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PUBLISIIICD BY THIS S'I'UDEN'l'S
MIADICMY HIGH SCHOOL
ICHTE, PENNSYIQVAN IA
. . llie interest shown and accommodating work done by-
Mr. Ralph Weber of the National Service Engraving Company
who so excellently interpreted the editor's ideas.
Mr. Paul Miller of the McCarty Printing Company who co-
operated heartily with the stall' in carrying out the arrangement of
Mr. Frank Schauble who rendered indispensable aid to the staff
in the arranging of groups for pictures.
Miss Mildred lipp, Miss Gloria Stein, and Miss Norma Brinkley
Who assisted in the composition.
Miss Marjorie Greenwald, typist., who gave unsellislily of her
lime and energy in preparing the manuscript.
iM erfruJe gaggin
who this year closed a long association with Academy.
By her Wise counsel, warm sympathy, and uhremithiug
labors in the classroom, she endeared herself to her as-
sociates aud her students, and won for herself a deep and
IN PRESENTING THE 1939
AGADEME .... 11,40 ,4mfem,
. . . . has heen chosen as our theme. WVe have
endeavored to reflect the spirit ol' Academy and to portray, through
the media of pictures and the written Word, its contributions to its
students. We have resolved not only to fulfill the need of a 1939
yearbook hut also to consider its compilation and undergraduate
as well as a Senior project.
lt has been our desire to make this hook your hook and to
present the material in as novel a way as time, opulence, and in-
genuity Would permit. To accomplish this we have employed con-
tinuity ol' theme, new layouts, and pertinent headings to maintain
,gn Mia ,game
"Educalion is the apprenticeship of life."
Acade1ny is striving to prepare each student adequately to be-
come a desirable member of society by educating him not only
intellectually, but physically and socially as well. Because the
attitudes and ideals which become a part of a student's character
during his high school career are retained throughout his life, the
administrators and teachers of Academy are attempting to impress
upon him the importance of such qualities as leadership, character,
service, good health, cooperation, and toleranceg to impart to him
a definite appreciation of culture and a desire for self-expression
that Will enable him to live a life in complete unison with his fellow-
men. We all agree that this purpose has been most adequately
fulfilled, that Academy, whose memories we will cherish forever,
embodies the ideals of an institution ready to answer the stern
challenge ol' an ever-changing world.
The Academe Stall,
Academy lligh School,
When l first heard the theme of the Academe l was puzzled. Knowing that
it is a student publication I was fearful that the theme was, The Idles of Academy.
Then it struck me that you were honoring your teachers so l decided it was, The
Idols of Academy. Soon, however, the correct idea came as I realized that it
was really, The Idyls of Academy.
And what hetler lhemeil In technical sense an idyl is merely a pic-lure or
an event. Bulwlhe word has acquired a connolalion ol' pleasantness or significance
or both. lt is fitting, then, that the Academe should be, The ldyls of Academy.
For ours are pleasant dayswdays lilled with significance. Your record of them
set down in the Academe will increase our pleasure in them and enhance their
C. W. MCNAHY
You as students of HXi'litlf'II1j' are familiar with the words:
"Trai11ii11g hfres in lrullz and duly
Honor, lrzzsl, and loyalty."
You have sung these words dozens of times, perhaps not, realizing
that Academy cannot train you in these qualities, but can only oll'er
you the opportunity to train yourselves.
llow far you succeed in this sell'-training is the measure ol' your
success after school days are over.
SLSA Y A. TAN N ER
To Llxe Seniors
"I Wish you much happiness in the morn of life and in the
bright afternoon but above all a clear sky Where Lhe sun goes down."
W. E. DIMORIEP1
IX I iss Wfxbcr
Row 1-Suttc-llc, Hoesner, Diefendorl, Chceho. Demorier, McNary, Seybrooke, Bcrst. VVesehlcr, How 2-Schaper,
liavcny, llowc. Van Gown, Olson. llolfman, Von Korf, Nlohnev, Lockwood, Block. Row 3-Sterett, Strouch,
lVlcl,aughlin, Dcmuling, Sapper, Batcson, Bausehard, lVICHalc, liuhling, lVlong, Pietrowski. Row 4-Weir, Williams,
Swcitzer, Gruber, Carol, Gaggin, Johnston, Burgun, Blake, VVeiland. How 5-Davis, Graham, Mannix, llalc,
Torrcnce, Whiteman. Peterson, Bright. Phillips. Fiorclli, Jones. How 6-Presogna, Derby, Crowe, Towns, Kelly,
Dctmcrs, Lewis, liollingcr, lieamy, Minnadeo, Scralford, Harding, Mattis, ltaddcr.
lfriendlincss is perhaps the outstanding characteristic of both the administration and faculty.
lt is this particular quality that makes them so well liked in classes and out, so welcome at social
allairs, so vitally concerned for our future welfare and ever willing to lend their guidance in our
While some of the members ol' the teaching stall' are new, all have caught the spirit of Academy.
'l'hrough their assistance by personal contacts or teaching, the administration and faculty stand
first, then, among the contributions of Academy to its students.
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"Every day that we spend without learning is a day losifl
The majority of us do not realize the value of our free education
until the later years ol' senior high school, then we begin to see the
changes that have occurred in ourselves, our outlook on life, and our
entire general bearing.
Through such subjects as the sciences, higher mathematics,
and social studies, we have learned, unconsciously perhaps, to
develop the mind. Geography, economics, and history teach us
the greatest ol' all discoveries: how to live and be happy in the best
possible way. Home economics and the industrial arts are ollered
by the school to balance our curriculum and to develop and train
our creative interests. English, foreign languages, and the line arts
help us to build a radiant personality, to open the way of sell'-
expression, and to know the satisfaction of living an abundant life.
Wie have received beneficial counsel in choosing subjects to be
included in our preparation for life after graduation-whether it he
college, industry, or business, and While broadening the scope of our
academic knowledge, we as students learn to accept culture and be-
come desirable members of society.
Because the outlook on life of the student in school will he the
outlook of the adult in a large community, all scholastic activities
are planned with an eye to the needs and welfare ol' the individual
and ol' society. Ol' our educational process, which recognizes and
cherishes the individual who is not coerced and distorted, we can
assert without reservation that our school is training its members
to accept fully the socialization so necessary to our modern civili-
Upper Lfjfl--Art Uppzv' High! llrafling
Lower Lqfl-f fW'0od working l,uu'e'r HI'fIlIfi'f,l'l lmgvn ics
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Olszewski. 'l'. Dudzinski. P. Flagellal, T. Nm-ro. H. KUIlIl0l'lKI1PCht. ll. Sedler, ll. Si'llllSlQi"I', 'l'. lwozur, F. Stziryaggi,
J. Alll'iiI1N'ZjlK. C. liies, L. lllig.
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A skilled mac-hinisl is nel. made in a clay. for his prcxficieney Comes only after much practice
al, his trade. Wiilh lhis lhoughl, in mind, Academy established a macliirie shop in September, 1938.
This was clone in order lu faeililale lhe training el' boys who feel thai they are mechanically in-
clined and who wish lu get a foumlalion in the IIl21K'l1lIllSl, Lracle. The shop also serves as a sign
post. on the palh In a wealimi in so fur as il shows a boy whether or not he is filled lo hamlle ma-
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'glmporlamf as it is lo organize and direel the industry of
the world, it is more important lo organize and direct llze
leisure of lhe world."
Mau, in all the various stages of his development, linds himsell'
possessed of a desire for sell'-expression in one of its many forms.
ln a school ol' rapidly developing young students, some outlet,
some safety-valve must be Found for this expanding ligo. lt may
lic buried in Music, in Literature, in Drama, or it may lie in Elec-
tricity, Radio, anythingewhatever the method ol' release, it must
Thus the extra-curricular activities have become a fundamental
and necessary part ol' Academy life, for in them only certain of us
have been able to crystallize a half-suspected latent ability, to
realize a slumbering ambition, or to pamper a groping creative urge.
The nucleus ol' many an impromptu orchestra comes from the
Academy musical clubs, many a capable executive prolits by the
experience gained on the Academy publications. Those who serve
here, on committees covering every phase ol' our social life, are
acquiring that indelinable asset of ready' ease for which we are
There are many such organizations in Academy, diversiiied,
scattered, yet each a unified group with definite ideals, which have
in a short time become an indispensable part ol' our education.
How lfHeinlein, Curtis, Smatana, Lee, Krufal, McKeen, Hower, Row 2MEgler, Huff, Dahn, Montor, Work,
Considine, Sullivan, Kibler, Yarbenet, Dieter, Striek, Seelinger, Coleman, Forman. Row 3-Shaner, Zurn, Watson,
Hanley, Delahooke, Wilson, Greiner, Corey, H. Sullivan, Johnson, Owens, Marcella, Seholfner, Eller. How 4-
Markey, Manos, Baltus, Davis, Wuenschel, Bushyeager, Frazier, Miss H. Bauschard, Brown, Fitzgerald, Hopson,
Fuller, Heinlein, DeCeeeo. Row 5-Stough, Woodward, Marshall, Sandquist, Leonard, Weigand, Jobes, Alward,
Zelinski, Kaiser, Aronoff, Deutsch, Kulfer, Swain. Row 6-Sherman, Schweitzer, Ward, Bopelewski, Saunders,
Atkins, Abel, Horn, Mueller, Traut, Foster, German, Moyer. How 7-Marcella, Thompson, McMahon, Carlson,
Ebiseh, Malm, Noziglia, Lamaechia, Fish, Blum, Johnson, Kramer, Schosshergcr.
Adviser: bliss H. Bauschard
President lst Semester: lVl. Yarbenet
President 2nd Semester: T. Sullivan
Vice President 1st Semester: P. Dieter
Vice President 2nd Semester: lil. Considine
Secretary: C. Kibler
Treasurer lst Semester: W. Work
Treasurer 2nd Sernester: W. Striek
YM, Me Sfujenfd, .SQMA
In the spring of '37, Academy mounted its first stepping stone toward student participation
in school management through its organization of the Student Senate. The students of this group
lend their assistance to the administration in carrying out the work of tl1e school by coping with
fundamental problems that arise, and so become better leaders for the America of tomorrow.
Th zrfy one
Boilozn-Miss McLaughlinAAdviscr. llclcn Howcr, Jean Proscr, liuth Plotkin, Virginia Mancuso, llomayno Gathnrs,
.l. Bcrst-Adviser. flenfer-Frvrl Bockur. Lloyd Thompson. Haul Jernslrom. Harry L. Lamb, Elmer Nordin,
Stanley Shaw, Edwin Swanson. Top-John Pctre. Ralph Gangurni, Fred Soloway, lidward Yates, Robc'rtrStoltz,
Douglas Ray, Rohr-rt Knoll.
President: Fred Becker
Vice President: Edwin Swanson
Secretary: Virginia hluncuso
Trozlsurcr: Elinor Nordin
Among lhu clubs ul Acaflfwllly, ones ol' lho oldest and most worthwhile is the lnlernalional Club,
whose membership Consists ol' lhose students who excel in the study of history. This organization
was formed l0SllII'1llliilf? lhe SlllllPIllS. l!llPl'CSl in presenl-clay happenings, bolh al home and abroad.
The club has done mum-h lo make lho sluclenls of' Acarlf-:ny inlernalional-lnindecl.
ln order to promote a broader understanding of dillerent. peoples through a study of their
language and customs, the Cosmopolitan Club was formed. Any student wl1o has had a year of any
foreign language is eligible for membership. Suecessively, the dilferent groups, composed of the
Latin, French, and German students, present a program dealing with the race whose language
they have studied. The Cosmopolitan Club has contributed greatly to the intellectual and cultural
development of its members.
Adviser: lilrs. Block
Prcsidenl: lilax Schroeder
Vice l,l'CSidCIll! Wesley Blcllannel
Secretary: Regina English
Topvli. Mason, V. Graham, W. Nordin, R. Miesel, E. Runser, J. Hufstader, C. Ryan. Center-F. Thompson, R.
Ryan, A. Butz, M. Crocker. II. Redman, D. Marshall, M. Stough, B. Maurer. Bottom-M. Yoehim. J. Alberstadt,
Mrs. Block-Adviser, Max Schroeder, li. English.
Veacfy for eruice
'llhe Hi-Y with its purpose to vreale, maintain, and extend l,l1l'rml1gllul1l the svlmnl and Conl-
munity high standards of Chrislian c'l1arac'ler, has clone muvh lo bring the prohleins lacing modern
youlh to the allenlion of the young men nl' Al'3fl0lllj'. 'lihis is ell'ec'led by having local men speak
to the Hi-Y members on vivie problems. ln adflilinn to this program ol' vivie ecluralion, l'acull.y
adviser, Mr. Leamy, in cooperalion with Ted lipply and Max Darone of lhe Y. M. C. A., arranges
scavenger hun ts, out-door retreats al the Y Camp, joint meetings with the ulher lli-Y clubs of the
city, dances, and parties, to give the boys social as ,well as educational programs.
Adviser: Mr. John Leamy
President: Ray Stein
Vice President: ,less Abel
Treasurer: Edward Londreguu
Secretary: Neal Sullivan
Row 5- -R. Mm-Clenatlian, W. 'N'lc'Dann0l. W. Strick. ll. Sclilinrlwein. ll. Durst, S. .laI'uslzm. NYa4li-, li. lillI'lSl,l'IlNL'Il,
Swain. Row 44fMr. lieamy, Carlton. .l. Strong. liilliorml. Mwl, llvrhst, Becker, Tllmnpson. Ifnur 3-V-'Sl1apiru,
Londregan, liieliardson. Hymers, Stoltz. livaris. lxelly, Slnnle, Sullivan, Howes. How Z2wZm-in:-r, lrvin. Bauer,
Struelier, Busliyvager, Gillette, DvVitt. Deer. Hom i'gl'i0Sl,1'!'. Mawvlla, Blavk, Mussnll. Stein, Asbury. Stafford,
Skellvy, Kerner, lloemer.
Andrezejewski, Anderson, Angelloti, J. Ball, M. Ball, Baltus, Bannister, Bevins, Bailey, Banka, Bindseil, Bloss,
Blum, Benz, Basko, Bohman, Bovaird, Burkett, Bowman, Cook, Christoph, Crowley, Carner, G. Carner, Comstock,
Cokefair, Considine, Christensen, Decker, Dieter, Dietsh, Duffy, Derby, Dressler, Duberow, Drake, Duke, Ehret,
English, Epp, Egler, K. Egler, Eisworth, Franzkoski, Flanagan, Fields, Golding, Goetzinger, Grennels, Grygier,
Gold, Granahan, Grenz, Gross, Gifford, Gabin, Heuer, Hutchison, Hornyak, Herskevitz, Haas, Hammond, Hower,
Hoffman, Jacquel, Jones, Jell'ery, Kennerkneckt, M. Kennerkneckt, Kibler, P. Kihler, Kaiser, Kennedy, Leider,
Lewis, Lechner, Lacy, Leslie, Leary, LeFaiver, Mienthciewicz, Mahoney, .l. Mahoney, Miesel, March, McLean,
Maclnnes, Miller. Mosler, Marshall, Nellis. Neiner, Offner. Parmeter, Proser, Prcedit. Seelinger, Shalkham, Sullivan,
Stough, Smith, Shapiro, D. Smith, Sweitzer, Scibetta, Steadman, Simmons, Teal, Tansey, Todd, Thornton, Voss,
Valiga, Wiler, Wuenschel, Walters, Weber, Wiegand, Wharton, Weyand, Wucnschel, Yochim.
President: June Burkett
Vice President: Diary Ellen Considine
Corresponding Secretary: Sybil Griffith
Recording Secretary: Lois Illjllel'
Treasurer: Connie Gehrlein
cwnerif in urlaofie
The members of the Girl Reserves have learned to meet lifeis challenge courageously, by
developing a healthy body, an alert mind, and a Willingness to serve their country, their community,
and their school. At graduation a character cup is presented to the girl Whose life has most suc-
cessfully fulfilled the Girl Preserve oath.
T 11 lrlyifive
Sealedsl Burkett. R. Stein, C. Bruner, Mrs. M. Howe-Adviser, B. Hirsoh, N. Sullivan. Slamlillyf--J. Moyer,
H. Kuerner, J. Kern, C. BllSlly0Z1gCI', H. Harpst, D. Hildebrand. f
Adviser: Blrs. Mary Howe
President: Ray Stein
Secretary: June Burkett
The Library is vilally essential lo the welfare of a modern liigli school. Al AKTHt'l6lIlj', llue
Library is open at all limes Lo l.l1e sludent body, for research, study, and leisure reading.
The quiet elliciency which makes it possible for such large numbers ol' sluclenls lo make use of
Llle Library is mainLained by l.l1e ell'orLs of l,l1e Library Shall. This group, composed ol' reliable,
resourceful, palient students, has made the Library al. Academy TlOl9W0l'lllj for ils serxice and
T11 irly-s l-.I'
we Mice ofugcacfemg
The ambition ol' every Academy student who is interested in newspaper work is to become a
member of the Star Staff. To attain this enviable position a student must have a high standing
in English, and he must pass a vompetitive examination. Only the best equipped students are
selected and these fortunate few gain invaluable experience from their many and diversified as-
Adviser: hlr. C. C. Radder
Editor-in-Chief: William Work
Business llanager: Harold Urahaln
Standing-lVI. lloisenauer, M. Yarbenet, H. Graham, W. Rosenthal, P. Bredenberg, A. Baerski, C. C. Radder.
Sealed-N. Specter. VV. Todd, B. Strick, S, Griffith, G. Schnell, B. A. Brown, M. Krufal, E. Sandelstein, VV. Work,
'lflfafft file Zdwkaf
All students who are interested in photography and the art of taking: pictures may find their
associates in the Camera Club. No scholastic attainment is required for membership in this organi-
zation. Camera Club members specialize in the taking and the developing of original pictures. It
is through their efforts that school Contests and exhibitions, for the purpose of furthering individual
knowledge of photography, have been sponsored.
Adviser: Mr. Lynn Davis
President: Edward Londregan
Adviser: Wliss Wl5il'
President: ,Iarues Mussolf
Row 6fSehapiro. Smith. Maneh, Stoddard, Process, Rhodes, llotman. Psrnlt-her, Gardner. Delemater, Gibson, Vieos,
Reiohmt. Bullard, Pottholl. Mannix. How 5-Dudley, Nye, Babe, Kroto, Abel, Brower, Tubner, McFadden, Deer,
Hiteheoek, Flanegan, Pillitieri, Geise, Trost. Yeager, Nick. Row 4--Fritts. Specter. Anderson, Barret, Case, Adam,
Taylor. Nelson. Media. Lynch. Lindberg. School. Kitzer. Miss VVeir. Williams. l1'ou'3-liastow,Arnemann.Demerjian.
Randall. Schmidt. Smith. liader. Frm-ligh. Coxey, Swain. Hirsch. Levine, Longer. Brook. How 2-Demuling, Kaber-
line, llirseh, Doty, YVillard, Nlialano. Peterson, VV4-llington, Huekenberg. Clehrlein, Miller, lleuberger. liechner,
Jaequel, Mr, Davis. How I-Kilmeyer, Ulrich, DeVitt. Bright. Woodward, lVlussoll'. Londregan, Struehen, Heberle,
Heberle, Bownian, Schultz. Stark.
i Th iriy-eiglzl
I1'ow"l- A. .laroslawg A. Colwlair, J. Cold, ll. Holhnan, T. Stoven, A. Silver, H. Dieter, G. Sherman. Row 2-C.
Campbell. T. Hill. C. Hake, W. VVork. lW.Tat1', W. lliller. Il. Levine, li. Klvllman, F. Ziemer, P. Bredenlmerg. How 3-
F. Jobes. C. lyl1'Nlill10ll, A. Krista, V. Smith, lVlr. Detmers. .I. Sullivan, M. Katz. T. Granahan, N. Lopez, Pm. Sehwane.
How 4-C. Hartel, W. Kilpatrick, B. liudov, ll. Graham. .l. Lynvh, l.. Brotherson, M. Cohen, S. Jaroslaw, H. Gillette-
Prvsidcnt, li. Korn.
Adviser: hlr. Yvaltel' II0llll0lS
President: liolwrt Gillette
Secretary-Treasurer: Nick Lopez
The inauguration of the new club program somewhat retarded the advancemenl of the chess
club for the many new students who were inducted into the club had lo be instructed in the elemen-
lary principles of lhe ancient game. The school Club is allilialed with the lirie Chess Club and it is
the desire of lhe members to become proficient enough, some day, to join the lirie Club. Several
Academy players have already been admitted to lhat organization.
How l-B. A. Broun. K. Tansey. G. Seelinger. J. Bovaird. How 2-Nl. Smith. D. Spulnick. U. Dahn. H. Hower-
Vice President. E. Nordin-President. B. .l. Schweitzer-Secretary. G. Stein. R. Gathcrs. D. Szyplik. How 3-lfldwin
Swanson. IC. VVright. J. Burkett. D. Knoll. lVl. Epp. V. Maeder, V. Sehitea. J. Ilood. How 4--lf. Becker. .l.
Allwrstadt. NY. Wlork. D. Loper. A. Christoph. T. Sullivan. J. lVlvnsinger. L. Tliompson. H. Stein. Hom 3-l.c-slit?
Aga-ns. H. Graham. I.. Hinkler. .l. Uricb. G. Koen. M. Schroeder. J. Petre. .l. Mullen. V. Smith.
President: Elnler Nordin
Vice President: Helen Hower
Secretary: Betty Jane Schweitzer
Treasurer: llr. Wlalter Detniers
Since its institution two years agro, the Academy chapter of the National Honor Society has
been the hope and inspiration of every Worthy student. ln order to become a member, a candidate
must be recommended by his teachers on a basis of exeellenee in four qualities: Scholarship, Leader-
ship. Charaeter, and Serviee.
Although this organization has existed at Academy for a short time only, il has done much
toward the development of the ideal high school student.
Une of llie mosl perplexing problems lacing llie modern liiglm school girl who wishes lo l'urlluer
ller educalion is the Clloiee ofa College. 'l'l1e College Club oll'ers lo llie girls 0llAl'21ll9IIly u rllance
lo meel willl representatives ol' Various colleges lo disvuss sucll questions as llie enlranre require-
men Ls, courses offered, expenses, and social life al different schools. For llie members who are unable
lo attend College for financial reasons, the College Club maintains a sc-liolarslxip fund ullicli has
proved an invaluable aid lo many of llie girls.
Adviser: Nliss XI. Lockwood
President First Scniester: Virginia Nlaeder
Secrelary Firsl Semester: Nlildred Epp
Presidenl Second Senmester: Dorolhy Szyplik
Secretary Second Semester: EIPZIIIUI' lipp
Row 4-.l. lN'Iaclnnes, lf. W'rigl1t. ll. Hower. G. Larson. li. A. Brown. li. bIclNlanus. B. Herlner, How 34-A. Lewis,
J.. Burkett. ll. Kramer, G. Hall, M. Hutchison, D. Stablein, S. Dickery. Row 2-M. Simmons, ll. lipp, V. Nlaeclvr,
lVliss l.ookwood, D. Szyplik, li. Epp. J. Shipman. Row l-G. Scibetta, E. Clrzlnaban, B. Wbite, F. B'lcinl.kiewim:z.
Il. lWadia, C. Davis.
The purpose of lhe Junior Bed Cross is lo help others. As the Bed Cross serves in lime ol'
calaslrophe, we, the junior members, serve in our humble way.
The Gray Ladies' Auxiliary visits a local hospital lo entertain the children with scrapbooks.
Troubles are soon forgotten in Lhe land ol' stories and games. The many books transcribed by
the Braille group have given enjoyable hours to the blind. Through the cooperation of Mr. White-
manis woodwork department and Miss Schaper's sewing classes our Council, consisting of the
officers of each high school organization, sends loys and sunsuils Lo the Louisville Preventorium.
livery year a delegate is sent to the National Red Cross Conference. New ideas are brought
back to inspire enthusiastic members to fulfill Lheir motto, 'SWe Servef,
Adviser: Miss H. Fleugel
President: J. Proser
Secretary: G. Cehhardt
Treasurer: J. Slnith
Row 4-M ll. Mndiu, H. Brooke, B. Gibson, M. Crowe, B. Baudau. li. Salamone, M. Benz, C. Bogue. Row 3-Il. Gold,
D. Proser, G. Carner, N. Brinkley, C. Bindseil, T. Gabin, V. Mancuso, V. Parmerter. How 2-H. Fluegel, C. Fischer,
D. Haimsohn, A. Preedit, E. Hcrscourty, H. Andres, A. Schaper. How lgll. Shields, E. Schossbergcr, G. G4-bhardt,
J. Proscr, A. Fischer, B. liathers.
How l-'ll Fullerton, lt. Ketzel, Mr. .l. Bright, ll. Wuensehel, .I. Scheppner. Row Ze-.l. Wlonkowski, R. Stanton,
F. Marcella, li. Steffey. li. Wuensehel, A. Christoph.
Far-ulty Stage Manager: Nh. Jonathan Bright
Student Stage hlanager: li. Wllellschel
Assistant Student Stage Manager: J. Scheppner
Khao! fAe .gcenw
Ol' course you remember the stairway used in the February Senior Class Play-v the elaborate
garden steps and the striking backdrop depicting the rockbound sea-coast in 'Twelfth Night,"
and the pink elephants in the Jumbo Night auditorium show. All these and many other interesting
pieces of scenery, stage settings, lighting etlects, and a well-kept stage a1'e made possible through
the untiring ellorts ot' the stage crew who work quietly yet industriously to be of service to all who
may call upon them. A salute to the stage crew Whose efforts are so often overlooked.
F orly-U1 ree
How 1-Il. Gatlicrs, S. M. Hirsch. lf. xYI'lg'lll. J. Shipman, hliss illenclte lNlcHale-Adviser. K. Tanscy. J. llnrkcll.
D. Knoll, ll. Dnlicrow. Hou' 2-'.l. Alhcrstadt. D. Kirschncr, E. Yates. D. Lindberg, G. Evans.
Adviser: Miss Glcnette NlcHalc
Editor-in-Chief: Kathryn Tansey
Associate Editors: John Alhersladl, Jean Shiprnan
Securing accurate informalion, obtaining inlerviews, and writing inleresling, original composi-
lions are only a few of lhe seemingly insurmountable difficulties that face the lfditorial Staff. The
editors musl. combine Lhe Write-ups, pictures, and olher material so Lhal. the yearbook Will he at.-
lractive and informal, as well as represenlalive ol' all phases of sludenl aclivily. By selecling a
definite theme and centering all our ideas around il., we have allempled to presenl, lhe "ldyls of
Academywe small pictures of the complex life in school.
While lhe aclual wriling of lhe Academe is assigned lo lhe Editorial Stall, and lhe sales and
linances are handled by lhe Financial Stall, Lhe duties of Lhe Technical Stall' are diversified. De-
signing division pages, and a cover, sorting, culling, and pasling Senior pictures in a "dummy"
Academe, laking informal snapshots, and supervising the general lay-out ol' lhe yearbook are some
of the Lasks confronting Lhis group.
The Staff this year is one of the largest. and mosh competenL ever assembled. lflach member has
contributed his lalents and his time toward making Llie I939 Academe one of llie best of Aeademy's
Advisor: Byron Wlhilcman
Nlanugerz Paul Carlton
Assistants: Huy Stein, Neal Sullivan, Stanley Tryzhiak
Top- -G. Uehran, VV. liOSCI1lJll21l, ll. llopson. ll. Stein, N. Sullivan. Cenler-H l'. Czn'lLon, Y. Snyder, Byron VVl'llll?IIl2lIlm
Adviser, A. liairski, S. Tryzhiak. Froni-C. Harbel, L. Corcoran. J. Hood.
yfncwferri 0 fke Wild
One can peruse the Academe from cover lo cover and see no apparent evidence of the work
of the Financial Stall. but every page in the yearbook is a serious matter of dollars and cents to
the stall' membersg they must plan and direct the sales campaign, adjust Academe finances, and
finally distribute the finished product.
The Jingle Bell dance and several Jumbo Night concessions were only a part of their efforts
to furnish the principal with which to meet the publication bills. This year the sales campaign
was so successful an enterprise that the number of Academes purchased has exceeded that of any
Advisor: Miss Florence Wfeschler
Manager: Jack Censhcinwr
Secretary: Gam: llall
How fieli. Gehrlcin. A. Pillitteri, .l. Gifford, 'l'. Sullivan. J. Genshchner. li'ouv 2-B. Wvatson. C. Lieder. M. llcintz.
U. Dabn, R. Metzler, l.. Belluci, D. Kurtis, V. Mancuso. Row 1-lVl. Yoehiln, A. Lewis, H. lirarner, F. Wcschlere
Adviser, G. Hall, M. Haas, D. Gross.
Because the new clubs at Academy are so varied and so numerous, space does
not permit our naming and discussing all of them. Those indicated above are
representative of the organizations whose membership is open to Academy students.
The activities program so recently inaugurated at Academy encourages each
member of the stuent body to meet with his classmates in a spirit of play and
recreation, thus establishing social contacts among the students and developing
in them the social finesse which will enable them to live more gracefully among
fr, Lf .
2 Q A
Of Wubic l
"!lfIusic is a discipline and a mistress of order and good manners."
g Few of us, upon entering high-school, can know or even ap-
preciate fully the satisfying beauty of good music. A small per-
centage of one's associates may have had private instruction, but
the greater majority of boys and girls obtain their first musical
training in our public schools.
Academy is an open door to all pupils interested in music. VVe
shall endeavor to present to you a brief glimpse ol' the students
progress in music here. Upon entering, the student has at hand the
best music course under the most competent instructors that a
school can offer. His training begins in the seventh grade with
sight reading, elementary harmony, and other necessary rudiments
of music. As this training continues, the pupil advances rapidly.
He is taught simple versions of our best-loved songs, he learns to
recognize, upon hearing them, the worlds greatest musical master-
pieces, and in due time, his course includes a brief study ol' renowned
composers. Then, il" he desires, he may broaden the scope ol' his
general knowledge by becoming a member ol' any ol' Ac-ademy's
creditable musical organizations, both instrumental and vocal.
Good music is o11e of Academy's famed traditions. Any in-
dustrious student is able to derive great benefit in the form ol'
thorough knowledge and appreciation of music, il' lie will but take
advantage of the excellent opportunities afforded him in our com-
plete contrapuntal system.
Row I-V. Brown, B. Teal, M. Gentile, B. Kramer, J. Taylor, M. Kloeeker, C. Gehrlein, J. Sullivan, V. Maeder.
M. Hutchinson, M. B. Julius, D. Busche, G. Kohler. How 2-M. J. McDonald, D. Hubbard, E. Blum, M. Bentley,
H. Haas, P. Hackenbcrg, H. Palmer, 0. L. Grender, ll. Anderson, A. Platt, M. Brown, li. Epp, B. Hubbard. T.
Cichetti, J. Shipman. Row 3-M. Stokes. N. Kimmy, M. Reisenauer. R. Shade, H. Daiute, F. Jobes, V. Smith,
B. Maclnnes, YV. Nell, J. Gensheirncr, C. Hartel. .l. Musolf, C. Bruner, H. Hower, B. Connor, D. llippeli. How ft--'-
I. Neiner, C. Boque, .l. Butterfield, D. Wilson, .l. Final, B. Herbst, P. Carlton, E. VanCuelpen, L. Muth, M. Headley,
J. Strong, W. llolden, D. English, B. Leernhuis, B. A. Brown, M. A. Tellcrs.
Director: lWr. 0. L. Crender
President: James Mussoll' L
Secretary: Betty Alice Brown
Treasurer: Frank ,lobes
m om.. W.,
The personnel of the Academy Singers never exceeds sixty-five voices. Marks are carefully
Censored, and because high scholarship as Well as musical adaptability is stressed so strongly, the
student morale is easily recognized as the best in the school.
liaeh year the Choir makes a long concert tour and several short trips to points in the vicinity
of lirie. Rehearsal for programs presented on trips and in regular concerts constitutes the Singers'
routine. This year the Choir has directed all its efforts in preparation for the journey to the New
York World's Fair.
How I--Mierkc, Kilburn. Lopez, Pcttihonc, Frazier. Durst, Kramer, Mrzliay, Daiutu. Jones, Hall. Thompson,
Cornelius. How 2-Rettger, Ward, Schultz, Ely, Final, Hibblet, Grender, Eldridge, Stoltz, Bebetu. .lohnson. Fuhr-
man, Osterberg. How 3-Task, Kingston, Harvan, Hymers, Strong, Muth, Abel, Gifford, Jones, Hutkowski, Eichlcr,
Anderson, Boldt, Kneppner, Atkins. How 4-Katz, Latimer, Palmer, Kline, Arneman, Freligh, Savoia, Coover,
Sherman, Heberlc, Jensen, Martin, Platt, Wells, Thiel, Jackson.
Director: Hr. O. L. Grendel'
President: Henry Diaute
Vice President: ,Ialnes Strong
Secretary: Williani Kramer
Treasurer: Jess Abel
aloloi g WM ing
As a companion organization to the Girls' Chorus, there is the Boys' Cilee Club, consisling ol
boys from all grades Where training is similar to that of the Chorus, they rehearse daily for concerts
presented in school assemblies, and offer various other programs throughout lhe year. At the end ol'
each term, the boys try out for membership in lhe Choir. Those boys who have proved their ability
and their Willingness for hard work, are rewarded by being chosen as members ol' lhe Academy
Singers. Formerly, tl1e Clee Club was regarded as merely a stepping-stone to a higher goal, but
this year it has Won a name for itself greater than that of any ol' its predecessors.
14 Sweef lg rain
The first of the vocal organizations that the student may join is the Girls' Chorus, composed
of girls chosen from the entire student body who are striving constantly to improve their own vocal
technique-to learn how to appreciate and select wisely good choral music. lt is here, too, that the
girls are given intensive sight-reading exercises and ear training, so that they will he eligible to
pass the rigid tests for membership in the Academy Singers to further their choral study.
Director: lllr. 0. L. Grendel'
President: Gladys Biers,
Vice President: Eileen Granahan
Secretary: Charlotte Campbell
Treasurer: Dorothy Jeffery
Row 4-B. Clark, N. Kimmey, B. Christenson, R. Olds, P. Koenig, M. Sandusky, G. Gebhardt, R. Fischer, M. Carr,
J. Neth, D. Jelfery, J. Fosel, M. Hedderick, E. Keller, C. Traphagen, E. Brown. Row 3-L. Hutshell, D. Pikiewicz,
C. Courteaux, l. Schultz, L. Dudley, S. Beresford, E. Tillotson, S. Vollant, J. Bowman, J. Demuling, E. Dyer, G.
Biers, F. Brewer, J. Maclnnes, T. Heuberger, D. Greiner. Row 2-V. Stough, R. Shields, A. Jourgenson, B. Mann,
E. Wright, M. O'Brien, B. Anderson, Mr. O. L. Grender-Director, S. Schwab, V. Boska. D. Horth, M. Holtzworth,
E. White, B. Smith, M. Portz. Row 1-B. Hoyt, M. Brown, J. Johnston, A. Rotman, E. Granahan, E. Drake, L.
Miller, B. Wertel, J. Olfner, PL. McDonald, C. Campbell, I. Watson, M. Livingston, J. Vitelli.
If Lfly three
oung uri icianzi
ln the Junior orchestra which is composed of seventh and eighth grade students, one Con-
tinues his study of composers, including contemporary writers, and is able to put to practical use
the knowledge that he has assimilated through his class work, in the preparation of concerts, that
are presented throughout the year. This is perhaps the first intensive study that is presented to the
students, it serves to relive both the routine of academic subjects and to foster a living, growing
appreciation of music and the allied arts.
Adviser: lwiss Louise Schweitzer
President: Geraldine Snow
Vice President: Shirley Crenz
Secretary: Annette Noziglia
Treasurer: Betty lWix
How 4gE. Ullenbcrg, G. Snow. G. Tarno, li. Weber, li. Freibcrg, A. Steiner, Il. liussel, L. Schweitzer, M. Crotzer.
.l. DeFranciseo, R. Watkins, H. Kesselring. E. Peelman, D. Gehrlein. Row 3-ll. Moore, H. Sullivan, H. Gleason,
li. McLaughlin, M. Conrad, S. Grenz, D. Stin, G. Nash, C. Wild, F. Zurn. li. Westerling, A. Liehtinger, ll. Stover.
Huw QSD. Filigenzi. lVl. McDonald, .l. lluhling, H. Krumpack, W. Siegrist, P. Christenson, J. Benedict, J. Manross,
A. Heinlein, Nl. Harrington, 'l'. Johnson, VV. Rotman, B. Mix, F. Kucinski. How l-B. Pistory, lf. lVlusolIl', N.
McGahen. Nl. lVlc'Kane, A. Davies, D. Heinlein. S. Conti, C. Reichert, H. Gabin, lf. Benesi, .l. Glass, C. Gehhardt,
Rom l--D. CllilIlllDt'I'S. .l. Horlh. R. Micsel. A. Prcedit.. ll. Leemhuis, G. Fields. Nl. Treado, H. Burnham. P. Rocco.
C. Von. How 2-.l. licrr, B. Fermer, G. Chambers. li. Kessler, J. Emery, D. Kuivenen, D. Yeager, tl. Post, L.
Dudley. How 3-W. S. Owen. W. Kaugman. Il. Lang, .I. Friday, C. Martin, P. Petrianni. D. Demyrjian. Row 44
C. Chiota, A. Alloway, S. Shaw, G. Evans, J. Lynch, H. Stark. P. Daugherty, L. Bardorf, VV. Kelly,
Director: Nlr. W. S. Owen
Student Director: Robert Leemhuis
uriic, Waedfro, Lowe
As the student passes from Junior lo Senior High School, he may become a member of the
Senior Orchestra which is composed of wood-wind, string, and brass instruments. This is a classical
orchestra which presents concerts in school assemblies, both at Academy and neighboring schools.
The repertoire of the group includes representative selections from familiar operas and symphonies,
as well as light concert music.
Assembled in lite Picture-Aronoll', Alloway, Berry, Brooks, Barthelmes, N. Barthelmes, Beau, Barney, Chiota
Clarke, Cook, Campbell, W. Campbell, Cohen, Evans, Fizell, Fuller, Frittz, Fuhrman, Femmey, .l. Fuller, Ford,
Glass, German, Grau, Grimth, Hardner. Herbert, Herman, Hill, Karlen, Kelly, Kilharre, King, Kibler, Lester,
Lynch, Lipkin, Lindgren, Metzlcr, Neithamer, Nordin, Nutter, Palton, Petrianni, Biell, Bose, Bhodes, Szczcpanski
Sturtevant, Schalfner, Smith, Sorth, Schoenfeld, Sullivan, Smith, Thiel, Von, Welb, Ward, Walkius, Zurn.
Conductor: lllr. W. Owen
President: Douglas Ward
Student Conductor: Peter Petrianni
ere 014126 ide
The Band has proved the inspiration of many fine musicians who are now professional per-
formers. Because of the many different types of music studied, programs are numerous and varied,
consisting of marches, overtures, operatic selections, and modern compositions.
Each year several concerts are given at Academy and at other schools in Erie and vicinity. Trips
enjoyed by the Band are financed by the energetic efforts of its members through concerts, dances,
and other entertainment.
,ML OU? CL Cl,l"Cl, 6
Every student has thrilled to the sight of the Drum and Bugle Corps marching across the
gridiron. We are proud of their trim appearance, quick precision, and excellent drill tactics.
This year the group accompanied the football team to Louisville. Although our team bowed
in defeat, everyone forgot this disappointment at the dance sponsored by Dupont Manual High
School and the trip was voted a success.
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Adviser: hir. Peterson
Treasurer: Virginia Wolford
Druxn Corps Leader: Emily Sawick
Assembled in the Picture-H. Andrac, J. Bloss, J. Bovaird, O. Clifford, V. Colman, E. Davies, M. Grennels, K. Gross,
B. Haibach, S. Heraberta, E. Imus, G. Johnson, M. Jones, V. Kieffer, J. Knablein, D. Kuhn, L. Lechtner, J. Leidell,
M. Levy, J. Mahoney, M. Mahoney, E. Moore, A. Morschhauscr, D. Prosser, B. Rick, D. Smith, N. Smith, C.
Stuczynski, C. Szymula, V. Wolford, G. Gorniak, M. Voss, B. Hirsch, Y. Mosier, E. Ziegler, M. Greenwald, L.
Kuerner, S. M. Hirsch.
Wlien the shore is won al last
Who will count! the billows past-
So, in our idyls ol' sports, we look not back to the Hbillows past",
to the number of games Won or lost, but rather to what athletics
has done for Academy in the past year.
The outstanding feature ol' a program of athletics, second to
none, was the efforts made to develop the junior varsity sports.
Training a hoy at an early age leads not only to his advancement
athletically, but also to the building of' a firm foundation upon which
the structure of' his character may he erected.
The appointing of a separate mentor for each sport enlarged
the staff, and gave each coach an opportunity to develop his charges
to a better degree than if his attention were divided among several
sports. We are now represented hy one of the best coaching staffs
in the district.
Academy school spirit, which formerly had been spoken of as
only a ghost, finally came to life and burst forth in a magnificent
crescendo off cheers. In no other time, did our sport program re-
ceive such support as in the current year.
The idyls of sports are in themselves no different from those
of the school itself. They embody every principle of good character
that any course can offer and, in addition, provide a testing ground
for the application of' these principles, namely, the field of athletic
Huck Row-Mr. Lewis, llead Coach Drake, Mr. Townes. Front Row-Mir. Thomas, Mr. Coiini, Mr. DcTucrk.
me gm, Gain
Behind lhe brawn there must be brain. We have been bounlifully blessed by Dame Fortune
in lhal our coaching staff' is well stocked in boLh brain and brawn. Their ability Lo mix Will: lhe
sLudenl,s, Lo joke, Lo criticize, and L0 inspire, makes Lhe sports program a very inviting extra-curricular
activity lo all those who are athletically inclined.
Sealedgllongneckcr, Conti, Liebel, Christoph, Englert, Wojecki, Wiley. Row 2-Bell, Soth, T ncker, Clark, Urich,
liopelewski, Benczokowski, Scrvidco. How 3fConnors, Sheptow, Byler, Sheldon, Arnold, Shay, Trudnowski,
Coach: Lowell Drake
Co-Captains: David Wiley, Frank Hopelcwski
City Champions four years in a row! Twice held alone and twice shared-thatis the record
of Coach Drake's gridders. Over a path strewn with triumph, defeat, keen competition, and good
sportsmanship, the Academy Lions have come, meeting defeat at the hands of a city school only
once in the last four years.
26 Warren ,,.e, CC C C C 6
I l AlliquippaC C C CC 0
I8 H untingtonC C C CC C 6
6 lfast ,,,,,,, CC 0
6 CantonC C C C C 7
0 Vincent CCCC C C 3
I8 Technical C C C C C C 0
35 Prep C CCCCC C C 0
6 'LouisvilleC C C CC CCCC 40
32 Jamestown C CC C C C C 0.4
0 AltoonaCCC.C- CCCC 6
Academy C C C C341
lCastC C CCC C C C 3-l
Vincent CC C C BWI
Technical CC CC C I--3
Prep C CC C C C C 0"4
Won 7 Lost 4
For the first time in a decade, the coveted Crown of the city basketball Championship has wine
to rest at the hill-top school. Coach Thomas acquitted himself well in his Hrst 'year as head basket
hall roach by leading his boys lo virlury. True, lllC1'0NVOI'0 defeats, but each inspired the train to
greater heights until the crown was won.
fl cademy Opponents Academy Upponenis
'Sl Ambridge, C . , ,.,.,l 36 46 Technical ,,,, . , - - ,. 23
Oil City ,,,i, ,,ii 2 T 22 Oil Cityw -, ,,i,. 26
Ambridge ,,i, .,i,. 3 l -L2 East ,.,.,,, C , ,C 34
Dunkirk ,.,, Y , ,W C -23 -11 Yineent - , , ,, C2-1
Aliquippan , ,W ,35 63 Meadville, IH
New Castle .,,, ,, , , ,ZH X1-8 Technical ,s,s , ,, ,ll
Yincents ,.,s, ,MCAS '52 East..,,.,,.,, C, C42
rllQCllIliCHl, C C , ,H 1 7 M J amestown, , - , C, ,, C341
liast ,C , ,,,s , C, , ,25 55 Greenville ,,,,r C , , C26
Meadvillen , , C , ,, ,323 L13 Sharon, ,, ,,,,, is , , C - ,, 37
Vincent ,,,, C , . , 24- Clllayollj
Coach: Edwin Thomas
District 10 Champions
Top-ANieulia, Kuleza, lloehl, Trudnowski, Kramer. Cenler-Assistant Coach Harding, B1'eder1ln'1'g, Shay, Pistory
Manager Work, Coach 'l'h0mus. Bollom-Liebel, Lawson, LOIl,9fI1CCk0I', Wiley, Servldeo.
Hour l+l'aI0rrnu. Janimrki. Shlllfstall, Krivonak. Conant. Row 2-Talarico, AllHlll0Il Coull H alt hal undn D ins
How 3-Swartwmcl, Vllilliamson, Harvey, Meade, liEiI'fll'l1'l'.
Couch: Nelson Hale
Captain Appointed Each Game
Tlw cradles of fulurv great baskvteersl Thus is Junior High baskvtball clescubfld for it is her?
Lllall a buy begins Iris liarclwood career. By sfwlmoling the boys in the fllflildH1FIll3lS ol the ,ame
parlic'ularly ball-hanclling: and Sllflflilllgl, Coacll llale clfwelops his cllargvs lnlo lutuif' x I-1ISllN maleual
Lo carry on Ac'ademy's traditions.
.sl cadvnzy Upporzffnt 11 cademy Opponvnl
20 Yincefnl - , , '32 2I Conneaul
Liberly Hall Jrs. , 10 IT Conneaul
Cambriclge , 15 29 Prep, ,
lrfflancl , -l-2 I9 Pre J, , , ,
Alumni , , 28 5l Mcliean
flHIHlJI'l!lg9 ll- 20 Albion
Nlclifiarl lil 22 Albion
Won l0-Lost LL
Row 1--Tucker, Kroto, Kramer, Schwindt, Manross. Row 2-Coach Lewis, Mangold, Hewitt, Krivonak, lladov.
lfow 3flVlaCPl10rson, llaondler, Johnson, Johanncson.
Coz-wh: fllurifnl Lux is
Captain Appoinlvd Each Gann:
A step ll0bi1'Q1' their goal, llle Yarsity, are these boys ol' Coavll Lewis. lluviug a few 1110115 years
of experience than the Junior High cagers, all Lllcy lack now is the polish ul' varsily cornpolillion
before llley become lliose cxperionvcd regulars who are lu Iill Llm pusilliorls vucalml by clopzlrlingx
A cudemy Opponcnl .fl mderny Opponvnf
I6 lfasl 7 7 7 l lv 37 'l'0c'l1 7 22
I9 Xincenl, 7 7 7 l 8 22 lCasL7 7 77 7 2l
I9 'l'eCl1 7 7 735 -ll Alumni 7 56
I l liasl 77 77721 Ill Xincenl 7 27
20 Yincenl, 777 7772i 126 lCasL77 7 77 lil
The program of varsity competition cannot acc-ommodate all who wish to participate in school
athletics. Realizing the need for physical development of these students. the 1-oarliingf stall' in-
augurated the intramural sports program in which all students may participate. Thus, the intra-
lnural program gives the boy organized league competition which he would otln-rwise have to lind
outside the school.
Basketball Champions- Standing: Broad Jnlnp-aliabasinrski
Indian Lvaglle-Squantos lligli .llnnp-Tryzlniak
lntrainural -Palestine Pole Vault-V Tryzlniak
Tth tlradt- Foul Shooting--ll. VVork llop-Step-Jlnnpf-llops-le-wski
8th and 9t,l1 Grade Foul Shooting-Paulson Ilopo tllirnlr -Bull
Varsity HB" Foul ShooLing'-.lohanncson liipup -Kline'
Indoor Golf Champion-l lymtfrs
Indoor Tennis Champion -VV. VVork
Track and Field Champions-
50 yard Dash-lim-ll
880 yard--Struczhcn, Ward
How 5-M. VVilcoK, Bylcr, Schlindwcin. How
Tumbling-Y Nl. VYilt'ox
Rings, Horizontal Bar -Bylvr
llorsc. Parallel liar-Sc:l1lindw'in
4'-llolland. Strnchcn. NVard. .TCl'IlSlil'0lll. Kalmasinslai. llopvlvxiski,
Bell, Ochran, Tryzbiak, Kline, Icsuc. How 3--Hynicrs, Trimlvlo, T. Dudzinski, Nordin, VV. Work. .lOll2lIlIlt?NUIl.
Row 2-Paulson. VVunz, Donovan, N. Wilcox.
Neithoimcr, H. lioliack, Bent-si, ll. VVOrk, Colo,
lliloy, Nt-inunz, Cluittnrman, Sherman, Traut,. l'ost,orli. How If
Tcarpak, IC. Boliack.
one wifi fde
The 1939 edition of the track squad has high hopes for the coming year. This Well-seasoned
veteran crew whose strength has been further augmented by the many promising recruits, intends
to follow tl1e example of the basketball team and bring home the championship for their new coach,
April 1ePitt Relays M ay 17a-Alliance College
April l5fOpen May 20 -'fDistrict lO
April 22-Mansfield Relays Stadium
Mansfield May 26fTeel1nical
April 29YASl1lLHblliH Stadium
Stadium May 27-Stale Meet
May 6-Alliance Relays State College
Cambridge Springs June 2eCity Meet
May l3fTriangular Meet Stadium
Coach: James DeTuerk
Captain: To Be Elected
District 10 Champions
How 5--Swain, Goodrich, Sterret, Task. Riley. McLaughlin, Shaw, Meliinney, Kuhn. Brubaker. Row 4--Coover,
Niando, Bernhardt, Becker, Baginski, Kempa, Boyd, Searle, Guitterman, Glass, Torrance. Row 25-Piaski, Briggs,
Holtz, Sweatman, Knepper, Iibert, Howes, Krivonak. Ward, Sezepanski, Crompton, Coaeh De'l'uerk. How 2-
Savoia, Nutter, Soth. Oohran. lweadows, Jvrnstrom, Ropelewski. Kabasinsky, Rell. Alloinan, Benozokowski. VVel1ster,
Tryzbiak, Nagorski. How 1-Kusinski, Steiner, Ives, Drexler, Bernardin, Kline, Baker, Boyle, 'l'arr, Stewart, Holland.
Huw 1-Russo, Slleldc-!:. Final, liehell, Weber. Row 2-Grunahan, Verga, Coach Townes. Conti. Larson. Row 31
Manager Cooper. Nelnenz, N. NVilcox, Traut., Posterli, Wlojeeki. How 4-Wunz. Sherman, B. Wilcox, Guitterlnan,
Coach: Coslon Townes
Captain: Dominick Russo
The idyls of Academy have Certainly received no blemish from Llle mighty pupils of Coach
Townes. That age-old art of manly self-defense cannot hul be developed in a boy under the capable
Lulelage of Coach Townes Who, this year, led his cohorts to Lhe district championship.
Academy O p poneni
IOM Duboish . . .275
20 Farrell, ,, ., e. ,12
24-M Grove City.. , , ., 18M
36 Edinboroe .. , , e , 5
311. Boys' Club. , .. .. 0
365 Edinboroe , , 4M
27 Greenville ,,,,, , 10
2l Boys' Club e ,13
27 Greenville .. , 10
9 Duboism. We .Jw H, ,20
12 Clearfieldwhee eh... We e- ,-.-17
S irly-n ine
Won 8-Lost 3
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This j,var's cwlilicm ol' lhe golf' learn has greal, possibilities. With the return
nl' .lohn Mullen and Bill Neff frmn lasl, year's oily champions and the wealth of
malerial wining: up, we van be fairly Oerlain lhat our 'glions
arrquii lhemseli es well in all their encounters.
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Coach lst Seniesterz Fiorelli
Coach 2nd Sernesler: Ralph Scrafford
Captain: John lllullen
Back Row-Nelf, Hymers, Greiner, Coach Fiorelli. F' ron! Row-Lichtenwalter, Mullen, Arnold.
How l-Lopcr, Lindberg. How 2-Work. Raclov. Breclenberg.
Coach: John Lea m y
VVith increasing Competition among city schools in addition to the steady
rise of the game as a national sport, tennis is slowly moving from its former posit ion
in the background of the sport program to the fore. Despite the loss of Don Loper,
vity high school champion, much is expected of the team for the other hoys in the
group are all veterans.
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How l-Brooke, Yarbenct, Leonard. Schlindwein, Marshall. How 2--Olcson, Plleuger, Brothcrson, Hymcrs, Hopson.
How 3-Rentja, Belding, German, Coach Hollinger, Carlton, Jones.
Coach: Williunl Hollinger
Water Polo Captain: Charles llymers
Swimlning Captains: Robert Brooke, Lynn Brolherson
Runners Up City
That elusive, will-o-the-wisp crown ofthe city championship avoided the grasp of Coach Roll-
inger's boys again. However, by the end of the season a creditable record had been compiled with
defeat being rnet only at the hands of Strong Yincent, state swimming champions. However, no
prestige was lost by defeat, for only one can Win tl1e race.
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'5No man was ever great Without inspirationufso the cheerleaders stand before lhe crowd
and lead the Cheers. Unless We ourselves have ever allempted to lead a group in anything, We do
not know Lhe handicap under which our cheerleaders labor. Screaming, pleading, singingfthey
lead us on to vichory, or buoy us up in defeat.
Back Row-Lefaiver, Atkins, Strick. F ron! How-Sehlindwein, Yates, Hoffman.
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Is relished by lhe wisest men."
"All Work and no playl' never holds true at Academy where a
varied program of social activities offers a pleasant respite from the
more serious task of diligent learning, and Where life is genial and
Meeting onels friends and associates in a healthful atmosphere
to play and to be entertained is at once necessary and vital to
maintain harmony and order in any community. Realizing this,
the administrators and faculty alike are constantly endeavoring to
promote a program that will not only fascinate the adolescent mind,
but will present successfully the valuable side of social activities
so that each student may become an essential part of the social life
as well as the daily system of regular curricular activities.
Numerous assemblies which are planned and selected to enter-
tain, inform, and instruct the student bodyg the class plays and
group parties, Student Senate and class elections, the mirth and
revelry of Jumbo Nightg and last, but not least, the gaiety and
colorful festivity of the Promseall contribute to the general atmos-
phere of recreation and diversion that makes for a Well-balanced
Austin Wylie and His N. B. C. Orchestra
The finest, event! of the mid-
'year social program was the
prom. Credit for ils success must
be given lo lllis eommillee Whose
every effort was directed toward
making the farewell Lo the de-
parling January Seniors an event
long Lo be remembered.
Arlene Lewis. Jeanne Shipman, Virginia Maeder, Marjorie Haus, Sybil
Grillith, Gao Hall, lrois Heuer.
Slnmling-Sybil Griffith, Marvin Shapiro, John Alherstadt. Armand Pilliteri.
Chester Wojeeki, Marjorie Haas. Sealed-Mary Kloeoker, Helen Andrae,
Balloling by the eleventh and
Lwelflll grades det,ermined . who
was Lo reign as snow queen ol' llie
prom. ln the eleelion, Marjorie
Haas was Lriumplianl. ALl.end-
ants were eliosen from each of lille
above gradeselwo each from the
June and January Seniors of
l939, and one eaeli from the June
and January Seniors of 19440.
Sealed Fronl-A. Cook, F. McFadden, M. Lassman, M. Greenwald, B. Hirsch. Sealed Second Row-E. Swanson, M.
Yarbenet, J. Burniston, .l. Shipman, E. VanGuelpen, B. A. Brown. Standing-D. Nell, M. Smith, D. Soth, R.
Schlaudeeker, Miss Deinuling, E. Yates, F. lleid, M. Salzman, H. Steward, D. Hathcway, W. McDannell.
'6 WMA Wglf'
Produced under the Direction of Miss lllarie Demuling
Student Director -fAlyrna Smith
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Valentino ,t.,,o , , , ,,,, Fred lleid Sebastian, , , g
Viola, , , , , , ,. , , , , , ,,o, Belly Alice Brown, Antonio, , , ,
A Sea Captain ,, , ,,,o, Edward Yales F este, oo,o, , ,
Sir Toby l3elel1,,, , , , , ,,,Edwin Swanson First Officer, , , ,
Maria , , ,,cc, , , , , ,Jean Burnislon. Second Officer
Sir Andrew Aguecheek ,, Michael Yurbenel A Priest I
Olivia, , , , ,,,,,,,, , , , , ,, ,Jeanne Slzipnmn.
Pages, Lords, Ladies, Sailors, Musicians
A Servant lf r' "o"
, Dean Nejj'
, , , , , , lJ0llLlH.lCk Russo
, , , , ,, A llzerl Cook
, , , Edward Yates
Rolnerl Srlzlandeeker, Marjorie Greenwald, Merdze Lassman, liellie H irsell,
Margurel Snzellzer, Margurel Salzman, Belly sllollzerzrell
Musical Director , , ,, , , ,,flflissL01z1fse Srlzzrellzer
Faculty Adviser ol Costumes, , , , , Miss Jeanelle Seolzrooke
Faculty Adviser ol Properties , , ,, , Miss Luella Braley
Technical Director , , ,,,,, , , , Air. JOIICIUIIHI. Brlglzl
E. M. Ralston ,, .,
Bishop Doran .,
Dick Donnelly ,ln,
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Under the Direction of Arthur Shepard
Student Director-Albert Christoph
D, DD D .D,, Boberl Swanson
D D DD DBill lVIaelVIardy
D D D D D D DJim Shirley
Ethel Clark DDDDD D D D
Sable Jackson DDDDDD
Mable JacksonD D D DD
Bobert Bennett DDDDD D D D D D D D, D DDean Neff MarthaD D D D D D
Mrs. E. M. Ralston DDDDDDDDD Jeanne Shipman
Senior Play Chairman DDDD DDDDD .fl lyrna Srnilh
Property ChairmanD DD D DDDDDDDDD Jack Hood
Publicity Chairman DDDD D D. D D D Belly Alice Brown
Head Usher DDDDDDD D D D Harriel Kuerner
Cast Leader DDDDDDDDD DDDD R omayne Galhers
Patrons Chairman DDDDD DDDDD R oberl Beckwilh
Stage Manager DDDDDD DDDD B onald Kelzle
Sealed-D. 0'Brion, J. Shipman. Slanding-Q. Carisle, J. Shirley, B. Swanson, D. Neff, B. A. Brown, V. Maeder.
VJ. Ball, B. Campbell, B. MacMurdy.
D D D .DDorolhy 0'Brien
Belly Alice Brown
D Virginia Maeder
D D D D D D Jeanne Ball
D D D DQaincella Carlisle
fill' .X4CCl6!UI'lflg GNU! CH
Gas el Day
Catching up on
- in ilu' Nursery
tlirvvlion of thc
in lhv llufctcria
Fire! Fire Z
"Perhaps il will be a pleasure some day lo recall these lhing.s'.',
SEPTEMBER-Vacation ends and school begins . . . First
school hop, the Band Dance . . . Football team conquers Huntington
and our deadly rivals, the East Warriors . . . Senior reception for
all new students. OCT 0BERiSchool spirit reaches a new high
as the Academy Eleven meets the Vincent Colonels . . . Louisville
game with Drum Corps girls rooting for the Old Hill School.
NOVEMBER-February Seniors celebrate Armistice Day with an
informal dance at Masonic . . . June Seniors get together at their
first class party . . . Lions battle Tech Centaurs ...S February Seniors
score a hit with their class play, "Nothing But the Truth" . . .
Watrrr Polo Season begins. DECEMBER-Academy Cagers start
basketball season . . . A record attendance at the Academy Singers'
annual Christmas Concert . . . Holiday spirit prevails at Academe
Jingle Bell Dance in the Masonic Temple. JANUARYf'SSusic
Starw makes her debut . . . An appreciative audience enjoys Shake-
speare's "Twelfth Nightl' presented by the Dramatic Class . . .
Swimming season back with a splash . . . January Senior Banquet
and Dance held at the Lawrence Hotel . . . Graduating class receives
diplomas at impressive Commencement exercises . . . January Seniors
honored. by J une Class at annual Mid-year prom. FEBRUARYa
Jumbo Night brings carnival gaiety to Academy . . . Girl Reserves'
Banquet and Dance in honor of graduating Seniors. MARCH-Our
cagersacity champs! Wrestling team gains district title . . . Band's
annual Spring Concert. APRIL+Choir Spring Concert. MAY-
"Miss Sweethearti' presented by the June Seniors. ,IUNEiGradu-
ating class honored by January Seniors at the June Senior Prom
. . . Senior Banquet Dancefcolorful aifair . . . Commencement
ceremonies close the career of the June Class at Academy . . . Annual
Inter-Scholastic track meet . . . Closing Day . . . and school's out
with vacation ahead once more!
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John Uricll - , Presideni
Gloria Stein - , Vice President
Winifred Carlson , - Secretary
Albert Christoph - Treasurer
John Uriah - , President
Mildred Epp , - Vice Presideni
Winifred Carlson M - Secreiary
Jack Wilson - Treasurer
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Gloria Stein -
Donald Loper -
J ack Mensinger
Betty Alice Brown
Jack Hood ,
Myrna Smith H
Mildred Epp ,
Learn to Do by Doing
Address of Welcome
The Student Senate
E ighly-n ine
Adams, liichardflhlsiness Ereculiive-Dancing Club
Agens, Leslie-Civil Engineer-Engineering Club, National Honor Society
Anderson, Lucille-fllodel-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Anderson, Dorothy-SienoyrapherfGirl Reserves
Arnold, Paul-Zvlelallurgical Engineer-Engineering Club
Arnold, Robert-Civil Service Posifion-Golf Club, Football
Ball, ,Ieanne+N1Lrse+Moti0n Picture Club, Academe Staff, Class Play Cast
Bard, Richard-Teacher-Camera Club
Barnett, Harold- Highway Palrolman-Athletic Club
Barney, BIarion-Slenographer+Safe Drivers' Club
Bayle, AnlhonyvDraflsman-Rod and Clin Club
Bevens, LucillefPrivate Secretary-Dancing Club, Girl Reserves, Drum and Bugle Corps
Blair, William-Mail Pilol-Art Club
Bleil, Florenee-Sienograplzer-Research Club
Brogdon, Elsie-Slenographer-Beauty Culture Club
Brown, Betty Alice-Radio Work-Theatrical Make-Up Club, College Club, Academy Singers'
Star Staff, National Honor Society, Class Play Cast, Twelfth Night Cast
Bunnell, Caroline-Teacher-Hobby Club, National Honor Society
Bun-ham, Helen-Player in Orchestra-Cosmopolitan Club, Senior Orchestra
Burniston, Harry-Engineer-Rod and Gun Club
Burniston, Jean- Nurse-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
Burns, james-Theatre Owner-Cinema Club
Bushyeager, Charles-Cerlified Public Accolmlanlfllod and Gun Club, Hi-Y. Library Staff
Campbell, William-fVIorlician-Ping Pong Club, Band
Carlisle, Quincella- Nurse-Sewing Club, Class Play Cast
Carlson, Winifred- Nurse-Cosmopolitan Club, National Honor Society
Carner, Goldiff Nurse-Charm Club, Girl Reserves, Red Cross, Braille Class
Cenfetelli, Veoneltas Nurse-Beauty Culture Club
Christoph, Alberl--Engineer-Engineering Club, Cljresidentj National Honor Society, Stage
Cole, Richard-Buyer in deparlmenl slore-Bod and Gun Club, Glee Club
Connor, RoberL-Bookkeeper-Dancing Club, Football Team, Track, Wrestling
Conrteaux, Helen- Nun-Knitting Club
Dawson, Willis-15,5 iciency Experl in Commercial Baking'-Camera Club
DeFelice, Alfredsfludilor-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Derby, Ruth-Secrelary-Dancing Club
Diver, Beatrice-A ir Hostess-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Dobosiewicz, Leo-Mitlionaz're-Dancing Club
Donihi, Evelyn-Interior Decorator-Commercial Club, Girl Reserves
Driesel, Geraldine- Hostess on a Cruiser-Charm Club, Girl Reserves
Douglas, Kenneth-Aeronautic DesignerfAthletic Club, Track Team
Elmer, Howard-Building Contractor-'Rifle Club
Emery, George-Printer-Dancing Club, Science Club
Epp, Mildred-Private SecretaryACollege Club, Girl Reserves, National Honor Society
Heller, Eva-Private Secretary-Red Cross, Commercial Club
Fuhrman, Arthur+0rchestra Leader-Rod and Gun Club, Band
Gathers, Romayne-Private Secretary-International Club, Girl Reserves, Academe Staff,
National Honor Society, Class Play Cast
Gigliotti, Constance-Private Secretary-Beauty Culture Club
Goss, Elmerdeen-Typist-Charm Club, Girl Reserves
Greenwald, Marjorie-Private Secretary-Camera Club, Drum and Bugle Corps
Fromknecht, Winifred-Stenographer-Hobby Club ,
Hertner, Betty-Private Secretary-College Club, Girl Reserves
Hill, Sterlingffllzerriist-Rod and Gun Club
Hinkler, Lawrence-Forest Hanger-Rod and Gun Club, Student Council
Hirsch, Bettie Lou-Professional Ice Skater-Camera Club, Drum and Bugle Corps
Holtz, Lillian-Civil Service Position-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Hood, Jack-Commercial Artist-Art Club, Academe Staff, National Honor Society
Hornyak, Irene-Slenographer-Charm Club, Girl Reserves
Hull, Merle-Opera Singer-Dancing Club. Table Tennis, Academy Singers, Orchestra, Glee Club
Hunt, MarciaeTetephone OperatorYArchery Club, Girls' Chorus
Irwin, Robert-Designer-Engineering Club, Hi-Y
Johnson, Evelyn-Stenographer-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Johnson, Roy-Captain Qt' a Great Lakes Boat-Athletic Club
Kimmy, Norma-Private Secretary-Theatrical Make-Up Club, Girl Reserves, Academy Singers,
Girls, Athletic Association, Girls' Chorus
Knepper, James-A if-plane Pilot and Meclzanic-Airplane Club
Kuerner, Harriet-A ir Hostess-National Honor Society, Cosmopolitan Club
Larson, Robert-Archaeologist-Chess Club
Lefaiver, Elliott-Certi fied Public Accountant-Table Tennis Club, Cheer Leader
Levine, Helen-Foreign Correspondent for Newspaper-International Club, Senior Orchestra,
Lichtenwalter, Robert-MachinistfGoll' Club
Loesch, Helen-Secretary to Government Official-Bridge Club, Drum and Bugle Corps
Loper, DOH-EHgl.IZ6CFiTPHHlS, Academe Staff. National Honor Society
NIacNlurdy, Williani- U. S. Naval Academy-Fencing Club, Academe Staff, Class Play Cast
Jlaeder, Virginia-fVl1Ls1fci11nf-College Club. Girl Reserves, Academy Singers, National Honor
Malalesla, Tark-Commercial Sign Painter-lCngineering Club
Nurquardt, Walter-Surlvcyor-Athletic Club
Matlock, Etllel-Zllodel-Beauty Culture Club
bleAndrew, John-Certified Public Accozmlmzl-Rifle Club
McDowell, Malcolm-Government F oresler-Hi-Y
Melzer, Gertrude-BookkeeperfCharm Club, Girl Reserves
Mensinger, Jack-TeachergNational Honor Society, Science Club, Student Senate
Morrison, Emma-Illissionary Nurse-Theatrical Make-Up Club
Motherwell, Betty-Teacher-Theatrical Make-Up Club
lilyers, Lillian-Slenographer-Charm Club
Neff, Dean-Actor-Motion Picture Club, Twelfth Night Cast, Class Play Cast
Nelson, Eleanor-Buyerfor Dress Shop-Academe Staff
O'Brien, Dorothy-Nlusic TeacherARifle Club, Academy Singers
0'Briei1, Edward-Engineer-Rod and Gun Club, Academy Singers, Glee Club, Swimming Team
Palmquist, Vivienne-Primle Secretary-Fencing Club
Pircio, Leroy-Drqflsman-Art Club
Plotkin, Ruth-Slerwyrapher-International Club, Girl Reserves, Red Cross
Raymond, Madeline-Compfometer Operalorkliifle Club
Ross, VirginiaiSfen0grapher-Girl Reserves
Rubin, Bel:tiegBuyerfor Dress and Shoe Slmp-K nitting Club, Girl Reserves
Ruf, llaymondifllaclzinisl-Dancing Club
Rzodkicwiez, Eleanor-Private Secretary-Research Club, Star Staff
Salzman, Margaret-Nurse-Rifle Club, Girls' Athletic Association, Girls, Chorus, Twelfth
Sawiek, Emily-Business Career+Girls' Athletic Association, Drum and Bugle Corps, Girl
Reserves, Rifle Club
Schneider, Dorothy-SecreiaryfMusic Club
Seehrist, Richard-fWf1rin,eEngineer-Safe Drivers' Club
Scrufini, Virginia- Nurse-Dancing Club
Shay, Robert-Physical I nslruclor-Football Team, Basketball Team
Shcrly, James-Morlician-Dancing Club
Shipman, Jeanne-Singer-College Club, Girl Reserves. Academy Singers, Prom Committee,
Class Play Cast, Twelfth Night Cast
Siegel, Dolores-Private Secretary-Cinema Club, Girl Reserves
Smith, Eugene-Bookkeeper-Hi-Y, Engineering Club
Smith, Myrna-Department Slore Buyer-Theatrical Make-Up Club, Girl Reserves, National
Snow, Elsic-Secrelary-International Club
Soth, Donald-Farmer-Nature Study Club
Suplnick, Frances-Secretary-Charm Club, National Honor Society
Spulnick, Dorothy-Slenographer-Charm Club, National Honor Society
Stahlgren, Leila-Piano Teacher-Charm Club, Girl Reserves, Drum Majoress of Band
Stein, Gloria-Teacher-Girl Reserves, Leadership Club, Student Senate, National Honor Society
Straub, Elsic-Sfenographer-Dancing Club
Swanson, Robert-Eleclro-chemist-Engineering Club
Swartz, Frank-Archae0l0gisiiRiile Club, Track '
Swinarsky, Janeeliookkeeper-Research Club, Girl Reserves
Torrance, Bert-Auditor-Athletic Club, Track Team, Basketball Team
Truex, Genevieve-Stenographer-Music Club .
Urich, John-AeronauticalEngineer-Leadership Club, National Honor Society, Football, Track
Van Guelpen, Ernest-Commercial Phoiograplzer-Leadership Club, Academy Singers, Basket-
ball Team, Glee Club
Weinhcimer, Donna Mae-Operalic Dancer-Leadership Club. Girl Reserves, Academe Staff
Wheeler, William-SuccesssDancing Club, Football Team, Track Team
Whitney, RichardSBusinessman-Nature Study Club
Wiler, Caroline-Private Secreiary-Rifle Club, Girl Reserves
Wilson, ,IackfDoclor-Leadership Club
Winters, MarjorieSSeamsiress-Novelty Sewing Club
Wright, Elizabeth-Costume Designer-Art Club, Academe Staff, National Honor Society
Wright, Glenn-Mechanical Engineer-Engineering Club
Yarbenet, Michael-Civil Engineer-Star Stalli, Leadership Club, Student Senate President,
National Honor Society
Zeeh, Robert-Physical I nslructor-Wrestling Team, Football Team
Zciner, Fred-Bookkeeper-Safe Drivers' Club, Hi-Y
Zimmerman, Steve-Bookkeeper-Dancing Club
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John Alberstadt - President
Constance Gehrlein - - Vice President
Mary Kloecker - Secretary
Dale Lindberg - Treasurer
John Alberstadt - Presidemf
John Petre e Vice President
Mary Yoohinl - Secreiary
Dale Lindberg , Treasurer
N irzely-s ir
M112 0l'I'lI'l'l,el'lCel'l'lel'li .S?0eCl,LOI"5
Twen tie th Anniversary of the Founding of Academy
June Burkett ,
Opal Dalin ,
S I nrocalion
S Address of Welcome
- Need of A New School
Comparison of New wifh Old
The New School
S Second Decade
., Nloving In
Abel, Jess-Corporalion Lawyer-Leadership Club, Glee Club, Hi-Y
Ackerman, Mary Jane-Teacher-Knitting Club, Girl Reserves
Alherstadt, JohneTeacl1,er-Cosmopolitan Club, National Honor Society, Class President
Amon, John-BusinessmaneSafe Drivers' Club
Anderson, Harry-Businessman-Rod and Gun Club, Glee Club
Andrae, llelen-Secrelury-Research Club, Girl Reserves, Prom Committee
Andrzejewski, Florence-Privale Secrelary-Knitting Club, Girl Reserves
Auer, Myrtle-Designer-Senior Dramaties Club
Baginski, Francis-Avialor-Archery Club
Baierski, Arlene-Commercial Photographer-Art Club, Star Stall, Academe Stall'
Ball, llIarjorie-Slenographer-Dramaties Club, Girl Reserves
Ballard, Bettie-Artis!-Dramaties Club, Girl Reserves
Baller, Annevrgecrelary-Dramatics Club
Banka, Blary-Physical Educalion Teacher-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
Barnes, Evelyn-Beaulician-Knitting Club, Girl Reserves
Barthelmes, Harold-Businessmun-Sal'e Drivers' Club, Band
Bayhursl, Edna-Cerlified Public Accounlamf-Make-Up Club
Bebell, Clinton-Adrenlurer-Fencing Club
Becker, Fredelnlernalional Inlerpreier-International Club. National Honor Society
Bellucei, AnneeSecrelary-Commercial Club
Bellueei, Louise-Sienoyraplzer-Commercial Club, Academe Stall'. Girls' Chorus
Beresford, Shirleyffflerk-'Archery Club. Girls' Chorus
Berg, David-Civil Engineer-Senior Airplane Club
Biers, Gladys-Clerk-Knitting Club, Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus
Boldt, Arthur-Engineer-Sale Drivers' Club
Bovaird, Jean-:Wusician-Make-Up Club. Girl Reserves, Drum Corps. National Honor Society
Bowman, Anna 1lae-Sienographer-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
Boyd, Ruth- Nurse-Knitting Club
Breault, Eunice-Aclress-Make-Up Club, Girl Reserves
Brew, Nladelon-Sz'nger-Draulatios Club. Girl Reserves, Girls' Athletic: Association
Brockway, Harvey-.flccmmlanl-Rod and Gun Club
Brooke, Helen-Organisl-Senior Camera Club. Braille Club
Brooke, Robert-Ice-mlm-Hunting and Fishing Club, Swimming
Brolherson, Lynn-Aeronaulical Engineer-Chess Club, Swimming
Brutcher, Ilenevieve-Secreiary-Camera Club
Burke, Edwin-AeronauiicalEngineer-Table Tennis Club
Burkett, June-Social Service Worker-College Club, National Honor Society, Girl llesi-rves,
Academe Staff, Library Staff
Bushyeager, NIargaret-Traveler-Knitting Club, Student Senate
Butterfield, John-AerorzaulzfczzlEngineer-Senior Airplane Club. Choir
Caechione, Menga-Privale Secretary-Research Club
Cady, Mary Jan4fTraveZer-Cosmopolitan Club
Cantor, Allen-Private Secretary-Knitting Club
Carle, Frances-Author-Charm Club
Carlton, Paul-Businessrnan-Science Club, Choir, Academe Stall'
Carner, Gladys-Dress Model-Charm Club
Carneval, Josephine-Sienographer-Charm Club
Chambers, DeloresgPrQfessional Model-Fencing Club, Senior Orchestra
Christie, J ack-Success
Christensen, Robert-Mechanical Engineer-Table Tennis Club, Hi-Y
Christoph, Charles-Engineer-Swimming Club, Football
Cichetti, Theresa- Nurse-Dramatics Club, Choir
Clark, Francis-Commercial Pilot-Senior Etiquette Club, Band
Clark, ,lack-Chemisl-Rod and Gun Club
Cohen, Lymon-Fruit Specialist-Safe Drivers' Club, Band
Comstock, ,lean-Businesswoman-Commercial Club. Girl Reserves
Condon, Mary Alice-Commercial Artist
Conklin, Richard-A irmail Pilot-Safe Drivers' Club
Conover, Kathleen-Missionary-Drarnatics Club
Conti, Joseph-Engineer-Etiquette Club
Cook, John-Zlflechanical Engineer'--Etiquette Club
Corvino, llIarie-Sienographer--Etiquette Club
Cristallino, Albertgfladio Singer-Make-Up Club
Crocker, Marion-Secretary-Cosmopolitan Club
Dahn, Opal Rita-Lawyer-Research Club, National Honor Society, Academe Stall, Student
Dash, Arlene- Nurse-Charm Club, Girl Reserves
Devitt, Dorothy4Beaulician-Camera Club
Dieter, Phyllis-Success-Personality Club, Choir, Girl Reserves
One hundred lhree
Dobosiewiez, Sophia-Career-Science Club
Doehrel, Shirley-Prizvale Secrelary-Research Club
llressler, Lavina-Deparlmenl Slore Buyer-Fencing Club, Girl Reserves
Drexler, Doris-Coslume Designerslinitting Club, Girl Reserves
lluberow, Rita- Nozvelly Wriler-Dramatics Club, Girl Reserves, Academe Stall'
Dudenhoefer, Rita-Private Secre!urySArehery Club, Girl Reserves
Duke, Nell-Slenographer-Research Club, Girl ,Reserves
Eller, Robert-Cerlzfied Public Accountant-Safe Drivers' Club
Ernst, EvangelineiSlenographer-Archery Club
Ester, llarian-Enjoy Life-Charm Club
Fabsits, Madeline-Success-Archery Club
Ferretti, Lena-Telephone Operalor-Bridge Club
Fields, Geraldine-Secrelary-Commereial Club, Senior Orchestra
Final, James-Prqlessional Football Player-Model Building Club, Choir, Glee Club, Wrestling
Flanagan, IIargaret-Success-Beauty Culture Club
Folmer, Burl-MechanicalEngineer-Press Club
Fourspring, Nealvfjerlified Public Accounlanl-Rod and Gun Club
Fowler, Fae-Slenographer-Commercial Club
Francisco, Jamesefferlijied Public Accountant-International Club, Band
Franzkoski, Dorisf-SlenographergArchery Club, Girl Reserves
Fuller, Lloyd-Aulmnobile Deslqner-Etiquette Club
Furber, Kennethf-Engineer-Rod and Gun Club
Gehrlein, ConsIanee-Success-Personality Club. Choir. Girl Reserves
Gensheimer, Jack- Doclor-Dancing Club, Choir, Academe Stall'
enlile, lVlary Jane-Presirlenlis Privale Secrefary-Rriclgre Club, Choir
George, LisaWBusinesswoman-Sewing Club
illette, Roherl,-Engineer-Chess Club
raham, Harold- Newspaperman,-Chess Club
Granahan, Eileen--College-College Club, Girls' Chorus, Star Stall, Girl Reserves
'ranahan, Thomas-Manager QI' Commercial FirmiChess Club
Green, Robert-Boa! Designer-Make-Up Club
Greenbeck, Bertha-Sienograplzer-Commercial Club
Griffith, Sybil-Vocalion-Dramatics Club, Girl Reserves, Star Staff, Tri-Hi. Prom Committee
Gross, DorothygSecrelary-Charm Club, Girl Reserves
Gross, Jean- Nurse-Charm Club, Girls' Chorus
Gross, Lucille-Secretary-Archery Club
Haas, R'larjorie-Szurcess-Personality Club, Academe Stall, Girl Reserves
Haibaeh, Belly Jane-Success-Archery Club, Drum Corps, Girl Reserves
Hall GaevS0cial Service-Personality Club, Academe Staff, Girl Reserves
Hall, Nathan-Certijied Public Accountant-Tennis Club, Glee Club
Hanke, Gertrude-Sienographer-Novelty Sewing Club
Harman, liuthSSlenograplzer-Beauty Culture Club
Hartel, Charles-EngineersChess Club, Choir, Academe Stall
Hartman, ,Iohn-Professional Catcher-Archery Club
Hatch, Diana-Accountant-Novelty Sewing Club
Hathaway, Donald-Aulhor and Poe!-Nature Club
Hawes, Janet- Nurse-Dramatics Club
Hazen, Mildred-Privale Secrelary-Research Club
Heberle, John-Crooner-lVlalie-Up Club
Heid, Fred-Bookkeeper-Make-Up Club
Heintz, MarthaASocial WorkerfLeadership Club. Drum Corps
Herbst, Riehardvllpera Singer-Stamp Club, Hi-Y. Choir
Hess, Virginia-Bookkeeper-Dramatics Club
Hetzel, Berdina-Bookkeeper-K nitting Club
Hetzel, John-Skilled Laborer at G. E.-Science Club
Hilderhrand, Dorothy-YEnglish Teacher-Book Club, Library Stall'
Hirsch, Shirley Mae-Department Store Buyer-Etiquette Club, Academe Staff, Drum Corps
Hixson, Ruth-Success+ELiq11ette Club
Hoadley, Rlax-Salesman-lVlake-Up Club, Choir
Hocking, Betty ,Iane-SlenographerSBeauty Culture Club
Holler, Albert-Organic Chemist-Science Club
Holler, Virginia-.flcrozmlanl-Bridge Club
Hopson, Robert-Conunercial Advertiser-Art Club
Hower, Ilelen-Traveler-lnternational Club, College Club, National Honor Society, Choir,
Hubbard, DorothyYSlen0grapher-Novelty Sewing Club, Choir. Girl Reserves
Hubbard, Ruth--Beau!icianfNovelty Sewing Club. Choir, Girl Reserves
Hugger, ,Iune-Teacher-Novelty Sewing Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Girls' Chorus
Imus, Eloise-Ifeporler-Fencing Club, Drum Corps
Um' lllllll!'l'l'1l jour
Une lzzmdred five
Irvin, Ruth-See Year 2000-Etiquette Club
Issue, Herman-lfo0kkeeper-International Club, Track
Jagemann, Betty Jane-Slerzographer
,Iernstrmn Raul-Success-l-cadership Club. Track
Johnson. l'lI'llBSIYBUSIDIIPSSIIZIIII.-'SHlil? Drivcrs' Club
Johnson, 11lennfSleuographerfArchcry Club, Drum Corps
Jones, llarjorie-COIlegewArchcry Club. Drum Corps
Kalmsinski, John-Cerlified Public Accounlanl-Ping Pong: Club, Track
Kelley, Janies-Professional Vagabond-Swimming Club, Hi-Y
Kendall, Adeline-A1'1'11lriIfFencing Club
Kennedy, jean BlarieAPrivale Secrelary-Dramatics Club
Kennerknecht, Anna-Prirale Secretary-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
Kennerkneeht, Mary-Bookkeeper-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
Kirsehner, Donald-Sailor-Camera Club. Academc Stall'
Klapthor, Florence-Teuclzer-Research Club
Kloeeker, Mary Kathryn-TeacherfMake-Up Club, Choir
Knoll, Dorothy-Privale Secretary-Commercial Club, National Honor Society, Academe Stall
Knoll, Robert-MechanicalEngineer-Tennis Club, Student Service. Movie Machine Operator
Koen, George-Diesel EngineerfSwimming Club. National Honor Society
Koenig, Pearl- llousekeeper-Beauty Culturc Club. Girls' Chorus
Kolakowski, Harriet-Slenograplzer--llesearch Club
Kosiorek, Ilenevieve-Slenogruplzerflfencirlg Club. Girl Reserves
Krainski, Irene-SlerwyrupherfHesearch Club
Kranz, Deloresf Nurse
Kuerner, Lynettef1Vurse+B1'a11ty Culture Club, Drum Corps
Kuligowski, W3ll0Fffl!1lIlIIlBVCliUI Arlisl-fArt Club
Ku rtis, Dorothy-Secrefary-Cornmcrcial Club. Academe Staff
Lacy, Ruth-Good Posilion-Bridge Club. Cirl Reserves
Lanmcehiu, Xladelinc--f'7'ra1'eler-Senior Music Club
Lamb, Hurry--Wes! Poinl-lntcrnational Club
Lamb, L0WlS'fCt1lI.IEH!liIL88f7lll1I1LlIlg and Fishing Club
Lassman, Nlerdze-Sfenograpller7Bcauty Culture Club
Lee, Evelyn-Private Secreiary-Beauty Culture Club
Levy, Nlella-Helail Buyer-Beauty Culture Club, Drum Corps
One hundred seven
Liebel, Frank-Aeronaulics-Personality Club, Football, Basketball
Lindberg, Dale-Lawyer-Make-Up Club, Academe Staff, Class Treasurer, Tennis
Lyneh, ,IohngLeader Ql'Big Band-Chess Club
Nlaclnnes, Robert-Cerlified Public Accounlanl-Art Club, Choir
Mackintosh, Edith- Nurse-Beauty Culture Club
Mackle, George-Army or Navy-Swimming Club
MaeKrell, Thomas-Movie Actor-Make-Up Club
Madia, Henrietta-Teacher-College Club, lied Cross
Malmherg, F lorence-See the World-Bridge Club, Girl Reserves
Maloney, Thon1asSArlisl-Art Club
Mancusco, Virginia-Traveler-International Club, lied Cross, Acad
Marchini, Benny-Businessmanslntod and Gun Club
Mariani, Elvira-Meet Problems ofLife+Commereial Club
lvlarther, Lillian-Traveler-Knitting Club
Matlock, James-Business Success-Etiquette Club
Matteson, Marguerite-A ir Ilostess-Science Club, Girl Reserves
Mattiers, Harriet-Success-Beauty Culture Club
McClenathan, Robert-EleclricalEngineer-Swimming Club, Hi-Y
lllcllannel, Wesley-Cllzernis!-Cosmopolitan Club, Hi-Y, Star Stall'
McDonald, Mary Jean-SingerwKnitting Club, Choir
McFadden, Frank-Businessman-Camera Club, A'Twelfth Night"
McGraw, Mary Jane-Dress Designer-Archery Club, Girl Reserves
M eister, Norbert-Easy Living
Mientkiewicz, Frances-Graduate-College Club
Miesel, Ruth-DeleclivewCosmopolitan Club
Miller, June Marie-Traveler-Hostess Club
Miller, Lucille-Traveler-Hostess Club, Girls' Chorus
Miller, Rita-SuccessfCamera Club, Girl Reserves
Monk, Logan-Businessman-Swimming Club
Morton, Evelyn- Housewife-Dramatics Club, Girl Reserves
Mullen, John-College PresidenlSGoll' Club, Hi-Y, Prom Comrnittee, Golf
Musolf, Jamesglnlboralory Technician-Camera Club, Choir, Hi-Y
Muth, Lloyd-Poslal Service-Golf Club, Choir, Glee Club
Nash, ,Ianet-Secrelary+Novelty Sewing Club
Nick, Myrtle? Nurse-Camera Club
One hundred eighl
One hundred nine
Nordin, Elmcrflllusician-International Club, National Honor Society, Band
Olds, Betty-Dress DesignerwMake-Up Club
Olszewski, Leo-fllachinesl-Swimming Club
O'Shea, BettywllflarriedsPersonality Club, Girl Reserves
Osterberg, Narian+Secrelary-Drum Corps
Owen, Betty Ann-Attend Dramatic School-Dramaties Club, Girl Reserves
l'clrc, Johnglfngineerglnternational Club, National Honor Society, Vice President ol' Class
Pfadt, Elaine-Businesswoman-Archery Club
Pfeffer, Jean-A ir Hostess
Pillitteri, Armand-Success-Camera Club, Aeademe Stall, Prom Committee
Platt., Alvin-Traveler-Archery Club, Choir, Clee Club
Post, GladysQPl1ysical EdllCQ1i0H Teacher-Archery Club
Process, Esther Ruth-Professional Ska1'erfCamera Club
Proser, Jean-Dzfelician-lnternational Club. Red Cross
Rainbow, Hazel- Nurse-Etiquette Club
Ray, Douglas-Barber-International Club
Raymond, ,Iack+Tra1reler-Rod and Gun Club, Glee Club
Redmond, Harry-Busz'ne.s'smangCosmopolitan Club
Reichert, FlorencefSferwgrapher-Camera Club
Reisenweber, Leo-Mechanic-Airplane Club
Renlja, Frank-Businessrnan-Swirnming.: Club, Swimming Team
Rellger, ,Ioseph-Success-Personality Club. Football
Riddle, Yvonne-Sflerlifierl Public Accozuzlanl-Researeh Club
Robertson, Irene-Accounlanl-Commereial Club, Senior Orchestra
Rodgers, ReynoldswSchool Teacher-Swimming Club
Ropelewski, Frank-Contractor-Personality Club, Football
Rose, Evelyn-Traveling SecretarywCommereial Club
Rose., W'ilbur+Arlisf-Cosmopolitan Club
Rosenthal, Wilbur-Commercial Arlisl-Art Club, Star, Academe Staff
Roskoski, Leoeadia-Beaulician-Beauty Culture Club
Rothrock, llliltonsfloverrzllzerzl PosilioniArehery Club
Runser, Eugene-AulhorgCosmopolitan Club
Ruseitto, ,Iulio-Businessnzan-Boatbuilding Club
Russo, Dominick-Musician-Wrestling, "Twelfth Night"
Ryan, Donald-Certified Public Accounlamf-Personality Club
Une hundred eleven
Ryan, VirgilAW0rk ou llze lfailroadmArchery Club
Sacger, Anna D136-B6!llLiiCiflHmRCSGBI'Ch Club
Saucrs, Edward-!VIechan,ic11l Engineer-Ping Pong Club
Sawtcllc, Robert-Accouulurzl-Ping Pong Club
Sehaaf, Richard-Temiis Clrunzpion-lVlaku-Up Club
Scheffer, Raymond-Accounlanl--Stamp Club
Seheppner, Jack-Professional Golfer-Golf Club, Stage Crew
Schitea, Victuria+C0mpanion Secrelur'yfCornmercial Club. National Honor Society
Schlaudeckcr, Robert-Drafisman-Nature Club
Schneider, Charles-Commercial Artist-Ping Pong Club
Schrncek, Kenneth-Certified Public Accouulunl
Schroeder, Max-Lawyer-Cosmopolitan Club. National Honor Society
Schulz, Emil-Leader Qf Cancer! Band-Stamp Club, Band
Schweitzer, Betty Jane-Traveling Secrelary-Dramatics Club, Girl Reserves, National Ilonor
Sedler, Harry-Tool and Dye Maker-Engineering Club
Scigler, Thelma-Privale Secretary-Knitting Club
Servideu, Naz-Lawyer-Personality Club, Basketball, Football
Shade, Ralph-SingerfLeadership Club, Hi-Y
Shalkham, Charles-Railroad Engineer-Social Usage Club
Shapiro, Marvin-Sports Arzrzozzncerfldod and Gun Club, Baseball, Hi-Y Prom Committee
Sheldon, Orris-Physical Education Inslruclor-llod and Gun Club, Wrestling, Football
Sheptow, Bernard-Businessman-Ping Pong Club
Siegel, ,Iack-Engineer-Pursonality Club
Sittinger, lilildred- Nurse--Etiqllette Club
Skelly, William--Railway Mail Clerk-Leadership Club, Hi-Y
Slomski, lilargaretf Nurse
Smeltzer, MargaretfClerk--Make-Up Club
Smith, Delores-SecrelarywResearch Club
Smith, KathrynfTravelerfResearch Club
Smith, NIyrtle-Secrelury-Personality Club
Smith, Robert-Success-Safe Drivers' Club, Hand, Glee Club
Smith, Vincent-Get a Lol Ou! QfLi-fe-Science Club, National Honor Society, Choir, Chess Club
Snyder, Yvonne-Artis!-Art Club
Soloway, Fred-Chemis!-International Club
Spcro, Dona1d4Business Success-Stamp Club, Academe Staff
Une hundred lwelwz
Une I1 umlrerl H1 irlecn
Um: hundred fourleen
Stanger, Ruth-Traveler-Archery Club
Stein, Raymond-Commercial Pilot-Leadership Club, Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Academe
Steward, Harley-Soldier of Forlune
Stoddart, Gerry-Cowgirl-Camera Club
Stoltz, Robert-Business Ereculire-lnternational Club, Hi-Y, Glee Club
Straub, Cecelia-Take Singing Lessons-Commercial Club
Strick, William-Certified Public Accountant-Personality Club
Strohmcyer, William-Engineer-Ping Pong Club
Strong, James-Businessman-Academy Singers
Stubenhofer, Robert- Newspaper Reporier-Ping Pong Club
Seusser, Alene-Success-Beauty Culture Club
Sullivan, John-ChemicalEngineer-Chess Club, Band
Sullivan, Neal-Engineer-Leadership Club, Hi-Y, Library Stall, Academe Stall'
Sullivan, Thomas-Admiral-Safe Drivers' Club, National Honor Society, President of
Swanson, Edwin-Radio Announcer-International Club, National Honor Society
Swanson, Gloria- Nurse-Personality Club, Girl Reserves
Sweeney, Mabel-Welfare Work-Research Club
Szczepanski, Bernard-Railroad Engineer-Rod and Gun Club, Band
Szyplik, Dorothy-Teacher-College Club, National Honor Society
Tansey, Kathryn-Dietician-Archery Club, National Honor Society, College Club, Academe
Stall, Girl Reserves
Tellers, Antoinette-Sienographer-Personality Club
Thomas, Fred-Government Accounianl-Social Usage Club
Thompson, Lloyd-President of G. E.-lnternational Club, National Honor Society, Glee Club,
Thompson, Ruth-Traveler-Make-Up Club
Thornton, Virtua-Clerk-Make-Up Club. Girl Reserves
Tryzhiak, Stanley-Commercial Arlisl-Rod and Gun Club, Academe Staff, Track
Valenzuela, Jessie-Dress Designer-Beauty Culture Club
Verdeccia, William-Denfisi-Blake-Up Club
Vicos, Cleopatra-Success-Camera Club, Girls' Athletic Association
Vivian, Caroline- Nurse-Cinema Club
Von, Clarence-Nlusician-Archery Club, Senior Orchestra, Band
Walter-, Arlene- Nurse---Dramatics Club, Academe Stall'
Watkins, Robert-IVIusiciun-Music Club, Band
Watsoxi, Betty-Private Secreiary-Beauty Culture Club, Academe Stall'
Weber, James-Sporis Heporier-Ping Pong Club
One hundred ffieen
Weber, lVlargaret-Siewardess-Beauty Culture Club
Welz, May-Good Dressmaker-Novelty Sewing Club
W'harfT, Henry-Zkleclzanical Engineer-Hi-Y
Whipple, R0hertfDoc!or-Make-Up Club, Academe Stall'
White, June-Slewardess-Charm Club
Wiley, Davide-Businessman-Personality Club, Football, Basketball, Track
Winarksi, Frances-Private Secrelary-Personality Club
Wojecki, Chester+Teaclzer+Personality Club, Football, VVrestling, Prom Committee
Wolff, Virginia- Nurse-Book Club
Worlc, William-Min,ister-Chess Club, National Honor Society, Star Staff, Tennis
Wright, Bette-Slenographer-Knitting Club
Wuenschel, Robert-Officer in U. S. Army-Stagecraft Club, Stage Crew
Yaple, ltIarian-Sienographer+Personality Club
Yates, Edward- Novelist-International Club, Academe Staff, "Twelfth Night"
Yochim, Lois-Stenographer-Research Club
Yochim, Mary-Secretary-Cosmopolitan Club, Academe Staff, Secretary of Class,
Yochim, Robert-Commercial Illustraior-Art Club, Academe Stalf
Zehner, ,leanneSSecrelary-Dramatics Club
Zielinski, Peter-Prqfessional Baseball Player-Personality Club, Student Senate
Zoltoski, J oseph-Mailman-Etiquette Club, Usher
Une lzrmdred sifleen
Une lzzuulred serenieen,
"There is a history in all menis livesf'
Once upon a time, we, the members of the Senior class of '39
took our first step down the long vista of learning. With our young
friends and playmates, we may have begun our first day of school
hesitantly, eagerly, or perhaps only after pressing persuasion on the
part of our parents. But the toys, stories, and songs that comprised
kindergarten appealed to us and our little friends, and helped us in
our association with others so that we were prepared for the tablets
and primers of the first grade-the initial step in our regular school
School to us, as beginners, meant any number of fascinating
things-Halloween parties, ice-cream Santa Clauses, Valentine boxes,
May Days, paper Easter baskets, and fruit showers, besides the
exciting process of learning to read and write. But, in the later
years of grade school, we tired of the routine of marching to classes,
silence in the halls, daily recesses, and infrequent assemblies, and
began to look forward eagerly to the red-letter day when we would
enter Junior High School.
The greatest delights of Junior High School life were buying our
own lunches in the cafeteria, and using a comfortable and quiet
library to improve our study habits as well as to gratify personal
enjoyment. Every class and organization in the school gave a skating
party at one time or another, and everybody went-skating parties
were quite the thing, and a huge success. But the crowning event
of those three years was the Prom! A first formal-a new suit, and
a date, too! We surely must be growing up!-at least we thought so
until we entered Academy.
One hundred ezqhleen
We were at first amazed by the immense building, and the
teeming numbers of students and the mad rush in the halls when
the bell rang. But we were soon able to find our way around the
school, and then life in this wonderful place became extremely
interesting. Arranging our own schedules was baffling at first but
it gave us a grand feeling of importance. The great variety of
subjects offered and the new unit system of teaching made study
more interesting. And at last! we had been given the privilege of
attending and taking part in interesting assemblies and spirited
rallies. We were thrilled at seeing our own classmates and friends
play in city series athletic games. As students in Senior High School,
we were urged to participate in class and club activities.
During our senior year, our class was organized, and due to the
whole-hearted cooperation of its members, the success of all our
activities was assured-skating parties, get-acquainted parties,
banquet dances, and promswall marked the end of' a valuable and
But for most ol' us, it wasu't until our Graduation exercises
that we realized the significance of those twelve years. To thc last
strains ol' "The Blue and G-old,,' we regretfully made our farewell
to all that had filled the best years of our lives.
With the hope of keeping always, graven here in these pages,
the Academy which the class of' 1939 has known, let us never cease
to remember the glorious heritage of' the past, yet return ever gladly
to the scenes of our high school years for memories we cherish which
can never, never change.
Une hundred nineteen
mlareden fa five
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Meats and Groceries
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Public Dry Cleaners
DuPont and Tri-Clene Process 1
Conkeys Grocery and lleat Market
1144 VVest 8th St.
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Janies Lonergan E
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Frolnkneehl and lleidecker Nlilk Co.
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Hartlelfs Ice Cream Bar
8th and Cranberry Sts.
Darling Flower Shoppe
Corsages and Cut Flowers ,
Holflnan for Bicycles
362 VVest Sth St.
The Lynch fl3IllCl'kl Shop
Camera and Photographie Supplies
Ladies Outfits 3
917 State Street 1
Richard H. Beyer
28 West 8th St.
Harry E. Mueller
The Key Man
J. A. Ubel
Pic-tures and Frames
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Kraus' Departnient Store 1
Linn's Beauty Salon
Thornas, Jewelry Store
Gifts for All Oeeasions
8 XX est 8th St.
Utmost in Dry Cleaning
Lawrence Cleaners and Dyers
-102 VVest 3rd St.
Chester Wi. Zerhe
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1527 WVcst 26th St.
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Govit. lnspeeled Sehalfner Meats and
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Flowers of Quality. Corsages. etc.
The Gertrude Driscoll Shop
VVomens Dresses, Hats, and Acfessories
2501 Peach St.
Mohler Baking Co., lne.
561 liast 18th St.
The Pussy Wvillrbws' Tea llooni
Clarcniont Nlillinery Shop
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"Ledger 45, Folio 137'
OT more than half a dozen words are needed for the
modern accountant to locate the state of any account on
his books. But imagine what the Cashier of the Bank
of England had to wrestle with when George Washirigtoii
was still a British subject. Notched twigs recorded thousands
of important financial transactions. A needle in a hay-stack
was little harder to locate than any particular twig in the
Vaults of the Bank of England.
Finally, these twigs became such a nuisance that they
were ordered burned, and the resultant blaze burned down
the Parliament buildings. Yet even that calamity was repaid
with a system of records among the most thorough in the
world. When the "Old Lady of Threadneedle Streety' was
able to replace sticks of wood with ledger paper, a new era
of book-keeping began.
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Faculty is State Certified
State at Eighth St.
22-644 T. D. KRUM, Pres. Res. 98-179
Heyl Physicians Supply Cn.
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416 State Street
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COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT
Official Photographers at East High School
LAUTERBACH BAKERY, Inc.
QUALITY BAKED GOODS
121 E. 21st Street
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Let us examine your eyes and fit
them with proper Glasses.
C. H . C O L L M A N
Optometrist and lVlanuI'acturing Opticiau
DSR. lt. ll. COLLMAN, Optometrist
Cor. 8th and Peach Streets
This booic is printed on
QXFORD BQOK PAPER
DAKA PAPER CC.
Distributors of High Grade Papers
321 State Street
Diannonds Established 1862 Watclues
Protect Your lllost
JEWl43LERS Valuable Possession'-
25 West 9th Street w v -
JEWELIW - SILVERW'Al'-E Your hyewslght
DR. R. VV . SHEPARD
Erie F. 'l'. D. Florists
Swanson Tool and Machine Corporation
Design and Manufacture of Punches and Dies
Special Tools, Fixtures and Machinery
810-812 East Eighth Street Phone 54--200
113 West 11th St.
30 Years of Helpful Eye Service in Erie
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Q ffliilr Teachers of Guitar, Banjo,
I ' 3 Piano-Accordion, Piano,g
, J Theory and Harmony
, 2 Written Guarantee
, to teach you to play
706 state st.
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Especially Selected Foods
Packed for Hotels,
Samples and Quotations Cheeigfully
-OFFICE AND WAREHOUSEF
N. Y. C. Sz St. L. R. R. and Wallace St.
Congratulations - Graduates
We wish you the best for your future-
May the rest oi your life be as
easy and happy as your
l-liqh School Clays.
1715 State St. - Phone 24-271
ERIE FORGE CO.
American Hollow Boring Co.
Hollow Bored Forgings
Office and Works:
19th and Raspberry Streets
Jacob I-laller Company
Almost Everything from Individual Sizes
to Gallon Cans for
BAKERS, HOTELS RESTAURANTS, CLUBS,
HOSPITALS, INSTITUTIONS CAMPS
P. O. Box 898
There is an ESSO Station in your neighborhood
Erie Owned - Erie Operaied
CRAIG OIL COMPA Y
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Plan Your Social Parties at
The Best of Bands at Popular Prices
Phones: 32-102 and 32-402
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TRASK, PRESCOTT 8. RICHARDSON CO.
Firsl Quality Merchandise
L. PRESS 39' CO.
1210-1216 State Street
Having selected your Major, the rest comes easy.
Our Major is Gift
Specialties, which A makes your select- I f '
tions easy 5- -Y -W-A
Buy Gifts and Lucy gl
Ellis Candy at
727 Peach St.
LEU SIJHLAUUECKEH UU.
25 E. 8th Street
INSUHANCE OF ALL KINDS
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Erie's Foremost Clothiers
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10th and Peach Streets
E R I E
The Ballroom offers facilities for Technical School Center
QY. M. C. AJ
O EVENING COURSES
LOW TUITION FEES O
Business Administration Cin-
cluding Accountancyj , Electrical
and Dlechanical Engineering.
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CARD PARTIES J. II. KIRK, Extension Representative
4-04 Ariel Bldg., Erie C22-6463
F i f leen
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1850-1939 laurel Ziaill Qllemeterp
Style Headquarters lim.
for Young Men
- Featuring 4
ff FASHION PARK CLOTHES
1' ARROW SHIRTS
W STETSON HATS
" FREEMAN SHOES
On the Grubb Road
COne mile south of Ridge Hoadj
A. E. AXTELL
Cleaners and Dyers
,, REVERE SWEATERS 111 West Eleventh Street Erie, Pa.
H ALPACUNA cofxrs Phone 224,11
Disiincl ive Jewelry
Perfect f Dependable
I A C K E R 8 N Diamonds Watches
DIAMONDS W CLOCKSR
State Street at Seventh WATCHES SILVER
24 West 10th Street
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WEST RIDGE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Complimen ls of
THE STANDARD STUKER COMPANY, INC.
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Established 1852 Incorporated l89T
JARECKI MFG. CO.
Pipe Fittings Valves and Cocks Pipe Threading Machines
Compressor Governors Pipe Vises
Oil, Cas and Vl'aler Wlell Supplies
Pipe Cut and Threaded lo Order
Franlf Sclwautnle Studios
113 West 10th Sf.
"Across from the limes"
KODAKS Phone 24-268 MOVIES
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918 Peach St.
SHOES BY I. MILIJCIR
Compliments Oi '
I o r d cl 1"l.,S
830 State Street '77
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Ea ii Phone 23-666
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000 is the password
of the McCarty Printing Co., Inc. It
is so ingrained in the minds of every
one of our employees that as far as
the element of time is concerned,
SERVICE goes with every job, with or
without the asking. But there is still
more to McCarty SERVICE than the
delivery of the job. We also insist
there must be a quality standard. To
rush work through to meet a cus-
tomer's demand . . . at a sacrifice of
quality . . . is not SERVICE, hence the
MODERN TYPE FACES
FAST PRESS EQUIPMENT
COMPLETE BINDERY SERVICE
ME 246 EAST SEVENTH STREET
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An Open Letter-H
To the lQ59 Graduates
of Erie High Schools
Hello Seniors L
You've heard tell that a journey of a thousand miles
begins with one step -- your graduation from High
School is that first longvstride toward where youlre
As one of the younger industries in Erie we have grown
up almost to the day with you. We started business
in Erie just about the time you started to school. So,
in your lifetime and our's, we have a lot in common.
We hope you agree with us in thinking that Erie is a
grand place in which to go to school, to live, and to'
work. And as you grow to become the men and women who
represent Erie Citizenship, we hope we will grow with
you to take our place in Erie's industrial background,
and to make you even more proud of your home town.
You will find that your future in many ways will depend
upon industry --- lndustry depends upon Youth. Erie '
'Ne wish you well in whatever you undertake.
f ' '
President 'vice President
EELS l4'CB'TER SYSTEMS, lNC.
And the whole Erie Meter
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