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

 - Class of 1944

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The fifty-year his- tory of Upper Darby High School has been one of constant growth. The first graduating class in 1896 numbered only five. In 1917, a new build- ing was constructed and by 1940, the graduating class had increased to 552. During this period, Upper Darby's population grew from 9000 in 1920 to 61,000 in 1940. Although we of Upper Darby have not felt the war as drastically as some of our compatriots, its eiects are ever-present in our daily life. Ra- tioning, scrap drives, and air raid alerts have kept us constantly aware of the task which we must successfully accomplish. Our jobs on the home front seem minor indeed when compared with the job which lies ahead of our brave servicemen. Already, among the armed forces, are a number of our classmates who are defending "Old Glory" in many parts of the world. Their departure has brought the reali- ties much closer to all of us. We all hope and pray for their safe return. In the planning, arranging, and compiling of this Oak of 1944, we have been confronted with many problems as to its contents. In all of these problems we have tried to do what we thought would be of interest to the greatest number of people, and we sincerely hope that in so doing, we have not slighted any person or organization. ' 'fzjzf Four lf, f AS OUR high school has grown during the past fifty years, so, too, has the respect and esteem for our high school's first principal grown throughout Upper Darby and surrounding communities. The debt of gratitude which each of us, as students of the Upper Darby High School, owes to her can easily be appreciated when we think of the tremendous task which faced her in organ- izing the high school. Her successful completion of this task was proven by the excellent manner in which the school was conducted under her direction. Throughout her entire career as a high school teacher, prin- cipal, and librarian, she was a constant inspiration to Upper Darby students and an exemplary symbol of American womanhood. In sincere appreciation of her tireless eHorts and of her many contributions to the community, we, the class of 1944, dedicate this yearbook to MISS ELISABETH D. TURNER Five OUR CLASS ADVISERS MISS GAREN The distinctive feminine personality who may be seen at almost any time in the senior office, Room 107, is none other than one of our class advisers, Miss Pearl Ellinor Uaren. To her closest friends she is known as "Peg'Y'- formed from the initial letter of each of her names. Tailored, goodfnatured, and eilicient, Miss Garen combines an excellent sense of humor with a businesslike manner, which is very necessary for a successful adviser. Her favorite hobby is that of collecting dolls from all parts of the world, with particular stress on those from the United States. Since her appointment as class adviser, Miss Caren has been generous with helpful advice and untiring in her devotion to the betterment of our interests. She will long be remembered by our class. MR. KEHL For three years, the class of 1944 has been groomed to make this anniversary year a truly historic one for Upper Darby. Although we were not introduced to our present adviser, Mr. Willizini S. Kehl, until our junior year, this versatile guide has proven his ability as a capable and efficient leader. Mr. Kehl was the man for the job and, in spite of the fact that he was actively engaged in civilian defense and other community projects, he agreed to serve. From the first we admired his incisive wit and complete candor. He has given unstintingly of his time and energy to better our class. Mr. Kehl's patience and understanding have helped us make this important year one of the most enjoyable of our lives. lr. Kehl awaiting customers at Advisers Kehl and Garen in a mellow mood. 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' W- 1'T5iy I' A -A A - 1e,..gR.sW l.eH: Their Siudiet of Our CounI:ry THOMAS T. McINTYRE VVILLIAM R. McKENNA JOHN SHALLCROSS MECLEARY ROBERT C. MESLIN WILLIAM EDWARD MIDDLETON NORMAN M. MOORE GEORGE FRANCIS NELSON DEAN WILLIAM PALMER FRANK FORD PATTERSON DAVID ASHTON PEDRICK WILLIAM AUGUSTEN PICKERING, JR. LOTHAR C. REINHARDT JAMES CHARLES REUKAUFF ALLEN RIGGIN ROBERT SEWARD RUPP ROBERT SAMUELS VINCENT D. RYAN WILLIAM R. SHELLHASE RAYMOND LOREN SHIRTZ EDWARD G. SIMONSEN PERCY J. SIMONSEN HARRY C. SMITH LLOYD W. J. SPANGLER MILLARD H. N. SUSSMAN JAMES F. SWEENY WILLARD ROBERT SWEET ARNOLD B. TEMPONE RUSSELL K. THAYER, JR. ALFRED H. VAN BELLE RICHARD H. WATSON JOSEPH EDWARD WHITEHEAD JAMES McPHERSON WILSON ARCHIE G. WOODS 5 'fx fx .1 S , " T," 4 ,agxgef I UPPER DARBY HIGH SCHCOL DOES ITS BIT IN THE WAR We used coal this winter instead of oil . . . Janice Fine and Bernice Hatch work at the service desk . . . Merl Hague and Don Stough- ton look over the clothes collected for Greek and Russian Relief . . . Bob Brown, Tom Kelly. and Dick Zimmerman help load the clothes into a truck . . . Gertie Hardy, Lois Rapp, and Tish Trainer checking emergency equip- ment . . . Marion Baldwin gives some maga- zines to the Red Cross . . . .x.ea1..ns - 1 Dr. Tehyi Hsieh talks to some juniors after his assembly program . . . We buy War Bonds and Stamps . . . The result of the Buy-a-Jeep campaign. Seventeen '? My Jaw? f x K JMW Z9 uk 5-if XM f , X 1 1 F HUM 4 3 Y NX .WP Y 4 - s W " I A. ' Tm 'lm ,, 2 , 5? . Nw-,mvnu 3 .219 116 Z, .... xx R. Q x 4 an--f . ,X W --:L::f- ::::: f-.-:: N:...:... . . , , N V K ,' . I A ii Ag Q 1 - , . wi fav X ,, . V. ....,, F 5 X --mx A 'HY 9 , Q V . . . L - W 5 fi , v gsm i , Q, xxx WX Q 5 p as Q 'Af A Q A . "At: 5 bv' , V 4 'r . 'I W - J7 ' L . , , , f .Q Q - ' 1 X A A ,v .. 'Lg 9 F ' f .v Lx' I K 'Q VU x if V1 X r up - 6 13' , ' A ' 5 'imfef , 1 wh, f 3, W' W f ity, ws! A , ':" my ' sw , ,Q x v A 'Awww 1 ' ' Q, ' 'f b ' V 'lv :gf ,,.:.. . . I, A I 'j :Q-1-lj"H ' A A ' LN . xx' ,mfr 5 'Q ":, 223 'J k H Q ,ra fi W 3 ' 1 ' N -sw ,f 4 X . ' ,,, ' ask' H Ag. si The paper balers pause for the cameraman . . . Bob Grainger gives you service with a smile . . . Roy Nlurray, Bob Storm, Bob Taylor, and Steve Clair look over the Navy's "Eddy Test." . . . Home nursing by our students helped relieve the shortage of nurses . . . Some of the girls who sent out Christmas cards and News Letters to our servicemen . . . Charles Hospod packs groceries at the Penn Fruit. Nmeceen Dr Sampson, Miss McKay, Dr. Nan- carrow, Mrs Biester, Mr. Tyson, and Dr Dllworth at the reception of Mr. Tyson and Dr. Nancarrow. Top Row: Dr. George G. Dilworth, Presidentg Mrs. Rae F. Biester, Vice-Presidentg Miss Elva Haysg Mrs. Helen Alexanderg Mr. Vanleer I. Bond. Bottom Row: Mrs. E HAVE hcen most fortunate this year in having a very active school hoard. Great though the honor of lacing a memhcr of the hoard may hc, the joh, nevertheless, requires a great deal of time and energy. The Board memhers deserve particular praise for their capahle handling of the many complex prob' Evelyn Ellsong Mr. John H. Frazierg Mr. Willianxm B. Morrisg Mr. W. Harry Schaffer. lems which have arisen as the result of the war, Few of us reali:e the tremendous amount of work involved in such a task. The School Board, working in close harmony with Mr. Tyson and Dr. Nancarrow, has provided one of the finest administrations which our school has ever hcen fortunate enough to have. Twenty-one SUPERINTENDENT HE Class of 1944 pays a twofold tribute to John H. Tyson, superintendent of the Upper Darby School systcmrfiirst, for his skillful leader' ship as principal of Upper Darby in our first two years hereg and secondly, for his guidance during our senior year in the capacity of superintendent. Our class is indebted to Mr. Tyson for his tireless efforts to better our school. We all know of his keen interest in our community life and we admire his zealous work. Since the beginning of the war, he has been instru- mental in the organization and the conduct of def fense schools. Mr. Tyson is an ardent Victory Garf dcner. In these and many other ways, he has conf tributed to Upper Darby's war effort and has demon' strated his ability as a community leader. MR. JOHN H. TYSON Mr. Tyson watches the Lower Marion Game DR. JAMES E. NANCARROW Dr. Nancarrow talks to guests at his reception. PRINCIPAL N HIS first year as principal of the Upper Darby High School, Dr. James E. Nancarrow has been a most able leader. The problems which he faced were many and were complicated by such wartime ex' igencies as the shortageg of man power and material and also the special adjustments which had to be made. His solution of these problems and excellent judgment in the decisions which he gave have made our senior year more enjoyable. Although many of us have not had the opporf tunity of knowing Dr. Nancarrow personally, his everfpresent smile and affable manner and his conf sideration and interest in our plans and progress have been a constant inspiration to all of us. With his long experience as a public school ad' ministrator, we know that Dr. Nancarrow will conf tinue to have, in many years to come, the success and popularity which he enjoyed during this, his Hrst year at Upper Darby. J Q ' " ' "' 4 , f 4' A , ,- '. 'J-,V I v ' N 5 '. , 'skis Y" ! :gg k 11, -as - W , Q . liz 'W' 2 A A Q 'K ' x ' I lgfggw - .Ar A . 1 . . :ns I' ' X J f ., . ,TQ ' w -3 'f " , . ' I if '- , A 4411.4 2:1114 . . '-- - . ' 7 F' 0' v 1f'i"9H K ,f A X - I1 -'L .., 4" 1-cya, . 1 I Q K .wahgfgggfkfw . X x Au' I W X ' ' 1 ni'-X .. f ' - I . in EF 5, 3? 9 S vi YI V 3? 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Wayne Boyd, Ph.B., LL.B. Helen M. Ferree,.B.A., B.Pd., M.A. Allan A. Howell, B.A. KLeaue of Absence, U. S. Armyj William B. Kirk, B.S. fLeaue of Absence, U. S. Avmyj Merle il. Koch, B.A., M.A. Esther R. Kumjan, B.A. fLeaue of Absence, WAVESJ Charles H. Morris, B.A. Helen M. Mowry, B.A., M.A. Paul K. Noel, B.A., M.A. ' Frieda E. Reed, A.B., M.A. Anne M. Slick, A.B. M.,IG. Weil, B.S. Frances E. Weimer, B.A., M.A. Margaret N. Yerkes, B.A. Elsa R. Melville HISTORY Iohn S. Billingslea, B.A., M.A. Helen S, Abrams, B.A., M.A. Ralph M. Andersen, B.S., M.S. fLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj Iames B. Bonder, A.B., M.A. CLeave of Absence, U. S. Navyj Charles M. Brooke, B.A. Paul Colley, B.A., M.Ed. Lewis O. Goas, B.A., M.Ed. iLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj M. Randolf Grimmett, Ph.B., M.Ed. Mahlon R. Hagerty, Ir., A.B., M.A. Donald W. Robinson, B.A., M.A. Clayton K. Shenlr, B.S., M.Ed. Lloyd, L. Wolf, B.S., M.A. ilfeave of Absence, U. S. Navy, Charles L. Wood, B.S., B.A., M.A. COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS Thomas I. Milne, B.C.S. Peter E. Bernardino, B.S. lLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj Edna M. Danehower, B.S. Fred G. Forsgard, B.S.C., M.Ed. Pearl E. Garen, B.S., M.Ed. Frances H. Geiger, B.S. William I. Hamilton, B.S., M.A. Lucille F. Henebry, B.S. Lucretia M. Kerr, B.S. Charles E. King, B.S.C. Fred R. Loeb, B.S., M.S. Fenn Minacci, B.S. Sarah I. Richards Nan M. Scott, B.S. Paul E. Schwartz, B.S., A.M. fLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj Patricia F. Sullivan, B.S., M.A. MUSIC David D. M. Haupt, B.S., M.A. Clyde R. Dengler, B.A., M.A. Michael Dotti, M.M. ART Elizabeth Kingsley, E.F.A., M.F.A HOME ECONOMICS Lydia J. Foster Ruth I. Breese, B.S. Iulia S. Miller, B.S., M.S. MATHEMATICS Warren A. Brosius, Ph.B. Robert S. Bennett, A.B. Lillian E. Bock, B.S., M.A. john Diehl, B.A., M.A. Eleanor Kishbaugh, B.A.. R. Paul LeCates, B.M.E. Carol F. Lipman, A.B., M.A. Carroll R. McDonnell, B.S. Dean 'E. Shull, B.S. Stanley F. Twoes, B.S., M.A. QLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj Iohn A. Wallace, B.S., M.A. QLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj Roy W. Wolfgang, B.S. QLeave of Absence, U. S. Armyj SCIENCE McKinley H. Stevens, B.A., M.A. Mary L. Harbold, A.B. Edwin L. Harer, B.A. William S. Kehl, B.A., M.A. George G. Lower, B.S., M.A. Carroll R. McDonnell, B.S. Floyd H. Neil, A.B., M.A. Chelsey G. Remley, B.S., M.S. Emma H. Sommerfield. B.S.. M.S. Edson C. Strange, B.S., M.S. Carson J. Thompson, B.S., M.Ed. CLeaue of Absence, U. S. Navyj Norman Ratchford, B.S.A. FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mary A. Taylor, B.A., M.A. Charlotte S. Chrisman, B.A., M.A. Carl L. Clugston, B.A. Alice M. Goodman, B.S. Agnes B. Grunberg, B.A., M.A. E. Lucile Noble, B.A., M.A. Ioseph E. Stermer, B.A. INDUSTRIAL ARTS William C. Geyer, B.S., M.Ed. George W. Hoehler, B.S., M.S. Arthur W. Packer PHYSICAL EDUCATION Herbert S. Herzog, B.S., M.S. Carlton I. Mefort, B.A., A.M. Marian Scott, B.S. Anna I. Westervelt, B.S. SECRETARIES Front Row: Mrs. Margaret Reckardg Miss Dorothy Gabrielg Mrs. Thelma Maling Miss Dorothy Cole. Back Row: Mrs. Sarah Henryg Mrs. Martha Fieldg Mrs. Eleanor Fasy. AVE we in our high school life ever really thought about the work that goes into making our school and school life what it is? Many things must be coordinated to do this and the corps of efficient secretaries deserve much of the credit. Every inquiry made is always answered with a smile. The secretaries have so many jobs that to tell them all would take pages hut we know the tremendous work that they are doing. For this, the class of '44 takes off their hats in appreciation of a job well done. gftgsep - 'fu f CADET TEACHERS Front Row: Miss Kathryn Blakey Miss Elsie Klein. Back Row: Miss Anna Ansong Dr. Chester G. Stocker, sponsor. HIS year as in other years, Upper Darby Senior High School has had student teachers from the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel Institute of Technology. Besides their practice teaching, student teachers render an invaluable service to the regular staff of instructors by doing innumerable jobs to aid them. From Drexel we had the Misses Claire Urmer and Pauline Riley. The University of Pennsylvania sent to us the Misses Jane Brant, Doris Combcr, Naomi Handelman, Rita Prescott, Phyllis Stark, Dorothy Day, Dolores Garbeil, Ruth Anne White, Edith Pearl, Dorothy Shipman, Anna Anson, Kathryn Blake, Elsie Klein, Miriam Sealfon, and Mrs. Elsa Adler. 'Twenty-seven ft W. 4 I . , 1 My I mqip.. nf, ,. .?,,h'iia Si, E Q Q 4 ' gg F ' 'N-f -+-.N lx ul -. XXL, ,ie 'rua Vs ' - 4 fic. .ly f in Wmgw 3'5- 'A y I h 'J 'A WHXNSQ N ,Q ? M W if - x .,,... Mk P kh- -' "5" 1. df '18 I iq. 'Ili i I 35 7? 3 ,, ,MW M mf, , 35 ,A 2? 'r FACULTY OF 1924 TISN rx - 11- . , , 1 1 X X Xi IMES rcally have not changcd as much as you might think. If you could turn thc clock hack 19 ycars you would find that, with thc cxccption of thc anncx, thc highfschool huildf ing has not hucn altcrcd vcry much in outward appearance. Anothcr familiar fcaturc of thc school would hc thc lift of faculty incnihcrs. Many tcachcrs who taught in 1924 arc still with us, ln thc picturc wc havc printed on this pagc arc a numlvcr of wcll known faccs. ln rhg first row arc Miss Nohlcg Mrs. Dutton, who was at thu junior high: Mis Turncrg Miss McCandlcss, now at thc junior high: Miss Mallong Miss Ycrkcsg and Miss Richards. ln thc sccond row wc find Miss Taylor: Miss Rohcrtson and Miss Ross, now at thc junior highg Mr. Tysong and Miss Koch. ln thc third row arc Mr, Milncg Mr. Brosiusg Mr. Savagc, junior high principalg Mr. Morrisg Mr. Stcvcnsg and Mr. Dichl. ln thc last row arc Mr. Twocs, now in the Air Corpsg Mr. Hauptz Mr. Vaughan Smith, now at thc junior highg and Mr. Hcrgog. Tliirty FACULTY MEMBERS IN T H E SERVICE , .wcvff Howard Longacre, our carpentcrg Raymond Blythe repairs a broken chair. I Mr Charlu Butterworth, superintendent of buildings and groundsg Mrs S1die IJ'lVlh dusting, ames Prevall, head janitor, mixing some JANITORS E CANNOT undcrcstimntc our feeling of gratitudc towzirds our faithful jzmitors. This ycar, uhovc all other ycars, our hats arc off to thcm. By thcir loyalty amd trcmcmlous cfforts thcy hnvc successfully ovcrcomc our janitorial prohlcm, hrought zihout hy thc war, :md have shown us an cxccllcnt cxzimplc of sinccrity. Thcirs is ll long day-A-onc which hcgins hcforc thc sun is up :md continucs on cvcn ziftcr all have left thc school building. Thcir willing attitude and cvcr prcscut smiles will long hc rcmcmhcrcd and hzivc aidtlccl at great dczll of plcnsurc to our school days. Joseph Warimillth among the tulipsg Pat Finnarty rolling the tennis courts. SERVICE WITH A SMILE 44 T ISN'T ' ive W iieh eountsfi so the old saying goes. Thus one could also say that it isn't where you eat hut what you cat that matters, A great deal of credit should he given to the skillful and loyal women who keep our cafe' teria going on an even keel. Under the ahle leadcrf ship of Mrs. Knox, many a tasty dish has hcen prepared for the hundreds of famishcd students who daily lwuy their lunches. In this atmosphere ul' cllieicncy, the hustle and hustle of the noon hour is easily overlooked and a great deal of pleasure is added to the school day. where you live hut how you l' l Mr Miss Palmer helps Mrs. Dimmick carve a roast. s. Bognrd and Mrs. Wyeth dish u p dessert. Mrs. Gribbin and M!'s. Taylor work at the stove. vw' Mrs. Knox and Mrs. Carson serve pie. gf 'Q d 2 D .f v ' --XX f, Q , es? X Q ' KIA YW X 1-'ft' 4R. l 1 W SEVEYQJ f-If? 2 im CLUBS ARS POETAE HE Ars l'octac Cluh, sponsorctl hy Miss Mcrlc I. Koch, is onc of tht' outstanding litcrary organiza- tions in school. Tht- main purposc of the cluh is to acquaint thi' mcmhcrs with poctry and thc poets thcmsclvcs. Programs, prcparctl and prcscntctl hy mcmhcrs, convcy thc aims of thc organization. Through the clulfs activitics, its mcmhcrs dcvclop a kccncr apprcciation of poctry. Tht- mcmhcrs of Tayfvxfistalvan wcrc cntcrtaincd at a tca hy thc Ars l'octac Cluh. Each ycar a scrap' hook ul- poems is compiled and scnt to a childrcifs lllllllc. The linal social cvcnt of thc ycar is a tra givcn hy cluh int-nihcrs for thcir mothcrs. BOYS' BOWLING CLUB C UMW W-ED ol' tcn activc tcams competing against Cach othcr, thc Boys' Bowling Clulw undcrwcnt anothcr succcssliul scason with its fifty ocltl mcmhcrs howling cvcry lvlontlay alitcrnoon at thc Sixty- Nmth Struct Bowling Ccntcr. Unclcr the capahlc lcatlt'rship ol' its oilicvrs and Mr. Qicycr. thc clulfs atlviscr, a tcam, matic up of iivc hoys with thc high' cst avvragus, was iiormctl for tht- first timc to howl against othcr schools, Thc tcam scored scvcral Vic' torics ovvr its opponcnts. Rcgular highlights in' clutlctl tht- Fathcr and Son Tournamcnt and thc annual hantluct whcrc awards wcrc matic to the winning tcams and high individual howlcrs. TERRAQUA CLUB JOININKI tht' ranks of Uppcr Darhy High Schools Cluhs, the Tcrratlua Cluh hcgan its carccr this spring untlcr tht- ahlc tlircction of Mr. Clcorgc U. Lowcr ol' tht- Scicncc Dcpartmcnt. Its functions arc to conduct plant and animal survcys in this locality antl to supply hiology tcachcrs with living spccimcns lor classroom usc. During thc spring tht- cluh matic thrcc ficltl trips anti, as a rcsult, was ahlc to supply the Biology Dcf partmcnt with frogs antl toads rggs anti living spccif mcns ol' hytlra and protozoa. Scvcral survcys have hccn matic which consist of paintccl picturcs and any information that might hc hclpful to studcnts ol liiology, on-new Jill ' THE CHESS CLUB FOR twelve years the Chess Cluh has offered to , -I Upper Darhy students the opportunity to display skill in this ancient game of strategy. The league, which provided for interscholastic competition, was composed of teams from Ridley Park, Lower Merion, Yeadon, GlenfNor and Upper Darhy, hut has heen dissolved some years ago. Consequently, the cluh memhers, under the ahle leadership of Miss Urunf herg, are limited to matches among themselves, and spend much of their time in improving their technique. BOYS' HI-Y ONE of the most active cluhs during the past year has heen the Boys' Hi-Y. This organization, under the competent leadership of Mr. R. Wztyiic Boyd, sponsor, and Dave Vogt, president. has heen of great service to the school. Some of the many projects undertaken hy the eluh this year were the huying of war honds, patrolf ling of the halls, ushering at haskethall and foothall games, the organization of several pep rallies, and the sponsoring of afterfschool dances. The "I-lifYan Hop," sponsored every year hy the Boys' HifY, was an informal dance which was at' tended hy a large crowd. Another one of the social functions presented hy the cluh was the l'lifY party, to which only HifY hoys and their dates were ad' mitted. lt was held late in May and was one of the last times for the memhers to he together. DEBATING THIS year found the activities of the dehating team greatly ahhreviatcd. Cas rationing and Vic' tory corp activities in other schools finally conspired to suspend the usual interfscholastic dehates of the suhurhan league. The dehating team was active nevertheless. ln the fall the team was invited to represent Upper Darhy on the KYW "Know Your Schools" program. Select' ing for their question, "Should we have one year's compulsory military training for eighteen year olds after the war," six U, D. pundits in forum discus' sion reviewed some of the many phases of the suhf ject. CLUBS FENCING CLUB STARTING this year almost from scratch. the liencing cluh found a new and interested adviser in Mrs, Patricia Sullivan and a memhership which swelled to 65 memhers, making the cluh one of the largest in the school. Practicing frequently after school in the corridors as many who have heen conf fronted with a stop sign will attest, lessons were given twice a week hy two ol' the more talented and interested meinhers. The hoys' team hroke even in the matches with other schools while the girls were ahle to schedule only one match for their team. GIRLS' BOWLING CLUB EVERY Monday afternoon a group of enthusiastic girls from Upper Darhy High School invade the Lansdowne Bowling Alleys. Under the expert leadership of Miss Ruth Breesc, the Girls' Bowling Cluh pursues its activities. This year the group is not divided into teams he' cause atiterfsehool work makes it impossihle for some to attend every week. The competition, how' ever, is still keen, for prizes are awarded to the hest howlcrs at the end of the year. This cluh is popular in spite of the fact that there is a shortage of pin hoys and the girls have to set up the pins themselves. The willingness of the girls to carry on has heen shown hy the manner in which they have met and taken in stride these dirlieultics. FIRST AID AND SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB MIIS. WKILSTENHCILME, the school nurse, started the First Aid and Social Service Cluh nine years ago. Girls interested in nursing or social service work are memhcrs. Among the projects undertaken this year was the recording of the tem' perature of the class rooms to see if the school is warm enough. The memhcrs have charge of the First Aid stations during air raids. Wlicii Mrs. Vxfolstenholme is called away from the intirmary, the girls have charge. The outside activities include trips to hospitals and other places of interest. This year the girls gave a tca for the Nursing Cluh from Haverford High School. The activities of the cluh are closed hy a picnic in the spring at the home of Mrs. Vxfolstenholme. THE GIRLS' HI-Y THE Girls' HifY was formed in 1927 ff-scholarship, service, and character heing the outstanding qualilications for memhership. This year under the capahle leadership of Doris Butterworth. the cluh continued to render its services to the school. As in previous years, the Girls' HifY has laeen in charge of the information desk. the Lost and Found and its memlaers have ushered at various affairs. Une of the many good deeds performed this year was a Christ' mas Party for a group of children at a settlement house in Philadelphia. In Decemher the cluh purf chased a hundred dollar Wztr Bond with its surplus funds. All the girls look forward to thc informal talks given at the various cluh functions lay Miss Edith Gaukrodgcr, the adviser. The clulfs motto, "Serve VJillingly," is the aim of each meniher. LA SOCIEDAD PANAMERICANA SOCIEDAD PANAMERICANA has helped iurther our good neighhor policy. The eluh has ahout one hundred menihers and they are enter- tained at its monthly meetings hy Spanish music, travelogues, movies, Spanish games, and exhihitions of Spanish curios. This clulw, though only recently formed. has shown wide popularity. Its nieniliers have learned much aliout Latin American life. The cluh's memhership is limited to those studying Spanish or who have studied it in previous years. Under the leadership of its sponsors Miss Goodman and Mr. Clugston, it has heeoine one of the most active cluhs ol' the school. HIPPOCRATES CLUB THE Hippoerates Society is an organi:ation of prospective doctors. They hold meetings twice a month under the supervision of Miss Somertield for the purpose of discussing developments in medif cine and various phases of a medical career. In the past it has heen the society's practice to visit various hospitals in this area to view first hand the field of medicine. This practice has heen discontinued this year hecause of wartime restrictions. Cluh memf hers have lieen working in the Delaware County Hospital to alleviate the shortage of manpower. CLUBS THE LATIN CLUB . , , , . . HIL 1..ttiit Clttlw, witlt Miss Nttlwlv .ts its ttlilc .ttlf viscr, Itttltls its rcgttlnt' ttttitttltly mcutittgs with tltc ptirpiist' mtl' t'iitt'i't4tiiiittg its tiit'iiilit'i's. lwttt .tt tlic s.titit' tiittt- .tlllirtliitg tltcm .tit ttppttrtttttity tu pttrsttc tltt-tt' stmly ul' Rtmtt' .tml its puttplc. 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THE LEEUWENHOEK CLUB AT THIZ 1't'kIl1x'S1 til' .t grctttp ttli sttitluttts tltc 1,t't'ttwt'it1t4it'l4 Clttli was 1-1P1'111L'L11I1 1931 witli Mr. H.ti't'r tts sptittstiii lltntritig tltt' itatiiit' til tlit' fattlwi' til' tltt' ittmlt'i'tt 1iiit'i'ttst'1tpt', Amlttttiy V.ttt lxcttwcitf 1tttt-lt. tltt' ptirpttst' til' tltt' qlttli is ttt givc sttitlcitts, tttittt-v.stt't1 iii l'l1I'I11t'l' ptirstiit til rtiicrtisctipic wtwk, :t t'1t.tttt't- lui' .tt1v.tm't't1 lwittlrtgitxtl i't'st'.ti't'1t. lit 1936 Mr. Null, tltt' pirsuitt sptmsttr .tsstimctl tlit' sptmstwrf sliip til' tltt- t-Ittlm llmlci' ltis 1t'.tt1ct's1tip tltt- Cllllw pcrf littt'itit't1 ttiztity ttvw tltttitis. Aiming tltusc .itilis .trc tlic nntlxittg ul' tiiit't'tisctipit' slitlcs lin' lwitiltigy clqtsscs :tml tltt' t'.ti't' :tml i't'p.tir ul' tltt' St'it'tit't' 13t'pztrtmt'iit's 11iit'i'1tst'4tpt's, 1Vl.tity ttli tltt' llilllll licltl trips, lectures, .tml tttcutiiigs 1t.tvt' Im-tt 1-U1'CQl111C lwcgtttst' ntl' tltc wztr, Iittt tltt' tslttlw limls timc tti c.tt'ry :tit .t luw 01 its pt'1tit't'ts. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS lf Cflfliffllj FRANCAIS, timlcr tltt' luattltwship til Miss T.ty11tr .tml Miss C,1tt'ism.ttt, tiiccts tm tlic scuitttl Tlttirstlaty ul' tutt-11 mtititlt .tml cilfurs to Frcnclt sttttlt-nts at wum1t'r1'u1 ttpptwtttttity tit lit-utittit' licttcr .ttxlttgtitttutl with tlit' pvttplt- tit' Frgtiicc, tlicir ctitttttry, l.tttgtt.tgt-. .tml custttms. Tltt' prtigixtttts for tltt' ttttiittltly ttivctiitgs .tru uttmlttctntl in Frcmlt, ttml ctmf sist til' mttvics, plgtys, Frcmlt stings .tml tluitccs. .tml v.tritttts tttltct' t'tttt'rt.tittittcnts Tltc Frumlt Cluli .ts lls twttttrilitititttt to tltt' w.ti' cllurt tltis ytutr sciit 11 luml tit .ml 1't'cttclt rclttgct' clttltlrcti in C.tn'sic.t .tml Slflly. K lt, 1 .. .H- t xllf J! TAY WISTALVAN D ERIVING its name from four famous authors f Tay from Bayard Taylor, Wist from Oliver Wister, Al from Louisa May Alcott and Van from Henry Van Dyke' "T2ly"WlStLllVlllI is a clulw for girls who are interested in all typcs of literature. Books and plays are discussed at the monthly meetf ings which are held under the faculty supervision of Mix Frances Weiiiier. Each year the cluh attends a play in Philadelphia and has as its main social event a motherfandfdaughter tea. As their conf trihution to the war effort, the clulw memhers are making scraphooks of poems, stories, cartoons, and puzzles, to send to convalescent hospitals for servicef men. THE RIDING CLUB FUR students interested in horsehackfriding, the Riding Cluh, under the ahle advisership of Mrs. Messick and Miss Kerr, offers economical opporf tunities for pleasure and instruction. It provides lessons for heginners while more experienced riders act as instructors who teach the correct method of handling horses and the proper technique of riding. Ten rides during one semester entitle a memlwcr to his cluh pin. This popular cluh, which was organized in 1935, holds monthly husiness meetings and weekly rides. Crossfcountry trips during good weather, and supper rides in the spring are some of the highlights of the year. PLEIADES PLEIADES has had this year, as in previous years, many talented memhers. Under the ahle leader' ship of its new sponsor, Miss Freida Reed, and the dependahlc Mr. Stermer, the eluh has had a very successful year. Pleiadcs has a twoffold purpose. First, to give its members an opportunity to learn as much as possilwle ahout all phases of dramatics. Secondly, it is trying to serve the school, not only hy entertainment hut hy helping other groups in their productions. Emphasis has heen placed upon small group work rather than on large xale productions. The play "The Qld Lady Shows Her Medals" was given for assemhly programs. The study of war plays was the project for the second semester. CLUBS WAR EFFORT ART SERVICE A LMUST :tiiy .tl4tt'i'tiwttii iii Rtitiitt 217 ytitt will Iiml tht' W.lf.A.S. hztrtl :tt wtirk. This cluh st'rvt's tht' stltutil :tml twmiititiitity withtwtit charge. llmlvr tht' c:tp:tlwlt' sptmstwsliip ul' Miss Elizttlwcth Kiitgslcy :tml tht' ch.tirmztiiship ul' Katrl Klitigulf htttl't'r, tht' ultih prtivitlcs ptistvrs .tml .ttlvt'1'tist'mt'uts littr ttmiiy :tctivitics iii tht' sclitinl .tiitl :tlsti fur the v.trititts tlrivcs stich :ts thu March ul' Dimfs. thc litwttrtlt Watt' Lmtn, :tml tht' utllcctitm til' sctntp tm't:tl :tml w.tstt' pztpcr, lt may lit' catllctl tipun :tt :tny timc tu pt'i'l'twt'iii thcst' scrvicus. All ptrstcrs in tht- Nlth Struvt Rnd Cruss l'lc:ttl' tltt:trtt'rs :trt' m:ttlc hy tht- :tml m:tity tif its prutltiuts :tru sccii xtrtittml tht' sclititil. lt hats tlt'vt'l4mpctl lirtiiii tht' Bczttix Arts Clulm which mt'rt'ly supplt'mt'ittt'tl rt'gt1l.tr :trt clatss wttrlt, into :t pattritmtic m'g:titi::ttitiit, LIBRARY CLUB QTAMl'lNll lwttuks, ulitmkitig, rcticwing, putting L tht'm .tw.ty thcst- :tru at l't'w til tht- v.trit'tl :tctivif tics with which tht- mt'mlwt'rs til' tht' Lihr:try Cltth littsy tltt'mst'lvcs during tht'ir l'rt't' pcriiitls. Umlcr tht' lt'.ttlt'rship ul' lvlrs. lvlvssiclt. this Cllllw mit only till't'rs t'tlttc:ttitm:tl t'xpt'rit'm'u to thtwsc ititrrcstctl in liluntry work lwttt :tlsu rcmlurs xt grtxtt scrvict' to tht: sulititil. Asitlc lrtmt tht'ir wtirk, tht' girls riml timc tu h:tvt' :t tluggit' rtiztst in tht' spring, :t Christmzts l':tt'ty. .tml tu ctmitcltltlt' tht' ytxtr with .t Mtithur :tml Datughf tt'r l3:tmgm't. Diving tht'ir p:trt fur tht' wztr cfftirt, this ytwir tht' mvmhcrs spuitstn't'Ll xt matgxtzim' ctmpaigit :tml p:tsst'tl tht'ir gtml til' ton thwt1s:tml hy ftttir ltttmlrutl :tml cightyfsix, WORLD AFFAIRS FORUM U Nlblili tht' gttitlztmm' til' Mr. litmliiitstiti, tht' mem' hcrs til' tht- Vwftirltl Affairs Fttrttm h:tvt' taken up military prttlilums, tht- plight nl nur :tllictl mttiuiis, :tml h.tvt' :tlsu tuttclttxl tipun pttstxxwtr plans. ln the lirst Ii.tIt' ul' tht' yt':tr ct'rt:tiii im'mlit'rs :tttcmlctl tht' l'ppt'r lltrlwy Rwt:try Cilttlw .tml t'iitt'rt'tl into n panel tliscttssitin uit "Thu Kiml tml' :t Wtwi'ltl l WJll1L.q1 l'nt'sitlt's ptwiiiiutiitg :t lwttcr Il!1LlCl'SIlll1LllllQ tif ptilitiutl :tml t't'ttiitnitit' cttmlitittiis to its ttwtt mcitihcrs, thc cltth h:ts prt'st'iitt'tl st'vt'r.tl furttm :tssctiihlics tu thc uittirt' stmlciit hotly. liilltiviiutxl hy tht' Vsfttrltl Affairs Forum. the llppur lltrhy Ftirttm w:ts wrg.tt1i:t'tl :tml thc twti lt.tvt' lwt't'ii in cltisc ctmpt'1':tti4tit tluring thu past yc:tr. The drill team sponsored by Mr. Hall . . . Miss Grunberg and the German club . . . Off to W'asl1ington . . . The Steinmetz Scientiflc Society when Mr. OL-rlein was sponsor . . . Mr. Boyd and the debat- ing team . . . The Tay-Wistalvan with Mr. Boycl as its sponsor . . . IN DAYS OF OLD Fortyftlzree Front Row: Randolph, McCambridge, White, Nlulhern, Hirsch, Downs, Joyce Back Row: Huft, Hough, s anne y, Schellhase. Front Row: McCauley, Hank, Free, Fillipone. Rodes, Whitnian, Butterworth, Thompson, Stoughton Way, Hatch, Thomas, Dickson, Long, Birch, Schellhase, Hester. Second Row: Smith, Johnson, Allen, Buckman, Overstreet, Stottler, Fornnd, De-lure, lVlcCambridge, San- ney, Aruffo, Armstrong, Ayres, Lenham, Tros- tel, Hardy, Stanish, Stiles, Webster, Jacobsen, Grigshy. Third Row: Mohney, Labrum, Wrigl1t, Lyman, Forsgard, Clark, Barrow, Nlackin, Reed, Horn, Rose, Eichner, Brown, Trout, Cook, Ely, Hoskins, Cripps, Bradley, Hemi, Brown, Gillespie. Las! Row: Cleveland, Engle, Dale, Hollis, Schellhase, Emmanuel, Randolph, Dilvekio, Wilsterixian, Lentz, Parris, Pappas, Diprima, Geoffrey, Adams, Beyler, Meier, Fritz, Kelly, Damon, McCann, Ferris. HREE organizations elected hy the student hody are responsihle for our student government :it Upper Dzirhy: the Student Couneil, the Trihunzll, and the Board ol' Monitors. Witli gi totail inemhership of 71, the Student Counf eil, the largest oi' these three hodies, is eoinposed of ., x Fortx'-four ezieh home room president and representatives from the various school zletivities. The school laws which govern us are drawn up hy the Student Council. The Trihunail, judiciary LlC17ll1'IIUCIlf of the school, is made up of twelve niemhersf' ftwo hoys and two girls elected from the stuff of monitors twice eaieh year. This group judges cases which are brought hefore them hy the hoard of monitors. It is the duty of the monitors to maintain neat' ness and order throughout our corridors and in the cafeteria during the lunch periods. This body conf sists of eleven hoys and eleven girls chosen from each of the three classes to serve during their ref spective lunch periods. These three organiaztions and their members cxf emplify Upper Dnrhy's democratic system of gov' ernment. . My WW ffl W7 X W 7 my . Below Front Row: Holt, Mayer, Trostel, DiPrima, Geoffrey, Griffiths, Supowitz, Nagel. Second Row: Birmingham, McCann, Fritz, Schellhase, Kahn, Hatch, Hounsell, Ross, Newton, Geiss, Speers, Parris. A f 7' ll Q C ' 1 Q The Cask Joe ?en6XeRon ..A.,. A A A A ...,,, A Lodxs Sheaxn Mr. Jordan A A A A ,,, A V....,..,,.......,,,.,. Davko Thomas Messenger TOYS A A ,... A ...A .,.,...4..,...A.,,.....,. 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Nor will they forget the dog who never improved enough for performance. He provided diversion for the east by amhling on and oil without regard for his cues. Then there was the prohlem of tiptoeing hetween the scrim curtain and olco without knock' ing down Mr. Jordan, the messengers, or any of the throng of heavenfdestined travelers. The audience will long rememher the hewilderf ment of Joe "In the pinkl' Pendleton as he tried, with the aid of Mr. Jordan and his heavenly crew, to find an adequate hody for his prefmaturely heaven hound soul. Nor will they soon forget Max Levene crying vainly after joe's ghost, "joel Joe! cuss the play. Joe Pendleton and his sax meet Where are you! Who are you now! Let Mzlx know! Ilm going screw ll' or Mr. ordan wow wing uv amid Mr. Jordan. 9 'x Q We QQ il KC Fortyfscwn lights and hedlam to proclaim the deathlessness of the soul or the design in human living. Heaven Crm Wait was the result of the eooperaf tion of the entire class in acting. painting scenery, managing make up and amassing the maze of propf erties and costumes which are vital parts of every play. Its success was due to Miss Reeds patient. skillful coordination of these elements into one artistic whole. CURSICN of "S. S. HAPPINESS" ll, Fortyfeight PASSENGER LIST Directed luv FRIIQIIA E. RIQIID OHAlJl.AlI RICII ..... LINTON ............,.. STEVENS ..,.....,. PoP ............ GILCHRIST ...,.,.... MATSUN ...,.....,.,.... 'IONATIIAN RIuII .. CANDY BOY .......... . ,A...........A. Al Nom , ....,.,.... joe Bender .........Vs'arre11 Turner ..........Bill MLCMTITI .,...,.,Harrv Drew ,.......Al Williams ....,..Bob Oppelr .....,....Bill Slmron MRS. GIQASLINIQ ,,,,.. ...... X1 'irginia Brown MIKE GIaAsLINI,: ,..... ..... B ob Hollis MAC CIILMAN ...... ..,..,..,.....,. j ames Dale Mlss Dowlwlri ..... LoI.LII5 ......,....,.. MARTIIA ........ AIKEN .............. MRS. FITIZIIFI. MR. lfII'c1IIIfI, ,... . Tx-.ssIIa ....,..,...... Dfusv . ..,.,. .. MAlilJIJN .,.. EII. If If N ...,.... .,...... PIIo'I'oI:ImIfY GIRIA MR. NNINIIII ..A.... Mus, NVINQIII ,..... XVINCII CIIIIIIIII-N LIzIi PITMAN A...... , RII:II.AxIiIu PITNIAN . PAT S'I.oAN ......,.,. RADIO X1OlCli ..,.,. Vvbolus ............, Tom' .................. UNIwI4,RsTI'IuIIls. lime Tomlm. VI J. excursion. ........RutlI AL'ilfCT7Hd7l1l ..,Lliild7l Overstreet ..........OlI1'e Axhmead ..........IiIClq Gillbonx ......Elxic Pompeii ..........Le11 MIIllIer11 .........Marcm SL'illl'd7'Z ..,.....Alcea Libemtore Slapowitz Harlmra Repslm ' Elinor Nioore lllllt' Tomlm fW4Irx'a1ImI LU7lild1Yl Roger VI11IVei'l1te11 ., ...,...,.... Sullv Terlges 'Elmor Ivfoore ......,'iBdTi7dTd Repxlza Buddv Moore ,......,..,.,lm1e Nagel ............BIll Rzdpatlz ,. .....,... Fred Forsgard ..........joe Bender ..,...Dexter Baker .......Rav Clarke rgmm Duncim, Eva M, Tubbs Anticipating a peaceful ,f-at yew-.atv X , S Going home after an unforgettable spree. ' D Builders of Coast Guard interrupts excursion. FO7f5"7'li716 l JUNIOR PLAY NCHORS AWEILIH and east off! The S, S. Happiness under the capable command of Al Niden, complete with colorful crew and char' aeters sailed on its last and most hectic voyageg in the course of which boy meets girl, a revolution has its beginning and the whole city of New York is aroused. The arrival of the Coast Guard finally restore things to normal. Excursion under the skillful direction of Miss Frieda Reed was the first junior play to be an all' student production. In addition to the acting, all of the sets and makeup were student projects. Despite the absence of professional assistance, the play lacked none of the polish which has characterized the plays in the past. Mr. Fitchell and Mrs. Geasling kept the audience laughing throughout the entire evening. The aceurf ate character portrayed by the cast and the cooperaf tion of all those concerned made the evening one which will long be remembered by the audience. Dorothy Janda, our beautiful May Queen xi x N lVQaN"-.- ' - 'Ti New 5 Mia X 1 'X-3 , Wk. J "A , 35 1 m,. Xi. FA Vgif. ,km F, x N K NE of the most picturesque and heautiful of all Upper Darhy High Schools events is May Day. People from far and near gather to witness this traditional cclehration. lt is not to he outshone hy any festival in this district. The May Queen, Dorothy janda, and her court, chosen hy student hallot, presided over the activities. The main event of the day was the crowning of the lvlay Queen, followed hy May Pole dances, square dancing, rhythmic drills, and the relays and games. May Day is the climax of the contest hctween the purplcs and the golds and it determines the winning team. We hope that this custom of celebrating May Day will continue for many years to come. The May Queen and her court in all their finery. Fiftyfone " A 'X if The orchestra divided into its four groups-the strings, the pianists, the percussion instruments, the brasses. 44 ET me liear those last few measures again' "Reniemlver, tl1cre's a Crescendo at tlie end." Those words liave a familiar ring to any memlaer of the oreliestra and are spuken lay Director D. M. Haupt at every reliearsal. The ureliestra lias its reliearsals divided su tliat tlinse playing stringed instruments practice separf ately un Ivlonday and Friday, wliile tliose playing wnml and lwrass instruments reliearse on Tuesday and Thursday. Tlien, tlie entire group can lie lieartl working away on Vxfednesday afternoons, Tliis system provides fur liettei' intlividual training antl a finer niusie gmup. ljneli year, tlie liest players reeeive tlie nppurf tunity to play in tlie Suutlieastern District Oreliesf tra and tlie Pennsylvania AllfState Orcliestra. Nut unly do tlie memliers learn il great deal alwut using their instrumeiits correctly, liut tlie organization lias a stimulating inlluenee upon its players. In atltlitiun, eaeli memlwer gets true enjoy' ment iirwin liis efforts. l Mr' Hi l"," "1" ' i'i' "l' ' S T R I C T LY I N S T R U M E N TA L 3, .,.. Edna Bixler, Mary Bell, and Nancy Green perform for the crowd. STRIKE UP THE BAND ESIDES its time honored tradition of adding color and spirit to athletic contests, the band is active in many other ways. Its seventy members, under the capable direction of Mr. Michael Dotti, have made frequent appearances this year. This musical group has provided concerts in the junior High School, in our own class assemblies, and at many public gatherings throughout the township. Several members of the band have formed quarf tets and other brass sections and have entertained at various occasions. These individual activities of band members aid in bringing out hidden talent and enable advanced pupils to obtain more training. The scheduled practices occur three periods each week and students obtain credits for their work during the regular class periods. Besides these sessions, the band members practice during study periods. In the fall, marching drills are perfected before school hours. The band is becoming an inf crcasingly important factor in school life. The band in full regalia poses for the cameramang Mr. Dotti strikes up the band. t f.......,,,,,,, r'i+-sif- ' ' ' f ., fi23f,5!l,,A, ar gin.. 1, V. 5. .1,.U JI' ' 1 f Vg. PM ' t , 1 Hx' 1 llgflk . t,',,. 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' Xlcx Tclnplvtoi1, who plzlycd with us. logcthcr with noun' of his ildlllil'0l'S .... AND THE ANGELS SING The A Capella in a formal setting Below: The special group from the Minstrel Show. Dorothy janda, Vice-Secretaryg William Phillips, Vice President: Bernice Hatch, Presidentg Joe Cook, Treas urerg Elna Jacobsen, Secretary-Choral Club Officers. HE A Cappcllzi Choir is unc nf thc must Llis' tinguishccl musical nrgainizzitiuns in our schnnl, and is wcllfknown thrimughuut thc cntirc Philaiclcl' phizi airczi. Its mcinhcrship is iillccl hy vocalists who have had unc yczlr of choral training :incl wht: :irc C2ll72llWlC of passing zi vnicc tcst. Aiming thc aictivitics of thc choir this ycur wcrc pcrfurinzinccs :it thc First Christian Church and thc Wcst Chcstcr Stzitc Tcaichcrs' Cwllcgc. Mcinhcrs of the chuir auclcd :lt various zissclnhly prngranns. Functioning within thc choir zirc spccizil musical groups who furnish vnricty :ind intcrcst at thc conf ccrts, Among thcsc are ai mgilc qugirtcttc, ii mixccl quzirtcttc, Il spcciail girls' chorus, :incl many snlnists. I Ki b Q, Sk sc. ,f T W .QQ J f 66.2. ' 51.1, "ic ""'+V- ws N Q .1 1' 211' ., 1534- P 1 1 f A , , g N wx 7' M ,X 'f' ww A hw- QM x hh! ,li 4.-Jw , 5 QNX A 1 :og 1 ' 5? I 0 'H 5 'rv U Q . wg S35 is gg x A ge! 9 4 F 3' i 85529 ,,,L f-ls. lv 'M R .0 ' ci 5 VE NP QS' ffwg 6 -- mm 1... Nm... 1 'wh 'MTU 'Hill if X, ff F3 '-:' Q5 3,4 , 4, A is L"i.f'- ' 9 fl 4 z 1 Mm S5 Z awk, , M Q 5 ,, .Wwe- ' A A ew' Ks, I , . , " ' ff ' s if ' wax AX I , HISTORY OF PUBLICATIONS TODAY publications play a large part in the school life of Upper Darby. We read the Acom, Upi-Dah and OAK and say how wonderful they are, not realizing that they have all grown from one small periodical. We must give due credit to all those students and teachers who have worked on our school publications, for making them what they are today. ' Upper Darby High School's first paper was the U.D.H.S., which came out on November 17, 1916 and contained four three-column pages. It was discontinued for one year because of World War I. When it was started again in 1918 the war was over and the editorials followed that joyous vein. In Volume IV, 1920 the U.D.H.S. became the Upi-Dah, the name which is familiar to us today. As we look back over each issue we begin to recognize the names of more and more teachers that we have now. Miss Carol Lipman was editor of the Upi-Dah in 1927-1928 just before the Acorn was introduced. In every edition we discover some part of the magazine that resembles closely the latest Upi-Dah. "Fideles" "a page devoted to prominent students" appeared in the 1923-1924 issue. Each volume continued the record of school activities, but each issue had more stories and poetry. In the years of its existence the Upi-Dah has had three very special issues. In 1925-1926, the covers of both the Christmas and Easter issues were hand- painted-all seven hundred and fifty of them. Then in 1942, an especially excellent editiion of the Upi-Dah was published, under the editorship of Eleanor Bassett, to celebrate the twenty-fifth anni- versary of the magazine. The next publication to come into being was the 1 iil af 1 . li? Fifty-eight Acorn. Although the Upi-Dah was a fine publica- tion, need was felt for more up-to-date news. On November 22, 1928, the first issue of the Acom was distributed, and it met with immediate approval from teachers and students alike. Through the years the Acom has remained almost the same in its lay- out. Its size has always been the present four-page type. This part from one of the editorials in the first issue tells the whole story of the Acorn-"Coming in the year that marks the passing of our oak tree, that has stood here for over two hundred years, a symbol of 'Noble, strong, and upright life,' the Acom takes its place, promising to grow and gain and give. It has been planted in the soil of worthy tradition, it will be nourished by the forces of sportsmanship and scholarship, it will gain in the growth-giving light of service, and grow with a greater Upper Darby." The yearbook also emerged from the U.D.H.S. In 1919 the first commencement number was pub- lished and called the U.D.H.S. Class Record. Its only resemblance to the OAK was the record and group picture of the fourteen graduates. The Erst edition to be devoted entirely to the class was the Upi-Dah Class Record, June 1921. Individual pic- tures of the graduates appeared in 1922. The record of each class was contained in the last issue of the Upi-Dah each year until it was named the OAK in 1930. Since then it has continued to grow into the wonderful record of our senior year that we will have as a reminder of Upper Darby in 1943-1944. For fifty years Upper Darby High has grown in every way. In the years to come may the publica- tions become better and better. " ' -' - . , ' , -, v. , ' lla... .L..L..1.u,'I:iI.lL2i4iA":,..t...-..i-Lu.. Q d. .'..I...g..r.a,-..1m..::a.Liai.s..m1isan...,..4n.i..mma.r.ea.-vu.s1:..i..a,f.a.,x.Jaaa........n....t,..ts.....u . .11 L. , . M: -I UPI-DAH UPI-DAH STAFF Top Row: Don Garson, Robert Dellheim, Arthur Mc- Cann, Peter Dellheim. Middlt' Row: Leona Grace, Lois Hart, Nancy Dickson, Natalie Ford, Betty Hardy, Rita Newton, Ann Chapman, Louise Gallagher. Bottom Ron: Francis Bernard, Lois Craft, Elna Jacobsen, co-cditorg Lorraine Stanco, Barbara lVlcCambridge, co-editor, Lil- lian Emmert, Francis Heyl, Doris Smith. HE Uhzflitili corn-:s out oncc at yan' and is coinnoscd of stnrics. -:ss.iys. :intl lwocins writtcn hy the students. Um' of thc outstazntlf ing ticaturcs is Fitlchx which honors outstanding mcinhcrs of thc Scnioi' class. Tht-ru atc four stzttls working catch year to givc us this nuhlicaition. Thu litcrgity staitl, untlcr tht- direction of their cofctlitors. Btirhani Mclliinhritlgc and Elnzi ,lacohscn and also thcir adviscr, Miss Edith liLlLllil'lKlgCl', reads and sclccts :ill ingintiscripts suhinittcd hy the stuf tlcnt hotly. Thc inaggtlinc is illustrgttctl hy the art stzitli with the uid of its .idviscn Miss Elilahcth Kingslcy. Thc sccrcttirics typc the sclcctctl inginuscripts and the hnsincss cnd is hzindlccl hy Mr. Clayton Shcnlt. The pnhlication of this iniigttzinc givcs viiluxihlc cxpcricncc to thosc working on its stalls. lt affords thcm cxpcricncc in prootfrcatd- ing, writing. iudging, .ind working in closc cooperation with catch othcr. lt is only through wcll intcgrxitcd ctlorts of thc mcmhcrs of the Uf1ifDttli staffs that this Illllgllllllt' can hc puhlishctl t-:ich yciir. ln so doing it c.it'rics out its maiin ohjcctivc, that ot giving rccognition to tliofc intcrcstcd in the litcrxiry and art liclds and to prcscnt their ci'c.ttiyc works. The literary staff reading manuscriptsg art editor Lorraine Stanco and co-edi- tors Elna Jacobsen and Barbara Mc- Cambridge hold a conference, the typists hard at worlc. IIET EASE , 1 'W ex 4 'N ,av ht ' TI' Q f I .ww x 1 x.. x Q V , x in n-v 'img m , wif " 5 1 X? V Q :Q f mf vw fi .., - K , fi? '7 as sr W Y, 'W ' an 55 I V , . +1 " -2 ' 'Hg Y Y' "" X' A? Xxx x 1 ' ww? , xq.. X W x N' KL Q . 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X QM 'N .rv 4' 5252 QQ, Qi LH :ww f 2 2 2 E aww s ,,,,, , THE PIGSKIN PARADE NDER the skillful coaching of Head Ivientor Carlton Mefort, Line Coach jim Bonder, and Backheld Coach "Dutch" Loeh, Upper Darhy's 1943 Gridiron Gang turned in a season surpassed only lwy the 1939 aggregation. After the Royals had held all rivals scoreless for four games, their opponents eked out a meager 38 points, as compared to the UpifDah's total of 109. In the opening game of the season, the Royals played the InterfAcademic Champion Episcopal Academy team to a scoreless tie, which was definitely a moral victory for Upper Darhy. After this, they went on to blank Radnor, Haverford, and Lans' downe, themselves amassing greater scores in each successive game. The Royals do not usually oppose Haverford so early in the season, but since the P. S. . I SCHEDULE Episcopal .. . 0 Radnor ........ .. ., 0 Haverford ..,.... ...,. 0 Lansdowne ..... . 0 Abington ,i,. ..... 7 Media ...,,......... ..,.. 0 Lower Merion ...i.,.,.. 25 Haverford ...,,.,. . ,. 6 OPP U D Smith makes a circus catch of touchdown pass as McKenna helps ' 'Q' W! 'Q 9 . ,lmif ,I M ef MN 'W S65 m 5 VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Garner, Kennedy, Hirsch, MacGregor, co- bach, Shaw, Mitchell, Coffin, McKenna, Hoskins, Bol- captaing Bevis, co-captaing Smith, Birmingham, Diel- linger, manager. Last Row: Schellhase, Keerley, Lentz, ens, Strahley. Second Row: Bradley, managerg Way, Henn, Klingelhoffer, Fritz, Kirkpatrick, Rawlings, Leidy, Duffy, Valentine, Miller, Foreman, Donzanti, Bans- Grainger. Co-captains Bevis and MacGregor and Captain Smith of Episcopal listen to pre-game instructions. Sixtvfsix end of a 25 to 6 win. Their spirits dampened hy defeat, the Royals gave way to a strengthened Havf erford team in the first half of the Thanksgiving Day classic. However, rested hy a hrief interval, and inspired hy an enthusiastic pep talk, they ref turned to the field to sulwdue their wouldflwe conf querors in the last game of the season. Among last Fall's accomplishments were the ref gaining of the "Old Oaken Bucket" from Lansf downe, and Capture of the Thomas bl. Millie Trophy as a permanent fixture for the Purple and Gold trophy cases. This award has heen fought for lay hoth Haverford and Upper Darhy for five years, and was finally hestowed upon Upper Darliy for winning three of the annual contests. Many of the Royals received recognition for their outstanding play. Gus Dielens, aee triple threater, was voted most valuable lay his team' mates. Upper Darlwy players ehosen for the All- Big Six team were Gil Kelley, Gus Dielens, jack Birmingham, Chick Smith, Stew Bevis, jack Mile' Gregor, Chuck Strahley, and Dick Garner. Garner s Birmingham gets across. and Bevis were also named on the AllfSeholastie Team. Because of war necessities, there was no Junior Varsity team this year, hut the seven returning let' termen will provide the lwasis for another strong team next year. N 2.14 , A1 I A Lower Marion Halfback bites the dust as Miller charges. A' .ml K 5 ff x Ulf X .fran ,- 3' , ONE, TWO, THREE, KICK UE to a lack of needed punch in the forward wall, the Royal hooters found themselves near the cellar of the Suhurhan Conference for the third consecutive year. The offensive power necessary to push through winning goals was definitely lacking, although the hackfield, hraced hy the expert goal' tending of Nick Kaniuka, showed good form throughout the season. The fact that the Royals were only twice hcaten hy more than one point is ample proof of the need for experience in the line. These two defeats were hoth meted out hy a very powerful Bethlehem team. Coach Thomas J. Mlll1CqS many years of coaching experience served the team in good stead, for. after losing their opening matches, the Royals hit a winning streak and hlanked hoth West Philadelphia and Haverford. After howing to Bethlehem and Ahington, they rehounded to avenge an earlier dc- feat hy heating a surprised Lower Mcrion team. From this point on thc Royals were again defeated hy three former opponents until the return match with Ahington. ln this game the score was knotted at two tallies apicec. The prospects for next season are not very promising, for most of this year's regulars are slated to graduate this spring. jack Campbell meets the Episcopal captain as an official looks on. Ed Pecko draws a bead on the opponent's goal. Taraba, Pecko, and a number of Bethlehem players watch a corner shot. ir... 'r '-'-it--1' ... . if" A '----.ae"- ' i ' rdxg ""1'-. A f , 'X Iii. A p ..i 1. 1 5 '51- n l y 'ls 'av ,all .. ':'un.:i:c .A .if i'M.'iimt'-'ffl-fia" I 5, T Sf X 9 6 ,X 52, Y 4 ' f ' gf 71. 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Previous to this run, they had heaten all suhurlian teams, won a suhurhan Championship, and two P. I. A. A. District One Championship Runs. Lower Merion was the first team to he outclassed hy the Royal harriers. This race was held on a neutral course. therehy giving neither school the advantage of running on a course to which they were accustomed. The supcrh running of Geary and Love proved a hearty challenge to the untried Roy' als. Upper Darhy traveled next to Chester, where they rung up a perfect score. despite. a terrific del' uge of rain and a tedious course. new to the team. The harriers ran next against Norristown, over their own ground, and easily outdistanced most of their competitors. Dominic Venalia came in first to spoil Upper Darhy's almost perfect score, and set a new course record of 15:21. The record of 15:22 had heen held previously hy Reed Clayton. of the Royals 1942 team. Close upon Venazia's heels was sophomore Sam Brown, an inexperienced runner, who proved to he Coach Strange! most valuahle dis' eovery this year. Upper Darhy's harriers crowed the finish line in a compact group which was well ahead of the majority of the field to capture first honors in the District One meet a few weeks later. This was the Hrst time any team had placed seven out of the first twelve runners in this event. The meet was run over the turf of the Colwlfs Creek golf course. The team had heen practicing running on such VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY Front Row: Vogt, Rosborough, captaing Brown. Back Row: Thomas, manager, Crane, Han- ford, Young, Dillman, Mr. Strange, coach. LONG, TRAIL AWINDING ground for some time hefore the meet at Beverly Hills. Captain Roshorough was the first of the Royals to eros the finish line and was closely folf lowed hy six teamfmates. Seven days later, the Royals ran against an almost identical field at Maireus Hook, and, of eourse, duplicated their def eisive vietory, David Vogt and Sam Brown scoring iirst for U, D. After careful eonsideration, the undefeated team was given permision to attend the State Meet at Altoona. A sum of money was appropriated hy the Athletic Council to meet the expenses of the trip. The decision was well worth while, for the team carried home second honors. The race was the most gruelling that most of the harriers had ever ex' perieneed. The Royals evidently took this in their stride, however. for Mount Lehanon scored only eight points lower than Upper Darhy to clinch the meet in their favor. A total of nineteen sehools were represented in the Held of ninetyftwo of the hest scholastic runners in the state. Altogether, the team was as well halaneed as any team Upper Darhy has ever produced, and well deserved the honor they reaped for themselves. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE OPP. U. D. Lower Merion ..,. 32 27 Chester . ... ,. . . 67 15 Norristown .. . ,,..,,. , ,.,., ........ 55 20 fLow Score Winsl District One P.I.A.A. Championship Run ,..,. First Place Marcus Hook P.I.A.A. Meet .. .. ,. ., ,. .First Place State Championship Run ., .. Second Place Coach Strange giving last minute instructions to the cross country squad. Rosborough, Vogt, Dillman, and Brown leading the pack Captain Rosborough near the finish Thomas, Brown, and Wise-Novice race winners. J V CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE OPP. lrower Merion 62 Chester i 81 Springfield - 38 Norristown 18 District One Meet First fLow score wins? R' .ma i' U.D. 15 15 27 15 Place in RODUCING perfect scores in three out of four dual meets, the records of the undefeated Junior Varsity runners were well in keeping with the pace set hy the Varsity's triumphant season. The first meet was held at Nlorris Park against Lower lvlerion. The Royals turned in a perfect score and started the season off with a hang, although the course was new to the harriers of hoth teams. In pouring rain, and on a gruclling. slippery course, the harriers rang up another perfect score against Chester. The Royals again faced severe handicaps as they nosed out Springfield a few weeks later. Besides running on an unfamiliar course, and against a first string team, the harriers were confronted hy perverse weather conditions. A week later, they again reigned supreme hy placf ing the first seven runners for another perfect score against Norristown on their home course. This very decisive victory was quite a hlow to the more ex' perienced Norristown runners, who had expected to win the Jay Vee meet. Richard Olsen and Roland Thomas led the team to victory at Cohlfs Creek in the P.l.A.A. District One Championship Run. This triumph concluded the Jay Vee's season. A large part of the team was composed of sophomores many of whom should see action as varsity runners next Fall. Roland Thomas and Dick Olsen vie for first place. Mr. Strange's hill-and-clalers get a workout. JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY First Row: Summersg Wiseg Facklerg Olseng R. Thomasg Wrightg Merkleg Cook. Second Row: Hooveng Loyleg Harrisg Clarkg Browng Funky Sowersg Cowang Snavely. Third Row: Gayg Hahng McClungg Howserg Hotchkissg Criderg Devittg Weatherlowg D. Thomas. PORTING an inexperienced squad comprised mainly of Sophomores, Mrs. A. J. Westervelt coached the junior Varsity Royalettes through a fairly presentable season. Although the Jay Vees were able to tally only one goal this season, this by sophomore Nadine MacNamee, their record of three ties compares favorably with the records of previous teams. The Royal Stick Wielders journeyed iirst to Lower Merion to be defeated in their first contest. Alf though they failed to earn any goals themselves, the Royalettcs recovered sufficiently from the Lower Ivlcrion tilt to hold a pointfthirsty Yeadon eleven scoreless. Two days later the jay Vees traveled to Radnor where the additional obstacle of a muddy field was encountered. Although the Purple and Gold ranks played hard, the Radnor girls slipped the sphere through to score the deciding goal. Under a terrific deluge of rain, the Upper Darby girls fought Lansdowne to a scoreless deadlock. The Royalettes next played host to Swarthmore and Sharon Hill, being defeated by both of their guests. I-laverford's formidable team scored early, but the UpifDolls retaliated with a tally of their own to tie their northern neighbors. The Jay Vees next fell victim to the Norristown Eagles, finishing the season with their Hfth loss. Although the records did not show a winning team, the girls gathered valuable experience which will stand them in good stead next year when many will be occupying varsity berths. Lower Marion Yeadon ...,,. Radnor Lansdowne . Swarthmore . Sharon Hill . Haverford .... Norristown .. . JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY First Row: Masong Millsg DiGenovag Dunking Protestog Brooksg Mandisg Black. Second Row: Mesorleyg Sunderlandg Humphreysg Weaverg Schultzg Riesg Buckman. Third Row: Graceg Hicksg Jandag Armstrongg Coppg Forstadt. J V HOCKEY SCHEDULE OPP. U.D. , 2 0 , 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 Shirley Mason and her opponent lunge for the ball. Barbara Taylor and Florence Weaver dribble the ball down the Held. 1ti.x..i.t:ew:f4w,a- .J -mas:Q,1fr.v. 1 , f , fswis.. . .4 .,..., ng. no H A .1 -.. . :wi .fem N- L WITH A TWIST . 4 Goalie Lorna Copp on the alert. Mrs. Westervelt and Miss Scott look Betty Hardy and her opponent ready over the line-up. for the tap-off. The bench looks on with interest. snp1n1 . n UFFERING only one loss out of eight starts, the Purple and Gold Hockey girls completed one of the hest seasons in the sport's history. Coached hy Miss Marion Scott, the girls conquered all neighhorf ing high school teams, and were defeated only lay a firstfrate college eleven. First victim of the Royal Stick Wieldei's was the Lower Ivlerion eleven, They proved to he a strong team and were heaten only after a hard struggle. The Royaletres then took on Yeadon on the home field and emerged victorious Zfl. Radnor was the next school to lie visited and conf cyueredg after which Lansdowne was treated in like manner. This game was called early hecause of had weather conditions, and the girls adjourned to share some refreshments with their defeated opponents. Swarthmore College invaded Upper Darhy a few days later, and the more experienced girls quelled the UpifDolls' offense. As the final whistle lwlew, the Upper Darhy was on the short end of a 243 score. Sharon Hill and Haverford were the Royalettes' next victims, and lioth were decisively defeated. In the final contest of the year, Norristown knotted the score at lfl. and neither team was ahle to push through another score. GIRLS' HOCKEY Front Row: Hamilton, Protesto, Griffiths, Schellhase, McCambridge, captaing Mutchler, Rourke, Schoch, Massimino. Back Row: Heyl, manager, MacNamee, Heacock, Copp, Arm strong, Hardy, Smith, Dickson, Taylor. OF THE WRIST Uwnfiwiz Ulf? -f'Ll.,, Doris Hamilton about to tap off. Doris Schoch dashes after the ball. SCHEDULE OPP. Lower Merion .. 1 Yeadon , . . 1 Radnor . . 2 Lansdowne , , 0 Swarthmore 2 Sharon Hill .,...,. 0 Haverford , Norristown ,, Seventyffive 1 1 2 3 2 0 2 3 1 I 1 'I U-P-P-E-R D-A-R-B-Y A long yea team. Beat Lower Merion. HIP, HIP, HOORAY HE Cl1CCI'lCLlklCl'S lizivc duno xi fini: juli during tlmc The cheerleaders are inunzigcd lvy junior Carolyn 194344 sports scnsnn. Rcccntly Ur. Niiiicgwrnw Olsen, and :irc under thc cziptalincy of senior Peggy sninl tlmt it was nhl- lwst cliucring squziul tlizit lim has Ellis. Other scninr mcmlwcrs are Ma1i'ic Dodnm. -lcnn scvn in nhl- lust sixtccn ycairs. Vkfortlcy, Bctty Nyc, Rim Tuinzlsco, and Russ llndcr the czipailwlu spwiismsliip of Miss Lucillc Thzlycr. Russ is now in thc Navy. The ,iUl1lOI'S1ll'C Hcncliry. tlivy lmvc sllppnrtcgl tliu fnnrlmll and Marilyn Fox, Ginny Brown, Henry Salvxlrd, and lmskctlwzlll tczims and liaivc kcpt tlic spcctgltnrs fired Tcrry Wclwcr. Lust lwut not lcaist the soplininurc with untliusialsin. cheerleaders :irc Luis Rupp and Kutlllccn Filipnnc. Standing: Dodnrog Wortleyg Tomascog Nyeg Olsen, Standing: Browng Filliponeg Grifflthsg Rappg Fox. Si manager. Kneeling: Ellis, captain. ting: Savardg Weber. W' like J S BOYS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Rauf: Wilkinson, Naughton, Schellhase, Russell, DeLeon, Walters. Third Row: Mr. Bennett, coachg Wy- Brown. Second Row: Mathers, Baker, Sheldon, Grigsby, lie, Hyatt, Anderson, Bell, Quigley, Henn, Rupp, Mr. Radnor Norristown Lower Merion Haverford Radnor Abington Lansdowne Norristown Penn Charter Penn Charter Swarthmore Lower Merion Haverford Lansdowne Abington SCHEDULE OPP. . 25 8 . 23 . . 19 ,. .. 29 .. 27 18 16 28 25 18 35 .. 30 . 16 21 Hagerty, coach. J V BASKETBALL R. ROBERT S. BENNETT, one of the most recent faculty additions, took over the responsibility of the Junior Varsity Baskethall squad this year, and earned praise for the superh -joh he did in molding sophomores and juniors into a coordinated hasketlwall machine. After the final whistles had sounded, and the smoke had cleared away, the jay Vees found themselves with only three lwlack marks on their record, whereas they had triumphed in a dozen contests. The only team which the Jay Vecs played and was not alale to suhduc was the potent Lower Merion aggregation. Haverford, after taking over the Royal drihhlers on the Fordian court, was very surf prised to see the UpifDahs nose them out 3230, later in the season. In the Kiwanis Tournament, several hoys who had played J.V. hall during the regular season were moved up to the varsity squad. Against Clifton Heights, these Royals almost managed to turn the tide. Those ,lay Vees who saw action in this game were: Schellhase, Smith. Naughton, Grigshy, and Sheldon. Many of this year's Junior Varsity stars will see action with the Varsity squad ncxt year. Seventy-seven PASSIN' IT AROUND INISHINU up thircl in tht- Lcaguc, coach Ran' tlolpli liTllHll1CIliS Royal passcrs turnctl in a rt-trot-cl which si:cs up wtill with thosc of past tniintcttcs. Altci' slauglitcring tlim- ncighhoring iivcs, the llpifl3ahs PI'CIWill'L'Ll to nicct il hartly Lowct' Ivlcrion challcngc. Tht- Royals clucllccl thc AI'klIl1llTltCNS inf vasion niany tinics, hut in tht- cntl, Lowcr lvlcrionls lofty stalwarts ckccl out ll two point margin ovcr thc hrokciiflicztrtccl Purple and Gold clrihhlcrs. Tlicir spirits clamp-:nctl hy this closc klL'lll.'2lt, the UpifDahs wcrc clt'ft'41tccl tht- following wcck hy Havcrford's scconcl placc winncrs. Aftcr trouncing Radnor and Ahington, thc Royals invaded thc Lansdowne gym, anal lWL'L'llllSL' cofopcration was ahscnt most of thc ganic, thcy lost hy a narrow four points. Having hcatcn Norristown for ll scconcl tinic, thc llpifD41hs thcn iourncyccl forty milcs to Allcntown. Bccausc thcir opponcnts wcrc much tallcr, thc Royals failccl to ring up anothci' triumph. Lowci' lvlcrion took ovcr thc l'urplc and Uoltl cluintcttc two xvccks latcr to squclch thc Royalsl hopcs of garncring lcaguc honors. Thcii' chance of attaining scconcl placc was 41lso cliniinatccl ll fcw clays latcr whcn thc Forcls noscd thcm out hy ll foul shot in thc cxtra pcriocl. Lanstlownc's attcmpts to tluplicatc thcir previous victory ovcr Uppcr Darlvy wcrc quickly stillctl, antl the Royals closcd tlicii- scason hy suhcluing Ahington, 43513. High scorcr this ycar was Danny lvlacliin, who was cofcaptain of thc tcam along with Al lvlaycr. The loss of T1-d Ely on account of scmcstcrs, and the ahscncc of Harry Mtillicrii, hccausc of sickncss, in scvcral gamcs wcrc hoth major LlI'2lXVlWilCl'iS this ycar. Next ycar's tcam will hc compriscd mostly of jay Vccs who will movc up to varsity lwcrths, sincc all hut two of this ycar's squad will graduatc this spring. air as Mackin watches. Mayer leaps for the ball in the Mackin dribbles down the floor. Mlllhern and Dielens play the ball off the board. Episcopal ,. Radnor . Norristown, , Lower Merion Haverford Radnor . Abington Lansdowne Norristown Allentown Swarthmore Lower Merion , Haverford Lansdowne Abington BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL Front Row: Thompson, Mul- hern, Mackin, co-captaing May- er, co-captaing Diprima. Sec- und Ramp: Mr. Grimmet, coachg Kirkpatrick, D i e l e ns, Ely, Adams. SCHEDULE OPP. . 23 , ,2l 32 . 38 .. 20 25 . .30 , , 19 67 , 40 56 39 . 31 30 Dielens outjumps his Haverford opponent , n. a SHOO -T, SHOO -T, BABY Gertie Hardy tries to prevent a shot by her opponent. Coach Westervelt and manager Spott keep score. Lower Left: Mary Armstrong and Winnie Mutchler - star juniors. The girls wait for APTAINED hy Anne Gillan, leading defensive player, the girls' haskethall team closed its sea' son with live wins and two losses. Aside from their regular schedule the Royalettes, under the ahle coaching of Mrs. Westervelt, overcame Clifton Heights and Springfield Township High Schools in practice games. They also played the Alumni, winning hy a score of 32122. Although the team was heatcn twice, only once, in the Norristown game, was the defeat decisive. ln the other game, Swarth- more was fortunate to eke out a 1341 victory. Highlights of the season were set shots of Lila Hardy in the Lower Mcrion game: Doris Schochis speedy play, and the versatility of Gert Hardy and Mary Armstrong, who played lwoth guard and for' ward during the course of the season. junior Wiiiiiie Mutchler, who played on the varsity for the second year, was the high scorer, amassing a total of 77 points. Led hy Captain Anne Uillan, guards Barhara McCamhridge, Betty Riewe, and Li: Smedley co' operated to provide a defense which held opposing forwards to unusually low scores. Although most of this year's team were seniors, the outlook for next year's team is hright with talented juniors Mary Armstrong and Wiiiiiie Mutchler forming the nucleus of another winning team. the rebound. Winnie Mutchler intercepts the ball Norristown Radnor ,. ,, . Yeadon . Lower Merion Swarthmore . Lansdowne .. Haverford VARSITY BASKETBALL 1GIRLSJ Front Row: Abrams, McCambridge, Riewe, Gillan, cap- taing L. Hardy, G. Hardy, Smedley, Schoch. Back Row Spott, managerg Mlltchler, Armstrong, Vanlnwegan Weidner, Bradshaw. GIRLS' VARSITY SCHEDULE OPP. U.D. 32 23 18 19 20 21 15 23 13 11 9 15 8 26 Gertie Hardy takes a shot. Captain Ann Gillan, outstanding guard. SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL Mary Wt-idlit-r waits for the rebound. . Top Row: Libby Black, Peggy Nlcsorley,-Ioanne Duncan. Betty Mandis, Gwen Hnmphrey, Kathy Filipone. Bottom Row: Dolores Filipone, Carter Lenham, Janet Forstadt, Lois Copp, Peggy De-lure, Pat Robinson, Dot Schultz. BLY led hy their captain, Lorna Copp, the girls' seeondfstring haskethall team easily outplayed their opponents and finished their season undefeated. This is a feat which neither the first nor the second team has heen ahle to accomplish in the last few years. Norristown. their hitterest rival for the past several years, was humlwlcd hy a score of 3723. Betsey Van Inwegan, Lorna Copp, and Lois Copp proved to he more than a match for opposing forf wards, while juniors Mzirgie Bradshaw, Mziry Wcitlf ner, and sophomores Kathy Filipone, Dot Shultz, and Janet Forstadt upheld the offensive end of the games. Since there were as many sophomores as juniors on the team, and they held an undefeated record, the coming season looks very promising. SCHEDULE OPP. U.D. Norristown 28 37 Radnor 23 28 Yeadon . . 19 31 Lower Merion . 25 37 Swarthmore . 18 27 Lansdowne . 10 24 Haverford , . 9 25 Margie Bradshaw manages to bass in spite of her op- ponent. ulcers, Muscua, AND BRAWN Front ROW: Loyle, Cowan, Snavely, Vogt, captaing Bell, Biller, Lane. Middle Row: Mr. Loeb, coachg Donzanti, Sowers, if Garner, VARSITY WRESTLING Berg, Lentz, Ryniclc, Ide. Back Row: Chambers, Hanford, Grauch, Helm. ONSIDERING the rather green material at his disposal, Coach Fred Loch did very well to whip into shape a better- thanfaverage wrestling team. The Royals wound up their season as the third best team in the district, with a record of three wins and two losses. Although none of the regular wrestlers were undefeated, three were good enough to come hack in the District Champion' ships and win the honors in their respective weight classes. They were Charley Loyle. Wztlly Chambers, and Dick Garner. jack Graueh was defeated only after he had fought his way into the finals, and so emerged with a runnerfupls medal. After turning in rather poor showings in the first two meets, the grapplers acquired their winning form and gave the Ardf more Aces a drubhing which helped offset their former defeats. Hill Schools scrappy wrestlers almost proved too much for the Loelwmen, but the Royals staunch offensive and clever tactics prevailed. In the final match of the season, Haverford High i c If ll' I Wally Chambers demonstrates a body press. Dave Vogt about to pin another opponent. was easily trounced. Lansdowne . Abington Lower Merion Hill School . Haverford SCHEDULE JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING OPP' U'D' Front Row: Stiles, de Lucia, 29 McKnight, Bell, Kramer, Da- 33 mon. Middle Row: Mr. Loeb, ' """ coach, Pasker, Ellis, Hender- , ...... 16 son, Crawford, Granger, Bir- 14 mingham. Back Row: Eichner, " Rose, Morton, Rosborough, Ni- 8 den, Cripps, Leidy. HE year 1944 has heen a reeortlfhreaking one lor the Upper Darhy Swimming team. After winning eight tlual meets, the team went on to eapture lirst honors in the District Championships. ln the Eastern Regionals, the Purple anel Gold natators took fourth plaee. The team opened their season against St. Thomas More antl overwhelmed their Catholie opponents -llflll. Wt'st Catholie was the next school to fall prey to the Royal mermen. Alter this elose challenge, Upper Darhy's Conquering swimmers moved on to overwhelm Norristown, Eelelyhtone, Coatesville, Pottstown, and Vxfesttown in short oreler. Having thus won the l'hilaelelphia Suhurhan Championship, the Royals enteretl the lj.l.A.A. Uistriet Une Championship meet and triuinphetl again. iinishing ten points ahead of Coatesville. At the Eastern Regionals, Stoughton took a iirst, Mesirov, a fourth, and the 200 yard meelley relay team, eomposetl of Stoughton, Tully, Williaiiiis, antl Hague took first plaee. , SCHEDULE OPP. U.D. Captain Stoughton and his winning style. St- Thomas -More' 25 41 West Catholic , 27 39 Norristown , . , , 18 48 Ecldystone . , . 13 53 , Coatesville , ,. 29 37 BOYS SWIMMING St. Thomas More , 19 47 Front Row: Noithammer, Hoffman, Mesirov, ' A " E H E ji-rrnhinn, Byerly, Wagner. Hack Raw: Downing, managerg Stoughton, MC- District I' P'I'A'A' Meet-First Place Kaig, Hague, Costagliola, Loman, Eisenhardt, 1 Tully, Henderson, McKenna, Cook. Standing: Mr. Herzog, coach. WATE R BCY Breast-stroker Mesirov performs for the cameraman. GCNE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN ORTUNATELY for thc students, the school curriculum has hccn gihlc to function without much hindrance in this war ycar. Hnwcvcr, it has hc' comc ncccssury for thc girls' swimming tczlm to hc tcmpnrairily gihzincluncd. Although thcrc has hccn unc pratcticc this your, thc Athletic Council thought it hcst to canccl :ill mccts. Thc facts that trainsf purtzition fiicilirics hzlvc hccn pnur and that thcrc has hccn littlc hczit ut thc paul :irc thc main rcaf suns fur tlrnpping thc tcam, Tlic girls, undcr thc capzihlc lcaitlcrship of their captain. Mznriun Huchncr, and inainzigcrship of Maury ilczin Goldsmith, might hxivc rzlisctl thcmsclvcs to grcut hcights :ts they wcrc promising swimmcrs. VJQ hnpc that ncxt year will sec an imprnvcmcnt in conditions and il rcf Ufgiillllllfiibll of thc team. Front Row Ingram, Inppin, Huebner, mptain, Sanney, Heacock Back Row Griffiths Achterman, Fox, Lenh1m McConnell, Goldsmith manager .r it c 4 :A 'Nba BOYS' TENNIS OPP. Lower Merion .. . ,.,, .. 4 Lansdowne ,....,,. .,...,...., 5 Haverfordiffoll. Frosh. 6 Abington .' ,......... - ........ 0 Radnor . ..,. 1 BASEBALL OPP. U.D. apmopu ,..... ...... 2 12 Lansdowne .... ,..... 0 5 Lansdowne .... ....,. 9 5 Lower Niefion ,....- 5 7 Haverford ..... . 6 3 Abinltgn. ,,,,,, ...... 3 9 glorrbtown .,.. ...... 4 3 Lower Merion ....., 4 3 Haverford .... ....,. 8 2 Abington ...... ..,... 3 10 Norristown .... ...... 7 5 4. 4 ,. w 1 w , GIRLS' TENNIS U .D. OPP. U.D. 1 Lansdowne ..., ...... 0 0 Radnor ....., 2 3 Abington .,.....,.... ...... 2 5 Lower Merion ........ 5 4 t Z f I f f L ff f -A S PRI w e N FX X gg!! ff QQ A 'I 41. . A A Q' fx , , . j X 4 Q X TRACK Delco Meet ....... .,, ......, First Place OPP. U.D. Lower Marion .,............ 7956 3754 Villanova Invitation ,..........,........ First Non-istown Subux-bans .....,......... First U. D. vs. Lower Merion vs. Haverford 90W 34V2 28 - Suburban Championships .,....... First GOLF A State Championship ...........,.,, Second Lower Merion OPP. U .D. 13 5 Pottstown ...... ..., 6 9 Lower Merion ..... .,,..... 1 3 2 Berwyn .. .,...,... 7Vz 7Vz Pottstown ,....... . . 3 I2 4 ' Eightyfsix z . we ,'-.,'-- . , ' , h W d...n.,a.iL...i.g,....- L E' I I--.,-,H . .mg 74.:3f,s....u....iLAn:..... iiuakaulnmamni-L .. . L -Aa xl,-. 'tg- fi S A . i, TAKE OUT Insley takes the throw at first. Mackin on his way home. Strike Three! Yer Out' THE BALL GAME ESPITE the tremendous handicap of having only two experienced pitchers on hand, the Purple and Gold base' trotters came through with at good record. The Royal nine was blessed this year with the return of an almost coinplete infield and several outficlders. Most of the pitching this year was handled by Larry Hoskins and sophomore Bill Baurniller. They both succeeded in keeping most of the opposing batters hitless, while the Royals slugged the ball all over the lot. Coach Grimmett was fortunate in finding Wally Ellis to replace the injured Gus Dielens, fancy helding third sacker, at the far turn. With experienced seniors Dan Mackin, Gene White, Frank DiPrima, and Jack MacGregor, all at their best in the field and at the plate, it is small wonder that the Royals' opponents were not too potent. In the Royals' first game of the season, the Lansdowne Lords tied their northern neighbors, 34. After this upset, Upper Darby got revenge by sending four Norristown pitch' ers to the showers and eleven teamfmates across the plate. After this batting spree, the UpifDahs proceeded to clean up on Yeadon, Abington, Haverford, and nearly all other chalf lengers. April April April April May May May May May May SCHEDULE Lansdowne Norristown Abington Haverford Lansdowne Lower Merion Norristown . Abington Haverford Lower Merion Home Home Away Home Away Away . Away Home Away Home Front Row: Emmanuelg Hollis, Insleyg Buckg Whitey Baumillerg Wardg Mathersg Boydg Ellis. Second Row: Hughesg Schneburgerg Laurenceg Rawlingsg Hoskinsg Engleg Quinng Mooreg McAllister. Third Row: Di Prima, captaing Macking Macgregorg Rosinig Elyg Ka- nuika, managerg Peterson, managerg Dielensg Thomp- son, managerg Mr. Grimmett, coach. v W' ,s f'-fs DIE ew ft' .AQ- The team demonstrates a chip shot. joe Cook, Bill Phillips, Bill Suiter, Jim Horton. 7 i 1 QC! I X K ," N F5 4 I '-v TEE FOR TWO NFORTUNATELY, the Royal putters and drivers were dishanded this year, hecause of the lack of competition. lt seems as though the cnthusif asm for the sport has died out in almost all the neighf horing schools, The schedule last year was rather small, and since it was apparent that this years schedule would he even more diminutive, Mr. Car' roll McDonnell, who has coached the team for many years, thought it hettcr to cancel all arrangements. Those hoys, however, who would ordinarily com' prise the mainstay of the team, .lim Horton, Bill Phillips, Bill Suiter, and Jack Dougherty, are still practicing on their own. It is hoped that the conf ditions will he such in the near future that the fair' way enthusiasts may again enjoy the lwenehts of interfscholastic competition. BREATHLESS ESPITE the fact that a potent part of last year's team was lost through graduation, the Royal thinfclads pulled through this year with another recordfbreaking season behind them. This year's team was a better balanced aggregaf tion than any that the students of Upper Darby and their faithful coach, Mr, Thomas bl. Milne, have produced for many years. ln both the Held and thc running events there have been found loyal stalf warts to fill the vacancies left by other champions such as Bob Bredin and Dick Ambrogi April 19 April 26 April 29 May 6 May 10 May 13 May 17 May 20 May 24 May 27 i Mayer gets the javelin off for a mighty heave. Snow and Schellhase lead the pack in the 220. TRACK SCHEDULE Haverford . .. ,.,... St. Thomas More ..,,.,.. . Penn Relays ,. ,..,. .. . Delco Championships .. Big Six Championships. Suburban Championships Lower Merion ..........,...,.. P.I.A.A. Championships Chester ...,...,..,,,.,......,,.... . . State Championships .... . .,.,... Home Home Franklin Field . Lansdowne Lower Merion .......i..........Away ,...I-Iome ...,...Home ........H'ome ..,.,.Away Captain Tom Short on the mark. The versatile Warren Snow-sprinter and middle distance man. Smith starts a western roll. Quigley shows good form as he hurls the discus. DOWN THE CINDER , ft E' Bob Allen a la Warmerdam. PAT H Carrying thc hrunt of thc distnncc hurdcns wcrc crossfcountry stars such 115 Ralph Young, Jack Crnnc, Sum Brown, Curl Dillmzin, :ind john Wriglit. Cnpf tain Tom Short, Cil Kcllcy, jack Schcllhnsc, jim Shaw, and scvcral othcrs hzindlcd thc shortcr runs vcry ciiicicntly, whilc WSlfl'Cl1 Snow took most of the honors in thc sprints. Striding thc hurdles for the Purplc und Cold this year wcrc Jack Birininghami, Harry Hyatt, jim Lof inan, and Al Millcr. Wallly Chzxmhcrs and Dick Carncr cxccllcd in thc shot put, whilc Crziuch and Hudomc did most of the discus throwing. Among thc jzivclin toscrs wcrc Chuck Strahlcy. Al Maycr ,und Tom Brzidlcy. Chick Smith held thc foremost high'-iumping posif tion, whilc Wcs Ncimand zlssumcd most of thc hroadfjumping rcsponsihilitics. Among the polo vaultcrs wcrc Boh Allen, Paul Wiiiiiigs, and several others . Sl1HWv Sh0l'K,.Hl1d Kelly Grauch broad jumps for Ralph Young gets moral out nn front ln the 440. the cameraman. support from a spectator I 5 , i . l ' i,. W 1 X QQ NI F X ..fk 4-' , 1 :Q xg ty r wr A , .1 , Q . . 'ww' The Royal eindcrmen got off to a good start this year by subduing both Haverford and St. Thomas More by tremendous scores. At the Bridgetown Ref lays they turned in two of the fastest times of the day, and took two thirds and a fourth in the Uni' versity of Pennsylvania Relay Carnival The coaching of Mr. Carlton Mefort and Mr. Robert Bennett in the field events and the efhcient handling of the managerial duties by Grant Keeler were of big help in the success of the team. A great deal of promising material was received from the Junior High this year. If next year's crop is of equal calibre the probabilities of another sucf cessful season next spring are good. Front Row: Lomang Hiyattg Klingelhofferg Miller, Bir- minghamg Kellyg Dillmang Youngg Browng Snowy Wright. Second Row: Mayerg Bansbachg Riviellog Shawg Schellhaseg Short, captaing Strahleyg Smithg Cham- bersg Aberleg Seagravesg Winingsg Crossg Lairdg Wilcox. Third Row: Adamsg Clarkg Gayg Byerlyg Lymang Olseng Alleng Merkleg Scudderg Fahnestockg Copenhaverg Vogtg Boydg Quigleyg Craneg Mr. Milne, coach. Fourth Row: Mr. Bennett, coachg Mr. Mefort, coachg Wylieg Hanfordg Phillipsg Bellg Grantg Harrisg Hudomeg Coheng Young. Last Row: Grauchg Summersg Tarletong Doughertyg Crippsg Rosboroughg Devittg Weatherlowg Gilbertg Hagueg Conroy. On your mark! Get set! Klingelhoffer, Birmingham, Miller, and Loman in the 110 low hurdles :al i ii IT'S LOVE Don Sl0Ughf0l1 is stopped by the Camera- Captain Dave Vogt starts his serve. Junior Clark Church ready for a fast one man in the middle of his backhand. May May May May May May May 1 4 8 11 15 18 22 SCHEDULE Coatesville . , Lower Merion Open ., . .. Pottstown ,. Norristown , Abington Lansdowne ECAUSE of adverse weather conditions last April, Mr. Stevens, head tennis coach, was not able to produce a very practiced team this year. Playing first singles for the Royals this year was Captain Dave Vogt, who won his tennis letter for the third consecutive year. Other experienced racqueteers who returned to play this year were Marson Sowers, Bob Kirkpatrick, Don Stoughton, and Bob Streander. Among the boys who played with the Royals for the first time this year were Taylor Holland, Russ Neithammer, and Norman Hawk. joe Busch's enlistment in the paratroops left a wide gap in the lineup which greatly hindered the team's success. W Away Home . Home . Away . Home Away Front Row: Sowersg Churchg Moore, managerg Vogt, captaing Douglas, managerg Stoughtong Sheldon. Second Row: Mr. Kehl, coachg Hollandg Weissg Elfrethg Grigsbyg Painterg Mackling Tillettg Mr. Stevens, coach. Last Row: Mulherng Downsg Lysterg Stilesg Hague. IDED hy the return of six of lust years players, the girls tennis squad terminated it fairly presentalhle season ut Ahington on the first of June. Coach Stevens, who also handled the husiness llll-2lll'S of the teztm, was assisted hy Mr. Fred Loch. "Dutch" gave the girls many VL1lUIllWlC tips and tireless hours of careful practice which were it lwig help in their contests. The nucleus of the team was comprised of Captain Betty Hardy, Uertie Hardy. Nancy Hynson, Bzirhara MCCZ1H1lWfidgkZ, Trudy Hen' dricltson, and Elna Jucohsen. The prospects for next yezlr's team are not pzlrticulzlrly hopeful, for all of these girls are inemhers of the clnss ot i-H. ig:-an C Q WN """' - -ft My emma-Im-:M e .1 " Mem ' Yxyk ski 4, Sig?S+ffa,-:YM sw -s ... t ,e A " " - f - New if ' . Q-39, Wwrs . . -..:5' "::-- -A ' iiit- .r-i 'i,w . K K Y A -we A Betty Hardy demonstrates her backhand. Southpaw Kay Sanney reaches for a high one. Barbara McCambridge follows through. LOV E, LOVE SCHEDULE May Lower Merion Away May Lansdowne Away May Lansdale Home May Berwyn Home May Cheltenham Home May Radnor Away May Lansdale Away May Lower Merion Home May Lansdowne Home May Swarthmore College Away May Norristown Home May Radnor Home June Abington Away -sv. me ww, MVN Q , if May. 4 , 4 , ts Y -W 1 V W 1. .at We . ii. .pau -:ss,.w1tsf.4z11.4 s:,sQsff1wmwm,s:r Front Row: Hanliltong Hendricksong Butter- worth, managerg B. Hardy, captaing Moore, managerg Sanneyg G. Hardyg Hynson. Sec- ond Row: Culpg Kuhlmang Keeng Heacockg Herderg Achtermang Abramsg Brooks. Third Row: Mr. Kehl, coachg Nlutchlerg Freeg Schwarzg Hollandg Mr. Stevens, coach. INTRAMURAL SPORTS HE greater majority of Upper Darby's stu' dents have a genuine interest in sports but few have the ability to win a berth on a varsity squad and thus to have the opportunity to be awarded a letter by the A. A. Council. The Intramural Program pro' vides a means for these people to participate in their favorite sports. This program was instituted several years ago by a faculty committee composed of Mr. Herbert Her' zog, Miss Marian Scott, and Mrs. Ann Westervelt. They planned schedules to include the major sports: hockey, tennis and soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter. and softball in the spring. This program continues for the boys and girls in the original form today. Each homeroom is given the opportunity to form its own team or to combine with another home' room to form a team. They then compete with other homerooms or combinations of rooms. It is not neces' sary for the one team to participate in every sport throughout the year since different teams may be formed for each sport. The schedules are so arranged that the teams of each class compete until the class champion is def termined by elimination. Each member of a class championship team is awarded his numerals. These three teams then compete to determine the school champion. An important part of the intramural program is Tag Day, inaugurated by Mr. Joseph E. Sterner. Tags, which are sold by the homeroom color captains, are used as admission to the Purple and Gold basket' ball games and the FacultyfVarsity game, held at the end of the varsity basketball season. The proceeds from the sale of these tickets go toward the purchase of the class numerals and the defraying the expenses of the intramural program. The various officials for these contests in the intra' mural schedule are students who have won their varsity letter in the respective sport. Much of the success of these contests is due to the hard work of these boys and girls. In the fall, senior homerooms 214f23 were success- ful as class champions in soccer with junior home' rooms 123f12 and sophomore rooms 102-103 also earning their numerals. Homerooms 102403 em- erged as school champions in this sport. In girls hockey the "No Names" of the junior class came out as school champions after defeating the other class champions, The Gophers of the sophomores. In hot competition on the basketball' court, junior home' room 123 won the school title after defeating the other two numeral winners-senior homerooms 211' 214 and the soph homeroom 124. A feminine five made up of a number of girls from the senior class called the "No Names" succeeded in gaining the title of school champions. The runners up were the "Stars," a junior team, and the "Wizzers" of the sophomore class. Room 123-Boys' Basketball champions. . 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Q U an Y J f L 2 'K X 3 , Q : H S ll 5 Maggy, in Kifzgx' sr I 5 3 5 5 l ' 1 3 .J I E Y I R551 NL .RM K'h'5f:" 6,20 C9 f 'U , XZ T Q4 vom A g -B if Q 391 Q N yi Q 1 fl! ! 3 I I QI 1 1 I -. gm ! NOC: .dx Q f 5 W' X 4 if - M f H ' C Gm v I ? Q 5 l 65 37 1 A 6 ' f 'A Q O4 ,Q XP 55, X 5 ,,,yw., boi, Q7 5 1.55 of K 'NPO 9? bbq foxy 'N Q 'V N A ' ff :N ., WN fo-05' ff' "' 'O f' i m 2 Q 557535 Qigpygggb W Mb: 65765 Q35 igyggb , SENICR OFFICERS J s 4 Our class ofliccrs-Jack Macgregor, president, Doris Hamilton, secretaryg Don Stoughton, vice-presidentg Dave Vogt, treasurer. l . HE achievements of our Senior Class for the past three years have heen due in a large measure to the help of our senior olhcers. Under the leadership of .lack Macgregor, our class president, we have undertaken several projects as a class. Jack has loyally served as president during our last year in high school and has lween active throughout the school in spite of the time which the oflice of president requires. Wlieii Jack isn't around we have our vicefpresident, Don Stoughton, to take over. Don has heen vicefpresident for the last two years and has done a very efheient jolv for his class. In our popular secretary, Doris Hamilton, we have another second year otlicer. Never without a pleasant smile, Doris has performed all the many duties required of her with efhciency and dispatch. In addition she is a memlwer of the hockey team and many other organizations throughout the school. This year all of our money troulwles have laeen handled hy Dave Vogt. Dave has done a very fancy joh with all those figures and managed to keep us out of deht. In this year of strain and tension, our class ofhccrs deserve an additional vote of thanks for a jolw well done. X Ninetveiglzt EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HE Senior Executive Committee, voice of our class, is composed of one representative from each senior homeroom. Under the leadership of Jack MacGregor, class president, the committee makes the arrangements for the various social functions which are given hy the class. Suhfcommittecs help in the planning of assemblies, and in raising money for the class treasury. Projects such as the scrap paper drive were under the management of the committee. All suggestions and complaints which are made hy the members of the various homerooms are introduced to the committee hy the homeroom representative and are discussed. Doris Hamilton takes the minutes of the meetings, carries on the correspondence, and handles all of the other johs, of a conscientious secretary. Dave Vogt takes care of our finances and makes a weekly report to the committee on the condition of the treasury, while Don Stoughton carries on in the ahsence of the president. The Executive Committee is a truly democratic organization in which the memhers of the class are given the opportunity to express their views. Front ROW: Tomasco, Vogt, Macgregor, Stough- ton, Hamilton. Second Row: Childs, Geoffrey. Holt, White, Andrews. Third Row: Thomp- son, McCurcly, Hague, Stirling, Ellis. Fourth Row: DiPrima, Whitman, Cook, Kirkpatrick. Last Row: Ely, Blair, Dielens. Ninetyfnine SCHOLARSHIP ODAY more than at any other time, seholasf tic achievements are very important. They show a definite and constant thrusting forth of un' tiring effort in order to go higher. And in times like today, when our attentions are constantly heing pulled toward international affairs, it is very difficult to maintain high scholastic standing. It is hecause of these reasons that those people who have succeeded in keeping up their marks conf tinuously for four years deserve a great deal of credit. These people have studied hard throughout their high school days, gaining every hit of neeesf sary knowledge, in order to hetter fit themselves for the future. It is this type of student who succeeds in later life and helps make our nation a strong one, The six seniors ranking highest seholastically in their class will have their names inserihed on th: scholarship plaque, found in the front corridor of our school. This plaque was donated to the school hy the class of 1933 and they stipulated that this honor must he awarded only to students who have attended Upper Darhy for three years. ,S K. .Q sw q,,f,,f.'!X of Iuka F mafia . 1 Q ff V' Q39 tl " K df- Gr Rosemary Weber, jr-anno Lutz, Barbara McCambridge, Betty Riewe, Florence Kirmse, Joyce Adams. One Hundred VERY year six memhers of the graduating class. three girls and three hoys, are given the honor of having their names engraved on the Service plaque, This plaque was given to the school hy the graduating class of 1933. The six people selected, have, in the opinion of their classmates, given the most toward thc hetterment of Upper Darby High School. They have spent much of their time and effort willingly and eagerly. Their teachers, class advisors, and friends could always he sure of a cheery and immediate, 'iYes, I'll try" to anything they were asked to do. Moreover, they assumed full rcsponsihility for any task which they undertook. Every phase of school lifcff music, dramatics, puhlif cations, committees and cluhsfis represented in our choice ot those who have rendered invaluahle services to the class of '44 and the school. It is an honor to have thc names of six such people representing our class, SERVICE Don Stoughton, Doris Hamilton, Dave Thomas, Mary Louise Aruffo, Jack Macgregor, Doris Butterworth. One Hundred One I l .4 ,,, ,. w 1 Vx XFN" -f -Q-, 4- Klub 'Mtn .wg ev " H fr' is ,pini- MX WN -QIVX. G7 1- X 0.1 vs- w-wg? x :A - Lx '5:xflQf5gwrSw X S W X XX QV WX 1 Ns-ww x A N 5 QW, Mi' K w X K x H- N ff 1 s- :K e if 10" 'Q f 1: w.- K . fx., : ww ww, Sao ,Q 6 W xi 5 f 9 at W.. .V - 6? . 'fx 1? .': hmm t "f' .252 A, ,. W W ,ff ge, mam it 3 A .. 5.3 'sr M X Q 5? HAROLD J. ABRAMS 108 Chatham Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Student Council 25 Band 25 Senior Play Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 ALICE FRANCES ADAMS 552 Broadview Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn. Literary Stall' 2, 3, 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 25 Biology Prize 25 Monitor 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3. 45 Party 35 Play 3 Clubs: Choral 45 Leeuwenhock 2. 3. Secretary 45 Library 2, 3, VicefPresident 45 Plciades 2, 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 25 Hoekcy Numerals 2, 3 JOYCE ZADA ADAMS LIBBY ABRAMS 108 Chatham Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 25 Publications Agent 35 Monitor 4 Class: OAK, Business Stall 45 Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 35 Committees: Candy 45 Dance 2, 3, 45 Parry 3, 45 Play 3, 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 4, Vice-President 35 First Aid and Social Service 35 Treasurer 45 HifY 3. 45 Latin 2, 3 Sports: Baseball Numerals 35 Hockey Numerals 35 Ten- nis Numerals 35 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Junior Varsity Hockey 2, 35 Junior Varsity Tennis 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 3 JOSEPH HENRY ADAMS 344 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne BUSINESS PURPLE School: Monitor 35 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Band. Color Guard 3 Class: Committees: Dance 45 Executive 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 45 Bowling 35 Choral 25 Hi-Y 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 25 Basketball Numerals 25 Soccer Numcrals 2, 4: Junior Varsity Basketball Z, Captain 35 Varsity Basketball 4 RUTH LOUISE ADDIS 4024 Vernon Road Drexel Hill 247 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Biology Prize Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 2 25 Mathematics Prize 35 Monitor 3 ' Class: Commencement Usher 35 Dance Committee 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 45 Le Cercle Fran- cais 3, 45 Leeuwenhoek 3, President 45 Library 2, 3, 4 YL , , , l N 5, 5 - .5 11? 5.2653 iw EPP E .fi x LS . JOSEPH STEWART ALEXANDER DOROTHY E. ALGER 1016 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill 6905 Guilford Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Band Z, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Assembly 3, 45 Dance Z, 3. 45 Party 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 E. JOAN ALLARD 1200 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 45 Stamp Salesman 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 JOANNA JANE ANDERSON 3815 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 35 Monitor 35 Service Plaque Com' mittee 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Committees: Candy 45 Dance 4' Party 25 Play 4 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 2, 3, 45 Dramus 2, 35 HifY 45 La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 45 Latin 45 Tay-Wistalvan 3, 45 World Affairs Forum 4 One Hundred Four Clubs: A Cappella 45 Choral 3, 45 Library 2 ROBERT EARL ALLEN 35 Marlborough Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council 2 Clubs: Bowling 3. 45 La Sociedad Panamericana 35 Rifle Z GLORIA MAY ANDREWS 333 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Distinguished 2, 35 Moni- tor 25 Tribunal 2 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Executive Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 45 Fencing, Team 2, 3, VicefPresident 35 La Sociedad Panamericana 35 Latin 25 World Alfairs Forum 2. Secretary 3. 4 us' DOROTHY NANCY ANGELI 8516 Monroe Avenue UPPCY Darby BUSINESS GOLD ADELE JEAN ARONNE 237 Huntley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party Z: Play 4 Clubs: Commerce 3 MARY LOUISE ARUFFO 122 Powell Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Literary Staff 2, 3, Editor 4: Debating 2. 3. 4: Honor Roll Z, 3: Publications Agent 3: Public Speaking Prize 2: Debating Prize 3: Student Council 4: Welfare Agent 3: Student Faculty Welfare Committee 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Archery 2: Choral 4: l'li'Y 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Latin Z: Pleiades 3, 4: Tay-Wie' talvan Z, 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 3, Vice'Presi' dent 4 Spofts: Basketball Numerals 2 KATHRYNE E. ARMSTRONG 254 Bayard Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE RUTH ANN AROVITCH 502 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Class: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2: Commerce 3 WILLIAM J. M. AUVE 3433 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Monitor 2: Band Z, 3, 4 Clubs: Fencing 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2 Fey ax gt 1 I-nel-I sci-lool. Edie' ' 1944 sol THEODORE J. AVIL 113 Glendale Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD ROBERT P.-BANSBACH 104 Copley Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2: HifY 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: ,lunior Varsity Football 2. Varsity Football 3, 4 M. EVELYN BARGER 536 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Bowling 4 ' Spavts: Hockey Numerals Z MARGARET JANE BALSON 3845 Marshall Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 2: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: OAL Literary Stall' 4: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2 Clubs: Archery 2: Bowling 3, Treasurer 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3. President 4: HifY 4: Pleiades 3, 4 RAYMOND JOHN BARANOWSKI 725 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE HARRY D. BARR 500 Derwyn Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Assembly 3. 4: Dance 4 One Hundred Five WILLIAM A. BARTO 318 Harrison Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Band 4 Clan: Asscmhly Choir 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2, 4 Spanx: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 LE ROY W. BEAN JR. 4 South Berbro Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE JOHN H. BEER 208 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 4 Sports: Baseball Numcrals 3 335 EDWARD R. BASSIN E 500 Argyle Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE ELIZABETH BECK 54 Lamporr Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Welfare Agent 4g Student Faculty Welfare Com- mittee 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Choral 2 MARY LEE BELL 3819 Anne Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Entered February, 1943 School: Band, Secretary 4: Drum Majorette 4 Clubs: Choral 4 fc., 1 l' M if LS ROBERT LAWRENCE BENCH 226 Bridge Street Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE IRENE DORIS BENDER 609 West Magnolia Avenue Aldan BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 3 JAMES V. BENSON, JR. 307 Hampden Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Hippocrates 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 QEEEE EASE? ELINOR BENDER 2220 B Steele Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered january. 1943 PHYLLIS CON STAN CE BENN ER 362 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 2 3 ANNA BERBERIAN 5 Harvin Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE One Hundred Six HIGH SCHOOL JOHN J. BIRMINGHAM 7105 West Chester Pike Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Monitor Z: Tribunal 4 Clubs: Hi-Y 3, 4 Spovts: Soccer Numerals 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Track 2, 3, 4: Varsity Wrestling 3. 4 HOWARD CORTLAND BLAIR 1216 Myrtlewood Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agcnt 2 Class: Executive Committee 4: Senior Play Clubs: Choral 3, 4: history 2: Latin 3: World Allairs Forum 3, 4. KATHRYN ANNA BOESHORE 708 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acom, Literary Stall 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2 Clubs: Le Cerelc Francais 3, 4: Pleiades 3 One Hundred Seven FRANCES RUTH BERNARD 137 Hampden Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: English Prize 33 UDi'Ddll, Literary Stall 3, 4 Class: Committees: Executive 2: Play 3, 4: Senior Play, Assistant Director Clubs: Archery 2: Le Cercle Francais 4: Leeuwenhoek 3. 4g Pleiades 3, 4 DUDLEY BEYLER 543 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3: Student Council 2, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Hi'Y 45 Rifle 2 Spons: Baseball Numerals 2 JOAN PATRICIA BIGONY Upper Darby 206 North Linden Avenue COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 N ' J ., as i ,rea Q, ' ff x A X W b Qu MARY EDNA BIXLER 142 Glencoe Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Band, Majorerte 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 33 Choral 2, 4 JOHN D. BOBERG 521 Kenwood Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered September, 1943 NANCY ANN BORDNER 7122 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3, 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Pleiadcs 3, 4 J. STEWART BEVIS 3648 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2: Executive Z: Party 2 Clubs: Choral 29 l'lifY 3, 4: La Sociedad Panameri- cana 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 2: Varsity 3, Co' captain 4 BRUCE E. BIEL 173 Wellington Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Tribunal 2 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Executive 3: Party 2 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 4: Boxing 3: l'li'Y 2, 3. 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Football 2, 3 RUTH HARRIET BINDER Broadway and Ashland Avenue Secane COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Choral 4: First Aid and Social Service Z, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Library 2, 3, 4 1944 -.a BARBARA A. BOSCH' 1113 Blythe Avenue DIBXOI Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Fencing 4 Spofts: Baseball Numerals 3 RALPH JAMES BRADFORD, JR. 323 Congress Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2: Student Council 2, 3: Stage Crew 3 Class: Junior Play Cast 3: Executive Committee Z THOMAS C. BRADLEY JR. , ROBERT E. BOSCH 1113 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Stcinmct: 3 EDNA GRACE BRADLEY 825 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 33 Stamp Salesman 2. 3 Clubs: A Cappella 45 Choral 2, 3: Le Ccrclc Francais 4 ALBERT DALE BRAEUNINGER 522 Brookfield Road Drexel Hill 3817 Albemarle Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 33 Student Council 2. 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: HifY 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 Spovtsz Varsity Football, Manager 4 YO? -li.-V wa l , . I f ll '- l ri '. 2 5 WM - r, Q35 i EEE ? Eu. f 5 5 L5 . MARGIE JEAN BREEDEN MARION JEANNETTE BROOKS 556 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby 101 Harvin Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: OAK, Art Stall 4 THELMA BROUGHTON Bishop and Broadway Avenues Secane COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2. 3. 4 Class: OAK, Business Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Fencing 2: First Aid and Social Service 3, 4: Lc Ccrcle Francais 4: Library 3, 4 WILLIAM WALLACE BULLEN Upper Darby 247 Glendale Road COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Upi-Dah, Tylpist 4 Clubs: La Sociedad anamericanal Z Onc'Hundrecl Eight School: Publications Agent Z: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 2. 4 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 43 Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 2. 3. 4: Party 2, 3: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella 45 Archery 33 Choral 2, 3: La Sociedad Panzimericana 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 33 Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 3. 4 BARBARA M. BULDRA 314 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne BUSINESS PURPLE School: UpifDah, Typist 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4g Choral 3 ARTHUR J. BUONO 150 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD ROBERT THOMAS BURG 81 North Union Avenue Lansdowne BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Chess 4 Sports: junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3 MYRON D. BURNO 4127 Garrett Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2 MARTHA ARNETT BUTLER 3 Bloomield Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 35 La Sociedad Panamcricana 25 Library 2 EDWINA MARY RUFFELL BURK 728 Beliield Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Publications Agent 4: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Choral Z, 35 A Cappella 3 JOSEPH SPRAGUE BUSCH 7198 Locust Street Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Left to enter the Army Class: Committees: Dance 45 Party 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 45 Tennis Numerals 25 Varsity Tennis 3 DORIS ESTHER BUTTERWORTH 607 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: A. A. Council 25 Acorn, Business Staff 35 Honor Roll 45 Distinguished Honor Roll 35 Student Council 2, Secretary 45 Tribunal 35 Stamp Salesman 35 Welfare Agent 3 Class: Color Captain 25 Commencement Usher 35 Play Usher 35 Class Secretary 2 Clubs: History 25 Hi-Y 2, 3. President 45 Latin 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 Le Cercle Francais 45 Pleiades 3, 45 Tay'Wistalvan 2, 3, VicefPresident 4 Sports: Varsity Tennis, Manager 4 N " 1 HIGH sci-iooi. " 1944 S fx 'ml Srl l 2: tb GERALDINE A. CALHOUN 7123 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Literary Staff 45 Service Plaque Com' mittee 3 Class: Committees: Candy 45 Dance 2, 35 Executive 25 Party 2. 35 Play 3 Clubs: Latin 45 Riding 4 C. JANICE CAMPBELL 4405 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2, 35 Monitor 2 Class: Committees: Candy 45 Dance 4 Clubs: Fencing 2, 3, 45 History 25 La Sociedad Pan- americana 3, 45 Tay'Wistalvan 3, 45 Rifle 2 THOMAS A. CARNEY 4023 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Sports: Soccer Numerals 4 NANCY JANE CAMBLOS 26 South Harwood Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: A, A. Council 45 Honor Roll Z, 35 Distinf guishcd Honor Roll 4: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Senior Play Clubs: A Canpclla 3, 45 Choral 25 La Sociedad Pan- americana 2, 3 JOHN G. CAMPBELL 106 Kenmore Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2 Clubs: Bowling 45 Hi-Y 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 25 Varsity Soccer 3, 4 MURLYLYN W. CASE 159 Marlboro Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Choral Z, 3, 45 La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 One Hundred Nine JOSEPH R. CASSELBERRY 302 Lincoln Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2, 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3. Treasurer 4: Rifle 2 GILBERT R. CELLA 17 Oakley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2, 3 Sports: Soccer Numcrals Z WALLACE I. CHAMBERS 1805 Marshall Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Sports: Aluninr Varsity Football 3: Junior Varsity Wres' tling 2. 3: Vzirsity Track 3: Varsity Wrestling 4 r-- - . CONNIE R. CECALAS 28 Golf Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 4 PEGGY R. CHAMBERS 508 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE JOY CHARLTON 635 Merion Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Service Plaque Committee 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3: Party 4 Clubs: Commerce Z, 3 15,7 cog! Gite' as :DT-Qi' F J.: nw lil I LS MYRTLE JAYNE CHERRY BETTY JANE CHILDS 391 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill 2325 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered September. 1943 Clubs: Choral 4 LOREN J. CHURCH Drexel Hill PURPLE 507 Blythe Avenue ARTS AND CRAFTS ETHEL I. H. CLARK Drexel Hill PURPLE 4721 Woodland Avenue COLLEGE PREPARATORY li l M ' 2 3 4 Tibunal 4g Orchestra 3, 4 Sc ao: onitor , , g r Class: Assembly Choir 4: Junior Play: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3: Executive 3: Party 2, 3. 4: Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Ars Poetae 3, Secretary 4: Choral 2, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Latin 2, 35 Pleiades 3, Treasurer 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Executive 4: Party 4 Clubs: Choral 4 STEPHEN S. CLAIR, JR. 131 Oakley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Chess 4 WILLIAM H. CLARK 510 Hampden Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE One Hundred Ten JAMES MICHAEL CLAUSEN 227 Wynnewood Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Entered January 31, 1944 DORIS HELEN CLIFT 7005 Clinton Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Class: Junior Play: OAK, Art Stall' 3, 4 Clubs: Pleiades 3, 4 NORMAN T. COCHRANE 952 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Band, Color Guard 3: Orchestra 2, 3 Clubs: Algetratca 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3 if S J 1 HIGH SCHOOL fqf. X J x X 'll E qu JANE E. CONNER J. EDMOND CONROY 39 B Stephen Court Upper Darby 350 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 3: Monitor Z: Tribunal 2: Stamp Salesman 2, 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4 THOMAS CONROY 305 Cheswold Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Left to enter the Navy SAMUEL J. COOKE 7444 Miller Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3. 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Fencing Team 2, 3, 4, VicefPresi' dent 3, President 4 One Hundred Eleven Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 3, 4 JOSEPH CURTIS COOK 832 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: Monitor 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Party 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Aero 2: Bowling 2: Choral 2, Treasurer 4: Commerce 2: World Affairs Forum 2, 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Cross Coun- try 2: Varsity Cross Country 4: Varsity Swimming 4 EMIL JOHN COSTAGLIOLA 7004 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2 Sports: Tennis Numerals 2 RICHARD A. CLEVELAND 152 Overhill Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD 1 School: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. 4: English Prize 3: Student Council 4 1 Class: OAK. Editor 4: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Bowling 4: German 3: Hi-Y 4: Leeuwenboelr 3, 4: Steinmetz 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 HENRY J. CLINE 2501 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPEE School: Acom, Literary Stall' 2, 3, 4: Publications Agent 2 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 2: Play 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 2: La Sociedad Panameri- cana 3: World Affairs Forum 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Soccer Numerals 4: Junior Varsity YVrestling 3 LOUISE A. CONDILIS 4113 Vernon Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Art Prize 2 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2: Play 3 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 1944 -., l l w 1 E555 CARMEN CRUZ 4415 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: Candy Committee 4 CLAIRE MILDRED DANKWORT1-I 3228 Marshall Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications A cnt 2, 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: OAK, Business Stal? 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Archery 2: Ars Poctae 3, 4: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Latin 2. 3, 4 DOROTHY JAYNE DAVOLY 7207 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby BUSlNESS GOLD Schoolg Publications Agent 2: Service Plaque Commit' tee . Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3: Play 3 Clubs: Library 3: Riding 4 One Hundred Twelve Ki: Joi-:N L. COWAN 538 Gainesboro Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Literary Stall 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Class: junior Play: Our, Literary Staff 4: Commence- ment Usher 3: Dance Committee 3: Senior Play - Clubs: Aero 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pleiades 3: World ifairs Forum 3, 4 Sports: Varsity Wrestling 3 LOIS ANN CRAFT 4415 Cedar Lane Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3, 4: Monitor 4: Upi-Dah, Literary Stall' 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Oak, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Committees: Party 2: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Archery 3, 4: Table Tennis 2, 3: History 2: Latin 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 4: Library 4: Tay' Wistalvan 4 Spons: Baseball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 2: Hockey Numerals 3 DONALD L. CROCKER 817 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn. Literary Stafl 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Class: Oax, Literary Staff 4- Senior Play Clubs: History 2: Latin 3: world Affairs Forum 3, 4: Rifle 2 F3 -say' Y. . Q I N Q- LS JOHN DAMON 1005 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Student Council 3, 4: UpifDah, Litterary Stall' 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3, 4 Class: Committees: Party 4: Play 2: Senior Play 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: La Sociedad Panamerieana 4 Sports: Basketball Numcrals 2: junior Varsity Wres' tling 3 MURIEL ZOE DATH 638 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2. 3 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2: Hockey Numerals 2 W. RUSSELL DAWSON, JR. 118 Crestview Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 2, 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Choral 2, 3. 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 MARY CAROLYN COXE 108 Ashby Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Riding 3 JANE L. CRIDLAND 841 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 4: Biology Prize 2: Student Council 2. 3: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 4: Welfare Agent 4: Distin uished Honor Roll 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Executive 2, 4: Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: HifY 2, 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Library 4: Pleiadcs 2, 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2 LA MAY CROSS 129 Heather Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Party 2: Play 3 Clubs: Archery 3: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 3 L: - X -.1 , P J f A so 4 ,. E I PETER C. DELLHEIM 66 Sunshine Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Upi'Dah, Literary Staff 4: Orchestra 3: South' eastern District Orchestra 2 Clubs: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 AGNES ANN DELLOSO 204 Burmont Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn, Typist 4: Service Plaque Committee 2, 3, 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2 LORRAINE E. DETWEILER 278 Kent Road Upper Darby BUSIN ESS PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Monitor 2 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: Commerce 2 HIGH sci-loom. 1 21? 'srl J ROBERT P. DELLHEIM 66 Sunshine Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY School: Honor Roll 4 Class: Monitor 4: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 4: South' eastern District Orchestra 2: Orchestra 3: South' eastern District Band 2 Clubs: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3 GOLD SOPHIA ROSE DE LUCIA 22 South Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn, Busniess Stall 2, Circulation Manager 4: Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 2: NVelfar'e Agent 3, 4: Faculty-Student Welfare Committee 4: Stamp Salesman 3, 4 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4: Committees: Bulletin Board 2, 3: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 3, 4: Pay 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Archery, Field Captain 3: Choral 2, 4: Dramus 2, 3: Hi'Y 3, 4: La Sociedad Pan' americana 2, 3, President 4: Tay'Wistalvan 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 3, 4 JOHN GRIFFITH DEVIR 355 Huntly Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 4: Bas' ketball Numerals 4 N ' 1 , .L 1.45 5 fy W 'Ti X . 2, ith CONCETTA M. DI CANDILA 4132 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Entered February, 1943 JANE AIKEN DICKSON 7011 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Student Council 4 Class: OAK, Literary Stall 4: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Bowling 4 DORIS ROSIGNOL DIEDRICH 7018 Aberdeen Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 4 1944 t PEGGY L. DICKERMAN 3701 Randolph Street Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 NANCY ELEANOR DICKSON 751 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Literary Staff 2: Honor Roll 2, 3: Pub' gcafgions Agent 3: Monitor 2, 3: Upi'Duh, Literary ta 4 Class: Commencement Usher 2: Committees: Bulletin Board 3: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Senior Play Clubs: History 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Latin 2, 3, Secretary 4: le Cercle Francais 4: Tay'Wistalvan 2, 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4: Bowling 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 4 GUS JOHN DIELENS 7168 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2, 3: Student Council 2, 3 Class: Executive Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Hi'Y 3, 4 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball, Co'Captain 3: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Baseball 3: Varsity Foot' ball 4: Varsity Basketball 4 One Hundred Thirteen CARL RODGER DILLMAN, JR. 2805 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 3: Student Council 2 Class: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: Hi-Y 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling Z: Varsity Cross Country 1. 4 FRANK JOHN DI PRIMA, JR. 506 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: liflonitor 1. 4: Tribunal, President 4: Student Counci 4 Clubs: Fowlinit 3: HifY 4 Sports: Varsity Baseball 2, 3: Captain 4 KATHLEEN MARY DOLAN 351 Derwyn Road COLLEGE PREPARATORY School: Acorn, Business Stal? 2 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 Lansdowne PURPLE '-- i ll 1 . l DONALD DIMMIG 343 Lombardy Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Schnul: Monitor 'lg Student Council 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3 MARIE A. DODARO 304 Margate Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2 Clubs: Archery 3: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 45 Fencing 29 Le Cercle Francais 3. 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 25 Varsity Cheer Leading 3, 4 JEAN CAROLYN DOLL 947 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Junior Play: Senior Play Clubs: Library 2, 3, President 4: Pleiades 3, 4 !'fT 45,3 xx J X l l lf LS ADAM PAUL DONZANTI 611 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Monitor 4 Sports: Varsity Football 4 DORIS ELAINE DOWELL 302 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2 Clubs: Latin 3 EDWARD DOWNEY, JR. 60 Stratford Avenue Aldan BUSINESS GOLD 0? 151 55, " 5'7" 71 Eisisf 3 ur.: J :f ol ua CHARLES JOHN DOUGHERTY 34 North Pennock Street Upper Darby BUSlNESS GOLD FLORENCE E. DOWN 932 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3, 4 Class: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 4: Party -lg Play 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Lc Cercle Francais 3, 4: Riding 2: Choral 4 DONALD GEORGE DOWNING 501 Netherwood Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 4 Sports: Varsity Swimming. Manager 4 One Hundred Fourteen MARION ELLEN DRUMM 554 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 3: Monitor 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Library 3, 4 JEAN D. DUKE 7816 Lennox Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: Monitor 3 JOANNA MAE ECHELMEYER 19 Ridley Avenue Aidan ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: UpifDah, Art Stal? 4 Class: Assembly Choir 4: OAK, Art Staff 3, 4: Com' mittees: Dance 3, 4: Party 3. 4: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella 4: W.E.A.S. 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 4 XX 'I M lf? " 'X -' ff 1 ,Fei sf! ' HIGH SCHOOL fp. ii NANCY ELEANOR EDWARDS 711 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Ars Poetae 2, 3, 4: Beaux Arts 23 Choral Z. 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 RUTH' E. EGGERS 512 Elm Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Nlonitor 2 Class: Play Committee 3 Clubs: Ars Poctau 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 HELEN LOUISE EICHENBERGER 5 Ardsley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 4 One Hundred Fifteen is tu PEGGY EGAN 9 Berbro Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 4: Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Bulletin Board 2: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party Z Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: German 2: History 2 JAMES K. EHNTS 302 Congress Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stage Crew 2, 3: Manager 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2, 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Plciades 3, 4: Rifle 2 ROBERT J. ELBERSON 304 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD WILLIAM DAVID DUFFY 112 Oakley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2. 4: Stamp Salesman Z. 3 Class: Committees: Dance 4: Executive 4: Senior Play Clubs: bowling lg hi'Y 4: Boxing 3 Sp-:rtsz Soccer Numcrals 3: junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 PATRICA I. EACRET 4696 State Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn. Typist 4: Publications Azcnt 2: Moni- tor 2: Stamp Salesman 3, 4 Class: Committccsz Candy 4: Dance 2. 3: Party 2, 3. 4: Play 3, 4 Spmts: Basketball Numerals 2 MARGARET ELIZABETH EDWARDS 54 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Business Stall' 3, Advertising Manager 4: Public' ti ns Awent 3: Monitor 3 Class: Candy Committee 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: bowling 4: Choral 4: Fencing 4: Hi-Y 4: Pleiadcs 3. 4 Spovts: Baseball Numcrals 2 1944 F. ELIZABETH ELKO 228 Highland Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered September 1943 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4: Choral 4 PEGGY ANN ELLIS 453 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 4: Honor Roll 33 Publications Agent 2: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Dance 3: Party 2. 4: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 4: l-li'Y 3. 4: La Sociedad Panamcricana 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4: Tay'Wistalw'an 2, 3, 4 Sports: Cheer Leading 3, Captain 4 THEODORE HARRISON ELY 2323 Bond Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 4: Executive 4: Party 4 Clubs: Hi-Y 4 Sports: Varsity Baseball 3: Varsity Basketball 3 FRANK ELLIS 332 Huntley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Student Council 2 Cluss:,Eo'nm2nittces: Bulletin Board 4: Dance 2, 3: Party Clibsi KEoxi'ling 2, 3: Choral 4: La Sociedad Pan' americana 3: Pleiades 2, 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals Z: Soccer Numcrals 2 WALLACE N. ELLIS 114 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Ivlonitor 3 Class: Executive Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Boxing 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals Z, 3: Varsity Soccer 4 Spons: Soccer Numerals 2, 3: Varsity Soccer 4: Var' sity Baseball 4 LILLIAN ANN EMMERT 711 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: lvlunitor 3: UpifDuh, Art Stall' 3, 4 Classes: Committees: Bulletin Board 2, 3: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 2. 3, 4: Fencing 4: Le Cercle Fran' cais 3 yo ,bg-Y: . ev 1 '- X! if V.-x ,v i f W h U 9-2 1 E I :ff lv J' l 4-5 . HOMER KIRK EMMONS JAMES VINCENT ERLACHER Broadway Avenue Secane 1030 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Pulslications Agent 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 Clubs: llowlmg 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Basketlwall Numerals 4: Soccer Numerals 4 JAMES O. EVANS WILLIAM H'. EVERMAN, JR. 837 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill 4000 Gan-en Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Left tn enter the Nlerchant Nlarine 55110013 fviuniwr 4 School: Publications Agent 2, 3: Student Council 7' Orchcstra 2g Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 3, 4 Clubs: Avro 2, 3: Bowling 2. 3: Steinmctz 2, 3 JAMES HAROLD EWING, JR. RICHARD FACKLER 719 C0llel1lJl'00lC Avenue Drexel 722 Drexel Avenue Drexel COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Band 2, 3. 4 School: Nlonitor 4 Class: Color Captain 2, 3: Committees: Assembly 3, 4: Clubs: Bowling 4 Dance Z, 3: Executive 3: Party Z. 3 Sports: Varsity Cross Country 4 Clubs: Baseball Numerals 3 One Hundred Sixteen SUZANNE FAULKNER 90 South Keystone Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Monitor 2: UpifDah, Art and Literary Staff 4 Class: Committees: Dance Z. 3: Party 2, 3 Clubs: Ars Poctae 2, 3, 4: W.E.A.S. 2, 3, 4 ROBERT A. FEY 289 Wycombe Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Cartoonist 4: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 2 Class: Committees: Bulletin Board 2, 3, 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3: Play 2, 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Bowling 2. 3 JANICE E. FINE 3807 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3: Party 3. 4: Play 3 Clubs: Archery 3: Choral 4: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3. 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3. 4: Library 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 HIGH SCHOOL WILLIAM MICHAEL FAVRE 523 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3 Class: Committees: Assembly 3, 4: Dance 3, 4 Clubs: Fencing 4: Rifle 2 ALFRED FIDELIBUS, JR. 7220 Radbourne Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3. 4 Clubs: Commerce 3 . W FLORENCE ANNE FLAVILL 721 Long Lane pp Da COLLEGE PREPARATORY School: Acom, Literary Staff 2, 3 Q Q? lQJw.,ff4a :did ly "' t :fi f 21 l l S tu NANCY LOUISE FLECK 7052 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Choral 4 ALLAN J. FORD 108 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered January, 1943 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 FRANK G. FORSYTH 18 East Magnolia Avenue Aldan ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Left to enter the Navy 1944 RICHARD FOLTZ 102 Hampden Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD NATALIE PATTERSON FORD 328 Drexel Court Apartments Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 4: Upi-Dah, Literary Staff 3. 4: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Clasx: Commencement Usher 3: Play Usher 3: Com- mittees: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 2. 3, 4: Party Z. 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Archery 2: W.E.A,S. 2, 3, 4: l"lifY 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Pleiades 3, 4: Tay' XVistalvan 4 BETTY ANN FRAZIER 911 Burmont Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE One Hundred Seventeen ROBERT J. GARSON RICHARD E. FRAZIER 231 Hampden Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered September, 1943 Clubx: Choral 4 LOUISE ANN GALLAGHER 207 Wycombe Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Upi-Dnli, Art Staff 3. 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2, 3: Choral 45 Le Cercle Francais Z, 3 Spovts: Hockey Numerals 4 DOLORES L. GALLIGAN CHARLES P. GALLAGHER 7002 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2 Spons: Basketball Numerals 2, 4 ALICE LORETTA GALLIGAN 304 Kingston Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Clioral 2, 4: Plciadcs 3 KATHRYN A. GALLIGAN 60 South Madison Avenue Upper Darby 50 Madison Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE BUSINESS 4301.13 School: Publications Agent 2 1 f . ly I ?a!.ui we ol .- . .lim ls S RUTH GARIS 7802 Westview Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4: Library 3 2445 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Sports: Basketball Numerals 3, 45 Soccer Numerals 4 CHARLES HENRY GEOFFROY 509 Wilde Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acom. Literary Stall' 45 Honor Roll 2: Monitor 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Tribunal, President 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 2, 3, 43 Party 2, Q Clubs: Hi' 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 33 Soccer Numerals 2: Var' sity Soccer 3, 4 ZABELLE GARIS 7802 Westview Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2: UpifDah, Art Stall Z, 3, 4 Class: OAK, Art Editor 45 Committees: Bulletin Board 2, 43 Party 2, 33 Play 3 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 2, 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3. 4: Library 3 WILLIAM DONALD GARSON A 2445 Marshall Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3: Student Council 25 Upi'Dah. Typist 4 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4g Junior Play: Committoel: Dance 2- Part 2, 4: Senior Play Clubs: A Cappella 3, 43 Choral Z, 3, 4: Commerce 3: Dramus 3: Pleiades 3. 43 World Aiairs Fonim 3 Spovts: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4 HOWARD STANLEY GEORGE 285 Copley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD One H undrcd Eighteen BARBARA MARIE GERRITS 200 Shadeland Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Acro 3: La Sociedad Panamericana 3. 43 l-9 Cercle Francais 3, 4 ANNE R. GILLAN 7762 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: A. A. Council 4 Sports: Varsity Basketball 3. Captain 4 RUTH A. GLIFORT 6779 Perry Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Service Plaque Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2 X " .4 l Lk"i 74f,7.L5iL Veil? if ' HIGH SCHOOL X 1, li MARY JEAN GOLDSMITH 7004 Aberdeen Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2. 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Monitor 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Assembly 3: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Dramus 2: La Sociedad Panameri' cana 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Hockey Numerals 2, 3: Varsity Swimming, Manager -i SELMA M. GORITZ 7062 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE JOHN F. GRAUCH, 3RD 2520 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4: Party 4 Clubs: Archery 3: Bowlinu 2, 4: Chess 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2 One-Hundred Nineteen stil U:. MARY JANE GOODMAN 820 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4 LEONA MAE GRACE 49 Beech Avenue Aldan BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn. Typist 4: Upi'Dah, Typist 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 2, 3, Secretary 4: Choral 2, 3 Spovts: Baseball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 2, 3. 4 FAWN PHYLLIS GREELEY 349 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: A Cappella -ig Choral 3, 4: Commerce 3: Le Cerele Francais 3 RICHARD H. H. GILBERT 509 Gainsboro Road Drexel Hin COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Acro 3: Bowling 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 JEANNE E. GLAZIER 758 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Rille 2 ALBERT GOLDSMITH 532 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Southeastern District Band 2: Orchestra 3: Stage Crew 4 1944 Q95 MARY JUDITH HAIGH 920 Baltimore Avenue Lansdowne BUSINESS PURPLE School: Student Council 4: Stamp Salesman 4: Welfare Agent 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 2. 3 ESTHER IRENE HALLMAN 1105 Wilson Drive Upper Darby COMMERCIAL GOLD Clubs: A Cappella Chorus 4: Choral 2: La Sociedad Panamericana 2 JOSEPH GILKESON HALY 212 Guilford Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD One Hundred Twenty RODNEY H. GREEN 443 Shadeland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered April 1943 School: Band 4g Orchestra 4 DAVID NORMAN GRIFFITHS 4014 Vernon Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD TERESE I. HAGEN 7118 Penarth Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2, 3 Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 3, 45 Fencing Z: Library 3, 4 you -go f l l LS DOROTHEA LOUISE HALES 6843 Radbourne Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3 FLEUR HALPERN 115 North Fairview Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2, 3 Class: Party Committee Z Clubs: Ars Poetae 3, 4: Fencing 2, 3, Team 4: Lc Cercle Francais 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 Spons: Tennis Numerals 2 GERRY HAMEL 552 Wiltshire Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Welfare Agent 2 Clubs: Choral 3, 4 ANNA MARIE GREENE 146 Normandy Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn. Typist 4: Publications Agent 2: Moni' tor 3: Band Majorette 3, 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 4 GEORGE HENRY GROTYOHANN 4048 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Orchestra 2, 3. 4 MERL THOMAS HAGUE 3700 Dei-mend Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLB School: Honor Roll 2, 35 Student Council 4: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: junior Play: Commencement Usher 3: Com- mittees: Assembly 4: Bulletin Board 31 Dance 3, 4: Executive 4: Party Z, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Fencing 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Pleiades 2. 3. VicefPresident 4 Sports: junior Varsity Track 35 Varsity Swimming DORIS ELIZABETH HAMILTON 60 Hartley Road L3hSCl0Wl'49 COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Welfare Committee 33 Color Captain 3, 43 'Class Secretary 3. 43 Commencement Usher 33 Committees: Candy 43 Dance 3, 43 Executive 3, 43 Party 3, 43 Play 3. 4 Clubs: Ara Poetae 3, 43 Hi-Y 3. SCCYCYUY 4: LC Cercle Francais 2, 33 Pleiades 3 Sports: Baseball Numerals 23 Hockey Numerals 23 Junior Varsity Hockey 23 Varsity Hockey 3, 4 EDWIN S. HAN FORD 445 Renwood Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Sportskjunior Varsity Wrestling 33 Varsity Cross Counf try ELIZABETH HARDY 119 Chatham Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 43 Acorn, Business Staff 2, Liter' ary Staff 43 Honor Roll 3, 43 Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 43 Publications Agent 43 Elmira College Key 33 Upi'Dah, Literary Stall' 3, 43 Orchestra 23 Stamp Cashier 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 33 Play Usher 33 Com' mittees: Assembly 33 Bulletin Board 23 Candy 43 Dance 2, 3, 43 Executive 23 Party 2, 3, 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae Z. 3, 43 HifY 2, 3, 43 Latin 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais 43 Rifle 2 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball 2, 33 Junior Varsity Hockey 2, 33 Varsity Basketball 43 Varsity Hockey 43 Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Captain 4 JAMES HAMILTON 32 South Glenwood Avenue Aldan BUSINESS GOLD Left to enter the Navy E. LORRAINE HARBERT 7005 Hilltop Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered September, 1943 School: Monitor 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4 GERTRUDE HARDY 119 Chatham Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: A. A. Council 43 Acom, Business Staff 23 Hpnor Roll 23 Publications Agent 33 Student Coun' ci 4 Class: Commencement Usher 33 Committees: Assembly 33 Candy 43 Dance Z, 3, 43 Party 2, 3, 43 Play 3 Clubs: Ars Poetae 2, 3, President 43 Choral 23 First Aid and Social Service 3, 43 Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Latin 2, 33 Le Cercle Francais 43 Rifle 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 33 Hockey Numerals 33 Tennis Numerals 23 junior Varsity Basketball 23 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 w 'I y -x li lg? . . Tv i ,fra A f gf Q HIGH sci-tool. Eff YM. MARIAN ELLEN HARER State Road and Rogers Ave. Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Committees: Candy 43 Dance 2, 33 Party 2, 43 Play 3, 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 3. Treasurer 43 Beaux Arts 23 Choral 33 Dramus Z, 33 La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 43 Latin 2 MARGARET HARMON 6866 Clover Lane Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD DOROTHY LOIS HART 309 State Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: Honor Roll 23 Publications Agent 3, 43 Upif Dah, Typist 43 Service Plaque Committee 2, 3, 43 Stamp Salesman 23 Welfare Agent 43 Student Faculty Welfare Committee Class: OAK, Typist 43 Senior Playg Committees: Candy 43 Dance 33 Party 4 Clubs: Bowling 43 Commerce 2, 33 Pleiades 3, 4 .33 A gm at 1944 WALTER L. HARLOS 2226 Ardmore Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 ALLEN E. HART 33 South Harwood Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE MARY L. HARTMAN 258 Margate Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 3, 43 Welfare Committee 3 Clubs: Choral 43 Commerce 3 One Hundred Twentyone RALPH R. HARTMAN 3726 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Schonl: Orchestra 2 Class: Play Usher 3: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Pleiades 3, 4 PAUL HOWARD HASTINGS 343 Sherbroolc Boulevard Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Monitor 2: Band 2, 3. 4 Sports: junior Varsity Basketball 3 DORIS M. HEACOCK 15 South Harwood Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 2, 3. 4 E315 x GEORGIANA HASLETT 4332 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Clubs: W.E,A.S. Z. 3, 4: Bowline 4 Spons: Basketball Numerals 43 Hockey Numcrals 4 BERNICE E. HATCH 477 Brookfield Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 4: Student Council 4g Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: Assembly Choir. Director 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella. Accompanist 3, 43 Choral 2. 3. President 43 Dramus 33 HifY 3, 43 La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Latin 2: Tay-Wistalvan 4 RUTH ELEANOR HEACOCK 629 Maple Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 33 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3. 43 Biology Prize 2 Class: Commencement Usher 39 Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3. 4: Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 2, 3, President 45 Choral 2, 4g HifY 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4g junior Varsity Hockey 2, 31 Varsity Hockey 4g Varsity Swimming 3 V' uv - 'E-1-f' fs!! ROBERT JOSEPH HEATON 251 Wingate Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Left to enter the Navy TRUDY HENDRICKSON 203 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 49 Dance 3, 43 Executive 3: Party 3, 4 Clubs: Riding 2, 4 Spanx: Tennis Numerals 2, 3 JOAN HERDER 127 Crestview Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Welfare Agent 35 StudentfFaculty Welfare Com' mittee 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 25 La Sociedad Punameris cana 43 Le Cercle Francais 3 l.. f??5w 5335 JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH HEIMAN 3436 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Publications Agent 23 Service Plaque Com' mittee 3. 4 Class: Play Usher 3 LEWIS H. HENDRIXSON 216 Magnolia Terrace Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Fencing 45 Rifle 2 MARVIN HERMAN 155 North Madison Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Commencement Usher 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 2, 3 One Hundred Twentyftwo VIRGINIA HOLT FRANCES MARIE HEYL 114 Heather Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 35 Upi-Dah, Art Staff 2, 3, 45 Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Committees: Bulletin Biaard 3, 45 Candy 45 Dance 2, 3, 45 Party 2, 3, 45 Pa 3 Clubs? W.E.A,S. 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Fencing 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey, Manager 2, 35 Varsity Hockey, Manager 4 RUTH LUCILLE HIPWELL 638 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2,35 Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Assembly Choir 35 OAK, Business Staff 45 Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 35 Choral 2, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 25 junior Varsity Swimming 2 NANCY JANE HOLLAND 474 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Committees: Candy 45 Dance 2, 3, 45 Party 45 P ay 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 45 TayfWistalvan 45 Tee-Ball Club 25 World Affairs Forum 4 N ' 1 .1 Ui lg? HIGH sci-loot Eifif' " l 352 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 25 Monitor 2, 35 Tribunal 45 Stamp Salesman 2. 3. 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3, 45 Executive 45 Party 2. 3. 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 T JAMES B. HORTON 833 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 35 Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Public Speaking Prize 25 English Prize 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3 ubs Bowlm 4 erma Cl : ' g 5 Fencing 45 G n 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 35 Varsity Golf 3 WILBUR E. HUDSON 706 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 35 Student Council 25 Band 2, 3. 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Forum 35 Rifle 2 One Hundred Twentyfthrec as it ROBERT HOLZMUELLER 3821 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY ' GOLD School: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 AUDREY HOUGH 905 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 25 Monitor 35 Chairman 25 Tribunal 3 Class: Color Captain 3, 45 Committees: Assembly 45 Dance 2, 3, 45 Party 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 MARION DOROTHY HUEBNER 4603 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 45 Monitor 25 Student Council 2, 35 Tribunal 25 Stamp Salesman 2, 3 Class: Junior Playg Candy Committee 45 Play Com' mittee 4 Clubs: Choral 45 Fencing 2, Team 45 Le Cercle Fran' cais 3. 4 Sporzs: Varsity Swimming 2, 3. Captain 4 CONSTANCE JEAN HINMAN 48 Hampden Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana Z EDWARD F. HIRSCH, JR. 747 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2, Chairman 35 Student Council 25 Stamp Salesman 2 Clubs: HifY 3, Sergeant-at'Arms 4 Sports: junior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 4 DIANA ALLEN HOLLER 7119 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 4 Class: Committees: Bulletin Board 25 Dance Z, 35 Play 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 35 Choral 45 La Sociedad Pana- mericana 25 Pleiadcs 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 4 1944 l WILLIAM S. HUET 7434 Rodgers Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD JOYCE T. HUFT 904 Mason Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 4, Chairman 2, 3: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Committees: Dance Z, 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3: Assembly 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamerieana 3, 4 EDNA A. HYDE 3421 Berkley Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn, Typist 4: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Junior Play: Commencement Usher 3: Candy Committee 4: Senior Play GLORIA ELIZABETH HUEY Drexel Hill 839 Ormond Avenue COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Le Cercle Fran' cais 3, Treasurer 4 VICTOR HUGO 1025 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Photographer 4: Honor Roll 3: Band 2: Stage Crew 2, 3. 4 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4: OAK, Photographer 4: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3. 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Dramus 3: Pleiades 2, 3, 4: Terraqua 4 NANCY R. HYNSON 634 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn, Advertising Manager 2: Publications Agent 4: Monitor 3: Student Council 2 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 3. 4: Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Archery 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Dramus 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Pleiades 3, 4 Clubs: Choralli: I'yfY 2, 4cVLalSocicdad Panameri- ..4: 'e 3: Q- Q 2.3.4 Spbiltlslh Junior Ylthisiti' Baskxvballlella van r I 'Milf ,W -12,7 XL .' f -Q ' "E Q :E--7 3-.15-9 : ja? Lia Sarong i"' is PEGGY ANN INGRAM DOROTHY E. JACKSON 41 Kent Road Upper Darby 359 Margate Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSINESS PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 2 Clilisz Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Party 2: ay 3 Spovts: Varsity Swimming 2, 3 ROBERT J . JACKSON 7255 Guilford Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD DOROTHY LENORE JANDA 525 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 3 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 3. 4: Play 3 Clnhs: A Cappella 3, 4: W.E.A.S. 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Dramus 2: Hi'Y 3, Vice-President 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: TayfWistalvan 3, President 4 Sports: Varsity Swimming 3 One Hundred Twenty-four School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Stamp Salesman 2: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2: Party 3: Play 2 Clubs: Brwling 2: Commerce 2: Library 4 ELNA J ACOBSEN 3422 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 4: Tri- bunal 2: UpifDah, Literary Stall, Assistant Editor 3, Co-Editor 4: Welfare Agent 3, 4: Student-Faculty Welfare Committee 4 Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4: Color Captain 2: Com- mittees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Executive 2: Party 3, 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3: Secretary 4: Dramus 2, Secretary 3: HifY 2. 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2, 3: Librarian and Historian 4: Pleif ades 3: TayfWistalvan 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 4 LOYCE JARVIS 825 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 4: Party 3, 4 DORIS E. JEFFRIES 615 Maryland Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Orchestra Z, 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3: Party 3: Play 3, 4 Clubs: Archery 3, 4: Bowling 3, Vice-President 4: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4 Sports: Baseball Numcrals 3: Hockey Numerals 3 JOHN JOHNSON 110 Copley Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 4: Student Council 4 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Team 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Football 3 ROBERT DAWSON JOYCE 114 Chatham Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Committees: Assembly 4: Dance 3: Party 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 JOSEPH ALLISON JESKE 848 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 MARTHA JANE JONES 901 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 4: Monitor 2, 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3: Party 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Riding 2, 3 DORIS GRACE JUNI 4104 Taylor Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: Publications Agent 3: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Riding 2 N ' J ., : 7 :I W 4- ' X . HIGH sci-lool. Eiiicfffl sob in NICHOLAS C. KANIUKA 3846 James Street Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council 2 Sports: Varsity Soccer 4 ELSIE M. KAUFFMAN 4109 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD JOHN W. KEELER 346 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Distinguished Honor Roll 3 Clubs: Rifle 2 1944 BETTY JEAN KAUFFMAN 4109 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Library 4 GRANT HAROLD KEELER 735 Ormond Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Band 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Aero 2: Bowling 2, 3, ViccfPresident 4: Hip- pocrates 2, President 3, 4: Steinmctz 2, Historian 3 Sports: Varsity Track Manager 4 MARY JANE KEEN 727 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acom, Business Staff 2, 3, Manager 4: Publi' cations Agent 4: Ivlonitor 3: Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Committees' Candy 4: Dance 3: Party 3: Play 3 4 Clubs: Choral 4: HifY 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, Vice-President 4: Tay' Wistalvan 2, 3, Treasurer 4 One Hundred '1'wenty'five DONALD WILLIAM KEHL 920 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD S-'lwulz Honor Roll 3. 4: Orchestra Z, 3. 4 Class: Dance Committee 2- Senior Play Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3: History 2: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 JOHN RUSSELL KENNEY JOAN C. KENNARD 1017 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Play Usher 3: Committees: Party 4: Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Fran- cais 2, 3, 4: Pleiades 2, 3, 4: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3 Spons: Baseball Numerals 3 MARY ELIZABETH KERAK 131 Heather Road UPPBI' DHBV 3829 James Street Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSINESS PURPLE School: Mrinitfwr Z Clubs: Choral 2, 3 Class: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral Z, 3, 4: La Socicdad Panamcricana Z FRANCES M. KESEL 7225 Spruce Street Upper Darby DAVID KILGOUR 208 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Choral 3, 4 Left to enter the Navy 3335: Clubs: Archery 3 'v-v w... ig' V. l lbs? if it 5, 3 EF ,E - W X --1 V ?5g::Ef, if, j ?E'i.l'.I JU" A Z LN JOSEPH JOHN KILKENNY MARGARET LOUISE KING 643 Copley Road Upper Darby 4041 Marshall Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Left to enter the Navy ROBERT C. KIRKPATRICK, JR. 631 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 4: Acorn Staff 4: Student Council 2 Class: Committees: Dancc 3, 4: Executive 3. 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, Treasurer 3: Hi-Y 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Tennis 3 MARY ANN KOBILNYK 458 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered March, 1943 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3 Entered September, 1943 FLORENCE META KIRMSE 126 Glencoe Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: English Prize 2. 3: German Prize 3: Publications Agent 3 Class: Assembly Choir, Organist 4: Ona, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, 4: Dramus Z, 3: Ger- man 2, President 3: Le Ccrcle Francais 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 WILLIAM C. KOCKLER 4039 Redden Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE One Hundred Twentysix HIGH SCHOOL JOSEPH THOMAS LABRUM, JR. 133 Woodlawn Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Photographer 4: Com- mittees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 3 Clubs: Latin 3: Bowling 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2: Baseball Numerals 3: Basketball Numerals 4 JOAN MARIE LAPPIN 4027 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3 Class: Junior Play Clubs: Latin 3, 4: Pleiades 3, 4 Spovtsz Varsity Swimming 2, 3 HAROLD ALBERT LAURENCE 722 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Student Council 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance Z, 3, 4: Executive 2, 3: Party 2, 3: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 2, 3: Choral 3: Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 Sports: Varsity Football 3: Varsity Baseball 4 Une Hundred Twentyfscven ANN CHRISTINE KOEHLER BERTHA MAE KOENIG 4122 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill 7065 Greenwood Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent Z Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2. 3: La Sociedad Pan' americana 2 Lois ELIZABETH KRAMER HENRY H- KRIMMEL I 122 Terrace Avenue Upper Darby 386 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE BUSWESS PURPLE Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 2, 3 SalxiliD1:fSc'gl'gonEil1iigc?'??'li Salesman 2 Clubs: Choral Z, 3 JOANNE KUTZ MARTIN KWAIT 231 Cedar Lane Upper Darby 3443 Marshall Road Drexel Park COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2, 3, 4: Dramus 2: Latin 2, 3 SS Il I ' . .: as i ,ff +4 lifilx 5 S! S l: 72 H hi Q' Sy, T 1 944 4525: WINIFRED MAXINE LAMB 318 Iiighland Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Typist 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Dis' tinguished Honor Roll 3: Monitor 4: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: OAK, Typist 4: Commencement Usher 3: Com' mittees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Play 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 4: Hi-Y 4: La Sociedad Panameri' cana, Vice-President 4: Pleiades 3, 4 C. DENNIS LAUGHLIN, JR. 384 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Band 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Clubs: Archery 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 4 CHARLES DOLMAN LAW 95 Hartley Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Clubs: Bowling 3: Chess 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 I Y.. ill 3?S5 HELEN LOUISE LEWIS 3423 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Southeastern District Or- chestra 2: All-State Orchcltra 2 DORIS M. LINDEMUTH 4102 Garrett Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 7. Clubs: Choral 3. 4 ELIZABETH HEIN LINDER 344 Edmonds Avenue ARTS AND CRAFTS School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4 Drexel Hill PURPLE One Hundred Twenty-eight WINIFRED ANN LAWHORNE 44 Oak Lane Primos COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2: La Sociedad Pan' americana 2 BETSEY LENTZ 7012 Llanfair Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Southeastern District Orchestra 2: Service Plaque Committee 3. 4 Class: OAK, Business Stall' 4: Committees: Assembly 4: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 4: Pleiades 4: World Affairs Forum 3. Treasurer 4 JOSEPH H. LEONARD 705 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Left to enter the Army Clubs: Bowling 2 l F! -I lv 1 X' X g LX DOLORES C. LIBERATORE 259 Bayard Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Sclxol: Acorn, Typist 4: Stamp Salesman 2: Welfare ' t 4 gen Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Fencing 2: Le Cercle Francais 3 BERNILDA MARY LINDER 414 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE LENORE EDYTHE LITWIN 415 Midvale Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2 Clam: 2La3Sociedad Panamericana 3: Le Cercle Fran' A. BEATRICE LEE cfo Mitchell's Lumber Yard Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Clubs: Choral 2 PATRICIA MARIE LENZ 924 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3: Orchestra 2: Stamp Sales' man 4 Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 3: Choral 4: Riding 3 CLAUDE RODNEY LERCH ll North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Entered March, 1943 b ii A1 Q T SPSS! SMSF: RICHARD GEORGE LIVINGSTON 5020 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill 'JOLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 4: Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Riding 4 FRANCES E. LOPEZ lI6 South Clifton Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Orchestra 3, 4 MARCIE H. LUTTRELL D09 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4 Clubs: Library 3, 4: Pleiades 3. 4 JAMES GILBERT LOMAN 1209 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2 Clubs: Rille Z Spoftsz Varsity Swimming 4 ELMER E. LUCAS 315 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Monitor 2. 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Soccer Numerals 3, 4: Varsity Soccer 3, 4 JEANNE LUTZ 318 North Lansdowne Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll Z, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3. 4: Publications Agent 4: English Prize 3: UpifDal1, Literary Stall' 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: German 2, 3: Riding 2: World Aifairs Forum 4 HIGH SCHOOL N 4 f ,N . 1,-WP -s A , Q. W A ei ei! ' iii? -ta JOANNE MacDONOUGH Aroniminlr Arms Apartments Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3: Executive 3: Party 3: Play 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4 JOHN E. NI:-ICGREGOR 109 Crestview Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Treasurer 3: President 4: Committees: Dance 4: Executive 3. 4 Clubs: Boxing 3: Hi'Y 3, 4 Spo1ts: Junior Varsity Basketball Z: Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4 DONALD C. MacLEAN 828 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2: Stage Crew 3. 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2: Play 3, 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Pleiades 4: Rille 2. 3 4 1944 SYLVIA B. MacFADDEN 141 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD DANIEL ARTHUR MACKIN 41 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY COLD School: A. A. Council 4: Monitor 3 Class: Color Captain 2, 3, 4: Committees: Dance 3: Executive 2 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: HifY 3, 4 Spoftsz Basketball Numerals 3: junior Varsity Basketball 2: Varsity Baseball 3: Varsity Basketball 3, Co- Captain 4 PAUL RICHARD MaeMICHAEL 318 State Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Z, 3: La Sociedad Panamericana 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 One Hundred 'Twcntvfnine DORIS ANNE MacNEILL 70 Hartley Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 4 JEAN ELISE MANGER 3808 Sommer: Avenue COLLEGE PREPARATORY School: Monitor 4 Class: Committccs: Candy 4: Dance 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, 3: First Aid and Social Service 2, 3, Secretary 4 Drexel Hill PURPLE GERRIE M. MARKS 1237 Belfield Avenue COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2, 3, 4: Tribunal 3: Stamp Salesman 7. Class: Committees: Dance Z. 3: Executive 3: Party Z. 3: Play 3 Clubs: Fencing 2: l"lifY 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana J. 4 Drexel Hin 5095 MARTIN HUNTER MALLORY 4645 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: Welfare Agent 3 Clubs: Acro 3 ANTHONY J. MARKEALLI 152 Burmont Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD BETTPY MARVEL 2346 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 4: Party 4: Play 4 Clubs: Archery 3. 43 Ars Poetae 4: W.E.A.S. 4: Bowling 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 4: Riding 3, 4 you .-. 'Sr' i if S MARGARET JANE MATHIAS 201 Ardmore Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Assembly Choir 3, 4: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Archery 3: Choral 2, 3, 4: Dramus 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. 4 BARBARA McCAMBRIDGE 1136 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll Z. 3. 4: Monitor 4, Chairman 2, 3: Student Council 4: UpifDah. Assistant Editor 3. CofEditor 4: Well fare Agent 4: Student Faculty Welfare Committee 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 3: Play 3 Clubs: History 2: HifY 2, 3, 4: La Sociedad Pan' americana 3. 43 Latin, Treasurer 4: TayfWistalvan 2, 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsitv Basketball 3, 4: Varsity Hockey 3: Cap- tain 4: Varsity Tennis 3 ALBERT V. McCLENAGHAN 228 North Linden Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 95222 l L... : ,L 2 E Q1 - - g QE? 3 +in- AIQRRT JAMES MAYER, JR. 151 Powell Lane ' Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY A PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Monitor 3. 4: Tribunal 4 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4: Play Committee 4 Clubs: A Cap ella 4g Choral 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 3. 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: junior Varsity Basketball 2: Junior Varsity Track 2: Varsity Basketball 3: Co- Captain 4: Varsity Track 3 ARTHUR ROBERT McCANN 7118 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 4: English Prize 2: Tribunal, Attorney 4: UpifDuh, Literary Staff 3. 4 Class: Osx, Literary Staff 4: Committees: Dance 2. 3. 4' Partv 3: Plav 3 Clubs: Choral 2: Latin 3: Rille 2: Bowling 4 RUTH ETHEL McCONNELL 108 Heather Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Play Usher 3: Play Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3. 4 - One Hundvecl Thirty RUTH ELIZABETH MCCOOLEY 243 Richfield Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Entered September, 1943 JEAN G. MCCURDY 7436 Miller Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Debating Z5 Publications Agent 2, Student Council 35 Service Plaque Committee 45 Stamp Salesman 2, 4 Class: Junior Plav 35 Committees: Assembly 45 Bulletin Board 45 Candy 45 Dance 3, 45 Executive 4 Play 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 3, 4g Fencing 45 Pleiades 3, Sec' retary 4 ANNA ELIZABETH McGEEHAN ELIZABETH McCULLOUGH 256 Avon Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 2 CORNELIA R. McFADDEN 4023 Dayton Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Latin 3, 4 PEGGY MCHENRY 23 Oakley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4 HIGH SCHOOL ,dl Ti 1944 PURPLE Q! EDWA TH MGH 0 ea pper Darby Q-:dare TS ll s . Assembly Committee 3 RICHARD GRANT McKECHNIE 3200 East Marshall Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD WILLIAM McKENNA 817 Alexander Avenue ARTS AND CRAFTS Left to enter Class: Party Committee 3 Clubs: Boxing 3: Hi-Y 4 Sports: Varsity Football 4 One Hundred Thirtyfone the Navy Drexel Hill GOLD 7328 Miller Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4 x " 1 Q 0' IW? ,fb . 'il ' is tt- HAROLD LAWRENCE MCKAIG, JR. 125 East Providence Road Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Acro 35 Bowling 45 Fencing 25 Hi-Y 3, 4g Rifle 2 Spovtsz Soccer Numerals 45 Varsity Swimming 3, 4 ROBERT McKENNA 7238 Brent Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4 JOYCE S. McKENTLY 3814 Brunswick Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Service Plaque Committee 45 Atom. Typist 4 Class: Commencement Usher 35 Candy Committee 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3 , v F JANE MCKINLEY 1-xsnnairr JOHN McKI'I'I'RICK, Jn. 670 Ferne Avenue Drexel Hill 512 SPl'in86eld Roid Aldm COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD COLLEGE PREPARATORY G01-D Entered December, 1943 5Cl100l1 Slam? 531045130 3 A. WILLIAM McKNIGHT KATHERINE ANN McNALLY 109 South Carol Boulevard Upper Darby 215 Beg-bg-9 Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSINESS PURPLE School: Monitor 33 Welfare Agent 3 Class: Play Committee 3 School: Band 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 43 Play 4 Clubs: Archery 43 Fencing 4 JOHN S. MBCLEARY, JR. DOROTHY B. MEGBE 423 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby 511 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD BUSINESS GOLD Left to enter the Navy School: Monitor 2 Sflwvlr M0nit0r 3. 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2: Party 2 l Class: Committees: Dance 3g Party 2 1 1 TY l 'Q-i-" . ,- -1- e - - e 335 lil! 3 l xi- J l ' L5 X V W- W GLORIA M. MEIXNBR JOHN G. MERKEL A 366 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill 1122 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSlNESS PURPLE Clliblg Choral 45 La Sociedad Panamericana 33 Library Clubs: Bowling 3 RICHARD B. MESIROV LESTER L. METZ 1 126 Chatham Road Upper Darby 7150 Radbourne Road Upper Darby l COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSINESS GOLD I Sclgggimljiloraor 25'3QFua:iiia::c:nkQg!etnt3?gsS3:jd:e'1r2t iihgzlzglggoi Roll 3, 4g Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Pacul? Welfare Committee 4 lgluii nf.'.5Ti'.l"3C'Zm'iSi'eeZ 0: . z iSp:1ta: Buketgall Numeral: 4g Varsity Cross Country ' 45 Vanity Swimming 4 l l 1 9 Y 1 ARTHUR C. MBTZGER, JR. ANN MILLER 220 I-0118 I-500 UPPCI' Dafbl' 349 Cheswold Road Upper Darby i OOLLBGE PREPARATORY PURPLE CQLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD 'Schl:StdcC '12 . -- . ' . Q clung: Boilfrris spunclpmcing 2, Team 3' Captain 4 Scggfiwgmgxbgxcations Agent 4, Monitor 2, 3, Stamp Q Class: Committees: Dance 23 Party 3 1 Clubs: Choral 2g La Sociedad Panamericana 3 T l 0-nc Hundred Thirtyftwo DORIS MARIE MILLER 1200 Cornell Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Entered September, 943 DAVID A. MILNE 527 Gainsboro Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2. 3 Class: Executive Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2 JOSEPH ACHILLE MONGELLI 7219 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered February, 1943 Clubs: Choral 3. 4 HIGH SCHOOL OLGA JOAN MILLER 4016 Lasker Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Acorn, Typist 4: Service Plaque Committee 4 Clubs: Library 3, 4 FRANKLIN W. MOHNEY 923 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3: Student Council 4 Clubs: Varsity Rifle 2, 3, Captain 4: Varsity Soccer, Manager 4 MARGARET W. MOON 901 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 45 Orchestra 2, 3: South' eastern District Orchestra 2: Welfare Agent 33 Stu' dentfliaculty Welfare Committee 3 Class: OAK. Business Staff, CofManager 4: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3, 4g Party 2, 3, 45 Play 3' Senior Play, Assistant Manager 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 2: Bowling 3, 4: La Sociedad Panf americana 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3 X" 7 fx , ci "rj 1 iii A 'Kilt X f' 31 Q I Efiisilv' I Sill L LOIS ARMSTRONG MOONEY 28 B Stephens Court Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3: Student Council, Secretary 35 Stamp Salesman 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2 WEBSTER S. MOORE 7206 Hilltop Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 3 Class: Dance Committee 3, 4 Clubs: Bowling 4g La Sociedad Panamericana 3 Sports: Soccer Numerals 3: Varsity Soccer 4 WILLIAM J. MORRISON, JR. 644 Littlecroft Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 4 NORMAN M. MOORE 216 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Left to enter the Navy BETTY JEAN MORRIS 113 Hat-vin Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Honor Roll 3. 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Publications Agent 2, Monitor 2: Stamp Sales- man 3, 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Party Committee 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 45 Choral 2, 3, 4 BURTON P. MORTENSEN 3429 Plumstead Avenue Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Monitor 3 One Hundred 'Thirtyftbrce JAMES H. MoizToN 351 Lakeview Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Student Council 3: Band 3 Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Archer 3: Bowling 3: HifY 4 Spam: Baseball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3 ANN M. MRAZ 154 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE DANIEL J. MUIQUEEN MILDRED MOSKOWITZ 401 Sansom Street Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2 Clubs: Choral 4: Latin 2 HARRY V. MULHERN, JR. 7220 Pine Street Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor, Chairman 4: Student Council 2, 3: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 4: Play 3. 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 4: HifY 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamcricana 3 Spovts: Junior Varsity Baslretball 2: Varsity Baslret' ball 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 2, 3 EVELYN RUTH MURPHY 9 North Sycamore Avenue Clifton Heights 6856 Clove' Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE BUSINESS GOLD . Entered September, l943 ps -ICJ 1 or 4 ' 3' - A, f r ' 5.1 'ti' 'S r 'ml -Q15 LS JANE MURRAY 665 Long Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE ETHEL M. MYERS 805 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Party 2: Play 3 Clubs: Archery 3: Choral 3: History 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4 JOHN LOGAN NEED 19'Hawthorne Lane Rosemont COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3: Physica Prize 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Senior Pla Clvabs: Algetrarca 2: Fencing Team 3, Vice-President 4: erman 3 ROY W. MURRAY, JR. 528 Spruce Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council 3: Stamp Salesman 4 Clubs: Chess 3: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Stein- metz Socicty 2. 3, 4 VIRGINIA MAE NAGLB 107 Marlborough Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE FREDA NBITHAMMER 622 Maple Avenue Alden COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2, 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 3: Party 2. 3 Clubs: Choral 2 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2: junior Varsity Hockey 2, 3 Om Hu'ndred..Thirty'fowr .lm J HIGH SCHOOL JAYNE VIRGINIA O'BRIEN 84 Houston Road Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Dance Committee 2 JOYCE TAYLOR O'NEILL 3300 School Lane Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Biology Prize 2 Class: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3: Choral 2: German 3 DOROTHY W. OTT 156 North Madison Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: Monitor 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2 One Hu'nd1ed 'Thirty-five GEORGE F. NELSON 213 Heather Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Band 3,L:ft to enter the Navy Clubs: Choral 2 NOREEN NICHOLS 463 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 4: Party 4: Play 3 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: Bowling 4: Choral 2: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Riding 2, 3, 4 BETTIE RUTH NYE 209 Barrington Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Monitor 2: Welfare Agent 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2: Executive 3: Party 3 Clubs: Choral 4: Fencing 4 Spons: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 N ' 1 - fx A A Yffgx :Az Q! W 4 ,. :Pi f ll l 'if 25 n NANCY R. O'KANE 224 Long Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD RICHARD V. ORR 146 Barrington Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE PETER L. PAIN 532 Harper Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 2, 3 Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Fencing 3 ANNA JO NICHOLAS 521 Midvale Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Welfare Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 4 ROBERT EARLY NICHOLSON 7739 Parkview Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: Publications Agent 2, 3, 4: Mathematics Prize Z, 3: Tribunal, Prosecuting Attorney 4: Student Council 3: Monitor 2 Class: Assembly Choir 4: OAK, Business Staff, Co- Manager 4: Senior Play: Committees: Executive 2: Party 2, 3: Play 4 Clubs: A Cappella 43 Bowling 3, Secretary 4: Bowling Team 4: Chess Z, President 3, 4: Chess Team 2, 3, Captain 4: Choral 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Pleiades 3, 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Soccer Numerals 4 JAMES E. OAKLEY 416 Glendale Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Monitor 2 Class: Assembly Choir 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2 1944 335 CHARLES PENMAN 113 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 4 Sports: Baseball Numcrals 2 ELIZABETH PETERSON 4034 Rosemont Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3. 4: Welfare Agent 4 Clan: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Part 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: La Sociedad' Panamcricana 2, 3, 4: Rifle 2: , Tee'Ball 2 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3 BEVERLY ANN PICKERING 514 'Woodcliffe Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2 Clan: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Aero 2, 4: Choral 3, 4: Fencing Z. 3. Team 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 One Hundred Thirty-six HARRY D. PAINTER 338 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: Choral 2, 3 FRANK FORD PATTERSON 451 Fairfax Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered Army February 4, 1944 School: Student Council Z Class: Dance Committee 3 Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 4 DAVID A. PEDRICK 4111 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Left to enter the Army W -uv' YL LS MARIE ELIZABETH PEPINO 7166 Marshall Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 2, 3 ROLLAND WILLIAM PHILLIPS 750 Concord Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Welfare A ent 4 Class: Assembly Clioir 3, 4: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3. President 4: Choral 2, 3, VicefPresident 4: Rifle 2 ANNA AGNES PLATUS 144 Burmont Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD CONNIE LEE PALMER 16 North Linden Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Acom, Typist 4: Monitor 4: Stamp Salesman 2 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Play 3 Clubs: Fencing 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2: Library 4: Pleiadcs 3, 4 Sponss Baseball Numerals 2 EDWARD FRANK PECKO 81 Bridge Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Sports: Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4 JOHN PELTZ 916 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Monitor 2: Band 2: Stage Crew 2, 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2: Play 2 Clubs: Aero 2: Bowling 2, 3. 4 JOHN DAVID POTTS 109 Powell Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2. 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 4: Publications Agent Z Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 3 JENNIE QUINN 1134 Roosevelt Drive Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE School: English Prize 3 Clubs: Choral 4 ANNETTE N. REEVE 925 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 2, 3 Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Library 2 MARIAN ROZELDA PRICE 7176 Ruskin Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2 RICHARD L. RANDOLPH 7236 Bradford Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2, Chairman 3, 4: Student Council 4 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2 LOIS REILLY 22 Wellington Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: OAK, Literary Stall 4: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3: Play 3 Clubs: HifY 4: Latin 3, Secretary 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 N " 1 s N., :ff I ,ff W1 ef! X HIGH SCHOOL fy, sob G PATRICIA REMENTER 630 Ridgewood Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY ' GOLD School: Acorn. Business Staff 2: Honor Roll 2 Class: OAK, Business Staff 4: Committees: Candy 4: Party 4 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 2: Fencing 4: Latin 4: Le Cercle Francais 3: Riding 2 E. ALLAN RICHTER 6500 Walnut Street Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll Z: Monitor 2, 3 Clubs: Bowling 3: Chess 4: Fencing 4: German 3: World Alfairs Forum 3 BETTY A. RIEWE 538 Elm Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: OAK, Literary Stall' 4: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: HifY 4: Latin, Vice-President 4 Spovtsz Baseball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 2: Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Basketball 4 l BETTY IRENE RICE 4651 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Beaux Arts 2 ROBERT WEBER RIEVE 711 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stage Crew 4 Class: Committees: Party 3: Play 4 ANNE T. RISTINE Ashland Avenue Secane COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4: Riding 2, 3. 4 Onefblundrcd Thirtyfsevcn MARJORIB ONA ROBERTS 1226 Harding Drive Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE ALICE JEANNE ROSS 3415 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Monitor 2 Clara: Dance Committee 2. 3 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2 PEGGY DRUCILLA RUNK 151 North Carol Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Committees: Candy 4: Executive 2: Party 4 Clubs: Ars Poetae 3, 4: Bowlin 3, Secretary 4: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Library 4: Pleiades 3, 4 WILLIAM J. ROSBOROUGH 1007 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: A. A. Council 4 Clubs: Hi-Y 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country 2: Varsity Cross Country 3, Captain 4 VIRGINIA LEAI-I ROWE 615 Maine Avenue Alden COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3 ' ' ' ' Ch ral ' La Clubs. A Cappella 4, Bowling 3, 0 3, 4, Sociedad Panamericana 2, Riding 3, 4 ROBERT S. RUPP 111 Woodlawn Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Left to enter the Army School: Monitor 3g Band 2, 3 Clubs: Aero 2 1'5 1-f X S523 : SP? 2 lk LS GEORGE RYNICK MAUREEN C. SALISBURY E 704 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill 246 Huntley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD BUSINESS GOLD ll: l'.. f :lx School: Honor Roll 2, 3. 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Wrestling 3: Varsity Wrestling 4 JACOB SAM 2 Overhill Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Spoftsz Baseball Numerals 3 ROBERT M. SAMUELS 208 Wembly Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Literary Staf 2: Advanced Biology Prize 3 Clubs: Choral 7., 4: Hippocrates 3: History 2: World Affairs Forum 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Riding 2 DORIS SAMOFF 212 North Lynn Boulevard Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 7., 3 MAYNARD FRANK SANDERS 7203 Sellers Avenue Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD One Hundred Thirty-eight KATHRYN MILLS SANNEY 830 Anderson Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Debating 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distin' guished Honor Roll 2: Monitor 4, Chairman 2, 3: Student Council 3, 43 Tribunal 2 Class: Junior Play: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Commence' ment Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3. 4: Play 4 Clubs: Aero Z: HifY 2, 3, 4: Latin 2, 3- 42 Le Cercle Francais 4: Pleiacles 2, 3. 4: Tay-Wistalvan 3, 4 Spovts: Tennis Numerals 2: Varsity Swimming 2, 3 FRED SCARDELLETTE Drexel Hill 4129 Garrett Road ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Clubs: Rifle 2 ELLEN JANE SCHLEGEL Upper Darby Pennock Apartments COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2, 3 Spovts: Tennis Numerals 2 N ' f .X 555 he , X 4 ' HIGH SCHOOL gin 4 BARBARA FLORENCE SCHMIDT 59 Stratford Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Publications Agent 2, 4 Class: OAK, Literary Stall' 4: Committees: Dance 3: Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2: La Cercle Francais 4: Pleiades 2, 3, 4 Sports: Hockey Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Hockey 2 E. HARRY SCHUETTLER, JR. 4361 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3, 4 Class: Dance Committee 4 Clubs: Bowling 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 MARY ELIZABETH SCPIUMACHER 4609 Langdrum Lane Chevy Chase, Md. COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: OAK. Business Staff 4: Committres: Bulletin Board 4: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 2. 4: Senior Play, Assistant Manager 4 Clubs: Ars Yoetae 4: nowling 4: Choral 2: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Library 4 One Hundred 'I'hi1ty'nine sob ir. DORIS MAE SCHOCH 301 Highland Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2 Class: Executive Committee 3 Spons: Junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Hockey 3, 4 SHIRLEY ROYCE SCHULZ 19 Sunshine Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 2: Monitor 3: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: German 2, 3 ELMER G. SCHWARTZ 7232 A Alderbrood Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: 'History Prize 3: Student Council 3 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Soccer Numerals 4 sf DOROTHY M. SCANLAN 7836 West Chester Pike Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2: Choral 2, 3 BETTY M. SCHELLHASE 840 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent Z: Monitor 2. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Tribunal 3, 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3 Clubs: Choral 4: History 2: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Tay-Wistalvan 2, 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Hockey 3: Varsity Hockey 4 WANDA EVELYN SCHLEIFER 341 Edmonds Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2, 3: Welfare Agent 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3. 4: Play 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Fencing 2 1944 ,,s . l l ! l l I 1 l MIRIAM ELLEN SCOTT 7228 Hazel Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Pleiades 3, 4 RICHARD ALLEN SEAGRAVES 267 Sheffield Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Committees: Dance 25 Party 23 Play 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3 Spovtsz Soccer Numcrals 2: Junior Varsity Cross Country 3 HOWARD H. SEYMOUR 131 Woodlawn Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered Mairch, 1943 Clubs: Bowling 4 Spovtsz Soccer 4 SARA C. SCOTT 4132 School Lane Drexel Hill BUSINESS COLE School: Publications Agent 2 EUGENE W. SEELY 444 East Magnolia Avenue Aldan ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 2 Spovtsz Baseball Numerals 2: Soccer Numcrals 3 CAROL ALLMOND SHAW 2239 Garrett Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY COLE School: Acorn, Typist 4 Class: Junior Play: OAK, Typist 4: Commencement Usher 3: Senior Playy Committees: Candy 4, Dance 3, 43 Party 2, 3. 4 Clubs: Choral 4g Dramus 2: Le Cerclc Francais 4 Plciadcs 3, 4 kv -IZLJ NL -- ' ' -if f 954 :S l' 53 5521 me affair 5 H 51,1 .rtlw , Z LS LOUIS V. SHEAIN AUDREY LILLIAN SHELLHASE 65 Springton Road Upper Darby 236 Heather Road Upper Darby QIULLEGIE l'Rlil'ARATORY 1:01.15 BUSINESS GOLD Sl-1,0013 IJ.-baring 4 School: NVellarc Agent 3 1114555 Sgnim Play Clubs: Choral 45 Le Cercle Francaie 2 lflllhs: llowllnig 4 OLIVIA H. SHIPE THOMAS ALBERT SHORT III 740 Turner Avenue Drexel Hill 3817 Berry Avenue Drexel Hill f1ULl.liGlf l'Rlil'ARATORY PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Stlxoolz XV4'lfare Agent 4 Clubs: Clioral 4: Latin -lg Lilvrary 3, Secretary 4 JOHN W. SHULL 714 Blythe Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PRIEPARATORY GOLD Stlmol: Honor Roll 2, 3 tfliiss: Executive Committee 2 lflnbs: l'lifY 4 Spam: llasehall Numerals 35 Varsity Soccer 3 One Hundred Forty School: Honor Roll 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3, 4: Prize for Outstanding Junior Boy 3: Student Council 3: Tribunal Defending Attorney 4 Class: Committees: Executive 31 Play 3 Clubs: Aero 3: Bowling 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: La Sociedad Pzxnamericana 3 Sports: Soccer Numcrals 3: Junior Varsity Cross Coun- try 2g Varsity Track 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 EDWARD G. SIMONSEN 219 Barrington Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Left to enter the Army School: Student Council 3: Stamp Salesman Fu: XVclf fare Agent 3: Student-Faculty Welfare Committee 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Executive 4: Party 3. 4 Clubs: Aero 2: Bowling 2: German 3: Leeuwenlioek 2 E. IRENE SINCLAIR ill Timberlake Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Acorn, Typist 4 floss: Commencement Usher 3: Slulws: Choral Z: Commerce 2, 3: Library 2 Sports: Hockey Numerals 2: Tennis Numerals 2 ALICE MARY SMITH I7 Beech Avenue Aldan 'JOLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3 Ilass: Committees: Dance 2. 3, 4: Party 2, 3, 4: Play 3, 4 'jlubsz Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4: La Sociedad Panamerif cana 2. 3, 4 Sports: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Junior Varsity Hockey 2: Varsity Hockey 3. 4 DORIS MARIE SMITH 236 Ashby Road Upper Darby KRTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Upi-Dah. Art Stall 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3: Party 2, 3: Play 2 fllubsz Beaux Arts 2 ELIZABETH H. SMEDLEY 272 Burmont Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Service Plaque Committee 4 Class: OAK, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2: First Aid and Social Service 3, Vice-President 4: Hi'Y 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Pleiades 4: TayfWistalvan 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Hockey Numerals 4: Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Captain 3: Varsity Basketball 4 BEATRICE MAY SMITH Roselawn Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 4: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Dance 3: Candy 3: Play 3 Clubs: Archery 3: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, Secretary 4 ESTHER MARY SMITH 3400 Highland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Dance Committee 3 N " 1 ' 59' , :aw : HIGH SCHOOL gy, srl: ROBERT C. SMITH 293 Childs Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered January, i943 School: Student Council 4 MARSON ROBERT SOWERS 80 Hartley Road Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2: Student Council 3: Tribunal 3 Clubs: Hi-Y 3. VicefPresident 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Cross Country 4: junior Varsity Football 2, 3: junior Var' sity Wrestling 2, 3: Varsity Tennis Z: Varsity Wrestling 4 ROBERT KENNETH SPERRY 834 Alexander Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4: Play 4 Clubs: Archery 4: Bowling 4: Fencing 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 y X ' vi J , . ,K F .FK :nam , 1944 WARREN E. SNOW 5040 Smithfield Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council J Clubs: l"lifY 4: Le Cercle Francais 4 Spovtsr Varsity Track Z, 3, 4 LLOYD W. SPANGLBR, JR. 635 Copley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered Navy, February 28, 1944 School: Publications Agent 4: Band 2, 3, 4 Class: Committees: Party 2: Play 3 NANCY VIRGINIA SPOTT 3704 Sommers Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Class: Committees: Dance 2 Clubs: Choral 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 Spons: Varsity Basketball, Manager 4 One-Hundred F ortyfonc LORRAINE CONSTANCE STANCO 731 Eaton Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATURY PURPLE School: Acorn. Arl Stall' 3, 4: Uf7l'DtllI, Art Staff 3, Art Editor 4 Clam: OAK. Art Stall 4: Bulletin Board Committee 3, 4 Clubs: W.E.A.S, 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 4 LOIS ELAINE STEEL 430 Hampden Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Nlonitor 2 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: Execu- tive 2: Party Z, 3, 4: Play 3 f:lI4l7XI Choral 2: Commerce 3 E. ANNE STOLER JANET BAKER STEARNS 22 South Pennock Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 4 I Class: OAK, Business Staff 4: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Fencing 4 ELIZABETH STINES STIRLING 4905 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 3: XVelfare Agent 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3: Executive 3. 4: Party 3: Play 4 Clubs: Choral 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, President 4: TayfXVistalvan 4 ALFRED P. STONE hw fad' 525 SPTUCU Avenue UPPU' D3l'bY 3119 School Lane Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 4 Sfhovlg Monitor 2, 3 Class: OAK, Art Stall 4: Committees: Bulletin Board 4: Dance 4 Clubs: Bezuux Arts 3: Bowling 4 ff 'b.,a' Nr. i me Q :aaa JJ-.f.ru-we 'ww' .-bl ,. ., . , ,..., . A LN DONALD BARNARD STOUGHTON DOROTHY RUTH STOUT 2515 Hillcrest Road Drexel Hill 30 Ridlel' Avenue Al'-'lan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Acorn, Literary Staff 4: Student Council, President 4: Stage Crew 2, 3: Wel- fare Agent 3: StudentfFaculty Welfare Committee 4 Class: Color Captain 4: Play Usher 3: Vice-President 3, 4: Committees: Assembly 4: Dance 2, 3. 4: Ex: eeutive 2, 3, 4: Party 3, 4: Play 3, 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4: l'lifY 3, Secretary 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3. 4: Tennis Numerals 3: .lunior Varsity Football 2: Varsity Swimming 2, 3. Captain 4 CHARLES G. STRAHLEY 521 Argyle Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 2: Student Council 2 Class: Dance Committee 2 Clubs: Aero 2, 3: Bowling 2: Hi-Y 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2. 3: Rifle 2 Sjorts: Junior Varsitv Football 3: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Track 2: CofCaptain 4 HUGH RALPH STRAIN Upper Darby 159 Springton Road COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered December, 1943 Clubs: Chess Team 4 School: Acorn, Literary Stall' 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Stamp Salesman 3, 4 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: A Cappella 4: YV,E.A.S. 3, 4: Choral 3, 4: Latin 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4 EDITH ALTA STRAILEY 8401 Lansdowne Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE ROBERT L. STREANDER 2804 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2: Soccer Numcrals 2 One Hundred Forty-two HANS WILLIAM STROHM 114 Westdale Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered February, 1943 School: Stage Crew 3, 4 Clubs: Pleiades 3, 4 WILLIAM J. SUITER, JR. 7242 Bradford Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 2 Clubs: Bowling 2, 4 Sports: Soccer Numerals 2, 3 BARBARA LOUISE SW' AN 322 Owen Avenue Lansdowne ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: Bowling 4: Choral 2, 4 Xl 1 f? I 1 ' Ml? all ' Q JOANNE SUDNICK 35 North Harwood Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Library 3, 4 MILLARD H. N. SUSSMAN 709 Long Lane Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Entered Army, February 28. 1944 Scllol B d 2 3 4 o: an , , Clubs: Bowling 2 MARION LOUISE SWANSON 4034 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD HIGH SCHOOL jlilll 7 1944 Til ALICE JOAN SWINDLER 539 Hampshire Road Drexel Hill IOLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn. Literary Staff 2, 3, Associate Editor 4: Honor Roll Z: Publications Agent 3, 4: Service Pla ue Committe 3 4 q 5 . Zlassz Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 4' Party 3: Play 3, 4 Zlubs: A Cappella 4: Choral 3, 4: HifY 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Library 4: World Affairs Forum 3, 4 FLORENCE TARKHANIAN E56 Long Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Ilubs: Choral 2, 3: A Cappella 3 ARNOLD TEMPONE 105 Huey Avenue Drexel Hill LUSINESS PURPLE Left to enter the Army Une Hundred Fortyethree dl fl in JOSEPH STEPHEN TARABA 3939 Bridge Street Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Sports: Varsity Soccer 4 ROBERT MARVIN TAYLOR 569 Millbank Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE DOROTHY LOUISE TETER 7000 Stanton Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE W 4 1 y x ooo B. ARTHUR THOMPSON 719 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll Z, 3. 4: Monitor 3: Student Council 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 3. 4 Class: OAK. Photographer 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 4 Clubs: Hi'Y 3, Treasurer 4: Rille Z Sports: Basketball Numerals 4: Soccer Numcrals 3: Varsity Baseball. Manager 4 DORIS A. THULIN 7121 Stockley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE ROBERT C. TILLETT 240 Wembley Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3 Clan: Committees: Dance 4: Party 4 Clubs: Choral 4 One Hundred Forty-four JOAN C. TETTEMER 1041 Drexel Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Publications Agent 2, 4: Monitor 4: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance Z. 3. 4: Party 2, 3, 4: Play 3, 4 THEODORE B. THOMA 71 Merwood Drive Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE JOHN G. TI-IOMAS 305 Elizabeth Manor Apts. Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 2 Sports: Soccer Numerals 4: Varsity Cross Country. RUSSELL K. THAYER, JR. 157 Springton Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD Left to enter the Navy School: Monitor 3 Class: Committees: Play 3: Dance 4 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 4: Bowling 4 Sports: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3. 4 DAVID E. THOMAS 518 Foss Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Debating 2. 3. 4: Honor Roll 3. 4: Public Speaking Prize 2: Debating Prize 3: Student Council 2. 4 Class: Junior Play: Oar. Literary Staff 4: Commence' ment Ushers 3: Committees: Executive 2 Clubs: I'Ii'Y 3, 4: Pleiades 3, 4: World Aifairs Forum 3, President 4 Sports: Baseball Numeral: 2 ROBERT L. THOMAS 336 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Band 2. 3, 4 Clubs: Fencing 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 2 R - ?S RQ? -:PEN Manager 4 ? -L-: NL 3 . is MARY JEAN THOMPSON 110 Providence Road Primos BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Choral 2, 3 JEAN FAY THULIN 7121 Stockley Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Clubs: Choral 2. 3, 4 DONNA MAE TODD 318 Congress Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3: Stamp Salesman 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 4: Latin 3, 4 RITA MARIE TOMASCO B19 Morgan Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 3 Classs Committees: Dance 3. 4: Executive 4: Party 4 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Choral 2: La Sociedad Pan- americana 3 Sports: Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3. 4 ELIZABETH LLOYD TRAINER 57 Glenwood Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acom, Literary Stall' 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Class: Our, Literary Staff 4: Commencement Usher 3: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3. 4 Clubs: Beaux Arts 3: First Aid and Social Service 4: Hi'Y 4: Latin 3. 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Tay' Wistalvan 4: World Affairs Forum 3. 4 JEANNE M. TROSTEL F41 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne :OLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Typist 4: Monitor 4: Student Council 4: Tribunal, Stcnographcr 4 fflass: OAK, Typist 4: Play Usher 3 Zlubs: Choral 4 HIGH SCHCOL NANCY LEE TOPLIFFE 4723 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE School: Service Plaque Committee 43 Welfare Agent 3: Welfare Committee 4: Acom, Typist 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 3, 4: A Cappella 45 Commerce 3: History 2: Bowling 4 CATHERINE TREESE 215 North Cedar Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Sports: Baseball Numerals 2 JAMES BARRY TROUT 7037 Clinton Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Student Council 4: Senior Play Class: OAK, Business Stall, Co-Manager 4: Committees: Dance 4, Party 4 'S ' 1 . .X ff? lk L if 5.5351-s Q! Y L 2 ei f in l sr is Q u HARRY R. TULLY, JR. 4714 Woodland Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Acorn, Photographer 2, 3: Stamp Salesman 2 Clubs: Steinmetz Society 2, 3 Spons: Soccer Numerals 2: Varsity Soccer 4: Varsity Swimming 3, 4 JOHN H. TYSON, JR. 528 Kenwood Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn, Literary Staff 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 2, 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 3, 4 Class: OAK. Literary Stali 4: Committees: Executive 2, 3: Play 3 Clubs: A Cappella 4: Bowling 2, 4: Choral 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3 ALFRED H. VAN BELLE, JR. 528 Glendale Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE school: Band 2 Left to enter the Navy , "J 1944 C. JEANNE TURNEY 4009 Ellendale Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS GOLD School: Acom: Typist 4: Publications Agent 3 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Play Committee 3 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 2: Library 3, 4 CARL MICHEAL VALENTINE 7001 Wayne Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Executive Committee 2 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2: Junior Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4 MARY E. VAN NORMAN 60 South Pennock Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Publications Agent 4: Monitor 4 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3 Clubs: Bowling 4: Choral 4: Fencing 2, 4 One Hundred Fortyffwc DAVID B. VOGT Arborlea and Roselawn Avenues Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: A. A. Council 4: Student Council 3, Vice- President 4 Class: Treasurer 4: Executive Committee, Treasurer 4 Clubs: Hi'Y 3, President 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 3: Tennis Numcrals 2: junior Varsity Wrestling 2: Varsity Wrestling 3, Captain 4: Varsity Tennis 7., 3, Captain 4 PRISCILLA WALTER 320 Drexel Court Apartments Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Orchestra 3. 4 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: Br.-aux Arts 3: Lc Cerclc Francais 3 THOMAS B. WATTS 123 Wayne Avenue Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Bowling Z 5955 li l l: I i: l i i DONNA ROSE WALTER 824 Collenbrook Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 2, 3, 4: Play 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 4: Fencing 2: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4 FRANCIS VIOLETTE WARD 315 Congress Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Entered September, 1943 EDITH M. WAUGH 611 Villa Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Ivlonitor 4 Class: Committees: Dance 4: Party 7. 1 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Choral 2: Le Ccrcle Francais 4: Riding 3, 4 Z9 -52,3 W l , Ga , 1 in LS HOWARD ROBERT WEATHERLOW 7218 Bradford Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 3: Monitor 3: Student Council Z Clubs: Aero 2, 3: Bowling 4: La Sociedad Panameri- cana Z, 3 Sports: Junior Varsity Cross Country -l HAROLD WEBER 224 South Madison Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATGRY PURPLE Clubs: Bowling 3, 4: Chess 2, 3, 4: Fencing 2, 4: Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4 PEGGY JANE WEBSTER 319 Sherbrook Boulevard Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Puhlications Agent 4: Student Council 4: Service Plaque Committee 3, 4 Class: Party Committee 2 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3, 4: Library 4 5??fi ffmf ' R BEE EMMA 1. WEAVER 36 North State Road Upper Darby BUSINESS PURPLE Clubs: Beaux Arts 3 ROSEMARY WEBER 228 Court Ave., Apartment B Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Acorn, Literary Stall' 3, Associate Editor 4: Debating 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2. 3, 4: Publications Agent 4: English Prize 2, 3: Monitor 3: Service Plaque Committee 2, 3 Class: Committees: Candy 4: Dance 3, 4: Party 3: Play 3: Commencement Usher 3 Clubs: Chess: Choral 4: La Sociedad Panamcricana 3, 4: Library 2, 3, 4: World AH'airs Forum 4 CALVIN C. WEIGOLD 224 West Providence Road Aldan COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3: Monitor 3 Class: Executive Committee 2 Clubs: Rifle 2 One Hundred Fortysix fs RUTH CLAIRE WERNER 167 Marlborough Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Choral 3, 4 NORMAN D. WHEELER 269 Wembly Road BUSINESS School: Honor Roll 4 Clubs: Bowling 7. Spavts: junior Varsity Cross Country 3 Bywood PURPLE DAWN LOUISE WHITEHEAD 620 Larchwood Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Committees: Dance 2, 3, 4: Party 3, 4: Play 3. 4 Clubs: Aero 3: W.E.A.S. 3, 4: Riding 4: Fencing 4 , ' ,f fm- fmlg, hr", 1 - :FLEX ' if 'fr u 2 ffNY'x Lg ' lj SALLY ELIZABETH WHALEN 308 South Fairview Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Library 3 GENE D. WHITE 511 Brookfield Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor, Chairman 2, 3 Class: Executive Comittee 4 ' Clubs: Bowlin 2. 3 . Sports: Basebafll Numerals 2: Varsity Baseball 3 MORTIMER A. WHITEHEAD 305 Clearbrook Avenue Lansdowne COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 2: Band 2, 3, 4 HIGH sci-loom. Esffs i '1944 WILLIAM C. WHITMAN 4010 Marshall Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Debating 2, 3: English Prize 2: Monitor 2: Student Council 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 2 Class: junior Play 3: Committees: Assembly 4: Dance 4' Executive 4: Party 3, 4: Senior Play Cast 4 Clubs: Bowling 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Pleiades 3, President 45 Le Cercle Francais 2 EVELYN HANNAH WIBLE 6875 Clover Lane Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD Class: Commencement Usher 3 HARRY WILLIAM WILKINS 7246 Lamport Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 4: Welfare Agent 3 Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, Secretary 4: Hi-Y 3, 4 Sports: Baseball Numerals 2: Basketball Numerals 2: Soccer Numerals 2, 3 One Hundred Forty-seven ' in W1 W N E: t CLARA MAY WHITTAKER 27 North Pennock Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Clubs: Choral 4 JOHN WILHELM 2440 Eldon Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE GEORGE WINTON WILLIAMS 4600 Marvine Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 3 Class: Committees: Assembly 4: Dance 4: Party 3 Clubs: Bowling 3, 4gqRille 2 Sports: Basketball Numerals 3: Varsity Swimming 3, 4 7 . N , 22535 r GORDON HARRY WINTERS 110 Fairview Avenue Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Ivinnitor 2 Class: Dance Committee 4 CLARK W. WOODING 361 Blanchard Road Drexel Hill ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE SChaol: Monitor 2 Clubs: A Cappella 3, 4: Bowling Z: Choral 2, 3, 4 ARCHIB GRANT WOODS 845 Fon Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Left Februar l. 1944 for the Army Clubs: Choral 4: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Riding 3 One Hundred Fortyfeight K :lil GLADYS MAB WILSON 4126 Bonsall Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Stamp Salesman 4 Class: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: Choral 2: Latin 7. WALTER M. WILSON 120 Kent Road Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Honor Roll 2, 3, 4: Physics Prize 3 Class: Committees: Executive Z Clubs: Bowling 2, 3, 49 La Sociedad Panamericana 2: Rifle Z, 3 JANE WIINFIELD 731 Lindale Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Honor Roll 3, 4: Distinguished Honor Roll 4 Class: Commencement Usher 3: Candy Committee 4 Clubs: La Sociedad Panamericana 3: Riding 7. Sports: Basketball Numerals 4 'lt' X I lil' T LN ELEANOR VIRGINIA WOLF 454 Forrest Avenue Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Publications Agent 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 2 Clubs: Choral 2, 3, 4: Fencing 3: La Sociedad Pan- amcricana 2, 3: Latin 4: Library 2, 3, Treasurer 4 Sports: Basketball Numerals 2 JAMES WOODING 3707 Garrett Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD School: Monitor 3 Clubs: A Cappella 45 Choral 2, 3, 4: Rifle 3 JUNE ELAINE WOODWARD Ashland and Belmont Aves. Clifton Heights ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE Class: OAK, Art StaH 4 Clubs: W.E.A.S. 43 Bowling 3 Sports: Basketball Numerall 4: Hockey Numerals 4 NANCY WILSON 322 Burmont Road Drexel Hill BUSINESS PURPLE DORIS S. WILTSHIRE 574 Snowden Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS PURPLE School: Publications Agent 4 Clubs: Choral 4 Spons: Basketball Numerals 2 PAUL WININGS, J R. 509 Argyle Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY GOLD Sports: Baseball Numerala 3 , L, I.- ii? f .Ura A I r.. km.: 1 ROBERT T. WRIGHT 447 Millbank Road Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Band 2, 3, 4 JEANNE MARIE WORTLEY 4004 State Road Drexel Hill COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE Class: Party Committee 4 Clubs: Le Cercle Francais 4 Sports: Varsity Cheer Leading 4 MARION E. YERKES 411 Gilpin Road Upper Darby BUSINESS GOLD School: Publications Agent 4 BARBARA JEAN ZIEGLER 117 North Madison Avenue Upper Darby COLLEGE PREPARATORY PURPLE School: Monitor 3. 4 Class: Committees: Dance 3: Party 3 Clubs: Aero 3: Chess, Treasurer 3: Choral 4: Library 4 ALICE LOUISE ZIMMERMAN 327 South Cedar Lane Upper Darby ARTS AND CRAFTS GOLD School: Orchestra 4 Class: Dance Committee 2. 3 'X ill I A HIGH sci-lool. Mfrs' ' 1944 will One Hundred Fortyfnine ING IG 5HUT NINTH ERRUER5 IN DANETNE mm TEE ERERN Env-uEmus1E EARTH' MAETAZTNE EHMPATEN 1 ---THE HALF-DHZEN , LITTLE gums PLAQTNIZ'-.1 VARETTQ Enumnu. E-RHLIEHT PRDUD EHEER LIE BT HLL THE HRNE5 "-' I 8 THE " NEI NIDNPEHRS " RN- NDUNEENENT URS RNI LRUSE FDR EHEERTNE- - ' IN EFITE UF THE NERELEE AND I-T FELT! 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Qyxiifiwjudi f x A f 4 wwwyw -- sw LW QQ -3 by M Ana -S - - Qfwsvf' 'A ,L 2 L L ' A . L LL 1- , L LL 1 L L L - LL . L 3. L ,.1, L A .x,. VV, K - 93,4 L fl j X ,k ., wfj, 'E it ' L L, W LNG L1 f-" . , ' , .V ,, 75 f wx v V Q A 5 .L wwL?,,?,,X AN W, JW L V S155 L V . ,.,,f,,L - L L L 5 w 8 5 iw ml? AM qv If N - i ' 5 4 Liga .ffm Q ' V , A fx 4 L . , 5 X nv 'H Q W Lf? LL L L A11 m W W 'W ' - 4 4' - ' Z K v 'S' N61 " '1f,'5" f'1:5Q" aw- M' KARL A M Q '-' gy r g: 1: ez 5 I. W 1 L 5 V, 1,11 L W LWQQ y W S - c gwmmw W I MQQ Vw K I LL M My 'N QM W W A WF A 4 ,iw Y 5 .fx HMwv,M,M - z H- V . MJ 4 ,wx , E L L I 'M L ., L . W - l gr . QQ A X . L' , 5 L fww 3 Mx E fin ,, L ws - , 1 LMY,i,, L ,N A fi x i6'gg-N1 ,M ns, ai-'iff fa f L ' W ,LJ ..,2L.ALL. L , W .M .www L fwrbf .Lai g I ff' S gl W th ' X V,. NN' I 4 T HE CLASS of '46 was off to a good start last September in the first lap of their race toward that final goal of being seniors. First of all came the election of officers-a very serious event, for the members of the class chose those whom they wished to guide them through their first of three important 4 -.Q il' 0' In 3' 4 'dum ly? 'JJ' wif ,M I , nlQ'fA,j ge! ' ff , gli, .i I' Amd. N151 fp 'Sly I I' 1 'U i f i We J L, 1153.-pr. 4 Adj? ,1 Uilbil l 5' 'fiff'il5J'i'i1'5'. E ,n ' x in fl s I k I I 0 gag .. Q- v VY ',1, nur' A u vat gf xx nv, 'w t ii an i- " Q ., K L-1 C Lf sv v av 'll'f: gf- " - rliil3i'54 t if 'J K a , if, fn fl' I , Y.: i 5 'I r I. :W r. high school Years. fl X f Nr ' V Z VA R Everyone entered into the fun at the W w w 95 V Sophomore Party on October 8, the iirst of QTVQ Y 'ii ,f O an-:agp X J wggsslvgs. the important social activities of the year. ' O0 5 GD O0 Q S 1 The whole class got down to hard work, Q9 , Q . . . 3 first, when taking their math and reading X l X ig' ,J tests, secondly, when canvassing all of Upper mmmlgm ' 4 D b f h g E X I 'f f gf a ar y or t e magazine campai n. veryone i f ill ' fi ' ' f R W ' ii 'l 1 ' X '- ' f' 1 1 J 03 X ' - f' my 1 . A -fi 5. ' gr W K , f pf ,vi U '. , Wulf, ' 'I N i T W, .. -v"" 21 t ' his f Z3 l 'Wa 'r iQ'i..... , r :lint i W A r H f , 1, . nr nw. ri, showed his ability and spirit which resulted in a total subscription return of S4400! It was great fun collecting costumes and making all the necessary preparations for the sophomore talent show, "The Naughty Nine' ties Review." It was a good show-even the few sailors present said it was "nautical" The high spot climaxing a successful year was the sophomore dance, an annual affair looked forward to not only by the sophs but by members of all classes. Thus the class of '46 has completed this first lap of the race and we all wish them conf tinued success in the ensuing ones. INFORMAL PICS OF '46 The barbershop quartet at the sophomore talent show . . . Robert MacDonald who was on the Distinguished Honor Roll all during the first semester . . . Tom Wald and Pete Gamhol, sophomore stagecrew men . . . Peggy Zebley and Mary Emma Wood at the organ . . . The sophomore executive committee . . . Room 228 and their beautiful Christmas decorations. Mr. Robinson and Miss Scott pause in their duties as class advisers . . . Harry Hyatt, Dorothy Buckman, Lois Copp, and Jack Schellhase-soph color leaders . . . Several members of the Art Publicity Committee view their labors . . . Rooms 102 and 103-Class Basketball champs . . . Smiling at the camera are Vice President Bob Brown, Secretary Lois Rapp, President Jack Schell- hase, and Treasurer Sam Brown-sophomore class officers . . . 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