Many tunctions constitute the lite ot a teen-ager in high school. He is part ot many
organizations, activities, and other projects ot the school. To tind out about student lite, a
reporter-camera-man was assigned tor his beat, Academy High School. As each day progressed
his notebook accumulated much data. We, ot the 1946 Academe Statt, have 'tborrowedu the
reporters notebook. Therefore, with a "Pressman's View ot Academy" as our theme, we
present to you the 1946 Academe.
John W. Ray
Mr. lohn W. Ray, a graduate of Chio and
Columbia Universities, began his teaching
career in l905 at the age of l8 in Venango
County . . . taught history at Oil City High
School for eight years . . . principal of Titusville
High School . . . came to Academy in l9l9 and
taught a half year, then went to East to assist
Mr. lVlcNary . . . became principal of East High
School when Mr. McNary came to Academy . . .
came back to Academy on Cctober l6, H939 as
our principal . . . likes the democratic spirit,
friendliness and Willingness to help, that he
found at Academy . . . would like to see the
athletic field finished, and new uniforms for all
the organizations . . . his ideal is a Yale professor
of English, William L. Phelps . . . his hobbies are
garden making, bird study, and such sports as
baseball, golf and tennis . . . is active in the
lunior Historical Society and is president of the
Miss Mildred Lockwood . . . attended Erie
Central High School and the University ot
Pittsburgh . . . tormer member ot our Mathe-
matics Department . , . likes the country and
reading . . . does not like tardiness or dishonesty
. . . planning ot semester's schedule usually
talls to her . . . counted a triend as well as an
advisor ot the girls.
Mr. Howard Kelly . . . formerly on coaching
statt . . . was member of Science Department . . .
likes hunting and apple pie a la mode . . . does
not like carelessness or lack ot consideration in
others . . . plays prominent part in planning
Commencement Programs . . . is well equipped
to deal with trials and tribulations ot the boys
who consult him.
Ruth Waugh Margaret Weber Olivia Hakel
All schools have them . . . Academy has
eighty-one members . . . a necessary "evil" . . .
essential for promotion of school life . . . usually
cooperative and friendly . . . occasionally sar-
castic and disagreeable . . . but always willing
to help . . . do their best to make school life en-
joyable, at least part of the time.
Assign innumerable homework tasks, give
countless numbers of tests, make use of various
forms ot discipline, offer aid and guidance to
the students, set many on the "straight and
narrow" . . . all these are done in preparation
for the students' futures.
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The Academy Lions were labeled 4-F in
experience and potentiality in the fall . . . opened
season as green as the grass on the stadium
field . . . wound up champions again for the ???
time in the course of football history on the
hilltopff and it's the wind-up that counts.
Characterized by long runs, beautiful pass-
ing, good kicking, co-operative teamwork,
superior sportsmanship and excellent physical
condition . . . determined to win every game and
to take advantage of every break . . . the back-
field was experienced and fast . . . the line, in-
experienced, but came through.
Trained at Camp Sherwin . . . had a session
of calisthenics and signal drills in the morning
. . . tackling and blocking in the afternoon . . .
practiced in rain cr shine.
Best passer of the season, Al Fracassi, who
had the highest average . . . Best Tackler, Bob
Morgan . . . Best pass receiver, Howard Henning
. . . Best blocker in the line, Robert Wachter . . .
Best blocker in the backfield, Robert DeMarco
. . . Best blocke-rs as a combination, Howard
Henning and Terry Burgess . . . Best ball carrier
in a line smash, Howard Henning . . . Best ball
carrier in open field, Bob Morgan . . . Best
punter in both games and exhibition, "Champ"
Barthelson . . . Best place kick for kickoff and
the try for point, Terry Burgess . . . Longest run,
Bob Morgan who ran 85 yards . . . Biggest thrill,
Al Fracassi passed to Howard Henning who ran
55 yards to win the first Tech game in the last
8 seconds of play . . . Biggest player, Mike
Yanosko . . . Smallest player, Robert DeMarco
. . . Biggest eater, foe Buto . . . Biggest sleeper,
Tom Anthony . . . .Best looking, C???open for dis-
cussionl . . . Bob Morgan, Robert Wachter, Terry
Burgess made the Dispatch and Times All-City
teams . . . Bob Morgan, loe Buto, Howard
Henning, Al Fracassi, and Terry Burge-ss played
in the East-West game.
A football game! . . . What do these words
mean . . . Besides the actual playing of the game
these words have much meaning . . . Take for
instance this night when Academy was play-
ing . . .
The gates at the northern end of the field
opened . . . The Academy Drum Corps marched
in . . . looked very impressive in their gold and
blue uniforms . . . did a short, snappy drill . . . a
shout rose from the opposite side . . . their band
marched onto the field . . . Again the northern
gates opened . , . The cheerleaders appeared
carrying the blue and gold banner . . . This time
the shouts were from Academyites . . . The
Academy band and twirlers proceeded down
the field . . . the crowd applauded and cheered
them . . . the twirlers strutting before the band,
looked very smart in their varied colored
uniforms . . . the crowd rose . . . as the signal
was given by the cheerleaders the school song
rang out across the gridiron . . . Then a peppy
fifteen-up for the team.
The Half! . . . tonight the Academy band and
twirlers put on a colorful interlude called t'Bell
Bottom Trousers" , . . this brought to mind
other colorful drills executed by the Drum Corps
including Sue Richardson's and Ada Mae
Smith's exhibition of twirling lighted batons in a
So you see the cheerleaders, the bands, the
drum corps, and the crowd all go together to
make up a FCCTBALL GAME!
Fixst Row -A. Owens, A. Meyers, M. l.. Marcella, C. Rupp. Second Row---R, Babe G. Smith, R. Kennedy: E. French.
Come on, Blue-Come on, Gold
Come on, Academy-Let's Go!
They're on the beam . . . enthusiastic, peppy, jivey . . . morale
boosters . . . jumping jacks . . . chosen for their ability to lead . . .
outstanding in school activities . . . always on hand for football
games . . . in evidence at basketball games, too . . . never tail
the school, even it the weather be snow, rain, or hail . . . song
and cheer composers . . . Do you know who they are? . . . Why, of
course, they're the cheerleaders with faculty advisor, Mr. Nelson
l-lale . . . captain of the team, Audrey Meyers . . . the rest of the
regular sguad consists of Audrey Owens, Mary Lou Marcella,
Carol Rupp, Earl French, Bob Babe, Dick Kennedy, and Glen
Smith . . . each regular cheerleader has a substitute . . . practice
begins three weeks before school starts in the tall . . . this with
practice after school every night seems like hard work . . . but
it is necessary to make new cheers and songs . . . practice old
cheers and songs, too . . . much credit is due the cheerleaders for
their cooperative attitude and loyalty.
First RowfA. Pellican, C. Pellican, L. Cipriani, L. Locastro, C. Blackmore, G. Maines, F. Longo, R. Fitzgerald. Second RowfR. McKenzie, Mqr.,
R. Morqan, H. Henning, T. Burgess, I. Buto, R. Wachter, F. Smith, E. Barthleson, R. Delviarco, E. Koenig, Mgr. Third Rowe--I. Komora, Asst. Coach,
R. Krape, T. Coyne, A. Fracassi, R. Rosequist, M. Yanosko, I. Walters, N. Bradley, I. San Pietro, I. Wetzel, E. Thomas, Coach. Fourth RowfH. Farn-
bauqh, I. Ohmer, R. Arndt, I. Geier, T. Anthony, E. Sundherq, I. Hammond, I. Kohler, B. McBride, R. Ccston.
Warren. . . . 2
Farrell. . . . O
Tech. . . . . 12
Vincent. .. . . .20
East ...... . . .30
Meadville. . . . . O
Prep .... . . . O
Tech. . . . . 6
Vincent. .. H14
East ...... . . 2
Bradford. . . . . .25
Prep .... . O
Trumpets : A1tofHorns:
Wylcotf, Donald Drums:
Bass: Andre, lack
Kindle, Earl Morrow, Gerry
Shattstall, Richard Tino, Louis
Donna Zimmerman Waterman, Paul Weed, Norman
The Academy lunior Varsity won the football
city championship with a record of 5 wins and
3 ties in league competition. The Blue and Gold
lay Vees accomplished the unusual feat of hold-
ing their opponents scoreless while themselves
scoring 56 points in their 8 league games.
Leading this exceptional defense was a
pair of outstanding tackles, Tony Zambroski and
Don Barney. Cfuards Bill Freeman, lim Cairns,
Howie Rosenthal and lack Polancy added
strength to the middle of the line. Richard
Robinson and Bill Freeman very capably handled
Wronek's kicking, passing and defensive play
was outstanding. Other backs performing to
best advantage included Al Cfianoni, Ed Groen-
dahl, Bob Shields, Richard Goff, and Paul
The ability and willingness of these boys to
work and cooperate with each other and the
coaching staff contributed greatly to the success
of the season.
V. M. Lewis
the outer duties. Winning letters at end were SCORES
Karl Berringer, lim McKenzie, Francis Stebell, Academy Opponent Score
and Fred Buchner, a quartet of effective wing- ,D L P k 14
men. More of the necessary reserve strength in X """""" Hdwgence ff ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 15
the line was supplied by a capable array includ- O' ' ' """' Par Orcree "" ' ' ' ' O
ing Angelo Panos, loe Palermo, Bob Stahlbaum, 0' ' ' "" Treli """"' ' ' ' O
Chick Longo, and Sam Varo all of whom saw O' ' ' "" ec """"' ' ' ' 6
considerable action. 7' ' ' "" Jamestown' ' ' ' ' ' '
12... .,., Vincent ..... ... O
The starting backfield lined up with Whitey 24. . . .... East ....... . . . . . O
Borkowski at quarter, Russ Hill and Ronnie 6. . . .... lamestown .... . . . . . 7
Matteson at halfback, and foe Wronek playing 7. . . .... Prep ..........., . . . O
fullback. Borkowski was the leader of the team O. . . .,., Lawrence Park. . . . . . 6
as well as the leading scorer. The blocking 7. . . .... Tech ........... O
and ball-carrying ability of Hill and Matteson O. . . .... Vincent ....... . .. O
added many a badly needed yard for Academy. 6. . . .... East ..... . . . O
First Row-I. Cairns, A. Gianoni, K. Barringer, F. Buchner, R. Stahlbaum, A. Panos, H. Rosenthal, l. Polancy, B. Shields, R. Goff. Second Row-
I. Palermo, F. Stebell, I. McKenzie, R. Hill, B. Freeman, D. Barney, W. Borkowski, T. Zambrowski, I. Wronek, D. Robinson, R. Mattison, S. Varo. Third
b N b A dt R R b k G. Rucker, E. Martin, L. Anderson, C. Seiler, C. Shampoe, l. Donikowski,
Row-H. Wells, C. Longo, A. Tennen aum, . laco sen. l. rn , .
A. Giannamore B. Young, A. Courteau, R. Houck, P. Raeder, D. Gor
First RcwfC. Towns, E. Thomas, C. Swahn. G. Mmadeo, N. Hale. Second Rowfl, Balla, 1, Mmlkovitr, 1 Komora, O. Sheldon, M. Lewis.
EDMUND THOMAS-head coach of football
. . . assists in the training of the track team . . .
came to Academy in 193O . . . attended Oswego
State Teachers College . . . Columbia U. . . .
likes to watch football games . . . prefers coach-
ing football and basketball . . . admires Lou
Gehrig . . . in high school participated in basket-
ball and football . . . got cup for outstanding
athlete . . . in college took part in football and
basketball . . .
CLARENCE 1. SWAHN4coaches golf team
. . . came to Academy in 1939 . . . did student
teaching here in 1934-35 . . . studied at Pitt and
Carnegie Tech . . . likes to watch all sport
activities . . . thinks Byron Nelson is tops . . . took
part in basketball, baseball, track, and golf in
high school and college . . .
101-IN M113 KOV1C4coach of swimming and
water polo team . . . came to Academy in 1941
. . . got his degrees at Edinboro and Pitt . . . Babe
Ruth is tops . . . in high school Mr. Mifkovic
participated in water polo, baseball, tennis . . .
in college, football and baseball . . .
1ACK KOMORAfhead coach of basketball,
line coach of football . . . first here as swimming
instructor in 1924-27 . . . back here in 1945 .
attended Slippery Rock State Teachers College
and Pitt . . . coaching schools at Buchnell, under
Rockne-Meanwell . . . Northwestern, under
1-lanleyfZuppke-Londberg, and Oswego . . .
likes to both watch and coach football and
basketball . . . thinks the "Four Horsemen" were
top notchers . . . letterman in high school and
college in football, basketball and baseball . . .
COSTON TOWN S-coach of track team and
1. V. football . . . coached wrestlers eleven years
. . . came here in 1934 . . . attended Edinboro and
Penn State, also coaching school at Lehigh,
Detroit, Pitt, West Virginia, and Northwestern . . .
likes to watch football and coach track . . . was
on college basketball and track teams . . .
GUY MINADEO-fcoach of baseball team
. . . came to Academy in 1929 . . . attended Edin-
boro and Pitt . . . likes to watch and coach base-
ball . . . thinks 1oe Gordan is top athlete . . . on
swimming team in high school . . . in college
took part in football and baseball . . .
V. M. LEW1Sf well-known coach of 1. V.
basketball and 1. V. football teams . . . came to
Academy in fall of 1935 . . . attended Allegheny
. . . University of Illinois . . . likes attending
basketball games . . . enjoys coaching basketball,
too . . . holds Lou Cfehrig in high esteem . . .
participated in college basketball.
NELSON 1-lALEfgiven job of coaching
junior high students in game of basketball . . .
came to Academy in 1935fattended Edinboro
and Duke . . . enjoys baseball games . . . but likes
to coach basketball . . . holds Carl Hubbel as
ideal athlete . . . in college was on basketball
team . . .
1OHN BALLAH-coaches tennis and cross
country . . . came to Academy in 1935 . . .
studied at Edinboro and Pitt . . . likes observing
baseball and football . . . likes coaching tennis
and cross country best . . . admires Lou Cfehrig
. . . in high school took part in football, baseball,
and basketball . . . in college participated in
basketball . . .
O12RlS Sl'1ELDONicoaches 1r. high football
team and wrestling team . . . came here in 1944
. . . attended Findlay College and Penn State . . .
likes to go to football games . . . enjoys coaching
his wrestlers . . . thinks 1ack Dempsey is tops . . .
on football, track, and wrestling teams in both
high school and college . . .
First Rowftif. Wexler, M. Wuenschel, F. Kane, B. Papuccri I.. Nagle, T. Patsy, B. Dunbar, I. Serafini. Second Row' I. Huckelberry, M. Schersch-
ing, M. Krolak, I. Eichenlaub, Fitzgerald, I. Carlin, P. Young, I. Allen, A. Kosicki. Third Row--M L Peelman, D. Mcfifarthy, M. Delsandro, I.
Roberts, M. Knight, D. Olsen, M. Hess, E. Marsh, M. Frame, S. ffromneclit, W. Mano, S. Richardson, Majorette. Fourth ROW-I, Finnell, A. Hess,
M. Ulilman, B. Herman, I. Hogan, M. Hubert, M. Konzel, R, Grain, M. Loomis, C. Syzmula, H. Popowslu.
Drum and Bugle Corps . . . outstanding in
performance . . . massive entertainment at foot-
ball games . . . twirlers wearing the blue and
gold . . . graceful twirl leader Sue Richardson
wearing the flag colors, red, white, and blue . . .
what time . . . what harmony . . . drummers sen-
sational . . . the rum-tum of the drums and the
toot-tooting of the buglists . . . Ada Mae Smith
steps ever so lively . . . what glamour . . . what
rhythm . . . who is responsible . . . of course . . .
none other . . . Miss Meyette, drill instructor . . .
and musical director, Miss Schweitzer . . . con-
gratulations extended . . . everyone pleased . .
this active organization is better than ever . . .
Who's that? . . . Mrs. Who? . . . why of course,
Mrs. Dolce . . . former co-director and sister of
present director, Miss Schweitzer.
Flag bearers erect . . . guards at attention . . .
what more can one ask for? . . . surely, music . . .
you heard it . . . like it? . . . sure you did and so
did everyone else . . . what a season . . . yes . . .
we got the trophy . . . that is, the football team
. . . but wait . . . what did the Drum and Bugle
Corps get? . . . nothing? . . . oh yes, they did . . .
it wasn't just a few hand claps or a few up-
roarious cheers but . . . admiration as well as
respect from the Blue and Gold . . . surely,
that's what counts . . . yep! . . . that's our Drum
and Bugle Corps . . . l'The Academy Drum and
President ...... ....,........ D onna McCarthy
Vice President .... . . .Sue Richardson
Secretary ........ ............ M arjorie Knight
Treasurer ..,... .............. A da Mae Smith
President ...... ............. D onna McCarthy
Vice President .... ..... S ue Richardson
Secretary ,...,.. ,... M arjorie Knight
Treasurer ..... ........ I.. ois Nagle
Sitting l. Nealinzi, I. Brown, R. M. Martin Mr. C. C, Radder, C, Cairns, A. Leplch, P, Lundfelt. First Rowffl, Wilson, T. Ward, N. Anderson, M.
Carr A 'irk ialrictk, L. Bliven, l. Lasher, H. Kulvinski, Second Row I. Bierbauei, H. Tobias, W, Anderson, R. Rosecmgst, R lenkins, L. Firir kson,
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"Seven issues for 35c" . . . what a bargain
. . . exciting articles . . . timely editorials . . .
sparkling gossip . . . current happenings about
school . . . sports . . . news of alumni, now serv-
ing in the armed forces . . . written by students,
selected for scholarship, leadership . . . faculty
advisor, Mr. C. C. Radder . . . this paper is sent
free to service men in all parts of the world . . .
published bi-monthly . . .
Editor-in-chief, Rose Marie Martin . . . Busi-
ness Manager, Robert Ienkins . . . Assistant Busi-
ness Manager, Wilbert Anderson . . . Art Editor,
Robert Roseguist . . . Typists, Audrey Kirkpatrick
and Helen Kubinski . . . Staff Photographers,
lames Bierbauer and LeRoy Erickson . . . Page
One, Patricia Lundfelt, Ann Lepich, Marjorie
Carr, Doris Olsen, lean Wilson . . . Page Two,
lane Nealing, Carolyn Cairns, Louisa Bliven,
lean Lasher . . . Page Three, Harvey Tobias,
Stanley Cyterski, Richard Shaffstall . . . Page
Four, lanet Brown, Nancy Anderson, Theresa
Wood . . .
Star Assemblies . . . amusing and educational
. . . acquaint students with the staff and their
work . . . illustrate composition of pages . . .
contents of each page . . . to increase the num-
ber of sales and subscribers . . . A dance this
year . . . Star Sock Stomp H an enjoyable evening
. . . music by Gene Parlette . . .
Second semester brought a few changes . . .
an additional two pages . . . Useven issues for
4062" . . . new members, Page One, Seymour
lskowitz . . . Page Two, Della Rowbottom, loan
Cster, Harvey Shapiro . . . Page Three, Betty
Iohnston, Betty Slater, Shirley Swanson . . . Page
Five and Six, Ianice Roberts, Teanette York,
Vernon Schauble, Marjorie Kent, loan Mosier
Ur. Highl . . . New editorein-chief . . . lanet Brown
. . . Wilbert Anderson moved into the job he
trained for during the first semester this year
, . . new art editor, Roger Coon and Eugene
Sundberg . . .
V. MANDO B. FALKEWITZ
"The American lunior Red Cross was founded by presi-
dential charter in September of 1917, When the school children
of this country were invited to become partners With the grown
people of their communities in the Work Which the Red Cross is
given to do in war and in peace times. By the end of the first
World War the membership had reached the 12,000,000 mark.
Since that time, it has grown until now the members number
more than 30,000,000 boys and girls, making it the largest
youth organization in the world."
Erie lunior Red Cross . . . started in 1934 . . . by meeting of
school representatives . . . ideas of organization discussed . . .
city and county schools became charter members . . . correspon-
dence albums, made and exchanged . . . with foreign countries
. . . toys for children in hospitals . . . holiday articles for local
institutions . . . making and covering brailled books for the
blind . . . in 1936 twenty-nine schools enrolled . . . activities
continued . . . War in 1939 increased demands upon Red Cross
. . . councils set up in schools . . . supervised by teachers as
advisors . . . headquarters at 918 Peach . . . in 1940 full school
membership . . . participated in War time program . . . services
rendered to community . . . raised S2500 through salvage
drive in 1943 . . . moved into the store at 1110 State Street . . .
temporary guarters in Chapter House basement . . . new building
completed at 509 Sassafras Street. jeb
SittingffP. Tnrrelli, 1. Salvia, C. Hershelman, F. Carter, R. Wemdorf, L. Prindle. First R 1 N h M S R b
man, A. 1.1tz, 1. Kimmy, R. Seidler, N. Robertson, 1. Cross, R. Manross, N. Zimmerly. Second R A K S M
son, B. Sopp, E. Galanis, P. Peterson, B. Hammer, G. Kuqel, P. Wilson, B. Higgins, 1. Frank 1 L th Th d R M St S
E. Sanders, C. Malina, C. Lukias, B. Sheafter, R. Wegmxller, S. Guyer, E. Albrycht, 1. Fishe L t
SittingfM. Pellican, G. Schrieter, A. Lepich, I. Heberlein, I. Engel, I. Weyand, T. Silvaqgi, C. Polk, B. Olgin, M. Seratini, S. Bastow, M. L. Kerr,
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1 er, inn, ramer, c aug in, ensen. irst ow - ang, . artir, re z, ar ram, me zer, . o i, ezo ,
D. Straub, A. Sokoloski, L. Scott, I. Graham, L. Kajencki, V. Manolo, I. Maltett, M. Konzel, C. Cairns, I. Finnell, M. Passmore, E. Smith. Second
Rowgl. Schonthaler, M. Monkowski, D. Welker, E. Blackmond, C. Keane, I. Nealing, I. Eichenlaub, K. McNamara, K. Gietl, B. Rystoqi, A. Shaw,
Y. Patchen, A. Skinner, M. D. Iones, M. A. Desser, M. Carr, C. Hannah. Third Rowfp. Lunolielt, I. Rehrn, D. Peters, M. Strock, L. Waskiewicz,
T. Tylkoski, F. Kimmel, I. Iensen, B. Seiders, N. Sopp, T. Scepura, T. Winkoski, C. Radov, D. Storaci, A. Devlin. Fourth Row S. Greene, D.
Heberle, B. Roberts, B. Schilling, S. Ricliardsori, P. Kuqel, A. Heakrnan, M. A. Malthaner, I. Giek, D. Bnughman, N. Haskins, M. Diideriliruotlfw,
I. Ferik, I... Iohnson, Wardenga, M. Carlson, C. Harbold. Fifth Row D. McCarthy, D. Zimnierinan, I. Hoxitfk, P. Cohen, l. Anderson, I. Davis,
M. Kubiak, I, Tlnti, I. Munson, V. Adams, S. Fosuo, S. Peters, A. Kirkpatrick, M. L. Brader, I. Brown, I. Blavkniorc, Willert.
"To Find and Give the Best" is the motto of
the Girl Reserves, one of Academy's most active
and popular organizations. All girls interested
in service and social activities are eligible for
membership and are made junior members of
the Y. W. C. A.
Girl Reserve Social CalendarGl945-1946
6-'I-Fall conference at Edinboro State
Teacher's College. Four delegates from
Academy's Girl Reserves spent an enjoyable
viieikend planning the year's program for the
c u .
10--Tri Council election of officers.
F hl5-A talk on 'lManners" presented by Mrs.
l6fCollected money in assembly for the
22-Tureen supper at the Y. W. C. A.
2laaBaskets of fruit presented to the Sarah
Reed Home as a Thanksgiving project.
21-SIG donated to World Fellowship Fund.
24-'eTri Council Dance "Autumn Serenade"
loseph Montanero's Orchestra at the Armory.
29e"l-larvest I-lop" with Bunny Falkewitz's
Band in the Girls' Gym.
1kSold Tuberculosis Seals in down town
14-"Hanging of the Greens" for Christmas
in the Y. W. C. A., also a supper party.
l7GLuncheon at Y. W. C. A. for all Volun-
18-Christmas gifts for Holland.
Zl+Cookies for U. S. O. Lounge.
18-Birthday presents for Veterans' Hos-
Z2-Tureen Supper at Y. W. C. A. honoring
25-Ann Lepich, out-going president and
Mid-Year Senior, voted the outstanding Girl
Reserve in her class, name engraved on
4-New lO-l girls' homerooms canvassed for
members. Only IO-l's allowed to join at Mid-
l4iFebruary project G Girl Reserves
brought Valentines to distribute among children
at Sarah Reed I-lome.
12-Meeting-"Knowing Iob Opportunities"
---Miss Harriet Bury.
l9fTureen supperGY. W. C. Af-followed
by songs, games, contests.
9f'lMaking our Club Elections Democratic"
W-Responsibility of individual members, officers,
in electing persons gualified for the work of
the next Club year.
16-Easter project-Each member brought
one colored "Easter Egg" for basket for children
in the Sarah Reed Home.
Sitting M. Ferrick, K. Kinkaid, M. Becker, P. Shaffer, M. Olson, M. Malm, E. Young. M. Eichler, N. Burqer, B. L. Smith, D. Schreckenqost, C.
Bauschard. First Row - D. Decker, I, Rys, R. Troppichink, I. Kelley, P. Herrirnan, C. Bobb, D. Connolly, C. Doran, I. McGauqhey, I. Rafaloslci,
A. Owens, B. Papucci, B. Dunbar, l. Iacovetta, T. Marther, C. Rupp, A. Linazza. Second Row-D. Wally, L. Dirkson, I. Sullivan, F. Hammond,
H, Arnold, R. M. Nanni, R. M. Larsen, I. Deeds, N. Stillwell, C. Snautfer, R. Levine, P. Leqters, K. Yentes, T. Iankowski, I. Haqmann M. Lanuna. Third
Row N. Rockingham, K. Wcilf, I. Wilson, If Harned, E. Marsh, L. Cokefair, I. Rioder, l. Bednarowicz, B. Bonacc, I. Bertvstritt, D. Olsen, M. Knight,
P. lflnlfwy, N. Anderson, R. Martin, Y. Lopez, T. Kuikowski. Fourth Row I. Brown, N. Mc:Ken7ie, N. O'Brien, I. White, S. Swanson, T. Plonskl, M.
Swl1ar'rm', M. Mueller, R, Soidl, I. Oster, M. Sctlierscliino, L. Alwens, I. Rosenstiel, I. Roberts, F. Nielupski. Fifth Rowell Nantes, I. Rarick, F.
lfmlivi, K. Hunini, I. Glass, l. Findlay, T. Ward, I. Daubcnspcck, I. Parker, I. Lasher, L. Blivon, R. Kraft, A. Meyer, I.. Laniqan, M. lf. Looffol, P. Maher,
64 First Semester
President ......................,. Ann Lepich
May Vice President. . . ........ Dorothy Olsen
'Ze Election of officers also the outstanding Secretary ...... . .Ioanne Daubenspeck
Girl Reserve in the Senior Class. Treasurer ............. ..,... D onna McCarthy
16 fSupper and farewell party for Iune Second Semester
Senior G. Rfs. President ..................... Dorothy Olsen
June Vice President. . . ................ . . . .
4f Regular MoetinqfNew President pro- Secretary ..,.. . .Ioanne Daubenspeck
sidesf'Picnic at Log Cabin-ffPeninsula. Treasurer ..,...... .......... D onna McCarthy
Sitting- H. Comstock, H. Garrison, E. Miller, B. Martin, S. Frank, E. Bosch, C. Baker, C. Leernhuis, C. Anthony, l. Serafini, I. Driscoll, R. Stinson.
First Rowe M. Boldt, I. Howe, G. Linder, V, Harned, P. Adams, N. Brown, D. Auch, S. Lonqo, l. Nanni, A. Oqe, l. Nimmo, D. Imler, B. Lawson, N.
Mc:Mir1hael, L. Hartman, I. Wells, D. Minqoy, Wexler. Second Row f M. A. Buoy, R. I-Ieisler, E. Tate, D. Miqdal, D. Spor, R. M. Zimmerman, T.
Prezwurki, E. Price, I. Kasper, D. Shields, F. Krivonak, S. Anderson, S. Sell, I. Mink, B. Slater, M. A. Scheloske. Third RowfP. Denning, l. Sinicki,
D. Csenesics, V. Krivonak, M. Phelps, M. L. Marcella, I. Sutch, I. Kerr, M. Recker, M, Wuenschel, M. Delsandro, H. Bukowski, E. Liqht, M. Metz,
M. R. Olimer, R. Giqliotti, M. Garnow, I. Martin, G. Iohnson. Fourth RowfS. Semuel, R. Friedland, S. Linder, R. Padavoni, I. Hoffman, N. Wolff,
M. Hertnen, L. Zimmer, D. Snyder, S. Carlson. C. Phillips, B. Hatch, L. Naola, M. Cramer, M. A. Hunn, P. Borchek, M. I. Seiter.
Consists ot young talented girls from lunior
High . . . started in l945 under direction of Miss
lsadora Schweitzer who is the present director
. . . sing tor their own enjoyment as well as others
. . . learn all the fundamentals ot music. . .
familiarize themselves with the works of all well-
known composers . . . participate in the Spring
and Christmas concerts . . . take part in assembly
programs . . . because ot a change in ninth grade
schedules, it was necessary to divide the Chorus
into two groups . . . 55 ninth grade girls in one
group and lO3 seventh and eighth grade girls
in the second group . . . their musical education
in this organization serves as a stepping-stone
to the Senior Girls Chorus and A Capella Choir.
President .i....... .............. l anet Cantor
Vice President. . . . .lane l-leinline
Secretary ...., ..,... l une Rumtord
Treasurer ................., Rosealice Brought
President .....,.... .....,..,... l une Rumlord
Vice President. . . .... Dolores Eicher
Secretary- ..., . . .Mildred Robinson
Treasurer ........,...,........ Miriam Radov
Seventh and Eighth Grade
President .........,...,...,. Margaret Stough
Vice President. . . . . .Norma Robertson
Secretary ..... .,.. P eggy Surdy
Treasurer .... . . .loan Lozier
First Row I. Baller, l. Nash, N. Zunmerly, M. Harrington, l. Shettler, M. Fuller, M. Kennedy, N. Robertson, L. Weed, R. Seidler, D. l"'rum. Second
Rojav Cn. Pude, M. Kohl, M. Surdy, V. E'ler, L. Stein, l. Whittlesey, M. Kaufman, M. Stevens, L. Alwens, M. Hug, C. Parker. Third Row l. Fisher.
l. Smith, C. Devlin, G. Swift, R. Brought, C. Lukeas, D. Bruno, P. Baldi, B. Qlsen, M. Gloystein, D. Fuhrman. Fourth Rowe V. Fronbcrry, H. Kil-
gorskt, J. Sportster, C. French, S. Roberts, V. Guy, O. M. Bohrer, I. Mosier, I. Luther, B. Frazier, M. Deutsch.
,VIII in Ihe Illuzrfvll. nl fllirlniylzl flluxs,
I'm on llu' rfulio every niylll,
I mn make II 1:In'ln' conlenleu'
Ur I can jill Ilim 1llIIIII,l'iflIlI.
Somelimes l'm jazz. somelimes I 'rn swing
Or uwllz or SIVIIIPIIUIIY.
-lnfl Illll usually lay II1e lovers' sirles
To keep IIll'IIl rompnny.
a za s snr ou re mr io zrogrnms.
I Izzy I I III I
Somelunes I come rn belween,
Ifrerywllere I run. I ,Ill Ileurd,
Bu! as yel, I'11e never been seen.
I lm always ul IIJPIIIIITIIUS Io lzriny IIllplIIIll'SS.
And arlrl lo Ille joy IIIl1I,S flzere.
1n1I I even rome buckforfuneruls.
I guess I'm jusl err'ryu'I1ere.
Sonzelinzes I bring Inu-Ie memories.
To lhe young and old as well.
.-ind in Ilze homes. clubs. and Ihealers,
My lones will ulurnys dwell. Initiation
Perllups lay now you know wha! I um.
I nm MIISIII in ull ils slyles.
-1n1l you knou' you mn olu'uys,firuI me.
Iflylll Ill'f'f', or aufross IIIP IIll'Il'S.
-"Doris A. llclwurlv.
First Row H. Maxwell, N. Weaver, P. Ulrich, G. Kuqel, D. Cunxmlnqs, D. Farina, l. Rournforl, l. Valenlme, D. Ncnziqlm, B. Huygens, l. Bimlmnn-er
Second Row I. Schwomlxfvr, M. Radov, l. Tech, M. Hxnspeler, S. Frank, R. Weqmlller, M. Rlzzo, S. Hdskxns, Yurrthak, l. Heinleln, l. Krfiyesk
D. Elczher. Third Row B. Slxealler, R. Trimble, B. Goodyear, M. Brew, P. Baldwm, D. Stout, l. Schryver, B. Larese, L. Vallmoni, B. Hammer, E
Gnlnnls. Fourth Row l. Ydple, C. Amicuccx, C. Anderson, M. Benson, E. Beelxlel, l. Mlller, P. Durnell, l... Hufslader, B, SUPP, P. Peterson, D
Vuqel, N. Bak.
First RowfB. Battle B. Tell, I. Shaftstall, T, Marther, K Fearr.,1. Wells, H. Popowslu, D Imler, D. Battle I. Rieder, Mr. O. Grender, I, I'3.sIi, C.
Bird, D. Green, M. Wuensihel, N. Fulton, C. Hart, C. Weber, I. Keller, L. Golembeski Second Row -F. Nietupski, E. Wisneski, D. Cornelius, I.
Sinicki, I. Nimmo, A. Oge, P. Adams, V. Harned, A. Hess, M. L. Marcella, D. Migdal, M. Garnow, T. Kuikowski, D. Snyder, S. Auqustyniak, V. Vauqhn,
H. Kavesak, G. Iohnson, L. Groendaal, B. Smith, B, Dieczkowski. Third Row- K. Church, A. Williams, L. Lang, L. Maras, M. L. Plavuan, K. Hawley,
D. Csencsics, R. Behan, M. Hinspeter, K. Hammons, I. Rohaly, L, McKee, K. Cauley, M. Delsandro, I Hoffman, I. Olsen, M. loomis, F, Orvhran, D.
Harman, D. Storaci, D. Benecki. Fourth Row V. Kelsey, N. Withers, M. Lanoha, I. Rosenstiel, B. Przrerocki, 1. Almquist, A. Reisenauer, K. Wolf,
A, Sokolosky, E. Light, S. Bartlett, S. Yushkiewicz, H. Iusczak, D. Migdal, R. He-ister, L. Franz, D. Heberle, B. Fluegel, B. Seiders, I. Ienseri, T. Iarikowski,
C. Fracassi, I. Deeds.
gm 46 of
Established in 1926 under direction ot
Morton I. Luvaas . . . consists of 85 carefully
selected girls . . . sing from Berlin to Bach . . .
oldest vocal organization of Academy present
director is Cbed L. Grender . . . musical educa-
tion made up of ear training, practice in reading
notes, group blending . . . sing at different
schools throughout the city . . . hope to be sing-
ing out of town soon . . . take part in city's annual
Spring Music Festival which includes the com-
bined Choruses from East, Strong Vincent, and
Academy . . . sing at Christmas and Spring
concerts heie at Academy . . . such concerts
include many talented soloists . . . participated
in many activities . . . sponser dances in gym . . .
Mr. Obed L. Cfrender . . . commonly known
as 'tPop" . . . graduated from the Red Wing
Academy in Minnesota and St. Olaf College, in
Northfield, Minnesota . . . there he received his
B.A. and Music Degrees . . . in 1925 and '26 he
taught at Madison, Minnesota and in 1926 and
'27, at Glenwood, Minnesota . . . traveled with
St. Claf Quartet in 1927 and '28, from coast to
coast, including a concert at Academy . . . sang
over the radio, WLS in Chicago, quartet and
solo in 1928 and '29 and '30 . . . came to Erie in
the fall of 1930 and has been here ever since
. . . prefers teaching choral music . . . would like
to see the Academy Choir, Cflee Club, and the
Chorus recognized as tops in the nation . . . now
directs Choir, Cflee Club, Chorus and teaches
dah theory and lr. I-ligh Special Music . . . likes to
fish for trout Cties his own flies,D bowl, raise
things in his garden and hunt wild mushrooms.
First Semester Second Semester
President ,,.... , . Doris I-leberle President ..... , . . .Mary Hinspeter
Vice President. . . ,... ..... L ois Franz Vice President. . ........., l.ois Franz
Secretary ..... . , .Mary Lou Marcella Secretary ..... . , .Mary Lou Marcella
Treasurer. . , , . ,Audrey Williams Treasurer .... . . ,Audrey Williams
, CTap . . tap . . tapi . . "May
W l have your attention, please?
We'll start with the tenors on
page four." As all choir members know, this is
the usual proceedure at the beginning of every
rehearsal. These second period rehearsals
surely leave us with many happy memories . . .
fall try-outs . . . slightly bewildered new mem-
bers . . . the horrors! of initiation . . . "Pop"
Grender's jokes . . . the fun we have singing at
other schools, for Kiwanis and other meetings
. . . Remember how silly the new members
looked during their all-day initiation at school?
. . . and how glad everyone was to see "Demmie"
CMr. Dimorierl back with us? . . . Remember the
night we sang over the radio at Christmas
time? . . .
Yes, we do have a lot of fun together, but
were serious, too. Remember our energetic
struggles with "Springtide"? Hard as the going
might have been, it's really a nice feeling when
we finish learning a song . . . the satisfaction of
Remember the Christmas and Spring Con-
certs? . . . how we all crowded into the wings
to hear the various parts of the program . . . the
tedious waiting, wondering if we were going on
a spring trip . . . the dreaded thought ot leaving
choir after diploma day.
Qld members who have graduated often
say that choir is the part of school they remember
best. Were beginning to understand the
reason. Roberta Martin.
OFF ICERS-First Semester
President ....,.................. Shirley Bretz
Vice President. , . . . .Robert 'Wachter
Secretary .,....,,.....,....... Roberta Martin
Treasurer. , . ....,............ Frank Cireiner
Librarians ....,. Audrey l-leckman, Pearl Cohen
First Row -R. Martin, H. Grandy, C. Sinilli, B. le-pson, N. Rrown, S.
Skladanowski. Second Row' l. Brown, M Knight, l. Kelley, M Riew
l Rehin, l. Daiiheiifmevk, V Krivom-ik, D. Wagner, l. Coleman, A. Kui
B, Sehulty, P Rosenthal, l". Greiner, D. Shattvtall, S. Long, A Hectkrnan,
R. Arndt, R. Blum, l. Geier, C. Bartlielsson, l. San Pietro, R Dytflie, D.
President .,.,....,.......,...,. loe San Pietro
Vice President. . . . .Robert Wachter
Secretary .......,... . . ...... loyce Parker
Treasurer. , ,.....,......,....... Lois Scott
Librarians .,.... Audrey l-leckinan, Pearl Cohen
Historians ....... loyce Rehm, Natalie Mclienzie
, l Siiillli, C, Stefiins, l. Parker, S Rivli-iiflsrzri, T.
aldt, Froiiirim'ht, D. Corneliiifs, P. Cohen, R. Levine, O. L. Grendei, M. Loettel,
vinen Third Row --R. Fislrzlier, D. Olsen, l. Hargirmriri, S. Anderson, K, Hatczh,
C. Harliold, N. MeKen7ie, P Finley Fourth Row R. Waehler, R. lfaton,
Dunnilioo, B. Mvbride, C. Verdevwliia, R. Fulirmaiz, R Mann, D. Carr, R. Rosswqiiist.
M. Black, L. Smut
First Row R. Hoaglund, I. Headlund, E. Gray, E. Williams, R. Kaverman. Second Row---P. Laird, P. Fraschetti, D. Gray, L. Sciamanda, G.
Schwartxloqer. Third Rowfl. Sciainanda, D. Smith, I. Krueger, W, Hart, E. Sawtelle, l. Folga,
Once again the Academy cross country team
strides into the limelight . . . another victorious
season, holding both the city and district
championships . . .
Exceptional pride was felt by the team's
coach, lohn Balla . . . the blue and gold was the
first Erie team to defeat Meadville in three
years . . .
Cross country is rapidly becoming an out-
standing sport at Academy . . . some thirty-five
candidates turned out in answer to the first call
. . . a final sguad of eighteen was selected by
Coach Balla . . . the basis of his selection was
guite a natural one, merely the survival of the
fittest . . .
The lettermen this year were: Dennis Gray,
Edwin Gray, Roger Hoagland, Pete Frachetti,
Robert Kaverman, Tack l-leadland, Edward
Williams, and Louis Sciamanda . . . five of these
lettermen will return for next years season . . .
the season was one of the most eventful in a long
time . . . three sguad members gualified for the
state meet in the persons of Dennis Gray, Edwin
Gray, and Edward Sawtelle . . . these boys
traveled to Penn State to participate in the
meet . . .
The scoring system in cross country is not
too Well understood . . . the fact that is most con-
fusing is that the team with the lowest score is
the winner. This results from scoring the
runners as they cross the finish line, first man
counting one point, second man counting two,
An account of the cross-country team for this
past season would not be complete without
mentioning the fact that the team owed much
of its success to the efforts of Phil Laird who
acted as trainer . . .
Academy Opponent Score
2l ....... .... E ast ......,. .... 3 4
20 ,... .... M eadville ,.., . . ,5l
20 .... . , 4 .Meadville ..., . . .35
25 .... .... V incent ..... . . .30
21 .... ..,. E ast ...... . . .40
25 .... .... V incent ..... . . .30
First RowfA. Reed. Second Row'-L. Weingard, S. Vitelli. Third Row-HR. Ploxdorf, R. Konkel, F. Baldwin. Fourth Rowfw. Plirman,
C. Hoyt, R. Sopp. Fifth Row L. Szymanowicw.
WATER POLOfpatterned after ideas in
hockey and basketball.
PURPOSE OF THE GAMEethrow ball into
opponents net as otten as possible.
TEAMvconsists ot six men- goalie, two
torwards, two guards, and a center forward.
LENGTH OF GAMEStour quarters, tive
minutes each-teams change goals atter each
guarterSit game is tied after regulation tour
quarters, an overtime ot six minutes is played-
at the end ot three minules teams change goals.
Chuck Hoyt, Guy Hellwege, Lewis Weingard
were outstanding in their play . . . Hellwege was
placed on the second team tor All-scholastic
Robert Larsen, Mgr.
CThese boys will be back next semesterfl
Ray Sopp Herman Lombardi
Ray Konkel Ray Bloxdort
3 .,.. . . . ..... Vincent. . .
2 .,.. ...East.....
O .... ...Vincent ,.
l ,... ...East...,.
l ..,... ...Tech.....
East ...... . .... 5
Vincent .... ,... 4
Academy .... , . . . l
Tech ..... .... l
. ..... 6
. ..... 4
First Row f l.. Erickson, MT. l. Bright, l. Bnerlnailez' Second Row-'D. Fullcrod, A. Williams, D Blake-slee, D. Kuntf, l. Cairns
Its aim: To serve the school and its
different organizations in every possible way . . .
The crew is on the job bright and early in
the morning . . . work quietly and industriously
. . . are capable of undertaking any task asked
of them . . . do jobs willingly and efficiently . . .
co-operate with the students and faculty in time
of need . . . help at class plays, parties, dances,
assemblies, all social activities at school . . .
operate the movie projector . . . have charge of
setting the stage, lighting effects, loud-speaking
system, phonograph . . . build and paint scenery
for plays and assemblies . . .
Requirements for entering stage crew:
student must be in ninth grade . . . have an
average of HC" or better . . . must be dependable
and honest . . . receive letters at the end of the
year for work successfully completed . . . meet-
ings are held in Room l4 . . . conducted by the
faculty advisor, Mr. l. Bright . . .
Salute to the stage crew for efforts over-
looked . . . a generous thanks for work well
done . . .
Faculty Stage Manager .... .... M r. l. Bright
Student Stage Manager .... . . .LeRoy Erickson
Assistant Stage Manager ....., Iames Bierbauer
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Name W- Nickname - Birthday - Description - Aim - Pet Peeve
Adams, John-Mouse-1 uly 27, 1927kblack hair, brown
Balko, Jeanette-Nette-April 13, 1928gblonde hair,
blue eyes-private secretary-listening to people
Barney, Paul-CurlywSeptember 7, l927abrown hair,
blue eyes-traveling salesman-when my car won't
Bart!-am, Mildred-Peanuts-lanuary 15, 1928-blonde
hair, blue eyes-dress designer-impolite boys.
Boga, Jean-Dimples-October 21, l927v-blonde hair,
blue eyes?-artist-boys that whistle.
Boyer, Robert-Bob-luly 22, l927iblack hair, blue
Bretz, Shirley-Shirl-May 15, 1928+brown hair, brown
eyes-success in my music-people who tell little
Buetikofer, Richard -- Dick K September lO, 1928 -
brown hair, green eyes---carpenterfgirls in sloppy
shirts and pants.
Cohen, Bernard-Curly-March ll, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-big tamilykoverly-affectionate girls.
Deaner, Edna Mae-Edna-February l, 1927-light
brown hair, hazel eyes-travelgdead parties.
Eller, Arthure-Art-May 20, 1928-brown hair, brown
Emling, Mary AnneGabby-October 21, 1927-black
hair, brown eyes-a good housewitektiling fingernails
Falkewitz, Robert-Bunny-Iuly 11, 1927-blonde hair,
hazel eyes-musician-smart alecs.
Farnbaugh, Harry-Curly-February 16, l928+blonde
hair, blue eyes-baseball player in majors-getting
my girl home by midnight.
Folga, Frances-ShrimpywOctober 5, 1927-brown
hair, brown eyes-traveling-rough boys.
Foster, Evajean-Cutie-Ianuary 9, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-secretary-people who push on buses.
French, Ear1fElbaldo-February 15, l928wbrown hair,
blue eyes-sports announcer-short rallies.
Friedland, Howard-l-lowieelanuary 27, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyesfjournalistff student teachers.
Gillette, Elaine-Elaineflanuary 4, l928fbrown hair,
brown eyes-esuccess in lite-e boisterous person.
Gordman, Richard-DickffMarch 19, l928f'f brown
hair, blue eyes, atomic physicist--epeople who talk too
Grygier, Josepheloeflvlarch 19, 1927-brown hair,
green eyes ea manfwomen.
Hancock, Karl-Bucl-lune 17, 1928-brown hair, blue
eyesedoctorggirls with too much make-up.
Harbold, Carol-Carol-March 31, l928ebrown hair,
blue eyes-psychologist or businesswoman ffapeople
who bite their nails.
Henning, Howard-l2ediMarch 8, l928fred hair,
green eyes--fireman-short rallies.
Hershey, Charmaine-Charm February ll, 1928- brown
hair, blue eyesfair hostess- eimpolite boys.
Houk, Donald-1-loukie-December 22, 1928-H brown
hair, blue eyes+engineerf"Annie."
Huber, He1eneBrownie-March 6, 1928-brown hair,
Jackson, Mary Ann-Babefltugust 8, l927fabrown
hair, blue eyes-nurse-sailor Bill.
Jendrock, Helen-Lenny-December 12, l927fabrown
hair, brown eyes-stenographer--boys who tease you.
Jenkins, Robert-Bob-February 20, 1928--brown hair,
brown eyesf certified public accountant enemy car.
Jones, Mary Daw-Daw--April 6, l927fbrown hair,
brown eyesfget my private flying licensenrmy brother.
Kath, Beryl-Kathyelanuary 24, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyesf- interior decorator- rf dancing.
Kellick, Elaine-Kellymllecember 22, 1927--dark
brown hair, brown eyesestenographereteasers.
Krahe, Norman-Norm-December 16, 1928fblonde
hair, blue eyesfpublic accountant-girls with sloppy
Kuivinen, A1iceeAleSeptember 5, 1927flight brown
hair, hazel eyeseemusic teacherihiccoughs.
Lancet, Zelda-Zel-1une 23, 1927-clark brown hair,
brown eyeselive in Brooklynf-Erie, Pa.
Lang, Shir1eyeShirl-eFebruary 2, 1928ebrown hair,
blue eyes social worker 1-fsloppy shoes.
Lepich, Ann-Anna-February 21, 1928-blonde hair,
green eyes-drive a care "-- people who are always late.
Linn, Norma-Bubbaelune 19, 1927vbrown hair,
brown eyesetypistfsomeone staring at me.
Locastro, Leonard-Loco'---October 21, 1927eblack
hair, brown eyesfmillionairev-army.
Loffi, EdwardeEddieei1anuary 17, 1928ebrown hair,
blue eyes-civil engineerve girls.
Lozier, Mild:-edfMi1lief1une 21, 1926ebrown hair,
Lundfelt, Patricia-Pat-April 27, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyesetincling my ambition-Star deadlines.
Maras, Jeromeel-1arpofSeptember 30, 1927--brown
hair, blue eyes-engineereleacling an orchestra. Q
Martin, Rose Marie-Rosie'September 11, 1927-light
brown hair, haze1 eyesfeawriterfgetting up early in
McDonald, AnniefScottiefAugust 1, 1927fbrown
hair, hazel eyesfsecretary-people telling me to
McLaughlin, JeanneeShortye1anuary 6, 1928ebrown
hair, brown eyes--to be well liked-people who say
things they olon't mean.
McLaughlin, Loiselsoie-ef1une 21, 1927--brown hair,
McMann, Ernest-ErnieeSepternber 27, 1927-brown
hair, blue eyes-army-getting up in the morning.
Milloy, Eileen-NeenfDecernber 4, 1927-brown hair,
hazel eyes+good dancereconceited people.
Morgan, Robert-Sid-lanuary 17, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyeskcoach-girls' feather cuts.
Munson, JeaneButterba11fFebruary ll, 1928-light
brown hair, green eyes-nurse-people who tell iall
Naugle, Rona1deFats-April 19, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-agriculturist-women smoking.
Nellis, Doris-Nellie-November 19, 1928gbrown hair,
blue eyes-laboratory technician-conceited boys.
Patterson, WandagPolly-May 7, 1924--blonde hair,
hazel eyesspianist-conceited people.
Pilarski, Dolores-Sunshine-April 14, l926Mlight
brown hair, brown eyes-nurseellamlei.
Pinto, Rose Marie--Re-May 15, 1927-brown hair,
Polk, Clarine-Shorty-lune 1, 1928-brown hair, green
Reisenauer, AudreygAud+lune 12, 1927-brown hair,
hazel eyesisecretaryeoold coffee.
Rodriguez, Jennie-Gwen-May 22, 1927-black hair,
brown eyes+stenographeredisrespect for elders.
Sapper, Harriet-Harriet-May 11, 1928e-blonde hair,
blue eyes-concert pianist-disrespect for elders.
Schlindwein, Frances-Sunshine-October 23, 1926-
bloncle hair, blue eyes-good wife for Ray--English.
Schultz, Anna Mae+Annie-May 27, 1926ebrown
hair, hazel eyes-stenographer-Hamlet.
Schuster, Harry-Heinrich-September 25, 1927-
brown hair, brown eyes-scientist, trip to Europeklate,
Serafini, Marie-Puggy-October ll, 1927-black hair,
brown eyes-operatic star-a boisterous person.
Singer, Paul-ZookeFebruary l7, l928v-black hair,
brown eyes-night club owner-only 24 hours in a day.
Skinner, Ann-Skinney'-luly 19, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-nurse-people being late.
Smith, Ada Mae-Butch-September 7, 1926-black
hair, brown eyes-bookkeeper-catty girls.
Smith, Ellen-Smitty-February 12, l928-dark brown
hair, blue eyes-secretary-my young sisters.
Smith, Florence-Babe-'May 25, 1927-light brown
hair, blue eyesgcommercial artistecatty girls, change-
Smith, Franklinelilmer-lanuary lO, l928ebrown
hair, brown eyeswdetectiveeschool.
Snow, C1ayton+Gut-lanuary 9, l928-brown hair,
blue eyes-agriculturist-two timers.
Stefanowski, Ann-Stevey-December 29, l927wbrown
hair, brown eyes-housewife-my younger brother.
Steiner, Dale-Tiny-September 9, 1927-brown hair,
hazel eyes-engineer-girls, but Shirley's fine.
Tinti, Jean-Jeanne-December 24, 1927-black hair,
brown eyes-office worker-people who have been
taught manners but never use them.
Wetschel, MargaretYPeggy-March 23, 1928-brown
brown eyes-private secretary-girls who smoke.
Wilson, Earl-Sugar-lanuary 17, 1928-black hair,
Winarski, Frank-Hot-Dog-September 5, l927fbrown
Yeager, James-lim-March 20, 1928-brown hair, blue
Yezzi, Lawrence-Larry-October 2, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-proprietor-6th period at school.
S t d I Yeager. First RowfAnne McDonald, Carol Harhold, Rose Marie Martin. Second Row-Robert lenkins, loseph G
Theme: "A Challenge To The World"
Processionalw March ot the Meistersingers ......................... Wagner
Invocation ..............,.... ............., .,.,. A n ne McDonald
Bible Reading ....... ........... .... l o seph Grygier
The Lord's Prayer ..... ........... ............ C a in
Address of Welcome ....... ......., .... l a mes Yeager
Song-A-America ,........ ..... ..... ,..,....... C h o ir
Address: What America ls ..,... ..... C arol l-larbold
SongfAmerica the Beautiful .,.., ..,........,.. C hoir
Address: America Was Promises ,.... .,.., R ose Marie Martin
Address: The Greatest Challenge ..... .... R ichard Gordman
Reading: Victory .................. . . .Howard Friedland
Address: The lssuekllumanity .... ....... ...., R o bert lenlcins
Grandioso- from Recessional .........,..... . . . ......... De Koven
Presentation ot Candidates tor Graduation ,......,. . . .Mr. T. W. Ray, Principal
Presentation ot Diplomas ...,.......,... Dr. C. l-lerman Grose, Superintendent
Presentation ot Awards ...,....,......,..................,., Mr. l. W. Ray
The Star Spangled Banner ..,....... .........,..,....,......, G rchestra
School Song ......,.................,..... .... C lass and Grchestra
Recessional-Three Dots and a Dash .......... ..........,.. H erturth
The Grchestra directed by Miss Schweitzer
The Choir directed by Mr. Grender
MiD-YEA1Q GRADUATING ciziss
fifmdemq my seam
Name to be engraved on Girl Reserve Character Cup as
the outstanding senior girl in the Girl Reserve Club.
Cash Award for excellence in Mathematics.
Student Senate Cash Award ot 32.00 and Citizenship
Cash Award for excellence in French.
Cash Award of 55.00 tor excellence in Commercial
Cannavino Trophy awarded by Quarterback Club on toot-
ball ability, sportsmanship, scholarship, and character.
Bausch and Lamb Medal awarded tor excellence in math
Cash Award ot 555.00 tor excellence in United States History
presented by the Presque Isle Chapter of the Daughters of
the American Revolution.
Senate, Class Play.
Twirling, Class Day, Class Play.
BRETZ, SHIRLEY MAE
Monitor, National Honor Society, Orchestra,
Choir, Girl Reserves, Class Play, President
-Choir, Secretary-National Honor
DEANER, EDNA MAE
Monitor, Prom Committee, Class Play.
EMLING, MARY ANN
Drum Corps, Gym Monitor, Class Play.
Band, Orchestra, Swingsters, Intramural
Basketball, Vice President-Band, Treas-
urer - Orchestra, Captain - Intramural
Baseball, Senate, Football, Basketball,
Monitor, Class President.
Monitor, Band Twirler, Class Play Com-
Monitor, Drum Corps, Secretary-Drum
Senate, Track, Basketball, Cheerleaders,
President, Vice PresidentkSenate.
Monitor, Class Speaker, Class Play.
Senate, Glee Club, Commencement
Speaker, TreasurereSenate, Treasurer-Q
Class, Presidente-National Honor Society,
Girls Chorus, Senate, Choir, Girl Re-
servers, National Honor Society, Co-Chair-
man of Prom, Commencement Speaker,
Class Play, Vice President-Class, Home
Football, Track, Basketball.
Twirler, Senate, Girl Reserves, Office
Monitor, Co-Chairman-Class Party.
Monitor, Academe Staff.
IACKSON, MARY ANN
Girls Chorus, Band Twirler, Vice President
Star, Class Play, National Honor Society,
Commencement Speaker, Chairmane-Class
Banquet, Toastmaster-Class Banquet, Vice
President-Class, Star Business Manager,
Monitor, Movie Monitor.
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KUIVENEN, ALICE PATTERSON, WANDA
Girls Chorus, Choir, Orchestra, Librarian Girls Chorus.
LANG, SHIRLEY POLK, CLARINE
Library Staff, Mimeo Shop, Girl Reserves. MOUHOF, Girl RGSSFVGS-
LEPICN ANN REISENAUER, AUDREY T
National Honor Society, Co-Chairman Class
Day, Co-Chairman-Star Dance, Class
Play, Star, Girl Reserves, Secretary-Girl
Reserves, President-Girl Reserves, Treas-
urer-Class, SecretaryeClass. SCHLINDWEIN FRANCES
Girl Reserves, Prom Comm'tt , Cl
LINN, NORMA Pafiycommiiiees. lee GSS
Basketball, Girl Reserves, Cheerleading,
Monitor, Movie Monitor, Girls Chorus,
A Capella Choir.
LOCASTRO, LEONARD Orchestra, Monitor, Girl Reserves, Senate.
LOZIER, MILDRED SKINXN-EF' ANN G. ,R
National Honor Society. IC Ory Orp' lr GSGTVSS'
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PresidentiHomeroom, Page EditorGStar. Feasurer rum Orps
MARTIN, ROSE MARIE SMITH, ELLEN
Senate, Star, Girl Reserves, Student Di- Glfl Reserves-
rector of Class Play, National Honor
Society, Commencement Speaker, Presi-
dent-Homeroom, Secretary-Class, Sen- SMITH, FLORENCE
atm., Vice president-National Honor Basketball, Baseball, Bowling, Tennis, Prom
Society, Editor-in-Chief-Star, Committee, Cap and Gown Committee,
Captain-Basketball and Baseball.
Mimeo Shop, Girl Reserves, National Honor STEINER, DALE
SOC1efYfSeCfetdfYkC16SS- Monitor, Basketball, Baseball, Swimming,
Tumbling, Class Play, Vice President-
MCLAUGHLIN, IEANNE Class.
Drum Corps, Girl Reserves, Senate, Office
Monitor, Co-Chairman-Class Banquet,
Banquet Speaker, Prom Chairman, Prom TINTI, IEAN
Attendant, Monitor, Girl Reserves, Senate, Executive
Football, Track, Basketball, Baseball, WETSCHEL MARGARET
Momtor' Class Play' Library Staff, Mimeo Shop.
Cheerleading, Girl Reserves. YEAGER, JAMES
National Honor Society, Commencement
NAUGLE, RONALD Speaker, Co-Chairman-Prom, President-
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Name - Nickname - Birthday - Description - Aim - Pet Peeve
Adam, Virginia-Ginny-March 26, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-old maid-men.
Almquist, Inezflney-lune 5, l928-brown hair,
brown eyes-private secretary-conceiied people.
Altenberger, Helenglzena-November ll, 1927-brown
brown eyes-stenographer-people who swear.
Anderson, Dolores-Dee'-August 17, 1928-brown hair,
Anderson, JackfAncly-December l6, l927-blonde
blue eyesvminister-no peeve.
Anderson, Jeanne-EstherfApril 29, l928-light brown
blue eyesecollege graduate-'29 Nash.
Anderson, Marjoriewlvlarge-December 29, 1927-
auburn hair, hazel eyes-popular singer-Doroihy's
Babe, Robert-lacksoneluly 18, 1928-brown hair, blue
Baldwin, Frank-Baldy-May 29, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyesfcertified public accountant-women.
Bastow, Shirley-Shirl-March 3l, l928-brown ha ir
hazel eyes-secretary-ankle socks and high heels.
Baughman, Dorothy-Doi-October IO, 1928-brown
hazel eyesilearning io drive-rnoustaches.
Richard-Buckeye-September 9, 1928+broWn
grey eyes-artist-silly women.
Ruth-Ruihy-October 13, l928alight brown
brown eyes-stenographer-conceiied people.
William-Chief-December l, 1927-brown
brown eyes-publisher-Tribune staff members.
Berarducci, Eleanor-Al-December 25, 1927-clark
brown hair, brown eyes-travel-boys who brag.
Betzold, Marjorie-elviargie-May 2l, 1928-brown hair,
green eyes-learning to drive-sissified boys.
Bitting, Richard-Dick-lanuary 6, 1929wbloncle hair,
blue eyes-artist-Don Kuntz.
Blackmond, Edna Mae-Ernmie Mae-August 19, 1928
-blonde hair, brown eyes-competent secretary-
Blackmore, Janet-lannie-1 une 30, 1928+brown hair,
brown eyes-social workere-clashy clothes.
Blake, RobertKBob-lune 21, 1928-dark brown hair,
Blum, Roberta-BlummykDecember 18, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyesicollege graduate-student teachers.
Boga, Edward-Ed-December 20, l928abrown hair,
Bolla, Dolores-Blondie-luly 10, 1928--blonde hair,
blue eyes-to make Bob happy-rainy weather.
Brader, Mary Louise-Louie-September 16, 1927-
dark brown hair, brown eyes-to eat my supper on time
-girls who dye their hair.
Bradley, Noel-CookiewMay 5, 1928iblack hair, brown
Breault, David-Dave-luly 15, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-engineering-people who have to get to
Brown, Janet-lan-lune 19, 1928Abrown hair, brown
Burgess, Terry-Suicide-March 17, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-retiring-silly wornen.
Buto, Joseph-O'tub-May 20, 1928-black hair, green
eyes-to finish school-worms.
Cain, F1orencehF1ossie-September 4, 1928-brown
hair, hazel eyesecollege-being called "Flopp."
Cairns, Carolyn-Carieglanuary 11, 1928-light brown
hair, blue eyes-college-caught in the rain without
a rain coat.
Calafato, Steve-Kelly-October 28, 1927-black hair,
brown eyes-finish schoolqwomen.
Carlson, MarjoriegButch-November ll, 1928-1ight
brown hair, blue eyes-to traveleshoveling snow.
Carr, Marjorie-Margie-August 3, 1928ebrown hair,
brown eyes-work until I'm twenty-one and sleep the
rest of my lite-A-soap in my eyes.
Carrig, Robert+Bob-February 10, 1928ab1onde hair,
Cauley, Mary Ann-Blondie-August 13, 1928-fblonde
hair, blue eyes-nurse--cold mornings.
Christie, Dorisglainkflflecember 11, 1928fbrown hair,
green eyesfatextile designer-+1ong fingernails.
Church, Kathleen+KayiDecember 13, 1928i brown
hair, green eyes-beauticianfpeop1e that brag.
Cimino, Amelia-Amy-April 29, 1928fbrown hair,
brown eyes-song writer-unfriendly people.
Cipriani, LawrenceaSchnozz-lanuary 23, 1928-
brown hair, brown eyes-Cheese Club president-
Coffman, Mary Janeflanie-November 16, 1928w
brown hair, brown eyesfworkatoo many things to do
Cohen, Pear1+Pearly-September 30, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyeskto be we11 liked by othersscookie
Cokefair, Lucette-Lou-February 17, 1929-blonde
hair, brown eyes-to travelfconceited boys.
Cooper, Robert-Red-December 5, 1928ared hair,
blue eyes-to retire-dogpatch make-up.
Coudriet, Jane-Honey-January 5, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-bookkeeper-getting up in the morning.
Coyne, Thomas-Tee-February 14, 1928-brown hair,
hazel eyesato stay youngf--fcarrots.
Cramer, Althea Mae-Shorty-February 22, 1928-fe
brown hair, brown eyes-nurse-rainy days.
Dalton, Dolores-DodiefApril 21, 1928wbrown hair,
Davis, Mary Janeglaney-October 8, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-college graduate-cookie clusters.
Dean, Alice-Beth-November 2O, 1928-brown hair,
hazel eyes-graduate--Don Thaler.
DeDad, Camilla-DollyeSepien'1ber 2, 1928fbrown
hair, hazel eyesffgraduaie-Vchatierboxes.
DeMarco, Robert-Gfoonil-lugust 31, l927+brown
hair, brown eyes-graduate-school.
Desser, Mary Ann-NanniefSepiernber 24, 192 7-
brown hair, blue eyes-ecollegef early rising.
Devlin, Alice-Skip-August 3, l928eeblonde hair, blue
Douglas, Marilyn+Douggie-Cciober 3, 1928-Clark
brown hair, green eyes-psychologist, singer-peroX-
Driscoll, Nancy-lrish-February 8, 1928-black hair,
blue eyesenavy nurse-erainy olays.
Dudenhoeffer, Marian-'l'oughiefNoVei'nber 28, 1928
-brown hair, brown eyes-secretary-damp weather.
Dudley, Jean-Dud-lune 19, l928ebrown hair, brown
eyesenurse-high heels and bobby socks.
Dunnihoo, Dale-Rusty-lune 8, l928eblonde hair,
blue eyesgairline piloiktoo much make-up.
Dytche, Robert-Bobby-lune 20, 1928-black hair,
brown eyes-garbage collector-girls with sloppy
Edder, Isabelle-lssie-February 14, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-manager of Loblaw store-socks with
Eichenlaub, Joan--Eickefllugust 16, l928ebrown
hair, brown eyes-Aecornrnercial artist-early rising.
Engel, Margaret Jeanaleanie---eluly 19, l928fdarlc
brown hair, brown eyes-teaohereteen-age smokers.
Felix, Caro1fKeit'l-lanuary 28, 1929-brown hair,
blue eyes-9-bookkeeper-boy scouts.
Ferik, Jolanta-lo-January 6, 1928-brown hair, brown
eyes-dancing teacherm-rude boys.
Ferraro, Gilda-A1111-December 6, 1928kblack hair,
brown eyes-dress designer9kids who think they're
better than others.
Finnell, Cleva Jean-Redelvlarch 18, l928ered hair,
brown eyesiofiice workerfgetting up in the morning.
Finney, Richard-Fin-lanuary 29, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes - mechanical engineer - independent
Fisher, William-HamboneffAugust 1, 192899 brown
hair, blue eyeseto be a manvgirls.
F osco, Hohn-Dee-December 16, 1928-brown hair,
green eyesvmechanic-pancake make-up.
F osco, SusanaSusie--December 6, 1927--brown hair,
blue eyes-clerk or otfice workervgetting up in the
Fox, Ada Lou-Louie-August 8, 1929fblonde hair,
green eyes-florist-girls with too much make-up.
Foy, MaxinefMaXie-March 11, 1928ibrown hair,
brown eyesfNurse9conCeited people.
F racassi, Albert-Little A1fMay 30, 1928kbrown hair,
brown eyes-collegeftoo much make-up.
Franz, Helene-Sis-March 20, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyesftypistethe way the girls walk.
Franz, Lois-Lo-September 25, 1928+brown hair,
Friedrichs, Francis-shorty-lune 12, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-to retire at 21-too much make-up.
F romnecht, Shir1ey+ShirlvaMay 18, 1928-reddish
blonde hair, blue eyes-housewife-people.
Fuhrman, Vivian-Lightning--November 18, 1928-
auburn hair, green eyes-chemical engineer-com
Ganzer, Joan-linx-May 19, 1928-light brown hair,
blue eyesfteacher-stripes with plaids.
Giek, Jean-Ginck-lanuary 22, l929+-light brown hair,
blue eyes-secretaryKsocks with pumps.
Gietl, Kathrynkliay-lanuary 26, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-commercial work-bobby socks with
Glass, RichardHPete-October 28, 1928-blonde hair,
Gleichsner, James-Frenchy-lanuary 30, l929i
brown hair, hazel eyes-sing like Sinatra-tell tale
Graham, Joanxloany-February 9, 1929---light brown
hair, blue eyese-commercial artist-cracking gum.
Gray, Edwin-Blackie-November 25, 1927-black hair,
brown eyes-collegektoo much make-up.
Greene, Shirlee-Smorqy-April 24, 1928-brown hair,
green eyes-travel around the world with Becky+
Greene, Thomas-G-re-eniewNovember 9, l927-brown
hair, blue eyesnmachinist-independent men.
Guido, Antoinette-Angi-lune 4, 1928-black hair,
brown eyes-housewife-sissy boys.
Guss, Anna-Pat-March 22, 1928-black hair, brown
eyes-private secretary-high heels with socks.
Haise, Ar1eneHBrownie-April 12, 1928-brown hair,
Hammond, Evelyn-Evie-March lO, l929fbrown
hair, hazel eyes-travel-oonceiiecl people.
Hannah, Carol-Care-lanuary IO, 1929-brown hair,
hazel eyes-designermunfriendly people.
Hart, Maryann-Red-April 29, 1929-auburn hair,
blue eyes-see New York-conceited fellows.
Hartman, Russell-Russ-November 9, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-draftsman-English.
Haskins, Nancy-Nance-May 8, 1928-reddish brown
hair, green eyeshsecretarywno mail.
Hassler, Betty-Boots-January 13, 1929-brown hair,
blue eyes-to travel-conceited boys.
Heberle, Doris-Deek-October 28, 1928-dark brown
hair, hazel eyes-to be successful-late arrivals.
Heberlein, Irene-Hebbie-August 15, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-nurse-rocking chairs.
Heckman, Audrey-Mike-May 30, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-designer-hearing things repeated.
Hilbert, Ricl'1arcl+Dickv1une 28, 1928ffbrown hair,
brown eyeswstay out of armykitchy pants.
Hill, Ronald-Lefty-October 28, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-army of occupationesloppy girls.
Hill, Warren-Pook-December 31, 1928-brown hair,
hazel eyes-no ambitionxnagging girls.
Hinspeter, Mary-Heinsy-March 17, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-to travel-long hair.
Honard, Harry-Pee Wee-November 29, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-army of occupation-women.
Houck, Jeannine-Ieannie-October 8, l928+brown
hair, blue eyes-laboratory technicianwpeople that
call me Gwendolyn.
Hoyt, Charles-Junior-December 25, 1928-light
brown hair, green eyes-army of occupation-women.
Isl-xowitz, MildredHMickey-October ll, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-bookkeeper-rolled up pants.
James, Marie-Munya-August 30, 1926-black hair,
dark brown eyes-private secretary-conceited
Jaynes, Edward-Ed-September 12, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-research chemist-short people.
Jechna, Clara-Jackie-April 12, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-marriages-student teachers.
Jensen, Donald-Don-March 16, l928+b1onde hair,
Jensen, DorothykDot-March 16, 1928-light brown
hair, hazel eyes-personal secretary,-big timers.
Jensen, Jacqueline-lackie-lanuary 22, 1928-brown
hair, gray eyes-housewife-no mail.
Jepson, Betty-Bets-lune 13, 1928-blonde hair, blue
Johnson, Charles-Chas-April 15, l928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-no ambition-things and stuff.
Johnson, Lois-lohnnie-lanuary 10, 1928-blonde hair,
green eyes---commercial teacher-homework.
Jordan, Patricia-Pate-AMarch 5, 1927-brown hair,
gray-green eyesiphotographer-getting up early.
Jordan, Robert-lokluly 13, 1928-black hair, brown
Jusczak, Helen-Butch--August 1, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-secretary-raisins and wood.
Kajencki, Louise-Lou-March l, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-nurse-flashy suspenders.
Kaverman, Robert-Bob-luly 16, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-accountant-conceited girls.
Keane, Carol-Blondie-May 28, l928Wbloncle hair,
blue eyes-college-boys who don't dance.
Kelley, Jean-Ginger--luly 30, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-stenographer-people who tease me.
Kennedy, Claire-Kenny-November 24, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-nurse-homework.
Kerr, Mary Louise-Mary Lou-February 22, 1928-
blonde hair, blue eyess-sienographer-homework.
Kimmel, F rances-Fran-December 25, 1928,-reddish
brown hair, green eyes-to enter the University of
Kinnear, Catherine Jean-Kay-April l, 1927-light
brown hair, green eyes-housewife-Amy younger
Kirkpatrick, Audrey-Aucl-October 9, l928fblonde
hair, green eyes-stenographerastubborn people.
Koenig, Edwardelild-elune 25, l928fbrown hair,
hazel eyesfaeronautics-girls' sloppy shoes.
Konzel, Mary-AMarevlune 27, l928e'blonde hair,
green eyesastenographer-envious people.
Krantz, Eleanor-Krantize-December 20, l927--
blonde hair, blue eyesastenographer-people who
call me Gravel Gertie.
Krueger, Irwinfl. Caluly l9, l928-9 brown hair,
brown eyes-esuccessfEnglish compositions.
Kubiak, Mary AnnYCookievMarch 25, 1928-blonde
hair, blue eyes-laboratory technician-rainy days.
Kubinski, Helen Jeanfl-Iel'c-April 20, 1927- ,blonde
hair, blue eyesfafstenographereenvious people.
Kugel, Peggy Suewliugie-August 29, l928-brown
hair, brown eyes-pianist-forgetting names.
Kuntz, Donald-f KoontzeMarch 29, l928eblonde hair,
brown eyesano ambition-big timers.
LaFontaine, Howard-WhityeNovernber 6, 1928--light
brown hair, green eyesAno arnbitiongflat tires at night.
Laird, Phil-Flip-flvlay 23, 1928-brown hair, blue eyes
-first class burn-babies crying in movies.
Lazarus, Shir1eykShirl-October 7, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-radio singer-unbalanced activities.
Leatherwood, Catherine-Cat-lune 8, l928-black
hair, brown eyes-to travel-nicknames.
Lehner, Mary Ann-Marevllecernber 10, 1928--'brown
hair, brown eyesftypistewriting essays.
Lemon, Mi1fordfBud-December 13, l928--brown
hair, blue eyes-anything easy-English teachers.
Lindsey, Kathryn-Kitty-November 20, l928abrown
hair, blue eyes-kairplane stewardessfcrew-cuts.
Letterio, Vincent-Iimmy-March 24, 1928-black hair,
hazel eyesvno ambition-women.
Lichtinger, Ronald-Roni-October 16, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-no ambition-girls dancing to-
Longnecker, Jackelazz-luly 6, l929eblack hair,
brown eyes-college and music-arguing women.
Longo, Frank-Frank-September 16, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-to be a successghomework.
Maffett, J eannewShorty-October 6, 1928-dark brown
hair, hazel eyesvdesigner-crew cuts.
Mahoney, Thomasehggs-April 27, 1928Ybrownish
red hair, blue eyeseto beat the draft boarc1vEnglish
Malaszek, Irene-Rena-November 16, 1927-brown
hair, blue eyes-stenographer-writing letters.
Maley, LawrencefBob-April 6, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-to be a successelinglish classes.
Malthaner, Mary Ann-Mergen-March 21, 1929-
brown hair, hazel eyes-secretary+going places alone.
Mando, VirginiafGinny-December 26, l928+black
hair, brown eyesedancer-girls smoking.
Markiewicz, Eleanoreflillklviay 21, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-secretary-rainy weather.
Markiewicz, Joseph+Red-April 21, l928Wblonde hair,
brown eyeseto be a success-art class.
Marthinsen, RobertkBobm1une 5, 1928kbrown hair,
brown eyeseno ambition-nosey people.
Martinez, Mary-Mexican-December 8, 1928Fb1ack
hair, brown eyes-beautician-big timers.
Mchndrews, Jameselim-April 24, 1928-brown hair,
green eyes e certified public accountant - loud
McCarthy, Donna-Irish-November 1, 1928-blonde
hair, blue eyes-Occupational Therapist-crew cuts.
McCullough, Margaret-Peg-October 3, 1928-brown
hair, blue eyes-private secretaryesloppy clothes.
McCullough, Marjorie-Margie-Mlune 15, l928vbrown
hair, brown eyes-bookkeeper'-carrots.
McDonald, Kathryn Joan-lo-November 30, 1928-
brown hair, blue eyesfstenographer-crew cuts.
McLaughlin, Jeanne-leannie-lanuary 24, 1929f
blonde hair, blue eyes-beauticianv-girls smoking.
McNamara, Kath1eenwMacKFebruary 21, 1929e
brown hair, blue eyes-college-essays.
Miller, Barbara'--ButcheNovember 27, 1927flight
brown hair, blue eyesisecretary-girls smoking.
Miller, Peggy-Peg+August 11, 1929-blonde hair, blue
Mittner, Bettyfbettsealanuary 12, 1927ebrown hair,
blue eyes-house wife-people who talk out of line.
Monkowski, Marie-Butch-March 18, 1928-brown
hair, hazel eyeskdietician-Spanish tests.
Musolf, Rolande--fMoe-fMay 28, 1928-brown hair,
Na9Y. William-Bill-September 23, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-to become a great manegirls.
Nealing, JanegDragon Lady-lanuary 20, 1929-black
hair, green eyesera life of ease-AS day.
Nichols, June-lunebug-March 9, 1929elight brown
hair, blue eyes-secretary-calling farmers ignorant.
O'Connor, Jack-lack-May 8, 1928-brown hair, blue
eyesv-to be a bum-women drivers.
Olgin, E1izabethiSouth-PaweMay 17, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-happinessesatin shirts on boys.
O11-sen, Leonard-Lennyhlvlay 12, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-B. T. O.-Crabby women.
Olsen, Joyce-loy-May 25, 1927-brown hair, hazel
eyes-play in Carnegie Hall-people who don't like
their pictures taken.
Ottaway, Alice-Allie-May-March 17, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-secretary-unfinished sentences.
Parker, Wilbert-Willy-luly 29, 1929-brown hair,
brown eyeskgraduate-loud girls.
Passmore, MariannefSiskApril 21, 1928-ebrown hair,
brown eyesghappiness-people who are late.
Paster, Dorothy-Dotty-lune 25, 1928-dark brown
hair, hazel eyes-stenographersboys following me
home at night.
Patchen, Yvonne-Vonnie-lune 12, l928flight brown
hair, blue-green eyes-journalists-cigar smokers.
Pellican, MinniewMin-lanuary 12, 1929-brown hair,
hazel eyes-journalistwwaiting for people.
Peters, Dolores-ffDee Deefluly 15, 1927-Y red hair, blue
eyesfprivate secretaryiwaiting for people.
Peters, Shir1eyePete's-November 2, l928sblack hair,
brown eyesvnurse-late dates.
Peterson, Helen-Pete-December 8, 1927-blonde
hair, green eyes-stenographer-clodhoppers in
Pfirman, Wesley-Wes-lanuary 5, 1928-blonde hair,
green eyes-army of occupation-girls.
Pinto, Betty-Bet-December l, l928gdark brown hair,
blue eyesgstenographerswriting critical composi-
Pitetti, Evelynflilvie-October 20, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-stenographer-writing editorials.
Popowski, Helen-Shorty-luly 2, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-stenographer-conceited boys.
Posterli, Elrnavr-Elsflanuary 14, l928fdark brown hair,
brown eyessown a storesconceited boys.
Postlethwait, Jamesglirn-lune 9, l928Ablonde hair,
blue eyes-lawyer-women drivers.
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Pulling, Richard-Dick-September 19, 1928-blonde
hair, blue eyeseengineer-homework.
Radomski, Genevieve-1eaneNovember 8, 19273
blonde hair, green eyes-interior decorator--con
Radov, Clarene-Clare-Ianuary 19, 1929-black hair,
brown eyesfcollege-people who think too much of
Ramandanes, William-Bill-lune 27, l928fbrown
hair, brown eyes-architect-women drivers.
Raupers, Pau1fFuzzyM-February 1, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-army occupation-women drivers.
Ray, James-lime-November 8, 1928abrown hair,
Rehm, Joyce+Doi DoifSeptember 7, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyesestenographereboys that are always
Restifo, Mariogpaul-May 19, l928ablack hair, brown
eyes-to be like C. C. R.-B. T. Ofs.
Rhineberger, Glenna-Butch-April 15, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyesgtypist-getting out of homework.
Rhodes, William-Bill-September 3, 1928+brown
hair, blue eyes-teacher-women drivers.
Richardson, SuzanneaSnozaOctober 9, 1928ablonde
hair, blue eyes-designer-noses.
Roberts, Betty-Frenchie-luly 24, 1928-light brown
hair, blue eyesgdesigner-crew cuts.
Robertson, Shirley-Shirl-December 26, 1928-alight
brown hair, blue eyesesecretary-eboys who go to
dances and don't dance.
Rogers, Neal-losh-April 10, 1928-blonde hair, hazel
Roschy, Jean-klil-February 15, 1928-brown hair,
green eyes-stenographer-straight hair after swim-
Roth, Shir1eyYShirl-October 26, 1928-light brown
hair, green eyes-secretary-getting up in the morning.
Rounds, Margery-MargieeOctober 28, 1927w'brown
hair, brown eyes-welfare work-crew cuts.
Rubner, Richard-Dick-lanuary 14, 1928-black hair,
brown eyes-to be a man-girls.
Rudolph, Norrnan-Norm-Novernber 12, 1928-blonde
hair, blue eyes-college---"S" night.
Ryan, Marcella-MarcyeMay 31, 1928fbrown hair,
hazel eyes-nurse-big time operators.
Ryan, Mary Ann-Topsyelvlay 20, l928fbrown hair,
green eyes-office worke-people who don't speak if
they know you.
Salvia, Francesf' Frannie-August 4, 1928eblaCk hair,
brown eyes-journalisteconceited people.
Sansone, J0sepheHumphreyeFebruary 6, 1928-black
hair, brown eyesisolve the Axe-Murder Hollow
mystery-B. T. Ofs.
Scepura, Teresa' Skip-August 5, 1928 blonde hair,
hazel eyes-fofiice workorf oarly rising.
Schaaf, Mary Louise-Pumpkin--lune 22, l927fa brown
hair, brown eyes-stenographer-people who know
you and don't speak.
Schilling, BarbaraefBarb--April 23, l928f-brown hair,
brown eyes-nursevpeople who are late.
Schmitt, OscareOtty-April 2, l928ebrown hair, blue
Schonthaler, Jean-eSlirn-lune 13, 1928wbrown hair,
brown eyesesecretary-conceited fellows.
Schriefer, Grace-Gracie-February 7, 1929--brown
hair, green eyes-stenographer-teasing.
Scott, Lois-ScottieaSepte1nber 2, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyes-see the world in "Bessie"erny brother.
Scully, TheresaeTerryf March 8, 1928-light brown
hair, blue eyes-secretaryf red headed boys.
Seblom, Janice-lan-October 27, l928vbrown hair,
brown eyes-secretary-people who are late.
Seiders, Barbara-Barb-May 5, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyesvbuyerawhen I can't remember names.
Seiter, James-Cur1eyeFebruary 15, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyeswanimal husbandry-Clarence Trot.
Shaw, Autumn Marie-Princess-April 18, 1928-light
brown hair, blue eyes-a teacher ot the deal-con
Shields, JoanfloanieYApril 12, 1928abrown hair,
brown eyes-nurse-people who tease me when 1'm
Shouie, Leta June-Shouief-luly 2, 1927abrown hair,
Silvaggi, TheresafTerry-August 8, 1928eefbrown hair,
brown eyes-beauty operator-conceited boys.
Sisley, Lillian-Lilly-luly 31, 1928fb1onde hair, blue
eyes-stenographerato be teased about blushing.
Smeltzer, Irma JoanfSmel1ie-eApri1 1, 1929--light
brown hair, blue eyesnstenoqrapherafgirls that are
Smith, Alice-Smitty-November 4, 1928-Abrown hair,
blue eyes-stenographer-tat sailors.
Smith, Carolf- SmittyaDecember 25, 1928a brown hair,
brown eyes-'private seoretaryf Fergy.
Smith, Hubert-Smittyelfebruary 16, 1929-brown
hair, brown eyes-tool makerfDot Rhodes.
Sokoloski, Aleda-SkippykSeptember 25, 1928-light
brown hair, hazel eyes-stenoqrapher-Red blowing
in my ear. .
Sopp, Norma JeanfSallyfDecember 26, l928abrown
hair, brown eyesamerchandising-anyone without a
sense ot humor.
Southard, Francesalfran-lune 28, 1928fdark brown
hair, brown eyeswsecretary--oral reports.
Southworth, Donnafleep--1-October 2, 1927-brown
hair, brown eyesfhair olresserftalkative people.
Spaeder, J. Carneyfloe--May 5, 1928ebrown hair,
hazel eyes-medical schoolvgirls who keep me
Stadler, Marj orie-Sis-1 une 28, 1928-blonde hair,
blue eyesksecretary--people who don't keep promises.
Stadler, Paul-Sweetpeaflanuary 17, 1928-brown
hair, brown eyes-rnachinistenecking.
Starks, Howard-HowieeMarch 1, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-music-my car.
Storaci, Dolores-wDee-fNovember 7, 1929flight brown
hair, blue eyes-private secretary-conceiied people.
Straub, Dorothy-Doi-Iuly 11, 1928eauburn hair,
brown eyes-secretary-B. T. O.'s.
Strock, Margaret-Pegeluly 5, 1928--brown hair,
brown eyesegraduaieee haircuts.
Swain, Ruth-BoopyfNovember 22, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-secretaryfsailors with a girl in every
Szymula, C1araeaSclargefa November 18, 1928f brown
hair, brown eyese private secretaryf being called
Teel, Beatrice-Betty-September 19, 1927-brown hair,
brown eyes-secretary-B. T. Ofs.
Tobias, Harvey--fToby-'March 18, 1929- clark brown
hair, brown eyes-e cartoonistff- conceiled brunottos.
Toland, Sylvia-SlivereFebruary 13, 1928-brown hair,
green eyes-beautician-arguing with 1-larborcreek
Tonelli, Josephfloeeflctober 10, 1928f'dark brown
hair, brown eyesf business mane--women drivors.
Trohoske, JohnfTrokefaluly 1, 1928effblack hair, brown
Trot, Clarence-Shor'fyfApril 12, 1928kbrown hair,
brown eyes-look like lohn TrohoskeeSweetpea
Tylkoski, Theresa- Tillief- lanuary 16, 1928 blonde
hair, blue eyes-eestenographere' 'boys who brag.
Ubersax, Jack-lake-May 10, 1928-dark brown hair,
green eyesisuccessegirls who can't sit sti11.
Uhlman, MaryaMary-May 25, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-stenographer-new styles.
Uplinger, Junia Etta-Uppyillecember 25, l928-
light brown hair, blue eyes?-veterinarian-smirks
instead of smiles.
Velvet, Lorettawlaorry-December 22, l927-brown
hair, blue eyes-stenographervuncooperative people.
Vitelli, Silvin-Charliefluly 4, l928-fafdark brown hair,
brown eyes-collegefbottle blondes.
Wagner, Dolores Jane-Wag--'April 29, l928-dark
brown hair, brown eyesefsecretaryfconceited boys
Wagner, Shir1eyfShirl---April 28, l928fH brown hair,
blue eyesvbeauty operatorfbig time operators.
Walker, GordoniGorclie-lune 1, 1928-brown hair,
blue eyes-forestry engineerehomework.
Ward, WilliameBill Williefalune l9, l928f brown hair,
blue eyesato be some help to my fellow manf
Wardenga, Eleanore-EliaFebruary 16, l928-brown
hair, blue eyes-research laboratory technician-
boys' bow ties.
Waskiewicz, Loretta- r Lalaf March 14, l928f' brown
hair, green eyesgstenographergconceitecl people.
Watcherson, Lois-Shorty-September 8, l927gbrown
hair, blue eyes-be-auticianvconceited boys.
Welker, Diane-Corkey-April l, 1928--blonde hair,
Welz, Gustave-Gus-lune 27, l928e-brown hair, hazel
Weyand, Jean--Speedie-Qctober 30, l927-light
brown hair, green eyes-flyingfpeople who keep
calling me short.
Willert, Emi1iafEmme--'September lO, l928eblonde
hair, blue eyesenursingepeople who call me Emily.
Williams, Edward-EdfMay 23, l928wbrown hair,
Williamson, Ruth-Billson-March 28, 1928-light
brown hair, brown eyes'-housewife-moustaches.
Winkoski, Teresa'Winnie-February 3, 1928-brown
hair, hazel eyes-office clerk-pumps and anklets.
Wright, Frances-Fodewlanuary 17, 1928-brown hair,
hazel eyes-fashion illustratorepumps and socks.
Yocom, Violet-SisaApril 21, 1928-brown hair, blue
Young, Paul-lssymo-February 9, 1929ablack hair,
brown eyes- successe-school.
Marie-HoneyfSeptember 17, 1928-
brown hair, brown eyes-private secretary-conceited
Yushkiewicz, Salome-Sally-February 23, 1928elight
brown hair, blue eyesf-success-conceitecl people.
Zielinski, Dolores--Blondiekllpril 3, 1928-blonde
hair, hazel eyes-bookkeeper-eateachers giving me
homework the night I go out.
Zimmerman, Donna-Zim-February 28, 1928--brown
hair, brown eyesn-nurse-people who think they are
better than others.
Kavcsak, Kathrynaliay-November 25, 1928--leaners
-lots of money.
Rystogi, Barbara-Barb-November 21, 1928-brown
hair, green eyes-fashion designer-having to wear a
Hunter, Edward-eEd-luly 18, 1927-blonde hair, blue
eyes-construction engineer-women drivers.
Berger, Eugene-Gene-luly 26, 1927-brown hair,
blue eyes-journalist-Mr. Kelly.
Harf, Walter-1-larfygDecernber 28, 1928-brown hair,
brown eyes-business administration-dull ties.
Kinnear, Catherine Jean
Monitor, Red Cross Representative.
Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, Choir, Foot-
Girl Reserves, Monitor, Junior Historical
Society, Laboratory Assistant, Secretary of
Swimming, Water Polo, Academe.
Monitor, Mimeo Shop, Girl Reserves.
Senior Girls' Chorus, Monitor.
BERARDUCCJ, ELEAN OR
Student Senate, Choir, Debating, Glee
Club, President of Senate, President of Glee
Girls' Chorus, Girl Reserves, Prom Com-
mittee, Academe Financial Staff, Mimeo
BLACKMOND, EDNA MAE
Girl Reserves, Academe, Office Monitor,
Girls' Chorus, Prom Committee, Monitor,
Publicity Committee ot Class Play.
Academe, Orchestra, Girl Reserves, Presi-
Monitor, Star Representative, Stamp and
Orchestra, Choir, Track, Cross-Country,
Co-Chairman of Prom, Senate, Hi-Y.
Drum Corps, Academe Staff, Girl Reserves.
BRADER, MARY LOUISE
Girl Reserves, Monitor.
Basketball, Football, Track.
Basketball, Golf, Monitor.
Drum Corps, Star Staff, Girl Reserves,
National Honor Society, Editor-Star, Ser-
vice Chairman-Girl Reserves.
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Monitor.
I I I
Football, Wrestling, Track, Treasurer-IO
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Movie Monitor,
Drum Corps, Star Staff, Academe Financial
Staff, Girl Reserves, Ir. Historical Society,
SecretaryGIr. Historical Society.
Senate, Monitor, Drum Corps, Girl Re-
Girls' Chorus, Star Staff, Girl Reserves.
Football, Basketball, Track, Monitor, Glee
Club, National Athletic Scholarship Society.
CON LEY, MARY ANN
Drum Corps, Academe Staff, Girl Reserves.
Football, Basketball, Track, Glee Club,
Vice President-Glee Club, Vice President
-lOth Grade Class.
Choir, Academe Staff, Girl Reserves, Ir.
Historical Society, Class Play Committee,
Monitor, Drum Corps, Girl Reserves.
DAVIS, MARY IANE
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Academe Staff,
National Honor Society, Program Chairman
gGir1 Reserves, Secretary+National Honor
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Office Monitor,
Drum Corps, Senator.
Football, Basketball, Track, Monitor, Glee
Club, TreasurerfGlee Club.
DESSER, MARY ANN
Chemical Laboratory Assistant, Prom Com-
mittee, Girl Reserves, President-is-Home
Office Monitor, Mimeo Shop, Girl Re-
serves, Prom Committee, Star Representa-
DUDLEY, I EAN
DUN NIHOO, DALE
Glee Club, Choir, Track.
Monitor, Drum Corps, Girl Reserves, Stamp
and Bond Chairman.
Girls' Chorus, Secretary, Treasurer-Home
Monitor, Senator, Red Cross Chairman,
Vice Presidentel-lome Room.
Orchestra, Girl Reserves, President and
Secretaryf -eGirl Reserves.
Drum Corps, Girls' Chorus, Girl Reserves.
I. V. Football.
FOX, ADA LOU
Monitor, Ir. Red Cross, Secretary-Ir. Red
Office Monitor, Girls' Chorus, Vice Presi-
Girls' Chorus, Choir, Drum Corps.
GANZER, I OAN
Monitor, Debating Club, TreasurerwDe-
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus,
Easketball, Monitor, Cross Country, Base-
Track, Cross Country, Student Senate.
Academe, Drum Corps, Office Monitor,
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Class Play Com-
mittee, PresidentkHome Room.
Cross Country, Vice President-Senate,
Marching Unit, Girl Reserves, Mimeo
Shop, Office Monitor, Star Representative,
Prom Committee, President-Home Room.
Academe, Monitor, Girl Reserves, Girls'
Chorus, Office Monitor, PresidenteGirls'
Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus, Movie Moni-
tor, National Honor Society, President, Vice
Drum Corps, Girls' Chorus, A Capella
Choir, Girl Reserves.
Girls' Chorus, Office Monitor, Presidente
HOYT, CHARLES U
Swimming, Water Polo, Track.
Monitor, Football, Hi-Y.
Monitor, Science Club, Chemical Labora-
Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus, Choir.
Drum Corps, Girls' Chorus, Monitor, Treas
urer---f Drum Corps.
Twirler, Girls' Chorus.
Chorus, Girl Reserves.
I USCZAK, HELEN
KAI ENCKI, LOUISE
Girl Reserves, Ir. Historical Society, Mimeo
Shop, Monitor, Horne Room Treasurer.
Cross Country, Track.
Monitor, Drum Corps,
Girl Reserves, Academe
KELLEY, I EAN
I Monitor, Marching Unit.
KERR, MARY LOU
Monitor, Ottice Monitor, Drum Corps,
Girl Reserves, Star Staff, Red Cross Rep-
resentative, Gym Monitor.
Track, Football, Science Club, National
Honor Society, Senate Parliamentarian.
Drum Corps, Girl Reserves, Monitor.
Cross Country, National Honor Society,
Band, Science Club, I-Ii-Y.
KUBIAK, MARY ANN
Girl Reserves, Ir. Historical Society, Mimeo
Shop, Monitor, Secretary-Home Room.
Star Stait, Senate.
KUGEL, PEGGY SUE
Orchestra, Drum Corps, Girl Reserves,
Band, Swingsters, Stage Crew, Treasurer-
LA FONTAINE, HOWARD
Choir, Senator. .
Gym Monitor, Girls' Chorus, Presidentv
LEHNER, MARY ANN
Monitor, Girl Reserves.
Band, Stage Crew.
Band, Water Polo.
Monitor, Drum Corps, Chorus, Girl Re-
Band, Orchestra, Choir, Swingsters.
MALTI-IANER, MARY ANN
Monitor, Girls' Chorus, Girl Reserves,
Monitor, Band Twirler, Senate, Academe
Statt, LibrarianfBand, Co-Business Man-
Girl Reserves, Drum Corps, Monitor, Sen-
ate, Prom Committee, Treasurer-Girl Re-
serves, PresidentfDrum Corps, Academe
Statt, Mimeo Shop.
Monitor, Girl Reserves, Academe Produc-
tion Statf, Office Monitor, Class Party Com-
mittee, Prom Committee, Star Representa-
tive, Ir. Historical Society.
Drum Corps, Monitor, Girl Reserves, Sec-
Monitor, Prom Committee, Class Party
Committee, Class Play Committee, Vice
Monitor, Academe Statt, Girl Reserves.
Star Staff, Girl Reserves, President-Sen
Monitor, Drum Corps, Prom Committee,
Girl Reserves, Historian-Girl Reserves.
Girls' Chorus, Orchestra, Girl Reserves,
Drum Corps, Chorus, Girl Reserves.
PASSMORE, MARIANN E
Drum Corps, Girl Reserves.
Basketball, Monitor, Mimeo Shop, An
PATCHEN, YVON N E
Academe Staff, Drum Corps, Science Club
PELLICAN, MINN IE
Movie Monitor, Girl Reserves, Class Ex
Monitor, Water Polo, Senate.
Senate, Tennis, Prom Committee, Academe
Staff, National Honor Society, Hi-Y, Presi
dent-llth and l2th Grade.
Movie Monitor, Senator.
Girl Reserves, Monitor.
Football, Track, Glee Club
RAY, I AMES SCHILLING, BARBARA
' 'A""', 1' Monitor, Golf Team ' ' N R ' i' Girl'Reserves,"'Prom Committee. ' '
REI-IM, IOYCE SCHMITT, OSCAR
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Office Monitor. Monitor, Academe Staff, Prom Committee
I-Ii-Y, TreasurerfClass and Senate, Presi
clent--A Senior Class.
Girls' Chorus, Monitor, Office Monitor,
Drum Corps, Choir, Girl Reserves, Vice SCI-IONTI-IALER, IEANNE
Q Presidente----Drum Corps. ' Girl Reserves,
ROBERTS, BETTY SCOTT, LOIS
Girl Reserves. Girls' Chorus, Choir, Monitor, Girl Re
serves, Senate, Drum Corps, Treasurer
Drum Corps and Choir.
Monitor, Girls' Chorus, Mimeo Shop,
Office Monitor. SCULLY, TI-IERESA
Band, Wrestling. SEBLOM, IANICE
Monitor, Mimeo Shop, Office Monitor.
Girls' Chorus, Academe Staff, Girl Re- SEIDERS, BARBARA
SGFVGS, MUTIGO Shop, PTOTH COTf11'UitT9G- Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus, Prom Com
Office Monitor, Mimeo Shop. SHOUEY, LETA JUNE
Office Monitor, Movie Monitor.
Movie Operator. SILVAGGI, THERESA
Monitor, Class Play Committee, Prom Com- SISLEYI LILLLAAN
mittee, Class Party Committee, Hi-Y. Swimming, Library Staff.
RYAN, MARY A-NN SMELTZER, IOAN
05109 MO1'11tOI1 Senator- Monitor, Mimeo Shop, Girl Reserves.
RYSTGGI, BARBARA SMITH, ALICE
Girl RGSGFVGS- Monitor, Library Staff, Mimeo Shop.
SCEPURA, TERESA SMITH, CAROL
Monitor, Mimeo Shop, Girl Reserves. 0I'Ch9SfT5, ChOiI', MUTISO Shop.
SCI-IAAF, MARY LOUISE SMITH, HUBERT
Office Monitor, Band Twirlinq. Wrestling.
SOI-IOLOSKI, ALEDA VITELLI, SILVIO
Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus. Water Polo.
SOPP, NORMA WAGNER, DOLORES
Girl Reserves, Prom Committee. Girls' Chorus, Choir.
SOUTHARD, FRANCES WALKER, GORDON
Swimming, Library Staff. Monitor, Wrestling, Baseball, Senate.
SOUTHWORTH, DONNA WASKIEWICZ, LORETTA
Girl Reserves, Christmas Play. Movie Monitor.
SPAEDER, CARNEY WATCHERSON, LOIS
Ir. Historical Society, Presidentklr. His- Gym Monitor.
STOCKWELL, IOSEPHINE Academe, Ir. Historical Society, Girl Re-
Chorus, Monitor, Library Staff. Serves,
STORACI, DOLORES WEYAND, IEAN
Girl Reserves, Girls' Chorus, Music Club. Girl Reserves.
STROCK, MARGARET WILLERT, EMU-,IA
Girl Reserves, Senator, Office Monitor. Drum Corps, Cheerleaders Club, Girl Re.
serves, Star Representative.
Girls' Chorus, Girl Reserves. WILLIAMS, EDWARD
Cross Country, Track, National Honor
Society, Senator, Prom Committee. A
Drum Corps, Movie Monitor. WRIGHT, FRANCES
Office Monitor, Art.
Star Staff, Wrestling, Hi-Y. YUSHKIEWICZ, SALOME
Drum Corps, Movie and Gym Monitor.
Marching Um' ZIELINSKL DoLoREs
National Honor Society, Senator, Star Rep-
resentative, President-Home Room, EX-
UBERSAX, IACK - B -
Academe, Monitor, Assembley Committee, ecutwe Oard Senate'
Majorette of Band, Girl Reserves, Senate,
UHLM-AN, MARY Office Monitor.
Drum Corps, Monitor.
VELVET, LORETTA Senate, Cross Country, Debating, Hi-Y,
Movie Monitor, Senator. Vice President of Senate.
First Row N. Weed, K. Honard, R. Teuliert, E. Sawte1le, 1. Wrorielc, D. Anderson. Second Row' E. Dennision, D. Whitehead, E. Sundberq,
lF.b1ieIlElgn1ZeMCLaiiqlml1n, G. Burns, R. Hill, R. Shields. Third Row---1. Headlund, G. Hershelman, D. Schuma h T Lepich, G. Rucker, H. Kn pp
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Most points lor season ..,......,. Richard Kelit 185111 -AA4b V 4,-- 'A--- 8 I1 1 1
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Committed most tou1s Gera1d Burns, Russe11 Hi1l SOuthWOfth ---- - - -35 9
Most improved over season Leonard MoLaugh1in D9UU1S1OU -4--A 1 - - 17 10
Best passing ..........,...,.... Gerald Burns Hill ---4-'-'-'4 4 ' - 18 8
Best p1ay on bankboards ....... ..,. R usse11 H111 H9FSl'19lmGU -4--- - 1 - 15 9
Most popular with fans .....,.,... Richard Keh1 BUTU5 --'-"--'--A"-"----' 13 1 1
Letter-men f Burns, Kehl, Denniston, Hi11,
Southworth, 1V1cLaugh1in, Whiteman, Sundberq, Total SCO!-ing
City Series Scoringe 10 Games P1aYe1' Polnts Games
Player Points Games Kehl .,.,,..... .... 1 78 19
Kehl ,........ .... 9 7 8 McLaughlin .,,.. .,,. 1 14 18
McLaughlin ..... .... 7 7 9 Southworth .... . . 88 19
Burns ,..,.,.. .... 4 4 11 Burns ....... . . 57 22
Denniston ..... .,.. 3 9 10 Denniston ...... , . 56 20
Southworth ..... ..., 3 3 9 Hershelman ,.... .... 4 8 19
Hershelman ..... .... 3 2 10 Hil1 ..... .,.... .... 3 8 17
Hill ........ . . ..., 20 9 drm
H ii. L. Bufaws Kem..
Suuoaezac, DeNNns-row MQLGUGHLIN
First Rowe K. Messing, I. Walker, S. Bull, R. Shoup, C. Barber, G. Mitchell, R. Hoaglfinfl, H, Smith. Second Row F. lawrence, II. Lat-oniaiiio,
G. Walker, C. Pollican, T l?o1:ube1'ry, M. Rcslifo. Third Row7C. Muiiiosz, I. Walters, D. Ulrich, l". Longo, R. Waclilcr, I. liulo, I. Cuilxiw, R. Aindl.
Standingff Mgr. W. Gruaiilnlalt.
Wrestling was not introduced as a scholastic
sport until 1931 . . . at its start it was considered
as merely an extra-curricular activity . . . during
this past season enthusiasm for the sport gained
impetus . . .
There is much more involved in wrestling
than the grunting, groaning, and the breaking
of bones that takes place on the mat . . . a sub-
stantial endurance must be developed . . . it is
sometimes necessary for a wrestler to lose as
much as 5 per cent of his body weight in order
to compete in his weight class . . . the learning
of the proper procedures connected with the
sport reguires months of work before the season
actually starts . . .
The outcome of a wrestling match is one of
three ways: a pin, the word itself denoting the
meaning, a decision, which is concluded
through a point system, and a draw, which is
Under the excellent coachmanship of Mr.
Orris Sheldon, the Academy matmen completed
the season successfully . . . it is true that no team
championships were won . . . figures and cal-
culations are enough to prove that the season
was a successful one . . .
The lettermen and the weights they wrestled
are: Iohn Walker, 95 lbs., Ray Stroup, 103 lbs.,
Ken Massing, lO3 lbs., lerry Mitchel, 112 lbs.,
Hubert Smith, 120 lbs., Mario Restifo, 127 lbs.,
Cosmo Pellican, 133 lbs., loward La Fontaine,
138 lbs., Frank Longo, 145 lbs., lohn Walters,
154 lbs., Ioe Kohler, 165 lbs., loe Buto, 185 lbs.
. . . seven of these wrestlers will return for next
years season . . .
The Academy wrestlers engaged in a total
of twelve matches, winning seven and losing
five . . . high scorer for the season was loe Buto,
with a total of 41 points . . . statistics show that
Academy scored a total of 319 points and their
opponents, 175 points . . . the blue and gold had
32 pins, 49 decisions, and 6 draws: the opposi-
tion totaled 14 pins, 31 decisions, and 6 draws . . .
also decided upon by points. vjb
Results of Dual Meets
Academy Opponents Academy
42 ........ , . . 5 East 5 ..... ...... . 38
36 .... ...ll Tech 6 ..... ....31
28 .... , , . 10 Strong Vincent 25 ..... . . . .16
33 .... . . . 12 Lawrence Park 6 ..... . . . .35
14 .... ..., 2 5 Farrell 25 ..... .... 1 6
15 .... .... 2 7 Greenville 18 .,.. ..., 1 5
First Rowf L. Cipriani, T, Coyne, D. Breault, N. Carr, H. Farribauqh, E Barthleson, R. Morgan. Second Row7C. Srt.ulf'a, F Denniston, R Kmpe,
T. Burgess, R Roseguist, I. Hammond, I Sonnenberg, M. Wolfe, Mgr. C Penske. Third Row Mgr. R. Hill, H. Bean, M Yomtob, l. Bartnmki, C,
Suridberq, R, Coston l, Folqa. Standing' Coach Komom
"That Academy was down this year, can be
seen by its record. Ct course all schools and
material runs in cycles. As we were at our
lowest level the only thing that we can see now
is a brighter tuture with excellent material
coming up from the championship l. V. sguad.
We hope tor a decided improvement in the
years to come."
Coach l. Kamora
Most outstanding player ........ Robert Morgan
Most points per season .,,.,.... Thomas Coyne
Most points per game .... , . .Lawrence Cipriani
Played most quarters ,........ Einar Barthelson
Best foul shooter ,........ ,..... R obert Morgan
Committed most touls i...,, Robert Morgane
Best play on bankboards ...... Robert Roseguist
Best passing ability ..,.... . .Lawrence Cipriani
Best tloor man ......,.,.... Lawrence Cipriani
Most popular with tans ....,.... Robert Morgan
Most improved throughout season ....,..,. . .
Biggest line ....,. .,...,.,..... T homas Coyne
Best looking ....... ........,, E inar Barthelson
Most exciting game. Academy-Vincent-Vincent
34 ....... .... D unkirk. . .
l l .... .... R rep ...,.,.,..
35 .... ..,. l amestown .... .
40 .... .... L awrence Park.
32 .... .... E ast ......... . .
32 .... .... L awrence Park,
34 ,... .... T ech .,....,.,.
34 ,,.. .... M eadville ,.,.,.
55 .... .... V incent ....,.
l9 .... .... B radtord .,...
34, , . . .... Meadville. . . .
22 ,.., .... R rep ....,.
44 .... ,... T itusville .....
4l ..,. ,,,. E ast ,.... ....
25 ..,. .... A shtabula .,..
39 .... .... V incent ....
32 .... .... T ech ..,.. .
34 ..,. .... V incent ....
3l ..,. .... P rep .....,
32 . . . ..., Titusville. . . . .
27 .... .... T ech ..... ,
22 .,.. ,... E ast ....
. .,.. 29
. .... 58
i A .I
Flrst Rowflf Souiharrl, l.. Sisley, 5 Smith, P. l.un:lfelt, Z. Lancet, E. Gillette. Second Row D Vansile, M Olson, M. Mueller, Miss M. Borlnfe-,
l,. Bliven, M. Barr. Third Row'f'C. Rupp, V. Carr, A. Kosicki, A. Cowley, D. Fennel, D Snyder.
Jimmy Zak! '
Found in most all libraries . . . Academy's
staff has sixteen members . . . two are usually
found in each period and after school . . . each
has her own particular duties . . . arranging
magazine racks, bulletin boards and books . . .
taking charge of all new magazines and news-
papers . . . filing and checking cards in the card
catalog . . . making a written record of all new
magazines . . . charging out books . . . checking
the condition of books and making repairs . . .
watering plants . . . shelving books . . . keeping
tables, cupboards and racks neatly arranged . . .
marking books for circulation . . . taking care
of reference material . . . being door monitor . . .
The staff offers a valuable vocational train-
ing . . . a 'lstepping stone" for future jobs . . .
also college preparatory training . . . students
gain an appreciation for books and their care . . .
The following students are not in the
picture: Beryl Kath, Lois Ross, Vivian Ray.
Doretta Curry, Dorothy Ervin, Charlotte Sherred,
Clarene Radov, Eugene Berger, lean Maffet,
loan Matczak, Helen Toflinski, Eugene Radov,
and Betty Roberts.
First Row F Wardenrqa, K Gietl, L. Weinqard, K. Yentes, R. Magee, Second Rawflvirs. L. Steimer, R. Levine, P. Legters, I. Ganzer, A. Grimaldi.
. . . much more is connected with debating than merely the argumentation . . . this activity in-
volves hours, and possibly days ot research work betore the weathered debater would even consider
setting toot on the speakers stand.
"Resolved, that every able bodied male citizen in the United States should be required to have
one year ot tull time military training betore attaining the age ot 24."
This was the topic that created much controversy in debates between Academy and Harborcreek,
Girard, North East, Strong Vincent, Wesleyville, Millcreek, and rf.
In modern debates the purpose is to win the confidence ot
the observing audience . . . debates are not decided upon as
having been victorious or not.
Academy's debating team is a member ot the "Lake Erie
Debating League" . . .
At the end ot the season there was a debate at Allegheny
College in Meadville . . .
Throughout the season each member ot a team rated each
member ot the opposing team. At the end ot the season the
points were computed and the debaters from each school who
had the greatest number ot points, debated at Allegheny in a
tournament tor debaters from Northwestern Pennsylvania.
ln spite ot the tact that almost every member of the team
was new this year, learning to debate was not too much of an ettort
because ot the close cooperation between the debaters and their
Qtticers ot the debating team this past season were: President,
Louis Weingard, Secretary, Eleanor Wardengap Treasurer, Ioan
First Row-I. Krueger, I. Yeager, E. Koenig, R. Pulling. Second Row-M. I. Davis, M. Lozier, S. Bretz, I. Gryqier, R. M, Martin, R. Gordman, l.
Heberlein, M. Seratini. Third RowiC. Harbold, Miss M, Lockwood, Miss F. Stull, Mr. I. Fiorelli, Miss W. Mong, Miss T. Strauch, Miss G. McHale,
I. Brown. Fourth Rowf-A. McDonald, I. Seblom, P. Miller, H. Sapper, E. Williams, B. Jenkins, D. Zielinslci, A. Lepich, P. Lundfelt, C. Rupp.
' Wanna '
ln the National Honor Society picture can
be seen its emblem. The flaming torch is the
symbol of the Society's purposes: "To bear
onward and forward the searching light of
truth, to lead that others may follow in the light,
to keep burning in our school a high ambition
for the enduring values of life, and to serve in
consideration of others.
"On the selective basis of leadership, ser-
vice, scholarship, and character, each type of
student is awarded a place in the National Honor
Society." The criterion of scholarship de-
termines the list of candidates for membership.
Annual inter-school banquet . . . sponsored
by Tech . . . held at Business and Professional
Woman's Club . . . initiation . . . at Y. W. C. A.
. . . theme of circus performers prevailed.
President ......... ............ l oseph Grygier
Vice President .... .... R osemarie Martin
Secretary ....... ......, S hirley Bretz
Treasurer ....... ,....... R ichard Gordman
President ........ ......... E dward Koenig
Vice President .... .,... l rwin Krueger
Secretary .....,. .... M ary Jane Davis
Treasurer ...... . . .Edward Williams
Sitting R Sornmerhol, S. Davis, D Matson, l. Walker, F. French, W Guelcher, P. Oster, T. Koenig First RowfB. Hatch, L. Scott, D. Brower,
D, Rowlioiioin, O. Schmitt, I. Nealing, Mr. l. Balla, T. Parick, l. Anderson, E. Koenig, M.Seraf1ni, D. Htirtone. Second Row- B. Shieliirz, F. Chris-
toph, H. Harris, C. Lochner, R. Bloxdorl, R. Sopp, G. Rucker, l. Fiero, G. Walker, l... Maley. Third Row N. Brown, G. Linder, N. Anderson, l.
White, l? Trimble, l. Yaple, E. Meyer, S. Anderson, P. Durnell, M. Raciov, R. M. Zimmerman, CT. Hannah, B. lohrision. Fourth Row H Kuluinski,
L. Nagle, M. Cramer, M. Malin, l. Alnryiiist, B. Rosenthal, R. Fitzgerald, W. Bendiq, F. Canning, M. Hart, M. Boldt. M. 1. Marcella, D. Zielinski,
"The Student Senate will sponsor an amateur show in May. Can you sing,
dance, recite or play an instrument? The musical comedy revealed a lot of unex-
pected talent. The Senate Amateur show should bring to light other talented
Academy students. Watch for later announcements."
This active organization gives opportunity for student body to express themselves collectively . . .
democratic procedure . . . various offices include, President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer,
and Parliamentarian . . . standards for officers as set up in
constitution include: must maintain an average of "c" or
better . . . all candidates who run for office must have attended
Academy High School for at least one year . . . should under-
stand powers and duties of an officer . . . petition of two hundred
names makes it possible for the student to run for office . . . he
in turn presents himself, and his plans to improve the school
to the faculty and student body . . . then election day!
Representatives to this group are selected from each
homeroom . . . minimum average of Nc" in scholarship
gualifies a student . . . they report back to their homerooms
the business and results of the meeting . . . serve one semester
. . . may be reelected.
"Gavel Day" . . . presentation of new officers and home-
room representatives . . . traditional ceremony opens with
pledge of allegiance to the flag . . . the gavel is given back to
Mr. Ray . . . Mr. Ray then gives it to the new president . . . the
gavel! . . . a symbol of authority . . . was made from a piece of
wood from the famous old "Niagara" . . . ceremony closes
with llGod Bless America." emb
President ........ .....,..... .,.. l a ne Nealing
Vice President ,... .,... l oanne Rarick
Secretary ..... . . . . .leanne Anderson
Treasurer ,..... , . .Qscar Schmitt
President .,...... . . .Bruce l-larris ,
Vice President .... .... R ay Sopp
Secretary ...... . .Betty Nantes l
Treasurer. . . . .loan White l
First Semester Second Semester
President ..,..,.............. lanet Blackmore President .,....,,...,........ lanet Blackmore
Vice President .... . . .Roger Hoagland Vice President .,.. , ...... Lois Dickson
Secretary ..,...4. .... P eggy Sue Kugel Secretary ...... ,.... 4 . .Peggy Sue Kugel
Treasurer ,,.. . . Robert Falkewitz Treasurer .... 4 , , , ..... , , 4 . 4lack Andrae
Librarian. . . .... Alice Kuivenen Librarian, . 4 . . .Carolyn Leehmuis and
First Row R. Schneider, G. Dietrich, R. Gruver, G. Swartztager, R. Martin, R. Gigliotti, M. Scharrer, M. A. Ryan, L. Dickson. Second Row
l. Schweitzer, A. Kuivinen, l. Blackmore, R. Hoagland, R. Falkewitz, G. Ghinelverger, T. Magee, A. Kingsley. Third Row' -T. Andrae, B, Sweet,
P. Kugel, S. Bretz, E. Miller, l. Olsen, R. Stinson, G. Burt.
Oldest musical organization at Academy . . .
founded same year as school was built, l92O . . .
Miss lsadora Schweitzer, able and willing con-
ductor . . . sets high ideals for orchestra mem-
bers . . . arranged for them to attend a Metro-
politan Opera in Cleveland, Chic.
Fine tone guality . . . blending . . . technique
, . . reading ability . . . standard classical music
as well as popular musical comedy selections . . .
Mottoel'To always be prepared" . . . two formal
concertsfa year . . . assembly programs . . .
theater pit music for class plays . . . mid-year
commencement . . . concert master chosen each
year . . . superior musical ability and depend-
ability are reguisites . . . 'lpitch fork" for entire
orchestra . . . Roberta Martin received the
honor for this past year.
lO Violins . . . 2 violas . . . 2 cellos . . . 2
string basses . . . l flute . . . 5 clarinets . . . l alto
saxaphone . . . 2 tenor saxaphones . . . l French
horn . . . 4 trumpets . . . l trombone . . . 3
pianists . . . l tympani . . . l drums. pcc
., 7,,,. .
President ...... .....,........ W illiam Bendig
Vice President .... ........ T om Coyne
Secretary .,..,,. , . .Einar Barthelson
Treasurer. ,... .,.. R obert Delvfarco
President ........ ............. E ugene Berger
Vice President .... . . .William Bendig
Secretary ....... ...... l ohn F olga
Treasurer ..... .,., P aul Raupers
First Rowswl. Lupo, V. Schauble, E. lepson, F, Gifford, L. Cipriani, L. Locastro, R. DeMarco, I. Folga, P. Rosenthal. Second Row ff-' R. Matteson,
I. Sweet, W. Grumblatt, C. Barthelson, l. Buto, Mr, O, Grender, A. Fracassi, L. Tino, B. Fera, R. Dytche. Third RowfP. Holland, P. Hatch, l,
Ghrner, I. Chizmadna, R. Gott, P. Raupers, I. Carey, D. Churchill, G. lohnson, R. Bunting. Fourth Row- I. Anderson, D. Carr, L. Anderson, N.
lfaxillcrier, B. Mclfenyie, C. Verdecchia, l. Gryqier, W. Bendig, l. Sansone, l. Whitehead, C. Sundberg, L. Shatter.
Since 1930 the Glee Club has been under
the capable direction of Mr. Grender . . .
Boys of both the lr. and Sr. High make up
this singing club . . . they do not necessarily
have to be Eddys or Melchoirs, but must merely
possess a sense of rhythm and enjoy singing such
rousing songs as "Stout Hearted Men" . . .
although it is probable that most of these boys
will not continue with singing, this training will
provide them with a good deal of entertainment
in the future . . .
Every day before first period, the boys can
be seen tramping down the back stairs humming
some familiar tune . . . first period seems to be
the traditional period for the meeting of this
singing group, as it has met during this period
for many years . . .
The Glee Club has served as a major step-
ping stone for the choir. . . it provides male
voices for the bass and baritone sections of our
much traveled Acapella Group . . . much en-
joyment is reaped by the boys from their trips
to other schools and their part in the annual
Christmas and Spring concerts . . .
This past semester, much effort was put
forth by the boys in order to raise money to
purchase uniforms for public appearances . . .
,. . way. Stan
Sitting 5' Hoyt, R Bloxdorf, R. Sopp, A. Reed, D. Reed, l. Otta
Salvia, B, Larson, l. Williams, F. Kowalski, Coach l. Milkovic.
, , 1945-46 marked
ACddGHlYlS most in-
season . . . lost every meet . . . chief cause-4
lack of experienced men . . . only three men
back from last year . . . lost two of those be-
fore city series started . . . new candidates
predominately crawl-stroke swimmers . . . no
experienced backstroke or breast-stroke swim-
mers . . . no experienced divers . . .
Have a brighter future . . . only one Senior
on this year's squad . . . returninq will be: eight
Sophomores, four luniors, four Seniors . . . all
swimmers consistently bettered their times this
season . . . looking forward to a much better
season next year . . .
Boys who show promise areeflack Williams,
9th Grade, back-stroke swimmer, Frank Salvia,
lGth Grade, breast-stroke swimmer, Leo Palmieri,
lOth Grade, diver, lack Hellweqe, 9th Grade,
ding' pl, Sampson, R. Houck, R. Konlcol, l... Palmieri, T. Koenig, lx
diver, Richard Houck, llth Grade, crawl-stroke
swimmer, Ray Bloxdorf, llth Grade, crawl-
stroke swimmer, David Reed, 9th Grade, crawl'
stroke swimmer, Arthur Reed, llth Grade,
crawl-stroke swimmer, Ray Sopp, lOth Grade,
crawl-stroke swimmer, lames Ottaway, 9th
Grade, crawl-stroke swimmer.
Lettermen: Ray Sopp, Richard l-louck, Ray
Bloxdorf, lames Gttaway, David Reed, Arthur
Reed, Frank Salvia, Leo Palmieri, lack Williams,
Charles Hoyt. l. Mifkovic
Academy Opponent Score
23 ......... ,... M eadville ,..,, ..,... 3 7
20 ..,...,. .... E ast .,.,,.. . .... 55
27 ..... .,.. T ech ...... .... 4 8
l6 ..... ..., V incent ..., .,,. 5 9
24... ,.., East ,..,,.. . ,...5l
27. . . .... Meadville ..... . , , .48
33.,. .... Tech ,.,., . ....42
27. ,. .... Vincent .... . . . .48
l. Minimum of thirteen units Cl3O creditsl in the 10th, llth, and 12th
2. Ot these thirteen units, nine must be in three-year and two-year
3 three year sequences
l three year sequence
3 two year sequences
3. Required subjects:
a. English must be taken every year.
3 units are required.
English 8 fCommercialD is for advanced commercial students only.
b. Two units ot social studies are requiredg three are recommended.
c. Biology is required ot all students entering lOth grade.
d. A minimum in physical education of two periods per week-9th
thru l2th grades.
e. Designated Health instruction is required ot all pupils entering the
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Carlin, 10 Anne
Larson, Robert Lee
Chase, Donna Marie
Davies, Betty Lou
Smith, Allie Ruth
lones, Mary Elizabeth
Kohler, Dorothy Ann
Kratt, Rose Marie
Larsen, Rose Marie
Loettel, Mary Frances
Loesch, Rose Marie
Nanni, Rose Marie
Wadsworth, Mary Alice
Wagner, Mary Ann
Watson, Mary Frances
Considine, l ames
Larson, Robert Leonard
Crompton, Mary lane
Longo, Santa Rosa
Marcella, Mary Lou
Peelman, Mary Lou
Scheloske, Mary Ann
Sell, Sue Evelyn
Tate, Elva lune
Wolff, Norma Ruth
Babe, Nina Lou
Barr, Mary Margaret
Bjelke, lean Isabel
Bootes, lla Marie
Buoy, Mary Ann
Frank, Sally Ann
Gunther, Rita Ann
Hagburg, Betty lane
Hertner, Mary Alice
Huber, Rose Mary
Humm, Mary Ann
Ives, Norma lean
King, Shirley Ann
Kinney, Mary Lou
Ohmer, Mary R.
Opalenik, Mary Ann
Patterson, Betty Lou
Plavcan, Mary Louise
Seiter, Mary layne
Smith, Betty Virginia
Sonntag, Mary lean
Stearns, Carol lean
Vogt, Dorothy lean
Vogt, loan Eleanor
Wehner, Mary K.
Whaling, Mary Lou
Wurst, Betty Anne
Zimmer, Lois Anne
Zimmerman, Rose Mary
May, Edward Howard
Cox, Barbara Ann
Jones, Jean Belle
Mclntire, Mary Zita
Froess, Mary Ann
Johnson, Jennie Lou
Wolf, Donna Mae
Kaufman, Roman C.
Bretz, Mary Ann
Brought, Rose Alice
Brown, Mary Ann
Clayton, Lee Norma
Kobel, Betty Ruth
Kohl, Mary Catharine
Lee, Mary Ann
Lenz, Mary Lou
Dahlkemper, Paul -
Saeger, Mary lane
Stubbe, Lou Anne
White, Mary loan
Bohrer, Donna Marie
Kunz, Norma Jean
Walter, Mary Lou
Wegmiller, Rose Ann
Weaver, Nancy Jane
Kaufman, Mary Lou
Kennedy, Mary Lou
Robertson, Norma lean
Chiffon, Mary Lou
Burton, Paul .
Harvey, Mary Louise
Balsiger, lda Rose
Loffi, Carol Ann
DeSanti, Mary Anne
DiPaolo, Norma lean
Meyers, Mary Lou
Sproul, Barbara Ann
--D. Mccarllxy, Y. Palchen, M. Monkowski, D. Welker, K. MCNA
P. Cohen, lf. Blacvkmond, M. l. Davis, C. Rupp
9 N-I ACS.
, 5. Greene, Second Row-' I. Blackmore, l. Chlznmcila, D. Helwerlv,
Edna Blackmoncl, lanet Blackmore,
Robert Blum, Pearl Cohen, Mary lane
Davis, Doris Heberle, Donna McCarthy,
Kathleen McNamara, Marie Monkow-
ski, Yvonne Patchen, Richard Pulling,
Carol Rupp, Diane Welker.
Mr. Jonathon Bright, Mrs. S. P. Russell,
Mr. B. E. Whiteman
Sitting -C. Cairns, D. Holla, I. Houc4 M P 19141 S R111 P S nth Standing V Mando O Cctmiit M A Cauley IUberpax C Keane
14 iacmcial Staff
Mrs. N. Von Kortt
Mr. I. Bright
Erie Engraving Co.
Frank Schauhie Studio
Mr. C. Swahn
Mr. B. Whiteman
l unior Varsity. .
Cross Country ....
lunior Varsity. .
Varsity Data. . .
Varsity Scores. .
Water Polo .....
Autographs . . .
l une Seniors
Mid Year Seniors
Activities .... . .
Drum Corps ...,
Girls' Chorus ....
Cflee Club .......
lr. Girls' Chorus ....
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