Ellis School - Ellisian Fields Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

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Although we separate, each girl to fol- low her own career, we shall ever be held in one common bond. We are Ellis girls. We of 19415 are a war class, yet we have been given the same understanding and discipline that Ellis has always given her students. This, our yearbook, is not meant to be merely a record of our past years at Ellis. We would offer it as a farewell tribute to the faculty, the students and servants with whom we have been associated so long. We realize that our best tribute must come through the years in the fulfillment of the noble purpose they have set for us. .YMCZZCQZZCM4 i r w XIAIIJONIE LLEWL-:LLYN I ILLEY NVQ' sim-vrm-ly dm-dicutm' our ycarlmook to xIilI'.i0l'il' i,l1'w1'iiyn Ti iicv with grutm-ful illDlH'1'i'i2lti0Il for ill'I' llIll'l'IlSilIg' guid:Am'1' tllruugli tin' yvnr. :md for tin- constant inspiration slim' ims iwcn to us in our lust yvar :it Ellis. ',.f..g L. 3 any pfgfw M2 ,Jil M Q ff JEAN BRADY BICSNVIGAN CLASS PRESIDENT Preparing for Post Grzuluzite at Ellis School Dancing . . . long, black gloves . . . waiting for .Ioan . . . and always, "Oh, so happy" . . . tl1at's our girl, Juan. "Florence Nightingale' of the Ellis School-Jean organized thc Junior Red Cross. President of Student Council, Il1l'lIllDCI' of the Dramatic Club and the Glee Club, Jean's a powerful good president of a powerful good class. 29135 M 9-Q25 ,L 03? f' 'NX er JOAN ICEATING RICSWIGAN Preparing for Post Graduate at Ellis School Second bell has rung, classes are about to commence, and in straggles Joan, half asleep, as she puts on her nec-ktic before entering history class. Anytime later, you may hear a cheerful soprano voice-drawl- ing "Hello, how are you-I l1aven't seen you in ages!" or "Hey!-wait for me." You know immediately-tllat is Joan. Happy-go-lucky and full of fun is she. Secretary of the Senior Class, President of the llfllllllltll' Club :md lll1'Illl3Cl' of the Glu' Club. eq? .J 'L-5 Ll Q5 ,Zn sp" ,3N'J"'3,r Q yn ix X 'll C7 "JQTL3g60N O - ,, sf- of K xi 'vi Ox, J L Pfpx ','a'5"' -, YN JN 1glC'I"I'Y JANE Awzus fx SP - ls Preparing for Gr1'1'nln'i1'r Junior flllllffjl' Her quick flashing eyes, her ski-jump nose, and her demonstrative hands have served as Betty's passport into the collective herd of the Ellis School this year. Her sense of humor has carried us through most critical batttles over thc senior play and the yearbook, although in Chemistry Lab, sometimes, the mighty crash and smash of much breaking glass has Ill0Illl'Y'ltI1I'lly stifled her laughter. When I think that, after this year, Betty will depart for the wide, wide world of college. "It makes me want to cry." XXX H lt i e of B1f:,x'1'1:Ic'i-1 R.wHl4:I, Claxlxlc l'rvp:iring for fi7'l'1'1lIJ1'il'7' Junior Follegc I MUD , I Hey, everyhody, hop in. We are on our way to Bea's Farm. Look, there she is now, driving that tractor in the field to the right! We'd know her anywhere by that sunny smile. She sees us and is motion- ing for us to come over. That's typical of her-always so friendly. "Hi Bea! What's new? VVe heard you were in Cleveland huying a new formal for the Ellis Alumnae Dance." With a gracious hospital- ity, she shows us around her neat little farm. When the time comes to depart we leave her, waving and smiling. "Good-bye. come again soon." W Joixx AIAIKIIC LUND Preparing for IVh1'ni0n lbllvgf' Here we have the true sopliistieute of tlle class. 'I'hat's right, you've uessed it It's Jo-in Lund She is undecided whether to raise the g' , . . . 4 . Yale or Mexican Pennant, but we have an inkling that Yale will win out, as usual. Being president of the E. A. A.. no doubt, helps ller to keep that trim, well proportioned figure. Slie is also wiptuin of the Green Team. Lot's of fun, with colorful clothes, :md "Oli-li Yale comes llome today,"-tl1at's our girl .lo:1n. I g I I , . - ' 0 ll - I ' 0 - A . , s, ' 0 Dfcauz wp ,LLJU-Q... Luv!- S?- AIARY YVIm,,xun llmzn l'rc'p:1ring for fllouni I'1'7'IIOII Junior f'o1l1'y1' lin-n without hor many rm-fvrcnm-s to hcr Boston c-onnvm-tions, hm-r Now lin rluncl :im-vnt would vxposv M:1ry's Bostonian :im-vstry. Tha- livvci I- faulily is :1 well-m'st:1hlish:-cl onv, and, if Mary has hvr way. the fanmy tn-c will grow :md flourish long. Ilvr smartqr :md sinoothcr pcnnmn- ship ha'-s grru-ml lunch of tlw corrcspoxiclvriw of thi- class. thc invita- J t ' Cluh tions to our Junior Prom, and tha' doc-unn-nts of thi- I rzunu ic . 'l'hc Navy :Approx-i:xtn's it. too. QQW Q YSQQQSE Jin-f...al G71 5 - et O' O u, '1 '7 CV X Q50 bib 'sbs , S X G' bgc- AIARIAN IZRANDUN SA11'rII Preparing for TVr'II1'.vlr'y llollegz' Here comes Marnie, a real terror on the hockey field and a true scholar at work. She's smart, she's clever, she studies Cicero. Argu- mentative in history class, she is Miss Pierson's chief heckler. An alto song bird, she is especially smooth on "The Navy Hymn." In fact she has those all-around qualities that make her one of the hest treas- urers thc Guild has ever had and Il valuahlc asset to every school group. 52.1 Y-5 www I . M.xnc:,uc wi' JA N ic SWAGL1-in Pre-pairing for Fim' ,ilrfs f'ol14'gr, f'lI7'Ilt'glt' lnsiiiulf of T4'f'hnology If you'vv c-vc-r svn-n Margie- on za Monday morning you have- sc-c-n that muc-li tulkvd of pllcnonu-non-:i drvzun walking. Any Monday morn- ing will do-for it has lrccn such :A "hard vvvvk." 'l'rcz1surcr of E. A. A. :md Draunutic Club, lmttlcs with Miss Pierson over E. A. A. club funds. Art Cluh postvrs for school zu-tivitivs, plvzids with tha' VVhitc 'l'c:un to mukv :1 fc-w points, no wondvr Margim-'s pct 1-xprcssion is. "It's lwvn :1 hard day." . J ' SUL' mg FA 'ig VITAHI S: A, sus, cfpfc' ASPIKI . 2 ,L-4.41 ,f fd JVM , 1 , , ,414-4f , ,LW J- 9! ' fd ANNE vVl'lLI.INGl'IIl Preparing for Bryn iWa1c'r Follzfgr' w nex er stops Anne as she Hplowsi' her way to school from Rain or sno ' , . . . . "VVindy Knoll" every day. Always having a cheerful greeting for everyone-quick-conscientiously going about her work as Business Y Book i IIlFII1lJf'I' of the Glcc Club, Drzuimtic Manager of the ear . : , Club and Il reprvscntativc of thc- Student Council. Serum Qfmd pfzcafphecy On one particularly bright, sunny day the porch of the Sehenley Hotel was monopolized by five old ladies who sat and dreamed of their youth, rocking back and forth, back and forth. Marian Smith stopped rocking suddenly and sat up very straight. "The Supreme Court never had a better Chief Justice. And tllen to be asked to retire! I was just getting into my argumentative stride!" She settled back again, flushed and indignant. The placid old dame stretching in the corner, looked up. "Do you mind the time my first group of paintings were exhibited at Carnegie Institute. Critics stared at my riots of color and exclaimed, 'The name, Margaret Swagler, will become more famous than Dali'. It did," she chuckled, returning to her doodling. "Buneos dias, senoritas," greeted Joan Lund, coming up the porch steps toting the parchesi board under her arm. "Anne-Anne Wellingerf' she prodded the snoozer gently. "Wake up, Anne. It's time for our parchesi game." Anne yawned widely and pulled her chair towards the table. "We've decided to send our first grandson to Yale, just like father," Joan announced. "I just love having a Yale man in the family." Betty Ayers hohbled across the porch, pulling tight around her an electric blue shawl. Observing through her bifocals Margaretis attempt at a thumbnail sketch, she screamed cheerfully, "What is it, kitsel, a pig or a tree " "Dear old Betty, it's you," returned Margie wryly. "You think you're so-so smooth, just because ages ago you won that farce of a soap box race." Then, to soothe Anne's ruffled feelings fAnne was rapidly losing the gamej Joan paused to read a portion of her latest letter from Beatrice Clark. "Bea says to tell you she can never thank you enough for your bromi-stethofluoric ray machine, Anne. She says it saved her new pig litter this year. It should win the Nobel prize." Joan's eyes were on the letter, and Anne brightening visibly. seized the opportunity to put her elbow strategically on the fold of the parchesi board, dumping its contents and ending the unfortunate game. Whereupon the curly-haired tot bumbling around the floor. seized one of the fallen parchesi men and began to pound it against the porch rail, crowing all the while. "Ricky, you give that to me this instant" demanded Mary Reed. She hoisted her smallest grandson high in the air. "You'll never guess what this imp did yesterday"-she broke oif into uncontrollable giggles and had to be pounded on the back. "Now, is Rick, one of your sons' sons or your second daughteris son?" began Marion conversationally, just as the porch screen door wheezed shut, and Jean McSwigan appeared, followed by an adoring old gentleman. "Her best lavender sprigged organdy" whispered Joan. fC07lffII1lI'1f on pagr 433 i131 fad! Will mmf 7e4Z'afmenZ' We, the Seniors of the Ellis School, County of Allegheny, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by us. I. We give, devise, and bequeath to the new Seniors their hap- piest year at Ellis. II. We give, devise and bequeath a quiet rest to Mrs. Burnett and Mrs. Gracey, whose amazing energy is the dynamo which keeps the wheels of Ellis going around. III. We give, devise, and bequeath binoculars, a periscope and Superman's x-ray vision to the study hall teacher. IV. Finally, we give, devise, and bequeath to the under-gradu- ates a portion of our love for this, our school. May you always live up to its high aims and cherish all it offers you, a rich heritage indeed for you who, following in our footsteps, must keep the banner flying high. V. We as individuals, give, devise, and bequeath the following: Bea Clark-leaves her braids to Fido Friday Margaret Swagler-leaves her pills to Mrs. Lecollier Anne Wellinger-leaves her genius to the faculty Mary Reed-leaves her giggles to Betty Joan Lund-leaves with a dash for the 3:4-5 cab Jean McSwigan-leaves her brown hair to Nancy Burchfield Joan McSwigan-leaves her necktie to Miss Pierson Marnie Smith-leaves her Latin to the poets Betty Ayers-leaves the Chemistry Lab in one piece U41 Sahara! Sang Through the hours of work and pleasure, We have spent together here, Building up the golden treasure of success That's e'er so dearg Struggling straight and ever onward, With our motto strong and bright We are bound to fight as comrades, For our colors, green and white. Fleeting time will serve to sever, Ties we've ever held so dear, Others will be bound together Close in friendship and good cheer, But therc's nothing e'er can shake us From our pledge of loyalty And the battles will but take us Through the joys of victory. Far beyond the dear, old school days, Looking back on mem'ries dear, They'll be more than golden rule days, Seen thru reason's vision clear As we fight in lifc's great battles, Striving ever for the right, Then we'll praise our Alma Mater, And her colors green and white. llil lffzrl' Rfrcz'-l'cuiI3' Stewart. .Xnnc lJlYX'k'IlS. lizirlwzim fI'l1Clj.l'I'. lillcn Gulsclic lfrmzr Rff':z'-Cliziiilimtiu XlvNully. Xlziry lfiflu-r. Mmm- lfisziiiizui. 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'l'o find tllings to sw. 'l'ln- littln- rulmlmits. l nwntionvd lie-fort, Go strolling ovvr, 'l'o tlwir in-iglilior's door Said Qfmcfe NG llopping :ind jumping, As tlwy lm-rrily run. Playing llido :md sm-ok, VVhivl1 is lots of fun. 'flu' birds :irc 1-liirping, In the' g'l'l't'Il trm-cs, 'l'llm- lmttcrflia-s arm- fluttvring. Around in thi- llrvvzc. Now that you lmvc llvurd, Almost vvcrytliing. l do not nm-d to toll you, Mm-ll morn :iliout Spring. -Hlism' liuylnond lfurl' RUTl'1l.j'llIl Sqnmlvr. l"lora'i1cu l.oukl1zli'I. liliw Ruymoiid. .l1lIlk' LQZIYICV. .Xlwlwic l"lir-la. l.r-gm-irc ll':1l'l'L-11. licrllm lYnllcu1'. Carol Xlcllou. Ross Nlclfldowm-y fron! Ruiz'-Czirol Carson. Xlurlliu lDillWIlL'ji. Nlziry llzilmcy. Xlimi liurclificld. xlilflllll Scully Stmuiizlg-Joziii Brooks. Shirley Smith. Xlargol Bell. Patricia Fisher. Iilsa llodgers. ,lane lin Carolyn Clark ffz'7If."l' Rfm'-Sally l,ox'e. Rolwei-ra Xlesorley. Anne Iiifl-iD2lII'lL'li. Nancy Xlelizly lfrrnif Rrwcc'-lmiiise Xlulert. Camillzi 'l'yso11. Norinn l5m'lwrilZ ZZCQWLZZ mmf 5-Ufik Qfmcfw Girls in the fourth and fifth grades have presented several plays. They have made afghans for Red Cross refugee work and plaee cards for soldiers, hospitals. They visited the Carnegie Library to hear Miss Zearle tell stor- ics, and as a class, they attended the Flower Show. They were among the busiest of the workers for the annual Fair. i221 r 1 A 1 semi mf wwf Qwfei llu hm-cowl flrumlr- lris ln-vu studying :ilmut flllllIlI'l'!I of Otlu-r I4?lIlllS. 'lllu-ir most lllti'l"l'Stlllg' projvvt luis lwvn tllc study of llollnuml. 'I llvv lmvi- l'Ul1Sll'lll'tt'tl 'i llutc-ln ln-al. lxuilt lilu- il cuplroarml :mal propor- tion:-cl to tlu-ir sim-. so tlmt tlu-y may usv it iluriug rm-st pcrioml. 'l'lu-y luiw lllfllll' 'n stun' upon wliim-li tha-y lmvn- cookccl. prvtvurling tln-y wx-rv rm-:il l,llll'lI l'llllllY'l'll. 'llln' llulvll mlre-ssvs NVlllL'll tllvy lmvl- lllllllt' lor tlu-:usa-lvvs uri- to lu- worn in :n plrny tlmt is to lw givvu on .lum- se-vm-iltll. ,- llu projut of tlu 'l'l1ir4l Cirzulv cvlitvrval :irouml tlu' Aiu1'ric:iu lncliuu. As tlw cliilrlrcn lmwirnml :ilnout tlu' lmli:ius. tlwy ilvpim-hwl tln-ir ways of living in paintings. :mul tllcy uuulc puvlmlos :incl lmlinu lmowls from vl'u' l'-ic-li clulcl luul :i sumll loom ou wlucli slu- won' :lu lumliuu rug. 'l'lu- priclm- of tlu- class was its XVlgWV1Illl on wllivll was p:uut1'cl Ill lH"lllI'lllt colors tlu' lucliuu symbols tlmt tln-y ll:ul ll'!lI'Ill'tl. ifflrl' Rose'-.-Xliiic lfwiug. lizwlmrzn Xlulluu. Nami' ,lK'!lll llurllclt. .Xuuc Woollolla. C'-ilirtm-y Slxuilvy ,llwfflir Rflfflsllilll Supa-is. llorollmy Wolf. l'l1Il'lHll'1l Sullcvlx. xlilflllll Clilloixl lwffzff' Rffx'-l.1u1.n llolvlmfm. vlmtiu- Xlulc-rl. llmm- Xlvllou. lla-lsy lxuxllwlc yi, N1-lwvi . say 1 m. , ,...,.. ku . .1 X . ,et ,. v a. . 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Om- of flic most important 0lltC0lllt'S of tlicsc discussions is tllc voluntary work in local lmspituls :md Rcd Cross. l36l xli:illllg1p:1l'lx' I-. g1'lll'I'JlllY gin-ii lllSl lu'l'ori'llu'i'liris1ui-is lurli ' 'Q uurk llu' lillis fillilil luis llltlllllillllvtl in llIlNAVL'Ill'1lli xn uuiny 4l1'ui:u Zffid Q Jef For six vmwirs tlu- I-lllix iiuilml mir pliil'inllii'upi4- wi-ivlv laws lu-vu lnuwily 1-iigfigi-il in mixing umm-y for wurtliy 1-li:irit:ilrlv org:iniz:itii HIN ulint tlu Xl 1' llu ii .ni iiglit nu-iiilwrx ol'llu'Gl1ilil. llJlllll'lj'Z llu- pri-s' ' , - 'i pre-sulriil. tlui Nt't'I't'l1ll'j'. tlu- tI'1':lSlll't'l'. :mil re'pi'i'w1ll:itive's lrmu ilu luiglilli, l'rm-r-liiuriu. SUllll0lIlUI'l'.1lllll Svnior claus " - : ' ' " is llu iuigm nlluiiw :rv wla-1-tml lrum tlu- .limior i-lass lmy tlu- vnliri- Ntiulvnt luulv. 'I'lu fiiiilml xpoiimurs two li':ulilum:il an-luml i-vi-rits. 'l'luA rullvr ' . ' . ' " . . 4l.1j . 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'l'In- F,llis Ulm' flulw pri-smitvcl prngrznns tn tin- svlnml for 'l'll:inks- giving and for i'l1ristni:1s. 'l'l1v lmig vvvrit nf tin' yviur. :ns usual. was tin' vigllfll 1-uililmilivml i'0lll'l'T't with tin' A ci1lIllll'lil flmir of Slluclysirli' .M':n4lcliiy. Tin' 1'0m'e'rt. givrn Marcin l7ill, was follnwml liy an in- fornml clzuicm' in tln- gym. Un April 27 :nt tin' l':1rm'litA'I'L'm'ln'rs' Opvn Xiglilg link songs wliicli lillis gan' :lt till' cmicvrt. ws-rv pvrfnrnlvri :nguin for tin- lu-in-fit nf parvnts wlln wvrm' unriblc' tn :ittcnd tin' cmnlmim-cl 4-nm-e-rt. :xml also :is :nn vxxmiplv of sonn- uf tln' sc-lm0l's vxtru- l'lll'I'li'lll:ll' rwtivilivs. i 2-i i .INN fl. Efmmallzb 6 llII5 vl-:lr llll- llI':llllillll' C lllll ll:lx :lllllvll llll- l'.lg,flIlll flfllflt' lo Its llst 1llllIlgfllS1'lIUUl Ill1'lIllM'l'N. ixL'llY1'll!lY'lll'llHlllUll lSlllH'Ilt1l!lllQIll'lh ill l1'l'1'Nlt'fl Ill lll'l'lllrlll:lllc'm'. h4'l'lIt'I'y. 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IIa-lon Hill Currivr Annu YV. Pin-rsml l3ll lfnylixlz l"r1'nz'l1 tlllll Sllllllhvll Idlfill . I"rc'nz'l1 .-lrfx and l'rafIs . I'l1'y.vic'al 1f111lc'a1'i0l1 Jlafl1f'n1afi4'.w and Plzyxivs l'11r'n1i.vtr.y and Biology IJ nylixla llisfory mmf Sahacvf Virginia l'. Htl'Yl'll!w0ll . Ilixf r1l'.l 1 Illlll Ifllflli-X'lI Nl:nrllu:n .'X. W' 1v1lc I llir r'r' lur nf I,l'iIIlIl 1"l 1 Ilrpl., S 1'r'rr nfl firmlr lmrotlny lf Nlnnning . l',yllflli.Yll .I m':1r I S. f'Ill'tl'l' . Third lirarlf' l5m':nlri1'm' I". IliIl'Yl'.V l"ir.vf flrurlw Huy XVilli:uns .IVIN anal f'7'llvf'f.V Kullu-rim'l'1llix . . I" r'1' Ilfll Nlurgrnrvt U. ,-Xrnulnl . . , 1"ifN1 Urzulf' llm'utll.v A. l,lltlK'lllll'lll lIil'f'r'lm' of Jlirlfllf- Srlmul, J1!lflIl'IIIflfil'.X' I f lxff-Xlv-. xHL.'IIH.i Nlvxumwu. XIIM Xl.nlll1:z XMHNI. Nllxf Ibm-mlllx XIJIIIIVIIS. Xllw Im-.nm C ulvr. Xlrw. l'. l.m-nllxwxxl lhrxvx. Xllw Xlgu XXIMIQHIIP. Ulu Ixxxllu-xlllr l'll1w N I I XII: llwmu- Xiu-slxl. Viv IV-willy I.lILlk'l'l1k'lNl E rqoenc-wZecfqmenM The stall of the 19415 Ellisian Fields wishes to express its deepest appreciation to the following: Mrs. Currier, for her sincere interest and cooperation in pro- ducing and correcting this yearbookg Miss Pierson, for her invaluable assistance with our financial problemsg The oificers of the Eighth, Ninth, Sophomore and Junior classes for their class articlesg Mr. Chalmers Siviter, whose patience and suggestions have en- abled us to overcome successfully the printing obstacles we have metg Mr. Franklin R. McSorlcy, for the great aid he has given in se- curing the advertisements which have made possible the publish- ing of this yearbook. U41 .Sched lmecloaff Alderdicc. Deborah ................. 5473 Kipling Road .... ...... 1 IA 3208 Alderdice. Frederick .... ..... 5 473 Kipling Road .... ..... 1 lA 3208 Allen, Anne Pierce .. ..... 4211 Bigelow Blvd.A ..... ..... kg A Agstig, Natalie .... ..... 1 415 Squirrel Hill ve. . ...... C 3 Ayers, Betty .... ..... C athedral Mansions ..... MA 0896 Banc, Judith Anne . ..... 501 Neville St. .... .... S C 0152 Bartlett, Marianne ..... 2127 Broadway .. .... LO 1351 Bartlett, Nancy Jean . ..... 2127 Broadway .. .... LO 1351 Bayard, Lucy ....... ..... 5 945 Fifth Ave. , .... ..... M O 9197 Bayard, Nina .... ..... 5 945 Fifth Ave. ........ ..... M O 9197 n ..... ..... 3 26 S. Homewood Ave. . ...... PE 7688 Be , argot .... ..... 5 811 Howe St. ....... ..... M 0 3834 Bingler, Margieann ..... 5536 Wellesley Ave. .. ..... MO 2260 Blair. Mary ........... ..... 1 090 Morewood Ave. . ...... SC 0239 Brooks. Joan ............ ..... 5 529 Dunmoyle St. ..... MA 6251 Brown. Jean ............... ..... 6 101 Kentucky Ave. .. ...... HI 4093 Brush. Hannah Elizabeth ..... 1127 N. Euclid Ave. .... ..... M O 5777 Burchfield. Nancy ........ ..... 6 839 Juniata Place ..... MO 9256 Burchfield. Mimi ....... ..... 6 839 Juniata Place ..... ..... M O 9256 .....l043 Highmont'Road .....MO4239 Burrell, Marjorie ...... ..... 5 25 Lyndhurst Ave. .. .... LO 3297 Carson. Carol Elizabeth ..... 5759 Howe St. ......... .... H I 6186 Carson. Joan ........... ..... E ,330 lgechwood Blvd. .... .... Ji A 3530 Cagggg, Eara Jane ..... ..... 5 9 owe St. .......... .... I 6 6 Carter. arbara Jane . ..... 1305 N. Highland Ave. .. .... H1 6180 Carter, Nancy Claire . ..... 1305 N. Highland Ave. ...... H1 6180 Chapple. Carolyn .. ..... 1526 Valmont St. ..... ..... H A 1065 Chapple. Charlotte .... ..... 1 526 Valmont St. ............ HA 1065 Chiurazzi. Ruby Anne ..... 228 Gross St. .................. MO 6365 Clark. Carolyn ..... ..... V a. Manor, T776 Valley View Rd. LE 3449 Clark, Eigggyieve : .... Va. Manor. 7 6 Valley View Rd. LE 449 Car . eatrtce .. ..... Highland Towers Apts. ......... HI 4704 Clemson, Marianne ..... Fox Chapel Road .............. ST 4703 Clifford. Marion .. ..... 5463 Kipling Road ..... HA 8030 C eri11e ..... 1544 Shady Ave. ..... HA 6593 Collins, Althea ..... 1172 Murrayhill Ave. .... H1 8858 511151895 Barbara ..... 4307 Bigelow Blvd. ..... MA 37025 ummiggg, Marjorie ..... 5911 Elgin Ave. ....... ..... M O 103 Da ney. Mary ..... ..... 5 130 Westminster Place . ..... MA 1144 Dabney. Martha .... ..... 5 130 Westminster Place . ..... MA 1144 Dauler, Margaret .... ..... 5 414 Kipling Road ....... MA 4404 DeNinno, Mary C. ..... 4533 Stanton Ave. ............ ST 4234 Divvens. Anne ..... ..... 1 162 S. Negley Ave. ........... M0 8708 Dorbritz. Norina . ..... Fox Chapel Road. Aspinwall. Pa. ST 1933 Eisaman. Anne .... ..... 6 949 Claridge Place ....... ..... M O 3896 Ewing. Jane ..... ..... 6 630 Kinsman Road ........... JA 1175 Ewing, Anne .. ..... 6630 Kinsman Road .... JA 1175 Evan, Acsa .... ..... 1 405 Browning Road .... ..... M O 6240 Fisher, Mary ...... ..... 6 Colonial Place ..... ..... 'X flA 4009 Flick. Abbie ......... ..... 5 831 Marlborough St. .... lA 3371 F ' ggAnne . ..... Fox Chapel Road ..... ..... W O 8530 Foster. lizabeth .... ..... 1 067 Devon Road .... ..... M A 2284 Fownes. Betty ..... ..... 5 321 Wilkins Ave. .... ..... E M 3109 Friday. Mary Jane . ..... 1130 S. Ncgley Ave. .. ..... MO 6286 Garrison. Jane ..... ..... C athedral Mansions ..... ..... M A 8100 Gillies. William .... ..... 5 454 Kipling Road ............. MA 3987 Gutsche. Ellen ..... - ..... 118 Yorkshire Drive ........... MO 9890 Hausei. Judith Ann . ..... 5844 Northumberland St. ....... lA 2501 Hays, Jane ........ ..... W hitaker Way ................ HO 0922 Holland. Kitty Lou . ..... 2616 Fifth Ave. ...... McKeesport 21105 Irwin. Mary ....... ..... 5 127 Fifth Ave. .. ........... MA 2759 ned Sall Ann .. ..... 133 Penham Lane .. ......... M0 0576 Kinneman, onna ...... ..... 1 35 Westland Drive .... ...... i IA 3630 Kirkpatrick, Elizabeth .... ..... 5 903 Braeburn Road .... ..... N 10 7648 1351 .gi Knable, Elizabeth Lappe, joan ........ . Laughlin. Deborah List, Claire ......... Long. Lucia Irene Longstreth. Ann .... LmG.hkUFWt-H Lund, Joan .... L n Bibsi .... L n. Sally .... L n , Louise .... . e on, Carroll Mellon, Diane ..,... waynard. Barbara .. 1 er, orothy ..... Moreland, Terrell arbara ...,.. Mulert, Emily Louise . Mulert, Justine ...... Mgsgarggi Marion .... Mc reery, athleen .. McE1downey. Margaret McKay. Frances ..... McNulty. Charlotte .. McSorley. Mercedes .. McSorley, Roberta .. McSwigan, Jean . .. McSwigan, joan .. McWilliams, Jean .. xmxck, Ann ........ rien. Carolyn Ann . Oliver, Mimi ........ Patton, Nancy ...... Pendleton, Ann ...... Piccino, Doris Marie .. Raymond. Timmy .... Raymond. Elise ..... Reed, Mary ...,... Reed, Betty. . . . . Reed, Marjorie . Reed, Martha Robinson. Lucia . Rodgers, Elsa Rodgers. Ann ..... Rodman, Nancy ..,. Samson. Shirley Sander, Lynne .. Sayers. Susan ..... Scheetz, Barbara .... Schuchman. Nancy Scully. Marion ...... Seaman. Joan ....... Shepard, Francine Smith, Marian ..... Smith, Shirley Lynn . Snaman, Marilyn .. Snodgrass, Alice '. . . Sn wdon Marty .... tan ey, ourtney Stewart, Peggy ....... Swagler. Margaret .... Swan, Dorothy ..... Taylor, Michael Tyson, Cammilla .... Walker, Anica .... Walker, Bertha Walker. Marilyn ..... .....615 Amberson Ave. ...... 5420 Northumberland St. 5340 Maynard St. ..,..... . .5039 Amberson Place ..... ....MA 5410 .....SC0884 .....SC 7806 SC 3381 .73 Lebanon Hills Drive ....... '.F1 6568 .119 Valley Drive. Fox Chapel...ST 4544 . . . . .5920 Braeburn Place . . . .. .351 Jelferson Drive ...... . . . . .1007 Highmont Road . . . . . . . . .1007 Highmont Road .... . . . . .1325 Inverness St. ..... . .l1 Yorkshire Road .... .11 Yorkshire Road .... .1303 Shady Ave. .... . .. . . .Arlington Apts. ..... .1300 Bennington Ave. .Royal York Apts. ..... . .. ..... 197 Longue Vue Drive . ..... 197 Longue Vue Drive . ..... 1311 Bennington Ave. .2219 Beechwood Blvd. . . . . ..... 4-VonLentPlaee...... .Morewood Gardens . .7425 Richland Place .. .1300 Inverness St. .1300 Inverness St. . . . . .4131 Bigelow Blvd. .. .4131 Bigelow Blvd. .5914 Braeburn Road .... .....334 S. Dallas Ave. .1400 Browning Road ...... .711 Devonshire St. ....... . . . . . .McElheny Road. Glenshaw .315 S. Lexington Ave. .6938 Penn Ave. .......... . .651 Morewood Ave. . .....651Morewood Ave. .Woodland Road ..... .Woodland Road ......... .Woodland Road ........... .5368 Northumberland St. .. .1401 Bennington Ave. .... . .....5916 Howe St .5916 Howe St . ..... . . . . . .5521 Dunmoyle St. .. .Schenley Apts. . . . . .... .Fox Chapel Manor .. .277 Moorhead Place .604 Pitcairn Place . ..... 5457 Dunmoyle St. .. . . .725 Devonshire St. . .. . . . . .1255 Murdoch Road . .. .....11l0 S. Negley Ave. ... .918 St. James St. ...... . .....10 Robin Road .130 Marshall Ave.. N. S. .. .Alder Court Apts. ...... . .5030 Fifth Ave. ...... . . . . . .5429 Dunmoyle St. .... .525 Westover Road .425 Morewood Ave. .. .532 S. Aiken Ave. .744 S. Linden Ave. .. .5906 Howe St. .713 St. James St. .. 713 St. james St. .. .... .. .....HI 5663 ......LO 0866 ....MO 1122 ....MO 1122 ....MA 4115 ....MO 4121 ....MO 4121 .....HA 3003 .....SC 7000 ....MA 9993 ....MA 5727 0767 0767 ....MA 6114 ....MA 3825 ....MA 6822 ....MA 0983 2606 ....MA 0833 ....MA 0833 ....MA 9877 ....MA 9877 ....MO 8510 ....MO 7699 ....EM 1201 MA 1834 Glenshaw 630 ......FR 2993 .....Hr 7731 ....MA 6516 ....MA 6516 ...NJA 2204 .....JA 2204 ...NJA 2204 .....SC 3717 .....sc 5544 ...,Mo 0233 ....MO 0233 .....SC 0392 ....MA 7922 ....wo 8536 .....SC 0528 .....SC 1532 .....SC 2918 .....SC 0386 .....Hl 8394 .....SC 3436 .....SC 1281 ......FA 8885 ....MA 4056 .....SC 3780 .....SC 6513 .....L01784 ....MA 9393 .....SC 8044 .....HI 0346 ....MO 7742 ....MA 4707 ....MA 4707 . . . . .5822 Elmer St. . . . . . . . .Glenwhaw 898-J 1361 Mrs. 1' waltgn, Frances arren, eatrice Weaber, Susan .. Weir, Dorothy .... Wellinger, Anne . Williams, Cora Wilson, Judy . .. Wilson. Peggy .. Wilson, Virginian . Wodfolk. Ann . . . Yohe, Elsie .... Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. George C. Arnold .. Hay Burnett ..... Jean Scott Carter . Helen Hill Currier Katherine Ellis .. Florence Freeman . Mabel Geddes .. . Charles B. Gracey F. Leamont Harvey Mrs. George P. Hogg . .. Miss Mary C. Hutchinson Mrs. Harvey D. Lccollicr Miss Dorothy Ludebuehl Miss Dorothy Manning . Mlle. ldette Meir .... Russell Pearce Miss Anna W. Pierson Misswelen Roessing . . . Mrs. A. French Shreve Miss Marion Skeath Miss Virginia Stevenson Mrs. Franklin Stockton Miss May Williams Miss Martha Wood .... Mlle. Olgey Vuagniaux . 934 Heberton St. ..... . 433 Denniston Ave. ..... . 4115 Bigelow Blvd. 5544 Northumberland St. .. 129 W. Swissvale Ave. 5201 Ellsworth Ave. . 1440 Wightman St. 1201 Murrayhill Ave. .. 1440 Wightman St. 6830 Juniata Place 6665 Kinsman Road .... 4Z2au6Qy fbbuudbaq 5715 Elmer St. ........ . ....MO 6371 ....MO 6223 .....SC 6394 .....PE 4509 ....MA 5037 ....HA 7576 ....HA 7855 ....HA 7576 ....MO 7763 ....HA 1556 .....HI 9447 6613 Woodwell St. ............. HA 1351 19 Union Ave.. Crafton Pa. ...... WA 2702 Schenley Apartments, Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh ...... MA 5800 340 S. Highland Ave. Highland Towers Apts. cfo Mrs. Lee Lambing, 115 Dewey St. ..... . 5715 Elmer St. ...... . 5313 St. James Terrace 5501 Elmer St. ....... . 1082 Shady Ave. ....... . The Fairfax Apartments. 4614 Fifth Ave. .... . 620 Kenilworth Drive. Mt. Lebanon. Pa. .. 5837 Beacon St. ....... . cfo Mrs. C. S. Ewing. ....MO 0281 .....PE 9765 .....HI 9447 .....SC 0216 ....MA 5724 ....MO 3289 ....MA 4030 .....LE 7444 .HA 3642 927k St. James St. ........ MA 4645 Adrian Apartments. No. 317. Bayard St. ............. ...MU 0424 Route 3. Irwin. Pa. ..McKeesp Fairfax Apartments, ort 2-9526 4614 Fifth Ave. ........... MA 4030 Coronado Apa rtments. 5260 Center Ave. .......... SC 7300 262 Lebanon Ave.. Mt. Lebanon. Pa. ........ . .LE 7927 The Greystone. Ellsworth Ave...SC 5063 Schenley Apts.. Fifth Ave. .....MA 6618 6324 Bartlett St. ............... JA 4641 The Fairfax Apartments, 4614 Fifth Ave. ..., . ....MA 4030 Schenley Apts., Fifth Ave. ...... MA 5800 The Fairfax Apartments. M63 Mcuqoflzi T1 H251 'U' h 4614 Fifth Avenue '- Hfqhlamcbd Flparfl 1371 ........MA 5030 nfmiavdv MCD Mo 3095. Compliments of Cathedral Mansions Apartments 4716 Ellsworth Avenue PITTSBI BCH PA t l I Com plimvnts of A B RAVANICI. Fl 'R S S0H11,1,1cR's PHARMACY For Prf'.s'criptio11.v, Prfnicillin, Blood Plasma Aiken and Walnut Pittsburgh, Pa. Com plimcn ts of CHAS. BRISKIN Furs Compliments of JAMES CUTRARO Grocers Conlplimcnts of LEWIS DAIRIES, INC. 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Telephone: MOntrose 34136 Photographcr-"EIlisian Fields" 41 Uombfimsnti of 04 ?zLzncf N21 SENIOR PROPHECY fContinuedj "She certainly is the spry one" Anne commented. "Outlived three husbands already, and she's still going strong!" "Sad though" this from Mary Reed, "losing her twin that way. Went oil' on some exploring expedition. Never heard of since, they say." At that moment a blithe young girl bounded up the porch steps. Why it looks like-no, it couldn't be-but it is-Joan McSwigan, gay and sparkling as in her youth, called out "Girls! Girls, I've found it! The miraculous fountain of youth! Follow me!" There was a mad scramble as the old ladies, followed closely by the eager old gentleman, trooped oil' down the steps and out of sight, seeking new youth for more and greater achievements. Little Ricky was left contentedly chewing on one of the aban- doned parchesi dice. 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