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Heretofore the policy of the Academe has been to present the
school formally in "best dress", this year we will endeavor to portray
the life of Academy as it really is: informal, hard-working, hard-
playing, artistically modern. We shall achieve this by new, informal
arrangementsg by the use of color-never before attemptedg by still-
life photographs in the third dimensiong and by reducing the editorial
material to a minimum. We feel that this edition is the acme of
modernity: we offer it to you, the reader, confident of your approval
We have lost a true friend. Lost? Yes, but only in the physical sense of the word,
because the things that "Darby" did, and what he stood for, cannot be stricken out or
forgotten merely by the passing of the man.
Mr. Mannix will always remain in the memories of those who knew him for his
character was of such that it will leave its imprint in our school long after this book
has ceased to exist. He truly represented the ideal of American manhood.
So, it is with these few points in mind, that we respectfully co-dedicate this l941
issue of the Academe to Mr. James Mannix.
Although "Demmy" has officially retired, We still frequently see him in the halls
talking to the students and promoting good-will as has always been his custom.
Mr. Dimorier will be sadly missed in Academy, but nevertheless, We shall still see
him occassionally because he continues to retain his enthusiastic interest in our choral
groups, especially the Choir.
With the wish of his continued health and happiness, we co-dedicate this issue of
the Academe to Mr. Dimorier.
They lhai govern make leasl noise, as
llzey llzai row the barge do work and papa
and sweat, while he fha! governs silfs quietly
al lhe slern, and scarce is seen lo slir.
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An Open .,l2ffe,-
Unsettled world conditions make the present a serious time in
education. Students are already anticipating what will be best to
know when the war is over. Dire panics are predicted with its millions
of idle people and few jobs available. A warning is perhaps necessary.
History never repeats itself in exactly the same manner. lntervening
changes alter the final outcome and bring new and strange difficulties.
The best message to youth today seems to be to become serious
about your education. Get plenty of information and build a broad
foundation upon which to build the changes that we can not now
foretell. Learn to adapt yourself to changes. Become broad minded
and ready to see the silver lining. Keep faith in America and build
your life in accordance with the true principles of American Democ-
racy. Then your life will strengthen our country and our freedom
will react upon you to bless you and keep you.
J. W. Ray
To Miss Tanner, our assistant principal,
we off er our heartiest thanks for her graceful
cooperation and assistance throughout the
year. Besides handling tl1e regular office
duties, she has added the monitor force to
her daily routine. Without her guidance
and talent for organization, the school would
be at a loss.
To manage all the numerous details of school office-work, and to make sure that the school
program is run efficiently, besides their other optional activities, these are the duties of' the Office
Miss Hakel, Miss Waugh, and Miss Weber are constantly at work in the office, and it can truly
be said that because of the many diversified situations they must confront, they never have a dull
ll has been our custom, every year, to merely thank the Office Force, but this year We wish to
leave with future Senior clas 'es, the idea of something more than just verbal thanks to our office workers.
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Leflllo Right: Miss
Hakel, Miss WVeber, Miss
Even teachers eat!
?-Your guess is as
good as ours.
The unfailing efforts of the faculty during the past year lo promote co-operation
between the students and teachers, and to encourage extra-curricular activities in the
school, have helped much toward the growth and development of our school. Most
of the members of the faculty have chosen this work, not because of the financial benefits
derived from it, but because they have a special interest in that type of work, and like
lo associate with and advise young people. Besides their training, the character and
personality of each teacher does much to create in students a liking for a particular
subject. The teachers are always willing to meet the students half-way and to do every-
thing in their power to promote interest in their respective classes.
What do you know,
Row IAH. Johnson, V. Burger, Pi. Rider, H. Fluegal, H. Kelly, J. W. Ray, Principal, S. Tanner,
Assistant Principal, M. Von Korlf, L. Hoffman, J. Russell, L. Braley, A. Kaveney. Row 2-M. VVcir,
P. Badger, L. Snyder, .l. Williams. E. Brown, F. Stull, H. Wiysocki. M. Howe, M. Lord, M. Blake,
A. Olsen. Row 3-A. Graham, C. Swahn, N. Hale, M. Lockwood, H. Bauschard, B. Block, E. Cccho,
M. Stump, B. Whiteman, A. Presogna, C. Hadder. Row 4-M. Phillips, L. Mattis, .l. Crowe, J. Fiorclli,
C. Towns, F. Kantz, M. Lewis, W. Hollinger, H. Leamy, J. Bright, J. Zipper, M. Alder, H. Sappcr.
Outside of school the members of the faculty engage in many varied activities,
both social and philanthropic. Some of them have formed bridge clubs and bowling
teams, and show an active interest in sports.
With the teachers in our school rests principally the responsibility of molding the
character of the students, the coming citizens of our community.
The students of Academy extend to the faculty their sincere appreciation for ,all
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they have done to promote the development of our school. ' J
H itch your wagon to a star, keep your seat
And there you are! Remember?
The February Seniors were social-
minded, but in a way different from most
olher classes. They found closed class
parties most enjoyable, and proceeded to
fill their last semester with a variety of
them, that is, with one exception. And
that was a reception held September 13
in honor of the new 10-l,'s. The next
social affair was a party held at the Log
Cabins on the Peninsula, with the great
outdoors providing sufficient entertain-
Then, on September 20, the class
sponsored a Football Dance in the girl's
gym. The unusual decorations, featuring
the colors of all tl1e schools, as well as
the presence of a few of our Louisville
rivals, made this an unusual event for
The Halloween Party held at Gustaf-
son's Hall, featured an abundance of all
Halloween Eve atmosphere, cider and
doughnuts, and games and dancing. The
last party was given at the Varsity, where
the class was entertained by its own
excellent, but heretofore undiscovered
As a fitting climax, there was a
Banquet Dance held at the Lawrence
llotel, January 22. An excellent menu,
a minimum of long speeches, and a good
band for the dance made this occasion a
beautiful finish to the classes social
e rucuf eniorzi
N . ll. . as
lice ln, Cl, l efllffle a a 0
"Once in a Lifetimev presented by tl1e February seniors in November, was the
kind of comedy success that a class presents just once in a lifetime. Mr. Arthur Shephard
of Erie directed this portrayal of Hollywood life as it was at the birth of the "talkie."
A large cast of eight leads and over thirty supporting-speaking roles effectively
lived the somewhat hectic life of the movie capitol for but two brief nights. Who will
ever forget Herman Glogaueris super production, the bishop,s hot tip, or George's
v "Once ina Lifetimeu was an all-around success in fun for the cast, entertainment
for the audience, and monetary returns for the class.
How 1-D. Busohe, E. Epp, H. Olken, S. Wright, Schultz, Miss Olsen, R. McManus, S. Breter,
R. Hirsch, .l. Maclnnes, M. Hutchinson. Row 24M. Peterson, N. Manos, D. Smith, G. Schnell,
S. Schlecht, E. Mather, S. Leonard, G. Becker, M. Simmons, W. Hirsch, Y. Cokefair, D. Struchen,
D. Case. Row 3-Mr. Lewis, U. Cornelius. C. Shapiro, V. Seroka, E. Tillotson, B. Steiner, C. Davis,
li. Herscovitz, A. Wolf, E. Russell, J. Doty, N. Bevcns, M. Wright, L. Weigand, Mr. Shepard. Row Iii
Pi. VVuenschel, M. Muth, J. Fuller, H. Mishrcll, L. Batdorf, D. Bunting, J. Trimble, S. Powell, D.
Shay, B. Iladov, S. Shaw, H. Ilarpst.
President Vice P1-esiden t Secre tary Treasurer
Shay, Daleg National C o k e fa i r , Y v o n n e g Davis, Carolg National Becker, Geraldg Cinema
Honor Society, Chess Mimeograph Shop, Girl Honor Society, Girl Club, Track, Class Play,
Club. Reserves, National Reserves, Academe Hi-Y, Basketball.
Honor Society, Office Staff, Student Senate,
Practice, Academe Staff. College Club.
Individual presentation of diplomas was made to the members of the Mid-Year Class of 1941 by Asst.
Sup't. of schools, C. W. McNary. The commencement exercises were held in the Academy Auditorium, Tuesday,
January 28. "The School and the Community" was the theme. The purpose of the talks by the students was
to present the development of the school from its segrated state to its present place as an integral part of the
H Topics and Speakers
"Introduction .Y,.,,,....,.,,,,.....,,,.,......., ,.,. C Ilarine Shapiro
"What Is .A Community?" ........,,,v....,.,,,,.. ..,,,,... D ale Shay
"Early Policy of Isolation" .,.,.,.....,,,,....,,,, ,,,,,. D orothea Basche
"Attempts To Change This Policy" ........,,.,v.,.., - - -Margery Hutchinson
i'The School Needs To Understand the Community" ,... ,,....,., E leanor Epp
"The Pupils Explore the Community" ,.,.,,,,.....,,, ,,,.. M arion Simmons
"The Community Comes To School" ..,,.. .,,,.,,,....., .... Lo r eile Weigand
A'The Community Needs To Know the Community" .,.,.. .. .,,,,, .. Richard Swain
"Schools Should Dilfer To Meet the Community Needsi' .,,.....,,,,,,. George Snell
"How These Needs Change From Time To Time" ........ ,,,, R osebelle McManus
"VVhat Academy Has Done This Year" ....,,,.....,.,, ,.,,,,, . .Slanley Shaw
i'Will This Class Fit Into the Community"- . .,., - . - Yvonne Cokefair
"Conclusion" ,.......,...,,.,.,....,.,,,. , - . .Jean Maclnnes
Row 1-M. Simmons, E
Epp, C. Shapiro, Y. Coke
fair, D. Busche, R. Mc
Manus. Row 2-G
Schnell, D. Shay, J. Mae
Innes, L. Weigand, M
Hutchinson, H. Swain
Allburn, Betty, Drum and Bugle Corps, Sewing Club.
Anderson, Ruth, Sewing Club, Gregg Reading Club,
Ardington, John, Hi-Y, Science Club, Monitor, Prom
Baker, Lincoln, Science Club, Track, Monitor.
Barthelemes, Edith, Leader's Club, Typing Club,
Batdorf, Leland, Cinema Club, Band, National Honor
Beckwith, Charles, Track, Senior Sportsman Club.
Bentley, Marian, Choir, Typing Club, Usher's Club.
Bevins, Norma, Girl Reserves, Fencing Club, Teen-Hi
Round Table, Boosters Club, Class Play.
Blair, Chester, Airplane Club, Etiquette Club, Hobby
Bliley, Geraldine, Beauty Culture Club, Swimming
Club, Personality Club.
Blum, Eileen, Choir, Dramatics Club, Camera Club,
Girl Reserves, Makeup Club.
Breter, Shirley, Cinema Club, Teen-Hi Bound Table,
Psychology Club, Class Play.
Breter, William, Cheerleaders, Booster Club, Archery
Club, Hi-Y, Prom Committee.
Bunting, Dallas, Rod and Gun Club, Band, Class Play.
Burke, Bette, Drum and Bugle Corps, Art Club, Booster
Club, Girl Reserves.
Buseemi, Peter, Radio Club, Track, Student Senate.
Busehe, Dorothea, Dramatics Club, Girl Reserves,
Choir, National Honor Society, College Club.
Case, Daisy, Camera Club, Hostess Club, Class Play.
Cherry, Jean, Hostess Club, Girl Reserves, Makeup
Cornelius, Uneta Mary, Sewing Club, Gregg Reading
Club, Study Club, Class Gift Committee, Class Play.
Covey, Richard, Camera Club: French Horn, Piano.
Deaner, Charles, Band, Booster Club, Boy's Etiquette
Club, Rod and Gun Club.
Deutch, Norman, Airplane Club, Swimming Team,
Doty, Joseph, Camera Club, Class Play.
Durst, Charles, Swim Club, Choir, Hi-Y, Monitor.
Dytchc, Ruth, Debating Club, Sewing Club.
Epp, Eleanor, Choir. Girl Reserves, College Club,
National Honor Society.
Forbes, Gladys, Camera Club, Personality Club, Archery
Club, Beauty Culture.
Fuller, John, Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, Swing Band
Club, German Band.
,ardner, Evelyn, Camera Club, Teen-Hi Round Table,
Hsahn, Florence, Girl Reserves, Handbook Club, Booster
Harpst, Harry, Science Club, Chess Club, Library Staff.
Hatch, ltlelving Monitor.
Herscovitz, Esther, Ring Group, Girl Preserves, College
Club, Civic Committee, Senate, Psychology Club,
Class Play, Prom Committee.
Hewitt, Robert, Basketball, Track, Football, Athletic
Hirsch, Ruth, Senate, Girl Reserves, Archery Club.
Hirsch, William, Hi-Y, Booster Club, Oilice Work,
Class Play, Monitor.
Holly, Marguerite, Knitting Club, Ushers Club.
Hudson, Gladys, Beauty Culture, Class Play.
Hutchison, Margery, College Club, Girl Reserves, Choir,
Prom Committee, Class Gift, Class Play.
Junod, Dorothy, Hostess Club.
Katz, Morris, Chess Club, Camera Club, Debating Club.
Kerner, Howard, Swimming Club.
Kerr, Jean, Library Stall, Knitting Club, Orchestra,
fXcademe Staff, Hobby Club, Sub-Deb Club.
Kilburn, Ralph, Choir, Nature Club, Glee Club.
Kinn, Betty, Camera Club, Knitting Club, Beauty
Leonard, Shirley, Senate, Girl Reserves, Research Club,
Prom Committee, Class Play, Banquet Committee.
Lewandoski, Norberlg Science Club, Senate.
Liebel, Robert, Football.
Maclnnes, ,Ieang Choir, College Club, Girl Reserves,
National Honor Society, Prom Committee, Class Play,
Class Day Committee.
May, Normang Hi-Y, Etiquette Club, Camera Club,
lWcCloskey, Janlesg Swimming Club.
hlcblanus, Rosebelleg College Club, Girl Reserves, Class
Play, National Honor Society.
Mishrell, Harry, Archery Club, Chess Club.
lYlunch, Karlg Football, Athletic Club.
Rluth, Milesg Organist, Cinema Club, Class Play.
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Manos, Nickg Athletic Theory Club, Class Play, Monitor.
'Mather, Edwardg Class Play, Monitor, Senior Airplane
Nlauer, Martin, Booster Club, Academe Staff.
Meyer, Leonard, Booster Club, Class Play Committee,
Archery Club, Handbook Club.
Miller, Edwardg Art Club.
Miller, Ruthg Cinema Club, Etiquette Club, Makeup
Nemenz, Howard, Football, Wrestling, Senior Dramatics,
Nicholas, Margaretg Embroidery Club, Gregg Reacler's
Club, Class Play Committee.
Olken, Harriet, Beauty Culture Club, Personality Club,
Patchen, Richard, Sr. Science Club, Sr. Rifle Club,
Peterson, Marie, Camera Club, Class Play.
Powell, Scott, Chess Club, Movie Monitor, Swimming
Team, Rod and Gun Club.
Russell, Eleanor, Cheerleader's Club, Fencing Club,
Cheerleader, Class Play.
Schaffer, Mary, Charm Club, Intramural, Prom Com-
mittee, Sewing Club.
Scherrer, John, Science Club.
Seidel, Evelyn, Camera Club, Hostess Club, Beauty
H ,Culture Club, Usher's Club.
Shaner, Rose, Monitor, Leader's Club.
Shapiro, Clarineg Academe Staff, College Club, Girl
Reserves, Debating Club, Monitor, National Honor
Society, Class Play.
Prescott, Richard, Chess Club, Rod and Gun Club.
Radov, Barney, Tennis, Basketball, Debating Club,
Roemer, Jack, Hi-Y, Airplane Club.
Sehlecht, Shirleyg Teen-Hi Round Table, First-Aid Club,
Girl Reserves, Class Play.
Sehnell, George, Science Club, Star Staff, National
Honor Society, Commencement Speaker, Class Play.
Schultz, Alberta, Hostess Club, Consumer Club,
Usher's Club, Monitor.
Shaw, Stanley, Academe Stalf, Band, National Honor
Society, Debating Club.
Siegel, William, Art Club.
Simmons, Marian, College Club, National Honor
YM' A hivl ,
Smith, Dorothea, Girl Reserves, Research Club, Teen-Hi
Round Table, Cosmopolitan Club, Booster Club,
Academe Staff, National Honor Society, Class Play.
Smith, Gordon, Camera Club, Booster Club.
Snell, Mary, Drum and Bugle Corps, Chorus, Makeup
Seroka, Violet, Hostess Club, Teen-Hi Round Table,
Starvaggi, Frank, Airplane Club.
Steinbrink, Raymond, Sportsman's Club.
Steiner, Betty, Girl Reserves, Teen-Hi Round Table,
Research Club, Class Play.
Struchen, Donald, Track, Camera Club, Hi-Y, Senate,
Booster Club, Class Play.
Swain, Richard, Camera Club, Hi-Y, Academe, Track,
Booster Club, Class Play Committee, Commencement
Thomas, Ann, Hostess Club, Teen-Hi Round Table,
Tillotson, Ellenore, Hostess Club, Chorus, Teen-Hi
Round Table, Booster Club.
Trimble, John, Announcement Committee, Class Party
Verga, Anthony, Managers Club, Wrestling Team,
Football, Athletic Club.
Wade, Gerald, Hi-Y, Etiquette Club, Chess Club, Class
Weigand, Lanette, Academe Staff, Girl Reserves, Com-
mercial Club, Commencement Speaker, Teen-Hi Bound
Table, Class Play.
Wilcox, lylelvin, Swimming Club, Glee Club.
Wilson, Darryl, Dramatics Club, Choir.
Winarski, Helen, Etiquette Club, Needle-Point Club,
Wolf, Arlene, Hostess Club, Class Play.
Woodward, Barbara, Girl Reserves, Senate, National
Honor Society, Consumer's Club, Psychology Club.
Wright, Miriam, Research Club, Girl Reserves, Teen-Hi
Round Table, Psychology Club, Class Play, Cap and
Wright, Shirley, Teen-Hi Round Table, Booster Club,
Wuenschel, Richard, Stage Crew, Stage Club.
Row 1: Mr. Winter,
.l. Sanger. L. Task, N.
Manross, W. Patterson.
Row 2: J. Mann, R.
Miles, W. Cooper, N.
Wilcox, D. Greiner, M.
The J une Seniors presented a play entitled HHi-Speedi' written and directed most capably
by Mr. Lee Winter. The plot concerned the many happenings in the haphazard life of four
mechanics on a race track. Through the complete cooperation of the entire senior class, the
play really did have "high speed!"
The well-chosen cast presented the play successfully three consecutive nights. The audiences
were enthusiastic and readily responded to the many humorous situations in the play. So
favorable were the many comments about the show, that il. played to packed houses every night.
When the final receipts were tabulated, it was found that the seniors had profited by four
hundred dollars. With this money, the class hopes to make some worth-while contribution to
The June Seniors pre-
sented the prom Janu-
ary 29, at Rainbow
Gardens with Paul
Pendarvis and his
Orchestra, in honor ol'
the graduating class.
1 m , Holtzworth, H. Glass,
P. Sullivan, J. Runser,
ll. Anderson. H. Liebel,
l.. Piasccki, R. Swan-
.gil Wem oriam
Norman Barthelmes, a .lune
Senior of Academy, who passed
away February 16, 1941. He will
be sadly missed by all his friends,
teachers, and acquaintances.
Ol'l'llfl'l2I'lC2l'l'l elif .S?0eCl,Lel"5
"1 Choose Americaw has been selected as the basic theme for the June Commencement
speakers. This subject will be treated in such a way that it will bring out the reasons for one's
choice of America as the ideal place to live.
At present, there are fourteen tentative speakers but it is believed that this number will be
lessened to ten.
Due to its patriotic trend, the theme should meet with the approval of all, and We firmly
believe that the speakers will do their utmost to leave everyone impressed, convinced, and
gratified that we do live in America.
Akus, Irene, Camera Club, Hobby Club, Needlecraft
Alloway, Doris Jean, Archery, Beauty Culture, Girl
Reserves, Prom Committee.
Alward, Albert, Star Staff, Press Club, Prom Committee,
Applebee, Dolores, Beauty Culture Club, Monitor.
Arduini, Gilda, Archery Club, First Aid Club, Per-
sonality Club, Consumerls Club, Prom Committee.
Aubrey, Betty Jean, Beauty Culture Club, Makeup
Club, Prom Committee.
Bareio, Betty, Makeup Club, Booster Club, Prom
Barnett, Clark, Camera Club, International Club, Bod
and Gun Club, Prom Committee, Class Play, Banquet
Barron, Shirley, Beauty Culture Club, Math Club,
Gregg Beading Club.
Anderson, Richard, Choir, Class Play, National Honor
Andrzejewski, Francesg Hobby Club, Needlecraft Club,
Gregg Reading Club.
Angelotti, LaVerneg Girl Beserves, Commercial Club,
Knitting Club, Drum and Bugle Corps, Archeology.
Baldwin, Ermag Girl's Chorus, Booster Club, Sub-Deb
Club, Dramatic Club, Prom Committee.
Balter, Lucyg Cruise Club, Study Club, Travel Club.
Baltus, Nancieg Girl Reserves, College Club, Student
Senate, Tri Club, Academe Staff, Prom Committee,
Banquet Committee, Newman Club.
Bastow, Donaldg Camera Club, Archery.
Beatman, William, Football, Wrestling, Track, Athletic
Theory, Home Boom President, Prom Committee, Class
Day, Banquet Committee.
Bedner, Emmag Study Club.
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Berchtold, Marie, Etiquette Club, Cruise Club, Com-
mercial Club, Red Cross Club.
Bernardini, Albert, Track, Archery, Chess Club, Prom
Committee, Cap and Gown Committee.
Bernhardt, John, Study Hall Club, Horticulture.
Betz, Anna, Study Club. J f
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Blair, Williarrlg Airplane Club. V - V " .I
Bliley, Mary, Sub-Deb Club, Personality Club.
Bloss, Jeanne, Girl Reserves, Commercial Club, Knitting
Club, Drum and Bugle Corps, Archeology Club.
Bolla, Rita, Booster Club, Prom Committee.
Bullard, James, Booster Club, Machine Shop.
Bowersox, Ethel, Commercial Club.
Bowman, Jane, Choir, Choir Club.
Briggs, Robert, Football, Football Manager, Athletic
Club, Prom Committee, Baseball.
Bright, Betty Jane, Camera Club, Commercial Club,
National Honor Society, Announcement Committee,
Brogdon, Donnell, Archery Club, Chess Club.
Brown, Gertrude, Knitting Club, Class Play.
Brown, Isadore, Stamp Club, Debating Club, Art Club,
Archaeology Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown
Committee, Class Banquet Committee, Academe Staff.
Brown, Wayne, State Crew, Stage Club.
Brubaker, Roy, Archery Club, Chess Club, Class Banquet
Buseck, Donald, Archery Club, Outdoor Club, Track.
Caccamise, Frances, Red Cross Club, Knitting Club,
State Makeup Club.
Cacchione, Albia, Cheerleader, Commercial Club.
Cain, Anna iVlae, Beauty Culture Club.
Campbell, Charlotte, Choir, Choir Club, National
Carneval, Geraldine, Sub-Deb Club, Girl Reserves,
Dancing Club, Office Practice, Study Club.
Carroll, Jack, Dramatic Club, Archeology.
Case, Ned, Chess Club, Class Play, Radio Club.
Chambers, Gladys, Senior Archery, Farm and Garden
Ollice Monitor, Club Monitor, Sr. Orchestra, Music
Club, Study Club.
Chesserio, Marian, Drum and Bugle Corps, Red Cross,
Needlepoint and Knitting, Boosters.
Christensen, Betty, Choir, Choir Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Girl Reserves.
Christoph, Richard, Study Hall Club, Chess Club.
Chrostowski, Ann, Bed Cross, Sub-Deb Club, Camera
Club, Office Monitor.
Cichetti, Carl, Chess Club.
Clifford, Oleine, Drum and Bugle Corps, Bed Cross,
Knitting Club, Stage Makeup.
Cohen, Harvey, International Club, Debating Club,
Colman, Vivian, Press Club, Drum and Bugle Corps,
Conrad, hlargaretg Hobby Club, lied Cross, Class Play.
Cook, George, Stamp Club, Dramatic Club, Archeology
Club, Class Play.
Cook, Raymond, Dramatic Club, Baseball, Archeology
Cooper, Susan, Usher Club, Charm Club, Bed Cross.
Cooper, William, Football Manager, Water Polo,
iVIanager's Club, Class Party Committee, Science Club,
Swimming Club, Prom Committee, Banquet Com-
mittee, Class Play.
Coover, Cordon, Chess Club.
Corapi, William, Science Club, Chess Club, Announce-
Coughlin, Fred, Stage Crew, Camera Club.
Crane, Margaret, Charm Club, Stage Makeup, Class
Cranston, William, Camera Club, Radio Club.
Crawford, Frances, Girl lleserves, Press Club, Sub-Deb
Crawford, Lorraine, Beauty Culture, Class Play.
Crompton, Edward, Bod and Gun Club, Band.
Culhane, Jeang Sub-Deb Club, Camera Club.
Davies, Elaineg Drum and Bugle Corps, Bed Cross,
Knitting Club, Booster's Club.
Davitl, Leahg Monitor.
Demuling, ,loang Drum and Bugle Corps, Cinema Club.
Denning, Shirleyg Beauty Culture, Gregg Headers.
Devlin, Agnesg Charm Club, Theatrical Makeup, Student
Senate, Class Play.
Dudenhoefer, Robertg Chess Club, Class Play, Cinema
Club, Movie Monitor.
Ebert, Charlesg Football, Track, Athletic Theory Club.
Ebert, Milton, Football, Track, Water Polo, Wrestling,
V Athletic Theory Class.
Decker, lllargaretg Girl Reserves, College Club, Senate,
Academe, Monitor, Banquet Committee, Prom Com-
Delamater, Gladys, Girl Reserves, Press Club, Sub-Deb
Demirjian, Johng International Club. Hi-Y, Senior
Orchestra, Dance Band Club, Camera Club, Class Play.
Dorich, Margaret, Personality Club, Sub-Deb Club,
Downing, Richardg Track, Outdoor Club, Athletic Club,
Drexler, Jamesg Outdoor Club, Prom Committee.
Eckman, Gloria, Archery Club, Golf Club.
Egler, Kathleen, Student Senate, Star Staff, Girl Re-
serves, Press Club, College Club, National Honor
Society, Prom Committee, Class Party Committee,
Ek, liobertg Senior Airplane Club.
Ericson, Richard, Study Hall Club, Horticulture. Farina, Andrew, Radio Club, Cinema Club.
Ernst, Phyllis, Usher's Club, charm Club, Gym Leaders, Faulkner, Doris, Hilltop Club, Commercial Club, Class
Girl Preserves. Play, Monitor.
Evans, Frances, Personality Club, Sub-Deb Club, Fearn, Arthur, Chess Ciub, Prom Committee, Press
Etiquette Club, Class Play, Banquet Committee. Club, Star Staff, Student Senate Treasurer.
Finney, James, Athletic Theory Club, Swimming Club,
Fehrer, Elmaileen, Girl Reserves, Sub-Deb Club, Press Class Play
Club, Class Play.
. - , , - Fischer Rosemary- Girls' Chorus, Announcement Com-
Fehx, Lois, Personality Club, Study Club. mitteg, College Chin Sub-Deb Club.
Fenner, Betty, Choir, Cinema Club.
F lagella, Theresa, Commercial Club, Monitor. i
Foley, James, Booster Club, Swimming Club. y, oris, Senior Girl Reserves, Press Club, Sub-Deb
Foreman, Betty, Senate, College Club, Star Staff, Girl
Reserves, National Honor Society, Prom Committee, azier, Neal, Choir, Choir Club, National Honor
Secretary of Class. oeiety.
Foster, Richard, Star Stalf, Chess Club. Frear, Irene, KnittingiClub.
French, Jessieg Monitor, Teen-Hi Round Table, Typing
Gallagher, F rankg Booster Club.
Gangemi, lwaryg Cinema Club, Archeology Club, Senior
Dramaties, Cap and Gown Committee.
Gangemi, Mary Graceg Cinema Club, Monitor.
Garber, Shirleyg Beauty Culture Club, Red Cross, Movie
Monitor, Prom Committee.
Gardner, lIelengCruise Club, Gregg Club, Typing Club.
Gathers, Keithg Booster Club.
Gebhardt, Gloriag Press Club, Sub-Deb Club, Girls
Chorus, Girl Reserves.
Gerhrlein, Edwardg Camera Club, Chess Club, Cinema
Club, Class Play.
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Glass, Robertg Chess Club, Radio Club, Class Play.
Graham, Virginiag Study Club.
Granohan, ,Iohng Wrestling, Outdoor Club.
Greiner, Dorisg National Honor Society, Class Play:
Financial Staff, Girl Reserves, Ushers Club, Senate,
Prom Committee, Secretary of Class.
Greiner, Dorothyg Choir, Prom Committee, Class Play,
Greiner, Frankg Golf Team, Booster Club.
Grenz, Ethelyng Girl Reserves. Sign Painting Club.
Theatrical Makeup Club, Prom Committee, Banquet
Committee, Class Party Committee, Academe Technical,
Gross, Kathleeng Girl Reserves. Cinema Club, Senior
Dramatics, Class Play, Class Day Program Committee,
Banquet Committee, Sub-Deb Club, Prom Committee.
Gustafson, Gordong Study Club, Booster Club.
Haekenberg, Paulg Choir, Choir Club.
Hadloek, Margueriteg Senior Dramatic Club, Press Club,
Mimeo Shop, Cinema Club, Monitor, Class Play.
Hafenstiner, Marieg Cheer Leaders Club, Press Club,
Girl Reserves, Monitor, Usher for Class Play.
Haimsohn, Doris, Senior Girl Reserves, College Club,
Senior Prom Committee, Banquet Committee, Tri-Club,
Ring Group, Play Ticket Committee.
Hammond, ,Iuneg Girl Reserves, Senate. Prom Com-
mittee, College Club.
Hammond, Milford, Study Club.
Hartmann, William, Camera Club, Hunting and Fishing
Hazen, Jack, Booster Club, Banquet Committee.
Healy, Helen, Girl Reserves, Class Play, Prom Com-
mittee, Golf Club, Knitting Club, Sub-Deb Club.
Heherle, Donald, Choir, Choir Club, Glee Club.
Heberle, Paul, Star Staff, Press Club, National Honor
Henningson, Estrid, Girl Reserves, Camera Club,
Sewing Club, Beauty Culture Club.
Higgins, James, Press Club, Sign Painters Club, Prom
Higgins, Leonard, Choir, Choir Club, Monitor, Glee
Hill, Thomas, Chess Club, Band.
Hiller, William, Chess Club.
Hinkler, Edward, Stage Crew, Stage Club.
Hirt, Frank, Erie County Jr. Historical Society.
Hoffman, Jean, Girl Reserves, Booster Club, Prom Com-
reiittee, Theatrical Makeup Club, Class Play, Ushers
Hoffman, Robert, Cheerleaders, Academe Stall', Com-
mercial Club, Cheerlcader's Club, Prom Committee.
Holtzworth, lilargarct, Class Play, Monitor, Choir.
Hopson, Dorothy, Archery Club, Monitor, Commercial
Club, Gregg Reading Club, Mimeograph Shop.
Horn, James, Chess Club, Fencing Club, Student Senate.
Hoyt, Birdella, Choir.
Iesue, Alfred, Band, Radio Club, First Aid Club.
Jackson, John, Choir, Glee Club, Choir Club.
Jacquel, Doris, Camera Club, Monitor, Knitting Club,
Prom Queen Committee.
Jagemann, llladeline, Knitting Club, Gregg Readers
Janniere, William, Archery, Etiquette Club, Track.
Jasinski, Gladys, Gregg Readers Club, Cap and Gown
Committee, Class Play.
Jeffery, Dorothy, Choir, Monitor.
Jensen, Lowell, Choir, Choir Club, Glee Club.
Jepson, lwargaretg Latin Club.
Johnson, Alice, Archery Club, Beauty Culture Club,
Red Cross. K
Kader, Charles, Baseball, Bod and Gun Club.
Kahn, Bonita, Personality Club, Camera Club, Red
Cross, Prom Committee, Movie Monitor.
Kanis, Lucy, Personality Club, Sub-Deb Club, Etiquette
Club, Consumer's Education, Class Play, Usher in
Kapiezak, lllargaret, Prom Committee, Girl Reserves,
Sub-Deb Club, Beauty Culture Club, Consumer's
Education, Archery Club.
Kafrlen, Robert, Band, Class Play Committee, Dance
Jobes, lVIary, Academe Club, Academe Staff, Girl
Reserves, Knitting Club.
Johannsen, Donald, Football, Basketball, Etiquette
Club, Math Club, Usherls Club, Class Play.
John, Anna Dlae, Beauty Culture Club, Consumer's
Education Club, Archery Club, Girl Reserves.
Kaiser, Cecelia, Sub-Deb Club, Etiquette Club, Con-
sumer's Education Club, Class Play.
Kaiser, Fred, Football, Athletic Club.
Kalie, Howard, Study Hall Club, Science Club.
Karr, Martha, Sub-Deb Club, Monitor, Drum Corps,
Kelsey, Lillian, Sign Painters Club, Monitor.
Kephart, Elvira, Class Play Committee, Monitor,
Kessler, Ruth, Commercial Club, Prom Queen Com-
mittee, Archery Club.
Kibler, Phylisg Library Apprentice Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Class Play.
Kienholz, Patricia, Cruise Club, Girl Reserves, Knitting
Club, Prom Committee.
Koller, Heine, Rod and Gun Club.
Kollmann, lvlargaretg Cinema Club, Prom Committee.
Konkoski, Virginia, Junior Archery, Senior Archery.
Krieger, Dlariang Cruise Club. W
Krespan, Arthur, Booster Club, Hobby Club, Etiquette K'jn'f3egeXfQ12gyB,'2fj','j,fy Culture Club Clash drty Com
Club, Prom Committee.
K . 4 l ' N i 1 , Kutz Chester, Cholr Cholr Club
roto, Harry, Football, Basketball, Track, Athletlc
Theory Class. ' Larsen, Paul, Chess Club Wrestling
Lawless, Jaekg Booster Club.
Lechner, Normag Sewing Club, Prom Committee,
Camera Club, Girl Reserves.
Leonardi, Josephg Study Club, Booster Club, Senate,
Leslie, Elvag College Club, Class Play, Girl Beserves,
Arts and Crafts Club.
Liebel, Robertg Science Club, National Honor Society,
Hi-Y, Class Treasurer, Class Play, Prom Committee.
Linburg, Walterg Banquet Committee, Camera Club,
Chess Club, Water Polo, Swimming, Hi-Y.
Linder, Beatrieeg College Club, Class Play, Prom Com-
mittee, Vice President of Senate, Girl Beserves,Tri-Club,
Library Club, Library Staff.
llIaePherson, Cliffordg Senior Airplane Club.
lllacPhe1-son, Donaldg Baseball, Basketball, Hi-Y, Chess
Club, Prom Committee, National Honor Society.
lllahoney, lllargaret Aung Drum and Bugle Corps, Class
Play, College Club, Prom Committee, Student Senate,
Girl Reserves, Banquet Committee.
lllainzer, Ritag Archery Club, Charm Club, Archeology
Club, Camera Club.
lllalaby, Mariong Debating Club.
lllalaszek, Harrietg Gregg Club, Class Play.
ltlaneuso, Annamarieg Beauty Culture Club, Sub-Deb
Club, Stage Makeup.
Dlando, Joseph, Track, Monitor.
lllangold, Dorisg Camera Club, Stage Makeup Club,
lllann, Bettyg Civie Committee, Class Play, Banquet
lllann, James, Bod and Gun Club, Class Play, Chess
Club. A - , 4
Manos,,iSophieg Class Play, Banquet Committee, Prom
Committee, Sub-Deb Club.
lllaiiross, Normang Football, Basketball, Track, Class
Dlaras, Leona, Sub-Deb Club, Bulletin Board Committee,
Marciniak, Ireneg Archery Club, Class Play, Red Cross.
Dlarkey, Verag Camera Club, Beauty Culture Club,
Sub-Deb Club, Class Play.
Marshall, Donald, Chess Club, Swimming Team, Hi-Y,
ltlartin, Charlesg Rod and Gun Club, Orchestra, Banquet
Matlock, Eugeneg Rod and Gun Club.
ltlatulewicz, Anng Gregg Club.
Maxham, Robertg Rod and Gun Club.
McCaleb, Ruth, Archery Club, College Club, Monitor,
Cap and Gown Committee.
McConnell, Willianig Safe Driving Club, Booster Club,
McCooey, Ritag Art Craft Club, Archeology Club,
Announcement Card Committee.
lVIeLean, Eleanorg Class Play, Sub-Deb Club, Press Club,
Measurement Committee, Girl Reserves, Monitor.
lVIcReynolds, Betty Janeg Beauty Culture Club, Math
Club, Consumer's Education Club.
Meloni, Clarag Archery Club, Etiquette Club, Banquet
Committee, Consumer's Club, Personality Club.
Melzer, Dorothyg Beauty Culture Club, Girl Reserves,
Class Play, Monitor.
Metzger, Dorothyg Camera Club, Beauty Culture Club,
Sub-Deb Club, Class Play, Election Committee.
Metzler, Idag Beauty Culture Club,
lWeyn, Riehardg International Club, Monitor, Bod and
Miles, Robertg Archery Club, Usher Club, Track,
Wrestling, Class Play.
Miller, Bettie, Sub-Deb Club, Class Play.
lwiller, Dollieg Sub-Deb Club.
Mishrell, Howardg Cap and Gown Committee.
Monkowski, Josephg Stage Club, Stage Crew.
Moore, Ruthg Charm Club, Sub-Deb Club, Etiquette
Club, Drum and Bugle Corps, Band.
ltloritz, Ritag Archeology Club.
Morye, Bernardg Study Club.
Naehring, Douglasg Band, Orchestra, Swimming Club.
Nagele, Betty, Press Club, Class Play, Girl Beserves,
Monitor, Sub-Deb Club, Class Play Committee.
Nanni, Alfred, Water Polo, Airplane Club, Sign Painting
Nellis, Violet, Debating Club, Star Staff, Psychology
Club, Debating Team, Prom Queen Committee.
Nelson, Aliceg Art Club, Charm Club, Archeology Club.
Nicol, Ileleng Choir, Choir Club.
Niebauer, Betty, Press Club, Etiquette Club, Sub-Deb
Nordin, William, Booster Club.
Palaszewski, Leog Study Club.
Palmer, Jeanne, Camera Club, Swimming, Class Play,
Theatrical Makeup Club.
Paradine, Mary, Sub-Deb Club, Press Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Star Stall, Publication Committee, Banquet
Nelson, Donald, Baseball.
Nelson, Walter, Bod and Gun Club.
Nick, Richard, Chess Club.
0'Connell, Eileen, Press Club, Embroidery Club, Com-
mercial Club, Class Play, Star Staff, Prom Committee.
Ohmer, Marian, Class Play, Civics Committee, Beauty
Culture Club, Girl Heserves.
Ott, Marie, Charm Club, Bulletin Board Committee.
Patama, Patsy, Debating Club.
Paterson, Willianig Archery Club, Class Play, Prom
Patton, Donald, Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y, Prom Com-
mittee, National Honor Society, Chess Club, Academe
Pearson, John, Camera Club, Science Club, Prom Com- Pfleuger, John, Swimming Team, Swimming Club.
mittee, Class Play, Football.
Pesch, Hubertg Baseball.
Pfister, Petty, Dramatic Club, Press Club, Class Play,
Pifer, Catherine, Class Play, Camera Club, Cruise Club,
Pikiewitz, Dorothy, Camera Club, Archery Club, Prom
Pitton, Mary, Embroidery and Crocheting Club, Booster
Club, Consumer's Education Club, Cap and Gown
Riell, Martin, Band, Chess Club, Stamp Club.
Robie, Dorothy, Ushers Club, Class Play, Girl Beserves,
Beauty Culture Club, Ushers Committee, Bulletin
Roth, Harold, Chess Club, Banquet Committee, Play
Phillips, William, Baseball, Bod and Gun Club, Air-
Piaseeki, Leog Baseball, Airplane Club, Outdoors Club.
PotthoH', Edward, Athletic Club.
Ramsey, Harry, Football, Wrestling, Track, Hi'Y, Prom
Committee, Student Senate.
Rsgidall, Betty, Archery Club, Booster Club, Sub-Deb
Rotman, Annamaeg Choir, Class Play.
Runser, Jayne, Drum and Bugle Corps, Class Play, Girl
Reserves, Sub-Deb Club, Charm Club, Prom Com-
mittee, Press Club, Banquet Committee.
Rutkoski, Raymond, Outdoor Club, Cinema Club.
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Ryan, Rita, Study Hall Club.
Saunders, Warren, Cross-Country, Wrestling, Chess
Club, Debating Club, Prom Committee, Class Day
Sawtelle, Pearl, Senior Dramatics, Sub-Deb Club, Press
Club, Prom Committee, Star Distributor.
Sceiford, Robert, Camera Club, Debating Club.
Schaaf, Evelyn, Girl Reserves, Class Day Committee,
Golf Club, Class Play, Prom Committee, Sub-Deb Club,
Drum Corps, Knitting Club.
Schaaf, Ruth, Drum and Bugle Corps, Class Play, Sub-
Deb Club, Knitting Club, Financial Chairman.
Schaffner, Jamesg Band, Dance Band Club, Rod and
Scherrer, Betty, Charm Club, Sub-Deb Club, Press Club,
Prom Committee, Class Play, Social Committee.
Schmitt, Donald, Stamp Club, Bod and Gun Club,
Swimming Team, Hi-Y.B-1 liuyaz
Schroeder, Eilleeng Senior Dramatios Club, Sub-Deb
Club, Press Club, Announcement Committee, Senator,
Scgroeck, Edward, Camera Club, Stamp Club, Class
Schuwerk, Rita, Class Play, Charm Club, Sub-Deb Club,
Press Club, Monitor, Civic Committee.
Sebunia, Emelieg Archery, Jr., Archery Sr.
Seeman, Shirley, Personality Club, Sub-Deb Club.
Seigler, Ruth, Beauty Culture Club.
Selig, Ellen, Study Club, Prom Committee, Announce-
Seligsohn, Camille, Commercial Club, Gregg Reading
Senger, Joseph, Class President, Hi-Y, Class Play, Com-
mencement Speaker, Student President, Academe Staff,
Shearer, Belly, Archery Club, Cinema Club, Girl
Shenk, Richardg Chess Club.
Shreve, Richard, Band, Prod and Gun Club, Cruise Club.
Smith, Betty Jane, Choir, Choir Club.
Smith, Richard, Airplane Club, Camera Club.
Smith, Rohertg Camera Club.
Snyder, Margery, Sub-Deb Club, Knitting Club, Prom
Spotswood, Mary, Drum and Bugle Corps, Personality
Club, Press Club.
Stankavick, Helen, Cinema Club.
Starks, Robert, Orchestra, Band, Camera Club, Amateur
Sterrert, Robert, Track, Makeup Club.
Stetter, Charlotte, Press Club, Consumer's Club.
Stolz, Helen, Personality Club.
Stough, Virginia, Archery Club, Camera Club,
Stuzynski, Clara, Sewing Club, Needlepoint Club.
Sullivan, Patricia, Girl Reserves, Academe, College Club,
Senate, Prom Committee, Class Play, Newman Club,
Sutter, Melvin, Stage Crew, Stage Club, Glee Club,
Swanson, Robert, Usher Club, Stage Crew, Class Play.
Sweet, lWartha, Archery Club, Announcement Com-
Tanner, Robert, Cinema Club.
Tarr, Clara, Girl Reserves, Cap and Gown Committee,
Task, Louis, Press Club, Track Team, Class Play.
Tate, Miriam, Senate, lied Cross Club. Academe,
National Honor Society, Class Play Committee, Class
Teel, William, Choir, Choir Club, Monitor, Glee Club.
Tellers, Mary Agnes, Choir, Class Secretary.
Terranova, Brigida, Beauty Culture, Camera Club.
Teubner, Marks, Camera Club, Debating Club.
Thayer, Bert, Rod and Gun Club, Debating Team.
Theil, Andrew, Glee Club, Choir Club, Choir, Band.
Tilley, Owen, Booster Club, Athletic Theory.
Tillman, Louiseg Knitting Club.
Torrelli, Carmellag Study Hall Club, Cruise Club, Gregg
Toslain, Elizabeth, Gregg Beading Club.
Tozer, Ruthg Girl Reserves, Tlieatrical Makeup Club,
Cheerleaders Club, Boosters Club, Prom Committee.
Traphagen, Charlotteg Usher Club, Stage Makeup,
Booster Club. Girl Reserves. Banquet Committee.
Traul, Walter, Football, VVrestling, Track, Hi-Y, Class
Play, Student Senate.
Veil, Norbertg Hi-Y, Booster Club, Stamp Club, Prom
Committee, Student Senate.
Vivian, ,Iennieg Beauty Culture Club, Camera Club,
Volk, Audreyg Press Club.
Totlehen, Celiag Cinema Club, Flying Finger Club,
Gregg Heading Club.
Toeleben, Ruby, Study Hall Club, Press Club, Camera
Townsend, Normang Study Club.
Tucker, Ilerbertg Football, Wrestling, Class Play,
Ulrich, Ceraldg Swimming Club, Chess Club.
Vandervort, Catherineg Student Senate, Academe Staff,
Class Play Committee, Class Banquet Committee.
Vollant, Shirley, Choir, Choir Club.
Wagner, Ceorgeg Radio Club, International Club, Bod
and Gun Club, Hi-Y. L l 3 J X A X
Wagner, Kathleeng Press Club. Ll
Walczak, Virginiag Consumers Club. Wargo, Annag Commercial Club, Sub-Deb Club.
Wallis, Katheryng Hostess Club, Archeology Club. Watson, Richardg Rod and Gun Club.
Wambsgans, Donalda Airplane Club, M0Uit0F- Webb, Donaldg Choir, Choir Club, Glee Club.
Weber, Isabeueg Etiquette Club, Press Club, Sub-Dcb WCid6rh0Cf, Shirleyg Sub-Deb Clllll, D6lJ8tlHg
Club, Class Play Committee, Announcement Committee. Wfeiser, Mary Therese? Choir Club, Choir.
Webstefs Wilbur? Stlldb' Club- Weissert, Claireg Beauty Culture Club, Cinema Club,
Weed, Richardg Rod and Gun Club. Class PIHY'
-- - f -, f b White, Elizabethg Cinema Club.
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'erner mince, a 10 Cu, Chess Cu Wiertel, Rose, Dramatlcs, Press Club, International
Wexler, Ilermang International Club, Debating Club, Club, Chorus, Debating Club.
Chess Club' wiest, Ameliag Camera Club, Commercial Club, Sub-
Whipple, Frankg Chess Club, Swimming Club. Deb Club.
Wilcox, Norman, Class Play, Choir, Choir Club, Glee
Willis, Jeane, Press Club.
Wilson, Betty, Cinema Club, Beauty Culture Club,
Prom Committee, Class Play.
Will, Carol, Academe, Prom Committee, Class Play.
Winters, Leslie, Radio Club, Star Staff, Press Club.
Wunz, Paul, Baseball, Chess Club, Monitor, Science
Club, Bod and Gun Club.
Yaple, Regis, Cruise Club, Booster Club, Academe
Stall, Class Play, National Honor Society, Monitor.
Yates, Miriam, Personality Club, Cruise Club.
Youngbauer, Joan, Press Club, Bed Cross Club,
Zaczek, Celia, Press Club, Study Club.
Zawistowski, Eleanor, Press Club.
Ziek, Robert, Science Club.
Zeimer, Frances, Choir Club, Choir, Monitor.
Zoltoski, Henrietta, Senate, Beauty Culture Club,
Chorus, Committee for Commencement Speakers.
Deer, Robert, Camera Club, Hi-Y, Student Senate,
Chess Club, Class Play. '
Peters, Doris, Etiquette Club, Sr. Stage Makeup
Booster Club, Girl Reserves, Monitor.
In play there are two pleasures for your
The one is winning, and the oiher, losing.
NV Kramer NV Traut N Manross K. Schwindt W. Bcatman G. Poslcrh
Row 1-Holland, Krivonak, Pmohasky, Haendler, VV
Krivonak, Mauross, Schwindt, Kramer. Row 2-C
Ebert, Tucker, Ramsay, Traut, Beatman, Poslerli, Ulrich
M. Ebert. Row 3-Coach L. C. Drake, Jaworski, Franz
kowski, Kugnin, Rastatter, Hewitt, Fuhrman, Riley
Kelly, Kline, Mgr. Briggs, Coach Thomas. Row 4-
Asst. Mgr. Sanncr, Verge, Williamson, Phillips, Crawford
Becker, Karznia, Asst. Mgrs. Swcitzer and Specter.
The Academy Lions, in tl1eir best year since 1928, waded through tl1e toughest
competition in many years to capture the city series and complete a perfect seasonf
In the ten games that Academy played, three were tied and seven won by a deci-
sive margin. Academy had its hardest game with Canton, Ohio-but through luck and
persistence, the boys were able to hold the mighty combine to a 6-6 stalemate.
The team was rather unusual as football teams go, having no one or two men who
used the other nine as barricades, but having a combination of men who were equally
good and shared almost equally in the glory. A
The line, one of the heaviest Academy has ever had, was one of the fastest. lts
exceptional goal-line stands were the talk of the town.
H. Ramsay P. Haendler l'. Krivonak H. Tucker W. Krivonak L Holland
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The backfield, which carried the ball for 195 points, was the perfect example of
deception. All the players were small and exceptionally fast, which made the ball
handlers elusive as spirits,
All in all, the boys made a great team-great enough to regain the city champion-
ship-great enough to place six men on the city all star team-great enough to play a
Row 1-G. Klein. M. Jaworski. P. Haendler, Pm. Shufstall,
ll. Miller. N. Mangold. ll, Yawger. Row 2-Mgrs.
Bagley and Davidson, N. Manros. T. Franzkowski, H.
Mang, P Harkness, .l. Pianti, R. Hewitt.
Academy started its 1940-fll season definitely handicapped by graduation. After
a bad starl, the team succeeded in brushing aside competition wilh Considerable vigor
for a Lime. The crusade was short lived, however, for inadequate substitution took its
toll and the season Came lo a climax with the yielding of the cily eharnpionship to liasl.
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Mr. Thomas is not without hope for the future as the team has many capable players
and has gained valuable experience from the defeats of the past season.
Row IAA. Schwindt, H. Wiley. J. Ferraro, J. Finney, P. Fisher, J. Laver, Coach Lewis. Row 2-
Mgrs. Bagley and Davidson, E. Schcllito, Pr. Obuszewski, J. McVey, A. Klein, C. Netheimer.
Row 1-D. Crawford. D. Barker. .l. lilakvslccfll. Petti-
grew, A. Riley, C. Nick. .l. Jervis, P. Tanner, N. llcndcr-
son, P. Aquino. C. Roberts. E. Marshall. Row 2-D
Bertone, L. Holland, L. Task. Becker. Kuhn. Rastatcr
llouseman, Downing. R. Luther, Moore, Matteson
Dahn. Row 3iD. Stubenhofcr. A. Bianchi. VV. Bock
with. .l. Swan, B. Bean, E. Rocks-r, D. Stein, B. Mankoski
B. McGill, ll. Kilburn, E. Kuhn.
The 1941 track team is one of the most brilliant squads ever to represent Academy
For the first time in many seasons, We are exceptionally strung in both track and field
events. We have three crack Cinder-path artists in Rex Pettigrew, "Dutch', Holland
and Alan Riley who will be ably matched in the field events by Lubert Pmastatter, Herb
Tucker and Pete:Krivonak.
Although only three meets, including one with last year's city champs, Vincent,
have, at the time of this publication, have been completed, they have been won in
exceptionally successful style and indicate, barring mishaps, another triumphal season
for Coach DeTuerk, and possibly, the regaining of the city championship.
Academy can be justly proud of its past record and, with the splendid reserve
material for the coming year, can be confident of its future track teams.
The squad of 1941 will be another champion for Academy.
Left to Right-H. Fish, W. McLeod, R. Sturdevant, P. Christenson, C. Netheimer, A. Vogt Jr.,
Coach Scrailord, .l. Laver.
Academy has been more consistent than any other school in providing the keenest
of competition on the golf links. With a veteran team returning for 1941, Coach Scrafford
feels confident that Academy is master of the situation. As interest continues its steady
climb among the students for this Scottish game of skill, we anticipate even greater
Mr. Leamy is compelled, through graduation, to build a new Academy Lennis
team around the bare nucleus of succeeding squads. Several encouraging practices
have taken place, and the prospects are not at all bad. Good luck Academy.
Seated-R. Leahy, R. Graham, B. Radov, Coach Leamy. Standing-R. Kuhn, B. Specter, T. Work,
R. Guerrin, P. Wunz.
Row 1-P. Leahy, YV. Rupp, D. Paulson. O. Vlvilson. lf. Bernal. Row 2-J. Kisscll, NV. Rose, P.
Kelly. L. Karszned. H. Verga, M. lice. Row 3-B. Beatrnan, W. Traut, Coach Towns, W. Saunders,
Weakened deeeisivel y by lhe graduation of Several top-flight veterans, the Academy
malmen were unable to equal lheir previous good records. However, Coach Towns
has been training recruits and is not aL all dissatisfied with the results. The accumulation
of a high score is not the only evidence ofa good team and its value.
You can't keep a good :nan down.
Academy's swimming team suffered one of ills worst seasons in the history of the
school during the past year. Its ranks dwindled by graduation, its spirit lost in defeat
-the boys seemed unable to get the upper hand and to l1old it.
Although the boys did not win, they could not lose, for the fellowship and ex-
perience derived from the sport could but spell victory. The team, with fresh material
and valuable experience, is gazing longingly in to the future with hope in their hearts
and revenge in their eyes. XIX JJ?
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Row 1-G. Powell, D. Marshall, R. Drake, J. Ploseberry, A. Cokefair, W. Kinner, D. Brotherson, A.
Cannarozzi. Row 2-H. Hall, H. Bowman, H. Scott, W. Linburg, H. Fish, C. Zaniewski, H. Herbstreet,
A. Nanni. Row 3-W. Bollinger, Coach J. Pettibone, B. Finney, B. Knoll, B. Cooper, J. Pflueger,
M. Ebert, D. Schmitt, T. Johnson.
The intramural program is designed to encourage active competition in tl1e various
sports in an informal manner. At designated times throughout the year, boys are
admitted to open competition in all of the indoor sports. Although the measure in
glory is lacking, the love of invigorating competition prevails to give an amply abundant
Row 1-D. Barker, W. Fearn, J. Donihi, B. Lamberton, M. Necci, D. Kuhn. Row 2-P. Leahy, D.
Johannsen, J. Mando, L. Task, L. Piasecki, D. Downing, W. Nordin, B. St. George. Row 3-D.
Paulson, D. Bertone, L. Holland, L. Rastatter, A. Riley, ID. Crawford, P. Wunz. Row 4--J. Jervis,
P. Tanner, M. Davis, J.f.Mazza, J. Vogel, D. Schwindt, R. Verga, B. Pettigrew, R. Luther.
Kneeling-ll. Wholehan, A. Cacchione, B. Breter, W. DeVette, E. Corvino, Standing-E. Russell,
R. Smith, R. Hoffman, .l. Matteson.
Upon the shoulders of the cheerleaders rests the task of promoting school spirit
among the students at Academy. This is accomplished by hard work in developing and
practicing cheers, by introducing new cheers and songs, and by their enthusiastic leader-
ship at rallies and athletic events.
Much credit is due them for their cooperative attitude and loyalty. Through
their leadership they arouse the school to back the teams with real pep which is neces-
sary when the going proves tough.
This year the cheerleading squad accompanied the football team to Canton, Ohio,
where they, with the cooperation of the spectators from Erie, urged the team on to a
Wlusic, lhe grealesl good llzat morlals know
And all of hearen we have below.
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Probably no phase of school life is more enjoyable to the students and teachers
alike, than the musical departments.
We, at Academy, have made a name for ourselves in the musical field by the develop-
ment of a fine orchestra and band and exceptionally splendid choral groups. Our band
is one of state-wide prominence and our Academy Singers have gained national recogni-
Due to the excellent supervision of Mr. Grender, Mr. Owens, and Miss Schweitzer,
Academy's musical organizations have gradually developed, and are contlnuing to
develop and improve each year into more versatile and accomplished groups.
enior Urclezn fra
Row 1iF. Kueinski, J. Kerr, S. Grenz, J. Rupp, F. King, Y. Davis, B. Pistory, B. Krumpack, V.
Maurer, V. Partmerter, V. Stough, E. Weber. Row 2-G. Chambers. B. Mix. B. Kessler. B. McCam-
man, C. Hemme, J. Lansberry, J. Buhling, W. Ptotman, J. Demitjian, Duleey. L. Dinicola, W. Penncock.
Row 3-G. Snow, C. Miglori, M. Pire. M. Patton, A. Ruseio, ll. Karlen. N. Barthelmes, D. Davis,
D. Vonder Groben. B. Sweet. Row 4-L. Leslie, E. Frieberg, B. Horn, H. Starks, H. Loomis, L. Fuller,
B. Hoagland, N. Henderson, D. Goetz.
President .rr..c . ,,,.r. C .r.,.,.,, ,, .c .,,.,r,c.r . Louis DeNicola
The Academy Senior Orchestra plays the great classical music of the world, but
for variety some of the more modern compositions. Through the interpretation of their
director, Mr. Owens, the members come to appreciate the music they play. They have
found that understanding brings better musical presentation of the master-pieces of
The Orchestra, in conjunction with the Band, presents two concerts every year for
those who enjoy classical and modern music. They high-lighted a very successful
season when the members went to Cleveland to hear two operas, "Cavelleira Rusti-
cannau and "Pagliacci" at Cleveland's magnificent Public Auditorium.
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Row 1-J. .lohnson, B. Bolt, R. Lindsay, A. Rotman, .l. Sullivan, H. Yokem, D. Greiner, I. Kramer, C.
Mein, C. Campbell, M. Dobosiewicz, B. Hoyt. Row 2413. Corteau, H. Nichols, M. Holtzworth, M.
O'Brien, E. Salow, N. Katz, 0. L. Grender, director, M. Beard, W. Teel, B. Kelly, M. Anderson, V.
Anderson. T. Weiser, M. Carr. Row 3-R. Olds, M. Tellers, V. Arnold, .l. Landsberry, J. Bowman, R.
Kline, J. .lackson, B. Kloecker, A. Theil, F. Zeimer, J. Coleman, C. Gebhardt. B. Christenson. D. Jeffry,
P. Miller. Row 4-R. Anderson, W. Kramer, N. Frazier, P. Hackenberg, H. Slomski, H. Shufstall, J.
Pettibone, E. Bacon, L. Higgins, li. Challcc, C. Kulz, A. Church, D. Webb, H. Latimer, L. Jensen,
The Academy A Cappella Choir, composed of sixty-five student vocalists of ex-
ceptional ability, trained under the able leadership of Mr. O. L. Grender, has
brought nationwide recognition to Academy. Good music under capable directors is a
tradition hereg the band, the orchestra, the Girl's Chorus and Glee Clubfall uphold this
traditiong but the A Cappella Choir is the veteran musical organization and a tradition
Each year's work in tl1e Choir is climaxed by the Choir Trip, a series of concerts in
various places ending ln a national broadcast in one of the major cities of America. This
year the goal is Boston. The Choir will present concerts in Rochester, Schenectady,
Syracise, New York, and on the campuses cf Vassar and Colgate.
Row 1-W. Teel, R. Kline, A. Teal, J. Jackson, R. Andersen, Mr. Grender, B. Kloecker, C. Moore,
M. Muth, E. Sura, L. Knuth. Row 2-D. Sims, N. VVilcox, H. Latimer, G. Swanson, D. Crawford,
J. Oszebinski, M. Foster, R. Amidon, G. Williamson. Row 3-L. Andersen, R. Kilburn, O. Eldridge,
L. Task, lt. Wright, L. llostattcr, L. Higgins, L. Lundberg, R. Chalfee, L. Palazewski, A. Church,
H. Slamski, D. Webb, S. Nadler.
The Boy's Glee Club of Academy High School is, officially, an organization for male
vocalists under the direction of Mr. Grenderg and established for the purpose of pro-
viding material for the bass and tenor sections of the A Cappella Choir. The training
these boys receive is very much like that of the Girlis Chorus. lt enables the director
to accurately judge ability and aptitude, for more thana voice is required to meet the
high standards of the Choir.
Unollicially, the Glee Club is an organization for boys who enjoy singing. Many
boys in the Choir continue their membership in the Glee Club because they like the
rollicking tunes and the merry comradeship of the club.
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Row 1-J. Pmosequist, M. J. VanArnam, J. Callahan, D. Cyzeski, V. Pietro, J. Hersperger, E. Whipple,
A. Decker, l. Watson, L. Venable, M. McCooey, D. Taylor, V. Faber, K. Fabsits, S. Baughmann, J.
Griewahn, B. L. Conklc. Row 2-A. Ende, ll. Gleason, B. Veit, S. Anysz, B. Paterson, E. Huff, D. Ray,
B. Martin, H. Zoltoski, L. Schweitzer, W. J. Steadman, E. Wood, H. Vargo, L. Munson, M. Ryan, ll.
Peters, B. Bennett, C. Crowe. Row 3-D. Conway, G. Ott, J. Swift, E. McConnell, V. Burger, E. Brown,
C. Tarr, M. Berchtold, M. Bannister, A. Farina, R. Kilburn, A. Landerson, W. Schlosser, M. E. Hain,
N. Koen. Row 4-A. Zicmer, li. Fischer, J. Neth, M. Sandusky, li. Bchnke, J. Fracassi, H. Tucker,
R. Akus, J. Ring, M. Erickson, A. Yarhenet, M. Snell. Row 5-G. Gebhurdt, B. Clark, E. Kuivinen,
L. Boldt, .l. White, M. Stcadman, C. Comstock, E. Beach, .l. Yokcy.
The Girl's Chorus is a democratic work-shop for young vocalists-the only ones
barred are the boys. Under the careful tutorship of Miss Schwieitzer, they acquaint
themselves with the fundamentals of music and voice technique, and gain ability through
continuous practice in reading and ear training. By participating in the annual Christmas
and Spring Concerts of the Choir, they gather experience in performing before large
The year in the Chorus is culminated by tl1e Choir try-outs, when those possessing
ability and showing progress in training are accepted into that renowned choral group.
Those who are not successful usually continue with the Chorus, some to try again, others
for tl1e fun of singing.
Row 1-M. Karr, E. Getchell, E. Musollf, J. Rupp, S. Schwab, J. Runser, Schaaf,lP. Barton, E.
Davies, V. Hobie, M. J. Frost. Row 2-B. Saylor, M. Albrecht, R. Volkmar, T. Boyce, fE.fQFrank, Miss
Schweitzer, O. Clifford, M. Chessario. H. Melzer, L. Petrianni, B. Frank. Y :Row 3iD.'lWoinakoski,
R. Maciulewicz, H. Rumball, V. Colman, J. Demuling, V. Ostromccki, B. Bush, B. Burke, G. Tarno,
G. llunser, AE. Schaaf. Row 4--L. Blackmond, C. Stuczynski, M. Spotswood, M. Hcckman, H. Spencer,
B. Heberlc, M. Hepfinger, L. Angclotti, M. Snell, M. Babcock.
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The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps was organized seven years ago. Since then
it has made itself an essential part of every football game and of every patriotic cele-
bration. The Corps is composed of fifty girls in six units: snare drums, bass drums,
panel bugles, tenor bugles, bass bugles, and the twirlers. The five musical units bring
harmony to the melodies, and the six twirlers furnish entertainment in a display of
dextrous skill. The majestic drum major is an expert twirlerg her dainty highstepping
makes her the center of attention whenever the Corps march. This they do at all foot-
balls games, at occasional basketball games, on Decoration Day, and on Labor Day.
The Corps is almost entirely independent financially, expenses are met by proceeds
from the two skating parties and the dance which it sponsors each year. Miss ,Meyette
supervises the drillsg Miss Schweitzer, the music.
Under the capable direction and supervision of Miss Switzer, the members of the
Junior Orchestra-the younger musical members of our large student bodyfare pre-
paring themselves to carry on the fame and renown of the Senior Musical Organizations
after the present members have graduated. They are learning to appreciate, interprete,
and enjoy the music that has been cherished by music-lovers, great and small, for ages.
They will be able to carry into the future the standard for Academy's musical organi-
zations created by the past and present members.
Row 1fN. Weed, M. Benning, G. Bard, L. Baker, P. Lee, F. Friederick, ll. Urban, P. Singerman.
Row 2-H. Kellogg, J. Militello, J. Madlehner, C. Miller, .l. Vigorite, Mr. Owen, l. llautine, T. Stover,
H. Hoemes, B. Wagner. Row 3-R. Gleason, WV. Watkins, P. Christenson, ll. Slotc, A. Eaton, E.
WVcher, R. McCamrnan, E. Hagberg, Pi. Engel.
Every noble activity makes room for itseU.
Art through the ages.
Row 1-D. Miller, B. Paterson, ll. Lasher, B. Lee, J. Senger-President, B. LinderSVice President,
Miss Bauschard-Adviser, D. Greiner-Secretary, A. Heinlien-Treasurer, .l. Brown, D. Struchen, H.
Zoltoski, N. Baltus, C. Davis, J. Marshall, B. Pulling. Row 2-D. Bader, ll. Andersen, M. Steadman,
B. Volkmar, A. Baker, N. Vcit, W. Botman, W. Hunter, D. Crawford, D. Nelzer, M. Greenwald, C.
Williamson, V. Hemme. llow 3-B. Burnham, L. McDonald, B. Johnson, E. Sealzette, M. Malin,
J. Hammond, .l. Leonardi, E. DiGell0, J. Dietzel, G. Cehhardt, S. Grenz, P. Courteaux, J. Allen, J.
Schaffner, M. Yaple. Row 4-ll. Work, C. Baupers, L. Verdecchio, M. Furman, J. McVay, ll. Boo-
singer, li. Wynn, M. Lee, E. Longo, li. Parker, V. Purce. Row 5-I. Paulson, P. Davis, J. Johnston,
A. Batdorf, l. J. Kramer, V. Bigley, V. Slater, C. Wctzel, M. Dobosiewig. J. Palling, B. Schmitt, J.
Linhait, M. Vandever, A. Christenson.
The Student Senate, under the leadership of two fine presidents, Joseph Senger
and Donald MacPherson, has gone far toward forwarding the ideals of democracy and
leadership in Academy.
The Senate, once just a dream cherished by the students, has developed into a well
organized, smoothly moving, indespensible unit of government. lt has carried on
morally, spiritually, and financially, the duties of a democracy and has completed the
The Senate for the year l94l can be justly proud of its record for it has been suc-
cessful in all its undertakings. It has been the instigator of some necessary reforms in
our school and, in general, has fulfilled its main resolve, to be the true representative of
the student body.
Wafiona! .Honor ociefy
President ,,,.... ..g., ... S tanley Shaw-Paul Heberle
Vice President .i.. - - -Carol Davis-Doris Greiner
Secretary ......e. .,ee, E leanor Epp-Miriam Tate
Treasurer .i..,.,....e.,e,,e.e,., Leland Batdorf-Don Patton
The Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society under its able leader, Miss
Hunt, has had a very active year: in November, the Society joined Vincent, East, and
Tech in a banquet, in December, it delivered baskets to nine needy families, in January,
it inducted twenty-four new members on the qualifications of character, scholarship,
leadership, and service. During the year, Academy-engraved stationery was sold and
the proceeds formed the base of the Society's annual prize awarded to two tenth grade
students, exemplary in the characteristics of the senior organization. A social gathering
and impressive spring ceremony were planned.
Row 1-D. Greiner, D. Busche, E. Epp-Secretary, L. Batdorf-Treasurer, S. Shaw-President, C.
Davis-Vice President, Y. Cokefair, J. Maclnnes, M. Hutchison, M. Tate. Row 2-C. Shapiro, R.
Yaple, J. Kerr, C. Campbell, B. Woodward, B. McManus, B. McKeen, M. Steadman, D. Smith, J.
Heinzelman, K. Egler. Row 3-D. MacPherson, W. Wright, D. Patton, G. Schnell, B. Bright, M.
Simmons, P. Heberle, D. Crawford, N. Frazier, W. Kramer. Row 4-R. Swain, R. Liebel, W. Lester,
D. Shay, B. Andersen.
Row 1-W. DeVette, C. Wilt, J. Raymond, B. Hoffman, J. Senger, N. Baltus, M. Jobes, J. Pfadt.
Row 2-D. Greiner, C. Davis, J. Mattis, M. Decker, J. Sheldon, P. Sullivan, D. Greiner, B. Yaple.
Row 3-M. Tate, A. Yarbenet, l. Brown, D. Crossley, E. Heibel, S. Berry. B. Himmel, M. Saeger, R.
To prepare with much forethought and consideration, to present to the best of
their ability, and finally, to distribute the book among the students, these are the duties
of the entire Academe Staff.
The staffs, this year, have tended to guide, informally, the theme of the book towards
the cultural development in our school. Through this theme, the staff has endeavored
to develop a phase of school life, never before considered.
With this purpose in mind, the Academe Staff has presented the 1941 Academe,
firm in their belief that it will meet with the approval of all its readers.
Seated-Mrs. Howe, D. Taylor, J. Kerr, H. Harpst. Standing-Y. Cokcfair, D. Carlson, M. Bliven,
J. Pettibone, lVl. Bentley.
The Library Stall' stands as a symbol of courtesy and helpfulness in our school.
The members of this staff apply for positions each semester, and are chosen by Mrs.
Howe, our librarian. A few members of the staff are present every period of the day and
it is their duty to carry on such work as, checking books in and out, arranging shelves,
guiding students to the right books, and in general, carrying out minor duties in the
library. The experience that is acquired on this staff has helped many Academy grad-
uates, in college, to become assistants in college libraries.
Row 1-E. 0'Connell, V. Nellis, B. Specter, N. Casper, K. Egler. llow 2-M. Paradine, D. Jeffery,
J. Lawers. G. Mello. Standing-Mr. lladder, G. Schncll, A. Alward, P. Heberle, .l. Wilkinson, A.
Riley, H. Lefaiver, H. Foster, W. Saunders, L. Winters.
The i'Star," Academyis first and only school paper, has been with Academy for
twenty-one years. During that twenty-one years the 6'SLar" has not swerved from its
unerring course,-the excellent presentation of school news, how and when Academy
students want it. The '6Star," this year, has instigated some worth-while social reforms
in the school, besides presenting three successful dances and two novel assemblies. They
also guided the campaign that resulted in the erection of the beautiful "AN that hung
in front of the school during the last Christmas season, and aroused so many favorable
comments from both townsfolk and tourists. This "An will hang in front of the school
in future Christmas seasons and possibly during the football season. Then it will be
decorated with blue and gold lights.
This yearis administration of the "Star" has proclaimed the HStar" to be a paper,
"of the students, by the students, and for the students!"
"We must be doing something to be happyi' wrote Hazlitt many years ago, and the same principle
is true today. It is for this reason that clubs first found a place in Academy life. At first clubs and
other extracurricular activities were excluded from the school hours, in the last few years, however,
there has been a definite trend toward the development of hobbies. Such clubs as the Press Club,
Hobby Club, Cheerleader's Club, Cinema Club, Camera Club, Senior Sportsman's Club, and many
others have been introduced and have attracted an enthusiastic following.
Last year the club program in general was reorganized in order to put more emphasis on junior
activities. More study halls have been arranged for senior students, and the larger clubs are again
after-school affairs. This does not signify defeat for the club program, on the contrary, it indicates
such an overwhelming success that it is impossible to include one weekly club period.
The Junior Pied Cross of Academy is a good example of the service these groups are doing all
over the country. Mr. Cofini's classes this year made sleds and other wooden toys for crippled children.
Miss Schaper's classes have sewed plump, stuffed animals and cuddly rag dolls for the children at the
School for the Blind in Pittsburgh, Pa. Covers for the braille books of the blind have been made by
Miss Lord's art classes.
When the call came from the National Headquarters for wearing apparel to clothe war victims,
Academy readily responded. Miss Williams classes plied their needles in gay, sturdy little dresses,
Miss Badger's and Miss Bateson's clubs learned to knit and crochet, and soon sweaters, caps, socks,
layettes, wash clothes, bathrobes, and boy's shirts were being packed and shipped.
We are justly proud of Academy's Junior Red Cross, the soldiers of peace.
Row 1-J. Callahan, F
Nichols, M. Gardner, M
Vice President, K. Kaul'
bauer, I. Marciniak, L
Gifford, M. J. Carr, S
V. Benz, D. Hermann, A
Chamberlain, J. Ciukaj
I. Amann, K. Jepson, B
Treasurer, P. Buehler-
President, A. M. Nuber-
man, .l. Quarato, J. Matti-
son. Row 2-B. J. Can-
nova, D. Blair, J. Young-
Hill, J. Emery. Row 3-
Maynard, J. Perry, O.
Row 1fA. Mclntyrc, H.
Swanson, V. Nelson, M.
Mimmers, A. Schroedcr,
man, M. Blair, P. Kenyon,
B. Benner. Row 2fD.
Nick, D. ltay, L. Gradler,
A. lfnde, lVl. Cunningham,
G. Blakeslcy, M. Jenkins,
.l. Demuling, B. Corney.
D. Lucas. Row 3-S.
Bucttner, D. Stuczewski.
V. Anderson, C. Foht, .l.
Raymond, C. O'Shay, A.
Conklin, A. Conklin, E.
White, M. Staugin, E.
Lang, J. French, M. Sims.
Miss Mohney, S. White-
.len-.xui lgouncf ZLL
Like other clubs of its type, the Teen-Hi Bound Table is growing in popularity, its principle is
that students need advice not found in textbooks. Under the supervision of Miss Mollney, these
girls present for discussion such personal topics as etiquette, appropriate costumes for certain occasions,
boy and girl relationships, and personality traits. Magazine articles and books by accepted authorities
are used for reference, but the opinions of each student are enthusiastically received and considered.
Row 1-ll. Jenkins, B
llesch, W. Holland, J.
man. How ZSB. Camp-
bell, J. lloscquist, J.
Swift, B. Horn, C. Swahn,
A. Boskowski, S. A.
Schwab, .l. Matthews, B.
Paterson, W. Lund. liow
3-V. hflaurer, S. Anipz,
V. liarnett, E. Curry, D.
Andrejewski, ll. Akus, S.
Iiobhins, .l. lling, C.
Miller, A. Kopycinski, P.
Yaple. Row 4fR. Petcrs,
Hikki, .l. Dietzcl, G. Haus-
Thcil. I.. Task, H. Sta
Yaplc, B. Ahenger.
The recently organized Amateur Club, of which Mr. Swahn, is advisor, was instituted for the
purpose of discovering and developing amateur talent for our high school assemblies. Following a
unique Major Bowe's plan, the club endeavors to overcome the embarrassment and self-consciousness
of student players by repeated performances before familiar audiences. All types of talent are rep-
resented ln the club: elocutionists, vocalists, tap and classical dancers, pianists, instrumentalists, and
dramatists. The climax of their year is the assembly program they have planned. With the ex-
istence of such clubs as this, Academy can expect more and better varied programs in the future.
IC. Beach, S. Grcnz, A
M. Davis, D. Conway l
WOJ Ctl'l6! gulf!
Row 1-P. Leahy, T. Fortin. H. Dieter, G. Wagner, W. Hollinger, G. Minadeo, T. Marther, L. Fay, C. lVIiller. Row
2-G. Schloss, R. Seelingcr, .l. Mann. J. Cintz. D. Schmitt. D. Sims, W. Nelson, ll. Lindahl.
H Mankoski W Anderson I Doehrel B inhuman ei
Row 3-lVl. Sonthcimcr,
. ' .' , . . .' , ,, . , . . : ' uh '. F. Mibs, W. Hunter, VV. Persons,
H. Geisaka. D. lVlacPherson. D, Bunting, C. Barnett, li. Watson, VV. Schildmacher, L. Otis, H.
H. Hammer. Row 4-
Fornalezyk, F. Albrecht.
The Academy Rod and Gun Club was founded on the principle of better sportsmanship in field
and stream. The members of the club have endeavored to emphasize this point by frequent talks
and discussions on the conservation and restocking of fish and game.
Their's is a most commendable aim, especially today, when we in America have chosen to prac-
tically ignore most of our wildlife. So, we Wish the Academy Bod and Gun Club the best of success
in 1ts venture, firm in the realization that its program will not only beneht present sportsmen but
sportsmen of the future.
Row 1-V. Yeager. l. Frcor, L. Valimont-Vice President, V. Hobie-Treasurer, Ti. Swanson-Secretary, C. Tcrwilliger,
B. Keep. Row 2-H. Yushkexxicz, Vrllutkoski, Nl. Prylinski, l. Hammerman, H. Murosky, C. Jarzynka. A. lVlcKinney.
M. li yan. E. McConnell. Row 3-li. Seidel, A. Schultz, H. Olken, M. Bentley, Nl. Holly, B. Gorwak, .l. Clark, N.
Centner, M. llyzy.
The Ushers Club is one of the most important organizations of our school. lts members are trained
to assist at all social functions. During the past year they have been most helpful at football games,
concerts, plays, commencements, and in taking charge of checkrooms at times when checkrooms were
necessary. ln order to assist in this manner the students must learn the seating arrangement of both
the stadium and the auditorium. The members of this club have also sponsored a number of skating
parties and dances during the past year, and through the cooperation of the student body, were suc-
cessful in each of these. We, here at Academy, are glad to have a club whereby those students who are
interested, may be trained in such a way that We may be rightfully proud of our ushers whenever they
appear at any of our social functions. -
Row 1-D. Weber, H. Weber, H. Fuller, M. Bahan, I.. Crawford-Secretary, B. Seiglcr-President, D. Melzer-
Vice President, M. Bahan, M. VanArnam, S. Tanenbaum, M. Tanenbaum. Row 2-B. Hartman, B. Kinn, S. Garber,
A. Johnson, M. Kapiezak, B. Loomis, M. Greenwald. L. Tinglcy, A. John, E. Melzer. Row 3-l.. Brennan, G. Forbes,
C. Weisscrt, P. Orlando, li. Tome, A. Cain, H. Yochim, V. Kleckncr, M. Ohmer, D. Applcbcc. Row ft-D. Taylor,
G. Hudson, .l. Ericsson, .I. llubin, G. Bucher, B. VVciss, VV. liesniclai, N. Hlynsky, B. Wilson.
The Beauty Culture Club, under the direction of Miss Giltner, has a three-fold objective: the
analysis of personal assels and liabilities, the effective means of developing these assets, and the in-
crease of social success by so doing. Realizing that beauty aids have a psychological effect on the
health of the feminine mind, the club encourages the use of beauty preparations, and emphasizes the
wise choice and use of cosmetics in order to achieve the best results in health and beauty. Since a
healthy body is a most important asset, physical hygiene is also studied. The effect that these factors,
care and grooming, have upon satisfactory relationship with others is thoroughly discussed. These
girls talk over their problems in small groups, and from frank discussion, gather assurance to face
The Booster Club, with the help of its advisor, Miss Olsen, aims to promote activities of the school.
One of their principal projects during the past year was to place monitors at the stairs to see that
everyone used the correct stairways. The members of this club feel that they have been successful
in eliminating some of the confusion in lhe halls by means of this project. Another way in which
they have been most helpful was in their endeavor to encourage the boys to remove their hats when
inside the building. They have always been willing to back any worthwhile activities of our school.
Lawless, F. Amon,
Becker, M. Foster,
Tilly, G. Smith,
Russell, R. Yaple,
Bolla, B. Schwane,
Smith, N. Bevins,
Scroka. E. Tillotscn,
son, .l. Lundmark,
Griencr, .l. Foley,
Crawford, W. Hirsch.
The Dance Band Club, which is under the direction of Mr. Towns, is one of the more recently
formed clubs here at Academy. This club was organized principally to teach those students, who at
sometime might play in a dance band, how to play dance music. Most ol' its members are particularly
interested in our modern orchestras and make a study of the different styles of playing used by various
band leaders. The members of this club devote a great deal of time outside of lheir club period to
practice and have made rapid progress since the club was Hrst organized.
Chase, A. Auscio.
nock, H. Sullivan,
Pizzal. VV. Botman,
rison. A. Lopes,
.lc-rnstrom. B. Bell.
Towns, W. Mahie,
Minor. C. Klcnk.
Row 1-K. Cathers,
Struchen. Row 2-
Courteaux, J. Hazen,
5 L '
4? we wvwwevowe
Wilt, H. Hoffman. Row
4-J. Ballard, G. Gustav-
Krcspan, W. Hartman, B.
Braeder, F. Gallager, P.
Row 1-N. Barthclmes,
H. Bcdo, D. Shreve, D.
Vondcr Groben, C. Mi-
pylori, M. Treado, W.
liashcr, D. Naching. Row
2-F. Kuciski. VV. Pen-
Demirjian, L. Dinicola,
lVl. Marts. li. Fuller. Row
3-J. Schallncr. M. limer-
man. W. Divens, H. Kar-
len. ll. Yawgvr, H. Har-
lihodcs. H. Aronol'l'. Row
44-C. Miller, ll. Bean, C.
Row 1-L. Connor, T.
Boyce, B. Clarke, M.
Bayhurst, B. Bush, M.
2-E. Wright, L. Cen-
tenelli, J. Checkan, V.
Arnold, S. Davis-Vice
President, R. Webster-
Treasurer, R. Geist. Row
3-T. Bielak. R. Alex-
ander, C. Hemme, M.
Leighty, E. Getchell-
President. V. Johnson
gin Olga eI"5
The Gym Leaders Club is under the direction of Miss Meyette. This club was organized prin-
cipally to train girls to help with gym classes. Its members are taught various games that may be
played in the gymnasium and given instructions in how to teach these games. Their meetings, however,
are not entirely given over to instruction. Sometimes the girls play games among themselves and this
helps to make their club period more enjoyable. Most of these girls have leadership ability and through
their activities in this club are able to develop this ability to a greater extent.
Row 1-H. Loomis, D.
Malthaner, D. Hedges,
W. Sweet, J. Teal, T.
Manross. Row 2-D.
Ballard, J. McCullough,
M. Fioretti, D. Carlson,
Mr. Davis, F. King, V.
Parmerter, C. Mrozoski.
Row 3-R. McC0mman,
M. Allburn, H. Babe. D.
Lee, W. Knoll, R. Kuhn,
L. Plonski. D. Olowinski.
Row 4feM. Furman, A.
Pawotny, C. Witter, V.
Ostromecki. P. Hacken-
herg, ll. Marcella, K.
Amateur photography is steadily increasing in popularityg for this reason, the Camera Club is
one of Academyls most popular clubs. Under tl1e direction of Mr. Davis, the members of this club are
able to become familiar with the different types of cameras, methods employed in taking pictures, and
how to print and development their own pictures. Guest speakers from different studios have talked
to the students on modern methods of photography. This club has helped to provide a very interesting
and enjoyable hobby for its members, and for some it may have incited the desire to take up pho-
tography as a life profession.
Row 1-M. Hanley, J.
Hershberger, J. Kehl, R.
Schalf, li. Schaff, M.
Snyder, McLaughlin, A.
Farina, K. Weiss. Row
2-C. Karznia, M. Rodri-
P. Carr, P. Young.
The excellent pieces of workmanship displayed by the members of the Knitting Club are reliable
evidence of the diligence and co-operation that exists within the organization. The sweaters and
socks knitted for the Red Cross prove that the club has something to offer its members over and above
the teaching of the use of yarn and needles, and the developing of worthwhile leisure time habits.
As one of the leading clubs at Academy, it is doing a great deal toward developing in its members
those qualities of unselfishness and good will so sorely needed to retain the democratic ideals we
quez. G. Chase, M
Arnold, .I . Bright, K
Corey, A. Skinner, M
Becker, J. Steadman, ll
Lawson. Row 3-A
Smelowitz, N. Chase, E
Ziegler, G. Smith, H
Hutnyak, V. Shugardt
Row 1-ll. Peelman, E
Kubeja, N. Mattesonf
President, G. Burbules
Row 2-li. Lindsay-
Secretary, C. Campbell,
F. Ziemer, D. Zawitoski,
Miss Ruhling, A. Crosby,
L. Davis, A. Ziemer, L.
dervort, L. Thompson. J.
Cooney, T. Hedlund, M.
Mattis, .l. Schmitt, J.
Gigliottc, L. Andersen, C.
Wertzel. Row 4-C.
Pt. Smith. li. Horrigan, L.
Boldt. Row 3-J. Van-
Dciner. H. Fish, .l. Poe-sh,
Andersen, W. Quinn-
Treasurer, R. Blasco.
The chief aim of the members of the Nature Study Club is to live up to the name of their club.
'Building upon a foundation of interest stimulated in biology classes, they strive to become better
acquainted with the outdoors. They have found this a difficult task for their subject is wide and
inexhaustable, as well as interesting and enjoyable.
Last fall the members of the club took advantage of the clear autuuul nights to become star-
gazers, concentrating on Saturn and Jupiter.
They spent the winter studying the leaves and birds of this locality with the aid of a motion-
picture projector, and this spring they carried their investigation into the fields surrounding the school.
The Cinema Club is a practical organization as well as an enjoyable one for its members, who are
busy studying technical books, study guides, scripts, plays, and novels suitable for motion-picture
production. Motion-picture terminology, production, directing, acting, costuming, stage-setting, and
photography are some of the phrases of the "magic-lantern" industry in which the club takes a definite
With the purchase of a movie camera, a telephoto lens, a tripod, a titling device, and other equip-
ment, the club is making splendid progress. Better ideals and attitudes toward tl1e movies plus a
genuine knowledge of how they are made create a bond between school life and the outside world for
the active members of the club.
Row 1fM. G. Gangeml,
V. Patsy-Secretary, E.
Maurer, H. Stankavick,
l. Watson, L. Venable, H.
Vargo. Row 2AM. Had-
lock, R. Brooks, B.
Shearer, Mr. Terrence-
Adviscr, B. Mann-
Treasurer, L. Batdorf, J.
Heinzelman. Row 3-S.
Edelman, M. Muth, M.
Goard, G. Becker-Presi-
dent. S. Berry-Vice
President, E. Hcibel, V.
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In the theater, one of the most important factors for success is correct make-up. Knowing the
best types of make-up and how to use them to obtain the best characterizations is as much a part of
the theater as the footlights. The Theatrical Make-Up Club, under the supervision of Miss Demuling,
is a group of girls who are interested in the magic art of make-up, and who Wish to know as much about
lhe subject as possible. They have found that a skillful make-up adds much to the poise of an actress
and helps to give the characterization the essential reality that makes for a line performance.
Row IYL. Swain. M.
Huber, D. Petcrs-Treas-
urcr, D. Greiner-Sem
rotary, M. Dcmulingf
Sponsor, E. Blum-Presi-
dent, .l. Hoffman-Vice
President, M. Crane, I.
Przepiorski. Row 2-E.
Scalzette, D. Mangold, J.
Palmer, C. Traphagen, B.
Aubrey, R. Tozer, C.
Tarr, J. Dubay, J. God-
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In the rush and confusion of our modern school life, it would seem that the quiet,
cultural art of needle work, once considered an essential part of every girl's education,
is almost entirely overlooked. However, here at Academy, the members of the Flying
Fingers Club have set their fingers to work to prove that the useful crafts of knitting,
crocheting, embroidering, and needlepoint are still as easy to master as they were when
Grandma went to school.
The girls have knitted sweaters and scarfs, and embroidered and crocheted table
cloths that would warm the heart of the most exacting Grandma.
One of the most worthy of all our school's organizations is the Senior Debating
Club. Undoubtedly one of the best informed groups in the school, the club keeps abreast
of the times by frequently debating with other school organizations.
The team, which represents Academy in inter-scholastic debates, is partially com-
posed ofthe club's more eloquent members. This team, under the able direction of Mr.
Phillips, has compiled as enviable record debating this resolution in competition-
"Should the powers of the central government be increasediw
A student who participates in an active club such as this receives a multitude of
advantages. He learns to formulate sound logical opinions, to present them forcefully,
to make the best use of vocabulary, and to present his arguments in a convincing manner.
The club is to be congratulated for its fine work in the past year.
Miss Weiris Camera Club teaches the student the correct technique of taking
pictures. Lectures and field trips are the main vehicles used in the diffusion of the
knowledge of photometry.
The large, active membership is not surprising when one considers the popular
appeal of photography. A few of the many technical operations are explained-enough
to arouse interestksmall enough to enable a systematic assimilation of the principle.
Many who participate in this club become imbued with the subject and become
ardent candid camera fans-"The worst possible view of everything." The purpose of
the club is to arouse interest in this great science, and to explain its more intricate phases.
Judging by its many active members, the club has not failed in its purpose.
Row 1-K. Crowe, C. Pifer, P. Kienholz, J. Sullivan, Miss Bauschard, L. Balter, R. Marcella, A. Betts.
Row 2-I. Popielasy, R. Alexander, J. McLaughlin, A. Chaffee, A. Church, M. Yates, M. Piatrowski.
Row 3-L. Conner, E. Bedner, J. Yartica, D. Grise, L. Kaverman, N. Schak, B. Roach, S. Higgins.
All Ashore! The Cruise Club is about to embark on another of its vicarious
journeys into the lands across the waters. By taking advantage of every available
movie, speaker, and book, the club is able to give its members the benefit of another's
experiences. Miss Baushard is ever on the alert to contact good outside speakers and
to keep the Cruise Club "Steamship Catalog" library up to the minute, her supply of
information seem to be inexhaustible.
A large membership endorses the excellence of the club which is their "Seeing Eye"
in all the scenic places that they could long to visit. The members alternate weekly in
the presentation of a real-life travel experience-a practice which has revealed many
excellent travelogues among the members.
, All aboard that's going aboard.
Row 1-S. Wiederhoef, A. Cacchcone, D. Miller, L. Maras, S. Manos, D. Dombrowski, S. Ives, J.
Drummond, P. Szezesny. Row 2-J. Culhane. B. Kindle, A. Chrostowski, F. Formanski, D. Slote,
B. Feasler. F. Nurnberger, L. Slomski, D. Krainski. Row 3-V. Dobrogosz, G. Snow, G. Lang, M.
Albrecht, M. Fuller, H. Krakowski, E. Kalizewski, A. Dylcwski, C. Rhodes.
The aim of the Sub-Deb Club is to develop the social poise and grace of the High
This club is a member of tl1e national organization whose headquarters are ln New
York City. Club programs, such as round table discussions, quiz programs, and short
skits, are formulated from material received from Elizabeth Woodward, the national
Sub-Deb advisor. These programs aim to improve the manners, personality, and groom-
ing of its members by discussions on conduct in school and on dates, correct dress, the
latest fashions, and ordinary manners.
Row 1-D. MacPherson-Treasurer, H. Roth, R. Deer, N. Veit, R. Liebel, D. Patton-Secretary.
W. Kramer, G. Becker. Row 2-J. Jervis, W. Schildmacher, C. Nick, M. Emerman, Mr. Leamy-
Adviser, D. Marshall-President, G. Wade, C. Williamson. J. Gintz. Row 3-G. Wagner, J. Duke,
H. Fritts, D. Schmitt, VV. Knoll, R. Foster, W. Linburg, N. Townsend, J. Demirjian. Row 4-li.
Hoffman, T. Stephens, .l. Teal, H. Ramsay, J. Senger, T. ManrosswVice President, Pt. Kibler, Pm.
Swain. Row 5-G. Stephens, D. Struchen, .l. Scott, Pm. Wholehan, W. Traut, W. Kinner, W. Hinsch,
D. Shay, J. Bollard.
The Hi-Y Club is the leading Christian boy's organization in the school. Through its
affiliation with the Y. M. C. A., the club enjoys many benefits, especially the use of
the "Y" for meetings and recreation.
The Hi-Y builds character through its diversified educational, recreational, and
fraternal program. Under the supervision of Mr. Leamy and Max Darone, the club has
brought before the boys many speakers and educators who talk on a variety of vital
The weekly meetings are held in the HY "on Wednesday evenings to transact tl1e neces-
sary business. Frequent outings at the HY" camp, treasure hunts, parties, and dances
develop the boys socially into better men.
Because America looks to the future, the Hi-Y motto, 5'Clean speech, Clean sports,
Clean scholarship, and Clean living", seems to eloquently say, "Good boys make Good
Row 1!P. Ernst, S. Cooper, M. Bannister-Program Chairman, V. Johnson-Secretary, J. Rosenthal-
Treasurer, L. Christoph. Row 2-P. Graham. G. Hicks, W. Telega, Mrs. VonKorff-Adviser, .D.
Schwab, C. Carey, M. Arnold. Row 34M. Daugherty, G. Jones, L. Cooper, V. Heim. P. Herbstrltt,
6'Down with Wallflowersv is the motto of the Charm Club. The members of this
club aim to make the most of their good points and to correct their less favorable fea-
tures. By learning the proper care of the hair, skin, and teeth as well as proper clothing,
the girls attempt to rid themselves of self-consciousness and indifference to appearance.
Through well-planned programs, the members accustom themselves to proper con-
duct while in company with their elders or with the opposite sex. Slang is taboo with
these girls who follow the straight and narrow path of correct speech.
Row IAM. Paradine, B. Pfister, B. Specter, L. Winters, Mr. Badder, P. Heberle, A. Alward, E.
O'Connell, N. Casper, H. Hodas. Row 2-K. Wagner, A. Volk, E. Zawistowski, M. Hafenstiner,
B. Nagle, I. Weber, M. A. Tellers, B. Schuwerk, B. Scherrer. E. Schroeder. Row 3-H. Dubinski,
3 ?aczek, C. Stetter, V. Walczak, E. Kilburn, R. Heberle, J. Lawers, B. Duberow, B. Niebauer, E.
The Press Club, a stepping stone to the Star Staff, aims to acquaint its members with
the fundamentals of journalism. Students who are interested in this field, get their first
experience by publishing the "Hilltopper,,' the club paper which comes out during
The members of this club cover and Write up the important club activities, also the
purposes and accomplishments of the various clubs.
The Hilltopper cooperates with the clubs in advertising their social functions, and
during the past year assisted the Star Staff in erecting the HA" which decorated the
school at Christmas time.
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Row 1-B. Weiss, B. Shapiro, D. Greiner, H. Engesser, S. Little, D. Melzer, A. Ziemer, A. M. John,
J. Mattis, R. Schmitt, F. Ziemer, M. Tanenbaum, S. Tancnbaum. Row 2-Miss F. Gruber-Adviser,
E. Carlson, J. Pulling, J. Loesch-Treasurer, M. Decker-Historian, N. Baltus, Phyllis Kihler, B.
Woodward-President, B. Linder-Vice President, E. Blum, C. Shapiro, D. Greiner-Secretary, G.
Mello, J. Coleman, li. Herscovitz. Row 3-M. Barthelmes. E. Grenz, P. Ernst, G. Eckman, C. Vander-
vort, C. Traphagen, B. Nagele, G. Corncval, P. Szczesny, L. Maras, M. Steadman, W. J. Steadman,
V. Anderson. D. Cyzeski. Row 4--E. Henningson, R. Trapp, R. Bolla, J. Hoffman, G. Holland, H.
Murray, G, Fleming, B. Frank, G. Snoss, M. Erickson, A. Ende, J. Callahan, M. R. Recker, R. Geist,
D. Robie, D. Busche, C. Davis, .l. Sheldon. Row 5-V. Colman, J. Hammond, L. Weigand, R. McManus,
S. Leonard, D. Melzer, Carol Wilt, D. Hairnsolm, M. Lund. C. Tarr, V. Bowen, M. Mahoney, A. Walezak,
S. Grenz, B. Mix, K. Egler. B. Shearer, B. .l. Steirner, N. .l. Bevens. Row 6-D. M. Gifford, J. Maclnnes,
M. Jacobs, Y. Cokefair, M. Shearer, D. Foy. F. Crawford, E. Fehur. R. Kienhalz, M. Hutchison, M.
Dick, P. Young, B. Paterson, V. Robie, D. Smith, Shirley Schlecht, G. Delamater.
"To Iind and give the best" is the purpose of the Girl Reserves. This organization
was started sixty years ago by a group of twenty girls and since that time has increased
its membership until today its enrollment includes thousands of girls all over the World.
The annual Mid-Winter Sectional Conference, which was held in Erie, made this
an especially eventful year. Girl Reserves from Pennsylvania and New York State
participated in the conference.
Ready for service at all times, the members have helped witl1 such worthy projects
of the Bundles for Britian, the Greek Relief, and the Needy Girl Fund. At each com-
mencement this club presents the 5'Character Cupu to a girl in the graduating class who,
during her High School career, has excelled in character, leadership, and service.
Row 1-M. Felix, V. Holland, J. Colman, L. Blackman, L. Petreauin, D. Metzger, E. Carlson, A.
Fitzgerald, .l. Humrod. Row 2-B. Saylor, G. Hunser, J. Wilconson, M. Rafferty, D. Herzog, D. Fey,
S. Kociolowski, A. Woeckner, Miss Hoffman-Advisor. Row 3-S. Runser, M. Portz, H. Engesser,
S. Little, M. Sausai, C. Kaiser, M. Karr, T. Truitt, A. Sopp, J. Johnson. Row 4-V. Markey, E.
Fehrer, M. Randall, M. Olrien, G. Krieder, A. Mancuos. T. Spulnick, G. Carneval, F, Crawford.
What plays a more important part in the daily life of the average girl than her
appearance and conduct? If she knows that she is properly dressed and behaving like
a lady, her confidence in herself and in her surroundings is greatly increased. She is
poised and balanced, sure of herself 3 she enjoys her friends, and they feel more at ease
with her, for she has charm.
Most girls, however, are not born with this quality called charm, it must be instilled
in them. At this point the Sub-Deb Club plays an important role by providing op-
portunity for girls to enhance their natural charm and graciousness of manner.
Row IAJ. Mattis, P. Young, M. Dick, R. Schmitt, M. Hutchison, M. Decker, Miss Lockwood, J. Ham-
mond, M. Anderson, P. Kibler, G. Delamater, B. Linder. Row 2-S. Duda, R. Behnke, R. Fisher, P.
Miller, B. Krimmel, N. Sopp, S. Enslin, M. Simmons, E. EDD, B. McKeen. Row 3-P. Schlaudecker,
D. Busche, E. Leslie, C. Davis, M. Jacobs, C. Meyn, M. Olsen, I. Kramer, J. Pulling, J. Rupp, A.
Fortin, P. Sullivan. Row 4--V. Wiser, J. Allen, M. Steadman, B. McCaleb, B. Mix, G. Middleton,
J. Fasel, K. Egler, M. Wiser. N. Baltus, D. Haimsohn, D. Greiner.
The College Club, one of the original clubs of Academy, aims to acquaint its members
with the various colleges of the country and to present an authentic picture of college
life. The girls discuss such questions as: requirements for college entrance, expenses,
subjects and degrees offered, sororities, the social life in girls and in co-educational
schools. Students from various colleges visit the meetings and explain the advantages
of the school they attend.
At Christmas time, scrap books are made for the Louis Sheldon Preventorium.
Last fall, the members enjoyed the annual picnic which was held at Miss Lockwood's
beautiful summer home.
Sealed-N. Seyler, B. Sheldon, W. Watkins, J. Boseberry, T. Stover, E. Sehlom. Row 1-W. Thaler,
M. Benning, C. Cieter, S. Lang, J. Marchetti, J. Mowry, A. Toomey. B. Veit-Secretary, L. Schweitzer-
Sponsor, R. llandecker-President, M. Starr-Vice President. B. Wheeler, Dora Patsy, D. Rice. Row
2AC. Austin, M. Hepfinger, C. Held, D. Averill, D. Halt. M. Grumblatt, E. Cook, J. Christensen, E.
Whipple. M. Fuller, li. Bellucci. I. Bielak. I.. Heintz. .l. Madlehener. S. Schneider, l. Mussett, B. Fitz-
gerald, A. Fritz, B. Hoyt. Row 3-P. Lee, C. Jobes, D. Kelpfer, D. Nichol. B. Newcomer, B, Valentine,
P. Martin. M. Allgeier, C. Pettigrew. M. Pistory. B. Klie. V. Starks. H. Benz, M. McGovern. M. Baun,
M. Nichols, E. Smith. Row fl-B. Baldwin. G. Krahe. P. King, li. Rhodes. R. Vaccarello, A. Seigler. l.
Manross. li. Schnell. M. Driscoll, D. Sheldon, S. Torok. .l. Rodriquez, M. Anderson, G. Almquist, .l.
Tinti, I. Pude. N. Chiota. Row 5-S. Stover, E. Dahlemper, N. Weissert, V. Sittinger, E. Foster, D.
Fischer, E. Weber, B. Rentja, M. Kraft, M. Krumpack, C. Tufts. J. Vac-carello, M. Weyand.
To answer the demand for a club dediealed lo musical appreciation, the Junior
Clef Club was founded by Miss Schweitzer.
The club program consists of both semi-classical and swing music and the club
period is spiced with a variety of both these types.
Besides the enjoyment and the knowledge of music that is attained from this
organization, the members gain experience with which they can more easily decide
later courses in musical education.
Seated, Row IEW. Hiller, R. Anderson, D. Marshall. Row 2-H. Harpst, M. Riell, J. Jackson, W
Lindberg. Row 3-T. Hill, D. Patton, D. Shay, A. Bernardini, R. Brubaker, R. Foster, P. Wunz
R. Glass. Standing, Row 4-H. Mishrell, R. Nick, T. Hampel, R. Kuneman, Pt. Hammerman, R
Kleffman, R. Christoph, D. Brogdon, ll. Guerrien, E. Olowinski, Mr. Detmers. Row 5-B. Shenk
K. Stillwell, W. Lester, M. Werner, F. Seroka, D. Lindgren, S. Mifsud, R. Shreve, E. Gehrlein, P
Mifsud, B. Lipkin, R. Fioretti, B. Duddenhoeifer, V. Hemme, R. Wells, A. Heinlein.
Mr. Detmers, Academy's foremost chess enthusiast, was responsible for the crea-
tion of the Academy Chess Club.
The club, one of the veteran organizations of the school, has a two-fold purpose:
to give instructions to beginners in Chess and to improve the play of those who already
understand the game.
A tournament, with all members participating, is the main event of the year. The
members are divided into groups according to their experience and the group winners
play each other for elimination. The better players play in city-wide tournaments.
What would we do without the stage crew? During the past year, the stage crew,
under the capable direction of Mr. Bright, has given unselhshly of its time to any task,
whether it be large or small. They have played an important Hbehind-the-scene" role
in all our assemblies, classplays and school dances, and have, as a result, been an im-
portant factor in tl1e success of these occasions.
Heretofore, their valuable aid has gone practically unrecognized. Of course, they
did receive work jackets as a small measure of appreciation, but now we realize that We
owe them a generous vote of thanks.
Row 1-D. Higgins, D. Wfucnschel, M. Sutter, F. Coughlin, YV. Brown, E. Hinkler. Standing-
.l. Monkowski, lVlr. .l. Bright. 4
machine .Slap ana! Wafiona! leknde
Academy leads on! Since the national defense problem started, Academy has been
doing its utmost to assist the government.
The United States Government has called for more machinistsg Academy has
answered by training machinists in our line machine shop.
Academy has also given up her large, well-equipped wood shop for the benefit of
National Defense. The National government will install new and modern lathes in
the wood shop, and, after tl1e defense work is over, all the equipment used, which will
amount to about 3100,000, will be donated to our school alone, for the purpose of train-
ing machinists during more peaceful periods.
Left lo Right-D. Corey, A. Jcsuc, H. Schersching, E. Ceislak, A. Yesko, R. Lacey, E. Haupt, Mr.
Cirahamilnstructor. J. Green, VV. Kuhne, A. Johneson,LlVI. Lamacchia, E. Bernat. H. Wlilliams, F.
Polaski. J. Prosperi, R. Kraus, li. Pettigrew, D. Fasco.
Nlaclune Shop Orthogenics General Shop
Row 1-J. Leonardi, N. Torrance, B. Bean, G. Stephan, W. Hose, D. Cianllocco, J. Hesch, A. Mele,
W. Kinner, E. Avril, A. Rhodes. Row 2-N. Wilcox, R. Kline, F. VVelz, li. Barron, C. Crocker, C.
Wanos, J. Gintz, B. Cooney, W. Blakeslee, J. Bilski, C. Stoops, E. Carey. Row 3fW. Leslie, S. Cavic-
chio, G. Hiller, J. Buseck, G. Schroeder, J. French, J. Matteson, J. Sullivan, J. Emery, B. Kaufmann,
G. Aduitori, H. Malaszek, M. Frost, H. Melzer, C. Kaiser. How 4-D. Jarquel, A. McKinney, J. Clark,
G. Carneval. B. Tozcr, E. Scalzette, L. Schlecht, V. DcNardo, E. Volgstadt, M. Schauerman, M.
Albrecht, E. Mcliean, E. Anderson. S. Manos, l. Kodak. Row 5-M. Greenwald, D. Mclzer. D.
Faulkner, B. Frame, N. Lechner, F. Ziemer, B. Nagele, H. Healy, B. Fischer, M. Fuller, V. Hasenohrl,
l. Hammerman, C. Terwilliger, E. Melzer, V. Nellis, R. Seigler. Row 6-L. Buman, D. Morse, J.
Senger, S. Berry, W. Sandsbiom, L. Higgins, H. Lefaiver, D. Yawger, Pu. Wholehan, H. Bose, B. Shrcve,
D. Lindgren, T. Franzkoski. Row 7 -B. Paterson, Fi. Schaal, M. Obcr, H. Slater, L. Ulrich, H. Tucker,
T. Crane, P. Harkness, R. Smith, C. Witter, L. Doehrel, H. Latimer, B. Finney, H. Slamski.
iaa anner A Woniford
The monitor force is a large but efficient organization, so efficient that very little is
heard about it. In seven shifts of sixteen each-a shift for every period and two for fourth
periodfthe monitors quietly guard our portals. A round, gold and blue badge signifies
a monitor, this badge must be worn by the monitor until he is relieved by the monitor of
the next shiftg thus, the guard is constant.
Door monitor number one is captain of his force. He is responsible for the conduct
and attendance of the other monitors, and for the collection of the attendance slips. The
duties of the monitors include checking on the people entering and leaving the building,
conducting strangers to the office, and being generally helpful to anyone who needs aid.
Besides the regular monitor force, there are two other types of monitors: the cafeteria
monitors and the office assistants. The duties of the former are to keep trafhc in the
cafeteria untangled, the aisles clear, and general conduct creditable. The office as-
sistants, of which there are eighteen, run errands, receive phone calls, and help the office
force as much as possible.
Row 1-M. G. Gangemi, J. Vitelli, A. Weber, E. Frank, Mr. Torrance, H. Engesser, J. Drummond,
I. Schultz. Row 2-B. Fesslu, S. Little, S. Garber, R. Bindseil, V. Arnold, M. Saeger, S. Robbins,
A. Heinlein. Row 3-R. Dudenhoefer, V. Hemme, R. Geisaka, R. Luther, E. Horrigan, C. Nick,
T. Guarino, J. Davidson, J. Hartwell, C. Barnett.
The Movie period at Academy High recently celebrated its first anniversary.
Already we have enjoyed such major productions as 6'Let George Do Iti' and "Cross-
roadsf' Since nearly two thousand students daily attend the four movie periods, it
was necessary to establish some system of efficiency. The movie monitors was tl1e
solution. This staff of ninety students was chosen from volunteers of the third and fourth
study periods. They collect fees, tabulate customers, guard the exists, and maintain
discipline in the audiences. Under the supervision of Mr. Torrance, they have become
a vital part of Academy life.
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'Lu GULF OIL PRODUCTS
R 0 Phone 25-689 859 E. 8th St.
The kind that Mother used to make
On Sale at your Neighborhood Store!
Bottled by the
DRINK-5101! BEVERAGE CU.
1801 German St. Phone 23-246
TH If VADIITY
'tErie'S Only Dry Night Spot"
SKINNER ENGINE CO.
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B A K E R ' S
Style Headquarters for Young Men
fr FASHION PARK CLOTHES jFIRTEag:A'A:ZIZHOES
H ARROW SHIRTS 2 REVERE SWEATERS
M STETSON HATS I
HART, SCHAFFNER 8: MARX CLOTHES
I S A AC B A K E R
Slate Street aI Seventh
CONGRATULATIONS! e"'I'SB"RGHi'a'UUF'Ul0 5
K I EQ EIT
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laurel 395,11 Iiemeterp A I aa
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on the Grubb Road TRANSPORTATION co.
COne mile south of Ridge Roadj Girard, Penna-
The Mueller Ant Cover Sz Binding Co.
2202 Superior Avenue
THE STANDARD STUKER COMPANY, INC.
Q1 0 f '49
918 Peach St.
SHOES BY I. MILLEII
BOILERS - RADIATORS
Suits- 516-50 and 318-50-Topcoats
D. H. MCQUISTON
PENN MUTUAL LIFE
304 Marine Bank Building
Q Q wx Qtvyl GREETING CARDS
'- gl For All Occasions
I' OP 727 Peach Street
lm' l Erie, Pa.
Your Residence can Graduate into
a comfortable, efficient Home
by the Installation of
CAPITOL ROCK WOOL
ATLAS-ERIE SUPPLY CO.
1432 Chestnut St. 22-248
O. C. THAYER 8: SON
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DISTINCTIVE FASHIONS f
For the most
asc S TAY 5 E
This is the name all
fashion wise Women
look for in their clothes.
.3 Phone 84-294-
51 p- suNNv Acnss
it RIDING ACADEMY
4? Learn lo Ride and Keep Fit
xfrk .f L. E. ULRICII
fd! Harhorcreek, Pa.
EASEADE IUUNDRY CU.
REED ANSIIULTZ, hlgr.
10th and Peach Streets
The Ballroom offers facilities for
New Colonial Room
fNul. oval' 80 l'ersunsl
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the best lcnown name in paper
Since 1898, Hammermill has manufactured
papers for American business.
For nearly thirty of those years, Hammermill
Bond and other Hammermill papers have
been advertised consistently and con-
tinuously, so that today the Hammermill
trademark means good paper in the minds
of millions of people in the United States
and in many Foreign countries.
Hammermill papers, made in Erie by Erie
men and women, live up to that reputation.
HAMMERMILL PAPER COMPANY
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EERIE BUSINESS COLLEGE
The Outstanding School of Northwestern Pennsylvania for Accounting
and Secretarial Training
College Grade Courses Expert Teaching Stall' Modern Equipment
Exceptional Placement Record A Cood Position for Every Graduate
Visit the school. Call 23-814 or write for a catalog.
220 West Ninth Street
Auto Insurance for Less
A Home Industry
61112 Ztlnlle Bras. Gln.
116-124 West 10th Street
Established April 12, 1888
ERIE DAILY TIMES
Erie's Successful Newspaper
110 YV. 10th St. Phone 23-281
It gives you pep-
It gives you zest-
Sanitarg Farms Ilairg
Sassafras at Thirteenth
NUBLUE SUNCDCO MOTOR FUEL
SUNCDCO A TO Z LUBRICATIGN
U. S. Tires Phone
and Batteries 63-432
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Classes of 194-l
Un their Splendid
And wish them
1 ISU 81State Streets
Erie's Paint Authority Says:
TO I f
THE GRADUATING ff
CLASS OF -
The Paint House ' la' ,
of Better Service sg
ERIE PAINT CO.
Cor. 14th and State Sts.
JOIN THE . . .
Y. M. C. A.
Blake if your downtown
14 E. 10th St. Erie, Pa.
ADAMS AND STREUBER'S
Cor. Sth and East Ave.
Cor. 8th and Cascade Sts.
Member of the Guild
Prescription and Manufacturing
Pumps - Water Systems - Water Softeners Where the Price is Right
UN IFLOW MFG. CO. Phone 22382
ERIE- PA- 104 west 9th sf. Erie, Pa.
ERIE MADE PRODUCTS
BETTER DRUG STORES
Prescriptions Our Specialty
We use the best drugs and chemicals
and em l '
p oy the best reglstered
men that money can hire.
Bring your next prescri ti
p on to one
of the Eckerd Drug Stores
AND SAVE MONEY
24-727 D 24-728
RALPH R. RIEHL
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
29 East 9th Street
EXTRA DRY GINGER ALE
Full Line of Flavors
extend their congratulations
and good wishes
Phone 26-767 121
8 Parade St.
MILK, CREAM, ICE CREAM
ERIE COUNTY MILK ASS'N
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Metric Metal Works
American Meter Co., Inc.
A EHJOY Alan and Morril Bauman
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANERS
140 West Fourth St.
3330 Peach St. Dial 99-691 Dial 26-445
Conzplilrzerlls of 6 4
Lovell M3HHf3CtU1'iHg Company
. I ll Makers of
e Pressure Cleaners CWringersj - Rubber Rolls
Mouse and Rat Traps
..... .... Ice Hockey Sticks I
,V 7 , Business is a Projiiabie Profession
ERIE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Specialists in Business Training
Approved by the Pennsylvania Committee on Standards and Ethics
of Approved Business Schools
Placement ot graduates, 98fZ3.
Tuition Reasonable Faculty is State Certified
State at Eighth St.
Office 22-644 T. D. KRUM, Pres. Res. 98-179
Heyl Physicians Supply Co.
TD Cy LAU N DIQY
416 State Street
CifVZcQa1aneU glioto diuciio
COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT
Official Photographers at East High School
LAUTERBACH BAKERY, Inc.
QUALITY BAKED GOODS
121 E. 21st Street
Phone 75- 177
8th and Peach Streets
DAKA PAPER CQ.
Agents for HAMMERMILL and other leading mills
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Paper f Paper Products f Twine
A Complete Line oi printing papers
Office and Warehouse: 321 State Street
Diamonds Established 1862 Watches
Protect Your Most
JEWELER5 Valuable Possession-
25 West 9th Street
JEWELRY - SILVEBWARE
Visil our Gif! Deparlmeni
Erie F. T. 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
DR. R. VV. SHEPARD
113 West 11th St.
35 Years of Helpful Eye Service in Erie
Eobn V. Qrbultg Qin.
20 E. 8th
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Especially Selected Foods
Packed for Hotels,
Samples and Quotations Cheeffully
-OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE-
N. Y. C. 8: St. L. R. R. and Wallace St.
ERIE FORGE CO.
A Erie, Pa.
American Hollow Boring Co.
Hollow Bored Forgings
Office and Works:
19th and Raspberry Streets
Jacob I-laller Company
P. O. Box 898
FELHEIM LUMBER CO.
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"The Sfudenfs' Favorife Rendezvous"
Plan Your Social Parties at
The Best of Bands at Popular Prices
Phones: 32-102 and 32-402
Temple Banquet Room
LUNCHES, CARD PARTIES
AND DINNER DANCES
ERIE SPORT STORE
A FULL LINE OF SPORTING GOODS
723 State Street
ABBATES F000 MARKET
263 East 4th St.
Lynch Camera Shop
"If it's worth While, we have it."
27 W. 11th Street
LAWRENCE MFG. C0
953 E. 12th Street
'A' 'A' 'A'
. . . . ALWAYS
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TRASK, PRESCCTT 8. RICHARDSON CO.
First Quality Merchandise
L. PRESS 89' CO.
210-1216 s S
1SP0BfHN5aE05ESt LEU SGHLAUIJEGKER cn
SPORTSWEAR 25 E. 8th street
Compliments of Erie, Pa.
The llumptumeter School INSURANCF OF ALL KINDS
722 Commerce Building SURPJTY BONDS
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UNION - PURE
Ice Delivery Company
Fu n lure of Quality
,: BROS: Fimlll1'URE c0 ,',j, c, ' '
' H, DAMDE AY lin-...EWR DA. - :
1' o e ' en 's ric "- I
Oui film 1'lxgl1Rl:D1f k
"Always Buy the Best"
"Erie's Finest Made"
Ice Cream, Sherbets, Fancy
Moulds and Specialties
Factory and Salesroom
503 East 8th Street
Or Your Neighborhood Dealer
ARTHUR F. SCHULTZ
1029 State SL. 1616 Parade St.
F' i f leen
"1-1-'--'-" 1 9 4 1 , ,
Compliments of Compliments of
, C, KRAMER CARL G. WRIGHT
J FURRIER RealEstate, lllortgages and Insurance
11 WV. 8th St. lNlARINEI5l3g,kl,EllILDING
JAC K I2 D0 ST MEISER .S Frne. Foods
omplete Llne of Dlabetlc Foods
ID 0 'J G' I-1 N 'J Try olu' Home Made Mayonnaise
Phone 42-312 and French Dressmgs
818 Peach Sl. Phone 23-637
WHITE SWAN FARMS
Ea! at the Milk Bar.
Pl I h , B ll H'd SJ.
CO- Hill llr:r:eZir1El,l:e lllfriloils. I M
Pa' KJLMMJEL s SON
"Shoes and Hosiery that Wear"
Cor. 17th and Sassafras Sls.
ERIE RESISTOR CORP.
Phone C6-128 A. O. JOHNSTON, Mgr.
12th St. SKATING RINK
The Cwnle of qiefinement
12th and French
EVENINGS 8 TO ll:00 IVIATINIQES 2 TO 4:30
Except Mon. Tues.- Thurs.- Sun.
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Established 1852 Incorporated 1897
JARECKI MFG. CO.
Pipe Fittings Valves and Cocks Pipe Threading Machines
Compressor Governors Pipe Vises
Oil, Gas and Water Well Supplies
Pipe Cut and Threaded to Order
Franlc Sclwauble Studios
113 West 10th Sc.
BELL 84 HOWELL ll . ll AGPA
Across from the Times
Movie CAMERAS Phone 24-269 KoDAKs
W' off' www'-
'nu ' Qu oocsz5x,Swqx
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3 'ff U'
' 1008 Parade St.
1004- East 6th St.
Continental Rubber Works
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Plan t Store:
, HILL-MILL DAIRY STORES
2521 Peach St.
119 East 12th St.
501 West 4th St.
24 N. Park Row
212 East 8th St.
ongfzatutations TCEIHE RADUATES 7
from ERIE'S LEADING BUSINESS MEN
Richard H. Beyer
leweler-28 West 8th St.
Hartleb's Ice Cream Bar
8th and Cranberry Sts.
G. J. Gebhardt Coal 8: Coke Co.
For Dustless Fuel-Phone 22-217
Silver's Auto Parts Co.
134 West 3rd St.-Phone 22-180 or 22-510
460 West 12th St.-Phone 59-463
E. and A. Doubet
lewelers-202 East 10th St.
Darling Flower Shoppe
Corsages and Cut Flowers
108 West 7th St.
Ford E. O'De11
leweler-24 West 10th St.
Zink the Cleaner
Ray Felbinger-Esso Dealer
W. 8th at Delawaree-W. 6th at Viaduct
Herbert A. Carr 8: Son
2022 West 8th St.-Phone 25-665
Priscilla's Cape Cod Kitchen
West Lake Road at Peninsula Drive
Priscilla Biers Shop
120 West 8th St.
Dale Williams' Music Shop
1015 State St.
Linn's Beauty Salon
18 West 10th St.
Conkeys Grocery and Meat Market
1144 West 8th St.-Phone 23-227
Harry E. Mueller
Keyman-14 East llth St.
The Den Restaurant-tAmos Flintl
9th and Peach Sts.
The Gertrude Driscoll Shop
2326 Peach St.-Phone 72-390
Geo. A. Friedrichs
Art and Religious Goods
2324-26 Sassafras St.
Bakeryf723 West 29th St.-Phone 92-272
Hamilton Car and Lumber Co. 1
17th and Raspberry Sts.-Phone 24-509
The Giftcraft Shop
727 Peach St.
Stadler's Shoe Service
Quality Higher than Price
504 West 8th St.
Fromknecht and Heidecker Milk Co.
1527 West 26th St.
Johnson Grill and Pancake Shop
Samuel H. Shepard
Insurance of All Forms
509 Marine Bank Bldg.-Phone 26-755
Dist. Rep.-Union Iron Works
Trost Shoe Shoppe
14 West 8th St.-Phone 24-670
Hazel Daly Yeager Shop
30 West 8th St.-Phone 23-734
Lawrence Cleaners and Dyers
402 West 3rd St.-Phone 22-987
Thomas' Jewelry Store
Gitts for All Occasions-8 West 8th St.
"Recognized tor Quality"
1028 Cherry St.
Shapter's Mobile Service
Radio Sale and Service
8th and Kahkwa
Paul T. Allen Co.
Ulnsurance For Every Need"
207-208 Masonic Temple-Phone 24-941
Hoffman for Bicycles
362 West 8th St.
Sprowls Ice Cream
426 Cherry St.
We can't make all the Ice Cream
So we just make the best.
Central Market-Phone C60-36
Miss Lord's Shop
Distinctive Home Furnishing
137 West 9th St.
Ba-Bee Pastry Shoppe
M709 Peach St. and 12th St. Market
Kraus Dept. Store
810-814 Parade St.
C. C. French
leweler and Optometrist
15 West 8th St.
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This IS Commencement I
You have prepared your mind to
learn . . . Now, on to college . . . or the
beginning of a career in business or
ln spite of troubled times and un-
certainty, these United States offer
more opportunity today than ever
before. A good rule is m Keep your
eyes and ears open .. mouth shut...
mind alert.. .and hands busy. Make
friends! Then you will learn how to
influence people. Be happy as Well
as dependable. Your success will be
in just proportion to your efforts.
THE ERIE METER SYSTEMS, INE. URGANIZATIUN
East Strong Vlncent
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Thirty-lhree Years of Continued Service
lo the Alhleieseof Er1ielfI1lglLSchool.Le he
palace Hdiawdie H6056
C LOTH ES
The NZ1tlOIl,S Stzmdard of
Quality, Style and Value
UNICN 1521: WORKS 1941 GRADUATES
, a- We offer
Times do change !
ln years to come, when you look at this
book wor1't all these pictures and "ads"
seem funny to you? Yes-times do change!
Liberty at Eighth Street
A LIBERAL DISCOUNT
ON ALL PURCHASES
11 BALWAHDS phone
W. 9th St. 63-145
MK'f'ART1' P Cn., INC If P
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