Altoona High School - Horseshoe Yearbook (Altoona, PA)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 156
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1955 volume:
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Two Girls in the Fountain.
Our doings . . . ancl they were
Thi- pnhlication of this yt-arhook marks
anothc-r significant inilcstone in the cvcr-
lc-ngthining history of tht- Altoona High
School. liugiiniing with tlu- first "annual"
in lfltlfi tlu- Clll'l't'llf llors:'shot' is tln- fiftieth
in thc- long sc-rivs of stnclvnt 1-fforts to l'0COl'll
ycarlv 1-vvnts in that lift- of our school and
to transznit thi- rc-snlts to posterity.
With tht- passing of tiinv and tht- intuns:
and rapid growth of school organizations
and ac-tivitic-s, this task has livcomc increas-
inglv mort- clifficnlt. Although thc inoclcrn
vcarhook hc-ars no mort- 1'vs:-inlilancv to its
151116 prototvpv than clovs the mod:-rn super-
cliargc-cl antoinolmilt- to tht- Nloclt-l T Ford,
vc-t tha- fnnclanwntal aim - to prcsvnt a
trnv pictnrm- of school lifl- - remains tht-
saint-. llow wc-ll, than the prt-sc'nt staff has
1'm'alizc'cl this aim must lic It-ft to tht- I'K'LlClt'l'
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And this is for the Girls - But this is for Men only
Were active with picnics, parties, dances
and school assemblies providing a varied
menu for all.
Engaged the attention of most students
with honors Won in the fields of music,
art, drama, and publications. Pages 90-125
Drew revived interest among fans as State
championships were recorded in track and
cross country with improvement noted in
football and basketball. Pages 126-146
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DRIVER TRAINING: "Tl1ere'l1 Bc Some Changes Made
Prosperity and a Refuge in Adversityn
W. ll. Burchfield
Norman E. Ernest
N. Gwynne Dodson
The Board of School Directors of the city
of Altoona is directly responsible for the
operation of one of the city's biggest busi-
nesses - schools. The Altoona schools em-
ploy 641 professional and non-professional
employees and have an annual payroll of
close to 352,300,000
This year the School Board continued the
public kindergartens and saw the opening
of the annex to the Pleasant Valley School.
Within our own building all class rooms and
offices were redecorated and modern type
fluorescent light fixtures installed at a cost
of approximately 830,000
In the fall of 1954 Mr. Frank Marsh was
elected president to succeed Mr. Paul
Reynolds, and Mr. Norman Ernest was ap-
pointed to finish out the term of Mr. David
Getz, who died after serving about a year
of his term.
Paul R. Reynolds - Hoy F. Thompson
Graduation from high school marks a milestone
in your life. As you go out to pursue your lives in
fields of further education, in business, in indus-
try, in marriage, in military service, or in what-
ever occupation you choose, you will find that
the things that are known as the old-fashioned
virtues are the things that will provide for you a
life of peace and hope.
What are the old-fashioned virtues? They are
the things that permit us to live in peace with
ourselves and with other people, that provide
rewards of a spiritual, moral, and material nature.
They are such simple things as intellectual hon-
esty, courtesy, courage, humility, common sense,
hard work, ambition, loyalty to family, friends
and country, orderly minds, the fulfillment of
duty, consideration for other people -the Gold-
en Rule-the Sermon on the Mount. All the
progress made in the sciences, in the arts, in the
techniques of business and industry, and in those
things which provide a higher standard of ma-
terial living can be mastered and enjoyed and
profitably utilized only by those persons who
practice the old-fashioned virtues.
DR. A. BRUCE DENNISTON
Consider That I Labored No
Mr. Edgar I. Brooks
Mr. Joseph N. Muddocks
for myself only, but for all them that seelc learning."
SOPHOBIORE PARENTS VISITATION DAY
Mr. C14-c-svy gc-ts out thc "little lmlzlck lumkv for tlw lJ4'Ill'lLll of ilu' xisiturs
Note tlw swim-um expressions cm tllv fun-1-s of tha- pam-nts and ilu- ummm
vc-uloal ilIlXll'U' 1-x'iclc'l1cc-cl by the stllclm-nts.
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Ruby K. Crumm
Dull: of Girls
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czili-l'll'l'i'lS Buys .'Xtlm1sl11lxu'
NVillium flihlmm Rum-ltn F. lla-iss -Ioscphinu Helms Ziaylnoml N. lloffmgm
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"If I llncl ll Talking Picture of Yun
Eugene L. Lalntz
Sueinl Studies Hmne lieonmnies
Irene SZlllSCl'll'lRlll Harold C. VVimmer
Mary E. Lowther
, ,g fl ,ffl
Maud Minster john C. Nlonti
Robert II. VV0lfe
john F. Yon
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PAUL C. ADANIS
CIIALMERS F. BRACKEN
WALTER E. BRACKEN
SARAH E. BELL
D. ROBERT ISENBERC
GERALD S. SWAN
DALE W. WOOMER
"The Luxury of
HELEN B. DAVIS
KATHRYN A. BLOONIFIELD
RUSSEL K. BOHN
MABFII. K. BOVVMAN
PAUL I. CONVVAY
IIAZEL V. CRIST
Swan D. NVUOIIICI'
BVU Iwnlwrq Davis Binoiiifivini Bohn Bownmn
L ' Czidlv Clic-rry Conway Crist
F A C U L T Y
learning is not to be compared with the luxury of teaching."
Frederick F urrcr
HL ller Henry
L unont Lantz
WILLARD C. CROSS
LEANORE C. DICK
H. MARJORIE DOWNES
SARAH E. DUNCAN
ALMA M. EBERLE
CHARLES A. FARIS
WALLACE E. FIELDS
EDITH C. FREDERICK
NORMAN C. FURRER
Ellcrle Faris Fu lds
Ghessie Gorgon Could Graf Harb tllgll
Hoffman Holley Kavcl Krick Krousc
Lauver Levan Marsliall Mattern NIL? ill
FRANK GHESSIE IR. ANNE E. KRICK
Business Education Language
STELLA M. CORGON HAZEL C. KlROUSE
Language Business Education
MYRTLE COULD ANTHONY F. LAMONT
Home Economics Social Studies
CARL E. GRAF HARRY K. LANTZ
Business Education Vocational
MIRIAM HARBAUCH MARIE N. LAUVER
Home Economics Social Studies
MILDRED E. HELLER SARAH L. LEVAN
ETHEL M. HENRY RALPH F. MARSHALL
Social Studies Social Studies
WILBERT H. HOFFMAN E. MARIORIE MATTERN
Science Business Education
ELIZABETH V. HOLLEY LESTER C. MCCALL
GEORGE C. KAVEL
The man who can make hard things easy is
O Dr nncll McGinnis
I utltcy fliaulscy
JAMES DI. O'DONNELL
FRANCES E. McCINNIS
RUTH E. MCKERIHAN
C. IRVIN METZCER
LOIS P. METZLER
JACOB C. MILLER
LEONARD C. MOFIFITT
BEATRICE D. MORRISON
McKerihan Metzger Mctzler
Morse Shrensky Peiglltel
D. Rhodes K. Rhodes L. Rhodcs
Shcetz Smith Stong
PAUL E. MORSE
WILLIAM E. PEICHTEL
MARIAN A. PLITT
MARIAN R. PUCKEY
A. CYRIL RAMSEY
DONALD E. RHODES
KENNETH F. RHODES
LORENE B. RHODES
J. Miller N. Millar
Rohcrts Rich lrds
TIMOTHY D. ROBERTS
DOROTHY M. RICHARDS
M. MARIE RITTS
WILBUR K. RUNC
HERBERT S. SHEETZ
SAMUEL B. SMITH
HAROLD E. STONC
ANNA M. TEMPLE
"You Cot to Bond Down,
EMILY F. TUSSEY
A. ANGELLA UNVERZAGT
RICHARD S. VANSCOYOC
EARL H. VARNER
HAROLD D. YODER
LLOYD A. WENDLE
WILLIAM A. WHITTAKER
IDA E. WOOMER
ROBERT A. WRAY
C. ROSCOE WAREHAM
Tussey Umstcwd Unverzagt VanSL-oyoc Vnrncr
XVendlc XVhittuker W'oomer NVruy Wurcliami
Luft to Bight: Zum- NVilliami
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prvsiclvntg l"l'alm-is lluiulvy, sm-
THE 1955 SENIOR CLASS
iioi' Class social uctivitivs sturtvd in
l 1954. witli ll .lunior Prom lu-lcl ut tlic'
,1 auicl cnclvcl xxitli tliv iunmnl class
l'm'mn Xlto f
picnic- in juni- ut I1llliCIl10IltPill'li.
llu- uurrcnt svnior yvui' lu-gan with u
lu-lcl on Scp-
tc-nilmz-i' l2, liollowvcl lax' un imprc-ssivc in-
c-tion l'Cl't'lIlOllV in tlic- uuclitorium Svp-
vi' 25. During tlu- vvau' IllllIll'l'0llS us-
wmlilivs amcl class clzuncm-s wa-rc lu-lcl.
tion of nwnrcls was inaclc. Buc-
i,l.1ss vxc-11-isa-s wa-rv lwlcl on Svliiol' Daly.
27, in tlw uuclitorium, ut wllic-li timc
Q ll unc llc Sci
tlu- Sviiior lluiiquc-t :incl tlw .'Xl.ti'l'-fill! tlu-
'-1 - .' "vim-s wc-rc' lic-lcl Illlll' 5 Witli
ollowiug 'l'lu'sclz1y. hlum- 7. At last, thc
vluss of '55 - most of tlivm. anyway -
li'1lQ'llt'il lllllll' goal - Qlllilllilllilll. Juno lll.
Mr. Aslilmm Miss llowmzm
Mrs. llvlms Mr. ll. lloffmun
Mr. ll. Laiitz Miss Matte-rn
son, twzlsiin-i'g jolm llliclizliiuii
BEHIND THE SCENES -
Ushcrs relax ut thc IAIH-Ll
S E N I 0 R EXECUTIVE
COINIMITTEE - Left t0
Right: Mary Lou 'l'um'yl1ill,
Hun fjqcjllllllllf, Alina' Engcl-
mamn. Huh jllhc-Iircr, Kay
L E C I 0 N ORATORICAL
FINALISTS - Left to
Right: Seated - Kathy
S p c 1' r Cwiumwj. -I u y Q 1'
Scl1mclllm-11. S t a ll din g -
Gvorgc Illllp, llurry Kauf-
num, john ffm-hrun.
TION - write nigh
11111l the Mighty"
For it's a short, short time from June to September.
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL - SEPTEMBER 9, 1954
PAUL R. AIiRl'I'l'SKl . . . Nl0C2lll0llLll . . . l'1-mlro GEORGIE A. ALLEN . . . General , . , Georgie
wus 111-tive in l'ooth11ll hoth sophonnore tlllll iunior w11s i11 tl fltl1311l'lltl 11ll three years . . . llOllli' roo111
years . . . x1'11s il ineiuher ol tl1e l,l'tllll1tllCS Cluh l'l'lll't'SltlllilllYt' senior j't'lll' . . . nletests people
illlll presimlent ol' l1is lltllllt' rooin senior yean' . . . liziving no sense of llllllltll' . . . her illIll3lllOll is to
hopes lo heeoine tl sheet llll'l1ll worker. he ll eoslnetologist,
GICRALD K. ADAMS . . . Business EKlllL'illl0ll -IAMES li. ALLISON . . . College Prep . . . jim
. . . ,Ierry was 11etiye i11 lItll'2llllltl'1ll sports his prefers wrestling on TX' . . . is p11rti11l to Clll'lll-
junior tlllll senior ye1u's . . . he tukes 1111 interest istry' illltl he is often lll'tll'il saiying, "llll lie ll
i11 S2lll'SlllilllSlllll, his faryorite sulmieet tlllil lilllllfl' clirty hirclu . . . Air l"oree Zllltl then eollege shine
profession . . . pet expression: u.'Xl111l1l" hrightly i11 his future.
IIOANNIC M. ADAMS . . . Business l'lClllCilll0l1 MARGARET L. ALLOWVAY . . . General . . .
. . . Alo was hoine rooin represent11tive her senior Peggy has il hohhy ol' skating . . . likes reauling
j't'tll' . . . tleliuhts i11 l'l'2ltlltlj.f hooks hy A. -I. hooks hy her litlV0l'llK' llllllltlf, Eclgur Allen l'oe
Cronin . . . her llrvorite suhieet is Sllllfllttllltl . . . . . . 1l1-tests stuek-up girls . . . has il line tllllllltltlll
yyoulml like to heeoiue il 5t'L'l't'ltll'Y, to he il llllllllil' nurse.
l'A'I'RlClA M. ADAMS . . . flL'0l'g0-Blll'lll'll . . . GRETA M. AMICK . . . f:60l'g8-BZll'Cl0ll . .
l'11t wus in ehorus her senior ye11r . . . presiclent Greta l111s tl l-2lllL'y for liootlmll tlllll l11ISt'lNlll . . .
of l1er l1o111e l'O0lll iunior yt'tll' . . . iueinher of enjoys eating piz711 pie tlllll iee L'l'l'tllll . . . pieks
College Cluh . , . l-tlYUl'll1' suhieet is llilllll . , . hoine llItlll2lj.fL'llll'Ill 11s her favorite suhieet 11n1l
xvoultl like to lmeeoine il nurse. is plzuining to he tl lI0lISl'VVll-l'.
ROlll'1R'l' Y. AlNSNVORTll . . . College Prep . . . DONALD ll. ANDERSON . . . Vocational . . .
Roh wus trearsurer ol' his llttlllt' l'0Ulll hoth iunior Don l-1lXUl'S Alain L111l1l . . . has guns 11s tl hohhy
illltl senior yeurs , . . lllt'IlIlH'I' ol' College Gluh . . . he ezuill Slilllll gitltly girls . . . woultl like to
. . . is l.llSt'llllllt'tl hy l7l'ilglll'l Oll 'l'Y . . . plauis ioin the I'tlIlliS ot' lirst el11ss r111lio teeh11iei1111s in
to ullencl eollege. the futixre.
ROlll'IR'l' A. AKIC . . . College Prep . . . lioh GEORGE A. ANDERSON . . . General . . . h11s-
wus viee-presicleiit of the l"ellowship Cluh his ketlmll 11n1l waiteliing TV, espeeiully "'l'h1- Life
iuniur yt'Jtl' . . . ineinher ot' I"uture lllt'2lClll'l'S ol' of Rileyf' hit high Oll the t'llll'l'ttllllllll'lll list with
.'AllI1'l'lt'll Cluh . . . his lilllllft' tlllllllllllll is to he- George . . . h11s history 11s il favorite suhjeet
eonne il uuinister. , . . eoneeitecl people tlltlltlj' l1i111 gre11tly.
LICNORA j. Al,lANlliLl.O . . . General . . , V. MARIE ANDROS . . . Business EClUClltl0ll
Lennie sung sopr11no i11 eliorus her junior 11111l . . . Marie wus St'Cl't'llll'y of her worlcl history
sophomore ye11rs . . . wus seeret1u'y ol' her ling- 1-l11ss l1er sophoinore j't'ttI'. 11lso her English elziss
lish el11ss . . . is tlllllUyl'Il hy people who ilttllll junior YCRII' . . . favors Roek Huclson, spuglietti,
keep tl proinise . . . ilflIllil't'S Roek llutlson. tlllll SVl'llllllllIljl. hut not alll at the Sillllt' tiine.
S E N l O R INDUC-
THE 195 5
CHARLES H. ANGERMEIER . . . Vocational
. . . Charlie can be seen watching Kraft Theatre
or studying English . . . he enjoys all sports,
particularly hunting . . . plans his future with
a service career with Uncle Sam.
RICHARD C. ANTES . . . College Prep . . .
Dick spent his time in Slide Rule Club and Col-
lege Club his senior year . . . idolizes john
VVayne and steak . . . would like to see electrical
engineering in his future.
RICHARD F. ANTHONY . . . Vocational . . .
Dick enjoys watching "It,s a Great Lifev on TV
and Marlon Branfdo in the movies . . . his pet
peeve is attractive girls in knee socks . . . he
plans to join the Navy.
MARVIN D. APPLE . . . General . . . Marvin
was vice-president of his English class all three
years . . . watches Lux Video Theatre . . . would
like very much to attend college in the future.
FRANK ARNOLD . . . Vocational . . . Frankie
played baseball his junior year . . . dislikes girls
who smoke . . . likes to watch Dragnet on TV
. . . he would like to be a sheet metal worker
JAMES E. ARTHUR . . . Vocational . . . jimls
favorite sports are football and boxing . . . dis-
likes people who break promises . . . is looking
forward to joining the Air Force after graduation.
S. ELIZABETH ASHMAN . . . College Prep .
Betty belonged to the orchestra and string qu ir
tet all three years . . . was concert mistress junior
and senior years . . . dislikes pokey people .
would like to continue studying music.
Abretski Adams, C. Adams, J.
Adams, P. Ainsworth Ake
Alianiello Allen Allison
Alloway Amick Anderson, D
Anderson, G. Andros Angcrmeier
Antes Anthony Apple
Arnold Arthur Ashmau
CARY j. AUMAN . . . Vocational . . . Tim xx is
a nieniher of the hand three years . . , is lu rd
sayiuq 'iOkay, Dail" . . . cletests show-oil clriurs
. . , has a liking for iee hoekey . . . plans to stucly
television at A.U.C
CHARLES A. AURANDT . . . General .
Snook's pet expression is ullow ahout that?"
1-nioys ear raeing, writings of liclgar Allen
ancl listening to xnusie . , . hopes to enter eolltgc
alter graclnalion . . . cletests eoneeitecl peoplc
RODNICY li. BAKER . . . General . . . Rocl xx is
a nieniher ol College Cluh and Camera Cui
senior year . . . elaims show-oils as his pet pun
. . . enjoys pina pie, hast-hall, ancl photogrimhx
. , . has a liking lor Dragnet
SIIIRLEY A. BAKER . . . Business Education
. . . sang alto in at Cappella . . . niemhmr f
Ushers' Cluh senior year . . . enjoys shorthmcl
loolhall, eherry pie, and I Love Lucy . . . Highty
people annoy her . . . wants to he a seere ry
CARMICLA T. BALDESSARO . . . Business Fd
eation . . . Mel was assistant secretary of hir
home room senior year . . . often heard Saying
"lim-ally?" . . . ezuuiot enclure people who rc
late . . . takes pleasure in swinnning . . . hopcs
lo he a seeretarv
NURMAN B. BALI J... General . , . vwis
nieinher of Car-Teen Cluh in his senior year
realls hooks hy Zane Crey . . . makes lnueh t
turkey . . , shrinks from snohhish girls .
hopes to work for Bt-ll Telephone Company.
YVAYNE I. BALL . . . Vocational . , . has a li llj.,
lor 'I'ony Curtis, Dragnet, hast-hall . . . spends
spare time skating . . . often treats himself to
ehieken . . . enjoys the hooks of Mickey Spill un
. . . is irritatecl hy wise guys.
Baker. S. Balclessaro
Ball, VV. Bare
lit-ek, Shirley Beekel
JUNIOR PICNIC -
nSl1llkC, Rattle and
The dummy gets the laughs but the ventriloquist gets the money.
BESSIE P. BARE . . . Business Education . . .
sang soprano in chorus one year . . . loyes spa-
ghetti and meatballs . . . enjoys books by Lloyd
Douglas . . . is annoyed by people who have
a tendency to be late.
DIOSA M. BARRETT . . . Business Education
. . . secretary of home room junior year . . .
has a liking for embroidery, French fries, and
steak . . . idolizes jeff Chandler . . . enjoys
Toast of the Town . . . hopes to be a secretary.
LINDA L. BARRY . . . Business Education . . .
sang alto in Miss Eberleis chorus . . . secretary
of FBLA senior year . . . takes pleasure in read-
ing, sewing, swimming, and watching television
. . . enjoys books of A. J. Cronin . . . dislikes
people who push.
NANCY E. BATHURST . . . College Prep . . .
Nance is often heard saying "Oh! Here now" . . .
Clark Cable rates high with her . . . treats her-
self to French fries . . . has the ambition to be
a school teacher.
LODOVICA A. BATTISTI . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Vicki claims Rock Hudson as her favor-
ite movie star . . . considers steak very appctizing
. . . is irritated by conccited people . . . hopes
to work in an oltice after graduation.
PATRICIA L. BEALS . . . George-Barden . . .
Pat played violin in orchestra three years . . .
member of Pyramid Club senior year . , . claims
spaghetti as favorite food . . . detests boys who
are late . . . wants to become a nurse.
RICIIARD C. BEATTY . . . Vocational . . .
Mickey Spillane is favorite author . . . makes much
of mashed potatoes and gravy . . . welding is best-
liked subject . . . plans to join the Air Force.
FIRST PAID ASSEMBLY - OCTOBER
SALLY A. BECK . . . College Prep . . . member
ol Future Teachers of America senior year . . .
sang alto in chorus two years . . . has a liking
for "This Is Your Life" . . . plans to attend col-
lege after graduation.
SHIRLEY M. BECK . . . Business Education . . .
cannot endure girls who wear knee socks . . .
loves to watch wrestling on television . . . loves
.Indy Carland . , . enjoys books by Ceorge Eliot
. . . planning on being a secretary or housewife.
NVALTER YV. BECKEL . . . Vocational . . . in-
terested very much in baseball . . . is often heard
saying "Not reallyiyi . . . claims French fries as
favorite food . . . knee socks is pet peeve . . .
plans to enter the service.
MARY L. BECKER . . . General . . . Mary Lou
is an Audie Nlurphy fan . . . has a liking for
pizza pie . . . enjoys football and baseball games
. . . 'iYou better believe itv is her pet expression
. . . watches I Love Lucy.
DONALD j. BEELER . . . Vocational . . . can-
not stand girls who wear knee socks . . . makes
much of fried chicken . . . claims Nlark Twain
as favorite author and "Dirty birdn as pet ex-
pression . . . enjovs Life of Riley.
BARBARA Al. BEICHLER . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . member of Fellowship Club and Future
Business Leaders of America . . . enjoys eating
spaghetti . . . watches Kraft Theater on TV . . .
dislikes touchy people . . . Wants to be an orlice
ROBERT L. BENDER . . . College Prep . . .
Bob was a member of Clee Club senior year
. . . transferred from McConnellsburg school . . .
admires john NVayne . . . enjoys playing soccer
. . . plans to attend college after graduation.
After the Senior Ball night come days and daze.
JANET L. BENZ . . . Business Education . . .
takes an interest in business law . . . reads books
by Erie Stanley Gardner . . . abhors snobbish
people . . . likes watching Fireside Theater . . .
crazy over French fries . . . hopes to become a
PAUL P. BERES . . . General . . . Pete was half-
back on football team three years . . . played
baseball and intramural basketball junior and
senior years . . . belonged to Varsity A Club senior
year . . . plans to enter Air Force.
FRANK ll. BERGER . . . Vocational . , . can
often be heard saying "You're the guyi, . . . fa-
vorite pastime is swimming . . . wants to be-
come a carpenter . . . delights in French fries
and chicken . . . enjoys watching the Comedy
DONALD J. BETAR . . . College Prep . . . Donn
was home room president and member of Sen-
ate three years . . . played forward on varsity
basketball team . . . participated in Hi-Y Club
senior year . . . would like to be a dentist.
NANCY G. BIDDLE . . . General . . . delights
in seeing Milton llerle . . . is partial to tuna fish
salad . . . idolizes Steve Cochran . . . takes an
interest in swimming and skating . . . is often
heard saying, "l'll never be the same."
MARY E. BIGELOVV . . . Business Education
. . . takes nleasure in reading fiction . . . cannot
endure people who canit be on time . . . treats
herself to French fries and steak . . . is often
heard saying "VVhoopee" . . . takes a fancy to
BARBARA A. BITTING . . . George-Barden . . .
Babs was a member of Car-Teen Club senior
year . . . took part in See How They Learn TV
program junior year . . . detests conccited people
. . . indulges in French fries and steak.
SENIOR DANCE - OCTOBER 6 1954
C. DONALD BLACKBURN . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . Blackie participated in band for three
years . . . is irritated by silly girls . . . is fascin-
ated by cars and jane Russell . . . enjoys Zane
Grey's work . . . often heard saying "So there
BEVERLY A. BODTORF . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Babs played violin in orchestra sopho-
more year . . . enjoys lnath and swimming . . .
likes to read . . . declares spaghetti delicious
. . . wishes to become a bookkeeper . . . watches
Kraft Theater often . . . thinks Richard Widmark
DOLORES R. BOENING . . . George-Barden
. . . enjoys embroidcring and sewing . . . raves
over chicken . . . states baseball and bacteriology
tops . . . repeats "Oh, heck" frequently . . .
collects dolls for a hobby . . . dislikes stuck-up
people . . . intends to go into nursing.
ANNA BONANNO . . . General . . . names driv-
ing as favorite pastime . . . participated in intra-
mural sports two years . . . is irritated by stub-
born people . . . intends to do stenographic work
. . . fond of pizza Die and ice cream.
GARY BOSSLER . . . Vocational . . . spends
spare time working on automobiles . . . detcsts
girls who smoke . . . likes building model rail-
roads . . . can be heard saying ujumpin' cat-
fish" . . . watches VVinchell and Mahoney . . .
wishes to join Air Force.
MARCELLA BOSSO . . . Business Education
. . . Shorty was home room representative sopho-
more year . . . vice-president sophomore year
. . . would like to become a stcnographcr . . .
is annoyed by conceited people . . . claims short-
hand, cooking, and basketball as her favorites.
RICIIABD R. BOTTEICHER . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . participated in intramural sports . . .
enjoys I Love Lucy . . . indulges in pork chops
. . . favorite subject is retail selling . . . takes
time out for playing football . . . would like to
do secretarial work,
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WANDA D. BOUSUM . . . Business Education
. . . member of Fellowship Club and secretary of
home room junior year . . . Girls, League repre-
sentative junior and senior years . . . president
of Future Business Leaders of America senior
JUNE E. BOWSER . . . George-Barden . . .
participated in College Club and intramural sports
senior year . . . often heard saying "Well, how
about that?H . . . listens to Eddie Fisher regular-
ly . . . relishcs steak and French fries.
JOHN F. BRANDA . . . Vocational . . . Brink's
favorite pastime is driving . . . enjoyed playing
clarinet in thc band for three years . . . chemistry
tops his favorite subject list . . . hates flat tircs
. . . plans to enter the Air Force.
I. FRED BRANDT . . . Vocational . , . enjoys
hunting and fishing . . . would like to be a forest-
er . . . reads Zane Grey . . . declares Guy Madi-
son is his favorite movie star . . . lists math as
favorite subject . . . enjoys archery.
VIRGINIA E. BBANDT . . . Business Education
. . . is pained by bleached blondes . . . likes to
watch George Gobel . . . would like to be a
stenographcr . . . enjoys dancing and basketball
. . . often heard saying "Hey, bugli' . . . spends
spare time painting.
CAROLE M. BRANNEN . . . Business Education
. . . jonnie regards Arthur Godfrey's shows tops
. . . shudders at giggling girls . . . likes to sew
and draw in spare time . . . takes an interest
in baseball and dancing . . . often heard saying
MARILYN C. BRAWLEY . . . General . . . took
part in chorus and dramatics two years . . . home
room representative senior year . . . secretary of
English class sophomore year . . . member of
Car-Teen Club . . . hopes to be a telephone
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MARLENE l.. BBEDE . . . General . . . intcr-
z-sti-ml in honu- arts craft and naturally aspirvs to
ln' a housi-wifc . . . cnjoys skating . . . likcs
hooks hy Louisa Nl. Alcott and inovivs with Doh-
lxim- R1-ynolcls . . . plays the piano in hcr sparc
MARY YV. BROTHERS . . . Business Education
. . . a na-inlxc-r of Pyraniicl Cluh two years, filling
in lla- pinnac-lv position . . . llll'IIllX'l' of the Car-
'l'z-vns . . . take-s ple-asurc in skating and square
xlanviug . . . lilu-s Englisll . . . hopes to hc a Clor-
FRED O. BROWN . . . General . . . playccl hasc-
lmall. toothull, lmaslwthall his sopholnorc ancl junior
yi-ars . . . nu-inlmvr of thi- Hi-Y Cluh in his soph-
oiuori- yi-ar . . . participate-cl in howling all thrcc
ym-ars . . . intc-ncls to join thc Air lforcc.
LOIS A. BROWN . . . Business Education . . .
lu-longml to Pyraniicl Cluh in sophoinorc ycar
. . . rc-lislws pizza pin- . . . takcs an intcrvst in
mlanving anml hast-hall . . . is partial to shorthand
. . . planning to ht- in oiiicc- work, prcfcrahly a
M. GLORIA BROYVN . . . Business Education
. . . a nu-nihr-r of Pyralnicl Cluh for onc ycar.
Dusty oftc-n trcats hm-rsi-lf to Fr:-ncli fries ancl
watt-lu-s l.ux Viclvo 'I'l1c-atc-r . . . an avicl aclinirvr
of footlxall . . . prvparing for ss-orc-tarial work.
C. BICIIARD BRUNER . . . College Prep . . .
Dim-lt partivipalm-fl in this Colli-gc Cluh his sn-nior
ye-ar anml also in this Sliclo Rulc Club his junior
ancl sc-nior yi-ars . , . is fascinatvcl hy the inystvrics
of trig . . . fiitim- plans includr- collc-gc.
l.OIS ll. BBUNNER . . . Business Education . . .
sm-vrc-tary of honu- rooni . . . attcncls inovics hav-
ing .Ii-ll Chanilli-r in thi-in and rc-ads hooks writ-
tvn hy Ifrank Ya-rhy . . . is partial to chickcn and
lfn-iu'li frivs . . . favors shorthand ancl has amhi-
tions to In soc-rotary.
Bra-llc Brotlu-rs Brown, F.
Brown, l.. Brown, C. Bruner
Brunnvr. l Brunner, N. Brunner, XV
Bryan Buchanan, Buchanan, bl
Buck, C. Bun-li, T. Buingarclncr
Buoyiuastl- Burg:-t Burk
Burlu-t, B. Burkct, C. Burkcy
Amt We Got Fun?"
The teachers met to ponder, leaving the students tree to wander
NANCY L. BRUNNER . . . General . . . a so-
prano in chorus her junior year . . . likes dancing,
skating, or listening to records . . . eats spa-
ghetti with gusto . . . takes an interest in basket-
ball and football . . . wishes to become a tele-
VVILLIAM BRUNNER . . . Vocational . . .
Bill is especially interested in mechanics and
chooses auto mechanics as his favorite subject
. . . highly regards books by jack London . . .
relishes chicken . . . has an aversion to knee socks.
IRENE ELIZABETH BRYAN . . . George-Barden
. . . Liz lists dancing and TV as her foremost
amusements . . . also enjoys movies starring john
Wayne . . . is vexed by conceited people . . .
treats herself to cheeseburgers . . . intends to
work with Bell Telephone.
FRANCES C. BUCHANAN . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Frankie was a soprano in Miss Eberle's
Girls' Chorus her sophomore year . . . a Girls,
League representative her senior year . . . enjoys
the books of Lloyd C. Douglas . . . Bell Tele-
phone work is in her horoscope.
JOHN M. BUCHANAN . . . College Prep . . .
sophomore class executive committee . . . class
president junior and senior years . . . played
trumpet in band and orchestra . . . on cross
country team and TAP two years . . . president
of TAP and band third year.
CLOYD R. BUCK . . . Business Education . . .
Bucky takes a fancy to business machines and
hopes to open a business of his own . . . also
takes an interest in basketball . . . prefers fish
and French fries . . . favorite author is William
TRAVIS J. BUCK . . . Vocational . . . identified
by the words "I say!" . . . Bucky relishes steaks
and indulges in as much sleep as possible . . .
prefers baseball to any other sport . . . future
plans hinge on an Air Force career.
PSEA CONVENTION - OCTOBER 7, 8, 1954
SHIRLEY bl. BUBIGARDNER . . . General . . .
a soprano in chorus all three years . . . English
class secretary in her junior year . . . is partial
to Martha Raye and books by Mickey Spillane
. . . a loyal supporter of the football and bas-
PAUL E. BUOYMASTER . . . General . . . active
in Car-Teen Club in his senior year . . . enjoys
delving into the world of science . . . builds
model airplanes . . . delights in the antics of
jerry Lewis , . . looks forward to a naval career.
JOYCE Y. BURCET . . . General . . . a member
of chorus her junior year . . . president of her
home room both her sophomore and senior years,
secretary her junior year , . . simply adores Jane
Powell . . . watches Make Room for Daddy
WILLIAM M. BURK . . . General . . . a forward
on his intramural basketball team all three years
and a member of the College Club his senior
year . . . it's Comedy Hour on TV and Alan Ladd
in movies . . . a salesman to be.
BEVERLY K. BURKET . . . George-Barden . . .
Bev was a soprano in Mr. Bohnis chorus . . .
collects miniature dogs . . . enjoys watching TV
or better yet a football game . . . Lloyd Douglas
high on this future nursets reading list . . . likes
CHARLES B. BURKET . . . Vocational . . . Pea-
nuts speeializes in pondering over math problems
. . . highly regards the acting of Marlon Brando
. . . abominates knee socks . . . interested in
sports, especially baseball . . . reads books by
Mickey Spillane . . . has chosen a Navy career.
BARBARA A. BURKEY . . . Business Education
. . . Barb is an avid baseball fan . . . spends
spare time listening to records and reading, pre-
ferring books by Bess Aldrich . . . highly regards
Doris Day and Gordon MacRae . . . is preparing
for office work.
No one can tell which way a football will bounce.
ALTOONA AND GREENSBURG C15-71 - OCTOBER 22 1954
DONNA M. BURR . . . Business Education . . .
enjoys reading books by Ellery Queen . . . rel-
ishes fried chicken . . . thinks Rock Hudson is
great . . . takes pleasure in writing to friends
in the Service . . . hopes to become a secretary.
CHARLES S. BURTNETTE . . . College Prep
. . . was a member of the junior Academy of
Science and Car-Teen Club senior year . . .
lists trig as favorite subject . . . takes an interest
in model railroading . . . future electrical engi-
CARL R. CACCIOTTI . . . Vocational . . . Casey
is fond of baseball . . . enjoys skating . . . finds
history an interesting subject . . . is vexed by
girls who wear knee socks . . . plans to see the
world through portholes.
SAMUEL R. CAMPAGNA . . . General . . . served
as head football manager junior and senior year
. . . watches Robert Montgomery Presents with
pleasure . . . fond of salesmanship, basketball,
and Debbie Reynolds . . . thinks the works of
Shakespeare are great.
EDGAR D. CAMPANARO . . . Vocational . . .
driving his car is Sonnyis favorite astime . . .
served as home room president andp home room
representative his senior year . . . is annoyed by
teachers . . . takes delight in football, skating,
SHIRLEY A. CAMPBELL . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . was active as home room representative
senior year . . . is often heard saying "I'd love
to" . . . loves to dance and collect jewelry . . .
pet peeve is tardy people . . . loves bookkeeping
ROSEMARY A. CAPUTO . . . Business Education
. . . sang in a Cappella sophomore and junior
years . . . member of Ushers' Club senior year
. . . listens to records and reads books by Frank
Yerby in spare time . . . a future secretary.
JOAN B. CARBONETTI . . . General . . . jo is
fond of baseball and safe driving . . . never
misses watching the Hit Parade on TV . . .
served as president of home room senior year
. . . sang in chorus all three years.
CHRISTINE A. CARROLL . . . George-Barden
. . . dancing, basketball, and swimming rank
high with Chris . . . acted in language depart-
ment play and member of College Club senior
year . . . delights in jeff Chandler and Make
Room For Da-ddy.
MARTHA E. CARTER . . . College Prep . . .
collects all the latest jazz records . . , member
of College Club, Car-Teen Club, and in intra-
mural sports senior year . . . favorite sport is
table tennis . . . intends to join the WAF.
CLIFFORD R. CASHMAN . . . General . . .
active member of Mountain Echo Staff and Art
Display Club senior year . . . intends to do
photography work as a profession . . . enjo s art
and physics . . . vexed by conceited people.
DOROTHY M. CASSIDY . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . thinks office machines class is everything
. . . reads Louisa Mae Alcottis books . . . loves
chicken and basketball . . . has a liking for draw-
ing and watching The Web on TV . . . often says
DONALD W. CESSNA . . . Vocational . . . Don
participated in home room basketball both sopho-
more and junior years . . . relishes French fries
. . . enjoys math and making model trains . . .
interested in photography . . . intends to become
JEANNE L. CESSNA . . . College Prep . . . sang
alto in Mr. Bohn's chorus two years . . . member
of Academy of Science . . . belonged to the Fu-
ture Teaehers of America Club all three years
. . . delights in Marlon Brando, cooking, and pizza
IUNIOR PROM Af
ter the Bill Is Over
LOIS L. CHAPMAN . . . Business Education
memher of a Cappella three years . . . enjoys
watching Lux Video Theater . . . claims steak
and French fries as favorite food . . . transferred
to Nliehigan high school . . . ahhors people who
ANN E. CHERRY . . . George-Barden .
played violin in the orchestra all three years
memher of the Fellowship Cluh and College Cluh
third year . . . plans to go in training for mission-
ary nursing . . . favorite suhject is hacteriology.
SHIRLEY hi. CHIPPERFIELD . . . Business
Education . . . prefers English and reading
goes all out for hamburgers and French fries
. . . fond of Mark Twain and Debbie Reynolds
. . . never misses watching the Hit Parade . . .
hopes to he a secretary.
NIARY C. CHBISTLMEIEB . . . Business Edu-
cation , . . Mary Kay helonged to FBLA junior
and senior years . . . is partial to john Derek . . .
reads hooks hy Betty Cavanna . . . annoyed hy
peroxide hlondes . . . enjoys listening to records
. , . future secretary.
CAROLYN R. CIAVERELLA . . . General . . .
just loves pizza pie and fried chicken . . . mem-
her of Car-Teen Cluh senior year . . . vexed
hy knee socks . . . adores Liz Taylor . . . intends
to go to School of Commerce after graduation.
MARLENE L. CIVILS . . . General . . . worked
in Girls' Attendance Oflice third year . . . sang
soprano in Miss Eherle's chorus . . . prefers hooks
hy Grace Livingston Hill . . . loves skating and
dancing . . . hopes to attend a husiness school.
ALLEANE J. CLAAR . . . Business Education
. . . acted as Girls' League representative senior
year . . . member of FBLA two years . . . can-
not endure snohhish people . . . delights in spag-
hetti, hasehall, and sewing . . . often says "How
ahout that?" . . . a future stenographer.
Burr Burtnctte Cacciotti
Campagna Campanaro Camphell
Caputo Carhonetti Carroll
Carter Cashman Cassidy
Cessna, D Cessna, J. Chapman
Cherry Chipperfield Christlmeier
Ciavcrella Civils Claar
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TERENCE M. CLARK . . . College Prep . . .
'l'orry wus in Sonuto, u Cuppollu, Vursity A Cluh,
homo rooin huskotlmll, truck, uncl wus homo rooln
prosiclont ull throo yours . . . prosiclont of Sonuto
sonior your . . . pluyoml foothull hotli junior und
GERALD A. CLOWSON . . . Vocational . . .
Corulrl lilaos Rook lluclson uncl hooks hy luck
Lonclon . , . onjoys llrugnot . . . tukos un intorost
in husohull uncl ours . . . ho is ofton hourcl saying
"just l'lli'L'lilIlj.IH . . . shuclclors ut knoo sooks.
JOHN R. CoCHRAN . . . College Prep . . .
john wus u lIlK'llll5l'l' of Mouutuin Eoho Stuff throo
yours . . . Quill uncl Soroll Cluh junior uncl sonior
yours . . . Collogo Cluh uncl prosiclont of Quill
unml Soroll Cluh his sonior your.
ROSE M. COLABOVE . . . George-Barden . . .
Rosio wus u iuonihor of Pyrumicl Cluh . . . took
nurt in intruinurul sports uml wus homo room
roprosontutivo in hor sophoinoro uncl junior yours
. . . hor umhition is to ho un uirlino hostoss.
DELORES G. COLEY . . . Business Education
. . . Doo was u llR'l11l3l'I' of Followship Club jun-
ior unrl sonior yours . . . hor fuvorito TV show
is Mzunu . . . ucloros Larry Purlcs und is unnoyod
hy gossiping girls . . . fuvorito foocl is chili con
ANN l.. CONRAD . . . Business Education . . .
Cookio tukos un intorost in piano uncl in hooks
hy Cruoo Livingston Hill . . . lists shorthuncl us
fuvorito suhjoot . . . ohilclish pooplo uro hor pot
poovo . . . wunts to hooomo u soorotury.
E. LORRAINE CONRAD . . . Ccncral . . . Lorry
wus homo room soorotury hor sonior your . . .
urloros Murlon lirunclo . . . hor fuvorito foocl is
spughotti . . . onjoys hooks hy Miokoy Spillane
. . . is unnoyocl hy flighty pooplo.
Clurko Clowson Cochran
Coluhovo Coloy Conrucl, A.
Conrucl. L. Conwuy Coppotu
Corhin Counsol. D. Counsol,
Counsinun Cruhtroo Crugo
Cruino Cruwfortl, Jun Cruwforcl, Judith
Criclor, C. NI. Crirlor, R. Crismun
Be Some C h an ge s
The question always met is this: "What did you get?'
REPORT CARDS MARKED - NOVEMBER 15, 1954
JANET M. CONWAY . . . George-Barden . . .
Jan was president of English class and home room
representative in sophomore year . . . was a mem-
ber of chorus her junior and senior years . . .
a member of Car-Teens Club her senior year.
DONALD A. COPPETA . . . General . . . Donis
favorite subject is history . . . is crazy over Terry
Moore . . . takes a fancy to books by Zane Grey
. . . detests stuck-up girls . . . hopes to attend
college . . . interested in sports.
VVENDA L. CORBIN . . . College Prep . . .
XVendy was president of English class . . . head
cheerleader . . . secretary of home room . . . a
member of the College Club and also a member
of Ushers' Club in her senior year.
DENNIS A. COUNSEL . . . General . . . Denny
is partial to Dragnet . . . likes Marlon Brando
. . . his pet pecve is girls in general . . . Denny
lists English as his favorite subject . . . he hopes
to attend Florida State College.
JUDITH L. COUNSEL . . . Business Education
. . . Judy was a member of Future Business Lead-
ers of America her senior year . . . she fancies
Toast of the Town . . . favorite sport is bowling
. . . her ambition is to be a secretary.
RHEA F. COUNSMAN . . . Business Education
. . . Red was a member of Future Teachers of
America and played badminton in her sophomore
year . . . sang alto in chorus her senior year . . .
lists bookkeeping as her favorite subject.
CARY R. CRABTREE . . . Vocational . . . Gary
played baseball his junior and senior years and
home room basketball his junior year . . . enjoys
Alan Ladd and lists math as favorite subject . . .
favorite TV show is Comedy Hour.
A. ROBERT CRAGO . . . Vocational . . . Bob
participated in football, basketball, and track all
three years . . . member of Varsity A Club junior
and senior years . . . home room representative
to Senate senior year . . . ambition is to go to
DONALD R. CRAINE . . . College Prep . . .
Don was a member of band and orchestra all
three years . . . participated in track and football
junior and senior years . . . hunting and fishing
are his bobbics . . . favorite sport is football.
JANET L. CRAWFORD . . . George-Barden . . .
Janet was a iueniber of Pyramid Club when she
was a sophomore. . .sang alto in chorus her
junior and senior years . . . loathes peroxide
blondes . . . plans to make nursing her career.
JUDITII A. CRAWFORD . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Judy likes to dance . . . favorite subject
is shorthand . . . enjoys watching I Love Lucy
on TV . . . adores Marlon Brando . . . favorite
sport is football . . . wants to model or go to
C. MERREL CRIDER . . . College Prep . . .
Merrel played clarinet in the band for three years
. . . takes an interest in stamp collecting . . .
sciencc is his favorite subject . . . is irritated with
loud people . . . enjoys hunting and football.
RICHARD M. CRIDER . . . General . . . Butch
delights in playing baseball . . . enjoys books by
Zane Grey . . . his pet expression is "Holy cow"
. . . likes to build model airplanes . . . hopes to
be a game protector after graduation.
CATHERINE S. CRISRIAN . . . General . . .
Kay was in chorus when she was a senior . . .
enjoys watching TV and dancing . . . adores Alan
Ladd . . . likes poems of Longfellow . . . is dis-
gusted by people who talk about others.
I JUNIOR PICNIC
"Cotton Cunclv uncl
Our Miss Brooks came alive on the A. H. S. stage.
LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT PLAY - NOVEMBER 19-20, 1954
JAY R. CRUM . . . Vocational . . . juy wus homo
rooni rt-presontutive uncl u mcniher of College
Cluh senior your . . . president- of his Spunish
eluss junior your . . . enjoys unto rucing . . . is
purtiul to stoulx uncl French fries.
HARD j. CURRY Q. . . College Prep 4. . .
Dick wus u moinher of truck und eo-euptuni of
tho cross-country teuins ull three yours . . . pluyocl
in the huucl his sophomore, junior, untl senior
yours . . . enjoys ship inocloling.
BEVlCIlI,Y A. CUTSIIALL . . . College Prep . . .
lioverly wus u inoinlmor of the College Chili. Fu-
ture T4-uoliors of Ann-rieu, untl Cur-'l'oen Clnh
mr your . . . socroturv of Quill uncl Scroll
junior uncl senior yours . . . oclitor of Nlountuin
l'cho ill tluu xr ns
EDVVARD P. DAILEY . . . Vocational . . . Ecl
wus u inomhor of tho Cur-Teen Cluh senior your
hus u liking for footlmull untl French fries
enjoys Erlgur Allen l'oe . . . hus un uvorsion
irls who wour lxnoo socks.
CAROLE A. DANDREA . . . College Prep . . .
:lo hus hoen u mujoretto ull three yours,
serving hor senior your us houcl niujorotto . .
on executive eonnnittoo sophomore your . . .
sung in u Cuppellu sophomore uncl iunior yours.
AIAMES F. DASKI . . . Business Etlueation . . .
wus u home room represontutivo lns junior
.incl senior yours . . . purtieiputorl in tulont shows
.ill throo yours uncl unnuul show sophomore your
sorvocl on junior executive connnittoe.
ARLENE G. DAVIS . . . Business Education
. Arlono sung in Miss Eherlo's chorus her
sophomore your . . . tulces u pleasure in listening
to populur music . . . enjoys English . . . is pur-
linl to lt t its in ' ' ' " '
l'r-nch r . . . 1 'IV Izclclio lrisher IS
JOAN 0. DAVIS . . . General . . . john pluyotl
u smooth tromhone in tho huncl ull three yours
. . . enjoys playing huskothull . . . is unnoyocl hy
silly girls . . . highly rogurcls plumes F. Cooper us
one of the grout uuthors.
VIUDITII M. DAVIS . . . George-Burden . . . lutly
sung.: in the chorus her senior your . . . wus u mein'-
hor of College Clnh senior your . . . has u liking
lor Cormun uncl Zoology . . . delights in outing
spughetti . . . louthos eonceitocl people.
KARL R. DAVIS . . . General . . . Kurl sung in
u Cuppollu senior your . . . purtieiputotl in lun-
guuige clepurtment pluy senior your . . . pluyecl
intrumurul huskothull ull three yours . . , took
purt in Cur-Teen Clnh senior your.
MARIORIE R. DAVIS . . . George-Barden . . .
Nlurgie holongotl to tho College Clnh uncl wus
u homo room roprosontutivo hor senior vour . . .
u inemhor of the Fellowship Club junior, senior
yours . . . enjoys reucling . . . prefers lfronoh
fries untl spughetti.
VERDA L. DEAN . . . George-Burden . . . Vorclu
sung in Mr. Bohn's chorus hor junior your . . .
purticiputotl in tho Muy Festivul junior your . . .
tulcos un interest in skating . . . reucls eonstuntly
in hor spuro time. '
ARLENE E. DECKER . . . General . . . Arlene
tukos pleusuro in wutching ukluke Room for
Duclclyn . . . tukos u funcy to cluneing . . . rolishos
lfrench tries . . . euros for English . . . enjoys
Curolyn lxoono . . . hus hopes of heing u secre-
ROBERT E. DEITZ . . . Vocational . . . Roh wus
prositlont of his English class junior your . . .
is purtiul to foothull . . . lius u lilcingf for Alun
Luclcl . . . enjoys wutehing Toust of the Town
. . . takes plousuro in reucling Shukespeure.
A. JAMES DELL . . . Vocational . . . jim played
intramural basketball junior and senior years . . .
home room president sophomore year . . . takes
an interest in football . . . has a liking for meat
loaf . . . enjoys reading books by .lack London.
AUDBEY M. DELOZIER . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Audrey delights in collecting miniature
dogs . . . loves to watch Lux Video Theater . . .
has a liking for math . . . craves chicken . . . is
partial to Alan Ladd . . . plans to become a book-
ROSE E. DeLUCA . . . Business Education . . .
Betty was liome room secretary junior and senior
years . . . she has gone to nine different schools
. . . enjoys dancing and Colgate Comedy Hour
. . is annoyed by catty girls . . . relishes steak.
JULIO C. DeRENSIS . . . Vocational . . . Moony
enjoys Martha Raye on TV . . . takes an interest
in football . . . treats himself to steak . . .
makes much of the saying "You know itu . . . is
partial to Lana Turner.
IRVIN R. DETRICH . . . Vocational . . . lrv par-
ticipated in baseball as manager his sophomore
year . . . played in band junior year . . . likes
to watch Bob Hope on TV . . . Marilyn Monroe
is his type . . . hates girls who smoke.
NORMA j. DIBERT . . . General . . . Norma
was a member of chorus tliree years . . . Girls'
League representative junior year . . . member
of Car-Teen Club senior year . . . takes an in-
terest in singing . . , delights in watching llock
MICHAEL T. DICKEN . . . Vocational . .
Mike never gets tired of working on cars . . .
enjoys football and Randolph Scott . . . loves
pizza pie . . . is partial to stories by Bret Harte
. . y., fancies Dragnet . . . delights in saying "Nice
Crum Curry Cutshall
Dailey Dandrea Daski
Davis, A. Davis, john Davis, Judith
Davis, K. Davis, M. Dean
Decker Deitz Dell
Delozier Dt-Luca Deliensis
Detrich Dibert Dieken
,IAMES N. DIETZEL . . . Vocational . . . jim's
Invoritv sport is Iootlmll . . . luis em uvvrsion to
firls wlio wvur kncc socks . . . ncvcr misscs
Stuclio Our' on 'I'V . . . vnjoys mntll, ste-uk, anal
Ilolm Ilopm- , , . xvnnts to join tlic Army.
DARI l'lNl'l IJIFFENDERFER . . . General
. . . pluyt-rl Ilu- violin in tllc orclicstru all tlircc
ynus . , . uauinot cnclurc con:-citccl pt-oplc . . .
Iizls :1 liking for spzullu-tti, swimming, :mal music
. . . oftc-n In-ni-ml saying "dig that" . , . futurv dit--
I'lC'l'ICll P. DIONIS . . . Vocational . . . sliucl-
rli-rs ut Iwlt-at-In-:I Ivlontlcs . . . muclc happy Imy
Iuinlinig. Iislning, auiml Imsm-Imll . . , enjoys sci-ing
Ilia-I4 I'ow1-II in Ilu- inovics nntl rm-ailing.: lioolcs
Ivy -I, I", Coopcr . . . woulcl Iikr- to In- ll l'ilI'1X'll-
ROBICWI' W. IJIUNIS . . . Business Education
. . . Ilolm wus un un-tivc IIIOIIIIIUI' of intrnnnlrzll
sports :incl Cnr-'I'ccn Clulm senior ycur , . . at-tt-cl
'is Iioinv rouin l'I'Dl'l'Sl'IltilIlVl' una- your . . . gocs
in lor Imusinc-ss Ialw :incl Imsc-Imaxll.
I,UCII,l,lC IJ. DiPRINZIO . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . ollicc lllllk'llIIll'S is LuIu's fnvoritc sull-
jz-c'I . . . si-rv:-cl as typist on Compass stall . . .
I-Lgotisls igivi- In-r ai pzlin . . , Iiczicla-cl for Bt-II
-' grucluaition . . . just uclorm-s llovli
DULUIIICS lf. IJODSON . . . College Prep . . .
sung.: in il Cuppr-Ilu Ilirw- ya-urs . . . alctc-cl in IIIII1
i1u:1i.:4- flcpurtnic-nt play . . . junior Acnclc-iny ol
Sk'll'lll'I' zunl Uslu-rs Cluli nu-inlwr . . . :ich-cl ns
vim-1--pu-simlm-nI of Girls, lmzlililc scnior yi-ur . . .
Iuturc Iionu- I-1-onolnics tc-ucliz-1',
DONNA I.. DODSON . . . Business Education
. . . slniclclm-rs nt snolmliisli pcoplc . . . rc-Iislrcs
str-uk auicl I"r4-nvlu frics . . , rcprcscntntivv to
Girls' lmugiic sc-nior your . . . nc-vcr misscs wutcli-
ing I Low- Lucy on 'I'V . . . looks forwurcl to
mloinig sm-rm-turiul work.
Dir-msl llillcntlcrfcr Dionis, P.
IJil'rinzio Doclson, Dolorcs
ICQ-Iclcy Eclmiston, C.
ICcImuncIson liclwurcls. D.
ing, Over the Deep
No School! Turkey Galore! Could you ask for more?
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY - NOVEMBER 25-26,
-IOIIN 1. DOYLE . . . General . . . pitched on
the school baseball team for three years . . .
participated in intramural sports each year . . .
member of the Varsity A Club his junior and
senior years . . . lists sports and chili as tops.
BARBARA I. DUNNENBERGER . . . George-
Barden . , . Dunny sang in Mr. Bohnis chorus
sophomore year . . . one of the few that like the
Latin lingo . . . just adores Audrey Hepburn . . .
looks forward to a "woman in Whiteu career.
BARBARA A. DUTROW . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . participated in Car-Teen Club senior
year . . . enjoys doing bookkeeping and eating
French fries . . . sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus for
two years . . . spends spare time at the skating
DONALD DI. DUVA . . . General . . . addicted
to spaghetti . . . has an aversion to snobbish
girls . . . active in Car-Teen Club third year
. . . takes an interest in history . . . never misses
watching jackie Gleason on TV.
ROBERT VV. EAKINS . . . College Prep . . .
often heard saying "NVhat d'ya say?U . . . has
a liking for sciences . . . delights in swimming
and cars . . . reads books by Meader . . . plans
to join Air Force after graduation.
BARBARA E. EBNER . . . Business Education
. . . served as secretary of home room sophomore
year . . . participated in Ushers' Club all three
years . . . goes in for bookkeeping work . . . de-
lights in pizza and eheeseburgers . . . thinks
Marlon Brando is tops.
DONNA A. ECKLEY . . . Business Education
another Eddie Fisher fan . . . member of Safety
Club and Car-Teen Club senior year . . . often
heard yelling "Oh 1ny wordi' . . . intends to become
a future homemaker of America.
CHARLES R. EDMISTON . . . College Prep
. . . actually takes pleasure in doing trig . . .
reads books by jack London . . . watches john
Hopkins Science Review on TV . . . enjoys
basketball and fishing . . . intends to study elec-
trical engineering after graduation.
JESSE WV. EDMISTON . . . General . . . takes
an interest in weight lifting . . . is irritated bv
silly girls . . . often found watching jack NVQ-bb
in Dragnet . . . thinks health class is best per-
iod of day . . . intends to join Navy.
NANCY L. EDMUNDSON . . . College Prep
. . . active in Ushers' Club all three years . . .
participated in College Club and Future Teach-
ers of America senior year . . . interested in
teaching English as a profession . . . likes dancing,
ravioli, and art.
DONNA F. EDWARDS . . . George-Barden . . .
pet pceve is teachers' pets . . . sang in Mr. Bohn's
chorus junior year . . . belonged to Pyramid Club
and College Club senior year . . . hopes to be-
come a nurse . . . enjoys studying bacteriology.
NORMA 1. EDWARDS . . . General . . . loves
to crochet . . . sang soprano in Nlr. Bolnfs chorus
th1'ec years . . . cannot endure boastful boys . . .
tennis is her favorite sport . . . adores Tab Hunt-
er . . . wants to be a receptionist.
PEGGY J. EICIIENLAUB . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . enjoys playing hillbilly records while
treating herself to Momis homemade apple pies
. . . member of chorus all three years . , . detests
conceited people . . . belonged to Car-Teen Club
BEVERLY M. ELDER . . . General . . . always
listens to Coke Time starring Eddie Fisher on TY
. . . favorite movie star is Robert Xlitchuxn . . .
loves to dance and play tennis . . . future recep-
tionist . . . reads books by Edgar Allan Poe.
Ancl now which college for further knowledge? 1
VVALTER hl. ELSPERGER . . . Vocational . . .
XValter is pleased hy watching Arthur Godfrey
on TX t lt ' ' ' '
' . . . a res an avid interest in drawing . . .
is slightly partial to roast chicken . . , is very
disgusted hy conceited girls.
MARDELL A. ENDLER . . . College Prep . . .
Nlardell takes pleasure in dancing and swimming
was delighted with lmacteriology and Latin
detests waiting on slow people . . . has her
eve on a joh as a lady in white.
ALICE L. ENGELMANN . . . George-Burden
Alice strutted with the hand for three years
memher of senior executive committee and
senior sextet . . . treats herself to lfreneh fries
plans to attend Altoona Undergraduate Cen-
LOUIS D. EPSTEIN . . . College Prep . . . Louie
was in language department play sophomore
year . . . sang in a Cappella three years . . .
memlier of senior octet, cross country. and Col-
lege Clulm senior year . . . future plans include
.IOYCE E. ERIIARD . . . General . , . ,loyce is
often heard to exclaim, "Oh no" . . . adores
watching Rock lludson . . . disgusted lay people
crack their gum . . . enjoys fried chicken
tops in sports field for her is hasehall.
RAY A. ETTERS . . . College Prep . . . Itay par-
ticipated in foothall sophomore and junior years
in home room hasketlmall all three years
. . . served as home room representative senior
. . . takes much pleasure in watching Hit
.IACK AI. EVANS . . . Business Education , . .
.lack tapped his toes for three years in 'l'alent
Show . . , home room vice-president senior year
md la in i
1 e room representative sophomore yea'
cant get enough hamburgers and French
COLLEGE CONFERENCE - DECEMBER 2, 1954
ALEX G. FARIS . . . General . .ts. Turk was a
memher of Art Cluh junior year . . . home room
president senior year . . . highly regards Doris
Day . . . exclaims "You donit say" quite often ,
. . . hopes to lmeeome an interior decorator.
INEZ L. FARRELL . . . General . . . Inez sang
alto with Mr. Bohn's chorus iunior year and with
Nliss Eherleis chorus her senior year . . . takes
an avid interest in collecting pennants and going
AIOSEPII L. FASICK, JR .... Vocational . . .
joe treats himself to skating and skiing in spare
time . . . states his preference for steak and
mashed potatoes . . . is annoyed hy seeing girls
smoking and women drivers.
ROSE MARY FASICK . . . College Prep . . .
llosemary was a niemher of Future Teachers of
America, the College Clulm, and Cai'-Teens her
senior year . . . sang in Nliss Eherlt-'s chorus
her iunior year . . . plans to he a teacher.
CLARENCE A. FAUST . . . General . , . Clar-
ence has a liking for hunting . . . also has a iiigli
regard for llit Parade . . . among his favorites
is American history . . . future plans include
joining the Army after graduation.
NANCY V. FEATIIERS . . . College Prep . . .
Nancy has exercised her vocal chords singing
alto in a Cappella three years . nlemher of
octet junior and senior year . . . participated in
Fnturt 'l'eaehers of America and favors lemon
PATRICIA A. FERGUSON . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Pat worked in nursc's oflice her sopho-
more year and in the Senate office her senior
year . . . inemhcr of Future Business Leaders of
America her junior and senior years.
IUNIOR PICNIC -
NVolf in Mc"
.1-th y.. S, as
5. lil. 38
"You Bring Ont the
ARLENE F. FETTER . . . George-Barden . . .
Arlene played violin in the orchestra her sopho-
more year . . . belonged to the Fellowship Club
all three years . . . favors two subjects, Spanish
and baeteriology . . . delights in doing embroid-
KATHLEEN A. FETTER . . . George-Barden
. . . Kathleen played viola in the school orchestra
her sophomore year . . . belonged to the Fellow-
ship Club all three years . . . her future plans
include entering nurscis training at Harrisburg.
CHARLES R. FICKES . . . Vocational . . . Chuck
was a member of a Cappella his sophomore year
. . . played football during sophomore and jun-
ior years . . . home room vice-president and
home room representative his senior year.
RICHARD E. FIELD . . . Vocational . . . Dick
enjoys reading hooks by Mickey Spillane . . .
often indulge-s in favorite food, French fries
. . . exelaims "I,ll sayn quite often . . . plans
to serve Uncle Sam by joining the Navy follow-
DONNA I. FIELDS . . . George-Barden . . .
Donna belonged to Car-Teens her senior year
. . . used her vocal chords singing soprano her
junior and senior years in Mr. Bohn's chorus . . .
has a liking for French fries and steak.
SHIRLEY D. FIGART . . . Business Education
. . . Shirley is partial to movies with Robert
VVagner . . . prefers bookkeeping over other sub-
jects . . . loves to Watch football games . . . in
the future she would like a job as a bookkceper.
JOYCE E. FINK . . . George-Barden . . . Joyce
was vice-president of her home room sophomore
year and president her junior year . . . made
happy by dancing . . . in her horoscope is seen
career as lady in white.
Elsperger Endlcr Engle-man
Epstein Erhard Etters
Evans Faris Farrell
Fasiek, I. Fasiek, R. Faust
Feathers Ferguson Fetter, A,
Fetter, K. Fiekes Field
Fields Figart Fink
E. IOAN FITZGERALD . . . Business Education
. . l. a future seeretary . . . enjoys shorthand . . .
relishes spaghetti . . . detests eoneeited people
. . . loves to roller skate and 1'ead Pearl Buck
. . . idolixes Burt Lancaster . . . takes an interest
in howling and hasehall.
SHIRLEY L. FLEMINC . . . Business Education
. . . Spike was in language department play . . .
eheerleader two years . . . in a Cappella and was
a maiorette . . . participated in girls' intramural
sports and Pyramid Clnh . . . she's often heard
saying "I imaginei' . . . wants to he a daneer.
UIOYCE L. FLUKE . . . General . . . sang in Mr.
Rolnfs eliorns . . . president of home room senior
year . . . has a liking for Ilit Parade hut eanit
stand people who are late . . . wants to he a
MARGARET M. FOLK . . . Business Education
. . . meniher ol FBLA two years . . . interested
in oil painting , . . adores Tony Curtis . . . might
he heard saying "All rightyn . . . loves popular
nmsie . . . likes hasehall . . . hopes to take up
MARJORIE L. FONNER . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . likes to write letters . . . loves French
fries . . . reads hooks hy Genevieve Fox . . . en-
ioys olliee machines . . . goes all out for skating
. . . really goes in for hasehall . . . often says
THOMAS Nl. FOOSE . . . College Prep . . .
manager of hasehall sophomore year . . . played
alto sax in hand . . . loves history, of all things
. . . enjoys sports . . . reads Edgar Allan Poe
. . . would like to he a sehool teacher some day.
Rllllillill Sll1NV . . .
. . . ahhors people
M. ,IANE FOSTER . . . College Prep . . . sang
alto in a Cappella two years . . . participated in
was in Ushers' Clnh two years
who are late . . . hopes to enter
Victorious Lions devoured Kittanning while spectators roared.
FIRST BASKETBALL GAME - DECEMBER 3, 1954
DONNA L. FRANKS . . . General . , . Frankie
wants to he a telephone operator . . . enjoys
horsehack riding . . . reads Eric Knight . . . loves
French fries and oysters . . . adores john Derek
. . . . likes crafts and says "Chip, chipf,
,IANICE D. FRANKS . . . Business Education
. . . jan enjoys office machines . . . reads Dor-
othy Evelyn Smith . . . collects hracelets . . .
thinks steak and French fries are scrumptious
. . . likes football . . . swoons over Tah Hunter
. . . wants to he a secretary .
MARY A. FRANKS . . . George-Barden . . . sang
in chorus two years . . . canit hear people who
are tardy . . . thinks Ann Blyth is sweet . . .
enjoys skating and swimming . . . hopes to get
married or he a nurse, it doesn't matter which.
JOAN E. FRATES . . . General . . . Lizzy sang
second soprano in chorus senior year . . . en-
joys chow mein . . . likes to dance and skate
. . . often says "I don't want to hear it" . . .
gets starry-eyed over Tony Curtis.
MARIE A. FREED . . . George-Barden . . .
Freedy played violin in orchestra three years . . .
a flag twirler . . . a colorguard, and in intramural
sports and College Cluh . . . pet expression is
"Say'i . . . enjoys haskethall . . . favorite suhject
GERTRUDE M. FRENCH . . . George-Bartlen
. . . took part in intramural haskethall . . .
home room representative . . . Horseshoe staff
two years . . . Safe Driving Cluh . , . jeff Chand-
ler is just her type . . . can't stand people who
THERESA M. FURGIONE . . . George-Barden
. . . sang alto in Miss Eherleis chorus two years
. . . reads Zane Grey . . . is gone over Rock Hud-
son . . . often says "Oh my liver" . . . expects
to heeome a nurse some day.
CATHERINE L. FUSCO . . . George-Bartlen
. . . Kay was an assistant in the language depart-
ment play . . . uses quite often "You goofed"
. . . likes Dragnet . . . thinks Tony Curtis is tops
. . . in Pyramid Gluh three years . . . wants to
GEORGIA A. CABLE . . . George-Barclen . . .
Honey helongs to College Cluh . . . reads hooks
hy Lloyd Douglas . . . says "You can't hardly
get them no more" . . . loves spaghetti . . .
detests show-offs . . . hopes to he a nurse.
DONALD K. GAILEY . . . Vocational . . . Don
enjoys movies and practically all sports . . .
likes to listen to hillhilly records . . . thinks Mar-
lon Brando is tops . . . likes to work on ears
. . . wants to fly high as a pilot.
MARGARET A. GAILEY . . . George-Barrlen
. . . Peggy canit stand smart kids or smart adults
. . . reads Zane Grey . . . enjoys Lux Video
Theater . . . likes softhall . . . sews a Hne thread
to pass the time . . . wants to hecome a nurse.
SALLY A. GARBER . . . Business Education . .
soprano in Mr. Bohnis chorus three years . . .
TAP three years . . . Girls' League representative
. . . dislikes people who pout . . . often says
"You heti' . . . reads jack London . . . expects
to do clerical work.
FRANK M. GARNER . . . Vocational . . . enjoys
hasehall . . . canit do without ice cream . . .
goes in for model airplanes . . . uses "Picked a
loser" as pet expression . . . reads H. Kurtz
. . , wants to join the Air Force.
LARRY O. GARRETT . . . College Prep . . . Gus
played in hand three years . . . memher of orches-
tra . . . home room president . . , goes in for
cross country and track . . . says "Hey, numhicv
. . . plays in Blue Notes dance hand . . . will
JUNIOR PROM -
"How Many Hearts
Have You Brokeniv'
IUNIOR PHONl -
Yon auntl tlue Niglu
uncl tlue Xlnsien
No one knows wluy everyone goes 'ro talent slwows.
TALENT SHOW - DECEMBER 8, 1954
ALFRED nl. GATES . . . College Prep .... f Xl ELIZABETH I.. GEIREI ,... George-Burdeuu
goes iuu for luuusltetluuull . . . works on enrs aus il . , . nuenuluer of College Clnlu nntl luonue roonu
luoluluy . . . enjoys Guru Cooper in tlue nuovies fI'1'1lSllTl'l' luer senior yeaur . . . is au flevotee ol'
. . . llrieil c'luiel4euu, tlue Colgate Couuuetly llonr, tlzuueiuug, lmsltetluuull, anutl llllLft'l7I'il . . . cletests con-
:nnl linuglislu are luis pu'efeu'euuecs. eeiteml people . . . plzuns for 21 "wonu:nu iuu wluitev
FRANK C. GATES . . . Vocational . . . lfruuuulx BONITA GEIS . . . Business Education . . . Ron-
is zu uuunlter ol nuoilel nirplzulues. zu television iutltliet, nie luns at yen for tlzuuueiuug auntl luzuselunll . . . uuuniuu
auuucl :nu Alunu l.1uclcl fain . . . tuukes pleausnre iuu lunse- zunuluitiouu is to lunve zu uuiee spngluetti clinner. witlu
luuull unucl trig . . . plains to ntteuutl college nfteu' Rock Ilnclson to luelp ent it . . . plnns to lue il
.IAMES F. GATES . . . General . . . -Innues is CHRISTINE GEORGE . . . College Prep . . .
.u luunuter auuucl ouuttloorsuuunuu . . . luauselunll is luis 'l'inu wats presirleuut of luer luouuue roonu sopluonuore
lauvorite sport . . . wouulil lut- lost witluont tele- year . . . au nuenuluer ot' llorsesluoe stnll senior year
vision . . . nluluors getting uup iuu tlue nuorning . . . enjoys pointing. swinuuninul, anucl tlue Eml Sul-
. . . plzuns to enlist iuu tlue Aruuuy. liunuu sluow . . . plzuns to lue ll textile tlesiguuer.
OUENTIN J. GATES . . . College Prep . . RAYMOND C. GEORGE . . . College Prep . . .
eluuss tu'i-:usuun-u' sopluonuore auncl innior yezlrs . . llauy enjoys uuuunueluing on l"renelu tries . . . wntelues
ontstnuutliuug nueunluer of lunncl nncl orcluestrau . . . tlue Eel Snlliviun sluow, espeeinlly wluen .lnnet Leigh
lists Ci-ruuuzun. eau' ruciuuyl. luzuseluzull, steals. nncl is fcutuurecl . . . lists nnuong luis fnvorites footluaull.
Elzuiuue Stewart ns luis fauvorites . . . planus to nt- clznueing, nncl pluysics . . . plains to enter college.
.IOIIN XV. GAVV . . . Vocational . . . ouue of tlue ROSEANNA Nl. GERIIARD . . . Business Ecle-
few wluo enjoy luotlu trig auuucl Clunrles Diekeuus cation . . . Rosie was ll uuueuuuluer of Usluers' Cluulu
. . . is erzuzy nluont footluaull, steauk anucl potatoes, luer senior yt-nr . . . clzuuueiuug, Luus Vitleo Tluezuter,
guuuql Aluuuu Liutlil . . . persons wluo elunnge llll'll' Itnlinn foocls, nncl Nlaurtin nncl Lewis ture on luer
nuinrls luequueuutly give luiuuu zu pzuin. list ol' favorites . . . plains on at lunsiness eiureer.
KENNETH A. CEARIIART . . . Vocational . . . NIOREA GERMAN . . . College Prep . . . Nloren
Snnlliy is au great unnuu for sports auncl june Russell exereisecl luer voice for tluree yenrs iuu Miss Eluerlc-'s
. . . pluuyeil guunrcl iuu iuutrzuuuunruul luuuslucetlunll luis eluoruus . . . wuts zulso au uuueuuuluer of College Clnlu
iunuior yenr . . . luaus nn nversiouu to "luottlecl" luauir nncl au reporter for tlue Conupzuss stnlll . . . plnns
. . . plauns to luauve zu nuilitaury enreer. to lueeou-ue au nnrse.
.IOIIN l. GEDMARK . . . College Prep . . . nuenu- BERNADETTE M. GIBBONS . . . General . . .
luer ot' tlue Aeauclenuy of Science two yi-airs nncl zu Bernie was au nuenuluer of girls' eluouns . . . taultes
logic-nl stnclent of elueuuuistry . . . spentls luis spnre il fzuney to slaauting, lunsketlunll, Euuglislu. :uucl tlue
tiuuue u'c-zutliuug, collecting nuaups, or swinunuing . . . llit Pzlrnlle . . . is vc-xi-cl luy snoluluislu people . . .
is irritntetl luy slow people. plans to lue iu telepluone operator.
IIELEN L. GILL . . . Business Education . . .
Helen enjoys euting French fries . . . moons over
liock Hudson . . . wutches the Hit Parade faith-
fully . . . pluns to work for the Bell Telephone
Company . . . is unnoyed by people who ure lute.
PATRICIA A. GINTER . . . Business Education
. . . was u xneinher of the Mountain Echo staff
her sophomore year . . . also u niemher of the
Senate und FBLA her senior yeur . . . after grad-
uution she plans to heeonie u secretary.
PATRICIA A. GLASGOW . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Put's hohhy is collecting pictures of dogs
and hahies . . . takes pleasure in dancing und
ice skating . . . her fuvorite lnovie star is Tuh
Hunter or june Allyson . . . plans to lmeconie u
SHIRLEY H. GLASGOW . . . Gem' C-Bilrdell
. . . Shirley came to AHS from Bellwood-Antis
during her senior yeur . . . suys she likes the
sehool and the students . . . is often heurd suying
"Aw, eolue on" . . . likes jeff Chundler tremend-
LEO E. GLINSKIE . . . Vocational . . . Leo was
one of our football players . . . delights in welding,
niodel airplanes, husehull, und hunting . . .
Doris Duy is the girl . . . naturally prefers Fruneh
fries . . . watches Juck Wehh on Dragnet.
-IOSEPHINE T. GOOD . . . General . . . joseph-
ine is un ardent admirer of john Derek . . . classes
I Married joun, spughetti, French fries, crufts and
sled riding as the ultimate . . . is often heard
saying. Oh, yeuhr' . . . detests conceited people.
CAROLYN M. GOODFELLOW . . . College
Prep . . . plucked on the string buss for two yeurs
in orchestra . . . sung in u Cappella two years
. . . accompanist for th
Ushers' Cluh senior yeur
Seienee ull three
e scnior sextet . . . in
in the Aeudeniy of
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AIAMES VV. CORMAN . . . College Prep . . . jim
pluyocl trumpet in bzmcl :mtl orohostra all throo
vours . . . in instrumontul music groups . . .
in Aoaulonn' of Suionoo amcl Colh-go Club . . .
tnkos am ixitorost in umutour raulio . . . plans to
MARY LU COSNELL . . . General . . , wus on
tho lnnguugo clopurtmont pluy stall' for two yours
. . . wus il membor of Y-Toon . . . tukos plousuro
in oolloc-ting miniuturo horsos . . . workocl in boys,
aittonclzmoo ollioo two yours.
NIARCARET L. CUTTSHALI .... Business Ell-
ueation . . . Foggy was trousuror of FBLA hor
sonior your . . . on Ilorsoshoo stuff hor sonior your
. . . rolishos Fronoh frios . . . can bo lionrd saying
"lf you'ro lllCliYN . . . hopos to bo ll soorotm'y.
RONALD L. COTTSIIALI ,... Business Educa-
tion . . . "Dizzy" pluyocl varsity football . . .
wus homo room roprosontutivo two yours . . .
homo room prosiclont his sonior your . . . in Var-
sity A Club . . . pluyorl in intrmnurul sports . . ,
is mzulo happy by football amcl Pooplo Aro Funny.
SONYA K. CRABILI ,... College Prep . .
was zz mombor of tho Sonuto hor sonior your . . .
on oxooutivo oommittoo hor sophomore your . . .
c-lass soo1'otury ons- your , . . homo room ropro-
sontutivo two yours , . . was in Ushors, Club hor
-IOYCE Y. CRAIIAM . . . Business Education . . .
ooulcl bo founcl on Compass Stuff junior your . . ,
homo room trousuror sophomoro your . . . Hnmls
Kraft 'l'llL'1ltl'l', Rook llutlson. zmul roauling won-
clorful ontortuimnont . . . plans to uttoncl tho Al-
toonu School of Conunoroo.
T. MAXINE CRAY . . . Business Education . . .
Muxiuo is pzlrtiul to Sliiltlllll :mtl TV . . . wzltellos
I Lovo Luoy for
roucling BL-tty ClilVillll12lvS hooks
4-hops . . . hopos
to ho ll tray
oun bo found
. rolishos pork
TALENT SHOW -
"You Leave Me
Messages ring out still: "Peace on Earth, to Men, Good Will."
CHRISTMAS VACATION - DECEMBER 23, 1954 - JANUARY 3 1955
HARRY L. GREBE . . . College Prep . . , played
intramural basketball . . . goes all out for hunting
and fishing . . . lists history as tops . . . is pleased
by jerry Lewis's antics . . . people without a
sense of humor leave him absolutely cold.
NIOAN G. GREEN . . . Business Education . . .
joan canit get enough skating . . . is pleased
with Rock Hudson in movies and Arthur Godfrey
on TV . . . can be heard saying "Oh Heavensi'
. . . spaghetti heads her list of favorite foods.
KATHERINE L. GREEN . . . Business Education
. . . Kay was in Ushers' Club her senior year . . .
was on Compass Staff two years . . . on executive
committee her senior year . . . when not talking
she likes to listen to records.
JEAN M. GRIFFITH . . . General . . . was home
room president her senior year . . . worked in
girls' attendance office three years . . . relishes
salmon cakes . . . enjoys hooks by Dickens and
watching Lux Theater . . . plans to attend col-
DOROTHY A. GROVE . . . College Prep . . .
Betsy was a member of the Future Teachers of
America . . . played school organ . . . was in
College Club . . . thinks john Wayne, math.
and spaghetti are tops . . . plans to be a teacher.
PEGGY A. GROVE . . . Business Education . . .
Peggy spends her time listening to records and
watching Studio One . . . can be heard saying
"Chip! Chipli' . . . lists baseball, eheeseburgers,
and Rock Hudson as tops . . . hopes to be a
ELIZABETH A. GUTSHALL . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . Bobbie sang alto in the a Cappella
three years . . . was home room president her
sophomore year . . . was a member of Y-Teen
three years . . . enjoys books by Erskine Caldwell
and watching Dragnet.
SYLVIA A. GUYER . . . College Prep . . . Sil
was a member of Y-Teen three years . . . sang
soprano in a Cappella . . . was Girls' League
representative her junior year . . . was a member
of College Club . . . a future science teacher.
BARBARA E. HAFFLY . . . Business Education
. . . French fries and steak head her list of fa-
vorite foods . . . is made happy by I Love Lucy.
Rock Hudson, and dancing . . . is pained by cou-
ceited people . . . a future stenographer.
FRANCIS J. HAINLEY . . . College Prep . . .
played varsity football two years . . . was in a
Cappella three years . . . secretary of senior
class . . . member of senior octet his senior year
. . . was a member of the Varsity A Club two years.
SAMUEL B. HAINSEY . . . General . . . Sam
enjoys books by Mickey Spillane . . . pizza pie
and raviolis are tops with him . . . says he is
interested in playing football . . . can be heard
saying "Tears,' . . . finds pleasure in cooking.
believe it or not.
CAROL A. HALTON . . . General . . . Carol de-
lights in reading Edgar Allan Poe's books . . .
idolizes Audrey Hepburn . . . often says "Gee"
. . . enjoys watching wrestling and "I Love Lucy"
on TV . . . relishes pie . . . lists health as top
JOHN M. HAMMOND . . . Vocational . . . john
is partial to hamburgers . . . can be heard saying
"Think so?', . . . thinks much of model airplanes
and cars . . . lists math as favorite . . . reads
jack London for enjoyment . . . a future cabinet
EDVVARD A. HANCOCK . . . Vocational . . .
French fries and steak head this boy's favorite
menu . . . goes in for football . . . thinks Mr.
Peepers is superb . . . hopes to learn the plumbing
trade before entering the Service.
Shake, rattle, and rolls outdicl oop-shoops at Senate shindig.
SENATE DANCE AFTER BASKETBALL GAME -JANUARY 15, 1955
FRED R. IIAND . . . Vocational . . . a member of
the stage crew his senior year . . . enjoys eating
French fries . . . spends his free time reading
books by Zane Grey . . . plans to become an
engineer in the future.
BONNIE LEE HANN . . . Cneral . . . Bonnie
warbled in Mr. Bohn's chorus -her junior year
. . . is partial to skating . . . is often heard saying
"ls that right?" . . . would like to work for Bell
'l'elephonc next year.
ROBERT C. IIANNA . . . Business Education . . .
Bob highly regards chemistry . . . is disgusted
by knee socks . . . treats himself to fried chicken
when he wants the best . . . likes to see Donald
O'Connor in action.
CLYDE E. HARN . . . Vocational . . . movies
with Rock Hudson and the works of Rudyard
Kipling rate high with this future electronics en-
gineer . . . enjoys skating of either kind . . . is
heard saving "You better bclicven too often.
DIANE HARRIS . . . Business Education . . .
Horseshoe and Mountain Echo staffs kent Diane
busy . . . she worked in the boys' attendance of-
fice one year . . . enjoys swimming . . . relishes
steak and French fries . . . spends free time lis-
tening to music.
CHARLES L. HARSHBERCER . . . General . . .
Charles donated his talents to the baseball team
his sophomore year . . . belonged to Car-Teen
Club one year . . . is very partial to chicken
. . . plans to become a minister.
JOHN E. HATCH . . . Vocational . . . jack is
easily made happy by the antics of Martin and
Lewis . . . takes an interest in :lane geometry
. . . enjoys swimming . . . would like to go to
NANCY I. IIAUCK . . . Business Education . . .
Nancy frequentl says "How about that?" . . .
detests conccitecl, people . . . thinks Victor Ma-
ture is the man in her dreams . . . enjoys ballet
dancing . . . plans to set up a dancing school
MARY 1. HEISS . . . Business Education . . .
Mary likes to treat herself to steak . . . enjoys
watching football games . . . spends her spare
time near the television set but doesn't say with
whom . . . wants to be a bookkeeper.
ETHEL L. HENDERSON . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Eth was secretary of her English class
two years . . . a member of the Ushers' Club . . .
is partial to that good pizza pie . . . really enjoys
PHYLLIS J. HENDERSON . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Phyllis adores Tony Curtis . . . gets most
of her vitamins from ice cream . . . enjoys watch-
ing football . . . thinks It's a Great Life is just
wonderful . . . plans to become a secretary.
MARCIA A. HENRY . . . George-Barden . . .
Marcy was a member of the Car-Teen Club . . .
takes her typing seriously . . . Marlon Brando
rates a terrific sigh . . . is annoyed by people
who think they know it all.
JOAN G. HEPNER . . . George-Barden . . . joan-
ie warbled in Mr. Bohn's chorus and a Cap-
pella and gave her able support to the Pyramid
Club . . . she enjoys chili con came . . . reads
books by Dickens . . . watches Comedy Theater.
DAVID L. HESS . . . Vocational . . . Dave takes
a great interest in automobiles . . . idolizcs Hum-
phrey Bogart . . . is irritated by knee socks . . .
takes an interest in hunting . . . thinks steak and
French fries are fit for a king.
' IUNIOR PICNIC
"Cross Over the
BARBARA ANN HEVERLY . . . General . . .
Barb was president of her sophomore English
class . . . goes for Alan Ladd in a big way . . .
has a fancy for P.O.D .... likes attractions that
an air line hosesss eareer offers.
NANCY M. HEWITT . . . George-Bartlen . . .
Nancy is expert at the art of making good things
to eat . . . really enjoys English elass . . . often
heard saying i'My heavensu . . . was a member
of Ushers' Club her senior year.
MARTHA E. HICKEY . . . College Prep . . , il
Cappella and senior sextel made good use of
Nlertis fine soprano voice . . . a member of Ushers,
Club . . , was home room representative . . .
Girls, League representative duties eonsumecl the
rest of her time.
DAVID P. HIESTER . . . General . . . Luke had
the lead in the language department play in his
junior year . . . English class president and a
member of the track team two years . . . has a
liking for steak and French fries.
E. JOANN HILEMAN . . . Business Education
. . . jo played violin in the orchestra for three
years . . . home room representative sophomore
year . . . is more than mildly interested in Mont-
gomery Clifl' . . . finds music an interesting hobby.
REBEKAH I. HILL . . . College Prep . . . Becky
will he remembered as Miss Brooks in the lan-
guage department play . . . she warbled in a
Cappella . . . was a home room representative
and a member of the Ushers' Club.
MARY ANN HILTON . . . George-Barclen . . ,
this future nurse finds books by Lloyd Douglas
interesting . . . spends her time watching tele-
vision . . . detests people who show oil . . .
wishes Tony Curtis was a student in high school
I land llann llanna
Ilarn llarris I larshherger
H at eh llauek I leiss
Henderson, E. Henderson, P. llenry
Hepner lless lleverly
Hewitt llickey I liester
llileman llill llilton
DAVID A. lll'l'E . . . College Prep . . . Davt- was
1 truor iu 1 Clppt-ll'1 tlnrom- yt-ars . . . a IllCllllX'I'
ol' tht- Collvgt- Club , . . highly regards tlu- fit-ld
ol' st-in-lu-v , , . indulge-s in lobstvr . . , 4-uioys
hunting and fishing.
2 ' I
ICOBICIYI' F. IIMEI ,... General . . . Bob worked
iu tht- boys' att:-iulaucv ollicc- . . . playa-d in tht-
baud . . . a uu-lube-r of tht- Car-'l'vvu Club. Hob
talws a sc-it-utilic iutt-rc-st in safe driving
would like to work iu an automobile factory.
.IULIIC A. IIOAR . . . College Prep , . . was a
soprano in a Cappc-lla tluw-v yt-ars . . . nu-mbm-1'
ol' tht' Uslu-rs' Club and Collt-go Club . . . also
lu l'uturv Ivan-lu-rs of America . . . Cirls, 1.4-111.5111-
l't'DI't'Ht'IltilllVt' dutu-s uousuuu-d ,lulu-s tum tt
lil.lZABETll ANN HOFFMAN . . . Business Ecl-
ucation . . . Liz was a lIl0llllX'l' of tht- Ushers'
Club and l"Bl.A . . . sang in a Cappella
pri-sidt-ut ol' lll'I' houu- room . . , talws a fancy
to booklu-4-ping . . . plans ou attending business
DANIEL W. IIOCANS . . . Vocational . . . llob-
:-rt Nloutgouu-ry Prcfsvuts has a great attraction
lor this futurt- paratroopm-r . . . is partial to fried
' 'oys xuath, lu' says . . . takes dt-vp
iutc-rt-st in books by .lark l.oudou.
1-luc'lu'u . . . 4-nj
BISRNAIXD VI. HOLLAND . . . Vocational . . .
lla-ruiv has a fancy for Xliclcc-y Spillant-'s books
. . . trt-ats llllllSt'll: to pizza pic- at t-very cliancc'
. . . 1-ujoys football . . , often hvard saying "How
ya doiu'?" . . . Ht-ruiv is a future auto ina-chanic.
C. IIOBERT HOLLIDAY . . . General . . , Vinci'
playa-d haslwtball ont- ya-ar . . . president of his
iuuior liuglish class . . . loathe-s girls who peroxide'
thc-ir hair . . . thinks it would bv nice to travvl
around tht- world.
IUNIOR PICNIC -
"A Guy Is a Guy"
The penalty of neglect or the reward of labor?
DONNA M. HOOVER . . . Business Education
. . . spaghetti and pizza pie top this girl's menu
. . . Donna Mae was home room secretary one
year . . . idolizes john Derek . . . detests snob-
bish people . . . a future telephone operator.
PATRICIA E. HOPFEL . . . Business Education
. . . Pat delights in watching TV . . . is partial to
pizza pie . . . always thoroughly enjoyed her gym
classes . . . loathes conceited people . . . plans
on becoming an air line hostess.
BRUCE R. HOSTLER . . . Business Education
. . . co-captain of our championship cross country
team . . . member of the track squad . . . member
of Varsity "Av Club . . . the outdoor type -hunts
and fishes . . . plans to attend college.
BRUCE W. HOSTLER . . . General . . . Bruce
prefers steak above all else . . . is heard saying
"Yeah . . . a Gary Cooper man . . . always out
hunting in season . . . takes an interest in gym
. . . enjoys watching the Hit Parade.
CAROL M. HOSTLER . . . General . . . Collie
was a member of the Fellowship Club . . . home
room treasurer . . . likes bookkeeping best . . .
enjoys reading books by Grace Livingston Hill
. . . is concentrating on the idea of becoming a sec-
ELEANOR R. HOSTLER . . . General . . . El
was a majorette two years . . . Warbled in the
chorus . . . was home room representative . . .
enjoys books by Helen WVells . . . treats herself
to pizza pie . . . detests people who are late.
SANDRA A. HOUTZ . . . Business Education . . .
Sandy was home room representative and a mem-
ber of the Car-Teen Club her senior year . . .
is appalled by conceited people . . . will not miss
any movie with Judy Garland in it.
REPORT CARDS MARKED - IANUARY 28, 1955
JOHN F. HOWARD . . . General . . . This future
auto mechanic lists cars as his hobby . . . was a
member of the Car-Teen club . . . enjoys spend-
ing his spare time working on cars . . . likes to
watch the Comedy Hour.
DONALD A. HOWVELL . . . Vocational . . .
Ducky delights in eating steak and French fries
. . . has an aversion to girls who wear knee socks
. . plans to see the world from on board a ship
. . comments "just checkingv very frequently.
DONNA A. HUDSON . . . General . . . Donna
was in the language department play her senior
year . . . personally prefers French fries . . .
goes to see movies with john Wayne . . . thinks
a career in the Air Force would be just grand.
PATRICK F. HURM . . . Vocational . . . Pat is
partial to spaghetti . . . is vexed by women drivers
. . . a confirmed Rock Hudson fan . . . spends
his spare time around cars and watching auto-
mobile races . . . never misses Life of Riley.
DONNA L. HUTCHISON . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Donna can't endure conceited people
. . , enjoys listening to records . . . is heard saying
"Welll Gee Wliizii . . . treats herself to spaghetti
. . . reads books by Faith Baldwin . . . calculates
shc'd like eomptometer school.
JOHN J. HYDER . . . College Prep . . . Johnnie
was captain of the AHS football team . . . hurd-
ler on the track squad . . . shortstop for the base-
ball team . . . member of the Varsity A Club
. . . wants to go to college.
EMILY S. IACOVETTI . . . General . . . Emmy
was a member of the Car-Teen Club . . . is par-
tial to Kraft Theater . . . is heard commenting
"Swelll' . . . spends her time dreaming but doesn't
say what about . . . wants to be a secretary.
The start of the clown grade after the long pull.
SECOND SEMESTER BEGINS - JANUARY 35, 1955
SHIRLEY L. IMLER . . . General . . . enjoys
dancing and swimming . . . swoons over Rock
Hudson . . . usually is heard littering "How about
that" . . . member of chorus in junior year . . .
plans to become a Bell Telephone operator upon
SIIIRLEY J. INLOW . . . Business Education
. . . a secretary's job would suit "Churly'i . . .
was a cheerleader for three years . . . spends spare
time in painting ceramics and reading good novels
. . . known by "Oh, gee" . . . abhors snobbish
H. MARGARET IRVIN . . . General . . . is satis-
fied with French fries . . . swimming is her sport
. . . rates junior year chemistry as favorite sub-
ject . . . wants to enter missionary field . . .
Peggy turns blue around stuck-up people.
LARRY W. IRVIN . . . General . . . lnmting,
fishing, baseball, and basketball are tops with
Whitey . . . slow, aged drivers that are all over
the road raise his dander . . . would like to enter
SYLVIA D. IRWIN . . . College Prep . . . claims
English as her favorite subject . . . to enter col-
lege is her distant goal . . . is sent straight to
heaven by Gene Nelson and the literary accomp-
lishments of Jalnes Street.
LILLIAN E. JAMES . . . George-Barden . . . the
military services interest Lillian . . . treats herself
to chicken . . . just reads and reads . . . Latin
and math rank highest . . . Roy Calhoun can do
no wrong . , . baseball and skating take up her
R. ARLENE JOHANSEN . . . General . . . has
a seeretary's position on her mind . . . places
the works of Pearl S. Buck as the front runner
on the book parade . . . is an Elgin Hour fan
. . . gives conceited people the back of her hand.
IIERBERT L. JOHNSON . . . College Prep . . .
was seen in ,54 language department play "Our
Miss Brooks" . . . scholastically is inclined towards
Spanish . . . holds out of door preference to
swimming and baseball . . . contemplates an
armed services career.
JOHN L. JOHNSON . . . General . . . is con-
stantly muttering "What did you say?" . . . mem-
ber of the College, Future Teachers of America,
and Safe Driving Clubs . . . ranks football high
on sports parade . . . is peeved by girls in gen-
DONALD R. JOHNSTON . . . Vocational . . .
Don specializes in shops and ranks radio as his
favorite aspect of the trade . . . baseball and skat-
ing fill the bill in spare time . . . dream foods
are hamburgers and French fries . . . is a reader
of Zane Grey.
HARRY J. JOHNSTON . . . College Prep . . .
final year's activities included basketball, base-
ball, presidency of Boy's Federation, member of
Stulcnt Senate, and Varsity A Club . . . in-
dulges in steak . . . prefers mathematics . . .
future objective is college.
PATRICIA A. JOHNSTON . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . participated in a Cappella and Ushers'
Club in last two years . . . would settle for a
secretary's hours . . . follows the trend in shud-
dering at snobbish people . . . would die happy
ROBERT C. JUBELIRER . . . College Prep . . .
hopes to specialize in the field of law . . . takes
pleasure in the writings of Winston Churchill
. . . senior year activities included the language
department play, a Cappella, and a senior class
THEONA M. KAERCHER . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . is college-bound after graduation . . .
part of the majority being partial to pizza pie
. . . relishes Dragnet and skating . . . aboininates
girls who overrate themselves . . . Tony idolizes
the Park One D ly
CHARLES S. KAMINSKY . . . College Prep . . .
regards sports and Spanish highly . . . has a lik-
ing for Charles Dickens, pen . . . member of a
Cappella first two years . . . loathes lazy people
. . . desires to attend college . . . Chuck fancies
steak and French fries.
ALAN I. KARP . . . College Prep . . . reveres
Marlon Brando and the Medic . . . Al aspires to
become a merchant . . . enjoys history and eating
fried chicken . . . is appalled by late people
. . . praises the writing of Howard Pease.
BARRY KAUFMAN . . . Business Education . . .
"Oogie,' played first string football for three
years . . . appreciates the talents of Marilyn Mon-
roe and Ernest Hemingway . . . selects steak as
his choice dish . . . often gives out in conver-
sation with "The greatest."
HARRY KAUFMAN . . . College Prep . . . Quill
and Scroll, a Cappella, and sports' editor of the
Mountain Echo were senior year activities . . .
American Legion oratory contest two years
. . . business and law for him . . . prefers steak
and French fries.
RONALD L. KAUFMAN . . . College Prep . . .
Ron played trombone in the band for three years
. . . a member of the College Club as a senior
. . . takes an interest in forestry, science, and
hunting . . . goes overboard for pizza pie.
GERALD L. KEHOE . . . College Prep . . . an
"Okay, Dadv utterer, jerry was in the College
Club during his last year . . . relishes football
along with steak and French fries . . . cannot
endure slow people . . . cherishes Frank Yerby's
JUDITH A. KELCHNER . . . Ceneral . . . judy
was Girls, League secretary, a member of Ushers'
and Car-Teen Clubs in senior year . . . on execu-
tive committee and a home rooiu representative
hopes to become a teacher after
TH E 19 5 5
MICHTON R. KELLER . . . C0llegc Prep . . .
Nlert ran eross country ancl tlie lialf-mile in track
all tlrree years . . . active in home room liasketliall
. . . lllt'llllJl'l' of Varsity A anal College Clulis . . .
lists Disneylancl, track, anal trig as favorites . . .
I. ANTHONY KELLEY . . . Vocational . . . cle-
sircs to join Armed Forces after graduation . . .
was liome room representative last year . . .
playecl in tlle intramural cage sport tluring junior
year . . . cletests people wlio lmeat arouncl tlic
lmusli . . . favors ravioles.
MARIANNE KELLY . . . Business Education
. . . enjoys viewing 'l'V, especially tlie Ecl Sul-
livan Show antl llit Paracle . . . sang alto in a
Cappella . . . plans inelutle future seeretary's posi-
tion . . . mcmlier of Car-'l'eens senior year . .
just loves French fries.
TERESA M. KELLY . . . General . . . Terry pre-
siclecl over Englisli ancl safe clriving classes lier
seeoncl year . . . sang alto in Mr. liolnfs eliorus
. . . eolleets reeoritls as a llolvlw . . . woulcl lilie to
lie an airline liostess,
GEORGE L. KENSINGER . . . College Prep . .
was clarinet player in lmancl anal orcliestra . . .
stuclent eonrluetor of oreliestra senior year . . .
favorite pastime is experimenting in liome lali
. . . secretary of Aeaclemy of Seienee . , . gives
nocl to writings of ll. G. NV:-lls.
PATRICIA A. KEPNER . . . George-Burden . . .
Pat was erlitor of tlie Compass anml a Senate
memlmer senior year . . . lists Latin as favorite
sulxjeet . . . usecl vocal talents in chorus soplio-
more ancl junior years . . . memlxer of tlie College
MARY G. KERR . . . College Prep . . . Gracie
servecl as a lront page eclitor of tlle Mountain
Eello . . . an Ushers' ancl College Clulm memlier
. . . presiclent of lier soplromo
lisli e asses . . . passes time liy
re antl junior Eng
Keller Kelley Kelly, Nl. A.
Kelly, 'l'. Kensinger Kepner
Kerr King Kingston
Kleiner Klevan Kliug, S.
Kling, 'l'. Knee Knouse
Koell Koeek Koelle
Kreps Krolme Kull
Children have such difficulty bringing up their parents!
PARENT-TEACHERS CONFERENCE - FEBRUARY 3, 1955
NANCY J. KING . . . George-Barden . . . op-
posed to catty people . . . enjoys watching Stew-
art Granger on the screen . . . likes Rudyard Kip-
ling . . . was secretary in junior home room . . .
prefers spaghetti, swimming, and crafts . . . hopes
to become a beautician.
ANNIS E. KINGSTON . . . General . . . sang in
Miss Eberle's chorus junior year . . . maintains
painting as a hobby . . . grieved by people who
are late . . . chicken and French fries rate . . .
likes to read what Helen Wells writes.
BERNADETTE B. KLEINER . . . George-Bar-
den . . . Ben desires to enter nurses' training . .
president of junior and senior home room . . .
repeats "How about thativ' . . . perfers swim-
ming, pizza, and Burt Lancaster . . . can't put
up with conceited people.
MARY J. KLEVAN . . . General . . . Squeege was
prexy of junior English class . . . in a Cappella
during first two years . . . likes Dragnet, baseball,
and steak . . . was in language department play
cast twice . . . English is her preference.
SHIRLEY M. KLING . . . General . . . active in
chorus, WVhirl would like to become a vocalist
. . . her favorite TV program is Dotty Mack . . .
puts Frank Sinatra and lemon pie first in her
estimation . . . singing is her hobby.
TIMOTHY P. KLING . . . Vocational . . . Tim
favors math and Marlon Brando . . . his aim is to
join the Air Force . . . prefers to spend his time
indulging in basketball . . . is keen about ham
BEVERLY J. KNEE . . . Bev marched as a ma-
jorette for three years . . . participated in Car-
Teen Club . . , disgusted by people who laugh all
the time . . . presi ent of sophomore, senior home
rooms . . . thinks cheeseburgers, Robert Taylor
KATHRYN E. KNOUSE . . . Business Education
. . . Katie selects James Mason as favorite movie
star . . . crazy over spaghetti . . . cannot endure
late-comers . . . pet expression is "swell" . . .
first choice is Louisa May Alcott . . . wants to
have a career as a secretary.
IUSTIN R. KOCH . . . Vocational . . . has an
aversion for girls who smoke . . . played back
on the varsity eleven . . . represented his home
room sophomore year, also was president . . .
fancies Dragnet, Alan Ladd, friec chicken, and
IOHN I. KOECK . . . Vocational . , . johnis am-
bition is to be a test pilot . . . goes for pizza pie
in a big way . . . prefers to see Marilyn Monroe
on thc screen . . . his guitar is his hobby.
ROGER G. KOELLE . . . General . . . "Way to
gon is a common saying of Rog . . . is partial to
bookkeeping, steak, and basketball . . . detests
people who think they are wise . . . delights in
skating and watching Dragnet.
GLORIA M. KREPS . . . Business Education . . .
loathes people who are always late . . . consist-
ently exclaims "You had better believe it" . . .
relishes pizza pie . . . appreciates Rock Hudson,
Mickey Spillane, and the Medic . . . gets much
enjoyment from baseball and math.
MABEL R. KROHNE . . . George-Barden . . .
Pinky delights in books by jack O'Brien, chili
con carne, and Stewart Granger . . . wants to
become a nurse . . . obtains pleasure from horse-
back riding and swimming . . . favors chemistry
as her best subject.
WILLIAM G. KULL . . . Vocational . . . Bill
likes to spend spare time driving and listening
to music . . . abhors show-offs . . . would like to
join the Navy after graduation . . . is pleased
with swimming, math, and pizza pie.
USHER GROUP -
"I'll Take You Home
Havin' a Good "i e'
Two hearts in three-quarter time--also in boogie-woogie.
JOYCE A. KUSIINER . . . General . . . repre-
sentative to Girls' League ber junior year . , .
home room president her sophomore and senior
years . . . active in Car-Teen Club . . . an ad-
mirer of Ernest Hemingway . . . enjoys most
sports, especially swimming and tennis.
RICHARD J. KUTRUFF . . . Vocational . . .
Dick works on cars for a bobby . . . much of
his other time is spent skating or bowling . . .
caters to American history and james Fenimore
Cooper . . . plans to join the Air Force.
CHARLES A. KYPER . . . College Prep . . .
Nlike was ou the cross countrv team his sopho-
more year . . . nominates trig as his favorite sub-
ject . . . plays piano and reads books by jules
Verne . . . staunch football fan . . . plans to
DOLORES M. LACANELLA . . . General . . .
Dee was a member of chorus last two years . . .
in senior year was home room representative to
Girls' League and a member of Car-Teen Club
. . . an ardent baseball fan.
LETA M. LAICII . . . Business Education . . .
home room secretary sophomore year and also
worked in the cafeteria . . . prefers Fernando
Lamas and good Italian spaghetti . . . partial to
shorthand . . . hopes her skill will secure a gov-
NANCY R. LAMANCUSA . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . a member of FBLA junior and senior
years . . . a proof reader on the Compass junior
year . . . selects shorthand as her favorite sub-
ject . . . delights in books by 'l'bomas Costain
, . . leans toward secretarial work.
KAY LANE . . . Business Education . . . an alto
in a Capjlmella two years . . . a member of the
senior ant junior octet . . . likes Marlon Brando,
Carl Sandburg, and Ceorge Cobel . . . pet ieeve,
peroxide blondes . . . future secretary.
VALENTINE DANCE - FEBRUARY 11, 1955
AIANET F. LARSON . . . Business Education . . .
participated in intramurals her sophomore year
. . . was home room secretary her sophomore and
junior years . . . a dancing and swimming entlm-
siast . . . preparing to be a stenographer after
graduating from school.
MINERVA B. LASHER . . . Business Education
. . . Clmb played the violin in orchestra her
sophomore year . . . fills up her spare time
swimming, tap dancing, and collecting records
. . . a john Derek fan . . . likes English and
Mickey Spillane's books.
DOLORES A. LASTORT . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Dee was a home room secretary and a
member of Ushers, Club junior and senior years
. . . enjoys lXlaureen Daly and Tony Curtis . . .
cannot tolerate tardiness . . . wishes to engage
in ofl'iee work.
MARLENE C. LAUCIILIN . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . a member of chorus in junior year . . .
enjoys playing the piano and swimming . . .
has a liking for bookkeeping . . . hopes to be
employed as an office worker . . . watches Lux
BONNIE I.. LAWRENCE . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . a member of Car-Teen Club her senior
year . . . dances away her spare time . . . an
avid spaghetti eater . . . selects English as her
major scholastic interest . . . takes pleasure in
Dragnet and baseball games.
IAMES C. LAWRENCE . . . General . . . played
the trombone in orchestra and band all three
years . . . considers music as his hobby and
also his favorite school subject . . . in the en-
tertainment line he eaters to Dragnet and bas-
ketball . . . has a yen to travel.
DONALD BI. LAWBUK . . . Vocational . . . in-
terested in mechanical drawing . . . prizes antics
of jerry Lewis . . . has a hobby of hot-rod and
custom cars . . . is partial to football and Drag-
net . . . is often vexed by big wheels . . . plans
to be a Marine when he finishes school.
VENTION - "NVQ-'re
VVILLIAM H. LAWSON . . . Vocational
Bill likes to drive and either watch or take part
in sports . . . often greets people with "Hi, Acelv
. . . delights in the woeful tales by Edgar Allan
Poe . . . relishes steak with French fries . . .
is looking forward to a career in the Navy.
RONALD V. LEADER . . . Vocational . . . Rob-
bin played football his first two years . . . played
center on his home room basketball team two
years, captain second year . . . tinkers with
model planes for a hobby . . . future plans in-
DONALD I. LEE . . . Vocational . . . a basket-
ball and bowling enthusiast . . . a john VVayne
fan . . . his most typical expression is "Hey,
therein . . . another spaghetti eater . . . watches
Sec It Now on TV and wants to become a brick-
,IEAN E. LEFKOW . . . College Prep . . . active
in TAP and Ushers, Club two years . . . member
of a Cappella junior year . . . in language depart-
ment play, Future Teachers of America, and
College Club senior year . . . favors French, John
Steinbeck, and swimming.
RICHARD C. LEHMAN . . . Vocational
played football his sophomore year . . . gets his
proteins from deer steak . . . enjoys science
classes . . . loves hunting and fishing . . . admirer
ot Zane Grey and Marilyn Monroe . . . tuture
IUDITH L. LEIX . . . College Prep . .
alto in chorus all three vears . . . exchange edi-
tor for the Mountain Echo sophomore and junior
years . . . belonged to the College Club senior
year . . . enjoys music and math . . . a prospective
ROBERT O. LEONARD . . . Vocational
jake played baseball his sophomore and junior
years . . . is exasperated by women drivers
an admirer of john Wayne and Mickey Spillane
. . . listens to music in his spare time . . . wants
to play professional baseball.
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SHIRLEY 1. LEPORE . . . General . . . was a
representative to Girls' League in senior year
. . . served as vice-president of her sophomore
English elass . . . takes a fancy to hit reeor-ds,
ltoek Hudson, and spaghetti . . . is annoyed by
LODEMA J. LEWIS . . . General . . . Mickey
was in Car-Teen Club her senior year . . . highly
regarded dramatics sophomore and junior years
. . . singing, dancing, swimming, and pizza pie
rate tops . . . often heard repeating "Chip-chip"
to her friends . . . a future secretary.
BRUCE A LINGENFELTER . . . College Prep
. . . Skip was vice-president of his senior English
elass and member of the College Club . . . takes
special interest in fishing, baseball, and girls
. . . shudders at the thought of home work . . .
dentistry is his future work.
M. SONDRA LITZINGER . . . George-Barden
. . . Sandy takes an interest in bactcriology . . .
often heard saying "You had better believe it"
. . . Dragnet, pizza pic, and jack Palanee take
prizes on her list . . . nursing is choice for her
CLAIR J. LOCKARD . . . General . . . takes a
liking to intramural basketball, coin collecting,
and hunting . . . wild turkey and Bing Crosby
top his list . . . takes an interest in TV fights
. , . plans to go into the Air Force after gradu-
MARLENE ll. LOCKARD . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . treats herself to watching I Married
.Ioan . . . delights in chicken . . . cares for base-
ball . . . annoyed by girls who smoke . . . enjoys
English . . . likes watching TV in her spare time
. . . wants to be an operator of business machines.
R. BLAINE LOCKE . . . Business Education . . .
thinks baseball is a great sport . . . likes book-
keeping . . . enjoys dancing for relaxation in his
spare time . . . jane ltussell is top movie star
. . . enjoys watching I Married joan . . . would
like to be an auditor.
Lepore Lewis Lingenfelter
Litzinger Lockard, C. Lockard, M.
Locke Long, D. Long, F.
Loomis Love Lozinak
Lucci Lydic Lyons
Lytle NlcAdoo McCall
McClarren McCloskey McConnell
IUNIOR PICNIC -
"Iive Been NVorking
on the Railroad"
Teachers can be entertaining at times.
D. DARLENE LONG . . . Business Education
. . . lists bookkeeping as favorite subject . . . is
disgusted by conceited people . . . finds I Love
Lucy and Rock Hudson fascinating . . . goes
around saying "Get lostn . . . delights in reading
books by Louisa May Alcott.
FRED A. LONG . . . General . . . favorite sport
is baseball . . . belonged to Hi-Y Club for three
years . . . claims jealous people as pet peeve
. . . has a liking for Alan Ladd and English . . .
often expresses "I donit want to hear itf,
MARGARET A. LOOMIS . . . George-Barden
. . . is often heard saying "Dig thati' . . . is an-
noyed by people who keep her waiting . . . en-
joys Hit Parade and skating . . . likes watching
john VVayne on the screen . . . would like to
start a nursing career.
DONNA L. LOVE . . . George-Barden . . . Doll
took part in College Club and Safety Patrol . . .
sang in chorus her junior year . . . peeved by
egotistical people . . . hospital bound for nursing
. . . skating, chicken. and dmnplings are tops
ROBERT F. LOZINAK . . . College Prep . . .
Bob played in band all three years . . . favors
Latin as best subject . . . TV and baseball are
cherished most . . . turkey tops his menu . . .
spent two summers playing in the American Le-
gion Baseball Program in Anchorage, Alaska.
DEANNA E. LUCCI . . . George-Barden . . . rates
Lux Video Theater best on the TV screen . . .
took part in the College Club senior year . . .
Mickey Spillane is her favorite author . . . Eng-
lish, dancing, and pizza pie are her favorites . . .
JACK E. LYDIC . . . College Prep . . . enjoyed
being a member of Academy of Science his senior
year . . . ran track junior year . . . often heard
repeating "Mirabile Dictui' . . . lists trigonometry,
chili con earne, and hunting as tops . . . college
FACULTY TALENT SHOW - FEBRUARY 16, 1955
MARYANN LYONS . . . Business Education . . .
was state officer for FBLA two years . . . reporter
for Mountain Echo, typist for the Compass . . .
dt-tests slowpokes . . . active in Pyramid Club
sophomore year . . . "Don't you say" is her pet
NANCY L. LYTLE . . . Business Education . . .
was a proof-reader for the Mountain Echo her
sophomore and junior years . . . Safety Patrol
all three years . . . pet expression is "Dear Gussyn
. . . passes her time in playing piano and skating.
MARY E. McADOO . . . College Prep . . a mem-
ber of the Horseshoe staff and the College Club
her senior year . . . played bassoou in orchestra
and concert band two years . . . veep of junior
English class . . . forward on sophomore intra-
mural basketball team.
NORMAN T. MCCALL . . . General . . . Malcom
played center in basketball three years and was
baseball pitcher two years . . . member of Var-
sity A Club senior year , . . plans to work at
Bell Telephone after graduation . . . favors steak
and potatoes on menu.
DONNA J. McCLARREN . . . George-Barclen
. . . Doe prizes being a member of Car-Teen
Club senior year . . . active in Ushers' Club senior
year . . . bacteriology has been a help to this
future nurse . , . enjoys watching Lux Video The-
ater on TV.
MARILEE A. MIJCLOSKEY . . . College Prep
. . . was vice-president of senior English class
. . . repeats 'iliig deal" often . . . Robert Mont-
gomery, reading, fried chicken, and bacteriology
are tops with her . . . Lloyd Douglas is her fa-
vorite author . . . a nursing career looms ahead.
M. CORRINNE MCCONNELL . . . General . . .
Kay served as lieutenant on School Patrol her
junior and senior years . . . chorus, reading, and
baked beans are her favorites . . . would like to
join the Armed Services . . . says i'Prove ity'
The father of our Nation gave us two days vacation.
JACQUELINE McCORD . . . Business Education
. . . Jackie lists bookkeeping as favorite subject. . .
belonged to Pyramid Club junior year . . . worked
on Horseshoe Staff senior ear . . . member of
FBLA . . . pianist for local cllmce band . . . fancies
skating and dancing.
ROBERT C. MCCORMICK . . . College Prep . . .
takes much pleasure in art work . . . selects science
as favorite subject . . . plans to attend college
. . . enjoys watching the Late Show . . . delights in
saying "How about that" . . . loathes stuck up girls.
CAROLE S. McCUNE . . . General . . , sang in
chorus two years . . . home room representative . . .
proof reader on Mountain Echo sophomore year
. . . enjovs reading hooks by Margaret Mitchell . . .
would like to train to be a medical secretary.
NORMA E. McELROY . . . General . . . art editor
for the Mountain Echo . . . typist for Horseshoe
Staff . . . secretary of Fellowship Club . . . de-
lights in music and art . . . is often heard saying
"Dear Gussie" . . . hopes to enter Bible School.
C. NEAL McGARVEY . . . College Prep . . . sang
in a Cappella . . . member of Senate and TAP . . .
president of Academy of Science senior year . . .
ahhors people who are late . . . enjoys building
model railroads . . . plans to attend college.
SONIA L. MeGEE . . . College Prep . . . managing
editor of Mountain Echo . . . member of Ushers'
Club and College Club . . . president of English
class . . . claims bacteriology as favorite subject
. . . detests people who are late . . . often heard
WILLIAM J. MCGUNIGAL . . . Vocational . . .
participated in football and basketball sophomore
year . . . secretary of English class . . . squad lead-
er junior year . . . loves to stuff himself with turkey
. . . enjoys going hunting and playing football.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY - FEB. 21 - 22, 1955
J. THOMAS MeINTIRE . . . Vocational . . . Tom
would like to become a state policeman . . . enjoys
hunting and dancing . . . indulges in French fries
and salmon . . . loathcs stuck up girls . . . often
heard saying "You know it."
JAMES F. MCKINNEY . . . Vocational . . . secre-
tary of English class senior year . . . enjoys work-
ing in shops . . . watches Arthur Godfrey on tele-
vision . . . would like to be a machinist . . . detests
people making remarks about his size.
PATRICIA McKINSTRY . . . College Prep . . .
Patsy had leading role in language department play
junior year . . . took active part in College Club
and Future Teachers of America . . . enjoys play-
ing piano and acting . . . future elementary teacher.
RONALD G. MCLAUGHLIN . . . Vocational . . .
knee socks leave him cold . . . home room repre-
sentative sophomore year , . . can be heard saying
"Wt-ll! That's nice" . . . automobiles are this boy'.a
hobby . . . hopes to work in trucking industry after
EDWARD T. MCMILLAN . . . Vocational . . .
Sonny played football his sophomore year and
basketball his junior year . . . in intranmral basket-
ball two years . . . likes math . . . one of those
ham, green beans, and fried potatoes boys.
DONNA J. MCMINN . . . Business Education . . .
Mick was home room representative her junior year
. . . president of home room two years . . . belonged
to Fellowship Club . . . treats herself to French
fries and hamburgers . . . plans to be a sten-
JAMES R. MCMINN . . . College Prep . . . Mick
played in the band three years . . . is fascinated
by the antics of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis . . .
shudders at short haircuts on girls . . . plans to
enter the ministry.
"Make Yourself Com
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CARL E. MCMULLEN . . . Vocational . . . Mickey
watches TV for enjoyment . . . thinks Alan Ladd
in movies and Zane Greyis books are tops . . .
takes an interest in guns . . . hopes to be a state
policeman or a Marine.
CHARLES R. MACK . . . General . . . Mac spends
his spare time reaicling books by Zane Grey and
watching Dragnet . . . heard saying "How about
thatu . . . relishes spaghetti and pizza pie . . . his-
tory is high on his list of favorites.
JANET M. MACK . . . General . . . Shorty was in
chorus two years . . . dances and sews for pleasure
. . . enjoys I love Lucy and the Medic . . . favors
Audie Murphy . . . can be heard saying "You
know iti' . . . future seamstress.
RUTHANN MAGUIRE . . . George-Barclen . . .
sang soprano in Mr. Bohifs chorus junior year . . .
would like to enter nursing . . . claims baeteriologv
as favorite subject . . . often heard saying "that's
a nasty breaku . . . favorite pastime is skating.
DOROTHY B. MAIER . . . Business Education
. . . Mike would like to be a secretary . . . claims
shorthan-d as favorite subject . . . enjoys work-
ing on photo album . . . likes to make cakes in
spare time . . . indulges in chicken and mashed
ALFRED A. MAINELLO . . . General . . . Pinky
was member of IV football squad . . . would like
to go to college after spending time in the Army
. . . favorite pastime is playing football . . . makes
much of John Wayne.
DONNA L. MAINS . . . College Prep . . . was
Girl's League representative and on the staff of
Mountain Echo . . . sang in chorus two years . . .
idolizes Richard VVidniark . . . favorite pastime is
talking, naturally . . . enjoys football and pizza pie.
McCord McCormick Mc-Cune
Mc-Elrov Mt-Garvey McGee
McGunigal Mclntire McKinney
MeKinstry McLaughlin Mt-Millau
ML-Minn, D. Mchlinn, Mehlullen
Mack, C. Mack, I. Maguire
Maier Mainello Mains
TH E 195 5
IANICIC li. MANLEY . . . College Prep . . . Alaniee
euntrihutetl her vniee to a Cappella all three years
. . . treats herself to steak . . . is partial to English
. . . eujuvs watching I Married Joan . . . plans to
he an art teaeher.
Sllllll,l'lY A. MANSPEAKER . . . College Prep
. . . Shirley servecl as Girls, League representative
. . . a lueniher of the lfuture Teachers of Alneriea
and College Clulms . . . is more than pleased with
Marlun lirantlu . . . plans on going to eollege.
QIICAN M. MARCHI . . . Ceorge-Bartlen . . . to
heemne a nurse is the ehief aim of Touts, who
enjoys hunks hy Mark Twain . . . eherishes Alan
l,aclcl . . . is partial to English . . . often hearcl
saving "ls that so?"
CARI, li. MARKEL . . . General . , . a lllt'llllN'I'
ul' the lmaucl, Carl has anihitions to heernne a han-l
leacler . . . irlnlizes john Wayne . . . treats him-
self lu meat pie . . . has a liking for Dragnet . . .
lontl ul' furmtlrzlll.
l'll.Sll'l JEAN NIARKEL . . . Ceurge-Bartlen . . .
steak anti lfreueh fries for her . . . also nuwies with
Iluris Day . . . haeteriulogy rates high with Elsie
. . . she serverl as seeretary of her home rmnn . .
spencls her spare time roller skating.
DONNA L. MARKETTI . . . General . . . Buteh
sang in ehurus one year . . . thinks lloek lluclson
is all a girl eau ask for . . . treats herself to ehieken
. . . is annuyecl hy sliow-offs . . . has ambitions
to he a top flight seeretarv.
NIARCARET I. NDKRSDEN . . . College Prep . . .
Peggy wrote sehmnl aetivities eolumn for the Mirror
lwu years . . . literary etlitur of Mountain Echo
. . . Senate ineinlmer . . . inelnlmer of Junior Aeaclenu'
ul' Seienee and Quill and Serull . . . intramural
spnrts three vears
Manlev Manspeaker Mart-hi
Markel, C. Markel, li. Marketti
Marsclen Marshall Martin
Mates Matlaek Mayerniek
Meehan Mentxer Miller, A.
Miller, ll. Miller, jean Miller, janet
Outside, March winds, inside, brasses, strings, and wood-winds.
EDWARD P. MARSHALL . . . General . . . goes
in for books by Jack London . . . indulges in turkey
with trimmings . . . claims noisy girls give him a
big pain . . . wants to be world's champion door-
ALICE A. MARTIN . . . General . . . Marty was
Girls' League representative her senior year . . .
tickled the ivories for Miss Eberleis chorus . . .
enjoys music, especially good music and would
like to follow a career in music.
M. KAY MATES . . . Business Education . . . Kay
cfa'ms bookkeeping as her favorite subject . . .
indulges in spaghetti and pizza pie . . . is irritat-
ed by snobbish people . . . hopes the future holds
a business career for her.
K. ANN MATLACK . . . College Prep . . . Ann
warbled in a Cappella and the junior and senior
octets . . . was treasurer of Girls, League her
junior year . . . Senate member two years . . .
plans to be a home economics teacher.
MARY JANE MAYERNICK . . . General . . . Mez
was a member of the Car-Teen Club . . . relishes
French fries and steak . . . is pleased with Doris
Day . . . spends hours an-d hours in watching TV
. . . disgusted by late people.
THOMAS M. MEEHAN . . . General . . . Tom
played French horn in the band and orchestra
. . . soaks up books by Mickey Spillane , . . a
great booster for chicken . . . really interested in
music . . . plans to go to college.
WILLIAM E. MENTZER . . . Vocational . . . is
always in front of the television set when Dragnet
comes on . . . has a liking for math . . . definitely
a hamburger addict . . . a future automobile
mechanic or else.
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ORCHESTRA CONCERT - MARCH 18, 1955
ANNA E. IVIILLER . . . Business Education . . .
sang in chorus junior year . . . plans on working in
an office after graduation until Cupid shoots his
arrow . . . detests coneeited people . . . reads books
by Mickey Spillane . . . enjoys math and dancing.
DOROTHY M. MILLER . . . George-Barden . . .
annoyed by people who are late . . . favorite sport
is football . . . loves roller skating and dancing . . .
would like to be a future woman in white . . . likes
spaghetti and John Wayne.
G. JEAN MILLER . . . Business Education . . .
shouts "What a blast" . . . favorite subject is health
. . . delights in playing tennis . . . never misses
a movie starring Martin and Lewis or watching
Make Room for Daddy . . . ambition to be a sec-
JANET I. MILLER . . . Business Education . . .
Janet enjoys movies starring Dan Daily . . . treats
herself to turkey . . . spends the summer swim-
ming . . . is irritated by stuck-up people . . . listens
to records in her spare time . . . plans to be a see-
JOSEPH P. MILLER . . . Vocational . . . Josie
played home room basketball two ears . . . def-
initely the Alan Ladd type . . . likes to watch
baseball games. . .is disgusted by peroxide
Ewlondes . . . frequently treats himself to French
MARILYN J. MILLER . . . George-Barden . . .
Marilyn was in the language department play her
sophomore and senior years . . . likes to listen to
records . . . enthusiastic member of French fries
set . . . prefers movies with John Wayne . . .
RUTH R. MILLS . . . Business Education . . .
movies with Burt Lancaster and books by A. J.
Cronin rate highest with her . . . treats herself to
a meal of roast beef, mashed potatoes, and gravy
. . . thinks bookkeeping is the life.
In the spring a young man's fancy gets fancier.
ANN I. MITCHELL . . . General . . . member of
Senate three vears . . , a high-stepping majorette
, . . sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus . . . delights in
archery . . . ean't stand people who don't tell the
truth . . . hopes to enter beauty school.
IIELEN NI. MITTERMEIER . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . belonged to FBLA two years . . . loves
chili con earne . . . is vexed by snobbish people
. . . adores janet Leigh . . . enjoys badminton . . .
wants to be a stenographer . . . says "Oh brotherlh
JOHN M. MOCK . . . Business Education . . . is
partial to chicken, thc cooked kind , . . shudders
at stuck-up people . . . enjoys basketball . . . reads
Zane Crcy . . . an admirer of Betty Crable . , .
likes salesmanship and wants to be a store man-
DORIS j. MOHLER . . . Business Education . . .
Dorie was in Ushers' Club . . . goes in for French
fries . . . enjoys reading Lloyd Douglas . . . is am-
noved lw late people . . . expects to be a secretary
. . . intersperses all her conversation with "All
LOIS K. MORAN . . . Business Education . . . in
Ushers' Club two years . . . enjoys shorthand . . .
will go swimming any time . . . abhors people who
show off . . . idolizes Stewart Granger . . . treats
herself to spaghetti . . . she's a future secretary.
SUSAN L. MORNING . . . General . . . enjoys
reading Edgar Allan Poe . . . simple loves skating
. . . dctests show-offs . . . likes baseball and base-
ball players . . . watches lt's a Great Life on TV
. . . would like to become a beautician.
MARION W. MORTON . . . College Prep . . . has
a liking for French fries and steak . . . member of
a Cappella . . . loathes insincere people . . . enjoys
basketball . . . adores john Derek . . . delights in
reading . . . wants to be a social welfare worker.
EASTER VACATION - APRIL 8 - 11, 1955
JEAN M. MOUNTAIN . . . General . . . sang first
soprano in chorus two years . .. eonceited people
give her a pain . . . enjoys I Love Lucy . . . has a
liking for football . . . expects to be a salesgirl after
ALICE I. MUMMERT . . . General . . . Sis was a
member of Fellowship Club three years . . . suf-
fers under chewing gum crackers . . . reads books
by Grace Livingston Ilill . . . enjoys spaghetti . . .
she hopes to be a missionary some day.
BARBARA A. MYERS . . . Business Education . . .
Barb loves to collect pictures . . . often says "Come
nowln . . . relishes steak and French fries . . .
adores jeff Chandler . . . a rabid baseball fan . . .
wants to be a secretary. for a time anyway.
RAYMOND L. MYERS . . . General . . . might be
heard saying 'iDid you ever?" . . . reads all the
works of R. E. Vogt . . . has no time for silly
girls . . . enjoys swinnning and racing . . . plans
to join the Armed Forces.
II. LORRAINE NAGLE . . . General . . . member
of Car-Teen Club . . . enjoys books by Mickey
Spillane . . . finds time for swimming and skating
. . . thinks liars are low forms of lite . . . looks to
a bright future as a housewife.
MARVIN E. NAIL . . . College Prep . . . Spike
belonged to the College Club . . . watches I'vc Cot
a Secret on TV . . . enjoys popular music and
chemistry but not at the same time . . . says
"Check that!" . . . plans to go to college.
MYRNA I. NAIL . . . Business Education . . . a
future telephone operator . . . can't endure sissy
bovs . . . is pleased by Dean Martin . . . likes
salesmanship . . . spends leisure time dancing and
listening to records . . . orders French fries at
"You've Got the
Cutcst Little Baby
TH E 195 5
WALTER NEBELSKI . . . General . . . goes
all out for sports and English . . . often says "Of
all the cotton pickin'l" . . . shrinks from stuck-up
girls . . . relishcs fried chicken . . . wants to join
the Armed Forces.
RAYMOND C. NEBCEN . . . Vocational . . .
enjoys French fries and oysters . . . is partial to
Randolph Scott . . . shutdders at peroxide blondes
. . . likes to hunt . . . reads books by Mickey Spil-
lane . . . is going to join the U, S. Navy.
KAY A. NEDIMYER . . . Business Education . . .
likes A1'thur Godfrey on TV . . . sighs over Mar-
lon Brando . . . is irritated by moody people . . .
enjoys basketball and English . . . has a liking for
music . . . hopes to become a secretary.
MYRA S. NEVEL . . . Business Education . . .
enjoys skating and football . . . stuck-up people
give her a pain . . . loves French fries . . . watches
Stop the Music on TV . . . plans for future indi-
cate an efficient bookkeeper.
HOWARD R. NOEL . . . Vocational . . . Red likes
Bret Harte stories . . . detests girls who smoke
. . . enjoys baseball and basketball . . . cares for
Dragnet . . . takes an interest in model railroading
. . can spend rest of his life doing woodwork.
WILLIAM D. NOEL . . . Vocational . . . enjoys
hooks by Erle Stanley Candner . . . can't stand
wise guys . . . nobody can act like jack WVehb . . .
likes hunting and baseball . . . is partial to turkey
and the late show on TV.
PAUL E. OAKMAN . . . College Prep . . . mem-
ber of College Club . . . reads books by john Bar-
rie . . . likes math and science . . . Virginia Mayo
is more than all right . . . enjoys baseball anal
skating . . . says "Next time" .
wants to become
TH E 195 5
ROBERT L. O'CONNOR . . . Vocational . . . Bolfs
favorite pastime is reacting . . . relishes ehieken
pie . . . seleels Dragnet and Alan Latlcl as tavor-
ites . . . elaiins hasehall as his top sport . . . is
eounting on lmeing a phunher.
RONALD IYCONNOR . . . General . . . Ronald
was active in sehool hand, orchestra, and clanee
hand all three years . . . one of the cross country
harriers and a inenilier ot' the executive eonnnitteo
ANNA MARIE OEXLE . . . Business Education
. . . Anne prefers shorthantl, june Allyson, and
hain and potato salad . . . iclolizes George Cohel
. . . enjoys lioolis lmy' George Elliot . . . football
rates as top spectator sport . . . plans to he a sec-
PATRICIA A. O'LEARY . . . College Prep . . .
Pat was in Ushers' Clnh junior and senior years
. . . ineinlmer of College Clnh ancl Future Teaehers
ol' Alneriea in senior year . . . enjoys Ilit Paratle,
ji-anne Crain, lnusie ancl haskethall.
ARDITII P. OLEWINE . . . Business Education
. . . Arclii- was secretary ot English elass junior
vear . . . nieinher of Ushers' Cluh senior year . . .
loathes stuck-up people . . . prefers shorthancl . . .
enjoys Toast ol' the Town . . . plans to he a see-
RONALD M. OIINER . . . College Prep . . . has
a liking for Freneh fries, Tony Curtis, football,
typing, and Spanish . . . elaiins Dragnet as favorite
TV program . . . is often heard saying "Hey,
hahei' . . . plans to go to college.
WILLIAM C. OHR . . . Vocational . . . Bill is
fond of spaghetti . . . an artlent achnirer of Robert
L. Stevenson . . . lists favorites as jerry Lewis,
Ilit Paracle, ancl foothall . . . would like to join the
O'Connor, Hola CYCIQIIIIOT, Hon Oexle
O'Learv Olewine Orner
Orr Orwiek Otto
Over Overeash Papas
Parrish Parsons Pelkey
Pellegrine Pellegrino Pennahaker
Perehey Perry Persun
- "You Can Take My
lt's a musical treat with tapping feet when bandsmen meet.
BERYL A. ORWICK . . . Business Education . . .
Beryl idolizes Debbie Reynolds . . . is partial to
spaghetti and football . . . disgusted by conceited
people . . . delights in skating . . . finds pleasure
in bookkeeping . . . in
tends to be a eomptometer
NANCY K. OTTO . . . College Prep . . . Nancy
was in chorus two years, Academy of Science and
College Club third vear . . . chemistry and swim-
ming rate as chief interests . . . watches George
Gobel Show . . . plans to be a research chemist.
NANCY V. OVER . . . General . . . Nancy likes
Tony Curtis and I Love Lucy . . . is partial to
French fries and ball games . . . watching TV is
favorite pastime . . . prefers typing . . . is often
heard saying "Big deal."
WILLIAM E. OVERCASH . . . Vocational . . .
Bill plans to join the Air Force . . . enjoys fishing
and hunting . . . Bret Harteis Writings are his favor'
ites . . . craves spaghetti . . . Dragnet and Rock
Hudson are entertainment de luxe . . . takes an
interest in swimming.
EVELYN A. PAPAS . . . Business Education . . .
Evelyn was home room treasurer senior year . . .
enjoys reading and skating . . . takes a fancy to
French fries and steak . . . Kraft Theater and
baseball lead her list . . . hopes to be a secretary.
BARBARA I. PARRISH . . . General . . . Barbara
was a member of the College Club senior year . . .
enjoys Mickey Spillane's works . . . fond of Aldo
Ray . . . pet peeve is conceited people . . . has
a yen to join the Waves.
DORIS P. PARSONS . . . Business Education . . .
Doris sang soprano in a Cappella two years . . .
member of the Ushers' Club senior year . . . enjoys
swimming and james Russell Lowellis Writings
. a basketball and Robert Wagner fan.
BAND CONCERT-APRIL 22, 1955
ROBERT D. PELKEY . . . Vocational . . . Bob
enjoys watching the Comedy Hour on TV . . .
football enthusiast . . . has a liking for trig . . .
takes a fancy to roast beef and French fries . . .
prefers the books of Zane Grey.
HARRY R. PELLEGRINE . . . General . . . Pelly
was home room representative sophomore year . . .
president of English class first two years . . . active
m football all three years . . . Varsity A senior
year . . . intends to enter the Air Force.
NICOLINA A. PELLECRINO . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . Lena belonged to Car-Teen Club her
senior year . . . enjoys turkey. basketball, reading,
and business English . . . George Gobel is her
favorite star on TV . . . is often heard saying "Is
B. JOAN PENNABAKER . . . George-Barden . . .
Penny played intramural sports first two years
. . . Tony Curtis and Lux Theater rate high with
her . . . cannot endure people who have no sense
of humor . . . is partial to cooking . . . plans to
enter nurses, training.
IUDITH A. PERCHEY . . . Business Education
. . . Judy was secretary of history class sophomore
year . . . secretary of English class junior year . . .
loves TV's Make Room for Daddy . . . detests con-
ceited people . . . prefers the works of Lloyd C.
JOHN H. PERRY . . . College Prep . . . jack was
squad leader of his gym class first two years . . .
home room treasurer senior year . . . spends spare
moments collecting sport pictures . . . indulgcs in
turkey . . . ambition is to be a radio and TV an-
GERALD L. PERSUN . . . Vocational . . . jerry
prefers shops to all his scholastic subjects . . . loves
to spend time hunting . . . can eat pizza pie any
time . . . photography is his main interest . . .
Glenn Ford' rates as tops.
Word for It, Baby."
"NVhere Is Your
Music, rhythm, spring and dance weave a pattern for romance.
ALFRED E. PETERMAN . . . Vocational . . . Al
played haskethall two years . . . enjoys Shakespeare
. . . delights in Come-dy Hour . . . takes his math
very seriously . . . hopes to enter college upon
graduation . . . relishes pork and sauerkraut.
JAMES E. PETERSON . . . Business Education
. , . Pete was a meinher of track and foothall squad
three years . , . viee-president of FBLA senior year
. . . sang tenor in senior oetet and a Cappella . . .
wants to take part in all sports.
MARIE L. PETROGALLO . . . Business Education
. . . a future secretary, loves Gregory Peek . . .
relishes erah eakes . . . takes an interest in eolleet-
ing souvenirs . . . is partial to Toast of the Town
. . . ahhors people who are late.
GLORIA M. PETTA . . . College Prep . . . loves
watching Comedy Hour . . . idolizes John Derek
. . . enjoys swinuning and hadminton . . . spends
time reading hooks hy Thelma Strahel . . . sees the
possibility of college in the future.
LOUISE M. PETTENATI . . . Business Education
. . . was president of English class her junior year
. . . loves watching Marlon Brando on the movie
screen . . . delights in hooks hy Frank Yerhy . . .
hopes to he a stenographer.
DOLORES M. PIETSCH . . . College Prep . . .
Peachie sang first soprano in the Girls' Chorus all
three years , . . meinher of College Gluh her senior
year , . . watches Arthur Godfrey Show . . . loves
Dale Rohertson . . . relishes suhmarine sandwiches.
BEVERLY J. PIKE . . . General . . . Bev gets a
laugh from Red Buttons . . . often listens to music
. . . detests eonceited people . . . loves to swim
. . . hopes to work out of town when she gradu-
ates . . . eherishes hooks hy Grace Livingston Ilill.
JUNIOR PROM-APRIL 15, 1955
VICTORIA J. PILLEGGI . . . Business Education
. . . memher of Mr. Bohn's chorus her senior year
. . . husiness law was favorite suhjeet . . . adores
Jeff Chandler . . . takes a fancy to Hit Parade . . .
is vexed hy people who are late .
JOHN T. PINE . . . Vocational . . . Piney really
likes printing . . . ahhors stuck-up people . . takes
an interest in hiking . . . enjoys hooks hy Craig
Massey . . . has hopes of heing a printer . . . rel-
ishes steak . . . fascinated hy taxidermy.
ROBERT E. POORMAN . . . Vocational . . . enjoys
huilding model ships . . . fancies hunting and fish-
ing . . . is fascinated hy John W'ayne . . . loathes
knee soeks . . . can often he heard saying "Don't
het on iti' . . . plans to he a plllllllJt'l'.
CAROLE A. PORTA . . . Business Education . . .
indulges in fried ehieken . . . enjoys hooks by
Edgar Allan Poe . . . is vexed hy eoneeited people
. . . enjoys Watching I Love Lucy . . . spends time
collecting stamps . . . eiaims shorthand as favor-
GLORIA D. POSSUMATO . . . George-Barden . . .
sang in Mr. Bohnis chorus two years . . . home
room president her senior year . . . secretary of her
English class as a junior . . . drops everything to
watch Lux Video Theater.
GERALD R. PRESSLER . . . Business Education
. . . has a liking for foothall, hunting, swimming,
and hookkeeping . . . watches It,s a Great Life
on TV . . . detests girls who talk too much . . .
plans to attend college.
EDWARD W. PRICE . . . Vocational . . . Eddie
enjovs watching Coke Time . . . favorite pastime
is playing foothall . . . reads hooks hy Zane Grey
. . . Doris Day is his type of girl . . . takes an in-
terest in welding and drawing.
TH E 19 5 5
PRISCILLA M. PRICE . . . College Prep . . . Priss
sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus her senior year . . .
Hit Parade and Dragnet rank as tops with her . . .
enjoys playing the piano and collecting dolls . .
cannot endure conceited people.
SUSAN C. PRICE . . . College Prep . . . sang in
a Cappella one year . . . favorite study is art . . .
looks forward to becoming a fashion designer after
graduation . . . relishes steak and French fries . . .
often heard shouting "Hey theref'
GENE M. PRUONTO . . . Vocational . . . is fasci-
nated by Audrey Hepburn . . . played football dur-
ing junior year . . . takes an interest in rod and
gun stuff . . . has an aversion to stuck-up girls . . .
intends to be a hair stylist.
LOUIS I. PTAK . . . College Prep . . . Louis
played trumpet in band for three years . . .
played French horn in orchestra two years . . .
member of College Club and Future Teachers of
America his senior year . . . played intramural
BRUCE A. RALSTON . . . Vocational . . . often
says "All right already?" . . . goes wild over spa-
ghetti, Cary Cooper, and baseball . . . loathes wise
guys around him . . . watching news broadcasts on
TV fascinate him . . . would like to join the Air
BEVERLY A. REED . . . Business Education . . .
member of Fellowship Club three years . . . home
room representative sophomore year . . . home room
secretary junior vear . . . treasurer senior year . . .
has ambitions of being a medical secretary . .
fancies fried chicken.
H. EDWIN REED . . . Vocational . . . Ed was
English class president sophomore year . . . Eng-
lish class president and secretary junior year . . .
approves of jane Russell . . . stuck-up girls disgust
him . . . fancies books by jack London .
partial to trig.
Peterman Peterson Pctrogallo
Petta Pettenati Pietseh
Pike Pilleggi Pine
Poorman Porta Possumato
Presslcr Price, E. Price, P.
Price, S. Pruonto Ptak
Ralston Reed, B. Reed, E.
TH E 195 5
MARIE F. REHM . . . Business Education . . .
Marie sang in a Cappella and served as home room
representative her junior year . . . acted as sopho-
more home room president . . . bowling, jeff
Chandler and pizza pie rate an "All rightyu with
MYRON D. REHM . . . General . . . Myron was
guard on the football team his junior and senior
years . . . recipient of the blanket award . , . mem-
ber of the Varsity A Club . . . jealous people leave
him eold . . . plans to join the Serviee.
JAMES F. BEILLY . . . General . . . jim played
home room basketball his junior year . . . takes an
interest in autos, football, and science . . . often
repeats "llow about thatlu . . . cannot endure
stuck-up people . . . wishes to join the Navy.
JOEL A. REISINGER . . . General . . . Joel was
a member of the lfellowship Club all three years
. . . took part in the language department play
sophomore year . . . is partial to baseball, reading,
and enjoys watching Life of 'l'riumph . . . future
LLEWVELYN j. RENTEL . . . General . . . Lew
served as home room representative junior year . . .
prefers fried chicken. trig, and sports . . . watches
lt's a Great Life . . , selects Zane Grey's books
for reading . . . plans to enter the Air Force.
GEORGE B. REXFORD . . .General . . . Rex
captained the -IV football team junior year . . .
played fullback senior year . . . played forward in
intramural basketball all three years . . . is often
heard quoting 'ANiee" . . . is disgusted by big
ELEANOR M. RHINE . . . George-Barden . . .
Eleanor was active in the Senate, Ushers' Club,
TAP, orchestra, and College Club . . . vice-presi-
dent all three years of her elasses . . . received the
lJ.A.R. award . . . plans to follow the eareer of
Rehm, Marie Rt-hm, Myron Reilly
Reisinger Rentel Rexford
Rhine Rhiver Rhoades
Rhodes Rhodes, V. Riehardella
Richards Riehie Riggleman
Robbins. D. Robbins, I. Roberts
Robertson Robison, G. Robison, ll.
JUDO EXHIBIT --
"It's A NV om an ' s
Traditionally in spring weather, mothers, daughters get together
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER BANQUET-APRIL '30 1955
WANDA J. RHIVER . . . Business Education . . .
Bunny goes all out for green heans, haskethall,
foothall, and hookkceping . . . enjoys the Hit Pa-
rade . . . crocheting is her hohhy . . . likes to sing
out with i'Cee whizn.
SANDRA JANE RHOADES . . . General . . . Appie
was color guard senior year . . . spends spare time
watching Dragnet . . . French fries, swimming,
Tah llunter, and Zoology rank high with her . . .
can he heard saying "So what? VVho cares?', .
SANDRA JEAN RHODES . . . Business Education
. . . Sandy was a memher of FBLA . . . worked in
the Senate office . . . active in the junior Red
Cross . . . highly approves Debbie Reynolds,
swimming, French fries, and hooks hy Sinclair
VERNA G. RHODES . . . Business Education . . .
Verna was a majorette all three years . . . favors
foothall, haskethall, steak, and Spanish . . . Eddie
Fisher ranks high on TV . . . spends spare time
reading hooks hy Churchill . . . conceit leaves her
SYLVIA hi. RICHADELLA . . . General . . . Sylv
favors pizza pie . . . likes Toast of the Town, Jane
Russell, and English . . . is annoyed hy people who
are late . . . often says "Forget it" . . . spends time
exercising her vocal cords.
AMY E. RICHARDS . . . General . . . typing,
sauerkrant, hot dogs, hasehall, and watching TV
are Amy's interests . . . I Love Lucy catches her
eye . . . Doris Day and Howard Keel please her
greatly . . . irked hy people who try to he more
than they are.
DOLORES J. RICHIE . . . Business Education. . .
Dorry was home room vice-president and English
class secretary her senior year . . . home room sec-
retary her sophomore year . . . English class vice-
prcsiident . . . relishes turkey . . . loathes silly
E. KENNETH RIGGLEMAN . . . Vocational . . .
Ken was active in cross country sophomore year
. . . played foothall in junior year . . . prizes swim-
ming, pizza pie, and fixing ears . . . can he heard
saying i'You know" . . . plans to enter the Service.
DIANE L. ROBBINS . . . College Prep . . . Diane
took part in the May Festival and girls' chorus all
three years . . . enjoys watching Dragnet . . . pre-
fers Jeff Cliaudler, foothall, Latin, skating . . .
disgusted hy people playing Cupid . . . future
JAMES R. ROBBINS . . . Vocational . . . Jim
spends his time hunting . . . enjoys spaghetti, foot-
hall, swimming and hooks hy Jack London . . .
watches Cavaleaide of America on TV . . . can he
heard saying 'Allow ahout that?" . . . plans to enter
the Air Force.
MAUREEN F. ROBERTS . . . Business Education
. . . Maureen helonged to FBLA her junior and
senior years . , . active in Pyramid Club senior
vear . . . hasehall, Rory Calhoun, hookkeeping, and
hooks hy Maureen Daly rate high with Maureen
. . . peeved hy show-offs . . . future secretary.
CAROLYN M. ROBERTSON . . . General . .
Carolyn enjoys hooks hy Dickens and Bryan . . .
watches the Medic . . . hasehall, meat loaf, Ameri-
can history rate high with Carolyn . . . spends spare
time painting figurines . . . dislikes show-offs . . .
plans to join the VVaes.
GLENN G. ROBISON . . . Vocational . . . Clenn
favors haskethall, French fries, and reading hooks
hy Bret llarte . . . watches Stu-dio One on TV . . .
can he heard saying i'You know it" . . . favors Jane
Powell . . , plans a future in the Air Force.
HESTER Z. ROBISON . . . Business Education
. . . Hester sang in Mr. Bolnrs chorus senior year
. . . enjoys watching My Little Margie . . . favors
hookkeeping, foothall, pizza pie . . . Montgomery
Cliff rates high . . . eonceited people leave her
cold . . . plans to attend husiness school.
The people's choice should be the peoples' voice.
DELORES M. RODCERS . . . General . . . De-
lores takes an interest in John Wayne, roller skat-
ing, and English . . . baseball and watching Drag-
net rate high with Delores . . . is disgusted by
show-offs . . . often repeats "I'1l be a dirty bindf,
WILLIAM RONAN . . . College Prep . . . Bill
was active in Intramural sports and participated
in football his sophomore year . . . watches Dragnet
on TV . . . a steak and French fries man . . . base-
ball and Spanish rank high with Bill . . . a future
RICHARD A. ROONEY . . . College Prep . . .
Dick played basketball sophomore and senior years
. . . member of College Club senior year . . . par-
ticipated in home room basketball . . .enjoys
watching Toast of the Town . . . avoids gabby
girls . . . plans on college.
RAYMOND A. ROTH . . . Vocational . . . Ray
takes a fancy to Alan Ladd, football, and machine
shops . . . enjoys watching Death Valley Days on
thc video screen . . . spends time tinkering with
radios . . . plans to becmne a machinist.
JOHN R. ROWLAND . . . College Prep . . . john
was a member of FBLA and College Club his
senior year . . . vice-president of his senior home
room . . . prefers photography, swimming, and
science . . . relishcs steak and French fries . . .
plans to teach school.
CLAIR A. RUNK . . . Vocational . . . Sonny enjoys
watching You Asked For It . . . spends spare time
drawing . . . likes books by Zane Crey . . . favors
football . . . Betty Hutton rates high with Sonny
. . . plans to become a cabinet maker.
JAMES E. RUNYEN . . . College Prep . . . jim
was home room representative and assistant sec-
retary of his English class his senior year . . . junior
home room vice-president . . . vice-president of
junior English class . . . future pharamacist.
CLASS ELECTIONS - MAY 11,
JAMES C. RUSS . . . Vocational . . . Hussie played
home room basketball all three years . . . takes an
interest in bowling, math, history, and watching
It's a Great Life . . . often says "Hey, ahh . . .
plans a military career.
WILLIAM A. RUSS . . . College Prep . . . Bill
played halfback in his junior anid senior years . . .
participated in intramural basketball his junior and
senior years . . . favors Southem fried chicken . , .
enjoys Zane Grey . . . plans to attend college.
WILLIAM E. RUSSELL . . . General . . . Bill was
a member of College Club his senior year . . .
turkey, baseball, P. O. D., and books by Mark
Twain rate high with Bill . . . enjoys watching
Dragnet . . . plans on being a minister.
JILL M. RUTHERFORD . . . Business Education
. . . jill prefers skating as a hobby . . . swimming,
spaghetti, and English rank high with jill . . .
stuck-up people leave her cold . . . enjoys watching
I Love Lucy . . . plans on being a secretary.
RONALD RUTHERFORD . . . Vocational . . .
Ron goes all out for swimming, French fries, hunt-
ing, and English . . . thinks jane Russell is tops . . .
enjoys watching Dragnet and reading books by
John Tunis . . . plans to join' the Navy.
ANN I. SACKETT . . . George-Barden . . . Ann
trilled in the senior sextet . . . in Senate junior and
senior years . . . sophomore and junior home room
representative . . . sang in a Cappella sophomore
year . . . majorette sophomore and junior years . . .
NORMA J. SACER . . . Business Education . .
Sis was in Pyramid Club her sophomore year . . .
enjoys watching Hit Parade and roller skating . . .
favors meat loaf, basketball, john Wayne, and
business law . . . loathes stuck-up people.
A R T D I S P L A Y
l GROUP - "Have
You Talked to the
TH E 195 5
GLORIA I. SALOMIE . . . Business Education
. . . Gloria sang in Mr. Bohnis chorus her sopho-
more and junior years . . . member of Horseshoe
Staff senior year . . . enjoys mashed potatoes, base-
ball, and dress designing . . . favors shorthand . .
plans to become a secretary.
SHERMA K. SAMUELS . . . Business Education
. . . Sammie was a majorette her sophomore year
. . . relishes pizza, baseball, shorthand, and listen-
ing to music . . . enjoys reading books by Mickey
Spillane , . . is disgusted by impolite people . . .
plans a nursing career.
IOAN B. SANTONE . . . Business Education . . .
jo sang in chorus all three years . . . enjoys watch-
ing Eddie Fisher . . . favors Spanish, meat pie,
roller skating . . . pops up with "I guess" . . . can-
not endure jealous people . . . plans to become a
IEANETTE P. SCALICE . . . General . . . Jeanette
sang in chorus junior and senior years . . . favors
baked beans, baseball, dancing, and Doris Day . . .
always saying "Sure you do" . . . has an aversion to
conceited people . . . plans to be a beautician.
NANCY D. SCHEFFER . . . Business Education
. . . Nancy was a member of Ushers' Club her
junior and senior years . . . takes an interest in
basketball, pork chops, bookkeeping, Richard
Widmark . . . plans on doing secretarial work.
WILLIAM E. SCHEIRER . . . Business EduCati0n
. . . Bill goes for pork chops, basketball, and gym
. . . watches It's a Great Life most often . . . re-
peats "Tell me more about it" . . . plans on going
IOYCE E. SCHILL . . . Business Education . . .
jo is partial to basketball, art, painting, and draw-
ing . . . enjoys books by Grace Livingston Hill . . .
cannot endure big wheels . . . plans on being a
bookkeeper . . . adores Tony Curtis.
THE 195 5
EDGAR P. SCHlN1ELZLEN . . . Xl0C1lfi0I1lll . . .
Crash is intvrc-str-d in racing and cars . . . prcfc-rs
l"I't'lIL'll frim-s, pizza pit-. and English . . . is oftvn
lu-ard saying "Old Bi-an" . . . llas an avcrsion to
lun-v soc-ks . . . plans on 1-li-vtrical work.
JOYCE D. SCIIMELZLEN . . . College Prep . . .
was in language' dvpartnu-nt play junior and sc-nior
yi-ars . . . nu-nllx-r of tlu' junior ACll'lll'llly of
Scic-in-o sc-nior ye-ar . . . lmclongcd to Uslu-rs' Clulm
junior and sm-nior yvars . . . pre-sidont of Girls'
L1-aguv svuior yoar.
NIARCARET L. SCHNAUBELT . . . C1:0rgc-Bz1r-
den . . . Foggy takos an intcrvst in swinnning, danc-
ing, and playing records . . . lII2llil'S :nur-li of pizza
and pvpsi . , . ratlu-r fond of clit-inistry and going
for long rid:-s . . . plans on just working.
HARRY E. SCIIOLL . . . Vocational . . . llarrv
llas a liking for rnodvl airplanes, lmaslivtlmll, and
trig . . . tn-:its llllllSl'lf to str-ak and Fl't'llCl1 frics
. . . 4-njoys ri-ading tlu- lmoolcs of Sti'x'vnson . . .
is aunoyod lmy fussy girls . . . plans to attcnd col-
HOSE M. SCIIULTZ . . . Business Education . . .
liosv lwlongod to Pyramid Clulm lwr junior year
, . . is l'asc'inatr'd by Marlon Brando and Dragnet
. . . lias a liking for pizza pin' , . , cannot vndurs-
tilrdv pm-oplv . . . plans on lx-colning a svn-rotary,
FRIED R. SELL . . . Vocational . . . Frvd 1-njoys
watvlifng Dragnvt . . . takos an intcrvst in lmasc-
lmall, skating and auto sllop . . . dm-lights in listvning
lo inusia- . . . says "You'ri- kidding" . . . plans on
working or going into thc Service.
CARROL A. SELLERS . . . Business Education
. . . Carol 1-njoys stoak, Frvnvli frios, and English
. . . talu-s a fancy to Dragnot and Rock Hudson . . .
oltvn rc-pa-ats "You know" . . . cannot L-ndurv
stuvk-up pr-oplo . . . has an aunlmition to lwconu- a
Sc-lun:-lzlz-n, It. Sclnnc-lzlvn Sc-luxaulx-lt
Svlioll Svliultl Soil
S1-llvrs Sr-rvvnti Sottlv, I.
Svttlo, M. Sllalu-c'n, E Sllallm-n, NI,
Shana-r Shannon Sluarrar
Sliavor Shaw Sllav
Slu-vts fillUt'lIl2lli4't' Shoe-nfolt
CRAFTS CLASS -
"Little Things Mean
Melody, Youth and May:
JOAN L. SERVENTI . . . Business Education.. . .
Ioan belonged to FBLA . . . was secretary of her
English class her junior year . . . has an aversion
to late people . . . delights in pizza and watching
the Medic . . . plans to be a stenographer.
JOYCE M. SETTLE . . . General . . . Mickey was
a member of thc Pyramid Club her sophomore
vear . . . partial to pizza pie and Marlon Brando
. . . is interested in football, basketball, and history
. . . often repeats "Well, hi thcrelv
MELVIN C. SETTLE . . . Business Education . . .
Melvin was a member of the safety patrol his
junior and senior years . . . cannot endure con-
ceited people . . . is a checkers fan . . . pops up
with "Howdy" . . . plans to join the Army.
EDNA I. SHAHEEN . . . George-Barden . . . Edna
was a inajorette all three years . . . member of
College Club her senior year . . . interested in
football and twirling . . . peeved by "stuck-up"
people . . . plans a nursing career.
NIABILYN M. SHAHEEN . . . General . . . Marilyn
delights in chicken and collecting records . . .
Rock Iludson and Dragnet type . . . takes a fancy
to the books of Mickey Spillane and consumers
math . . . is vexed by conceited girls . . . plans on
going to art school.
WILLIAM D. SHANER . . . Vocational . . . Shane
prizes French fries, skating, and sports . . . favors
Audie Murphy and Toast of the Town . . . is dis-
gusted by peroxide blondes . . . reads the books
of Mickey Spillane . . . plans on joining the Navy.
NANCY A. SHANNON . . . Business Education
. . . Nancy enjoys listening to all kinds of records
. . . -delights in devouring spaghetti . . . shudders
at conceited people . . . takes a fancy to business
math . . . plans a nursing career or clerical work.
Music is in the air today.
MUSICAL FESTIVAL - MAY 16 - I
WAYNE C. SHABRAR . . . Vocational . . .Wayne
has a liking for football . . . crazy over chocolate
cake . . . often pops up saying "Something of the
sort" . . . goes in for books by O'Brien . . . plans
to become a carpenter.
SALLY L. SHAVER . . . General . . . Sally was a
senior Girls' League representative . . . participat-
ed in the May Festival junior year. . . suffers
under bossy people . . . favors the acting of Rich-
ard NVidmark . . . plans on working for Bell Telc-
CAROLYN D. SHAW . . . General . . . Tex was in
Mr. Bohn's chorus all three years . . . worked on
the display cases her junior year . . . president of
junior honic room . . . collects stamps . . . has as-
pirations to become a housewife.
V. BOMAYNE SHAY . . . Business Education . . .
Ronnie belonged to FBLA her junior and senior
vcars . . . junior home room secretary . . . takes .1
fancv to corn fritters and creamed potatoes . . .
shudders at perfect transcripts . . . future sec-
ARTHUR P. SHEETS . . . General . . . Paul
played varsity football . . . member of Car-Teen
Club . . . takes a fancy to spaghetti, fishing, and
hunting . . . goes all out for mechanical drawing
. . . enjoys watching the Football Game of the
DON L. SHOEMAKER . . . General . . . Don en-
joys watching the antics of George Gobel . . .
highly regards thc acting of Rock Hudson . . .
fancies oysters . . . delights in hunting and fishing
. . . has an aversion to road hogs.
MIRIAM A. SHOENFELT . . . Business Education
. . . Miriam was junior home room secretary . . .
on the social service committee of thc Girls'
League . . . is fascinated by Dean Martin and Jerry
Lewis . . . plans on doing secretarial work.
These classes are the last for those who passed.
MELVIN E. SHOWALTER . . . Vocational . . .
Mel is fascinated watching Studio One . . . has a
liking for football . . . cannot endure knee socks
. . . plans a future in the Air Force . . . lists favor-
ite subject as welding shop.
BEVERLY A. SHUMA . . . Business Education
. . . Bev has a liking for round and square dancing
, . , relishes vegetable soup . . . often repeats "Do
tell" . . . is vexed by conceited people . . . delights
in swimming and baseball . . . future secretary.
LUCILLE II. SICKENBERGER . . . Business
Education . , . Lucy belonged to Fellowship Club
. . . was a member of FBLA . , . belonged to Car-
Teen Club . . . slmdders at peroxide blondes . . .
reads books by Grace Livingston llill . . . plans on
doing office work.
JACK C. SLATES . . . College Prep . . . jack was
sophomore home room president . . . junior home
room treasurer . , . goes all out for chicken and
waffles, baseball, and sports . . . is vexed by con-
ceited people . , , plans on attending college.
ALTON B. SMITH . . . Business Education . . .
Pete was a sophomore Safetv Patrol member . . .
fancies baseball, Betty Grable, and watching
Dragnet . . . favors office practice . . . plans on
being a clerk or doing typist work,
CHARLES R. SMITH . . . College Prep . . . Ac-
tive on gridiron junior year . . . would like to go
to college , . . lists favorites as football, john
Wayne and English . . . likes to Work on rifles . ..
spends spare time dancing.
DONNA L. SMITH . . . George-Barden . . . swim-
ming is her favorite pastime . - . claims Dragnet
tops all 'I'V shows . . . abhors stuck-up people . . .
is often heard saying "You know it" . . . plans to
enter nurses, training . . . loves spaghetti and
SENIOR DAY-MAY 27, 1955
JUNE L. SMITH . . . Business Education . . . june
belonged to Ushers' Club all three years . . . mem-
ber of FBLA . . . junior English class vice-presi-
dent . . . junior English class secretary . . . sopho-
more history class secretary . . . abhors snobbish
people . . . future secretary.
KENNETH R. SMITH . . . College Prep . . . Ken
played junior varsity football his junior year . . .
enjoys watching Mr. Wizard . . . reads books by
Edgar Rice Burroughs . . . cannot endure hepcats
. . . collects stamps . . . enjoys mechanical drawing.
BARBARA A. SNYDER . . . Business Education
. . . Barbara was a member of FBLA . . . junior
home room president . . . sang in the chorus her
sophomore and junior years . . . peeved by loud
people . . . has an ambition to become a private
BARBARA I. SNYDER . . . General . . . Barbara
enjovs watching the Web . . . favors physical edu-
cation . . . interested in skating and Gene Kelly
. . . vexed by people who ask too many questions
. . . plans on being a housewife . . . specializes in
devouring crab cakes.
GEORGE I. SNYDER . . . Vocational . . . watches
Paul Dixon on TV . . . an honest man, he claims
loafing is his pastime . . . goes in for algebra and
just reading . . . pet peeve is getting up in morn-
ing . . . baseball tan.
FRED W. SORRICK, IR .... College Prep . . .
takes an interest in watching the U.S. Steel Hour
. . . favors football, sauerkraut, and chemistry . . .
abhors show offs . . . reads the books of Zane Grey
. . . plans on caring for animals professionally as
HOWARD E. SPANOGLE . . . C0lIege Prep . . .
lloward was active in the Senate his senior year
. . . member of Horseshoe staff . . . sports editor of
the Mountain Echo . . . member of Quill and
Scroll, Fellowship Club. and College Club . . . a
- "It Ain't Necessar-
TH E 195 5
KATHLEEN A. SPEER . . . College Prep . . .
Kathie was captain of Ushers, Club and member
of College Club senior year . . . literary editor of
Mountain Echo. . .iunior home room Girls,
League representative . . . future journalist . . .
veep of Central Penna. Scholastic Press Associa-
ROSEMARY A. SPINAZZOLA . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . Rosey prefers baseball, fried chicken,
and listening to good music . . . reads books by
Betty Cavanna . . . watches the Martha Raye
show . . . cannot endure conceited people . . . has
an ambition to become a private secretary.
DONNA L. STAMBAUCH . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Donna was sophomore English class see-
retary . . . enjoys Writing letters . . . has skating
as a hobby . . . idolizes Edmund Purdom . . . often
repeats "Well, now" . . . relishes steak and French
fries . . . future secretary.
DONALD C. STEELE . . . College Prep . . . incin-
ber of College Club . . . set designer of the stage
crew . . . Don prefers football, pork chops, and
steak . . . reads books bv Edgar Allan Poe . . .
peeved by bleached blondes . . . future forestcr.
MARY A. STEELE . . . Business Education . . .
Maryann belonged to College Club . . . has an in-
terest in spaghetti, reading, and Rock Hudson . . .
often repeats "That,s about the size of it" . . . ab-
hors discourteous people . . . plans on doing office
THOMAS A. STELLABOTTE . . . General . . .
Stelly acted as catcher for the baseball teani all
three years . . . was secretary of Boys' Federation
. . . sophomore hoine room president . . . prizes
ravioli . . . has an aversion to girls that talk a lot.
VIRGINIA A. STETTER . . . Business Education
. . . Ginny takes interest in square daneirg . . .
watches I Love Lucy . . . reads books by Mark
Twain . . . abhors stuck-up people . . . relishes
roast ham . . . has an ambition to become a sec-
Showalter Shuma Sickenberger
Slates Smith, A. Smith, C.
Smith, D. Smith, J. Smith, K.
Snyder, B. A. Snyder, B. J. Snvder, C.
Sorrick Spanogle Speer
Spinazzola Stanibaugh Steele, D.
Steele, M. A. Stellabotte Stetter
TH E 195 5
SllARl.l'INl'I K. STICNVART . . . Business Educa-
tion . . . Sliarla-um' sm-lv-ml as lmnn- rumn prvsimlcnt
lu-r snplnnnmw- yvar . . . lias a liking lim' lim-lc lluml-
snn, Clvurgm- Gull:-l, spzlgliviti, ancl swinnning , . .
lmpm-s tu linlzl 51'Q'l'1'l1ll'llll wurlx in livr l1ln'us1.'upx'.
IIANIICS I". STlFFl.l'iR . . . xY0Cilll0lNll . . . .lllll
playml ll'llllllJ1'l in lla' lmanml luis junior yQ'ill' . . . is
partial lu Alvrrx' lic-wis, luutlmall . . . lmcs L'l'1llDL'1llil'S
ancl lfn-iivlu lrim-s , . . plans to svrxc Unvlc- Sam upon
.IllDI'l'lI A. STOMBAUCH . . . Business Educa-
tion , , , Iuclv is uftm-n lwarcl saving allow alvnut
thai?" . . . imlulixvs Tum' Curtis, lmuoklwcpiinl, anrl
Imnllmall . . . passm-s lu-r tina- watching TV ancl
rm-acling tln- wurlxs UliZilII1'cil'l'V , . . plans a luoula-
RICIIARD lf. STOUT . . . Vocational . , . llivli
airlml ilu- lmasm-lmall tc-inn all illrvc' yvars . . . lilivs
lr: spvn-cl span- linn- XX'1lI'liilll1 . , . is l'2lj.1i'l' tu gn
into slum-l nwlal work . , . clcliglits in Vllllllg spa-
glwlli . . . m'nim's Zane- firm-yvs lmuks.
ARLYNIC M. STRANV . . . Business Education . . .
.-Xrlx'1n's1'l'xn'ml as vulur guarcl Slllllill' yvar . . . rvlisli-
1-s claim-lu-n anal l"l'l'llL'll lrivs, czmliiiig, anal Llancing
. . . is alilm-n lu-arnl saying "I clunit want to livar ii"
. . plans lr: lim' il sc'c'rc-lary.
vicrscsv jo s'rnlf:n1.r: . . . czullege Prep . . . in-gm
lu plaxvcl nlmm' in on-lwslni ancl in 1-miu-rt lmancl
all lluw- vm-'u's . llll'llll7
vi' nl Lollr-gc Llulm liur
sf-nim' yvar . . . passvs In-r tilnv lmy clanc-ing and
ri-'alinu lln wnrlcs ul Clwm-n Bristow.
iIANlCl'l KI. STIKUNK . . . George-Barrlcn . . . lan-
iu xx is l Ill! Illlbll ul PH unicl flulm lnl lllllllll 1 u
.incl In :nh nnnial spmts In-r svnmr
lmaslu-tlmall anrl paints clnring
,. . y .A .
vm-ar . . . plays
ilI'1lllll'l' lJl.n1ln'l lan.
Slvwari Slilllr-r Sltlllllllllljlll
Stunt Shaw Strclilc-
Strunk Sllllllll Sllliilll
Sullixan Suinnwrs, K. Sununm-rs. l
Suinnivrs li. Suru-r Swangr:-n
Sww'm-x 'l'ainp Taiwyliill
Tantius 'I'aylrn', A. Taylor, B. I7
F 1 c E " T h e y
The wise listen to advice but the wiser follow it.
GEORGE E. STUMP . . . College Prep . . . George
played baritone in the band all three years . . .
takes an interest in music, football, and Shake-
speare . . . watches The Medic on TV . . . future
plans include preparation for ministry.
THERESA M. SUKALA . . . Business Education
. . . Terry was a member of the FBLA her junior
and senior years . . . makes much of Alan Ladd,
Arthur Godfrey, swimming, and office machines
class . . . is disgusted by stuck-up people.
KAY F. SULLIVAN . . . College Prep . . . Kay
was a cheerleader two years . . . in Ushers' Club
. . . president of home room senior year . . . was
representative in the Senate and member of the
College Club . . . hopes to be a nurse,
KENNETH M. SUMMERS . . . Vocational . . .
Ken was a member of Car-Teen Club, Future
Teachers of America Club, and College Club his
senior year . . . thinks Zsa Zsa Gabor is tops . . .
intends to join the Air Force.
PHILIP A. SUMMERS . . . Vocational . , . Phil
acted as secretary of his English class one ear . . .
:hecks Dragnet, Robert Montgomery, rolller skat-
ing, and roast pork high on his list . , . plans to fly
high in the Air Force.
RONALD D. SUMMERS . . . General . . . Ron's
favorites are Liz Taylor, Mickey Spillane, football,
and pizza pie . . . is vexed by conceited people . . .
overworks the expression "You Know" . . . delights
in watching Toast of the Town on TV.
SALLY A. SURVER . . . College Prep . . . Sally
played viola in the orchestra all three years . . .
was a member of the College Club and the Future
Teachers of America Club her senior year . . .
plans a teaching career.
BACCALAUREATE SERVICE-JUNE 5, 195.1
PAUL K. SWANGREN . . . Vocational . . . Paul
served as home room president his junior year and
home room representative his senior year . . .
makes a hobby of collecting pennants . . . is in-
terested in joining the Air Force.
WILLIAM A. SWEENEY . . . Vocational . . . Bill
played guard on the basketball team sophomore
year and also participated in football . . . enjoys
watching Dragnet on TV . . . "Shoot" often enters
into his conversation . . . plans a wel-ding career.
NANCY L. TAMP . . . General . . . Nancy's pet
expression is "Crazy,' . . . is vexed by conceited
people . . . includes Gordon MacRae, steak and
French fries, and swimming among her favorites
. . . thinks the Comedy Hour is tops.
MARY LOU TANEYHILL . . . College Prep . . .
Mary Lou was a member of the executive com-
mittee her junior and senior years . . . sang alto
in a Cappella choir . . . was a member of the
Ushers, Club . . . idolizes Marlon Brando.
THOMAS H. TANTIUS . . . Business Education
. . . Tom is quite a baseball fan . . . perturbed
about concieted people . . . puts reading, Marilyn
Monroe, and history high on his list . . . clrools
over pizza pie . . . would like to attend college
ALANSON O. TAYLOR . . . College Prep . . . Al
pliyed varsity football two years . . . was also a
member of band and orchestra . . . favors Doris
Day, spaghetti, football, and health . . . loves to
read the works of Shakespeare . . . plans a medi-
BARBARA F. TAYLOR . . . George-Barden . . .
Barbara sang soprano in Mr. Bohn's chorus all three
years . . . has a liking for pizza pie . . . goes in for
skating in a big way . . .hopes to be a nurse after
CLASS - "From
Nine to Five."
Eat, drink, and be merry, tomorrow we go to work.
BARBARA ll. TAYLOR . . . Business Education
. . . liarhara was a nieinher of the Pyramid Cluh
two yaars . . , sang alto in ehorns her junior year
. . . ranks Alan Ladd, foothall, and English as
favorites . . . intends to he a secretary.
RE'I'TY M. TAYLOR . . . George-Barden . . . Betty
thinks inueh of foothall and skating. . . really likes
lingl sh . . . is peeyed at stuek-up people . . . en-
joys watching I Loye Lucy . . , would like to he
.i heautician after she graduates.
ROBYN P. TAYLOR . . . College Prep . . . Rohyn
was a reporter for the Mountain Echo . . . sang
in chorus all three years . . . an ardent adinirer of
Viet: i' Mature . . . likes to trayel . . . is often heard
ZANA A. TAYLOR . . . Business Education . . .
lists llit Parade as tops . . . raves over Roh XVag-
ner, foothall, and typing . . . canit stand people
who stare . . . dances and watches wrestling dur-
ing spare time . . . wants to he a clerical worker.
DONALD II. TEMPLE . . . College Prep . . . Don
played tenor sax in the hand three years and was
a ineniher of the College Cluh senior year . . . can
he found reading Mickey Spillane's hooks . . . has
special system of spelling.
IIOSEPHINE H. TERLOSKEY . . . Business Edu-
cation . . . ,lo was a ineniher of FBLA two years
. . . enjoys listening to niusie, eating spaghetti, and
watching Arthur Codfrey . . . is vexed hy stuck-up
people . . . thinks Rock lludson is tops.
RICHARD ll. THAYER . . . Vocational . . . Dick
makes much of Victor Mature, shrimp, and track
. . . goes for hooks hy Monte Barrett . . . elaiins his
iayorite pastiine is making things . . . plans to
join the Air Force.
SENIOR BANQUET-JUNE 7, 1955
DAYNE L. THOMAS . . . Business Education . . .
Dayne delights in watching Life with Father . . .
is partial to john NVayne . . . rahid sports fan, Dill'-
ticularly basketball . . , cannot endure stuck-up
people . . . enjoys reading the works of Dickens.
CHARLES R. THOINIPSON . . . Vocational . . .
acted as hoine rooin president and hoine rooin rep-
resentative his senior year . . . looks up to Alan
Ladd . . . delights in You Asked for It on TV . . .
d-:tests girls wearing knee socks.
GLADYS M. TIIOMPSON . . . College Prep . . .
Gladys participated in intramural sports and Pyra-
niid Cluh . . . was a ineinher of Future Teachers
of Aineriea and the College Cluh her senior year
. . . intends to hecome a gym teacher.
RANDOLPH L. THORTPSON . . . General . . .
Randy was a nieniher of Car-Teens . . .enjoys
watching Make Room for Daddy . . . disgusted hy
the incoinpatahility of hard hutter and soft hread
. . . goes for Zane Crey's hooks.
MONA K. TILSON . . . Business Education . . .
Mona was on the executive connnittee and worked
in language department office her junior year . . .
typist on the llorseshoe Staff senior year . . . wants
to he a priyate secretary.
PHILIP W. TIPTON . . . General . . . Phil was .1
nieinher of Car-Teen Cluh . . . dislikes fliglitv
girls . . . takes pleasure in reading ahout ears . . .
inakes nnieh of steak and French fries . . . plans
to join the Service.
MARY JEAN TONSKI . . . General . . . Sam sang
in chorus all three years and was a nieinher of
the College Cluh . . , delights in dancing and foot-
hall . . . eoneeited girls giye her a pain . . . is
TH E 19 5 5
BARBARA L. TOTTEN . . . College Prep
Barbara served as home room representative one
year and was a member of the Ushers, Club . . .
delights in watching Robert Montgomery Presents
. . . is partiaT to books by Lloyd C. Douglas.
NANCY C. TOTTEN . . . College Prep . . . a mem-
ber of Mr. Bohn's chorus and Ushers, Club
enjoys sewing . . . adores june Allyson . . . goes
for French fries . . . reads books by Lloyd Douglas
. . . hopes to attend the School of Commerce.
JOHN A. TRAFICANTE . . . Vocational . . . Sonny
idolizes Liz Taylor . . . enjoys hunting and fishing
and that sort of thing . . . detests knee socks . . .
likes Mark Twain's books . . . treats himself to
steak . . . plans to take up welding after gradua-
BEVERLY A. TROMM . . . General . . . member
of Ushers, Club one year . . . in Pyramid Club her
junior year . . . finds joy in I Love Lucy . "
heard saying "You better believe itv . . . hopes to
be a beautician.
EDWARD B. TROUT . . . Vocational . . . Ed lists
steak and French fries at the top of his food list . . .
enjoys reading Edgar Allan Poe . . . says "Hi, Ace'
quite often . . . hopes to join the Navy after gradu-
RICHARD A. TROXELL . . . General . . . Dick
was a guard on the football team his sophomore
and junior year . . . also participates in such sports
as hunting and fishing - even weight lifting . . .
favors history and books by Hemingway.
MICHAEL A. TUREK . . . Vocational . . . this
"shops" man has a hobby of model railroading and
aspirations toward cabinet making and carpentry
. . . also enjoys football and stories by Poe
never misses a chance to do some traveling.
B. H. Taylor, Betty
son, C. Thompson, R.
TH E 19 5 5
JOSEPH M. URBINATO . , . College Prep . . .
joe plavecl in hand and orchestra all three years
. . . art editor on Mountain Echo junior and senior
years . . . participated in language 'department play
and Quill ancl Scroll senior vear.
JAMES D. VALLELA . . . Vocational . . . jim
was home room representative senior year . . .
played intramural haskethall and was broad
juniper on track team all three years . . . partici-
pated in foothall as fullback his sophomore year.
LUANNA C. VANDREW . . . George-Barden . . .
Lu played the viola in orchestra all three years. . .
was meiuher of Safety Patrol sophomore year,
where she served as captain . . . takes an interest
in the College Cluh.
CAROL A. VAUCHN . . . George-Barden . . .
Carol sang in the chorus her sophomore, junior, anal
senior vears . . . was hmnc room representative
sophomore and junior years . . . takes an interest
in howling . . . enjoys English . . . adores Bob
ROBERT D. VAUCHN . . . Vocational . . . Zeke
takes pleasure in roller skating . . . cnjovs Ruth
Roinan's acting . . . is partial to stories hy Bret
Harte . . . cares for wrestling and Dragnet on TV
. . . relishes spaghetti and meat halls.
THOMAS J. VILLANI . . . Vocational . . . Tom
takes an interest in foothall , . . cletests peroxide
hlonfles . . . makes much of "I clouht it"
lights in playing records . . . enjoys American his--
. . . cle-
torv . . . likes to watch ltjs a Crcat Life.
RUDOLPH VORNDRAN . . . V0cati0nal . . .
Rurly is quite tional of clancing . . . enjoys howling
antl Doris Day's acting , . . treats h'mself to eral'
cakes and French fries . . . really interested in
photography '... hopes to go into carpentry work.
Urhinato Vallela Vanclrew
Vaughn, C. Vaughn, ll. Villani
Vornclran VVachter NVallace
XVarcl, I. Wfarcl, H. VVatkins
VVeax'er We-lah NVeher
NVeichel VVeigancl, M. A.XVx-iganrl, M. M.
VVerkineis XXX-rtz, C. NVQ-rtz, R
GYM CLASS - "A
Dame Is A Dame -U
Only one of the 180 days is a picnic.
WILMA M. WACHTER . . . College Prep . . .
Buckv played the bassoon in the orchestra and
concert band all three years . . . was a member of
College Club senior year . . . takes an interest in
swimming and reading . . . enjovs French fries.
MARY E. WALLACE . . . George-Barden . . .
Mary was a member of Horseshoe Staff and Col-
lege Club her senior year . . . is partial to Rock
Hudson and English . . . highly esteems books by
Lloyd Douglas . . . plans to enter nursing.
JANET D. WARD . . . General . . . janet loses
herself in watching TV . . . idolizes Doris Day . . .
relishes chili . . . makes much of the expression
"Holy cow" . . . has a liking for American history
. . . enjoys watching Where's Raymond?
RONALD C. WARD . . . General . . . Ron went
to schools in six states . . . takes an interest in foot-
ball . . . cannot endure girls who smoke . , . on
TV jack Webb is tops . . . likes to work on cars
. . . enjoys Spanish.
SHIRLEY I. WATKINS . . . General . . . Sliaryl
was member of Car-Teen Club senior year . . .
secretary of English class and home economics
class junior year . . . makes much of the saying
"Swell', . . . detests stuck-up people.
ARDEN A. WEAVER . . . Business Education
. . Arden was home room president and home
room respresentative her senior year . . . secretary
of English class junior year . . . is annoyed bv
people who are late . . . takes an interest in driv-
MERRILL M. WEBB . . . College Prep . . . Pete
loves steak and French fries . . . is an expert at
making ice cream . . . loathes discourteous drivers
. . . enjoys watching jack Webb . . . is partial to
football and algebra . . . delights in watching TV.
JUNIOR PICNIC-JUNE 9, 1955
CAROLE J. WEBER . . . Business Education . . .
Carole played the cello in orchestra her sophomore
year . . . was member of FBLA junior and senior
years . . . participated in Ushers' Club and served
as home room representative senior year.
CLAIRE M. WEICHEL . . . General . . . Claire
sang in the chorus her senior vear . . . will watch
football anytime, anywhere . . . is annoyed by
conceited people . . . enjoys English . . . is partial
to Charlton Heston . . . cares for fried chicken.
MARGERY A. WEIGAND . . . General . . . Mar-
gery was a member of chorus her junior and senior
years . . . has a liking for the Hit Parade . . .
enjoys roller skating . . , relishes steak and French
fries . . . 1ldl.'lI't'S Elizabeth Taylor.
MARY M. WEIGAND . . . General . . . Mary sang
in the chorus her junior and senior years . . . is
partial to Terry Moore . . . has an aversion to boys
who are late . . . math is her dish, believe it or not.
ROBERT M. WERKMEISTER . . . V0cati0nal
. . . Werkie takes great interest in sports . . . rather
admires Alan Ladd . . . more than loves to drive
. . . relishes ham . . . will read anything by Mickey
Spillane . . . plans to join the Air Force.
CHARLES L. WERTZ . . . Vocational . . . Charlie
thinks Alan Ladd is tops . . . can lose himself in
basketball and books by Robert Louis Stevenson
. . . makes much of the saying "Sometimes', . . .
is partial to math . . . relishes pork chops.
D. ROBERT WERTZ . . . General . . . Bob played
drums in the band his sophomore year . . . loathes
girls who talk too much . . . French fries and steak
are his speciality . . . enjoys math and John Wayne
. . . cares for football.
SCENE - i-CFRIKIIILI
A diploma is a permit to really start working.
IANET Y. WEBTZ . . . Business Education . . .
Bonnie sang in Mr. Bohn's chorus her sophomore
year . . . secretary tor English class junior year . . .
is partial to Itock Iludson . . . pizza pie devotee
. . . enjoys collecting records . . . just loves swim-
DONNA G. WEYANDT . . . Business Education
. . . Donna was home room president junior year
. . , vice-president of English class senior year . . .
prefers tried chicken . . . likes Alan Ladd . . . takes
an interest in football . . . delights in reading.
I'lS'l'IlI'Ilt I. WIIABTON . . . College Prep . . .
Esther played in orchestra all three years as a
violinist . . . was member of I"'ellowship Club
junior and senior years , . . takes pleasure in read-
ing books by Grace Livingston llill . . . enjoys
IANET I.. WIIETSTINE . . . General . . . janet
sang in the ehorus all three years . . . takes pleasure
in sewing and cooking . . . makes nmch of the
xvords "All rightyu . . . shrinks from coneeited
people . , . enjoys watching -jackie Gleason on TV.
DONALD B. WIIITE . . . College Prep . . . Don
played forward on the basketball team all three
years . . . was sophomore class president . . . meni-
ber of traek and cross country team sophomore and
junior years . . . sang in a Cappella.
M. GORDON WIIITE . . . College Prep . . .
NVhitey was a member of College Club and Future
'l'eachers ol' America his senior year . . . played
home room basketball sophomore and junior years
. . . delights in playing tennis and basketball.
B. JAMES WHITE . . . College Prep . . . jim
belonged to cross country team junior and senior
years . . . member ot' track all three years . . . was
home room president sophomore and junior years
. . . vice-president of Boys' Federation senior year.
COMMENCEMENT-JUNE 10, 1955
SONNA G. WHITFIELD . . . General . . . Sonna
is partial to swimming and fried chicken . . . en-
joys cooking and listening to music . . . highly
regards books by Grace Livingston tlill . . . takes
an interest in English and Lux Video Theater.
CAROL J. WICKS . . . Business Education , . ,
Carol loves to read and dance . . . enjoys painting
pictures . . . is partial to steak and French fries. . .
thinks Itory Calhoun and Ilit Parade are tops . . .
hopes to beeome a secretary.
ALICE E. WILLIAMS . . . Business Education . . .
Alice sang in the chorus sophomore and junior
years . . . was home room representative junior
year and assistant home room secretary sophomore
year . . . is annoyed by conceited people . . . en-
joys French tries.
BEVERLY j. VVILLIAMS . . . Business Education
. , . Beverly was a member of Horseshoe Staff and
president ot, home room junior and senior years . ..
Ushers' Club representative senior year . . . sang
in chorus sophomore year . . . enjoys dancing and
IIICIIARD A. VVILLIAMS . . . Vocational . . .
Dragnet tan . . , seience is his favorite subject . . .
collects postal cards in spare time . . . guffaws over
jerry Lewis . . . prefers spaghetti . . . will watch
or play baseball anytime , . . wants to go into the
ZANE D. WILLIAMSON . . . College Prep . . .
Zane was senior class treasurer . . . member of
orchestra junior and senior years . . . took part in
band all three vears . . . participated in College
Club . . . won AAA National Drum Major champ-
N. ELAINE WVINELAND . . . College Prep . . .
Elaine sang in a Capella and was home room rep-
resentative junior year . . . was member of College
Club and Girls' League representative senior year
. . . participated in Ushers' Club junior and senior
tion's Almost Here
TH E 195 5
DIANE E. WINTER . . . College Prep . . . Diane
was a member of Academy of Science and was
pianist in a Cappella all three years . . . member
of Ushers' Club junior and senior years . . . pianist
for boys, chorus . . . college bound.
SANDRA WINTER . . . College Prep . . . Sandy
was a member of Ushers' Club, College Club and
Future Teachers of America her senior year . . .
president of home room sophomore year . . . sang
in the chorus sophomore and junior years.
HELEN F. WOLF . . . General . . . Helen sang
in the chorus all three years . . . takes pleasure in
listening to music . . . enjoys collecting postal cards
. . . relishes steak and French fries . . . thinks june
Allvson and Hit Parade are tops.
FREDERICK W. WOUFE . . . Vocational . . .
Fred takes an interest in football and bowling . . .
is partial to author Zane Grey . . . indulges in
reading and driving . . . enjoys watching Ed Sul-
livan on TV . . . hopes to do engineering.
YVONNE I. WOLFORD . . . Business Education
. . . Yvonne delights in eating spaghetti and pizza
pie . . . loves to swim and type . . . Late Show
rates high among TV favorites . . . idolizes John
Derek . . . hopes to become a telephone operator.
LAWRENCE E. WOOLLEY . . . College Prep . . .
Larry takes an interest in working on cars and
driving . . . takes a fancy to Jane Russell . . . en-
joys Spanish and stuffed peppers . . . detests poor
drivers . . . highly regards lack London.
LINDA M. WRAY . . . Business Education , . . a
dyed-in-the-wool baseball fan . . . enjoys steak and
French fries . . . john Wayne is tops among her
stars . . . prefers Dragnet and bookkeeping . . .
makes much of reading and movies.
Yeager, D. Yeager, J. Yon
Young Zimmemian, A. Zimmerman, J.
Zimmerman, L. Zitsch Zorger
SENIOR!! WHO ESCAPED THE CAMERA
Francis D. Bamey, Joyce E. Cherry, Jane A. Funk, Joseph
H. Gallagher, Wilfred J. Ickes, John A. Long, Charles F.
Love, Guy E. Mauro, Gertrude E. Roberts, Gary R.
Rupert, Harry R. Rutter, Samuel C. Williams, Greta G.
Wiley, Allen R. Wissinger.
CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS
American Beauty Rose Blue and Silver
"May Peace and Hope Always Thrive
For This Class of '55.',
TH E 195 5
DARRYL R. YEAGER . . . College Prep . . . played
clarinet and saxophone in band for three years. ..
took part in orchestra sophomore year . . . president
of home room senior year . . . wishes to delve into
the field of electrical engineering.
JOSEPH E. YEACER . . . General . . . Joe is often
heard saying "Dirty bird" . . . loves to go fishing
. . . played trumpet three years in band . . . one of
the few who like P.O.D .... intends to serve
NANCY A. YON . . . College Prep . . . sang so-
prano in a Cappella two years . . . in Senior Sextet
. . . Ushers' Club and representative to Girls'
League her senior year . . . loves Peter Lawford
. . . hopes to become a nurse.
RUSSELL M. YOUNG . . . Vocational . . . Russ
was baseball manager all three years . . . is look-
ing forward to joining the Navy after graduation
. . . has a liking for hunting and skating . . . thinks
trig class is great . . . reads Jack London's books.
ARLENE ZIMMERMAN . . . College Prep . . .
in language department play senior year . . . sang
in chorus sophomore year . . . belonged to Future
Teachers Club and College Club . . . annoyed by
tardy people . . . likes history . . . intends to be
JANET L. ZIMMERMAN . . . Business Education
, . . Jan never misses watching Fireside Theater
on TV . . . idolizes Doris Day . . . has a liking for
dancing, math, and listening to records . . . in-
dulges in chicken with all the trimmings.
LORETTA E. ZIMMERMAN . . . George-Barden
. . . her favorite author is Betty Cavana . . . loves
to dance . . . annoyed by people who are always
late . . . member of chorus sophomore year and
College Club senior year . . . future nurse.
EVELYN M. ZITSCH . . . Business Education
. . . is irritated by people who try to be everything
. . . is often heard saying "Man alivel" . . . always
enjoys doin business math . . . treats herself to
noodles ancf mashed potatoes . . . future steno-
JESSE W. ZORGER . . . Vocational . . . served
as pitcher on baseball team junior and senior year
. . . disgusted by stuck-up girls . . . member of
Varsity A Club senior year . . . wants to go to
Chicago after graduation.
JAMES SERVELLO . . . Vocational . . . ice
cream rates high with James who also likes base-
ball and reading books b Mickey Spillane . . .
plans to fly into the wilcl, blue yonder with the
JANET E. SMALL . . . Business Education . . .
Janet was a home-bound student but will still be
able to graduate with her class . . . enjoys ham-
burgers and movies with Rock Hudson . . . spends
her spare time reading.
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Putlx sum' wcfll lu' all lit up.
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Dr. Blat-k Miss 1,1-van Miss Lowtlicr N'Ir. llanisvy Mr. NYooinm-r
Tlirm' spa-cial cvvnts lmriglltvnr-cl tlu- 1954-
scliool yvar of Altoona lliglfs junior
class. A Ilallowvvn Dance- inaugurat:-cl tlu-
social sm-ason on Saturday. Octolxcr 30.
During tlu- spring inontlis, attvntion center-
m-cl on tln- junior Prom, a formal dance, on
lfriclay, April 15. at Altoonas Penn Alto
llotvl. Tllc- scholastic program closccl with
tlu- annual picnic and clancv at lrakmnont
Park on TlllIl'Sllily'. lunv 9.
Tlu- svconcl year group svlectvtl Holmcrt
VVlu-rry as pre-sicl1'nt and Suv Kearney as
vice-prvsiclmnt soon after tlu- start of the
yc-ar. Sancly Scllocli and Ronald Nicotlemus
wr-rv clioscn as sc-crc-tarv and treasurer rc-
spm-ctiva-ly. Nlmnlx-i's of tlu- executive coin--
mittvv inclumlc-cl Barbara Crivr-lli. Susan
NVoocls, Carol Graham, Sally Stover and
Dorotliv Snwal. This group, clcsignccl to
furtln-r tllc outside- activities of tlic junior
stuclvnts, is sponsorccl lw Mr. Cyril Ramsey.
Mr. Dale- XVoonu-r, Dr. Ilugli Black, Miss
Sally l.m-Van and Miss Mary Lowtlwr.
Varied program of social events mar
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PA HICNTS' YISITATIUN DAY
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'Vashington whirl' on February 19
Left to Right: Shirley Rancri, sccrctaryg Albert Beck,
vice-presidentg XVilliain Mackey, prcsidentg Michael
I' rasca, treasurer.
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On September 9 the AHS class of ,57 be-
came humble sophomores. They lost no
time in getting to know the school, meeting
new teachers, and making new friends.
November 15 saw NVilliam Mackey elect-
ed president. Others elected were Albert
Beck, vice-presidentg Shirley Raneri, secre-
taryg and Michael Frasca, treasurer. The
following executive committee was elected:
Sally Orr, Jacqueline VValker, XValter Dick-
ey, Michael Farrow, and Paul VVinter.
These officers were installed in an impres-
sive ceremony conducted by Mr. Maddocks
on November 30. Included on the program
was an organ selection by Sandra Reifsteck.
A highly successful dance entitled "The
Washington Whirli' was held at the jewish
Center on February 19. Highlights of the
dance Were a cake Walk and a jitterbug con-
Sophomores elected to the Senate to rep-A
resent their class were Marilee Crabill, Mar-
garet Boyles, Neil Port, and Michael
LIC SIIUWVZ "Il Nliglul As NVQ-ll Bm' S1 5,
The roots of education a
JUNIOR PROM: "Yun O
bitter, but the fruit is sweet"
First Row: Nlarilee Crahill. secretaryg Terry Clarke, presidentg Bill N'Vaite, x'iee-presi-
dentg Mr. john Yon, sponsor. Second Row: jucly Lass, Peggy Boyles. Sonya Grabill,
Patty Ginter, Ann Mitchell, Carole Axe, Ann Matlaclx, Sue Kearney, Patty Kepner, Peggy
Nlarsden. Third Row: Howard Spanogle. Albert Beck, Mike NVherry, Neil Port, -lim
lohnslon, Chet VVhite, Bob Crago. Kenny Cearhart, Neal lXleCarxey, Eleanor lthine.
Under the capable direction of Mr. Ion Yon,
the twenty-five members of the Senate, which is
the student governing body of our school, decor-
ated Christmas trees and arranged for the Col-
lege Conference and the sale of Activities Tic-
kets, among numerous other activities. As Presi-
dent Terry Clarke attended the Pennsylvania
Student Council Association in Abington, Penn-
sylvania, where he was elected State Secretary
of the Association. This means Altoona will be
represented at the National Convention in Phila-
delphia during the month of June.
The Senate sponsored mauv fine assemblies,
among them being the Faculty Talent Show and
ihe Student Talent Show, from which the pro-
ceeds were divided between the Horseshoe and
the Student Activities Fund. They also selected
the paid assemblies for next year.
Such timely and varied home room programs
as the ones on manners, fire prevention. school
spirit, school clubs, boy-girl relationships were
planned in detail by this hard-working group.
HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
Frequently during the third period the
home room representatives made trips to
the Senate olliee to carry out their duties
in the financial matters of the school.
These students were responsible for col-
lecting the money for the Activities Tickets,
Horseshoe payments, and student talent
Representatives, who were elected by
their fellow home room members, also con-
ducted home room programs. One of the
outstanding home room discussion pro-
grams of the year concerned ways to im-
prove the school. The student Senate acted
on the many suggestions and tried to in-
corporate many of the useful ones into
The group met quarterly under the guid-
ance of Mr. John Yon for discussion and
aid in directing the home room programs.
First Row: john Limhert, Bill Shaner,
David Ruth, Byron Camphell, Jim
Runyen, Mr. john F. Yon. Second
Row: Ed Campanaro, Roy Long,
Greg xVilliiIlllS, Ron Fluke, Darryl
Yeager, Thom Moyer. Third Row:
Daniel Martino, john De Arinent,
Morley Colm, Neil Port, Bob Dionis,
Paul Swangren, lliehar-cl Lightner.
Fourth Row: Bill Shields, .Illll Vallela,
Bob Crago, Alfred Peterman, Tony
Kelly, Paul Augustine, Paul Ahretslci,
First Row: Esther Langer, Nzmey
Murray, Barhara Reekie, Sonya Gra-
hill, Kay Brown, Marv De Gennaro,
Second Row: Marilee Crabill, Connie
Adler, Ann Cherry, Bose Colahove,
Sandy Smith, Beverly Knee, Jo
Adams, Mr. john F. Yon. Third Row:
Rosalee Young, Sandra Houtz, Nancy
Schmidhaimner, Marjorie Davis, Judy
VVhite, Joyce Werkmeister, Dottie
Smr-al, Joyce llerdlnan. Fourth Row:
Carol Braun, Dolores Freed, Anna
Temple, Shirley Campbell, Marilyn
Brawley, Carole VVeher, Anncena
Barr, Linda lloffnian, Margie Snyder,
Nanev Baird, Mary Ann Lyons.
Mr. Iohn F. Yon
Dr. llugh C. Black
Under the leadership of jim johnson,
presidentg .lim XVhite. vice-presidentg and
Tom Stellahotte, secretaryg the Boys' Fed-
eration entered the 195-1-55 term.
Principal joseph N. Maddocks installed
the oflicers Septeinher 23. ln Octoher Pri-
vate john XVilson of the State Police spoke
on safe driving using a movie which illus-
trated had driving habits.
ln November Dr. Allen of the Army
Nledical Corps showed slides about life
in Korea. The next month Phil Short. Al-
tcona Nlirror sports editor, gave a talk on
Myron liehm and Ronald Corhett, re-
ceived the most valuahle player and block-
er-of-the-year awards respectively on jan-
uary 20 in a program at which Clark Shaf-
fer, -lohnstown athletic director, spoke.
An assistant United States Navy track
coach and former Altoona track star. jim
Cehrdes, served as the February attrac-
tion, While Dr. A. Bruce Denniston. city
school superintendent, spoke at the Nlarch
Mr. llarvey. State College fishing au-
thority, put on a demonstration at the
April gathering. The 195-1 NVorld Series
film was shown in Nlay.
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Left to Right: jainu ohm
son, presideutg Thomas Sta 1
lmotte, seeretaryg QILIIHUS N 7 u 1
lreasurerg Dolores Dodson, viee-
presidentg ,loyee Selnnelzleu, pres-
identg -Indy Kelehner, secretary.
Left to Right: .Indy McGee,
This year the Girls' League featured two
outstanding former graduates on their pro-
gram: Nliss Nlay Ireland '38, a school teach-
er. who spoke on her Work abroad with the
United Nationsg and Sara McGee ,54, a
recipient of one of the Girls, League schol-
arships. who sang for the girls. Also in-
cluded was Nlrs. Peter Portante, who told
ahout her experiences while entertaining
troops in the Far East. Mrs. Anna Rose
YVright. author of "Room for One Nloref'
discussed caring for delinquents. Other
programs included Kathie Speer's winning
oration on the Constitution, a series of
talent shows, and a Christmas play.
The League sponsored a career confer-
ence on nursing in November and one on
the Armed Services in january. A crowd
from the haskethall game flocked to the
Valentine dance on February 11.
At Thanksgiving time S20 was contribu-
ted toward the Senate haskets and at
Christmas S75 to the Salvation Arinv. At
Easter. clothes were taken to the WVillia1us-
The Nlother and Daughter Banquet. with
Dr. Clara Cockerille as the main speaker.
closed the year on a pleasant note.
Mrs. Ruby K. Crumm
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Horseshoe Mountain Echo Compass
Drawing ll 5 ilu- dmnmv.
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Upper Lcfi: lrilllkillg ox 1-1' ilu' film-s.
wer Left: Typing up ilu- final draft.
Looking behind the scenes of the Altoona
High School, the eye of the camera was able
to record many familiar sights in the halls
and class rooms. The yearis work for the
Horseshoe included the assembling of the
evidence produced through this candid
The staff pried into the inner lives of the
,55 graduates to complete the individual
personality sketches. They invaded the
secret quarters of the school clubs and or-
ganizations to reveal even the camouflaged
activities. They endeavored to present
these Write-ups in a form Which would
bring back pleasant memories and the typ-
ists were given the privilege of pecking out
the original manuscripts for this - the
fiftieth edition of the yearbook.
Sports Editors .,,,,,
Editorial Staff .
Looking at the finished product.
.. . Eleanor Rhine
. ......,.. Diane Harris
..,. Howard Spanogle,
Norman McElroy, Anncena
Barr, Marie Rehm, Christine
George, Darlene Cray, Mary
McAdoo, Gloria Salomie, Sher-
ma Samuels, Mona Tilson,
Mary Wallace, Wyona Wilt
Peggy Gottshall, Donna Stam-
baugh, jackie McCord, Beverly
Williams, Patty Cinter
Mr. Charles A. Faris,
Mr. Scott S. Cecsey
QUILL AND SCROLL CLUB
Seated: john Cochran, prcsi-dentg Barbara ML-lntyre, seeretaryg llarry Kauf-
man. vice-presidentg Peggy Marsden, treasurer. Standing: Thonias Mt-Nally,
Nlorris Krape, Miss Mildred li. lleller, sponsorg Beverly Cutshall, Howard
MOUNTAIN ECHO STAFF During the 1954-55 school session
raun, Sally Stover,
, John Cochran,
was aided by the student-produced Mountain
Echo puhlication. Teen-age view points were
expressed through editorials dealing with the
current problems. Human interest features.
cuts, and sports articles added to the appeal
of the newspaper.
Barbara Mclntyre was the author of the
column i'Behind the Pillars", and Peggy Mars-
den wrote the annual "Senior Hi-lights" col-
umn. Another column which helped to give
athletic coverage was "Reflections from the
Sports Circlesv, written hy Howard Spanogle.
Honors achieved through the efforts of the
editors and reporters included first place
awards in the ratings of both the Pennsylvania
School Press Association and the Quill and
All vclitm'ial cmnfc-rcncc'.
Improving on circlllutiml.
Hczlding Hu- galley proofs.
THE MOUNTAIN ECHO
Miss Mabel K. Bowman
For the sophomore coming into high
school, the Compass is one of his most valu-
able possessions. In the Compass are des-
cribed the rules and regulations of the
school, the faculty and students.
Through the efforts of the sophomores,
juniors and seniors who compose this staff,
under the editorship of Pat Kepner and the
sponsorship of Miss Mabel Bowman, tl
much-needed explanation of Altoona Senior
High and its standards are made available
through the Compass.
WVithout the Compass, our sophomores
would be more bewildered than they seem
to be upon entering high school. The Com-
pass furnishes floor plans of the building.
intramural sports information. subjects and
credits required by each grade.
The Compass staff works hard to keep
this book up to date. It reviews the general
rules and regulations of the students.
The Compass is an aid to all students
who are passing through A.H.S. i11to the
Seated: Nancy liaunancusa, proof rcaderg Mary Lou Fickcs, Pat Kepner,
editor-ni-clnefg .Ioan Spinamola. Standing: Carolyn Hoover, Martha Carter,
Lucille Di Prnmo, NValtcr Mullen, Kay Crcen, business inanagerg Sandra
VVeYandl. Miss Nlalmel Bowman.
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H. S. BAND
um-rs iii lizitmi 'I1XYiI'IiIlt.Z Con
Musicians Score High With Fans
At lirmtlmll gnim-s tlw I5l'l'Ii0l'Ill1lllCK' of tht'
pluy't'i's was gl'l'l'tL'tI with mixtid rc-alctiuiis.
hut thnx :Inv thing that allways thvw t'Iwt'i's
twin thi- crowd was tht- hulftimc prvsvii-
tation of tht- 105 -X.lI.S. Imiitisiiicii with
thvir nutty IIIIIIIOFIHS und military precis-
imi Iwi hy il l't'spIt-iitlviit ch'um major mimi
lfrmtlmll SIJCCIRIIOIN iHY21l'IklIJIf' look:-ti tor-
wzircl to tht-sv IHIII-tillli' spot-tuclc-s whcii thc-
hzuicl and ii111jcii'vttt's tlispluyvd tht-ii'
inzircliiiig. playing. zuitl twirhiig ability.
Thv hvst of tho 1-ight iiitvrmissixm shows
pi'0vc'cI to hu the COIIIUCIY not MIICTIIXIINIUIS
IIilIC2lXV1lf'v :uid "Thai Trihiitc to Iim
rIwIl0l'DC,N 21 inorv st-rious typc. Othvr popu-
Izu' acts wt-rv usillllti' to FLIIIICYSN and
PICIISONNICI, OF 1955 BAND
Trumputs: -I, .-Xttv. I. IilICIl2lIlilll. XY. Cairli-r. I,. Culhy, -I. Iliiiamlu. I. liliflilllll. XY. Kin-
Xli N 'N Xl mimi li
sf-r, AI. Yung:-r, Cl. Nluttii-lhm, I. I.i1igi'iii'm'Itt-13 lt, lmfimik. XY. . at-kmy. i'. , ay . , Nlurrziy.
I., l't1lIs. I,. Tiptuii. K. XVm1cI1'ing, K. sIl'UIlIIlt'j4'l'.
Clurincts: I. l3r41mI.1, I. Culvt-rt. Nl. Crich-r. lt, l"h'uL, QI. llailanil. XI. vlulmsuii. U. Kwi-
siiiga-i'. It. lu-rliii. IP, NYintv1', xvIIIIl'l'SDUUll, D. Ye-ings-11 C. Init-als, -I. Nt-ll'. lt. l'ohh-. li. Ptalit.
li. Itvfliu-ig I. hhipm-, N Smith, S. I'I'0IIl'l', I'. Yilm-Ili. 'If NYm'cI. I
Horns: l.. ilaliiilvr. Nl. I'IAll'l'UXV. I.. Km-ziriis. 'l'. XIl't'IlLlll. 'lf Xv1llliIi'K'XX', ll. Xlllrtifl. -I.
Bzwitoncs: Il. .Mt-lim-y. l'. l"zn'is, li. Pc-rim-r. lt, Sunny. C. Smith, ll. Stump.
Tronihmlcss 15. limiltiiiziii. lt. l5l'11iim-1', ll, Clivvailin-it. I". llalvis. lt. cit'Ul'Lfl', lt. KEUIIIIIIZIII.
I. I.:iwi't-lit-v I XXIIIIRIIIISUII. -I. NILIYIIII, VI. NICXIIIIII. P. N11-uthwiills, lt. cyfitllllltilx N. Port.
,-X. Hvlim-i'. C. XYm'iiiic-r, AI. XVhit4'.
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I H Tenor Saxophones: E. Nlartin, N. Maueieri. S. Pellegrine, D. Temple, H. Stoner, j.
St Ira i.
-lalfhme Football Performances
During the fall the hand and majorettes
visited hoth Greensburg and Pennsylvania
State University. Where they entertained
the fans on Band Day from the fifty-yard
line. A new yell entitled "Chargew was
worked out with the aid of Mr. john Nlonti
and his trumpeteers. In addition a smaller
group ol haudsmen helped keep the hall
bouncing at haskethall games.
The annual Band Concert featured six
soloists. several ensembles, a mixed vocal
group, and a girls, sextet with band ac-
companiment. The hand concluded the
school year with their appearance at the
Nlusic Festival in May.
Mr. john C. Monti
Basses: C. Blaeldiuru, bl. ID0llIlgl'l', D. Cilmson, ll. Hniel, H. jordan. VV. Thouipson, C.
t, l. XYallaee.
lFlutc and Piccolo: D. Koelle. Al. Blackburn, D. Goodman, QI. llileinan. Lensou, M.
Bassoon: -I. Urlminato, NI. Mt-Adoo, XV. VVachter.
Oboe: D. Craine, P. Strehle, A. Tavlor,
Alto Saxophone: D. Berry, D. Curry, T. lfoose, H. Cetz, C. Nlarlcel, S. Meyer, D. Ruth,
li Ccntilc f' l
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Drums: YV. Alwiue, G. Auman. D. Biddle, E. Clahaugh, B. Conley, VV. Cover, L. Car-
pthl Nl. Gates, Q. Cates, H. Hansard, L. Fields, L. Laughlin, T. Lloyd, C. Parvin, T. Petro,
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' D. Allmrigh.
Twirler and Librarian: E. Crilfiith.
A Cappella entertains P. S. E. A., sings with Janet Blair a
.-X.l LS. choir i'clicai'ses in the auditoriinn during the sevcnth pi-rind
Xiiss llixlwiilly xIC'ciI'l'j.fKll'
Every seventh period. the auditorium was
filled with the singing of 72 sophomores.
juniors and seniors.
They participated in many activities, in-
cluding the P.S.E.A. convention where thex'
sang "Let There Be Music" hv XVilliains and
"lNlonastei'y Cardcnn hy Katt-llw.
NVith thc coming of Rodgers and llam-
merstc-in's "Oklahoma,' to Altoona, thc A
Cappella choir gave four 1J0l'l'0l'Illi1llCl'S of
singing, the finale with the cast of the show
at ,laffa Mosque.
The student hodv was the recipient of a
delightful Cliristnias program when Niiss
Dorothv McGregor led the choir in sing-
ing, "Twas the Night Before Clu'istinas',,
i'White Cln'istmas" and 'WVinter NVondcr-
landf' The senior sextet presented a melody
of "Silver Bells.
The a Cappella choir completed a very
successful year with their appearances at
the Baccalaureate exercises singing "Lau-
damus Ten hv Mueller and "Give Me Your
Tired. Your Pooru for C201l1ll'l9IlC6tIl'l0llt.
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Features Work of
Pianists and Quartet
Thu eighty-one instruinmitaxhsts ol
thc Altoona High School orclivstni.
nnclvr tho direction of Nlr. Rnssvi
Bohn. had ont- of their most SllL'L'K'SSiilli
sc-usons, chiring which thi- work ot'
thc piunists und thi- string qnzirtc-t was
highlightn ci. Bvtty Ashnnni :incl Diann-
XVintc'r pvrtornivd two hrilliznit con-
cvrtos, and the string qnzntct. coin-
posvd ot' Betty ASiltllilll. Sully' Siirx'vl'.
Carol Estcp, und Linda Cnnninghann.
was highly uppn-ciaxtm-ci at ITT..-X.'s and
CII thc' Christmas progrann.
At thv illllllllli c-oiivc-r't on Nlurch IH
tlw orchestra inchichwl annong its inns-
tvrly pc-i'toi'im1licc-s MZRIIIIIMIN hy Ilan'-
oldg i'Pi'ci1lch5' hy .i2ll'IlK'i:UlxtQ "lfom'c'l'-
to in Cl. Minor", hy Nls'mh'lssohn1
'iMzu'iom'ttcs" hy lszulcg "Mississippi
Snitch hy Crotic. MSIRIYOIHC lthzipsoch'
No. hy Fricchnaning uifoiicvrto No.
9" hy Dv Bc-riot: nhi11l'Cil of tht- Littlv
Tin Soldiers" hv Pivrnc-1 and ullhh
STRING QUARTICT Tide", hy hizlxvvvii.
l.1-it to Right: Carol lCslc-p, Sully SlllAX1'l 'Tiff'VNU'f'0'19'l'N!0dWlfhtl1"11'l"1'11i
Linilii finnninglunn. lim-llx' Astnnmi. picnic at lhgglcs Culp in Innv.
BASS Sl'Xi'l'lflN YIOLINS ANI, Cl'il,l,flS
IA-fl to Night! lioh Xxillii1ll'I', Sznnhn Xtoilv. Left to Right: Carol ICstx'p, Path llznninanni
l2hllI'itGll'il Iinxxsr-r, -limpn-iiiuu' Xtlliki-14, Xlorris Nhnrlhn Uvlrirh. -ls-ani NIL-Ciilslxiv. Szaih Orr
Krnpw, Hvllt- 'Io fiI'2lXXii4ll'li. Alvnnnv llalir. -lilllllllll Ahxinv, llmnnn Yninlrvw, Doroihx
Dvrzko, lyvggy Ann fiannphs-ll, Xlatry l.on
Bnvh-, Lonclhl Xlaillvrn. Sully Snrxvr.
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Almost cvcry morning the hull on thc thircl
floor is nnulc il incloclious luncl of inusic whcn
Miss Alum lChcrlc's chorus pructiccs thc statc-
ly uncl hcuutiful songs that arc thc hullinurk
of this group. This group ol' sixty-four girls'
voiccs is coinposccl of thrcc inclivicluul class
pcriocl choruscs which coinhinc thcir tnlcnts
for spcciul programs. Thc girls sing mostly
clalssicul and scculau' nulnhcrs. hut occzlsionnl-
lv clo popular oncs.
Tlw chorus has appcurccl in thc Altoona
lligh School. P. T. Afs. thc XVl'll'l'LlllS llospitul
uncl ovcr NVHTA. Thc highlight of thc scnson
for Miss lihc-rlc's chorus wus thc Klan' Fcstirul
whcrc it conihinccl with othcr choral groups
to sing ll rcpcrtoirc of hcuutiful songs.
The chorus fcuturccl this ycur, Allow Lovcly
ls Thy Dwclling Plziccw. hy T0l12l1lIlCS lirulnnsg
und two scculau' nulnhcrs. mln An Olcl Fush-
ionccl Curclcn" illlil i'Thc Song ls You."
NIISS IBPRI ITS CHORUS
x XI ux Xnn li ul Iunt lunnn nn in ll ll'l52ll'll Uulrow, Norman l7ilu-rl. Ucc lAlIlQ'1llll'll1l.
X if u'y XVciga1ncl. Second Row: Kcturuli Nlills. Do-
ltl', l'lll'llllUl' llosllcr. Doris XlL'UCl4'lllllS, -Iainct
1 we :lm Third Row: Alicc llogains, Tln-rcsu lfurgionc, Nancy
1 cy Xliclicl, Nlorcu f:l'l'lll2ll1, llitii Dclricco,
MR. BOHN'S CHORUSES
Nlany times during the year Mr. Bohn's m,X . EigTQi....t h-., 2 iQ Q
choruses can be heard in the halls of the third "1A,
floor the fifth and sixth periods singing some ""iiV
of the best music ever sung in A. H. S.
They specialize in religious music by Bach, 1
Brahms. and Mendelsohn, which they have ii'L p p
sung at ten churches throughout the year. The - i,., V X ' I n
choruses combine their talents when they pre- F iii My V i
sc nt these programs. Together the group fx. y.
totals seventy-nine girls. 1 F ' to
ullow Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place" by L mai.
Brahms and i'Uld Fashioned Carden" by Cole ,
Porter are among the selections they will ren-
der at the May Festival.
The choruses presented a Christmas pro-
gram of sacred music for the student body.
They also sang for the Kiwanis Club on May 4.
lu addition to class time spent on their
music. they devote many nights of after school
practice to improve their repertoire which
stands at two hours of continuous singing with-
Mr. Russel K. Bohn
Featured soloists are Sallv Garber, Barbara
Tavlor. and Peggy Irvin.
MR. BOHN'S CHORUS lSeniorsJ
First Row: Carolyn Shaw, joycc Fluke, Nlary ,lean Tonslxi, Norma Edwards, Ruthaim Maguire
Nancy Bathurst, Rhea Counsman, -lanet YVhetstine, Pattv Adams. Second Row: Bernadette
Gibbons, Priscilla Price. Robyn Taylor, Marie Petrogallof Lennie Alianiello, Dolores Pietsch
Barbara Taylor, -lean Mountain. Third Row: Hester Robison, Vicki Pileggi, .Ieanette Scalice
Peggy Irvin, Donna Fields, Sally Garber, Diane Robbins.
aft. M .drier Q g
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X :lost up of Rebecca Hill in the role
The high spot of the Dramatics Department year was the
presentation of the Language Department Play "A Dance With
Our Miss Brooksw November 19 and 20. The play was centered
around a dance to be presented in the high school gym. Miss
Brooks, played by Rebecca Hill, had her heart set on going to
a dance with the football coach, played by Walter Dickey. De-
spite the fact that the committee went over the budget. the
principal fell through the decorations, and the football coach
sprained his ankle. everything came out all right the night of
the dance. The play was a tremendous success and was enjoyed
thoroughly by an enthusiastic audience.
Principal VVadswortb tells oil- the President of the P. T. A. fTela Cohnj
in the presence ot the entire ensemble.
si-r. Xliuni Cimlwm-i-. Snunlru XYoll'. :Xrlym
Kneeling: l,nis l'1n'smis. Sainclrai Si-lim-Ii
l7Jl'W'l'lj' Knm-. .-Xnnal Klan- Klinv, Carole
lJ1lIllll'1'll. llanrlmin llrulnnn. l'ni1'lmm lllnnu'
Nanivy lliulwlls. Snsain -l2lt'lxSUll.
Standing: Cfzmwl Xlaulxin. x'l'l'I11l lilnmlvs
llmnizl .-Xli-ull, Susan Xlhomls.
ln lvrislx wincls or callin XVl'lltlIl'l', nnclvi' flux Qlllfl' ul tlu-
llnoml lights or in tlu- luriglit snnliglit. tln- 29 lll2lj0l'0tt1'S liigli-
stc-ppm-cl tln'onQ,li tlwir rontinvs lac-low cln-cwliil :incl zlppwc-izltivc
cmwcls alt lootlmaill gmm-s. puruclcs, anal utlwr occasions. Six
young XVUIIICII lll lull flrvss llnllorln with lmnnvrs or l'lllUS unn-
prisvnl lllll color gllilfil. Tlu- A. ll. is proncl of lmotli of thi-so
girls' groups who lmvv clvvotcnl so Il1lll'l1 tiinc- to clrill anal runtim-
in urclc-r to i'c'pi'c's1-lit tlwir scllool on pnlmlic 0L'CilSl0llS witll sncll
lxnccling: l'icln.i Flmln-1-ii, llllllllil Nlcnnn, llclorvs llnnl. Sm' Kl'lll'lll'Y.
St.1mlim.5: Nun:-3' .-Xinlu-isvr. Num-y Slim-4-tx. Sanulrn Sh-1-li-. Alivm' linau-lnmn. -lncly lllaicls-
linrn. 'Yann-3 Xlillvr, mil Yvaigi-ij Gloria Nlirulwllzl. Num-3' XYnucl1'i11g.
Luft to lligllt: Cin-nl flfllllillll. Cliiil Hus-
Sll'1lXX'. Sanulin lllimli-s, Nanivy lllK'l3llllt'. Pnl-
"V gf ci
Social Vocational Educational
Promote Scientific and Religious Prolects
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Science students study water pressure.
lFirst Row: Kirk NVicker, vice-presidentg Neal Mc-
Carvey, president, jack Cedmarlf, treasurerg George
Kensinger. Second Row: Carolyn Coodfellow, Patty
llannnann, Carol Graham, Joyce Sclnnelzlen, Diane
Winter, Peggy Marsden, Nancy Otto, Jeanne Cessna,
Dolores Dodson, Mr. Harold NVimrner. Third Row:
Peter XVinnner, Roger Kerlin, Nils Matolay, Daniel
Martino, Dick Sutter, jim Gorman, Jack Lydic. David
Becker, Charles Burtnette, Donald Hayes.
First Row: Morgan Smith, Norma McElroy, vice-
presidentg Hobert Brunner, song leadcrg Donna Dod-
son. secretary: Ann Cherry, president, Miss Sarah
Duncan. Second Row: JoAnn Amato, Lucille Sicken-
berger, Delores Coley, Juanita Long, Deanna Baer,
Alice Munnnert, Peggy Irvin. Third Row: Connie
XVagner, Esther VVharton, lloward Spanogle, Marjorie
Davis, Kathleen Fetter, Arlene Fetter.
First Row: Shirley lNIanspeaker, Nancy Edmundson,
Barbara Bittiug, Esther XVharton, Peggy -lo Strehle,
lloselnary Fasick, Dorothy Grove, Dolores Dodson,
Nancy Feathers, Jeanne Cessna, Patsy McKinstry.
Second Row: Mr. Robert Isenberg. Pat O'Leary, Don-
ald Craine, Norma McElroy, Howard Spanogle, Ann
Matlacli, Sylvia Irwin, Thomas Foese, presidentg
Janice Manley. Third Row: jean Lefkow, Julie Iloar.
Cordon VVhite, Robert Ake, Larry Irvin, Sally Suryer,
Fellowship Club listens to missionary guest.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Harold WVimmer the
Academy chose as its main project the hanging of a
pendulum in the third floor lightwell. In the line of
individual projects some students worked at the Ty-
rone Paper Mill and one boy at the Altoona Sewage
Plant. The members presented their projects at the
science fairs at Indiana State Teachers' College and
Pennsylvania State University. A highly successful
science fair of their own was held on April 30. Neal
McGarvey, president, represented the Academy at the
KDKA science quiz on April 10.
Under the leadership of Miss Sarah Duncan the
Fellowship Club met every other Thursday through-
out the school year. They engaged speakers from
several local churches and mission boards. On the
weeks when no regular meeting was held, the group
met in 229 to learn how to operate a lithograph
During the Christmas season, the group went up-
town to sing carols and afterwards went to the Eastern
headquarters of Gospel Recordings for a party.
Two days, visitation in the elementary and junior
high schools of the city highlighted the program of the
Future Teachers of America. Another field trip in-
cluded a day of college life at the Pennsylvania State
University to get acquainted with the educational
courses offered. The senior group, directed by liobert
Isenberg, heard local supervisors explain their pro-
fession. Officers of the F.T.A. were Tom Foose, presi-
Lientg Don Craine, vice-presidentg and Beverly Cut-
College Club members inspect scholarship material.
The College Club is organized for the benefit of
those students who wish to enter college, to give them
information concerning the various colleges, to give
scholarship information, and to help students prepare
for and select a suitable college. lnasmuch as the per-
centage of graduates who go to college from this
school is sometimes as high as 20 per cent of the gradu-
ating class, this organization renders a substantial
The 150 members, all seniors, met about every six
weeks to listen to Dr. A. Bruce Denniston, Mr. Edgar
Brooks, and officers from several colleges, including
the Altoona Undergraduate Center. Mr. Timothy
Roberts, one of the sponsors, was also able to procure
a fihn of Pennsylvania State University for a spring
Under the direction of Mr. Harold Stong the scholar-
ship committee distributed information concerning
procedures relative to College Board Examinations
and the methods of applying for scholarships.
Through the cooperation of the principal's office
the students interested in going to college were given
the American Council of Education Psychological
Examination, from which their percentile rank could
be determined for college entrance.
Dr. Ilugh Black and Mrs. Ruby Crumm were ap-
pointed as scholarship advisors for the students in-
terested in scholarship aid. Over 150 scholarships were
available to qualified high school students last year,
the amount of money provided by the scholarship de-
pending on the financial situation of the student and
the terms under which the scholarship was established.
Approximately 50 scholarships were procured by stu-
dents in the Altoona Iligh School last year.
Mr. Isenberg addresses fixture pedagogs.
COLLEGE CLUB QA to Gl
First Row: Morea German, Carolyn Goodfellow, Bar-
bara Bitting, Martini Carter, Ann Cherry, Rosemary
Fasiek, Dorothy Grove, Nancy Feathers, treasurer,
Christine George, Bill Funk, Donn Betar. Second
Row: Judy Davis, Patty Adams, Georgia Gable,
Marie Freed, Sonya Grabill, Nancy Edmondson,
Dolores Dodson, Jeanne Cessna, Alice Engelmann,
Robert Ainsworth, VVenda Corbin. Third Row: Donna
Edwards, john Cochran, Quentin Gates, Ray Etters,
Louis Epstein, Richard Curry, Terry Clarke, Bob
Crago, Clifford Cashman. Fourth Row: Georgie Al-
len, Norma Edwards, Donald Craine, Robert Ake,
james Gorman, Rodney Baker, Robert Eakins, Tom
Foose, Charles Burtnette, Dick Antes, john Buchan-
an, Larry Garrett.
COLLEGE CLUB iH to Ol
First Row: Martha Hickey, Donna Love, Nancy
Hewitt, Norma McElroy, Peggy Irvin, Becky Hill,
jean Lefkow, Ann Matlack. Second Row: Deanna
Luci, Shirley Manspeaker, Pat O,Leary, julie Hoar,
Sonia McGee, Alice Martin, Patsy McKinstry, Janice
Manley, Mary ML-Adoo, Judy Leix, Patty Kepner,
Nancy Otto. Third Row: Bruce Lingenfelter, jack
Lydie, Neal MeGarvey, Dave Hite, Jerry Kehoe,
Marvin Nail, Ronald Orner, Mike Kyper, George
Keusinger. Fourth Row: Francis Hainley, Robert
jubelirer, Alan Karp, Larry Irvin, Paul Oakman, Jim
Johnston, Mert Keller, Ron Kaufman.
COLLEGE CLUB CP to Zl
First Row: Eleanor Rhine, Mary Wallace, Loretta
Zimmerman, Esther Wharton, Peggy jo Strehle,
Lnanna Vandrew. Second Row: Vema Rhodes, Wilma
Wachter, Gladys Thompson, Diane Winter, Sue
Price, Arlene Zimmerman, Sally Surver, Ioyce
Schmelzlen. Third Row: lloward Spanogle, George
Stump, William Russ, Don Steele, jack Slates, Lou
Ptak, Don Shoemaker. Fourth Row: joe Urbinato,
Zane WVilliamson, Fred Sorrick, Gordon White, Don
Temple, Darryl Yeager, Dick Roonev, Ken Smith.
Acquaint Pupils with Requirements of College
L x I ll
Teach Students the Rules of Safe Driving
Street patrol holds traffic at crossing.
CAR-TEENS CLUB II
First Row: Nancy Hauek, Carolyn Ciavarella, Shirley
NVatkins, Helen Diehl, Barbara Dutrow, Norma Di-
hert, Shirley Koch, Lena Pellegrino, Valerie Nemic,
Rosemary Fasick. Second Row: jane Springer, Mary
Ann Steele, Bonnie Lawrence, Iris Swanger, Emily
Iacovetti. XVanda Rhiver, Richard Conrad, Dale Bid-
dle, Arlene Johansen. Miss Marie Lauver. Third Row:
Carmella Mollica, Roberta Wessner, Barbara Flieg-
erbauer, Peggy Eichenlaub, Lodema Lewis, Lucille
Sickenberger, Ann Fetterman, Gertrude French, Gloria
Petta, Sandra Houtz, Patty Singer. Fourth Row:
Marcy llenry, Donna Fields, Diana Lozinak, Kirby
Slllldgll, Mary fleiss, Fred Brown, Allan Brethauer,
Karl Davis, Paul Buoymaster, Ed MacFalls, Bill
First Row: Mr, Frank Ghessic, Nancy Lytle, Donni
lliner, Robert McConnell, Ann Fetterlnan, Melvin
Settle, Valeria johnson, Don Bowers.
CAR-TEENS CLUB I
First Row: Beverly Knee, Sallv Lang, Donna Eckley,
Shirley Imler, Janet Conway, Mr. Archie Umstead,
Mary Mayernick, Lorraine Nagle, Barbara Bitting,
Mary Brothers. Second Row: Bill Burk, Norman Ball,
john Howard, Paul Augustine, Donna ML-Clarren,
Gabriella Tornatore, Marilyn Brawley, Martha Carter,
Joyce Kushner, Norma Marks. Third Row: Paul
Sheets, Charles Harshberger, Ronald Gordon, Mike
Myers, jack Evans, Ed Dailey, Bob Hmel, Charles
Burtnette, Jo Ann Amato. Fourth Row: Ronald Nico-
demus, Larry Green, Paul Unverdorben, Bob Dionis,
Cloyd Buck, Randy Thompson, lack Slates, Phil
Tipton, Dee Langanella.
While Mr. Umstead explains what's under the hood to driving cliss
The Car-Teens Club is sponsored by Miss Marie
Lauver and Mr. Archie Umstead. During the year
members elected as officers Cloyd Buck, president,
Paul Augustine, vice-president, Robert Dionis, secre-
tary, Edward Dailey, treasurer, and Joyce Kushner,
publicity secretary to promote club activities.
The ideal of the club is to have students become
more interested in skillful and safe driving than in
show-off driving. The members of the group learn
the proper attitudes that should be taken when travel-
ing on the highway or city street.
In the spring the group got together and practiced
many skill tests, including backing, parking in
measured areas, and driver reactions, in preparation
for the Iaycee's Rodeo. The club met once a month
for movies, speakers, and discussions, all of which
centered around safe driving and what can be done
to prevent accidents.
The members of this club are graduates or members
of the safe-driving class. They take several hours of
driveris training each week for one semester under the
supervision of Mr. Archie Umstead. The students
practice on a driving course operated by the State
Police at Hollidaysburg.
The Street Patrol, with Mr. Frank Ghessie as faculty
sponsor, cooperated with the school guards throughout
the school year. The main duty of the partol is to keep
students off the streets until the signal to cross is
given by the school guard. Business meetings are held
ence a month. The patrol has been the biggest factor
ln preventing accidents in crossing the streets near
the school. This year there were no accidents, thanks
to the efficiency of the ten members of this club.
Future Business Leaders undergo initiation - VVhile their colleagues turn out copy on the mimeograph
Altoona lliglfs "l lall of Fame", the Varsity "A" Club,
honors letter winners annually as a part of a plan to
increase active participation in sports and to support
the athletic program. Currently in its second year, the
club has 60 members from the football, baseball, track,
cross-country and basketball squads. The group is
sponsored by the AIIS school board and is headed by
Dr. Hugh Black, dean of boys.
A gridiron awards asembly inaugurated the club's
first meeting of the 1954-55 year. Myron Behm was
presented with the Mountain Lion blanket award
while llon Corbett received the ublockerv award. Clark
Shaffer, athletic director at -lohnstown High, served as
guest speaker. Dr. Black also made letter presenta-
tions to the basketball. track and baseball teams after
their respective seasons.
T. A. P.
Traffic and Patrol, better known as TAP. is the best
friend a sophomore could have. Sponsored by Miss
Marie Lauver. the club fulfilled its function by assist-
ing students and visitors to find their way around our
school. Each member was assigned a roving position
around a small portion of hall and stairways. VVhite
letters on maroon armbands identified the members,
whose officers were: general captain, Neal McC-arvey,
floor captains. Eleanor Rhine, Sally Garber, and john
F. B. L. A.
The Future Business Leaders of America. sponsored
by Miss Hazel Krouse, met twice a month for the pur-
pose of preparing students in the Business Education
Department to become better business leaders. The
club is honorary and students must meet certain scho-
lastic and personal requirements before becoming
members. This year the members of the club toured
the First National Bank and assisted with the P.S.E.A.
VARSITY "AU CLUB
First Row: Bill VVaite, Terry Clarke, Francis Hainley,
Ronald Corbett, Bob Crago, president, Barry Kauf-
man, Harry Pellegrine, Donn Betar, Samuel Cam-
pagna. Second Row: Bob VVherry, john Buchanan,
Mert Keller, vice-president, Ron Detwiler, John
Hyder, -lim Johnston, Robert Irvin. Third Row: liich-
ard Curry, Donald Craine, Bruce B. Hostler. Frank
Arnold, Norman Mc-Call, ,lim Peterson. Fourth Row:
Terry NVard, Herbert Stoner, Dave Clinger, Al Taylor,
David Glasgow, Kirk Wicker. Fifth Row: Dr. Hugh
Black, Tom Stellabotte, William Buss, Paul Sheets,
jess Zorger, -lames Swanner, George Rexford.
First Row: Peggy Lucas, Sally Garber, Sandra VVinter,
Neal McGarvey, ,lean Lefkow, Faun Cox, Patty
Lucas. Second Bow: Miss Marie Lauver, Shirley Di-
bert, Sandy Stellahotte, Sue Kearney. jean Beifsteek,
Kay Brown, Judy Lass. Third Row: Peter Wimmer,
john Buchanan, Bob NVherry, Kirk NVieker, Richard
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS
First Row: Mary Ann Lyons, reporter, XVanda Bou-
sum, president, .lim Peterson, vice-president, Peggy
Gottshall, treasurer. Second Row: Miss Hazel G.
Krouse, Sandra Rhodes, Maureen Roberts, Mary Ann
Steele, Nancy Lamancusa, Romayne Shay, Margaret
Folk, Peggy Grove. Third Row: Dolores Lastort,
Hester Robison, jackie McCord, joan Serventi, Kath-
rvn Krause, Judy Counsel, Marv Christlmeier, Patty
Ferguson, Helen Mittermeier. Fourth Row: Lucille
Sickenberger, june Smith, Barbara Snyder, Carole
Weber, P-ltty Ginter, Josephine Terloskey, Leta
Laich, Alleane Clair, Theresa Sukala, Audrey
Help Youth To Pursue Vocations and Avocations
'Q ff ' 'fa'
v . .
Lo-sponsori-d hx' Miss Nluric LAIIIYUIA and
Nliss lrvnv SilllSK'l'lll2lll, thc Ushi-rs' Cluh has
comm- an lX'l'lllllll1'lll part of .-X. ll. amd has
lnlpi-ml to dress up manly programs. Tlir-sv
flrls Ilslwrvcl at alll thc' homc lillillllllll gmnvs
md this V1'2ll'ill tha- l'. S. lu. A. C,om':lntioo. At
thc- llilllll amd orc-lic-stru com-L-i'ts. tlu- Laur-
"A Prvtty Cirl ls Like- ai Mc-lodx'."
guugv Dvpurtmcnt Play, Baicczllzlilwaxtv and
ClOIHIllCllCl'lNl'IIt oxcwcisvs, thc girls drvsscd in
whitc formals to hand out programs and show
pc-oplc to tlwir sc-nts. Tha- club uv0i'ugc's from
sixtv to sixtv-fivc mcmlucrs, nominate-cl and
clvctccl hy club mvmlwrs, and has two cup-
tzliiis and two co-czlptuiiis.
USIIICRS GROUP I
First Row: Sonya Cruhill.
Nancy Ili-with lfaum Cox.
Czlrolc Axv, Nlairx' l,ol1
Nlalitcis. Nanny ElllllllllllSUlT,
XV1'ucl11 Corbin. Kao' Brown.
-lozmn lilzu-la, Kay Crvvn.
Miss ll'l'll1'SLIIISUFIIIAIII. Third
Row: liliznlmvllr llollniaii.
Jilllwlllll K4-nm-dy, Sm- Kmar-
licy, julim- llonr, Put john-
ston, Shirlvy Blllilll, Nlilfli'
Frcccl, Dolorvs IJ o Ll s o ii.
USHERS GROUP II
First Row: Sunclrzl XViolvr,
Szuiily Sh-llulmottv. Num-x'
'l'olt4'ii, Partly 1.111-ns, Bzii'lmi'ai
Tottvn. Pvggv l,m-us, Nmrcy
Sulralffm-1', .Indy Lass. Second
Row: Bliss Nlnriv Lailw-r.
Doiiiiu NIL-Clau'rc-ii. Ardith
Ulvwinv. .lou-if Sn-liiiwlxlcii.
lll'Yl'l'ly Ti o in m , llolorvs
Lzistort, Doris ll2ll'SllllS. lmui
L4-lkow, Ann Txlaitlm-k, l'll4'il-
nor lihiiu-. Third Row: Nun-
C5' Yon. Sonia Nlq-Gi-iz Path'
lylC2ll'Y, Carole NVQ-lu-r, .lum-
Smith, Lois Nloriuu. Bm-xcrly
NN'illiun1s. D i ll ii 0 XVintvr,
Elnim- xl'lllUlllllCl. .lvzin llliss.
'l'z1m-yliill, captain: Kaithiv
Spam-r, vzlptsiing -lirdith llilv-
maui. lll'llll'Il1lIlfQ llc-ttx' Dv
Second Row: Carolyn Cood-
lvllow, li Ll r lr ai r il l':lJlll'I'.
llosvniinzl f:L'I'll1ll'Kl, ,lamin-
lfostvr, ll0Sl'IlIilI'Y Cuputo.
SPECIAL EDUCATION GROUP
First Row: Shirley Mt-Caeliren, Gail Deaver, Roberta VVessner, Carolyn Eirhart, Carmella
Molliea, Geraldine Eby, Emma Mineniier, Mary Iniler. Second Row: joseph Robeson, Glenn
Miller, Robert Trenkle, Roosevelt Cobbs, XVilliam NVilson, Daniel NVolfe. Raymond Cole, David
Bingham. Third Row: VVayne Biddle, Allen Clemens, Emil Cox, Edward Frieclenberger, Donald
The Special Education curriculum is available
to those students Who have shown a need for
more than average individual help or for a
specialized program designed to provide each
student with the best possible training of his
abilities. From the elementary school to the
Senior High School it stresses education for life-
adjustment and specifically emphasizes the fol-
lowing goals for each student:
1. Mastery of the fundamental skills of read-
ing, writing, listening, and speaking effec-
2. Learning to find solutions to the current
problems of youth as Well as preparing
for the solving of the future problems of
3. Learning the personal satisfaction of in-
dividual achievement as the result of
dealing successfully with those tasks
Within the range of their abilities.
4. Realization of the dignity of Work and the
role and responsibilities of the worker in
the life of the community.
5. Development of Wholesome recreational
interests and abilities in the individual.
The former graduates of this curriculum have
repeatedly shown the vocational success that is
possible when sufficient interest, education
geared to abilities, and continuing guidance are
combined to help the student become a happy,
NKl'1'l'AW.-KRIJ: UI,uuk for Hu' Silxvr I,illillQ.u
Not in an Ivory Tower, but in the
IOHNSTOVVN VICTORY: ml-'ilfty XVciu1dn't Bvli
Free Fight of Competitive Ideas - - "
l'lllCOlIIltl'l'llljl svvc-nil of tlu- top tvznns in
tliis part of tlw stutv, the Altoona Mountain
Lions, in tlic-ir sz-concl svuson nnclcr Couch
lianrl Strolnn, finislu-rl tlic 1954 gridiron
c'znnpnign with ai rc-spvctulmlc rvcorcl of five
wins :incl live- sc-tlmc-ks.
Ove-r thi- sm-uson tlw Llvfvnsv guvn- up 160
points to tlu-ir opponi-nts, wliilc- thc offvnsv
crossc-rl tln- goal and split tlu- npriglits for 11
total of 152 points. Two linonu-n won indi-
viclnnl llonors for tlic- yvur. Stxllifll' guurcl
Nlyron lim-lnn cmiic-cl tlw 'loo F. Colwn most
vzilllulmlc- lJlilVl'l' lmlunkz-t 2lVV2ll'Cl. wliilv Hon
Corlwtt. unotlicr gnurcl, was clioscn lmloclcci'
ol' tlim' vc-uit
Tln- initial contcst of tlic- season wsliltvcl
in u sniusliing 26-0 victorv over DuBois, If-cl
lay all-stzltv Cum- lNlikc-lonis, as tllv Altoona
l'orwzu'cl wall clialrgc-cl 4-ffm-ctivcly :incl tlw
olifviisc- cliclu'Ll Wvll.
CclOlltlllll1'Cl on pugc- l32j
L l. S E A S 0 N
show improvement in second year under Coach Strohm
'Sw Q rN:"NjSjY'ini vsygj.-:sgswssx4-.sfyfj'gfgQvjH'7S:
1954 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
IFirst Row: Ronald Corbett, Paul Porta, Terry Wzlrcl, Curtis Plow man, john Hyder, Robert Crago, Francis llaiuley,
Louis DeAngelis, Ronald Cottshall, Barry Kaufman, VVillia1n VVaite. Second Row: Hearl Coach Earl Strohin,
Assistant Coach Wallace Fields, George Rexlord, Kirk VVic-ker, Frank Annner, NNillizun Gardner, john Carac-
eiolo, NVillia1n Hatch, VVillia1n McKee, james SWill1l'lL'l',I11L'li Sponsler Robert Miller, Charles Diteher, Assistant
Coach Harry Dinges. Third Row: Thomas Hurst, George Parson, Paul Beres, Paul Sheetz, Myron Hehin, XVeslex'
Gardner, Michael DeStephano, Bert Stoner, james Peterson, Allison Taylor, Donald Craine. Fourth Row: Man-
. , - N V. V H' Iwhlllr.. xrr
' f -r Eclwuil Cihson, lkhn-iger Sam Calnpagua, Manager Edward Blair, Robert Ilowsarc, Harry lc cgiini. erry
.ig . 1 g .
Clarke, Robert McFarland, Michael Vllherry, Manager Holiert Dunn, Manager Vlfilirecl Boyer.
26 . DuBois ,. , 0
21 VVincllmer , 27
19 WVestinghous3 . 7
13 . . Peahocly ,. .. . 7
G New Kensington 39
15 . Greenshurg . ,. . . 7
20 . .. lohnstown . , . ,. 27
6 Farrell ,. . .. .. 12
0 . , . xVllllLll1lSDOI't 23
26 . . Latrolme . . 6
152 , 'Total . . . . 160
Five wins, five
SINGLE WING EXPERTS
Left to Right: Coaches Harry Dingres, Earl
Strohln, VVally Fielrls.
T crry Clarke
O U R G RI D D E RS
Senior Myron Relwm wins blanket award
Dads watch proudly as players pc-rform against juwns.
Bill White I4
Locals Score Upset Over Greensburg, 15-7
fContinued from page 128D
In spite of a superb second half come-
back the Altoona team just fell short of
overtaking Windber in the second game and
dropped a close decision, 27-21. Following
this reverse the A.H.S. gridders rebounded
to defeat two Pittsburgh schools - West-
inghouse, 19-7, and Peabody, 13-7.
In the fifth game New Kensingtonis Red
Raiders unleashed a high-powered offense
to give the Lions their worst defeat of the
year, 39-6. However, the Strohmmen came
back in their next outing to upset Greens-
burg. With Curt Plowman going up the
middle most of the time and jim Swanner,
a sophomore quarterback, utilizing the
other backs for variety, the Altoona squad
jolted G.H.S., 15-7.
In the annual Trojan-Lion clash it was
too much big Bernie Crunza as he led his
team mates to a 27-20 triumph. The Moun-
tain Lions played a hard-fought game be-
fore a Dad's Day crowd. but were behind
all the way. Plowman scored twice and
Terry Clarke crossed the goal the other
Two more losses followed as Farrell
edged the Lions, 12-6, and Williamsport
routed the locals, 28-0. It was the only
game in which Altoona failed to score.
I11 the season finale against Latrobe, Al-
toona Halfback Bert Stoner scored on an
S7-yard opening kickoff return to ignite the
A.H.S. offensive attack. The Lions went on
to chalk up a 26-6 victory
Serinnnage play in -layvee niateh with Captain laeli.
The 1954 grid edition of the Altoona High Junior
Varsity sueeessfully eompletecl the eanipaign with a
.500 average Q4--ll. The Little Mountain Lions,
eoaehed hy jack Hopper, averaged 24 points of-
fensively and gave up 17 digits per game.
The XVindlmer Ranihlers started the season on a
sour note, upending the loeals, 19-12.
-Iini Swanner pulled the log of the balmy Mountain
Lions up to par with a pair of TD's against Smith
-48-13, and scored two touehdowns against Roherts-
dale, although Altoona lost to the Tigers, 23-14.
junior seathaek Bert Stoner tallied a pair of pay-
dirt runs against Bedford in the AHS junior win over
the Bedford Countians, 221-0. Boh llowsare sparked
the third win with a 70-yard reeovered-flunhle run
against Mount Union, 27-7. A 33-14 shellaeking of
Chief Logan gave the loeals their linal vietory of
Losses were suilered at the hands of -lohnstown's
hosts, 37-20, and at the hands of NVillia1nsport in
the final tilt of the season, 18-14.
1954 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD
First Row: john Pellegrini, Roosevelt Cohlas. joseph Cohnnho, llonald Fluke, NValter
lVest, Ronald Dickerson, james Miller, lliehard Wolfe, Henry llaefaro, Marlyn Boyles, NVil-
liain Stonebraker, john ML-Quade, Richard llalney. Second Row: NValter Nlnllen, Donald
Bowers, Dennis Biekley, Charles Campbell, Dean McKnight, Morley Cohn, Calvriel Pelle-
grini, George Wfalker, Julius Stitller, wvllllillll Cinniek, David Edwards, Edward Tooks.
Third Row: Coaeh Byron Ashburn, Henry Prosperi, llohert Calise, john Hoover, Kiln Myers,
Michael Frasea, joseph lXlnrphy, Coaeh jaek Hopper.
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Five Bows To Troians in District Six Finals
lion Dm-twilvr gI'1llTS lmull frmn two Tmjuns us Huy uml Cllvt NVliitc await rcsult.
GS Kittauniiiig llll ,.-16
TH XVimllw1' QA? GT
T5 Luck llllX'l'lI MU , ..-1T
TT fillLlIlIlll'I'Sllll1'g Ll ll 69
'14 lhiciiivslim' LIU . .5T
Trl l,lIIlXSlltllXYlll'y CI li ,. . 59
fifi 4lUlIIlSiUXYl1 QIIJ . 65
T-l l.L'WfSllm'11 llll . . 58
515 XYllll1llllS1lUl'l Qlli . , 51
S9 cllll1'l-Lligllll LAI 46
39 clUlll'Ill2lllgll lil .... 39
56 l'linxs11tzm'm-y MU 53
56. -Iulmstuwu LAJ
59 , xVL'StlllUHl fAJ
S4 .... XVll1CllX'l' llll ,
QT., .. Cllll1'lllllllgl1 ill?
62. . XVillizn11spo1't MJ
GU. ., L4-wistmvn ll-U
SIU.. .,x'Vi'Sllll0lll Clli
ST . Chic-li Logan ill? .
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BT ..-Iolmstuwxi L,-U
l-554 ,. .. .. .'l4Ut2llS
,. . -.
mmury: 14 wins: lixo lord
O'Donnellmen on Short End in
llol-ning grulrs I'l'llllllll4l in .l.X'. xic-tory mm' l,l'XKlSlllXX'll. Ullwr Altoona: plnyf-rs nrv llivli
f.I'llIll illlll I'l'illlli .'XIllllH'l'.
Compiling il rc-coral of IT wins in 22 gzlnws,
ilu- Nlountaun lnon ca1gcl's 1lLlYilllL'0ll to tlw
Dislrivt Six l'.I..-X..-X.linulsonlytodrop11lmrcl-
longlnt mlm-vision to tln- ,IUllllSfUXVIl fin- on tlw
XVQU' xlK'llIUl'lill lhloor. 68-67. ln Pl'UYl0llS play-
oll' zwtion :Xltoonu lmcl onstc-cl Slam- Colle-gc.
Only onc- opponm-nt, llllqllc-S111-, was ulmlc- to
on-1'powL-1' tln- Lions on tln- llonn- lmrclwoocls
us tln- :X.ll.S. Sllllklil clownvcl l'Yl'l'y otlwr op-
ponvnt on tlu- Stllvillllv alt lcust oncv. ln away
contc-sts tlu- Maroon und XVl1itc hoopstcrs lost
lmy two-point Il12ll'glllS to PllllXSlItlINYlll'f' klllll
Lewistown. Altoonafs otlu-1' clvfmlt cunu- ut
tllc llilIlClS of I0llllSf0'.'VIl. S1-56. 2llltl'l' tlu- locals
lmcl CUlll1lll'l'UiltllCTl'Oj2lllS ut lloosm-vc-lt, G6-65.
Coach im O'Domn-ll's Jussws llYl'l'l1Ui'Cl 70.8
points pm' ganna' llllil yivlflml 58.3 lINll'lil'l'S.
Four mf-mlm-s of tlw starting fin' will l'l'flll'Il
nvxt vom' with Cu Jtuin Don Bvtur lwinff flu'
Dnly Five Contests
COACII ,IINI O'DONNELL
49 .. ...... Kittanning .... .... . ...34
44 ,.,,.., ,.., Windber ., ,......,40
54 ......, Lock Haven ,, .,...,.28
58 ,.., ., Chambersburg ..,.. ,,,.... 2 5
30 ,. Duquesne .....,.,.. .....,.34
55 .. ,,., . Punxsutawney . .. ,....,..18
52 ., .,,. ,Johnstown ., .. ...,...59
57 , , Lewistown ...,, ...,. . .38
56 . ..... .. Williamsport .,.. ...,.,.. 6 5
80 . . ,. ,. Chief Logan .,.,.. ..,. . .. 32
52 . H Conemaugh ....,. 29
43 .. , .. Punxsutawney ....... ..... . . 23
52 ..,..... ., . Johnstown .,...,... ,..,.... 6 3
59 ., . Westmont ,.4,. ........53
41 . , .,.Windber .,..,., .
54 ,....,.. .. Conemau gh ..,.., ....,.., 2 5
40 . . . Williamsport ,.., 62
45 .. .... Lewistown ,,., ,..., . .50
60 . . , . Westmont .,..,.. ...,.. . 39
66 . .. Chief Logan ...,,.,.. . ,.... ..13
1047 , . .Totals ,..,.,..... .,...,.,. . ..,.....755
Summary: 14 winsg 6 losses
J.V. BASKETBALL SQUAD
Walloping Chief Logan, 66-13, at the Roose-
velt court, the Altoona High Junior Varsity
cagers ended their 1954-55 campaign under
Coach Guy Denniston with a record of 14 wins
in 20 outings.
The Little Lions totaled their highest score
at the expense of the same Chief Logan five
earlier in the season, 80-32, on the losers' hard-
wood. Chad Crumm tallied 15 points for A.H.S.
in this encounter.
In the Westmont game Tom Simpson put on
the most impressive scoring performance for
the Maroon and White juniors as the sophomore
forward counted 21 markers.
During the season Altoona turned in double
victories over Windber, 44-40, and 41-254
Punxsutawney, 55-18 and 43-234 Conemaugh,
52-29 and 54-254 Westmont, 59-53 and 60-39.
Single wins were posted over Kittanning, 49-344
Lock Haven, 54-284 Chambersburg, 58-25'
The locals suffered losses to Duquesne, 44-404
Johnstown, 59-52 and 63-524 Williamsport, 65-56
and 62-404 and Lewistown, 50-45.
First Row: Richard Craig, Robert Boening, Neil Port, Coach Guy Denniston, Bill Ingram,
Innes Sheridan, Wayne Nail. Second Row: Alfred Beck, Jolm Birely, Paul Faris, Cordon
C onklin, Chad Crumin, Dan Shade. Third Row: John Hoover, Michael Wherry, Ronald Crum.
Kneeling: Barhara Crivelli, NVenda Corbin, Shirley Iulow. Standing: Indy
Mt-Gee, Kay Sullixan, Carol Burket, Carol Sknolnek. Uanet Weaver was
ahsent when photo was takenl,
No football nor haskethall game would he
complete without those half-dozen or so young
girls in maroon and white skirts and white
sweaters out there in front of the crowd to
lead in mass cheering for the local team.
Trained hy Mrs. Helen Davis, these lassies
were the personification of school spirit, lend-
ing color and enthusiasm to every event at
which they performed.
The squad consisted of eight melnhers, who
put in many hours of practice after school,
not only before the season stated, but at inter-
vals all through the various seasons. These
girls were selected on the basis of citizenship.
scholarship, and personality factors so that at
all times they reflected credit on their Alma
i Dean competing in
District Six broad jump. Q
Nlmit Keller runs in relavs while Bob Russell wins low lmrdles.
Bob Russell Leads
All season long Captain Bob Russell was
"a young man in a hurryf' He believed that
track records were made to be broken and,
week after week in his specialty, the hurdles
and the high jump, he went about the task of
setting new marks with monotonous regu-
In March at the Tri-State Coaches meet he
soared over the bar in the high jump at an
even six feet, but that wasnit good enough. In
May at the WPIAL relays he eclipsed a 15-
year mark set by Byron Crozier in 1939 by
leaping to a new record of 6 feet ZV2 inches.
At the animal District Six meet on May 22
he led his team to victory with new records
of 19.7 seconds in the 180 low hurdles and
14.4 seconds in the 120 high hurdles.
When Altoona High traveled to State Col-
lege for the State PIAA championships on May
29, all hopes rode on the slender shoulders of
Senior Bob Russell, and he did not disappoint
his rooters. All he did was capture first place
in the high hurdles, take second in the lows,
and tie for second place in the high jump.
This, coupled with a second place in the one-
mile relay, enabled Coach Adams' thinclads
to emerge with top team honors of 15V2 points
in the meet.
Bob Russell has written his name high in the
annals of A.H.S. track leaving a flock ot
records for future Bob Bussells to shoot at.
Team To Championship
NI I LIC RELAY TEAM
At to Right: Bob XVIM-rrx,
BI'lll'4' Ilustivll Mort Kvih-1'
1954 STATE CHAMPION TRACK SQUAD
Iuiialiici Dllsvlx. AIRIIIIPS I,I'Il'l'SUIl, IIUiN'I'I Clralgu, SIQIIIIUA' IIAIIISIIIRIII, liuiwrt liussvli
'lll2lI1, Dunzlici IDuiiIt-ig lirxix-rt Dum, Tliimiais liuglivs. Second Row: Frzuikliii W'4'st
'IQIIUIIISIS Ilurst, Iicilmvrt XYIIUITY. Nlcrtmi Kz'Ih'l', Bl'i1c'c' IInstIl'r, 'I'n'rry cziilfkl'
Louis D1'A1ig1-lis, IiI4'iI1lI'Li Currv. Third Row: Haiymoncl Kc-iiiivciy, Dunuicl Craiim'
tv, .luck Kinihvrlv, Iiolwrt Szc'yIIi'r. Kuhn-i't My-Kvv, XYIIIIRIIII llaitch, llvnrv l'i'mpc'1'i
Inlt-. Iuriu lfmisc-I Duvizl Chisgmv, Iiulmvrt Irvin. Fourth Row: Rcmzilci Kllllfiilllilll
il4LfL'I' X incl- C:1lI'ilL'L'IUiU. Nlzuingcr Dvimis Ituttvr. XIQIIIRIQCI' lIiL-lialrcl Black, Assistant
1' XYiniim-r, Daivicl Ilfclwuuls. Kvith Ifuwc-i's. Fifth Row: Ilczlcl Cum-Ii Ilillli
vl ....,. Nlorrison Cow- tlll ..... ...... I 3
fi ....., Saxton-l.ihm-rty CA ,J ..... ,..... l
I2 ....,. li-Cf-I lllj ....,............, ...... l
51 ...... Cfrvsson I ll J ..... ...... l J
li ...,.. Kislii l'rm'p tlll .... ...... l
fi ..,.,. fll1'al'li1'ltl CAI ......, ......... ...... I l
I l ..,.., XVimllwr LAD .,....................,....... l
I ...... hl4'l'K'K'l'SlDIlI'l.f At'2llll'lIly ill? .... ,... I 3
I I ....,. IS-C-I CAJ .,..,.,..................,.......... 2
2 ...,.. lnmliana CII? ........ ...... l
5 ...... c.ll'2ll'll1'lll llll tim- .7
I2 ...... Alohnstown Cllj ..... ...... - 1
il ...... lxislti llrvp KAJ ..... .,... f 5
I3 ...... -Iolnislown KAJ ........... ,. T
0 ....., Saxlon-I,iln-rly Clll ...... .. T
I2 ...... lncliana KA? .............,..,.......,. ..... I P
Summary: lflc-vm-il winsg lonr lossvs ont-
Pounding tho agatc at a inc-rry ,366 clip and
l-l'illlll'lllg a wc-ll-halancc-cl hurling staff that
inclnclc-cl no-hit pa'1'foi'niam'c hv pitclu-rs jvss
forgc-r ancl Frank Arnolcl, Altoona Iligh closvcl
its H154 hast-hall svason with an exon-llc-nt
rc corcl of ll wins in lfi outings inclncling om'
conta-st which 4-nclm-cl in a tiv.
XVith Sonthpaw Davv Sinnnvrs and Frank
:Xrnolcl conihining thvir talc-nts to holcl Mor-
rison Clrovc- to fonr hits, tht' lilvphants vkccl
ont a 4-I3 Vic-torv in thv opvnvr af-tc-r which
Coach llngh Blaclfs ninv stvainrollm'c'cl all
Conn-rs to amass a rc-orcl of sz-vvn straight.
lllayvrs holcl prm--garlic hnclcllc
ln the 1-ightli ganna- playvcl on rain-soalwcl
Mansion Park against pcrvnniallv strong Mm'-
ccrshnrg the visitors ralliccl in thc lata' innings
to halt tht- Elvphant victory strvalc, 3-l. Fol-
lowing this svthacli tha- Blaclonvn ow.-1'powv1'-
cal thrx-c more rivals ancl hclcl Cla-arfivlcl to a
tic hc-form' running into tronhlc at Kiski whvn
pitch:-r NVillic- Maicr was kavovcl varly in thc-
gamc hv a linc clrivc.
Tlu- nvxt two contc-sts saw lohnstown ancl
Saxton-llihvrty gain 1'cvc'ligc for varlivr lossvs
to thu locals, hut tha- Elm,-phants Caine- hack
strong in thc final ganna- to Whitt-wash lncliana.
1954 BASEBALL SQUAD
First llow: lNlanag1r-rsl Holm llc-isinga-r, Dan Pr-tta, llaynv 'l'hoinas, llnssvll Young. SQL'-
oncl Row: Alohn lloylv, ,lann-s -lohnston, l,awrr'm-v Alpvr, -Iohn llc-aly, Cary Crahtrm'r', -lac-lt
Sill, -Iohn liazlf-tt. Third Row: lloln-rt l.:-onarml, Paul llvrc-s, lirlwartl Hut-lic-r, Boh l3ll1'ul1li1'l4l,
flvralml Parson, Norman Nlc-Call, XVilliznn Maia-r. Fourth Row: 'l'oni Stn-llahottv. Charlvs
Knntlsvn, Nlarlin llvrry, Frvcl XVi4-clvrlu-li1', Daviml Silnlnc-rs, CL-sarv Favio. Fifth Row: Coach
llngh Blank. -lohn llyclvr, -It-ss Zorgvr, l.awrc-m-0 Stoltvnlx-rg, Frank Arnolml, Ass'l Coach
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'flu' girl on tlic' flying trzlpc-xc-.
vi- mr- vomit' lmncl, clc'z11'ii' "Oli my zu-liing lmckln
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.' 1 sm-t-up. Tln-so livlluws lmclicw- in lmnging trxgvtlu
INTRAMU RAL SPCRTS
Varied Activities Highlight Year's Gym Program
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BOYS' SQUAD LEADERS
First Row: Iluum- lloulvll, 'lilil7lIl1lS llldiilllzlllgll, vVilll4'l' NlllllL'll, Xvllllillll Julius. ,lost-pl:
Ywifv1', Nlt-rr:-l Clriclm-ig l'n'ucv XV. Ilostlvr, lluymoml Mvcrs, jack Slim-s, ltolwrt Oswiilt.
Sccnml Row: tilmrlf-5 Niue-lx, Corcloii Conklin, Chzlzl Cll'lllllIIl, junivs lXlt'Kliim, Donnlul 'l'i'iillt'ntl-
ii Nlllllllll Stlilim Cum! 1 Ilolhclix Slllllltl cllllllilglll I 4 l ' l l illil
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,z A I 1, ,zum-s Mil cr. Tllll'! Row: 'hi in
lww- ilowwml l 'urcl l3'u'rx' lx-mlnrm lint-liaml Anti-S, Clmrlvs Aurauiclt, lilvin Slum-yfc-lt, lltllllllll
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Kauiliiiaui, Ilaiulx llt'lil'y.
Oxvi' 53110 hoys pm'tici1mtt'cl in thi- llllllllill
lllll'1lIlllll'1ll lmskvtlmll prograun llllCli'I' tht- su-
pm-i'vision of Nlr. llolwrt XVoll'c'. lwzlcl of thc
pliysicuil 1-cliivaitioii clcpmltim-nt. Rlllil Nlr. Paul
Nlorsv, gyin instructor. llomc room 325 cop-
pt-al tht- lIlll'21llllIl'kll clizliiipionsliip hy lll'fl'iltlllg
thc' C'illL.'iIll'Il from hoim' room 315. 526-212, in
tht' l-iliilli' on xl2ll'l'l19.
'l'lit-rv wvrv 3 t'ij.fllt-ll'2lII1 ll'ilglIl'S which
playa-cl on Nloiiclziv. rlllltfilllly. and NVl'ClllUSil2lY
vw-iuiiigs. All action sturtvcl at 6:00 ol-loclc
with two gninvs living play:-cl ii1tlu-hoyslgJ,vm-
nusium amd two on that girls' gyin floor out-In
night. Tho lllll'illHlll'2ll cuinpuign opcncd on
All A.II.S. multi stuclcnts who wc'rv not
incmlx-rs of thc- vursitv oi' junior varsitv
squads wc-rc' f-Iigilmlo to pzwticiputc- on thc-ii'
homc room quintvt. This progrzun nllowctl ull
iiitc-i'c'stc'cl hovs thx' opportunitv to hc' uctivv
in uthlctics, clcspitc restrictions cuusvcl hy tvum
Tlu- lIltI'illIllll'ill slatm- clvvvlops tc-um work.
ulvrtnoss, lcziclmsliip, and good sportsmamsliip.
CIRLS PYRAMID CLUB
Genuine sportsmanship and all around good
fellowship is the main theme for the sports-
loving girls who participate in the intramurals.
Under the able leadership of Miss Frances Mc-
Ginnis, the girls played elimination tourna-
ments of dodgehall, table tennis, badminton
kickhall, scooterball, and basketball.
These tournaments are open to all girls who
are interested in participating in these sports
after school. Points are givenifor each tourna-
ment. and a specific number of points must
First Row Marian Thomas,
Gladys Thompson, Mary Broth-
ers, Mona Rae Decker, Gloria
Brown, Nancy Murray. Second
Row: Maxine Dickerson, Clara
johnson, Peggy Marsden. Don-
na Carles, Ruth Ramsey. Third
Row: Marjorie Corhett, Patty
Mr-Gunigal, Garolvn Himes,
Maureen lloherts. Fourth How:
Shirlev llughes, jean Iekes,
Rose Marie Golahove.
GIRLS' INTRAMURAL CLUB
First .Row: Clara Johnson,
Gladys Thompson, presidentg
Peggy Marsden, Donna Carles,
Iris Swanger, Martha Pringle,
Vera Miller. Second Row: Max-
ine Dickerson, Marjorie Gor-
hett, Connie DeVVitt, Darlene
Gray, Anueena Barr, Miss
Frances McGinnis. Third HOW:
Martha Carter, Hose Marie
Golahove, jean lekes, Patty
he earned in order to receive awards. The
first award was the last half of the class
numeralg second was the first half of the class
numeralg third was an eight inch Chenille "A",
and the highest award was a sweater. This
vear sweaters were awarded to Janice Strunk
and Gladys Thompson, both of whom are
seniors. Three letters were awarded. Girls
are chosen from the members not participating
in a particular quarter or half of the game to
referee, score, and keep time.
l'All'l'lCIll'AN'l'S IN PIAA Nll'IlC'l'
First lhm: Cfmuu-lu llillll .-Xclqum, l,1ll'lAj f:lll'l'l'll, ,lnlm Blu-luuum. NIL-rlmm lu-llc-11 llulu-rl
XYlu-rrp. l2ll'lIL'L' llmllf-r, llzlxul tiling.-r. liic-luml flllffy, lbuvul tllusgmx. liulu-rl lrxiu,
.-Xl: lllIill'll'2lll'Cl sc-alsoll. L'llIllilXK'Cl lny tlu- cu- A-Xltomul OpK'llK'Cl tlu- sc-115011 clcmjling l,z1
Slillflllll ul ilu- IR-n.unsyIx11uuiu Siam- llll-X.-X cross' trulu-'s visitors, l?J-36 on tlu- rumning 1-I'l'm'tS ul
K'0llllll'X 4-lulmpumslnip. H-xvzmlm-nl llu- 1-Ilorls ol' Dick cllll'l'y, liruvm- llusiln-r mul Dun- filings-r.
ilu- H131 .-Xltmuxlm S1-nun' lligll ll1ll'l'll'l'S. flllI'l'y tic-cl his own sn-lull rc-cmxl will: ll lllzffv
iluzu-ln l'zull .Mlulns luul xic-lmy XX'ltlllIl l1i:s timing wlliln- llostlc-r auul iflingm-r plgu-L-ll sm-
grusp in lll1'Sl2lll' linunls. lult star rumu-r Ilan- mul lu-llilul flu- sc-nior.
fllingn-r lmlgu-lu-ml out 200 ynrcls lrom flu- coin- 'l'lu- rr-gulan' L'2UlllJ1llQlI ol' tlu- Im-mls czmu- in
plc-limm ol' llu- txwm mul mu--1-iglltlm milm- Stalin- ll lulppy Cllillllg :ls tlu- .'Xl'1llI1SlIN'll clm-ll-:lim-al
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lv-llvr. linux- Kilinuu-r, Du-lx
C urn, lhuuw- llmtlvr, l'u1lv
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Ifliig lTl'Lll'l'l'5 point tlit' wily.
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All cxpz-riim-iit with wliitr' IIItL'l'.
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