Altoona High School - Horseshoe Yearbook (Altoona, PA)

 - Class of 1954

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'X AC-nxffhl-IES fkyt 13 , " fgsgx 75 Mmffrncs ,WAY Qlqiy I E OUR ALMA MATER if The people present have made the past school year a memorable and pleasant one REFLECTIUNS UF THE PEOPLE l 8 lc. SSS 4 - Q , 3 . , , Z 6 S . ik i T I .F :E 1 .' . F521 1 40 ' 5 x e M Yi EI ' ll M :Q -Ti... - , 1 I, 4 , ..L..,, gawk J" hw . , ,Qu , U . Lx i55.:,:m - sew , . N QA ,Q ,QM ,. SW V M v - I li 5 . Q 8595 M Q A m gg. i,, mVVA,L gy 5 , ,.., Zm'L V ' 5 -1 - -L , .Q 2 A ,z Y W- "" N 5 m ff wi ffegg- 'Q iii Fw: vggit A s ig si -' 1 E X 'Ai f If 1 . 1 wif 4 p W., . ,QA if lg L, . A 1 gi' 4. f f K QQ. 4. i - ig I . ' fs- + N. ' I - ff , .Y 5' l A QM ' Q A, v , - ? 'i ig ,- 1 f ,A+ in., i , W wluuml. 'llu' limlrcl also nu't with ll c-ommi l1l'm'siclc'lxl BOARD UF EDUCATIO PAUL ll. 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IM' ll nmunwtx' xotm- tlu- lwwlx'-vlc-1'tml lluzml mlm-ulm-ml to c'SlzllDlISll plllllli' liIIllll'l'QilI'll'IlS lll mlu l1'uu'nt11l'x lnlllmlmgs 1u'xt lull mul cmnpl1'tc'ml plamx In s-rvvl am annum in tlu' l,lK'ilSillll Xlxllm thu ul Xlhumal l1'au'lu-rs lu 5ll'2llQ,lllK'II Ulll C1'l'lilllI in llIlI1lllll1'5 m llu- sulurx sc'lu'cllllm's ul lcutxl u-Qu-lm mrs auul 5lIlN'l'X lmrs, Superintendenfs Message In a recent visit to a research laboratory my at- tention was captured by the meticulous care with which each experiment was being pursued. The chemist used only the purest and finest ingredients in compounding his mixture. He put it into only clean, gleaming test tubes and sparkling jars. Today, in reflection, I,m thinking of you seniors. In the mind of each one of you a research experiment in living is being carried on. What about the purity and quality of the ingredients you are turning over and around in your mind? As the personal chemist of your own future, are you using enough of the fine raw material of faith, confidence, vision, effort, cour- age, willingness, and golden rule in your mixture? Have you thoroughly cleansed your mind by scrub- bing out any discoloring residue of selfishness, greed, hate, fear and jealousy left over from yesterdays mix? I recommend this laboratory technique to each of you. The quality of your thinking will determine the quality of your living. THE SUPERINTENDENT fu PRINCIPAL Nlr. joseph N. Nladdocks The AD INIST Commencement is a time for reflection and self-evaluation. This event means a completion of this part of your educational career, and at the same time it means the beginning of another educational adven- ture, the entrance into some field of en- endeavor. just as the close of one day marks the beginning of another, the com- pletion of one task marks the beginning of a new one. So it is in education. What you have learned in school is only a be- ginning. The end of a formal school pro- gram merely means the commencement of experiences that will test the principles learned and the knowledge acquired. Commencement is a time to re-examine yourself, re-evaluate your aims and objec- tives. and make definite resolves with re- gard to the future. Look at yourself in a mirror. Do you have much respect for or confidence in what you see? Do other people? Does the person facing you have a purpose, a goal? Is it a good one? ls that person prepared now to work toward that goal? How great is the difference between what that person is and what he should be? With best wishes to every member of this class as you commence the larger life which lies just beyond the threshold. R Give Us This Past Year You have come to one of the greatest moments of your life - graduation. What- ever you think of this great event, I sug- gest that you think of your schools as a source of knowledge, as the birthplace of leadership, as the place where you have been e uipped for the great tasks that will coiiliront your generation. I trust you will never forget the precious heritage of the carefree days of your school years. At this time you owe it to yourself, to your country, and to the world, to dwell seriously upon other things -chiefly upon your responsibility to society, and your own little part in the scheme of things. Having worked with you these past three years, the faculty and administration of the Altoona Senior High School know that you are prepared. You are equipped to accept challenges and to measure up to your responsibilities. We know that you are capable and firmly believe that you are aware of what is expected of you. And, finally, knowing what is expected of you, you can and will come through. Good luck always. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Edgar Brooks DEPART E T HEADS HUGH C. BLACK IOSEPHINE L. CORLE RUBY K. CRUMM Dm-un of Boys Girls Attmiclmiu- Dmui of Girls SCOTT S. CEESEY liuvs Altviiclaliiu' EUGENE L. LANTZ Social Studios IRENE SAUSERMAN Mntlu-nmtics WILLIAM CIBBONS VUL-ntimml MAJRY E. LOWTHER Ilomv Economics RENETTA F. HEISS Business Edin-altioii lWAUD BHNSTER Library ff" HAROLD C. WIMMER ROBERT H. WOLFE Science' Pliysical Edlicutimi 'X X . - gg . iy-,ld f ANNE C. EIFLER Cufn-tvi'ius RAYMOND N. HOFFMAN Lungimgvg Atlilvtics JOHN C. MONTI Music IOHN F. YON SlllllK'I1l c:OYOI'l1lIll'l1t , i 3332.53 f K f fi W 32' ,R f H U LL b f - c 3 B Q.. 5 f 5 2 AL g ' ' gg, ' A ' ii! N V , he g ww ,W 2 K , V f f g X I ' - 5 ' L' . ? il z. Q ' 7 K H l - ' fb , 'S w Q ' , gi gf 1 - , ' .f . , . I i , I g ' I I Q I gi. A.- Q "' 53' .M- ' , ' N... -- L W N My fwsawsw M1115 if K QIWTK .. in ..,f. v , .,:. V .. A. Qi- Q - ' ' -3 x ,.., I A V ' W M , P W W Lx K .:z.. 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FREDERICK Languagc NORNIAN C. FURRER Matlicmatics Cross Dick I' rc de-rick Furrcr lltllcr Hcnry l nnont Lantz FRANK CHESSIE JR. Busincss Education STELLA M. CORCON Language- MYRTLE COULD Homc Economics CARL E. CRAF Busincss Education MIRIAM HARBAUCH Home Economics MILDRED E. HELLER Languagc ETHEL M. HENRY Social Stuclics WILBERT H. HOFFMAN Science ANNE E. KRICK Language HAZEL C. KROUSE Busincss Eclucation ANTHONY F. LAMONT Social Stunlics HARRY K. LANTZ Vocational MALRIE N. LAUVER Social Stuclics SARAH L. LEVAN Languagc RALPH F. NIARSHALL Social Stuclics . RI ELIZABETH V. HOL E E MARIO E MATTERN Language L Y . . Busincss Education GEORGE C. KAVEL LESTER C. MLCALL Mathematics Matlicniatics Downes Duncan Elma-rlc Faris Fuxld Glicssic Gorgon Could Graf Hari xui,h Hoffman Holley Kavcl Krick Kroust Lauver Lf-van Marshall Mattcrn Md Lll 17 HELEN K. MCCARTNEY Scicncc FRANCES E. MCCINNIS Pllysicul Eclucaltion RUTH E. MCKERIHAN Ilmnc Ecmmniics C. IRVIN METZCER Vocallimull LOIS P. NIETZLEII Rusincss IQCIIICRIIIOII JACOB C. MILIJER VIJCIIIIIJIIRII NELDA NIILLER Social Stuclics PAUL E. MORSE Plivsical Evducution JEAN MUNCERT Bnsim-ss Education VVILLIAM E. PEICHTEL Scicncc MARIAN A. PLITT Art ALMA POINTS llomc Economics MARIAN R. PUCKEY Mutlicmntics A. CYRIL RAMSEY Social Studios DONALD E. RHODES 1 FONARD C MOFFITT VimH"'ml ' ' V U ti' ul KENNETH F. RHODES md mlm Vnczltiomll REATRICE D. MORRISON LORENE B. RHODES Imiigiiugc Lnngiulgc M Curhlcy Mcflinnix McKl-rilizm Mctlgcr Mctzlcr Muffitt Murrisun Morsc Munccrt Pciglitcl Iuckcy Raunscy D. Rlmclcs K. Rhodcs I.. Rlmclcs Iiitts Rum: Shcctz Smith Stung PHILIP C. RICE Social Stuclics DOROTHY M. RICHARDS Pliysicall Eclncaltiun M. MARIE RITTS Language WILRUR K. RUNC Scicncc HERBERT S. SHEETZ lxIiltl1l'IIl1lIlL'S SABIUEL B. SMITH Vocational HAROLD E. STONC Scivncc EAJRL STROHM Social Stuclics ANNA M. TEMPLE Lunguugc I. Millcr N. Miller Plitt Poi it Ricc Rich 1rd Struhm Tcn xl 18 FAC U LTY Tusscy Umstcad Unvurzngt Van Sc-oyoc Varm-r VX u NVvndlv XVhithxk0r VVOmm-r NVTZIY Yoder Wwe Guarantee Results--Or We Return the Boy" EMILY TUSSEY Nurse ARCIIIE UMSTEAD Xv0L'iltIOHilI A. ANGELLA UNVERZACT Social Studies RICHARD S. VAN SCOYOC AIQIIIIUIIIIIIICS EARL H. VARNER JR. Vocutioxull C. ROSCOE WAREHAM Muthenmtius 19 LLOYD A. WENDLE Vooutimml WILLIAM A. WHITTAKER Language IDA E. WOOMER Language ROBERT A. WRAY Vocational HAROLD D. YODER Sc'icm'c JOHN C. YOST NIilfIlCllliltICS C:l'IltIt'lllL'llf u fitllkllli THE I954 S senior class sponsors, tlic seniors lx-gun tlicir class NVitli Miss Marv l.0wtlicr as cliziirmuli of tliv zictivitic-s wlivii Mr. Nlaclcloclcs instzillml tlic of- iicc-rs ut tlic-ir Hrst iiivvting in Svptviiilmw. Tlivy livlcl tlicir first claincc iii Octolmvr zlftvr tlic P011- liocly football fillllli' and tollowvcl witli klll0tlll'I' claim-0 in llziiiiiiwy. Spmisoring tlic Tliom McAii Boy Most Likcly to SllCCL'L'll Coiitvst in Fvli- riiziry. tliv '54's votf-cl Stcvc Port tlivir clioicc. Rcvvrciicl Ellglllllx Slvp spoke to tlic class iii il spa-cial asscmlmlv lwforc gracluutioii and Mr. Pliil l,ovc'i0y was tlic ClOll1llN'IlCClllCl1t spczllicix ln- zuigiirutiiig tlw first luvaiway plan for tickots, tlic seniors lir-lcl tlic-ir prom on lluiiv 7. witli clzuiciiig to tliv music of liuron Elliot zuicl his lxuicl. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS lliritl Aclaxiiis Stvplic-ii l'0rt Xlawiailim' XViclwr Allan llalz c-1--l'n-sicli-nl l'ri'simlviit S1'l'I'l'lill'V 'l'i1-iisiiwi -. ef m 'E f 1 S E I 0 R S Vac dtl0I1 5 0VtI put away bwimsuits AL'kl'l' Adulns. D A1lz1111s. li. Alpcr Alllijlll A1111111111111111 A111l1'1's1111. D. A111l1'1's1111, li. A11dr11s A1111-s Applv 1-X1'111sh'1111g, M ,'X1'111st1'1111g. A1'tl11111 I". A1'tl1111', K. Artz .'X1'1'1's l311i1'1l B1l.kl'l' B11lli1't Hull 111 H1111 wars ll'd DA ID 113, X15 , , Dm 1 il NN 11111 ll p 11111 11111-11- ON' IH, ,ln IIOI 1 s 1 Xl s 111d11lff1s Ill sports, J 1111101 1 1 111111st1x llll s11 IIIIS Ins f1xo1'it1' 1- I Nl cl 11s ll 1 IS ff :tm ll 1 1 1t1111f 1 1111lv Ill uvs WTIIIIILI I1 tt11s 1 lllll pllll p11 NY 1t1 1 111 1ts l11111s1lf to 11111x11s st1111111g Blllt L1lIlL'ilS- ll'- First Day of School dust off books and get out the gymsuits. september 9, 1953 DONNA L. ANDERSON . . . Business Education . . . is partial to chili con carne, Montgomery Clift, English, and sports . . . prizes football, roller skating, and books by Somerset Maugham . . . can often be heard saying "Gee Wlrizfiw RONALD C. ANDERSON . . . Vocational . . . Andy goes in for mathematics, books by Haw- thorne, and swimming . . . has a liking for French fries, steak, Ann Blyth, and Dragnet . . . cannot endure conceited girls . . . going into the service. CHARLES T. ANDROS . . . Vocational . . . played intramural basketball his junior and senior years . . . is partial to jack London's books, foot- ball. Cary Grant and sports . . . enjoys steak, chicken, 'and swimming . . . often watches Show of Shows. ' KATHERINE E. ANTES . . . College Prep . . . Ray cannot endure people who are late . . . rel- ishes pork chops, French fries, chemistry, and books by Lloyd Douglas . . football, skating, and Dragnet are tops with her. IIAROLD E. APPLE . . . Vocational . . . Clem played the drums in the band his junior year . . . enjoys turkey, mathematics, hunting, and Dragnet . . . Bob Hope and baseball are his greatest entertainments . . . is vexed by slow drivers. C. MICHAEL ARMSTRONG . . . College Prep . . . Mike was a member of the senate his senior Vgir and president of the Boys Federation . . . captain of the basketball team, where he played center all three years . . . considering college. IANET L. ARMSTRONG . . . George-Burden . . . has a liking for English, egg plant, and swim- ming . . . is partial to Dragnet and Montgomery Clift . . . often says "Thats swell" . . . watches TV nightly . . . detests people who are late. FLOYD L. ARTHUR . . . Vocational . . . Max indulges in pork chops, football, and hunting . . . fancies books by Zane Grey and watches boxing on TV . . . takes an interest in shops and going lo movies starring Rock Hudson. KENNETH! R. ARTHUR . . . Voefltional . . . played trumpet for three years in the AHS band . . . was home room vice-president his junior year . . . his favorite is Marilyn Monroe . . . turkey, baseball, and history rate tops . . . de- tests people who are late. WILLIAM R. ARTZ . . . College Prep . . . Bill played end on the football team as a sophomore . . . sang in a Cappella his junior and senior years . . . takes a fancy to ham and collecting 'records . . . claims favorite pastime is singing. PAUL L. AYERS . . . College Prep . . . was a member of the band for three years . . . has a liking for baked ham, basketball, fishin r, and hunting . . . takes an interest in coin collecting and physical geography. NANCY L. BAIRD . . . Business Education . . . is partial to books by Betty Cavanna, French fries, steak, softball, and bowling . . . is annoyed by nosv people . . . regards history, sports, and jeff Chandler highly . . , enjoys watching the Comedy Hour. NORMA L. BAKER . . . George-Burden . . . makes much of sauerkraut, reading, and crafts . . . peeved at people who lie . . . is often heard saving "How about that?" . . . lists jerry Lewis, sports, and I Love Lucy, as tops. SYLVIA M. BALLIET . . . George-Burden . . . goes in for fish, movies, and Bret Harte's books . . . enjoys football, algebra, sports. and music . . . is vexed by people who are conceited . . . would like to become a nurse after graduation. . 'Y mx -of -iw... "Guys and Dollsn ,gr-' f-It-N?- f.z"W- " lf 'Q Girfw' I,l'lII,flll', 28th lll1llil3f'l'.S'!lflf spc'akf'r, Miss Lent: sff,m-mm-r nf, 195.2 A great day for a great group and a IOIIN l". BARNEY . . . lrflflllilllllll . . . Iohn SHIRLEY I. BEA'l"l'Y . . . Bu.s'ine.s's ElIlll'llflUll takes an interest in hunting and baseball . . . abhors wise guvs . . . Iolm XVavne and Bill Stern rate tops as entertainers . . . is olten heard saving "Ya dope" . . . fancies iee cream and pie. MARY li. BARR . . . George-Burrlmi . . . was home room representative Iunior vear . . . sec- retarv oi her home room senior vear . . . has a liking lor football, pumpkin pie, and dancing . . . is irritated by people who lie. l'A'l'llIClA I. BARR . . . Brisiriess I'lllUl'lltiUll . . . Pal takes pleasure in baseball, sea food, and col- lecting match covers . . . somewhat that Wav about liock lludson, skating, and Dennis Dav . . . is often heard saving 'iYou know it." DONNA L. BARRY . . . Bu.s'imf.s:s Erlucatimz . . . Donni idolizes pork chops, French fries, and swimming . . . avid reader of the works of Llovd C. Douglas . . . takes an interest in sports and lflnglish . . . was a member of Ushers' Club her iimior vear. Al.lll'lll'l' ln. IBATHUS . . . Vfifllfilllllll . . . was home room representative senior vcar . . . plaved forward in intramural basketball senior YCRII' . . . Abie relishes steak and French fries . , . highlv regards basketball. sports, dancing, and welding shops. DORIS liAUhlCAlllJNlfli . . . Colfegt' Pl'r,'p . . . Dorie makes much of spaghetti. historv. and nmsic . . . detests people who are late . , . is made happx bv Eddie Cantor. painting, and swinmiing . . . after graduation would like to go to college. llfllllillrll ll. l5lCA'l"l'Y . . . Colfvgt' Pl'r'p . . . lied is vexed bv nosv people . . . treats himself to stew and books by Zane Crey . . . goes in for hunting, watching 'l'V, and basketball . . . hopes lo go to college after school. . . . has a liking for skating and dancing . . . was president of her home room sophomore and iunior vears . . . shudders at people who are tardv . . . adores traveling, Fernando Lamas. and French tries. IOYCE L. BECK . . . George-Barzlen . . . Sis enjoys Rock lluclson, softball, dancing, and watch- ing TV . , . often heard saying "Oh mv word!" while watching wrestling . . . is annovcd bv peo- ple who are late . . . is partial to Allred P. Ter- huneis hooks. KENNETII E. BECKEL . . . College' Prep . . . Ken was .1 member of the Horseshoe stall his senior vear . . . eonsidcrs Bruce Lancaster tops as an author . . . takes an interest in ice skating, historv, and plaving pinot-hle. EDXVARD I. BECKER . , . VOCl1fiOllllI . . . Moe esteems hunting, sports, Doris Day, and baseball . . . indulges in turkev . . . reads books bv Iack London . . . was home room reprcsentative soph- omore vezu' . . . plaved intramural basketball sophomore and senior vears. DULUHES Xl. BENDER . . . Bll.S'iIlc'S.s lflftlell- tion . . , Dee makes much of English, steak, and lfreneh fries. and football . . . is made hapnv bv drawing and designing . , . hopes to do clerical work when out of school . . . cannot endure con- eeited people. LEONA l,. BENNEH . . . George-Harden . . . has a liking for Latin, ice skating, French tries, and books by Theodore Bonnet . . . is annoved bv being ignored while vo11 are talking to some- one . . . was home room representative senior vear. DOLORICS I. BERES . . . Business l'frluz'r1Hon . . . Dee rt-lishes pizza pie, swimming, baseball. and sewing . . . is often heard saving "Honestlv?" . . . spends her leisure hours listening to records and reading . . . is disgusted bv eonceited people. "A Prettv Girl Is Like a Melodvn 24 I954 great teacher, Miss Lentz, founder. S E I 0 R S Barney Barr, Nl. E M, ffl Barr, P. Barry Batrus Baumgardner Beatty, H. Beattv. S. Beck Beeliel Fra Beelcer X I I ,: . 25 Bnudtr "AQ Benner it Beres T Berltebile fi 131-uwv f "" g rrer '.', 1? IAMES A. BEHKEBILE . . . Vocational . . Berkv is partial to steak and Hoek Hudson . . . takes an interest in guns, mathematics, and watch- ing Mr. Peepers on TV . . . is vexed by smart expressions . . . an inveterate hunter-in season. imuas 1. BEHKSTRESSEH . . . College Prep Berliv was a member of the band the entire three years . . . delights in baseball, pizza pie, reading, and English . . . is often heard saving "That's about the size of itf, NIARYANNE BEBNDT . . . Busriness Education . . . was an alto in Nlr. Bohn's girls' ehorus soph- omore year and a member of a Cappella iunior and senior years . . , is partial to Iohn VVavne, pizza pie, and basketball. 25 DONNA M. BETTXVY . . . Busiiius-.v Ellueution . . . was a member of the FBLA senior year . . . home room viee-president her senior vear . . . faneies bowling, basketball, and shorthand . . is irritated bv eoneeited people. MILDHED F. BING . . . College Prep . . . Bunny idolives Elizabeth Taylor . . . likes steak and swimming . . . was a member of the Ushers Club and sang soprano in the a Cappella all three years . . . delests tardv people. BONNETTI F. BIBELY . . . George-Burden . . . Bonnie played intramural sports her iunior and senior years . . . was a member of the Pyramid Club iunior veal' . . . takes a fancy to football and mathematics . . . a heavy reader. I954 S E I 0 R S We lost the Peabody game--but we f f , ' Black, lf. Black. Nl. Blaze-rit'l1 Blontz Blowvrs Bollinger Bowsvr Bovlvs Bravklmill Briggs Brooks Brown. IC. Brown, Nl. Brown, S. Brnnilmangli Bruno Bnckrt-is, C. Bnulirvis. Xl. liiirclific-lcl Bnrlivt ICDSON C. BLACK . . . liUf'llifUHlll . . . liclcliv ltUSSl'fLl. L. BLONTZ . . . Vorufimml . .. Innior 4-annot vmllirm- girls who sxnolu- . . . vniovs wrost- is irritatccl ln' wonu-n clrircrs . . . Dragnt-t is a ling on TV . . . lists favoritcs as lmaslu-tlmall, skat- favoritr- . . . for rvacling, it's Mickvv Spillanv . . . ing, antl lam- Powvll . . . c-lainis r-Iiit-kr-n as lavoritv dr-liglits in lxistorv, footlmall. and lolni NVavnv . foocl . . . wonltl likt- to ln' an .nitonnolmilv inm'lianiL'. rt-lislws frii-rl cliiclu-n . . . liolmln' is cooking. NlAliCAlll'1'l' I". BLACK . . . Clz'ol'gy'-l3rll'rl1'n . . . IANICT C. BLOXVICHS . . . Collvgr' Prvp . . . Ianit' l'4-ggv plavvcl tlu- viola in tht- orclicstra lor tlirvc was a lllCllIllt'l' of orc-livstra tlirvt' vc-ars. also string vm-ars anal vm-rv wr-ll, too . . . 4-lloosvs rvatling, trio and string qnartvt . . . lanoics liain l31ll'lM't'lll'S l'.O.l7., ancl lxowling as tops . . . lam-ivs NIV Littlt- and l'lI't'IlL'll frivs . . . plans to attc-ntl L'OllK'fLl' . . . Nlargiv on TV . . . is llliC'I't'Slt'il in nursing. frim-mls otitvn lu-ar 'Allow alwont that?" BONNIE I. BLAZICHICII . . . Cl4'org4'-l3r1rrlc'n . . . UCAN L. BOLLINCER . . . Bll.vir1v.s'x Ifflfwafioll llonnir- was a nn-inlwr of a Cappolla for tllrvr' . . . lionw room pn-sitlmitancl11-p1'vsti11tatiw st-nior vm-ars . . . trvasnrc-r ol' lionn- rooin lwr soplioinorv xr-ar . . . is partial to Dragnvt anal Charlton llcs- vr-ar . . . participati-cl in intrannlral sports junior ton . . . vnioys P.0.D.. rolli-r skating, and cluiukmm ancl sm-nior vvars . . . spa-ncls sparo IlIOlllt'lltS skat- . . . t'om'1'itc-ml pr-oplc lvavv ln-r cold . . . anilwition- ing antl watvliing TV. tvlvtvpm- opvrator or rt-ccptionist. 26 Senior fiance after Peaborly Hum certainly won the dance afterward. Oefoller 2, 195.2 ZERELDA D. BOYVSER . , . Vocational . . . Zed participated in Pyramid Club and intramural sports sophomore year . . . had lead role in "The Great Big Door Step" . . . abhors tardv people . . . highly regards Alan Ladd and Southern fried chicken. MARVIN S. BOYLES . . . Vocational . . . played on home room basketball team for two years . . . home room representative senior year . . . mathe- matics, leff Chandler, spaghetti, and football are among his favorites . . . enjoys reading novels by XVilbur Shaw. MELVIN T. BRACKBILL . . . General . . . Skip played baritone in the band sophomore year . . . prefers The Hit Parade on TV . . . favors chemistry . . . detests slow people . . . can be heard saying "Get off my back" . . . prefers spaghetti . . . Alan Ladd is O. K. SANDRA K. BRICCS . . . George-Bclrden . . . Sandy was a member of the Fellowship Club sec- ond year and sang with chorus iunior and senior years . . . fancies bacteriology, Dane Clark, steak, and French fries . . . ioining NVaves after gradu- ation. NANCY E. BROOKS . . . George-Barzlen . . . Nancy is fond of Robert XVagner and swimming . . . lists history as favorite subject . . . vexed bv tardy people . . . spends spare time reading and watching Dragnet . . . interested in becoming a nurse. ELIZABETH A. BROWN . . . College Prep . . . a member of Academy of Science and Y-Teens senior year . . . in French Club sophomore year . . . sang in chorus second year . . . on Horseshoe staff last two years . . . hopes to study medicine after graduation. NIARIORIE M. BROVVN . . . College Prep . . . Margie enioys viewing TV, especially You Asked for It . . . has yen for turkey and Dale Robertson . . . was transferred from Bellwood-Antis October, 1953 . . . loathes snohbish people . . . ambition is to attend college. "Laughing on the Outsiden '77 SHIRLEY A. BROVVN . . . George-Barrleu . . . Brownie took an active part in Pyramid Club as a sophomore and senior . . . participated in intra- mural sports for three years . . . pet peeve is waiting for people . . . relishes spaghetti . . . ambition is nursing. PATRICIA I. BRUMBAUCH . . . College Prep . . . Pat was a member of orchestra and Y-Teens for three years . . . a color guard as a senior . . . Story League member third year . . . detests people who are late . . . plans a nursing career. GABRIEL M. BRUNO , . . General . . . Gabe was home room president and played intranmral basketball as a senior . . . abhors conceited girls . . . thinks Iohn NVayne is tops . . . delights in :french fries and steak . . . hopes to attend enl- eve. M GERALD L. BUCKREIS . . . General . . .Toin was a member of the band for three years . . . stuck-up girls give him a pain . . . favorite sport is racing . . eggs are his favorite food . . . en- ioys Alan Ladd . . . ambition- radio announcer. MARTHA M. BUCKREIS . . . Bu.s'inc.vs Iirlzzm- lion . . . Mitzi participated in Y-Teens, a Cap- pella, and Booster Club her sophomore year . . . treasurer of home room and member of FBLA as a senior . , . detests tardy people . . . after graduation, hopes to get married. ROBERT A. BURCIIFIELD . . . College Prep . . . Burch was a squad leader last two years . . . home room treasurer as a senior . . . indulgcs in spaghetti and sausage . . . stuck-up people leave him cold . . . interested in becoming a hotel manager. VVILLIAM E. BURKET . . . VllC'llfiUllII1 . . . Bill's favorite pastime is playing the piano . . . prizes ham . . . fancies math as best-liked suiect . . . is annoyed by conceited girls . . . enioys writing of Edgar Allan Poe . . . hopes to enter college. I' T. B. X-rays cnffwlwf S. 1953 T. B. X-rays gave us the low down KATHLEEN M. BURKEY . . . George-Barclen . .. Kay can't resist fried chicken . . . is partial to drawing, listening to records, and swimming . . . can often be heard saying "You,re mixed up" hopes to become a telephone operator after grad- nation. ISABEL L. BURKIIOLDER . . . General . . . Sis was secretary of band iunior and senior years . . . worked in girls, attendance oflice senior year . . . it's French fries, hamburgers, basketball, and TV for her . . . ambition, to get a good iob. S. DAVID BURROWS . . . General . . . Burle was in orchestra one year . . . played intramural basketball . . . indulges in eating steak . . . cherishes the work of lules Verne . . . has an aversion to people without a sense of humor. PATRICIA A. CAMPANARO . . . Business Edu- cation . . . Pat added her voice to Mr. Bohn's chorus during her sophomore and senior years . . . prefers spaghetti and books by Charles Dick- ens . . . snobbish people irritate her . . . hopes to be a bookkeeper. ALICE M. CAMPBELL . . . Business Education . . . Served as associate editor of Mt. Echo for two years . . . member of Senate, TAP, FBLA, and Pyramid Club . . . participated in intramural sports . . . hopes to work in PRR office after graduation. NANCY E. CAMPBELL . . . College Prep . . . Nancy collects miniature dogs as a hobby . . . idolizes Stewart Granger . . . can be heard saying "Here you gon . . . chooses English, baseball, fish, and French fries as favorites . . . ambition, to work for Bell Telephone. PATRICIA M. CAMPBELL . . . George-Barclen . . . Pat was a member of Miss Eberle's chorus for two years . . . participated in Pyramid Club and intramural sports . . . detests braggarts . . . likes bacteriologv, Alan Ladd, and basketball . . . plans to get married. PAUL C. CAPORUSCIO . . . Vocational . . . Cappy treats himself to Dragnet . . . is partial to Marilyn Monroe . . . prizes mathematics, bas- ketball, and steak . . . is irritated by slow drivers . . . "You better believe" is frequently heard from this future sailor. R. LOUISE CAPORUSCIO . . . Business Educa- tion . . . WeeVVee was English class secretary iunior year . . . was accordion soloist in annual show first two years . . . is partial to Comedy Hour and Iohn Wayne . . . relishes steak and French fries. ANTOINETTA CARACCIOLO . . . George- Barden . . . Nettie took part in intramural sports and Pyramid Club . . . secretary of English class iunior year . . . enioys eating chili . . . abomin- ates snobbish people . . . often heard uttering "You know itl" . . . prefers science. VINCENT D. CARACCIOLO . . . College Prep . . . Vince participated in track iunior and senior years . . . on cross country squad second year . . . played intramural basketball senior year . . . treats himself to pizza pie . . . apt to say "Check', quite often. IOSEPH D. CARRIERI . . . General . . . Ioe delights in watching Iukebox lury on TV . . . thinks baseball is tops . . . is partial to cheese- burgers and French fries . . . enjoys Rock Hud- son . . . desires to be a state or city policeman. SYLVIA A. CARRIG . . . George-Burden . . . ludy added her alto voice to a Cappella during her senior year . . . took part in the minstrel show . . . likes bacteriology, turkey, and football . . . ovcryvorks the expression "Oh, gee!" . . . is a future nurse. MARLENE D. CARTNVRICIIT . . . Business Ed ueation . . . Shorty was assistant secretary of home room second year . . . fond of Doris Day and baseball . . . lists Italian spaghetti as favorite food . . . usually says "Really" . . . looks forward to getting married . . . prefers English. "I'm Walking Behind You" 28 I 9 5 4 on the inside story. S E I 0 R S Riiilwv Blirkliolclm-1' Blll'I'0NX'S Cz 1ll1 11111111111 Cauiiphcll, A, Caiiiiphcll, N. Czuiiphvll, P. C11p111'11sL-io, P. C11pc11'usci11, R. flilI'llL'L'i0lU, A. C2ll'1lL'L'iIJllJ, V. CilI'l'il'l'l Currig Cairtwriglit Cust-iotti Cnssirlv Caiilivrimiii Caltiiiu Ci111111 Clivi-rs LEONAIRD A. CASCIOTTI . . . Voflltimllll . . RICHARD CATINA . . . CICIICIYII . . . Dick Pfl'lC1'S l7Uflit0f'S, fflftillilll. illlfl .I1I1lTlll'l1l1lflCS - - . plavccl ill tht- hzmcl all thru- vwirs and was zu.-tivo PIIIUVN Swlill Milfllrll M0lU'0l'llU-1310 "'0V1i'5l- 3 - in orchestra lust two years . . . lllUlI1lJl'l' ol' 41111111- 11 1 ' I ' ' I' x 1 - . . . . mnmlt .1 m lm-Mml 'nh ' I ' lm mg mom 'ur lllllld sm-111r1r yn-ur . . . delights Ill spiiqlia-tti . . . 11111111-s is his tiivuritc p11st1111c- . . . wants to ho- ., . - ' . . . - , A . plums to 4-1114-1' sm-rvico utter Qlllllllililllli. L-c1111c ani L'lt'L'tl'lCltlll uttoi giucluiitioii. ' N 1 - v 7 1 Y 1 r 4 1 ' 1 IOAN Cy. CASSIDY . . . Cll'l1L'l'flI . . . login wurkvcl DAX ID. M" CAUNI - ' -, CHU'-QC PHI? - - b 1911111 in girls' nm,m1um.L. Offiu. A . - Zlddcd hw Void. was ugtivc 111 orclicstru tQr thru' vm-urs , . . 1114-111- to Nliss Elan-rim-is chorus tor tlircc vc-urs . . . hc1111c her ot tht' ACilClttllIV ot Sciviicc during iiniior 11111111 1'cprr-sic-iitiitivv sc-nior vcur . . . sc-lvcts illzlth- and scnior vvurs . . . iiuliics Dhvsics ns his fzivmitv giimtics :is h1vo1'1tv suhic-ct, spziglivtti, as tuvoritc 5ul,i1.L.t I A I Uniovs pitting Steak I Q I lmpcs to l.,m.r llmd' L-ollvgc. .Nl.'.lT"l ...""...'f - - ' V I5 'M R 9A uhm AN f'f"C'f" BW IAMES E. C111312115 . . . Cfilifgff P1-fp . . . I1111 I1111 plrivr-cl tr1otl111ll thrcv vt-urs and was Cllpfillll t. . t I . IV II vk tl I H U I 1 I his sviiior va-ur . . . participated in truck thru' "dT'UP'1 fl In M5 L M 'I mllllllllorl ' ' ' WMS . I I gym Hqlmd lcudpr first two Wars . U . cnlovs L'l11CliL'll . . . wc11'kc-cl lll hovs aittviicliiiiu- iIlfI'2lllllll'1ll lmskc-tl1z1ll third ya-111' . . . clvtvsts girls Ufflvl' 215 21 WINUY - - - l"l"Nl7l'1' Of lIl'Y Clllli SOL" who siiiokc. ond vwir . . . plans to L-ritz-1' tha- Air l'l0l'L'l'. 29 IQ54 S E I 0 R S To write a book all you need Clin-snuv Cliilcotc' Ciannpoli Cinvvrvlln Cin-L'1i1'vllz1 Civivllu Clzippvi' Cla-nu-ns Comix' Colm .Q 11 Collins. C. Collins. ll. Colt' Coilziwiiv Conrail, C. Cminlcl. Nl Cuntv Cox Cox' crmig, cz, l'ltUDlCNCl'I Nl. CHICSNICY . , . l311.s'im'.v.s' Ifflu- IOSEPII CIAVERICLLA . . . 13115-in1'.v.s' Eflllfllfitill Vllfllfll . . . Prnclv cniuvs liste-ning to music . . . . . . loc tliinlcs swinnning is gn-ut sport . . . lilws lnxiuritc- 'IW' prugnnn is Cola- Tinu- . . . slit- is lmokkt-L-pinyg . . . vniovs L-ullt-t-ting :incl listt-ning lumlrcl sawing "How ulmmlt tlmtil' . . . swinnning. to rccorcls . . . says "Nut vvviin oftvn . . , lliL'lI1ll'll ltuvk lluclson, .incl L'lIlL'lil'll url- aunung In-r ln- Burton is top lll0Yit' stan' . , . is lIllt'l'l'Sli'll in gvt- vuritvs . , , lozitlic-s cunt-vita-cl pm-oplv. ting ai civil svrvicv juli. l':Alll3Al'nA 5. CIIILCOTIC . U. . CHllc',LfL' Pfvp . . . NIARY L. CICCARELLA . . . CUrJl',Qt'-Bfll'1I'Cl1 . . . Sm- sung with tin- vlmrns lor tln'c-c vcurs . . . inniur English class prvsiclm-nt . . . paistilnv. talk- luule part in Huy l"4-stivnl . . . cniuvs st-wing, ing on tvltipliom' . . . luis ll liking for pizza pim- rvauliiig, l'1l't'llC'll lric-s. alncl lmskvtlmll . . . llIl'lllt'I' . . . p1'ci01's Sli.lllll1Q, lmclininton, and Coinvclv slmlv ul' music in L-ullt-gn' is lu-r aunlmition . , . liour . . . c1u'm's tor lioint- ll12lIlAlQl'lI11'l1l . . . would lmitln-s tqtrclv pc-onli-. likm- to ln- an scinnstrt-ss. CARI. lt. CIANIPOLI , . . Vznralimull . . . Cuts DANIEL M. CIVIELLO . . . GUIIUVIII . . . Xlilu' :-niuvnn-nt out ol' hunting, fishing, :incl clriying pairtit-iputvtl in lli-Y lmslwtlmll tlircm- vt-urs . , , . . . inclnlgm-s in. frivcl cliickm-n :intl l'lI't'llL'l1 lrivs tuvoritv actor, Alun Lutltl , . . rvqxcls writings of . . . iuutlmll is lqivoritv sport . . . likvs Draignvt Stvvvnsim . . . pussm-s tilnv list:-ning to lIlllSlL' . . . clisgnsti-cl ln' sliuw-oils . . . plains to work for . . , vniovs wutcliing Inlic Box lnrv . . . clislikt-s Um-Ip Sum, girls who pluv stnpicl. 30 Patia'As.s'e1nbly . . . Bertrand Shurtleff "How to Write a Booki' are pencils, paper--and some good ideas. November zo, 1953 DOROTHY M. CLAPPER . . . Business Ecluca- tion . . . Dot was home room representative soph- omore year . . . played intramural sports . . . pet expression, 'KNO kiddingv . . . thinks much of Iefi Chandler, French fries, and swimming . . . cannot endure stubborn people . . . plans to be a secretary. MARY I. CLEMENS . . . Business Education . . . Mary Io sang so rano in Mr. Bohn's chorus fun- ior year . . . hall, patrol . . . favorite hobby and sport is roller skating . . . fancies Mickey Spill- ane mysteries . . . pastime is driving . . . is very interested in becoming a WAF. IOANNE C. CODY . . . Business Education . . . Iody was cheerleader three years . . . home room representative three years . . . member of senate and Girls' League representative senior year . . . Y-Teen member . . . pet saying, "Yes, sir" . . . hobby is swimming . . . bothered much by con- ceited people. CLAIR S. COHO . . . Vocational . . . Dork is an avid fan of Ierry Lewis . . . favorite TV program, Duffy's Tavern . . . interested in Mickey Spillane stories . . . rates swimming as tops in sports . . . likes all food . . . hobby is drawing . . . detests girls who smoke. CAROL C. COLBUS . . . College Prep . . . class secretary sophomore and junior years . . . soprano in a Cappella three years . . . Ushers, Club three years . . . annual show two years . . . relishes steak . . . likes reading . . . is annoyed by warm water in fountains. HARRY S. COLBUS . . . College Prep . . . Zeb is heard saying "Dig you later" . . . basketball is favorite sport . . . ranks swimming as favorite hobby . . . spare time used for movies . . . in- dulgcs in steak and French fries . . . is keen about lane Russell. IOHN AI. COLE . . . Vocational . . . likes to say i'Oh nuts" . . . delights in eating chili con carne . . . cares. for football . . . rather keen about play- ing cards . . . highly regards Esther Williams . . . eniovs watching Comedy Hour on TV. RONALD E. CONAWAY . . . Vocational . . . Ronnie says mathematics is his favorite subicct . . . likes to work on cars . . . hobby is lumting . . . pet expression is "Gracious bei' . . . thinks crab cakes and French fries canit be beat . . . intrigued by Boston Blackie. CAROL M. CONRAD . . . Business Ezlucafion . . . Connie was a member of Y-Teens iunior and senior years . . . participated in intramural sports three years . . . can't be bothered with conceited people . . . likes French fries, baseball, business law, and Iefl' Chandler . . . plans to be a secretary. MARY N. CONRAD . . . George Barden . . . finds bacteriology an interesting subject . . . fa- vorite TV program is Hit Parade . . . enjoys dancing . . . relishes chili con carne . . . hobby, accordion playing . . . is pained by impolitc boys . . . probably a nurse or accordion teacher. IOHN D. CONTE . . . General . . . Connie en- ioys watching Arthur Godfrey . . . likes to swim and hunt . . . prefers Charles Dickens . . . Eng- lish is his favorite subiect . . . pet saying, "Check" . . . amused by Martin and Lewis . . . is irri- tated by conceited people. ANN E. COX . . . College Prep . . . worked in nurse's office and main office . . . played intra- mural sports three vears . . . in Pyramid Club two years . . . in Mr. Bohn's chorus two years . . . likes Pearl S. Buck . . . would like to be a physicial therapist. IANE L. COY . . . General . . . this girl says "Uh-huh" often . . . likes her hamburg with plen-nty of onions . . . thinks Gary Cooper and Iohn Wayne are tops . . . takes pleasure in watching Comedy Hour . . . hobby is sports. CHARLES I. CRAIG . . . Vocational . . . Charlie craves potatoes and steak . . . played home room basketball . . . is always saying "Who, me?,' . . . likes lack London's writings . . . any sport suits him . . . is vexed by conceited people . . . plans to enter the service. "VVhcn My Dream Boat Comes Homel' iglisli lJ1'prn'lrni'nl Play HfiIl'l'Ili Big Door Slvpn Norr'mIu'r2U,21,1953 The audience put out a nice big welcome mat IIOISICIII' IC. CIIAIU . , . fi1'lll'l'tlI . . . Bolfs wt'II DONNA I. CU'I'SlIAI.L . . . 13u.s'im'x.s' Iicliirrifioiz I'1'Illt'IlIIH'l't'lI lor his inxalualrh- guarding on tht- uourt . . . honu- room i't-prt-st-iitaitixv st-nior vvar . . . oil thi- court finds tinn- for 4-ating turkvv and watt-hing 'I'Y, spi-c-iiivallv Nlartin and Ia-wis and tlonn-dx' Ilour. DOIKOIIIY XI. CIKANYFOIID . . . Cl0m'rul . . . Dottii- is intvri-sti-d in psvuhologv . . . lIIt'IllIlt'l' ol' ai Cappvlla, Y-Tm-ns two vt-ars . . , cravcs nn-at Ioal' . . . like-s to cook . . . i-xtrt-im-lv itll- novvd In' dishonvstv . . . plans to work at making In-r marriagi' a suuci-ss. IOSI'II'II II. CIIAXVIVOIRD . , . Xltlfdfilllllll . . . lot- Iiki-s to sit down to a vliickvn dinni-r . . . van't stand 'voma-n drive-rs . . . shops is tavoritv suhii-vt . . . colh-4-ts old coins . . . Iists Iam- Rus- ss-II as iavoritt- ac-trvss . . . working on autos is his I'avoi'iti- pastimt: DOIIIS I., CIIO'I'SI,IfY . . . Huis-irws.s' Ifzluvation . . . Dorv In-Iongi-d to I"l5LA two yvars . . . chor- us thri-v vvars . . . sophoniorv rhorus st-crvtarv . . . Iavors rt-ading, rollt-r skating. and Iiaskvtliall . . . shrinks from conct-itt'cI pvoph' . . . vniovs taking shorthand . . . wants to do cominm-rcial or sah-s work. NAIC IC. CIIUXIIIAKICII . . . B14-YilIl'.S'.S' 1'Itlllt'llfIUlI . . . Ushi-r's Chili and Y-'Il-mais svnior vvar . , . a Cappi-IIa and Compass iunior and si-nior vm-ars . . . Iiki-s to say "Oh, now rc-aIIv" . . . pri-it-rs Iohn XVavnt . . . Im-advd ve-aI is hi-r idva of good 1-ating. NYII,I,IANI XV. CUNINIING . . . IIUKYIIIUIIIII . . . Bum dvlights in stnlling himst-II with pork chops and I"rt-m'Ii Iirivs . . . dc-tvsts show-oils . . . Iikt-s to sm- Divk I'owt-II on scix-vii and Dragnc-t on TV . . . Iioating and hunting suit him finv, SONDIKA I. CUNII' . . . li1i.viriz'.s's Iiiliwulion . Y-'IIt't'llS thrt-v vc-urs, si-nior t-Inh si-crvtaw . . Uslu-rs' Chili and Nlountain ICQ-ho two vt-ars . . . IIoi'si'shov and I"III,A si-nior vt-ar . . . colh-L-ts miniaturt dogs , . . low-s to swim. vat spaglwtti, and plav rc-cords. . . . I"BI.A two vt-ars . . . savs "How Ahout that?" chooses ict- L-rt-ain as grvat iavoritv . . . 1-niovs swimming . . . tavoritt- TV show, Big 'I'own . . . got-s all out lor travvling . . . ambition: to obtain Iiookki-vping position. IVIIIYD If. DAILICY . . . General . . . l"i'c'tIcIit' canit toh-ratv pvoph- with false cxcuscs . . . is partial to Imrcadvd vital . . . pri-fi-rs Longfellow . . . has a liking for hshing, hunting, and swimming . . . intrigus-d Irv Alan Ladd and Arthur Codfrvv . DIANA I. DANDIIIZA , . . C2011-Ul'llI . . . has a strong avi-rsion to conct-itvcl pm-ophf . . . tri-ats In-rsclt to stvak and I"i'vnL'I1 tries . . . has hahit oi saving "Big dvaln . . . svwing is favoriti- holm- Iw . . . Doris Dav is hor movie star ideal. SONIA I. DANIELS . . . Biasincss Education . . . highlv rvgards It-its Chandlcr and Count-dv IIonr . . , rclislu-s I"rc-nc-Ii frivs and clivcsi-Inirgt-rs . . . nosv pt-oplo givc In-r at pain . . . spurt' tiinc' uscd for howling . . . vvrv inte-rt-stcd in In-coming a tvlcplioiu- opt-rator. BEVERLY A. DAVENSIZEII . . . Gz'or'g1f-Brinlcii . . . Bi-v was in vhorns sophomorc vi-ar . . . dv- Iights in watching P1-tt-r Pottt-i' Show . . . makes much ol' saving "Dig that" . . . takvs inte-rs-st in softhall and dancing . . . wishcs to In-comv a tvlcphonc opt-rator. AIILICNH NI. DAVIS . . . Collvgc Prvp . . . thru- vi-ars in a Cappm-IIa, two vvars in annual show . . . inc-lnlwr of Y-'Iwi-mis and scnior ortvt . . . sophomort- rt-portcr and co-cxcliangv 4-ditor of Nlountain Iicho . . . Workod in main office . . . English class otlit-or two vuars. LADONNA M. DAVIS . . . Vovatioiml . . . Don- na Iiki-s to Imild small radio svts . . . t-niovs Thi- Comt-dv IIom' on 'I'V . . . madc happv lay Iistvn- ing to rt-cords and thinking oi Alan Ladd . . . disgusti-d Inv L-oiiccitcd pcoplv . . . plans to gi-t marrii-d. "In tht- Good Old Sumnn-r 'I'inn"' 32 I954 for The Great Big Door Step. S E I 0 R S , . Lraxg, lt. Crawfortl. Crawford, Crotslev Crumbakei Cumming Cump Cutshall Dailev Danclrea Daniels Davensizer Davis, A. Davis, L. Davis, ll. Dean DeCriscio 'Del laven Deluliis Deiaitle D. I. lllCllAltlJ P. DAVIS . . . College Prep . . . lliehie plavecl intramural basketball three Vears . . . eniovs clancing, hunting, and fishing . . . awed bv aclvancecl algebra . . . abhors tardv girls . . . craves friecl chicken . . . plans to enter college and stuclv electrical engineering. ROBERT L. DEAN . . . General . . . member of lli-Y Club and track two vears . . . intramural basketball senior vear . . . cross countrv team sophomore year . . . pet expression, "Check that" . . . loves steak and sports . . . plans to cuter the Armecl Forces. AN'l'llONY D. DECHISCO, JR .... GC'IlCffll . . . . . . Tonv was a member of Safety Patrol . . . col- or guarcl in band . . . stage crew member . . . intramural sports participant three years . . . giv- en pain bv big-Wheels , . . plans to see world through portholes. BlAHlLYN DEHAVEN . . . College Prep . . . executive committee sophomore ancl junior vears . . . a Cappella three vears . . . member of Ushers' Club, TAP, anal Y-Teens . . . eniovs watching 1 Love Lucv . . . indulges in spaghetti ancl ice ice cream. ELIZABETH F. DEIULIIS . . . B11.vir1c.s'.s- liflueu- tion . . . Bette was in chorus junior and senior years , . . enjovs the Eclclie Fisher Show on TV . . . fancies Chinese food . . . cletests slow people . . . often heard saying, K'You goofecln . . . hopes to spencl part of future in YVAF. ROBERT DEIAIFFE . , . College Prep . . . Bob spent three vears playing bass in bancl . . . on stage crew , . . member of Acaclemv of Science . . . took first prize at Science Fair sophomore year . . . participatecl in home room basketball. I954 S E I 0 R S Lew H01'SllCy showed how to bc a clown V l 3 J . 13' 1,3 1 4 lJ1'LilIlL'L'Y D1-lf l1'11ss11 D1-ll lD1'lOlll'I', IC. lJl'lUliCl', ll. l,l'llL'll'l' D1-Nisi Dvtric-l1 lJ1'lXYllk'l' lDCX'llll' IJ1-wiild Di1111t1111iis Dilwrt Dick lJlL'lil'fS0ll Din-lil l31x1111, D. Dix1111, l'. A 'ii lJc11ls1111 I ' ,X 1 lDUIlll'V IOYCIC ll. lll-1l,ANCl'iY . . . ffollvgt' P11111 . . 1 l'ilXlAli lf. lllfliflfllfli . , , Xitifflllfllllll . . . lVl"llf'llV'll'fl iv l"ll'1l"""3ll Slwlls 5 - - 111l'111l11'1' Ol liclcliv wus lJl'0SiCll'l1t of l1is l1c11111' 11111111 his soph- thi- l'1b'1'1111111l' Cl11l1 llllil Uvshi-rs C1l11l1 . . . lovca' Umm-1. Wulf ' I I H515 Cmuvdv Hour' Slmrts- amd Mus Olml to mink' hlmlmll' 1111" "1'Sk"llm'l Dc-1111 Nl111'ti11 :111cl In-1'1'x' L1-wis 11s l'111'111'iti-s . . . is . . . DlilllS In l'Illl'l' l'1-1111 State- . . . l1111tl1cs p1-11pl1- 1 ' V, Q . . -. V . u 11111111-cl hx um- gms , . . 11l1111s to 111111 Nl11111111s. who klll' izuclv. ' llOl,0lil'iS I. D1111.CliUSSO . . . Bll.S'fIIl'.S'.S' l'f1l1u'u- RICIIARIJ ll. DELOZIICR . . . V11r'11Ii1111ul . . . H4111 , , , l'i11ki1- 'wus lillllll' 11141111 111'1'sicl011l Dirk plzlvvnl l1c1111a- 11111111 l111slwtl111ll 1111cl 11l11x'1-cl s1-111111' v1'111' . . . 114-llvc 111 lllllikllllllfkll sporis . . . in Hu. imml thru- Wm-5 l I Q mkvs H hking 11, flu. 11cl111'1-s l'1111'l l,1111u1st'1'1' . . . l'K'llSlN'S stvuli . . , CII- Conwdv Hom.. mlm Im., amd Alun Ladd ' U ' jews ilriving 1111cl s11lll111ll , . . 1111111cs thi- ClJIllK'llX' mlimx humim, and Hghim, II11111 11s llI'l l'11v111'it1- 'l'V 111'11g1'11111. ' H ' H' lfwlc s. 111c1,1. . . . cn-11111-111 . , . 11111-11 111-11111 1sm'1'sY 11. 11ENc:L1c11 . . . C?11llf'xf PW11 . . ., s11x'i11g "I Clllllll l11-li1'v1- ilu . . .1-11i11vs l Love Lucy B1-tsv sung with thi- ll cilllillvllil . . . 1111-111l11-1' ol 1111 'l'X' . . . 11cl11r1-s luhn NV11v11c-, lllLlSlll'Kl 1111l11t111-s, Y-'lil'1'11S, U:fl1v1's Cl11l1, illlil 'IH-Xl' . , . il l'll2lll'lll2lIl 1'11clix'1' '111cl l'1111tl111ll . 1N'f1pl1- who think thi-v i11 Girls' L1-11g111' . , . llllllll' 11111111 I'l'DI'L'SK'lIlilliX'l' K Lllit' 1-vm-1'x'll1i11g lvuw- l1v1' cold, two vm-urs . . . plim-cl i11 ih- llllIlSll'L'l show, 3-1 Too bad some Canat learn correctly. Pair! A,S'SCllll2lIj . . . Lea, Hcislir 11 "Clown Make-Up Novemlner 24, 1993 LUGILLE A. DENISI . . . Busirzess Eclucrafion . . . Lou was a menlbcr of Miss Eberle's chorus . . . connnitlec for the Girls, League . . . relishes the Gomedy Ilour, French fries, and Ieff Chand- ler . . . enjoys bowling and baseball in spare mo- ments. I0 ANNE DETRICH . . . Ba.s-ines.s' Education . . . member of FBLA. TAP, and on executive committee . . . played bass violin in orchestra . . . is pleased bv Arthur Godfrey, Stewart Gran- ger. and pizza pie . . . reads work of Elsworth Thane. PEGGY I. DETXVILER . . . Business Education . . . was active as a cheerleader . . . president of home room senior year . . . Girls, League repre- sentative . . . officer of senior class . . . fancies Arthur Godfrey, pork chops, and Gregory Peck . . . plans to do secretarial work. TIIELMA E. DEVINE . . . George-Barrlen . . . Teddy was active in intramural sports . . . in Pyramid Club . . . is partial to I Love Lucy, Iune Allyson,-and steak . . . enjoys reading Eugene O,NeiIl's Works . . . plans to become a nurse. IOLEEN A. DEXVALD . . . College Prep ...A Io has a liking for Robert Montgomery Presents, fried chicken, and Gordon MacRae . . . Lloyd G. Dou- glas's works intrigue her . . . plans to become a homemaker . . . often heard saving "lIow about thativ' DOLORES M. DIANTONIIS . . . College Prep . . . Dee was a member of Pyramid Club and Hall Patrol . . . Spanish, intramural sports, Doris Day, and French fries top her list of favorites . . . plans to become a nurse . . . is pained by snobs. SARAII N. DIBERT . . . College Prep . . . Sally could be found on TAP and in Art Display Club . . . Charlton Heston and apple dumplings de- light her . . . enioys swinnning and the writings ol A. I. Cronin . . . wants to enter art school. I M IEAN M. DICK . . . George-Barrlea . . . sang solo for Miss Ebcrle for three years . . . her list of favorites include Stewart Granger, checscburgers. French fries and chemistry . . . reads the works of Daphne DuMaurier . . . show-ofls annoy her. TIIEDA M. DIGKERSON . . . College Prep . . . active in Y-Teens and intramural sports . . . so- prano in Miss Eberle's chorus . . . watches the Gary Moore Show on TV . . . Ava Gardner and spaghetti rate tops with her . . . plans to be a nurse. ROBERT E. DIEHL . . . Vocational . . . can be found Watching Dragnet on TV and rushing to niathelnatics class . . . enjoys Iohn NVayne, pork chops, and football . . . plans to enter service upon graduating . . . shouts "Hold it" repeatedly. DAVID II. DIXON . . . Vocational . . . Little Red lists the Petter Potter Show as a favorite . . , is vexed by bossy girls . . . has a fancy for French fries. baseball, and Ianet Leigh . . . plans to work for a newspaper. PHILIP R. DIXON . . . College Prep . . , Dick played intramural basketball . . . has own dance band . . , lists Iohn WVayne, chili con carne. and Mickey Spillane's works as favorites . . . can be heard saying "IIasn,t happened, captain" . . . delights in baseball. NANCY L. DODSON . . . B1lsiae.x'.s lirlnealion . . . watches Iukcbox Iury with pleasure . . . craves fried chicken, Dean Martin and Ierry Lewis, and bookkeebinf . . . abhors conceited I 1. , people . . . reads Micky Spillanes works . . . plans to work aftcr graduation . . . likes baseball. DONALD NV. DONLEY . . . College Prep . . . Don was an outstanding sprinter for the AIIS thinclads . . . was violinist in orchestra two years . . . played in IV basketball . . . cross country team three years . . . indulges in ice cream . . . abominates two-faced people. "Strangers In Paradisev 3 35 lllllkkgilflllli llllfllflllll r I I 1 Nfff'f'1HIw 26-'30, 190-1 lllianksgiving vacation always makes us thankful that i l NANCY L. DUNCAN . . . liizsiiuws l'iIl1H'llliUlI BENIANIIN li. ELLIS . . . Vocational . . , Bvn , . . pr:-siclviit ol' lflnglish class. svn-11-tax1'x' ol' lioim- wats Dl'l'Sllll'lll of his English class tlircu vvairs room soplioinorm- W-air . . . lllCllllN'l' ot this L'slivr's . . . plaivvcl intrannnrul lmskvtlxaill . . . vnjovs Kraift Chili ainrl worki-rl in tht- inuin olliu- ans at sm-nior 'l'lu'uti'v . . , visiting atncl vm-all am- tops with hiin . , . shi- wats awtiu- in Alphai Chi Sororitx. . . . vain lac fonncl rc-:icling Xlicki-v Spilluiit-'s hooks. RONALD li, DUSICK . . . Yunlliniirll . . . plain-ml ltUlilill'I' XY. ELLIS . . . x7Uf'!lflUIHll . . . Holm inlrannnrail lmskf-tlmll . . . honiv rnoni l't'l7l't'St'lllil- ulaiiins shops am- tops in his hook . . . got-s wild tin- . . . poll- Yilllllttfl for truck tc-ann' . . . lists ow-1' cliivkvii , . . wonlcl riitlivr lnint thain do ainv- llraigm-t ais laix'oritc- . . . 1-iijovs clrulting, Iohn thing vlsv . . . iiftt-r graulnution pliins to work XYau'in-. annl cliiukm-n . . . likvs thi- work ol Zuni- . . . spa-ncls spain- tiniv visiting. fire-v . . . plains to 1'Illl'l' collvgv. Y V 1 N Q W IJOIROTIIY A. ENIERLY . . , Bu.s'im'.s'x Iffzlzicutimi DOIH5 IW- l'H'lllNl"5l' - - - Cf""H!f'-Bf"'fl1"' - - - Dot sainff sopraino for Nlr. Bohn thru' vvalrs WUI lft' lffllllfl W1ll4'l'll'! TV. l'4'll1'l'll"! Lilllss dow- lists tvpiiw, waitchinff Draufnvt aincl soltlmll -ilg "i1liULf l"V1"N'l' lil'il'5- UT 5Wi"""iH2 - - - ill7l7WW'5 taivmitc-s . iiiclnliu-I in Fi:-inch trim-s . . . aulorvs nl' Iohn XVaix'm' aunml xllllll't'l'll lJailx"s hooks . . . Mmltv Clin l I ' daft Stand hi! Winds A I A Wm :lm-pstsl pm-oplv who lin' . . . plains to work ant ua, tu ljusinl-Ss Sclmulh ' . v vannan. c:,,x'i'iii-iiimifz ct. icczkicxnonic . . 4 :salma-.w lvl C i l.l,lN'?' f Q '..fri"l'EflP"I"v' ja PML l'llIlH'Ilffl7lI . , . Kim- raivvs ovvr liclnlim- l"lSllL'l'. was Tl Nm Hpmfr Ol K two ' llhuhm' INN, lmwlst amd slmglwui V I A INS lmsdmll as ii lliltlillllll inaigamnv . . . plnvvcl trinnput in lmncl fmul-ip. Spmvl I A l 1,l,l,kkl.L.pi,,l as fm-0,-ah, 5,,1,ic.d :incl on-lic-sti'a1 . , . wats on 1-xc-ciitivc connnittvv . . . zilmhois tairclv pm-ople . . . plains to work in A - - Pllllls l01lm'l14l l'Ull1'LCl'- Waisliington . . . vain he lu-aircl sawing "No kicl- , , V 1 Q dingy" I'llANlxLllN Il. l'.llNlLbl . . . College Prep . . . N v W v 1 Took cliiiins rolli-r skating, lohn NViiyiu-, spaig- i'l"Nli' ll' l"q'lXl'l"l ' ' 1 g"""""'l A '4'.l""l't lllilful hr-tti, aincl C1-rinani tops on his list of faivoritvs saixopliom' in thi- lmaincl llfl llirm- vs-ans , . . UIIAUYS U I ' m,imh,d by wmik-mul homcwmk . V A vuimvs sm-ailoocl . . . waitulu-s C.oinm-clx' lloni . . . saws , Ak, F In lk I I U I l Q ullow zilmont thait':"' . . . is paiinval ln' stnckfnp llm fl 'M J0m"'l,' ' ' Um ui hmm Shout- pvoplm- . . . plains to go into .iir-L-oiiclitioning lnisi- mg Lvl "H "W lmtk' ""SS ""l"' 2"1"l"1"i't"' iaoisiiin' ia. i2v.NEs'i' . . . cmllf-gt, Prrp . . . imvxloxn if. ICIDXVAIKIDS , . . xml-firfaiiifil . . . limi' lim lkwkiv Cllwsflll - - - vlawl-fl imraumlml Ilxu' 4-niovs sc-1-ing Iohnnv Xlkissiiiiit-lli'i'. Nlilton lmaiskvtluill tlirvu vvairs . . . nanncs historv us fai- Hmih- . . . lists-ns to i'm-uoixls . . . 1'aix'vs on-1' l"i't-iicli voritm- . . . thinks Alain Liuclcl is tcrrific . . , in- lrit-s aincl faint- Clin-x' . , . lnnirrii-s to llllllllt'lllllllL'9 llulll-5 in 1-l,ili Um L-lu-mi I U I ig lmjm-cl by Sim-k- claiss :incl aiwaiy iron: lmshlnl girls . . . plains to up ppoph, will vmm. Ah. I-01,00 ' ln' ai lll1ll'llllliSliS nppi'L'iitic'1'. 'I l ' xmiaczi-:ill,,t xi. ICCKllCltS'I'Oltl"lClt . . lfusi- cfflll? l'll1lAM,'H' ' QQIIW IPM" j Bu" rims I'lrl1lr'11linIl , . . lists llit l'uraicli' ais toms . . . HM mlm. .mom Hu-lull-sluilll Dru' lflmh. ' ' ' num mm. Bull utumnm I,-n,m,h f-rim. Mull 'MSW nannc-s chili L-on L'lll'lll', tamtluaill, aincl Lnghsh ns lmll . , . vanft stgnicl hig xvlim-vls . . . wants to he WPS - - ' 4'UlUV5 H0lVl'l'l M0m2U1W'l'V 1,l'l'54'lll5 ai lmokki-L-pvi' , . . sans "Uh nn' liw-r" . . . in- ainrl liclwaml C. ltoliinson . , . plains to work for clnlgus in slm-ping. tht' A. it l'. "Sick BV Sith-H 36 I954 Christmas vacation is only a month away. S E I 0 S Dunean Dusek Earnest Eekenrocle Eekley Eclwarcls Iiggerstorfer Ellis. B. Ellis, li. Enierlv Ernest, D. Ernest, lf. Ernest. li. Evans Ewi g Fagan lfarahaugh lfecleli lfeltenherger Ferguson XI. VIRGINIA EXVIG . . . B11si1zu.s's Eflucution . . . Cinnv sang in Mr. Bohnis ehorus . . . aetive nieinher ot Pvrainid Club . . . eniovs Colgate Conieclv Ilour, gvni, and Zane Grey , . . indulges in iee ereani and roller skating . . . cletests liars. NVILLIANI L. FACAN . . . College Prep . . . Bill plavecl Freneh horn in liancl and orehestra . . . eau he founcl claneing, eating spaghetti, and watehing wrestling . . . irkecl bv girls who think they're hetter than you . . . likes inusie, Cleo Moore. and swinnning. IANIES R. FAHABAUCII . . . Xytifllfilllllll . . . lim rates The Big Storv, skating, Ifreneh fries, and hunting high on his list. . . eniovs works of Rafael Sahatini, and fishing . . . detests stuek-up girls . . . plans to join the Arniv. IEANNE F. FEDELI . . . C:l'lIC'l'llI . . . sang in the chorus ancl was aetive in art . . . ean lit tountl enioving the works of Nliekev Spillanz . . . inilulges in turkey . . . ei iiovs all sports . . . her pastiine eonsists of painting ancl loafing . AUDHISY M. FEI.TENBEHCEli . . . I31l.s'im'.szs El1IlC'llfIUII . . . I Love Luey, lerry Lewis, hase- hall. and ingithelnaties are on her list of favorites . . . a ierson who alwavs makes exeuses pains I her . . . inclulges in spaghetti Dravton Nlavrant. ALLEN ll. FERGUSON . . Fergv eau he fonncl watching a gun or how and arrows . . . kiclnev heans . . . likes Zane eniovs hunting and eolleeting to work on a newspaper. and the works of . Voeulionul . . . Dragnet, shooting goes for hzun anil Cru-x"s work . . . trinkets . . . plans IQ54 S E I 0 R S 302 absent the first day of deer season 'bv l"e1'nii-elzl l"ellcrs lfickcs lfillvr lfislivr l"lzu'km' Flock l" cmn- hler lfegh- I"um', B. If mmzw ll l"m 1x'l1LX y lfurr l"l'1lZll'l' lf' rvvt lfrelm lfrisch Funk l?llSCO lfvm-k Ul'lliAl.DlNl'1 ll. l"l'lliNlCUllA . . . l31l.virl1'.s'x lfll- IUDl'l'll D. l"Il.l,lfl'n . . . B1l.9il1L'.S'S I'lfllll'!lfiUIl """'i"" - - - DUHV is l7ll'iW'fl Will' "'1l5lN'fl DOM- . . . haul hm ha-ing vivo president of Girls' lkilgllk' Im-s uml sluik .I. . is 1I111new-clIlwfic-uple wl1uIIu1'i' I I I lm.,,,1,l.,- uf mmm. Business Ll.Ild4.,-5 uf 4 I l' i ' ' I ' f l , , ' 1 . i 'lt' ' "ll'm.5.."""' mm PW ml- ' ' ' M111 Aimwiwii . . . captain el the Ushers Chih lllllllll' saws ls tlmt soc' . . . looks lUl'XYill'll tu XY0I'lilIlUI . . - . V l .- , v V , . - und si-mor u-urs . . , Olll'-SlYll1 ol the senior sex- Iul ilu- Iii-ll l1'lK'I3llOllC' ru Sxlxgulial, I I ' e . VIRGINIA A. l"l'l'l"l'lCliS . . . l311.wi1u's.v 1'frlm'uIi4m II I I I I I I I I . . , take-s ll lzuncy to the Crum-nlx' llmn' mul Ierrv ll'1lllll'1Nfjl" 11- l'ISll1'1l'- - - - c""'4""'l - ' - il lmwis , . . rm-lishm-s l'll'K'llt'll lries . . . is pzwtiail lo Illi'llllX'l' ol ilu- lmncl during suplxmmmrv qmml jim- linglish . . . ri-auling is her lmlmlmv . . . lmxltllvs im' vezirs . . . English class pwsiclc-lit during his snolmlmish people . . . will he smm-hunlvs sn-L'l'i-- ilmiml Wm- I I I vnimvs ligtmling to music I I I lim' W""' dill" plans to iein the Mairilivs after sa-luml. ll, KYLIC FICKICS . . . kvllfflfffllllll . . . goes in DIXNH,-LI I, V1 M,IKFY VIWIIHIIIIIII hkw lm' hunting zulcl fishing . . . makes I1lllL'll ul liock I I-I' II I ' lI.Jf. I I I' I' ' I. I '.I' ' I'It.Ill Ilmlscm . . . passes his spam' lima- clriving . . . 'I 'mtl 0 Hllmk' 'lm Hmmh ' ' ' I5 PM 1" HHN' wIlu,lH,S 'I-Ill, Im lrIu.Ildl, I I I also vniow to Xlurilvn hllillllll' . . . shuclclvrs ut pm-upIlv wha: hunks hx' luck Lumlull . . . lmig umlmitirm is to lillk U30 'WWI' - - - has lllillw illlmll 1"ltf'fl'l! thi' join thi' Nzlw. Arun-cl l'orr-vs. 38 First rluy of deer season Fortunately dear season lasts all year. Noumim- 30, 1953 IOANN L. FLECK . . . Busine.s'.s' Education . . . is pleased with nickname jo . . . boasts of lllflllll' a member of Miss Eberle's chorus junior anll senior years . . . is partial to skating and swim- ming . . . dctests lazy people. ADELAIDE B. FOCHLEH . . . Bll.s'ine.s'S Edu- cation . . . enjoys watching the Comedy Ilour . . . highly regards dancing as a favorite pastime . . . chooses as her favorite subject bookkeeping . . .lgidmires jeff Chandler . . . intends to do office wor . RUSSELL C. FOCLE . . . College Prep . . . known to his friends as Sparky . . . boasts of being in a Cappella . . . member of home room basketball team . . . enjoys Dean Martin and Ierry Lewis . . . chemistry is his favorite subject , . . goal: college. BARBARA A. FOOR . . . George-Harden . . . member of the chorus . . . president of English class . . . delights in singing . . . has an aver- sion to boys who think thcv know it all , . . an ice cream addict . . . plans to be a seamstress. IOAN.L. FOOR . . . College Prep . . . is a mem- ber of Mr. Bohn's chorus . . . enjoys dramatics and dancing . . . pct expression is "I donit want to hear it . . . has hopes of being a dancer . . . adores Ceuc Kelly. RICIIARD C. FORWEY . . .Vocational . . . gets much pleasure from collecting stamps and print- ing . . . enjoys watching "VVhere's Raymond" on TV . . . plans to enter the printing trade . . . likes reading lack London . . . lists basketball as favorite sport. CAROL Nl. FORR . . . George-Burden . . . is partial to sewing , . . relishes turkey . . . highly regards English and science as her favorite sub- jects . . . thinks Stewart Granger is wonderful on the screen . . . would like to become a nurse. CLENNA L. FRAZIER . . . Business Education . . . member of Mr. Bolm's chorus . . . cnjovs watching television . . . chooses bookkeeping as her favorite subject . . . loves to dance . . . jeff Chandlcr does things to her heart . . . has plans to become a YVave. VVILFRED E. FREET . . . Vlllfllflfllllll . . . Bill enjoys swimming . . . has a liking for steak . . . takes pleasure in playing pool . . . a football fan . . . coneeited people give him a pain . . . plans on entering the service after graduation. IOHN L. FREHN . . . College Prep . . . a mem- ber of a Cappella junior and senior years . . . enjoys being in the senior octet . . . chooses Eug- lisli as his favorite subject . . . detests people who are constantly late. BARBARA F. FRISCH . . . College Prep . . . was a member of Miss Eberle's chorus two years . . . fancies French fries and swimming . . . enjoys Watching television . . . Elizabeth Tavlor is her idea of a girl . . . plans to enter nursing school after graduation. IANE A. FUNK . . . General . . . janie enjoys art as a hobby . . . iclolizes Dean Martin and jerry Lewis . . . states that Eugene O'Neill is her favorite author . . . shudders at people who think they are something. MARLENE T. FUSCO . . . Business Ezlucution . . . enjoys Toast of the Town as her favorite program on television . . . has a fancy for typing and dancing . . . loathes coneeited people . . . idolizes Burt Lancaster . . . goes in for spaghetti and record collecting. XVILLIAM D. FYOCK . . . General . . . plaved football during his junior year . . . was a member of the track team . . . jane Russell? - Yes . . . con- siders steak tops . . . has an aversion to show-offs . . . plans on entering the Air Force. "lust One More Chance" 39 fo 1 1 fonf1'reru'1' 111111111111 3,1953 A blueprint of what college requires and offers MICHAEL lf. GALANT . . . College Prep . . . Spike was a home room representative his junior vear . . , in intramural basketball three years . . . played in the band all three vears . . . prefers basketball, chicken, English . . . hopes to attend college. VVILLIAM S. GALANT . . . General . . , Bill plaved the trumpet in the band his sophomore vear . , . plaved intramural basketball his senior vear . . . takes pleasure in ravioli, mathematics, sports . . . enjoys reading Mickey Spillaneis books . . . pet peeve is sehoo. RICHARD M. GALLICE . . . General . . . ltitch was in Ili-Y his junior vear . . . plaved home room basketball his senior year . . . was squad leader his senior year . . . detests girls who smoke . . . prefers history, steak, football. RICHARD D. GAMPE . . . Vocational . . . Dick played intramural basketball all three vears . . . is irritated by wise guvs . . . is partial to mathe- matics, baseball, appfe dumplings . . . would like to go into the sheet metal trade after gradu- ation. FREDA P, GANZENIIUBER . . . Bll.S'lll,L'SS Edu- cation . . . was on the llorseshoe staff hcr senior vear . . . secretary of her home room junior vear . . . loves to dance, read, and eat steak . . . is vexed bv people who are late . . . prefers English, Shakespeare in particular. DONNA j. GARDNER . . . George-Burden . . . Donnie is often heard remarking "You've had it" . . . craves chili eon earne . . . takes an interest in cooking and skating . . . has a liking for Frank Yerby, Robert Nlitchum . . . prefers to study haeteriologv. SIIELDAIEANNE GARDNER . . . Business Ell- ucation . . . Shelly has an aversion to people who are late . .. fancies fried chicken . . . says "All rightvn . . . enjovs reading works of Booth Tarkington and watching Kraft Theater on TV . . . hopes to become at secretary. HAROLD R. GARIS . . . Business Education . . . Hal's hobby is photography . . . was home room secretary his senior year .. . squad leader senior year . . . relishes chili con earne . . . prefers Stephen Meader and football . . . pet peeve is girls who crack chewing gum. IANE L. GARLICK . . . General . . . Ianie en- joys reading in her spare time . . . adores Van johnson . . . has a fancy for home-made baked beans . . . takes an interest in baseball . . . is partial to watching The Web on TV. RENA B. GEORGE . . . College Prep . . . sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus her senior year . . . in Ush- ers' Club and English class secretary her senior year . . . often heard saying "Wow" . . . lists dancing, bacteriologv, French fries, swimming among her favorites. ROBERT E. GERHART . . . Vocational . . . Bob was president of his home room his junior and senior years . . . often remarks "No kidding" . . . takes pleasure in steak, bowling, movies . . . prefers mathematics, Mark Twain . . . plans to enlist in the Navy. MARY ANN L. GEY . . . Geofge-Burden . . . relishes pizza pie . . . favorite sport is bowling . . . enjoys listening to records in her spare time . . . delights in making people laugh . . . is partial to Doris Day and Louisa May Alcott. CAROLYN C. GILLASPIE . . . College Prep . . . was accompanist for a Cappella and a member of TAP her junior and senior years . . . on the junior class executive committee . . . Ushers' Club her senior year . . . member of the Y-Teen Club for three years. NANCY L. GILLMEN . . . Business Education . . . Nan is vexed bv people who are always late . . . worked in girls' attendance office her junior vear . . . adores john Wayne, music, French fries . . . reads works of Edgar Allan Poe. " Ieanie with the Light Brown Hur I954 before you put down the greenbacks. S E I 0 R S Galant. Nl. Galant. XV. Calliee Caiupe Canzeuhuher Gardner, D. Gardner, S, Claris Carliek George Cerhart flex' Uillaspie Cilluien Cioiosa Cipprieh Clashauser Class Clover Gonter S ANNA E. GIOIOSA . . . George-Burden . . . Liz iartieiiated in intraniural sborts her 'unior l l l - l l and senior vears . . . 15 annoved hv eoneeited people . . . prefers haeteriologv and- Bliekev Spillane . . . relishes steak and French tries . . . plans to he a nurse. RALPH lf. Glljlllllcll . . . College Prep . . . Buddv plans to studv eheuiieal engineering after graduation . . . cletests snohs . . . is interested in eolleeting stamps . . . eniovs plaving ehess and swiuuning . . . has a speeial liking for steak and haskethall. DOltO'I'llY A. CLASHAUSER . . . Bu.s'iue.s's Ed- uerltiou . . . Dottie sang seeond soprano in Mr. Bohn's ehorus her senior year . . . worked in the English departinent olliee her senior year . . . often savs "No iokel' . . . fancies eolleeting reeorcls and eating ehieken. K IAMES F. CLASS . . . College Prep . . . liui plaved end on the IV football teaul his junior vear . . , president of home rooin his senior vear . . . partieipatecl in intrainural hasketlmall . . . is interested in a eollege education after graduation. LULU B. GLOVER . . . George-Burden . , . Lou was in Mr. Bohnls ehorus . . . is disgusted hv nosv people . , . takes pleasure in skating, French fries, haskethall . . . eniovs reading, the works of Ian XVeseott . . . plans to heeolue a nurse after graduation. DOllOTllY A. GONTER . . . Gem',ge-Blll'!lell . . . Dot can he heard remarking "Did va, though?" . . . is irritated hy eoneeited people . . . likes to eolleet stamps . . . eniovs swinuning. skating, and health elass . . prefers the hooks of Carolvu Keene. I954 S E I 0 R S N0 snow, but plenty of Santa Claus, C mmcm alfa-llow Cord mmxl Uoritv, C. Coritv. D. Cottslmll Crnlmill Ciwin- Urnllins, I. Crnllins, ll. C.rnlm1n cll'k'lll0l' Grin-lmlv Crillitli Crml- l Inge-riv lluigli llninvs, N. llninvs. S. l lziinlvv llallm' 'l'll0XlAS fi. C1UODI"lil,l,UXX' . . . flflllllfl' Prvp DONNA Xl. CURITY , . . f:l'lll'Q'l'-Blll'lIl'Il . . . . . . Uoncly sung in ai Cups-llgi two yvnrs and pvt cxprvssiun is "lDnn't Qvt vu-in-rl" . . . lillYlll'- in ilu' svnimn in-tct . . . pliwml liootlmll in innior ite- 'l'V Dl'0!Ll'LllIl is Cokv Tinn- . . . 1-niovs skating vc-ur nncl lnmnv room lmskvtlmnll in soplioniorc ns il lmlmln' . . . clm-lights in wntcliing TY , . . pc-t vvnr . . . active- in Ili-Y Clnlm snpliolluon' vvzlr pvvvc is cum-1-itvcl pmplo . . . wants tn ln' n . . . 1-njuvs ll'lll0ll0lIIi'lTV . tolvplioxn- npc-mtor. CllAlll,l'iS ll. GORDON . . , f:l'llt'l'llI . . . Sill NANCY A, CIO'I"I'SllAl,1 ,,,, liglyim-,g-,v lffluf-H- plaivm-cl ilu' lrnnipvi in tlw lmanicl luis suplimiiorv limi , , , Ki-coli wus lmnn- runnin vivo-pivsicloiit vvni' . . . likvs spnglu-tti . . . lAau'm'itv llllllllll' is soplimnorc vc-ni' . . . low-s spngln-tti . . . mlm-lusts Mn-km-v Spillann' . . . is pairtinl to English . . . pm-oplc who tliink tlwv am- lmig wlu-4-ls . . . l'lllfW5 llmillil - - - Dl1ll1S in vntvr collc-gc' . rc-ally plnvs tlic piano . . . luis ai liking lm- ling- l:lli1'S l7ll'il5lH'1' ill IllllSi4'. lisli . . . clmuscs L'LlSllll'l' nr rcrcptinnist ns ll can'- c:,x'l'lil-:lnxl-: xi. czonih' . . . B14-Yflll'4S'S Iiflum- H" limi . . . Cmmkii- m'nx'4-s frivcl cliickc-n . . . lnvnritv DANIICI, I. GRABILI ,.., lv!ll'!lflUIllll . . . llznmv spnrl is locwllinll . . . 4-niovs posing for pictnri-s was lionn' moan vim'-pi'vsicl1-iit inninr and svnior . . . nlmlmrs pvoplc wlm lmlcl Lgriiclqm-s . . . fu- vcurs and linnic rnnni pn-siflm-nt snpliuiiimv vc-nr vuritq- ninvia' stnr is lc-ll' Cllillllllvl' . . . wants to . . . aictivv in lfvllowsliip Clnlm . . . vxpvuts to ln- Qu to Caililnrnin . . . likc-s olliu' p1'uc'tiL'1'. ll niinistvr . . . vniovs Vcnl stink nncl linsvlinll. 42 Christnuzs Vacation Christmas trees, vacation--and mistletoe. rmmnbef 23-January 4, 1954 SHIRLEY I. GRACE . . . Business Education . . . active in Fellowship Club iunior and senior years . . . enioys reading books by Grace Livingston Hill . . . delights in Coke Time on TV . . . fa- vorite sport is swimming . . . plans future of clerical work . I. NVESTON GRAFFIUS . . . College Prep . . . takes pleasure in trigonometry and solid geometry . . . is appalled by people who are late . . . spends spare time listening to records . . . played the flute in the orchestra and band for three years. ROBERT C. GRAFFIUS . . . General . . . Bob likes to watch boxing on TV . . . loves hamburg- ers . . . idolizes Alan Ladd . . . loathes sleeping . . . indulges in roller skating . . . relishes soft- ball . . . pet expression "How about thativ' . . . plans to work for Uncle Sam. HELEN E. GRAHAM . . . Vocational . . . Red is partial to Dutch- noodles . . . pet peeve is fountain pens with little spurt . . . favorite sub- iect is vocational mathematics . . . is heard often saving "Crunch" . . . was home room repre- sentative sophomore year . . . delights in movies. IOANN GREINER . . . Business Education . . . has a liking for Arthur Godfrey . . . eniovs foot- ball . . . pet peeve is homework . . . favorite sub- iccl is office machines . . . moons over Charlton Heston . . . pet expression, "VVhat a ioken . . . wants to be a secretary. KATHLEEN M. GRIEBLE . . . Business Edu- cation . . . was secretary of home room senior year and treasurer of home room iunior year . . . highly regards typing . . . spends spare time listening to Nat Cole . . . relishes Hit Parade as favorite TV program . . . cares for spaghetti. MARTHA A. GRIFFITH . . . General . . . served as president of home room and as home room representative senior year . . . is annoyed by silly girls . . . adores ice skating . . . favorite pastime is driving . . . enioys bowling . . . plans to go to college. "Cold, Cold Heartv BENIAMIN T. GROVE . . . College Prep . . . played in the band and orchestra three years . . . was a member of TAP three years . . . served as president of Fellowship Club two years . . . was secretary of English class iunior year . . . will attend college. CHARLES K. HAGERTY . . . Vocational . . . enioys hunting and collects guns . . . cares for steak . . . delights in mathematics . . . favorite TV program is You Asked for It . . . plans to learn the plumbing trade . . . is fond of mathe- matics. BARBARA I. HAIGH . . . Business Education . . . Barb was vice-president and on the State Board of Directors of FBLA senior year . . . TAP member . . . typist for Horseshoe senior year . . . indulges in pizza pie and bookkeeping . . . loathes tardv people. NANCY L. HAINES . . . General . . . cherishes chicken and French fries . . . shudders at people who are catty . . . is heard often saying "You know it" . . . loves English . . . spends spare time talking on the telephone . . . indulges in swim- ming. SHIRLEY A. HAINES . Business Education . . . prizes Dragnet as favorite TV program . . . favorite food is turkey . . . pet peeve is people who know it all . . . takes a fanc to mathematics . . . crazy over football . . . idolizes Glenn Ford . . . takes an interest in reading. MARY L. HAINLEY . . . George-Barden . . . has fun collecting records . . . cannot endure big wheels . . . idolizes Gordon MacRae . . . spends spare time swimming . . . favorite author is Ian Sterling . . . treats herself to French fries . . . favorite sport is softball. DONNA C. HALE . . . Business Education . . . makes a hobby of collecting pennants . . . dreams about Ieff Chandler . . . spends spare time sew- ing . . . is appalled by conceited people . . . is partial to Dragnet . . . likes Longfellow . . . plans to do clerical work. I 1 M'Hi'iIfE:- f "wp, Q- .rl .,. V X-rv Basketlzall Season, Punxsutauvney Jfmfmfg, 5, 1954 Whoopeel Coach Rice's courtmen made It CAROLYN D. HALL . . . liusiness Eclueaiion . . . Carol adores Tony Curtis . . . relishes spag- hetli . . . finds Mark Twain exciting . . . takes pleasure in watching I Love Lucy . . . loathes show-offs . . . takes an interest in roller skating . . .repeatedly says "Gee whiz." IACK M. 11.-xLPEaN . . . College Prep . . . a Cappella three years . . . annual show two years . . . in minstrel show his senior year . . . delights in collecting stain s . . . craves steak . . . pet peeve is conceitetl, people . . . plans on going to Penn State. CAROL I. IIAMMEL . . . Business Education . . . Flip waz: an active member of Pyramid Club and intramural sports three years . . . treasurer fo latter her iunior year . . . belongs to the Roller Rhapsody Skating Club and also the Rainbow Cirls . . . adores Martha Raye. PATRICIA L. HAND . . . General . . . Pat was a member of dramatics class . . . idolizes dancing and softball . . . is annoyed by conceited people . . . is partial to Richard Todd . . . cares for mathematics . . . highly regards Eugene O'Neill . . . plans to work for Bell Telephone. BARBARA P. IIANDMAKER . . . College Prep . . . Barb was in a Cappella three years . . . tended display cases two years . . . served as home room president . . . honorable mention in art contest . . . cares for Doris Day . . . loves steak . . . hopes to attend college. IOIIN II. IIANLEY . . . Vocational . . . lack was catcher on baseball team two years . . . for- ward for intranmral basketball two years . . . football guard sophomore year . . . indulges in steak . . . very interested in sports . . . plans to enter the Marines upon graduation. MARY I. llANLON . . . General . . . Butch worked in girls' attendance office three years . . . secretary of home room . . . loathes sloppy people . . . crazy over spaghetti . . . idolizes Montgomery Cliff . . . delights in bowling and listening to records . . . eniovs English. GEORGE HANNA . . . General . . . member of a Cappella three years . . . played basketball two years . . . favorite pastime is sleepin . . . has a liking for spaghetti . . . adores Marilzyn Monroe . . . detests show-offs . . . plans to ioin the Air Force. ROY E. HANSARD . . . College Prep . . . Diz was a member of Hi-Y Club and basketball team two years . . . intramural basketball three years . . . member of a Cappella . . . favorite author, Mickey Spillane . . . repeatedly says "You'll find out" . . . enioys mathematics. LEONIECE HARTSOCK . . . Business Educa- tion . . . member of chorus for three years . . . Ushers' Club junior and senior years . . . home room representative one semester . . . plans to be a receptionist . . . loves steak and French fries. STANLEY M. HAUSMAN . . . College Prep . . . Stan was a member of track team three years . . . favorite subiect, plane geometry . . . loathes stuck-up girls . . . en'oys photography and swimming . . . treats himself to French fries and steak. DONNA L. HAVVK . . . Business Education . . . Dawn was president of home room class in her iunior year . . . san' in Mr. Bohn's chorus . . . member of the Rairlibow Cirls . . . pet ex- pression is "leepers" . . . hopes to go to Otter- bcin College. H. ALLAN HAZEN . . . College Prep . . . served on sophomore executive committee . . . president of iunior class, treasurer of senior class . . . sports editor of Mountain Echo . . . sang bass in a Cappella and senior octet . . . in Quill and Scroll, English play. IOIIN M. IIAZLETT . . . General . . . likes all kinds of food . . . thinks Burt Lancaster's acting is great . . . spends spare time hunting . . . en- ioys The Comedy Hour on TV . . . likes gym class best of all . . . goes in for baseball. "My Sweet Little Alice Blue Gown 44 I954 the seventh win in a row. S E I 0 R S all ulperu au ninel ancl auflinaker inlev lnlou Lnna znsarcl irtsoelc usnian wk zen Zlett atou .-lit Jkert, lolui :km-rt, Iolnucla in sel Q1 if Q, .eei L i l i t 'L . fi ff ,.,.::.i GEORGE YV. IIEATON . . . Vocational . . . IOLANDA C. IIECKHRT . . . liimiriesx' I'llllIl'Il- plavs on luis eluireli softball team . . . senate tion . . . Io was lioiue room representative senior nieinlmer luis senior vear, representing vocational vear . . . iueiulmer of Mr. Bolinis eliorus senior elasses . . eniovs roller skating . . . often savs vear and a Cappella junior vear . . . Y-'ll-en "Yea, liow about tliatiw . . . loves spaghetti . . . lllClHl70l' . . . likes tvpiug . . . erazv over l'll'i'lll'll plans to enter eollege. fries . . . wants seeretarial work. SHIRLEY A. llECl'I'1' . . . C:C0l',QC-BKINICII . . . FREDERIC L. IIEIBI . . . College Prep . . . lleekii-'s pet peeve is lwig wheels . . . relishes Fred plaveil home room basketball . . . cleliglits spaghetti .. , takes an interest in llistorv . . . in Watching The Comeclv Hour . . . eniovs sports. repeatecllv savs "Ili-re vou gon . . . eniovs Martha espeeiallv liasketlmll . . , wants to enter the Rave . . . likes skating and lmaseliall . . . liopes Armed Forees . . . is annovecl bv late people . . . to join tlie XVAF. pet expression, tictllllk' on nowf' IOIIN C. HECKERT, 'IH .... College Prep . . . BEVERLY A. HELSEL . . . Collegz' Prep . . , lleek was a IIlClllllCl' of L'l1lll'Cll lmsketlwall team member of tlie Aeaclemv of Seienee tor lxotln . , . aetive in Dc-Molav . . . cletests lliglitv girls iunior and Senior vears . . . is irritatecl luv lxovs . . . enjovs wateliing Dragnet . . . likes .Iolm Witliout manners , . . favorite suliieet lmaeteriol- XVavne . . . liolmliv is luoclel railroads . . . just oqv . . . eniovs reacling lolin c:illSVVUl'lllX',S work loves liistorx . . . interested in being a lawver. . . . amluition, nursing. 45 l954 S E I O R S Aunt lcmimais voice was sweet ll 1-11z lrii-ks Ili-nry. K. lls-iiry, li ll:-1 1114-. A lli'l'slilwi'51i'l' Ili-trick llill. lb. llill, j. llilt numm llippo llirsli lliti- llol wszmx i ll xuz' ppl 1n'x' llollisti-r Holton ll 4vmmx'1-l', ll. ll avmw vm-r, K. ll xraxxn- i'. Nl. ll mw1rx'1- r, 'l'. NIAIKIAIKITI' l,. IIICNDIKICKS . . . Cnllrgf' Prvp .IAMNS A. lll'll,XEli . . . fil,Ill'l'tll . . . jiin pin'- . . . 'l'it-lu wus an nniinln'r of qi Ciippt-llii :ill tlirvc' tit-ipiitvcl in liootlizill all tlnw- vvairs . . . llilllll' rooni yn-airs , . . llslivrs' Chili junior :incl sm-nior vt-airs . . . prcsiclm-nt his st-nioi' yt-nr. . . l'i'm'q1n-iitly thinks nhont sw-n in annnnil shows . . . tlvtvsts lnti' pt-oplv . . . Mairilvn Monrov . . . planning to go to t-olli-go . , . plc-aisml with swinnning :incl iicling . . . sung in highly iw-gnrmls tht- Xlnrim- lim-scru-s. l"""' 'KM' Lois A. iiuiiisiiisicnczuii . , . rznllfgv im, . . , lil'1NXl'l'l'lI li. lll'iNllY , . . lvUl'llffUll!ll . . . nutivt' sm'i'w'cl ns honn- rooni i't-pix-sciiintivii soplioniorm- in vonth vlniix-li group . . . ll. XY. l,ongf1'llowani4l your . . . sung in L-horns soplioinort- yt-ni' . . . flvorgn- Nlontgonn-ry win his praise- . . . has ai lik' lontln-s tnrclv pvoplc . . . clusin-s to lwvonn- ll nnrst- ing lor nnitlniinntivs . . . his pnstinn- is lonliing . . . . . . runls hooks lw Lloyd Douglas . . . swoons own' hopm-s to join thx' Nnvy or liikt- up plnnihing. Clnirlton llc-sion. IIONIAINIC ll. lllCNllY . . . Bv1.viiir'.s-s I'frlm'uIion . . RUNALID NV. lll'l'l'liICK . . . Gc'n1'1'ul , . . L-iiiovs tri-nts ln-rss-lt' to wntcliiiig.: Artlnn' Uocllioy . . . hiinsclli playing lmslivtliaill . . . trvnts hiinsc-ll' to :la-lights in I"i's-iivli frivs . . . vain-s for foothnll . . . ict' c'i'vniii oftvn . . . like-s to watch 'I'hv Conn-ily annioym-cl hx' in-oplv he-ing lntt- . . . 4-nioys Lntin lloni' . . . svlt-nts Alain Luclcl :is lnvoi'ito inoviv . . . wants to stnilv to hc- ii lll1'CllL'ill svn-ri'tni'y. stin' . . . 1-njoys voolcing lint lw mloi-sift sziy wliosv. 46 Lions Assembly, Aunt Jemima and thick enough to pour over her pancakes. January 7, 1954 DONNA F. HILL . . .George-Burden . . . Hill Billy enjoys reading . . . often watches The Comedy Hour on TV . . . plays softball . . . relishes chick- en . . . abhors big wheels . . . goes in for roller skating . . . it's Gordon MacRae in the movies . . . ambition: work awhile and then get married. JOHN W. HILL . . . College Prep . . . Jack served on TAP all three years . . . treasurer of sophomore and junior classes . . . president of sophomore and senior home rooms . . . pastime is weight lifting . . . worked on Mountain Echo for three years. MARY E. HILTON . . . Business Education . . takes pleasure in watching Arthur Godfrey . . . adores Howard Keel . . . relishes fried chicken . . . is irritated by show-offs . . . pet expression is "Anytime" . . . goes for Zane Crey's hooks . . . desires to be a secretary. MARLYNE B. HIPPO . . . Business Education . . . member of Horseshoe, FBLA, and Y-Teens as a senior . . . enjoys eating spaghetti . . . is heard saying "It's terrific" . . . makes much of driving, dancing, and swimming . . . loathes conceited people . . . favorite TV show, Robert Montgomery. FREDERICK D. HIRSH . . . General . . . Rebel was secretary in his junior year . . . pet peeve is slow moving people on the stairways . . . thinks shrimp salad is terrific . . . enjoys Alan Ladd . . . likes swimming and collecting coins . . . am- bition is to enter college. BARBARA A. HITE . . . General . . . Barb is annoyed by TV . . . favorite pastime is square dancing . . . enjoys reading E. Ferher's work . . . plans to continue Working at Ward Trucking Corp. . . . repeatedly says "Drop Dead" . . . loves biology . . . adores Jane Wyman. RICHARD L. HOBSON . . . College Prep . . . Dick played the French horn in the band for three years . . . abhors snobhish people . . . crazy over chile con carne . . . thinks mathematics is won- derful . . . wants to attend college . . . pet ex- pression, "Ah, fellowf, MARIANNE HOEPPNER . . . General . . . played flute in orchestra . . . dislikes impolite people . . . ambition, to study languages in college . . . enjoys traveling and reading . . . came from Germany as an exchange student . . . thinks our school is great. JOSEPH B. HOLLISTER . . . General . . . Joe served as student ticket manager his senior year . . . played basketball in the church league . . . idolizes Ann Blyth . . . frequently heard saying "What do you think?" . . . crazy over steak and French fries . . . hopes to attend college. BONNIE F. HOLTON . . . Business Education . . . president of senate senior year . . . treasurer of Central Pennsylvania Student Council . . . presi- dent of junior English class . . . worked in social studies office . . . sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus . . . TAP member for three years. DONALD J. HOOVER . . . Vocational . . . Tex's favorite pastime is playing his guitar . . . pet expression, "Ah ha" . . . loves to watch Riders of the Purple Sage . . . hopes to be an entertainer in Tennessee . . . idolizes Esther Williams . . . likes model trains. , KAY E. HOOVER . . . College Prep . . . member of Ushers' Club senior year . . . played the violin in the orchestra for three years . . . annoyed by late people . . . loves ice cream and music . . . pet expression, "Not even" . . . ambition, to attend college. MARY E. HOOVER . . . Business Education . . . Cookie enjoys Mark Twain's Writings . . . abhors late people . . . idolizes John Wayne . . . thinks spaghetti and meatballs are teriffic . . . wants to be a telephone operator . . . likes watching I Love Lucy. THOMAS F. HOOVER . . . Vocational . . . Tom was home room president in his sophomore year . . . played center in intramural basketball all three years . . . crazy over turkey . . . can't stand conceited people . . . enjoys hunting and shops . . . would like to be a sheet metal worker. "Baby, It's Cold Outsiden , 47 Busltr tlmll lolirislowri grime january H, 1951 0h well, even the best teams drop NANCY I.. IIORNBEIKCEIR . . . Bu.s-inc.s's Erlueu- lion . . . was in Mr. l3ohn's chorus her sophomore xear and in Nliss Eberlt-'s chorus her iunior vear . . . is partial to basketball, spaghetti, and Eng- lish . . . delests snooty people . . . wants to travel alter graduation. NANCY M. IIOHTON . . . General . . . Nancy participated in chorus her senior vear . . . otten heard saving 'iYou know ity' . . . indulges in French fries, chicken . . . pet peeve is untidy bovs . . . would like to become a telephone op- erator. KA'l'llLlClCN IIUUSLEY . . . College Prep . . . Kathv VVLIS a maiorette all three vears . . . sang in the chorus . . . participated in animal show her iunior vear . . . eniovs swimming, dancing, skating . . . would like to become a nurse after graduation. XVILLIANI D. IIOVVELL . . . Hu.s-ine.s'x l'fclucrllion . . . Vl'ink takes pleasure in swimming. hiking, fishing . . , was a member of the lfellowship Club . . . his hohbv is plastic models . . . relishes chicken, watching television . . . would like a navv career after graduation. 'l'llONlAS YV. HUGHES . . . College Prep . . . 'l'om was vice-president of Bovs' Federation his senior vear . . . varsity football halfback all tlu'ee vears . . . sang in a Cappella his senior vear . . . president of Young Life Club his iunior and senior years. ltOl3lClt'l' llUCllEY . . . Vocational . . . Bob plaved in intramural sports his sophomore and senior vears . . . has a liking for spaghetti, swim- ming, Mickev Spillane . . . is irritated bv wise guys . . . guns are his hobbv , . . often heard saving "Let's face it.'l IACK C. ICKES . . . College Prep . . . Ickv was president ol' his home room his senior vear . . . plaved intramural basketball all three vears . . . lli-Y member iunior and senior vears . . . basket- ball manager all three vears . . . is vexed by show-oH's. SALLY L. ICKES . . . Business Eclueution . . . Ickv was in Intramural Sports Club, president her senior vear . . . Pvramid Club iunior and senior vears . . . plaved basketball and was cap- tain her iuaior vear .. . member of FBLA senior Vcilr. DIANE P. INILEH . , . General . . . Dilv takes pleasure in football, roller skating, steak, and French- fries . . . cannot endure big wheels . . . listens to reeords in her spare time . . . prefers Dragnet, English . , . pet expression, "You don't sav. FLOYD NV. INILER . . . Vocational . . . is par- tial to the Arthur Godfrey show on TV and the works of Edgar Allan Poe . . . enjoys baseball and mathematics . . , hopes to become a cabinet maker after he graduates. ALFRED E. lNCllAM . . . Vocational . , . Doc likes to spend his time working on cars . . . rel- ishes spaghetti . . . prefers lohn VVavne . . . fa- vorite subiect is shops . . , women are his pet peeve . . . takes a special interest in football. B. IEAN lltVIN . . . Business Education . . . lean was home room president her sophomore vear . . . knits and listens to records in her spare time . . , annoved bv late people . . . likes Louis Brom- Held , . . plans on doing office work after gradu- ation. EDXVARD I. IANNETTA . . . General . . . Bar- dahl is pleased with French fries and steak . . . no taste for people who are stuck up because of monev importance . . . declares baseball his fa- vorite sport . . . ardent Dragnet fan . . . hopes to ioin the Air lforee. DONNA C. IOIIN . . . General . . . takes a fancv to steak and French fries. roller skating, dancing . . . disgusted bv eonceited people . . . often heard saving "You know it" . . . prefers English, basketball . . . plans on becoming a telephone operator after graduation. "I Cet a Kick out of You" l 48 I954 a game once in awhile. S E I 0 R S I lornherl I lorton llouslev I lowell I lughes llughev Iekes, Ielces, S. Iinler, IJ Ilnler. F. Ingham Irvin annetta ohn ohnson ohnston ones arkaskv fantner arle Jer i 1 NI. IOYCE IOIINSON . . . Georgr:-Bz1l'r1eii . . . loyee was in the Pyramid Cluh her junior vcar partieipatecl in iutralnural hazlininton her sopho- more year . . . has an aversion to people who are late . . .hopes to heeome a nurse after graduation. DIXIE L. IOIINSTON . . . Bll.S'IllK'S,S' Etlucution . . . was in a Cappella senior year . . . Pyramid Club ineinher junior year . . . Y-Teener sophomore Vl'ill' . . . takes a fancy to pizza pie, swinnning, English . . . cletests liars . , . often hearcl saving "You know Whvf, CLARA A. IONES . . . Bu.s'ine.s-.s' Ezlzleafimi . . . jonesv plaved intramural sports sophomore year . . . eannot enclure lioisterous people . . . takes pleasure in apple pie, hasliethall. eheinistrv . . . enjoys reading, especially the works of james Street . . . wants to heeoine a nurse. BENITA M. JORKASKY . . . B1l.s'ii1c.s's lirlueulion , . . Beany Was in FBLA, Quill and Seroll, Ilorse- shoe staff her junior and senior years . . . Ushers' Club senior year . . . litera1'y editor of Mountain Eeho three years . . . served on the Senate senior vear. RICIIARD I. KANTNER . . . College Prep . . . president of his sophomore elass . . . plavecl in the hand for three years . . . in oreh-estra junior Vear . . . eleetecl to the senate three years, viee- presiclent his junior year . . . going to college. IOIIN B. KARLE . . . VOCIIHOHIII . . . johnny has a liking for haseluall, pizza pie, and raclio shop . . . his holzlzy is photography . . . likes to repair TV and raclios in his spare time . . . wants to join the Air Foree anfl take up raclio work. l954 S E I 0 R S No more eating in the auditorium wi' Xin Kusnn Kvvuli Ki-istt-1' Kvllvx' Kvllivin' Kvnnur Ki-nsingvr K4-rns Km-sslvr Kclrow Kilvlvr Kiinvs King KlSl'l' Kling Knotts. D. Knotts, Nl. Knutson Koi-lwr Kopp IANIICS SKASUN . . . Cfollwgi' Prvp . . . Iiin was ISARBAHA li. KICLLICY . . . c:1'Ul',Lfl'-Bfll'lll'lI . . . lionn- room pra-siilm-nt his soplioniorm- vc-ur . . , Burlu was vlmirnmn ol Girls l.t-aigiiv lilmirv coin- rainlxs plnvsics aincl lmslwtlmll us luvoritvs . . . iniltc-1' . , . lwlongt-tl to Uslwrs Club iunioi' :intl cure-s lor pliotogmpln' :intl nu-lu-rv . . . ottc-n sc-nior vt-au's . . . liiglilv l'l'gLlI'llS lfmilk Yvrlwis In-tml SklYlllQ,. Mllvv, cltul . . . plains to go to lnoolxs . . . itlolizvs 'l'onv Curtis . . . slnulclm-rs 1-ngim-1-ring school. ut com-4-itwl lmoys . . . ai luturv nursv. ISAIHSANA . KICICCII . . . Clr'm'rul . . . Barb RONALD li. KlClXllCNY . . . CUHf'f'l' Prvi . . . . ' - P' - ,mug in N113 Bulmg pllm-H5 In-f ilmim' and gi-,lim Km-in pluvvcl guaircl in lionn- rooin lmskotlmull lor Wm-S . I . St.,-U11 as Sm.,-vmm. of spuim. hmm. mum tlirct- vc-au's . . . lists lJl'illI'l'll't and nuttin-llintws . . . fum-ii-s 4-liili von L'1ll'lll' . . . tlvligllts in waltcli- at mph ' ' ' 5lwm5,5lmHf mm' ljlmlllm lmwlmll . . A Q . . , . . . inulws ll colli-4-tion ot bust-lmll pu-t1n'm-s . . . mg tin- Loini-clv lloui . . . Llvta-sts coinpltnnts. . ,Q -. rt-lislivs lfn-nt-li truss, l.lCAll li. Kl'ilS'l'l'1ll . . . Collvfft' l'rr'v . . . Li-v ,. . , , , A I h 1 . , . " U 1- Y IUDIIII A. Kl'.NNlul1 , . . I3i1.virlv.ss lurliivulnm tailws plcaisim- in uzltulnng llallnnulx llu-utlm' on ,,. . . . ,rv lx t. Y ., I l I . . . luclx' lwlongocl to X-In-1-ns inniox' :intl sc-moi' ' ' ' fills HIM llfln llllllflsl lu' lu vvzlrs . , . is irrltuti-Ll ln' 4-onct-itt-cl pt-oplv . . . sopnino xoiut- to ii 'Luppvln lunioi um Sl'!H.Ol id01iZl.S lynn, Mm-tin and li.,,,.v Lvwig . . . pm.- W'1ll'S - - - II'l'Hll'1'l' of SUHIUI' N4'Nlf'l - - - IIUPPS lm' ticipnti-ml in illiflllllllllll sports soplioinorc- :incl iun- ll nursing L-.m-1-r. ior vc-au's . . . clvliglits in claim-ing. 50 New Lunch Periods The cafeteria has room and food for all. Jfmmla, 20, 1954 A H. XVILLIAM KENSINCER . . . General . . . Bill often watches Red Buttons on TV . . . mem- ber of the band . . . played home room basket- ball . . . has a liking for steak . . . takes a fancy to john Wlayne . . . enjoys P.O.D. class. XVILLIAM S. KERNS . . . Business Education . . . Bill played the violin in orchestra junior and senior years . . . takes an interest in business law and bowling . . . john Wayne is his man . . . relishes steak . . . plans to join the Navy. MAUREEN A. KESSLER . . . College Prep . . . was a cheerleader for three years . . . loves to bake . . . belonged to Y-Teens . . . sang in chorus junior year . . . fancies swimming and basketball . . . is pained by catty people . . . future plans include college. HARRY L. KETROW . . . General . . . Kett keeps repeating "Look outv . . . steak and Frencli fries are a must . . . is annoyed by flighty girls . . . intends to travel after graduation . . . de- clares Robert Frost favorite author . . . ardent john XVayne fan. LOLEDA R. KIBLER . . . Business Education Corky helped in the nurse's office . . . adores lohn Wayne and baseball . . . enjoys oflice prac- tice . . . often goes dancing and roller skating . . . is partial to chili con carne and apple pie. DOROTHY L. KIMES . . . Business Education . . . Dotty is vexed by conceited people . . . often says "Gee whiz" . . . takes an interest in mathematics . . . idolizes Charlton Heston movies . . . relishes steak and French fries . . . wants to do clerical work. IANET M. KING . . . George-Barden . . . jan sang in chorus for two years . . . abhors late people . . . fancies eheeseburgers . . . takes an interest in photography and chemistry . . . laughs at jerry Lewis . . . keeps repeating "Here we go" . , hopes to be a florist. MARY L. KISER . . . Business Education . . . has an aversion to conceited people . . . indulges in pizza pie . . . is pleased with Alan Ladd . . . names Pearl Buck as favorite author . . . thinks English and baseball are tops . . . enjoys dancing. IOSEPH K. KLINC . . . College Prep . . . played home room basketball . . . often heard saying "Is that riglitiw . . . delights in ham . . . rates the Comedy Hour and chemistry as favorites . . . loves all sports . . . would like to attend college. DONALD H. KNOTTS . . . Vocational . . . Don was center on home room basketball team . . . takes an interest in hunting and fishing . . . has a liking for john NVayne . . . delights in eating steak . . . wishes to enter the plumbing trade. MARY R. KNOTTS . . . George-Barclen . . . served on hall patrol sophomore year . . . mem- ber of Pyramid Club junior year . . . made happy by French fries and steak . . . disgusted by show-offs . . . looks forward to a nursing career. E. CHARLES KNUTSON . . . Vocational . . . Red often watches Howdy Doody on television . . . derives pleasure from baseball . . . goes wild over Marilyn Monroe . . . indulges in hamburgers . . . keeps repeating "You know why" . . . enjoys Mickey Spillane . . . hopes to work in Philadelphia. HELEN L. KOCHER . . . College Prep . . . was literary editor of Mountain Echo senior year . . . member of Usher's Club and Academy of Science senior year . . . belonged to Quill and Scroll junior and senior years . . . sang in a Cap- pella. DONNA J. KOPP . , . Business Education . . . Duchess belonged to Y-Teens junior and senior years . . . has a liking for fried chicken . . . takes pleasure in horseback riding . . . cannot endure conceited people . . . hopes to work in an office. K "It's Only Make Believev 51 G. E. Ilouse of Magic Show zfammfg, s, 1954 The G. E. Show demonstrated Wonders to come- MARY KONVALCZYK . . . George-Barrlen . . . Mary was active on TAP . . . home room repre- sentative junior year . . . member of Miss Eberle's chorus . . . chooses table tennis as her favorite sport . . . goes wild over fried chicken. LEO T. KOWALSKI . . . Vocational . . . Leo was home room president and played basketball during his sophomore and iunior years . . . en- joys fishing . . . loathes dull companions . . . declares Burt Lancaster his favorite movie star . . . relishes turkey. MARIORIE R. KRAPE . . . Business Education . . . Marioric prefers French fries to any other food . . . detests people without manners . . . takes an interest in reading and dancing . . . loves watching Rock Iludson perform . . . pet expression is "He goofedf' NANCY I. KRAPE . . . Business Education . . . Nancy sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus junior year and in Miss Eberle's chorus senior year . . . says playing records is her favorite pastime . . . en- ioys hamburgers and French fries . . . headed for Bell Telephone. KENNETH M. KUHN . . . College Prep . . . sometimes answers to Koony . . . played drums in the concert and marching band all three years . . . also played in orchestra iunior and senior years . . . executive committee member . . . played football first two years. GENE R. KYLE . . . General . . . Gene lists his pet peevc as women drivers . . . delights in eat- ing spaghetti . . . often seen watching Dragnet . . . finds Audie Murphy is great entertainment . . . enioys lmnting . . . claims gym as favorite sport. ANN L. KYPER . . . George-Barclen . . . partici- pated in Fellowship Club three years . . . lists her favorite pastime as dancing . . . relishes fried chicken . . . takes much, much pleasure in watch- ing Iohn VVaync . . . plans to become a nurse. LOUISE A. LACANELLA . . . General . . Lou sang in Miss Eberle's chorus two years . . . lists swimming as her favorite pastime . . . French fries are her favorite food . . . cannot endure people who are late . . . hobby is dancing. L. PEARL LAIRD . . . General . . . Pearl sang in Mr. Bohnls chorus all three years . . . detests people who talk a lot . . . cnioys football and dancing . . . delights in watching TV . . . in- tends to be a telephone operator. VIRCIL LAMAUR . . . College Prep . . . Virge was a member of German Club during his iunior year . . . participated in track during iunior and senior years . . . enioys watching Marilyn Monroe . . . lists mathematics as favorite sub- iect . . . intends to become an engineer. IAMES E. LANDIS . . . College Prep . . . lim was a member of the band all three years . . . takes an interest in basketball . . . relishes chick- en . . . girls irritate him . . . likes to watch the Comedy Ilour . . . desires to become a dentist. MARY M. LANG . . . Business Education . . . home room treasurer . . . lists dancing as favorite pastime . . . eniovs Watching TV . . . pet ex- pression is "Oh brother" . . . adores Burt Lanc- aster . . . chooses English as favorite subiect . . . loves to eat steak. FRED L. LANGEH . . . General . . . favorite pastime is radio work . . . is partial to history . . . eniovs collecting models . . . reads books by Stephen Meader . . . takes a great interest in football . . . intends to ioin the Navy. GERALD E. LANGGUTH . . . General . . . Ierry participated in intramural sports . . . en- ioys watching Dick Powell . . . relishes mathe- matics . . . greatest pleasure is playing baseball . . . detests people who are late . . . loves steak and potatoes . . . favorite author, Bill Mauldin. "That Old Gang of Mine" '52 l954 but not how to pay for them. S E I 0 R S Kowulcxvk Kowalski Krupc, NI, Krupv. N. Kuliu Kvlm- Kvpvr Luguiu-lla Luircl Lu Xlzuu' Lzuulis Lung Lilllgvl' Lrmggutli Lauitz lAllltll'l' Lvulwv Lu' Lvlivr l,L'0llill'll IEANNINE M. LANTZ . . . Collvgc Prep . . . HARRIET E. LEE . . . COUQQL' Prep . . . tl't'llSlll'l'l' Noe-iivv was at mvmlwi' of Y-Tvvus and ai Cap- of Girls, Lvuglu- during junior your . . . participant- pvllu . . . clivvr It-ada-r illlliill' and su-nior Vcnrs cd in u Cappella two yours . . . uwiulwr of TAI' . . . uivmlx-r of Uslit-rs, Club two vcurs . . . vicv- und Ushers' Club . . . pu-siclc-11t of Y-'ll-viis sopho- pn-siclcllt ot lIOlIlC room scuior vc-ur. more your . . . liolmlmy is drawing . . . lu-zulu-cl for 1 , I BARBARA A. LANTZEH . . . Collvgc' Prvp . . llc' ll' Burlw was ll Illl'llll3l'1' of Y-'ll-L-11s two vcars . . , NATHAN K. LEIIER . llllfllfftllllll . . . tnlws purlin-iputr'cl in Youlli Fc-llowfxliip ut lwr L-liurcli 17l4'il5U1"',iU lWIl'UtiUg and fmiillg - - - lim ,lfllli Lflll- I I I mkvs Im iI,tt.l-wt in Cooking I I I pct vxprps- clou a1sItuvor1tv author . clctvsts conIc-citvcl girls sim! is --fu think about it" I I I fm,m.m, pllstima . tluuks lam' Rusgvll great l'I'lt1'I'tkllllIlll'Hl . . . IIIIIICIIWI cmoys dancing . . . fum-ics Red Buttons . . . favor- M itm- toocl, lizuuburgcrs. . I. 5 . , I, F , , I . CII l IU,lJltltlClx LLAIll,lI . . . Y Olllflfflllll . , . ADAM CI LEONARD I I I CIIHIIIIII PIICII I I I IIIIIIIIIS l'Il'll wus il lllCllll70l' of Ili-Y Clulw . . . pluyccl III.. I. fl Y . I Q I-III .h t,, ,tm lg.-k -tlr ll -mtl lootlmll . . . cxrovs 1'Q'llClil1 I . . . tl lhlfolllb ' ' i, K3""'tf hu Hu- ls- Hgolllllm. ll h ' ' ,HS LI ", ' I 5,-I 5' - klillllllvh juuivs Sfl'NVil1l' and C,. S. lrou-ata-1 . . . u luvoritv toocl, stvuk uncl l'rvuc'l1 fries . . . rclislu-s Spaghetti and nwutlmjl addict I I I mwm- Inissvs ixllll Nlillvr . . . L-luiuis Jack London us fzivoritc YUl,'A5k,-cl Fm- It fm TV I I I guing to study mlgin, alutlior. ' ' L'CI'lllf2,' in L-ollc-gc-. 53 I954 S E I 0 R S A rich sense of humor softens rt? Lit-htm-nfvls Liclwc-ll Light Lightncr Lilly Llovcl Lockaircl Locki- Long. D. Long, Long, R. Loosv Lvnch Lvtlv, llnvnioncl Lvtlv, llicllzlrtl fXlcBrooni NlcCorcl McCov BiL'Cftl4'lit'll McCri-aulv Kl'iNNlf'l'il E. LICllTENl"ELS . , , Vllf'lIff0lllli XVALTER I. LIGIITNER . . . Cilllllxllt' Prvp . . . . . Kun lists Drugnct as favorite- TV progrznn Plllljl0W1lS ai nicnihcr of lmncl amd orclicstru . . . . . . pot vxprc-ssion is "Host for von" . . . cnioys spa-cinlizm-cl in lmritonc and lfwiicli horn . . . watching Nlnrilvn Nlonrov . , . tl:-tn-sts twicliws English class St'L'l'0ttll'V . . . lovcs friocl cliickvn who nlwaivs tnlk , . . is pnrtinl to sta-nk uncl . . . lists Inc-lc London ns fnvoritv nuthoi' . . . l"ri-nc-li fric-s . . . int:-ncls to do tanning, hope-s to go to Colle-gc. DONALD XV. LIDXVELI .... Vmwtional . . . RONALD F. LILLY . . . Gi'ncmI . . . Ron snvs Bill loutln-s stnvk-np girls , . . inclnlgvs in chili Icrrv L1-wis is his fnvoritv nioviv star . . . cmws con Cilflll' . . . hns in liking for hunting and fishing pork chops . . . cnioys llltlflll'll12ltiL'S . . .tnkm-s un . . . fuvoritt 'l'V progrinn is llrngm-t . . . is look- inte-rm-st in hunting . . . claims I Low Lncv is his ing forwiml to gvtting ai ioh. luvoritv TV progrann. lIlCLl'fN ll. LlUll'l' . . . Collvgr' Prvp . . . nioxn- CAROL L. LLOYD , . . Cvcn'gU-Hrl1'f1z'n . . . lu-r ol' lfvllowship Clnlm all thru- vvnrs . . . took inc-nilmur of ai Caippvlln tlirct' vvnrs . . . lists Tonv nctivv part in chorus , . , vniovs runnlinq . . . is Curtis as hor tnvoritt- inovim- stan' . . . niiulc- hnppx' pnrtizil to Spanish . . . clvlisglits in waitcliiing Thu luv Frm-m-li frics anal niilk shnkvs . . . pot pcm-vc Lita- of llilc-y . . . linnilmrgcrs and Frvnuli trim-s is conccitf-cl pc-oplv . . . lows talking, on thi- c-onnoisss-nr phono. 54 the head so good ideas can sink in Rev. Slep's message to Girls' League and Boys, Federation Felzruary 18, 1954 N. GLENN LOCKARD . . . Business Education . . . takes a fancy to American history . . . often plays baseball after school . . . enjoys fishing . . . declares spaghetti is delicious . . . likes to collect coins . . . lists Dragnet as favorite radio program. CLAIR L. LOCKE . . . Vocational . . . passes the time by watching television . . . enjoys his- tory . . .takes an interest in .john Wayne . . . drools over fried potatoes . . . pet peeve is wise guys . . . lists baseball as favorite sport. DONNA R. LONG . . . Business Education . . . sings in church choir . . . member of Miss Eberleis chorus . , . that wav about Dean Martin . . . loves spaghetti . . . favorite sport, football . . . declares I Love Lucy is her favorite TV program. IACOUELIN I. LONG . . . General . . . jackie was home room secretary junior year . . . English class president senior year . . . took part in Girls, League as chairman of art committee senior year . . . took an interest in chorus all three years. RONALD E. LONG . . . Vocational . . . Ronnie collects matchbook covers . . . lists Rock Hudson as favorite movie star . . . passes the time by watching TV . . . pet peeve is bossy girls . . . relishes steak . . . likes mathematics . . . enjoys football. IOIIN C. LOOSE . . . College Prep . . . played clarinet in band and orchestra all three years . . . active member of Academy of Science his senior year . . . reads Edgar Allen Poeis works . . . cares for golf . . . chemical engineering his goal. THOMAS A. LYNCH . . . College Prep . . . Tom took an active part in DeMolay . . . member of the English department play cast his senior year . . . pet expression is "You know ith . . . loves steak and French fries . . . thinks Barbara Stan- wyck is tops. RAYMOND F. LYTLE . . . Vocational . . . Lists Dragnet as his favorite TV program . . . pot peeve is English teachers . . . enjoys mathematics . . . says Marilyn Monroe is tops . . . "XVow, how about it?" is his pet expression . . . intends to join the Navy. RICHARD P. LYTLE . . . College Prep . . . Dick was a member of Hi-Y Club . . . played intramural basketball . . . is annoyed by nosy people . . . favorite subject is mathematics . . . thinks john VVayne is all right . . . takes an in- terest in swimming. IOAN E. McBROOM . . . George-Barden . . . member of Pyramid Club for two years . . . par- ticipated in intramural sports as captain of bas- ketball . . . likes john Wayne . . . enjoys the Hit Parade . . . pet expression "You know" . . . art is also a favorite. MALCOLM A. MCCORD . . . Vocational . . . lists printing as his favorite subject . . . fond of baseball . . . enjoys skating . . . takes an interest in trapshooting . . . thinks Audxqij Murphy is great . . . Watches The Big Picture on TV . . . intends to join the Army. CAROLYN M. MeCOY . . . George-Burden . . . Toots servcd as home room treasurer during her sophomore year . . . sang in chorus for two years . . . delights in eating pot pic . . . pet peevc is tardy people . . . intends to become a nurse. D. FAYE MCCRACKEN . . . Business Ezlueation . . . likes skating . . . thinks Donald O,Connor is tops . . . pet expression is "How about that?', . . . passes the time by going to baseball games . . . likes hamburgers and French fries . . . loathes homework. DAVID F. MCCREADY . . . College Prep . . . Dave played in the orchestra and band . . . plays in local dance bands . . . vice-president of English class all thiee years . . . thinks jack Palance is great entertainment . . . intends to study medi- Cllle. "If I'd Known You W'ere Cominm 55 '1 alc nt Show March 3 1954 Songs, dances, twirlers and Seven Sad Saxes ARLENE I. MCCULLOCH . . . Business- Educa- tion . . . Arlene takes an interest in bookkeeping . . . is often heard saying "I like it" . . . enjoys watching lane Russell and Red Buttons . . . de- tests irresponsible people . . . plans to work at Bell Telephone. SIIELDON D. MCDONALD . . . College Prep . . . played trombone in the orchestra, band, and also in a dance band for three years . . . among his favorites are Comedy Hour, music, English, and basketball . . . plans to go to college. MARJORIE I. McDOVVELL . . . College Prep . . . Margie played the viola in orchestra for three years and in string quartet one year . . . color guard in band senior year . . . enjoys Arthur God- frey, English, pizza pie, spaghetti, and jeff Chandler. SARAH D. MCCEE . . . College Prep . . . McGee sang soprano in a Cappella three years . . . member of Y-Teens . . . treasurer of Iunior Acad- emy of Science senior year . . . on the executive committee . . . secretary of Fellowship Club jun- ior year . . . enjoys books by Faith Baldwin. M. CAROL MCCIRK . . . College Prep . . . Carol was our well-known head majorette for the past two years . . . served in the senate senior vear . . . member of a Cappella, TAP, and Ushers' Club two years . . . cannot endure snobbish people. ROBERT C. McKIBBEN . . . College Prep . . . Tubby played clarinet in band sophomore and iunior years . . . delights in watching Comedy Hour and eating steak and French fries . . . has a liking for Iames Mason, swimming, and history. THEODORE L. MCKILLIP . . . College Prep . . . Ted belonged to the DeMolay one year . . . would like to take up radio in the Navy . . . pet expression "Wise up" . . . takes a fancy to pizza pie, Rock Hudson, and baseball. MARGARET M, MCMULLEN . . . George-B011 den . . . Marg was in Mr. Bohn's chorus sopho- more and senior years . . . in Ushers' Club and secretary of home room two years . . . loyal mein- ber of Y-Teens for three years . . . gets a bang out of chemistry . RONALD E. MCNEAL . . . Vocational . . . hobby and favorite pastime is hunting . . . passes much of his time eating steak and watching sports . . . enjoys reading Mark Twain's books . . . plans to go into the plumbing field. NANCY G. MCOUADE . . . Business Education . . . home room president sophomore year . . . could watch Hit Parade and Charlton Heston any time . . . favorite subject salesmanship . . . can be heard saying Wow . . . loves to dance and listen to records. M. CAROLINE MACE . . . George-Burden . . . Caroline was representative of Girls' League senior year . . . in chorus sophomore and senior years . . . fond of spaghetti and bacteriology . . . detests people who are late . . . in spare time playing pingpong and enjoys dancing. EDVVARD L. MADDEN . . . General . . . Cat participated in home room and church basketball . . . played federation baseball four years . . . president of cooking club . . . is often heard say- ing "Whit is it with you?" . . . highly regards mathematics, dancing, baseball. IOHN H. MADDEN . . . Vocational . . . prefers football as favorite sport . . . can be found loaf- ing, sleeping, or watching Comedy Hour . . . has a liking for lohn Wayne and fried steak . . . enjoys mathematics . . . plans to be a draftsman. VVILLIAM F. MAIER . . . Vocational . . . Willie was pitcher for Second Ward Iunior Federation team . . . participant in the National Amateur Baseball Tournament . . . active center in non- scholastic basketball . . . relishes steak, mathemat- ics, baseball, and Martin Kane. "The Touch of Your Hands" 56 l954 star i11 AHS's Talent Scout Show. S E I 0 R S Meffulloeh Nh-Donald McDowell ML-Gee Nleflirk N leliihlien Meliillip Meh I ullen McNeal Mc-Quacle Maee Maclclen, E. Madden, I. Maier Malonev Mauna Marehvshvn Marcus Nlarkel Martino IANET T. MALONEY . . . Business' Ecluerlfion . . . lan icloliztes Tonv Martin . . . favorite pastime is writing letters . . , eniovs Watching wrestling aucl eating spaghetti and meatballs . , . cannot endure people who are alwavs late . . . savs "You hetter hacli' often. RALPH Z. MANNA , . . Buxiuc.s'.s' Eflueufion . . . eniovs reading Daphne Du Maurier . . . eolleets eufl' links as hohhv . . . takes pleasure in tennis, golf, and Freueh . . . annovecl hv Hekle people . . . lakes time to wateh Auclrev llepburn and Toast of tht Town. MARGARET' MAHCIIYSHYN . . . College Prep . , . Margie swoons over Roek lluclson . . . often exelaims "flee Whizu . . . plans to work for Bell Telephone . . . names French as top suhieet . . . has a liking for Arthur Coclfrev, friecl ehieken, and sketching. SANDRA MARCUS , . . George-Barclen . . . Sandv cherishes Tonv Curtis . . . is irritated hy eoneeited people . . . savs "You goofeclu frequent- lv . . . eolleets as a hobhv . . . treats herself to Come-dv Hour . . , more than likes ehemistrv . . . plans a nursing eareer. LORRAINL E. MARKEL . . . College Prep . . . Rainie sang first soprano in Mr. Bohn's ehorus three years , . . ean he founcl watching I Love Luev . . . eats hamhurgers and French fries . . . eniovs skating, ehemistry, and reading Churchill. RONALD D. MARTINO . . . College Prep . . . Hon was on Mountain Echo sophomore and iunior vears . . . Hi-Y Cluh senior vear . . . active in lunior Church League and YMCA . . . secretary of home room sophomore vear . . . participant in intramurals three years. basketball I954 S E I 0 R S Something old, something new, something ".f'... Nlnttns hiilXilllUH NiilV Mn-gailinn Nivhniiic' Nlcihorn Xlvnglc- Mm-ntzcr, 1" xil'lltlt'l'. M. Mi-riili Niurritis Mcvvi' Nlichawl Min-koi. li. T Nlickvl, . Nliiior, D. Nliih-r, Xliilcr. K. Nliilcr, P. Niilicr. ii. IOSICPII C. NlA'l"l'AS . . . Cf'Ilr'r1l1 . . . Im' XVQRS BYRON C. MICCAIIAN . . . Xy0l'llfillHlII . . . By pri-sich-nt nl his lingiish ciussvs twin' . . . halt- highiv rvgurcls Iii-cl Buttons and Iohn XVQIVIIC . . . inih-r and high innipvr innior vom' . . . sqnuci is oftvn in-zn'ci saying "Yi-ii!" Know nhout that?" lc-nah-r in gyin . . . wont in ion' intmnni1'aii sports . . . insl mirixing nrnnnd is his pustinw . . . unmot . . . ionnrl Alun Lntici and Laine- Ura-v great cn- Q-mlm-U Sim-kqlp QMS h A . plum to l-Hu-r Nm-V. ll'l'iklillllll'llt. K. SUSANNIC NEIIAFITIE , . . Cnl1r'f'l' P1171 . . . UAH-1 11- MAXEMON - - - C"Hf'Hf' P"4'l' ' Simi! Sho pizwc-ci cn-llo in 0l'l'iN'Sll'2l th1'c-4-hx'cui's . . . Alun 'llftfiflff fiffi7Yll2,.i-llwif' Y"1f'f f A' ' VlL?"PrfiS-li sung alto in L1 Czippviis- thu-0 va-an's . . . llll'llli3L'l' Um U 'hi' ml 'li 5 Mflml FMU ' ' ' UNMIK of Ushm-rs' Club and TAP, junior :ind svnior yi-'urs on thi- Ivwish iNi1'lIl0l'lili Cmiilvr imskctimii tvzun - , . 1 . A U I 1 Q l . - ., , . . . . . AL-uclm-iiiy oi bum-iicu SUIIIOI your . . . tll'1l5llll'l . . . zlvtvll ln lznghsh Dm-purhnvnt plnv 15011101 F- YTN I Wm: o - uns. FRANKLIN C' MAY . . - CUHVU, 1,,.t,1, . I - l3lC'l"l'Y 'li BIICLIIAOHN- . .l .-l3'1l,s-i11r:.w.s- I'fclur'ution Corkv pinvm-Ll l"l'm-in-li horn in o1'ciicsi1'n innior j ' ' udnf' 'H llifmfllllll ivfllfs 5l""m WVU' ' - ' Yuri' and hand si-nior xi-an' . . . SilllliKil'l'S at con- lmhlllw 4111 5l71lLfiff'm ifllldh lllliifiiiillh - - -QYRIIWS cn-ili-cl ps-opiv . . . qichniri-5 IJ.-l,l,i, l1L.Vm,1d5 I . U Dii'1lSllI'L' in watching l'l1'vsich' ii102lt1'I' and lnstiivr 1-niovs roih-r skating and imskctimii . . . has ax lik- Nvilliilllw - - - '5.I7iU'H1ll tl' Swillllllillii, Siillfillil- ing for llrngfm-t :incl spaigliviti gvin . , . shrinks iroin coilci-ilml pvoph-. 58 Band C out 1 it borrowed, something blue, and plenty of brass and rhythm. ,ima-1. 19 19,4 DONALD E. MENCLE . . . College Prep . . . Ollicer of Delklolay . . . treasurer and president of home room sophomore year . . . president of MYF . , . active in YMCA and basketball . . . does woodworking in spare time , . . loathes tardv girls . . . delights in wrestling and hamburgers. FAYEANNE MENTZER . . . Busirzess Education . . . home room representative junior year . . . secretary of home room spohomore year . . . ex- claims "Oh, mv goshv quite often . . . highly re- gards jeff Chandler , . . dancing, swimming, steak, French fries, and shorthand rate high with her. M. ELLEN MENTZER . . . College Prep . . . Ellen was secretary of home room senior year . . . vice-president of home room junior year . . . Girls, League representative . . . enjoys reading Maureen Daly's works . . . detests mannerless boys . . . relishcs steak, history, and swimming. ROBERT MERILLI . . . College Prep . . . Bob can be found reading Carl Sandburg or watching Dollar a Second . . . takes an interest in Spanish and bowling . . . would like to be- come au elementary teacher . . . is vexed bv nosy people. CAROL L. MERRITTS . . . Business EIIUCIIHUII . . . member of Mr. Bohn's Chorus junior and senior years . . . top subject is office machines . . . takes .1 fancy to cooking spaghetti, Richard Nliidmark, and Comedy Hour . . . loves reading Somerset Maugham. KERNER K. MEYER . . . General . , . Pew played saxophone in band three years and in orchestra and dance band senior year . . . besides sleeping he likes Dragnet, sauerkraut, basketball, and bi- ology , . . active in intramurals three years . . . abhors show-offs. IANE I. MICIIAEL . . . Bu.s-ine.s-.s- Education . . . Mike lists office machines as favorite subject . , . cannot endure people who brag . . . finds the Comedy Ilour and john NVayne fascinating . . . Ushers' Club junior and senior years . . . exclaims "Gr-el" often. RONALD XV. MICKEL . . . Vflfllffllllllf . . . Ron- nie belongs to the Naval Reserves . . . enjovs steak and the late movie . . . is partial to swim- ming, baseball, Rock lludson, and printing . . , disgusted by people who moan . . . plans to be a printer. THOMAS M. MICKEL , . . V-UCIIHUIIIII . . . Tom finds The Big Story and Alan Ladd wonderful entertainment . . . gets a big kick out of foot- ball . . . is heard saying "NVhat's this?" . . . rel- ishes steak, potatoes, mathematics, and books by Shakespeare. DORIS I. MILLER . . . General . . . goes out for swimming and football . . . if not sleeping enjoys watching Hit Parade , . . thrilled by Rock Hudson . . . finds safe driving, chicken, and French fries tops . . . avoids conceited people. IOANNE D. MILLER . . . College Prep . . . Pokey was in Pyramid Club junior year . , . en- joys reading Gwen Bristow , . . Ushers' Club senior year . . . member of chorus sophomore and junior vears . . . indulges in swimming, ice skat- ing, and spaghetti . . . says "Goody frequently. KATIILEEN A. MILLER . . , GClJl',QL'-Bllf!Il'Il . . . Kathy takes a fancy to dancing, baseball, and football . . . cherishes Rock Hudson . . . delights in writing letters, watching wrestling, and Drag net . . . feeds on spaghetti, meatballs, and chick- en . . . plans to work, then get married. PIIYLLIS MILLER . . . ElfllL'!lffUll . . . gets pleasure from playing piano . . . would like to go to business school . . . has a liking for health, pork chops, and French fries . . . selects Louisa May Alcott for reading . . . enjoys Donald O'Con- nor. RICIIARD K. MILLER . . . Vocational . . . Dick treats himself to French fries . . , home room representative senior year . . . gets much enjoy- ment watching The YVeb . . . a baseball fan from away back . . . hopes to get into the truck- ing business. "Dragnet,, 59 First Day ef Spring iff.,-iff. 20,1954 ln the spring time the flower of youth R. LOUIS MILLER . . . General . . . Lou de- lights in collecting pictures . . . his favorite TV program is Show ol Shows . . . eniovs pizza pie . . . claims a girl who isn't reallv on time as his pet peeve . . . will ioin U.S.M.C. SONDRA MILLER . . . College Prep . . . Sal- lv helped with bulletin board displavs . . . was a inelnber of Y-Teens three vears . . . served as home room vice president senior vear . . . attended Slorv League . . . Wants to be a nurse. CAROL A. MITCIIELI ,... BllSlllt'-Y-S' Ellllt'llll0ll . . . was home room president senior vear . . . sang second soprano in Mr. Rohifs chorus iunior vear and in Miss lfberlels chorus senior vear . . . chooses l Love Luev as favorite TV program . . . wants to be a bookkeeper. L. THOMAS MITCHELL . . . Vlll'llfffJ1llll . . . Tom goes in for hooks bv Mark Twain . . , takes an interest in dancing, in skating. and in playing lootball . . . loves matliematics . . . relishes French tries . . . plans to go into the service. IOYCIC I. MOCK . . . Bu.sinc.ss Ellllfflllltlil . . . Sallv was home room representative in sophomore vear . . . active in Y-Teens sophomore and iunior vears . . . claims insineere people as her pet peeve . . . tvpist for llorseshoe staff senior vear . . . expects to become a stenographer. IOANNIC M. NIOORIC . . . George-Burden . . . Io is partial to ice cream . . . has needle Work as a liobbv . . . pet expression is "Good heavensn . , . plans to work for Bell 'l'elephone or go to business school . . , spends spare time in auto rides. ICSTIIICR I. MORGAN . . . Bu.s'ine.v.s' Iiclueution . . . lov spends her spare time listening to records . , . claims her pet peeve is slow people . . . idolizes Rock lludson . . . has a liking for Eng- lish . . . plans to get a job at State College. IACK M. MORGAN . . . Vocational . . . lack eniovs Dragnet . . . is often heard saving "I dare savi' . . . cares lor steaks . . . chooses shops as his favorite subject . . . idoliles Esther NVilliams . . . takes an interest in skating. ROGER I, MORGAN . . . Busine.s's Education . . . Rog names baseball and basketball as his favorite sports . . . relishcs ham and French fries , . . spends his sparc time plaving the organ . . . is annoyed bv tardy people . . . plans to attend college. RICHARD C. MORSE . . . College Prep . . . Dick was home room president senior vear . . . plaved guard in football two vears and was in intramural and independent basketball three vears . . . plans to take marine engineering and naval architecture in college. IOYCE A. XIOSER . . . College Prep . . . sang soprano in Miss Eberleis chorus and took part in Music Festival iunior vear . . . is partial to Peter Potterys Show . . . revcres Latin . . . loves swimming . . .expects to enter nurse's training. DONNA L. MOTTER . . . Business Education . . . sang second soprano in Mr. Bohn's girls' chor- us two vears . . . was secretary of English class junior vear . . . her liobhv is collecting pcnnants . . . dreams about Van Iohnson . . . wants to be a secretary. ROBERT I, MULLEN . . . College Prep . . . Moon plaved football and basketball three vears . . . participated in track iunior year . . . eniovs Shakespeare . . . treats himself to turtle soup . . . reallv interested in English . . . plans to attend college. KENNETII C. MUNDY . , . Bus-ine.s'.s Educa- tion . . . Ken plavccl intramural basketball two vears . . . was home room seeretarv iunior vear and home room representative senior vear . . . craves ham . . . has a liking for I Love Lucy. "Embraceable You" 60 is frequently a blooming idiot. I954 SE IDRS Miller, li, Nliller. S. Nlitelicll, C. A. Mitchell. L. Nlocli Moore Morgan. lf. Morgan. Alllllfilll. R. Morse Moser Moller Mullen Mundy Mlirpliv, B. A. 5 NI111-phv. N. Allll'l'1lY Xlvcrs, D. Xlvers, M. Vagle BARBARA A. MURPHY . . . College Prep . . . Murpli playccl tlie cello in tl1c orcliestra tliree vears . . . sang alto i11 a Cappella two vears . . . took part in lllllllltll sliow two years . . . claims llruce Alill'Sllllll as favorite a11tl1or . . . plans to attencl college. NED K. MURPHY . . . College Prep . . . plavecl Lfnartl in liome room lwasketlnall two years . . . as a llll'Illl3l'1' of the YMCA, lic plavecl Innior League Baslqetlmall lllflxi' vears . . . plans to e11list in tlie Air l"o1'ce. ROBERT C. MURRAY . . . Vocational . . . Bolu is tonal of l'll'i'llL'll fries . . . claims favorite actress is 'llt'I'I'V Moore . . . takes pleasure in plaving footlmall . . . chooses Micliev Spillane as l1is fa- vorite 1111tl1o1' . . . eniovs tlie Comeclv Hour. DON C. MYERS . . . CJUIICIYII . . . it appallecl luv conceitecl people . . . is often lieartl saving "Gee lmovu . . . is partial to Spanish . . . iclolizes lane Russell . . . takes pleasure in lnmting . . . claims Dragnet as favorite TV prograni. MARILYN I. MYERS . . . B11.sii10.s'.s' Ellllfllfltlll . . . served as a typist o11 the llorseslioe staff two vears . . . regards Lloycl C. Douglas liiglilv as lier fa- vorite autlior . . . Betty llutton rates tops as l1e1' tavorite movie star . . . would like to lmecome 11 secretarv. FRED E. NACLE . . . College Prep . . . Barnev plavecl tlie percussion in tlie liancl tlircc vears and i11 orchestra two vears . . . spends sparc time liunting :incl fisliing . . . collects stamps as ll liolilw . . . plans to take llp llOI't'Sl'l'V. l954 S E I 0 R S The moving fingers writes, and having wut, SYINIA A. NASH . . . c:l'Ul",Ql'-BllI'lll'll . . . Pill'- lic-ipatm-cl in intrannu'al sports . . . was also a hast- in l,Vl'itllliil Cluh , . . sang alto in Nlr. Rohn's shorus . shouts "Rox-ol1'l1ox"' . . . lilws Arthur Cocllrvv, listhvr NVilliains, rollvr skating. Cll'1OltCllC li. NASSIIV . . . Collrggr' I'rr'p . . . soc- rc-tarx' ol' his sophomore- anml junior hoinc rooln , . . honn- rooxn i'vprusv11tatix'v as a junior . . . In-rrv l.1-wis, trim-cl cliiclit-11, haskc-thall ratr' a "Y0a Klan" . . . plans to attc-url nn-clical school ill'ti'l' graduation. XY. lll'iltRlCR'l' Nlilflf . . , X"U!'lIfitHllll . . , a Iohn XVavm' xnau lh-rh is partial to Swiss str-ali.. hast'- lmall, ahgvhra. plane- +11-onn'trx' . . . Voice- ol Firm'- slonm- ratvs high . . . plavs a hanio . . . hlows up tit finding t-In-wiiw Quin on a clanc-it lloor. ' , ,-. A. FRANK NIXON . . . VUl'lIffOlllll . . . Bu lists his favoritt- on TV as Thi- Conwclv llour . Nash Nassit' Nt-if Nixon Noonan Norris Notaro O'Connor Ornvr Ovvr Page Parks Parson, C Parson, S Parsons ljt'1ll'L't' Pvarson Pvrrv l,l'il'l'lllAlll Pctcrs ti-h spvncls much tiun' on hast-hall hut still finds iilnv lor Frank c:l'illllllll,S hooks . . , is vagm-r to lM'COllll' an 1-lc-ctrivian. CAROL M. NOONAN . . . Gc'uz'l'ul . . . 1lIlllOX't'll hv show-oils . . . hut is inacl ahout Tom' Curtis . . . alt-tc-L-tivo storics, clancing. hathninton rank high . , . rr-lishvs inacaroni and clit-1-so . . . this future- hoinc-inalwr has a liking for arts ancl crafts. RONALD I. NORRIS . . . Vorrlfionul . . . a guard in illll'tlllIlll'tll haskvthall, Ron also has tilnc' tor vocational inathc'uiatiL's, sports in L1m'xn'ral, and driving . . . is a chuu-da-clun1-cla lan . . . si oil with uiou know it. H gns Report Curzls Nocemlver 13, january 28, 1954 makes us Wish We had studied harder. and func 9, 1954 MICHAEL E. NOTARO . . . Vocational . . . "VVho, me?', says Mike when accused of his fa- vorite pastime of sleeping . . . conceited people give him a pain . . . takes interest in stamp col- lecting, American history, baseball . . . wants to be a Navy man. CLAIR F. O'CONNOR . . . College Prep . . . Irish pitched AHS baseball in his sophomore and junior years . . . was guard on the basketball team those same years . . . member of Hi-Y as a senior . . , reads Iohn Tunis' sport novels. STEVE II. ORNER . . . Vocrltioruil . . . takes a fancy to Debbie Reynolds . . . is a football fan . . .frelishes ham . . . is intrigued with guns . . . okays history . . . enjoys movies . . . stuck-up people leave him cold . . . would like to travel after graduation. RONALD E. OVER . . . Vocational . . . played sophomore and junior intramural basketball . . . Skip is partial to spaghetti, French fries, pizza pie , . . likes shooting mark . . . OK's Dean Martin and Ierrv Lewis . . . applauds Colgate Comedy Ilour. DONNA L. PAGE . . . George-Burden .... sec- retary of her junior home room, Don also sang alto in Miss Eberle's chorus her last two years . . . shouts "Holy cow" at people who gossip . . . wishes to be a Navy Lab technician. NIARY I. PARKS . . . College Prep . . . who would forget Parksy as Iudy in "A Date With Indy" . . . secretary of Girls' League, also in a Cappella, lieutenant and captain of Ushers' Club, TAP, junior executive committee were among other activities. GERALD L. PARSON . . . College Prep . . . varsity basketball guard as a junior and senior . . . home room president and member of Hi-Y Club first two years, Ierry had time for English, turkey, Iohn VVayne . . . spouts off with "What else ?,, SHIRLYNE M. PARSON . . . Bits-ineS.s' lfrluca- lion . . . sang in Mr. Bohnis chorus . . . adores Coke Time with Eddie Fisher . . . dreams of Charlton Heaton . . . enjoys French fries, chick- en, basketball, Betty Cavanna's books . . . shrinks from disagreeable people . . . grades bookkeep- ing high. IOANN G. PARSONS . . . College Prep . . . Io was home room treasurer as a senior . . . a Y-Teen her sophomore and senior years . . , l . delights in TVs Robelt Montgomery Presents . . . makes much of French fried shrimp, clemistry, and Iean Simmons. DORIS I. PEARCE . . . College Prep . . . soprano in Miss Eberle's chorus and home room repre- sentative her sophomore year . . . Doris prizes Arthur Godfrey, Iohn VVayne, and Lloyd C. Doug- las, books . . , "Gee Whiz,', English, French fries, ttswinuning are other favorites. SHIRLEY A. PEARSON . . . College Prep . . . idolizes Stewart Granger . . . cannot endure pre- judiced people . . . checks in with "How about thatv . . . reads Bess Streetcr Aldrich's hooks . . . takes a fancy to Garry Moore on TV . . . plans to enter nurse's training. DONALD P. PERRY . . . College Prep . . . Perry played a French horn for orchestra and a trum- pet for hand his senior year and still found time for Dragnet, hamburgers, dancing . . . would like to become a minister . . . collects miniature dogs. CAROL A. PETERMAN . . . General . . . three years in a Cappella and Fellowship Club still left her time for cooking and playing ping-pong . . . boasts "1 can see it all nowi' . . . laughs at TV's I Love Lucy . . . loves music. NANCY I. PETERS . . . College Prep . . . Pete was a home room representative for three years . . . warblcd soprano in Miss Eberlc's and Mr. Bohn's choruses . . . indulges in spaghetti . . . this future nurse enjoys chemistry and adores Tony Curtis. " VVish You YVere Here" 4 653i l'Ir1.s'l1'r Vmwfion ,xpffl I5-19. ms: Together, Spring and Easter slowly came, but my' XIAIIY I. l'II.I'XlllI . . . Collrgr' Prvp . . . Nlnrv some-ml us honu- rooin ll't'ilSlll'l'l' svuior vc-ur . . . T worlu-ll iu uuzlin ollie-1' tIu't'i' Yours . . . in girls' lttmncluur olliu iunioi Xl u nninhu of Y 3 . L.. . 2... - . Im-ns sophomore- your . . . iunior honn- rooiu si-a'l'1'!ul'x'. NIIIIIANI I. PINE . . . Gc'o1'gz'-B1ll'clvn . . . Ilonn' room i't-pri-sm'iitntivv .ill thru- vvurs . . . sung in 'x Capps-Ilan sophoinoru vm-ur . . . :nr-inlwr ol Nlr. Iiohns chorus iuuior vm-air . . . 4-niovs swinuuing :lull howlinu . . . olitc-u wutvlu-s I Low- Lucv rw, S on IX. 1 II, A. I'IO'I'IlOXYSKI . . . IIIIKYIIIUIIIII . . I AL IN-Iro laik'-s plm-usurv in hunting uncl iootlmll . . . rvpr-nts "How nhout tIiut?'i . . . is purtiul to hoxing on TV . . . laik:-s an fuiivv to Inna- Ilussm-II . . . lists IIIZIIIIUIIIAIIICS us tops. FIIANK I'OI,IClNONIC . . . I'oc'11lion11I . . . Ifrunk highlx' i'c-quills I'frni4- I'x'h- . . . tukvs un inte-rc-st in in.itIu'nizitiL's . . . rc-Iishc-s stm-uk . . . vniovs lmoxinij, on 'IX' . . , Burt Lauicustm-1' uncl lmslwtliull im- huorilr-s . . . looks forward to thc plulnlmiug trzuhx XIICIIAICI. IIOLIUNONIQ . . . fIl'lIl'l'llI . . . Xlikn- plow-cl truuipct in lmncl null UfK'lIQ'SI.l'il for thru- vm-urs . . , ch-lights in rm-orcls . . . ins-inhi-r oi clinu huicl thru urs i 1 ' ' ' z -- 1 vw .' . . . ltl'llL'lpill0iI in nuinunl show sophouiorn' wulr . . . h-opvs to hu ii proh-ssionul IllllSlL'lilll. IIAIIIIAIIA I.. POOIINIAN . . . c:l'!Il',Lfl'ABlll'lIf'll Iiulms pnrliuiputr-cl in Xian' I"4-stivzrl Ilt'I' iunior vc-ur . . . uurinlmm-r ol' Nliss Iilir-i'Iv's chorus . . . UIIIIIIIS A. I. Cronin is hor luvoritr- uuthor . . . 1-uiovs iust wulking . . . cunt gn-t 1-nough swun- uiing . . . vujovs cooking class. 9'l'l"l'IIl"Y IIOII'I' ffollvffr' Prrp . . . Stow' wus st-nior 4-lass pri-sich-ut . . . nu-nilwr oi Quill ' 'or unml svnior va-urs . . , wrotc arncl Stroll pun I sports Ior Nlouutuiu I'ic'ho . . . iunior vursitv ovu- ' soihoniorr- xx-ur . . . Imss for an Cupvllu te-r in I tlirw' N1-urs. IACK IQ. IIIIINCLIC . . . IIIHYIIIIIIIIII . . . lurk tukc-s plvusurv in mi-ulmniuil drawing . . . un- iovs Ilohcrt Louis Stn-vm-lisoii und turlicv . . . zul- inircs Dull- ltohcrtsou . . . oftvn saws 'Wm-II, shut luv mouth" , . . looks forwurll to cnlisting in tht- Ariuv. LOUIS N. QUIGLICY . . . Vocational . . . Louie Iauiuics Il1lllIlDlll'Qt'l'S . . . gon-s in for nrclin-i'v . . . szlvs history is Qrvut stuff . . . colh-cts antique Lquns us ai hohlmv . . . Iohn NVuVnc- is his hov . . . oiituu lic-nrcl saving "Clit-ck" . . . hopvs to ioin Arun-cl lforccs. 'l'llEI.NIA A. IIABOIJD . . . Collvgjc' Prwp . . . 'I'h4'hnu hs-Iongc-fl to Y-'Il-ons sophoinorv uucl junior V1-urs . . . sung alto in Mr. Bohn's chorus us in junior . . . oftvu rr-urls hooks hv Bc-ttv Cuv- Llllllil . . . plains to cuter training at NW-st Pr-nn Ilospitul. RONALD It. IIA'I'II . . . Vllfllfffllllll . . . Hon tukvs ll igrz-ut intm-rvst in hunting und uutoiuohilvs . . . dvliights in wutcliing wrcstling on TY . . . plcusccl IW Lou Costa-llois until-s . . . lou-s to nttvucl thu- unto run-s-s . . . can cut turkvv unv- tiinv. IOSIQPII A. IIAY . . . College Prvp . , . Iot- pluvocl on thc- lmskl-tlmll vursitv during his se-uior Vvaxr . . . nu-nihcr of truck und vross 1-ountrv smpmcl iunior and sm-uior yours . . . sung in Cuppullu all tlirvc vvnrs . . . hope-s to Iw ai Llcntist. IIICIIAIID IIEIJDICK . . . ciIl'IIl'l'llI . . . Dick prizes his rm-corcl vollvctiou . . . playa-cl truiupvt in lmncl sophoniorc and iunior vm-urs . . . sorvt-cl its honim- room trvnsnrm-r sc-uior ya-zu' . . . rvlishcs stvnk and I"l'l'I1L'l1 frics . . . hopes to In-como u ruclio anuionncc-r. DONNA I.. IIICDDINC . . . Brmiizcxs Ifclzarutiori . . . It-ll' Clnuulh-r and I Lovv Lucv rutv tops . . . invniln-r of Nlr. IIohn's chorus svuior vc-ur . . . L-luiins English ns hor fnvorito suhivct . . . liuncivs spughc-tti nncl lIll'1lI hulls . . . wants to hc u rvr-I-ptionist. NIJZIIVITOIIUSII . 64 How swiftly both of them go! I954 SE IDRS Pile-ggi Pine Piotrowski Polignone. Polignone, Xl. l'oormau Port Pringle Quigley Rahold Rath Rav Reddieli Redding R lxc' tl. B. Reed, Reeder Reem Replogle, I Replogle, R if l l . s BEVERLY I. REED . . . General . . , Bev aeted as displav ease manager twiee . . . has a liking tor sat-ial studies . . . adores Stewart Granger . . . often watehes Coke Time on TV . . . enioys drawing and baseball . . . loves ehielien. SHIRLEY I. REED . . . George-Burden . . . Shirley is pleased with Montgomery Clift . . . often treats herself to spaghetti and meatballs . . . takes an interest in English . . . spends spare time daneing and skating . . . wishes to beeome a nurse. CHARLES ll. REEDER . . . IIOCIIHUII-III . . . Ruteh is partial to photography and John W'ayne . . . is annoyed by late people . . . delights in fried ehieken . . . eagerly reads books by Zane Grey . . . lists history and Dragnet as favorites . . . passes the time watehing TV. NADYA I. REEM . . . George-Burden . . . played intramural sports junior and senior years . . . served as secretary of junior English elass . . . member of Pyramid Club junior year . . . loathes Iealous people . . . hopes to enter nurses, training . . . passes time swimming. ll. IANE REPLOGLE . . . College Prep . . . Rep was president of Girls, League senior year . . . member of Academy of Seienee . . . sang alto in a Cappella . . . Senate and Y-Teen member three years . . . belonged to Usherls Club and ,. , IAI. RITA I. REPLOCLE . . . Bl!-YillC.S'.S' ElIllL'llffOl1 . . . Rita belonged to Pyramid Club Iunior vear . . . participated in intramural sports junior year . . . cheerleader during senior year . . . home room representative senior year . . . looks for- ward to becoming an ofliee worker. SE I0 R S The strings, brasses, Woodwinds and percussions F Il. NVlLl.lANl lil'lSSl,lCll . . . Collcgc' Prcp . . . Bill talics plcasurc in books bv llobcrt Slicrwootl . . . is botlicrctl by colcl icct . , . oftcn rcpcats "I clo clvclarcu . . . inakcs inucli of clicinistrv and stcak . . . wants to bc a clicinist. IANIC A. ltll0DlCS . . . Cc'or'gc-Harzlcn . . . lanic sang in cliorus iunior anal scnior vcars . . , tlis- gustccl bv tarclv pcoplc . . . fancics stcak and lfrcncli lirics . . . carcs for Doris Dax' . . . lcccps rcpcating "l'll cluc you" , . . ambition is to bc a nursc. SlIlllLl'IY l,. llllUNlC . . . C:L'Uf,11l'-B11ffllfll . . . Sliirl bclonigrcl to lfcllowsliip Club all tlircc vcars . . . likcs Ccrinan . . . lfrcncli frics arc licr fa- voritc loocl . . , is annoyccl bv latc pt-oplc . . . spcnrls licr sparc tinic listcning to inusic . . chorus nicnibcr two vcars. 66 Rcsslcr Rlioclcs lllionc llicliarclclla llicliarcls llifflc lligglc Rilcv llobcrtson lioclgcrs llolicr liollason lloinanowicz lloincrowicv lloulcr llowlancl ll uckingcr llupcrt I llupp llusscll l IAMES ll. RICHAIIDELLA . . . Vocational . . . takcs an intcrcst in football and boxing on TY . . . is plcasccl bv Burt Lancastcr inovics . . . cniovs niatlicinatics . . . bas a liking for stcali . . . liopcs to stunlv plivsical tlicrapv aftcr graduation. Nl. IANE HICIIARDS . . . l3i1.viricx.s- Ecluculion . . . Ianc was a incinbcr of FBLA . . , oftcn licarcl saving "Oli brotlicri' . . . talics a fancy to cbiclicn ancl Frlcncli frics . . . tlctcsts waiting lor pcoplc . . . tuturc plans incluclc sccrctarial work. lXlAliLENE M. llIl'1l"LE . . . Collcgc Pl'l'jl . . . scrvccl on nialic-up anal publicitv crcw for Englisli Dcpartnicnt Play . . . sang soprano in Miss libcrlcls cliorus . . . collccts Cliincsc iigurincs . . , itlolizcs Cliarlton llcston , . . lovcs books bv lrving lficlzls and social studics. Orchestra Concert wended their melodious way from Beethoven to be-bop. April 23, 1954 CAROL II. RICCLE . . . College Prep . . . Carol played viola in orchestra for three years . . . in- dulges in French fries . . . likes to watch wrest- ling on TV . . . takes an interest in all sciences . . . plans a career in nursing. COLLETTE A. RILEY . . . General . . . was home room president senior year . . . participated in chorus all three years . . . highly regards Carl Sandburg and Tony Curtis . . . abhors people who are always late . . . hopes to work at Syl- vama. BARBARA I. ROBERTSON . . . Business Edu- calion . . . Bobbi served as home room president junior year . . . played in intramural sports after school . . . often repeats "Hang it up" . . . col- lects ceramic figurines . . . wishes to work in an oflice before getting married. BARBARA A. RODCERS . . . Business Educa- tion . . . Barb looks forward to being a recep- tionist . . . blended her soprano voice in Miss Eherlcls chorus sophomore and iunior years . . . worked in nurse's oflice . . .4 loathes snobbish people . . . delights in French fries. C, ANN ROIIER . . . Business Education . . . Ann was a cheerleader all three years . . . be- longed to a Cappella and Ushers, Club senior vear . , . member of senior sextet , . . served as treasurer of Y Teens iunior veir rmks En flish .. . ,. J. . 5, as tops. CHARLES L. ROLLASON . . . College Prep . . . Pete played center and forward in intra- mural basketball . . . served as captain junior year . . . English class president senior year . . . fancies Dragnet and lane Russell . . . plans to ioin Armed Forces, then attend college. CHARLES I. ROMANONVICZ . . . Business Edu- cation . . . Roman played bass drum and cymbals in band . . . spends spare time fishing . . . in- dulges in hot beef sandwiches , . . makes a Col- li lection of match covers . . . shrinks from con- ceited people . . . likes basketball and baseball. EDMUND V. ROMEROWICZ . . . College Prep . . . goes in for steak and French fries . . . de- lights in Donald O'Connor and The Big Story on TV . . . enioys studying Latin . . . is vexed by people who come late to class. IAMES T. ROUZER . . . College Prep . . , lim takes an interest in Doris Day and Spanish . . . trombone player in band for three years . . . relishes lobster . . . is partial to books by Ernest Hemingway . . . hopes to go to college. THOMAS VV. ROVVLAND . . . General . . . Tom cannot endure slow-moving girls . . . makes much of Name That Tune on TV . . . often laughs at Ierry Lewis . . . lists salesmanship and baseball as tops . . . sometimes treats himself to hamburg- ers. PATRICIA A. RUCKINGER . . . George-Barden . . . Pat often watches I Love Lucy on TV . . . keeps repeating "You know itu . . . takes pleasure ' in skating and swimming . . . avid lover of home arts and crafts . . . plans to ioin the Waves. RICHARD H. RUPERT . . . Vocational . . Dick's perpetual favorites are hamburgers . . . idolizes Burt Lancaster and lack London . . . takes pleasure in hunting and fishing . . . likes to take it easy in sparc time . . . wants to be a carpenter. VVILLIAM F. RUPP . . . Business Education . . . Bill played baritone in the band all three years . . . makes much of turkey . . . takes an interest in football and typing . . . made happy by I Love Lucy . . . is partial to Iohn Wayne. ROBERT E. RUSSELL . . . Vocational . . . Bob acted as home room president senior year . . , captain in intramural sports sophomore and iun- ior years . . . track member all three years, cap- tain during senior year . . . shudders at girls who talk too much. "Changing Partners" 67 1 I s . f in mi i,p -X . i..1,..-nwmm...-r-all mllu'r-Daughter Banquet Ana, 1, 1954 Mother-Daughter Banquets are wonderful for mother and LOUIS j. RUTOLA . . . General . . . was for- ward for his home room basketball team all three years . . . president of sophomore home room . . . representative his junior year . . . prefers Marilyn Monroe, Comedy Hour, baseball . . . is pained by stuck-up people. GENE E. RUTTER . . . Vocational . . . a car man, Gene drives a '49 Oldsmobile . . . played home room basketball . . . moans about girls . . . okays American history, baseball . . . treats himself to French fries . . . will join the Air Force. VVILLIAM E. RYAN . . . Vocational . Fuzzy likes Mr. Peepers on TV . . . detests pegged pants . . . was home room representative in his senior year . . . hunts and fishes . . . spouts "No kid- ding" . . . thinks lane Russell is tops. E. ANN SAGER . . . General . . . reads Inglis Fletcher . . . dotes on Sterling Ilayden . . . has a real talent in art . . . doesnit pass up chicken ever . . . plans to enter the Armed Forces . . . an I Love Lucy fan from 'wav back. IEANNETTE N. SALOMIE . . . Business Edu- cation . . . lean played the bass violin in orchestra all three years . . . interested in music . . . watches Toast of the Town on TV . . . expresses herself with "Really," when people act silly . . . relishes spaghetti. RONALD P. SANDRUS . . . Vocational . . . hunting is tops with Bud . . . praises steak and French fries . . . enjoys watching The Hit Parade on television . . . is annoyed by people who like themselves . . . okays mathematics . . . prefers an Air Force career. JUNE M. SANTOPIETRO . . . George-Harden . . . Iunie enjoys Red Buttons and singing hill- billy songs . . . studies hard for bacteriology . . . pained by people who mimic . . . sighs for john Vllayne but prefers blonde men . . . reads stories by Edgar Allen Poe, D. KAY SAXTON . . . College Prez . . . worked on the Horseshoe her junior ancf senior years . . . appreciates French . . . Kraft Theater on television rates high . . . music is another must . . . vexed by slow people . . . plans to attend Columbia Institute. S. PAUL SCIIAEFFER . . . College Prep . . . Schaeff was sophomore football manager . . . squad leadtr his last two years, as well as active in intramural sports . . . is a Dragnet fan . . . cites "You know it" . . . is a future Navyman. SHIRLEY A. SCHILL . . . Business Education . . . sang alto in Mr. Bohn's chorus her junior year . . . member of Hi-Y sophomore club . . . that way about jeff Chandler . . . plays an organ . . . loathes big wheels and relishes drippy but- terscotch sundaes. GERALD F. SCHIRF . . . Vocational . . . jerry reads books by Mickey Spillane . . . also finds time for skating when he isn't at his favorite hobby-loafing . . . takes pleasure in watching The Hit Parade . . . an "Oh boy" shouter and steak connoisseur. HELEN L. SCIINIID . . . College Prep . . . Butch worked in the boys' attendance office . . . says "You better believe it" . . . lists favorites as jeff Chandler, dancing, Dragnet, bacteriology, horse- back riding, and swimming . . . detests pegged pants and catty boys. ANN V. SCHREIBER . . . Business Education . . . elected home room president her senior year . . . exclaims K'My word" when she comes in contact with nosy people . . . is partial to chili con carne . . . drives a '47 Buick . . . likes office machines class. IEAN E. SCHUMACHER . . . George-Burden . . . warbles a deep alto for Miss Eberle's chorus . . . dotes on Gene Nelson . . . is for Arthur Godfrey . . . tempted by pizza pie . . . savs "Help yourselfi' . . . believes conceited people shouldn't live very long. "You Take the High Load" 68 I 9 5 4 daughter, but letgs not forget dad. S E I 0 R S liutola Rutter Ryan Sager Salomie Sanclrus Santopietro Saxton Schaeffer Sehill Sehirt Sehmicl Selireiher Sehmnaeher Schweitzer Seott Seetlenhurg Sell Settle Shaal l 1 111472.41256 ' 1 IAMES B. SCIIVVEITZER . . . Vocational . . . inclulges in steak and French fries . . . raves ahout girls, tspeeiallv Marilyn Monroe . . . Wo- men who smoke give him a pain . . . enjoys mathematics ancl llohert Blontgomerv Presents . . . reacls hooks hy Iaek London. IKUBHIHT ll. SCOTT . . . Vocutiorifll . . . Boll reads hooks hy lack Lonclon . . . strietlv a sports- man, with haselnall leading . . . p11ts Hecl Buttons high on TV list , . . plans an Air Force career after gracluation. C. NIEHLE SEEDENBUBC . . . V'Ut'flfi0llllI . . . guard and captain of the haskethall team, Seeclv has plavecl all three vears . . . presiclent of his iunior and senior home rooms . . . moans "Get serious" at eoneeitecl people . . . is college hound. RAY D. SELL . . . lIlJl'I1fflIllIlI . . . Ray was home room representative as a senior . . . clouhles up from laughing at lerrv Lewis . , . lists favorites as auto shop, ehieken, driving, and Dragnet . . . shrinks from girls who smoke. PAULINE D. SETTLE . . . Bu.s'inz'.s-.S Eflucutirni . . . a lneinlner of the Fellowship Cluh for three vears, Pillllil also worked in the nurse's oliiee her senior year . . . ehalks up office machines, spaghetti as A-1 . . . plans to go to Bible school. MONA L. SHAAL . . . B1lsi11c.s'.s' Ellucution . . . Ducky takes pleasure in Watching The Comeclv Hour on TV . . . makes much of Iohn XVavne . . . loves to clanee . . . taneies turkev, hasehall, historv . . . shuclclers at eoneeited people . . , says "How about that?" , -A s-iw: I95 4 S E I 0 R S All twelve grades had songs in the air A. NIONIQUE SHADE . . . College Prep . , . sang soprano in a Cappella her seeonrl vear . . . iueluber ol' Ushers' Club . . . a sophomore Y-Teen found time to work in Nursels olliee senior rear . . . iritencls to follow up bv becoming a IIIITSU. YARD li. SllAl"lfl'1 . . , lltlfllfltllllll . . . IIUX llowml plans to work a Vl'lll' then enter eollerfe . . . now thinks llita llavworth, Nlielxev Spillane. 'uicl The Conieclv llour are tops . . . niutlers Pass" at girls who think thev're something 1 great. XIICAICLIC C, Sll.-'tlflflflll . . . llllfllfitllllll . . . target praetiee is Rents hobbx' . . . takes an in- terest in baseball, reaclinq books bv Stephen Xie K' ir u acler . . . is a lohn XVavne fan . . . thinks v Nloore is tops on TV . . . savs "llolV eat- fish." Shacle Shafer Shatler Shanafelt, P. Shaner Shannon Shawlev Shelter Shields Shoenthelt Shrover Shultz Shuina Siegfried Sill Sinuu m'1' s Siseo Sliv l Slagle MARY L. SIIANAFELT . . . Cilt'lll'ffl1 . . . Louis eniovenl doing balancing acts in Pvrainicl Club her junior xear , . . won the seholastie art awarcl as a sophomore . . . second award winner in XVo- nienls Club Art Exhibit her senior V1'ill'. PECCY S. SllANAl"EL'l' . . . l311.s'i11e.s.s- 151111111- Iion . . . art editor of Mountain Echo junior war. lll1'llllX'l' of Usher's Club senior VULII' . . . also on the Art L'UlllllllllK'C of Girls' League . . . Marv Lou is her twin sister. CIIAHLICS H, SIIANFR . . . llIli'llfiUlllll . . . Burl was honie room E200 presiclent his senior vear . . . is eager to ioin the Navi' . . . lilies to clo woogl- work . . . eoines out with "One of these clavs- l'OXVl" . . . euiovs Burt Laneaster movies. Shanafelt, Nl. and also songs in their hearts. Musa I'CSflblll May 1913 1954 M. LUVINIA SHANNON . .. General . . . Vinnie takes a fancy to watching TV,s You Asked For It . . . idolizes Iennifer Iones . . . devotes much time to singing and drawing . . . relishcs chicken . . . reads Shakespeare . . . dislikes in- tensely eoneeited people. IIOXVARD C. SHAVVLEY . . . VOL'llfl0flIll . . . was tackle for the Lion football team all three vears . . . participated in shot put, discus, iavclin events for the track team . . . was guard for home room basketball . . . plans to do electrical work. ANNA T. SHELLER . . . General . . . Ann moved to Altoona in 1953 from Delaware . . . prefers Eddie Fisher and Peter Lawford . . . has a liking for sewing, dancing, basketball, and apple pie . . . is bound ror the VVaves. EFFIE M. SHIELDS . . . Business Education . . . Ef thinks highly of books written by Edna Fer- ber . . . indulges in fried chicken . . . makes much of "You know itu . . . is partial to Donald O'Connor . . . would like to do clerical work in the VVafs. DAVID M. SHOENFELT . . . General . . . bowling, skiing are favorites . . . Dave scores Dragnet high on TV . . . plays an accordion . . . detests poor losers . . . problems of democ- racy, lerry Lewis, steak, and French fries rate an "All Highly!" MARILYN L. SIIROYER . . . Business Eflucu- tion . . . busy Sparkie divided her time among Ushers' Club, Horseshoe, typing for Mountain Echo, a Cappella, home room representative and president two years, chairman of Girls, League entertainment committee. CAROL R SHULTZ . . . College Prep .... s ang in Miss Eberle's chorus . . . rather fancies Eddie Fisher on TV . . . prizes Ian VVesteott,s books . . . another Iohn XVayne fan . . . annoyed bv people who gossip . . . delights in dancing and skating. EUGENE M. SHUMA . . . Vocational . . . Ceue pitched baseball as a junior . . . president of his senior home room . . . participated in basket- ball intramurals . . . is made happy with pizza pie and spaghetti . . . yells "Time out" when he starts to cook. DALE C. SIEGFRIED . . . College Prep . . . a gun collector, Siegie takes an interest in hunt- ing . . . is partial to pork . . . applauds the Com- edy Hour on TV . . . okays Alan Ladd .. . . a future agriculture student . . . cnioys geometry. IOHN R. SILL . . . College Prep . . . lack was halfback for the Lion football team . . . played outfield on baseball team three years . . . partici- pated in intramural basketball . . . president of sophomore and iunior home rooms . . . member of Senate. DAVID F. SIMMEHS . . . College Prep . . . star pitcher on varsity baseball, Dave also played intranulral basketball for two years . . . senior member of TAP . . . makes much of Mr. Peepers . . . likes listening to records and doing physics problems. DOLORES I. SISCO . . . George-Burden . . . Iloney was an alto in Miss Ebcrle's chorus . . . emotes with "I dare say" . . . Ielf Chandler rates a high score along with Coke Time on TV . . . eager to be a telephone operator. ASHER I. SKY . . . College Prep . . . guard A. j. was on the football team his junior and senior years . . . participated in American Legion ora- torical contest . . . makes much of athletics . . . qellishes chicken . . . reads books by Sara Teas- c a e. I. HARLEY SLACLE . . . College Prep . . . abhors noisy people . . . is a model railroad fan . . . boosts Iohn NVayne . . . appreciates Carl Sandburg's writings . . . moans "Holy Cown . . . bowling, turkey, and biology are other favorites . . . enjoys watching the Hit Parade. "The Magic Flute" 71 X fllff air ual, is 1954 Science now explains even nuclear fission--maybe lt CllAliLliS li. SLATES . . . Vocational . . . Charlie was an active forward and guard for non-scholastic basketball and intramural sports . . . home room president his iunior year . . . played Iunior l"ederation baseball for Eleventh XVard . . . a chili con carrie man . . . enjoys Dragnet. IRVIN SLEMMEH . . . Vv0Cl1HlHlIll . . . l. participated in church volleyball, basketball, and softball . . . playground league baseball two years . . . active in intramural sports three years , . . Hnds Dragnet and Marilyn Monroe great entertaimnent . . . indulges in noodles and math- ematics. IAMES SXIEAL . . . College Prep . . . lim was a member of the Iunior Academy of Science and Ili-Y . . . intramural sports three years . . . enioys reading Mickey Spillanr-'s books . . . goes in for turkey, basketball, chemistry, and Piper Laurie. DONALD VV. SMITH . . . C:l'llt'l'lll . . . Smitty played trombone in band and orchestra . . . right end on football lV's . . . shudders at girls with boys' socks on . . . is partial to steak, French fries, Marilyn Monroe, girls, and Dragnet. l"AITll ll. SMITH . . . Business Ecluerltion . . . sang soprano in chorus iunior year . . . relishes spaghetti, shorthand, and Arthur Godfrey . . . says "You,rc madv frequently . . . likes to read, sew, and watch television during spare time . . . loves roller skating. FRANK T. SNllTll . . . College Prep . . . Smitty played fullback on football team three years . . . active in intramural basketball three years . . . enjoys boxing on TV . . . likes reading 0. llenry . . . delights in plane geometry, chicken, and Alan Ladd. GEORGE lf. SNllTll . , . f:CHl'I'llf . . . SlIlittV took part in annual show sophomore year . . . exclaims "All rightyn often . . . sang tenor in a Cappella last two years . . . gets much enioyment watching lied Skelton and Iohn YVayne . . . likes to dance. GERALDINE A. SMITH . . . Bu.s'ine.ss Education . . . lleppy played violin in the orchestra all three years . . . has a liking for health, sports, classical music, and pork . . . Ushers' Club last two years . . . detests conceited people . . . would like to teach school. DONALD l'. SMITIIBAUER . . . General . . . Bud was squad leader three years . . . played violin in orchestra three years . . . is made happy by Bette Davis or Red Skelton . . . played base- ball sophomore year . . . highly regards biology and all sports. SYLVIA M. SMITIIBAUER . . . Business Edu- cation . . . member of Future Business Leaders of America senior year . . . cherishes Dale Hob- ertson . . . cares for bookkeeping, Comedy Ilour, dancing. music, and ice cream . . . can be heard saying "Howdy" often. KENNETH L. SOYSTEH . . . Vocational . . . delights in watching Life of ltiley and Randolph Scott . . . would like to be a machinist . . . takes an interest in shops, baseball, and woodwork . . . enioys reading lack London's books and eating porkchops. ALFRED SPENCER . . . GL'lM3l'lll . . . Al finds collecting hot rod magazines an interesting hobby . . , could watch Dragnet or Iohn NVayne any time . . . names science as favorite subiect . . . says "NVhy?', frequently . . . likes skating . . . prefers ham. Mickey Spillane. IANET L. SPIERS . . . College Prep . . . member of chorus iunior and senior years . . . would like to attend Indiana State Teachers, College . . . relishes apple fritters . . . fond of English . . . takes pleasure in watching Kraft Theatre and Iohn YVayne. IEAN L. SPIERS . . . George-Burden . . . is often heard saying "Oh brother" . . , is annoyed by conceited people . . . enjoys watching TV and reading during her spare time . . . would like to start a nursing career . . . favorite sub- icct is chemistry. " Time on My Hands" 72 I954 can solve the human equation someday. S E I 0 R S Slntus SIL-nnni-r Smvzil Smith. ID. Smith, Ifziith Smith. I"i'zmk Smith, Ct-orgc Smith, Gt-iuilcliiiv Sinillihnnvr, Smithhnuvr. 5OYSll'1' iiic'iiu'i' Spit-rs, limi-t Spit-rs, Ivain ipinnzzoln ltnlil Etc-L-kroth itvcli- tvtiaiiiiiii tt-inch-I D. S, DULOIIES XI. SIJINAZZOLA . . . Bll.S'illC'S.S' Ell- llflllffllll . . . Dolly lists hooklwcping as hor fu- voritv snhiwt . . . n l:L'2lillI'l'Cl twirlcr for thrvc vm-airs . . . tI'UilSllI'l'I' of I"nturi- Bnsinvss Lc-uclc-rs ol Aiiic1'ic'z1 . . , purticiputccl in zuiniuil show lllllltll' your . . . on TAI' si-nior vvur . , . Iovcs clniiving. LOUISE XI. STAIIL . . . GUo1',gc-Hrlnlcri . . . Lonisn highlv 1'l'Qill'llS Arthur Coclfrcv nncl Iohn IVnviiv . . . is partial to hzictwiology, French frivs, nncl hooks Inv luck O,Bl'lL'lI . . . is irritated hx' somoont- who is Into . . . favorite sport is wrvstling. NANCY A. STIQCKIIOTII . . . C:CUl'Q'U-Blll'lICIl . . . Stvulix' tnkvs timc- to wutcli I Lovc Lucv . . . saws i'Oh SIitivvrs', often . . . in Xliss Elin-1'lv's chorus sophomore vc-ni' . . . lows spuglu-tti, swim- ming. zincl 1-In-iiiisti'x' , . . TAP l1Il'llIllCI' Inst two vviirs . . . Iontlivs pm-oplo who Iirng. ROBERT C. STEELE . . . IJUCIHTUIIIII . . . Boh finds Dchhic Rcvnolcls quitu thrilling . . , vn- iovs Wrestling on TV . . . cannot c-nclurv stnpicl clrivcrs . . . plans to L-nlist in tho Nuvv . . . tukcs much interest in hunting, fishing, shops, und swimming. NANCY NI. STEFANINI . . . Collvgfc' Pl'L',1J . . . incnihcr of TAP . . . likvs ri-.icliiig Inn NVvsti'ott's hooks . . . ClIC1'ISl1l'S Stn-wart CIIIIIIQUI' . . . in- dulge-s in spaghetti . . . fuvoritc TV progmin in I Love Lncv . . . tnkvs plcasnrc in SfllLlYIl1j,f Gor- man und ri-ailing in hor spurt' time-. IAMES I". STEINDEL . . . Vocational . . . lim was cm-ntcr in clnircli Imziskvthnll, captain sm-nioi' vvzxr . . . ifcts much viiioviiiviit from colli-sting stumps and coins . . . swimming is his pastime- . . . all for Thomas Costuin and Alun Luclcl . . . collogv in his fntnrc plains. I954 S E I 0 R S Today the boys are wearing neckties Sll'lljll'l' Sta-wart Stifflvl' Stim- 1 3315 Stoilx-1' qi: f-+-M ,N l -. M' Stoltz Storm 17' '- Stout Strutc' Strviglitilll Strotlwrs .3 Stumpf Summit-rs Swopt-, K. Swopc, N. 'Vamp 'llmzi Tutu 'lluvlor Tliompsou. B. ,Ut CAHOLYN NI. S'l'l'iNCER . . . l314.vim'.s's Ifrlura- ADA Nl. STINE . . . G1'ol'gc-Halvlwl . . . unotlu-1' mm , , , Mkt-5 il high inn-rt-gt in 54-wing , , , lJrugm-t fit-ntl . . . lms at mlt-nt for nrt . . . lou-s M, I lim-K. lllwv fam from wily but-k t , . laughs to cook, vspt't'iullv l1l1lL'ill'Ol1l untl cliucsm- , . . att D4-nn Martin :incl lorry Lt-wis . . . lms il liking 0k1'V5 llfifllll - -I-,,5l'U"f'5 hill' in V0ll1fVl311ll - 3 - lor mucau'oni :tml tomato:-s . . . funvit-s lmsvlmll. EITJTSS bm' WIN! nf lwulllv who tllmk fl'f'Y"1' GARY S'I'l'1WAli'l' - - - Vwfwfiffwffl - - - "Ili, hot Hmm 1. s'ro11s1i1t . . . feminist Ellllfllffllll . . . mtl" comm-s from Stow its lu- trim-s to clrivt- slow dt-lights in rvticling lfnumk Yvrlwls liooks :mtl . . . l'uvoritt- sulmivt-t is sliops . , . ilitc-11-stvcl in xvutcliing tht- Colm-tlv llour on 'l'V . . . swoons slim-t nu-tal work uftt-r grtuluution . . . lovt-s owl' 'll0llV Curtis . . . got-s for uliili von t-1u'm- U, Situ, n V I is I,,.4-,ml IW girls, :mtl l"l't-llcli frics . . . tlvtt-sts coiiu-itt'tl pcoplc . . . plans itll st-t'1'vtu1'inl work, f7'WF""15 ll' 5'l""l1"1'l - ' - '5""f""" ' - - nAYMoNo 1. s'roL'rZ . . . VUl'Il'llUllllI . . . Clmrlw plow-cl lionm- room lmskvtlmll :ill tlirvv Stopzit. is il Hom. Quin,-ist l I ' mkvs p14.M,m. in vs-airs :mtl wats captain sopliomort' imtl iuuior 5wi,m,,inLE I . mi-1.5 fm- Stmlk l . ' ig partial to W'1ll'5 - - - 5-f4""'l'1ll SIWHS full - - - llvllt-lllts in linglisli . . clot-sn't go ova-1'lma1rtl for lmig wht-t-ls 1-ating Frm-m-li fri:-s . . , tlvtvsts liomt-work . . . , , , gi 'I'onv Curtis num . . . gin-s with "Dog: wants work in Pllilutlt-lpliiat or liullulo. vom-.i 7-1 Senior Day and jackets and the girls are taller. May27,1954 CHARLES F. STORM . . . Vocational . . . Zane Grey fan . . . hunts and fishes . . . makes much of boxing . . . says "Never happenedu when ae- eused of taking it easy, his favorite pastime . . . goes for chili con carne. THOMAS L. STOUT . . . Vocational . . . Pee VVee played intramural basketball all three years . . . was president of his sophomore home room .... eniovs chops . . . rates mathematics high . . . mainly a baseball fan . . . expresses himself best with "Time out." ROSALENE M. STRATE . . . Business Educa- tion . . . secretary of home room sophomore year, vice-president of iunior home room . . . Rosy lists Hit Parade as a favorite on TV . . . thrills to Iane Powell . . . has a large record collection. IOEL B. STREIGHTIFF . . . College Prep . . . a great trumpet man who played for band all three years and for orchestra the last two . . . on TAP as senior . . . president of home room sophomore and Iunior years . . . enjoys football. BETTY L. STROTHERS . . . Business Education . . . Bets was a soprano in Mr. Bohnis chorus her iunior :md senior years . . . sticks by Arthur Godfrey . . . chooses bookkeeping, softball, and skating as favorites , . . dreams of Rock Hudson . . . loathes eoneeited boys. XVILLIAM M. STUMPF . . . General . . . stays up to see midnight movies on TV . . . digs into vegetables . . . likes mathematics . . . says "XVowU . . . likes Iohn VVayne . . . deeply interested in football . . . is annoyed by people who drive slow. ALTON C. SUMMERS . . . Business Education . . . Al was secretary-treasurer of his senior busi- ness English class . . . thinks Marilyn Monroe is tops . . . has a liking for collecting stamps . . . plans to go on active duty with the Navy after graduation. KENNETH E. SWOPE . . . General . . . a model fan . . . Ken dreams of having a dairy farm . . . chuckles over Life of Riley on TV . . . has a liking for history . . . noodles, mushrooms, hamburg, and football are other favorites. NANCY I. SWOPE . . . Business Education . . . relishes Southern fried chicken . . . TV favorites are Eddie Fisher and The Comedy Hour . . . giggles at Bob Hope . . . prefers office machines class and would like to have a secretarial posi- tion. IOANN TAMP , . . Business Education . . . Io is another Comedy Hour fan . , . laughs at Ierrv Lewis' antics and swoons at Dean Martin . . . is pained by people who are always late . pizza pie can make her drool. HELEN P. TANZI . . . Husiiiess Education . . . sopranoed in Mr. Bohn's chorus . . . is mad about Iohn Derek . . . says "You know it" . . . loathes coneeited people . . . studies for bookkeeping . . . has a yen for clerical work . . . makes much of baseball. THOMAS K. TATE . . . College Prep . . . Tate takes pleasure in rifle shooting . . . favorite sport is hunting . . . applauds the talent of Britisher Alec Guinness . . . prefers reading books written by Iames Ioyce . . . delights in philosophy. MARSHA I. TAYLOR . . . Business Education . . . "Imagine thatv says Tootsie . . . idolizes Ianet Leigh . . . prizes lives . . . thinks Dragnet is best in TV . . . can kick people who are late . . . loves to sleep but will stay up late to read. BARBARA I. THOMPSON . . . George-Borden . . . Red loves to dance and skate . . . sang in Mr, Bohn's chorus her last year . . . fancies Mon- gomery Clift . . . adores cheeseburgers . . . takes pleasure in long walks . . . plans to be a tele- phone operator. " Any Timen ,-- . if? N 1lI!!lj 29. 1954 1' 'lv-.if-k Ami Sprinters, hurdlers, distance men, and jumpers DORIS I.. TIIONIPSON . . . I314.x'iii4'.s'.s' liclucrzlimi DAVID C. Y.xNOItYXIlCR . . . Voerlfiouul . . . . . . Dory wus at memher ol the orchestra till thres veurs . . .us at junior sung in Mr. Bohn's ehorus . . . cures tor Doris Day . . . loves eliecse- lmurgers . . . wants to clo stenogruphie work. NICLLIIQ I. IRISICSIC . . . College Prep . . . pur- tieiputeml in Mr. Bohn's chorus iunior qmcl senior veurs . . , keeps repeating "She's tl clunclvu . . . eimnot enclure eolcl elassr o o ms . . . enjovs wrestling mutehes imcl swimming . . . hopes to get murrieml. l'IIYl,I.IS I. 'l'RO'I"l'l'iR . . . l311.wim'.s'.s' I':1lIll'!lIIlHl . . . I'hil helongecl to the Usher's Cluh Iunior imcl senior veurs . . . uetive in FBLA senior yeur . . . pluveml eello in orehestrgi . . . overworks ex- pression "Oh mv liver" . . . will uttencl husiness sehool :ilter griuluutiou. NIIQIIIIILI, C. 'I'RUXI'iI.L . . . College Prep . . . Nlo wus an-tive in intrmiuuuil sports . . . huntl xlrummer till three veurs . . . goes wilcl over Arlene Dahl . . . Iiucls nnitliemuties interesting . . . e1m't get enough steak . . . URicliculous" tirequeutlv enters into his conversation. KARI. IC. UNIIIUXVICII . . . CoIIc'g1' Prep . . . Ump contrihutecl his saxophone uncl eluriuet to lmucl mul UI'l'llt'SiI'kl . . . hits ai weakness for hzikenl hum . . . euu he lountl wutehing Dragnet . . . hunting zuzil Iishiug tukes his funev . . . umlmil tion, meehzuiieul engineer. IUIIN D. URBAN . . .College Prep . . . Iohunv prelers steuk with French fries . . . pet expression, "'l'lnit's enoughi' . . . zirclent lmuselmll tam . . . would like to muior in mortuurv seieuee , , . sung huss in at Cappella . . . clerives pleusure from photograiphx' null stumps. DONNA I. VANDREXV , . . l'h4.viue.s's I'illtll'lIfIUIl . . . cletests people who ure iilvviivs lute . . . re- peutecllv suvs "Oh Iox"' . . . :nukes ii collection ol antique chiuu . . . t'ux'orite sulmieet is hook- keepiug . . . reucls XVilliiuu Slnikespeure . . , in- leucls to get ai seereturiail Ioh. Drive cuu he tiouncl euting . . . cleclures shops his vvutelies Deim Martin imcl . . . eutertuinecl hx' Iolm loves to go Imnting. DORIS I. V,xNZAND'I' . . . . . . Ends delight in Ioun sirloin stealk or clriviug fuxorite suhieet . . . Ierrv Lewis frequentlx' XVuvnc's zietiug . . . Bu.s'irie.s.s' Education Evans . . . uetive in FBLA amcl Ushers, Cluh . . . on Compass stutl Iunior imcl senior veurs . seeretairv . . . reiuls Faith eniovs the Ilit Puraule. NICHOLAS I. VASILE . . . inspires to heing at Bulnlwiifs works . . . . . Gcrwrul . . . Nick pluvecl clrums for hauul and orehestru junior vein' . . . lmusketlmll uumuger SODIIUIIIOH' VULII' . . . intencls to ioin the Air Force . . . overworks the expression "You hetter helieve itn . . . eun't get enough music. NANCY A. VIPUND . . . George-Harzlwi . . . Nimee swoons over Rock lluclson . . . passes tht time writing letters . . . sung in Mr. Bohn's chorus senior year . . , eager to work for Bell Telepliom . . . no taste for slow people . . . prefers chem- istrv. CIIARLENIE NVACNICR . . , George-Br1r'11e1i . . . Churlii is tuscinutecl hv Esther XVillimns . . senior home room representative . . . sophomori home room presitlent . . . 'illere we go" enters into the eonversution . . . tries delicious. Hucls steuk uncl French SARA Ii. XVACNICR . . . College Prep . . . Siillx wus ai TAI' memlmer for three veurs . . . ulto in u Cappella . . . presiclent sophomore :md Iunior home rooms . . . prominent in English elaiss plux Iunior vein' . . . helongs to Aeucleun' ot Seieuee SIIIRLICY XI. VVACNICR . . . Bll.s'illi'.s.x' 156111011 tion. . . . cunt get enough ice ereiuu . . . preter. English :md husehull . . . "You know it" is her pet expression . . . no liking tor people who talk too nmeh . . . plims to get murriecl . . . reucls Pearl Buek. lei tor Two" I 9 5 4 made it a great day for AHS. S E I 0 R S Thompson, Trecsc Trotter Troxell Umhower U rhan Vandrew VanUrmcr Vanzandt Vasile Vipond Wagner. C Wagner, Sara Nalker. Valkcr. Valls Valstrom Valters. D. Valters. ll Wagner, Shirlcx A. Xl D. .N . ,F 5. Y ANNA M. XVALKEH . . . Bu.s'ine.s-.s' Edueution . . . Xlamic participated in TAP junior and senior years . . , sang also in a Cappella junior vear . . . lnemher of FBLA for two years . . . looking forward to a stenographic career . . . eanit do without fried chicken. IAMES H. XVALKER . . . Vocational . . . Rockv declares Burt Lancaster is his favorite actor . . . looks forward to lunch period . . . cannot en- dure dancing . , . finds racing and hot rods in- teresting . . . spends spare time working on ears . . . Navy hound. 1 CLAUDE NI. XVALLS . . . VUClItilJIIl11 . . . crazv over hiking . . . linds heef delicious . . . reads hooks hy Zane Crev . . . goes wild over ears and electrical dcxiccs . . . ardent swimming fan . . . eager to do electrical work. BEVERLY WALSTROM . . . Gc'ol'gC-Brll'lll'n . , . Bevy lean leans toward haeteriologv as fa- vorite suhjeet . . . member of Mr. Bohn's chorus all three Vears . . . overworks expression "Uh, paini' . . . prefers reading and hasehall . . . would like lo enter nursing school. DAVID T. NVALTERS . . . Y7UL'llfflHlIll . . . makes much of hunting and fishing . . . moons over lane Russell . . . ahhors conceitcd girls . . . repeatedly says "That's about the size of it" . . claims jaek London as favorite author. Il. EARL '-VALTEHS . . . Vocational . . . Sonny is fascinated hv Stewart Crangcr's acting . . . indulges in turkey . . . eager to follow the print- ing trade . . . often watches thc Paul Dixon show on TV . . . ardent hasehall fan . . . music is his hohhv. l954 S E I 0 R S In new caps and gowns wc listened Q U arc' XYatson NVvakianci XYi'au'0l' XYQ-iincrt VVvicm'itl XYcinliv NVi-rkim-istvi' XY:-i'iii'i' XYvl'tz XVcsin'r NNE-sthrook XVt'x'amit Whitt-. L. XYhitc'. ltirharci XYhitc'. ltohvrt XVi1iil'St'i Xyiviivr XK'itizt-1' ' X A Xvit'til'I'iit'ilI' UAYNICLI, I", XVAIHC . . . I31i.viiii's.s' l'Q1llir'r1timi G. RAYMOND NVl'iAVl'Ilt . . . Cullfgui' Prvp . . . . . . flax' was a IY-'livin hvi' si-nim' vuar . . . is pai'tiuipatvci in Ili-Y hasigc-thaii . . . Rav was on is mail ahiml lvii Chaiiciivi' . . . a rulivi' skating. thi' Mountain lin-lm staii . . . plans to hi-t-oinv swinnning, sulth.iii,II haskc-thali, It-nthnsiast . . . a corporatiuii lawn-r , . . 4-Him-5 Studying lingiish givvs with "Cowl it . . . gm-s im' spaghvtti in a and histmw . . . vrusscs gussipx' girls with his iist hisg wax' . . . . . . lJl't'i't'l'S sports. IIMICIA I- WHSUN t - - f1f'f'f'uf'-lfff"f1f'H . - . I'A'l'ltICIA L. XVICIMICIVI' . . . czvm-ml . . . ina is illilllt' rumn pI'i'sith'Ilt anti I't'pI'L'sL'lltaliN'i' hvl' svll- Im uyid W,-L-Stljng fam I I I Imlttws muh- pltoph. im' vi-ar . . . im'i'sIcollt'ctIing knicknacks . . . I I I sighs ml- gli,-t LIlm.Il5h.,- I I I I-t.h5lu.5 l.'u.m.h s'f"'f'S I :Mui limi? Pmhlon HI' ' 'I fulntlui' iinzgf fries . . . writt-s it-tti-rs hx' tht- hmn' . . . i'ax'm'itt- 'Him um ,imm M um ' ' ' 'UPU tu um UI suhit-ct is linqiish . . . 4-xpn-ssi-s hi-rst-if with "I thi- Bi-il It-h'phmn' Ccnnpanv. IIIIIII Img- ' liW':'U'M'iM' li" M'1MI'A5-D ' ' ' B"""""'i' nU'i'ii wi-31,cov1'l'Z , . . cialliw Prvil . , . tm- lzrlmulimi . . . iii-tvsts i-mint-iti-ci pvopic . . . SIIIIII II II II P' II Il II FU. iawwiti' hmotl is stm-ak . . . shunts "Nh gumlin-ss" FcIfmIl5 ' E1'Ii5i"IIffl 5 P-UN .4 - fWIIlUItH -titl . . . 4-uiiwts lmrse- statugs . . . vit-ws I lawn' Lllcv is 711 lm 'U ' 'ml Q ' ' ' ptfnh' 15 WPNI 'H ml 'ry I I I 201.5 im. im,l1,Il11 and Skating I I I siihii-cts . , . niavs ti-inns . . . thinks Ianut Li-ugh s-iiinvs hunkiu-vpiiig ami wunhi iiki- it aiti-r grad- 'S swwl - - - 2095 fllffx' NWT W"'I7i" WIN' talk ,,Illim,I too nina-li. T8 to the next to last official advice. Baccalaureate june 6, 1954 IOYCE A. XVENDLE . . . College Pre: . Klidgie was a member of the junior Acacfemv of Science all three vears . . . loves to dance . . . strictlv for Arthur Godfrey on TV . . . laughs at Nlartin and Lewis . . . is going to become an elemcntarv teacher. IOIIN F. YVEHKMEISTER . . . Vocational . . . lack plavcd intramural basketball sophomore, junior and senior vears . . . goes for sports in a big wav, espeeiallv baseball . . . picks mathe- matics as favorite subject . . . okavs Alan Ladd . . . enjovs lack VVebb in Dragnet. M. KATIIRYN WVERNEH . . . General . . . Comes up with "Yon donlt sav?" . . . treats herself to chicken . . . wishes to join the VVAF , . . reads Shakespeare . . . dreams of Scottv Beckett . . . plavs tennis . . . loves dancing but hates snobs . . . Dragnet fan. PATRICIA j. XVERTZ . . . Bu.9ine.s-.s' Education . . . Shortv was a representative to the Girls League her senior vear . . . cries g'Honest, . . . 5 . . . 4 cannot stand concerted people . . . rclishes Clllll con carrie . . . okavs Rock Hudson . . . plays piano . . . makes much of reading and baseball. E. LUIS XVESNER . . . General . . . Sang in chorus her junior and senior vears . . . listens to records as long as she can . . . paints . . . prefers chemistrv . . . goes for macaroni and cheese . . . abominates slow people and those who are two-faced. C. JAMES XVESTBROOK . . . Vocational . . lim was on Safety Patrol all three years . . . on stage crew his junior and senior vears . . . wants to be a bricklaver . . . collects model cars . . . favorites are potatoes, football, and English. DERNVOOD L. NVEYANDT . . . Vocational . . . plaved football his sophomore vcar . . . plans to be a cabinet worker . . . likes vocational mathe- matics . . . collects match covers . . . a john XVavne man . . . rclishes vegetable soup . . . bowls and plavs baseball. LAMAR M. YVIIITE . . . Vocational . . . plavecl trumpet in band for three vears . . . interested in printing . . . reads Grace Livingston Hill . . . watches TV's Show of Shows . . . likes his steak medium done . . . cannot live with slow pokes. PilCllAPiD S. VVHITE . . . College Prep . . . Dick was secretarv senior year of the junior Acadeinv of Science . . . on TAP his last two vears . . . plaved intramural basketball two vears and was captain his junior year . . . favors Frank Slaughterls books. ROBERT G. XVHITE . . . General . . . XVhitev was a guard for the basketball team his first two vears . . . secretarv-treasurer of Boys' l"edera- tion his senior vear . . . member of Ili-Y Club last two vears . . . boasts "I'll tell 'emf' RONALD NVHITESEL . . . Vocational . . . Krout is a Terry Moore fan . . . makes nmch of shops . . . reads Mickey Spillane . . . hunts . . . raves over French fries . . . thinks little of people who brag . . . goes for The Comedv llour. MARIANNE E. WICKER . . . Ba.stines.s' Eclaca- Iion . . . senior class secretarv . . . on TAP two vears as well as in Usher's Club . . . President of FBLA . . . sang alto in a Cappella and mem- ber of senior octet . . . president of junior home room. CHARLOTTE WIDZER . . . College Prep . . Char was a member of TAP her senior vear . . . collects souvenirs . . . listens to music . . . adores jane Powell . . . checks lamb chops high on list . . . chimes in with "That's badv . . . likes lan- guages. IOHN O. XVIEDERKEHR . . . Vocrllional . . . another Dragnet booster . . . favorite movie star is Probert Cummings . . . rclishes fish and French fries . . . plavs baseball a good deal . . . okavs mathematics . . . wants to go into sheet metal work. 'ADrv Bonesv 79 Senior Banque! lww 7, 1954 What miracle transforms twelfth graders into well-dressed ROSE 'l'. NVEISINGER . . . Business I'llftll'llflUll . . . liosie served as vice-president of her sopho- more home room . . . treasurer of innior home room . . , desires to do clerical work after grad- uation . . . is inclined toward the Show of Shows . . . cniovs English and liasketliall. ll. ROMAYNE NVIKE . . . George-Borclen . . . "ls that a factiv' is her frequent expression . . . hopes to work at the Buttcrick Pattern Company . . . goes in for liistorv and wrestling . . . idolizes pizza pie . . . often reads hooks liv Miekev Spill- ane. IOAN VVILLIAMS . . . 13uB.s'iiie.sx Education . . . Io was home room president her iunior vear . . . participated in intramural sports as a sophomore . . . derives pleasure from softliall, swinuuing, and collecting monev from foreign countries . . . ollice work appeals to her. PAUL E. XVILLIAMS . . . College Prep . . . memher of the orchestra all three vears . . . plaved clarinet and liass clarinet respectivelv . . . wants a college education . . . has au aver- sion to snoliliish people . . . hand memlier for three vears. ROSE A. VVILLS . . . I3ii.s'iness Education . . came to us from Crcsson her senior vcar . . . hopes to lll'C0llll' a commercial artist in the future . . , dislikes conceitcd people . . . in- clined toward history, Spanish rice, and icc skat- ing . . . reads hooks liv Zane Crev. 'l'llUMAS VVlLSUNCl'lOl7rl' . . . College Prep . . . NVillv lists venison as his favorite food . . . has luinting and trapping for hobbies . . . prefer- ences include gvm, cars, and Mickev Spillane . . . is looking forward to a Navy career. LEONE M. WILT . . . College Prep . . . violin player in lhe orchestra and string quartet each vear . . . in string trio last two vears and Fellow- ship Clnli sophomore vear . . . loathes egotistical people . . . relishes fried chicken. VIVIAN Nl. NVILT . . . George-Brirflen . . . Mick- ev is partial to Charlton lleston . , . eniovs Mickcv Spillane and I Love Lncv . . . holiliies include eating and art . . . cannot endure people who are stnek-up . . . savs her favorite subjects are all sciences. ALICEANN M. YV0llLBllUCK ., . College Prep . . . performed duties as front page editor of Mountain Echo . . . inemlicr of Iunior Acadcniv of Science and TAP . . . sang soprano in a Cap- pella . . , future mathematics teacher . . . active nicnilier of Quill and Scroll. MARY F. XVOLFE . . . College Prep . . . Mollie was a sophomore home room representative . . . thorns memlier for two vears . . . lielonged to Ushers' Cluli junior and senior vears . . . liacteriol- ogv, ice cream, and Martin and Lewis top her list of favorites. ELLIOTT XV. VVOOD . . . Vocational . . . Eli plaved intramural liasketliall each year . . . cap- tain his senior vear . . . fancies French fries, mathematics, and Mickev Spillane . . . goes wild over Doris Dav . . . oliiccts to stuck-np girls. LENOHE NV. NVOODLEY . . . General . . . ali- hors people who are alwavs late . . . plans a future of working in the Butterick Pattern Coni- panv . . . takes to Charles Dickens . . . swoons over Iohn VVavne .,.r iverworks expression i'Ccez." G. RODNEY VVOODRINC . . . Voelltionlll . . . active in hoiue room liasketliall . . . is appalled liv loud girls . . .eniovs niatheiuatics . . . often plavs haseliall or goes dancing . . . indulges in steak . . . fascinated liv Doris Dav . . . likes to watch The Coinedv flour. l"HEDEllICK C. XVOODS . . . Voeolionol . . . Petcis holiliv is swimming . . . his pct expression is "NVhv not?, . . . plaved intramural haskethall senior year . , . tops with him are liaseliall, steak. and Dragnet . . . idolizes Ioel McCrae. "Yes, NVe llave No Bananasl' 80 1954 young men and Women dancing and dining. I O R XVic-singer IVilie XVilliams, I NVilliains. P XVills Wilsoncroft XVill. L. XVilt, V. XVohlbruek XVolfe XVood XVoodlev XVoodring VVoods, F. Woods, I. Woods, T. Noolridge Noomer, K. Noomer, Susan 7 A oomer, Suzanne IUDITH A. XVOODS . . . College Prep . . . junior class executive committee member . . . alto in a Cappella junior and senior years . . . Y-Teen member last two years . . . worked in main otlice sophomore year . . . secretary of junior English class . . . favors badminton. THEODORE E. XVOODS . . . Vocational . . . varsity eager all three years . , . captain of 19513- 54 team . . . football quarterback sophomore year . . . played second base on baseball team junior and senior years . . . detests people who act like big brains all the time. SHIRLEY I. WOOLRIDGE . . . George-Burclen . . . SneeZic's ambition is to enter training at Mercy Hospital . . . baseball, French fries, and Iohn X'Vavne are most pleasing to her . . . sew- ing is her hobby . . . often watches I Love Lucy on TV. KENNETH R. VVOOMER . . . Vocclfionlll . . . goes in for hunting and Fishing in his spare time . . . mechanical drawing is his most preferred subject . . . would like to enroll in an engineering school after graduation . . . fancies ice cream. SUSAN I. YVOOMER . . . College Prep . . . add- ed her vocal talents to Mr. Bohn's and Miss Eber- le's choruses . . . desires to be a school teacher . . . shuns people who are late and show off . . . iodlizes Tab Hunter . . . spends time reading. SUZANNE WOOMER . . . College Prep . . . was an alto and pianist in a Capella all three years . . . member of Ushers' Club and TAP junior and senior years . . . accompanist for Mr. Bohn's chorus, octet, and sextet. DW 19 4 S NIOR Well, we made it! Whats the D. GORDON WRAY . . . Vocational . . . was busy with Traffic Patrol in sophomore year . . . participated in home room basketball every year . . . indulges in fish and tomatoes . . . desires to do electrical work upon graduation . . . likes Milton Berle. NORMA J. WRIGHT . . . Business Education . . . sang second soprano in Mr. Bohn's chorus senior year . . . secretary of sophomore English class . . . home room president junior year . . . desires to be a telephone operator . . . hates childish boys. SHIRLEY M. WYLAND . . . College Prep . . . Shir's pet saying is "Oh come, now" . . . is vexed by dirty saddle oxfords . . . includes history, john Wayne, and Albert Payson Terhune among her favorites . . . wishes to be a nurse. F. RICHARD YEATTS . . . College Prep . . . Dick's aim is a college education . . . belonged to the Academy of Science all three years and served as president his senior year . . . rocketry is his hobby . . . favors physics and gymnastics. Wray Wright Wyland Yeatts Yingling, G. Yingling, M. Young Zierer GRACE M. YINGLING . . . Business Education . . . goes for such things as business law, roller skating, and French fries . . .abhors people who are conceited and stuck-up . . . has an ambition to do clerical work after graduation. MARY E. YINGLING . . . General . . . second soprano in Mr. Bohn's chorus every year . . . ob- jects to conceited people . . . listening to records is her favorite way to pass extra time . . . delight- ed with history, French fries, and John Derek. DELORES I. YOUNG . . . Business Education . . . home room president her senior year . . . striving to be a telephone operator in the future . . . Ushers' Club member her senior year . . . Eddie Fisher's program is a favorite must . . . enjoys bookkeeping and baseball. PATRICIA A. ZIERER . . . Business Education . . . disinclined toward people who are late . . . takes pleasure in Pennsylvania history, Mark Twain, and basketball . . . can't do without ham . . . keeps saying "Oh happy day" . . . likes to view television. COMMENCILMENT next goal--B.A., MA., l.O.B., or lVI.R.S.? June 10 1954 Zll1ll1lt'!'l1l4ll1. D. linnnerman, E Zitscb 'rye NY DENNIS P. ZIMMEIUNIAN . . . General . . . women drivers annoy him . . . prefers chem- istry, football, and Zane Crev . . . considerably stimulated by Marilyn Monroe . . . claims hir is at case when he is driving . . . ambition is to join the Army. EDVVARD L. ZllNllWERlWAN . . . l70Cllfl0lllll . . . Eddit-'s favorites are baseball, algebra, and john YVaync . . . indulges in spaghetti . . . can't put up with stuck-up girls . . . has plans to attend college . . . his hobby is radios . . . keeps saying '4Oh budcly.', KENNETH E. ZITSCII . . . General . . . pre- ferred Way of using spare time is taking part in sports . . . loathes peroxide blondes . . . mechanical drawing is his favorite subject . . . could cat ten chicken dinners . . . enjoys foot- ball anal clrawing. NORMAN H. FRYE . . . Vocational . . . played end on football team sophomore year . . . cap- tain of light crew for English Department Play senior year . . . favorite food is venison . . . served on light and stage crew the last two years for annual shows. ANNA M. GREY . . . Brwincss Education . . . sang soprano in Mr. Bohn's chorus her sopho- more and junior years . . . alto in Miss Eberleis chorus senior year . . . takes to mashed potatoes and ham . . . shuns conceited people . . . hobbv is collecting boxes. "Little Man You've Ilad A Busy Day" 83 SENIORS NOT PHOTOCRAPHED Florence L. Dittsworth Michael A. Fazio Paul D. Keen Alice M. Lawruk Kay S. Tyler CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Maroon and Silver White Rose CLASS MOTTO "Though we reflect on days of yore - Prepare for the future, '54" JUNIOR SPONSORS Miss Corle Miss Bowman Mr. R. Hoffman Miss Mattern Mr. Ramsey THE UNIORS Make way for the class of ,551 Confident of their status in AHS, the junior class began its activities at a blass meeting on October 29, 1954. Installation of officers was held, with Mr. Mad- docks as installing officer. Following the busi- ness meeting, the junior octet, Barbara Calcavec- chia, and Mike Polignoneis band entertained. The Girls' Gym in high school was the scene of the class's first dance, a sock hop. Flaunting the date, F riday, November 13, cats, broken mirrors, and an entrance under a ladder formed the theme. john Buchananis band furnished the music, and two novelty dances - a spot dance, a broom dance - were featured. The first formal dance by any junior class in AHS was held on April 10, in the Logan Room of the Hotel Penn Alto. Based on a springtime theme, the dancers stepped to the music of Lee O'Connor, former trombonist for Harry james, and his orchestra. Another entry on the dance program was the entertainment which featured Fawn Cox, a marimba solo, Barbara Calcavec- chia, a vocal solo, Bill Artz, a vocal solo, Carole Dandrea, a baton twirling exhibition, and Her- man Nagle, a phono-mimic. The programs were in charge of judv Kelchnerg entertainment, Mary Grace Kerr, tickets, Mona Tilson and Mary Lou Taneyhillg and publicity, james Daski. The junior class sponsors whom are headed by Mr. Raymond Hoffman who guided the class activities fs . Q E x Q L .Aw A 1 L' I:-..Q'7 -1' 'by n I Q , 455' I 'Z 1, ,! 4 .F n g ,lv pq' 1 4 Q IK n" Q 1 . fd I I 5 , 'v' 01" A- fx' 4.4 I I O 'xi' U Qtost f.1ll, 0.19 .fv N2 4 'Y",'Q.nI . -f gl Q -I EWR Q ,,,4 ,--'I' , Q..,.X Vx Q53 Si 91? 1 5 -B., HM THE SOPHOMORES Entering into that great unknown called Altoona Senior High School, year 1953-54, the sophomores used the first semester as a getting- acquainted period classes and to close the gap between old Roosevelt and Keith rivalries. The first meeting of the class came when the Sophomore Reception was held in September. The class of '56 was introduced to Mr. Mad- docks, principal, Mr. Brooks, assistant principal, Mr. Hugh Black, dean of boys, Mrs. Ruby Crum, dean of girls, and to the various department heads. The senior and junior class officers as- sisted in sewing punch and cookies While the sophomores had their first chance to meet each other as a whole class. On February 24, the officers elected by their classmates just before the start of the second semester were installed by Mr. Brooks, and the class sponsors were introduced. The entertain- ment consisted of a vocal solo by Carol Axe and selections by the senior octet. The sophomores held a dance on March 6 at the Jewish Memorial Center in the form of a Mardi Gras, complete with gaily-colored crepe paper, balloons, and masks. Dancing was to the music of John Buchanan's band, which was per- viewed a week before at a class meeting. Queen Sandra Schoch and King Robert VVherry were chosen by vote of the class and presided over the festivities. Committee chairmen were: Carol Axe, decorations, Louis DeAngelis, refreshments, Robert Wherry, tickets, Susan Woods, enter- tainment, and Iudy Lass, publicity. SOPHOMORE SPONSORS Mr. Black Miss Dick Mr. H. Lantz Miss Puckey Mr. Woomer Q , EE. 'M mi Ei' SEAM ,, eg Ski . Ni, i' 355, -N, ,I A in 5,5111 A ' I s Q 3:2-fig' ' 'f A ww, 1 . VZ-U . " ' 1 l V Malik' 1 'ii - aww. fy , 'iiiysy X pfizi- . ,Q . wh X , , , , 14fc.A5i15jf,r , 1 l 'J 5 , Q W vga, 'Y 1 fn' ,ctw 1,4 lun W W 1, If' vu R , 4, N ' T, 1 5 M ,K , li' 'V S 5' W, 1+ an Y x M 3 'E . 5 W2 3 32 F' il in J? N 2 ff K v , X 1 , 1 L ' - fifi'-1 1 Tuff? W 44?37Wg:f if - .yin i . , .wgivi .s.,.5,':g,,'M 5 I i mm 4 , - ft My K Q , ., , NY . x ': Q 9 5 :., ' W' k': 1 Sz :+',.5.,,,-K' .P Y , It ' -1 34 9 Q 7 'In . my ' ,J-"H ww 15 ..,.....-u... ,, fa N.. .J rf 9' v 9 The events recorded have made the past school year a busy and active one 1-5 ,E , , ,. ef 'w fs :, ' ' ,,' Q4 f- K '-"M--Q-1 .W r 1 H' -47' J V' ' 4, if Z 1 , 1 REFL 2 THE SENATE XVith the words, "This meeting will please come to order," the Senate began its business under the direction of Mr. John Yon, sponsor. and Bonnie Holton, president. every other Tues- day. During the year the Senate completed the following items in their program: to add a rep- resentative from the Vocational Department. to buy mirrors for the boys lavatories on the first and third floorsg and to procure a plaque for the second floor Water fountain designating that it was donated by the Class of 1953. THE SENATE PRESIDENT iil' Bonnie llolton l The Senate took charge of the College Con- ference on December 3 and decorated the Christmas trees in the lightwells. They also con- ducted a collection of canned goods before Christmas and distributed 475 items among ten needy families. On the lighter side. a dance was held in the Boys, Gym January 8 after the Johns- town game. Reverend Eugene Slep from Greens- burg spoke to the student body in February. Another assembly sponsored bv the group was a student talent show on March 3, the proceeds of which went into the Horseshoe fund. First Row: -Ioanne Cody, Carol MeCirk, Judy Lass, Terry Clarke. rice-presidentg Mr. Yon, sponsorg Bonnie llolton, presidentg Allan Hazen, Eleanor Rhine, Carole Axe, Indy Mt-Gee. Second Row: Ann Saekett, Doris Vanlandt, Benita Qlorlcasky, Alice Campbell, George Heaton. Dare Adams, lliehard Kantner, Chester NVhite, Don Betar. Third Row: Ann Mitchell, Bill VVaile, Mike Armstrong, llobert W'llerrv, jack Sill, jane lleplogle. HON! E ROOM REPRESENTATIVES ttioysl First Row: Huh Archer, -lim Peterson. Fred Leahev, Bill XVaite, presidentg Rohcrt Dcjaifle, Edgar Iloyer, Ken- ut-th Strohmeycr. Mr. Yon, sponsor. Second Row: Alhert Batrus, Morley Cohn. Charles Smith. David lliester. Kenneth llcnrv. Ray Sell, Paul Bat- tisti. Chester VVhite. Bill Ryan. Third Row: Dick Morse. -lim NVhite. Roh Craig, jim Daski. llcury Hansard, Bill Shaner. Stanley Mm-vcr. HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES fflirlsj First Row: Mr. You, spousorg Eleanor Rhine, Judy Kelcucr. Ann Sackett. Nancy llallmzm, Dolores' Spiuazzola, ,loannc Codv, presideutg Kay Brown. Pattie Cluut, Carole Mcflune. Sylvia Geyer, Nancy Kessler, Jean Bollinger. Second Row: Sallv Johnson. Carol Aim Graham, Nancy Miller, Pat -Iolmstou, Rarhara Snvder. Sonya Cralmill, Mar- lene Conroy. Nanci' jo Peters, -Ioan Cassidy. Barbara Totten. Third Row: Delores Colcy, Nancy YVilt, Hazel xvtlltllll, Miriam Pine, llarrict Lee. lfilaiuc NYineland, iXl1l!'llYlI Shrovcr, jolanda lleekert. Becky Ilill. Lcouiccc llartsock, Charlene XV1lQ'llt'I'. Home room representatives, under the di- rection ot Nh: .Iolm Yon, are chosen bv the home rooms to attend the home room representative meetings, which are held quarterly throughout the year. At these meetings the representatives receive material for home room programs and discuss from the student viewpoint any problems that have arisen in the school. The home room representatives are in charge of al sales, such as the sale of activity tickets and Horseshoes, and handle all money from these sales. They also help improve con- ditions throughout the school hy appointing various student improvement committees to deal with school property, good Will, and the task of making home rooms more attractive. 91 H0 E R00 REPRESENTATIVES SPONSOR Sir. john F. Yon FEDERATION OFFICERS Left to Right: Bob XVhitc, secretarvg Mike Armstrong, presidentg Tom Ilughes, viee-president BUYS FEDERATIO SPONSOR Dr. Hugh G. Black 0 .4 During the past year this organization of all the boys of the school had a wide variety of interesting assemblies. After the installation of officers on September 24, by Mr. Maddocks, the first assemblv program was a judo exhibition. Officers .lack Kuhn and Ed Flanagan put ou a fascinating show. featuring speed and skill for self-defeuseg and of the many programs presented to the boys, this Was the best received. Incident- ally, this was the tirst time a girl ever at- tended a Boys' Federation meeting. A few ot the girls gvm classes were guests ot the bovs. The bovs saw movies on the skills of hunting and fishing, and also enjoyed a movie on the new rules and techniques of basketball. Coach Phil Rice gave a short talk on the coming season preceding the film on basketball. Reverend Eugene Slep of Greensburg gave a splendid talk about determination to succeed. In all, but i11 Reverend Slepls talk especially. there was much to entertain as well as to profit bv in the program. 'l LEAGUE OFFICERS left to Right: Ann Mat- R l ielx, treasurer: -I a n e 'R Replogle. presidentg -Indy l' i l l e r, yiee-presidentg 5 Xlary ,lane Parks, seere- t try. 3 l E 3 3 The Girls' League. an organization for all girls. was formed to ereate a hetter un- derstanding among all girls and to aid them in their soeial and educational life. To make these goals educational as well as entertaining, programs were held twice a month. Among the outstanding programs of the year were a speech hy Dr. Carolyn Cox on 'iThe Challenge of the Ordinaryng an inspiring message by Rev. Eugene Slepg a speeeh hy Miss Nlarie Lentz, who was the loundcr of the Girls, Leagueg and Joyce Selnnelzlenls presentation of her prize-win- ning oration. At Christmas a delightful pro- grain of niusie was presented hy Mr. Bohn's ehorus. The League also collected Clothing to he giyen to the ehildren of the XVilliams- hurg Childrens, Home. The mother-daugl1- ter hanquet, which was the last event spon- sored by the League, Was, as aways, a de- lightful. eolorful affair. After directing the League for many years, Miss Eleanor Hare passed away on February 20, following an extended illness. During Nliss H211'txlS illness and after her death, Mrs. Ruby Crumm assumed the sponsorship of the League. 9 A 'J GIRLS' LEAGU ADVISER Mrs. Ruby K. Crumm .wig W x 55 luv 1? 'sg fy ."'---Zark, 4- fk s 1 . A 4 . "fA - X . x K. Q M ,. A ,v . -W,-f-1.-1, , I -A 'X ' 1n fl Mfbixf 1 5 . I I If Wm. Q. 'L Ki 5 'Qlwqunm 'Q il 4 , ...f.,- vw- . '-A35-v ww:-:J mx .-4 Uv- .1 I- ' 5" "'-LR'-qyjn., , Mr' 'z - f HORSESHOE MOUNTAIN ECHO COMPASS THE I954 HURSESHUE ulll'llCCtll7IlS ol' 1954" ir' tht- thvuic' for this x'c'z1r's IIu1'sc'sl1m' zuncl tha' Stull: tukvs grcnt plcalsurc' zuicl pritlc' iu this puhlicaltiou. Fur tht- first tilum' tlwrc' uri' caiuclicl shuts ou c'x'c'ry pc'rs0uuc'l pzlgm' Zlllll the' ilulivinllull picturvs aux' lzirgvr thzui c'x'c'r lJl'f0l'C. lluw' you uuticvcl thc' livacliugs ou wich ol' thc' scuiur pngvs? Thvsc' luuuliugs limi' lwcu iuloptt-al as ll p0I'lIl1lllK'Ilt l11'2ltlll'l' of tht' puhlic-utirm, lor they lwlpcwl give us first plain' in thi- l,l'IlllSYlY1llIl1l Sr,-huol Prvss Associzltivii judging lust yvzir. Flin' lloi'sc'sli:mc' stall IS cmupusvil ot sc'lc'c'tcml 'uu- iors aulcl svuiors who. uuclcr thc' glllllilllil' of Xlr. Scott Gc'c's:c'y :incl Xlr. clllkll'lUS Faris. stzirtvcl curh' iu tht' schuul lcur to plaui this hook. Svuim' picturvs wvrc' Q-omplc'tc'cl in laiiumry aural thc' iuclivichuil write'- ups iu l'1t'lJl'll11l'X'. .'Xt'tc'r Q-muplvtiug thc' l'lllt0I'll1l Svc- tiou auicl usscuiluliug thi' pliotogruplw, tht- 1934 Hurst'- shm' was fillllllf' rvzuh' for puhliczltiuu iu April. Tho stall' hopvs that iu thx' tuturm' as your mind rc'flc'c'ts buck ou your high school vcairs. this hoult will hriug lmck iu1'luo1'ic's, clvlightful 'uic'iu0rim's of ulnl f1'im'mlsl1ip.4. of L'lll'l'!'lllg ut fuothzill gzuuvs. lioinc'wurl4. clutvs. uucl all tht' mutiny social vvcuts that wcut into your lust yvur ut AHS. nuts must lvpi- till copy in cluplia-:ilt'. IIORSICSIIOIC STAFF Xlilllilgilljl lCclilur Kay SllYfl1lI .-Ks'-m-into lCclitur livnilgl ,IUl'kIl5kX Pursmnwl liclilurs Sumlr: I . 1' a lluigll. XI2ll'lYlH' I lippu NlLlI'ilYll SIIIYIXVI' l,ifl'l'lll'f' l'1llillll'h Kl'Illll'flI lim-ka-l. lflilklll' lirmvn, l!11l'lw111'a1 'l'nttvn Xlaxrilyll Xlyvlx Sports lCdilm's llzlxicl .-Xxlalllls. Ilmmgxnl Slmlmglv flllllllll lumlx 111:11 .EJ 'lwsm A -, c:'lIlZ1'llllllll1'I'.NOFIIIZIXICE ' -lkmw' Muck. l5c-xvrly NYilIi11n'1g M 3 we Sm-uit S, Cm-A Sponsors f:IIill'll'S A. lfzlris. 'sf wr Ilm DlL'tllI'l' prmvs that tln- SIJUIISUYS :Sir A Tlusn ffirls am- xull um mu tlu' july. THE UNTAIN ECHO 'llnese girls are learning make-up. Students with 'in intt last ' . . . -' ni journalism com- bined their talents to produce six editions ot the Mountain Echo in th X 1953-. ' - H' ' 4 54 school xc n The t l ' . . 4 ut ent staff kept the school well informed on the current happenings of Altoona lligh. The pupils were also permitted to express their de- sires, and view in school, national, and inter- national issues through the edi paper. torials of the There were several columns appearing in each addition of the newspaper which helped to enlighten and entertain the readers. They were "Behind the Pillars" written bv Aliceann NVolil- bruelt, uflirls' Leaguen with Alice Campbell as author of the column, and the traditional 'iSenior Ili-lights." For the second consecutive year the Moun- tain Echo was represented at the convention ol' the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, held bv the Columbia Universitv on the e'nn Jus. . L l Those who attended along with Miss Mildred Heller, sponsor, were Benita lorlcaskv, literary editorg Marv Grace Kerr, managing editorg Bev- erlv Cutshall associate editor, md Pt 1 f ' . , '- a 1g,g.,y Mars- den, literary editor. These girls are examining copy. S18 i' MOUNTAIN ECHO STAFF Managing Editor - Alice NVohlbruelc Associate Editor f Alice Campbell Literary Editors - Benita jorkasky, llelen Koelier Sports Editors - Allan llazen. Stephen Port News Editor - Sonia McGee Art Editors - Mary Lou Shauafelt, Peggy Shanafelt Typists - Sondra Cump, Marilvn Slirover Reporters - jack llill. Raymond VV:-river' ,41 , ,A ' M'-1v'jX ss- gait?" ' , I nliiurs ' n' UITIUIIIH ull lalvm lln-av lxms LIYL' lwslwxlsilmlv fm Spurls un l'l'ilQ1 llUl'S1'Sl1Ul' clvsk. Q. - ff x COMPASS STAFF l Seated: Barbara Ilanidmakcr, Patty Kcpncr, associate editor, Doris Van Zandt, cditorg Rae Crumbaker, business manager, Katherine Antcs. Stand- ing: joycc Graham, Maxine Cray, Lucille Di Prinzio, More-a German Kay Crm-cn, Marv Ann Lvons, Nancy Laniancusa, Miss Woomer. THE CUMPASS ADVISER Miss Ida E. Wooiner The Compass Staff, under the direction of Miss Ida Woomer, is a very important aid in acquainting new pupils with the school. This committee brings together in one book the rules and regulations of the school, the faculty, the activities of the school, the floor plans of the building, and also the subjects and credits re- quired for each grade. The Compass is a true friend to every new student in that it assists him in finding his rooms. becoming acquainted with the faculty, and be- coming familiar with the school activities and the manner in which they are carried out. Without the Compass, many new students would have trouble finding classrooms and be ignorant of the general rules by which the school is run. The Compass Staff realizes this fact and is continually striving to keep the booklet up-to- date so that it may be of assistance to all students. 100 Y if 'W l-.if 'fra , Jew ew ' 3' .in Fr. Q-fini, Up X L,-2 112 ,J ..:Pg1:'xg K A 411 'f R3 5 1 'X :Q 3'-fi' P ' W '- .A 1 ,, -, '11-TU' ff: 1-I-J"f..1" -':t1.r-L.-MJ. uf- -kk .EJ : " P C"' f" "' K" NJ' -A.: 333153, ? Ja BAND ORCHESTRA CHOIRS DRAMATICS 101 If 'FE THE BAND x Adds New Honors By Its Perforlnallces V4 llc-acls upl llcrc comvs tht- Altoona Svnior High School llancl in thvir snappy rod anal hlac-li uniforms. llvamling tht 1 'z lc ' X mm rm am sow-ii Ill0llll7l'l'S arm' thv hijll-stcp vi K 'ig iz: -twirling maio1'c-ttcs anal l' ug wir ers X ,' Iarol Nic Tho haml, umlvr thc clirvction of Nlr. -lohn Nlonti, Ill2ll'Cl1l'll in promiiwnt positions in the .-Xrmistico Day. Cfrusaclc' for Fl'l'C'Cl0lIl Christmas and Nlcmorial Day paraclc-s. During tha- foothall sm-axon, tlu- haml vutc-1'tainccl during hall--time at all the home- gamvs. forming such figure-s as a guitar a cliurcli, a tc-a kt-ttlv aml two c-ups, aml an olcl victrola for thc fans. Playing popular songs, thc-y clcpictvcl a cliff:-rent thvmm- a 1-ach gaine. Thu- lmaml also trax'vlc-cl to -lolmstowu, XVllllllJl'l', ancl NVilliamsport foothall games umlc-r the sponsorship of thc ath lvtic clcpartmciit. CAROL Nh-CIRK 102 t Games and in Public The concert band was presented to the public at its annual concert in the Roosevelt auclitoriuin on March 19. The program incluclecl, among other selections, the "YVilliain Tell Overturegw "Cole Porter Selections." "Colorainag" "Park Avenue Fantasyf' and "March 3 dc Febrerof' a Bolivian concert inarch. Soloists were john Loose. saxophoneg Sheldon McDonald. troniboneg Nlichael Polignone. truinpetg and Terry YVarcl, clarinet. Other numbers were presented by The Three -lacks, truinpeteersg the Seven Sad Saxes. saxophonistsg the Five Flainaclidclles, tyinpanig the Four Slippers, tronibonistsg and the Four Trinnpeteers. Pre- views of the concert Were shown to the student bocly during an assembly on Nlarch 17. The Spring Music Festival in Slay. honoring Music VVeek, was the band's last public appearance clurinq the school year. 10:3 1954 BAND PERSONNEL Flutes: XV. Craffiiis, li. Grow-, j. llile- inzui, M. Ilos-ppue1'. Oboesz IJ. Crainc, l'. bl. Strvhlv, A. Taylor. Clarinets: P. Ayers, IJ. Iierrv, J. lirancla. C. Buck- reis, J. Calvert, li. Catina, Nl. Criclcr. H. Fleck, T. Foose, bl. Galant. ll. Cell. M. johnson. C. Kensinger. li. Kerlin, J. Lauxlis, -I. Loose, N. Sinilh, 'If VVarcl. D. Yeager. Bzlssoons: NI. NIL'- Acloo, J. Urhinato, XV. NYaL-liter. Tenor Saxophones: N. Manu-ieri, ll. Stoner, D. rllOlIl17ltx, K. Uinbower. Baritone Saxophone: K. N11-ya-i'. Trum- pets: K. Arthur. -I. Buchanan. VV. Car- ter, L. Colby, UI. llinarclo. P. Dixon, D. Ernest, M. flalanl, C. Conlon, -I. Cornian, H. Kanlner. ll. Loziimli. Nl. Polignonc, L. Ptak, il. lloclgcrs. tl. Strciglitilf, ml. Stifllcr. I.. XVhite. AI. Yeager. Bass Clarincts: ll. Fxans, l'. XVilliauis. Alto Saxuphoncs: Al. Herk- stresser, lf. Blair, D. Curry, CZ. Eckley. C. Marla-l, S. Nleyer. French Horns: XV. Fagan. li. Hobson. F. May, T. Meehan. D. Perry. S. Van- clrew. Baritones: li. Arclu-y. NV. Lightner. li. Pe-iuier, XV. llupp, Cl. Stump. Trombones: li. Bookinan. F. Dax is. J. Daxis. li. George, ll. Kaul'- inan. ll. Kensingcr. l.awrcnce, -I. Martin, S. Mc-Doualcl, ul, NlcNIinn, P. Nicocleuius, li. fycllilllllbll QI. llouzcr. D. Sniith. A. W'c-ber, ll. XYh.ile, Z. xvilllilllwflll. Basses: C. Ainnu-rinan, D, lilaeliburn, H. llc-jaiiiilc, J. Ilolingcr D. Gibson. Ii. llllli'l, li, -Iornlinil Percussion: XV. Alwinc. Cl. Auniau. li. Cox. L. Garrett. Q. Gates. lx. Kuhn, F. Nagle. CI. Parvin, C. lloinano- wicz, NI. Troxcll. String Bass: D. Cauni. D. NlcCi'r'iulv. NIR. JOHN. C. NKTNTI A CAPPELL HUIR Nh: Ilowurd XY. Lilllllllllilll Xlusic, popuhu' nucl SllL'l'K'll, is il part of thc ch1'vc-tvcl hy Xlr. Liuchuuuu, who In-ft :NHS iu mlllcaltiomll pfocvss iu our school. zlucl groups Alglllllilff' to sm'1'x'c- us an IIIOIIIIJCI' of Citv Council. Iuka--tluf ll Lzlppvllu lunge" p1'ox'nch-cl us wuth this Tlwh- public upDl,umm.K. imqmlcd thc. gh,-in- luusu' for lllilllf' yn-urs. lhc' ous' huuch'0cl sopho- Urs' Bzmqlwt mul thc, um, lpcgtivul at thc, 'MM 'I'-HHN. 'mums :md Smluzrs' Hmlm. thnx dmxctlml Mosfuw. XVithout douht thvil' R1l'l'k1llgl'll1l'Itt ol' ol Nhss Dorothv NIL-C.l'c'qor throughout thc .. w . ,. .V . '- - - . - l'c'st1vz1l hlllllh' XVIII hm' 1'0lm-1uhvrvcl for ll long svhool ya-au' lulvv pl'c'sm'11tml fum ZISSUIHIIIY pro- t. ' grzuus oi outstauuhug qlulhty. Such uu illSt1lllC0 Ima!! H I H . I I r wus that Xliustrvl Show xvlwrv tht-y hrought N wt COIN N' 11 mmf' mug Cm" to tum vzuulcwilh- to AHS, uloug with its wc-ll-lovvcl mu- 5011001 C111'l'l'I'S thilll fhltll' 11I5W'11"u"U' Ht thi' git- of flu- South, This WHS Iullfmft-ll lufm- by flu- CIommclncmuvut cxc-11-iscs wlth only thc svuiors c1Il!'iSt!ll2lS llilgnilllt of hvuutiful hfllilhlf' luusic, participating? Q H gf" 'r Q 'W - Y . ms .ML A 4 If 6. pk , 'W .f 'L - X 4 .1514 - W E 1,3 ,Q X K, M af L g , wi 2 -1 "H ' 'f Ha fs, gf W, . . mln., ,N 1 K V ff . . b . Q L zI"f-Vifik m 2853 N35 MKWNSQQK 7 5 M , -H ...- '91-Q +14if5fv.f 7TE h ' .. 1 V 5 M L ,L 5 . .Q v , 4 ,, K I M 'Qggk' Lf? i . if: . k , V, X E K gfggw 'X 1.55 x ii - 3 ' ' 'K X, Q xx 'mr ., w 5 .xi 'O f N 5 l f uf Q " A . N' X eg S, .. fi 1 K 1 w f2i1'ti.m3L'g' ' is-wg 22 " K f , -' 1- viva f. i Mwggnggk Lkl, .. ,M 'af 5 I ' X iiiyff iff f S Wk.gg , QRS x f 3" Y A Q-.,,.-ann-r Wig! FIRST VIOLINS Standing llicfl to Rightiz Donnid Sinithbnncr. lmonc XVHI, Doris llc-Bolt, NVilli:nn Km-rns, licllv Ashinaun, Morgan Smith, Doris lhoinpson, Lindam fjllllllilljllllllll, Ann Chcrry, xlilfil' l"l'i-cd. THE ORCHESTRA With 95 picccs und all scctions znnplv and cupably fillcd. 1953-54 was a banncr vcnr, with onc of the fincst orchcstras in our history. From thcsc 95 picccs, the string qnnrtct, string cnscni- blc, brass quartet, and duncc orchestra wcrc formed by thc compctcnt dircctor, Mr. john Monti. Among thc intcrcsting nninbcrs being rc- hcnrscd for the zunninl spring conccrt wcrc: "March of the Mcistcrsingersn, by Xvllglllxlf 'Kc,V0I'tlll'C to thc Ballot Don Jann", by Clnchg i'Thc Tvpcwritcrq, by Andcrsong "Rnby"g "Dark Eycshg uNight und Dnyng and Frccklcsv, il string pizzicato innnbcr. Incidcnhilly. this ycnr thc school had its largcst rcprcscntution cvcr, 27 mcmbcrs, in thc Altoona Syinphonv Orchcstru. Thc klllllllkll or- chcstrn-bnnd picnic was nt thc Rigglcs Cup Hunting Lodge, with cvcryonc having n gala and fun-puckcd tiinc. BRASS SECTION Seated: lion l'crry. Louis Pink. XVailtcr Liglihicr, Tcrry Vnndrcw, NVilh:nn lfngnn, Aliin c:0l'l1l1lIl. Nlit-Inn-l Polignonc, :Incl Strcightiif, john Bnchzlnani. Standing: Toni Mcchzni, llonnld Nico- dcnnis, Htlllillil Kanihnnn. Shcldon NIIJIJUIHIIH, jay Dolingcr, Zzinc NVilliannson, lionnlid 0'Con- nor, -Inn I.nwrcnci'. Clcorgc liodgcrs MlISii'iHIlS Place 27 Members in Civic Symphony BASS SECTION SECOND VIULINS .lin-rl: AIULHIIIL' lluir. Nlzwllm IJc'tl'in-ll, Carrol Este-p. Pal- Sczltcdl Estlwl' XVl1:1l'i011, Lllllllllll X'1llHll'1'XX'. lmllvllal Nl.1l- tm-ial HilIllIIl1lllIl.SIll' Nh-lnuH'iv. I'ln'llis Tmttn-r. Shmcling: tvm. Sully Surxc-r, xl1ll'QilI'K'f lilac-k. Nlurgiv NIL-Umm-ll f IIAUIXII Clcmuclfm-llmx'. BLll'I1All'11 limvsvr. -Il'1lllC'ttL' Silllllllilh Standing: AIillIl'l Diclll. lJ:L1'lvl1v lliilnf-lncl4'141m-l'. -In gxllll llllI'il'i1l Bfllllllillllgll, Doris Bu111llgg11'cl1u'1'. Dalximl cjillllll. llilvrmlll, IJf'lliSt' IJilXi4'S, Hmvszl JXKIIIIIIN, Fully Bulls xirl XlL'ffl'n'zlclx', .lu Anm- l74'h'iL'l1, Xlurris Krupc-, 1iIDlJi'I't BXFOII Krzlpfh, f:l'l'2lllliIll' Smith, 13211111 XY1'1'lf. Kllf XX lH1ll'L'. llcxmvlt Yvmlrin-al Frzlllks. TYNIPANI YVOOD XVINDS mling theft lu liighU: XYilIizun Alwimx Kl'llIll'flI Kulm. Seated: AI 'l'ux'lu1', Dun Cfmim-, Vvqgx' In SIITIIII' Xlzlril lnI11lXhIxu O1 2" . ' K ll'Iltlll Cmlvs. l'mm Klux. mmm' lIm'pp1nc'1'. -Imlith lIill'lll2lll, XXI-Qtun Clmflim, lic-n IIN C-ruxv. Stamling: 'l'v1'l'V XVQIVLI, IillIl't XYl'LlXl'l'. XYilm.1 XxvAlL'lllL'l'. Clmr1'gc- Ki'lISii1Ql'l4. 'Inf' U1'lmimnlu, Iiivllaml ljlllillll, K4-l'm'1' xIl'f'l'l', Nllllf' Nlu.Xcl4m. llama-3' Cla-ly. Ilm-l'lxc'1't SIUIIUII -Irmlm l,uosm', 107 x.: MISS ICBERLITS CHORUS l"irsl Row: clll1ll'li'llL' XY11g111-11 li1ll'll1ll'1l limlgws. Sliirloy XVz1g111'1', H1-lty Sl1'11tl11'1's. il1llL'llil Ilit-ki-1's1111, Shirli-y ltliuiiv, -lLlIll'l .'hl'llISll'Hl1Q, Naclva Ita-1-111, lJ11l111'c-s Sist-11. Second Row: lil1ll'lNll'1l l"ris1'l1, ljtillllll l'a1g11. Nlarx' .-X1111 cil'B', lilllllhl' Stahl, Pal ciilllIl7lN'll, BilI'lJill'1l l"11111', Miss lilu-1'lw. Third Row: I.u11is1' l,ilQilIlt'll2l, l,111'ilh' Dc'Nisi, Aliw- l,a1x'1'11lQ, -lilll4'i King. .lt'lllllll' lfcclvli. Naiivx' Il111't1111. li2ll'lD1ll'1l tllnili-Ulu, Nlllltf' Krapv, Carol Nliti-l11'll. GIRLS C H 0 S Miss Ebcrlcis Cliorus Miss Alma M. lillcrlc Uiiclvr the spc111so1'sl1ip of Miss 1-Xl111a tClw1'lc'. this chorus, which is lllllfll' up of all girls l'r41111 thc- sopl1o111o1't-, j1111io1', anal s011iu1' clafasc-s, par- ticipatvtl ill thc Nlusic Fustival lwld at thc- .lafta Mosqiiv i11 Nlay. a11cl also wvrc lil'l'lllll'llf c11t1'1'- taiiiurs for thc- Boys' FCCll'l'iltltJII lIll'L'iiIlQS. BCCQIIISU of thi- sim of thc' Q-l1o1'11s and thc fact tllill' svctioiis ot' tht- singers 111ct at clilil'4'1'v11t pcricmcls of thc clay, most of thv 17l'llL'fiL'lllQ for l'lltK'l'iillllIlll'IltS was alum- alitvi' sc-liool hours so that all girls 1-1111111 lx- i02,'l'tll0l'. Not c111lx' spirit- ual and light 111111111 lIllIl1lM'l'S, hut also popiilar and folk t1111c-s llliltlt' 1111 thv p1'11gra111s of this vvrsatilc group. .-Ks i11 the vcars past. this all girl Cll0l'llS l1as lllllllltililllxtl tht- high StklIlClLlI'tlS that liavv lwvii thv most 0lltSil1Illllllg2,' lllllllllllfli ol' thc' llllISlL' tlt'Dlll'tIIH'IIt for lllllllf' vc-ars. IOS Mr. B0lll1,S Chorus Unclcr tht- clircction of Mr. Husscl Bohn, this all girl chorus spccializccl in music mostly of a classical and sacrccl naturc. This group Silllg for many diffcrcnt churchcs during the school tcrm and thcy also had a special program for thc Cirlsl Lcaguc at Christmas. Sixty chorus mcm- hcrs wcrc pickccl to sing at thc Pcnn Alto in Ianuary and March. Anothcr activity that will hc wcll-rcmcmhcrccl was th:-ir finc showing at the- Xlusic Fcstival hclcl at thc Jaffa Mosquc in May. To kccp their justly famous two-hour rcpcr- toirc of songs, the chorus practicccl aftcr school as wt-ll as cluring the school clay. Onc of thc mcmorics of thc class of 1954 will most ccr- tainlx' hc thc echoing of girls, voiccs through thc corriclors the scconcl, fifth, and sixth pcriocls, and thc fine- quality of work when the girls maclc thcir appcaranccs. Sv sy, il' E I , s ""-in c 2 Mr. Russel K. Bohn MR. BOHN'S CHORUS First Row: -loannc Nloorc, Donna Long, Lorraine- Markcl, Susan XVoomcr. Pc-arl Laircl, ,Iolamla llcckcrt. Doris Crotslcy, Nancy Viponcl, Donna Mottcr. Second How: Mr. Bohn. Carolyn XlcC,oy, -Ianct Spicrs, -loan lfoor, Dorothy Emcrly, Lconiccc ll lrt Flush lll cl l'1t1i ii '1 1 sock. llclcu Tanxi. Dorotln' 1 z 'ca Clllllpillllllll. Third Row: Cullcttc Rilcy, Mary Yingling, Loom- Wilt, Doris B11lIIIIQ'ill'1lIlL'I'. Bc-ttc Dclnliis, Shirlcy Bcatty Xlarv Cll'llll'll9 B'll'll'll"l Kccth f' l Y I , . - , ., . . . ' , ,arm Nlcrritts. 109 "GREAT BIC DOORSTEPD fopail Kira-ta NVilc-yi pleads with the Commodore LDax'e lliestcrj O R DRAMATICS Maintaining its reputation for high stand- ards and solid entertainment, the dramatics group scored its annual big hit with the Eng- lish department play, "The Great Big Door- step." For two successive nights appreciative audiences enjoyed the trials andetribulatious of the down-but-not-out Crochet family, as portrayed by Zerelda Bowser, Dave Hiester, Greta Wiley, Gayle Maximon, Allan Hazen, and a fine supporting cast. For assembly programs students from the dramatics classes put on "jilted", "The Neighbors", "The Boy on the Meadow", and "Dooley and the Amateur Hourv. In addition, the Girls' League was entertained by expert productions of "Let,s Make Up" and "Penny Plainn. The director, Miss Sally Levan, also supervised the construction of a new light panel with silent switches and an efficient dimmer system. Incidentally, the house which was the major part of the set for "The Great Big Doorstep" had to be sawed in half to get it into the storeroom. "IILTED" Don Clwlorris Krapcl makes love to Peggy CSusan NVoodsl 110 A'ClllCA'l' HK DU0llS'l'lCI"' Ihv C.nmlnu1lul'm' mhxm llix dun. "KlRlCA'l' BIC lJO0RS'I'liI"' l'llL'la' D1-uvy 1 llwlm-nl .lrrlx nw 1 .Xll.m xx ith lun-N4-nh im' thv hun- 115. "ClilC.-YI' ISK D00llS'l'lCl"' Ilu' lnmllauly yluyux mm-lllvni nl ax k 1' N Nh lm'n.u4ln: Q1-Nilllww. 'AG'1il'1.Yl' BIG DUURSTICIV' .XI'llllll' Qlicumlal Ilvh A-17 un-tx lnlllml lmll xlm-k nu lux lhruut IJ' "J ll,'l'l'ID" nlv Ulauw lam' lxlv- xzml xhmu mlQ.lL!n-- lm-nl rm! in IN-QQ. "GlllCA'l' Bl! llUUNS'l'l'Il"' Xlulllzf. 'l'n1v.nl, :lml I'.x'vim' H3 to Lm11Qul'i .-Xrtlnlr. lil ww nl. 1? M S2 L-inf' 54 as +m,6-if 21353 3 ,Q .-sivw w 5 3 3 WW! 153+ 4 SV ,4 Avg. H LK. 4. 1 f..' , 3 K '1 I w 1 3 1 ' fn 3? ,sf -,-..., , M'-1' fn .3 - .1 fiwfs - b S4 S' K, 23 44 ., my A 1-wen-fg iwvu , Qs 'X ai mf 233 f' E?"',43 4g2 ivvgmi? Q 2 1 3 'Af 11255 i? qk 3:34 Hi My ,WM f,.' wif hubs Egg 1? .M f if my 1-uh ff! Ss v - - ,,,,.. 6 3 Q A. H. MAJORFITTES lii'l.l to liiglll: Susan: NVumls, Burl mm Urnlmni, Samclru Sclim-Ii, xlK'l'll2l Illioclc-s, Annu Ninn' Kliiw, Num-3' Ilia-lwlts. Cfilrnl Nh-Clirlx, Susan Alun-lismi, Kntlllvc-in Ilmisluv, Bt'Xl'l'lX' Kmw. Cgmmli- llauiclrc-11. Cfalrul Nlalkin. Drmnai Alun i l fi Il, COLUR CUMDANY At lootlmll guincs In-au-ts limit faster wlivn our lmncl sivps out lwliincl thc' liigll-stcpping group of A.lI.S. Maljcmiii-ttcs pic-turvcl aliovc. Eye-s snap to uttvntion wlicn Old Clorv pussvs lw c'scoi'fc'cl by tliv prvttv Iussivs pictllrccl to tlu- lvlit. Tliv Flag l3:'a1l'v1's do tlivir part also to vntfr- tain tlu- crowd with lirilliauit twirliiig livtwvc-ii tlic llulvcs. V-l'0g0tl1l'l' thi-so groups coinpusc what wo urv plvusvcl to cull our Colm' Compaulv. COLOR GUARDS Luft to Right: Carol Grzxliuxii, Nlkll'jlll'll' Nh-lluwl-ll. A juvuc' lll'l'L'llli'S, Rosa Amlalms. Putty lhliiiilmzlligli. .lmly I - fXlL'C4-0. 4 E SIUIOHI FLAG BEARICRS Kneeling: Elm-alinoi' llostlvr. Alllli' Sm-ki-tt. Sully S4-Il, Sauiclrzi Stn-4-lv. Standing: -llllIl'l Sclimcln-l'. Num-x' Nlillvr, Q -Q -f asf , gg 557 .7 if-y :- gif 15: 11 S Sf X ,K wf mf,-f wv X .- ,,W-UV Y , . ww. , ,.,,. K iffy A f 52225 -KW 4 ii!-if ,I if x "7?4:'Rff3' . qw, X - W mf fey- ,X f gi 53 ,4 QQ .Fw . A,--. is X Xmmr 4 Y x Km mf. f?5,,. Q? .f , 3-'33 , .XV 1 4? .L , gg KN: ,gm 83 , . ,, . A ,:"w. '24 5. X413 .F JM , L2 W' J W OUR C L U B S Y-Tccns Takc Part in Vuricfl Prog: llll Q. of Civic and Social Activities SENIOR Y-TEENS First Row: -I. Cody. A. lloher. S. Cump, secg Lantx. presg M. Kessler, vice-presg Sue Mehaffie, treas: I.. Keister. Second Row: C. Conrad, L. Kib- ler, I. Kenner, M. llippo, l'. Brumbangh, C. Me- Cirk, J. VVoods, ll. Lee ll. llolton. Third Row: C. VVare, T. Dickerson, C. Clillaspiv, A. M. Davis, ll Deneler I Filler ll Crumbaker. JUNIOR Y-TEENS First Row: J. Cessna, S. Cnyer, L. Chapman, B. llill, seeg Greta VViley, presg D. Parsons, treasg B. IJlllllll'lll'K'I'gl'I', N. Seheffer. Second Row: S. Grabill. H, Taylor, K. Speer. M. Carter, M. A. Lyons. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS First Row: J. Diehl. P. Brandi. C. Smith. N. Pittman, presg D. Smeal, vice-presg C. Ilutehison, see: S. Sehoeh. treas. Second Row: M. Stumpf, P. Chmt. ll. YVill, ll. Notopoulos, M. Dicker- son, A. Smithmyer. SENIOR Y-TEENS Senior Y-Teens met every Thursday with Mrs. Dolores Rhodes to promote co-operation and tolerance. The club program included a Christmas dance, bake sale, slumber parties, a talk by Dr. Coodfellow on "How to Choose the Bight Mate", a spaghetti supper, and helping with the Easter Seal Campaign. IUNIOR Y-TEENS Iunior Y-Teens met each Mon- day to arrange a variety of ac- tivities to be engaged in during the yea1'. These activities in- cluded a trip to New York City, spaghetti suppers, a Christmas party for the children at the Wfilliamsburg Home, a dance, and hay rides. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS Sophomore Y-Teens were en- gaged in a variety of activities during the year. These activities included a hayride, bake sales. March of Dimes and Easter Seal Campaigns, Y-Teen membership drive, special discussions on boy and girl relations and dating in general. and a speaker on the proper use of cosmetics. 115 Upper: Director explains YNVCA services to Senior member. Center: junior members of Y-Teens wrap Christmas gifts. Lower: XVhile Sophomorcs trim the tree. Upper: N14-inlmers of Science At-:tdeinv perform I rsies experiment. nter: Art Displax' hors arrange lfifth A llUIJlIY ease. wer: 'I'.A.l'. captain gixes directions to sex tl tl lneinhers of the fair sex. Student Interest Groups Contribute JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE Rockets have heen the suh- ject of most discussions at the regular monthly meetings of the academy this year. These stu- dents, who have a deep interest in science, toured the Altoona Test Plant and the lahoratorv at the Veterans llospital. and with Mr. Ilarold XVinnner visited Science Fairs throughout the state. ART DISPLAY CLUB Pleasing arrangement, neat- ness, attractive ideas, student art, and eye-catching colors are onlv a few of the hallmarks of our displav cases. which help to stimulate good taste and to de- light the students of AHS. These displays are arranged bv the Art Display Cluh under the guid- ance of Miss Marian Plitt. TRAFFIC PATROL TAP, sponsored by Miss Marie Lauver, helps students find classes and eliminates traf- fic jams. Candidates are recom- mended and voted upon hy the facultv and other memhers of TAP. Scholarship, citizenship, and regularitv in attendance form the hasis of their selection. The members are identified hy a distinctive maroon and white arm hand. 116 SCIENCE ACADEMY First Row: L. Yandrew, ll. Rocher. S. Nleflee. treats: N. Nl e C a r x e y, vice-pres: R. Y ea t t s, pres: R. NYhite, seeg AI. lteplogle. Mr. NYinnner. sponsor. Second Row: S. hIl'll1lfl.lL'. P. Marsden. C. Kensinger, -I. Cor- nlan, R, l7t'jaiffe. -I. Smeal. Q. Cates. nl. XVendle. ART DISPLAY First Row: C. Shaw. C. Aniiclt. A. Lawrulc. S. Nliller, NI-. Morton. lt. Reed. Second Row: A. Faris. C. Smith, Nliss Plitt. sponsor. C. Cash- man, -I. Kaufman. T.A.I'. First Row: lfloor Cap- tains C. Nlellirk, lt. Dejaiffe. ll. Lee. li. Grove. Second Row: Replogle, N. Stecltrotli. M. KOVt'1llL'lyli, D. Spin- azzola, B. llaigh, J. De- trich. I. Lcfkow, A. XYohlhrneli, S. Nlehaffie, S. XYoomer. ll. Buchanan. Third Row: Miss Laurer. sponsorg ll. Holton, I. lfiller. NI. NViclter, S. Carlmer. B. Dencler, C. Cillaspie, S. Diliert. N. McCarx'ey. Fourth ROW: H. Kantner, li. NVhite, A. Cannphell, A. NI. XValker, D. Sinnners. UI. Snieal, N. Stefanini. M. AI. Parks. ll. Yeatts. 0 U R To Individual and School Growth C L U B S 3 , UUR C L U B S Nllllly AI1' Rvwalilvd for lfxcvllc A Q96 x in Business and Literary Fields BUSINESS LEADERS First Row: Miss Mctfler spousorg B. .lorkaslqy M XVickcr. presg B. llaigh xicc-pri-sg D. YauZaudt set-g D. Spinazrola. tri-as D. Crotsley, S. Suiith- bauer. Second Row: D Bcttwy. S. Cunip, 'I will-1-. J. lm-ii-it-ii, xi Buclircis. P. Trotter. ,l Richards. Third Row: S It-lu-s, D. Cutshall. A. M NYullicr, M. llippo, A Czunpbcll. QUILL AND SCROLL First Row: Stephen Port Miss lleller. spousorg A llafeu. pres: A. NVohl- bruck. treasg B. jorkasky Second Row: ll. Kocher vice-presq P. Marsden, B Cutshall, sec. FELLOXVSHIP CLUB First Row: Miss Duncan, spousorg C. l'eterinan, ll Light, S. lllione, li. Crove. pres: R, Akc. rice-presg N. McElroy secg A. Munnnert. C Baudcr, A. Cherry. Sec- ond Row: Y. Xllitkius, C. llnnes. I-. hl. Rhone, P. Settle. K. Fetter, II. Spanoglc, bl, NVhctslinc. A. XVillizuns, S. Beck. B. Bcichh-r. Third Row: B. llaigli. N. lfrb, B, th-od. M. Davis, M. Carter. P. Recd, -I. Clierry. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS The Future Business Lead- ers of Anierica, sponsored by Miss Lois Metzler and Miss Re- netta Heiss. inet twice a month for the purpose of raising the standards of business Workers. This year the club toured the Altoona offices of the Bell Tele- phone and assisted in the Physi- cal Education Convention. QUILL AND SCROLL XVriting and producing QS radio programs made up a major part of the activities of the Al- toona High Quill and Scroll chapter. Each Monday after- noon at 4:30 the uieinbers put ou a 15 ininute play. They also participated in various types of literary contests Within the scope of the school. nation, and world. FELLOWSHIP CLUB Under the guidance of Miss Sarah Duncan, the Fellowship Club inet everv Thursday to pro- mote Christian fellowship. Their meetings consisted of singing hymns and choruses, offering prayers, and reading Scripture. Each week their programs fea- tured a speaker from a local church or Bible institute, a mis- sionary, or a Christian fihn. Uner: Business Leaders display posters ol I li year s uctixities. Center: l"uturc sccri' 1 " -' 'A ' lun s li un to opml ntl up-to-date machines. ower: Missionary atlnln-ssl-s session U9 Fellowship Club. Uppvr: Cirl uslu-rs ri-lux in loungs' all hlzllilil Xlllvllllt f,l'Illl'l'Z llu-3' 1-xauuuu' tit-lwls ol patrons 'nt I,mnnlm-m1'nu-ill. l.owcr: limlvr lin' waitulilnl l'Xl'S ol' luv: mi-n thi-y ost-ort patrons to thru' shuts. Services ol Ushers in Dclnand at USIIERS' CLUB Tho maroon uucl white- huts of tht- Ushcrs' Cluh worm- lzunil- iur sights ut homo lootlmll grunt-s us thc- mc-inlwrs gave out pro- grams and ushc-rocl pc-oplc to scuts in tha- i'csorvvcl soctions. Othcr c-ilgugcim-nts wort- for thc- Chorul Socivty ut thoir amnuul prcsm-ntutiou of lluiiclc-l's "Mos- siuhu, for tho phvsical vclucution touclu-rs' convvntion. and for tlw Music l"c'stiva1l. ln tralclition- all whitc thv junior zmcl sopho- moro incmlwrs uslwrvcl ut Buc- C2lllllll'CLltl' and CIoinmc-nf.-cunt-nt uncl lormccl tlu- guurcl of honor. Captains :uw Mary .Izuiv Parks mul .luclv Filli-rg lill'lll'Cll2llltS uri- Kuthic- Spool' ancl Marv Lou Tunoyhill. Miss Mario Lnuvvr uncl Miss lrc-no Suusorinzui urc- sponsors of thc Cluh. SPECIAL EDUCATION S1X'Cl2ll l'lLlllL'2ltlOll, roulizing that inclivitluuls cliffcr. has inuclc- un inclivicliurlizm-tl progrzun for ull who might profit most from this u1'1'z1iign-im-nt. Thv stuclvnts strivc for ucliic-voinvnt in svlf- l'i'2lllZ1lfl0Il, human rvlntionship. vc-onomic 1-iificicncy. uncl civic rosponsilmility. Continuous in- clivicluzllizvcl guicluncv allows tl stuclc-nt to 4-xplorc his intcrvsts and zunhitions zuul cvalluutv his uhilitics in 1-inployinc-nt fic-lcls. 120 USIIICRS CLUB ill First Row: ul. lim-pluglv, l,. llvrslilwrgm-i'. -I. lfillvr. cunt: M. ll. l':u'lxs, L-apt: K. Spvor. livut: M. 'llillll'j'lllll. livut: C. Gil- li-spit-. ll. KUL'llt'l'. ul. l,vl'l4oxx', Scconcl Row: Miss l,:mxvr. sponsor: ll. flL'tlI'gfl'. ll. lmv. ll, Xiilll- Zzmclt. A, llohm-r. S. Xlooim-i'. S. Cump. D. I .uslort. li. l lvnclc-rsou. S. Mm-lnllliv. Third Row: xl. Ili-laiiiu-Y. C. Mc- Cirlx, M. lvlL'lxt'l', ll. ,Ili-nl-li-r. D. llzlrry. l.. Ilaulson-lx. N. llunuuii. USIIERS CLUB lllj First llow: K. llUUYl'l', A. S2lL'lil'll, M. llit-kt-y. N. lCclmunclson, NY. Corlwin. C. Collins. ll. Ilill, C. Smith. ll. Young. Second Row: -I. llllilf. ll. Alorlius- lxy, M. S li r o y o r. bl. Sc-lunilxlcn. ll. lflmcr. ll llollnuum, M. C. Kerr. li. llhinv. NI. liauitz. Third Row: sl. Malllalvli. ll. Kol- lvv. VI. Smith. Al, lfoslvr. S. Mt-Ci-o. l'. slllllllllbll, ui. xiali.-1-. J. Mit-Inu-I. in lrottvr. SPICCIAI. EDUCATION First llow: M. l,2lll4'l'Sllll. S. 'l4I'Ullllll2lll. XY. lfrzmtz, M. llauumvl. A. llnrl. K. Sm'clvr, S. lloth, l.. King, Mr. Konnolh lllioclvs. sponsor. Second llowz ll. Brown. l". lqlllillil. S. liuruvs. T. Colmugh, xl. Brooks. IJ. Kmililinuui. .l. Aclauns. UUR yltllly Functions the Year Round C L U B S 5 Q A U U R C L U B S Girls, Physical Educalioll Program P1'm'icl1-s Upportunity for All to Participate INTRAMURAL CLUB First Row: M. Dickerson. A. Ho fans R. Schultz, 5, . S. Ickcs, pres: J. Ickcs sccg C. Thompson, vicc- prcsg A. Bonanno, J Black, K. Brown. W Corbin. Second Row: M Thomas, N. Pittman, B Mclhorn. E. Carson, M Forr, A. Cox. J. NVil- liams, D. Clappcr, P iximtlt-H, B. C ri v c ll i Third Row: Miss McGin- nis. sponsorg P. Campbell. D. Cray, C. DcXVitt, N Vlfilliams, A. Campbell M. Le Comptc, E. Lor- cnzcn. Fourth Row: C NVarc, S. Ballict, S. Nashi P. Clavcoinh, I. Strunk, T. Dickerson, P. McClin- igal. J. Roycr. SAFETY PATROL First Row: Mr. Chcssic. sponsorg C. McConnell, N. Lvtlc, captg S. Eiscl, Mrs Nlunccrt snonsor Second Row: T. DcCri- scio, A. Smith, M. Set- tlv. R. Conncll. PYRAMID CLUB First Row: M. Thomas, D. Carter, M. Stunipf. li. Schultz, K. Brown, VV. Corbin. B. Crivclli, I. Black, N. Caracciolo, L. Benner. Second Row: Miss McGinnis, sponsorg S. Ballict. P. Campbell, S. Brown. A. Hogans, M. Forr M. Le Comptn. ll. Strunk, P. Mzirsclcn. C. Thompson. Third Row: N. hvillllllllfi, V. Ewig, S. Nash Ickcs, S. Ickcs, A. Campbell, P. ML-Cunigal, Al. Roycr, D. Cray. E. Lorcnzcn. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL SPORTS Basketball, volleyball. an d table tennis are some of the fun- packed games played by the Girls, Intramural Sports Club. Miss Frances McGinnis sponsors these athletic events, which give every girl a chance to partici- pate in sports. Those winning in the tournaments earn points to- ward an award given at the end of the senior year. SAFETY PATROL Under the sponsorship of Mrs. lean Muncert and Mr. Frank Ghessie, the Safety Patrol assist- ed in parking cars for football games, Commencement and Bac- calaureate. They directed traffic during fire drills and served as street patrol before and after school. In October they had their first banquet at Steureris Restaurant. PYRAMID CLUB Under the sponsorship of Miss Frances McGinnis, fifty- two girls met regularly to prac- tice building human pyramids. This year the girls performed at the Jaffa Mosque, the Physical Education Convention, and be- fore the Girls, League. By par- ticipating in these and other demonstrations the girls earned points toward athletic awards. 123 Upper: Ropc climbing strcugthcns thc rnusclcs - Center: And is good for the waist linc also. Lower: Thr-sc Patrol lassics arc on the job to help with parking problems. SCHUUL REFLECTIONS Slllllil l'K'IIll'lIllH'l'3 ilu' scllcml gillalrals. Sh-pping nut willr lm' lmlmv. A pair uf bunk wurnls. C.lc-gm up hllllilll Ill an-llmn. Ilu- l.1lllm- C.:-1'man1 l?'l Hilllil. Pau' claw lvriugs lmppx' smilm-s. lmuks kimlal Iislw In us. XYm'lcl Ilislurx' is an fanwillaliillg SllIDit'L't. llriw-1' 'l'l'ni11illg Class gm-S ralrclling. .-X nm-xx' lmmunu swvvps Ulm-url. 'l'lu-x"rm' ml1'm'.m1inQ ul' Ll Nvllill' crlll'iStIll1lS. llmvl YHIIIA cl:-plll Ill'l'l'l'l5liU!l? SIIISS alll lmllm-cl llp. This is Hn' rf-all Us-orqvl I2-1 ,Q 'N-.-. Hi S v 9 as 9' 'f I ef 1 H ,Z ' '33 -Wgxggt EE' ,pm L Ls 1 9- N... 'W' ... my SK s', .,a c nl o ,. so ..- Q... 'Q . v' 3' a,, v 4 ali E S Q , Q o ' -' N . ,-, A Q . ' . ' . . gwffjfikgf .. , az Q ' ,.. . . fz54,,?fQizf:' , o U ' S-M'-.zta-'.g' 0 0 f E255-5 - 0 'N' .0 .ww ,. . l.. Q , ' ' ' K' ' 1' 33.1, . ' Q , s 4 'inn'- I.. - 3 A..-...t A H ' 'o'o a's ' Q u. .. ':q:u ' n , u 0 1 nf -' 0 ' ...Nl '.:'o o Qu .:n u u Q nngton ,HA I' me wk www' X-or, MA' nv' "' Y, ffl . , The sports presented have made the past school year a varied and exciting one REFLECTIUNS OF OUR W ATHLETICS I WM, X ,vp,fif 'hx r1,..,- J' ff' 1 5'2- V ff- if fm Rf K ,I 'WD '1 my 'S 1 1 A, , dana., P,,,i 9 's -H P' R Xalyv' k 7 S ' A f. Y XV A I, k Y J' -,f ,gf Y VK V' 'fx .- , Y, ,K ly, YW' .xiii-bAf frrf? KYVV L ,V XJ, .Jin Q! ff .rg-,Aykfyk zyffl V x x P S I . 5' 11 ' Bl i A 9:21 XV N ' . 3 . V A If - J x 3- N' J. I 1 r' f I . -., . AI I4 ION ,.,' f In .P N I I I'wX C Q A 1 IIN' IicI4 .4-r-sq ' UI I1'lItIn' Q Lions Hil Comeback 'lirail With Wins c'ImIu .incl Iiuwn in swirling ll1lIIl'I'lI5 ui na-twin I X A 1 . N. ,fax r 4.- . sv-.M A . 0 0' . I 1' , ff'-W I , M, ww "'.3"4'w-'yi "" auf... 3 4 wha., r 'I'-' I I 1 i:b:.wk'ia-H "Pi ,.- Huwwa. we--' My -' .. ,I ..,. www,-y-.U .. 7, ,- ,wi 1 .,, ,. - ,f I ,N f 'a if . . If 4 ,.--.H mf wmv? - ll x. ' iq' 5 I W4 Y ' 4' v . , I w I. . ,gg iq! I xg 'f , I ,. , -, - 'M,'i-My ,'j,,f?- ,L:,.I3.'f"M!, III. 'III YAIISl'I'Y I'iUfYI'B.'II,I, SQYUAD " I Ihm I' Bums Xl IIs-Inn l'll'5 '. I IIx4Ii-r. I. Sill. 'I'. Iliighcs Ix IxIv1' I II XIuIIin II Siugixxiij, I filluimm I Ilipiiri I' x ID. Slxuigu. SIll'I'I7. XX Sxxf-4-iivy. CI. l'I:m'iimn. Sccnmi 3 . lflli-qu-mi-. I', IIZIIIIIVY, I. LI XX' Row: .-Xssl Linn-In Ilalrry Ding:-s. Il zirIxi', XY. anti-. li. Lultsliaiil, I. Mimi, N Si-'ii'1I1ium, I', .XIm'lSIQi. II. Km-Ii, P. lirrvs I.. I'Il'Ixl'5, C.. I7IIl'IIl'l'. IIi'a14I I.4llll'Il ligirl SIYUIIIII. 'l'IiircI Row: Xsst 4.1111-I1 XI.iIIa1u- I'i1-IcIx 'If IIIIYSI. I'. IILIIIII. I. IIllIH'l'. II. XXII Ili Xl nn-Iiy ll. Simian-r, II. IXlllIlll1llI. lx SmiIIi. II. In X. SIA. II, f.l'LlLfU, II. XIIIIM' 41 4-i'rx'. I.. iv-Il. II, I4'IIlIILfl'l' IZS Uvt 1' Greensburg and Latrobe NVith prospects of a hrighter future the Xlountain Lions showed impressive wins over Latrohe and Creenshurg and a tie with Farrell this season. Although the wins were very scarce the Altoona squad. under Head Coach Earl Strohm, sought to prepare for future games. The Mountain Lions played one of their hest games against Latrohe. the final score of which was 28-fi Altoona. Fullhack Curt Plowman hit pay- dirt two times for the locals. This was the first time an A.H.S. plaver had scored two touch- downs since the 1952 season. ln the following week the Mountain Lions had another decisive win over Creenshurg hy downing the XVestmoreland Couutians 15-6. This was the scond straight victory of the season. Plowman. Stango and Felton captured the scor- ing honors of the day. The game that proved to he the most un- usual was the 0-0 deadlock hetween Altoona and Farrell which could have been classified as a snow hattle. The Mountain Lions were the closest to a score hut were halted on the Farrell two-vard line. The locals dropped their opener to DuBois hv a score of 33-0. Gene Mikelonis starred for Duliois hv scoring four touchdowns which hy themselves were enough to overpower the Altoonans. john Hyder, A.II.S. right halfhack. scored the initial touchdown of the season hv plunging across the goal line in the second game, with XVindher. But this wasnit enough to overtake BOARD OF STRATEGY llead Coach Earl Strohm flanked hy Assistant Coat Ilarry Dinges and XVally Fleck. the Ramhlers as the final score wound up 35-6. During the YVestinghonse game a pair of fumhles in the first and third periods proved to he disastrous as the Silver Lakers of Pitts- hurgh triumphed 20-G. Jack Sill hronght over the lone tally for the Lions. A superh fourth quarter placed Peahody in front as the visitors toppled A.H.S. the following Week 28-6. Going into the final stanza the Iligh- Klontinued on page 132.3 Q K FOOTBALL HEROES Ncilhcr Rain Nor Snow Nor Oloom of Night Could - :an 1 Stop These Intrepid Carriers BLANKET WINNER Danny Stnmgu wus il cle-pi-mlululv pvrforim-r Curtis Plmvmnn -Iuiuvs llvpiicr Ew'rc-tt Bairm-s Harry Kzlufmaiii llowiuicl Slmwlvx' Tcrrv XV3ll'll Aslu-1' Sky Holme-rf Crugo .Iunivs Catlin-imun lJilIlll'l Stzuigu -Iulm Hyclvr lfixxiik Smith Paul Porta .luck Sill Kay Tyler Francis llzliiilm' YVilliz1in XVz1itL' 'l'l1UIllilS lluglu-s Weather Man Aids Locals In Tie With Farrell Qtlzmntinuecl from page 1291 landers were leading 7-6 and then the excellent passing ability of Al jacks, all-Pittsburgh quarter- back, proved to be the deciding factor in Pea- bodyls victory. In the following game New Kensington piled up a large first half margin to wallop the Altoona gridders 32-7. Curt Plowman tabbed the Lions' lone six-pointer. Altoona's worst defeat of the season came when the Trojans of Johnstown trounced the Mountain Lions 48-7. lack Sill passed to Bob Crago for the only Altoona T.D. The final curtain was brought down as Wil- liamsport handed the Lions their last defeat of the season 20-6. john Hyder provided the six- pointer while Welker of Williamsport spear- headed his team's win with two tallies. VARSITY FOOTBALL A.H.S. OPP. 0 ....., ...... D uBois . .... . 33 6 . ,.,,s Windber . 35 6 ...,.. ,... W estinghouse , ,. .. 20 6 .,... ...,.,... . .. Peabody ,.,.i,.,. ...,.. , 28 7 ..,., ..,... N ew Kensington ...,. ...,... 3 2 28 ..,.. .......... L atrobe ..s....,. 6 15 .,... ,..,.. C reensburg ..... 6 7 ..,.. ,..... I ohnstown . 48 O i.... ........,.., F arrell .. .....,., ..,.., . 0 6 .,,r ,...... W illiamsport .,i,. ..i.. .. 20 81 ..,r... ,s,....,s..,........ T otal .r....s,r...... .....,.... 2 28 Summary: two wins, seven losses, one tie Jack Sill lugs the leather in Greensburg win. 13 2 I S I 1953 IAYVEE FOOTBALL TEAM First Row: XV. Blair, A. Taylor, R. Laughlin, F. Lcgge, R. VVolfe, H. Prospcri, R. McKee, N. Misciagna, M. Myers, R. Ettcrs, B. Howsarc, T. Rickahaugh, H. Hocssing, R. Ilalhrittcr. Second Bow: D. Craine, ll. Roefaro, V. Albright, C. Ficlces, A. Maincllo, W. Hatch. ll. Snyder, VV. Stonchralicr, I. Stahl, R. Corbett, E. Pruonto, K, Lunghofcr, B. Sclnucrhcck. Third Row: Coach ,lack Iloppcr, T. Hurst, ll. Whcrry, Al. Murphy, J. McFarland, C. Hcxford, K. Smith, W. Russ, E. Shancyfclt, VV. Santonc, N. Boring, D. DeCriscio, XV. Gardner. F. XVL-st, Coach Byron Ashhurn. Although Altoona Iayvees salvaged only one win this season, they scored in every contest except in the final game with Williamsport. The Little Mountain Lions, lone victory came at Bedford, when Altoona triumphed 25-6. Ken Smith and George Bexford scored twice each for Altoona, while Nick Misciagna gained the necessary yardage to set up the scores. Windberis jayvees defeated Altoona 28-6 in the opening game. Altoona scored on a pass from Boring to Weaver. In the second game Smith Varsity squeezed by Altoona 12-7. Ken Smith scored for Atoona on a short plunge. Next Robertsdale Varsity trounced the locals 52-19. Altoona tallied on two long runs hy Shaneyfelt, and one by Boring. In a traditional contest, Johnstown's "Bn turned back Altoona 19-6. Louis De- Angelis scored for Altoona on a short plunge. In the next to the last encounter Mount Union Iayvees edged Altoona 7-6. Bob Roessing scored on a Mount Union fumble. Winding up the season, Williams- port jayvees managed to hold the Altoona junior Varsity scoreless. as they heat them 20-0. A.H. 6 7 I9 25 6 G 0 69 S. UNIUR VARSITY FOUTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES OPP XVindher .. .. 28 Hohcrt Smith . . , ., 12 , Rohertsdale ...,,. ,... 5 2 Bedford .. 6 Johnstown 19 Mount Union ..,.,.. ., T Williamsport ,... .. , 20 . ...... Total ,...... ,....,,. Summa ry: NVon oncg lost six HIIUII III ll'll'lIl "'llIII' null I l wus H THE BASKETBALL SEASUN 0 Right: Iml Hmmnls, iulwxalxxlg Nllkl' XIAIIINIITIIIQ, L'l'lIlL'l'L IMI, Craig :uqmlg NI1 -rlv Sl'1'Cll'Ill!lll"' "ll'll'll' Dun l3vl'u' Im'xx'nnl. ima jmu KU E00 3 'GU " .sr VARSITY BASKETBALL TEA M First Row: Dun HL'l1lI4. -Ivrrx l'z11'soll, -Im' Huy, limb Craig, Xlilw AI'lIlStIx0Ilg, Mvrlv Sl'l'ClK'lllllll'Q,', '41-cl XYHUQIS, Sccuml Row: junk In-km-J, IIILIIIEIQVII Dun W'l1itv. Holm KIIAZIMU, Nyllflllilll M1-ffzlll, Al- frml llC'll'I'llI1lIl. .Inn KIIIIIIISUII, Vllil Him: 1-uzlrll. cL'lllK'l' ,Inv Haw alta-nlpls tu lmlm-k trx' of tall Klo- 'l'5l1UIAlk'I'. 1 35 A.II.S. 49 47 12 39 . 69 69 67 46 ,. 92 69 TS, 49 . T3 48 67 , JO 74 .,., ,... T71 82 32 69 , S4 A l4ll . Varsity Scores . . Killilllllilljl XVincllmc'r , Mount Union . Clmrnbc-1'slnl1'g Dllqm-snr' , , NICKM-spm't . PllllXSlltilXK'lll'y , ., julnmstuwn , Dnliuis . NViIliznnspurt ,. Bnrnl:ann-D4'r1'V . . , CjUlll'lIlilllgll .. , PIIIIXSIIIRIXVIIUX , ,, -I47llIlSfKIXYll . ,. XVUSUIIOIII . DnBuis Mount Union . , . xVilllH5l'l' . . . .Cnnr-nlaulglr . X'Villiznnspm't , . .. NVQ-stlnnnt . Hllfllllillll-IDVITQ' . 'll vials Summary: 19 winsg thru' lussm OPP 48 'H -17 52 40 136 54 58 -10 49 .14 42 40 GI fifi 3-1 36 45 44 F38 J-3 03 ...1 9211 ,I fain Bnh Craig. Mllklfd Miko Al'111sl1'n111.Z. vc-1 Ted XVm1ds. IUl'XYill'll Don Bctar. l'u1'xx1n1'cl Inc Nay. L'f'llll'l' Nicrlc Sl'CdCllIJlll'j.f. guurc 1lm'1' I l -t V36 1- .'xl'!lIStl'UIlQ grabs 11-l1c11111ml 1111111 l11x11 plum IN tm 1111 Illlf 1 vs Walicll. l 11 THE LIUNS Coach Phil Rice Lion Cagers Drop Only Three Games in 22 Starts Under thc guidance of Coach Phil Rice the Al- toona Mountain Lion basketeers turned in a superb season, winning 19 out of 22 games. Opening the campaign impressive victories were recorded over Kittanning, Windber, Mount Union, Chambersburg, Duquesne, McKeesport, and Punxsu- tawney for a total of seven straight wins. Then came the first of two losses to Johnstown which proved fatal to the hopes of the Altoona squad. The Trojans' tre- mendous height and versatility proved too much for the Lion cagers to overcome. Although the local five began another winning streak, they suffered a second and most disastrous loss to the same District Six opponent and were thus im- mediately eliminated from the P,I.A.A. playoffs. The Trojans went on to cop District honors. Altoona finished the remainder of their 'schedule by winning seven out of eight games with little trouble, losing only to Williamsport on the latter's floor. Top scoring honors for the season Went to Seniors Ted Woods and Mike Armstrong followed by Bob Craig, Merele Seedenburg, Joe Ray, five-footer Don Betar, and jerry Parsons. I.V. BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Max Gates, managerg Earl Clouser, Ed Cessna, Ronald Detwiler, Kirk VVicker, Fred Wiederkehr, manager. Second Row: jack liay, Terry VVard, Coy Dcnniston, ass't coaehg NVayne Santonc, Bill VVaite. UNIUR VARSITY IAYVEE SCORES A.H.S. OPP. 55 . ., Kittanning , . 38 50 . .... VVindber . , .. 35 58 . .. Mount Union .. 21 47 . Chambersburg ,. 25 38 .,..,.,. Duquesne . . 43 42 , . .. Altoona Ili-Y . ,, 45 67 . . Punxsutawney .,,. 22 39 . ,. Johnstown . -19 34 . ,... . ,, Altoona Flyers ,. . 41 39 . . . ..,., VVilliamsport ...., . 56 59 , ., Burnham-Deny .,,.... 27 57 ,, , Conemaugh ,.., . 29 70 .. . .. Punxsutavviiey ,. 22 48 .. ., . ,. Johnstown . 62 43 . . . .,,. Westmont . 37 62 ., .. ,. .. DuBois ,. .. . ,. 22 74 .,., Mount Union .. 14 44 .4,,. .. , VVindber . . ,. 23 56 , , . , . Conemaugh .. 23 38 . ,. , ,.,,. Williamsport .. ,, 56 55 ,,..,. , ...,,. Westmont ....... , 47 63 .,,. . ,... Burnham-Derry ,....,. 22 1138 ... ,... ,,,. . .. Totals . , .. 759 Summary: 15 winsg seven losses Chalking up 15 triumphs against seven defeats and averaging 51.7 points per con- test While yielding only 34.5 points, the A.H.S. Iayvees compiled a record during the 1953-54 campaign which compares favorably with that of the Varsity. Coached by Guy Denniston A.1l.S. opened their season with a 55-38 victory over Kittanning and overpowered every other rival on their schedule with the ex- ception of Johnstown, Williamsport, Dn- quesne, and a pair of local independent teams. The highest number of points tallied by the Little Lions was 74 scored against Mount Union. By a coincidence their best defensive showing Was in the same Contest when they held the visitors to only 14 mark- ers. A long list of able performers got much needed experience with the Iayvees which will stand them in good stead next year. 138 :X xivicl part ot the mcmorics of cvcry high R school stnclvnt is the maroon and whitc clacl lignrc-s of tht- girl Clll'CI'lCLlil61'S. The swirl of tha- skirts. the- shontvcl ruqnvst lor yclls. and the H syncln'onixccl arln, lug, and hoclv morvincnts of thvsv spccially-cllosvn girls wvrc and still arv part and parccl of every athletic cwmit and pep IIIUCUIIQ. Chose-n hy the student Scnatv and thrvc tvachcrs on thc hasis of cliaractvr and voicv. thc-sv girls may he CllC01'll'klClt'1'S all tlircv years lint activv L'l1:'01'lvaclc-1's for only two years. .Ioannv Coclv, Xlanrccn Kessler, Ann Rohcr, Pvggy Dotwilcr. and Rita Rcploglv, all scniors, inspirucl ns during the 1953-5-1 tvrm. The junior L-lic1'r'lcaclc1's who will take ovvr nvxt vc-ar are Sliirlvx' Fla-ining. Kai' Sullivan. and Shirlcv Inlow. CHEERLEADERS AT KJHNSTOYVN CAME Left to Right: Prism' De-twilc-r, Ann Rohor, Rita Ronloulc-. Sliirlvv Flcininq, loan Coclv. Slnrlcv lnlow. lXIanr4-en Kcssler. I953 TRACK Lions Roar lo Victory in State Half-Mile Event rl Kcllcr ontraccs rivals in District 880. Altoona Highs 1953 half-inilc rclay tcann, colnposcd of Dick Cox, Mart Kcllcr, Davc Dn- val. and Dick XVagncr, racccl to thc first Statc Championship for thc Lions sincc 1950 at Statc Collcgc, Xlay in thc fast tiinc of 1:35. Other incmhcrs of Coach Panl Achnns' crcw who placccl in thc Stsltc nicct wcrc: Boh Hnsscll, who finishccl third in thc 120-yard high hnrcilcs and fifth in thc 120-vard low hnrcilcsg Davc Duval, who ticci for Fifth placc in thc qnurtcr inilcg and john Hooks who carnccl a third placc in thc shot pnt. On thc prcccciing Slltllliiily, Xlay 16, thc l,ion thinclads rctaincd thcir District G crown for thc 23111 ycar hy ont-clistancing all rivals to pilc np Rl winning total of S6 points. In this nicct Boh Hnsscll Haslu-d to ll ncw rccorcl of 20.8 sccontls in thc low hnrdlcs and cqnalcd a 14- ycar mark in thc high hnrdlcs. l':2ll'iil'l' inccts clnring thc ycar rcsnltcti in ncw lanrcls to thc school as thc cinclcrpathcrs coppcti thc XVPIAI. rclavs for tht- sccond straight ycar ovcr a favorccl Nlonnt Lchanon tcain, ontpointcxl lohnstown to takc thc annual Pitt lnnior Col- lcgc nicct, and finishcd scconcl in thc Tri-Statc Coachcs' Association incct at thc Univcrsity of Pittshnrgh. At thc closc of thc scason IIICIIIIMTS of thc 1953 squad honorccl Coach Adams with a tro- phy to comnicnioratc 25 ycars of sncccssfnl coaching. IJU l clay VT Icanm N SSQ-YA li D lilal. AX CII.-XNIPS lmlt to Right: Dig-I KX lQlIl'l4. Umm- IMA ll. NI:-rt K4-Ilvr, Divk v I D X. Q i F I E Q s ? i 1953 TRACK AND FIELD TEANI First Row: li. l,.i11gvrufc-lim-1'. X. llm-rmg. Cu-L-uptuill R NVxlg11c'1'. Cu-n-:1pt11i11 H. Cux, D. Duxul, ,I Books. X. Ih Il'l'. li, Xlvvrs. F, Xlussuhui. Second Row: Xl. Kc-lh-r, ll. Shgxwlvv. R. Cjfllglb, -I. Huy, l,. Cism-yy li, Blllllll. NN. lla-luliis, -I. l11xHAing, Ii. liussvll. -I. C,fa1thv1'm:m. Third Row: -I. l'otc'rs1m, T. Clz11'kL-. -I, XYhilc-. Ii. lluolwy, IK. Kfurrx. B. llmth-11 D. IJUIIIPY. Y. CTL1l'AlL'L'iUll7. IJ, XYhitc'. K. Smith. Fourth Row: Ass'l CI1mc'ln Clxril liaunss-x. XILIIXQIQPI' YY, f:I't'l'II. llwalcl xIllll1lgl'l4 ll. c:l'iSIL'I', ASSY xI.ll11lQK'l'LIUlll1 Cll'L'l'iIlllI'. llc-ml C0114-ll l':111l Arlzllxls. n A C i JlLLllUi , F E r 4 L f - Y 5 2 i A iqqw, . ,uhm A , . . in-I 'ii M l -1 lg.. i l - f - , -'-:.-..-' :' ., .-- . X h 9'-"" V J, 7 ,jf ., Z 3, . -I 1? ..,, . LV' 1 ,- . A 3 ii - 'Y , Lx , 5 L V M, S L Q w sv F, wx! 14 b- Y ' A-'A ' 'TA ' Q- 1 I AQ 7' s, r W f I b Q fx l' L w 5 'fr M 1 ' , - ,M ' , V 1 X ., 4 t 1 ,." ' E N 4 M I 7 I f A g 3 A l . fi. V A . 1 g .L Q ' , , , f E E 'Q Q 1 .Af fi LAW ,. 5 6 ruff X C, , VL ix ' "-if , .., MW., ,, ,, ""'gr-'-xv'-r I w. 5---a..,,,,.. 44. i ,uw wif UIQ! 'nw '1 I 1953 BASEBALL SQUAD First How: Manager C. llarslibargcr, D. Sinuners, R. C-nsnell, C. Corbin. D. Talasky. VV. Brenner, Fi. Danclrca, J. Buffing. Second Row: Manager F. Augustine, Manager R. Young, R. Cottshall, R. Sill. H. Bolgcr, J. Sill, Asslt Coach Roscoe VVareha1n. Third Bow: E. Clouser, C. O,Connor, L. Silverman. Fourth Row: Head Coach llugli Black, Pi. Stout, 1. Doyle, H. Leonard, T, Stellabotte, T. VVoods, j. Hanley. fMcnibers of the squad not pliotographed were Charles Bohn and NVilliam Burchfieldb. Nine Rallies in Late Season Games Riding the crest of a ten-game winning streak which extended over the entire 1952 sea- son, a veteran A.H.S. nine suddenlv came a cropper in their 1953 opener and bowed to an unexpectedly strong Morrison Cove outfit, 5-1. Although the Elephant tossers rebounded to down B-C-1 and VVindber in the next two outings, during the remainder of the month of April they could gain no better than an even break as games were lost to DuBois and Clear- field by the identical score of 4-3 While Kiski Prep triumphed over the locals, 6-2. On the last dav of April, however, the Black- men suddenly caught fire with a 6-1 win over Mercersburg and, from this point to the end of the season, dropped only one more game, an overtime tilt to Moshannon Ioint, 2-1. Included in the five-game victory skein which began with the Mercersburg contest, were revenge victories over Clearfield and Kiski Prep. the latter bv the resounding score of 12-1 on the prep bovs home field. In the seasonis finale Elephant bats rang out a merry tune as Altoona clubbed Saxton- Liberty into submission, 11-3. 1953 BASEBALL RECORD A.H.S. OPP 1 . , Morrison Cove 5 7. .. ,.. B-C-I , 4 7 , . NVindber 1 3 ., . .. DuBois . , 4 8 . . ., Johnstown . .. 2 2 .,., Kiski G 3 . .. . Clearfield . 4 6 ,..... Mercersburg ., . .. 1 3 . , .. . B-C-1 . .. . 1 5 . . . Clearfield 3 8 ,. . . Johnstown 7 12 ..,. . Kiski ..... ., . . 1 1 . . Moshannon loint . . . 2 11 . Saxton .. ,. 3 Summary: nine wins, five losses BUYS' I TRAMURA S ln orclcr to get that inaxinnnn participation in athlctics ancl 'ivoicl thc rvstrictions cansvcl hy tcain limits, the Altoona High School Athlt-tic Dcpartinc-nt rcpvatocl its intramural sports pro- grani for 1953-5-l. This v0ar's program consistvtl of tahlc tennis, tonl shooting. and thc- annual intrainural haskcthall sc-tup. Tho haskcthall ton1'nainc'nt was thc highlight of thc intrainnral program, starting in Novvin- hcr ancl lasting to the final play-offs in Nlarch. Home rooin 105 cle-fc-atecl hoinc- rooni 1221 in thc final vliniination to lx-coinc tht- 1953-54 champ- ions. Ovcr 300 hoys rcprcsvnting SS honiv rooins took part in thc tonrnainvnt. thc' hc-st participa- tion in tht- local rc-corcls. ln orclvr to sccnrv full vahic from this activity, tht- lioys not only playa-cl on the tvains lint also took turns as l'K'l:l'l'l'l'. inn- pirc-, sco1'c-km-cpvix and tiinokvopvr. The hoinc rooni tvanis wort- opt-n to anv cn- rollccl sophomore-, junior, or svnior in the schoolg in fact, vvmyoiw was cligihlc vxccpt tht- iunior varsity ancl varsitv haskvthall nlavvrs. Carnes W1-ro ht-ld, starting at 6 o'L-lock, 'on Nlonclay, Tncsclay, ancl YV0clnc-sclay cvfrnings. vach tvani playing oncc a wcck on the sanic' night Cach Won-k vxcvpt for the play-offs. ln thc othvr parts of thc activity program play-oils clc-tc-1'iiii1u-cl 21 class winner. 41. l irst ow-r tht- liars. This looks likt- inonkvv lzusinc-ss. "Soint-wlit-rv in spam- I hang siispciulvclf' I-44 GIRLS' I TRAMURA S The Girls' lntramural Sports Program, under the direction of Nliss Frances N'IcCinnis, strives for fair play, good sportsmanship, and lots of lun tor the girls of the school who are interested in athletics. The major activities of the program take place in the girls' gvm at the close of school. Among these are tahle tennis, dodgehall, lcickhall, had- minton, and skooter hall. The girls also receive experience in scorekeeping. timing, and referee- lllg. The girls work for awards hased on the point system. Points are received for each sport, and a specific numher of points is necessarv to earn awards. The points are totaled from the hegin- ning of a girls sophomore year to the end of her senior vear. The awards consist of class numerals, chenille "As" and maroon or white sweaters. Sweaters are given at the end of the senior year onlv to girls who have earned 400 points. Intramural sports give more girls an equal chance to earn their awards than do varsity teams. which would limit the number of girls who could participate in the program. These sports do much in the school to stimulate in- terest and growth in athletic activities. Some girls are pretty high steppcrs. Time out to lCl2lX. llow does it feel to he hooked? 145 1953 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First Row: 1111'llill'l1 c1lIl'l'y, Don NYl1i11', D11x'i1l Clingvr. .1illll1'S NVl12l1-. 131111 1JUl11l'V. N1l'l'1 K1'1l1-r, B1'111'1' 1lostl111'. 11111121141 D1-lwi11'r. S1-1-o111l Row: 111l'llilI'1l 111111111 1111111111111-1'j, Allfilllillll Karp 1111111111511-1'D, K1'itl1 Powvrs. 1J1lX1C1 C1115- gow, lylllll A111g11sli111-, 11111111111 NIo1111t11i11, 1101111111 Klllli'-Illllll, -ltlllll N1llIllllll,Lfll. Third Row: 111-rl11'1't ll1'11111'1'so11. 1lIlLlIlilfll'l'1, -lllllll .1ll1lllSUlI, liolwrl Sm-V111-1',.I11l111 111153 C11111-11 P11111 A1l:1111s. 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