Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

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A72 Ifejirmczf Lifvmg Pzbfmfe Qf Our Selma! Life aj Q M THE CHRONICLE NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY NINE JANUARY AND JUNE CLASSES OF ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL Faculty Seniors Classes Activities Athletics CONTENTS Page 5 Page 9 Page 55 Page 59 Page 73 Efsf, we have Tbose who gzzzdea' us through Our years 0f5c600lz'f2g-- THE FACULTY Superintendent B. F. Stanton Principal J. E. Vaughan The treasurership of the National Education Association and a coni- mendatory address honoring sixteen years of service as executive secre- tary-treasurer of the Northeastern Ohio Teachers' Association have been the most recent honors bestowed on Mr. Stanton. These climax the many years of valuable service and guidance which he has rendered the Alliance public schools. T A spontaneous burst of applause greeted Mr. Vaughan as he stepped on the stage of the auditorium, making his first appearance before the stu- dent body after a long illness. This expressed better than words our need of him and joy at his return. This absence made us appreciate more fully our principal's many years of work and endeavor on our behalf. 6 FACULTY English Department ' Teachers in the English depart- ment are Miss Renna Ross, head of the department, Miss Margaret Benjamin, Miss Marian Elliott, Miss Mary Gaal, Miss Mary Frances Glandon, Miss Martha Haldane, Miss Helen Hender- shot, Miss Dorothy Marmet, Miss Flor- ence Meyer, Miss Ellen Nolt, Mrs. Gertrude Pfouts, and Miss Mildred Walker. Mrs. Florence Mowry is the high school librarian. Miss Elisabeth Carson is on a leave of absence. Languages Departments In the Latin department are Miss Jane Dilley, head of the department, Miss Frances Miller, Miss Hilda Moore, and Miss Martha Hawk. Miss Elizabeth Wright teaches French, and Mr. Floyd Atchley, German. Social Science Department In the social science department are Miss Mabel Hartzell, head of the depart- ment, Mr.,Robert Hier, Mr. Guy Hoover, Miss Jeani Miller, Mr. Oren Mollenkopf, Mr. Fred Stuckey, Mr. Byron Walker, Miss Ruth Weaver, Mr. Walter Webb, and Miss Helen Wright. Mathematics Department Miss Mary Dilley is head of the mathematics department. Miss Jane Armstrong, Miss Bertha Marmet, Mr. Herbert Pritchard, Mrs. Erma Richard- son, and Miss May Smyth are the other teachers in this department. H l FACULTY Industrial Arts and Home Economics Departments In the home economics department are Miss Maude Lee Dorsey, head of the department Knot in the picturej, Miss Marie Dettmer, Miss Margaret Gongwer, and Miss Edith Jones Cnot in the picturej. In the industrial arts department are Mr. Robert Wade, head of the de- partment, Mr. E. E. Kidwell, Mr. Rus- sell Miller, Mr. Leland Whitacre, Mr. James Willielm, and Mr. Charles Youmans. Science Departments In the science departments are Miss Charlene Burrell, head of the biology department, and Mr. Arthur Combs, who also teaches biology, Miss Ruth Dowler, who teaches home hy- giene, Mr. Clyde Stanley, head of the general science department, and Mr. William Anderson, who also teaches general science, Mr. R. S. Coppock, head of the physics department, and Mr. Ben Temple, head of the chem- istry department. Commercial Department In the commercial department are Miss Eugenia Moses, head of the de- partment, Miss Charlotte Baker, Mr. Earl Carter, Miss Ruth Cherrington, Mrs. Helen Patterson, and Miss Thelma Varner. Miss Nellie Meyers is secre- tary to Principal J. E. Vaughan. Miss Vera Kaufman is on a leave of absence. Coaching and Music Departments Miss Eva Lee Sackett directs the glee clubs and the orchestra, and Mr. Stanley Lutz, the band. Miss Lucile Pettis has charge of the girls' physical education classes. Dr. George Wilco-Xon is head football coach, and Mr. Leland Whitacre is athletic co-ordinator. Mr. Lawrence Gligor is baseball coachg Mr. VVilliam Gross, tennis coach, and Mr. Ray Reighart, golf coach. 8 Az lam-- Free fam all fyffs 6zzm'em--- Maybe. SENIORS famzary Cfczfs We, the January Class of 1939, take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to our patroness, Miss Bertha Marmet, for everything that she has ever done for us. 10 Ojicery mm' Honor Alto!! Arthur Dundon Dean Haramis Margaret. Grecniield Robert J. Smith JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS President ............. .....,.............................................,............... A rthur Dundon Vice President ........ .......,........, D ean Haramis Secretary ,......... ......... M argaret Greenfield Treasurer ....... .............. R obert J. Smith Class Colors ....... ........,.,....,... B lue and Silver Class Motto ...... ....... ' 'Today not Tomorrow" CLASS HONOR ROLL Lois Anne Ellett ...........,......,.............................,....,.,..,,., 94.12 Maddeline Angelone ....... 93.24 Ruth Ann McConnell ....... 92.47 Jane Crawford .,.....,......... 92.24 Barbara Joan Weimer ...... 91.75 Dorothy Deuvall ....,........., 91.47 Marjorie Scott ....... 91.31 William Hunter ..... 91.24 Thomas Atchison ...... 91.18 Margaret Greenfield' ...... 90.41 James Kulka .............. June Wycoff ........ 1 i 90.30 90.24 SEN-IQRS Violet Abaify Commercial "Quietly different, merry among friends." John AIIICSQI' Commercial "Hard work keeps the indusy- trious brain from being idle! Red and Blue Staff 41 Bacca- laureate Committeeg Monitor 4. Orville B. Applegate Scientific "Shux, you hafta get some fun outa lite." Camera Club 3, 45 Junior Po- nce 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief 4, Hiking Club 4. Georgcne Ash Scientific "As lovely as a cameo." John Willisllll Ault Scientific "Fanny will gain clue recogni- tion with his aeronautical ability." Annual Staff, Prom Commit- tee, Pin and Ring Committeeg Tri-Arts Club 3, 43 Senior Hi- Y, Industrial Arts Flying Club 4, Honorary Member. Julinnn S. Bencze Commercial "Pleasing to know in a quiet way." Senior Play Staff. 12 Paul Atldmns Industrial Arts "If at first you don't succeed - forget it." Travel Club lg Junior Police 1. Maddcline Angelone Commercial "Hard Work her pastime, success her goal." Annual Staffg Red and Blue Staff 43 Prom Committeeg Na- tional Honor Society 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, Monitor 4. Robert I. Arlnstrong Industrial Arts "From day to day Few words he seems to say." Tholnas J. Atchison Scientific "He has a purpose in life and a will to accomplish it." Senior Play Staff, Annual Statfg Prom Comrnitteeg Fi- nance Committee 4, Chair-- man, Caducean Club 43 Bache- lors Club 43 Stamp Club -lg Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Orches- tra 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 23 Football 25 National Honor Society 4, Latin Club 4. Ted Eva ns Billllllilllll Scientinc "Life should be serious, but not too serious for a good , time." Senior Play Staffg Annual Staff, Red and Blue Staff 45 Prom Committeeg Banquet Committee: National Thes- pians 4, Test Tube 35 Blue Domino 43 Bachelors Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Senior I-Ii-Y. Helen Boord General "It is better to be small and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow." Klee Boring General "lVorry little, study less: That's my idea of happiness." Senior Play, Golf 3, Varsity, Senior Hi-Y, Vice President. Evelyn Jean Byland General "Gleaming in her dark eyes." Senior Play Staff, Monitor 4. Victor Patrick Clmrmely Industrial Arts "All work and no play makes school a dull day." Travel Club 3, 4, Junior Po- lice 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 3. Mary Ellen Connor General "Mary Ellen is sweet and de- mure, But a real modern that's sure." Senior Play Staff, Annual Staff, Prom Committee, Ban- quet Committee, Chairman, Tri-Arts 4: Booster Club 1, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Sec'y 2. Ruth Cross Comm ercial 'tFriendship is the highest de- gree of perfection." Richard E. Deville Commercial "A business-like attitude goes far in the World of man." Senior Play Staff, Bachelors Club 4: Senior Hi-Y, Sec'y, Orchestra 3, Monitor 4. SENIGRS Norma Ilruni General "A merry companion of the dependable class." Caducean 3, 4: Senior Play Staff, Banquet Committee. Victor Carli Industrial Arts "Young and light, and rather small, But just the same he plays football." Senior Play Staff, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity, Football 4. Virginia Clark General "She moves as a goddess and looks like a queen." Senior Play, Annual Staff, National Thespians 4, Blue Domino 2, 3, 4, Jane Hope Crawford Classical "A perfect triangle of beauty, brains, and personality." Annual Staff, Prom Commit- tee, Invitation Committee, Chairman, Finance Commit- tee, Tri-Arts 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Monitor 4. Dorothy Maxine Deuvall Classical "Proud of everyone's accom- plishments, modest about her own." Annual Staff, Prom Commit- tee, Le Cenacle 4, National Honor Society 4, Monitor 4. Ann Difloure Classical "A little franlcness, lots of pep, and still more musical ability." Senior Play Staff, Annual Staff, Red and Blue Staff 31 Prom Committee, Finance Committee, Invitations Com- mittee, Le Cenacle 4, Vice Pres., Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Hik- ing Club 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 2, 3, Girl llc- serves 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. 13 SEN IORS Arthur Dundon Scientific "To be able to shoulder re- sponsibility is to be a 1nan." Class President 3, 43 Senior Playg National Honor Society 4, PF9SidElltj National Thes- pians 4, Secretary-Treasurer: Forum 3, 43 Blue Domino 3, 4, President 33 Library Club 3, 4, Vice President 33 Esquire Club 3, 4, President 43 Bache- lors Club 33 Monitor, Captain. 4. Quentin Leroy Durell Classical "Like wintry skies he's sel- dom blue." Monitor 4. Jane Edgell General "A smile and a greeting for all." Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4. NVilli:uu R. Ewing Scientific "1t's been said he is not al- ways as quiet as you think he is." Esquire Club 3, 43 Track 3. Lita Fernandez General "A smartness of style - un- equalled." Senior Playg Prom Commit- LES, National Thespians 43 Le Cenacle 4. Lowell Freshley Scientific "XVhat mischief goes on be- hind that pair of roguish eyes." lnvitations Comrnittee3 Prom Committee3 Senior Play Staftg Meridian 2, 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y3 14 Track 43 Monitor 4. Ruth Dunn Scientific "You'll find her on the gym floor always in the game." Prom Committee3 Test Tube 43 Hiking Club 2, 3, Sec'y- Treas. 33 Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3, 43 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 2, Pres. 3. Elizabeth Eberhard General "Lovely to look at3 delightful to know." Tri-Arts 4, Sec'y3 Booster Club 1, 2, 3. Lois Anne Ellett . Classical "The fairest garden in her looks, And in her 'mind the wisest books." Class Vice President 2g An- nual Staff, Editor3 Prom Com- mittee3 National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Pres. 33 Forum 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 43 Le Cenacle 43 Library Club 3, 43 Psychol- ogy Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 33 Bonte 3, 43 G, A. C. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 1, 23 Biology Assist- ant 3, 43 Monitor, Capt. 43 Class Speaker. Jean Farner General "Short and sweetft Senior Play Staff3 Booster Club 2. Bob Filson Industrial Arts "One of his best attributes is his sense of humor." Rose Margaret Fulop Scientific "Athletics came nrst, and then, if there was time, school work." Prom Comniitteeg Le Cenacle 23 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Gr. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Sec'3'- Treas.3 Monitor 4. Ruth Gabrielson General "The best way to beneiit yourself is to benent others." Kelllletli Gelupler Scientific "I may look like a ladies' man - well, I ani." Senior Play5 Annual Staflig Red and Blue Staff 35 Prom Committeeg Blue Domino 3, 45 Library Club 3, 45 Psychol- ogy 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Fine Arts 3, 45 Stamp Club 35 Junior Hi-Y5 Esquire Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4. Richard Gergel Industrial Arts "Life may be drear and drab to some, but you'l1 never End that I'll miss my fun." Xvalter G01-ak Scientific "With the gentle art of unconcernf' Donald Dale Grate Industrial Arts "Let me be what I am." Cap and- Gown Committee. Dlarian J. Gfllelllllllllll General "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. SENIORS June Gallagher General "Fun comes in small pack- ages? Psychology Club 45 Booster Club 25 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Cap and Gown Committee5 Banquet Committee. Betty Jean George General "The quietucle of a forest." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 G. A. C, 1. Kay Gleuwriglit Classical l'She's like a melody that is sweetly played in tune." Senior Play5 Annual Staff5 Red and Blue Staff 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Gift Committeeg Quill and Scroll 4, Sec'y5 Na-- tional Thespians 45 Le Cen- acle 45 Blue Domino 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas.5 Library Club 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Psychology 3, 45 Bonte 45 Fine Arts 2, 3, 45 Booster 25 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Sec'y 2. Dlary Joan Graf General "Friendly? Always, Studious? Quite frequently. Good looking? Yes." Senior Play Staff5 Annual Staff5 Prom Committeeg Li- brary Club 3, 45 Stamp Club 35 Bonte 3, 4, Treas. 45 Boos- ter Club 1, 25 Girl Reserves 25 Cap and Gown Committee. Margaret Greenfield Scientific "She lives the rule of the four S's, Sincerity, Simplicity, Se- renity ancl Sociabilityf' Class Secretary 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Staff5 Prom Committee5 National Honor Society 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Forum 4, Pres.5 Test Tube 35 Bonte 3, 45 Girl Re- serves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 Latin Club 45 Monitor 4. Arthur E. Hanson Industrial Arts "lf you can't go over or un- cler, go around." Prom Committee5 Esquire Club 35 Baccalaureate Com- mittee. 15 SENIORS Dean E. I-Inrxunis Scientific "Stand aside, sir, and let me show you how." Class Vice President 4g Senior Playg Prom Committee: Na- tional Thespians 45 Test Tube 35 Blue Domino 45 Library 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 Psychology 4g Esquire Club 3, 45 Fine Arts 3, 4, Pres. 43 Junior Hi- Yg Boys' Glee Club 23 Band 2, 3. Robert Hayes Hawkins, Jr. General "Go NVest, young man, go West." Torch Club 2. Thelma R. 1-Iively Home Economics il True worth is in being." Miriam Hoffman Commercial "Fond as an Arab of dates." National Thespians 4, Blue Domino 43 Fine Arts 3, 45 Booster 25 Girls' Glee Club 4, Cap and Gown Committee. Dunne Hull Scientific "Blessed is the man who in- vented sleep." Invitation Committee, Camera 3, 43 Senior Hi-Y. Willialnx A. Hunter Classical "There is a singer and a stu- dent in him." Senior Playg National Honor Society 4g Junior Police l, 2, 3, Captain 35 Latin Club 4. 16 Carl Hari Industrial Arts "YVorlc like a man, but don't be Worked to death." Travel Club 3. Walter M. Henry Scientiiic "He packs his troubles in a box and sits on the lid and smiles." Prom Committee: Banquet Cornniitteeg Test Tube 45 Senior Hi-Y, Treas.g Torch 1, 25 Monitor 4. x Irene Hodge General "Her smile charms." Invitation Committeeg Travel 4, Girl Reserves 1, Girls' Glee Club 1. Winifrecl Horner Commercial "A piece of her heart in everything." Senior Play Staff: Prom Com- mitteeg Booster 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 43 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bac- calaureate Committee. Vadim J. Hull General "I like school, all except the studies." Tri-Arts 43 Banquet Commit- tee. Joseph D. Huntley Classical "XVe need a dictionary to ana- lyze our 'class deacon! " Senior Play Staff: Prom Com- mitteeg Invitations Commit- tee: Forum 45 Le Cenacle 43 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Moni- tor 4. Anne I-Iunyadi General "A mixture of all nice things." Booster Club 2, 3. David B. Johnson Scientific "The world belongs to the energetic." Annual Staff, Business Man- ager: Red and Blue Staff 3, 4, Business Manager, Prom Committee, Gift Committee: Bachelors Club 3, 43 Junior Hi-Y, Pres., Senior Hi-Y. Kelilietll Jones Industrial Arts "True merit is like a deep river, the deeper it is, the less noise it makes." Travel 23 Track 4. Albert Judge Industrial Arts "Only one comment is neces- sary - his friends say lie's a 'reglar feller'." Travel 43 Senior Hi-Y, Torch 1, 23 Cap and Gown Committee. Rodney King Commercial "NVho cares about all that? 1'm having more funi' Prom Committee: Senior Hi- Y3 Junior Hi-Y, Monitor 4. Irvin Franklyn liriner Home Economics "A.chef in the XVald'orf-As- toria - his first training at our high school." Home Economics 4. SENIORS James Inghani General "Sometimes I sit and think- Sometimes I just sit." Basketball 13 Football 1. Lu Verne J. Johnston Commercial "Always ready to lend assist- ance when assistance is needed." Senior Play Staff, Monitor 4. Olive M. Jones General "Accommodation, her pleas- ure, music, her joy." Senior Play Staff, Hiking 2, 35 Booster 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Twirler 43 Banquet Committee. William G. Kelly, Jr. Scientilic "A man's best friends are his ten fingers." Senior Play Staffg Annual Staff, Test Tube 3, Pres., Psychology 2, 3, 45 Esquire 3, 4, Bachelors 3, Fine Arts 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Council Tl, 2, 3, 45 Camera 3, 4, Vice Pres., Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Sec'y-Treas., 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pin and Ring Committee. Chairmang Banquet Commit- tee, Monitor 4. Iiatllryn E. Iirahling' Classical "Sweet and friendly." Senior Play Staff: Booster 25 German 3, Treas, Junior Red Cross Council 4. Jzunes M. liulkn Scientific ".Tin1's all-around personality will get him farfl Senior Play, Red and Blue Staff 4, Business Manager, Prom Committee, Quill and Scroll 4, Pres.: Forum 43 Blue Domino 3, 4, Vice Pres. 42 Psychology 3, 43 Junior lvli- Yg Esquire 43 Stamp 3, dlp Senior I-Ii-Y, Monitor 4. 17 1 SENIORS Ida Lelesclx Commercial "Enjoy the present hour." Charles Mnrscliinke General "Always happy, always jolly, Never sad or melancholy." Phoebe Jane Martin General "Poise, loveliness, and inde- pendence, as possessed by few." Prom Committee: Pin and Ring Committee: Home Econ- omics 43 Travel 3: Tri-Arts -lg Booster 2, Baccalaureate Committee, Chairman. Ruth Ann lVIcC0nn ell Classical "Able, active, with brains and poise, She does a lot without much noise." Annual Staffg Prom Commit- tee: Gift Committee, Chair- man: National Honor Society 3, 4: Psychology 45 Girl Re- serves 2, 3. 4, Treas. 25 Latin Club 43 Monitor, Captain 4. Willialrt K. Newell General "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the best of men." Senior Play Staff: Travel 4: Tri-Arts 3, 4, Treas. 4. Elizabeth June Otto General "Save your words from time to time: then use them when they do the most good? Travel 35 Hiking 13 Booster 2, 35 Girl Reserves 2, 3. 18 Kay Mnneely General "Jolly and carefree, a merry companion." Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 4. Leonard Martin Industrial Arts "I look at the bright side rather than the blue: Thaifs why I can work and be healthy too." Travel 23 Senior Hi-YQ Torch 21 Baccalaureate Committee. Iinthryn Mate General "Her way is sweet, she's pleasing to meet." David S. McV:ly Classical "A quiet man but quite a man." Class Vice President 3: Senior Play Staff: Annual Staffg Prom Committee: Le Cenacle 1 4, Pres., National Honor Society 4, Monitor 4. Bernzuline Elizabeth Oliver Commercial 'Tm just bubbling over with Wim, wigor, and witalityf' Senior Play: Annual Staff: Prom Committee. Helen'0tto Classical "W'here there is music there t can be no harm." Prom Committee, Booster 1, 23 Girls' Glee Club 1, 3, 4g Girls' Trio 3, Mixed Quartet 4. Helen Louise Pauli General "Good things come in small quantities." Girl Reserves 21 National Honor Society 4. Angelo Pellerzolli Scientihc "Girls cause him no fear, and little strife: Perhaps that'S why he enjoys life." August Polozzi Industrial Arts "As much a part of sports as sports are of him." Senior Play Staff: Baseball 3, 4, Varsity: Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity: Track 3, 4, Varsity: XVrestling 3, 4, Varsity. Arthur XV. Reihl Classical "XVork conquers all." Orchestra 43 Band 3, 45 Gift Committee. Frieda Reinhardt Classical "Speak fair words and you will hear kind echoes." Prom Committee: Girl Re- serves 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: German Club 35 Cap and Gown Committee. Doris Louise Ringler Classical "There islzlught in my life but Journalism." Senior Iflay Staff: Red and Blue Sltalf 3, 4, Editor 4: Prom Committee: Gift Committee: Quill and Scroll 4, Vice Pres. SEN IORS Helen Marie Pauli General "If we all talked as much as b she, Etlernal silence there would be-H Travel 2. Robert Petre Industrial Arts "TVe want Bob no longer - he's long enough." Cap and Gown Committee, Baccalaureate Committee. Lucille Blanche Porter General "A smile goes a long way and doesn't cost anything." Home Economics 4, President, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Helen M. Reindt Commercial "My own thoughts are my companions." Audrey Mae Rieker Classical "Audrey's as quiet as can be: At least she seems that way to me." Dan NV. Rowvlnnd General "Life is a joke book with ev- ery clay a new chapter." Prom Committeeg Junior Hi- Y, l"res.g Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 33 German Club 3, Pres.g Senior Hi-Y. 19 SENIORS xvillifllll James Rudolph Industrial Arts "Courage and skill, pluck and ood will g Are the four leaves of life's clover. Travel lg Senior I-Ii-Y. Roderick S. Ruth Scientific "The boy who always eats 'criin of Wit' for breakfastf' Senior Play Staff, Test Tube 43 Hiking 33 Junior Hi-YQ Torch 1, 2: Senior Hi-YQ Monitor 4. Marjorie Scott Classical "XVith all her hard' Work she still has time to be cheerful." Annual Staff: National Honor Society 45 Le Cenacle 4: Caduw cean 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Baccalaureate Committee, Monitor, Capt. 4. Helen Marie Skivolocke I-Iorne Economics "A live wire that never gets , stepped on." Home Economics 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. Mary Pauline Slutes General "She who walks with atten- tive ears gathers Wisdom along the road? I-Ielen E. Smith General "In every roster of girls, sports her name will appear." Booster 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, G. A. C. 3. 20 Robert Rununel Industrial Arts "Friendship is mainly a mat- ter of mutual servieef, Cap and Gown Committee. ,Charles Sanders General "I-Ie's the orator of our class." Debate 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 For- um 43 Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Librarian 3, Sec'y-Treas. 4, Football 13 Track 4, Varsity, Quartet 35 Monitor 4. Catherine Sheatsley Scientific HAS charming as she is pretty." Senior Play Staff, Annual Staffg Prom Cominitteeg Invi- tations Conimitteeg Forum 43 Tri-Arts 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Monitor 4. Robert Slater Scientific "XVhen you think you're trou- ble-hit, Laugh a little bit." Meridian 3, 45 Football 3: Cap and Gown Committee. Edward Smith General "Not very tall, but not too smallg Yet full of mischief and liked by all." Travel 3, 45 Coronet 3, Torch 1, 2, Basketball 15 Football lg Cap and Gown Committee. Robert J. Smith Scientific "NVhere is my knowledge of high nuance?" Boys' Glee Club 1, 3, 43 Stamp 4, Class Treas. 3, 45 Prom Committee, Tennis 45 Senior I-Ii-Y. Anna Snyder General "A pleasant young lady." Girl Reserves 23 Girls' Glee Club 3. Harold W. Spies Classical "XVhere does he find' time for all he does?" Class President 23 Senior Play Stalfg Prom Committee3 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Li- brary Club 3, 43 ESClUi1'6S 4, Sec'y3 Bachelors Club 3, Sec'y- Treas.g Senior I-Ii-Y, Monitor, Capt. 4. Williallx H. Tznnler Industrial Arts "Bill is a good scout." Gift Committee. June Ward Home Economics "A way worth whileg a. 'Pep- sodent' smile." Senior Play Staffg Junior Red Cross Council 4. Robert Garth XVheaton Scientific "VVhere there's Bob- there's fun, we couldn't do without him." Senior Playg Annual Staff: Red and Blue Staff 43 Prom Committee, Pin and Ring Coinn-1ittee3 Finance Commit- tee: Gift Committeeg Senior Banquet Toastmasterg Forum 3. 43 Test Tube 33 Blue Dom- ino 3, 43 Psychology 4: Bache- lo-rs Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec'y 43 Fine Arts 3, 43 Camera 33 Hiking Club 23 Junior Hi-Y3 Boys' Glee Club 3, Quartetg Stamb Club 3, Treas., Pres.3 Quill and Scroll 43 Senior Hi- Y: National Thespians 4. Xvade Xvoolt Industrial Arts "Little man, what now?" SENIORS Ruby E. Soviero General "Be yourself, and you'll be original." Girl Reserves 41, 2, 33 Monitor Mary Elizabeth Strauss Scientific "Pleasant and cheerfulg al- ways friendly." Senior Play Staff, Annual Staff: Prom Committeeg Pin and Ring Committeeg Test Tube 4, Pres.: Library Club 3, 4, Sec'y 3: Bonte 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 43 Fine Arts 43 Tri- Arts 23 Booster 1, 23 G. A. C. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 3. Peter Trieit General "I've a high, undaunted zeal to accomplish something real." Junior Police 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4. Bzlrbziru Joan VVei1ner Classical "Brilliant, serious, fun-lov- ing - always a sincere friend- who could help lik- ing Barb ara ?" Annual Staff, Prom Commit- tee, Gift Committeeg Nation- al Honor Society 4, Vice Pres.3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 23 Latin Club 43 Moni- tor 4. Ami Louise Kvhite Classical "Resolve to perform what you ought, Perform without fail what you resolve." Senior Playg Annual Staff, Prom Committee, General Chairman, Pin and Ring Committeeg National Honor Society 4, National Thespians 43 Forum 43 Blue Domino 3, 43 'Psychology 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 43 Bonte 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, -l, Treas. 4: Booster 1: G. A. C. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 2, 33 Moni- tor, Capt. 4. June XVycofE Classical "A smile carries one a long Way." Senior Play Staffg Annual Staffg Prom Committee, Fi- nance Committee: Psychology 4, Sec'y-Treas.3 Booster 23 Forum 43 Le Cenacle 43 Blue Domino 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Monitor 4. 1 2 SENIORS Viviun A. Zelin:-:kns General "Her sweet disposition com- mands the respect of every- one who knows her." Diary Ann Zucchero General "Let your work speak for itself." Girl Reserves 3. David H. Boyle General "Tall, good-looking, quiet, well thought of." Senior I-Ii-Y. 22 Howard Zinlmerman Scientific "Easy to get acquainted with hard to know." Senior Play Staff: Senior Ili- Y, Vice Pres. When Everyone Erzjeyeez' a Gremef Mardz' Graf We, as 11A's, gave the class of January, 1938, the thrill of a lifetime when We gave them the prom on the night of January 8, 1938. The prom, which was under the direction of Ann White, was disguised as a Mardi Gras. The gym, Where the dance was held, was aflame with brilliant streamers of crepe paper. Balloons of all colors hung from the ceiling. To add to the decorations there were hats of all shapes and forms perched upon everyone's head. Confetti and serpentine flowed through the air. What a gala occasion! Music for dancing was provided by the "Rhythm Masters" orchestra featuring the "Big Apple." For those who did not dance, there were card games in progress. Jovial Bernadine Oliver acted as mistress of ceremonies for the floor show. Those participating in it Were Kay Glenwright, Bill Kelly, Lita Fer- nandez, Rosemary Martin, and Eugene Rollins. Doris Ringler and Helen Otto sang for some dances. c6W6en Me Moon Came Over Zee M0un!az'n77 The music stopped, the footlights came on, the house lights were dimmed, and the curtains began to part. It was Wednesday, December 14, 1938, and the senior play was commencing in the high school autditorium. The play, "Three Cornered Moon," was a three-act comedy by Gertrude Tonkonogy. Kay Glenwright as Elizabeth Rimplegar, Dean Haramis as Dr. Allan Stevens, and Kenneth Gempler as Donald had the romantic leads. The part of Elizabeth's nimble-minded mother was played by Lita Fernan- dez. Arthur Dundon, Robert Wheaton, and James Kulka played the roles of Elizabeth's brothers, Douglas, Kenneth, and Ed, respectively. Kitty, played by Virginia Clark, carried on a comic love affair with Kenneth Rimplegar. Another comic element was centered around Jenny, the maid, played by Bernadine Oliver. Klee Boring took the part of the messenger boy. Ann White and William Hunter were the understudies. The play was under the direction of Miss Elisabeth Carson. The theme of the play concerns the love affairs of Elizabeth. Will she marry Donald or will she break their engagement? She chooses to break the engagement and marry Dr. Stevens. 23 W2 Meer Ybgefberjhr Me Lay! Yime "Here's a health to the future, A sigh for the pastf' CArthur Dundonj "We can love and remember And hope to the last." CKay Glenwrightj "And for all the base lies That the almanacs hold." fKenneth Gemplerb "While there's love in the heart We can never grow old." fAnn Whitej "So a health to you, a wealth to you, And the best that life can give to you." CDean Haramisl "May fortune still be kind to you, And happiness still be true to you? CVirginia Clarkj "And life be long and good to you Is our farewell toast tonight to you." fMr. Stantonj These were the farewell toasts given at the senior banquet with Robert Wheaton as toastmaster. The banquet was held January 25, 1939, at the Alliance Woman's Club. Don Biery played piano and accordion solos dur- ing the dinner hour. IDEAL SENIOR GAL Intelligent as Lois Anne Ellett. Different as Lita Fernandez. Effervescent as Mary Ellen Connor. Able as Ann White. Lovely as June Wycoff. Sweet as Jean Farner. Entertaining as Bernadine Oliver Natural as Margaret Greenfield. Idealistic as Maddeline Angelone. Outstanding as Kay Glenwright. Refreshing as Jane Martin. Good-looking as Elizabeth Eber hard. Artistic as Ann Difloure Likable as Mary Strauss. IDEAL SENIOR BOY Imaginative as Duane Hull. Devoted as Klee Boring. Energetic as David Johnson. Ambitious as Tom Atchison. Likable as Ted Baumann. Smart as Bill Hunter. Effervescent as Dan Rowland. Nice as Dick Deville. Indispensable as Roderick Ruth. Outstanding as Robert Wheaton. Reverent as Joseph Huntley. Genial as Howard Zimmerman. Unusual as Lowell Freshley. Yumph like Kenny Gempler. HIM D0 IVY!! mm' Begzzmfb... H Because We feel we have so much and others have so little, we're giving some of what We have in the hope that it'l1 help some other students through their library manual Work, civics course, and senior prom. There follows an itemized account of belongings of the January 1939 class: I, Orville Applegate, do will and bequeath my law abiding nature to "Sarg" Spencer. I, Maddeline Angelone, do will and bequeath my typing tactics to Rose- mary Martin Qalthough her tactics are in tappingj. I, Arthur Dundon, do Will and bequeath my presidential qualities to Don Canfield. I, August Polozzi, do Will and bequeath my football technique to Hillis Hume. I, James Kulka, do will and bequeath my eyelashes to Herbie Deville. I, Ann Difloure, do will and bequeath my keyboard tal-ent to Norma Lutz. I, Ann White, do will and bequeath my fond memories to Dick Kennedy. I, Joan Graf, do will and bequeath my football hero to Ruth Kitzmiller. I, Walter Henry, do will and bequeath my animosity toward the fair sex to Louis DiDonato. I, Kay Glenvvright, do will and bequeath my sophistication to Carole Vernon. I, Margaret Greenfield, do will and bequeath my secretaryship to Edna Hammond. I, Robert Wheaton, do Will and bequeath my meekness to Francis Shover. I, Kenneth Gempler, do will and bequeath my blond tresses to Frank Zupanic. . I, Rose Fulop, do will and bequeath my athletic activities to Mary Lou Groat. 25 I, June Wycoff, do will and bequeath my sweetness to Bernice Chesney. I, Ted Baumann, do will and bequeath my "Teddy's Column" to any young "peggler" Cjournalistj. I, Bernadine Oliver, do will and bequeath my sparkle to Pat Temple. I, David McVay, do will and bequeath my southern accent to Mr. Guy Hoover. I, Bill Kelly, do will and bequeath my arpeggiios to Don Biery. I, Norma Bruni, do will and bequeath my kindness to Mary Campbell. I, Lois Anne Ellett, do will and bequeath my ability to study to Marian Dunn. - I, Catherine Sheatsley, doe will and bequeath my sculptured beauty to Nancy Ailes. I, Lita Fernandez, do will and bequeath my chic and style to Elaine Doody. I, Dean Haramis, do will and bequeath my "busyness" to George "Bud" Kennedy. I, Arthur Hanson, do will and bequeath my pleasant nature to Bob Devon. I, Frieda Reinhardt, do will and bequeath my German experiences to Verner Bonfert. I, Doris Ringler, dor will and bequeath my capability to Mary Reda. I, Dick Deville, do will and bequeath my Bachelors pin to a deserving fem. I, Daniel Rowland, do will and bequeath my pompadour to Mr. Combs Cget it?J. I, Lowell Freshley, do will and bequeath my good looks to Don Addams. I, Mary Strauss, do will and bequeath my pleasing personality to Ruth Ann Johnson. To all the "freshies," sophomores, and juniors we, the 12A's, do will and bequeath the following: the chewing gum under the desks in 201, our complete nonchalance, national period outlines in American history and civics, senior theme topics, outlines, and senior themes, all our revered teachers, and last, but not least, our unspeakable importance. 26 D0 You Like It? Dedicated to Miss Renna Ross Alliance High School is a stage, And all the students merely players: They have their study halls and their classes, And one student in four years Cor morelj Plays many parts, His acts being four periods. At first the freshman, wandering through the halls, Gazing at room numbers. , Then the studious sophomore with his books and Shining UD morning face, Creeping like a snail quite willingly to school. And then the mighty junior, strutting like a major Through the upper halls, nodding graciously to the lower classmen With an air of utter nonchalance made for his teachers' benefit. And finally - the humble, senior, full of strange ideas, Reminded of his unpaid dues, worrying over senior themes, Sudden and quick in comment, seeking that future vocation - Even in these days of progress UD. And so he plays his part. QApologies to Bill Shakespeareb Loofting Backwards Well, it's almost time for graduation. We entered high school un- aware of its pitfalls, entirely unaware of American history and civics, and Chaucer - also completely at a loss when there were 12A's around. We waded through our freshman year and entered the sophomore cycle Cone in which we became very studious, very impatient with the "freshies," and very much in awe of the seniorsj. As juniors we were oblivious to everyone. Seniors were just l2B's and 12A'sg freshmen no longer existed, and sophomore was just a name. We floated through this era, at the end of which we gave our magnificent Mardi Gras prom. Being l2B's was a problem. We weren't real seniors, and the pompous 11A's tramped on our toes, but We managed to come through all right. Ah, but at last the final door is opened. We are 12A's! The mysteries and pitfalls of A. H. S. have been smoothed out. We are no longer afraid, we are 12A's, we are the ones. We are considerate but aloof with fresh- men, sophomores, and Cevenj juniors, for we are really busy, we have to conquer the world. We have to write senior themes, present a senior play, go to a prom, a banquet, and dances. We are the cream of society, We 12A's, and, up until the last minute of school, will maintain that standard. 27 fame Clan' To Mr. Ray Reighart We, the class of June, 1939, extend sincere gratitude and appreciation for all his guidance, genuine interest, and good fellowship to us throughout our high school career. 28 Ojtcery amz' Honor Ro!! Tom Dalrymple Mac XVi1so11 J l'2l.llllC XV est J ea-11 Xvafler President ............,. .....,..................................... ....... T h ornas Dalrymple Vice President ..... ..................................... ................, M a e Wilson Secretary ........,. ....,...... J eanne West Treasurer ....,.. ............................,.... J ean Wafler Class Colors ....... .......,.....,................. S carlet and Gray Class Motto ....... ....... ' 'It gains strength as it goes." HONOR ROLL fSeven Semestersl Mary Ellen Mehl ......................................,...,,.,.............,.......,, ..,.,,,,, 9 5.92 Thomas Dalrymple .,...................,..,.............,,..........,...,..... .,,.,,,,, 9 5.14 Dorothy Ketcharn 94.32 Magdalen Degutis Eleanor Haidet ......,. Robert Rubush ........ Dorothy Strain ........ Martha Hill ............... Yvonne Desautels .....,. Lucille Burgett ........ Kathleen Pettibon Jane Lorenz ............ Norma Pettibon ...... Charles Tonier ........ Doris Marshall ........... Audrey Eastwood ....... Earline Barnes ........ J ohn Talaba ........... Margaret Bird ..... Grace Riley ....... Marion Ickes .....,...... William Dakin ....,....,.., George Schwartz ....... Mary Ellen Johns 94.03 93.86 93.52 93.36 92.90 92.63 92.62 92.57 92.46 91.92 91.20 91.03 90.96 90.85 90.75 90.61 90.60 90.46 90.23 90.17 90.15 SENIORS Irene H. AIIRIIIS Home Economics "A girl rich with common sense." Test Tube 4. Clara Belle Alldredge General "Tall and slim is she." Monitor 43 Hartville High School 1, 2, 3. Lucille V., Bailey General "Oh, so calm and poised." Prom Committee: Debate Team 33 Forum 43 G. A. C. 33 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 43 Cap and Gown Committee. Eldon Bundy Industrial Arts "XVould you believe that they are twins?" Meridian 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 43 Track 3. Clyde Barclay General "XVe feel his easy dignity." Emily Barth Classical "XVhen she rolls those great big eyes at you, look out!" Annual Staffg Prom Commit- tee: National Tliespians 43 Blue Domino 3, 43 Library Club 3, 43 Psychology Club 3, 43 Fine Arts 3, Vice l'l'ES,Q Booster Club 1, 2, Sec'y 2: Girl Reserves Z, 33 German Club 3, 4. 30 Dorothy Alhrich Commercial "There is madness about thee and joy divine." ' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Re- serves 2, 3. Iiatllryn Ruth Bagley General "Never lacking in mirth." Travel Club 3, 43 Caducean 43 Girl Reserves 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Orchestra 3, 43 Band 3, 4. Edna Bamly Commercial "A splendid girl." Girl Reserves 2. Marjorie Banks Classical "XVe love her giggles, her eyelashes, and her personal- ity." Prom Committeeg Le Cenacle 43 Blue Domino 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 Tri-Arts 43 Girl Re- serves 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Monitor 43 Senior Play Staff. Earline Winifred Barnes Commercial "A business man's dream of a perfect stenographerf' Annual Staff: Red and Blue Staff 4. John Barzdn Industrial Arts "Some of the girls envy his blond hair." Velma Eileen Battersllell Home Economics "She gets there with her long' stride." Monitor 4. lllury E. Bennett General "Her eyes as stars of twi- light fair." Baccalaureate Committee. Margaret Bates Bird Classical "XVhat makes her popular, you inquire? Her manner of which we never tire." Senior Play: Annual Staff, Co- editor: Red and Blue Staff 4: Prom Committee: National Thespians 4: Le Cenacle 4: Blue Domino 3, 4: Psychology Club 4, Pres.: Tri-Arts 4: Booster Club 1, 2: G. A. C. 1, 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Monitor 4: Minister of Class Sentiment: Quill and Scroll 4. Joseph C. Borton Scientific "He'd rather spend his gold on food than books." Prom Committee: Test Tube 4. Vice Pres.: Bachelors 4: Glee Club 1. 4: Senior Play Staff. Lawrence Brooks Industrial Arts "Blessed is the man who in- vented sleep." Travel Club 2 Senior H' , 1-Y: BOYS Glee Club 4: Band 1: Junior Police 1: Monitor 4. Geraldine Ilurnell Classical "A true friend." Girl Reserves 2, 3. SEN IORS VVilli:un C. Bnuglunau Scientific "A peculiar philosopher of a peculiar philosophy." Class Sec'y 2, Vice Pres. 3: Annual Staff: Red and Blue Staff 4: Pin and Ring Com- mittee: Test Tube 3: Blue Domino 3, 4: Psychology Club 3, 4: Esquire 3: Fine Arts 2, 3: Camera 3, 4: Hiking Club 2: Torch Club 1, 2: Orchestra 2, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Senior Play. Irene Ililcze Commercial "A cute little senior." Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 3, 4: Senior Play Staff. Everett Blugg Scientific and Classical "He grew up behind our backs." Test Tube 3: German Club 2, 3, Kathryn J. Borton General "Character is perpetual wealth? Lucille E. Burgett Classical "Proud of everyone's accomp- lishments: modest about her own." " Annual StaH: Red and Blue Staff 4: Prom Committee: Cap and Gown Committee, chair- man: National Honor Society 4: Psychology Club 4: Latin Club 4: Senior Records Com- mittee: Quill and Scroll 4. Allrlbrtl BIIPIIISS Classical "Her flashing eyes do shine," Test Tube 4: Caducean 3, vi: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres, 1, 2, 3, 4. 31 SENIORS Ann Blltterlll ore General "As carefree as the clouds in the sky." Louisville High School 15 Booster Club 2, 3, 4. Charles Chester Classical "True worth is in being not seeming." Invitations Committee, Chair- rnang Le Cenacle 45 Bachelors 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity 4. Curtis B. Coleman Scientific "As nice a looking boy as you could want." Test Tube 4: Stamp Club 3, 45 Monitor 4. Josephine D. Cotton Commercial "Known for her salesman- ship." Travel Club 25 Booster Club 15 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 49 Girls' Glee Club 2. Robert Cunin Classical "XVe never need be ashamed of Bob." Class Vice Pres. 25 Le Cenacle 45 Test Tube 35 Caducean 3, 4, Pres. 45 Tri-Arts 45 Torch Club 1, Sec'y-Treas.5 Monitor 45 Senior Play Staff. Thomas L. Dalrymple Classical 'Tve a high undaunted zeal to accomplish something rea1." Class Pres. 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres. 5 Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 3 1 -4 45 Forum 3, 45 Esquires 3, Vice Pres.5 Bachelors 3, 4, Pres.5 Torch Club 25 Latin Club 45 Senior Play. 32 Charles Chapman General "Long and lanky." Paul G. Cline 'Industrial Arts "Hes like a winter sky, sel- dom blue." Coronet 35 Band l, 2, 3, Drum Maior 1, 2, 35 Junior Police 25 Tennis 3, No. 1 Man. Margaret Ann Collins Classical "You know it's Margaret be- cause of her merry laughter." Invitations Committeeg Le Cenacle 45 Test Tube 45 Psychology Club 45 Tri-Arts 45 Booster Club 1, 25 Girl Re- serves 35 Monitor 45 Senior Play Staff. Margaret Cunin Classical "Ambitious and' industrious." Annual Staff5 Le Cenacle 4, Vice Pres.5 Test Tube 45 Booster Club 2, 35 Girl Re- serves 3, 4. Willislxll R. Dakin Scientific "An occasional pun makes a classroom more fun." Pin and Ring Committee5 Na- tional Honor Society 45 For- um 35 Test Tube 35 Library Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 45 Psychol- ogy Club 45 Esquires 3, 4, Treas. 3, 45 Tri-Arts 45 Junior Hi-Y, Pres.5 German Club 35 Monitor Captain 45 Gift Conw- mittee, Chairmang Senior Play. Nellie De Girolamo Home Economics "She'll make her air castles come to earth some dayf' Home Economics Club 3, 4. Magdalen Degqntis Classical "She and Virgil must be Hrst cousins." Annual Staff5 National Honor Society 45 Girl Reserves 35 Latin Club 45 Monitor 4. Pearl Mae Dilllifrllff Commercial 'Some waters are deeper than they appear." Booster Club 2. D01-tha Elaine Doody General "Her pixie face will ever re- main in our hearts." Annual Staff5 Prom Commit- tee: National Thespians 4: Blue Domino 3, 45 Travel Club 3, 4, Sec'y 35 Psychology Club 45 Senior Play5 Bonte 3, 4, Secfy 45 Tri-Arts 45 Girls' Glee Club 15 Monitor 45 Girl Reserves 2. Virginia Dulnnire Scientific "And still it is Bob and Ginny." Prom Committee5 Tri-Arts 3, 45 Senior Banquet Committee. Audrey C. Eastwood Commercial "Hair as light as her way." Red and Blue Staff 4. Lois Aileen Emery Commercial "Do people not seek quietude?" Annual Staff5 Red and Blue Staff 45 Senior Banquet Corn- mittee. SENIORS Yvonne Desaufels Classical "'I hope the world appreciates a French accent." Annual Sta1'f5 National Honor Society 45 Le Cenacle 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Blue Domino 3, 45 Fine Arts 45 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Monitor 45 Na- tional Thespians 4. Dorothy L. Dinger Scientific "Nothing common seems worthy of herfi Invitations Committeeg Cadu- cean 3, Treas.5 Booster Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Monitor 45 G. A. C. 2, 35 Annual Staff. Constance Dordea ' Commercial "lVe know she yelled as loud as Jack, even if she cl'idn't get as hoarse." Annual Staffg Prom Commit- tee5 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 1, 25 Cheerleader 3, -L5 Monitor 45 Senior Banquet Committee, Chairman5 Senior Play. 011:11 Dye Commercial "A twinkling eye, a. tinkling laugh." Robert E. Eckert General "Late to bed, later to rise, makes a student - or other- wise." Meridian 25 Senior I-Ii-Y, Treas.5 Junior Hi-Y. Bruce Everson Industrial Arts "lf at first you don't sul:- cced, forget it." Travel Club 25 Boys' Glee Club 25 Orchestra 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Police 15 XVrestling 25 Industrial Arts Flying Club 3, 4. 33 SENIORS Lena A. Figlioln Commercial i'One we won't forget quickly." Carville Firestone Classical "A gentle manner." Annual Staff: Le Cenacle 2, 3, 43 Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Sec'y- Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Booster Club 1, 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 43 Monitor 45 Senior Play Staff. Carl M. Flickinger General "XVhat is so hectic as a day with Carl?" Tri-Arts 43 Junior Hi-Y. Edna F. Forney General "It's the little things that count." Virginia J. Gabor Commercial "Athletics come Iirstg then study, if there's time." Pin and' Ring Committee -13 Tri-Arts 4: Camera 4, I-liking Club 2, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A. C. 2, 3: Senior Play Staff. Louise Marie Galieti Commercial "Minh, with thee I mean to live." 34 Sanford Finer Commercial "He's a business man." Travel Club 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Monitor 4. Margaret Marie Fleming General 'This lady's smile is coy, I must confess." Jean Louise Foltz Classical "Small and dark." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 13 Latin Club 4, Consul, Monitor 45 Gift Coni- mittee. Norman Freed Scientific "All work and no play would make school a dull day." Annual Staffg Red and Blue Staff 4: Test Tube 35 Junior Hi-Y, Torch Club 1, 2. Isabelle Galnnot Classical "Her hart gan melt in great compassion." National Thespians 4, Sec'y- Treas.g Blue Domino 45 Psy- chology Club 4g Tri-Arts 41 Orchestra 45 Youngstown Rayen lg Cleveland Heights 2, 33 Senior Play. Doris V. Galliher Commercial "Nimb1e are her fingers on typewriter and piano." Travel Club 23 Fine Arts 3? G. A. C. 1, 2, 3. Lulu Lopez Garcia Commercial "Reserved - for some one's future." Home Economics Club 43 Senior Play Staff. Warren W. Gerber General "His voice would please Law- rence Tibbettf' Blue Domino 43 Travel Club 3, 43 Psychology Club 43 Tri- Arts 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres, 43 Stamp Club 2, 3, Secly-Treas. 2, Vice Pres. 33 Senior I-Ii-Y3 Junior Hi-Y3 Orchestra 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play? Hiking Club 2, 33 National Thespians 4. Helen Lncile Glanser Commercial "She is conscientious in her endeavor." Girl Reserves 2. Twila Grall General 'TVomen are greater than men admit." Test Tube 43 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. George Grapentine Scientific "Shall I, wasting in despair, Clie because a womans fair?" Test Tube 33 Coronet 3, 43 Stamp Club 33 Torch Club 23 Boys' Glee Club 13 Orchestra 2. Doris Greiner Home Economics "Raven tresses are hers." SEN I ORS Richard F. Garnxan Scientific "Droll Wit is his."! Debate Team 2, 33 Forum 43 Psychology Club 43 Tri-Arts 43 Stamp Club 33 Junior Hi- Y3 Torch Club 23 Orchestra 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Monitor 43 Senior Play. Sadie Ge-rome Home Economics "Sober, steadfast, and de- mure." Home Economics Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 4. Hilda Catherine Gottschling Home Economics "A laughing tongue saves many a worry." Home Economics Club 3, 4. Blanche Granby Commercial "Ever happy and helpful." G. A. C. 1. Clarence G. Green General "VVorlc - work - work, till the brain begins to swim." Blue Domino 43 Psychology Club 43 Camera 3, 4, Pres. 43 Senior Hi-Y3 Junior Hi-Y, Sec'y3 Torch Club 23 Hi-Y Council 4, Pres.3 Senior Play. Eugene M. Grimes General "It's something to be a true athlete." Test Tube 3: Torch Club l., 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 43 Football 3, 4, Varsity 4. 35 SENIORS Mildred Evelyn Grnssnlnn Classical "lYhy bother to laugh when you can giggle?" Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 4. Jack Gwin Scientific "C'mon, 12A's, here We go." Class Pres. 25 Senior Play Staffg Annual Staff, Co-Busi- ness Manager, Red and Blue Staff 4, Business Managerg Prom Committeeg Blue Dom- ino 3, 4: Psychology Club 4: Bachelors 3, 45 Booster Club l, 2. 3, 45 Junior Hi-YQ Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Senior Play Staff. Eleanor L. I-Izlidet Classical "There's melody at her Hnger- tips." National Honor Society 45 Forum 45 Booster Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Latin Club 4, Aedileg Monitor 43 Senior Records Committee, Chair- man. Tlnelnln Harrison Commercial "A typing miss is she." Mary Elizabeth Hatton Classical "Her friends are many, her foes - are there any'?U Annual Staff, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Monitor 4. Foster I-Iaupt Industrial Arts "Silence is golden." Travel Club 2, Junior Hi-Y. 36 Mary Gulling Classical "XVe love her for her smile- her look - her way." Paul Egan I-infer Scientific "lVho can deny that he is 'chuck' full of ability?" Annual Staff5 Prom Commit- tee: Travel Club 2, 35 Esquires 45 Fine Arts 4g Tri-Arts 3, 4, Pres. 45 Orchestra 15 German Club 3, 45 Senior Play Stalfg Class Speaker. Nadine D. Huidet Commercial "XVhat would our class be without her?" Elnm. I-Inrtzel Commercial "Lively and ardent, true and kind." Travel Club 25 Booster Club 2, 35 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3: Girl Re- serves 2, 3, 4, Chorister 4. James C. Hatton Industrial Arts "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." Senior Hi-Y5 Junior Police 2: Basketball 3, Managerg Foot- ball 2, 3, Manager5 Monitor 45 Industrial Arts Flying Club 45 Senior Play Staff. Alberta Heiron Classical "XVell timed silence has more eloquence than speech." Annual Staffg Red and Blue Staff 3, 45 Test Tube 45 Cadll- cean 3, 4, Treas. 45 Hiking Club 45 German Club 3, 41 Monitor 4. lilartha I-Iill Commercial "The girl that is witty, the girl that is pretty." Canton McKinley High School 1, 2, 3, Forum 4. Cnthelyne Hllfflllilll Com mercial "An ardent athlete." Travel Club 2: G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. Marion Ickes Classical and Scientific "Treasures she finds in her letters from Egypt." Annual Staffg Test Tube 43 German Club 3, 45 Monitor 4. Myru DI. Jackson Classical "Passing our journey in silence." Le Cenacle 4, Travel Club 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Monitor 4. Virginia Jordan Classical "Sugar and 'Spies' and all things nice." Le Cenacle 4, Library Club 3, 4, Treas, 33 Bonte 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: Camera 3, Stamp Club 2, Vice Pres, Hiking Club 2, 3, Vice Pres. 2: Booster Club 1, 2: G. A. C. 1, 23 Girl Re- serves 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 Monitor 43 Senior Play Staff. Bruce Johnston Industrial Arts "Once a poet, always a poet." Senior Play, Senior Play Staff: Annual Staffg Prom Committee: National Thes- pians 43 Blue Domino 3, -1: Travel Club 2, 33 Stamp Club 35 Senior Hi-Y: Junior Hi-Y: Torch Club 2: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, -1, Vice Pres. 49 Band 3, 4, Student Electrician 3, -l. 469 SENIORS Ernnu G race Hutt General "YVe couldn't do without her." Girls' Glee Club 3. Diary C. Iannotti Commercial smile is the mainspring of happiness." Dwvane Jackson Scientific "A mind employed is a mind enjoyed." Dorothy Jusukeivcz Commercial "Let's all sing like the birdies sing." Booster Club ll G. A. C. l, 23 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. Mary Ellen Johns Classical and Scientilic "She shall have friends Wher- ever she goes." Prom Comrnitteeg National Honor Society 4: Forum 4, Sec'y-Treas.g Test Tube 45 Blue Domino 42 Caducean 35 Girl Reserves 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, German Club 3, 43 Monitor 4g National Thespians 43 Senior Play Staff. '1'he4l:i Juskovitz Commercial "A girl with a friendly dis- position." G. A. C. 2, Girl lqlcscrves 2. 37 SENIORS Robert Kennedy Commercial "Paging one grand fellow," Senior Hi-Y: Football 4, Man- ager, Basketball 4, Manager, Monitor 4. Dorothy Jean Iietchum General "Stay as sweet as you are." YVarren Central Junior High School 15 XVarren G. Hardinii' Senior High School 23 Cleve- land Heights High School 3: National Honor Society 4, Vice Pres.: Forum 43 Blue Domino 4: Psychology Club 4, ,Orchestra 43 Monitor Can- tain 4: Senior Play: National Thespians 4. Margaret Iiopun Home Economics "How far this little candle throws its beams." Travel Club 3, 4. Elizabeth Iilllllll Classical "She packs her troubles in a box and sits on the lid and smiles." Hiking Club 3, 4: Booster Club 33 Girl Reserves 23 Ml- nerva High School 1, 2, Bac- calaureate Committee. Harold F. Lauener Industrial Arts "XVork burdens me." Senior Play Staff: Prom Com- mitteeg Coronet 3, 4, Sec'y- Treas. 33 Senior Hi-Y, Pres., Junior Hi-Y, Treas.g Torch Club 1, 2, Vice Pres.: Football 1, Monitor 4. Jenn Leluncl General S "Tall and lithe as a willow wand." Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Chapel Committeeg Senior Play. 38 Helen Kesig Commercial "Foot loose and' fancy free." Booster Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2. Robert Klossner Industrial Arts "A quiet student who was never known to bother any- one." Travel Club 2g Industrial Arts Flying Club 3, 4. Laura Kuceyeski Scientific "Her laughter and happiness are contagious." Test Tube 4: Home Economics Club 3: Caducean 3, 4, G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 35 Monitor 4. Paul H. Lrlsky Industrial Arts "Here I am, girls." Travel Club 2: Basketball 1, Football 1, 2. Edith M. Lehman Commercial "Not everybody can be quiet." Joseph Liherti Commercial "You've got to be a football hero." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity: Football 1, 4, Varsity 4: Senior Banquet Committee. Lola llhle Liglltner Home Economics "Good nature and good sense always Join." G. A. C. 2, Girl Reserves 3, 4. Ralph Linerode Scientific "Love 'em and leave 'em is my motto." Annual Staff: Test Tube 3, Monitor 4. Helen Louise Luginhnhl Commercial CSM, yearsb "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we diet," Annual Staff, Red and Blue Staif 43 Prom Committee: Travel Club 2g Booster Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 23 Orches- tra 1, 2, 3. Robert Mantlm Classical "He,studies, but that's no drawback." Class Seo'y 2, 3: Senior Play, National Thespians 3, 4, Pres. 43 Forum 3, 4, Blue Domino 3, 4: Psychology Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Esquires 3, 4, Bache- lors 3, Sec'y: Junior Hi-Y, Boys' Glee Club 25 Tennis 23 Senior Chapel Committee. D0riS Marshall Classical "One of our intelligent four year Romans." G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Latin Club 43 Monitor 4. Barbara Jayne McDonald General "So sweet, so charming, so pretty." Prom Committee: National The-spians 43 Test Tube 3, Sec'y-Treas.g Blue Domino 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec'y 4: Bonte 3, 49 Fine Arts 35 Tri-Arts 3, 4, Vice Pres. 33 Booster Club l, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 2, 33 Senior Play. SENIOTRS Blau-y Fra nces Lindesmith Classical "Oh, give me a horse - and a buckeroo too, if tliere's one to spare." Le Cenacle 3, 4, Stamp Club 3, 4: Hiking Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4: Monitor Captain 4' Senior Play. 1 Jane Lorenz Classical "Some 'pep' in a small pack- age." ' National Honor Society 4g Test Tube 43 Caducean 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Hiking Club 4, Ger- man Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. Dlnbel DI. DIZIIIQWIS General "Set a goal and you'll reach it" Rosemary Martin Commercial "Come and trip it as you go On the light fantastic toe.' 1 1 Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4, Booster 2, 3, 4, Girl Re- serves 3, 4. Donald C. Dlnyer Industrial Arts "A fine fellow." Travel Club 23 Industrial Arts Flying Club 3, 4. Lorena DIcEldowney General "Lively and laughing is she' Monitor 4. 39 SENIORS Annabel McGee Commercial "XYe Wish we knew you bet- ter." Booster Club 43 G. A. C. 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. Tim othy BI eelxun Scientific "If you see things to do - do them." Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 43 Football 3, 4. Betty June Messenheimer Classical and' Scientiiic C314 yearsj "Time flies and so does Betty." Test Tube 3. Willlllll F. Miller Classical "That school girl complexion." Annual Staff, Travel Club 3. Nelle Morocco Commercial "XVitty? I'1l say. Happy? Yeah, man." Orchestra 25 Band 2, 3, 4. Robert E. Dlowen Industrial Arts "XVe'll measure him from the chin up." Boys' Glee Club lg Junior Police lg Industrial Arts Fly- ing Club 4. 40 N. Mary M cMil1en Commercial 'Free from worry, free from care, 'Mickey' McMillen flits every- where." Band 2, 3, 4. Mary Ellen Mehl Scientific 'Wvrapped up in this small lass there is much to be proud OL., Annual Staff: Prom Commit- tee: National 'Honor Society 3, 45 Forum 3, 43 Girl Reserves 2,.3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Treas. 43 BlOlOgy Laboratory Assistant, Senior Chapel Committee. Mildred E. Miller General "She's a friend to have and hold." Juanita Mitchell General 'One grand girl." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Sec'y- Treas. 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. Betty Dllllllill Commercial "There,s not another like her." Booster Club 2. Eugene Kenneth Mururi Scientific "The grin that Wins." Senior Hi-Y, Junior Hi-YL Basketball 1, 3, 4, Manager 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Varsity 49 Track 2, 33 Cap and Gown Committee. Grace E. Myers Home Economics "XVe're glad to have known you." Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Dorothy Iiatllryn Obney General "Your smile's so sweet. Keep smiling." Home Economics Club 42 Travel Club 25 Booster Club 25 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. Amy Az Otteson Commercial "Blond hair, blue eyes, Boys must pass you by with sighs." New Hampton High School, New Hampton, Iowa 15 Boos- ter Club 3, 4. Catherine Penny General "A 'Penny' from heaven." Kathleen J. Pettibon Scientific "A merry laugh is better than a mournful tear," Annual Staff: Prom Commit- tee: Pin and Ring Committee, Clhairmang National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 Forum 45 Girl Re- serves 2, 35 German Club Z, 35 Monitor Captain 4. Maxine Phillips Home Economics "Pep and then some," Test Tube 45 Home Economics Club 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Caducean 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4. . , ,, 0 v-w- ' u D134 ' , if 'WW ami ' f'i4f'.wf:, . " " .--ani? H- ' 4' ' - ',,gj1:,s??rf7Z' ' w., I ,Win 4 ' ' iw in ' yfqnf- f P so , i M2152 F' Q4 f 4? 1 4, ,A -,Q . -Jw, f f2ffJ- ..f2'a- "A fs. ' fa , , . Y 6 9 , , ,- , , Wx '-"SZ-'?'1-I-' 'Wh' ' ,1 -- ' "' - ' 272-' 1 Y 2 - ..,, - , f , 3. . - ' ' .5 57 .3 fy L ' ,- - 5 - 5 . 5 p . " J X f A M '- idglbz. wr- , 1 S Q K , , 'Q ""Y?i'2f'.vrrf 4 i -fine- 'x y. . a , H 5,0 . , ,.. , 2 SENIORS Pauline Ninrehos Classical and Scientinc "Bzzzzz-bzzzz, here comes Pauline." Stamp Club 45 Hiking Club 45 Booster Club 15 Senior Play Staff5 New Castle, Pa., High School 3. Jenn Juanita Olnney Home Economics "Quiet at school but else- where she's different." Booster Club 1. Eugene Palmenter General "A badge! Everybody run." Junior Police 1, 2, 3, 45 Moni- tor 4. Donnis Perdue Home Economics "This little girl plays a great big horn." Home Economics Club 15 Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Senior Records Committee. Norlnu Pettibon Scientific "A little Shorter, a little thin- ner, But she's just as merry as her kin ag'in her." Annual Staff5 Prom Commit- tee: Pin and Ring Commltteeg National Honor Society 45 Forum 4, Pres.5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Monitor 4. Ann Pillner Classical "Golden locks plus a golden heart." Test Tube 4. 41 SENIORS Gretchen Plnchel Classical "Can she lick 'emi' I mean stamps." Prom Committee, Camera 3, 43 Stamp Club 3, 4, Pres.. Booster Club 1, 23 Senior Play Staff. Matilda Gninor Popn General "Such a pleasing personality." Forum 4, Test Tube 43 Home Economics Club 1, 21 Booster Club 1, 2, 45 Monitor 43 Senior Records Committee. Pete Puhnr Scientific "Bring him around and I'll wrestle him." Meridian 2, 3, 45 XV1'estling 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4. Marjorie E. Ramsey Scientific i'She's tiny but every inch electrified." Test Tube 35 Home Economics Club 4, G. A. C. 19 Girl Re- serves 3, 4, Monitor 4. Eileen M. Reber Commercial "A sensible and pleasant girl." Leota Riddle Home Economics "Here is a real 'riddle'." 42 Helen l-'opal Commercial "Three cheers for Helen." Hilrrj' Porter Classical- "I ain't lazy: Tm just dreamin'." Meridian 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: Latin Club 45 Monitor Captain 4. Ruth M. Pnhl Commercial 'Everybody likes her." GYIZIYOC Ray Commercial "She's quiet except when she's talking." Home Economics Club 1, 2: Girl Reserves 3. lVInrj0rie Reynolds Scientific "Always happy and willing to help." Test Tube 3, Caducean 3, 45 Monitor 4. Grace Riley Classical "XVhen Irish eyes are smil- ing." National Honor Society 4, Forum 43 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4: Monitor 4. Bertlm Roberts Commercial She's a regular girl." Travel 2. Bel-thu Rohrer Classical A kind of friend one needs." Monitor 4. Robert Rubush Seientiiic A man of few words." National Honor Society 3, 41 Forum 33 Test Tube 4, Li- brary Club 3, 45 Bachelors 2, 3 Junior Hi-Y, Treas.g Junior Police 13 Senior Banquet Com- mittee. Dorothy Ruhl General lively and lovable lass." Test Tube 4. Helen Agnes Sacco Classical "Everybody knowsvherf' Latin 4. George F. Schwartz Classical "Need some help ?" SENIORS Diary June Rogel Commercial "Friendly to all." Home Economics Club 3, 4. Eileen Roose Commercial u know her, you'll like her." Booster Club 4. Jean Ann Ruifner Classical ys on the go, but never tired." Prom Committee: Bonte 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 43 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Gift Committee. Catherine Ryan General "A most reliable remedy for the blues." Test Tube .33 Bonte 3, 4: Tri- Arts 3, 43 Booster Club 23 Girl Reserves 3. Francis Suporito Commercial "One swell person." Loma A. Seevers General "Smile andhthe world smiles with you. Q G. A. C. 1, Monitor 4. 43 SENIORS Hugh Simpson Scientific "Sports'? I like them all." Basketball 2: Football 23 Ten- nis 33 Track 33 Prom Com- mittee, Cap and Gown Com- mittee. Kclllietll Snode Scientific "Every man has value." Meridian 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Senior Play Staff. Arlene D. Stslnfield General "The girl with the curly hair." Russell Stanley Scientific "He pleases as he teasesf' German Club 3, 45 Test Tube 4. Donald Stevenson Industrial Arts "Air minded." Track 3, 4, Varsity: Industrial Arts Flying Club 3, 4. Connie Sundo General "Always jolly and smiling! Band 2, 3, 4. 44 George Smith Industrial Arts "Fate tried to hide him by naming him 'Smitli'." Travel Club 43 Football 2, 3, 4 George WVilson Snyder Industrial Arts "YVorry kills men. XVhy die? Esquires 4. Helen Stanley Commercial "A pleasing way." Girls' Glee Club 45 Cap and Gown Committee. Richard Stnrkwenther Industrial 'Arts "The picture of ambition." Test Tube 4. Dorothy Strain Scientific "Pretty is that pretty does' National Honor Society 43 Na- tional Thespians 4, Vice Pres. l3lue Domino 3, 4, Sec'y- l?reas.g Bonte 45 Fine Arts 3 45 Senior Play: Beloit Higl School 1, 2, 3. Frank Sylvester Industrial Arts "I'd rather be right than president." Yllrestling 2, 3, 4. l Ann Szekely Commercial "Sweet, shy, and young." Raymond Taylor Scientinc "Silent but mighty." Invitations C o m rn it t e e I Bachelors 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 43 Track 4, Monitor 4. Sara Jane Thornburg Commercial "She's small, but so is a stick of dynamite." Camera 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 33 Hiking Club 3, 43 Girl Re- serves 2. Charles Tomer Scientific "He who Works hard reaps rewards." National Honor Society 4, XVrestling 25 Latin Club 4. Irene Elizabeth Vargo Home Economics "To be a good cook is her ambition." Jean W'afler Classical "A girl with ambition." Class Treas. 2, 3, 45 Forum 4, Vice Pres.: Psychology Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Moni- tor 4. AW SENIORS John Talabu Classical V "An all around' good sport." Annual Staff, National Honor Society 4, Le Cenacle 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 4: Monitor 45 Senior Play, Ann Temple Classical "Her mirror is to be envied." Test Tube 4: Caducean 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3: Monitor 4: German Club 3, 4. John A. Tibhall General "Often seen but seldom heard." Junior Hi-Y. Victor Tzetzu Industrial Arts "A real sportsmanf' Travel Club 2, Sec'y-Treas. lg Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 4. Howard J. Wnffler Industrial Arts "Swing is his specialty? Band 3, 4. Jane Louise 1Vugner General "A winning disposition." Camera 3, Hiking Club 2, 3, A . . Q . i , . 4, Pies. Z, 3, becy 2, 4, G. A. C. 2, 35 Girl Reserves 25 Girls Glee Club 3, 4. 45 SENIQRS Eloise Evelyn XVarner Home Economics "You can depend on her." Home Economics Club 3. Dorothy Mae KVeaver Home Economics "A good cook for any young man." James VVest Classical "A serious young man." Prom Committee, Test Tube 4, Pres.g Esquires 45 Junior Hi- Yg Torch Club 1, 25 Monitor Captain 43 Senior Play Staff. Blanche Willard Classical "Everybody's friend." G. A. C. 2. Margaret E. Williams Classical "A, smile for everyone." Hiking Club 3, 4, Booster Club 35 G. A. C. 33 Monitor 4. Robert IV. XVillinms Industrial Arts "He's with us." Travel Club 25 Senior Hi-Y Junior Police 1, 2.1 . 46 Chester 1Vnsilowski Scientific "Always ready to help." Le Cenacle 3, 45 Nlonitor 4, Marie VVelsh Home Economics 'iShe never 'YVe1sh's' on a friend." Jeanne West Classical 'AA charming thing is hair of red, A crown of beauty for her head." Prom Committee, General Chairman, Le Cenacle 4, G. A. C. 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 3, 4, Pres. 43 Class Sec'y 4. Herbert Williams Scientific "He's ready for anything." Meridian 3, 4, Treas. 43 Torch Club 1, 25 Baseball 3, 45 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4g Football 3, 4, Manager 4. Dlary Elizabeth Willinllls Commercial "W'e couldrft do without her." Fine Arts 43 Booster Club 22 Girl Reserves 3, 4. James Wilson Industrial Arts "Girls cause him no fear and little strife: , Maybe tl1at's why he enJ0yS life." Mac WVilson Classical "Fascism, Naziism, Essayisrn -they'1'e all in his head," Class Vice Pres. 4: Red and Blue Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Prom Committee, Quill and Scroll 4, Pres.: Psychology Club 4. Bachelors 3, 4, Vice Pres. -lg Senior Hi-Y, Sec'y3 German Club 3, 4. Andrew Ziegler Industrial Arts "A fine fellow." Travel Club 23 Senior Hi-Y- Torch Club 1, 2. 1 James Randall Ailes Scientitic "One of those strong silent menf' Coronet 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y' Tennis 23 Gift Committee. Doris May Betz Home Economics "Small and speedy." Monitor 4. Virgil Cameron Industrial Arts "There's plenty more time where the other came from." Industrial Arts Flying Club 3. Jack Colopy Scientific "I wonder what makes the wind blow." Coronet 3, 4, Treas. 4: Torch Club 1, 2, Treas. 25 Senior Play Staff. SENIORS Esndie Young Home Economics "A winning dispositionf Girl Reserves 4. Benjamin P. Znosl-ro Industrial Arts "A friend of many." Travel Club 23 Torch Club 23 Football 4. Lester Bnrber General "XVorth makes the man and want of it the fellow," Edgar Robert Burtnett Commercial "Judge me by my deeds." Torch Club 2. Lawrence R. Clark Industrial Arts "YVhat's in store for me will Hnd me ready for it." Travel Club 2: Senior Hi-Y, Junior .Hi-Y. ' Marie De Lion General "XVilling to work for every- thing she gets." Home Economics Club 4. 47 SENIORS Everett Dennis General "Man about town." Hiking Club 3, 4: Senior Hi-Y: Junior Hi-Y: Torch Club 1, 2: Monitor 4. Glen Garman Commercial "Oh, these fickle women." Fine Arts 43 Senior Play. Janles M. Greenfield Industrial Arts "Shux, you hafta get some fun outa life sometime." Football 23 Xlfrestling 3, fl, Monitor 4. Jenn Ann Hanna General "Peppy, laughing, full of fun, a better sport you'll find in none." Riverside High School, Mil-- waukee, 'Wisconsin 1, 25 An- nual S-taffg Prom Committee: Psychology Club 4, Sec'y- Treas.q Senior Chapel Com- mittee, chairman. Willizllli H. Kiel Industrial Arts "Still waters run deep." 'xVrestling 4. Edward Iioch Industrial Arts "Fonder of sports than of study." Track 2, 33 Coronet 3, 4, Pres. 45 Senior Hi-Y: Baseball 2, 3, , 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 4, XVrestling 25 Football 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Staff. 48 Henry Fisher General "Some day I'll show my manly character to the world." Travel Club 2. Clair Goddard Scientific "Courteous he was, willing, and meek." Baccalaureate Committee. Pauline Catherine I-Ialnblen Commercial "A quiet lass who goes her way." Booster Club 2: Girl Reserves 4. Robert Hoffmaster Industrial Arts "Often seen but seldom heard." Travel Club 2, Monitor 4. Richard W. Kinney Industrial Arts "Ladies, I entreat you not to trembleg my life is yours' Tri-Arts 3, 45 Senior Hi-Y: Junior Hi-Y, Torch Club 2. Vice Pres.g Boys' Glee Club 3. David Muinvvaring Industrial Arts "Dave's a 'straight shooter'." Travel Club 23 Coronet .41 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 43 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Trace 2, 3, 45 Monitor 4. Robert MONeil lnflustrial Arts "KVho's in a hurry? I'm not." Dorothy Mae Pu lln er Commercial "Nature lover - she likes u 'Greenfieldf " Booster Club 33 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4. Ivan John Pupinean Industrial Arts "Jovi:-il, carefree - that is Ivan." Industrial Arts Flying Club 4. 1-l.0SOIll0llll Purdy General "Describe him who can." Basketball 3, 4. Xvillllil Sebrell Commercial "A happy and helpful girl." Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. VV:uyne M. Stewart Commercial "l-le's a whiz on the track." Coronet 43 Senior Hi-Y: Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity: XVrestling 2, 3, 4. SENIORS Ruth Oyster Classical "In her 'tis natural to please." Monitor 4. Robert Pnnnier General l. The bench was plenty hard, but Bob's no quitterf' Meridian 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Football 3, 4. Evelyn M. Parsons General "It's 21 fine thing' to sing." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. Robert A. Rustetter General "A budding Beau Brummelf' Coronet 3, 4, Sec'y 43 Tri-Arts 3, 4, Treas. 4, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. Joe XVOIIIITIIWW' Sepsi General "He looks on life with a smile." Travel Club 332 Torch Club 1, George Streblo Industrial Arts "A man, and what at man!" XYrestling 3. 49 SENIORS Robert A. Tlunnus Scientific "Stop! I'll sign your pass." Monitor 45 German Club 3, Baccalaureate Committee, Chairman. Foster WVelmer Scientific "He treats everyone the same." Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 4: Ronald L. Tuel Industrial Arts "Building airplanes is his specialty." Ida C. Zueellero General "IVomen have the understand ing of the heart." Travel Club 2, 33 Girl Re- serves 3. John Andricks Industrial Arts A man of no few purposes." Canton McKinley 2, 3. Stephen Bursnn Industrial Arts The world knows nothing yet of its great men." Alfred Gorby Industrial Arts "A man of destiny." Cap and Gown Committee. Allen Hznulenshield Classical "A proper man as his friends know." Prom Committee: Junior Hi- Yg Senior Hi-Y. Louis E. illurini Industrial Arts "Music is his specialty." Travel Club 2: Orchestra 2, 35 Band 2, 3. Gordon Profeta Industrial Arts "I-Ie doesn't say much, but I'll bet he does a lot of thinking? Travel Club 23 Meridian 2, 35 Football 4. "Wow Ytoo Eyes S0 Blue Came S772Z'fZ'7Z, Tbrozzgf' The June class of 1939 not only broke all records by its size, but also shattered previous records of excellence and merit in the presentation of its senior play, "Smilin' Through," given on April 26, 1939. The play, a perennial favorite, is a love story involving a young Irish g'irl's problems in winning her lover over the antagonism of her old uncle. A costumed flashback of fifty years added to the charm of the play. The production, pronounced a success by all, boasted a large and well chosen cast. How can We ever forget Elaine Doody as the charming and fiery Kathleen, Richard Garman as the obstinate but gentle old John Car- teret, Bill Dakin as Kathleen's handsome lover, or Barbara McDonald as the beautiful Moonyeen? Bruce Johnston as lovable old Dr. Owen Harding was excellent, while Clarence Green as the stuttering but determined Willie brought shrieks of laughter from the audience. Robert Mantho as John Carteret fifty years previous showed his ex- cellent ability as an actor, while Warren Gerber provided the melodrama as the defeated and bitter Jeremiah Wayne. Dorothy Ketcham as old Ellen and Margaret Bird as young Ellen, the faithful maid, added a human and appealing note to the play, while Tom Dalrymple as the nervous and excited Dr. Owen of fifty years ago also proved his merit. Dorothy Strain as Mary Claire and the guests at th-e wedding, Mary Lindesmith, Isabelle Galanot, Jean Leland, Glen Garman, John Talaba, and Bill Baughman, all contributed toward the play's success. Much credit should also be given to John Talaba, boys' understudy, Constance Dordea, girls' understudyg and Jeanne West, prompter. The class also wishes to thank Miss Florence Meyer for her unfailing guidance and assistance in producing "Smilin' Through." Arm' UQ Dczfzcea' the Mgbf Away Rhythm and harmony held sway May 14, 1938, when the high school gym was converted into a music shop, the theme of the j unior-senior prom. Through the "windows" of the music shop could .be seen land heardj Chuck Mousheyis orchestra at one end and Martin Cohen's orchestra at the other. The walls of the gym were covered with music staffs with notes of green and black galore. The programs designated each dance as a musical selection. P During intermission Rosemary Martin danced and Norvin Carnes sang. Though it is true no one purchased any music at the "shop," it may be said that everyone purchased one grand time. 51 Left W F0rgez'--- We, the June Class of 1939, do hereby, make, execute, and publish our last will and testament, in accordance With the provisions therein To Don Canfield we leave Tom Dalrymple's ability as a president To Mary Reda we leave Jean Wafler's ability to take care of class finances. To Mary Campbell We leave fond memories of Guy Rastetter. To Lilyan Shultz We leave Elaine Doody's ability to act. To Hillis Hume we leave Dee Grapentine's dancing ability Cas if needed . it To Ellen Daily We leave Irene Bilcze's pretty teeth. To Carole Vernon We leave Marjorie Banksis giggles. To John Bowman we leave Mac Wilson's ability to Win contests To Lois Heastand we leave Peg Bird's work on the Red and Blue staff To Pat Temple we leave Jack Gwin's great height. To Maxine Dinger we leave Connie Dordea's ability as a cheerleader To Marian Dunn we leave the intelligence of Mary Ellen Mehl To Frances Iannotti we leave Cathelyne Huffman's participation in sports. To Bernice Chesney We leave Barbara McDonald's versatility. To Bob Devon We leave Jean Hanna's naturally curly hair. To Martha Ailes we leave Dorothy Ketcham's pleasing personality To Charles Sell We leave Ray Taylor's football letters. To Elaine Lauener We leave Virginia J ordan's ambition to be a nurse To all future patrons and patronesses of senior classes We leave the help and advice Mr. Reighart has given us. Perfect Senior Girl Hair like Mary Iannotti's. Eyes like Mary Ellen Mehl's. Dependable as Jean Wafler. Energetic as Virginia Gabor. Naive as Dorothy Ketchaln. Complexion like Isabelle Galanotis. Smile like Irene Bilcze's. Dances like E-laine Doody. Versatile as Barbara McDonald. Intelligent as Norma Pettibon. Dresses like Marjorie Banks. Athletic as Cathelyne Huffman. June Class of 1939 Perfect Senior Boy Eyes like Warren Gerber's. Dependable as John Talaba. Smile like Bill Dakin's. Dances like Dee Grapentine. Athletic as Ray Taylor. Friendly as Dave Mainwaring Intelligent as Tom Dalrymple. Dresses like Guy Rastetter. Agreeable as Curtis Coleman. Witty as Jack Colopy. Energetic as Victor Tzetzu. Humor of Paul Cline. Pyczlm 0 f ' like Senior Tell me not in doleful numbers, "The seniors life IS but a dream." Though in study hall he slumbers, Things are not all what they seem. As he sleeps, he sees. a vision, Vision of his freshman year, As he stands in indecision, Shaking, trembling, filled with fear. How he envies upperclassmen- How he cringes for their nods. Nothing earthly can surpass themg Lords are they - Olympian gods! Now the scene is more alluring. And a sophomorefhe stands, With a smile so reassuring, Tendering freshmen helping hands. Once again the scene is shifted- A jolly junior he's become. Life's worth living - he's quite gifted, And he feels he "ain't so dumb." Another scene moves through the story Then senior bursts in on the breeze. And Solomon in all his glory Was not arrayed like one of these. Football togs - a huge blue letter, All club pins, and Girl Reserve, Rolled down sox - a blazing sweater, Cocky smile - all swagger, swerve. Life to him is romp and roister - All he cares for is his girl g And to him the world's his oyster, And he's sure he's found the pearl. Ah, dear senior, neath your trappings There's a sadness of farewell. Smile and tear are overlapping, As your thoughts on memories dwell. Life's biggest test you'll soon be taking, When you hope to make the grade. There will be no chance for faking. But Alliance grads are unafraid! 53 Senior Clays Prophecy As time speeds on, and the past is past, Where, oh, where is t-he senior class, The class whose members were loved so well? WVhere each will be I'll try to foretell. Dalrymple first, our president grand, To him the class gives first command. To him the President gives a medal For all the disputes he has to settle. Bill Dakin is next in line, A better doctor you cannot lindg Then comes Wilsoii, a lawyer is heg In Dee Grapentine, a banker we see. Looking in the calendar of time we find Robert Cunin an artist sulblime. Among the critics of the lands, Jeanne West the highest stands. YVhat of Bird, Banks, and Pettibon? Why they're the dog catchers in a nearby town, And Ickes and Doris Marshall too Are doing the things we should do. Ketcham and Lindesmith, who are they? Women that everybody loves to obey. Then Jean Hanna we now behold, A little wife is all We're told. Now Mantho, the studious lad, A professor he, and brains his fad. Virginia Dunmire comes into view, And she a teacher it seems is too. Still then is Barbara Whom We must not forget, For she is the lady of our set. And Jean Ann Ruffner, the pride of the state, Married the governor, just of late. Ah! Emily Barth a musician she, Known throughout from sea to sea. Mehl and Johns, friends are they, Living their life in their own sweet way. Then Bill Baughman, where's he stand? The greatest editor of our land. Virginia Jordan and Dot Strain too Have reached the ladder of fame, have you? Now Harry Porter comes in lineg A greater business man is hard to find. And Bob Pannier, our chief ot police. Has made Joe Borton a. justice of peace. Of Jack Colopy - can you guess?-- A principal of old A. H. S. While Bussie Boyle, you know the name, ' A cartoonist of the greatest fame. Rastetter and Gerber are senators, And Johnston a judge in our court, VVhile Garman is a Republican orator, And Martin our news does report, Then Yvonne comes into View Among the historians, who today are few. And Bob Rubush - what is he? - A master of all antiquity. Ryan and Dinger whom we all know Have chosen their careers in the nurses' row. But Lauener and Long, alike are they, Druggists and doctors, so some say. Jack Gwin, a Wall Street broker is he, Promising the world the Zbest to be. Then Foltz and Riley, the friends we see, Both teachers in a university. Dordea and Talaba a ,pair are they, Surpassing Shakespeare, producing their plays, While Collins and Doody of both we can say, Have startled the world as movie stars gay. Clarence Green is out selling tires, While Meehan is a chief in putting out tires. Gretchen and Pauline are friends as of yore, Such as the world never saw before. Ken Snode always wears a big star And in his taxi he travels far. He drives S'treblo and Tzetzu around, For theyire the highlights of our town. Herbie VVilliams is last but not least, For he can't be beat in selling yeast. Whatever you think your careers will be, Will they remain as dreams or become a reality? 1471427 bare are T66 umfervfrzyfffzm- Makers of fomorrow CLASSES M President ............. Vice President ........ Secretary ............. Treasurer ................ Class Pa Lroness Class Colors ...,.... Class Motto ...... President ............. Vice President ..... Secretary .......... Treasurer ......,.. Class Patroness Class Colors .,... Class Motto ....., President .............. Vice President ....... Secretary .,....... Treasurer .,........... Class Patroness Class Colors ......... President ......... Vice President ........ Secretary ............. Treasurer ............ Class Patroness Class Colors ..... Class Motto ....... President .,....... Vice President Secretary .........,... Treasurer ............... Class Patroness President ................. Vice President ........ Secretary ,...,...c... Treasurer ........ Class Patroness 12B Class 11A Class ...................David Cox .......Ruth Ann Johnson ................Helen Peterson ..........,..............Janet Taber ........Miss Martha Haldane A......................Rose and silver ..,....."Seize the opportunityf' ..,..,..,Donald Canfield .............J0hn Bowman .........Edna Hammond Reda Frances Miller and ivory ....."We 11B Class 10A Class 10B Class can because we think we can." ...,....Henry Canfield ,.,....Verner Bonfert ..,.,,.....Virginia Birch ......,..Dorothy Varner ,,.....Miss May Smyth .. ....,.. Blue and gold ......... Dale Hewitt ..........Kennard Ewing ,,,,,,,..,.,,,......Ol1V6 Jones ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Betty Pratt Mildred Walker' ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,......Crimson and gray ...."In ourselves our future lies." .......,,.Alfred Cohen .........Earl Branfield ,,,,,,..,,.,,Evelyn DGLIOD Coombs Elizabeth Wright 9A Class KNO Picturej 57 Thelma June Martin ,,,.,,,,,,.......Robert White .,.......,Alberta Austin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,McClellan Best ........Miss Thelma Varner Caagaf by fae Camera ia aaa' aa! of Scfvoof 53 All work mm' no pfay 11151156 Jack zz du!! boy ACTIVITIES CALENDAR SEPTEMBER XVell! VVe1l! Is it St. Patrickws Day or just another batch of fresh- ies seeking the fabled elevators? -Move along now! No loitering in the halls! Sounds like the new monitors. -Seniors losing lots of Weight lately. Wfonder if it could be that senior theme topics are about due. OCTOBER -Chapel today - are you a dope? Pardon nie. Narcotics was just the speaker's topic. -School is very glad to see Mr. Vaughan back after his long illness. -"The Bobbsey Twins" visit school as book covers under arms of many dignified seniors. -Halloween! S e n i 0 r s haunting library for material for senior themes which are due. NOVEMBER Did you ever see a "Three C 0 rnered Moon"? Just the title of the play selected by seniors. -Sigh! Sigh! Captain Fenton of Cathedral Latin is picking the queen for the Armistice game. -Are you a moron? An idiot? Seniors are won- dering after taking long awaited intelli- gence tests. DECEMBER -Stunt chapel today. "Casey at the Bat" takes iirst prize for G. A. C. -"Three Cornered Moon" shown last night in the auditorium. A big suc- cess. -Have you heard? Lois Anne has just been picked as class speak- er. JANUARY -Back to school after our restful vacation??? Everything still looks the same. -Thanks to the 11A's- a swell prom. -Baccalaureate at the M. E. Church. Seniors look elegant in. their caps and gowns. ' CALENDAR FEBRUARY -Quakers' meeting has begun and ended in their favor, 37-31. -Peter Pe ll ll i ll gto n picked a. peck of pickled peppers witl1 the glee clubs at tl1e operetta. -What ? Debate. Where 'I Roo111 201, When? 8:00 o'clock. Judge decided the wrong way - Sa- lem won. MARCH -Maestro Lutz took a bow at the first of the annual 'band concerts. -Everyone was in the clouds at the 11B Rain- bow Da11ce. -Swing your partner!- Coronet's screw b al l shuffle. APRIL -Along with the fever, spring brought us the 'Tri-Arts dance. -Surprise! A n -o t h e 1' dance. This time the Esquires hold forth. -We all were Hslllilill' Through" tears at our senior play. -There is something about a Bachelor Cchap- ell. MAY In tl1e spring a young rnan's fancy . . . Let's all sing like the birdies sing - music week chapel. Ability comes to life at Fine Arts chapel. 12A's arnble down Fifth Ave11ue to the New York Fair proin. JUNE -The first step to the last affair - Baccalaureate. -Senior Banquet - a toast to our high school nieniories. -Conlniencenient-words can't express our feel- ings. 4' The Cfyrofziclei' Sfaf Lois Anne Ellett and Margaret Bird are the co-editors of "The Chron- icle," combined annual for the January and June graduating classes of 1939. David Johnson and John Gwin are the business managers. The assistant editor for the January class is Ruth Ann McConnell, and the assistant business manager is Thomas- Atchison. Jane Crawford, Ann White, and David McVay had charge of the senior write-ups, and Barbara Weimer and Ann Difloure, the pictures. Joan Graf had charge of classes, and Marjorie Scott, the faculty. Mary Strauss and Catherine Sheatsley had charge of clubs, and June Wycoff wrote the calendar. Athletics were written up by Kenneth Gempler and Ted Baumann, and features by Berna- dine Oliver, Kay Glenvvright, and Robert Wheaton. The snapshots Were collected by Virginia Clark, William Kelly, and John Aultg and Dorothy Deuvall Wrote up the prom, play, and banquet. The typists were Mary Ellen Connor and Maddeline Angelone. The assistant editor for the June class is Betty Hatton, and the assist- ant business manager is Bruce Johnston. The senior write-ups were taken care of by Mary Ellen Mehl, Lucille Burgett, and Ralph Linerode. Kathleen Pettibon and Norma Pettibon had charge of senior pictures, and Yvonne Desautels and Margaret Cunin, classes. Marion Ickes and Alberta Heiron had charge of the faculty, and Carville Firestone and Magdalen Degutis, clubs. The calendar was Written by Jean Ann Hanna and Emily Barth, and athletics were written up by Norman Freed, John Talaba, and Charles Chester. Elaine Doody, Constance Dordea, and Dorothy Dinger Wrote the featuresg and the snapshots were collected by Paul Hafer and William Baughman. The prom and play were Written up by Wanda Miller, the typists were Earline Barnes, Lois Emery, and Helen Luginbuhl. Miss Dorothy Marmet is the editorial adviser of the annual and Miss Mary Dilley, the business adviser. 62 H 726 Red mm' Blawg, Sfczf Doris Ringler was editor of "The Red and Blue" the first semester of 1938-1939, and James Kulka was business manager. Reporters were Ted Baumann, Norman Freed, Kay Glenwright, Margaret Bird, Alberta Heiron, Robert Wheaton, Mac Wilson, Aileen Lasse, and John Gwin. John Gwin was also business assistant. Typists were Earline Barnes, Doris Galliher, Lois Emery, and Audrey Eastwood. The editor for the second semester was Mac Wilson, and John Gwin was the business manager. His assistants were James Rennels and Charles Sell. The reporters were Margaret Bird, Lucille Burgett, Bernice Chesney, Doreen Evans, Lois Heastand, Aileen Lasse, Helen Luginbuhl, Betty Rob- inson, Paul Thompson, Betty Jane Wallace, William Baughman and Donald Canfield. The staff photographer was Frank Hoiles. Earline Barnes, Aud- rey Eastwood, Cora Black, and Lois Emery were the typists. The editorial adviser is Miss Dorothy Marmet, and the business ad- viser is Miss Mary Dilley. V 63 ACTIVITIES NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Semester President ............................ Arthur Dundon Vice President ................ Barbara VVein1er Secretary-Treasurer ,.., Margaret Greenfield Second Semester President ............,..,....,. Thomas Dalrymple Vice President ................ Dorothy Ketcham Secretary-Treasurer ............ Dorothy Myers Faculty Committee: Miss Mary Dilley, chairman, Principal J. E. Vaughan, Mr. R. S. Coppock, Mr. Herbert Pritchard, Miss Mabel Hartzell, Miss Eugenia Moses, and Miss Ruth Weaver. Purpose: To recognize the high stand- ards of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. NATIONAL THESPIANS First Semester President ............................ Robert Mantho Vice President .................... Dorothy Strain Secretary-Treasurer .......... Arthur Dundon Second Semester President ............................ Robert Mantho Vice President .................... Dorothy Strain Secretary-Treasurer .......... Isabelle Galanot Advisers: Miss Elisabeth Carson first lsemesterl, Miss Florence Meyer fsecond semesterl. Purpose: To create a spirit of active and intelligent interest in dramatics among boys and girls of our secondary schools. DEBATE TEAM Honorary President ...... Thomas Dalrymple Vice President ........................ Don Canfield Secretary-Treasurer ............ Dorothy Myers Adviser: Mr. Oren Mollenkopf. Purpose: To develop the speaking abil- ity and reasoning power of the debaters for life. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL First Semester . I President .............................. William Kelly Secretary ...,.................... Carville Firestone Treasurer .................................. Ann White Second Semester President ............................ Louis DiDonato Secretary .................................... Mary Boyd Treasurer ................................ Emma Beck Adviser: Miss Margaret Benjamin. Purpose: To carry on Red C1'0ss activi- ties! in the high school. JUNIOR POLICE First Semester Chief ................................ Orville Applegate Inspector .... .............. D on Howell Major ....... ................. D on Cowen Captain ....,.. .,..., E ugene Palmenter Lieutenant .... ............ B ill Sheehan Sergeant ..,....... ..... R ofbert Spencer Drill Master ......... ........ P aul Snyder Secretary ...................................... Bob Gaul Assistant Secretary .................... John Lally Second Semester Chief .......................................... Don Cowen Deputy Chief ......,.,..,................ Don Howell Inspector ....... .............. P aul Snyder Major ............. ..................... T ed Steede Drill Master ..., .....,..... E ugene PRIIHBIIISI' Secretary .,..,.........,. Bob Gaul fDivision Al Secretary .........,.,,. John Lally fDivisi0'n BJ Assistant Inspector ,,.,,.,,.,.,,..,.. Tom B0yCG Captain ...,........,,,,,,.,,,,,,,-,,,,..... Bill Sheehan Lieutenant ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jenn Zimpleman Sergeant ...............,,,,l,.....,,.. Robert Spencel' Adviser: Mr. Earl Schultz fiirst semes- terj and Chief Harry L. Stark fseconfl semesterl. 64 ACTTVITIES BOYS' GLEE CLUB First Semester Presidellt ----,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.A...,.. JlldS011 JOIIGS vice President ...................... Dan Rowland Secretary-'Treasurer .......... Charles Sanders Second Semester President ,.,,,,,,,.,,,.,,..,,,,.,,.,..,.. Judson Jones Vice President ,................, Bruce Johnston Secretary-Treasurer ................ Dale Hewitt Adviser: Miss Eva Lee Sacke-t. Purpose: To instill an interest and ap- preciation of finer music in the boys of Alliance High School. GIRLS, GLEE CLUB First Semester President .........,.................. Ruth Ann Trott Vice President ,..,.,.............. Helen Peterson Librarian ,,..,........................... Anna Snyder Second Seniestei- President ...............,...... Ruth Ann Johnson Vice President and Librarian ..Doris Flynn Secreta.rv-Treasurer ....,.........,. Norma Lutz Adviser: Miss Eva Lee Sackett. Purpose: To make music possible for every student, and to give every student an opportunity to show her musical ability. ORCHESTRA Adviser: Miss Eva Lee Sacket. Purpose: To provide music for chapel and high school functions. D H1-Y COUNCIL President ............................ Clarence Green Vice President ................ Lawrence Martin Secretary-Treasurer ............ Robert Taylor Advisers: Mr. Oren Mollenkopf and Mr. Arthur Combs. Purpose: To coordinate the Hi-Y'i3. WENDELL P. PFOUTS HI-Y First SC-IIICSIQI' President ............................ Harold Lauener Vice President ...,.................... Klee Boring Secretary .............................. Walter Henry Second Semester President ............................ Harold Lauener Vice President .......................... Joe Farmer Secretary ...................................... Bus Boyle Treasurer .................................. Bob Eckert Adviser: Mr. Oren Mollenkopf. Purpose: To raise the social, athletic, educational, and religious standards of the high school. 65 ACTIVITIES GEORGE IVILLIAMS HI-Y First. Semester President ..................,....... Lawrence Martin Vice President ...... ......,..... B ill Hamlin Secretary .,............................ William Smith Treasurer .......,,......................... Bob Burrell Second Semester President ..............l........... Lawrence Martin Vice President ........................ Robert Scott Secretary .................... Lawrence Handwork Treasurer .............,.............. Williaiii Smith Adviser: Mr. Arthur Combs. Purpose: 'To create, maintain, and ex- tend throughout the school and commun- ity high standards of Christian character. TORCH CLUB First Semester President ....,.,..................... Harry Wheaton Vice President ...... ............ D ale Hewitt Secretary .,...,.... T: .............. James Moushey Treasurer ......,.,..................... William Kline Second Semester President ..........,,..,....,...,.......... Hyde Stires Vice President .,..,,.................... John Peters Secretary ............................ James Moushey Treasurer ....................,,...,.... William Kline Adviser: Mr. James Wilhelm. Purpose: To promote Wholesome fun, fellowship, and clean sportsmanship among its members, and make Christian stand- ards more ideal in high school life. u MERIDIAN CLUB President .................,,.....,....... Eldon Bandy Vice President ...... ..,......, H arry Porter Secretary .................,...,...... Kenneth Snode Treasurer ...........,............ Herbert VVilliams Adviser: Mr. Clyde Stanley. Purpose: To promote sportsmanship and appreciation of higher ideals of sport and to raise the moral and physical standards of its members. JUNIOR-SENIOR GIRL RESERVES President ..............................., Jeanne West Vice President ..... ........ D orothy Palmer Secretary ..,.....,.........,,........ Ruth Ann Bert Treasurer .......................... Mary Ellen Mehl Advisers: Miss Martha Hawk and Miss Marian Elliot. Purpose: To Hnd and give the lbest. SOPHOMORE GIRL RESERVES President .............,...,.... Berdine HGHCIGTSOH Vice President ,,.............. Esther Greenfield Secretary-Treasurer ..,..,.,...... Arlene Rehlll Adviser: lVliss Jane Armstrong. Purpose: To iind and give the best. 66 ACTIVITIES FRESHMAN GIRL RESERVES First Semester president ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,. Donna Jean Goddard Vice President ,,,,,.,......,.. Margaret Burrell Secretary ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,......,,. Helen Bertram Treasurer ,..,........,............... Geraldllle RGCIR Second Semester President ,w,,,,,,,,,,..,..,.....,...... Wanda Stoller Vice President ..,.,....I..,......, .Glorio Donofrio Secretary ,,,,,,,,....,....................... Betty CTOSS Treasurer ,,4,.....................,., Shirley MOl'g3.11 Advisers: Miss Ellen Nolt and Miss Ruth Dowler. Purpose: To find and give the best. BOOSTER CLUB First Semester President ..,........, .................,..,... R uth Dunn Secretary ,,,,,..,,,,....................,.. Helen Smith Treasurer ,,,,,,..,...........,,.. Vvinifred Horner Second Semester President ,,.........,.,....................,. Jane Ellett Secretary ,,,,,.,,,.,.,............. Flora R0be1'tSO1'1 Treasurer ..,,.,.......................,,... Irene Bilzce Adviser: Miss Margaret Benjamin. Purpose: To create a spirit of clean sportsmanship and enthusiasm in regard to athletics. FORUM CLUB First Semester President .,,,,............... Margaret Greenfield Vice President ...............,..,... John Bowman Secretary-Treasurer ...,...... Lois Anne Ellett Second Semester President ............................ Norma Pettibon Vice President ........................ Jean Wafler Secretary-Treasurer ...... Mary Ellen Johns Adviser: Miss Mabel Hartzell. Purpose: The purpose shall be the ac- quisition of knowledge concerning inter- national, national, and local affairs by intelligent discussion. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB First Semester President ..................................., Ann White Secretary-Treasurer ..............,. June Wycoif Second Semester President ..,...,.......,............... Margaret Bird Vice President ............,............l Bob Mantho Secretary-Treasurer ........ Jean Ann Hanna Adviser: Mrl Walter' VVebb. Purpose: To broaden the students' in- terests, instill in their minds a practical knowledge of psychology, and to promote a closer relationship between teacher and student. LE CENACLE First Semester President ...,...................,...,..., David Mcvay Vice President .,... ,............. A nn Difloure SGCr9t211'y .....................,.. Yvonne Desautels T1'G2LSu1'e1' .............................,.. John Talaba Second Semester P1'GSide11t ........................ Yvonne Desautels Vice President ................., Margaret Cunin S6C1'6ta1'y .......................... Suzanne Johnson TI'9?1Sl1l'9l' ................................ John Talaba Adviser: Miss Elizabeth W1'igl1t. Purpose: T0 promote an interest in French as a living language. 67 ACTIVITIES LATIN CLUB Consuls .......... Robert Strauss, Jean Foltz Scriba .,,,, ......,......... K atherine Kuntzman Quaestor ,,,,,.,..,........,.,....... Thomas Stoffel' Aedile ,,,,,........... .................. E leanor Haidet Adviser: Miss Jane Dilley. Purpose: CaJ To learn more about Rom- an life and customs: fb? To learn more about Roman Mythology: Col 'To create a keener interest in Latin. A GERMAN CLUB. I P1'QpS1dSl1t ,,,,............,......... W1111fl'6d RIHKQI' Vice President .,.. .,..... A lta McClincy Secretary .,......,.... I .................... Donald ZUCI1 Treasurer .......,....,..............,.... Jane Lorenz Adviser: Mr. Floyd Atchley. Purpose: To aid in creating and promot- ing interest in the study of the German language. BLUE DOMINO Firsts Semester President .,,.,.......:......,...... Donald Canfield Vice President .................... Marjorie Banks Secretary-Treasurer ....,....... Dorothy Strain Second Semester President .,...........,,... K ......,..,,,,, Andy Dordea Vice President ....,..,.......... Marjorie Banks Secretary-Treasurer ............ Dorothy Strain Adviser: Miss Elisabeth Carson Hirst semesterj, Miss Florence Meyer fsecond sen1esterJ. Purpose: To promote skill in acting up- on the stage and to develop a more general interest in dramatics and the art of act- ing throughout the student body of Alli- ance High School. TEST TUBE CLUB First. Semester President ...............................,.. James West Vice President .....,......,..,,,.. Joseph Borton Secretary-Treasurer ...,....,.,..,., Neal Mosely Second Semester President ...........................,....., James West Vice President .................... Joseph Borton Secretary-Treasurer ................ Neal Mosely Adviser: Mr. Ben Temple. Purpose: 'Te cover a Wider Held ot chemistry than that allotted for class room work and to encourage outside study for those who aspire to membership in the club. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB l First Semester . Premdent ,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Lucille Porter Vice President ...,.. ...... M argaret KOSI1 Secretary ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jane Edgell Treasurer ,...............:..,..,..,.,.. Sadie Gerolne Second Semester President ........,..,..,..........., :Margaret Kosa Vice President ..........,....,....,,.,.. Twila Grail Secretary .........,,,,,, ,,,.. M axine Phillips Treasurer .............,,,. ..... S adie GGYOIUC Assistant Treasurer l,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Helen Toslla News Reporter ...,..,,,,,l,,.,...,,,.,..., Kay' Kirby Adviser: Miss Marie Dettmer. Purpose: To further the interest in homemaking and to instill the graces of homemaking. 68 ACTIVITIES GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB President .,....I............... Cathelyne Hoffman Vice President .,......,.....,.., Kathleen Baker SecretaryJTreasurer ................ Irene Bilcze Adviser: Miss Lucile Pettis. Purpose: To give all girls in school who Wish activity an opportunity for the development of game skill and a knowl- edge of game rules, and to help them in physical coordination and social contact. TRAVEL CLUB President ,,-,,,,,,,......,.......,.,..... Paul Chapple Vice President .,.........,,......... Eileen Grimes Secretary ,,,.,...,...,... Katherine Kotzbacher Treasurer .........................,.,.,.. Alton Arnold Advisers: Mr. Guy H-oover and Mr. Rob- ert Hier. Purpose: To present each year a de- tailed picture of life in different parts of the World, and to familiarize students with interesting regions in our own state and country. LIBRARY CLUB First Semester President ,,..,.,..,,,...,...,.... Richard Kennedy Vice President ..,, .......... D ean Hararnis Secretary ,.,.,..................... Kay Glenwright Treasurer .......................... Bernice Chesney Second Semester President ..........,................... William Dakin Vice President ................ Richard Kennedy Secretary ...................... Barbara McDonald Treasurer .............,.............. Dorothy Myers Advisers: Miss Mary Gaal and Mrs. Flor- ence Mowry. Purpose: The purpose of this organiza- tion Will be to facilitate the operation of the Alliance High School Library. CADUCEAN CLUB I First Semester 4 President ......................,......... Robert Cunin Vice President ................,..,.. Betty Shoffner Secretary ....................,.......,. Ruth Hummer 'l'1'eaSu1'e1' ............................ Alberta Heiron Second Semester President ..................,...........,. Robert Cunin Vice President ..,., ....... B etty Shoffner Secretary ............ . .................. R uth Hummer Treasurer ............................ Alberta Heiron Adviser: Mises Ruth Dowler. Purpose: To benelit those boys and girls who are deiinitely interested in nursing and medical Ca1'6G1'S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS FLYING CLUB President' ..... .............. H ar-len McCauslin Secretary .............................. Williain Gross 'Treasurer .......,..,,.....,...... Richard Moseley Advisers: Mr. Russell Miller, Mr. Robert Wade, Mr, E. E. Kidwell, Mr. Leland Whit- acre, Mr. James Wilhelm, Mr. Charles You- mans. Purpose: To give expression and recog- nition to an increasing interest in model 'building as evidenced in our high school, 69 ACTIVITIES STAMP CLUB First Semester President ...,.................... Gretchen PILlCIlQ1 Vice President ........,.....,......... Jack Balnlut Secretary-Treasurer .................. Hazel Auld Second Semester President ..........,............. Gretchen Pluchel Vice President ...................... David Lucien Secretary-Treasurer .........,...... Hazel Auld Adviser: Miss Margaret Gongwer. Purpose: To teach the members the purpose, value, advantage, and education derived from stamp collecting. CAMERA CLUB First Semester President ,....................,....., Clarence Green Vice President ...,,....,............ YVillia1n Kelly Secretary-'Treasure-r .......... Sally Thornberg Se-cond Semester President ......................,. Kenneth Hawkins Vice President .................. Jane Sponsellgr Secretary-Treasurer ...... Katherine Randolt Adviser: Mr. William Gross. Purpose: To further the education of the ways and means of taking pictures. HIKING CLUB First Semester President .......... Mary Frances Lindesmith Vice President ,,................,... Robert McGee Secretary-Treasurer ......,...,,.. Jane Wagner Second Semester President ...................,.....,..,..,., Paula Reed Vice President ........................ Carl Shetler Secretary-Treasurer .,..:....... Arlene Weller Advisers: Mr. Robcrt Hier and Mr. Earl Carter. Purpose: To teach the members to ap- preciate the outdoors, to promote a feel- ing of good comradeship, and to encour- age better sportsmanship among the stu- dents. FINE ARTS CLUB First Semester President .................................... Don Biery Vice President ...........,., Carville FireSt0116 Secretary-Treasurer ,....... Rosemary Martin Second Semester President ................................,... Don Bit-JPY Vice President ..,........... Carville Fi1'9St01l9 Secretary-Treasurer ......., Rosemary Martin Adviser: Miss Mary Frances Glandon. Purpose: 'To promote an appreciation and a wider knowledge of the fine arts among the high school students. TRI-ARTS CLUB First. Semester President ...............,..,.,............... Paul Hafel' Vice President .,,.............,... Warren Gerber Secretary .,...,,.,,,,.......... Elizabeth Ebe1'h211't Treasurer ,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.............. B111 Newell Second Semester President ,..,.....,.,,.,,,,.,.,,............. Paul Haffil' Vice President ,,,,,, ,,..,.... W arren GGFIJGI' Secretary ,..,,,,,.,..,.,,,,,,,,.... Bernice CheS11'2Y Treasurer .,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,....... Guy Rastettel' Adviser: Mr, Leland Whitacre. Purpose: To encourage the appreciation of the materialistic arts and hobbies Whillh are not recognized in other clubs. 70 ACTIVITIES BONTE CLUB First. Semester President ..,..............,...,.......... Mary Strauss Vice President ---- ...... V irginia Jordan Secretary ....,.........,.........,.,... Elaine Doody Treasurer .......,..........................., Joan Graf Second Semester President .,..,...,.....I,........ Jean Ann Rllffll-?1' Vice President .................. Virginia Jordan Secretary ...,.......,..,........,.,...... Martha Ailes Treasurer ....,................. Ruth Ann Johnson Adviser: Miss Jean Miller. Purpose: To promote friendship: to raise the social standards of the school: and encourage cooperation among the stu- dents. BACHELORS CLUB First Semester President ............,............... 'Tom Dalrymple Vice President ........,...,........,.... Mac VVilson Secretary ................,...,..... Robert Wlieatoli Treasurer ..............,,.............. Ted Baumann Second Semester President ......,.,..,........,....... 'Tom Dalrymple Vice President ,.... ..,..,........... E d Bieri Secretary .......,................,..,...... Mac NVilson Treasurer .......................... Milo Schluneker Adviser: Mr. S. L. Banks. Purpose: To encourage associations and to elevate thoughtfulness. ESQUIRE CLUB First Semester President ............................ Arthur Dundon Vice President .,.. ..,... K enneth Gempler Secretary ........,........,.............. Harold Spies Treasurer ,.,..............,.......... Williani Dakin Second Semester President ,,................,,...... Donald Canneld Vice President .,..........,....... Leonard Miller Secretary ............. .,............ J ohn Bowman Treasurer ...........,...... Williain Fiegenschuh Adviser: Mr. Byron VValker. Purpose: To better the school standards of the individual members and of the high school. CORONET First Semester President ..,......................,.......... John Boyd Vice President ..........,.,.,.,............. Ed Koch Secretary ............,........,................ Bob Koch Treasurer ...............,.............. Gene Cantwell Second Semester President ..,.......,...,.....,...,.,....,,.,,,.,, Ed Koch Vice President .... ...... C harles Sell Secretary .........................,.....,.... Bob Koch Treasurer ...............,................ Jack Colo-py Advisers: Mr. Robert Hier and Mr. Wil- liam Anderson. Purpose: To enrich the knowledge of the members as much as is possible in any organization. CHEERLEADERS Ann Difloure, Constance Dordea., John Gwin, captain, Andy Dordea, and Louis DiDonato Coach: Mr. XVilliam Kaemmerer. 71 QUILL AND SCROLL First Semester ,James Kulka Doris Ringler President .......... -4--'----'-----' ----------- --------- 'Vice President .... ---'-------- Secretary ......... Glenwright Second Semester .......Mac Wilson President ....,..,.....,................. .........------..-,------- ----------------------4--------------- ---- Adviser: Miss Dorothy Marmet. ' I I Purpose: To encourage and reward individual achievement in Journalism and allied iields. COLORED GIRL RESERVES Fi rst Sem ester .Lucile Bailey President ................ ..................,....... ..-.... Vice President ............. ...... A urora Burruss Secretary-Treasurer ..... ................,.........,.... ,..... B e rnice Young Second Semester President ................. .... ........................... .....,... L u c ile Bailey Vice President ............................. ...... A urora Burruss Sec1'etary4Treasurer ................,,.,................ ..... J uanita Mitchell Adviser: Miss Lillian Miller. Purpose: To iind and give the best. BAND Director: Mr. Stanley Lutz. Purpose: To further the interest and appreciation of music by the student body. T2 f ATHLETICS c'Afz1z'az'0r.f'7 Fly Through Suocefsfzzf Football Season i ., isaaf. . 431 The Alliance High t'Aviators" proved themselves "Men with Wings" as they flew through a thrilling season, scoring seven victories in ten starts. One of their highest fliers, Hillis Hume, scored 144 points and missed be- ing the leading scorer of the state by three points. The team raised the curtain on their 1938 football season by crushing a weak Newton Falls team, 57 to 0. With Hillis Hume as the spearhead of attack, they downed a fighting Kent Roosevelt eleven the following week by the score of 54 to 0. On September 30 the "Aviators" traveled to Grove City CPa.J. Again Hillis Hume led them to victory with his three touchdowns, the score being 21 to 7. Youngstown Woodrow Wilson was next to fall before the powerful Alliance High team by the score of 46 to 6. Hume crossed Wil- sonis goal line four times to raise his total number of points to 102. Alliance Falls Before "Tiger's" Claws Then the "worm" turned, as Massillon came to town or rather "went to town." They struck twice in the opening five minutes to beat the "Aviators," 19 to 6, in a hard fought battle. Suffering from their first defeat of the season, the football team journeyed to Cleveland to beat Cleveland John Hay, 20 to 12. The following week fate played favorites when Canton defeated a lighting team, 33 to 26. This contest gave everyone who saw the game a real view of a fighting eleven. The "Aviators" came out at the half with the score 32 to 6 and held Canton scoreless while they picked up 20 points. Under the lights at Barberton, the team won a hard fought game 74 when they defeated the Barberton "Magics," 9 to 0. In this game Louis Cironi received a broken arm. Again fate seemed to forget the "Aviators" in their game with Cleveland Cathedral Latin. They dropped this Hheart- break" by a single touchdown, the score being 12 to 7. On Thanksgiving day, the Alliance football team rounded out the 1938 schedule by beating their old rivals, the Salem "Quakers," to the tune of 13 to 0. Letters and Emblems Presented at Banquet Hard earned letters were presented to players at the football banquet, November 30, at the Woman's Club by Coach George M. Wilcoxon. Fourteen players received varsity letters: Charles Chester, Louis Cironi,l Joe Chernikovich, Eugene Grimes, James Dawson, Hillis Hume, Robert Koch, Joe Liberti, David Mainwaring, Eugene Murari, Raymond Taylor, Jay Wood, Frank Zupanic, and August Polozzi. Eighteen reserve letters were presented to the following boys: Vic- tor Carli, Bus Boyle, Tim Meehan, Robert Pannier, Gordon Profeta, John Talaba, Ronald Myers, Ben Znosko, George Smith, Charles Gainor, Dan Comsa, Art Lembright, Onan Travers, Charles Sell, Nick Stoica, Paul Stan- iield, Harry Weibush, and George Weibush. Emblems were given to eighteen boys: Robert Addison, Blair Akers, William Coon, Ralph Cox, George DeMuth, Don Lembright, Kenneth Haw- kins, Dale McBane, William Parks, Dan Trieff, Walter Meiser, Ned Civello, Franklin Smith, Alfred Spreng, Everett Lloyd, Willard Wolfer, Melvin Clayton, and Don Grimm. Alliance Boasts All-State Quarterback Besides being one of the state's leading scorers, Hillis Hume distin- guished himself further by winning the position of quarterback on the mythical All-Ohio eleven. Alliance was also well represented on the all-county team. Those placed on the first team were August Polozzi, left endj Ray Taylor, left tackle, and Hillis Hume, left half. James Dawson, center, Charles Chester, right guard, Joe Chernikovich, right tackle, and Frank Zupanic, left guard, were placed on the second team. Ffosb P1072 Four Our of Six Freshman athletic activities are becoming more and more prominent in Alliance High School. In football this season the Freshmen were suc- cessful in winning four out of six games. They also tied one and lost one, their only defeat coming from the hands of the strong Canton Lincoln Junior High School team. Alliance defeated the Cuyahoga Falls Fresh- men, Fairport Freshmen, Massillon Edmund Jones Junior High School, and the Barberton Freshmen. They tied the Rootstown High School eleven. Coach Glen Dicken had a large squad of boys this season, eighteen of whom were presented with monograms: I. Rogel, A. Vuksta, C. Castiglione, L. Castiglione, E. Howell, A. Andreanni, R. Holen, E. Broidic, A. Spade, R. McClure, F. Iannotti, C. Tangi, W. Ruff, C. Dennis, R. Fritz, W. Snod- grass, C. Jenkins, and N. Phillips. The Freshmen registered 81 points to 26 for their opponents. T5 Baivtefbafl Ykam PWM 7377 and Loses Four The "Aviators" this season came through with flying colors. Out of fourteen games the "Aviators" Won ten and lost four. The outstanding feats of the season were the victories over Canton and Massillon. The season started by defeating a new rival - Erie Tech from Erie, Pennsylvania, 32 to 17. The next game Was at Struthers, and the "Aviat- ors" Won in the final 20 seconds of the game, 26 to 24. The next night Youngstown Chaney was defeated, 43 to 21. As a tuneup for the Canton game, Alliance trimmed Louisville, 43 to 24. Canton McKinley Handed Setback The real test for the "Aviators" came When Canton McKinley invaded Alliance to be handed their first setback by Alliance for several years, 24 to 22. Alliance received their first defeat at the hands of Salem, 28 to 22. 76 As a comeback the next evening a strong Barberton team fell before the attack of the "Aviators," 17 to 19. Alliance lost their second game to Massillon, 25 to 30. Against Sebring, Alliance meshed seven out of 10 fouls for the best average of the year. Score was 35 to 21. Canton attained their revenge by defeating our fighting squad at Canton, 40 to 24. New Philadelphia, runners-up for the state championship last year, defeated the "Aviators," 31 to 37, after a thrilling game. East Liverpool Defeated, 47 to 35 East Liverpool was next on the schedule. They were defeated, 47 to 35. Alliance retaliated for their previous defeat by beating Massillon in a thrilling overtime game, 35 to 33. The regular season closed with the defeat of Akron St. Vincent's, 45 to 21. The "Aviators" scored 457 points to 369 for the opponents during the fourteen regular season games. Seven Players Receive Letters Seven players received their varsity letters. They were Dave Main- waring, Hillis Hume, Victor Tzetzu, James Dawson, Ray Taylor, Eugene Grimes, and Richard Kennedy. Varsity reserve letters were received by Tim Meehan, John Talaba, Herbert Williams, and William Mainwaring. Seven boys from the reserve squad earned their letters: Nick Albu, Octave Grecu, Charles N anes, Charles Gainor, Robert Addison, Dan Codrea, and Franklin Smith. Dr. George M. Wilcoxon coached the "Aviators" through one of their best seasons in recent years. The reserve squad again came through with a good season with Mr. Leland Whitacre at the reins. Referees Roll Up Good Recom' Alliance High had one of the best reserve basketball squads in recent years this season. The boys rolled up a good record, losing only four games and winning 11. The team scored a total of 348 points to their oppon- ents' 288, averaging 26.8 po-ints per game. Grecu, Albu, and Addison headed the high-scoring list. The squad was composed of Grecu, Albu, Addison, Brown, Gainor, Nanes, Codrea, Lewis, Smith, Rampelt, Shultz, and Travers. Freyamea Hazie Gena' Season The Alliance High School Freshmen had a very successful season, winning 29 of their 34 games and chalking up 943 points to 595 for their opponents. Members of Coach Glen Dicken's 1938-39 freshman basketball squad earning numerals were Carl Miller, Eddie Howell, Jr., Albert Spada, Charles Jenkins, Frank Iannotti, Charles Fritz, Paul Whittingham, Basil Skillern, and Don Vizzuso, manager. Plfresfliag Team Has Efvemfaf Searaa The Alliance High wrestling team had an eventful season this year, winning over Wadsworth, Newton Falls Ctwicej, and Farrell CPa.J. The matches lost were to John Hay Cstate champsb, Garfield Heights QCleveland champsj, Rhodes, Cuyahoga Falls, Akron East, and Akron Garfield. Letternien were Lab, 95-pound class, Arnold, 115-pound, Puhar, 155- poundg Boschini, 145, Polozzi, 1653 Sylvester, 1055 and Stoica, 145. Lab, Arnold, Boschini, and Stoica will return next season. The team finished in tenth place in the state finals, Lab winning third place in the 105-pound class, and Puhar, second place in the 155-pound class. Taree Leffermea Refarn fo Gof Yeam Coach Ray Reighart had three returning lettermen, Nick Albu, Henry Rampelt, and John Pierce, to build his squad around. The following play- ers were out this year and gained some experience: Ed Wonner, Bruce Thompson, Mack Canduso, Bill Carli, and Frank Hoiles. The team played two matches with the following teams: Canton Mc- Kinley, Salem, Barberton, and Canton St. John's. They also played a match with the Alliance faculty and participated in the district tourna- ment at Canton. - Coaea Iibreea' to Baifa' New Dame Saaaa' With Jay Wood being the only returning letterman and Hugh Simp- son, Don Biery, and Frank Hoiles the only other boys who had some ex- perience, Coach William Gross was forced to build himself a practically new tennis squad. I 4 The tennis team played two matches with each of the following teams: Canton McKinley, Canton Lehman, Kent Roosevelt, Salem, and Minerva. They also participated in the district tournament at Akron. 78 Fourth War 0fBa.feball Prove! Szzcceyffuf Coach Lawrence Gligor's baseball team played ten regular season games besides taking part in the district tournament. Returning letter- men from last year were John Talaba and Joseph Liberti, pitchersg and Eugene Grimes and James Dawson, iniielders. Alliance played home and home games with Louisville, Sebring, Can- ton, Warren, and Barberton. Due to bad weather conditions the team were delayed in their practicing for their opening game with Louisville on April 21. The "Aviators" got off to a fast start by playing Louisville, Sebring, and Canton McKinley successively during their first week of the regular season. The home games were played at Lake Park instead of at North City held, where the games were formerly played. ' Baseball is enjoying its fourth year at Alliance High, and the candi- dates are growing in numbers every successive year. Spring Practice Affiracfy 120 Boys This spring over 120 boys turned out for spring football practice which was held at Hazel Park and also at the Mount Union practice Held. Here they played their annual game with the ex-high team, which was won by the ex-highs, 36 to 6. Among the lettermen back are Zupanic, Dawson, Hume, Sell, Addison, Chernikovich, Harry Weibush, George Weibush, Stoica, and Stanfield. These boys will probably make up the varsity squad for next season. Two Leifermefz Refzzm hr Track Coach Leland Whitacre was faced with the problem of rebuilding his cinder squad. He had only two returning lettermen, Wayne Stewart and Don Stevenson. The former' is a 440-yard dash man, while the latter is a distance runner. The inter-class track meet held during the last week of April enabled Coach Whitacre to find material. The first track meet of the year was held on May 3 with the Louisville cinder squad. 79

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