Forbes High School - Forbian Yearbook (Kantner, PA)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1952 volume:
GENERAL FORBES MEMORIAL
The 1952 Fnrhian
PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS
FORBES HIGH SCHOOL
DR. A. M. UPHOUSE
In recognition of his near three decades of faithful service
to his fellow citizens and their children in the field of educational
administration, the Senior Class of 1952 of Forbes High School
dedicates this edition of the Forbian to Dr. A. M. Uphouse.
HMI ISTH Tlll
Ifnrhes Jninl Schnnl Board
IACK SHAFPER ..,... ...,.,.. P resident
MERLE STUTZMAN .... ,..,. V ice President
FORREST LOHR ,eeee .... S ecretary
MILTON SPANGLER ...... ..... T reasurer
STANDING: Merle Stutzman, Allan Ober, Noah Fyock, Sr., Chester Long, Iack Shatter, Robert Gindles-
perger, Ray Dinning, Richard Steller.
SEATED: Forrest Lohr, Milton Spangler, Iohn Sharp, Margaret Schilthauer, Dasie Lehman, Harold Wentz,
IOHN P. RODGER
DAVID E. LICHLITER
SE IUH HIGH SEHUUI. FACULTY
, . . commercial
. . . English
. . . home economics
. . . gym, i. b. t., English
. . . school nurse
. . . math., latin
. . . vocal music
. . . art
. . . political science
. . . science, health
. . . physical education
. . . driver education
IOSEPH IOHN ABRAMOWICH
Ioe . . . has a win-
ning smile . . . always
riding his motorcycle
or visiting his girl . . .
forever walking home
-wonder why? . , .
detests homework . . .
"You know" . . . would
like to be a carpenter.
Efiinghan Von Glock-
enspiel . . . hard to
keep up with . . . en-
joys airplanes, carn-
eras, and music . . .
disapproves of his
friends, people with no
sense of humor . . .
"Curses, foiled again"
. . . top desire-pho-
DAVID LYNN BARNHART
Barney . . . fighting
forward . . . sports,
music, girls, and food
rate high on his list
. . . thumbs down on
drug store cowboys
and snobbish girls . . .
"Holy smoke" . . .
looks forward to being
Drxrs LEE BERKEBILE
Dix . . . Oh, those eyes
. . . likes sleeping late
and people but know-
it-alls irritate her . . .
hates mean boys . . .
"Oh, for crackin' ice"
. . . ambition-a house-
wife-Mrs Lloyd Mos-
Brrrv JEAN ANGELO
Shorty . . . shortest
member ot the class
. . . loathes potato
salad but delights in
French fries , . . favor-
ite class-English . . .
"I'm tellin' you" . . .
chief ambition is to be
Audy , . . Oh, that
laugh! . . . enjoys rid-
ing a '33 Plymouth and
eating fried chicken
. . . spare time is spent
in writing letters . . .
"Oh, yea" . . . future
-to become a home-
Barry Lou BENTZ
Bubbles . . . remember
Dodie? . . . wrestling
matches on TV and art
class rate . . . despises
ignorant boys and spa-
ghetti . . . spare time
is spent in drawing
. . . "Ternprachure"
. . . would enjoy tint-
ing in a studio.
IOANNE Louis: Bnnxrnluz
Io . . . a peppy cheer-
leader . . . approves
of good music, danc-
ing, and all sports . . .
can be found with the
old gang anytime . . .
"Gee Whiz" . . . future
ambition is to get a
TERRY VAUGHN BnIucrIaI1.Is
Punk . . . inquiring
green eyes . . . de-
lights in stuffed pep-
pers, cars, sports, and
hunting . . . has no at-
traction for the weak-
er sex, loathes typing
. . . "Ah! Take off"
. . . hopes to become
DAVID ALLAN Bnurzumc
Dave . . . Romeo with
a convertible . . . de-
lights in eating, roller
skating and all sports
. . . approves of go-
ing steady . . . dislikes
teachers who assign
homework . . . "I don't
know" . . . plans to
join the Navy.
RoBI:n'r IO!-IN DILL
Pickles . . . crew cut
and infectious grin
. . . takes a liking to
girls, sports, good food,
and swimming . . .
school doesn't agree
with him . . . "Don't
worry about it" . . .
hopes to become a me-
EVBLYN MAI: Domi:-IIJI:
Ev . . . willing and de-
pendable worker . . .
has an interest in
sports, dancing, and
hill-billy music . . .
thumbs down on Eng-
lish and getting up
early . . . "Iumpin' ccct-
fish!" . . . wants only
to be a success
LIFPORD DEWAYN BIRCH
Birch . . . quiet but
friendly . . . takes an
interest in sports,
hunting, and fishing
. . . dislikes eating in
public . . . "It don't
make no difference"
. . . ambition-banker
or driver . . . unde-
Champ . . . husky
tackle for the fighting
eleven . . . women top
the list, movies and
sports follow . . . try
to find something he
dislikes! . . . "I don't
know" , . . arnbition--
a big game hunter.
ALAN LEE DINNING
Shaky . . . proud mem-
ber of Western District
Chorus . . . always
singing or listening to
music . . . pastime loaf-
ing at cabin . . . de-
tests flighty girls . . .
"Holy Cow" . . . aims
to be a chef.
Roasnr WILLIAM Escx-mc:-x
Bob . . . hotrod happy
. . . happy when hunt-
ing or attending auto
races . . . interested in
one girl and fast au-
tomobiles . . . delights
in eating . . . frowns
on reckless drivers . . .
"What?" . . . future-
LARRY GEORGE Fvocx
and friendly be-
lieves English is a
waste of time . . . en-
joys the company of
nice girls, music, and
sports . . . likes foot-
ball and basketball
. . . "Huh?" . . . aims
to be a farmer.
ROBERT HARVEY HOSTETLER
Curly . . . bashful . . .
a n y t h i n g connected
with money and girls
are tops . . . disgusted
by slow cars . . . likes
the outdoors . . . "Holy
smokes" . . . chief de-
sire: cz millionaire play
C1-1AR1.oTTE MARIE KNUPP
Chocolate . . . dark
hair and eyes . . , de-
lights in twelve-inch
and boat rides in the
moonlight . . . takes a
dislike to snobs and
mushy couples . . .
"Take it easy" . . . top
BETTY Lou MANGES
Bets . . . our only red
chili, dancing, drive-
ins, and a certain man
are tops with her . . .
dislikes snobs, red hair
and freckles . . . "Oh,
no!" . . . hopes to get
Pnuw HD E EH
SALVE TREssA HAHN
Tre . . . forever read-
ing . . . always hep on
latest movies . . . loaf-
ing and watching tele-
vision are her pastimes
. . . hobby-taking pic-
tures . . . "I didn't
want it anyway" . . .
plans to be a Waf.
RICHARD ALLEN Iocx
Mose . . . tall, dark,
and personality plus
. . . fond of girls, good
food, sports, and hunt-
ting . . . dislikes Eng-
lish and school in gen-
eral , . . "Get lost" . . .
intends to be a big
IQAN IVIARGARET LEAZIER
Io . . . quiet and se-
rene . . . listening to
popular music and
dancing are favorites
. . . has a dislike for
snobbish people . . .
"Oh, brother" . . .
hopes for the future-
to be a lawyer's secre-
EDITH EILEEN MASSUNG
Rocky . . . blonde hair
and blue eyes . . .
takes a liking to boys
and Fords . . . detests
people who gossip
. . . says school wasn't
meant for her . . . "Ah,
heck! . . . aims to get
ELEANOR PAYE MILLER
Faye . . . quiet with a
friendly disposition . . .
delights in hill-billy
music and basketball
games . . , has no par-
ticular interest in boys
. . . "Oh! my aching
back" . . . plans to at-
IOSEPHINE IEAN MROGIK
Iosie . . . cute and pert
. . . relishes hamburg-
ers and potato chips
. . . reading detective
stories is her pastime
. . . turns her nose up
at English and conceit-
ed people . . . "Boy, oh
boy!" . . . ambition-
ELLEN IUNE NEwcoMER
Cupid . . . talks all the
time . . . has a taste
for dill pickles and
French fries . . . fond of
bashful boys . . . ab-
hors boys who tease
. . . "That's what you
think" . . . ambition-
catch a man.
RICHARD DEAN PARKER
Parker . . . dark wavy
hair . . . takes a liking
to girls, sports, and
spaghetti . . . dislikes
work, icy roads, and
fair weather friends
. , . "It's all your fault"
. . . desires to become
a sports announcer.
B EHW!-lHIl N EVER
ZETA GAIL MILLER
Slim . . . peppy cheer-
leader with teasing
blue eyes . . . enjoys
parties, sports, and
likes to eat . . . has
ct distaste for snobs
and corny nicknames
. . . "Christopher" . . .
ambition . . . to do
IoYcE PATRICIA MURPHY
Murph . . . small, petite
cheerleader . . . enjoys
dancing and listening
to Harry Iames orches-
tra . . . likes perfume
and long eyelashes
. . . abhors reading
. . . "Oh baloney!" . . .
future a'r hostess-
laler become a house-
RICHARD ORION OAKS
Rich . . . tallhfriendly,
with a catching sm le
. . . enjoys hunting,
swimming, and steak
dinners . . . takes a
dislike to people who
are too inquisitive . . .
"Whadaya soy?" . . .
to succeed in whatever
PHYLLIS IEAN PHILLIPPI
Phil . . . jolly and full
ot fun . . . spare time
is spent developing
pictures and reading
. . . likes swimming,
hiking, and o good
dish of spaghetti . . .
"You don't say" . . .
plans to work in a
Mare . . . one ot the
quietest seniors . . .
cowboy and polka mu-
sic rate . . , television
and doing needlework
are tops with her . . .
"You're tellin' me?"
. . . wants to be an as-
LINDSAY POWELL PUTMAN
Big Putty . . . thought-
ful and well-mannered
. . . enjoys art, sports,
and typing . . . hunting
and traveling are his
pastimes . . . abhors
English . . . "Tough! I
don't have none" . . .
desires to get a job.
Io:-IN EDGAR S'I'o1'LEa
lack . . . wants a gal
in every land . . . en-
joys hunting, fishing,
and most of his friends
. . . dislikes teachers,
school and homework
. . . "Go jump in the
lake" . . . ambition-
air force cadet.
ELIZABETH IANE TAssoN
Lizzie. . .liked by
everyone . . , movies
and television are en-
joyed by her . . . dis-
likes English and
beans . . . football's
favorite . . . hamburg-
ers and French fries
rate . . . "Holy Buc-
kets" . . . future, air
IoI-IN PAUL PLUTA
Iohnny . . . just can't
seem to avoid trouble
. . . takes a liking to
sports, hotrods, and
science . . . shirks at
homework and teach-
ers . . . "I don't care"
. . . has the desire to
become a scientist.
VNIARREN HAMER SHAFI-'EH
Bussie . . . mischiev-
ous? ? ? Warm smile
. . . likes to hunt and
fish . . . has a taste for
pickles . , . claims he
dislikes girls . . . "Tell
us about it" . . . hopes
to become a college
IoI-IN IOSEPH SUDER
Sod . . . six foot two
-eyes of blue . . .
usually quiet and
easy-going . . . likes
best to play football
and basketball . . . de-
tests work . . . "Wha-
daya say?" . . . wants
to be a millionaire
Pee Wee . . . active
member of band . . .
regular fan at football
games ... enjoys
swimming and em-
broidering . . . disap-
proves of smart people
and washing dishes
. . . "Dog-gone-it" . . .
future store clerk and
ROBERT VICTOR WATKINS ALBERT STEWART WOMER
Hawk ... always
wise-cracking . . . likes
football and nice cloth-
es . . . deplores riding
the school bus and
work . . . "Is that so?"
. . . wants to make
plenty of money and
live the lite of Riley.
Albert . . . one of the
fortunate to attend
Western District Chor-
us . . . enjoys sports,
music, and likes to ride
around in his car . . .
. . . dislikes homework
. . . "That's logical"
. . . desires to major
Left to Right-E. Donahue, Z. Miller, I. Berkebile, E. Newcomer
Ieanie . . . dark hair
with matching eyes
. . . movies and music
rate high with her . . .
shirks at getting up
early. . . "I don't'
know" . . . wants only
to have an exciting fu-
President ...,..,.... ...,,. E LLEN NEWCOMER
Vice President .,.,,,,.,.., IOANNE BERKEBILE
Secretary ...... ,,...,.., Z ETA MILLER
Treasurer .....,r ,,.... E VELYN DONAHUE
Sponsor ,... CHARLES LAWSON
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Senior Class uf 1952
Of all the paradoxical statements that have been made about the Senior Class
of 1952, the one that rings most true is: They are able because they think they are
able. Self-confidence, tempered with modesty, is the quality that characterizes the prog-
ress and accomplishments of the Senior Class. From Abramowich to Zimmerman, in-
dividual shortcomings and differences failed to faze the Seniors in their firm resolve to
aim higher, work harder and do better. As individuals and as a group theirs is a
record of achievement. Ellen Newcomer, Ioanne Berkebile, Zeta Miller and Evelyn Don-
ahue provided outstanding leadership proving themselves worthy of the honor their
classmates had bestowed upon them. Then, too, there were many outstanding Work-
ers in the group, conscientious and underztanding, who rolled up their sleeves and
tackled the work to be done.
There was Betty Bentz with her paints and brushes, Charlotte Knupp's manage-
ment of the Senior store, Lindsay Putman's efficient handling of the complicated
yearbook photography problems, Richard I:a:k's and Vilarren Shaffer's capable assist-
ance in erecting the permanent stage sets. And still others, working as volunteer groups
or committees, added to the record of Senior Class accomplishments. Notable among
these were the play cast, the yearbook business staff and the Forbian staff. Senior lead-
ership and skill was not limited to class activities alone. Betty Angelo edited the
school newspaper. Richard Iock presided over the Student Council. Albert Womer and
Alan Dinning were chosen for the Western District Chorus. Seniors were officers in
four of the high school clubs. Ioyce Murphy was captain of the cheerleaders. Iohn
Suder was captain of the football team. Varsity sports were dominated by the Senior
boys. And the Senior Class was always well represented on the scholastic honor roll.
On the evening of May 20 the members of the Senior Class of 1952 arrived at
the crossroads of their lives-Commencement. On the signpost that points the way
to their future are the Words they, themselves, selected: Forward Ever . . . Backward
I l I
D. Blcrnset, C. Blanset, V. Bentz, A. Durst, L. Bcxrnhcrrt D Croyle L Britz L Ierin
Miss Elliott, P. Eutin, C. Lohr, F. Ccirbone I Donitzen W Korzinski B Fulton B Fish
I. Lenhart, S. Clcxrk, K. Bruening, D. Clark, G. Fuschino B Birch P Croyle P Darr
F. Mcryok, C. Zimmerman, P. Zborovancik, T Z1mmermc1n M Mezcxck K Miller L Mlller
Mr. Krupnik, R. Rice, R. Powell, R. Ritchey, E Walker W Putman L Riddell I Stutzman
I. Shaffer, I. Walker.
S. Rodger, L. Shaffer, I. Shatter, M. Shaffer, B Rice E Toth M Morris B Sniecienski
President .......... ....... L ARRY BARNHART
Vice President ........ ........ L EONARD IERIN
Secretary ,.... ....... B ARBARA FULTON
Treasurer ....... KERRY MILLER
Sponsors ........ MISS ELLIOTT
Left to Right-L. Barnhart, B. Fulton, L. Ierin
The Juninr Class
An old proverb states that behind able men are always other able men.
This definitely holds true when speaking of the Iunior Class. This group shows
promise of being equal to the task before them. There is hardly a Iunior who
hasn't had a part in at least one of the many high school activities-band,
chorus, clubs, council, newspaper or whatever appealed to him. As we look
at the roster of Iunior names we see among them an endless array of talent
-scholars, leaders, athletes, musicians, singers, artists, and scientists. Under
the leadership of their capable officers the Iunior Class has demonstrated the
teamwork that is so necessary in establishing a record of achievement. The
Iunior Class has shown that it is methodical, teeming with energy and cre-
ative. The Iunior's Christmas dance was one of the highlights of the school
year. Undoubtedly the Iunior-Senior Prom will rank as its greatest achieve-
ment. To the group who will soon take our place in Forbes High School, we
Seniors of 1952 give our deepest wish for success.
President .......... ,,,,,,, L ARRY VAN SICKLE
Vice President ....... .......... E MMA MILLER
Secretary ........ ..,,. M ARLENE REXROTH
Treasurer . ........ STANLEY NAUCIE
Sponsors .......... MRS. LEAF
Lett to Right-M. Rexroth, S. Naugle, L. Van Sickle E Miller
The Snphnmnre Class
The Sophomore Class is big in size and potentialities. This group, com-
posed oi sixty-nine members, has been satisfied to play a minor role this
year. However, they have not been idle. This term has been a year of ad-
justment and new experience tor the Sophomores. Gradually they will assume
a leading role. An eagerness to learn and a Willingness to Work character-
izes the Sophomore Class. The Sophomore assembly programs clearly pro-
claimed that this group has talent and knows how to use it. They are active
in all school activities and in some they have already assumed an active share
ot leadership. Present indications are that the Sophomore Class will establish
one of the finest records in scholastic achievement. Also Worthy ot mention
is the enthusiasm with which the Sophomores demonstrate their school spirit.
The Senior Class of 1952 Wishes these promising citizens of Forbes continued
F. Koontz, D. Shaffer, L. Laughlin, S. Matse, E. Maise, P. Leonard, B. McGregor, C. Hecki,
IX. I. Clark.
E. Miller, I. Fern, P. Mostoller, B. Rininger, G. Molchak, I. Pizer, B. Spangler, L. McVicker.
P. Krevetski, D. Meyers, M. Spangler, D. Ott.
Mrs. Leaf, I. Benko, E. Corbett, I. Sniecienski, M. Shaffer, N. Newcomer, I. Shaulis, I. Rice
M. Wingard, M. Sabo, M. Phillippi, M. Gindlesperger, A. Tasson, M. Storey, M. Rexroth
U. Mostoller, M. DeArmitt.
G. Dinning, M. Mensinger, W. Findley, C. Lease, I. Bentz, S. Naugle, R. Dunmyer, I. Pacific.
R. Wain, I. Miller, D. Lake, H. Butler, K. Shaver, E. Miller, R. Strasiser.
Mr. Weaver, G. Sheeler, R. Berkebile, W. Hutchinson, P. Toma, R. Ashbrook, I. Mort
D. Stotler, R. Foust.
M. Stutzman, I. Womer, I. Wirbick, L. Van Sickle, D. Clark, I. Checchi, P. Kolesko.
. . . SIIPHIIIIVIIJHES
.Iuninr High Snlmnl Falzull
SECOND: Orion A. Womer, Iohn Winters, Donald W, Drenner, Charles G. Clark.
FIRST: Ellir S. Werner, Nellie Sank, Mary Ali,e Iock, Thomas M. Zimmerman.
THIRD: I. Leazier, I, Gavlak, I. Hostetler, I. Iohnson, C. Fern, I. Iohnson, D. Enos, F. Kostro.
SECOND: T. Mensinger, S. Mezack, S. Gindlesperger, E. Manges, A. Gavlak, V. Meyers, S. Gindles-
perger, M. Ioback, I. Fetzer.
FIRST: Mr. Werner, C. Mostoller, T. Fuschino, I. Knopsnyder, V. Meyers, D. Miller, Pl. Meholic
I. Koontz, B. Kubas.
Ei gh teen
D. Escherich, S. Bender, I. Armagost, D. Ellis, A. Babincsak, L. Buchanan, O. Durst, G. Bentz.
C. Brue-ning, F, Charlton, A. DeNorcey, D. Berkebile, S. Corbett, A. Custer, R. Darr.
Mr. Brougher, G. DeNorcey, I. Abramowich, F. Barron, I. Carbone, R. Bender, S. Emerick,
E. Bentz, V. Chasser.
I, Mrogik, T. Strelko, D. Swank, I. Shatter, I. Williams, B. Zelinski, H. Sturtz, R. Walker.
I. Strelko, W. Shroyer, M. Stern, D. Ritchey, R. Yuschick, I. Schokora, D. Watkins.
Mr. Drenner, N. Powell, I. Mostoller, L. Riddell, R. Wain, W. Secrest, B. Shatter, D. Shaver,
. . . FHESHMEN
STANDING: L. Barnhart, W. Shatter, A. Dinning, I. Murphy, E. Donahue, L. Putman, B. Bentz, C. Knupp,
E. Newcomer, R. Iock, L. Fyock.
SITTING: Z. Miller, B. Manges, I. Berkebile, A. Ashbrook, B. Angelo.
Living up to its "Forward Ever" class motto, the Class of 1952 undertook the task ot
improving the quality of the high school yearbook. Neither the class nor its advisor had any
previous yearbook experience. Spurred on by the belief that "nothing ventured, nothing
gained" the Forbian Staff made a number of changes based on recommendations and sug-
gestions of students and faculty alike. The yearbook was given a new name-Forbian-by
a majority vote of the entire student body. The Forbian Staff contracted with Weigel 51 Bar-
ber for a printed yearbook rather than the lithograph process heretofore used. A new cover
and cover design was selected along with a good quality paper. More emphasis was placed
on photography and each picture was prepared tor the first time tor the yearbook by a
special photo-engraving process. Uneasy moments, battling problems, important decisions.
deadlines and many weeks ot hard Work were part of the process. The Forbian Staff accepted
the challenge willingly and worked diligently in an endeavor to produce a yearbook that
would provide enjoyment and lasting memories.
Typing S tatf
A new Hillside-Aerial was introduced to the students and faculty oi the Forbes School
System last September. Under the guidance of Miss Elliott, Miss Messina, and Reverend
Womer the school newspaper slafi made a number of improvements which greatly en-
hanced the reading appeal of the Hillside-Aerial.
It is now published monthly in magazine form with a distinctive gold cover. Attrac-
tive cover designs are the work of Mr. Brougher's art students. In its new form, the
newspaper has a senior high school and a junior high school division revealing a variety
of well-written news and feature articles.
Betty Angelo is the editor. Barbara Fulton and Iane Wirbick are associate editors.
The ever-popular sports page is' edited by Barry Carr. Mr. Weaver is business manager
with Lindsay Putman, Robert Dill, Barbara Spangler, and Larry Barnhart as his business
assistants. Subscriptions were solicited by Patricia Croyle and Susan Rodger. Margaret
Stutzman, Velma Bentz, and Edward Walker are circulation managers and Audrey Ash-
brook is exchange director.
The Hillside-Aerial typists rate a special Commendation for the attractive appearance
of the newspaper. Mary Plovish, Iosephine Mrogik, Elizabeth Tasson, Dixie Berkebile, and
Ioyce Murphy are on the typing staff.
In addition to the vital role the Hillside-Aerial plays in the development of school
spirit and an informed student body is the excellent opportunity it provides the youthful
journalists of Forbes to gain actual experience in gathering and reporting the news.
STANDING: R. Dill, L. Putman, V. Bentz, L. Barnhart, I. Berkebile, M. Phillippi, M. Stutzman, I. Wirbick,
Miss Elliott, I. Shaffer, S. Rodger, P. Kolesko, P. Croyle.
SECOND: F. Carbone, I. Mrogik, M. Plovish, E. Tasson.
FIRST: B. Fulton, D. Berkebile, B. Angelo, I. Murphy, A. Ashbrook.
STANDING: L. Ierin, S. Matse, R. Iock, R. Dill.
SITTING: E. Toth, L. Riddell, V. Bentz, D. Meyers, C. Knupp, B. Manges, P. Kolesko, L. Van Sickle.
The Student Council of Forbes High School offers the student body a voice in school
government. Each senior high school class elects four representatives to serve on the coun-
cil during the year. These youthful legislators meet each Week to discuss student and school
problems. Meetings are conducted according to parliamentary procedure.
The Student Council's organization, powers and duties are clearly defined in a con-
stitution Which was prepared by the first Student Council following the consolidation.
Its influence is considerable. Recommendations of the group frequently result in added
benefits for their constituents and in improvements for the school. Student Council sponsors
a number of fund-raising projects and recreational activities during the term. The Student
Council of Forbes High School promotes a better understanding of democratic government
and in that way prepares today's students to become tomorroW's leaders.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
President ,....,..... ....... R ICHARD IocK
Vice President .,.. ............ R OBERT DILL
Secretary ........ ....,. P AULINE KOLESKO
Treasurer ...... .,...,,,,,,,... V ELMA BENTZ
Advisor ...,. ...... C HARLES LAWSON
Left to Right-B. Bentz, L. Barnhart, D. Armagost, D. Berkebile, I. Murphy, R. Parker, A. Ashbrook, C. Knupp,
A. Womer, A. Dinning, Z. Miller, B. Angelo, L. Fyock, I. Berkebile, I. Mrogik, M. Plovish, P. Phillippi, M. Valentine.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"Alright, let's go through the entire play again." This firm command by Miss Sank,
senior play director, sent many an evening rehearsal of "Take Your Medicine" into an over-
time session. And what sessions they were! There were many off-moments of fun in spite of
the nightly trips in hazardous weather, the long hours of rehearsal, the repetitious practice
of difficult scenes, and the cold that penetrated the auditorium during the six weeks of re-
hearsal. Lynn Barnhart and Allan Dinning could usually be found quarreling over posses-
sion ot the one hospital bed available for rehearsals. No wonder! The loser had to rehearse
his part while lying on a lab table without benefit of a mattress. Miss Sank, demonstrating
the right and wrong way to play a certain role, had the cast doubled up with laughter. Bet-
ty Bentz, the young student nurse in the play, insisted on washing Lynn Barnhart's face at
every rehearsal because the script called for it. Audrey Ashbrook, Betty Angelo and Ioanne
Berkebile found it difficult to say their lines and look cheerful at the same time. They often
appeared on stage with the facial expression that usually accompanies a burp. Charlotte
Knupp as the stern head nurse was always good for a laugh when she appeared at prac-
tice in her crisp white nurse's uniform, pink anklets, and saddle shoes. These are but a few
of the many humorous sidelines and incidents that relieved the tension involved in re-
On Friday night, November 30, 1951, the big moment arrived. Miss Sank and her able
assistants, Evelyn Donahue and Ellen Newcomer had done their part. It was now up to the
cast. Each act moved with precision and professional skill. The audience responded with
gales of laughter and a wonderful ovation and curtain call. The Senior Class Play of 1952
was over. But for some it will live on as one of the pleasant memories "of the year when we
PRESS AND COMMERCIAL
Miss Kalp and the orig-
inal Boys' Chorus in a
moment of close har-
Mr. Marshall directing
the senior carpenters in
the process of building
stage sets ....
Miss Messina's All-Amen
ican girls in CI magazine
cover pose ....
Mr. Weaver's driver ed-
ucation class in ses-
Our friends, the cooks,
ready to serve another
delicious lunch ....
The furnace room, a fav-
orite congregating place
at lunch time for the
male teachers ....
THIRD: B. Manges, I. Berkebile, N. Newcomer, I. Mrogik, M. Morris, I. Shatter, E. Miller, B. Spangler,
B. Fish, I. Stutzman, V. Bentz.
SECOND: Miss Kalp, M. Shaffer, M. Spangler, I. Womer, D. Meyers, I. Benko, M. Gindlesperger,
L. Shaffer, R. Strasiser, M. Shaffer, I. Miller, D. Berkebile.
FIRST: P. Kolesko, M. Stutzman, I. Murphy, P. Croyle, M. Sabo, M. Storey, A. Tasson, I. Zimmerman,
F. Miller, I. Leazier, K. Bruening.
Music hath charms and Forbes High School has the Mixed Chorus and
Boys' Chorus that can prove it. Under the direction of Miss Ruth Kalp, these
groups of fine voices have made this a year to sing about. The Girls' Chorus
tabovel has been combined with the Mixed Chorus tbelowl. A top-notch
Boys' Chorus composed ot the boys in the Mixed Chorus ranks as the year's
number one musical achievement. Their eight-part singing is good. Their
a Cappella singing is outstanding.
THIRD: I. Walker, I. Stotler, D. Bruening, I... Fyock, W. Shaffer, L. Barnhart, L. Barnhart, T. Zimmerman
SECOND: Miss Kalp, I. Wirbick, B. Fish, I, Miller, B. Fulton, N. Newcomer, E. Tasson, C. Lohr, I. Stutz
man, V. Bentz.
FIRST: P. Darr, I. Lenhart, P. Croyle, A. Tasson, D. Meyers, P. Krevetski, B. Birch, L. Shaffer
Miller, E. Newcomer, C. Lohr, E. Miller, L. McVicker, D. Lake, B. Fulton, I. Shaffer
Plovish, E. Tasson, E. Donahue.
F. Krevetski, I. Wirbick, D. Clark.
Rice, E. Toth, T. Hahn, B, Sniecienski, I. Sniecienski, A. Ianidlo, I. Shaulis, E. Corbett
FIRST: S. Clark, I. Checchi, A. Ashbrook, D. Ott, M. Phillippi, M. Rexroth, B. Birch, I. Lenhart
P. Darr, S. Rodger.
Among the activities that highlight the Chorus Year have been the
following programs: Armistice Day, the WVSC radio program, the beautiful
Christmas performance entitled "A Vision ol Christmas," the request program
for the Somerset County School Directors Convention, the Operetta, the Coun-
ty Music Festival and the selection ot Allan Dinning and Albert Womer to
the District Chorus. Forbes High School has every right to be proud of Miss
Kalp and the group of tine voices that make up our chorus.
A. Dinning, R. Iock, R. Dill, L. Laughlin, C. Hecki, Ir., A. Worner, R. Rice, I. Spangler, C. Birch.
Z. Miller, E. Newcomer, I. Berkebile, I. Shatter, L. McVicker, D. Lake, M. Morris, R. Strasiser,
I. Womer, A. Ianidlo, M. Gindlesperger, M. Sabo, S. Clark, M. Rexroth, M. Storey,
I. Murphy, S. Rodger.
FOURTH: I. Wirbick, B. Bentz, C. Bruening, R. Bowers, B, Tokcrr, C. Hecki, Ir., L. Laughlin.
f. Werner, P. Dcrrr, P. Croyle, E. Reed, M. Scrbo S. I. Gincllesperger, B. Paul,
Spangler, D. Ott, E. Corbett, M. L. Zupcrncic, C. Shepley, T. Gardner, S. Grebeck, C. Miller
D. Shaffer, M. Valentine.
Beniz, B. Shczfier, A, Tcxsson, R. Strcrsiser, B. Rice.
SECOND: P. Kolesko, P. Kreveiski, B. Fish, I. Wirbick, D. Meyers.
FIRST: Z. Miller, I. Murphy, I. Berkebile, S. Clark.
ABSENT: C. Lohr.
THIRD: V. Bentz, A. Womer, B. Bruening, H. Sturtz, E. Newcomer, D. Blanset, I. Womer.
FOURTH: M. Friedline, C. Gohn, R. Meholic, G. Laughlin, D. M. Berkebile, D. I. Berkebile.
SECOND: P. Womer, H. Dom, B. Berkey, C. Mostoller, P Yoder, L. Zupancic, I. Tokar, I. Armagost,
M. Stutzman, M. Spangler.
FIRST: S. A. Gindlesperger, D. Clark, I. Fetzer, M. Rexroth, I. Peterman, N. Powell.
One of the hardest Working organizations ot our school is the high school band. It
has done a very commendable job. Despite disadvantages and handicaps our marching band
has improved rapidly. Robert Tilley, the instrumental music director, entered the U. S. Armed
Service in November. Ellis Werner, a junior high school instructor, took over temporary lead-
ership. In Ianuary, Robert Pohl became instrumental music director.
The band, including majorettes and color guard, is composed of fifty-seven members
of the senior and junior high schools and the grade school. It meets regularly every Tuesday
and Thursday morning tor practice sessions.
Band activities for the year have included performances at the Forbes football games,
the Armistice Day program and a special performance at the Hooversville Community Cen-
ter Fair. Forbes was Well represented at the County Band Festival by the following stu-
dents: Doris Blanset, Patricia Croyle, Phyllis Darr, Marjorie Friedline, Carol Miller, Mary
Sabo, Iohn Tokar and Albert Womer.
Under the skilled and patient direction of Mr. Pohl, and With continued hard work and
determination on the part of the band members, the future appears very promising forthe
Forbes High School Band.
The perfect combination of beauty, enthusiasm and ability displayed by the Varsity
Cheerleaders rates this squad as one of the best in the county. Their demonstration of school
spirit at football and basketball games has roused the Forbes fans and sparked the Forbes
athletic teams. Those who have seen the Iunior Varsity Cheerleaders in action know that
this group will be equal to the task when they become members ot the varsity squad. Miss
Messina is cheerleader advisor.
SECOND: Assistant Coach Drenner, F. Kostro, R. Walker, L. Ierin, F. Mayak, W. Shaffer, D. Bruening,
R. Wain, R. Rice, T. Rice, I. Mort, Coach Pleifer.
FIRST: B. Fulton, K. Miller, D. Croyle, F. Champanella, R. lock, R. Watkins, I. Suder, L. Barnhart,
R. Hostetler, S. Bender, L. Fyock, B. Carr.
This wasn't the best year for the Forbes football team. Nor for Notre Dame or West
Point, for that matter. However, a look at the record shows that in the two brief seasons
Forbes has played in the pigskin circuit it has outscored its opponents 228 points to 204
points with a seven Win record against six defeats. Two of those defeats were by extra points
and one was by a single touchdown. This record is a tribute to Coach Pfeffer and his re-
markable team. What they lacked in experience they more than made up in courage and
determination. Forbes may well be proud of these boys and the fine sportsmanship they
displayed at all times on the playing field.
INDIVIDUAL RECORD SEASON'S RESULTS
Touchdowns Extra Pts. Pts. Conemqugh Twp. "B" F01-beg
Suder 7 5+ 48 Berlin Forbes
Watkins 4 2 26 Meyersdale Forbes
Fyeek 1 1 7 Iohnstown "B" Forbes
Bruening 1 U 5 Barnesboro Forbes
Croyle 1 0 6 Conemaugh "B" Forbes
Ie,-in 1 U 5 New Florence Forbes
Brewer 0 2 2 Confluence Forbes
Barnhart 0 I l
L. T - Total
Total I5 I2 102
" Includes Safety
SECOND: R. Wain, L. Barnhart, R. Watkins, I. Suder, L. Ierin.
FIRST: D. Bruening, W. Shaffer, F. Champanella, R. Hostetler, R. Iock, K. Miller, D. Croyle, L. Fyock.
GRIDIRON PERSON ALITIES
IOHN SUDER-Left Halt. Team captain and top scorer. Triple threat and sparkplug of the lets.
His athletic ability received recognition in sports columns.
ROBERT WATKINS-Full Back. Hard charging ground gainer. He Was especially dependable
when a precious yard or two was needed.
LARRY FYOCK-Left End. A good ball carrier. Hardest Worker at practice sessions. He was a
hard tackler and a top offensive man.
RICIIARD IOCK-Center. Dick took his work seriously. Boosted team spirit. He backed up the
line on defense. A reliable center and the kind of a boy a coach likes to work with.
ROBERT HOSTETLER-Right Guard. Played for keeps. Curly was easy-going until jolted. He
Was a tough and rugged sixty minute man.
FRANK CHAMPANELLA-Right Tackle. Liked football but not calisthenics. He was fulltime of-
fensive player. His job was to open holes for the ball carrier.
WARREN SHAFFER-Right End. Best pass receiver. Good defensive man as a tackler. An alert
team man, he made great strides in a year.
DAVID BRUENING-End. A good man on either end position. A conscientious worker at practice
and in games. Handicapped somewhat by knee injury.
LARRY BARNHART-Right Half. Hard plunging back. Made steady improvements. Counted
on as a blocker. He concentrated on bettering himself.
KERRY MILLER-Left Guard. Regular at practice. Eager to play. Has potentialities. He played
guard on offensive and line backer on defense.
RICHARD WAIN-Quarterback. Small but definitely good. Top-notch blocker and ball handler.
A promising future.
LEONARD IERIN-Quarterback. Another small package but big in courage. A good ball handler.
Left to Right-L. Ie-rin, D. L, Barnhart, L. Barnhart, T. Zimmerman, R. lock, S. Matse, W. Shatter,
L. Fyock, C. Birch, Coach Pfetfer.
24 Grantsville 42 Forbes
48 Meyersdale 39 Forbes
45 Salisbury 46 Forbes
61 Berlin 45 Forbes
50 Shade 65 Forbes
54 Rockwood 47 Forbes
49 Gallitzin 77 Forbes
65 Iohn Carver 51 Forbes
56 Bolivar 37 Forbes
48 Hyndman 34 Forbes
28 Total-Opponents Points
26 Total-Forbes Points l2ll
LYNN BARNHART-Senior. Sharp shooting captain of the Iets . . . a four year man
. . . one of the county's leading scorers . . . set shot artist . . .a natural. WARREN SHAFFER-
Senior. One of the best all around players . . . a two year man . . . made biggest improve-
ment . . . top defensive man . . . excellent retriever of rebounds . . . aggressive. TOM ZIM-
MERMAN-Iunior. A three year man . . , good on rebounds off both boards . . . one of the
hardest-playing . . . made great strides . . . good shot. LARRY BARNHART-Iunior. A two year
man . . . floor man of the team . . . spoils opponent's fast break attempts . . . good on re-
bounds . . . team player. LEONARD IERIN-Iunior. Fast . . . comes through at the right times
. . . developing basketball know-how rapidly . . . good ball handler. CLIFFORD BIRCH-
Senior. Very aggressive . . . fastest on the team . . . a good shot . . . reliable when going
is tough. RICHARD IOCK-Senior. Fits in most positions . . . one of the hardest Workers . . .
capable ball handler . . . likewise on rebounds. LARRY FYOCK-Senior. A team player . . .
Works as guard or forward . . . two years of IV experience. STEVE MATSE-Sophomore. A
floor man . . . used in different positions . . . spirited . . . shows potentialities.
STANDING: R. Wain, I. Hostetler, S. Bender, B. McGregor, I. Armagost, E. Matse, Coach Drenner,
KNEELING: D, Shaver, F. Kostro, A. Custer, G. Dinning, R. Rininger, R. Foust, Manager.
ABSENT: I. Williams, D. Eschrich.
1952 BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS
Although this article must go to press almost a month before our hardwood heroes
complete the season, some interesting facts are available for comparison purposes. Last
season the Iets scored a total ot 1,048 point lj their opponents scored 813 points. The Iets
played 22 games during that season. The Iels have played ll games thus tar this season
with a total point record of 557 as compared with the opponent total ot 485. Top scorer
last season was Iohn Suder with a total ol 335 points. Lynn Barnhart is this year's ace
with a total of 221 points at the mid-season mark. Iohn's one-game high score was 24 points
at Rockwood the night Forbes clinched the "Class B" title. At the moment, Lynn's top score
to date is 26 points. Highest game score last season was 60 points. This record has already
been broken three times by this year's squad. Last year's team had a ten game win streak
and a season record of 16 wins and 5 losses. This includes the hair-raising 47-48 overtime
loss to Cresson in the District battle. Other highlights at the mid-season point of this year
are: the sizzling 40 point half-time Score the Iets piled up against Shade, the defeat of
Rockwood on its own floor tor the second year in a row, and the amazing team work and
ball handling displayed by the fighting lets. No doubt, it this article were written at the
end ot the season there would be many other highlights to record. Last year's team gave
Forbes a Wonderful state-wide reputqtign and the 1952 team, under the skillful coaching
of Chet Pfefter, is determined to hold on l31hCIlhC1I'd'eCI1'1'19d glory.
SECOND: F. Champanella, I. Suder, R. Iock, R. Watkins.
FIRST: L. Fyock, W. Shaffer, R. Hostetler, L. Barnhart, C. Birch.
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Somerset Milling Co.
Somerset Paint 8 Supply Co.
Somerset Pine Grille
Somerset Shirt 8 Pajama Co.
Somerset Trust Co.
Somerset Lincoln E3 Mercury
Somerset Thrift Corporation
Spangler's Gift Shop
Specht Motor Co.
Straub, Dr. Theo.
Somerset Sport Shop
Uniontown Motor Club
Urban Beauty Shoppe
Walker Buick Co.
Walker H. W. Co.
Walker, Roy S.
Walters Tire Service
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Wilson, Iohn A.
Woodrow, I. F.
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