Ferndale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Johnstown, PA)

 - Class of 1932

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CQEYEREGBET Editor-in-Chief ARDELL OLDHAM Assistant Editor ALICE MOCK Business Manager DONALD BURGAN . ' l' -1. l E DE 1. i' -.-3 l?-:- - !' X 'L E? - '5j , WX --Ea --Q Ak H - '1 -- . 9 - - ---'-7 'YQ.- - -..-E ,.g,,-, - , 'H E E r M ' E - N f-- ' ,X7 ' .547 , ' V, L """ ' n ----. 'III' -i fl' 5 , A lib? ,Q X 7 ,X Q , A ' Lx' xx' ilu, wbYs.f-..- -ffx X X , - x - N x ' . --X-M 1 .x ' l P - f S -.fir ,N.4x,.,x.rg.zt Q' "'5f v xyftfy,-x, , , ft-f,fi,,,fx.x.'g-fi, f-'LL Q if x.fx..fL,fg,,-.L,N,, ,N, 5,4 s.f+.1-y-f 1-44- e xy- .Q- D 0 QGUE ,,-13 til .Q i This is the law of the Yukon, and ever she makes it plain: "Send not your foolish and feeble, send me your strong and your :anv- Strong for the red rage of battle, sane, for I harry th soreg Send me men girt for the combat, men who are grit to the coreg Swift as the panther in triumph, fierce as the bear in defeat, Sired of a bulldog parent, steeled in the furnace heat. Send me the best of your breeding, lend me your chosen ones: Them will I take to my bosom, them will I call my sonsg Them will I gild with my treasure, them will I glut with my meatg But the others-the mislits, the failures-I trample under my feet. Diasolute, damned and despairful, crippled and palsiedand slain, Ye would send me the spawn of your gutters-Go! take back your spawn again. The Spell of The Yukon Robert W. Service REFLECETQR The 1932 REFLECTOR Published by the SENIOR CLASS I of Ferndale High School JOHNSTOWN, PA. CCCJNTEINITS Q X 5 XX, I ff f .N ? uf em, 32, f LW ff' gb, 413,21 25" Book I. FACULTY Book II. SCHOOL Book III. ATHLETICS Book IV. ACTIVITIES Book V. FEATURE 4 ,L SCHROCK, l-l. B. BRUBAKER, F. W. BOCKEL, G. R. Secretary President Vice President Clerk-Claim Dept. 719 Glennwood 907 Summit Ave 435 Ferndale Ave. Ave. Engineer Pennaylvania R. R. Clerk-Accounting Bell-Bockel Ce. Dept. Lorain Steel Co. LEVERGOOD, F. W. MILLER, H. C. 830 Ferndale Ave. Treasurer Boeldceepar 629 Viekroy Ave. Johnstown Automobile Co. Salesman Jolmstdwn Packing Co. -1 1i?'s' ii X g if ,-H5-'::".-? ,--Z:-T ' xX X FACULTY gs QSX Q S E '?'f.2ns- 4 ,W , 'l 'i K '51 R :at s. .. annul umfru. '-,r:9m.x.x:n1'.wwvnr.xav111: .Leu frlxnxnta his -"Il,-, .1 IXELLER, FRANK, M. A. Feb. 20 University of Pittsburgh 409 Golde St. Phone 6596-B Oflice Principal Reflector Chemistry Physics B1.oUGH, 'TELFORD B., A. M. Mar. 21 juniata College Columbia University 908 Ferndale Ave. Phone 3485-.I Room 307 Director of Guidance Social Science Hi-Y Club if Reflector X! 4.. Courier Publicity Moving Pictures HAY, MARGARET' Nofv. 22 Ithaca Conservatory of Music Rockwood, Pa. 238W Market St. Phone 468-nl Jr.-Sr. High School Musi Supervisor-Grades Operettas Orchestra Band Girls' Chorus Boys' Chorus HAUoH'rox, ELRANOR, R. s. June I9 Margaret Morrison Carnegie College 222 Grove Ave. Phone 3719-J Room 300-Sophomore Foods Clothing Culinary Club Sl'A'l'l.ER, Jessie M., A. R. Nofv. 20 Albright College Viewmont Ave. Phone 2667-L Room 200-Freshmen Good Manners Club Iinglish HAY, H. W., M. A. July 20 University of Pittsburgh 536 Ferndale Ave. Phone 3666-B - Office Supervising Principal FLEMING, MARGARET M., R. s. Der. 24 Edinhoro State Teachers' College 830 Vickroy Ave. Phone 3774-B Room 301-junior Reflector Girl Reserves Art SHER, BRUCE M., n. s. Xlug. I5 Juniata College 1073 Jacoby St. Phone 5592-B Boys' Athletic Director Boys' Athletic Club Student Council Health Education Social Science HEMMONS, MARIAN M. Ori. I7 Millersville State Teachers' College 830 Vickroy Ave. Phone 3774-B Room 303-Sophomore Junior Dramatic Club Library ENGLISH, H. W., B. c. s. .41-fif I0 Bowling Green Business University 539 Ferndale Ave. Room 204-Seventh Bookkeeping Typewriting junior Business Training Mathematics A' '-'W' f' "" X 7 wh f E .E 2 E 55 f 7 E ': f 4 U ll lu 5 it : Pl Ei A l 5 Q JE ?z Fl if F xmxx R Y . x Huw- i ,I -,V ' ' . Y .f-' " . Z w 1 X N ix- .A x 'X . ' - - , K fx xi? 1' a:V,.,..-.U Q6 1 .X i 1. . . rr N W' ff R I ' X1-. ! I - ' --A -X K -5 1- ,. " X if ' ' x. ' 'brpf"" 4.9. L -402,29 X I 5: 35fT?E:i'1v '? gxgl g, uwgilj -E at f y-AX xv Ai.--6 it A: ,,., Hi so ' s iiifi2f?i.fl-...lv v' JRTQR E Q . ji vL..,,,,,.,.ylv-- XXX 255' 1 , f ww 7 fff 1? l?f?". cfzyf fe o f if . P H E 1932 REFLECTOR-- MIJORHEAD, KENNETH, B. s. Mar. 25 Indiana State Teachers' College 271 Ohio St. Room 305--Senior Typewriting Shorthand Commercial Law Commercial Geography Boys' Athletic Club HENSELL, KA1'HERlNE, A. E. July 15 Bucknell University 820 Ferndale Ave. Phone 3546-L History Biology ' . Room 106-Freshg SNYDER, Enwm D., M. A. May 15 Yniversity of Pittsburgh 534 Ferndale Ave. Room 305-Junior Courier Press Club Mathematics Problems of Democracy om1uN1'ER, RUTH, A. B. Jan. 22 Thiel College 560 Ferndale Ave. Phone 280-Bell Room 202-Seventh Geography English STEELE, MARGARET, A. E. Aug. 17 Dickinson College Benscreek Phone 3126-B Room 201-Eighth English Conservation Club XM ,la ' -, .af . 9: I ETRICK, M. GRACE, A. B. . July 10 Albright College 1095 Confer Ave. Phone 2726-J Room 203-Senior Dramatic Club French English Senior Play L1cH'rENFE1.s, PEARL S., A. E. July 22 ' ity of Pittsburgh 109 r r,Ave. Phone 27 ' Room 101 r ' Sewing Club Mathematics Tow SE , QHEORGE W., M. A. A Mar. 25 QC? University! Pittsburgh 523 Locust . Phone 6073-B Room 303--Sophomor Aviation-Science Club Reflector History General Science Problems of Democracy IIETRICK, RUTH I., A. E. June 15 lbright College 1095 Confer Ave. Phone 2726-J Room 203-Senior Girls' Athletic Director Girls' Athletic Club Assembly Latin Health Education SPANGLER, MARY Now. I2 California Normal School Phone 3642-L Room 302-Eighth History Civics Spelling Penmanship ,-f l'I -w-'gg' .., fu s.. a-..-f-we. - I .: -T- ,,- .zi-1-. ..-.......... X ! Zi , -W-9':..---.5 .11--1' 5-rl Q XX SCHOOL ? Q ,-wy, ng-if: ew mm r. f , ,,,,,f - m:L.1:1' wr' N E' -13" 'fl R-s-v-w::'y -fn,1-muzv:-:.w:tx-"Krew-'nv' .,nf1Hw.v, z'f'x"1ss::1:L u , -ww '1"'. , -11 l N Cl ,ASS OFFICERS CHARLES R0RAnAur:u l'irr 1'rrrii1rnl Iinvmnn Ilrrn Prmidrnl I would not sit in the sem-ner's sent, Or hurl the cynic's han- Let me live in za house by the side of the road And he a friend to man. LILLIAN SNOWBAL1. Srn'wtury Do not then Stand idly waiting For some greater work to dog Fortune is a lazy goddess, She will never come to you. Let us do our work as well, Both the unseen and the seen, Make the house where gods may dwell Beautiful, entire, and clean. RUTH SPANGLER Trfasurwr At the devil's, booth are allwthings sold, Each ounce of dross costs its ounce of gold, For a cap and bells our lives we pay, Bubbles we buy with Il whole s0ul's tasking. V , ,,.f. ,J VH- K .mfs-it - We -. K f u " .- . FX " " 1-J . 2 . Q 'Wm , ' 'Q-xi.. g-e-1-,Xbox X . t y '-, .7-N51 ,, M . ff, 2 -. - ,W . EX wx . X Q5 if ,gi-A ,,,,,t,!igl- or ,eg 4,:'..r..x. ,mi X , ,Nm 1,5 X 3 .Vt -iw gk. I 4- .Rx Q: We 'fl' P -NT,-It ix 'sassfig'-t Q . lg X. ,t we "N 'fffifsf ' it M Q W xif y. "iw ' V-fe-gi ws. H 1 it-iff S' . W-f-M+.fE2W......,,,l..J7nL.,f' X X at feffik .lillli'3Qe31',:s X fl if or ef' 'ES QRS isxxlf we "W-"'m-'eff-f'ffff-42.2 A -ff.-1 -f..n,..w 1. L.-Q. t ....h ' Q tm N XXMQW E iii?-ggLg,g'if,1'1.N. A , . 4 'QXxVVf', , V ,xx 57,1 . ul 11-I: 1932 REFLECTOR'-'I Y sf L'-,if T-T' l .sly , ' . r -xl iw ,f 7 K . , ll n ,V Y- ,A if W lv If ' ' ? .Z-P , ' "' 4ff ZW! 01 , , Q ., in -Z wx 1 2 -.Q j:.,ffA I ff!1.'+ - - , 1? Ft, " f 1: ,-..,,, -P -1' Ziff' l ' ,AQ J L. "" Y a5,,r,,A,,.f W, , A. T 'W ' Scmor Play May 5 6 and 13 .May 19 .May 22 .May 25 .May 26 .June 6-9 Z, ff, - -J-------------'ra-QE 1932 mzn.EcTon-- ' 174, t'7'f 7 6 W -an-qt-ae as-1, ARUELL, WILLIAM Def. 13 Jerome, Pa. Aviation Science Club-1-2- 3-4, Track 1-3-4, Inter-class Basketball 4, Inter - c l a s s Track 2. BLOUGH, IQENNETH Aug. 29 Davidsville, Pa. Boys' Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Boys' Quartet 3, Double Mixed Quartet 2, Forensic League 2-3, "Belle of Barce- lona" 1, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, "The Golden Trail" 3, Track 1, Aviation Science 1, Mixed Quartet 4, Bass Solo 4, "Land O' Cot- ton" 4, "Sailor Maids" 4. BARRY, Ifliausx Ort. 9 Holsopple, Pa. Latin Club 1, Athletic Club 1-2-3, Home Economics Club 4, Glee Club 4, Girl Re- serves 4, Courier Typist 4, Inter-class Volleyball 4, In- ter-class Basketball 3, Con- servation Club 4 Sai or Maids' 4. BAUMBAUCIH Ermnu Dm. I4 815 Yickroy Ave. Forensic League 2-3 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Crirl Reserves 3-4 Inter-class Volleyball 3 hief Typist for Courier 4 Czirls Athletic Club 1-2-3-4 e e f Barcelon1 'Peggy and the Pirate 2 'H e Ciolden 'I' 'lil 3 r- chestra Pianist 4 Inter-class Basketball 4 Inter-g 'm Basketball 4 Sailor M1ids BOWSER Ronam' June 5 R. D. No. 4 ohnstown P1. Nature Club 1 Cloud Man- ners Club 2 Press Club 3 Athletic Club 4 Inter-gym Bas ethall 3 In er-class Basketball 4. Nllwgy, 's f 'W T 627-Si. ' "K Y ,, I te . 3 f x 4 N ' I I 1 X , f , . ' .1 - I2 , 1 V. f +, A - ' l ll X "B ll o tl' 1, X ke 4' cl , K Q . H - 3, 'T ,od " 3 'Ih N r. " ,o 1 2 2 v 1 N11 . " 4 , 5 H J , . . I J 2 U , Y 1 I F ' it , 'r I ,,f 1 ' X ff 7 If . I .. V if I U A, - 1 J 'Z iffy f 3 i I . A' I ' V, , 0,1 4.4. I , ' - , V ,.,' 'J . j , . .A V 1, 'I' I 47 f f ,, 5, 5' 'Z ' A . f , ': ' - ' -Q' ' ffm- "- at 'r H5 ,gf ,sf J 5 , J ,fzfifaf fs- I QS AALWINE, VVu.BeRT Der. 26 R. D. No. 4, Johnstown, Pa. Nature Club 1, Good Man- ners Club 2, Press Club 3, Boys' Athletic Club 4, Civic Committee 3, Reflector 3-4, Associate Editor 4, Hand- book 3, Associate Editor 4, Kitchen Force 3-4, Inter- gym Basketball 3, Hi-Y Club 4, Inter-class Basket- ball 4. Broom-1, GLENDON Sept. I2 914 Austin St. Aviation Science Club 1, Boys' Glee Club 2, "Belle of Barcelona" 2, Press Club 3. Civic Committee 3, Boys' Athletic Club 4. BLUM, DORIS May S 507 Summit A e. ' 'N cs 1' Athletic Club 32 'stswgi in' ub 1-2, Good anners C u , ' li7ftimt'teEj8, Inter s Vol eyball,Q4-,IN In- la s Basketball . ' BOARD XAIILMA March 9 406 C lenwood Ave. Dramatic Cl b 3-4 Girl Re- xserves 3-4 ls Glee C ub ' te class - a s .- B : et 4- orensic LQag.,ue ' Len T 'l Debat g 'lea at O 'le Tails . BAssE'rT ROBERT May 19 R. 1 Box 64 Johnstown Pa. Aviation Science Club 1-2-3- 4 Track 4. V . A '21 - ,'i?. 2 A F' AvA . ,t 4f f A -I fiat?-4 BRACKEN, ANGELINE Jug. 30 Tire Hill, Pa. Sewing'Club 1, Household C, ' 'xtry 2, Good Man- ners -4, Volleyball 4, Inter- class 'Basketball 3. BURGAN, DoNA1.n Dfw. 2 732 Ferndale Ave. Football Manager 3-4, Track Manager 2-3, Hi-Y Club 2- 3-4, Press Club 3, Vice President 4, Courier 3-4, As- sistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4, Glee Club 2, Debating Team 3-4, Forensic League 2-3, inter- class Baseball 3, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, Latin Club 2, llerculean Staff 2, lnter-class Basketball Manager 3, Scene Manager Uperettas 3, Assist- ant Basketball Manager 3, Basketball Manager 4, Co- Fditor Yellow jacket 4, Varsity F. Club 3-4. C.-uinx, Gmnys Junr 2.9 542 Ferndal Ave. r Girls' Athletic nb 1, -fivood Manners Cifb -' , Viiouse- hold Ch stry " y 3, In- ter-.ails ' l 'b 4, Inter- klzts: aske 4, Girl Re- s . 4, Qfirls' Glee Club 3-4, "lihe Golden Trail" 3, Typist, Courier 4, Secretary liome Room 1, Forensic League, Civic Committee 4, Secretary 4, Publication Committee 4, Inter-gym Basketball 4, "Sailor Maids" 4. Com, 'l'nl,m July 11 R. D. No. 2, Box 100, llolsopple, Pa. Sewing Club 1, llousehold Chemistry 2, Good Manners Club 3--!-, Volleyball 4, ln- ter-class Basketball 3, Girl Reserves 1. Cooluzk, l'iRl'lIllA DN. I2 972 Franklin St. Sewing Clnlv,Ql.,,,ll usehold Chemistry' 2-3?PreQfeilt ul- inary Club 4, lnt class Basketball 4, Volleyball 3. COLE N, w Jan. 26 R. D . , Holsopple, Pa. Natu tudy Club 1, Li- br n' ,lub 2, Boys' Athletic ,ub 3, Press Club 4, ltchen Force 4. BRANT, HELEN May 14 Riverside, Johnstown, Pa. Girl Reserves 2-3-4, House- hold Chemistry Club 1, In- ter-class Volleyball 4, Inter- class Basketball 4, Library Club 2, Secretary Library Club 2, Girls' Athletic Club 3, Good Manners Club 4, Girls' Varsity Basketball 4, Inter- fym Basketball 4. mamxo, l'1l.IZAlili'I'll Nofv. 10 436 Summit Ave. Good Manners Club 1, Dra- matic Club 4, Library Club 3, Volleyball 4, Basketball 4. i'i0RNE, RUTH Mar. 31 620 Glennwood Ave. Treasurer Good Manners Club 2, Orchestra 1-2-3, In- ter-class Volleyball 4, inter- class Basketball 3, Good Manners Club 1-2, Athletic Club 3, Dramatic Club 4, Secretary Courier 1, Reflec- tor 2, Glee Club 2-3-4, Band 2-3, Secretary 3, Civic Committee 3, Chairman So- cial Committee 4, Girl Re- serves 1-2-3-4, Girls' Quar- tet 4, Latin Club l, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, "The Golden Trail" 3, Forensic League 1-2-3-4. Hrrs, Rowman Srpi. 19 534 Summit Ave. President Class 2-3-4, Presi- dent Boys' Glee Club 4, President Orchestra 4, Art Editor Reflector 4, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Base l 4, Boys' Glee Club 2- Oys' Athletic Club 1, e toy' ' Staff, 2-4, Hi-Y ' 'A - ter. Commit- -Ffliterclass etball 1, ri F e 4, rchestra 453-, " he' ' den Trail" 3, Ba dK3g xed Quartet, Forensic League 2-3-4, "Land 0' Cotton" 4, "Sailor Maids" 4. . l ,, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, ax, -2 , ' 1, ,1 ,gf N.-,,x,ttg,1:f1',,!f 'I Q C A 1-excite, 542,-pf., 1 L- KXQXX Mill lll' lyff f ,flwff-"., fi Q4 ' i' it ' .'-' ' ' 2 'ffif . ,T?,,.,-Z., N, tygiiixbxg -MAQW? V, if , f J, ' l ,mgfff Siva., I l'--lgbfffsxlxg F -Ffxgev 1,--ff lin ffj Iii' . W X" HS 135' "' W ,. . ..-fflqflryl-l""2,.... 171, i, a . . -i-" X. 'Cixi' 'MM . .' VI K' ,x ki xr,-l,lf,5i ikfgx s K, C rife: -Xi , ' T'-,uh 'XQ 5, 1 , -xx .XC -., . ' fl : .4 vt ' .Vip " 5 if-xii, :. 1, 'Pi 'N '1 1 at af X ' 1 N, 1 7' Z'.fk'?R 1 E ,Z ,ji?j?lhNv yy KL. 4 . 3 ,f K.. :,!yj1.g J. Nzixezix-. .,x .4 .....,-..,..ggs ,.,,,,.-.,..,.,f:g:i..2'1""'..,3j1.. .f -.v ftvihf--99.-bl--X 5 - 32 N N A A -4 Hifi- 'ii C3----"5-71:22 3 ' ....- - ' 3: -.:::':.. " 'I X-ll . -w agafjs-' -" , , , "'- I " W' 'ui 1 K V er..-wswmmmazwusm -1 K-.1-',!y gif .. TAN, S Dssolrr, FRANK Mar. 28 Q Box 35, Maple Ridge, Pa. ' Commercial Club 1, Avia- tion-Science Club 2-3, Boys' , Gmouscxv, SUSIE Mar. 4 Athletic Club 4, Boys' Inter- V 430 Moxham Ave- class Basketball 3, Boys' In- . ter-gym Basketball 3, Base- i Volleyball 4, Sewing Club 1, ball 3, Household Chemistry, Cul- inary Club 4 . Goooi-IART, GRACE May 25 530 Ferndale Ave. 'Peggy and the Pirate" 2, "The Golden Trailu 3, In- ter-class Basketball 2, Inter- HU'-SUPP'-Ev MAF-'RICE NOW- 7 class Volleyball 4, Glee Club Hoovefsvllley Pil- 2-3-4, Girls' Athletic Club 1- . I I 2-3, Good Manners Club 1, Aviation-Science! Club 1, - Student Council 1-2, Civic BUYS file? Club. 233-4, , Committee 4, Girl Reserves TPCHEYN and the wilfafe. ?1 f 1-3-4, Secretary of Class 1, 'Phe Qfllden Trail 31 CIVIC , Treasurer of Class 2, Treas- SIfi0mIl13lI5CeN?, Iintirgc l as4s ' urer of Athletic Club 2-3, ,Vac . 1 'XC f OWS - President Girls' Glee Club 4, l'?rCn51C Eieague 2-3, HI-and Athletic Committee 3. 0 Cotton 4- F ..E,HER ERT JI 29 UU R Jemgqe, pa. uy H.xR'1'1.EY, LOUISE July 9 Secretary Athletic Club 3-4, 845 V1Ckl'0Y Ave- Boys' Athletic Club 1-2-3-4, N I H Football 3-4, Inter-class Mpeg?-'D' and the Plfafen 2- Track 4, Inter-class Basket- Hflfhe Bfllf of Baffilona lv ball 4, Inter-class Baseball 4, t lb? c'0g3deTi t'gl'i1l3 3f tln' V K-t.F'Clb4. er-cass ase a , ner- am 5 U class Volleyball 4, Glee Club HILL, HOMER May 17 1-2-3, Secretary 4, Girls' 717 Station St. Athletic Club 1-2-3, Good O ' 3, Debatin Team Manners Club 4, Student . it,,. Footbji 2-3-4, Council 1, Girl Reserves 3-4. oys' ' e Club -4, Vars- I Ltt 3-4 It - bile Egsketban 2,' soggy HARDING, MADELINE May 15 tic Club 1, t e " Jerome, Pa- ' 1 H 4. aeu , I ic ' e Inter-class Volley all 4, In- 3, Imer-class B al 2, In- iff-CMS Baskefba Y ter-class Track 2, Latin Club Rewfves 4- 0 Se d M em' 1-2, F L' L 2-3, Hg istry Ll 1 0 arlners Y Clggengiiv legs? Goldeln Club 2, ' cretary 4, Assist- Trailn 3, Athletic Committee am FY St- Couflff 4- 4, Student Council Represent- ative from School-at-Large 4, Kitchen Force 4, Secretary- k U Treasurer Boys' Glee ,ub 4, f H "Land O' Cotton" 4. 5 OVVARD, BERTHA Od. 27 fiRIFFIT DW ltr 28 906 Boyd Sr. R. D. . 1 os a. Aviation kim C 1, Sewing Club 1, Household Boys' Q, Club 2-3.4, Chemistry Club 2, Good "Piggy the Pirate" 2, Manners Club 4, Secretary 3. "The l Trail" 3, For- ' :Q eag 2-3-4, Football , ll a f' f KXXXXI-ll l 'mf fi! 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Boys' Glee Club 1-2-3-4, ll Varsity Basketball 3-4, Inter- "Belle of Barqlonllil 2' Afeg' 7 class Volleyball 4, Illter-class and the lllfllle gl lille ' Basketball 4, Girls, Glee Golden lrilll i3, Porenslc Club 3-4, Forensic League 3, League 2-3-4, Football 2-3, .UI-he Golden Trail-1 3, Dm- Inter-class Baseball 4, Inter- 1 lnatic Club 4, Art Club 3, Ulm lfafk 4' Bl'Skefl'l"'.2i Girl Reserves 4, Civic Com- iffth lxlAiCllelE,hlZ?rls1ean3' mittee 3 Mixed Chorus 3. ' ' ' ' Committee 4, Student Coull- -. , - cil Committee 3, Inter-gym lxlllll' HAfEl,A,- July J Basketball 4, "Land O' Cot- Dmldnlllel Pa' ton" 4 "Cat O' Nine Tails" Latin Club 2-3, Good Mani IIWFSRSALFI DFL QQ ners Cub 1-4, Householc - ',j', , " ' ' Chemistry 2, Girls' Athletic , fob f"e"""""'d, AW- 3, Chairman Program Com- Goody Manners C. ub 1-2, mittee 1, V o l l e 5' b all 1, xlerf alilsllgell Clll 3'4E,3g' Kit hell 4 ' 'Q " ' 'll' il ' Com , Student clllllll- Jlmls, LUAUAN July 15 cw , .Chairman Nlfubylicatioll AD. No. 4, Johnstown, Pa. :,im:1mlge3e4 'l"C.c1lrlil qblveg ramatic Club 3-4, Property 2-54 Latin' CIM: 1-2 Caretaker 4, Library Force ,U ahd the Pirate-l 5 l.-1-he 4, Inter-class Volleyball 4, Golden -I-mill, 3, forensic lflrl Reserves, 5'4" llllls League 2-3, Girls' Inter-class glee Clllll 'lf' Clvlc Cllmmll' Basketball 2, Herculean Staff tee 'lt Debafml-5 Teafn 4' Stu' Kl-:l.l.Hk, CA'l'llleRlNle Sept. Il dent Council 1, Social Com- 725 Summit Ave. rnittee 4, "Cat 0' Nine Tails" ., al Club 1 House- 'l' hold C 'HTFKXZ-3, Culilmrv KW, KPWHNIWN May 21 v ifliallal' llllmlil 824 Fern Place Basketball -4, Civlic Commit- Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Girls' we 4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Girl Re- Kaul-'MAN' MARX' Mar, 28 serves 1, Sewing Club 1, Box 91, Holsopple, Pa. Dramatic Club 2-3-4, Care- Good Manners Club 1-2, taker of Property 3, Corre- Sewing Club 3, Dramatic SP0Ufllll1-I SCCFCTHFY4, OFKHU' Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, ization Committee Chairman Volleyball 2-4, Latin Club 2, 3, Courier Reportorial Stall Forensic League 3, l'The 3, Civic Committee 4, "Belle Golden Trail" 3, Civic Com- of Barcelona" 1, "Peggy mittee 3, Good Manners and the Pirate" 2, l'The Club 1, Girls' Glee Club 3-4, Golden Trail" 3, Forensic Conservation Club 4, Basket- League 1-2-3. ball 4, KNAPP, HEl.liN Der. I6 KAUFMAN, HELEN Uri. 8 Holsopple, Pa. Box 91, Holsopple, Pa. Track 1-2-3-4, Inter-class Good Manners Club 1, Dra- Volleyball 1-4, Inter-class 1 matic Club 2-3-4, Glee Club Basketball 4, Girl Reserves 3-4, ASSTSIHIII SGCYEIZIFQ' DHA- 3, Secretary and 'rreamlrer matic Club 4, Inter-class Orchestra, Mixed Chorus 3- Volleyball 4, Inter-class 84, Girls' Glgg Club 2-3-4. Basketball 4, Kitchell Force lil-ls' Athletic Club 1-2-3-4, , 3, General Kitchen Manager ivic Committee 4, Orchestra f 3-4, Olhce VVork 3, Forensic 1-2-3-4, "Peggy and the Pir- l League 3-4, "The Golden ate" 2, l'The Belle of Barce- ' Trail" 3, "Sailor Maids" 4. lotta" 1, "The Golden Trail" 3, Courier 3, Latin Club 1, f Inter-gym Basketball 4. ll . K l f 'l' - , ,,,- - ' Q- Arjen . -- ,,., ff- U "ff,,f.' -jijf' ff,-' ft Qill'Ql'ffHi ,M ff ' A ,., - are lik' s .,,, at tim. ., qv., -,RN X Q : 3 , XSXQN' ' 'jews' Il,j,, S af ll ll - - f-t-- M , at 1 X 1 4 - - tw , 41 ' ..:' , 1 5,1-Xxyt gli, l N . ' lkN,,.,' gf' M N31 ffigffbj- ..,, ,X XV i I y .Arg Y ' 1' J--"iz Q ,',,v 5' X 5' -be Xfff- N QQ'-' W -W , L , ,.,, .,,73:,,.,, ,,,. , N , , V - - X .no Q, 4 .:. 'H -5,9 --- EA, "" " - ,. ,,-3 -f:--- - lk : 1 ff : ...............DQ1.t....D:gl1X ,. 5 2 if we -.-'Ql'lffQ'gl , es.3Ql'fe-'eil-1..eeg,,4. ill. T' 1 . 1, N- if .lf 3, ' - gf, ,Q 3 e .ei iam 5'?EFLECTOR--- ? , -"1 ' ' 1 . , , K 1' ! 5. f KOTCHIN, FRANK Mar. 16 MICHLO, H LE hm-l 30 Jerome, Pa, Hol o le, Pa. Nature Study Club 1, Travel 3 I Club 2, Commercial Club 3, Vo ' 1, ' rl Athletic Science Club 4, Football 3. Cl b - -4 X 'eh ld Chem- istry Clu 3 K0'rCHiN3e?0R,gZvN:a Mar' 51 Livixosrox, RU'l'lI Jan. 1 ' ' R. D. No. 4, Johnstown, Pa. Aviation Science Club 1, Sewulg Club 1' H0uS,eh?ld Athletic Club 2-3, Dramatic ChF"gft'g' fm' 24' fum" Club 4, Baseball 4, Football an ' U ' 2-3. LEUNARD, DOROTHEA Dre. 8 MAGGS, HARRlE'l' .Iunr 15 550 Harlan Ave. ,' Holsopple, Pa. 1 Girls' ,,' ' ,lub - -4, Basketball 3-4, Household Vo , affclf 2, Latin Chemistry Club 3, Good ubbk' lrls' Basketball 4. Manners Club 4, Volleyball 4, Kitchen 3-4, Latin Club 3. MCCARTNEY, ROBERT June 26 Jerome, Pa. M0oN, RUTH May 7 Davidsville, Pa. Bbys' Glee Club 2-3-4, Dra- ,X atic Club 1, Latin Club 1, Good Manners Club 1, Dra- ' Y Club 2-3-4 Secretary matic Prep Club 2, Girls' - 4, Orchesti-a 1-2-3-4, Athletic Club 3, Dramatic , Fore sic League 2-3-4, "Peg- Club 4, Treasurer 4, Glee f 'fy and the Pirate" 2, "The Club 1-2-3-4, Inter-class ,yr Colden Trail" 3, Reflector Volleyball 3, Inter-class , K il Staff 4, Woodwork Club 1, Basketball 4, Kitchen Force ,X Inter-class Baseball 4, "Land 4, Student Council 4, Forlen- ' O' Cotton" 4 "Cat O' Nine s'c League 2-3-4 " he V Teilell 4, Advertising Men- olden Teeill' 3, f'The Belle ager of Reflector 4. of Barcelona" 1, "Peggy and ' the Pirate" 2. , Llscolsllsii, Joi-IN Jan. 3 jerome, Pa. Interclass Basketball 3, In- KRASOVETL MQRTIN F1119-18 ter-class Baseball 3, Inter- TUC Hill, P3- gym Basketball 3, Inter-class VV d W k Cl b 1 N t Track 3, Football 3-4, Ath- l 00 of U l aufe letic Committee 3-4, Nature Studl' Clflb ll Travel Cluh Study Club 1, Dramatic , 2, Athletic Club 3-4. Club 2-3, Athletic Club 4. l Pl ill l 5 al 1 Iliff!!-'f . X ,N 't,:'e.,j-.Q xE:g,fX,isl 5 5 5, , ,f,,! !'i,,. f vm Q mfE.,,'M,-hMe!-.,f'x'.xsxL'i,1 kfvnrill,,h,'f",,f,.,f"jfi," I!! 1,1 ff' fl, A , y il le ,exe-ff of 01 ' "r -"i 'T -F' e ....-f-"4 eff, V Q . , "" - . , 0 N i V, ,ll 341 I Aadqym-We, , . ,V .Lt - , lv I Y j am . - X xxf, QQ -1 XM! '- , TQ?-3-,m,n,,,,,,wag .,..e e,------e-----'W S- .zafr .i,fep.- T -gee? -f 1 W ,. 1.5 Q gf N- 4' .-. f Nll' . . 1 P. . tlxbkzlpf V, f .J If 'flllftl NTOORE, BERNARD Jan. 24 Rlmlzk, Esrlmx Ori. 4 509 Summit Ave. 432 Ferndale Ave. Aviation-Sci e Club 1, Gir's' Athletic Cl lt 1-2-4 1 Ttav 'Clll t Athletic Cllllf Girl Reserves 1-2-3Ll4, Girls: Z 2'l'l't lffh l l l'C9B3tk lgfl Glee Club 2-3-4, Operetta 3, ' ' u r-c ass as'et a Assembly program Commit- , 141 ' 'flffss Busfllull 14, tee 4, Inter-class Volleyball inte -ass 'lrack 3, Student 4, Interagyrn Volleyball 2, Sonflgllrlft IfLWg'gYf2 Basket- Varsity Basketball Squad 3, V1 t 'UC flua . Inter-class Basketball 4, Latin Club 1-2, Civic Com- mittee 4, Courier Staff 2-3-4, Basketball Manager 4, Track Nlsas, Dolzo1'ln'. Feb. 19 Manager 4, "Cat 0' Nine 556 Summit Ave. Tailg- 4, Dramatic Prep Club 2, Dra- matic Club 3-4, Inter-class MURRM-y W I M NML20 Volleyball 4, Inter-class Riv 5' 'johnsm .H pa' Basketball 4, Girls' Glee Ajfl, Science Q bil Li- Club 2. r y cltllt 2, Latit cltilt 2 lood Manners Club 3-4, iii- ! Y Club 4, Kitchen Force 4, RORABAUCH, fHt1RLES Mar. 2 Inter-Class Basketball 3, ln- 900 Sllmmlf AVC- ter-gym Basketball 3, Inter- :Q Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball Glas, Baseball 3. ' 1-2-3-4, Inter-class Basketball 2-3-4, lnter-class Baseball 4, PADENY q3l,,1m-5 July 12 1 Inter-class Track 4, Athletic H1-,lgopple pa' i C -- -2-2-4. Treasurer Girls' Athletic ' Club 1-2 A "g luh 'lj VUTSBY F- Household Chemistry Club 3, Clllll . 3'3"l', 'I ffflsllfef F- Good Manners Club 4, Kitch- Club , Student Council 3, en F1-,ree 4. Ulee Cl 'T , Hi-Y Club 3-4, Courier ter-class Tennis 0l,l1H,1M, AR,,E,'I, jan' 17 2, Vice Pre. nt 3-4, Presi- 434 Moxham Ave. l llflll 1-2, " " Belle of Inter-class Basketball 4, Boys' Barcelonal' 1 " gy iflld Glee Club 1-2, Vice Presi- flffhpffflfe. -2. 0, Nine dent 4, "Belle of Barcelona" lllllst HIW ' l 2'3"l'- 1, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, "Land O' Cotton" 4, Hi-Y Club 3-4, Aviation Science RUSH. Pilfi-INK . Mar. 9 Cl h 1, Athletic ,lub 3, 711 5Ummlf Ave- ou ier Staff 2,1 orensic lllter-class' Basketball 3,N In- L-Lga ue, Rgigtpr v Ed,-nm. f ter-class iolleyball 1-3, Sew- Reflector 4', eerie der 2-3- ing Club 1-2, Household 4, "Cat O' Nine Tails" 4, Chemlsffl' Club 3, Home Inter-class Baseball 4, De- ' Economics Club 4, Secretary hating Team 3, Mixed l Sewing Club 2, Treasurer Cho,-Us 4.1 llousehold Chemistry 3. Reese, MARY Jo July 21 l 708 Summit Ave. " Roselvltxx, ELMYRA Jan. 30 Sewing Club 1, Dra atic S51 Glenlwood Ave Club 2-3-4, Pl-ellllyi 1 Dm- Girls' GIGS lllh 3 CW' matic Club 4, Chr eserves iuz Club 3 auuers 1-2-3-4, Gle lub , Mixed Club 3 matic Club 4, Chorug 4, rier aff 1-2. Uflice 3- , Inter-cl ,s Volley- - V' r iden ,lass 2, ball 2, Inter-class Basketball t ss llevl l 1-2, 2, Forensic League 3-4, "The ti ,luby 1 6,2261-tra 1- Golden Trail" 3, Girl Re- 2 -4, Dehagin '1'eams4, ln. SCFVCS 1-2-34. "Sflll0l' ' ter-class Basketball 4, "Cat Millflf' 4- O' Nine Tails" 4. , l l 1 'i ' .l , If . Nt lt 'lil l l 5 f ' , l fy 1 K X J f Y, 'V 5 an 1. N 1, , aggwv .cL',1? 3xNQ'-,X - lv !',:,'2 .4 A ' d 'ii lllliififsfla --of 311- Q? ff! 'X -- "AM ,,-Qi--1: Wt, L 1 1f?1l.f,N2jif-tm l W 1 tx NXW - . ij wi' 5 5 Sv' u Y-., 1 1-'Mlm " ' , .gli ? x an-" N xx S l Q 1 , , X . fit ,A 1 ll - f' lx, 1 l , 1 1 1 t ff 1 2 - . ' K lk' lf f-:Q Vi L. -.3 '1 waz for LEc'ron- 'X . 41? RoseMAN, Rum May 31 R. D. No. 7, Box 282, Commercial Club 1, Library Club 2, Art Club 3, House- hold Chemistry Club 4, In- ter-class Volleyball 4, Inter- class Basketball 4. SCHII-'Fl-IAUER, CHARLES 404 Glennwood Ave. Dec. 31 Aviation Science Club 1, Boys' Glee Club 2, "Peggy and the Pirate" 2, Student Council 2-3, President Stu- dent Crruncil , ess Club R4-,Q 'r e , President 4, ' uri 2 , ditor 4, T ndy M nager 3-4, Assist- ant Fo tb l Manager 3-4, Assgnliy mgram Commit- tee 4, l-Y Club 2-3, Presi- dent 4, Debating Team 3, Forensic League, Ticket Seller 3-4, Inter-gym 3, Civic Committee 4, Co-editor of Yellow Jcket, Stage Man- ager, Inte -class Basketball 4, Extempo aneous Speaker, 4. SNOWBABI., LILLIAN July 27 535W ickroy Ave. Girls' tletic Club 1-2, Press Cl , Secretary 3, Good Ma ers Club, Presi- dent nt -class Basketball 4, In cl ss Volleyball 3, Captain 1- Student Council 2. Secreta XM, Courier Re- porter 2- 1, Typist, Courier 4, Girl Res rves 3, Vice Pres- ident 4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Publication Committee Chairman 3, Organization Committee 3, Latin Club 1, Class Secretary 3-4, Forensic League, Poster Committee 4, Civic Committee 1, HThe Belle of Barcelona" 1, "Peg- gy and the Pirate" 2, HThe Golden Trail" 3, "Sailor Maids" 4, Reflector 4. SAvI.ok CI.n-'Forum July 9 R. F. D. No. 7, Commercial Club 1, Latin Club 2, Dramatic Club 2, Library Club 3, Aviation Club 4, Herculean Staff 2. SHAFFER, Marian June 15 639 Vickroy Ave. Girls' Athletic Club 1-2-3-4, Inter-class Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, Inter- class Volleyball 4, Girls' S Arruk, MAk'1'1N .-ljsr. 21 R. No. 1, Box 53, Aviation Science Club 1-2-3-4 SPANGLER, RUTH Apr. 26 S00 Ferndale Ave. Athletic Committee 4, Social Financial Committee 4, Girls' Committee 3, "Sailor Maids" 4, Latin Club 1, Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Girl Reserves 1-2, Secretary 3, President 4, Athletic Club 1-2, Vice Pres- ident 4, Press Club 3, Stu- dent Council 2, Civic Com- mittee 4, Assembly Program Committee 3, Chairman 4, Volleyball 4, Inter-gym Basketball 4, Varsity Squad 3-4, "Belle of Barcelona" 1, "Peggy and the Piratel' 2. The Golden Trail" 3, Cour- ier 2-3-4, Reflector 4, Treas- urer of Class 1-2-3-4. TEI.ENKO, DANIEL July 17 Jerome, Pa. Chairman Athletic Commit- tee 4, Student Council Rep- rese tive 2, Reflector 1-2- 3 letic Club 1, Varsity . 2-3-4, President Athletic , Athletic C0m!j,,'1ee,s T ' 3-2-3-4, Inter agfifrc 4, Inter- class Baseball 4 Inter-class Basketball ,f Inter-gym Basketball 4, ootball 1-2-3- 4, Basketball 2-3-4, Inter- class Tennis 4, Letter Club 2-3-4, Dramatic Club 2. RHYAN, HELEN Sept. 16 Jerome, Pa. Girls' Athletic Club 1-2-3, President letic Club 4, Inter-class ey all 4, Cap- tain 2-3, " Athletic Committee 3, Force 3, TraclfS' 3, r-class Basketball 1, ar" et- ball 2-3-4, Ma er Bas - ball 3, Captain et Cheer Leader 3- , Vice President Class 2, Girls lee Club 4, Girl Reserves 4. SELIP, JOHN Jan. 15 Jerome, Pa. Inter-class Basketball 3, Civic Committee 3, Wood- work Club 1, Nature Study Club 1, Boys' Glee Club 2, Aviation-Science Club 3-4, Candy Manager 3-4, Kitchen Ticket Seller 3-4, Secretary Glee Club 2, Track 1-2-3-4, Aviation-Science Club 3, Latin Club 2, t'Peggy and Kitchen Finance Manager 3- the Pirate" 2. 4, Latin ,Club 1. . f ill Q li , , "4-1 '-Vl Xtvxlxllll if I x . ' t , 1 If .jst gl ff 1 ff... XX .t .. I 1 , .C N 3 X- -- ffff ,f I - -3 4 . r, ,Y I, -'X ,N , J, .., ,-, I, 4' ,- ff Ar , , . , I 35,5 -,..:.:..,W,,f?i1,', J I,i, 1 . , ff ,ff , J - , ,HQ 4 2 -1.f-551.141-sa 1 1 w 1 llll X - s .E 2. -vaa - ---- - - e- "W, K .f Ny ' t ' --'me 1932 nEFl.s:c1'oR a . i Q, U LZ '51 . . Y .L SHEETS, ANDREW .lan. 22 Srsck, VANESSA Srpf. 9 Jerome, Pa. H0lS0PPlei Pa- Inter-class Basketball 4, In- v Y I terclass Baseball 1-4, Inter- Ciirls Athletic Club 1-2-3, gym Basketball 4, Football 2- Ggwd Manners Club 4, 3-4, Kitchen 3-4, Art Club Kltchen 4- 2, Athletic Club 1-3-4, Vars- ity F. Club 4. VVl1.l.lA:vlsoN, RUTH Fcb. I8 Davids ille Pa. VIRGIN, RICHARD Oct. 18 lyra ,lc Yl, ,2-3Y Vice R. D. No. 2, Foustwell, cal n Librarian Dra- Holwpplei Pa- ai 'uh 4, Library cliili , t' Cl b 1-2, C' lx' Aviation Science Club 1, ,leeagil 1.lE-3-4y Gil-lszlilf. Glee Club 1-2-4, "The Belle tapclaaa volleyball 4,1 Ra- of Barcelona" lv Orchestra flector 3-4, Student Council gi Erick 1'2'4i Football 3-4, Civic Committee 3, 'llla - Courier 3-4, Kitchen Checker 4, Forensic League, "Belle of Barcelona" 1, "Peggy and - the Pirate" 2, "The Golden Trail" 3, Reception Com- Ssesuglgzg MAIEH' ANow. 13 mittee 3, "Cat O' Nine Tails" ummlt ve. 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Good ll' Manners Club 3, Volleyball VV LKERNLEWIS 4 4, Basketball 1, Girl Reserves .ell 1, Commercial Club 1. nic Club' 1-2 Prev l lub 3, Good Manners Club , H 4 Candy Manager 3-4, De- 26 ' as et a 3, 'ice resiient Girls' Athletic Club 16' llgtliilsrid Ctiiiiinitgee lllolibreiigiki Dramatic ClUb Sewing Ieqgue ' Club 2, Orchestr 1-2, Girls' ' ' ' Glee Club 1-2 4, Girl Re- serves 1-2-3 , 'Peggy a ,A a , the Pirate" , "Th,e eil 5'EMf,fla,lgf R DAQ" 22 Tra'l" orensic e gue, ' ' ' ' ' ' von 2, Girls' mei- H"'S0PP'e' Pa' 1 class sketball 2 " elle of ood or 'hlb 'ess Barc a" 2 Y ssistant ti' ' i Club 1- Lead Gifs' l Club 4, : fl M , Club 2' AS- Librarian Gi ' Gee Club S 'lf mess Manage' 1, Girls' Quartt 3-4. C A mer 4" WEAVER, JOHN 07' 3 STUVER, RI.CHAlED , J Ihilllversldeb l 0 nstown, a. " P 's ub 3, Dramatic Club Inter-class Basketball 3, , Assistant Business Man- Good Man Club 1, Li- ager Courier 4, Publication l brary Q 2, Boys' Glee Committee 3, Woodwork Club 3- , Inter-gym Basket- Club 2, Inter-class Basket- ball 3, Operetta 3, Track 3, ball -l-. Basketball 2-3, i'I.ZlIld U' Cotton" 4. J xxkxgaav , t X Q.. 'X X X xiii V we-XXX X lxxlxlli I!! , I f ,. 14, , l . ,f 4 , 4 i, ' K 1 4 ' fafgw' la,- XT: ii ,.f---" . -' . --fwf- .-li, N- t ,uv-,417 . ,,,,,.., .l Y, v , , f HX l N , i , ..- ,,,.--- 5 ,X . I-If 1,-.. -. I .i 4 Vey-., . -.1 1 ,U lwar, I .- X X ,ma xX , l f f N X iNiiR1.kXXXi', nikki if i l ff .. X N-. ."i3:,f'-' , - a XX--.N '-.ax iixai -,X Xi',iXR i',X,,i,1,l 3 lf! flfi, 4 a ,,,, X , ,,,, -- ,NX N Maxx s.N'.,k!.g,-,A if .Vx-ai, . illljfflvf X, . , ,A 'X ,v .gy N'-.Q -'53 'i ,...1. ' i i 1- 4 .-4,5 "Th - 5 . ffl 1 3 sis.: .. -' l- 4--is X' , 5 sf i i l 'X ix J l, - -- -A ' ill Niieiw i. Q X V6 ,A X st " 'C' X ' Wi 'lr i' - 2413 'w . ku, .Nr -. -lx -.s. . ,.- , X K' 't Wt. ?-Y. X 'n 'ex .X 2,5 I 1' X f his?-4' Younolrss, MICHAEL June I0 R. D. No. 4, Box 124, Johnstown, Pa. Aviation Science Club 1, Press Club 3, Dramatic Club 2-4, Latin Club 2, Hercu- YEATTER, AURELXA Dec. 19 1601 Franklin St. Commercial Club 1, Sewing Club 2, Household Chemis- try Club 3, Culinary Club 4, Volleyball 4, Inter-class Basketball 4. SMITH, FLORENCE Fab. 21 R. D. No. 4, Johnstown, Pa. Volleyball 1, Girls' Athletic Club 1-2-3-4. M X 5 X 00 ' 'i - ff f ' , 1 1 , - , , 'J ,. H ft 77" I Z af' 140174 -:zap 2 'ijiliizli fd I 17 f - ' ' W":-'W THE 1932 REFLlCT0l- lean Staff 2, Civic Commit- tee 3, Student Council 3-4, Chief Justice 4, Inter-gym 3, Assistant Business Manager Courier 4, Boys' Inter-class Basketball 4. WISSINGER, WAL1'ER Der. 9 702 Glennwood Ave. Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-3-4, Inter- class Baseball 4, Inter-class Track 4, Inter-class Baseball 1-, Inter-gym Basketball 4, In- ter-class Basketball 1, Ath- letic Club 1-3, Vice President 2, Athletic Committee 4. Vice President Athletic Club 4, President Letter Club 4, Varsity F. Club 2-3-4, Hi-Y Club 4. ZIMMERMAN, RALPH Jan. 28 R. D. No. 4, Johnstown, Pa. Boys' Athletic Club 4. 1 ff-45 fill: 7 -THE 1932 nal-'Lscron HISTORY A brilliant company of 105 successful American boys and girls gathered Septem- ber 4, 1929, for a polar expedition with the North and Commencement as their dis- tant longed for goal. Under the able leadership of Ruth Mae Putman, Commander Helen Ryan, Captain of Finance, Ruth Spanglerg Ship Secretary, Grace Goodhartg the expedition got as far as the sun-kissed Shore of Acadia. For some, this part of the iourney meant the end of the voyage. Here fifteen students, lacking the stick-to-it-iveness of the remaining members, departed for other lands. Ninety survived and spent three months at Honest John's Trading Post in the Hudson Bay Country. As September drew nigh, the eager company again gathered together their regalia and started on their quest for the treasure, the Diploma. Before the voyage was resumed, the ninety students took the name of sophomores with helmsman, Charles Rorabaughg pilot, Mary -lo Reese, Captain of Finance and Secretary of Ship remaining thesame. As a relief from their life of leisure, the group started to enter the career of journalists. Every one spent his coin lavishly in the senior kitchen and on candy. In a great snowstorm the company stopped one day. ln the shadow of the pole in the dazzling, brilliant, diamond-studded wastes of Greenland. Reveling in their great wisdom and sagacity, the Juniors with eighty-nine mem- bers again made their way. Ed. Hite, having been very successful in helping guide the excursion, was chosen as helmsman, and Charles Rorabaugh, a general favorite, gladly accepted the rank of pilot. Secretary of Ship, Lillian Snowball, and Captain of Finance, Ruth Spangler. Very early the company scratched their heads for schemes, outside of looting, to gather gold to expend on the great banquet which was approaching. Several plans were organized, su'ch as candy selling and cafeteria as previous classes had done. To celebrate with the seniors, the crew of the expedition donned their good clothes and gave a party, which much to their dismay put them in the red. The Juniors turned their forces again toward the North. Not long before the parting of the Seniors, a grand banquet was given them by the Juniors. These anxious excursioners had the honor of having the most successful and best decorated Junior and Senior Reception. On the night of all in their long journey, the juniors and Seniors were gloriously thrilled. After another annual test of knowledge and courage, the company again stopped and separated for a time. They marched to victory along the ice fields of athletics. On varsity football and basketball teams the members of our company were well represented. The crew bore down a lot of competition and flared in the bright ray of the northern lights in the literary and music fields. The expeditioners, who up to this time were not very spectacular, began to shine. The dignified and vain crew took on the name of Seniors in August 31, 1931. Three of our members left the group to start home life in the wilds of the north. uf, ' r .-, ' '. ssc' .1121 ' , , tw 1 1 2 s f' I I gggfjkvxxgixt, ESQ h Qsxx , - Q . 14.1, R ..: F Km ' ' -.Ny - . , 'iw 'I 1 " P41 AX ' 9' if? -.. 'S U 'TT ' ' " , .... .- - f f - f 5 ' V Niki ' .f fi 4 I ,..,,.. 59 ff ,. lull, I ,J riff' W.. fr y Wi' i. 5. fa at 1 X All . Il k b QI. jf.Yf A ' 3- .1! K'- qil , x.N 1, THE 1932 REFLECTOR-' f rf, X Q Three others left for various reasons so that we were ready to start our senior year with 83 of our previous 105. The officers of the Senior crew remained the same as the Junior crew. The life of the senior crew was 'one of anxiety and passed quickly. The com- pany adopted the magazine campaign in order to increase their already heightening fortune. The second endeavor of the group materialized into a Thanksgiving Dance which afforded much pleasure to everyone. A candy contest was then started in which candy sellers were dividedinto two groups, each trying to out-sell the other. March came along and with it the second dance of the company which was a St. Pat's affair. Tossing all care to the winds, a huge crowd assembled to be -entertained by the Senior Play, "Cat o' Nine Tails." Laudable talent was displayed by the ac- tors, and all their fellow excursioners rejoiced at their success. Then came the last venture-the Washington tour. We all had a grand time and hated to leave the capitol city. E And now, we gather again perhaps for the last time, with the treasured diploma in our hands, and with our hearts overflowing with joy in the realization of the golden dreams it held for us, we can only cherish these memories and wish the same happiness to other voyagers as the sun sets and our high school career fades out in the dusk of the polar night. , Xg lllf e WM, 4,1 W i 01 f ff . W T ' . ff ii H f fs i 'f 1 ' A 2 my . w '.,. ' 1 1 fx , . ' T fear 5? ' l f I Q rel. 1. . - .. e '. - i --I' A 45 ' ,LQ ?'f ,,5"""' .1 - 4,1 fi .-. , e e 2. mm-THE 1932 REI'-'LECTUR CLASS PROPHECY Moonlight, stars shining, ice and snow, everywhere peace and quiet. The moon has caused the wide, unbroken expanse of ice to gleam in an almost ethereal beauty. To this I had come to seek my fortune! But what could I accomplish here, hidden from all signs of civilization. Oh! Little did I think, when the theme of the Far North had been used in our year book back in '32, that some day I should experience that bare reality. Oh! 'tis only too true we look back upon those years with mingled pain and pleasure. Yet they were the good old days. We were all so young and full of life, carefree and hopeful, rejoicing in our youth, defying the world to show us some job we wouldn't tackle. Then the challenge came, and like gladiators of old, ready for the combat we grappled with the realities of life, one at a time until now, oh. Master of Visions, whercare they allgthose who were as brothers and sis- ters to me? Darkness! - Darkness! - Groping toward a far distant light, I see- The mystic veil is rent and I peer through the narrow opening of a slowly receding curtain. Surely my eyes are deceiving me-but no, it is the capitol and there comes the President, none other than Homer Hill. Ed. Hite, Secretary of State, and Lillian Snowball, the President's Secretary, have left in a preceding car. In the Senate Cham- ber Whom should I see but Lillian jones, occupying the Chair from Pennsylvania fsuccess attributed to her debating experience when a Seniorj. As the scene slowly receded, it seemed to me that I saw familiar figures in the foreground. It's growing plainer--I am assured without doubt. Danny Telenko, successor to Rockne fame at Notre Dame, and "Zeke" Wissinger, lauded line coach at Pitt, are returning from the National Coaches' Conference. But that store they entered! Kotchin Brothers- I wonder! Dwight Griffith, Manager. Madeline Harding, Bertha Howard and Helen Michlo on the office staff. Certainly it is a branch of the nation-wide concern founded by Brownie and Frank Kotchin. But now I must be in the west, for palms are growing in profusion on this college campus. Entering the "gym" I find Richard Virgin, wrestling coach, demonstrating the art of acquiring broad shoulders, while Ruth Williamson, Instructor of Social Sciences, is crossing the campus toward the "dorm," John Weaver is also laboring in this land of perpetual summer, preaching to the natives of the mountains. The magic wand now wafts me back to New York where I find myself enter- ing the Grace Goodhart Hospital in which Doris Blum, Tillie Cola, Dorothy Kal- tenbaugh, Pauline Rose and Elmyra Roseman are pursuing with great diligence their chosen profession of nursing. Farther down the street, I see an odd-looking building, with the inscription, "Small Men Welcome." Bernard Moore's establishment, who, with his cohorts, Ralph Zimmerman, Richard Stuver, Joe Stemac, Martin Shaffer, and Martin Krasovetz, is endeavoring to add inches to the stature of those "who would be tall." He employs as dietitians Dorothea Leonard and Ruth Livingston while Ruth Roseman and Mariaii Shaffer carry the burden of nursing. Again the scene changes and--yes, indeed! It's dear old Ferndale High I see on the hill. Charles Schilfhauer, Principal, and Gladys Callen, his secretary, are will ! 410 H -W, "io-, ty I I x 'xxx .N H.. - I-xxx ' A , Q i 1 , f ' ifffiffikf ' , -, , X xx X -..f - s - - - -af a 1 . 1 - X x S5955 .m::tb.,.:R q-,,,....... N ' - ,- X- f X l f'ij'ff',iiii3 web---1-"5-s.,.. avg. r I4 -1 1 xxx 5"'i5,,:f,:r:RSS',c FX ,E f it X A U :I . Q If gg. fg- ,Q 'S .-L s' is fr - -t gs af- 3 C ' THE 1932 REFLECTOR--- f JA? F 1 ,X IQ 2 Qs f f, searching for the solution of the Crowded halls' fRemember?j, and in the "gym" is Helen Ryan, Girls' Physical Education Instructor. The delicious meals served at the huge cafeteria are prepared by a large staff of expert dietitians among whom are Helen Kaufman, Hazel Keim, Harriet Maggs, Ruth Moon, Gladys Paden and Vanessa Steck, who purchase all dairy products from the Johnstown Dairy Company, owned by Wilbert Alwine. Anorchestra 'composed of talented graduates has been organized as a means of publicity and among the members I see Elmira Baumbaugh, Gwendolyn Kitto, Helen Knapp, Robert McCartney, Mary Jo Reese and Violet Walker. Herbert Fuller is the favorite "buster" on the school buses between Jerome and Ferndale. Kenneth Blough, manager of the Ferndale HA. Sc P.," states that his friend, Bill Ardell, in co-o eration with Robert Bowser, is now a millionaire b the tremend- P Y ous profit reaped from his "Hair Straight," a comfort to many men who suffer from a curly crop. , , It grows hazy! Is the day of revelation over. No! News flashed across the sky in streaks of lightning. Listen! John Legonish, who has suffered the agonies of a hospital, is now devoting his life to an Athletic Clinic as "Bone Setter Legonishf' Isabel Jones, Esther Rager and Ruth Horne have successfully opened a New York branch of their famous beauty school. Clifford Saylor received his appointment to the National Supreme Court Bench. The latest sensation on the radio is the orchestra conducted by Helen Barry composed of Robert Bassett, Glendon Blough, Angeline Bracken, Elizabeth Garland, Maurice Holsopple, and Mary Kaufman. Accompanying these jazz artists are Louise Hartley and Bill Murray, renowned television tap dancers. To their manager. Lewis Walker, and his secretary, Catherine Keller, goes much of the credit for their success. Mary Seesholtz has opened a Tribune Cooking School in Jerome. Ruth Spangler is installing a new system of banking in the First National Bank of Johnstown where she is head cashier. Helen Brant has been appointed Honorary President of the huge Brant Lum- ber Company. V Andrew Coleman has been awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in recognition of his marvelous method used by all bakeries in the U. S. to prolong the average life of an errand boy. Q Wilma Board has scored a tremendous hit in her first appearance as the t"Span- ish Dancing Queen" at the nightclub owned and operated by Charles Rorabaugh and Frank Desort in New York. ' Freida Cooper, Susie Girouscky and Aurelia Yeatter are the latest discovery on Broadway, to be billed as the "Blond Favorites." MIM 2 f L X Xfijf -1.-.ff xl , f , ff Mfg f I-fav ".. lf! f m e . -.-.--1.e. a .L , If l , I F 4 . Z' .. em ,AA . , - 1 S U I , . , f f- .- . , ' qi! yy? LJ? RX! A i Wk x i Tom Huber has been selected by the New York Times Ardell Oldham Editor and Donald Burgan, Business Manager, as the most outstanding aviator since "Lindy." U ' V r-,P Y 3 1 1 Va' 5 'Tn ""z'V'4 Q4 W P A4' " fr " W Xi 1 ff! ' 33 if 1.5 F""THE 1932 REFLECTOR 1 Jr 4 y v 9 jolin Selip, the Scientific Wizard, is at the present moment in danger of con- tracting pneumonia. 4 Andrew Sheets has been accomplishing great deeds as President of the Pennsyl- A vania Humane Society. Michael Youhouse today received his appointment as Secretary of Inntemal Af- fairs. Q He usually had the inside dope anywayJ-- OOhl What's that ?--er--there! Why this is just my little ice hut and a whole day's hard work 'before me. Anyway it's a good thing that old alarm didn't zo off any sooner or this prophecy might never have been finished. WW Q, I M f w all ,di QR A QRS? . X 7 ii 4 .W jul, X- 1 ' XL' 5, 1. ?bvJl.. Awllllllh eff WE 3- .l L THE 1932 REFLlCTOR-- fy I x l , 9 CLASS WILL b We, the Senior class of '32, in the act of departing from this school, do-thereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, in the manner and form following: Item A: To the faculty, we give our most sincere thanks for their part in our success. Item B: ' To the school at large, we bequeath the happy memory of the class of '32, and our greatest hopes for a successful high school career. . Item C: To the Juniors, we bequeath our stately position in the school, and hope they will be true to their trust. Item D: To the Sophomores, we give two more years of school. Item E: To the Freshmen, we give the satisfaction of knowing they are not the greenest in the world, and a chance to bring glory to F. H. S. Item F: ' The following bestowals are given in a kind and friendly manner, hoping that they will be valued highly as memoirs of the class of '32, To the future basketball and football players, the Senior letter-men leave all their athletic prowess. To Mary Kathryn Border, Ruth Spangler hands her job of treasurer. To anyone possessing the skill, Helen Barry leaves her gift of playing jazz. To Ruth Baumbaugh and Dorothy Seesholtz, Elmira Baumbaugh and Mary Seesholtz .r ' leaves their talents, in order to keep it all in the family. . To Quay Saylor, Doris Blum leaves her 'persuasive power with teachers. Daniel Telenko leaves his athletic achievements to his brother, Steve. To anyone who desires to be a shining light of the class of 1933, Tom Huber leaves his red hair. To Earl Brubaker and Clayton Hershberger, Charles Schiffhauer leaves his air of 'fSelf- importance." Elmyra Roseman, Violet Walker, Isabel Jones, Elizabeth Garland, and Dorothy Nees leaves their class spirit to the whole school. Grace Goodhart leaves her knowledge of domestic science to Luella Berkebile. A Louise Hartley leaves her winning ways to Martha Livingston. Herbert Fuller, Andrew Sheets, Brownie Kotchin, Richard Stuver, Bernard Moore, and Maurice Holsopple think they will need all their talent, so they "won't leave nobody nothin'." Edward Hite leaves his bashful ways and executive ability to Clarence Boerstler. Madeline Harding regretfully gives her attractive smile to Emma Jane Govier. Walter Wissinger donates his manly stride to any person able to compete with it. Michael Youhouse leaves his bossiness to Frank Helsel. Charles Rorabaugh gives his horse laugh and "ability to bluff" to any sheik in the Junior Class. Catherine Keller and Aurelia Yeatter leave their sad regrets with Mr. Moorhead. To a junior with a car and lots of pep, Robert McCartney gives his willingness to run errands for Mr. Keller. Frank Desort, Martin Krasovetz, William Ardell, and Dwight Griffith leave their Commer- . cial Law knowledgxo Walter Soyke. L gsiafla - 3 if fi M M1 pg., ,. to ff w " V X Q jll I 4 'W . I, ' f v-- . .,' X 1 F' - 'A J , gg: I V :gg 'l , F ,Fee iii," f fl I , - e- ' 13 . -- .Q as if-ff T:-P..-.5-.ar ':: ::- 5' ' F ff: ,,'.1qggs3',3wn.gf,1:k ' - , , , . , .. . . A .. l, . ,,. .,.,, . , s A. xx it xfso 'A l A 1 xx ig -1--THE: 1932 man.:-:c1'o W, V XX I l Robert Bowser leaves his quiet ways to Donald Beabes. i - To Richard Murphy, Wilbert Alwine's promptness. To George Osborn, Glendon Blough's habit of missing-school. To Clinton Johncour, Kenneth Blough's musical ability. To Donald Myers and Omar Hershberger, Robert Bassett's and Andrew Colernan's seats A in the lab. To Mary Kathryn Johncour, Wilma Board's dramatic ability. Helen Ryan leaves her athletic ability and Irish smile to Rosalie McClarren. , Mary Jo Reese leaves her tears and ambitions to any Junior who wants them. Lillian Jones leaves her baby ways to Grace Patterson Ardell Oldham cheerfully gives his position as editor-in-chief of the Reflector to Alice Mock. Ruth Horne leaves her uke and Football "Freddy" to Rebecca Clark. Martin Shalfer, Helen Michlo and Angeline Bracken give their ability to sell candy to any untiring workers in the class of '33. Esther Rager donates her job as manager to Ruth Joseph. To any one who will, Harriet Maggs, Vanessa Steck, Hazel Keim, Ruth Moon, and Gladys Paden give their place as cooks. To Donald Patterson, Homer Hill's literary ability. To john Heslop, Donald Burgan's job as manager. Ruth Williamson embraces her sturdy steed-a French pony-for the last time. Future owner is Tom Barnitz. , Lewis Wa-lker and John Selip leave their job of sorting candy to any two juniors. We cheefrully give the writing of the class will of next year to any junior who thinks it is a soft job. . To Gladys Sivits and Louise Smith, Helen Brant and Helen Knapp give their basketball ability. K To Mary Barnitz and Norma Bush, Tillie Cola, Susie Girouscky, and Bertha Howard leave their skill in Shorthand. Dorothy Kaltenbaugh, Helen and Mary Kaufman leave the privilege of hiking to school to any out-of-town students. William Murray cheerfully gives his curly hair to Harold Lohr. To John Cherrits and Leona Jones, Clifford Saylor and Ruth Roseman give their studious appearance. To Elizabeth Potts, Emma Kaufman, and June Livingston, Freda Cooper, Gladys Callen, and Marian Shaffer leave their ability to tap the keys. Joe Stemac leaves his height to anyone smaller than he is. Gwen Kitto, Ruth Livingston, Dorothea Leonard, and Pauline ,Rose give their best wishes for success to Beatrice Murray, Helen Shaffer, Mildred Speicher, and Gladys Smith. John Weaver and Ralph Zimmerman bequeath their job of running olf stencils to Robert Davis and Andrew Murafka. . To Robert Luther and Louis Ceryak, Richard Virgin and Frank Kotchin leave their knowl- edge of P. D. To our successors, we leave our places in the hearts and thoughts of our principals and teachers. We hope that this class of 1933 will appreciate our gifts and value them as highly as we have done. We, the undersigned, do hereby aflirm that this is the last Will and Testament of the Senior class. Signed and witnessed this eighteenth day of April, in the year of Our Lord, one s t e Sill y Ni thousand, nine hundred and thirty-two. Witnesses : ' FRANK KELLER TELFORD BLOUGH I 011 X XX X X' x ' X . L w ' K i - i , i a 59- , it -XX ,. e 1 .5 - . -..-se A' X if !1,- X X Q W X UM KQPXS . .,. ... 122 , J RAN ewfw y . atle- ,. ....u. -..- Hx nh., wg. V .. , ,." A. W .-.L .r MCR i X lf' Q I g TQ, f,y, Alwine, Wilbert ......... Ardell, William ........ Barry, Helen ........ Bassett, Robert ............ Baumbaugh, Elmira .... ....,., Blough, Glendon ..,, Blough, Kenneth ........... ............ Blum, Doris ......,........... Board, Wilma . ..,....... .. Bowser, Robert .......,.,, Bracken, Angeline Brant, Helen ................ Burgan, Donald .......,,. Callen, Gladys ......... Cola, Tillie ......,.., Huber, Thomas .... jones, Isabel ........,,....,,...... THE 1932 REF LEC'l'0R-- THE SENIOR WHY AND WHEREFORE 1234567 ...........abedlmn ............dconqbj ......edrjqdk ....bkdi !nt ...,..unecloq .........trispdt .kavwxcm ...yeythmn .............cnSklsd .....r.....btsS"'w! .......QsjSxrt .......oyekgyc ...Sbyupwr .....zienlmx ....uove lon ..,,,........Tc-upjc . ........... cTm-nty Jones, Lillian ...............................,..........r.. jceolbt Kaltenbaugh, Dorothy Kaufman, Helen ........... Kaufman, Mary ....,,.. Keim, Hazel ............ Keller, Catherine ....... Kitto, Gwendolyn .,,.,.... Knapp, Helen ............. Kotchin, Frank ......4.r.... Kotchin, Brownie .... ...evdnxmr ,.....yUvcu-s ......,,......Qdntqum ,..Tt-f.b lz . ............ zntsdno ......cf.r-Toj .,......,.,..uUdkZXIk5S ...nTs lpdf. Krasovetz, Martin ........, ............... I d lvksd Legonish, John .......... Leonard, Dorothea ...... , .A... rpme .......orynstq Livingston, Ruth ..........., ........... e iduwvd Maggs, Harriet ..........,,r.. rr.....,.. z beUxnj McCartney, Robert ........................ snyili lc- Michlo, Helen ................... ......... n dmyeyn Moon, Ruth .................. ....... ! s'l'b-it Moore, Bernard ........ Murray, William ........ Nees, Dorothy ............., Oldham, Ardell ......... Paden, Gladys .........,,. Rager, Esther ............... Rorabaugh, Charles ...,....,...,........,. 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Q UndyjT Roseman, Elmyra ......... ....,.......... T SUekv- Roseman, Ruth' ......... ...,...,,.... b yvnsik Ryan, Helen ........... ........,... d 5.-chbr Saylor, Clifford ........, .............. n Tjvitq Schiffhauer, Charles .... t.,........,.,. 5. 125k-wd Seesholtz, Mary ........ ....,... Selip, John ........ - ...... Shaffer, Marian ....a !sgmT .r,.,...Q.....tksQxrr .....ocuby-x Shaffer, Martin ...-aeybim Sheets, Andrew ..,,.,..,, .,....,......,. 1' Adgpsy Smith, Florence ...,... ............. t airwvu Snowball, Lillian ..... ............ a orf.lUs Spangler, Ruth ......... ............. U toSf.wQ Steck, Vanessa ........ .,vuywTbc Stemac, Joe .........,.... .... S bS-'I'd- Stuver, Richard ............ . .................. bs-1'paS Telenko, Daniel ............ ................ c Tntfwf. Virgin, Richard ...,...... ......A......., x zwbsug Walker, Lewis ......... ..,............. d ntnxillq Walker, Violet .......... ,.r.,...,....., A oSalT 1 Weaver, John .............. ,,.......... i wyzhit Williamson, Ruth ...,.... ........... Q -ougsi Wissinger, Walter ...... ............. I cjrfbx Yeatter, Aurelia ...........,. ............ s aciqdk Youhouse, Michael Zimmerman, Ralph .....naenrey ....,......Su-bdtw f It E52 20,50 FQ- 3' I f"".i1- .. A 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ,.....,...........,.,..,,...,,,,.. Edward Hite Secretary .... ,,,A,,A.. L illian Snowball Vige President ,,A,. ...,,, C harlcs Rorabaugh Treasurer ,,,, ...,,,. R uth Spangler STUDENT Corxcll, REPRESENTATIVES Ruth WllllHI1lSOIl Ruth llloon Q X . +-.K N, Bernard Nloore Nlichael Youhouse . ,gf xxmfj 5, N.-K K ' -+A-.Vx A--v--.x A X.-.. 1, 5 5 ra - ,. ' - . C nf" i?l':'?i'H ff f X Q -w X, -K -. r I' -, 1 A l."'- , xjix-'w,,, 1 A.:J'wM,..,-- M VC-J x xx I ,NEAR mir, X' Y ,Qi'f,, - " -X f -. 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Q f x 'lfs :X 'me 1932 nsru.zc1'on--- dreamy blissful entifely lacking wonderful so-so passable ' football athletes basketball doubtful great medium Column Column Column Column Column Column Column I m n o P Q r s t U , U v KEY 1 looks 2 intellect 3 length 4 line 5 specialty 6 musical talents 7 business ice cream sodas ZCYO could be better plenty jazz ehewin' the rag tsk! tsk! unlimited wobbly like Pola Negri Annie Gorkie short Q lllllw a foggy C dunkin' doughnuts V381 downhearted blue ' uppish brainj no buddies business hikes undecided marvelous like Ben Turpin " " Wx 1 pl x . X . , - ' A 3 f, - . if 1 we? M rfx Z 1 ffm! :L .v WJ 1 I j , ,V B 3 2 4 4: 2.3 Eg?-Lvtiaf:1-f, 129. Y 'S i xx I K -lg" SICNIOR PLAY .'xlYL'I'SL'YL'l'1ll months of strenuous rehearsal uniler the ahle ilireetion of Kliss Uraee Hetriek, the Senior east of '32 presenteml on Thursday anal Friilay, Klay 5 and 6, antl again on lfriilay, llay I3, a very exeellent mystery play entitled "Cat U' Nine Tails." A matinee was also Nlay -l. The setting is laiml in a ve given tor the gracles on the afternoon of VVeilnesclay. ry morlern loclge in the wilils of Klaine ahout live miles from the Canadian border. Klr, Alames Gordon, a we: ahle to lfnglancl or -lapan. C ently trying to gain possession Gordon feeling that he w ilthy banker, has in his safelceeping ecrtain papers valu- at O' Nine Tails, an international criminal, is persist- ot the papers so that he may sell them to japan. Klr. ill he safer in the country moves from the city to his Conn- try lorlge. Fannie Conlon, the nervous wife of Klr. Gordon, has many tears Con- cerning her safety clue to the mysterious messages anml notes of warning left in the house by Cat O' Nine Tails. Theodore Klaitlanil, a very beautiful girl who is vis- iting the Uorrlons, is hypnotized hy the Cat O' Nine Tails and is eompelletl to act as his agent. lllr. Clorilonls son is in love with lletty VVeher, mlaughter of Alaeoh VVeber, caretaker of Gordon Locl Holmes, greatly aiil in sol ge. Fox, a nleteetive, ancl Miss Smith, a female Sherlock ving the mystery. Henry, the chore boy, whose ilnmh atti- tucle provicles mueh eomeily, is finally mliseovererl to he the eause of all the trouble, for he is the Cat U' Nine Tails himself. However, just as he is about to make his getaway he is eaught by llettyls mlog, Rover. and the play enils with the papers heing safely restored to lllr. Gorilon. N ,A Wx . R, V t U if' glrlpj ,gg V M v ., . A -. . .23 wt.. A f , , W.-- xl 1 f lfgxg ' 9X '4fv X , y X I . - CAST Mr. Gordon Qowner of the Gordon Lodgej .,....,..,. Mrs. Gordon Qhis wifej ................................,.................. Jimmie Gordon Qtheir handsome sonj ...,...............,. " " X " " 'V' "f n""-frm 'TH E' , n ' A --X-.1 ,rg K -Q.. '1932 'REFLECTOR-5-' ,s .......Robert McCartney Jo Reese ..,........Charles Rorabaugh Jacob Weber fcaretaker of Gordon Lodgej ..,........... .,,,...A,.,.,,. A rdell Oldham Betty Weber Qhis daughterj ........rr................,............. ........,....... L illian jones Henry Qhis assistantj ......... Q ....r... .,..........,.. T homas Huber Fox Ca detectivej ........r.....,...........r........................... f ......... ............ H omerlHill Miss Smith Ca female Sherlock Holmesj ,.r.......... ............,.. E sther Rager, Bridget fthe cookj .............,.....,.................v..................... ...........,...... H elen Ryan f Peggy ...,,.. ............ H elen Kaufman Her Daughters . , . Kate .....,.....................,....,...........,......,.....,.......,...................................,...... Ruth Williamson Theodore Ca beautiful wealthy well-bred friend of Gordonj ........................... Wilma Board . STAGECRAFT Stage Managers-Charles Schiffhauer, Don Burgan, Dan Telenko. Costumes-Violet Walker, Grace Goodhart. Properties-Gwen Kitto, Doris Blum. Other Aides-Ruth Spangler, Dorothea Leonard, Elmira Roseman. Furniture by Swank Hardware Co. w1.tll4 ggg S xy ff ! 0' f Q S A il it ffm f , M53 , r fix , 1 ' ,,,:,f.': 'ya 1 y' , , f- Q 1 4 'Q , il- - ,ff . , ' aff' V jf, -9' . 'ie"Q ' I' "7 , 4 : "af I , 'f' 4 N? 4 E.g,.,e5?Qjf f airy 'nf ' 4 f 'ff 1 ' 'Y 1 f 4 mg .3 , , ' . i P 5,4-ff! l 5 1"f,af'.f f-riwfffff wif' M32 7 -- -' X f - ,af 2 "s1efri.e, l . qQ,m,fiZf',fff. 'im af-,am 1- ,I - - r -- A f "2" "1 3555- 4- 57'51P1'3'3:f kv liL,f'i+fFf,fffff f'3f'?,5?i'-4fl5ifi',"9?'4Lif5' ' "' It f' S- ' A' 'VA . ax. Vila I ww-'rs ff: WW -- ' f , . -- . new 11 I .11 L :,.,. ,JQ3 inf!" '-- "X - -'1-riggf 5 -.rg .i31.,n' -at ' .QW , JL. 11:1 I- "3 'fy -A '- M -P -r ,nga ,J - -.. fb- --.M -..,,, ,,,,, Y -- X ,. I - -wut' '.. . , ' sr A -15,7-i'.g4.'1-, M2 f at M -'f Kitties. :Vw -mg-.5 5,11 . .I l'Nl0R ULASS Room 305 1 1 1 First S9IllQ'Nff'l' Sei-111111 Si'lllP!ifPl' 1'r1-S1111-111 .,., , Y ,, Vim- 1'rvsi111-111, ...,. . S1-1'1'vt:1ry. 'I'1'1-:1s111'1-1', ,'11Q'1'1'198l1i'1' .... . 1'1'es111011t, H ,. , Vice 1'1'esi1lv11t., , S4'1'1'Ufill'j', ,,, ,.,,, 11111111111 1':1ttv1'snn ,. ,, ,.,, ,, Louisv Smith , ..., ...,, ,,..,, 1101121141 1':1tto1'sr111 H 1- 1'1'vs1111111t ,,,,,, .. ,.,. . ,,.... 1111-omloro Klvmic-k ,. ..,.,, ..,,,, 1 -I:1r1 1!1'1111:11:1-1' 1'1'1-si1l1111T,, H ., . .,,,.... R111w1't Davie V11 ' R1111vc1-a Cl:11'1c N1-1-1'vt:1ry, NI:11'y Kilfllryll Bolwlel' 'lk'1'0EiSll1'+'1', , . 1'h1'01'103ll101',, , Room 301 11111121141 Mye-Vs ' .I10l1111-'r I'11g:11 Vim- I'1'vsi111111t, S4-1'1'1'f:1ry,. .. . Student f'0llIll'il Reprx-svlltutivvs Marv K:1t111'y11 Rorcler Rubbccn Clark .ww K , . I'l'4-'Sl11t'l1t,.. ,, ,, Rlalry Katllryu Border Mary K11t11ry11 Iiunlor ,I'!0ll:1ll1 1':1ttors1111 ....,.,BI8I'fhIl Livingston ,,.,..XVHlt9I' Soyku ,..,.,..,,..,..Rus:1lio BICClI1I'I't'll .1111111 Clwrrits 111111111 Williams , 1 1 1 , 1 MXH!-f'M1,7L!,f-Q, 1 v411111i11.1f 15211 ,M 2 K gtg. ., ,gy .ml 'f, , ,1 1' -M .D-,' K M V an . , ,fly gf ..1 K.f,1.,,, wi" H V ly -. gg-N I 5 ,,,,. . A -- -1, x ga-. nv 5 s , - . .Wm X ' -1 1 -if , w-1' ' 221111 , 1 + : ,.:L Il ,-- .kiffw -5,-11 ,. mm ,43 Y xrlf ,.. ,A E X 44 N tkgg VR tx? 1 1- 1 asv 1 ' ' N I- LW , ,. .1 -, -1. XX Xb X- Iggy, -L' " - . , ..-. -V '-:Zi 1 K I A-4 Q ,, 4 W ,1...., 1 LLM 2 . Fxavqgziiti- :V l if , .Qlxijf ax ff .yr " U, rl-nz-:s 1932 'REFl..EcTOR---- 7, - fx fine arid great poor like Abie Goldstein doubtful healthy grape juice sentimental blue moderate Column Column Column Column Column Column I m n o P Q r S t 11 V KEY 1 financial backing 2 looks 3 build 4 weakness 5 gift o' gab 6 indulges in lanky uppish h autos good eats hikes sundaes swanky nill minus soft drinks honey cake an' ice cream not there swimming football basketball pingpong tiddley-winks bad swell broad short Quxinifa I A f' . -f M' ff 1 I I Al . N Z f 'JJ 'Far . sf i'i' ,,i.i' ,4 ,'L..ti5 f ,, t i 34:1 11W4f ,, ,A 7 M - 7 g S!-A . . N I , , arf ' Q4 --THE 1932 REFLICTOR g' 1 '- 4 JUNIOR ROLL Barnitz, Mary ....,,..... ......... a dmoip Klemick, Theodore .... ,........... b bl ?wy Barnitz, Tom ,.....,,..........,,.,,.. ..........,... b clhmo Lisewski, Carl .......,.. ............. Ili mjhan Baumbaugh, Ruth .A.....,.,. ....,...,.... f kmvbq Lishka, John ..'....,,,,,...., ........ 5 .-dbucz Beabes, Donald ..........,..... ............... j bgxch Livingston, June ........... .............. f gdwto Bell, Clarence .....,.....,.. ......l,.,..... d fiwf? Livingston, Martha ......... ......,.,.... r ilqsz Berkebile, Luella ......, .cmaugx Lohr, Harold .........r.......... .............. w fibdh Blackner, Susanna ...,,,. ..........,,... g tkbdv Lohr, Harold Eugene .... ...,.......... j cw li? Boerstler, Clarence ......,..,,.........w....,,,.. egw ls? Luther, Robert ............... ....,...... c -Qefx Border, Mary Kathryn ,Nijbjmz Maloney, Robert ......,... ....,,.... i wlagq Bowman, Edith ,......r..,.........,.... ...r...,,.. s ajniu McClarren, Rosalie ,........ ...,......,.. a Tgymz Brubaker, Earl ......,,..... ,......,,..,, a errw I Miller, Nellie ....................... ............. I er ligrf Buechley, Clarice . ........... rgcvto Mishler, Maynard ........... ...,.......... s Tgudz Bush, Norma ...,,.......... ..W-dqav Mock, Alice ........................ ........... t jkveu Carney, Frederick ........ ,.,......,,... t wg-bh Murafka, Andrew ....,,...... ..............,,.. - tlbs? Ceryak, Louis .........,..... ..... g i-edz Murphy, Richard ....... .,.......... 1' emog l Cherrits, John .....,. .frb !my Murray, Beatrice ........... .......r...... g ktwtp Clark, Rebecca ,..,,..... .......... r b'l'niz Myers, Donald ........... .............. m lifwh Davis, Robert .........,.... ...i'l'szTu Osborn, George ....... ..,............. r illlucp Drstvensek, Mary ,,,,,..,.. ...dQjh-n Patterson, Grace ...... ......,....... b rcnmo Fisher, Burl ....................... .........,,... e wdyi? Patterson, Donald 1 ....... .............. e mbhrc , Gashaw, Dwight .............. .,,...,..,. j ei ?-c Potts, Elizabeth ....... ,....t.,,,,.. I Tswtp Gindlesperger, Laura ..,..,....... ............. s jevwo Pugh, Delmar ........,,,,. .....,..,,,.... 1' -j !ey Govier, Emma Jane ...,.,... ............. W tfli lsv Ryan, Michael ........... ,.,,....,.....,... i tr ?-z H'all, Harold .................... ............ a -loth Saylor, Quay ........,.......,,... ,............. d kiumv Helsel, Frank ........,............... ...,......., r mi ?mx Seesholtz, Dorothy ...r.,,.... .......,.,... m cadp? Hershberger, Clayton ...... .........., i kt lfq Shaffer, Helen ................. .,............ j dkfwu Hershberger, Omar .....,.... ...,.......,... c lmpsu Sivits, Gladys ..,,,........ ........,,,.. w rcnb! Heslop, John ......t...,..........,...... ,,,...,,,..,... f jewav Smith, Louise .,,,..,.....,,. ,,,.........,,... - fsyQp Holsopple, Donald ....,,...... ............... g asucn Smith, Robert .........,r. .............. g IlIQq-h Holsopple, Dorothy .,....,... ....,.,...... , cbahdp Soyke, Walter ,........,,,.. r,.,.....,..... e wlvrv Hollsopple, Evelyn .,......... ,.....,....... b cTfg! Stemac, Rosie ...,.... ............ s jwmTu johncour, Clinton .,,........ dklcry Trexel. Theda ..... ............ t Cllrwmy johncour, Kathryn ...,......... ............... s wrbeo VVeaver, Paul ..........., ........,..... a Tillhcx Jones, Leona ................ ................ t -wxi? Wendell, David ............. .t............. m klbih Joseph, Ruth .......... ............. m eljlq-h Williams, Ralph ........... ,.......,,.... r Tmxsy Katchmar, Susan ...... ....,...... a rj-gp Williamson, Carl ...,,..,... .............. b cf ?e ! lKaufman, Alma .....,.. ............ "' dbnmn Williamson, Grace .....,. ............... I akqtn -Kaufman, Emma ............ ............. r Qtpwv Wright, Richard ......,.,,.. ,.,..,.... . Tbf-rv Kimmel, Charles ,......... ............... w livbu ' uw! Off , , , -. v 5 I V X X I KigigQlj,i,lll S - 1 fi t" A if g 'S ' .fi i TH E 1932 Barnes, Richard .A............ ........... Bracken, john ......... Brallier, Ernest ......... SOPHOMORE ROLL .chkzm ............,rfabdn ,...........tliqj Brallier, Kenneth .....,... ............. r 0Tph Brant, Pearl .......,,....., ....,,....,... 0 gqth Bryant, Elsie .....,,,.... .,....,....... q gqth Butchko, Mary Q ............ ....,..,...., t podw Caufliel, Lester ...... Davis, Walter , ...,,..... , Diable, Bernard ...... Esch, Mary Louise Feather, John .....,.... Feather, Rayford .... Fetterman, Floyd Fisher, -Emma ........... Fisher, Harold ..,,,.... Ford, Robert .....,i. Girouscky, John Grandll, Tony ....,.... ............r.qpxhf .....,........Tgftd ..........,.ypuWz ,.........znfip ..,,..,......ahigrn .....,...,.,mjvun ...,,.......drinf ,.........jnbkt ,........Wyqrv .r..,,...Wobgr ..............kmlzi Griflith, Carl .......,...,. ,..,............ q nirs Griffith, Kermit .........., ....,.......... T ofjk Hammer, Tom ........ 1. .....,.,,.,.. xcwsx Hess, Nedra Louise .. ,......,....... qsvyr Hildebrand, Isabel ..,...,.... ...........,.. p fgky Hildebrand, Robert ......... eautu Hill, Robert ..r,,......t..... Hindman, Ruth .,........,, Hite, Donald .....,........, Hodgkins, William ..,.,,...,. Hoffman, Leona ......, Horne, Bud ...,........ Horner, Olivia .......,. Howard, John ....... Huber, June ...,...... Hunt, George ........., Kaufman, Orval ...,....... .... Keim, ,Eunice ,... ........ Keim, Kathryn ...t.... Kimmel, Ralph ..,........ Koontz, Robert ......... 4.....,......gqx'I'o ..........ayunq ....,.....,.tuTyw .,.......ecwal .....,...,...,r.hrfjc ....,.......mtyxT ....,...ncnoq .....,,.......nxcza ....,..,,..awhTd ....,......cvrfj .,,........Tegjr ...,.....rgTtz .........zylgk .............lmpcn Koss, Joseph .........a...... .....,.....,..., j edlz Kotchin, Helen .....,...............,......,,........,..,... tnfuf Kuhs, Byron ......r......,......,,,..,.......,.,...........,.,. fdlvw Lear, Catherine ....,,....., .,,... Leonard, Bradford ........... Levergood, Walter ....,. REFLICTOIH-i gmiv ........r.....zwibp Ling, Alvin ..,..........,.......,........ ..,......,...,.. W jmuT Lingenfelter, Violet ...,,.,., ..,............. r tiTh Lohr, John ..........i.............. .i...... c auwz Lohr, Karl .........,........., ................ f pyja Long, Clifford .......... ,.......,.... d ugvn Mahan, Edna ........... ..,,,.......... g rxsd Maloney, Clifton ...,.. Miller, Charles ....... Miller, Nellie ..... Mishler, Algie .... Mishler, Glen ,......... Mishler, Harold ........r... Moore, Charles ,...,... Moore, Jack ....,.... Murray, Alton Neff, Ruth .......,. Noel, Myra ....... Noll, Anna . Patchey, Joe .......... Pfefferl , Betty ......., Phillips, Lillian Punter, Rhodes, Roddy, Rogers, Jennie .... Melvin .. Ruth .......... Charles ,.... Rogers, Robert ........ Rorabaugh, James ..... Schrock, Vera .......... Schroyer, Alice .....,. Scott, Virginia ..,...... Sepety, George .,....... Shaffer, Garnet ..,,,r.. Shubic, George ........ Shull, Ilene .,.r......., Smith, Jean .,.........r Spotz, William ..,,...... Stankan, Paul ..r....,.rr. Stepahin, Alex ........ Telenko, Stephen ..,.,,.. Temyer, Catherine ..........,.....xlrcy ........ostmu . ...........ctoae ,........,....'I'mclf .r..........wqyzh ............kzbTm ............zwqhx ..,...........rTrgy ...............juTsr .,............caqvT ......,.........xyhts ..........,,..hzxdp ...........r.tdhmx .......,.r...nomft .......,..,....jhtbu ..,........,.,.Tsntz ,..,......r....htvha- ,..........gfrtq .............minbh ...............ldwcj ..............fmkrt .....r.........getbh ..,........,mpyqd ...............wlirT .....,.........lncrT .....,.,......aqlmd ....,....zjuwi .,....r..otngv .- X 0, I y U, s , X H 4 ' i ' Q Q ' , 11 I I ,T Q gg. a if 1 E fyffgwa-'1-'Q , .-:.-' -7 5 fa! - FQ 4 ,I a - .U J., .,,. First Sellwsh-r S0 PH OMORE 1' LAHS Room 303 Sc-4-oml Nmln-sh-r l'1's-sldn-llf , ., , . .,,, ,, xvilliillll xYl'ijl'ht I'I'l'Ni1l1'll1 , , John, lil':l4'lu-xl Ss-4-l'0t:ll'y,, . ,... , ,. , , l'liftnn RIIIIUIIUX St'I'!'l'fill'y .,., .. liallph Kinlme-l l'h2lil'llliIll I'l'li2'l'2lIIl Ufulllxlliflm-v,,livtty I'fot'I'v1'x f'll3liI'Ill3lll l'1'up:r:un l'1IlllllliHl'4' Ruth Inlldlllilll Room 300 I'r1-sisla-nt , .lnnua I:lII'JIli:IllL1'Il l'rf-sid:-111 , U2lI'lN'l Sh:iI'I'vl' Vim- I'l'1-simlollt , ,, ,xvilliillll Spotz Vim- I'1-1-si1Ie-nt ,, , 'l'mI1l XVMHI1-ll N1'i'l'1'fJIl'j '.,, , ,, , . , Klum 'l'1'4-xvl Sl'l'l'1'f1ll'j'. , ,, ,, II4-nv Shu!! l'llilil'IllIllI I'x'n,2'l':lll1 l'HlIlIIlitfl'1' Nvl'l'2l S1-Iu1'm-ii f'll2Iil'!llIIlI I'1'u:1':ml 1'llIlllllitfl'1' .l1'2lll Smith ,A .-v.. f T W ,4- ..,...3 'hr' L --.Q---N M, , , 'HS' Betty Pfederl Virginia Sc-ot! Qflllllxllf Vollllvil lh-lnrenvxllaltixvs Hul1vl't I"o1'd Ull2ll'll'S Moon' gmail-V --fb T' ' , " If '. X ilu f ms ' RSV Nz X llllfy, p - Q sff,st3V , f ' x A 'V 'fi THE 1932 REFLECTOR--' KEY Tomes, Stanley ............ ................ i uofx Trexel, Alma .,.A.A....,. ........,..... t Tihm Vickroy, John .,,.......... .....,....... z wbcz Walker, Thomas ....... ................ n Tfhi Wendell, Todd ,....,....... ..,............. t uTip Column Column Column a irregular b Scotch c robust d missing e zero f ' marvelous g elegant h undecided i Irish Column Column ' j normal ' k entirely omitted l uppish m loose n unlimited o superior p moderate q boundless r swell Quill Wissinger, Ruth Wolford, Phyllis Wright, William Zipf, Kenneth .......,.. health intellect pedigree line ambition . 0' S t 11 V W X Y z T ...........ylhbs ...........afhi'I' ...............nzkat ...........yv1'tj narrow perfect somnambulistic foggy gold plated Brassy hard-shelled feeble rosy 1 1,1 Li In M A IQ-ffl 5. 1, rl K E X V x K V ' j I j N 7 Q A - ' I ' -'V' X , ' J I ,:,,. f I W fl 1 1 my pr M I l V V O if :Ii f w I 3' '- V 'V' " V ' ' ' V' 1 , X' 1 7? , IA, I 4. I ,1,'1,,qji'." 45"-5-1' , w ? 3- A R xr-K ' A Wm , 'tag 4 fw avg: 'Jn if hm j 5' n x i S 1 k SE v SI Q 5 5 Q 2 2 2 Ji 2 5 F E 5 X1 l 5 a 3 2 FRICSHMEN CLASS First Semester Room 200 Sec-mul He-nu-star 1 l'rvsi1l4-nt , ,Jnvk Hows l're-sinh-11t ..... ,... , ,.., , . ..... ,.,,v.,,....... ..... . T :wk Ilcss Vim- Prx-sich-nt ,.,.lalnn's Iloyal Vivo I'1'4-Sidi-'11l..,, .,.. ..,..,,.., . IRIIIIPS Boyd S4-4-rvtury Ric-lmrml Ihlllghtllll S4-1-wtnry ,,.,... . .. ,,.,,, ,....,,.. . . Iiivlnmwl Iluughton l'l1s-1-1'l4-.sell-1's. .lflorax Hillllll. M4-rlv Fitzgibbons Ullt'9I'lE'ZlIli'l'S Flora Haunn, M1-rlc Fitzgihhons Room 101 I'rvsidv11t Dorothy Koontz. I're-sid:-xlt , Dorothy Koontz Vim- l'ra-siulollt ...... Hole-n Mishlvr Vim-u I,I'1'Silll'llf ..,IIvlc-n Mishlor Som-rn-t:1l'y,. , ,.,1iiK'h2ll'1I Mock Sm-rm-tan-y . .Ric-lmrd Mock Room 106 Prosiflf-11t, . ..,, , ,. John Osborn l'l'l'Sllh'Ill William 'l'o1lhunh-r Vico I'l'vsi1lvl1l ,, Eur! XVHHRIIIIS Sm-lwtalry Mary Slfllllvvk 41-01-4-t:11'y, . Doris Tl'lllll2lill lie-pol-11-1' .. Paul Ymlux' R0lI4lI'ft'l',., ,,.., ,.,'1'0ny Tm-nzon Ntmlent Forum-il Re-prvsentnlin-5 Juno Gnrnlm-1' lluth l1Il'XY1'Hj'll .Innws Hoyd 1,'hxlI"l0i4 Lvstvl' . ,SWL- . A '-gigs V- ' 'ofrsbn gg xi 1 M ' , ' Aff' K ::' Nf4,l57"""" ' . THE 1932 Angello, Tony .....,... Allison, Robert ,..,....... Alwine, Dorothy ,...... Amistadi, Rose ............ Atkinson, Anna ., Baft, Helen .,......,A...... Baum, Flora .................... Benton, Ellagrace ..... Berkebile, Willian ..... Berkey, Charles ...,....... Berkey, Harry .......... Blank, Eva ..r......,. Q ..,... Blough, Dorene ........ Blough, Emerson r,..... Blough, Sara ....r.,..... Boyd, Betty .........., Boyd, James ................... Brant, Edward ............. Branthoover, Mareva Brennan, Marguerite Burnheimer, Esther . Bush, Mabel ..........,....... Camme rata, Sam ............. Dadura, Jennie ........... Daniels, Harry ............ Davis, Phyllis ...r..... Davis, William .....,...... Dill, Alvin .......,........,. Drzwiecki, Steffanna Ewtuchovich, George Q . Fey, Lillian .......................r. Fisher, Germayne .....,..... Fitzgibbon, Merle ......... Forney, Delila ............r.. Gardner, Jane ......... Gaston, Leona ......... Gilbert, Dean ........ , Granka, Alma ..,,.... Green, Edgar .i.... FRESHMEN ROLL ............sfyor ..............o-dwk . .,............ hykyr ?h ................onQai ................ptn1' j ............ftizx ...............zqvrk ...............hTnje ....,..........dnyfg .................ekarj .....-.....stklb Pe ........,.....gykQ g ?ejqu ................olTtu s ?Qy . .............s-kib ....r......xeyj g ...........hki tb ...............parT ? .......r......o-mk? ...........s-k ?b ......,.......ldmbx ...........o-ayq ............hijpe ........... ltmi? ..........sjmuy ?Qb ...,..........otmup ................hckgf .....-.....ectvz ............fy-hy ............sakvj ...............lTwty ..................gorl- ...............h-nwr REFLECTOR Heslop, John ...............r.r...... ........... k pi-W Hershberger, Mary ............ ................ s bkTe Herzog, Lucy .........,........... ........... v aqni Hess, Jack .....r...,....,....... ............... g Qup- Hinman, Richard ....,...... .............. Q -myg Hite, Walter ...,......,.............. .................. o -tur Holsopple, Richard ............. ............... b ?e1'z Horwat, Steve ............. ........... r -Tig Howard, Harold ....,.... ,........... h arfr Howard, Mildred ............ ........... e dkps Jacobs, Erma ..r....... .,......... h e-Q0 Johns, Lewis .,........ ........,....... k fu?s Jones, Dwight ......... ............... h omyl Jones, Edythe ...................... ............... Q qkrh Kaufman, LaVerne .r..... ............... g aTnf Keim, William ............ ........... f eaux Kent, Irene ...,.,...r.,.......... ............... o Tahv Kimmel, Audrey ............ ................ h okcx Kimmel, Blair ............. ................ s a?uQ Kitto, William ...,,...... ............... Q gquv Klemick, Jennie ......... Klemick, Susanne .........,. Knapp, Catherine ..,.... Knavel, Marjorie ............. Koontz, Annabelle .......... ...........pykre ...........ob'I'cj ?f1 P5 Koontz, Dorothy ............. ............... f tmpv Kotchin, Blanche ...... Lach, Genevieve ..,....., ...........cluQr ...........etdqp Landis, Jack ................... ................ b dtws Laney, Annabelle ,...,. .............. g aQnT Lester, Charles .....,.......... ............... o Tdue Livingston, Robert ............ ................ s ?xjw Llewellyn, Ruth ..........,.. ................ h ainf Lonsberry, Mildred ............. ........ - .... .so kpw Mallinson, Jack ....,.... Marian, Walter ,......... Martin, Robert .......... McDonald, Paul ............ Melvin, Bernard ......... ..........pudcf .......,..,.....sQTuc ...............hakng P-TQe ?w Haley, Lenora ,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,4,,,,, ll dkxe Miller, Edmund ......... ................ S Harteis, Lawrence ........... .....,........ o Qn?y Miller, Frank ...r......... .....,..... g a?og Hartman, Samuel ,,,...,..,..,..... ...,,.......... gt ywf Miller, Grant .......... ......,.... f d5pe Haughton, Richard ..,........,......,,,......,........ livTb Miller, Griflith .....,.... ................ g hky? l U If . I X ' fl I 4 "7 - ,J ' I , ff A if 2 Aff" j '- 'W' ' , 1' 1 : f fi ' I if -.i'1'?- jjj 'all Z 1- B" ' Jani' li dl Q : fl' J , ' i...:--J THE 1932 REFLECTOR Mishler, Helen I ,,.,... ....,....... ? kfQq Mitchell, Jean .........,,............ ........... 0 gyjlh Mitchell, Richard ..,......,.. ............. o nusr Mock, Richard ,.,..,....,,,. ........... p dywj Moon, Helen .....,..,.... .......... ? fmgq Moore, Mabel ............,... ...,.,,........... 0 nkue Murphy, Patrick ...,,,...... Nosal, Evangeline ........ Obert, William ......... Osborne, John ,.......... Polippo, Charles .,..,,. Reitz, Wilma .............. Robson, Ruth ...,.,............ Scavuzzo, Anthony ....... Schilfhauer, Catherine Schiffhauer, Rosemary ......,.,,, ....... : Schneck, Mary .............. Seesholtz, Robert ......... Shaffer, Homer ........ Shaffer, John ,...........,,,...... Shaffer, Maurice ............ Sickeri, Lydia .....,...... Siko, Steve .............. Sikora, Helen ............ Sivits, Charles .,... Slagle, Charles .......,.,. ................kawhx ,.,,........sgkoW r.l.......pnjmy ............otmn- .........,......hg'I'mf Th ..............rg-uy ..gaQnw ?kh ......s-myi ...,..,.......osjpg ...byvzw ....hwnle 5 Tmuw ...1nnaQf ...........ga ?nw ..,..........hikQ g ......s-Quf Smith, George ..... ..h-?5p Sml th, james ...................., .....,........ g dklj Snavely, Phyllis ......... Snook, Mary Louise ............zrqQg Spotz, Robert ........,.......... ........... - ..... p fdbh Sproat, Nancy ............. bwkup Stankan, Albert ...........,. ............. 0 -Qug Stoner, Roger .............. ..... f ?a-l Stuver, Robert ............... ............. s bk?x Terrxm, Inez .....................,.., ............ h qrg? Todhunter, William Tomb, Willard .......... Tremain, Doris ........... Trevorrow, Esther . Trexel, Althea ,....,..... Venzon, Rosie ..... .............?tnQf .hpkuQ ....,,,......lamni ,,............sdtog Qcq ?z ............hakng Venzon, Tony .........,...,,.. .............. q xluj Weaver, Martha .......... ................ p ldlj Weaver, Zona ........... ........ - ..... b ijry Williams, Earl .......... ......... N ..p-Qog Wissinger, Louise ......... .............. o rkfh Wright, Charlotte ...... .............. k fyht Yoder, Paul ............... .............. o a-ng Zeiler, Victorine .......... ......,..... h ?Qcb .............hgnlQ ?pmu- KEY Column 1 dimensions Column 2 complex Column 3 sings Column 4 looks Column 5 appetite Zimmer, Sara . .,........ . J if X TQQQI H I7 X a baritone k lacking like an angel b inferior I loose scrappy c nervous m hoarse good d tenor n bass boundless e robust o angular ' passable f devastating p silver plated swell g immense q elegant not genuine h small r superb rusty i bad s lengthy great j healthy t average I ,xx Qggwi M Xxx S' NXXRN l l ,f is page r f if H W N Q K E Yr-i ex ll :f lil .., 5' ,J E-Q 5 l S fl' , .A v 5 up ff. fe: me rf .H .J. iff Q' fe- A ' A-'jr - fi V1-T . 4' 3-,Sag 'rl-ls 1932 nEl-1.sc'ron--- ,, -Q 1 A L 1 N ai, 51. u 'ei , x 23 'Ve , 1"-b f NF 1-6 xf ' -L f,f-ei E -. , ,Q 5, Sway 535 - V' 1 lg . Au ' , ,um Qt - , ' , 1 X 1 x V - A 1 ly" Z , ,Tr ' V' W f A ' ,fp f 1 '51 ' 'W ' ' ' IJ X 4 gif if -X ' '-- -' ' 1, " 'L 'f N f -. 3' U e nt, , ."' ' I 1 ji .f -7, If St' - XL ' lla, 5 .fr-ig, "' ,' 3 5, '. ,J -uf I f' 94, V, ,,, f1'?'!'?"' ,vJ. f JW .. A ':, 1 -1- :L 'gr egg, Q 'G' ,Q IZ! I ' - . f Z 2 X if -"' , 5 ,..1-1 ATHLETICS gi Q Q "1 ww '-JH " f 'K s 'W-.a 1 V, .L - ,V 'A 1 4 R .if " 1 , K a . - , ,U .e.,1 A. . H ,. 1 .4 g'lw1'fW ,K Q .1 V. 'wr fl-A P 'ZF' l' - Y 3 3 ,S ., ,F - vw., V. ., ,V . Wjyllfitfffl' 4 ft X yg X 1 lf .g., ffiffi 'f' .. ,fa K, lb Eli Q1 El ri Q! it F? ,.. all s 5 Q. 1 FOOTBALL A Having a record of winning five games, tying one, and losing three, the Ferndale 3 Yellow jackets pulled through the toughest schedule ever attempted by a Ferndale Q football team, with a comparatively successful season. Although outscored by their gg opponents, the Ferndale team was by far the most spectacular team ever turned out by Coach Fisher. The squad from which Coach Fisher moulded his team was made up of four lettermen from the 1930 team. As the season progressed, Coach Fisher developed the X following squad: Rorabaugh, S. Telenko, Legonish, at endsg Grandll, P. Stankan, Klemick, tackles, Ford, H. Hill, Fleigle, guards, Barnitz, at centerg and backfield including D. Telenko, Wissinger, Shubic, Cherrits, C. Kloore and Williams. ln the annual opener with Dale at The Point Stadium in a night game, the bat- tle ended in a 6-6 tie, Ferndale having missed many scoring opportunities. Coach Fisher, having smoothed out the rough spots the following week, the Yel- if low Jackets in their next game defeated the highly-heralded Allegany High team of F Cumberland to the tune of 12-10. In the third game of the season, the veteran Franklin team was defeated, 12-6. The Ferndale team demonstrated its flashy offense in completing 13 out of 21 passes. On the following Friday the Ferndale High School Gridders with "Zeke'l Wissixigei' 3 scoring twoitouchdowns won from the previously undefeated Boswell team, 12-6. the Black and Gold gridders suffered their first defeat of the season by a score of E VVith a fi htin Ferndale team oing into a l ame with the lfngh-coached eleven. g g il' g 13-7. "Danny" Telenko in this game showed his ability as a field-general. w .. 1, - 4 , -'K A ., ' 1 I' ,rf , 1' ' FQ Fe i'7"f"wgs Qtr- . ""i'4'rf1 ff' . v fi. l . V 'ax X N E , A xx , A I .kXd,,,.vJ,, , ,iw ,, iz s -- - - l ww we wk or ' v ' .. -1j:'1' ff t , '-.'. ,X Q ','x,L1-f'N: fc, ' 5, s" ' g+1e:Mv-'W-M X158 -:V .V :QQ 1 'ms ..-X., ',Ng"0Q wi, Pvt N' 551555.-f'f'f'3 "sexi .l , 4, Q. Q t 'Q x s GN lv X X .AL . t , , - , K V, N y I -EJ". 7 - K F 5 - v tk' , ,px ,V tx, Q , X c C. vs . at, .f X . - - ssc s e ' 22:45-'19 fffaa- 3. mwf'f1fe- if - fr A N X xx is ' -is ' "'s"i'-1Er--s2fr-???- ilt'..-....is X get 1 ASN SAS . A i' . .Aki j, 1 S Q I I NY THE 1932 REFLECTOR--- , - , ' ,.,Playing the Adams Township eleven, the golden tornado came through with a victory by ascore of 13-7 in the last five minutes of the game, when, Dan Telenko heaved a 45-yard pass to his brother, Stephen. In the following game the Black and Gold showed what a fighting team could do. After securing a touchdown in the first few minutes of play and then success- fully staving the fighting Conemaugh team off until the last three minutes when they scored a touchdown and the extra point to give them a one-point lead. The Yellow Jackets came back and scored on a fifty-yard pass from Telenko to Rorabaugh to win the game, 12-7. Following their spectacular win over Conemaugh, the Black and Gold gridders journeyed to Somerset to be overcome by a powerful Somerset eleven by a score of 18-6. After a layoff of two weeks the Ferndale team traveled to Lock Haven to play their hardest game of the season against a heavier team. The Yellow Jackets were swamped by a score of 24-0. With the season ended, the Yellow jackets had three of its players recognized in the All-County eleven. Selected by twelve scholastic mentors, Dan Telenko was the only athlete to be placed on the team the second year, while Rorabaugh and Ford gained honorable mention. The team will lose by graduation, Daniel Telenko, Walter Wissinger, Charles Rorabaugh, Homer Hill, co-captain, and John Legonish. This year's squad and re- maining varsity members will furnish plenty of material for a strong Ferndale foot- ball team next year. SUMMARY or SEASON Ferndale ...r...... ................ 6 Dale .......,...... ......... 6 Ferndale .......... ........... 1 2 Allegany ,..i..... 0 Ferndale ...,. ...,....... l 2 Franklin ....,.. .......,.. 7 Ferndale ...., .,....,.... l 2 Boswell .............., ..........,.... 7 Ferndale ..... .,......... 7 Westmont ......... ............... l 3 Ferndale .......... ........... l 3 Adams Twp. ...,..... ......... 7 Ferndale .......... ,.......... 1 2 Conemaugh ............ ............... 7 Ferndale ..... ...,....,.. 6 Somerset ............ ............... 1 8 Ferndale .,... ........... 0 Lock Haven ......... .,...... 2 ..... 2 4 DAN TELENKO, Quarterback, QA!!-Countyb Co-Captain "Danny" has ended the greatest season of his three years of varsity playing. At quarterback he was a wonder, his passing, swift and accurateg plunging, fast and powerful. He was the outstanding back of the district this year. WALTER CZEKED WISSINGER, Fullback, Co-Captain "Zeke" was in every play, fighting hard, whether charging or backing up the line. Coach Fisher will have a hard time filling his place next year. af' g ' A f , 1 ,f s 1 .se 'yi' lm' ' ff. ? "" F? "Al 1.851 'I ff' gg, 23 'fig l k! ,A,...... 'il 5 Y M., " , W ' li ,W W . - 1: ' -4Tl-IE' 1932 REFLECITO CHARLES RORABAUGH, End, Co-Captain Because of "Chizzy's" unus ll l Nl' 'fi L , el SM Nf 'ix S K ua y ong reach and speed, he was able to snatch high and long passes. Charles was handicapped this year on account of injuries and sickness. 4 HOMER HILL, Guard, Co-Captain Homer was in every play, fighting hard. Although his work was not spectacu- lar, he was always a mena-ce to the opposing team. W THEODORE QTEDJ KLEMICK, Tackle "Ted" gave the opposing team a tough task, namely, to get around him. Many times the ball failed to gain, when Ted brought the pigskin toter to earth. ROBERT FORD, Guard "Bob" played his second season and proved worthy of all the praise given him. We know what he is capable of doing, and expect a great deal of him next year. TONY GRANDLL, Tackle Tony was good at opening up holes for his team but better breaking holes in the Opposing line. Next year will find Tony a more formidable player. . STEPHEN TELENKO, End Stephen did all that was possible to stop the opposing team and will have a very successful season next year if he keeps up his good work. TOM BARNITZ, Center A Tom was our tower of strength at center. He played hard and missed but one quarter of play during the season. Joi-IN CHERRITS, F ullback john proved good enough to gain a position in the varsity backfield. If he can develop a more aggressive spirit he will be a hard man to stop next year. GEORGE fREDJ SHUE1c, Halfbaek "Red" was handicapped by his size, but proved his worth to the team by his ability to skirt the ends. Follow the ball and there is "Red." L x Xi ' ff 2 X S N ' 1 I ,Q X xp U X i Y it 55- x R we - 1 r' R5 r" R, fa" X it ix l ii" R -s . -. -, p th 'ws -E X 2 - : f. , if 1 L? - 5 'f'-'rs.h'.x- -rr - V r, f- . ,pq - A - - W R - -1 ---H--------5---'mr-: 1932 REFLECTOR--I CHARLES CBUSJ MOORE, Halfback "Bus" was in every play, fighting hard, running interference or in the defense. "Bus" will come back and have a successful season the next two years if he continues his present stride. RALPH CWHITEYJ WILLXAMS, Halfback "Whitey" was our speed merchant. He was handicapped by numerous injuries but next year he will come back for the full year and make up for lost time. ANDREW SHEETS 1 "Jock" took a lot of hard knocks just for the fun of it and did a lot to get the varsity into shape. Eligibility ruling kept him out of the varsity games. HERBERT FULLER "Herb" did plenty to harden up the greenies and would have given a good ac- count of himself had interscholastic rules permitted him to play varsity ball. i A Q vuipZ ff' Kp W 1 .M ,frffaig I. ., .f Z V t K. ff"ff" A A A A if li U 5 BOYS' BASK1fTl3Al,l, As the crisp, chill air of autumn turned into the bleak clutching cold of winter the pigskin for the squad of '32 became a happy memory, for as the football slipped into the past basketball became the aim of some fifty candidates. Starting with a rush the Fishermen pulled through with success, winning 17 of 25 games, only ll of which were played on the home lloor. 1 ln an experiment ,qame the Yellow Jackets downed the Alumni, 18-1-l-, and closely followed their success by two home victories over Adams, 35-S, and Franklin, Y 27-15. ' ln the annual Cumberland trip Ferndale split even winning over lieall, 19-13, and losing to Allegheny squad, 12-35. The hilltop rivals next suffered defeat by a score 21-18, but -Iohnstown adminis- t tered the same fate to the F. H. S. Courtmen in a 15-25 score a few nights later. 3 li Dale lost to Ferndale, 35-15, but the Jackets were snowed under, 1-1-15, by the Blue and White at Franklin. L On the home floor Conemaugh and Southmont, the next victims, were shut out by a 33-21 and 27-111 score, respectively. ' iz In a journey to Dale the Black and Gold defeated Coach Vincent Hetrick's boys, 25-7, but were shut out at home. 12-1 1, by Johnstown. The Fishermen easily won the Adams contest, 30-16, and a few nights later VVestmont in a return game rolled up a 19-18 defeat. I . re. I X AX t, fx , -wk , li A if ,, ii, 'Tl .Q2'?'f-V ! KX I 1-4 -. " i w.. fix X 'K - t il .- " ff- -.ta ----- -- -jd Sw-5-mL'7'.'r."'.-'P'-1f'1 " lllff i4 N ' "- -2. . - ii I' qu 1. .51 4 4f'Nx M KG I THE -1932 ' m:rL:.c'ron--- The upset of the season occurred several nights later when Southmont by a 27-25 score won on her home court. E In the Conemaugh gym Ferndale won by a 25-16 score in a close, hard-fought contest. To close the schedule the.Black and Gold played the Allegheny lads to a 10-9 victory and lost to Beall, 20-17, the following night. Ferndale outscored their opponents by 121 points having 425 to their 315. In the P. I. A. A. Ferndale downed Ebensburg on the St. Francis floor, 27-21, but met our nemesis at Franklin when Johnstown eliminated us by a 13-17 defeat. Here again Ferndale outscored their opponents, 40-38. Entering the St. Francis tournament Ferndale succeeded in downing Westmont, 35-243 Nanty-Glo, 25-235 Lilly, 24-15, and Portage, 24-23, to win the tournament. A banquet was tendered the champions by a group of Ferndale boosters, April 21. F. H. S. collectively outscored their opposition by 156 points or a score of 504 to 428. Sco1uNo SUMMARY Name F. G. F. M. F. A. Pct. T. P. Shubic ............ Hite .................... ......... Klemick ........... .... Barnitz ........... ...,..... Mitchell .........,,,..... ......... D. Telenko .............. ......... Rorabaugh .........., ......... Lohr ...........,........ .... WlSSlI1gCI' ........ ......... Huber ................. ......... Moore ........,,,......... ....,,... 16 M566 Q Q 3 667 8 750 29 551 56 535 25 .400 3 000 48 416 12 583 20 600 2 29 10 8 84 170 32 6 130 35 66 2 S. Telenko ........... .... ...... ............ Total ..........,,. ....,.... 2 33 214 .504 574 Ferndale Alumni .................. ................... Ferndale Adams .......... ...,.... Ferndale Franklin .......... ........ Ferndale Beall .................. ........ Ferndale Allegheny ............ Ferndale Westmont ......... Ferndale Johnstown ......... ............. Ferndale Dale ........................ -.-- - -- Ferndale Franklin .......,............ Ferndale Conemaugh ........... Ferndale Southmont ......... Ferndale Dale ........................ ........ Ferndale Johnstown ...........,.. ,....... Ferndqe Adams TWD. ......... ....... . mf .4 '71 iffy li-liwflildfffff X 5- . . 1' I . ,.,:f' i ff 1 r- -M 'df' ' 1 ' f., , . 1 1 7 f - -4 : xx . -mfr..-H A fr .-4 e-.' hp ' 'Q' I " ,-I' ' 4 I 5 1 l' 4 ff" Zh- E: I 5 f fp., - Argqqxal-4,JR,:,jAv5ip M M. I 1, .9 Y if Y ,.1:,f,,'W I 1 : -4 1 ' A: 25- 4.-waerf 4: Lg 'i'.'j.2 -H' ., , ,4 F., . -. .- ., 1' 41 711 'ff' - em- 4 I' 13'fff'29!"lgg.,g ,ggi J" Si. 'M 1 f1l1f2f!A0!f L lg-1'i,ff?f!.fx'2fi.'f',l.'4' i , Ht.-- H HEL. - :Whig-'-'31 ' T -. X 1 f .Jil --THE 1932 REE-'LECTORM ,fi IF Ferndale Ferndale Ferndale Ferndale Ferndale Total ............. x Ferndale ..........,.. ......... 2 7 Ebensbu rg ......... .......... 2 1 Ferndale ............. ......... 1 3 Johnstown ........ ............. 1 7 Total .............. ........ 40 Total ............... ............. -55 Ferndale Ferndale Femdale ... .......... Ferndale Total ............. Q .......................,....... los Grand Total ................. - .,... 574 l Weetmont Southmont 1 18 19 , 25 27 'f' 25 Conemaugh I6 10- Allegany 9 H 17 Beall e,-,-........- 20 f Total............... -...........3l5 0 'hz fi- li P. I. A. A. TOURNAMENT ST. FRANCIS TOURNAMENT Westmont 35 24 25 Nanty-Glo 23 24 Lilly 15 24 23 Portage - .......... ..... - .... W ............... Grand Total ...... m... .............. 438 fx 1 Q. ,Q If 5 ,ng P2 i ,bl Wi! ,tm N f., 5- C - .fa 32 A if . 4 e J U5 Jw 5 53 all 7 Mg ' .--"" xl N ' R 'I ' ,v ' A 3 H , -rx 'F Q rx 5 Ryze N-145 ,' ,TSW X5 x N f X .A 5, 5 55' .2 Mix S V xl ' .. t ' :-7 M3 -D.-. 1 'N + f F at , e l -A eg A -M N - un. X t 156 ,Q Total.....- ............. - ................ N ..... F5 fi 5? 3: 2 7:1 VA ,.,K 5' 4 ,J if fl Q' mmm-M-ftri-eaemfmnmrfmflemm-memmTHE P1932 REFLECTOR-- TRACK Ferndale High School's track team had one of its best years in 1931. Ferndale was entered in four contests: Pitt Meet, Ebensburg Meet, District 6 Meet at Al- toona, and the Windber Meet, which was rained out. The Pitt Meet on May 5, found Ferndale capturing fourth place. "Bob" Kelly took first in broad jump and third in 220-yard dash. "Dann Telenko made second in javelin throw and Merrit Trexel, third in shot-put. May 9, at Fbensburg, Ferndale captured third place among other county schools. Boh Kelly was first in 100-yard dash equaling previous record, second with Peel of Westmont in 220-yard dash and established a new record in broad jump, of 21 feet, 2 inches, taking Hrst. "Dann Telenko made first in javelin and fourth in discus, Willianis fourth in javelin and fourth in 440 with "Bob" Koontz of Ferndale and Sutta of Cresson. "Mert" Trexel was first in shot-put and "Edu Hindman ties with two others for fourth in pole vault. ' In the District 6 Meet at Altoona, Kelly was first in the broad jump and "Dan" Telenko second in javelin throw. The State Finals held at Altoona, lVIay 23, found Kelly taking first in broad jump and Telenko sixth in javelin. The girls' track team finished fifth place in the county meet at Ebensburg. Ruth Wissinger captured third in 100-yard dash and the relay team took third place in NNWW XR X.. G' l l ' ii ' N ',.f!m,!Aw . V V A 1 1 ' ,wigs ' ' Q, j T ff 1 .. - 1 . , ff K' fmfff 1 iv ff fy Q-3 f ,sq-If "', ' 1f4'fff51'1f'f '7M'2- l 45 'L. I , 's.,q',,s, AV,t,..5.,. I l Ja ,, Al , pug . vi f' ff r: 'Q'-iilqx.."'ff-f:'fl',f tk ,, ., .,-' " 'EL Z f' 5 aff f mule 5 F ,..-S-, E ejgkjf fl ix 'X i. 'fz -9-V 05753 -zmgw 7:::,T 7-il7'r-vs-I T I ::.f-:Q ,gr W-in-4--af' ..-.:Tg 7 7:1?':Ssf o-71:12 I-2'Q.':.C :uA,:-.: LTI ND. Gyms: OA ,-,.. 'D sage? min FY C2267 'N ,T-P-A .. 'J gi21n:r'S "" .g,j:-fe" 71 fn'SJ2 -+. P:-1 371jSf-gf m 23-2.4 ' F? 4 ::-f1::-T 4 'N-49 H P ......, -. F 'ffllil Z 3,321.41 7: wr- U: QQQLE '- :.::::"3'Z 1 -A.. Pl' o'f v-Q2-+iQ'5 '-1'."'-N75 x ZSCQQQS- Ib 1:-',.n:-'-Q U: Qilfvre- 71 p--... g-'- A asvef E Demi' I gav"'.4 F 31 12222 e A -4 ,,h1,gi:" E :QCTI ,t,.,m:f: - "3"5-T Qgmg... .,.....-fm Ck.-:"'eF: W 4.7.1 QI,-ng-. 3.1252511113 32'-3:...f:' m5'?5'5 :"'-:Tir ' 4 Crimea ma: - -. .. :m7q72:',-f. :lille 1.'."1-1 3'1'Zl.Y"?f? "i.E'IW!'l l "" Govier, side centers, and Rebecca Clark,lNlartha Livingston, Ruth Spangler, Ruth ' Neff, and Helen Brant, guards. After the squad had been selected there were many hard fought practices to de- cide who would be on the first team and play the initial games. This year the girls were turned out in yellow warm-ups decorated with yellow jackets. On December 18, the Adams lassies journed to Ferndale and won by an eight point margin. January 5, the Franklin sextet arrived expecting to defeat the Ferndale Yellow Jackets but the home team was victorious by a 13 point margin. -lanuary l5, the Ferndale lassies arrived at VVestmont and tied with their rival ' team. ,Q .lanuary 22, the Dale girls were defeated on the Ferndale floor by a lb point lead. l' january 29, the Ferndale girls traveled to Franklin and lost by a two point margin. February l2, the Dale girls were again defeated on their home floor by a score of 14 to 3. Next the Ferndale lassies took a trip to Adams, being defeated by a 6 point handi- cap. The Westmont sextet arrived at Ferndale, February 23, and were defeated by one field goal. Nlarch 3, the Ferndale team again took a trip, this time to Conemaugh where they won to the tune of 15-6. lyfarch 19, the Alumni clashed with the Ferndale team which resulted in another victory for the home team, 17-5. X, ,.f an Q 11.s,x,w,sf ' t if ,J , . ' g5g,:SSQ2'. Nw 1, x , ,Q , ,, - A ,Y :s ,-- -- f--"f ---- i girl, XIII .ai - K - Rlvs, . , -. eh- ,M ff WR - xv X , A - f X1 n . P -' . .1 J 'sk- s. - , X . X ' y ' ' . f ' if , ' + ' f Q 1 , f N , .I 'mtg' . - Llvvsdk , . it N Y x K ' 'Y' ' lll f allfllss f' 'Ylbiwitllx Ill' l9+'3Te?24-me '-'e -'Z' ' xii '-'Q R , Z. 2,12 - f-,T 'l?X,ll?N,i?rilX if-ffQ'?fl'7f'M",. f .7 - if fl te .,, - F- , -, , . ,,..:- ,as . . - fer fl- 1 1- A. -t','..'.4 1- ' N -ef. THE 1932 REF LECTOR-- Ferndale girls vanquished the Jerome girls April 4, at Jerome by a 20 point lead April 5, the Jerome girls visited Ferndale and were again defeated by a 28 point mar n gl - . . . . The squad has had a very good showing in its games this year, winning eight of the twelve games played, tying one and losing three. The Seniors lost to the squad are: Helen Ryan, Ruth Spangler, Esther Rager and Helen Brant. Ferndale ............i Ferndale ........ Ferndale ............. Ferndale ........ Ferndale ........ Ferndale ........ Ferndale ............. Ferndale ....,... Ferndale ..........,... Ferndale ..... , .... SUMMARY or 13 27 15 21 7 14 14 8 Ferndale ......................................... ...... 15 17 25 34 Ferndale ................................................ Total Ferndale 210 SEASON Adams ............. Franklin .......... Westmont Dale ................... Franklin .... Dale ............. Adams ............. Westmont Conemaugh-ml. Alumni ......,.,......... 21 14 I 15 5 9 3 22 6 5 J ...........,. ............................,.... 5 CFOITIC 6 Jerome ....... INDIVIDUAL SCORING Field Goals Myra Noel ....................,...................,,......... 40 Mary Kathryn Border .1.,...........,,....... 40 Charlotte Wright ............... ,,..... 4 Ruth Neff ............,.............., ....... 2 Emma Jane Govier .........,.. ....... 0 Totals ........,.....1..,........................... 86 Opponents Totals ...,.......,... 44 SQUAD PERSONNEL No. of Yrs. Opponents 1 17 Foul Goals Total Pts. 22 102 90 13 4 1 210 117 N o. Quarters Name on Squad Played Myra Noel ...............,....................... ........... 1 45 Mary Kathryn Border ......... ..... 2 37 Rosalie M-cClarren .1,..,...... 1.... 2 47- Helen Ryan ....................1... ...... 3 46 Rebecca Clark .,..,......,. ...... 2 43 Martha Livingston ...... .,... 2 47 Harriet Maggs ..............1 ..... 2 8 Charlotte Wright .,...,,,. ...... 1 11 Alma Trexel ....................., ..... 2 15 Emma Jane Govier ...... .1... 1 8 Ruth Spangler ............. ..... 2 5 Ruth Neff ........,....... ....., l 4 Helen Brant .........1......... ..... 1 3 Esther Rager ....,....1......................, ..,.. 2 0 l ,121 ' X li' 4 I : ' 2 Q - D, 5 '47 'Whig l ' 5, 1 2 N, Aff fl ' ffo ?i':. ,ll if, ,I 'Pa 3. .1 1 rf ' 14.1 , Y" .x V' h ' if ' J' .5 r - .t X E 1 mb A A H V I X r THEA 1932 REFLECTOR 'I IN TER-GYM BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The Inter-gym tournament ended with the Sophomore team defeating the Fresh- men II Club, 14-11, to take the Rothstein trophy. The personnel of the winning Sophomore team is Grandll, S. Telenko, Huber, Williams, Ling, Rorabaugh, and B. Moore. SUMMARY or GAMES F reshmen-22 . Juniors-18 Klemick F Mitchell t Ardell F Maloney J. Moore C D. Hite C. Moore G Hildebrand Lohr G Shubic Field Goals-Klemick, Ardell 2, J. Moore 4, Mitchell 4, Maloney 2, Shubic 2. Foul Goals-J. Moore, 1 of 55 C. Moore, 2 of 2 3 Lohr, 1 of 1 3 Maloney, 2 of 35 D. Hite, 1 of 15 Hildebrand, 2 of 25 Shubic, 1 of 2. Referee-Thomas. Umpire-Fisher. Scorer-Ford. Timer-Stuver. F rmshmen-1 3 Seniors-18 Hite F Murphy Barnitz F Hess Wissinger C Horwat D. Telenko G Davis Rorabaugh Brant Substitutions-Hite for Horwat, Horwat for Murphy. Field Goals-Wissinger 6, D. Telenko 3, Murphy, Hess 2, Brant 2. Foul Goals-Hite, 0 of 15 Wissinger, 0 of lg D. Telenko, O of 13 Rorabaugh, 0 of lg Hess, 2 01:33 Horwat, 1 of 1. Referee-Fisher. Scorer-Ford. Timer-Fuller. Seniors-1 l Sophomores-18 Barnitz F S. Telenko Wissinger F B. Moore Sheets C Grandll 1 D. Telenko G Williams Fuller G Ling Substitutions-Hite for Fuller. Field Goals-S. Telenko, D. Telenko 4, Fuller, B. Moore 3, Grandll, Wil- liams 2. , Foul Goals-Wissinger, 1 of 35 D. Telenko, 0 of 25 S. Telenko, 0 of 23 B. Moore, 2 of 45 Grandll, O of 1 Q Ling, 1 of 3. Referee-Thomas. Umpire-Fisher. Scorer-Ford. Timer-Stuver. The Sophomores then defeated the Freshmen II club to win the title. X V lx. XX .es" 1 14 2172 XO! Q xx. s 4 llgl ff , N ' . va 4' V ' 552,-., '- xg 5 xi A + H E xv' 1 ,f 3 1:1 'lifsdfv 5" -" 'xx 5 .gl X 4' Q egg'-: 'S ,Mx L ll 7 x-4 1, THE 1932 nr-:Fl.Ec1'on-- . I , 5 fx ' x 1 I 1 'J v y WL' f, . xx. 71' Alsiik 1 i 4- f l ,. X I I I 1 l li .. E ff' xgrfi' 4+ ,I Q..-f'6q:ff1z, l BOYS' INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL The Boys' lnter-elass Basketball of '32 was resolved into two leagues, a major and a minor. Close races featured both leagues. As the schedule in the major league drew Sophomores, 7-6. The Soohomores won from Seniors, 9-5, giving them the pennant. The minor league race was featured hy a desperate spurt by the Freshmen. They defeated the Seniors twice by scores of 12-10 and 8-2, respectively, and upset the Sophomores, 7-5. The -Iuniors defeated the Sophomores, S-7, and the Sophomores to a close the juniors nosed out the the Freshmen, 18-8, hut lost to the the Seniors, 9-3. STANDING illajor .TITIIOV W L Pier. W L Pwr. Seniors . 2 .778 Freshmen ...., ....6 3 .667 juniors ,,,....., .. .....,,. 5 3 .625 Sophomores ........ ..,... 6 3 .667 Sophomores ............... 5 -l .556 juniors ...,...............,. .... 4 5 .444 Freshmen .......... 0 8 .000 Seniors ..,.... ........... 2 7 .222 PERsoNN Ei. SENIORSZ-'Tl1C winning Senior team was composed of: Sheets and Fuller CCo-Cap- tainsj, B. Moores, Oldham, Stuver. lwinor League: Sehiffhauer, Alwine, Weaver, Youhouse, Bowser and Desort. -TUNIORSZ--RYHI1 filaptainj, Williams, Pugh, Davis, Williamson. Nlinor League: Hershberger, P. Weaver, Wright, Miirafka, Saylor, Patterson, lvlyers. SOPHOMORES:-C. Moore, Ling, W. Wright, Maloiiey, Rorabaugh, Hildebrand. lVIiller. Mirror League: l.ohr, Mishler, Bracken, Barnitz, Ford, Stankan, Kuhs. FRESHMEN:-Hite, lliurphy, Heslop, Horwat, iHess, Brant, W. Davis. Nlinm League: Spotz, Landis, Osborn, Heslop, Boyd, Scavuzzo, Cammerata. NK .P f Wy' ili- gif" Q. -,,-N Ng.. If-iff ll , , f 1 fflzwx, ,Nil ' ' ,gil X : I l,s -----N -: 'x .1' .-1' ' 1 ' '-f .. , "fi . I 5 iff. ,f,f - 17' ' yn' 5 f , .3'77N'-"' l l 5173" 45" 'f..pzl'-7 ' f 'llli bi -' Z- sf 1 - .iff X s s 'I fe f 1 fs rr. Q .r 1 f 'ea-:. :- , . 1 iwmfz-.2 'Q f Q Ig .. s Q- ,gr . 1, Q, - of 1 GIRLS' INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL Although the girls' basketball games were all closely' contested the junior girls came -rut at the head of the high school girls' Inter-class league. Six games were played nn Tuesday and Friday evenings under the direction of Coach Ruth I. Hetrick. This year marks the Seventh Annual Inter-class Basketball Tournament and the third victorious year for the class of '33. SLMMARX or GAMES ll'on 1,1151 Pri. .luniors , 3 0 1.000 Sophomers 2 I .667 Seniors .. ,. , . , 1 2 .333 Freshmen , , ,, .,..,. 1 2 .333 TEAMS Freshmen : Jean Mitchell tCapt.J, Dorothy Alwine. Helen Raft, Flora Baum, Ellagrace Benton, Sara lilough, Betty' Boyd, Mareva Branthoover, Marguerite Brennan, Phyllis Davis, Stephanna Drzwiecki, Lillian Fey, Germayne Fisher, Delila Forney, Leona Gaston, Erma Jacobs, Sara Keenan, Irene Kent, Audrey Kimmel, Catherine Knapp, Dorothy Koontz, Annabelle Laney, Ruth Llewellyn, Mildred Lonsbery, Helen Mishler, Mabel Moore, Ruth Robson, Lydia Sickeri, Helen Sileora, Mary Louise Snook, Inez Terrini, Doris Tremain, Althea Trexel, Rosie Verizon, Martha VVeaver, Louise VVissinger, Victorine Zeiler, Phyllis Snavely. Sophomores: Lillian Phillips fC'apt.D, Pearl Brant, Elsie Bryant, Isabel Hildebrand, Ruth Hindman, Iiunice Keim, Betty Pfefferl, Vera Schrock, Alice Sehroyer, Virginia Scott, Garnet Shaffer, Ilene Shull, Phyllis VVolford, Ruth WVissinger. lluniorsz Alice Mock CCapt.l, Susanna lilackner, Norma Bush, Mary Doerr, Laura Gindlesperger, Dorothy Holsopple, Mary Kathryn -Iohnvour, Ruth joseph, Susan Katchmar, Nellie Miller, Beatrice Murray, Gladys Sivits, Louise Smith, Grace VViiliamson. Seniors: Lillian Snowball CCapt.j, Helen Barry, Elmira Baumbarigh, Doris Blum, Angeline Bracken, Gladys Callen, Tillie Cola, Freida Cooper, Iilizabeth Garfand, Louise Hartley, Ruth Horne, Dorothy Kaltenbaugh, Helen Kaufman, Mary Kaufman, Catherine Keller, Helen Knapp, Dorothea Leonard, Fsther Ruger, Mary ,Io Reese, Mary Seesholtz, Ruth VVilliamson, Aurelia Yeatter. l 1 Q, , f . 'l ' d "f"'i ' ,1- A R4 K in-2' 'H Ny s It 'Z r-A ,.f's- ,wie iibyrqysr, -we ,f . F ,- , , , .. 1 .. f . '51 j,3'4:3,, r H H I I , f 4' - -- -- Q..- ..... Y LL., ,. . -sys,-,5, i - ,N .,. - .. N -V FF. 2-ini. xr .. 5 ", ,,,f-'4 -w.Qiu.f17' ki: :-vnf4-4,f434,5xiE - ' - ' -- 'A ' .v ,,.f fs.. e 1 ,Q I Nl, il .y:Lf-,2f..r-- .lu il 'Stab x l V L ' 2? 'W' THE 1932 REFLECTOR-1 424 ,, 4 'lf' UQ VOLLEYBALL The annual girls' volleyball contest opened in November with every class hav- ing a large representation to fight for the pennant. The classes were well represented with one outstanding girl to lead its team and a large 'Crowd of spectators, Whose cheering made the gym ring with noise and helped the Juniors win the championship. SUMMARY OF GAMES l Won Lost Pct. Q Juniors ..,.,..,.... l .800 ' Sophoniores 2 .600 Freshmen .,.... 3 .400 Seniors ........ 3 .000 1 Lillian Snowball QCapt.j lwarian Shaffer Louise Hartley Catherine Keller Grace Goodhart Madeline Harding Angeline Bracken lNIa1'y Kaufman N Doris Blum Ruth Roseman Helen Barry Gladys Callen i Helen Ryan Esther Rager l Q X l l -fflfllf ff! . 'aw X1 Ili! fly!!! 5 X N ,v-' , 2 X-isieigxyiw-Ny-ltxglxs feeff:fLi.f,ff,,ff ,,,.f- ,f ',, j L A e --MVN ::s.,gss5,-5y.iQg ,er ,,M,.f daft fag H Q, ---.1 , ,Q '-f'f.fg"f 'A 'f -1' ,f"f f +., ,-- X 4 'id f S--S.,,N ','?'1'Qb',"f"l' X. 1","' .'-'-2 'Q""f1-. gf ,T.'1e,l"i: 1z71,!f.iw 5 'I . 'I 1 - 1' M- 11-'K wif, w-,f.1f,a4.,wfuf,.,.. .f f'1 x, it -we-we if M 1 Q aae My X . . " f fra lirr l M eaif L aff: -' QISJM--1' 1, " 9 L ' A q--33 9,-3,5325 ' K, ,,,7..4,.V 53,5 , ,, ,., nv ff., ,aw-uvYl'1...,----S M 3' ,-if-f'-W' "'---- ' l"1. ,ffl " M1 TILT-i' -., ,Wu .,.. ,:i-1.p.,- .1 pf wr, .yn ,- 1. . -,if-'fr -.-5, V F -ggi--ey - -. 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THE 1932 REFLECTOR Elizabeth Garland- Dorothy Kaltenbaugh Dorothea Leonard Ruth Williamson Harriet Maggs Tillie Cola Mary Seesholtz Ruth Spangler Helen Knapp Aurelia Yeatter Dorothy Nees Juniors Rebecca Clark fCapt.j Susanna Blackner Rosalie McClarren Kathryn Johncour Martha Livingston Emma Jane Govier A Norma Bush Susan Katchmar Luella Berkebile Beatrice Murray Alice Mock Gladys Sivits Louise Smith Emma Kaufman Dorothy Holsopple Ruth Joseph Sophomore.: Alma Trexel CCapt.'j Ruth Nell Elsie Bryant Nellie Miller Ruth Hindman Anna Noll Ruth Wissinger Catherine Temyer Phyllis Wolford Violet Lingenfelter Betty Pfeilerl Isabel Hildebrand Pearl Brant Myra Noel Mary Louise Esch Leona Hoffman Freshmen Audrey Kimmel QCapt.J Marguerite Brennan Irene Kent Mabel Moore Flora Baum Sara Blough Annabelle Laney Germayne Fisher Helen Sikora Lillian Fey Mabel Bush Uelila Forney Esther Burnheimer Helen Baft Lydia Sickeri Mildred Lonsbery Martha Weaver Charlotte Wright Steflanna Drzwiecki Rosie Venzon Ellagrace Benton Phyllis Snavely Phyllis Davis Catherine Knapp Helen Mishler Jean Mitchell Victorine Zeller. Sara Jean Keenan Leona Gaston Mareva Branthoover Dorothy Koontz Wilma Reitz 2 X. -X Hi' fr WH M " I1 F I fd fi 5 1,56 i in , a 3 Er. k ff' . l il JM. 51, A. :gf gt X X Btxixx "A' -,li 'XX' L, stX X K ,K x N it - ,. N l ff-L-"' X N me-f M 2-' K, -f it y me-N55 i , , ,s . ' X ,Ji ' . X X 1 if H ' xxx H 4-' , 4 c f , t x N- . - ' ' c - U. . xx w . gs Q, X K N ti- tw Q ll 1, 1 V X N .X 'figs Q . t Tyla XX , fc 'p i X - . ' 'NX 'HX X X- 4 A ll -: . tax X Q. fix. 1 f' i i v 1 X 5: . zz: Y,.iV3f,,Mm .41 .l 1 "af ,O 4, ' 'X " f ' , , 7 , ffl 1-,.a i w,i2'Qr:i'45" 725, '-'A .. ---ll' ri 'H Pkg X 'Si '1 h 'ji -. -Y Y -T fi .,- --:- 'i ..w"'ffr 5 L " f was -,--ai X ti: - -:3 lei? -4 .sc Nrxk iv l X Z r We N Tl'-I E 1932 REFLECTOR x al X ' l i lf1,,4 . BOYS, INTER-CLASS BASEBALL Rounding out into a great struggle between the Inter-class teams of Ferndale High School, the Junior class of 1932 pulled through to a decisive championship, winning eight 'of nine games played. The Freshmen Class of 1934 Won five of nine games played. The Sophomores were last hut not least, Winning one of nine games played. The standing at the end of the race: W. L. Pct. Juniors f1932j ,..,,,... ...,.. 8 1 .888 Freshmen H9345 ,,,.,.,. ..... 7 2 .777 Seniors C 1931 D ..,.,,,,,,,,.. ,.,,,, 5 4 .555 Sophomores C 19333 ...,. . r.,.,, 1 8 .111 TEAMS Seniors-B. Murray, R. Kelley, G. Gindlesperger, D. Maloney, M. Todhunter, W. Rodgers, V. Blough, 111. Trexel, W. Maslanka, E. Hindman, F. Miller, T. Trevorrow, J. Kraynak. Juniors-B. Moore, Legonish, E. l-lite, F. Desort, T. Huber, C. Rorabaugh, A. Sheets, D. Griffith, H. Fuller, D. Telenko, Mgr. Donald Burgan. Sophomores-R. Wright, D. Myers, Vasenovsky, Lishka, D. Pugh, T. Barnitz, T. Klemick, B. Fleigle, J. Heslop, J. Cherrits, H. Lohr, R. Murphy. Freshmen-J. Lohr, B. Kuhs, G. Shubic, T. Grandll, C. Moore, Moore, C. Barnitz, S. Telenko, A. Ling, P. Stankan, A. Nlishler. X lr fy f X X 1.5.1, fix' O X If ' .X 1 f X , .bhxx f ,f . x4iE Xxx 1,1 l iii ff' H 5 N sf- . 'fig -S , , " ' , 'Y :wif fain .: .f r 1' . . 02,1 f. 3 5 fg.,1,nq,4. V lgwcgafz, rea- af Q Q .1 ff 1 1, 1 , f,1,iH,g s ,,5.,? fT!1,.-,II lg ffl'-rixfijcj r 1 X x 0 j 97.7. Q1 2- Qizdg .g.1i+gg5?i1,'y Ji 1f,4.f.Qt-,'ff f.',14,.',i'1.fTf1,.L"fiC,f'...,"1'1 1- , W .Y- ' :Pr -. ifgf"4a1.'f,3j.""-J 1. lf, '5"V?j.:.' f,r.3.i-'-'j,.AL,f .-',1g:gj1? :Z I ' gf v Zqdgzfja.. fe-f -A .2 A! l:,.f3,5 ,4fQiW' 4:.ZZT:-.s- 'a A , . ff - Egg.- , f' 1 'V .....Mff1hf.g-'f'5..f""' Y v' .snr 2 ".' .-nf.: """""""r'b.I2'.ET3.'3---3 .Y - 'L..1,1ifg'1,T.1?:f93' Effirr' :sr g: l Q? l 1 f 22 --.:.""'.:-',:,- , , .I X XXX ACTIVITIES S51 Ss X Q S x Y -- TH E 1932 REFLECTOR ...- ASSEMBLY The vastness of the place where the crew of the good ship Ferndale arrived for the first assembly was amazing. White walled mountains and barren land pervaded the landscape. Here and there a lone scraggly pine dotted the ground. The wind roared convulsively and a dull bleakness in the sky added to the picture of desertion. Dazaled by the very newness of the place, and in fear lest some polar bears would become overly ambitious, the inexperienced crew shivered in their assigned places. However warm greetings by Pilots Hay and Keller ironed out some of the cold feel- ings. The crew now saw the brighter side of life, such as the Aurora Borealis, of enjoyment. Pictures having been sent north by the Bell' Telephone Company, they were kept in touch with parts they had left. Cozy places were granted to them by the pilots so that a sense of being right at home ensued. A spirit of fellowship also developed between them and the natives, so the assemblies were received by all with heartfelt enjoyment. The first assembly was entitled "Weico111e Inn." Outstanding among the ex- cellent programs that followed were "Coney Island Arcade," "National Education Day," Moving Pictures presented by the Bell Telephone Company under the direc- tion of Mr. Fulmer, a Christmas Play, "Valentine Day," and an April Fool Day Program entitled "The Great Dilemaf' Activities were not limited to the members of the crew themselves. Speakers from other parts of the ea'rth also participated. Among this group were Fred Sharpe, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Evans of the State House of Representatives, Mr. Denholm of the Studio of Music, Mrs. Alvin Sherbine of the W.'C. T. U., President C. C. Ellis of Juniata College, and Rev. Tomes of the Christian Church. These persons brought interesting bits from their respective fields and were heartily received by the crew. These programs were under the supervision of Captain Ruth I. Hetrick and her non-commissioned lieutenants. The lieutenants consisted of Seniorsg Chairman Ruth Spangler, Esther Rager and Charles Schiffhauer, all of whom alternately announced, Juniors, Donald Patterson, Earl Brubaker, Sophomores, Olivia Hornerg Freshmen, Mary Louise Snook. The members of the crew who so ably demonstrated their skill in the manner of making posters were Clarence Boerstler, Quay Saylor and Edward Hite. Through- out the year their drawings were used as a guide to programs that had been arranged. lt may be conscientiously said that there were no barren days so far as assemblies were concerned. With every Senior member of the crew participating in a program, a new goal was attained. The caliber of the programs was good and as the year progressed, assembly grew to be the most popular program of the week. It gave to the crew a high morale by causing a deeper appreciation for their opportunities, and that in itself is enough to make everyone wish for such presentations in the North forever. ' X s N X lf ax X1 6 s gi - Q L R .,-?:'-- 2 X an X 3 g ,Q "5-.x ll ' x 5 ' N is . . - - YJ ' Q' K X- 'Qu W 55' i WW E ' it . 5 A iifyx if .. TTi21'E..ECY0Rm-- if yi'-ci'gTQ'LfMk'e-v J isis E El S f ls fi i Fl DR li N S I C LIQAC I lf If LITERARY In the Literary competition Ferndale had marked success, winning seventy-five per cent of the Southern District and Hfty percent of the county events. On March 19 we competed for the Southern District honors in extemporaneous speaking, oratory and reading at Johnstown High School. The results were as fol- lows: In extemporancous speaking, Charles Schiffhauer, coached by Nliss Grace Het- rick, placed thirdg in Orzltory, Homer Hill, trained by Bliss Statler, firstg and in reading, Donald Patterson, instructed by Miss Grace Hetrick, first. The winners of the Southern District participated in the county events at Ebensburg, April 2. Don- ald Patterson, with his reading, "The White Hands of Telhan," placed second. Homer Hill, with his oration, 'lThe Honorable Washingtonf, tied with Nlary Lloyd of Hastings for first place. At Juniata College Homer Hill placed fourth. The Ferndale Debating team under the leadership of Nlr. George Townsend, was composed of Wilma Board, Earl Brubaker and Frank Helsel Qalternatej, af- firmative and lylary Jo Reese, Lillian Jones and Donald Burgan Calternatel, Who represented the negative side. The question argued was-Resolved: That the sev- eral states should enact legislation providing for compulsory unemployment insur- ance. At the close of the district debates there was a tie for first place between Cone- maugh, Southmont and Ferndale, Westmont and Franklin having been eliminated. By totaling the individual score of the judges Ferndale won the Southern District debating contest. On April 2 Ferndale defeated South Fork for the county cham- pionship. In the district eliminations at Juniata College the Ferndale teams were defeated in a close contest with Williamsburg, district champions, after advancing to the semi-finals. 5 F +3 Y! fi N A sa fi ., J f " -Kfif"'-...Nag J ' LN if gijiiuw ' Jill 'Ui ' V . I f. wx' i. haf, . 1 4 Duff ,E M! itlgigigedgi IPORICNSIC I,lCAGllIC M csic The 1932 Forensic League contests again opened at Johnstown High, Nlarch 10. The musical contestants had put forth such efforts and under the able supervision of Miss Margaret Hay, several entries resulted in victories. The li. H. S. groups tak- ing first place, thereby qualifying for further contests were: The Girls, Trio-Nlary Kathryn tlohncour, Nlary Kathryn Border and Virginia Scott, with Olivia Horner as accolnpanistg the Girls' Quartet-Violet VValker, Ruth Horne, Lillian Snowball and Victorine Zeilerg Violin Solo-Robert Spotzg French Horn Solo-Olivia Hor- nerg Small Instrumental Group composed of three trombones-Robert Hildebrand, lfarl VVillian1s and Richard Haughton. Ar lfbensburg on Saturday, April 2, the Girls' Trio, violin and French horn solos, again took first place, and the three troinbones placed second. Ar State College. April 16, Olivia Horner and Robert Spotz were advanced ot the State finals which were held at Pittsburgh on April 30. Although representing lf. H. S. creditahly, neither contestant was able to win a first place. The Nlixed Quartet-Klartha Livingston, Klary Louise lfsch, Frank Helsel and Kenneth Bloughg Soprano Solo-Violet WHlkCl'Q Tenor Solo-Clinton Alohncour, and the Bass Solo-Kenneth lllough, made a favorable showing at -lohnstown High but did not qualify for further contests. Tfff-51? mrrios. ,--"2 ' , 1 V .J-4' . lvl, K : ' Lf' X5-E 'N N ,, X .U-.-.fn W . . I ,,,.t,....,,.,.,.-Lx.N,, l I l 'Q f -9 .4.f,'::s .........,. ..A- h TQ, memwv X.. :T ,V-A Xl. If-lilw--' ,l 'XX' sf -eff i Nr risa 1932 REFLECTOR--- gb ' N. I 1 V CAFETERIA On March 16, 1931, a noble group of able bodied students took over that insti- tution which is called the Senior Cafeteria. Helen Kaufman was appointed the general manager. She issued schedules which assigned the senior lads and lassies certain days on which to bring their portion of sandwiches, pies and cakes. ' Ruth Williamson was named the "checker:" Her duty was to inform the stu- dents the night before their contributions were to be brought, and check on them the following morning. ' 4 As dishwashing manager, Harriet Maggs was appointed. She made schedules which assigned the Senior girls certain weeks in which they did all the dishwashing. She also kept the cupboard in good order. As workers to help prepare and distribute the delicious feasts, Ruth Moon, Alice Keim, Helen Kaufman and Helen Ryan served. As it was understood that each person was to pay for his share of the meal, John Selip and Wilbert Alwine were appointed as ticket sellers. Bernard Moore and Thomas Huber served as collectors of provisions and as janitor Edward Hite served very efficiently. He saw that the cafeteria was always spic and span after the feasts had been enjoyed. In September a few changes were made. Harriet Maggs, Hazel Keim, Vanessa Steck and Gladys Paden were placed in charge of the preparation activities and Ruth Moon was made dishwashing manager and Andrew Coleman and William Murray were declared the errand boys. H HOME ROOM The Home Room period is observed in the Ferndale High School for the follow- ing reasons: to guide the growth of the individual student, to provide the home school atmosphere, to give each pupil personal helpful contact, to develop in the stu- dent his talents or acting and speaking well, to teach the correct use of leisure time, and to add variety to school life. There are eight Home Room divisions: three Freshmen, two Sophomore, two junior and one Senior group. At the beginning of the year each group elected its own officers. Some groups reorganized at the beginning of the second semester. The Home Room meetings took place the fifth period every Wednesday in the various rooms. After the business session was over, educational and entertaining programs were rendered. These programs consisted of talks, musical numbers, dramatic productions, practical discussions and the like. These programs came from the Supervising Prin- cipal's ofhce and were followed closely by the home room officers. During the home room period reports of the Student Council and Civic Com- mittee are given by the representatives, and supplies, report cards and demerit slips were distributed. Programs for the year included discussion on The Student Coun- cil, Handbook, George Washington, Health, School Spirit, Cost and Care of School Property, Pennsylvania Day, Safety, Abraham Lincoln, Inventions, and a number of other interesting topics. ,f " ,f Xl I J, 'I l .px 1 J, S 4. If V. I ? If f 9 , 'I -tw. "Z f " E tl-:Z V 6 ,ffofjgfgf 5? at W if A" I if if LET, lgflf E to JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB 'lhursday fifth period .....................,,.,,.,,,......,..................,.,......,..,.....,..,..,...............,.. ........ .... ,.... . . .,,, . R 00111 306 "The PVor1d Is Il Stage and the lllen and WOIIZFII Are Illerrfly fIrtors" Interpretation Reading Dramatization Plays OFFICERS President ...,,...,,,...........,.,.,,,. Dorothy Koontz Reporter ., ..., . .,,,,.,,,,,. Nlarjorie Knavel Vice President ,....i...... Mary Louise Snook Prg. Chr. ...........,....,............,,.i,,, Delila Forney Secretary ..,..,....w................,...,,.... 2 .... Betty Boyd U Cheerleader ,.....,....,......... Charlotte Wright Adviser ....,,...........,......,..... lN'I1ss Marian Hemmons Helen Raft Eva Blank Sara Blough Betty Boyd Mareva Branthoover Phyllis Davis Lillian Fey Germayne Fisher Delila Forney Jane Gardner lidythe Jones LaVerne Kaufman 0, A 'J E 'ZW g Q., if :allw- W - s ' 'aw NN fljfi' 9 ul- f .13 1 NIEMRERS Irene Kent Audrey Kimmel Catherine Knapp Marjorie Knavel Annabelle Koontz Dorothy Koontz Genevieve Lach Ruth Llewellyn Helen Mishler Helen Moon Evangeline Nosal Wilma Reitz . .5 Ha -. NK Ruth Robson Catherine Schiffhauer Rosemary Schiffhauer Helen Sikora Mary Louise Snook Nancy Sproat Inez Terrini Doris Tremain Zona Weaver Charlotte Wright Victorine Zeiler Sara Zimmer K g 5 ' I . fs X X ll?f,V'f 'V K. R 'ie Wdff N' is f2' f '- ' 1 1 r xl2'll .K , Q5 ff' 2 1 ix si' ,. MFL Tir XQX 3 , i X 3 fic: .'- -.X - 5 - f---tw ' E1--'rw . ' A , f',,. ,gh ,A-A ' 5' f .' - "Q: ,2 tag" " fi--fm 4 a P4 X-.XX xr Qx-if-Nh we A -1 . X QR, WC n Ns ! . fm If X ..:"P 'Ffh 35 ,V ,nklweulx . ,I r A1 E ,"' Qi- Lfl af vii'-FR 'Www E 5: iff? rr -1 N-xi? 3' 5 tfekn . . , . . h . . .W A S y X -1w3.?,f l2?S,g:fE:rr2z,:Efg, 3 W 4, .RQ-,?vi:5'-2: s -----Q ,M ,Q ' N 1 b " P' Y . Q . X ,A ,. f,,N ,vi ffl ,f,.. ,..5: ,:. fs ,-,gr ' "r U12 ...'1.13na.'2 ,L-S. fra x N'.':1z'a'.mz'!z,tr.tm'.xm'Lwn." ':i:'.'lnfr:1:: THE 1932 REFLECTOR FOODS CLUB Thursday fifth period ,,,,,,w,,,,,,w,,,,............w..................,w,..... ..,,......,,,.......,.,,..A,..,,....,........... ..........,. R o om 300 "Good Food-Good Health-I-lappinessu Talks on Foods Preparation of Foods Demonstrations Field Trip CDFFICERS President r,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,sss...r.s...... Freida Cooper Secretary ...........,sw. .w..Awsss. i Catherine Keller Vice President ,w..i,.,i.,,.............,w... Helen Barry Cheerleader ........4.....l.........-.. Aurelia YCIIUCI' Adviser ,......,..,,.,.......... Miss Eleanor Haughton BKIEMBERS Helen Barry Freida Cooper Susie Girouscky Catherine Keller Ruth Livingston Pauline Rose Ruth Roseman Aurelia Yeatter Susanna Blackner Edith Bowman Clarice Buechley Norma Bush Leona Jones re tuiilfrwf Susan Katchmar Beatrice Murray June Livingston Elsie Bryant Emma Fisher Ruth Roddy Alice Schroyer Klarguerite Brennan Esther Burnheimer lhlabel Bush Nlary Hershberger Mary Schneck 'X x , A X li Q J ,f QQ xl l 5 5 A I 'l ' S'-sX"4?I,""NFt:t:'ox Qjbhxxil' 'I fu, if I YI, N- L' 1-1, i ' L fw',,,q1,,,,f ,v i , -...N he in 4+ ""."i.'E"i-'AE'iiiA ' f' "U--P ' ' 1 -.J 15- ,311 "r-f-egg'-lijyji, f,jl,9'Nf ' e" ,-.va'-r:a:3'.Qife'fat- .yi ' f , ' ' M 'ff- i ,' 0 'of '.f v . r . . 'A th .WTA ml at Y,-gr gig 1 A 0... -if . +,.,..a g .if , . .nv ,..,.wrj.7" .fa . . Miva Wx. K J . ' ' J ., ' ' l,1 I fl, 0' Q ills tl ' X X we - 'i"'-Tiitpii LTL . ,Q f ' , X 1 nz- i,..... err, 'Zfv",,,,,,..... eiriffi . 1:e:f":tYef-----"M ' 3' ....x-...Lqu-. ..., GOOD MANNERS CLUB I hnrsday fifth period ,.,AA,..,,,,,...,,,.......,.,,,....,...,,,...,,,....,...,,,.,.,...,,,,.,..,,,,....,.......,..,. ....,,,...,........ ,,,,............ R 0 om 200 "Not Zlferely to Exist, but to Amount to Something in Life" Etiquette Teas Introductions Street Behavior Entertaining OFFICERS liesident ,.,,,,......,,,ot.,.,........, Lillian Snowball Cheerleader ,...,.,.. ....,...,.,........ H elen Brant Vice President ,,,,,,,,,,,..,...,,,,o,,...o.. Alice llflock Reporter ,,........,, . ,,,, ,nlwadeline Harding Secretary .,,,.....,,,,,,,,....... lyladeline Harding Adviser ........,. .....,.... M iss Jessie Statler Doris Blum Angeline Bracken Helen Brant Gladys Callen Tillie Cola Grace Goodhart Nladeline Hardin Louise Hartley Bertha Howard Hazel Keim Harriet Maggs lVilliam Murray MEMBERS Gladys Paden lllary Seesholtz Lillian Snowball Vanessa Steck Lewis Walker Luella Berkebile g Kathryn Johncou r Alice Nlock Grace Patterson Dorothy Seesholtz Gladys Sivits Rosie Sternac Edna lllahan lllene Shull Alma Trexel Ruth Wissinger Phyllis Wolford Dorothy Alwine Anna Atkinson Nlildred Howard Erma Jacobs Lewis johns Nlabel lyloore Lydia Sickeri 1 . . MVN., P. . 4 P . at LJ i Q ' 'M' X . ff-:A-WW! 'V ' i ,ii xil-f'-..f4,', A ff iFi'f'-ff " f . sd l' l E A ,. s aa ,ff , Ar ff QM ,,."7Q'-Mtg 'MESQQQFE 1,1 xx N af frm R We X' P1-'leer-it-'E'-'Q-xf'is.. XR-rmsf' l we lsififvrs. -'frm fy Q Q? 1 taei Nxw nv: if vvxthifxf! M?" y f lk LT' 152241-wir 'zmw E L .., - s. 'wa L- V if-, EJ A A 1 H f E was I.. if ,QMWNQS . E g A THE 1932 RlFLlC'l"0ll-- SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Thursday Fifth period ..,...........,........,.....,,,,,.... ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, R 00m 303 "Play Your Part" The Snowstorm In Want of a Maid Colloquy A Hot Summer Day The Gossipers The Tempest in the Hot Shop Fennel The Unseen Host Babbett Aunt Matildals Birthday Party Old Cronies Storms Before Sunset OFFICERS President ,.....,.....,.....,......,....... Mary Jo Reese Corresponding Secy .... Gwendolyn lxltto Vice President ,.............. Ruth Williamson Treasurer ...,,......,.,,,..,.........,.......... Ruth Moon Recording Secretary ............,,, Ruth Horne Cheerleader .,,te ,...............e,....,.... R uth Horne Asst. Recording Secy ....i. Helen Kaufman Property Caretaker ....,,,,.,..... Lillian Jones Adviser .....,,,,,........,,,.,,,.,... bliss Grace Hetriclc MEMBERS Elmyra Roseman Violet Walker John Weaver Ruth Williamson lwichael Youhouse Mary Kathryn Border Ruth joseph Alma Kaufman Martha Livingston Robert Luther Donald Patterson Robert Hildebrand Wilma Board Elizabeth Garland Ruth Horne Lillian Jones Dorothy Kaltenbaugh Helen Kaufman Mary Kaufman Gwendolyn Kitto Brownie Kotchin Ruth Moon Dorothy Nees Mary Jo Reese gQll.lllfZ?W or X Ruth Hindman William Hodgkins Olivia Horner Eunice Keim Kathryn Keim Betty Pfefferl Robert Rogers James Rorabaugh Vera Schrock Virginia Scott Garnet Shaffer .. , . ,- . - il' I I x ,. -, 1 V 6' ll , : ' -'f l 1 3 , :L 'T .,:f..,4f.1 . ' 1 - A VV 3 I l' 4 1 f,1' 'J xv 4.41922 P7 if vp.. 14 Mn, 'V-. S ,- vf' ff T , ' 1 it . ' as fffffffff' .2 1, ,T fi' g' - Y sd 4 N! TH lf 1932 REFLICTOR PRICSS CLUB Thursday fifth period... ,...A,,,, ,....,,, . .,,. ,A,,..,.,,,,....,,.A........,,.......,.,...........,,.. ..,,.,...... R 0 0 m 204 Norlh Earl W1'i'l South lfxcursions "The Yellow Contests News W1'itii1g Jacket" Visiting Speakers QDFFICERS President ..,..,....,............. Charles Schiffhauer Treasurer ........,.....,, Robert Koontz Vice President... ......,.......... Donald Hurgan Reporter ............ Grace Willianison Secretary ............ ........... V iolet l,in,qenfelter Advisers ........... Mr. Telford Blough Nlr. Edwin Snyder NIENIBERS Donald Burgan Andrew Coleman Charles Schiffhauer xloe Stemac Charles Kimmel Nellie llfliller Mayfilard Mishler Quay Saylor Theda Trexel Grace Williamson Ernest Brallier Klary Louise liseh Thomas Hammer Nedra Hess Robert Hill Donald Hite Ralph Kimmel Robert Koontz VValter Levergood Violet Lingenfelter Glen Nlishler Alton Murray' Todd Wendell Flora Baum lillagrace Benton Lenore Haley jack Hess Blanche Kotchin Robert Martini William Obert Charles Sivits llllllf i X, X XX l ,ff X l 59" - XRTS, "l" '7' N -f 1 w. X ""'JA A -M, X Ass X1 be A , 5 1 'FI 'ge-t XX f . Q ' YS l at 1 r ' , S i 'A llfu' ll X :EE N P K ' s- , -7 x X -X . -r ,iyff 'S' THE 1932 REFLECTDR-1 .glyf R te P e 3 BOYS' ATHLETIC CLUB A. i 5 Thursday fifth period ,..,,,........,,.,.................,..,..,....,,...,...,.......,,,.,.........,................. ............,. C iyuinaslum "Clean Sports and Fair Play" if Health Studies New Games Pep 5 Sportsmanship Game Rules OFFICERS l President ........,. ,.ii.......,,......,.. I Daniel Telenko Secretary ....,,.. .......... H erbert Fuller Q Vice President ,......,..,,... Walter Wissinger Cheerleaders ..,... ......,,,,, A ndrew Sheets 1 Advisci ',,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,i,,.., .i......... N 'Ir. Bruce Fisher Robert Davis L' ZVIEMBERS Frank Desort Walter Soyke Thomas Walker Herbert Fuller John Bracken Stephen Telenko Bernard Moore Robert Ford Tony Agnello Charles Rorabaugh Tony Grandll Steve Horwat Andrew Sheets Alvin Ling Charles Berkey Daniel Telenko john Lohr Charles Lester Walter Wissinger Charles Miller Richard Mitchell Tom Barnitz Charles Moore John Osborn Robert Davis Jack Moore George Smith john Heslop Charles Rogers Albert Stankan Theodore Kleniiek George Shubic Tony Venzon Richard Nlurphy Paul Stankan Earl Williaiiis Delmer Pugh john Viekroy ll X 1 4 . .ssxll X W f X X3'13'?:4T"ff'ffb7''Rxwfsifl! ff " 'H r"e r ff ' "i' 2 f-'iQ4f'fC"'fl- fx A f 5 J T is 11 Q i"l iszwigl '41 f""Q,fs w T, -A f fwE2f:M7?A'7' r1? ' ll ii tg V ' " 1, .+g1ggg..5-qprif Q. A-5 A wi . ' ., ---me 1932 ner-'tscronwvl f , 'f' .x ,T riff, .I ,X.'l ' r f """'n sf l 4 nl BOYS' ATHLETIC CLUB B. Q. Thursday fifth period .,,...,.,,...... ...,...,,....,...,,.....,.,,,.,,,,,,.,.,,.....,.,..,A,,,,.,,,.,.,,,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,,. ,,,,,..., R 0 om 106 ri "Not By Ferre But By Good Will" Volleyball Nlushball ii Basketball Field Trips OFFICERS p President ,.,,,......,....,........... ...,.... D onald Myers Secretary ......., Richard Wright Vice President ......w....,....,,,.,... Charles Slagle Reporter ..,.......,........,.,....w...,..,..i., Robert Davis Cheerleaders ,,,....,,,.. ..,....... A lbert Horne Adviser ,.,,,. .........,. M r. Kenneth Moorhead b Joseph Koss l MEMBERS 1 VVilhert Alwine Paul Clement Harold Howard Glendon Blough john Feather Blair Kimmel A Robert Bowser John Girouscky Walter Marian E Martin Krasovetz Albert Horne Paul McDonald Ralph Zimmerman George Hunt Griffith Miller if Louis Ceryak Joseph Koss Patrick Murphy S Omar Hershherger Byron Kuhs Charles Polippo Carl Lisewski George Sepety Anthony Scavuzzo John Lishka l-larry Berkey Robert Seeshulta: Donald Myers james Boyd Homer Shaffer 1 Andrew Murafka Edward Brant john Shaffer fi George Oshorn Sam Cammerata Maurice Shatter L Michael Ryan WVilliam Davis Steve Siko I David VVcndell Richard VVright Kenneth Brallier Merle Firzgibhon Samuel Hartman john Heslop Charles Slagle James Smith r I ned.,-' wff 4 V .N- ..--v' v-""""'9, T' A-'Q M ...,- 1 .lv 'X . -"""",, ps X ' ' .ff ,,.J, 'lp E wig gg-eg-.T.,e ,. ex , - tv , 5, y X. Ex-fx ',Tfs."h'. T. , .N ,--.' 'N .. ,,, ...Q I 3 r x - e 1 .N K , ' I ws, Y r, i "X, Y '14 " ' -. N x.. -Ym5,j,M -,N 0-. '--,,. X ef' 1 S 3,,X.R5,5X,:4 Y.z,q,,f3.RsNVv 4, ,fFr??.fi:kx,A i Xt. .qi S . .J .:EiFQ:f?3i: :I .. .ku lv, if if K i ax' K K SE52fL.1.1L VKTQJ5. U: - U N4 ix-Nxt-3-,',.4 2 v., x :S fl X gl:-,r..?.5.x:X sw X .E-X, ,QM 3' I V1 , 5 it I lx! J W Q ,.?.y'fQ.', . 'gag A ,AAI ,X I-1. 4 L--f. ,M i 8. 15545, fi. 1 T ni ,J 1.9 if rf ar.:-A We f' 'R S at 'A ' 1 iv T ' '19 -e"5"3'f',,,.Qli'3- i!5L'5'??f3"53i1iii?'l1ii.il. I.: 'V ' f.-:. L 4'-.1'-':'5TlX'T2i ' THE 1932 REFLECTOI-1 SEWI N G CLUB .Room 301 lhursdn' Hfth period .,,,, ,,,,. ...., .o....,,....,,..o,....,,, ....,..,......, , ...... ,......,,,... ...,,o. . "il Srifrh in Time Sn-ws Nimf' Hand and Klachinc Sewing lfmbroidering Study of Materials OFFICERS liesident ...,,,.... ,,.......,,,.,,......,... N Iary Barnitz Secretary .,Y..o..,.....,..,,,,,,.......,,. Catherine Lear X c lim-sident,, ...,, hlary Louise Dinges Adviser .,....,. ..., ..,, M i ss Pearl Liehtenfels Nlary Barnitz Helen Shaffer Nlary Butehko Catherine Lear Anna Noll .lean Smith Catherine Temyer Rose Alnistadi llllll MEMBERS QW? Dorene Blough Jennie Daclura Steffanna Drzwiecki Alma Granka Lucy Herzog Jennie Klemick Susanne Klemiclc ,f ,riff X f y X y !. V KN , wi A gfiffii -' 2 11. ,diiwffi . . qi g 1, 1 , I 'GH 11371117 ,4ff:f ff:-1'f'Z f"3?f1.:'i- ' I ff' ' , W f ij 1-gm Q ruff f,.----ga ' 1 . my ,-ffawiff. - '11 Q.. Q QQEV SJJ "' 1 :iowa ,ef E, New 1: W-1 .. Z? f ' 1' ,V 1? ff:.::fs. Q1 .f1f!ff!!7 1 f . M , f5i'1f1f"111'i,f3"""-1f'f- i- "ff: ' 'lfsfrrf' 2- Y 1 E - f 1- --11-.. ':3:-.ZI':mi- J, V. '.'- 331- .zz : : S ku' ., ,NX 'I i his xt . i W. tt, , E ,ii , . 4, .' ,,,f -1"v!n-nw ivenfmfwrv-nmrsvfv-mf' -ef 19-cnxr' - " i H, 'viz- 3 il BAND Tuesday and Thursday-8:15 A. KI. .. , ,... ,, ,,,,,,,,, AAudit0rium 1"onIl1.f1fl GYIIIIIVS QJFFICERS PfCSlCl9Ilt ,,...... ,,.... l'l2Il'l lifulilllicl' Student Leader ,vv,w,......,vvv,,,,..,A Robert Rgggrg Vice President . ...A,. ,Robert Rogers Lilirariatis , ,, ,.....,..., Eleanor Levergood Secretary ,, ,.,.... .. ,,,,, Olivia Horn:-r Robert Hildgbrayqd Aclviscr ,,,,, Miss Klargaret Hay Mizuiuiks Drum Major C!m'im'l.v lim-ijmlp Quay Saylor Tro 111 If o mar blames Boyd Richard Houghton Rohn-rt llilclelwraud Blair Kimmel Richard Moore Earl VVilli::ms l.'or11rf.r Earl Brubaker Thomas Hamer Harold llay jack Hess VVilliam Reese john Rcpp Donald Spotr Paul Stair s . s txlilstbxbq, ""' " - -Sbzirfi W 7 ' Marc-va BI'IlI1ll10OYCl' Mary Margaret Dzixi. Margaret Dunkie Betty' Kittn livrou liulis lileanor lxvergootl Marguerite l'ritts Raj: Svott I"l'l'lIl'fl llurn llonuld liealies Olivia Horner S1IXllfP1l0Ill' clllill Nlislller . -A 'v sgjtxv . QNXNW . fir-if - ii '31 lx it '. r ixwrt -X ., V at W 'r-fgf' X 1, ' J'f:-,.".1"",Gtf5i.:- -5, ' , -"fi'i15fT't'?l' -' ,V 512-1 3- i 11-ear f VValter Rose ,lilo VVilliam Spotz Tlllltl Ralph Kimmel Drumx Rayford Feathers John Gunter Robert Rogers Fluid Vvilliam Kitto 2 J' :J .f:9'u" ,f ,, 1 ,, 'M X . . at N , .A ,r me avr-5' 5' C V 35335 l ,-1-lp-" -N it , A, Lt i - t K . ' -' - i' l Kwai 2 'i -Q ----------THE 1932 REI-'LEc'ron 1 x ' 1, W , XX'L' 26 2 I AVIATION SCIENCE CLUB Thursday fifth period ..,., .......,..Y...,....Y...................................,,,.,.,,.,..,...................,..,.. ........,... R 0 Om 203 "Slay Is Our Home" Modern Aviation Excursions Gliding OFFICERS President ........................ Clarence Boerstler Secretary ,......i.............,.....,........... Clarence Bell Vice President ..................... William Ardell Reporter ................,............................... Karl Lohr Adviser ................................,,.. Mr. George Townsend MEBIBERS William Ardell Robert Bassett Frank Kotchin Clifford Saylor John Selip Martin Shaffer Clarence Bell Clarence Boerstler Frederick Carney Robert Maloney Robert Smith Richard Barnes Walter Davis Bernard Diable Floyd Fetterman Carl Griflith W John Howard Bradford Leonard Karl Lohr Clifford Long Harold Mishler Joe Patchey Alex Stepahin Stanley Toms William Wright Kenneth Zipf William Berkebile Harry Daniels Alvin Dill George Ewtuchovich Dean Gilbert Edgar Green V Lawrence Harteis Clarence rHaynes Walter Hite Richard Holsopple Dwight Jones William Keim Jack Landis Robert Livingston Jack Mallinson Bernard Melvin Edmund Miller Frank Miller Grant Miller William Todhunter Willard Tomb Paul Yoder I Qallllm FN' V ,M .W - XXQ ly ' 1 , 1 1 - , X 5 ,.f'l1 ' fjf ' f i: - I V ,. -1 C X - f f , ' I , g ,f ff y c ef Q . f f 9, I I I. I ' 'I H If ,A W44?,,,.fAK' W3-.gr l ullfx. I 1 1 I 1- ff, 1.0 VNJJ go, 'HNEN I I f ,417 L "' ' ,,25:aiff,C ' 1 Tl. r f2LQf'5"f2jQf,y',,'f' f-I-1..""i.i -ZZ -. , jf! 4 lf' f-jr 'Z , L1 A . . .,fgr9Tf A ,1 ' 55-.ge js,-s Q awful-wp'-In 11. ' ff ,,-' 1 QI. , 5- 11153-,,1.:,..""'2--5 -e .if J ri few ""??'lZ7'f2'-1"'?"5?""'i""""".:E":5'Q' V 5' 1 fefrlamfh 7 I 4 , Q' W , 1 ,. ,... W, , gi, .ff ,.',.f . ff , i-115,21 Q ' 1 of--.-..., BOYS' Gl,lClC CLUB Thursday fifth period , ,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,A Auditorium 'Hllllsir' rllnleflz II rllwry llfllffn lllusical Week Concert lllinstrel Show Operetta f,I"FICERS President ,,,,, . .... , . ,......,,,, .lfdward Hite Secretary-rllreasurer,,, ,....,.,,.., Homer Hill Vice President ,, ..Ardell Oldham Librarian ,.,,., . A .... ,Richard Stuver Adviser ..,,,....i,.. , ,,,... .,.,., , Nliss lllargaret Hay RIEAIBERS Kenneth lllough Dwight Griflith Homer Hill Ifdward Hite lllaurice Holsopplc Thomas Huber Robert lNlcCartney Ardell Oldham Richard Stuver Richard Virgin Donald Beabes Earl Brubaker John Cherrits Burl Fisher -Ii .. K '-.M -.......-.. ..-.,.: .,, W, af-:-1-l., Dwight Gashaw Harold Hall Frank Helsel Clayton Hershberger Donald Holsopple Clinton ,lohncour Harold lf. Lohr Harold Lohr 'Paul Weaver' Ralph VVilliams Lester Caufliel Rayford Feather Harold Fisher Kermit Griffith Orval Kaufman Clifton lllaloney Algie lllishler lllelvin Rhodes Willizlxii Spotz Robert Allison lfmerson Blough Richard Haughton Williaiii Kitto Richard llloclc Robert Spotz Roger Stoner Robert Stuver Richard Hinman 4' C-. Q hilll M19 M is 7 CIVIC COKIKIITTICIC lN'Ionday fifth perioclt, H ,,,..,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,Y.... , .....,....R001ll 20-l Law lfnforceinent Report Offenders OFFICERS Chairman . ,..., ,,,, ,,,,,...., . . ,Thomas Huber Secretary ,, ,, ,,,, ,lllarlys Callen Advisers ,,.... hlr, George Townsencl. llliss Pearl lrichtenfels KIEAIICERS Gladys Callen Theodore Kleniiek Homer Hill Paul VVc'aver Thomas Huber Olivia Horner Lillian jones Nlelvin Rhodes Gwendolyn Kitto -Ianies Rorabaugh Helen Knapp Vera Sehrock ljsther Rager Williziiii Spotz Ruth Spangler Betty Boyd -lohn VVeaver Dean Gilbert Catherine Keller Richard Haughton Clarence Bell Susanne Kleniiclc Frank Helsel Charles Slagle Clayton Hershberger Vietorine Zeiler Nlary Kathryn Johneour ll l x i ' 1 iv f' .X fy A . wilfw H 1 , ser-EQQNX--oikgw' ' fiff K ,ff rw 1 H N-KNxi"-ili7l.QlX?'s... .E .W-1ff1'3v-'ff' f 1 A "" - . H if 1 P1 ll '---M-11, ' ' Rx ,gfikrg rg, WX, --.,.,, Mm 1 -r" E 'dx , 4i2g':,,' A ,1 -Q ff' Ns. iff' ' if " f C, Wfjffjj'-'ig E C, 3g,g.,:gfT ' ' ff' , 1 4--M A, JA ,I H. ff-:-,g:.:4.g it 5 V x . 1' w N nw-sq 4 ' , q' r 4 X-9, . Jwk - - ,B x ' ff Rx X 'iw B. A In Akmii , . 'X ' 2 ww . .A x ,- , ,P I I N, 'Wm . - ,ri lv . eg . 'G Hs if' ea kt . 1 Q S 3 J 5 I Q a 2 'E 2 1 A I v ?i HT F Q Q ie . , P 'e K . E T, v .4 lqfkwvx. 5 I x- -Iv. 9 ,A my Xu 1. V X f., YQ 5. U - -, , X,-x N X ,,. ,A in x ,W , Vu f, ,..,..-......2i5j!' A if. X N- 1- , , xg . 21:--: 1 X ..- A' "x -ly-X? 1:5 Ns- fix if, .. i ..m......a.iei,,....,.i..,i.e....,,,W,,,.,,,W....m.,,,.... ,,..,,,.t...,.............,...t..a...., Q33 QQEFLECTOR E14 Xb GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB Thursday fifth period .....,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,,.,...,.... ........,,,......,.......,..,..,.,,,,, .................,... .....,,.,.... R o o 1 n 305 Hflerllih Is W'e11ltl1" Health Slides Game Rules Games and Sports Sportsmanship Health Discussion Basketball Excursions Hockey OFFICERS President .,,,.,...... ,...... ....,..,,i.,.... H e len Ryan Treasurer .....,..,,. Ruth Baumbaugh Vice President .......e.,..,,.ee,..,i.e Ruth Spangler Reporter .,.,.,.,..,.,,,..,,....................... Esther Rager Secretary ...........,...........,........,....,.,....,,., Ruth Neff' Cheerleader ....,.................,........,.... Helen Ryan Adviser ..........,,..................... Miss Ruth Herrick lMlEMBERS Elmira Baumbaugh Emma Jane Govier Ruth Neff Isabel Jones Dorothy Holsopple llflyra Noel Helen Knapp Evelyn Holsopple Lillian Phillips Dorothea Leonard Emma Kaufman Jennie Punter Helen Miehlo Rosalie McClarren Leona Gaston Esther Rager Elizabeth Potts Mildred Lonsbery Helen Ryan Louise Smith Jean lwitchell Marian Shaller Pearl Brant Phyllis Snavely Ruth Spangler Isabel Hildebrand Esther Trevorrow Ruth Baumbaugh Leona Hoffman Althea Trexel Rebecca Clark June Huber Rosie Venzon Mary Doerr Helen Kotchin Martha Weaver Laura Gindlesperger Nellie Miller Louise Wissinger Annabelle Laney l 2 ' : ' it Z 3 flifffey, 'xnxx' 'i,'3::3V,l'1f,,Jv' 14, " "1-5'-.WT if 'ie 215.2 5 1' lflfff .ff ,ff , f' P, , . 3 il iw.. X-h. E lr're I L, " t V' g . N. -...,,,.m-WNW "f--.M 1 - ' -- uv, , Str' it as .Ev I ' ----... i i f ' A ' 4 arse f 'i-f ' f gif .f . . , GIR LS' GLlili CLL' li VVeduesday 4:00 P. RI ..., , , A . ,,,, .. ...... ,,..,....,,..,..,, , Auditorium 'lllusiii l'iX1lfl.l' liarh Joy, Jlfoyr Eafh Grief" Christmas Concert Operetta Music Week Concert CJFFICERS President ,,,.,,,. .,,,,r ,,,r.,.,r.. G 1 'ace Goodhart Student Leader ,.,........,,,,,....,.., Olivia Horner Vice President ,i,........ Elmira Baumbaugh Librarian .....,,,.,..,,,....,..........,...., Wilma Board Secretary ,, ii,iiii,,, ,....i.,.,... . Louise Hartley Adviser ..... lyliss lvlargaret Hay Helen Barry Flora Baum Elmyra Baumlmaugh Ruth Baumlmaugh Iillagrace Benton Sara Blough NVilma Board Mary Kathryn Border Edith Bowman Pearl Brant Mareva Branthoover Elsie Bryant Clarice liuechley Gladys fallen Rebecca Clark Mary Louise Esch Grace Goodhart Louise llartley Nedra lless Ruth Hindmau Leona Ilofimau NIEMBERS Ruth Horne Olivia Horner Kathryn Johneour Edythe Jones Isabel Jones Leona jones l,illiau jones Dorothy Kalteulwaugh Alma Kaufman Emma Kaufman Eunice Keim Irene Kent Gwendolyn Kitto Martha Livingston Edna Mahan Jean Mitchell Alice Mock Ruth Moon Ruth Neff Grace Patterson Betty Pfefferl Esther Rager Mary jo Reese Elmyra Rosemau Helen Ryan Vera Schrock Virginia Scott Dorothy Seesholtz Garnet Shaffer Gladys Sivits Louise Smith Mary Louise Snook Lillian Snowball Ruth Spangler Violet VValker Martha VVeaver Grace VVilliamson Ruth VVilliamson Ruth VVissinger Phyllis VVoifnrd Victorine Zeiler .Q- 1 mfr? A f fa, . , N3 a 0 .' if'-' '1 - it ll , .. 'jxtx ' PM ,L A 1-'Lwsf.':1flJ:wn:m svLL wp nw-'w'men',-0v'wuvm.wmAs 5HRnnMqs.e'm,-:ara f I xg- " as F F ,- R 'N GlRL RICSICRVICS "To 1'lrlt'v Lift' Sfjllflftffjl and fo lsilfll and lfifzwt tht' first" Physical Improvement Service Work Spiritual lmprovement Social VVorlc f3IfFICERS President ,,,,..,.,.,., ,. , ,Ruth Spangler Social Committee, Hflraeu Gootlhart Vice President ....l,.... ,,,Lillian Snowball Secretary .........,.,...e........ Martha Livingston Treasurer ..,...,.....,...,,,., Elmira Baumbaugh Program Committee, ,,,, ,,,, l fsther Rager Flora Baum Vveltare Committee ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Isabel Jones Membership Com .,,.,,,,,. Lillian Snowball Refreshment Com .,,,..,....t....... Ruth Horne Advise: ',,, ..... ,,,,,, N I iss hlargaret Fleming MEMBERS Madeline Harding Elmira Baumhaugh Louise Hartley Ruth Baumluaugh Nedra Hess Ellagrace Benton Ruth Hindman VVilma Board Edythe Bowman Helen Brant Pearl Brant Ruth Horne Kathryn johncour Isabel Jones Leona Jones Mareva Branthoover Lillian Jones Clarice Bueehley Gladys Callen Rebecca Clark Delila Forney Grace Goodhart Ruth Joseph Dorothy Kaltenhaugh Annabelle Laney Martha Livingston Mildred Lonshery Nt-llie Miller llelen Mishler -lean Nlitehell Alice Mock Mabel Moore Anna Noll Grace Patterson Betty Pfefferl Esther Ruger Mary jo Reese Flmyra Roseman Helen Rvan Vera Sehroek Virginia Seott Mary Seesholtz Gladys Sivits louise Smith Phyllis Snavely Mary Louise Snook Ruth Spangler Lillian Snowball Catherine Temyer Theda Trexel Violet VValker Martha VVeaver Ruth Wissingier Phyllis Vvolford Victorine Zeiler yxxllliiqf, , A -L - ' 1 : r f I ' , . 3 Kit ' l l f f ' X , at tfiifiafff fl M s sys-isis N '-l:llil:'lli ' f,f'74',-L" ' , ra-t ., " "tk A V--IIN-2:sTFr?+?fFSfxW ' Msg' -1 ,f,ff'y? H -i - he--.. ,.r3'.'::,rf'f:?3P"' if ...fffcw V f,'ff'f'if"f A - ,, M :j l,.tZ:y Iifzyf Bjfljfssi --...EA-f v!If.5'xf,vA -, Q 54, ,f xl - u "-'t iff: 'sig Q ,gg ff , 7 ' A ,Ki I 1 -.,f U i - ' 3+ V ,i'.jl':.-. ij tx- 'F ,, M2 , ' ' - , u-nuuffsgd ' :'1tV3.LLl.:l-4: vw.. , ., V ,. .a 'B' T HI-Y CLUB ond ix-7:-l-5 ll. KI.. .,,. ,, ,,,, ,. ...,,,. ,, ..., , Room Ilmn Sjwwrlz, Cfmzz SfVlI'f.VIl1lI1IX1Iif7, Cfzvlzz Sflzofrzrslzijw, Cfmn Lzfvzng VVinners of Hi-Y Tonrnzunent Visiting Speakers Nlotion Pictures lfshers at Social lfvents Klontlily Dinners ill-'I-'ICERS l resident ......,,,,, ,i,, , ,... C lizirles Scliifflifnier See1'etz1ry .,,, ,, .,,,, ,Robert XILL ntnex Vue l lcsident ...., ..,. ,,,,. ,,.... l ' I dwzird Hire Treasurer t,,, ,, Don lld Bllfglll Advisers , ,,,,. Klr. George Tmvmeml, Nlr. Telford lllougli Yvilbert Alwine Cllendon lllougli lfilfl llrubalcer Donald Bnrgan -lolin Cherrits Rayford Feather Harold Fisher Robert Ford Harold Hall Omar Hersbberg Donald Hite Edward Hite Thomas Huber Robert Koontz John Lisbka C I' Nlmiinzks Harold Lolir Robert lllcfzlrtney Algie Nlislilel' llernard Moore VVilliznn Klurrzry Donald Klyers Donald Patterson Cliarles Rodgers Charles Rorabnngb Charles Seliifflianer john Vickroy Paul Weaver Waltei' VVissinger Ricliard Wi'igbt VVilliam Wright wwwf I, wx?- W 'vw , , of n v Q-vt, . -- .-nv. 15 'wr 1 A ,fp 1 4-w ai ' f if' 'x Xu e Y 'L " , -, :- , :,-1. -v -mv, r, s 5.2 r ,,,.f-'5 ' . 'fxqkg gig, -llfv' 6. L . me-"'i'f-. "-sb-'lL.,. ,,,-gi,.MQj,j,f,5 553' -45-3, E I VJ, -2:2-nf 'Ltr' ff- "" Nxmzx. Wy -jfgi eeEr'Lae'roR-W CONSERVATION CLU B "Con.vfrw kyllfllfl' for lllllllllnifief Sake" Lonserving Nature Kindness to Animals Feeding the Birds Hiking Beautifying Our Community OFFICERS liesident ,,,,,..i ,.i,,,,,, N 'Ielvin Rhodes Treasurer ....,.. ..,,.,........, t Iames Rorabaugh Vite Piesident .,,,w.....i..,....wY, Raytord Feather Reporter , .i,.. .........,..,,.,..,....,....... Ii unice Keim be-tretlrx ,,,,,... .....,... C ,larnet Shaffer Adviser ....,..............,.... lliss lllargaret Steele NIEIXIBERS Pearl Brant Mary Butchko Lester Caulhel Walter Davis Mary Louise Esch Rayford Feather Floyd Fetterman Williarii Hodgkins Lillian Jones Ruth Joseph Eunice Keim Kathryn Keim Bradford Leonard Waltel' Levergood Violet Lingenfelter Ruth Livingston Edna Mahaii Nellie lwiller Harold Mishler Anna Noll Melvin Rhodes James Rorabaugh Garnet Shaffer Catherine Temyer Stanley Toms John Vickroy N. I M. - 1 'rt " fy: fi, yy ff A E sl.fr'fzP'f ,F 'IM , - -.W HW? 4 ,X A -,,, QM MVN. wx ,. 3 ,-:iff Ryu. ce. ..m Af Q xNliEQL3- X is-J" 'I FFR ...M X -V - A..,,...a.- .,-..- V , .. ,, ., ,.,.,.fm,,, , lv. .-. - ...- URCIIFSTRA ondn Vlletlnesday, Friday-8:15 A. M.. , , Auditorium Parent Teaeber Meetings Operetta l'ommunity Club Minstrel Music' XV:-ek Concert Grade Operetta OFFICERS liurdent ,..,..,. ,..,.,. . ......,, ., ,... .. ., lzdward lIite I.ibrarian,. .. .,.., ....,, ,.., . , .,,..,.Olivia Horner lite President , ,, ,....,., , ,.,... Gwendolyn Kitto Student Leader ..,..,. ., Robert Rogers e IEIIIY and 'llreasnrer.,., ...,. .Helen Knapp Reporter .. ....,. . ..,.,. . .,,.,,.,.,.... . ..... ...liarl Brubaker Adviser, , . ,. ..,.. .Miss Margaret Hay lh1IEMBERS lrrxl Ivilllillj Clarenee Boerstler Harold Fisher Dean Gilbert Olivia Horner Gwendolyn Kitto Robert McCartney Donald blyers Mary -lo Reese Virginia Scott Robert Spotz Sfrond Violin.: Alvin Dill Edythe Jones Betty Kitto Helen Knapp Helen Koteliin Rivhard Mot"Q XVilliam Spotz Clariizrls Mareva Branthoover Margaret Dunkle Byron Knbs Eleanor Levergood Ray Scott Flu tr: lidward Hite Xxyilllilfil Kitto Trn m lmllfs James Boyd Richard Haughton Robert Hildebrand Richard Moore Earl YVilliams fjfH'lIf'f.f Earl Brubaker Thomas Hammer lack Hess john Repp Frfnrfz Ilorn Donald Beabes Saxojrhom' Glen Mishler Cello Anna 1,0111 Spengler liars Violin Mary Kathryn Border llarilom' VValter Rope Drums Rayford Feather Robert Rogers Viola Betty Boyd zYyi0f?!l07lF Cleo Oelsehlaeger Piano Elmira Banmbaugh Tuba Ralph Kimmel h.4,:,s. .- fl, ji ,fd 4 L I yi . .2 n. tlxuk vf.. f J' ll w '34 I -i new 9 t ff' 1 M ----ff Eh-'ffif 2 x g 15 :'5?33fgSEl1?f15cfN ., -1-- L .Z---'Tri e'ff--"H ' 'Z--" llf -uf .I2ITT'Id'?5Kf' L""""""'1-. f.!i,1"'K'--fl! "-'. 7 -229' ff? D " .VW "K: N. .I 11532 9" . s - lui il 'Nix il' 1 1 i j aeernmacvonmm 5 A f S'l'lflJlfNT COL.'NCl,l, Klmnlay fifth period , ,, , , .,,. .. ...,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,...... .. , ,,,,, ,,,,. , ,Rootn 20-l Self Cloverninent School Laws Law lpntoreeinent Discussions Improvement lletter Citizenship Oififreifas President , ..., Charles Sehirlhaner Vice l'resiilent . ,A,,,, l lirnbaker Secretary ',,,, ,,,, ..,,,,.,,, , .,.., l , illian Snowball I' xeL'1.'1'Y Anvisizks Mr. H. W. Hay Nlr. Frank lieller lllr. lirnee Fisher lblE.XllZFRS Ruth Xloon Betty l'1'c-Herl Ruth NVillianison Virginia Scott Bernard Moore Robert Ford Nliehael Youhonse Charles Kloore fvlary Kathryn Border -lane Gardner Rebecca Clark Ruth Llewellyn john Cherrits .lanies lioycl Ralph VVillianis Charles Lester CoL'R'r Chief justice .,,, .hliehael Yonhouse Vice President , , lfarl Brubaker President ..,.,.,,,.......,....., Charles Schiffhaner Secretary ., ,... . ,, ,,,Lillian Snowball Representative from School-at-Large .,,, i.,, ,,,. H c nner Hill xi'X:rf.'l,1.f KNXxXXxXX4sV e f . 4 l I , 9733-XfxxN:Q-'H f' -, Y-..N, xx N 'w i 51 M' h 7, . K t, ff "f'Pi'11 'Q' H X aiu A al ' ' wf:'2,V W,-fa:-i4r'!l!x3 t , if fi ' " N' W". 'riff i-fiif f in V ' "l'l,Y-'.li',ffS',i5"44....:x.3 ee f 2.3 ,.,, . 'i-lglffgll 'Q-E 52'ZQ.4'j'Y ,.'g,g.4L. f'-.Q J....,.. , ,Y W.,.,... jf 6 ,, M. F.. '- if B5 w Va Q . ,, c ' ' 'MAA ,Mk 5 f' 3 1 ,f-N' X f'f' f ff , if f ' ff' v?m,f'fK''f15',9.wf., -- wx . , Ning y ff f N-. xx 'K -. 'K . 4.4, ,P-if .fl 1: 'X P'-'N -gg, -x I X." Yi vp, -' 3 4 '1 - ,, N113 H -, A . ...-.. f XUXX "Na ,, . '35 ---..., .x..,, V 'X , N . Yngwfz -Y M'- -f-- W .,,., 4 4, A .- . 4 -N ,,- Q ,W--.-, .. U, 'iii' "N":'f'11-M.Ri1l5,T,5,,4f,V. 35-. Q .i V- X v Ifif My-x1 ' ' ,fr-ie . W-A ff "A"UNK,-'-.ggi-L'wf'-4.2-fm .,5.,g 2 f'fff'??'1'P5'x " . in 3 uid ""' 41- "".'...'.'3':' l , '. qiiw. - P ,f ff' -A' X . . A Ti ,-14.11,-,Lis , ' 'Q'-sffzgl . X ' 'H 95" v ' X N 'R-"I: ill'-w AJ" xx X Xqis QNYM Q -ov,-TIN . N x Qlllf' .X X .. Lx Q si -f C 3? PI- 6 1: 1 A .y fi ,, 25 '1 M ,S A we .4 wif 1:31, ,ll X, x'.'-,.'1kS., 1' l A 5 ll li lr li A 9 e- l fl ll ll . L . STLIJICNFI' COUNCIL CUNINIITTICFS Q9 Q, Fizzrlzzffizll Illfllllllllfffl? flfhfetic fjflllllllifffl? Girls' rlllzfefir Com. Isabel -lones, Ch. Daniel Telenko, Ch. Helen Ryan, Ch. F' Frank Helsel VValter Wissiiigei' Ruth Spangler fi Ruth Spangler Thomas Huber listher Rager " Clarence Hell Homer Hill Rebecca Clark ' hir. Frank Keller , Robert Ford Nlartha Livingston 3, Faculty Adviser Harold liohr lllary Kathryn Border Charles Nloore llyra Noel ' fISXl'lIlllfj' Proyranz Com. George Shubic Ruth Neff gf Ruth Spangler, Ch. Tony Venzon Vera Schrock lfsther Rager Clifton Klaloney Charlotte VVright E Charles Schiflhauer Nlr. Bruce Fisher. .lean Klitchell , Donald Patterson Faculty Adviser Delila Forney lfarl Brubaker Kliss Ruth Hetrick, H Olivia Horner Social Conmzittee Faculty Adviser gi Mary Louise Snook Lillian Jones, Ch. 3 Bliss Ruth Herrick, Ruth Horne l'nl1lirntim1 Committee E Faculty Adviser Thomas Huber Louise Smith, Ch. i Isabel Jones Gladys Callen lf Urganizatiozz Conznzitire lfliss Grace Hetrick, Nedra Hess ff hlartha Livingston, Ch. Faculty Adviser Charles Kimmel Clarence Bell Donald Patterson Li Rebecca Clark Porter Conznzilier lllr. Telford Rlough, lyliss Jessie Statler Quay Saylor Faculty Adviser Faculty Adviser Clarence Boerstler Lillian Snowball lfiss Ruth Hetrick, Faculty Adviser I f'i. X "-. ' 2 ' r i f ,ff it--E iifiifif,'Uf"!iFf" ff --"' ,N ., a in 4 I, HYA,'iH, QMV. .N frarzffnf rc . I ' - ' Kg lxxx -F xi is ' - e ,ij - A ' v A :rfxt ' ' .. ? 3' SAILOR KIAIIJS The annual school operetta, entitled "Sailor Klaidsf' was given in the High School Auditorium April 2-l. The students who took part were from both Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and several other students who desired to participate. The musi- cal was ably directed hy lNliss Nlargaret Hay, lllusic Supervisor. The singing and speaking parts were well portrayed hy the east. The costumes consisted mostly of white duck trousers and dark coats for boys and white skirts and middies for girls. The scenery was very appropriate portraying a typical New lfng- land coast with its lighthouse and rocky beach. The entire musical comedy, includ- ing book, lyrics, and music, was written by Charles Ross Chaney, who was also an- thor of the "Belle of Barcelona" given in '29 STORY Ulf THE UPFRE'I"1'tX Francis Nlarie, daughter of Cyrus Templeton, the light-house keeper, and cap- tain of a yachting crew of Sailor llaids, is celebrating her eighteenth birthday and the launching of her new yacht. Edward Dover, an old friend and playmate sweetheart whom she has not seen for eight years, is to pilot the' new yacht on its first voyage across the bay. lfdward knows nothing about yachting and detests the ocean. Wheii he arrives he is mistaken for a caterer whom they have employed to serve at a dinner party in the evening. Because of his interest in Jeannette, a friend of Frances Nlarie, and his horror for the water, he does not reveal his true identity. lfdward is aided in his plot of deception by David Kern, a yaehtsman who comes with a message from the caterer. 51 :r LT' J.: -, it FL ii 'sa Q, 3 T A 5 ,Lf I iid! pig , , ' 3577! Haig I '. - 41,-. .. Q ' .. -i Q. e 4 ' if f N THE 1932 REFLECTOR-- 5 l Q, , Q , David in turn is mistaken for Edward by Frances Marie, and before he can ex- plain, the real Edward prevails on him to assume his name and sail the yacht.' David refuses but is drawn into the scheme by Edward's clever planning and held there by his interest in Frances Marie. The climax comes when David learns Frances Marie's engagement to Edward Dover is soon to be announced. The true identity of both is revealed and Frances Marie and her friends are shocked at the discovery. After much explaining the young men clear themselves and win the girls with fathers' blessings. e H CAST Cyrus Templeton, the Light-house Keeper ...,,,....,.. .............. F rank Helsel Frances Marie, a "Sailor Maid," his daughter ..... ...,.....,.......,..........,... V iolet Walker Jeannette Spencer, friend of Frances Marie .... ....,....... M ary Kathryn Johncour Olga, the Swedish house-keeper ....,........,,....... ,.........,............ H elen Kaufman Captain Dover, a retired sea captain ,...... ........i.......... P aul Weaver Edward, his son ...,,........,......A..v,................................,..............,............. .............. C linton Johncour Gerald Kennedy, an ardent admirer of Frances Marie ........... Clifton Maloney David Kern, a yachtsman ...........,... ..,...................,.............. .............. E d ward Hite Messenger .....,...,...........................,....,.,,.,....,..... ...........,...,......,.............,............... ........,........... W i lliam Spotz Girls' Chorus-Grace Patterson, Rebecca Clark, Gwen Kitto, Mareva Brant- hoover, Mary Louise Snook, Victorine Zeiler, Lillian Snowball, Ruth Spangler, Martha Livingston, Vera Schrock, Isabel Jones, Louise Smith, Mary Louise Esch, Grace Goodhart, Virginia Scott, Elmira Baumbaugh, Olivia Horner, Dorothy Kalten- baugh, Louise Hartley, Mary Kathryn Border, Ruth Horne. Boys' Chorus-James Rorabaugh, Robert Hildebrand, Richard Haughton, Rich- ard Mock, George Hunt, Harold Lohr, jack Moore, Steve Telenko, Clifford Saylor, Alvin Ling, Byron Kuhs, ,Harold Hall, Robert Allison, James Boyd, Richard Stuver, Robert Stuver, William Kitto, Earl Brubaker, Roger Stoner, Floyd Fetterman, Mel- vin Rhodes, Burl Fisher, Donald Hite. ,n . 04 4 'f t at , e f 1 LAND O' COTTON On February 3 and -l the 1032 Boys' Glu' Club under the lcadcrship of Nliss Margaret Hay and Miss Marian Hcnnnons prcscntcd a minstrcl entitled "Land U' Cotton." Splendid solos, good jolics, rousing choruses and clever spccialtics ranked as the high spots of thc- show. Outstanding among these was a stirring scenc, lfircinan, Saw My Child. A quartet rr'ndm'cd several masterpieces of old-time harmony. The jokes and witicisms wcrc i'cmlc1'c-ml by thc intcrlocutor and six cnd nicn. C.xsT lntcrlocutor .. ....... ,...i.. ,,,,,.. , , ...Frank Ht-ls:-l lfnd llc-n Paul Wm-axf'ci', Robert XIcCartney, Clayton He-rshbcrgc-r. VVilliani Spotz, Thomas Huber, Ardt-ll Oldham Nlusical Director , ,, . ,,....., .... , , ..,....,, , ,,,, ,Nliss Nlargarct Hay Dialogue ,..,, ...,.,..... ,,,, , , , ,,...... ,,,,......,, Nliss Nlarian Hcnnnons Stage Klanagers. ..i...... ,,,,,.Charles Schiffhaucr, Donald liurgan Chorus- Kcnnvth lilough, Homer Hill, lfdward Hits, llauricc Holsopple, Torn Huber, Robert lNIcCartncy, Ardcll Oldham, Richard Stuver. Richard Virgin, lfarl llrubakcr. John Chcrrits, Burl Fisher, Dwight Gashaw, Harold Hall, Frank Hclscl, Clayton Hf'rsl1bc'rg1cr, Donald Holsopplc, Clinton johncour, Harold lf. Lohr, Harold l,ohr, Paul VVcaver. Ralph Willizlimis, Lcstcr Caulhcl, Harold Fisher, Urval Kaufman, Clifton Nlaloncy, Algit- lllishlcr, Klelyin Rhodes, Willizliii Spotz, Robcrt Allison, lCmcrson Hlougli, Dean Gilbert, Richard Haughton, VVilliani Kitto, Richard Mock, Robert SI'llX'l'l', Richard lalindman. Oct. 6-Tel Blough given job of "'Director - THE 1932 nr-:n.:c'ron- . X X K f X A CALENDAR l93l-32 Aug. 31-School opens with a bang. Fresh- men in everyone's roadg glad for all. Sept. 1-Books given outg school has already begun. Sept. 2-Everyone studyingg trying to make a good impression at the beginning. Sept. 3-Football squad is already practicing. Sept. 4-First week of school is overg Frosh partly tamedg first regular Assembly-"Im spection Week". Sept. 7-Labor Day-a vacation. Sept. 8-Mixed Chorus. Sept. 9-First home-room election of officers. Who will be successful? Sept. 10-Clubs organized--officers elected. Sept. 11-Rearing of freshmen has begun. Cheerleaders elected in Assembly. Sept. 14--Season tickets on sale. Sept. 15-First P. T. A. Sept. 16-First Courier out. Sept. 17-First Girl Reserves Meeting. Fire in boys' dressing room. Sent. 18-Initial appearance of Football team. Band debut. Dale battles Ferndale to 6-6 tie Sept. 21-School assemblies for chorus. Sept. 30-Second Courier out--full of news. Oct. 1-just another day. Oct. 2-"Tel's" office improvedg has doors now. Oct. 3-F. H. S. outwits Franklin at Point. Oct. 5-Reflector officers elected. End of Magazine Campaign. Hurrah for Army! of Vocational Guidance." V Oct. 7-Home room day. Oct. 8eClub day-programs vary. Oct. 9-"Community Chest" Assembly theme. Mr. Moorhead speaks. Oct. 12-Columbus day. Oct. 13-Room 101 wins Courier Contest --"Yea Freshmen!" Oct. 14-Third Courier out. Oct. 15-Ferndale defeated by Westmont 13-7. Oct. 16-Everyone looking forward to In- stitute Week. Oct. 22-Adams Township bows to F. H. S. Oct. 26-Handbook material submitted and copy read. Oct. 27-junior girls beat Sophomores in Volleyball. Oct. 28-Changes to be made in Ferndale HF77. Sept. 22-Mr. Hay announced year's calendar in Courier. Sept. 23-Officers elected by Orchestra. Fern- dale and Garfield Reserves play a score- less tie. Sept. 24-Many books added to library. Sept. 25-Student Council election. Film day in Assembly. F. H. S. defeats' Cumber- land. Sent. 28-Much excitement over Cumber- ' land victory. Sent. 29-Seniors launch Magazine Drive. Two teams, Army 8: Navy, who will win? Oct. 29-Conemaugh Bows to Black and Gold 12-7. ' Oct. 30-Merle Seese addresses Aviation Club. b Nov. 2-Dan Talenko most popular football player in Cambria County. Nov. 3-Handbook under way. Nov. 4-Andrews will take pictures of the Seniors. Nov. 5-Heap Big Club Day. Nov. 6-Fred Sharpe speaks in Assembly. Community Club Yqdirsr yeting. Ferndale defeated by Somerset 18-6. X . W , , I J X . a .ff ff . 2 - . 1. A- ,ff . ff 4 1 f .-, , f gg Q. F 2 , e e -W 4641, pW,f.a"i-Si: nj . .. l ' 'Fc at f ffl! . A Q J 11.41781 L '1 ff -' if Ag.. SL ' --YY' -5' Nov. 12-Girl Reserves adopt toy project for Nov. 23-School Boy Patrol organized, Hi- Nov. 30-Nearly everyone back at school. 1TI'lE 1932 REFLECTOR Nov. 10-Humane Society formed. Nov. ll-Armistice Day-No school. poor. Nov. 13-13th-Brr! Assembly day. Nov. 16-Civic Committee meeting. "Watch out for disorderly conduct". Nov. 17-Football squad practicing for com- ing game. Nov. 18-Party discussed at Sr. Home Room. Nov. 19-Junior ring committee is getting together. First Girl Reserves Cabinet Meet- ing. Nov. 20-Home Economics class holds a tea for Mothersg big success. Juniors beat Frosh. Nov. 21-Lock Haven down Ferndale. Y meeting. Winners announced for Book puzzle. Nov. 24-Girl's Varsity basketball practice opens. Nov. 25-Senior dance a huge success. Nov. 26-Thanksgiving-everyone happy- no school. Nov. 27-Still a day of leisure. Student Council meeting. Dec. 1-Chorus Day. Dec. 2-Sixth Courier out. Dec. 3-Banquet for Football team. Dec. 4-Freshmen writing letters to Santa. Dec. 7--School Board meeting-election of officers. Dec. 8--P. T. A. meeting-Girl's Glee Club entertains. Dec. 9-Bell Telephone Co. shows movies. Dec. 10-Girl Reserves hold covered dish supper. Dec. 11--Football Laurel day in Assembly. Dec. 15-Girls' varsity basketball practice. Dec. 16-Seventh Courier. Dec. If-Reflector underway. Dec. 21-First performance of "The Fairies Conspiracy." Dec. 22-First of winter. Dec. 23-Jan. 4-Christmas Vacation. Jan. 5-Nearly everyone back. Conservation Club meet. Ferndale girls beat Franklin. Jan. 6-Elect officers at Community Club. jan. 7-Mr. Hershberger from Cover Hill Airport addresses Aviation Club. Jan. 8-"Student Council" Assembly theme. Jan.,11-Civic committee meeting. Debate try-outs. jan. 12--Snow expected. Jan. 13-Fooled again. Unlucky 13. Jan. 15-Club programs enjoyed. Jan. 18-Hi-Y boys see moving pictures. Jan. 19-Conservation Club meet. Girls In- t C r-class basketball season opens. jan. 20-Group pictures taken. Final de- bating try-Outs. Jan. 21-Boys practicing hard for Minstrel. Jan. 22-"Laugh a Minute Co." entertains in Assembly. Jr. girls defeat Frosh. F. H. S. defeats Dale. Jan. 25-Big candy fight looms in Senior Class. End of first semester. Jan. 26-Opening of second semester. Dr. T. E. Mendenhall entertains Community Club with movies. jan. 27-Ninth Courier out. Student Coun- cil members at work. Jan. 28--Band practice. Jan. 29-Thomas E. Evans, Pennsylvania Legislator, addresses high school. Feb. 1--Reflector under way. Feb. 2-Matinees for "Land 0' Cotton", as Xt I I Q ,ya fx H V xnxx rl li' Dec. 14-Season Tickets for sale. Ground Hog Da . X A s ' t I 41' xx F X A 5' I X 4- f y . t s 'N WK Sf " - . 1' Ns Q-. aaee S ' iw Sf- . ., N-was 1 ff - X Y X is . X X-WH " N ,, A S X- l 5 , Qs. 33 . 4. J R as I - -e e W- Y- I - N ' 1-Cochran's Mixed Chorus entertains , f "X JN S to THE 1932 REFLECTUR'-' , , fx Feb. 3-First Night Performance of Mins- strelg big crowd. Report cards with se- mester grades out. Feb. 4-Second night-Huge success. -Feb. 5--Valentine Assembly. Feb. 8-Civic Commitee at work. Feb. 9-New Music in Chorus. Dan Brown's Minstrel. Feb. 10-George Fulmer from Bell Tele- phone Co. shows picturesg tenth Courier out. Feb. 11-Girl Reserve Valentine Party. Feb. 12-Mr. Jones discusses "Character Building". Ferndale lassies defeat Dale Sextet. Feb. 14-Valentine Party. Feb. 15-School supplies distributed. Feb. 16-Varsity girls at work for coming game. Johnstown wins as bell rings. Feb. 17-Home Rooms honor Lincoln. Girl's Glee Club practice. Demerit slips passed out. Feb. 18-More pictures takeng camera again broken. Feb. 19-W. C. T. U. program in Assembly. Mrs. A. Sherbine speaks. Feb. 22-Washingtons 200th birthday. Mr. Townsend presents slides on high lights of his life. A Feb. 23--Cold Tuesday-Chorus day. West- mont defeats F. H. S. by one point. Feb. 24-Home Rooms pay homage to Wash- ington. Feb. 25-Clubs go on excursions. Eleventh Courier out. Feb. 26-"Washington" Assembly theme. Feb. 29-Hi-Y meet-shown movies. Mar. 1-Judge Greer addresses Community Club. Conservation Club meets. Ferndale not victorious over Southmont. Mar. 2-Clubs meetg varied interesting pro- grams. Mar. 3--Ferndale girls down Conemaugh las- sies. Seniors dint Se ior Play tickets. Mar. 4-Ferndale defeats Conemaugh. Mar. 7-Forensic league entries definitely decided. Mar. 8-Dr. Bentz addresses P. T. A. Mar. 9-Twelfth Courier out. Ferndale de- feats Ebensburg at St. Francis. Mar. 10-F. H. S. vs. Beall. Mar. 11-Jean Kelly's Assembly troupe en- tertains. Mar. 14-Beginning of College Week. Mov- ing pictures on Brighter side of College Life. Mar. 15-Forensic league practice. Mar. 16-Ferndale Hi-Y defeats Colored Boys. Dr. Crawford and Jr. Pitt's Double quartet. Mar. 17-St. Patrick's Day-Senior dance- Success. Mar. 18-Dr. Ellis and Juniata's quartet. F. H. S. negative team defeats Conemaugh. Mar. 21-Forensic League contests at Central High. Juniata Girls' Glee Club enter- tains. Mar. 22-Conservation Club holds meeting. Ferndale vs. Franklin. Our negative team victorious. Mar. 23-junior Varsity defeats Franklin Re- serves. Everyone preparing for County Final to be held Apr. 2. Mar. 24-Dismissed early. Mar. Mar. 25-Good Friday-No school. 28-That first day after vacation. Mar. 29-Back to hard grinding. Mar.- Mar. Apr. 30-Thirteenth Courier out. 31-The last of March. High School. Apr. 2-Five first places won by F. H. S. students at Ebensburg. Apr. 4-Student Council meetingg order in Assembly discussed. Apr. 6-Report Cards-ooh! How many more? Qulllllh f X ZW, MQ! 1 ,ff ff! "f?7'4Q7iSF A F H f If 2i,"ll V ' ' 3 fr , 7 - ,. Ffh ,IIT H.: :XE , ' Nw ' s f :Q .,. . .', 4 , , 4 , 5. . -es- ZLL p A '74 . A 'N ' F F F X' X Q . 'Q.Qf+'q14, f 1 5,41 Y- fe A 1 rl XXX!-. --THE 1932 REFLECTOR -S Q -N , ,7uV X . ,V Apr. 7-A-B list announced-41 lucky ones. May 5-"Cat O' Nine Tails" big success. Apr. 8-George Fulmer of Bell Telephone May 6-Mother's Day-George Walker Wil- Co. again shows movies. liams talks. Second appearance of "Cat 0' Nine Tails" actors. Apr. 11-Senior's program announcedg still Questionable- May 7--jr. Pitt Track Meet. APY- 12-Tflcnkov Rofabaughy Wisslngef May 9-Junior get together for Ir.-Sr. Re- picked for All-County team. ception. Alrttililililrllourteenth Courier out' P' T' A' May 10-Tickets out for third night perfor- g mance of "Cat O' Nine Tails". Apr. 14-Special Chorus of "Sailor Maids" Mav 11-Musical concert at P T A Kit- announced' chen proceeds goes to Juniors. Come on Apr. 15-Ferndale wins 2 first places in Juniors' music at State College. CFrench Horn and N I . ' Violin Soloj. Johnstown jr. College Boys' Mai' 12'GYm ,Classes Put on efhlbmon af Glee Club entertains. P. T. A. Hlgh School sees .Knaves of Hearts" put on by jr. Dramatic Club. Apr. 18-Student Council meetingg decided l that the School was uperfectv-4e,,ah,. May .13-Mr. Traugh speaks in Assembly .on "Hi-Y." Last showing of "Cat O' Nine Apr. 19-Senior tickets out and sales going Tails-U fine. May 14-Ebensburg Track Meet-placed 4-th. Apr. 20-Courier Staff Party-Surprise and Success. May 16-"F" Club partyg operetta practice. Apr. 21-Boys' Basketball Banquetg Doc. May 17-Juniors working hard for Recep- Carlson, Tim Lowry speak. tion. APL 22""F3f1 Plant Produced, 3 ifl5'lik9 May 19-junior-Senior Reception at last! flowers today. Hurrah! Dr. O. E. Tomes addfesses Assfmbly- May 20-'iSailor Maids" enacted-Big suc- Apr. 25-Trees havenft arrived-no Arbor cess' Day exercises- May 21-Altoona Track Meet. APY- 25'-Ollefffta PfaCfiCC- May 22-Baccalaureate Services. Apr. 27-Arbor day exercisesg 15th Courier May 24-ffsailor Maids" a big success. OUI. , . l May 25-Class day-everyone happy. Apr. 28-Everyone waiting for Senior Play. Girl Reserves Mother-Daughter Banquet. May 26-Commencement' Apr. 29-"Old Cronies" and "The Cream May 30-Decoration Day' Pitcher" presented at Assembly. May 31-Only one more day. May 2-Auditorium is being carpetedg last day for F apphcams' June .1-So long everyone. No more school May 3-Rellector work being rushed. umll next year' May 4-Matinee for Senior Play. june 6-9-Washington Trip. X ' X . s li V N? K X C 0 N :X 6,-' I - 9"'Q.. X. x 4, .f 1 .1 :s .3 .ax .,-px. ' Xl f"' - Q2 2' " + e e t- S S fe: 4 X. if - E- V: V4' X 'e 1' 'sn ' A -3" - " ,. -4: , ,H . -. 7 z - W , , , f -, .Q f.,-3, A ' I ' V -I , . ,x..-, T? . N 1 " ' '- SVI V THE 1932 nsn.:c'ron-- , fx 1. , fx - Q . Q- 'R If E Q fin, R, . fi ' hy SV' Tl' 59' ' Wil, .. H EQ. .v M , 4' r, 1,.- L, -M 1 . r ' m-.Q r x ff 1 fl I N .D ' Q' m 1 ,W 'f ' ' ' ' X A595 '71 K Wy? , K7 I M fig ,,' :gf 3' 'vi' fx vi "f 4- I , V -5 ' , 'Q 'AA 1? "V '.A .'-.f X: iz-'79f,5 I I V L .. X f- -Q .'AA, - 5 ZZ he X ,- 4'-2'.3 i. -fi -""":': is X E N X Ng x Q FEATURE THE 1932 REFLEC10 Onions Can the Burbanks of the glorious Either make or buy or sell An onion with an onion's taste But with a violet's smell. Season West There was a young fellow named Hall, Who fell in the spring in the fallg 'Twould have been a sad thing If he'd died in the spring, But he didn't-he died in the fall. .--li-. It is easy enough to look pleasant, When the spring comes along with a rush 3 But the fellow worth-while Is the one who can smile When he slips and sits down in the slush. -1.-T I'd rather be a ,Could Be If I could not be an Areg For a Could Be is a May Be, With a chance of touching par. I'd rather be a Has Been Than a.Might Have Been, by farg For a Might Have Been has never been, But a Has was once an Are. Success is counted sweetest By those who ne'er succeed. --Emily Dickinson . Tutors A tutor who tooted a flute Tried to teach two young tooters to toot. Said the two to the tutor, "Is it harded to toot, or To tutor two tutors to toot?" M isers r There was an old man of Nantucket Who kept all his cash in a buckctg But his daughter, named Nan, Ran away with a man- And as for the bucket, Nantucket. ll.. There once was a pious young priest Who lived- almost wholly on yeast "For," he said, "it is plain We must all rise again And I want to get started at least." The Lord gives our relatives Thank God we can choose our friends. W hy Registrars Go Crazy N ame-Mabel Address-Here. Age-Once a year. Parents-Father and Mother. Where -graduated from-Auditorium stage. When graduated-Commencement night. Class standing--So was I. Course-Due East. Color of eyes-Bloodshot. Weight-Wait yourself. I'm in a hurry. Color of hair--Changes too often. Fleshy Miss Muffet Sat down on Tuffet, A very good dog in his way 3 When she saw what she'd done, She started to run- And Tuffet was buried next day. sanity We ' N A - -K V 4 -' gi 3" .fs K .B 'iff XX A l mi l X Y I . , X v 9. f ' be , x X B , I Y H Egf -.AA vb: if Q I V xr ' t ,p ,,.,p ...mu fi .,,, 4,0 t A ,VM ls. l A 1 Ni lx 'N X 1 V x, .gym fx - A H , I N The world is large. when it's weary leagues To loving hearts divideg But the world is small when your enemy is Loose on the other side. Every rose has its thorn There's fuzz on all the peaches There never was a dinner yet Without some lengthy speeches. You can always tell the English You can always tell the Dutch You can always tell the Yankees But you can't tell them much! Little dabs of powder, Little specks of paint, . Makes my lady's freckles Look as if they ain't. A Kanner exceedingly Kanny, One morning remarked to his granny, "A Kanner Kan Kan Anything that he Kan 3 But a Kanner Kan't Kan a Kan Kan he ?" There was a young man from the west, Who loved a young lady with zestg - So hard did he press her To make her say "yes, sir," That he broke three cigars in his vest. THE 1932 REF LECTOR- The Mrs. never misses Any bargain sale, But the female of the species Is more thrifty than the male. "Dogs are mighty useful beasts They might seem bad at first They might seem worse right along - But when they're dead They're wurst. Actf A sophomore stood on a railroad track, The train came thundering on, A blinding, roaring, deafening crash- And lo! the train was gone. Act II And there serenely stood the soph, About him lay the wreck, The train had hit his solid dome- And busted up, by heck! Thin People There was an old fellow named Green, Who grew so abnormally lean, And flat, and compressed, That his back touched his chest, And sideways he couldn't be seen. There was a young lady of Lynn, Who was so excessively thin, That when she essayed To drink lemonade She slipped through the straw and fell in. Ig I, g ff A ,f TT 1 V, X , I : in 'B I ' 1 1 1a,"'Si-15 WZWLQM - 2-51 5 I ' -I ' I' "f-i if Eiga J' 'T' ..f --Tn: 1932 REI-'Lscron J Aj ,Cz -.J'5V "5l .J'5 '5J5f.J'5 .J"'W'.J'5lJ"5.JQI.J'5 J"5l.J"51.J 50 '5 J f L 5 J f L 5 J f L W 4 f S 1 J f L 5 J f L 1 J f S 1 J f . . . . J 5 It zs wzth the most smcere thanks for thezr f material aid that we introduce in the fol- ,J 2 lowing pages our advertisers. We urge that 7 they be accorded the patronage and respect ' uhzch this helps tn publzshing the major ' K publication of the high school merits L f' . . . J W ' L . J W L f J L J , L 'L J ,- L -5 J ,- L L J ,- L 1 J ,- L -, J ,- L -3 J ,- L -3 J f L '-'fu X Xa RN K, X . L ' J Xbhf-W' f" h f ' L' X 5 Q ,,x AA ,Qin 1 ,f - : wr N 5 1 v, t -.gba K I x ?3Q K T YQ KA Q Q fig' twiki A N. 17 K 1 I I 1,4 N ., K A . x X ' - l. . 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SL, F. 6. .,. ...A -- Qu f?fiEFi,EQ'E'0R - , ,ll-, 1 RD:-JVQ. 5Qr:9PQJ.wJ'Q f L '5 J 1 L ' J L L ' I-I H B f d CS' S J f arry . en or on L 'N J Q' INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS L 'Q J Q CSTOCK AND MUTUALJ L C 'I f 'W F T f' 244 Market Street Johnstown, Pa. T F 'W Q,-QCFNEAGN ?4b1?fbv?4B4?f beGNb4r6Q1 463451 o fw 1- rjffivdfco f J 'W L A J. ROSS HORNE, President HOMER B. RUFFNER, Vice President J ETTA E. FRANK, Secretary HARRY A. LING, Treasurer L ' J 1 0 L Sterlmg Offlce and School Supply Co. J 305 Market Street AGENTS FOR L FIRMS REPRESENTED Shaw-Walker Co J Amfdmn 5999313 00- Johmtown' P-' Cabinets, Safes, Desks, School, Church, Theater Aluminum Chairs, L and Lodge Furniture 3 Filing Equipment j KQWBUUW Mfg- 00- Acme Card System Co. L , Lib , E Rilnasimflatggyg Donlllszic Telephone 2386 Visible Filing Systems Arts Furniture De'vry Corpmutlon Motion Picture Machines Fred Medart Mfg. Co. L for Schools, Churches Gymnasium and Play- and Homes Srouncltflgelipment, csuctenor to Sterling vvoodstggxulzgewrlter John C. Moore Corp. Sperialty Companyj Engrfggegnlffgtingy L Loose Lenf Devices Stationery J L A J 5.6:-25,165-' AAAAAAA X KINf':G?'Ln 1 'L N L XX ll' X - 469 .'A""w " 'Q "' " NX- fe, A bk v-.x If - 4' - -5 - ' W 3 X' ,RRx3,:.. ... X N I . Tl ' ff J Q: 'rm-: 1932 REFLECTOR GVivJ34iaJ5Q:JViaJ5'Q:J3::9Fb:J94Qk9Vik95Qa6Vie54D:JVix05QaJViG CAMERAS PROJECTORS ACCESSORIES Motion Picture Ma- Authorizcll Dealer for Bell Xt Howell x Keystone -, f 47 1 Victor - X , D Simplex Ampro Agfa-Ansco Pathex Bausch R Lomb V4 no M J A e 1 QQ ll R f O lu! sim, w '. ,Q X515 I 1 F J K Q wk ,..,l... 4 chines Bought. Sold. Exchanged. Films, Lens, Screens. Motion Picture Cam' eras. Projectors. Ko-. flaks, Films of all Kinds, Printing Papers. Chemicals. Rental Films Phone 2098-B F. W. BUCHANAN flflotion Picture Serfvire 8-11 Dibert Building Main and Franklin Streets Johnstown, Pa. gEt?4Q5?fQ:i?' fNEc?2Qi.fNQ7s M Q:i?EEi62'eQrE?4Q9,6:'fQys9 9'ik9FQaJ7Q:JyQaJ5Q2JVQ:eDVQ:J3QaJ3'Q:J5Q334Daw95QaJVi:J5Q:J3Q 45. DRIVE OUT TO ALWlNE'S J FOR YOUR ICE CREAM AND LUNCHES 5 The Largest Variety of Ire Cream and Lunches at Popular Prices 3 J Somerset Pike L J 0Lvi?4Q:tfhcQA?:btf2Q:i?3E9?eQxFgQ:i?fEi?eQ:ifNQz?2Q:i6gf S9 C'D3?d'7gDa:99'Q:Jy:Dk97'Q:J7:5rJ5wJ7Q:e07QaJ7Q?::97:i in J M. E. NAUGEL 8: SON Photographer of Schools 235 Woodvale Ave. Individual Photographs J0hDSt0Wh, Pa. Group Photographs 5 QQ Q J GQn?fbr?f LnGN E1fN bt?'E4?Ei9 S wwf fn, ' 45? f ' , f ,dffgfr I gfdl' r'5':Nf:"Z' 'a f 9 1 , -. 1 , H A f - 'ww - 'n,ff.ixff, 7 . -a ff . Q -grew :. f .. THE 1932 REFLECTQR '- I G 5Qm'4QaJfi:J5Q 5 s J lr o el Tllnrnftt 3 Master the Habit of Thrift 5 HABIT-A willing slave, a relentless master. 3 L CET BANK BOOK BACKING J AT ' The Dale ational Bank "Al Good Bank in a Good Town" 3Gz?4'Gi?'Q:i?:Q:i?fQ:-i?R'ba?'Ex,f4b1?4Q:4?xQx ,fQ1b4G' S-:6AfQ:nC9 wlxmffw D of "H Q.. or ilk ? Xl M 'so l E2 lg ml -f X wr im -1 r xt l V T? sf A ,,,NA nw - GW THE 1932 nErLsc'ron Kal, N faq- 'X . G 545:J7QzJ54DzJ3QQ5QzJ7Qe734Daz93Qk99Q:JVi k974DG YOU ARE SAFE. WHEN TRADING HERE For Our 5 Prices Are Right--Quality the Best Buy Your Meats From STEPHEN J. DAMULA Johnstown, ----- - Pennsylvania GbtfNEvc?2Qys62fEc?E7s?'l-:cC?NQr,4,?S.?'Q:i623Q:467NQvs62f L10 Q'QQ73:QD54:0Q5QiKDQ7Q::95:DE5Qk05Q34:DQViaJ9Q:e:9Vi:J5QaJ3':DC9 Complzmenis of A Frzend GQ::?5Qz?fQvs?ebs?'Qv:?Q7s?E:s?fSfNQyi?:4Qn?EQ7s635b1?N Q:19 QV:O:JV':Q:q55Qac994DaJ94is:J3QQ5gDaJ5::9'i::95Qa:954D::95Q G W KJ-'hx 6 . . gn n Swopc Bros., Distributors I kg Idf v a ASK F215 are gg YOUR C9bt62fQ:4?f5?3EA?'Qvs?'Q:-:?2Q:s?4Q1s?'Q7s624b-c6:Nb-a?'b462' r X X QXMWMXW' I n "1 ' X, x x R ' ' f I l , .ff fy fig b f , fy 4 , .ff ,ff my -w--wwf? 5421111 Qzlfniffff ffzf L 1 '- ' if . ,,ff'ff-ffl 5 ':,'f,f ffff. W 'ff ' f L' i - Af, nf.a.fw."'f frfff :uv ' ff f-1'-1-rr' fv , KA X ' , ,..fa , xfqrlv L.W5.4i,,j f. 1 ',4f.v.'L,.',v" j if ,I f ffl, ark 'r,,, .5 A I 'if-Twqgfff4w?fQ x X .Jef f f ' -ff-1: 1 if .. 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If ff :- FU Ill YU EQ FY E . rv' CL .L o : ro o F? o 'SE F? :r- E I N : :- o : "1 N 1: 9 'EIGHT 251255. ' 5 Englishman-K'Of Course it is, but 'Cys '0wling?" Golfer--Terrible links, caddy, terrible!" E5 35 C. NAUGLE Q MEATS AND GROCERIES J G Soft Drinks and lce Cream ig Equiflflm' zvilh Frigidaire Serfvirf 3 GREEN STAMPS GIVEN WITH PURCHASES J gi Phone ass-M 537 Femdale Ave. S .fs 'T I i ,. A S fi? fd fivzzgs K,..n- 5,:'16"1 , 1 '15-f xrfxil, .Spf Q57 5-ibej' -N . I 3- l wif we Wm -1 xxx. fi x . 'Fe THE 1932 REFLECTOR-'-' 'X 5 X G iQz:934izJ3gDaJ3Q:J5Q25Q:J3Q:J5QQ54D:J5Qk9F5:J94D:J5Q:s99QaJ5Qf9 ,gm be 3 - J ollnstown Savlngs Bank Z3 62 Years Safe Banking B Q 5 sf GS?ES?fS?Q:1?fS,?Qy,?3Q76?fS?fQAG2eS?3Qr5?Rbs?4GvG?'bs63fb-19 Z2 FLO W ERS Q' 2 130 Market St., Opp. Post Office sg EQ JOHNSTOWN, PENNA. Q' City Phone 1670 Bell Phone 16 2Gifs?fgfSGNEs?Q7s?5Gs?fbi?fQyc?fE-S?3Q:A?ES?4 'QnfhKk549 EV533333zq95Q:eJ3Qi:J5QaJ5Q:J5QQ5Qk05Q::J3QQ545:J54Dze95Q9 2 E. A. SCHUSTER ai I E W ELER QD Wat4'hes Clocks fefwelry Repairing 5 Frznry Crystals Fitted Optival Repairing 1 231 Bedford Street Johnstown, Pa. GEMT'9395994Q:vi?5Qz6g4Q7i?fQ:i?eQ7i63tS?'biG:'fQ:46:h4Q:i?eSi?'bt9 B X 1 -,ff ' 1. I - ., xl 'fipfpf ' f W fd. ' . Q ,AIL YW I 'Aw m If , 1 ' 117 ,z f 1 ' 2 iis W- A asm gl nil 1 1 v 4 The new and unusual-that sparkling reality which is known as the life of each school year-is caught and held forever within the pages of Bureau built annuals. The ability to assist in making permanent such delight- ful bits of class spontaneity rests in an organization of creative artists guided by some 17 years of College Annual work, which experience is the knowledge of balance and taste and the fitness of doing things well. In the finest year books of American Colleges the sincerity and genu- ineness of Bureau Engraving quality instantly impresses one. They are class records that will live forever. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. "COLLEGE ANNUAL HEADQUARTERS" The pvaclical side of Annual managzmml, including advertising. selling, organizalion and finance, is com- prchrnsively covered in a series of Edilorial und Business Manugemenl books called 'Success in Annual Building," furnished free lo Annual Executives. Secure "Bureau" cn-operation. We invin -our rorrespon- dence. -il" TK aah M, 'ff W A-'f7?f1.Qf"s NE In -' f f ' " Nl RQ--Alt? X' , L . M TX, . V, it , ,, ,GZ -: A v--- "- ' if Q. , -' ..,, -H I V, K N., 1. 4.5 - 1, -A ' ,wx-.Xb -XZ' '43 'K,4'k'x i A lj- ,V,' A 4 f ,vi " ,- "--. cw- 1 fs-gif? wh ' ff cyl qw " ,fl ' luis A g.f,'-A-vs ft Y X, .'- ii lg 5 FLW. +1275 E gs .x Q We X s, , n X ,f- -ab -"K Q N v r Ml xiii 1 we N ,-A ,A .. -M Wang 1 ...1..' H -W 531 5- -W--..Ir-'Tif-SQ? Avy- I f S - Q N -------'rl-IE 1932 nEn.Ec'ron- x it .M SIf'Nx ' img? f A City Phone 152 Bell Phone 943-J 5 John Henderson Co. ESTABLISHED rsvo MORTICIANS cj 632 Main Street Johnstown, Penna. - GQ,-:GRbs?bffbs6:TQys?fbs?Q7s63f9?2Qz?2bs6:Nbsf?tfbcGNQm6A'0.:41?'f'lv:GJ F . N l c , , 0 "Iwi W ' ' Compliments of D. w. 1-iEsLoP, D. D. s. GQ.7:fh'Q-:4?fEvs63fQ7c6:Nbs?fS?bs6:NQ:1GNQy:62fG:?fSL?hfQ7sfNb-c?fQvc634b10 ' The Seotchmrm Gets Worse A Scotchman was engaged in an argument with a conductor of a street car as to whether the fare was five or ten cents. Finally the disgusted conductor picked up - the Scot's suitcase and tossed it off the car, just as they were passing over a river bridge. "Mon," screamed the Scot, Hlsnlt it enough you overcharge me but now you i try to drown my little boy." ,1i....il- Strike! Teacher-"Can any one tell me Where Pittsburgh is ?" Voice from Rear-"Sure They're playing Boston this afternoon." GJ34?rs..0V'T J. B. Holsinger SL Sons, Inc. WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY Repairing zz Specialty Moose Temple 306 Bedford Street Johnstown, Pa. GCys?Q:s?fbs?Q:s?fQ:s?'Q:ePfQzGhf9.?2Q:-sC?fGs?4Q7s6:Nbs?hfS?'Gst?NQenC9 We . Ve' ,yf " f f to D - ff he S lv sf ' s 291 ' V f ' ' f I - -'Q 1. ' Q.. Z I X ' ,fy ' Z X' A 'ef' f ' Y 0 I 2,11 I! 1 I 1 Q- ' ,W 5 M, ' fe V, 1 yi X . ., it If Q .J , W Y M! 'fp-Y 5 , ' dA1ef:igil'ZzQ,,.....-... r "' V J V" - A -1-. - 3721- iz? ."-.E-5' 7-7 N A scifi? ---H was REFLECTO R W , iff' .X C-D5'fi:ePQ:rDf':Qa-Jfgbae 1:0ae9'Qas:91':0ae994i:s:9V:D:z9':0:e9FDwe9Fi:e-D GJ i' I First National ank f I Ei. Lf 4 Lf I LARGEST FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IN CAMBRIA COUNTY Total Resources ..... ......... S l8,000,000.00 We Send Money We solicit Your Accounts We Sell Steamship Anywhere We Pay Interest on Savings Tickets to All Ports T . . Main and Franklin Streets Johnstown, Pa. Broad Street Office E' 5 I GEt?fbi67NGs?btGNQ7:?Q:c?fQ-46:N'Qe1?5Ec?5Q:tGNbt?NE-i?f G GlQk9iADr:95AUQ5Qk:95'QQ9'4Dk:93'4Dk:95s59Qk974D.N:9,4ik97cDk:9 0 Tonight In Ferndale If it were good ethics to play "peeping Jim" and go snooping about the homes of Fern- dale tonight or could you find time to go visiting on every street and gain admittance to every '-Q home-you'd probably find in most every one of them a 0 if IIQIIIIEIUIIUI -. l, ilk L I if J: J, ll Y I- -Nl I 2 fffffff, E-v62'4Q:-v?fbv?NQ-51?YQ-ysFQes?bsG2fQ:7s?fE,:6Nb:?afQ:7sw:Ybs?f0:462'fEs?4Q,19 ,Q Y K xx xx KX I 1 I ll!',f5f,f Xxx' I Mn Y X . gk g X xi -X '-.. K 'lv I -I - X ,it or f gf! I saw 'ff' XXVI QBXKX XY N K, H I X XR i. .I-,IE I M I XXL NX K XNSI ,A Xlxm fx N K ,MQ fs rxas ,th . . t - .ti yt '.9i"1.N" LJ- filing -gf 1 J' Q a 4, u . 1 W- lseek isilflixns , C 4 X - ft- I xv t ' ' '74, u ' X 1':ifgz1:k21illi5fs1ws WX 'W 1- ' X ' N ,H 5 We x' Ill -1 :gm-x--X: be-N: me-1 assxbx pl Q wQfq.r. -' 1 W. X5 3 A--f ,:- Le., - X 'rink 'R -, N - ' ffjs -' 1-' ax X 'T X I ffufis " wmv-9-15 ff ei- s els X 'Y , V , , MQ- .'gif'...s. '-ij:.::: 1.1 , ' irnrki r: h K ..., : L Y. AX I s I ff f VJ .QI4 X , ax J: THE 1932 REFLEC ---- 'ron T . We Do All Kinds of Enlargernents COMMERCIAL AND AMATEUR FINISHING Any Picture Appearing in This Book Zllay Be Ordered FRAMING KODAK FILMS en ema fgagovma ow Q, ., . w,,., .,,, nA,A I Y .1 7 L 5 J 7 L C ' A 5 S IU1 WSWS LUUI 11409 I P A Qu S do I Q 549 MAIN STREET f S Q L 'I'IeIApI-none 2038-J I J Q Ruiaencg s3ss.B Jon-lNs'rowN, PA. J Q 1 . . 2 f W5 Satisfaction Guaranteed 55 X Jsfrlx ' I 'T EIQJ! if L A J .C J L J L J L J L J L J L J L J L 49" I V uwswevfweffxbfwuwwffuww J X Z 1,11 ' ' f ' , , I 4 W W f' f , 1 .. W fd L I, L-sf: ll! -- aQ4'f 'f5' 'Pb ' -"' ' 5-fr faq- I-52 " I I f M- f ei L4 E !-'i'.:r5 r 5-' 3' X. ,1 Vs ci x A 5: ' 'Mil " ii 13' E253 T'.7'Q3 z'ii""""W"""""' "A' :""M""tl""""'t"""""'f"t""""""W"f"""M"""""u" ' Y ,N-. il No man's opinion is entirely worthless. 5 Even a watch that won't run is right twice a day. I CONGRATULATIONS, Q K3 A rookie received a severe lecture one Q, J day from his sergeant. The next day he Glasser Bros extend heart passed the sergeant without saluting. I ,' h 1933 "Hey, youse, why don't ya salute me?" Q congratu ations tot e K yelled the sergeant. "Aw," said the Q Class' " may your future rookie, "I thought you was still mad at be filled to overflowing an me," with happiness and pros- -it perity. ,411 Lzz Up 29 Real Estate Agent-"Well, what do Q5 At Your service 'you think of our little city?" K7 Prospect-"I,ll tell you brother, this is , W A , , 5 the first cemetery I ever saw with lights." . LQHNKQEKMIUQLR First Burglar: "Come on, Jake, let's ' V Ev al KJ figure up what we made on that last haul." Q3 H Second Burglar: "l'm too tired. Let's E 6NQ,,gQ,10NQ7gf?fs19 wait and look in the morning papers." E :QQ'QQ3'9lQ3gD3:97gTk57QvJ5Q3J54Q.x:95QQ54YQ3Qk93'QPJ7Q3z95gi3VTG 71 ' E1 em Jgnxk zfe msurmuze G5QvSfNQ:s?5Gc?'Q:vc?SGNE:?55O7i'b-s?S?'EsfNQ1l?NQ:vsG:4b1ffz4Q:c?E1G E 0 L - GIFT JEWELRY- , For Graduation in Our June Sale L Confidence is the foundation of our selling. Every article, from the smallest inexpensive one, to the Diamond whose value L runs into hundreds of dollars, is sold for just what it is. You can 1 J depend upon this shop-absolutely-in your jewelry Gift Buying. t UNITED JEWELEDS 410 Main Street Opposite City Hall K, ii Gbvs?eQ:s?NbifAEbl?4bs?4bs?bs?3Qv:fNbi?9QA ?QmfN , - ,Kill f'f"'.f"f A Qxx"Qy.f.Q5 s i ,f g X. xlwufilq- If 1 Af" i -eg - 'ji ff' gg A' ff ,f X X Q N f , 4 if'l N 1? ' l 5 " N Qkkss WUI' H - ig. X X t xx E Wu '-1 5" i X. " Xi 5 X . As' ,575 ,.,- , ,'??i'i"i-,fi5 - 1 P xi' si Vmisk ff THE 1932 REFLECTOR x F W A DAVIDSVILLE GARAGE ' V. F. WEAVER, Proprietor DAVIDSVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA NEW WILLYS SALES AND SERVICE Oil, Gas and Accessories K, Cylinder Regrinding Ci i Plio 24R-12 General Repair Work tzem ne Batteries Charged QQA?EtFNEi?5Qvs?E:sG:QQ:-f:?Qrs624Qv:?Ss?fbS?fb5?2bS?4Q:-t?fbi?EQ:1G G5zJ7QrJ5Q:J3Qg'753J7QQ7QsJ96:Da:554D::55Q:J53Vi:J5'Q9J,Q:J3Qi Schacle 8: Nelson ATHLETIC OUTFITTERS Philco Radio General Electric Radio Spalding Sport Shop G'5Wk95QkJ3wJ94DkJ'5Q:J'VQ:J5Qse9PQ:J'9:DsJ5Q54i:J3Qa:574i 9 The Paint Store, Inc. .l. W. ASHCOM 217 Franklin Street H. E. MITCHELL Opposite U. S. National Bank JOHNSTOWN, PA. -- ART SUPPLIES - PAINTS - YXLALLPAPER -5 HARDWARE 65? Q:c?2bs?cQA?3b1?fEACz5Q:i?'Q:S?N0:4fFib1 9 F3 "lWrcC'RJr:f774OaJi:i'3QwJ5QsJ54D::93Qa:93':DsJ94DaJ :JFQXJVT E 5 Q Q I3 . V. I: I S H If I2 j f Groceries, Meats, Ice Cream and Pop 'W J f We Deliver L 3 J li 493 Ferndale Avenue Phone 3400 'W J G b1?SQ:t?eQ:4FheES63EEi6NEi?eQ:GG53SS?gEii?e G ' 4, "" V e 0 p dl N -N if x U 9 1 A , ,fy , A- ' A " Z ' jlfgfy A it W, ,VQV f I A' 5.4 93:12 ' A , f ri? I A 'P' 'lu 17,1 1' . V ,5 ff, " 6"g" 5'fRfq:1l'. IL". , 'N- 4"n. "3P gre- .1 - A ' 1: G S 9 W G ,wmllllllllllllllm IIllIllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllm'---m........, D vi u l r' ' 'H CQ I l"""Iil X L, "ln I lm" U gg 'Ill um.. M ,I I 4, ,nb nm... , ilu 4 Q llllllllllllulllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmmnnlllhnll ' 0 ll mm IIIIIII 42 Q IlmlllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllunmul ---- ' S City 'Phone 494 437 Vine Street Bell 9696 E C9 Z2 ff 5 2 Clalycwmbmgehlumm Q Eg Tfff'grr1fvh Sf'rfz'ir'z' FQ . gf Phone 292 State Theater Building 2 C1il11lB1CIIZIllI.'l1IZIl Cgnrrespunheltce Lgmlyunl 55 ' '1:rm1in11, ar- Q 3 9 T Vllf'l',lIIilYlf and 1gll.Yillt',f5 Coursrs Q Q of Uzziwersiiy Sflllldflfd fg Exjwrt II0tYIfi071!ll Clzlidazzfcf S gs J. L. SCHWAB, zoe PORCH BLDG. PHONE 6161-J Q 22 Phone: City 6324, 6325 - Bell 132 643 Railroad sneer if Q Q Maywood Myers 6? Bro., Inc. 5 S Hutlfr, Ifyys, Clzeesv and Groceries QS' Bosful Coffey, Pillsbury Flour, Sunshine jllilk QQ JOHNSTOWN, PENNA. S CASH AND CARRY Q - .,,.. J GSfbfi?Qvc?Q:7s?Ez?E:G:NE:s?SGNQ7c?fQ:4.fNEA6:Nb:?fQ:i?EE9 ,XXX L. if AJ , 4 l,.. 4 4 , " , x M 'NNVK HX '1,,4- Q L, i ,ff , fvfluw lllk i ',"' 'qw 'tex ,A . Q xx "1 5e-g' E we-" Wx Q' ff X M ,fd w':f'W"fwK W 9 9 2 X- " '-ee I yu xy we qt - fl ww , Q m - 52' ' f N K 1 ' ,f ' 1 4 1 M'-'Pr'-1:""f e z? ee ef--Steer..-Sbgiivii -A-If A A- , 11-U: 1932 REFLECTQR 407' .55 ? 'O at SINCE 1889 City Phone 555-Bell 15 f 7 G P ln Q eorge orc 3 fi Pianos and Player Pianos 'W fi 212 Franklin Street Johnstown, Pa., 'N G S?Q:1?fE:?f9?3bs?S?2Q:-s?2Qr,-S?bS?2Q:t?EA?fQ7s9 CD 1 Rccsc 81 Bernard Elcctnc Co., Inc. "W'hy Are life ffluvzys Busy?" J Complete Electrical Service Q 140 Market Street Phone 5547 Gbfi?btG35bifNQ7ifNQ:-s?5Q:4?Q:4,?fSfNb-s?S?Ez,?3Q:4fNQ:-:?35?fbi9 :J5'QaJ5QQ5'Qk03cDQ9Q:JSQ'5Q5QzJ7QQ5Q:JVis:9V59 Shaffer Plumbmg 81 Heatmg Co. 501 Ferndale Avenue Phone 3385-B Johnstown, Penna. 995 7Q:z95QQ5ae95ae:9"QsJik.JJ5sJiQ5QaJ'Q9 HARRY Y. SHETLER Q COAL AND GENERAL HAULING fi Quality and Service Our Motto 'W Q' Phone 15-R2 DAVIDSVILLE, PA. '5 o G eSMl!lf2W, bqwuwbewufebgefelwwmbfefbffebgwbgwefefbfefsfmfef Q I xl' MV 0 ' S X X f .1 x X I W, riff! K A XXV fe I -, X ,. Z , Q V 5 2 X, Q - ri fe? ': mf!-I A .,, AE.: ' e,:e22,,,1 fe 3 5 A 1 I fff A 15,5 S A A 1 all K y Y, 1-. if :Ne Hr? :,j,'l5"31jga,,4:Q,7m,.-.wmaa..w. m-m..,.,,.,,,, f . , 4. ,M . ., W, X! bg' ,f'4i'h,, , I ii -i 5. A well-known lawyer was always lec- j turing his office boy whether he needed it K, or not. One day he ehanced to hear the 5 following conversation between the boy KJ and the one employed next door: 5 "How much does he pay you ?" asked ' Q the latter. f 5 "I get 152,000.00 a year," replied the K, lawyer's boy, "Ten dollars a week in cash, and the rest in legal advicef, EQ Dumb-"We're going to give the bride CLOTHING Q ashowenn Dumber-"Count me in. I'll bring the .. soap." ., 'AI Can't Give You Anything But Love, fb Babyfl sang father, as he rocked the in- K2 tant back to sleep. Nurse: "lt's a boy!" c:0I1flI'ITlCd Golfer: IKHUffZyl A Caddyn Ga9J9QIJ7c0a:DV:DQ'GQ9Qk5V:DQ5QE05Qk05Q:JFQze93':DaJ7Q:w5ViaJ3QG CONIPLIMENTS OF Moxham News Co. G "Say it with Flowers" l h I-I N ' C 1 C . ICSSHCI' O. 1 Cut Flofwers and Potted Plants Phone 784 88 Poplar Street 9 Qx?4E1?QbG?3S?Q:s?fbs?N3Q:s?59?fbi?cEt?Ei?EE1 -.ix -i :'l:i.gl'f, K N A: in .' , W A tis? 1 l Q- x 1 ,M . M ,f Q Ky!! JZ, YI' in JV , xx New -- 1. L. Xgglu 1 f f lf! A, X X pg Q Qld t ,gi e, - fm 2 sX ' in Wg' ui t Eifrfigffgl K Xe- WN ,, " X, , KG V e X be fg 'ji g w 9 0 Vw f eff I . W . S, Ni: E 'rm-: 1932 R:ru:c1'on 6 , t The United States National Bank , .5 The United States Trust Co. 206 FRANKLIN STREET Cambria City Branch 5 311 BROAD STREET QA? The United States Savings C9 Trust Company 346 GREEVE STREET CONEMAUGH, PA. 'befi- COMBINED RESOURCES ..............................r................. S20,000,000.00 9 No J' oke The doctor smiled as he entered the room. "You look much better todayf, "Yes. I followed the directions on your medicine bottlef' "What were they ?,' "Keep the bottle tightly corkedf' Soph-What would a cannibal be who ate his rnother's sister? Frosh.-I'll bite on thatg what? Soph.-An ant-eater, of course. GFQaJ7Q:J5QsJ5Qk9fikJ3Q aQJ5Q:JFiQfiae7FiaJ9Qk99Qk0V59 ' ' The Moxham National Bank 550 Central Avenue Johnstown, Pa. G55624b4?Ebs?NQ,:6PfQ:s6:bfbrfN96:N9?Qz?fQ:4?fQn?S6:wEt6:Nbs?fQ7z9 WWW , 1 'fy,, ri y 'Z' Z b X Z' QE 4 '63 If ., -' 2: yi' N it f,mf224f a f f . so L i ' B e 3- 'T f A E 4 - 'lf VV k55'QrJ5gDfD s - 5 C L 2 COMPLIIUENTS 2 OF J 1 5 f . s Q F. S. Love Manufacturlng Co. 3 5 Manufacturing Confeetioners K' L 2 Illakers of Made "RIGHT" in Johnstown Confections 1 5 Q' JOHNSTOWN, PA. L, 'I J V L 5 City Phone 1150 Ben Phone 106 5 K' Q w A Qn ?4Ex g W L f J 7 L fa' COMPLETE BANKING J , L f and J 7 L Q TRUST SERVICE J L K' J f 5 7 " L f fthe jnhmsinknn Ernst Qin. 5 T L Q MY BANK J . S T J J Q f J 546:45 Q:s?4En ? 0 XX I I wr: K A :K:,f,.1 -. I. f " ,midi A P A J .au H' - '..-, ., -'rf , , .f-SEZXIPSE -, .N X 'N x Y' ff 0 VT THE 1932 REFLECTOR 4,9 2 ' 1 Q5 E B' D d 3 ng an y 3 ' '7aPdQ. E .b 5 Q QD 'D T '32 SC Q K 32 K' 3 C2 if LD T 'Q I 2 52 Sf' 'Q Q' 2 'Q Q' G Sliced Bread KU R I Z B ROS. 'Q Srhool Supplies and Equipment Q Illrznufacturing Stationers T clearnela, Pa. The only School Supply House in the East manufacturing all of its own paper items. Over 64,000 3 square feet of Hoor space MCCARTNEY BROTHERS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jerome, Pa. GQ,:6gfQ7S?fQvs6:QQys?S6'5eQmfN9G'N9?96:sQz?Q:-s?Q:4?2b-i6zfErsfAfQ:19 m . e QNLIZQW J My ff, J -W' A fy! 'X ' Y Z I I", I If I 1 iff ' f fffff ' ' , f N F , ' 2 4 X , I 2 5 . , 4' 3, Q- v Pi K f A5 if 1:3 eg 'H 1 if fifffii, -2' E "7"T 9 A9-F Fl ' , Q Y .fffAZxM,7f EE Q if : E If :-.:M e , I 3-2' E 'E' .5-2' E' YA If 'S NX f -ras 1932 REFLEQ-ron-WRm.MmmW wmmmmmm M Hx? ,l .xx F w J Q- Qwmwwwwwwwmwwwwwmwwwwwwo 5 F 'W Y' 'U F A COMPLIMENTS OF Robert Holt, D. D. S. 'W GEft?fbs?fSs?5Q?fbs?3bcGNQz?fbs?fb1sfNbeEfb-:?fb4?fQ:s G G L 4 , J Johnstown College of Music, Inc. ALL BRANCHES OF Music TAUGHT L J L J L :Z ' 19 COMPLETE INSTRUCTORS 444 Franklin Street Phone 2337 COMPLIMENTS OF G Johnstown Dry Goods Co. J QQQQQQQQMQMQMQMQQQQQMQQQMQMWQQQ Livingston Baking Co. Bakers of the "Loaf with the Flavor" Service to the Horne GJ6523:?fQ:-s?9?S?Qn?Q,s62'fQ-46:Nfbvs6:4SG:fS,?Q:-sfNQ:4?NGf?eb:9 ww i fw x X R X X , - Y I S h 'XE A I . ' " x - E' ' : ' x " 'xvrf s . QTZ, -:T si X X L X 'wfgjn' if .5 XQ 4 - X. L 1 E I 1- s ' W 4. -r -5 - X 1 N: N My K , 'Q f - W ' N " 5 , ,, , , kw- R 5,-A X nfl. m s l 1 ii . 3 A1- - S THE 1932 REFLlCTOR-- 57 A I Q5 COIVIPLINIENTS OF El Q . 2 Quallty ICE CREAM 3 . ig Electrically Pasteurizecl if MILK AND CREAM E 451 Franklin Street City Phone 350 Q Bell 908-.l . E Milk Office Telephone 470 EQ HSFl'07Zd Ifelpingx Are f1l'LL'Ilj18 in Demand" 5 T CE,lQQ'F?x:9l5aJiQ5k95sJ34iQik95QVQQ34D3VQ:J5Qk:93QQ3QG7 lp Ask for and Demand S Blur Ribbon Brand Ilfmt Products if L2 E D VVA R D H A H N Q Wholesale Home Dressed Meats Q JOHNSTOWN, PA. 22?Qd,?EAfNQAfN5fNb1?QzC?QS?SG?ES6:h5E-G?2Et?Nbi?4bt?h459 2 GVQDQ52535QiQ5QiQ3k:95xD5QQ3QkJ3':DN97Q:57Q:53Qi E S Phone 36-R4, Holsopple Q5 2 Q' ll, -1 9 Q H AM I LT 0 N S 5 , DINE AND DANCE 5 Q E T WY Calm' fo Privvrltf' Prlrfirx by fljlfloinfnlent Q T, Q On Johnstown-Jerome Road N 1 l l f M A rf -sstsss-frfimxlf igf so D rsts M E ,, 1, f fo ff rs A ' ' E so Eff l'l'l '3 X if."-V--l'lI"! f,-fgzjyy if 25- I . - XM - V 1 d., ,4. - . ,fffffl ,'ffgfy H,,f :if ,I My X ,N , W :Aw Q4 6 M4 lx f,4,', .h,b?:,.: V I ' Q 1 4 2 ,J J .fwg'f.4'f-M--s'2..-. fl - - f5F:3,,l'j.Q?44 V Iffrff' fipzzf ffff Q f,Z3g'!'lgl 'sv " " 'I 'r1ff':' P N f ,M iw " ' ' eglb-Q-e,,lF'g'52-:Tl---fw'M" 4w I THE 1932 REFLECTOR C9 :Q 'Qv65QrJFik9 G Stephen Conway FUNERAL DIRECTOR ' 211 Main Street JOHNSTOWN, PENNA. Phones-Office and Residence: Bell 231-J-City 1985 L oyi cal Two small boys Were out hiking in the woods and one of them stopped and picked up a chestnut burr. "Tommyll' he called excitedly. "Come here! I've found a porcupine egg!" He-I had a date with a lady mind-reader last night. She-And how did she enjoy her rest? He fbragging about ancestryj-Yes, my father sprang from a line of peers. Bored Listener-Did he drown? Grape Brothers V coMMERc1AL PRINTERS F Qwmwwwmwmwawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwai 'W 0 F 'H 'Q . 18 Clover Street Phone 3330 QQ JOHNSTOWN, PENNA. euffuwuceeuaaeaweegwuwe-Afutoau o .be I X x ' 1L'Xg 6 s X I 1 X f H 5,2 Ay L 1 - f . 4 ,Q T X fa T 3 THE 1932 REFLECTDR--1 G T G, The Johnstown Chamber of Commerce con- 5 gratulates members of the Graduating Class of an W Ferndale High School and extends to them its best J wishes for success in their pursuit of higher educa- K, tion or in any vocation they may adopt as their lifework. gf' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JJ LI Q Q COIUPLIJIIENTS OF in ci 2 First National Bank Q " JEROME, PA. SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE IN MUSIC Q This course includes daily and supervised practice T, period. Certificate of Merit awarded to pupil taking this course. This is a real opportunity to make the summer months profitable to you musically. For Full Ififormation Phone 902-L 6 FLINN STUDIO OF MUSIC 2Et?2ES67NEG6:NbE?Q:s?xQyS?9?ES5?5S?NbG?fQ:G?eQn6:NQA?bi?gQ:t 9 J I. Luther T. Gardner , JUSTICE or THE PEACE Fire Insurance and All Other Kinds of Insurzmre , J 734 Femdale Avenue Phone 3386-I.. V J UMW l I I X A X If My e, I , ' . Y ii - V ,yflfiu W ' 1 A . 2 .. f ,ww 1 1- f I - ' 'f ?r":ff2rff 'tr I .ir 7-Sis '-1 f J,,Zmf,,f ' - - -5 so E ,,,-.2-'S so Al . it "'f ff Q 2 R- :I 4141+ -F3523-1'f',---af-a-,..,.,,h.,., ,,.. ..,..ww 1 1-TX Q 3Qk99ADsw95Qx09Qk9 67Q:J54Dve'77'Qk.-5'54Dk:'J5QvfJV:D BERKEY 6? SEESE 2 JEROME, PA. 3 2 The Home of Fresh fllent J 5 and f General fllerchandisf' 2 ?Q:-:6z4Q:4 3 GJ5Ql-J,QvJ7Qae07Q:w:95Qk09cDk:95":Dbs05Q:e:95QaJ 9 Phone 3739-J Ferndale Lumber Company MILLWORK AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Femdale Avenue Johnstown, Penna. A. BRANT, MANAGER wEn?4bi?fGt?4Q:iFh3b1?fQn ?'b1?fbcfNb1?4b:fNE1 ll Iodern Proposal Moderxi Wooer-"I say, old thing, may I attend your wedding?" She-"Why, l'm not even engaged!" Modern Wooer-"O, as bridegroom, I mean?" Scotchman-HI took my date to the theater last night and we almost had a taxie ride home." lv Another Scotchman-"You did? How ?" Scotchman-"Well, l matched the chauffer whether we should pay him double fare or nothing. He won-so we had to walkf, i GiQ.w:95':ia:95Q:e:97QQ54D.J5Qa:9V:Dx93ADaJ54:DN03Qk974DkJ5Q:e9V:D:J3gDP:9,QQ Qlamhxiavglniue usiness Qlnllege Main Street JOHNSTOWN PENNA. OE:i?Nbi?3bi?4b-1?NQ:i?f bfs?f Q:1?:4bt?4Ei?4bx , r , I i .VR uxw xxx li W If , XXX Qi of f , 5 V i .kv i I 'X S 1 ,xg If X I fe A' X P S Qi S ff ' x gift' , ,. s - , A illeo 'V' I -?Q"'Q- X x K Q .' 5 Ng, 1 QS 1 ee E if X to t its if me SQQQQTS.. I fl ,I +A, gig 'rl-IE 1932 nzrmcron ,, K Compliments , ,Of wx A .:,.T?f?fHf '1 f tgzgiighg,be-F'x35E2g'ggi15f5 THE EQEFEEQAEQAL C0 Koppers Building Pittsburgh, Pa. GQnFNbcFNbs?4bs?4Gz?Nbs?fb,s?fEn?5b:?Qbs?4Q: C?4Qm1?qEt0 SMWW , ,. , I7 f ' KJ f 5 x V, 6 ' I Q I W I s ,Kami , f ' I' -fa" A 3' li'Y'. SV' QQ x ' , f"'f:Nf' -Emi 3932 REFLECTOR"'-'-mmf' 4,4 1. -I-mf J fx ,, ,. ..K.. 7,- XQ,. 'WT QR 5 1' fw..ffi,' Q ' 5 1 GFD:Jfiaw9VisJ9'Qx59gDzQ5Qe9QkQ54Ezf0VQe5Qxq9VQaJi4Dx95Qk05QaJf5G HY F5 Q ?L GQQJTIQ COAIPLIIUENTS 13 ei YI gf Y 01" S if vu A FIQIEN Q 1 1 QS?Gs?Ee?5Q:4?fQrz'?NE7c?Q:2c ?5,G'x'SsG:'fQ:,-sfNE:G:Q5Evs?E4fNbi?fE1 E, ,Q2J7QQi.Q5Q9wJ54Q9:9y:Dk974TsJV:D.k53a554:Ds- .J3':D3JFi3JV:Dk05Qziy5Q COJIIPLHUEN TS O F E 0 T fp ,fx , Q 81 ' v Esriizgnso X, K J k Q A if x , ', ,iii V xx x .' .-xi!-zrzfgvff .1 5 I , ,f f :LQ ' Ei X, -5'-':J.'C-'iff ,. , ' r rf . -I .I . mx 1 x m:'EfS:SfI . ,Q-,N ' f',:',f". k. - gi L. A w X ff ' ff J' , , KX ff' Xxx X NN? - X . xv nw fl ' --"""'M w, 4. 1- , M 2 . Z ' ' ar. p x fiimxt X 5 b X X Xxx' V g xx I . "' X : ,QQXK Y xxWfiu', G" .: xxfs ' sfo ' 'I 2' 2. , E L' Ai 4-'. 'A ' ' Xx' "' if v W., v flifefili .H-LLM wg. Q XRS- ,mf-4,,y f 1 ,yi :L mmm 1'5- sz XXX S X I m fffx Q--------1---TH:-: 1932 REFl.Ec'roR G5':Dr:95433::9F0r:97":DQ'FDe'3e5Qz63::93k0?4Dk95'4DQ5':Dk9V4D:w:93"4DQ'FDG QQQPCDQ1, N550 Q Q Q --"4 X, 3 y W- 3 2 3 i f me S E 'T 353 A,AQfAfw'f3W 5' ET P1 M ff" I 5 Q. 5 it! 25"-r 3 E' P Q' H v 3' -Dr "" Q he te 2 I, 1 ' 9 I I S 'S 3 t' QS? . 5 m H1 5 3 N S 5 3 I hm G SF Q E is R . t vit "' Q 2- E QQ VI 'F 'P 5 Qfbc? GA N. QMNQZ ?'fE4?fQ7sGNbs 'Qu N530 .GN Milk of highest quality for the children and for every member of your family. Milk of pas- teurized purity and wholesome bs excellence-our milk and cream. Cb There Is No Substitute for Fresh M ilk 5 3QvfifuE7G?3bs?fQvr6:NEAf:5ES?'bS?cQ::6?bi?Q7S?ES?Gd?4it1?Sg N ff f W" "" if " ' u X .rf f V X U 2 mf "7 ff - " '. ., ffl' ,Z , iff -' ' ,f 'pl' ' X, , ,tw 4,4,f,gt ff ,, me, ' 5, ff' 3, Q, U , QfL!f,5ff" 1g.'ffi!?'1't7'fLf"5Sg. E jf! N -.441 if 't ..-.ze-'+'i 'i i L? l Xll as fi, 'gs 'J , .. M fl 'rue 1932 HEFLECTOR V, -i . Q- S-sk' J' .1 :,meu. 'll ilmff f-3'Qs:9"iwJ':bwJ"'iaq'75Q 5QaJ3'Qk9 Manges Candy Co. f' W Distributor F w of f DAGGETPS CHOCOLATES 'W f' -5 WM. B. TRQSTLE, Prof. f 'l f Phone 5328 5 F 2 b'c?fQ:'i?eb4?fQ:tfNb:?5fLc?S?5fQ7sF4b1?fb1?fEngf24EA?fbi G He lfl'a.rn't So Slou' An old colored man was burning dead grass when a smart Alec stopped and said: "You're foolish to do that, Uncle Eb.g it will make the meadow as black as you are." "Don't worry about dat, sah," responded Uncle Eb. "Dat grass will grow out an' be as green as you is." Poison to Him Old Lady Cto trampl: "Why don't you work? Hard work never killed any one." Tramp: "You,re wrong lady. l lost both of my wives that way." Q'4iQ54Dae95"4Dk:95QaJ5'Qe9'qDQ5":Dk93Qe54ieyi:J3"4DQ5QQ5'Qr:J'Q.6"giG gl STATLER COMPANY I CLEANERS, DYERS AND FURRIERS Plant 152 Buck Ave. Office 439 Lincoln Street l 4 4 4 Phones 4 4 4 C-DQv:?'bs?NQ:,s?fb1C?'fb:?fQ,v?fQ7sFN0:f:fNb:?Q:s?fbnFNL7s6zfQ,r?4b:FNE,1C9 rfkxilxllll l Wy X Xml Wife , L xx 'X X X xy , r , X r N Qkuk K Xti -X., , 1 I .. x 1 -F x .,.. A X E- X .3 K I Q H , Nhbv Q' - xg 5 4 A ..,- X i - , -X - s - - --,xxx s ., if Am p H Lf -j: ' if Yx+E?:eRxR L -i 'kk X, N 65' X iff a d A A is me 1932 lmn.mc'rol- ,,, X W , . . Q It Pays to Look Well . . . K Edw. G. Schwlng E 2 BARBER sl-io? K 6 Offfi' You 5 Prompt Service Sanitary Methods-No Long Waits K, Q 557 F1-:RNDALE Avia. J S To Look Your Best See Us C9555m-QagbiigbQ3Qx'75Q5QQ9'iQ3AD:fJ5h05'QQ5:e074D:w:93gDk07Qs-raygi 7 Cl l L h M C ff' Wen e- e man otor o. ' 500 HORNER STREET gi DE soTo PLYMOUTH 4, Sales and Serfvire E QEv.57'fS,?QzffNQx,?NS?fb5?5Qz?:f5C?N'Qz?bs?Q:4frzfbS?'Qv's0'i4S5NKE19 Something Wrong With Him L Kind Friend-"I did what I could, Tony--I told her you had more money than sense." ' The Victim-"And what did she say Pl' Kind Friend-"She asked me if you had any money." Playing In Lufl' "Lend -me a dime for my carfare home, will you, old man ?" "I'm sorry, but all I've got is half a dollarf' "Splendidl I'll take a taxif' QQ " F U R N I T U R E-That Keeps Faith!" ff Beauty, style and comfort,-these combined with a quality of H2 construction that insures life-long, dependable service,-furniture of K which you can justly feel proud. f f o1'l-lalz. 5 Cll CO Y' ff :ami 'y"fru. ""' 3313 obioefeiPsqewesurfeeffN'0,f,:HeZwmf,cHQHfefef,oNQ,g.?efef,Ge'Q-,fo'eQ:117-efia9 i X it l onyx if i. y ,fy X ff 4 Z Ili I ' f Q ' 'fff' . A who 3 ' Tfljlf f 'VX l 'T' '57 1 1 - Hhs. ' We m f e fo i' f 29 if i - ' I f' fe ' ia 'f ifif f j ' f' if 4? - A Y 42J0,A,f1 :Cf I' -3 1" ,W if L.i4f.i' .-"' 'N X i Vg, -- A ar- 3 -1 2 E E Q if J 6, 2 2 M2 X Qi, Qzfbibs GW! Qi. N ?'f'b: 0 WEIGEL 8: BARBER, Inc The Harrie of Real Printing 204 Bedford Street Johnstown P Typographyfff Printing by , a. ENG: 6:5-be lf IQ Q2 r 'H C 'N . F . 0 X ,XX M W Es is Y N , if . ' A 'H -f 'P ' 'x' f "f.i1"' A , a 1 - ' ' 5 . Q:-1 is N ,Q' ' x A it xi: fe. J - In .5 . V X ,ik Q .V ai-Mx K' - ' : W af X, --- xv, Q- . '. 01... -f' ,- M-Q-. ' Q, - 'S' A .. 'Y ij- ins? J- "fx N X 2 N 'hx sv t X ik ' - V f 4 1 Xxxqbxgxxk l 'UI I ' Shiv e mn-U 4 lglll V , ,, , Q. . , . fe THE 1932 man.:-:cron Gb4?fbsGNb:?4Q,s?fbs?fGn?f Qn?4bs?fQ:s?f b1 G ' ,Compliments T H E Ferndale Bakery . 7 I 7 V! r 9 K W 'I cf' J L ,f ' . F w r w r w r w r w r of w r w f' w r w f' w f '5 r w f w f w eq f A Ferndale Industry u s X f I , - XX I A ,- - : 5 f ' ff' '-2 'f 7 Z "ff-E' 2 if X457 1? 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