' Realizing that the last twelve years
has not been the struggle and drudgery
we hacl hitherto supposed but a pleas-
ant preparation lor the future, we, the
members of the Academe staff, have
talcen the liberty of using as our theme,
The Circus, in an etlort to express the
light and joy of the happiest years ol
our lives, our school clays.
9 X X,
W. Edwin Coon
BUILD TODAY FOR TOMORROW!
At the circus, the entertaining and instructive performance of the actors catches the eye of the public. Usually
what the public does not see is the extent of planning for health and welfare of the circus personnel and the study,
practice and effort which are preliminary to each performance.
So it is with the schools. What the public sees is the play or concert, not the hours of practice. What the
public sees is the football game, baslcetball game or other athletic contest, not the afternoons of activity before the
team is ready for the contest. What the public sees is Commencement, rarely the hours of study which have made
the diploma possible.
The extent of one's education, then, is determined largely by the extent of one's application, effort and study
while in school. The extent of one's success after leaving high school is also largely determined by these same factors.
As the poet Longfellow said,
'Build today, then, strong and sure,
With a firm and ample base,
And ascending and secure
Shall tomorrow find its place."
W. E. Coon
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Annie likes to kid a lot,
As a friend she's often sought.
February 2, 1929-Graduate
Dora seems to be so shy,
But there s a devil in her eyel
May 7, 1930-Secretary
A good little worker so welre told-
A very nice girl is Clarice Berchtold.
July 27, 1929-Hunting
Theres always lun when l'leinie's there,
l'le Il accept most any dare.
Qctober 23, 1929-College
l"le:s not a rowdy, not at all,
l-le s absolutely on the ball.
January 24, 1930-Telephone operator
Shellikes to laugh, she's the best we've got-
She s an all around pal and we like her a lot.
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December 22, 1928-Travel
Witty, clever, brimming with lun,
Ken radiates cheer like the rays ol the sun.
May 27, 1929-To make a mint
To make a mint is his ambition, v
Whatever he wants, thats what we re wishin .
May 22, 1929-Success '
Joking seems to be his style,
Which is something well worth while
BURKETT, DCLORES IRENE-Corky
May 20, 1928-lnterior Decorator
If you want your home to look classy,
Just call upon this little lassy. '
September 30, 1929-Private Secretary
A ouiet little lass is she,
She will make a secretary.
October '19, 1930-Take care ol Dick 1
We hate to part with Shirley, dear,
We'll miss her when she s out of here. i
August 19, 1930-Secretary
The boys hearts twirl like her baton-
When they see Dorothy coming on.
September QQ, 1930-To malce up my mind
ll aims were only as high as a star,
For Patty that would not be far.
October 5, 1929-Secretary
Here we have a girl so rare-
You ll not Find her equal anywhere.
April 30, 1928-Travel
A laugh that lights for miles and miles-
'lhe hearts ol people who see her smiles.
April 13, 1929-photographer
A happy fellow, a very true friend,
l'le'll always lead to the very end.
January 8, 1930-Stenographer
Awlully charming and also petite,
Not a very big paclcage, but wonderfully sweet.
December 5, 1929-Nurse
Armed with knowledge she has won-
She'll be a success before she's done.
October 14, 1930-Ambassador to Sweden
A Being witty is his art,
ln jolces he always takes a part.
January 6, 1930-Secretary
To be a secretary is her desire-
She Il set her boss s heart on Fire.
January Q, 1930-Success
Jerry is a whiz at math U
l-le'll go high along life s path.
February 14, 193O'Stenographer
Ready for worlc, ready for play--
lleady to help whenever she may.
July 31, 1999-Live in New Yorlc
l-legs rather quiet, a little shy,
l-le s a very well lilced guy.
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September 96, 1928-Success
Eileen is a friend, indeed,
More lilce her is what we need.
FRACASSI, CARMELLA-Carmel f
April 5, 1930-To retire
l-ler dancing eyes and happy ways,
Keep all of us in a daze.
FRANKE, ROBERT-Bob l
June '17, 'l9Q9--Travel
Blond and handsome, lull of fun,
Full of smiles for everyone.
March 'i, 1930-Secretary
Rachel is quiet and very sweet,
But when she does tallc, it can t be beat.
FUHRMAN, CHARLES-Red A
August 24, 1999-Mortician
A worthy vocation was chosen by "Red,"
l-le II talce care ol people when they are dead.
GABIN, ADELE-Dellie t y
January 31, 1930-Secretary
Lots ol Friends, lots ol fun,
She'll stick to a job until it's done. 4
s GIBBENS, EDWARD-Ed 1
July 28, 1930-Pilot
l-leill zoom around in his P39-
ln his unilorm, he'll loolc very Fine.
February 'l7, 1930-Success
Plenty ol spunlc and spirit has he,
As lor a friend--he's the one for me.
May '16, 1929-Photographer
You loolc at the birdie, the camera will cliclc,
This is the worlc that was chosen by Diclc.
GOLDFARB, SALLY ANN-Baby
February 13, 1930-Success
On her linger she displays- i
A ring to determine her future days.
January 'l7, 'l93O-Stenographer
A stenographer lilce Lois Haise,
Will 'most always get her raise ,
January '15, 1930-Cleric l
Clerical worlc was selected by Kate-
At this worlc she surely will rate. l
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May 28, 1929-Secretary
Very soon as we shall see-
She will be a secretary.
May 3, 1930-Pig farmer
Jaclc receives our vote indeed,
As one most likely to succeed.
October 7, 1930-Humanitarian
Loolc at him there, study his face,
ln school he sets an alarming pace.
January 31, 1930-To retire
l'ler pretty face and winsome air-
Will gain her friends most anywhere.
January 7, 1930-Travel
Diclc is noted for his dancing,
And they say he's good at romancin
December 19, 1930-Musician
wht to worlcl She never dallies,
e ll miss her organ at our rallies.
February 28, 1930-Advertising
A handsome young man with a heart of gold
l'le gets around a lot, so we are told.
April 27, 1930-Success
A successful person she wants to be-
It won t talee long as you shall see.
December 20, 1929-Secretary
A very nice girl with a smile so sweet,
Shes a pleasure to anyone she may meet.
February 2, 1931-Success
Happy, carefree, ever gay,
ln a jolly sort of way.
September 'l4, 1930-Coach
Darlc hair, darlc eyes, a happy grin--
A water-polo winner he has been,
February 8, 1930--Travel
To visit the land of ice and snow-
That s where Jeannie wants to go.
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April 4, 1929-Salesman
Buy a sweeper-one or more,
Or he ll put his loot in the door.
August 'l'I, 19229-Travel
l-ler eyes are loolcingxtoward the west,
When she leaves, we Il lose one ol the
October 26, 1999-l.ive in New Yorlc
She's really a New Yorlter at heart,
Thats where she wants to get her start.
July 5, T999-Graduate
Marty just wants to graduate-
Whate er she does, we lcnow shelll rate.
LA PIDUS, DONALD-Lapidus
March 28, 1930-Give to charity
Jet-blaclc curls top a manly frame-
His brains'll carry him to great fame.
UNDER, SHIRLEY ANN
June 95, 1999-l-lousewile
A pleasant, red-haired, jolly lass,
She s as good as any ol the 'IQ-Q class.
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l-le had a part in his class play-
l'm sure he worlced both night and day.
LONGO, SANTA ROSA-Sandy
September '16, 'l9Q8-Success i
Friendly, cute, and quite carefree-
She has a sunny personality.
LUPHER, RICHARD-Dick i
January 'l8, 1930-Machinist
A machinists worlc was chosen by Dick,
ln this Field he ought to click.
MARCELLA, MARY LOU-Marcia
December 7, 1930-Travel
Mary Lou will seldom frown-
She captures you with eyes of brown.
MC KEEL, LOIS AILEEN-Lolly
March 8, 1930-Travel
Ever happy, ever wise,
Winning ways and sparlcling eyes.
MC LEAN, OWEN-Blackie
November 9, 1929-Journalist
When he tries to loolc so serious and wise-
Loolc closel He can t hide those dancing eyes.
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A smiling face, a pleasant grin,
Loads of friends she's bound to win.
July 13, 1930-Nurse
The best dressed girl in her class
ls this serious, yet charming lass.
PEELMAN, MARY LOU-Miz
July 29, 1930-Success
Miz just wants to be a success-
We wish her loads of happiness.
October 29, 1930-Photographer
Marne always has a smile for all,
This girl is really on the ball.
December 4, 1929-Success
A darling little miss is she-
At twirling she is happy.
PICCIRELLO, ANTHONY-Joe D
November 11, 1929-Play with Yanlcees
When Joe bats we expect a home run
This guy is also loads of fun.
MC MICHAEL, NANCY-Mousey
September '18, 1929-Boolclceeper
lVlousey's cute and friendly, too,
She II have friends all the way thru.
July 25, 1930-Commercial Artist
Jaclgie's the girl we'd lilce to lcnow-r
She 5 cute and smart and just so-so.
MOORE, ROBERT-I Bob
July 9, 1929-Radio repairman
When your radio brealcs, just talce it to Bob-
l"Ie'll fix it gladly for thatis his job.
June 'l3, 1929-Dramatist
As a friend she's really made her name,
We lcnovv she Il travel to greater fame.
July 5, 1930-Success
Reni is so crazy and full of fun'-
Ihere are scores of friends whom she has Won
NAGULE, VIOLA MAE-Vi
Qctober 24, 1929-Business
A business girl is friendly Vi-
Successful, too, wait and see.
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November 13, 1929-State Cop
A football player through and through,
There are few things he'd rather do.
January 29, 1930-Doctor
Surely his smiles and jolly ways,
Will bring success in later days.
December 526, 1930-Nurse
A very fine nurse Rich will malce-
For she has the qualities that it will talce.
November 8, 1930-Live a good life
l-ler ambition is worthy indeed-
More people lilce her is what we need.
September 'l5, 1929-Success
To be successful is his aim,
Someday he will achieve great fame.
December Q, 19228-Mechanic
A mechanic's life was selected by Pork-
l-le couldn't have chosen a more fitting orlc.
SCHELOSKE, MARY ANN-Dimples
June 'l4, 1930-To retire
Mary Ann always tries to be
A friend to all, both you and me.
January '19, 1930-Business Executive
ln February he was class president-
Someday he may be a White House
April 28, 1930-Mortician
The vocation chosen by our Boss
ls not lilcely to be a loss.
December 19, 1929-Nurse
Frel selected a fine vocation-
l-lamot hospital will be her location.
SELL, SUE EVELYN-Susie
March 7, 1930-Good friend
A very charming little lass,
A genius in her senior class.
May 24, 1929-Clerk
lf you want to shop awhile,
Shell give service with a smile.
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May 11, 1930-Commercial Artist
l-ler sketches for our year book
Will make each one take a second lookl
October 28, 1930-To marry a rich widow
Willie Storrer is funny and clever-
To fulfill his ambition, he will endeavor.
March 14, 1930-Buy a farm
ln basketball he made his name-
And football added to his fame.
January 10, 1930--Travel
Affected with a "wander lust,"
To her, traveling is a must.
May '14, 1930-Journalist
This fellow is always ready to do,
Q Most anything you ask him to.
TATE, ELVA JANE-Janie
September 21, 1999-Nurse
This girl works in school and out,
She's a very true friend without a doubt.
February 'l8, 1930-Work
A great big bruiser, husky and tall-
l'le was the one who carried the ball.
March Q, 1930-pediatrician
Behind his face so gay-
A brain labors hard each day.
November 'l9, T930-to have many friends
With her winning smile and lovable way
She was a great success in our class play.
December 99, 1929-Nurse
Ruthie is a talkative lass-
She s very well liked by all of her class.
SONNTAG, MARY JEAN-Sunny
Sunny is a quiet but very nice girl,
Soon she will be making your hair curll
April 93, T930-Nurse
This girl gets around a lot-
As a friend she s often sought.
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January 'l, 1930-Painter
Pleasant, friendly, full ol fun,
Ever remembered by friends he's won.
April 'l, 1930-Butcher
A butcher will be capable Russ-
l-le II cope with ladies when they fuss.
I May 'lS2, 1930-Success
Geometry, algebra and even trig-
At math, this boy is really big.
June '19, 1929-Travel
Traveling is his one vocation-
l-le just won t stay in one location!
September 5,1928-Theater Manager
A theater manager he wants to be-
Give him time and you will see.
January 'lO, 1930-To retire c
Though she is small, she's merry and gay,
Not talkative, but she s lots to say.
March 'l3, 1930-Business Executive - -
A business executive, Don wants to be-
l'le ought to do well, results from study.
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July 'lO, 'l929TBoolclceeper
Boolclceeiing is her profession,
ln class s e always learned her lesson. l
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September 24, 1930-Success
Twirling is her future fame,
She does well at this game.
March 27, 1931-Nurse
A leasant friend an time ofthe da
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Earnest, obliging, and quietly gay.
July 27, 1929-Auto Mechanic
l'lere's a toast to our boy "Dick,"
l'le's sure to become successful quiclc.
April 27, 1931--l"lousewife
She has the shy but clever way
That gains her new friends every day.
April 24, 1931-Success
Although she's gayety and happiness,
She's ready for worlc, never-the-less.
May 23, 1930-Otlicer in service
On'and on to higher aims,
l-le II follow other famous names
May 30, 1930-Join the navy
To EO in a big ship over the waves
To urope is something our Jalce just craves
September 11, 1930-Band Leader
Towards graduation he's always steered,
Now at last his goal has appeared.
ANDERSON, LEROY-Chick, Lee
March 16, 1929-College
Through all his day dreams,
A happy future always gleams.
December 25, 1931--Journalist
Because Pete is so very small,
We thinlc he s a lreshie in the hall.
September 25, 1930-Traveling
A winning miss with winning ways,
A friend of ours for all her days.
April 17, 1931-Secretary
No, not czuiet, nor shy is she,
But full o pep and energy.
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BABE, NINA LOU-Babe
October '14, 1930-Nurse
Winsome, quiet, ambitious, too,
We all lilce Nina through and through.
December 90, 1930-Beautician
Always happy, always gay,
Frowns just don t grow out her way.
November 3, 1930-Success
Though she is so shy and quiet,
l'ler friends all love her-'none will deny it.
March 7, 1931-Auto Mechanic
Smiles that win, eyes that glow,
A merry heart, voice sweet and low.
April 26, 1930-Housewife
She has a smile for everyone
And with her we have lots of lun.
May '15, 1930-Interior decorator.
Shezs tall and slim and lots ol lun,
She s really a pal-aslc anyone.
October 6, 1927-Good time
l-le'll put away every boolc,
And go forward without a backward loolc.
November 24, 1930-Writer
Dark-eyed, darlc-haired, and oh, so shy-
Somehow, she s pleasing to our eye.
July 97, 1930-Good time
A humorous lad whom every one lcnows,
At singing and dancing he s right on his toes.
April 5, 1929-Singer
A good-loolcing tenor, with a voice so sweet,
His athletic record is hard to beat.
December 524, 1929-Secretary
Very gentle, good and true,
A friend to me, a friend to you.
July 9, 1929-Beautician
She ,is a blonde, and very small,
Don t you wish that she d grow tall?
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August 18, 1930-Good job
"Farewell Academy" is his cry,
Now that graduation's nigh.
December 15, 1999-.-Secretary
Lovely face, a charming chassis,
Has this dainty little Iassie.
October 1, 1930-Secretary
Carmie's alway on the go-
Don t you thinlc she s nice to lcnow?
September 18, 1930-Good job
Friendly, quiet, and,always lcind,
A better friend you ll never find.
April 25, 1930-Musician
To success a little ways away,
This boy is starting oil today.
BLACKMORE, CALVlN-Bubna, Cal
September 19, 1930-Pharmacist
Somebody said he was O. K.
And we echoed with a loud hooaryl
July 5, 1929-Graduate
Small, witty, and oh, so neat,
We think our Bev is very sweet.
May Q, 1930-Store buyer
lingling excitement from head to toe,
L This girl is really ' in the know."
BOOTES, ILA-Just lla
June 17, 1930-Retail buyer
She says goodbye to those she'll see no more
As she turns to open another door.
Qctober 16, 1930-Secretary
Qne oi the better-dressed girls in our class,
ls this serious yet charming lassf
April 19, 1929-Business
A silent lad with a heart of gold,
As brave a lad as the knights of old.
October 12, 1930-College
Awfully witty, awfully wise,
Ready smile, shining eyes.
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February QQ, 1930-Machinist
Casey has the nicest plan,
l-le always cloes the best he can
December 'l6, 1929-Secretary
The clays of studying left now are few,
And as she leaves, she feels lcind of blue.
BUOY, MARY ANN-Blaze
July 30, 1930-Graduate
A girl who is so sweetland neat,
A person you will like to meet.
January 20, 1931-Pianist
Although it's time to turn away,
She finds she'cl lcind of like to stay.
February 6, 1930-Coach
As a college football star he'd shine,
l'le'cl lilce to play football all the time.
October 26, 1929-f'lappiness
lret the slfy clarlcen, let the rain Fall,
'Cappy will smile through it all.
December 5, 1999-Graduate
A smile that lilce sunshine darts,
Directly into all our hearts.
August '17, 1930-Stenographer
Honest, true, and a willing hand,
One of the best pals in the land.
June 30, 1930-Happiness
Of all the pals that Doris lcnew,
The ones who ll forget her are very few.
July 524, 1930-Happiness
Though modest, shy, and very staid,
She s an out-of-doors girl, this little maid.
November 27, 1929-Happiness
She is a pal to all she meets,
And has a smile for all she greets.
June 5, 1930-Electrical engineer
A quiet little boy who, goes his silent way,
Anyone can see that he II reach the top some day
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July 31, 1928-Success
On roller slcates Dave loves to be,
And in school is good company.
March 11, 1930-Fashion Illustrator
She's loads of fun when with a mob,
Artist worlc will be her best job.
November 30, 1930-Happiness
For someone who's saying goodbye today,
It seems to us he's awfully gay.
November 30, 1930-Salesman
In his future he's sure to gain more and more,
As always he has done before.
CHRISTOPH, ALICE BETTY-Slceets
December 18, 1929-English Teacher
A jolly girl, with a ready smile,
To Icnow her really is worth while.
August 'I7, 1931-Medical Missionary
Popular, well-Iilced, for him the girls sigh,
But darned if we Icnow the reason why.
March 28, 1930-Graduate
As her future begins to unfold,
Sheill use the facts that she's been told.
January II, 1931-Graduate
Athletic stars thrill her thru and thru,
She's an enthusiastic student, too.
CLEMENT, GENE-.liggs V
April 19, 19529-Business
While Chemistry was his one pet peeve,,
Swimming fame he's sure to achieve.
August TI, 'l9Q9fMusician
Happy is this girl so sweet,
Now that her schooldays are complete.
July 6, 1930-Buyer
With Icnowledge in brain and sadness in heart,
Toward a successful future she's ready to start
March 6, 1930-Pilot
Bashful is he, well-dressed and neat,
A friendly chap with manners discreet.
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November 16, 1930-Occupational therapist
A happy, bright-eyed, cheery lass,
She loves to argue in P. O. D. class.
COMSTOCK, JOSEPH--Junior, Joe
June 16, 1929-Accountant
Accounting he wants to learn all about,
l'le'll be a success there is no doubt. y
April 91, 1930-Success
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November 28, 1930-Nurse
To be a nurse is her ambition,
1 Pretty, friendly, alvvays lcind,
1 A truer friend you ll never lind.
' March 17, 1930-Electrician
We hope this boy receives nothing but praise,
Happiness, and success the rest ol his days.
H CROSS, ROBERT-Bob
March '16, 1930-Builder
1 Bobs trumpet notes are silver clear,
' His mirth and wit, a joy to hear.
1 CROTTY, WILLIAM-Denny
October 22, 19Q9-Business
l"le's witty and handsome, a vvolll in disguise,
Y To an important place in lile he ll rise.
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March 25,1931-lnterior Decorator
A brilliant, versatile, darlc-haired lass,
Made up a hall year to be in our class.
February 8, 1931--Typist
This girl will surely go lar,
Shels always reaching lor a star.
November 16, 1930 A Success
1-ler dreams rest upon a cloud,
oh, so proud.
When she reaches them she'll be
DAVIS, PHYLLISA--Pee Wee
August 31, 1930 "Airline hostess
Deep within this girls soul,
Shes already set her luture goal
DE ARMENT, JOHN-Johnny
l'V1ay 6,1930 Y C, P. A.
l'le occupies the artists chair,
Not For his art, but lor his hair.
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September 7, 1930-College 2
Our Gene, he's a handsome lad, s
l'le's always happy, never sad.
DENNISTON, EDWARD-Bones, Ed
December 8, 1930-Family man
Our president, and most popular, too,
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DEL SANDRO, MARGUERITE-Margie
March '18, 'l93OkFlorist
A cute little girl who is bright, and whats more
She s graceful at dancing, and has talents galore.
DE MARTINO, ANTOINETTE-Ann
September 98, 7930-Acting
When we hear that giggle, we turn and see
This little miss as jolly as can be.
June Q5, 1930-Boolclteeper
Working at school will help her through,
But when there's sports, she'll be there, too.
DEWEY, EDWARD ALLENMEd
November QS, T929-Dry cleaning business
Slow in speech, but not in thought,
Those who lcnow Ed, lilce him a lot.
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March 'l8, 1930-Navy
l'le's always been popular before,
l'le'll surely be forevermore.
August 3, 1931-Success
A swell lcid-not many of her ltind.
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Shes the type of girl who's hard to Find-
August 99, 1930-Happiness
To her just living is quite a pleasure,
An outlook lilce hers is really a treasure
June 28, 1929-Success
Whether we tallc or whether we listen, I
We can always tell when this girl s missin
Dcember 9, 193OYSecretary
This merry, vivacious, smiling girl
Keeps many a boy's heart in a whirl.
June 29, 1930-College
Shes one of the best in this school year,
She brings much joy and lots of cheer.
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November '18, 1930-College
She's a little girl with a great big smile, l
Cheerful and happy all the while.
June 91, 1930-Pilot
This boy will 'Fly in the air,
l'lis name you Il find most everywhere.
FENNER, MARY LOU-Lou
April 93, 1930-Housewife
When with her, we feel right well,
Because this girl is really swell.
November "l 3, 1930-'Graduate
Bud is the one who brings us joy,
Happy-go-luclcy, thats our boyl
October 'lO, 1930-Boolckeeper
A large heart, a lcindly hand,
Une ol the nicest girls in the land.
l March 30, 1930-Private Secretary
l Today from her friends she must part,
With a little sadness in her heart.
May 'l4, 'l93O-D. D. S.
This rosy-cheelced lad of merry guise,
Well lilces the lassies, so we surmise.
March 30, 1930-Business
Through trouble, woe, or strife,
This boy won't lose his head or life.
July 828, 1930-Clothes designer
She's a girl from the country wide,
The l4ind ol pal you want by your side.
September 'l6, 1930-Business
Johnny is a ladies' man,
l'le Flirts with them where e er he can.
April 30, 1930--Carpenter
Quiet and just a ,little bit shy,
Still we thinlc he s one swell guy. i
February 27, 1930-Singer
l-lisltrumpet malces us swoon and sigh,
We re sure hell climb high.
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October '16, 1930-Beautician
Here is a girl who is never blue,
We hope that all her dreams come true.
January 28, '1929-Success
Bill centered lor our football team,
And the way he did it gained our esteem.
July '17, '1928-Singer
With a ready smile upon his lace,
Diclcs the kind ol pal who's hard to replace.
September '12, 1930-Chemical Engineer
Sure 'he and Diclc are a pair,
They re seen together everywhere.
July 23, 1930-Beautician
She wallcs with you by your side-
She does her worlc with great pride.
September 8, '193O-Lab Technician
Our l"lelen, so sweet, has wisdpm profound,
Where there's good books, she II be found.
August 29, 1929-politician
All the devilishness within,
ls betrayed by his constant grin.
April 15, 1930-Accordion player
She'll be successful in years to
May 29, 1930-Graduate
A popular girl, lull of lun,
Never gets a jolce until its done.
June 4, '1929-Buyer
This, girl wants to be a buyer,
We re sure shell go even higher.
September 29, 1930-Graduate
Her aim is to graduate- '
Can there be a happier fate?
November 23, 1930-Happiness
Peppy and jolly-always on the go.
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She's a lass vvho's really fun to lcnow,
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November 4, 1930-Occupational Therapist
Mal is always the life of a crowd,
You can hear them sing her praises aloud.
June 30, 1930-Happiness
To have a ,good time is her delight, '
She doesn t believe in studying at night,
September '15, 1930-Happiness
She's clever, demure, and very sweet,
To attain her charm is quite a feat.
November 'lO, 1929-Housewife
She will have you at her command-
ln fact all the people in the land.
May Q4, 1930-Secretary
A pleasant voice, sweet and low,
Shexs always rushing to and fro.
October 10, 1930-Nurse
Small, darlc, vivid-we plainly see vvhy,
Through the halls, she catches the eye.
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March 20, 1930-Nurse
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February '13, 1931-Boolclceeper
To all she'll extend a helping hand,
And so ahead of all she'll stand.
GRIMALDI, ANTHONY -Sunny
August 25, 1930-Lawyer
Qur Sunny always talces a dare,
And as lor jolces, he has his share. l
January '13, 1930-Livestoclc owner l
l'le's got a line that's hard to beat,
He can tell a tall story that's sure a treat.
October '13, 1930-Airplane mechanic
A jolce, a laugh, and maybe a song,
Little Billy is happy all day long.
April Q7, 1930-Secretary
She taps the typewriter- handwriting's "short"
She has a smile for all-she's a very good sport. l
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May 90, 1931-Bed Tester
This handsome fellow from day to day,
Does his friend-making power display.
February 19, 1930--Psychologist
Joan is a real gal,
Aslc her-she will be your pal.
March Q, 1930-Stenographer
With Shirley as a stenograrzher,
We re sure the bosses wil holler for her.
March 14, 1930-Travel
l-legs a boy we'll hear of again and again.
l-le s one of the greatest among great men.
January 17, 1999-Success
Because of this girl's high aim,
She s sure to become a famous name
December Q, 1999-Happiness
l'le's happy, today to graduate,
He hopes appiness is his future fate.
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HERTNER, MARY ALICE-Sharpy
June 8, 1930-Personnel Work
A smile worth while, a heart that's true,
A right good sport, and jolly, too.
July 13, 1930-Secretary
This pretty girl is ready to be,
The best kind of secretary.
August 13, 1930-Life Saver
Jeanne's one of our best sports,
Xxfe never find her out of sorts. '
November 18, 1929-Nurse
Chemistry was a subiect Fine,
She could do it any old time.
June 23, 1930-Boolclceeper
Al h - d,
Willff' iiilpiff iffflfrifli,
August 24, 1929-Farmer
Farmer, farmer in the dell,
Thats our Bob-we lcnow him well.
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September 8, 1929-Success
She has a, goal she's going to seelc,
She won t stop until she reaches the pealc.
December 9, 1930-College
He is a quite goocl-natured lacl,
No one ever sees him mad.
IVES, NORMA JEAN-Jeannie
September 29, 1930-Teacher
Always tallcing, always gay,
She chatters and chatters the livelong clay.
April 13, 1930--Business
He's a fun-loving Fellow but never-the-less,
He II be a success in some business.
October 93, 1930-Lab Technician
She goes on now to prepare,
So that a test tube some clay she can bear.
August '16, 1930-Secretary
She surely is nice to know-
'l'hat's our Terry-rightly so.
November Q4, 1929-Business
Wittiness, pleasantness, these are the traits
This athletic fellow shows to his mates.
November 99, 1929-Marriage
You can often fincl her in a quiet noolc,
Her nose deeply buried in her favorite
December 95, 1930-Success
She aims for success,
That she'll malce it is our guess.
November 29, 1929-Buyer
were always sure to hear her say,
Hi, pal, how are you today?"
HUMM, MARY ANN-Dimples
March 18, 1930-Interior Decorator
A happy-go-luclcy lass is she,
Interior decorating, her specialty.
Qctober 526, 1930-Travel
We. spur him on because we lcnow,
He II travel farther than we could go.
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September 21, 1930-Business
Ed's friends have come to find,
That there's not many of his lcind.
December 10, 1930-Business
A happier fellow we've never found,
There's always fun when he's around
November 13, 1930-Marriage
While all her soul just sings,
She ll climb the road to better things.
May 30, 193O-Happiness
Most of us feel awfully low,
Because we hate to see her go.
May 24, 1930-Detective
We hope that Margaret can live,
To complete her aim of detective.
February 8, 1931-Dressmaker
A position of dressmalcer, it seems,
l-las always been in all her dreams.
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May 19, 1930-Physiotherapist
She was the leader of our class play,
She worlced hard day after day.
April 29, 1930-Football coach
Of football, Diclc never gets enough,
This shows he's made of pretty good stuff.
May 23, 1930-Office worlcer
It seems to us you seldom see,
A girl as happy as she.
KERR, JEANNINE-Short-stop K
May Q3, 1930--Stenographer
She may be little, but she's awfully sweet,
To loolc at her is quite a treat.
March 5, 1930--Marriage
She's already left our class-
Now she s married-this young lass.
KESTNER, GLEN-Sears Roebuck and Kestner
December 13, 1929-Success
Great is this fellow, handsome and tall,
A sort of leader-ahead of them all.
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Aris is sure of her desire,
That is, she wants to be a buyer.
KINNEY, MARY LOU-Marty
When she says graduation makes her glad,
l-ler eyes look to us just a little sad.
September QQ, 1930-Chemist
An aspiring chemist he surely is,
He thinks that Evie is a whiz.
December 94, 1930-Success
Something makes us think it's so,
That Emma kind of hates to go.
. April 18, 1930-Secretary
As a friend she is the kindest,
A uv As a secretary she'd be the Finest.
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- l-le'll become the pride of the hation.
June 'l, 1930-Secretary
She beats it out on the typewriter keys,
l-ler work's the kind that will always please.
June '16, 1930-Housewife
She's not the type who likes to roam,
l-ler fondest desire is to plan a home.
g April 16, 1930-Stenographer
l-ler Flying Fingers cover the keys
Ot an Underwood with greatest ease.
November 9, T930-Nurse
Short in stature, but full of fun,
A nurse she II be when school is done.
April 3, 1930-Doctor 6
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KUBIAK, DOROTHY-Cookie 1
January TO, 1931-Office Worker of X
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June 8, 1930-To live
A love lilce his for life was never had,
By any other ambitious lad.
April 24, 1930-Businessman
ln this wide awalce lad ou're sure to find
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February 9, 1930-Stenographer
To reach her goal, this girl so sweet,
Would malce her life indeed complete.
October 15, 1929-Business
Now that it's time to graduate,
A lot of applause this girl should rate.
January 9, 1931-Business
On a business career he'll start,
Although from his friends he hates to part.
, January 30, 1931-Boolclceeper
Her lollcs were luclcy on that day
The storlc brought her their way.
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V' October 30, 1930-Graduate
Now here's a lass who is famed for her dancing
Erie's the place she piclcs for romancing.
August 7, 1930-Flutist
' Daily practice is her way,
Flute playing day by day.
Q by LEPICH, THEODORE-Ted
in i June 13, 1930-Travel
I 1 Y l'lere's a boy that has a line
LA A V g t I That will lighten your troubles any time.
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i ' November 27, 1930-Graduate
A ,A Johns a boy who's nice to know-
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April QO, 1931-Beautician
Though she loolcs so bewitchingly simple,
'lhere is mischief in every dimple.
Wavy hair, a lace serene,
Some day she ll malce a teacher keen.
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July 25, 1929-Travel
l-lis English isn't very good
Except when he is in the mood.
November 26, 1930-Fireman
Full of fun and jolly, too,
Lilces all sports, both old and new.
March 14, 1930-Secretary
Sweetly feminine is Louise,
Not by any chance a tease.
November 2, 1930-Travel
To travel is his greatest aim,
If l but could, l d do the same.
MARSH, RAYMOND-Shortie, Ray
March 13, 1930-Graduate
A bi , bold giant, as you can see,
Standi six feet two, or is it three?
MARTIN, BETTY JANE-Janie
September 2, 1930-Job
A osition of merit is h r n '
p e o e desire,
So in our school she gets all she ll require.
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February 22, 1930-Secretary
l-ler hair's a duslcy halo, brown.
Her friendships deep, with no let down!
August 16, 1930-Work
Franlc ancl open is his face,
He will be hard to replace.
February 4, 1931-College
She has sparlcling eyes and a sunny smile,
l-ler friends for her would wall: a mile.
.lune 12, 1930-Graduate
Singing-that's a pastime of his-
At this thing he's sure a whiz.
MAC PHERSON, JACQUELINE-Jacky
March 8, 1930-Happiness
Lively, vivacious, she's sure full of fun,
fills every moment, till daylight is done.
November 12, 1930-Medical Stenographer
She's early to study-
She malces a good buddy.
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November 'l0, 1930-Secretary
"Rah, Rah, Rah, Lions iightln
Shouts our Joan in her delight.
June 7, 1931-Success
A wrestler of note is this, our friend Ken-
l-le puts all his knowledge in how to defend.
July 30, 1930-Job
Joanie fills the day with cheer,
There s always joy when she is near
MATTES, DQLORES-Do Do
August 7, 1930-Secretary
Some secretary she will make, y
But, in the meantime, hearts she II break!
December 30, 1929-Aviator
l'le'll be flying high in a ilyin machine,
And that's all of him that wiligever be seen.
November 5, 1929-Musician
Ping, ping, the notes will Fly some day,
When this sweet lass will have her way.
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July 31, 1930-Storekeeper
A little, happy, bright-eyed boy,
ln him you see the picture of joy.
MC CRACKEN, PATRICIA-Pat
September 14, 1930-Housewife
A housewife hard at work will be,
Qur own mate, as you can see.
September 9, 1930-Businessman
Tall and handsome, honest, keen,
Nicest boy we've ever seen.
MC KINLEY, SHIRLEY-Shelby
August 23, 1930-Housewife
Dimples sparkle in her cheeks,
The good in all of us she seeks.
MC LALLEN, JOANN-Jo
March 31, 1999-Oiiice worker
She will not fool around youill see
A good Hstenogn she'll try to be.
MC LAUGHLIN, JACK-Mac
May '10, 1930-Work
Good old Jack, he wants to work,
At any job he will not shirk.
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A saxophone is what he plays
l-lis band will be famous one of these days
August 8, 1930-Floral decorator
Pearly teeth, a pleasant smile,
Tis s e who malces your life worthwhile.
MILLER, LOIS-Lo g
February 'l'1, 1930-Telephone Operator
Number please--you'll hear her say,
From early dawn till end of day.
July 19, 1930-Beautician
Your face she'll malce a thing of beauty,
And do it well, for that's her duty.
January Q, 1930-Pilot
A pilot flying in the air-
l-le lcnows not when, he lcnows not where.
October 19, 1999-Success
Success in life, that's what he wishes-
And nothing less can Fill his dishes.
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March 7, 1930-Success
Basketball seems to be his game
l-le sure does well-he II win his fame.
MC LAUGHLIN, SHIRLEY-Bunnie, Mac
March QO, 1930--Move to Alcron
Shirley wants to leave our town,
To Alcron City she is bound.
August '19, 1930-Job
The life of the party, she certainly is.
As forimalcing funny laces, she is a whiz.
MICHALAK, LlLLlAN-Lil, Lilly
February '14, 1930-Stenographer
This lassie's good material, too,
For secretaries good are few.
October 8, 1930-Stenographer
Typing and shorthand she can do,
For this, she II malce a stenographer, too.
June 25, 1930-Stenographer
Shes lull of lun, isn't she?
She's the kind of friend to be.
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November 26, 1930-Success ' K 'K
'lump-ti-di-dum, goes Geralds drum V
Be careful girls for here he comes.
Monss, PHYLLIS-Flip .4 A 'Q'
August '18, 1930-Nurse
When siclcness talces you, then it's worse, Y
If you doift have this splendid nurse.
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December 28, 1929-Doctors assistant
A swell laid-when she's around,
A nicer one cannot be found.
December 6, 1930-Ph. D. Degree
At typing he did very well-
"But chem," he says, "is mighty swell."
March 3, 1931-Lawyer .
A talented young musician is he,
A clarinet artist of the highest degree.
November 29, 1930-Stenographer
A popular lcid at twirling is she,
That s the way she'll always be.
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November 6, 1930-Secretary
Just mind your P's and Us my dear,
And you will find success, quite near.
NIETHAMER, GAlL-Sissy X i
July 28, 1930-Teacher
She's not as bashful as she seems-
To be a teacher is one of her dreams
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NOLAN, JO ELLEN-Jo, Red
August 10, 1930-Doctors receptionist
Modest, retiring, unassuming ways,
But thoughts of lcindness in all that she
July 20, 1930-l'lousewife
Shell do your dishes, sweep your floor,
And still have time to do some more.
N NOVELLO, MADELINE-Madge
September 3, 1929-Typist
Cliclc, cliclc, the lceys swiftly resound,
A typist famous and renowned.
November 20, 1930-College
If all the girls were lilce this lass,
Boy, we d have some senior class.
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September 'i 5, 1930-Beautician
Betty's always ready for lun,
But not until her homeworlcis done.
PELKOWSKI, MARGARET-Honey, Margie
November 'l2, 1930-Housewife
She and Evie malce a pair,
Lots of lun when they are there.
October 4, 1929-Stenographer
Her mincl is lull of wishes bright,
She studies hard, with all her might.
December 29, 1929-Success
A sunny smile for every day,
She loves to worlc, and tallc, and play.
April 22, 1930-Happiness
A nice little lass, so lcind and so sweet,
An armful of happiness, though quite petite.
PLAVCAN, MARY LOUISE-Lou
July 15, 1930-College
A quiet girl with a heart ol,gold,
On her gentle manners, we re all sold.
OHMER, MARY ROSE-Maymc
May 6, 1930-Housewife
A housewife gentle and so clean-
She chooses for her worlc supreme.
September 25, 1930-Doctor
Very attractive with darlc eyes and hair
l'le can bluff his way through 'most anywhere
May 20, 1930-Singer
l-lappy-go-luclcy, wherever she goes,
l-las a host of friends and not any foes.
May 2, 1930-Travel
Get a railway ticlset, friend,
Foreign lands, we recommend.
PALMIERI, LEOPOLD-Leo, Buddy
May 'l'l, 1930-Musician
Bucldy sure lcnows how to swim,
No wonder the girls all go for him.
April 3, 1930-Doctor
Angie's a typist, we all agree,
His worlc is perfect from A to Z.
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January 18, 1930-Stenographer
As cute as can be, and'as smart,
She, too, will worlc in business mart.
December 16, 1929-College
To further eclucation's call,
He ll always give his very all.
December 12, 1930-Success
Success in life no matter how,
She'll do her best, to lceep her vow
August 14, 1930-Medical Secretary
To do her bit in givin aid,
A doctor's helper is this maid.
November QQ, 1930-Secretary
Her ready smile, her merry wit,
Her ruddy loclcs sure malce a hit.
September 12, 1930-Pilot
It wasn't math that bothered him
lt was Miss Mong that made him' thin.
June 9, 1930-College
Away to college she will go,
And she'll malce good as we all lcnow.
RIEDER, RICHARD-Diclc, Ambitious
July 9, 1930-Business
A business man he will become-
A friend to all, much more to some.
RIEWALT, MARION-Rusty, Torchy
July 17, 1930-l-'lousewife
She's wide awalce and happy, quite,
She's very busy, day and nig t.
July 18, 1931--Job
She goes to school to get high grades
, And has a wit that never fades.
January 10, 1930-Forest Conservation
lLlere's a lad who's name is Diclc
At quenching Fires, he is sliclc.
February 3, 1930-Business
A business executive someday she may be
She'll be a success we all agree.
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November 1, 1930-College
To college, to college, we'll soon see her go,
ln summer or winter, in hail or in snow.
October 15, 1930-Radio Engineer
l'le's finished high school as you'll see,
Just stepping forth in highest glee.
December 4, 1929-Wrestling Coach
"Rosy" is a handsome lad,
Laug ing, happy, never sad.
July 26, 1930-Engineer
What a manl l"le's as bright as a sparlc
For he is our mathematics sharlc.
August 24, 1930-Secretary
A deslc, a pencil, and a pad,
A typist is her latest fad.
February 2, 1929-Nurse
1 She's loyal and true and good as gold,
y If you haven't found out, it's time you're told.
November 20, 1930-Horse-trainer
"A heart serene within whose cell
The peaceful virtues love to dwell." 1
August 16, 1930-Public Accountant
At water polo he's a sharlc
Watch him-he II always make his marlc.
May 9, 1930-Secretary
ln bright array, in two by twos,
Here goes Pauline, in typist's shoes.
August 29, 1930--Success
l'-le lceeps his figure trim and slim,
By spending hours in the Gym.
SCHAAK, LE DORA-Honey
February 11, 1931 -Secretary
Another trip to business life,
She'd malte for you a dandy wife.
June 23, 1930-Business
To business, to business to malce a career,
She Il bring lots of sunshine, your office to cheer.
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September 22, 1929-Graduate
"Happy-go-lucky, fair and free,
There is nothing that bothers me."
March '12, 1930-Millionaire
He has his jokes, he has his fun,
He really keeps you on the run
January 6, 1930-Secretary
Horticulture gets her down
But typing never makes her frown.
February 6, 1930-Comptometor operator
Dot is a whale of an adding machine-
To have a good job, on this subject she's keen.
September 25, 1930-Poultry farmer
Dancing feet, a gracious smile-
Just to know him is worthwhile.
August 8, 1930--Housewife
One can rely on this true friend,
The kind who helps to the very end.
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May 30, 1930-Travel
To travel in countries of famous men,
This is her aim, but l don t know when.
August 17, 1929-Marriage
lda's really on the level,
ln class she surely is a devil.
September 12, 1930-Accordionist
A great 'cordion player is what Jo would be
And l'd like .to hear him play that melody.
July 26, 1930-Coronet Player
One of the cutest at our school,
Lives up to the golden rule.
July 26, 1930-Success
Football got Bob a very good name
Keep it up, if thats your aim.
July 27, 1930-Manhood
He' wants to grow up as fast as he can,
We hope nothing stops him from being a manl
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June 9, 1930-Secretary
A willing worker is Dolores,
She ll ma e us proud for she s decorous
May 12, 1930-Stenographer
A "stenog," pleasing, sgritely, sweet,
ls our Sophie, can t e eat,
STEARNS, CAROL JEAN-Candy
August 23, 1930-Stenographer or Singer
This irl is a sin er of great renown
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STEBELL, FRANCIS-Surg, Frannie
August 29, 1929-Engineer
"Sarg" wants to be--at least so we hear,
.Some lcind of an engineer.
May 22, 1930-pianist
She'll pound the lceys till strolce of eight
And, this is sure, her happy fate.
June 5, 1930-Electrical Engineer
f-le'll fool around with 'lectric wires,
And get results from his desires. -
July 28, 1930-Success
A mighty Smith one day was Bess-
Because you see, she found success
August 8, 1930--Telephone Operator
"Hello, Hello! Number please?"
This cheery miss says with wordly ease.
SUPP, RAYMOND-Ray, Soupy
August 21, 1928-Manhood
l-le's a friend of yours and one of mine,
l"le's the fellow who'll always lend you
SOUTHWORTH, JOHN-Wacky n
November 12, 1929-Manhood
Our greatest wish could easily be
For a score of friends as nice as hel
July 21, 1930-West Point
Although quietness malces this lad,
l-le's as good a friend as can be had.
SPECHT, ROBERT-Bob, Spel:
October 14, 1930-Writer
A hard-working boy when he's at home,
But at school, his fancies often roam.
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January Q, 1931-Marriage
Eager, brilliant, versatile, too,
No taslc's too hard for her to do.
December 7, 1929-Banker
l-le's always lar lrom being sad.
l-le'll go far, this cheerful lad.
SULLIVAN, JAMES-Sully qt
February 90, 1930-College ,.
He jolces and laughs and will seldom frown,
Someday he will e a man of renown.
August 28, 1930-Commercial artist
A jolly lass with darlc brown hair
You see her smiling everywhere.
TANNEHILL, JANE-Janie V
November 18, 1930-College
We consider ourselves a luclcy class
To have such a jewel as this little lass.
July 122, 1930-Work
ln poetry we're pretty slow,
But here s for you one all a-glow.
November 21, 1930-Housewife
Oh, heclc, we can not say "good-bye"
To her, for tears bedim our eyes.
June 99, 1929-Obstetrician
ln Louie is found a wealth of humor
If you hear he s cross, it's only a rumor.
October 18, 1930-Housewife
Short and sweet,
And different to meet.
TOME, RICHARD-Spike, Elmo
January 7, 1929-Happiness
Tall and handsome and lull of Fun-
Full of smiles for everyone.
August 4, 1930-Success
l-le's fought for old Academy,
at So here's our wish, "Long live this 'He'
December 26, 1999-Secretary
She's a good sport, and fun to be near,
That's our Mitzi-lull of cheer.
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' July 9, 1930-Manufacturer
Though the teachers may get gray,
Cliffie stays forever gay.
VOGT, DOROTHY JEAN-Dot
November 1 5, 1930-Dentist Assistant
We'll miss this Miss of that we're sure-
But will this Miss, this Miss, endure?
November 29, 1930-Housewife
We lilce her smile, we hate her frown,
So wear that frown, dear, up-side-downl
January 5, 1930-Stenographer
This,girl is always hurring about,
She s hurrying to fame-we've no doubt.
June 93, 1930-Success
Stage crew is one of his school chores,
He puts up windows, walls, and doors.
June 25, 1930-Grocer
Eager to help you, nicest of pals,
ls this dark-haired fellow, fond, too, of gals!
August 14, 1999-Private secreatry
'Twas a happy day for one and all,
The day we met this cute, cute doll!
April '17, 1930-Stenographer
Lena is tiny, that we all lcnow,
When she s around everything s all aglow
May 17, 1930-Graduate
School's just trouble, toil and grind,
A diploma will lighten Eddie's mind.
May 12, 1930-Teacher
Such friendliness, such dignity,
Add to her popularity.
March 8, 1930-F. B. l. Agent
"Mr. l-lalelu hear him shout-
Especially when l'lale's round about!
December 8, 19528-College
Friendly, lcind, and thoughtful, too,
ls this lad, like him there s few.
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July 9, 1930-Secretary
Now that graduation's here-
Mary's always full of cheer.
WEISENBACH, RUDOLPH-Rudy, Skip
April 18, 1930-Forester
Continuing in friendships, that started long ago,
This faithful, fellow, we re proud to lcnow.
September '14, 1929-Travel
Darlc hair, darlc eyes, a wave or two
This lad will sticlc right close to you.
WELLS, JANET--Jen 5
November 16, 1930-Secretary Q
l-ler smiles cure the blues, on a rainy day
She always seems to be happy and gay.
January 27, 1930-Kindergarten teacher
Little packages bring the best,
That's Elaine-full of zestl
March 'l'l, 1930-Buyer
Ladylilte, polite and sweet
Dresses lilce a queen, so neat.
September 23, 1929-Secretary
"Without haste and without rest
Let me worlc and do my best."
June 21, 1929-Musician
Standing straigwht and upright, he,
Perfect in his istory.
June 25, 1930-Nurse
Dainty and charming, a pure sweet delight,
Never a moment that's dull, day or night.
November '18, 1930-College
l-le sits on the bench in time with the band,
l-le has the team ready, the towel well in hand.
April 2'I, 1931-Dress designer
We lilce them small, we like them neat,
These two nice things in her you'll meet.
, WOCHNER, ROBERT-Bob
February 24, 1930-Excitement
Now that his school days are gone,
Th-is fellow is ready to keep going on.
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Smarter than most of us is this bright lass,
She Il do her best to top our whole class. ,
WRON EK, JOSEPH--Joe, Duke
August 'l'l, 1929-Marriage l
This boy's plans are already laid,
He'll hitch up with a cute little maid. l
November 13, 'l93O-Photographer
ln her hands batons are twirling,
Skirts continually go swirling.
March 522, 1930-Secretary
"Winch" is the name ol this bright lass,
She ranks high in our senior class.
April 'lO, 'l93'l-Secretary
Of brains, loolcs, charm, three graces rare
This golden-haired lass has much to spare.
April 28, 1930-Housewife
Sunny face, a golden dream,
She is always in your scheme.
July 5, 1930-Travel
Each one has his own sweet charm,
This one views his with alarm.
r YEZZI, LUCY-Midgee
l May 4, 1930-Stenographer
l Fun to be with and lun to see
l That fits Lucy to a
l ZIMMER, Lois ANN-Lan
l January 'l, 1930-Medicine
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l'ler eyes are lilce the window pane,
So clear and sparlcling, lilce the rain,
February 'lQ, 1930-Success
Sugar and spice is my old pal,
L She sthe one for she's my gal
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January 96, 'i93'l-Success
To gain his friendship is our aim,
Martin Dugan-that's his name.
December '19, 1929--To reach my goal
l'le's a lad with charming ways,
Work with him-it always pays.
September '18, 1929-To have friends
This lad worlcs hard day and night
l-le's sure to have his worlc done right.
January 26, 1931-To be a manl
A happy-go-luclcy guy is he-
Thats our Bud-wait and see.
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June 24, 1930-Happiness
A ha py girl, a winsome smile,
Her liiendship truly is worthwhile.
Sparkling eyes of lovely brown,
She s the toast oi our big town.
April 8, 1930-Music Critic
A music critic is her aim,
Many have chosen this same game.
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The Academy High Varsity Football Squad has done it again!
The squad came through with another championship after a hard and decisive
struggle. Even when all seemed lost except the determination to win, the boys
fought and won important battles on the gridiron in a bid for the championship.
Prep surely knows this for the Lions beat them 8-7 by scoring two points in
the final minute. This was exemplified in the East-Academy game when the Lions,
after losing to Vincent, the previous Saturday 20-19, came back to defeat East Q0-0,
and regain a chance at the title which they eventually won.
On the whole the boys showed splendid co-operation and spirit. At no time
during the season, even though the backing was sometimes slack, did the boys lose
faith or give up. The enthusiam with which the boys worked and the progress they
showed in practice were factors which contributed greatly to the winning of the
championship. We take our hats off to a gallant, hard Fighting, championship team.
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The 1947 J-V football tied for the city championship with a city JUNIOR VARSITY City Series
series record of 6 wins, 'I loss, and 'l tie. They brolce scoring rec-
ords for J-V competition, both! for single games and for the season.
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The effectiveness of their defense is shown by the opponents total of Academy 39 St Vincent
7 points in city series. A d 'U39 E'
Quarterback Buddy Rowell directed the offense featured by Cd emyu' asf'
Franlc Engel's bloclcing and line-bucking and the passing combination AC5ClemY- -- 6 PWD- A - - -
of Rowell to fullbaclc Niclc Riazzi, center Richard Andrzejewslci, end Academy... 7 Tech. . . ..
Merle Lindsay and taclcles Richard May and Joe Siniclci were 'others Academy, , ,QQ St. Vincent
rated by Coaches Lewis and Ramsey as definitely of all scholastic rat- Academy 13 East
ing. Other outstanding players were Ferando, Andrews, Kenny, Fra- 'Qwg """'
cassi, and Bobango. These boys led an exceptionally large squad of Totals.. 143 I7
boys who should ably uphold Academy's honor on the gridiron
during the coming years.
1st row-T. Schwindt, D. Nielson, D. Balmer, D. Rosenthal, J. Fracassi, R. Ferrando, N. Riazzi, R. Andrews, R. Harrington, J
Sawtell, J Smoot, L. Trott, l. Rider. End row-C. Bobango, L. Ester, D. Brown, D. Kenny, F. Engel, R. Andrzejewslci, L. Rowell
J. Siniclci, J. Peters, R. May, M. Lindsey, J. Toran, R. Schumacher, W. Thorr. 3rd row-Mr. Ramsey, R. Heisler, R. Laird, J
Gifford, N. Slomslci, F. Cummins. R. Harpst, T. McCarthy, C. Beemus, R. Bruno, H. Elfman, E. Ballman, C. Harman, R. Kreider
C. Catania, W. Steadman, Mr. Lewis. 4th row--R. Carr, E. Mack, G. Johannes, L. Beers, R. Faber, S. Mintsiveris, R. Kennedy,
L. Brown, R. Warner, C. Hershelman, R. Hecldericlc, R. Drexler, H. Gouldthorpe, N. Walczalc, D. Wierbinslci, R. Oster, T. Borlcowslci
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HLHDENY CREP .sg
The Lion Cagers clawed out a great many victories this year.
Out of the 93 games the team played this year, they won 18 and
dropped only 5.
ln the First round of city competition, the only game the boys
lost was a 44-29 setback at the hands of a surprising Centaur outfit.
The action of this game took place on the Y. M. C. A. court, the
home court of Techl ln the Final game, we clinched the title by de-
feating Tech 43-40 at Academy,
Dick Kehl, our high scorer walked away with the high scoring
honors ol the city and district. The runner-up spot in both races
was taken by Ruggiero of Tech.
Other members of the squad who deserve comment are Len
McLaughlin, one ofthe Finest guards in the section, Russ l-lill, a bril-
liantoutstanding defensive player, Wacky Southworth, a boy who got
'hot' only once in a while, but always at the most opportune moment,
and last but not least, Jerry Burns, a cool player who more than
any one else helped to hold the team together and keep them on the
road to win alter win.
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Academy ........ 43 Warren, Pa. ....... Academy ........ Meadville. . , .
Academy ........ 38 Oil City .... Academy ........ Franklinn . . .
Academy ........ 43 Vincent .... Academy ........ Vincent ....
Academy ........ 59 East .... f .......... Academy East, . . .
Academy ........ 40 Dunkirk, N. Y. ..... Academy Prep ...... .
Academy ........ 40 Akron, North. ..... Academy Bradford ......... .
Academy ........ 34 Barberton, Ohio. . . Academy Olean, N. Y.. . . . . .
Academy ........ 31 Prep ......... .... A cademy Meadville.. . .
Academy ........ 49 Corry ............ Academy Corry. ...... .
Academy ........ Q9 Tech .... Academy Tech ........... . .
Academy ........ Ashtabula, Ohio. . .
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'ist row-J. Ward, R. Harpst, N. O'Camb, M. DeSanti, T. Cacchione, J. Smoot.
Qnd row-C. l-lershelman, J. Fish, R. Bruno, C. Bobango, M. Lindsey, W. Quick, L. Rowell, J. Clement, N. Riazzi.
3rd row-W. Collins, R. Oster, J. Metzler, R. Faber, W. Walker, G. Johannes, G. Stoll, W. Lander.
The J-V Basketball Team Finished tied with Tech for third place in the city series play. Prep won the city
series and Vincent won second place. ln Section l of District 'IO Cincludes Corry but not Prepb, the J-V s were tied
with Vincent for first place.
The Academy sophomores won only Q of their First six league games, but then Finished strong with four straight
victories, including Q wins over Corry on their home Floor Conly Erie Team to succeed in thisj, and the First win of
the year over the Prep Five.
For guards, Coach Lewis relied mainly on Buddy Rowell, John Fish, John Ward, and Merle Lindsey, with
Rowell or Lindsey jumping at center. Niclc Riazzi, Tommy Cacchione, and Jimmy Smoot divided duties at forward.
Quiclc, Bruno, Q Camb, l-larpst, De5anti, and Metzler led a group of capable reserves.
Academy ........ Q1 Wncent. .......... 31 ,
Academy ........ 21 East ....... ..... 1 9 ,lztcdjemyj """' ' GJb'on.ReSFNeS "" 19
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Academy ........ 32 Corry. ..... ..... 2 2 Academy ........ 35 Wesleyville Reserves 19
Academy ........ Q7 Tech ...... ..... 3 7 Qfdgsmv "'-'--- 93 ACdClCmY Reserves. . 36
Academy ........ 28 Vincent ........... 38 Academy """" 30 Lawrence perl' -FV 99
Academy 30 East 25 Academy """" kjwgnff park 'LV 99
Academy ........ 39 Prep. ...... ..... 2 7 Academy, ........ Q0 Lassrelxcg-Park J-V
Academy ........ 29 Corry. ..... ..... Q 5 Academy ........ 37 Meadville. ........ 16
Academy ........ 48 Tea. .... ..,.. Q 8 Afrddsmv -------- 34 Albion Reserves.. . .40
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Full of pep are our cheerleaders of Academy High. This group helped t h ' '
especially that never-to-be fofotten win oifer Cathediral PIrep,l 8-7. O C ur Us on to many vlctones'
is year our roaring ions not ony appeare at oca games but accompanied th f tb II
Kensington, Pelnna. and Warren, Ohio. They were also in evidence at basketball ames. e oo 6 squad
Mr. Hale, the faculty adviser, and Captain Mary Lou Marcella supervised the squad'
We're Proud of our cheerleaders for their sp endid co-operation toward '
owe them or their tedious practice after school composing new chee
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'lst row-D. Baker, J. Borkowslci, J. Devlin, R. Bianchi, N. Cyterski, D. Kline, C. Pellican, D. Baldwin, E. Cavicchio, P. Nenni J Fracassi
2nd row-R Weisenbach, Mgr. T Mc Carth R. K d J. F ' '
. , . y, rei er, isher, L. Herbstritt, E. Martin, D. Lehr, E. Sawtelle, L. Rudolph, C. Catonla
B. Guelcher, Mgr. 3rd row-R. Andrzewski, P. Burt, C. Hershelman, G. Ballman, J. Stahl, B. Volgstadt, H. Thomas, R. Gonzalez
C. Putnam, M. Harvey, H. Conner, N. Jackson, B. Yost, G. Clement. 4th row--E. Malaszelc, J. Winarski, P. Fraschetti, J. Southworth,
D. Nielsen, C. Rose, B. Ferrando, R. Harpst, G. Clark, D. Boyd, R. Schiefelbein, E. Denniston, L. McLaughlin. Sth row-T. Nowaczylc,
B. Harrington, D. Mattis,-G. Lindstrom, E. Deiner, F. Conant, J. Burns, R. Hill, R. Beaumont, J. Peters, C. Beemus, D. Barney, B
Cross. 6th row-C. Bobango, B. Davis, M. Rist, J. Danowslci, R. Andrews, R. Robison, R. Donovan, R. Kehl, R. Uhlman, H. Ellman, R
Matteson, C. Seiler, G. Grafius.
Absent when picture was taken: L. Brown.
The roaring, runnin Lions ol Academy, who placed Qnd in the city meet in 1947, will be out
to talce First this year. Len B!lcLaughlin, a two event city winner, will defend his titles in the broad-jump
and the 'IOO yard dash. Other lettermen baclc to help Academy claw out some victories are Diclc Kehl,
Diclc Robison, Ed Sawtelle, Julius Borlcowslci, John Stahl, Bob Uhlman and Bob Cross. Some boys
who have shown their progress in indoor traclc are Bud Martin, Gene Clement, Miles Harvey, Wacky
Southworth and John Danowslci.
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the Cross Country Team. The boys tiedb with East
lor the championship. The team lost only one meet
this year and that was to East. 36 to 37. ln Cross
Country, the team with the lowest score wins, so don't
be surprised if Academy always has the lower score.
The boys have to work hard. Every day after
school they run from 3 to 6 miles over tough terrain
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training the boys are expected to run the two-mile
course in less than 19 minutes and sometimes in less
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ship ol Mr. Balla, produced an outstanding runner in
the person of Douglas Boyd. Doug placed 9th in state
competition, alter taking First place in nearly all of
our dual meets. l-le is the second boy in Academ 's
history to accomplish the feat of "coming in" in the
First state ten. Doug is a sophomore and will be baclc
for two more years of cross country competition.
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The swimming team were not champions in the sense of winning more meets t an
anyone else but in the sense of being champions in their hearts and the hearts of all of
the students in Academy.
The boys brolce several school records this year. Among them was the medley
broken by the trio of Salvia, Reed and Sampson. Reed also broke the school record
for the baclc strolce. The team was hampered all through the season by the fact that
they had no diver. Jaclc l-lellwege, the regular diver, vvas unable to participate in
any meets but the last levv, as he was recovering from an operation. This lack of a diver
cost the boys 8 points in every meet.
Although the boys didn't win too many meets, they did break some records
in good time and we are proud of them in every way.
ist row-F. Salvia, L. Marlcham, J. Hellwege, J. Sampson.
grid row-D. Reed, R. Spector, T. Koenig, J. Thomas, D. Anderson.
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'lst row-L. Erickson, J. Williams, R. Specter, R. Sopp, R. Weisenbach.
Qnd row-J. Thomas, T. Koenig, C. Krueger, M. Rist, C. Kugel, Coach Milkovic.
3rd row-R. Stough, J. Strauss, L. Markham, R. Houck, A. Reed, F. Salvia
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Many times this year the boys and girls in the bleachers around the pool shouted loudly as Academy water
polo players made a score against an opposing team.
The sport ol hxlldfff Pcio that is olten called "legalized drowning" is really very clean as a foul will suspend
you from the game lor 5 minutes. The lzoys seldom touch one another though there are twelve boys in the pool
swimming with all their might lor a chance to score.
The Water Polo Team this year ended up in 4th place as they took Q meets, tied 'l, and lost 5. Next year.
Coach Milkovic will have very few returning lettermen, namely J. Williams, J. Thomas, and T. Koening. Any Academy
boys that are good swimmers are invited to come out for the team.
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Academy toolc the team title with 310
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Krueger tied for fourth place with .79
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'Ist row-D. Whiteman, J. Fish, D. Geisler, C. Krueger.
Qnd row-J. Smoot, Coach Swahn, J. Kissell.
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'lst Myron Wolf-Low .... 80
Qnd Dave Whiteman ....... 84
3rd Chuclc Krueger ........ 86
'lst Myron Wolf
Qnd Dave Whiteman
3rd Chuclc Krueger
4th AI Benning
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Dave Whiteman 38
Krueger and Whiteman
tied lor thirteenth place
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lst row'E. Shade, T. Lepich, G. Ruclcer, J. Shapiro.
Qnd row-R. Oster, R. Grieshober, J. Qlgin, I. Rider, Coach Balla
Last year the tennis team tied with Prep for the
City Championship. They had three wins and one
tie. Nate Jacobsen was' the only First-team member
to win all of his matches. All the boys on the first
squad graduated, the only returning letterman is
Jerry Shapiro. This year Coach Balla will have
a real job turning out a championship team, but
we of Academy are rooting lor him and hoping
he will do just that.
Each year, here at Academy, there is conducted
a tennis tournament. Anyone attending our school
is eligible to enter. Last year the winners of
this tournament were Jerry Shapiro and Guy Ruclcer
in the doubles. .lerry also was the singles champion
defeating Ruclcer, two sets out ol three. l-le is
also the only returning letterman of the team.
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Qnd row-R. Weisenbaclc, E. Barthelson, R. Kehl, T. Miller, W. Freeman, R. Tubert, R. Ferrando.
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All through the hot summer months a few boys
worlc to represent Academy in one ol our major
sports. These boys are members of our baseball team.
Although the boys receive little backing, they Fight
their hearts out on a dusty, dry diamond. The boys
worlc hard on the hot, sultry afternoons to win for us.
The baseball team won 7 games this year and lost
9. Prep toolc the city championship. Among the out-
standing players that will be returning are Dick Kehl,
Jacl: Christy, Eddie Denniston, and Rudy Weisenbach.
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This year our leaders in wrestling
Ray and Robert Stroup, loran,
Schneider, Rogers, Arndt, Longo,
Roseberry, Pancerev, Engel, Uhlman,
Matteson and others.
The wrestling team oi Academy
toolc 7 out ol 'l'l city titles this year.
The boys tied with Vincent for City
Championships beating them in their
last match to overcome a 6-'l to 7-O
Only a few of the boys will be
returning next year so any would-be
athletes are welcomed by Coach
Ramsey to join the "grunt and groan"
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J. Mowrey, S. Davis, G Schiller, F. Stebell, H. Connor, P. Lempiclci, R. Miller, B. Theis, P. Mellinger, D. Kennedy. 3rd row-J. Migliori,
D. Willard, E. Hayes, l. Jones, D. Murray, D. Holder, D. Robertson, B, Friedman, R. Scott, H. Anderson, J. Tong, D. Lester, D. Kliclc.
4th row!E. Kindle, D. Lehr, D. Wehn, B. Cross, D. Oless, M. Jaclcson, E. Frenlcel, G. Gibson, B. Brown, H. Forbes, 5th row-G Swahn,
E. Wexler, B. Bloeser, M. Wolf, A. Solcolowslci, J. Matczalc, J. Winarslci, J. Andrae, J. Morrow, R. Snider, B. Soder, J. Wasniclci,
D. Anderson, M. Kubialc, D. Brower, B. Cox, E. Stebell, J. Harris, P. Brower, M. Rizzo, K. McGill, J. Adiutori, V. Konzel, N. Heath,
M. Roesch, M. Schneider.
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Our band, has always been spolcen of as the most outstanding in the city. Mr. Howard Forbes, director,
has contributed much toward its reputation thru his excellent presentation of musical numbers. Our band is always
here to aid us in bolstering the morale ol the student body in rallies, at Football games, and in assembly programs.
Not only during football season is our band active, but also in parades, semi-annual concerts, and interscholastic
This year our band was proud to sport new uniforms which were purchased with funds received from various
Always First in thinlcing up new slcits, the Academy Twirlers' precision and maneuvering drills are on top.
A new black magic stunt was introduced this year by them, and also something new in the twirling Field is a comedy
act which only our Peggy Adams can perform.
You will all remember a group of talented tap-twirlers that were a high-light at the concerts and various
other performances. They were Barbara Cox, Pat Brower, Margaret Schneider, and Donna Brower.
During the football season, the twirlers joined the band to entertain the crowd before the game and at hall-
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1st row-E. Stebell, M. Migliori, D. Brace, D. Noe, C. Leemhuis, J. Fisher, D. Arndt, P. Burt. 2nd row-J. McMichael, G. Roth, D. Smith
R S E M ll J Mi liori D Willard R Reider H Hansen
J. McMann, D. Noye, S. Baumgartner, J. Vandermann, G. Burt, , tinson, . i er, . 9 , . , . , .
3rd row-A.Smith, M. Woodrow, J. Andre, R. Bianchi, Miss Schweitzer, J. Shatistall, B. Friedman, H. Anderson, D. Oless, G. Gibson
J. Culp, A. Kingsley, E. Maxwell, P. Gorenflo, C. Day, D. Penamon, M. Kurtz, E. Twiddy, R. Kendall. '
M SIC MASTER
The oldest musical organization at Academy is the
Orchestra which was started the same year the school was
The members of this group can be found every day
third period in the auditorium under the direction of Miss
On many occasions the student body is given the oppor-
tunity to hear the Fine music of this group. Some of these
occasions are class plays, Commencements, P. T. A. Open
House, and also at the two annual concerts, given jointly
with the band.
As a baclcground for further study in music or merely
as a source of pleasure, membership in the Academy Orchestra
benefits each musician in some distinct way.
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President .... Margaret Trimble gbbxk ff'
Vice President .... Carol Buehler PL?
Secretary-Treasurer ........ Pauline Nellis . fn! C"-1 M,
The fine performances of these girls at the half-times X e'.r
of football games and in parades are enthusiastically lauded I ' """""' 'T l
by spectators who are fascinated by the intricate, colorful "
drill formation and splendid music. The marching and drill ,V SL
combined with the fine music are under the capable direction ' ' c'
of Mr. Forbes.
Their bright blue and gold uniforms with sparkling
white shoes and soclcs are marlcs of freshness and neatness
which attract attention. 54
During the warm weather in the fall and spring, the H. lihzuin 4 ,
girls practice in the stadium every morning first period, but it fl
when the cold drives them indoors, drill practice and music S 'Z
are carried on in the band room.
The social activities of the Drum and Bugle Corps in- A D G
clude a dance and an annual banquet.
1st row4J. Marczalc, P. Zimmerman, L. Nagle, M. Wuenschel, B. Bloeser, E. Wexler. 2nd row-J. Walker, J. Kerr, V. Fromberry
L. l-lunter, D. Mingoy, P. Stinson, M. L. Pellman. 3rd row- L. Jordan, R. Padavoni, F. Krivonak, M. Benson, J. Bierbauer, M. Crozier,
A. I-lornyalc, E. Jeslca, M. Nicolo. 4th rows- M. Mclntyre, S. l-lershey, M. Miller, D. Kent, S. Frank, J. Wells, N. DeSantis, C. Leemhuis
5th row-M. Rawa, J. Morton, R. Carpenter, M. Smith, C. Buehler, P. Nellis, M. l-lertner, B. Wurst. 6th row-M. l-lenyoslce, L. Lang
M. Reclcer, J. Rocco, D. Spor, L. Scenaro, M. Trimble, A. Adams.
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1st row-l-l. Amsden, R. Sommerhoh, B. Oster, B. Grumblatt, T. Winlcoslci, G. Olgin, J. Fracassi, Mr. Grender. 2nd row-T. Murphy,
R. Schultz, N, Smialek, E. Jepson, D. Robertson, J. Metzler, R. Harpst, V.'Jacquel. 3rd row-B. Cross, J. Arndt, C. Roach, J. Williams,
S. Petroski, I. Rider, V. Capozziello, B. Fera, G. Swartzfager, C. l-loldsworth, G. Clement, N. Weed, B. Sherrer.
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1st row-R. Wygant, R. Orzechowslci, D. Cassidy, E. Toran, V. Miller, C. Gonzalez, D. Gifford, J. Guy, R. Zambroslci, D. Driscoll, R.
Baker, Mr. Grender. 2nd row-f-W. Kennedy, D. l-laynes, C. Maxwell, C. Amoroso, A. Achille, R. Warner, J. Samilio, T. Schwindt,
D. Goldsmith, R. Cubbison, B. Hilliard, D. Arndt. 3rd row-'l-l. Ellman, J. Arndt, P. Carpenter, W. Weber, P. Bailer, T. l-lodges, A.
Coluzzi, R. Mando, R. Schiefelbein, E. Ballman, M. Leberman, D. Rebman, L. Beers, F. lnlield, G. Anderson.
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Goldberg, L. Tarno, R. Arndt, L. Frame, J. Fish, D. Southwiclc. I I I '
WRENS AND WARBLER
Under the able direction ol "Pop" Grender, the Academy choir, consisting oi blended, mixed voices, has
brought enjoyment to all who have heard it. Besides participating in the annual spring and winter choral concerts,
this line musical organization sings at luncheons oi the Kiwanis, Rotary and other such clubs in Erie. The Choir in
recent years has made trips through Pennsylvania and New York State, much to the pleasure of appreciative audiences
who eagerly awaited their coming.
An unusual custom ol these singers talces place at the annual concerts when all former members ofthe Choir
in the audience are aslced to come on stage,and participate in the finale.
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1st row-L. Cameron, N. Zimmerly, L. Vogt, J. Mosier, T. Bogusy, E. Amsden, E. Grygier, N. lves, N. Heath, D. Farina, M. Papucci,
L. Molloerg, G. DiFonzo, J. Weaver, M. Hug. 9nd rowkl. Auch, M. Harrington, J. Luther, L. Schaaclc, G. English, A. Mastery, S.
Fisher, J. Shatlstall, D. Baranslci, M. Stough, R. Olowinslci, R. Rohan, M. Amsden, D. Syned, J. Nunes, L. Naughton. 3rd row-Miss
Schweitzer, J. Krayeski, J. Doher, V. Ficlcenworth, R. Wegmiller, J. Malinowslci, A. Foote, B. Butler, M. Garnow, V. Eller, E. Zimmer-
man, D. Patton, M. Ferrare, B. Sheatler, A. Scott, B. Larese, H. Bednarowicz, N. Flath, K. Harte. 4th row-H. Kavscalc, N. Curry, A.
Brown, H. Thunberg, A. Downing, L. Stein, A. Shackleford, T. Leplcowski, M. Plavcan, D. Dreger, R. Gigliotti, M. Jasinslri, N. Ness,
G. Peplanslci, B. Higgns, M. Smith, C. Fracassi, S. Fuhrman.
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The Student Senate is an organization established
for the purpose of preparing students for citizenship,
and to help give the student body a way to express
themselves collectively and freely. A,,V '
Officers are elected each semester. Each officer is required to have served in the Senate as the rep- 5 A gl
resentative of his home room for at least one semester X' X ' i
previous to his election. l'le must have acquired a fs. g N
minimum average of Nr ,
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new officers and senators. The gavel, a symbol of
authority, was made from a piece of wood from the l
famous old "Nia ara." 5 ' if '.,.... ,
The Student Senates Calendar consists of various AUI' in i l
activities-Annual Amateur Show, which displays rx ,..... 5 A'-..,
the hidden talent of Academy, dances, drives for the I ,:....
Red Cross, Community Chest and the March of Dimes. 2 ,5 V'
All this combined malces this organization outstanding X X
in our curriculum.
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1st row-J. Foht, B. Silver, l-l. Burgman, M. Migliori, M. l-lug, M. Cacchione, M. Beemus, J. Wolf, ll. Fuhrman, C. Dietrich. 2nd row-
J. Shaw, N. Adler, M. Del Sandro, J. Thompson, D. Nozig ia, M. Larson, M. Moore, L. Stubbe, A. Jobes. 3rd row-D. Weigel,B.
Martin, J. Pierce, M. Evans, A. Dunlap, D. Steinhauer, A. Scott. 4th row-E. Smith, M. Miller, R. Yentes, E. Christoph, L. Erickson,
J. Seelinger, J. May, J. Jordan, M. Daubenspeck, D. Kline. Sth row-B. Wurst, R. Kitts, G. Schiller, R. Anclrzewski, D. Krahe M.
Harvey, J. Justice, B. Rosenthal, F. Perry. 6th row-V. Boga, J. Gifford, B. Bloss, B. Wieczkowski, F. Brower, T. Mowery, D. Gifford.
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'lst row-B. Wieczkowski, J. Rohaly, J. l-lotlman, C. Stearns, l-l. Garrison, M. Wuenschel. 2nd row-T. Strobel, G. Neithamer, M. L.
Plavcan, A. Kingsley, R. Heisler, D. Csencsics. 3rd row-B. Slater, S. Sell, L. Zimmer, J. Tannehill, B. Wurst, B. Mallits. 4th row-D.
Tucker, E. Christoph, C. Krueger, A. Reed, J. Willow, J. Polancy, R. Kitts.
The National Honor Society at Academy has been in
existence lor. the past ten years, and during that time has
earned the respect ol the school. . g i
A member ol the National l-lonor Society must maintain
, "a",, 1 'Q ,PQI Eff and encourage high standards of Scholarship, Character,
' "lA ' Leadership, and Service. lnduction ceremonies are held in
' December and again in May. ln December, during a very
r -,,- ' """"' impressive program, twenty-two pupils were tapped by
q g.: q..'., jgjgig -i.", I ,,V,,,,,V,,,, society members and formally inducted. Later these new
N' .t,:,W 1, .'-i iff: Q15-'f.'.2 a-l'-"' 1 ' ,.,, .V members were initiated with a propriate rites at the YWCA.
. ,. 1 "'- ""' ' ' ,-33,5 ,',, Each year one of the l-lbnor Society Chapters of the
i "4', fg..E5.,ig.1g ',,,,'- :I local high schools is host to the other chapters at an annual
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'N .,,. N-SSN C 8 Faculty advisers are Miss Mong, Miss Loclcwood, Miss
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Seated-F. Cummins, M. Woodrow, F. Christoph, V. Gwinn, C. Marthinson.
Standing-Mrs. Steimer, B. Love, J. Sechrist, T. Strobel, D. Malm, C. Nystrom, L. Zimmer, M. Ward, Mr. Aclcer.
F UIIIN' ANI! FIGHT! '
President .......... Eugene Christoph
Secretary ..... Virginia Gwinn
Treasurer .... ...... M yrtle Woodrow
Bus. Mgr. ......... Charles Marthinsen
Although it is less publicized than most organizations,
the Academy Debating Society is an extra-curricular activity
that is a challenge to the intellect ol those interested in
Debating provides an opportunity lor those wishin to
participate in stimulating argument ol a current topic. This
earithe topic was "Resolved That the Federal Government
Eequire Compulsory Arbitration lor all Major Labor Dis-
Debating develops such slcills as organization, sell-
conlidence, and accuracy. A debater learns sell-control,
reasoning the incentive to do research worlc, and to present
his speech in a poised manner.
As a member ol the Lake Erie Debating League, Academy
tool: part in the lollowing inter-scholastic debates.
Feb. 6 Academy at Lawrence Park
Feb. 13 Academy at Millcreelc
Feb. Q0 Wesleyville at Academy
Feb. Stron Vincent at Academy
March 5 Academy at North East
March 12 Girard at Academy
March 19 l-'larborcreelc at Academy
This eventful season ended at Allegheny Colle e,
April 30 and May 1, where Academy participated in a lilve
round tournament along with members ol the Lalre Erie
Debating League and other teams ol Northwestern Pennsyl-
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The library that functions ro erly rs truly the center of
the school ltis available to al w o would use it for further
study or for pleasure reading A library atmosphere is desir
the user and the staff
Use ofthe Library first semester
Use of library by pupils from class ..... 3 165
Use of library by pupils from study hall 15 942
Classes using library C30 ...........
Classes receiving instructions Q9 ....
Before and after school ..... ....... 8 O70
Total number of users ............... 28 172
Whoever chooses to become a library monitor offers
a valuable service to her school, their library and to herself.
ln thus offering her services, the library assistant receives im-
measurably in return. She soon learns the extent of the bool:
collection and its location. She lcnows how to find further
references in magazines and files and thus enriches her own
libra experiences. What she learns in school carries over
to co lege or to public library worlc '
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1st row-J. Weber, S. Hirt, L. Perry, M. Duetsch, S. Yartz, R. Miller, W. Plavcan, C. Torelli, R. Davis, L. Hale, P. Snauffer, D. Gifford.
2nd row-M. A. l-lurnm, M. Nicolia, G. Kugel, S. Smith, J. Roots, N. Baker, J. Culp, E. Frenkel, G. Olgin, B. l-leaverly, J. Schultz,
Ward. 3rd rowvlf. Gamble, F. Fox, M. Struchen, l. Zimmerman, A. Foote,'R. Olowinski, D. Burger, C. Parker, D. Shallop, J. McMichael,
T. Lepkowski, E. Butler, J. Gerard, R. Miller, L. Erickson 4th row4N. Wingerter, l. Tammaro, M. Novello, J. Sechrist, W. Lindsley,
M. Rizzo, R. Fischer, B. Fritz, E. Helfand, A. Gabin, T. Rogers, J. Williams, R. Cross, M. Lindsley, W. Kuhne, L. McGarvey.
President .... . Lloyd McGarvey
BA ll Secretary ..... Sema Lancet
" Treasurer .... ..... T om Rogers
zll Never before has a youth organization reached
such a peak in membership as the Junior Red Cross,
,,,,.,, which boasts a proud mark of over 35,000,000.
-. VIIZZV W..1b..l I To aid in every way possible is the purpose of
the Red Cross.
Academy has always taken an active part in cam-
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-1-i-1'i--s"' i -' X paign with a movie depicting the work ofthe national
if lgll H organization. Funds received this year exceeded two
4 'Q "'t' 5- f'gq' Miss Weschler and Miss Kaste are the advisors.
U' Projects for the year included making stuffed toys and
if gift boxes lor St. Vincents' l-lospital, ash trays, ping-
- ' ' pong tables and checker boards for the Vets Hospital,
2 l -F and pajamas in sewing classes.
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The "Academy Star" launched another
of its successful years under the editorship
of Harvey Shapiro and Betty Jane Martin.
During the first semester Mr. Carl Radder
guided the publication of the "Voice of
Academy" which reached a maximum cir-
culation ol 1950. The only setbaclc was
the cut from a six to a four page edition
because of the paper shortage.
The second semester saw only one new
lace, that of Mr. Robert Aclmer, advisor.
As the present staff was sufficient to run a
lour page paper, no new members were
Activities ol the year included two
assemblies and subscription campaigns. The
fall assembly consisted ol the page members
dressed in sheets pleading their cases to a
stern St. Peter. The Star Circus was the
theme of the second semester program,
complete with a lat lady, snalce charmer,
and a wild man. Other features of the
year were a dance, a Scholastic Press
Banquet, and a spring gathering of all the
Erie school statfs.
1st row-J. Spaulding, J. Donovan, P. l-louclc, C.
Shapiro, B. Slater, G. Linder, J. Kasper. 3rd row-
Maxwell, Mr. Padder. 4th rowfJ. McPherson, R.
Schmidt, J. Shapiro, S. Matuscilc. 2nd row-BL. Zimmer, H. Garrison, J. Mink, H
L. Milcolajczak, E. Krainski, R. Alloway, D. Sanner, E. Christoph, J. Tannehill, H
LYNN, B. Wieczkowski, M. Ward, A. Gesler, B. Martin, A. Jobes, S. Gouldthorpz
I ll I , , , -.- .,., , -. ...... ...... .,,, V. rv .-1. guy, J. iuiuiuglllll, D. lVldfIIfl, IT. YDOCDIX, RJ. Lil'ldCl',
J. Kasper, V. Krivonak, T. Mowery. 3rd rowfC. Zygmont, A. De Martino, N. Ives, L. Hartman, M. Crozier, B. Lewis, J. MacPherson,
D. Auch, S. Franke, D. Burkett, M. Cacchione, H. Comstock, M. Barr. 4th row-Miss Bortner, V. Harned, G. Niethamer, S. Anderson,
A. Hornyak, M. Del Sandro, J. Crowe, E. Lewis, M. Woodrow, L. Zimmer, M. Trimble. 5th row-B. Behan, S. Goldfarb, C. Leemhuis,
J. Rocco, R. Padavoni, F. Krivonak, L. Gorenflo, B. Wurst, M. Wuenschel. 6th row-L. Jarzynka, A. Gabin, M. Scheloske, S. Lon o,
G. Linder, R. Smith, J. Mink, P. Ferrick, M. Brown, A. Kuhn, N. Wingerter, R. Gram. 'lth row-YE. Light, L. Maras, M. Wehner,
Novello, E. Tate, B. Slater, M. Weber, E. Krainski, H. Kavcsak, C. Fracassi. Sth row-R. Gunther, C. Andrews, M. Becker, J. Curtis,
N. Ladig, B. Wieczkowski, N. McMichael, L. McKeel, N. Babe, G. Burt, M. Heynoski, M. Pelkowski, E. Pistory. 9th row-H. Garrison,
M. Garnow, E. Amorose, V. Alward, R. Zimmerman, P. Adams, T. Jaroworski, C. Bednarski, D. Cornelius, A. Kingsley, J. Hoffman.
10th rowYJ. Eldridge, J. Martin, J. Rohaly, M. Plavcan, S. Sell, M. Wright, B. Hatch, T. Baranski, D. Koetz, J. Wells, M. Hertner,
R. Heisler. 11th row-R. Gigliotti, J. Marczak, M. Metz, F. Brower, P Tuck, R. Stinson, C Stearns M. Sonntag, S. Dubinski 12th
R. Williams, M. Humm, M. Hammama, M. Wuemscmei, L. Nagle, M. kamsz, M. Schmitt, v. Kelsey, N. Elmer, N. Karim, D. shielcigwrx
JR. GIRL RESERVES
1st rowfD. Samilio, E. Geiger, A. Fromknecht, J. Fromberry, L. Lucore, M. Smith, J. Erickson, S. Kent, J. Ulrich, N. Sims, S. Phillips, C.
Ziegenhine, A. Di Tulio. 2nd row-D. Denning,'D. Bartone, C. Grieshober, S. Vogel, M. Di Marco, H. Maxwell, A. Litz, C. Brown.
3rd row-AY. Miller, J. Smith, G. Kugel, D. Fuhrman, C. Chiota, S. Achille, P. Gordon, V. Guy, J. Bailer, H. Hill.. 4th row-S. Carlson,
H. Kilgorski, J. Culp, M. Gloystein, A. Farina, F. Batistello. 5th row-M. Guilford, S. Guyer, A. Hamilton, P. Loesch, N. Adler, L.
Schuschu, G. Serafini, D. Brower, R. Guarino, M. A. De Santis, F. A. Stumpf, E. Duke. 6th row-G. Harmon, J. Shaw, S. Smith, M.
Stevens, D. Nicolio. 'hh row-L. Ruiini, R. Vitelli, B. Servideo, P. Greene, W. Rainey. 8th row-J. French, V. Brown, S. L. Litz, M.
Harvey, M. Meyers, M. A. Keller, N. E. Irost, C. Caracciolo. 9th row-A. M. Salters, N. Michaels, M. Genck, J. Schaack, D. Spathis,
C. Parker, N. Robertson, D. Bartone, M. L. Meyers. '
. 10th GRADE GIRL RESERVES
w-N. Heath, B. Bloeser, E. Landber , L. Conn. 2nd row-J. Whittlesey, E. Sitter, R. Trimble, P. Ulrich, J. Malinowski, B.
Bzldgvin, J. Valentine, M. L. Swarner,1G. Wglf. 3rd rowvG. Di Fonzo, M. Kurtz, G. Fonzo, A. Konty, P. Peterson, G. English, M. Rawa,
M. Amsden, D. Brace 4th row-Miss Stull, J. McMichael, J. Sandstrom, J. Hartwell, H. Thunberg, A. Ricci, S. Baldwin, B. Faust, J.
Nunes. Sth row-'M. Schriefer, M. McDonald, S. Roberts, P. Wuenschel, M. A. Rutkowski. 6th row-N. Kuntz, C. Konnerth, M. Papucci,
N. Nass, E. Amsden, M. Breter, L. King, J. Hagmann, J. Garnow, V. Boga. 'lth row-L. Jordan, D. Leingang, R. Smith, J. Schriever,
B. Hall, N. Peplinski, B. Smith, J. Koen, L. Alwens. 8th row'B. Caldwell, . Baker, L. Stein, D. Shallop, D. Grygier, B. Sopp, A.
Masteri, D. Doran. 9th row--L. Naughton, M. Morton, D. Auch, J. Mosier, D. Bohrer, R. Fischer, J. Heinlein, B. Larese, B. Rieder.
10th rowa-R. Goetz, M. Hug, C. Parker, M. Stough, M. Sawdey, P. Gorenflo, M. L. Maher, B. Higgins, R. Bowersox.
11th GRADE GIRL RESERVES
1st row--M. Daubenspeck, J. Stiener, B. Bellvere, L. A. Stubbe, R. Yaple, J. Berchtold, B. Manning, C. Martin, C. Gordman, I.
Przybyszewska, B. Herbstritt, R. Januleski, D. Frum, R. Lyne, M. Larson. 2nd row-Mrs. Wardell, C. ScheFfer, M. Pieper, M. Bender,
J. Gorenflo, L. Valimont, T. Lombardo, K. Gray, A. Piatkowski, H. Gorski, J. Cantor, N. Henk, B. Love. 3rd row-J. Malory, D. Farina,
V. Gwinn, J. Schuwerk, H. Toilinski, L. Fenton, R. Yentes, J. Tech, L. Montigny, C. Heuer, E. Schmieder, D. Isenberg, 4th low--J.
Stohlman, A. Ellis, M. Deutsch, B. Crocker, M. Baldwin, C. Green, E. Langowski, C. Windsor, N. Szumigala, M. Krieder, J. Krayeslci.
5th rowfW. Lindsley, C. Buehler, A. Wood R. Olowmski, M. Benson, H. Bednarowicz, L. Dickson, L. Pulling, M. Kubeja, D. Coudriet.
H. Burgman. 6th row- P. Nellis, S. Lindstrom, S. Gallagher, J. McCullough, F. McCrilIis, J. Allison, J. Anysz, l. Mrozowski, M. A.
Regal, B. J. Law, P. Bernardini, C. Nystrom. 7th row-A. Jobes, B. Connoley, J. L. Johnson, C. Swarner, C. Anderson, A. Case,
E. Borkowski, T. Wronek, R. Grymaszewski, N. Flath, P. Boniger, L. Hunter. 8th row-M. Roesch, A. Gesler, F. Seeley, D. Stout, C.
Davis, G. Zaunneger, l. Adams, M. M. Adams, M. Ferrare, W. Szymanowicz, M. Kubiak, E. Jeska. 9th row-J.. Chianello, N. DeSantis,
V. Pohl, I. Tammaro, J. Roumfort, E. Stebell, M. Radov, M. Struchen, l. L. Boyd, J. Finney. 10th row-F. Migdal, C. Migdal, M. White,
D. Pinzak, T. Rawa, F. Ziegler, J. Winarski, J. Bradbury, F. Fox, M. Robinson. 11th row-R. Flaherty, R. Alloway, D. Eicher, M. Ward
B. Deuvall, S. Gouldthorpe, M. George, H. Schlesinger,
J. Lowry, N. Schick. '
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'lst row-P. Monroe, D. Hubert,
Mr. Bright, B. Voltz, N. Weed.
Qncl row-P. Hilliard, B. Fera, J.
Bannister, R. Hubert, D. Tacone,
'lst row-D. lmler, M. Cacchione, E. Pistory,
M. Peclcowslci, B. Wieckowski.
Qnd row-R. Heisler, R, Gunther, R. Zimmerman,
F. Krivonalc, E. Krainslci, A. Phoenix.
3rd row-l.. McKeel, J. Hoffman, D. Cornelius
l. Hill, J. Root, C. Stearns.
'lst rovv-L. Herbstritt, E. Christoph,
J. Jehle, R. Weisenbach, M. Talloer,
Qnd row-W. Wagner, R. Kreider,
A. Thompson, C. Kugel, M. Rist.
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Qnd row+fJ. Diclc, B. Love, B. Herbstritt, R. Januleslci, D. Migdal, G. Wolf, B. Bloesser, J. Anyze, E. Beneclci
H. Comstoclc, E. Stebell, P. Brower, D. Cugnin, J. Crowe, J. Crowe, S. Gallaher, M. Swarner, S. Linclstrom
3rd row--V. Alward, M. Young, J. Curtis, D. Christoph, G. Jaslciewicz, M. Benson, R. Boddy, B. Hess, M. Metz
M. Wright, E. Dudenhoehfer, L. Maras, P. Gunther, J. Johnson, J. Shatfstall, L. Schaaclc, J. E. Nolan, R. Robinson
4th row-R. Gram, M. Trimble, L. Michalalt, S. Anderson, P. Morse, E. Lewis, P. Sanford, E. Bechtel, J. Krayeslci
J. Mallory, J. Hermann, D. Wolf, M. Schneider, A. De Martino.
The service groups of Academy are especially
appreciated because they give up a period of their H
school day to malce facilities available to the other
students. The Monitors are depenable pupils who
lceep order in the halls. The Stage Crew arranges f
scenery for student productions and operates the '
stage lor auditorium classes. The Projectionists
operate the motion picture machine for educational
Films during class periods. The Mimeo Shop is com-
posed ol girls who type and mimeograph tests, "7-'ft
study sheets, and daily announcements lor student
use. Without the help of these people our school i Et
days would not run so smoothly.
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Battle, Dora ....,.,
Berchtold, Clarice. .
Beringer, Karl ......
Bierbauer, James.. ..
Boldt, Marilyn .....
Brunner, Kenneth. . .
Brunner, Robert .. .
Bufalari, William ....
Burkett, Dolores. . .
Cacchione, Mavis.. .
Carlson, Shirley ....
Carr, Virginia ......
Cochran, Dorothy. . .
Cohen, Gerald. ....
Cornelius, Dolores. .
Cote, Bernard ......
Csencsics, Dorothy. .
Denning, Patricia. . .
Driscoll, Jean ..... .
Dudenhoeffer, Donna .....
Erickson, LeRoy .....
Fearn, Katherine ....
Fitzgerald, Eileen. . .
Fracassi, Carmella. ..
Franke, Robert ......
Friedland, Rachel. . .
Fuhrman, Charles. . .
Gabin, Adele ......
Gibbens, Edward. . .
Gibson, Gordon.. . .
Gleason, Richard ...
Goldfarb, Sally .....
Haise, Lois .......
Hawley, Kathryn.. . .
l-leadlund, Jack .....
Heisler, Ruth .......
Honard, Kenneth. . .
Houck, Richard .....
Huckelberry, Jean. .
Houck, Richard.. . ..
lmler, Dorothy ....
Jantzer, Jack. ..... .
Johnson, Wesley. . .
Kavcsak, Helen .....
Kennedy, Richard. . .
Kingsley, Alice .....
Knapp, Howard. . ..
Koeppel, Kathleen. .
Kosicki, Angeline. ..
Krolak, Martha. . .
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749 East 33 St .....
195 West 16 St .....
243 East 22 St. ..... . .
4505 Old French Rd . . .
309 96 Stl ....... ,. .
238 East 31 St. . ..
9506 Myrtle St .....
890 West 23 St .....
1149 East 26 St .......
1430 Patterson Ave .....
1015 West 93 St. .... .
2650 Poplar St... . ..
4031 Pine Ave. ....
344 East 93 St. . . .
1834 Butfalo Rd.. . ..
9717 Wayne St .....
242 Gridley Ave.. . .
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921 East 29 St ....
261 East 22 St. . . .
139 East 24 St. .... .
9839 Pine Ave. ....... .
4004 Trask Ave. ....... .
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9495 German St. . . .. . ..
1092 East 37 St.. .. .
1708 Peach St.. . .
19 East 99 St .....
115 East 94 St..
943 East 31 St.. ...
936 East 39 St ....
1039 West 29 St.. ..
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135 West 41 St .....
1817 West 9 St .......
807 East 91 St. ........ .
9815 Pennsylvania Ave. .
9316 French St .......
149 East 36 St ........
9630 Van Buren Ave ....
310 West 96 St .......
9036 Eastlawn Pkwy.. . . .
310 West 96 St .......
416 Stafford Ave... .
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310 West 29 St .....
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Linder, Shirley .....
Long, Stuart. .... .
Longo, Sandy ....
Lupher, Richard .....
Marcella, Mary Lou.
McKeel, Lois .......
McLean, Owen. . . .
Mink, Jacqueline. ..
Moore, Robert .....
Myers, Rose. .... .
Nanni, lrene .....
Naugle, Viola ......
Nicolia, Mary ....
Nimmo, Jean. ..... .
Pellman, Mary Lou. .
Phelps, Marilyn . . ..
Phillips, Charmaine .
Piccirello, Anthony .
Polancy, Jack ......
Reed, Arthur ......
Ricci, Adelaide ....
Root, Janet ........
Rosthauser, Donald. .
Shelter, George ....
Scheloske, Mary Ann
Schumacher, Don . . .
Schwartz, Jerome. . .
Seawright, Frizelle . .
Sell, Sue Evelyn ....
Shampoe, Clayton . .
Shapiro, l-larvey. . ..
Slater, Elizabeth ....
Smith, Ruth ........
Sonntag, Mary Jean.
Stadler, Jean . . .. ..
Steinhauer, Dolores .
Storrer, Harold ....
Sundberg, Eugene ..
Sutch, June ........
Tate, Elva Jane .....
Teubert, Richard ....
Thompson, Russell . .
Tucker, Donald .....
Varo, Sam ........
Voltz, Bradford .....
Weigel, Joan ..... .
Weindorf, Donald ..
Yentes, June ......
Yezzi, Robert ....
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149 East 91 St.. ..
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399 West 17 St .....
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2709 Brandes St.. . . .
3116 Plum St.. . ..
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999 West 30 St. .. ..
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535 East 7 St.. . . .
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139 West 19 St. . . ..
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1861 East 18 St. .
991 East 21 St. . ..
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937 East 31 St. . ..
9209 Parade St. .. ..
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Behan, Betty .......
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Brunson, Gerald .........
Brzozowski, Casimir ......
Bubrzyk, Lottie .... . ......
Buoy, Mary Ann.. ..
Burt, Grace ....... .....
Byrd, Rose Marie ........
Cairns, James ...........
Capozziello, Vincent .....
Centner, Robert. ...... .
Cherrie, Emily .....
Chico, Jean .............
Christoph, Eugene ..... . .
CianHocco, Geraldine ....
Clement, Gene ..........
Clinton, Dorothy. ....... .
Collins, Mary. . ...
Comstock, Hazel. . ..... . .
Comstock, Joseph. . .
Conner, Clarence. ...... .
Cramer, Marilyn .........
Crandall, Robert .........
Cross, Robert ......
Crotty, William ....
Crowe, Jean.. .
Crozier, Marilyn. ...... .
Curtis, Jean. . . . . . ..... . .
Q 908 East 93 St .....
9307 Peach St.. . . .
134 West 96 St ......
1690 West 13 St.. . ..
835 East 99 St. ..... .
1897 Linwood Ave ....
735 East 91 St. ..... .
798 East 99 St. . . ..
933 West 99 St ....
1916 Myrtle St. .... .
4960 Harding Dr.. .
111 West 90 St ....
790 East 30 St .....
9906 Walnut St ....
916 East 91 St .....
990 East 99 St.. . ..
1199 East 97 St .........
9686 Poplar St. .............. ..... .
1909 B Apt. 4 Buffalo Rd.
9003 Franklin Ave. . .. . ..
1901 East 99 St ......
945 West 16 St ....
151 West 18 St ....
659 East 31 St.. .. .
Carr, Davidf ............
Centner, Richard .........
.659 East 31 St.. .. .
9930 Parade St. .. .
419 West 18 St ........
3197 Zimmerman Rd ....
9696 Brandes St. . .. .
319 West 17 St ....
9006 East 16 St ....
9199 State St ......
3198 Marvin Ave ....
3198 Marvin Ave. . . .
1959 East 93 St ....
9601 Pearl Ave.. ..
1030 West 98 St.. . ..
131 East 36 St. .... .
951 7 State St ........
. . . .X1 9-348
. . . .oe-592
... . .93-994
. . . . .62-548
. . . .C55-363
... .X1 1-195
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. . . . .79-103
.. . .X1 Q-404
. . . . .95-459
. . . .x1Q-529
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. . . . .40-941
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. . . . .oo-196
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, . . C59-430
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. . . . .05-148
. . .W99-357
3090 Elmwood Ave ....
.9116 Perry St ..... ..
1159 Buffalo Rd...
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Daugherty, Norma .....
Davis, Phyllis. ....... .
De Arment, John .....
Deiner, Eugene. ..... .
Del Sandro, Marguerite
De Martino, Antoinette. . .
Denniston, Edward ....
Deptula, Florence .....
Dewey, Edward ......
Dietrich, William ......
Driscoll, Dorothy. .... .
Dubinski, Stella .......
Dudenhoeffer, Elaine. .
Eldridge, Joyce .......
Elmer, Nancy.. . .. .. .
Engel, Doris.. .. .
Felix, Harold .........
Fenner, Mary Lou.. . ..
Fera, Gerald ....... .
Ferrick, Pauline .......
Fiedler, Patricia.. . ..
Fiero, Jay. ....... .
Finley, Thomas. ..... .
Fioretti, Robert ..... .
Fisher, Joyce. .... .
Flaugh, John. .... .
1051 East 95 St .....
R. D. No. 4 .......... ....
916 East 38 St. Blvd. .... . .
613 East 99 st ......, .
415 West 96 St ......
131 Belmonte Ave .... . .
914 East 99 St ......
3111 Auburn St. . ..
390 East 97 St.. . Q.
3817 Wood St ....
139 East 94 St.. . .
523 East 91 St ....
535K East 96 St ....
1907 East 96 St .....
417 East 96 St. . . .
4096 Pine Ave...
1996 Myrtle St .....
9939 Grubb Rd .....
9695 Pearl Ave...
R. D. No 5 ........
9110 West 37 St....
. . .4008 Cochran St.. . .
3114 Peach St ........ ..
. .71 -955
W91 -1 94
. . 99-699
90 West 33 St. ............. C53-435
R. D. No. 4 Brown Rd .......
4014 Myrtle St ......... . .
. . 99-659
Forbes, Milton .... .... 8 37 East 99 St. ....... .......... .
Frame, Leslie. .... . .
Frank, Sally ..........
Freeman, William. .... .
Fuhrman, Richard. .... .
Gardner, John ..... .
Garnow, Marilyn .....
Garrison, Helen ......
Geanous, Gus. .... ..... .
George, Vivian .........
Gigliotti, Rosemary .......
Gillis, Nancy ............
Goetz, Doris ............
Gorenflo, Lois. ..... .. ..
Graham, Winifred.. . .....
Gram, Romayne ..........
Grimaldi, Anthony .......
Groenendaal, Edwin .....
Grumblatt, William .......
Gunther, Rita ............
Hagmann, Miriam. ...... .
Hammond, Marilyn. .... ..
Harned, Virginia ........
Hart, Catherine ..........
Hartman, Lois .... ....
Hatch, Elvern .... ....
Hatch, Kenneth. .... . . ..
Hay, Joan. ........ .... .
Heberle, Shirley. .... . . . .
Heintz, John ..... .. ....
Hermann, Jean ..........
Hertner, Mary Alice .....
Hershelman, George. .
Hess, Ruth ......... .. ..
1037 East 98 St .....
9914 German St ....
1996 East 96 St .....
l H1951 East 38 St .... .
9949 Poplar St .....
9714 Harvard Rd.. .
...1130 Buffalo Rd. . ..
9110 State St... . ..
957 East 33 St.. ..
667 West 96 St. . .
918 West 19'St .......
1817 Parade St ...... ....
1819 Camphausen Ave ......
954 East 18 St. ....... ......... .
1690 Sassafras St. ............. ..... .
760 East 91 St. .... ........ .
1038 East Grandview Blvd ..... 09-176
9015 French St ..... ........
460 East 95 St. ....... ..... .
9717 Green Garden Blvd ....
996 West 37 St ......... ...........
9650 Cherry St .............
894 East 91 St. ....... ..... .
R. D. No. 7 Wattsburg Rd, .......... .
9009 Gaskell Ave ....... ...........
804 East 37 St. ...... . ..... .
9813 Hampton Rd ..... ...
9313 McKinley Ave ..... ..........
3018 ChestnutSt ..... .........
1038 East 25 St .....
491 East 94 St.. ..
803 East 94 St .....
.346 East 95 St. .... .
. . . .04-130
. . . .07-194
1045 East 95 St ......... .... 9 5-458
Heynoske, Margaret ...... 1848 Glendale Ave ..... ..........
Hill, lrene .............. 9139 Warfel Ave ..... .... 4 8-947
Hill, Robert .... .....
Hill, Russell ...... .....
Hodge, Ruth ..... ....
Hornyak,.Alice. .... . . . .
Horn, lrene. .... . .. ....
Humm, Mary Ann... ....
146 East93 St..
1404M Buffalo Rd ........ ..
3119 Old French Rd .... .... 0 8-414
935 East 93 St ........ .... 0 6-565
969 East 31 St. .... .
9814 Holland St .............. 04-918
Houston, Lynn .... , .
Hyman, Margaret ......
lnfield, James ...... . .
lves, Norma Jean. . ..
Jacquel, Vernon.. . . .
Jarzynka, Lucille... . ...
Jaworski, Theresa. .... .
Jepson, Edward. . . . .
Jerge, John ...... . .
Johnson, Gloria. . . ..
Johnson, Mildred.. . ...
Karaisz, Margaret .... . .
Karlen, Nancy ...... ..
Kaspar, Judy ..... . .
Kehl, Richard.. . .. ..
Kelsey, Vivian.. .. ..
Kerr, Jeanette .... . .
Kerr, Jeanine ..... . .
Kestner, Glenn. . . ..
Kilbane, Aris ...... . .
Kinney, Mary Lou.. .
Kitts, Richard ....... . .
Klerr, Emma. .,...... . .
Kolenkievvicz, Theresa. ..
Kowalski, Frank. ..... . .
Krainski, Eleanor .,.. ..
Kress, Janet ........ , .
Krivonak, Florence .....
Krivonak, Vera ..... . .
Krueger, Charles. .... . .
Kubeja, Norbert .... . .
Kubiak, Dorothy ....
Kuerner, Donald .... . .
Kuhn, Audrey .... . .
Kuhn, Albert.f . .. ..
Ladig, Naomi .... . .
Lambert, James .... . .
Lang, Lillian ..... ..
Lawson, Barbara. . . . .
Leemhuis, Carolyn 1 ....
Lepich, Ted. .... . . . .
Levosky, John. . .. . .
Lewis, Betty. . . ..
Lewis, Evelyn .... . .
Light, Eloise ..... . .
Linder, Gretchen. . . . .
Loftus, Frank ..........
Longo, Charles ........
Mac Pherson, Jacqueline
Malits, Vivian. .... ....
Maloney, James ..... . .
Malthaner, Norbert ....
Maras, Louise .........
Markham, Lawrence ....
Marsh, Roy ....... . .
Martin, Betty. .... . .
Martin, Joanne .... . .
Massing, Ken ..... ..
Matczak, Joan ..... . .
Mattes, Dolores .... . .
Matteson, Ronald ......
Maxwell, Eleanor. .... .
Mazza, Elmer ..........
McCracken, Patricia ......
McKenzie, James ......
R.D. No.7 Erie...
10 East 93 St. .... .
516 West 28 St ...,..
1834 Buffalo Road. . .
301 East 30 St. .... .
543 East 23 St.. .. .
445 East 22 St.. . ..
1809 Loesel Ave ....
2529 Parade St ....
4022 Beech Ave.. .. .
2107 German St .....
354 West 25 St ....
1026 West 31 St ....
17 West 38 St..
118 East 34 St.. . ..
2420 Wayne St. . . .
841 East 6 St.. . ..
841 East 6 St.. . ..
31 West 29 St.. . ..
1356 Buffalo Rd...
2213 Poplar St .... .
1704 Peach St.. . .
R. D. No. 4 ......
.650 East 21 St.. . .
261 Scott St ....,.
423' East 16 St .......
.. . .X11-456
. . . . . ...W91-405
2049 Fairmont Pkway ..... .... 7 5-266
591 East 95 St. ....... .
2511 Reed St .....
429 West 31 St ....
1250 East 27 St ....
738 East 25 St. ....... .
11 52 Buffalo Rd .....
1834 F Apt No. 4 Buff.
1353 Morse Ave ......
1253 East 22 St ........
702 West 96 St ....
422 East 33 St.. . ..
1012 East 27 St ....
445 West 29 St ....
645 East 30 St .....
..1135 East 24 St....
1051 East 26 St ....
R. F. D. No.4 Erie. ..
2817 Burton Ave ....
830 East 22 St.. . ..
3331 Peach St.. . ..
149 East 21 St .....
123 East 25 St .....
936 West 28 St ....
1902 Buffalo Rd ....
2915 French St .....
626 East 25 St.. . ..
3503 Maple St ....
258 Gridley Ave ....
307 East 29 St ..,....
3226 Charlotte St ....
1257 East 27 St ....
234 East 26 St. ..... .
. .1139 West 30 St.. . ..
2722 East Avenue. . .
954 East 22 St. ..... .
2135 West 26 St.. . ..
.1111 East 25 St ....
934 East 26 St.. ...
... .X1 5-521
Rd .... X15-409
. . . . .W95-565
. . . .02-411
. .... 98-130
. . . .71-290
.. . . . . .09-483
. . . . .W92-457
. . . . .70-449
. . . .X11-366
.. ..... 02-327
. . . .X12-314
.. . . .06-543
McLaughlin, Shirley. ..
Metz, Madeline. ...... . .
Michalak, Lillian. ...... ..
Migdal, Dolores ......
Migdal, Dorothy .........
Migliori, Jay. ..... .. . ..
Miller, Evelyn .... .....
Miller, Lois ....... .....
Mingoy, Dorothy ........
Mollberg, Donald ........
Moreau, Paul ............
Morrow, Gerald ....., . .
Morse, Phyllis ,... .....
Mowry, Jackson. .... . . . .
Mueller, Harry. ... .....
Nagle, Lois .............
Nelson, Shirley. ........ .
Niethamer, Gail .........
Nolan, Jo-Ellen .........
Nordstrom, Mildred.. .
Novello, Madeline.. ..
Oge, Anita ....... . .
Ohmer, Mary ..... ......
Ott, Robert .............
Padavoni, Rita ........
Palmieri, Leopold. ....
Panos, Angelo ....., .
Patterson, Betty .......
Pelkowski, Margaret ......
Penamon, Dorothy ....
Phoenix, Ann ...... .....
Pistory, Evelyn. .... .... .
Plavcan, Mary ...., .....
Polaski, Rita. .... .... .
Polk, Samuel .... .....
2509 Sassafras St ....
340 West 22 St .....
2823 East Avenue .....
901 East 24 St ......
613 East 28 St. .... .
804 East 19 St. .... .... .
3850 Trask Avenue .... ....... 4 6-168
2912 East Avenue ...... .
. . . .X12-516
2917 Glenwood Park Ave ...........
4229 Burton Avenue .......
2627 Fairmont Parkway. . .
945 East 33 St. ..... .... .
2327 Buffalo Road ..........
R. D. No. 4 Johnson Road
429 West 31 St ..........
4319 Sunset Blvd .... . .
738 East 32 St ..........
3121 Marvin Avenue. ...... .
937 East 25 St. ......., .
822 West 27 St .....
630 East 23 St.. ..
435 East 28 St. .... .
816 East 26 St. .... .
340 East 23 St ........
R. F. D. 4 Waterford. .... .
2427 Buffalo Road ....
226 West 16 St .....
360 1X!est 18 St .....
106 East 18 St .....
1213 East 20 St .....
431 Huron St ....
21 West 17 St..
304 East 29 St.. ...
1509 Chestnut St. . .
432 East 24 St. .... .
634 East 22 St ....
217 East 21 St .... ..
Price, Evelyn ..... ..... 6 1 Orchard St.. . .
Recker, Margaret ........
3104 Hazel St.. ..
Reynolds, Martha ........ R. D. 4, Erie. ...... .
Reynolds, William. ...... .
Rider, Pauline. ........ ..
1845 Buffalo Road ....
2823 Holland St ....
Rieder, Richard. .. ..... 245 Crandall St. . . ..
Riewalt, Marion. . .... . ..
Roberts, Jacqueline. . .
Robison, Richard .........
2115 French St .... .
506 East 28 St.. . .
1318 West 30 St.. ..
Rocco, Jean.. .... ..... 4 111 Peach St.. .
Rohaly, Julie ...... .....
2223 Parade St .....
Rose, David ............. 748 East 8 St.. . ..
Roseberry, Thomas ....
Rucker, Guy .....,.... . .
1712 Myrtle St ....
408 West 6 St.. . .
Ruffo, Eleanor .... ..... 6 33 West 34 St, ....
Ruffo, Josephine. ........ 633 West 34 St ....... . . . .
Rusterholtz, Gladys. ...... 2803 Oakwood St .... .
Salvia, Frank .... .....
Sanford, Pauline ..... ....
1618 Hickory St ..... .
1251 East 35 St ..... .
Sawtelle, Edward. ....... 2915 Perry St. . . .
Schaack, Le Dora ....
....3014 Peach St......
Scherrer, Kathleen ....... 3020 Raspberry St .....
Schlosser, Shirley ....
Schmidt, Marjorie. ...... .
. . . .3922 Longview Ave. . . .
163 West 18 St .......
3125 Perry St ..... ... .
Schultz, Dorothy ......... 1958 Glendale Ave.. .
Schwenk, Kenneth. . .
Seewogen, Maxine .....
....3013 Hampton Road. ....
.1817 Buffalo Road ....
McKinley, Shirley ...... 951 East 28 St. .... .... X 12-214 Semuel, Sonya. ...... .... 9 25 French St... . . . .
McLallen, Joann. ........ 157 East 21 St ..... ........ S erafini, lda ...... ..... 3 10 West 17 St .... .
McLaughlin, Jack ........ R. D. No. 7. . ... ........ Serafini, Joe ..... ..... 9 38 West 29 St. . . . . . .
McLaughlin, Leonard . . . 660 East 19 St. .... . . .... 62-271 Shaffstall, Joanne ........ 1513 Buffalo Road. . . . . . .
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Shields, Robert. .
Sitter, Jaclc .....
Smith, Betty .....
Snyder, Dolores .... . . .
Sopp, Raymond. .
Southworth, John.. . .....
Spor, Dolores. . .
Specht, Robert. .
Srolca, Sophia. . .
Stearns, Carol . . .
Stebell, Francis. .
Stinson, Ruth ....
Stough, Robert. .
Sullivan, James. .
Surgeon, Doris. .
Tannehill, Jane. .
Tauber, Max ....
Thompson, Zola .
Tino, Louis .....
Todd, Donna ....
Tome, Richard.. .
Trapp, Robert. . .
Trimble, Margaret. ...... .
Tronoslci, Leona .... . . .
Trott, Edward. . .
Tuck, Patricia.. . .
Uhlman, Robert. .
9004 Brandes St .... . . . C65-583
1418 West 99 St. .... ...., 9 6-998
9943 Peach St. ..... ..... 9 5-385
3005 Perry St .... .........
190 West 96 St ..... ..... 9 7-105
711 West 96 St ..... ..... 6 5-337
503 East 95 St.. ..
937 West 30 St ..... ...........
307 East 98 St ....
496 East 17 St. ..... ..... 7 6-487
1310 Buffalo Road. .. ..
1150 East 91 St ..... .
9419 Peach St ....
119 East 94 St.. ..
941 East 98 St.. ..
1118 East94 St .....
391 East 99 St. ............ .
399 West 99 St .............
1899, Apt. G-9, Butt. Rd .....
9909 Maple St .............
505 East 97 St ...... ....,..
2417 West 26 St .... ....
R.D.7. ..........., .......... .
314M West 95 St ..... ..... 5 5-157
533 Shunpike Road.. ... ..... 93-943
3999 Parade Blvd .... ..... X 14-598
501 East 95 St. ..... ....,..... .
9641 Peach St. ..... ........ .
634 East 34 St. ,..... . . ..... 09-346
1850 East Buffalo Rd.... ......
343 Marsh St ......... ..... W 99-133
450 East 97 St. .,..... ...... . X16-564
Vaughn, Clifford ...... ..
9903 Ash St ....
Vogt, Dorothy. . ... .... 949 West 99 St.. ..
Weber, Marilyn. . .
Weber, Charlene. .
Weed, Norman.. . .
....1199 East94 St....
Wehan, Richard .....,... 9704 Jackson St ...,.
Wehner, Mary. .,... ,... 4 30 East 98 St .... .
Weisenbach, Rudolph.. ...3111 Raspberry St... .
Wells, Janet .... ........ 9 95 East 98 St.. ...
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Wells, Harold. ........,. 995 East 98 St ............... X19-494
Wexler, Elaine .......... 915 East 99 St.. .............. 05-479
NXf'haling, Mary Lou ...... 3064 Glenwood Plc. Ave ...... 41-456
Wieczlcowski, Bernadette. .697 East 19 St ................ 57-958
Willard, Delbert. .. 135 East 91 St. .... .. .......
Williams, Roberta. . 9690 Fairmont Plcwy. . . . . .. . . . ..
Willow, Jack ..... 939 East 95 St. ....., .09-930
Wingerter, Nancy.. 936 West 90 St .... C66-331
Wochner, Robert. . 946 East,96 St. .,.. .06-153
Woodrow, Myrtle. R. D. 5 Wolfe Rd. .... X14-355
Wright, Betty. ..... . . .Bryant St. R. D. 3. .... . .. . . . . .
Wright, Mary ..... 194 West 16 St. .. . .... 51-119
Wronelc, Joseph.. . 447 East 97 St. ...... .... O 3-436
Wuenschel, Marilyn ......
Wuenschel, Mary. .
Wurst, Betty ......
Yaple, Eileen ....
Yaple, Russell ....
Yezzi, Lucy ....
Zimmer, Lois ......
Zimmerman, Rosemary .....
Zwilling, Beatrice ...... . .
Cecilia. .... . . .
941 West 93 St. ........ .... 7 3-305
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111 West 39 St .....
1999 West 96 St. . .
393 East 33 St.. . ..
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Hammermill has kept pace with the growing demand. Starting with two paper-
making machines, it celebrates its fiftieth birthday this year with seven Fourdrinier
giants in operation.
It celebrates with ever-increasing production, for the challenge of the future
leaves no time to look backward. America is headed for better years than it has
ever seen before, and Hammermill is helping to supply the paper that will make
those good new days possible.
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FOR MEN - FOR LADIES
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Finest of Domestic and Imported Fabrics
SUITS and COATS for MEN
539.50 to 549.50
Pants and Slacks -- 87.95 to 514.95
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909-911 State Street Erie, Pa.
Your Preparation For The Business Field
Is Now A Matter of Prime Importance
To become employable you Compliments of
must now be well prepared
Our Courses have met the enthusiastic en-
dorsement of State and National Business
Our Graduates have the approval of the
10th and Peach in Erie, Pa.
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CLOTHING ' HATS ' SHOES ' FURNISHINGS
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ERIE'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS
817-819-821 State Sl.
Erie Plating Company
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1119-1123 Peach St. Erie, Pa.
Desks - Chairs - Files - Safes
Systems - Supplies
Always a Place to Park
WELCOME . . .
The enduring qualities of THE ERIE
DAILY TIMES are based on 60 years
of dependable service.
That's why it is E1'ie's favorite Newspaper
. . . welcome, wanted, respected in 9 out of 10
Erie Forge Co.
Erie Forge 8: Steel Co.
C. H. Collman
' Dr. R. H. Collman
125 VV. Sth Street Erie, Pa.
-k We Congratulate the Graduating
Classes of 1948 On their Splendid
Scholastic Record and with them
A Continued Success
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Swanson Tool 8: Machine
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Sterling welcomes you to Visit our plant for
information on producing and processing
Experts in this line will aid you with facts
for writing your composition.
3330 Peach St. Phone 9-9691
For Music On Records, It's
The Record Bar
Radios - Phonographs - Records
12th and State - Phone 7-7300
PARTS - SALES 8z SERVICE
on Washers and Vacuum Cleaners
Harry E. Mueller
THE KEY MAN
18 East 9th Street
Keys for House, Auto Trunks and Safes
Knights of St. John
660 West 26th Street
Prescription Drug StorewMedicines
At Reasonable Prices and Guaranteed
Satisfaction on Every Purchase
1109 State-9th and State--706 State
On With the Dance!
SAMMY DIEHL and His Orchestra
Featuring GLADYS GILLESPIE, Songstress
Music from 9 to 1 on Fridays,
9:30 to 1:30 on Sat.,-8:30 to 12:30 on Sun.
SQUARE DANCE - George Barber, Caller
La Nuova Aurora
Members Only 1518 Walnut Street
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Request a KIRBY Demonstration
THE, KIRBY'S 7 UNIT-USES: 1. Crystala-
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Portableg 4. Shoulder Portableg 5. Hand Port-
ableg 6. Triple-Cushioned Vibratorg 7. Duster
SANI EM-TOR-No Bag To Remove, Ex-
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Em-Tor and empty onto paper. Wrap up and
dispose of this sanitary package. No breath-
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The Kirby Company of Erie
917 French St. CALL 2-2821
Edward L. Gamble, District Distributor
Kimmel Sz Son M. O. Shreve
SHOES - HOSIERY - BAGS Guild Optician
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Pay Cash - Buy for Less 14 E. 11th St. Phone 2-4022
10th and Holland Streets Phone 5-4242 Erie Penna-
1202 East 10th Streetl Erie, Pa.
Western Pa. Asphalt
Frank Grehl Dry Cleaners -
1413 West 21st St. Erie Tennis Courts
Meadville Erie Oil City
Gem City Ice Cream Furniture Workers
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Best Wishes to the Senior of 48
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