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Class of 1932

Ollie Saxon Carden, Class of 1932

Ollie Saxon Carden


AHS Activities:
Athletic Association (12); Basketball (12); Hockey (11, 12); Track (12); Dramatics (12); Gym Exhibition (9, 10); Etiquette Club (9); Home Room Programs; Class Hockey (10, 11, 12); Class Basketball (11)

Post-Graduate Achievements: St. Augustine College; Morgan State University, Cum Laude; Teacher, Philadelphia School System for 28 years; Honored as a top ten teacher in Pennsylvania, 1981; Receipent, Rose Lindebaum Award; Active Volunteer for International House, Fairmount Park Tours, Philadelphia Children's Zoo and Pennsylvania School for the Deaf



Mabel Dager Hansen, Class of 1932Mabel Dager Hansen


AHS Activities:
Athletic Association (10,12); Band (10-12); Orchestra (11,12); High School Operetta (11); Chronoscope Staff (12); Shop Club (9); Nature Club (9); Fashion Show, Collegeville (9,10); Class Program (9)





Percile Della-Loggia, Class of 1932Percile Della Loggia


AHS Activities: Class Program (9, 10, 11); Athletic Association (10, 12); Operetta Chorus (10); Baseball (11); Band (4); Collegeville Chorus (10); Gym Exhibition (10); Class Day Exercise (9); Student Council (9); Orchestra (9); Bachelor Club (9); Science Club (9)

Post-Graduate Achievements: Graduate, Temple University; U.S. Coast Guard, South Pacific, World War II; Bank Executive; Boy Scouts; Member, Alumni Association; Ambler Symphony Orchestra Board; Bible School Leader; Charter Member, Ambler/ Wissahickon Library



Donald Houpt, Class of 1932Donald Houpt


AHS Activities:
Student Council (9, 10, 11, 12); National Honor Society (12); National Honor Society Vice President (11); Athletic Association (11, 12); Basketball (9, 10, 11, 12); Track (9, 10, 11); Baseball (9); Class President (10); Shotput record - 45' 5.5"; Collegeville Contest Squad (10, 11, 12)

Post-Graduate Achievements: Graduate, Cornell University; Collegiate Varsity Track and Field; Architect in Washington D.C. for National Youth Administration and Federal Public Housing Authority; Boeing Aircraft Company, Seattle, aircraft design; Architectural work in Texas, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Brazil, and Bolivia designing housing, hospital and schools; Volunteer work using architectural skills following retirement; Established scholarships at Cornell University and Wissahickon High School