Altoona High School - Horseshoe Yearbook (Altoona, PA)

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Me people We Knew VW- MAIL ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Www WWW fyffz ffwfzfaf wfw M M Wm jjfffw WJQWMMWW MW WW w1 is w4., WW jwfwgiif .fn W ww H .,.,,,.qm.w. Mwmmwmww S 5 Fixx imlsgi if F!! ,M of gs EW 1 R139 1 J. 'XM 4, R i'? A72'ih.e 1 4 W 7.1 ffm-W 'N All 'waving My Mr. Decker Mr. Getz Mr. Hite Mr. Laughlin Beam! af 25iaeoZ'ea4 The Board of Directors of the School District of the city of Altoona extends congratulations and best wishes to the members of the Class of 1945. Your graduation marks the comple- tion of twelve years of formal educa- tion as provided by the public schools. Education is a continuous process and does not end with your high school graduation. Some of you will go into the armed services of our country, some will enter institutions of higher learn- ing, some of you will accept work in commercial and industrial fields, while others will take their places in the home. All of these fields offer opportunities for further education. In whatever field of service you iind yourself, seize every opportunity to fur- ther your education and discharge your obligations and duties with credit to yourself and to your Alma Mater. Mr. Meck DIRECTORS J. Foster Meek, President. J. Lester Laughlin, Vice President. William N. Decker, David B. Getz, Park S. Hite, William F. Lehmann, Dr. Leonard N. Ray, Paul R. Reynolds, Benner M. Wilson. Mr. Lehmann Dr. Ray Mr. Reynolds Mr. Wilson am ' 'nia Yfaulhin Wm HARRY L. KRINER Superintendent of Schools Our message to the Class of 1945 is truly a communication to youth in war. During your three years in the Senior High School the Nation has been engaged in its most stupendous armed conflict. Each month as you have advanced through your high school career, more and more members of your splendid group have entered some military service until now scarcely half of the original number of ,boys in the class remains for graduation. Because of the various wartime provisions for complet- ing the high school requirements, many of those who have left for the armed forces will receive their diplomas even though they cannot be present to be graduated with you. Many other members will leave immediately after graduation to enter the armed forces. Furthermore, those of you who have not entered into active military service have been co-operating with the war effort in numerous ways. These include working at part-time war jobs, collecting of all types of salvage materials, buying of Wai' Bonds and Stamps, preparing useful materials for men in the hospitals and in active service, writing many newsy letters to those in the armed forces, and supporting every type of effort which helps to bring a speedy and sure victory. The Class of 1945 is in reality a war class and it is natural and fitting for you to reveal to your comrades in arms the many ways in which the Altoona High School is helping to carry forward the banner of freedom and liberty. You constitute a group of young men and young Women who, better than any other group, can sense the responsibility of both those who go forward to battle and those who remain at home to support the war effort. As a result of your strategic position you will be thrilled at the performance of your duties, proud of your patriotism, and enthusiastic about your own America - a Republic with a glorious past, a troubled present, and a propitious future. May your thoughts, feelings, and actions inspire a justifiable pride Within each and every one of you. Page Eleven ' fflfeekv fna 0 ' WMM JOSEPH N. MADDOCKS Principal While many of the members of this class are in the Service of our country gal- lantly defending the cause of freedom, the Altoona High School is exerting every possible effort to carry out a program that will speed the day of victory and the return of peace. Our program has been adjusted to prepare our young men and Women as ade- quately as possible for the branch of Service they are likely to enter. At the same time we are constantly keeping in mind the individual needs for the period following the cessation of hostilities. Military needs during this period of conflict have placed added emphasis on most ol the courses offered in our high school. ln every department the materials oi' instruction have been carefully reviewed in an effort to prepare our graduates for the rapid and enormous changes that are taking place. We want our students and ffraduates to recoffnize that liHOWVl6d 8 is Jower and ai ' N l U D F l I most uselul servant. lhis power released by knowledge must, however, be used in bietterinfr human life rather than in destro 'ine' it. It takes Wisdom to direct ower A Z2 1 N D P tor mans improvement. lnvention and discovery have changed the course of civilization and released undreamcd sources of power. Our common problem is to develop the wisdom to use these unlimited powers for the benefit of all mankind. The problem of tomorrow will be, not how to produce more, but how to use what we liaveg not how to create, but how to co-operateg not how to main: and kill, but how to live and serve. Page Twelve 7fae Qauifa of 7acfa Jfad. Many inland PAUL A. ZETLER Assistant Principal Yes, HBill Wl1ite,,7 the students of Altoona High School have changed. The great majority of them realized, as you did when you left us for a place in the na- tionis service, that for each there is a responsibility to make the most of his assign- ment. ln school the members of your class are selecting subjects with greater care, getting more information before changing from one field of instruction to another, and carefully weighing the benefits to be derived from every possibility open to them in the school. Outside the school many of your friends are finding ways in which they can take the places of men who have entered the military services. Through their efforts the Work and services of the community have been carried on with much less hard- ship to your families and friends. Do not think that such work has reduced their eliiciency in school. Their grades are usually better than they were when they had no such employment. As true Americans the members of the class of l945 are accepting their ref sponsibilities-on the battle front-in training camps-in hospitals4in essential production-in school-everywhere. The students ofthe Altoona High School have changed even as you have changed and on your return you will find a group with thoughts and ideals similar to yours. Page Thirteen Miss Bancroft MiSS Campbell Mr. Dickey MiSS Eyre Mr. Gibbons ' .feacfeu in 5 ' MARION R. BANCROFT Attendance Counselor for Girls AN NIE C. CAMPBELL Head of English Department EARL W. DICKEY Director of Student Activitiesg Head of Social Studies Department ELISABETH K. EYRE Director of Health and Physical Education for Girls WILLIAM CIBBONS Director of Vocational Education Miss Hare ELEANOR G. HARE Miss Heiss Dean of Girlsg Placement Director RENETTA F. HEISS Acting Adviser of Student Government Association Page Fourteen L R l Mr. Lantz Mr, Lindaman Miss Minster Mr. Pohle Miss Wertz EUGENE L. LANTZ Acting Attendance Counselor for Boys VVJV W HOWARD W. LINDAMAN E E E l A A 3 Director of Music p 4 MAUD MINSTER Librarian is,' ,QQ A nf- ., L ADDISON E. POHLE Mr' Williams Acting Head of Commercial Department F ZITELLA B, WERTZ Head of Home Economics Dcpartmentg Director of , Cafeterias GEORGE B. WILLIAMS ' Head of Mathematics Department HAROLD C. WIMMER Head of Science Department Mr- Wimmer ROBERT H. WoLFE 1 Director of Health and Physical Education for Boys Page Fifteen Mr. Wolfe A' J. Off Guard! Joseph N. Maddocks, Principal Paul A. Zetler, Assistant Principal ' Eleanor G. Hare, Dean of Girls and Placement Director ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Annie C. Campbell, Head, Marion R. Bancroft, Jose- phine L. Corle, Mrs. Ruby Krouse Crumm, Mary E. Dunbar, Charles A. Faris, Edith G. Frederick, Mildred E. Heller, Elizabeth V. Holley, Anne E. Krick, Elsie M. Lewis, Margaret J. McCauley, Fannie E. Magee, Beatrice D, Morrison, Hilda M. Orr, M. Gertrude Roberts, M. Florence Rollins, Ida E. Woomer SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Earl W. Dickey, Head, Sarah E. Bell, F. Grace Breidenstein, H. Marjorie Downes, Emma C. Eberle, Nellie M. Grimminger, Ethel M. Henry, Eugene L. Lantz, Marie N. Lauver, J. Franklin McDermitt, Ralph F. Marshall, Nelda Miller, Jeannette Ste- vens, E. Joel Strawn, A. Angella Unverzagt MODERN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Charles M. Grimminger, Head, Edith R, Fleck, M. Marie Ritts, Una E. Small MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT George B. Williams, Head: Galen M. Bittner, Ernest Dejaiffe, Paul A. Foster, Lester McCall, Marian R. P'uckey, Irene J. Sauserrnan, Herbert S. Sheetz, Elizabeth E, Taylor, John G. Yost SCIENCE DEPARTMENT H. C. Wimmer, Head, Helen Cherry, M. Verna Faust, Ruth Grove, Earl J. Haverstick, W. H. Hoffman, Helen K. McCartney, Wilbur K. Rung, H. E. Stong, Leah Wiseman, Harold D. Yoder, John F. Yon COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Addison E. Pohle, Head, Kathryn A. Bloomfield, Edgar J. Brooks, Sarah E. Duncan, Nellie E. Givin, Carl E. Graf, Renetta F. Heiss, Hazel G. Krouse, Irma B. Lewis 7fze HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Zitella B. Wertz, Head, Hazel V. Crist, Mrs. Miriam A. Harbaugh, Alberta Johns, Mary E. Lowther, Ruth E. McKerihan, Helen L. Randolph, Mrs. Elizabeth Moats ART DEPARTMENT Marian Ann Plitt, Andrew D, Moore MUSIC DEPARTMENT Howard W. Lindaman, Head, Alma M. Eberle, Frank Krivsky PHYSICAL EDUCATION Elisabeth K. Eyre, Head, Frances E. McGinnis, Dorothy M. Richards PHYSICAL EDUCATION Robert H. Wolfe, Head: Paul G. Adams, Kenneth R. Bashore, Paul E. Morse VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT William Gibbons, Head, Chalmers F. Bracken, Wal- ter E. Bracken, Willard C. Cross, Alfred H, Dietze, Walter A. Dietze, Walter H. Grove, William K. Heiler, Harry K. Lantz, Carl O. Lundegren, Hugh P. Lynch, C. Irvin Metzger, Jacob C. ,Miller Thomas W, Norton, Charles G. Plummer, Donald E. Rhodes, Ceylon S. Romig,- James C. Ross, Samuel S. Smith Maud Minster, Librarian Violet Mensch, Assistant Librarian Elsa M, Paul, Nurse IN THE ARMED FORCES Hugh G. Black, Edgar H. Blatt, Ida H. Buck, Har- old Friedman, Scott S. Geesey, Irvin S. Gress, John L. Hoover, Anthony F. Lamont, John McAfee, William Whittaker, Francis G. Wood Page Sixteen W 7 Front Row - Miss Johns, Miss McGinnis. Miss Sauserniaii, Miss Bancroft. Miss Grow. Miss Corle. Mrs. Cruinm, Mr. Wiimnor, Mr. E. Lantz. Sc-cond Row-Miss E. Lewis, Miss McCartney, llarbaugh, Krick, Mr. Mr. Smith, Third Row kMiss Henry, Mr. Adams. Mr. Mr. Faris. Z1-tlvr, Mr. Miss Lauver, Mrs. Miss Morrison, Miss Yon, Mr. Plummvr. Mr. C. Bracken. Morse, Mr. Rhode-s. Mr. Y1lflPI', Mr. RUSS. Front Row-Mr. Xvilliams, Miss Krousv, Miss Fleck. Miss Un- vm-rzagt. Second Row - Miss Plitt, Miss Randolph, Miss McCauley, Miss Frederick, Mr, Stong, Miss Mc:- Kerihan. Miss Dunbar. Front Row-Mr. Madelorrks, Miss Mensch, Miss lleller. Miss Rob- :-rts, Miss Rollins, Miss Camp- bell, Miss Wooiiier, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Graf. Sm-cond Row-Miss Bell, Miss I. Lewis, Miss Givin, Miss Paul. Miss Taylor, Miss Crist, Miss Puckey, Mr. Lundeggrvii, Mr. Marshall. Mr. Norton. Third Row-Mr. H. Lantz, Mr. Hoffmaii, Mr. McCall, Mr. Strawn. Mr. Wolfe, Mr. Bittner, Mr. Yost. gm? Senalofut Miss Heiss Front Row-S. Shaffer, M. YVhitstine, J. VVolf, P. Potter, M. Gift, J. Seigel, L. Hart. Second Row-G. Henderson. S. Adler, M. Jones, P. Noarhoof, E. Hershey, J. Victor, D. Schaeffer, Miss Heiss. Third Row-R. Strawmire, A. Nader, H. Cummings, A. Morgan, C. Smith, T. Gates. Fourth Row-J. Scherrer, C. Whipple, R. Gibboney. True to the democratic principles of A. H. S., the student Senate had a full schedule of activities. Perhaps you will re- member the Senators at 'the concession stand-the football gamesf-the dances-almost everywhere, in fact. Senate members took an active part in the observance of American Education Week. Several members had the oppor- tunity to address service clubsg others spoke to grade schools. Students presented programs, each day, over the public address system. The most important activity of the group was the promo- tion of the sale of War Bonds and Stampsg these were sold on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. During the War Loan Drive, sales were carried on daily. Lost articles were almost certain to be located at the uLost and Foundi' maintained by the Senateg this service is a real need in a large school. Cafeteria Patrol, a newly organized group, provided for the promotion of ibfetter conduct in the cafeteria. The senators served as aides for various school affairsg they also arranged for paid assemblies. Preparation for College Night is another Senate duty. This program gives an opportunity for college representatives lo consult with parents and students. The Senate promotes the general Welfare of the student body and provides a democratic feature in school government, Page Eighteen Senior: .feacfwut OFFICERS President ....... ...... R obert Shields Vice President ........ George Nickol Secretary ....... ...... P atricia Wfiod Treasurer .... ....... K enneth Points Seated-G. Nichol, P. Wood Standing-K. Points, R. Shields Seated-Miss Heiss, Miss Downes, Miss Breidenstein, Miss Randolph Standing-Mr. Smith, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Dejaiffe Molto: 'LAnd Now Tomorroww Flower: Rose Colors: Powder Blue and Silver EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE'--Marjorie J. Masterson, Jane Good, James Hammaker, Jean DeFiore, James Hughes. DECORATION COMMITTEE-James Hammaker, James Hughes, co-chairmeng Lorenz Alwine, Thomas Brown, Donald McDowell, Joseph Kubica, Sophie Papadeas, Margaret Botwright, Sylvia Clapper, Julia Halow, Stella Caputo, Patricia Dilling, Pauline O'Fiesh, June Eckenrode, Donald Whitfield, Martha Whitstine. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE-Jean DeFiore, chairmang Anita Zimmerman, Theo- dora Zakrzewski, Ruth Spitz, Joan Caporuscio, Santino Lamancusa, Janet Lego, Louis Evangelisto, Julius Marzo, Betty Jane Burket, Cora Jean Brumbaugh. FINANCE COMMITTEE-Kenneth Points, chairmang Nancy Schott, Raymond Pope, Ann Wright, Darrel Nixdorf, Dorothy Stoll. PUBLICITY AND RECEPTION COMMITTEE-Marjorie J. Masterson, chairmang Har- riet Handmaker, Helen Finder. Lulu Nassif, Bernard Neckrich, Wilson Lindsay, Rose Marie Caporuscio, Betty Zakem, Dorothy Cessna, Lois Cuttrell, Charles Grazier, Sally Valentine. REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE-Jane Good, chairman, Wyonna Crist, Jean Weyandt, Lois Tromm, Effie Resides, Pauline Nearhoof, Lois Lehr, Mary Jane Fechter, Dorothy DeAntonis. Page Nineteen We Shawn! Wd!! UMW JOSEPH GEORGE ADAMECK Whitey fJune 93 Vocationalg Home Room Attendance Director 2. NVILLIAM E. ADAMS Smiley fSeptember 133 Academic, Home Room Vice President 1, Treasurer 2, Booster Club 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ' IRIS M. AKE iJuly 53 George-Dean, Nurses Aide 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. DOMINIC DANIEL A L T I E R 0 Nick CAugust 43 General, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. KENNETH AMBROSE Ken 10c- tober 293 General: Band 1, 2, 3. CHARLES D. AMICK Charlie CSeptember 163 General, Home Room Attendance Director 1, 3. DONNA LUANNA AMMERMAN CSeptember 203 George-Deang Bowl- ing Club 23 Assistant Squad Leader 3. JEAN EMMA ANSMAN fFebruary 223 Academic. M. JOANNE ADAMS Joe fMay 203 General, Home Room Assistant Secretary 2. SHIRLEY L. ADLER CFebruary 143 Academic, Home Room Vice Presi- dent 3g Chess Club 13 Etiquette Club 2, Quill and Scroll 3: Com- pass Staff 2, 3, Editor 3, Board of Publications Committee 33 Girls League Art Committee 3, Traffic Patrol 3. EILEEN Y. ALEXANDER CMarch 223 Commercial, Art Club 13 Quill and Scroll 3, Mountain Echo Staff 2, 3, Art Editor 3, Girls League Art Committee 2. LORENZ A. ALWVINE Ziggy CJuly 253 Vocational, Home Room Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Sales Manager 35 Sports Club 13 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. MARY CATHERINE AMERINE Kate CAugust 273 George-Dean, Music Program Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 33 Nurses Aide 3. SUZANNE AMIGH Suzie fApril 133 General, Home Room Attend- ance Director 2g Book Club 1, Sec- retary 1, Girl Reserves 3, Treasurer 3. JOANN ANSLINGER Jo fAugust 103 General, Home Room Secretary 1, 2, .33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2. ELINOR JEAN ARBSTER Jean iApri1 223 George-Dean, Bowling Club 2, Nurses Aide 3. TED R. ARTHITR lSeptember 277 Vocational, Jay Vee Football 2. MARGARET E. ASI-IBURN Peggy CJune 243 George-Dean, Home Room Representative 1, A Cappel- la Choir 1, 2, Class Refreshment Committee 1, 2. DOROTHY EDITH AUGUSTINE fOctober 43 George-Dean, Nurses Training School, Altoona Hospital. HOWVARD AYERS I-I0wd fSep- tember 83 General, Home Room Treasurer 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, 3. MARY LOUISE BAIR Lou 1Sep- tember 143 General, Home Room Treasurer 2, Bowling Club 2, Music Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, Squad Leader 2, 3. PHYLLIS JEANNE BANKS Phyl CJuly 173 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 2, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Class Refreshment Commit- tee 2. MARY JAYNE BARTLEBAUGH Jayne CMay 83 Commercial, Vic- tory Club 1. EARNEST ELLSWORTH BATH- IZRST Earnie fDecember 53 Vo- cational, Home Room Secretary- Treasurer 1, Sales Manager 3, Representative 3, Football Man- ager 1, 2, 3, Intramural Manager 2, 3, Annual Show 2. 19 ns ANNA MARGARET ARTZ Bones CSeptember 173 Academic, Bowling , Club 1, 2, Art Display Club 3, In- tramural Sports 2, 3. DONALD E U G E N E ATKINSON CJune 193 General, Served in U. S, Army, Chaplain, Lakemont Ameri- can Legion Post 634. ANNABELLE MAE AULTHOUSE fAugust 73 General. MARJORIE M. BADWEY 1May 233 Academic, Art Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2. ' ERMA LORRAINE BANKS Tob- hie fAugust 143 General, Intra- mural Sports 3. LOIS JEANNE BARNARD fSeptem- ber 33 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 1. SHIRLEY MAE BATEY Beetle CAugust 153 General, Home Room President 3, A Cappella Choir 1. THOMAS ABRAHAM B A T R U S Turk CApril 123 Academic, Bowl- ing Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Basket 45 ' JANET L. BAUGHMAN Snaps fFebruary 13 George-Dean, Five F Club 3, Girls Chorus lg An- nual Show lg Nurses Aide 3. RUTH MARIE BAUMAN Tiny 4June 43 George-Dean: Social Dancing Club 15 Bowling Club 23 Nurses Aide 3. HAROLD E. BAYLE Hi Bayle CApril 183 Vocational, Rifle Club 3, Sportsmans Club 39 Track 2. DOLORES MARIE BECK Sis fApril 273 George-Dean, Home Room Treasurer 1, Representative 35 Personality and Etiquette Club 25 Grimm Club 33 Class Enter- tainment Committee 2g Girls League Representative 1. JOHN EDWARD BENEDETTO Ben fMarch 73 Vocational, Home Room President 3, Intramural Sports 2. JOAN E. BENZEL CApril 13 George- Deang Home Room Attendance Di- rector 13 Girls League Representa- tive 1. BIRDIE LOVE BERMAN CJa,r1ua.ry 253 Academic, Home Room Treas- urer 1g Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Treas- urer 3g Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, Circulation Manager 39 Class Refreshment Committee 1, 2, 3. JOHN E. BETTING CMarch 223 Gen- eral, Home Room Vice President 35 Nature Club 1, 2, 3. JEANETTA M. BA U G H M A N Snips CFebruary 13 George- Deang Five F Club 3g Girls Chorus lg Annual Show 13 Nurses Aide 3. ELSIE MARIE BAUMGARTNER Uanuary 153 Commercial, Home Room Secretary 25 Girl Reserves 2. KENNETH BAYLE Kenny fMa.y 283 Distributive Trades, Home Room President 2, 3, Treasurer 13 Magic Club 1, Hi-Y Club 23 Dis- tributive Trades Club 35 Band 1, 2. VIRGINIA H. BELL Ginnie KJan- uary 163 George Dean. Sl-IELDON W. BENZ Uanuary 33 General: Radio fMorse Code3 Club 1, 3, Instructor 35 Magic Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2g A Cappella Choir 1, Annual Show 1. ANNETTA BERGER Berg KFeb- ruary 73 Commercial, Home Room Secretary 2, Sub Deb Club 3. ROBERT A. BETAR Bob tFebru- ary 33 Academic, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Track Team 1, 2, 3. JANET LORRAINE BIDDLE Jan CApril 73 Distributive Trades, Dis- tributive Trades Club 33 Tumbling Club 19 Social Dancing 29 Roller- skating Club 3. I I Um 0 147' Gad MARY LOUISE BIDOLI COCtOber 95 George-Dean, Home Room At- tendance Director 1, Representa- tive 23 Nurses Aide 3. MERVIN N. BINSTOCK Uanuary 203 Academicg Magic Club 13 Mod- ern Science Club 23 Chess Club 3. THOMAS WV. R L A C K B ll R N WVindy tNovember 177 General: Intramural Sports 15 Band 1, 2, 3. IGLEANOR G. BLOOM Bl0mley tMay 21 George-Dean: Social Dancing Club 1, 2. BARBARA JEAN BOND fFebruary 241 Commercial, Intramural Sports 3. THOMAS MICHAEL I5 O N N IC R Tom tSeptember 43 General. ll. COLEEN BORDELL Sparky COctober 201 Academic, Home Room President 35 Bowling Club 1, Art Club 2, President 2. M A R G A R E T AMELIA BOT- WRIGHT CAugust 133 Academic: Etiquette Club 1, 2: Grimm Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Horse- shoe Staff 33 Traffic Patrol 3, An- nual Show 1, 3: Class Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3. VVILLIARI G. DIGELOWV tDeCem- ber 229 General: Home Room Pres- ident lg Booster Club 1, Ushers Club 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 39 Band 3. DARWIN HAMMOND BISTLINE Bice iOctober 141 Academic, Home Room President 15 Dance Band 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3g Special Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. H. PAUL BLAIR lOctober 99 Voca- tional. PATRICIA JANE BOGGS Pat fFebruary 43 Distributive Trades. CATHERINE M. BONERIGO Katie fMay 227 Commercial: Home Room Attendance Director 2, Etiquette Club 1, 23 Booster Club 33 Intramural Sports 33 Girls League Entertainment Committee 3. MAXINE M. R 0 0 K H A M E R Bookie CApril 95 Commercial, Bowling Club 2. BERNARD BOSLET Bennie CFeb- ruary 277 Vocationalg Entered U. S. Merchant Marine. MARY LOUISE BOYEY fApril 83 George-Dean: Personality and Eti- quette Club 2, Squad Leader 3. Eancbancfg JEAN E. BOWMAN Jeanne QNO- vember 173 Commercial, Social Service Club 1. PAULINE B. BOYLES fOctober 163 George-Dean, Home Room Secre- tary 2. RUTH B. BRANDE Ruthie KOC- tober 23 Academic, Sales Manager 1, Assistant Sales Manager 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, News Editor 2, 3. JOSEPH R. BRESLIN Seppe fApril 153 Academic, Home Room Representative 2, 35 Magic Club 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Jay Vee Football 2, 3. ANNA MARIE BROWN Annie COctober 213 Commercial. LILLIAN M. BROWN Brownie tOctober 13 George-Dean: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 2. CORA JEAN BRUMBAUGH Jeanie 1September 173 Commer- cialg A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 39 Sex- tet 1, 2, 3, Horseshoe Staff 2, 3, Publications Editor 3: Class En- tertainment Committee 3g Annual Show 1, 2, 3. MARY R. BRUNNER CDecember 23 George-Dean: Intramural Sports 2. JOANN H. BOWSER fApril 63 George-Dean. AVANELL BRADLEY Lena fDe- cember 183 George-Dean, Radio Club 1, Social Dancing Club 2, Girl Reserves 3. WILLIAM W. BRECKBILL Bill Uuly 123 Academicg Fellowship Club 2, 33 Safety Club 15 A Cap- pella Choir 3. DAVID EDDLE BRIGGS Dave fMay 193 Academicg Home Room Secretary 2: Five F Club 3: Intramural Sports 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, .33 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH THOMAS BROWN Pea- nuts CSeptember 13 General, Home Room Vice President 3, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, President 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. THOMAS H. BROWN Tom CSep- tember 133 Academic: Home Room Treasurer 3, Stagecraft Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3. CLEO LOUISE BRUMFIELD fApril 243 George-Dean, Bowling Club 2. MARIE A. BRUNO Murphy CSep- tember 43 General, Home Room Secretary 2: Bowling Club 1: So- cial Dancing Club 2: A Cappella Choir 1. JOHN ARTHUR BRYANT Fuzz CAugust 273 General: Traffic Pa- trol 1: Squad Leader 1, 2, 3: Ushers Club 2: Intramural Sports 2. VIVIAN JAYNE BITCHANAN CJuly 303 General: Home Room Treasurer 1, 2: Roller Skating Club 1: Intra- mural Sports 1: Annual Show 1, 2. RALPH C. BUCKREIS Buck CApril 213 General: Home Room President 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Squad Leader 2, 3. ORVILLE ROBERT BURAER Bob Uuly 23 General: Home Room Secretary 1: A Cappella Choir 3: Annual Show 3. BETTIE JANE BURKET Burkie iFebruary 23 General: Home Room Attendance Director 2: Spanish Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 3: Style Show 2, 3. ROBERT BURLEY KMay 193 Gen- eral: Entered U. S. Armed Forces. JOAN BUTLER CFebruary 223 George-Dean: Intramural Sports 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Special Orches- tra 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND E. C A L D WV E L L Mousie Uune 163 General: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Secretary 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JACK R, BRYNER Jackson COC- tober 13 Vocational: Home Room Sales Manager 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Jay Vees Football 2: Varsity Football 3. LOUISE ELEANOR. BUCHANAN fJuly 213 General: Girls League Representative 1, 3: Personality and Etiquette Club 1, 2. LEE BURCHINAL Burchie KOC- tober 233 General: Home Room President 3: Intramural Sports 3. MARJORIE E. BURGOON Margie fJune 83 General: Home Room President 1, Secretary 1. PAUL ZANE BIIRKHOLDER Bur- kie CNovember 283 Vocational: Photography Club 3. HELEN M. BURTNETT Hun 1April 103 George-Dean : Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. MARY ELLEN CALDWELL CFeb- ruary 263 General: Home Room Representative 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Double Sextet 1, 2, 3: An- nual Show 1, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3. BETTY LOU CAMPBELL Boo Boo 4Novernber 283 George-Dean: Home Room Secretary 1, 2, Sales Manager 3: A Cappella Choir 1, Um Wiolcvuff RUSSELL Rl. UANIPBELL Brownie CSeptember 243 Voca- tional, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Football Manager 1. HERMAN ANDREW CAPORIISCIO Cappy Uanuary 53 Academic, Home Room Attendance Director 3, Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Traffic Patrol 3. ROSE MARIE CAPORUSCIO Rosie fD6C6II1b6F 253 Commer- cial, Music Program Club .3. STELLA C. CAPUTO Tillie CJuly 153 George-Dean, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Academy of Science 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Moun- tain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, Copy Read- er 1, 2, Managing Editor 2, 3, Board of Publications B, Class Decorating Committee 3, Class Finance Committee 2, Traffic Pa- trol 3. CONCETTA GRACE CARRIERI Connie tMay 313 General, Intra- mural Sports 1. JAMES C. CASSIDY Gus fApril 193 Academic, Magic Club 1, 2, Secretary 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3. HAROLD CATHERMAN Oliver fJuly 263 General, Hanover High School, Hanover, Pa., 1, 2, Home Room President 1, 2, Boys Cook- ing Club 1, Boys Quartet 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Sophomore Play 1, Football 1, Annual Show 2. PASQUALE CELLINI Pat CJUIIB 93 Academic, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2. DOMENICK J. CAPONE 'tNick fJanuary 193 General, Booster Club 1, 2. JOAN MADELINE CAPORUSCIO Jo CJuly 173 General, Girl Re- serves Club lg Music Program Club 1, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3. BETTY E. CAPUTO CJuly 143 Gen- eral, Sub-Deb Club 3. TERESA HELEN CARNEVALE CMarch 23 George-Dean, Victory Club 1, Nurses Aide 3. FRANCES J. CARUSO Fran 1March 213 George-Dean, Intra- mural Sports 2, A Cappella Choir 1. MARY L. CASTRICHINI 1May 113 General, A Cappella Choir 1, 2. ROBERT D. CATHERMAN Bob fAugust 83 Vocational, Home Room President 2, 3, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3. DOROTHY E. CESSNA Dottie tOctober 63 George-Dean, Home Room Representative 3, Tumbling Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, 3, Nurses Aide 3. A We were fdlm A 7a0ua.-S' ' LORMA RUTH CHAMBERLAIN Tee iMay 207 Distributive Trades3 Home Room Secretary 1, Treasurer 23 Distributive Trades Club 33 Social Dancing Club 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD G. CHAPLIN Rick KOctober 67 Academic 3 Attending Juniata College. HARRY CHRISTODOULOS CMarch 197 General3 Home Room Attend- ance Director 33 Radio Code Club 33 Intramural Sports 2. KENNETH R. CLAPPER Gus 1February 287 -Vocational: Home Room President 13 Ushers Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Track 1, 2, 33 Foot- ball Manager 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JANET F. CLARKE Jan CJuly 267 Genera13 Home Room Vice President 2, Sales Manager 13 In- tramural Sports 2, 3. SHIRLEY A. ULEMENS fOCtober 177 Commercial3 Personality and Etiquette Club 2. DONALD L. CLOSE Don iSep- tember 287 Aoademicg Band 1, 23 A Cappella Choir 3. I MARY LOUISE CLOUSER Diary Lou 1October 267 Commercial3 Bellwood-Antis High School, Bell- wood, Pa. 13 Home Room Vice President 13 Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 33 A Cappella Choir 13 Orchestra 1: Girls Chorus 13 Mixed Chorus 1. JANET L. CHAMBERS Nut fian- uary 297 George-Dean. AUDREY CHAPPELLE Chappelle iNovember 127 General. MARY JANE CIAMPOLI W'inky CSeptember 147 General: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 23 Annual Show 1, 23 Squad Leader 3. SYLVIA LORRAINE CLAPPER iJuly 207 Academic3 Personality and Etiquette Club 23 Grimm Club 33 A Cappella, Choir 1, 2, 33 Horseshoe Staff 33 Annual Show 2, 33 Class Decorating Committee 1, 2, .33 Traffic Patrol 2, 3. RUTH MAE CLAYCOMB Ruthie tSeptember 187 G e o r g e-Dean3 Nurses Aide 3. BEVERLY JANE ULINGER, Bev. Uanuary 287 George-Dean3 Tum- bling Club 2, 33 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Squad Leader 2, 3. DORIS JAl'Ql7ELlNE CLOSSON Dot iOctober 237 Commercial 3 Personality and Etiquette Club 2. CAROLYN R. CLUGH Sis CJan- uary 247 George-Dean 3 Girls Chorus 13 A Cappella Choir 2, 33 Girls Sextet 33 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. ' fm NORMA JEAN COGAN Gus fAugust 227 Commercial5 Tumbling Club 15 Booster Club 35 Intramural Sports 35 A Cappella Choir 15 Girls League Health Committee 3. DONNA LOU COLLINS Freckles fNovernber 87 General5 Home Room Assistant Secretary 25 Broadcasting Club 15 Art Club 25 Sub-Deb Club 3, Secretary 3. CLEO JEAN CONRAD Patty Uanuary 57 General5 Home Room Secretary 35 Skating Club 2, 35 Music Program Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. THELMA COPENIIAYER COCtOber 117 Commercial5 Horseshoe Staff 3, Typist 3. SHIRLEY J. CORT fJune 207 Gen- eralg Home Room Attendance Di- rector 1, Sales Manager 2, Presi- dent 25 Personality and Etiquette Club 2. JOSEPHINE J. COVINO Jo KOC- tober 237 General. MELVIN EUGENE COX Mel fNovember 277 Vocational5 Home Room Secretary 1, Attendance Di- rector 35 Jay Vee Football 2. DORIS ELLEN CRIDER D0rie fFebruary 177 Commercial: Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 15 Fel- lowship Club 2, 35 Bowling Club 1, 2. HELENA B. COLE iJuly 57 General. DOROTHY M. CONFER Dort fDecember 227 General5 Home Room Sales Manager 35 Bowling Club 15 Grimm Club 35 Squad Leader 25 A Cappella Choir 1. VERNA M. CONRAD iDecember 287 George-Dean. MARY KATHRYN CORL Snookie fDecember 227 George-Deang Home Room Secretary 15 Nurses Aide 3. BARBARA A. COVER fJunc 227 Academic5 Art Club 3. GORDON I . COWAN f.Ianuary 167 Vocational5 Stagecraft Club 1, 2. BARBARA 0. CRAGGS Babes fNovember 147 General5 Home Room Attendance Director .35 So- cial Dancing Club 2. WYONNA L. CRIST Touts iAu- gust 297 Genera15 Home Room Sales Manager 15 Class Refresh- ment Committee 35 Annual Show 1. HAZEL RITCHEY CROFT KAugust 133 Academic5 Fellowship Club 25 Five F Club 3: Special Orches- tra 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, .35 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. CLAUDE THAYER C R O U S E R Sonny CMarch 153 Academic5 Home Room Attendance Director 25 Chess Club 35 Basketball 35 Intramural Sports 3. FRED S. CROZIER Fred CMar'ch 43 Distributive Trades, Home Room Vice President 1, Sales Man- ager 25 Hi-Y Club 1: Distributive Trades Club 35 Orchestra 1, 2. ANDREW M. DALE Andy lMay 143 Vocationalg Bowling Club 25 Rifle Club 35 Intramural Sports 2, 3. MARJORIE HOFFMAN DAMBECK Margie CFebruary 143 Distribu- tive Tradesg Distributive Trades Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2. DORIS J. DANIELS tMay 13 George- Dean5 Home Room Attendance Di- rector 25 Girls League Program Committee 3. THOMAS CYRIL DATRES iJuly 73 Vocational, Bowling Club 1, 2. DORIS ELVA DAVIS Dutchie iAugust 223 General. Q' 1' M. MILDRED CROFT Peanut lOctober 73 Commercial: Girl Re- serves Club 2. ALTON HOWARD CROZIER iAu- gust 283 General5 Home Room President 15 Track 1, 2, 35 Foot- ball 1, 3. LOIS REGINA CITTTRELI, Loie fOctober 263 George-Dean, Home Room Sales Manager 1, Vice Presi- dent 35 Personality and Etiquette Club 15 Music Program Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Horseshoe Staff 2, 3, Club Editor .35 Annual Show 1, 25 Class Entertainment Committee 1, 2, 3. FORTYNA R. IYALOISIA Flory fMay 293 Generalg Art Club 25 Girl Reserves 1. ANN C. DANELLA fJu1y 163 Com- merciaI5 Sub-Deb Club 3. SYLVIA ELIZABETH DANIELS iFebruary 123 Academicg Home Room Vice President 25 Bowling Club 1, 25 Grimm Club 3. ANNA M. DAVID Sue Uune 263 Distributive Trades. . EDITH MAY DAVIS fAuguSt 203 George-Dean. Wade' alW JAMES FREDERICK DAVIS Llan- uary 203 Commercial, Home Room President 3, Hi-Y Club 1, 3, Var- sity Basketball 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 2, Annual Show 1, 2, Traffic Patrol 3. VIOLET J. DAVIS Vie CMay 23 Distributive Trades. DOROTHY M. DeANTONIS Dot fSeptember 173 General, Broad- casting Club 1, Social Dancing Club 2, Sub-Deb Club 3, Secretary 3, Intramural Sports 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3, Class Entertainment Committee 1, Class Refreshment Committee 2. DONALD E. DECKER Don fJune 13 General, Squad Leader 3. JEAN A. DeFIORE tSeptember 243 Academic, Home Room Secretary 1, Representative 2, Personality and Etiquette Club 1, Booster Club 2, Girls Chorus 1, Traffic Patrol 3, Class Executive Committee 3. VVILLIAM DEGAND fMay 53 Gen- eral, Entered U. S. Armed Forces. THERESA R. DeNICOLA Terry 1March 83 Distributive Trades, Home Room Secretary 2, Vice President 1, Tumbling Club 1, In- tramural Sports 1, 2. MARY JANE DePAOLIS Shorty fNovember 33 Commercial, Home Room Secretary 1. JO ANN DAVIS Jo CMarch 203 Commercial, Personality and Eti- quette Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Annual Show 2. ARTHUR LOUIS DeANGELIS 'tArt Uanuary 233 Vocational, Home Room Vice President 3, Ra- dio Program Club 2. GEORGE ALBERT DEBO CApril 273 Academic, Riile Club 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Football Manager 1, Cross-Country 2. CATHERINE T. DEEDA Iiush fFebruary 133 Commercial, Home Room Sales Manager 2, Secretary 3, Art Club 3, Story of a Dead Woman 2, Junior Miss 3, The Haunted Theatre 2, Girls League Vocational Committee 3. BETTY DQQFRANCESCO Betts CApril 193 George-Dean, Home Room Assistant Attendance Di- rector 1, Vice-President 2, Roller Skating Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, 3. HELYN ANNE DELOZIER fDe- cember 313 General, Home Room Attendance Director 1, 2, Music Program Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. JAMES M. DENTE Jackie QNO- vember 263 Commercial, Home Room Sales Manager 2, 3, Repre- sentative 2, 3, The Burning of the Books 1. GLORIA DeSOUZA Red CJune 93 Academic. . MaJe,4a47u:td8' BERNADINE F. DEVINE Bernie iMay 127 Commercial3 Bowling Club 2. BETTY DICK BETTS iDeCember 127 George-Deang Home Room Sec- retary 1, Representative 23 A Cap- pella Choir 1. DOLORES J. DIETZE Dee iMay 177 George-Deang Intramural Sports 13 Nurses Aide 3. PATRICIA JANE DILLING l atty fSeptember 67 Commercial3 Per- sonality and Etiquette Club 1, 23 Booster Club 33 Sweet Sixteen 1, The Story of a Dead Woman 23 Girls League Program Commit- tee .33 Traffic Patrol 3. LeROY R. DODSON Lee iJuly 277 Genera13 Home Room President 3. ROBERT LEE DOEBLER Bob lMay 107 Academic3 Home Room President 13 Stagecraft Club 13 Magic Club 2, 3, Treasurer 23 Jun- ior Academy of Science 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Cross-Coun- try 3. PATRICIA M. DOUGLASS Pat iOctober 187 Academic3 Home Room President 1, Vice President 23 Radio Program Club 23 Art Club 33 Girls Chorus 2. GLORIA MAE DUNLAP Cookie CNovember 247 Commercial3 Art Club 23 Tumbling Club .33 Girls League Art Committee 3. PATRICIA ANN DIBERT Pat QDecember 167 Commercial3 Art Club 3: Girls Chorus 1. LOIS JANE DIETRICH iApril 197 George-Deang Home Room Secre- tary 33 Boosters Club 33 Mountain Echo 3, Reporter 3. CHARLES ROBERT D l L L E N Chick CAugust 287 Academic3 Home Room Sales Manager 3, Sec- retary 1, President 2, 33 Hi-Y Club 13 Stagecraft Club 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Squad Leader 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3. MARY BETTS DUBSON Bates Uune 167 Academic3 Home Room President 33 Booster Club 2, Vice President 23 Intramural Sports 13 Old Fashioned Style Show 23 Girls League Secretary 23 Traffic Patrol 2, 33 Girls League Program Committee 2, 3. MARJORIE J. DODSON Margie KAugust 97 George-Dean3 Intra- mural Sports 23 Class Refresh- ment Committee 13 Squad Leader 2, 3. MARY ANN DORFICE Dortice fMay 197 Distributive Trades 3 Home Room Treasurer 33 Distribu- tive Trades Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD G. DOYLE Rich fSop- tember 157 General. ROBERT ALLAN DITNLAI' Dull- nie CFebruary 217 Academic: Magic Club 13 Rifle Club 2, .33 Ra- dio Club 2. 0wLf7.714.f25' WILLIAM A. DUNN Bill Uune 185 Academic, Band 1, 2, 3. ERNEST E. EAKINS Doc fMarch 315 Vocational, Roller Skating Club 1, 2, 39 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 2, 3. ROBERT BRUCE EATON Bob fMarch 215 Vocationalg Intramural Sports 1, 2. GLORIA M. ECKENRODE CJuly 55 Commercial. C. EDWARD ECKERT Ed KNO- vember 105 Vocational, Home Room Manager 3: Rifle Club 23 Sportsman Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JANET A. EDGAR Pansy CJune 135 General, Home Room Sales Manager 3. JOANN MARIE EINODSHOFER Uanuary 225 Academic, Modern Science Club 23 Horseshoe Staff 2, 3. CHARLES V. EMORY Shorty CSeptember 95 Academic, Home Room President 25 Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Stagecraft Club 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Junior Miss 3. DON DUSCI-I CMay 315 Academic, Attended Quincy, Illinois, High School 1, 23 Home Room Presi- dent 3, Hi-Y Club 1, Treasurer 13 Intramural Sports 1, 33 Junior Miss 3: Victory Home 2, Ev- eryman 1. HELEN FLORENE E A R N E S T Flo CDecember 65 George-Dean: Home Room Vice President 32 A Cappella Choir 13 Annual Show 1. MARILYN JUNE EBERSOLE fApri1 125 General. JANE G. ECKENRODE Janie 4February 125 Academic, Home Room Secretary 2, Newswriting Club 1, Personality and Etiquette Club 2, Spanish Club 5, Vice Presi- dent 3: Grimm Club 35 Compass Staff 2, 3. LUCILLE ECKHARD Lucy CFeb- ruary 75 George-Dean, Booster Club 23 Sub-Deb Club 3, A Cap- pella Choir 1. ROBERT E. EDWARDS Bob Uanuary 295 Vocational, Street Patrol 1, 2, Assistant Secretary 13 Intramural Sports 2. VIOLET LUCILLE E M E R I C K Mickey Uanuary 165 George- Deang Nurses Aide 33 U, C. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. LARUE ERMIN Shorty fAuguSt 305 George-Dean. JEANNE E. ESPENLAUB Espy Uune 303 Academic5 Home Room Secretary 25 A Cappella Choir 1, 2. LOUIS A. EVANGELISTO Lou fAugust 183 Academic5 Home Room President 35 Booster Club 15 Bowling Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2. BEVERLY J. FAGLEY Bev CFeb- ruary 173 George-Dean5 Girls Chorus 2. NANCY E. FANALE Uanuary 143 Commercial5 Social Dancing Club 1, 2, Instructor 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2. MAE L, FARBER fAugust 293 Com- mercial. MARY JANE FECHTER M. J. lOctober 123 Commercia15 Person- ality and Etiquette Club 15 Booster Club 25 Quill and Scroll 3: A Cap- pella Choir 15 Compass Staff 2, 35 Class Reception Committee 25 Annual Show 1. NICHOLAS FIGUREL 4'Nick iAu- gust 193 Academicg Hi-Y Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Junior Varsity Football 3. JOHN J. FLEGLER Butch Uune 143 Academicg Social Dancing Club 15 Radio Club 25 Intramural Sports 35 Foot Loose 25 Annual Show 25 Junior Miss 3. is KENNETH A. ESTEP Ken CJune 273 Academicg Intramural Sports 1, 35 Orchestra 15 Special Orchestra 15 Band 1, 2, 3. ELSIE E. FACKENTHALL Dot fNovember 93 Commercial5 Home Room Secretary 1, Vice President 2, President 2, 35 Radio Club 1, President 15 Skating Club 35 Music Program Club 3. KENNETH FAITH iDecember 13 Academic5 Hi-Y Club 2, Treasurer 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH FARABAUGH Betty Uuly 173 Commercial. LEONA MARIE FARRELL CDecem- ber 33 General. CHARLES L. FIELDS Frankie Uanuary 263 General5 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. HELEN LILLIAN FINDER Hel 1March 253 Academic5 Taylor All- derdice High School, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15 Home Room Sales Man- ager 3: Orchestra 2. REBECCA JANE FLICKINGER Becky fMarch 83 Academic5 Lo- cal History Club 15 Art Display Club 2, 33 Intramural Sports 2, 35 Traffic Patrol 3. 2,070 M ' CAROL V. FLOWER Posy iAu- gust 223 George-Deang Home Room Attendance Director 25 Annual Show 2. BETTY LOUISE FLUKE Betty fOctober 143 Distributive Trades, Social Service Club 1, Distributive Trades Club 3. GERALDINE FOLB UGerry COct0- ber 93 Commercial, Personality and Etiquette Club 25 Sub-Deb Club 3: Annual Show 1. DOROTHY FOWLER Dot f.Tan- uary 103 Academicg Flask and Beaker Club 2, 3. JOAN M. FRANK Frankie fApril 233 George-Deang Home Room Sec- retary 2. HELEN M. FREAS Archie CFeb- ruary 173 General. CATHERINE A. FRENCH Katie Uune 23 General, Intramural Sports 2, 3. RAY M. FRONTZ CFebruary 23 Gen- eralg Home Room Sales Manager 39 Hi-Y Club 3: Jay Vee Football 35 Varsity Track and Field 1, 2, 3. ARLENE ETHEL FLUKE KMarCh 193 George-Dean, Home Room Vice President 3. DOLORES P, FOCHLER Pat 4September 233 George-Dean, In- tramural Sports 2g A Cappella Choir 15 Annual Show 1, Nurses Aide 3. ALICE FORSHT Sparkle iMarch 273 George-Dean, Needlework Club lg Art Club 25 Intramural Sports 23 Squad Leader 2. MADELINE M. FRANCO Maddy Uanuary 83 General, Social Danc- ing Club 23 Italian Club 2. MARJORIE J. FRANKS Margie CJuly 83 George-Dean, Home Room Vice President 23 Music Program Club 3: Intramural Sports 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 1, 2, Squad Leader 2, 3. ROBERT EDWVARD FREDERICK Bob Uune 213 General, Moun- tain Echo Staff 2, 3, Reporter 2, 3. ELIZABETH G. FRISCH Betty fSeptember 203 Academicg Girls League Representative 15 Person- ality and Etiquette Club 17 Bowl- ing Club 23 Traffic Patrol 33 Nurses Aide 3. GEORGE FULLERTON fMarCh 173 General: Entered U. S. Navy. Wfameniii of Wan in Me 7afewZ' Sfaaw JAMES E. FUNK Jim 1July 197 Vocational: Intramural Sports 2: Varsity Football 3. LOUISE HELEN FURGIONE Llan- uary 77 Commercial: Girl Reserves 1, Vice President 1. DOROTHY LARUE GAILEY Dot- ty fMarch 67 Commercial: Intra- mural Sports 3. JOHN J. GALLACE John iNo- vember 177 General: Band 1, 2, 3. QIOSEPHINE ESTHER GATES Jo 1July 247 Distributive Trades, SHIRLEY V. GIARTH fN0vember 237 George-Dean: Nurses Aide 3. MILTON M. GIBSON Milt fJuly 317 General: Track Team 2: Intra- mural Sports 2: Squad Leader 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Band 2: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE I. G I F T Marjie CMarch 217 Academic: Home Room Vice President 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Annual Show 2, 3: Traffic Patrol 2, 3: Junior Academy of Science 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Sec- retary 2: Senate 1, 2, 3. 5 ROBERT EARLE FUNK Bob COctober 267 Academic: Vivo Club 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Varsity Football 2, 3: Track Team 2, 3. 3 H ' IRENE GABLE Renie fApril 197 George-Dean: Home Room Vice President 3: Art Display Club 2: I Nurses Aide 3. VERNA MARCELLA GALANT Uuly 147 George-Dean: Bowling Club 1. HUGH GARVER fMay 167 Voca- tional. ROSE ELINOR GAYMAN Rosie COctober 27 Commercial: Home Room President 1: Etiquette Club 1, Secretary 1: Booster Club 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: String Quartet 1, 2, 3: Spe- cial Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. RICHARD A. GIBBONEY Tih fFebruary 67 Academic: Home Room President 2, Representative 3: The Haunted Theatre 2: The Story of the Dead Woman 2: Traffic Patrol 2, 3, Captain 3: Stu- dent Senate 3. PEGGY MARIE GIBSON 1.Iuly 37 George-Dean: Home Room Secre- tary 2: Bowling Club 2: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. FERN L. GILLASPIE Tiggy iAu- gust 97 Commercial: Home Room Vice President 2 : Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. am! Melacbcwm JOHN FRANCIS GIONFRIDDO Johnny Uanuary 73 Vocational, Home Room President 2, Secre- tary 2, Rifle Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Machine Shop 1, 2, 3, Foreman 3. DANIEL H. GLASS 1August 223 General, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, 3, Track 2. PHYLLIS M. GLENN Phid CJuly 113 George-Dean, Home Room Sec- retary 1, Sub-Deb Club 3. ROBERT M. GLUNT Bob fDeCem- ber 173 General, Radio Club 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, Manager 2, Basketball 1, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Annual Show 1, 2. LOUISE GOCHNOUR Lou CNO- Vember 223 General, Home Room Representative 3, Social Dancing Club 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3. RICHARD J. GONTER Dick iApril 133 Vocational, Home Room Secretary 3, Hi-Y Club 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. DONALD CLAIR G R A B I L L WVhitey CApril 213 Vocational, Home Room Treasurer 2, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Ushers Club 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. CHARLES F. GRAZIER Charlie iNovember 123 General, Home Room Vice President 2, Chess Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3. MABEL ANN GLASGOW fOctober 283 George-Dean. HELEN JOANN GLENN Jo fDe- cember 283 George-Dean, Tumbling Club 2, 3, Vice President 3, Annual Show 2. PHYLLIS E. GLUNT Phyl fApril 293 General, Home Room Secretary 1, Sales Manager 2, Social Dancing Club 1. LOIS GOCHNOUR G0chy CND- vember 223 Vocational, Art Club 2, Intramural Sports 2. HARRIET TERESE GOLDSTEIN CNovember 203 Academic, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, President 3, Mountain Echo 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor 2, 3. JANE M. GOOD Jamie fApril 243 Commercial, Home Room Treas- urer 33 Newswriting Club 1, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Vice President 3, Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, Liter- ary Editor 3, Traffic Patrol 2, 3, Girls League Vocational Commit- tee 3. CHARLES H. GRAFFIUS Charlie Uanuary 43 Academic. HERBERT L. GREENE Spud Uuly 43 Academic, Magic Club 1, 2, 3, President 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2. LUIS ANN GRIEFF KAuguSt 143 Commercial: Home Room Assistant Sales Manager 3. HELEN GRIMOORIS fAugust 13? Distributive Trades: Distributive Trades Club 3. MARSHALL IR. GROVE Uune 13l Vocational: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. CARL ATIVOOD GROVER KAugust 295 Academic: Chess Club 1, 3: A Cappella Choir 1. EARL HARVEY GUNSALLUS CMay 89 Vocational: Home Room Repre- sentative 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Jay Vee Football 2. NIARDELL RAE GUNSALUS tApril 121 George-Dean: Etiquette Club 2: Broadcasting Club 1: Five F Club 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. MAXINE B. GUTSHALL KApril 17l General: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. PAUL S. HAIK iMay 213 Academic: Magic Club 1: Intramural Sports 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY H. Glllllllll CNOvember 53 George-Dean: Music Program Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: An- nual Show 2: Nurses Aide 3. BERNARD HAROLD GRINDLING- ER Bernie CDecember 83 Aca- demic: Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Broadcast- ing Club 1, President 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. NANCY MAE GROVE 1September 107 General: Home Room President 1, 2: Bowling Club 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. JAMES LEROY GRUVER Jim fOctober 71 Commercial: Magic Club 1: Radio Program Club 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2. VIRGINIA GUNSALLUS Quinny lMarch 31 Academic: Skating Club 1: Bowling Club 2: Modern Science Club 3:'Intramural Sports 2: A Cappella Choir 1: Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3: Traffic Patrol 3: Annual Show 1. JOSEPH GURAL tJuly 183 Voca- tional: Ushers Club 3. MARTHA GWVIN Marty KMarch 273 Academic: Bowling Club 1: Art Club 3, President 3: Grimm Club 3: Traffic Patrol 2, 3. KAY VIRGINIA HAINES Kay 1November 163 Academic: Chess Club 1: Boosters Club 2, 3: Grimm Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1: Class Vice President 2: Traffic Patrol 2, 3. ua' , Scwe My GMM JOSEPH HALOW Joe CAugust 203 Commercial. A KENNETH L. HAMILTON Ken fNovember 173 General5 Intra- mural Sports 2, 35 Basketball 3. DORIS MARIE HAMMOND fMay 133 General. REG1s HARBER Reg CFebruary 73 General5 Home Room Treasurer 25 Patrol Club 1, 25 Hi-Y Club 35 .Tay Vee Football 2, 35 Varsity Football 3. ROBERT W. HARKLESS Bob lMay 203 Vocationa.l5 Home Room Vice President 25 Basketball 1, 2. PATRICIA RUTH H A R R I S O N Pat tApril 223 George-Deang A Cappella Choir 1. LOIS ETHEL HART CJune 123 Gen- era15 Art Club 15 Booster Club 25 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Senate 1, 2, 3, Secretary 15 Annual Show 2. GERALDINE EMMA LOU HARTER Gerry CApril 283 George-Dean: Girls Chorus 1. JULIA R. HALOW Julia fDecem- ber 73 Academic5 Girl Reserves 25 Art Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Grimm Club 35 Spanish Club 115 Annual Show 25 Girls League Play 25 Mountain Echo Staff 35 Class Decorating Committee 1, 2. JAMES R. HAMMAKER Curly fOctober 53 Academic5 Dancing Club 15 Radio Club 25 Chess Club 3, President 35 Orchestra 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 2, 35 Class Executive Com- mittee 3. HARRIET HANDMAKER Hat Uune 83 Academic5 Mountain Echo Reporter 3. CATHERINE HELEN HARBULA Kate CApril 273 George-Deang Tumbling Club 25 Squad Leader 2, 35 Nurses Aide 3. HAROLD C. HARTLEY Terry 6August 173 General5 Home Room Secretary 25 Sports Manager 35 Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Athletic Director 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Jay Vee Basketball 15 Jay Vee Football 2. A R 'I' H If R P. HARSHBARGER Art CApril 123 Voca.tional5 Rifle Club 35 Sportsman Club 3, Man- ager 3. PHYLLIS J. HART Phil CNOvem- ber 233 Commercialg Social Service fi Club 1. M, JAYNE HARRIS fFebruary 53 George-Dean5 Roller Skating Club 2, 35 Annual Show 2. valfancf .Quicken Man Zee . I WILLIAM E. HARTMAN Bill 1June 83 Vocational, Rifle Club 3. D 0 N A L D THEODORE HAUK Don fDecember 303 Academic, Home Room Representative 2, Chess Club 3, Horseshoe Staff 1, 2. JEAN HEATH Jeanie 6June 213 George-Dean, Booster Club 1, 2, Intramural Sports 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, String Quartet 1, 2, 3, Special Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Third Plate 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3. G. LOUIS HELLER Pouch iAu- gust 253 Vocational, Home Room Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, S0- cial Dancing Club 2, Machine Shop Safety Director 2, 3. JANE HENRY Hermia fNovem- ber 33 General. BETTY ROSE HESS Sue KMay 23 General. EDWIN D. HETRICK Ed 1No- vember 253 Vocational, Jay Vee Football 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 SHIRLEY R. HILEMAN Shu-hu CAugust 43 George-Dean, Home Room Sales Manager 3, Bowling Club 2, Art Club 3. BYARD A. I-IASLETT fJune 303 Academic, Art Club 1. COLLEEN B. HAVVBECKER fOcto- ber 273 Commercial. MIRIADI HEATON fNOV6If1b6P 133 Commercial. ANNA KATHRYN I-IELMAN Ann CSeptember 143 Commercial, Chess Club 1, Personality and Etiquette Club 2, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Annual Show 2, Horseshoe Staff '3, Typist 3. YVILLIAM I-IEPNER Ugly KNO- vember 123 General, Home Room President 1, 2, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Boys Federation Treasurer 2, President 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Captain 3. JOANNA JAYNE HESS Joan fMarch 173 George-Dean, Person- ality and Etiquette Club 1, 2, Music Program Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3, Nurses Aide 3. WVANDA J. HILDEBRAND Rusty fFebruary 273 George-Dean, Home Room Treasurer 1, Nurses Aide 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. CHARLES M. HILL Chick fOcto- ber 113 Vocational, Football 1, 2, 3. ak! . MARLENE JANE HIMES Doll 1Ap1-il 73 General, Home Room At- tendance Director 1, 2, Broadcast- ing Club 1, Social Dancing Club 2. WILLIAM L. HITE Bill QMay 313 Academic, Home Room Secretary 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Plane Crazy 1, Class Executive Committee 2, Boys Federation Executive Com- mittee 3. FLORINE JOYCE HOFFMAN Flo CFebruary 63 Distributive Trades, Home Room Attendance Director 3, Roller Skating Club 2, 3, Dis- tributive Trades Club 3, A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, Sextet 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2. ETHEL MARIE HOOPER Red CMarch 23 Academic: Etiquette Club 1, 2, Grimm Club 3, A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, Double Sextet 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3. DOROTHY ELIZABETH HOPPER UI-loppy fSeptember 273 Academic, Home Room President 3, Tumbling Club 1, Treasurer 1, Flask and Beaker Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Mountain Echo 2, Reporter 2, Class Secretary 1, Quill and Scroll 2, Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. THERESA EMILIA HOROMANSKI Terry COctober 53 George-Dean, A Cappella Choir 1, 3. JACK D. HOWELL Dudley fJ'une 163 Vocational, Stagecraft Club 1, Mountain Echo Staff 2. FRANK P. HUGHES fOCt0ber 163 General, Ushers Club 2, Chess Club 3. ROBERT HIMMELEIN CSeptember 63 Vocational, Hi-Y Club 2. S. PATRICIA HOENSTINE Pat t0ctober 63 Academic, Booster Club 1, Rifle Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Annual Show 1, Class Decorating Committee 2, Class Ex- ecutive Committee 1. GEORGE MAURICE HOLLAND Googie fDecember 173 Academic, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. MARGARET LOUISE HOOVER fApril 23 Academic, Home Room Attendance Director 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2. K, SUZANNE HORNER Silky COctober 263 George-Dean, Art Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1. GEORGE R. HOWELL iOctober 193 Vocational. EVELYN RUTH HUBER fApri1 183 Commercial, Squad Leader 1, 2, 3, JAMES NI, HUGHES Jim U36- cember 303 Vocational, Home Room Sales Manager 2. PHYLLIS J. IIIINTER I'hyl 1May 53 Academicg Home Room Secre- tary 13 Tumbling Club 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 33 Squad Leader 1, 3. SHIRLEY L. IRWIN 1August 83 George-Dean: Home Room Presi- dent 23 Home Room Secretary 13 Bowling Club 23 Class Secretary 2. PATRICIA J. ISENBERG Pat Uanuary 193 George-Deang Home Room Secretary 1, Treasurer 33 Bowling Club 2. MCKINLEY E, IVERY Kin fMay 173 Vocational. ELEANOR KATHERINE JACOBS Jackie fAugust 243 Distributive Trades3 Home Room Treasurer 2, President 33 Broadcasting Club 1, Treasurer 13 Social Dancing Club 2. VANCE L. JOHN Lindy fMay 213 Vocationalg Hi-Y Club 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. HELYN EYVONNE JOHNSON- BAIIGH Mickie tSeptember 103 George-Dean. RUTH A. JONES fAugust 53 George- Dean3 Home Room President 1, Secretary 23 Bowling Club 1, 23 Fellowship Club 23 Music Program Club 33 Five F Club 33 A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3. QW JAMES S. IRVINE Jim lDecem- ber 213 Academic3 Home Room At- tendance Director 23 Chess Club 3: Junior Academy of Science 2, 3. JEANNE MARIE ISENBEIIG KDB- cember 153 Commercial3 Roller Skating Club 13 Bowling Club 2. PHYLLIS D. IVERSON Fifi tOc- tober 243 Academic3 Bowling Club 13 History Radio Club 23 Five F Club 3. CHRISTY S. JACOBS iNovember 283 Distributive Trades3 Home Room Sales Manager 23 Social Dancing Club 1, 23 Orchestra 1. LOIS R. JASIMAS tSeptember 123 Academicg Home Room Attendance Director 33 Grimm Club 33 Academy of Science 3. PATRICIA A. JOHNSON Pat fSeptember 83 Academic3 Local History Club 13 Etiquette Club 23 Intramural Sports 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Traffic Patrol 2, 33 Annual Show 2, 3. MARGARET v. .IoNEs Peggy iOctober 13 Academic3 Bowling Club 1, 23 Grimm Club 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Mountain Echo Staff 2, 33 Girls League 1, 2, 3, Vice President 33 Academy of Science 2, 3. Record- ing Secretary 33 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. MARY JANE KAGARISE fAugust 153 George-Dean. Il miecfp THEODORE A. KARAKANTAS Ted fOctober 297 Academic, Home Room Attendance Director 1, Sales Manager 2, Dancing Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Safety Patrol 3, Captain 3. W I L L I A M KAUFFMAN Bill CApril 227 Commercial, Home Room President 1, Treasurer 2. MARJORIE FRANCES KEHOE Marge Uanuary 317 Commercial, Home Room President 2, Annual Show 1, Horseshoe Staff 3, Head Typist 3. E. DUWAYNE KELLER Dutch fApril 37 General, Band 1, 2, 3. JANET P. KELLEY Jake fJan- uary 257 Commercial, Bowling Club 1, 2, Girls Chorus 1. E. ANN KELSO Cookie CFebru- ary 187 Academic, Home Room Treasurer 2, Bowling Club 2, A Cappella Choir 1. BARBARA CHRISTINE KERLIN QFebruary 227 General, Flask and Beaker Club 3. SHIRLEY AILEEN KILLINGER Shirt CAugust 257 Commercial, Home Room Representative 1, Sec- retary 2, Bowling Club 1, Radio Program Club 2, Flask and Beaker Club 3, Girls Chorus 1. RAYMOND E. KARL Ray CMay 267 General, Home Room Secretary 1, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2. JO ANN RUTH KEHOE Jo QDe- cember 97 General. ANNA MARGARET KEITH fApril 67 Academic. DAVID DESSLER KELLEY Doss 1August 197 Academic, Social Dancing' Club 1, Roller Skating Club 3, Air Cadet, U. S. Army. JACK KELLY COctober 107 Aca- demic, Home Room Vice President 2, Bowling Club 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Band 1. JANET L 0 U I S E KENSINGER Janie CNovember 87 George- Dean, Dancing Club 1, Grimm Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3, Class Pub- licity Committee 1. ROBERT WZ KEYS Bob CApri1 177 Academic, Home Room Presi- dent 2, Magic Club 1, Chess Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Basket- ball Manager 1. THOMAS K. KJELLMAN Tom fMarch 307 Academic, Orchestra 1, 3, Band 1, Annual Show 1, 3. lkbffz Wm .faan ETHEL KLINE CMay 23 Commer- cial: A Cappella Choir 1: Annual Show 1. RALPH FRANKLIN K N I S E L 1' Real CMarch 303 General: Mu- seum Club 1, 2: Nature Study Club 1: Flask and Beaker Club 2, 3: Radio Club 3: Junior Academy of Science 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Filter Paper 3. PAUL E. KOUGI-I Kokey fJan- uary 303 Vocational: Intramural Sports 1. D 0 N A L D J. KREUTZBERGER Don fNovember 23 General: Band 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH VINCENT KIIBICA Joe fSeptember 13 Academic: Art Club 1, Vice President 1: Flask and Beaker Club 2, 3: Secretary 2: Mountain Echo Staff 2, 3, Typist 2, 3. VVILLIAIVI KUHN Bill fAuguSt 53 Vocational. CLARENCE KURITZKY fFebruary 103 General: Magic Club 1. GEORGIANNA P. KUTCH Georgie CMay 213 General: So- cial Dancing Club 3, Instructor 3. IM PRISCILLA G. K L 1 N G Polly Uuly 183 George-Dean. REBECCA M. KOLLER Becky fAugust 33 Academic: Personality and Etiquette Club 1, 2: Grimm Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Double Sextet 1, 2, 3: Horseshoe Staff 3: Traffic Patrol 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. KENNETH R. KRATER Kenn CNovember 103 Vocational: Magic Club 1: Bowling Club 3, President 3: Intramural Sports 1. HELEN LOUISE KRUGH fNOVem- ber 143 Commercial. JOHN SCOTT KUGLER Red fAu- gust 263 Vocational: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Track 2. ALEANDER KULMATYCKI QJuly 43 General: Entered U. S. Army Air Corps. CLARENCE SAMUEL KURITZKY Carrots iMarch 93 Academic: Chess Club 3: Intramural Sports 3l SANTINO LAMANCUSA Lemon fAugust 33 Academic: Social Danc- ing Club 1, 2, 3, Instructor 2: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Basketball 3: Junior Miss 3: Class Entertain- ment Commlttee 3. 466014 ana! YIRGIL D. LaMORTE Yirg cApril .35 Vocational: Home Room Treas- urer 3. NORMAN F. LANE iMay 233 Gen- eral: Chess Club 1, 3, Treasurer 3: Booster Club 2: Intramural Sports 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Christ- mas Pageant 1, 2: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. CHARLES M. L A R R I MOR E Chick iApril 151 Vocational: Home Room Assistant Secretary 3: Roller Skating Club 1, 2, 3: In- tramural Sports 2, 3. WVILLIAM ELVVOOD LAIJGHLIN Bill CApril 131 Academic: Home Room Vice President 3, Repre- sentative 3: Grimm Club 3, President 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Spe- cial Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3: Band 3: Junior Academy of Science 2, 3, President 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. WALTER LAVVRUK fJuly 159 Vo- cational. EVALENE M. LEADER fDOCember 293 General. CAROLINE LORRAINE LEGO Shorty CAugust 283 General. LOIS JANE LEI-IR iMay 201 Aca- demic: Personality and Etiquette Club 1: Spanish Club 2: Grimm Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. 1. ,.., Q- VALENCIA LAMONT Val iFeb- ruary 143 Distributive Trades: Bowling Club 1, 2. DOLORES ll 0 S E LARATONDA Dolly fOctober 145 General. C. JUNE LAUGHLIN iOctober 59 General. JOHN JOSEPH LAURA Johnnie fApril 285 Vocational: Home Room Representative 3: Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 3. MARGARET L. LAWS Peg iAu- gust 285 General: Girl Reserves 3. PATRICIA LOUISE LEAP Put fSeptember 263 General: Tumbling Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2. JANET ELIZABETH LEGO Jan fMay 27 George-Dean: Roller Skat- ing Club 1: Intramural Sports 1: U. S, Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. MARJORIE MAY LEIDEL Dol1y iFebruary 293 Commercial: Class Reception Committee 1: Class Re- freshment Committee 2. MIRIAM LENZ Lenzie fNovem- ber 93 Generalg Art Club 2, 33 Grimm Club 3: Girls League Art Committee 1. SHIRLEY LEVINE fApI'il 63 Commercial: A Cappella Choir 12 Annual Show 1. ALBERT M. LILLY Lindy 1April 303 Vocational. MARJORIE ANN LINDSEY KNO- vember 253 George-Dean, Music Program Club 3, President 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 1, 3: Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3. DOMINICK J. LOMBARDO Nick iApril 13 Vocational, Home Room Vice President 2, Sales Manager 3. JEAN L, LONG Long John KNO- vember 253 General. VIVIAN ONEITHA LONG Dim- ples iOct0ber 303 Distributive Trades, Home Room Secretary 3: Distributive Trades Club 35 Bowl- ing Club 2. MARY' ALICE LORD Fleety 1April 273 Commercial. DANIEL G. LEONARD Dan fMarch 313 Vocational. FRANCES JANE LICKEL Uuly 303 General, Chess Club 1: Fellowship Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. J. VVILSON LINDSAY Sonny Uanuary 93 General, Home Room Attendance Director 1, 33 Social Dancing Club 1, 2. MARY JEAN LITTLE Jinx fFeb- ruary 253 Georgs-Dean, Home Room Representative 2, 3, Sales Manager 2. BETTY D. LONG fMarCh 283 George-Dean: Home Room Li- brarian 25 Skating Club 15 A Cap- pella Choir 13 Annual Show 1: U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3. LOIS MARTHA LONG Loie CDe- cember 53 General, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3. FRED R. LOOMIS Little Ambrose iOctober 203 Vocationalg Home Room President 15 Radio Club 1. JAMES BI. LOVVTIIER Jim tJuly 113 Vocational, Band 1, 2. ll Nagar! BENNY M. LOZINSKI CSeptember 133 Vocationalg Home Room Vice President 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Machine Shop 1, 2, 3, Assistant, Foreman 3. EILEEN ANN LUCKNER fMay 123 George-Deang Social Dancing Club 15 A Cappella Choir 2, 3. NORMAN PAUL McCABE Norm fDecember 263 Vocational. SARAH A, McCLELLAN fOctoher 63 George-Dean. VIRGIL DEAN McCONAHY Virge CMay 183 Vocationalg Home Room Vice President 15 Stagecraft Club 15 Intramural Sports 2. R O B E R T CARL MCCULLOCH Bob COct0ber 213 Generalg Na- ture Club' 15 Band 1, 25 Brass Choir 1, 2. DONALD J. McDOWELL CApril 293 Commercialg Annual Show 1, 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 25 Verse Speaking Choir 1. JOHN WILFORD MCGIRK Jack iDecember 143 Academicg Home Room- Treasurer 1, Vice President 3: Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Vice President 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. GRACE LUCIANO CSeptember 33 Commercialg A Cappella Choir 1. VILMA LOUISE LYTLE fApl'il 183 Commercialg Girl Reserves Club 15 Fellowship Club 25 Five F Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 25 Morse Code Class 1. GLORIA R. MQCLAIN C.Tune 263 Commercialg Home Room Repre- sentative 25 Social Dancing Club 15 Junior Class Executive Com- mittee 2. ETHEL MARIE McCONAHY CNo- vember 223 George-Deang Bowling Club 2. L 0 U I S C. McCREARY 'tLouie CApril 113 Generalg Aviation Club 2, Aviation Cadet, U. S. Army. LEONARD R. MCDONALD Mack fOctober 223 Academicg Home Room Vice President 1, 35 Ushers Club 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Air Cadet 3. MARGARET GRACE MCDOWELL Peggy CDecember 133 Generalg Bowling Club 2. THERESA M. MQGOUGI-I Terry Uanuary 293 Commercialg Bowling Club 2. Ba '7!w1 cc J Glades MARY BERNADETTE MCGUIRE De De CJuly 233 Distributive Trades: Home Room Attendance Director 3: Social Dancing Club 1: Tumbling Club 2, Secretary 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2. CHARLES B. McMULLEN Chick- en 1March 33 Vocational: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2: Basketball Manager 1, 2. RONALD McWILLIAMS Snatch CJuly 13 General: Hi-Y Club 3: Cross-Country 3: Track 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3. ELEANORE MAE MACKEY I'eachie tSeptember 143 George- Dean: Home Room Sales Manager 3. MARTHA MAE MADDEN Marty Uanuary 223 General. VONA LORRAINE MAILLARD 'tRalnie Uanuary 43 Distributive Trades: Home Room Secretary 3: Bowling Club 2. PAULINE M. MANGIA Mungie fJuly 13 George-Dean. TONY J, MANIGLIA 1April 43 Gen- eral: Jay Vee Football 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2. JUNE PHYLLIS MCINTIRE Pixie 4November 263 Academic: Bowling Club 1, Vice President 3: Art Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Girls League Art Committee 2, 3: Class Decorating Committee 2. JAMES K. MCNEAI, Jim fOCt0ber' 233 Academic: Home Room Vice President 2: Chess Club 1: Modern Science Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Orchestra lg Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2: Brass Choir 1, 2, 3: Class Finance Com- mittee 1. J A C K MCFARLANE Ric-har1l CSeptem ber 153 Vocational. NIARGAIIET MACKIE fJanl1ary 23 Academic: Attending Goucher Col- lege. LOUIS J. DIAIERHOFER Louie CMarch 113 Academic: Home Room President 3: Radio Club 1: Span- ish Club 2, 3: Mountain Echo Staff 2, 3, Reporter 2, 3: Traffic Patrol 3. CARMELLA MAINELLO CJuly 163 General: Personality and Etiquette Club 1: Sub-Deb Club 3. CARME LI NE L0 UISE IWIAN IG LIA Candy CAugust 203 Commercial: Bowling Club 1, 2. HAROLD DI. MARKLE Hal KAL!- gust 203 Distributive Trades. 4 4 ANNA V. MARSHALL Anne tJuly 113 Academic: A Cappella Choir 1, 2: Annual Show 1, 2. JOSEPH A. NIARTINO Joe fMarch 163 Vocational. MARY L, MASER tJuly 283 General: Girl Reserves 1, 2, Secretary 2. MARJORIE L. MASTERSON Mar- gie fNovember 133 General. DOROTHY MATHEWSON Dot fApril 73 Academic: Tumbling Club 1: Home Room Representative 3: Rifle Club 2, Treasurer 2. ALICE MARY MATLACK tDecem- ber 63 George-Dean: Bowling Club 2: Home Room Secretary 2: Intra- mural Sports 1: A Cappella Choir 1. ROBERT MAYS Bob tDeCember 73 General: Squad Leader 3: Home Room Vice President 2: Nature Observation Club 2, 3, President 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3. ROBERT M. MECKLEY Bobby Uanuary 93 Academic: Intramural Sports 1, 3. EDWIN E. MARTIN Ed CNovem- ber 73 General: Home Room Rep- resentative 3: Stagecraft Club 3: Basketball 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3. RICHARD M I C H A E L MARZO Rich CDecember 303 Vocational: Home Room Secretary 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. MARJORIE JOANNE MASTERSON Margie tMarch -203 Academic: Home Room Secretary 1, 3, Vice President 2: Radio Program Club 2, President 2: Rifle Club 3: Intra- mural Sports 1: Class Executive Committee 3. THEODORE P. MASTOS Ted CAugust 143 General: Basketball 1, 2. EVELYN M. MATHIEU Pete lSeptember 123 General: Home Room Secretary 3. NORMAN MAYHUE tJuly 233 Gen- eral: Entered U. S, Armed Forces. JULIUS MAZUR Jugc CMarCh 173 General: Intramural Sports 3. JACK L. MEISS Jack tAuguSt 263 General: Home Room President 3: Cafeteria Patrol 2. THEO PAULINE MELLER Teddy CMay 183 General, Bowling Club 1, 2. MARJORIE MEYERS Margie CApril 53 George-Dean. BEVERLY C. MILLER fMay 183 George-Dean, Girls Chorus 3. EDNA LOUISE MILLER Tootsie 1December 283 General, Home Room President 1, Vice President 2, Annual Show 1. GLADYS E. MILLER fDecember 283 Commercial, Social Dancing Club 1. HAROLD A. MILLER Butch fMay 143 Vocational, Roller Skat- ing Club 1, 2, .3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY SUE MILLER Chickie iJuly 103 George-Dean, Tumbling Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. EDIVARD MISHOCK fApril 273 Gen- eral, Entered U. S. Armed Forces. JACK P. MEYER iAugust 273 Aca- demic, Band 1, 2, 3, Drum Major 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Entered U. S. Army, November 9, 1944. DOROTHY J. MILBURN Dot CMarch 213 General, Home Room Treasurer 2, Five F Club 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Annual Show 2, 3. CAROLYN K. MILLER Red CJune .303 General, Home Room Secretary 1, Radio Club 2, Grimm Club 3, Booster Club 3, Old Fashioned Style Shown 2, A Cappella Choir 1. GEORGIA ANNE MILLER George CMay 273 Academic, Home Room Secretary 1, Booster Club 2, Music Program Club 3, A Cappella Choir 3, Christmas Play 2, Assembly Play 1, Class Secre- tary 2, Girls League Secretary 3. GLENN MILLER 4November 143 General, Band 1, 2, 3. HAROLD GEORGE MILLER 1May 193 Academic, Home Room Repre- sentative 2, Vice President 2, Ushers Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Track 1, Basketball 1, 3. JAMES V. MIRANTE Jim CFeb- ruary 213 Vocational, Home Room President 3. WVILLIAM F. NIITCHELL Bill iNovember 103 Vocational, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. Www! Emmy Q' 14 Pl-IYLLIS J. MOCK Sis CDecem- ber 33 Commercial, Personality and p Etiquette Club 2, Intramural Sports 1. FRANCES ELIZABETH MOORE Butch fApri1 93 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 2. JAMES E. MOORE Junior 1May 23 General, Home Room Attend- ance Director 1, Vice President 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. RICHARD EUGENE MOORE iSep- tember 13 Academic, Magic Club 1, Brass Choir 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. JOHN ALLAN MORGAN Jack CApril 33 General. CHARLES EMORY MORRISON Charlie iSeptember 163 Aca- demic, Magic Club 1, Intramural Sports 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Brass Choir 1, 2, 3. GEORGIANA COMMILLAH MOS- SER Georgie fJanuary 263 Com- mercial, Roller Skating Club 3. ALICE C. MURTAGH Murt CMay 233 George-Dean, Girl Reserves 2, Roller Skating Club 3. STANLEY JEFFERSON MONAHAN Pete fMarch 63 General, Home Room Vice President 3, Code Club 33 Band 2, 3, Drum Major 2, 3. HOWARD FREDERICK MOORE l'Fred CApril 153 General, Magic Club 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. REBECCA J. MOORE Becky fApril 93 George-Dean, Home Room Treasurer 1, President 3, Girls League Publicity Committee 3. AUSTIN E. MORGAN Aus dune 43 Academic, Home Room Presi- dent 2, Representative 2, Flask and Beaker Club 2, Hi-Y Club 3, Band 1, 2 ,3, Dance Band 3, Representa- tive on Athletic Council 3, Senate 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Traffic Patrol 3. EDWARD MORRIS t'Eddie CFebru- ary 113 General, Home Room At- tendance Director 1, Magic Club 1, Radio Club 3. PAUL EDWARD MOSES Moe fNovember 123 Academic, Stage- craft Club 2, Chess Club 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, Junior Miss 3, Boys Federation Play 1, 2, Christmas Pageant 1, 2, Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 2. BETTY M. MOWERY fNoVember 253 General. ALEXANDER J. NADER Alex fJuly 203 Academic, Home Room Representative 2, 3, Flask and Beaker Club 2, Treasurer 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, Mountain Echo Staff 2, 3, Sports Editor 2, 3, Senate 1, 2, 3. Gm! ' 'Penal HELEN E. NAGLE Uuly 293 Com- mercial: Home Room Secretary 3: A Cappella Choir 1. JOHN S. NARDON Johnny fApril 273 General: Home Room President 2: Archery Club 1: Safety Club 1: Safety Patrol 1: Intramural Sports 1. AVONELL G R A Y C E N E A L Shorty Uanuary 53 George- Dean: Home Room Secretary 1, Vice President 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Style Show 2: Headin' Hollywood 1: Sextet 2, 3: Annual Show 2, 3. PAULINE M2 NEARHOOF Polly fSeptember 53 Academic: Home Room Representative 3: Personal- ity and Etiquette Club 1, Treasurer 1: Chess Club 2: Grimm Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3: Horseshoe Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 3: Senate 3. RICHARD NELSON CAugust 173 General: Entered U. S. Armed Forces. VIRGINIA L. NICHOLS Ginny Uuly 133 General. MILTON E. NICKOLA Milt Uuly 123 Vocational: Ushers Club 1, 2. MARJORIE L. NIXON Margie fJuly 233 General: Personality and Etiquette Club 1, 2: Sextet 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. LM TI-IERESA A. NAPERKOSKI Terry Uuly 203 George-Dean: Nurses Aide 3. LULA MARY NASSIF Lulubelle fDecember .303 Commercial: Music Program Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. MARIAN LOUISE N E A R H 0 0 F CMay 253 George-Dean: Bowling Club 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. BERNARD MURRAY NECKRICI-I Bernie fApril 193 Academic: Home Room Treasurer 1: Flask and Beaker Club 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MARY C. NEWTON fDecember 53 George-Dean: Home Room Secre- tary 3. GEORGE J. NICKOL Nick fDe- ember 203 Academic: Home Room Representative 1, 3: Art Club 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Track 3: Band 1, 2: Orchestra 1, 2. DARRELL M. NIXDORF Uanuary 273 Academic: Home Room Sales Manager 3, Secretary 2: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Foot Loose 2: Junior Miss 3: Lamp Went Out 1: Sweet Sixteen 1: Traffic Pa- trol 3. SHIRLEY L. NOLL fDecember 103 George-Dean. Glad P ROBERT WILLIAM NOON Bob CDecernber 187 General, Basketball 2, Captain 23 Track 1, 33 Cross Country Runner 1, 2, 3. PAULINE 0'FIESH Kingfish-fishy iOctober 287 Academic. PATRICIA L. ORANGE Pat CDec- ember 277 Commercialg Booster Club 2. SAMUEL GLENN ORR Sam CMarch 117 Vocational. MARY ANTOINETTE PALAZZI Platt CMa.y 177 Distributive Tradesg Distributive Trades Club 3. ERMENIA L, PAOLUCCI Dolly CJune 97 Distributive Tradesg Home Room Attendance Director lg Personality and Etiquette Club 1. Pl-IYLLIS JEAN PARKS Jeanie f.Tuly 107 Distributive Trades: Bowling Club 2. MARY PEARL PARKS Mickey' 1August 77 George-Dean. s WAYNE NORRIS CFebruary 57 V0- cationalq Home Room Vice Presi- dent 3g Intramural Sports 25 Com- pass Staff 1, 2, Business Manager 1, 2. NORMA RUTH OLIVER COctober 237 Commercial, Home Room Rep- resentative 1, Vice President 25 A Cappella Choir 33 Annual Show 1, 3. MARJORIE JANE ORR CFebruary 207 General. LEONARD PACIFICO Pre CAU- gust 87 Vocational, Home Room President 3. GEORGIA EVA PANAGOS Georgie iJanuary 57 Academicg Home Room Secretary 1, 23 Rifle Club 33 Annual Show 2, 3. SOPHIA MARY PAPADEAS So- phie iMarch 217 General, Home Room Treasurer 35 Spanish Club 3, Secretary 3. JOHN E. PARKS Johnnie 1August 147 Generalg Intramural Sports 2, 3. JANET H. PATERSON Pat Au- gust 67 Academicg Home Room Secretary 2. ANNA MAE PATTERSON Sis fJanuary 173 General3 Social Danc- ing Club 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 23 Squad Leader 3. ADELINE PAVONI 1October 13 Commcrcial3 Sub-Deb Club 3. JOHN ROBERT PENNINGTON Jack fOctober 253 Commercialg A Cappella Choir 1, 2. ALTA A. PETERMAN Pete 1Sep- tember 263 George-Dean. UARMEN J. PICCIRILI Duke CSeptember 93 Generalg Intramural Sports 2, 33 Squad Leader 3. DOROTHY PINCHERRI Dot CApril 53 George-Dean. ROBERT CHARLES PINE Bob CFebruary 233 General3 Home Room Attendance Director 23 Photography Club 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. LEONA VERNA I' O D G U R S KI 0nie QFebruary 253 Vocationalg Photography Club 33 Intramural Sports 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 23 Annual Show 1, 2. Se CHARLES LEVVIS P A T T I L L O Charlie fAugust 223 General. GLADYS MAE PENDLETON Glad 1September 263 Commer- cial3 Sub-Deb Club 3, Vice' Presi- dent 3. AMEDEO NICK PERRETTA Wimpy CAugust 93 Vocational3 Home Room Attendance Director 23 Radio Club 3. RICHARD N. PETERS Pete 1May 93 Generalg Home Room President 33 Intramural Sports 1, 33 Band 13 Squad Leader 33 Air Cadet 3. MARY J. PICCIRILLI Jo Uune 113 General. DOROTHY MAY PINE Doll fMay 143 General3 Orchestra. 1, 2, 3. JAMES IRVIN PIPER Jim 10c- tober 263 Academic3 Home Room Treasurer 1, ,23 Chess Club 13 Five F Club 2, 3, President 33 Intra- mural Sports 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 1, 3. KENNETH R. POINTS CAugust 63 General3 Hi-Y Club 1, 23 Booster Club 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Class Treasurer 33 Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. P 1 0 . . I RAYMOND DICK POPE fFebruary 123 Academic, Magic Club 13 Fel- lowship Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Class Executive Com- mittee 1g Annual Show 1, 2, 33 Christmas Pageant 2. VIRGINIA ALTO POWLEY Ginny iJune 233 Distributive Trades, Dis- tributive Trades Club 35 Girls Chorus 2. EDMUND LOVE PRICE Ted iSeptember 103 Academic 3 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. MIRIAM E. PROCKO Minnie Uuly 133 George-Dean. ROBERT JAMES PUDERBAUGI-I Bob fMay 303 Academic, Radio Club 1, Booster Club 2, Treasurer 23 Intramural Sports 23 Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 35 Annual Show 3. . MARCEIL B. RAINEY 1May 113 George-Dean, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Sextet 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. CHARLES REDENBERGER Charley 1September 193 General: Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. MARION ELIZABETH R. E E S E Betty CDecember 73 George- Deang A Cappella Choir 1. STANLEY JOHN POTOPA Stush CJanuary 203 Vocational, Rifle Club 1, 2. YOLANDA T. PRESTIPINO Yo Qseptember 233 George-Deang Vic- tory Club 1g Roller Skating Club 2, 33 Music Program Club 33 In- tramural Sports 2, 3g A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Annual Show 1, 2, 33 Nurses Aide 3. BEVERLY J. PRICE Bev fMarch 193 General, Booster Club 1, 25 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 String Quar- tet 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Special Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. JOANNE J. PROUGI-I CNovember 173 George-Dean. HELEN JOSEPHINE QUIRIN fMay 283 General: Home Room Vice President 25 Bowling Club 25 Sub- Deb Club 3, President 39 Compass Staff 2, 3. ROBERT M. RAMSEY Bob Uune 223 Academic, Intramural Sports 1, 25 Home Room Vice President 1, 35 Cafeteria Patrol 2, 3. J. GALE REEKIE fMarch 43 Voca- tional. EFFIE L. RESIDES Uuly 93 Com- mercialg Home Room Representa- tives 2g Bowling Club 2, Skating Club 3: Intramural Sports 1, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2: Class Rc- freshment Committee 3. Q4 zszwef A rqgafaimgfwpf NATALIE P. REYNOLDS Nat fMay 213 Academic, Home Room Secretary 2, Representative 2, Modern Science Club 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Mountain Echo Staff 2, 35 Reporter 2, 3. DONALD E. RHODES Don tJa.n- uary 83 Academic, Radio Program Club 2, Photography Club 3, Vice President 3. PAUL RICHARD RICE Dick fDecember 153 Vocational, Home Room President 2, Secretary 3, Intramural Sports 2. MAXINE A. RILEY lNIax fJan- uary 12, George-Dean, Bowling Club 2, A Cappella Choir 1, Nurses Aide 3. BETTY JANE RITCHEY Betts CJuly 203 General, Personality and Etiquette Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Sextet 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3. NAOMI RITCIIEY Nomie CMa.y 183 Commercial, Archery Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, Horseshoe Staff 3, Typist 3. DIARION J. ROBERTS Joe KOC- tober 113 Distributive Trades, Home Room Sales Manager 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2. WALTER J. ROBUCK Sears fDecember 163 Vocational, Home Room Attendance Director 2, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3. GRACE E. RHOADES fDecember 283 Commercial, Personality and Etiquette Club 2. ROBERT GLENN RHODES tApril 163 General, Intramural Sports 2, 3. HELEN I. RIFE fApril 113 Com- mercial, Personality and Etiquette Club 2. XVILBIA L. RINER KApril 193 Gen- eral, Bowling Club 1, 2. FLORA RAYE RITCHEY Fl0ssie tJanuary 313 General, Home Room Representative 3, Treasurer 3, Secretary 1, Social Dancing Club 1, Booster Club 2. Mf. JANE RITTENHOUSE -Ianey tDecember 303 General: Broadcast- ing Club 1, Quill and Scroll 2, Intramural Sports 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, String Quartet 2, 3, Mountain Echo Staff 2, 3, Circulation Man- ager 3, Girls' League President 3, Traffic Patrol 2, 3. Al'DREY LORRAINE ROBINSON iNovember 153 General, Roller Skating Club 1. BETTY JANE ROCK CSeptember 53 General. We KATHRYN R. ROCK Kate KAug- ust 243 General. PATRICIA JANE ROGERS Pat fseptember 263 General, Home Room Sales Manager 2, Art Club 15 Personality and Etiquette Club 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, An- nual Show 1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE M. ROONEY 1Septem- ber 23 George-Dean, Girl Reserves Club 1, Bowling Club 2, 3, A Cap- pella ,Choir lg Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. ANNABEL ROSSER CMarch 303 Commercial: Personality and Eti- quette Club 2. RENO WEBB RUSS Joe fJune 93 Academic. C. LOIS RUTHERFORD fSeptember 63 Commercial, Home Room Secre- tary 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 39 A Cappella Choir 1. SHIRLEY DIAE SACKETT fSeptem- ber 233 Academic, Traffic Patrol 1, 2, 3. MARY ELVIRA SAVINE CAugust 253 General, Home Room Assistant Director 15 A Cappella Choir 3. VVILLIAMf M. RCDGERS Bill fApril 173 Vocational. ROSE MARIE ROLLASON CMay 13 George-Dean, Home Room Vice President 23 Class Decoration Com- mittee 1, Nurses Aide 39 U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3. HARVEY ALLAN ROSE Red fNovember 53 Academicg Spanish Club 23 Broadcasting Club 1, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Horseshoe Staff 2, 3, Sports Editor 33 Varsity Football 1, 23 Varsity Track 2, 35 Squad Leader 13 Annual Show 3. RICHARD VV. RUNYEON CDecen1- ber 53 Academic, Attending Ju- niata College. Pl-IYLLIS IVIARIE RUSSELL 1'hyl fApril 173 George-Dean: Home Room Attendance Director 23 Chess Club lg Personality and Etiquette Club 2, Secretary 2, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, U, S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3, Secretary 2, President 35 Girls' League, So- cial Service Committee 3, Chair- man 3g Nurses Aide 3. ALVERDA R. SABATINO Vicky fMarch 303 General, Home Room Secretary 1, Bowling Club 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 2. MARIE A. SALVATORE Curly fOctober 313 Commercial, A Cap- pella Choir 1. MARY SUSIE SAVINO Peg iAu- gust 153 Commercial, Tumbling Club 1. H. JEAN SCHADE lOctober 43 Commercial. BETTY L. SCHIMMINGER. Rell iMarch 273 General: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA LOUISE SCHMIDHAM- MER Pat Uanuary 223 George- Dean: Social Dancing Club 2: A Cappella Choir 2. WILLIAM M. SCHNAVELY tDe- cember 83 Vocational: Home Room Representative 1, Attendance Di- rector 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3. NANCY JANE SCHOTT Uune 243 Academic: Spanish Club 2: Booster Club 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Footloose 2: Horseshoe Staff 2, 3: Traffic Patrol 2, 3: Senior Class Finance Com- mittee 3. AUDREY M. SCI-IROYER 1Septem- ber 283 Commercial: Home Room Secretary 1. IRENE M. SEGMILLER Myrt fSeptember 63 Academic: Home Room Vice President 2, President 3: Radio Program Club 2: Horse- shoe Staff 2, 3, Music and Dra- matics Editor 3: Traffic Patrol 3. ROBERT L. SEIBERT Bob fOctober 23 General: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. S. ALEYN SCHEINBERG lMarch 43 Academic: Movie Program Club 2: Art Club 3: Intramural Sports 1: Orchestra 3: Wild Hobby Horses 1. THELMA SCHMIDHAMMER, Teddies iApril 63 George-Dean? Home Room Vice President 2. BETTY FRANCES SCI-INAVELY fDecember 83 George-Dean: An- nual Show 2: Squad Leader 2. NORMAN S. SCHORNER fFebruary 213 Vocational: Home Room Sales Manager 3. SHIRLEY IVIARIE SCI-IROEDER 1April 213 General: Skating Club 1: Tumbling Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JOHN F. SEASOLTZ Uune 43 Aca- demic: Home Room President 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Band 1: Jay Vee Football 1, 2: Varsity Football 3. JAMES L. SEGMILLER Jim tMarch 183 Academic: Home Room President 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. HOWARD R. SELL COctober 133 General: Entered U. S. Navy. fqainegancfe HELEN E, S-ERVENTI CFebruary 183 Commercial. JANET LOUISE SHADE Janie CJune 303 Commercial, Girls League Representative 1, Social Dancing Club 1, Tumbling Club 2,33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. LUELLA LAURA JANE SHAWLEY Butch fJuly 43 General, Person- ality and Etiquette Club 2, BEVERLY ANN SI-IIELDS Bev fSeptember 113 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 1, Traffic Patrol 2, 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. DORIS LOUISE SHIFFLER fAuguSt 103 George-Dean, Home Room As- sistant Attendance Director 1, Squad Leader 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. BONNALEE J. SI-IINGLER Bon- nie fSeptember 83 Commercial, Home Room Attendance Director 2, Social Dancing Club 1, Grimm Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. ALENE MARIE SHOIPE Squirtie CSeptember 213 George-Dean, Home Room President 2, 3, Music Pro- gram Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. KENNETH L, SHRIVER Ken fMay 93 Academic, Flask and Beaker Club 2. ELIZABETH B. SEYFERT CSeptem- ber 293 George-Dean, Bowling Club 2. LEE HOWARD SHANNON Skip fJanuary 273 Academic, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Band 1. WILLIAM K. Sl-IELLEY Bill fJuly 13 General, Home Room President 2, Social Dancing Club 1, Hi-Y Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Band 1. - ROBERT EUGENE SHIELDS' Bob Uune 63 Academic, Radio Club 1, Flask and Beaker Club 2: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3: Class Presi- dent 3. RICHARD G, SHIFFLER Dick 1March 273 General, Intramural Sports 2, 3. M. JANE SHOLLY fSeptember 93 Academic, Grimm Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Style Show 2, Headin' Hollywood 2, Annual Show 2, 3, Senior Sextet Pianist 3. CALVIN SHOWERS fAugust 113 General, Entered U. S. Navy. JANET MAE SHUTE Janny f.Tune 13 General, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Special Or- chestra 2, 3g Annual Show 1, 2, 3. .,4f.S.f25 am! MARGARET THERESA S I C 0 L A '-Margyn CDecember 167 Vocation- al, Social Dancing Club 1, 2, In- structor 1, 2, Sub-Deb Club 3, Treasurer 3. J 0 H N WILLIAM SIMELBAUER Johnnie CFebruary 107 Vocation- al, Home Room President 2, Ushers Club 1, 2. E. LOUISE SIMPSON Squeeze CNovember 57 General, Bowling Club 2, 3. VE R N A LIICILLE S LA G L E Vernic lOctober 27 George-Dean, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. BETTY LORRAINE SMITH Smit- ty fApril 147 George-Dean, Girls Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 1. DEANE Cl-IADWICK SMITH Chad Uuly 307 Academic, Home Room President 2, Secretary 1, Broadcasting Club 1, Secretary 1, Student Senate 3, Cafeteria Patrol 3, Captain 3. HARRY SMITH fApril 257 Vocation- al, Home Room Secretary 1, 3: Rifle Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, Machine Shop Safety Engineer 3. PAUL J. SMITH Smitty fJuly 217 Vocational. ' I ' H-H-1 ' M: ujn Me Q ll JACQIJELINE MAE SIEGEL Jaoquie 1September 57 Commer- cial, Home Room Secretary 2, So- cial Dancing Club 1, Personality and Etiquette Club 2, Senate 3. GEORGE EDWARD SIMMERS lOc- tober 157 Academic, Home Room Attendance Director 1, Sales Man- ager 2, Ushers Club 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, Track Man- ager 1. PATRICIA LOU SKEES Patsy 1Ma.rch 107 George-Dean, Home Room President 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, President 2, Class Finance Com- mittee 2. SYLVIA SMALL KMarch 307 Com- mercial, News Writing Club 1, Mountain Echo Staff 1, Horseshoe Staff 1, 2, 3. CATHERINE H. SMITH Cathic Uanuary 67 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 1, Personality and Etiquette Club 1, 2, Music Program Club 1, Intramural Sports 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 3, Girls League Social Service Committee 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3. DOROTHY G. SMITH Dot CJuno 277 George-Dean, BIARIAN JOSEPHINE SDIITH Smitty fApril 247 George-Dean, Girls League Social Service Com- mittee 3, Nurses Aide 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. SHIRLEY MAE SMITH Smitty CNovember 147 Distributive Trades, Booster Club 1, Orchestra 1, 2, Annual Show 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1. Wag' LUCILLE MAY SMITHOOVER Lu CFebruary 143 George-Dean3 Home Room Secretary 23 Girl Re- serves Club 1, 2, 3, President 1, 23 Oh, Say, Can You Sing 13 An- nual Show 2, 33 Style Show 23 Nurses Aide 3. SHIRLEY LEAH SNYDER Honey 1April 263 General3 Girls Chorus 3. GLENDA L 0 R A I N E SORGE Sorgie 4August 193 Commercial. WILLIAM SPEACHT Bill COCto- ber 143 GBHGPHIQ Hi-Y Club 23 In- tramural Sports 1, 23 Varsity Track 23 Varsity Basketball 2, 33 Boys Federation Treasurer 33 Football Manager 13 Jay Vee Football 23 Varsity Football 3. ELIZABETH ANN SPINAZZOLA Betty fDecember 83 Commercialg Home Room Treasurer 13 Personal- ity and Etiquette Club 23 Girls League Program Committee 3. JEAN PAUL SPRINGMAN Sam CFebruary 263 General, ROBERT J. STEEL Wolf CSep- tember 173 Vocationalg Home Room President 13 Intramural Sports 1, 23 Varsity Football 2. F A Y E T T A MARTHA STEHLEY Sue fDecember 63 George-Deang Bowling Club 2. JUNE A. SMYERS Junie CMay 303 Generalg A Cappella Choir 1. 2, 3. GLORIA MARVIN SOMMER Mitzi Uuly 243 Academic3 Home Room Treasurer 23 Booster Club 2, 33 Grimm Club 3, Secretary 33 Or- chestra 1, 23 A Cappella Choir 3. WAYNE CALVIN SORGE Red Uuly 283 Vocational3 Home Room President 1, Vice President 33 Stagecraft Club 1, 2, 33 Roller Skat- ing Club 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Jay Vee Football 13 Var- sity Football 2, 3. BETTY JANE SPIDLE CMarCh 93 George-Dean: Home Room Attend- ance Director 13 Bowling Club 23 A Cappella Choir 1. RUTH G. SPITZ Spitzie iMarch 243 General3 Home Room Vice President 23 Booster Club 23 Sub- Deb Club 33 Intramural Sports 13 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Pianist 13 Annual Show 1, 2, 33 Girls League Entertainment Committee 3. MARGARET LOUISE S P R O C K Peggy CAugust 133 George-Deang Home Room President 33 Roller Skating Club 13 Intramural Sports 13 U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 33 Squad Leader 3. JOHN' EUGENE STEELE Jack fDecember 63 Vocationa13 Intra- mural Sports 2. FREDERICK B. STERN Fred iJune 163 Academic3 Booster Club 1, 23 Modern Science Club 3, Presi- dent 33 Footloose 23 Junior Miss 33 Class Treasurer 13 Class President 23 Academy of Science 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Annual Show 1, 2. LEON BERNARD STESSNEY Leo CAugust 73 Vocational, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. E D W A R D J. STIFFLER Ed iApril 283 Vocational, Fellowship Club 1. DOROTHY STOLL Dotty CJune 73 Academic, Home Room Vice Presi- dent 2, Bowling Club 2, Vice Presi- dent 2, Five F Club 3, Girls Sextet 1, Pianist 1, Traffic Patrol 2, 3, Girls League Entertainment Committee 1, Class Finance Com- mittee 3, Annual Show 1. JOHN A. STORMER tFebruary 93 Academic, Home Room President 2, Sales Manager 3, Radio Club 1, Modern Science Club 2, Annual Show 2, Class Executive Commit- tee 2, Traffic Patrol 2, 3. WINIFRED A. ST. PIERRE Win- nie fMay 63 General, Home Room Sales Manager 2, Secretary 1, 2, LLOYD R. STROHM QNovember 243 General, Chess Club 1, 3. JAMES ANTHONY S T U B L E R Stuby 4May 143 Vocational, Safety Club 1, Rifle Club 2, Intra- mural'Sports 1, 2. MIRIAM LOUISE SUMMERS Mim fMay 313 George-Dean, Annual Show 1, 2, 3. 'N vw' GEORGE WILLIAM STEVENSON fJuly 63 Academic, Vivo Club 1, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. ESTHER E. STITT fSeptember 283 General, Home Room Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Roller Skating Club 1, 3, Squad Leader 2. PHYLLIS STONER Phil fF6bFl1- ary 283 Commercial. RALPH L. STOVER Rusty tDe- cember 123 Commercial, Home Room Attendance Director 1, Safety Club 1, 2, Track Manager 1, 2, Safety Patrol 1, 2. THOMAS V. STRICKLAND Nose 4August 213 General, Home Room President 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Jay Vee Football 1, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Football 2, 3. BETTY IRENE STRONG Betts CDE-cember 43 George-Dean. SHIRLEY M. STULTZ Jerry 10c- tober 33 George-Dean. MARY L 0 U I Si E SUNDERLAND 4June 143 Commercial, Sub-Deb Club 3, Girls Chorus 2. 4 va.. .few JW ' ETHEL L, SUTTON Lou fDecem- ber 133 George-Dean, Nurses Aide 3. NOIRMA SYBERT fFebruary 13 Aca- demic, Bowling Club 2, Five F Club 3. RUTH ELIZABETH T A C K I T T Tac qDecember 223 General, A Cappella Choir 1. THOMAS J. TANZI Tom fMarch 53 Vocational, Safety Patrol 1, Football 2, 3. GLADYS TAYLOR Glady 1Novem- ber 213 Commercial, Personality and Etiquette Club 2g Horseshoe Staff 3, Typist 3. MARIAN' L, TAYLOR Mats CJan- uary 53 General: Home Room Treasurer 3. MARGARET G. THOMPSON Peg- gy tJune 33 Commercial, Bowling Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1. DALE MILTON TITLER Ace fAugust 253 General. JOSEPHINE MARIE SWAUGER Jo fJa.nua,ry 173 General, Home Room Sales Manager 2, Represen- tative 3, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, CAROLYN JANE SZINK Tootsie fJune 173 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 13 Art Club 1. ALFRED A. TANTIUS Curley fNovember 263 Vocationalg Basket- ball 2g Intramural Sports 2. HESTER JANE TAUBEL Janie Uune 263 George-Dean, Booster Club 13 Five F Club 33 Orchestra 1, 2, Annual Show 1, 2. JACQUELINE BLAIRE TAYLOR Jackie fMarch 193 Commercialg A Cappella Choir 1, Annual Show 1. ELIZABETH J. TEMPL ETON Temp fJanuary 123 George- Deang Intramural Sports 2. DIARY ELIZABETH TIPTOIN Tip CMay 103 Academic, Booster Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 13 Horseshoe Staff 1, 2, 3, Photo- graphic Editor 33 Entertainment Committee, Girls League 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3, English Department Play 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY IRENE TITLER CMarch 43 General, Bowling Club 1, 25 Home Room President 3, .ff .g 043 ROBERT H. TOBIAS Bob KNO- vember 251 General, Ushers Club 1: Booster Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 33 Band 1, 2. ELEANOR ADELE T R I I' P L E R CAugust 91 Commercial: Broadcast- ing Club 1: Personality and Eti- quette Club 2. ELVIRA A. TROVARELLI Evie iDecember 231 General, Home Room Sales Manager 3. JOHN G. TWARDON Johnny fFebruary 221 Academic, Home Room Vice President 3: Radio Club 15 Intramural Sports 1. MARGARET IRENE ULSH Peg- gy CA u g u s t 51 George-Dean, Booster Club 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 3. RICHARD D U A N E VANTRIES 1August 11 Vocational. MARY B. VENETTOZZI Mary 4August 91 Commercial. HILDA ELIZABETH VESIRI Uan- uary 301 General. VERNA M. TREESE Treese fAugust 251 General, Home Room Representative 2, Broadcasting Club 1: A Cappella Choir 2, Christ- mas Pageant 1. LOIS JEAN TROMM Louie CFeb- ruary 91 Academic, Home Room Representative 13 Personality and Etiquette Club 23 Grimm Club 3, Treasurer 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 1, 2, 3. GENEVIEVE MAE TPLOWVITZKE Gen 1May 121 Commercial: A Cappella Choir 1, 23 Annual Show 1, Double Sextet 1, 2: Social Danc- ing Club 1. ALDEN, CURTIS ULRICH Al CNovember 151 Vocational, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Manager 3. SARA JANE VALENTINE Sally CApril 41 General, Home Room Li- brarian, Secretary 3, Music Pro- gram Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 33 Class Pub- licity and Reception Committee JANE VANZANDT iSeptember 201 George-Deang Home Room Secre- tary 1, Bowling Club 2, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Class Executive Committee 2. YOLLETTE J. VENETTOZZI iAu- gust 91 Commercial: Home Room Representative 3. DANIEL NEAL VICKERS Vic fDecember 61 Vocational, Intra- mural Sports 2. QQMWJZZW JOYCE VICTOR 4October 203 Aca- demic, Home Room President 2, Quill and Scroll 2, 3, Secretary 3, Mountain Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, As- sociate Editor 2, 3, Senate Pub- licity Chairman 3. CHARLES ALBERT WV A G N E R iMarch 93 Vocational. ARTHUR R. WALTERS. fMay 73 Academic, Home Room Treasurer 2, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, Vivo Club 1, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. IIYLDA JEAN WALTZ Jeanie Uanuary 33 George-Dean, Home Room Secretary 1, Representative 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Sextet 1, 2, 3, An- nual Show 1, 2. H E L E N JOSEPHINE WVASYLIS- ZYN COctober 53 George-Dean, Bowling Club 2. PATRICIA LOUISE WEBER Pat fSeptember 213 Commercial. MARJORIE MARIE YVELLER Mack fMarch 193 George-Dean. ELINOR JEAN WEYANDT Jeanne fJuly 83 Commercial, Home Room Representative 2, Secretary 2, Radio Club 1, Booster Club 2, Flask and Beaker Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 3. DONALD EDWARD VOGEL Don iOctober 113 General, Home Room Secretary 1, Vice President 1, Football Manager 1, 2, 3. LEWVIS WAGNER Lew COctober .313 Vocational, Rifle Club 1, 2. LOLA IMOGENE WALTZ Jeanie CMarch 153 George-Dean, Home Room Representative 2, Bowling Club 2, Flask and Beaker Club 3, Mountain Echo Staff 3, Reporter 3, Nurses Aide 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. . VVILLIAM WARRICK CJa.nua.r'y 233 General, Entered U. S. Navy. LUELLA IRENE WAY Lu Uuly 63 George-Dean, Bowling Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Squad Leader 2, Girls League Art Com- mittee 2. MARY LOUISE WEIDLEY Mary Lou CFebruary 23 Commercial, Social Service Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1. CARL LOUIS WENRICH fMarch 303 Academic, Intramural Sports 1, Band 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Annual Show 1, 2, 3. CARYLL ROBBINS WHIPPLE Whip COctober 123 Academic, Home Room Vice President 1, Representative 2, President 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra and Special Orches- tra 1, 3, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, An- nual Show 1, 2, 3, Senate 2, 3, President 3. CHARLES M. VVHITE Charlie fFebruary 203 Vocational, Home Room Assistant Secretary 3, Rep- resentative 1, Intramural Sports 3. SHIRLEY J. VVHITE fSeptember 243 Commercial, Bowling Club 1, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. DONALD E. VVI-llTl lELD Dewitt Uuly 143 Academic, Intramural Sports 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Annual Show 1, 2, 35 Jay Vee Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3. VIRGINIA MAE IVIBLE Ginnie Uanuary 183 George-Dean, Home Room President 2. HELEN IVIARJORIE VV I L K I N S fAugust 313 Commercial, Home Room Secretary 2, Treasurer 2, 33 Sub-Deb Club 3. ROY EVGENE WVILLIAMS Bn0by tMarch 173 Vocational: Safety Pa- trol 1, 29 Intramural Sports 1. ALICE K. WVILSON fJuly 13 Gener- al, Personality and Etiquette Club 1, 2, Sub-Deb Club 3g Girls League Style Show 1. DONALD D, WVILT Don fFebru- ary 273 Vocational, Home Room Attendance Director 1, Secretary 3: Hi-Y Club 2. ELIZABETH G. WVHITE Bettie Uanuary 273 Academicg Home Room Secretary 13 Roller Skating Club 13 Radio Club 1, Vice Presi- dent 1g Flask and Beaker Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 15 Mountain Echo Staff 3, Reporter 3. DICK VVHITEHEAD Red iFeb- ruary 263 Academic: Home Room Sales Manager 3, Chess Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Junior Miss 33 Mountain Echo Staff 15 Traffic Patrol 2, 33 Executive Committee 2. MARTHA EVELYNA VVHITSTINE Nookie fSeptember 33 George- Deang Home Room Attendance Di- rector 1, Secretary 2, Sales Mana- ger 33 Tumbling Club 1, 33 Radio Code Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Art Display Cases 1, 2, Man- ager 1, 2, Squad Leader 1, 2, 3: Senate 3, U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. ESTHER GRACE VV I E D E M E R CMarch 303 Commercial, Bowling Club 2. JOAN OLVVEN VVILLIAMS J0anle fApril 293 Commercial, Roller Skat- ing Club 13 Orchestra 1, 2. SAMUEL R. VVILLIAMS Sam fJune 233 Vocational. ARLENE IVILSON Hon fMay 203 Academicg Home Room Secretary 1, Compass Staff 2, 3, Typist 2. ESTHER RUTH IVIMMER H0n0y fDecember 273 George-Dean, Art Club 2. Nidfeg f ls' HELEN J. WIMMER Brown Eyes fFebruary 43 General5 Nature Ob- servation Club 25 Sub-Deb Club 3. I S A B E L ANNE WINTERMUTE Izzy 1March .83 George-Deang Flask and Beaker Club 35 Quill and Scroll 35 A Cappella Choir 15 Annual Show 15 Mountain Echo Staff 3, Reporter 35 Girls League Entertainment C 0 m m i t t e e 35 Nurses Aide 35 Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 2, 3. V ALBERT R. VVOLESLAGLE Abe CSeptember 143 General5 Home Room Secretary 35 Stagecraft Club 15 Chess Club 35 Intramural Sports 1. SHIRLEY M. WOLF iDecember 123 General5 Tumbling Club 15 Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. JOHN A. WOOD Woodsie fJuly 293 Aca.demic5 Social Dancing Club 15 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3. MARY JANE WOODCOCK f.Iune 43 General5 Fellowship Club 25 A Cap- pella Choir 15 Girls Chorus 3. PAUL M. W O O D R I N G Red fMarch 203 Vocationalg Rifle Club 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2. ANNA JANE WRAY A. J. 4Sep- tember 153 Academicg Quill and Scroll 35 Horseshoe Staff 2, 3, Ad- ministration Editor 35 Class Pub- licity Committee 1. BARBARA LOUISE W I N T E R C.Iune 163 George-Dean5 Home Room Attendance Director 15 Personality and Etiquette Club 25 Flask and Beaker Club 35 Girls League Publicity Committee 35 U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps Pledge 3. ETHEL ADA WISE iJuly 283 Com- mercialg Bowling Club 2. G E R T R U D E A. WOLESLAGLE Gertie CSeptember 163 Generalg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. VINCENT ROBERT WOLF Jug Uanuary 123 Vocational5 Ushers Club 1. PATRICIA JEAN WVOOD Pat CMarch 203 Academic5 Home Room Secretary 1, 35 Radio Club 15 Mod- ern Science Club 2, 35 Grimm Club 35 Intramural Sports 15 Horseshoe Staff 3, Girls Sports Editor 35 Class Secretary 35 Girls League Health Committee 3. J. SIDNEY WOODCOCK Sid Uune 263 General5 Intramural Sports 2. ROBERT PAUL WVOOMER Bob fSeptember 223 Vocational. ANN NVRIGHT Uune 293 Academic5 Home Room Representative 35 Chess Club 15 Grimm Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 35 Foot Loose 25 Junior Miss 35 Traffic Patrol .35 Annual Show 3. I 1 7Uwlz4 lan Gap Q JOSEPH N. WYSOCKI Joe LDe- cember 23 Vocational. XVILLIAM E. YETTER Bill CJan- uary 223 Vocational3 Social Danc- ing Club 13 Intramural Sports 13 Band 1. CLYDE E. YON Cy fNOVembey 153 Distributive Tradesg Distribu- tive Trades Club 33 Hi-Y Club 33 Stagecraft Club 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Squad Leader 2. CHARLES Il. YONN Charlie CAugust 263 Vocational. KENNETH E. YOUNG W un- Lung CApril 193 Vocational. T l-l E 0 D 0 R A F. ZAKRZEWSKI Teddy tNovember 93 Generalg Tumbling Club 1, 2, .3, President 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Dou- ble Sextet 1, 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 1, 2, 33 Christmas Pageant 1, 2, 3. DORIS A. ZINN fAugust 63 Aca- demicg Booster Club 1, 23 Music Program Club 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Annual Show 1, 2, 33 Christmas Pageant 1, 3. ROBERT PAUL ZITSCI-I Bob fMay 233 Academic3 Home Room President 33 Social Dancing Club 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Band 13 Plane Crazy 13 Foot Loose 23 Style Show 2. SUE YEE tMarch 73 George-Dean. DORIS M. YOHN tDecember 143 General. JUAN FAITH YON Suzie tMarch 203 Academicg Social Dancing Club 13 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 An- nual Show 1, 2, 3. Attending State Teachers College, Lock Haven. DONALD R. Y0l'NG Don CJune I3 Academic3 Home Room Presi- dent 1, 2, 33 Nature Club 1, Sec- retary 13 Chess Club 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2. BETTY JANE ZAKPIM Betts Uanuary 283 George-Dean3 Home Room Secretary 1, Attendance Di- rector 2, Sales Manager 33 Tumb- ling Club 2, 33 Roller Skating Club 33 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Squad Leader 3. V. ANITA ZIMMERMAN Zimmle Uune 123 Commercialg Home Room President 33 Horseshoe Staff 3, Business Manager 33 Publicity Committee of Girls League 33 Class Entertainment Committee 3. FRED LEE ZINN C-Tune 293 Gen- eral3 Intramural Sports 1, 2. VVILLIAM HOEY C-Tuly 223 U. S. Armed Forces. fvaz 11' ---ala Q Paul Anthony Bacza, Donald Clair Baker, Donald Arthur Bulger, Harry Calvin Burger, Lois Mary Campbell, Earl Edward Colyer, Theresa Modesta Eder, Sylvia Marie Edwards, William Raymond Edwards, Charles Francis Forst, Robert Edwards Cildea, Morton David Long, David Edgar Myers, Paul Nepa, Samuel Richard Orndolf, Lulu Papas, Leo Buck Pappas, Burl Patlillo, Joseph Richard Rouzer, Bernard Warreru Troutman. Em Elma 94 Swlfieaei Because of the upheaval caused by World War ll, the Class of 1945 has become scattered all over the world. We give . . . CONGRATULATIONS To those who left high school during the year to enter college or university. RESPECT To those who earned sufficient credits to leave during the year for work in commerce or industry. A SALUTE To the girls in the Cadet Nurse Corps and lo the boys in the armed forces of our country. ALL HONOR To those who have paid the supreme sacrifice in the service of our country . . . Darkness has fallen upon thee, it seelns, Yet somewhere far dislanl beyond our lll'6l1IlLS, The Sun that has darkened lo our mortal eyes Shines out in its splendor, Across the skies. Page Sixty-eight Junior Class OFFICERS Seated-Mollie McGraw, Secretary, Virginia Gable, Vice President. Standing-Robert Boyle, Treasurer' William Kelley, President. SPONSORS Seated-Mrs. Crumm, Miss Krick, Miss McKerihan. Standing- Miss Bloomneld, Mr. Ross, Mr. Wolfe. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-Peggy Irvin, Trudy McGinley, Anna Parsons, Joyce Shope, Jane Whitesel. DECORATION COMMITTEE-Peggy Irvin, chair- man, Martha Simpson, Nancy Monarch, Bertha Langer. Lillian Cherry, Frances Ballielte. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE-Trudy Mc- Ginley, chairnlang Joyce Yundt, Dot Kyler Dick Hughes, Tim Fitzgerald, Joan Gority. FINANCE COMMITTEE-Robert Boyle. chair- q man, Diane George, Nellie lVo0mer, Alice Meyers, Don Meyer, Mary Jane Cooclfellow. PROGRAM COMMITTEEQAnna Parsons. chair- man, Lucretia Watsrmii, Gilbert Love, Audrey MCIntire, Lois Keller, Ann Brocllieck. RECEPTION COMMITTEE-Jane Whitcsel, chair- IIIHIIQ Virginia Gable, Charles Lzmtz, l,Lll,I'ICltl Smeal, George Brelnnen. Marjorie warrick. IIEERESHMENT COMMITTEE-Joyce Shopo. chairniang Dolores Hanvoc-lc, Sylvester Diehl. Maxine Barr. Jeenc-en Ilinles. Page Sixty-nine EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-David Callandra, Dick Laher, Keeley Norris, Barbara Walker, Joan Whitehead. DECORATION COMMITTEE-Robert Artz, chair- man, Shirley Brooks, Cracella Fleck, Patricia Gerhart, Dorothy Hicks, Pearl Hill, Rhoda Kirshner, Drew Mierley, June Roth, Joanne Stambaugh. ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE--Ellen Barley. chairman, Patricia Bolger, Robert Broyles. Betty Chamberlain, Mary DiPrinZio, Marion Fleck, Polly Potter, Kathleen Reid, Barbara Stander. FINANCE COMMlTTEE-Lorraine Davis, chair- man, Phillip Drosakis, Josephine Ferremini, J Sophomore Class OFFICERS Seated4Gene Reekie, Secretary. Standing - Donald Forbes, Vice Presidentg Andronic P a p p a S, President. SPONSORS Seated-Miss McGinnis, Miss Eyre, Miss Crist. Standing-Mr. McDermitt, Mr. H. Lantz, Mr. Haverstick. Jacqueline Fraker, George lsenberg, Bernice Zimmers. PROGRAM COMMITTEE-Evelyn Glunt, chair- man, lva Helow, Nancy Haines, James Kurtz, Joan Lind, James Smith, Dorothy Wray, Jane Ann Yohn. RECEPTION COlVlMlTTEE---Shirley Adams. chairman, Barbara Burkel, Anna DiCamillo, Mary Ann Eby, Richard lVlcMurray, Patricia Rooney. REFRESHMENT COMMlTTEEaPauline Boyles, chairman, Wanda Clark, Bruce Coulter, Grace Evans, Ann Hite, Ethel Kelley, Marilyn Mc- Gill, Barbara Maguire, James Smiley. Page Seventy cc I THIS IS A LETTER Adm! the QM We Jim! VW- MAIL PUBLICATIONS CLUBS MUSIC DRAMATICS ORGANIZATIONS W Wilw MMM fffiyzfffwif WWW M -- ..L,w S . J 4 , L, Lw,,,,,L,,,m, 1 Q 4 l --L '+WN-A--w---M. 2 U .4 Q ALL WQRK AND N0 PLAY . . . A--.1, I .Y-..,...v.., .0-L. , ., ,M n K I 5' Q..-.....,.., g......,.M....,...,..... . h '3 I Mr. Dickey Co-ordinators have been popular in recent times, but A. H. S. has had one for some years--an association that binds together the many activity groups of the school. Much of the 'ffuni' in A. H. S. is furnished through the Activities Association, so popular an organization that practically every student and teacher is a member. The enrollment fee is small, only fifty cents, but, multiplied by several thousand, the total amount is rather large. The advantages are many in having this common treasury-each interest group, minorities included, may have an allotted share to carry on its specific project, it decreases the number of appeals for funds, it gives every student a feeling of ubelongingi' when he gets that little yellow cardboard ticket. In addition, a member saves almost five dollars in reductions on the athletic games and on the Horseshoe, he receives the Mountain Echo, the school paper, and the Compass, the guide to our school, without charge, he gets admission to the Hpaidw assemblies, featur- ing out-of-town talent, many other benefits could be given, all adding to the ufunn of A. H. S. Many other groups also profit from this organization, which is spon- sored by lVfr. Dickey-such as the Senate, the Board of Publications, the class meetings, and class dances, including the annual banquet and dance which is the climax of the senidr year. . Page Seventy-four XX ll William Speacht William Hepner 5' Fred Young W www--Mmw The chief concern of the members and sponsors of the Boys Federation, this year. was guidance for boys expecting to enter the armed forces. Therefore, the oilicers and committees, in planning programs to direct the boys into the branches of tht- service to which they were best suited, secured speakers from various branches of the service to address the Federation assemblies. The group also featured programs of a less serious nature. One was an entertaining show produced and directed by the boys them- selvesg another was the 'gilflagic Show put on hy the Federation to raise money for scholarships and other worthy causes. The Boys Federation was directed by the following committees: Administrative-Mr. Maddocks, Cflliliflllilllg Messrs. Dickey. lninlz, Morse, and Polilc. Guidance-flVlr. Zetler, chairmang Messrs. Brooks, Gilvlmns. lianlz, and YN imnier. Executive-Vtfilliam Hepner, chairmung William llite, lVillium Laughlin, John Mathcwson, and Vifilliam Mitchell. Page Seventy-five OFFICERS President William Hepner Vice President Gerald Henderson Recording Secretary James Black Secretary Fred Young Treasurer William Spearrht M. Griffith, G. Miller, M. Jones, J. Rittenhouse GFFICERS President, Jane Rittenhouse, Vice President, Margaret Jones, Secretary, Georgia Miller, Treasurer, Mary Lou Griffith. COMMITTEES PROGRAM--Margaret Jones, chairman, Mary Betts Dob- son, Joan Appler, Dorothy Hopper, Marjorie Nixon, Pauline Nearhoof, Doris Daniels, Patty Dilling, Betty Spinazzola, Joyce Rexford. VOCATIONAL-Catherine Deeda, chairman, Jane Good, Jackie Taylor, Janet Kelley, Genevieve Tulowitzke. SOCIAL SERVICE-Phyllis Russell, chairman, Carolyn Szink, Marjorie Gift, Virginia Gunsallus, Catherine Smith, Shirley Sackelt. ART-Mary Lou Griffith, chairman, Rebecca Flickinger, Gloria Dunlap, Shirley Adler, Anna Artz, June Mc- lntire. WAYS AND MEANS AND ENTERTAINMENT-Mary Elizabeth Tipton, chairman, Ruth Spitz, Catherine Bonerigo, Sylvia Clapper, Isabel Wintermute. PUBLICTTY-Stella Caputo, Chairman, Rebecca Moore, Joanne Curry, Barbara Winter, Anita Zimmerman, Lois Keller. HEALTH+Georgia Miller, chairman, Frances Moore, Jean Weyandt, Patricia Wood, Helen Finder, Norma Cogan, Page Seventy-six s saw, of gm 1' l Miss Hare .Seated-Mary Lou Griffith, Georgia Miller, Margaret Jones, Jane Rittenhouse, Stella Caputo. Standing-Mary Tipton, Phyl- lis Russell, Catherine Deeda. Another year of excellence can now he added to the already exceptional record of the Girls League, which has played a leading role in service to school and community. The term held no periods of inactivity for the program committee members. Their well-planned assemblies for both boys and girls were among the highlights of League activities. Dr. Clifton Adams, psychologist from the Pennsylvania State College, was the first speaker. His subject was upreparing Your- self for Marriagewg his talk included many worthwhile tips on compatibility, as Well as a quiz for the purpose of judging suitability for marriage. 'alloy and Girl Relationshipsv was the topic stressed by Dr. Ruth Fedderg she dealt with the problems of girls and cleverly brought out individual traits. For the 'ipaidw assembly of the year, the girls chose to sponsor a talent show in which gifted students of the school put on clever numbers. i'lVlcDermitt, the Magicianf, drew a special feature from his bag of many tricks. It turned out to be his newly acquired art of mind reading which climaxed his program for the League. War souvenirs brought or sent home from the many hattlefronts of the Allies provided an entertaining and interesting assembly. The conditions under which the numerous objects were acquired were related by the contributors. The vocational committee encouraged col- lege education in a post-war world. Pamphlets to aid students in choosing a college were collected and filed. The orphans from the Williamsburg homc were made happy on Christmas Day by the gifts from A. H. S.g each home room uadoptedw an orphan and purchased a suit- able gift for him. This activity was under the auspices of the social service committee. The Girls League annual Mother and Daughter Banquet was held near the close of the term. The speaker for the evening was j. W. Yoder, author of the novel, i'Rosanna of the Amish. His description of the traits and customs of the Amish was both educa- tional and entertaining. Page Seventy-seven ll Front RowYR. Strawniire, N Mastos, E. Martin, .I. Lucas E. Bathurst. F. Antesberger G. G-ottshall, J. Bryncr, J Breslin. Second Row - J. Hoover, J Laura, A. Conte. C. Dillon, T Gates, C. Jacobs. R. Miller. It Laher, K. Norris. Third How-R. Frontz, A. Nader L. Alwine, H. Cummings, L Dalessandro. W. Laughlin, C Bruckner, D. Nixdorf. D Forbes. Fourth RowfE. Eckert, B E a r o n, R. Whitehead. .T Stormer. T. Fitzgerald, J Kurtz. R. Gibbony. Ilth, .I. Lind, J. Yundt. J. Wolf M. Whitstine. B. Campbell, P Bouey, N. De Guiseppe, B Walker. Second Row-L, Gochnour. D Cormick, M. Little. J. Forney J. Kinzer. Miss Heiss. Third Row-P. Dull, G. Bulick Finder, L. Caputo, D. Confcr Irvin. Swauger, L. Ullein, P. Hill, B Williams. 4' ' af,4...u..s The Home Room Representatives, the financiers of A. H. S., did a fine job, this year, in accumulating a budget of more than 5fl5l04+,0U0. These students, under the guidance of Miss Heiss, worked hard in many drives and Went over the top ill practically all of them. The Parent-Teacher Association drive brought the total memberships to 2,070 The P. T. A. contribution of books, films, and filing cabinets was much appreciated. The Activity Ticket sale came early in the fall. Students need little urging to buy. because they know the ticket is a real bargain. Who wouldn't invest 'lfifty cents for a five-dollar valucw? Concerning the Horseshoe, we made up our minds early. There was urgent need that orders be placed and contracts be signed, in order to make sure of thr- publication of an Annual. So December was the deadline for a sale that netted almost 352,700 Wai' bonds and stamps reached a new high in the Sixth XVar Loan drive and in the weekly sales on Mondays, Vlfednesdays, and Fridays, with a total of almost 33100.- O00. Students were urged to buy stamps regularly and be assured of gratifying returns in later years. We couldnlt give much, but wc gave gladly. Page Seventy-eight Front How-F. Ritchey, M. Grif- Reck. Y. Venetozzi, E. Mackeyl D. Cessna, B. Zakeni, G. Mc- M. Berard, D. Eichelbergcr, H. J. Edgar, I. Wakefield, P. Fourth Row-A. Wright, J. 3 3 3 3 g g 3 fi X X X X X X UBLICATIONS E . Preliminary Plans Ae '7 nqaacf fuck!! Back of '45 Despite war-time conditions, the file of Ilorseshoes is kept complete with the addition of the l9fl5 publication. Never before in the history of our high school have the yearbooks gone to so many parts of the World, to faculty members and alumni who are serving their country-and ours. To those Who left A. H. S. before commencement, it Will carry memories of the good times they had While they were in school, To those who were fortunate to remain long enough to don cap and gown, those who participated in the activities of the entire school year, it will be a scholastic diary. have a 1945 Horseshoe Editor-in-Chief .......... Business Manager ....... Photographic Editor .... Naturally, due to present-day restrictions, we all know that we arc fortunate to so to each of us, may it prove to be a 'LGood Luck Piecefi HORSESHOE STAFF ..........Pauline Nearhoof Administration Editor ....... Personnel Editor ............ Club Editor .................. Music and Dramatics.. Publications Editor ..... Sports Editor tBoysl ....... Sports Editor tGirlsj .. ...........Anita Zimmerman ........Mary Elizabeth Tipton ..............Anna ,lane Wray ..........Charlotte Wieladt ............ Lois Cuttrell ....................lrene Segmiller Cora .lean Brumbaugh .....................Harvey Rose ............Patricia Wootl Ullzer Staff Members Frances Balliette, Margaret Botwright, Sylvia Clapper, Thelma Copenhaver, Thomas Hare, Anna Helman, Lois Keller, Marjorie Kehoe, Rebecca Koller, Jean Morgan, Naomi Ritchey, Nancy Schott, Sylvia Small, Gladys Taylor, Joyce Yundt. Sponsors-Mr. Williams, Mr. Brooks, Miss Givin. i Page Eighty Know the Administration l 1 Almost Finished 1 l l Pictures-Their Specialty Publication Smiles I 5 Moments of Fun Sports Highlights Live and Learn K f- 1. m lb? va- - iw? f- v -, -I V. ' ..., my ,. Hifi-1' 4 few,-mgfsesg A ,,- ywggy Zziaizwww ', 233-22 + dlaffazff L' M 2 ll .. . 1 ' 'Q -ffl ' H f ,ggi -' , X ' ,fa V ' ' gLaE'f9?5ff?ITfi?:1: h -,:v 2:f'2,?f: 'H W, wemwm -f M. ,f- 4:1 1, .f. 1 -- ' ' ' b ww' ' w 1':df-m,-',4z.+-- ,, ,,, I M., 1. Qg.3,,r ye, ,x Miss Heller On Its Way Round-Table Discussion Last-Minute Rush Catching the Errors Capable leaders and an eilicient and co- operative staff set the high standards of the bi-monthly publication of student activities, the Mountain Echo. Each semester, tests for reporting jobs are given to aspiring journalists. Reporters having one yearls experience are eligible for staff position by action of the sponsor, Miss Heller, and Miss Campbell, head of the Eng- lish Department. The staff is changed in the middle of the year. thus giving the new editors and stall members the experience and help of the retiring members. This year's managing editor was presi- dent of the Blair County Scholastic Press Associationg the fall convention of this organ- ization was held in Tyrone with delegates from A. H. S. attending. The article, Allow to Use Chalk Plates. written by the art editor of the Mountain Echo, was published in the National Quill and Scroll magazine. HPop's Showboatv won the prizc in the contest sponsored by the Echo to Choose a title for the annual show. Copies of the Mountain Echo were sent all over the World, to approximately one hun- dred service men. Also, the young journal- ists exchanged thcir Echo with fifty schools located in all parts of the United States. S'1'AFt PERSONNICI. Managing Editor, Stella Caputog Associate Editors, Joyce Victor, Harriet Goldsteing News Editor, Ruth Brandcg Literary Edi- tors, ,lane Good, Nancy lean Goldsteing Sports Editor, Alex Naderg Copy Reader, Peggy Ann Evansg Typist. Joseph Kubicag Circulation Managers, Birdie Berman, Jane Rittenhouse, Art, Eileen Alexander, Sponsor, Mildred E. Heller. Echo Blueprint Deadline Tomorrow What Goes Here packel' Siye Mr. Lantz The Compass is a. handbook which acts as a guide for incoming students. The book contains floor plansg it also has sections on school regulations, organizations, musical activities, sports, publications, songs and yells, faculty members, and the English reading list. Pages in the back of the book are provided for the ownerls schedule. The Compass is also a valued souvenir of school life at A. H. S. The following students are members of the Compass Staff: Editor-in-Chief and Representative on the Senate ,........................ ........... S hirley Adler Business Manager ...................................................... ............. W ayne Norris Associate Editor ..................... ......... . . ....... Mary Jane Fechter Assistant Business Manager ..... ............... H elen Quirin Typist .............,........................ ......,................................................. A rlene Wilson Proof Reader ...... ............................................................................. J ane Eckenrode Reporters ................ ......... D orothy Stoll, Jean DeFiore, Joan Settle, Rosan Hubbard Faculty Adviser ........ ............................................................................... E ugene Lantz Top Trio Final Judgment Pazfhwafdeft... Lila Seated-Stella Caputo, Shirley Adler, Miss Campbell, Miss Givin, Miss Heller, Mary Tipton. Standing-Mr. E. Lantz, Mr. Brooks, Mr. Romig, Mr. Dickey, Mr. Williams. The Board of Publications, a very active group, is com- posed of faculty and student representatives from each of the three publicationsiM0uI1!11in, Echo, Compass, and Horseshoe. Mr. Dickey, head of student activities, presides at all meetings. Miss Campbell, head of the English department, is also a member. This group determines the editorial policies of the school publications and takes up matters of business involved in their production. The meinbers arrange for representation at local, state, and national press conferences. They act as business managers for the Annual Show. They also arrange for the annual publications picnic, on this occasion, it is traditional for each editorial stail to present a short skit. The publications of A. H. S. have a far-reaching influence this year, the Mountain Echo has gone out regularly to Alumni members in the armed forces and copies of the Horseshoe will be sent to many parts of the World. Page Eighty-five 'dd 'tTune in again next Monday, same time, same station for the Quill and Scroll program presented by the Altoona High Schoolf, This organization writes the script and produces the program given over WFBG every Monday, and through this medium it boosts school activities, such as scrap drives, the English Department play, and the Annual Show. The club enters local contests in poetry, essay, and editorialsg it also participates in three international contests for all Quill and Scroll members. The members, who are inducted twice a year, are juniors and seniors. They must be in the upper third of their class, they must have done satisfactory Work on one of the school publications. The group meets each week to prepare a program. The fee of two dollars for every in-coming member is used for Quill and Scroll magazine and pin, which are international in character. All those interested in creative writing find the Quill and Scroll The club is under the direction of Miss both helpful and enjoyable. Heller, who is assisted by President ............... ....... H arriet Goldstein 'Vice President ........ ............. I ane Good Secretary ............ ........ J oyce Victor .......Birdie Berman Treasurer ...... Page Eighty-six in 'm Quill and Scroll Front Row-J. Victor, H. Gold- stein, Miss Heller, B. Berman, J. Good. Second Row-H. Alexander, I. Karp, N. Reynolds, S. Caputo. A. Wray, N. Goldstein, S. Ad- ler, R. Brande. Third Row-A. Nader, J. Rex- ford, J. Rittenhouse, M. Jones. M. Fechter, J. Miller. Miss Heller 3 3 3 3 g 3 g 3 fi X X X X X .X They Aim to LUBS Um 04464 Jian! Academy of Science Only utop-notcliw science students-A those who excell in three major subjects in the department-are eligible for membership in the Junior Academy of Science. The group is exclusive, too, because it is limited in sizeffifteen seniors, ten juniors, and flve sopho- mores. Each budding scientist has an opportunity to demonstrate to others of similar interests and ability, the special Work he is doing in scientific research. g Q Q ,. FL Academy of Science Front, Row-H. Weinberger, J. Ir- vine, L. Jasimas, D. Buckrcis, M. Gift, A. DeRemigio. Second Row-R. Doebler, M. Bin- stock, F. Stern, S. Catlin, L. Ullein, J. Metzler. M. Jones, S. Caputo, R. Rollason, Mr. Wim- mt-r. Third RowfR. Kniscly, J. McNeal, K. Mclntire, J. Plummer, W. Laughlin, B. Dell, R. Riling. Art Club The Art Club is divided into two groups meeting every other Monday and Thursday. Sponsored by Mr. Moore, the club includes those students desiring art training but not having sufficient time in class schedules. Living models serve as studies for portrait sketching. Still life offers means for self ex- pression. The art enthusiasts use charcoal, pencil, pastels, and water-colors as methods of expressing originality. A few members have advanced to studies in oil. Art Club B. Cover, M. Gwin, D. Frisch, C. Alexander. M. Lockard, M. Badwey, D. Brown, C. Dee-da. A. Scheinbcrg, Pat Douglas, L. Sinisi, B. Stoke, M. Huston, D. Schum, J. Wagner. ruk, P. Dr-osakis, E. Bathurst, B. Coltobaugh, G. Nickol, Mr. Moore. Front Row-R. Allison, M. Eber- sole, P. Malone, J. Mclntire, M. Covert, N. Bernstein, P. Dibert, Second Row--VJ. Halow, B. Wolc- slagle, P, Skevs, S. Hileman, Third Row-T. Ciaverella., M. Lenz, Fourth Rowgl Miller, T. Naza- mia!! Art Display Club Front RowiD. Dickens, V. Gable. Hammakvr, J. Smith, N. Gold- stein. Second Row V--R. Flickinger, S. Schmelzlen, A. Artz. Miss Plitt, Art Display Club The attractive display cases, trophy cases. and bulletin boards in A. H. S. corridors caught the favorable attention of students and visitors. Miss Plittis Art Display Club, as usual. was on the job. Probably, in no other Pennsylvania school are display cases changed so often or arranged so beautifully as are ours. With ugood tastei' as their guide the dozen members remind the students, by ap- propriate displays, of holidays, changes of season, school activities, and civic responsi- bilities. 'Hel' is 5.f3T??lTf't .se M.. Booster Club ' , Front Row-H. Noonan, A. Mock K. Points, W. Simpson, E. Skip- per. St-cond Row-C. Bonerigo, P. Dill ing, L. Dietrich, K. Haines, G Sommer, P. Shaffer, A. Dc-Re migio, D. Buckreis, J. Glassco P. Wilson, J. Kinzer, C, W'altz R. Koush. Third Row---D. George, P. Brought N. Cogan, B. Steel, M. Beht-rs D. Gilliland, D. Hancock, J Kemp, Vllissingrer, B. Brazzle P. Kline, C. Holden, D. Miller, J. Emi-rick, M. Mill--r, C. De Priest. Fourth Row-Miss Lauvor, B. Cald well, V. Gable, I. Cummings. S Lane, J. Schultz, P. Smeal, N. Monarch, J. Feldman, B. Heller A. Hito, M. Pudvrbaugh, N Haines, S. Shaffer. Fifth Rowe-D. Capone, F. Carrado J. Solomon, T. Carroll, J. Rice J. Miller. J. Barefoot, H. Bel-r man. Sixth Row--D. Snyder, R. Alianello L. Smeiser, R. Tobias, P. Dro- sakis. R. Hoover, V. Robinson. Booster Club Remember the pep meetings . . . the parades to the football games . . . the ear-splitting cheering . . . the singing of the Alma lVlater at the end of thc game? All this excitement was pro- duced because of the effort of the liooster Club. By encouraging thi- student body to support school activities -such as the English department play. school dances, basketball games, and the sale of Bonds and Stamps-the club lived up to its name, Booster. l A Front Row--A. Roberts, L. Burk- Second Row-J. Chathams. S. T F F Second Row-R. Ramsey, A. Third Row--C. Smith, l-t. Wat- Bowling Club hart, P. Arthur, G. Evans, J. Fraker, J. Waltz, C. Rooney, J. Curry, R. Bigelow, G. Alli- son, L. Callisto, M. Dell, J. Lysinger. Herzog, F. Sharer, M. Bair, M. Cheers, D. Fonner, R. Hoover, B. Youtzy, L. Ash- burn, J. Burket, L. Hall, M. Thompson. hird Row-S. Lloyd, R. Mazur, E. Merin, A, McIntyre, I. Green, G. Bulick, J. Fluke, V. Finney, I. Buschler, S. Vvhite. N. Panos. ourth Row-H. Ferris, T, Irvin, J. Chilcote, A. Arseniu, B. Whitfield, B. Brown, L. Lilly, Miss Eyre. Bowling Club Enthusiasm and interest are high when the girls of Miss Eyrels Bowling Club meet every other Thursday in a local bowling alley. lt is the aim of each member to de- velop bowling skills while keeping in step with the physical-fitness program. Play is not the only thing these girls have in mindg they are training for healthy minds and strong bodies while they are having fun. 14. all. S. li - - Cafeteria Patrol 'Something new has been addedln The cafeteria patrol, sponsored by Mr. Foster and Mr. Marshall, was formed with three main objectives in mind. To keep order in the somewhat straggling lines is the firslg to prevent irregularities such as breaking into the lunch lines is the secondg to give aid in cafeteria accidents is the third objective. Although exaggerated a little, MC. A. Pf' means Cafeteria Always in Perfect Order. Cafeteria Patrol rout Row - Mr. Marshall, E. Dunn, H. Perove, M. Robison, Mr. Foster. Zakrzewski, A. Blair, L. Mc- Ginnis, G. Gottshall. kins. i, vs Chess Club uYour play. Check! So one more game, out of the many played by the mem- bers of the Chess club sponsored by Mr. Sheetz, continues. During the first semes- ter, the proper methods of play were taught by those already skilled in the art of chess. Believing that upractice-makes perfectf' all members played at every op- portunity. To determine the champion, a tournament for the club members was held during the second semester. Chess Club Seated-J. Laird, N. Lane. S1-cond RowfJ. Hammaker, J. Solomon, H. Weinberger, D. Young. A. Woleslagle, R. Keys. J. Morgan. C. Wieladt, J. Yingling. Third RowAD. Whitehead, C. Grover. J. Irvine. C. Crouser, M. Singerman, D. Hauk, C. Kuritzky, J. Grant. M. Brett. J. Strawn, H. Miller. L. Strohm, Mr. Sheetz. Distributive Trades nBetter Merchants for the Altoona of Tomorrow is the aim of the Distributive Trades group under the direction of Mr. Lynch. The group meets each morning from 8:15 to ll:l5 in room 224. Then they spend the rest of the day in local firms, pursuing their desired vocations in grocery and department stores and other similar businesses. The lifteen senior boys and girls are not only gaining valuable ex- perience, but are also helping in the man- power shortage. Distributive Trades Front Row-H. Grimooris. V berlain, V. Long, M. Polazzi. tice, B. Fluke, F. Hoffman, M Dambeck, Mr. Lynch. Third Row-K. Bayle, C. Yon. Fourth Row--D. Getz, T. Gates, Powley, J. Biddle. L. Cham- Sccond RowsF. Crozier, M. Dor- Qaeda - Distributive Trades Front Row-A. David, V. Davis, J. Parks, E. Paolucci, E. Jacobs, J. Gates. Second Row-H. Markle, V. La- mont, P. Boggs, S. Smith, B. McGuire, T. DeNicola, L. Maillard. Third Row-M. Roberts, Mr. Norton, C. Jacobs. Distributive Trades Experience is the hardest and most thorough teacherw is the challenge for the senior students enrolled in the Distributive Trades group under the leadership of Mr. Norton. The students attend class in the morning to complete their required sub- jectsg then they go to work in the after- noons in local business firms. Not only are they gaining experience which will prove valuable in the future, but they are also fulfilling their patriotic duty. Five F Club The Five F's-fun, food, faith, forum, and fellowship-sponsored by Paul Mil- burn, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., seeks to bring more young people into Christian fellowship. The club members sent a list of daily Bible readings on V-mail station- ery to men in the United States service. They also learned the need for mission- aries and the required qualifications for that vocation, from returned missionaries who told their own stories. ln December, the group enjoyed a Christmas festivity. Five F Club Front Row-S. Sommer, J. Lit- tle, A. Fisher, B. Laing, J. , YVolf, A. Gfrerer, G. McGarvey, J. Straightiff, H. Croft, B. Pennington, L. Papas, J. Baughman. Second Row- M. Bonasso, M. Lykens, P. Iverson, N. Sybert, D. Crider, L. Lower, G. Wam- baugh, M. Wilt, D. Winters, R. Jones, V. Swartz. Third Row-J. Yohn, D. Miller, H. Becker, S. Miller, I. Roles, V. Lytle, J. Moore, A. Shar- rar, D. Stoll, H. Taubel. M. Wilson. Fourth Row-D. Milburn, M. Gunsalus, R. Pope, W. Breck- bill, W. Baughman, J. Piper, D. Meyer, D. Briggs, V. Breckbill. Flask and Beaker Club Svatvd-P. Clarke, M. Jonos, .l. Y Plllllllll1!l', D. Georgo, V Sotioml llow-R. Boylv, A. Brod- bvrk. B, VVintvr. S. Killingm-V. B. K+-rlin, H. Franks, A. Day, R. Mc'Ka1noy. S. Lowthor, D. Il1nppl'I'. Thirst Ilow--V-M. Stowztrt, G. Broli- Illilll, IC, Blovk. .l. Conrzul. I. VVinte-rinutt-, L. Koller. J. Mvtx- lwr. S. Catlin. M. Host-. G. llc-ndvrson, Mr, lloffinan. I ouxth Lou I.. Klllbkly R. Mc Intiro. .I. Kubic-a. ll. Mc1Cz1rtl1y, D. Fowler. D. Lynvh. A. Zitsrh. Raleaacfz A Flask and Beaker L'Curiosity helps to 4-duvate 11 porsonu may wc-ll he the motto of tho Flask and Hvaker Cluh. Under thr' leadership of Mr. Hoftinun. the group unulyzvcl various 'tah- rics. pZl1'tlt'LllilI'ly rayon. The niembers also PXllt'l'll1lPlll0fl with phosphm-no gas. 'tht' 'Lsnioke' ringw forming gas: thoy listcnvrl to lc-ctures. saw movivs. and puhlishm-ml Thu lfiltf-r Papvrf' Thx' yoaris l'PSf'ilI'l'll was L-ont-ludvd with an intl-rusting field trip. Grimm Club The Grimin77 Club was a new onr- this year. Why was it organized? Bvcause Ll group of sturlents wantvd to know more about ugoodn music. Mr. f:l'llllIY1lIlg?l' was the sponsor of the organization. lntervst t't lllPl'E'Cl uround storms-in oprru. of 4-ourse: famous marches also crnne' in for a shaft- of attention. Mf'lllbl'fS report that storirfs of great oporas were fascinating, and seloctions played on a vivtrola were mitortaining. fax s -N Grimm Club Front Row-M, Gwin, M. Rot wrig'lit. L. Lohr. .I. Evkvn roclv. S. Daniols, R. Kollvr, K llnilu-s. L. Tronnn. FZ. Iloopor Svvoml Row -- .I. Ilulow, N Srhott. S. Clzippor. D. Confor S. Lune, L. .Iz1Si1naS. J. Sholly Third How-AP. XVood. P. Sliaffvr G. Sonnnvr, P. Nvarhoof, I Cumniingrs, Fourth Row W- M. Jonos, D Lynvh. VV. Laughlin. R Iloovvr. amaze., Mmale Hi-Y Club The Hi-Y Club, an organization affili- ated with the Y. M. C. A., had a great variety of interests this year. The group met regularly in the c'Y'7 for a business session, usually followed by a brief address and a recreational program. when the boys Mtook overw the gymnasium, their principal interest was basketball. The inembers attended several conferences, pre- sented a pageant, and engaged in NVar Bond sales and scrap drives. Such par- ticipation helps to build morale. Hi-Y Club Front ltowfD. Grabill, R. Har ber, C. Obermyer, J. Edwards F. Antesbergcr, P. Cellini, .I Brown. K. Gracey, D. Clark R. Campbell. Second Row - K. Norris, T Gates. .l. Muri, P. McCormick N. Figurol, lt. Bctar, R, Calri well. R. Donaldson. L. John. Third Row-ll. Cunnnings, W Shelley, R. Czitherman. G Stevenson. B. Richards, F Shannon, J. Davis. Fourth Row-.l. McGirk, G. Hol land, R. Frontz. A. Morgan. Modern Science Club Trips to the P. H. H. test plant and the local silk mill were high spots in the pro- gram of the Modern Science Club, spon- sored by Mr. Yon. Early in the year, astronomy was stressed and members prof- ited froin and enjoyed star-gazing expedi- tionsg they located and discussed many constellations. Later, experiments received attention. The club program helped students prepare for scholarship examina- tions hiy enlarging scientific vocabularies and presenting scientific processes. g ,Q - Vw.. '1 Q - -7 ,wswQ.s.,. ' Modern Science Club eated-F. Balliette, L. Szivino. P. VVoorl. V. Gunsallns, eeonfi ltow---J. McNeal. F. Stern, Mr. Yon. bront Row-D. Miller, T. Harm-. Second Row-J. Bowser. S. My- 'Ihirfi Rowf.-X. Irvin, B. Baer, J. Ifourth Row f M. llainmel, J. udw Music Program Club Almost one hundred girls, who like io sing, were members of the Program Club, directed by Miss Alma Eberle. Sometimes they met for necessary rehearsalsg some- times, they arranged special programs for the entertainment of the groupg these in- cluded both vocal and instrumental music. These girls responded willingly to ai number of requests from city organizations for entertainment features-service with :i smile-and a song! lWIusic Program Club Front Row- Miss Eherle, S. Lanxzham, D. Martellacci, D. Adams, B. Chamberlain, R. Costlow, N, Musto, B. Mench, P. Potter, E. Quinn, M. Adams, J. Graffins, P. Conrad, N. Oliver, A. Shope. A. Mos- svr. M. Franks, P. Haines, M. Wood- cock, Second Row---J. Yunclt, J. Mort, M, De- Antonvis, S. Wilson, A. LeCompte, M. Hauser, M. Krider, J. Hazlctt, I. Santa Maria, D. Smith, D. Hancock, L. John- son, M, Laratonda, T. Kreutner, J. Schenck, P. Megahan, J. Wilson, S. Deeter, R. Jones, H. Lytle, D. Howells, B. Stover. Third Row-R. Tabue, J. Endress. B. Bailey, A. Siry, J. Caparuscio, C. Hiner, P. Croft, S. Mathiew, A. Vestri, B. Crayle, A. Hess, P. Amigh, C. Amerine, D. Green, R. Dctwiler, C. Ferdinand, T. Benson, E. Askey, G. Wambaugh, S. Myers, B. Richey. Fourth Row-G. Colyer, R. Caporuscio. J. Edmonston, A. Lindsey. J. Gority, J. Koontz, Y. Prestipino, T. Frivelas. L. Cuttrell. B. Zimmers, L. Beichler, J. Whitehead, B. Tipton, M. Fleck, M. l Shamas, J. Nearhoof, C. Smith, D. Smith, D. Deeter. I.. Callisto, B. Wil- liams, L. Long, G. Bulick. Fifth Row- J. Kemp C. Brown, H. Bickle. H. Delozicr, M. Ritchey, D. Keith, L. Nassif. G. Miller, N. Haines. H. Mavhue, P. Orner, M. Broclheck. H. Hemuhill, P. McCluskiv, S. Zimmers, D. King, D. Zinn, B. Shinpler. Sixth Row--J. Towrnk, E. Gardner. P. Irwin. O. Lanzham, E. Brown L. Ullein, B. Mills, B. McGee. J. McCracken. M. Bair, S. Valentine, B. Swartz. S. Crum- huker, B, Sessler. J. Hess, S, Grimm. M. Grnnnas, T. Hormonski. J. Clemens. Nature Observation Club The Nature Obi-rvation Club is especial- ly interested in thc conservation and pres- ervation of wild life. The members re- plenished the ufeedersw at Lake-mont Park. ii real need in a winter which was a record breaker for snow, ice, and Zero tempera- tures. They supplemented regular class- room lessons with hikes through sections favored by furred and feathered creatures. lvith scientific minds and keen eyes, these alert students profited greatly from such excursions. . I5 Fl 4 Nature Observation Club D. Schaeffer, D. Ronninger. S. Diehl. R. Riling. P. VVilkenS. I. Halow. ers, Miss Faust. Pitcher, R. Fleinicr, II. Bu- chanan, A. Johanson, R. Pio- trowski. Betting, T. Jorkasky. fzl gxpfwidian Photography Club Camera films were scarce this year, but the members of Mr. Yoder's Photography Club seemed to have an MA priorityfi The Eastman Kodak Company cooperated by supplying monthly films on new techniques in photography and methods of develop- ing. The amateur 'cshotsn made a pictorial history of student and faculty activities, and helped illustrate the Mountain. Echo and the Horseshoe. The main purpose of this club, though, is to have fun with a CHIl'16I'a. p- Q fl . ... Photography Club son, P. Bouey, M. Edwards. Second Row- F. Fasick. D Rhodes, Mr. Yoder, R. Pino J. Caber. Girl Reserves This year, the Girl Reserves, sponsored by Miss Woomer, had broad interests. An inner club council was formedg in this group representatives from all Girl Reserve clubs discussed current club' problems. A choir was also formed to encourage more interest in the programs. Aside from pro- moting civic activities, the girls aided in the war effort by making scrap books and knitting afghans for sick and wounded in the armed forces. Girl Reserves Front Row - J. Ferramini, A. Conrad, L. Leydig, M. Peter- son, B. Maguire. Second Row-M, Eby, A. Brad- ley. S. Ross, S. Amigh, V. Kyper, F. Tsamautales, J, VVitheroW. B. Brazzle. Third Row-M. Laws, M. Mc- Nally, B. Lees, H. Makdad, K. Grant, Miss Woomer. ,M Seated-L. Podgurski, M. Simp- ngghanfz Rifle Club Front Row-VV. Zimmerman, R. McMurray, D. Tate, VV. O'Ma1- ley. J. Baroody. E. Grove. Second Row-S. Saltznxan. M. McGill, C. Barnard. P. Hoen- stine, M. Masterson. J. Dob- son. D. Wray, E. Hershey, R. Hubbard, M. Grimshaw. Third Row-J. VValters. C. Lantz. W. Hallman. A. Dale, J. Smiley. A. Frezza, H. Lind. A. Zakrzewski. T. Piper. Fourth Row-R. Ames, H. Mil- ler, A, Jaggard. E. Jaromeiw- ski. R. Dunlap, J. Ryan, T. Shaffer. P. Woodring. Fifth Row-R. Sipes, H. Mc- Guire, H. Bayle, G. Love, D. Forbes. F. Fritz, Mr. Dietz:-. Riile Club The Rifle Club, sponsored by Mr. Waltei' Dietze, met every Thursday after school. The boys were instructed in correct handl- ing of rifles, aiming, and precision tiring. There were approximately thirty-six mem- bers, who shot in relays. Shooting was done from many positions and, whenever excellence was achieved, Hmarksmanshipv and 'asharpshootera' medals were awarded. The club often journeyed to rifle ranges around the city and members were allili- ated with the National Rifle Association. - Li 1-Bu Roller Skating Club The Holler Skating Club, sponsored by Mr. Morse, includes about one hundred fifty members, each one eager to improve his skill. The club Inet two evenings each month at the Jaffa Mosque rink. These brilliant skaters pooled their knowledge of the art, so everyone learned something new. Their performance at the Annual Show was beautiful and breath-taking. Who knows? Perhaps, some day, Weill see these ambitious classmates on the screen. ' ll Spanish Club Front Row-L. Lehr, J. Ecken- rode, R. Koller, Miss Fleck. Second Row 4 L. Detwiler, J. Halow, R. DeMatteis, A. Laich, L. Maierhofer. Squad Leaders Spanish Club Sponsored by Miss Fleck, the Spanish Club held its meetings every regular club day. Since the meeting was conducted in Spanish, only students who had at least one semester of this language were eligible for membership. Songs were sung, and articles from Spanish magazines were read and discussed. The purpose of the club was to create a greater interest in the Span- ish-spcaking countries and to develop fluency in the use of the language. Front Row-W. Schnavely. J Straw, S. Foust, J. Runyen D. Miller, B. Faith. M. Quin- tilli, J. Nardon, J. Cerro, K. Piper, D. VViggins, J. Lucas, D. Glass, M. Walters. Second Row-M. Gibson, R. Dively. J. Simelbauer, M Brett, J. Segmiller, F. Meek R. Miller, D. Peters, J. Bryant: K. Faith, R. Rhodes, C. Pic- cirili. VV. Hite, R, Knisley Mr, Morse. Third ROWWH. Ayers. C. Grant W. Kelley, R. Prosperi, W Mays, T. Gates, R. Mock, M Myers. M. Buttler, R. Zitsch T. Mathews, R. Middlesworth D. Getz, J. Abram. V. McCart- ney, F. Stern. E. Szymusiak. Fourth R0wiT. Irvin, J. Sea- soltz. G. Rightnour, R. White- head, D. Whitfield, H. Cum- mings, A. Guyer, R. Frontz R. Stover, S. Doney, R. Mays R. McCarthy. W. Adams, C Grover. Quan! !Vei9!1Aa44 Squad Leaders 'iAttentionl , . . Dress right! . . . Frontlw ,lunior and Senior boys with outstanding skill and interest in gymnastics serve as squad leaders under the direction of Paul Morse. First they work for proficiency in their own performanceg then they assist the instructors in the gym by giving exer- cises, directing marching formations, and demonstrating for classes. Through these activities, they develop leadership. Uncle Sain needs strong men . . . always . . . especially now, in the present emergency. Squad Leaders Front Row-A. Dihr-rt. N. Millvr T. Clarkv, D. Cessna. .I. Gln-nn B. Zakvm. C. Harhula, B. DC Francosco, C. Roonoy, B Clinger, J. Waltz. L. Makin D. Akers. M. Clouser. Svcond Row --- H. Stow-11s. D Fahr. J. VVoli'. B. R6-dline, M Ciampoli, E. Hubs-r, M. Cliifkf' D. Hopper, M. VVhitstino. M Rvinhart. E. Thomas. S. Glovor D. Shifflvr. Third Row - M. Sprock. J volln. M. DiPis'tro, M. Gohrdvs A. Pattvrson. L. Gochnour. D Aninwrman. P, Edwards. Fourth Row-I. Troutman. N VVom0r, P. Harslibargor. T solo, P. Roth. M, Bouf-y. B Thomas, R. Claycomb. Fifth Row-Miss McGinnis, M Dodson, S. Wolf. S. Miller, T Zakrzewski. N. Irvin. M. Bair Squad Leaders Many hands niakc- light work ol' :nul- tiplc tasks. This applif-s well to that Squad Lvadvrs undvr tht- supervision ol' Miss McGinnis. The girls assume much of tht- routine work in gym classvs. The-3' check attvndance and showrrsg they also help studvnts iron out rough spots in HOOI' work, Thesc Squad Leaders, vach ons- thr- hcad of a small group of girls, are indis- pvnsahle' to thc busy gym tcaulu-rs. Stagecraft Club Curtain going upli' If it worn not for the untiring 1-fforts and faithful sorvice of the Stagvcraft Club, undor the supervision of Mr. Dejaiife, the curtain might not go up and the stage- might hf- blvak and barv. Tho cluh is very active in all the major stage- productions ol' the svhool. and its ineinlmers aro bf-hind the Curtains at such porforinancvs as tht' Annual Show, paid usseinblivs. and comnienccincnt vxercisrs. Stagecraft Club Front IlowfL. Crsighton. .I. Zil- lingrr. E. Hogan. Mr. Dojaiffv. ll. Strunk. L. Svhondvr. F. Pfvffe-r. Sm-vonrl Row-FI. Martin. VV. Portvr. J. Laura. L. Mc-Ginnis. A. VVa5'. VV. Gvrharriingm-r. Third How-R. Black. J. Baro- foot, ll. Garnvr, R, VVolf0, ll. Caporuscio. Fourth Row-J. Hyls-. D. Nix- mlorf. Schultz. M. Franks. M. Mc- Graw. A. Brodbt-ck, F. Sor- MC7flllllftN'. S. Douty, .l. Elwr- Schnavely. E. Dun n, L. R. Tackvtt, J. Tylor, M. Wolf. Pm 'fb Sub-Deb Club Front Row-Miss Randolph, H. Quirin, B. Caputo, L. Sunder- land, C. Mainello, F. Servello H. VVilkins, Miss Bloomlield. Second Row-E. Kelley, E Leader, M. Benjamin, D. De- Antonis, D. Collins, A. Berger H. WVimmer, D. Schmittle, K Willis. Third Row-P. Bolger, N. Mathewson, A. Wilson, V Sullivan, M. Sicola, A. Green G. Folb, A. Danella. Fourth Row-G. Pendleton, D Bearer, R. Spitz, M. Bouey, L Vtfatson. Sub-Deb Club The National Sub'-Deb Club, which runs an article in each number of the Ladies Home Journal, sponsors a local club under the leadership of Miss Bloomfield. The members are especially interested in the development of their personalities, hence, the group is limited in number so that each girl may have individual attention. A style show and a lecture on the art of makeup and hair styling were but two of the spel cial programs. Traffic Patrol The 'llraiivic Patrol, sixty ol' them. were on the job, as usual, with Miss l.uver sponsoring the group. They can be dis- tinguished by their maroon arm bands bearing the white initials T. A. P. They are chosen, not lor their brawn but for their good scholastic and citizenship stand- ing. Recruits are suggested by the mem- bers, and approved by faculty representa- tives. Patrols, directed by a general cap- tain and floor captains, aid in maintaining Order in the halls. Traffic Patrol inger, E. Frisch. J. McNeal C. VVhipple. R. Gibboney, A Morgan, J. Davis, B, Shields N. Schott, M. Dobson. Second Row-K, Haines, P Shaffer, J. DeFiore. S. Sackett V. Gunsallus, D. Stoll. D George, M. Mauk, I. Segmiller P, Johnson, R. Koller, M. Gift Miss Lauver. fer, S. Adler, S. Clapper, M tenhouse, J. Good, E. Pascale P. Dilling, M. Gwin. Fourth Row-J. Plummer, R ler, T. Gates, V. Gable, J Metzler, C. Bruckner, L Maierhofer. Fifth Row-H. Cummings, R Whitehead. J. Stormer, R Dell, D. Nixdorf. SeatedfA. VVright, R. Flick- Third Row-W. Nickola, S. Shot- Botwright, S. Caputo. J. Rit- Dively, H. Caporuscio, J. Mil- Tumbling Club Front ltowfT. Clarke, N. Woiii er, P. Harshbarger, S. Miller, D. Williams, T. Zakrzewski, D Fahr. P. Edwards. R. Clay comb. Second Row- P. Dunlap. S Schroeder, J. Glenn, D. Geist, M. Hughes. N. Whitstine, G Dunlap. J. Dixon. Third Row - D. Cessna, M. Clouser, B. Magee. A. Mosser M, Meintel, D. Buckreis, R Ostranrier. M. Lombardo, J Garner. Fourth ROWAJ, Richards. Tumbling Club The Tuinthlers, under the sponsorship of Miss Richards, are a compound of coor- dination, balance, and precision. The thirty-one members were picked by tests from a large group of applicants, and they have really Mproduced the goodsf' This year, they stressed tumbling from heights. They must spend long hours in intensive practice to perfect the thrilling feats that bring gasps from a tense audi- ence. They may he the professionals of tomorrow! l. le 1 . S . Ushers Club Rain or shine, you will always find Mr. Fosteris Ushers Club performing their duties diligently at the football games. They ushered for programs presented hy the hand and the orchestra, and at the English Department play. They also worked efficiently at the annual show and commencement exercises. Because of their courteous and efficient service, words of approval came from parents and friends. This club is one that is indispensable to Altoona High. Ushers Club Front Row-VV. Mayernick yer, R. Miller. M. 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In E-'Q 'Of '14 I s ..,4' M, .X ,M , ' x .mn-g, wszggg A I Z 3 Z 3 Z 3 2 Z 2 X Th l1A1 y BM USIC Mr. Krivsky Baian an lfze fbawndeal The band and orchestra gave their usual top-notch per- formances again this year. The band, composed of one hundred seven members, did an excellent job in boosting the school morale at the football and basketball games. One of its best features of the season was the annual concert, which was presented in February. The soloists were highly complimented on their fine Work. HRUS- sian Sailors' Dancew and Ccwilliam Tell Overturew were rated among the favorite selections. A group of seventy-five talented musicians comprised the orchestra. Their spring concert, in which several excellent soloists were featured, was one of the big events of the school year. Besides playing for the assemblies, these musicians showed ability in creating the atmosphere for various dramatic presentations. OUR BAND Frank Krivsky, Director R. Ake, K. Ambrose, W. Anderson, E. Apple. C. Auker, D. Beichler, J. Bennett, D Bistline, G. Bittner, G. Bittner, T. Blackburn, E. Block, F. Botwright, J. Bowden D. Bowser, J. Bratton, A. Brown, C. Bruckner, R. Brumbaugh, H. Buchanan, R. Cas siciy, W. Castecl. J. Charnevalv. D. Clapper. R. Callanbine, B. Coulter, B. Coulter N. Cover, P. Crum, R. Curry, V. Cursio, J. Davis. J. Dell, L. Dell, G. Nickol, W. Dun mire, W. Dunn, J. Eardley, K. Esttsp, M. Finder, H. Fleck, F. Fritz, J. Gallace F. Gamber, A. Guyer. N. Hainley, VV. Hayes, F. Heirnel, D. Heller, R. Helms, J. Holt- zinger, E. Houck, G. Isenberg, T. Karakantos, D. Keller, G. Kessler, D. Kreutzberger R. Laher, VV. Laughlin, D. Lenz, A. Lippert, R. Lotz, M. Lurie, R. McCool, J. McNeal W. McNeal, C. Mignogna, G. Miller, R. Miller, L. Moffit, R. Moore, A. Morgan, C. Mor- rison, A. Murray, A. Nader, G. Nickol, P. Norris, J. Orr, R. Peck, R. Puderbaugh VV. Ray, G. Rhodes. D. Roberts. VV. Robuck, J. Santella, R. Scheeler, D. Shellenber- ger, A. Shelley, M. Singerman, J. Smiley, J. Smith, J. Straw, R. Strawmire, V. Stro- baugh, R. Swab, T. Vtfagner. A. VValters. L. Weight, R. Wenrick, C. Whipple T. Whited, J. Wogan, J. Wood, K. Yon. Page One Hundred Four L xv W5 Attention! Sax Duo OUR OIICHESTRA Frank Krixsky, Diwctol' J. Bailey. J. Hzxuprhriiuii, J. Bw.1g,flm1an. VV. Baufzhman, D. Bigf-low, D. Bist- line, E. Block, D. Buwsvr, A. Bmxxn, J. Butler, J. Casuer, R. Cassidy. J. Clarks'-. M. Clarke. IX. Croft. I. Cllllllllillgg, V. Davis, J. Eztrcllvy, M. Fvzlth- vr, II. Gall, IC. Gilylllilll, M. Giemwge. H. GUIPIIIJIQII. VV. Iiaym-S, J. Ilvath, B. Hs-Her, D. llP1ll'l', IL. Hvlrilrf-, J. lIO1fZilljI1'l'. E. Houck, M. .Imws A, Klvff- W maui. R. Knipplo, Ii. Kuush. S. Lmw. XV. Lztughlin. H. L9Cl'IJll1'. A. Lippert, H. Lutz, D. Lynch. P. MuC1uskiv, H. McCwo1, .l. 1VIast1'0pi1-t1'o, M. Mattvrn, .I. Mvyer. G. Millvr. J. Millvr. A, Pzirsrms. D. P4'll11illg't1Yl1. D. Pino, B. Primm W. Hay, C. 1191-il'llbt'l'f.f4l!', J. I-lim-. J. Ritteulmusv, M, Ruse. R. Sclin-4-1m'. S. SCh0iIllJ9I'g. P. Shaffer. S. S1101'Ill3kl'I', J. Shutv. H. Taubsfl. M, Tipton. J. Wagner. T. WVk1P,'Xlf'l', C. VVQ-ririch, R, VV+'llT'if'l1 C. VVillis, J. VVoori. Page One Humirmi Five First Ilow-ID. Clapper. B. Price. C. Clugfli. D. DeAntonis, R. Moore, J. Kensinger, R. Sevalle. haugh, L. Lower, D, Long, I. Roles, J. Streightiff, V. Gable, M. Puderbaugh, S. Shaffer, J. J. VValtz. C. J. Brum- Tate. Seeoml RowiL. Carstetter. P. Fay, M. Franco. M. Moyer, B. Kuhn, J. Crawford, J. Richards. M. Goodfellow, G, Me- Garvey, A. Neal. P. Johnson, R, Koller, M. Gift, G. Sommer, L. Hart, D. Snyder. Thirri Row-Mr. Lindaman. R. Snitz. I I if N. Grove, T. Shinafelt, J. Curry, P. Kline. M. Nixon. J. Glasseo. C. Holden, Fl. Hooper, P. J. A ipler, A. McIntyre, M. Botwri lit. A. Cherry, B. Ritchey, I. Luekner, Nearhoof, L. Tromm. J, Moore. B. Larch. P. Brought. J. Sholly. Fourtli J. D. Close. H. Hart. Fifth How-WV. Hepner, R. Catherman, P. Steer, .I, MelNIahon. A, VVright. J. Curro. Sixth Row-D. XVl1itfleld, J. Fiester. ll. Tobias, N. Lane. B. Piper, M. J. Overcash. Mr. Lindaman Row-D. Briggs, J. Henderson, Yon. L. Detwiler, R. Kirschner L. Lehr. M, Summers, McDowell, li. Shields. M. Ulsh, S. Clapper. S. Brooks, B. Iverson, M. Rainey, D. George, A. Brodheek, B. Brazzle, .I, Hammaker, D. M. Caldwell, T. Zakerizki, P. Evans. D. Milburn, M. Nezirhoot, J. Schultz, O. Burger, B. Stander, E. Hershey, R. Smouse, J. Piper, R. Pope, L. Detwiler, G. Fries, D. Miller. H. Dunkle, D. Stewart. R. Hoover, D. VVilt. R. Dell, Schuster, B. Akins, F. Moore, P. Haik, D. Prosser, VV. Nite, WV. Breekbill, Every morning. the A Cappella Choir, directed by uljopw Linclaman, met in the auditorium for its daily rehearsal. The members eertainly were in the limelight this year. They sang at a reception held in honor of a senator from Nebraska. They put on a successful program for the Bell Telephone state convention. 'llwenty of the members competed in the state music convention at lVlount Union, with great credit to A. H. S. ln the Annual Show, which was centered around an old- lashioned '4Showhoat, the choir rendered many familiar songs which were enthusiastically received by the audience. The colorful costumes and beautiful music of the choir added gaiety to the trip down the lVlississippi.'7 As for school assemblies, the A Cappella was the liasis of many a prograinffthe Talent Show, the Girls 'League Christmas program. the American Education Week assembly, the Christmas pageant, and many others. 'llhese vocalists also entertained at community fune- lions. The commencement and baccalaureate services would never he complete without the renditions of the A Cappella. and their im- pressive numbers for the Class of 545 will always he pleasant memories. Page One Hundred Six nszma,-,ff Girls may talk too much, but have you ever heard them accused of singing loo much, especially if the young ladies in question were members of the Girls Chorus? Under the direction of Miss Alma Eherle. these lussies rehearsed for their various programs in 317, a veritable lVlusir Landii of A. H. S. The members of the chorus, who were selected from Miss lfherleis musicf classes, sang in the choral 1-oncert held in the Roosevelt auditorium, and they gave- selections at the Jaffa Mosque for the members of the Eastern Stair. As in other years, various groups were selected from tho 1-horus to entertain at social and civic functions through- out the City. After listening to the beautiful music of the Christ- mas Pageant, who could douht that the hest means tht- Amerioan girl has of expressing herself lies in n1usiC'?7' Miss Eberle Front Row---S. Langliani, G. Calyer, J. Endress, M. DoAntonis, B, Chanlhorlain, R. Costlow, B, Menvh. P, Pot ter, E. Quinn, M. Adams, J. Graffius. P. Conrail, C. lliner. A. Sliope. M. Franks, P. Haines. Second Row-J. Yundl, S. VVilson, A. LeCompte, M. Houser, M, Kriiier, J. Iluzlett, I. Santa Maria, D. Smith D. Hancock, L. Johnson, 'I'. Kreutnor, I, Sczhenck, P. Megatlxan, J. Wilson, S. Dm-itvr, ll. Jones, H, Lytle, D Howells. Third Row4D. Smith, P, Irvin, J. Edmondson, D. Keith. Y. Prestipino, S. Mztthiew, A. Vestri, B. Croyle, A Hess. P. Amipll, D. Green, R. Detwilor, C. Amerine, D. Deeter, S. Myers, L, Longs. G. Bulick, M. Woocivovk Fourth Row -D. Smith, G. Brown, J. Koontz, A. Lindsey, B. Mills, L. Cuttrn-li. L, Boir-hier, .I. xVllltPll4'Z1Ll B. Tipton. II. Mayline, M. Shanias, C. Ferdinand. L. Benson, B. NVilliums, B. Stover. Fifth How--N. Mathewson, J, Mort, H. Delozier, H. Bickle, L. Nassif. N. Haines. G. Miller, H. Mayuo, P, Orner M. Bioflbevk. S. Crumbaker, B. Swartz. C. Smith, S, Zimmers, D. King, D. Zinn. Sixth Row--J. Kemp, lt. Counsinan. M. Ritchey, J. Lawruk, J. Swanger, E. Brown. L. Ullf-in, Miss l+Iherl1-, M Bair. S. Valentine, B. Swartz, FI. Sessler. .l. Hess, S. Grimm, M. Grannzts, J. Clemons. Page One Hundred Seven vn- Double Sextet Small, hut powerful. Yes--thatis what they were! Only twelve of them. hut could they sing! This double sextet of girls has been together for four years, having been organized in Keith. The group sang on many occasions, such as the Bell Telephone convention, a Rotary meeting, the Gold Star Mothers, convention-plus the Annual Show. They also gave zest to many an assembly program. Yes, these girls and their melodious tones will linger in our memories. Double Sextet f-43 Front Row - B. Ritchey, . Nixon, C. Clugh, A. Neal, . Waltz, R. Koller. Second Row - E. Hooper, Brumbaugh, M. Rainey, . Zakrzewski, J. Sholley. Third Row-M. Caldwell, Mr. Lindaman, M. Summers. P30 Senior Octet Ol course, youlve heard of them! They did a great piece of work this year. They were divided into smaller groups on many occasions -hut, united or divided, they were favorites in A. H. S. They often entertained at the Penn- Alto for social functions. They also sang in the Annual Show. Several assembly groups were entertained by their colorful songs. Music is important to everyhody's morale, nowadays, and these hoys certainly did their part in building ours. Senior Octet Front Rowe M. Schuster, D. Close, J. Overcash, Mr. Linda- man, J. Cerro. D. Prosser, W. Breckbill. Second Row-R. Tobias. D. Clap- per, N. Lane. Page One llundred Eight Brass Choir First Row-L. Wtlight, D. Rob- erts. VV. Hayes, J. Eardley, A. Waltei's, R. Brumbaugh. R. Collanbine. J. Straw, G. Isen- berg. Second Row-VV. Dumnire, M. Singerman, E. Apple. P. Crumb. C. Whipple, W. Laugh- lin. D. Kreutzberger. VV. Dunn, T. Wagner. Third RoWfK. Yon. A. Murray. G. Bitner, .I. Orr, B. McNeal. C. Morrison, J. Smiley, J. Bon- nett, J. McNeal, D. Strobaugh, B, Coulter. Fourth Row - A. Shelly, E. Houck. T. Whited. J. Holtzing- er, R, Helms. A. Guyer, R. Moore. D. Lenz, F. Gambcr, R. MeCool. A 4. Ah Q.. i A Wits - ll Brass Choir Baritones. trombones. trumpets, and cor- ncts were predominating instruments played by the thirty-eight members of the Brass Choir, under the able leadership of Frank Krivsky. The choir was a great success, both in school and in the community. They took part in the Christmas party al the Jaffa Mosque. and in programs for the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubsg they also entertained at banquets and other social events throughout the year. Their repertoire included appropriate music for any occasion. A. H. S. students can be proud to have an organization such as this to uphold the musical standards of the school. Dance Band The Dance Band. under the direction -ol' Don Shellenberger. was able to hold anyones attention whether he liked slow, dreamy waltzes or peppy, fast numbers. The band specialized in a variety that kept everyone supplied with favorite tunes. This musical organization featured in many school assemblies and class meetings. The group also shared their talents at school and class dances and appeared in the Annual Show. These uhep-catsi' made many civic organization meetings and social functions livelier. Everyone praised them highly for their harmony. The jitterbugs of A. H. can well recall the entertainment provided by the band. Dance Band Front RowsA. Morgan, R. Pu derbaugh, D. Bistline. D She-llenberger, C. Wenrich. R Helms. Second Row-E. Houck, J. Smeal J. Eardley. C. VVl1ipplo. VV Laughlin, T. Wagner. Accornpanist-C. Nagle. Ji: Miss -Will the Family Approve? D RAMATICS Actions may speak louder than words, but when the two are put together in one of those plays under the direction of Miss Fannie Magee-well . . . Take, for instance, the English Department Play, ulunior Missf' The whole school was excited about it for weeks in advancefso much so, in fact, that there just werenit enough tickets to go around. The lucky ones who did get to see the play were positive that the Broadway production couldnit have been one bit better, either in the stage setting or in the acting. Then there were the fascinating plays presented at assemblies throughout the year. What would school have been like without them? Some of the students recognized MFireman, Save My Childw as a repeat per- formance from Roosevelt Junior High, with all but one of the players from the original cast. Wllhird Platefl uMarch Hcirfi and The Robbery also contributed to an interest which made the entire school look forward to the Wcrdnesday assemblies-especially if a play was to be the feature. The beautiful Christmas pageant, MThe Adorationfi was presented through the combined efforts of the Music and Dramatics Departments. Both groups did their part to make this play a truly impressive one. Yes, our Dramatics Department, to which we are all grateful for giving us such line entertainment throughout the year, will certainly have its place in our thoughts when we are reminiscent of Hthe fun we hadii during the l944-45 term in A. H. S. Page One Hundred Ten Miss Magee P16174 N.. Qalaae Is There a Doctor in the House? Pop's Showboatn MShip, Ahoylw The A, ll. S. annual show, undcr the dircction of L'Pop,' Lindaman, certainly sailed right up to its place as onc of thv biggcst cvcnis in the school U?I'IIl. This year the lhonu' of the show ccntcrcd around ono of those gay slmowlmouls that used to sail down thc Mississippi Hin-r in tho Niuetics. and the scenes look pluco aboard the iililllillillil Loufi The opening numbcr featurcd four girls dancing u hallct and singing MSl1owboat.w This was followcd by a barber shop sconc during which ll customer was gclting shaved to the harmonious singing of throne barlwr shop quartets--one composed of cops, anolhcr of sports, and slill auothor of farmers. Since no showboal could have hcfcn complclo without a ball- room sccnc, this was ai colorful part of the pcrforinaiicv. Whcn thc show closed. the' boat had arrivcd at New Orlcans, just when thc '4Murdi Crush was in full swing. All i11 all. weiro surc that 'lpopi' and the olhcrs who worlicd so llilfll to make this show a success could well bo proud of thc results of ilu-in 4-fforls. Pager Oni- Huiidrf-d Eleven bt gn is 7 THIS IS A LETTER Nina! Me Spnfzii We fjfwfecf VW- MAIL or . . .TRACK My aj, WW , M WWW Qfgm Front Row-D. Whitfield, J. Seasoltz, T. Second Row--VV. Kelley, E. Foglernan, B. Third Row-V. McCartney, J. Whitfield, Fourth Row-C. Forsht, V. Ploughman, Fifth Row-Coach Bashore. D. Vogel, J. Sixth Row-Custodian Engleman, Scout Coach Bashore Tanzi, W. Speacht, D. Baker, T. Strickland Earon, VV. Hepner. H. Mountain K. Gracey R. Kochendorfer, O. Ostrander, ,R. Larnickl P. Kruis, F. Young, R. Lucas, G. Wolf, Mathewson, R. Singer, J. Black, J. Lykens, McDermitt, Coach Dinges, Coach Morse. Opponents Boswell .......... Westinghouse New Castle Latrobe ........ Greensburg .... Windber ...... Donora ...... Lewistown ..... Williamsport .... Braddock ....... Totals ...... y W. Sorge, C. Dillen, C. Hill. W. Weigand, P. Weaver, W. Galbraith. W. Durkin. T. Irvin, R. Prosperi, J. YVood F. Guido, W. Marks, J. White. J. Andros, Mr. Bartholomew. Altoona . 0 58 . 0 7 . 7 13 . 0 20 . 0 0 . 0 34 20 0 6 33 26 0 19 7 78 172 Managers Engleman Bathurst Rider Vogel S. E. R. D. BALL aiu ,. ' Obi ' a 11 .Wim D90 -a -.AV 'nu I nw pr Lower Row-P. Kruis, H. Mountain, T. Strickland, W. Durkin, T. Tanzi, F. Young. Center Row-B. Enron, R. Prosperi, D. Baker. Top How-J. Mathewson, F. Guido, W. Weigand, J. Black, W. Marks, VV. Hepner. Horn-'s all lln- yvafg sporls. Bill. l haw thvni all in tlwir place, so rl-ad llwni and ln- proud you went to A. H. S. As l told you ln-fore, ilu- urnield l'on'z-s took quiiv ax fvw atlilc-lm-s from our lists. sonwlliing that put u bit ol' ai crimp in footlmll. YlillPl'l'- fort- you may noticsv u lbw non nann-f. SUPIIUIIIUFQS who ga1'r1l-:Ml gi varsity lierlli their lirsl year. 'lliwsv follows did ull riglil. tliougli. so gan' upon tln- svuson in rc-suiinh: 305117011 XVIA lnul an vusy time ol' it in our lirsl ganna Page Ono llundrecl Se lrouncing lln' Cll1IllllllllVP Boswvll bvars. 58-U. ll heard ai rumor lalvr that llllxy crliangefcl Bos- wl-ll's Illf'lillLl1l1C from bears lo uulJs.l l'Bay7' guvv cwryom- on lln' bencli u workout that sunny din. llle nunilwi' one leani looking very good. tln- svvond squad doing uliout us mill. and eve-n ilu- suicido squad gaining some yurflagv. Howev:-r. wc wen' just propping for Wlesliiiglioiisv. Wasfilzglzousa The Wm-Qlinghousv electrics were ai very diflorenl lmull clulw from the lvann we played -vi-iiteen '7he Whfzufle Elem '13, l 5 . . J .7 J Seasoltz C. Hill C. Dillen W. Kelley W. Sorge J Wood W. Speacht J. White R. Lucas D. Whitfield the previous week. They were hig, rugged, and good, VVe played fifty scoreless minutes, and it looked like the second scoreless tie in two years with Westinghciuse. Finally we got the ball on our own thirty-yard line. Hepner threw two passes, Mathewson tossed two more, and Young ploughed through for a touchdown. Kruis hit center on the extra point, and the game ended almost immedi- ately, 7-0. New Castle Altoona, for the first time in twenty-eight seasons of football, played a night game, touring to New Castle: At the start, the red hurricane fumbled deep in thefr own terri- tory, and after Baker recovered, fullback 'llanzi touched paydirt on his third attempt. Still in the first quarter, New Castle hurled an eighteen-yard touchdown pass, place kicked the extra point, and led 7-6 'till the fourth period. After stellar play all evening, Muthewson returned a punt to lhe enemy Page Ono Hundred eleven, and laid a scoring pass in Kruis's waiting arms for the win. Final l3-7. Latrobe Playing a very listless brand of hall, Al- toona squeezed out a 20-0 triumph over a visiting Latrobe squad. The Wildcats were strictly for defense, not trying very hard when they did get the ball in their possession. Altoona still couldnit score till Young camo in off the bench in the third period and sparked two touchdown drives, after which the subs ran one over on a forty-five yard sprint, Kellley taking a blocked kick and going all the way. Greensburg Playing in an absolute sea of mud and water, our bac ks just Couldnil hold on to the pigskin long enough to cross the goal. fumbling several times within touching dis- tance of victory. The Lions proved 'them- selves the better team, but couldn't force Eighteen '7fze Q Eegiwi across the Hnal stripe. G-burg hardly crossed the midfield stripe, but the first blemish ap- peared on our record, 0-0. W ina' ber For the first time since 1929, the Coal- towners bowed to Altoona, and our boys did a good job while they were at it. A 311--0 conquest tasted sweet to Bashore, as humbling Windber had been a pet ambition of his for a long time. An added incentive to the team were the ice cream cones each player re- ceived from the Mountain Echo sports editor as a promised reward for the victory. Uonora Altoona played its heart out against the Donora dragons, but was up against a team that simply outclassecl it. The dragons were really good, with Roscoe Ross, big colored halfback, running rings around the Lion de- fense, going for two fifty-yard jaunts, each for six points. This tussle was fought on a field muddier than the one in Greensburg. Regardless, the 20-0 loss was no great dis- grace, since Donora finished the season as WPIAL champions. Lewistown Too many players starred in the 33-6 romp over the visiting Panthers to mention any particular one. '4Bay really had the boys Hon for this game, Lewistown catching Al- toona on a terrific rebound from Donora. Williamsport The Altoona Lions were sorely trod upon by the Williamsport Millionaires, 26-0. The Front Row-W. Durkin. W. Wei- gand, T. Strickland, D. Baker, B. Earon, F. Guido, T. Tanzi. Second Row-P. Kruis, F. Young, J. Mathewson, B. Hepner. R. at tr. - if ix .t it it Front Row-W. Kelley, C. Hill, W. Sorge, D. Whitfield, J. White, H. Mountain, W. Marks. Second Row-G. Wolfe, R. Pros- peri. R. Lucas, W. Speacht. In the Clear Off for a Gain Each! 7 forward pass which won so many games for A. H. S. lost this one, as the Millionaires intercepted six Lion pitches, setting up all their scores. A hotly contested battle, but lost to a stronger foe. Braddock The red-suited Tigers of Braddock ended the Mansion Park football season, doing most of the Thanksgiving feasting themselves, as the maroon-and-gold-clad locals dropped an- other battle, 19-7. It was just too much of a Wolfe Watches the Birdie '7wkZe lad by the name of Zajdel, who continually sifted through the entire Lion squad, and kept Altoona in the hole all afternoon with his running, punting, and passing. Well, Bill, that's how the varsity football season went. We got a few extra bumps this year, which doesn't happen around here so often. However, you can only do your best, so laurels to all the boys and to the coaches, too, for a real try, and for a season that is still enviable. The final record shows six wins, three losses, and one tie, Bucking the Line Perfect Interference On the Loose Tough Luck Stopped Cold 2, f' N.. ' 7.33, ig-lg 1 5, , E M - ,ik I is-wg. ::3?j.,,gf-,ft-.H V ,-e .. .muy A, JH .- , Q-R .af - -' pr' fm?-5 F-I?e, hi ' ' K' if xl if-.QV 'J 2 mi 'M 1 as as 5' Egfgl, i 'ff - r 396, i , id and ,ix Q ' Q'-'ir , -J, 2 if 5 ' . fa if -,R 4' 'vs S 'MP S - , L '15-Sift? 'Uhr-sf fin, -1. .aa 52? 1 , -wg-win, mfg, W 14-flaw? fbupafe ' Front Row-Coach Bashore, Coach Morse. Second Row-Scout McDermitt, Coach Dinges Trainer Bartholomew. A Fake That Worked Forced to Boot Kruis 'Round End Our Respects No Gain Closing In Final Instructions Anxious Moments .-A,w1,vi1n?wf ' x d- In Q3 it 1' F f ji ,Et tori? l l Front Row-V. lN'Tcloo. VV. Stifflcr, R. Harbor, T. Maniglia, P. Kcllcy, E. llaniilton, J. Breslin. J. Funk. A. Crozicr. G. Bollinger. J. Bryn ET. Sccond How-R. Dunklo. K. Frontz. R. Fig'urel. R. Dell. P. Ickcs, M. Turcovski. E. Hctrick. F. Mock. R. Smouso, A. Slfiigflltlllit, XV. Beauchamp. R. Kolbe-nsclilag. Third Row-.l. Mastropit-tro. G. Jarkowitz. J. VValters, F. Gracoy. J. Stuhlcr, B. Richards, F. Hauck, tt. Clappt-r, XV. Faith. C. Stulzinan, T, Mitchell. Fourth How-Mr. Adams. F. Spirvs, R. Laffcrty. R. Funk. L. Alwinc. S. Joncs, C. Kclly. R. Ap- ploby, E. Ligqgfctt, N. Figurcl, ll. Bakers. E. Bathurst. Wauzliq Pa Shaw P ' Coach Paul Adams turncd his charges loose against Mahaffey in the first gains' of the season for thc- Little Lions. Funk, Hamil- ton and Kelly all crossed the goal in a frcc- scoring contest as the Jay Vccs rollcd on to a 34,0 victory. The boys had a hrcezc in this contest, the hcnch lreing cnipticd in th? fourth quarter to gint cvcryom- a chant-c. ln the sccond gainc, Hcploglc High iourcd froni Xew Eiitcirprisc to engages thc Littlv Lions. Reploglc kickcd off and Altoona ztart- cd a march that went all the way in fivc plays. After Reploglc rcccivod thi- rt-turn kick ofll. they found thcnisclvcs in a hols- and puntod, to set up the fincst play of' tht- day. llainilton, little quarterback, streaked 60 yards cross- Held for the touchdown. ln the third period, a pass interception and a line buck accounted for two morc, and the gun went off with the score 27-0. Hastings providcd the toughest compctition as they had the homo boys 7-0 at the half. To start the third pcriod, tht- Litllc Lions took to the air, and passcd their way ovcr tht- goal. Breslin tied things up with a plunge for thc cxtra point, and tht- boys couldift hx' stoppcd as they added scvcn more points in thr- final quarter to win lily-7. The Junior Varsity lads outplungcd the in- vading Piiglcr Township boys in first downs Pago Ont- Hundred Twenty-two 7 x' ,, .A , R 8 t u bfi s H i . 1 at Backfleld-P. Kelley, E. Hamil- ton, J. Funk, J. Breslin, Line--W. Stiffler, V. Meleo, R. Harbor, T. Maniglia, J. Bry- ner, G. Bollinger, A. Crozier. by a wide margin, and scored often to defeat the visitors 33-0. Hamilton sprinted 'twenty- five and Breslin thirty-five yards for two first- period counters. From then on, it was a mat- ter of scoring at will, with many subs oper- ating the last half. With a promise of a possible varsity berth, the Little Lions poured all they had into the final tussle with Carrolltown. Funk, hard Coach Adams driving fullback, went for dashes of forty and seventy yards, respectively. Also, a Carrolltown punt was blocked, Hamilton taking it over for another touchdown. While compiling the 19-0 score, the lay Vees gath- ered thirteen first-downs, allowing only four to the opponent. This formed a fine finish for an excellent season, The Hnal record stood at five straight vic- tories, the Junior Varsity finishing an un- beaten year for the fifth time. Coach Paul Adams was assisted in his fine work by Charles HBud,' Forst, varsity end, who be- came ineligible for active service. SEASON'S RECORD Opponents Altoona Mahaffey ...... .... 0 34 Replogle ..... .... 0 27 Hastings ..,........ .... 7 14' Bigler Township .,.. 0 33 Carroiitown ....... .... I J 19 Totals .... 7 127 Page One Hundred Twvnty-three '7fze spazzdfhz 7 ia Bawelddl Coach Hoffman Seated I Mundy. K. Points. C. Kough. VV. Dux'- n XX bftacht, R. Prosptfri, J. Wood, J. Davis. an tum Ulrich, R. Kvarney, J. Hoover, Q If ntiid If P. XVOaver, R. Carles, J, Stoehr: K Noni Clash Hoffman, SEASON'S RECORD Opponents Altoona Ebensburg 39 ML Union ...... ....... 3 6 Alumni ......... 34 Huntingdon .... ....... 3 5 Yvillialnsport 46 Bedford ....... 33 Franklin ....... 24 Philipsburg . 39 Hollidaysburg 34 Mt. Union ...... ....... 4 15 Franklin ....... 30 Hollidaysburg 31 Bedford .................... 60 Philipsburg . 31 Wfilliznnsport 35 Ebensburg 40 Huntingdon .... ....... 3 5 Totals .... 627 Captain Speacht Basketball was affected much the same as foothall during the lil-fl-745 season. Both sports showed a lack of experienced talent. hut eaeh team tried its hest and succeeded as always in putting out records Worthy of mention. ln haskethall, new rnen kept breaking into the line-up. as you will see, Bill, so read this with that faet in mind. Now, hack to the season. The Lion eagers opened with a hang. roll- ing over Ehensburg-Camhria 39-l5. Larnick, sole letterman hold-over. led the scoring with ILL points. Repulsing the powerful thrusts of the Mt. Union visitors, Altoona eked out a 36-29 win, overeorning a 5-point deficit in the fourth period. Forwards, Prosperi and Larnick, split a total of 23 markers. A really all-star quintet of Alumni stole the show with a sl-5-344 triumph over their Alrna Mater. Teufel, Lego and Moore, of last year's Cage squad. were present, plus Bohhyf Seitz. who did not allow a Normandy invasion wound to keep him from racking Skull Practice up ll field goals and 2 foul shots. However. that was one loss we did not hegrudge. The llofifnian proleges suffered their sec- ond straight defeat at the hand of a smooth working Huntingdon team. We led at the half hy 8 points hut were just unable to hold on for two more quarters, howing 39-35. lVith Speaeht and Prosperi each ringing the hoop to the tune of 14- counters. we moved back into the victory column, rolling over Vlfillianisport 46-25. ,lust a slight re- payment for that setback in foothall, as several grid lads furnished much help. namely the two top-point men. Over-confidence was the villain in the next game, as a greatly underrated Bedford Bison rose to humble the touring Lion 34-33. Our boys were paced by Woods six huckets and a foul. Adding: insult to injury, Franklin Boro handed Altoona its fourth licking of the sea- son, allowing no opponent more than six points, while niassing 26 against our total 24. Once again lack of a third period drive was the chief factor in our downfall. Page One Hundred Twenty-tive Seann Slafzldaullfza 'U' Reversing the procedure, Larnick and Prosperi joined in heading a second-half rally that clicked for 30 of our 39 points. Thi- Lions simply ran amuck the last half, trounc- ing Philipshurg 39-26. ln a seesaw game, with a split second rc- maining, Bill Speacht pivoted and swished the net with the basket that pulled in a one- point win. A typical Hollidaysburg game, with a packed crowd watching a line scrap, the County Seaters putting up unexpected resistance. Final score, 34--33. Cooperating for the seasons top form, the Lions turned .back the lVlt. Union aggre- gation 45-33. The game was a fine example ff if till of what sharp passing and close teamwork can do. That third-quarter jinx bobbed its treacher- ous head again, as Franklin made it two in a row over Altoona. High man with 13 points was Speacht, but those were not enough to ward off the fast-moving Franklinites, who copped 33-30. Although it started in a lazy, sluggish fashion, the repeat performance with Hol- lidayshurg turned into a minor football clash, abounding in lots of rough play, many play- ers hitting the floor in the last period. Speacht topped all in the 31-24 conquest. Vlfe donit want to seem vindictive, but revenge is sweet. Our boys garnered a K. Points J. Gionfriddo V X K. Norris 3 . . x X ,gy 7' thrall WNQYXXK J. Hoover K P. VVeav0r fyq i, -rtyr , -,- A . it f 1 , . J. Stoehr R. Carles R. Kearney 1 if-:ze Q gf RM L Wil C. Kough Q R. Prosperi , -?:- '- i A ,..- ' ' H t ' - 4 X if' x AQ' f1--- Q l W. Durkin J. Davis .,,,KX 5 . K .X 3 ff J. Wood luscious victory, sprinting wild over ll hapless Bedford squad 60-37. It was a great night for the Hoffman lads, and it restored a good df-at of lost Confidence. Toiling their first overtime sinoe 1935, the Maroon and Vifhite clads fought a rousing 31-29 contest with Philipsburg on the short end. ln the overtinie, it was big ,lini Woodis two-pointer that iced this game. Hitting the road in a trip to XVillian1sport. the boys found a pepped-up bunch that proved it by keeping A. H. S. on the low end of the score all the tirne and finally emerged victor with a score of 50-35. Kough de- serves mention for his hard-earned 16 points. HA nice warnrupi' is a good description of the 40-3 romp over Eberlsburg-Ca1nb1'ia, as ff if lgun. t f rf? t fi t 3 r :-f, 1: A ii 7 subs entertained most of the time. The Lions turned in an ll-0 second quarter to clinch affairs for the evening. The Huntingdon Bearcats extended their win streak to 23 games before an overflowing crowd in the Roosevelt gym. Tlle game closed the seasoneas well as the careers of three seniors, Davis, Speacht, and Points, the latter celebrating his first full game with 12 markers. Final tahulation, 38-35. Thus ended the cage season, Altoona hnish- ing with a record of 10 wins, 7 losses. ln spite of the mediocre record, it was a success- ful season with everyone cheering the play- ers on and fine JK. H. S. spirit flourishing. A final hre-capii shows that sophomore forward. Prosperi, led the scorers with Speacht and Larnick close behind. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven fb the G' Path Front Row-H. Robinson. J. Mathewson, H. Rose, R. Mills, R. Hay, R. Stauffer, K. Koch, D. Mc Cullough. N. Norton, P. Kruis, R. Lucas. Second Row-VV. Galbraith, F. Young, A, Crozier, F. Guido, B. Earon, J. Kugler, J. Schaeffer P. XVeaver. K. Vveaver, J. Fluke. Third Row-R. Frontz, C. Wagner, R. Collins, G. Utts, R. Betar, R. Johnsonbaugh. K. Clapper S. Sax, W. Rhodes, G. Debo. Fourth Row-Coach Bartholomew, H. Noonan, R. Stover, E. Liggett, R. Funk, D. Mcirley, II. Bayle, J. Orr, Coach Adams, Coach Dinges. I couldnit talk about sports without including track and Held, which actually finished up as the most successful sport of the year. Pd like to include the performances of every boy in every meet, but this being impossible, I'll just hit the high spots. Look ,em over l l Before our regular season opened, Ken Koch traveled to Madison Square Carden to compete in the shot put, and placed second in the national high school event. Not bad tossing, to say the very least. uBart7' held two handicap meets to size up his squad for the year, and it shaped up pretty well. The first meet was the WPIAL relay Carnivals. At this affair, the team was minus Robinson, Lucas, Mathewson, and Captain Stauffer, who placed third in their heat of the mile relay in the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. The remainder of the fellows at Ambridge copped firsts in the distance medley, shot put, and discus, taking fourth place with a total of 1815 points. We had the entire team together for the first time in the Coaches' relays at Mansion Park. Altoona monopolized eight of twelve first places, to lead the field. Koch set a new shot put mark, 49' 7 , surpassing the previous by one foot, ten inches. The following week, the Lion Thinclads scored 71 to 55 against a combined Johnstown, Ebensburg array. Stauffer stood out, taking the century and the 220-yard dash in excellent time. Page One Hundred Twenty-eight Coach Bartholomew lt was just ahout this time that Herbie Robinson began to train for the hurdles. Coach Bartholomew worked him we-ll, for he won the 200-yard lows in the district meet. Incidentally, Altoona repeated as District champions for the Fifteenth successive time, annexing 921,fQ points, Huntingdon being the closest rival with 57. A lone record fell, Paul Kruis leaping l2' 6 in the pole vault to set a new Pennsylvania state record. ln an adver- tised feature event, Dick Staulfer noscd out Jimmy Baumgardner of Ehenshurg by sev- eral yards, tht- two being close rivals. With the usual fine showing, Altoona seized second place honors, following their peren- nial rival, Upper Darby, by a few points in the State Meet at Penn State. Notable per- formances were Robinsonis victory in the 200 low hurdles, Kruis's twelve-foot first in the pole vault, and seconds by Koch in the shot put, McCullough in the javelin. and Staulfer in the 440 sprint. Laurels to the Thinclads for their many hne showings, and to Coach Bartholomew for his efforts in turning out a team worthy to represent Altoona. Our Sprintcrs Over! nur-' K Breaking the Tape at F af eaueiecf Bill Hepner Bond Winner FOOTBALL Football Award William Hepner Varsity Eight-inch A Donald Baker, James Black, Charles Dillen, William Durkin, Blaine Earon, Francis Guido, William Hepner, Charles Hill, Paul Kruis, Walter Marks, John Mathewson, Raymond Prosperi, John Seasoltz, Wayne Sorge, William Speacht, Thomas Strickland, Thomas Tanzi, William Weigand, Donald Whitfield, Fred Young, Earl Hamilton, Don Vogel and George Matry, Managers. BASKETBALL Varsity Eight-inch A James Davis, William Durkin, John Gionfriddo, Calvin Kough, Raymond Prosperi, Kenneth Points, William Speacht, James Wood, Alden Ulrich, Manager. TRACK AND FIELD Varsity Eight-inch A Alton Crozier, John Fluke, Ray Frontz, Walter Galbraith, Robert Hay, William Hepner, Kenneth Koch, Paul Kruis, Don- ald McCullough, Raymond Mills, Negley Norton, Herbert Robin- son, Harvey Rose, John Schaeffer, Richard Stauffer, Gene Utts, Kenneth Weaver, Paul Weaver, Charles Wagner, Ralph Stover, Manager. CHEERLEADERS Eiht-inch A Kenneth Points Page One Hundred Thirty H1411 H l King of All . . . FOOTBALL Varsity Six-inch A Edgar Fogleman, Walter R. Galbraith, Kenneth Gracey, Thomas Irvin, William Kelley, Robert Kochendorfer, Raymond Lucas, Johnson Lykens, Virgil McCartney, Harold Mountain, Ormond Ostrander, Vincent Ploughman, Richard Singer, Paul D. Weaver, John White, Jack Whitfield, George Wolfe, James Wood. Junior Varsity Six-inch A Lorenz Alwine, William Beauchcamp, Richard Beers, Gerald Bollinger, Joseph Breslin, Jack Bryner, Alton Crozier, Robert Dell, Niek Figurel, Robert Figurel, Raymond Frontz, Robert Funk, James Funk, Regis Harber, Edwin Hetriek, Paul Ickes, Paul Kelley, Tony Maniglia, Foster Meek, Richard Meintel, Vincent Meleo, Tony Scaglione, Raymond Smouse, William Stiffler, James Stubler, Michael Turcovskig Ernest Bathurst, Manager. BASKETBALL Varsity Six-inch A Robert Carles, John Hoover, Robert Donaldson, Keely Norris, John Stoehr, Robert Kearney, Paul Weaver, Roger Mundy and John Nassiff, Assistant Managers. TRACK AND FIELD Varsity Six-inch A Robert Betar, Robert Johnsonbaugh, John Kugler, Raymond Lucas, John Mathew- son, Sheldon Sax, John White, Edward Liggett. CHEERLEADERS Six-inch A John Beach, Frank Corrado, Wayne Simpson. One More Lap Robby Wins Field Specialists Prize Winners C-3 'V in vi-'Li Q Ein ti :E ...f : ' i A J Q 9 9 .gf A I! ' l , Q 1 X z ' I , qs? V rf t W Q A an ,g n A E4 if , ,,. , ff? A -W -Q. tees. . ' Pe' UUIVK, ill? it z DLT U ff MR, 2 A-215 Robert H. Wolfe ,quam Jhgh sczmz vw and alex Recofuf Director Event Holder 100-Yard Dash .................. James Ward ........ . 220-Yard Dash .................. James Ward ........ . 440-Yard Dash ................. 880-Yard Dash .................. Mile ................................. 120-Yard High Hurdles .William Madden ..... . Calvin Ward ........ . f 42 inchesj ................... 120-Yard High Hurdles f 39 lnchesj ................... 220-Yard Low 200-Yard Low Hurdles .... Hurdles .... Meet District Six ........... District Six .... State Meet ............ State Meet ............ Year Record .1935 .......................... 9.8 1935 ......... 1939 .,...................... 50.1 1942 .E. Ammerman ..... . Brown University 1937 Donn Kinzle ........ . Pitt Freshman ............ 1936 ........ James Gehrdes .... . State Meet .................. 1943 ......... Donn Kinzle ........ . District Six ........... 1936 ......... James Gehrdes .... ....... S tate Meet .................. 1943 ......... min. 58.8 min. 28.9 .........15.2 .........14.8 .........23.8 ft. sy, ft. 2 194.0 ................ 21 ff. 9M 1938 .................. 53 ft. W Pole Vault ...............,......... Paul Kruis ....... . District Six ..... ........ 1 944 High Jump ........ ......... B yron Crozier. ....... District Six ................ 1939 Broad Jump .......... ......... J ack Hopper ....... ....... D istrict Six .......,........ Shot Put ............................. Steve Lach ............... . Alumni ................ Discus Q4 lb. 6 oz.J ........ Steve Lach ......................... State Meet ................. 1938 Discus K3 lb. 9 oz.J ....... Hammer Throw ................. Javelin ............. .Leonard Frescoln ....... Steve Lach ................... Dan Galbraith ............. Gilliland, 0'Shell, Mile Relay ......... ......... Shaner, Madden ...... 2-Mile Relay ...................... McDonald, Scott, Distance Medle 440 Relay ......... 880 Relay ....... Long, Ward ............. y Relay .... Swope, Mauro, V. Miller, E. Miller ...... Long, Finn, Hopper, Maillard ................. ...Long, McDonald, Ward, Shaner ...... . W.P.I.A.L. Relays ..... Alumni ................ District Six ........... 1939 1937 1938 lnvitation Meet .,....... 1939 Coaches Relays .... Coaches Relays .... Penn Relays ......... ..............138 ft. 515 ............148 ft. IOVZ ft. 15 ft. 11 min. 22.2 1940 ............ 8 min. 28.8 1940 .......... 13 min. 18.9 1941 ........................ 44.3 Coaches Relays ......... 1942 Page One Hundred Thirty-two 1 min. 33 .2 SCC SBC SCC SCC SCC SCC sec sec sec in in in in in in 1Il. 111. SCC SCC. SCC SCC. SBC Cheerleaders With plenty of pep, the cheerleaders really put 'czingw into the games. ln all kinds of weather, these live-Wire pepstcrs kept up the morale of fans and players and sparked the team to victory. Drilling and rehearsing, calling for yells hy num- ber, leading pep meetings, and greeting visiting cheerleaders were duties of the group. The antics of the icMountain Lionf' Bill Sanders, caused many a laugh. Under the supervision of Miss Marie Lauver. the boys did a great joh. Cheerleaders gm Athletic Council Mr. Wolfe, A. Morgan, Mr. Maddocks, Dr. Kriner Mr. Thompson, Mr. Williams. Athletic Council Marking its fifteenth year of active service, the Athletic Council continued a policy of intramural and inter-scholastic sports patronage during the season of ,44--'4-5. The central organization privided wise and sympathetic administration of all sports. The council consists of seven members, including the president and secretary of the school hoard, the superintendent of schools, the A. H. S. principal, the faculty sports manager. a faculty and a student representative. The coaches of the different events Msit ini' on the semi-monthly meetings, when the occasion de- mands. ,Fits U' mdk-if ,. H. Noonan, W. Simpson, Mountain Lion, K. Points, J. Beach, E. Skipper. Page One lluntlred Thirty-three Coach Morse Touch Foo 1444 fqolliallfq fm Eaauf 14643112 l l INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS tball ............................ Boys' Gym Basketball ....... ......... R oom 125 Volleyball ........ ......... B oys' Gym Mushball ...... .......,. R oom 217 Truck ........ ......... R Oom 118 Baseball ........ ......... R oom 114 Foul Shoot ing... ...... ...Gene Albri Boxing ......................... ........ . Wrestling 125 lbs ........ ....... glit ...... .William Schnavely 135 lbs ....,.... ......... W illiam Faith 145 lbs ......... ......... D avid Calandra 155 lbs ......... ....... V irgil McCartney 165 lbs ..,...... 145 lbs ..... ..........Thornas Irvin .........Paul Kelley 155 lbs ..... ......... K enneth Faith 1 75 lbs ..... 185 lbs ......... .......Cha1'les Eclcard ........Gharles Granl Unlimited ........ ....... H arold Mountain Page One Hundred Thirty-four 1944-45 1 944-45 1 944-45 1 943-44 1943-44 1943-44 1944-45 1944-45 1 944-45 RNWHQ, Px Groan and Grunt Block that Left Two Points Batting the Hull Prlgrv Um- Hlllulxw-A Thirty-lix'v Perfect Formation Out of Bounds Nice! If at First . . . INTRAMURAL AWARDS Class of 1944-wMary Cashen, Audrey Cor- man, Jean Dey, Geraldine Earnest, Ruth Geist, Margaret Gettamy, Avis Gill, Kath- ryn Gochnour, Ruth Hawn, Dorothy Hos- field, Jane Jordan, Wanda Koush, Jeanne Parrish, Phyllis Rhodes, Joan Shade, Lela May Stockport, Irene Swartz, Luetta Wallace. Class of 1945-Beverly Bush, Stella Caputo, Dorothy Cessna, Beverly Clinger, Mary Lou Clouser, Joanne Glenn, Maxine Gul- shall, Catherine Harlvula, Dorothy Hopper, Frances Lickel, Bernadette McGuire, Shir- ley Sue Miller, Phyllis Russell, Betty Schimminger, Nancy Schott, Shirley Schroeder, Janet Shade, Martha Whitstinc, Theodora Zakrzewski. Class of 1946-Ruby Clayconllm, Mary Hughes, Joann Richards. MAH Wilmer- '--- Theodora Zakrzewski, Class ol' l945. Page One Hundred Thirty-six fciaifzeghhi Within the past year, Bill, we have been concerned with mental and physical fitness. We stressed group participation and the de- velopment of good sportsmanship among the girls. Basketball, softball, volleyball, relays, and badminton emphasized our two aims. However, it was not only games that held our attention. Occasionally, a group of girls was permitted to direct exercises. Each of the girls attempted to outdo the other-and thus the result was furious activity, which caused us to hobble about the halls self-con- sciously after such a session. The obstacle course held our attention for several weeks. This was definitely a test of one's skill and endurance. Since the activi- ties were changed weekly, we had variety in our gym work. Do you wonder that we looked forward to those periods? Extra-curricular activities were conducted either in the Girls, Gym or at Mansion Park athletic field. Early fall found the girls play- ing hockey, a game requiring considerable skill. Basketball attracted us to the gym dur- ing mid-winter afternoons. M'm, but the spring air made us feel peppy and ambitious -ambitious enough to make a stab at volley- ball and badminton! We didn't do so poorly and we did lose a few pounds. As the days grew warmer, we walked to Prospect Park for Miss Eyre enthusiastic games of softball. Bill, some of those girls could really wield that bat! The most outstanding players are chosen each year as members of our Honorary Var- sity Basketball Team. Perhaps you,ll recog- nize the names of some of these girls as you read them here: Anna Artz, Ruby Claycomb, Shirley Schmelzlen, Jeanne Carnes, Dorothy Geist, Dorothy Hopper, Phyllis Simpson, and Teddy Zakrzewski. We7ll refresh your memory, Bill, by print- ing the requirements for awards. The basis of awards for girls' intramural sports is the point system, points are awarded according to the hours spent in the various sports, and a specific number of points is necessary for each numeral or '4A.', Credit is given for group games played in school and for outside sports. Those in- cluded in the latter are hiking, swimming, skiing, skating, sledding or toboganning, bicycling, bowling, and horseback riding. Intramural awards consist of: First-Last half of class numeral-60 points. Second-First half of class numeral- l00 points. ' Third- AH emblem for 225 points. lncidentally, Bill, Teddy Zakrzewski has been the only member of the class of 194-5 to win that much-coveted eight-inch chenille CRAY, Page One Hundred Thirty-seven ememieaing, All Puggv Om- Humirv rl 'T'l1i1'ty-vi '7fna4e.L'1lZZfe I 1 Um IIm1d1-+-nl Thirty-nimA '7he0aa9ff7!1mgf1... . wmmim Page Ono Hundred Fortjy We Say cmcf 250 , 7Ae4m! la... LM ' . Page One Hundwd Forty-two ...7aBeWLM aa Wg 5 ,:'. 1 W ' ---, iff , 4 -'k-k Fi, , 55 9 , Q 1-,aka mbxmafzegggeg f .J Pagfl One Hundred Forty-three Nlma Maia Blow, oh gentle mountain breezes, From the golden West, Breathe thy peaceful evening tidings To the A. H. S. Whisper to us words of pleasure, As the dim twilight Softly gathers 'round our colors, Dear Maroon and White. Now the shades of night grow darker Birds have gone to rest, But our colors shine the brighter Of the A. H. S. Sinking sun behind the hilltops Sighs a soft Hgoodnightn To the colors waving 0,er us, Dear Maroon and White. Night has slowly crept around us, Stars are shining bright, Waving, oh so calm and peaceful, Dear Maroon and White. We shall always sing thy praises, Work for thy success, Hail to noble Alma Mater! Hail to A. H. S. Page One Hundred Forty-four

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