1938 Scrivener

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The Scrivener

PubHยงhed June 6, 1.938

SPRINGfIELD HIGH SCHOOL Spdngfield, Del@ware County, Pennยงylvania


The 1938 Scrivener Springfield High School EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Betty A. Krewson ASSOCIATE EDITORS Muriel Thomas Barbara Russell ASSOCIATE JUNIOR EDITOR Conrad T. Waldie, Jr. LITERARY STAFF Nancy Baldwin Laura Godfrey Ruth Brehm John Kellett, 3rd. Marion Carroll Charles Seymour George Shuebrook Elaine Eachus BUSINESS MANAGER Jean Geniesse BUSINESS STAFF Margaret Thomson Jack Payne Arthur Tozer Curwen Schlosser ART EDITOR Richard Baldwin TYPISTS Margaret Bathgate Marie Chadwick Mildred Clark

Dorothy Drew Margaret Harris Elmira J ustison

ADVISER-Emma C. Haldeman

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.Foreword The aim in the planning of this book was not to compose a mere book, but a living memorial of our school life, a happy record into which we may fondly dip in the years to come. We entered this institution as youngsters; now we are emerging as adults ready to take our places in society with definite objectives in mind. .These four years should be esteemed and remembered in our future lives. Therefore, lest these old friendships and happy associations grow dim in the . afterglow of the days in Springfield High, this annual is published by'the 1938 Class. If the distant years add loving memories and appreciation of this Scrivener and the activities therein recorded, then it has indeed served its purpose.

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Dedication \Ve, the Class of 1938, dedicate this annual to our class advisers, Miss Pearl Bastian and Mr. Sheldon Madeira, in appreciation of their untiring efforts to make our sojourn in Springfield High School a happy one.

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Advisers

Pearl E. Bastian

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Sheldon S. R. Madeira

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Appreciation The Class of 1938 express their sincere gratitude to the Board of Education, to Supervising Principal Harvey C. Sabold, to Principal Milton L. Smith, to the Faculty, and to all fellow students for their cooperation contributed in the publication of this annual.

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"To Learn the Art of Living Well"

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Alma Mater Our Springfield High School, thou noble one and true, To thee we sing again of our gold and blue, Hearts proudly loyal in song, here unite, To spread abroad the fame of thy great power and might. And may thy sons be faithful to thy dear memory. Hail our Alma Mater, we e're will sing of thee. Time ever flowing, now bids us all to go, High lot or lowly, weal or woe, Life's duties call us; what e'er befall. Love, honor, praise, and glory; thou wilt hear from all, And ever sweetly ringing, the name we hold so dear. Voices shout in mem'ry and echo far and near. When we depart from thy protection here, We'll oft look behind us with all affection dear. Boldly we launch out upon life's stormy main, And live our bright high school days all over again, How often we will ponder, on scenes of our student life, And we'll smile and murmur the name of Springfield High. Sylvia Macdonald.

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CONTENTS PART ONE PART T\VO

Seniors

PART THREE

Classes

PART FOUR PART FIVE

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Administration

Activities . Advertisements


An Appreciation of the Activities of the p~ T~ A~ The Parent-Teacher Association of Springfield was organized to promote the following objectives: 1. To promote child welfare in the home, school, church, arid community. 2. To bring into closer contact the home and the school for the effective training of the child. 3. To make possible for every chilcithe finest opportunities in mental, phYsical, and moral education.

The association has always cooperated with the administrative agency of the school in providing medical and dental assistance for those pupils who are deemed worthy recipients. On numerous occasions this organization has made life a happier experience for some students who are perhaps less fortunate than we by supplying glasses or some other necessary physical aid. A scholarship has been sponsored by this organization; the necessary funds were provided through various social functions conducted during the year. Our school is fortunate in having an organization that has the welfare of the student body uppermost in its purposes. It behooves us, as students, to thank those of this association who have been so considerate of our future happiness and SUGcess.

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HARVEY C. SABOLD Supervising Principal

"Small kindnesses, small courtesies, small conside1'ations. habitually practiced in OU1' social inte1'course, give a g1'eate1' cha1'm to the characte1' than the display of great talents and accomplishments." M. A. Kelty.

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MILTON L. SMITH Principal

"He that would be the greatest among you, let him be the servant of all." Bible.

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HAROLD J. OWENS President

WILLIAM I{, JACKSON Vice-President

EDWARD P . SIMMONDS Treasurer

HAROLD F. HALBERSTADT Finance Chait'man

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DAVID J. ANDERSON English Faculty Athletic Manager of Boys' Athletics

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WILLIAM R. EMMERLING Social Studies Varsity Football Coach .Asst. Basketball Coach

PEARL E. BASTIAN Business Asst. Manager of Intramural Girls' Athletics

IRIS B. GREEN Nurse

SARAH L. BERRY Latin Operetta Dramatic Director

SHARPLESSD. GREEN Geography


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EMMA C. HALDEMAN English Scrivener Adviser

HENRY J. KAUFFMAN Indust1'ial Arts Stage Craft Adviser

ESTELLE A. HEISS Art Stage Craft Adviser

SHELDON S. R. MADEIRA English Dramatic Director

GRACE D. HUNSBERGER Home Economics Stage Craft Adviser

RUTH R. MATHIOT LibmricLn



ROBERT HENON AMMON "B o1'ic" General Hobby: Fixing cars S een: With his car Favorite Expression : "1 don't know." Activities: Glee Club 3, 4.

NANCY ANN BALDWIN Academic

"Baldy"

Hobby: Sports Seen: With Royce Favorite Expression: "Shucks!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer Leading 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 3, 4; Gl"e Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 3, 4; Spri-Hian 3, 4.

RICHARD WOOD BALDWIN "Dick" General Hobby: Art Seen : With a paintbrush Favorite Expression: "By, George!" Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 3, 4; Scrivener 1, 2, 3, 4; Spri-Hian 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

WILLIAM HUGH BATHGATE "Hughie" Academic Hobby: Sports Seen: With Mr. Stetson Favorite Exp:'ession : "Come on, honey!" Activities : Baseb3.ll 1, 2, 3 (Captain) . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain) Football 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4 President 2; Vice-;president 3 Track 3, 4 (Co-Captain),

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MARGARET BATHGATE Business

"Ma1'g"

Hobby: Sewing Seen: With Neal Daltry Favorite Expression: "Hello, kid!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer leading 3, 4 ; Commercial Club 3, 4 ; Gle e Club 2, 3; Hockey Club 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3.

ROYCE EDWARDS BEATTY "Reb" Academic Hobby : Sports Seen: With Nancy Favorite Expression: "Oh, gees!" Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Baske :ball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Play 3; President 3; Track 3, 4.

CATHARINE RUTH BREHM "Ruthie" Academic Hobby: Sewing Seen: With 'b ooks Favorite Expression: "Huh!" Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 3; Scrivener 4; Spri-Hian 4.

MARION ELIZABETH CARROLL "Judy" Academic Hobby: Disecting bugs Seen : With Elaine Favorite Expression: "Oh, George!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer Leading 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey Club 3, 4 (Vice - President); Play 3, 4 ; Scrivener 4; Spri-Hian 3, 4.

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MARIE MARTHA CHADWICK "Ree" Business Hobby : Sewing Seen: With her books Favorite Expression: "Oh, gosh!" 4ctivities: Comm ercia l Club 3, 4 ; Scrivener 4.

JOSEPH HOFFMAN CLARK, Jr. General "Hoff" Hobby: Bowling Seen: With Moffett Favorite Expression : "Yeah, Judas!" Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; T rack 3, 4.

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MILDRED CLARK Business

Hobby: Knitting Seen: With papers to be typewritten Favorite Expression: "You're just selfconscious." Activities : Commercial Club 3, 4; Play Prompter 4; Publications' Typist 4.

MARY FRANCES CONNOR "Connie" Business Hobby: Sewing Seen: With a sandwich Favorite Expression: "Oh! Shavins." Activities: Commercial Club 3, 4; Play 4.

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NEAL McFADDEN DALTRY "McFadden" Business Hobby: sports Seen: With Marg Bathgate Favorite Expression: "Oh, Marge!" Activities: B aseball 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4 (Acting Captain); Student Council 3; Track 1, 2, 3 (Captain), 4.

MARY DOROTHY DREW "Dottie" Business Hobby: Knitting Seen: With letters to type Favorite Expression: "Oh goodness!" Activities : Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; Publications' typist 4.

ELAINE ANNE EACHUS "Blondie" Academic Hobby: Saving souvenirs Seen: With Spri-Hian paraphernalia Favorit~ Expression: "Holy cats!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer Leading 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4;" Hockey Club 3, 4 (Secretary); Phy 3, 4; SpriHian I , 2, 3, 4 (Editor-in-chief); Vice-President 2.

JEAN HUBER GENIESSE "Scientist" Academic Hobby: Photography Seen: With a camera F llIvorite Expression : "Never mind!" Activities: Scrivener 4 (Business Manager); Spri-Hian 3.

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LAURA HELEN GODFREY "Lollie" Academic Hobby : Music Seen: With music books Favorite Expression: "Lemme see!" Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Spri-Hian 3, 4.

MARGARET MAE HARRIS "Peggy" General Hobby : Swimming Seen: With Bud Harris Favorite Expression : " Oh, I don't know. " Activities: Commercial Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Play Prompter 4.

RAYMOND CHARLES HARRIS, Jr. "Bud" Academic Hobby: P eggy Seen : With Peggy Favorite E xpression : "You lie! " Activities : Football 3, 4; Play 3 (Manag'er); Student Council 3, 4; Student Tl'ibllnal 4.

MARION ELMIRA JUSTISON Business

"MY1'a"

Hobby: Working Seen: With papers to be typewritten Favorite Expression: "Oh, Sugar!" Activities: Athletic Council 4; Commercia l Club 3, 4; Publications' Typist 4; Student Council 4. -

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JOHN KELLETT, 3rd "Kelly" Academic Hobby: Tennis Seen: With his books Favorite Expression: "Crap!" Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Scrivener 4; Tra ck 3, 4; Vice-President 4.

GEORGE KERSTING "Reels" Business Hobby: Photography Seen: With a typewriting book Favorite Expression: "Why?"

JOHN ROBERT KIELY "Jaclc" Academic Hobby: Stamps S"e en: With his pipe Favorite Expression: "Cheese and Crackers!" Activities: Football 3; Glee Club 3, 4.

CHARLES IRVIN KOPP "Legs" General Hobby : Woodwork Seen: Ducking doorways Ffllvorite Expression: "Did you hear the joke?" Activities: Orchestra 3, 4; Play 3, 4.

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ELIZABETH ANNE KREWSON "Betty" Academic Hobby: Music Seen: With Ruth F avorite Expression: "That's what you t hink! " Activities : Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3, 4; Play 4; Scrivener 4 (Editor-in-chief); Spri-Hian 4.

ROBERT ALLAN LUNGREN "Rabo" General Hobby: Guns Seen: In a uniform of the Reserves Favorite Expression: "Heck, no! " Activities : Baseball 3; Football 2; 3; Orchestr a 2, 3, 4.

JOHN ROBERT McCARTY " Bud" Business Hobby: Doing nothing Seen : 'With Amby a nd Pompy Favorite Expression : "Shucks!" Activities; Baseball 3; Basketball 3, 4 (l'4anager) ; Football 3, 4; Track 2.

AMBROSE MacGRATH Business

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Hobby: D ancing Seen: Witll Moffett Favorite Expression : "Oh, Yeah!" Activities: Baseball 2, 3 ; Commercial Club 3, 4 ; Football 2, 3, 4 (Captain) ; Play 3.

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ROBERT RENWICK MOFFETT, Jr. "Renny" General Hobby: Sports Seen: With a pipe Favorite Expression: "Do you still love me? " Activities: Baseball 3; Basketball 1, 2; Football 2 3, 4; Play 3 ; Track 1, 4.

WILLIAM BERNARD MITCHELL "Mitch" Business Hobby: <..Wood and metal work Seen: Driving a truck Favorite Expression: "Gee!"

WALTER HUGH MITCHELL "Mitch" General Hobby : Sports Seen: Driving a truck Favorite Expression : "Gee!"

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JOHN PAYNE Academic

Hobby: Photography Seen: With a camera Favorite Expression: "What d'ya say?" Adivities: Scrivener 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

CHARLES FREDERIC REEPS Academic

"Reepsy"

Hobby: Indian lore Seen: With the girls Favorite Expression: "Stuff!" Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 4.

READ ROCAP, Jr. Academic

"Rocie"

Hobby: Music Seen: With a girl Favorite Expression: "Doggonit!" Activities: Band 3; Basketball 3 (Manager); Football 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4.

POMPILIO ROMANI Business

"P0111,py"

Hobby: Movies Seen: With Amby and Rat Favorite Expression: "Oh,

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BARBARA BUER RUSSELL "Babs" Academic Hobby: Books Seen: With papers and pencils Favorite Expression: "Oh, great grief!" Activities : Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey 3 (Assistant Manager), 4 (Manager); Library Club 4; Play Committee 3. 4; Scrivener 4; Spri-Hian 3, 4.

MARY HELEN RYAN General Hobby: Dancing Seen: At the movies Favorite Expression: "So what!"

HENRY CURWEN SCHLOSSER "Bc~Ton" Academic Hobby: Modeling Airplanes Seen: With Dot and his little black book Favorite Expression: "Got any money?" Activities: Baseball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Play Committee 3, 4; President 1, 4; Scrivener 4; student Council 1, 2. 3 (President). 4 (Vice-President).

CHARLES FLOYD SEYMOUR Academic

"Jil1'Lmie"

Hobby : Working on scenery Seen: With a tuba Favorite Expression: "My, gosh!" Activities: Baseball 1 (Manager). 2, 3; Football 1, 2 (Asst. Manager). 3 (Manager); Honor Society 3. 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Play 3. 4; Scrivener 3, 4; Spri-Hian 1. 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4 (President).

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GEORGE ALBERT SHUEBROOK "Shuey" Academic Hobby: Airplanes Seen: With a gym towel Favorite Expression: "Yeah!" Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Play 4; Student Council 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4.

GEORGE GRIFFITH STRAWLEY "Godget" General Hobby: Badminton Seen: With Bob Ammon Favorite Expression: "Awl" Activities: Football 1 (Manager); Play Committee 3, 4.

MARGARET LOUISE ELIZABETH THOMSON "Marg" Academic Hobby: Needlecraft Seen: In a Lincoln touring car Favorite Expression: "Golly, Ned!" Activities: Basketball 2, 3 (Assistant Manager), 4 (Manager) ; Cheer leading 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Play 3; Spri-Hian 3, 4.

MURIEL RUTH THOMAS "To 'm111,y " Academic Hobby: Music Seen: With her locket Favorite Expression: "Hello, ya bag!" Activities: Glee Club 2, 3; Play 3, 4; Scrivener 4.

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HARVEY ALPHONSE THOMAS "HaTv" General Hobby: Aviation Seen : Sleeping Favorite Expression: "Yeah, man!" Activities: Play 4; Stage Crew 3.

ARTHUR FRANK TOZER "ATtie" Academic Hobby: Modeling Airplanes Seen: Chewing his tongue Favorite Expression: "Phooey" Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Play 3, 4; Scrivener 4.

MARJORIE AGNES TURNER "Mike" General Hobby: Dancing Seen: With a comb Favorite Expression: "Oh, I don't care!" Activities: Basl.etball 1, 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Play 4; student Council 3.

WILLIAM JOSEPH WILT "Bill" General Hobby: Coin Collecting Seen: Serving newspapers Favorite Expression: "Gee!" Activities: Play Committee 3.

WILLARD WRIGHT "Will" General Hobby: Baseball Seen: With a girl Favorite Expression: "Hi, ya queer!" Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; commercial Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4;. Play 3, 4; Track 3, 4.

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Class His[ory We, the class of 1938, launched upon the sea of high school life four years ago, under the able supervision of Miss Elizabeth Z. Toomer and Mr. Sheldon S. R. Madeira: We chose as officers: Curwen Schlosser, president; Richard Baldwin, vice-president; Naomi Madison, secretary; and Nancy Baldwin, treasurer. Our student Council representatives were Cm'wen Schlosser and Richard Baldwin. The year was rather uneventful as far as class functions were concerned. However, there were many exciting football and basketball games throughout the season. Among the social events of the year were the first Valentine Dance and the first May Day Exercises. The first Scrivener was published. One of the most important events of the year was the selection of the Alma Mater, written by Sylvia MacDonald. In our Sophomore year we were off with an early start by electing William Bathgate as president. His assistants were Elaine Eachus, vice-president; James McKeown, secretary; and Richard Baldwin, treas urer. We were represented in Student Council by Margaret Bathgate, Laura Godfrey, Ambrose MacGrath, and Curwen Schlosser. The first so~ial event of the year was our Chez VOllS P arty, which everyone enjoyed. The first annual Bazaar, sponsor ed by the Athletic Association, was held February twenty-first. The Bazaar proved to be an overwhelming success. A g'ood time was had by all who attended the Leap Year Dance, which was held February twenty-ninth. We must mention the members of our class who helped to win the Kiwanis Tournament, which made our basketball team the champions of Delaware County. These members were William Bathgate, Joseph Clark, and Curwen Schlosser. On the fifte enth and sixteenth -of May, the Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Rebecca Rupp, presented "Jerry of Jericho Road." Many members of the class participated in the choruses. Our last social function of the year was 0\11' Sophomore Formal. Remember the nautical decorations in the gymnasium? Everyone was his own captain. Miss Pearl Bastian succeeded Miss Toomer as our class adviser in our Junior year. Royce Beatty was chosen to lead our class. The other officers were William Bathgate, vice-president; Margaret Bathgate, secr etary; and Nancy Baldwin, treasurer. We were greatly honored to have a m ember of our class, Curwen Schlosser, elected president of Student Council. However, this was not so unusual when you consider his abilities and associations experienced during the two preceding . years. The other members of Student Council were Margaret Bathgate, Neal Daltry, Raymond Harris, and Marjorie Turner. The first part of the year was devoted mainly to sports. In January the new onyx class rings were selected. On March twentieth the annual operetta, "The Captain's Kid," was presented by the Glee Club. Marion Carroll, William Bathgate, Charles Reeps, and Read Rocap had solos in the production. During the spring, a survey was made of the entire school system by instructors from T emple University. The Junior Play under the direction of Mr. David J. Anderson was presented April thirtieth and May first. The cast of "Honor Bright" consisted of: Marion Carroll, William Bathgate, Elaine Eachus, Ruth Brehm, Charles Seymour, Robert Moffett, Margaret Bathgate, Willard Wright, R oyce Beatty, and several others in minor parts.

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Cla§§ History Our track team won several honors this year. The members of our class who participated on this team were William Bathgate, Jack Payne, George Shuebrook, John Kellett, Neal Daltry, Royce Beatty, Willard Wright, and Richard Baldwin. The Juniors' farewell to the Seniors, the Junior Prom, was given June eighth. This was the last event of the year. Before school reopened in the fall, the athletic field was completed. This was a great aid to the out-of-door sports. Last and most important of all was our Senior year. As soon as possible we chose our executives: president, Curwen Schlosser; vicepresident, John Kellett; secretary, Margaret Bathgate; and treasurer, Nancy Baldwin. Both the president and vice-president of Student Council were members of our class, Charles Seymour and Curwen Schlosser, respectively. The other representatives were Elmira Justison , Raymond Harris, Read Rocap, and George Shuebrook. Elaine Eachus was chosen Editor-in-Chief of the Spri-Hian. The new five column issue with its increased spread of advertisements and circulation showed her ability to fill this position. Betty Krewson was given charge of the Scrivener, which under her direction has undergone several improvements, such as, the padded cover and the arrangement of pictures. The first activity of an eventful season was tbe Testimonial Dinner, given on November fifteenth to ' Mr. Sabold by the people of Springfield. The first class event was the Tha nksgiving Dance. We earned some of the money for our Washington Trip by the sale of Christmas cards. The Senior Play, coached by Mr. Sheldon Madeira, was presented on December tenth and eleventh. "One Mad Night" had a very good cast, members of which were Marion Carroll, William Bathgate, and GeOl'ge Shuebrook, supported by many other members of the class. The Senior Dinner was held on February third. This event also proved a great success. On this same date another important event took place-the dedication of the mural, "The Spirit of Athletics," painted by Richard Baldwin. In March our Honor Society merged into a chapter of the National Bonar Society. Our trip to Washington was made April sixth, seventh, and eighth. Those three days will be rememberea as long as any others which were included in our high schaal life. The operetta, "Sons of Kentucky," written by Miss Sanbe and Mr. Von Muller, and directed by Miss RU?P and Miss Berry, was presented April twenty-ninth and thirtieth. Thus our ship came to port with the Baccalaureate service held Sunday, June fifth. Class Night, June sixth, was an evening of fun for everyone. The Junior-Senior Reception was held June seventh. A grand time was had by all who attended. Our high school days ended with the Commencement Exercises held on June eighth. Ruth Brehm Laura Godfrey Historians.

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Our Class in 1948 Deal' Diary: Such excitement! Bags all packed ready to leave early tomorrow morning for Pennsylvania. Got cal' and trailer overhauled at Ammon's Garage this morning. Then we said good-bye to our neighbors, Dot Drew and Elmira Justison, who are secretaries for Cecil DeMille in Hollywood. Los Angeles, California, June 2, 1948

Philadelphia, here we come! Traveled as far as Needles, California. We almost got arrested here, but when we recognized the cop as being our old classmate, William Wilt, we went right on without a ticket. We had to drive slower, though. Stopped at a tourists' camp for supper tonight. At exactly 6:00 we heard a loud gong. A group of kids climbed into the trailer next to ours. On asking one little fellow his name, we found it to be Robert Moffett, 3rd. Was that a surprise to us! Such is life! After supper as we were listening to the radio, an announcement came over concerning the unveiling of the murals painted by Richard Baldwin, the famous artist. Chloride, Arizona, June 3, 1948

Early this morning stopped off at Chloride to see a rodeo. Imagine our surprise to see George Strawley and Harvey Thomas riding bucking bronchos! As we seated ourselves in the stands, we noticed next to us behind dark glasses our old friend, Cur Schlosser-Qur mistake-now he's Doctor Schlosser prof of a famous college. On the other side of us sat Marie Chadwick and Mary Connor, famous beauticians, who are now business partners. It certainly seemed nice to see them after all these years. Arrived at Grand Canyon in time for lunch. We stopped along the road overlooking the Canyon to eat. As we stepped from our car, we behel'ct two gentlemen in a very heated argument as to the strata of what appeared to be a plain yellow rock. And, Deal' Diary, they were our old friends : Jack Payne, the noted photographer; and Huber Geniesse, the scientist. A little farther on we noticed the construction of a dam. We found that the chief engineer was Royce Beatty. Arrived late tonight at Durango, Colorado. Finally we decided to stay at an inn. Seeing a good one, we applied for rooms. Who should be the proprietress but Margaret Thomson. She asked us if we had seen Ruth Brehm and Betty Krewson who were in partnership, running the very exclusive Bremkrews' Boarding School for Girls. I always knew those girls would get somewhere. Colorado Spring, Colorado, June 4, 1948

Arrived at lunch time at Pikes Peak. Beautiful place. Stopped off at a very exclusive roadside stand. There at the counter stood George Kersting 'and his very able assistant, Mary Ryan. As we seated ourselves, we noticed an exceptionally attractive girl seated at the next table. We were told that she was Marjorie Turner, the famous actress; and that she was on a vacation with her secretary, Barbara Russell. After supper we decided to attend a very well-known show. As we entered the door, a large robust man, smoking a black cigar, ushered us in-heavens-it was Jack Kiely, the manager. He said that Laura Godfrey was the guest vfolinist. He assured us that the dress designer, Muriel Thomas, just back from Paris, would present a fashion show. Jack was very excited; for he said the mayor of the city, Charles Seymour, was going to be present a.lso. What a¡ thrilling evening we would have!

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Lincoln, Nebraska, June 5, 1948 Good Heavens! What a day! We hit a hail storm, and early this m'o rning we had to be towed to the nearest gas station. Thank goodness, Pompilio Romani keep3 our roads in good condition back in Los Angeles! Charles Kopp, who owned the E'c ho Ga's Company, was there. Were we surprised! He and James McKeown, the radio announcer, had just returned from a trip abroad. Charles said that they met Margaret Bathgate, wh:> was a child's nurse for a wealthy family in Italy. Who could believe it? Blcomington, Illinois, June 6, 1948 Last night during the storm we were awakened by a knock at the door. Who should it be but Peggy and Raymond Harris? They lost their way in the storm-too badthis is their honeymoon. This morning we headed for Illinois, and were we glad to see the sunshine! We had quite a time in Burlington, Iowa, as we tried to get through the city. 'Two of the city's politicians, Ambrose MacGrath and George Shuebroo-k, were making speeches; all the commonwealth came out to see them. Whom else do you think we saw, Dear Diary? It was none other than Joseph Clark, the owner o-f twenty-five bowling alleys distributed throughout the largest cities in the United states. J03 said tha t he and John McCarty, the football manufacturer, lived in a penthouse in New York. I bet they have Nn! Joe also said that Marion Carroll was head nurse of a large hos pital in New York. Springfield, Ohio, June 7, 1948 What a journey! We never thought we'd get this far. We bought a paper and read all about the law suit in which Read Rocap is defending Mildred Clark, the New York actress, a former classmate of ours. We also read about Hughie Bathgate, the famous athlete, who is head coach at Yale University. Pittsburg'h, Pennsylvania, June 8, 1948 Good old Pennsylvania! It certainly seems nice to get back after all these years. We saw Neal Daltry this morning. Just think, he's now Superintendent of American Stores in Pennsylvania. We went to the movies to see the matinee idol, Willard Wright. My, but he is certainly handsome! Going through the main street in Pittsburgh, we noticed the Mitchell Brothers' Trucking Company; Hugh al1d Bernard must have their trucks all over the country. We saw them in California. Springfield, Pennsylvania, June 9, 1948 Springfield at last! Tonight was the celebraticn honoring the homecoming of four men from 'the Navy-Bob Lungren, Charles Reeps, John Kellett and Arthur Tozer. We can remember when they thought only about joining the Navy. It hardly seems possible that we've traveled so far in so short a time. We've met again most of our old classmates, and we'd travel twice as far to see them all again. Nancy Baldwin Elaine Eachus.

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·~e 5Cl'ivel1el'/::)----================= Class Will We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-eight, fully knowing ourselves to be of sound mind; do establish this our last will and testament, declaring null and void all others made previous to this time. We do most graciously bequeath our virtues to t.hose whom .we leave behind us and who, we feel, will prosper most from them. FIRST. Considering that the scholastic ability of the Senior Class is of such extraordinary value, we leave it to those Juniors who may benefit most therefrom. SECOND. To the faculty we leave whatever fond memories they may have of us. In return, we promise to remember not over half of what they taught us. THIRD. To the Junior Class we bequeath our dignity, knowing they will probably appreciate it during their Washington Trip. F'OURTH. To the Junior Class we also will the use of the new athletic field. FIFTH. To the school at large we will our patronage of the various social function'5. SIXTH. To aU new students we bestow the harrowing experience of accustoming themselves to a new phase of school life. SEVENTH. Inasmuch as there are individual bequests, they are herein enumerated. We devise and bequeath the foHowing: I, ROBERT AMMON, assign to Don Thomas my dancing technique. I, NANCY BALDWIN, bestow upon Marylou Hemple my hockey prowess. I, RICHARD BALDWIN, furnish Paul Bien with my artistic ability. I, MARGARET BATHGATE, leave to Anne Conner my basketball skill. I. WILLIAM BATHGATE, will to Warren Allen my athletic record. I, ROYCE BEATTY, direct the use of my cultured French to Helen FiskeI'. I, RUTH BREHM, intend my scholastic standing for Jim Thomas. I, MARION CARROLL, give to Gordon Blythe my love of English. I, MARIE CHADWICK, decree that my curly hail' and good temper go to Ruth Sheets. She will undoubtedly appreciate them. I, JOSEPH CLARK, desire that my distaste for punctuality go to Dan Ganister. I, MILDRED CLARK, bequeath my shyness to Marjorie 'Moyer. I, MARY CONNOR, dispose of my distaste for cosmetics to Dorothy Cooper. I, NEAL DALTRY, request that my congenial smile go to Bob Barrett. I, DOROTHY DREW, leave my silent tongue to Theodosia Stewart. I, ELAINE EACHUS, want my Editor-in-Chief worries to go to the next editor of the Spri-Hian. I, HUBER GENIESSE, bestow upon Bud Merrill my ability to take care of my father's cal'. I, LAURA GODFREY, endow by brothel' Albert Godfrey with my musical ability. I, MARGARET HARRIS, willingly give my love for romance to Dot Jones. I, RAYMOND HARRIS, desire that my love for argument go to Winfield Gallagher. I, ELMIRA JUSTISON, award my efficiency in office practice to Maynette Reid. I, JOHN KELLETT, wish my worries as a class lawyer on anyone who will accept them. I, GEORGE KERSTING, give my red hail' and freckles to Bill Krewson. I, JOHN KIELY, endow Edward Peyton with my high "batting average". I, CH.'\RLES KOPP, intend my lengthy stride for Jack de Frenes. '1, BETTY KREWSON, leave this Annual to Springfield High School. I, ROBERT LUNGREN, transmit my quick temper to Bob Stanfield. I, AMBROSE MacGRATH, allot my poundage to Robert Beggs. I , JOHN McCARTY, dispose of my position as guard on the football team to the best candidate for it. . I, JAMES McKEOWN, request that my radio technique go to Blair Moffett. I, BERNARD MITCHELL, appoint James Kelso the recipient of my. agricultural knowledge.

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HUGH MITCHELL, intend my truck driving for Ernest Murphy. ROBERT MOFFETT, enrich Elmer Green with my yearning for kr;owledge. JACK :pAYNE, transmit my love for photography to David Wass. CHARLES REEPS , bestow my propensity for women upon Bob Ackerman. READ ROCAP, decree the use of my bass voice to Alford Hoffner. POMPILIO ROMANI, endow Fred Di'ew with my erroneous speed in typing. BARBARA RUSSELL, assign my good nature to Dorothy Moffett. MARY RYAN, bequeath my aversion fOl: getting hurt to Vera Jean Norman. CURWEN SCHLOSSER, dispose of my blushes to John Siegle. CHARLES SEYMOUR, bestow my position as President of the Student Council upon the person who will next bear the burden. T, GEORGE SHUEBROOK, leave my height to Bob Brehm. I, GEORGE STRAWLEY, award to Bill Sockle my love for model A Fords. I, HARVEY THOMAS, allow the use of my laziness to any Juniors wh::! m'a y desire it. I, MURIEL THOMAS, share my taste for clothes with my sister S allie. I , MARGARET THOMSON, assign my manager's worries to Nancy Maxwell. I, ARTHUR TOZER, a llocate my jokes to anyone who has not heard them already. I, MARJORIE TURNER, leave my giggles to Dorothy Carlisle. T, WILLIAM WILT, decree that my height go to Conrad Waldie. T, WILLARD WRIGHT, transmit my attraction for women to Thomas Bailey. Signed and published by the above as their last will and testament, we, as class lawyers hereunto subscribe our names. John Kellett, 3rd. G eorge Shuebrook.

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The Washington Trip A cold day and cloudy skies greeted us when we awoke at six o'clock on the morning of April sixth to prepare for the long awaited trip. The bus in which we were to travel was scheduled to leave at eight o'clock. Shortly before the appointed time, friends and relatives arrived upon the scene to say farewell. The first stop along the way was at Conowingo Dam where we made a tour of the power plant. Another stop was made at the Greyhound Office where we had to change to another bus because of a faulty clutch on our own. The bus drivel' thought at first they were taking a funeral party down, but they soon discovered by the singing and yelling that we were quite a lively crowd. From all reports, one of the drivers was quite interested in music and musicians. Upon entering Washington, the bus drivel', Jack Aspen, attempted to point out such interesting little things as the fact that every street in Washington has a single row of shade trees except Connecticut Avenue which has a double row of trees, one along the curbing and one nearer the houses. However, these few attempts met with sincere and competitive cries: "When do we eat?" - - - "How far are we from lunch?" It wasn't long before he ceased trying and joined us with his comments, "A nice juicy .steak, and French fried potatoes." When we finally reached the hotel, we were assigned to our rooms, and then WE ATE. After this happy pastime had been indulged in, we were piled once again into the buses to start our sight-seeing tour which began with Mt. Vernon. 'Here we had a group photograph taken before the Mansion. The next stop en route was at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where we were fortunate enough to witness the changing of the guard. Then, on to the Lincoln Memorial. It was here that Mr. Madeira received the shock of his life. A guide asked him if he were the only teacher with the group; Miss Bastian and Mrs. Hunsberger were standing there too. (They say a woman is only as old as she looks). From here we returned to the hotel for dinner, which was anticipated by everyone. After dinner we boarded the buses again and started for the Congressional Library and thence to the movies. (Can you imagine what Willard Wright caUs fun? As we walked into the movies, a stink bomb exploded!) We managed to have this odor following us throughout the trip. Back to the hotel we went with no thoughts of sleep, but plenty for mischief. We are wondering what excuse could have been used for breaking resolutions to get up at five o'clock to go bicycling, if it had not been raining. (A poor excuse is better than none.) The first visit of the second day was made to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, where many longing glances were cast toward the newly printed money and stamps. Next came the ascending of the Washington Monument, which feat was accomplished through the aid of elevators; the stairs, eight hundred and ninety-eight, being in repair. (Thank goodness!) A short stop was made at the Pan-American Building. It was here we learned that nineteen types of marble were used in its construction. Several of these were pointed out to us, and from then on some Seniors could be heard identifying the different types of marble, (jokingly) which they saw in the various buildings .

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~e Scl'ivel1el'/:)-----================== The Washington T rip...... Cont~ It was then the President's turn to be our host at the White House. We didn't see him personally; perhaps he was on a fishing trip. We finally threw chance to the winds, and all went to the Department of Justice where after an interesting tour, several of us, somewhat warily, were finger-printed. In the bus afterward we were all present. (No one was held.) Hotel and more eats! On the go again! This time to the Capitol, where we sat in on a meeting of the Senate. Garner, Holt, and Guffey were pointed out to us by our guide. Here also we found ourselves to be in the way of the busy Mr. Farley; Jean Geniesse snapped at the chance to make his acquaintance. Many of the members of the class were overcome by the beauty and majesty of the Franciscan Monastery, our next stop. It i3 a copy of the Holy Shrines of ;palestine and has replicas of the ancient catacombs of Rome. In this same awe-struck feeling we entered st. Alban's Cathedral. This Episcopalian Cathedral, though very beautiful, is not, as yet, completed. After dinner our evening was free; and we were, more or less, allowed to do as we pleased. It couldn't have been the movies or theatres, and surely not the wrestling bouts, that ¡were responsible for quite a number of wise ? ? ? cracks. (We hardly think they picked up those magazines at a news booth.) Friday morning dawned with rain as usual; and some having just gotten up, and some having stayed up, all staggered in for breakfast. The hotel management "put one over" by inspecting baggage to make sure that no one went home with more than he brought. The last sight-seeing which we did in Washington was in the 5mithsonian Institute, where some were fascinated while others found a quiet corner to rest in. (We wonder where Barbara and Jean were when the bus was ready to start?) Then we went to a restaurant in Annapolis. After this pastime was over, we were given our choice of either making a tour or remaining in the bus; a few girls remained in the bus. Mr. Madeira found his Joe Gish at last, and over a doorway at that. We toured several of the buildings, including the crypt of John Paul Jones. Exclusive of supper this was our last stop on the trip. The ride home! Mr. Madeira and Miss Bastian learned to play "pedidle". Some others found the game slow and invented their own. Muriel and Hughie provided a choice picture for photographers. We arrived at Springfield High at nine forty-five; we were happy in spite of the drenching rains. Oh, just to have this wonderful trip to look forward to again!

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National Honor Society Left to Right: Cunven Schlosser, John Kellett, 3rd, Laura Godfrey, Charles SeymoUl', William Bathgate, On March tenth the Honm' Society of our school merged into the"National Honor Society. Members of the Ridley Park chapter conducted the installation service, which was very impressive. The members carried lighted candles as the delegates of the Ridley Park chapter delivered a short, but forceful ceremony on character, leadership, scholarship, and service; the principles for which the organization stands. The object of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils. The picture represents tha members who were elected in 1937. The candidates voted in this yea,"r were Nancy Baldwin, Elaine Eachus, Elmira Justison, Betty Krewson, and Barba,r a Russell.

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Senior Play Left to Right: M. Connor, G. Shuebrook, M. Bathgate, C. Reeps, E. Enchus, H. Thomas, M. Thomas, W. Bathg'ate, M. Carroll, W. Wright, M. Turnel', C. Seymour, B. Krewson, J. McKeown, N. Baldwin, R. Baldwin.

"One Mad Night" was given by the Senior Class of Springfield High School, December tenth and eleventh. The untiring efforts of Mr. Madeira were responsible for the success of this mad mystery farce in which the owner of the property returned to his seldom tenanted house. He aspired to write. The house, without the owner's knowledge, had become the temporary residence of the inmates of a neighboring asylum. Out of this situation arose the hilarious intrigues of the story. The cast of characters: Don Cutter William Bathgate Wing , Harvey Thomas Priscilla Nancy Baldwin Lady Macbeth Margaret Bathgate John Alden Richard Baldwin, James McKeown Mr. Hyde Charles Seymour Doctor Bunn George Shuebrook Lucille Marcy : Marion Carroll Mrs. Kluck Mary Connor Gertrude Finch Muriel Thomas Mrs. T . Ashington Finch Elaine Eachus Depression Betty Krewson, Marjorie Turner Artemus Burke Willard Wright Danny Siletto Charles Reeps

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CC:ge 5Cl'ivel1el'/:)------========== Can You In1.agine Mr. Madeira without his jokes? Mr. Weaver conducting a mathematics class without a piece of "chawk"? Huber Geniesse not being a chauffeur for a certain Junior? Neal Daltry without Marg? Marie Chadwick without a permanent wave? Muriel Thomas without gum? Charles Seymour with a flock of "D's"? James McKeown with a 1938 model car? Bernard and Hugh Mitchell with a "line" for the girls? Curwen Schlosser conducting a class meeting during which all agree with the motions placed before the chair? Mr. Emmerling not wan del' i n g into room 13? William Wilt at a height of over six feet? Charles Kopp 'wearing a number five shoe? Mr. Richardson not being called Tom? Read Rocap dressed in old clothes? John McCarty running from the High School to Central without stopping once? Miss Sanbe without Spri-Hian worries? Arthur Tozer without blushing? Elmira Justison without papers to be . typed? Mr. Smith's office without someone sitting there for an hour's detention? Mr. Anderson's desk without any papers? Laura Godfrey without her violin? Margaret Thomson with a perfect attendance record? Miss Dalton without a smile? Willard Wright with one girl? Mr. Schopf not warning the boys about getting poor housekeepers? Mr. Stephens as dramatic coach? Bud Harris dreaming about anyone else but Peggy Harris? Dick Baldwin without a paint brush? Nancy Baldwin as a grouch? Miss Berry without some Latin students for extra help? Mr. Sabold as an overbearing principal? Elaine Eachus with brown hair? Dorothy Drew not knowing the answer to a question? Robert Ammon not sleeping late?

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Mr. Stetson keeping calm at a ¡b asketball game? Miss Mathiot being single next year? Robert Moffett, Jr. full of ambition? Hugh Bathgate not going in for sports? Mr. Green being at school after fourthirty? Mary Connor being sophisticated? Mildred Clark laughing at her own jokes? Miss Bastian getting eight hours of sleep a night during a Washington Trip? John Kellett taking a girl to the JuniorSenior Reception? Mr. R . K. Smith as a little boy? Miss Green without a uniform? Marjorie Turner without tap shoes? Mr. Kauffman talking in a low voice? Our yearbook without Betty Krewson? Ruth Brehm the most talkative girl in the class? Barbara Russell not willing to help out? Pompilo Romani being romantic? Miss Heiss not being friendly? . Jack Kiely with his hair mussed? Joe Clark without "beating" the clock? Mrs. Hunsberger weighing one hundredfifty pounds? Harvey Thomas not delivering milk after school? Marion Carroll being unsociwble? Jaclc Payne without a camera? Miss Rupp not :conducting her mu,sic classes in the auditorium? Royce Beatty sitting on the bench during a football game? Miss White not interested in sports? George Kersting with black hair? Robert Lungren without the uniform of one of the Reserves? Ambrose MacGrath weighing one hundred pounds? Charles Reeps not being a lady's man? Mary Ryan without a sense of humor? Miss McNiel ¡ not interested in mathematics? George Shuebrook not blaming society for the present unstable times? Miss Haldeman not connected with some extra-curricular activity? George Strawley taking part in school activities?


Seniors on the Musical Scale "I'll See You In My Dreams" " : Harvey Thomas "Play Fiddle Play" , , '..... Laura Godfrey "Did Your Mother Come From Ireland" Ma.ry Connor "Peg 0' My Heart" , ,: , , , Charles Reeps "I Love My Wife-But Oh, You Kid" Jack Kiely "Show Me The Way To Go Home" Amby MacGrath "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" , Marg Bathgate "This Is My Last Affair" Neal Daltry "Love Is Like a Cigarette" , Willard Wright "Head Over Heels In Love" CUl'wen Schlosser "Get Out And Get Under (Your Car)" James McKeown "Be Still My Heart" , Jean Geniesse "The Lady Who Couldn't Be Kissed" :.......................................................................... Muriel Thomas "I Saw The Harbor Lights" Barbara Russell "Sally of My Dreams" , Joe Clark "Nothing Can stop Me Now" Jack Payne "In Your Own Quiet Way" Dot Drew "It's Love I'm After" , , " Margaret Thomson "I'm Hittin' The Hot spots ' : Bob Moffett "I Still Love To Kiss You Goodnight" Bud Harris "Sweet Varsity Sue" , Nancy Baldwin "Sweet and Slow" , Elaine Eachus "Ain't Got Rhythm" : Ruth Brehm "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Betty Krewson "Sonny Boy" ,.......................................................................................................................................... John Kellett ':Until The Real Thing Comes Along" Royce Beatty "Don't Save Your Love" ': , Read Rocap "May I Have The Next Romance With You" Bill Bathgate "The Man I Love" Peg Harris ",J ust A .Q uiet Evening" , , :., , Marie Chadwick "You Can't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes" Elmira Justison "I Wish I Were Aladdin" :............................................................................................................................ Bill ' Wilt "I'm Just a Gigalo" : Bob 'Ammon "The Peanut Vender" Pompilio Romani "Truckin' " ; Bernard and Hugh Mitchell "Dark Eyes" Mildred Clark "I'm Working My Way Through College" Charles Seymour "The Love Bug Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out" Arthur Tozer "Where Are You" , , , Marion Carroll "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" , , , , , Mary Ryan "Lazy Bones" , John McCarty "Speedy Boy" , , ,............................................................ George Kersting "I'm In A Dancing Mood'" Marjorie Turner "I'm Painting The Clouds" .' Dick Baldwin "Saint Louis Blues" George Shuebrook "Don't Give Up The Ship" Bob Lungren "I'm Shooting High" Charles Kopp "I Ain't Got Nobody, Nobody Cares For Me" George Strawley

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Students Who Completed Their Elementary and Secondary Education In The Springfield Schools Seated: E. Eachus, E. Krewson, M. Turner, R. Brehm, C. Schlosser, D. Drew, M. Clal'k, M. Harris, L. Godfrey. Standing: W. Wriglit, A. Tozer, R. Rocap, G. Shuebrook, J. McKeown, R. Beatty, C. Reeps, A. MacGrath.

These students started their education in the first grade of the Springfield Schools in 1926. Twelve years later they finished their secondary education in the Senior Class of the same school system. After having received their elementary education in Central or Oakdale School, they had the honor of being promoted to the new High School, when it was but one year old. Four of these Seniors were elected to the National Honor Society. This speaks well for the township schools.

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Today I think that I should never say That I have learned of naught today, For each new day brings to my mind A bit to learn, of novel kind;A fact I ne'er have heard before; Or some odd bit of ancient lore That I should try to con. I know that I should never say That I have heard of naught today; That firmly clings in my poor brain. Each bit I hear, my mind doth train To keep inside the informatiqn. When knowledge is within its station The battle is half won. Charles Seymour.

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Eleventh Grade CoUege Preparatory Section First Row: H. Grandhomme, M. lliemple, C. Merrill, D. Ganister, D. Lentz, G. Blythe, L. Ammon, E. Narbey. Second Row: M:Moyer, M. Buehler, D. Jone3, T. Stewart, H. Halberstadt, A. Turner, M. Stewart, J. Godfrey. Thil'd Row: Miss Haldeman, N. Maxwell, M. Reeder, M. Laird, A. Loan, V. Norman, J. deFrenes, D. Wass. Fourth Row: W. Krewson, R. Brehm, E. Peyton, W. Allen, C. Waldie, R. Smith. R. Ackerman, E. MU1·phy. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL

Daniel Ganister Helen Grandhomme Dorothy Jones Edward Peyton Margaret Reeder Marjorie stewart Theodosia stewart Anne Turner Conrad T . Waldie, Jr.

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HONOR ROLL

Warren Allen Ruth Gillen Marylou Hemple Dorothy Lentz


Eleventh Grade Business Section First Row: R. McCann, E. Vargues, F. Raymond, M. Glover, E. Carroll, D. Meyer, M. Reid, E. Woodhead, E. BOl'nman, M. Bjur. Second Row: E. Krauss, R. Barrett, K. McCarty, I. Holscher, H. Smith, K. Fitzpatrick, D. Cooper, F. Drew, W. McCleese. Third Row: Mr. R. K. Smith, J. Jones, W. Gallagher, E. Masson, J. Thomas, J. Nulty, C. Eckerd, R. Heffron. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL

Dorothy Meyer Maynette Reid

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HONOR ROLL Edward Krauss


Eleventh Gradle General Culture Section Fil's t Row : G. Songstel', G. MacCoy, H. Fiskel., A. Connel', J. Jackson, A. Jones, D. ott, S. Bewley, G. Bedford. Second Row: M. Vaughtel's, T. Bailey, L. Bachofer, L. McDevitt, F. Whitely, C. Milne, L. Morrison, R. Bacher, D. Robinson. Third Row: Ml¡. Stetson, D. Wood, A. Hoffnel', R. Stanfield, J. Haskell, D. Thomas, A. Daltl¡y. HONOR ROLL Gwendolyn Bedford Lida Morrison

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Tenth Grade CoHege Preparatory Section First Row: R. Clark, E. Brittain, R. Lentz, B. Moffett, G. Achtermann, R. Huntsman, W. Fulton, R. Sheets, E. Smith. Second Row: P. Bolenbaker, M. Came, M. Tieser, D. Hal'l'is, H. Boyd, S. Thomas, D. Gedney. Third Row: J. Songster, W. Russell, W. Gmu, W. Daily, L. Beary, W. Morgan. Fourth Row: S. Jones, L. Lawrence, J. Beggs, D. Came, W. Boyer, R. Powell, P. Zall. Fifth Row : Ml·. Weaver, E. Rocap. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Dorothy Came Dorothy Harris Leslie Lawrence Sallie Thomas

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HONOR ROLL Gerald Achtermann Philip Bolenbaker Doris Gedney Ruth Sheets


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Second Row: Miss Ba.s tian, G. Maher, R. Wright, J. Bullion. HONOR ROLL Priscilla Shive

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Tenth Grade Genera[ Culture Section First Row: J . Stavely, W. Wrig'ht, T. Hickman, G. Gibson, E. Roche, M. Gl'iffith, G. McLeod, W. Gilday, J. Barrett, J. Clayton. Secllnd Row: W. Sprengel, L. Hehman, W. Maher, J. Anderson, C. Stewart, D. Hamlin, E. Green, J. Kelso. Third Row: Mr. Stephens, B. Rudy, D. Lungl'en, W. Bl'ickley, W. Sockle, L. Herley. HONOR ROLL

Lee Hehman Charles stewart

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Ninth Grade.

A Section

First Row: G. Duck, J. Mcl(eown, M. Stewal't, R. Cassel, J. Otton, J. Seymour, M. McCann, D. Carlisle, I. Smith. Second Row: J. Siegle, B. Simcox, L. Sibley, N. Brown, D. Moffett, M. Wilson, F. Came, R. Boyer, W. Maxwell. Thh'd Row: Miss Bel'l'Y, W. Harer, W. Miller, E. Maginnis, W. Burnet, J. Holscher. T. Sappington, R. Whitmoyer. Fourth Row: W. Shead, J. Pal'l'ish, R. Schmidt, P. Bien. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL John Siegle Robert Whitmoyer HONOR ROLL William Burnet Frances Came Joseph Holscher Jack Pal'l'ish Jack Seymour Ward Shead Marjorie Underhill

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First Row: B. Fullmer, J. Field, E. Eckerd, C. Herley, J. Shea, J. Meredith, G. Simons, V. Clair, B. Bien. Second Row: N. Lose, F. Ludman, E. Hanis, E. Daveler, M. Compton, E. Hansen, E. Kellel', M. McCarty, F. Sheaffer. Third Row: G. Rand, R. Wilson, G. Battersby, J. Weidel', A. Yochum, J. Ebenbach, S. Waterman, G. Clair, R. Hancock. Fourth Row: Mr. Anderson, M. Beatty, W. Campbell, C. Messick,.M. Conner. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Margaret McCarty HONOR ROLL Gibson Battersby Virginia Clair Ann Yochum

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Ninth Grade.. A.. 2 Section First Row: M. Matlack, J. Tallman, H. Scull, J. Rutherford, H . Justison, M. Robinson, V. Drew, M. Thomson. Second Row: Mr. Kauffman, G. Drew, K. MacGrath, J. Walsh, R. Wynne, R. Friend, H. Hinchliffe. HONOR ROLL Kenneth MacGrath

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Eighth Grade. A Section First Row: E~ Whitmoyer, E. Ferg'uson, E. Wilson, D. Longhurst, F. Jordon, C. Simmonds, R. Korn, E. Fredericks, D. Taylor. Second Row: J. -Strawley, E. Pil'imian, M. Graff, G. Shelton, E. Graebel', R. Rigg, J. Waldie, E. Colburn, J. Smith, N. Russell. Third Row: Miss Sanbe, J. Geniesse, J. Kilgore, J. Alexander, A. Bjur, H. Kopp, H. Smith, D. Evans. Fourth Row: G. Bleecker, W. Caulldns, W. Turner, G. Stewart, J. Morgan. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Dean Evans Cynthia Simmonds Nancy Russell Helen' Smith Grace Shelton Jean Waldie HONOR ROLL Arlene Bjur John Morgan Elizabeth Fredericks Richard Perley Betty Jane Graeber Ruth Rigg May Grace Graff Gordon Stewart Fred Jordon William Turner Donald Longhurst Elizabe~h Whitmoyer

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First Row: M. Shuebrook, E. Cloud, A. Siegle, C. Green, C. Clark, J. Bateman, G. Boyajian, E. Baxter, A. Green. Second Row: S. Tiesel', I. Robinson, W. Skinn.llr, L. Detz, D. Fullmer, L. Bornman, D. Snyder, R. Bedford, R. Saunders, H . Krauss, W. Dobbs. Third Row: S. Vaughters, G. Tallman, W. Thomson, J. Kelleher, F. Sutcliffe, W. Scott.

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Seventh Grade. A Section First Row: M. Downes, E. ,Griffith, E. Ehrmann, J. Alexander, M. Hehman, M. Borgh, W. Yenney, N. Lurwick, D. Miller, J. Porter. Second Row: V. Hw'st, E. Narbey, E. Holscher, J. Kellett, G. Bjur, E. Wilson,. A. Bl'iggs, M. Rawling's, V. Shaw, N. Andrews. Third Row: Miss McNiel, R. Walton, H. Swing, E. Haabestad, J. Taylor, R. Gradwohl, W. I{ohl, D. Geniesse, J. Bolton. DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Virginia Hurst Jean Kellett Patty Ann Hoppes HONOR ROLL Joseph Alexander James Bolton Marilyn Borgh Alice Briggs Marjorie Downes Elizabeth Ehrmann Richard GradwoW Erling Haabestad Margaret Hehman

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Jean Kirk Walter Kohl Norma LUl'wick Dorothy Miller Edith Narbey Jane Porter Marie Rawlings Marilyn Tircuit Elizabeth Wilson


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Do You Renllember The time you first entered Springfield High School? The senior seemed to be the idol of the school. He carried few books, enjoyed many social fundions, and was scarcely ever detained an hour in detention hall. Your report cards?

Thme teachers certainly were strict.

The tulletin Mr. Smith issued about the Washington Trip? Some o.f those happy twosomes? The unveiling of the "Spirit of Athletics" by Dick Baldwin in assembly? When the Seniors painted the piano white? The boys washing dishes after the Senior Dinner? It was rumored that to be washed again before they could be used.

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Seniot' Vat'sity FootbaH Kneeling: R . Beatty, J. McCarty, R. Rocap, C. Men·in, C. Reeps, N. Daltry, J . Clark, R. Barrett, R. Ackerman, W. Brickley, D. Ganister. Second Row : illl·. Emmerling (Coach), J. Clayton, E. Masson, R. Lentz, B. Moffett, R . Hal'l'is, C. Stewart, D. Thomas, G. Achtcrmann, W. Grall, F . Drew, E. Gl·een. Third Row: A. DaItry (Manager), L. Lawrence (Asst. Manager), A. Tozer, G . Blythe, J. Thomas, D. Hamlin, R. Huntsman (Asst. .Manager) , P . Bolenba,k er (Asst. Mana.goer), E . Rocap (Asst. Manager). Our 1937 squad had all the qualifications needed to make it the most successful eleven ever to don the blue arid gold. It was small and light, but fast , and strong. The boys were taught many tricks, and Coach Emmerling was rewarded with foul' wins and and one tie; there were only three on the losing side. Graduation hits the team hard, as many of the Seniors have been on the varsity for two or three yea.rs. However, much is expected of wme of the speedy young under graduate members. We wish them the best of luck! The following boys won letters in 1937: Robert Ackerman John McCarty Robert Barrett Clark Merrill Royce Beatty Robert Moffett Gordon Blythe Charles Reeps William Brickley Read Rocap Joseph Clark Charles Stewart Neal Daltry Arthur Tozer Daniel Ganister Donald Thomas Raymond Harris Albert Daltry (Manager). Ambrose MacGrath

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Juniolt' High Valt'su.ty FootbaU Kneeling: J. Hinchliffe, E. Cule, J. Patterson, J. Siegle, W. otton, J. Shea, L. Tircuit, R. Schmidt, W. Smedley, D. Longhurst, R. Moorhouse, T. MacGrath, R. Ludman. Standing: M. Conner, G. Stewart, C. Messick, J. Otton, W. Burnet, W. Campbell, Ml'. Schopf (Coach), J. Walsh, M. Beatty, F. Jordon, F. Reinauer, J. Morgan.

The Junior High squad launched out on the 1937 season by defeating their first opponent, Under the careful direction of Mr, Schopf the team had a very successful season, being. defeated only by Ridley Park and Media Sophomores. The boys made a good showing on the gridiron as a result of hard practice and good sportsmanship. The following boys received letters for their excellent work in all the games, which finally piled up a score of foul' wins and two losses: Millard Beatty James Otton William Burnet Frank Reinauer William Campbell William Smedley Martin Conner Gordon Stewart Fred Jordon James Walsh John Morgan Charles Messick (certificate).

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Congratulations and three cheers go to this varsity squad, although Lady Luck seemed to frown on its members, However , they went through an encouraging season even though their opponents frequently scored the coveted goal. Although the girls lost some of their games, they still kept the pep and enthusiasm that they had at the opening of the season. The team of the coming year is looking forward to a strong and fast line up, The following girls received their letters and certificates: Margaret Bathgate Maynette Reid Marion Carroll Priscilla Shive Elaine Eachus Marjorie Turner Jane Gregory Edna Vargues Dorothy Harris Nancy Baldwin (Captain) Isabel Holscher Barbara Russell (Manager) Dorothy Meyer Nancy Maxwell (Asst, Manager).

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Gilds? VaJl"sity BasketbaH M. Thomson (Manager), N. Baldwin, M. Reid, E. Vargues, M. Bathgate (Captain), R. McCann, I. Holschel', E. Eachus, Miss White (Coach). Congratulations and due ' praise are given to this group of girls for their very successful and winning team spirit that was shown during the 1937-1938 season. The team owes its strength to the full cooperation and time of the coach, Miss White. The girls felt that the more time spent in preparation for their games, the more they were positive of being the victors.The team regrets the loss, by graduation, of Captain Margaret Bathgate, Nancy Baldwin, and their manager, Margaret Thomson. In the future it is hoped that the team will continue as strong and victorious. Basketball certificates and letters were awarded the following girls : Nancy Baldwin Maynette Reid I sabel Holscher Edna Vargues Dorothy Kopp Marga:ret Bathgate (Captain) Rose McCann Margaret Thomson (Manager).

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Boys' Varsity BasketbaU First Row: C. Schlosser, G. Blythe, W. Bathgate (Captain), D. Ganister, R. Beatty, 1\111'. Stetson (Coach).

Second Row: J. Clark,' W. Gallagher, W. Wright, R. Ackerman, E. Carroll. Third Row: J. McCarty (Manager), E. 1\IIurphy (Asst. Manager).

This year the basketball team was an example of the usually good quintet put out by the Springfield coaching staff, While not reaching the heights of former years, the boys played hard and clean, and won well over half of the 'games played, As in former years the team was not well marked with any particular star, but was just a group of five boys working for a common cause. Seven of the nine letter men are in this year's graduating class. The letter men are: Hugh Bathgate John Kellett Royce Beatty Cm'wen Schlosser Edward Carroll George Shuebrook Joseph Clark Willard Wright Daniel Ganister John McCarty (Manager). '

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Seated: T. Hickman, J. McCal¡ty, E. Masson, R. Barrett, J. Stewart, R. Ackerman, J. Walsh, D. Ganister, G. Blythe, J. Thomas, J. Clark. First Row: R . Baldwin, W. Morgan, W. Wright, R. Beatty, N. Daltry (Co-Captain), W. R. Schopf (Coach), W. Bathgate (Co-Captain), W. Brickley, D. Robinson W, Gallagher, C. Stewart. Second Row: J. Nulty, B. Wright, D. Thomas, R. Stanfield, G. Shuebrook, J. Beggs, W. Boyel', J. Haskell, T. Bailey, A. MacGrath, E. Carroll. Third Row: J. Songster (Assistant Manager), W. Gilday, V. Deesy, R. Heffron, W. Maher, R. Rocap, A.. Daltry (Manager), W. Russell, B. Moffett, M. Vaughters, J. Barrett, J. Anderson (Assistant Manager).

The Springfield track team for 1938 was by far the largest and best squad ever to run for the Township. The showing made by our t eam speaks for itself: it shows the "super" natural ability of nearly all the boys, combined with the excellent coaching of Mr. Schopf. Although this is the first year we have had a respectable track on which to run and practice, the boys used their experience of former years to a great advantage. All of last year's State Championship R elay T eam were back in top form for the old blue and gold this seaso!).. This is the last opportunity for our outstanding track group-the relay team. These boys have run together for three years, off and on, and have made an enviable record. The Class of 1938 wishes openly to congratulate them!

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The Senior cheer leaders, inspired with enthusiasm, began another successful season, They instilled in the hearts of their co-workers and the student body a desire for student support at all athletic functions, During the early part of the year the girls sponsored an educational film, "The Hoosier School Master", The proceeds of this movie were used to purchase white culottes so that the cheer leaders might appear uniformly dressed. The interest in good cheers and pep songs ably led was displayed when the entire student body was given the opportunity to present some new ones. Selections by several members of the various classes were submitted for student consideration. Acclaimed by popular choice were "Over the Line", "Come On, Springfield", and "Come On, You Springfield Men". This has been just one more year to prove the worthiness of this group.

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Glee Club First Row: G. Blythe, J. Kiely, D. Thomas, R . Beatty, R. Rocap, R. Baldwin, J. McKeown, J. Nulty. Second Row: M. Buehler, M. Hemple, A. Conner, E. Brittain, E. Roche, W. Bathgate, H. Grandhomme, N. Baldwin, B. Russell, L. Godfrey. Third Ro,v: M. Moyer, R. Clarl{, R. Gillen, L. Ammon, E. Narbey, M. Glover, R. McCann, M. Tieser, M. Burnley, M. Stewart, V. Norman. Fourth Row: H. FiskeI', M. Carroll, E. Eachus, A. Rudy, G. MacCoy, S. Thomas, A. Turnel', J. Godfrey, R. Brehm, D. Lentz. Fifth Row: Miss Rupp (Director), R. Sheets, M: Reeder, E. Krewson, .F. Raymond, H. Halberstadt, I. Holscher, D. Meyer, J. Gregory, D. Hanis. Sixth Row: L. Monison, M. Bjur, E. Bornman,. D. Jones, E. Clement, M. Reid, M. Laird, E. Woodhead. Seventh Row: R. Ammon, G. Shuebl'ook, J. Thomas, C. Reeps. Eighth Row: R. Brehm, C. Menill, W. Wright, W. Brickley, D. Hamlin.

The Glee Club, a traditional institution of our school, has come through with another successful year, The operetta, "Sons of Kentucky," was something more unique than anything ever before produced, The story, written by Miss Sanbe; and the music and lyrics, written by Mr. VonMuller, had to do with the life of the people in Kentucky at the beginning of the Civil War, Under the direction of Miss Rupp and Miss Berry this climaxed its full program for the year. OFFICERS:

William Bathgate Nancy Baldwin

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The Orchestra The orchestra, although not an old organization, has become a progressive one. Mr. VonMuller, its very capable director, has brought it to the top through his untiring efforts and the cooperation of its members. He feels that from now on it is probably ready to give exchange programs, such as larger schools have given for our .interests. PERSONNEL OF THE ORCHESTRA Mr. H. L. VonMuller, Conductor. Viola Violin Bass Blair lVIoffett Nancy Baldwin Helen FiskeI' William Morgan Albert Godfrey Anne Turner Mellaphone Clarinet Laura Godfrey Helen Grandhomme Jack deFl'enes Phyllis Lose Arthur Tozer James McKeown Rose McCann Cello Marshall Vaughtel's Tuba Julia Godfrey Piano Charles Seymour Margaret Buehler Paul Zall Trumpet Carolyn Detz Saxophone stewart Jones Betty Krewson Richard Baldwin Donald Lungren Marjorie Moyer Lida Morrison Read Rocap Margaret Tieser Gordon stewart Richard Walton Drums Trombone Charles Kopp Dean Evans Robert Lungren Edward Rocap

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Senior Student Council Seated: G. Shuebrook, R. Rocap, G. Blythe, D. Lentz, C. Schlosser, E. Justison, J. Jackson, lVIr. lVI. L. Smith (Adviser). Standing': R. Lentz, J. Clayton, R. Harris, lVI. Reid, D. Thomas, D. lVIeyer, D. Kopp, C. SeymoUl', B. Moffett, D. Ganister, M. Matlack, P. Shive, D. Roche. The Senior Student Council is responsible for regulating the law and order of the Senior High School. It is to be commended for the fine work it has done. One of the activities fostered by the Council is the Student Tribunal which provides corrective measures for misdemeanors. This shows that the organization has the students' interest at heart. The Council's initial social function was the Hallowe'en' Dance. Masking was not required, and the dance was more successful than those of previous years. In response to the students' requests for more dances, the Council held a spring dance. Other worthwhile a ctivities sponsored by the Council were the homeroom discussion periods on topics vital to the student body, campus improvement, and the awarding of the citizenship cup to the outstanding Junior. On the whole, the governing body has played an important part in upholding the good name which our school holds. OFFICERS: Charles Seymoill' Curwen Schlosser Dorothy Lentz Gordon Blythe

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Junior Student Council Seated: M. Wilson, D. Fullmer, N. Russell, M. Connel', R. Cassel, M. Robinson, B. Smith, Mr. Richardson (Adviser). Standing: M. Shuebrook, R. GradwoW, W. Skinner, G. Drew, G. Stewal't, W. Otton, M. Beatty, J. Siegle, A. Godfrey, B. Bien, J. Kellett, J. Montgomery, W. Kohl, N. Gildner. The governing body of the Junior High School is vested in the Junior Student Council. It aims to develop leadership, cooperation, service, and character in the lower classmen. Participation in this organization has proved beneficial in every respect. Three members are elected from each homeroom of the Junior High to serve their fellow students. Like the Senior Council's, the social functions were the radio dances for the pleasure of the groups. These dances, which gave the younger classmen a chance to find enjoyment, excluded the older students. Its every activity had behind it the purpose of fostering initiative in these students. OFFICERS: Millard Beatty Richard Cassel Mary Robinson Martin Conner

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Library Club Seated: V. Norman, J. Jackson, B. Russell, N. Maxwell, T. Stewart, Miss Mathiot (Adviser), H. Grandhomme, D. Jones, M. Reeder. Standing: L. Morrison, M. Buehler, D. Hal'l'is, M. Hemple, K. Fitzpatrick, H. Halberstadt, A. Turner, M. Stewart, L. Ammon, E. Narbey, M. Laird, A. Conner, D. Lentz.

The Library Club has been working not only to improve the library, but also to educate its members as to the practical side of this work. Early in the fall a poster campaign was sponsored; the posters were used in the library to stimulate reading and to impress on the student body the existence of Book Week. To climax Book Week the girls presented an educational program in the auditorium. In January the Club went to Open House at Drexel Institute to compare other book arrangements with our own. If possible, each girl was assigned one practice library period a week. The year was brought to a pleasant conclusion with a visit to one of the large libraries in ;Philadelphia, followed by a dinner and , show in town. OFFICERS:

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Commercial Club Seated: D. Cooper, E. .Tustison, D. Drew, M. Bjur. Standing: Miss Bastian (Adviser), W. Wright, M. Connor, F. Drew, M. Clark, A. MacGrath, M. Bathgate, I. Holscher, M. Glover, D. Meyer, E. Carroll, M. Reid, E. Bornman, Mr. R. K. Smith (Advisel'), E. Woodhead.

This club was organized in the interest of the Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors in the business sections. The purpose was to improve speed and accuracy in typing. On May sixth Elmira Justison, Dorothy Drew, Dorothy Meyer, Maynette Reid, and Marie Chadwick went to Bloomsburg to compete with other schools in several contests. During the year the club visited W. C. A. U. and Remington Rand. This club vitalizes the activities of the business section. . OFFICERS:

Dorothy Drew Marjorie Bjur Maynette Reid Elmira Justison Margaret Bathgate

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ยงpri.. Hian Seated: E. Justison, A. Turner, H. Halberstadt, D. Thomas, E. Eachus (Editor-inChief), M. Thomson (Business Manager), C. Seymour, M. Carroll, M. Clark. Standing: Miss Sanbe (Adviser), J. Jackson, D. Drew, R. Baldwin. Willing workers plus a competent adviser made this paper a success, The first issue of this five-column paper, which appeared every report period, was brought out on the twenty-third of October. Through the efforts of the business staff, it 'is now selfsupporting. To enhance the paper two features now appear on the front page. A new article, The Poet's Corner, has been added, too. This gives the pupils a chance to show their creative ability. Favoi'able criticisms were given by Mr. Thornburg of the Inquirer. He particula.rly liked the local color column. May the Spri-Hian continue its prestige.

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After much hard work the Scrivener staff, under the able supervIsIon of Miss Haldeman, produced a distinctive book. Many new features were included, one of these being the padded cover. Instead of the original class pictures, each homeroom was photographed. The Seniors were allowed more extra-curricular activities to their personal credit. Another difference was found in the Senior picture arrangement. Only hard work could produce such favorable results, and much credit is due this efficient staff.

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