Edgewood High School - Sylvan Yearbook (Edgewood, PA)

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'-,..Z.'--' 'Lf' "Q 5 -5:11,-'-, ijz'-"Aj 1 ,, ,kg -pix E- Az'--A .3 L,---'V - U.-1 1' ' -,,. 1.1 riff' 15751 ,1'?'1-i??e1fl?5F5- S .5--L a xi 1? as fix--Same' W?1i'f1-A 3226?- Geflf :I ' 1 f ' . 9 . I a 5 2 ! f . i 4 5 Q i B 2 I n I 5 5 5 i 2 1 ! i E s 5 E 1 X i 5 u Z i E I i f i 9 I I 5 l i a un1ur.zn:M.ww'x1-qwwuszmmmn'gf, .,.uw-Qu 14, .. 1 f-rd.. ,Q . ,Az num- qugzffrr- .-4. '-1-mn,-vu:..guu-,f.n:.w v: uf-aan .-nm. nmmnnsgf , ,za --an-men-qnnm4.v:,1,,-v-Q. v Y M, . 1. ,. , ., .M 1 g w.,u.v..1f.:u-.-m.1- wwf , , -,uv-1 OREWORD IN THE YEARS TO COME MAY THE MEMORIES, THE FRIENDSHIPS, AND THE MANY HAPPINESSES OF EDGE- WOOD HIGH SCHOOL BE PRESERVED BY THIS TWENTIETH EDITION OF THE SYLVAN PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS OF 1936 . . . unfnnmmvtnmur-:fum .m.-.Lumm-nmm.nmm1u - ' The SYLVAMN in Mg. Q -ft 1 K Ni if 'A School Board GLENN E. STOLTZ, President ....,.......,........... ....,.. 1 51 VVest Hutchinson Avenue Mns. JAMES I. MCLALLEN, Vivr President ...,... .,...,...,.............. Z O1 Beech Street J. GILBERT QUICK, Scvrc'tar5 '....... .,,.....,.... ......... 1 -1 1 Vtfest Hutchinson Avenue WILLIAM N. BURT ....... ....................... 3 46 Locust Street DR. GILBERT F. LONG ......... ..,...,.. 1 56 NVest Hutchinson Avenue CHARLES A. RowAN .....,. .......... 4 50 Maple Avenue 5 The SYLVAN Alma Mater Hail to thee, beloved Alma Mater! Thou well-loved home of happy hoursg Soon thy ties, dear school, we must sever, But thy 1HCl'l1'I'lCS in our hearts will ever live. REFRAIN : Dear Edgewood High, Dear Edgewood High, We will love thee until the end of timeg Our hearts are thine, For weal or woe Until life's school doth close. Though the sky with care and worry darken, Adversity may crowd the nightg Yet the pulse that feels the blood of Edgewood VVill thrill at the sight of Maroon and VVhite. Alma Mater! loved until time ceases, Wliose praises many hearts have sung, Home of youth and spring of fond ambition, Thy memories shall keep our hearts forever young 6 I n . 1 3 ! 5 I 1 Q hmmm - - .mum .:.u:,p14-.mf-. - mn.. uumu, 1 The SYLVAN 11 RUSSELL C. MCELFISII, A. B., M. A. DCJROTHX' DI. IXYERS, B. IQATHRYN M. CAREY, Mus. B. HELEN C. COOPER, B. M. A. FOSTER C. CROUSE, A. B., M. A. PAUL C. GAROAER, B. S., Ed. M, A. R. GLESSNER, A. B., M. A. E. VV. GORDON, JR., A. B.. M. Ss. MARJORY LYON, A. B., M. A. ELIZABETH M. MCCLURE, A. B. ELIZABETH B. MILLAER, A. B., Ed. M. MARY .JANE NEWMEYER, A. B.. M. A. NORINIA M. NEN'IN, A. B. WALTER E. PICKETT MARY E. PIERSOL, A. B. ARCHY T. SCHROCK, A. B. MRS. H. F. SORECK, A. B. LAURA B. SWISSHELM MARY R. STEWART, A. B., M. A. CHARLOTTE TROSS, B. S. H. NEWTON WEIKERT VIRGINIA VVALLACE, A. B. 9 Faculty The SYLVAN Edgewood High Edgewood High forever! Give a cheer for you. VVe'll defend your standard In whate'er we do. Hail, hail, the gang's all here 'Round your colors bright! We'll stick together for The old Maroon and YVhite 10 Sylvan RICHARD AIKEN Band I Baseball II Basketball III Boys' Glee Club IV Football Manag r III, IV Music Club I Science- Club Il. III Sylvan Staff IV IIA RY ELIZA HICTH A LLICX Cerclc Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I Music Club I, II, III. IV Orchestra ll, III. IV Scholarship Society ll, III Science Club II, III HENRY ANDERSON Band II, III Basketball I. II, III, IV Boys' Glee Club I Cercle- Francais III, IV Class President I Class Treasurer IV Dramatic Club III, IV Football III, IV Music Club I, II. III, IV Orchestra II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III, IV Student Council II, III Sylvan Staff III, IV XVILLI A M BAILEY Baseball I, II Basketball II Boys' Glee Club II, IV Football III. IV Music Club II, IV IQ36 I3 JOHN IIATIGMAN lioys' Glce Club I Dramatic Club III Football III Science Club III KATI-IRYN BECK Cert-Ie Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association i. II, 111, IV Girls' Glef- Club 1, 11, 111, IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Science- Club I, II ELIZABETH BURKE Edgecator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association III, IV Science Club III, IV Sylvan Staff IV DAVID WM. CHARTERS Basketball II, III Edgecator Staff IV Football II, III Science Club III Sylvan Staff IV Seniors Sylvan KIRK COLBERT Chcer Lcader IV Dramatic Club III. IV ELIZABETH COULSON Cercle Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, III Music Club I, III Science Club Il. III CARYI, VIRGINIA CUV ERT Art Club III, IV Ccrcle Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Edgecator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glcc Club I, II Science Club II. III Sylvan Staff IV FLORENCE CRAIGHEAD Ccrcle Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic .-Xssociation I. II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II. III, IV lXIusic Club l, II, III, IV Orchestra III Science Club II, III Student Council III, IV Sylvan Staff IV 1cg36 PHILIP CHITTENDICN Baseball I Boys' Glco Club I, II Dramatic Club III, IV Football II Music Club II Science Club III Studs-nt Council I JOHN L. CRUUSE Band I, II Boys' Glce Club Il, III, IV Drainatic Club III, IV Edgccator Staff III Football II. III, IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Orchestra II, III Science Club ll, III RUTH IHALISY Cercle Francais II, III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glev Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Science- Club II, III r GEOKII IC S. DAVISON Art Club III, IV Boys' Glee- Club IV Cheer Leader IV Dramatic Club IV Music Club IV Science Club III J o 14 Seniors Sylvan HUGH DAVISON PATRICIA ELMICR Cercle Francais II, Ill, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club ll, III Music Club II. III Orchestra II, III Scholarship Societv II Science Club II, III String' Ensemble III Student Council IV RVTI-I PISBICNSHADIC Art Club ll Cc-rcle Francais ll. lV Girls' Athletic Associatioi III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, Il, III, IV Science Club III DOROTHY FLEMING Cercle Francais III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I Girls' Glee Club I, II, III, IV Music Club 1, ll, III, IV Science Club II ICQ36 15 JOHN F. GANSTER Art Club IV Football II THELMA GARBARK ' Cercle Francais III. IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II Music Club I, II Science Club II Sylvan Staff IV ROBERT GOOD Band I, II Baseball I, II Basketball II. III, IV Class Treasurer I, III Football II, III, IV Music Club 1, II, III, IV Orchestra I, II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III. IV Science Club III Student Council IV Sylvan Staff IV MARIAN HAMILL Cercle Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association III, IV Girls' Glee Club III Music Club III, IV Orchestra IV Science Club III Seniors Sylvan XY ILLIA M HAMILTON Band l, I1 Basketball Manager IV Ccrcle Francais III, IV Class Secretary III Class Tre-asurc-'1' II Dramatic Club III, IV Edgecator Staff IV Music Club I, Il, III, IV Orclicstra II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III, IV EDXVARD HELIVIICH liclgecator Staff III, IV Science- Club II NANCY HILES Art Club I, II Ucrcle Francais IV Class Secretary IV Dramatic Club IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III. IV Scivncc Club II. III MICHAEL F. HOLLERAN Baseball II Football Ill Sci' nce Club I DIG XVITT HOIVELL Boys' Glce Club IV Dramatic Club IV Music Club IV Sciencc Club II, III NANCY KEENER Art Club III, IV Ct-rcle Francais Ill, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Give Club I, II, III. IV Music Club I, Il, III, IV Science Club III ISLSIE KIIGFFER Art Club I Cercle- Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association 1, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II Music Club III, IV Science Club II, III HARHIETT KINGSLAND Cercle Francais III, IV Girls' Athletic Association II, III, IV Science Club II, III Sylvan Staff IV 1cg36 I SSHIOFS 16 Sylvan CARRIE I.OL'ISIi KINZER Cercle Francais III, IV Ilrainatic Club III, IV Edgecator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, III Music Club I, III Scholarship Society II, III Science Club III Sylvan Staff IV ELINOR KISTLER Cercle Francais III, IV Iitlgecator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II. III, IV Scholarship Society III, IV Science Club II, III Student Council III MARJORIIS KIIHBACH Cercle Francais II. III Eclgzecatoi' Staff IV Girls' Athletic Associlttiozi I. II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II Music Club I, II. III Science Club I, II RICHARD LINIJIGRBIAN Baseball I, II Basketball IV Boys' Cvlee Club IV Class Vice President IV Science Club I ICQ36 RUBICRT IIINIJIGRMAX Baseball I, II Basketball III, IV Iloys' Glee Club IV Football IV Science Club II, III Student Council I YANCY MCDON.fXLD Girls' Athletic Association II, III Girls' Glee Club I, II, III Music Club I, II, III I UH N IYI C-DOVVE LL Cercle Francais II, III Football II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III, IV Science Club II, III Sylvan Staff IV RIARY IVICNIANUS Cercle Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association I Girls' Glee Club I Music Club II Science Club I Seniors 17 Sylvan PEGGY MEGEIC Cerclc Francais IV Dramatic Club III, IV Edge-cator Staff IV Scholarship Society III, IV Science Club II, III Student Council III Sylvan Staff IV JEAN MEYER Cercle Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, Il, III, IV Orchestra II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III, IV Science Club III String Ensemble Ill Sylvan Staff I. IV EDGAR INIUORIC Baseball I, II Football II, III, IV BARBARA M ORR IS Cercle Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Edge-Gator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association D4 DRUTHY NEEL Ccrclc Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III. IV Scholarship Society II. III Scicncc Club III JAMES IVNIGIL A Art Club I Baseball I Boys' Glec Club I, II, III, IV Ccrclc Francais III, IV Edge-cator Staff IV Football I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III. IV Science Club I, II, III Varsity Club II, IV NNA MAE PETE HS Art Club II, III, IV Ccrcle Francais IV Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II. III Music Club I, II, III Science Club II M ,X It Y Lf JI' I S IC I'RUI'ILLOCHS Ccrclc Francais IV In-aniatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II, III, IV Girls' Glec Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III, IV I, II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III, Girls' Glec Club I, II, III. IV IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Science Club I, II Science Club II, III Student Council II Sylvan Staff II, IV Sylvan Staff IV IQ 3 6 Seniors 18 Sylvan ELIZABETH ROCKWICLL Art Club I, II. III, IV Cercle Francais III, IV Dramatic Club III. IV Edgecator Staff III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Science Club III Sylvan Staff I. III, IV VICTOR ROESSLIGR Science Club I, II FLORENCE RONEY Ccrcle Francais IV Girls' Athletic Association I, ll. III, IV LEONARD SI-IIRLE Y Basketball II, III Ccrcle Francais III, IV Class President IV Class Secretary II Dramatic Club IV Football II, III, IV Scholarship Society II. III, IV Student Council IV Varsity Club IV 1936 I9 ELEANOR SIMPSON Cercle Francais IV Dramatic Club III, IV Edge-cator Staff IV Girls' Athletic Association I. III. IV Girls' Glee Club I. II. III Music Club I, II, III Scholarship Society II, III, Scienct- Club II Sylvan Stuff IV I'H.Xl'!l,I'IS SKILLINGTON Baseball I, II Basliutball I, II, Ill, IV Cm-cle Francais IV VIRGINIA STEHL Cercle- Francais IV Dramatic Club IV Girls' Glee Club IV Music Club IV HIGTTY JANE STEVVART Cercle Francais III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I. II, III, IV Girls' Glec Club I, II Music Club I, II Science Club II, III Seniors Sylvan JAIVIES VVALTON Baseball I Basketball II, III, IV Cercle Francais III, IV Class President II, III Football II, III, IV Scholarship Society II, III IV Science Club III Student Council I, IV Sylvan Staff IV Varsity Club IV DOROTHEA VVEBER Cercle Francais Il, III, IV Class Vice President I, II, III Dramatic Club III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, III, IV Girls' Glee Club I, III Music Club I, III Scholarship Society II, III. IV Science Club I, II, III Student Council III JOSEPH XVEITZEL Band I, II Orchestra I, II, III, IV Science Club I, II, III JOSIGYI-1 VVEST Basketball I Edgecator Staff IV Football I, II, III, IV icggo JAMES XY HITTUM Band I, ll, III, IV Boys' Glee Club IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Orchestra Il, III, IV Science Club II, III Sylvan Staff IV RODGERS XYILSON Baseball I, II Basketball l, II Boys' Glee Club IV Football I, Il, III, IV Varsity "IC" Club II, IV HELEN XYOOD Cercle Francais II, III, IV Girls' Athletic Association I, II, IV Girls' Glee Club I, II, III, IV Music Club I, II, III, IV Science Club II, III Seniors F-IVTUHIUB ARD v AMP The SYLVANlo Ip I-I E N P Y CQ N H A N N E IFOX xm 5HIRI FX RICH XRD I INDFI In NANCY HILES HENRY ,XNDFR N O Senior Class P1 df' f I rf'-P1'f'.1dc'1zf SFFI'Cftll'N . Trva 11101 D E SP Officers ildwe SYLVAN Senior Class History Ho-hum! Gosh, spring has got me. This may be a study hall, but I certainly don't feel like studying. Ho-o-o-o-hum. Say, where in the world am I? Look at that marvelous slide and those sand- boxes! Why, this looks like the Edgewood kindergarten. But how strangely all the children are dressed. Am I seeing things, or do I recognize some of the mem- bers of the class of 1936? How quickly the room has changed! This room has blackboards around the wall, and there's a big spelling chart in one corner. Miss Coursin is standing there pointing out one of the words. C-A-T. Of course, this is the class of '36 in first grade. The room has changed again! Goodness, old Scrooge didn't have anything on me. That group of boys and girls sitting in the front of the room must be the reading class. It looks very much like second grade to me. The room has changed slightly now, and there is a group of our class standing around muttering something. I wonder what it is. Could it possibly be the multiplication table? Fourth grade. I can see Miss Grubb and Miss Dickson leading us out to recess. Now we're back in a class room, and the class has settled down to take a Studebaker Test in multiplication and long division. What puzzled expressions on some of the faces! Our surroundings seem to have changed again, and most of the class still looks puzzled. Now I see why. It's because of those strange figures on the board. Miss Piper and Miss Kelly call them fractions. How tall everyone has grown? It's much easier to recognize each one now. The whole class seems to have more confidence, too. Sixth graders, the biggest and oldest class in the building. Now where in the world am I? Oh, yes, in the junior high school. Why, here's our class again. Some are in Miss N ewmeyerls room, some in Miss Swiss- he1m's, and some in Mr. Gardner's. How much more fun everyone seems to be having, even though such subjects as math. and geography do exist. I can hear some moaning over science and Latin, too. Look? at the crowd of people on the top of that hill! The illustrious class of '36 is now attending the freshman-senior weiner roast. Although we no longer consider ourselves infants, that seems to be the seniors' conception of us. Here I am back in study hall. The class seems to have gathered for a meet- ing, and jim is saying something about a roller skating party. Oh, I remember. That .was one of the grandest parties ever given by any class land we were only sophomoresj Good grief! How everyone is rushing around. No wonder, the class rings have just come. And what rings! We're the envy of the whole school. But the conversation seems to have turned to the, subject of the prom, a very success- ful one of which the class is very proud. We are now walking slowly down the aisles of the auditorium, each one clasping tightly a diploma. The Commencement exercises are over, a fact which means that we have completed a successful senior year, including a very interesting Washington trip and a very, very successful senior play. Well, what--? Why, here I am still in study hall! Could I have been asleep? Oh, cats, now when am I going to write that class history? 22 Senior Class Prophecy -"And you won't find a car anywhere with better pickup." This announce- ment ended the long recital I had just heard concerning the merits of the Ford car. My instructor had been Bill Charters, reputedly the best Ford salesman in the city. "Have you a radio in the car?" I asked, hoping to hear a little music after the long tale to which I had just listened. For answer, he turned a switch, and the car was soon flooded with the sounds of one of the more famous of the coun- try's jazz bands, Jim Whittumis. After the orchestral number, an announcer whom I recognized as DeWitt Howell began to dwell on the merits of the Chevro- let, causing my companion to switch quickly to another station. I noticed the station to which he had switched was KEHS, a station whose new manager, Bar- bara Morris, was faced with the task of putting the station back on its feet. A variety program was being presented. We first heard a short play written by Caryl Covert. It had been praised by all the critics, even by Nancy McDonald of the New York Times. I recognized the names of some of the actors, such as Flossie Craighead as the heroine, Dick Aiken in a character role, and Hugh Davi- son as the juvenile lead. Next Jack Crouse, master of ceremonies for the pro- gram, announced Bill Bailey, who crooned the lyrics of the next number. It was a popular song with words by Mary McManus. After that, we heard one of those gossipy news talks by Nancy Keener, who must have done considerable key-hole peeking to achieve such remarkable results. She informed us that Doctor joseph VVest and his wife, the former Betty Coulson, had just left for a Southern tour. She also said that jim VValton, that gay man-about-town, was reported engaged to Marian Hamill. At this point we drew up at a traffic light. "Hi, Bill," called a cheery voice, and O'Neil, the traffic cop, waved at us from a car he had stopped. I recognized Joe Weitzel sitting inside the car, looking very uncomfortable, and I presumed that he had probably done a bit too much speeding in his new Roessler roadster. With him in the car was Bob Good. vice-president of a local glass company, who was trying to placate Officer O'N eil. As we started on, a poster caught my eye. It proclaimed in large red letters that a vote for Kirk Colbert was a vote for the people, and that, as the Socialist candidate for president, he assured them all a full meal ticket. "Do you think he has any chance of beating Hamilton, the Republican candi- date ?" inquired my companion. "Not without the backing of the McDowell utility interests," I replied, "and you know that Kathryn Beck, chairman of the Board of Directors, would never agree to that." "I suppose you're right. But would you mind stopping for a minute? I'd like to get a paper." We drew up in front of a drug store where we bought a paper from the pro- prietor. Dick Linderman. The paper, edited by my old friend, Marjorie Kuh- bach, was owned jointly by john Cvanster and Edward Helmich. On the front page I read with interest the latest case of that brilliant lawyer, Leonard Shirley, in which he defended Miss Peggy Megee in her claim against the Holleran Construction Company. I turned to the sports section. Then I saw 23 The SYLVAN..-2. Olffhe SYLVAN that the successful Olympic basketball team had returned to the United States. The names of three of its members caught my eye, for they were Dot Weber, Flossie Roney, and Thelma Garbark. I noticed that their manager was Charles Skillington. Another item stated that Phil Crittenden and Jack Bateman had just won an important yacht race, and still another announced that Ed Moore had been signed by the New York Yankees for the coming season. Turning to the theater page, I saw that the new Elmer film was to have Betty Rockwell as its director and Anna Mae Peters, Betty Allen, and Mary Lou Proellochs in the supporting cast. It was hinted that Rod Wilson would probably be head cameraman. The Fleming Theater had a special feature billed-a news reel of that daredevil Hyer, George Davison, in the latest hair-raising stunts. On the society page I saw that Harriett Kingsland was going to sponsor a girls' camp during the summer, with Nancy Hiles as its director and Ruth Esben- shade as dietitian. Further down the page, I glanced through Caddie Lou Kin- zer's daily article on bridge. Beside it was an announcement of the election of new ofticers of the National Secretaries Association. They were president, Betty Burke and secretary, Ruth Daley. The Helen Wood pattern was on the opposite page, along with Eleanor Simpson's article on child psychology. just as I was in the midst of reading this, a loud gong on the radio rudely jolted me out of my thoughts. The announcer, Bob Linderman. told us to stanzl by for an important announcement from Governor Anderson of Pennsylvania. The Governor was merely begging us to contribute to the VVelfare Fund, headed by Miss Betty Stewart. Again we were startled, this time by a silly giggle from behind us. We turned to see Elsie Kieffer and Virginia Stehl, surrounded by the youthful members of their kindergarten whom they were taking for a walk. My companion, glancing hastily at his watch, announced that he would have to leave 1ne as he had an appointment. But unable to keep from adding a last point to his sales talk, he told me, just as I left him at the next corner. not to for- get that this car had a "body by Kistlerf' -"and don't forget to get a jar of this pore deep cleanser tomorrow," drawled the Southern voice of Dot Neel on the radio as I started off down the street. 9 24 The SYLVAN-l Senior Class Will VV e, the class of 1936 of Edgewood High School and future applicants for the Townsend old age pension, being of a generous nature, and having no further use for the stuff anyway, do hereby will and bequeath all our possessions, tangible and otherwise, as follows: Part A. To the present Juniors: l. Our unexcelled ability to think up programs, to lead chapel, and to appear intensely interested at all times. 2. The captaining ability of Rod and jim. Their luck was good. May yours be better! 3. Our dramatic ability with a sincere wish for the preservation of Mr. Schrock's sanity. -l. Any seniors who don't happen to get through. They're useful objects to have around on test days. 5. One school banner, well chewed by moths and badly damaged by frequent change of rooms. 6. The front seats in chapel with the suggestion that studying just can't be done there. Of course, if you must try-. 7. Washington, The P. R. R., and. yes, even the President. Please treat with due respect. Part B. For the betterment of the school C We hope you agree.j l. Our noble attempts at art left lying around on desks, walls, scenery, and lockers. CGenius is never appreciated until too late.j 2. The outer office usually occupied by senior "sinners," 3. Our slightly marred and well autographed books. fEspecially Mr. VVard and Mr. Woolley.j -l. The spare towels, gym shoes, clothes, and cast-off war paint that happen to be lying around without their owners. 5. Some gift of doubtful usefulness to be bestowed on the school at the time of our "commencing" Part C. To the below mentioned we bequeath: l. To two sets of incoming freshies, our beloved teachers, Miss Ayers and Miss Piersol, along with a couple of empty rooms. 2. To Helen and Mike, Betty's and -Ioe's romantic cubby holes. 3. Flossie's "aspenitis" to any unfortunate individual with a shaky voice. Maybe the long sought remedy will be found 4. To future teams, the badly faded football and basketball uniforms. 5. To Caroline Dawson, his young protegee, Henry's well established business of selling bracelets. 1 6. To Ursula Bigley, Elsie's and Mary's haunting laughter. Cheer 'em up. Ursula! 7. To the editor of the "Tower of Babble," Ginnie Covert's nose for news. She "nose" you'll keep up the good work. 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I ,l'l'.Vfdt'lI1' Roy lCy,xNs ,,,,,,,,,,s., IVlt'l'-P1'l'.N'I.llf'lIf Mixiuzaieicr Clnzsox ,.,, .,...... . b't'1'l't'ftII'VV -lli.XN Hoof: ..,,,.,,,,,, 7ll'f'l7.9ll1't'l' Junior Class History 'lwas many and many a long year ago! 'l'o be quite exact, it has been only three- Fincc our trim little ship, li. ll. S. '37 Started across this perilous sea. llfith little of fear, but lots of bravado. Bright eyes always eagerly turned to the fore. We sailed for that far distant Port Graduation. .X trip of four years to a dim. foreign shore. .Xt our first port of call, we "ireshies" were treated. ily more seasoned men of another crew, To a thrilling, exciting, quite edible dinner 6 Fl fill you can rhyme "dinner" with "wiener", lilll tlironghll On a tropical island we anchored for sunnnerg Cot burned to a crisp on the beach of liyerly Crest: lilaclc to the ship in the fall we reportedf flnr lirst "bf-et red" gone. and tanned' with the best. 28 The SYLVAN 2.-.g Back Rowffiodes, Leech, Moore, Long, Lohr, McCullough, Rogers, Michael, VVight- man, Jones, O'Donne1l, McDowell, VVherry, Miller, Johnston. Middle Row-sKinzer. Known. VanKennen. Hutchinson, L. Wark, Springer, Yarnall, Lloyd, Hughes, Kiernan, Mowry, Shaffer, VVills. Front Row--Lewis, Johns, Jones, E. WVark, Robertson, Rundle, Xveiblo, Slocum, Spooner, Mitchell, Morrison. The next year we stopped at the isle of South Park, CThis expeditioifs a little bit sillyj For, although you dove and got wet all at once, The water, I must say, was really too chilly. The fall of year three We were out to make moneyg Vile made it, my friends, and you should see those smiles! VX'e'd broken all records for magazine selling- fQueer things to be doing on tropical isles ij This winter our pilots were changed in mid-ocean- Our captain transferred to another crew's boat-- The ship never faltered: the new captains guidance Has kept F. H. S. '37 afloat. And then we received our magnificent bannerg Unfurled her-in soft southern breezes she fliesg XYe'1'e proud of our emblem-the white and blue banner, The blue of the seas, and the blue of the skies. And then-night of nights-came that great celebration- Splendiferous "Prom', on the decks of our shipg Colossal, gigantic, stupendous-you say it- In short, 'twas the crowning event of our trip. Our days have been busy, and full of excitement From morning 'til night, and from twilight 'til dawn, The goings not perfect-we've missed our commander- But, still, like Columbus, we keep "sailing on." lVe've yet a year's voyage to Port Graduation The ship may see sunshine, or "breakers aheadui Our banner at mast-head, our eyes on tomorrow- The wmd's in the riggin. so full speed ahead! 29 ROLL SS CLA OR I UN J -I 3' CD Desire eart's H Song 8 m The Plain St Ju 6 am N SYLVAN l' . .... ok 2. H :A : 1 CT! 2 9 3 .:: ': ... 'C 53 c rn -5 3 U ci P- 56 m E 2 5 B w N S 3 3 2 Q: .fag 5- EG .- if.: rw-5 2' ,-5 ,., C ... H "" gg 61.3 L: tg 'x H5 pu S'-4 93 s: Q-Ui 'Sci 'gg' S 12 --E 3,20 Es 253 T5- :,-,lga.Cgc:w,g'E'-' L... f.: w Q," 4-"1 U, 3' mvfvrdvz a. :SHE 5513s. .Ls 4-.II "' -wbbgm UF-I4 vu 5'0" "3-"Cav rn CBL.. 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L.,-hu ,- '-'oE5go3 .:s:U u:...O'- Qf2.c:-con:wUo'CC:um5.::.?f': H., ,..l,..l znznrncn i5QQQ5:iOO23E22E33eQQQ25e2eeSaaaaaa 31 parties I'll0l'C ....T0 throw ountain ....... M r the VC O CS 1T1 Co OOI1 M he t hen y... CI' I' G Yarnall, Geraldine ..... .i.Tl1e SYLVAN Back Row-Koehler, Donovan, Douglas, Ebe, Duecker, Fetherston, Haldrige, Aik.n, Ballantyne. Johnson. Middle Row-Hays. Edelman. Ilorgman, Edwards, Kline, Horne, Conrad, Ken-in-y, Fioretto, Leerhergg Leavenworth. Front HowiGriffiths, Crawford, Coulson, Harford, Gaiyon, Hzigw-n, Hershey, Donovan, Anderson. Sophomore Class Oflicers 'l'HlaoiJoiua Romans ..,.,,, P1'l'.Ylff'l'II1' Davin SI111e1.m' ..,,,. I'irC-l'1'c.v1'ffc11f RICHARD l2IJNYARIJS ooo.. Sl'I'I'I'fHl'j' RoH12RT UHI. ..,. Yi1'l'tISlH'Ul' Sophomore Class History The class of 1938 first entered the "gates of knowledge" in September, l925. All were little tots then, the girls had rosy cheeks Qnaturalj, and the boys wore anklets and little linen trousers fpoor thingsj. Miss Van Cleve and Miss Alex- ander received us with open arms, passing us on in time to Miss Smiley and Miss Mitchell. Here we started to read "I see a boy. The boy is big. Do you see a boy? ls the boy big?" The ever-smiling Miss Lucas and Miss liernhardt next took us into their fold. and we received our first lessons in addition and subtraction. 32 The SYLVANi Back Row-VVible, XVeinberg', McLal1en, Uhl. Rogers, Owens, Porteous, Pettiean, Renton, Rohrkaste, Painter, Quick, Shirley. Middle Row-'xVood, McKean, Van Kennen, XVrig'ht, Stoltz, Lehman, XVible, Moss Robertson, Strathearn, Ritz, Sexton, Nichols. Front Row-Neel, Pickett, Thomas, Stock. Watkins, Moore, Nougier. Megee, Schropp, Mason. Does any ono forget the reading cards of that year? By this time. Miss Byers and Miss Duncan began to have their troubles teaching us that two times two equals four. VVe all remember the history movies we made under the direction of Miss Grubb and Miss Dickson, not in the least slighting our new art teacher, Mr. Fellows. Miss Piper and Mrs. Martin had their troubles teaching us States and their Capitols. Our first "Oral English" programs under the supervision of Miss Locke and Miss Siebert paved the way for our future programs. Remember the trouble we had with hall patrolmen for the next two years, and the still unsettled argument about an acre in mathematics? just think how big we felt then! The poor high school next met a really terrible freshman class. Everyone of us giggled or acted "silly" in study hall until the teachers were practically nervous wrecks. and the notes-well! The worstg feature of that year was our class meet- ings, the arguments we had about busses, roller skating and swimming parties. not to mention our "ne'er had" picnic. VVe wonder how Miss Miller and Mr. lilliot, our report teachers. edured us. Just think how proud we were when we presented those "elegant" corsages and roses on Senior Dismissal Day. VVe all had enough worriment about them to last us the rest of our lives. This year Miss Miller and Mr. Glessner haven't had so much trouble with the class. '.Vhat's this! our class history has come to an end? Sophomores, let's make the annals of the class of 1939- the best ever. 33 The SYLVAN k 53 UE. Nm oO '-'.:: N -156 WC 3390 401 2-C3 :G 1.2 05: E had .. 2: HO won GE .EE QU HIE as 5: ..-.N -7-W Qui wi 2'-S : . rd: rec ,zzz -135 'Uv :Es 442 fd z: c IU D-1 '-A-1 o a- O C 1. as P O Q3 F3 ..... eb about alg 5 R 1- s- O 5 .bDqj 'Shox- WMM Edwin ...,.. Baldrige, on .2 50? .E CD -4-I rn G Q -cs x: o U U V? ri S-4 ,D U E 41 'U CI G1 C1 1 I6 v-I JZ' r 3 :Ui E .M D0 C2 a v-4 GJ 3 EJ Conrad, Eleanor. .2 C1 ns 5 U : cv E o E252 I2 """l5 3 3301.53 Nur-OE mv-UCC bb-'-ligfynu bbw!! .C M3445 25223 -Qff1:"5: B-'Iwo-C 055.2-+44-5 1-.-C+' .-. U ooo wxr O.-CIf'1...rn wad ... 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M2950 Eiwggm MSEZOZ :izowinom FEOJUMZ I:E::::E,6:2 .waz 362:41 Umm 5:02 :EIRAEIOEQ 61502 Lismedm UOMUE Eldmwvm ESMUE :':::-lv:-mkl hsowmg wgmadm l The SYLVAN Back Row+Gzu'bark, Ilougles, Ewart, Dye-1'.J0hnSon, Iiennntt, Giesey, Friesell, Bent- ley, Edelman. Middle Row-Giguric, Hr-Witt, Iig1lLl1'ig'v. Farmcr, Higginlmottom, Gcrz1si.:, Jones, Glens wright. Holle-run, Johnstone, Esbinshade. Front Row-Higprinbottom, Burke, Johansson, Jones. liurke, Anderson, t'1'aighr-ad, lh-own, Gif-que-lais. Grafiper. Freshman Class Oflicers XN'lI,1foRn 'l'nL'Nl1l'ks'r sss,...s... Pl'f.vidt'111' Tuoxms CiA1mA1zK ,,s, I'ivc'-Prv5z'dm1f MAR1:Aic14:'1' ,XNDERSON it ..,...,,, St'l'I'l'flIl'y 1.018 IJING ,. ,,,, Tl'l't1.S'lll'l'l' Freshman Class History Our preliminary flight into Education was taken with Miss Van Cleve and Miss .-'Xlexancler as pilots. The big journey hegun when, with Miss Smiley and Bliss Mitchell, the Ing plane flew oh' on its tirst lap of the journey. The airpock- ets of Reading, XYriting, and Arithmetic proved the skill of our pilots, for we lzinclecl safely at the Field. After a hriet' rest we started again. this time our pilots being Miss Lucas and Miss liernharclt. 36 The SYLVAN Back Row-Burt, Stehl, Luce, Simpson, Thompson, McEliish, Wilson, McClure, Liv- ingston, Thompson, NVeibel, McGreevy. Middle Row-Kramer, Lawthers, Summ, Koehler, Long, Sadler, I'icld, Kinter, Burton, Lang. McConnell. Front RowfStrathearn, Stebbins. Honey, Livingston, Smith, Thunhurst, YYilson, Stoltz, Patterson, Long, Ps-ters. On the third lap, the dangerous Multiplication Mountain caused more than one of us to wish he were safe on land. The pilots, Miss Byers and Mrs. Duncan, proved the foolishness of our fears. since we were set down on the field without any harm. The History storm and Geography lightning were the main difficulties on the fourth lap with Miss Dickson and Miss Grubb guiding us. VVith Miss Piper and the same Miss Dickson we traversed the Long Division Desert and began to cross the Fraction Forest. The sixth lap took us over the rest of the Fraction Forest, and then came the English Sea where the winds of Nouns, Pronouns. Adjectives, Verbs, Adverbs, Prepositions. and lnterjections almost blew us off our track. However. our experienced pilots, Miss Locke and Miss Seibert. flew us safely to land. .N new country was passed over on our seventh and eighth laps. Miss Stewart and Mr. Gardner were the regular pilots and the co-pilots were Miss Swisshehn. Miss Newmeyer. and Mr. Elliot. But we were now more experienced, and so We were able to have our own representatives to help pilot us. Together with the pilots. they helped guide us to the borders of a foreign country. This. the ninth lap. has taken us one-fourth of the way into the country. Now it does not seem foreign, but as natural as the others were. 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Irlvvles, l.'ltinCr, Xvllllllllll Xndvrson, Crouse, Dawson, Lindstrom. Students of the Eighth Year iXnclerson, Doris llarnarfl, Thomas Bentley. Richard liilfglllilll, Ruth llroclen, XVillarcl ' linrros. Raymond Caflman, Alexander Caldwell, llarhara Craig, Betty jean Crotsley, Marion Cimtsley, Sarah Crouse. Barbara Davison, VVilliam Dawson. Caroline Dicksrm, Harold Eccles, Marilyn Elmer, Glaister Evans, Thomas Ewing, jean Garland, Anne Gibson, Louise Gibson, Robert Guthrie, john A Hainjtuii, Robert I'-lershey. Anna jean Huffman. Eleanor jnhnston, Helen jnhnston, Robert Kennedy, lrvin l.atime1', Virginia Leighton, Keller Lilley, Marian Linclstroin, Barbara Llcmycl, Ellainae The SYLVAN ..-:..-Q Back Row-Prager, McCune, Kennedy, Martin, Portzer. McConnell, Milligan, Ye-ager, XVagner, Plunkett. Middle Row-Timmerman, Maxiield, Reed, Willoughby, Summ, Mcllnhan, Lovelace, Mallonee. Wfilloughby, McManus, Truan. Front Row-Strathearn, McMahan, Tessmer, Sibley, Stock, McEl6sh, Skillingzton, Thompson, Stewart, Swope, Spooner. Students of the Eighth Year l.cmvelace, Margaret llufs, Amie Luce. XYilliam Skillington, Naomi Mallonee, Evelyn Spooner, Alice Stewart. Anne Stftck, Marie Stratliearn, Margaret Martin, ,-Xlbert Maxnelcl. violin McConnell, Harold McConnell, James Summ. Jessie Mcfune. Samuel Swope, Marian Mclilfisli, Margaret Tessmer, Norma McMal1an. Betty Mcklalian, Bonnie McManus, joseph Milligan, Paul Plunkett. James Portzer, VVillia1n Prager, Louis Reed, Joseph Tliompson, Naomi Timmerman, Paul Truan, David XVagner, Paul Xlillougliliy, Frank Xlillouglilmy, jean Yeager, Paul 41 oi The SYLVAN i Buck Row-Evans, Ewing. Berlin, Earl, Hershey, Hisdorf. Guthrie, Hncen 1,., mi Anderson, Corbin. Middle Iiovv-llim,-kson, Unffmaln, Goetz, Gruyburn, Gunster. liwlm-lt, ldlxlxI:'Il Hub Davidson. Front Huw-Hull, ll0Vl'l't. lflwarl, Friesm-ll, Divtric-li. C:a1'twi'i,:4ht, Bos. llll Hutmc HEll'lv1,ll'fl, Heginlmthaim, lllat-k. Students of the Seventh Year .XllClCl'Sllll, Willizun pxlllbllfll. Ricliarcl llzigger, Ralph lizilclcen, ,Xnclrew liziir, Rieluml Bennett, Robert Berlin, Clizlrles lilzlek. QlZllllCl'lllC linsterlo, Mzirilyil Clwlkzi, Paul Ciflfflllflll. Maxine Cflflllll, llzivicl Covert, llelen llzlviclscm. Nancy Diclcscun. Mary .lane llictricli, Ruth lizirl, Dfmglzis -ll lzvzins, Xlilltcr l':W21l'l, Virginia livving. XYilliznn lfriesell. Us-i'ti'uclc fizllyuii, liclgzn- iianster, james Goetz, llzwicl fil'1lylJLll'll, VVilli:1m ilutlirie, Clizirles Hall, Rachel H:u'fo1'cl, lirinzi H?ll'l01'fl, lfllllllil Hays, Helen HL-gililxutlizun, Zelclzi Hcrsliey, llzmmlcl Hisclnrf, Nl1lltllCW llulclen, vlzunes lavk Row-Peterson, Sherwood, Kennedy. Schneider, XVilloug'hby, Smith, Lange M0 Cutc-hen, Snyder, Moore, Morrison. Xliddle Row-E. McCloskey. U. Meifloskcy, XN'right, Rc-1-ri. Williams, J. Simpson, XX ood Parry, Swope. Front Row-Lang, Kitts. Mciintire, Martin, Sparr. D. Simpson, Langley, Pine, Iittell 'XI irvin, Mason. Lang. joseph Lange. Mzirtlm Lzlngley, Mary gxllil Littell. Betty Jane Mzirtiii, Mzirgziret Marvin, BI2ll'g211'Ct Mason, Marian Mcfluskey. Eileen McCloskey, Vida McC11tc11e11, .lolm Meii11ti1'e. iilmzi .lerome Howie, Hzirry KI111'1'iso11. Szunuel I':11'1'y, Virginia i,GtC1'Stll1, Clizirles Pine, lflien Reed, Mztrjorie Students of the Seventh Year Kitts, Louise Sciineider, .Nlvin Sherwood. Donald Sibley, Jean Silillhllll, Uoimtliy Siinpson, hlzinet Smith, Charles Snycier, Robert Spztrr, Jean S11111111, .lane Swope. ,lean NYe11tvvo1'ti1, Rllj' XN'iliiz1111s, Betty XYillo11g'l1l1y. Robert Xxillllli. .Xnnzi ,lzme XY1'igl1t, Helen The SYLVAN The SYLVAN Song Sheet Please Believe Me ....,.......,.,...................... ,....... I n the office The Music Goes Round and Round ......... ............... ....... O 1 'chestra Alone .....,...,A...,..,.,.,,..l.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Dinner for One, Please james .,..........,... 99 Out of a 100 Want to Be Loved ....... Lovely to Look at .................................. Sitting High on a Hill Top ........ Goodbye ........,i.....,...........,.......... Dancing Silhouettes ...... Be Still My Heart ............,. Red Sails in the Sunset ......., The Three Musketeers ..,,... Whispering .,.......,.,.....,......,......,...i,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,...,.i,,,,,,,,i,.,.,,,,w,,.,,,...,,,r,,,.,... I'lTl Going to Sit Right Down and Write Solitude ....,...,.........................,..,.................................................................. Cling to Me ...,......r....,........,.....r,... Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life .......,....... Take a Number from One to Ten ....... .................Leading chapel "Big Hearted Herbert" .................Girls' glee club .........Ballet of operetta Wiener Roast .After conunenceinent The Prom ....,..,......Oral English program .......The end of a perfect picnic Billy, and Tilley .Study Hall Myself a Letter ............ Typewriting Class Eighth period ..,...Those scanty bathing suits . ,...... ........,,.........,... G eometry .,...........Football signals Shooting High ...,.,....,,..,,.r.,,,,..,..,,..,,,,. ....,,,. C lass of '36 in 1923 Get Thee Behind Me, Satan ...,.,.,...,.,...,.,,,, ......,.,. P laying hookey Don't Mention Love to Me .....,.,..............,.... ........ W oman haters Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle ,...,.,,. ............,.., D utch Keown Eenie, Meenie, Minie, Moe ....,,,..,,,,.,,.,,,....,,,. ....,..... A nswering a test Little Bit Independent .......... Thanks a Million ,........... 24 Hours a Day ....... It's Been so Long ......., Here's to Romance ....,.... Heat Wave ............................ Easter Parade ..........,............,... l'm Popeye the Sailor Man ....... Lights Out ..........,...................,.. Iill Never Forget ....................... Broken Record ............,..............., Without a Word of Warning ......,........,.. The World is Waiting for the ..........Betty Rockwell ......,.Getting through ............Betty and Joe .....,...Peggy and Leavy ....................The halls ..,......,..........Edgecator ..,,,,.Washington trip ....,.A............,,r...Rodgers Wilson ...............,...............Training rules ...,.....Maxim for Henry Anderson ...................,.........Basketball team ........The unexpected test Vacation Soon .,....,...............,............., .,,..,,.....,,...,,...... ..,,4i,.,....,...,, , ,,,.. . Sunrise ......... ....... 5 hours after the prom 44 TTTW XXX? P4 rnun.,Lw mn- 1:-:rw .:uu.,r.-- 1.-.qxuu-neun: Y The SYLVAN 0 Class of 1933 Bartunek, Helen, 604 Greendale Avenue, Married, Mrs. jack Tate. Blackburn, Mary, 417 Willow Place, Working, Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co. Charters, Lee, 227 Garland Street, University of Indiana, Sophomore. Chubb, Vivian, 7047 Penn Avenue, Ohio Wesleyan University, junior. Cooke, Carol, 232 West Swissvale Avenue, Working, Samson Motor Company. Crowell, Anabel, 557 Allenby Street, At Home. Daley, Paul, 129 Oakview Avenue, Working, Isaly Dairy Company. Dzugan, Anna, 115 Lloyd Avenue, Working, Pittsburgh Academy. Ely, Brooks, 219 Chestnut Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Junior. Ely, Warner, 219 Chestnut Street, United States Naval Academy. Eyman, Albert, 1039 Trenton Avenue, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Junior. Foster. Vera, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, At Home. Gibson, Irene, 428'Elmer Street, Nurses' Training, Mercy Hospital. Gilson, Eleanor, Braddock Road, Working, Carnegie Institute of Technology. Gipson, Richard, 135 Oakview Avenue, Working. Hartzel, VVilliam, 310 Coal Street, VVorking, Advertising Department, Frank Sz Seder. Hutchison, Virginia, 336 Locust Street, Western Reserve University, junior. jesse, Elmer. 1031 East End Avenue, Working, Duquesne Light Company. Johns, Elizabeth. 212 Dewey Street, At Home. Kellogg, Arthur, 147 Oakview Avenue, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Junior. lieown. Raymond, 247 Maple Avenue: University of Pittsburgh, Sophomore. Livingston, William. 1125 Savannah Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. MacDonald, Donald, Murraysville, Pennsylvania, Carnegie Institute of Technol- ogy, Junior. McConaghey. Elizabeth, 414 Greendale Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. McNulty, Louise, 1024 North Highland Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. Mehl. Stewart, 130 Gordon Street, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. Mellor. Margaret, Perry Highway. Zelienople. Pennsylvania, At Home. Miller, Verner, Braddock Township, Working. Moss, jane, 1131 East End Avenue, Carnegie Institute ot Technology, Junior. Mustard, Margaret, 143 Gordon Street, Allegheny County Emergency Relief Board. Portzer, Robert, 801 East Hutchinson Avenue, Vlforking, Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. ' Proellochs. Arnold, 406 Morris Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Junior. Raughley, Elizabeth, VVilmington, Delaware, Pennsylvania State College, Junior. Remington, Adelaide. 207 VVest Swissvale Avenue, Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology. Junior. Ridgeway, Clarence, 114 McKay Street, VVorking. Robey. Harry. 416 Greendale Avenue: Carnegie Institute of Technology. junior. Rockwell. Eleanor. 140 West Hutchinson Avenue, Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology. Sophomore. Rogers. Charles. 208 Dewey Street, University of Pittsburgh, lnnior. Rose. Ernest. VVilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh. Junior. Rund'e. Ruth. 311 Maple Avenue, Sweetbriar College, Junior. 47 ol The SYLVAN Sawin, Henry. 1029 Trenton Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. Schnell, james, 217 Lehigh Street, Working, Mellon National Bank. Shaw, Donald, 1021 Savannah Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, junior. Smith, jane, 323 Maple Avenue, Lake Erie College, Junior. Stephan, Verna, 1117 East End Avenue, At Home. Stewart, Sara, 307 Garland Street, Muskingum College, junior. Thomas, Barbara, 440 Locust Street, University of Pittsburgh, junior. Thompson, John, 206 Elm Street, Miami University, Sophomore. Troy, W'alter, 308 West Hutchinson Avenue, Notre Dame University, junior. Wagner, Thomas, 119 Linden Avenue, Farming, Center, Pennsylvania. Walton, Joseph, 161 Oakview Avenue, Lehigh University, Junior. VVeber, Maria, 421 Locust Street, Pennsylvania State College, Junior. VVeibel, Harriet, 420 Maple Avenue, Colby College, junior. VVhitman, Philip, 521 Locust Street, Haverford College, junior. Wihle, jane, 416 Maple Avenue, Beaver College, junior. VVilliams, Willard, 111 Harlow Street, Working, Gulf Refining Co. VVilson, Samuel, 626 Greendale Avenue, Working, Isaly Dairy Company. VVood, Sarah Marie, 311 Garland Street, University of Pittsburgh, Junior. Class of 1934 Adams, Milton, 1036 East End Avenue, Shenandoah College, Sophomore. Aiken, Elizabeth, 150 Gordon Street, Allegheny College, Sophomore. Allison, Alexander, 438 West Swissvale Avenue, Working, Jones 8: Laughlin Steel Company. Baldrige, Lucille, 145 Oakview Avenue, Wilson College, Sophomore. Baldwin, Mary, 215 West Swissvale Avenue, Pennsylvania College for Women, Sophomore. Bethune, Betty Jane, 5 Love's Lane, Working, Walter H. Burns Company. Bigley, Charles, 1227 South Braddock Avenue, At Home. Borland, Donald, 207 Elm Street, University of Pittsburgh, Sophomore. Brown, John, 450 Maple Avenue, Bethany College, Sophomore. Burke, john, 117 Linden Avenue, Working, Equitable Meter Company. Burt, Dorothy, 346 Locust Street, At Home. Castle, Lois, 117 Lincoln Avenue, Working, Isaly Dairy Company. Childress, Beverley, 6 Clarion Street, Bellevue, University of Pittsburgh, Sopho- l'1'lO1'C. Cholka, VVilliam, 450 West Swissvale Avenue, At Home. Clark, Elinor, 121 Edgewood Avenue, Working, H. J. Heinz Company. Collins, Katherine, 218 Beech Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Sopho- more. Cooke, Mariorie, 232 West Swissvale Avenue, Working, Forbes Cleaning Co. Craighead. Rodkey, 159 LaCrosse Avenue, University of Michigan, Sophomore. Crotsley, Harmon, 175 Gordon Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology. Sopho- more. 48 Dain, Sinclair, Munhall, Pennsylvania, Working, Koppers Company. Dickson, John, 227 Oakview Avenue, Bethany College, Sophomore. Ekey, Dorothy, 1117 Savannah Avenue, married, Mrs. Ross Emerick. Garbark, Michael, 150 Lloyd Avenue, Villanova College, Sophomore. Gibson, Elizabeth, 428 Elmer Street, Working, Union Trust Company. Gundy, Jeannette, 1114 Savannah Avenue, Working, Equitable Life Assurance Company. Hamilton, Anne, 1420 Walnut Street, Working, Goodyear Rubber Company. Heginbotham, Erla, 112 Lincoln Avenue, Working, Motorola Company. Henderson, Ralph, 808 East Hutchinson Avenue, Working, Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company. Hisdorf, Helen, 616 Greendale Avenue, Susquehanna University, Sophomore. Hoffman, Frieda, 501 Greendale Avenue, Working, H. E. Ransford Company. Plughes, Edward, 122 Dewey Street, Cornell University, Sophomore. Humbert, Lawrence, 321 Coal Street, Working, Atlantic 8: Pacific Tea Company. Johnston. James, 172 Gordon Street, Working, Mellon National Bank. Kennedy, Mae. 4915 Jordan Place, Pittsburgh, Working. Keown, Harry. 247 Maple Avenue, Slippery Rock State Teachers' College, Fresh- man. Kieffer, Margaret, 218 Dewey Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology. Sopho- more. Kinsey, Archibald, 310 Maple Avenue, Bethany College, Sophomore. Lyngheim. Kjell. 112 Gordon Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Sopho- more. Magill, Jean, Crescent Hill Road, Turtle Creek, Working. National Cash Register Company. - Mitchell, Kathleen, Washington, D. C., Working. Mumaw, Henrietta, 131 LaCrosse Avenue, Nurses' Training, South Side Hospital. Munson, Elizabeth, 242 Race Street, Working. National Union Fire Insurance Company. Murphy. Gertrude, 410 West Swissvale Avenue, Oberlin College, Sophomore. Randall, Lorin, 133 Dewey Street, University School. Ransford, Herbert, 219 Garland Street, Allegheny College, Sophomore. Remaley, Donald, 458 VVest Swissvale Avenue, California State Teachers' College, Sophomore. Remaley. Russell. 458 West Swissvale Avenue, California State Teachers' College, Sophomore. Remington. Leighton. 207 West Swissvale Avenue, Washington and Jefferson University, Sophomore. Riley. Gayle. 113 W'est Hutchinson Avenue, Teacher of Piano. Robey. Marion, 416 Greendale Avenue, Working, Shadyside Academy. Rodes, Nevin, 402 VVest Hutchinson Avenue, Shenandoah College, Freshman. Schobert, Irma. 511 Greendale Avenue, At Home. Scott. Elizabeth. 431 Locust Street, Pennsylvania College for VVomen, Sopho- more. Springer, Harry, 215 Race Street, At Home. Stephan. Dorothy, 1117 East End Avenue, Working. General Tire Dealers. Stoltz. Jane, 151 VVest Hutchinson Avenue, Oberlin College, Sophomore. Straw. Edward. 1301 South Braddock Avenue, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Sophomore. Straw, Virginia, 1301 South Braddock Avenue, Temple University, Sophomore. 49 The. SYLVAN-L-I The SYLVAN Stroman, Mary, 155 Washington Avenue: Bethany College, Sophomore. Trussell, Margaret, 135 Lloyd Avenue: University of Pittsburgh, Sophomore. Van Kennen, James, 1203 East End Avenue: University of Pittsburgh, Sopho- more. VVagner, Mary, 119 Linden Avenue: Working, jade Beauty Shop. VVeikert, Beulah, 228 Oakview Avenue: Indiana State Teachers' College. Wightman, Marjorie, 108 Maple Avenue: Pittsburgh Studio of Art. XVilliams, Oliver, 111 Harlow Street: Carnegie Institute of Technology. Fresh- man. VVilliamson, Mark, 211 Lehigh Street: University of Pittsburgh, Sophomore. Class of 1935 Aiken. Louise. -147 Locust Street: Oberlin College, Freshman. Anderson, Roy, 187 Lloyd Avenue: Edgewood High School, Post Graduate. Bakken, Anna, 414 Morris Street: Westminster College, Freshman. Bigley. Mary Lou, 1227 South Braddock Avenue: At Home. Bishoff, Mason. 165 Lloyd Avenue: VVorking, Bethlehem Steel Company. Boon, Elizabeth, 226 Garland Street: VVilson College, Freshman. Bruner. Harold. 606 Cascade Road: University of Michigan, Freshman. Burke, Jane, 413 Vtfillow Place: At I-Iome. Cargo, Virginia, 1122 Miftlin Avenue: University of Colorado, Freshman. Cogswell, Robert, 215 Lehigh Street: University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Creelman, Elizabeth, 309 VVest Swissvale Avenue: Carnegie Institute of Tech- nologv. Freshman. Douglas, Helen, 314 Laurel Street: VVorking, Iiaufmann's. lfschholz, Phyllis, 229 West Swissvale Avenue: Carnegie Institute of Technology Freshman. Gable. Thelma, 451 Morris Street: At Home. Garrett. Bettie, 1116 liast End Avenue: University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Gillilan. VVilliam, 200 Maple Avenue: Purdue University, Freshman. Grollmvs. Edna. 212 Dewey Street: Working, Liberty Baking Company. Hagy, Fdna. 6811 Thomas Boulevard: At Home. Hain. Isabelle, 106 Gordon Street: Working, Reymer's. Hartzell. Helen, 310 Coal Street: Working, Photostat Service. Hughes, Henrv, 122 Dewey Street: Andover Academy. I-Iutchison. Robert. 310 VValnut Street: Pennsylvania State College, Freshman. Iohnston. VVil'ia1n. 710 VValuut Street: Grove City College, Freshman. Keiser. ,Tr-hn. 1-19 Race Street: Carnegie Institute of Technology. Freshman. Kielifer. Iohn. 218 Dewey Street: University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Lange, Eva. 8009 VVestmoreland Avenue: At Home. Langham. Margaret, 309 Edgewood Avenue: Working. I-Iome Service and Elec- ! tric Shop. Leavenworth. Lois, Shaker Heights, Ohio: Pennsylvania College for 1Vomen Freshman. 50 The SYLVAN Leech, Milton, 104 Uakview Avenue, Working, Hays Brick Company. Leerberg, Eileen, 426 Elmer Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Freshman. Lehr, Marjorie, 448 Locust Street, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Freshman. Livermore, Robert, 223 Chestnut Street, Grove City College, Freshman. Lloyd, Bernice, 448 West Swissvale Avenue, VVorking, Pittsburgh Mercantile Company. Luyster, William, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, At Home. Lynch, Margaret, 1 Brinton Road, Wilkinsburg, At Home. Lyngheim, Mosse, 112 Gordon Street, University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Price, Ruth, 225 West Swissvale Avenue, Waynesburg College, Freshman. Renton, Elizabeth, 110 Oakview Avenue, Indiana State Teachers' College, Fresh- man. Schulz, Dolores, 210 Lincoln Avenue, Nurses' Training, Pittsburgh Home for Babies. Scott, Charles, 320 Coal Street, Grove City College, Freshman. Smith, Hector. jefferson Road, VVilkinsburg, University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Stewart, Frances. 482 Maple Avenue, Working. Thomas, Benjamin, 440 Locust Street, Edgewood High School, Post Graduate. Thorp. Ruth, 416 Morris Street, Working. Union Switch CQ Signal Company. Uhl, John, 156 Oakview Avenue, University of Pittsburgh, Freshman. Voegtle, Rita, 229 Oakview Avenue, At Home. VVeibel, Mary Bee, 420 Maple Avenue, Pennsylvania College for Women, Fresh- man. Weldon, Clarissa, 216 Beech Street, Lake Erie College. Freshman. Wentworth, Beatrice. 824 East Hutchinson Avenue, Bethany College, Freshman. VVilliams, Alice. 437 Elmer Street, Pennsylvania College for VVomen, Freshman. O Sl ilhe SYLVAN Boys' Lockerroom Chatter VVhat's on your mind besides your hair? The sociology test. I think I Hunked it. I wonder what Mr. Crouse meant when he said some of us would get eyestrain while taking the test. That reminds me. The other day jim was trying to get a chemistry experiment and Mr. Gordon told him to use his noodle. Did he? No. He said. "VVhat's that F' I've used everything else in the lab ?" Mr. Schroek thinks joe Vtfest is a fright, too. Joe always uses two English note- books. How do you like your English work book? In the waste-basket. I suppose you think that's funny. Oh, my name is just DeVVitt at school. Another one like that and you'll drive me nuts. That would be some improvement. Say! Is Jim Walton going to play tonight? Play what? Basketball or peek-a-boo with a girl in the front row Oh! I've got a blind date tonight. I hope she is not too bad. Don't worry, you won't be stung any worse than the girl is. Did you get a date last night? You mean did she get me. lt cost three bucks. I certainly got a close shave before I went out the other night. VV hat happened? I went to the barber's. Mr. Glessner said he was going to call on us tomorrow for that theorem. I wonder if he will. Bill told him to wait 'till Friday because Long won't be there tomorrow. VVell, I'll see you in the Sylvan. 52 The SYLVAN lo Fourth Row-Meyer, Kinzer, Baldrige, Corbin, Rundle, Lawthers, Swope. Third Row-MCEIHSII, Simpson, Craighead. Rockwell, Morris, Burke-. Garbark, Fovcrt, Culver, Prof-llochs. Second Row-Kingsland, Cha,I'tI-rs, Me-gee, Anderson, Conrad, VValton. First Row-Davison, Linde-rman, Good, Aiken. McDowell, XVhittum. I'IENRY ANDERSON PEGGY AIEGEE ..,.... BARBARA MORRIS JAMES VVALTON JAMES WVHITTUM ..... ELEANOR SIMPSON .... JEAN MEYER ............... FLORENCE CRAIGHEAD RODERT GOOD ............ JOHN MCDOWELI. ASSOCIATE EDITORS CLASS EDITORS Sylvan Staff Editor Assistant Editor Girls' I-'Ithletirs Boys' Atlzletirs Muximl Organizations Arademic Organizations Alumni Calendar .Iolzn Artizfities MARY LOUISE PROELLOCHS ............................,.............. . ......... Senior Editor JEANNE CULVER .....,............. ...,....... J unior Editor ELEANOR CONRAD .,.......... ..... S ophomore Editor ELOISE LAWTHERS .......... .......... F reshman Editor MARGARET McEI.FIsH ..... .... E ighth Year Editor JEAN SWOPE ................ ...................,.....,.....,... .... S e fventh Year Editor ART STAFF BETTY ROCKWELI, ......,...,.,........,.....,.................................... Dirrrfor of Art Staff RICHARD AIKEN MARY CORBIN PATTI GENE BALDRIGE GEORGE DAVISON ALICE RUNDLE BUSINESS STAFF HARRlET'l' KlNCSI.IKND .,.... .,..,..................,..,...,.........,................ B usinrxs I'V1anager VVfI,I,!AM CHARTERS .,.... ...,,.,............................,.. I Ailssistant Bzzxinru Managrr TYPING STAFF MARY IOUISE PROEl.I,OcIIs ..,................,...................,.... Dirrrtor of Typing Staf BETTY BURKE CAEDIE LOU K'NzER CXRYI. COvEfz'r RICHARD LINDERM.-XN 'IIIIELMA Ci.-XRBARK M'ss MII,I.ER .,.. PEGGY MEOEE 55 Farully .4d'L'lA'I'l' l The SYLVAN Bac-k Row-Good, Thompson, Shirley. Middle Row-D. Shirley, Humphrey, Mitchell, Elmer, Livinprston, lhililrige. Front How -Praighead, Walton, Anderson, Mr. Gordon, Culver. Senior Student Council JAMES XVALTIIN ......... 1Jl't'.YI.flt'llf JEANNE CIILVER .....Ao ,, I'lift'-Pl'l'.YfllCl1f NIARGARET ANDERSON or ....... .Skvrvfarbx IJAVID S H IRLEY ,.,.,,oo TrI'zI.mrz'1 The Senior Student Council is the student ruling hody of lidgewoocl High Sthool The Inemlaers of the council are all chosen by the students of the school through elm tions. The purposes of the council are to aid in bringing the students and the fzuultx into closer relationship, to develop in the students a greater degree of responsilxilitx for au and order, to grant charters to new organizations, and to promote school aetnitles This year the council appointed Fl fire drill patrol, The members also sponsored 'I Valentine party. SENIOR MEMBERS FLORENCE CRAIGHEAD PATRICIA EI.'vIER ROBERT Goon LEONARD SHIRLEY JAMES WAl,ToN SOPHOMORE MEMBERS EDWIN HALDRIGE l,AVID SHIRLEY JUNIOR MEMBERS JEANNE CUI.vER EvEI,YN HUMPHREY lvl.-XRY lVllTCllEl.I FRESHMAN MEMBERS MARGARET .ANDERSON HARRY Tnoivirsox The SYLVAN:-'- Back Row-Smith, Frifsell, Miss Stewart, Williams, Goetz. Front Row-Stock, Yea,e'qer. Cadman, Dawson. Junior Student Council TXLEXANIJER CADNAN u,,, V,w..w...wv 1 'rvxia'v11t PAH, NYEAGER .........v. l'frz'-Piuxvizlriif BIARIE STOCK ..A.. ..Y, . S'crrvfury BETTY XYILLIAMS 7lI't'l?Slll'l'l' The junior Student Council, an organization similar to the Senior Student Council, helps the students to place themselves in a closer relationship with thi: faculty, to pro- mote an interest in the school, and to plan school activities. The council has again this year reorganized the patrol system. lt also sponsored a Leap Year Dance, a project pronounced by all to be a complete Success. MEMBERS 8 B-1 8 B-2 ALEXANDER CADMAN Nl.-XRXE STOCK CAROLINE DAWSON PAUL YEAGER 7 B-1 7 B-2 QQERTRUDE FRIESELI. CHARLES Smrrn DAvm GoE1'z BETTY W1l,i.xAMs 57 oi- The SYLVAN Back Row-IJ. Shirley, Quick, Good, Hamilton, VVa1ton, Anderson, L. Shirley NIcDovi ell, Atkins. Middle Row-Baldrige, Renton, ll2llTllt'I', Megee, Simpson, Anderson, Kline Com id Dawson, Rode-s. Mcllowe-ll. Front Row-Brown, Kistler, Proelloehs, Meyer, XVeber, Boon, Rundle, Hoon Sioonei Culver, Horst. Scholarship Society The Scholarship Society this year is purely an honorary society. Xlthougli it is an inactive club. all the students strive to gain nieinbership to this eicclusiu society. Those who in the previous year have maintained a rating' of B or above are automatically made members. This honor, however, is llilt extended to the Freshmen. Henry Anderson Robert Good VVilliani Hamilton Elinor Kistler John McDowell Peggy Megee ,lulian Atkins Jean Boon ,loan Boon Elizabeth Brown Louise Caldwell Jeanne Culver ,lane Anderson Edwin Baldrige Eleanor Conrad Mary jane Kline Crass or 1936 jean Meyer Mary Louise Proellochs CLAss or 1937 Cinxss or l93S 58 V Leonard Shirley Eleanor Simpson james Vlfalton Dorothea VVeber Robert Dawson Anna Marie Horst James McDowell Richard Rodes Alice Rundle Patricia Spooner Norman Painter Robert Quick VVfilter Renton David Shirley Back Row.-Brown, Brennan, Peters, Crowell, Covert, Galyon, Hagen, Boon, Anderson, Cusic, Corbin, Craighead, Grape-r, Gicquelais, Stoltz, Keeney. Middle Row-Ewart, Davison, Neel, Keener, Lloyd, Horst, Cooke, Thomas, Brown, Slocum, Moss, Strathearn, Caldwell, Ganster, Rodes. Front Row-Xvatkins, Johns, Jones, Baldrige. Rockwell, Uhl, Horne, Rundle, Boon, XVeibe1, Hill. Art Club Vl'Il,l.lAM HORNE ......... President Roinzm' L'HL ,.,,,...,,,,,,, .,,. l 'irc Prrsidczzf lfl.IZAllETH Rocxweti. ,,,. Scrrcfary ,XLICE RUXDLE .... 7ll'l'lISllI'Cl' The Art Cluh furnishes outside activity for those artistically minded students of the school. This is its second year of existence under a charter. The programs consisted of lectures hy speakers secured hy Miss Wallace, the faculty advisor. Besides furnishing social meetings for themselves, the mem- hers added a unique party known as the Sweater-letter Dance to the list of success- ful school parties. 59 -1 The SYLVAN Fourth Row-Hrown, Hamill, Weber, Coulson, NVatkins, Simpson, Slocum, Keener, Hutchinson, Stehl, Stewart, Anderson. Peters, .l. Hoon, Caldwell, Huntlle, Rockwell. Kuhbaeh, Hill, M. Gzirbark, Brown. Third Row-I.. Wark, M. Hill, Stock, T. Garbark, Proelloc-hs. Yarnatll, Net-l, Cooke, Creelman, Crowell, Lewis, Kingsland, Kinzer, Ciuiiglieacl, Hiles, Heck, Meyer, R. Haley, Kieffer, A. Daley, McManus. Se-cond How-lisbenshade, Honey, Morrison, Fleming, B, Allen, IC, XVurk, Culver, Mitchell, .l. Hoon, VVeihel, Kistler, Morris, Grollmus, llipsqley. Front Row-l.ohr, Rogers, Walton, Slcillingrton, Hilllllltflll, ,Xndi-rson, Shirley. Hurt, Metfullough. Le Cercle Francais lirixoie li1s'rI.is1t ,,,, e..,. . . Ltr P1'0.vitlm1Ir limit:-:.xi:.x lXl0RRlS ,,,, Lu Viva l're'.virlv11lr l'lI.ilRliNl'lE L'i:.x11siilc.xii ,,,, Lu Sl'l'I'l'fClI.I't' XX'ri.!.mM HAnn.ToN ,. A... Lf Tl't'.V0l'fl'l' l.e Cerele Frztneziis, although this is the twelfth year of its existence, still holds the interest of the students. Those students who have passed one year of French :ire eligilmle for membership. .-Xll its meetings ure. of course. conducted in French. This practice furnishes :ln opportrnity for its meinhers to put into use their acquired knowlerlge of French. The l7l'Utf'l'ZlIllS this year consisted of skits. singing, und games. :ill in French. 60 The S YLVAN -0 Back Row-Kline, Kistler, Burke, Hamilton, Helmich, Boon. Front Row-Covert, Rockwell, Kuhbach. The Edgecator Staff BETTY ROCKVVELL ...... Editor-in-Chief lVl.-XRJORIE neunsacn .. ,4J.vismnt Editor MARY JANE KLINE ,,,. .,..... F fnture Editor BETTY BURKE ..,...... ,.....,......... C lub Editor Euxoiz KZSTl.ER ......, .... G irli' Sport Editor XRYILLIAM H.AM1i,ToN .... ..... B oys' Sport Editor CARYL COVERT ......... ..,...... P ersonfll Editor NANCY Cmwrono . ..... Exrlmnye Editor MARTON HAss ......... ,4dfuerti.ving Manager EOVVARD HELMICH .. .... Businrsx Manager MR. Sci-mocx ......... .... F arulty Adviser MISS AYRES ............ .... F afulty Adfzfisrr Miss NEWMEYER ..,... .... F arulty Adviser The lidgecator staff. functioning as a regular organizaticm. has published twenty editions of the school paper this year. Considerable iniprnvelnents and numerous additions have been made. The staff has been enlarged to cover every phase of high-school journalism and paper management. Wlith money from the sale of subscriptions. new stenciling equipment and an automatic inimeograph feed were purchased. Members of the stall: participated in several scholastic journalistic conferences. 61 1 The SYLVAN V l Huck Iiuw-Munsun, Duuprlzxs, Jolilisnvn. NY. Thompsuu, IAi'llVl'llVYUl'll'l. Vlil'lllllllLll'Sf, Iilm, H. Thumpson, Mchalli-11, Ilennr-tt. liullztntyiiv, lYlCCUllll1'll. Milldlw Huw-J. .Xike--11, liyvr, Keown, XY11u1'1'y, l3il5UllllHll, Daley, XVig'lllIY1ilH, XYil1s, Hass. l"e-thu-rstoii, Ilulclrigf-, Renton. Johnston. l'll'Ulll Huw- Nic-hols. li. Aikvri, XYliittu111. O'Ns-il, l4iI11'lt'l'IH2ilI. Miss F1111-y, Huwcll, Crrrus:--, Iluvismi. l1lIlfl4'l'lll2lll. Boys' Glee Club .Iuircs XY1ll'l"I'l'M .,,, .. ,,,. lJl'1'.N'lflt'I1f XX'ii.i.11xx1 l3,xi1.iaY .. .glil-llfilllllhll and 7il't'17A'IlI'l'l' H1111 11bw11rcl the Hays' Cilcc Club lixprcss. Il scctiuu of tlu- Music Club Qruisv fur Z1 sliurt juurucy tliruugli tlic yczir. .Nt tlicir first stup fl':Clll'L11ll'y lstj, tlie buys, who lizul bt-cu przicticiiijg' stczlclili for tlircc weeks, cruwclc-cl out uf tlic C2lI'S 111111 ciiterccl tlie liclgc-xxwicl High Sclwul where they juiuccl some of tlic other scctious of tlic Music Klub tu piwliicc ll highly successful upercttn. "Tune lu," clircctcrl by Miss Carey. 'lilicrc w11s Zl sliurt sto 1, 110'11ii1 in lfclffcwoorl, to Jcrfm'ui 1111 tlic Mcifs aru- Z5 P0 Qlfllll 11t tlic Ccmiiiuiiiity Cliurcli. .Xpril 22. The buys Zlgillll C'l1ll'2llllCCl fur Z1 lung trip before the Couiity Music lfcstiml. lllflf-' 9. The Music lit-stiV11l was ZL great success, Zlllil tlic buys gut quitc ll tlirill out of siugiug' iu tlic iuimeuse chorus uf eight liuiiclrecl voices. Ou juuc 9. the Music Club Cruise Zlglllll c11u1c tugs-tlicr for C,'n111111ci1ce1uc11t illlil the curl ut' the trip. 62 The SYLVAN lim-it Row-liec-k, lisbenshade, Jones, Hutchinson, Proelloehs, Johns, Robertson, Slocum. Third Row-Morrison. IG. Wurk, L. Wark, Str-hl, Creelman, Grollmus. Nt-el, Mitchell. Second RowABoon, Morris. Keener, Wood. Cusie, Fleming, Gable. Boon. First Following the vain. we find that ll Rowgllorst, Culver, fT1'aip:'l1n-ful, Hiles, Miss Pzirey, Rundle. Hill, Spooner, Meyer. Junior and Senior Girls' Glee Clubs SENIOR OFFlCliRS FIMRENCE Ckixtuiimtm ,,,, , ,,,..r,.....rrr.....,,,, Prqxvidmii liA'l'HRYN lil-ICK ,..,,.,..,.,......,.. ............ . Sl!'fl'l'fCIl'-V and 7ll'f'l7.S'III'f'l' JUNIOR OFFICERS bliaxxxis CL'I,x'iaR ..,,,...,.......... .,,r....... .....,....., ...... I ' 1 'rxiflmf Svoomcic ............,,,...,..r,r...,.... St'lil't'flI1'.X' and Yl1't'lI.flll'f'l' l,.X'I'RIl'I.X adventures of our reporter on the Girls' Glee Cluh llus Cara- group of eight from the Junior :md Senior husses represented lidgewood at the Tuesday Musical Junior Progrzun, held .lmuinry 21 in the Sol- diers' :md Sailors' Memorial Hall. .Xt the next stop. El senior sextette sang for the Mothers' Meeting of the Parent Teachers .'Xssocizition. Later this same sextette appeztred on the Parents' Night program. llarch lZ. The operetta. "Tune ln." which hroug-ht together most of the Music Club Cruise, provided parts for hoth junior and senior cluhs. lloth cluhs were also znnong those present :it the County Music Festival. ,Xt various stops throughout the year, the two cluhs appeared on chapel pro- grzuns, and hoth wound up the year with a splendid performance at Commence- ment. sliune 9, 63 lTl-me SYLVAN Back Row-Farmer, Lang, lmhnian, Conrad, Vlfible, Nr-6-1. Wright. Kline-, Coulson. Horne, Pickvtt. Middle- Huw-Glenwripeqht, lvonovan, Hewitt, Hurkv, Johnstone. Hagen, Hvrshry, Kint- er, Stoltz. Wilson, Haldrigre, Crawford, Burton, Jones. Front Row-lVatkins. I'e'tu-rs. l,on,u,', Livingston, lviegev, Kr-envy. Wilson. Summ, Uiwiigr- head, Johansson, Freshman and Sophomore Girls' Glee Clubs SCJPHUMORF OFFICERS Ilixiemim lxllitiliii ........,.,,.,,o,..., l,l'l'XlAll4'llf IELEANUR Commn ,,,, .S't't'l't'fllI"V rum' 7ll'4'tISIll'l'I' FRFSI-TMAN OFFICERS xllhllklill l,1vIN4:s'roN .Y,, ,,,,,,,,.,,...,.,,,..,,..,,. I 'l'vxirlr'11f l.0ls LONG ..,...,,.,..,,,,,. .Slt't'I'l'flll'j' and Tl't'tIXIll'l'1' The Freshmen and Sophoinorc busses did not make so many stops as the others. for the iirst two years of singing are spent primarily in voice training and vocal independence. However. they did stop for Il chapel program. the opercttii, "Tune ln." :uid Connnenceinent. :X few ineinhers qualified for the all county chorus. zi feature of the County Nay Festival, held in thc Syria Mosque. 64 The SYLVAN Back Row-Anderson, Shaffer, Haubrieh, Mowry, Hamilton, Whittum, VVood, Horne, Hewitt. Middle Row-Keown, Hershey, Good, Weitzel, Dawson, Slocum, Dawson, Miss Carey, Crawford, Hamill, Duecker, Lohr, Rodes, Meyer, McKean. Front Row-Hass, Horst, Swope, Hershey, Yarnall, Allen, Skillington, Allen, Gerasia, Johnson, Long, Dickson, Hain. Orchestra HENRY .-XNnERsoN .... ,.... ..,,,.............. P 1 'F.Yfd!'7ll' -lam-is XYHITTLM Sl'l'l'l'ffIl'3' and Treasurer The high degree of musical attainment of the orchestra this year made worth- while the many stops of the overloaded orchestra blimp. There were forty-one passengers, presided over by Miss Carey. .-X large percentage of these trooped off at Teachers' lnstitute in the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Hall, October 18. to play as one of the seven high school groups of the all county orchestra. They made no small impression as a near professional presentation of Hungarian Dance No. V by Brahms was given. The Music Department Concert of December 19 found the orchestra blimp hovering outside while the orchestra participated as a body, and two of its mem- bers rendered solo selections. After many of the usual stops to play marches in chapel. to play for the operetta. to entertain at Parents' Night. March l2. and to provide music in the intermissions of the senior play, the blimp again joined the all-county orchestra of two hundred pieces for the County Music Festival. The orchestra blimp was hnally deflated at the end of the vear after the or- chestras hne performance at Commencement. 65 The SYLVAN 11111-lc 1i4,lVVf'I'l'U2lD, Y1Ja1:,'1-1-, M1-1Tlu1-1-, DlJY1UX'2lll, Rodes, 11l'lll1SX. Mi1l11l1- 1i4JVV'A1i'1'ik'Zll1, 1':1ll1Sl', XYhi1tu111, Muwry, 171161-k1-r, Tl11111111:41111. 1i1'l11l11l, XYz11:111-11 K1-11w 11. 101-0111 li11w-Mz1s1111. Hz1111il11111, 1l1'ayl1u1-n, l!z1p:'f:,'1Jr, 1'wll1'llll'l', XX'ill1111gh11 1111, l1'D41y, Milligan, 11111-lz, lNI:11'l:l1-. Watkins. 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P resident FRANK DALEY ............. ...... I "irc Pl'f'.Yid!?7Zf WILFORD THUNHURST ..,. ......... S cc'l'c'fary JANE ANDERSON ...... .......,. ........... T r cfaszzrer Besides the usual members-the Boys' Glee Club. the Girls' Glee Clubs, the orchestra, and the band-there were three stowaways on the Music Club Cruise this year. The first was the Junior String Ensemble, composed of five violins and a cello taken from grades six and seven. Mr. Charles Riley led them in some selections at the Music Department Concert. Second on the docket was the eighth grade orchestra which had a membership of more than half of the eighth grade. A student maestro, James Plunkett, led it in a fine performance on the Parents' Night Program, March 12, and later led it through a fine performance in chapel. The Seventh Grade Chorus, last on the list, was composed of selected boys' and girls' voices gathered together for the purpose of learning to sing more perfectly beautiful songs. Our slogan is "Music for Edgewood and Edgewood for Muxizf' The Dramatic Club PEGGY MELZEE ..... .,.,........ P residmzif JEAN MEX'ER ............ ...... I 'irc President PHILIP CRITTENDEN ...., .....,... S errm'ary JOHN CROUSE ..... ...... T rcaszlrm' The Dramatic Club, in spite of the fact that this is its first real active year, is already one of the school's outstanding clubs. Students who are trying to make their try-outs a success are always seeking entrance. The interesting and instructive meetings furnish this incentive. At one. a real dramatist gave a talk on make-up. At another, a play which was soon to be given to assembly furnished the entertainment. This club is worth the effort given to learn the necessary try-out. 67 The SYLVANl i- The SYLVAN Freshman-Senior Weiner Roast "I wonder if I will be caught on the way home tonight," was a thought that probably ran through some of the freshmen's minds the night of September twenty-fifth at the Freshman-Senior Weiner Roast. However, this thought was not the only one, because ,everyone seemed to be having the time of his life. The Weiner roast was held at the usual place at the top of Pup's Foot hill. The refreshments, of course, were the big attraction. and there was plenty for everyone. Along with the "hot dogs," the seniors had supplied pop, apples, cider, and marshmallows. Some few even enjoyed the cool refreshing ice which was used around the pop. Besides the usual laughing and shouting, one could partici- pate in a cheer led by our honorable cheer leaders, Kirk Colbert and George Davi- son. The boys indulged in the sport of slipping pieces of ice down an unsuspect- ing person's neck. After having sung and gossiped till late in the evening, the crowd began to leave one by one. The refreshment committee had a time collecting the left-overs and pop bottles, but, with the help of Mr. Elliot and his flashlight, everything turned out all right. Sweater Letter Hop This year the Art Club had the honor of presenting the first party of the year in the form of a tea-dance. This tea-dance was the first of its kind to be held in Edgewood High School. The idea for the party was that it would be the first of a series of dances given in honor of the football letter men, or those who had received letters in other sports. The Art Club hopes to continue these dances in succeeding years. Bob Heape's Orchestra supplied the inspiration to the feet of the happy students as they glided about the halls of good old Edgewood High School. The vocalist was Patti Gene Baldrige, who sings for Bob Heape's Or- chestra. Punch and cookies Filled the bill of refreshments. Since the party was held right after school, the teachers acted as chaperons. The party continued until six o'clock. the time, which had been previously set as the closing time. Valentine Frolic In accordance with its custom of sponsoring a school party at the Edgewood Community Club, the Student Council held the "Valentine Frolic" on February 15. 1936. Like its predecessor of 1935, the party was a success. Nearly one hundred persons danced amid the decorations of Valentines Day to the tune of Lee Shaffer's Orchestra. Before the evening was over, the usual but delicious refreshments in the form of ice cream, cookies, and punch were served. The chaperons were Dr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Kuhbach, and Dr. and Mrs. Thunhurst. 68 The SYLVAN2-D Junior Prom just another school prom? No! It was an evening of rare delight as the junior class outdid itself to entertain its honorary guests, the seniors. The eve- ning of May first was a grand occasion in the life of Edgewoods young Romeos with Spring in the air and the romantic decorations in the Edgewood Community Club to inspire them. The scene portrayed was that of "A Moon Over Miami." The swaying palms gave one a feeling of warm contentment and the beach chairs proved very comfortable to lounge in while sitting out dances and looking at the moon. Baron Elliot's Orchestra provided the music for the happy young couples as they imagined themselves moving over the sandy beach. If the sand made them thirsty, they could refresh themselves with the cool delicious punch provided by the juniors. The dance programs were in blue and white, the class colors used in their banner which hung in the hall. Several members of the faculty and the parents of the classmen acted as chaperons. As the evening came to a close and the last strains of music floated from the building, everyone felt that the 1936 Prom was the most enjoyable one could expect. The Operetta "What a show!" is about the best description one could give of the Operetta, "Tune ln." sponsored by the Music Club, under the direction of Miss Carey. It was one of the biggest events of the year. The cast included a great part of the high school and gave a large number a chance to show their talent as singers or actors. The story is centered around Kasper Kroggins, the Codfish King, and Jerry Kennedy, his advertising manager, who decide to put on a radio program. .Ioe Brown, operator of station VV TNT, will be able to keep up his payments on the station if he gets the contract. Arfter the test program is over, it is discovered that the Mystery Soprano is Mrs. Kroggins, who has more ambition than talent. Jerry and Binks. an announcer, lock her in an elevator and Mitzi, the telephone operator, takes her place. Mrs. Kroggins, after the program is over, and con-- trary to her belief, is allowed to sing in a "dead mike." A telephone call reveals the ruse and Mrs. Kroggins orders Jerry discharged. Kroggins does not sign the contract to broadcast. .lean is angry with Joe for humiliating her mother, and Phipps. the former owner of the station. arrives for his payment Mitzi gives Jerry "the cold shoulder" for getting her into the situation. During Mrs. Kroggin's New Year's masquerade, Phipps who is a theatrical producer, arrives and gives Mitzi a part in a new play. Later Throckmorton ar- rives with the news that joe is the heir to a large estate and all patent rights on kipoered codflsh. Now, the situation is reversed. and -Ioe can dictate a happy ending. The cast is as follows: Kasper Kroggins .............. Thomas O'Donnell Billy ................................ .......... .I can Meyer Mrs. Kroggins ....... ....... F lorence Craighead "Dynamo" Dave ........ ...... ..... M a rtin Hass Jean Kroggins .,.................. Eleanor Creelman Mitzi ........................... ...,............ N ancy Hiles joe Brown ........................,.... Harry Thompson Bob .............................................. Walter Keown Jerry Kennedy ..........,. William Leavenworth j. Bottomley Binks ............ ...Vernon Wherry Tilly ............................ Mary Louise Proellochs Archibald Throc"m9rton ......................,........ . Milly ...,................................ Anna Marie Horst .......................................,.. Wilford Thunhurst Lysander Phipps ..................... Edwin Baldrigc 69 The SYLVAN In-ft to Rightgtlood, lllegee. Anderson, l'harters, Urittenflen. Prof-llochs, .Xik n, Howell. Crouse, Stl-hl, Praighead, Morris. Elmer. 6lBig 7? Another successful play Hearted Herbert was presented this year on .Xpril 5. hy lidgewood lligh's senior class. lt was a three act comedy entitled "Big Hearted l'lerhert.' The stuhhornness of "Big Hearted Herbert" provided the plot for the play. He refused to have his son enter collegeg instead he Wanted him to come into his fac- torv. He objected to the marriage of his daughter to a Mr. Goodrich whom hc met at a dinner engagement at the Kalness home. The daughter had invited to dinner her .Xunt Xmy, her Lfnclc jim Lawrence. and the Goodriches all of whom were of high social rank. Mr. Iialness humiliated his family hefore these people. ordering his daughter's fiance out of the house. Mrs. lialness retaliated the next evening hy having' the house ner. This incident brought Hearted llerhertf' The cast was as follows H erhert li alness .,,. Robert lialness .,,,,, lilizaheth Iialness . Herhert Iialness, ,I r Martha .ttt..tt...t,,,,li,, Mice lialness ,...,Y,w, .Xndrew Goodrich . .Xiny l,awrence ,t,,,, lim Lawrence t,,, Mrs. Goodrich Klr. Goodrich Mrs. Havens t,,. Mr. Havens ..,, , in a mess when he hrouifht ll customer home to din- bu some light to his eyes. and he hecame really "Hug ,, lfl'l'IIlll'I!l .tlilcrlz l?vll'i1'f Howell Ii!Il'f7tII'tI 4l7n1'1'1'.v John Cl1'O1l.Vt' l'f1frif'1'f1 Elznvr Peggy .lffgvv Hvnrrx' xflll7'l'I'SOIl l'1'rgi11io Sfclzl ROIvc1'l Coon' IIIOITIIFK' Cll'lYfl!!IIl'lIlf Dc1t'1'f1' CifIf7l'f4'1'S flltlfvl' Ltllllijl' l'rm'II0rlz.v Philip ClI'fff!'lItfl'II 70 The SYLVAN in The Washington Trip Amid last good-byes. chatter, and laughter, the train bearing the seniors to the capital chugged out of Edgewood station at nine thirty-live the morning of .-Xpril 10, 1936. The first events of the trip occurred when some curious members of the party made an inspection tour of the train from the baggage car to the observation platform. for which they were severely reprimanded by the conductor. Others kept things quite lively in the coach by playing popular songs on a phonograph supplied by Barbara Morris. Upon arriving in Harrisburg, the seniors made their first stop at the Edu- cational Building. The huge forum where educational meetings are held is a most impressive place, and it is considered a marvel of modern architecture. In the forum under a ceiling of brilliant stars showing the entire universe, constellations, planets, and other heavenly bodies were pointed out. The twenty-two hundred pound curtain was then demonstrated. It was draped in many fashions by power from a huge electric motor. The State Capitol was the next building which the class visited. Here, too. Hne points of the architecture were pointed out. Then came an hour in which the sight-seers were free to do as they pleased. lt was during this time that the trip's "mascots," two rabbits and two ducks. were purchased. When the seniors reached their destination, VVashington, at nine o'clock, there was more excitement. The class was met at the station by Thomas, Sophie, and Betty Knox, former Edgewoodites. At the hotel the seniors had a brief interlude for unpacking and exploringg then out again "to look over the town." Saturday morning. after a night's sleep cut considerably shorter than the amount they could have used, the class visited the United States bureau of Print- ing and Engraving. From there they went to the Pan American Building where their pictures were takeng then on to the capitol building. Many of them underf took the task of climbing up the huge dome at the top. Another delicious meal at the hotel was next on the schedule. and immediately afterward the bus left for Mount Vernon. Christ's Church. which is still in usa: and was being prepared for Easter services. was visited on the way to Mt. Vern- on. Seemingly hundreds of other interesting spots were pointed out to the class. The Congressional Library with its old manuscripts and huge reading and refer- ence rooms was the only stop made on the return trip to the hotel. 71 o-lThe SYLVAN That night very little rest was gotten but, at least, a good time was had by everyone. ln the morning all were aroused for the Annapolis trip. And say- -- did one ever see the effect of uniformed men on the female half of a party? lt became embarrassing when the bus driver was mistaken for a midshipman. how- ever. The zoo, the Arlington National Cemetery, the home of Robert li. Lee. the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. and the Lincoln Memorial were visited in the afternoon. Very few had dinner at the hotel Sunday night because they wanted to have a last look at the city, but it is said that the meal was really delicious. Off once again for a last "rampage," the party disbanded until ten o'clock when they met at the hotel. Into the bus they climbed. reluctantly. and. as they drove through the city, they bade it a final farewell. The observation car was the rendezvous for most of the class, once settled on the train. Although no complaints were heard from them, it is said that many other passengers had a trying night on account of the singing and the disappear- ance of clothes. The boys' end of the pullman was a source of consternation several times, particularly when they freed the ducks and "shooed" them up the aisle. Then. after another next-to-sleepless night. the seniors were returned. safe and unharmed, to Edgewood at seven forty-six. O 72 UQ? Q in BSS llaek RowJl'1sbenshade, Thompson, Thunhurst, Walton, Anderson. ltliehael, McCul- lough. Third Rowfldckett, VanKt-nnen. U'lJonnell. McDowell, Good, Long, T. Rogers, H. Rogers, Moore. Second Row-McDowell, Crouse, Daley, XVilson, Bailey, Leavenworth, Shirley. Front Row-liohr, Shaffer, Douglas, T-Iig'ginb0ttom. Mt-Connell. Linderinan, tlarlmarli. Football 1935 Roouizizs VVILSON Captain RICIIARIJ .XIKEN .,,l.. Maizagw' XX',xi.TE1: li. l,lt'KlET'l' ..,, Condi liarly in September, the football squad started to train for what they hoped would he a successful season. There were nine letter-men upon whom Coach Pickett could depend. and the team was heavier than it had heen for several years. In November. this same squad looked hack on a successful season. Of the eight games played, five were victories, two were defeats. and one was a tie. Cllassport. one of the teams which showed its superiority. ended its season as Class li co- champion, while the other team, i-Xspinwall, was not defeated and was not scored upon all season. The hue record for Edgewood was accomplished in spite of the numerous injuries which occurred throughout the season. The regular season started by lidgewoods defeating Verona. l9+0. This game gave the team great satisfaction for it evcned up for the lS-7 defeat of the year hefore. , The following Friday. October -l, the team took a lmus ride to Sewicldey. ,Xfter a hard fought game, Edgewood was lucky to emerge with a scoreless tie. Friday, Uctoher ll. Glassport visited Koenig Field. It had heen raining all day and the held was a sea of mud. For three quarters the Maroon and Vtihite was on even terms with the defending Class li champions. hut, in the latter part of the fourth quarter, Glassport pulled two very good plays and scored twice. 75 The SYLVAN-:-' L1 The SYLVAN A week later, the team took another bus trip. This ride was more disastrous than the previous bus ride, for a powerful Aspinwall eleven scored at will. They threw passes, kicked a field goal, and made five' touchdowns. The final score was 35-0. By the next Friday, Edgewood had pulled itself together and showed con- siderable strength in scoring three touchdowns to overpower a strong East Mc- Keesport eleven. Mars was the next visitor to Koenig Field and also the next victim of the now powerful Edgewood team. In this game the second team saw plenty of action and performed nobly. The game ended 39-O. The next game was played on the home field with Clark High School. This game was fast and hard fought, with Edgewood outplaying and outscoring its opponent by nineteen points. On November 15, Edgewood brought its football season to a successful close by defeating Millvale. This game proved to he one of the most interesting games of the season. The Maroon and Wliite was able to push over one touchdown in the first quarter. Late in the second quarter, Millvale started a beautiful passing attack and marched almost to a touchdown, but Edgewood was able to keep them from scoring. This game showed a powerful Edgewood team and a very clever passing attack by Millvale. The Millvale team mixed laterals and forwards, a type of play which kept the game exciting from start to finish. The only scoring was that done by Captain Wilsoli of Edgewood in the first quarter. Therefore, the Edgewood football season closed with a 7-0 victory. The letter-men for the season were Rodgers Wilson, captain, joseph West, James Vffalton, Edgar Moore, Leonard Shirley, John Crouse, Robert Good, James O'Neil, Henry Anderson, VVilliam Bailey, John McDowell, Frank Daley, Harold Rogers. Gilbert Long. VVilliam Leavenworth, and Richard Aiken, manager. Of these, twelve were from the class of 1936, three from the class of 1937, and one from the class of 1938. Team Record Sept. 27-Edgewood 19 ...,,..,.. ......,.. V erona ....... Oct. 4-Edgewood O ,.....,.. ......,. . Sewickley ,.,, Oct. ll-Edgewood 0 .......... ......... G lassport .,.........,.. Oct, 18-Edgewood O ..,....... .,....... A spinwall ............ Oct, 25-Edgewood 18 ,,....,,.. ......... E ast Mcfieesport Nov. 1-Edgewood 39 .......r.. ........ . Mars .................... Nov. 8-Edgewood 19 .......... ......... C lark ...... Nov. I 5-Edgewood 7 Totals ............ 102 .,,,.....Millvale ,,,,,,,.Opponents 76 Left to Right-Hamilton, B. Linderman, Burt, Rogers, Anderson, Skillington. Michael, Walton, Good, D, Linderman, Pickett. Basketball 1935-36 james XVALToN ...,AA.,. , Captain VVILLIAM HAMII,TON ..... ..... 1 llaizagrr XVALTER li. PICKETT ....., ..,. C' oarlz This year's basketball team fared much better than last year's team. This season Edgewood was placed in Section XT, a Class li section. The sectional race was very close with Edgewood and Leetsdale the leading contenders. The sec- tional championship was not decided until the last game when Leetsdale defeated Edgewood. The most exciting game was that played with Avalon. This game went through three extra periods with Michael making a Held goal as the third extra period ended. Probably the toughest game to lose was that played with Swissvale. The Maroon and VVhite had a fifteen point lead late in the third quarter, but Swissvale found the basket and reduced the lead. VVith only Fifteen seconds to play, Edge- wood still had a one point advantage, but Swissvale made two free throws. These points gave them the lead and also the game. Une of the brightest spots was the victory over VVilkinsburg. This game was 77 The SYL VAN close and a hard one to win, but. after a tight defensive game, Edgewood held a four point lead. The team won ten of its eighteen games and finished second in its section The scoring was done largely by Robert Michael who made 153 points or an aver age of 8.5 points per game. Charles Skillington and Robert Linderman took sec ond and third places in scoring, respectively, with averages of 6.0 and of 5 56 points per game. The letter-men were James Walton, captain, Henry Anderson, Robert Good Richard Linderman, Robert Linderman, Charles Skillington, Williani Burt Robert Michael, Theodore Rogers, Williain Hamilton, Manager, and Kirk Col bert, cheerleader. Of these, eight are from the class of 1936, two from the clas of 1937, and one from the class of 1938. Dec. 10-Edgewood Dec. 13-Edgewood Dec. 17--Edgewood Dec. 20-Edgewood Jan. 7-Edgewood Han. 10-Edgewood Han. 14-Edgewood xfjan 17-Edgewood xxxfjan. 21-Edgewood Wlan. 24-Edgewood Jan. Z8-Edgewood Feb 4-Edgewood 'K Feb 7-Edgewood "Feb l 1-Edgewood 1"Feb 14-Edgewood 1"Feb 18--Edgewood ,'fFeb 21-Edgewood Mar. 3-Edgewood 31 30 20 17 18 27 34 Z3 39 9 30 22 28 27 23 22 15 46 'F League games. x overtime period. Team Record Verona , .... .........,...... .... 2 2 4 Neville Township ..,..... 5 ' 37 Swyssvale ...................... ........-Sewickley 29 .........Ben Avon 29 Alumni ......... ..... . 19 .VVilkinsburg ..... ...... 1 4 Bellevue .....,,, ..,,,, 1 9 Avalon ....,... ...... 3 7 Leetsdale ....... ...... 3 0 Swissvale ..... ...... 3 l VVilkinsburg ..... ...... 2 9 Bellevue ........ ...... 2 0 Sewickley ..,.. ...... 1 9 Ben Avon ..... ....... 1 9 Avalon .................. ...... 2 5 Leetsdale ....... ................ 3 1 Neville Township ........ 27 xxx three overtime periods The SYLVAN x lilltnli R11wgGe11'l1z11'k, i1'o11ll11ci1s, Juhzinssorl, C1'ai1.:hez1cl, Amin-rson, Griffiths, Miss Cnopvlx XY2lllKfAl1ll!'l1, SlJl'll'lgf'l', I.vhma11, St-hropp, Gibsuu, Stoc Aiiildlv liUNV'.Xll4-'ll, l"?ll'lllHl', Simpson. ICIIUPT, Hamill, l'1'a.ighw1d, lS1'oW11. Slut-um. XYz1lki11s. Megvs, iiuwthe-rs. Hsmvy. Front Row-Hewitt, Strathearn. Voters, Honey, Daley, Burke, Horne. Long, Patterson, Spm111+11'. Horst. Girls' Athletic Association Members of the Cabinet k. OFFICERS l':I.IZ.'XHif'I'Il lil'RKli ,,.....,,,.,,.. ,,,,.,., i.,,,,,,,,. I J 1'z'.vir1'c'11I BETTY 'l1xN1z Ruxm l'1'1'f P1'l'.YIiffCIIf .X12NIiS IJAIJEY , .N ,H .qfFVCfHVj l'iET'I'Y Houma ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , , T1'1'11,1'111'01' CLASS REPRESENTATIVES I:lUl'L'1lCL' Craigliczicl, l'lllll'UllCC Rmlcy ,,,,.,,..,. .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,.. S Q 11ior Rc11rcsc11tatiVCs Patricia Spomier, Barbara i3row11 .,,,..... i,,...,,,,,. J 1111ior Reprvsc11tativeS I'a111i11c Xvilll Kc1111c11, june A,11rlers1111 ,,,,, ...... S 11pl1o111c11'e Rt'13TCSLxlliZlliX'CS ,l1+SC1Jl1i11L' ,lf1l12111ss1111. l3la11rl1e Peters ,,,,..i...,.,,,,.,, ....,,,, I "rt-sl1111a11 Ro11rese'11tatives SPORT HEADS Yi1'gi11i11 Stratl1cz1r11 JCZ111 .'XllCll lit-tty Hwwitt Rl21ClLxllllL' Stuck Klzirgzirct Gibs1111 lfluz1111 11' Si111pso11 l-11is l.c111g' ,lane .X11clcrso11 ixllllil Klziric H111 l'3:11'l1z11'z1 Mem-6 llclvai l,-I'I1iQlit'ZlKl Mary l.1111isc I'r11cllucl1s jp-2111 l,1111isc Ifz1r111cr Oneta XVatki11s Mzirjurie SlJI'illQ,'E'i' l'at1'fc':1 Iil111c1' 'st ixllllil Maw Pt-tcrs Mary Sl11c11111 ,lL'Zlll Sshropp 'I'l1cI111:1 Cillfllilfli 79 Helen l.el1111z111 iivelyn fil'OllIllLlS Hvlen XYoutl Iilwisu Lzlwtlicrfa Rachel firiiiitlls jane l3z1ttcrso11 Mzirian Hamill iilcanor L'revl111a11 The SYLVAN As the Girls' Athletic Association entered its fourth year in the school, many changes occurred, the main one being the change of instructors. Although Miss Cooper entered Edgewood in February of last year, this is the first year that she has been responsible for initiating the yearly activities of the G. A. A. The point system for determining awards was also changed. Instead of 3 winning team receiving one hundred points for a sport, the score has been reduced to liity. The runners-up were cut from iifty to thirty-five. This, of course, was do11e to make it ne- cessary for a girl to work harder to receive an award at the end of the year. To keep things evened up, the tournaments were also changed in order that more games be played to make it easier to obtain the necsssary points. "Round-Robin" tourn- aments became the regular kind with each of the eight color teams playing the other seven in each tournament. Even with these changes, however, the G. A. A. has had a peDDy and a successful year. I During the year, the association held a cook-out, a marshmallow roast, and a swim ming party, all of which were well supported and were hailed as grand successes. 9 Hockey Tournament Hockey, the latest addition in girls' sports in Edgewood, was perhaps the most enthusiastically received sport of all this year. The strange thing about this is that the practice games were held at 7:00 o'clock in the morning. Many a brisk October morning, girls, Cclad in anything from shorts to ski suitsj could be seen sprinting down to Koenig field. To the extreme dismay of the upper classmen, the freshmen won the finals of the hockey tournament. 9 Volley Ball Tournament The volley ball tournament, held in the late fall, was very interesting. The Round Robin type of tournament was introduced and was well received. All the teams were given an opportunity to play more games. In this contest, the Senior Oranges nnally came out on top. 9 Basketball Tournament As always, basketball was hailed as the best sport. the hardest and the most exciting of the year. The basketball tournament started after Christmas and was carried on into March. Bcause of the fact that each team had many different games to play, more girls were given an opportunity to earn points. The tourna- ment was won by the Senior Purples. 80 The SYLVAN :-...ze Tennis, Archery, and Mushball Tournaments On account of the early cold weather, the tennis tournament was never finish- ed. Both the doubles and singles are yet to be completed. At the first opportunity these games will be played. The archery tournament will also be carried on as soon as the weather per- mits. It has not yet been decided whether there will be a mushball tournament. This sport, like tennis, will be played later in the spring. High School Funny Paper Washington Tubbs ....... w...... l DeWitt Howell joe Palooka .....,.c.... ................ J oe West Ella Cinders t....... ..t...,.. I .illian Wark Boots .,.. t,,...... Hawkshaw .....,...,. Maj or Hoople ........ Henry ,.....,....,.... Popeye ....i.......,......., Tillie the Toiler ........ ..........Betty Rockwell ....,..Henry Anderson ....,....William Charters .i,.....Robinson Nichols ..,..,,.....Rodgers Wilson ..........Harriett Kingsland Wimpy ................aa... .........,.. . ...lim Whittum W easelpuss ................. ......... I ack Wightman Katzenjammer Kids .......,. .,,,,,,, L inderman Twins Annabelle ........,,-......... ....,................ P atricia Elmer Alley Oop 3: Foozy ....... Rogers and B. Burt Bim Gump .--.,.f--.---.V....... ................ G eorge Davison Little Orphan Annie ......, ,,,,,,, P an-iqia Spooner Winnie Winkle .,.....,...... ,,,,,,,,., . Jean Meygg' The SYLVAN Who's Who BOYS ELECTED BY THE GIRLS Most Popular .........,v.........,V..,..A.............,......w......v,................,............ You win, "Hank," but Leonard was quite a rival. Best Dancer ............................................................................ Henry and Bill Charters sure can swing it. Best Looking ........,.......,..........,..................v............................. It must he that red hair, and just a "freshie,' too. Biggest Line ,.,..,...,.,t...,.....................,.......,.......,...,......... Can "Ducky" and Lee Shaffer hand it out? Nicest Smile ......,..........,......,............,... That indescribable something! Best-All-Round ..........,..........,........,..........,.,.. Again Leonard was a close second. Best Athlete .iii........,..ww..........i...............,.........,..................... Roddy and Bob Linderman must eat "Wheaties". Best Personality .. Dick and Frank Daley sure have "it". Classiest ...,..........,..,...uv...i,.,.......................,,........,..,...........,,...... .A He and Shaffer seem to have that certain "sumpin'." Most StllCll0l1S , A....,......................,.,.........,.,..........l.. ...,. A lust a walk-away. Congratulations, john. QL11CtCSt .......,...........,.....,..........................,.....................,...i So you won't talk, huh? Maybe it pays, though. Biggest Flirt ,...c,w. Jack and that "freshie" Harry Thompson. Most Talkatlve .....i................. VVhat a gift of gah! Greatest Pessimist 'T just a "worry-wart". 31 N, , Greatest Optimist ....................................., ..... Did you ever see "Ducky" worry? 82 Henry Anderson Henry Anderson . Bill Thunhurst ,lack Crouse Frank Daley Henry Anderson Rod VVilson Dick Linderman .lack Bateman .lohn McDowell .lolm McDowell ,lack Lohi' jack Crouse so jack Bateman jack Crouse The SYLVAN it Who's Who GIRLS ELECTED BY THE BOYS Most Likeable ,,.......,.,................................,.....,.............,, ...........,... . .. t. Betty Coulson A close race with Flossie. Most Popular ........................,... ,.... l Betty Coulson Gee, joe's lucky. Most Cheerful ,,...........,.,...........,,..,.............,.... .,..... H ftrriett Kingsland Always smiling, especially at Dick. Classiest ,,,,,.,,,,,,.......,..Y...........,............,... .,,... N ancy Hiles and Helen Mae Johns .-X snappy pair and a flashy tie. Best Looking ..............,.....,..e........ ...... C aclflie Lou Kinzer No blondes these days! Best Dancer ..........,,.,.........,.....................,..... Nancy Hiles May I have number three, please? Most Stuclious .........,.............................. ....... E leanor Simpson Silent and sagacious. VVittiest ,...,................,...,.. .,... D orothea Weber Oh. that grin! Best-All-Round ................................ ....,. B etty Coulson She and her sister have "it", Most Likely to Succeed ......V....................,. ......... J ean Meyer and Elinor Kistler Another tie, but a successful one. Most Generous ...........,.............. ..,..., B arbara Morris Peggy a close second. MOSI C0u1'te0l1S ........................ .,..... F lorence Craighead Pleasant, petite. polite. MOSt Dignified ...................... ,..,. E linor WeilJel A model of decorum. Biggest Flirt ............................................................ ...... H elen Mae Johns XVily, wilful, and Winsome-beware boys. Most Compatible ...... ..,w.,,,..,.. , .A Y Peggy Megee A real pal ! 83 The SYLVAN Sept. 10 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. I9 Calendar Eminent Events of Edgewood High SENSATIONAL SEPTEMBER SEQUENCES VVe're back to the old brain factory, beautifully tanned, happy, and eager to start Clittle did we knowj. The G. A. A. starts off the most active year in its existence with a bang-up cook-out up on top of the hill. Several lovely new frying pans do the disappearing act. "I-Iey! Hey! Wl1ere's our banner? I thought we made an agree- ment with those silly kids in Miss Piersol's room." Somehow Qwe wonderj the banner gets back to its old place by the end of the week. First he whispers, then he shouts, but we bound out of bed at six o'clock when we realize it's the first morning practice for that exciting innovation-girls' hockey. Sept. 19 Sept. 27 Oct. l Oct. 9 "Have you seen all the pop in Hammy's car?" It's the freshman- senior weiner roast, with the freshies getting away without doing a thing except cutting down a few trees. "Will the boys go All-American on us ?" This was the big question after we beat Verona 19-O at our first football game. OCCASIONAL OCTOBER OCCURRENCES Senior class president. Leonard Shirley, leads our first regular chapel- a good, old-fashioned school sing. VVhat more need be said? A balmy night-a harvest moon-a campfire-a G. A. A, marshmallow toast. VVhat could be better? 84 Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. NDV Nov Nov Nov. Nov Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. The SYLVAN 2-p We're pretty brave to squish around in the mud down at the field at the Glassport game for dear old E. H. S. But the players are even braver. They receive orders after the defeat to take showers com- pletely attired, and why not? On the bus going out to the game, someone starts every one on the team to saying "Rasmatas" every few minutes. Can that account for the score of Edgewood O-Aspinwall35? We hear that the team gets inspired regularly after practice and games. How? The locker room trio, Henry, Rod and Babe do some tall har- monizing to such tunes as "Cheek to Cheek." Even if Bob Linderman does get knocked out. we manage to take over East McKeesport 19-0. NONSENSICAL NOVEMBER NOTES It seems a shame to mutilate the poor men from Mars like this. The score is Edgewood 39-Mars O. - The new girl, Patti Gene Baldrige, whom we've heard so much about, sings in chapel and shows us that she has a grand voice. Margie Hill and Anna Marie Horst do very Well on the piano and accordian, re- spectively. "VVhat happened to Ducky P" were the words on everyone's lips after the somewhat free-for-all game with Clark. Score, Edgewood 19- Clark 6. We wonder if the great unpopularity of the boys on the team all day had any effect on our winning our last game 7-0 from Millvale. Any way we know that many seldom opened E. H. S. windows were flung free for the breezes, and not because of the heat. 19-Doesn't DeVVitt look cute in an apron, though? Miss Stewart puts on the play, "The Professor Deceives," with an able cast. The Art Club breaks over and tries something new. A tea-dance for the football team. Well, anyway, the punch was good. It's Mark Twain day, and we are entertained in chapel by an original play by Mrs. T. C. Davidson. A new game called "Monopoly" seems to be becoming the current rage. DISTINCTIVE DECEMBER DAYS Dr. Spencer, president of P. C. W., gives a very cdifying talk in chapel. The "Personalities in Rhythm," swing it to Leroy Shatl'er's baton in assembly. Oh, for a dance floor! I guess we can show Neville Township a thing or two. Our second undefeated basketball game climaxes in a score of 30-5. Our football heroes stand on the platform like movie idols fnot in the least embarrassedj while Mr. Pickett awards the football letters. Well, even if the score of the Swissvale game is 20-37, we held them off in the first quarter. 85 The SYLVAN Dec. 17 Dec. Dec jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Ian. jan. Feb. Feb. Feb Feb Feb Feb Jim Whittum seems to have a monopoly on the newest thing in musical emblems. How do you like it? The girls' glee club walks impressively up the aisle while singing. "Oh Come, All Ye Faithful." The only trouble is that someone forgot to turn out the lights. "The Enchanted Christmas Treel' is also presented, with the added at- traction of much artificial snow. The senior class is the first class to put on the "Alumni Dance" at the club. How're we doin'? JOLLY JARGON ABOUT JANUARY Wheel! We beat Wilkinsburg! That's going down in history. The score is 18-14, favor of us. The world's champion typist pulls a fast one while zipping away at 135 words a minute. Wow! Despite the fact that Mike and Skilly are put out on fouls, we take Bellevue over to the tune of 27-19. Ben Avon beats us 23--29. It must be because Bob Linderman got knocked out. We find out many interesting facts about the lives of the late King George and King Edward from Dr. Moser in chapel. Loud were the screams and broken the bleachers in E. H. S. gym dur- ing the most exciting game of the year, the one with Avalon. After three extra quarters and a near-light, we won by two points. Something new and different in the chapel program line! We have an amateur program with none other than our own Kirk Colbert as master of ceremonies. Mercury hits 20 below. Much scarf and earmulf seen. Brrr. Our amateur show is twins! After much holding of cards over heads. Jean Swope is picked as winner for her imitations. She shows the high school students up by walking away with the prize of 31.00. FAMOUS FEBRUARY FUNCTIONS The "Penny a Pound" dance at the club. Well, the boys brought it upon themselves. After weeks of practice and loads of fun, the operetta, "Tune In." is presented. Despite all miserable forecasts and rehearsals. it was pretty much of a success. The seniors have a chapel spelling bee. No wonder we can't spell the word when the first person that spelled it wrong was right. You just can't keep a good team from winning all the games. We beat Bellevue again, this time 28-20. Maybe the Townsend Plan isnlt so wonderful after all. Mr. Craig explains the fine points. It's St. Valentines day so Mrs. Morrison and Mrs. Davidson sing appropriate songs in chapel. Vile top the day off beautifully by beating Ben Avon 23m19. The "Valentine F1'olic" is put on by the different clubs sponsored by the Student Council. Letting outsiders in goes over big. 86 The SYLVAN .24-0 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Mar. 3 Mar 6 Mar 10 Mar 13 Mar 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 26 Apr. 3 Apr. 10 Apr. 14 Apr. 17 Apr. 21 Apr. 21 After the Avalon fshj game, a full course dinner is given by Mr. Pickett to the boys on the team. Gammons gets the break. With the championship right at our finger tips we lose it to Leetsdale by a score of 15-31. An Edgewood alumnus, Duncan Morgan, tells us in assembly of Edge- wood "way back when." MINGLING MARCH WITH MEMORIES just by way of consolation, we played Neville Township, our post- poned game, and the score was Edgewood 46, Neville Township 27. A really interesting movie in chapel! It is put bn by Westinghouse and enjoyed by all. Chester VVallace returns! He reads us another interesting play and tells us that we're his favorite audience. Edgewood invades the Chatterbox! Oh, that Ish Kabibble. Our girl scouts give us a play with a name that nobody can pronounce, "Rumplestilskin." The girls all sit up and take notice when a state highway patrolman talks to us on "Safety." Goodness, what a scarcity of seniors at school this afternoon. Say, look at Elsie rounding the corner of the grade school in an awful hurry. What's up? The worst flood since Noah, and we shouldn't see it? Come on, letls go. f School is dismissed on account of high waters and no electricity. A two days' holiday is going to come in handy right nowi-L Event though we're back at it, the flood puts a damper on all such things as chapel speakers and football-basketball banquets. AMUSING APRIL ACTIVITIES People are really crowding into the auditorium and it's only eight o'clock. The senior class actually puts over with a loud bang their play, "Big Hearted Herbert." VVhat with ducks swimming around in the wash room basin, and the night club, "La Paree," not to mention cute taxicab drivers, the seniors this year come home with millions of pictures and stories about the most hilarious and wonderful Washington trip ever. Are our eyes deceiving us, or do those dogs really know that Jack Featherstone has on a blue tie and that 12 x 8 -2 96. In chapel, Swissvale crashes through with a very amusing program for us Cmuch though we hate to admit it.j People can actually do a dance and play the accordion at the same time. The eighth grade Cdraniaticallyl shows us in chapel that to get any- where we must W-O-R-K. The lucky seniors get free tickets to the University of Pennsylvania's Masque and VV ig show. Never let it be said that the second balcony didn't enjoy to the utmost the smooth songs and snappy dances of !'Red Rhumbaf' 87 gl The SYLVAN MERRY MAY MEMORIES May 1 With the moon brightly shining over a romantic Miami landscape, sweet fluffy girls and their white-Hannelled escorts swing it through a lovely prom. May 8 Miss Cooper, via some gymnastic young Edgewoodites, presents in chapel "The Evolution of Physical Training." May 9 Those who remember to turn the radio on get an inkling of how well Edgewood musicians sound with the help of several thousand other people. The music festival at Syria Mosque is thoroughly enjoyed by audience and performers. H May- 14 At last the long proposed football-basketball ban- quet comes into being. Pitt's coach, Carlson, gives us a few much- needed pointers. l5 "VVhy do people insist on diving just where I'm swimming?" Many lish- inclined Edgewood stu- dents splash about in the Wlebster Hall pool at the ever-active G. A. :Xfs swimming party. THE .ICJYS OF JUNE .Tune- 4 VVith the auditorium look- ing very funny with the juniors in the senior's place. and with the usual banner-exchanging cere- mony, the seniors are in- formally dismissed from their high-school days, 7 Baccalaureate proves to be a really inspiring ser- vice to the somewhat pensive seniors. june 9 Schools over! but the seniors aren't sure they are quite so hilarious as usual about it. During the singing of the alma mater at graduation, a few snillfs are heard coming from the general direction of the sophisticated seniors. XYe never thought we'd be so impressed4-and sorry. 88 H UNOR I E ..w. The SYLVAN ll "P 'r Wu COMPLIMENTS Union Switch SL Signal Co. Westinghouse Airbrake Co. t 91 The SYLVAN -::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::0::: - J. C. MURRAY 8 SON CG. 5th Floor, Chamber of Commerce Building PITTSBURGH Residence-310 Maple Avenue, Edgewood INSURANCE BROKERS Celebrities Kate Smith ........ ,.... k Terry Yarnall Major Bowes ............i,,e ....ei. K irk Colbert Jeannette McDonald ....... ,l.....,.., N ancy Hiles Mae VVest .......,.,....... Kay Kyser Rubinoff ...,.l....... Beetle X Bottle ........ joe Penner ..,,....Y, Helen May johns Lee Shaffer Joe Gerasia JXikeu K Bateman jack Crouse Compliments of VINCENT MARUCCIO'S SHOE REPAIRING 121 EDGEWOOD AVE Everybody Says- Faller's For Fine Furniture 707 PENN AVENUE WILKINSBURG The SYLVAN ::::::::::'-:::: -:-:Q They're New Van's Golden Fluff ,: DO-NUTS I. Fresh! Absolutely! 1+ They're Still Hot! .Q Something different in a Do-Nut I' Come in and see them made 11 in our new automatic machine in y 1 Van s Markets :g Wilkinsburg's Complete Food Store 1: 720 Penn Avenue Cnurehiu 1580 E: P J Hunter Saw and Machine Co. Manufacturers of METAL CUTTING SAWS 57th and Butler Street Pittsburgh, Pa. T Shaler Kr Crawford, Inc. if 146 Union Trust Building E: it it GUILDCRAFT DISPENSING OPTICIANS Pittsburgh, Pa. You Will Find GASOLINE GUS At the Leader Service Station, lnc. Located Cor. Braddock, West Swissvale and Monongahela Avenues Edgewood Miss Ayers: "Have you handed in your excuse for last Wed11eSday?" Anna Mae Peters: "I think so. Can't you End it?" Miss Ayers: "Doesn't seem to be around." Anna Mae Peters: "Maybe I better write another one." 0 .'Xllllll1lLlS-'6VVl'121t is your definition of heaven ?" Second A-"Dancing cheek to cheekf' - -1 in ir I . 'I Compliments Ig I of the lg Delta Phi Sorority in --A ----J Wilkinsburg, Pa. PEnhurst 7821 SOL'S STORES Auto Supplies-Parts Sporting Goods-Radios 731 PENN AVENUE lr L-:::: ::::::::::::::::::: -::: 93 .Li- .L-l The SYLVAN Mr. Cl'4Il1SC--nxxvllilt are thc siluilzlrilies of zmiululs and ll1Zl4l?.' VVilliz1m Hzliley-"NIE-ll, the female pursues the mz,l4:." "The Dutch were Zlflilifl of zmothei' QIffIXl1I!t'l'4I!I'4' 4'luz,ssz1c1'eI." ::: - -::.-:':::- 9. ...... - -... ,--- -AA- Compliments A FRIEND ::0::: - - A -::::, :::04-04-.:::: 4 as :V 4 4 4 00 Q r- rn -: I 2: 9' 4 4 Io -- 4, 4, E11 o 4, Q 2 '11 UQ ue' 4 4 D- 0 4, 'I ri 5' E: fp I ur? Fl , 4, 1' I3 P? 2 4 4, 5 3 Z 4, 4' 5 'D Q 4, 4, 0 A O K 4, ' G A S Q 'I 4, D' "I 'I ' I gn W 'V Q.. 4, m D' G 4, ' E rr 2 U3 4 'In 'I I .1 ' fp C W 0 , ,., 3 5, UQ' III Q B1 4, ,,, 3 ,4 4, 5- ra CD 4, '-' O 4, I ,... CD ,-- ',3 m 1-A. Ll D. IJ' , : H :I gg ,., Q gg 4 ,AI ,-. po F1 'I , UQ E m 5 4 gr 3 C 4, ' 5 as - I 'H 'C-1' 4 m 0 C5 5 ' E 5 O '-' ' 4 ,-- I3 I-I I 1 I Pj D. 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PHONE: Pe. 5585 At. 2800 Pe. 0102 400- - - A :::4::: +::: r ln 'r lr :r r 'u 'I ln 'P 'r A ::o00:: :- S S is for E is for N is for I is for O is for R is for A is for L is for P IS for H is for A is for B is for E is for T is for enior Alphabet Shirley-the senior class leader Elsie-for cheer you canlt beat her Nancy-Ruth's dearest friend is she Interest--plenty of it have we OlNeil-he's a football player Rockwell-chief of Eclgecator Aiken-the senior play's great star Linderman-+it's twins that they are Patricia-she's a charming lass Hamilton-worker of the class Anderson-Editor they say Burke-President of the G. A. A. Elizabeth-three have we Thelma-from the famed family 95 4-0,,.,..,s,,-0-c,-,-,,,,,, lTl'Ie SYLVAN mfbnmplrtr Hunt lihurniinn By gaining knowledge that will Ht you for responsibil- ities that will be yours at some future time. O 9 - . 3' This information can be attained by your willingness to set aside fear, superstition and sensitiveness and investigate before you face this re- sponsibility. A Nook A Visit to our FUNERAL HOME Will acquaint you with its advantages. 0 We will be glad to point out a line of action that will be Family Room valuable when needed. Mun unrral Established 1895 TEL. CH, 0836 WILKINSBURG 733 ROSS AVE. - -::::::::::::::::::: -:::::::::::::::::::::.'::: ::::::::::.','::::: 96 00,400 H 111 P""""""' I 'I 4 4 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 4 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 4 4 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 I I 'I 'I 'I I I 4 4 4 4 J -'I 4 4 'I 'I 'I I The SYLVAN :::::::::::::::::::::::::::f4 r::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: TI TI I I EDGEWO0D MOTOR C0. gf Beach's Grocery G,C,BACKHOFER K ff nw s BRADDOCK AVENUE 4, 4, EDGEW on . 125-127 Edgewood Avenue Ei O ' PA I u -H1 , .. . . 'r i Gas .. ACCCSSOIICS If Best In Groceries l 4+ 44 . Tires I1 11 at Reasonable Prices ..AAA ..1. A -- ::: ::: A' :::' ' ' ::::::::"P F:::' ' ::::::::::::::::::::::: 4, 4, 1 I s Ph0ne-PE- 5603 gf gf McCullough Whitfield 4, 4 '4 I Silver Salon 5, 5, Hardware Coniprmy 4, 1, Wood and Penn Ave., Wrlkmsburg, Pa P Beauty Culture Q4 5: 4483-Cliurchill-4484 I, II HOUSEFURNISHINGS U 'u 44 TAPPAN RANGES 113 Ed,ewood Avenue FRIGIDAIRES I I ::: -::::::::::::::::- ::::J L:::- :::::::::::::::::::::: Mr. Crouse-"How many out of the ten did you get right ?" R. Edwards-"Two.', Mr. Crouse-"How many did you try F" R. Edwards-"Six," Mr. Crouse-"Why didn't you try the rest FH R. E.-"I Hgured they were getting harder so I quit." mn,---m,----,v,,,,,,,-,, ,nn N-, ----,----- --- Edna J . Anderson INSURE Piano Instruction E: IN SURE 3 LOVES LANE EE INSURANCE 4, 4, -2- II I1 . :g :g R. L. Zlmmerman CHurchi1l 6742 Edgewood, Pa. :::,,,,,,::- ,,,,:,,,,,,,l 1,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, :, 97 The SYLVAN 4 1 4 'n 4 -::::::::::,::,::::,:::::,:::::,::::::::::,:::,::::,::::,,::::,, THE WELL-INFORMED CHOOSE ICE REFRIGERATION l Why do the well-informed choose ICE Re- ICE is the only automatic conditioned-air 1 frigeration? Here are some of the reasons: refrigeration. Over the foods entrusted to 4 A block of ICE never gets out of orderg its care, ICE conqstanctly circulatis freslg ' ICE does not dry out foods or rob foods air-moist enoug , ry enoug , co , f t t 1 ICE d t ' f tl Hav r . enough-for perfect refrigeration. Down 4 Qvitiis ICE Refriggfafiglynyocu Ceczin alwcagfs the drain from the refrigerator, LCE washes ' have plenty of ICE-pure, clear, odorless, all odors and ilnipurities. More and more 4 and tastefree-for all purposes. And ICE modern housewives are turning to ICE Re- ' costs less than other kinds of refrigeration. frigeration for dependable low cost, year- f round refrigeration. Why not you? 1 THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. 4: REFRIGERATOR DEPT. :P 5904 PENN AVE. EAST END MAyHower 2100 4' Y I LOST AND FOUND ,-XD Found: Two one dollar hills. VVill the owner please form Z1 line to the left of the office? Miss NCWINCVCI' to NV. Bailey who is fixin ' I1 lmrztcelet on Iezm l3oon's l1zu1cl- "Ancl how is her pulse today ?" ::::::::::::,,::,::::::::,::1T E,,,,,,,::,:,::::::::::::::::-2 1: ia Compliments of in I P 'I ln 0 lp Chas. G' Turner 1' :- Hutchinson Pharmac 1' 4' 4' 4' P I p I, 1, . . E 4' Pure Raw Guernsey Prescription xperts 4 and Cream "A Manny Lazear Service Store" 1: 1102 BRADDOCK AVE. 14 l R. D- NO- 1 Swissvale, Pa. WILKINSBURG, PA. Phones: CHurchill 9730-9731-5511 I 4 u l lv lr ,:::::::::::,,,::::::,::::::.5 L.:::::::::::::::,::::::::::::, J , , 1: 1: 1: Buick and Pontiac IQ I1 11 4 4 4 Wishing the Edgewood Seniors :E :E MEATS :E eVefY Success ii fl 5406 Penn Ave. East End 4, H. S' Leighton 8 CO' :E :E Phone-Montrose 5481-5482 :E 'n li ll 431 Sixth Street lf :I 810 Penn Ave. Wilkinsburg I1 4 4 BRADDOCK PENNA. gl gl HOWARD LETzKUs, Mgr. :E BRHHdywine 1146 ll ll Phone-ichurehill 3842-3843 Ig -:::,::H:,,,,,,, .... .... l l ........ -- ............. ...... I 98 The SYLVAN 1'-"-0 E:::::::::::::::,:::,::v.::,:::3 5-:::::::: -:::::::::::::::::::3 II I I I I New Regent 521011 I I Geo. F. McCartney 1, l I . I I I Experts m Han' Cutting and I fl Real Estate and Insurance Ei 1: Personal Beauty ,I ,I 1. ,I I if Shampoo and Finger Wave ..... 50c Notary Pub lc I 5: permanent ..,.., 32,50 land 'up 119 Edgewood Ave. Edgewood, Pa. I 1: 1107 BRADDOCK AVENUE Lg Ig Phones: 5: . I I1 at Hutchmsfm I I Office-PEnhurst seso :I :I Ph0rle! PE. 0467 EDGEWOOD 4: If Residence-CHurchill 5419 I: t,,,,:,,,:,,:,, -,:,,,,,,,,,,l 1L::::::::::::::::x:::::::::::3 Vxnxxxxxx xl Ixx xx xx' xx? I I' I I' I I I alter J. Yenn " 'I 'I 1: W Y I fi co1v1PL11v1ENTs EI II I I I IE JEWELER EE EE OF If QI 104 ELECTRIC AVE. I I , , I E1 EAST PITTSBURGH ll ft Chl PS1 ft I I I I II II II II I1 "Gzfts That Last" I I fl I I If I I I t,,,, ::::::,, ,,: :: :::,1 u:::, -,:::: - ::: ,::,I Mr. Crouse fto at history class which was discussing politics in the 20th centuryj : "VVhy was Theodore Roosevelt put in the oflice of Vice-President P" Very Bright Student: "Because they knew McKinley was going to die. and they wanted to have a good man to fill his place." 9 Charles Skillington and Kirk Colbert are starting a quartet. Skillington is too high and Colbert is too wide. Too and too are four. lx 'xxxxxxxxx' xx xx xl I , I Q: Sidehamer Bros. I I I I ff REGENT PHARMACY I I: 1101 S. Braddock Avenue Phone: CH. 4015 I, ,iii 1, 4, I, II EDGEWOCD PHARMACY I I 106 Swissvale Avenue Phone: CH. 2458 :I I I I xx-iii ll 3 FREE DELIVERY I: I II 4,,,,,,,:,, --:::,- --:,::::::::::::::::,:. AA -:,:,I 99 The SYLVAN :f :::::: - :::::::::::::1 Q-:::- :: 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I Edgewood it It 3, 3, Ann Nycum 1, 1, ' 1, 1, Atlantlc 11 if Beauty Shoppe 'I I 1, 1, 101 MAPLE AVENUE I P 1, 1, PEnhurst 2050 241 Edgewood Ave. CHurchi11 4703 Edgewood, Pa. ::::: ---- ::::- -:::n rff::: :::f::::::::::::::--fr EE EE 5: "We've Fitted Feet for Fifty Years" K l 8 P '7 ' CS 31' OWCI , ., WooD NEAR SOUTH 1: Wilkinsburg MEAT MARKET PENN at FRANKSTOWN 1, 1, East Liberty l I 715 WOOD STREET CH. 7245 if ll Good Shoes at Reasonable Prices I 'I 1, 1, ::::::::::::-:::: - - -::::-:::J L-:::: A--A J:-A:::: A:::: """ :I Mr. Schrock-"Talk louder, please." J. Crouse-"You mean bellow like a lion ?" Mr. Schrock-"Do you know what a bellow is ?" I. C.-"Sure, I sleep on one every night." Compliments of ,The First National Bank of Wilkinsburg " Your Community Bank " 100 - A - -:::: :::'pQfQ0,-' f-.0-.f.Q4s.ps4s0-.04-.1-f-.vsp-.asa The SYLVAN Ti-0 We take this opportunity to thank the members I of the June, 1936 graduating class of Edgewood High School for selecting us to illustrate THE SYLVAN with their portraits. We trust they will have as much pleasure in pos- sessing our portraits as we had in their making, and wish for all the class, and also those who follow, suc- cess beyond their most ardent desires. O' Irinitg Qlnurt 5-'btuhin U II tr S ? :E S ? li 0 in 'I S 'I 'I S N S 'I p li It it It 41 Makers of Trinity Prints ll N STUDIO AT 313 SIXTH AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA. ig lu N ,,::::::,:::::::::::,,,:::::,::::- ::::::::::,:,:::::::g Can You Imagine Sophisticated senior girls running out of gas? Chapel until 3135? Seniors not late from gym classes? No chemistry laboratory? Hamilton not rushing around? The Eclgecator without its gossip column? Edgar Moore in love? Joe West iII a hallet? XVillianI Charters with a new Lincoln? Various couples not in corners of the hall? jack Bateman full of pep, vim, and vigor? Kirk Colhertiancl Charles Skillington reversed in physical stature? Betty Allen missing a clay of school? The orchestra playing jazz? 101 The SYLVAN Compliments of JOHN D. HILE CO. ::- - :::::.4-::: :::.'::::: -:: - :::::: - - -:::: M. Cei:u'hzu'k Qtraiislatiug FI'C1lCl1j-uillld she glanced at him with an i1'1'itated ,, eye. Miss Lj'K711JtAEX1JlZli11 the uieaniug of this sentence." Mary G2ll'i7Zl1'k-'l'Si1C looked at him with a Sty in her eye." Phone: CHurchi11 5536 Ambulance Service S. M. Dowler FUNERAL HOME 1 8 5 6 1 9 3 6 80 Years in Edgewood F. G. 8: E. S, Craighead 159 La CROSSE AVENUE INSURANCE 305 SWISSVALE AVENUE Accident - Auto - Explosion Use of Chapel Edgewood, PH- Fire - Liability - Bonds COMPLIMENTS W, Scott OF Clover Farm Store Edgewood Barber Shop H. C. Hoffman P 'r 'r 'r in af CHurchil1 7603 320 COAL STREET Edgewood Pennsylvania 2 The SYLVAN x """"""' xx? V xxx' ' ' Ax "::xx "" A A A A COMPLIMENTS Brandywine 3400 OF Tomlinson Motor Company Delta Gamma Delta FORD lr lr SORORITY ll in 7m'fWi2ff,ii2ifAiVE' -A ,M ,,,,, mx- Irregular Verbs A La Seniors Creep crept creptecl Sly slied slied Slay slayed slayecl Bring hrang hrung Chose choosen chose Burst burst hurstecl Sling slang slung' Shake shook sliooken l.1e liecl lziifl Hardware House Furnishings Sheet Metals DEMMLER BROS. COMPANY . Wholesalers . . . Air Conditioning and Warm Air Heating 100-.108 Ross Street Tinners' Supplies PlgEl1::g2'7fiD ai -------AA------- -::0::::::::: 103 The SYLVAN E:xx:::::::::u" 'H:':::::1 Fx: ::::H:x:::' H' If EFFICIENCY .1 Ig FLUDES 'I 'r 'I Ig CLEANLINESS Ig Ig 1 1 1 if COURTESY If 11 soo Wood Sr. at South Ave. 'I 'I 'I 1, 1, 1, 1 1 1 1, Barber Shop ,1 ,1 A COMPLETE STORE ll 1, 1, for 1, PENN LINCOLN HOTEL 1, 1, M B EN AND OYS 1: Phone . . . PEnhurst 6300 I I I L,,,:,,,:,,,::::::::::::::,-::::J L:::: ::::::::::::::: A -::- r::::::::"':::::::::::::::::: -I r::::::::::: ::::::::::::: 1, 'I 'I 11 JOhnSt0n,S cHurchi11 3079 cHurchi11 2345 I, SONS fl fi 1 I 1 1 5, Dale L. Wareham 1, 1 'I 1, 'I 'I , BI R ns EYE , , Funeral Home I , 1 1 1' FROSTED ' FOODS Rebecca Avenue at Center Street :E nc-u-:In-r-orb I1 PEnhurst 3060-3001 if ii WILKINSBURGI PA' L,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- ,xg L,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Hx- SoplmomrIre-"lYl1at lllflgflllllly clirl Popeye write 7' Freshie-"l'll bite, what F" S1l1Jll0Ill1ll'C+Ul.01'l'l2l flown." 9 .fXike11: "This is the latest train l've ever seen." Billfilllilllf "YOU l1:lven't seen it yet." ::::::::::::::::,, MURDOCH-AKIN S, Inc. Oldsmobile SALES and SERVICE PEnhurst 2200 F' 'v 'I I' v1 1: lN7 1, C I 1: 'U 'I lTl I, Z 1, Z I 1: 'P' II 4 1, VU 1, Z I, C 1, 'T' it 'I 'I 1 'I :I I II 'I 'I 1 -I 2 1, F 1' x I . 1, "' 'I Z 1, cn 'I W 1: C' 1, FU 1, 0 'I 'I 'r 104 The SYLVAN JADE BEAUTE' SALON Corner Wood and Wallace Wilkinsburg, Pa. Marcelling, Finger Waving, Scalp Treatment, Facials, Manicure, Eye Arch SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENT WAVING Registered Graduate Operators Personality fHair Cut by Joseph All Service 35c CH. 9689 Hours: 9 to 65 Tuesday and Friday 9 to 9 Case Dismissed The lawyer faced the jury. "My friendsf' he sadly said, "My client did the murder, He left those women dead. "The girls worked in his office, And every time he spoke The blond replied, 'All righty' And the redhead, 'Okie-doke'. "It tried his patience sorely, It ceased to be a jokeg He strangled Miss 'All Righty' And shot Miss 'Okie-doke'. "Though, technically speaking, This might be homicide, You really should release him, For it was justified." The room was wrapped in silence, As heavy as a cloak, 'Till the jury said, "All righty," And the judge said, "Okie-dolce." 105 The SYLVAN ---- ---- ---,V--- -,::,,, Compliments of First ational Bank of Swissvale Swissvale Trust Company .lean Hill clescrihing the furnishing of at colonial mom in Oral English- Over this we put rag' rugs which her mother had hooked." O Mary Strz1tl1ea1'11+"It was zero at our house, yestcrclayf, 1'ev's-'V lJiclcsm1+"Geel 'l'lu1t's 11of!11'111." ah, J TED STEPHENS zz Florist Flowers for Everybody Near as the nearest telephone CHurchi11 5100 749 PENN AVENUE -:::::::::::::: ::: '::: :::.- - - -::::::::::::.-:::::::::: 106 The SYLVAN-- THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH IS A SYMBOL OF THE COMMUNITY'S DESIRE THAT ITS YOUTH FIND HAPPINESS AND LOYALTY AND UNDERSTANDING Kirk-"Please." Shef"No." Kirk-"Pretty please." She-UNO." Kirk--"Aw, just this once." She-"Absolutely, no." Kirk-"Ah, Mom, all the other boys are going barefoot." Question asked tyj1c"writing clzampioizv d1l7'IlIfj 4'011c'c11trati01z ies!- "How do you Spell percipitation ?" Answer-"For your information, Sonny, the word is PRECIPITATION." C. S.-"I shot a bird that was flying about 200 feet high and killed him." E. S.-"Silly, the fall would have killed hinif' Kregar 3 Co. 900 Wood Street Wilkinsburg "Where Good Foods Are Cheaper" An exclusive Food Store Selling just something to eat With a Bakery department employing Women only in our bakery. BUTTER - EGGS - CHEESE H. S. "Deac" Frech J. "Lou" Dasch PENHURST 4600 Frech 25 Dasch MEN'S WEAR 814 Wood Street Wilkinsburg QNew Locationj The SYLVAN :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 0:::9f:::::::::::::::::9 1 1 Class Rings and Commencement Invitations Caps and Gowns jf Herff-Jones Company McCarthy 8z Semon 1: 1+ THE EMBLEM COMPANY if 1+ Invites you to inspect their complete line of CLUB PINS 1' For your personal satisfaction, please defer selecting until you have our' representative call. , . D. A. ENEIX, Manager Medals and Trophies Union Trust Building, 1. Diplomas Pittsburgh, Pa. 1: 'r :::0::::::::::::::: ---- -:: : ::::::::::::::::::::: - -::::J ::- :::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::"- ::::1 i Office-PEnhurst 0793 Phone PEnhurst 9621 1+ New Realty Company, Inc. We Te1eg'a"" F1""e'S 1: Insurance - Real Estate Wood 8 WOOttOI1 II F1wzf::f2h:24z2:3zz:L'fe FLORAL SHOPPE 3, Vacant and Improved Property "Quality Flowers with Service 1 Sold-Leased-Managed that Counts" 1, 925 Wood Street, Wilkinsburg 792 PENN AVENUE C. E. Wolford Clyde L. Wolford Ovvosife Pe'm'Lif1C01n Hotel lg Reuel B. Wolford Wilkinsburg, Pa. T110 vlmlsx fx l't'tIlHlI!j 1lltYt'17l'fl1 aloud. Charters, Doualbaiu, in a sleepy tone Uvvllllt is amiss F" XYaltou, Macbeth-"You are and d0n't know it." CHurchill 5432 SUNOCO GAS KURTZ SERVICE GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING GAS :: OIL :: GREASING Only IOOWJ Sunoco Station in Edgewood Coal and Walnut EDGEWOOD, PA. "7 'I 1a 1 1 r r 'r 'r 'r 'r 'Q 'n 'n 1+ 1 1+ 'r 'r I 1 1 P 1 'I J 108 The SYLVAN 0 r:::: ::::::::::::::::::::f:::::::::::::- ':::-1 '1 it in 'P 1, 1, 1 CALDWELL Y5 GRAHAM 1 11 ll II DEPARTMENT STORE I1 '1 'I EI Corner Penn Avenue and Wood Street 1: P P 'I Phone ,I :1 CHURCHILL 0143 :1 1' Established 1889 P :E McCall Patterns Pictorial Review Patterns IL,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,, -:x:,:::::::,,:,,,,,::J Professor ftaking up examination papersj-"Wl1y put quotation marks all over this paper P" Student-"Courtesy to the man on my right, Professorf, O Bud Wills-"Didn't I get my hair cut here the last time?" Barber-"No, I've been in business only two years." 9 Waiter-"Tea or coffee ?', Helick-"Don't tell me, let me guess." O Compairison of a kiss 10 at football game. A kiss is like a forward pass. If there isn't good teamwork, the play wont go as intended, and no advance will be made. Vx: :xt ll 1, :- 1 1l 1' ll CHAS W WALMER HARDWARE CO 1 :, O 6 I . 1 :I It ,I TOOLS, CUTLERY, HOUSEWARES, II 1 1 Q: PAINTS, GLASS :E P 1 '1 1, if 716-718 PENN AVENUE Phones: PEnhurst 0487-0488-0489 1 i:::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::-f:::::::::::::::::::::::::,E 109 The SYLVAN T:-'::::::::::::::::'-':::rr A A::::: A A A:::o::::::::::o::::::: P i I Corsages Graduatzon Bouquets I g MISS E. B. MAXWELL I +I FLORIST ll I I lg Decorations Centerpzeces 5: Phones: CHurchi11 0373, 0374, 0375 P ll 812 Wood Street Wilkinsburg Pa 51 L,,:::::::::::::::: eofo :::- :::::::::ro::::- B, M.-"A girl walked into a room and clisappeareclf' W. H.-"Gee, that's a case for the police." B. M.-"Naw, the 1'acliator." O Mystery-VVhy does L. Crouse, Jr. wear lliljlllllflkl under his pants to school? O Certaiii Junior leaning out of window H. R.-IlCO111ll1g' to school today ?" C. bl.-"Nope, the folks are away." O at l2:35g"Hello. fellows." .FI"0'Illf a sofilzomvrt' book rvfvorf. This hook relates the story of Theodore Roosevelt from the crib to the ,uve lt tells how he luauagecl to become a strong healthy man from Z1 weak fllftllllf E::"u':x:u::x: Auxlxuif 7f""" """"" 1, 'n 1, ' :y J. W. Ridgeway :E COMPLIMENTS it Estate it I' 11 OF :E Meats and Poultry 1: 31 104 SWISSVALE AVENUE 11 , EDGEWOOD, PA, "Bill the Barber" 11 cnufchiu 0134 fl 1, lx, ,Nm,,,,,,,,L,,,,,,:,l i,,,,,, -L,,,L,,,,,,,,- 110 The SYLVAN :if A5 A ' r5?v'::::::::: 55'-:J ll , 1 CH 11' 5 Greetmg Cards I1 un In 16 1 1, , Office Supplies 11 Frank TIOg11OI1C 11 Dennison Goods IE Merchant Tailor K. B CLEANING 706 Wood Street lser ros' 2 12 PRESSING wilkinsbufg, Pa. -A .... 1 - - -, ::: Ir- 55555:-TT Viirrififiiiirrrriffritfiffif 1 1 EDGEWOOD - SWISSVALE 1 1 WILKINSBURG c ,1' .1 1 1 '- Om me S 1 Real Estate 81 Insurance of I1 fl Wilkinsburg Real Estate 8 I1 11 Trust Co. 1, 4, A FRIEND I1 1 Wilkinsburg R. E. 8 I1 .1 Insurance Agency EI EI vvooD and PENN PE. 1772 ,: ,,::-:,-,,::- :PA L:,,,::,::,,::::: -: ::::.-:::: After waiting 15 minutes for a train, .lack Bateman, reading the matter on his ticket. said, "1 wonder just how "How was the English test P" long this ticket is good for anyway." Q H0111 it was easy, if you mean the one we have tomorrow." -v------- .... --4-,,,::'v-: Phone-PEnhurst 0635 - - - 'I ::: ::: M. C, MAINS PONTIAC M. C. MAINS 6and8 744 REBECCA AVENUE WILKINSBURG ,,,,0.'-.',0,,s'...-4f','::,'.p,0:::::::: - -::::: ::::::::::::::: ::: 111 The SYLVAN The ENGRAVING for the SYLVAN 1 9 3 6 by Robert Rawsthorne Co. EIGHTI-I AND PENN PITTSBURGH The PRINTING for the SYLVAN 1 9 3 6 I by 1 Tonat Printing Co., Inc COLLINS AVENUE, EAST END PITTSBURGH 4 A, ::::::: J 112 .U '.V V- v . - - f---- s-QQ -J - . 51 -VV ,Vf .V - V -sf.-by: -' :YV 25:2 -aiu -flux .' va- V T - " V V' '. . " T 'Q-1 E-TT. 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