Bloomsburg High School - Memorabilia Yearbook (Bloomsburg, PA)
- Class of 1938
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Principals Message .
To the Class of 1938
The faculty and Board join with
your many friends in wishing you God-
speed as you begin your journey in the
field of reality. We have done what We
could to equip you for this journey. F rom
this point on you will have to depend
more and more upon your own initia-
tive, resourcefulness and industry. Iune
8th, l938, is well named Commencement.
Think of it as the beginning rather than
as the end of your training. Always be
mentally alert and eager to learn. You
will not go very far on your journey until
you discover that those who finally suc-
ceed do so very largely through honest
effort. ln the Words of the Bilolical sage,
"Get learning, but with all thy learning,
get Wisdom." l salute you as you go
forth and Wish you Godspeed.
L. P. Gilmore
To Mr. I. Wesley Knorr, the teacher and friend of the Class of 1938, we
do dedicate this book. To his counsel, personal interest, and leadership, we
owe our gratitude. The 1938 Memorabilia is in appreciation ot his tireless
efforts in leading us forward on the road to knowledge and understanding.
His cooperation and kindness has helped us solve many perplexing prob-
lems. He has gained the admiration and respect of every individual in the
Mr. Knorr attended Bloomsburg High School in the class of 1925. He then
attended the Pierce School of Business Administration in Philadelphia. He
was employed in the office of the Bloomsburg Silk Mill for six years. In 1934
he graduated from the Bloomsburg State Teachers College, and the following
year became a teacher in the commercial department of which he is now
the head. At present he is attending summer sessions of the New York Uni-
We, the Class of 1938, are proud to dedicate our volume of the Year Book
to him and know he will continue to guide the students of Bloornsburg High
School to success.
ss of l938 grad-
uates this year Without one
who would have been an
ember ot our
ithey died during
eath was a loss to us which
only the memory ot her
c h a r rn and kindness has
helped to make less keen.
We pause in the joyous
activities of graduation to
pay tribute to her who was
a credit to our class While
she lived, and who in leav-
ing us, gave us inspiration
to carry on with greater et-
tort toward the goal we now
, the end of
our school days.
First Row: Reverend S. A. Harker, Dr. I E. Shurnan, W. S. Sutliff, G. E. Ellwell. Ir.
Second Row: Geo. Moon, Norman Hoffman, Boy Snyder, R. A. Buckalew.
BGHRD OF DIRECTORS
The Class of l938 Wishes to extend their deepest appreciation to the
members of the Bloomsburg High School Board for the efforts they are expend-
ing individually and as a whole, in behalf of Bloomsburg Schools.
Being fully aware of the difficulties which confront the Board of Education
and the large amount of personal time required to carry on the necessary
business related to school affairs, We Wish to pledge our confidence and
support to you for the continued improvement of our schools in the future.
First Row: ll. Miller, N. Yeany, H. Hyde, M. Serocca, M. Whitenight, Mrs. A. Foust, M.
Sharpless. M. Lorah, E. Brown, I. Grimes, W. Letterman.
Second Row: L. P. Gilmore, A. Fisher, B. Long, Mrs. H. H. Kline. I. Trivelpiece, V. Hartman,
C. McKinstry, M. Iones, R. Beers, I. C. Patterson, R. Schell.
Third Row: S. Kurtz. G. Mordan, R. Hutton, D. Sands, R. Mercer, W. Knorr, F. Golder, I.
Wagner, P. Wisher, L. Campbell, W. Shutt.
Left to right: T. Sands. R. Remley, R. Kipp, C. Thackara. D. Spayde, B. Graham, R. Burns,
I. Larned, R. Baker, W. Rutter, R. Hedlcind.
The members of the Senior Class Wish to express their appreciation and
gratitude to the faculty as a Whole, and to each teacher as an individual for
the time and effort you have given each and every one of us. You have been
to us leaders and ideals of higher achievement and education. You have
always met us more than half way. You have always guided and
aided us through our difficulties. We as a class and individuals will strive
to continue along the path of life which you have toiled to train us for. You
have prepared many for this great game called life and will continue for years
to come. We are grateful to you for your start.
3. H. S.
The class of 1938 extends to its advisers, Mrs. Harriet H. Kline and Mr.
I. Claire Patterson, its sincere thanks for the keen interest they have shown in
the class during the year they have Worked together.
Both Mrs. Kline and Mr. Patterson were very busy during the year with
curricular and extra-curricular activities, but both were always willing to
give their time to assist or advise a member of the class Who needed gui-
Mrs. Kline was particularly connected with the class as chairman of all
commencement activities, and Mr. Patterson, as adviser to the Senior Na-
tional Honor Society.
For the fine cooperative attitude of the advisers toward the class oi
1938, it extends its grateful thanks.
BETTY ARLENE HARRIS
Press Club 2, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Memorabilia Literary
Staff 4: Property Manager 'AQuality Street" 4: Gregg
Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 80. 100:
Competent Typist Pin 4: Gregg 120-Word Pin.
HELEN IOSEPHINE ROBBINS
Iunior Tri-Hi-Y l, Z: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3: Girls' Chorus l:
Perfect Attendance l, 2: One-Act Play in Assembly l:
Gym Demonstration 1, 2, 3, 4: Kickball l: Basketball 2,
3, 4: Contest at Stroudsburg 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: O. G.
A. Pin 3: G. A. A. 3. 4: Harrisburg Contest 3: Mem-
orabilia Statt 4: Gym Team 3, 4: Tumbling Team l, 2:
Volleyball 2, 3: Baseball 2. 3: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100: Senior National
Honor Society 4.
FLORENCE CATHERINE BEAGLE
Mainville High School l, 2: Perfect Attendance l, 2:
Basketball l, 2: Baseball l, 2: A'Huckleberry Finn"-
Play 2: "Haunted"-Play 2: Bloomsburg High School
MAX B. MILLER
Orchestra l: Red and White Z, 3, 4: Assembly Programs
2, 3: Memorabilia 2. 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 2, 3, 4:
Intra-Mural Soccer 2: Statt Photographer tor Red and
White and Memorabilia 2, 3, 4: Dance Committee 2:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificate 60,
IOHN WALTER LARNED
"Spider," "Kel," "Bt-omo." "lack"
Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration l, 2, 4: Gym
Team Z, 3, 4: One-Act Play l: Assembly Programs l,
2: Iunior Dramatic Club 1: Chairman of Prom Com-
mittee 3: Puppet Show 3, 4.
EVELYN MAE REMELY
Kickball lg Baseball 2: Gym Demonstration l, 2: Gregg
Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60.
.fivaatgon Club lg Iunior Hi-Y lg lntra-Mural Basketball
Gym Demonstration l, 3: Gregg 120 Word Pin 3: Cer-
tificate of Merit 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription
Certificates 60. 80, IUO.
RICHARD W. KIPP
Football Manager l, 2: Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3. 4.
PAUL N. BAKER. IR.
High School Orchestra l, 2, 3: Iunior Varsity Basketball
1: Varsity Basketball 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: High
School Band 21 "lt's a Mystery"-Play l: i'Ask the
Professor"--Operetta Z5 "Polishing Papa"-Play 3:
Personnel Club 4: All County Orchestra l. Z: All
County Bancl 3: Assembly Program l, Z, 3: National
Athletic Scholarship Society: "Tea House ol Sing Lo" 4.
B. H. S.
Operetta l: Class Secretary 1: Baseball 2: Class Play
Z: Band 3, 4: Glee Club 4.
Aviation Club l, 2: lntra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Team 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 3, 4:
Volley Ball. Soccer 4.
Mt. Pleasant High School l, 2: Class Secretary l: "Yim-
mie Yonson's Yob" l: "The Star-Flowers" 2: 'iThe
Gay Pretenders" 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Basketball l, 2: Class
LOIS ELAINE SLOPEY
East Akron High School l, 2: Home Economics Club l,
Z: Glee Club l, 2: Albion High School 3: Glee Club 3:
Dramatic Club 3: lntra-Mural Basketball 3: lntra-Mural
Baseball 3: "Christmas Carol" 3: Bloomsburg High
School 4: 'iThe Women Folk" 4: Dramatic Club 4:
lntra-Mural Basketball 4.
lntra-Mural Basketball l: lntra-Mural Baseball 2: lntra-
Mural Soccer 2, 3: National Senior Honor Society 3, 4:
National Honor Society 1: Orchestra 1: Press Club 2,
3: Class Officer 3, 4: Memorabilia Staff 4: Commence-
HELEN RUTH SNYDER
Iunior Tri-Hi-Y l, 2: Girls' Chorus l: Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3:
Perfect Attendance l, 2. 3: Editorial Staff of Memorabil-
ia Z, 3. 4: Business Staff of Memorabilia Z, 3, 4: Hi-Ho
Club 2: Press Club 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Christmas Dance Committee 2: One-Act
Play in Assembly Z: Dramatic Club 3, 4: "Quality
Street" 4: Quill and Scroll Certificate and Pin 3: "Hon-
or Bright" 3: Press Club Dance Committee 3: Thespian
4: Quill and Scroll Club 3, 4: Memorabilia Dance Com-
mittee 3: O. G. A. Pin 3: Competent Typist Pin 3:
Member Commercial Team entered at Harrisburg 3:
Assistant Business Manager of Memorabilia 4: Secre-
tary Iunior Tri-Hi-Y l. 2: Home Room Red and White
Secretary 1, 4: Senior Honor Society: Secretary of Sen-
ior Honor Society 4: Director, "Alice Blue Gown" 4:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 80.
GUY l... KRAPP
Intra-Mural League l. 2, 3: Band l: Orchestra l: Class
Team 1. 3: One-Act Law Play 3.
THOMAS P. NORTH
lntra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball l.
2, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration l. 3: Personnell Club 2, 3.
4: Press Club Staff 3: Memorabilia Business Staff 3, 4:
Memorabilia Literary Staff 4: Soccer 3: Track 3: Volley
Ball 4: Class Historian 4: "Honor Bright" 3.
Iunior National Honor Society l: Iunior Dramatic Club
l: Glee Club l: Kickball l: Basketball Z, 3, 4: Gym
Demonstration l, 2, 3: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4:
Numerals 3: Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3: Senior Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4: Gregg Dictation and Trans-
cription Certificates 60, 80, 100, 120 Gold Pin.
B. ll-ll. S.
Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2: Board ot Directors for
lntra-Mural Basketball 4: Class Basketball l, Z: Intra-
Mural Soccer 2: Press Club Z: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100: Gregg l20-Word
Pin: Iunior Varsity Basketball 3: Class Track 3: Varsity
Track 3, 4: National Athletic Scholarship Society 4:
Memorabilia Literary Stati 4: Student Representative
on Athletic Council 4: Competent Typist Certificates:
Varsity Basketball 4.
' DONALD L. GIRTON
"Don," "Beany," "Wilbt1r," "Trucker"
Football 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2: lntra-Mural Basketball l: Class
Football l: Iunior Dramatic Club: Personnel Club 3, 4:
Prom Committee 3: Track 3, 4: Class Basketball Coach
3: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Puppet
Show 4: Iunior Hi-Y l.
HARRY I. MORDAN
Science Club l: Press Club Z, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4:
Hi-Y 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 3.
lntra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 4: Iunior Varsity Basketball
HOWARD FENSTEMAKER IR.
lunior National Honor Society l: Intra-Mural Basket-
ball l, 2: Press Club 2, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 2, 3:
Senior Honor Society 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Iunior
Prom Committee 3: "Daddy Long Legs" 3: "Honor
Bright" 3: Memorabilia Staff 3, 4: Personnel Club 3, 4:
Editor of Red and White 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Puppet
Show 3: "Quality Street" 4: "The Black Flamingo" 4:
National Thespians 4: Commencement Speaker.
WILLIAM STANLEY FORTNER
Hi-Y l: Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2: Gym Demonstra-
tion 2, 3: Iuriior Varsity Basketball 3: Varsity Basket-
ball 4: Press Club 3, 4: Personnel Club 3, 4: "Quality
Street" 4: Dramatic Club 4: National Athletic Scholar-
ship Society 4.
ANGELO S. BUTERA
lntra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 3: Gym Team
3. 4: Gym Demonstration 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4: Two
Act Play in Law 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription
BEATRICE I. CREASY
Gym Demonstration l. 3: Girls' Chorus l: Library Club
l: Play-"Alice In Wonderland" 1: "The Charm Shop'
2: Dramatic Club Z, 3. 4: "Quality Street" 4: Director of
Play-"Tickets Please" 4: Memorabilia Staff 4: Gregg
Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 80.
Girls' Chorus l: Library Club 1, 2: Gym Demonstration
l: Library Club Play l: Kick ball l. 2: Basketball l:
Baseball 1, 2, 3.
Iunior Hi-Y l: Iunior Orchestra l: Gym Demonstration
l, 2. 3: Press Club 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. 4: Quill
and Scroll 3: Business Staff of Memorabilia 3, 4:
Literary Staff of Memorabilia 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4:
"Daddy Long Legs" 3: i'Honor Bright" 3: "Quality
Street" 4: Editor-in-Chief of Red and White 4: Easter
Cantata 4: Operetta "The Tea Shop ot Sing Lo" 4:
Assistant Photographer for Memorabilia 4: Superior
Typing Certificate 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcrip-
tion Certiticates 60, 80. 100: Senior National Honor
B. H. S.
Iunior Dramatic Club l: Senior Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4:
"Honor Bright" 3: "Thanks Awfullyn 3: Property Man-
ager, "The Youngest" 3: Business Staff of Memorabilia
3. 4: 'AQuality Street" 4: Memorabilia Literary Stafi 4:
National Thespians 4: Gym Demonstration 3: Member
of Commercial Party to Harrisburg: Dance Committee
2: Gregg l2O Pin 43 Gregg Dictation an Transcription
Certificates BU, 80, l0O: "The Black Flamingo" 4.
Gym Demonstration lg lntra-Mural Basketball l, 3, 4:
Orchestra 1: One-Act Play-"Gettysburg" 2.
MIRIAM ARLENE MENSINGER
Class Secretary 1, 2: Drama: "Haunted" and "Huckle-
berry Finnn 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Baseball l, 2: Basketball
l, 2, 4.
C. RICHARD TOMKINSON
Academic Course T. Y. D.
Science Club lg Aviation Club lg Iunior Dramatic Club
lp Library Club lg Press Club l, Z, 3: Art Staff of
Memorabilia lg One-Act Play in Assembly lg Iunior
Nalional Honor Society l: Senior Dramatic Club 2, 3. 45
Puppet Show 25 Cap and Bells 2: National Thespian
Society 3, 4g lntra-Mural Basketball 3, 4: One-Ace Play
2: The Platitudinous Pose 2: Gym Demonstration 4:
All School Play-"Quality Street" 4: Dance Committee
Mainville Varsity Basketball l, 25 Mainville Varsity
Baseball l, 2: lntra-Mural Basketball 3, 4.
MARY RUTH WAYNE
Iunior Dramatic Club 1: Library Club lg Perfect At-
tendance l, 2: Hi-Ho Club 2: One-Act Play in Assem-
bly l: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates
60, 80, 100.
IACK K. FRlTZ
lntra-Mural Basketball 1: Varsity Basketball Team 2.
3, 4: One-Act Play in Assembly 2, 3: Intra-Mural
Soccer Sp Gregg Transcription and Dictation Certifi-
cates 60, 80.
ARLENE FRANCES ARNWINE
Basketball l: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Gregg Dictation and Trans-
cription 60. 80.
Kickball, Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball l. 2, 3. 47
Gym Demonstration l, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Gregg O.
G. A. Pin and Superior Merit Certificate 2: Soccer 4:
Perfect Attendance 1. 3, 4: Gregg Dictation and Trans-
cription Certificates 60, 80. 100.
HARRY S. MOSER, IR.
intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football Z, 3: Gym
Demonstration 3, 4.
B. H. S.
One-Act Play in Assembly l: Competent Typist Pin 2:
Typing Staff for Red and White 42: Gym Demonstration
3, 4: Prom Dance Committee 3: O. G. A. 2: Commercial
Program 4: Ir. Dramatic Club 1: Gregg Dictation and
Transcriptino Certificates 60, 80. 100: Press Club 4:
Gregg 120 Word Pin,
MARY MARTHA RHODOMOYER
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Commercial Play 3: Certificate of Merit
3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60,
Iunior National Honor Society l: G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball l, Z, 3: Kickball, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club l: Gym Demonstration 1, 2, 3, 4: Numerals l:
Home Room Secretary l: Gym Team 2, 4: Manager of
Minor Sports 2: Perfect Attendance 2: Soccer 3, 4: Old
English B 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: 'AHonor Bright" 3:
"Daddy Long Legs" 3: Prompter of "Growing Pains" 3:
Business Staff of Memorabilia 3, 4: Iunior Prom Com-
mittee 3: Literary Staff of Memorabilia 4: Business
Manager of "Quality Street" 4: Secretary of Dramatic
Club 4: National Thespian Society 4: Senior National
Honor Society 3: Basketball 3: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80: "The Black Flamingo"
4: Senior National Honor Society 4.
Freshman Class Play l: lntra-Mural Basketball Team
l: Press Club 2. 3, 4: Home Room Secretary for Red
and White 2: Press Club Dance Committee 2, 3: Quill
and Scroll Society 3, 4: Business Staff of Memorabilia
3, 4: Christmas Dance Committee 3: Dramatic Club 3,
4: "Honor Bright" 3: Senior Honor Society 3: O. G. A.
Pin 3: Gregg 120 Word Pin 3: Memorabilia Literary
Staff 4: "Quality Street" 4: Secretary to Mr. Kurtz 4:
"Editor of Commercialite 4: One-Act Play in Assembly
4: Vice-President of lunior Class 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Harris-
burg 80 Worcl Gold Medal 3: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100: Senior National
Honor Society 4: Commencement Speaker 4.
IUNE WAN ICH
Library Club l: lunior Honor Society l: Library Club
Play 1: Press Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: lun-
ior Class Play 3: Senior Honor Society 3: Kickball l, 2,
4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball Z, 3: Gym Demonstration
3: Property Manager All School Play 4: Perfect Attend-
ance l, 2. 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Cer-
tifictaes 60. 80, 100: Thespian: National Quill and
Gym Team l, 2, 4: Kickball l, 2: Glee Club l: Baseball
l, 2. 3: Commercial Paper Staff 3: Soccer 3, 4: Basket-
ball 3. 4: Literary Staff of Memorabilia 4: Gregg Certi-
ficates 60, 80, 100.
CLARA RUTH ROBBINS
Gym Demonstration 1, 4: G. A. A. l, 3, 4: Glee Club
3: Girls' Chorus l: Soccer 3: Baseball 3: Kickball l:
Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball .
VERDA RUTH ALBERTSON
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Glee Club 4: MacDowell Club 4: Mixed
Chorus 4: Easter Cantata 4: "The Tea Shop oi Sing Lo"
4: Gregg Dictation and Transcription 60. 80, l00.
George Washington Play 1: Class Basketball l, 2:
Intra-Mural Basketball l. 2, 3: Gym Demonstration 2,
3: "Quality Street" 4: Dramatic Club 4: "Christmas
Idol" 4: Platitudinous Pose 4: Iunior Varsity Basketball
2: "The Black Flamingo" 4.
H. RAYMOND CHANDLER
Press Club 2, 3, 4: Red and White Staff Z, 4: Business
Manager ot Red and White 3: One-Act Play 3: Mem-
orabilia Business Statf 3: Iunior Class Play 3: Dramatic
Club 3, 4: Business Manager oi Memorabilia 4: Quill
and Scroll 3.
B. H. S.
HELEN FRANCES HUNTINGTON
Basketball. Soccer 4.
DOLOROS ANN MUIRHEAD
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2. 3: Gym Demonstration Z. 3, 4: Kickball lg
Class President 2: Drum Major 2, 3, 4: Press Club 2,
3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y President 2: Gym Team 2, 3, 4: Basket-
ball 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Iunior-Senior Prom Committee
3: Quill and Scroll 3: Memorabilia Literary Staff 4:
Gregg SO, 80, 100 Dictation and Transcription Certifi-
cate: O. G. A. 3.
Stage Crew lg Treasurer ot Iunior National Honor So-
ciety l: Assembly Program 1: Band l, 2, 3: Dance
Committee 3: Perfect Attendance l: lntra-Mural Basket-
ball 1: Press Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Red
and White Staff 2, 3. 4: Football 3: Puppet Show 3:
"The Charm Shop" Z: "Daddy Long Legs" 3: "Honor
Bright" 3: Ouill and Scroll 3: Gym Demonstration 3, 4:
Associate Editor of Memorabilia 4: "Quality Street" 4:
National Thespians 4: Personnel Club 4: Senior Na-
tional Honor Society.
Nescopeck High School l, 2: Science Club 2: Dramatic
Club 2: One-Act Play 2: Bloomsburg High School 3, 4.
W. ARTHUR DENT
One-Act Play-Law Class 3. .
Iunior Tri-Hi-Y l, 2: Dance Committee lg Baseball 1, Z,
3: Basketball l, 2. 3, 4: Kickball 1: Soccer 3, 4: G. A. A.
3, 4: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates
Library Club 1: One-Act Play in Assembly 1: Secretary
of Library Club 1: Girl's Chorus 1: lunior National
Honor Society 1: Kickball 1: Senior Dramatic Club 2.
3. 4: "The Charm Shop"-All School Play 2: "Daddy
Long Legs"-All School Play 3: "Honor Bright"-Junior
Class Play 3: Senior Dramatic Advisory Board 3, 4:
Iunior Prom Committee 3: "Quality Street"-All School
Play 4: Memorabilia Staff 4: The National Thespian
Glee Club 1: Basketball l: Tri-Hi-Y 1.
RACHELE E. NEPHEW
Tri-lli-Y 1. 2: Girls' Chorus l: Gym Demonstration 1:
Gregg 63, 80 Dictation and Transcription Certilicate 2:
Complete Theory 2.
Intra-Mural Basketball lc Band 2. 3: Orchestra 2: One'
Act Play for Law 3: lunior Band l.
B. H. S.
RAYMOND I. HOMER
Aviation Club lg One-Act Law Class Play 3.
IESSIE MARGUERITE HOCK
Perfect Attendance l, 3: Complete Theory Certificate
Z: One-Act Play in Assembly 3: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80.
IEAN BETHANA MILLER
Ninth Grade Girls' Chorus l: lunior Tri-Hi-Y l, 2: Gym
Demonstration l, 4: Press Club 2. 3: Glee Club in the
Christmas Program 23 Special Chorus in the Corn-
mencement Program 2: Glee Club 35 Senior Tri-Hi-Y 3:
G. A. A. 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3: Class Secretary 3, 4:
Literary Staff of Memorabilia 4: Christmas Dance Com-
mittee 2: May Day Hop Committee, Chairman 3: Iunior
Prom Committee 3: lntra-Mural Soccer, Basketball.
Baseball 2, 3: Vice-President Tri-Hi-Y 3: O. G. A. Cer-
tificate 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certifi-
cates 60, 80.
Archery Club l: Chess Club l, 3: Gym Team 2: Hi-Y
Club 4: lntra-Mural Basketball 4.
Press Club 2, 3: Commercial Play 33 Complete Theory:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 80.
BETTY L. HORNE
G. A, A. l: lunior Honor Society 1: Kickball l: Basket-
ball l, 2. 3: Gym Team l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Exhibition l, 2, 3,
4: Dramatic Club 2, 3. 4: Press Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2,
3. 4: Perfect Attendance 3: O. G. A. Pin 3: Business
Staff Memorabilia 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3: Commercial
Team to College 3: Commercial Team to Harrisburg 3:
Gregg 120-Word Test 4: National Senior Honor Society:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60. 80,
l0U: National Thespian 4.
Tri-Hi-Y l: Glee Club 2: All-School Play l: Girls' Chor-
us l: Gym Demonstration l. 4: lntra-Mural Sports l:
Basketball 3. 4: lunior Class Play 3: Science Club 4.
LUCETTA ARLENE HAUCK
Gym Demonstration l: Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Perfect Attend-
ance 3: One-Act Play: Gregg Dictation and Trans-
cription Certificates 60, 80.
Baseball 2: Gym Demonstration 3: G. A. A. 3, 4: Puppet
Show in Assembly 3.
BEVERLY IEAN KAHLER
Baseball l: Girls' Chorus l: Glee Club 2: Kickball 2.
B. H. S.
MARY IANE SHARPLESS
Library Club l: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mendelssohn Club
2, 3: MacDowell Club 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
Z: Prompter "Honor Bright" 3: "Daddy Long Legs" 3:
Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, Z, 3: Basketball l, Z, 3, 4:
Senior Honor Society 4.
PAULINE R. PECKNE
Iunior Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2,
3, 4: Gym Demonstration 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4.
Library Club: Basketball l, 3: Volleyball l: G. A. A. 4:
Gym Demonstration 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Soccer 3.
ROBERT P. SORBER
Science Club l: Iunior Hi-Y l: One-Act Play 3: Iunior
Class Play--"Honor Bright" 3: Aviation Club l: Dra-
ma.ic Club 3: Science Club 4
Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4: lntra-Mural Basketball l, Z. 3, 4:
Gym Demonstration l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Team l, 2. 3, 4:
Track Team 3: Soccer 3: Assembly Skits l, Z: National
Athletic Honor Society.
BESSIE MARIE KELLER
Iunior Dramatic Club l: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2: Commercial
Play 3: O. G. A. Pin: Gregg Dictation and Transcrip-
tion Certificates 60. 80
IAMES B. KISTLER
"lim," "Kissie," "Lucky Tetern
Iunior Band l: Press Club 2. 3, 4: MHonor Bright" flun-
ior Class Playl 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Band 3: lunior
Prom Committee 3: "Quality Street" 4: One-Act Plays:
MA Christmas Idyll," A'The Florist Shop," 4.
ELEANOR FRANCES BRADY
Tri-Hi-Y l: Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Mendlessohn Club 2, 3:
Baseball 1. 2: Cheerleader 3. 4: MacDowe1l Club 4:
Memorabilia Staff 4: Christmas Cantata 2, 3: Kickball
l. 2: Operetta: Basketball 2.
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Kickball l: Baseball l, Z, 3: lunior
Tri-Hi-Y 1: Gym Team 2, 3, 4: Commercial Team to
Harrisburg 3: Gregg 60 Shorthand Pin 2: O. G. A. Pin
3: 64 Word without error Certificate and Pin 3.
DOROTHY PAYE DAWSON
Kickball l, 2: Volleyball l, 2, 3: Baseball l, Z, 3, 4:
Perfect Attendance l. 2, 3: Girls' Chorus l: Gregg
Perfect Attendance l, , 3: Girls' Chorus l: Gregg
Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 80. l0U:
Numerals Z: Old English "B" 3: Basketball 3, 4: Soccer
3. 4: G. A. A. 4.
B. H. S.
BLOSSOM UNICE COOK
Basketball l, 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Club I: "The Poppien-
Operetta lg Soccer 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Press Club
2, 3: Gym Demonstration 3.
WILLIAM H. BARTON
"Baron," "Bill," "Buzz"
Aviation Club l, Z9 One Act Play in Assembly 1: Intra-
Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 2, 3:
Personnel Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4: Track Team 3, 4:
Soccer Team 35 Volleyball 4: Memorabilia Statl 43
Easter Cantata 4: "Tea House of Sing Lo" 4.
IOHN S- IOHNSON
Play in Assembly 3: Football 3: Gym Exhibition 3.
Gym Team 3, 4: Gym Demonstration 3, 4: Soccer 3:
lntra-Mural Basketball 3: Commercial Play in Assem-
bly 31 Perfect Attendance 35 Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100.
EARL ROSS EDWARDS
Aviation Club l.
Tri-lli-Y 1. 2, 3: Gym Demonstration 3: Soccer 4: Gold
Pin 2: Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates
60, 80, 100: Perfect Attendance 2.
EVELYN LOIS THRASH
Glee Club 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2: Kickball 1, 2.
"Ice Cream Cone Sam"
Football Manager 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: School Printer
1, 2. 3, 4: l'Ii-Y 3. 4: Intra-Mural Basketball 4: Librarian
3: Gym Demonstration 3: Band.
Cheer Leader 1: Intra-Mural Basketball l, Z, 3: Science
Club 1: Class Team 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y Club 3, 4: Intra-Mural
Soccer 3: Varsity Basketball 4: Track Manager 3.
Glee Club 1. Z. 3. 4: Tri-I-Ii-Y Club 1, Z. 3: Kickball 1:
Baseball 1, Mixed Chorus 2: Basketball 2, 4: Sec-
retary of Tri-Ili-Y 3: One-Act Play in Assembly 3:
Gregg Certificates 60, 80, 100 Shorthand: Gregg 120
Pin 4: MacDowell Club 4: Soccer 4: Typing Staff of
Red and White 4: Literary Staff of Memorabilia: Oper-
etta 4: Easter Cantata 4: Perfect Attendance 3.
B. H. S.
EDWARD FRANK REIMARD
Band l, 2: Senior Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Iunior Dramatic Club
1, Z: Senior Dramatic Club 3, 4: Gym Team 2, 3, 4:
Gym Demonstration 2, 3, 4: "Where the Cross is Made"
3: "Honor Bright" 3: "Quality Street" 43 Law Class
Play 3, Press Club 4: Puppet Show 45 lntra-Mural
Gym Demonstration l, 2, 3, 49 Baseball 1, 2, 3: Kickball
lg Gym Team 3: Basketball 3: Glee Club 49 Numerals
2: Orchestra l.
Kickball lg Baseball l, 25 Gym Demonstration 1: Glee
Club l, 2, 3: Dramatic Club Z. 3, 4, One-Act Play 3,
Prompter for "Quality Street" 4: Gregg Certificates
60, 80, 100.
One-Act Play in Assembly lp Girls' Chorus 1, Library
Club 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball
3, 4: G. A. A. Z, 3, 4: Gym Demonstration Z, 3, 4: Glee
Club 2, 3, Memorabilia Literary Staff 4: Senior National
Honor Society Treasurer.
RUTH E. BILLMAN
Tri-Hi-Y 1. Z, 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Gym Demonstration
1. 2: Basketball l: Gregg Dictation and Transcription
Certificate 60, BU.
EDA M. LOREMAN
ljbrary Climb 1: Basketball 1. 2, 3: Soccer 1, 3: Baseball
l, 2, 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Press Club 2:
Color Bearer 2: 3. 4: Kickball 3: Girls' Chorus l: Dance
Committee Z: Gym Team 4.
Iunior National Honor Society 1: Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Gym
Demonstration Z. 3: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 3:
Mendlessohn Club: MacDowell Club 4: Literary Staff
of Memorabilia 4: Christmas Cantata Z. 3: Easter
Cantata 4: "The Tea Shop of Sing Lo" 4
IUNE ELAINE CONNOR
Kickball l, 2: Library Club l: Gym Demonstration 1.
2. 3. 4: Library Play l: Hi Ho Club 2: Baseball 2, 3:
G. A. A. 3, 4: G. A. A. Officer 4: Basketball 4: Band 3.
4: Girls' Chorus 1: Press Club 4: Soccer 4.
Iunior National Honor Society 1: Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Intra-
Mural League l, 2, 3, 4: Aviation Club l, 2: Intra-
Class Basketball l, 2. 3: Gym Demonstration 3, 4:
A'Honor Bright" 3: Iunior Prom Committee 3: Class
President 3. 4: Personnel Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3:
Memorabilia Staff 4: National Senior Honor Society 4.
B. H. S.
WILLIAM ALFRED STEVENS
Aviation Club l.
GRACE MARIE TRUMP
G. A. A. l: Gym Demonstration l, Z, 3, 4: Kickball l:
Basketball l. 2, 3. 4: Baseball l, 2, 3: Press Club l. 4:
Soccer 2, 35 Literary Staff of Memorabilia 4: Gym
Team 3, 4: Gregg Diction and Transcription Certificates
lunior National Honor Society lp Aviation Club l, 2:
Science Club l, 4: Gym Demonstration l: Football
2, 3: Personnel Club 3, 45 lntra-Mural Basketball 2, 4:
lunior Prom Committee 3: Vice-President of Senior
Class 45 Memorabilia Staff 4: lntra-Mural Soccer 4:
lntra-Mural Volleyball 4: President ol Senior National
Honor Society 4.
Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4: lntra-Mural Basketball l. Z, 3, 4:
lntra-Mural Basketball l, 3, 4: lunior Basketball Man-
ager 3: Track Manager 3: Press Club 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 3. 4:
Library Club l, 2, Cheer Leader 3: Class Basketball 3:
lntra-Mural Soccer 3: Senior Manager Basketball 4.
LOVELLA REGENE IOHNSON
Girls' Chorus l: Tri-Hi-Y lg Kickball lg Baseball 2: Gym
Demonstration 2: Basketball 3: Soccer 4.
Mainville High School 1: Basketball l, 2: Baseball 1, 2:
Class Officer 1, 2: "Huckleberry Finn" 2: "Haunted
2: Gym Demonstration 3. 4g lntra-Mural Basketball 3.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2: Football 3: Lead in Play.
"College Bread" 3: Perfect Attendance 3: Gregg Dicta-
tion and Transcription Certificates 50, 80.
Science Club 1: Iunior Hi-Y 1, 2: Senior Hi-Y 3, 4:
Aviation Club 2: Press Club 2, 3. 4: lntra-Mural Basket-
ball l. 2, 4: Intra-Mural Soccer 1: Football Manager
2: Track Team 3, 4: Memorabilia Staff 4.
IOSEPH K. LAYOS
Basketball l. 2: Baseball 1, Z: "Huckleberry Finn 2:
"Haunted" 2: Intra-Mural Basketball 3: Play in As-
GERALD E. FRITZ
Science Club 1: Aviation Club 1: Hi-Y Club 3, 4.
B. H. S.
One-Act Play-Gettysburg 2: Gym Demonstration 3:
One-Act Play tor Law 4.
RALPH W. BAIRD
Football Manager l, 2. 3: Library Club l: Gym Demon-
stration l: lntra-Mural Basketball l: Varsity Basketball
2, 3, 4: Coach of Class Team Z: Perfect Attendance
l, Z, 3: Iunior Prom Committee 3: Track Team 3, 4:
Press Club 4: Member of lntra-Mural Athletic Com-
mittee 4: President of lnlra-Mural Basketball League
4: Glee Club 4: National Athletic Scholarship Society:
A'Tea House of Sing Lo" 4.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Soccer Ball 4: Tri-Hi-Y Play 2: O. G. A.
Pin 3: Gregg 120-Word Pin: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60, 80, lOU: Competent Typist
RUTH IRENE BEYER
Gym Demonstration l, 3: Baseball l: Kickball l: Library
Club Z: One-Act Play-"Between the Book Ends" Z:
One-Act Play-"Iury Case" 3.
Gym Team l, 2: Gym Demonstration l, 2. 3: Basketball
l, 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2, 3: Volleyball
l. 2, 3: Perfect Attendance 2, 3: Manager of Baseball
2: Manager of Basketball 3: Vice-President of G. A. A.
4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Thespian
Honor Society 4: Commercial Play-"College Bread"
3: Mrs. Barrington in A'Honor Bright" 3: C. G. A. Pin 3:
Prompter in "Quality Street" 4: Manager of Play-
"About Face" 4: Senior National Honor Society 4:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60, 30,
BEATRICE RUTH Sl-IUMAN
Tri-Hi-Y l. 2: Gym Demonstration 3: Baseball l. 2, 3:
Scocer 2, 3, 4: O. G. A. Certificate 3: Gregg Dictation
and Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100.
Girls' Chorus l: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4:
Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 2: Soccer 1, 2. 3: Mendlessohn
Club 3: MacDowell Club 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Board Mem-
ber of G. A. A.: Christmas Cantata 2, 3: Easter Cantata
4: "The Tea Shop of Sing Lo" 4.
IACK CHROMIS RHAWN
Iunior Hi-Y l: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club l:
Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Red and White 2, 3,
4: Varsity Football 3: Football 2: Gym Demonstration
2: Radio Program in Assembly 2: Iunior Class Play 3:
National Athletic Honor Society 3: Memorabilia Staff
49 Flag Day Program in Assembly 1: "Honor Bright" 3.
Complete Theory 3: Gregg Dictation and Transcription
Certificates 60, 80.
FREDERICK G. DENT
Aviation Club l, 2: Science Club 1: lntra-Mural Basket-
ball l. 4: Perfect Attendance 2. 3: Hi-Y 4: Gym Demon-
stration 3, 4: Personnel Club 3, 4: lunior Prom Com-
mittee 3: Volleyball 4.
B. H. S.
Gym Demonstration 1: Tri-Hi-Y l, 2: Soccer 1, 2, 3:
Basketball 1, 3: Glee Club l, 2, 3: Mendlessohn Club
1, Z: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 29
Christmas Cantata l, 2: Dramatic Club 2, 4: "The Tea
Shop ot Ling Lo" 4: O. G. A. Pin 45 "Honor Bright" 3:
Easter Cantata 4: 'AAbout Face" 4: Gregg Dictation
and Transcription Certificates 60, 80, 100: Honorable
Mention in Bookkeeping Contest.
DORIS IEAN FARLEY
Glee Club 1, 2, 3: G. A. A. 2: Gregg Dictation and
Transcription Certificates 60. 80, l00: Memorabilia
ARLENE BETTY SHAFFER
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2: Gym Demonstration 1: Kickball l: Girls'
Chorus lg Glee Club 2. 3: Gregg Dictation and Trans-
cription Certificates, 60 and 80.
ELEANOR E. WHITENIGHT
Gym Team 1, 2. 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3. 4:
Press Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: "Daddy Long
Legs" 3: Memorabilia Pictures 4.
Tri-Hi-Y lg O. G. A. 35 Gregg 120 Shorthand Pin 4:
Gregg Dictation and Transcription Certificates 60. 80.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
MERRILL DEITRICI-I IAMES DORSEY
IEAN MILLER THOMAS NORTH
B. H. S.
SECRETARY . . .
HISTORIAN . . .
SECRETARY . . .
HISTORIAN . . .
, , . . ROBERT MCGARRAI-I
MARY LOU DILLON
. . . . CLARK BIDLEMAN
. . . . ISRAEL KRAUSS
, . . . . . . ANNE SHORTESS
.. MARIORIE STRAUSER
Dillon. Mary Lou
Eastman, Sara lean
IUNIOR CLASS ROLL
Kuster, Marie Betty
White, Martha I.
B. H. S.
SCPHCMCRE CLASS ROLL
Abbott, Pauline H.
Ande, Ralph F.
Arnwine, Allen C.
Aten, Geraldine C.
Beagle, Helen M.
Boughter, William G.
Carl, Arline H.
Casey, Francis I.
Chandler, Mary lane
Connor, G. Lester
Creveling, Keith M.
Edwards, Eugene Albert
Feldser, Lucille A.
Geasy, Ann L.
Gillespie, William G.
Girton, Charleen A.
Greenly Sylvia A.
Gross, loe E.
Harper, Catharine L.
Hess, lanet C.
Hilliard, George E.
Housenick, Mary Cathe
Neyhard. Mary E.
Riegel, lean Louise
Scott, Mary Louise
Shaffer, Helen I.
Shaffer, Max W.
Sterner, Mary lane
Stevens, Arline M.
Taylor, Ruth E.
Underwood, I. Arthur
Van Horn, Hazel
Weller, Ned E.
Young, Stella M.
FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL
Bachinger, Claire G.
Bennet, Milton C.
Best. Eugene R.
Burton, Mary lane
Doty, Nola Irene
Dyer, Betty E.
Eisenhauer. Ruth M.
Fenstemacher, Mary L.
Fetterman, Betty E.
Flaherty, Mary Ellen
Girton, Beverly C.
Green, Mary Bella
Greenley, Dayton G.
Hahn, Virginia P.
Hartman, Beverly I.
Hartzel, Isabelle L.
Horowitz, K. lane
Kline, lack H.
Knight, Ieanne A.
Krum, Martha E.
Long, Shirley I.
Magee, loanne H.
Maust, Lee B.
tilordan, Alice I.
Moyer, Mary Doris
Patterson, Nancy E.
Pursel. Eleanor Martha
Quick, Ieanne Betty
Sands, Mary C.
Stokes, Betty lane
Thomas, Donald B.
Van Horn, lames W.
Viets, lack H.
B. H. S.
RECORD CF CLASS OF 1938
The class of '38 entered high school in 1934, and first distinguished itself
near the end of that term with the ninth grade commencement and Iunior
Honor Society induction. '
A more confident and consequently much more lively class returned the
following year. At that time the following officers were elected:
President ....... . . . . . . . . . . . Ann Muirhead
Vice-President . . . . Arthur Rupert
Secretary ..... .... B lossom Cook
Treasurer ................................ lack Fritz
Early in September, 1936, Bloomslourg High School again opened its
doors, and the same group, with the usual additions and subtractions,
changed its class title from Sophomore to lunior. Through the efforts of the
class, a dramatically and financially successful class play, "Honor Bright"
was presented on March 5, 1937. On May 21 of the same year the class
sponsored the social highlight of the year, the Iunior Prom. Officers who
served that year were:
President ..... . . . Merrill Dietrich
Vice-President . . . .... Arlene Masters
Secretary ..... ...... I ean Miller
Historian .........,.................... lack Schlauch
Last fall, as Seniors with the usual added dignity, we once more returned
to our Alma Mater and elected the following as officers for our final year
in B. H. S.:
President ..... . . . Merrill Dietrich
Vice-President . . . .... Iames Dorsey
Secretary . . . . . lack Schlauch
Historian .......................... .... T om North
The class as a group ran smoothly all year. Two parties between the
two academic home rooms were held during the year. The senior class play,
"The Black Flamingo," was presented on Iune 2 and 3.
B. H. S.
First Row: R. Chandler, H. Fenstemaker, C. Wright.
Second Row: R. Bachinger, P. Appelman, R. Letterman, A. Muirhead, E. Whitenight,
Third Row: E. Brady, G. Trump, H. Robbins, S. I. Eastman, B. Marr, D. Zanzinger, I. Miller
B. Creasy, G. Thomas.
Fourth Row: I. Schlauch, B. Harris, D. Ohl, B. Kuster, M. Kelly, C. Girton, B. Horne. P. Sitler.
Fifth Row: I. Rhawn, R. Hutchings, T. North, I. Faux, R. Snyder, A. Masters, S. Appleton.
I. Dorsey, S. Gilmore, M. Dietrich, Mr. Hyde
This year's production of the Memorabilia, major project of the Class of
l938, was in the hands of two distinct groups: a business staff under the di-
rection of Mr. Harold Miller, and a literary staff under the direction of Mr.
Hyde. All student work was in the hands of the Senior Class.
The production staff, chosen through recommendations made by Mrs.
Harriet Kline, head of the English Department in the high school, Was com-
prised of Howard Fenstemaker, editor-in-chief: Clinton Wright, associate edi-
torg Raymond Chandler, business managerg Ruth Snyder, secretary: Max Mil-
ler, Photographer: Betty Creasy, typistg Betty Harris and Betty Creasy, and
Iean Miller, and Helen Robbins, clerks: and a host of others Whose duty it was
to solicit advertising and to disinter the facts. The assignments were handled
as a project in the Senior English Classes, with every member of the class
submitting an article for consideration. In this way no one with ability was
overlooked, for those students who Wrote material which could be published
were added to the staff.
A subscription campaign, also worked out in the form of an English pro-
ject, Was carried on within the school. Here, a number of students Who were
selected for their ability as salesmen conducted, in the homerooms of the
underclassmen, a competitive contest, designed to stimulate interest in the
book. By Feb. 14 a total of 250 copies had been sold.
Since no one person or group is responsible for all that goes into the
making of a book of this nature, and is therefore not entitled to any credit
which may accrue from such responsibility, the staff wishes to thank the
members of the faculty and all others who have Worked to make the Memora-
bilia for l938 a success.
First ltow: B. Vanderslice. I. Bhawn, R. Chandler, Mr. Lf Brown. ll. Hutchinge, E, Reimard.
Second How: B. Baird, A, Muirhead, I. Conner. B, Horne, P. Sitler. S. Gilmore
Third Row: I. Kistler. H. Mordan, I. Letterman, D. Zanzinger. M. Strauser, M. Kelly, I,
Sharpless, I. Wanich, B. Hagenbuch, I, Wenner.
Fourth Row: C. Wright, F. Brunner, H. Fenstemaker, Mary Neyhart, S. Fortner. M. I.
Chandler, K. Harker, A. Shortess, R. Snyder, K. Housenick. B. Harris, G. Trump, A. Masters.
BLCOMSBUBG PRESS CLUB
The aim of the Press Club this year has been to strive on toward
increasingly high standards of journalism. No sooner has one goal been
reached than a new goal has taken its place. ln this way the student has
been exposed, in small but effective doses, not only to the fundamentals of
journalism but also to the problems encountered in dealing with the journal-
The rules of the Press Club, of strict nature and so conducive to high
standards, require that each member hand in material for each issue, and that
he should be present at every meeting unless he should give a reasonable
excuse. The members of the staff are promoted to higher positions by a
Mr. Edward I. Brown has been faculty advisor during the past year: Alex
Fisher, Art Director: and William Shutt, I. Wesley Knorr have acted in the
capacity of Business Managers. Frank Hilscher has been Editor-in-Chief of
the eight publications during the school year of l937-38. He has been faith-
fully assisted by Bobert Hutchings, Assistant Editor. The administrative Staff
appreciates the fine cooperation which they have received from the members
of the Club.
QUILL AND SCBOLL
The various members of the Press Club, whose work is of high quality,
become honorary members of the Quill and Scholl. The purpose of this
organization is to reward students for outstanding work and to encourage
further endeavors in this type of work.
To be eligible for the honors, a student must be a junior or a senior with
at least two years' meritorious service in the Press Club.
The Quill and Scroll award is the highest honor awarded in the journalism
field in Bloomsburg High School, and the students who are privileged to wear
this pin should feel highly honored.
B. H. S.
HIGH SCHOOL DBAMATIC CLUB
The Dramatic Club of Bloomsburg High School as a group is well known for its
ability and willingness to entertain. The group itself, however, has much higher aims
than mere entertainment. Members of the club have assisted with make-up, tryouts,
coaching, and the production of all the major plays of the year to make them oi highest
During the past year the Dramatic Club has developed dramatic talent in all people
who were interested in that type of work. The aims throughout the entire year have stood
for the highest type of dramatic work possible. With such unusual aims before them and
with Mrs. Kline as sponsor, the Dramatic Club has done work of high standard.
Dramatic Club officers elected for the current year were: President, Robert McGarrahg
Vice-President, Bichard Tomkinson: Secretary, Betty Marr. Members of the advisory board
included Rosemary Bachinger, Mary Kelly, Marjorie Frey, lean Freeman, Clifton Wright,
and Howard Fenstemaker.
The club presented the All-School Play, "Quality Street," by Iames Barrie, on Novem-
ber IS, before an appreciative audience. On February l8, members of the club from the
Iunior Class, assisted by the other members of the class, presented the annual Iunior Class
Play. This year "Big-Hearted Herbert," by Sophie Kerr and A. S. Richardson was selected
for that production.
Other club members coached and participated in the following one-act plays: MA
Christmas Tree That Lived," "Tickets, Please," "About Face," A'The Cap and Bells,"
"Women Folks," and "The Florist Shop." Rosemary Bachinger entertained with mono-
logues at various organizations of town throughout the year.
NATIONAL THESPIAN DRAMATIC HONOR SOCIETY
The Dramatic Club of the Bloomsburg High School is affiliated with the National
Thespian Dramatic Honor Society for High Schools. This organization is devoted to the
interest of dramatics in secondary schools. It broadens the field of education in apprecia-
tion of dramatics. Qualifications for membership in the National Thespian Dramatic Honor
Society of Bloomsburg High School were set up by members of Bloomsburg High School
Dramatic Club and are in accordance with the regulations of the National Thespian Or-
ganization. l937-l938 Thespians included Betty Marr, Dorothy Ohl, Ruth Snyder, Bose-
mary Bachinger, Clifton Wright, Howard Fenstemaker, Maxine Creasy, Marjory Frey, Robert
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The newest organization in the Bloomsburg High School, the Science
Club, was formed this year for the purpose of furthering student interest in
science and science projects,
The three teachers in the science department, Miss Long, Mr. Wagner and
Mr. Campbell, acted as sponsors to the group and helped arrange a variety
of interesting activities and projects during the year.
Four separate groups, each acting independently, were formed. These
specialized in the fields of nature stury, photography, astronomy, and radior.
The groups engaged in a number of activities. These included visiting lec-
tures, parties, nature study hikes, and many practical demonstrations in
various fields. Through the medium of the club, scientifically-minded stu-
dents were enabled to carry more advanced experiments than those offered
in the science courses.
The club as a whole was composed of 87 members of the Senior High
School. Meetings were held each week. At an organization meeting held
early in the year, the following officers were elected: President, lane Let-
terman: Vice-President, Duy Hutchinson: Secretary-Treasurer, Beverly Kahler.
The number of underclassmen who showed interest in the organization
indicates the possibility of the club's becoming a permanent part of the
schools extra-curricular field-
lB. H. S.
THE STAGE CREW
One of the most active organizations in our school is the Stage Crew.
This club was organized about five years ago by its present sponsor Mr.
Among the functions of the Stage Crew are the supervision of lighting
and sound effects and the construction and setting of scenery for all dramatic
productions, amateur and professional, as well as assisting with the staging
of all assembly programs and the decoration and lighting of the gym for
This club, unlike most of the organizations of the school, has no officers:
instead, there are committees for the operation of the different pieces of
The club has been more active this year than ever before, ln Ianuary,
the members of the club, assisted by students in Mr. l:'isher's advanced art
classes, staged two complete marionette shows, 'Cinderellaf' and "Little Red
Riding Hood," All the work on the construction, costuming, and manipulation
of the puppets, stage scenery, and script was done by the students. Members
of the Stage Crew constructed a miniature stage for the presentation of the
This organization rendered invaluable assistance toward the successful
production of the major plays of the year. With its help many technical diffif
culties were overcome, and the plays were aided considerably by the out-
standing scenery and off-stage effects produced. Since the membership in
this organization is large, the club probably spends more hours per member
in helping the school in its activities than any other club.
The Commercial Department of the Senior High School has been growing
steadily in numbers and ability since it was reorganized in 1929. This de-
partment was installed to give students special training in fields of business
The two main divisions of the department are the secretarial course and
the clerical or bookkeeping course. The secretarial course offers such training
as will prepare students for secretarial or stenographic positions. The book-
keeping course offers a more general training, with its emphasis on book-
keeping and business mathematics.
Students enrolled in the commercial course received practical training
and experience during the year. A number assisted in the ofiice from time
to time as a part of the required work. The department serves as a publishing
house for the school, since all the tests and drill sheets used by the teachers in
the building are turned out by the commercial students under their supervision
on the duplicating machines.
For the past few years entries in all fields of commercial work have been
submitted from the department to various commercial contests. ln most cases
Bloomsburg has been well represented among the leaders, and a number of
students have received state-wide, nation-wide recognition for outstanding
An employment bureau was operated during the past year. Several
members of the faculty in that department developed the bureau for the pur-
pose of providing employment for students capable of doing satisfactory work.
Graduates of the department were also kept informed of opportunities in the
field of business.
Students of the department held a number of social events in the form
of parties. ln the spring a commercial program was presented in the audi-
Faculty members who taught commercial subjects were Mr. Knorr, Mr.
Shutt, Mr. Brown, Mrs. Kline, and Mr. Yeany. Much credit is due them for
B. H. S.
Front Row: A. Masters, R. Snyder, I. Dorsey, F. Remley, R. Letterman, H. Casey, M. Men
Second Row: R. Davis, M. Dillon, M. Haas, H. Fenstemaker, M. Sharpless, B. Marr, M.
Third Row: C. Bidleman, E. Heller, I. Schlauch, F. Hilscher, C. Wright, M. Deitrick, M.
Rutter, H. Robbins, B, Horn, H. Letterman, Mr. Patterson, I. Wanick.
SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Senior National Honor Society is the only organization of its kind
in the Bloomsburg High School. Its chief purpose is to encourage higher
scholastic standards among high school students. Its membership is limited to
the upper ISW of the Senior Class and the upper SWJ of the Iunior Class.
This year, as usual, the determining grades were obtained from scholastic
Work in the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years. ln addition to
the scholastic requirements, citizenship, service and character Were considered.
Extra-curricular activities were also taken into consideration in the selection
of members, The society was well represented in nearly all the various
activities occuring outside the regular classwork.
A faculty committee, composed of Mr. Schell, Mr. Yeany, and Mr. Patter-
son, made the final decision and gave its approval of all candidates. Nine-
teen seniors and eight juniors were elected to membership. Of the senior
group, seven were admitted to the society last year..
The group was organized in the spring, and an initiation program was
held on Iune 6, in the auditorium. At that time the principles of the society
were given and explained, and membership cards were presented to the
At an organization meeting, the following officers Were elected: president,
Iames Dorsey: vice-president, Frank Remleyg secretary, Ruth Snyder, treas-
urer, Ruth Letterman. These officers took part in the initiation ceremony. Mr.
Patterson very ably acted as faculty advisor to the group.
Three members of the society, Howard Fenstemaker, Ir., Iack Schlauch,
and Arlene Masters, were selected as the l938 Commencement speakers.
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Seated: I. Greenly. F. Dent, D. Girton, I. Dorsey. T. North, H. Fenstemaker. M. Dietrich,
S. Fortner, R. i!lcGarrah.
Standing: Mr. Miller, D. Savage. N. I-loman, H. Zeisloft. B. Barton. K. Beagle, P. Yeany,
P. Baker. C. Wright.
The Personnel Club is virtually an unhearalded organization of the
Bloomsburg High School. Ross Kistler, former faculty member, founded the club
in 1928 for the purpose of rendering service to the school. And it has faith-
fully continued to do so for the last ten years. The membership may not ex-
ceed twenty and new members must be unanimously elected by the club and
approved by the faculty.
During the year 1937-1938, members of this club ushered at all plays and
entertainments given by the school and assisted at all the home basketball
games. The club sponsored a very successful Hallowe'en dance on November
To uphold its interest in sports the club presented a beautiful trophy to
the winners of the inter-class basketball tournament. The award is on ex-
hibition in the trophy case of the library. An important event of the club's
activity has always been the initiation of new members of the school year.
The prospective members received "mental torture" for a week and then the
initiations came to its usual climax with the sting of paddles. The only reward
Personnel Club members received in return for the service they rendered was
the honor membership.
Harold Miller, who has been at the helm of the organization for eight
years, and Lawrence Campbell, who gave valuable assistance, were the
faculty advisors. The officers were President, Tom North: Vice-President, Iames
Dorsey: Secretary-Treasurer, Howard Fenstemaker.
B. H. S.
Firls Row: S, Cohen, Mr. Wagner, G. Fritz, R. Haas, M. Deitrich.
Second Row: M. Mordan, D. Greenly, B. Hyde, F. Henrie, H. Mordan, N. Homan, E. Reimard.
Third Row: D. Girton, W. Birtley, F. Dent, L. Hower, R. DeMott, D, Edwards.
Fourth Row: R. Vanderslice, B. Hinds, D. Snyder, I. Higgins.
BLOOMSBURG HI-Y CLUB
Hi-Y Clubs are formed in high schools throughout the United States Where
there are no Y. M. C. A. organizations. The purpose of these clubs is to
create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout
the school and community, and to promote clean sports, clean speech, clean
habits, and clean scholarship.
As one of the most active clubs in the Bloomsburg High School, the Hi-Y
organization participated in activities throughout the year. At Christmas the
boys distributed baskets from the homerooms to needy people of Bloomsburg
and vicinity, The boys also helped with other activities of the school when
their assistance was requested.
The club sponsored a successful George Washington Birthday dance, and
held a banquet during the course of the year's activities. lnterest was kept
alive among the boys during the year by means of a series of contests held
Within the club.
The twenty-two members of the Hi-Y Club were guided under the effi-
cient sponsorship of Mr. Wagner, who ended his second year as advisor to
the organization with a record of which a sponsor of any club may be proud.
Regular meetings under his leadership were held on the first and third
Tuesday of each month. The past year saw the following boys elected officers
of the club: President, Merrill Dietrich: Vice-President, Robert Haas: Secre-
tary, Gerald Fritz: Chaplain, lack Higgins.
HIGH SCHOOL BAND
The Bloomsburg High School band again showed rapid strides of progress
this year. lt can be seen that equality with last year's work was accomplished
soon after organization last fall, and that the work since then has shown con-
With an active membership of fifty-five, the group figured prominently in
a number of activities of both the school and the town. On September 29,
as its first important appearance, the band gave a concert at the Bloomsburg
Fair. lts first showing in a parade, on October 26, was in the Bloornsburg
Halloween Parade: its second showing, a few days later, was in a parade
at Catawissa. The organization was well received both times.
On November ll the band donated its services to the
American Legion for the Armistice Day celebration.
One of the outstanding events for the year was a
broadcast from the Bloomsburg State Teachers College over
the Sunbury station WKOK, on Ianuary l2. Other events
of the season included a concert given on February 22 as
a part of the assembly program of the Nescopeck High
School, a concert given February 23 before the students of
the Bloomsburg State Teachers College, and a concert given
on March 9 in the high school at Shamokin.
The Climax of the season for the band was the second
annual concert played on March 17 in the auditorium. Mr.
Fenstemaker, director of the Bloomsburg College band, was
B. H. S..
First Row: Hazel Van Horn, B. Ketchem, Kathleen Askew, M. Rutter, I. Kuster, B. Gilamus,
M. Hartzell, P. Guthrie, M. Scott, H. Cromis.
Second Row: Mr. Kurty. C. Brink, A. Giger, R. Leiby, D. Zanzinger, G. Wanich, I, Gross.
K. Harper, H. Mordan.
HIGH SCHOGL ORCHESTRA
ln the field of instrumental music this year, an orchestra was organized as
usual and made several appearances. The organization furnished the music
before and between acts of the major plays of the year, namely the All-School
Play, the lunior Class Play, and the Senior Class Play, also the operetta. The
orchestra held rehearsals nearly every Wednesday afternoon. The members
were made better acquainted with the classics, and Mr. Kurtz, the director,
introduced other types of music to give the group a well-varied repertoire.
This year the violin section was one of the largest in the history of the
orchestra, with a number of sixteen equaling the total number of all other
ln its few public appearances, the orchestra made a splendid showing.
Many favorable comments were received from people of town who heard the
organization. Much credit is due Mr. Kurtz, whose untiring efforts were
rewarded by an increased appreciation of good music by the students and
HIGH SCHCCL GLEE CLUB
Bloomsburg High School, long noted for the fine work of its song clubs.
has this year run true to form, its performances being none but the best.
Vocal music in the school was first organized in 1935 by Miss Maree
Pensyl, who instituted the Girls' Chorus. The purpose of that organization,
as the purpose of the present Glee Club, was to teach young people to enjoy
singing and to provide music for school functions.
This year, under the direction of Mr. Kurtz, the Glee Club worked out a
large group of songs, And at Easter, with the assistance of twelve Senior
High boys, it presented a lovely Cantata. As a climax to its activities, the
Crlee Club presented "The Tea Shop of Sing Lo," an operetta in two acts.
The operetta was well staged and was presented on May 4 and 5. Miss
Lorah of the faculty assisted Mr. Kurtz with the dramatics connected with the
operetta. The important singing parts were taken by Violet Pataki, William
Barton, Paul Baker, Ralph Baird, Eleanor Brady, and Grace Thomas. A
characteristic Chinese setting with a modern tone furnished the background
for 'The Tea House of Sing Lo."
B. H. S.
Seated: B. Kuster, M. Girton, M. I. Barton, K. Harper, E. Brady, M. I. Sharpless. B. Pursel.
Standing: Mr. Kurtz, P. Snyder, B. Katerman. V. Albertson, G. Thomas, V. Pataki, C.
Girton, M. Speer
The MacDowell Club, new this year, was formed from the fragments of
the old Mendelssohn Club. The organization has in its possession a letter
from Mrs. Edward MacDowell giving permission to use that name. The club
is compsed of the fourteen outstanding voices from the Girls' Chorus. Betty
Kustor is the accompanist. The MacDowell Club sang at the Christmas party
of the Tyrian Club in Catawissa. lt also delighted audiences twice at the
Methodist Church. At the request of Mr. Gordon Keller the girls took part
in the Bloomsburg program in celebration of American Music Day. When
the MacDowell Club entered the Forensic League contest it rendered the
required number "Now is the Month ot May," by Thomas Morley, and the
selected number "ln a Persian Market" by Ketelby. The organization won
first place in the Northeastern Pennsylvania division. ln addition to these
activities the club provided the Baccalaureate and Commencement music,
and its members took part in the Easter Cantata, and the school operetta.
The group journeyed to Grove City for the state finals, held on April 28,
and made an excellent showing, carrying oft fourth honors for ensemble
singing for the state of Pennsylvania.
B. H. S.
Back Row: Mr. Golder, S. Fortner, I. Faux, R. Baird, Mr. Wisher
Front Row: I. Rhawn, P. Baker, C. Thackara, C. Bomboy.
NATIONAL ATHLETIC I-ICDNOR SOCIETY
The National Athletic Honor Society typifies one of the greatest high
school athletic organizations in the United States. This society contains more
than fifteen hundred chapters throughout the entire nation. The society was
founded and organized in 1935 by a group of secondary high school principals.
Since, it has become a fast growing and successful organization.
The purpose of the honor society is to foster a high standard scholarship
among the boy athletes: to stimulate a desire for education as Well as athletic
contest: to elevate the ideals of sportsmanshipg and to develop outstanding
leaders in high schools of the United States.
The boy Who has achieved a membership in this society has really done
himself honor as well as his school, for the eligibility of the society is such
that only the best can be selected. The boy must have exemplified the highest
type of Citizenship and sportsmanship. He must have an average as high
or higher as the general average of the school, for a period of three consecu-
tive semesters. It is truly a high degree of achievement for boys to receive
membership in the National Athletic Honor Society during their high school life,
Those boys from the Bloomsburg High School who this year have won
Seniors: Paul Baker, Stanley Fortney, Iay Faux, Charles Thackara: lun-
iors: Charles Bombay: Members from last year: Ralph Baird, lack Rhawn.
Seated: I. Reilly, R. Baird, I. Faux, I. Fritz, I. Higgins.
Standing: Mr. Golder, F. Henrie, P. Baker, D. Girton, S. Fortner. C. Bombay, B. Vander-
The debut of the 1937-38 Bed and White Panthers into the Susquehanna
League was very successful. As the league season ended, the Panthers came
home with the first championship the school has ever won.
By winning the championship of the Susquehanna League, the Panther
Cagers earned the right to meet Coal Township High School in the P. I. A. A.
District 4 Eliminations. This game was played at Trevorton. Inasmuch as
they were expected to lose by a large margin, their showing was very com-
mendable, as they lost by only six points.
The Panthers then entered the High School Basketball Tournament con-
ducted by Bloomsburg State Teachers College.
ln the opening round of the tournament, the Panthers drew Blythe Town-
ship as their opponent. They easily disposed of this obstacle in their path by
a score of 38-Zl. As their semifinal opponent, they drew Newport Township,
winning by the close score of 30-26. ln the finals, however, they ran up
against a more experienced Freeland five and were defeated 29-22.
The start of the l937-38 basketball season saw Mr. Frank Golder appoint-
ed as coach of the cage sport. Mr. Golder stressed aggressiveness and fight
to his charges and he certainly got it in the way of games in the "win" column.
His system has been very successful here and it is the hope of everyone
interested that he continue to be as successful.
The boys playing ball for the last time for Bloomsburg High School were
Paul Baker, Iack Fritz, Ralph Baird, Stanley Fortner, Frank Henrie, Donald
Girton, and Iay Faux. At the close of the season, Iack Fritz was elected hon-
B. ll-ll. S.
Seated: R. Leiby, D. Shearer. I. Muirhead, B. Haas, E. Nugent.
Standing: Mr. F. Golder, D. Greenly, A. Rambo, R. Hemingway, D. Strauser, B. Rhoads.
D. Hutchinson, S. Butera, G. Letterman, l. Krauss, G. Woods, D. Snyder. I. Shaffer.
ln addition to his outstanding varsity combination for the 1937-38 basket-
ball season- Coach Frank Gelder also developed a junior varsity which prom!
ises many future Panther victories.
Most of the boys on the jayvee squad were members of last year's Infant
Varsity, a group of freshmen organized at that time by Peter Wisher for the
purpose of giving the younger material a chance to develop in order to build
up a reserve for the varsity five. Such a reserve had been sorely needed in
previous seasons. Consequently all the boys except two on the junior var-
sity this year Were sophomores.
The boys made an excellent showing, finishing near the top of the Sus-
quehanna layvee League. The boys got off to a good start when the season
opened, but near the middle of the first half Went into a four-game slump.
From that point they again consistently broke into the Win column for the
remainder of the season.
Throughout the season Coach Golder tried to use as many of the boys
as possible in each game. Usually over a dozen Panther Cubs saw service
before the final gun Went off.
Next year's varsity, although depleted because of graduation, will have
little difficulty in getting under Way from the start of he season, as a number
of boys are already Well-prepared to fill the key positions.
' Berwick ....
Shamokin . . .
Alumni . .
Mifflinburg . . .
Selinsgrove . . .
Mifflinburg . . .
Selinsgrove . . .
RECORD OF GAMES
Regular Season Schedule
. . . Home
. . . . Home
.. 20 Home
.. 24 Away
P. I. A. A. District 4 Eliminations
Coal Township ............ 38-Trevorton-Bloomsburg .... . . .
Bloomsburg State Teachers College Tournament
Bloomsburg .... ............. 3 8 Blythe Township
Bloomsburg .... . . . 30 Newport Township .... . . .
Bloomsburg .... . . 22 Freeland ........... . . .
IB. H. S.
First Row: Miss Whitenight, M. Iohnson, L. Girton, G. Trump, B. Horne, D. Dawson, A.
Muirhead, E. Whitenight, H. Robbins, B. Marr, I. Letterman, D. Letterman, L. Dillon.
Second Row: Mr. Wisher. P. Burns, C. Lyle, F. Nevel, T. Lynn, C. Savage, A. Byrem, R.
Hedland. W. Creveling, Geo. Loreman, F. Polk, M. Creveling, I. Veley, P. Alton, R. Powlus,
R. Tedeser, I. Kramer, L. Kramer. D. Nugent, M. Stephens, M. Rhodes.
Third Row: I. Dawson, G. Loreman, I. Hartzel, B. Kistler, C. Andrews, C. Thackara, L.
Hower, L. Carey, A. Butera, D. Savage, L. Thomas, D. Greenly, I. Galloreath. F. Moser,
I. Larned, E. Reimard.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' GYM TEAMS
lf at any time after four o'clock you should have chanced to step into the
Bloomsburg High School gymnasium, you would have doubted your own
eyes. You would have seen girls doing "front flips," hand springs, walking on
their hands, or doing "chest rolls." But you would merely have been viewing
our gym teams at practice.
Or at another time you might have come upon an even more surprising
sight: boys flying through the air on rings, doing "giant swings" on the high
bar, swinging lndian clubs, or doing front and back flips.
All this has come about as the result of a current educational concept of
athletics as a means of developing social personality: as the result of Blooms-
burg High Schools gym instructors, Miss Whitenight and Mr, Wisher, being
"sold" on the foregoing concept: and as a result of the availability in Blooms-
burg High School of numbers of young people who are suited for athletic
development. Concerning the last item, it can be said that the school has
produced fair quantities of such young people during the past three years,
and that the school still continues to produce them, thus insuring the perpetua-
tion and growth of our gym teams. For those boys and birls Who are athletic-
minded, and even for those who are not particularly so, the gym teams have
much to offer in the Way of pleasant recreation nd in the building of sound
minds in sound bodies,
The activities decided upon for the present year were those which any
average boy or girl can do with the proper training and practice.
First Row: M. Creasy, E. Whitenight, L. Dillon. I. Conner. M. Haas, S. Appleton.
Second Row: R. Letterman, S. I. Eastman, B. Katerman. V. Alton, D. Letterman, I. Veley.
Third Row: P. Peckne, E. Alton, D. Terwilliger, B. Ward, B. Kostenbauder.
D. Snyder, B. Marr, B. Kuster, S. Garwhite.
Fourth Bow: A. Muirhead, I. Miller, B. Pursel R. Robbins, V. Kressler. I. Wenrier, I. Let-
terman, H. Robbins. Miss M. Whitenight.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN
The Girls' Athletic Association was organized in the Bloomsburg High
School in 1929. The G. A. A. has for its purpose and aim the promoting and
regulating of athletics among the girls of the high school, and the encouraging
of girls of the high school to participate in some sport during the year.
The G. A. A., under the capable direction of Miss Mary Whitenight,
participated in many activities during this year, such as soccer, bowling,
breakfast hikes, supper hikes, week-end parties held at the Whitenight farm
and the Girl Scout Cabin.
New members of the club were voted into the club by the old members
and the officers. Each girl was voted for because she was athletic and willing
to participate in every sport or other activitity of the club. A few activities
such as week-end parties and swimming parties were compulsory, and each
girl attended at least one of each of these during the year.
This year the G. A, A. also participated in the annual gym demonstration
held in the high school gymnasium. The club was divided into groups-the
club drill and the silver wand drill, Both drills were well presented by the
Each year the G. A. A. gives awards through a point system to the girls
having a certain number of points for every activity in which she participated.
This system enabled the girls to receive numerals, the and the Chevron.
The officers elected for the present year were: President, Eleanor White-
night: Vice-President, Maxine Creasyg Secretary, Mary Lou Dillon. The sports
managers were: Basketball, Iune Connor: Soccerball, Mary Haas, and Minor
Sports, Shirley Appelton.
B. H. S.
N every organized book certain material, by
reason of its nature, escapes hard and set
classification or departmentalization, and in-
asmuch as such material is often the making of
a finished volume it is common practice to form
an individual section. This has been done by the
staff of the 1938 Memorabilia as is evidenced in the
following and final section, known here as "Pea-
turesf' Formerly a section for "left-over" material
which editors included only because they felt it
wouldn't be right to omit it entirely, the Feature
Section has now become firmly established as one
of value equal to that of others in the book.
B. H, 5. CALENDAR
Sea Scouts held an enjoyable out-
ing at the Boy Scout cabin.
Bloomsburg Band won the second
award in the Hallowe'en parade.
The Academic party was held in the
Dietrich and Company presented a
delightful program of music and
A Dramatic Club Party was held
with the Thespians.
The band played for the American
Legion of Bloomsburg.
'AQuality Street" was presented in
the High School auditorium.
Mr. Sharer of the Educational Divi-
sion of General M o t o r s showed
three reels of movies on safety rules
that we should use in traffic.
Mr. Holland gave an illustrated lec-
ture on whaling.
The Press Club held a dance.
The Susquehanna Valley Press As-
sociation met at Berwick H. S.
Dr. Arthur Edward Brown, the head-
master of Harrisburg Academy ad-
dressed the students.
Dr. Nelson addressed the students
of Biology on Good Posture.
A party was held for the commercial
Mr. Lippey told the students many
of the unusual and famous places
he has visited in the United States.
Iay Faux was elected to the athletic
School closed until Ian. 3.
The Art Department presented the
marionette shows, "Cinderella" and
"Little Red Riding Hood."
Band concert was given in the aud-
itorium. That evening the same
program was broadcast over W.K.O.
K. from the college.
Apr. 7, 8:
May 4, 5:
Iune 2, 3:
Mr. Arthur F. Kane presented an
adventurous story entitled, "Back
Tracking Marco Polo."
First semester ended.
lunior Class Play "Big Hearted Her-
Washington's Birthday, no school.
Commercial Department presented
a program in the evening.
The W. P. A. band entertained in
P. l. A. A. playoff, Bloomsburg vs.
Coal Township, at Trevorton. The
score: Bloom 33, Coal 39.
The Bloomsburg High band present-
ed its second annual concert.
G Man visits B. H. S.
Senior academic home rooms held
a party in the library.
Annual Gym Demonstration.
Mixed Chorus presented in Easter
School closed its doors until April
Senior class visited B. S. T. C.
Glee Club presented its operetta,
MThe Tea House of Sing Lo."
Press Club traveled to Lehigh Press
Memorial Day, no school.
Senior Class Play, "The Black Fla-
Last day of school, annual picnic.
IB. ll-ll. S.
Howard Fenstemaker, Arlene Masters, lack Schlauch
The recent celebration of the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the
framing of the Constitution of the United States gave the theme to the
Commencement exercises for the Class of 1938, held on Wednesday evening,
Iune 8, in the high school auditorium.
The Reverend Earl M. Honaman, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church
of Bloomsburg, delivered the Commencement address. The following stu-
dents spoke on various phases of the Constitution: lack Schlauch, UEvents
Leading up to the Writing of the Constitutionf' Arlene Masters, i'Pennsylvan-
ia's Part in the Constitutionf' Howard Fenstemaker, "The Part the Constitu-
tion Has Played in the History of Our Country."
The Senior Class on Thursday and Friday evenings, Iune 2 and 3, pre-
sented "The Black Flamingofa mystery drama in three acts, The play was
directed by Mrs. Kline.
On Sunday evening, Iune 5, the Rev. B. R. Heller, pastor of the Reformed
Church, delivered the annual Baccalaureate sermon to the class in the Metho-
dist Church. "'
Honor awards to members of the Senior National Honor Society, the Na-
tional Athletic Scholarship Society, and the Quill and Scroll were made on
Iune 6, and the following day the Senior Class presented its Class Day ex-
ercises in an interesting variety program.
PROGRAM OF GYM DEMONSTRATION
Social Dance . .
Marching . . .
Clowns . . .
Big Apple . . .
Military Tap .
Tumbling . . .
Rhythm Tap .
Freehand . . .
Wand Drill . .
Horse Dance . .
. . . . Eighth and ninth grade boys.
Senior l-ligh School Boys and Girls
. Seltzer Brothers, Alka and Bromo
Senior I-ligh School Boys and Girls
. . . . Boys' Gym Team
. .... Girls' Gym Team
. Phyllis McHenry and Iames Watts
. . . . . . . Girls' Athletic Association
. . ....... Girls' Gym Team
B. I-ll. S.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Class of l938, blessed with the power of doing everything wrong
and being not altogether right, do make and publish this, our last Will and
Testament, with no intention of pleasing anyone but ourselves: we do be-
queath our personal belongings and characteristics in the manner indicated
for no good reason at all, except to add spice to the lives of our legatees.
And since we, the Class of 1938, feel that without at least a .few of our
traits, the school would be unable to carry on very successfully, the members
of our class have at last consented to leave the following to underclassmen:
Merrill Deitrich gives to Bob McGarrah the class presidency.
Ruth Snyder bequeaths her character roles in dramatics to lane Horwitz.
Ralph Baird wills his position as our basketball center to Roy Leiby.
Eleanor Brady leaves her cheerleading pep to Kate Hinds.
Nelson Oman promises to leave his poise to David Heller.
Paul Baker bequeaths his late permit to Vincent White.
lack Rhawn leaves his number 7 to Kay Housenick.
Donald Spayde wills his dancing feet to Lester Conner.
Beverly Kahler bequeaths her careful driving to Hobbie Feldman.
Iames Kistler leaves his "Luckey Tester" driving to any oncoming dare devil.
lack Fritz bequeaths his nickname "Lantern" to anyone else who shines as bright.
Christine Girton leaves her "Wild life" to her sister.
Gerald Fritz will give his Buick to anyone who wants it.
Stanley Fortner leaves his basketball ability to William Piper.
Howard Fenstemaker wills the ediiorship of the Memorabilia to any brilliant junior.
Robert Lanterman bequeaths his "speed" to Shirley McHenry.
Sam Cohen wills his little "Black Apron" to next year's poster printer.
Raymond Chandler leaves his "night life" to Lola Brown.
Henry Casey wills her love for "muscle men" to Frances Hess.
Iean Ent bequeaths her timidness to Geraldine Aten.
Dorothy Dawson wills her past love for big cars to Mary Sands.
Maxine Creasy bequeaths her love for butcher boys to any other meat lover.
Lester carey bequeaths his muscular strength to Donald Speer.
Blossom Cook gives to Sonia Curry her desire for Berwick boys.
Bill Barton wills his love for blonds to anyone who prefers them.
Wellington Ent gives his milk route to any early bird.
Wayne Deaner leaves to any ambitious young clerk in papa's "general" 171 store.
Elizabeth Lore-man bequeaths her tiny feet to Iean Freeman.
Willard Birtley leaves his English abilityfll to Elwood Heller.
Marian Benscoter wills her love for Light Street to Harold Zeisloft.
Frank Hilscher gives the editorship of the "Red and White" to Bob Hutchings.
Leo Hower bequeaths his pugnacious ways to lim Greenly.
Fred Dent wills his artistic ability to lean Ohl.
Charlotte Shaffer leaves her love for Catawissa to Betty Reifendifer.
Phyllis McHenry wills her crobatics ability to Katherine Campbell.
Iune Conner gives her slimness to Mary Lou Dillon.
Ruth Robbins wills her square-dancing to Doris Tewilliger.
Lois Slopey promises to leave Ann Shortess her many boyfriends.
Marie Creasy bequeaths her high grades l?l in physics to Clark Bidleman.
Iack Larned bequeaths his slim figure to Bill Viets.
Bobby Vanderslice leaves his short stature to lim Muirhead.
Lee Carl has promised to give his fishing ability to any able young angler.
Angelo Butera gives his manly ways to Iackie Kimmel.
Arthur Dent gives his masculine figure to Sam Butera.
lay Faux bequeaths his basketball career to Duy Hutchinson.
Betty Creasy wills her big blue eyes to Marg Strausser.
lim Dorsey bequeaths his West Point ambitions to "Flip" Yeany.
Bessie Keller gives to Rowena Fetteroff her trickey hair-do's.
Rosemary Bachinger will give Yvonne Snellings fifteen pounds. lit she wants itl
Guy Krurn bequeaths his amibition to be a truck driver to Kimber Beagle.
Dorothy Ohl leaves her dramatic ability to Carol Lanterman.
Betty Pursel bequeaths her dignity U1 to Peggy Headland.
Grace Thomas wills her gracious manner to Agnes Eunson.
Violet Pataki leaves her soprano voice to Peggy Alton.
Iohn Iohnson bequeaths his large frame to Izzie Krauss.
Ed Reimard will give his pipe to anyone who can stand the "stench."
lack Schlauch will leave Tom Sands some of his brain cells in case Tom wants 'em.
Robert Sorber bequeaths his "altitude" to Dick Byrem.
Charles Thackera wills his "dead end" accent to Marion Rutter.
Arlene Arnwine bequeaths her neatness to the Horne twins.
Betty Harris will give her seaport home to any sailor.
SENIOR CLASS WILL
Dick Tomkinson gives his swagger ways to Bill Orner.
Mary Ruth Wayne leaves her coyish ways to Helen Mears.
Eda Loreman bequeaths her unfulfilled love affair to any one, who likes that type of
Karl Rehm wills his desire to become a mortician to any one who likes to
Mary lane Sharpless leaves her 'studying ability to Ann Geasy.
Verda Albertson bequeaths her soft voice to Elizabeth Powlus.
Phyllis Appleman wills her art ability to her sister, Beverly.
Florence Beagle gives her posture to Dorothy Nevel.
Ruth Beyers leaves her short hair to Freda Polk.
Ruth Billman wills her precious giggle to Marjorie Speer.
Luise Girton bequeaths her small knowledge to French to any other ba
Vivian Gulliver leaves her flustery ways to Marian Trump.
Gilbert Henrie wills his aloof attitude to "Sunny" Katerman.
Frank Henrie wills his love of the 'iShag" to Clark Mcl-fenry.
Raymond l-lower bequeaths his height to Ioe Gillespie.
Dick Kipp leaves his shyness to Don Smethers.
Don Girton bequeaths his handsome Nj looks to Iack Higgins.
Pauline Peckne wills her Zazu Pitt's characterizations to Mary Iane Hip
Ruth Letterman gives her pleasing personality to Dorothy Zanzinger.
Miriam Mensinger bequeaths her quiet ways to Dot Snyder.
Lucetta Hauck bequeaths her Fernville interests to Ruth Taylor.
Flora Hawk gives her Catawissa interests to Dawn Ryan.
Marguerite Hock leaves her night to Iean Kashner.
Doris Farley bequeaths her College boy friends to Victoria Krum.
Bill Hoover wills his interest in the meat market to his brother, Bob.
Betty Horne leaves her commercialism to Mary Iane Sterner.
Helen Huntington bequeaths her serene attitude to Betty Shaffer.
Betty Kostenbauder 'gives her active life to Betty Katerman.
Lovella Iohnson leaves her shyness to Shirley Long.
Guy Krapp bequeaths his ambitions f?j to Charles Brink.
Eleanor Whitenight gives her love for basketball stars to Ianet Hess.
Emanell Whitenight leaves her ambitious attitude to Mary Agnes Brady.
Pearl Wintersteen leaves her love for Catawissians to Clyde Millard.
Betty Shaffer leaves her ease at giving English reports to Elva Derrick.
Beatrice Shuman bequeaths her giggles to Betty Fahringer.
Beatrice Vial leaves her boisterous manner to Mary lane Burton.
Thomas North wills his little UI knowledge of sports to Bartlett Wolf.
Iames Watts leaves his commercial ignorance to Stella Young.
Bill Stevens bequeaths his wise remarks Ut to Sally Gilmore.
David Shaffer gives his dignified ways to his sister. Faye.
Harry Moser bequeaths his "traits" to Mary Iane Stokes.
Evelyn Thrash gives Marjorie Fry her small figure.
Arlene Masters leaves her brilliance to Iean Brinton.
Iune Wanich leaves her brother to the Senior Academic Teachers.
Frank Remley bequeaths his love for quiet girls fP. P.j to Dick Savage
Mary Martha Rhodemoyer gives her gentle ways to Phyllis Geasy.
Helen Robbins wills her position on the gym team to Marjorie North.
Alice Steward bequeaths her personality plus to Mildred Drum.
Max Miller bequeaths his superior appearance to Bill Gillespie.
Marry Mordon bequeaths his funny jokes U1 to Bette Patterson.
Betty Marr leaves her desire for graduates to Darl Edwards.
Ioe Layos leaves his gracefulness in dancing to Myrtle Iohnson.
Rachel Nephew bequeaths her figure to Betty Ward.
Beatrice Ledyard gives her boyish ways to Sue Duy.
lean Miller bequeaths her primpness to Faith Williams.
Miriam Lehman wills her modern expression to Lester Thomas.
Freda Nevel leaves her bashfulness to "Cis" Henrie.
Evelyn Remley bequeaths her red hair to Phyllis Snyder.
Arlene Zacher leaves her place at the end of the alphabet to Harold Ze
Ann Muirhead leaves that sunny disposition of hers to Iean Thomas.
Grace Trump bequeaths her artistic ability to Mary Louise Scott.
Clifton Wright leaves his intelligent answer 171 to Mary Haas.
The Senior Class appoints Rosemary Bachinger, William
Merrill Deitrich as executors of this will, and ask that its terms be carried out
Witnessed this seventh day of February in the year of our Lord, Nineteen
hundred and thirty-eight by
1 9 3 5
B. H. S.
Bloomsburg High School, Alma Mater,
Always faithful, always true,
Your sons and daughters e'er will cherish you:
Red and White, to you all hail.
See our colors waving o'er us!
Proudly may they ever fly!
Bear us onward, aid, direct us,
Bid us now to do or die.
Oh, Bloomsburg High School, Alma Mater,
Receive the honor we would give
And may we strive to do our best arid live
True to Bloomslourg High! All Hail!
W. Clair Hower, '16
The staff of the 1937-38 Memorabilia appreciates deeply the efforts of
everyone who helped in the production of this yearbook, and thanks espec-
ially the following individuals and groups for their assistance, encouragement,
and cooperation in various Ways:
Mr. Gilmore for general interest and high ideals.
Mr. I. Claire Patterson for his careful supervision and detailed suggestions.
Mr. Harold Hyde for his untiring efforts and ambitious operations for the
success of the 1938 Memorabilia.
Mr. Harold Miller for his capable handling of the advertising.
Mrs. Harriet Kline for her assistance in the selection of the staff, and
cooperation in the literary work of this book.
Mr. I. Wesley Knorr for his fine handling of the financial accounts.
Mr. Alex Fisher and his art classes for their art criticisms.
Mr. Carl Stiber and Mr. Howard Bevilacqua for their assistance in book
Max Miller for photography.
Underclassmen who showed such fine spirit in purchasing the Mem-
Business and professional men for their splendid financial support.
And everyone else who so ably assisted in making the Memorabilia a
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1 for young men and
women who intend to
W! One, Two and ThreeYears
For information, address Registrar
Studio of Photography
W. T. GRANT CO.
lc to 31.00
Known for Values
HOOVER ELECTRIC CLEANERS
VOSS WASHING MACHINES
CREASY SLEVVELLS INC.
The Old Reliable Lumber Yard
Main Office, Planing Mill and Yard,
Sixth and Catherine Sts.
Branch Yard: DANVILLE, PA.
Best of Gas Si Oil
RALPH D. FRY
Cor. East SL 7th St.
Compl ents of
The Best of Everything
for the table.
Bell Phone No. 532
W. W. HOOVER
Quality Meats and Groceries
126 East Main Street
See our new
BULOVA, GRUEN, HAMILTON
Exclusive but not
RACUSIN'S SHUM AN
"Photographs are Mem- SNYDER'S
ories Made Permanent" GARAGE
Across from the
Philco Radio, Kelvinator Refrigera-
tion, Pittston Stoves, Dexter Washers
Phone 1027 DAIRY
Main St. Bloomsburg, Pa.
7th and Iron Street
FRED R. OF
,,All'Ways B. P. O. Elks t
Reliable" NO' 436
CLOTHIER AND BLQQMSBURG,
LOCAL BOYS SPORTING GOODS
All types of fresh, smoked STATIONERY
me t nd eerie L. C. SMITH Sv. CORONA
a I' .
a S g 0 S TYPEWRITERS
A new line of fresh fruits and t t
Phone 491-J RITTERS
212 Iron Street Bloomsburg, Pa. 34 West Main Street
TCOMP ANY GEORGE E. KELLER
ON THE SQUARE
Compliments of H' SL C'
CAPITOL CUT RATE DRUG
SODA, ICE CREAM
Geo' D' Bittinger' Manager Hollingshead E? Christian
Compliments of Piano Instruction
Gain poise, relaxation through piano
REA SL DERICK, INC. study
To the Class of '38 JEAN CREASY
60 E. 5th St. Phone 326-J
ECONOMY STORES CO.
rniture for Less"
Men SL Boys' Clothing
lanme Jfur Jfunerals
Rhone 13323 Eluumshurg
SAFE and RELIABLE
AT LOW COST
North Branch Bus Co.
OF DRESS SHOP
TEMPLE OF Leader in
E. R. BEERS zzs W. Third street
FERNVI E T RE
CONGRATULATIONS HERMANL5 K?JS1C,ZR
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Coal, Casol
JAMES A. DYKE
I ll I
WHEN you are hungry
Texas Quick Lunch
v1s1T oUR CAFE
142-144 East Main Street
ALTMAN'S CASH FEED
for quality feeds and Positive Profits
"A quality feed for every need"
J. GORDAN MUIRHEAD
Founded in 1844
A distinguished record in College
Preparation, Business, Art, Drama-
tics, Public Speaking, and Music.
A strong, experienced Faculty.
A large and enthusiastic body of
An outstanding Board of Trustees.
High moral and educational ideals.
Catalogue sent on request.
WILBUR H. FLECK,
White Seal Flour
Silver Leaf Flour
Hens and Turkeys
Bloomsburg Electric Center
COMPLIMENTS Crosley G1 General Elec-
OF tric Commercial and Home
Appliances, Air Condition-
. . CREA Y
M I S F. P. EDWARDS
150 W. Main Street
H. AC. POLLOCK Ask for
Plumbing, Heating S-BRO'C0'
Sheet Metal GEN? EPFEPFQUDSS
Phone 779 150 E. Main Street SCHNEIDER BRGS. CO.
BLOOMSBURG, PA. Bloomsburg Mt. Carmel
Thisbookisbound Compliments Of
in a Bloomsburg
KINGSKRAFT Heating C0mPa11V
H. C. BOMBOY
THE KINGSPORT PRESS F 1, e Sh M e at S and
Kingsport, Tennesse also
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Phone 239 622 East Street
CHEVROLET SALES, Inc.
For fine, digestible
"The Best You Can Buy"
For Your Best Refresh-
ments After Your Enter-
Members of the Graduating Cla
always wish you well and a
ready to serve you with
O. F. Miller, Jr., M. D.
Morgan's Beauty Shop
H. S. Keller
Shaffer SL Leiby H Q' X
C. B. SL M. Lutz
Edwin H. Ent
Carter's Confectionery Store
C. W. Sober
Harry S. Barton
F. M. Bittenbender
Harry M. Rupert
P. M. Niesley
Wm. Mck Reber
J. E. Roys
F. L. Gensemer
S. S1 S. SILK co.
R. SL G. SILK CO.
Engravings for the 1938
Memorabilia were furnish-
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