Upper Darby High School - Oak Yearbook (Upper Darby, PA)

 - Class of 1932

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Eome the song in the hearts of the tnorkers, Thrilling through harbships, oefiant ant terse. line toith the huiloers, Brahe as shoorh toielberst Jforgzt pour hates atm serret sorrow, Choose pour star, ant foreher follow! Pg Eg! :HI M f I 0. is mn' '... -al 1 1 u :una:xuvm:' 'nm wuwzlrnx ,Luang mu warn m:4l:.ma24!nrm:fJ-xnnsww umm-2s:nfn,si1u.,11 swmzssm-f ..m:-.u:.m1.-my ' vw ,H .L mf .ms fx-.nw is'nf1w.f. ws: vauzxurhnimsms apilwzuz :az 11, 1163 -me ..-..,..,...: . -3: .::.:::u1g11 HH .. . . :Mn gag, .1 .1 Um. I , 1: M '-if '1:r: L ' H :r :fs .gn . 1 :1ggg:::: -er - -...M . , . .... ----- - ,,,,, - -'---- ll, ' D zz: ' '3 '...-..-- ::::"' If ----- ni .-Ah...-.....fr...,..::j::::.... ....1::1. .::::::- 11:55, 5 .g:::: Jfacultp JUHN H. TYsoN, Principal T, Zim E. MALDON, Dean of Girls DIARY L. LUKENS, Educational Measurements Elizabeth D. Turner Edith Gaukrodger Miriam R. Barnet R. Wayne Boyd Helen M. Ferree Janet Forcey John S. Billingslea Helen S. Abrams Charles M. Brooke Warren A. Brosius Hazel H. Bemis CHARLES W. HOLMES, Registrar LIBRARIANS Ruth A. Leaman ENGLISH Katherine Griiifln John F. Hall Josephine L. Hershey Merle I. Koch Zita E. Mallon Elsa R. Melville HISTORY Lewis 0. Goas Oliver C. Kuntzleman Dorothy F. Logan Clayton K. Shenk MATHEMATICS Lillian E. Bock Paul B. Bordner Dean E. Shull Stanley F. Twoes SCIENCE . McKinley H. Stevens William S. Kehl Edwin L. Harer Karl F. Oerlein Emma H. Sommerfield Edson C. Strange Mary A. Taylor FOREIGN LANGUAGES Magdalen L. Dale Charlotte S. Chrisman Gertrude Frederlcks Carl L. Clugston Thomas J. Milne Alice M. Goodman Agnes B. Grunberg COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS Fred. G. Forsgard Doris E. Stone Charles H. Morris Paul K. Noel M. Louise Steele Frances F. Weimer Margaret Yerkes E. Bruce Thomas Ray G. Wallick Charles L. Wood John L. Diehl Carroll R. McDonnell Elizabeth P. Bond Chelsey G. Remley E. Lucile Noble Marion G. Sieber Joseph E. Stermer Annette Hagenba.ch William R. Buckwalter , Mahlon R. Greiner Marion Hoeflich J. Frank Dame ' William J. Hamilton Watrous H. Irons Fenn Minacci Sarah I. Richards MUSIC David D. M. Haupt Clyde R. Dengler Michael Dotti ART Florence M. Clegg HOME ECONOMICS Lydia J. Foster Florence I. Hains Grace Jones , INDUSTRIAL ARTS - A. Harold Mancill William C. Geyer George W. Hoehler Arthur W. Packer PHYSICAL EDUCATION Herbert S. Herzog Jennie R. Fry Roy W. Wolfgang Eleanor M. 'Lawrence Alma G. Wolstenholme Page Nine .vw Q A S , U l ri 1 l 1 i , I l w F f 1 i 4 xl i l l i 1 i M , ij ii ,I X . M , N X E 1 W w 1 i 1 l ' X ii , ,N r w li lx , , , , i 3 i ' l r N l , , X X A 1 ' , , , 1 l 't 1 ' I W. 2 5 l . , 1 I vi s: LM 'e rl ll 'l t y gi .il ' 4 -ff J 1 x A. '-. H w. K, x H ' Mk. W1l.l.IlxM C. S,xM1'SoN Superintendent of Schools It is not the duty of a busy superintendent to concern him- self with the more intimate illterests of a graduating class, but Mr. Sampson has made us feel that it has been a privilege for him to do so. 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C QRACI-: HILL 1 Q JUNIOR 5 5 President . ..... ...,..... . ..AR'I'III'II GIII-:Ins 2 Vice-President , . . .ROIII-:IIT DRIsI'oI.I. , Secretary ..... VIRGINIA DIx 2 Treasurer . . . .......... ...... C 2II.u'I-3 H1I.l. E SENIOR ' President .......,.... ...... H ENRY GODSIIAIII. , 5 Vice-Prewsident .,..........,......... KENNPl1'1i GARIIINER " ' 2 Seeretary .........,.,.,,......,....,..,.. INIARY EI.IzABI-:Tu ENGLE -X-4 Treasurer .... . .............. Pao-Fifi" ..........,.GR.ACI-1 HII.r. .L MH CID ll II -'lIlSI1l'1llIlUlClSIIIIIIIIISIUIIBI-IQISDQIIIDIIICI-l1l IQ ll ll ll ll ll Ili 1.,..,......1lm , ,...1..mv H ...4 wool- -on H. 4 ........,:lw,,f , . . ........ .... -. 2' ---- "'ff M.. -11' ':Q'j ,, 1 --. . 1 --- 3 --jj ,M gs- 1' 1 l I ---- I- 4 A 1 ITC. V -.-, mln . 'L ,.... 1 1nraI III..- . .Z.-. "'1 'Z "-' ,. .. " ' "LH - un .1 ---'-" -' 1::::- ---A 112. '.1l..1CI.. ,, -- -:::- :- .--..- ::::t,e,1--L31 1.--mm. .....,..,.,,,.'1..,,.L1'IIIfI.... ...:!I!7.. i. l...., . . "TCI -7 .:Zt""' I . ., , ,. ...-....,.-..- . .... ' '- I 7 :' ' , . 1 .7 .1 lllllll .....1 MARION HICIIHICIQTA AFF Seealie Syiivro-nlesli, silent sem-ond. no noise, no clash, hut how it works! She's president of the l'on11nere'e Club and an invaluable worker. Shes so eflieient that Aff-ter il while, slie'll be at second Hannah Bl4fCOI'llllCk. Class: Dance lfoninlittee 1455 Exeeutive Committee 1335. Flnhs: l'llUl'2ll 1455 l'Ullllllf'l'1'P 13, President 455 Ilrznuus 122, 45. l4'REDERIlJ HUWLEX AINGE 334 Lineoln Avenue, Lansdowne When it COIIIOS to "butling." Fred is super-excellent. He is even sophisticated enough in that part to aspire to being a hend-waiter or a doorman :it il "swellegant" movie house. Sm-hool: Honor Roll 125. Class: Senior Plnyg Track 135. Flubs: Vhornl 1ll: Le l'erele l"l'2lllt'2llS 145. HELEN CLAIRE Alililill 321 North Lansdowne Avenue, Lansdowne Every day il shiny, brown Ford rzunbles uncertainly :around the corner to School Lane and jerks and backs into place along the curb. Outside of pampering her "LizZy." Helen consistently breaks the law of averages hy getting perfect marks. She deserves more than she gets, but it surely is hard on the rest of the class. Sr-hool: Honor Roll 12, 3, 455 Distinguished Honor Roll 125- Class: Budget l'o1n1nittee 13, 45. Flubs: Fhoral 145: Le Perf-lo I"I'IlllL'ZllS 123. 45. 1f'1'lANl'ES HELEN ALEXANDER Providence Road, Seeane The chorus of good old F. D. just wouldn't be vom- plete without Frances. She's helped to make more than one musieale u success. And then, she has quite a fol- lowing, too-they trail her all over the building! School: Gym Exhibition 115. Clubs: Fhornl 1-li: llramus 115. JEAN ALLEN 233 Bayard Road, Bywood When St. Patrick chased the snakes out of Ireland, he niust have made il xnistzlke and sent Jenn along too. Hut people can proflt by llllSfilkQS. at least Vpper Darby did. So three 1-heers for St. Patrick, if he allways sends us such gr-r-rand girer-rls as Jean. School: Honor Roll 133, 453 Festival Chorus 13, 45. Clubs: Fhorzil 1-H: Le l'l-'l'1'l6 Franz-:iis 145. Page Ti rfcmz .ff Q -f' ':::: 1- f:.- I 1 I . I E9 Si? ...iii 2 5 31 1.251 ., ,XM .pq U, 5,1 u ' 'IAN Alllf' I 1' All 'I 4 Exist 1'1'm'i1l1'111'1- Road. Lzlnsdownc 11110 duy Viviun ft-ll for il ran-In-t 1lll'1IlVlll3!,' for tho I'p1-llah, 1n:1ybv1 :ind Illtlliv :1 4lIl5ll'i0I' :ind right 'thon we got hor number. II1-rv of Into though. sho sooms to bv :ill wrapped up i11 Mials :md milos ot' somoonog we ,.," ":"5":::"' fr ' '5E'fffi' ' i 1 nu H "IL " 1 11 1 ' ,, I 111 1EEE:-1:1L.--E: "' ..:.. ...., 1:55551 ..:::!:.,....1. ,... .:??i::: fig. -4', 5-:.w.:5-xggggggg. ' -L I I I tl gn ' , gn! Q1 1 nf: , fw in f . 11 I 4' A 3 7' Q L, ,Q -1 i u ' ' 1 xlx .1,x1111. ,Jw 'Nw' I . 1:1 TUQ Us i if it I 29 51 5 U1 E, 15 1 12 YQ 1 TL i 1..- 5 . fl I1 . . 1.1 gf: ii: if. if. 52 1.1 1. .V i S 1 A 1 Ln A 5' .. 1 I3 .J 12 I Q .wi 'sf ll ip J 'fl 1, 1 if ,t i 1 5 1 il ED: Y gi 1-:in't undf-rstzind. but wo gut-ss it's all right. Sa-hool: Gym Exhibition 141: Ilonor Roll 141: Art Prize 1531: Iipi-Dah 141. Class: Czlndy 1'0Illlllift0t' 11113 llzlnco Committoc 1Chuir- man 41. Clubs: Choral 1413 Lo C1-rclv F1':l1u':lis 135. 41, GLAIDYS I'ERl'ZIRA ALVARIGZ 43132 Xvlllkllillld Avvnuo, Drcxul Hill A bobbing of goldvu vurls. a palttvr of girlish foot, Il bubbling laugh 1souuds like Ray I'm-rkius taIking1-'-:u1y- way. thut's Gladys. Shefs always roody to glauldon us by re-lating some rollioking tale about South xxlIlt'l'lC'Il or by showing us thc latvst dum-o stops. Sho's up and 1-oming! School: Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 3, 41: Ilonor Roll 131. Class: Candy l'01lll1llti'00 1413 Ilzulce l'0lllllliftl'4' 111, 313 Rzlskotball 11, 21. Clubs: l'0llllll0l't'B 141. GlfZ11RGI4I MORRISON AI'l'I.I'IGATI'1, JR. 24 Montrose Avenue, Kirklyn G1-orpro is one of tho rogulars on our Cllllllllllllll soovor ftlillfl, and his Iil'Cll1'Hft' kicking: has ofton put tho ball through tho posts for good old V. 11. And whon tht- sovrvr soason is over, Gvorgo tossvs bnsvbnlls :mud his own good looks with oquzll distinvtion so that every- one sits up and takt-S notice. S:-hool: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3, 41. Sports: B2lS0llill1 12. 3, 415 S0t'l'1'1' 13, 41. Clubs: Choral 141: Ili-Y 141. JAMES IIARYIGY AIlBI't'Iilil1l 214 Killogary :x1J2il'flll0Ilt, Stone-hurst .lim doos his part to km-11 things moving: in Squirt' Hrosius' room, but that is just l't'l2lX2lil0ll. Tho ronl fun onnio in wrestling. though, whon thoy wort- planning: to get Jimmie n robot to prau-tico on. thus saving wt-ur and It-ar on would-bo wrestle-rs. ELIZABETH BLAIR AICCHIBALD 11111 Woodland Avonuo. Bywood Tall, bocolnimr, and dcbonair is our dlstlnotiva- Bc-tty. NVQ- have often woudorod why R1-tty is AIIXVIIXS so busily ovcupia-rl with lessons in homo room study. Now we know-fn cortain Don mills in tho ovoning on very fre- quont occasions for our 1i0l11lIl'0 Bvtty. School: Acorn 121: Honor Roll 13, 41. Class: Assembly Cominittvo 111: llnncv Committoe 11, 31: Home Room 'l'rs-usiirm-r 131: Party Conunittoe 111: Basketball 1115 Hoc-key 111. Clubs: Hi-Y 12, 3. 41. P11111 .SL mm cu ll ll ' ' 1g'1Q'f.iT'1 2 UT- V. nf. Wtgggrg, 13.1535 .-L ,W A w 1 vrv v .. 4 ......mu uni. ---A I' nu Il I .r- '-ji: nn , . I , in , ,, 1.- Jniuu' fa 4 'wg .... ... .A .mm ., , 1 in lllll - 'H :::.n ::'.: ". l Hg ......... .... . 1 'I 5131... 5-U '1'.... .... u- feggg 5, . 3:1 Z - u I-...mi ,, ,, ,, U-"M .... V M.. runnin 1 mi , furulorn -1 ..- mmm... 11 ,, v I 1 .Jn-N. :Hu ilu 1: I 'll u I :muslim 4 if 0 Q-un ......... . f ..::::.. .. mv-- ....-gg:1.---- - - . ,.... .4.... ,mm-. 4 l .,. RUTH SCHWARTZ BAKER 1120 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill Rudy is entirely ditferent from Barney Google's 'tHudy." but she does maintain an extra bit of mischief in her eyes. Whether Rudy Ostrich is a good conductor of electricity we don't know, but we do advise an extra charged person not to touch Rudy Baker. School: Acorn Staff 1453 Gym Exhibition 12. 353 Honor Roll 12, 3, 45g Monitor 1353 Tribunal 1-153 Typing Team 145. Class: Candy Committee 145: Magazine Committee 1253 Party Committee 1-153 Stationery Committee 145. Clubs: Ars Poetae 1453 Commerce 13. Treasurer 453 History 1453 Le Cercle Francaise 1Socretary 3, Presi- dent 453 Ili-Y 145. EDMUND BALDXVIN 227 Carol Boulevard, Highland Park A word of appreciation is due Eddie for keeping the class in touch with Vic Nicholson during the latter's illness. Ed Baldwin has red 1l!lil'Z red hair is a sign of good fellowshipeincomplete or not, that is fl good enough syllogism for us. School: Honor Roll 1253 Monitor 125. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 135. JAMES RAYMOND BARGER, JH. 1204 South Longacre Boulevard, Yeadon The Great A Sz P Tea Company will look like I1 Tea Shoppe when Squire Barger gets his chain of stores organized, for he staggers around under the weight of a mighty business brain. "Art for Art's sake?" laughed Jim when we interviewed him. "Let Art do his own work. 1'm too busy." School: Gym Exhibition 12, 35. Clubs: Art 12, 35. GEORGE LERUY BARNES. JR. 8100 XVest Chester Road. Highland Park George is tennis manager: it devolves upon him to arrive half an hour late and tell the roaring crowd that the courts won't be open. because Mr. Stevens has gone to Lansdowne. This red-haired classmate can get away with it, too, aided by a friendly smile and scientific training. Class: Play Committee 145. Sports: Tennis 1Manager 45. Clubs: Steinmetz Society 1453 Hi-Y 145. BERNICE MERCEDES BARTHMAIER 135 Heather Road, Stonehurst BerniceAthe artist of '32, Someone said that artists the World over were known for their willingness to co- operate. Now we are sure this is true, for Bernice has been the drawing power of this years lfpi-Dah and a willing helper in many school activities. School: Honor Roll 12, 3, 453 Distinguished Honor Roll 1353 Art Prize 1353 Ifpi-Dah 13, Art Editor 45. Class: Dance Committee 12, 3, 453 Magazine Committee 1453 Stationery Committee 145. Clubs: Choral 1453 Le Cercle Francais 1453 "A" Chorus 145- Page Eighteen ,A 0 . Q N . 7'g eeiefi 'Z lv lv ":' ,, ill 2 i 1 i v - I - 1 z. .3 W. :""' A 'ffflijf :ii fn ELLQ-rl , 3 at A all 1 1 lm:i ANDREXV WILLIAM BARTUN ,iff 1 "" lg? 31S Lineolh Avenue, Drexel Plaza """ 5 Andy runs up the A. A. bill every year by burning 1 holes in :I couple of catcher s gloves. It is l'Illll0I'l'll that 1? ef I ' fs Applegate was hit in the head by one of the Barton slow Q5 . E ii: balls last season, and has been wandering around in the EJ ,gs same daze ever since. Life may be just a weary river. ' L31 helzrdmits, but it's all right with hiln as long as the-re's in , a 1' o. if School: Thrift Councilor 1233 Gym Exhibition 11. 23. ', Class: Christmas Basket Committee 1131 Dance Commit- L CE, tee 133: Exeentive Committee 113. 'f C ': .' 112343. M A i f Sports Basebal , , f, , ll: 3' ' -1 . hw ' 1 ERNESTINIC RANKIN IIAYLI-ISS 4' 20 Powell Lune, Stonehursl U , La-voieifErnestine, the first to school, via bus, and IJ f the dlirst to leave. Nor can lilly pellagogue accuse this mai en of loitering i11 the halls. 1'lllY0 you ever at- . E tempted to keep up with her? 1t's a mighty fast ' proposition. .W - 2 Class: Candy Committee 143. , 3 F Q 1 Clubs: Chess 1335 Choral 143. E BLANCHE BELL f Q U37 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Ilill fj lllanche is U. D.'s original "Sunkist" beauty 11-om 3 Q Florida-with Jess hllldlllg' second honors. And. as 1 E beauties usually are, Blanche IS literally besieged by ill I 1 . Q beaux, but she merely goes into seclusion and continues 1' to hold her place among the group ot li. D. favorites. iff Sehool: Acorn Staff 1433 Gym Exhibition 11, 233 Honor l 1 - gr, ru lloll 11, 2, 3, 435 Thritt Councilor 13, 43. ,, im il Class: Candy Committee 1-13, Dance Committee 11. 213 H J l , , I 'f Executive Committee 11, 2, 33' Home Room Treasurer s , 1 . s 133Q Hockey 13, 43. Q. f Sports: Hockey 1-13. KW K, 5 Clubs: Commerce 13, 43. T, My , - lj, U I , 1 L1 1 , 1 if! li ul lj' 1 l lil F15 E. ll lf Ei 1 3 me HY ' El E I, n., ya, - K . x LT' if fflf, Q: i .' lg., Lif'E:J:1Sf'1E2 1. FRANKLIN BENSON S33 Foss Avenue, Drexel Ilill You wouldn't think that Franklin was :1 poet. but actually he snrreptitiously composes verse. Une of his poems is about 1111ll'SQ1f and ls as follows: "1 have good intentions but incorrect diinensionsf' L0l'lS JOSEPH I2IICS'l"l11l! Utiti Tunbridge Road, Yeadon As far as noise goes 1an1l tlnlt's a long way in our corridorsb there isn't anyone who can rival Lou. By his antics in Miss Gaukrodgers home room, Lou has nomi- nated himself for any nearby 1lSj'l'llUl32lllllC ward. liul. as soon as he gets away from the rest of us he'll prob- ably improve. Class: Baseball 133. P1106 Nineteen Un .. -11:22 ... M f::.':1 . :L 3 "ZZ -nl :'gg V. ..,., . .., .. .,... om - ny- t..unu"4 H , gr1,.' ' H11-1 -tm. .....n 1:1.....,l-":!1:f:!!., ,,, nn.-... 'im' wnnni: 1.-uni. In Ill I ' ' . ... - I' .,l. .t 'gg ,g, ' " lnrlln u ' ' 'N 4 , ' l nun A 2 ll ' 6 I nu. I Q I1 lr -gggg-Lgzzlr-Lxzg ul ..im,..o. ..'2....2Uff.II. ,tom-4 4- ln -v I ---Q- -. .--, ----- -- , , ,...--.. ..r.---., ----- 1 0 l T 1 1 1 I NORMAN GILL BLACK 53 South Woodlawn Avenue. Aidan Norm is a demon in sports, especially in soccer. None the less. he may be a demon in sports but he's a devil with the girls. He always 1-onies Black for more, School: Gym Exhibition 1355 Monitor 135. Clubs: Hi-Y 145. Sports: Baseball 135g Soc-eer 12, 3, 45. LICNORE PAFLINIC BLESSING S36 Mason Avenue, Drexel Hill Somehow the very name of Lenore is bewitrflling. and those dark brown eyes of Lenore do no injustice to the signifieanee of the name. Even the typewriter Lenore uses is brought under the spell and emits 51 lot of sharp tinkling noises. School: Acorn 1453 Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 45g Honor Roll 1455 Typing Team 13, 455 Festival Chorus 145. Class: The Oak: Party Committee 145. Clubs: Choral 145g Commerce 13, 453 Le Cercle Fran- eais 135. SAMUEL XVILSON BLIZZARD, JR. 7219 Spruce Street, Upper Darby Introducing His Honor, Samuel Blizzard, the storm king. There has been running in the Blizzard family a traditional anecdote. It is said that about 400 years ago one of the founders of the Blizzard dynasty took as his motto: "If a Cyclone w0n't. a Blizzard will." Sq-hool: Aeorn Agent 125: Thrift Councilor 115. Clubs: German 1153 Visual Education 115. WILLIAM BOCKVS 100 Fairview Avenue, Lansdowne There is no one who gets more fun out of his school life, nor uo one who puts more fun into it than Bill. He is great good-nature personified. Studies are the least of his worries. Sc-hool: Gym Exhibition 11255 Monitor 13, 45. Class: Executive Committee 145g Play Committee 145g Basketball 135. Sports : Football 115 . DORIS EMILY IROEIQNER 3404 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill Did you ever notice the dimple in Doris's chin? It's il deep dark mystery, but it certainly does add to the facial features of this petite maiden. Doris tells us that Penn will claim her next year for one of its own. School: Monitor 1255 Honor Roll 11. 2, 3, 45 5 Gym Exhi- bition 11, 2, 35. Class: Candy Committee 1-I5: Dance Committe 125. Clubs: German 13, Vice-President 45. Page Tucntv I .:..il ..: get ,,,,., .,... ...-.lu U- N.-11muv'1u ::::::.., :ggggg ::g::::::"' :. I :tl "Till, -,iw ' ' I' D-if ' -Q I-in QEEL, pr 'Q gg: '::::::::... ..,. 11. a Eiz... .... fE?:. 1. .EEEEEF j gi? .. . , ... ., ---.------A ,------ 4- - l 1 l I l"'fi 2" . , , MARGARET BOYD , 617 Harper Avenue, In-1-sei Inn - :::::! Pegs ungassummg air ot uneoneern and her von- 11 tugious galety have certainly aided her pup-ulurity. ' 1, lneidently, Peg falls for Charlies IIIUST of the time, but ' W this Boyd prefers 11 Cridlund to :ill others. We don't wx blame her either! School: Acorn Agent 1213 Gym Exhibition 11. 31: Honor Roll 13. 41, Distinguished Honor lloll 131, Monitor 11, 21: Tri-bunzll 1313 Festival Uhorus 13, 41. Class: Dance Committee 1315 Exe-eutive Pomniittee 1313 Magazine Committee 121g Party Uonnnittee 141: Play Committee 1315 The Oakg Btisketball 121, Clubs: Ars Pottae 1Seeret:lry 2 :ind 3. 41: Ulllblill 1413 Hi-Y 13, 413 Le Uerele Franeuis 141. KATHRYN AGNES BRADY 314 North Lansdowne Avenue, l'pper Darby Une could guess by looking :lt Kathryn that she is the lll0Sf sympathetic senior in the class of 11132. She has a kindly shoulder to leon upon. und the best pnrt of lt is that she never C0lIl11l21lllS herself. Sr-hool: Gym Exhibition 131. 1 Clubs: History 141. 1 MYRTLE MAE BRA! ve- 1? -11 South Third Street, Fernwood lf you were to eolnbine 31 good sense of humor with the sauce of quietness, find then add an :unbitious nature, und season it all with the desire to be "Some- body's Stenogu in the business world, what would you get? Why, Myrtle Bray. HAZEL ELEANUR BIIENEMAN S Harvin Road, Highland l':l1'k Xortie is Upper Darby's cure for the blues. 'ruuse somehow, after seeing hel', you just ualn't feel douzn- heatrtened. Her slnile is very eoiitagious, and the nlee thing about it is that she lends it llllllli frequently to our elever U. D. plays. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 313 1711i-112111 12. il. -lj. Cla-ss: Dance Couunittee 11, 2, 3, 415 1'luy Committee 1415 Basketball 11, 21, Hockey 11, 2, 31. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12, 31, Druinus 12, 3,1413 Tuy Wis- taxlvun 12, 3, 41, U. D. Players 1415 1Ii-X 141. RICHARD DIAMOND BRENNEMAN 106 East VVoodland Avenue, Sharon Hill And on the left we have lliehurd lirennexnun. of 3110 West Virginia Brenneinuns, li l'llt'lIllSt extraordinaire. His life in :1 state half-way down .South apparently husn t affected hiln, for he has left ll0lllllIl"-OI' else eoneealed-.- the c'l1:lrueteristic Southern drawl--inueh to our grati- tude! Class: Track 131. Clubs: Drill Team 13, 41, Pam Tu wifi one ,-- ill --1.1 . 'I 1 1 .: 1:13 -.ll I . l.. MARJORIE LIVINGSTON BRERETON 334 Owen Avenue, Lansdowne Marge was grand as "Peg O' My Heart," but she nn zen: 3 to. F -1. n mi-:1 U mf: lnmyjffll'--'urn vv l' U' nn In niuuv ,mann , , ' - -gjjjj -.nmrl-,"". ........ , -- :::: '7"5"777 ses: "" 'im 5' UH... I EEEE. Q. H1 " -1 ..::: 1 -. 1 . 1- ,,..... H v .nlnm M- " "I n mm unnuu. nit n "U r It 1 I , I 1 ' 4 didn't have to step into "make-believe" to win her Way into our hearts. Her genuine self, captaining the Hockey team and the Gold team, always called forth our deepest respect and affection. Sr-hool: A. A. Council 1413 Gym Exhibition 11, 3, 41: Honor Roll 12. 3. 415 Monitor 1315 Gold Color Captain 141g Student Council 1413 Tribunal 141. Class: Budget Committee 141g Dance Committee 13, 41: Executive Committee 1413 Senior Play: The Oak 1.-kssistant Business Manager1g Basketball 11, 21. Sports: Hockey 13, Captain 41. . Clubs: Choral 1415 Dravnus 13. Business Manager 415 Tay-Wistalvan 13. 41g Hi-Y 13, 41. JOHN MILTON BROCK S524 West Chester Pike. Kirklyu John is ll. D.'s master mechanic. He is quite an expert on Fords. Packards. and motorcycles. and he is also very adept at driving them into trucks, trees, and whatnot. Recently he decided that it was much too dau,f:erous on the ground, so .Tohn is now building an airplane for sky traffic. School: Drill Team 1313 Gym Exhibition 12. 313 Monitor 12 . Class: Track 111. Clubs: Choral 141. Sports: Football 1313 Track 1113 1Vrestling 131. DAVID EDWARD BRYAN 49 Kent Road, Stonehurst H1-re's the boy who has endured Upper Darhv's teachers from third to twelfth erades. Our sympathies and congratulations. Dave! Still another example of his fortitude is the fact that he's taken four years of French. What more can we say? K School: Gym Exhibition 111. HELEN MARIE BRYAN 346 Wayne Avenue, Drexel Plaza NYhen tennis halls begin to bounce and racquets are brought out of storage. Helen is one of the first to appear on the courts. It's a pleasure to play with Helen too. for she is a penny opponent and can be counted on for a good, stiff battle. EVELYN SFSAN BUCHANAN 38 Springfield Road. Aldan YVhen Mr. VVallic-k saw Evelvn. he said. "I'm sorry we haven't any kindergarten chairs here." VVell, she may he tiny. but her achievements are great. and whenever we see Ev. we're tempted to sing the old refrain, "Ain't she sweet 5" School: Acorn Staff 121: Honor Roll 12, 3, 413 Distin- guished Honor Roll 121. Class: Candy Committee 1413 Executive Committee 1313 Junior Play. Clogs: Alzetrarca 1413 History 1413 Le Cercle Francais Page Twentv-two ,fa . .m....l......mn vw -vm 111. 1 get . 4 .J l 111.1 to I ' Mill... ..... ,......-- - . f ii' GOIliDON SAMUEL CAMERON 7120 Sansom Street, Harwood The Camerons are coming! Almost everybody is fa- lniliar with this enthusiastic classmate. Gordon is one of those fabled fortunates who dwell in Mr. Noel's room, and whose deeds come drifting out on the wings of extravagant rumor. 1Tl1ere's where we lose our poetic license.5 school: Acorn Agent 1353 Gym Exhibition 1353 Honor R311 12, 3, 453 Distinguished Honor Roll 1251 Monitor 1L . Class: Dance Committee 135. sports: Baseball 115. Clubs: I'. D. Players 1353 Hi-Y 13, 45. HELEN GERTRUDI-I CARR 676 Rose Street, Yeadon ,All year long, Helen has led the cheers for Upper llarby, and now. we give a loud cheer for Helen her- self. When she 1sn't causing our swains to have heart palpitations, she's dancing-or winning points for the swimming team. How glad we were-and are--that she returned to us this year. Su-Incl: Gym Exhibition 1153 Monitor 11, 253 Tribunal 1 . Class: Dance Committee 1453 Executive Committee 1453 Home Room Treasurer 1453 Senior Play. Sports: Swimming: 12, 453 Cheer Leading 12, 45. Clubs: Choral 145: Hi-Y 145. l!ERNADETT'E MARIE CARROLL 217 Madison Avenue, Highland Park Bernadine's desire is to be either a stenographer or n dancing teacher. And remember, too. sbe's on her toes not only at tl1e 69th Street Dancing Academy but at our own dances. Long may Carroll carol merrily! Club: Library 115. CLARENCE VVRIGHT CARROLL, JR. 104 North VVoodJawn Avenue, Aldan After Chick graduates, he'l1 spend his time rushing between Shibe Park and the Academy of Music. The maestro has a quality which is hard to name. Intense -that's it, intense-"the Arabs live intense and are none the worse for it." recited the brilliant scholar. School: Gym Exhibition 1353 Honor Roll 13, 453 Festival Orchestra 13, 45. Class: Junior Playg Senior Playg Baslietball 12, 3, 453 Baseball 13, 45. Clubs: Dramus 13, 45. MABETH SMITH CARSON 120 North Diamond Street. Clifton Heights '32 seems to be a class endowed with the most musical interest and Mabeth joins those foremost in this interest. She aspires to be a private secretary. She has our hearty recommendation. School: Honor Roll 11. 2. 35: lipi-Dah 135: Typing Team 1453 Gym Exhibition 1453 Festival Chorus 13, 45. Class: Dance Committee 1253 The Onkg Junior Playg Senior Play. Clubs: Choral 145: Commerce 12. 3, 453 "A" Chorus 145. Page Twenty-tlzrcc l fs , 3 ll 'l. -oe .--. -l- l- I- I- I- l- l- -- -- I- I- Ill lil l- I- I-ll l- I-I I- I- I- I- -- l-l- ll Ill lllll- I- I- I- l'l I- l- II ll' 5 -.mln n . ' nu-V nm v ... . -mo... um "" ", .. 435- -Q mm. to... ,. l -.. nun '. ,. - ,. . -.. . 2.1 . ..---.-----. '- 33: ..--.-- ---.. .... . -mu W-3 - 1 ull . 1 4.5. lv '22, ' 1, ... . ,, I . I ll I l I K ll I 1 ...... , , ::' 1 v u .1 . . 4' . . -::.--,- oo, ................:..,.,Q,::iJ' .:1L'1.. .,. a. "" MARY GRACE CHVRCII 3255 Sanford Road, Stonehurst Blonde hair, blue eyes, and a ready smile produce a Grace who seems to have :1 special appeal for the mast-u+ line hearts of lfppcr Darby. We think that beneath that quiet. unassuming manner, Grace has oodles of secrets School: Acorn Agent 125: Gym Exhibition 12. 3. 45: l'pi-Dah Salesman 1255 Suburban Chorus 13, 45. Clubs: Choral 1455 History 145: 1,5ramus 145. CATHERINE JANE MONTGOMERY CLARK 843 Drexel Avenue, Drexel Hill On the right behold one of the best 'ARGPU-lllllt'tS" of our class. You will be glad you have looked. This same Catherine has be Guiled one George. Between lurks. Catherine Clark keeps lunch lines orderly. lVe can hardly remember the time when she wasn't one of our School: Acorn 1453 Gym Exhibition 135: Monitor 135: Ilonor Roll 12, 355 Typing Team 145: "A" Chorus 145. MILDREI5 DOLORES CLASPILL 210 North Oak Avenue, Clifton Heights Sometimes it is a disadvantage to have a famous sis- ter. XVhen she first arrived at I'pper Ilurby. everywhere Mildred went she was greeted, "So you're Evelyn's sis- ter." But now Mildred is known on her own merits as a prood, quiet worker and an earliest follower of l'pper School: Acorn Agent 115: Gym Exhibition 1135: Honor Z z 5....ii 1 .ie :un . I 1 1 .1 Q i l 1 which grow and Crowe. 4 a i ' W . ' , Class: Basketball 135. lx ! monitors. Class: Dance Committee 1453 The Oak. Clubs: Choral 1455 Commerce 13, 45. Darby ideals. Roll 11, 2, 35. - " Cla-ss: Memorial Day Committee 115. 4. Clubs: Commerce 12. il, 45. vv, Q PHYLLIS EMILY COGGIN T717 Parkview Road. Highland Park Admiratiou and wonder sweep us as we watch Phyllis conquer that cello. which plays a major part i11 making: our high school orchestra a success, This talented young lady gives all appearances of becoming a master in that well-loved art of music. School: Festival Orchestra 13, 45: Festival Chorus 145. Sports: Rifle 12, 35. 1 Clubs: Chess 12. 353 Choral 145: l5ramus 12, Il, 45. NICHOLAS f'ULAN'l'15NIO 1210 Myrtlewood Avenue. Llanerch Hills As fur as height is concerned, Nick is one of the small- est members of the class. but when it comes to popu- larity, that's a different story. As one of our leading "wr:1sslers," he kept Mr. lVolfgang's mats carefully cleaned all last year, dusting them with his various opponents. He comes naturally by those eyes. girls. School: Gym Exhibition 13. 45. Class: Dance Committee 125: Home Room Treasurer 1253 Basketball 12. 35: Track 135. Clubs: Choral 1455 History 13. 45. Page Tuentx fam E ,. lluizfg ' 'ov Q 1 4 .... 5 1 ,I .Soil I... ... 05 19 1 ssssss 5 lf 1 xo- 1 HELEN CHAIILICICN C15l.l'l.ASI'ltl41 215 North XVXUOIIIIJP Avonuo. Lansdowne- Weljllsth lovu to lwar Charlt-on talk. t'oming from Illinois flllS.j'.PIll', sho brought n slight but unlnistakablt. :lt-wilt, and ll svery fascinating. Although sho has be-on here tor a senior year only. sho has lllllllhlgttll remark- ably well to make up for lost timo. School: Gym Exhibition 145. Clubs: Gornlan 145. KATIIAIRINE SIZICR l'l5l.lfI T Marlborough Road, Stout-hursl Katherine is an artist in sevoral lit-lds. Sho is v1-ry talogntvd at painting and skotrliing. having: lu-Ipod tho LPI-1!31l on its way. She is also a talented talkt-r! especially in home room study period. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, Il, 453 Monitor 135: Art Prize 12, 35g ITpi-Dah 13. Assistant Art lflditor 455 Thrift Councilor 12. 45. Class: Dance Committee 12. Il. 45: Ext-1-utivo 1'omunitteo 135: Basketball 11. 2, 355 Hot-key 12. 2155 Track 115. Sports: Hockey 145. Clubs: l'll0l'i1l 455 l'0llll1lL'I'L't' 13. Vit-1--l'r1-simlt-lit 455 Art 11. 2, 3. 45. MADGE CHAMHICIRS CUNAHI5 126 Wayne Avenuo, Aidan Madge is deeply interc-stod in l'llt'llllSfI'Y7ll0llSl'll0l1l rheinistry that IS-Sll1C6 she's a loyal supnortvr of tha Home E1-ononiics course. Shcfs a vt-ry industrious and very conscientious workor, and quite rightly havv wo llilllltld her our "smiling lieutenant." School: Honor Roll 11, 2. 353 Monitor 115: Thrift Foun- cilor 125. Clubs: Ars Poetav 12. 3, 45g Le Corvlo l"l'llll1'lllS 1255. ISAIZICL MARY t'15NWAY 521 YVintield Avonue. llywood If lsalwl wanted io. sho could make a fortum- ondors- ing preparations to hs-aulify oyos and grow lon! oyo- lashes. Those eyes would rathor seo a ,2'lllllt'. or work havm- at a dance. than study a book: m-vor mind. Isabel, yon Won't always have to takm- Fronvh ts-sts. St-bool: Gym Exhibition 11. 2. 155: Monitor 1235: Thrift lfounrilor 11, 2, 3, 45. Class: Vandy Clllllllllfli-'O 145: School Pin f'l5lllllllllL'1' 1251 Home Room Trensuror 125: Magnzinn Fonimittoo 125: Pm-nnant Conunitteo 125: Haskt-thall 11. 2. 353 Ilot-key 11, 25. Clubs: Choral 145: Latin 125: Lo 1'1-rl-lo Franvais 145: Library 12, 3, 45. WILLIAM IS1515'l'lI 1"llAIG 21115 Bayard Road. Bywood Some of I'. I5.'s football toain voul1ln't post- for this picture. but lu-re's a large part of it. llill has toted pig epiderinises so far that he-'s oxlvoctillg' a Svholarship from Armour K Co. 11-xc-use us. Gus Vogt5. The girls don't want him to play on the base-ball ft-'Illll, ll1'l'llllS0 he'l1 have to put that vatt-lu-1"s mask over his favo. Ilopression? Huh! not wht-n wt- got a llill like this from Roxborough. Sm-hool: Monitor 1I'resident 45. Class: Senior Play. Sports: Football 145: Hi-Y 145. P0176 Tzzwrtx'-H"e ,ff .. .,, .... .1 1 11.11" 'l , , .JI-I. -1.-.1 ..... !i!.....,.-":.!f.!'!. ,--. .1-.1-my 'Mm' ...Hi-.1 ,.--H... -:-,. .- H .,.,, mm, ......l ,HW .-.. ..,., ..,...H -.--.., -v - - 1 " ff ':::.... -- A 1. 1.1 . 1. ' , ' I A I um- nln 1 , " u ml . 1 1 --::::i::. 1:1 .. .L "' ,..JJ ""' :::: 1 ff . ::::::: :::1 - zz: .. -':::: 1 . . :::::r" 1' 1 -- v "'Z"""" - "' " " I . .HICL fi.. ..-I "IZ: : H333- --ZZ""ZZZ,:::1--2L"' 'rl 1 ...............1...1.i...... '...... .- JI" 32:11-HH ,.'A1:143E::: nu Y I at 1 . .- I 1 1 .i ,..n ""' 1 .::., . lr0ll1Vl'llY MARGARET ClilCAMl1Ill : 1001! Ywlllllll AVl'llll0. YUULIUII ' Dot is tho Lady Llllllll0I'H1l of I'. D.,.f0r she has car- riwl hui' good-will Illlll ki111ln1-ss :1111l fr111111ll1111-ss to illlll from lllilllj' high schools. Hut just ns Lindy always had l Rl Goal. so Dot's objevtivv was Vpper Darby. 'l wus the h host sm-le-Ption sho haul uve-r 111311101 ILXNIICI. IGIJWAHIP CIKICIGIKY 11102 l'l1il1ls -XVl'lllll', 1ll'l'XQl Hill 1ln1-1- 011 :1 spring: day llnn was Cilllgllf XV2llld0l'lllg in thc' I'i11I1ls with p1-1111,-il 111111 papa-1' in his hand. Believe it or not, Imn was 1'0lll1HDSillg' poetry. The- C0llflSCZlf0d slim-ts r1sv1-1111-11 tho following: I've t1':1vPl1-d far and wi1l1-, but :lt l'. Il. I'Il nhi1l1-, with "Devi" hy my si1l0. Svhoul: Gym l1Ixl1il1iti11n 13IQ Thrift Councilor 131. Class: 111111119 l'U1llllllfl00 131g Exocutive C0llllllll'fl'0 1535. Sports: l"11ottJz1ll 141. Clubs: Drill T4'?llll 125. JEAN MIRIAM l,'Rl'IGU 5211 Laurell lloml. Y1-mlon .loan has 11ov1-r disturhell u slvtllrillg student or l'1lllSl'll 1111 irate t1J:1cl1Pr to ph-1111 for qulot. Evidently she be- lieves ill the- olll mnxini, "Silvn11e ls g'0ldL'll." How12x'e1', w1-'ve l'w11n nioro than thaxnkful for ll1'l' loyal. lllli15Sllll1- ing m-open-utioll. and w1- k11ow that West Cln-ster Bor- mal will like her ns 111111111 as wo do. l"llANClS DUNNICLL CREW T555 1'o1111or1l Awnm-, Dr1-x1-l Hill XVIIOIIOVHI' Frank goes out with Zl girl, his age provus to he an Ulllfllllil. Her naturally f6'llllTlllll' curiosity :1ro11s1-fl, she usually asks l1in1 110W old he is. And he usually ilIlSXV4'l'S. "l 1lon't know how ohl l :img lllll liku Topsy, l just Crew." S1-hool: Monitor 135. Class: D11111-e f'1JIllllllflt-'H 1751: Exoolltivo C0llll1lltlfl-'C 1453 Ilmno llooin Tl'01iSll1'Bl' 121g Track 121. Sports: Football 13, 415 Truck 12. 355. Clubs: Hi-Y 12, 3, 41. WI1TKl.Il1'FE WYATT Clillilill 654 llroxf-l Avvnue, Drexel Hill All ll0l'S1!llS who can spoll YVick's lirst llillllf' r1-:11lily are his fric-nds for life. Among other things, Wick is lllll'l'k-'Sli-'tl in 1ll'illll2lflC'S in ge-111-f1'111 und 1-luss plays i11 pzxrticlllnr, for when "Peg U' My Heart" pluyvd at I'. D., he gave Clark Gable a run for his lIl0ll9y. school: Grin Exhibition 11, 215 Monitor 131. Class: S1-hool Pin l,'o111111itte1- 12.13 11511100 C1Jlllll1lttC0 111g .Iunior Playg Senior Playg Basketball 11j. Sports: Clieor Leading 11. 2, 3, 43. Clubs: Clmrail 1415 l'. D. Players 1455 Avro 111. ff, l ,ff -... MQ- l l Pagv T'wentv-sir 3 uv 9' . . . ull I ki NN' n muln::- Mu u ui :mln I u I u. nu11nn1"' o ,nm 1 mm ' 1-----H--V .N no 1 I . V n ..... . 1 If 1 . -,, mm Hffefv.. 21 JH... ::-..-.. '11 'lull - ' -...Hn -.- , nn ll lmunm -::f .- -1-, 5- m.o.... --::-- , .-.-. 1 I nIH:1"" ------.- .. 3:33 LHARLES MERRIIL LRIDI AND T55 t,ornL,1l Avenum. llrextl Hill Behold a worthy member of the ritle team--1 harlie Cridland himself. Besides shooting bullets at a paper and words at Vergil, he is quite a naturalist. Incidentally, he is very interested in wild life, especially "Boyds," School: Acorn Agent 1215 Drill Team 12, 31: Gym Exhibition 11, 215 Honor Roll 12, 315 Monitor 1C11air' man, 2, 31. Class: Vice-President 1119 Executive Committee 11, 415 The Oak: Track 131. Sports: Rifle 1Manager 3, 415 Soccer 1115 Track 131. Clubs: Hi-Y 13, 41. MARGARET ANN CROWE 3118 Maple Avenue. Drexel Ilill A glance at the activities below will show you that Peg has something to erow about. ller capacity for making and keeping friends has led us to believe that with Peg it is "Once a friend, always a friend." School: Gym Exhibition 11. 21: Honor Roll 11. 215 Monitor 12. 313 I'pi-Dah 1111: I'pi-Dah Salesman 12513 Festival Chorus 13, 415 "A" Chorus 141. Class: Candy Committee 141: Dance Committee 12. 3. 41: Blagrazine Committee 121: Party Committee 1111 Pen- nant Committee 131g Basketball 11, 2, 315 Hockey 11, 2. 31. Clubs: Ars Poetae 1415 Choral 1415 Dramns 12, 3, 41: History 13. 41. JOSEPH WILLIAM CVMMISKEY 113 Oakley Road, Highland Park .Toe is quite a mischief makerfoutside svhoo15 in school. he's the delight of all teachers. His secret, folks, is the possession of rare judgment and rare accomplish- ment, which enable him to hide his double life from most eyes. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 21. ALFRED HECTUR LEWIS CURRY 4035 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill Al one of our scientific-minded students and quite a radio expert. In keeping with this dignified position he has also become a moustache grower of no little experience. Al is so frequently oe-Curry-ing in the oddest moments that we have really lJCL'0lll0 very ac- eustomed to him. Villain? No! School: Acorn Agent 12. 315 Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 31. Class: Dance Committee 12. 315 Home Room Treasurer 1412 Junior Play: Meniorlal Day Committee 1315 Play Committee 13, 415 Senior Play. Clubs: Dramus 133 Steinmetz Society 111. ELEANOR MILLER DALE 1024 Linden Avenue, Drexel Hill NVe all know that little song. "Cross Hill and Dale." Vivarity and good spirits distinguish everything Eleanor puts her hands on-or her feet. for that matter. because she's a trackster-we mean track star. School: Gym Exhibition 1315 Honor Roll 131: I'pi-Dah Agent 131. Class: Candy Committee 141. Clubn: Commerce 13. 41. Page Trefzitv-scrrm 1 1 ll of 1 .- --313 ummm ,V ' '. ------ . --- I ::..:SZ2.-l2 N 'UNI 4 ,.n N.. .5---nm - 144. .in ... I I I I ' I DAISY ISABEL DASH 93 Keystone Avenue, Bywood Daisy's name really belies her person, for Daisy is invariably dashing hither and yon since she arrives usually at one-half minute of nine every morning. Per- haps some day she'll tire of "dash"-ing and then! School: Gym Exhibition 11, 255 Honor Roll 12, 3, 45, Ifpi-Dah 145, 'Typing Team 145. Class: Dance Committee 1355 Memorial Day Committee 'Inna 5 I I . I . I I vl ::," ' "::':N!IJI. -,TSEQHEIII-'Q ......:... 'gm , . ..::::.:... 1311-.. " -' ':..:::u 'W' ' ' If '1:i......: 'gygggg .. 1 I ... , u . .::.::::"' 2 M' ri.-'. .. . 221- ' .., IL 5,0 'e 1 . QI . QI ' X5 I I 's .-, it 1155 Play Committee 135. Clubs: Choral 1455 Commerce 12, 3, 45. BENJAMIN DAVIS 10 Wellington Road, Stonehurst If you can't find Ben anywhere, be sure that you look once more in the Acorn ol'l'ice, for Ben is always there working so unobtrusively. Last fall Ben kicked punts for the football team, but all year he's hurled pun1t5s at us. Well, we lived through it, and Ben is still safe and 1more or less5 sane! School: Acorn Stal? 12, 3, 455 Gym Exhibition 1255 Honor Roll 12, 3, 455 A. A. Ticket Salesman 145. Class: Track 115. Sports: Football 145. Clubs: Chess 135. ETHEL MAE DAVIS 202 Barrington Road, Stonehurst We've christened Ethel the "Elsie Gross of '32," for she's been the life saver of many assembly and club programs. But always behind her ever-welcome mono- logues is her generous and willing spirit-which is mainly the secret of her success. "Eh-what-what?" School: Acorn Agent 1455 Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3, 455 Monitor 12, 3, 455 Thrift Councilor 12, 35. Class: School Pin Committee 1255 Dance Committee 12, 355 Memorial Day Committee 1353 Party Committee 11, 455 Play Committee 1455 Basketball 125. Clubs: Choral 1455 Dramus 1455 U. D. Players 145. WILLIAM EDWARD DAVIS 11 YVest Baltimore Avenue, Clifton Heights Bill Davis is the personitication of that famous saying, "Great things come in small packages." He was a great help to Mr. Milne with his soccer team5 most of the rivals loomed right over him or clse Bill ran under them. School: Gym Exhibition 12, 3, 45. CHARLES MICHAEL DEMETRIADES, JR. T100 Sellers Avenue, Bywood Ile-sides being the master mischief-maker around school Charlie is Mr. Diehl's model student. He admits that when he comes into a trig class that he has never been in a thicker fog except the time in biology class when he thought that Darwin originated the 'Theory of Elocu- tion" and the "Origin of Speeches." School: Honor Roll 135. Clarsg, Iglogge Room Treasurer 1255 Basketball 1255 Track L. -, . - S I., ij Elf I Page Twentx eight n ll -1 - s r 1 1 11 E .. -sew" "1H1f1"Lml.,. 25521: 2155135221111-1 , i If 433- 1.1. "':Q:l"' 'LQZHT 55?-1 T M 1 1-if . ' i:::"' asa 1 -,Y, gg? ,,4, mu.. , ffa, .. .. 125552 g ,gas 553555 . . . . .,.. . I Hg..- ... I. ily... I G1tA1'lC lalhxixilz l1l4lBl1+l'l'IlIAI1I'IS 11 . wif!" sl 71011 S1-llt-rs Aw-11111-, llywood, I':l. .' 5.4 Q. Whon Gran-o tirst P31110 to Vppor Darby sho wus known if . .. L - .11. 1 ill' ., 111-vziliso of hor nanu-. Now. lll'l' naimo is known bot-uuso ,,,.:t ii L- of h01'. Sho enjoys life. enjoys work, enjoys I11'0l1lQ'i """ QQ, J, thut's why she gots along so well. 'Ui Svhonl: Gym Exhibition 13. 41: I1isting:uisliv1l Honor , gn lH1llt1'41: I'pi-I1a1li,12, 3, 41: lfostivzil Chorus 13. 41: n a ,. nl. " tri 't Councilor 4 . Class: Arbor Imy Clomniittov 111: Assombly Uommittve , lr rug 141: Ilnnvo Committee 13. 41: Junior Play: M1-iuorial .1 if L1 lmy Uounuittee 11. 31: Senior Play: Thu Unk, Party ' 'V l'ommitt1-o 141: Play Committoo 13, 41. F' 5 YL' Sports: 'l'1-nnis 13 and 41. H L' Clubs: Algetrnrvn 131: Ars Pot-tzlo 12. 3. 41: Uhoral 141: ,Q L, Latin 12. 3. 41: 'l'ay-Wistzllvan 12. 3. 41: l'. 11, Players fy ,E 141: Drnmus 121, Vic-1--I'i'4-siwlont 41: History 131: Hi-Y pf 141. or 1 If' H Val? Y , A +7 I'HIL11Nllf11NA MARX l1l1lPAl L 1' 7:39 svest Cliostor rikt-, 1-mrwoml 2 Phil's a flush of Hzlmo in person. No nmttor how' Il2l'l'd ,,. Phil tries to bo serious. that hiddon spark of unsohiof .1 L, always loops lout. If tlwrv wvrv more liko Phil, the do- ! pre-ssion wou d be Pasy to boar. Hug School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 31. Hass: Play f'0llllIllf.100 131. ,. 1 1, as fl? in L 1 Q 1 L Z1 , Q in JOHN .I11Sl'l-PH l1l1'IilCI311lIM. JR. A1 gi 142 Glvnoov Rllild, St0llQ'lllll'St ,Q "Ji Hero. frionds. is tho frionml of tho working ps-oplo and 1 . 1.1, su-hool students. l1n1"o ho llivkobohm and blow up Il high 5' U st-hool. Throe vhoorsi Now ho has .lohnod thc- Navy. ' l 1. 1 S1-hool: Gym Exhibition 1121, Honor lloll 13. 41. wi ' lm 1 ff . Lt . I it I1-1 x if 1 ri.. I M'7 Glfllllullfl .l11Sl11l'lI DISNEY ar, .. f 1 ll -J Q 1 ff. lji rw grf L12 , i vt if is wg 435 Copley Road. Sf0llt'lllIl'Sl Hills H1-1'1-'s :n follow who van go plat-vs :md :lo things when ho has ambitious tendoiivios, His oxtm-nsivo V01'Ill1lll2iI'j'. whivh ho SOIIIPHIIIOS :iirs for tho hom-tit of his English tom-lim-r or sundry otlu-rs, usually sounds like :1 Harvard profs-ssor's. No doubt he-'ll mziko good us Goorgo lhsm-y. l'h.I1.. Profossor of Gem-rnl Information. S1-hool: Gym Exhibition 1111 Honor Roll 121. VIRGINIA INHZ I1lX 3-tl? Mzlrshnll lload. 111-1-xol Hill Along with ull tho vnrious other duties that sho has boon culled upon to do. "Ginny" has found timo somo- how to kqvp note-s for our honoralblo vlass. Shffs be-on :i most loyal worker for l'. ll. and sho 1-:m't dvny that she-'s tho fore-most funstor of us nll. S1-hool: Ar-orn Agvnt 111: Gym Exhibition 11. 2. 3. 41: Monitor 11, 21: Thrift 1'ouns-ilor 131. Class: Sovrotary 131: Unndy 1'ommitt1-o 141: l1:in1'o Com- mittvo 12. 3, 41: I4Ix1-1-utivo 1'0lllIllIff00 1211: Homo Room 'l'r1-usllrm' 131: Play Uomniittoo 141. Clubs: f'0llllll4'l'l'0 13, 41. Page T nrnix mm III II II IQ II I- I1-IIC II I- I- I1 II I1 ll ll I- 'Sl I1 II I- IQ SI I1 IHIIII lQl1I- I1 ll IH IQ II ll Ill 1.-4. l ! 7. ., ' 7 ! I uu--nunlllll HIU: - 1 :::::!... .. - ....... ... .1 , -' - ' --' :sure "' 'I vu ln' ......... 1 ll ft 1 ll l'!' 1 .2 lull ..L ELIZABETH ANNE DOERNBACH 606 Fairfield Avenue, Bywood Qf the two Doernbaeh sisters, Betty is perhaps the quieter and more demureg a pair of flashing blue eyes vombined with her truly German name make her a de- lightful companion, indeed. Betty's latest is "A Moni- toring We Will Go." School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2. 353 Honor Roll 11, 2, 3, 453 Monitor 1459 Debating Team 145. Class: Candy Committee 1453 Dance Committee 13. 453 Exeeutive Committee 1251 Memorial Day Committee 1455 Play Committee 135. Clubs: History 13, 453 Latin 12, 3, 45g Tay-Wisialvan 12, 3. 45. KATHARINIG I.UL'ISE DUIIICNIRACH G06 Fairlield Avenue, llywood The other half of the Doornbaeh pair and another rep- resentative of the Doernbaeh clan is Katharine. At all the games she's 0116 of U. D.'s most faithful rooters, and whenever Katharine is near, no one can possibly have a dull moment. School: Acorn Agent 115, Gym Exhibition 11, 25: Thrift Councilor 135. Clubs: First Aid 135: Chess 145g Choral 145. RICHARD LESLIE DULTUN T114 Sellers Avenue, Bywood This is not the Dolton who will carry the mail to Yeadon. Dick has muscles that make an ox look just plain silly: that's why two of the best ways of com- miting suicide we can think of are trying to take a foot- ball through guard or getting on a wrestling mat with our school strong man. School: Gym Exhibition 12. 455 Honor Roll 145. Sports: VVrestling 135g Football 145. Clubs: Choral 145. JOHN ANTHONY DOODY, JR. 1001 Beliield Avenue, Drexel Hill How Jack discovers popular songs long weeks before anybody else is an unsolved mystery, maybe he writes them all himself. "Speak tor yourself, John"g he did, and gained a Jane in the process. That's what turns biographers green with jealousy. sc-hool: Gym Exhibition 12, 35, Monitor 145. Class: Dance Committee 1353 Executive Committee 1353 Basketball 1353 Baseball 135. Clubs: Choral 145, German 145. ALEXANDER DUSKOW 223 Barrington Road, Stonehurst Heres the keeper of the Steinmetz seal. Hal Grube wants to know what they feed it 1the sealg this is a friendly b1ography5. He also manages to manage the x-country team, make the distinguished honor roll look impressive, and win an unbelievable number of awards. Maybe that's why we're always running across the eognomen of this same Doskow. School: Honor Roll 112, Il, -Hg Distinguished Honor Roll 12,'35g Acorn Staff 1455 Englisll Prize 12, 35, Physics Prize 135, Student Council 145. Class: Executive Committee 1253 Pennant Sticker Com- mittee 145g The Oak. Sports: Cross Country 1Managor 45. Clubs: Steinmetz Society 13. Vive-President 45. 1 E E 1 Q 1 . UT? 'Sql rf vl I nn -nu S . . f 1 1- g - . li 'J l. Q Q in Page T111-1 ty 4- , 11- ix Q LHALIBS l'l-IUMAS I1t,1l'blAS Jli. '2 Arch Qtreet. Clifton Heights H1-1'c's an artist who doesn't, want to hc confused with an artiste. Charles is a co-ed 1itor1 of the I'pi-Dah. and has proven that he can draw a "mean" bead on a target. More power to him. as someone once said about ---:Si .... .., ot.. til 1 lulll ' I A II "I IU -.-1 2. ,, ,. .:::: "' til I . --. . ,i :::::::. 55 .. 1. ll "1 .JI 'f "" ::::: 1 '::- 22211 ' T: 'L I. ' . "'1:2 1 ru :::::"' 2' ,--- ----' , 1 f I .t .. ,.: ::1. XT. :::::: 2 g::: .. ..!!.... .t.. 11 :Zin -V 4- ... .--.- . .I . 1: 11' . . .. . . . . .. . , 1 , .1 . - - Q. JL ft- 1 l -1.-r if, E11 Sas 1 if xx 1 X E , . , Q is' My we . f if grit . . 5 E? 1 15 Q L11 ii.. Lui 2 4 J gt.. ffff gal: rs? 1,1 1-1 451 Yi? ii-13 'Lg' 1, f ft: as tit E13 131 1 1. 11 2 11? '11 E if I 2:2 , 1 iff 115. if i 1 1? 1 . rj.-L'xt, somebody much less interesting. important. and friendly Z School: Gym Exhibition 12, Il, 41: Honor Roll 131: Art Prize 131: l'pi-Dah 13, 41, Drill Team 11. 2, 31. Class: Dance Committee 141: .lunior Play: Senior Play: Track 13. 41, Sports: Rifle Team 13, 41. Clubs: Choral 141: l'. 11. Players 141: llitle 1Sccretary- Treasurer 3, President 41. I1lARGl'l4llll'l'l'l MARY DUWI1 411 Spruce Avenue, Bywood XVc discovered that Marguerite is endowed with many K'llLl1'lllS"l'llI'ly brown hair, quick alert eyes with a hu- morous twinkle in them. But. it took Miss Lawrence to discover that she could play basketball and Mr. Dengler to discover that she could sing. School: Acorn Agent 1215 Gym Exhibition 11, 2. 31. Class: Candy Committee 141: School Pin Committee 121: Magazine Committee 121: Basketball 11, 2. 251. Clubs: Choral 141, Library 121. ANNE ELIZABI-ITII IJRPINNUN G Cedar Lane, Highland Park lt's terribly hard to praise 'Lisibetl1. because she just smiles and says. "Uh, that wasn't anything." But you may be sure that it was something.: and that it was well done. WVl1etl1er it's lllflIl5l1'l'lll1.Z' the hockey team or teas- ing lid Fay in 2221, she can be counted upon to do her best. School: Gym Exhibition 11. 212 Honor Roll 11. 2. 3. 413 Distingruished Honor Roll 121, Latin Prize 111: I'pi- Dah 12, 3. 41: Thrift Councilor 1251. Class: ,Budget Committee 141: Candy Committee 141: Dance Committee 131: The Uak. Sports: Hockey 1Manager 41. Clubs: Algetrarca 13. 41: History 13. 41, Latin 13, -113 Le Cercle Francais 141: Hi-Y 13, 41. RICHARD IIAIIGRICAVIGS DIIISCOLL 4034 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill llere is a boy who can really be said to have made good. When he started out as a freshman and sopoho- more, he would torture the librarians to their wits' end. Last year an improvement was noticed. And this year, well, if he didn't make good. he was made good. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2. 3, 413 Monitor 131: Tribunal 131: Thrift Councilor 12, 41. Class: Assembly Committee 141: Dance Committee 13. 41: Party Committee 131: Play Committee 141: liaskr-t4 ball 1211: Track 131. Sports: Cross Country 13. 41. Clubs: History 1Secretary 3. Yicc4I'residcut 41: Ili-Y 13, 41- ROBEli'l' CAAIICRUX l1ltlSCt1LL 4034 Huey Avenue, Drexel Hill Presenting, Robert Driscoll, scientist, statesman. scholar. and special lion. Bob is so busy with Stein- metzing. Student Conneiling. and teaching Mr. Kehl how to learn chemistry. and being a general pal, that he can truly say, "I never heard of that song 'l'ime Un My Hands'." School: A. A. Council 13. 41: Honor Roll 111. 412 Monitor 111: Steinmetz Device Prize 131: Student Council 1Vice-President 3, President 41: Tribunal 12. President 415 Gold Captain 141, Stage Manager 11, 2. . Class: Vice-President 131:-Assembly Committee 141: Budget Committee 1Chairman 41: Dance Committee 12. 31: Executive Committee 131: Junior Play: Memorial Day Committee 13. 41: Track 11. 21: liaby Day Com- mittee 131 sports- Lroes Lountrv 12 taptam I nd 41: lrack 11. tluh-e stou 141 t mnntf 11 1 Pain' Thirty om' 1 1 1l1l-l1-1HIlIlHl- I1 IQIIIIIIIH l-IISIQIIIIQQI-IHIIIClHl1l1l1llIUIU lllllli ,U 3 f' f -V - , . 1 1 , ., " .... 7 1 . ' -. ' ... '. ' l a " --- , ,.4,,...-.,- .coo ,,.z..w,7e?:f..9245 A 2. 3. 41. ' A K ' ' .: Hin : S e' 1 '. . L. 3. 415 Hi-Y 123. 41. ...........-.tn ,, um , -1- -it---r will H- ' ...H-...t --- --fo--H' ,. 3- -Z.2 Hmm W NHS?" Ht..." , I -.7..... , :ZZ : ":: H.. 1 5-gg E12 2' 1 -It --.. C ... --:: .. ---- , "':g .. - .. 3 ' "' :::::: 1 : : ---. '- :::: ..., " x::J v in .::::r"' -- ::: :.-- :gin A .:-. nm pu. ,, A' 'xml J: ------ :' -.- --.-- ...-1.::1.-.,. 1 wh- .. ns, --"': .- --- ------- I "" 5 ANNA VERONICA DIIERR 384 Avon Road, Bywood Anna may become a stenograpller, but she wants to be a dramatics teacher. She says she loves all kinds of dancing. but she hates gym. How about that other "Jim," Anna? Quite a changeable lady! School: Honor Roll 133. EDNA ALBERTA EATTUCK 1000 Duncan Avenue. Yeadon Edna is one of the unfortunates who has struggled through two Englishes i11 one year. Besides writing essays. compositions, etc.. Edna has found little time to participate in other activities. For a remedy we pre- scribe an extra year packed full of extra-curricular goodies. School: Gym Exhibition 133. Class: School Pin Committee 143, Memorial Day Com- mittee 133. Clubs: Commerce 13, 43. STANLEY EDSON I-ZCKERT S35 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill VVay back i11 the good ole days when our building cradled the eighth and ninth graders, Stan was president of the Visual Education Club. He quit his job, because as he says, "T'here's not mueh to see now I" School: Acorn Agent 11, 23, Gym Exhibition 11, 233 Monitor 11, 23. Class: ,Dance Committee 1135 Home Room Treasurer 113: Basketball 113. Clubs: Visual Education 1President 1, 23. MARY ELDRIDGE 19 Marlborough Road, Stonehurst Negligent secretaries mean nothing to Mary. for she keeps on working just as hard finquire as to details3, and Latin goes on just the same. As to her ability there is no doubt, and whatever line Mary chooses we hope that she succeeds. School: Honor Roll 133. W Clubs: Chess 13, 435 German 143: Latin 12, 3, 43g lf. D. Players 143. FLORENCE JOAN EYGELHURN 462 Lombardy Road, Drexel Park Floss and he are always seen together. No wonder. lVho could help but admire Floss's rosy cheeks 1old fashioned variety3 and sparkling brown eyes as she hll'l'l'l9S along School Lane at five of nine. Sometimes we think that even Mr. Twoes wishes she wouldn't gage her time quite so accurately. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 335 Monitor 13, 43g Home Room Treasurer 123. Class: Candy Committee 1435 Party Committee 123: Hockey 133. Clubs: Choral 143. Page Thu ti two ,! uns n. .- Q I- I II II I- IS -1 I1 IS ll I1 IQIQIDZIQ II IC ll ll ll ll 1 vw, . -fu 1 1 Q 1 1 1 .. ,. , ,.-4 ..,.,......nm "I ""'.....1-11 Hilti... III '1!222l1llI" ::::::.:: - Y- -......,., ,II-1, .-79:3 :i21,-- F 'l' ' 'H , ::1:: "" 'CHI 71 II... -..I ,- 1 1 I .::I '11 .gzz Q ,:::::' - 112 -::' ,-.. -: 111 'I 'I I' zzz: .I not .-::2g?" E' -ii H v i::: It ilk. ..' ,. ,.:.:::. ..Lf. .:::: 1:::.. ,g 111- ,-::.. ---M--blivvl,-AY in nm. ..... ,.,.... ,......,.. .----'Ito -1- 'I ----' -I -gy L:1-... ,:.-::L.f... W-.. -..,1, I.,, i. ,, 1 'QW''ffii'55m1"M"lWlW'W'M M APY I-I ll Xl I III I NI I I .ai ., -. .. I Z. fl 11" 1119.11 ' I K .l, EAA , im' " L K2 School Lane and lfldmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill fl' lt's extremely ditlieult to eateh Mary Lib-lhe bloom- Ii ing secretary of the senior elass-goinrr. a glimpse of a 1V FJ smileegoingr, a cheery wave oi' the liand---gone. And 155 Mary Lib always arrives in good fashion. I j ft School: Acorn Staff 12, Il. -llg Debating 141: Monitor 12. :V 'il 3. 41: Student Government Prize 139: Student Conn- E . 5 E eil 13, 43g T'ribunal 12, Iibg Thrift Councilor 1" 3b ff' Class: Seeretary 1-ll: Candy Cominittee 1-ll: Danee Com- QIQ LI: mittee 1313: Executive l'0lllllliftPl' 141: Play l'llllllllllf00 13113 Basketball 12, 31: Hockey 12, 33. fi, Clubs: Ars Poetae 12. 3. 452 German 1431 History 145: :V Latin 12. 3, ljg Tay-Wistalvan 12, ll, -lj: lli-Y 1" 'l V- i 1 President ll. If 'Ji Q ii iii liI'1I'llEN CARL ICRIUKSUN Q 22 North Ardsley Road, Highland Park .if Leif the Lueky discovered Ameriea in-you know when. ,X This later Erickson discovered I'. D. this school year, eg and everyone eoneerned felt just as lueky as l!ube'S Wg great-great-etc.. grandfather. Anyhow, we know now , who put the "heart" in Penn Charter. 1- gals: Llairee Ififmliililittteg HJ. .- ' u sz . . avers . iii ' lf' I .15 I I . ir, If ,I ! i ,Ei Q-,I JOHN WILLIAM ESI'0'l"l', JR. T409 Rogers Avenue. Bywood ' ISI Nobody thinks of calling him anything but ".Iack." tl H . . - . - - I. - , 33, 1.5 lhe first ue sau of hun. he was reciting Friends. ,Q 92 Romans, eountrymen . . and he's been at it ever .Q 5,32 since. Aside from that. .laek's a Simonized 1synonym gg, 1 135 for polisliedj debater and a great friend for anyone. School: Aeorn Agent 131: Ilolxor Roll 1-lj. .11 fig Class: Dance Committee 131g 'l'1'aek 135. IU i 1 , 1 3 .2 pit Clubs: lhoral 141. ,J zz iii iq I-32 New fi? MAPY 1+:I.1zAm:'1'H nvaxs :aan I'pland way. in-ext-1 Hill if ,Qi You must eertainly reeall the tall brunette who was gig 1,3 forever bothering' the lunehing Seniors and remarking, 5, Hg "Does anyone else want to pay her dime for the Llbrarq Ulub social?" Forget the dime and give us -' L, time . arv. Em gl Y - Qji School: Gym Exhibition 13. -lj. i' M Class: Uandy Committee 1-lj: Basketball 135g Hoekey 11. . 1 Clubs: Chess 1-ljg History 1-ljg Library 1-lj. WALTER SAMFEL FALK, JR. My 1005 Wilde Avenue. llrexel Hill . ' Walter has been a monitor, but through no Falk of his own. Call out the blooalhonnds, a punster is loose l again! Although Walt is one of our best wrestlers, he's I afraid he'll never go far i11 that fleldg people can pro- nounee his name. Sr-hool: Aeorn Agent 131: Gym Exhibition . Monitor 145. Class: Ilanee Committee tl. -ll: Home Room Treasurer 11. 31: Memorial llay Committee 1133 Traek 133: Base- ball 1l. 2, 31. v-f 'M I 1 Page Tlrirti three I I . :' n ul .....n I 3- ,..+' .-...:.......... .Jill .f...o-li'-Qggmm, -- V" WA' ilffifzx. Jffiii' '1T!J2illi"' ::.:,: :::' ,.--- ' if "EEE, ': ""::: A--' 'HH' 'A ' 5- ' iii'i:EE 331 1 - ' "' ' 211 'f -.Gnu --- ::::l-Y ig: A "NH '1 I 2:53 -ia "HRV 32: " --::"' , f ,T A ,.,. . . . ..... . ,, ---s :"iE:... 452552: .. .. ,, -W 121552 5-.- "II: ' . v :L 'M' MARTHA LUFISE FAIKLUXV Hill' 11125 Dunvan Avonuo. Yeadon Hero we lmve the original combination of pop. vim. , and vigor. Marty Lou just bubble-s over with vivnuity V -even after she makes her exit from l'l1l'llllStl'j' rlnss- :1s always, acconipnnied by ax group of admiring gill- lauts. School: Gym Exhibition 12. il. 411 Thrift Councilor 12. rib. Class: Candy t'ommitte1- 14lg Junior Play: llalskotbflll 131. Clubs: lfll0l'?l1 1-lig lll'HlllllS 141. .TAUUH FIIEDIGRIUK I"Al'S'l' T534 Ilogs-rs Avi-nuo. Highland Pzlrk .lnko is one of those pe-ople who 1-:in laugh at lift- and got, ova-ryone else to llllljlfll with thorn. Thoy say tht' instructor of tho bnnd is just Dotti ovor this follow. Jziko is planning to write- ax sutiro on Cliinvse- restau- rants and call it Chow Mein Stn-ot. EDWARD CHARLES FAY, Jll. 329 Shadolaind Avenue. Drexel Hill As tho only member of the drill team who 1-:ln swing ons- of thoso guns around without braining himself. Ed has won ull the prizes in sight. Don't ask us why he cun't brain himself: it might elubarrass him. XVhen he gots time otf from his gunning :ind soccer. Ed nlanngros to kvep the girls in suspense and himself in suspenders. School: Acorn Staff 12. 3. 41: Acorn Agent 111: Drill Toum 12, 3, -ll: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3. -lip Monitor 1:sy. Class: Dancv C01l1llliffi'P 1235 Magazine C0lllllllffK'k' 121: The Uakg Buskothnll 1513. Sports: Socct-r 12. 3. 4jg Wrestling 12, Iii. MILTON HAROLD FIKE, JR. 4008 llost-mont :xV0llllP. Drexel Hill "I+'ike! l-'ikel l"ik0!" c-rys that dizzy home room which assembles about ten and one-lmlf wits when the roll is callvd. The serious look whit-h you observe ports-nds nothingf-Milton just had to go to the de'-ntist's that week. School: Gym Exhibition 1351. Class: Home Room Trvasurer 113. ALBERT HENRY lf'LI'l!l'1ll 8275 WVL-st Cliosts-r Pikv. Highland Park HAI' he praised." as tho Al0il2lIlllll0dllIlS say when thoy're in a hurry. "XVicklv" is onu of the hardest working, and at tho some time. one of the quit-te-st peo- ple in tho class: the Sflllll' "XVicklf-" is gloriously carry- ing on tho family athlc-tic' nsinn- by his prose-lice on the soot-or and basketball tennis. Class: Baseball 131. Sports: Socm-r 145: lluskotbslll 1-lfr. Page Thu ti foul L.. .T- ......1......a 'v"""l1Qll!1..1.. " """" RIMS... Im' .IIIHZIH IIICJZV1. z-. n - 3:-' in nu "'l':f!" Him' ""f"'1 "HHH -17' H' . , .. 1' ::1' io, I :gggg l no " tml -7- e '-' 123 1 nf' "C il" I Hill' " ' l :::: 1: :L:1 " -1 li ---13 ' .. '..o. v ..-- ---' "' I it X Q all l...:5 if ..... 1 1 1 Y ,,. S s 1 i 3 z Q.. 1, ii. 1 ,, 1 s 1 1 if 1 .i 1 if :J lk 311 55.6 il? 1 'ti .qi 51: 122 11 V' iii '1 YE 52 11 ii: 1 1131 1 iii ' E ,ii 1 5:5 5 1 al 1. Pa Q ., ,.... ........ ....... . 1. .,.... .::--2-,un v- 4:11am IJOR0'l'liY ltl"l'H F11LWl'Zl.L U0 Hueston Road, l'pper Darby Almost too late we've found you out. Dot. Why 4li1ln't you let us know you sooner? llot in her quiet way has been at-1-oinplislling a great deal of work in l'. 11, as :l student and sl1e has always been willing to help. Su-bool: Honor Roll 12, 3, 41: Typing Team 141. Clubs: C0llllllt'I'L'Q 141. HAlll!ll'l'l' WILSUN FRAIN T116 Hilltop Road, Bywood XVhen Norman Rockwell sends word that he needs a model for a "Saturday Evening Post" l'11Vl1l', ws-'re going: to send Harriet-provided her 4-ontract with Vaequints has expired. But seriously now. we want to take this opportunity to congratulate Frain on her eflicient work as manager of the girls' swimming team. S1-bool: Gym 1-Ixhibition 11, 2, 313 Monitor 141: Festival Chorus 13. 41. Class: Dance Committee 12. 415 Home Room Treasurer 121. Sports: Swimming 1Manager 41. Clubs: Algetrarra 1415 Choral 141: Library 141. WILLIAM JAMES FRASCH, Jll. 7200 Sellers Avenue, Bywood That mop of something or other tllat covt-r's 1iill's pate! Have you ever seen it ? Of course everyone has, but yet it still can be talked about. Hedeaud what a quantity of it! School: Gym Exhibition 1115 lfpi-Dah 131, Ulnbs: Library 121. l'lLIZAHE'l'H NAOMI FRAZICR T102 Hilltop Road, Iiywood XVe think of two things in connection with Naomi- serviee and loyalty. She has given unsparingly of both5 in whatever activity she engages, Naomi always mane ages to do more than lu-r share, but no amount of praise will make her believe that she has done enough. Sc-bool: Honor Roll 152, 415 Distinguished Honor Roll 1215 Biology Prize 1213 l'pi-Dah 141. Class: Assembly Committee 111: Candy l'ommitt1-0 .1415 Christmas Basket l'OlllIlllfft'0 111: Dance Committee 1311 Home Room Treasurer 141: Party .Committee 1115 Play K'l1llll.lliff66 13. -115 The Oakg Tennis 141. Clubs: Hi-Y 141: Algetrarc-a 13. 41: Uhess 1111: Latin 12, 3, 41g Le Cercle 1' ranrais 1415 Tay-Wistalvun 13. 41. YHTTA FREICIJMAN 70585 Garret Road. l'pper Darby Will we ever forget the first class picture passed around the lunch room? lt was Yetta's. and what a picture! You can see now why we all aprrt-ed it was 41 "wow"! School: Honor Roll 1415 Thrift Counrilor 11. 21. Class: Home Room Treasurer 141. Clubs: History 1415 Library 1415 l'. ll. Players 141. 1 Thirty ff 0 ,-- 1 on FRANCES Gl+lll'l'Rl'DE FRYBVRG n A , ...iv 1 man 1 . 1 mm 'H' ..,minilu1,m,, .1 uni mul in : 1 ml u lu ,. mm' :nov ,moo , , ,, uuvnn ml 'IH Hu, ' '1 I H H ri if 1,,, u HH, no 1 . 1 " 1 9 .:::::' ' 1 --U .--, h ,,,,..,,,.. ,.-- : nur I .-----. ., ---::::::: "" '-'- - """""' I Jfflf. 1' "" 'ZIIIT 7 ::::..-----.: Iii--I-U ' 'i :--- :vin ui ,...f.,.... JI... .. 'W r li . Ulf!! ' ----- 4' ..-- ------ -- .. .... .. r--4---h A------me-H --- - ! - . 1 1 I I l l 1 -L 1 4..- I U16 Linden Avenue, Drexel Hill Fran is one of those gifted people who can talk lfrencli without a Dutch accent, and she has participated in many I-'rcnch Club programs. From a humble, but helpful, monitor, Fran rose to the prestige of a Tribunal member, and did it without losing her sweet and "Frank" disposition. School: Acorn 1433 Honor Roll 12. 3, 433 Monitor 133: Tribunal 1433 Thrift Councilor 143. Class: Candy Committee 143. Clubs: Al,f:etrarca 1433 l'0llllIlt'l'l'f'k1-UQ History 153, Sec- retary 43g Le Ccrcle Francais 143. KATHRYN JEAN FRYER 7228 Clinton Road, Stonehurst Hills Just one look at those big brown eyes. a toss of a curly head. and all is lost! Kitty certainly gets them all in "smoke" and does she Tfnow how to handle her fry! Dear us! Some people have all the luck! Class: Dance Committee 133. Clubs: Clioral 143g History 1435 Library 143. GEORGE GANTZ, JR. 542 Brookside Avenue, Yeadon George believes that it's quite perniissible to talk f'sl1op." In tact George believes it has been worth com- ing all the way from Yeadon to shop around with Mr. Packer. KENNETH WARREN GARDINER 550 Le lIann Circle, Springfield Anything ii: school that Ken hasn't had a hand in is hardly worthy of notice. A Hi-Yian, a three letter sport luminary, a distinguislicd monitor . . . words fail us. Whatever he does, whether its mutilating Gundaker's chocolate eclaii' or shooting baskets for Mr. Goas, he does well. That's the secret of success, folks, the secret of success. school: Acorn 12. 3. 43: Gym Exhibition 1333 Honor Roll 12, 33: Distinguished Honor Roll 1235 Monitor 12, 433 Student Council 1435 Tribunal 1President 43. Class: Vice-President 1435 Dance Committee 13, 43: Executive Coinmittee 143g Party Committee 143g Play Coinniitteo 143. Sports: Baseball 1333 Basketball 1333 Soccer 143. Clubs: Hi-Y 12, 3, Secretary 43. CHARLES GARLAND 1311 Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill Another of Fpper Darby's red-headed clan. Chic was president of the Aero Club before it cracked un. He also should receive a garland for his superior acting in "The Prince Chap." School: Gym Exhibition 13. 43. Class: Junior Playg Magazine Committee 1339 Track 11, 2, 33. Sports: Track 113. Clubs: Choral 1435 Aero 1Presidcnt 13. Page T11 irtx si' 1' C' mmf' ...un 1.-- 1 , il V-.lwff Y, Q T758 Wayne Avoulu-. Highland Park I ..... :wk 5 all .rw is. Z l iii 1 will wr N fl! in E 1 335 it sf'- 4 ii? i if i V i .. 1 1 1 tifi alt i 1 l. -l., i "L l ff 1 z . . 'ff 1 , ,M i 'af' ' X Es: ff ,gil fill fri Lili lf, l ii 1 4 7 i . W ,US i , ,fl isis l 5. gi, 1 bil gf i all ,, L-14, AH1'HI'L lNl'Aly hlul VI1It'l Art is ont- of tho "rt-g'1ar t'ellows" nrountl school who th-lights us--when lu- tloos--wltll his piano playing. H0 lS.I'E'illlj' vory lwashful. hut his singing: with thu various fl'l0S and quartets has ln-4-11 the bright spot of many assembly programs. School: Tribunal t-ll: Monitors 11. 213 Gym lilxhibition 4::n. Class: Dallve- f'0llllllllTi't' 42. Sig lflxoulltivo Uoniuiittoo ill: Iloys' Trio 1-ll. llI'BY AlILD1tl'llb Gl'INSl'lMlfIIl 7100 Seaford Avonlu-. Stonohurst llills A ruby is a sparkling goin. full of life and color --and so is this Ruby. Shc's jolly good company at any time and an milled iltt1'5ll'l'l0ll at any ,'Z'2lflll'I'lll,E. Slufs lu-lpvd win glory for Vppor Darby in tlivt-rs ways. St-hool: Gyin Exhibition HJ. Class: Magazino l'ounnittt-0 till: I5:lslif'tb:xll 12. 373 Ilot-km-y 13,12 Track 122, 39. LUl'lS GICIIM. JR. T222 Hazel Avenue, Hywooti Louis has long sinco passocl lwyonxl tho "Gm-rin" state in his evolution as a lIlllSll'l2lIl. Ili- already has sm-voral original l'0lll1l0Nlfl0llS to his 4-rs-dit, Elllll in anldition. ho is an 2lf'f'OlIlllllSllt'il pianist and organist. Hr-'s tho late-st rival to Mr. Haunt! School: llylll Exhibition till: Honor lloll til: Ifostival Chorus 13. 43. Clubs: Choral Hy: Gl'l'lllllll tl, 23. MARGARET EI.IZAI4I:2'l'lI Gldllxl 7222 Ilazol Avenuo. liywootl Margarvt is proof that tht-ro art- good gt-rnis in this srhool of ours. Shsis s-ntorotl l'llfllllSl2lSlll'il11j' into vluh avtivitios and intramural sports. antl has ntldm-tl le-llgth to tlu- Honor Roll column. Tlu-rv's no 110011 to toll you how nit-0 she is. Sf-hool: Gyxn I-Exhibition till: Honor lioll Q2. IZ. -lb. Clubs: Ars Poetae HJ: Library 149. MARY KATHARINIG GIIRIRONS 329 Ilorwyn Road, lbroxol Plaza YV1' all know liilY'S great of'iim-ivllry. but wt-'ro going to toll you il svcrot. lusts-:ul of Kay L'Ill'llljI for tho little' at-orns on he-r "Oak," hor littlu avorus lmvo to cart- for hor, lwczillso too often sho is llll'lIl0lll'0ll by a cm-rtain llohin's sontgl. School: Honor Roll lil, 43: llistinguisliod Honor Roll 13. lj: Thrift Couuvilor HJ. Class: Candy Coininittvo tl'llIlll'lll2lll -ll: llanvo Coinxnitf toe' till: Senior Playg The Oak tlflditorl. Clubs: A121-'tl'2ll't'il 13, St-1-rotary 43: Cllurul I-ll: History Hlg Latin 13, :Up Hi-Y HJ. Pam' Tlll.7'fj'-5E'Z'C'1i I i L , ir im..-H...-nun il nn. nu l . nun K , .,,. .....-.- ...... ': ' :::1r:.!... 1 - -,--- mn . - -nun ,. 3' --- " ,.. .-... ll' .,l, --- gl "2 un ' Til -in tg all ---tg .1 ,,,, ,.. i........ -.-. Y., .n,.1..., , ,L ,335 -... .,- 1i...moi nm ,Winn . - 1' I.':..:.:. -, , lfllllll 5 I , ,, I .1....,.... .,,,... ...,..,...i ...., .. .... ...... MARGUERITE IDA VERONICA GIBSON 417 Oreland Avenue, Yeadon The Hockey team's recommendation of Marguerite could easily till a book entitled "Praise for a Hard- worklng Yeadonitcf' She never missed a practice all season! Gibby certainly earned every incl1 of her letters -wand several yards more. Class: Candy Committe 1453 Hockey 135. Sports: Hockey 145. NAOMI ALICE GIBSON 2154 South Madison Avenue, Highland Park 'l"hv haughty princess of the junior play is, in reality, a diligent worker and an enthusiastic participant in all class affairs. Naomi's talent spreads to publications and club activities. and even to passing Mr. Diehl's tests. And Naomi's a first class Scout, too. School: Acorn Staff 12. Il. 459 Acorn Agent 145: Honor Roll 11. 2, 3, 45: Distinguished Honor Roll 12, 35. Class: Candy Committee 1453 Junior Play: Meinorial Day Committee 135. Clubs: Ars Poetae 1l'resident 2 and 3. 45: Latin 1Secrc- tary 2, 3. 45: Le Cerclc Francais 145g Tay-W'istalvan 12, 23, 45: Hi-Y 12, 45. HENRY STITES GODSHALL. JR. 314 Congress Avenue. Lansdowne Reserve another niche in Vpper Darby's Hall of Fame for Henry Godshall, our most honored president of the 1-lass of His dependability, loyalty, uprightness. fuiendliness, miscllicvousness 1oh, yesl5, intelligence, and democratic spirit-all are combined to total a much respected and much admired Henry. Yes. sir! School: A. A. Council 145g Gym Exhibition 135: Monitor 12, 2353 Tribunal 135: Student Council 1Vice-President 45: Honor Roll 12, 3, 45. Class: President 145: Assembly Committee 135: Execu- tive Committee 135: Memorial Day Committee 1353 Basketball 1353 Track 12, 35. Sports: Football 13, Captain 45. Clubs: Hi-Y 12, 3, Vice-President 45. JOHN HAROLD GOFF 365 Avon Road, Bywood .lack is co-manager of intra-mural basketball. His desk is always cluttered up with score books and what- not. Jack is partly responsible for the announcements that room 14 plays room 132 or maybe room 321 in the boys' gym or perhaps in the girls' gym, etc. School: Gym Exhibition 12. 35. Class: Memorial Day Committee 12. 35: Soccer 135. Sports: Intra-Mural Basketball 1Blanager 45. ISADORE GOODKIN 436 Long Lane, Stonehurst As the idol of l'pper Darby's feminine sex. Izzy has broken many hearts during: his sojourn with us. SVhen- ever "a good time was had hy all." you may be sure' Izzy was there. Is it true that only the "Good Kin" be happy? School: Gym Exhibition 12, 35. Class: Memorial Day Committee 12. 35. Sports: Intra-Nlnral Soccer dlanager 45: Intra-Mural Basketball 1BI3HH2'9l' 45. .li-in -.---- 5 ..------.-: ' -----' '-:::1--.. ,:.-:::.'I'IZZ""I--. . .. A A l l i ...,.. .- 180 r . .. mm ...un lun-ul .va- Page Thirtj'-ciglzt ...lm --- , j'jj'l,...,..lm ml., ,,,,,, H... ...... I ,... . .. ul 1+ , I ARTHFR WILBERT GIIEIMS, JR. 4-lti Harper Avenue, Drexel Hill do not choose to Hunt." ing Contest 143. Play Committee 143, Track 113. Clubs: Choral 1435 Hi-Y 12, Il, Treasurer 43. BETTY BRADIJOCK GIIEWIC U43 Concord Avenue, Drexel Hill once but many times. 43: Thrift Couneilor 123. Sports: Basketball 13, Manager 43. Hi-Y 13, 43. LUIS ROXANNA GROSS , 1505 liywood Avenue, Bywood if 4 better be said of anyone? CHARLES MARION GRUTZ 32 School Avenue, .Harwood they need it. 11. 2, Il. 433 Baseball 113. J, -13. HAROLD S'1'Al'I1'Fl+lR GRVBE 226 Cedar Lane, Highland Park be needed to fill his place next year, Sehool: Gym Exhibition 12. 33: Monitor 13, 43. Sports: Football 13. 43. Page Tl1ir'I,v-11iuv To say the least, Greims is the super-super-athlote of the class: to say the most, l1e's been class president twice, been o11 hundred of committees, starred in three sports, and performed innumerable services for the class. This year Art was forced to say frequently, "I School: A. A. Council 143: Gym Exhibition 11. 23: Stu- dent Couneil 143: Thrift Councilor 11, 23: Gold Speak- Clatss: President 12, 33, School Pin Committee 123, Dance Committee 11 .2, Il. 43: Executive Committee 11'1'esidcnt 3. 433 Memorial Day Committee 1l'hairman 2. 33: Party Committee 1433 1'en11ant Committee 133, Sports: Baseball 11, 2, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 3, 43: Soccer 11, 2, 3, 43. lletty won her l'. IJ. once as basketball manager. But for loyal service as a monitor and a student eouneil member, for faithful support of her class and school, she has won the right to wear the purple and gold not School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 1335 Honor Roll 11. 2. 3, 432 Distinguished Honor Roll 11, 2. Ill: Monitor 11, 3. 43: Student Council 1iSee1'etary 433 Upi-Dah 12, 3, Class: Christmas Basket Committee 1135 Dance Com- mittee 12, Il. 43: Home Room Treasurer 113: Memorial Day Committee 1253: Party Committee 11, 435 The Oak. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12. IE. Vice-President 435 German 1Seeretary il. 43, History 13, Secretary 43: Latin 12, Viee'President 3, 43, Tay-VVistalvan 13, President 43: Lois is new this year, but we. who are in any of her W . classes and notice the depth and courage of her eyes, say to ourselves, "There is a girl that can be depended upon. 1 bet she's a peach of a friend." Can anything Ah! Here comes the dashing head man of Mr. Dotti's symphonic jazz band. And the way he ean sling that baton around his lingers just reminds us of the way he twirls the girls around. Hut that's 0. K. Sometimes School: Gym Exhibition 12133 Band 1IJrum Major 43. Class: Ilanee Committee 12. 3. 43: Basketball 133, Track Clubs: Engineering 133: Bowling League 1431 Hi-Y 12, Grube learned the combination for growing, but absent-mindedly forgot it. and now look what's hap- pened. He would become a champion wrestler if he could acquire a vicious enough look. Two linesmen will 1 I . ..- nu in ,--.ln ,QQ 1 ' Hy... .I nm' 1 .... ...lu ...1s.owggg,,,,,,, .. I" "" ' ......... Hi- '- 'I-Hl.l..l" , ,,,,,,' -s 1' " "'757 . :tn "'iiii""'iEEE3i' 'mimi' ' rifffffff -227-" : - A sssss tif' '-1 1 -iE5EE55" ass: v l 23:1 53333 'H 759- vl .. ..1:::7. ,EIL .Jill :::::: : :::: "::t-12::1,-Lg:L" ""' l""'t-H'-s "-'- --if-5--H --1-1' sf- ll' -"s - ------ ---:.:::-,,,, 4i4::g.g,:::: l""i iv . : , 3 I fmt' DOROTHY ELIZABETH GFILES 'ami 912 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill QLLZLL In the operetta Dorothy appeared as the daughter of ' the American cons111 in Bagdad. We suggest that she continue with this work. 1Perhaps her father will be obliging enough to become a c-onsul3. But can't you just picture Dot wrapping those fussy old diplomats around her little finger? School: Acorn Agent 12. 335 Honor Roll 12, 335 Sixteen Singers 133 9 Trio 143 : "A" Chorus 143 3 Festival , Chorus 13, 43. '- Class: Dance Committee 133. 3 Cllibs: Choral 1Secretary 435 Dramus 11, 2, 3, Secretary 1 ti 3- . L. GEORGE RAYMOND GVILES 912 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill George can easily be found at any time during school. working in Mr. Milne's oflice or around the commercial rooms. WVhen he came out for the Junior Play. Miss Griffin decided that part of her worries were over. School: A. A. Salesman 1333 Acorn Agent 133: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 33: I'pisDah 133: Honor Roll 12, 33, Class: Dance Committee 133: Junior Play: Magazine Committee 1233 Basketball 133g Track 113. Clubs: Chess 1333 Commerce 13. 43. ROBERT CORYDON Gl'NDAKl'ZIt 126 Summit Avenue, Bywood The Adonis of Upper Darby, namely, Bob Gundaker. Stand hy. feminine hearts, and prepare to be broken. Bob is a great sport enthusiast, and is particularly rabid about basketball. School: Gym Exhibition 12, 335 Monitor 11, 2, 33. Class: Christmas Basket l'ommittee 1133 Dance Com' mittee 113: Executive Committee 1133 IIo1ne Room Treasurer 1131 Basketball 123. RI'TH LOIS HALL T331 Linden Avenue, Drexel Hill Everyone knows Ruthinew to us this year though she isiwho stepped right into her own! Indeed was any- one easier to get acquainted swith? Those merry brown eyes and that winning smile offer a welcome invitation to he friends-and we've accepted! School: IIonor Roll 143. Class: Dance Committee 143: Play Committee 143. Clubs: Choral 143g History 143. RICHARD KENNIGTH HAMILTON 46 Keystone Avenue, Bywood Ken is our own little boy who has Ugrowed up" in late years to become a great intra-mural sports star. Is that what his mother raised him to be? At any.rate. Ken has been a great addition to that team of home room 125. School: Gym Exhibition 113. Class: Dance Committee 1135 Basketball 113: Track 1133 Baseball 113. Page Fofti F v la-- 1 Q Q 1 ' I, , ,........1 .,...o.-itiqggmln iynvi Nllll ' unix mill' . k mm Arr: www W"5'. K K 715411. -213 f .Av- 1 1 1 . 155255 if 1 11. , '.. . ..:i. .::., .. ff... 1. f. :WH :Eff -' .2213 f - - f -- ,,.. ,... . . - ------ Y Y------1 -- . 1- I-' H- . : . LL 1 A' 1 ' 0 a ,431 5 lll+lLl'ZN Lorisic HANNAN M5 Forrc-st :ind lluoy Avt-11111-S, llroxs-l Hill '. livvryonv knows Holvn and Ove-i'yo11v loves hor ho- 1'2lllSP of that wlondorfully swm-t disposition of hors. . And -wo can forgive hor if sho turns :1 bit rosy whvn ti W 1-ortnui Mr. Smith. in singing "Blinni1-. tho Moot-lu-r," 1 , shouts. t'Wlwr0's HQ-le-1iI?." , S4-lzooli Atvgrii Agvut 12lIg Gym lixliilrition 11, 213 Y . Ulll lll' L . l Class: f"lll'1HflllflS Raskot I"onnnitt1-v 111: l'mn1-o Com. uiilt 1L. Ill: EXl'l'llllVI' 1'on1inittvo 12113 S1-nior Play, Clubs: 1'hor:xI 143: Library 141. WILLIAM l'llbGAll IIAl'l'lCllSl'l'l'T 4108 SUIHIIIPFN Avvuuo. lin-xt-1 llill ltill has gone througrh n await mlonl in tho waxy of :Ichi- 1l1.-nts and sic-kne-ss whilv he-'s lu-on :lt Vppor llurluy. hut it S :l winning bot for us, though. whe-n wo suv that his littlm- Sanrio luflpod to kr-op him slnilingr. Gootl work! School: Acorn Agent 131g llouor lloll 111. DUlii0'l'IIY IIAR'l'LI'lY HAHA 330 Riverview Avvuuv. Ilrvxol Hill No matte-r what Dot lllllll'I'tIlk0S to do sho :llvvays 1-onu-s out with flying honors. Sho lllildt' "l'u1-km-rs" :in lllllj1ll'gIl'fttlblk' 1'-lizirzivtor of thu junior play. And now, :ns 1-o-1-:iptnin of tho Purplv ftlillll, shi- is showing hui' re-uuirkuhlo versatility. School: A. A. 1'ounL-il 14,Ig Acorn Aw-ut 1211 Gym Exhi- bition 11. 21g Monitor 11. 211: "A" Fliorus 145, Class: Assembly l'0lllllllfY1'1' 1-H: Ililllfk' 1'olnnlittoc 12I: , Homo llooin 'l'r1-zlsura-r 13l: .lunior Play: The Unk: I 'l'1'xu-k 11, 2, 3, 43. Sports: Ritlv 'l'vnrn 11l: 'l'r:u-li 11. 2. Il. 1':lpt:liu 43. Clubs: Ch4ll'2l1 1-tjg 'l'nv-Wistnlvzxn 12. Il. 43: l'. lb. l'l:1y- ors 13. -Hg 1YI'tllllllS 14Ig lli-Y 12. Il, Jr. HENRY 'l'I'II,l4'1lllIl lIAlllllS 6115 Iioiignvro I50lll1'Vtll'll, Y4-zulou Asido from ln-iiipr pn-simlt-int of tho Ili-Y. ai lll1'lllh1El' of thi- Studont Council, vaptain of tha- sovvor tm-zuu. IIIISIIHYSS inniiagvi' of thc- Acorn. and il lll1'llllN'l' ot tho lrnvk 11-mu. 'l"1-11 is uc-ver too busy to grivo :l lift oi' sprozul grooml 1-hour wlu-ri-vor he goes. Svhoolz A. A. Council 1-ll: A1-orn Stulf 1l5usiu1-ss Mun- f :un-r 41g Student Council 11'x'1-suleiit 231. Class: Iimlgot Conunittvo 141: lluum-o 1'onuuitt1-0 1ZUC 'Frau-k 125. Cluhs: Hi-Y 12, 3. Pri-sialoiit 41. Sports: S0001-r 12, 13, Ullllllllll 4l1 'l'1':u-lt 123, 41. IDUHIS AlI'llll'lL IIARRISUN T13 Etlnionmls Avenue. 1111-xi-l llill . Uno day Doris wozlrs n llnvvrford ring. Tho uoxt day sho has ai POIlllSylV2llliil pennant. And the nc-xt nlnv - . "Stool this is 0llllHll'I'tlSSlllj!.'. sho 1-'rin-ul. lint with ljorisk looks and cllarm, no woudvr sho has Il love- in cvs-ry . port. Sr-hool: Acorn Am-nt 11. 21: Gylll lixllibition 115. A- Class: Asst-uilwlv C0lllllliftl'1' 11bg l,1lll1'l' f'0lllllllHl'l' 121. 1 .P Z'T 1 ,A H-' ift .... ..-vywlfwg . H . . Q -, N Page Fov't.i'-om' Li. 1 . '"""5:57:i"':::::s... iiiac: -'::::'::51551:5rrf1r':.. ,. 1-' "zz: . .- .., "'2'::"' f"g'y:' '. ..g.II, :'1:5:55: 1211... , a',' ::::' 252115, I Il' ' If lgfggfgll :ff .f '- :"::'::::: ' -EEE 1mH:H:L ' ' V: ' "Hill ::f?F" :tiff ---'::1::1-1el:,.--g::1 1211: .......,.. .... ::..,,.::::::::... ....::::,. .,, ,.,, -P5715 133232 ,5 g::::: ,mu 1 1 I-I ' 'A -"""' '-'Lnzz'-'4t"" 'E rllm 1 1 !..,ZL , ,I 1 KI'INNIi'l'H HANICI IIARTZ Q I 'I' T012 Sellers Aveiitlv. liywood IHS!!! As the "l:2ll'lll'j' 1ll1lliel1l" of the 1'l:1ss of 1!iZS2. Kon hsis worn quite ai rut up the S1-hool Lane Speedway. II1s fondness for 2lllfUlll0llll4'S hzis heon nlrpairont to ns for the Inst live years. while his weird horns have aroused ns from niuny il lN'ill'0flll 1l1'ea1n. Class: lloine llooin Tl'05lSlll'l?I' 143. 2 ICIDWARID WAL'l'ICll IIICIIMANN 1 4623! lvU4l1ll2lll1l Avenue. Drexel IIil1 1 1 Two things ll1llll1'lllill0lY P01110 into our heads when wo 1 think of l1l1lwnr4l: his Sfll1ll0llSlll'SS and his good ho- hzivior. For th1-s1-. naturally, he is well liked by his f t1-:l1'l1e1's. and hotli traits should go il long way in help- . ing: l'l1lNVilI'1l to nizike his lllilfk in tho world. 1 S1-hool: A1-orn Agent 1Iljg Thrift l'1llIIl1'll0I' 121: Honor F Roll 11. 2. 3, -H: I,lSIlHj.l'lllSll1'1l Honor Roll 12, 3, -ljg Art Prize 12, 31g llevive Contest I'riz1e 135. K Class: .xSNi'llllDly f'lllIlllllYll'l' 141: Pennzlnt 1,'1n11l11it,t1:e A 1-tug Senior Play, , Clubs: Sf1'llllll1'lZ Sovivty 1S1'I'I'l'l2lI'5' 3, Tl'1,'ilSllI'l'l' -ljg Q Ili-Y 141. ' Rll1lRYIlI'l'II ALSTUN HIGGINS 22 L:lr1-hwood Avenue, Ilywood ' M1-rydith has I11-en on the 1-ross vonntry IPZIIII 1'V0l' g since School Laine was an vow path. As llI'l5Sl1ll?llf of tho 3 2xljI9Il'ill'L'Gl ho keeps that elnh from going around in haul 1'lI'l'll'S. An1l tllill'S on the square. 5 S1-hool: :Xl'UI'l1 Agent 12,lg Gyni ldxhihition 11, 293 5 Nl0Illl'0l' 11, 2. 3.1. 5 Class: Svlllllll 1'in 1'0lIlIlllfI1'1' lljg lHlll1'1' 4'0lllllllfl90 12151 Home Room Treasurer 1llg .Innior Play: Magazine 1'0Illlllllf0l' 121: Party UUlllllllftQP 111: I'1:nnant Coln- lnittee 141: 'l'I'2l1'k 11, 21. Sports: Cross Country 11. 2. Il. lag 'l'ru11k 11, 23. Clubs: ,Xl5.l'l'fI'RlI'1'2l 113. I'resi1l1'nt -ll. l5l1lllT'llAM WILLIAM HlI.IJI1lNB1CAND E112 Linden Avenue. Drexel IIill When Hartz has nothing to 1lo, Bert 1l1-lights in hellu- ing hiln to do it. In his 111111 lll0lllt'llfS he helps to keep the As1-o stores on an playing basis. He is also a lIl1'lllbt'I' of the I'Ill1lt'llllI'2'lIl1l and I'I'l1-igrer Banking Fll'lll, 11l'll1'e HUOIII 227. LQ, Svhnolz Tllrift f,'0lllll'll0l' 145. 11 l GRACE DOROTHY HILL l 53412 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill Ililly swings hockey stivks. tennis 1'a1r1111ets, basket- bzllls, words, 1-lass funds-all with equal 11istin1'tion. Gr:11'1: is ourltruo ex01'lltiv1-5 she enjoys work: tlierefor we enjoy working for her. 0, School: A. A. Comm-il 145: Iltqlilllllg' 13. Negative Cnptnin 41: Gyin Idxliibition 12, 3. -Hg Gym Ticket Coinniittee 12. CBJ: Honor Roll 133, 41: llistingnished Honor lloll 11. 2. 3, -ll: English Coinposition Prize 12.12 Tribunal 1315 Thrift Councilor 11, 23. Class: Treasurer 11, 2, 3, Mg Assenihly Coininittee 131: Itndget f'UllllllltfExP 143: Christnms Basket Coniniittee 111' Exevntive C0l1llllltft'9 11. 2 3, lj' Xll'lll0l'l2ll Daly fflllllllltftf' 12 31' Play Coinniittee 135' Basketball 1ll' 11-key ll: rack llg -1 ionery nilni t1e 5 lgibl Il'n COIIIIIIIIIGQ 151. ...Q as orts' ll- skeftbill 1' -I ' 11- '1 V 1' ' ' Ill 's l - I1 I1 II IH I- I I- IS IQIH-1l1lQlll1 lHl1l1ll III II ll ll ll ll H1 - 1 T '. 1 sm 'vo 1 -. 1:15 , 1 1 j . I ' A jig. H- Sp . ll. . L. Zi, I . H1 I1 5 2, 3, -lj , To ll. L 55? i 12. ns, Captain 415 Hi-Y 12, 3, 441. .,.-- 1, 1 A. I 1 I Page Forty-two I ' .H "" 1 "5il5!":1::::... ' ,:Z:::fffll"'S5EE25Eg: , -- "zz: ... ...H "'ll1if" "-'I ' ':::::: EE' -- , .-:' :' --- I I BY! "' " mann ---V - -- ,. -., . --- ... 1 ---- - ---- .:::::::::::1Q: 2:2 1' """' u ' ,. Ma -.::::.- 3. -Q22 ' l -"::::::::: 2121: ' .- . . ,:::::' 5 Z L... :::::::..i:1.-1::::::- "l -lllo .ll..........r:.. ' '!221...-.,1.......1l!l! :Eglin Yi-.::v.gQ" ..... I e . . 11 A i l LUIS llIl.I,lf1S 'mil 71117 Wuyuo Avonuo. ltywood IKZZLL Another of tho f2llll011S lino of llillosos. Lois. liko hor f pr1-111-1-1-sso1's. has 1lo1ig:l1t1-11 llltllly of hor 1-lassululvs und fj'2U'lN'l'S .llwt by talking. Hut slufs roully tlu- lucky ono, in s i 1 s 1 tor she had il llll'1'l' onthu' tl' 11 tm .lulvun this your. 1 1 s.-mmm: Gym icxililliriml 11, 21. U Clubs: Lv Uerulo FI'llllCtllS 121. 1 AIAIRGARPYI' 1'All1'ICN'l'I'1R llll'I'Ll'1 317112 llandolluh Strvot. I1rox1-l llill ff" Anil on tho loft uluy wo prm-sont an truly l'l'l11'l'N1'lllIl- L.. ff tivo l'p1u-r Darby girl. Peg has llllllll' u nzuno for hor- :' solf lwoth in hom-kc-y Illltl in lmskotlrall. S111-'s :l llll'llll1l'l' of tho Sf'11llf'l1f Counril und ono of tho niost loyul sup- oortors 1. 11. luis 1-wr haul. XVoulll tllut wo 1-ould lcon-p Jw hor forcvvrl Sa-hool: A. A. Uounvil 141: Gym lixhihitiou 11. 2. 3, -11: 1. Monitor 11. 2. 315 Student tfouuuil 1415 'l'ril1unul 1415 A. A. 1'a11111uig11 141. Class: 1'un1ly 1'olnn1ittn-o 1-l1g llunoo 1'ouunitt1-0 141: V1 lloino Room 'l'rvusurvr 12. 31: Ilaske-tlmull 1113 llovkoy I 1112 'l'l'Zll'k 111: hll'1ll11l'lZll llay l'0lllllll1f01' 1221. Sports: Baiskothull 12, 3, 41: Hovkvy 13, 41. Clubs: l'l11ll111f'l'l'1' 151, 413 Ili-Y 12. Cl, 41. IfZ'l'HIf1L HAIRIRARA HI1lS'l' -113 North Stnto Roaul. lliglilund Park "'l"l1o A's llilvi' it." lfltha-l might say 1'Vl'I'j' tiuio sho I'1'1'1'lV1'S hvr rs-port 1-urcl. for whvn sho isn't on tho llonoi' Roll, she-'s jL'l'H1'lllj.Y tho Ilistillgllislu-41 llonor list, Ilut study ll111'Sll'l om-1-upy all hor flllltil Ifltl111l's Sl loyzll 1'on1- llll'I'l'1' 1'luh lll1'Illb1'I'. and sho has il sh-1-vo full of SUUIII lnulgos. S4-honl: Honor lloll 11, 315 l1lSfllllIlllSll0ll llonor Roll 11. 31. Flubs: l'11lllllll'l'l'0 141. IGDWAIRI1 I'Rli'l"l'YMAN IIULLANID 111711 Lindon Avouuv. llroxa-1 Hill lt' it wvron't for ll few w1-ll-111-liuve-ml. grontls-uiunly fol- lows like- l-Isl our vluss would haivv ai tm-rrihlo rvputu- tion. If lulugging 5:1-ts ons- 211lyNYll1-'l'1', Holland is sun- to tuunol through. School: Monitor 1113 l'pi-Duh 141. 'L Class: Ilunm-o 1'ou1u1ittvo 13, -Hg linskvthnll 13. 41- x -, KA'l'I1L1-ZEN IIULLOWAY 4122 Hosoinont Avouuo, Ilroxol Hill gf? XY1- have l1'Zll'lll'1l that wo. 1-an allways dopvnd upon ' Kathloon when we NV2lllflflHl1Ll'S.1ll1ll1' right. H1-r ottl- 1'l1'Ill'j' is an rwlwiiiiiig truit. It is, sonu-how. vvry rous- suriug to soo hor sunny sniih- wlu-nl4-v4-rytlung uppours X 110111-loss. 'l'h:1t's whe-ro Knthloon slunvs. - Svhool: 11istin1.ruislwd Honor Roll 121: Honor Roll 12, - 1 31. Clubs: Ars Pol-tao 1415 l'11llllll11l'1'1' 13, 411 ll. it , ..... . 91 1 l Efjff .if 'Q iff 'Mi',..?-A 1 1'iff'l:'.5f3f.gff'-l:R,.g'l:..l5173 ""' S i Pago Forty-fl: Vcc . ' . 1:1115 ... l . , 1 no I -I. I 11" uu'v :mu ml' vm: 3,1 "H", n l . -4 1. ummm "QU" :hu 1 I HH, ,, " .1 .HH 'll' " lullllvll ---' .7 - ly' --. -1- H muuuu ---3 , -', 1 ,, "" .I 1, ' url!!! 1 M I 11HH::::v :::::-.- . - -.. , 1... . ..... - . In H- .1 .. ..!::'1 "' ,"""" :::::: I nu mu, ...H-......,.......,1l....H. . ..1lfm1. .u.1tu..-.. uffflf' 1-22:---U 4:1 i - - I l 1 rv l.i l 1 L-.... 1lEUltGl4I .IACUI1 HULLIGNBACII 439 Burmont Road. Drexel Hill Noted for his elinrac-teristie lluteh haireuts 1the Baron style! and accurate sports knowledge. George has been one of l'. Ilfs most loyal rooters. He is also one of Mr. 1lordner's most promising.: Solid students-he'll promise anything! School: Aeorn Agent 121: Gym Idxhibition 11. 2. fl, 451 Honor Roll 12. 315 Monitor 11, QU. Class: Dance Committee 141: Magazine Conunittee 121: Memorial Day Committee 121. I'l+lTIClt TUSH IIULMAN 263 Lamport ltoad, Stonehurst Behind tho manly stubble on the Holman Visage there lies an holiest faeeg any euptain of the Wolf gang must be a-truck-tive. As th,e poet said, hitting twenty feet is no feat for our Pete. School: A. A. Council 133. Class: Dam-e Committee 14I: Memorial Day Committee 1213 Track 121, Sports: Track 12. Captain Zh. Clubs: Choral 141. LUVIS l'l'l'Il'1NNI4l HOUVICR 114 SVoodlawn Avenue. Aldan Louis is lucky to have a famous nanie--you've all heard of Hoover vncumn cleaners.. Some politieian has the name too, we understand, This Mr. Hoover regrets to report that there never was :1 depression in the red ink trade. School: Honor Iloll 135. Class: Home Room Treasurer 121. Clubs: l'lloral 14jg C0llll!lPI'1'0 14j. Ll+IS'l'l+1R PRl+I'l"l'YMAN HVIJSUN. Jlt. 185 North lfnion Avenue, l'pper Darby Without :1 doubt you've heard of the intrepid Henry Hudson who sailed the oeenn blue about 1500. But on the right now gazes forth Sir Henry's namesake and counterpart. Gustave. who-marvelous to relate--crossed Nziylor's Hun in exactly two hours and forty-tive minutes! School: Junior Art Prize 1315 Aeorn Stud 13, 43: I'pi- liah 143. Class: The Unk. RUBHR'l' CLAYTON HI'l+'FMAN 70013 Hazel Avenue, Bywood lflveryone has been wondering what has beeome of the old "Inu-k" with which Huffy was disturbing the peaee. Humor hnth it that the junk man wanted two dollars to take it away. Along with that, Huffy man- ugred to play good football--:it eenter to be exact. His other lnterests include adding to Mr. Bordner's worries. School: Gym Exhibition, 113, Sports: Football 143. Clubs: Choral 14j. Page F01't.v-four l ful WEE G 'S H Yi! ,h, mi Q., fgli L, x ' is! 1 Qi pi? 1 .mil 1 4 --- - .1-nov . v..ovvnl"" - :::::z... ::: ' 'z:::::::1I""iE5EQZH- ., ' 1 ir- "ig: In u MH "Hill" 'iiiilf' "" Z"'l 'jggigg --3 -- 5- ' 555, 25 IEE .' :fa .211 , ff 2153111 - 1 :::L 'Z :::: .......... ' "mix I5 . "Joh . .-::g5. gf 3 --gy v' 33QQf,lwl, Y-3555 ":1I2:Z1s.. .::., ,::f:FE': .... ,,,. 1 :'r.. It ,. ,:???:f ,EEEE:: Af .zzz ::::::: -- . ...,... .. - .,.. . - --,- -- .----- -:N -- l---. ' u . 5Q'?Fi?f5fE' e. 'Q 1-f5zgi'f ,A , 5 o I ,. 11.111 1. .unit X. ..... . i NIUHULAS IUVACUIIINI, JR. i 217 Fairviow Avenue. Highland Park 2 Many a tea:-lier in old I'. Il. wishes that he eould pro- ! 1 nounee that name of the clan of lovat-ehini. Perhaps tt iq why' Nicholas is so seldom ezlllod on in elassg 1, still, 1115 quietness and dependahleness are helpful assets. E. Y A ANNA EIJNA .lAllN 1 Q ggi 2113 North Provideneo Road. Aldon 1 .1 'allllilglllv symbol of a UlltlE?l'flll. Lftlllllllli' smile. 'llho 1 EQ... 1,13 rising of the sun ea:-h day isn't any more oertain than 'S 132 the appearanee of AllI12l'S smile. And it isn't eontlned to '15 just a few either-it somehow or other seems to include 1 everyone. 1 if ig Class: Exeeutive f'0lllllllfIUO 111, 43: Stationery Commit- I, 31 tee 143. fi 'Q Clubs: Algt-t1'zlr1'a 143: 1'hox'al 143: German 13. Secretary fp 8 433 Le Cert-le Franeais 1433 Lllll'tiI',3' 1Sec'retary 43. ' R3 , 1 ig ig NORMAN ICDWAIKD JENKINS l.... 4 East Baltixnoro Avenue, Lansdowne Wo Uilllqf think of anything about Norlnan Jenkins, hut we can write whole pages about tho familiar Eddie. f Mr. Goats' estimate of Ed as the lmrflest working athlete Q - in the sehool struek everybody as being exactly right. Class: lflasketball 133. Sports: Baseball. 11. 2. 3, 433 Football 11, 2, 3. 43. Clubs: Steinxnetz Society 133. t . . 52.4 1 1 it 5.12 Eli! ll: 1 M. ll 3 ,. lf? ifie ll13Bl'Ill'l' CRAIG JENKINS. JR. Q51 T252 Fern Street. Yeadon 532 Xxvllvll Sllakespeare wrote "li0IlN'0. and Juliet," .ho Q in thought of Hob .lonkins as Romeo. His azure vurls dis- i., if play a radiant-e which motivates all flllllllllllf: hearts. I egg His favorite question to ask llllI'l'i1iS01l tonvllers is, "How high is up?" FQ E School: Gym Exhibition 123. fi E5 Sports: Hasoball 12, 3. 43. 3 fli- fi ' lla. .' : 4 1 11 1 vt. E 5 1, vw ANNA l+ZLIZAlll4l'l'II .IICRVIS 141 North Peunoek Avvnue, Higlllzmd Park lilizabeth is a very promising young: pot-toss and w0'vo heartily enjoyed several of her poems in the- ditferent , l'pi-Dahs. Now. all we're looking forward to is tho time 3 5 when we'll be able to say, "VV:-ll, I knew her wht-n . . ." School: Honor Roll 12. 333 Distinguished Honor Roll ff 12. 33g l'pi-'Dah 12, 25, 43. 1 M5 gi .ii 1 if it i ...K 31. Class: Home Room 'Froasurer 123: Basketball 143. id, Clubs: Ars Poetae 12. Il, 435 LQ U1-role Framc-:tis 143: M Library 13, 43. 1 Page Foatx fi c' II I1 -2 H1 -1 I1 I- IH I1 I1 I1 I- I- I1 I- l IH I1 I1 IQ -1 l1lIl- ll lCl1l1lC I- I- II ll ll 1 +-. A - f 551 4-1 fir 1. E fiilh . f?s".fQft::.'1f2l 11 f - - - f . .J .. ..... ......., .4 'ii' it M139 eee 1 3 n 4 . , 1 nn I mmm: , nl, ,,, ' ' iii' 'VH' .::.1' . .. .. n n un "' N ,, 1 . nu: "' 'H' " '2:..... ---. . -- "" ' --I --f . H to-...H ---- " -.:- 1 ,: .. ' ,,::::: -3 I I ,.,..... ::::::.- 1. ---- ' uv: ' II .---,-- .. "" 11:3 4 .. HL.: .---: , 1:1 I, ,nh l..I .. H ,I .- ,, l"'ii ::' ' . ' , 1 1 i .L A f RALPH BERNARD .1oHANsEN 229 Ardmore Avenue, Highland Park Ralph worked hard as football manager. but he in- tends to balance the account with homework. Joe Handsome, as he is called behind his back, was going 1 to be in the senior play, but he changed his mind when he found there were no eating scenes. A School: Gym Exhibition 1135 Thrift Councilor 143. Clans: Dance Committee 12, 433 Basketball 133: Track 11, 2, 3, 43: Baseball 133. Sports: Football 1Manager 433 Track 113. Clubs: Choral 1433 German 123. HORACE DAVID JOHNSON, JR. - 634 Yeadon Avenue, Yeadon Horace is one of these people with a silence hard to penetrate. However. once it is broken, we find within a cheerful nature accompanied by a likeable bit of hu- mor, which pleases all who know him. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 3, 43g Home Room Treas- urer 133. JANE MAY JOHNSON 733 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Just a bit saucy and full of pep. That's Jane. No matter what comes up she is ready to see the funny side of the thing. And the nice part about it is that she shares her fun with all of us. School: Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 3, 43. Class: Hockey 12, 33. Clubs: Library 113: l'. D. Players 1433 Visual Educa- tion 123g First Aid 133. MERRITT WV. JONES 31 Avon Road, Bywood We nominate Merritt to have his picture taken for all the male members of the class, so that strangers looking at the Oak will say, "Ah! VVhz1t a handsome class." Then, too, there would at last be enough pictures for the girls, School: Acorn Agent 123: Gym Exhibition 133. Class: Track 133: Baseball 133. Clubs: Algetrarca 12. 33: Choral 143. JAMES ELDER KANE 13 North Pennoc-k Avenue. Highland Park Une day James Kane up from the South. He sugar cane up sooner, but circumstances prevented. Jim ex- pects, in his later years, to raise a few Kanes. And Schocgolz Gym Exhibition 11, 333 Public Speaking Prize 1 Lv- i I l Page Forti sz v .,+- .............. .....11oo'ggg,,,,,,, -too :om 5111---I--1-' . ... .. ....... ... ,....,... ,,,,,,, , ,, I5 . .. 151 1 1 Q.- i 1 1-4 f1,'W'1 . X' 1 s 'N . sf: 1 525: I g 1 E13- 1 1 115 im 1 1 I 1-' ' Wi Six TY' xii' sg' fi' . il 1 2,5 X ii X -Jah: 4 MUNA CARUIJNE KELLY 242 Ardmore Avenue, Highland Park Kelly-what 21 truly Irish name! And what n trulv , Irish girl is Mona. Iler Irish wit and eleverness have eneouraged all of us ever Slll1'0 she 1-ame to us 'wav bark in the eighth grade. and we hope that Irish humo'r f of hers will help her to brave the faet that Gettysburg College isn't coeducational! Srhool: Gym ldxllihition 11. 25: IIouor Roll 11, 2. 45, Monitor 11. 35: Thrift Councilor 145. Class: Assembly Committee 1352 Dance Committee 12. Il. 45: Executive Committee 135: Ilolne Room Treas- urer 135. 45: Memorial Day Committee 13.51 Party Com- mittee 145: Pennant l'0lllllllff9k' 135g Play 1'ommittee 1353 Basketball 125: Iloekey 12. 35: Baby I5ay Com- mittee 135. Sports: Hoc-key 13, 45. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12. Treasurer II. -15: liibrary 145, II1- Y 145. SICLINA ELLA KEPLEII 15 Kenmore Road, Highland Park meeting. Roll 151, 45: Monitor 13. 45. Y 145. NE LSUN K ICRSIIAXV 338 l-Edmonds Avenue, Drexel Hill half Nelson on the distinguished. 125. 135: Junior Play. Clubs: Hi-Y 13. 45. SAMIIC KIMMICLMAN 2215 High Street, Sharon Hill fessiou for her eareer. School: Gym Exhibition 11. 25: Monitor 115. Cla-ss: llanee Committee 12. 35. Sports: Cheer Leading 12. 235. Clubs: Dramus 125. LEE PENN ICLL KINKAIJE 34 Ridley Avenue. Aldan engrossed in music festivaling. Councilor 125: Festival Chorus 135. Magazine Committee 125: Play Committee 1255. Clubs: Choral 145: l5ramus 13. 45. Paar Fmt: .rc en Kelfs one of those youngsters that have traversed the hy-paths whieh load from Ilighlaud Park to our well4 known institution many. many times. She has even gone a hit poetic about it. 'eause many a Thursday. Kep's lent her cheery smile to an "Art of Poetry" School: Acorn Agent 145: Gym Iixhilrition 11, 25: Honor Class: School Pin Committee 125: Danre Committee 11. 2. 25. 45: ICx1'1'utive Committee 1235: Memorial Day Conlmittee 135: Party Committee 115: Pennant Conv mittee lfllillrlllilll 3. 45: Play l'0llllllItI90 135: Iloekey 1" '25 Clubs: Ars Poetae 12, Il. l'r1-sident 45: Choral 145: Ili Kershaw. son of Kershaw. has had no trouble keep- ing the good old family name ringing: 111115111211 I'. l5.'s halls. He wrestles brilliantly with A's and li's: as a result. he has a full Nelson 011 the honor and il tight Sr-bool: Gym Exhibition 121. 45: Tribunal 135: Ilonor Roll 13. 45: Distinguished Honor lloll 145: l5rill Team Class: Vive-President 125: Christmas ltasket Committee The other half of the Kimmelman-Happerset eomhina- tion is Sillllll-'4lli-'FO used as a feminine noun. Samie loves to dance-as we-'ve all ready diseovered in our assembly programswand she-'s ehosen the dana-ing pro- A song and dance man f1'on1 out Aldan way. Lee used to he interested in gym exllibltlug. honor rolling, and thrift l'0llIlf'lllIl2, but in later days he has been more School: Gym Iflxhihition 1115: Ilonor Roll 125: Thrift Class: Ilanee Coinmittee 125: Plxeeutive Committee 125: 1 -v- 1 :nu nu an in IZ lID1IIll1 In lu I1 us nn IS ll nn lUll-lIlIlQU1l1lQlll1lQl1l1lIll nu nu an 1-nun '::t::-eE11t,--g" .-:::: ' 'HH ..' .,.....,.'!... .IIJIJ ,,,g,,, ,H U, 5 ,, L. ,t,.,.,i 1 I I ... mul I.--in .." '.i..'I"':5..5. fm. lagssmm' .!7..,,. 1 ""'Z' "ii7"' 'HI' 'I 1' .f' '. 1 A :mln , , " annul: ----- - -- - 4. , .. 1 1:21, 2: :Zn H ll llll A 'IH .5 .--- I " -- . -,,--- quunm I 1 .... .- .... :I -- .. .... -- "" ' " "'T.. I- 1-...,.1!!" ":::: ,j . .:: : lu 1 1 1 l , . I I ia J, 1 1 +-,' Q RFSVSELL CHARLES KINSTLER 1002 Serrill Avenue, Yeadon Trusty Russ rustily ran down the rustic' gateway to rush schoolwards. Russ used his trusty, rusty, crusty, rllie to scare all people on the way. That, my friends, IS how trusty Russ gets to school tif he really 4loes1. School: Gym Exhibition 12. 31. l'lLOI'ISE KIRK 5112 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill 'Tis true that in the tales of old, the lady with the raven locks was the villainess. But time have Changed, and so Elouise limits her villainy to dramatlcs. Her eharm, however, is far from limited, and that is why she is one of our favorites. School: Gym Exhibition 1315 Honor Roll 13, 41. Clalss: Candy Committee 141g Dance Committee 13, 413 Party Committee 1419 Play Committee 1413 Senior P ay. Clubs: Choral 1419 I'. D. Players 141. ROBERT LEROY KNAPP Springton Manor, Bywood With a serious demeanor which seemingly indicates deep eoncentration, Robert perambulates through our halls of learning. As prophets we're not so good, but all things considered, he'll probably turn o11t to be one of the worldfs greatest humorists. Class: Dance Committee 131g Basketball 1313 Baseball 1 1. Clubs: Choral 141. CHARLES JOHN KNUTT, JR. 1040 Serrill Avenue. Yeadon Iinder that Iiery plume that adorns the top of Charles Knott is a great brain. In fact Charles is one of few who realized what physics was all about. And need- less to say tl1e class was better olT for this knowledge, which wasn't wasted. LEWIS WILLIAM KUBLICH 225 School Avenue, Harwood Moody, moody Lewis. 'We often have a faint suspie eion that Lewis thinks great thoughts beneath that handsome exterior of his, but he's much too mean to tell us of them. Soccer, too, has seemed to increase his reservedness. Class: Assembly Committee 111: Dance Committee 1113 Exeeutive Committee 1113 Magazine Committee 1113 Party Committee 111. Clubs: Choral 13, 41. Sports: Soccer 13, 41. Page Fon tx eight 1 3 ,.+ 1 It " Hu ' " v 1" ...Intu- , In ,, ,, HH ..........l.- , ,A,,,,,, , . - wiv- . Hi.. -. . Tl "SEV ""ZU" liz. ' ' ':i.f.:. ---1 ,91 we 5 'ii55i?i35' , "l'l '-lu. ..t. .. zz ,.,., q::E::q:.. ...q::5.. .... 1. ..... .::::::- :gggggm-5 W5-K-,::g V 55555, 1-Ht. -' l .5 11:11 1 1 5 i D 5 1 1 L' +- .' E t , . E s l , , . 5 M A -. , ..t:,:-1.2 IIAHRY KVNKEL KOCH 13155 Ferne Avenue, Drexel I-Iill Harry plays center on the saxophone trio which holds the ass:-iuoly record for continuous applause. He's hevn class president and one of the most important members of the class: he's invaluable to '32. lieverting to Pennsylvania Dutch, we ask. 'tlioeh what we mean ?" School: A. A. Council 12, 3. 45: Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 35: Honor Roll 1155 Thrift Councilor 11, 2, 353 Festival Orchestra 145. Class: President 115: Assembly Committee 125: Budget f:llllllIlll't90.11, 25: Dance Committee 11, 2, Il, -153 Execu- tlye Committee 115: Track 11. 25: Memorial Day Com- mittee 1153 Christmas Basket Committee 11, 25. Sports: Soccer 1Manager 35. Clubs: Choral 1-15: Dramus 12. President 455 Ili-Y 11, 2, Chaplain 3 and -l5. JEAN Ll'1'TlI.LE KOCVIIQINSKY 213 Samson Street, l'pper Darby The nicest thing to talk about when you're speaking' of .lean is her accent. lt's a mixture of upfcountry Dutch and Vkrainian: little wonder that she gives French a charming but unusual flavor. GEORGE DURING KUERNER 2415 Gulford Road, Lansdowne The man who can prepare ham sandwiches with more dexterity than George ean. is yet to he found. lVhen l1e's not swinging a wicked meat chopper, he's usually throwing around properties for Miss Grifl'ln's numerous plays. Says George, "Prosperity is around the Koernerf' School: Monitor 135. Class: Senior Play, Baseball 135. V Clubs: Dramns 113, 451 Drill Team 12, 353 German 13, 455 History 1453 I'. D. Players 1455 Rifle 12, 35. ESTHEH FRIEDA KRAMER 122 Terrace Avenue, Highland Park After Esther has led us into thinking that sho is one of these exceptionally shy and serious persons. we sus- pect she may be enjoying a silent chuckle or two. Any- way, it certainly is hard to associate her dimples with :rave seriousness. School: Honor Roll 12, 355 Distinguished Honor Roll 135. Class: Memorial Day Committee 115. Clubs: German 1355. MARGARET MARIE LAMBERT 41 Cherry Street, Sharon Hill Peggy 1of the illustrious flrlll of Lambert, Inc., makers of Listeriuel may be somewhat small in size but she's mighty big in energy. For instance, can anyone for- get the notices--by Pe2gy's own hand-that Came around so neatly typed? And we could read them too! School: Acorn Agent 1253 Gym Exhibition 135. Class: Candy Committee 145: Dance Committee 135: Party Committee 1153 Play Committee 1455 Basketball 123- Clubs: Choral 145. Page Fmti nine t :mil llhllb L . ,-- Q l .1 .1 11 ...11 3 l 1111'1 "' 1 --1111 11 1111 I 1111 1,1 11-1 mm " : 11111-11.-1-"ff'i'!f!.. H, ... 11111 ""' -111111111 1 11111 1 1' ,.1111v1 ,.,.,,,,,, Q ------ ml 1 1,.1, , .... ... 11:1-g,,,, .. 1111141111 , -' 1 "" 1111 11 ul I' 1 , l -,,, 1111 "' .. 411111111111 .,, IIZZ. fr -.-. ..-.- 1114 uuu ,.,,. . .... ..- .-.... 11111111. ----- V 1.-.-.---- 111 11. HH- I 1. ..1.1111 "ffff,.gL:,,-LLIZIII1IIZ- ""U'h .ml 1. .111-.1111-11-11 40 1111 1:9 11111 B11 1 ROBERT WALTER LANDIS 529 VVinlield Avenue, Bywood Bob is one of our leading authorities on aeroplane construction and destruction. So closely has he studied aviation and all parts of the industry that he can gob- ably Landis plane as well as a regular pilot. The . E. S. has a loyal booster in Bob, too. Class: Dance Committee 143. Clubs: Engineering 1433 Rifle 143. CLINTON BENJAMIN LAUGHEAI3, JR. 14 Glencoe Road, Stonehurst Tinny has become the oflicial seconder of all motions at our class 1nectings3 without him, business. old and new, would be at a standstill. He also provides a shoulder for Lombardo in their so-called duets. und kicks a mean soccer ball to boot. 1Ilon't worry about this sentence.3 School: Monitor 123, Gym Exhibition 12, 3, 43. Clagasgy Dance Committee 133, Memorial Day Committee Sports: Soccer 13, 43. Clubs: Choral 143. ADA LOUISE LAYMAN T019 Pennsylvania Avenue, Bywood Ada Louise came to us last year all the way from St. Louis where the "Cardinals" sing. Acting and skat- ing are Ada Louise's hobbies. If you don't believe us about the latter, just watch her cut :1 perfect iigure on the ice. School: Honor Roll 143. Class: Senior Play. Clubs: History 1433 Choral 143. ELEANOH MAFLL LEHMAN 523 VViniie1d Avenue, Bywood Presenting Upper Darby's iiaxen-haired Eleanor Leh- man, who is the proud possessor of a great big title: Associate Mem-ber of the U. D. Players. We found out, too, that beside enjoying acting she loves to read-not school books, but reg'lar books! School: Honor Roll 11, 2, 33. Clubs: U. D. Players 133. NEWELL LEVERICH LENHAM 518 Netherwood Road, Beverly Hills The youth of Upper Darby is in Bud all year. That's why he's such a success as a leader of cheers and sub- duer of jeers around this particular knowledge factory. If some one would only make a collection of Bud's butterfly ties for the new trophy cases! School: A. A. Council 1433 Gym Exhibition 11. 2, 333 Honor Roll 1133 Monitor 11, 23, Class: Dance Committee 11, 2. 331 Executive Committee 123: Party Committee 1333 Basketball 11, 2, 333 Track 11, 2, 3, 433 Junior Play. Sports: Cheer Leading 11, 2, 3, 43. Clubs: Choral 1433 U. D. Players 133. Page Fifty 5 .1. :mil ,. 14' if-v Il-l-l1lI II I- I1 -I -I IQIHID I1 IQ I1 IIIIIQ I-IIHIQIQIQHQIQIQIIIQ lQl1l1lzlll IU IU ll ll ll! , A F., .. '- :::::::11!11f:: 1. lllil... ...H ......... - il 'L 1W " ' ' E113 I Ll ,L A... 1 i i l l E 3 1 E l l 1 i 1 1 in 4. W .A Y, -.2,,o1,:1.j1gg3V'Qg.3.i. JANE ELLEN LEONARD 3600 Highland Avenue. Drexel Hill When .lane turns her brown wavy head and darts those dreamy blue eyes your way. beware. boys. Cupid's sure to shoot. But don't feel wounded. because we tl1i11k .lane knows what her Doody is. school: lzylll Exhibition 135. Class: Dance Committee 135. Clubs: History 1453 Library 145. STANLEY LEVINE 527 1411111 Avenue. Iiywood When ha-'s not engaged ill lllllklllg' aspiring. persplring wrestlers feel like S2lIldWll'll tilling. Levine is engaged i11 pursuits literary and inatheinatieal. Stan is more inter- ested in the latter, 1110111-2311, Zlllll eau be seen making regular tracks to all Algetrarea meetings. S1-hool: Honor Roll 12, 3, 453 l'pi-Dall 145. Class: Baseball 135. Sports: Football 1353 XVrestlin,f: 12. 35. Clubs: Algetrarea 13, 45. ERNEST JOSEPH LINIIER 633 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill Perhaps he's earnest, but he St'l'lllS to like a joke as well as anybody. A curly-l1eade1l fellow with a slow, gzennine smileg we'll always l'l'lllPllll5t'l' l1i111 pinning signs on Love's baek and tearing around School Lane i11 his green-wheeled chariot. School: Announeer's Contest --Seeond Prize 1453 Thrift l'ouneilor 125. Class: Dance Coininittee 145, Club: German 145. WILLIAM JAMES LUMIQAIKIHP. JR. 1511 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hill 'Ali'llll5Hl' Billfs assembly prograuis? Now we under- stand why the wholesale vegetable business should he profitable in his family. Bill, hiinself. has been a great asset to IT. D. both in basketball and baseball and we've truly been proud of our "Guy Lombardo." S1-honl: Monitor 11, 2. 3, 452 Tribunal 11, 25. Sports: Baseball 12, 3. 453 liasketball 12. Ii. Captain 45. Clubs: Hi-Y 13, 45. JANET CAROLINE LUITIDENSLAGICR 348 Congress Avenue, Lansdowiie This smallest lllBlllb01' of the trio of Wolfenden. Stout, and Loundenslager really should get a patent o11 her laugh, for there's not another like it. Ve even chal- lenge Mr. Diehl to keep a straiglit faee when Janet begins to laugli-and that is soinething. School: Gyni Exhibition 11, 2. 353 Monitor 11, 253 l'pi- Ilah 14,5 Festival Chorus 155, 453 Thrift Councilor 11, 25. Class: Czuidy COIlllIllt1P6 1453 Imnee Conunittee 11. 2, 555: Magazine C0lllllll110P 115: Memorial Day fillllllllt- tee 11. 253 Play C0lll1lllI109 13. 45: The Uakg Pennant Connnittee 135. Clubs: Choral 145: "A" Chorus 145, Pam' l'ift1 one -vw 1 Hill. 1 I uuiulllt. in u 1 nn: mu , , lu 1 1 in , ' . .... ..,. .... omg. .- '----- .omon 'Hg'-U" fggyg: -.-:' 1 :::: -on l" .I 1 1 .. ..... -.. . .,.. ,,,, ----- -: ..,. --.. in-nu ,. .... W -"" ' 1:9 it 2iz:f::x11- . 1:-1.51 I I 1 1 H f vv, --..-. ..-. --., uni- ..1. ----- .--.-.--.- 1 . 11... -::::1,:.:gg.-:::::::::::: :muon ,,..... -1fI..,..1flZl" ...fIf... . , .I H oz v .11 . .... - .nn it -Ffs51E.:' 5-2 J 1 M 5 EDWARD BRETZ LOVE 731 Stanbridge Road, Fpper Darby Drums! Drums! Two hundred and some 1quite a sum1 pounds of wit and humor 1who said half wit and half huinor'f1 He speaks Freneh. but we have to take his word for itg he ,froes too fast for anyone in these parts. Seidel up to Ed sometime and ask him what near beer before breakfast does to the waistline. School: T'hrift Councilor 131. HARHIET LVCKER 353 North Congress Avenue, Lansdowne Yes. sir: Harriet has been to South Afriea where men are men and women stav home. But they didn't play hoekey there and they didn't have an Aeorn like ours, so she left that dark continent to work for us. Now we're Lnek'er than Harriet. School: Aeorn Staff 13. -11: Acorn Agent 141: Gym Exhi- bition 12, 31: Honor Roll 11, 2, 31: Distiuguisheil Honor Roll 121. Class: Basketball 11, 2, 31: Hoekey 11, 2, 31. Sports: Hockey 141. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12, 3, 415 Le Cerele Francais 13, 41: Hi-Y 141. JOHN PIPER LFTZ 1133 Ferne Avenue, Drexel Hill John is always in demand for the operetta. in which he plays what is known technically as a heavy part. If all the red ink used in marking his report cards were put together, it wouldn't even dye an ant's eyelash. School: Acorn Agent 11. 31: Honor Roll 12. 3. 41: Dis- tinguished Honor Roll 13, 41, Monitor 1313 Festival Rand 141. Class: Assembly Committee 111: The Oak: Basketball 1.1. - Clubs: Algetrarea 13, Vice-President -115 Dramus 11, 2, 31: Latin 13, 41. .TOHN GORDON LYON-S 531 Larchwood Avenue, Bywoorl Speaking of Lyons. only a barber would beard a lion in its den. Gord, a master of stave-craft 1no. not a new kind of eheese1. was one of the reasons for the sueeess of the senior play. Vvomen? Ry the dozens! Sehool: Acorn Agent 1-11: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 31: l'pi-Dah 12, 31: Thrift Councilor 141. Cla-ss: Dance Committee 11. 41: Senior Play. Clubs: Algetrarea 141: Dramus 12, 3, -11: History 1-113 Visual Education 11. 21. EDGAR MORGAN MA1' ADAM 243 Fairview Avenue. Drexel Hill Ed does all his homework in home room study and still has tix11e left for a fifteen minute nap. You know what happens when homework is done that way! The poor boy only makes the honor roll. Tennis and saliva spheres are more serious eonsiderations with Morgan, though. School: Honor Roll 13, 41. Page Fzfti rua I- ay 1 1 2. il' ,ir 1 1 1- .11 2. in x,, 1, 5,1 Z J 1 gs I., sf' 5... X 1. ima Q... .sg ,g . lr 3, l-Z' . ,Ag Kz"'L'EJ 'L 5" 1 1 I- .2 HE!!! .44 Z ,..,...........-1 ll ......1111'1gfm,, ', . , ::::::... ::..: ':1::::::.1" 545, 1- . J 1 531 11" M 'inn r - . ::: . , . H . ': Q ,'jff:' QIZ- '::: , 222' 'i-4 --13? ' L'Il .isa H... -,:::--5- 2 .::: 1 .WM-Ajfi': liifliin. ..:1. ,:,:p ,, 4 .,4., N -Ziff K' :if g - 4 1 . .. .. . -. -..... ,-..., . W 5 E. ' Q1 . 1 . W . 1 1 1 L JANICT MA1'AI1ABlS 4. 2183 l'pl:1u1l 1V:1y. Drexel Hill I vw . . . . . ll ilu-ro IS Q 1-vrtuln 1111101 tlljllllfj' nhont .lnnl-I that .l.':,"1 ll lll2lkt'S us 111-lle-ve :lt first that shi- is :1 vm-ry sopllistivate-rl ' 1 young Indy. 1 Howq-vor. wht-n wo soo thoso oyos twinkling 1 1'-4 and hor snnlv i'UllllIl5.Z'. wo know for suro that sho is 1 1 . . i 1lllll9 lllff0l'E'llf :intl just loads of fun. I 1" Svhool: Gym Exhibition 141: Honor Roll 13, 41. I f! Ii 5 I ' JEAN LUl,'ISI'I MA1'llllNAI.l1 2 E1-1 1' 251 Powell Lznw, St1YIlt'll1ll'Sl f' 1 ' A flash of :vznro eye-s. il toss of :1 hlonnlish ln-aid. a 71,2 1 , hilarious l2lll'j.fll. and 11 group of young nnllos has goth- 1- 1' vrvll. Je-un IS wry llllll'll i11t1-1-1-stl-11 i11 :nrt--in flu-t she 1 E. - like-s .to draw anything fftllll Klivkoy Mousm-s to the opposite' sex. Su-hool: Acorn Agvnt 111: Gynn lCxhil1ition 11. 2. Cl. 41: Honor Roll 12. Ill: Monitor 12. 221: lllll-llilll 1311 Thrift ' N l'llllHClll1l' 12. 31. , Q ', 1 Class: l1:1111-e l'on1n1itte-11 155. 41: ldxe-1-iitivv l'0lllllllll'l'!' : 311 12. 41: Home Room '1'r1-usnre-r 11, 21: .lnnlor Play? , 1' gbllllll' Play: Stntiom-ry Coinniittov 141: llnhy llny I l 1 I l j 0011111111199 131. j 1 ' Sports: 'l'1':1f-k 1AlHll2UIt'l' 41. .1 1 Clubs: Choral 141: Lo 1'1-11-lo I"r:111v:1is 121. 41: I'. 11. I I'lily0l'S 13, 41. , 5 64 JAMES EAll+I1tS11N MACI.ANI'1 1 537 Slliltllflllllll AVOIIIIP. Ilrvxol Hill x I P ' Jlllllllli' Malcllalic- lirsl llllvlllllt' fannons :is a 1-ollovtor 1 of adflrosses and telephonv IlllllllN'I'S. Sim-v than tinn' A 1 thi- lil-ll 'l'.1lopho11e Colnpzlny has offvre-11 to puhlish his 1 :uldruss hook :ls :1 llirvvtory of the sovinlly olltv in Vppor ' . Ibnrhy. .linnnie lllllSf llRl1'P il lot of frionuls. W1-ll, he 1 hns. - g School: A1-111'111Sta1ff, 141: Gylll Iflxhihition 11. 2. Il. 413 1 . Iltrlllrl' lloll 1 . 2. -. 41. 1 4 Clusx-1: Assvnlhly fltillllllllflllt 141: fllll'lSflllRlS linskot lltilll- Q - 1 ' lllllfl'Q 11. 212 Ilunvv llillllllllflvt' 11. 21. CL 415 .lnnior 1, Play: Xlt'llll1l'1ill I1:1y ll0lllllllfll'1' 13. 41: I'2lI'1j' l'0lllllllt' , 1 4 tm--141: S1'1ll0l' Plny. ' , d Clubs: Drill 'lvt'2'illl 12. fl. 41: History 121. l'1'1'si1l1'11t 412 ' 11 1 1 Le- C1-rvlv I"r:11n-:mis 141: l'. 11. 1'1:1y1-rs 141: Stannp 11, I Sl'1'I'L'lRlI'j' 21. J gi 1 : THAN IA1l'ISl'l BlAl1l1I41N J J 1118 South Clifton 4KV1'llllt'. Alzlzln ' 1 '11 You know wo Uillllf ull ho lm-'alle-rs. 'llllt'l't' innst always ' 4 1 ls pooplo who do-tln-ir pnrt hy following: quivtly and 1 1 illtolligrl-11tly 1Vlll'l'0 otha-rs loud. vl02lll is :I truo followl-r 4 of thx- Vpper I1:11'l1y spirit. i School: Gym Exhibition 131: 'I"hrift Count-ilor 1211. 1 Clubs: Chornl 141: l4lll1'2lI'y 141. l 1 FRANK ll11I1I4lIiA1'K MALLALII-Zl'. JR. l 1111 Strnmlford Ave-11114-. Aldnn 11 llipla-5' has told us of pe-oplv who lltl1'l' 1-:its-n lllillly g 1 things. lint lwrlfs ont- follow ho missed ontirs-ly. I"r:1nk . 1 1-nts lil! Sl'l1'lll't-' i11 any shape- or 10l'lll. ho it t'llQ'IlllSlI'y. ' ' 1 1 physim-s. or whzlt havv you. I11 order to ks-vp up his ll digrnity :ls prvsitlont of the- Sf0lIIlllt'lZ S1-il-11ti1'i1' Som-ivty, ', 1 ha- is now l111il1ii11g :1 lltlll-'llfU1l dust cut:-lior. K Sc-hool: Honor Iloll 13. 41: Monitor 11. 21. ' A Clnss: Junior Play. 1 X Clnhs: Ste-i111110tZ Sovie-ty 13. l'l't'Sl1lt'Ili 41: HiAY 141. Paar Fzjtx H1100 1 1 unluuunlnunlilnnnliunllnlullnlnlllllnInu:null-1--gunning.gggg-g-gg-.I---.Ii-I., ,W t .K . K 1 1 E . , 1. ,. . . KJ ,,, l ' Hill. 2 1 . 1 1 ,..,.....-.tu ' ...tlvvvruvmglmm 1 ' """" INCH... .lilfp '1Z1JI?Hl" liihilill' ,f,,. 4 .AA -:zz "' ' " "'1:::f" 'sgzazi ":::,::: :ny-f-M g ill ,. 41 -- 'E::E222:-e.,.,,--EEE 21222: l"1C1---lm 1 -.,- ffm-i'-Fifi .--- -.-- 2 rfw-1---,,,q?:Qrr' 1:55 .... .g-...,sz22 I - I l 1 I l WM , 1 1 5J.5,'s:'.f. . : E E ' 1 5 1 WILLIAM WARREN MALONE El ' 3500 Highland Avenue, Drexel H111 3 1 1 And we find here the "Peek's Bad Boy" of Upper 1 Darby, for Warren is an authority on all the latest wise 1 1-53 cracks. The feminine heart has been the field for his 5 5.11 1 most successful conquests. His greatest aspiration now ,gp ll is to be "ye merrie editor" of Ballyhoo. ' School: Monitor 141. ' if MARY ATHALIA MARSH 5 Harrison Avenue, Clifton Heights E, Her etlicient work in the orchestra and on the Oak statf has given Athalia the reputation of being one of W Upper Darby's most reliable workers. And she certainly has lived up to her reputation. 1 School: Gym Exhibition 131: Ho11or Roll 13. 413 Thrift 4 Councilor 111: Typing Team 1-11: Festival Orchestra 13, 415 Upi-Dah 121. Class: Home Room Treasurer 13, 415 Junior Play: , Senior Play: The Oakg Publicity Committee 141 g Dance Committee 141. 'gi .+ Clubs: Conunercc 1413 Dramus 13, 413 German 13, 41. SQ .ig , si s MARY EMMA MARSHALL T' 1121 Childs Avenue, Drexel Hin gig Marys chestnut head is just sure to pop ug when 335 the-re's 21 play practice. and she always gets t e part Ei with that resonant voice. XVe're not the only ones that fbi? appreciate that voice, because a certain junior is often seen escorting her through our illustrious halls. M iiif . School: I'pi-Dah Agent 1319 Thrift Councilor 11, 413 13 ' Operettu 141. ,Ll Class: Candy Committee 1415 Junior Play: Party Com- I mittee 141: Pennant Committee 13, 415 Senior Playg Hockey 131. Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 1-11: Library 1415 U. D. Players 141. i1 RUTH MARSHALL 430-1 Jones Avenue, Drexel Hill Ruth's one of the few people in this world that pos- sess :1 hearty laugh and we think that Ruth has chosen the right profession in which to use it. Can't S011 see Ruth saying a cheerful word to a sick patient? b School: Honor Roll 121. S12 1 E. iii, in iff CHANm.r:R MARTIN 1137 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill This culprit's chief delight is to hide the Ptliegerian ggi purse in some remote corner of Mr. Noel's home room, Ltr and tl1e11 to view the hunt for it with calm detachment. fbi In fact. Chan has one of the czllmest detachments to be Q31 found outside of a Chinese laundry. if: Clubs: RiHe 131. :il ZS? ,. iii 1 .L M',.g1'fff J .bu i Page Fifty-four ' nl! nu I1 I1 in ui In!! I! I1 llll I1 in I1 IS lu I1 IQIISIQIQIQCQIIIHI-I1lHl1l1I1 un I ..11..1.l4nnlu '1 In-1v'll .1 -...-. .1--.1 W., 11--1-H I W 1.. .,.... ..-.1 .....1... ,, D W , ug K '......... 1" 1 ::: p .:::: ""' 'Nfl' P1 '1:::: -EE' ? . l w5:efs21.,.'1 .,:1 I .,..., I .ll .. , lu' :E l 1 I Y V . ,, I i 1mo1:o'1"nY IIAN11: nAl:'1'1N Mil 10: lValnut, sm-er, Clifton lloignrs 55335, llot spends xnost of hor llllli' worrying ovor typing und showing Mr. IIuupt's vhorus girls just how those 1lun1'1- steps should bo dono. You'll l'PlllClllll0lT Dot us El llltllllllvl' of our girls' trio and us il Illvllllltllf of tho vast in this yv:1r's Operetta. School: 'Gym I'Ixhihition 11, 2. Cl. 45: F1-stivzll Chorus 13, 45: Trlo 13, 45: Sixteen Singers 135: "A" Chorus 145. Class: Candy l'0lIlllllll00 145: Homo Room 'l'r0:1surer 1l I : .lunior Play: St-nior Play: Balskvlhull 135 3 llom-lu-y 1245: Truck 12, 35. Q- Clubs: Choral 145: l'o1111noi'w 1455 llrannus 13, 45. rw 11. V-, E3 l:IVANGl:lLINl'l .ll'NE MARTIN E 1354 Stun- llond. Highland Park ii "Sil1-nt Cul" Coolidgo or Mahatma llundhi would proh- ubly ziplnrc-ciuto :1 som-rotzlry liko l'1Y8lll.!t'1lIl0. Sho IIPVPI' if nrortlos. hut Pllll sho typo? .lust ask tho Ar-orn pooplo. L- It's nit-o to know n porson liko Vun who 1-an s1nilinglyA L1 yot 0lllCll'Tllly--llCl'0lll1lllSll hor work. Sc-hool: Acorn 145. Class: Cilllflj' f'1llIlllllll'G'0 145. Clubs: Chorul 145: History 145: Lihrzxry 145. , 1 my ,H f MAHGAlll1l'l' I.l:Il1ISl1l MARTIN fr: 1115 South Uurol Boulevard. llighland Park I Bl2ll'5IZll'l'l is :1 l'l1'lll llt'1l1'V9l' in the :ulugo that "Si1on1-o Q 2. fl is gIlllll1'll." All that wo can do now is to hops- that this print-iplo will holp lu-r in hor lift-'s work. For what is gg worse than :1 garrulous nurso whon ont- hus lo1-kjuw und 211 u:ln't prolnwt hin1s1'1l": F2 EMMA CARULYN MAPK fo T North Curol Roulovurml. Highland Park Iilumu dos-sn't bolivvm- thzlt hoingr El strangor has uny- Q- thing' to do with popularity. It lll1lll'l koop hor from makin: friends aplonty und winning u place among tho Q runks of 132: she- Cilll do uuything from wielding a inc-nn 3 hor-key stivk to puhlio spvukingiand we-ll, too. Glou- Nor prizes hor no more than we. Dig School: Gym Exhibition 145: Honor Roll 145. E Class: Candy lvllllllllltllf 145: Dance Clllllllllltflll 45. Dui Sports: Ho1'k0y 145. Clubs: Lv Cort-lo Francais 145. DQ MARY l1lL1ZAlil1l'l'II MAl'N ff 411515 Bonsall Avonuo, llroxol Ilill glfl lVhotln-r it's aurting, or tuking 1-liurgo of n Fl'l'llCll iv vluss. or nuumuingr an C0lllllllllA'l'. Mury l1lliz:1beth is ulwuys th1-ro. With that soft voice :Ind moss of blond:- huir, we nro sure- that sho will win llllllly hearts in this old world. Bon pedagogy, Mary Eliznlnotln. Svhool: Avorn Stuff 12, 3. 45: Honor ltoll 1353 Thrift Couns-ilor 11, 25. Class: Dnnve Clillllllllltli-' 122. 45: lixovutive P0llllllltfQ'l' 115: Home Room '1'r4-zlsurvr 145: Public-ity Connnitloo 13. 45: Purty Committee 115. Clubs: Ars Pootuo 12. CL Svcrotury 45: Choral 145: Le l'0l'Cl1' lfrainc-axis 145: l'. I5. Pluye-rs 145: "A" Chorus ,., 1 p A 1 145: Hi-Y 145. ' , in is l Pugv Fifty-fin' ' to im..-U-.-n ii. -1 Hg..-...v .. x -- . in , I 1 , v -mu-if um! uma um..-.- 1-noun . .,.. , nm..-. nm - -- - . - ---- , ,. ..,.. ' ---.. 1: hu ::::: --H - -Io ... .. v 1 L K v ln it g. i ARTHVIR SANFOICD MAVRICR. Jil. 238 Guilford lload. Stonehurst They say that people who despise. who distrust. who dislike a Ill-'Sslllliiit ale optimists. If that is southen Art is. indeed. an optimist. tor his pleasant disposition and ever-ready attitude make him well liked by all. .Qs the saying goes-"May all your troubles be bubblesf Sehnol: Gym Exhibition 14l. JAMES HR-OWN MC1'AR'l'I+1ll 717 Stanbridgre Road, Drexel Hill .lim Carter has one purpose in school and that is to keep the Tribunal up in its batting prac-tic-e. But not- withstanding, most of the girls are trying: to make Uzlrter. Class: Basketball 12315 Track 131. Sports: Track 131. Clubs: C0lllIll0I'l"l' 131. HARRY Ml' DOWICLL 40211 Garrett Road. Drexel Hill Everyone knows this young man made famous by Professor Leviue's famous lyric. "The Pie-Eyed Piper of I'pper Darby." Harry has evideneed quite an interest in a certain "Peg 0' My Heart." who, from all indica- tions, has driven quite a peg: into his heart. School: At-orn Agent 113: Gym Exllibition 11, 12, 3, 433 Honor Iioll Gil: Monitor 11. 40. Class: llaskethall 1ll. MARGAlil'l'l' lflVl'lI.YN Mi'l4lIAVl'1l4l Lawton Terraee. Primos "Pale hands stole over the ivory key When a ehord was struek . . ." Those are Margrarefs hands we-'re speaking of. Music is her favorite pastime. but we never knew that 'til a short time ago. Now is that fair to l'. D., Margaret 'S Clubs: Uhoral 141. MARGIGIIY INGZEL MUKAY fiii-13 Fc-rue Avenue. Drexel Hill 'YVhen Marge wears .ai white eollar, she looks like an eiglnt-telephone executive. Anil that's how eflieient she 1s. Marge is another rare SIN:'l'lllll-'ll whieh one dest-rilnes only in superlatives: most original, most faithful, most willing . . . School: Gym Iilxhibition 11, 2, Ilbg Honor Roll 11, 2, 3, 4I: Distinguished Honor Roll 11, 2, Zlyg English Prize 1lbg I'pi-Dah 12. Il. lb. Class: Budget Uommittee 1See1'et:1ry -il: Candy Com- mittee 1-lj: Dance Uommittee 12. Ili: Exeeutive Com- mittee 1l'ha1rman 35g Magazine Cominittee 12lg Me- morlal Day villllllllftl-'ff 13i: Party Uommittee 1133 The Oak: Basketball 12. ily: Hockey 12l. Clubs: History 13. 45: Latin 12. il. ii: Tay-XVistalvan 12, 3. fig H1-Y 12, Il, Secretary 43. Page Fiftx sir . . ....... .. 1 "' ':::: :. ' ann H 'V -mn , ..-. ., . ,, . .. -,..-1.:1g.-1L:" n umm ...m..-n..,.!7....,iQIiiiff .,fH'f...l..l. v. Q i in In n --.. . Y.. - I 1 .......... ,--- , AA,, - 5 2 1 Q lll . .... ' I ,,.... . V - , ,-,, - v-' ni I' VI I. .' I sorties. l , I l. i was' S i 5 l l 1 l W 1. :i all i 1 if Y I , l A i 1 1 i. is ii! i 52:2 ii' , 1 '..- v ,. ...Ho .to 'mo-1uv1lf1if...t, .to-1 oo.. .U .......... .113 iil.9f 1 3'f I MARY ICLLICN ML'LAl'l4HI.IN ""' 713313 Beverly lionlovarll, Ilighland Park HHH :Ml-ML Mary's the kind of enthusiast that lvl3Dl'l' llarby's tt-:uns ne-ed. ltr-ally. always, with an abundam-o of vivaf-ity and pop. slu-'s been one of tho running now:-rs of tho hogkey and track tn-anis for tho past two yours. School: Gyin Exhibition 12, 3, 435 Monitor 133. Class: Candy Counnittoo 143: Basketball 123: Ho1-key 123: Track 123. Sports: Hom-kvy 13, 43g llaskvtball 13, 43: 'l'l'au'k 121, 43. Clubs: l'll0I'il1 143. , DONALD .IUHN MCNALLY 713335 XVest Cllestvr Pikv. fllfllliilllll Park , Ile-calilsv ho be-longs to that sup:-r c-ollon-tion ot' von- l't'I1fI'2ift'll 1-1-welwllnins. in 1.'0llllll0ll, ordinary lanpruagt-, , thg- chefs c-lub. Donald..whom-ver he-'s asked to do lilly- thmg. Just says HCll0SSll'." Sq-lgoolz Honor Roll 13. 433 I,lSIlllQ'lllSllf'll Honor Roll 1 3. ? Class: Home Room 'l'r1-aslirvr 1553. Q Clubs: Algvlrarczl 1'! 43' Chow 1" Qs-1r3t W -, ,. .l -f, . ' 1 ary 43: Gm'- P, :nan 133. 1235 GEORGE HUUVER MCNAMARA 254 Ke-nt Road. itonehnrst in Ile-rt-'s a l:ul-anotlim-r Goorge-witli wholn wo frator- L?-, nize four periods il wen-k in Mr. Goals' lwst 1' 13 li 1-l-iss And we-'ve found that the only tinu- his glllllllh'-gllt'Ilt'ti , -is broke-n is when his witty hmnur runs away from hun. How wo treasure- those- inonu-nts! if M RALPH DUWNICS Ml1ILI'Nl'IY ff if Snnnnit AVt'llllt', Priinos it V Molotlions Molum-y's soothing sax is a highly rt-gax'sh-d ,Q fm-atnre of our bottor assi-nlblies. In tho spring. Ralph ix inakvs llorsvllidvs travel at a syn-e-11 whiuh they ne-vor approavlloll while on tho parm-lit Illlllllili. School: Acorn Age-nt 13. 43: Festival Chorus 143: Pos- tivnl Hand 13, 43: Festival 131'ul1e-stra 143. Class: Ilanve l'0lllllllfTt'P 12. II. 43: Party lilllllllllffvl' 13, 43: Play UUlllllllfft't' 1223: Haskvtbzlll 11, 43. Sports: liasvball 11. 2. Il. 435 Smwvr 143. Clubs: Choral 143: lll'lllllllS 1433 Hi-Y 13, 43. l'1MlI.Ilf1 IHLING Ml1IIlKI.I+Z 600 Slladelanml Ave-num-. Ilrt-xt-I Ilill Tho tiniest lllE'lIll1G'l' of tho se-nior 1-lass and probably the daintiost is our own l1In1ilio. Littlo "Foto" is 1-vor ready to take a joko without Ctlllllllilllllllg' and we- :ill love hor for it. It's loads of fun to watvh hor in gym, but how about that othe-1' Jinx, I+hnilie-'f Sc-hool: Festival Chorus 13. 43. Clubs: Alm-trarvn 1431 Choral 1432 History 1433 L0 Ce-rc-lo Francais 1523. Class: Canlly f'0lllllllITt'6 143: I'4-nnunt C1llllIlllfU't' 143. ,,, ,L . ., , , , A - Q 1- 1 1 ri ' Page Fllffj'-5C'E'811 IH IQ I-IS -1 I1 ll ll ll I-l1i1l1 I- I- ll ll '- ll ' ' .....t . " " '::::... 1' -1- .,........ In I . 1 - ll my, L mf I :nun In " unnlun V I 1 onun : Ill - , :::..: f 1.-3 1 MERRILL MIAL 4611 Irvington Road. Drexel Hill Mutt's a Hi-Yian and an important person around here: that's w11y almost any girl will gladly "walk a Mial." Don't get l1i1n eonfused with Doe Merrill: he's from an old Southern family whost motto is "l'p and MaeAdam." School: Gym Exhibition 111: Honor Roll 131. . l'la.ss: Sc-hool Pin Committee 131: Ilaneo Committee 12, 3. 41: Home Room Treasurer 131: .lnnior Play: The Oak: Basketball 12, 11, 41: Traek 111: Baby Day Coin- mittee 131. Clubs: Hi-Y 12. 3, 41. A'l"l"II.I11 ALBIGIRT Mll'0l.l'l'1'I 54 North Lynn Boulevard. Highland Park Here is the oriprinal rubber bandit. Atti1io!Alhert.to you-is noted both for tho rubber-bands in auto-tire sizes that he wields so etfec-tively and for his perfect atlendanre record. Anyway you look at it. life at L. Il. is just a big: snap for this bright-eyed senior. Sehool: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 31. .ll'LIA lCLlZAIllC'l'l-I MILI.l'IR 531 Holly Road, Yeadon Have you a relative in Tokio -Australia--Hindustan'E If you do, don't try to hide it. for .lnlia will tind you ont. She claims relationship to people all over the world. and you simply ean't know someone anywhere, but that Julie knows someone who knows someone else -you know how it ends. Millers are everywhere! School: Gym Exhibition 12, 41: Honor Roll 13, 41. Class: Fandy 1'ommittee 141. Clubs: Vhoral 141: U0lIllll1-'I'1'P 131, Seeretary 41: Lo Verele l"1'an1'ais 131. PARK HAYS MILLER. JR. 9114 Linden Avenue. Drexel Hill A stranger hearing Park punning away. would give him half a vote for elass wit. He wants to be another Ugden Nash. Rllld is getting a start by eausing' teaehers to gnash their teeth. Park is proof of the fact that a lot of grey matter can come in a small package. Sehool: Honor Roll 13, 41. Clubs: Algetrarea 141: Chess 13, 41: History 13, 41. FRANK XVAl.'l'lCll MUNTGOMICRY S10 Serrill Avenue. Yeadon Taking: .eharge of l'. l1.'s nose-to-the-ground squad lthe nronitorsj, Frank has bn-eome so profieient that he s going: to bevome a .Iustiee of the Peaee. .RPlll0lllb0l', a .lnstiee of the Peaee takes two pieees and makes them into one. 1Yes, dear ehildren. 'tis marriage-.1 Segihitgol: Gym Exhibition 1113 Honor Roll 1115 Monitor Sports: YVr1-stling 131. Pluhs: Hi-Y 141. PGUL Fifty ezglrt 1 1. 1' lj? , K 'is -5-fam. 5.71. Elliifi vt' JN XM... 1 I' ' 1 1 I 1 ::::f'4 1 un: nu I1 I! II ul IDI- HI I1 IH ul I1 I1 IC IZ ll IH ISI ISI-l1lQQQlQ--1-.Q ,-.-.- 'vo . W W 1 k in l- 'H' I 1 I l I l l l tl' i l l l 5 I ! l munm v. .. . , ... ... .. .- , .... . . - .4 ,, Kl+llH PAl'L M0011 2720 Pldon Avfnne Drextl Hill Keith spanlls part of his time travtling 'lround with tht Hoover engineers serine how this thing and that tlnnh are put together. He bee-une '1 bit apprehensive in hlfle Llub when Mr. lVood said thmy would have to shoot more.' Sm-hool: Acorn Agtnt 121. .4.,, ,,.t .t . ,,,..,. . l l s.,, , K lssl t. ' A Clubs: Fngineering 13, 41' berxnan 113' Ixilie 143. CLAIRE MORITZ 529 Penn Avenue. Drexel Hill t'laire has a snairpy Ford roadster with yellow wheels. All she needs to eo- is press a little thinlralnajig and it is ready to take her anywhere just like the magic' earpet tmayheb. Well. if she does get stuck there are always plenty of 'ABoyCe" willing to help her. S:-hool: Gym Exhibition 113. Class: Home Room Treasurer 113. ELlZABlf1'l'H ELLEN MORRIS 52 South Kirklyn Avenue, Kirklyn Quiet. unassuming. always willing to help. That's lletty. And her eagerness to do things is no way limited to easy tasks. The way she plays that trumpet is proof enough that diflienlt things do not worry her in the least. School: Honor Roll 11, 2. 413 l'pi-Dall 1-ljg Gym Exhi- bition 12. 3, -ll. Class: ,Candy Committee 141: Hockey 133: Memorial Day Committee 12. 3l. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12, El. ll, Commeree 123. -ll: Le 1'9l'l'l9 Franeais 145. JAMES ALLISON MURIUDW 102 North State Road, l'1l1N'l' Darby .Tim is one of these fellows who have been getting on the Honor Rolls as far back as the elass can remember. He's usually shooting about something or other.. either on the riHe range or on the debating: team. His best shots. though. are rolling off Yergrilian translations and pestering M. K. in 229. School: Gym Plxhibition 12. Ill: Honor Roll 12. 351 Distinguished Honor Roll 12. 3, -lj: Debating 14, Af- firmative Captainj. Class: Home Room Treasurer 135. Sports: Rifle Team 1Manager ll. Clubs: Rifle 13. Treasurer 43. DOROTHY L01-S MUl'L'l'0N IS North Kirkland Avenue. Kirklyn Ladies. Gentlemen. and Students. we are pleased to present the loqnaeious Dorothy Moulton. better known, perhaps. as a part of the Sehilling Agent-y. Between P. 0. D. and rushing around the halls in evening dresses for dralnaties. Dot also finds time for basketball and shaking niekels out of her home rooln for The Acorn. School: Ar-orn Agent 14jg Gym Exhibition 12, 3, 43: A. A. Campaign 135: Festival Chorus 141. Class: Candy Committee 1-ll: Basketball 13l. Clubs: Choral HJ: German 13. 41: l'. D. Players 145. l l Page Fifty-nine 1 -v- T eva 1 .... . ' "1!... .. 0' ..... nu uuull 1 I1 Ill! ' " ':" ""' H.. 't - 't , I..'i' .- .. ,, .1 '---' ......... ---1332" .,::,,. :I ..- HH ' Iliff.. .1-. It EVANS Sl'l'l'LEE Ml'l'KLOW, Jll. U01 Guenther Avenue, Yeadon Evans should write an essay ealled "Confessions of an Honor Roll Addict." His keen sense of humor. his quiet, genllemanly ways, and his friendship with Bob Jenkins mark him as a most creditable ehap. Sehool: Honor Roll 11, II. 3. -U. ALEXANDER UHESTEIIFIELD MVLLIN, 4TH 5:13 West Magnolia Avenue, Aldan And now, what person gazing upon this innocent eountenanee could ever guess that Alexander was one of the ringleaders in Mr. lJotti's band? You know Mullin was raised on Mellen's food: thats why he comes 11111111211 with a smile to rival 1'hevalier. School: Gym Exhibition 1219. Clubs: Choral 141: Drill Team 135. ETHEL SIMPSON MVIIRAY 3 Berbra Avenue. Harwood If we ever need sympathy or encouragement or help in Vergil, we invariably go to Ethel. and she always gives generously of herself to aid us. She may never be president of the Ynited States, but she's been elected to a high plaee among us. School: Gym Exhibition 121: Honor lloll 13. -H: History Contest Essay Prize Ch. Hubs: Ars Poetae 12. Cl. -U' History 143: Latin 12. 3. 43: Le Cert-le Frzmeais 1-U: Library 13, 41: Tay- XVistalvan 13. -H: French l'onversation 141. HELEN MARIE MVRRAY 7253 Alexander Avenue. Drexel Hill lf all the folks in 229 were as inoffensive and taeiturn as Helen, Miss Noble's troubles would allltake wings and her watch would rust: however. we think the rea- son for HeIen's silenee is very simple. She's studying how to make herself heard in English 1-lass. Clubs: Library 145. HERBERT lll'S.Sl-IL MYERS. JR. 123 Powell Lane. Stonehurst What with being: a musieian extraordinaire and vena during free passes to the Sixty:Ninth Street Theatre. Herb leads a varied life. His quiet retieenee is quite a relief in the huhbuh of 227. School: Gym Exhibition 11. 2. 41: Festival Chorus 13. 45. Class: Memorial Day Committee 115. :annum-:minusInnnnnann-ulanunannlllnnlvunnllnnnu-unlnlnllllnln-ann I l Page .S'i.1'ty l I . ,......1- 11.1-vggg,, 1 mm- mm H' 1..1l1..,tl- ,, , ..,. .. ..... H' Hmm ....,,... . U-: 5 H5332 H, ::::: mtlll' 'HH' "':"'i1 ' 1 , , ,fir ' ,, B ::::, '2 ,.LL mm "1 ,ill " H111 II --- '- iz: --4--1-1 ..,. ,,, .,:H.:.w 1 ,. :uf Af l In l --.:::.- ,, -.- :N 1 1 ::::: ti: .-i:: ..I.l...L. ,, I- ' ::::::' :V IZ: ---: v "I"t..Q.1,, ..,, g 1:11:11 -I-HHH-, ......,...... .1.2I" JT., .-. I. 'ZEQQM ,U 4511. .git L: - .... .. .. ., . ,-- ., ,. 11--gi l V ' . 1 l .: L 1 ' ..1.1 ...lo --.ol unu- EMMA 1'A'l'lIAlllNlfZ NAGl4II.I. S17 'l'lll'Hl'l' Avi-num-. llroxol Hill linnna is tho most vvrsatilo lady! Miss Hainos 1'li1llllS hor as hor most valuvd aid. and rightly. too. Did you know that lflnnna was tho only girl who t'0lll1l1'l1'Ll in tho Slbllvlllllltll rut-vs in l"lori4la'f And sho won, too! Al1l41IlA1l1lfI Nl'1l.S11N 23 K1-nt Iload, Sf11ll0lllll'St :ldolaido is like hor pootryfsparklinpr. niodorn. kt-only allvo to all that is worthwhilv. Sho is known to hor friends not only as a 1-le-vs-r writor. but also as an ofli- ' 1-wut oxs-vutivv. an 1'lll0I'lilll1lll7.f spoakm-r, a loyal friend, and a good snort. School: A1'0l'll Agvnt 121: llvhatingr 122. 41: Gym Exhi- bition 11. 2. 111: Honor Roll 11, 2, II. 41: llislinguisholl Honor Roll 12. 251: Engrlisll Prizm' 131: l'pi-Dah 2. I! L Editor 41: I'pi-Dah Agvnt 12. 31: Thrift 1'oun1-ilor 121: fi Uporvtta 13, Assistant Iiusinoss Manage-r 41. Y' Class: Arbor llay 1'0lllllllffP1' 141: Asst-nilbly 1'onunittvv 1221: Candy Umnmittov 1413 Dann- 1'onnnitts-o 12, 3. 413 Magazine l'0l1llllllf9t' 121: llvlnorial Day K'0lllllllfll'0 . inf 1551: Play Utlllllllltftwl 13, 41: 'Pho Oak: 'l'ounis 141. 1, 1 . Clubs: Ars Pootae 11. 2. 31: History 141: Ili-Y 13. 413 1 ,.. Latin 12. 3. 41: Lo Corvlv l"ran1-ais 141: 'l'ay-VVistalvnn ' 1" 3, 41 -,- . i 1 HENRY IIAZEN NICWICLL 111115 Childs Avonuo, Drvxol Hill fl? XVrlting storivs is Hvnry "Moose" N1-wt-ll's fortv. along lil with playing on tho ball-in-tho-haskot tc-ani. Of vourso 1 . whon ho joinvd tho l'11i-l1ah staff many pooplm- said ho 'fl didn't know what he was doing. I1on't worry, ln- N1-wvll Qi! what ho was doing. 55:3 Class: Play l'11llllllll'l0ll 1415 'l"ho Oak: 'Fonnis 1-l1: l'pi- kzsf Dah 141. Egg lfZRNl'lS'l' NVILLIAM NI1'lli11I.LS 1 i. . .21 11S North Fairvivw AVOIIIIU, H1::hland Park 'l .xy gf lirnvst admits that toal-ln-rs have him hutTalo1-ml, hut Q1 ho says that ho wouldn't ggivo two vs-nts for lnost of my lllt'lll anyway. If you want to know what wo think-- 5- and thx- fart that you don't want to isu't going to holp you -ff- Nic-holls and Mont-y should got togvtllor and ond Elf the de-pri-ssion. W gg School: Gym Exliihition 111: Honor Roll 112. 41: Monitor : 1 lf: 1L. 31: "A" Chorus 141. Class: Haskotlmall 12. 31. l .wx Clubs: Choral 141: l'0llllll0I'l'i1 1411 UFIIIIIUS 141. :wil 1 QQ? AR'l'Hl'll 1'ARl.'l'l1N NUIIINE, JR. 1 S113 Morgan Ave-uno, llroxn-1 Hill Art lnossm-ss:-ll a large niw-o of tho tulont in our sonior N fx play. and he usod it to tho host of allvantagrv. IM-spite ' if the fact that ln- is a hrilliant studont. Nodino adlnits ' 1 4 that Advani-1-d Al,1I1'l1l'Il is a stop backwards. School: Gylll lflxliilmition 1315 Honor Roll 13. 41. - I Class: Arbor Day lwillllllllftlw 1211: l1anoo 1'olnlnitt1-o 121: 1 Sonior Play. Sports: Football 1Managvr 221. Clubs: l'llf1l'fIl 141: Hi-Y 13. -l1. ,- Q i ' Paqc' Sll'fl"0llC' E I .i ..... ...- lm .. .. 1 " ...I....... . I 253 . 1,4 35 v 1.5 uw.. lmf , . ., 'A ...fl all .J .,...i 1 Q .,.'i-. KJ., 5 3 , i to E mi Q" 1' I I 1 I 5,412 5 , ' if ' LINDSAY DEAN NORMAN 4002 Rosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill XYheu a young man goes nuts and bolts, the result is nn lnterest in automobiles. XVhen the new Super-Super Norman thirty-two cylinder oar Comes out, you'll know it is the work of this genius. School: Festival Band 13. -ij. Class: Home Room Treasurer HJQ Ilzlsketbzlll L3b. Clubs: Choral 1-D. VIRGINIA MAE NYLVND 5-I3 Brookside Avenue, Yeadon "A soft answer turneth away wrath" seems to be Virginilfs motto. But then. who could become wruthful :lt such 21 sweet. cheerful person? Her attitude towards people and school is one of the best examples of unsele flshness and loyalty that we can find. b Class: Candy Committee HJ. Clubs: Latin 1453 Le Cert-le Francais f-Ijg t'ho1'nl 1-ll. THELMA LINNICA OHLSSOX 241 Highland Avenue, Highland Park Thelma loves to giggle, but her fun doesn't interfere with her work, for she has even attained the dizzy heights of the Distinguished Honor Roll. Too, she looks very dignified when presiding over the Library Club or serving as monitor. School: Aeorn Agent 121: Honor Roll 13. -Hg Distin- guished Honor Roll till, Monitor lilly Thrift Councilor ill. Clubs: History Hip Iiibrairy 13, President -Iii, Tay- Wistalvan C2, 3, -IJ. VVILLIAM R0lSI'1R'l7 UMASTA 35 South Brighton Avenue, Kirklyn Ilill acquired his dignity by het-oming major doino in a movie theatre. It must be great to see all the shows free. Une would never suspeet that he carries toy mice 2552 , x ,.,, lf: QV: I ii. xiii ill vi if 527 V. fx ,f ,J iw 'Hs ,J iii! , .. Ms Q.: i I 315. s 1 iff iw, an if it IJ L E a I G ,,. IJ ,. i I Ll i., I-, E ffl 4 E. I ZS: as I gi , 2 , Q 1 t A 5- 2 L. Q, 64 E T, 5 ., Q., f . PM 1-1 In ' Q EM L-. is :ll tai ki i 6 to seure little girls, but he does! V? . it K MARWIN WILLIAM OS'1'ICRH0l,'T W 439 Ilunsnll Avenue, Yeadon ' Each full finds Usterhout ut work helping: to solve th-ose Strange X-country problems tsolve for XJ. In the winter everything seems to swim before his eyes, for Ihll is the muelifabused lllillltljltil' of Baron IIerzo,g:'s naltntors. Cla-ss: 'Frau-k 131. Sports: Cross Country 43. li: Swiniming iMu11:1ger 3 ,, and 45. Qf in ' y ... yi X , QA, .V , "1 l V "" x K ' 1 'e . 1 , ..:.i i Y Page S1'.1'ty-two l n an II IZ ll IZ II I1 HI II IS :I IU I1 I1 IQ IZ ll IQ ul I IHIS IQ 1- -l I1 ln ll I1 IC l1l1 lll un lu nu nu an an :kai N1 ' 1 " ' ' M11 meal? 4 ' 1. .1onN 1:1:oo1i 1'.x1sT. .11:. 2 Qi 35415 Owen Avonuo, Lansdowne fi Without 21 floubt, when ll1lllllS0llll'l' tnaps are built. 1 2-,i they I1 lit-'.iDllllll like .lat-k's. But with all his beauty Qi: Zlll1l.ilfllll'llK' propelnsities. .lavk is going: i11 for a strit-tly 1 ,Ur llllSlllt'SS cart-1-1', be-cause souwone told him that "it 1'aist LM to ntlv01'tise." get School: Gym Exhibition tl. 2. 31g Monitor lib: 'l'4l'llhlllllll Q51 441: Purple Color Captain H53 Color Contest Coininit- Q: tee 143. EV Class: Dance Clillllllltftjtl til, 41. W , W Suorts: Cross Country til. 41: Football tli: 'l'l':lt'k tl. 1 L., .11. Clubs: Choral Hjg Hi-Y Hi. SIE A i .x111f:1,1.x CAR11 l'I'1Alltl 24N Wiltshire Road, Stonehurst A If you shonltl write clown a list of people who make l "1-tlit-it-tit use of time and e11e1'g:y," Ads-lia would. un- i tloubteclly. head tho whole list. Sho 1-an usually be Q-3 1 fountl working most llllilSSlllllllltL!'lX nt her desk ill Miss 5 '. Hit-l1artls' home room. 4 . 155 st-110.111 Gym 1cx11i11irio11 lfjl 111-nor 11.111 tr. sn. if l sff 2 jf 3 .11-:AN nun P1-:NMAN if h 8901 West Cllester Pike. Kirklyn ,,J tm -3 .lt-an has that llappy faculty of being' very 411-pt-ntlable. l Anil this is absolutely necessary in the work sho is planning to take up, for above all things. a nurse Amust if have depelidable-ness. The two .Vs tJ0an and .lanuy are g usually seen t0g'8l1l9l'4S0 look for them. J E School: Acorn Agent t-Hg Thrift Count-ilor tl, 2b. if Class: Assembly Committee t-tb: Candy l'0llllllllfl't' Hit E Ilam-e Conunittee tilyg Memorial Day Committt-e tltg E Play Conunitteu t3J. 5 Clubs: 1,'0llllll0I't'0 t4lg Choral Hi. gl - 2 XVILLIAM ALFIIED I'1'1N'l'tbN till AISISSQIQIIIISQWYS Avenue. Aidan 1 Clothes make this man, and also help llllll to umke the woman. Whether or not the Pentons live in a pent- housn-. yo11'll tintl a lot of peut-up 1-nergy in liill. l if LV, '1 wt- 1 Af. JUHN 1'I'l1lllY 1 , , v X iff: 29558 Sorrlll Avenue. Xoamlon 1 Annl lu-re's a lad who isn't 'Al't'l'l'Xu big, or isn't 1 ,jf "Perry" small. hut he gets there just the saute. .lust l 1,1 Saying that he's always willing to help his fellowe 3 itil 4-lassxlmtes isn't enougli. for he-'s one of those lmrde 5 52 working: people who never give up 'til the task is tini- fb ished. Good spirit! , ,132 Class: Basketball C-tl: Som-er tti. "1 ,.- W. .-. .. H .T 1. ,V, ,W C ,111 Q Q I-'aw Si.1'tt--tltrcc I... C 111-111111111111 1 llvllllvl , - '111--1' 111111 111111 ..---mv ' 1 .,:::::. , - -- "Iii 1 1.1111 Im, "THEY -mv' "":"'1 g5?11-- T . zz: 5 "T 1 1 '- :1':' "lf If 1 " ---- .' ' -... -.- 111.-1 2 1111 1 ---- ::: --... -3 N, u I1 ,, .'.. I --gg:-Q., ' ,,, 1 ----. ,., ,, 1111: . .111 Il llll ...,. . " --- ---W ,-- -.. .11.1..... 4, H- . .----- 2' --- '::::t,L 10-411 ,::1: -H'1-wI- .I1.., .ZJI1JI.... ....Jl2'!.. 1. 1. .::::ZI -Y . ::: ' 1 1 I -... 1... . ., 1-----n .lilllf --- nu 1 lu .1 . .... 1 '1 1 I 1 K 51 iii"1.5'?.gi'1.fE1.QQ..L ' n ln 1 4 I 1 . "3 I. - - .. .. 1,5 nun! .M ..... 1 num. HOXVA RD EIJXVA III! PI'l'l'l1lRS0N 113 .+ 2111 Lynn Bo11lcv:11'1l. Highlan1l Park fy What would Mr. Ilotti and the band do without the 1' sublnort of tho lnelodions notvs of Howar1l's clarinet? Howarzl is also a big asset to room 2Z,l's baskvtball toam. Q11 Class: l'!ask1-tball 1413 Basoball 131. 5.1 .T JANE 1'Al!ULlNI1l l'FLIl1lGl'lR 1 U 1 2211 Blll'lll0IIt Road. Ilrx-xel Hill 1 l11'll11l11. the "IH-llc of Bilgtlildufillld did yo11 over 1 s1-11 this be-llc NVlll'll sho wasn't laugliing? .lane some- 1 tiinvs looks us S011-Illlllly i11 the eye, and assures us that sho ran bv serious, and wo beliuve lll'I'41lll we see her my II11' next 111110. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3115 Honor Roll 11. 2, 3, U4 41: Monitor 11, 213 Stmlont C0lll11'll 1413 Thrift Coun- 1-ilor 12, 41. I Class: Arbor llay Coininittee 1413 I3u1l1:0t Comxnittee 1 1411 l'an1ly l'0lI1lIlltt60 141g Christmas Basket Com- 5 1nitt1-1- 121: 1111111-0 C0lIIIlllfN'0 12. Zl1g, Junior Play: ' M1-inorial Day Co111111ilt1-'11 1319 Play Coininittec 1-115 Basketball 12, 31. Clubs: 1'l1o1-al 141: f'0!llllN'l'1'0 13, 41: DI'3-H1115 12. Se'11r1't:1ry -11g Hi-Y 141. P I il ICVELYN .IICANNIC CRAIG PHILLIPS 53 ' 2113 Avon Road, SIOIIUIIIIPSI Calling: to your attention. folks, tho lll0I'P sophisti- 1-atvfl and more lvvol-lwarlvrl lllE'lIlb0l' of tho pair "Lyn and M.. IL". who is forvvor-tl1a11k goocllloss-cllrbing fi tho am-tions of hor oo-worker, Aside from this, Evelyn finds littlo tinu- for inaking lie-rsvlf il nuisance. School: Gylll Exhibition 13, 41. ' e 11 L Clubs: Al111rt1':11'1:11 1411 Le 1'1-rr-lo FI'illl1'2llS 141. , - JIGNNIIC RI'lNNI+l'I"I'A PLANSOEN " ,1 121111 Hollywood Avvnuu. LlZlIIl'I'K'll Hills ' 1 A slow. rathvr PIll'll1f1IlflllL,' smile-, a quiet Voice. and 11 , 2'I'ilK'1UllS 1l1g'111ty lllilkt' up tho hulk of .Im-'nnio's cllarnl. Always rm-anly and willing to do anything that has tu be ilonv. sh1- has hevn :1 joy to all who have workml with Il1I'. Club: Gr1'l'llli1Il 111. tg.. 141 1 l'HARLOT'I'l'I Rl"l'H 1'0'l"l'S 18 510 Urn-hard .XVK1Illl0, Yoadon Pliarlotto hails from Altoona, tho place whore the ' lll1I'SP shoe- vurvv is. Wvll, when l'l1a1'lottn tossml the fl- 'w horso shom- ov1-r her loft slioulalor. it was :1 lucky day for l'ppvr Darby. HP1' 1-lwvry smile has b1'llL'llf0Il01l many Tj il dull class. 171 Class: Danve COIllIllltt6Q 141. F3 Clubs: History 141. N' --. .. . 1. W.. 1-21 ...Q Mg 1,1 .. - Page S'i1tx four N .7 -5-if ' ' - pn. .. . nun. , I I I n- . I I I I I I Q c .iffffe L '25 QE! Ty ' SI 'Y WlNIl4'hlflb l'1xIQ" H 72 'airvitw r venua l i'ton lm-ig s Fish y I-laims no rt 1-:tion to our famous Vddle. namely because she's a person in herself. If you ean't find her on some Honor Roll, look in 1013: for you will always be able to diseover her there working very studiously. School: Honor Roll 131. - '-3'7A"::::" .F '. fl ZEIIII ' : " I I1 Hn 1 umm N: If 'E::::: . I , -.--4. --,, , .2 --A IQHEE ,, , ' I : u or---:I 'll-"". .. ' '1' .. I. A ul I I 'LII I I. Nl Y I tw . :nam mg, I A rl I A . lax to I X It ex g . lt. rf tl .i. '1 'fxlow I ff I I I x -, 'if I in I . L ' .1 I I 1 u-in. I it 5: -I is xi. ft ref .5 , I 1 X.. t , I Elf L FII f fi 1 Z. r I :tl tt fa 21 UL I Ei A U1 an x l+IllWAll1b WILLIAM l'lll+1S'l'0N Ill! Elder Avenue. Yeadon l-Eddie wears ten-tone shoes and modernistie neekties, produt-in: effects too dazzling for the eye to This makes the girls tioek about hiing in faet, thereby behold, they leave him no time for doin! homework. All in all, Etl's figured out the pleasantest way of not doing home- work we can think of. Class: Basketball 131. Sports: Golf 13. 41. Clubs: Choral 1-ll. EDGAR NORMAN PRICE 22 Chureh Street, Primus The last of the great erooners goes from our midst this year: Ed has paid the Priet- and is doomed to radio popularity. Uf eourse he'll advertise a Tuba paste. like all the other eelebrities! School: Gym Exhibition Cl, 2, 33. Class: Dance Committee Ili: Junior Play. Clubs: Choral 4-In: Ilramus HJ: I'. ll. Players Festival Chorus I3, 41. tooth- Ill, -UQ WILLARD RINGGOLID Plillilfl 7239 Hilltop Road, Bywood As to Willard's intentions after he leaves our venerable l'. ll.. we haven't the sligglltest idea. But one thing: is very Slll'0 ill the years to eome. If he ever gets mar- ried. the old-time bridal melody will ehangc to sing, "Here Comes the Pride." Sehool: Honor Roll C-ii. Class: ldxeeutive Coinmitteo til. CORTLANII RAYMOND l'l'SEY 1133 Avon Road. Bywood Here-'s our tallest singer. and one of the three hand- somest tthat will make all our male songsters wonder who the third one isl. XVhen Cort sings about eotton field and Miss Lindy, we done break down and cry, yassuh. School: Honor Roll 13. -tl. Class: Basketball 131: Baseball till. Clubs: Choral til. Page Nth fr 0 ZlSl1H1ISl1lSl-IQIIISIQIIIH!-IIQIIIII-HQIIIQIIIIlll1I1llllI- I-I-lllll -J ,' . i' ' . . ww,-'W iv, y-....l. I I A f Ia -33 W: xml 1....,- Hifi' - f Y if 'Q I I , l- .. TI i I -1.154111 1 I H 'L 'Il nun 1 1 I Illl ' Illllfllf ' .111Il111' 1 11 111 111111 1.111111 .11'g""' 1 llllllll ull NIH: Yltlllll H1', II f -- ---- -- 1111111.11 'Hg'-gf" 'g,,. 1 1.1, 1 -' - 03:11, .1111111111, .1111 1' ,W ,, --11-: -..:::: . ....-., 11111111111 f T11 -11 11 H,l,I' ,, ..-.... - -.-..,--,- 1 1 -.::::.----.. '-.: ---------- HHC5H..l 11 ' ,. E712 1 I 11111. ..---..----. ..-.-.---, ..11111111. 1-HI 5 1111 ---Z --.-..- . V ,,,..,..,. ,111....., A H Mm . .1 :Ii,:i::::::Z-L1gL.-1g:1:::::::: I""'I'l- V ....1,4..1., ,.,..v1...1.1..1,' 1.32" 11 I1 "1' ' - il i fu 1 1 - , ' l -IZZZT" jj .IZZ"" 1 V' 115 A A 1-1- 1 1 1 1 +-- 1 SARAH ELEANOR RAFFERTY 919 Anderson Avenue, Drexel Hill Sarah is the kind of hard worker who makes less industrious people feel ashamed. Down deep in her heart is an atfection which flows in its alpine torrents hack to dear old Belfast. Ireland, where she learned to be so faithful and studious. SAMUEL HENRY RALSTON, II Secane Sam wakes up occasionally. ready with the right answer or the wrong wise crack. Between these mo- ments of inspiration, he hands himself crushing defeats at tit-tat-toe Zllld waits eagerly for the next event on the Purple and Gold sport calendar. Clubs: Algetrarca 13, 43. MARGARET LAURA RANK 838 Blythe Avenue. Drexel Hill Into the ranks of senior newcomers came Margaret Rank and found her proper niche. Although wc're not as gifted as Evangeline Adams, we predict that Peggy should have a bright future. Perhaps some day Peggy will find herself out of the "Ranks" into-something else! School: Gym Exhibition 1435 Honor Roll C45. Class: Candy Committee Q-ll. KATIE ETHEL RAYNER 55 Hampden Road, lfpper Darby "K-K-K-Katie, Beautiful Katie . . ." It's a good old-fashioned name, is Katie, but it's not tacked on to an old-fashioned girlg for Katie is highly specialized in a gold-diggers methods at U. D., espe- cially in extracting nickels from Home Room 121 to keep their 100 per cent. School: Gym Exhibition 12, 313 Thrift Councilor 13, 45. Claim: Candy Committee G13 Home Room Treasurer 1 3- Clubs: Choral C-U5 History 141. ELMER LESLIE REBMAN 105 VVest Broadway. Clifton Heights Here is a 111an from Clifton where men are men and where ladies use Lux for their hands. Albeit. Elmer as yet hasn't endorsed Lux. but give him a little time. His fierce countenance fairly radiates villainy, so watch out for him. Clubs: Commerce 13, 45. Pace Sift: sir 1 1 I 1 1 l x Y A . 5 2 'al .1 rl ea 1 . 1 gl l 1 l H '41 .+- Tl: -,1 . 1 1:1 11 151' 1 F! " VN l 1 1 -1 1 4 9 411 S' 1, lf -4 mu ... ,,,,,. vu I vu vllvll IH, H, ""' ill!" HH! .'....21.l Ht... -'- '1::: H: 1' .fl Y.. lv- ir, mum n 4----- 1 Z ...... . . , , 1 ' '1 "':::: I ........ , . 1 .1 .. ..llZ1.. ,fm .H-.. I .in--...n.,..........,......... ...... I If I WILLIAM WENZEL RECKITT 300 Kingston Road, Bywood Bill's one of the hardest laboratory laborers in the school. He won't speak to Mr. Kehl, though-went in and civilly asked the instructor for some materials, and all he got was a dirty retort. Class: Thrift Councilor 139. Clubs: Engineering 13, President -ll. JAMES ALEXANDER REID T102 Atlantic Avenue, Stonehurst Hills James is going to be a draftsman, you know. We art-n't sure what draftsmen do. but if it's a tough life, tlns boy will certainly be ready for it when he has tinished l1is wrestling and track activities under "Raw- hide Roy" VV0lfgang. School: Gym Exhibition 1255 Honor Roll 131. Class: Dance Committee 1355 Track 11, 2, 3, 49. Sports: Track 11, 2, 3, -lj. FRANCIS JOHN RENZULLI 100 Glendale Road. Stonehurst Any biography of lienzulli must be the epic of a voice: his war cry is an English teacher's delight, for it keeps tired classes from their 1nuc11 needed slumber. It is said that the pencil in Francis' brief case is two inches longer than the one in Baldwin's. Class: Dance Conunittee 14lg Home Room Treasurer 123. MAE ANNA RICHTER 32 Madison Avenue. Highland Park Mae is one of those up-to-date girlsrwho is fashion- able enough to have had appendicitis. She missed eight weeks of school, then made up every bit of work and continued to get A in typing. That's the kind of a girl she is. School: Gym Exhibition 11. -llg Honor Roll 11, 2, 3, -ljg Distinguished Honor Roll 11, 23. Clubs: Commerce 13, -lj. CHARLES BUCHANAN ROBINSON 30 Glenwood Avenue, Aidan The Jack Robinson joke was used last year, so we'l1 spare you that. Charlie is one of those famous soccer forwards: he had the ball so much that the backs' feet went to sleep. Now that s0ccer's over, he's up to tricks with a certain editrix. School: Gym Exhibition 131: Monitor 1333 Tribunal 1Vice-President 33. . Class: Dance Committee 13. 43: Track 133. Sports: Soccer 1473 Hi-Y 13, 45. Paar Snti vet en Il- ll II I- I1 IQ I-C1 -I IQ III- I1 I1 I1 IH ll I1 l-llHI- IQIQ-1 lil-IIII l-l1l1l1 ll I- ll ll lllll , i i s l I li lli ll lil .i I .... om luml":' ,.,,, ...ol !Z7C..... .n ggfygffn 1 1 1 , ,,. .I v . ..::.:.. , ... H... . '...... ,, H-:-"1 - "::.:": -:-'AH .. .. I" .. I1 ' " 1. ....,.. 1 .nl - .----- .... --.--... .1 '-1, : . .nu " 21: 'fo -1 Hill!! o ---:L " " Ov ' 'iffy l urlrlll ::::1:-- .. ' ,.I ,, ' " H.. lr nuuvu .-..-..- .. 1 1 1 ,,... an ...::. ...--- 5 in nn :nu . 55. ....o.....--.V -4......, W. 1. . ...U ...--.--- 4' ...V W ' . .... i ...fm 9-----4 -Q----v ----- IAVINIA HAN1 5 RUPINSON 511 Mason Annum, Drexel Hill lt xyis. 1-urly hair, and a grand sense of humor, together with just the ri,,ht amount of dignity-don't you res-ogznize "Binna"? 5Ve eau just see l1er as a very efficient secretary to some high executive i11 days to eome. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2. 35: Honor Roll 13. 451 Monitor 11. 2, 45: I'pi-Dah 1455 Thrift Councilor 125. Class: Basketball 11, 2. 35. Clubs: Ars Poetae 13. Treasurer 45g Commeree 1455 L'll01'2ll 1455 Hi-Y 145. I I...!'. llll V o ll. , . .i i I . l, l,.. I U lvl 'g N 4 'A I II llll - 1 - . 'I r .f I l I l . l I1 , ov, Q MARGAlilfl'1' FRANCES ROBINSON State Road and Rodgers Avenue, Bywood The nicest thing to say about Margaret is that every- body who knows her likes her. A pleasant smile is always ready for everyone so that when she talks in her Southern aeeent. you feel as though you really ean't miss a word she says. School: A1-orn Agent 145. Clubs: Le Cerele Francais 145, AMELIA VAN S'l'EENB1'RG ROHLAND 455 lVilde Avenue, Drexel Hill Do you remember the little, graceful slip of humanity that danced in assembly years ago? That was Amelia. Sins,-e that time Amelia has become a professional dancer and teacher. Next year she is going to New York to establish her own school. VVe know that she will imbue the spirit of dancing in the pupils there. Sehool: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 353 Honor Roll 145: Festival Chorus 13, 45. Clagis: Dance Connnittee 115g Memorial Day Committee 1- . Clubs: Choral 145: Library 12, 3, 453 "A" Chorus 145. JESSIIC VIULA RUSS 3415 Highland Avenue. Drexel Hill Jessie 1nay be an understudy in the operetta but that doesn't mean that she is always satisfied with second place. Jessie plus personality and lots of Florida sun 1Uh. didn't you know she was a l1'2lV0l0I'?5 is sure to shine through i11 the end. School: Monitor 1253 Festival Chorus 13, 45. Class: 1'andy 1,'ommittee 145g Danee Committee 145. Clubs: Choral 1453 Dramas 145: History 145: First Aid 135. FRANK JUIIN Ii1V1'H 633 Harper Avenue. Drexel Hill Frank's one of the main causes for the fame 1or should we say notoriety 'fi of Miss Gallkrodgers home room. He's a quiet fellow until you get to know llllll, but after that Frank more than makes up for lost time. School: Gym Exllihition 135: Honor Roll 145. Class: Memorial Day Committee 115. Clubs: Engineering 1455 German 135. Page Sixty-eiglit r I. 1 I . . z' Iliff ...o l ,,-. - . ,, ,.,, - ---- .- ...--.... .V JOHN .IUSIGPH SAMMUN, JR. 4207 Rosemont Avenue. Drexel Hill Besides stringing wire for deeorations for a dauee and Z 'r ...ol .-v tl' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ft :l 4 1 1 , , . t L 't 11 '1 l .1 .1 1 1 BEE 1 in L3 4, 113 L.. throwing a cheery "Hello" at-ross the hall to some inti- lnate friend, John is often found in a bowling alley or on a golf course. John certainly should amount to some! thing great. Class: Dance Committee 141. Sports: Golf 13, 41. Clubs: Bowling 141. NIGLLIIC 1lll4INlfl SAND 132 Powell Lane. I'pper Darby lf you should hear a misehievous giggle issue from some unseen crevice. that's sure to be Nellie-'s laugh. Wt-'re only dropping a gentle hint to the young: ladies when we suggest that Nellie and Janet should form a professional laughing team. Goodness, they should sue- coed! School: Gym Exhibition 11, 2. 3. 415 Ilouor Roll 13. 41: Monitor 12. 31: Tribunal 12, Seeretary 31: Festival Chorus 13, 41. Class: Secretary 1211: Sehool Pin Committee 121: Dance Committee 12, 313 Executive f'0lll11lifi'i'P 121: Magazine Committee 1215 Memorial Day Committee 121: Play l'ommitt0e 131: Basketball 1315 Baby Day 1'ommittec 1.31. Sports: Basketball 1-11. Ulubs: Choral 141. MARGARET ICWING SANDICIISUN 222 Burmont Road, Drexel Hill Mueh has been said about the temper of a red-head, but there is an exception to every rule and Margaret has proved herself to be this exception. However, we do know that her "fighting spirit" is up when we see her down in the gym playing basketball. School: Gym Exhibition 131: Ilonor Roll 13, 41: l'pi- Dah 141: Thrift Councilor 141. Class: Basketball 131. I Sports: Basketball 13, 41. Clubs: Ars I'ot-tae 141: Commeree 141. MARGl'ERITE JUIIANNA SANNY 40411 Marshall Road. Drexel Hill We are always glad to know a person with a good 1llllll1ll't'4l yet serious outlook on life. Here we have a Marguerite of lots of fun and a Margruerite who is a very eonseientious worker. Besides. she is Miss Grun- l1t'l'g.S right-hand girl and a very willing helper. School: Gym Exhibition 1-l1. Clubs: German 13. 413 Commeree 141. Bl'Z'l"l'Y .St'llILI.lNG 32 Owen Avenue, Lansdowne Brown hair, brown eyes. and gtiggles. Betty is one of l'pper Darby's most appreciative people, The trouble is that by the time she gets her giggles under eontrol she has forgotten what made her start and then that's so funny she begins again. Sehool: Gym Exhibition 11. 2. 31: Honor Roll 11, 2. 31: Monitor 141. Class: Danee C'ommitfee 12. 511: Exeeutive Committee 131: Magazine Committee 121. Pace Yi rtv-111'11e ..- 1......f.on 1. L 11111111111 UH, ' """" ll!!!!... 1!...' '1!'lJlI!lIl" :gg , .-f- E? ' "" ,, 11:25 mmm Eiiillr' """"71 ' ' """"-: .-- Q ' 1252221255112 E22 -MESS' . 1 " :egg-5 5 A 1 :ff22..12221-......-gf -251 41111211511 Lrfiiiv -1211.1 .- .i.....-22,222-. ' ' A ' H A l A I 1 1 ' Y A-'Lt kr--4 .1 -- I .-..-...En?3i.,5Z., W ,A., 'SALE .., ,..,... I I x1A11.1oR112 1.o1'111.1.A seH1L1.1NG Y" 1 fgggi' T206 Spruce Street. Stonehurst :mi Marj's favorite spring sport is track. Every senior '4 lunch period we can see her doing her daily dozen with F --well who was it today? Marj has so lllillly willing placers 1n1ostly lIl3Sl'lllll105 that we rather lose track of . t 19111. 1 School: Gym Exhibition 12. 3, 455 Honor Roll 135g A. A. Q Cillllliillgll 145. 1 Class: Candy f'0lllllllfft't' 145.3 Dance Connnittee 1735. Clubs: Choral 1455 1.lI'5lIllllS 13, 45. 1 l50R0'l'IIY HICLIGN S1'HLI1'E 1 7531 Rodgers Avenue, Highland Park Xvllilll you see a clever poster 011 an artistic picture, if you are curious enough to look down in the Flgflll-llilllll corner. Quito often you will find the name "Dot Scl1lice" ' printed very modestly ill small. ll1'3t letters. That is Cll7ll'2lI'f1'l'lNllC of Dotv-beautiful work quietly and mod- estly done. School: Gym lflxliiliition 1l. 35: Honor Roll 11, 2, 353 Monitor 115g Tribunal 1153 Vlll-Ililll 13, 45. Class: Dance f'0lIllllllll'1F 12. Sl. -l5g Party Coininittoc 115g Play l'0lllIIllti'00 135. K Clubs: Ars Poetac 12, Cl. 451 History 13, 453 l'. D. A Players 145. 4.1 as 1.'IIARI.0T'l'lC 1'l1AllA SCllMIl'5'l' .-..,.... 3S21l llosemont Avenue, Drexel Hill X In her fI'1'Slllll2lll year l'llIlI'l0l't1' left us to journey to California. but she soon 1'2llllP back to Vpper Darby plus a lot of sunshine and plenty of ideas Sll'2'll,LZ'llf from Hollywood for Mr. H2lllllf'S o11e1'etta, and it was a 5llK'1'1-WS. School: Honor Roll 11. 3. 45. Flass: Play l'011llllltf1-'Q 123, -15. '1 Clubs: 1"horal 145: lTl'illllllS 1453 Le C1-rcle Francais 13, A 453 "A" Chorus 145. ADELAIIIE DICITZ SCHRADER ' 3015 Cedar Lane, Highland Park " 4 A1l's "the cream of the crop." and with that alluring! 1 face no one could resist her. Maybe thats why so many attended the girls' basketball galnes. Does Lee lVheclg , her? YVe'll "say it with flowers" he docs. School: A. A. Council 12. fl. -l5g Acorn Agent 11. 253 . Gylll Exhibition 11. 2, 3, 45: Honor Roll 12, 35: Mon- ' ig11:11-155 Sixteen Singers 1355 "A" Chorus 1453 Trio 1 J ll, Class: Assembly F15l1lllllff011 145g Candy C0llllllltl01? 1453 . ' Dance f'0lIllI1lftUl' 125g Executive Conilnittee 11, 455 1 Home Room Treasurer 115g .Junior Playg Basketball 125: Hockey 125: Track 115. Sports: Basketball 13, 1.'aptain 453 Hockey 13. 45: Track fx, . 11.13.-15. 1 M'---X 1 Clubs: Gerinan 115g Connnerco 145: Hi-Y 145. ARNOLD Ll'lJWIG SCHVCII 216 Providence Road. Aldan Arnold is the proof that a xnusis-ian can also be an athlete. He is a member of the hand 211111 regularly 1 dns i11tr-lmulal b'1sl'etball Xrnold always has a +.,5 1. 1 . - ' .. 1 . . 1 . A . prominent part in the gym exhibition. He says the ex- pression "Aw Shucksl' has no relation to his name. School: Gym Exhibition 135. Class: Baskctball 1-l5g Baseball 135. Page Seventy ki 3' x ur:-W1 gmt A13 .eil .,..-mm lm-1 mn ' ,rirzirftfllliff-W l 11:-ls. 11 , ff -- , . ,::::::' --:155"2322 1 2:11 f iii 1:3 ',1'.12L " I3 lm :EEE " gg 5: Iggl,V-lmagggngggggi Militia., .,,, :::':., 1, .,.,. .:j::: .ZIEEf'--5-V114::i-.IE2 .. . 1 1 - 1 l K I ' Q 1 'iii f if . 'Tl I E ig . ,off ,416 JOSEPH HENRY SCHURCH gyggii fri 1032 Belfield Avenue, Drexel Hill I N: tg Joe wishes to take this opportunity to announce to eaeh and everyone that his surname is pronounced Church and not Shirts. Besides tackling football dum- mies and working, his roadster around corners, Joe en- , joys tickling waxed floors with dancing feet and build- fgi ing log titres. Our big blonde from Simon Gratz is a versatile ellow. School: Acorn Agent 1453 Honor Roll 13, 45. Class: Senior Play, Tennis 135. ,EQ Sports: Football 13, 45. ' , Clubs: Chess 13, 45: Le Cert-le Francais 135. ,Q ,, JACK IIAHWOOD SCOTT Z. ll-f 3821 llonsall Avenue, Drexel Hill ' Behold on the left one of the famous football heroes 3 of '32, and the bane of Miss Nobles life. But, never l f E mind. Jack. you always were sure of one spectator at fj 1 the games. You do go to Florenee 1,in Italy, of eourse5 quite often, don't you? if School: Drill Team 12353 Gym lflxhibition 13, 459 Honor lloll 135. J Class: Junior Play. i Sports: Football 13, 45. fl, Clubs: In-Y 13, 45. Elf 2- .. 5:2 l iii ,l si, ll ! tif l if 3 Qi ' all fi 1 by . ill , 1 li: rl i U2 WILLIAM llldlill SCFLL 1U Sehool Avenue, Harwood Park The girls of Vpper Darby would have been lost had it not been for lleed's presenee behind the ice cream eounter. And he has often been the recipient of a eharininpx smile as he has diseovered one lone hriek of iee er:-ani. School: Gym Exhibition 125 Class: School Pin Committee 1253 Junior Play, Clubs: Engineering 1255 German 13, -15. I CATIIICRINIG EYNAIID Sl4llf1llODl'l 200 Ardmore Avenue, Highland Park When Rena first came to Vpper Darby, she seized 31 hoekey stick and made the hoekey team, then she put her feet to work and made the traek team. And with her giggle-well, we often wonder how we ever got along without her. Sehool: Acorn 1455 Honor Roll 13, 45. Sports: Hockey 13, 455 Traek 13, 45. Clubs: Le Cerele Francais 13, 45. THEODORE JONATHAN SEIVER Ilill Crest and Derwyn Roads, Drexel Hill Ilere's the physiognoniy Of A. V. T.. The one and only VVinehel1 Of old U. D. Ted's effusions in The Aeorn have shown this is a great School for Seandalg then, too, he produced a Maebath that made Shakespeare look all wet. Quite a man, quite a man! School: Acorn 145: Debating 1455 Gym Exhibition 12, .,5. thus. Qllflgfllldh Basket Colnmittee 125 Junior Pla lhe Oak. Clubs History 13 45' I'. D Players 1'l 45 Page Sc cnt: one l-l1l-llSl-IZIS-IIIICIIIQIHIIIIKIIIC Ill lllllllll ill 1 .. 1 ' . 1 . . Y . .. N 'll V ' v 3 y H 2-' . f fl uw, .. gi 1 , v ' . K ' I . . ,, .., :V , me . . . i 1 , - ,-. I I V 7. .. I i l PAUL SMITH SEFLII, . 612 be-rue Avenue, Drexel Hill Approximately six and a half feet of Paul Settle just holds all his intelligence, his wit, and his little cyn- icisms. Fortunately Pauls no taller: we'd have to poke his head through the chimney to keep him intact. ,, H ' .nb . mu ww 1 ...Q l .iI.'l"'. H! I njggnjj IGI... .Q- ml will mn 'L I In -C - 1 I I 'ff :mu ---. . -- l --.. . ..-. :mm 1 ...H - " nuuunr ---- ' - - I ,,f u 1 our-I ::::::.- ---- ' N I If 'nuinn .,.., . jj - t... ------ . . ,,2, ,, I - pw M ,I .l..... z.----- I: N . I A , ' I 1 n I I L. .. K. JK ! 1 1 vw, School: Gym Exhibition 133: Honor Roll 11, 2, 33: Dis- tinguished Honor Roll 12, 33: I'pi-Dah 12, 3, 43: Fes- tival Band 13, 43: Student Council 143. Class: Assembly Committee 143: Dance Committee 11, 2. 33: Home Room Treasurer 12, 33: Basketball 133: Track 11. 2, 33. Sports: Basketball 1Manager 3 and 43. Clubs: Algetrarca 143: Engineering 1Vice-President 3, President 43: Hi-Y 12, 3, 43. JANET SEYFERT 526 Harper Avenue, Drexel Hill The demure demeanor that Juliet assumes when she is trying to extract dues from a Hi-Y girl is so deceiving that the amazed member immediately hands over the money Without saying goodbye to it. Thus is the power Janet has over humanity. We hope she keeps it. School: Acorn Agent 133: Honor Roll 11, 2. 3, -13: Blon- itor 113: Student Council 133: lfpi-Dah 123. Class: Christmas Basket Committee 11, 23: Dance Com- mittee 11, 3, 43: Executive Committee 1Cllt1ll'Il'lI1I1 1. 43: Junior Play: Senior Play: The Oak. Clubs: Choral 143: History 12, 3, Treasurer 43: Hi-Y 12. Vice-President 3, Treasurer 43: Le Cercle Francais 13. 43: Tay-Wlstalvan 12, Secretary 3, 43. DORIS ELEANOR SHEDD 715 Alexander Avenue, Drexel Hill Doris has green eyes that are the envy of the :reen- eyed monster. We're not implying an insult: this is only our ironic way of complimenting her. Another sin- cere compliment that we hereby pay Doris is her pos- session of bubbling enthusiasm. School: Gym Exhibition 12, 33. Clubs: Choral 143: Commerce 143. DOROTHY LENORE SHEPHERD 824 Cornell Avenue. Drexel Hill S353 4-tf100'Z, pure: it floats-Ivory? No, Dot Shepherd. WVhat's the other 513110131720 Mischief well tempered with a bit of the old Nick himself. No wonder the swimming team's good with a captain like that. School: A. A. Council 11. 43: Acorn Agent 113: Gym Exhibition 113: Monitor 11, 2, 33: Tribunal 113: Thrift Councilor 12, 3, 43. Class: Arbor Day Committee 11, 2, 33: Christmas Bas- ket Commlttee 11, 23: Dance Committee 11, 2, 3. 43: Memorial Day Committee 11, 23: Home Room Treas- urer 123: Play Committee 143: Basketball 113: Hockey 123: Party Committee 133. Sports: Hockey 143: Swimming 11. 2, 3. Captain 43: Hi-Y 12, 3, 43. FLORENCE ISABELL SHILLER 3 VVellington Road, Stonehurst Remember that pretty girl with long black curls and sparkling black eyes who wandered into our school one day about live years ago? Flossie got off to a flying start by winning the position of wing on the hockey team, and she has kept up the good work ever since. School: Gym Exhibition 11, 23: Honor Roll 143: Mon- itor 143. Class: Executive Committee 133. ' Sports: Hockey 12, 3, 43: Track 11, 23. Page Sei ent: tuo .oi Q -I-lZlQIQl1lHlll1lHl1lIlSlllilllllllll : Clubs: U. D. Players 13, 43. 3 . flfflfkll-' .,5.TN.,lilEf13 YL 1 F1 il . . ,. ..,... . I, ...A - ----- -- ----'--"U YICTUII JUIIN SHILLINGFURII . nu I' IMHAL It tt 5. jul Qi, E75 gli Z .31 W ' 53 L1 1 l . . 1 . . I . s . if gg' 5 2 5 Q s , lui t f at ttf Qs E27 S32 53 gurl ir, so pi iff Et! ig I iz .Q ffl .six ...I . 1 av Q.. L.i 5 . H.. . L L . ig 5, - ill Eli it if 91. iii tl 'Sig FJ "ii al-2 IL' if 'sz .io 3.2 Til iii F5 ... 7. 5 IU: ., E . V gt , . fl! ge? F L! . 5 fl U1 x W V3 -. , , if sw.. .. f 3 will wife. feafgi5iusiLe?,g5f':i3 15 Fairview Avt-uuc, Clifton Hn-ights The qloxterity with which Viv lmmllos che-mistry np- pzlrntus is :lt once Elllllliilllg und tliscoucertingz. Hu run swing f,mytliin1.: from a rt-tort to :1 watch glass uny- whln-.re in the lub :ind come within il hair's breadth of hitting everyone. Vu- says. "Brolin-n l'll9llllSl'l'y uppurutus should bc nvithvr sci-n nor liunrd thy Mr. Ke-hip." School: Drill Tklllll 42, 3. 41: Gym Iixllihitiou 12, tl, 47. Sports: Sovcvr Olzuiuger 43. Clubs: 1 hcss to, 45. MEIIIAN Ill'IYl'I1ll.Y SIIDIJALI. 2636 Eldon Avcnuo, Ilre-xt-l Hill Tho' small in size and dainty in purson, our "Billy" is just chuck full of vim and vigor and mischievous- nvss-i. c.. outsillc school. In school, evon though she tloos get lozuls of work done. Hilly's just il drvaum-rg you know. those who do not sh-op nights. dn-um days! l4lLlZAlllflTlI SMITH 52 Kvystonv Avcnuc, Uppcr Il:11'by Nou' that Clzlru How has dt-citlod to forsake tho limo- light for ranch lift-, we tuko ple-:isure lu suggesting us hcl' Nllt'l'l'SS0l'gEllZ2llN'fll Smith-rod lu-:ld our 4-xct-llvlico. And lu-wurcixicvvt' forgt-tfwlmt the rt-41 hs-nd wants, sho usuully gets! School: Gym lixhibition t2tg Monitor Hug 'l'l1rlft Coun- cilor 12. 3I. HUICAFIG ARNOLD SMITH, JH. 6445 Cllestnut Strom-t, Sf0llt'lllll'Sf Smitty has his own id:-:ls about this and thut. Hu tra-:its thu "wimmin" rough -hc froze out :1 cortuiu lusts pe-riod English cluss. But hos :ls torrid as tho lu-st of 'cmz for llfhflllillllill, set- any of the uforvmm-ntionosl "lYllllllllll." Sr-hnnl: Honor Roll HJ. Clubs: U0lllIll6l'l'k' t3, -ljg Rifle' 1.2. 35, MARGARET HAIIMUN SMITH 1251 IIZHIISIYVQIX Lune. Mvrwootl Yos, tlwrt- :Irv :1 lot of Smiths, hut not so nlzlny Mar- gaxrot Smiths. When wc sm- lu-r tingvrs lightly touch tho kevs we begin to wish we had continued with our own music. What would the chorus do without such un IlI'L'0lllll2lIllSl'! School: Gym Iflxhilrition I-U3 Honor Roll t-lj. Clubs: Iirumus 141: Clltlflll 443- Paje .5'c"m1fv three ...Q 1 . ,. UI-I-l1lIlI I- IIHQ-QIQI-I-I1 l-IZ IQIIISV-ll-I-IZIQ-XIII-IIIIlHl1l1l1ll I-lHlllllll 1 - 1- - mm ' 1 H... -:::.. - ., H " -.. v ' I ' ,. -----.--- ': ..- .I L - ,..,.. - .... --. .......,. , in -- . .. . :gurl H ' I ',.:.:,. . .... ., -.,. "' ""f7 ...l uv' ':,gg -.-- - , , IH.. .. H IP... . , . H ' ..... , , .1 ""l"Hl ...-.mmnvui ... RAYMOND WALLACE SMITH 120 North Fairview Avenue, Highland Park Several of our classmates bear the Smith moniker, but each has managed to distinguish himself from the others. This is the carefrec gentlemen 1veiled insu1t3 who plays soccer and has a penchant for shooting rub- ber bands. Did you ever shoot rubber bands with a penchant? School: Gym Exhibition 113. Class: Home Room Treasurer 113g Basketball 1333 Track 1233 Baseball 133. Sports: Soccer 143. THEODORE CARLETON SMITH 442 Gainesboro Road, Drexel Hill When not busy in his role of high school hero. Ted is the higzh-tlutin' performer on our assembly stage, trying: to convince us we want to go to dances we don't want to ,fo to. Hannan a big han', folks. a big hand! School: Gym Exhibition 11, 235 Honor Roll 143: Mon- itor 143g Festival Hand 13, 43. Class: Dance Committee 12. 333 Home Room Treasurer 13531 Basketball 133g Tennis 1233. Clubs: HiAY 13, 43. Sports: Basketball 143. CHARLES SUMMER 1115 Providence Road, Alclan Le petit electrical man from Alllan and the supple- ment to big brother Slllllg nevertheless, Charlie's petit- ness obscures l1i1n in no way, for when a bit of humor is perpetrated, Charlie's the first. to break out in a hearty laugh whether he secs the Joke or not. School: Gym Exhibition 12, 33: Monitor 1235 Steininctz Device Prizc 133g Thrift Councilor 113. Class: Dance Committee 1233 Home Room Treasurer 113g Memorial Day Committee 123. Clubs: Engineering 1Seeretary 333 Visual Education 1Secretary 13. MARY JANE SPRENKLE 74:55 Rogers Avenue, Bywood Mary Jane once wrote a poem about a "wee rell bird," and that's just the way we think of her-very wee and very, very gay. She's been as valuable to her work as that wee red bird was to its nest. School: Acorn Agent 113: Gym Exhibition 11. 3, 433 Honor Roll 11, 2. 3, 433 Distinguished Honor Roll 11, 2. 335 'General Science Prize 113g Ppi-Dah 12, 3, 43. Class: Secretary 1133 Assembly Committee 133, Candy Committee 1433 Dance Committee 1433 Executive Com- mittee 1135 Home Room Treasurer 113: Junior Play: The Oak, Tennis 143. Clubs: History 1435 Latin 12, Secretary 3, President 433 Tay-Wistalvan 12, Il, 433 Hi-Y 12, 3, 43. ROHEIRT SOMERTON STANLEY 31 Elm Avenue, Aldan Come. let us talk of weighty matters, Bob knows how to put thc disc where Mr. Wolfgang likes to see it put. Then. too, he adds size and importance to the band. La-t's let the scales speak for themselves, if they'rc still able to. school: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 33: Monitor 133: Fes- tival Baud 13, 43. Class: Track 15133 Baseball 133. Page SC'Z'Cl1l3'-f01H , - ,H- .::::iiiii:i" ii'iii"'::::::... wifi5fiiEl5"'5EEEEE?::- -.-T I -lu-lu ,ll-'lg' i 1---1.0, , HHH: ::T,.-,, - ll nu: H' use , If ll"f"',, --:::' .1 "L-- 1 , ,,,,,.,, -. . ...... -mlmlu . ...H -. 'H.lI' ---- - - ,333 i " 'W' 'li " ' .2 ' "!!22:"' --EEE?" E7 3333 ' "1I'.lil.. .t..........::.....:g::::::. ..:::r1..,.....l...... .::f::: -'ggi V,,, .551-5323 I I L- ll! BERNADINE DOROTHY STEEL 109 South Lynn Boulevard, Highland Park Bernie is a fortunate who has personality all her own. If you .d0n't know her, look for ller-or Miss Yerkes. You'll find she llasll't 11111011 to say, but slle's a good companion and true friend! Sc-Soul: Acorn Staff 145: Monitor 11Jg Typing TOIllll 13, Clubs: C0lllllle1'Ce 13, -ll. ELEANUR MARIE STEPHENS , 40 North Linden Avenue, Kirklyll Eleanor is El familiar figure at games, and she gives ller wllolellearted support to the tealns. Why, she even attends the hockey g2llIl9S: And we often see hcr bent studiously over the adding llliliflllllt-'. Adding up your virtues, Eleanor? School: Honor Roll 12, 31. THELMA RUTH STOCKSDALE 1413 South Fairview Avenue, Highland Park Tllellllil is indeed a real l'0ll1lll0l'Cilil student. She not only graces the C0llllllCl'Cl2ll Club 11101-lfillgS, but also pounds the keys for the typing ttlillll. But XVllllt'S the key to such a jolly disposition? School: Typing Team 145. Clubs: COIIIIIIQPCQ 143. 'Ii 1 , RUSSELL CHEETHVM STOIIGHTON 1510 Massachusetts Avenue, Aidan ' Sober S3111 Stoughton. In the fall he keeps a soecer hall under eontrolg ill the winter he plays remote con- trol basketball-i. e., long distanee shots, and lll the spring he teaches a baseball to behave. Busy boy! Class: CllI'iStIll2lS Basket C0l11lllltf9e 1333 Memorial Day Colnlnittee 133. Sports: Baseball 12, 31g Basketball 12, 3, 435 Soccer 1-lj. ' L CHARLOTTE MAXINE STOVT L " ' T124 Hazel Avenue, Bywood ,1 Charlotte's not stout. but she has an strong attraction. She will have the satisfaction of leaving a tender Illflll- I' ory Yvhlfll she goes ill Jllne. She coniides that she llkes ,. the days of the side-VVlleeler. ' School: Acorn Agent 1113 Gynl Exhibition 11, 2, 31, Honor Roll 1413 Monitor 131. Class: Candy Committee 1-lr: Dance Committee 12, 33- Clubs: Choral 141: Library 145. , . 1 Page Severztv-jizfe 'Q 1211. 1 UIIIIIZICIZI-IIHI-III!-IHISIQF lZlIlHY?liC -IQ!--ZIIIHIIHQI-l1l1l1lIIIIIlllllll " ' " ":s.. ' - -- "jjj 'mm ' , . ' MHZ' L FRANCES CLINTON STOVALL 3204 Marshall Road, Drexel Hill To' you we are now presenting the blonde member of the hrm ot t'Alber and Stovall, lucorpolatedf' 'Tis true, they' say 1sha1l we whisper5. that at the slightest prov- ocation she is able to exude the quaintest blllSl14-Zlll envy of many IT. D. celebrities. Class: Basketball 135. Clubs: Lo Cercle Francais 13. 45. WILLIAM LAWRl:lNClfl STVBBS, JR. 12 South Fourth Street, Fernwood Lawrentfe's avocation is writing flowery letters to the school paper. saying-to put it crudely-that The Acorn statt is nuts. He has made his name, though, as the mighty Deacon Stubbs who adds zest and points to Strange's hill-and-dalers. School: Monitor 135. Class: Basketball 12, 35: Track 125. Sports: Cross Country 12, 3, 451 Track 135. Clubs: Lo Cercle Francais 135. JAMES STEWART SULLIVAN 701 Ormond Avenue, Drexel Hill Aside from playing in the orchestra and band. and singing in the operetta, the boys' glee club and trio, Stewart has had few musical activities. Perhaps, some of these days we'll hear him "booming" his way to suc- cess with that bass voice of his. School: Acorn Agent 115: Gym Exhibition 135: Honor Roll 13. 45g Monitor 1355 Boys' Trio 1-L51 Festival Chorus 145. Class: Tennis 1453 Basketball 1353 Baseball 135. Clubs: Choral 1453 HA" Chorus 1453 Dramus 12, 3, 45. IAILICANUR GARSIGL TAGERT 613 Maryland Avenue. Aldan After school, and during school for that matter. Eleanor works for D. M. Haupt and Company. She plays a violin in the orchestra, you know. And after Mr. Haupt has made one of those quaint old-fashioned bows and rapped for attention, Eleanor is always ready to start with the first stroke of the baton. school: Honor Roll 1353 Thrift Councilor 115g Festival Chorus 13. 45. Clubs: Choral 145. CARL GAGE TAYLOR 226 B. Court Avenue, St0Il0lllll'St WVhen the teacht-r's tongue slips. it's always 1'arl's soft 1but not soft enough5 voice that is heard. This ouc- man minstrcl show is bright, too: he can mark papers by the Vl'allick system, which produces scores from 0 to E5!5.5E5... School: Honor Roll 145: I'pi-Dah 125. Sports: Track 1Manager 45. Class: Magazine 125. Clubs: Drill Team 125: History 13, 45. Page SC'Z'E11lj'-Sl-.1 .. .. .. .. ...aa in A . !!!i"' ""' II.. - ....... 'Q ,,, 1....:... .. -- - oo... .... :I ,IN 1 1-m:nn ' ' , , num 5 . . , 3 nun I i I lllllll ' F ll "" 1 ' . . .' I ull 41 Q lu . .. fn- it , .l 1 . . l ----- -- tn ,.. . .. V. 1 . , .sl . mm I-,il 44-ull lNlltU'lHl+A l0l'1hl'l TEVIS U34 llorbain Avcnuc llroxcl Hill ' llot's jovuml and iovi-11 yiv-u-ions and uiisl-liiovous 'l 5 il fi - 1. 5 1 spirit lWmbst4-r 1-ouldn't do btttmrj just 1-its-rvz-sm-us from 15 , 1 hor +-yu.. I1 llot llIllrlMllS to ln, 111114-t il som-onul. its ' ln-canst sm h-is suddenly rxsolvul to lM'l'Ulll0 sl-rious, or , . ...fLll' "--I.'f"'m.-1 'fu' . ' 'H "" " . . nv H' I ', .1 nn , ,, l ,Jibril K... ll- H535 2, -Um .- mt -'y '-'f V "Mill tl ,, r- 5 'Tf'f" " . an , fm . .--. --- ,QL V I lt- . .n nm V4 , l i my 1 1 I Ml' 5.4! r rl I ....., MH, MN I 'xii . .BLS .:Wl.5'l.5'l4.r'Vl A 5 -A 'Tl . 1 El fl . L5 . V - . Q l 4 , .1 l lv . , . , . . , . . . n l l K . l 4' L: llt11'illlSB she's planning more pranks, ' n School: Gym 1-Exhibition 12. Ill: Monitor 1:21. Clusrz llziim- Conimittx-0 till: Homo lloom 'l'1'4-zislliwr LN' Liv. n' ffl Clubs: Cllorzll HJ. in L M C HlfIRl'llCll'l' LINCOLN TIXIDALL. JR. ' MH' 3400 School Lano. Ilrvxol Hill lf, .. . . Lf? 'llllllilll looks sorious. but dont let that worry you. W n fill Ile-'s not. As :1 Cl5lSSI'00lll pool, llvrlfs one of tho host ol ' W1 tho younger Nnshosg wo Hup we can Dodge whon W0 soo sonlv of thu otha-rs vominfr. X School: Gym lflxllibition l3lg Honor Roll 11, 2, 3, 41: -i Thrift Counvilor KID. U ia' ' J Class: Junior Play. Clubs: History 13. -Hg Stamp ll. 23. .35 lil l Cl. Ql E, XVILLIAM .lllSl'Z1'II 'l'0Rl4ILL0 121 lfom-r AVPIIIIC. Kirklyn Still nnothor of thu llllISiCill 'Form-llos Q.C'l'IlllllIll04 from Vppvr llnrhy this yvar, on his way to join 'l'sc'll:likovsky, n lg: Srokowski. and the- otln-r immortal unspm-llahlvs. Hap! IJ lrinflss and Sk-'l'l0llSlll'SS ure- blonde-1l to :l nivv 4lof,r1'vo in - llil 's mise . , . School: Gym 1-lxllibition till: l"l-stivnl UI'l'll4'Sll':l lil. -ll. . 51 , , lg ll Yi 71 it . - -1:5 liI"l'H Alll+Il,AlIll'l 'l'Rl'l'l"l' WE -lllll Huvy :xV0llllt', llrvxvl Hill - nt A Q Mg Wo suppose thvre lmvv ln-vu in-oplv who lnm- lm-n :is -R lalvansingly llll2lSSlllllllllI :ls Ruth. lmt not :lt l'. IL! Anml at in vaso von 1lon't know it. liuth is il vm-ry :nu-ioiis 2 listvnor. tooAjust as most soniors ai-:L -not! Wo higrhly Q Vlllllt' Ihr- falot that shsfs lwon our fl'l0ll4l. li vig Svhool: Thrift Counvilor 11, fit. l 2 Class: NI:-lnnrinl Ilny Cilllllllltfvl' 125. ,A Clubs: f'll0l'fll f-ll: Lv Con-lo lfmm-siis 1-ll. iff G A ICDWAIRD MUN'1'GllMl4lliY VAN Llfllllll lf 33-1215 1'llllllSft'klll Avonuv. llrvxvl Hill ff l-ld had :in aclvmitzlgrv ova-ir us wha-n he xnownl into ' Vppor llzlrbyg he had a Yan to ln-lp him. Asimlo from ss-rving faithfully in tho lmml, hm- has vmgiin-vxw-al tho H. I-I. S. through nmny :1 storm. S4-hool: Gym Exhibition ll. Il. ll: Honor Roll 13, lli Vpi-Dah Agont L-U1 Fl-stivnl lflnnd 43. 41: l"s-stivnl ffl Un-liostra 1-lb. "5 E: Clubs: Engine-eriilg fl'rc-sidvllt 3, Sm-vrotary 413 Stvin- nlotz i3lg IlI'2llllllS HJ. TJ in ' V' N H ' int l' Y A s ?2E.ffv5f....l5'1-F71-4.....li'7E. 0 ' l E Paris Sv:'rutv-sz':'c:1 I... RITTH HELEN VAN LEER 3435 Plumstead Aven11e, Drexel Hill Another holder of tl1e Van Leer surname is Ruthea much different Ruth than you'd expect to tind. The "Van" in her name certainly hasn't affected her in the least, and we're glad of it. She and Ed are both slices and spices of life. Cheerio, you Vans! School: Gym Exhibition 12. 33, Honor Roll 133. Class: Assembly Committee 113. Clubs: Choral t-133 Comineree 143. HIGIJGN JENNIE VERNA 332 Lalieview Avenue, Drexel Hill Ever since the time that Helen saw :L picture of Y. D. in the paper and decided to come here, she's been show- ing us that hard-working quality she's made of. As a senior member of the firm of Nagell. Taylor, Verna, etc.. which travels around the school so unobtrusively, she-'s getting: tl good experience. L0l'lS JOHN VILOTTI. JR. ' 474 Fairfax Road, Drexel Park Louis for "Gangster Louie"3 has been noted for some time around "these parts" as U. D.'s sartorial superman. This doesn't prevent his being a true sport, though. Just ask that baseball squad that gave Lou such a beat- ing during his season as manager! School: Gym Exhibition 12, 33. Class: Basketball 11, 23. Sports: Baseball tblanager 33. JAMES .IVLIVS YUGELSUNG 32 North Harwood Avenue, Kirklyn The son of Vogelson came back to If. D. this year with tears in his eyes and Bockus's I. 0. l'. still in thls pocket. Since that time he has been one of the leading celebrities of Room 23, where "Colonel" is the lowest title and where athletes rub elbows for lack of SDLICQ. School: Gym Exhibition 143. Clubs: Choral 143. GITS'l'AVl4l VOGT, JR. 50 Richfield Avenue, Stonehurst This not being an advertisement for Vogt's serapple, We won't even mention Gus's Connection with the meat business, b11t sinee this is an advertisement for Gus Vogt we will mention that he takes C-are of the Epi-Dah business. Most of the time he's up to some monkey business. but how many girls he takes out is none of our business. School: Acorn Agent 4335 Monitor 413: Fpi-Dah tBusi- ness Manager 43. Class: Memorial Day Committee CSJ. Page Sez cnti eight .ZI!""'.I.... 1 71' 7"Q"1'7' Y go... .... '?.i." ..'i . A pawn: ,IEE A: in 1 1 1 A H a 1,,,,,,,... A-:ZZ-SLZAZ: 1 1, , 1' uni: 1 ...,. , -+- ol -v i ., .EIL Hilti :::::: 2 -LZ . nn ..... af. .,.,.... , -,X-...ov .y-. It -:un -id:-I.-T: F F ' 1 li W5Jfa'z.. ,. A ?...:4- . Ei.: Idllf JANE AVERY WADDINGTON ' 3404 School Lane. Drexel Hill n lloguisll, what more can be said of tho curly-headed - , Jang.. A roll of brown eyes, a shake of brown curls, a t-.5 devilish smile and Jane is before you. She's a wonder- U J: ful fric-Ed :End can always be counted on when anything ' ill las to Q one. ' f. School: Gym Exhibition 133: Honor Roll 13. 43. . tl A DELOIQA ELAINE WALDMAN ' i 711 Conrord Avi-11111-, Ibroxvl Ilill - Anothf-r inspiration for tho 'thill and 1lalers" is Elaino, for many a time wefvo soon a of-rtain Hob oinorgo from that 'Laino two inoanllanvl of Wal1lman's. 'Wo doscrihe 5 Elaine in tho superlative-s kopt for som-ioty pivturvs only. Y "Miss lvaldman. Charming. pr-rsonahlo, brilliant . . ' W 1'l3his is not a paid 5lllVPI'tlS9II19Ilf.1 1 School: Acorn 12. 3. -li: Gym Exhibition 13. 45: Honor Roll CSI: Distinguished Honor Roll 143: Thrift Coun- ' r-ilor 125. 1 Class: cllanrei C0lllilllfll'l' 131: Candy Cominittoo 1453 1 Play 'ommittoe 1 5. 1 Cliibsg Ars 1Pof-tao. 12.451 gliatsvry 1-ll: Latin 12. Ill: 1, .0 'erce francais 1 ,: 14 . l ll 'i BIAN BLACKWELL WALKER. JR. ll!! Copley Road. Stonohnrst . 1' 'UA vf-rb is a thing of many moods and cliangesf' l sighs Blau when he attvmpts to answor a syntax ques- g tion in Latin. But lw's porsovf-rod oven through V1-rgil, and a boy who docs that 1-an, we think. do anything. Sc-hool: Gym Exhibition 131. ' l MAE LOVE WALL W 32 Stratford Ave-nur-, Aidan Morning announce-ments: t'Givo your monvy for the Ars Pot-tau Doggie Roast to Mae Wall." You know the Ars Pootao .dogs have a doggio roast onco in a while, l. e.. whon it isn't postponvd. And Mao is sure- to be there ht-lping things along with her usual 1-flivioncy. School: Gym Exhibition 1133 Honor Roll 1315 Thrift Councilor 11, 31. Class: Christmas Basket Uommittoc 1-ll: Homo Room Treasurer 1-ll: Pennant Committee 1-ll. Clubs: Ars Poetae 12, 35: Choral 1-ll: Library 1-ll. 1 MILDRED VIVIAN WARE 10 Chatham Road. Stonohurst Wllvtlic-r it ho lending hor talent to drainatir-s or von- ducting a group of Vppor Ilarhyitvs through Eastern " Ifonn, Mildred is always otfioieiicy plus. Nowadays, ringing through our halls, tho quostion is. "Where is 'aro?" Wi' st-noon: Gvm Icxnibirion 12i. Clubs: V. D. Players 143. .!"' 1 i L-is Page S1 cnti nine Univ" . A -.Wx H' zum... .:::' ::::1::a1""i'?E2"T'-' lll 4 ' f e 2559 SE -gs sf:::.::EE. " ,, I :Il "555EZ. .---.. , ::1::,T g,,,,.-AL ::::: ---fum. ..-..,.--1-nt-Z -f.- .Z-HST. H ff.. v, Q.. .. .:fIf"' "" '- "' - - -' ---- -A4- A -'-- - l - - l Q l SARAH ALICIC WA1il"lil. lil ,mil 42 Syeamore Avenue. Aidan ' 'L N Aliee has the most surprising way of saying and do- ,V Nu ing the most unexpected things. In our own personal My 1 history. it would he very wise to remember her as Eli another "Altec" from wonderland. And we love them ,gr both! LEM S1-bool: Gym Exhibition 123. ' - Class: Candy Committee Hb: AlCll10I'li1l Day Committee ' till. if U Clubs: Algetrarea Q-Hg Choral K-Hg History Chg Library HJ- iff! I iw- U T MARION ESTELLA WATT T101 Sellers Avenue, Bywood Marion is the embodiment of all that is sweet and 2.1 demure: i11 faet. she reminds us of a poem with her ln lovely artistic hands. She wears :1 badge of Courage 3, quite bravely. We know her patients won't--and can't gig -love her anymore than we do. ff, Sc-bool: Aeorn Agent l3Ig Gym Exhibition tell: llpi-Dah UQ ll., l. Wg Class: Dance Committee 135. 5' Sports: Tennis Olnnager 3. 45, lg Clubs: Algetrsirea 13, -U3 l'. D. Players 141: Dramus '41 El thi EDNA LOI'IS XVIGAR T023 Bnlloek Avenue, Yeadon Edna is undoubtedly one of the best students of our class. The honor roll rarely goes to press without her LU name upon it. Le Cerele Franeais is very fortunate to 15-- have sueh an able student in its midst. 4... Sehool: Honor Roll 12, 3, -ll. 3 Clubs: Le eerell- lfrant-ms tra, 41. Llfll-I Sl.'U'1'T WENTZI-IL 1-N 627 Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill 3 , Summer being over. Lee played a Ruthless game of 2 soc-eer. Then baseball eame. and everybody had,a good 5, time exeept the manager. Lee can do hoop tricks -on iQ request. but it was something more than that which gained him a plaee in the Hi-Y. ,jj Class: Basketball lfilj Baseball till. U13 Sports: Soeeer HJ. .IRQ Clubs: Hi-Y 141. ff IIICLEN Sill XVHITAKER 371-I Rosemont Avenue. Drexel Ilill More than one I'pi-Dah writer has said eonfirdentlv, "Helen will type this for me." And she has-willingly and eheerfully. a11d how she makes those keys elick. 'If gentlemen prefer blondes land good typistsl Helen will surely make a hit. School: l'pi-Dah 1435 Honor Roll ll. 2, 3, 41: Distin- gruished Honor Roll 1333 Typing Team 13, 43. Class: The Oak: Candy Committee l-ll. Clubs: Commerce 13, lug History 13, -ll: Visual Eduea- , 7 llllll ll, LJ. Page Iwghtg .iv UI- I- I- I- I- I- I- -- -- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- l- I- l-ll- I- I- I- -- I- I- ll I- l-I-'l- I- I- I- tr' ' 1' v - . e -,Ut . -i""'iiii:7"'::::::.,, -ffiiiiiilfiiifggg gggg.. , go 'AEEEEE H 31 ...mt '::::' f"'L "iiiii:i ,EE"'i ? . 4 ------, z 1111: "L .Jil " '::::: ' -::::: I 'IL n 3553 'Qt " Ms wiiii. in "::::: ,sssssfsg 2255 ...xv I ' ::::-1E::L.--g:4:: ui. ...............:: .,.. QEIC2' .,... .ZIIZTZ "::2Z -Y .::::-.::::::: - I - '--- -- A-,-----1-Q-----:li-U 4 'z . , ' M - . .. ... p ' h y'.mi1f2g1g4 ..- , 'Q Za ' I W snail 555' 244 WALTER EARL .lOSl'Z1'II WHITEHAIR If 609 Penn Streot. Yeadon Walt comes from Yvadon. wliere men are men and gig manhole covers are bus tokens. When he graduates, he wants to be a cop: he's vauglit so many men stealing 3' for Mr. Goas. The white han- is not from studying. ,iii Sports: Baseball 433. A ig ,, .3 ,Al in H if iq sT1:ART EVANS WILEY I I if 128 Windsor Avenuo, Highland Park ,Ill When the blue of the sky meets tho red of his hair, ff Stuart reaches the classroom 4-very day at just nine if o'clock. XViley is here. we venturo the ru-mark that we -gil have no finer classmate. 5 fin si 'Li I s - 'Vi .,, f .' gli! GlfZOIiGIfl WILLIAM WILKINS. JR. ' L 1 138 Hilldule Road. Lansdowne I S4111 Who's this he-man grinning forth from the left, QQ f Wilkins? Not George Wilkins, of the WVilkinscott. Coln- ltfi pany? VVell, now is our chance! NVe've always wanted if-lg to ask him if he still believes that driving home alone lol is no good. How about it? Q 15:4 School: Drill Team 431: Gym lflxllihition 4-15. ,Ili Class: lflxoeutive C0lllllllfi00 415. in l'I.AliENCl'l WILLIIAM WILKINSON Q I U39 Ormond Avenue, Drexel Hill Clarence is really a man's man and an original Nes- ll Nes'er, who. hides under an' nnassulning moniker. h Be- 4' neath that innoeent exterlol heats a heart that CIRVOS li the adventure of the open road. When all the roads j are detoured, his pet diversion is to put a brother senior In in the drainage hole on Memorial Field. E School: Honor Roll HJ. E E JOSEPH PI+Ill4'lVAL WILLIAMS. JR. LQ 832: Whitby Avenue, Yeadon 4 Joi-'S talents lend llioxnselvos roadily to any sport, 1 from facility baiting to cross 0Ulllll,l'y. H4- makes tracks 5 for Strange in the fall and for Wolfgang: in the spring. ' .lou became a man last year when he won tho Yeadon Merfs tennis title. S1-Haul: Aegrn Agent 4-U: Honor Iloll 422. 313 Monitor 1 Upi- ah Agent 443. Class: Dance C0l1ll1llii00 12. SHI Nleniorial Day Flllllllllt- A leo 4312 Basketball ll. 35: 'I'ravk 433. Sports: Baseball 41. -U: lhslwtlmzlll 411: K'l1f-erleader 42, 3. 45g Cross f'0llllil'j' 422. 4hg Vootlmll 413. " ' .-.Q 11 l A' J' 1 Q I Page Eiglzfv-one .fm ...4..,......m. 1---rr Q I vu in ' . . nm- . , ,- ' ""' Hill... mn. "" "' ,H ...twin 'Dx sz. I 2. 3,1 4 .. 5.1: , . ug .... ... I . --' ....,:r::' .A UI: Nunn v-vinyl "mr, 1 fp-1, . 'Ninn :::::'... . .T I l ,gg, , 52: 'egg jg Au... 372- -- "-- """!! .3 'i -:::: - 1 JZHI' " 2 33-f ' TI? H-A " ::::. " I!!! EE?:f-.,,.--iEE3 "' HH-I ..f:. ...::::::q.... . ..... .. 3. 3... eff" J Q 1 - :- , I 3 4 f ,Y 3 I 1 5 ff" - If-1: 3 . .::.5i L ...ni JUSHI'IIINE XVILSON ' F38 Church Lane, Yeadon V "Our little Jo from Yeadon"-yes. sir. And little Elf though she is, Mr. Hanpt has found her very efficient in "tickling the ivories" of her reed organ. As a matter 3 3 of fact. she's an essential part of the orchestra, as well if as of U. D. 3 : School: Gym Exhibition 133. Clubs: Choral 143: Library 143: l'. I3. Players 153. -13. KENNETH EDYVAIID sviusox if 7235 Calvin Road. Bywood Ken is our oI'I'lcial pllotographer. As he once said to Dramus Club members, "If you Kodak well, my pic- 121' tures of you would turn out better." A loyal Stein- QQ metzer, his contribution to science is the verb bolix, gg which has filled a great gap in the English language. gf! School: Acorn Photographer 143: Gym Exhibition 123: fig Festival Orchestra 143. 25,1 Clubs: Stoinmetz Society 13. 43. 35 fa Wi STUART STRICKLANI3 WILSON 40 Cloverdale Avenue, Highland Park 5151 Wilson. YVilson, Wilson. 1Voodrow, Josephine, now it-3 Stuart. Pretty soon We'll be convinced that YVilson is a QU? well-known name. And we-'ve found out, too, that iff Chemistry is a rigid subject. but it hasn't frozen out Stuart yet. Bravo! 12,515 School: Gym Exhibition 133. Class: Dance Committee 12, 33: Basketball 133, Track 12, 333 Tennis 133: Baseball 133. Lg Clubs: Algetrarca 13, 43: Chess 13. 435 Engineering 1333 'og Drill Team 133. 3.5 I LOUIS EMORY XVINNER bei 115 North Sharon Avenue, Sharon Hill Emory. known to most of us as Lew, is one of our ,ir most retieent gentlemen. Aside from being one of Mr. 17-3 Goas' greatest problems in class. Lew is the backbone 3152 for the intra-mural basketball team of 126. He and iff Paist are U. D.'s lnseparables. ff School: Gym Exhibition 12, 33. 2151 Class: Dance Committee 143: Basketball 133: Thrift 3351 Councilor 113: Baseball 133. Clubs: RiHe 143: Bowling League 143: Ili-Y 143. MARY LOUISE 3VULl"ENDl'IN in Creek Road. Media K Can you ever forget the darling: sleepy baby at the ff ' "Senior Baby Party" in her "Denton"? Nevertheless. lb ' Mary Louise has grown since that, and evidently a ,ffl "wolf" and a "dance" can be lgreat pals, for they've often ggi been seen together at footba l games. Schgooli Acorn Agent 1333 Monitor 113: Festival Chorus 1-. 4 . ilu, Class: Christmas Basket 'Committee 11, 23: Dance Com- if A mittee 12, Chairman 3, 43: Executive Committee 1Sec- retary 13: Home Room Treasurer 11. 2. 33: Magazine gjj Committee 123: Party Committee 113: Play Committee 11'hairman 43: Basketball 123: Hockey 12. 33: Thrift 33: , "' Vouncilor 11. 33. M' V" I.. Clubs: Algetrarea 133: 1'horal 143: Le Uercle Francais 143: Visual Education 1Scr,-ru-ta1'y 13. Paar fzqlzfx tue X.. a .............-- ii I """'Ii......u ' ., Iwi :nlllllo I' ,I,,I,,," ""' iililiml .I--1 ,,....:-ui ......,...C zz-. f-- .. 1 1'--'H' .-.-..,. . ....,.... -.----- 2 .. ':g,.. 4.....i . 1 , l "U Ill H lllllll vl I 'V Ill I -1 . om... iii ,..lf 'ii all E V' ff- x NATIIANIEL XVOLLMAN 21 Marlborouyrh Road, Stonchurst lfonfidentially. Nat says that thc reason for his wear- ing his hair so kinky and high, is to make himself look taller. Maybe ln-'ll look as if hc has more authority as cditor of thc local papcr. But maybe it's for social reasons. many girls liking to rnn their hands through nicc curly hair. School: Acorn Staff 12. 3. Editor 41: Gym Exhibition 131: Honor Roll 11. 2. 3, 41: Distinguished Honor Roll 11. 2. 411 English Prize 111: Student Conncil 141. Class: Home Room Treasurer 111. Clubsimllranins 12. 3. 41: History 13. 41: Fcstiyzil Chorus 122. 4. FRANCIS HENRY XVUUIJROFFPI 460 Burnley Lane, Drcxcl Hill Francis hid behind an accent and won evcryone's plandits for a great I19I'f0l'lllilllCt' in "Pep: 11' My H1-nrt." Hack in normal life. as one of thc ofliccrs of the drill team. VVoody's biggest game is quail. Schnoolz Gym Exhibition 11. 2. 3, 41, llrill T1-am 12. 3. Class: Senior Play: Dance C11lllllllii1'P 141: Tennis 13. 41. Clubs: f'0llllll1'I'l'0 13. 41: I41llg'lll00l'lll2' 141. HICHIRERT ALAN WY1'IIl4lliLliY G04 Millbank Road, Stonehurst XVy1-llcrlcy turned out to be the same old Allan that he was before he took to touring our mighty nation on his balloon tires. Being: full of this and that. XVychcrlcy has found that his one big problem is thc decoration of 1211-wllicll he has done with himself and stickers. KENNETII LEON YARNALL 7.54 Ormond Avenue, Drexel Hill Kon is one of the big shots in the local tennis racket, because of the speed of his drives they'rc using asbestos tennis balls on local courts. But Ken docsn't want to play squash tennis-says it sounds sort of flat to him. Girls? Huh! School: Gym Exhibition 131. Class: Basketball 131. SHAKIFI ARMENOVHY YOHGANJIAN G54 Drexel Avenue. Drexel Hill Shakic was one of those four foolish females who faced "fysics" fearlcssly and finally finished. Til!ltiS about as hard to say as Shakie-'s name. Try it. Now. belicvc it or not, Shakie faced chlorine, explosions. and Mr, Kohl in the chemistry lab. School: Gym Exhibition 111: Honor Roll 11, 213 'l'hrift Councilor 13, 41. Class: Candy Committee 141: Executive Committee 111. Clubs: Choral 141: Le Cerclc Francais 13, 41. Paar I'1fl1lfl tllr 1 t ..l ,ff 1 up, is v N lu I ullIlll"" , NIH' -mu 5""' .Z!...,..,.wgggg'gy,, ..- in-----:I Uigfggg' ...nun .vtinul , -- ":::: v"""' "UW 'H-Ir "'1"" ":::.:: ::r-'-" . f' - ---- ' "" 'IH 1' 1.4.-I .- - -- :::g : .. I :':: -., H ,, 5,,, ,, -.-::- -. -- ' ::::: 1. g--- """' 1 ' ,trrr I I-7-wr ::::::.- .. 2 Z-ZZ--- l ----, ' .::: ' on Illll I ....--- .. ' """' ""' ---- I . .fllffy ' "" 'TZIT 7 '-':1:::: ':::::-1E::1,-::: "' HH .---lf --1. .. .I2fT.. .. v. . ,1f!"' -- ,.-. : ...- .Z--------- - . ,.. ,. ,.... ..---... ...-.....- -----.---.. ..... Il 1' 1 C . :' mul ...ml ELSIE NANCY YOITNG l 126 Ardmore Avenue, Highland Park To most people 1including teachers5 Elsie's the most phlegniatic and tardissixna person they've ever niet, but if they'll only rub the varnish off they'll find out that she's the most facctious person imaginable. HUGH JAMES YOUNG 453 lVinde1nere Road, Drexel Park ln the absence of Mr. Dotti, we often see the stately ligure of none other than Hugh E. Young leading the band. If he's not engaged in this occupation. he is proving his versatility with the cymbals and the bass clrnni. School: Acorn Staff 12, Advertising Manager 353 Fes- tival Fhorns 13, 45g Festival Band 13, 45. Class: Dance Committee 145. Clubs: Choral 1President 45. H AMOS ADDIS ZIEGLER. JR. ' 547 Penn Avenue, Drexel Hill 'L The Amos is silent, stranger. Ziggy's report card is habitually fllled with his first two initials. Don't forget his track exploits, either-and be sure to Addis inod- vsty to the other points in his favor. School: Gym Exhibition 115: Honor Roll 12. Ji, 45: Monitor 11, 45: Festival Band 145. Class: Dance Uonnnittce 1353 Home Room Treasurer , 1255 :qglemorial Day Committee 12, 353 The Oak: Track 1Z., . . Sports: Track 135. Clubs: Algetrarca 1453 Hi-Y 13, 45. ROSLYN ALTHEA ZIIXIMERMAN 253 Sanford Road, Bywood Rcincinber Buddy in a certain Chinese dance? Dc- spite her fascinating eyes. Buddy is not Chinese-she's never been stepped on. Ladies and gentlemenalailies in particular-the secret of her slimness is playing basket- ball and running around the track. School: Gym Exhibition 13, 45. Clagiaz Candy Coniinittee 145: Basketball 1353 Hockey 1 . Sports: Basketball 145g Track 13, 45. . - ft' l 1 l Page Eighty-folu' l l -ISI-l1l1l1IC-U11-1IQIIIQIQIIII-!lll1Y-IISIQIIII-Il2l!l-IIIQIQIQIYZIll-ICICI-lll 1 .iv -'V 'illfll "" ....,. .Y...... -H-...lu nn- . ,,,,, ........... . .... . ,,,.,R A ,. ..... 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Engle Grace Hill Janet Seyfert Naomi Frazer , Julia Miller Adelaide Schrader Grace Hill Helen Hannan Margery McKay Marjorie Brereton Margaret Smith Kathleen Holloway Dorothea Tevis Mary L. Wolfenden Jean MacDonald Elsie Young Margery McKay Ethel Murray Mary E. Maun Margery McKay Jean MacDoldald Elaine Waldman Adelaide Nelson Elsie Young Mary L. Wolfenden Dorothy Shepherd Jane Leonard Elsie Young Janet Loudenslager Helen Carr Adelaide Nelson Bernice Barthmaier Katharine Doernbach Mary E. Engle Florence Englehorn P g Eglt ji James Morrow Arthur Greims Henry Godshall Robert Driscoll Frank Mallalieu Richard Driscoll Herbert Tindall Richard Driscoll Henry Harris Jack Paist Henry Harris Wickliffe Crider Edgar Price Edmund Baldwin Edward Fay George Guiles Ralph Meluney Merrill Mial Harry Koch James Morrow Joseph Williams Alexander Doskow George Wilkins Warren Malone George Disney Edward Fay Robert Driscoll Francis Renzulli Herbert Tindall Samuel Ralston Charles Sommer Ted Smith Henry Newell Lester Hudson James MacLane Arthur Greims Andrew Barton dll , 23315. ,lil-IIA, G 8 15 ly' W' I1lIl1ISISl'Il- ll-lllillllmlllllliug--15135-gg.-.-.---l-,- llll Q,-- 1 m...........mu umm- ' mm- Q. --N U .,., ,M .1 In-l ..... fm. vnunmv' . V, , ,.........,.--135, :gm HHH... '.... -.,. 4 v. ul ...H n ...,. ,,, - ""' .-.-.... ..... :::::-,. , ,,,,,, ,A,.., ,A,, H...-H.. ------- ,.-.-.---. an um. -------- ----------- 'n vnu. Q s Glass Iaistnrp lf!! YU - ' "'i. X 'W 5 ,,' -fa' Ng ' A. rr f 4 9' ' 4 'ff , ' 4 W .n 1 M f f Zi . C 5 8 - C P po ngzqlf N CARDJQCTH En PM - .i Pql' That grand and glorious feeling of being an illustrious senior whom sophomores admire and juniors envy. Seniors instigate a campaign and finally elect Henry Godshall as their class president. Seniors stage a "poverty" party which fifty per cent attend in baby clothes and fifty per cent in rags. "Captain Applejack", sponsored by the juniors, visits Upper Darby and presents thrills a-plenty. Mr. Dengler sponsors the an- nouncer's contest during which the would-be announcers afford great entertainment for listening seniors. gl tx 1 4 .I . -u nun I mn: ..,....I.,,......-.lm I .n..,-flmvggjmxm ,.,,. mm mm .... ,...,..H .- ,. , , ..,. nd ,,' m.....1' mm- ,...H,-.1 ...... ...., fd 7 s,,,-- mm ...:..:- um . . ,..... W , :ix hull' up I. IA 4 -., , ll l 4 l Glass history-Qlinntinueh Lansdowne pays her bi-ennial visit to U. D. and returns home at the end of an unsatisfactory grid game. dt was a tie.D Old grads return to our by-paths for their annual reunion, which sen- iors welcome as an 'extra assembly period. Visitors' night arrives and Upper Darby places her students on exhibi- tion for admiring parents. Only the bright ones did the work. Annual gym exhibition presented by perspiring gymsters thrills the crowd assembled. Seniors smash all previous gate returns by the pioduction of the Senior Play Peg O My Heart. gf? Z 1 s Q It '- fx 'X ell ii A f, X Q f s l"" N , , .- - x B X ' 1, L, 1 X A.,.-,L,r-llf-- s - .. . ,,.l..,. 1 4-1..- wa, QQG 0: MY L H EA vi I n ... . HHH Inna. u sr f j X9 . Y v , ec a n 4 1 My 1 X . 4 W "' yi i - Nl Att NJIUQKH4 5 1 L sm l P0370 Eiglztg'-svn' n l1lQ :nal In IS IDIS IS IQ IQ lSlll- runnin! 1-Q-an lnlnllll ln IIZIH nu n m n m-...........-.nm iw- un...,,..y--Z' , ..... .. ... . ...U v- -g, . . H, ""' "' ,, ...... ..--m n- In n 1 4 .ln , ,,, ,, mf. "Q," ,,,,, -, ..... .. 1 ,,,, ,, - ..,.,, 9 l nun'-, mln 'I 1. ' nun-In ... 1. , u 1 .. 4... -. -n nn u num , . ---.,..:.::::..-LLgZ"' l ya I Qlilass history-illuntinuzh N Q0 2 -A 2 , ' Much to senior disgust and senior dgix dignity, the juniors win the interclass fy Ev track meet. 1 5 F .. . I "if N' Washington plays host to excited A lx seniors for three eventful days, dur- Qnu' ing which seniors roost on top of the fi world. lg. ja we , uuqnsn 5 L N D f f ' Fourth Annual May Day preiented if? ' by students of Upper Darby wi h the f i .,,, .,.,4 ,, ..,, May Queen and her court presiding. al I as gffgylf ,....:'ff- V-.,, ' 0' r V' 0' recreation moments by playing mural baseball. The seniors ar ing of spare seconds. 'Z 6 I wg, J fl X 0 r ' ' F l7,g1f?i gm Q Q J ' Goo D LU C K 1' ' I 1 Qu - f, All? ' Seniors emeige on June nint Juniors and sophomores fill in their intra- G Mr. Graduate faces Mr. World X m I HUDSON lack- h and on I Q y I ' X . me W f Y f K ff, N x f I N R r LES ,J num' I Page Eighty-eiglt II Il I1 HQ Il I1 ll ll I1 I1 I1 IS ll IQ ll l UH IS li lg ng 1- lg In gg 1-gggm -- I. I ..... Hn .....--v, .... ...-.U H... ,,,,,..vmi mmm! ...,- f-H.-1 -nm H... ..........l.- ,,,, ,H . .,., ......... iw- ,........ . " V ff-Y " .......... .mm 1 --1:--r ,', L ,. ,,,,,, , ..., ...,,. , .-.N . H-vu ...- um ,. . 4 ,UAH H --A -- ill j A l ll I .... I1- Qlllass 1Brupbecp 31 UST last week I went to a fortune teller to ask her about my fallen arches. When I got there she was gazing into a square crystal Cthat's differentl seeing nothing Kas usualj. "Hello, Pal," she cackled. Right off the bat she guessed my name. Maybe because I had been there before. Maybe not. No matter. The important thing is that she knew I was a customer. She bade me sit down. At a distance of about 2'7" she placed a chart with letters that started out large but became smaller and smaller just like the Acorn circulation. It was the kind of a chart an eye doctor uses. Anyway, she told me to start reading so that she could tell if I needed glasses for my astigmatism. I didn't see how that would help my ingrown toe nails, but I started reading anyway. It seemed that this chart was different. Strange figures. Auburn Motors, 263 U. S. Steel, 106, American Can, 2093 Anaconda Copper, 3914. You guessed it, Abercrombie. The Stock Exchange. There was Ted Harris, former Acorn financier, trying to get rid of about 2000 shares of Bantam Austin. I strolled over. Business, it seems, was almost as bad as during the depression of '29-'33. Ted told me that oddly enough, Nat Wollman had been chosen head of the cravat fnecktie to youj department of Macy's in New York. Also that Gus Vogt had been elected president of the Associated Meat Packers Union of Philadelphia. And of all things, Vic Schillingford had been chosen chief research chemist for Park, Davis, Chicago. Ted then suggested that we go out to lunch and a movie. Out- side, what should we see, but Jim Morrow having a debate with a traffic cop. It just happened that he was in a big hurry to go back to U. D. for a visit to see the old Almah Matah. About a block farther up we came across a restaurant tha.t looked inviting. Closer inspection showed the place to be "The Francis Renzulli Dainty Dish Shoppe." We both entered and ordered a Tired Businessman's Platter, which turned out to be baked beans and frankfurters a la U. D. lunchroom. A couple of tables away were Jane Pflieger and Walt Tyron, now playing vaudeville. And there was Ad Nelson, now editor of Harper's, with some of her staff, including Margery McKay, Mary Jane Sprenkle, and Elizabeth Drennon. After eating, we dropped in at a movie across the street. What should we see on the opening title but this: Wick Crider and Marge Brereton in Laughing Lovers. The picture was presented by International Super Dev Luxe Pictures, Herb Tindall, Presidentg Cameraman, Carl Taylorg Director, Park Millerg Settings, Louis Germ. At the hotel after the show, there was Jimmie MacLane behind the desk. He rang the bell and up hopped George Wilkins as a bell hop. The name of the hotel 'was Hotel Driscoll. Their motto was: "If you can pull a fast one on us Bob can do the 100 in 10 seconds fiat. Pg Eglt n 9 u e i lj'-illhllt' un: nu 1-in un :I IQIZIH ni llul I1 IZIZ lQlllHl-ll-l- IZISUQIQICIIIZ lll1l1l1 un In .......,..,...--In .J vm.,mvl":' , H- --U.-v mm """ .....,l...,.-' gjffypy, ..-.... mm... mm: ,mlvuv ,vm if " .. .... M----f-' .gg-gf' .,..:,,::::, zz. -.-T 1' :::::Z.- "' -'H "" .' " ' . """"" --' - l Up in the room I turned on the radio. The liquid voice of th nouncer came over the tele-radio receiver. Sure enough it was Linder. "Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. The E. Herman B casting Company now presents the Denglerian Trio, Arty Gefvert, St Sullivan, and Harry Koch. They 'will sing 'Love In the Rough,' wri by Ed Love, while playing golf." I twisted the dial. "A blackface orchestra, Ted Smith and his Blacksmiths, have just played, 'Whe summertime in Iceland, Ifll stop making ice at you.' " Just about this an- rnie oad- art tten mic it's ime there was a loud knock at the door. In came the hotel detective. "The room next door has complained of the noise." Before either of us ould say more we recognized each other. "Not John Bessor," I cried, wit my excitement mounting just like Kate Smith's moon. "The same," he y lped with joy. After falling over each other for a few minutes, I asked him how things were in general. He said he didn't know how things we e in general, but did know how things were in New York. He told me that rs. Kershaw Knee MacDonaldJ thought that the Navy was all wet, excep for certain parts, that Grace Hill had become treasurer of a certain bas ball team g and that Russ Stoughton and Andy Barton now pitched for the ew York Yankees. The fortune teller paused here to tell me that for an additional wo- bits she would be glad to resurrect the other members of the class o '32. I advised her to call up the shades of Money and Nicholls, but she w s so distressed 'with this display of near-wit that she broke the bowl in exas ra- tion Ca very bad place to break ith, and I was left alone with my thou hts. iHow lonely I was thenlj P ge N nety ..-1 , .... M.. U 1 FQ- vw 1 :',', ,, rl ll .: " .:::'.".,.... g5:.::. ..::. '. .. -' ' ,, um '::',,,,, ,,',, artful: :v nun H2 ,,,, ul fl ul .I 1 -FF.-- nm In H I, lllllllvu ------ 5 n - U 'H 1 .. nnrlnu - ,-,H -- ----::: -- ""' 7..I lg ' :THE -1 1 -if------H ::::.- .. ------ ::::.-. -- ::::::: H... -' : -..-.nu .-----. .. A---W .-----. nun, ,,,,,, . -----: : ..--.- ---:::gg-5::u3::3--- .-mn. ...Cl..........!2.....:il!I751........:1lH....v-.,l,...i..1!f!!!' .::::I.v ,J .., .g::::: un ll I s-. The Qlllass will w E, the class of 1932, having just received an apprehensive circular from the Provident-Mutual Company, were reminded that we should make a will. Business being what it is, a postage stamp could hold the total contents of our willy and then we would be commemorated and immortalized by BELIEVE-IT-OR-NOT Ripley. But we don't even have the money for the two-cent stamp. Using P. K.'s best Hammerhill Bond wc, the class of 1932, mens s-ana in corpore sano hereby will and bequeath 1. To the school We leave black crepe to be hung out in memory of a progressive, loyal class. 2. To Miss Logan and Mr. Shull we leave the long, restful vacation they need after four years of us. 3. To the class of 1933 we leave Abraham and Theodore, on the condition that they are kept clean and free from designing clutches. 4. To the girls of the class of 1934 we leave the following advice: If you are going to let your hair grow, do so tout de suite-the tooter the sweeter-so that when you become seniors, you will have a. dig- nified knot. P 4 5. To Miss Gaukrodger and the Girls' Hi-Y we leave so many white dresses that no one will have to wear her gym blouse in the annual picture. 6. To the aspiring chemistry students we leave an unlimited supply of gas masks, for use during the preparation of hydrogen sulphide. 7. To Mr. Boyd we leave a vat of glycerine and lemon, to be doled out to his debaters as he sees best. 8. To Mr. Stevens we leave one bottle of Notox, to dye those grey hairs the chemistry students of 1932 have given him. 9. To the editor of the Acorn 'we leave the combined cleverness of the former editors. 10. To the editor of Upi-Dah we leave one gross of Vallee's Yeast Cakes to be taken to keep up her morale when she misses her meals. 11. To the editor of the Oak we leave Emil Ludwig's sublime gift of writing biography. 12. To the Drill Team we leave the Latin Ponies. 13. To the P. G.'s we leave a few dozen rose tinted spectacles, that they may see their Alma Mater in a different light they'll need to! N v- ,-.I I , - Page A 'mety-one i Z I nnuuuululnuluul-lllinnll llilllillllllllllujl llllllll QI-IIIZIHI-I um ,, . . - qum.. K-31 av :v vu.: h K., ,,, nn n n nu I J ' I ll lllll 'HI I' .1lZl!l!lI" N" ' um' m Hui" 'l'Z57-HJ . ....m!' .. lllllllll' "QU nm L. ' ' ' .-........ -.. . -- -- :::::Z- """""', . .1"! -nn H .. .mm ---- - "-' :. .-....-., -mm-nu A ,1 ,.. , ,,l,,',,,, -.--- -- - -.-.----.- -ummm' l .....- gi 1 ,,,,,,,, ------ - 1: ---------- umm.. 11 l rguunn ----.--- .. -"'-'---- "2H1L1:2L .HIL .u ........ ::::::' :' yszgzli-L33-f--3:35 in-nm.. ....ll.....,.,..51....l1iZIZ21....,....:f!:........l.......ifZ7f!' "EE,-W 3143: 14. To the shrubs in front we leave several bags of fertilizer they may grow strong and hold their little heads high. 15. To the Waterless pond in the garden, we leave an unlilm supply of Water and goldfish. that ited 16. To Jean MacDonald we leave a round-trip ticket to Annapolis. 17. To Room 224 we leave the runner-up championship cup. 18. To the janitors we leave tread mills in the halls to help get around. 19. To all the quiet and reserved members of the class of '8 leave Eddie Fay's irrepressible spirits. 20. To the football team we leave a supply of goose-eggs to be out forcibly and irrevocably to opponents. 21. We suggest to Mr. Shenk and Miss Sieber that the senioa housed in the aquarium while in Washington next year. Th' is save the municipal water supply. 22. To Mr. Haupt we leave the suggestion that a 'song be corg entitled "All for Love" featuring our own Eddie. That Settle 23. To the Riflle Team we leave the suggestion that an open s be declared on punsters of the ilk of Seiver, Miller, Tindall, Taylor. 24. We designate Mrs. Knox to be the executor of this, on! Will and testament, with the express wish that it be filed archives and not left lying around 'where it might be mistaken cafeteria sandwich. IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have hereunto set our sign this day of June. CLASS OF '32, WITNESSES: JENNIE FRY mot the small fryl. HERBERT HERZOG fthe Baron hisselfb. P g A t t them 3 we doled rs be will posed that. eason and r last n the for a ninth a e 'ine y-wo ' - --Q llfll -I-ll-Il-I-V-I --Il-I---I---l-I!-QI-.Ill-Ul ,.-..,.V-,--N. . fps, ,,.fi---X f I S wx 2 . I 4 . ff I , i ,. -,Y , ff .awww-uwy,.,,f---,,N LT- 1 , -in tux W fm Q . Us 1 Y! N- .,-- fe, ' ff'- Qu ,. 5:-f' QMS? ,Aff mtg' Af W' ,E 2 1E,1Ff,.z,,.w-,v, , , . 4,,L A .4 kA . ,wwf W. W ,. M Nm, ,, . ,. 1 ,, , f, m.,,.,..m Y , . 1. X i. 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' "Will 1 """" ------- -- "":: ------- -V---H 1 .1 .. ..r::::. .112 .::lliI" :::::: 2 ::::-. 31:11:33-313--,::l:::: nl. :::::1--W ing:-A133331 lil water Zlliime Zin washington Thursday, April 21 . 8.30-Special train leaves B. 8: 0. station with 312 dizzy seniors aboard. The only exciting figure of the moment is Bill Bockus, who is completely dissolved in tears at the thought of leaving his mama. He would have been bawling yet had not Ted Smith given the train a final puslni and then made a spectacular leap for the last car. The train gathers and rushes on to Washington. peed 9.01-Much to the pleasure of onlooking seniors, someone comes down the aisle with a cup full of Water which is instantly land yes, quite dentallyj spilled on Carl Taylor and Charles Douglas. The two at protest that Saturday nite is yet two nites off. 9.26-Dick Driscoll begins his campaign of slinging itching powder. a result, Art Greims is forced to go into retirement. acci- once As 10.02--A prevailing odor of garlic heralds the approach of Mary Lib Engle and Harry Koch. Mary Lib is wearing her garlic bouquet. CAh, explains all.J 11.15-"Miranda" arrives in Washington fifteen minutes early. She those minutes sometime ago. 12.20--Herbert Hoover graciously consents that the senior picture that lost may 79 be ta.ken on his office steps. H. Grube C"Our Master Cackling Hem J- we regret to say-appeared only twice in the snapshot. 1.00-The Senate chamber was filled with memories of dear old U. D. Senators were fighting. 2.16-In the Museum, it is discovered that no new archaeological ex Two ibits had been added recently g by a unanimous vote of U. D. seniord: Joe Schurch was chosen to represent us there. 3.08-Godshall, Greims, and Gardiner pay a much belated visit to their relatives in the Washington Zoo. A 6.00-The multitude invades the quiet serenity of Papa Cairo's domain. 6.01-The hotel runs out of water. 8.50-Gordon Lyons accidentally takes the Declaration of Independence from the Congressional Library. Just another souvenir collector mad! 10.13--Cab Calloway entertains U. D.'s elite with rhythm-rhythm! 12.30-Girls on the ninth floor observed counting steps. The su wobble, the steps creak, the girls count 172 with a deep sigh of reli 1.48-Miss Mallon helps the girls in 905 to kill an invading swa gone orts f. of roaches. For the first time that day Ctis Friday nowj Miss Mallon is seen roaring with laughter. 2.51--Many are awakened C?J by a fire-siren, and all escapades are re- newed. 3.06-E. Waldman yodles out over the back tenement of our hotel, Driscoll ?" ' 3.30 All respectable people supposed to be dozlng. 1 N uY0, U: llllli I ..... I u A ' .1 Page inety-four Ql1lQI1H1-Il1l-l- 1IHIIIZIIIC1-IIHIHIQISHIIQIHIIIQl-l1l1IICIll ....: ,,, IK ' ..:: . '1"'H.... . :I ." 1:9 "' I" . .... -,g' .... . -1 A, ::::::., 'H' . :TEE "" " .......... --. . -- .Zl.. V ---'-- 4- ' "1 "' 'F lI:v:lrlH """ 'V 'ZII,- ...--- ' -------- ' "" - in nu- """ ........ 35333353 -1 135335: 1353 " H 11:2 ' 3 "......... ,:::::f" 5- 1:2331 222222221 -. f151f"' ""1i.. ...:i..........r:.....::::::: ....:::1.. ... I.. .::f:::' -ggggguu -tj-Zzxgggggggl Friday, A pril 22 6.30-No need to be awakened by those who have slept. We were aroused one hour hence by water-bags, water-soaked towels, and watery yells. 8.30-Collingswood, Norristown, Pottstown, Newark, Upper Darby and about 'steen others hold a cheering contest in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The Tribunal will discuss the case in the near future. 9.45-Floss Englehorn clears the bar at 6 feet 3 inches and lands in his arms. She was very sensible, anyway, for she saved herself 1796 steps. 12.00-Mallalieu, Doskow, and Hermann are reported among the missing. Mr. Shull finally rescues them-much to our sorrow. 2.00-Seventh Street Wharf passes through the last dock on its way to the execution as we arrive for our trip to Mt. Vernon. 2.30-The "Charles Macalester" rocks violently to and fro as we orderly gang the gangplank and board the skiff. 3.15-Everyone reported doing nicely. 3.35-Old George's mansion rears into sight. 4.00-The Mt. Vernon lawn becomes the haven for the oppressed. Frank Crew absent-mindedly comments that "This is just like home." 8.00-"The Church Mouse" remains undaunted as we press into our first balcony seats. 8.20--The magic aroma of a stink bomb is now freely circulating. An actor on the stage recites: "What a delicious scent! Ah !-" 11.00-Our so-called buses-now dubbed "Sleeping Headquarters"-make the return trip to beloved Cairo. 12.00-It's sleepy time down Cairo to many. 1.00-Ed Fay decides to break the monotony, so he retires. Saturday, April 23 6.15-"The Revival"-Mass meetings are held in most rooms where hot arguments about "early to rise", etc., are very effectively debated. 7.15-The lsllowing herd winds slowly o'er and into the dining room. Per- sonally, we only got one-half a grapefruit and a red eye--but that will do. 8.15-Ye goode olde special trainne, plus an excess of Washington dirtte, plus old Sol's heatte, are generally welcomed by the wearied pilgrims. 10.15-Nelson Kershaw is observed turning his back on the "middies", because he believes he can do better next year. Several girls were heard to exclaim, "What! No good-looking ones?" Nelson will change that for them. 2.13lTGeorge Guiles and Kay Clark sigh deeply as the train pulls out for illy. 3.15-Art Greims discove1's that he has a charley-horse in his leg and protrudes the offending animal this leg not the horsej out the window. 5.15-George Disney comes through the train with a jar of limburger cheese and a newly acquired Southern accent. They harmonized quite well, Disney is peacefully reclining in Jefferson Hospital. 5.40-The great bi-centennial class of George Washington fotherwise known as the class of '32J arrives in Philadelphia. We are greeted by some of '33's lonesome babies a whiff of Philly air and an overly eager family. 5 41 All s well' PQN Ji D 1 ' 1 ' 1 u L' 1 a e inety- ve Ihllilxlnllllllll IIll!lllllivlllllilluiullllhlllhllltlhllllI E 1: W 1 5 , v 1 y 1 Il X 4 QGDPQ 1 9 ff ulil he Mak 41 ' E ?.,.g..,...f,,,..,,,g:-t:,4n:g. 1. .,5:'i'z .gg,1filT.Cg:z,g::Qg:nLzggzzfggzgawggrf,gg1gf42QQgQ2g4.,,z:g,lLZ..Q,.L,.: . 5 . N 342552 H - Eff 2 1 5 , i E 1 I . 5 X M , ki! 5 UU QLJE efwse Si QA Q W QM: 5 f N M! , H Q-3 E ' U1 5:4 ? W' ' 1 k iw! Qui 1 4 5313221 fig - , I 2 5 Hia EE : 5,23 21 ! ,, lg li? l fi M Y,' ' EW ri li M 1 , 'l U 'E fi if 1 Q2 V li E -f 5535 pw Q QL 131. s 1 Ei JY ' 1 , il if 54 e I l I ' 3 if 3 g'? f wg Q 1 ?'if , '22 ' Q HU ug ,. 1. L: Egg E Faye .N'I'l1Ff,X'A', ' Q P V5 ' Q Q M. UT:Jl '.,,, .- KW- --.W f ' I llalsmfrxax 1fx.,.l:nm-:mlfwlzxun will 21 1 1. . . ,' '.,...,..,,. 1. ,.,,. H w1Zf....,,, "W . , H... ,. 1, .nl mt .W l ., ... " ' ....f.,., ...U ,,., U. .....1,.,. ll 11 V I I r Jfnuthall The 1931 football season cannot be accura.tely measured in terms of victories and defeats. The thing that Upper Darby gained this year was the biggest thing that can come to any team-a finer morale, the ability to fight hard a.nd cleanly in the face of sure defeat and overwhelming odds. Since the remaining lettermen and other members of the squad have become imbued with this spirit, hopes for next year ride high. 'The team was not individually brilliant: ra.ther, it became a machine of well-fitted cogs as the season progressed. The line, after the nightmare of the first few games, proved itself a match for almost a.ny ball-carrier. Scott, Patton, and Hinkle played heady ball at the end positions: Grube, Rouse, and Clendening were a trio of bruising, aggressive tacklesg D-olton and Godshall tore the center of the line to bits, game after gameg and Huffman, Benny Davis, and Watson all held the center post at one time or another. Craig, a newcomer from Roxborough, Bill Smythe, and Dan Creery were the outstand- ing backs. Craig proved himself a great safety man, as well as a. shifty ball toter. Smythe, although somewhat hampered by injuries, was able at times to put on his usual pyrotechnic displays, so thrilling to the crowd. Creery's famous spinner play was tl1e terror of all opposing lines, and was the key play of the whole offense. The booming spirals of Craig and Smythe pulled Upper Darby out of many a tough spot. Harry Caldwell and Elwood Smith played quarterback, and both ran the team capably. SCHEDULE Media .....,.. Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. 12 0 3 2 ' 1 Radnor . ..,......... 20 "" Abington ........... 32 12 0 0 6 Cheltenham , ....... . Lower Merion Lansdowne ......... 6 6 Haverford .......,.. 13 0 -" Norristown T-Q Darby .............. 7 12 Pu 'X mt x ' 1 1.70 . " 'tj-sv:'m1 A , Il! II I1 IC U- II lull CI I1 on IU IS IC I1 II ll ul I-I l-l- aiu: ll ICIHII IC lulnllln ll IK in ll ll in 1 . .... , , ,,,, 3 HqW53u!'unuN. EEZ. 4:HH5Hl5'q5g'u:d -V . ....,.. -in-11-1 """' U.-...I .v.U'f5ZZ .::-.-. -3 :A - ---- -'-'- 'fm' - is ':1'g::4. - Ill -.-. . - ---- ..... : . . - . - , ::::. : -.:1:.---- mmol. "I U21 N I' 1" "H" :::Z-- " 122- i EEEZEEEEEE iiiiiiiia.. " N .: ' "WEEE :EEEET z A ' "::::..e11gg,-g::::::::::- wvlum ,..H.,.... ..f2....,2iIlI1JZ.... ...fif'l.. 4. In .. Iflfff' "':EQ1un .ignr .EEII""'- I ' l ' ' Iwi' l Ii . A I I , I 5 rel 3'- 5 I l a f I . , ifsg, V' ', I l .J ' f ff--vf ' ...--ian.. f .idx-3 . I lf' p 53 l jfunthall SECOND TEAM 3 A sophomore eleven was whipped together this season under the guidancei of Mr. Brooke for the especial purpose of giving experience in actual games. A egular schedule of five games was arranged and played against similar teams of other chools. This is a great plan for developing material and .should show immediate results if continued. Four of the games were lost, but the experience and practice gained cer- tainly offsets these defeats. 1 SUMMARY t Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. Overbrook .......... 12 6 Marple-Newtown .... 26 0 1 U. D. Junior High. .. 7 19 Lower Merion ....... 25 01 Ridley Park ........ 24 0 "" tie-.+ - ' Q Page Ninety ezght it it l T' 11 3: L: I .. . if xc.: tif. ll ll H For the fourth time in live years the Milnemen have captured the Suburban League trophy. This year they had an exceptional average, winning thirteen, tieing four. and losing but one game all year. This game was played with Girard College. In league competition Lower Merion, Abington. and Haverford were all ta.ken into camp. George School and Westtown, two ancient rivals, were conquered by the locals this year in thrilling games. Another of U. D.'s heated rivals is West Philly. The Speedboys earned two ties in their games this year. The local booters showed their marksmanship by booting in 48 counters in all their games to their opponents' 16. Black, Greims, Applegate. Naylor, and Kennedy composed the locals' first line, backed up by Harris, Bierling, and Stoughton: Schwartz and Robbins protected goalie Bill Pepper in his troubles. After the season's games had been completed, the members of the squad elected Ted Harris, a hard-booting center halfback, as captain. Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. Sept West Philadelphia 1 1 Oct. 20 Abington .... l 3 Sept Overbrook ...... 2 Oct. Lower Merion Sept. Haverford .. 4 Oct. Swarthmore . Sept Episcopal .... . . 4 Oct. Northeast . . . Oct. Frankford ...... 2 Nov. Abington .... Oct. Girard College .. 0 Nov. Lower Merion --- Oct. West Philadelphia 3 Nov Overbrook Oct. Westtown ....... 6 Nov. George School Oct. Haverford ....... 4 P1101 N rn fl Hlllf' ... ..,.,.,.,......... ....,. ....l.ml1qggm 1 ull'v uvlll "H" nun :nip 'll 1 . s .. .. ... , I va- --J Qlruss uuntrp Living up to all advance expectations, the Purple and Gold harriers experienced another successful season, during which they carried off their fifth consecutive suburban championship. Also their string of dual meet victories remained intact in the face of one of the most difficult schedules attempted by Coach Strange's teams. The squad was most ably captained by Bob Driscoll, whose fine showing during the two previous seasons fully merited him the honor. Four other veterans: Dick Driscoll, Al Money, Joe Williams, and Jack Paist, completed a wealth of material remaining from the 1931 season. John McAllister, Larry Johnson, Mort Drew, Bert Johnson, Howard Lorraine, Jack Geist, and Joe Shortledge were the newcomers who were instru- mental in keeping the championship under the Purple a.nd Gold banner. Two large Interscholastic Championship meets rounded out a schedule of seven dual meets. The squad won dual meets from Haverford, Chester, West Chester, South Phila- delphia, Simon Gratz, and Norristown, losing only to the Villanova College Freshmen. A second place was ga.rnered in the Villanova Interscholastics and the climax of the season came in the form of a. tirst place in the Meadowbrook C1ub's first interscholastic meet. A large cup was presented to the winners to be kept for one year. The cup must be won three times in order to be secured as a permanent trophy. The highlights of the season were the perfect score victory over Simon Gratz and the junior va.rsity's victory over the Norristown varsity, Mr. Strange deserves no end of credit for his consistent success since he took over the reins as cross country coach at Upper Darby. Not only ha.s Mr. Strange produced winning teams but he has built up an almost unprecedented interest in the sport. Paar Our Hand: fl .-.J Q 1 1 1 1. .1- 1 1 1 1 or ff f kffr"i' 'fx , X in X,-'fr g ,. 1""' J ' --N ...px .Y 1 11 1, I g 11 B 1 Il Vw 3 2 -ex, 1 111 11 1 1 lr 11 1 1: 1: 1 1111111 I 1" ' ' 1 1 r,,i,.t . 'K Q 1 1111 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 M1111 1 1f1 1 .1 1 1 I 1 11 1 3131.1 1111 1 A 11 1 E11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1' 111' ' 11 1 1 11' 1 1 1 11 , 1- 1 ,1 11511 ' 1 1111 1 1 I 111:11 1 1 1 411 11 1 'X 1 lf. , 1 1 1 1 1 IBUKRFP I .111 Under Miss Fry's capable coaching and Marge Breretou's enthusiastic leadership, 1111 13,1111 the hockey team this year had its most successful season since the sport was started in 11111 -1111. Upper Darby. The team won seven games, tied two. and lost only one, and so ranked 11' ' . - ' ' 1 1 k . . 1111 . second in the mythica loc ey league 131' 1 111111 By graduation, the team loses Florence Shiller, Peggy Hipple, Rena Seebode. 111 1 '1 " . . 1 .1 111111 Marjorie Brereton, Adelaide Schrader, Mary McLaughlin, Grace Hill, and Marguerite 111311 111111 Gibson. 11 1 11 1 However, there is some good veteran material in tl1e junior a.nd sophomore classes 1111111 11 with which to start the team next fall. "l1f1 11 I1 11111 111111 SCHEDULE 111111 opp. U. D. opp. U, U, 1111111 111111 Media ............... 4 1 Ridley Park 1 3 115111 1 1: 'f Nether Providence . .. 2 5 Lansdowne . . . .. 0 5 11' ' . ln 1 1 11 5111 West Chester ........ 0 6 Haverford .. . .,. 1 4 11, 1 5111 1 Collingdale .......... 2 5 Swarthmore ... ... 1 1 1,1 I 1 2 . Lower Merion . .. .. . 0 7 George School . . . .. 2 2 111 11 ,1! 111 11 111' 1.11 1 -I1 1,1 211 11 ll ,I 1. 1 JJ J 1 1 1 Paul' Om' llrfmlrvti fJ7lC lr- 1 1 . 11 1 1L::f.l --- WMM- -mam - 11.5. F"I"-Ulimffm 1 .-- 222,--.:,- . N 5 V .. .. . . K V ...,DA F ,f',,W.,...,.:..-.. Yrs -- -r- -. , . :,.f ,Fm-wf' -'P'-QNX . A tif mf. gt A Amy' - ", ' .-Kmiws-A y ff-Kr . --fam--wfwew :ww- Z8nps' Basketball VARSITY SQUAD The 1931-2 basketball season was one of unrealized hopesg even its closing note was a. bright forecast for next season. Winning eleven out of twenty games and tying for second place in the league, Upper Darby failed signally to reach the mark set for her by pre-season dopesters. Lew Goas' charges were eliminated in the first round of the Kiwanis Delco tourna- ment. running up against Darby, a bigger a.nd slightly better team. Eight lettermen are lost by graduation: Lombardo, Black, Griems, Gardiner, T. Smith, Flurer, Stoughton, and Harris. Walt Berwick, who was voted the most valuable player on the quintet, is ineligible for another year of competition. The season summary: BOYS' BASKETBALL ..,,,.Mz,,.g,,53 15 , 312521 E it .? 5 1 ' 5 .iff 2 55 ,v . is, .f 1. gs..s,.m 1 wil, .FEE tif .llli 315 ffl? :Pl 'ffl .LEU 1 3, hm f V,- Gil. sn, 1 fili ill, iii-Sl .gill 'iii H21 ily! . il!! 'la H25 Z'l '.i. ffll will 2112 meli 1 1711 ggg ef: Ti!! 13175 F1111 7 5 Brown Prep. . . . . . Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. 20 19 17 13 Haverford .......... 16 EQ: 10 " vi 27 'let dll will 20 em 20 UU' -re 26 V. ef, 21 24 19 22 21 25 ' 23 15 16 19 Episcopal ....... 25 26 Lower Merion ..... . 14 Lower Merion 22 12 Abington ....... . . . Alumni ......,.. . . . 26 14 Norristown .. . Abington ..... . . . 18 23 Cheltenham ...... ... Norristown .. . ... 8 24 Lansdowne ......... Cheltenham . .. ,. . 11 14 Swarthmore Fresh Lansdowne ... ... 18 30 Chester ..,... ..,.... Pottstown . . 13 14 Haverford ........ . . Chester .. ... 20 22 Darby ... Page One Huvzdrrd Two 14 1 V -A--'H l 1 H .,.. - l. ,..- ,. ..,.. TM.-- . .R ... 4 v ,e .-f.1'1..s1 1. t.,ft.t.xt-f 114 ...,Z-Z.. . .....,--.,,....-.., ly, U , ei HH' lil' i- Evelyn Meissner, both of whom played very well. ' it will , e t 1 l 5 5 r 1 . il, L4 M4 .T I 'r ,. tell 5 :iii '51 W! 1. . ,lx f . I wi . :M 'f HV' rf tif il if " iw 1' 51' i 1 1' E il 1 I H5 ' is 'A li 'f 5. vi 'iid if ,ir 'IIQM MZ: , ,s i 9' I If . ,lid , , x ' A fit . .ps I :Iii a H155 4 UNH mi ' f k lf 61115 Bas ethall 5 ggifl lil :sg ii. 'ip VARSITY SQUAD into ,gjx Although we did not have a championship team this year, we certainly had a most jlifu enjoyable season. The varsity squad consisted of four seniors and three juniors. The fglgiip ,E seniors were Adelaide Schrader, Grace Hill, Margaret Hipple, and Margaret Sanderson. 'N 'Ili The juniors were Marion Potts, Helen Fetters, and Evelyn Meissner. .fig F, Adelaide Schrader, who was changed to a forward position due to the lack of In 5 nl . . . 4 "H ' 35' forward material on the squad, made a splendid record for herself, being high Scorer on ,pm l'i the team this year, with approximately 143 points. ' I," s : all L, ,.,,. r Grace Hill, a forward since her freshman year, made in the neighborhood of 138 WML vi points. 4.1, r We had remarkably fine centers this year. Marion Potts, jump center and our if Q. Captain-elect for next year, and Margaret Hipple showed remarkable co-operation and N251 , I if team play, both in actual playing and also in cheering up the girls during diiiicult times. TV 'S ,V We wish to commend Margaret Sanderson upon the execution of her position as ,Mit guard on the team. The other guard position was alternated between Helen Fetters and I1 I, l., .,,. U i"i': ,Imp SCHEDULE 5 ,Ir v .'.', , I, I Opp. U. D. opp. U. D. 1 'i A p l li Radnor ....... .... 2 2 34 Lower Merion . ..... 18 38 ! ' Mile Swarthmore ... ... 17 13 Lansdowne .... ... 28 27 ' U'-if Haverford ... ... 22 34 Media ....... ... 24 49 gi' , ' Berwyn .... .... 4 5 30 Ridley Park . .. . .. 43 47 ' -- Collingdale . . . . . 22 34 ,D .tgi i Paflr Our Hznzdrcd Thrru ' i If 1 I R 2 ..,. .At .,.. -...-.1t,.-.----. --, , . . WD- 2 . D-- ,... . ...,,,,. --W T'ILfIT'l:ClEIXIII33f ' ' ' " ' 1 M, f P ' ' rx Ziff, .y ,V 1 4 I l' X 513 1 B X E El 5 1 1' ..., ,. , .-..H M... ix .A.,. . ,, , , L. . J," A 7 Vip fe tri? l 4 . Q: L-4 :EEE:f I Ju--ML. I I i 1 I W ll . li' 2 5,1 li iii li A Il l 1 . gi . 4! El. 1 1 1 1 im I li! if I vi ieli lf! ' ' 1 ali' 1 za ' ia a u My ups as etha iii SECOND TEAM This year's second team, the best in history, played impressive ball in almost every will game of the season. Only one team definitely proved itself superior to the Upper Darby I, jim reservesg that was the Lower Merion second team, undefeated for two straight years. Ip" The Lower Merion boys won the championship of the reserve league, yet they onl won fill Y .tip the first game by one point in an extra period of play. The second game was not so close. Episcopal eked out a one-point victory, and Lansdowne and Norristown also triumphed in close encounters. It was generally admitted, however, that these defeats , '1 ' were due to over-confidence. The latter two teams were beaten handily in return games. 1 l. 1 fl il The fine record of the second team would seem to make Coach Goas's task for next i il year an easy one, for there will be a wealth of promising material at hand when next I I ,li ' season rolls around. Haff and Gootee, who worked together at forward like automatons, gm will be back again, and with them will be such stars as Meldrnm, Elwood Smith, I liglil Cracker Reidelberger. Rude, Heyd, Watson, and O'Donohue. ' 1,3 li, 'll xl SCHEDULE ,W :A pp. ,. . pp. . D. I 1" fa o if D o U Brown Prep. .. ... 12 17 Haverford ..... ... 11 24 .3 l wi Episcopal ...... Lower Merion ...... 28 19 'z 4 ii 'P Lower Merion Abington ...... 10 24 ai ' iiff Abington ...... . . . Norristown . . . 27 24 li 'I I ' Norristown ... . .. Cheltenham . . 17 35 1 ' ,ii 3 Cheltenham . . . . . Lansdowne . . . 1? L Lansdowne .. . .. . Chester , . . . . 1 . X M Pottstown .. Haverford .. 13 23 El Chester .. E ,......., A 1 fi Page Our' Hnmil1'dFon1' .Ei 1 ll 1 5 I l.-..l ' ' 1 ,Q Girls' Basketball SECOND TEAM The second team this year has had probably the most successful season in the history of the teams. Most of the girls are sophomores and had some training at the Junior High School last year. The team's record equaled that of the varsity squad. six out of nine games played being won. The high scorer for the team was Sarah Kulp, a very good prospect for the varsity next year. Sarah chalked up a total of 74 points. The other forward position was shared by Dorothy Flavell, a very good shooter of long shots, Nellie Sand, Mary McLaughlin, Edna Johnson, and Barbara. Engle. Doreen Sinclair and Althea Zimmerman worked together in the center of the court along with Ida White and Sophia Barr. There were also a number of guards who played regularly. Peggy Pain, .lun-e Walker, Rose Bernardino, and Miriam Violet occupied these positions. The varsity team next year will no doubt contain many of these players. SCHEDULE Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. Radnor ...... ,. 9 26 Lower Merion ... .. 13 15 Swarthmore ... .. 14 24 Lansdowne .. .. 4 16 Haverford . . . .. 24 21 Media ......... .. 13 18 Berwyn .... .. 24 19 Ridley Park .. 21 25 Collingdale . . .. 25 24 Pzzglv Om' l1lHllf7'L'li Firm' to ,,, 1 1171+ " F U. Q ,il-f"" ,- . r , -f' I sw-llrxgr-K . 1 'if ' I ' ' 'wlfaif r f. .i . ' 4if'2fm""'2' iz A 1 i f Sevier eil-iff ,, , R 'HV Lil. . ,i Qwxlil "5 -5 3 1 3555 ': :tif if 5531 1 V7 fi' " L5--fd-'l aww ' -2 It Q 13555 :gait 1 Eililf , 5325 wg? fit? will ww VTE? ,V :gif ,ill :HUF mil' fiwgi fi li "tif ll .QEF-' Hilti ll A evils "lifter Ill vi? il, ful FUN 0, ' s ' ' It ll Buys tmmmmg ,mg Although not meeting with quite as much success as the teams of previous years, ir Upper Darby's natators came through with a. successful season. After a starting slump, during which they dropped two meets, the boys came back strong to win five out of the 1 .jig final six. Meets were won from Northeast Catholic, Abington, Haverford, and Camden High Schools. Northeast Catholic was taken into camp on two occasions, while Over- 1522 brook, Northeast, and Girard College turned the tables, taking one apiece by narrow margins. 1 ifii Captain Charles Gensemer showed his worth by capturing the diving event in a. wi number of meets, though he received plenty of hot competition from a teammate, Taney. L The relay quartet, composed of Bannar, Cross, McGonigal, and Clendening, was con- sistently successful. Walter Veth carried off the individua.l high scoring honors with a grand total of seventy points for the season. Veth's points were garnered in the breast- stroke and freestyle events. Anton, McAllister, Briggs, Paist, and Lenham were the other outstanding performers for the Purple and the Gold. , ,V 'Q l K Boys' SWIMMING SCHEDULE TE opp. U. D. opp. U. D. Overbrook .......... 38 21 Girard College ...... 35 31 'L 1 Northeast .......... 35 24 Haverford .......... 14 52 V Northeast Catholic... 30 36 Northeast Catholic... 28 38 I Abington ........... 26 40 Camden ,........... 21 48 f gil Pam' Our llxuidrcd Sir x,,,......1i . 5 li 1 r vf T it , - I ,h 4- ' n......: .u.. ... ..f . . ,-.- .v. ., ...... ..., . --.-.....,,.,. ........ , ,W Y ..,. ., S. ,i.1..l:,YIl . Q, :....r.. :pai --.W rg I x Q nf..-If ,mimrzpgfi 'yea :FK . M l , ...lf-W' t .. ., ,Q f- S, A . .. gl ml. W ff ' va 5 fn fa "M . 5 M we ,A A,., 4 ,QA,A -,-.....,...,. Q A. . ll s f V A 1. NE ' V fr 2' 1 il l 7 s f. . i My i l An l 1 91:1 ful-it is X: . 'v . rl .plug 'l"li Q Ml . all-1 .fiw v 'I- gnu I'l 41.5 1 M, ff? :ni '.1i'l Nfl W? we M11 .viii fl M... I., .L E yi Mi l 1 Girls' btnimming T T Although the Girls' Swimming Team did not win the championship this year, they had a very successful year and came in second. The team won the meets with Norris- town and Radnor, and took Iirst place in the triangular meet. They lost the meet with Penn Hallg however, they had the new experience of taking the trip up to Chambersburg. Dot Shepherd, captain, has been on the team since her eighth grade year, and has V L proved herself a decided asset to the team. Anna Jackson. captain-elect, is also another . able veteran. Three new members who surprised us with their ability were Crystal Gensemer, .Ioy Hooven, and Rita Moak. Harriet Frain, this year's manager, has carried out her duties most efficiently. Upper Darby can well be proud of its swimming team because it manages high scores in spite of the fact that there is no pool in the school' building. MEETS AND SCORES Opp. U. D. Opp. U. D. Norristown .. .. 37 39 Radnor ... .. 2S 29 Penn Hall .. 3015 2615 Haverford .. .. 28 23 TRIANGULAR MEETS Haverfordg Radnorg Upper Darby. U. D., 3215 H., 2915 R., ll .. .. -1 A Y L X A -...- . ...-4-. , H I Pom' Om' ll1l11ilr'mI,St':'rf1 Q-"1 ' f fb 'vii --KM , ., .., .- -. .., .. ,. q- .. ,... ..., .T ., ,, ,M , ,Y ,A M ,W Y- Y wg V4 WV - Y W in -gsffg-1..2ee14re5LJ 5:5 .... ugfasfifhluexyffsla.L-L Imh-1' -1 .51-i.1.A.1.m11.L-m III is it time wah 7 sir .s.,. 2 . I, , -H F .. .. . . . :1,..-.,, -....,...:Wl-31-. .-?:T.:...,,.......s....,................... .,,. -4 --...,.s..-.-.,..-..,....- ,..,..,-,., dl 2. I 1: Ill I ifiieil 1 IIFHV b I . I I I 1 I vi I, v lsr IAJI fl! .I gt in 5. -ll I I . it :ZITI tf,I 1.2 IUAII 'dll Vs ll wjl WI ,WVU 'HPI 'I 1 nuff -1 'I, 'ii ': Il'-1Ie fill? ,IM --.pl A , I Ili? I I ferr? r vf' H"f,:2::" II 'zz ,j 'tg i. 4,311 .5 1 ,.-,-. .H ifle Team The Rifle Team has more far-reaching connections with other high schools than any other sports team at Upper Darby High School. During the past season, Upper Darby shot matches against nineteen other teams representing nine different states. Of these, seventeen were high school teams. Upper Darby turned in a record of fourteen victories, two defeats, and one tie against these. The highlight of the season was the defeat of Episcopal Academy for the first time in four years. Another feature was the triangular match with the 103rd Engineers and 103rd Cavalry. Upper Darby defeated both teams in the prone position and the 103rd Engineers in the sitting position. The total for the season was seventeen victories, two losses, and one tie. This has been the most strenuous. most difficult, and yet most successful season in which the riiie team has engaged. Mr. Wood and Mr. Billingslea, the coaches, deserve a great deal of the credit for the continued success of the team. Puffs Um' Irllrizflrcfl liigfllf "K 'lLT1W"'l' I"W'i ' Y 3 ' I ' I'-f'1'JI 'E"fll'."ITIY"l'fII'I"fIII'T .KQ"ji' 'I"Iv'l'T.iY1'lIIIl.,.t' X l I in H 45 f"""f 1 I I I 1 I , lv 1 ..4-4. It K' I I I ll Ill I I QI if I I I 'I I .iq I I5 " li II IIIII I!! III? 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' V ill l ini X312 time 7 lift Q 11. ilu if' .5 I 3' M X Yr mi i SI' mil Mxli ill f. oil' ri li W Baseball i' Eli! , 1 With a flurry of hits by the Purple and Gold and with an abundance of errors lay' :ill j the Blue and White, Upper Darby ushered in its second baseball season under Mr. Goas 1 ' with a victory over Episcopal Academy, on March 30. f' L Seniors comprised most of the squad, with the result that, of the fifteen players ' most frequently used, twelve were from the class of '32. These regulars were: LeMaitre, . , h Greims, Wheaton, and Williams, outiieldersg Black, Gardiner, Carrol, Lombardo, Jenkins. ' 1 and Applegate, infieldersg Stoughton, Barton, and Meluney, pitchers: and Craig doing f most of the catching. Larkins, a sophomore, was used as both a. catcher and outfielder. ill? 5 Lee Wentzel served the team well as manager. E lVIr. Goas, with the able assistance of Mr. Minacci, turned out a good team, but care- ' less playing resulted in the losing of three games and the tying of one other out of the first eight played. , SCHEDULE gl, , opp. U. D. opp. U. D. if 1 . March 30 Episcopal . . . 2 9 May 3 Haverford 5:5 April 5 Lower Merion ., 4 2 May 5 Rifney Park ifg' ' April 8 Northeast ,... . . 2 6 May 10 Lower Merion ll, April 12 Norristown .... 6 6 May 12 Collingdale 125' April 15 Olney ......... 10 7 May 17 Norristown V April 19 Cheltenham . 9 3 May 19 Overbrook fy , April 22 Media ...... 2 5 May 24 Cheltenham April 26 Abington . . 9 10 May 31 Abington ,CI April 29 Radnor June 7 Haverford . rr. 3 Poor Out' IIIlllll'l'l'4f .Vino ,.... ..... -- -..Wm--.--.w,,-,-.-.---..- ...., -w-.-.-.--.--1-11-21 -2 . --Aw..--Li air' it 'ref Tw: rr "'s fizitijriijgirii .... Q .,i'i'i'z.if,s, l Tjjziq-lj-1j'j.jgL Cfifjl. .1, 'lf 1f'i"A'ff "Cu" ' " ,. H... ...W-7 111115, ""' 'M' lflfff... ,lm '21flJ.Q." I.. , 111, if lamps' Trask After the opening meet with Ridley Park was postponed on account of cold Weather, Upper Darby opened its season with Norristown and took them over 62-54. Norltistown had one outstanding star, Brown, who made 28 points for his team. Harris stood out for Upper Darby with 16 counters and was followed by Godshall with 7. Harris broke the school broad jump record in this meet. In the second contest of the season against Ambler, Upper Darby again came through, winning 71-37. Again Harris was high scorer, this time with 15 points, with Godshall again tra.iling him with 9. Thetmilers and half-milers from Upper Darby again swept all places. In the Delco Championship, the Purple and Gold came in second, two points ibehind Haverford. Bob Driscoll held his half mile title by again leading the Held in this event. McGonigal won the pole vault for the other first place credited Upper Darby. Several records have been broken or tied, even at the early date that thlis was written. McKloskey tied the record for the hurdles and Jack McGoniga.l tied the' school pole vault record. Bob Driscoll and Ted Harris broke their own records for the half mile and broad jump, respectively Godshall also broke the discus record. SCHEDULE Date Date April 8 Interclass Meet ....... Juniors May 3 Haverford Fresh April 13 Ridley Park ........ Postponed May 7 Delaware Meet April 16 Norristown ......... U. D. 62-54 May 14 Villanova Meet April 19 Ambler ............ U. D. 71-37 Ma.y 18 Episcopal 1 April 20 Soph-Junior High . .Sopr. 60-29 May 21 District Meet 1--- April 23 Delco Meet ....... U. D. second Ma.y 25 La Salle Meet ,M ' April 29 Penn Relays May 28 State Meet ' ' -' Aprii so l L-... Penn Relays June 4 Paar Our Hzmd1edTm1 Suburban Championships fi n 'Qu j,fl'Zi1,3':g, . it ti 552552, 1 A,sf:Wtn..:e.:fiie:ff:ff1,1a,gN 4,Af11 fe,-a,,, AiA og-1 wi E 1 I , o Girls' fllirack Although the girls' track team lost several members by graduation, there still remained a strong group for Coach Lawrence to work with. The veteran members of the squad, both juniors and seniors, were Captain Dot Hara, Adelaide Schrader, Marjorie Brefeton, Rena Seebode, Buddy Zimmerman, Anna Jackson, Marion Potts. Phoebe Hackett, Nina Osler, and Molly McLaughlin. The schedule consists of four meets: X May 4-Norristown .... .... H ome ' A May 13-Berwyn ......... .,..... ..... A w ay . . . . .Home May 26-Nether Providence, Media .,.....,.... Home t 1 May 19-Haverford .................. The team showed fine co-operation and entered into the various meets with a very enthusiastic spirit. The juniors are represented so well on the team that there is great , hope for next year's work. ' 1 if'- Z Page One Hundred Eleven w i i ,s,.efN.,ff'-t-are-L-ee W , ff 1 A., . ss , , t ',,f- ts. ' ? it-it 9 an ve in f :sz tl R 1 ' ," .in -M. , . -t.,.. ,,,,, ,,,,l,,,-, ,,,, ,,,,,-,,,,,w.,-,,,,,.. " ,NUM-H-Q -e..H..t....e----: ,,,,,,,,,,, W ,,,W,,,,,, V H g pp I L ill! 1 'Y . ,, , , I M17 I li ' 'E 'it vi xl i LJ.: Lf -J ei:: 2. d-MMM-b itjli tiliiz xl!! I We dig itll, l t 4 ,ft it f lit ' 1 will 1 ii!'1'tl W lv l':,!Z 3 , . ,L 5 lg E Eflbgi E ai W , 1 -it ' ' ' Q , , ! , 1511115 Zlliennus Only one letterman, Captain Jim Ritchie, returned this year, yet prospects for a if successful season are promising. The team is fortunate in having Harry Albert, state 5 X boys' champion, who is eligible for three years of competition. There is considerable ! N X strength in the remainder of the squad, toog many of the players, such as Harry Mc- I 1 ' E W Dowell, Earl Marion, Wilson Grier, Edgar MacAdam, Ken Yarnall, and Dick Gootee, saw l ' I l ' considerable service la.st season, and will probably bear the brunt of the work this year. l 'M I 1 Others on the squad who will be given a chance to show their wares are Lipman, Newell, ' N Crawford, Guiles. Fraser, Wilbur, Dolan, Hill, Neiman, and Tommy Norman. The team fl, played its first match while the seniors were in Washington and. despite the depleted 2. , condition of the squad, defeated Haverford Freshmen, 5-4. SCHEDULE E 1 U. D. Opp. U. D. opp. llllgiii April 22 HHV6l'f0l'll Frosh.. May Lansdowne 'Mi V ,UH 1 1, t April 28 Haverford ....... May Cheltenham ,wltgf ,ll- Apri129 Abington ..... .. May Radnor will, W: April 30 Atlantic City .... May Ridley Park eilgllgl Hifi May 3 Pottstown May Lower Merion May 4 Glen'Nor May Haverford lk May 6 Lansdowne s I JL 1 ,tai-it 1 l""JVS , 1 if' 5 I Z Pdllt' Claw l!lllll1VL'ff 7'1urIr'l' Q lg it t L ,,.r 2 ,,,, .i L , ,.,,,-,-.l'ZZil T.-41. I' sl 3 1 S 2' ' 'l' '2 i' E IT! ' If LQ. . Q, , 5 Z' iris' Glennie With the exception of the captain, Grace Hill, the girls' tennis squad opened its season with an entirely new group of girls. Mr. Holmes's tirst c-all for candidates was answered by seventy-two sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The application of sur-h a large group neeessitated almost immediate elimination. After all elimination was over there remained about twelve girls, six of whom were to form the team. ln the tirst matvh with Ahingt,onvHill. I,eCron. Frazer, and McKay played first, second. third. and fourth singles respectively. Stanhery and Sprenkle held the doubles position. With the eo-operation of coach, captain, and manager, the girls' tennis team expects at suceess- ful year. A few memhers from hoth junior and sophomore elasses help make the team. These people will form an good nut-lens from whim-h Mr. Holmes may t-lioese n team next year. x v sl f SCI-lElJl'LE Opp. Opp. Abington . 5 fl Radnor Norristown U 0 Ridley Park Lztnsdale Lower Merion Cheltenham Lansdale Haverford Haverford Pzlflt' Out' rfzmlirtwl' Tlv1'r'lvu11 , it r Q . 7' E 3 'Q , 'TX ' iii. E 2... III' c If' 19 1ueoak r 52- I I III In "' ,, ., I I ' Il IQ . I-Ji I :ft:'! II I II I II II I I I I I II 1 I I It I I I It I I I I I I 1 ' I . III ' I I I 3 I ?I I I I I' I 1 I I I . II I 3 I I I . 'I i I I- ,I ' II " 'Wi' " I 'Q I 'I .Q I -N I I I I' . III Fore! Straight down the fairway for a good two hundred fifty yards with the 1 ' I power of a Hagen behind it! As one of the scho0l's most interesting and least adver- I I 'I tised sports, golf has steadily grown in popularity in U. D. for the past three years. ., I Mr. McDonnell as coach has collected a group from which he selects the team by means I I of a qualifying match. The team usually plays its matches Friday and Monday after- xi noons, and practises on any convenient day. This year the governing body of the jlj I Paxon Hollow Golf Club very graciously lent the use of their course for the home II 1 matches and practice. The 1932 schedule and results are appended below. The out- I I standing men on this year's team were the five regulars: Dyki, Harmey, Huber, Sain- . I mon, and Whittaker. I I ' II I . . I Il April 11, at Llanerch-Haverford, 173 Upper Darby, 10. ISIX man teanrl In 1 April 18. at St. Dairds-Lower Merion, 1g Upper Darby, 14, I II April 25, at Lansdowne Country Club-Lansdowne. 41 Upper Darby, 11. I3 III x I I I I . II , II I If II I II II I I 'I I I I 1 II. It L.. I I Puffs Our Plnmlrud Fam-fcrfz I.. g 'i.1II1sl.l..Li 111:r'J::r5J11 L........ l 1 l11 1 1111 1 11 1" ll W1 1ll QU ll l , xl 11 1 : 1 1 :J- l 1.1 1 if t ,t,,11x,realities-'2Q,,tt ttlgtttt 1 " 1x' 1 f""'7' 1 11 ' W1 1 1 1 , 1 1a 1 11 1 i l 11,1 21 'W111 11 51115 111 i11l1fV 5 5 111111' 111 ii? 5 1 1 15 11 f 14 1111 ili'1El 5 11115 1 1 IU 11 5 P Hi I S 1 111 W Q 1 i 1 1 'Mill' I" 11'1'l 3 1 V11 1 1 1111315 1 1 1:1111 1 41111 W F1 111lg1f 31 fiillfl 12' 1 I Q 1, +1 1 1, heerleahers 6, . 1 1 Let's have a I'-P-P-E-R IJ-AVR-B-Y. 'n' three cheer leaders! Hip-Hip. Ponte on. ll N251 cheer! They deserve it if any team in the school deserves it! Louder! Ili! l 1.1 ..., . . 11 ?i' 11 Before we try that cheer agzun, let's give a brief resume of their work. Organized 121 ' officially three years ago by Mr. Kuntzleman, they have greatly improved in eifiviency fl 1 ji and gradually extended their scope until, next year, they expect to cover every major All V111 girls' and boys' sport in the school. A squad of six, two representatives from each 3 11 class, is selected each fall before the football season by M1-, Knntzleman and some ot' lgngll 5 the veterans from the candidates. Hi I T ?1 'i 1 l E11 1 Some of this YGHTYS team who deserve special mention are Wick Crider, Helen Unrr. frfjm 121 'I Bud Lenham, Jane Kepner. and Joe Williams. QQV11 F 1.11 111 ' ' O. K., now let's have that Cheer again! Hip-Hip. ITP-P-E-R D'A-R-BfY. l'I'-PER 1.11151 11' 'I DAR-BY HIGH. Cheer Leaders! Vlieer 1,eaflff1'x.' CHEI-IR LEADERS! l 11 ff 1 1 1513 li 1 ill? 351 f,! 1 1131 fl? 11 1 I gi QW 1 1 W 111 will 1 1.3 ,UF F "1 jg.,-J CZ., .. V- I rl? Pam' Om' ll1rn1f1'l'1i1"1'!'tl't'n j 15 ' If 5 L5 lt, ,WW - - ,... ,,-M-,.,..-,,- ,1--..-t..,,-e,t.r-,t--.r ...,,.t WM..- Q ,-1K"'II L. .4 I 3 fI1III1IIIIIIfJIY1'I.fIIIfIffII 'Qi I' ffij fI1l'.'iU.1"'.II.I.11l1I.1Q7. Qlf flLCL'IIl'.CI. - M , , -,.,...i..1 El' 11' M, f I :H .x .wa-.W 1F..,,. mv ,ff N-,N -V,,,.. 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Another successful year has closed in the history of our high school orchestra. it The gap left by the graduates last year has bee11 capably filled by those coming from I , the Junior High School. Co-operation is essential to form any organization, and this 3 factor was plainly shown in the splendid work of our orchestra at the Fall Musicale. ' I lil Q During the past yea.r the orchestra has visited several neighboring high schools ill 'l i an effort to make a closer contact and a better relationship between the schools. K All three sections of our orchestra were weakened by graduation, but substitutions were made to secure the desirable effect. Some of the members were fortunate enough to be selected for the All-Suburban Orchestra. This group played twice during the past year. and at both times the program was successful, due largely to the effort put forth by Mr. Haupt, our able conductor. Due to the fact that the orchestra has been increasing i11 size each year, it has been necessary for Mr. Haupt to select a small group to play for the annual operetta, This group has succeeded in doing a very fine piece of work for the "Belle of Bagdadf' l l 3 l-. Pam' One Hnmirvd Tftwrlv-mir l l U.. lm. .f , ... . ...Jill .. ' HI! ."'.,..., IIN.: :gg f""! . ...um ... ... ... rm... ', ,, ,I . -V :A ---1-I """"'- ":'::"' !.i:::1' . ---V57-, :..::::':' ,--- .-:::: : ::::::::. lllllllllll, N :itll ' vm " ' ,, -1.......,. Z:?""' , I ::::::: 1. ---...-..- -...mn-. "5 "I .. 1, """"" --- ,- - N ,,--- - -----.-,-. nu.-H... Q, ,V-.H H , rnuulu ------ --- I -----:: -v--x---.. I-H'-W., "Will .. ' """"'-' ::::::.- A -::::'--- l - ,:.., 1::::3---- mu-u-. l, ,.,.., M """"" - ----- A if ----41---A "M--'-----A--1:11 """"" ...::::1., JEEEESV' jfifff 5 ::::::::::::. ' ' Clflzrmi mtg uf 1532 W lp- Mus b ,gglgigl wwf? Ig gi s 2 . I e I 5"-Y'!'P'I1 lie ns f :gi l'g'll!: -' i 1 a Q. ji .EJ-l ' E 55?-lmil lo lhee dear Al-ma-xllla-'mer o '0 WE.Y'C1l5C our song of Fm' e, 0,- v-cs J J ,il l :2-rna!!E:11i:1- Ml!-J, Z ' :L 4- 2 mf ? H? ' ' ,C f' f K' fm l '-a F lj? i Sl ld ' a J- ,JJ El -U EJ 1 l10lL will live with- in our hearts A picture of long che:-nshecl Cla. 5- ? la ,A ' a . : oco rut br ' f il lj! lf WF' 3 5 I 42 .., o I 1 l .Bulls ..... I un uunrn nuulll n r ,uugyyll 'I . ruufu-u nun nnu w :Q . -.1 .I l "U" "' ' ..:t::" ........-- EVZIZIIZ. .!l!!l. ----r---I ......,.,.. .. -H-:Q nunullv '. U. -,mp ---'-I'-, 1-.....,... ::::'.-, :-. ---.-.- ...-mu... .lu l ,M -' - H ........,.. -,. , . -.....,:, .mn-.un w gg: ,H I annum ---. . .,. - ---.-.--.- .annum , ,,,,, -- l' Immun: ------ -- --- ': -.-.-.---, mn-uw h ,,..... 'I Q ,gnu-um --::::,- ' ,jjjj:,,A I .----.--,- me-un. W. -I -HUM., -1:--F -' ,,-,,,.,.,-, , -I---.---- nunn, ,, H 'mn' I' ..-...I ------ :' ,.-..-..--... - -- --mm ..........,...,.....o:..........., .,.:1l11.. ...,,n....Q. ,:l!!!!' .:::::Z 5 W .::::::::::::: . I . 0' 13 oooooooooooo Av 5 l J I J ff HV' ,j Upper Darby you hovepmqclc us Love Ula En-ge. and Une Qolcl 1 -1 J . fig M , , fi 1? A wg? J Q 4 1 I A ij 3 Jooofro-WL J++ b J J J W Jf XJ .Xiu H5915 helped io shqggr future iih ihe ideals you upholi X6 J J J . J . J X J J :Eg-J-3? A E -., . J 64 P P q xg j ug , o ,5 j ij F' V J n J r F- A When WW 56 H15 hflfg I Kimi Ang our in c1rf:fwQoJicJmgex- j ' gy Q 1. .z5!!a..i :g.... ! ' :E - 'Plr'-5' , :ffj I if j J f J 5 I V 1 J 'I l n n i I f 11' -it V PISFFEL -4 ggggg uf I 'xr ex-D e.wilIP i5e. you - I esgnou-Awe eqr g-,ci-Jm rg. I 5"-s f . J M J U .,.e,m'?L cK-, 'J -+ l l Page ow H 1f,1f if N-wfy-fly,-W ! ' KN ,.,,. l1'1 .,,,,.U,,v .md .HI ww ,Wu mm "H" H-1" H" mv... 1 V 1 L I 1 Y w Q 1 I I : if 1' 'v 45" . ' W ,f .i ' ' i . U 2 ii lu Il w mil ML Ti iii, ' !f'i! Fm! yew nf E i... +- . W, ,Q l l Q Pugv Om' IfllI14I'I'l'ti Tweizty-fnzlf' -1- I- ll I X W W W W W W W V W W .W l it The Bunce Qlibap BY EDWARD PEPLE CAST 1 1 -ui 1-WW'W"'::::" 'W:WEIfWWWWW"'W" 1' "W" '::W - 'W. ' 'q::q:::: -zzz 1 .- u :Wh JE1kWWWWWWWW 3? 212-- MDW .. ..l. .. W 1 M QWWWWWW. cis::fQ5iQ2::::? V, E . rv Marcus Runion . . Truckman ...... Phoebe Puckers .. William Peyton .. Jack Rodney ..... Mrs. Arrington .. Ballington ...... Fritz ........ Yadder ......... Edgar Price, Clarence Carroll Herbert Tindall ..Dorothy Hara Wickliffe Crider James MacLane .Jean MacDonald Cha.rles Garland, George Guiles Charles Douglas, Reid Scull .. . .Nelson Kershaw, Theodore Seiver . . .Naomi Gibson Alice Travers ............... . ...... . Claudia Cas a childl ....... .... . Evelyn Buchanan Claudia ftwo years laterl ............ Mary Ja.ne Sprenkle Claudia iten years laterj ................., Mary Marshall Aer I--Scene Scene Aer II-Scene Scene SYNOPSIS 1. Peyton's Studio. 2. Same. One hour la.ter. 1. Same. Two years later. 2. Same. Four days later. ACT III-Living room of William Peyt0n's Apartments. William Peyton, a young American sculptor, has come to England to make his fortune. At first, success seems to be far away from him, and it is necessary that he live in fairly mean quarters with his servant, Runion. A former model of his, a Mrs. Arrington, comes to him in a very wretched condir tion and beseeches him to care for her six-year-old daughter. After the death of the unfortunate Mrs. Arrington, the little girl, Claudia, comes to live with Mr. Peyton. Everyone in the studio building takes an interest in the bringing-up of Claudia.. Even Puckers, the unkempt maid of the entire studio building, adds a comic touch now and then to make Claudia's life cheerful. Two years pass, and Mr. Peyton is well on the way to prosperity. It is Christmas time when Alice, Mr. Peyton's fiancee, comes to visit him. She has remained in America until this time. His joy at her coming is inexpressible, but when she sees the tllial affection that he has for his daughter, jealousy immediately drives out almost all of the love that she had ever had for him. He has to choose between her and Claudia. He chooses Claudia. The evening before Christmas the artists of the studio, Ballington, Fritz, and Yadder, gather in Peyton's room to decorate Claudia's Christmas tree. It is also on Christmas Eve when Mr. Peyton receives his ring from Alice-the gift that breaks all connection between the two. Ten years elapse, and Mr. Peyton becomes one of the most famous sculptors in England. With the progress of his molding clay, Claudia is being molded into a woman. Once again Alice returns to the studio, but in a different state. She is in mourning for her late husba.nd, Mr. Helmer. She comes to ask forgiveness from Mr. Peyton and to regain his former love for her. This time William Peyton does not receive her so warmly. His iilial love for his adopted daughter has turned into another kind of affection. When Jack Rodney asks Claudia for her hand in marriage, she refusesg and it is poor, unhappy Jack who brings the two into an everlasting union. Page One Hundred Twentyefive .aa - l'z1,r!1'0l1rllzflrfiwfl 7111 IIN x1'1' . K. Eff E .V . ..,,A.- if pq-1 ,. I HAM! Es' in 5 'QM 5 .ffl g.....'5 +112 1' 0 f!'E.i ME., 1 Hi? W: Ulm 1' if JH! 5542! , , Ie 1 s :Ni ARES ,EXW V!! M 'H iiff. Wg liiij ful Zi ix Hglgl 'SWS fiiif ,HJ 'TW V123 If mf QHQE nfif 12521 'QM lm wa! Tag! "li .Mg -445 Eff! 1 I 1 M Ma! is "1 4 ,ji Ig! Mug 1 -..7-gf .,. .1 ru I Nvl""f if.. .1 y , .. -Fit 5"::'-H :: 'f'::::::.3' . up - 1' 'EEEEE at "'ii'f"' 1555 ' 45255252 f . seas "1 -1555555 255222 ' ,,.. 3525? . ..... .., . .gifs :Wifi .,, ..,' ' Bag QB'1H+Ip itaeart - gui, BY J. HARTLEY MANNERS ,, - SENIOR PLAY ' 'tOh, theres nothing half so sweet in life ' . H , As Love's young dream." CAST . Mrs. Chichester .... .............. A da Louise Layman , Jarvis ........... ..... C larence Carroll, Fred Ainge I ' Ethel ............ ..... E loise Kirk, Janet Seyfert l Alaric ............ ........... F rancis Woodroffe I Christian Brent ..... ............. A lfred Curry Peg .......... ..... . . . ......... Marjorie Brereton Montgomery Hawkes ............... Arthur Nodine Bennett ........ . .............. Helen Carr, Helen Hannan Jerry ................................... Wickliffe Crider Directed by Katherine E. Griffin The Scenes of the Comedy Ac'r I-The Coming of Peg. ACT II-The Rebellion of Peg. Ac'r III-Peg 0' My Heart. - The entire action of the comedy passes in the living room of Regal Villa, Mrs. Chichester's house in Scarborough, England, in early summer. . SYNOPSIS The aristocratic Chichester family faces ruin because of the failure of their bank. In the midst of their financial difllculty, Hawkes, the lawyer, presents an admirable solution. He explains that Mrs. Chichester's rich brother has just died, and in his will he has provided for Peg 0'Conne1l, the daughter of a sister whom he had disinherited. With Peg would come 21,000 which the Chichester-s could use in their present distress, so the Chichesters agree to the terms of the will. At this point Peg and Michael, her dog, break into the calm of the Chichester household. Upon her arrival Peg is sent to her room immediately, but in spite of Mrs. Chiches- ter's precautions, she meets Jerry, a college friend of Alaric, who, realizing her true worth, persuades 'her to remain withthe Chichesters for one month. A month later, a very changed Peg, in outward appearance only, receives an invita- tion from Jerry to go to a dance. , Mrs. Chichester .refuses to give her permission: so, after thevothers are in bed, Peg slips away with Jerry. Returning home late that night, she discovers Ethel about to run away with Brent, a philanderer, who is deserting his wife and child for, her. Peg persuades her to give him up, when they finally retire, they are accidentally discovered, and to protect Ethel, Peg takes all the blame. , The following morning Peg rejects two offers of marriage: to Alaric and to Hawkes. Finally Jerry, who is also the chief executor of the estate, arrives and informs Peg of the conditions of the will. When she learns that it is her money that has kept the Chichesters from ruin, Peg resolves to stay. However, Jerry tells her, that because the Chichesters' bank has reopened, this money is no longer necessaryg so she prepares to leave. Jerry begs her to marry him, but she rebukes him with her Irish tongue and bids him a reluctant good-bye. As she goes out the door a thunder storm breaks and she rushes back into the house Page One Hundred Tdenti ,re cn l into Jerry's arms. Jerry comforts her, and "Love's young dream" comes true. in' 5.3. ,. .H gg' H I I I1 Il .,' ml. nm. H ,..H.....,. - H 1 v--U '!71...... .I vu'-'wg' . ...... ... .... H' "Il H ... . , zz-. . . .... . ,H , U t....... . ....- --.. .. .- 'ummm . ., . IIHHH '-"'j ' :Zu --.-- -1 -.-.-. ,, ........... u. ,, .. I 1 ......... :::::,,- -U ,lu --.-. ..-.-.--., ......-t... .. -f nn... ,,,,,,, 3- .---- 1:23, .--. .... .. umm.. ,, H ,gg Arn ....... ------ :. --..- f ' "' """" """"'- .- ls ,:!::!" "':Z3 4- ,,,, . :::: --..- l ramus QEIuh 4 "THE BELLE OF BAGDAD" 1 4 A Persian Operetta 55:53 , llthllb- THE CAST !""' Un Order of Their Appearancel Mrs. J. Horace McCann fAmerican Consull ....... Margaret A. Crowe, Elsa McCann CHer Daughterl ............... ..... D orothy E. Guiles, Anne Blackwell QA Friend of Elsa'sJ ...... .l .... Dorothy J. Martin, Archie Fitzgibbons fFrom Londonl .... ..... D avid S. Marshall, Zerlinda QA Dancerj .................... ...... M ary S. 0'Connell 32 32 32 34 , 33 QDa.ughters of the Caliphl ......... 4 Gggiiglig glxghg' .gg 33 32 32 32 33 32 9 1 r 3 v Ali Ben Mustapha iPrefect of Policel ............ Frazer T. Shortlidge, ' Hassan El Carib iCaliph of Bagdadl ................. Edgar N. Price, ' Jewel fThe Belle of Bagdad--His favorite daughterl . .Jane C. Pflieger, ' Bob Ballentine.. . J. Stewart Sullivan, Bill Blake ....... K' fmrplane MeChaHiCSl--1- Morton L. Charleston, ' 9 Henrietta Whipstitch fRomantic Spinsterj .......... Dorothy H. Hara, iSaturday Nighty Henrietta Whipstitch fRomantic Spinsterj ..... Grace E. Demetriades, 32 iFriday Nighty . L. Dick Taylor fFrom Super-Supreme Film Co.l ....... Walter M. Tryon, '33- AMERICAN GIRLS-'32, Grace Church, Marion Watt, -'33, Lilian Phillips, '34, Jane Eiker, Betty Kinzle, Beatrice Mosley, Ruth Page, Christine Pratt, Jean Troxell, Florence Whitely. PERSIAN.GIRLS-'32, Marion Aff, Daisy Dash, Mary Marshall, Jesse Ross, Charlotte Schmidt, '33, Dorothy Clevell, Florence Paist, Bessie Woodsg '34, Josephine Garfield, Hannah Himmelsbach, Joy Hooven, Dorothy McConnell, Grace Millis. DANCERS-'32, Eleanor Breneman, Ethel May Davis, Louise Farlow, Marjorie Schilling, '33, Thelma Burris, Peggy Cox, Dorothy Cum- miskey, Betty Faires, Ruth LeCron. NATIVE GUARDS AND MARINES-'32, William Clark, Harry Koch, Ernest Nicholls, Ralph Meluney, Arthur Gefvertg '33, Joseph Casalan, Lee Kinkade, Richard Nicholas, Thomas Voshell, Curtis Hiteg '34, Wayne Frazer, Joseph Shortlidge, Arthur Burns. ETHIOPIAN SLAVES-'33, Samuel Talley, '34, Gordon Houser. ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL DAVID D. M. I-IAUPT, Uondwctor VIOLINS-Clarence Carroll, '32, Concertmeisterg '32, Athalia Marsh, James Solo , Ken- neth Wilson, Herbert Myers, '33, Mildred Bitterlick, Margaret Ford, Frederickpl-Iogeg '34, Carl Knopf, Ludwig Yakimoff. VIOLA-'32, Eleanor Tagert, Nathaniel Wollman. CELLO-'32, Phyllis Coggin, '33, Robert Robinson. BASS-'32, William Torello. LIBRARIAN-'33, Viola Cipolla. FLUTE-'32, Harry McDowell. CLARINET-'33, Marcel Cailliet. TRUMPETS-'32, Edward Van Leer: '33, George Keating. PERCUSSION-'33, Bernard Palmer, David Tabor. PIANISTS-'32, Margaret Smith, Josephine Wilson. i 4-E E ' Page One Hundred Twenty-eiglzt , . ti. 1 i 1 i l il i, ... W0 ' ' ' , l W.. -' 5 .i1.-w""a M- -m,..,. 1 ....... . .f ' Q.-'J .ctw . f'Qi'Sy,e ' 1? fr! if ' X. ,Og , 'ffl 'lyk ,, ,-...ff 'Q' , 1 , . ag Y, L :5 M.,-H 1, 5. - Ji' JI ""'a.,,l j, 1. ' this Q 9' hfii. Q iw, "3+ssQ,: Q, 15-J 5-Q., ' f 'eg iq V 1 , J- ,w,...,.....,,.. keg: Q, .-. .- . i.. l 1 . ..A. M-.,......-.1,.-.-I--T----!,,.. .J iw" fl M ii 2' .gli .mc Elini? iiifyiil llii 5, i iii ii ii in 5 , if HH r l , i sl pull gnih WSH? . iiilliai 'n' Ili i J' 1 I til mi, iilliiii Wifi' imilii . 1 v 1 ggvlz , 1 3 I-vslil! 'IQ . 'ai iii t l ' ll il Yugi . sifill! 1 S 1 'fi gl! . ulijfg 4 agus t t.I i Mil .i iilil A ll lil . ' l f lei! 1 Ii ' 1 1, liz: si 1, 'l Q ,lil giliils . ' ' NN l l lil url. . .lugs :iw , Iv, , W l Whit! 'M ifil L3 'g Bramus Klub-Qlluntmueh gm! . ,1 , Y SYNOPSIS ,ESM M I Ac-'r I---Market Place of BagdadwPersia. A Ac'r II-Ca1if's Palace. lgj ', The plot of the story is centered about the Search for a medallion worn by a Persian QI, " girl in a news reel film. Dick, the representative of the Super-Supreme Film Company, 2s T ll ' arrives in Bagdad in Search of the girl who wore this medallion, for she was so beautiful j ' lg X Q, that the screen company wished to use her in the movies. At this same time, the new .V Pj ' American Consul to Bagdad arrives with Elsa, her daughter, and Ann Blackwell. her , X da.ughter's friend. By coincidence Elsa and Ann have met Bill and Bob. Dick's two if assistants, before, and here they renew their roma.nce. Archie, a monocled Englishman, has fied to Bagdad to escape the clutches of an old romantic spinster, Henrietta Whip- ' , stitch, who has pursued him thereg and she, after mistaking every other male in Bagdad ' if for'Archie, whom she calls "Hennery," finally captures him again. only to lose him to My-iii lj " the pretty dancer, Zelinda-but Henrietta finds consolation in accepting the heart and W if" ' hand of Ali, the Chief of Police. Mrs. McCann helps Archie out of a bad scrape with . 131 ' Hassan, the Ruler of Bagdad. the medallion is found to belong to Jewel. the fairest and I youngest of Hassan'S daughters, and the operetta ends merrily as Dick. who has in the 'E meanwhile fallen in love with and won Jewel. takes her hand and declares he is "going Q I f' 1 to ring the belle right now!" ai X 'fl mit l" . Lfwf" ff" 'X' 5-'fair' f--,"' is Ilflflf Our fllrmlrrfl' TTC'L'lIf.i'-Illvllt Q 4 'lf i 1 al S 3 f' . . , cfffz '7 wg' '1 3, ,g.g .fry ::,:5st::va51Iu:xigx E? .J. 4 :,,'u. F .izfw Z s Mx j 66365 Q if . l P f-. . gE,Z ,xxx if AMW - p 1 -f- H" ... .... . --an. .awifnvm-nu-Q E 2 im tl fi-?i 2.244 5, 5435 E iff' e ., 1 1., H arxtgi .Lu.L4.p iii li lil 'Q Mi! -I ,. .'.,4 .vm V15 .,. wi. .,- 1 1 1 ,M gifi' 'el .1 Ali -.. - 1 .H ' . l I ' 1 .iv '4 33313, ifiiiilg 5121151 Vili 1 f will 1 72334 ., 3,4 Eiga 35311 gli M il 9 Qllbnral Qliluh HE CHORAL CLUB is composed of both the boys' group and the girls' group, numbering as a Whole about 290 students. With Hugh Young as President, Alfred Cox as Vice-President, Dorothy Guiles as Secretary, Louis Hoover as Treasurer, and Mr. Dengler as advisor, the club has presented many successful programs this year. This year assem- bly programs were exchanged with The Home for Incurables, The Over- brook School for the Blind, the Girls'-High School of Philadelphia, Lower Merion, Swarthmore, Haverford, and Radnor. When the "Seven Last Words of Christ", a sacred oratorio by DuBois, was presented in the Junior High School on March 19, 1932, the Choral Club, accompanied by 7 ii a professional orchestra, gave a splendid performance. The Suburban S Musical on May 13, 1932, when Upper Darby sang in conjunction with l Lower Merion, Lansdowne, and Radnor, was just as successful. 1 1, . liz? Pflfll' One Ilundreu' Tfrirfy I I .G-, 5 4 r 1 1 .,5 ,,'. 2 vi. '1....l , 5 .d. f,i.!f....:..l.-f ,hL,.Js. 4 fzliboral Qtluh-fuiuntinueh A unique feature introduced this year was the creation of an "A" Chorus composed of all those pupils who had received two A's on their cards for the first half of the school year. It was this chorus which gave many of our exchange programs. Another feature was the participation of girls' trios and boys' quartets in the Purple and Gold contests. All those pupils who were taking chorus as a minor subject were auto- matically enrolled as members of the Upper Darby Choral Club, and if they failed to be present at its infrequent meetings, their grades suffered. This is the first year in which Upper Darby ha.s had the privilege of listing among its originations a "full-fledged" Choral Club. Our Choral Club of 1932 will be the nucleus around which all of Mr. Dengler's hopes- when they do come true-will center. Pam' Om' Iluudrvd Thirty- .'5 -1 f l . 1 . I 1 l . 1 . in rr if-ff""T..,bc,fTNf'f'fw 'X ir li ri it il' - 9 A ,ff .f . . .1 ,R .. , T it is , an Mfr., R fy , r , 1, , A ,tk V , A, till ff' 5 if if f-if it t T v a T Qlbl ---f'd- - . - .. -Mu ,. .. ..,,f ....o,, ,., MM., , .,,, , ...,..,. ,. . pile. ,,,,,,c, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,-LM 1 . . , H.-. H, ......,.....,.-.. . .-.Y ,..-.....,.,s-, Q23 igfig - ivilii, Eileif T lilsxfifq: A lui l IQWI fill t 'igfiuii in y E . Ji ' 5 li il ii "lf: P illlfw All VT'-EE liiilfl wi-V1 2,1 515.12 Mill' in S will . 1, E 1 lg ills ljlw if Hz 3 ll! ii ll lil! iii Mg ll iiliiw Exim Plhigl :,i 5 mlm :xiii it Q I mylar ii! al 'ills l Mir! is . Qiiliif 1 Q wi-he I l iii! ll .E rliiili if l -: N Q I f 1' lglieal . ' iff, l 2514? V r W 2 E l 51211 L il? Q l girly el K KU?" U i lil 235 5 an 3 if ul iftiiil ! i Wifi? The Band continued to be one of the high lights of the football games this year and held its head high against the keen competition of Lower Merion and Haverford. ji' 3 Its snappy marching and quick forming of the initial letters of the various schools made ' ii Elf, it stand out as an active organization and one that was willing to improve. ii Ll ' 'T f EV I it It proved to be the innovation of the fall musical and was, in fact, such a success 1 l ilflfi that when spring came around Mr. Dotti was requested from all sides to give a band Vi? l :lm concert. The concert was finally arranged and given early in the spring. It was a huge N El" 'E success and the auditorium was well filled with an appreciative audience. Mr. Dotti j Wig JI.-Q 1 , , , ei 1 ' El, Q' ' hopes to make it an annual affair. 3 ill' 5 .:.lfl . . ' IW Egg Many local clubs and organizations, as well as numerous schools, requested the band Il llfidl to play for them. They were never disappointed, as the band always turned out and I Q, ,y 'im i gave them a first-class concert. Through these little concerts the band has built up a E ill ' , 1 l lifts reputation as a fine organization and an asset to the community, which turns to lt yi ly i whenever the need arises. I .. I Z E! lx.. The band not only played the usual marches extremely well this year, but they N ity played- a good deal of classical music, which was really difiicult. Although twenty-two 5 Nl gy of its members graduate this year, the band should have little trouble in continuing its Q My fine record next year. Q fllgii s 15611 f 'l ,iii ,Alia ' Payc Our' Hzmdrcfi Tlrirty-tzco leg Q31 i .43 ' W 7 AM I--Q-ML: 2 Q - SY gl ' isliif. 1 lxuxusvzdnmfnnasmsssmxlmnan naar- ' K 4 t 1 fl ' J i Ax i931 W f :El I -sl! 'i , ' l 1 1 T ji "WT . ,lj , .w,l :Wi l'l4 it 1 ...il . 'r ii "H 4 'a l Vi! ,,.i! ,,,' , , iii? , l viii iii! . 'iii . .4 lfilii 3 ll rlnlgg, , e +I,- Q will 1 'i li il l 'il I'1 ll 1. ,li l The Qwrn gill cfs! Under the competent leadership of Miss Mallon, adviser, a.nd Nathaniel Wollman, editor, the Acorn has steadily forged ahead in school journalistic fields u11til, this year, .M l it placed as a medalist, which is above first place, in tl1e Columbia University Scholastic 7 iw 1 Press Association contest. 'ii ! lit: X 3' Reporting the news, preserving the life of the school in print, reflecting the spirit l ' l C1 of the school in its editorials, seeking and presenting the humor of the school. and 'gil ,elif recording sport happenings in professional style, this publication has lived up to its . 'lily it , , - - vv I. W motto of Glow and Gain and Give. 'jx . iillel It has grown in the estimation of the school, gained in journalistic prowess. and given its hearty support to Upper Darby and its ideals. The Acorn placed second in ,YQ the state contest of the Pennsylvania. Schola.stic Press"Associ'a'ti3oif, but was judged Hifi' medalist in the national affair. ' ' "WW ' " MMI '., I P f + 9 The Acorn, since it is a weekly publication, requires the services of its staff from viii September to June, a year-long undertaking made possible through the co-operation of ihiii' the school and the student body with the staff. iffrfi :lvl 1 , I Wi In expressing the thoughts of the student body, the faculty. and the school district, iii 1 il! .Q . . ll EM-5 the Acorn truly reflects the Spirit of Upper Darby High. l,' ,I l 1 wel 5 - - ..,. I L is E I P11140 Out' H1um'r'ed Tfllvff-X'-f1l7'?G 5 T 'i 1 I 1 ij P . u::143-..---..,,.,..-.-,,..Q..-.-.W ..,.. -..-... ..., -. --sk..-.--.--..,,, .. . , W-, , , ,TIZfiQ'LCg5 .l:.:L.!lQl.QII1TQ.ll3IELITIJLZQLJL 1,l..ilI Ili! , e 2' 'WH .12 11351257111 -.,.,.., ,,.. .K N. ,,,..,,.,.,,, ,. , ,, , . ,,.,,,..,-,. . .,',, 1.I,ff'f'f.'lI117'lfIIg'fIf,if1'I. "1fIQQ'f,I2, "'f,,'f1'1'QQ1 "f'f"',f , W' ""1'j-Y-mu,-,flg 4 f-JN , - 6' ' 1 v V r v 1 i - V f ' I I r v 1 iq, ., 1 Y. A ' ' I' f , i ?"i'wh,"'-- ..,,, K Mauve fiia. '99 ay ei Weil A In A V . ..,...-. .. ?,,,,,,,g mm ...zt....L., F X' 3 1 ig if s if P 4 fl f tt' K? 1-55' M-if ei'-5 535' :E is ihitfria 134 i f 5 ik wwf- ' A ' I E21 EE TV - i S it x .I ,I 1: ! . 4 L' ,Ill i -if fi - 1 ' 1 Y z he Uklmf ab l Fifteen years of untiring service. Many radical changes have been made, both in V1 the school and the magazine, since the Upfll-Dah was known as the U. D. H. S., but the magazine has weathered them and settled down to its purpose of reiiecting "certain phases of the life of the school-the creative work in art and writing of the students: the humor to be found in and out of the classroomsg the recognized leadership of those T! who are honored with 'Fideles'." Oilicial outside recognition of the magazine's merit was made when the Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the Upi-Dah a second place in its class this winter. , -xl However, the magazine will never become stereotyped while Miss Gaukrodger is I , advisor. Always ready to help put over a new idea which bids fair to improve the pub- 1 1 lication, or make it more popular with the students, Miss Gaukrodger has been success- ,fi Q 1 fully superintending the staff for the past three years. This year, especial credit must Wi 5 be given to Adelaide Nelson for editorial and composition work, culminating in making 'zfj 5: Q the Upfi-Dah a prize-winner. 1 2 L iii , I M1 ,YUM ,Hgh ,UUL .gb -4'-is QQYV' Page One Hundred Tl1iv'ty-four' 95, 1 I 1 W , W . ..,., , , -, . W., ,. , V .,.........W-.-..--M-.4--d!--L-4 33jjj,,j"' 4. 1 - 1. 5 , R 55.3.1 J KC, Qffi Lal fl. .W A if" is Q I i 1: if QQ ,,. ..,.. I I l r l V 4, lliifii VW? Hilti. - if Ghz Bak The Senior Record number this year adds the third leaf to our Oak. The Oak represents the work of almost the entire senior year. We have maintained the policy of last year's class by continuing the biographies, and there is a complete resume of all the most important events of our class. With the work of an enthusiastic editor, an interested advisor, a.nd a co-operative staff, we have, we think, again produced an Oak which we all shall look upon as a faithful record of the best four years of our lives. A number of innovations have been made in this year's book. The two-color printing and the album in the back are the most notable features. Page One Hundred Tlr1'r'ty-fire f E if 'L .f1. W E421 LLL' in ii ll 4 1 is M.fi,R.H-V-is .1 Wg 1.1--l Y iii.. "X""'A 4 "" Eyes 7 I t , an iii' ii! .1 1 ,1. 1? ,11 1 ff 1 ' . 1' g .-..,.... . ii .V I 1 1 V: 141 1 :flirt l 1 1 J 1 1 J 31 3 1 I 1 KV1 !' E 1 1 1' l 1 l ' . 1 I 1 ' 'I 111, , ' S 'l t , tuhent uunu xl it The legislative department of the student government, better known as the Student X '. Council, has completed its second year of work. ,' 5 I Last year's Council, the first in Upper Darby's history, accomplished much in j making the school a better place in which to work and play. This year's Council has ,I followed in its footsteps. 'I The first large piece of work attempted by the Council was necessitated by the fact it! that many students could not take part in all the activities in which they were inter- 11 ested because meetings of various organizations were scheduled at the same time. To I correct this condition, a schedule was worked out which called for the meetings of A organizations with interlocking memberships on different days. t A second accomplishment was the extension of the color contests to non-athletic , fields. Typing, music, public speaking, and drill team contests have been added and have given students with less athletic ability a chance to compete and earn points for itil their respective teams. 132. An "all suburban" student council dinner and conference, sponsored by the group, Q was hailed as a success by all of the seventeen schools which attended. As an outgrowth 1 of this meeting, steps have been taken to form a permanent "all suburban" organization, V, which will undoubtedly serve to solve many mutual problems and promote a better ,I inter-school spirit. ,l ji, Robert Driscoll, Henry Godshall, and Betty Grewe served as officers during the year ,L ,L Q 1 Q--ii. L.- as president, vice-president, and secretary, respectively. Page Out' Humircd T11i1't3'-sir EI E 1 1 B X., lil Q 1 it . f Ll.-nwff I., i .uf i il VI if xx 1, - f Il. 525. ,mir stil! ,Ani wifi ,wif ,,,,. ,M-1. ,S-Qi 'Ili 3: yi. i .ru ill' "vii 1 'full ' ',i wills Hfifl ,515 I Wi? Mi ., .N sq 1211! ,ull El' 'Nl l V17 :ll fy' llifl 2 xr' if ,lil will iflll ill.: lil ii I , W ,l , ll, I' J f' - J ii 'Q W at 'h 1 rn una me Supplementing the Student Council and Board of Monitors. the Tribunal, composed of two boys and two girls from each class. has again this year fulfilled its duty of pun- ishing any infraction of rules. jj! The officers for the first semester were Robert Driscoll. president: Richard Bond. Mg vice-presidentg Nellie Sand, secretary. Those for the second semester were Kenneth Gardiner, presidentg Robert Allen, vice-president: Phoebe Hackett, secretary. fig The Tribunal this year started a new system of punishment. After deliberation of each case, it meted out a punishment bearing some relationship to the offence. This dill new method has proved very satisfactory. The Tribunal has met on illl average of twice weekly and there were a comparatively f small number of cases tried. 15,5 iw 'I it 'al .iul NH 'Hi ,qllii 11211 ' Ii iiglag V Pagv Ono H1lm'lr'f'ii Tf11'1'fy-.vervfi A-'vii :P ii fil I5 , iii all S lv 7 J L "ff P., H- ,,,, W ,,,,, ,Q VU, E,-,.,,,,,,-..,,,.,,,i ,.,, - .,.., ., -,- .,,. ,V.,,..!.H, ..,.,, - , Y , .t kin.. V K fb W- 1- if-:Tl :ill """"V"A",EI,7 L .fiff '11Q"I1S.'.1if-,H'.i ,Y fjiflfllfri E." :I lm 1 "ET L Q. -, .1 ' ' ' ' 1 l , H i Y f 1' fffamtgaggeg fl . . ll p19 ll . Lui lip l l Nfl, M' H iif f ,. F 2 fl . l 1 . u lim. I, 'll Q fzl - HM Q lg it 21 'Eu a' lull v :iff 5 ,wie lfixfll ' l 1. 7. liiiils f l . f, l '13 lr! - I Milf ll ,rig , . 5 ll. beams jlillnmturs f 1 gy Ii Since their organization in the school year 1922-1923, the monitors have steadily grown in importance as a unit in student government, in spite of the fact that they have glljlj always had a. good bit to overcome. in a I N i MN: Each yea.r has seen a change in the progress and scope of their work. This year the change has been very decidedly in the attitude of the school toward the monitori and of the monitor toward his duty. His work has been less conspicuous and more 5 T W ' efficient. The fact that a better type of monitor has been elected is either a cause or a v' Y result of this attitude. .wi Under the leadership of Kenneth Gardiner, William Craig, and Frank Montgomery ME as presidents, and of Betty Grewe, Addis Ziegler, Florence Englehorn, Harry McDowell, 1 Betty Doernbach, and Joseph Williams as chairmen, thirty-two seniors have served the . - I Q 2' school in the capacity of monitors this year. P l L sl ig. 1 all s'. ,ll .3 . sr 9 if 5 'Il l m L , lily l . , .x.. l 1 Page Om' Hundred Tliirty-ciglzt lvl D 1 d '5,,--e'-- ' V ! L P V, IU. WV Vw . I K i ,1. if .g. r 4--'!J,,,f ,jf ,. ,ZZ I N VXXKQ ! llltf N- at J T - Q itll' A , KX T gy K 2 ll fa In Q' f l ' i L V T 1 l " ' r '1 Ii L'i I'Ib L ' . 'ig E T N L 'l !e1 fi , Erllifl M ijt, is .glfsf ta at 'iii l, f! 11 Milf! i . Wai , i ' X T F- . 5 Ealltfw l if' 1 Nl i Mil P Il l 'l E UF .N E A V X A ,. .L,A S , M5 gi ' Ming ehatin Zllleam W lf E fiofi I My This year, for the first time in Upper Darby history, the debating teams have been lriiiif composed of members of all three classes. Mr. Boyd feels that, besides unearthing new talent, training juniors and sophomores on this year's team will prepare them for the M ,fi responsibility of next season's work. Another innovation has been debating before the ,li ill", public. Altogether, four debates have been successfully delivered before suburban ii 45, yll, j - - !z' ,Im organizations. l i - ,Nl liwf Special praise should be given to Grace Hill, captain of the negative team, whose Q2,i'1, Ming' popular appeal has been exceptionally great, and to the captain of the affirmative, Q L51 , James Morrow, who has been unanimously called one of the best deba.ters in high school 4 Hg! ranks by judges of debates in the Suburban .League ,319 The teams which debated on the question, "Resolved, That Pennsylvania should llllfii mg, enact legislation providing for unemployment insurance," were composed of the fol- MW, tgp lowing: ,yi Negative Aptrmiamfe elif., "lf Adelaide Nelson Senior Rhoda Weitzenfeld, Junior hllfif l I.. . . ll -. giif Leo Avondoglio, Junior Theodore Seiver, Senior will My Mary Elizabeth Engle, Senior Kathleen Harris, Sophomore ,JM Grace Hill, Senior, Captain James Morrow, Senior, Captain MESH, ,Ly Q' ll: gQlg!i The question, "Resolved, That American colleges and universities would be justified i'g,'i1 in abolishing athletic scholarships," was debated once by the following teams: ' nl ffl? 3 Nega-tive Apirmatizve 1 Betty Doernbach, Senior Norman Scurria, Sophomore I David Crawford, Sophomore Howard Lorraine, Junior 1 D, Joyce Knoedler, Sophomore Kathleen Harris, Sophomore, Captain Beulah Hutt, Junior, Captain Dorothy Mohan, Sophomore Page One Hundred Thirty-nine t III I I yyp 4 I 1 thi? i, H JM- W,,?:M .. ,. .... ...... , A,... . I A,., 3- .... ..., , . f- f f- f I PIII' III jp II fi IIIIIII lIII..gI, Lai II! IIIIII IIII II'- III III I III II, II III 1 III, I I I. II I I II I III IIII I I II II I2 I II I I I I I . II III I I I I I I III III xl II I I I IQI II III II' I I III I I I I I .It I I""' If :I li I I I I . I I IIIUI I I I pping Ulieam The typing team, this year under the leadership of Mr. Forsgard, started its contests in November. All the schools in Delaware County were invited to compete, but only Collingdale and Ridley Park accepted. Two contests were arranged with each school. The highest average of the team was fifty-eight word.s per minute. Lenore Blessing I made the highest individual score for Upper Darby with sixty-eight words per minute. A team of five members was chosen to represent each school and a. fifteen minute, typing test was given. The average speed per minute of each team represents the score of that team. There is no regular team, as a different team is chosen for each contest by an elimination test given previous to the contest. I Awa.rds are being given to the members of the team for performance and faithful service. A pin symbolic of typing has been selected for the purpose. I He.. .2 l'OVI'III!1IlfI"ff Fr ' ' IIISI-I IU 11121 I-ICISIHIHIDIIIQI-ll I ISIS-QIII ll'l1lll1l1lSlllllllIl III I Pug. L L HU Iii g gg I v ':. -1 , Y 4 11 ,, ., ,, : , -3 - 41-N A . . r., ' , ' L+ ? 1 I , 5 , . 4 ' v .- 5. W , 1 , ' , 1 4 E sf' 5 5 M., ' w g : . 1 1 , .3 , 5 1 ' , , 4 ' ' K .4 -5 9 ' Q f, '4 ix i , 1 ul' . 6 -., 1 1 I 4' Ai ji Q . r J . 1 5 A Q , ' fx 'Y I ' ' 5 Nlmni U. 'Q 1 ' 5 L I -, . , fx HJ 5 1 I 314115523-lf. I'l.'H'l.Ri4Jl?K4' ,lCW.iw2IPS'B'lt milf J 413 BHLMNLIY. n'E2f':"KI HHH! RHI? SlFlZli.I8!1iilT-lllkrii BEf lEi my 111 -- gzzazms- f 'Nz"'i"W-X ,lf ff' S' 11 1 11' 1 11,1 ' .11111 1'11' 1111 111'11 1 11 1.1.11 1111111 11 1 111'1 11111 1,1111 1111 111111 11,111 1 11 1'11- 111' 11'11 1,1111 1111,. 111 1 1 1-11 1 .11 1.. 1.1111' 11111 1. 111 11 111. 11 111 1111 11'1 l'1 1.1.1 1,1 1 1 1 1111' 1111 111'1 111.1 11 1 11111 11 111 ' 1' 1 11. I 11 1 11 1 1115. 111 1 1 11 1 11 1 I 1 ,11 1,1 11 1. 1 I", 1 11' 111 1 11' N Qt' . jzqti 1.0.1, M. 111 f Qlgetrarna Ctlluh Several young men of the Class of 1930 were vitally interested in mathematical subjects. They wished to apply their technical knowledge to some practical use in some sort of extra-curricular work. They decided to form a club with Miss Bock as advisor. She accepted that position and has been advisor for the three years of the club's existence. The organizing group contained some students interested in each of the different mathematical branches, so a name which included everything the club stood for had to be made. The first two letters of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, arithmetic. and calculus were used to make up the composite name which for so long puzzled teachers reading the morning announcements. This spring the club put its knowledge to practical use by measuring the heights and lengths of various parts of the school by using a transit. The transit, which was made by Donald McNally of the senior class, shows very excellent workmanship and is a. beautiful piece of work. The club also gave a novelty program in the form of a play which was open to the school. 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W. , l..,f.WW,-'ww--s-.qw-. gunman'- igups' lat: This year, under the capable supervision of Mr. Diehl and Mr. Goas, Boys' Hi-Y has endeavored more than ever to prove its worth to the school. As usual, the Information Desk was maintained in conjunction with the Girls' Hi-Y. Ushers were provided for football and basketball games, also visiting teams were met, escorted to their dressing rooms, and their wants were taken care of by Hi-Y members. Groups of students from other schools were guided around the school and served with lunch. Guides were supplied for Visitors' Night and for the Band Concert. The annual Father and Son Banquet was sponsored by the club, as was the "Bargain Ball," a dance along unusual lines. At Christmas the club collected clothing and toys and distributed them to the needy. The club wishes to express at this time its appreciation of all that Mr. Tyson has done to help it and further its purpose. We hope we have done at least a little towards fulfilling our aim, which is, "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." Page Om' I-Iumirad Foriy-Iwo I fx Gill 1 l 1 I 1 ll Qi-. 1 IU ' tgirl,- ln? ' MY, ET'-. it if Lil inn! 5 '-mrs wg T .55 5 S!! 5 lftfl 1 li iftl if is QPU? imma itll, gtillil 3 Jil? . Q ll 512 134 in 4153 54211 itil: tglit. ?E T1 5 My ag it wil .wil igllg . is i 51 lil ifghll :Wir Milf. init? , 75111 2 e fu. 'z il . HQE ,isll 1 'ffl Wifi' 1 l l i fl it it .gli wl V- .--,A 2ir"4-ul s 'Lai , -... .....,.. -..-- -. .,,, i-....-.-. T... . -..-..., .,.s...1i-1- X1'I1.E ....- .1131 'M'-"f.'I'f'f" W .TZ i F i i 5 , '1 if l .,i H i i lj r 19 aiti 261112 Qbilk' ef ll i ' if 4, t , . .. . t t if i . I , 1 i l , 1 5 I, 1 i '. - I , g i we 1 .T...4 l 1 ,i , . ,l,. i ii- H 1 4 l 3 T 2 Q 'i I X i! lg i, ll E l . K M l ll I 1 ,, ill l i E' E 1 ll! I' ' 1 Mr' ' . ii is 5 1 I-' l, ill! ql lin? gm i J Pr-' V l Illlli , 'il 9:11 i 5 i 1 . , it i low F' i mlb z . ll? 'i ' 5 fi l sill 11 'li ' ln! ' ll Ui? ' 9 ' I! 'ii vw Girls 159:23 ii 33V iii 21' , The purpose of the Girls' Hi-Y Club is to inculcate in the girls of the Upper Darby High School the highest standards of scholarship, of character, and of service to the ll if .Hi school. '1 il Yugi? It is by their own example that the girls of the Hi-Y strive to create ideals of i V i i 1 EV! scholarship and character. The results of their activity in this line cannot he accurately Q measured. But certainly if fifty girls strive to do their best, such influence should he 11" , lil worthwhile. if 'iii l iii 311 I Vi The tangible purpose of the Hi-Y is its service to the school. During the course of Ni M311 the school year the members of the club act as ushers on various occasions, share with ' gil the Boys' Hi-Y the management of the Information Desk, take charge of the Lost and 'UW li' Found department, and sponsor several dinners-some in honor of the girls' teams and 'ij one, the most important, for the mothers and daughters. Thus it is that the purpose of the Hi-Y, like its emblem, is threefold. In striving " i I V ' " Q,g?'li together to accomplish this purpose the members of the club combine hard work with ij ld a great deal of plea.sure. It is this spirit which has made the Girls' Hi-Y the organiza- fl ,Ii tion it is today. iw l 1 wil, ' i W 1 II1 'I' N i-M ill, iii. i..J1 Page Om- Hzmdrrd Forty-tlirce .inliihwi W " - e if 4- ,f - 1 " 'RNKXX . . V 1 i P . - l s G i v N ! it ' 'f' , , A Q x'iQ'f gi K 1 W rt tfifeiff l -Rt J J my L -.-.Y . . ..... --. . -.-,fs-..- -. .. . ..,.-.,,,.,,,c,,.,,,,,.,,....,. ' ,M M ,,,,,-,W , , T, ,Firm . ..--..-.N....-...-.-..-..,.....-...,.-.-.-M.-. f ...,..--,.,.. .. - . swiss I iilafygq if 42555 Wi QW! . , ,N . if J! iEf.y . !,, f l .lf 1 Jil i Elf 5 H 1 l -ei TK 1 l til. Hi. 1 Q QV? 3 gi l . 1' l . 4 L t 3 . All l 1' i IJ it li. A A ' 4 1 i Q WH S !l H ' li FEM. Q "ll l' P . f 1 l f fi f L ' 1 ' l 535.2 , . ,. tp-:M 1? i' il l ,ual rw! li in gp ., , l 5 '1 ' IJBSS lub . 5 5 9 ' lk The Chess Club, under the able guidance of Mr. Kuntzleman, has. since its organiza- tion two years ago, participated in matches with other schools and has been victorious :gli in the greater number of them. kill. !L,ti13 1 The Chess Club was organized for the purpose of teaching chess and to help those who understand tl1e game to further their knowledge, and also to create friendships at this school and with other schools. :Milf I 5 The Chess Team, composed of five juniors, had a most successful season by winning k ,Q f all of its matches. Its record is as follows: f! if f. i tl! I TEAM GAMES l F -' I Opp. l'. D. Opp. U. D. ef T Shillington ... .. 2 3 Haverford .. ,. 2 3 lv Shillington .. 0 5 Haverford .... .. 2 3 ff g Q Lansdowne ... .. 1 4 Junior High ... .. 1 4 'f?:,' ia. Lansdowne ... .. 0 5 ... "ul lg l' CLUB GAMES Kiln E , Faculty .......... .. 4 Chess Club ,........ .. 4 QV i ,Q Junior High Club .... ., 4 senior High Club .... .. 4 ply, rf -' W if sip 'Wx' H Q gl.. X ul:- 'iml T1-X Q Poor Om' llluzdrml Fwtpx--four Vg " li. 1 li' gig. . . .. .. .. .... .. -.. . .... --. ....---.,-.. .. -- - .. -. -.--..JSE- Tiff HIT 7 ' x' 2 1' fr it If ' :V if Io' Y ' T' H ' 1 'si' !j'3TiTt'T1,i'rf1r ""ar'Q.IifxiTLTia' i,IfjZITrT'lTr:.!tIii.?f'j'.gsfi " ' .,.....t- ,C . ..-.. H.-,l'Q::Im,,,, HN' "' ' ...film .... .. g - - lu "'1'1Q"' ,fl "' ' Q. if ', L. . . ,, ...H 1 ., ,.,,,, ,, E l1 : aj 1 17 , I 1 11 5. I till Cham Completing its third yea.r of service to the school, the Drill Team looks backward with pride on its accomplishments. The only military unit of the school, it represents Upper Darby everywhere any public, patriotic, or school event is taking place. When the Municipal Building was dedicated, the Drill Team Color Guard headed the High School division. At football games the team is always present carrying our Star- Spangled Banner, the State of Pennsylvania Insignia, and the Purple and Gold Ensign of our Alma Mater. May Day Hnds the Drill Team presenting a Guard Mount or Formal Review as an interesting part of the program, and the individual competition for the Hall Trophy, which is presented for excellence in the performance of the Manual of Arms. The team is now an official Purple-Gold unit, holding color contests at Gym Exhibi- tion, on May Day, and during the school term. This third year saw the unit increase to a size which necessitated platoon division, one Purple and one Gold, To Captain John Fletcher Hall goes the majority of the credit for forming, training, and drilling this spectacular unit. PUgCf,1lC Hundred Fortx Hue V 1 l 3 . Milli ' l l ..i. - X .wg 1 I 1 1 . 1 I 1 I . ,U 1.1 .Un 1 D New H, . H Q -A .- 1 , W' 1 1 . 1 " NM-N r . 115 , ,f Ai ,av-f . Lg X XjEQ.J gQ?5'N'-N 1 1 :-Q .Q ' ' , 1' , 1 - 1 1 1 31-gl is A at 6 if! IQ: 2 ln. V+... .'1.:J'tf.. . , . . ,- ,, -M , ,, , , ,M H , ,M-. .jNN,,-Q,-Aavpm,-t-,AH,,..f'f,gf-,Numm--1,mjwunh-A,HAA,N.f 5Wf-11,3135 ----- . - 1-.....1...vM,e.., -1----V-5-au-,,, - ip K . 1 A '1 j 5,1111 '5?.Q.ej4 I it 1!17f:!1 . . t. M . lb elif f ' 1 E1 . il 1 Zami' . ff? ""' U-...Si I 1 'QM' rl is 111 1111' 11 H' fi? 1.1. 11 411 1 if 1 ifiiil . v 'i 154: 1 1 1 Q 1 , 1111. 5 1'. -1311 111 515 i 2 I if ' I 531' . 1 1 1 'S i ' Q1 V1 I gl 1111? 411 11 1 , 'ilgll W5 .,. .1 fl 11311 1 W1 l i '1 Q' 1' . ya' 11.15231 ,111 1151111 , 1 il .QW 1.115 Hill? I 1 1 1 . . .. , . t 1 1 '1 gi 14' Qrs uztae Qllluh 11111 1 5191144 N Three Years ago. a group of sophomore girls decided they would like to learn more about the "art of poetry," and from this group grew the Ars Poetae Club. As their A advisor, the girls chose Miss Ross, and whe11 she left to teach in the Ypper Darby Junior Miiidl High School, they selected Miss Sommerfield to fill the vacancy left by Miss Ross. Under the able advisorship of Miss Sommerneld and its officers-Selina Kepler as presi- 'J EI dent. Betty Grewe as vice-president, Mary Elizabeth Maun as secretary, and Lavinia iff Robinson as treasurer, the club has e11joyed several interesting programs this year. Hifi' The unique feature of those programs ha.s been the co-operation of our English depart- I ment with the Ars Poetae girls. Miss Koch and Miss Griflin entertained the club with ',1W,3z1 the works of John Masefield a.nd other selected poems. Miss Weimer told of the lives Mg" and poems of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, following which the Ej1i'Z club as a whole attended a performance of "The Barretts of Wimpole Street." In the i115!1fI ,'f'i'j absence of senior members, the junior and sophomore girls took charge of the meetings. L'?111f I i ' gi 5f1g In its three years of existence the club has gained a great deal of impetus and its A 23.111 members have indeed enjoyed a deeper appreciation of poetry. 5311531 I , 4 , . . 2 1: Vigil viii :mn 'N gi""'W1 11 1 3 as 111 Page Uni- H'111dr1'1l lfm'f.r-si.r 1' Q 1,3111 ' 1 ., ,1 .,1. 1312 'fl l:1 3' , ri il 1 ifxrjl - 6 l""M t-,,.,-,..L . - .. . . .. . .. . . . 4. - -4- .V 7 ---------e- W '- + 11 -mfg' gy 'IJLTIT rear , ' ' f 'fi X ' . HIS" f if A5' ?5ijf'111 " t.ll,, I t..,s. ..-... i .,.........,,,- ," X 'fs N . mf' T ,fr -ffglfi f ' . ' """"'Q.,,-gf. f . I , . ..-' i'.'if rk ,tg,'i5l X '.'l"g':kf4.aQv,"-.X yhlfx .31 i Q Qrifi' 3 if Q Y Q .1 5 """f15'sb lilly, -i 1' A 'say f 'G rin if ' 44,,,1g, ,, ..g.Ql'...........f"..'.I Z.'ll'IL:,gg:g,::g.-'--':,'-,,'-:--...:..-:...'1.1-:TiiTiTZ.':Z.' """""" """""'LiLZ..I2l1I-IAZLLLJ mf5..sF,l 5, -if ggiwil git' 4,-"J pil- t :ESQQ5 y M415 , n 1 1 limi' 'LJ 'mum' ' gzjillll 'ilrgll' 1 Hlligl 105:31 Igilf ylllgil LR all 'lllil "l ' fs l l limit .1- .1 iullagg Vlillil Vial , 1-'Hz l I Milli iw! sl i 1,2 ,iii l W-,UW ligizi- ,T :ltr 1 "Ulf T . ill .-.M .. . . I Q!! 1 QW' r lm. ' K f nilxll ilalsturp lub 1 With American history as its starting point, the History Club has set for its pur- Z poses the broadening of the scope of history to include past, present, and future events, 1 Q and to increase the interest of the student body in all three. Founded three years ago 517 .li by Miss Logan a.nd Mr. Kuntzleman, the Club has increased from forty to ninety Ill9IIl- Hill bers, all of whom are juniors and seniors. j Following its initial purpose of promoting an interest in American history, the lbfi club requires that that subject be studied as an entrance qualification. Two very suc- l 3 ,g cessful tours were sponsored by the club during the year, one to Historica.l Philadelphia, ,f and the other a longer trip to Gettysburg and Harrisburg. ':g i,,Ll Moving pictures, debates, a mock impeachment. a straw vote presidential nomina- ,ff tion, outside speakers, social dinners. and discussions on then-current topics such as , fill Sino-Japanese conflict and the depression are some of the features of the meetings. 'wfffi The Memorial Day program is participated in by the Club and some Acorn articles have been sponsored. Next year, under the leadership of its advisers, Mr. Kuntzleman and Mr. Thomas, the club is planning the compounding of a history of Upper Darby ff, Township. 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N 3 I :S p r I r r i :gpg btemmztg Quantum Quarry gli in ll El The Steinmetz Scientific Society, one of the scliool's oldest clubs, passed its sixth 5 if! birthday in January of this year and is well on the way towards its seventh. Hg tis ' l li L if 5 The society was organized as a service group, and for its work done as such it was M lj! 5 'SQ granted representation in the Student Council at the end of last year. .W . ,li -1 Milf 5 During the school year just completed, the club's outstanding accomplishment was the operation of the public address system during regular assemblies. The system, I Uh' E built into its present form by the club last year, was permanently installed back stage il gl according to plans drawn up by Mr. Oerlein, the club advisor. It has been operated E successfully by members of the society at each of the school's musical programs a.s well iiill i V . il' VI., 1 as on many other occasions. I I l I l ' lil l E I 1 V 5 'l Q g The radio and photography groups have also been active, the former rebuilding its ll iff station, W3AWC, and the latter in photographing grade school project work as well as .HEI "l . l fin ll 1 similar work about the school. lilift tiki' i I llifllgg Several trips were taken to places of scientific interest, including the operating room of the Lankenau Hospital, the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, the 'Hill z l General Electric switchgear plant, and the Towne Scientific School of the University of Pennsylvania. I 25 i Ei ill WH Several lectures at the Franklin Institute were also attended. aw F' Page Ona Hundred Forty-eight I 2 s el i 1 l l ' 5 - 1 'Eid .t . - . M , - , .... ,M cc 1Z5gEiF?'f4f'- fiffil 'iff 7 FQ if Z-FYQI'-i,f!f'?3Y5 321.14 if i5iE'AfFEZfE'Ef'f.?1U-fill?if 3113 V A 1..- e1Bi 1112 nkw e5z W ii' N . , -A -4--AA. .,,.,. 4 .l-Mu., l . E . l ? I 1, J l ., 1 l fl l ill? ., , 1 J 1 5 ' 5 sa ,. i l ' l i ti lp l l 'E 1 ll F . l' 1 li p ilnhrarp lub Q Under the capable supervision of Miss Stone and its club officers: Thelma Ohlsson 'N 1 as president, Ethel Murray as vice-president, a11d Anna John as secretar , the club has .I y X515 had a very successful career. The club is composed only of junior and senior girls, whose duty it is to substitute il for the librarians in their absence, to care for all incoming books, and to sort magazines. J' 4 During the year the girls were entertained at their meetings b Miss Leaman and Miss , Y l Goodman. Other gatherings were used for educational progra.ms. .g' In the fall the club held an annual dinner, which was very successful. They are Tl now planning for the Library Social to be held in June. :ill The Library Club, besides being a social gathering, has been of a great educational value to its members, and the girls feel that their experiences have really helped them in their library training. ll l 1 1 fl I 2 ii . L. . i - .114 Page Om' Hundred Forty-nine 1 1 1 3 , 11 W 1 1 ,1. 1 1 1 fl vp! X f-f . ,K ,Q A A M-uf' Z.,- Q111 X it-,J 'M ,f """',.,..+ 1, W 1: Q, , X. f 1 XI nxtil A,"5'--.,,M km .1 ' 7 ' ,I A A ""if'-MA 1. .1 1 1 ' 1 in '---1.441 ' ' ' , WE "" 1-. -Hn B If. I '11 A 1 1 X 1 2 :,,mM- if V g .Q V-"'---rf' . J 2 F' EII ,. ""1::Z,. 11. 12211 1' 1 1 1 5111111 Vi' 1 :-P-.,- WL" M111 ---.NA 1 121315 11 111 11 1 11111 H1115 '. is 1M1i 1' X E11 K 1 I 51:11 lf! 51 11' 1 sin- 1 Q11 Egfr EEGVP1 1:1511 ,:1l11g1 133111 F1211 1:1111 11911 -911111 F1'1i:l 'iiu -1111, "nm F1131 1112211 11111 Eiigiif P53152 1311.1 :VIH 211,11 1112151 X11 1 .. :' t 1, 1:1111 QKHH1 S311 11 Ir? 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I :i lf Q V M , i P Til I N , 5 QB f 0 O O O f Three years ago a club was organized for the purpose of making an extensive study of the ancient Roman rave. With the organization of this vluh an interest for the ancient people who spoke the Latin 'language has been enkindled in the minds of Latin students. Outside information and recreation that is obtained from the meetings of the Senatus Populusque Romanus have aided in enlightening the suhjeet of Latin. l'nder their very capable supervisor, Miss Noble. and their oHi0ers: Mary .lane Sprenkle as Consul, Grace Ulrich as Praetor, and Isable Benkert as St-riba. the c-luh is carrying on the work for which it was organized. Roman skits are presented, talks on Roman life are given. and other very interesting side lights a1'e fot-used on the meetings. A new feature. introduved into the club this year, was the adoption of a standard ' insignia that is slightly indicative ot' a Roman Coin. 153 1 .N M ,gf-A, ,, i 1'inlr Urn' flI!ll1I'7'A'll'171-71-l'-MHA' , E. 1 I if ' in ,.4-,. J , L.-.., . ..l...L' .?L,L.-L,,I1. I ei ml- I A f1,,,T. ffllll IDI. X, lfII.'IIfI'K.l.l ll- ,sl H! Inj .JWLKA Hi . Y . If , K. 1 i,.f:l.. i.'x.V.VV.'il. ,...---.-...-i-., . Mn- H., , ,. ., ,. , ,,,,. WW, ,.-,-.,,,.,-, ,.,,.------.. ,,-,, ,,,,,,,-..,- ,. U ,, ,, A. . ,,. , Mg V Small 1. .W-1 Z..... ...H -""' ,Y ,, 1 XII. I U,..,.,. ... ' ' .,Iff1.., ...my ' ,,. -- ,- W t . ..... y. T it ll , ,, , ,U ...... ... . .... .... ....., '1-1 -e ----- .K .,.. 1 1,44 IL... ll l s I I I l i I fi german Iuh l i This year is the second in the history of the German Club in this school It was I organized that those students taking German might become better acquainted with the , language and customs of the German people. , The odiicers of the club are: Leo Avondoglio, presidentg Doris Boerner, vice+presi- dentg Anna Jahn, secretaryg and Henry Riebe, treasurer. The club is a member of the Inter-High School German Club, an organization com- posed of representatives of many of the Philadelphia and suburban high schools. This organization me-ets monthly at the various schools. The program consists of both busi- ness and entertainment. As a whole, the club sponsors plays and dances, which are held in the center of the city so that all may attend. Upper Darby acted as host for the Inter-High School Club at its meeting in May. At the close of each year, the club gives a farewell party for the senior members, which is in the form of a luncheon and a theatre party. This is always favorably attended and is an excellent climax to a successful season. l Paqe One Hundred Fifti'-two l ,,,,- I 1 2 11111 111147 e 093121, 1 1 1 1 1 , , f ,Il 1 ' Y 1 ' 1 11 11 'U' 191 11' 1, 11 11 t. 11 L1 1 ' V1 I 1 I 1 Q 1 F! V I 1 11 11 1 11 Y 1 1 1 1 W 1 1l' 1 ,i Z 1 IL 1 ' 1 12 B BIT B IZEIIIIZHIS 11 Vile! Vitc! Le Cercle Francais is holding one of its monthly meetings! Its eighty 1 enthusiastic members answer, Uoinrnient donc! That is, "Why certainly" they'll come to V 5 see one of those tricky little French Guignol playlets and to hear the music of the great 1 1 French composers. 1 Founded to encourage extra-curricular activity in French, and to show how the 1 it French language can be used for practical conversational purposes, this club has grown 1 1' ' immensely in popularity since its origination two years ago. i 1. In addition to the Guignols, which Americans know a.s "Punch and Judy" shows, 1+ the Uercle has presented several plays of the legitimate stage, such as Moliere's "A , Physician in Spite of Himself." These have been given on the auditorium stage, and 1: the meeting thrown open to the school at large. I 1 1 Moving pictures have been featured from time to time, and the club contributed 1 ma.teria,lly to the exhibit of the French Department in the north corridor display cases 1 this winter. Under the leadership of Miss Chrisman as adviser, the Oercle expects to 11 1 carry on its worthy purposes as a loyal Upper Darby organization. 1 1 X , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I...- , 1 1 1 11 1. 1 F Pugc Um' Hirudrvd Fifty-lllrvc' -In , ,gh . X? ,L S, 4. . yaiw , I Y i , 4 ,N x .A W 1 pix 6"1Q,,,, i. 1.11 -X A ' 'T,.52,g xxx N L Www 'M - Y L' " ' Wfflzrxx ' ,gk F 1 03 f E ,,.,K.. f ,, 'N"'TQh-wgg, A ,' x fe: Q P 2 .fi f Ai 41 'fs-N V ., P ,. 1 ki 2.55 Lf ,vi 1 if , 'N' f ' if 'wif 4' 4? 'Q ,,g- 3 - . 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I. ,,,.,,,. ---- Immun 4 .ll ...nl gi -, ,,,,,,, ---- I -, mmm.. u ..,..... 1 I .gmmlx ,--- gg "j1L:1::1g, I HH. .. ....... ::::: mn. ..--2,-..-...'..,!2...i.5Z1II1H.-.-.....-J!!:....n.,Iu,..:. .1I,!!!!' -EEE I I "Stunning My Quubenirsr' N the following pages you will find a number of pictures of former years. Nothing is more interesting than the old family album. Here, we present the nucleus of such a relic. If We have chanced to include you "among our souvenirs", solace yourself with the tender memories of yesteryear, and do not sue us for misrepresentation or arson. We are bankrupt as it is. We have also included some championship teams of former days, just to show you that winning championships is not just a recent accomplishmentg it is an old Upper Darby custom. Page One Hundred Fifty-five QI-IHIKIIIQIHIIIH -IIHI-ISI--XIII-Ill ,,,,.M-iw-" 'uw W W 44" U V, 4 Ml' !,..,,, .,. i..., .. :Hm- ,Hw A "Y'j. 444, lg 44.LAA' .A'A 5 2 l 1 L. 1 i i I , M i 5 yust jfancp O 0 Miss Mallon Mr. Tyson Miss Robertson Miss McCandless 9. Mr. Brosius I PLJO I Miss Noble Mr. Savage Mr. Mancill Miss Taylor l, ,r nc' Hzrndrez F'ftg- 1 li. -I-III-I-IQICDuiDIl1lSlDIQIQI1UIIDIQI-IlQlIl1lQQ1l1lQlll I 1924-Top row: Margaret Davidson. Margaret Culver. Peggy Crowe. John Craig. Lee Alexander, Arthur Greims. Marjorie Brereton. Second row from lop: Allen Lee. Mary Eliz. Maun. Junior I-Iellar, Genevieve Saller. Harry McDowell, Bobby Jones. Helen Hannan. Wfilliam Skidmore. John Lutz. Third row from top: Ruth Truit. Charles Cridland. Charlotte Schmidt. Doris Boerner. James Macl.ane, Harold Anderson, Anna Dykes. Janet Loudenslager. Addis Ziegler. Botlnm rmv: Janet Seyfert. Harriet Lucker. Charles Gieg. Ted Smith. Helen Whitaker. Horace Bedwell. ' 1924-Top raw: Victor Nicholson. Thomas Hughes, Miss Talley, Arthur Gefvert, William O'Mnsta. Second row: Edmund Baldwin, George Barnes, Jean Penman, Dorothy Trommers, Elizabeth Drennon. Margaret Martin. Gilbert Blatchley, Howard Peterson. Front row: Eleanor Brenneman, Edith Gregory. Virginia Mendenhall, Selina Kepler, Esther Kramer, Bernadine Steel, Adelaide Schrader, Mae Richter, Jennie Plansoen. Naomi Gibson. Hilda Della Penna, Lillian Solomon. Pugh' Om' fllirxiivvil Ffffj'-.uw 11 g"""""'++w ' VGQSR 2 5. IM.. ,f 5- M 1 .fx f5b7,,f,...5..,,.M1i as ii! , ' . 1 -1 fi . TL 2 Xxx f,.?E.m a Q 22 '1 1 U ', 1 . 'Q 2 'X 111513 -... . . . .-,.,.,.,,E1. .......,,-., ,,,,, .,,,,.,,,... .J .. ..l .. .3 HJ. .. Lg. L., . -A . f L I ,....M..1-,....- ,4. .. .1.1--......-...2-.-.1..,.--...,-.-........ -....m.--,...........1 Lm,.,,,,.1.,..-,n. .,..-.,,.,-, ,.....,,,m,9, . .11 25' 1 1-"US 12:1 A 1.15-'qi iiglfz 1, 1 ggsiif 21155 1 111. ELJI 5 lglii' V '51 X1 1 515131 if .. .,. fl: . "In Z Qfllll' 1 1 W IIII11 n- li . 11:11 L: Mil' I 1 12151 ':.. 111 1,, .. T211 1'1l'1j1 fell? 12111 il .1 . 1, 1111 .,1e1,1 :I 1.. 1:1-11 1 1 11 1? I4 -1f"' 111 13115 .1jT111f :gill ,..1..1 'rule fjlll lllflillx 4 11 ' 1 .f, ,il . 1. 11511, 111 11 .1, , ' . lin 1:5 'lzll 11 ' :lg 1 1' 2-1!:1 1 '1 'iligl qifgj' Igaskethall - 1925 Q . 1 1 1 1 Standing-Mr. T. J. Milne, Coach, Bond. Esbin, Cates, Eastburn, Warren, Hefty, Mgr. ,gill Sitting-Davis, Gurney, Applegate, Bellairs, Deal. ' Qfillli 1111 1:13131 V115 LINE-UP 1512511 H. Cates, '25, .................. Forward J. Esbin, '25... .... Guard 1 151 E. Applegate, '25 1Ca.ptainJ ..... Forward J. Deal, '25 ...... .... G uard 14 Q21 R. Bond, '26 .........,.......... Forward H. Gurney, '25, .. .... Guard W. Bellairs, '25 ................. Forward E. Lord, '25 .... .... G uard ulxgl 'Q i1 R. Warren, '25. . . .... Center J. Hefty, '25. .. ...Manager 15'1f Q11 RECORD ig U. D. ODD. KIVVANIS TOURNEY f,1'i 'Jiri Reading H. S. ..... 16 46 FJ' Lansdowne H. S. .. 53 20 . Opp' ,i.'.E 1,111 Medla H. s. .... 3.. 17 -413,1 4, Chester H. S. .... 29 9 Glen-N r H S 39 28 ,111 113 Radnor H. s. ......... 17 21 Chest OH S - ' 25 9 j5g31 Lower Merion H. S. .. 16 31 er ' ' " 41,51 , Media H. S. ........ 27 22 I Darby H. S. ...... 35 13 PENN TOURNEY ffx! 11 Lansdowne H. S. .. 28 20 A 11115, ' 11 Chester H. s. ......... 24 S York H S Ugj' 095' 111' '11 Lower Merion H.S. 36 35 ' ' uf 1 , . Pottstown H. S. ........... 0 0 -'. 1 lNOI'I'lSt0Wll H. S. .... 30 38 Souderton H S 40 10 -!,.,, 1 Radnor H. S. ...... 43 22 ' ' """ "1 ' Media H. S. 46 37 Scott H. S. 1Toledo, Ohloluii 1, Darby H. s. ....... 25 15 ,ff Norristown H. S. .. 31 32 Total .... .... 6 23 466 112111 7 1 f11 f fJLlffl'f?Hf'1llllI4f7'4'1lFllf-fvl'-Plflflf x 11 1 I' ' el - ..:g:il 5'f.KQgT'g1gf S11 .'1ii'1 . :H '?1jI'E7.'IfT'T1w ' P. 15ILi'.5Tfff.7.1i'l51'z:f1'i19ff:fi'.Q1.ff3iwf1?if.ifffQQ2lr.i1 .1 fifffiiii l . 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Temple, Mr. Savage, coach 1 iltlj is h u 1929 The third straight "A" championship, the fifteenth straight victory, and a perfect , record of nine victories for Walch hung in the balance! Such was decided in the , 'fi Upper Darby-Abington game on May 28 as Walch unlimbered that arm of steel, brought i , it back, and then hurled a projectile of amazing speed and two cunning fast-breaking jg 1 curves, the first wide and the second close, past the futile swings of pinch hitter 115-- Bisbee for the final out. What a shout of victory followed as the white pellet found ILM' a final resting place in Taube's mit! Score, 10-6! The game was a fierce struggle ihlggil between two very aggressive teams, who dug in, took a toe hold, gripped the bat at the lllill end, and put a.ll the power of youthful shoulders into their swings to crash the old apple X 1 fi, for twenty-eight resounding smacks. Every type of hit-from the perfect bunt of H. ,ifg Ralston to the heavy drives of the Freestons, Taube, Heller, and Walch--followed from the ashen sticks for thirty-seven sacks. 2 SCHEDULE U. D. ODD. U. D. Opp. 4 Penn Charter School ....... 4 5 Collingdale High School... 14 ' Northeast High School .... 4 5 West Chester High School' 6 A Episcopal Academy ....... 8 3 Simon Gratz High School.. 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