Tredyffrin Easttown High School - Yearbook (Berwyn, PA)

 - Class of 1949

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Ollie Belle Coffman 4 1 1 n i - 1 13+ S , M ag onsors ess e To the class of 1949, a special hope that you will think that second thought, work that added hour, return for that third try and, by so doing, realize your ambitions and desires. It is my sincere hope that each one of you will choose wisely a vocation and a place in life that will bring you satisfaction and success. My best wishes to you for contentment and pride in whatever you pursue. May your future be filled with happiness and prosperity. HENRY C. PoTTs. Henry C. Potts Sponsor To the Clary of 1949: The time is at hand when a diploma will be pre- sented to each of you, the members of the Class of 1949. This diploma fulfills the hopes of your high school days and holds a promise for future years. N0 doubt you will look longingly upon your high school experiences, content with pleasant memories. To meet the new challenge which you now confront you will need all the faith, knowledge, and understanding you have developed in your high school classes. We hope that as you peer into the future you can see visions of happiness and that in the deeds which you will accomplish you will find the peace of mind and the satisfaction of work well done. Congratulations to you, the Class of 1949, at this commencement season. HOBSON C. WAGNER, Superintendent. vi efrfuision Tredyffrrn Easttown joint School Board To the Clam of 1949: Forty years ago, 1909, the lirst T-E class graduated from the first joint high school in Pennsylvania. Dur- ing the first decade the average size of the classes was nineteeng during the past ten years the average size has been one hundred twenty-five. These T-E graduates are now in business, pro- fessions, shops, offices, and homesg they are your parents. It is our sincere hope that you may have acquired the true spirit of T-E, that your learning here will be a real asset to you as citizens, workers, parents, and intelligent human beings with a will to do your part, to do it well, whatever the task may be. WALLACE S. BREY, Principal. and Administration EASTTOWN BOARD TREDYFFRIN BOARD Dr, Thomas G. Aiken William B. Brosius William S. Dillin Dr. Anthony Kelly Lawrence S, Roney W. C. Latch Dr. T. Spangler James G. Matthews Fridtjof Tobiesson Rhinewalt S. Platt Dr. D. Rosato Edward H. Tyson 7 ,ax Bertha Neiman Secretary Facult WAI.I.ACIE S. BREY, A.B., M.A. PRINCIPAL Ursinus College, University of Pennsylvania. IRENE BRUMBAUGH, B.A., M.A. ENGLISH juniata College, Penn State College, Dramatics Coach. OLLIE BELLE COIVFMAN, A.A., A.B. HISTORY Howard Payne College, Central College, Sophomore Class Sponsor, Assistant Adviser Assembly Committee. WII.I.IAM W. CROUSE, B.S., M.S. BIOLOGY East Stroudsburg State Teaclzers' College. Temple University, Golf Coach, Faculty Manager Boys' Athletics, Assistant Sponsor Sophomore Class. VIRGINIA M. DULIN, B.S. HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ursinus College, Coach-Girls' Ilockey, Basketball, Tennis. MARY LEI-IMAN DUNLAP, B.S., M.S. COMMERCIAL Philadelphia Business College, Temple University, Head of Commercial Department, Sponsor Finance Club, Accounting Adviser--"Athletic Association, Cafeteria, Student Council, Assistant Adviser Senior Class Accounting. STANLEY M. GRAY, B.S., M.A. MUSIC SUPERVISOR Carnegie Institute of Technology, Editor, Pennsylvania Music Educators' Association News journal, Director Visual Aids, Adviser Assembly Program Committee, Coach of Cheerleaders, Director of Band and Orchestra. ROBERT KEEHN, jR., A.B. HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ursinus College, Faculty Managcr Boys' Athletics, Assistant Football Coach, Varsity Baseball L. Coach. XM I x i Art and Music Commercial Subjects Ilome Economics English and Languages 8 Physical Education Practical Arts Science and Mathematics Social Studies Faculty Ccontinuedl CLARA HENRY MCELHANEY COMMERCIAL Philadelphia Business College, junior Red Cross Sponsor, Manager Girls' Athletics, Typing Adviser---Garnet and Gray, Eastfrin Echoes, Personal Use Typing. XVILLIAM MECHLIN, B.S., M.S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Xllfest Chester State Teachers' College, Temple University, Millersville State Teachers' College, Boys' General Shop Activity, Stagecraft, School Printing. , ERNEST HENRY MEYER, B.S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Geneva College, University of Pittsburgh, California State Teachers' College, Football Coach, XX'ood Shop Activity. XVILLIAM F. MONAHAN, B.S., M.S. ENGLISH, HISTORY Temple University, Press Club, Track Coach, junior Class Sponsor. WINIFRED M. NASH, A.B. MATHEMATICS Immaculata College, Assistant Sponsor junior Class. HAROLD S. OSWALD, B.S., M.A. SCIENCE Muhlenberg College, Lehigh University, Adviser Science Club, Bus Supervision. CARL M. PENNYPACKER, B.S., M.A. ART Kutztown State Teachers' College, Columbia University, Art Adviser Garnet and Gray, Assistant Football Coach jr. H. S., School Decorations. MILDRED M. PHILLIPS, A.B. LIBRARIAN Bucknell University, Adviser Library Club. HENRY C. POTTS, B.S., M.S. PRACTICAL ARTS University of Pennsylvania, Senior Class Sponsor, Senior Academic Guidance Adviser, Sponsor Aviation Club, Public Address System Announcer, Official Basket- ball Timekeeper. ETHEL F. RANDOLPH, B.S. MUSIC Combs Conservatory of Music, West Chester State Teachers' College, Director Mixed Chorus, Sophomore Chorus, Assembly Program Chairman jr. H. S. MADELEINE M. ROYER, A.B. ENGLISH Syracuse University, Editorial Adviser Garnet and Gray. -- ...Ns ttiqia Librarian Health Service Faculty lcontinuedl PATRICIA F. SHEAFFER, B.S. HOME ECONOMICS Indiana State Teachers' Collegeg Adviser Boys' Chef Club, Foods and Clothing Activity. BARBARA A. SHEPHERD, B. S. HOME ECONOMICS Drexel Institute of Technology, Sponsor junior High Student Council, Senior High Clothing and Foods Activity. EVA 'IUNE SMITH, B.A., M.A. SOCIAL STUDIES Ursinus College, Northwestern University, Adviser Eastfrin Echoes. ALGER C. XVHITCRAFT, B.S., M.S. COMMERCIAL Drexel Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, Sponsor Student Councilg Adviser School Bank, Candy Committeeg Attendance Director, Business Adviser Garnet and Gray. MARION D. WILSON, A.B., M.A. LATIN, FRENCH Wilson College, University of Pennsylvania. HEALTH SERVICE NORMAN M. MACFARLANE, A.B., M.D. SCHOOL PHYSICIAN University of Pennsylvania. CATHARINE M. LANG, R.N. SCHOOL NURSE The Western Pennsylvania Hospital of School Nursing, Pittsburghg University of Pennsylvania. oil, X 10 . To TfE When we were only sophomores And new to T-E's ways, We worked to do our very best ' In sports, in work, in play. A little timid first of all, We soon gained confidence, And took our places 'mongst new friends In T-E's halls, content. Two years flew by with memories dear, We sigh when we recall The football games, our Sophomore Hop The Junior-Senior Ball. It seems like only yesterday That we took part in these, But now with saddening hearts We know they're only memories. The Preparation Take thee a child with wide and earnest eyes- A child of six-and then instruct him thus: When he awakes, teach him to work and hopeg When he lies down, to rest with faith in God. Kindle his passion for eternal truth, Elusive in the maze of every day. Teach him to find and value things of worth, From babyhood until his spirit flees . . . When time draws near for him to leave his school, He wisely sees that all his former years Were but the preface to his larger life. As he goes out into the world of men, He will be sad, yet he will live aright: Pursuing truth, content in work and prayer. ALICE MOTLEY '49 Though now we are the seniors With unknown days ahead, We know that when we leave T-E We will be free from dread That comes from leaving classmates dear And making friends anew. We'll have the knowledge and, T-E, ,The courage gained from you. And now the parting hour has come, The challenging world we face. New students, eager with love for thee, Will come to take our place. Remember us, we're '49, The class that leaves you now. Our hearts with loyalty and love Will e'er to T-E bow. LOIS STEVENSON '49 Farewell, Seniors For everything you've done for us As we have journeyed on, We wish to thank you, forty-nineg We'll miss you when you've gone. We'll miss the pranks and capers gay That brought about your fame. Sadness will o'ertake our hearts, When each familiar name Is missing from the roll-call, and When halls no longer ring With the shouting, thumping noises You seniors always bring. And so we say, old friends of Ours, You'll never, never know How it hurts to say goodby when The forty-niners go. LUCY QUICI '51 Eli , I I 11 I iii.: v 1 f A an an-an wiv nv KA ,x,,.. 1. , 'S' .gr y ' ,ivy Ir A W Ovw' std , f 1 W, xi Q .- J "N, - Y U 'M ' gifs ' X 44, X 3 f - , I AW X xg -XJQL v M A ily - I fx ' - GN Rug i...f- ---i J' f ' Q7 X Nr! X K if I N j .X lj 1 k KX In sf' 'T ' - f' Z, " ,1 ' 11 t A xkx X X X f I SC? C, A K 6 X X H Q- .Eff 49 , Q-,V L. 9131'- :57, .:q.. .faq XX ff Xfyfii f W WW ELL' ..... Hafbdx is .fl Q. iff -riff, ? 6. A F QE A' Q 24:- six il PAUL ANTHONY AHN Practical Arts Berwyn Chef Club XII. Cool, efficient Paul is a popular office assistant because of his politeness and willing- ness to work. He enjoys pushing a broom and rooting at T-E football games. FRANCIS MICHAEL ALLEN Clerical Stratford Football X, XI, XII, Basketball XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative X, Homeroom Treasurer X5 Chef Club XI, XIIg Woodshop X, XI. Big, husky "Mickey" has an engaging grin, likes food and P. D. class. The girls admire his athletic ability. Cgarne Y' t DELORES TERESA AMARANTE Home Economics Devon Basketball XI, XII, Softball X, Hockey XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XIIQ Art XI, XIIQ General Shop X. "Terry" is our short, dependable goalie f"Aw, go give the other goalie some prac- tice!"J and a "hot shot" on the basketball court. She is often garbed in white shorts and a Bulldog shirt. KATIE MAE ANTHONY Clerical Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, Foods XII, Clothing X, XI, XII. Fun-loving Katie has a good time where- ever she goes. Dancing is her major interest, but she is also fond of eating and chuckling. , owl xzcfnfxfxf-'bf' , ,S A ,,,4 YA-' X S' o'.txjE,C,gL 'A LOUIS AQUILANTE Clerical Berwyn Monitor XI, XII, Garnet and Gray Xllg General Shop X, XI, XII, Candy Committee XII. Louis is our capable monitor captain. Since he's a willing worker, he seldom appears in our eighth period class. EMMA ROSE BALLARD Academic Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XIIQ Garnet and Gray XIIg Clothing XIIg Typing XII, Assembly Council XI. Cheerful, adaptable Emma can often be found with Evelyn, talking about last night. She likes animals, music, and public speaking. and Gia ANN MARIE BATTISTO Clerical BCIWYU Field Day Events X, XI, XIIL A. A. Representative. Xg Color Guard XII, Sopho- more Chorus Xg Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Banking XI, XII. Petite Ann makes a good color guard for T-E. Quiet and witty, she is fond of the "New Look" and servicemen. FLORENCE MARIE BERKEY Academic Paoli Field Day Events XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XIIg Art X, XI. "Flossie," one of our quietest girls, con- tributes much to the class by her friendly and understanding manner. We will remember herdinformative talks on baseball. M' ,trio W, r ,LIU O-19 Q3 Q-6-O"'C3 .,1,: C' O 3. Y A Q C3 igni-S 1 ju NAPOLEON BONAPARTE DONALD EARLE BROWN E53 ' Academic Devon Football XIQ Track XII, Field Day Events XII 5 Chef Club XII, Typing XI. "Nap" often thrills his classmates with morbid talks about his visits to the hospital. We like his hearty laugh and excellent speak- ing voiceg Napoleon will go far, particularly if he continues to drive in the center lane. JOLIENE VIRGINIA BRENNEMAN Home Economics Paoli Field Day Events X, XI, Dramatic Club XII, Red Cross Representative Xg Foods X, Xlg Clothing X, X13 Press Club XII, Soph- omore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, XII. When gales of laughter come from room one, you can be sure that "joy" is entertain- ing with son s, dances, or pantomime. Her gay smile and nonchalant attitude appeal to her classmastes. Academic Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Finance Club XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Chef Club XI, XII, Wood Shop XII, General Shop X, XI. "Duck" applies himself to objects of his own interests. Fond of vacations, he is often absent from our midst, but appreciates a good joke at any time. SARAH CLARETTA BROWN Home Economic Malvern Field Day Events XI, Student Council XI, XII, Garnet and Gray Xllg Homeroom Secretary X, XI, Press Club XIIg Art X, Banking XI, XII. Cheerful Sara is often selling somethingg she spends much time at the bank. Her foot- ball poems are unforgettable. RAYMOND RUSSELL BUCKWALTER Practical Arts Berwyn Football XI, Track X, Field Day Events XI, Orchestra X, XI, Band X, XI, Wood- shop XII, Stagecraft XII. "Bucky" has a generous nature and a loud, hearty laugh. I-Ie is fond of all sports and is particularly proficient on ice skates. PHILIP GRETHER BUEHLER Academic Devon Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Monitor XI, XII, A. A. Representative XI, Library Assistant X, XI, XII, Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Boys' Chorus X, XI. . "Prof Baylor," besides being intellectual and musical, cracks 'okes that must be heard to be appreciated flully. Fortunately, he is gifted with a penetrating whisper. Phili sure to be a success. Qarn JAMES SI-IEA BURNS Clerical - Paoli Golf X, XI, XII, Field Day Events XII, Aviation Club XII, Chef Club XI, Wood- shop XII, Mechanical Drawing XII, General Shop X, XI, Football X, XI, XII fManagerJ. jimmy is the original "shy guy." Maybe that's why he dislikes dancing. jim is tall, polite, good-natured, and athletic. WILLIAM PATRICK CALLAHAN Academic Paoli Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Monitor XI, XII, East- frin Echoes XII, Garnet and Gray XII, A. A. Representative XII, Homeroom Treasurer XII, Science Club XI, Press Club XI, Typing XI, Stagecraft Club XI, XII, Safety Council XI, Boys' Chorus XI. Well-known for his work on committees, Bill is also a noble "Son of Caruso." "Laugh- ing Boy's" jokes and clever impersonations enliven all our classes. QV' XLR 42. ...M 2035! CM RALPH DOMINIC CAPORAL Practical Arts ' , Berwyn Football XI, Track XI, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band XII, Mixed Chorus X, XI, XII, Boys' Chorus X, XI, XII. Curley-haired Ralph is the leader of the famed "Five Sharps." We enjoy his accordion and his sense of humor. MARIE TI-IERESA CAPRIOLA Home Economics Stralford Basketball XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XII fSecretaryl, Art XII, Mixed Chorus XI, Sophomore Chorus X. Serious Marie finishes a job once begun. She likes to sew and joke in home economics class. and GTG , 9" - .ug vxaw-.54-gn ROBERT LEE CARTER Clerical Strafford Track XI, Field Day Events X, Chef Club XII, Wood Shop X, Safety Council XI. "Bob" is popular with his classmates and is outstanding because of his athletic powers, good sportsmanship, and artistic ability. ELIZABETH ELLEN CASSON Clerical Sugartown Basketball X, XII, Softball X, Field Day Events X, XI, Drum Maiorette X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Stu- ident XI, Typing XI, Mixed Chorus XI, Art XI. "Bettie," a talented drum maiorette, is neat, humorous, and likeable. She is extremely floncic of Model A's and enjoys riding horse- ac El!! A A Iildlil I I I V - I W I dh dh-Ah Wlilw. JOHN PATRICK CLARK Clerical Daylesford Football X, XI, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, Track X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative X, Homeroom President X, Chef Club XI, XII, Mechanical Drawing X, XI, XII. Tall, dark "jake" likes sports and his "hot rod." You can see him anytime in the hall with his favorite blonde. MAY GEORGENA CONLEY Academic Devon Field Day Events XI, XII, Garner and Gray XII, Library Assistant XII, Typing XI. May is quiet, except when she's dashing around after yearbook pictures or worrying about a French test. She is tall and pleasant and enjoys writing lengthy letters. S swf: 1. .Ls- qfkvs Q 46" EDWARD BERNARD CORRIGAN Clerical Berwyn Field Day Events XI, XII, Chef Club XII. "Ed" is engaging and business-like, he's fond of fishing and driving. Ed's sweet- smelling hair tonic lures the girls to him in droves. JOHN FOREMAN COX Academic Malvern Basketball X, XI, XII fManagerj, Base- ball XI, XII fManagerj, Tennis XII, Drama- tic Club XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Monitor XI, XII, Student Council XI, XII, Red Cross Representative XI, Class President X, XI, XII, Homeroom Vice-Pres- ident XI, Typing XI, Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Boys' Chorus XI. Our class president for three years, "Jack" has won our admiration. His pleasant man- ner, hard work, leadership have made him a success in school and will take him far. M' Secretarial Malvern MW' DOROTHY MAME CUNNINGHAM V Softball Xg Field Day Events X, X15 Clothing X, XI, XII. Good humored "Dot" can almost always be found talking with I-Iazel. She is sweet, reserved, and well-dressed, Dot will make an efficient housewife. MYRTLE ADEL DANNAKER Clerical Stratford Softball Xg Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XII 3 Art X, XI, XII. Slim, graceful "Myrt" likes good music and poetry. She is a good companion and en- joys her job at the soda fountain. Gain l- FLORENCE ELIZABETH DiANTONIO Secretarial Daylesford Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII, Foods X, XI, Clothing X, XI, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, XII. Florence is quiet and reserved and cap- able. She enjoys amusing stories and holidays. Her long auburn hair is her oustanding feature. LENA RITA D'ANTONIO Home Economics Paoli Basketball XII, Field Day Events X, XI, Press Club XII, Art X, XI. Happy-go-lucky, well-dressed Lena is a favorite with her crowd. She likes dancing, eating, and sewing. JOAN FOX DeLONG Academic Strafford Basketball Xg Hockey X, Xl, Xllg Ten- nif. Xlg Field Day Events X, XI, Xllg Dramatic Club XII, Student Council X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative XII, Library Assistant XI, I-Iomeroom President XII, Clothing X, Xl, Press Club XII, Typing XI, Art X. "Where's that fullback?" It is hard to tell, for Joan is a roving hockey player. Her inimitable giggle, trim Hgure, and often-cut hair are distinguishing. NICHOLAS DiBIASE Academic Berwyn Basketball X, XI,. XIIQ Track XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XIIQ Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band'X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Chef Club XI. Merry, mischievous "Nick" has the "best" speaking voice in the school. You can hear him anfywhere, any time. None of "de gang" will orget his amazing and hilarious escapades. 615 O' Q A and Qfra ANGELINE THERESA DiDOMENICO Home Economics Devon Aviation Club XI, XII, Art XI, XII. Gregarious "Angie" loves to talk and is usually well supplied with gum. She enpoys music, dancingg and soda jerking. LENA MARY DiPAOLANTONIO Home Economics Paoli Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Press Club XII, Sophomore Chorus X3 Mixed Chorus XI, XII. Short, dark Lena, a prospective bride, is popular and pleasing. An ardent member of the chorus, she is also fond of eating and dancing. CA. IC I vc, QA., kfx,4,fCfyA4.AJ ALICE LUCINDA DOWNING Secretarial Paoli Field Day, Events X, XI, XII, Cheer Leader XIIg Finance Club XI, XIIg Drama- tics Club XI, Library Assistant XII, Class Treasurer XII, Homeroom Treasurer XI, Homeroom Secretary XIIQ Foods X5 Cloth- ing Xg Art X, XIQ Woodshop XI. Peppy little "Al" has an engaging giggle and lively brown eyes. She likes parties, long telephone conversations, and a back seat in English class. JOAN ADELE DOWNS Clerical Berwyn Finance Club X, XI, Class Treasurer X, XI, Clothing X. joan is noted for her ambition, pleasant manners, and good sense She has a merry laugh and enjoys singing. Qc-J""l I CHARLES PHILIP DUNWOODY W , X Clerical Berwyn Field Day Events X, XI, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XIIg Garnet and Gray XIIQ Chef Club XI. Good-looking "Buddy" is famous for his late entrances. Fond of making ham- burgers, he likes women and winter sports. NANCY DORIS DURANTE Academic Paoli Basketball X, XI, XII lManagerjg Base- ball Xg Tennis XI, Field Day Events X, XI, XII 3 Dramatic Club XII, Red Cross Repre- sentative Xg Library Assistant X, XI, XII, Typing Xlg Art XII, Woodshop XIg Sopho- more Chorus Xg Mixed Chorus XI, XIIQ Ways and Means Committee XII. Whoever heard of a party without Nancy? Versatile and full of fun, she likes new hair do's and vacationing on Mondays. S cbtt-40" MARGARET ETHEL EASON Academic Malvern Basketball X, XII, Tennis XI, Hockey X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Cheer Leader XII, Executive Ways and Means Committee XII, Garnet and Gray XII, A. A. Representative XI, Library Assistant XII, ggods XI, Clothing XI, Art XI, Woodshop I. Vivacious "Marg" supplies most of the humor in our English classes. She eats her handbook and other people's lunches between periods. We will remember her cheerleading, her engaging personality, and her service to the class. HAZEL ROBERTA EATTOCK Secretarial Malvern Softball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XII, A. A. Representa- tive XI, Library Assistant XII, Clothing X, Safety Council XI. "Haze," our hardworking co-editor, is one of the best-dressed girls in the class. Notorious -because of her fiendish pranks, she enjoys gym class and playing the piano. A Qarne Y CLIFFORD HILEMAN EVENS, IR. Clerical Paoli Football X, XI, XII, Track X, Field Day Events XI, XII, Chef Club XI. Likeable "Cliff" is always ready for a good joke-especially on someone else. Often late for class, the Old Homestead often lures him away altogether. EDWIN MILO EVENS Clerical Paoli Football X, XI, XII, Golf X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Eastfrin Echoes XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Home- room Vice-President X, XII, Chef Club XI, XII, Woodshop XII, Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Boys' Chorus X, XI, XII. "Ponzo," who constitutes a large art of the class, is a teasing fellow whose favorite period begins at 12:40. He is a very able football manager and likes his pipe. 20 ,...-.1- J r MARY ELDA FAGGIOLI - Secretarial Devon Basketball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative X, Foods XI, XII, Clothing XI, XII, Woodshop XI, Mixed Chorus XI, XII,Sophomore Chorus X. Mary has a pleasing and attractive smile. She likes eating and cheering for her favorite football team, we like her pretty dark hair. ARLINE ISABEL F AVINGER Clerical Devault Field Day Events XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Eastfrin Echoes XII, Red Cross Representative X, Library Assistant XII, Clothing X, XI, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, XII. Arline has the ability to make and keep friends. Blonde and blue-eyed, she enjoys dancing and skating. D P and Cyra l . wvsma VIRGINIA MAY FORD Clerical Paoli Tennis X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Cheerleader XI, XII, Aviation Club X, Stu- dent Council XI, XII, Clothing X, Art X, if Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, ."Ginnie" is an outstanding cheerleader and a basketball "gunner," Fond of sports and dancing, she is one of the yvits of room two. THOMAS ASHTON FOSNOCHT Academic Malvern Basketball X, XI, Golf X, XI, XII, nd X, XI, XII, Monitor XI, XII, Student ouncil X, XII fPresidentD , A. A. Represent- ative XII, Class Vice-President XI, Home- room President XI, Assembly Council XII, Safety Council XI, Tophatters XI. "Tom," the esteemed president of student .Edd Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra XI, I ,,.' wan n uuj Q. 6165: Q r.tf4,m if ..- 1 ,,.,..- K. Z 1:11 ZLL? WILLIAM FRANCIS Practical Arts Malvern Aviation Clu-b XII, Metal Shop XI. "Willie" is a silent chap who plays the piano and likes to act tough. He is usually busy with his homework before school, trying to beat the bell. EDITH MARY FRANK Home Economics Valley Forge Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Library Assistant XI, Typing X13 Art X, XII? Cafe' teria X, XI, XII. Understanding brown eyes and short, wavy hair distinguish .Edith. She enjoys dancing and mingling with the crowd. council, is adept with a golf club and keeps telling us all about his job at Rado's Tall, goodlooking Tom charms the girls with his smiles, but blinds them with his ties. iffy WILLIAM GRAHAM FRANK, JR. Practical Arts Valley Forge Monitor XI, XII, General Shop XII. "Bill" is a quiet, pleasant boy who is well liked. He enjoys playing hillbilly music on his Hawaiian steel guitar. BARBARA ANNE GALLAGHER Secretarial Sugartown Field Day Events X, XI, XII , Cheer Leader XII, Finance Club XI, XII, Dramatic Club XI, XII g Ways and Means Committee XII, Library Assistant XI, XII, Homeroom Secretary XI, Foods X, Clothing X, Art XI, Woodshop XI. Jolly, Carefree "Banb" spends much time in that famed black Plymouth. Her giggle, pep, school spirit, and sweet smile endear her to us all. aff I 1 . 'ily ARNOLD WHITNEY GOETCH1 US Academic Devon Basketball X, XI, Field Day Events X, Executive Ways and Means Committee XII, Monitor XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Safety Council XI, Mechanical Drawing X, Xl. "Goat" is a tall, dark playboy with a large laugh. We'll remember his photographs and work on the Ways and Means Committee. He's fond of girls, shiny cars, girls, "Luci-ries," and girls. ELLEN LOUISE GOODING Academic - Malvern Softball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Clothing X, Typ- ing XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chonxs XI. Ellen, quiet humorous, and dependable, is one of our East Whiteland friends. Besides being a budding actress, she plays the piano l Garnet 7 NEIL OWEN Secretarial Berwyn Track X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, Woodshop X, Stagecraft Club XII, General Shop X, XI, XII. "Neigle" and his friend "Zee" have a language all their own. Neil is usually seen s ceding around the track or disappearing dlbwn the highway in a cloud of dust. BARBARA HARGREAVES Academic Malvern Basketball X, XI, XII, Tennis X, XI, XII, Hockey X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Red Cross Representative X, XI, Library Assistant XI, Class Secretary X, XI, XII, Homeroom President X, XI, Foods X, Clothing X, XI, XII, Press Club XI, XII, Typing XI, Art X, Ways and Means Committee XII, Softball X. "Barb" will be remembered fondly by the many friends she has won at T-E. Lovely, athletic, and intelligent, she is always willing to be of service to others. 'Y 22 VIOLET RUTH HERTZFELD Home Economics Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, Library Assis- tant XII, Press Club XII, Typing XI, Art X, Ways and Means Committee XII. "Vi" spends lots of time eating and talk- ing to Sara on the East Whiteland bus. She is neat, punctual, and very dependable. CHARLES HOBSON Practical Arts Devon Transferred to Radnor High School, November 1948. and Gran MARY DOROTHY HOEHLER Academic StraEord Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, Dramatic Club XI, Red Cross Representative XI, XII, Library Assistant XI, Typing XII, Sophomore Chorus XI, Mixed Chorus XII, Ways and Means Committee XII. Mary's sincerity and helpfulness have won her the respect of all her classmates. She is thoughtful, conscientious, and .such a good driver. JEAN DORIS HOFFMAN Secretarial Berwyn Field Day Events X, XI, XII , Garnet and Gray XII, Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII, Homeroom President XI, Homeroom Sec- retary XII, Foods XI, Clothing XI, Sopho- more Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, XII. Jean will make someone a capable, efH- cient secretary. Fair haired and attractive, she likes eating, sleeping, and wearing jewelry. 1 ui . - X fl 25X K- 5 . , X 4 N GEORGE ALLEN HOOPER Academic Malvern Field Day Events XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Executive Ways and Means Com- mittee XII, Student Council XI, XII, Home- room President XII. Quiet, reserved George possesses quite a sense of humor. He is tall, slim, and excels in subjects requiring deep thought. MILTON GEORGE HOOVER Clerical Paoli Basketball X, Golf XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, Aviation Club XI, XII, Gar- net and Gray XII, Chef Club XI, Woodshop X. "Milt" is shy and deliberate, with a ready laugh. He spends much of his time either at some sport or building his model railroad ll CAROLL LESLIE HUGHES, JR. Paoli Football X, XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Eastfrin Echoes XI, Class Vice- President XII, Chef Club XI. "Les" is a cut-up during homeroom periods. Tall, athletic, and popular, he often journeys to good old Sugartown. DAVID JOSEPH KAYE Clerical Malvern Finance Club XI, XII, Homeroom Vice- President X, Chef Club XI, XII, Wood- shop X. "Dave," a handsome ladies' man, worries about very few things. His slow grin and pleasing personality help him to make friends. WM' -la-lr' 23' BARBARA JEAN KEITHLEY Clerical Paoli Basketball X, Softball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Com- mittee XII, Foods X, XI, XII, Clothing X, XI, XII, Art X, XI. "Barb"-pretty, shy, and pleasant-likes sports and dancing. Her sincerity and laugh- ing eyes make her outstanding. AMY LOUISE KESSLER Academic Frazer Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative XI, XII, Homeroom Secretary X, XI, Assembly Council XI, XII. Amy is one of the neatest persons we know and she can certainly play the clarinet! Amy's smile and endless questions are well- known in 12-A. Cjarn ROBERT ALLEN KLIEWER Academic Malvern Basketball XII, Field Day Events XI, XII, Orchestra XII, Band XI, XII, Mixed Chorus XII, Boys' Chorus XII. "Bob" is a tall, dark trumpeter who possesses the biggest feet in T-E. He has gay , 'mes making odd, whistling noises in P. D. nd is an outstanding basketball player. J ANITA MAE LAMBERT S. X xv x ,, XIX I 'gig N ecretarial Berwyn Field Day Events X, Eastfrin Echoes XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Library Assistant X, XI, Foods X, XI, Clothing X, XI, Art X, XI. Anita likes books, drawing, music, and animals. She plays the iano and enjoys baby- sitting, her innocent face hides a love for mischief. er' ' EUGENE CUSTER LANG, JR. Academic Berwyn Field Day Events XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Cheer Leader XII, A. A. Representative X, XI, Homeroom Vice- President XII, Homeroom Treasurer X, XI, Safety Council XI, Mixed Chorus XII, Top- hatters X, XI, Mechanical Drawing X, XI, Track X, XII QManagerJ. "Gene" is one of our class funmakers. His ability to sing like Vaughn and play the saxophone make him the life of any party. Good-looking and well-dressed, "Gene" makes a hit with the gals, too. BEATRICE LLEDO Clerical Berwyn Basketball X, Softball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Clothing X, XI, Art X, XI, XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Attractive "Bebe" is always cheerful and laughing at some joke. She enjoys dancing and cracking gum. Her dark, wavy hair is one of her outstanding features. .. vi.-V and Gra fa? "gg: IWIM I I lil I I v I ' ,M ,A dh dh-Ah mirlw PETER MARINO Practical Arts Paoli Aviation Club XI, XII, General Shop X. "Pete" is a little shy for so he saysj. He likes tailoring and shop, but he does not en- 'oy ' ook work." ml WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN, JR. Clerical Berwyn Football X, XI, XIIQ Basketball X, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XIIg Finance Club X, XI, XII, Banking X, XI, XII. Eli is an able football player with a ready smile for the girls. Ordinarily neat, he is liberally decorated with patches after a tough game. - -q .rw-.swwfvg'e:vrrr. ' EDWARD JOSEPH LOCKWOOD Academic Berwyn Football X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XII, Band X, XIQ Monitor XI, XIIg Garnet and Gray XII, Press Club XII, Typ- ing Xlg Boys' Chorus XI, XII. How "Lockie" can live after all those gooey concoctions at Paxton's, we'll never know. He is a great speller, scenery-watcher at the shore, a late sleeper, and a very per- sonable monitor. FLORENCE MARIE LYNN Clerical Strafford Basketball X, XII, Softball X3 Finance Club X, XI, XII. Florence, one of our magazine supersales- women, enjoys playing basketball and dating Bernie. She can be found in that Plymouth, "eating up" the highway. Academic Paoli Football X fManagerJg Track X fMan- agerjg Field Day Events X, XII, Chef Club XII, Printing X. XI, XII. "Mike" likes to watch the antics of the gang, and often he is more than a mere spectator. He has wavy hair and a steady hand at the wheel. CHARLES PAUL MORELLI Practical Arts Malvern Field Day Events XI, XII, Chef Club XII, General Shop X, XII. Shy and quiet at times, "Charlie" enjoys himself tremendously outside of school. With- in walls, he likes shop work and mechanical drawing. ow MICHAEL GEORGE MIHALO 'Pt ,ijt ,tr HELEN ALICE MOTLEY Academic Berwyn Basketball X13 Softball Xg Hockey X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XIIQ Eastfrin Echoes Xl, Xllg Garnet and Gray Xllg Library Assistant X, XII 3 Homeroom President X5 Foods X, Xlg Clothing X, X15 Art XI. "Drop around sometime and see my col- lection of overdue book slips," says Alice. She is recognized by her subtle wit, argumenta- tion, ski-jump nose, and blonde page-boy. RICHARD HERBERT MYERS Academic Berwyn Field Day Events XIQ Orchestra X, XI, Xllg Band X15 Science Club X3 Typing Xlg Stagecraft Club X113 Color Guard XI, Ways and Means Committee XII, Boys' Chorus X3 Tophatters X, XI, XII. "Dick's" jokes will kill you! Outstanding are his lurid ties, his rank but treasured pipe, and his whizzer bike. But can he play the bass? just ask him. EDITH LORETTA NATALE Secretarial Berwyn Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Foods XI, XII3 Clothing XI, XIIg Woodshop Xlg Sophomore Chorus Xg Mixed Chorus XI, XII. Gay "Eadie" has a smile for everyone. She and Mary have long "gala sessions" about that handsome football player. MICHAEL ANTHONY NORCINI Practical Arts Devon Field Day Events XI, XII, Chef Club XII 5 General Shop X, XI. "Mike" enjoys study hall. There are so many people to talk with there. He dresses neatly and enjoys driving very slowly. Qarn ff, za we KJk,1!s.JxA.A.Ax NICHOLAS PAUL NORCINI Practical Arts Devon Football Xg Field Day Events X, XI, xug Printing X, XI, XII, "Nick" is a lover of fun, football and dancing. His grin and sense of humor help him to win friends. STELLA MAGDELINE PALMA Academic Devon Basketball XI, XIIQ Tennis X, XI, XII fManagerJg Hockey XI, XIIg Field Day Events X, XI, XII 3 Orchestra X, X13 Dra- matic Club XII, Eastfrin Echoes XI, Xllg A. A. Representative XII, Art XII g Sophomore Chorus Xg Mixed Chorus XI, XII. "Stell" is that talkative member of our class who always has an amusing story to tell. She is sympathetic and understanding. Elf ,wil SQZZLL and Qfra WILLIAM SHANK PATTON Clerical Paoli Football XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XI, XII, Chef Club XI, Woodshop XI, General Shop x1,X11. "Deacon" Patton entertains his cronies in room two every morning. Bill is tall and athletic, his carefree manner and winning smile intrigue the girls. CHARLES SAMUEL PENNYPACKER Clerical Malvern Football X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events XI, XII, Woodshop X, XI, XII, General Shop X, XI, XII. Good-lookin , flirtatious "Chuck" excels in football, baseiall and getting along with people. .11-1 'flu' ANN SHIRLEY PFITZENMEYER Clerical Downingtown Field Day Events X, Cafeteria Cashier XI, XII, Library Assistant X, XI, XII, Art X, XII. Ann greets everyone with- a cheery grin. She enjoys letterwriting, music, and dancing. ROSE HELEN PICCOLI Secretarial Devon Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Cheer Leader X, XI, XII, Finance Club XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Eastfrin Echoes XI, Student Council XI, XII, A. A. Treasurer XII, Homeroom Secretary X, XI, XII, Sophomore Chorus X. "Rosie's" sweet disposition and winning smile, combined with her efliciency, recom- mend her as a successful secretary. She well deserves to be captain of the cheerleaders be- cause of her pep and school spirit. ROBERT POLLARD Berwyn Football X, XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Track XI, Field Day Events X, XI, Woodshop X, XI. "Bob" is outstanding as a hard-hitting fullback, basketball center, and dependable third baseman. Prompt friendly, and courteous, he is liked by all his classmates. MARY ANTONETTE PORRECA Secretarial Devon Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Executive Ways and Means Committee XII, Garnet and Gray XII, A. A. Representative X, Home- room Secretary XI, Clothing XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Mary possesses great stenographic ability and a lovely smile. She is popular, and sure to be a success in the business world. DOROTHY ELIZABETH RAMBO Secretarial Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Eastfrin Echoes XII, Red Cross Representative XII, Foods XI, xii, Clothing XI, Xu. "Dot" loves to talk, drive, and go to husking bees. She enjoys bookkeeping and a good time. ANNA MARIE RECCHI Academic Strafford Basketball X, XI, XII, Softball X, Ten- nis X, XI, XII, Hockey X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Eastfrin Echoes XI, XII, Library Assistant XI, XII, Foods X, XI, Clothing X, XI, XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, Ways and Means XII. We Can always locate Anna by her hearty laugh and crackling gum. Formerly one of Latin III's "Big Six," she knits argyles and sews in her spare time. MARJORIE ANN RISSER Secretarial Paoli Field Day Events X, Ways and Means Committee XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Sopho- more Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. "Marge" is tall, dark, and co-operative, she eagerly awaits the mailman and likes to eat and cheer at football games. HENRY EDWARD ROST Practical Arts Malvern Monitor XI, XII, Woodshop XII, Stagecraft Club XII, General Shop. From what we've heard, "Rosty" detests math and carrots. He has a fondness, how- ever, for mechanical drawing and the bench on the landing. Qarne 'v Q-" + .u f 1'l 'I ' .,.,4'q:... hw' - A'- ,. 1.-,W Q ,qt-.5 f, ,hs 54 .3. .1 A. .1 .e .,- ... ...- .., ,- v 1' i.-f' MARY HELEN RUPPELLI Secretarial Berwyn Basketball X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Cheer Leader XII, Finance Club XI, XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Mary, one of our able cheerleaders, is a sweet, attractive brunette. She likes coconut pies and dancing. GERALDINE KATHLEEN SALEMA Academic Devon Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XI, XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Library Assistant XII, Foods XI, Clothing XI, XII, Stagecraft Club XI. "Jerry" has pretty black hair and soft understanding eyes. She is responsible for much of the yearbook art work and will be, without doubt, a success as a ballerina and actress. af' jsd-fi . and Graz A . ...Af , ' ' DOLORES ANN SEEDS Secretarial Paoli Basketball X, XI, XII, Softball X, Ten- nis XII, Hockey XI fManagerj, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Drum Majorette XI, XII, Aviation Club X, Garnet and Gray XII, Art XI, XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Who is that tall, blonde majorette strutting at the head of the band? Why, it's Dolores, of course! She is fond of the name Bob and that '57 Ford. ALICE LILLIAN SNYDER Secretarial Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club X, Ways and Means Committee XII, Foods XII, Clothing XII, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Alice is quiet and reserved. She is well- dressed and likes to look out the hall window during lunch periods. Her chief interests are reading and eating. : I in ani' -1 JAMES SAMUEL SPEERS Academic I Devon Track XI, XII fManagerj, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Commit- tee XII, Monitor XI, XII, Press Club XI, Typing XI, Assembly Council XII, Color Guard X, Boys' Chorus XI, XII, Tophatters X. Sam blows kisses to all his friends in French class and chortles at Dick's jokes. He never misses talking to a pretty girl when he's on monitor duty outside room one. VIRGINIA MAE STACKHOUSE Home Economic Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XII, A. A. Representative XII, Press Club XII, Sopho- more Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Cafeteria XII. "Ginny" loves to dance and is always ready for a good time. She's the only one of our girls who admits her desire to get married. it-W ALDEN GILBERT STANFORD Academic Uwchland Track XI, XII fManagerJ, Science Club X, Press Club XII, Typing XI, Gen- eral Shop X, XI, XII. "Al" intends to become a chemist. He is a prominent member of the gang and gets a big kick out of their unpredictable actions. RALPH FRANCIS STANGO, JR. Clerical Devon Football X, XI, XII, Basketball X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, Woodshop XII, Banking X, XI, XII. Ralph is sociable and athletic. He is noted for his wavy hair, white sweater, cord- uroy jacket and is a favorite with the girls. ,iw Ky , .bl WILLIAM STANLEY STETSON Clerical Devon Art XI, Woodshop XII, Stagecraft Club XI, XII. "Bill", a tall, lanky lad, is generally found at Devon Sunoco. I-Ie likes "souped up" cars, Hashy clothes and pretty girls. LOIS RHOADS STEVENSON Academic Malvern Basketball X, XI, XII, Tennis X, XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Drama- tic Club XII, Eastfrin Echoes XI, Student Council X, Garnet and Gray XII, Home- room Vice-President XI, Clothing X, Press Club XI, Art XII, Assembly Council XI, Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI, Ways and Means Committee XII. "Loie's" talents are many, Co-editor of the yearbook, she has capably managed the editorial staff and contributed to the art work. She excels in math and basketball and is sweet and cooperative. Q a T n ,,l.,,M EI if til st' I V 'lf ' iy it A , g Q V 0 X xl, DRUCI LLA JOYCE STONE Clerical Edgemont Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Garnet and Gray XII, Library Assistant X, XII, Foods X, XII, Clothing X, XII, Art X, XI. Busy "Joy" is always trying to talk us into buying something, She contributes much to the class by her poems and songs. NATHAN FRANK TERRY Practical Arts Wayne Aviation Club XII. Nathan enioys raising chickens and farming. He also likes baseball and carrots. JAMES WOODBURY THOMAS Academic Berwyn Basketball X, Track X, XI, XII fCo- Captainj, Field Day Events XI, XII, Or- chestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, A. A. Representative XI, Mechanical Drawing X, XI, XII. "jim" loves to make grotesque faces in class to terrify Stell. He never gets home by midnight when he and Nick visit the girls. LIDA LARRIMORE THOMAS Academic Stratford Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Dramatic Club X, XI, XII, Red Cross Representative XI, Assembly Council XI, Stagecraft Club XI, Ways and Means Committee XII. "Larry" is outstanding because of her boundless energy, originality, conversation and ability to raise money and Cain. She's always clothed in the latest stvTes.'Her career is dancing. Good luck, Ls ry!" lvl li W and Qra .lf tl als. E aol' Kfosls HARRY THORNBURY Clerical Berwyn Football X, XI, Class Vice-President X, Homeroom Treasurer XII, Art XI, Woodshop XII, Stagecraft Club XI, XII, General Shop X, XI. XII. Harry, our tall carefree "Romeo," likes blondes, food, and his Model A. We enjoy hearing him play the trombone and laugh in his inimitable manner. ROY LAMONT TROUT Clerical Berwyn Ways and Means Committee XII, Candy Committee XII. Dependable "Skip" is usually found adding his "take" at the candy counter. He exhibits his dancing ability on Saturday nights in West Chester. WILLIAM REYNIER TYSON Academic Stratford Football X, XI, XII, Baseball XII, Track X, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band XI, Dramatic Club XII, Monitor XI, XII, Homeroom President X, Press Club XI, Typing XI, Mixed Chorus XII, Boys' Chorus XI, XII, Tophatters XI. ' "Tex" habitually smokes straws outside room four on monitor duty. He is a speed- way driver, a good speaker, and a loyal mem- ber of "De Ole Gang." O LUCY ANN VITO Secretarial Devon Field Day Events XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XII, Student Council X, Homeroom Vice-President XI , Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus XI. Lucy is exceptional. She does not in- dulge in catty gossip. She is a good student, has a roguish smile, and likes to walk bare- oot. 31 ERNEST BLAINE WATERS Academic Devon Orchestra X, XI, XII, Band X, XI, XII, Library Assistant X, XI, Homeroom Vice- President XII, Mixed Chorus X, XI, XII, Boys' Chorus X, XI, XII, Tophatters X, XI. Blaine and his trumpet are well known around T. E. When some prank is afoot, or the boys "are plotting," "Ernie" is never far away. CLARENCE JAMES WELDON Practical Arts Berwyn Football XI, XII, Track X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XII fPresidentj, Library Assis- tant XII, Mixed Chorus XI, XII, Boys' Chorus X, XI, XII. Tall, dignified Clarence likes to write poetry and consume gooey "specials" at Pax- ton's. He is athletic and a valuable member of the chorus. L l ,walk w1'U"' 2 Del P, dl ff? ARLENE MARJORIE WHISLER Home Economics Malvern Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XIIQ Typing XII3 Art XIIQ Sophomore Chorus X, Mixed Chorus Xlg Cafeteria XI, XII. Arlene is fond of square dancing and the 5:30 bell. She dislikes speaking in English class, but we like her anyway. ALICE THERESA WHITELOCK Secretarial Malvern Field Day Events X, Ways and Means Committee XII, Sophomore Chorus X5 Mixed Chorus X, XI. "Service with a smile," says "AL" She is always busy, likes Oldsmobiles, and has short curly hair. JACKSON ANDERSON Academic Paoli Orchestra X, Xlg Student Council XI, XIIQ Stagecraft Club XI, XII. Good-looking "Andy" does a fine job on the student council and as a T-E cheerleader. He is noted for his backseat orations in P. D. class and his good, slow driving. Football X5 Basketball XIQ Cheerleader XIIg YERKES WILSON Practical Arts Malvern Football X, XI, XIIQ Baseball X, XI, XII, Aviation Club XI. "Yerk" doesn't say much, but he's a man of action on the football field and baseball diamond. He is a practical joker-beware! Garn and Ora Y EVELYN DELORES WRIGHT Academic Malvern Hockey XI, XII, Field Day Events X, XI, XII, Ways and Means Committee XIIQ Library Assistant XIIg Clothing XIIg Typing XI, Assembly Council XI. "Ev" is witty and amiable, she entertains us with little jokes at tedious moments. She is well-dressed, athletic, and oh, so talkative. LEONARD ARTHUR ZONETTI Clerical Berwyn Football X, XI, XII, Baseball X, XI, XII: Field Day Events X, XI, XIIg Ways and Means Committee XIIQ Homeroom Presi- dent XI, XIIQ Art Xlg Woodshop XI, XII. Leonard keeps a cautious eye on the local speed limits. He is friendly, athletic, and pop- ular with all his classmates. ,fi X t ,ri EXECUTIVE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE CIIMT CLASS SONG HONOR ROLL CLASS HISTORY CLASS WILL THE GOLD MINE RETROSPECT SENIOR DAZE ALL ABOUT US UN DERCLASSES CLASSES AT XWORK 33 Class Song of 1949 :... 2- J J J -' .P J J. J J IJ """' F F l'. ' P r P' 1".,'P'.ffE. n?:6lxji-.LC man-qu w-M1 lu.. U... dl ...A E, and-'L sig-I-+-L+. ...r ,f:s:. FFL fr ? f ,-if - . -A - J- J ' : Y - ' J J J If-ISYS wil . . .Z +I., +0 'X-hcl. out col dggnilld- cm- Lu-,F QQ +L +L . .M 4 ha. is .1 .1 I' ' f 5? : ' f' - fb 9 . Z J ,J J. 5 PIL- dsys will Sam, P Our- 9:-442, gfsnnfnd -Cesig Cham-gon gui- gall al J 'N f' , L . l -im+hmw-ldg ga' ed ta ' AL Y D. - P '? .MQ Q N ' -414 ' 4 - J E -F - I - : :E I" - f f 7' : H E' H - .. ., n , ' wfgzrf- -me-E-Q dw .n.:. 8- dm 'wg - Q... Al -1. Y 3 .Q ri-Vf gfd I f ': .LJJ n 'Ii- I- I:: .- 5. M-+ our henzisin cds, 11: if: P +-uie Su: -im-I . 5. '- F -'F' 3 T - r A.-:' -: - 'A 3 l-lono'rRoll Pk 41 if CLASS OF 191i9 Philip Grether Buehler Barbara Hargreaves jean Doris Hoffman Amy Louise Kessler Rose Helen Piccoli Lois Rhoads Stevenson Lida Larrimore Thomas CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .... J ohn Cox Vice President .... .... L eslie Hughes Secretary . . . ..... Barbara Hargreaves Treasurer .. . ..... Alice Downing CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO Navy Blue and Gold Trust Effort Hope Success lg ,L dl . e V 1 if T s A 9 35 g , -' l i llvi v 4 ' fffg K- 1 1 7 S 1 1 1 .qv 175' VL", 'J I lk L i-Pj' 4 Class Histor In the fall of 1946 we entered senior high school as sophomores, a little timid, but eagerly anticipating the new experiences we were to have in the days ahead. During the first semester we adjusted ourselves to the new routine. Our first class meeting made us proud to be an organized class of the school. We wrote our class constitution and elected john Cox, president, Harry Thornbury, vice-presidentg Barbara Hargreaves, secretary, and joan Downs, treasurer. Several outstanding events marked our sopho- more year. T-E's football team won the Chester County Football Championship. Our sophomore dance, "April Showers," was a great success, partly because of the band and parade, composed of members of our class which advertised it. At the end of the year we recovered from examinations just in time to bid the seniors farewell and to realize we had actually completed our sophomore year. After being away from classmates for a summer, which flew swiftly by, we returned to school and our position as junior class with great enthusiasm. We gladly welcomed back Miss Nash, who had been ill the previous year. Miss Dulin took over girls' physical education, Miss Anderson became librarian, and Miss Baker became home economics teacher. We also welcomed Mr. Monahan, English teacher, to the staff. We elected class officers John Cox, presidentg Barbara Hargreaves, secretaryg and Joan Downs, treasurer. T-E had a fairly successful football sea- son and the annual Thanksgiving game with West Chester was played for the second time at Villa- nova Stadium instead of on our school field. After enjoying the Christmas holidays, we returned to school and to a new year with many resolutions. It was at this time that we received our class rings, sad reminders of the fact that our fun-packed high school days were already half over. "Fiesta," the Junior-Senior Prom, was a smash- ing success with a gayly decorated gymnasium and the crowning of a senior "Queen of Fiesta." An- other exciting event marked our junior year. While tm, 36 0 the seniors were enjoying their customary trip, we toured the state capitol at Harrisburg and had a gala afternoon at Hershey Park. Once again we bade a senior class fond farewell and left our class- mates for another lazy summer. At last we were seniors. What a wonderful year this would be! For the second time in the history of our class T-E won the Chester County Football Championship. Also, the great honor of being chosen most valuable football player on the Main Line was bestowed upon a member of our class, Robert Pollard. As officers for our senior class we elected John Cox, president, Leslie Hughes, vice-presidentg Barbara Hargreaves, secretary, and Alice Down- ing, treasurer. Several new members were added to the teach- ing staff this year. Mrs. Philips took over the library, Mrs. Sheaffer became home economics teacher, and Mr. Keehn became boys' physical education instructor. After an exciting first semester enhanced by frequent senior parties, victory dances, bon fires, and a joy-filled Christmas season, we settled down to mid-year examinations and the beginning of the busiest term of our high school career. The re- alization of the speed of passing time stunned us as we knew that the long-awaited day of gradua- tion was swiftly coming into sight. Outstanding events in the spring of 1949 were the "Forty-Niner" four Senior Promj, the senior play, "And Came the Spring," which proved a great success, the annual Faculty-Varsity basketball game, the music festival, which was enjoyed by everyone, and the junior-Senior Prom in May given in our honor. After our class trip and senior examinations, we plunged into Senior Week. At last we experienced the thrill of Class Day, Baccalaureate, and Com- mencement. Sadly we bade the faculty, underclass- men, and T-E a fond farewell. With appreciation of all T-E had done for us, we each set out upon our chosen path, bearing the happy memories of our high school days with us. Lois STEVENSON, '49, Class Will We, the Class of 1949, of Tredyffrin-Easttown High School, being supposedly in full possession of our wits and senses, do hereby execute, declare and publish this, our last will and testament. 5 To the entire student body we do hereby bequeath: The kindly guidance of all the faculty Our love and loyalty for T-E. Our collection of famous quotations from Room No. 4. Our fondness for the eighth period activity. To the Class of 1950, we do be ueath: The proud feeling ofclneing a senior. The front seats in assembly. The 110 choice seats in Senior Homerooms Nos. 1, 2, and 4. The incessant tick-tock of the clock in Mr. Brey's office. Alice Motley's false tooth to put in a molar solution. To those underclassmen who have gained our special attention, we as individuals, do hereby bequeath: I, Dolores Seeds, do hereby bequeath my drum majorette ability to Toni Bryan. I Bob Pollard, do hereby bequeath my outstanding football ability to any up- and-coming senior who can take on that great responsibility. I Barbara Hargreaves, do hereby bequeath my all-around sports ability to Elaine Scarpone. I, William Patton, do hereby beqnueath my pitching arm to james Hopkins. I Teresa Amarante, do hereby equeath my goalie pads and stick to Nancy Rink. I Hazel Eattock, do hereby bequeath my ability to entertain the gym class to Shirley Simpson. I, Virginia Stackhouse, do hereby bequeath my dancing ability to Patty Venditta. I, Larry Thomas, do hereby bequeath my vivacity to Ginny DeFelice. We, Barbara Gallagher and Margaret Eason, do hereby bequeath our constant companionship to Nancy Dalton and Susie Bernard. I, Alice Downing, do hereby bequeath my giggle to Sharon Lavelle. I, Cliff Evens, do hereby bequeath my kicking toe to Minor Vail. I Bill Callahan, do hereby bequeath my permit to leave French class to any deserving gargon. I, Ioliene Brenneman, do hereby bequeath my jolliness to Robert Murdock. I, Philip Buehler, alias Professor Baylor, do hereby bequeath my Plain English Handbook to Barbara Savage. I, john Clark, do hereby bequeath my love of "hot rods" to my brother Bob. I Arnold Goetchius, do hereby bequeath my deep regard for the twenty-five- mile speed limit to Charles Gasser. I, Lois Stevenson, do hereby bequeath mjftoed-in walk to Suzanne Greeley. I, Violet Hertzfeld, do hereby bequeath my quietness to Helen johnson. I Rose Piccoli, do hereby bequeath my eiiiciency in the business course to Rose DiAntonio. A I Emma Ballard, do hereby bequeatfit my outstanding ability in chemistry to my brother Fred. I, Andy Wilson, do hereby bequeath my talkativeness to Robert Murdock. Signed and sealed this seventh day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-nine. 7 3 1 J J 9 9 1 Witnesses: Signed: NANCY DURANTO, MARGARET EASON, CHARLES DUNWOODY. WILLIAM CALLAHAN. 37 Q... '-" 'I-1,., 'Un 44, ' -, .... lr: " llC f 111 ll1 111 Ili ZQH liI 111 Ili 121 11 Zhi 'li- 111 IQ QS1 Eli Shi Iii 11 If CZ' I1 1 .-I, grggplnllllwilr Fl ii- - f ,. 4- ll K - -2,1 Sw ,gi Most Athletic Q K, '1 Best Looking -3 ,..,.,.- 2322? Q 29.1 ,vy l Most School Spirited Q 4 . nf i ' H W lil K ' lu, . ' Li? r l N t , K 7 'T ' i -' , ,ti-,H u .' 4 1 . X .A 1357135 Most Popular , f- ns: -1 IC, i ' 715 Most Likely to Succeed -aw! iq :nag any NIM ram Sli 1 ' .25 msn' Mill i WH in 23 W Most Artistic I N g or A l .an 'gg' M nh J , ' ist:-'s? ' gg5,' 4 5 M m u ff K 25. 4.-.,, . . li. I , ' . vm H221 Best Dressed - . 5. - v . Efiii X 'Nicest Personalities W4ii1!iTSfw1?v,f-.- ..'?35?ifLf'1? if Eau The GoldMine BEST ATHLETE B. Hargreaves R. Pollard MOST ARTISTIC G. Salema R. Carter FUNNIEST S. Brown W. Callahan BEST DANCERS R. Picocli E. Evens A. Goetchius BEST DRESSED H. Eattock D. Cunningham R. Pollard MOST FLIRTATIOUS R. Piccoli E. McLaughlin MOST INDIFFERENT M. Dannaker E. Corrigan R. Kliewer BEST LOOKING B. Hargreaves D. Kaye MOST MUSICAL A. Kessler R. Caporal FRIENDLIEST A. Downing M. Hoehler S. Brown J. Clark A. Wilson 0 MOST POLITE L. Stevenson D. Cunningham L. Zonetti MOST POPULAR B. Gallagher S. Brown L. Hughes MOST RESERVED M. Conley Y. Wilson MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED L. Thomas E. Lang MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED M. Hoehler L. Thomas P. Buehler J. Cox MOST STUDIOUS M. I-Ioehler A. Kessler P. Buehler MOST TALKATIVE S. Brown W. Patton NICEST PERSONALITIES I. Downs G. Salema A. Downing L. Zonetti J. Clark - MOST VIVACIOUS M. Eason L. Thomas W. Patton 39 1 Wa sBack When As the cry of "GOLD" echoes through the small frontier town of Berwynsville in the year eighteen forty-nine, people are rushing here and there preparing for the journey to the West and riches. Wagons are rolling in from all directions to join the caravan soon to depart on the long journey. Never has there been such excitement as prevails on Eason Street, the main thoroughfare. The town has grown up overnight. Wherever there is conversation, there is talk of gold. In the shops, on the street corners, the discussion is the same. Inside Eli McLaughlin's and Francis Allen's blacksmith shop Andy Wilson remarks to Ted Lockwood while horses are being reshod, "They say that they're gonna pave the streets in California with gold cobblestonesf' Outside the shop there is a group of talkative women including Lucy Vito, Barbara Gallagher, Rose Piccoli, and Marjorie Risser. Stella Palma can be heard exclaiming, "There are so many folks comin' West that they're startin' the Hoover an' Hughes Stage Coach Line over in this direction." Someone else chimes in, "An' did you hear about that new political party they're startin'? Some fellas named Callahan, Speers, and Mihalo are offering each farmer a wagon, a horse, a plow, and some land in exchange for their votes. Pretty good offer, I think." Farther down the street there is a newly painted sign which reads UNORCINI BROTHERS' TAVERN." Someone exclaims, "I hear they got two swell dancers named Larry Thomas and jerry Salema. Some Eastern guy named Nick DiBiase does the cookin' too." A few wide-mouthed Indians stare in at the gayety as waitresses Alice Whitelock and Lena D'Antonio serve the patrons. At various tables there are such notorious char- acters as Red Rider Waters, Straw Packin' Tyson, Evil Eye Patton, and Two Gun Goetchius. Across the way is the post office. Postmaster Roy Trout has just announced that George Hooper, Pony Express Rider, has passed through town. There is a wild scramble for the mail as Alice Snyder, Ellen Gooding, Violet Hertzfeld, Florence Lynn, and joan Downs rush with outstretched hands to the post ofhce window. Having also heard that "the mail is in," Yerkes Wilson, Robert Carter, Evelyn Wright, and Mary Ruppelli rush to the post office from across the street. Someone in this anxious group remarks, as he waits for his mail, "Did you hear about Sheriff Thornbury and Deputy Stetson? With a posse they rounded up two fellas named jim Thomas and Dick Myers. They were drivin' their Conestoga Wagons too fast on the old Stanford Fe Trail." "Yeah," answers another, "an' they got 'em down at the court house now." Up the street there is quite a lot of confusion. Why, it's Amy Kessler and Alice Motley, two sturdy pioneer women, leading a "Women's Rights" parade! Among the followers are Anna Recchi, Edith Natale, Alice Downing, and Anna Battisto. Mary Hoehler is leaning out an upstairs window waving a red flag and shouting, "We want to vote!" I Numerous little shops have opened along Eason Street. Peter Marino has opened a store where the various needs for the journey to the West may be purchased. Handy- man Gene Lang has just hung a sign in the window reading, "Lledo and Lambert magic mining pans for sale here." Charles Pennypacker remarks as he, "Those things ain't worth a bit. I've tried one an' I'm not a cent richer." Ar.. 40 c. . rr- W, x4..x,,C,,..,.,c1 K'xA.,gA,A,.4.A,J4.z Next door Barbara Keithley and jean Hoffman have opened a new dress shop. Many oh's and ah's can be heard as women peek in the window at the fancy clothes. Up to this time the local gals have had to make their own frocks. Thomas Fosnocht, Neil Griffith, and David Kaye, three young dandies from the East, gaze at the Western ladies with a pleasantly expectant look on their faces. And now there is a great deal of excitement on the edge of the town. There is shouting and cheering as a group of travelers in their wagons comes to a halt and announces that it plans to make camp at Berwynsville for the night. Drivers, among whom are Louis Aquilante, Raymond Buckwalter, and Edward Corrigan, hop down from their seats as Charles Dunwoody and Nathan Terry hasten to tie the horses. An onlooker at the edge of the crowd can be heard saying, "Oh look, there's john Cox. All us folks respect him 'cause he's a good citizen. He's gonna welcome the travelers." The tiring day has made the gold seekers weary. They make camp and build a fire around which they gather to eat, relax, and gossip. Mary Faggioli and Myrtle Dannaker busy themselves cooking over the fire. Robert Pollard, john Clark, and Ralph Stango are keeping the smaller members of the caravan occupied by showing them a new game played with a strange shaped ball. They call it "football," ' In one wagon there is gayety as Barbara Hargreaves, Lois Stevenson, joan DeLong, and Nancy Duranto sing "When we're rich, when we're rich, when we're rich!" Robert Kliewer whistles and james Burns keeps time on some old pots and pans. Bettie Casson peeks into the wagon and exclaims, "Whats going on here?" Seeing the happy group, she joins in the song. On the other side of the group there are peals of laughter. Folks are enjoying themselves as they watch Clarence Weldon throw Ponzo Evens up in the air and catch him with one finger. "Bravo!" shout the pioneers. Sitting around the fire are Emma Ballard, Florence Berkey, Mary Porreca, and Dorothy Rambo listening to a Western gal, Sarah Brown. She is telling how she was captured by the Indians, almost burned at the stake, and was saved by Charles Morelli, the "Lone Ranger." Joyce Stone is drifting from one cluster to another trying to sell a pamphlet written by Hazel Eattock and Dorothy Cunningham, telling how the pioneer wife can make her new life much easier. And now the shadows are thickening and the long day is coming to a close. May Conley, Florence DiAntonio, and Lena DiPao1antonio tour the camp making sure that all the children are safe in bed, while Virginia Stackhouse, Ann Plitzenmeyer, and Marie Capriola replace in the wagons the equipment which they have used. Everyone would like to get an early start in the morning. All the older travelers gather around the hte now. On guard with guns are Henry Rost, William Francis, and Paul Ahn, ready to shoot any Indians that may steal up on the camp. Among the crowd Edith Frank, Angeline DiDomenico, joliene Brenneman, and Teresa Amarante, listen anxiously as Professor Philip Buehler tells one of his famous Wild West stories. Virginia Ford, Arlene Favinger, and Dolores Seeds are talking eagerly about the virtues of the West as each tries to hide her feeling of homesickness. Ralph Caporal plays on his accordion, accompanying the romantic voices of Clifford Evens and Napoleon Bonaparte in a duet entitled "There's Gold in Them Thar Hills," which adds a musical touch to the group. Katie Anthony finally reminds the group that it is getting late and time to go to bed in order to get an early start. After Leonard Zonetti and William Frank inspect the camp, the weary travelers willingly retire to dream of finding riches at the end of their journey. The great caravan of eighteen forty-nine moves Westward! EMMA BALLARD '49, LOIS STEVENSON '49, 41 Senio SEPTEMBER 7-Last wild flings at Valley Forge. 8-Back to the salt mines. 13-Hockey beginsg we. are all thrilled at new garnet tunics. 14-First trial of luxurious senior seats in assembly. 15-Several students audition at KYW. 17-Lansdale scuttles us in football. 20-Teachers have gay picnic. 23--Groggy class answers that an em- bargo is a young organism in early stages of development. 24-T-E shuts out Haverford. 29-Pennsylvania test for seniors. 30-We lose hockey opener with Lower Merion. OCTOBER 1-Conshohocken is whitewashed. Re- publicans win primaries by 6Wg Callahan advocates Socialism. 5-"Teapot" Battisto entertains us with accordion in assembly. 6-Student pictures. What an addition to our record cards! 8-Radnor triumphs. Another gala party at Skunk Hollow. ll-Here we go into the yearbook! Senior pictures. 14-Magazine drive begins. Hershey bars in the offing. 15-We hand Upper Merion a defeat. 21-"Inquirer" journalism Clinic. 22-Turn about-teachers go to County Institute. 23-Half day of school. We face Coates- ville. 25-Tell them why we had this day off, fellows! 26-Larry Thomas and Florence Lynn win radios. The rest of us need consolation prizesg reports distrib- uted today. 27-French class enlivened by new rec- ords. 30-Band day at Pennsylvania. Hallow- e'en dance. NOVEMBER 1-T-E votes for Truman. r D a z e 2-We visit the pollsg as T-E goes, so goes the nation. 4-Jim Thomas spends much time mak- ing faces at Stella Palma. 6-Downingtown bows to the Bulldogs. 11 13 20 24 25 Armistice Day. "A relief and a re- prieve." Phoenixville wins a heart-breaker. -Sadie Hawkins dance makes juniors rich. Slight schedule change . . . the band marches on-er-what do you do for bunions? Great day! We defeat West Chester at the big game and celebrate our county championship at the bon- fire. A few eager visitors get fined for rehashing game with West Chester at West Chester. 26-Day off to rest. DECEMBER 3-Young Madam Curie tries to blow up the chemistry lab. 9-Football banquet-much eating, lit- tle talking. 10-"Macbeth" at Academy of Music. Shades of literature class !-Jani- tor complains about permeating odor of hydrogen sulfide. 16-Huge football assembly. 18-T-E on the air-Nancy Duranto and Arnold Goetchius interviewedg Bob Pollard and Ralph Stango represent the team. 21-Christmas music program. 22-Radio play, "The Birth of the Song, Silent Night." 23-Our long vacation begins. Teachers promise archly, "No more home- work until next year!" 31-And there goes Leap Year. JANUARY 3-Back to work. Several students learn that the floors were oiled during vacation. 4-New clothes everywhere. Bold look 7 42 much in evidence. --"One-way stairs" routine firmly es- tablished. Senior Daze 8-Straight Arrow Club Dance. Gaudy posters all over the place. 11--juniors chew up Seniors in annual basketball contest. 12E"Studes" scattered about Philadel- phia as the Freedom Train comes to town, 13-Mrs. Moskal tells girls all about nursing careers. 21-Seniors riliie through one hundred and twenty crisp green dollar bills -profit from movie benefit. 22-District orchestra-Richard Myers, Dorothy Savage, Ann Fosnocht, and Blaine Waters among distin- guished delegates. 25-Midyears descend in all their fury. 29-Senior informal dance-Famous 5 's play. FEBRUARY 4-Senior chemists leave faucets on, contributing a wading pool to physics class. 7-Bread and water for us, when the family sees those semester grades. 11-Conspicuous dearth of water in chemistry lab! 14-Jiffy home recorder banned in French class. 15-Gigantic vaudeville show by senior boys in assembly. Gold posters appear around school. What are they advertising? 16-Thermometer soars. Everyone gets violent spring fever. 17-Oranges fly about in study halls. 18-Ernie Waters has mock fit in French class. 19-49'ers Prom!!! Sturdy pioneers brave the rain. 21-Somebody else is taking our place. junior monitors on the scene. 22-George Washington's birthday. We're on the loose again! 28-Friendly smiles and new ties as we meet the practice teachers from Immaculata. M ARCH 4-Faculty-Varsity basketball game! The old folks did very well. 7-Seniors decided to visit New York. 8-Full-length movie, "Here Come the Co-eds," presented in Assembly Eager boys sent in applications to Bixby College. 11-Easter Eggs still selling well. 15-West Chester gym team entertains What muscles! 16-Tablets and new yellow pencils dis- tributed-an evil omen. 17-P. D. students all tied up in ticker tape. 18-Three hundred students try to be top man on a pyramid club. 21-Sigh! Report cards. 28-Marked aversion to homework. APRIL 1-Poisson d'avril! QApril Foollj Teachers go to schoolg we relax at home. 9-Groans and tears-College Board Examinations. 11-15-Easter holidays-a long breath of freedom. 21-Senior Class Dinner. 22-Quite a large absentee list. Indiges- tion? 23-Band Parents sponsor annual dance. MAY 3-Spring Music Festival. 7-junior Prom! Attractive decorations and pleasant memories. 12-13-Senior Variety Show. Our hidden talent is exposed. 16-In the red again! More report cards. 26-Look out, New Yorkg here we come! 27-juniors eye rooms one, two and four appraisingly. 50-Memorial Day. Cram, cram! 31-Seniors begin the gruelling ordeal of final examinations. JUNE 3-All over at last! We stagger home and collapse. 5-Baccalaureate Service. 7-Class Day Program-everyone trans- formed by caps and gowns. 9-THE day-COMMENCEMENT. All About U NAME Buzz Ahn Mickey Allen Treas Amarante Kay Anthony Lou Aquilante Barney Ballard Shorty Battisto Floss Berkey Nap Bonaparte joy Brenneman Duck Brown Sally Brown Bucky Buckwalter Phil Buehler Longboy Burns Russ Callahan Cap Caporal Cap Capriola Nick Carter Brown-Eyes Casson jake Clark May Conley Eddie Corrigan jack Cox Dot Cunningham Myrt Dannaker Flo DiAntonio Lee D'Antonio joan DeLong Nick DiBiase THRILL Getting paid Sports That certain guy Floyd and George Driving Buicks Jersey fifteen Phillies Driving Thirty-two jersey T. E. touchdowns A football player Vail's extra point Coffee ice cream Golhng Marie Playing accordion George Anything exciting Harry Shirley A certain blonde T. E. touchdowns Giving orders jim Gordon That certain guy Mike Hackin' around with ' friends Working Angie DiDomenico Dancing EXPRESSION "Drop dead!" "Shucks !" "Yea, man!" "Solid !" "What's cooking?" "Good night !" Sure thing!" "Oh, lawdy !" I say there, old chap!" Get out of here!" Do tell!" I'm hungry!" "That's true." Turn blue." "I suspect !" "Good enough!" "Yeah, man!" "You're not kidding!" I guess you know." Crackin' up?" Who ate my lunch?" Oh, my goodness!" Whatcha know?" Oh, shut up!" Oh, no!" You know it , too." Gee whiz!" Oh, keep quiet!" 'What a piker! "Good enough!" "You kill me !" 44 AMBITION Sailor Millionaire Gym teacher Secretary Butcher Speak French fluently See the world Air Line Hostess Physician Live a long time Engineering Banking for A. C. W. Own a ranch An "A" in gym Clerk Dog doctor Barber Dressmaker Auto Mechanic Housewife Make a million Missionary To graduate C. P. A. None Interior decorator Private secretary Dressmaker To be successful Ph.D. in Chemistry Housewife S HANGOUT Fire House Si gmund's Down at Scarcie's F anny's Anywhere Malvern Berwyn corner Shibe Park White Plains Stacky's Rado's johnnie's Card Shop Blue jay Home and Bridge Shop S. A. C. Tilley's Paxton's Wayne Most anywhere Certain Model-A Deepdale Road Germantown Chesterbrook Hooper's Hot Shoppe Sun Ray Drugstore Daylesford Stacky's place Spoon's-Dorsaneo's Paxton's Sun Ray NAME Lee DiPaolantonio Al Downing joan Downs Buddy Dunwoody Nance Duranto Marg Eason Haze Eattock Cliff Evens Ponzo Evens Mary Faggioli R. Favinger Ginny Ford Tom Fosnocht Willie Francis Edie Frank Bill Frank Barb Gallagher Goat Goetchius Bam Gooding Griff Griffith Barb Hargreaves Vi Hertzfeld Marioh Hoehler jean Hoffman THRI LL Bert That extra point Kenny Decent women Convertibles An eagle Black Buick Kickoff of football game Ginnie Football games Harlon Sam French Movies No. 31 jersey Riding a motorcycle Right end 22 Going 90 mph in EXPRESSION "Where is Ann ?" "Golly Ned!" "Oh, brother!" "Save your money." u Pardon me while I laugh." "Where's Barb?" "Holy cow!" "How about that?" Censored "Hot shot!" ujeepers !" u I reckon." "Come to order, William." "What do you know, kia?" "oh, boy!" ul-HV, "Hi, Bird!" Crackin' up ?" reverse T. E. touchdowns Hjeepers !" Track meet "You don't say !" Sports "just think !" Herbert "My goodness I" Boys "I dare say you'll succeed." Going to the movies "I like what's in it better." 45 All About Us Ask Bert! Undecided Housewife Accountant Teacher Nurse Run old maids' home Feed business Go out wife Typist None To go Dentist Music with my to California Dressmaker To own a motor- cycle Author Chemical engineer Nurse Poultry business Nursing Housewife M. R. S. degree Secretary HANGOUT With Bert Paoli Phoenixville Spoon's Everywhere Ocean City Hot Shoppe Up the road Lincoln Highway Ardmore Colonial Melody Hall Rado's Mercer's Service Station T. E. football practice Brown's Esso Station Marg 'n' Barb Berwyn Theater Home Doc's Riding Academy Home . Philly Wayne Movies All About U NAME George Hooper Milt Hoover Les Hughes Dave Kaye Barb Keithley Amy Kessler Bob Kliewer Nete Lambert Gene Lang Bebe Lledo Locky Lockwood Flo Flynn Pete Marino "Lead" McLaughlin Eggy Mihalo Charlie Morelli Alice Motley Dick Myers Eadie Natale Mike Norcini Nick Norcini Stell Palma Bill Patton Penny Pennypacker Ann Pfitzenmeyer Ro Piccoli Bill Pollard Mary Porreca Dot Rambo Ann Recchi Marge Risser THRILL Driving Football Football games Adele Ice skating C. F. S. Girls Anything but homework T. E. touchdowns Certain party Passing chemistry Bernie Getting out of school Sports Girls More girls Chemistry Airplane ride T. E. touchdowns Beautiful girls Doris Music Girls Sports Donald Junior Class Girls with dull minds and money Dancing Boys A certain boy Certain Somebody EXPRESSION He's good l" "oh, boys" Holy cow!" Oh, boy!" Oh, gosh!" "Good enough!" "You potlicker. "Heavens !" "Way to go!" "Get out of here !" Oh, yea !" Are you kidding ?" "Go on home!" "Way to go!" Beat it!" "Oh, yeah!" "Hard to tell." If Sherman's horse can take it , why can't you?" "Hot shot l". I take you up on that." "Oh, boy!" Gee whiz !" "Holy-gee l" How are you doing?" Yeh, gad !" "Believe me l' "No stuff!" "Oh, how cute !" Big hunk of a man l" "Nice day if it doesn't rain." No, not that!" 46 AMBITION Architect Railroad Plumber A sinecure Ollice work Teacher Undecided Make money Dentist Ollice work Successful sales- man Graduate Truck driver Graduate Sleep Driving English teacher Engineer Typist Plastics Printing College Cabinetmaker Establish own business Clerk Undecided Physical Education instructor Secretary Secretary Dress designer Stenographer S HANGOUT Cox's place Mud Alley Out in the country Bactou jersey Home Paxton's Home Miller's Dances Bridge Shop Movies with Bernie Blue Jay Brown's Gas Station Earls' Drug Store Everywhere The Sticks Lowell Ardmore Garret Hill to Bryn Mawr 12-13 with Doris School Earls' Rado's Drugstore Downingtown Strafford dances Wayne Stratford dances Brown's Store Home Paoli and suburbs NAME Hank Rost Mary Ruppelli jerry Salema "Dee" Seeds Allie Snyder Sam Speers Stacky Stackhouse Al Stanford Ralph Stango Bill Stetson Loie Stevenson Stonie Stone Nate Terry jim Thomas Larry Thomas Bushie Thornbury Skip Trout Tex Tyson Luce Vito Ernie Waters Cupid Weldon Ling Whisler Al Whitelock Andy Wilson Yerk Wilson Sissie Wright Len Zonetti THRILL Girl's skating Going dancing Traveling Bob Visiting Phoenix Passing French tests Chew T. E. touchdowns Hot rod's car Hot rod's T. E. touchdowns Blondes Baseball Penn Relays and a "blonde" T. E. football victories Bettie Sports Passing chemistry Football games Music Others' troubles Black "46" Ford A blonde Sports Sports Tomas Sport. All About U Your chicken!" Boy, you're not kidding !" For pity's sake !" Oh!" Gee whiz!" Good enough !" Hello, baby 3" For the love of Pete l" Yeh, kid!" Don't worry about it " Way to go !" Honestly!" Nuts!" Good enough." Oh, that's vile l" Go! Model-A." I'll be darned !" Oh, yeah !" Let's go!" Practice makes perfect." Smile and let the sunshine thru." Oh, yea!" Are you kidding?" Oh, great !" Are you kidding?" "Not exactly." Hey, Ralph!" 47 Carpenter Secretary Musical comedy dancer Undecided Secretary or join WAF Taxi driver Housewife Chemist To play football Undertaker To pass chemistry Bookkeeper Far .ner Be rich Dancing Amusement Park Owner To graduate College Work in flower shop To graduate Accomplished lover Housewife Secretary Farming Undecided Graduate join the army S I-IANGOUT Bacton's Ardmore Miss Murray's Dancing School Brick Oven No place special Nowhere De Sota Home Devon Sun Radnor, Devon Sunoco Charlestown West Chester Home Paxton's Everywhere Su gartown Home Locky's place Devon Wood shop Bridge Shop Frazee's Fixit Shop Tip Top Earls' Wayne Malvern Blue Jay l 0 l .-- .I Junior Class Fin: Row: L. Belmont, T. DeSl1ula, J. Hopkins, R. Clark, R. Carver, R. Murdock, J. Segui, H. Stackhouse, C. Casey, R. Quann. Seroml Row: D. DeMarcantonio, H. DiCola, S. Leiper, R. DiAntonio, J. Wilcox, B. Savage, M. Thomas, J. White, D. Byrd, G. McGoldrick, D. Ramsay, S. Bryan, O. Teal, Piombino, D Scgnor, K. Gallagher, R. Princo. Third Row: A. Hobson, M. Morris, L. Cappelli, P. Clark, J. Zinn, J. Gustafson, M. Alston, J. Edwards, E. Newton, B. Weldon, N. McFarlin, A. Byrd, M. Eaton, J. Turner, M. Hardy, E Wadsworth. Fourth Rauf: J. Thomas, S. Lavelle, M. Bowman, E. Famous, V. DeFelice, P. Fisher, F. Palma, C. Corrigan, C. Woodson, N. Dalton, V. Griffin, P. Lee, S. Bernard, V. Darnell, M. Liberato, E. Mahoney, J. Plank. Fifth Row: C. Beard, S. Simpson, B. Cooksey, E. Scarpone, P. Ottey, M. Conley, N. Rink, V Dunkerton, B. Matlack, A. Gruhl, H. Renzi, M. McKee1nan, M. Kontrye, E. Berkeihiscr, G Byrd, J. Jenkins. Sixlh Row: B. Lambert, W. Hall, H. Slider, J. Pezzotti, A. Nicoline, H. Hitchens, S. Ebert, R Friedhofer, R. Clemson, J. Ripka, R. Kurtz, F. Alleva, W. Gross, V. DiMarco, P. Jackson G. DiSimone, A. DiFronzo. Seventh Row: R. Walton, F. Hoopes, M. Vail, T. Miller, J. Fogg, S. Howe, C. Natale, R. Malloy, S. Lieberman, R. Beaton, J. Morelli, G. Bartosh, R. Carney, R. Patton, J. Coxe, D. Girard Eighth Row: C. Gasser, K. Khuen-Kryk, S. Crapo, H. Mitchell, F. Helker, W. Winters, E. Mahon D. Soulen, N. Recchi, R. Dastalfo, D. Berhle, R. Angus, R. Byrd, R. Moore, H. McQuiston E. Newborn, T. Foster. Abxenl: E. Banks, G. Bircher, E. Chestnut, P. Evens, H. Newton, E. Rigler, C. Stanford, J Taraschi, L. Taylor, M. Trego, S. Young. 48 1 SPONSORS William F. Monahan Winifred M. Nash CLASS OFFICERS Preirident, Richard Kurtz Vine-Preridenl, Robert Clark Secretary, Nancy Dalton Treamrer, james Hopkins 49 Sophomore C lass Ifirzil Row: E. Harned, W. Burgess, D. DiMarco, R. Gibson, A. Norris, C. Brenneman, R. Bonaduce R. Broadbelt, R. D'Antonio, C. Wilkinson, W. Doyle, W. Stone. Svmud Roux' C. Warner, J. Weaver, S. Innes, M. Gable, D. Norcini, P. Venditta, B. Lapp, M Motley, E. Belmonte, J. Burns, E. Hiddleson, E. Aherne, M. Gross, B. Sindell, S. Bryan P. Frank, D. Torrey. Third Row: D, Kincaid, M. Lewis, P. Moore, N. Lynn, E. Stanford, V. Churchill, E. Flick, E Rufuse, M. Allen, G. Saunders, I. Warren, R. Norcini, S. McNeIly, M. Unruh, D. Franchini D. Biondi, M. Nadiro, M. Banks. lfourflz Razr: L. Hargreaves, M. Glover, P. Lee, J. Marsh, V. Hooper, B. Liversidge, S. Greeley V. Vause, L. Rice, F. Dodson, N. Anthony, N. Slider, J. Mann, R. Thatcher, E. Boyer, D Williamson, L. Kramer. Fiflh Ruuu' N. Skow, P. Dawson, C. Stewart, E. Weldon, J. Bramble, M. Cassell, J. McGoldrick M. Madden, N. Beaver, E. Fazzini, K. Dannaker, J. Dorizio, B. Bieber, P. Stull, L. Quici R. Glover, D. Savage, E. McDonald. - Sixfb Row: C. Golden, R. Collins, H. Clare, N. McCreary, P. Barbour, M. Kocsis, N, Ward, B Patton, C. Lee, P. Grithn, A. Fosnocht, J. Gable, V. DiAntonio, C. Brown, T. Ramsay, S Morgan, C. Hughes, A. Alm. Suzfwzlh Roux' B. Sassaman, L. Donato, R. Smallwood, D. Wise, G. Wiedenhammer, D. Pilotti W. Walton, W. Jenkins, J. Bird, W. Cresmer, T. Richards, A. Lannutti, J. McCann, J. Kiah S. Marshall, C. Vause, F. Aquilante, A. Amedei, A. Craley. liiglalb Row: R. Mahalfey, G. Hamilton, F. Ballard, D. Bernon, R. Lenker, R. Leach, E. Redmond D. Rodgers, D. DcRafelo, J. Leighty. Ab,re111.' F. Behrle. G. Crapo, R. Gooding, P. Jackson, B. Mancill, T. O'Donnell. rg 50 1 5 1 a SPONSOR Ollie Belle Coffman CLASS OFFICERS Prexidefzl, William Doyle Vice-Prefidefzf, Dominic Pilotti S erretary, Carol Warner T1'eamrer, Phoebe Dawson 3-:ai 51 I In -'Q . y! 521 r Y - a ...-. b N .6 :..4 , v, 'F w vw' "mv 511 W rw '-6 as 's: wr, , ' ii' lylll A Q Y 1 f 4 "" 'MM ., , .ff Q5 ., glqa' 3135 I ,,, . 4-JJ:??.z5am?, 'ik 'ig-a lip Ai-Q. i x ' , 121 ry' lx "" ' " if .4 E. . -if 'S 'Qs Y H 1 'H il ,.-1 .I .., ' Q ' F v as 4.g.' ' "D v,,. ' ,X -A ,,,, 'Y 1' I ff tif 'Q Z if W' dz y I i 1 1. 0 f 4 ' , W N O, .r . F ' ff J ,z :K ., , . I : - . A ' K ' J' .,f N sw, rr M, V211 . ' xo- , ,V A A L -"""fg Q, Va- qv, Fai I A ,fi ,,L,k ,L,. 1 1, F N. if 1 'V - V bk , Y WEQ k H . J y 'af s-M.. - Q r if if wg? if ' ' - I 3 -, , f. H :1 I W Kr . -Q vi 651' ia . E y . X, Ly-K , 75 1, . I 0, 1, ., "J K' A- if m "' ' .L ' ,,.,, V K A . ,V A N A Q--r Q-Q 'ww' ', My Q "' f" A , ' 3 if 1 CHORUS Carolyn Beard Patricia Lee Barbara Patton Carol Warner David Behrle Philip Buehler john Cox CHORUS S lllecial Auffzmlx amz' H ofzofiv SO UTHEASTERN DISTRICT 1949 BAND Ann Fosnocht Amy Kessler Thomas Fosnocht Robert Kliewer Blaine Waters 1948 ORCHESY RA Ann Iiosnocht Dorothy Savage Richard Myers Blaine Waters 19518 Mary Hoehler Dorothy Savage Thomas Fosnocht ALL STA TE Pennsylvania Music Educator's Association BAND Carolyn Beard-1949 Mary Hoehler-1948 ESSAY CONTEST sponsored by THE EVENING BULLETIN-19-I8 Subject-THE AMERICAN PAST AwardfOne-day trip to Washington, D. C. ORCHESTRA Richard Myers Amy Kessler Napoleon Bonaparte Lois Stevenson William Callahan Larry Thomas ESSAY CONTEST Sponsored by the AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY-1948 Subject-OUR GREAT AMERICAN HERITAGE-LIBERTY Winner-Amy Kessler AwardsfSBl0.00-First place in county 325.00-First place in tri-county 35 5.00-Fourth place in state IVIISCELLANI OiTxce Practice Library Study Hall Homeward Bound The Five Sharps Custodians Cl'IIfliRLIiADIiRS 5ap'x"f 'N -, lv lx cj . K 4' ' 15. I VC, y 'X Km: 5 1 ,5 ,H KU' C-ftgsip fy., "' HP f ,fl ,fmygfn 55 T QA 'Q L - if-if if! ff:-ff ,-'13 ' g f 2' N x "' 1... ----Q. Q-ii wa, Vw ff ' ki Chl ?' x Q , K- F. X I ff f4:'lWx' IM E, I J C KX 'Aux .f W X X X 'ffm' C Ca' A A if fi X xx ,H CHN ff xx ' If x MAJORETTFS '14 D cb? K XX x ,W fm, j ff X if I ,MMQN7 , ,ff lf 4- l.. Q S' I " I K Q 3 . ". D 'I 5 X pl' X ?' N M-K X A, .., .gf 1. J, Q-14-Ezd' Zglr' - -,-374 4, -1hi-r .Q .- -: " Q23 1, ,if sz-L. 4-T ,, ' - -, :-.. ' 4 ...T - ffff-' 5' -- -wx .Ml 'ff OIJIJICIIRS Prc-sident4Thomas Fosnocht Vice-President-fAndrew Wilson Secretary-Rose Piccoli Treasurer!fVirginia Ford Student Council Sponsor-Mr. A. C. Whitcraft The Student Council at T-E is an indispensable organization, members of which are elected by the student body. In the fall the Student Council held sev- eral victory dances and later a bonfire to celebrate our football victory over West Chester. Football sweaters for senior lettermen were contributed by the Council. Other achievements of this year's Council include awarding charms for letter winners of all sports, a clean-up campaign, and establishment of a permanent honor roll for World War II. The Monitors, whose duties are to direct traffic in the halls and to seat students in assembly, are chosen and sponsored by the Student Council. They are selected in their junior year on the basis of scholarship and citizenship and serve through the nrst semester of their senior year. This year the Monitors installed a one-way trathc system on stairways, which has greatly relieved congested condi- tions in the halls. MONITORS 1948 Third Row: Buehler, Rost Lockwood. Second Row: Tyson, Speers Iiosnocht, lfrank. l'i.'.at Row: Goetchius, Cox Cllllilllllll, Aquilante tCaptainj 56 BANKING Advirer, Mr. C. Whitcraft During the present school year the bank handled the financial business of thirty- three school activities in an amount of over 554o,o0o.oo. FINANCE Atblelic Arrorialiorz Trearurerr Burinerr Manager-Rose Piccoli, Book- keeper-Mary Ruppelli, Senior Clair Trearizrer-Alice Downing, Stzzdenl C 01171- ril Trearlirer-Virginia Ford, Cafeteria Boolekeeper-Florence Lynn, Arfirfarzt lo Family Manager, Senior High School- David Kaye, Affirtamf lo Athletic Arro- rialiou-Barbara Gallagher. BANKING Offrerr Carbier-Ralph Stan go, BfNIf?l?6'l'f76I'- Anna Battisto, Checkbook-Eli McLaugh lin, Tellerr-jarnes Hopkins, Ralph Das talfo, john Segui, Arrirlanl Bookkeeper'- Mary jane Oster, Rin111e1'.r-Frank Aqui lante, Dominic De Marco, Robert D'An tonio, Vincent DiAntonio. V soPHoMoREs Elizabeth Boyer, Margaret Allen, Phoebe Dawson, Jean Dorizio. JUNIORS Selina Bernard, Nancy Dalton, Rose DiAntonio, Margaret Bowman, Virginia Df1Felice, Doris Ramsay. I INANCE Adrirnfr-Mrs, Mary Dunlap OH'irer.v Pre.ria'enf - Rose Piccoli, VIl'L'-PI'6,l'Id6'llI - Mary Rup- peli, Serrela1'yfBarbzrra Gal- lagher, 'I'rerz.w11'w'- - Florence Lynn. Editorial Business and Advertising Garnet and Gray Co-edimrr, Hazel Eattock, Lois Stevenson Bl1,lIlI6'.l'.I' Mrzmzger, Louis Aquilante Adzferliriug Mamzger, Charles Dunwoody EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Emma Ballard, William Callahan, May Conley, Arnold Goetchius, Margaret Eason, Alice Motley. Barham Hargreaves, Dolores Seeds, ART TYPISTS Florence Berkey, Geraldine Salema, Florence DiAntonio, Jean Hoffman, Lois Stevenson. Anita Lambert, Mary Porreca, Mar- jorie Risser. ADVERTISING AND BUSINESS Milton Hoover, Edwin Evens, Edward Lockwood, Joyce Stone, Sarah Brown. ADVISERS Art, Mr. Carl Pennypacker Bll.l'IIIt,'.f.f, Mr. Alger C. Vifhitcraft Edilorinl, Mrs. Madeleine Royer Tyflfllfljfjilg, Mrs. Clara McElhaney M....M..S CP r 7 ea ui Typists Arr and Iplrototgraplly 58 4 4 i Eastfrin Echoes Adviser-Miss Eva june Smith "Eastfrin Echoes," our weekly school paper, is written by a staff of volunteer students. The activity is under the supervision of Miss Smith, while Mrs. McEl- haney directs the girls who type the dummy and stencil. The object of the paper this year has been to emphasize future events, to summarize briefly objects of general interest, and to point out individuals' contributions to our life at T-E. STAFF Editor ........ ........ .... A l ice Motley Assistant Editor . . . .... Nancy Rink Art ......... . . .Stella Palma REPORTERS Anna Recchi Virginia Griffin Mary Lou Trego joanne Wilcox Delores Norcini Ruth Norcini Babette Liversidge C OPYIS TS Arline Favinger Verna Darnell Anita Lambert Dorothy Rambo Edwin Evens 59 Choral Clubs Director - Miss Ethel Randolph This activity consists of three choral groups: the Boys' Chorus, the Sophomore Chorus, and the Mixed Chorus. The Boys' Chorus, made up of eleven seniors, eleven juniors, and seventeen sophomores, is essen- tially for the enjoyment of the lwoys. However, their excellent training made them one of our favorite singing groups. The Sophomore Chorus, thirty-seven girls from the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades, is a training group whose purpose is to gain experience in choral singing. The Mixed Chorus is an advanced group of twenty-two seniors, thirty-three juniors, and sixteen sophomores whose performances were outstanding hecause of the many special song arrangements selected and directed by Miss Randolph. The annual Christmas Concert provided all of us with an opportunity to enjoy the work of these groups. The opening number, a candlelight procession featuring seventy girls, was particularly impressive. Music Week in May was observed and the three groups were featured in the Spring Concert arranged for the occasion. Selected groups from these choruses took part in various outside choral concerts. Seven members were participants in the Southeastern District Chorus held in Upper Darby. Anothed group participated in the Music Festival, held in the Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia in june and sponsored each year hy "The Philadelphia Inquirer." The choruses at T-E continue to he a popular activity and provide excellent training for those who enjoy group singing. Marching liand Ort hestra Brass Ql1gll'It't Combined Choruses Candlelight Service Mixed Chorus Band and Qrchestfra Director - Mr. Stanley Gray Headed by the Marching Band, winning recognition in several local competitive events, this activity at T-E also includes a Senior Band and a Junior Band. Mastery of band fundamentals comprises the main work of the junior Band which is composed of junior high school students and others who are learning to play band instruments. The Senior Band, an advanced group, strictly elective, is made up of thirty-four high school musicians. The Marching Band is one of our features at all football games and also takes part in public parades and other civic affairs. It is rnade up of members selected from the other two band units. It receives its financial support from a fine organization, the Band Parents' Association. The Marching Band continually thrills the spectators, and their line music is augumented by their smart uniforms and skilled marching maneuvers. The Orchestra is an essential part of every Assembly program. This activity provides important tech- nical instrumental training for forty-five musicians at T-E. Their music is thoroughly enjoyed and is one of the features of the Christmas Concert, the Spring Concert, and the Commencement program. Dramatics Stagecraft Dramatics Coach-Miss Irene Brumbaugh The various dramatic clubs meet several times a week with Miss Irene Brumbaugh to read and enjoy plays and to practice speaking in public to gain self-conhdence. The dramatics depart- ment has produced several enjoyable plays this year. The Halloween play, "Be Home by Midnight," was presented in assembly. The members of the cast were: joanne Wilcox, Karl Khuen Kryk, William Callahan, Peggy Ann Ottey, and Stanley Lieberman. A radio play given at Christmas, entitled "The Birth of the Song, Silent Night," was reli- gious and provided a different form of entertainment for the students. The cast included: Ger- aldine Salema, Ellen Gooding, Mary Lou Trego, Eugene Lang, William Callahan, Napoleon Bonaparte, Stanley Lieberman, Nick DiBiase Qannouncerj, and Arnold Goetchius and Edward Lockwood tsound effects menj. " OFFICERS President ...,.. .......,. .... W i lliam Callahan Vice-President . . . ...., Larry Thomas Secretary ....,. .... G eraldine Salema Treasurer . . . . .Lois Stevenson l u I9 PRESS AVIATION LIBRARY SCIENCE BOYS GENERAL SHOP ART CLOTHING X-:Lf T3 s fx' QL Eg Xl -Q jf. Tlw ' , 1 , , , Y , , , E fvffk Imam AIL'lllIlI'lLI! lzwjvlry , v Q for Ifu' C,'lw.afc'1' Cu111111f Hikqfv Sflmnf 1 . lffmlfmff Clhllllffjflllifljff 1 ' K if x- Q 41 Q Mg. . 4 J ' z?,,,' s W' Zufg AU zi jn? 1 5' A' ,- Nsll I' 'inn W via . 0-yu . Q Q "3 , . 8 I if 'x X . '- ,. ,. - 3 XX X 'N X X Q 'fp3e4, 4p, A 'A W X. Q LQ i: 21 "' ' -, lg V' 4 QL:-' 'V , 1 f in-. 'R . tix if- ---S 2, If Q-J lx ' I 4? ' f g' 1 f 5 4 f ! , ,ff 3 NV Y XX ,NA - K1 ,W ' R W ffm 5 4' 53.272 Mfljll Lille mzior Cbcllllbdi' of C07ll7llt,'i'LC Ozmflfzrzriifzg Auvzm' IN'856'?IfCfl' lo Robert Pollfzrrl MQW f , XX ff, N 1 7 ', , ,W 4 ff Mf f j ff gg fi., Q Y - . QI4 f X 51 X 11X f, T Q 5 "Si 1' "1 Q - if-X ' 1: ' " 1 C Q TJ'-'17 " -...D ffj P Coaches Ernest H. Meyer Robcrt E. Kechn Earl Metzler SCHEDULE T-E Lansdale .... . . Haverford H. . . ,. Conshohocken .... . . Radnor .......... . . Upper Marion .... . . Coatesville .... . . Downingtown .... . . Pohenixville . . . . . West Chester . . . . ootluall THE BUl.I.DOGS-- -19418 R. Pollard W. Patton R, Stango l.. Hughes C. llvens C. Pennypacker W. Tyson F, Allen l.. Zonetti Y. Vfilsoii H. Slider . Miller H. Mitchell C.WfelLlol1 M. Vail R. Kurtz ,l. Segui li. lNlcl,aughlin C. Natale G. Bartosh .T W. Hall R. Clark O. Vause Hopkins R. Collins R. Carver D. Rodgers W.Wz1ltimn D. Dellafelo -I. Pezzotti F. liallzlrrl D. Girard D. Soulen nl. Leighty lf. lmfkwoml G. Hamilton R, Dastalfo R. Clemson T. DeShula 12 18 25 19 27 19 14 7 7 Op. 18 0 0 24 14 18 6 13 6 l 1 . F .. 1- -L' yy ' -4 -.-4 v..x Champions Again For the second time in three years, T-E's Bulldogs battled their way to the County Championship by winning six of nine games. A season of hard work on fundamentals and plays began with the first day of football camp late in August. The schedule started with one of the best teams in the area, a big and experienced Lansdale eleven. We lost a close one to them on our home held, but came back with a vengeance to defeat Haverford and Conshohocken by impressive margins. A high-scoring but very close game was dropped to Radnor on a muddy field, ln spite of the rain and slow-going, tlie lead changed several times and the game was decided in the last two minutes of play. Upper Merion was hurdled in fine style and the Garnet and Gray was ready for the part of their schedule that was all-important-four county league games. An upset victory was scored against Coatesville. Minor Vail booted the extra point that meant the hall game. Downing- town was the next victim and the Bulldogs prepared to meet Phoenixville. Taking the lead in the first half, we were unable to halt a determined and fighting Phoenixville team, who scored in the second half to provide the winning margin, The county title hung in the balance down to the end of the schedule and the Thanksgiving Day game with West Chester became a "must" game. One point was the margin of victory for T-E and the title of Chester County Champions was ours for another year. All games were marked by team-play of very high caliber. Once again the spark was provided by Bob Pollard. A three-time all-county team player, Bob also received the highly esteemed Powell Cup, a trophy awarded to the most outstanding player in the Main Line. A further honor went to Bob when he was selected for the second eleven of the Philadel- phia and Suburbs All-Scholastic Team, Dave DeRafelo, one of our promising sophomores, played Hne football all season and was selected for the All-County first team along with Bob Pollard. As a result of stellar play throughout the schedule, Les Hughes, Francis Allen, and Ralph Stango won places on the All-County second team. Honorable mention went to Cliff Evens, Yerkes Wilson, Eli Mc- Laughlin, Leonard Zonetti, Cesare Natale and Tom Miller, the last two being juniors. The coaching staff gets a nod from everyone for a splendid job. Head Coach Ernest Meyer was ably assisted by Robert Keehn and Earl Metzler. The T-E championship team is a tribute to our school and to the fine leadership, training, and inspiration provided by the coach- ing staff. VARSITY IUNIOR VARSITY Basketball Coach4Walter W. Hauser Although able to show only eight wins in twenty games, T-E's basketball team fought to the end of every game. Several close ones were dropped to bigger and more experienced teams. The first season under Coach Walter Hauser provided better games than the scores indicate. A season high of 29-1 points was turned in by Bob Pollard, while Tom Miller and Mickey Allen followed with 163 and 110 respec- tively. The defense centered around Les Hughes who broke up many a score. Bob Stackhouse, Nick DiBiase, Bob Patton, Charlie Gasser, and Bob Kliewer turned in fine performances during the season. The jV's proved that varsity material was on the way. The team was paced by Occi Vause who scored 83 points for the season, followed by jim Hopkins with 75 and Don Girard with 67 points. An aggressive playing squad was completed with Bob Carver, Tom Foster, Elias Redman, Bill Watlton, Henry McQuiston, and Sol Morgan. Managers Robert Angus john Cox SCHEDULE Varsity T-E Op. Collingdale ...... 28 24 Upper Merion ..,. 40 42 Media .,......... 34 35 Radnor .......,.. 33 35 Upper Merion .... 31 49 Downingtown .,.. 39 24 Coatesville . . . . . 37 43 West Chester ..... 35 49 Upper Merion .... 53 52 Phoenixville . , .... 41 42 Radnor ..... . . 33 41 Pottstown .... . . 39 51 Spring City .. .. 52 25 Downingtown ..., 53 52 Conshohocken ..., 36 27 Coatesville .., ,. 31 45 West Chester ..... 45 63 Phoenixville ,..... 47 26 Conshohocken .... 48 33 Pottstown .,.. . . 42 69 68 CANDIDATES-SPRING 1948 Cl sehall Coach-Robert E. Keehn, jr. SCHEDULE CANDIDATES--1949 Upper Merion Home R. Pollard W. Tyson West Chester Away R. Stango R. Walton Valley Forge Away E. McLaughlin H. Stackhouse Coatesville . . Away C. Pennypacker C. Natale Downingtown Home W. Patton F. Ballard Pottstown .... . . . Away G. Bartosh W. Doyle Phoenixville . Away I. Hopkins C. Wilkinson Phoenixville .... . . .Home M. Vail T. Ramsey West Chester Home T. Lockwood T. O'Donnell Radnor ...... . . .Home T. Deshula D. Wise Coatesville ..... . . .Home L. Z0r1Cfti P. Barbour Downingtown Away H. Slider C. Brown Pottstown ...... . . .Home D. DeRafelo W. Cresmer W. Hall Managers R. Myers J. Webb D. Vernon 69 CANDIDATES-SPRING 1948 SCHEDULE Chester County Relays .... Triangular Meet .....,.., Pottstown .......,........ Chester County Championship Ardmore Relays .,........, Penn Relays .......... Church Farm School ,.,... Suburban Championships .. Venzkc Relays ........,... District No. l Championships Westtamwim ..,......,. . . . . . State Championships . T Away Away Home Away Away Away Home Away Away Away Away Away rack olf Coaches Williatn F. Monahan Earl E. Metzler Managers Eugene Lang Samuel Speers Alden Stanford Roluert Angus CANDIDATES-1949 H. Mitchell -I. Thomas T. Miller C, Wfeldon R. Mahaffcy R. Collins N. DiBiase D. Girard S. Ebert R. Moore S. Lieberman N. Gritlith S. Howc l9i9 New Candidates: M. Hoover, N. Wfard, R. D'Antonio I9-i8e-W Spring Candidates QPicturedj SClllliDlll.lE Coaeh Williallll W, Crouse Cheltenham ....... Home Cheltenham . . . . .. Away J. Lcighty N. Recchi R Malloy C. Lee R Gooding R Quann I5 Lambert bl. Fogg G. Hamilton R. Friedhofer R. Caporal R, Carter Haverford ..,..,.. V. P. M. A. .,.. . Upper Merion Pottstown ..,,... Lower Merton Upper Merion Pottstown . . I laverforil . Home .Home Away .Home Away Home Away Away Q 1, Aevwfs-:f-mfrqa. . ,ji K , . K Jiang L yr 1 H 0 4. N.. O x 6 in WX Varsity Awards Francis Allen john Clark Edwin Evens Clillord Evens Leslie Hughes Eli Mc-Laughlin Willizrm Patton Francis Allen Nicholas DiBiase jolm Clark Arnold Goetchius john Clark Leslie Hughes Edward Lockwood Eli McLaughlin William Patton Nicholas DiBiase Neil Griffith james Thomas FOOTBALL Charles Pennypacker Robert Pollard Ralph Stango Clarence Welrlon Yerkes Vifilson Leonard Zonetti james Burns, Manager BASKETBALL Leslie Hughes Robert Kliewer Robert Pollard Ralph Stango BASEBALL Charles Pennypacker Robert Pollard Ralph Stango Yerkes VC'ilson Leonard Zonetti TRACK Clarence Wfeldon Eugene Lang, Manager Samuel Speers, Manager GOLF james Burns Edwin Evens Thomas liosnocht Milton Hoover 71 Stantling: Grifhth fManagerj, Bowman, Eason, liernartl, Searpone, B, Hargreaves, l.. Hargreaves Dalton, Delawng, Vause, Coach Dulin. Kneeling: Allen, A, Motley, M. Motley, T. Amarante. ockey Coach - Virginia M. Dulin Witli the return of three veteran players, the girls' hockey team, coached hy Miss Dulin, experienced a very competitive and fairly successful season. Every afternoon in the fall, when the weather permitted, the varsity and jayvees assem- hletl on the hockey lieltl to practice diligently. The captain of the varsity was Barbara Hargreaves. Captain-elect of the next year's team is Selina Bernard, a varsity player for three years. .S'f.'IIlfIDULlZ TE O lower Merion . . . I 4 Vlfest Chester .... I 11 Upper l'.lerion ..., Ji 3 lla lnor ...... , . 1 Ai llowniziggtown . . . S O llaverI'oi'tl . . . O -i Spring City .. . Q5 3 72 Standing: Durante fblanagerj, Lavelle, Coach Dulin, Recchi, Seeds, Hargreaves, Conley, Scarponc, lierkeihiser, Bowman, Piombino flNlanag:,erj. Seated: Dalton, Stevenson, Palma, liernard. Basketball Coach - Virginia M. Dulin The girls' basketball team experienced a very successful season. Coach Dulin chose the teams from more than lifty candidates that reported. Barbara Hargreaves was unanimously elected captain and led her team through many days of hard practice and games with other schools. The girls' varsity also participated in the annual Faculty-Varsity basketball tournament along with the boys' varsity squad. These games provided amusement for the students and funds for football camp. SCI-I1iDULIi TE O Radnor . . . . . 22 37 Coatesville . . , . 51 l7 Lower Merion . . 15 35 Conshohocken . . 241 22 Phoenixville . . . 27 36 Upper Merion . . 27 27 Yifest Chester . . . 25 22 73 1. V. Hockey finguli Vi: 51.11 lmwcr 1N1cri1m WL'st C111-stcr Upprr 1N1L'l'11lI1 Riulnm' ... . Dmvningtuwn 11.IVL'I'1-H111 .. Spring City . 'ginin M, Du 1513111.13 'I' 11 . . 1 7 1 O ll . . U PA Q 1 1 S 11 5 1 Tennis CQiw.l.11- Virginia M. Dulin SCHEDUL12 I.uwci' 1N1criun . ..... Noiiistnwn .. Rmlnm' . ..... Uppcr D.u'1wy . . , . , . . l"1LlVL'1'fU1'L1 . . . Clxcltcnlmm . . Alvingtun . . Lnns11uwm- . J. V. Away Hume Away Away Home Home Away Home BcL51Qct1nL11 Cm1C11fVi1'gil1i1l M. Dulin SC1'11ED111.12 '1"1: Op, R1u1nm' .,.... , 15 3-1 Ct5ilfk'SV111k' ...,. , 22 13 Luwcr Ncrion ..., I0 28 Cons1m1mc1c1.-n .... 31 S Plmcnixvillc . . . . 26 31 Upper 1x1L'I'1ll1l .... 23 Ii XVcNt Clwstci' ,... lll 10 .. ' L1 Varsity Awards HOCKEY BASKETBALL Theresa Amarante joan DeLong Margaret Eason Barbara Hargreaves Alice Motley Barbara Hargreaves Stella Palma Anna Reechi Dolores Seeds Lois Stevenson TENNIS Barbara Hargreaves Lois Stevenson Stella Palma, Manager Anna Reechi 75 T. E. Songsiqncl Cheers KICK-OFF YELL Pick ! Pack! Pick-ity Pack! Who can hold old T-E back? N-O-B-O-D-Y! OVER HILL, OVER DALE Over hill, over dale, A We have hit the dusty trail, While our T-E goes marching along. Up and down, in and out, Counter march and left about, While our T-E goes marching along. For it's Fight! Fight! Fight! As our heroes meet the foe, Shout for a victory loud and strong, For wher'er we go, We will always know, That our T-E goes marching along. ON FOR T-E On for T-E, on for T-E, Plunge right through that lineg Block the tackle, smash the center, Touchdown sure this time. Rah! Rah! Rah! On for T-E, on for T-E, Fight on for her fame, Fight, fellows, fight! fight! fight! We'll win this game! CHEE ! CHOW ! Chee! Chow! Sissgo! Wow! Biff! Bang! Calamazo! Chippity Wee Sissgo Gee! Om! Yah! Yah! Tredyffrin-Easttown Rah! Rah! Rah! Team! Team! Team! FAIR T AND E Fair T and E to thee our hearts ever turn, Where truth and honor dwell and lights of knowledge burn, Our Garnet and our Gray, wave ever fcr thee. Y-7here'er we go, we'1l bear the spirit of ' our own T and E. T-E GARNET T E Garnet T E Gray T E High School Ray Ray Ray OLD FIGHT YELL Fight ! Fight ! Fight ! Fight ! T. E. H. s. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! T. F. H. s. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! T. E. H. s. Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! 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