Academy High School - Academe Yearbook (Erie, PA)

 - Class of 1943

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Nancy Singer Corinne .NIIZIIIIS Barbara Bo w 0 n llil-hard Brown Dolores Chester Doris An n Donald Edward Zawistorski Zanic-wski Zbicrski Zimmer Zuraw Prcsslcy Edward Dorothy llary Robert Campbell Carlcr Curtis Driscoll Ebish Audrey Nathaniel Hubert Rudolph Thomas Green Katz Kilburn Krunlpack lwilliren N inely-Iwo Phyllis Ruth llarry Huy Shirln-3 I'1ll Nagle- Roth Sc-lu-l's1'lling Sllilllvl Ninely-lhrve N mmm qf l'1Cl.S'NllIfllP.S' in llw .s'el'1'1'1'e.s' .lune Senior Activities Aduitori. Doris-A im. Private Secretary- Sub-Deb Club. Girl Reserves. Ahnell, I':l'llll+:l1iI71. Agriculturalist- Radio. Military Tactics. Prom Committee. Allgeier. Eleanor-.Al im. Success- Camera Club. Red Cross Club. Consumers Club. Amicucei. I,3l2ll'llf'lliI7.'lI.Hl. Success- Rug and Novelty. lxnitting Club. Anderson., Lois-'fl im. Nurse'- Girls Chorus. Library Stall. Red Cross. Dramalics Club. 2xlld9l'S0Il.,iL0lliFr7.'llilll. Agrieulturalist- Choir Ollicer. Library Stall. Anthony., l"at1'icia-.41'm. Stcnographcr- Senator. Hostess Club. Neuman Club. Press Club. Girl Reserves. Babcock. Marie-.'lz'm. Secretary- Drum and Bugle Corps. Olliccr ol' Gregg Read- ing Club. Civilian Defense Club. Consumers lid. Club. Bagnoni. W'alter-.-lim. lVlachinist- VVrest.ling Club. Bahan. Margaret ixllilll. Secretary-- Bcauty Culture Club. Art Typing Club. Dramatic Club. Baker, Richard-Aim. Machinist- Barker. lzlCllZll'd7.fl1iIll. Accountant- Track. Cross Country. Athletic Theory Club. Rod and Gun Club. Barry, Edward-Aim. Engineer- Glee Club, Senator. Choir. Baseball, Tennis. Outdoor Club. Barthelmes, Mildred-Aim. General Office Work Student Senate. Girls Chorus. Sub-Deb Club, Red Cross Club, Girl Reserves. Beach, Elsie-Aim, Nurse- Girls Chorus, College Club, Sub-Deb Club. Becker, Loraine-.41'n1. lutelligence- Personality Club. Beckwith, Willard-.Ll1'n1. Air Cadet- Traek. Athletic Club. Benecki, Raymond-Aim. Chemical Engineer- Chess Club. Wrestling Team. National Honor Society. Bcnim. Robert-.fl1'nz. Aviator- Rod and Gun Club. Blair, Dorothy-.,l1'm, Bookkeeper- Debating. Camera Club. Jr. Red Cross. Blake, Lowell-.fl1'm. Naval Aviation- Track Team. Football. Basketball. Physical Fitness Club. Blake, Mabel-Aim. Success- Teen Hi Bound Table. Cheerleaders Club. Bliven, Mal-garet-Ainz. Occupational Therapist- Oflicer of Library Stall. College Club. Nature Study Club. Boldt, L0lS7:lIilll. Nurse- Girl Reserves. Girl's Chorus. Hostess Club. Nature Study Club, Bonin, FI'Bd7.'ll.Ill. Naval Aviator- Senator. Booster Club. Cheerleaders Club. Borkowski., Ann-Aim. Happiness- Girl's Chorus, Classical Recording Club. Amateur Club. Bowen, Virginia-Aim. Teacher- Girl's Chorus. Girl Reserves. Hostess Club. Dramatic Club. Bowrnan, Illlgh-.4l.II1. Business Accountant- Swimming Team and Club, Athletic Theory, Dramatic Club. Boyce, Donald-A im. Business- Chess Club. Stamp and Coin Club, Choir, Sportsman's Club. Brotherson, Donald-A im, Air Cadet- Swimming Team, Chess Club. N inely-four Brown, EliZZlh0lllf'.'il.lIl. Beauty Uperator- f Hug and Novelty Club. Brubaker. Evelyn fl im. Nurse - Burger. Violet- flirn. lieeeptionist- Girl's Chorus. Girl lteserves. Nexunan Club. Hostess Club. Burniston. Thomas elim, Sports Announcer tlutcloor Club. Athletie Club. Buseek. Shirley-.-l im. Sueeess- Girl lieserxes. Cheerleatler's Club, Prom Com- mittee. Beauty Culture Club. Classical Iieeord- ing Club. Bush. Barbara flim. Sf-ern-tary '- Gregg Reading Club. Cixilian Defense Club. Class Exeeutne Committee. Prom Chairman. Drum and Bugle Corp. Bushley, Geraldine--.-lim, Glliee Yiorker f Chemistry Club. Byron. Kenneth-.-lim. Nleteoroligist, '- Band. Outdoor Club. Chess Club. Swing lianfl. Carlin, Ruth .-lim. Nurse - Drum anal Bugle Corps. Hostess Club, Stage Make-Up Club. Carlson. E5lll9l'7.'il.H1. ltetail Merehantliser - Drum and Bugle Corp. Girl lleserves. Academe Stall. College Club. Sub-Deb Club, Biology Club. Prom Committee. National llonor Soviet y. Carney., Melvin -ffl im. Aeronautieal Engineer - Outdoor Club. Carr, Phyllis--.-lim, Ulliee Worker- Casconi. Joyce'-V.-i1'm. Journalist- Centner., N0l'l'llElA'.'il'IIl. Stenographer- Camera Club. Chase, Geraldine---Aim, Seeretaryf Knitting Club. Chase, Naomi-A im. Secretary- Ixnitting Club. N inely-fire Claypool, Dorothy l im. Slenograplier Cohen, Xlillieent .-lim. liiologieal llesea Biology Club Ullieer. Gym l,eacler. Honor Soi-iety. Conlgle. Betty .ll'llI. .M'eortlianist Chorus, Connolly, John firm. lfngineer Connolly, Xlary qiim. Nurse rell Natio Xeyunan Club. Girl lleseryes. Biology Club Camera Club. llamlerall Club. Conyngham. Margaret .llilll. Set-retary Hostess Club. Class llllieer. Girl ll Teen Hi Club. Coon. Richard flint. Chemieal Engineer'- ixkiiltlllkil llonor Soeiety. Senate. Tennis. ll mtl Debating. Academe Stall. Chess Club. Cook. Lois .-lim. Sueeess f Girl lieserxes. Classieal lleeording Clul leaders Club. Beauty Culture Club. Cooney. James -lim. Air Cadet Choir, Cooney.. john .-lim. Annapolis -- 1. Chu Nature Study Club. Golf Club. Athletic f National llonor Soeiety. Class Gtiieer. Cooper. Lynette- fl im. Seeretary- Beauty Culture. Charm Club. Corey, Catherine'-f.Al1'm. Seeretary- Beauty Culture Club. Charm Club. Courteaux, Patricia--,Al1'nz. Vocalist- Choir. Senate. Crandall. Arlene-f-.i1im. Stenographer- Drum and Bugle Corps. First Aid Club. Bt auty Culture Club. Crocker, Alice--.-lim, Seeretary - Usher's Club. Crosby, Anna-.-lim. Beaut.ieian- Nature Club. Hostess Club. Cinema C lub Debating Club. Stamp Club. Nexunan Clu i PS1INts Crowe. Charlotte -.el im. Success- K Girl's Chorus. Charm Club. lied Cross Club. Needlepoint Club. Uallmeyer. lilizaheth-.-11'n1.iStenog1'aplie1'- Girl lieserxes. lftiquette Club. Sub-Deb Club. Beauty Culture Club. Newman Club. Daugherty, Marie .-lim. Steliograplier- Beauty Culture Club. Charm Club. Davis, Lenore .ll'lIl. Heautician- Y Nature Club. llostess Club. Cinema Club. Decker, Roberta - flint. VVriter- Dramatic Club, llirl Reserves. lleiner., Charles qllilll. College- Nature Club. Cinema Club. Nlilitary Tactic' Club. YN rustling Club. Deiteh, Audrey Y:-llilll. College-- Cirl lleserxes. College Club. Senior Dramaties. DClll9llSkE', lfloris--.'l1'nz. Xlodel - Camera Club. lied Cross Club. De-Nardo. Viola .-l im. General Ulliee Worker- Theatrieal Make-Up Club. lleSauti. Antltmny-.'l1'rn. Draftsman- Rod and Hun Club. Outdoor Club. Dieter, I'Ikll'Uld'i!llAlll. Draftsman- Rod and tiun Club. Donahue, Rosemary-,'l1'm. Stenographer- Cheerleaders Club. Personal Typing Club. Girl Reserves. Dreyer, Eileen-.-lim. Bookkeeper- Hostess Club. Dubaj, ,lean-flinz. Beautieian- Hostess Club. ltadio Club. Duherow.. Betty--.-lim. Laboratory Technician- Press Club. Cheerleaders Club. Newman Club. Star StaIl'. Academe Statl. National Honor Society. Dudenhoeflier, john-Aim. Navy- Student Senate. Outdoor Club. Student Senate Oflicer. Duke, ,lantes-elim. Swimming Instructor- Swimming Team. Water Polo. Team. Chess Club. llunlap. Roln-l'tf-f-.'l1'111. Traxelcr- Dramat.ir's Club. lickard, Marion f elim. Nurse- Craft Club. Story Telling Club. linde. Audrey W.-llvlll. Receptionist--f tiirl's Chorus. Teen Hi Round Table. Hostess Club. Class tlllicer. Englert, Kenneth - qllllll, Traxeler- Football Team. Football Track. lirickson. K-llll'-i0l'l97,-ll-Ill, Medical Secretary- Girl's Chorus. Girl Reserves. Hostess Club. Teen Hi Hound Table. Faber, Virginia- .-lim. Stenogfrapher -- Girl's Chorus. Hostess Club Ullicer. Sub-Deb Club. Girl llescrves. Fahsits, Kathryn -.-lim. flllice Clerk - Girl's Chorus. Art Typing Club. Farina, Anita -flini, Ulfice Clerk- Girl's Chorus. Student Senate. Teen Hi Bound Table Club. Classical Recording Club. Clell' Club. Fearn, w'Y21lI0l'7.'lI-III. Artist- Chess Club. Outdoor Club. Ferraro. Joseph-fl1'n1. Air Corp- Basketball. Athletic Club. Fitzgerald, Mary Francis-Qlinz. Air Hostess- Et.iquet.t.e Club. Classical Recording Club. Junior Clell' Club. Fitzsimons, Ruth-Aim, Office Worker- Hed Cross Club. Etiquette Club. Flanagan, Jeremiah-Aim. Bookkeeper- Booster Club. Stamp Club. Fornalczyk, Harry-.Al im. Bookkeeper- I Football Team. Glee Club. Class Oflicer KVICC Presidentl. Freeland, Irene-A im. Artist- Choir. Girl Reserves. N inely-s ia- l"rit-dlulul. lirlilh - .ll-Ill. llrixuta- s4'l'l'1'l2ll'A Nl'NX'Ill2lIl Club. llostvss Club. lyfkillliilll' Club. Fullerton. lillcn ---.l1'll1. liooklwi-p1'r Conunu-rriul Club. Fullerton. Phyllis H lim. llzippine-ss Svmitor. lilllllllqll' Club lllliw-r. Gvbhurdt. Carol -.-linz. Alusiviun Choir. Ararlvnle- St:-ill'. Choir Club. 'l'lie-ate-r Part y Conuuittvi-. hc-isaka. Rudolph Vrlini. l'fle-rtrirul liugine-e-rf Football T1-zun. NN rvstling Tm-uni, Chess Club, Ciuncola. ,Im-nnyw .ll-Ill. Nursi- - Good Grooming Club. Cigiotli. just-ph -.-linz. Businrss Haulage-r Clie-ss Club. Cintz, J0llll'Y.ll-Ill. Air Corps-H Ili-Y. liod and Hun Club. Boost:-r Club. Gleason, Ruth -flini. Stn-nograpllvr - Choir. Girl's Chorus. Arzuls-Inv Stull. Cirl lAt'SPI'Yf'S. Choir Club. Collegr- Club. Gleisner. Charlotte .'ll.Il1.SFt'I't'lHI'y ' Drum and Bugle- Corp. llamlrraft Club. lim-cl Cross Club. Typing Club. Golf. Betty JZlll0'7:ll.l71. Nursv -f Biology Club. Chr:-rlvmlvrs Club. Golemhiewski. XVCSIOQ'-.ll4IIl. Bowling Alle-y Mgr. Uutdoor Club. Gorman lloward-flinz. Air Cmlct- llod and Gun Club. Chl-ss Club. Band. Basr- ball Tram. Gradler. LEf3l"li:lI.l7l. Srrrvtary- Cliverle-zulvrs Club. T5 ping Club. Graham, Jean-flinz. TL-lc-phono Upvrator- Girl's Chorus. Green, Jack-A im. General- N inely-seven 1il'll'NZ1llIl,Jillli1'l"" lim. l.iilllll'llllIl'y 'llt'l'llIllt'lHIl' - l Cirl's Chorus. Choir. Choir Club. Yutionu llonor Sorir-ly. lillllION'Ski, Frank- .lliIll. llIlSllll'SS Alun-- Clri- Club. Nlusim- Appri-1-iutioil Club. Gustafson, R0llillIl'n.lI.IH. Forvst llungvrf- 1-In-v f.lub. Alrplzuu- l.lub. Xl re-wtllng lvum. ID1-bating: Club. llanlmc-r. llobert-4l1'n1. Biologist- - Uutdoor Club. Bam-lrzill rllt'Hlll, llunlcy. Nlurgarr-If lim. lilu:-print 'l'rzu'vr- Collm-gr Club. liirl llvsvrxvs. llurilncr. Lois---.lim. Sl'L'l'l'l2lI'A" Svnior Canirm Club. .lunior Clvll' Club. llnupl. lidwarml--.-lun. llusbaml- lloxing Tm-uni. llod :md Cum Club. Cunwru Club. llelwrle. lioseinary-.l1'n1. St'l'l'1'l2'lI'j4 Star Stall. YUWIIHIII Club. Sc-nate. liirl lie-se-rx vs, llc-ln-rl0. Tllonlus-,l1'll1. Air Corps-- llcdgcs. llllll'-xllilll. Army Air Corpsg Clive-rl:-advr's Club. lYSllt'I'lS Club. llc-im. Virginia-.'l1'n1. Sta-i1ograpl1cr'5- Charm Club. Be-:nity Culturv Club. llosti-ss Club. Yexunan Club. Henderson. Norman-.-lim. Aln-tull1rgist-- Orch:-stra. Band. Scivnc-0 Club. Trark 'l'vzuu, Cross Country Te-zun. Indoor Tran-k Tvaun. llerlmrt. Donald-.-lun. Air Corps- Urrlivstra. Hand. Alusir Apprwiulion Club. llerhstritl. Patricia-.Al1'1l1. Num-- Charm Club. llvcl Cross Club. Knitting: Club. livauty Culturv Club. liirl's liziskvtlmll 'll-am. llcrbstritl. l:li'hZll'd?.'lIAIIl. Air Corp-f Ylzitvr Polo 'l'0am. Cross Country T1-zuu. llcrsperger. Alary J01lll4.'ll.l7l. Dietitian- Clvlll Club. Girl! Chorus. Girl llvsorxvs. Af'EiClPlIl0 Stall. Svnator, Hess. Lucille-.Al im. Comptometer Operator- liliquelte Club. Make-Up Club. Hostess Club. Hilinski. Leo-.el im. Nm al Aviator- K Senate Ullieer. Seienee Club. Hutdoor Club. Hill. Shirley-flim. lieautieian- lied Cross Club. llosless Club. Ilirl. William-.Al1'n1. lnsuranee Salesman- .Mhletie Theory Club. Swimming Club. Hoagland. Boyd-sl im. Xlarine- llod and Hun Club. Hogan. Ray- .-lim. Nlaehinist- Senior Airplane Club. I,lSlll'l'.S Club. Holland. joseph-.Ai1'm, lNlaehinisl- SWTIINIIIIIQI Club. Hollister. l,Ql'iS1xiI-Ill. Maehinist- llustess Club. llsher's Club Ullieer. Holtz., Lois-flim. Stenographer- Hostess Club Ullieer. Horn. Ff3lll'iSi.'1I'lIl. Marine Axiator-- Swunming Club. lixeeutixe Board. Horrigan, Raymoiul-flim. Marine- Hulnyak. lIi'lPlli:lI'lIl. Secretary- Arehery Club. Sub-Deb Club. Knitting Club. Jacobs., Marian-.4 im. Adyertizer- Aeademe Staff. Girl Reserves. Hostess Club. College Club. New man Club. Dramatic Club. Jer-kna, Dorothy-A im. Success- Drum and Bugle Corps. Historical Club Officer. Beauty Culture Club. Gym Leaders Club. Jeckins. Marion-A im. Nurse- Hostess Club, Executive Board. Class Party Committee. Jell, Harry-Aim. Doctor- Band. Debating Team. Johnson. Alfred-.-1 im. Peace Administrator- Chee-rleader's Club. Usher's Club. Stamp Club. Military Strategy Club. Johnson, Frank-fl1'm. Navy- llille Club. Johnson. Violet-.-l im. Housewife- Drum and Bugle Corps. Cym leaders Club. Classieal lleeordings Club. Johnson, Virginia-fl im. Sueeess- Senior Urelieslra Ollieer. Charm Club Ullicer. Jones. Gladys-.l1'm. Missionary- Cliarm Club. First Aid Club. Senior Urehestra Junod. Lenonore-.-l fm. Nurse- Crull Club. Cl1eerleader's Club. Red Cross Club. Kaczmarek., Irene-.Al im. Bookkeeper- Camera Club. Shorthand Club. Karpi nski. Helen-.-1 im. Happiness- Beauty Culture Club. Dancing: Club. Kasper. Irene-.-1 im. M arriage-- Drum and Bugle Corp. Classical Recordings Club. Beauty Culture Club. Kearns. Belly-.Alim. Stenographer- Dramatic Club. Story Telling.: Club. Kehl. ,lean-.Al1'm. Teaeher- Cirl Reserves. College Club. Kerr. Dean-.-'l1'm. Air Corp- ltadio Club. Kilburn, Ruth-Aim. Stenographer- Cirl's Chorus. Archeology Club. Kissell., Robert-flim. Mail Man- Usher's Club. Camera Club. Kissell, Jack-A im. Business Man- Goll' Team. Star Stall. Kline, George-Aim. Air Corp Flyer- Baseball Team. Basketball Team. Team. Football N inely-e ighl Knvppvr, Nlalry janv- lim, Nursv- - IA-zlhy. Paul - lim. .luurnulisl ll llostm-ssClub. liuml. NNN-stliiig 'll-auu. 'll-unix 'Il-zuu. fin Club. Shu' Slullf llml mul lillll Club Kllli4'4'r. llillluppvr Slzlllf Knulh. L4-mis-.lirl1. .M-4-uiiiiluiil llslu-r's Club. Hlw- Club. Cliuir. l,ibr:u'y Stull. b A . I.:-0. xIillll'll'1"' lim. lll ilumul l Svrizilur. Xlililury 'lliI1'll1'N Club. liuuxlvr Club. Kohlvr. xI1l1l1'Iilll' lim. Slvllugfrziplim-1' - llllll Lliuss fA"'l" IA'l'llIlllIiN. Paul lim. S1'll'llllNl7' Xlll'l'l74l'1lIll' Club. Konivczku.. Leonard lim, l'i'ul'n-sainlml liull l'lay1-1'-liasvlmll Tvzuu. Military 'l':u-tim Club. I4-sliv. l,ny1-4--.lirn. Sll4'1'l'SS' Busvball Tllelury Club. llllllltllll' Club. Ui'1'l11-slni. Konzvl. Jllliil'-.lI.Ill. Sl4'1lugrupli4'i'-- l.f'SlliI'ki.'xxllIldil glim. l,l'Illill -Kssixlzuil lirum :uul liugfla- Curll- Yr-1-illn-Cr-ul'l Club, llslivi' S Club. lluslf-ss Club. Koski. llolurvs- lim. lumps-1" l'i"l':f17 llflg -'lfffl-. M1k'lll'iSl"NN' V 1 V Nillllfl' Study Club. lll'l'1lI'1lllll-f Club, A"M"" ""'Hlmg All " xlulxlul l' lAl"l" . , , , , , Limlulll, Nulwrl - lim. l'fii1'i1l1'1'r-' kraluslu' lh'lmlY'lIm' lllllw w"lk'llW' l.ibr:u'X Null' llurl uml allll Club Urum mul Bugli- Corp. S4-niur Bauul. ' ' ' ' l.in1l1-r. lfqlilll- .-lim. Wurxv Kress. Vincent- lim. Mr Curps- llusti-M Club, Class Ullivvr. Atlili-tic Tlu-wry Club. S1'l1'Il1'4' Club. liaflio Club. Luvsl-h. ,It-zllxlu' Ylurir- lim. slllglwl' Hirl ll1'Sl'I'X4'Sllllll'l'l'. l,1'l'SHIlHllly Club llllim'4'r. Kroluszynski.. lion-cnll!!"":lir1i. Sll'llUllI'2lIDlll'I"' Slllr-l71'b Club Hllif-4-r. Clwir Club, Cbuiri Drum auul Bugle- Curp. Lmunis., Harold lim. 'Miuliuu lIlllllSll'j Kubnj. Edwin-.lin1. Air Curp Choir. HIWACIHLUniwwl liuml Club. Cxuuvru Club. lll'I'lll'Sll'iI. S4'lll4Il lfwvlilixi- lgtbiifll. Kuhn. Eleanor- lim. Ulliw- lYm'k1-I'-' Lum' Mun, nlliiln. DWNS D1,Si,,m,l. 1-u'l ll1's4'i'x1-s. YPNIIHIII lilub. Kuhn., ,lnsvph-.-lim. Air Corp' - Ylau-hugu. Nludvlinv- lim. rlwl'ill'lll'l' llustm-ss Club. Cine-mu Club, Langowski. llf'l0ll7.ll.Hl. lJvl'1'1ls4- XYru'kL'r' ' lic-cl Cross Club. Czuuvra Club. lluslrss Club. Drum :xml Bligxlf- Curps. xI1llllZf'l', llurnllly ".'ll'Ill, S1'l'l'1'l1ll'y Ilumlc'r:al't Club. Lashingery. Margaret- lim. Divlivimi- Star Staff. AI'ilfl!'Illl' Stull, Girl lim-si-rxvs. uaim, I,-lnnwiqi Um fl-4,m,Im,Y Nl'W'm"' Club' E Bllllqllvl Cumuiitlvu- Cliairmun. Avaulvim- Stull' Dm-baliug: T1-mn. S1-muh-. Laskowski. ll'1-nf'--.-11.111, Slvllugrupllvr- llustvs: Club. Huff und Nmvllx' Club, , , , N " ' xl1llllll0SkI. l.00llZll'll".llIlI. lizulrnzicl lgI'HlU'llIilIl' Lavcr, Jack-,-1 im. Florist- Goll' Tvam. Basketball Tram. Atlllvtim' Tlu-Ury Nlalm. ,Iohn-.-lim. Nluvliinisl - Club. Golf Club. Military Tavlivs Club. Ninely-n ine k Y Wuliumil IlUllUI'SlN'll'lj.S1'lIHlUI'. liuncl, llzuiw- llalam, Mary-.-lim, Designer- .lunior lied Cross Officer. Nlalthaner. Donald'-.Alim. lX1l'l2lllll'QlSl7' Senate. Military Tactics Club. Nlnrther. Tholnas-.'l1'll1. Machinist- Nlalhews. Nlarlen-.el im. Doctor- Wrestlirig Team. Athletic Theory Club. Senate lli-Y. Nlatlis, Nlary-flim. Nurse- Druiu and Bugle Corps. Nature Study Club lied Cross Club. Maynard, Ruth-fl im. Nurse- First Airl Club. lied Cross. H1-Cabe. NllFlll8+.'lI.IIl. Nurse- Nlc-Cabe. Thomas-.-lim. Naxal Aviator- Basketball Team, Nh-Cullough. Robert-.Al im, Bookkeeper- tllee Club. Nlcllonald. Lucille-.el im, Secretary- Band. Cheerleaders Club Ollicer. llostess Club Xlc-Donald. Marjorie-.Al im. Doctor- National Honor Society. Microscope Club. H1-Craw. W'illian1-flim. World Traveler- Cross Country Team. Mc-Gruire, Kathryn-.4l1'm. Nurse- Cruise Club. Ilostess Club. Alclntyre, Ruth-.fl im, Nurse- Craft. Club. Farley VVork. NlcLaughi n , Bet ty-A im. Nurse- Knitting Club, Newman Club. Girl Reserves. McLaughlin. Marian-A im, Happiness- Star Staff, Academe Stall, Girl Reserves Newman Club Ofliccr. McLeod. Willi3lll1.4 im. Musician- Goll' Team, Band. Choir. Mr-Vay. ,IIlIllPS'.'lI-Ill. Paratrooper- Foolball Team, Senior Class President, National Honor Societ y. Miller. George-.-l im.i Salesman- liand, Orchestra. Outdoor Club. Mulligan. Gayle-.'t1'm. Tool Maker- Nlinnig, Marjorie-.'t1'n1. Nurse- Hostess Club. Club Monitor- Nlizikowski. Dorothy-.'l1'm. Homemaker- Hostess Club. Library Club. Hong, Madeline-.-l1'm. Secretary- Clioir. Senior Orchestra. Nlonligny, Dorothy-xl1'm. Nurse- Drum and Bugle Corps. Archery Club, His- torieal Club. Badniitton Club. Moritz., Rosenxary-.At im. Secretary- Iied Cross Club, Cinema Club. Hostess Club. Nlorschbauser, :AlE'Xm.'il'lIl. Commercial YVork- Nlox, Isabelle-fl im. Pianist- Consumers Club. Murray. I'I6lll'i9ll94A1.fIl, Buyer- Drum and Bugle Corps, Girl Reserves. Murray, llarjaret-.-tim. Marriage- Ncwman Club. Nash, Gertrude-A im. Office VVorker- Camera Club, Knitting Club. Senior Orchestra. Neithamer, Calvin-Aim. Aeronautical Engineer- Band Officer. Golf Team. Basketball Team, Golf Club. Nelson, Virginia-A im. Stenographer- Teen Hi Round Table, Cheerleaders Club, Drum and Bugle Corps. One hundred Nick. Dorothy-elim. Stenographer- Teen lli Round Table. Typing: Club. Niebline. Harry-.-t1'nz. Aeeountant- 0'Brien. Marilyn-,l1'm. Pianist- Choir. Sub-Deb Club. Girl lleserxes. Choir. Choir Club. Olowinski., Clara-.A1z'n1. Bookkeeper- lloitess Club. Beauty Culture Club. Camera Clu 1. Olszewski. ,lean-.Al im. Stenographer- Ushers Club. Monitor. Ore. yfillCC'IlfY.'lI.lI1. Ulliee lYorker- Airplane Club. Ott. Gloria-.Ai im. Sueeess- Star Stall. Drum and Bugle Corps. Girl's Chorus. Senate. Girl Reserves. Dramatie Club. Press Club. New man Club. Paluh. Eleanor-.-1 im. Nurse- Hostess Club. Parker. Richard-.A11'm. Engineer- Swunnnng Club. Cross Country Team. Wan-r Polo Team. Swinnning Team. Pearson. Regina-.-1 im. Typist- Red Cross Club. Camera Club. Pcclman. Robert-.-1 im. Chemieal Engineer-f Nature btudy Club. Chess Club. Pcseh. James-.'l1'n1. Sueeess- Nature Study Club. Chess Club. Pcskorski. Cecile-fl im. Stenographer- Camera Club. Hostess Club. Peterson. Marilyn-fi1'n1. Teacher- Classleal Recording Club. Pierce. Victor-fiirn. General- Senior Airplane Club. Piotrowski, Martha-.Alim. Interior Decorator- Classical Recording Club. One hundred one Platz. Kenneth-.-linz. 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Cirl lim-svrx vs. Vanden ort. ,lean-.-lim. Nursv- Svnator. Girl ltvsr-ru-, First Aid Club. Biology Club. Dramatic Club. Vargo. Ilelen-flim. Stvnofzrapher- Girl's Chorus. Vogt. Donald-.-i im. Yavy- Stago Crew. Wrestling Team, Volk. James-fl im. Marine Ax iator- Junior Band. Volkmar. lioln-rt-flinz. lliitlltl'l1t'Clllllt'lZ'lFl- Football 'l'1-am. Wrestling: T4-am. Senator. Military Tactics Club. Yonder Grobcn. l,llll2ll1l'.ll'H1. Musician- liand. Hrcbcstra. Dance Band Club. Wagner. Wilma-.-lim. Journalist- Chccrlcadcrs Club. lioostcr Club, Walcnlowski. lfdwin--.-l im. Nay y- SWIIIIIILIIIQ' Club. : -5 1 wiilll'Ill01VSki. NllFlTl'Fl'.'llilIl. Salesman- Arclicology Club. Biology Club. Camera Club. Craft Club. Walker, James-fl im. Army Ulliccr- Math Club. Athlz-Lic Theory Club. Debating Club. Baseball Team. Class Play Committee. Debating Team. Wallis. ,l0llll7.'ll.IIt. Accountant- Newman Club Ulliccr. Track Team. Walters. Ilarriet-.-lint. Nurse- Scnatc. First Aid Club tllliccr. 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Newman Club. Class Officer. Math Club. Senate. liiology Club. First Aid Club Ullit-cr. Wheeler. ,Iamcs-.'l1'm. Mechanical Engineer- Whipplc. lilainc-fl im. Success- litique-tte Club Ulliccr. Commercial Club. llostcss Club. First Aid Club. White. Jane-.-lim. 'l'eacl1cr- litiquette Club. Library Club. Needlepoint and Knitting Club, Cirl's Chorus. Whiteman., Sllirlcy-Ainz. Business VVoman- Cirl llcscrycs. llug and Novelty Club. Eti- quette Club. Wiesc. John-.-linz. Army- Wilkins. Norman-.-1 im, Armed Service- Wisncski. Jennie-.-1 im. Nurse- Chcerlcadcrs Club. Classical Recordings Club. Wisnicwski. fiC0l'f.ZC-".'lI.N1. Trucking Business- Rod and Gun Club. NVittcr., Calvin-.Al1'm. Dentist- Band. Wolf. Edwin-A im. Musician- Music as a Profession. Club. Band, Orchestra. W oudham. Florence-A im. Nurse- W'right, Charles-,Al1'm. Military Service- Canicra Club. Wright, Ennis-Aim. Happiness- Girl's Chorus. One hundred four Wynne. lliclmrdA.-1 im. Marim' Air Corps- Svllilif. liuskvtlxall 'l'0aun. Yeager, lliCllI.ll'Ili.'iIilI1. liluvliinist-f Yo:-him., IIl'll'll"'.'1l'UI. Ilappinvss-j Choir Club. Cirl Iles:-rxvs. Studi-nt S4-nutv Ullivvr. National Ilonor Sovix-ly. Young. .hldrvy-fiinz. Suu'vss-- Hostess Club Ullivvr. Yuskil-wir-z. Rita-.Ai im. Journalist-- Iiug and Nuwlty Club. Drum and liuglv Corps, Usbvr's Club. B1-auly Culturv Club. Zanicwski, Chcsterf.-i im. Avronautirul i5YlgiIll'Q'l"- NX atc-r Polo Tc-am. Sl'IlHi,l'. Track 'IW-am. Dana-v lizuul Club. Swimming Tvzun. Zbicrski. Dorisffl im. Stvnogrupllvrf Clwvrleaala-r's Club. Gym Club. Hood Groom- ing Club. Zimmer. Donald-.1 im. Army Uliivvri Football Tvam, liuskvtball Tczun. Svnalv. Zuraw, EdN'3l'd1.'iilI1, Pllotograplivr- Swimming TL-am Clem' Club. Choir. Avamlvvm' Stalf. YVat1-r Polo fvaln, Swimming Club. Brown. Ilifilllfll-'.'ilil7l. Avronautical linginvvr- Choir. Track T4-zun. Cross Country T1-aiu. Carter, Edward-.-1 im. Aeronautical lCn,f:inv4-r-- Truck T1-zun. Cross Country T1-am. Curtis. Dorothy-.-l im. T1-lc-plionv Upvralor- Nnlurr- Study Club. Pre-ss Club. Nl,'1'lilI'IDlDilli Club. Driscoll, Mary-flirn. Tvavhvr- Svnator. Newman Club. Typing Club. Girl llvsvrw-s. One hundred five libisvh. lioln-rt'-.1 im. l'ile-1-lrivul i':Il,LIillN'I' Svnalv. .lunior Drunlsiliv Club. llauulivrufl Llub. Finlay, l.0l'1'llH7.iilIl. Fzwlory xN'UI'kl'I' Sub-Dub Club. Katz. Nathaniel-.-1 im. Singvr- i.llUll'. Choir f,Iub. Liu-ss Llub. Kilburn. llubcrl-nlim. Sul4'slnun-- Krunlpack, Rudolph-.iflI1. NillSif'il'lIl" Senior Urcln-stra. Musical Iivvordings Club. .lunior Clvfl' Club. .lunior Uri-lu-st.ru. Stamp :md Coin Club. McCullough. Robert-.-1 im. Bookkvvpvr- ills-0 Club. Nlillircu. Tholnas-.bi im. Signal Corps. Na-'lc Phvllis-.'1in1. Nursvv 1- 9 . - .. , bvnalv. 51,211 l ainivrs Club, 'liwirlvr in liuml. Ruth. Arlene lhllh-.111'm. Autllorvss- Beauty Culture' Club. Typing Club. Hmm- Club. Sclicrsching. Ilnrry-.-1 im. Mzwhinisl- NlHl'ililliSl Club Ollicvr. Cillll1'l'H Club Ulliu-r. Shancr. Hay-41 im. lxiH1'llilliSig Svnatv. Canwrn Club. Niavliinist Club. Mhlrliv Club. Tousey. Norman-.-iim. FfiI'Illl'I'i Football TL-am. FFA. Hand Urvlwstrn. February Sen1orsf1944 12-1 Girls Amanu. Betty' Bard, Gertrude Barron. Marjorie Batdorl'. Adele Baxter. Phyllis Benson. Ethel Bcrnardine. llelcn Bradish. Dorothy Bradish. Dorras Case. Anna Mae Coecarelli. Rose Cole. Wanetta Cornelius. Helen Crawford. Miriam Denard. Ruth DiNicola. Mary Freeburg. Evelyn Grimaldi. Kathryn llenuing. Helen llodges. Mary .lohnson. Ruth Johnston. Jean Kelly. Jessie Ann Knapp. Doris Kull'er. Charlotte Leighty. .lean McCartney. Eugenie hleiscr. Evelyn Mowbray. Audrey Muehl. Annabelle Vlyers. Dolores Neth. Marjorie Sahlman. Ruth Schaulule. Margaret Schreckengost. Marian Schroeder. Gladys Schwindt. Beverly Sedler. Irene Shaller. Martha Shreve. Dorothy Smeltzer. Edna Smith. Margaret Snyder. Betty Myrtle Stewart.. Marianne Tobias. Shirley' W'eindorl'. Marjorie W'right. Jean Yost.. Donna Mae Zieglcr. Irma 12-1 Boys Andrus. Ray Bellin. Samuel Boettiger. Richard Cannarozzi. Anthony Cole. David Fish. Roger Fox. Donald French. Wayne Gabin. Harold Irwin. Vance Johnson. David Johnson. Raymond Kennedy. Charles Krivonak. Victor Lamh. Hugh Loesch. Edward Mazza. Jack McLallen. Milton Nelson. Harold Pacinelli. Raymond Rohan. George Rohr. Harland Schwindt. Arthur Stein. David Verga. Russell Vogel. John W'ard. James Wellejus. Edward lVhitney'. Floyd Yanosko. Michael One hundred seven ll-2 Girls Ackerman. Sara Allicri. Vera Alberstadt. Kathleen Allgeicr. Margaret Almquist. Gloria Anderson. Mary .l ane Anderson. Shirley Andre-jew ski. Margare Andrew s. Jeanne Arnold. Rose Mary Austin. Colleen Baldwin. Betty Balter. Josephine Bechtel. Marjorie Bcdnarowicz. Agnes Behan. Anna Marie Benedict. Jean Bennett. Patricia Benson. Shirley Benz. Ruth Ann Bichler. Geraldine Bird. Lois Blair. Lois Bliley. Rose Bomboy. Ruth Borowski. Valentine Bretz. Doris Bright. Jacqueline Brubaker. Dorothy Bunnell. Betty Jane Burgmanu. Jane Burkett. Marjorie Bush. Marguerite Cairns. Betty' Cantor. Marguerite Christoph. Edna Mae Chrostowski. Rose Cichetti. Anna Cichetti. Betty Clark. Avanelle Clark. Mary Jane Coleman. Ruth Conn. Merle Louise Conway. Myra Jane Cook. Eleanor Cook. .lean Cooney. Natalie Currie. Ruth Dahlkemper. Eleanor Dahn. Margaret Dalton. Margaret Dash. Clarice Dauln. Caroline Davis. Phyllis Davitt. Marian Decker. Alice Louise Dennick. Charlotte Driscoll. Marilyn DuMayv. Jeanne Eaton. Audrey Eddy. Margaret Einhiple. Marian Eisert. Mary Ann Ellison. Dorothy Elscsscr. Ethel Enstrom. Dorothy Fairweather. Donna Farkas. Ester Fenton. Jean Finch. Connie Fitzgerald. Rita Forssell. Ann Fortin. lrenc Freeman. Jean Funk. Kore Galvin. Lucille Gardner. Louise Getchell. Arlene Gillespie. Margaret Gohrs. Margaret Gorenllo. Jean t Gurney. Edna Graham. Arlene Grotoyy ski. Helen Grumblatt. Mary Ann llaft. Dolores llanchin. Lillian llanes. Audrey llanes. Betty .lane llarf. Inga Harmon. Roberta llarris, Jacqueline Hazen. Shirley lleim. Mary Heinlein. Doris llcld. Clair lleptinger. Mary Ann Hershey. Jean lleuer. Mary Hiller. Dorothy lloman. Lucille lgnasiak. lrene lmler. Enuua Lou lrwin. Joanne Jaloszenski. Frances Jaloszenski. Eleanor James. Margaret Jameson. Eleanor .lanuleski. Jean Jennings. Marion Jensen. Leona .lobes. Kathryn .lohnson. Alberta .lohnson. Bertellc Jones. Mary Kallmann. Margot Klein. Lenore Kostek. Dolores Kraft. Mary Kreamer. Maxine Kreiger. Alice Kreps. Lucetta Kubeja. Donna Kundla. Betty Kuntz. Barbara Kuntz. Priscilla Kunz. Charlotte Kuttner. .loyce Lancet. Phyllis Lauterbach. Lois Lawson. Ruth Lehner. Elinor Levy. Hilde Lichtcnwaltcr. Dor'hy Lindeulxcrger. Mary Lowstuter. Nona Low stuter. Norma Lund. Barbara Lundberg. Evelyn Luther. Shirley Maginn. Frances Malaszck. Florence Maloney. Ann Malthaner. Donna Malthaner. Kathleen Mannarelli. Angeline Maras. Lenora Markiewicz. lrcne Marts. Shirley Mattiers. Opal Mattimoc. Alice McColhun. .lean McCullough. W'inil'red McDonald. RoscMarie McFadden. Marcia McGavern. Martha McMann. Norma Meyers. Mary Ann Miles. Juanita Miller. Dolores Mitchell. Betty Mittner, Virginia Moore. Mary Ellen Nelson. Lenore Nichols. Dolores Nicol. Marie Norton. Betty Nytra. Irma Uhmcr. Jean Osborne. Wilma Ushiusky. Marie Owens. Charlotte Pacinelli. Norma Parsons. Donna Patsy. Dora Peterson. Lucille Phelps. Elaine Platz. Betty Pluta. Esther Potthotl. Antionettc Prosperi. Ernestiue Prvntkowski. Florence Przybyzewski. Flor'ce Radomski. Stella Ramandares. Ruth Randall. Geraldine Randecker. Ruth Rarick. Norma Rcntja. Betty Jane Reynolds. Elizabeth Rinderle. Catherine Robertson. Marion Rohan. Anna Marie Ross. Arlene Rutkowski. Gertrude Sanner. Catherine Saunders. Marjorie Schallincr. Janet Scherrer, Margaret Schilling. Mary Alice Schmidt. Kathleen Scully. .leanne Sedler. Norma Seyboldt. Bernadette Silver. Frieda Sittinger. Virginia Smith. Evelyn Snider. Gloria Sommer. Corrine Sommerhof. Shirley Southwick. Jean Spaeder. Marie Starr. Martha Storrer. Doris Stover. Shirley Sutzynski. Sarah Swanson. Doris Sward. Ellen Tabak. Mary Tenbucklc. Helen Thaler. Winifred Tillich. Dorothy Toland. Florence Tonelli. Lillian Truez. Virginia Valentine. Ruth Vandervort. Shirley VanTassel. .leanne Velvet. Lucille Wasikowska. Leona WY-her. Eleanor W'eissert. Norma Wclther. Audrey Wertz. Catherine Weschler. Helen W'eschler. Shirley Wlest. Ruth Ann W'eyand. Mary W'hite. Shirley Whittlesey. .leanne Wiley. Madelyn Willert. Marie Wingerter. Helen Wolf. Amber Mae Wioll. Virginia Wolfram. Vera Woodard. Mildred Wright. Betty 1 auov. Rose Yczzi. Anna N oung. Kathryn Zajkowski. Nlary Ann ll-2 Boys Adams. Norman Allicrt. Louis Allow ay. Charles Altenlierger. .lack Anderson. Charles Aquino. Patsy Astemborski. Edward Baer. Raymond Bannister. Forbes Barthelson. Glenn Bartlett. Robert Baum. Werner Beveridge. William Rish. Robert Bitting. William Boehm. .lack Bocsch. Donald Boetger. Norman Brocklcbank. Donald Brown. Eugene Burgess. Jack Caldwell. Rembrandt Carney al. Robert Cayicchio. Rudolph Christenson. Paul Cole. Richard Coyne. .lames Craig. Jack Crocker. Carl Davis. Donald Day is. Wilbur Deiner. Richard Delahooke. Edu ard Dershimer. Richard DeSanti. William Diehl. James Dil lcllo. Richard Downing. Edward Esser. William Faulkner. William Ferraro. Albert Fischer. Peter Ford. Lorne Franceschini. Paul Freeland. Charles Fuhrman. Kenneth Goehring. Edgar Gold. Jack Gomersall. Joseph Grabill. Lester Green. Herman Groenendall. Austin Grumblatt. Donald llassler. .lohn llatheway. Roluerl llausman. George llcddcrick. .lohn llcdlund. Thomas llesch. Robert llollman. .lames Hogan. Lloyd lloltz. Thomas llorstman. llermau llubert. Frank lrwin. .lohn Jaroslaw. Arthur Johnston. .lames Kalie. Bennett Kenehan. Lyle Kerner. James 3 j 3 r iii! H ,X .- : -sg: uf 4' . - bw ,Qf ,K ,, 1: QI: ,,k. -, 1. 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Richard Miller. Arthur Minnig. William Morgan. Kenneth Mulherin, Eugene Mun' 7 ' 1 ick Munson. Robert J . emenz. .ar Niethamer. Neal Osgood. Neal Dyerdorll. .lolm Patton. Charles Peelman. Merle Perry. Charles Pitton. .lohn Pizzat. Joseph Raupers. Charles Reitz. Richard Restifo. Joseph Rettger. Donald Rindosh. .lohn Roberts. Richard Rossi. Philip Schaal. W'illiam Schafer. Carl Schel1'er. Earl ll-l Cirls Adams. Lois Agens. Dorothy' Althof. Geraldine Ashton. Jeanne Babcock. Dorothy Bard. llelen Bellueei. Esther Rrcdengerg. Ruth liuzanowski. Dorothy Cappeletty. ltllaine Conwell. lillen Correll. Mildred DiValcria. Dorothy Doran, Ruth Dougherty. Mildred liricsson. Betty Felice. Lucille Forlia. lillen Foy. Jane Fuller. Mary Agnes Fulton. .loan tiehrlein. Dolores tileisner. Betty Cronnett. Nancy llaas. Shirley llammill. Betty lledges. Carol lleptinger. Ruth Hess. Dorothy Kalisewski. lrene Kettering. Betty King. Merna Klollt. lfleanor Kriyonak. Margaret Kuhn. Ruth Muth. Wanda Nicholas. Laura Nims. Phyllis Uhmcr. Marjorie tlless. Colleen Olgin. Florence Palmer. Dorothy Palmer. Marilyn Peters. Margaret Pistory. Mary Ann Pogue. Dorothy Pude. Virginia Raun. Martha Reinhardt. Elizabeth Rickrode. Ruth Rihel. Dorothy Ring. Dorothy Roberge. Mary Lou Schildmacher. Frcd'ek " ' . . rf z St hmidt. .lohn Sehreckengost. Jack Scott.. Jolm Seroka. Fred Sills. WVilliam Smith. William Steadman. William Swindlehurst. Charles Taylor. Arthur Thacker. Richard Torok. James Truitt. Louis Urban. Robert Valimont. Wilfred Wagner. Richard Wfalt.ers. Este WVantz. Donald Ward. Edgar Weber. Harlen Weisman. Robert Weiss. Harold Westerling. Robert White. Daniel Wilkinson. James Woodhams. John Woolhandler. Robert. Zaniewski. Stanley One hundred nine e v 1. eresa Simmons. Ruth Snow. Ruth Torrance. Betty Jcan Urso. Annette Vogel. Loretta Vogus. Phyllis W'heeler. Betty Wiright. Carol 11-1 Boys Anderson. Leroy rvic son. Fred arthelmes. leodor .ar is e. J Comstock. Robert Conti. Salyatore Crays. Clill'ord Diehl. Conrad Donihi. Jack Engesser. Edward Field. Robert. Fioretti. Rudolph Geer. Robert. Gonser. Edwin Hampel. Thomas Heidt.. Walter lloward. James Jaworek. Vincent Johnson. Raymond .loslin. Roy Knight. William lxuhn. lfdward Lamb, Robert, lylarcella, Lawrence McCarty. Neal Mt-Connell. Richard Mishrell. Maryin Morrow. Milton -owrcy. John Mozdy. Jack Murray. llugh Niles. Allred PI'eIl'er. Joseph l,tlt'l-t'l'. Wlesley Riekers. Forest Roseherry. John Rotunda. Victor Rudolph. Marlin Rusterholtz, tlilhert Sehlom. lfdward Seyler. Neil Sheldon. Ramon Smith. lfdward Stallord. Donald Stoops. Clyde Stubenholler. Donald 'I'al't. Richard 'l'hompson. Martin Wade. lflwim Ward. Hubert Watkins. William WN-ber. .lames W'eindorl'. Day id Work. Robert Yarhenet. George Ziek. Frank 10-1 Boys Aehille. Louis Althof. George Rretz. Donald Brubaker. Charles Chase. Paul lfllgxlish. llcliert Fields. .lohn Fish. Robert French. lfarl tlralius. Charles tlust.al'son. Carl llammer. Robert Ilarris. Kenneth Henning. lloward llerriek. Donald Kennedy. William Kuneman. Arthur Letterio. Vincent, Loeastro. Leonard Lupo, Steyc Metz. Edward Napolitan. Leonard Rosthauser. Robert, Sahlmann. Louis Seelinger. Richard Shenk. Donald Singer. Paul Smith. Donald Staaf. Eugene Steiner. Dale Tolin. Paul Wlagner. Robert, Allen. Claude Br-hell. Donald Roldt. Fred Carneval. Donald Cohen. Bernard Cook. Melvin Eldridge. Paul Farnhaugh. llarry Flagella. Manuel tiahin. William tiathers. tilen tjordman. Richard llannali. Clarence llouk. Donald Jenkins, Robert lyahn. Clill'ord lyrcspan. 'l'homas Lang. Paul Lehr. Robert Lichtcnwalter. Chest Morgan. Robert Naugle. Ronald Naugzle. Walter Paproski. Clarence Ronehey. William Schultz. Donald Schuster. llarry Sherick. William Smith. Franklin Sulliyan. Jack 'l'ate. David Wilson. liarl Yeager. James 10-1 Girls Rall. Edith Recker. Lucille Royce. Mildred Colman. Rose Dieter. Carol Foster. lfya Jean llannnoml. June llolman. .lean Ann Klein. Shirley l.ancet. Zelda Lang. Shirley Lindley. llelen Lundfelt. Patricia Marchetti. Josephine May. Jacqueline McGill. Elaine Rodrigzucz. .lennie llussell. liyelyn Russell. Rebecca Schcssherger. Shirley Seralini. Marie Skinner. Ann Smith. Ada Mae Smith. lfllen 'l'inti. Jean Weber. Eugenia Railey. Joanne Ralko. .leanette Bartram. Mildred Rretz. Shirley Mae Runtingz. Margaret Claypool. Marjorie Dcaner. Edna Dilmore. Relty lfmling. Mary Ann Farkas. Ruth Fornalczyk. Syly ia Fiske. Rena Folga. Frances tiillette. Elaine Hammill. Elya llarbold. Carol llershey. Charmaine Huber. llclen Jones. Mary Daw Kath. Beryl Kinnear. Catherine Kuivinen. Alice Lapinski. Dolores Lepieh. Ann Lewin. Margot, Linn. Norma Martin. Mildred Marlin. llosc Marie Nlcljonald. Anna W1l'l,Hll,2Zllllll..l1'Hll Mikolalezak. Dolores Morehouse. Audrey Munson. .lean Nulrer. Margaret tlchran. llelcn Pilarski. Dolores Pinto. llose Marie Reisenauer. Audrey SanPictro. Jennie Sapp:-r. llarrict Schleicher. .lean Sehlindwein. Frances Schultz. Anna Schultz. Frances Smith. Florence Stefanoski. Anne 'l'hompson. Shirley Wialkiewicl. Cecelia Wctschel. Margaret 10-2 Girls Alward. Alice Raker. Lila Raker. Mary lfllen Ralkoy ie. lrene Bannister. .lanet Raranski. lrene Barry. lflla Mae Rarry. .lean Ann Bartlett. Joyce Bates, Dorothy Bates. Mildred Becker. Wilma Rell. Margaret Benning. Margaret liisbee. tieorgia liisellak. Nadia Rish. Beverly Blom-ser. Irene Boga. .lean Rookeman. Joan Rorawski. Dorothy Rorkow ski. 'liheresa Breter. Rita Rricker. Shirley Brown. Gertrude Carlson. Norma Carson. Dolores Cay icchio. tlrienta Clancy. Patricia Colman. Betty Confer. Constance Cooley. Joyce Corapi. Adeline Coudriet.. Alverta Crowe. Margaret Daniels. Viyian Deylin. Betty Donovan. Theresa Downing. .lane Dreisehal. Mildred Dudenhoel'er. Mary Dudenhoellcr. Rose'ry' Dul'ala. Helen Dunbar. Constance DuShole. Donna Dyke. Gloria lfakin. Adelaide liek. hlarjorle lfdelman. Flora lfichler. June Eichler. Ruth Ekey. lfleanor Ester. Ellen Farone. Aurelia Felix. Doris Fickenwirth. Rose-'rie Finn. Audrey iv. ju- .-1 m U2 3 U cu H o E ca -Q Q-4 o cn Fischer, Mary' Ann Flanagan. Layern Fogel. Ethel Foster. Velma Fox. .loan Foy. Kathleen Freeman. Mary Alien- Fuehs. Norma Furber. Phyllis Geer. Naomi Gehrlein. Arlene Gibbs. Marian Gleason. Norma t doth. Evely n Golembiewski. Eleanor Goodman. Jeanne Graham. Evelyn Graham. June Granahan. Betty Greiner. Euniee Gritfin. Jeannette Gromaeki. Dorothy Gustafson. Aliee Hadloek. Eileen Hahn. Elizabeth Hanes. Patrieia Hartman. Joy-ee Heaverly. Mary' Hedderiek. Donna Heintz. Lueille Heller. Helen Herman. Gladys Herpieb. Lois Ann Hewitt. Shirley' Hilbert. Shirley' Hirseh. Mary .loanne Hixson. Elaine Holdsworth. Ruth Holmes. Mary' Hoyt, Betty Huegel. Mary Ruth Jaekson. Marianna .lohnson. Constanee Johnston. Mary Jane Jones, Maria Kaepura. Dorothy Kennerkneeht. Sarah Kilbane. Marian Koba. Jean Koehanezyk. Lettie Kohler, Charlotte Koneeko. Stella Kosubueki. Ruth Krainski. lrene Krawiee. Margaret, Kueharski. Amelia KutTner. Beatrice Kunz. Mary Ann Kurtz. Ida Mae LaFontaine. Thelma Lamb. Elaine Lanigan. Anna Marie Leary. Doris Lease. Mary Jane Lee. Barbara Lee. Phyllis Lehner. Jane Lesnieki. Jean Lipkin. Lois Lombardi. Edith Luke, Gertrude Mack. Dorothy Madlehner. .loan Magee. June Manendo. Christine Mangan, Eileen Mangold. Betty Mareiniak. Rita Marschak. Ester Martinez. Betty MeCay'e, Florence One hundred eleven Nlt-Clelland. Susan Nh-Clenathan. Mary Nlt-Cooey. Lueille Nlt-Cullough. Helen Mt-Donald. Dorothy' MeFadden. Rosella Mt-Kay. Winil'red MeKt-en. Marjorie Nlt-Laughlin. lzileen Nliehalak. lrene Nliklinski. Dorothy Nliller. Helen Nlitehell. Betty Nlitehell. Euniee Nlontigny. Audrey Nlorgan. Shirley Nlose. Betty' Moo ry. June Nlumtord. .loanne Nurosky, Rita Ann Naehman. Sue Xiebling. Eileen U'Donnell. Margaret tllzeski. Theresa tllszeyyski. Elya Usborn. Retty' Jane tltt. Elaine tlwens. Kathleen Palmer. Norma Papueei. Della Patton. Ruth Paulson. Ingrid Purdue. Helen Rat-der. Shirley Raub. Ruth Rettburg. Retty Rhodes, Lueille Rieei. Norma Ridgway. Donna Riell. Shirley' Robinson. lda Rodenbeek. Rose Rodriguez. Franeis Ropelewski. lrene Roumfort. Ruth Ruekman. Marguerite Russell. Lois Rutkowski. Theresa Salamone. Retty Salvia. Carmella Sapper. Sarah Jane Sehaaf. Mildred Scherer. Mildred Sehillinger. Rita Ann Sehlosser. Rowent- Sehreeongost. Ann Sehriever. Ruth Sehubert. Dorothy Sehumaeher. Mildred St-idler. Betty' Lou Shallistall. Phyllis Sheldon. Donna Shimel. Betty Silver. Ruth Simonsen. Audrey- Singer. Marian Singer. Marjory' Sitter. Lois Skelly. Janet Smith. Adda Smith. Catherine Smith. Franees Smith. Viola Sokolowski. Helen Spaeder. Mary' Lou Starks. Virginia Straub. Charlotte Sutherland. .loan Szymula. Dorothy Thompson. Shirley' Tivis, Pearl Torok, Shirley Totleben. Nt-lba Tousey. Doris Traphagen. Maxine Tretter. Eilee n Tyyaroski. Naney tllrlell. Joyee Yogt. Rernieee W agner. Doris Wagner. Edith W assell. Madeline W ebb. Madalyn W et-tl. lklary W eed. Wilma W hipple. Ex a W iggins. Arlene Willert, Ruth William. Helen Jean Williamson. Carol Wilson. Norma Wolti. Lueille Wolll'. Eleanor Woods. Martha Woods. Martha Woods. Patty N anoy, Mary Yearian. Elizabeth X esko. Emma Noting. Doris N oung. Mary' lounge-r. Donna Nlae Zajkoyi ski. Helen Zipperle, Dorothy I0-2 Boys Adams. Clarenee Ahnell. lngemar Abu-ns. Max Amann. Harold Amon. Robert Raer. Ric-hard Raker. Norman Ralter. .lolm Rarney. Paul Rarney. Roland Ret-ker. Thomas Renson. William Rentley. Daxid Ronin. Donald Royee. Rif-hard Rraun. Wilmer Rurgz. Joseph Burg. Robert Camp. Hugh Carlson. James Carlson. Porter Carr. James Chauneey. Robert Cotliman. .lolm Collins. William Coon. Silas Coonl'er. Frank Cestello. Robert Dahlkemprr. Gerald Daley. Edwin Davis. Russell Dt-Ceeeo. Robert Deeker. Robert Dt-Vette. William Donovan. Neil Douglas. Day id Drayer. Charles Dmnond. Riehard Dunham. Harold Eiehner. Gerald Eller. Arthur Erhart. Robert Feldbauer. Robert Fiero. Charles Fitzsimrnons. Richard Flynn. Richard Foy. James Friedriehs. thorte Euller. l"red1riek Gallaplier. Roy G1-in-I'. Roger Gibbons. Frank Graml. Jes: ph Grypit r, .lost-ph Grygo. Eduard Hayman. Charlt s Hale. Walter Hall,uren. Tluodere Hammond. Alyin llarm-d. lfrank llarxey. Charles llellyu-ge. Ri:-hard Hemme. Allen Ilill. James Hill. William Holder. Patil Holland. James Horn. John Hunt. Carl lzbieki. Jereme Jeyyell. Charles .lolmson. Raymond Johnson. Riehard Junod. Ernest Kuafman. Theodc re Kelly. Patil Kemp. Kenneth Kent-han. .lolm lxiehlmeier. Charles Kindle. James Kingston. Jaek Kosiorek. Donald Koxyalezyk. Edu ard Koualezyk. Riehard Krahe. Robert Kraus. Nlely in Kueinski. John Kuhns. Jaek Kujan. Henry' Kung-ler, Herman LaCour. James Lamberton. William Lamson. Ronald Lasher. James Lashinger. George Lipinski. Riehard Lombarki. Albert Madlehner. Vineent Magzill. Donald Major. Frank Nlalinowski. Carl Maloney. Daniel Marge-son. Patil Marino. Thomas Marshall. William lVlf-Cullough. Rot-ert Mt-Gill. Arthur Mt'-Mann. Ernest Merc-er. Richard Mientkieyyiez. Jeseph Miller. Donald Miller. Earl Miller. Howard Mingoy. Jerry' Mizikowski. Frank Murphy. James Musolll. William Nelson. Harold Nelson. lryyin Niles. Leonard Nordin. Dayid Nystrom. Wlilliam Ore. W'alter Orzeebowski. Roht rt tlshinsky. Charlts Dstrowski. Theodore Owens. Harold Parker. llarold Parsons. Donald Pasky. Eduard Pire. Russell Priee. Frank Pushehak. Henry Reinuald. Rol,ert Rt-nsel. .lolln llepko. Robert Riekrode. Delmar Rin,1:.John Roaeh. William Rouse. William Ruhl. Ric-hard Sanner. Joseph Sehaaf. Donald St-hell. .lolm Sehrit-l'er. .lolm Sehumaeher, Paul Sehiyartz. Willialu Seolio. August, Sem-linger. l"rederit-k Seidle. Robert Shade. Neil Shan. Samuel Shields. Jam-k Siegel. Robert Siegrist. William Sitter. Robert Slote. Harold Smith. Douglas Smith. Lewis Smith. Wilbur Smith. William Sonnenbergz. Robert Stary aygi. Joseph Stelley. Jaek Steger. Joseph Stoxer. Thomas Stritzinger. Robert Strub. Lester Strut-hen. Frank Suroyiee. Henry Swanson. Claer Thomas. Charles Thomas. Dayid Throop. Alan Tuholski. Wendell Yalentine. Donald Yan Arnam, George Yaughn. Jaek Volk. Robert Watson. Riehard WR-bb. William Whipple. William Wiley. Roger Wilson. James W'oehner. George W'urst. Wiilliam Yaple. Riehard Yezzi. Alphonso Yoehim. Richard X ounpr. Gene Zielinski. Herman 891.3 WE, THE STUDENTS WE. THE STUDENTS OF AFADENIY t l f ' . , .. . , s ant irm m our pledge to the Flag and tl1e Country for which il stands. By the supreme sacrihces of our relatives and friends. and by the small ways in which we are privileged to help them. we know that this nation shall always have "liberty and justice for all." True, we are only the members of a school: we are the "spouting youngsters." But we are the product of the old generation and the leaders of the new. lf our faith is strong, then the old generation has done well: if our ideals are high, the new generation will do better. When speaking of a hetter future, we are not forgetting the destructive present. Rather, we are basing many of our future hopes on the lessons of this global war. This war has taught us the necessity of appreciation. Once. freedom and liberty were mere symbols to us: today, because ofthe noble battles for those very things. they are grim truths deserving of our vigilant protection. llowever. even th . pe o so ve all the world's problems in our time. The solutions to the world's nmnerous dilemnas will take a much longer time than our short span on earth. Yet our task remains the same' to insure for future gen t' . t . , ,, . era 10ns greater freedom and liberty, and a fuller realization of the benefits of good living. e most optimistic among us will not ho t l "Should auld acquaintance heforgol, And nerer brought Io mind? Should auld acquaintance he-forgot And days o'1ang syneEl" -Burns. Many students will remember, long after their school years are over, the fun of their school parties, dances and other activities. Many will also carry with them the friendships which such events so often introduce. One of the very important matters in high school is, "how to spend leisure time." Academy, with its abundance of social gather- ings, does well in training students in the correct procedures of this problem. It is unlikely, therefore, t.hat Academy students will not know what to do with their unoccupied time. Ala .Diff MITIVITIIZ ' H- Mfg' Highlights on our Calendar SEPTEMBER 3-Academy gathers us once more into her halls-after greeting our "buddies", we eye the cute juniors. 5fStudents greet each other with-"Can you help me with this schedule?" 9-Coaches Drake and Thomas start our football season with a pep rally that shakes the dust. off our vocal cords. 11-Classes are really underway. We have our first guidance lesson. 14-Adding their voices as new cheerleaders are .lean Benedict, Eve Scalzetti. and Barbara Kaufmann. l5fThe weather. which practically washed all spectators from their seats. did not disturb our muddy but muscling team one iota. 15fJames McVay. a leader in any tield. was elected president of the 12-1 class. 16-SoiHe'thing new has been added-we prepare for air-raid t ri IT-The student body of the city gathered in the stadium for the Constitution Day program. Taking honors for Academy were Dominic Sciamanda and Jim Schmitt. If there's anything we like better than the Academy Choir, it must he the harmonious utterances of the Choir groups from East. Vincent. Tech. and Academy all under the direction of our own "Pop" Grender. 18-First school dance of the season given by the Student Senate. Everyone had fun! 22kGrab your coats-air raid drill. tWith sound effectsll 23-Very close harmony-song slides plus musical renditions by Roberta Martin and Bill Horn. 24-A day to remember-Mr. Ray's ntireside chat" was inter- rupted by a city-wide air-raid warning. The noise disturbed Jack Gintz's cat-nap. 25 George Miller. fondly known as the "little dictator" prompts at pep rally. A former pupil of Mr. Ray's. Earl Kelly. shows us how he played the piano before the army beckoned. 12-2's hold theater party under the excellent direction ot Gladys Lang, Elaine Seblom. and Don Breter. It was no task getting the class to see "Syncopation." Roll back the mats-Herbie Johnson again gave out with the music at the Band dance. OCTOBER 2-The Petre Instrumental Group entertained-the girl singer had our boys in the palm of her hand. Big boys they grow down south-Louisville was in town. 5MOur country needs scrapiMr. Zipper tells how we can help. 6-Choir initiations-VVhat master mind made those innocent victims leap into the air believing they were jumping over lighted candles- 7-Don Vondergroben and band had the "cats" hopping in their seats with his "One O'clock Jump." Don Herbert gaped as Jean Benedict sang "Stormy Weatherf, 9-.lunior Highs still lead Seniors in scrap in-take. 12-We eat. sleep. and drink-scrap. but it isn't enough. 13-The Girl Reserves invited the school to meet two very good looking Marines, who gave a lecture and showed movies on the Wake Island attack, parachutists, and Marine training. 14-Who turns the sirens during air raid drills- Such noise! 15-Reverend Blackmore of the City Mission presented the Spiritual Jubilee Singers-"All God's Children Got Shoes." Annual Girl Reserve Fall Dance in the Gym. Question of the evening-Who let "Whitey" VVolf in- 16-It always rains in Jamestown, even if we have a football game there. 20-Is anybody happy? CARD DAY. Troubles were skated away at the Senior Orchestra skating party. 21-Dr. Meyer spoke of "Youth in IVar." Potential heroes listened intently. 22-A big day for dances-if you weren't at Rainbow Gardens. you were either at the 12-1 or 12-2 Informal Party. Marion Jenkins was to be congratulated on her managing of the 12-1 affair. 23-In spite of our rousing Bonfire Rally. we came away from the East and Academy "pigskin party" with a scoreless tie. 27fThe 12-1 class had a most interesting speaker for guidance on the most popular profession of the day-homemaking. 28-Gavel day rolls around again. The gavel was handed from one Leo to another-very appropriate. Timothy Magee, of the 7th grade, took over the job of organist although he just reaches the keys. 30-The Simplicity Pattern Company put on a style show for the girls. Did you see Academy's cute models? For want of a native, Miller impersonat.ed a hula dancer at the Star Dance. Quite fawncy, George! NOVEMBER 3-Academy gets ready for t.he Victory Corps. From Swimming to Geonietry-everything's important now. fl-"Champion" Kelly and "Gentleman" Verdicchia stage a battle ot' words. Can Vincent win? 6-We raise our mighty voices at a Stadium Pep rally and yet again must wait until some future date to score on Vincent. 9-The Academy critics view with great enjoyment the play by the Salisbury Players. The cast of "Youth Takes flyer" claimed this was but advertisement for their play! ll-l.et's all go to Florida-Audrey Vlielther recommends it, 13-The Tri-Hi Dance-any census will show that more shoes were worn out this night than ever before. 16-Can it be play practice that makes Chuck .lernstrom sleep through classes? 18-Bind your index lingerf"Book Week." 19vYtlll'l'H 'FAKICS OVER, but royally. 22-The prettiest of our famed beauties are Phyllis Barton. Betty Cairns. Phyllis Nagle. Ruth Sahlmann. and .lean Southwick as the first ballots for Academy Beauty Queens proved. 23-Graduation pictures passed out during home room. llome room "Passed out" almost immediately! 21-A select group of the hand players go into the field ofadvertis- ing. The foot stamping leadership of Cal Witter is something to see! 27-Praise the Lord and pass the turkey to my plate! IJICCENIBEH 2-Stanley Osborn brings us nearer to Australia via colored films and lecture. . fScx ere blizzard kept many "Summer Children" home near the fireplace. -t-Miss Virginia DeCecco. lied Cross nutrionist, warns all coke tiends to starting eating. or else! 41-As Monday is card day. all of Miss tllsen's P.O.D. classes turned in "extra credit." work. T-Teachers bring sharply to mind the alphabet-from A to F! "Here VS'e tio Again" is enjoyed by the I2-l class at their Theater Party. What an appropriate title on card day. 9-The Drum and Bugle Corps executed some new and dillicult. formations for the assembled school. 11-Ulf to the hills go the 12-2 class on a hayride at White Sw an to celebrate the success of the class play. let-liinpty seats left. by students excused to work down town- also. unexcused empty seats! 15-But there were no empty seats as carols were made more beautiful at the A Cappella Christmas Concert. 16-Girls look forward to working at Bliley Electric if only to get the Bliley-lunch. IT-lt was announced that no more proms will be held for the duration-so. the 12-l class is having an lnter-Scholastic Dance New Year's live at YYaldameer. 18-Coach Thomas and Frieda Silver impersonate Santa Claus. in the last assembly before we adjourn for holiday fun. JANUARY 4-We grope our way back to school in the early morning black- ness. dust oll' our books. spread our elbows. and dig in. 5wThe multifarious talents plus t.he "And How!" Class lVill of the February Seniors kept students laughing all day. ll-12-13-The graduating Seniors enlighten 1993 our faculty by means of the pencil and eraser.+tEXAMSJ 12-The Girl Reserves select Betty Paterson as the name to be added to the character cup. Choir rolls on at 12th St. Rink. 13-Again the Honor Society picks and chooses from among the best-the very best. 1,1--Much crying in the soup. pranks with the dessert. and dancing at the Senior Banquet and dance. 19-lt' you missed the Consumer Ed. program introduced by John Dudenhoelferiyou missed two very, very. - - dances by Donna Doshole! 20-Air raid warning in addition to a gas attack-What happened to the "hood" in room 2049 22-No earthquake shakes "this side of State Street." lt.'s the Commando training in the boy's gym. Looking back over records, we were to have our prom to- night-oh well. we've had fun. 25-With a pledge for the future and a bright. il' dampened eye, the Seniors bid farewell to these fair halls. 's , Y 5 ,q' . r ' y i ,"". it W4 tn ,'I' :Z-PA? 'Y 'ist Sift it tis Q 1. .. e ggi 'V Q ' I4 "5 'Y . 3.1 I . . eil ,s . . . Q .,-. V it V .seam -,..,.. ,. '--. ' -. 1 . xr f 'Rx Q 1 S 'T W ...Ai s was as ACADEMY'S BEAUTY QUEEN W wr: S x X Phyllis Barton Runners up in Beauty Contest Phyllis A f i Bc-tty Lairns fYN YXWQCA' fgbgfbyl YW AZCCMI ZS QLWJTQZQ W2 I Woulhwivk UL MW 1 W "YOUTH TAKES OVER" gi .fx X N ff? 65" Qt 'S sm... xi.. ef, . , V -V -r me-rgafr ., . 1, my 5 f Z .. 91, NF' , .MQ First RowfG. Whalley, M. Albrecht, ll. Paterson. B. Bennett, l'I.VKll1soll'. Fu-cond RowfC. Jernstrorn. A. Yarbcnf-t, J. Ring, N. Sopp, N. 'l'orrancr'. Third RuwfW. Honey, li. Kimmel, M. Goard. D. Slruckn-r. "Youth Takes Over" took over Academy when it was presented by the February Seniors November I9 and 20 in the auditorium. lt was the story of rascally Albert Williams and his many troubles with school, teachers. and a carnival. Arthur J. Shepherd was director of the play, while Loretta Cenfetelli was student director. "Youth Takes Over" passed all expectations in its successfulness. Part of the profit was given to the Parent Teachers Association to form a scholarship fund. One hundred eighleen PROM Seated-C. Williamson. P. Young. Stand- ing-A. Baker, H. Rose, J. Laver, V. Krivonak. R. Sahlmann, A, End:-, P. Barton, M. Dick. Craig Williamson Pat Young On May 22nd the "Pirates" sailed into Rainbow Gardens to uphold the tradition of an Academy June Prom. Captured to entertain the King, the Queen, and their loyal supporters were Tommy Reynolds and his musical hep-cats. Delighted by his unusual arrangements, the attractive Queen. Pat Young, requested the favorite of the evening "Tangerine" King Craig I proudly accepted his sparkling crown while his subjects hailed him. The mysterious keys attached to the clever sweetheart programs gave each and every couple a splendid opportunity to secure the hidden treasure. Ethelyn Grenz and Clayton Johns were the lucky "pirates," as their key was the only one to open the lock on the box. So the five-hundred shinning pennies were theirs! One hundred nineteen N IOST IUCN Il-'IEIJ CUTEST CO UPLIE 53 P i x N , l'l'l'l 114 'I ,Ioan llcrsporgvr Call Nk'llll2lllII'l' BEST DANCEHS Ruth Gleason Chic Nlalhr-ws Pat Schlaudecker Chuck Roberts BEST IJRICSSICD lngther Carlson BIGGEST FLIRTS ,Illll SClllllill Ilenriette llurrary Clark Specter MOBT bTUDIOUb lllarj orie DIcDonald Dick Coon llarian Mr.-Laughlin Don Malthaner WHO'S WHO XYl'l"l'l C. " ' liI'IS'l' l.UUlxlNlL Nlzlrgt' lirivksc llllflll ll0N'Ill'lll NIUST I'0l'l7l, Kll Xvlllllil SlC21llIll1lIl John Yvvnzcl Blah I' Sl'0R'l'S 41 p bl l,llxl, T0 Sllflllilill Phyllis Nzlgll- 1 . Y if- l'i1-I1-v 'f aclxr MOST 0l'lllS'l'l1' l'I'liIl Y F af " IlICS'l' u rm . xx I'I'lilCS!i Nixx l'al NN asm-r llurrp Sunni-r 'HOST ISAHIII-'l'l, Nunn llcnilvrsml 4 c Peg Lashinger Vincent Kress Mary Schuhz Dol Taylor - Lowell Blake Bob Sch wci lzcr Table ol Contents .el l'lI'l'l.f-V lmyp Academe Stall' 56-ST Administration I I Athletics 28 Autographs l2I-IZZIS Beauty Queens I I6-I IT Calendar 7 I I I-I I5 Class Play I I8 February Seniors 60 June Seniors 7 TII Junior Class I08 lilnsic' 7 7 20 Office Force 7 I3 Organizations , III Prom 7 , I IQ Sopllolllore tilass I Ill Seniorsf February, l9Ill ltlh Wl10's Who 7 7l20-l2l PRODUCTION STAFF James Selunitt 7 7 7 7 lrl Editor Dominic SClBIllHllClH 7 7 7 Edilnr-1'n-t,'l11'ef Franvis lNlajor7 7 li11s1'11e.v.v llflmlyer Ben Kimmel 77 7 7 7 71311.v1'11ex.w ,llunuyer ASSOCIATE EDITORS William Billing, listllerlou Carlson, liiclnard Coon. Carol tlelrlnardt. Ruth Gleason, Marion Jac-obs, David Stein. FINANCI A L STA FF Richard Barker, Nlarguerite Bush, lidna Nlae Christoph, Donald Crossley, Betty Duberow, Rita Fitzgerald, Jean llersperger. Margaret Laslnnger, Marion Mrhanglnlin, Vllllna .lean Steadnian, Alice Yarbenet. PHOTOGRAPHY Fred Albrecht, Mr. Jonathan Bright. lfstlierlou Carlson, Norman Henderson. Lawrence Marcello. Frank Svliauble Studio, Hit-hard Yeager, lfdward Zuraw. FACULTY ADVISORS Jonathan Bright. Jeannette S. Russell, Mildred Xonliorlf. C'mon, Sign Here Here, Huh? L . 1-I V L n .5 ,I .-,4 ,I L, I, fl ' I 'I Advertising Section Index Name Page Name Page A K Adams and Streuber , 'I Kelly Sgudgos X -I American Holloyv Boring Co. . l2 Kimmel 8, Son 1 3 American Sterilizer Company l2 Kramer' J, C. 4 Atlas-Erie Supply Co. . , 4 B L Baker 8: Son, Isaac. . ' , . 3 3:31.21-1533:-lcgarilfgxigiifllnc. 13 B?uman' Alan and Morrll 9 Lawrence Cleaners and Dyers 4 Bieber-Isaacs , . , , . , 4 Lawrence Hotel 4 Boston Store. ., , , 10 Lord Mfg- Co-A A H g' 6 Bucyrus-Erie 9 Lovell Mfg. C04 9 C M ggffrzdiraugldryl Y ' lg McCarty Printing Co., Inc. 2 a . . . M D I Comptorneter School 14 C anfleu Phoio Studlo 10 Continental Rubber Works ll M3235 Zgsfgage Co' lg Meyer br Sons,'P. A. 7 D D k P Co. . . . . . 9 Dzrlingalgfgrist . 1 P Davis' Nelson N.. D,-A '1 Palace Hardware House 8 Davis' Wilbur A4 X 3 Paul s Ice Cream Bar 6 Doubet, E. 8: A. 9 Press 8: Co., L.. , 14 E R Eckerds . , 8 Riehl, Ralph R. . 9 Erie Business College. 6 1 Robinson Insurance Agency 13 Erie Commercial College , 10 Erie Credit Jewelers . . 12 S Erie Daily Times 6 A Erie Engraving Co. 14 Sanxda Ice Cream 6 Erie Forge Co. , . l2 Schaulale, Frank . 11 Erie Insurance Exchange . , 6 SCh13udecker, Leo Co. 14 Erie Meter Systems 16 Schultz. John V. 11 Erie Paint Co. . 8 Shea s Theatre 14 Erie Resistor Corp. 3 Shepard. R- W-. Dr. 15 Erie Window Glass Co. . 'I Skinner Engine CO- , 13 gtaridardlvitizker Co. 13 F l sffllfgla ' R'd' A .1 it li Ffelneifn In-'fnbel' CO- 3 Swansoncfiiasol anlduIVIaihi:x:lEorp. A 4 Fxrch Baking Co.. , 15 Flickingers , , lZ Pro-Joy Ice Cream 8 T Tho . Jam , . 7 G Tmssss.. E. if 1 Gift Craft Shop A g 1 ?:23kI:l:'l:-lelsicrztt 8: Richardson Co . 12th Street Skating Rink . 4 H H lle Bros. Co., .... . . 3 Hiller, Jacob co. . , 12 U Hammermill Paper Co. , 5 Union Ice Co. 15 Hess Brothers ,, , 'I Heyl Physicians Supply Co. 10 Hill Mau Ice Cream co. , 11 W V Waldarneer Park , ,13 I Walker Real Estate 9 Irvin -S 15 Weil-McLane Co. 15 g ' ' ' ' ' West Ridge Transportation Co. 15 J zIarecki's Jewelers . 15 Y Jarecki Mfg. Co. , , , , . ll Yeager, Hazel Daly . 1 Don Johnson . 6 Y. M. C. A. . . , 7 DARLHNG IFILURHST Oi sf i P. gf A -.e DISTINCTIVE time CORSAGES AND BOUQUETS ,fi and . . I For Graduatlon and Weddmgs ll GREETING CARDS ni' 4 I, For All Occaslons Il h 108 West 7th Street 727 Peach sf. Erie, Pa. gi jlffgroofg JKUIU! Jclflf Wpjvnlnjvl' IEWELER v i Y HAMILTQN - ELGIN JUN IUH AND M lbbhb WATCHES W BARINM APPAP-lzl. 2606 Parade Street 30 W'est Sth St. Masonic TCHIPII' Bldg. One l'-' 1943 ,1- lusuru Your Future in America Buy U. S. WAR BIJNIIS ,Y NIC fAll'IY Pnluvilmli Co., Inc. lOI'06LlC0l'5 of kite SCAOOKJHHUGA 246 li. 7th St. Erie, Pa. ' B A K E R ' S 1850-1943 Style Headquarters for Young Men - Featuring - " FASHION PARK CLOTHES ' FREEMAN SHOES " ARROW SHIRTS " REVERE SWEATERS " STETSON HATS D HART, SCHAFFNER 81 MARX CLOTHES ISAAC BAKER 84 SON Slate Sheet at Seventh C0lll1J1I'l7lPll ls of FELHEIM LUMBER co. The Erie, Pa. MEISEIPS Fine Foods Complete Line of Ilialrelic Foods Try our Hmm- Nlmle Nlaycxrlrlaiw and French Dressings 813 Peach St. Phone 23-637 DISMON DS XYATCIII-IS ll.-XNIILTI DN -- ICLGIN lil 'U IX A NN ATCllES WILBUR A. DAVIS .IElYEl.Ell 107 West 10th Street Times Square l hone Lam-l-I-U P. . l KIMMEL Sz SON O "Show und llosiery llml II'ear" Cor. 17th and Sassafras Sis. Quality Specialty Shop of Erie 65112 Ellialle Bros. Cn. CONKZHATIIIATIONSY laurel ilaill Qllemeterp Elm. On the Grubb Road 10116 mile .voullz 441' Ridge Huudn Crmrplimenls of ERIE RESISTOR CORP. Erie. Pennsylvania Th ree 'T---'-" 1 9 4 3 , , Phone C6-128 A. 0. JOHNSTON, Nlgr. 12th St. SKATING RIN K The C1Qnk of cR6f11I67Tl67Zf 12th and French Erie. Pa. EYENINGS 8 TO ll:00 Excepl Nlou. NIATINEES 2 TO 4:30 Tues. - Thurs. - Sun. If you dllllll kllllllff-l1l'S, know -VOIIl'.fllll'I'l'Pl' J. C. KRAMER Fl'lllllER ll YV. 8th St. Erie-. Pa. 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 Erie, Pennsylvania Congratulations Graduates From BIEBER-ISAACS CASCADE FUUNDRY EU. FACTORY-CLOTHING BRANCH Erie, pa, Suits - 516-50 to 321-50 - Topcoats gf., Phone 85-1182 . +o' N gay Q K onyx . 4 suNNY ACRES The LAWIQENCE he R'D'NG ACADEMY I-1 I- X-R X Learn lo Ride and Keep Fil lift? ,f f' L. E. Uuucu wo " .'. J , , mzrzn ANSHULTZ. Mgr. 0 "ll65'Mf4 Har"0'cre"" Pa' 10th and Peach Streets The Ballroom offers facilities for DANCING PR1vA'rE DINNERS BANQUETS CARD PARTIES New Colonial Room DANCING PARTIES iNot over 80 Personsj Compliments of ATLAS-ERIE SUPPLY CO. 15TH AND CHESTNUT Z2-248 Builders' - Manufacturers' Supplies Rock Wool Insulation CLEANERS AND DYERS 402 W. 3rd St. Phone 22-987 Cold Storage Vault on premises. Four 'll-" 1 9 4 3 ,E-, H W ' 'W PAPER IS WAR MATERIAL At an Eastern port. a Navy submarine is getting ready lo sail under secret orders. Onto the dock. after a special 30-mile run. dashes a paper merchant's delivery truck with a ton of cut-size bond paper to be loaded aboard. On a new Western Pacific airfield. hundreds of thousands of index cards are unloaded with the first shipment of' planes and repair partsfto record the flow ofthe spare parts into battle service. From crow's nest in a cruiser. the lookout sees another war vessel on the horizon and refers to his book of ship silhouettes. a book printed on special waterproofed paper. Battle orders, diplomatic mail. selective service questionnaires--fin thousands ol' critical ways daily. paper proves itself essential material of war. Besides the making of paper. Hammermill is engaged in prime contracts and sub- contracts for war materials of wood and metal. But it is for the production and delivery of paper that Hammermill was honored with the .-Krmy-Yavy Production Award. the "li" flag. Modern business methods and modern war methods are alike in their dependence on paper and "paper work." Today. paper is essential war material. HAMMERMILL PAPER COMPANY Fire 1943 ,gd Typisls Sh' 220 West Ninth Street We Place Every Graduate in a Good Position FULL DEFENSE COURSE PROGRAM FOR lllI,LfI'HIlIN'I'S SOPI'l'Illl'Il'S Avcmlrllarlls RoyPllnchUpf-I'alf,II's I,IUlllpIUllIf'Il'l'I,,pf'l'HI0l'S Your fEOYl'l'lllllt'llI Needs YOU IIllIliII'l"CIS ul' positions open in Erie- and xvHSIlIIl,Q't-Oll, D. C. and in all DPI't'IlSf' Areas IIIFOIIQIIUIII the United Status. l,ow1-sl cost and shortest linn- possible for BEST RESULTS Phone or Il'l'II!' ERIE BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 23-814 Erie, Penna. Auto an ERIE INSURANCE EXCHANGE 0 d Fire Insurance for Less Q A Home Industry with a Nation-Wide Service Conzplinwnls Qf A FRIEND ERIE DAILY TIMES READ IN 9 IIIIT OF IQYIQIM' 10 IIIIAIES IN ERII5 ' ICE CREAM AND an SANDWICH BAR 23 North Park Row Sandwiches and Dinners WE MAKE QUE OWN ICE CREAM Q79 bg Rm! DUN JUHNSUN ' g ' Shoes For Men IN MENS Sllolf 18 W. 9th MILK f ICE CREAM Products of Sanilarg Farms Ilairg Erie Owned Erie Operated ir 1 9 4 5-j-' ,j We Congratulate The Graduating Classes of 1943 On their Splendid Scholastic Record And wish thenl A Continued Success W-III N90 A ' I "Pax'nfHeadquarfers' Bl' 8- State Streets V9 X Your Date f " V Qs ii ii i' xr, Is if Style . Wise i YOLVLL be strictly "on the beam" in Meyer-Quality l Campus styled clothes. Make yours a sharp ensemble with our newly created hats, shoes and haberdashery - always reasonably priced. P. A. MEYER 35' SONS 817-819 State Street JOIN THE . . . Y. M. C. A. .llnke il your dozvnlozvn lleudquurfers DR. NELSON N. DAVIS UP'l'OMlCTRlS'I' 107 NVQ-st lllth Street Ti nlcs Sq uarc I I 1 itll I' I J A M E S T H O M A S .lEYYl'Il.Eli 3 West Eighth Street lliflsfur .Alll Occasions Kelly Studios Cameras, Supplies Films, Finishing 14 E. 10th St. Erie, Pa. ADAMS AND STREUBER'S - cur RATE - 6th and East Ave. Tel. C6-216 Member of the Guild Hess l3r0lherS Prescription and Manufacturing OPTICIANS Where the Price is Right Phone 22-382 133 West 9th St. Erie, Pa. Seven :NMSP 3-24 .YZ-42,9 This is Academy This is Academy. Her halls still hespeak high school enthusiasm at the sound of the three o'clock bellg her calendar is still full of social activitiesfbut there is a change. y ller students and teachers are lighting everywhere: the weekly lists of inductees are similar to her former roll calls. First Aid is compulsory to all her seniors. Emphasis on science and mathematics: special physical litness programs: her many students employed after school: scrap, hose, and hook drives: war stamp sales-these 5 Q' WPT 1 25" ., - "" ' ,s : " xg s izii fiiizb Te - K,-Q: . .. " Q"-If ' f i-1 fs- f , A s., in . , Q, , i , gp Z: . J , , X , , F 1 W: J Q X Xkjl Q J' I' 's f , 51" mi, . A tt. .l.. 40" conditions are indicative of a change in Academy's regular school life. Yes, the Academy of 1913 is unlike the Academy of any other year. She has geared herself successfully to an unusual situation: she is now a school in a nation at war. . 'g - .- X ,gg . 'ii-i' 1 9 4 3 , , ECKERD'S T06fState Street -1 109 832 BETTER DRIKQ STORES Prf'x1'riplinr1.v Hur SlI6't'I.flH'V W0 use llw be-sl drugs and L'llQII1it'EllS and Pnlpluy the best registered men lllkll lnmwy can llirfn Bring your next prescription to one of the Eckerd Drug Stores AND SAVE NIUNEY ENJOY Fm-:Ing Ice Cream Sealtest Supervised A Complete Sporting Goods Department rw ' f I, Tlll'I'f.Vjfil'P Years Qf Continued Service Io the ,-1 lhleies Qf Erie High Schools pt2l0Ce Hdiawdie HGUSZ Erie's Paint Authority Says: TO I f THE GRADUATING ff CLASS OF 1943 The Paint House of Better Service ERIE PAINT CO. Cor. 14th and State Sts. Phone 26-T11 Eighl . . g DAKA PAPER CC. Agents for HAMMERMILL ancl other leading mills WHQLESALE AND RET!-XII. paper f paper products f Twine A Complete Line ol printing Papers Office and Warehouse: 4th and State Streets Phones: 26-821-26-822 ffurnpIilr1f'r1l.v Bucyrus-Erie Company E. gf A, D Q U BET Alan .ancl Mlorril lB.aunmm1 JEWELEQS CAREEUL CARPET CLEANERS 'IOth and Holland Streets 140 West Fourth St' 1909 E. 10th Sw Dial 26-445 RALPH R- RIEHL Walker Real Estate REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE h FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS W1ShSS You Good Luck Z9 East 9th Street CCQl,L,,.L,H a l Er1e, Penna. Lovell DI2lllllf2lCtlll'iIlg COIIIIJZIIIQ' ERIE. PENNSYLVANIA .,- X Makers of l'-. Pressure Cleaners lwfingersl - Rubber Rolls I House and Rat Traps ,Lv N... fu.. Ice Hockey Sticks ,gf6Q:'i .QV Nine '- ' 1-5-4 3 EFFICIENT OFFICE WORKERS Trained Quickly - Good Salary Amazing as it may seein, within a few short months you can create an urgent demand tor your services in business or government ottioes. New Terms Begin June 28-August 30 Visit the School Tuition Reasonable Enroll at once ERIE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE SPPFIIIIIISIS 1'11Bz1s1'r16.ss Train ing T. D. KRUM, Pres. 22-644 State at Eighth St. Res. C66-358 TD UV LAU N UDV 416 Stale Street lujifg-Cl11Il0!! gjvfioto fjlucfio COMMERCIAL AND PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Official Photographers at East High School LAUTERBACH BAKERY, ln QUALITY BAKED GOODS 121 E. 21st Street Phone 75-177 C. Boston tore C. H. COLLMAN OPTOM IQTR IST 3th and Peach Streets Nlasonic Tenlple Phone 22-098 Ten ' ' 1943 , , Estahlislled 1852 Incorporated l89T JARECKl' MFG. CO. lllmlllfuelllrers Qf Pipe Fittings Valves and Cocks Pipe Tllreading Nlaehines CIOIIIIIFCSSOI' Governors Pipe Yises Oil. Gas and Water Well Supplies Pipe Cut and Threaded to Order SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS fs - OO l P Qwnlz Sdwudle Shafted 113 West 10th St. BELL 84 HQWEU' "Across from the limes" AGPA EASTMAN EASTMAN MOVIE CAMERAS Phone 24-968 CAMERAS I 1,0111 pl IDIIIPIILQ Qf Compliments Of f 1 f T Conlinenlul Rubber VVo1'ks quhn U SLWTZ DlSTlNCTlVE FURNITURE Eric, Pa. Twenty liasl Eighth ffff l i A Compliments of ,f cw:-4Q94'Y9' .Q1f..- A"'i' f ,wg ,.-sqQ4,,,- .'...--- '--' HII.I.-MII.l. UMHY STUHES MW' MW 38:0 .,..--"' 3 in 'Va' QU: otixzbyvsxx v.-' --" 1003 Parade Sl. 2521 Peueh Sl. ---.. .,.'N i '-E. 1 In -,,.---An.' , Q .i,,,,,.... Wu ? 1004 Ras: mn si. 501 W.-S1 Nh si. R ...A - 2 W K "---..,,'- ': ...---"' Vv' xg I A Lawrence Park Zi N. Park Row Z QWZ I N. Wesleyxille Q lg wk fl, --"' A P13111 sum-E 212 Has: :nh si. :P ' 'ff E,E-Ef EAN E3 ,I 1 ,V,,,...1 RR-E"" H ILL-MILL lcE CREAM co. Erie Owned Erie Operaled Eleven ' ' g Flicliingefs Hotel Dept. Especially Selected Foods Packed for Hotels, Cafeterias and Institutions Samples and Quotations Cheeqfully Furnished f-OFFICE AND VYAREHOUSEAN N. Y. C. Kg St. l.. R. R. and Wallace St Erie, Penna. AMERICAN STERILIZER COMPANY Erie, Penna. CONRAD 'S DARLING 'S HI RSCH MACK 'S SEYMOUR 'S Compliments of WER E W W I WT I ERIE FORGE CO. Erie, Pa. American Hollow Boring Co. Hollow Bored Forgiugs and Steel Shafts Office and Works: 19th and Raspberry Streets Jacob I-laller Company Wholesale Grocers P. O. Box 898 Erie, Pa. A Enjoy STERLING MILK 3330 Peach St. Dial 99-691 . ' Plan Your Social Parties at I"!V , ' j "I P l . I . .' - WALDAMEEIQ , , .na in -ef, - Jaw i AQESPP DAQK li i, ,K: , -,,:,Aw,x59,-AiA.,,33,l-.1 I The Best of Bands 2 ., 4', , 1 f ig- 29 at Popular Prices --- .UN I 1.5 -V , .N . F,- . mv . ,-'. vri eg fif -nu A224- '5 ' ' ' "'f'ih'3S'i ' ' '15 " Phones: 32,701 and 32-704 "The Sludenlx' I-'r1z'0r1'le Rende:z'o11.s" fY,'0l7l1I1l4l7lPlIfS :if SKINNER ENGINE COMPANY Hrie.Pa. I 6 Compliments ol Tlsul' , CN ' Exciusnfe X Bwper . A PRo'rEcTxoN , Pays. 3 nie us PWM 3n5'5inS0n 2 ' lhEy! , insgixgriiastb MEHLER BOTTLING ' 1218 Parade St. C0llllllilll8lllS of THE STANDARD STUKER COMPANY,INC. Th irleen --' 1 9 4 3 "O if af ir gr . Y V --ff--j Q GO TT TT WHERE HITS TP T ARE T A HABTT W, , , , E 9 , ,W , V 1 IHEATRE T ' 'WT' 'WY ,ig R Presenting Erie's Best T Entertainment ....A Lx LWAYS T T if if 'Ir TRASK, PRESCOTT 8. RICHARDSON CO. DEPARTMENT STORE F irsz' Qualify f7H6l'ClIfLlldiS8 Erie, Penna. L. PRESS 89' CO. 1206-1216 State Street SPORTING moons LEU SGHLAUDEGKEH UU. CAMPING EQUIPMENT Eslablished 1873 RIDING APPAREL SPORTSWEAR 25 E. 8th Street LsiZlgZ0lf,Zf?H1i,'s1'5ZiT225521. Erie- Pa- ree ernp oymen servxce. The Unly Incense-ci Comptumeter School in Erie. THE COMPTOMETER SCHOOL SLTHETir BONDS 722 Commerce Builchng Phone 45-464 Fourteen ' --' 19 4.3 , UNION- PURE Ice Delivery Company MANUFACTURED ICE Yellow 'I'rL1cks-41235-QT!! Blue 'l'rucks--22-2313 fl-fe lurgaunsn-fnlglsurrnio , I FE! EJ A U 'mmm' I 'ig' xo C011 F25 WEST RIDGE 'rnANsPon'rA'rloN co. Girard. Penna. 'F . lie, -ye' Z " o G i . ezxe Z AMAIQE X BR -sua? PRE 3 l 599 f HQESH , egg4f 1 in 2655 l I XXI nw l'l MA-MADE BREAD "In the Orange Wrapper" Protect Your Host Valuable Possession lrlllll' lL'.ve-Siylzl DR. R. W. SHEPARD oPTox1 li'I'IilST H3 West Ilth St. 37 Years of Helpful Eye Service in li rie Diamonds Esluhlislmzl ISGL' Watvl lRlHffKI95 195 JEWI-1l,l-IRS AND SII.Yl'IliSNll'I'llS, IM' 25 West 9th Street JIQWELIU - Sll.Ylil'iWAlilf Visil our Gif! Depurlnzenl I U Qi v f '49 5 913 Peach Sl. SHOES BY I. NIILLICR lllEIl:-lilclilllll UU. BOILERS - RADIATORS HUMIDIFIERS Erie, Pa. F if leen '-1' 1 9 4 3 , ., xi , ToMoRRoW's CHALLENGE ITH our plant busy day and night on war orders for vital war materiel we dare to loolc ahead at tomorrow. Today is full of discord and destruction, but we aslc you too, as students, to cherish your Finest ideals matured at home and in school, for one day they also will find lasting expression in peaceful pursuits. Zfddfbzyc President Vice President Sl'.1'lCE7l MuCAR1'Y PRINTING Co., Erma, P A Yy'!Y. Lvlyl'-' ' f w , X-. V '7 . 1 , fx' Y in 11. A . ,V .A X-' 'J IRQ., 1, 1.11, ,, 4. 1 v..i,x1- - ' .U V l ' I PP y . 1 'I "-ff -,.'-,L .M , . , , 4 -4 O I I J '.- wi-' if 441 ' 453 , . 1 4'-nfl, I . . F,- . , , ' .fu S.: ' Avy? ,I ..... CL 'g 1 Q-'93 'Ex' x F - 1 J gs-,pg .X f xr Xu- ' I J" J ., 1 1 T , 5 .Qygf-vt . ,q"',- ,P . 1 v 'V ' A ' 'v.','o x - 1 I' 1 . . , 4 ,hi x. , .nl- I 1 I ' , I c A, . P K -x, 1 .5f, ' X ,,z,-A.. N . ' .-,fb .U.,,, . ,. , 4 . . V .V ,f',-.- 1 . 'g,.z.k , , 57 YA .'A. 14 iq? I 1,..,' - 5 , , 1 x xy, 114' , Jwhrq' ' NW H, :fl rg-e:.1'g'Y'f ff . '-. U p . u A . 1 , r , : .,." 511' FUN '- IIN J 'x M I 1 .Ju I m Q.. 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After his graduation from Brown l'niversity where he was All American College First Baseman. he lived in liurope two years. On his return to America he spent a year at llarvard. He thus brought to his profession almost the best possible type ol' prepara- tion and had laid a secure foundation on which to build a strong and beauti- ful life. Physically Xlr. Detmers was good lo look upon. "Like some young cypress. tall and dark and straight" "He walked like a man" and "Lived above the fog in public duty and in private thinking." Socially he was extremely modest, almost shy, never boastful and had no tinge of haughtiness. Among his pupils and Close friends he was a charm- ing conversationalist. He was richly endowed with a captivating sense of good humor and an imimitable gift of wit. Mr. Detmers was a positive character. With him a thing was either right or wrong. He possessed "Opinions and a will." Few if any teachers ever enjoyed and merited greater all'ection and admiration on the part of his pupils. llis Classroom always had the right atmosphere in which young people might live and grow best. The pupils Called him "Daddy Detmersu with all the linest connotations of that appela- tion. He always wished and planned the best he knew for them. Though gone from our sight his memory will always. "Beckon to us from the abode where the angels are." W. lf. Dimorier "Those who educaie children are more fo be honored llzan lhey who produce ff16'l71.'-f0l' flzese only gore Ihem life, lhose fhe url of fliZ'lil1g.H -Aristotle. During lhis war the role of a teacher is greater than ever before. Students, especially needful of advice and help in the emergency, oflen are spared the difficulty, Costly lessons of experience because of a leacher's friendly counsel. 44,44 All INI23'l'llIll'IllN To the . . . . Students Academy Puts Cn lts War Paint The Academe this year may become a land mark in the history of Academy High. Everybody will want to keep it because it will contain the pictures of many of our friends who will soon be in all parts of the world waging war against the Axis. Furthermore. it may be the last publication of its kind for a number of years. The signing of this year book will mean more than at any other time. Our friends will not only be leaving school but they will be going to the ends of the world to do their duty for the land they love. Each one of ns should have some plan whereby we may be able to keep in the Academe a record of our classmates. This class of '13 will have a big percentage of its members in government services over the world. The future may find them permanently scattered carrying out our government plans whereby peace and prosperity may be the core of the whole world. It will be interesting when reunion days arrive to check up to see if I have predicted correctly. The class of '43 should organize now to have a committee at work recording the history ofits valiant four hundred as they charge into the war for the benefit of mankind. J. W. RAY, Principal ..- ' 4 WE-ber, Margaret 017' ive Clerk Nliss Susan Tanner flssislnnl Prinripul The Office Force l'pon our first day of entrance into Academy's halls, Miss Tanner became known to us as one who graciously and willingly will offer guidance and advice to any student who may need her help. In addition to her many duties, she also chooses and heads the monitor system and helps the nurse and doctor in their yearly physical examinations of each student. So, to our Assistant Principal we offer our appreciation and sincere thanks! Also, for their endless hours of varied oflice work, we salute our efficient. office staff, Miss Hakel, Miss Waugh, and Miss Weber. Taking attendance for some 2,500 students enrolled in Academy, answering telephone calls. and aiding the many students who flock to the office are just a small part of their routine. 44. llzlkcl. wlilllpil Ulixizl liutli w Q1f1'r'et.'f1'rk lt!7'l':'r t fflx FACULTY LIFE IN THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Badgvr. Pearl Spanish Cc-rho, lilizaln-ill l'lzy.v:'zv1l E1llll'1l,l.IPIl lh'Tue-rk, ,Ialnvs Social Slzulivs ICI it-r. lilizalrclh I ,'1ll71lI1!'l'1'I.lI1 Iilakl-. Marion lin gl ixh Cofi n i . Nord I lrllmyvn ir Dulrv. Louis:- .IIIISIIV Finn-I I i . ,Iosvph S1'1'f'lll'1' 'S llruloy . Lulu-I In fIt'4ljfI'llllll.V Cru nv, Mary Urllrnyfv: irx Urakv. Lowe-ll I,ll.V.Vl'l'll, IZIIIIIIIVIII-IIII Fluc-gm-I . I I1-Ima Snriul NIIIIIIIPS ' V1 in J? m Bright. liurgun, ,lllllillhilll Sylxiu llI'll'fII.lIfl Lulirr Davis, I,l'lIlllIillf.f Lynn Yluriv Sr'1'r'I1r'1' lz'ny1li.vh lluffx Il plvuxw you. Ilr. II VIIIIIPIIIIIII I' ,gsm I I Q si N. - I za :J ,gp g ,L 1555 'fe '27 -fer? 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A n nu Illlllll' l2'I'4lIIUIllI'l'N Sll'1llll'll . Tlu-rm-sal 1lllHlI'llI1lfiI'N ii C WN 4 K, ,-X - ,Q .1 ibn ! x . X ' ' ,QQ . " x p IQ -,.-.- N I mug. YY i ll i l'l'4-ll Iivllflll-Sli Ii idvr. li ul h IJIIIAVI Ulm-n. hun- Sm-hzl Slznlif li uhling., lxl In-I .NI'I'l'IH'l' ll ill il l'.l'll!1llll'? 6 . .:. . -Z-fi. I. .g ,. ...ag ' . A , V -' ,,?.f,,Nfa, 1 174a,ja5i7ig'j ilmff-3,4 A , 'Q ,2Tg'7if- fr y- i:1',-,ripfq 4' 5 IL' , avg 'i-why f' 119,-aftlf .1 .-"1 1 fry, cff1f,y'w jg!! 1 , 'kjftl Qi s 6 "AQ ,51.,w.,,,!ff, 1 ' 5" ,gh S Y- ' H0 ff ,llzalhe good old .viunmer-linzel VanCeeni, Von Korff, Annette Mildred Arl illallzemalics Williams. Young. Jennie Kathryn Home Economics English Stull. Frances Commercial Thonlas, Edrnund Physical Eclucaliun Wagner, Lau ra Science Zipper, Joseph Science Stunlp, Nlinnie Engl isl: Torrance, Frederick English W'hitenlan, Byron General Shop Jordan, Walter General Shop Swahn, Clarence Drafl ing Towns, Coston Social Sl ud ies Whitley, Dorothy Science W'eschler, Maria Malhemalics Teachers in armed forces . . . Ylarxin Spvlwv Frwlvrivk Tcnrrzlllf-0 tflllj' lir lfnrps Nury Jann-s lh-Tum-rk Waller llull Curl l'1-lc-rs .X'Ill'.V tflllj' Hr lfurpx lfmlsl flunrr no 'YQ "Through my spiril inznzorlals speak llze message that makes the 'world weep and laugh, and wonder and worship. For I am the insirunienl of God. I am illzzsicf' kljnknown. Emotions are very important, especially to high school people faced with abnormal conditions. It is imperative that they have an outlet through which their feelings can be expressed. Music is their most powerful mode of expression for it is a language of emotion. Everyone understands itg it l1as no race barriers, no national distinctions, no age limits. Music lends spiritual in- spiration, enjoyment, and even peace to a youth whose natural surroundings clash with the discord of destruction. A HKN gy X, I 'Xt' Rs ' vi ,J Q xQl"f'A " ' XQWQ ' ,Z-" 1 ,K A , Q ,.,, ,,.,. ,.A,A ., ,Qg, x A,,, f, L? . 3 w ' XF X I! ii? 4 7 Twirlm-rs l.. Mcllonald. H. Jensen, H. Kl'llt'l'lIlg, P. Nagle ll lxruns 1 urns lfirsl Now---ll. Simpson. l. Krar-gl-r, lf, lifavicrfhio, fi. York. E Dnlfv un n r nf ll. Kellogg. fi. Snow. J lfiern. l'. lmally. D. Lasller, S. l.upo 'Hecnlu nv Q It H ll. llrlmn. lf YY0ll'. ff, lluhl. H. Krape, ll. Friedlanfl, li, Xllmvay no lint tr fiurlson. A Ruseio Third Huw Ii. Nan Aman, H. Nl! 1 :ln ron luon s li. Carey. lt, tloon, tl, Urban, N. llenderson. ll Sanncr, nur me 7 rs umfr llnrll. .l. llurgess, li, Mclsuiglilili, ll. lvatkins. Fourlll uw d nm tr Gorman, li. Mel.:-od, l'. Holder, ll. llettger. J. th-hliardt. t J rns 1 X mg.: r Dru! N 1 4 r l". Struchen. ll, Jell, ll, Parsons. l. Ford. F. lfoonll-r. tl t l lunar o rss: rln Band With Mr. Peterson's enlistment in the Coast tiuard at the close ofthe ltll-l-1912 season, the band gained the valuable experience of Mr. Grender, who will direct this organization for the duration. Dur- ing the football season, the band's varied formations and its military bearing not only added much to the spirit of the games, but also indicated the long hours of drill---drill which will undoubtedly prove valuable to the boys facing im- minent entrance into the armed service of their country. lt was deemed inadvisable to perform out of town this year because ol' trans- portation difficulties. Instead a service relief benefit. concert, a dance. and a skating party, all successful, were held. Mr. Towns managed the finances of each activity. Membership in the band, always an organization commanding respect and admiration for its service to the school, may be thought of as the goal of every boy who plays a recognized band instru- ment. Drum Corps ,Ns time marches un. so dues the ,Xctulcrny llrnni tfurps. 'l'hrnngh the tlurps. llltillj gxliiflttllly girls have learned tlu- tramp. tramp. tramp usually connected nnly with swldiering. The xery lirsl day ul' scluuvl lpund a grnnp ul' girls eager tu prmidc their laniiliar parade nt' cnlnr to ,xtiitlftllly-S lluit- hall season. They did. l ruler Nlrs. Dulce tlu- girls twirled, lingled, and drnrnnu-d with especially guild resnlls. Snappy drills. in- xplxing. anuing uther things. the litbI'IllElllUIl of an and a "X kept rnany a lputliall spectator interested during tlu- hall. lt was nn easy matter: rain. wind. and snow ul'ten "made the going lnnghf' but they carried nn with typical high scluuil spnnk which uldslers seldmn adnnt exists in the "new generation." Cleaning instruments was in order after tluitball seasnn: it ltumli a week. 'lillf'll treatin lllft lenl et new musical nnnlhers and even nuire intricate drills. With the new semester came an my erllnw nt' girl candidates aspiring tu become fnll-fledged II1PIlllJPI'S. Those with snperiur rnarching ahility and a develuped lIlIlSlK'Hl training were adrnitted. Highlighting all sncial events. the annual spring lianqnet pl' the tilnrps is really the last social func- tion fur each Senior IIlPllll'lt'I'. During the year twp skating parties and a dance. spunsured hy the girls. were financially and socially successes. Like Time. the Drum and Bugle tlnrps marches nn. Watch fur them nn Flag Day! First Row fl Xelligun. X Nt-lsnn, Il, Rnlnlrzlll. X. .l1llinsml. J. Rupp. l' llarlun Second Row -Xl licnning. I5 llillcr. U. Tillich. ll' Hush. A, ffrzmdall. ll. lxulucju. ll. Xlurrzly. L. Scott. I7 Xlontigny. ff Gln-isncr. W , 'l'half'r. Ii Xlusnlli' Third Row 'nl llftllltl- I4 -l0llllSf'll- Nl Fuller. Xl. lleplingcr. IN linrick. X Hutkuski, II, Lnnguwski, R, Ynshkvwicz, l, Kasper. H, Saylur. li. Sward. I. lllzllr Fourth Run - 5. Ackerman. li. Nurton. S. llaz--n. H Czirlsmi. Nl Stnrtcn. Nl Nlatlis. H tiarlin. Nl Hahcuck. tl Jnlmsnm, D, Jeckna. Il lxmtusnyrlski, ll. Wingwrt r. li, liundlza. Xlrs IU Twenly-three Academy Singers lfvcr since thc founding ol' the Choir in l93l. it has bt-cn held in high regard by all local music lovers. Mr. Grender. its much loved and able director for eleven years. has maintained a standard ol' excellence which compares favorably with other leading high school choirs ol' the nation. Nlcmbcrslnp m the Choir has long be-cn looked upon by the students as a distinction. The activities are interesting and varied. The sn-ason's engagements include two special concerts. Christmas and Sorin-Y. and sin-'ing l'or various citv orffamzationsz while thcu' social calendar ll'UYlLl1'S l'or a fret-act uainted Jartv. dances. a . P4 P' A - . J' t . 2' - skating party. and the traditional strawberry lt-stout. Choirs ol' former years have spread Acarlcn1y's l'amc by traveling to New Nork. singing in Town llallgto Boston. singing in various coll:-gt-s along thc xvay to llichmonrl. XNasl'ington. and Detroit. The Choir owes much to Mr. Dimorier. who has dont- u great rlcal in planning the trips and has given generously ol' his timc. money. and cllorts in its interests. The nation's crisis. although prohibiting more trips. has not alllrctcd their morale. and the graduate members will always think ol' thc Choir with a pang ol' home sickness. First Rum lf. Jfrrueson. li Wlripplc. .l, Graham. l'. Davis, Xl. Hong. J. Host-quisl. N Dt-ck:-r, J, Grivxvulul. J. Johnson. J, Nvlliltlcsey. A. Fora-ll, D. Hay. .I Schatl'ucr. Second Row' -l. ixnuth, N. lxatz. C. Nlillcr, B, Nor!--n, ll. Yochirn, Nl. U'Brien, Nl. J. Van Arnman. Mr. 0. I.. Kirenrlnr, l J. lxraruv-r, Nl. Rolrcrtsori, l. l"r-'-lautl. Nl. Nami-vor. ff Cornstock. li, Zuraw, G. Harlleson. Third RowfJ. Cooney. K l"ulirman. li. Harry. I. Andi-rson. ti. Swanson. D Parsons, l., Hake-r. H Gleason. l', Courtf-aux. J. Locsch. ll. H. Tucker, G, Yan Arnman. li. lxuhr-ia, X tirot-nf-nrlaxrl. Xl Nlussoll, W, Nlcln-od Fourth Rowf ll Smith. .I Yochim, H Brown. G, llausman. D. Boyce. E. We-ber. H Shi.-Ida, Xl Slwrr. Xl lfrldy, J Ring. ll. Gt-lrlmrrll. N. Hot-tg:-r. ll. Robinson, A. llammoufl, R. Rvitz. R, Yaxvger. Girls' Chorus Three years ago thc Girls' Chorus camc under the direction ol' Mrs. Dolce. Through her the girls. by sacrificing their own individualism. have broadened their collective repertoire to include everything from Gershwin to Bach. livery May. the members participate in a choral festival featuring the combined talents of Erie high school choruses. Promoting inter-scholastic good-will, the l'r.-stival boasts an assemblage ol' about two hundred and fifty voices. Besides this gala event. the chorus has a vcry l'ull calendar: each year they sing at various churches. broadcast from civic projects. and sponsor two formal concerts. Glee Club The Academy lilcc Club is composcd ol' boys who love to sing. lVlembership requirements are not as strict as in the Choir, but to qualify. one must. have a good voicc and a good car. Under the direction of Mr. Grender since 1930. the Glcc Club has helped to supply Academy and other schools of the city with fine music. The type ol' songs included in an average program range from sentimental and humorous numbers to songs like "Stout Hearted Men" and "The Rangers Song." As you have probably guessed. the Glee Club has had "man power" trouble. It is carrying on very well in spite of the drawback. Twenly-four grid' 'rf , 1 . Girls Chorus First Row- NI. Kiran I'ur1I. IT, Palsy. N IIic'c'i. .I Ihxse-qliisl. II Iirf-Ivr, Nl Inmir-r. 'I' Nlzmzzu. If Ulgzin. I' lhalivn. 5. Il-ilh.1I IYi1'l1'r. ll Iirumn. IC. Xlvisu-r. .I, Ii:-rn-rIi1'l. I7 Tuylur. J. Xlmmry. Xl Ixnipzhl. Ix Ifaulrsiw. S Ilmxill. Ii. I,. Iiuuklv Sn-4-und Run Nl Iiuriu-ll.l YY:-sL'I1Ii'r,S.Turnk, JK, II1'1'klll:m. W Slvzulnlun. I5 I'uI'-rsim. Xl Ixrixunuk. XI Ilalrlllo-lliws. Nl Iirlznlrl. NI Palsy, IC, Pruqu-ri. -K lfnllhull :M Sl'IgII'l'. II. Yzlrgn, ID. II:-inlvin. II Xlurlill. XY. Wilson, J. Iiruhznn. Third Hum N, Ilznis. IT, Ifumxuy. li Ilzlhn. IC. IW-iglil. N I51-ham D. Ifnslruln. D. II4-In-rlv. I'.ShntfslnIl, 1f.SlruuIr, Ii. XImlg:uI1I,S Srllzmf, I W:1I4ull.Ii I"iu1'I1. I.. Sill:-r. II Iiillvurn. If,S1nnnn-r. II .XKIIIIII If. IIUEICII, Ii. Ill-nm-H, Hrs. I3uIm'. Fourth Row iS XX hilv. .I. Hunk. Ii. Silvz-r. Nl Iil:iI-wslva-. ll SI1r1-va-. II. Ixunlz. I7 NIzlIlI1uuo-r, .I, NN hill G. Ilzllldzlll. II. XIIIIIIIIIIIIT, XI. XY1-hh. XI. Curr, IC IIIuL'kn1uli4I.J Ifulvnlull. I4 IIPIIIIPII. NI. I"lric'ksull. IT. Xlllnvh, II. Ilzlrlnmi. If. IA'Im4'r GICC First Row- U. Hmilh, F. Fulln-r, Ii,Gus1uI'smi. I'. In-silly. NN Sills. Xlr Hrs-nd:-r. I,. Ixnulh. IN NI:1rsIi:lII.'I'. Xlurinn. 'If Ifnynu-, .I Nlulmm-3 Se-cond How IC, Cari-y, N. Sn-ylvr. J. Usrm-pinski. II. I"nrlluI1'lyIC. N. NInIIVi-sim. I" Nliaikimski. IT Ilvrsllillwr. Ii. Nl:-lflilluugll. IC. I'xllIn'j:l lx. I"uhrman, Il. Flynn. J. Shin-lds. Il. Fzililkilvr. Third Run f-II. Smith. Il lhniglms. II. Ilaila-. H. Ilmisnuln, Ii. I'i1-lrmk, N, Iifwlgu-r. .I Y i I I'r-IT4-r, D. Xlilli-r. G. Sxxznismn. C. lvrry. D. Ilarrun. IC. Nsli-xnlmrski. J Yewhim. fi. Fri:-iirim-Ins, Twenlyifive Junior Orchestra This is the only .lunior lligh group in Academy outside of Athletics. lt is composed of about thirty-tixe sexenth. eighth. and ninth graders. who feel that. socially. they are happier having an organization of their ow n. Orchestra period is thought of. not as a class. but as a break in t.he days activities for pleasure. combined in a painless way with learning. Some senior high students. wishing further training on an instrument. are admitted to this group. No prey ions orchestral experience is needed to qualify for this orchestra. and llltilly students in the instrumental class:-s join directly after one year of training. Through Nlrs. Dolcc's elforls. the At'Htlt'llly orchestra is one to which we refer w ith pride. She stresses care in intonation which is a primary' requisite ofa good musician. She takes the same care in choosing and dcxcloi-ing a conccr'trnastei' in the Junior orchestra as in the Senior orchestra. Accent is also placed on the rules of meter and how to Iollow a conductor. t'l'his is harder than it sounds,I These .luniors are very enthusiastic about their nmsic and show sincere cllort. llowexer. it is felt that they deserv- nlorc recognition than they have recciyed so far. More opportunities to perform in public would be a form of encouragcmenl to these worthy juniors. Most of these students will not go on with their nmsic past high school. liut no matter how short their training lime. the fact that they have learned to appreciate thc dilliculty of performing well on an instrument will add to their appreciation of the mystery and magic of good music. First liowffD. Bretz. Nl. Seralini. J. Parker. ll. Kr-llog. E. Nliller. li. Craig. H. Nlartin. N ll:-nk. Second ltowf'l". ffasconi. J. M1-Mahon. W. Gay, J. Blaekntore, J. Olsen, D. Ulsen, l'. Kugel, A. Rider. Nl. Nlartucui. D. Hretz. Third Row L. Dickson. H. Schneider. L. llales. ll. Singer. M. livans. H. Blum. M. Mueller. Mrs. Dolce. Senior Orchestra Surprising as it may seem. this is the oldest musical organization in the school. ll was started with the opening of Academy and was organized by' studcnts. Due to the emergency. membership this year is the smallest exer. Under the leadership of Mrs. Dolce, the orchestra has improyed immensely. The quality of music is liner and the students themselves more interested. Mrs. Dolce is concerned mainly in deyeloping soloists and tries to giye them numerous chances to perform in public. The motto of the orchestra. "To always be prepared." has proxed a useful one because this group is often called upon to play' with very short notice. The group is required to play xaried programs from theater pit work at class plays lo formal concerts. They give two formal concerts a year. This yariety of demands makes it necessary for them to study classics. in- formal modern. and popular nmsic. Requirements t'or entrance are fairly high. lt is quite an honor for a wind player to be accepted. Many more appli- cants for this section of the orchestra than can be admitted are considered. Tone quality. technique. and reacting ability' decide the issue. As for the strings. no student is turned down. A place is always found for him in either the .lunior or the Senior orchestra. The reason for this practice is that a larger proportion of string to winds is maintained in all orchestras. Instruments are important. Some of the bows haye been in use for about twenty-three years. being handled cxcry school day' by' at least or1e student. A new grand piano for use in the auditorium is needed badly. It should be a matter of pride that such a large school be able to offer a good grand piano to our guest soloists. First Tow-J. Nladlelmer. E. Musoltf. L. Leslie. J. Rupp. li. Jameson, D. l'apucci. G. Jones. G. Nash. Y. Johnson. Second Rnwili. W:-lrer. N. Carlson, P. Lee, C. Miller, D. Bretz, Nl. Dougherty. L. Baker. B. Horn. l. Ahnell. D. Dr-rshimer. Third Row-lt. McLaughlin. A. Eaton, J. Burgess. H. Horstman. ll. Gahin. F. Struchen. E. VVolf. K. Multhaner, D. Yondergrohen. Fourth Row- fA. Ruscio, ll. Marshall. VV. Watkins. R. Krumpack. D. Herbert, R. Wolfe, L, Ford. J. Ruhling. Mrs. Dolce. Twenty-seven "l"111' Il'l1Pll the 0116 Greul Sroref' FUIIZPS lo wrile against your name, He 111111-ks'-1101 fha! you ll'0lI or Ioslebul 110111 you played lhe game." -Grantland Rice. Fnulball. swimming. tennis, gulf, baseball, basketball-these games are symbolic' nf the Anieric'en way of physical fitness. While il is increasingly important that high schools develop a physically strong youth, il is "nur way" ln add lhe thrills and excitement, of games lo the regular calisthenics. While aiding the welfare of the nation, fitness programs benefit the indix'idual's well-being. lt gives the individual a necessity of a happy life, health: it gives the nation a strong youth. 1, xxmx wif if m y 2il'llll'l'Si BEST PUNTER MOST QUGXRTERS 6 ' ' , :A,:l - BEST Football Results K , 6. A PLACE Km, 6, 6 ac KxcKoFF 6-lrrlcfellzy Oppolzfni .Score fi :VY I " A IL Warren 6 6 Nb' M h 26 Cathedral Prep6 66 0 z,. T Ml. Carmel 6 6 6 6 . B 5 6 Tec-lmlcal 6 6 6 6 6 0 EST isp fn , . . ,, UNTER - ', A LUIIISYIHF5 Dupunl 21 .9 ' 0 Akron East 6 6 6 6 6 0 0 .Ian10sl4,vvn6 6 0 0 lfasl 6 6 66 6 6 0 I2 Dunkirk 66 0 6 Strong Yinvenl 6 EEST fm Aliquippa6 6 6 6 28 Pass Rscauvek T Jameslc6,wn 6 6 6610 Bzsr UNE PLUNGER BETST Pexssea BEST BLOCKER 4 :.: . fx 6... 6 '- V 6 - S Q, ' ' 1., I 1 --i:, ' V .HQ 6 fe- " 5. 6 ,Q 6 . 2 N BEST Pass 6" 6 'q ill Q 3 .1" BEST OPEN FHELD 66, 6 b -- q 555-r TAQKLER "" P 65ESE'Yr5'3 666.. 66666 66 6666656955566 66 6.666 6 66.6 6 ' ' lf' Nl. I.:-ui. H. 'l'h0ln:is C. Tun ns Al. Ik-Tin-rk N. Colin Varsity Football .xl'iifiPlIlj'.S fmvlliall PIEWPII uziliplvtelcl a Slll'i'PSSi.lli sflzismi lliis Xf'iil'. hui they SP!-'IIlf'l'i lu lm pw-clvsliiivfl for ai se-ries of tiff ganws. The Linus ewmi f-mlvcl up in a ll11'Pff-way tif- for the vily Cillllllpitbll- ship. ,Ns a lf-alll. the Hold and Blur- WMP unusual in many respects. First. tllerv wwf- no slars fvavli player sliarffcl Pllllliiij in llw glnry ui' the ,LIl'ifiiI'4lIl. Cuuvli Drakffs lumps WMP alsn widely Cmllllieilclfwl for sllperiur SIlUl'iSIllblIlSiliIl and pliysival 4-umlitinn. In lllillly' frays the progress did not turn in tlwir favor. bul llw buys 1-ari'iPd un will: an 1 lrl. .Xvaclmny lradeniark. il IJF'I'SPYf'I'ElllCf' ln tight lu llw linisli! First Row 'J Xlvxuy, Il, lfnrllallvlyk. NY Finnvy. J. Lzmiln-rtnn. L. Hlukv. li. Nnlklm-'r. J. Wiilwy. l'. R.-lly. I.. Xvrflivviu. N ke-Ivhe-il. Y. Krixunzlk. Sevolui Row-'IX Sluiu-llhm-fe-r. A. Sclmindt, J Pvvk. K. lxline-, J. l'f-ifrr. R. Barr. J, Svhrn-mnigusl. I-1, Hurllllvrm-5, H. Haus Xlzm. Nl. Yaliusku. Ii lirmxn. J Nxvilfd. IT, Wihilv. X . Jauurvk. J, Mug:-l. l', Fishwr. II, NPHIPIII G. Huhun. J. Nluuu. I. 'l'rnil. J. fiuyiu-. H Xvrga, 1 . -ff' ' : I' U , ' 1 I F I Nt' 1 A . ' 1 N' ss, . YM , riff-4'i .M " N fv- 'va ! E :ul 5, f VER" 'LQ QE VX' A , fir ii, X, :IZ J ffyqv X fx' ff V! 5,2 1 J? RM 2 X .. ' HV! W xxx X i xxx 'Q , 1 1 NX 1 , X ff if ff! , Km!! 1 'QQMEA' EE. ofefz U 2 5 5 Q, BASKETBALL Th zrfy iwo 1 315 5 Varsity Basketball At tlle opening uf tlie l9I2-'lil basketball season Academy was eunsidered a serious euntender lm' the city eliampiunsliip crown. 'l'l1e learn started with impressive victories over its foes and led the entire City league lllftlllglltllll tlie Iirst lialf ol' tlle seasnn. llnwever. their drive was suddenly lialled. and llue quintet started tu lnse games by very close scores. The niid-year grarluatiun had rubbed llne team ol' its stellar players and left a gap whit-I1 was keenly felt. Although at the end ul' the season the rem-urd ul' games vvun ur lust was not very favorable. the spirit of the st-lioul remained at its eonstant liigli level because of the playing ability and spurtnnansliip displayed by llie basketball squad on the liardwund. Basketball Scores G. llausnmn. A, llamnmnd, C. iNPllllilIIl0'I', li, tion:-xer, aa Fin-xl Row A. Kline. J, tfuyne, ll. Yawger. J. Wiley, C, Selmnthuler. 56 Yineenl 23 :ll'llfl'PlII-V Opponent 33 Kas' 5 I I9 Kant y l 21- 32 'l'eeli 5 I 'l'et'll I 9 IT Prep I5 Prep I8 3 I East , I-.2 liasl 21 I8 Kanly I5 09 Yint-ent 28 27 Lawrence Park ISI Tec-lu .. 25 5I Tech I5 'I-0 Prep 23 223 Prep I0 East I6 I2 lfast, th I-5 Lawrent-e Park - I3 27 Yint-enl III Sf-eond Row- Coal 'll Thu as In 1 l.. Gable, .l. Pizzfll, ll. Blake. H.tir1-en. F. Strurllen-Nlalmger. Third Row lv. Xlurgnn. 'l'. Nletlnln I Champions TILHIK FOIL SHOOTING , Pivrm- 30 yd. clash 8th-0th grad:-s, , , ,, ., Yanrlamia Klein ,lim hurcllmfs. 50 pil. dash llltli-llth-12th graclvsn Westvrlingz llansrnan high hurdle-s. 30 yd, dash Ynrsit y , , , ,Y,, ,,Hgirng-gl NYhits- ,, ,HH llcncl:-rsun , K .880 WRESTLING llvrnle-rsun ,fllilv 83 lbs., , , , ,. ,, llinspvte-r llvllite' rvlay 00 lbs., , .hlitcllvll Trnit ,relay 03 lbs., lloselwrry Hansnmn , , . rs-lay lli' lbs., , ,. ,Yvrga Klein rvlny 1220 lbs... ,,,, YYoll'e 128 lbs. ,, Klchlann FIELD liVlCN'l'S 133 lbs., , , Kuwakzyk Shot Put ll, and li uw , , Blake- l 13 lbs.,,, . .,Englv lligh Jump, ffarlislm- IBO lbs., , llustf-rhnltz Pole Yanlt ,, Fist-he-r lh3 lbs., ,, , Christiansc-n llup. Sta-pand.lnn1p, Cartvr ITU lbs., , , , , , . . ,Bnto Standing Broad Jump, , , Pivrve- W'Ali'l'lNlF AND APl'ARATl'S PIIYSICAL FITNESS llhinningr. ., flartvr Hlnstnvlm- Course- , , , Ward. Carte-r llopv Climb , , , , . , Pizza! Potato Raw , , , , , , ,Ward l"lPIl00 Yanli , , Cart:-r. St:-in Shot Throu , , ,,,Y . Longo Lung Din' ,, liartlvtl Tennis ,,,, , Altvnlwrgvr. Nick l l W hilc- shirts indivnte individual chanlpions. Blue shirts indicate the Track team. First Huw llifrsllprxifsll. Pi-tr-r. J. Nlitchf-ll, 'lf Rus--bf-rry Second Row'fR W:-istvrling. R Hathaway. 0. Ke-lly. J. Lvosch. D. Douglas. N, Dfrlmvnll. H. Gnnzflr. E.Grngg-1. K Nlnrgun. T. Nlvflulir-. T. Bartllrlmffs..l.S1'lir.-0unf:1rsl.J llizmit. l". llarnvd. Third Row'-N. HPndPr- sun. H llf-rlustritt. J. Si-hf-Il, J. Shir-lds, R. Nlnvillliwicz, li. Brown. l,, lilakv. l". Kuhn, C, J:-xx:-ll, T. He-Ulu-r. li. l'Cr1gv'ss9r. J. lYallis. A. Klinv. Fourth Row-iD, Ste-ill. ll. Nkirll. E. Longo. D. Lie-be-l. l,. Grablv, H. Parke-r, ll. lllrrsvlnam, l. Murphy. H. Sr-idl, D. Smith, J. Wilson. ll llllitv, l, Truitt. Y. i'i1'r0f. li. llausman. Fifth Row llfildrfll und.l11nif1r lrlrxily h'uxkf'lh11lII-WJ. Klts-nl1Prg1'r, Y. Li-ttvriu, li. Lalfi, ll Str-invr. II ilvnning. XY. l'lr,n:.wli. tl llagmnnn. T, Coyne-, D, Thmuus. D. Honill. R, Yuat. J Sillliilllq. l', l"ishPr. Sixth Row v li rrxllerx und. .luninr Class Teuml li. lfarlylv. J Yvrga. lf. liowalrzyk, U, Rust:-rhollz. A. Christ -nsun. J, Bum. ll. l':Ilgl'l. J. xll5.fl'l, G. Rrllizm. R. Yffrga. T. Bartlr-ll, 5 if Mr, Scrafford. li. Wu-sterling. ff. Nr-ithiuncr, P. Christenson. IX. Christi-nson. J Luv:-r. Golf Any athletic organization might vvell be proud ol' a record like the A-Xt-aden1y's golt'er's. For tvvo conserutive years they have remained undefeated: their straight victories pile up to the sum ol' thirty-tvvo. For two years. also. they have won the lidinhoro District Ten meets. Due lo the fact that an Aeademy team vvon the meet in l9Il9. the District Ten cup is novv a permanent Academy possession. Mr. Scralford. who keeps the boys a friendly. informal group. has had some ol' the players l'or tvvo years. Laver. Christenson. Westerling. and Neithamer are in that group ol' veterans. They are all excellent golf players. hut they are keeping: constantly prepared in order to set a new record for the team: three. Consecutive. victorious golf' seasons! Golf Schedule T Prep 7-lcadenzlv Uppnnenl 8 Lavvrence Park 1012 Prep ., l1g 12 liast H12 Lavvrenee Park, 13 101-1 Tech, 12 liast , 0 12 Yincenl T15 Tech. , ,, , 113 ll vincent T liclinboro 7 7 5 l2 lidinboro Th irlyjfire Henle-ml ell. Wiley, lf. l"rei-land. J. Craig, D. Parker. A. llannarozzi. li. Zurim. Standing --H Johnson. J. Nlifkovic. R. Slritzingti, D. Brotherson, H Sin-gn-l. F Yliles. H. lxunz. Polo and Swimming Academy's swimmers experienced a handicap this year due to a peculiar coaching difficulty. When Coach Rolhnger left. Nlr. Dlemel took over for exactly five days. When Mr. Diemel went to the navy, Nlr. hllfliUYlC accepted the coaching position. Nlr. Nlifkoyic encouraged the team throughout the polo season. Coaching was a new experience for him. but he did his Joh well. Considering his unusual position, he managed to keep the team in good stand- mg. Want-r Polo Standings SWViIllI'llilllL' Standings City ll 'on Los! li 'on LOS! Aleet liast..- . 6 0 Easts-, W6 0 1. East Yincent . . . lt I2 Yincent , - - . - -4 2 2. Yincent Academy . . - I 5 Academy, - . . s . 1 5 3. Academy Tech . - . . - l 5 Tech ...., , , ,1 5 4. Tech Thirty-sir Wrestling Starting thc- season with an iris-xpwivm-vcl tvauu 4'Xt'PIliiIlfl lin' xvtemiis tlaptuiu X t'I'Q.l'ii. lmuliy. the- ACHdPIlly wrestlers rlicl as well as wulcl be vxpvt-tml. Tlwy xwnt cltmu lu IlPl'Plil luit-v. but lhvy vzuuf- up with as many victuries. Coat-h Towns. who has built up a g1l'UWlIlQliIllf'I'PSl in xxrvstliug: iillltllljl .Xi-aclvlliy buy s. mis vspm-iully pleased with the Ht'lliPYf'IllPIllS ul' Divk Ditie-llu and Whily Kuwalt-zyk. Both ul' thvsv buys xwu the-ir 4-ity and district meets. Tho value ul' urs-stliugr has a grvat altravtiuu fur thv stuflvnt burly: it vaiusvs gXt'iiflfxlIlN'S rnllllnulg on future squads tu lw xvry uptimistiv. Ac-aflenly Opponent 5l hiillftxlll. , ., tl Il Yim-Put , tl I U time-11x'illv tm 0 tinwilvillf- f 22 First Row- A. Nan Damian, T. Hosvlwrry. If YYulfe-. H, XIVXIIHIII. 5 fiunli. B. lluaglaml. H. liatviucllin, J. Xi-rgzl. Second Huw If llruys. P. Lvally. D Yugi. H. Xrrgu. R. ING:-llu. R. lmuualvzyk. L, Luvastru. Third Huw-Coavh Trmns. I, Nlarvvlla. H. Ham-r. YY, Husv. J Xugvl. P. Kr-lly, NI. Xlatthvxxs. Il Gfwrniau. W. Hitting, C. Ne-nwuz Fourth Row 'I'. Drwxlf-r. li. ltustf-rliultz. J. Butn, R. Dvgrnf-r. lt 'lilizu'kvr. H. XYarr'l, R Engel. P. Cliristmisml, ii-1-1 . -: ' -zex N , x ws. 6. t " ' a, KE, ' : N fl 1 if D ' .W , ai First Row f-J. Wilson. U. Smith. T. Coyne. Second Row-li. French. li. Pnsky. D, 'l'l't-nias. D. Steiner. ll. Henning, D. Hunin, E. Grygo Third Row-B. ll esterling. N, Donoxan. C. Hagmann. T, Barthelmes, T, Noyicki, NN. Roach, Nlr. Lewis. Fourth Row-F. Casconi C. Jewell. J. Shields, F. Major, R. Field. H. Morgan, A, Scolio. .lay Vee Basketball ACEtClPIllj'.S young basketball athletes. the Jay Yees. experienced a series of twenty scheduled en- counters with only five defeats this year. Throughout the season tl1e boys developed a playing ability and sportsmanship which attracted a large following. Coach Lewis was successful in teaching the squad. by experience. some "hue points" about good haskethalling. From the cream of this year's .lay Yees will emerge the future yar- sity stars. 1942-1943 Junior Varsity fl crulemy Uppon en! Score 32 lxanty Prep ,,,, . T Ill 'llecli , , , . . 22 31 Prep. , . . , . ll Zh liast . . .... . 33 P13 Yinccnt , , . , , 8 43 'l'0cl1,., . . ,3l Sh Pre-pw , , ,,,, N728 20 East , ,,.,, ,. , , ,43 20 Law rcncc Park. . . . . . 25 RT Yinccnt, . . . .35 51 'llccli . , , . . . 35 el-Al Prep, , , , , , 25 35 lfast , , , , , Y , 734 30 lianty Prep. -. - . .13 -L2 Vincent ,,,,,,,, , , Y 34 33 Law rcncc Parkw. . . ,227 51 Tech , ,,,,,,,., . u 721 -15 Prep .,.... ,, . H19 25 liast. .. ..... s , ,32 -H Vincent , A. ,,,. , . , ,322 X23 hast, , , , A , ,,,,,,,, 33 tlllay-otT for the title-held at Vincent., lrsl Row I so 111 11 1 1 r I7 llmmus, H Lursr-11 Su-ond How ffI'1 lXl1l111. W, Ilill. N 1111111111 II Work L sh I11 11 r r ur 1 ll IISKIIIN 1 I Ii11r111-y. Third Row Xlr I11-uis, J. S1111 IH-ilrn. 'lf tI11y111-. Lrygu J Wllsun NN H1 11 I1 11 111 111 11 111 1 x 11 L. Lo1'aslru, 'Xlr 'I'11w11:-1 Fourth How U Ki-lly, ll Jvm-I, I urpw I Ii111111It Il1 11111115 J Ii11hI1l D Nlllllll II N11 k N f'nn!1 T Nlnrgan. I'. Rauln-rs, fi. ffhilmvud, A. Christe-11sf'11, H, Gvivr llllllllgf 1-lg 1l 11 11111 Pan ganws 111 11111111 xarsily sq11a1l, l1llllll'P g1'i1li1'1111 stars nf fX1'z11l11111y. JI UIPII hx I 11d1l111s I cms a111l T1m11s tlw bms 111111111111 11x'e1' all 111111-l1?ag11P 11pp11siti1111 llIlClPl'Q'iilf'll. I11 11tx s11r1es plax the lP3Ill lmrulm 111011 1x1lI1 I asl and Yi111'v11t but W1111 the 1'1-111ai11i11g: 11111-11111111-1's. As any 11111111 1-11111l1i11ali1111 will Clll, llw squad w1'1rkP1l t11gPll1111'. Tlwy 11lI'P1'1J1l s11Ii1l 1upp11sili1111 I11 all 1lllpUIIPIllS. ll1IZil'll llrakv. who 1151-s ll19J. I fs lhlbl' 111111 111alPrial l'11rf11t111'9l'1111ll1alls1111a1ls, will 11111 iw 1lis- app11i11lPcl i11 H111 l111ys11l'll1is XPHISS IPHIII. Jay Vee Football Scores 'IIYIIIPIIIIV IJHIIIIIIPIIIS Smurf' 0 l'11li11l111r11 , 0 I6 NIill1-r1-1-k U I9 lizisl tl 14 VllQ'l'll 0 0 YlIll'1'lll I 0 9 Kanty , , 11 T lfasl l I I8 'IIPCII 0 11 Yi111'1-nt , 0 T Pr:-p 0 " 'Tis noi what man does which eralls him, But what man would do." -Browning No school of today is performing its duties if it fails to provide extra-curricular organizations for its students. Here is where students can take the initiative and use their own originality to the best advantage. All of Academy's clubs have high purposes. Whether they attain their goals or not, they serve collectively to forward better student citizenship, a more active interest in all affairs, and the ability of students to work together. lllll2IANlZKl'IllN23 ,N s o I 1 x Ama A n 1 gi.. - . 5 -27' 1 J 1 X 'VH Q N ix l ' P W , , If '4 .5-fi 4 Nl .X Q ls,T?YV'I -. Q - . 4 s I 4 I , .ff ' 4- 1 A a' . IV u ' : l :gi u :,.-1, gl. Q. D A 'r -Q f :AU -iv Thanks. Students Your Country Needs For 1303 4 1 x 3 I Your Money. Subscriptions! H H Give! The Voice Oi Academy 20-Nflirgr 4777 WH Vrwwwwrf-H hir K W V nrrglfllf. YUC'l'llEEliY W Y PRICE V5 - ..w...,- ..,-s---. . . Q . ' . . S VUL Leo Hehnski National Honor Souety Sponsois Chest Drive MA i o G e t S G a V el Banquet Qn Nofveivlber 4 At Academy ll' AX lL IK 1 N ' k -- . . fhaiplers of Briefs Four High Schools To Have Neel Al S BY D0m""c Q Fl, "Barn" For Better Inter-Suliulasticism kri- F' W' 'V Richnrd Coon. Chairman Of ' ' ' Y ' Z VH,.,.y,,,g 0fQ,'iQQQfJdL,,,, of many N. H: S. And 'lfublic Spenking Thanks - - - have' Day Iilrugram' Stage crew' Proves 51-rin, thi' Aumluniy rhuptc-i' f 'hc Groups I' lv e R?d'0 Lmym, ui me rim mi.-r. Pllvffffnts Is Indispensable To Nliffynl Ifj-Hof wil- Pfogfams A5 Ald scholastic press banqueubillr. .lohn LW H , will Uffwialiy as. Schoolvs Welfare sawmill Uiuualli, iayitiiifiluliz' q-hl f-Ommumty and Wm. Fund Mead Of Ulf' EN" DMI? T"f""' sumo X' if pi-nsid-Am .lf '. N -,.,,-,,.. xl My . W hugh signed Oumher 19, WHS UW mam 5l'L'akU'7 HM" Pi Studi' hi' P lr Wu MTV win. today. At the time we nwnuoned something nlmut fc .w yr, ' ' U, press, A,:,,de,,,y had nag stories in his talk, Mr. M-1' Q, ,Jw S250 gpm, which the impression that Lhe T , I t d t' Ways welconwg gum. Sealed. M, Reddy' E, LMS, B, Dubgww, M, McLaughlin, R, Agens, M. Lashinger, G, Ott, B. Ralfeny, R. Hcberle. 1121333133 . , Q l ,, y . fQ:j:'wj1"Q,"Efm2'Qd I' smash, E cmioph, L D.no..,H,Roh.,E,wennw,F.A1Lm+..,1.WmeI,K.Kwspu-,P.Len-y,D.Scf-m-n Q -42, nawmn, ence and John 1 Q ded to support sm, asked Mr ' . OW CPVBN Such 1 N ical importance write s longer suhject for the He said l would be copy probably changed mind, I wmtc t' for at least the original to urdsy's Times. my surprise peered word for ior a few omitted. And so, to for the intel-vie for the chance tistically say Another This year, the Star new high, nn all time record, in the number of subscriptions. Now the score is 1303! The Star Staff is indeed grateful to the students for their fine support and will. because of increased enthusiasm, continue their job more vigorously. Hin-ryBnck.,. About s week ago, the Academe Sufi' was kidding Mr. Whitemsn nboul: an over developed stomach ache. It seems, however, thot it was quite serious because he is new 5 patient nt' Hamovwhere. from Intent r0P0l'Cl, he is not feeling too well. We all missfhim at school ond' certainly hope he will be back soon. A Guarded Secret . . . They say if.'s easier to leave tw:- cats out of the hug than just one, so here goes. Since I wls born on February 14Q my senthnsntal puvnu uve me Valentine for s middle name to end ull middle nuns. A Bot isn't it s trite coincidence ullt I00d old V. M. lzwis is am-und? I hops he dnun't lynch meiorthis. but thetrudiszhe truth: that V this lint iniziall doom! stand tor victory! IIYnl'relnterestod. . . Sbmnnypeopleslyntoniris !mnun"insoesdofthecorreez"tn 'or ll Immun." In aloe you're all uixdnp.thewordbspeRed"'err" nodpronoonoedF'dr." A te are the 16 meter movies in the classrooms and the SINCE WAY BACK in MW of 1925, Academy? newspaper voice, "The S!ar", has been active in the school. f By presenting worth-while news, interesting personal items and informal columns, il has kept up a dynamic spirit. Its pictures have always been indicative of "Who's Who" in Academy. As a matier of fact, the Star has always been the "What's Wim", "Where's Where" and "Wl1y's Why" of the school. Reaching n new high For subscriptions, the bi-weekly publication met with outstanding success this year. Not limited to meeting deadlines, the Star sponsored many social events, including assemblies, dances, picnics and parties. It was the Star Staff, also, who originated and carried out the idea of e joint banquet for the High School papers in Erie. No matter what its other accomplishments may be, the Star is most proud of this enviable record. It has never missed a ,publication date. That is a rave, if not a unique, record for e high school paper! On October Amerigo Meols and his fine or- Efmstra, whom all remember for his playing at the "Meer-f' this summer, will furnish the music for Pthe Star Dxmceg "Goblin Glide," on Ochlbet' 30, fmm 8 to ll in the Girls' Gym. I Co-chairmeh for this event will be Marzlretflashinger and Paul Leahy. The other committees are: Tickets, Marian McLaughlin, Ele- llflfa LBHIZ. ond Rose Mary Heb- erle: Chapel-ones, Bettiann Raf- ferty and Begty Duberowg Orches- tra snd Publicity. Gloria Ott: Dec- orations, Harland Rohr, Ed Dela- h u o k ez Refreshments, Dominic Sfsiamanda, John Wenzel, Lani Dalton, Ed Wellejus, and Fred Ad- brecht. Right in the Hallowe'en spirit "Goblin Glide" is expected to be one of the ya-sr's biggest. dances. -i:-o-:- To Hold Open House The annual Open House will he held on November 5 beginning at 7 o'clock. The teachers will be in :heir rooms until 7:30, after which there will be a program in the' auditojium. This entertainment, under',t.he direction of Mr. Ray and Mr. Terrence, will include short talks and music. Refresh- ments will be served in the ede- leria, Organiza- Relief, Po- War Re- Prisoners W. C. A., fund clsas 99019195 of eighteen .,,.iews, a sailor: Bechtel, war refugees: Borkowski, "Thank You" ity and War Fund lead- On Wednesday, Oceoher 31, Miss Tanner was in charge of 3 Ns- tionsl Honor Society Quiz at 8:00 po m. over station W. E. R. C. Mr.. Jameson from East High School acted ss quizmuter, and van pupils from East. an well I8 ten from Academy participated in the educational program. -:-o-:-- Award Committee Set Recently, Mr. Roy appointed a committee headed by Mr. Howard Kelly to study types of awards to be given to students participating in non-athletic school organin- tions. Faculty members assisting Mr. Kelly are Miss M. Lockwood, Miss M. Lord. and Mr. Torrance. Mary Lund. Lllli Dalton and Paul Johns will represent the Student Senate st this meeting. The purpose of the eoitferome ls so decide the requlmruents for swords nad bo dnnmino qhlt .er- genlutlons are deserving of such recognition. The big game today h vor no we won'! lat this little Knut affair VON? UL We're out for sure vic- tory! However, u our fighting forces, we have training behind us. First Row' .l, Nliles, Nl, llolu-rg:-, B. Kettering, H, Walters, H, Sinlrlmns. Xl. Xlchmglllirl, J. Ylizilker. li. llulnerow, L. Klein, Nl. tlonnully, S. Hurts. Sf-rnlul liowffl. XV-lzvl. Xl. Wills-rt, Nl. Xluginn. li, tfairns. J. Soutlmick. YI. Schmll, Nl. Lasllillger. li. Xlultham-r. ll. Shields, ll. llulrlyflk. K. lla-iss. ll. T1-nliuckle, D. 'l'illich, Third liowfxl, Nl:-yvrs, T. lluherl. D. Dersliimer. 5. llohhinv-L. l.. Dalton. K. Young. N, Rarick, li, flarnphell. H. Sw:-ct, .l tlonnolly, ll, Scizllliaildu, li. Vlrigllt. Fnurlli Row-C. Stvtlllll. .N Sclirecong sl, A. Ross, R, llunson. tl, Kunz, H. KllllIlll'l, D. Xl:n'l"ig:g:vll. Nlelllier. ll. Crossley. ll. Anthony. R. llvlrcrlv. ll. Ni:-bling. .l. W:-nm-l. li. Frivrllund. Nl. Jan-obs, G. R1lIllZilldiiIll'S, J. Cooney, L llolfman NCWITIBI1 lfstablished for the betterment of the moral and social welfare of students in the school, the Academy Newman Club has been an especially active group during the past year. Urganizing discussion circles. holding essay contests, planning dances, bowling parties, and interscliolastic meets-'fthese were some of its members' activities. Meeting regularly after school, the club had a large enrolhnenl in Academy. I ts members have added comfort and en- joyment to their lives through Contact with the Newman Club. First Row-L. Hoffman. E. Cecho, S. Burgun. Second Row- J. Fiore-Ili, C. Swahn, J. Leamy. F orlyjbur i.n.uI I .lat r. I IiI.i1r. .I .ol1llolIy.Ii lt- phn,.:r. . .,- I tonxu-II It 9ci'iln'ilni'i If in-I-osstnfrl'-r If Yilnr WI-unlilvg I fl ' II I t-.':mIi. II Ixilburn. J Wvlln-l Debating Club Debating is a sport: it involves a clash between two schools of thought on a controxersial subject. Where physical sports are a test. basically. of brawn. debating is a test of "brain," In debating "brain" applies to. first. a thorough knowledge about an issue. and second. the ability to present such kmiwlerlge convincingly. Not subordinate to any other requisite of good debating is the stamina to withstand all onslaughts by an opposition which seeks to point out fallacies in a speech. This stamina demands not only courage and enthusiasm: it also taxes the ability of a debater to support. with satisfactory proof, any statements presented in an argument. Coached by Nlr. Phillips, Academy's Debate Club has earned wide recognition for its development of this sport. The debate topic this year. concerning a federal world government after the war. atlorded a stringent test to all debaters because of its involved post-war problems. A strong example of freedom of speech put into practice. debating is growing rapidly in popularity throughout the nat1on's high schools. F orly-five Girl Reserves Sitting-f M. Ilnvill.. M. Willerl, M. Jvnkirw. M. Erickson, A. Enrle. A D,-itvh, Ii. Carlson. R. Gleason. M. McLaughlin, V. Burger. J. Leiglily, Second Huw 'I'. Donovan. II. W4-lu-r. M. liek. S. Buseck, D. Zipperle, M. Cohen. J. Whilllesvy, G. Ott, M. I,21Slllllgf'l', ll. Henning, M. Barron, A. Iintrlorf. Third Row 'NI Mugiun. J. Yandervort. D. Ililler. Ii. Marscliak. M. Sr'li:mblf'. J. Fenton. S. liuetlner, A, Schullz, T. Hoyrv, ll. Walt:-rs. fl. W1-lzel. H. Iikvy, Fourth Rnw-N. Gleason, I.. Cook. J. Andrews. II. Fllrlwr. S. MCCII-llnnrl, T. I,aFontairu-. D. Pilnrski. l'. Anllmny. H. II:-lu-rl:-. J. I.. Fox. .l. Stallford. Il. Smith Sittingf-I'. Iiennr-li, C. Miller, P. Vlfasser, D. Taylor, W. Sleadrnan, M. H. Rocker, D. Heinlein, M, Bush, M. Jacobs, B. Paterson. Second Row-Mrs. Gruber, B. Dallmeyer. E. Ott, J. Downing, G. Dyke. J. Ulrich. I. Confer. E. Mangan. M. Dudenhoefer. L. Rhodes, S. Riell. M. Heuer. Third Row-M. Connolly, R. Skinner, K. Weiss, H. Hutnyak, S. Whiteman, E. Wagner, S. Ackerman, C. Dash, R. Currie, J. Book- man, L. Horman. C. Dieter. Fourth Row-B. Johnson, I. Ziegler, R. Sahlmann, G. Tarno, C. Johnson, A. Welther, M. Sansone, N. Rarick, A. Ross. K. Young, Ii. Shields, B. Lee. F Orly-six Girl Reserves "To Find and tiive the Best" is the slogan ol' the Girl lteserves. one ot' gXcaderny's rnost actiye and popular organizations. It is composed ol' all girls who are interested in serving their school and hecorning junior members of the YWCA. ,Ndvised by Nlrs. Florence tiruher. Nliss Anne Olsen and otlicers selected each semester hy popular vote. the club meets after' school hours. serni-monthly. ln order to help the war effort. the girls throughout the city recently sponsored a successful silk- stocking drive in their own school. lfast won the driye, with .Xcaderny close behind. at right V- Wiilma .Ivan presides 0:0 0l"FlCHliS First and Second Semester Wilma .lean Str-adrnan . . . . l,l'6'SI-11871, Nlary Hose ltecker Vice Prexrrlerzl Dorothy Taylor , , , Secrelury Doris Heinlein, . Trefrsurer c'Q . . 0 at left -the stocking drive gets under way The Girl Reserves main social events of the year are the annual spring and fall Tri-Ili dances. in which the girls do the inviting. All city schools sponsor these dances in cooperation with the Hi-Y. The events were especially successful this year. Another project which was promoted by the lteserves was a series of high school get-togethers at the YW every Saturday evening. These alfairs provided dancing, bowling. and snacks for the high school people of Erie. They also alleviated the then-current demand of lCrie's youth for a "place of their own." At graduation. an outstanding Girl Reserve of the year is honored by having her name engraved on the "Character Cup," emphasizing her outstanding ability in leadership. service. and excellence in character. Furly-seven First Row-J. Benedict, R. Smith-Captain. B. Kaufmann. Second Row-R. Munson. E. Scalzitti, R. Slater, L. Schlecht, D. Breter. Cl"lCCl'lC6d2I'S That certain group of peppy boys and girls who add zest to each Academy encounter have been known as "Cheerleaders" since 1921. Girls, however, have helped cheer Academy to victory only since 1938. Before putting any motions into practice, the cheerleaders map them out on paper. Their energy has also been devoted to wording some favorite football songs. For example, Lois Schlecht wrote the words to the "United States Artillery March," known to us as "Touchdown Marchf, Mr. Hale, who guides the group, has about thirty-Eve girls and ten boy applicants for the squad each semester. Most members are chosen by voluntary elimination. To a large degree, this organization helps to insure school morale. In recognition of this important service, the school awards letters to the cheerleaders at graduation. Forly-e ight Library Staff ln ehoosing lo il94'UIllP a library assistant a student is preparing school. his library. and the Librarian. ln return, the students intirnavx' with the library will over to the use ol' the publit- library and the eollege library. to render valuable servn-e lo his grixe lllllli understanding ol' how to use a library. whim-h will serve hinl in eonneetion with all his studies and will 1-arix If he has a good eharaeter, a sense ol' responsibility and a high st-holastie standing. he will be assignu to an apprentieeship in .'xt'2:lilPIlly'S library stall. linder Xlrs. llowe's vareful guidant-e he is taught th essentials of a well-organized library. As he adapts himself and learns from her the spet-ilie details o .eXCademy's library. the apprentire progresses until he ilPC'tlIllPS a eompetenl nlenlber ol' the stall. Then he is fully able to oll'er the aid so often necessary to students who need help with rel'+-rent-e or research projects. Then he is also able to appreciate the intrinsim- value of a good library. Sealed' NI. lllisen. l.. liliven. IH. Taylor. l., Anderson. Nl. Fuller. Nlrs llom-. l' Xlasss-r Slam ing -J Nh-ln-r. H. Forro-st. ll, Xi-lson. lla Lindahl. li, Nh-lwr. 'K llatdorf. J lfnst-l. l, lxnnlh. Svllosslwrgzvr ...W ,ZX-D , I 3. 1 5 ei e - - 4 Q 51, '- l : J-f" .f 1. 2 ,.. J N . ll ...W M., l i BUCK SINC 3 AC Forly-n ine First How-li. P-cliloni. P. Burton. S l-Idr-lman, Nl. Albrecht. Nliss llunt. P. Schlaudecker. R. Coon. A. Necci. l. J. Kramer. Second Row -f J. Rupp. B. Duheruw, ll. Yochim. J. Fasel. J. Leighly, A. Yarbenel, Nl. Cohen. F. Major, R. Hecker, A. Batdorf, J. Griewahn. Third Row- ll. Cornelius. Nl. Stewart. lf. Carlson. W. J. Steadman, X, Sopp. Xl. McDonald, H. Agens, P. Wasser. Xl. Hertone. Fourth Row-J. Cooney. J. Salajczyk. R. Beneci. H Loomis, XY, Finney, C. Jernstrom, R. Yawger, B. Kimmel. J. Wenzel, E. lYellejus. D. Sciamanda. National Honor Society The war has had a marked cllect upon the National Honor Society. This can be seen in a reyiew ofthe organization's activities during the past year, The annual interscholastic banquet. sponsored in November by the Academy chapter. may well be the last of such gatherings for the duration. Not only haye the effects been discernable among the activities. but also, the membership. To elaborate: James NIcVay. Harold Loomis. Raymond Benecki. and .lohn Cooney. who would have been activ e in the society the second semester. graduated in February to prepare themselves for government service where National Honor Society qualifications. character, scholarship. leadership. and serv ice. are held in the highest esteem. ln addition to sending Christmas cards to former National Honor Society members serving in the armed forces our club entered w hole-heartedly into the Victory Book Campaign which netted nearly eight hundred excellent books for our men in unil'orm.All ol' the ancient. musty. and impaired volumes that enveloped those who sorted in clouds of dust were dis- posed ol' by other means. but the many best sellers and technical books in good condition were started on their way to the camps. The climax ol' the lirst semester's activities came in January when Dr. E. Nlaclay Cearhart. as guest s eaker. Have a most inspiring talk at the semi-annual induction ceremony. Q P ew Mr. .lohn Crowe. who replaced Mr. Detmers as permanent Treasurer. Bliss Mong and Miss Lockwood joined Miss Hunt and Miss Tanner on the faculty executive board at the beginning of the year. Perhaps you are to be one ol' the deserving persons to be selected at the spring program on May 19th. If so. it is your duty to continue to uphold the ideals of the National Honor Society and to inaugurate new plans for making Academy the most war-conscious school in the nation. First Semester Officers Second Senlester Officers PFF.9l'l16I1l, - . . . . .Sidney Edelman Richard Coon Vice President. . - . . Marilyn Albrecht Marjorie McDonald Secrelarjv ...... .Patricia Schlaudecker Betty Duberow Treasurer, , . .. . .Richard Coon Francis lllajor 7 - 1s.wn Stage Crew "How many mikes will you needll Should we open the curtains before or after the scripture reading? Wlhat about spotlights? ls the piano all right over theref' Do you want the houselights on or oil?" 'lihese questions are representative of the multitude of duties assigned to At'HKlPIlly.S ellicient stage crew. Every assembly program, every rally, every movie period, every class play. every concert: in fact, every school presentation is carried out with their valuahle assistance. They are entrusted with materials which are especially scarce in these war days. Almost all stage properties. including mechanical and electrical equipment such as the public address system, spotlights, motion picture projectors, lighting facilities, and slides are in their charge. 3 si? tg vi' S723 Q2 First Row-XY, Rose, Xlr. Bright, D. Xogt, Second RnwfF, Sn-roka. l". Gibbons, l'. Rocco, Xi. Nlishrr-ll, J, lloffnnln. This crew of boys is often "on the job" after school hours for rehearsals or for the arrangement of props in the next days assembly program. Special recognition is due them for their fine spirit during class plays when the scenery settings are no easy matter to prepare. Mr. Bright, who keeps the boys an informal group, has developed them into a true "service-to- the-school" club. Many of them have gained valuable experience with stage properties and will assist stage companies in later life. To them we sing our praises and thanks! F if ly-one . F af. lin' q. 194 'll' up, .5 ng. lv :GTV -f I3 V LTL 1 N -vw ,'gf'4'.-. lrkzp- 7 vm 4 v : ff! IW' ' Q - fm 3' N V -. I 71 49' I in 4 'f Movie Monitors As a whole, the student body does not appreciate the work of the movie monitor be- cause it understands so little about him. But lirst, here's a little history: Mr. Fred Torrance, whose idea it was to present good movies as relaxation during lunch period, succeeded in doing so. Academy there- by hecame lfIrie's only public school with daily movies. Since Mr. Torrance's navy enlistment, Mr. Joseph Zipper has proved a very capable adviser to the monitors. Not interfering with any ol' the group's regular duties, he explains his role as one of supervisor when any problems arise. Movie monitors "run" their own organiza- tion, and successfully so. In three years they have had less than one per cent error in money collections! Protits from this activity have paid for all movie projection equipment. The proceeds of the collections are now devoted to more audio- visual aids in Academy. These aids include classroom lilms, slides. microphones and recordings. First Rowfli. Prospcri, Mr. 'l'orrancc. Nl. Wiley. Second Row -VV. Smith, M. Maginn, M. VVilIert, M. Jones, l. Balkovin, T. Borkowski. Third Row --ll, Wingerter, J. Martucci, M. Bechtel, C. Ruupurs, D. Vaughn, ll, Wu-schlcr. R, West. Fnurlh Rowffl. Struckvr. F. Jalos- zenski, A. llorkowski, L. Albert. R. Carncval, M. McKee-n, W. Finney. J. Bright, S. lidelman. F iffy-two Monitors tiovernment will always be necessary lo insure a group's well-being. .-Xt Aearlerny, Nliss 'l'anner's monitors are vested with many duties of law-enllrreement. As monitors, responsible students are really exercising representative governxnenl by establishing order. One monitor is posted al every door by which aeeess to At-ademy may be gained and at strategie places along the halls. 'lihey are therefore able to t'llf't'li on anyone leaving or entering the building. to locate rooms for strangers. and to be available when help IS needed. The Cafeteria and ollice monitors are supplements to the "regulars" With leaf-hers. the 1-afeleria monitors keep hall traflie uneongested during luneh hour. Olliee assistants are assigned many duties by the ollice force. Answering phone Calls. delivering: messages. and t'll6't'lilll,Q altendanve ret-ords are some of their errands. By their round. blue and gold badges are Aeademy's constant. student-guards identified! in elfieielll lll0llilUl'.S nightnlarl' First Row Xl. tirmn. NI. tionnolly, li, Alu-rngrer, l'. tlourtv-nnx. C. Iiornstoek. 'Nl Sehultz. D. Hay. '81, Spam-der, N. Wilson. ti. Hard. A. Dr-itch. 51-rnndlluu -Nl Nlinnig, J. X12-lQl'l'. Nl. .lat-ulrs. J. DuNlaw. Nl, Driseoll. I1 Wagner, H. Henson. li. Renlja, R tinrlin. R, Snhlrnann A, YYelther, A. End'-, Xl. Snrlsorle. Nl, llistory, Xl. flomvay. D, Grurnblnlt. Third Row-D.Sl1'iIler. Xl. Krawier, D, liulleurk, N, Nlllvlll. E. lYagner. S. Sard -sun. J. Sllaiuyk, B. Sw -vt, II. J.-ll. E. D -lzilrnka. W. D:-'+mti. H. Fitzsimrnons. M. Erickson, J. Ulszewski, S. Eckerd, D. Xlyers. ll. Niels. Fnurlh Row J. Murphy. U, 'l'homas. H. Larsen, C. Croc-ker, ti. Fiero, J. Svhe-ll. B. Kimmel. J. Johnston. D. 'Klar- lgggerl, J. Yogel, W, French. fl. Svliaf:-r. D. Stafford, li XYvIlvjrra. H. Burgess. H. lirigzessu-r, G. Ynrlmern-1, I". tions.-r. R. Andrus. li. tion-hrinp:. . . Stoops. F If ly-llzree Student Senate First Row HP. Barton, ll. tfoon. J, lllllili. Xl. Schultz. l. llilinaki. ll Yochim. J. l3n11l'nliof-fer. I.. Niclrmlus, Nl. Palsy. ti, lit-Dad. Nliss Lockwood. Second Rowfli, Greiner. D. Patsy. li Cairns, li Nu-cci. Nl. Schauble. XI, Welrb, R. llcberle, ll. lleisler. J, Oster. P. ffourtf-aux. ll. Walt:-rs. l. Nanni. H, Sf-idler. Third Rowfli, Rafferty. J. llllblnard. lf. l"rn-nch. R. Swanson. H, Nick. D. Nlcffarthy, C. Conifer. P. Anthony. Nl Lund. J. Parker. J. Case, H. Volk. Fourth Row flx. Young. N Rarick. S. Roth. .l. lzbiclti, S. Luther. L, Dalton. H. Nlangan. NI Driscoll. l. Paulson. S. Hellman. L. Adams. J. Hodriqucz. -X. Finn. li lfngesser. Fifth linwffll Bloydorlf P. Tolin. D, Dershinier. H. lialon. li Longo. .I. Gold. N. Donovan, F. Xlajor, li. Johnson. NY. Stv-ndniun. ll. Loomis. G. Bucher. Nl. Giannamore. The Academy Student Senate was organized for the purpose of preparing students for better citizenship by allocating to them the responsibilities connected with many school actix ities. lts olliccrs are elected semi-annually by democratic processes similar to actual political conditions, Each officer is required to hai e scrxetl in the Senate as the representative of his home room for at least one semester prcxious to his election. An cxccutixe board. composed ol' one member from each grade. is chosen from the Senate proper to guide the activities ot' the entire group. The past. year has been a successful one for our student gox erning body in that it has raised enough money to enable it to concentrate in the coming semesters on its responsibilities ol' advancing the interests of all concerned with thc school. Much of the increase in funds resulted from a dance. a skating party. and the sale of handbooks and "beanies." After adopting a new constitution for itself. the Senate took upon its shoulders the problem ol' discussing and approv- ing a skeleton Constitution for all future classes. which had been drawn up earlier in the year by Mr. Torrance's class of parlia- mentary procedure. It is the hope ol' both the faculty and the student body that our Student Senate will continually strive for better citizen- ship in school, city. state. and nation. OFFICERS First Semester Second Senxester Presizlenl. . , . . . . ,Leo Helinski Joe Pizzat Vice Presidenl. . , . . .Mary Schultz Kay Young SPCFFIHIQ' . ..,.Helen Yochini .lean Southwick Treasurer. , . , , .John Dudenhoellcr Richard Dershermer F Ifly-four Student Senate Cavcl Day ,loc ilh5llllll'S his ilulivs. TIN' gave-l. Sylllhlll ufauthorily. passes lull-k to Hr. Ray. The cufcutix 1- hoard is "snappL-ll." Burton Laub. District Attorney speaks and the executive hoard applauds. Fiflyilire ' 1 5 K Q7 15 Ss-nu-cl J,51'hrniIl. H. ffurlsun. l'1.Zl1rmx, Xl, Jan-ulus, IT, 1111011 Slundingfli. Hlvzlsurl. IXS1.-in. XY, Bitliug, C. Ge-hllzlrdl. Il. Stiiilllillldil. And so the cademe came into being rl Fzlfly-sir Academe Staff liaeh a separate group uf its uwn. the Pl't,Klllt'lltDIl and Business Stalls nl' the ,Xrademe etunbined their elllmrls towards une goal: the publiratitrn ul' an .-Xrademe whit-h ywuld pre- sent. pit-turially' and otherwise. a true aeeuunt of :Xt'E1tlPIlly'.S reavliun tn the war during: the 1912-13 st-lmol year. Actually' planning: and rumpleting: the year- btmk. the Production Stall' were mainly' run- eerned with obtaining gutwcl pic-tures. illustra- tive art and editurial perfet-tion. 'l'hruugli these three mediums. the stallsuuglit lu 1-apture some of the fullness uf Academy: Planning: W fur something more than a seniur's souvenir. the stall' endeavored tu record life at Academy' as it is. Xlapping out the sales campaign. distributing: the lltltIlxS, t-nlleeting: and pay ing: all money. the Business Stall' provided a strung financial baeklmne. Busy' lllftltlgjlttblll the year. they were very' instrumental in stimulating an interested student attitude towards the yearhtmks prugress. Thuugh the yearhunk invulved a great deal uf wurk. its stall' members feel satisfied that it attained tu some degree their high gual. They' will never furget the times they had "putting: it together." Sealed - ll Harker. Xl 'NIeLaughlin. Xl. Lashinger, W, Steadman. li. Fitzgerald. l" Nlujur. li, Dulu-nm. IC. tihrisloph, NI. Bush. X, Yzurlu-net. Il. Agens. Standing-ill Crossley. H. lximmel. F ifly-seven ,. "Theres no arf lo find lhe mind's conslruclion. in lhefacef' -Shakespeare. They're regular high school seniors, the following people. In them you will recognize typical marks of their age: the inquisitive expressions, the repressed grins, and the occasional appearance of enacted seriousness. Their faces differ little from the faces of former seniors, but they encounter most unusual conditions. Their spirit is courageg no decadent generation could carry on with enthusiasm in their state of uncertainty. They are not blind to the futureg Academy's '4-3 Seniors are confident of their ability to overcome any onrushing obstacles. I 'Hi iff as IM SGHMITV FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Ben Kimmel , . ..,.,.,,,., , , A , ,,,,,,,,,,, Presidenl Riva Agens ..,7,,,. ,,,, I 'lice President Alice Yarbenet ,,S,, , , , , ,Secretary William Finney ,,., ,,.,, T reasurer With the arrival of June, 1942 came the Prom and Tommy Reynolds orchestra at Rainbow Gardens. Students and faculty alike will long remember the "Pirate Prom" for its facinating treasure chest and the scintillating rhythms of the band. Finally the class swung into its last semester. Events, school activities, outside interests, all vied for attention in the short days left of high school training. Quite appropriately the class play was entitled "Youth Takes Over." This and Class Day proved con- clusively that the group had many talented members. January 11 found the hungry happy members of this class at a banquet. in the Masonic Grill Room. After "satisfying the inner man" the guests enjoyed the music of Herbie Jolmson until midnight when sleighs arrived to take them home tNo pleasure driv- ing-rememberllj . All too soon January and commencement arrived. The February Class of 1943 left Academy but their courage and enthusiasm went with them into another phase of life. February Seniors In February, 1940 an enthusiastic group of sophomores in home room 201 organized as a class and elected Burton Blum president. His term of office, interrupted by his enlistment in the Navy, was capably taken over by Harrison Rose. As Juniors, the class chose Ben Kimmel to lead them. Because of Ben's superior executive qualities he was kept in office as president until tl1e class graduated. Miss Olsen. Miss Hoffman, and Mr. Fiorelli provided the faculty direction throughout the intermittent ups and downs which faced the school life of Academy's '42 Seniors. The first of many social functions, a beach party, in June '41, began a chain of successful social events-each one seemingly more success- ful than the preceeding one. This group was the first to sponsor a theater party, and upon discovering the popularity and enthusiastic attendance which such an activity evoked. they sponsored five more. All were labeled "success," SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Ben Kimmel ,,.v.,,,,................,... President Riva Agens ..,,.,. ..... V ice President Alice Yarbenet ,,,. ,....... S ecrelury Donald Crossley ..,. ...... T reasurer Commencement Spealcers Sc-atedfll, Berlone, J. Rupp, A. Yarln-net. H. Agens. A. Necci. Standing l. lxramer. l,. M-rd:-ccliia, S. Edelnian. IC. Sehlmu. fl. Kimmel. H. Albrecht, P. Schlaudecker. I943 Mid Year Graduating Class-fl,isl of Awardsf January 25. l9-13 I. The Outstanding Nlember uf the Class whose name is tu he engraved un lhe Cirl lieserve Cup echnsen for scholarship, character. leadership and service Belly Paterson 2. Bausch and Lonih liledalf- excellence in Science Raymond Benecki 3. 535.00 Cash Award for excellence in Mathematics presenled hy lhe lllid Year Class in rneinnry ul Mr. Delmers , , , Sydney Edelnlan 4. 35.00 Cash Award fur excellence in Typing and Slenugrapliy presented hy the Nlid Year Class Marilyn SiIllS 5. 35.00 Cash Award for excellence in llislury presented hy lhe Mid Year Class C Patricia Schlaudecker 6. Four Year Scholarship Io Yilla Maria College , , , Georgia Whalley 7. Scholarship of 3125.00 awarded by lhe Parent-Teacher Association C, Riva Agens 8. Allegheny College Scholarship uf 59150.00 awarded by lhe College, e,7, , Anita Nec-ei S irly-one . F af. lin' q. 194 'll' up, .5 ng. lv :GTV -f I3 V LTL 1 N -vw ,'gf'4'.-. lrkzp- 7 vm 4 v : ff! IW' ' Q - fm 3' N V -. I 71 49' I in 4 'f ff. Betty Belllletjsyiiv ' .n ,lp .X 3 xx ' Nil Mary Bertone Gerald Blakeslee Donald Bri-ter ?'?' ,f K lelak Brrmh Callahan Campbell Can1pbell xl W X Lge' A fb! X Kp J YJ 44 ,ff Jack Grace Frances Sy clue-3 lillery lfugnin l,l'll'lll1lll'l' llossnic l'llll'llIlilll Huge-Il ff! ,fl Beatrice Frame Florence Gradler Sirly-Hu-ee Xladgc Fuller TJ! Bernice llartman XXI, ,le-an Ericson juan Fu:-zel Wllliuln Fin ncy Jennie Fracassi f ws a li Oxxx , 150 64 QXDL-fl WAX mafvlb X ,gl if ll qa 5,7 1, if ff X I If f ' ff Nelly f Charles Paull Norman B Ben W f llylinski ,l6l'llSlI'0lll ' Kelly BJ xx, K Ketelxelsl, X Kinunel W QF X T,QCd4L'g,2'ag,f' lx 533' ,nfl cl it X X XX f' X ,Xga Cl NN !,llPillll'lll' XX Kindll' Nlilflilll Kindle Nlargy King lla Jane Kranler Y., DJJ., gk Y PS5 Rose kenneth llargaret Joseph X Krieger Krayer Kundla Lamherton Lois Helen Florence Josephine Linn Luipold Blaas Blartucci x V 1 Gladys MU 55 Lanfv 5 Of? Blarjorie Blitchell S i1'iy1four David .hulrey llarian lflsiv llelrn llavlfiggen Nlq-Call Nlflilllflllllll H1-lzvr Ylr-lzc-r w w CD! a or r EEEEE r X' 1+ ., i wage ' Florence Jeanne William Harrison Joanne Pilarski Ring Honey llose Rupp Jess Patricia It Calvin Elaine Elsie Salajczyk Schlaudeekexff Sc-hontlialer Sehlonl Shakelton X ' K . f if L C ,qw , V11 - ,E y Ethel Nlusolll' Anita Nec-ei Gloria Paeinelli Betty Paterson f Gu 4 6 'Q a!Y5Qi, Richard Slrucker Lillian X Swain QSM George Swanson Neil Torrance .n' rfi'OJ Nlarilyn Ruin-rt A U, ff Hubert 4b X" xlilton Sarnia Sinus Slalvrx ix 5 Slllifh 'UM X! SOIllll0illl0l' Supp Georgia ' Nvhalieu X .Q Q1 ' K Richard Yawger February Senior Activities Agcns. Rixa .tim. Business Administrator Star litlitor. llilltopper Stall'. Academe Stall. College Club. National Honor Society. Neu- man Club. Dramatic Club tlllicer. Prom Com- mittee. Albrecht. Marilyn - .il-HI. Psychologist- Drmn and Bugle Corps. tilfl lleseryes. College Club. National llonor Society. Prom Com- mittee. Class Play. Allen. Jean-.-1 im. Success- Debating Clllb. College Club. tiirl Beserxcs. Senator. Prom Committee. Barton. l'l1yllis--.-lim. To Be NY:-ll Liked Drum and Bugle Corps. Class Play Committee. Monitor. Class Day Committee. Sub-Deb Club. Class Banquet Committee. National Honor Society. Baughnian. Sarah --elim. Musician - Camera Club. Bennett. Betty-.-lim. Success - t Sub-Deb Club. Personal Typing Club. ti1rl's Chorus. Prom Comlnittee. Class Play. Monitor. Bertone. Mary-.1 im. Secretary- v Charm Club. Typing Club. Class Play. National Honor Society. Blakeslee. Gerald --.-lint. Uncle Samfs Nephew - Track Team. Basketball Team. Cross Country Team. Monitor. Athletic Club Ullicer. Breter.. Donald-.-lim. Art Teacher-- Cheerleader. Bielak. Tekla-.1 im. Successful Mite - Class Play Committee. Banquet Colnmittee. Bed Cross Club. Class Play. Brosh. Anne-.-iinz. Model- Class Theater Party' Committee. Ca l l a h a n , ,Ia c q u e l i n e-.-lint. Comptometer Operator-Girl's Chorus. Choir. Choir Club. Class Play Committee. Girl Beserxes. Canlpbell. Betty-flint. Tracer- Newman Club. Class Party. Classical Record- ings Club. Campbell. Grace - lim. Stenograplier- Girl Beseryes. New man Club. Class Play. Carey. l'In1n1ettf.41'nz. Air Corps- Band. Glee Club. Uutdoor Club. Banquet Com- mittee. Prom Committee. Monitor. Class Day Committee, Class Play. Announcement Com- mittee. S ir! y-seven Cenfelelli. Loretta .-lim. Mortician Class Banquet Committee. Class Play. Senator. Prom Committee. Bed Cross Club tlllicer. Monitor. Theater Party Connnittee. Class Day Committee. Checkan. June -.-lint. Success - Prom Committee. Bed Cross Club. Class Play Committee. Beauty' Culture Club. Cody. Mabel .tim. Success Knitting Club. Typing Club. Delamater. Cracef.-lim. Success- tiirl Beserxes. College Club. Class Play. Debat- ing Club. Prom Committee. Downie. Frances .-tim. Secretary- litle Cirlllieseryes. Class Play. Prom Conunittee. Typing Club tlllicer. Theater Party Com- mittee. lman. Sydney -.-i1'n1. lingineer -- National llonor Society President, Moxie Monitor Ullicer. Cinema Club Ullicer. Class tltliccr. lingell. lillery -- .-1 im. Electrical Engineer - Badio Club. Science Club. Monitor. Ericson. .lean xI3l'i6".'il'lIl. Beauty Operator-- Beauty' Culture Club. Sub-Deb Club. Typing Club. Dramatic Club. Class Play. Fascl. ,Ioan .-lim. Laboratory Technician Library Club. Personality Club. College Club. Neuman Club. Library Staff. tiirl lleserxes. tiirl's Chorus. National llonor Society. Finney. William 7:iI.II1. lingineer - Athletic Theory' Club. Football Team. Basket- ball Team. Monitor. Prom Committee. Cap and Cosy n Committee. Class Utlicer. National Honor Society. Fraeassi, Jeenic--.-1 im. Success- - fiirl's Chorus. Class Play. Prom Committee. Girl Beseryes. Monitor. Frame, Beatrice -.-tim. Stenographer- Monitor. Cixilian Defense Club. tiirl llesery es. Typing Club. Class Play. Frost. Nlary Jane-.-iinz. Secretary Drum and Bugle Corps. Mimeograph Shop. Prom Committee. Typing Club. Clel' Club. Fuller. Madge-.-tim. Dietician- Goa Drum and Bugle Corps. College Club. Library Club. Class Play. Prom Committee. Theater Party' Committee. Class Day. Monitor. Na- tional Honor Society. rd, xl2ll'Sd0ll7.-ililll. Ayiation Instructor- Choir. Prom Committee. Puzzle and Game Club. Airplane Club. Class Party Committee. Choir Club. Gonser. Paul-Aim. Military Service. Gradler, Florence-elim. Success- Typing Club. Dramatic Club. Knitting Club. Girl Reserves. Sub-Deb Club. Prom Committee. Class Day Committee. Gronnett. BfllC8v,'il-Ill. Aviator- Airplane Club. Prom i Committee. Banquet Conimittee. Class Day Committee. Hartman, Bernice - A im, Secretary- ' Beauty Culture Club. Sub-Deb Club. Typing Club. Dramatic Club. Hlynsky, Nellie-fiinz. Secretary- Beauty Culture Club. Sub-Deb Club. Typing Club. Dramatic Club. Class Play. Banquet Committee. Cap and Gown Committee. Huber, Mary Elaine-.-lim. Stenographer- Girl Reserves. New man Club. Class Play. Jernstrom, Charles-.41'nz. Doctor- Band. Wrestling Team. Track Team. Prom Committee. Class Play. Monitor. National Honor Society. Kelly. Paul-.-lim. Chemical Engineer- Football Team. Wrestling Team. Track Team. Monitor. Prom Committee. Athletic Theory Club. Civilian Defense. Senator. Class Day Committee. Ketehell, Norman-.-lim. Successful Soldier- Foothall Team, Athletic Theory Club. Kimmel, Ben-Aim. Businessman- Academe Stalf. Debating Team. President of Class. National Honor Society. Class Play. Kindle. Jeannette-.41'm. Defense VVorker- Debating Club. College Club. Class Play. Kindle, Marian-Aim. Nurse- Civilian Defense. King, BI8l'j0l'i67.4li77l. Have Many Friends- Dramatic Club. Senator. Newman Club. Prom Attendants Committee. Class Day Committee, Monitor. Class Banquet. Committee. Typing Club Oflicer. Kramer, lla Jane-Aim. Dietician- Choir. Girl Reserves. Senate. Class Play. Knitting and Needlepoint Club. College Club. Choir Club. Prom Committee. National Honor Society. Krieger, Rose Anna-Ainl. Dressmaker- Knitting Club. Needlepoint Club. Krayer, Kenneth-Aim. Seaman- Machine Shop. Camera Club, Radio Club. Knndla. Margaret-Aim. Time Keeper- Archery Club. Usherett Club. Civilian Defense Ullicer. Lamberton. Joseph-.-lim. Air Corps- Football Team. Athletic Theory Club. Lang. Gladys-.4 im. Journalist- Sub-Deb Club. College Club. Girl Reserves. Prom Committee. Banquet Committee. Theater Party Committee. Luipold, Helen-Aim. Bookkeeper- Usher's Club. Art Typing Club. Nlaas. Florence-A im. Businesswoman- Archery Club. Personality Club. Nlartucci. Josephine-slim. Stenographer- Prom Comnuttee. Monitor. Theater Party Committee. XlaeFiggen, David-.-lim. Aviator- Cheerleader. Stage Crew. Prom Committee. Cheerleacler's Club Utlicer. Nlcfiall, Audrey-.41'm. Bookkeeper- Camera Club. Usher's Club. Typing Club. Prom Committee. Me-Laughlin, Marian-.4z'r11. Secretary- Typing Club. Girl Reserves. Prom Commit.tee. Xlelzer, Elsie-.-lim. Ollice Worker- Beauty Culture Club. Classical Recording Club. Class Play. Monitor. Helzer, Helen-A im. Secretary- Drum and Bugle Corps. Mimeograph Shop, Class Play. Prom Committee. Typing Club. Mitchell, Marjorie-.41'm. Mortician- Girl Reserves. Typing Club. Newman Club. Nlusolf, Ethel-A im. Success- Drum and Bugle Corps. Orchestra. Senior Dramatics Club. Classical Recording Club. Class Play. Clef Club Officer. Necei, Anita-elim. Success- Senator. Class Play. Cap and Gown Com- mittee. Camera Club. Craft. Club, First Aid Club. National Honor Society. Ojdana. Chester-A im. Tool Maker- Pacinelli, Gloria-A im. Hairdresser- Cap and Gown Committee. Sirly-eighl Paterson. Betty-.-l im. Nurse- - Personality Club. College Club. Senator. Cirl's Chorus. Girl Reserxes Ulliccr. Class tllficer. Prom Committee. Class Play. Banquet Com- mittee. National Honor Society. Pilarski, Florence- -.-lim. A Success- Personality Club. Archery Club. Ring. Jeanne-Aim. Radio Announcer- Choir. Choir Club. Hrchestra Committee. Sub-Deb Club. Honey, William-,-lim. Machinist Mate- Band. Class Play. Class Day. Banquet Com- mittee. Outdoor Club. Prom Committee. Rose. Harrison- .-1 im. Engineer- Prom Committee. Senator. Band. Class Officer. Stamp Club. Monitor. Class Play Committee. Rupp. Joanne-.-lim. Dietician-- Orchestra. Drum and Bugle Corps. Girl Iteserx es. College Club. Class Play Committee. Prom Committee. National Honor Society. Salajezyk. Jess--.-lim. Electrician- Prom Committee. Theater Party Committee. Class Play Committee. Monitor. Camera Club. Class Otiicer. National Honor Society. Schlaudecker. Patricia- .fl im. Dietician- Cirl lieseryes. National llonor Society. College Club. Prom Committee. Class Play Com- mittee. Schonthaler. Kalman -.-lim. Butcher- tilee Club Ullicer. Basketball Team. Monitor. Athletic Theory Club. Prom Committee. Seblom. Elaine-fl im. Success- Monitor. National Honor Society. Theater Party Committee. Prom Committee. Art. Club, Camera Club. Typing Club. Shakelton. Elsie-.-lim. Secretary-- Art. Typing Club. Camera Club. Craft Club. Sinls. Marilyn-.-1 im. Secretary- Prom Committee. Banquet Committee, Na- tional Honor Society. Typing Club. Camera Club. Senator. Class Oflicer. Slater, Robert-Aim. Curator- Cheerleader. Rod and Gun Club. Cheerleaders Club. Prom Committee. Class Play Committee. Sniith. Robert-.-1 im. To Beat the .laps- President of Cheerleaders Club. Captain ol' Cheerleaders. Sontheimer, Milton-.-lim. Marine- Track Team. Cross Country Team. Rod and Gun Club. Sirly-nine Sopp. Norma-.-l im. Doctor-- College Club. Neuman Club. Girl Reserves, Class Play. Swain. Lillian .-lim. Stcnographer -- Dramatic Club. Booster Club. Prom Com- mittee. Monitor. President ol' Dramatic Club. Strueker. Richard .-lim. Navy-- Water Polo Team. Swimming Team. Class Play. Class Day Committee. Prom Committee. Uutdoor Club. Swimming Club. Monitor. Swanson. George- xilllll. Doctor- Glee Club. Choir. Choir Club. President ol Glee Club. Torrance. Neil-.-1 im. Pilot- Class Day Committee. Class Play Committee. Track Team. Banquet Committee. Uutdoor Club. Prom Committee. Monitor. Tucker Helen Harriet-.-1 im. Nurse- Chorus. Choir. Usher's Club. Historical Society. Dramatic Club. Microscopic Club. College Club. Vaughn. Dorothy-slim. Success- Monitor, Prom Committee. Girl lteserxe. Banquet Committee. Sub-Deb Club. Needle- craft Club. Yerdecehia. Leo-.-lim. Scientist- Football Team. Prom Committee. Senate Oflicer. Mater Polo Team. Monitor. Athletic Theory Club. Microscope Club. Yvolfe. Richard-fl im. Musician- Band. Urchestra. Gym Team. Class Play. Class Play Committee. Whalley. Georgia-.-1 im. Success- Booster Club. Class Committee. Senate Utlicer. Yaple. Patricia-fl im. Success- Historical Club. Amateur Club. Class Day Committee. Yaple. Phyllis-ftim. WAAC- Prom Conmlittee. Class Play Connnittee. Announcement Committee. Yarbenet. Alice-.-l im. Secretary- Girl's Chorus. Academe Staff. Newman Club. Class Ollicer. National Honor Society. Class Play. Yawger. Richard-.-tim. Engineer- Band. Basketball Team. Choir. Prom Com- mittee. Class Play. Drum Major. National Honor Society. Yockey, Jean-.-tim. Nurse- Girl's Chorus. College Club. Cheerleaders Club. Personality Club. Prom Committee. Theater Party Committee. Girl Reserves. Hostess Club. Candy Stand. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS James McVay, , ,,,, . , ,,,, . .. . , President Harry Fornalczyk ,,,, . l"I'l'? President Kay WVetzel, , . . .,,, , . . .Secretary Vincent Kress, . , ,,,, Treasurer schedule. Another class party solved the problem: the seniors will long remember Mr. Miller and the square dances. James McYay, who was president again in I2-l, joined the Paratroops near the end of the semester and Harry Fornalczyk, vice president. "took over." Many other boys graduated in February in order to join the armed forces or to begin college training. During the start of the 12-2 semester, Mr. Torrance, class adviser. left for a navy com- mission. Vincent Kress, president, represented the class and presented him with a suitcase as a token of appreciation. A party in the Girls Gym was a fairly successful project, but the class play, "The Family Upstairs" was one of those rare, highly excellent high school presentations. Still, the best. is yet to bel The seniors are eagerly awaiting the prom, the banquet- dance, class day, and their last school activity, commencement. Then they will find their place intsociety and the war effort.: they will do their best in everything-of that we're confident. JUTIC Class From all over Erie they came, and in September of 19-L0 they met for the first time as a group. some -L25 or more of them. They were tl1e beginning of the largest graduating class in Academy's history, the J-une 'class of 'vl-3. At. hrst it was nearly all that they could do to get settled in their new surroundings. The seniors sponsored a get-acquainted party in their honor which helped to -.break the ice," and tenth grade President John Cooney managed to formulate the first class under- taking, a 10-2 party. ln the eleventh grade the class members were busy implanting themselves in school organizations, but they elected James McYay president and had another party, this time in conjunction with the ll-2's. Near the end of their eleventh school year, the class went to the Music Box for a third party-dance. "Here We tio Again" will recall to the few who attended the I2-l theater party the nn- mediate need that' arose for a more active SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Vincent Kress ,,,,,.,,,,..............f.f. PFBSMEHI Mary Schultz, . M , . . Vice President Kay WVetzel , , . ,,,c.. Secretary Paul Leahy ,,.., .,., T reasurer Doris .Mliu luri Elllll BCI ly Nose' llilal .xlllll'll :xllI'l'll,2l'l' .Klum .lla-xumlvr Louis Andersen Richard Baker Sevenly-unc Patricia . luriv XVullcr Xlargarcl Anthony Bzllwock Bag.-:noni lgilllllll WL uf1fNf-fl bg , Cfafl Mi is Gladys Richard Edward Mildred Bannister Barker Barry Isilflllfllllvr- Frvllvri1'k :xllll'l'f'll l Eleanor Allgf-if-r Palamcna .AllllC'llI'Cl Lois A ndcrson fu!" , , .'. L' 1 v, .1 3 iwsvew F W m 5 , vr.x,,..,,- - - -. - + ' . 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