Morgantown High School - Mohigan Yearbook (Morgantown, WV)
- Class of 1940
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HE MOI-IIGAN staff, Robert E. Muffly,
editor, George Batlas, business manager,
present through a senior's Sketchbook four
years of high school life. The sketches reveal
years of work and play as freshmen benight,
sophomores bright, juniors right, and seniors
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ORGANTOWN High School is proud to have
the largest and best high school auditorium
in the state.
The newest addition to our school plant was
completed in the middle of the winter and since
then we have been having weekly assemblies.
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FTER lVlrs. Walls has checked our excuses, we
are off to classes similar to those sketched here
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the Nlohigan - amicl a chorus of cheery greetings,
banging lockers, and the rush of feet.
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N THE Sketchbook of our
high school Clays, one ot
the memories we will cherish
most is that of our teachers,
We think of them noteonly as
advisers, but also as friends.
Through their wise direction
we have completed four years
of high school. We urge our
under-classmen to take aclvan'
tage of the profitable associ-
ations they can make with
these men ancl women clevotecl
to the service of youth.
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ROBERT CLARK FLOYD COX L. F. MORRISON R. SMITH TIBBS
Superintendent Assistant Assistant President
of Schools Superintendent Superintendent of Board of
of Schools of Schoo's Education
CHARLES HARE L. R. HILDRETH REBECCA CORE D. O. MORRIS
Board Member Board Member CONAWAY Board Member
The Board of Education
Several years ago the board of education had charge of the Morgantown
city schools only. At the present the board of education is in charge of all
the schools of the county exactly in the same capacity and with the same re-
lationship and authority towards all schools in the county that the city board
used to have with the city schools.
The board of education has just completed a million dollar building pro-
gram for the county. Our new auditorium is a part of this building program.
We certainly are proud of this new auditorium. It means so much in the life
of Morgantown High School. We thank our board for this and the other fine
services they are rendering to the young people of Monongalia County.
As a part of the new administrative
setup, Mr. Scott Davis came to Morgan-
town High in the fall of l939 to take
the position of assistant principal. He
has taken over some of the duties that
before fell so heavily on the Principal
and Mrs. Walls.
Mr. Davis holds an A. B. from Fair-
mont State Teachers College, and an A.
Nl. from W. V. U. Previous to this year
he was principal at Wadestown High
School, Wadestown, W. Va.
In serving his first year at Morgan-
town High School, Mr. Riddle has proved
to be a successful administrator in work-
ing with both teachers and students. Last
year he was assistant superintendent of
County Schools in charge of Secondary
Schools. He has an A. B. and an A. Nl.
from W. V. U. and he also attended
Columbia University at New York.
ALBRIGHT, ERBIE-B. S. H. E., W. V. U.: A. Nl., Teachers College, Columbia Uni-
versity: Chicago University: Home Economics: Home Economics Club.
BISHOP, JUANITA - A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: West Kentucky State
Teachers College: Typing.
BRODERICK, TERESA--A. B., W. V. U.: journalism, English: Red and Blue Journal,
Quill and Scroll, Nlohigan.
BROWN, JAMES-A. B., W. V. U.: American History: Hi-Y Club.
BYRD, E.LlZABE.TH W.-A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., Northwestern University: Latin,
English: Student Council Co-Sponsor.
CLYDE, ARTHUR H. - A. B., Geneva College: A. Nl., University of Nlichigan: W. V. U.,
University of lllinois: History, Athletics: Athletics Coach, Varsity 'Nl'.
CONANT, CARRIE- Ph. B., University of Nlichigan: W. V. U.: Latin.
CQNWAY, RUTH JOHNSTON-A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: English: Nlimics
CORNWELL, LORAIN S. -A. B., Fairmont State Teachers College: A. Nl., W. V. U.:
Work on Ph. D., W. V. U.: Problems of Democracy, American History.
DAILEY, EARL L.-A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: Shepherd State Teachers
Col ege: Nlathematics: junior Class.
DOUTHAT, NlARY E.. -Bachelor of Nlusic, W. V. U.: Vocal Nlusic: Girls Chorus, A
GODFREY, A. H.--A. B., Emory and Henry College: A. Nl., W. V. U.: American
History: Civics Club.
HOERTH, IVIORT E..--A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: A. C, A. North-
western University: Western State Teachers College: Bookkeeping: Treasurer, Na-
tional Honor Society.
jAMlSON, GEORGIA GARNET- A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.:
Graduate Work, Columbia University, University of Nlichigan, New York University:
Speech and English: Contests, Special Work.
JENKINS, LULA Nl. - A. B., Fairmont State Teachers College: A. Nl., W, V. U.:
JONES, EDNA - A. B., Barnard College: A. Nl., Columbia Graduate School of Political
Science: Teacher's Diploma, Teachers College Columbia University: W. V. U.:
Problems of Democracy.
KUYKENDALL, RETTA Nl.-A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: A. C. A.,
University of Kentucky: University of Southern California: Shorthand, Penmanship,
Spelling: A. O. O. Club.
LAWRENCE, ELlZABE.TH--A. B., W. V. U.: B. S. L. S., Columbia University: Uni-
versity of Illinois: Library: Library Club, Book Store.
LENILEY, KATHERINE D.-A. B., W. V. U.: University of Southern California:
Typing, Salesmanship, junior Business Training: Social Chairman.
MANEAR, RUTH 1 A. B., W. V. U.: Columbia University and George Peabody College:
Social Studies: Student Council.
MARPLE, FREDA- A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: Glenville State Teachers Col-
lege: English: Senior Class Adviser.
NlcCLURE, IRIS Nl. -A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: Nlathematics: Senior Class
Ad A .
vlser NlcNllLLEN, HERBERT-A. B., W. V. U.: A. Nl., W. V. U.: West
Liberty Normal School: Chemistry: National Honor Society.
NlETZ, JUNE- B. S. in Physical Education, W. V. U.: Physical Edu-
W kv cation: Sponsor G. A. A.
NALE, ORPHA L.-A. B., W. V. U.: A. lVl., W. V. U.: English'
Senior Play Coach, Nlimics Club.
XY MORRISON, WILBUR C.- B. S. in Industrial Education, W. V. Us
HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
L. S. CornweII
M. E. Douthat
O. D. White
NARDI, FRANCIS L.-B. S., Bradley Polytechnic lnstitute: Fairmont State Teachers
College: Auto Mechanics, lndustrial Arts: Co-Sponsor S. O. S. Club, Triple Seven
NOLAND, VELDA-A. B., Fairmont State Teachers College: A. M, New York Uni-
versity: W. V. U.: English: Chairman, General Assembly Committee.
PAINTER, CAMll..LA-B. S. in Education, W. V. U.: English, Bible History: Girl
PATTERSON, MABEL F.-A. B., W. V. U.: Columbia University: Home Economics:
We Limited Club Sponsor.
PECK, ELIZABETH TAPP-A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: English: Pep Society
PHILLIPS, SARAH- B. S. H. E., W. V. U.: Home Economics: Sophomore Class Sponsor.
PRITZEL, HAZEL-A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: B. C. S., junior Col-
lege: Typing, Secretarial Practice: Programs.
RANDALL., ESTELLE-A. B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: W. V. U.: Co-
lumbia University: Shorthand: Red and Blue Journal, Business Adviser.
RICHARDS, MARGARET D. -A. B., W. V. U.: M. S., W. V. U.: Biology.
ROBERTS, JACK-B. S., W. V. U.: Physical Education: Boys Intramural Activities,
SHELDON, CLARA F. -A. B., University of Nebraska: A. M., W. V. U.: Biology.
SHRIVER, MAY-A. B., W. V. U.: Bookkeeping: School Treasurer.
SMITH, GEORGINA-A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Teachers College Columbia
University: Mathematics: Mohigan.
STONESTREET, BLANCHE.,-A. B., West Virginia Wesleyan: A. M., West Virginia
Wesleyan: Teachers College Columbia University: University of Chicago: W. V. U.:
Mathematics: Astronomy Club.
STUMP, H. CHARLES - B. S. in Music Education, Pennsylvania State College: W. V. U.,
Pennsylvania Summer Session for Supervisors of Music: lnstrumental Music: Band,
SUMMERS, ROBERT- B. S. in Industrial Education, W. V. U.: Woodworking, Mechan-
ical Drawing: Us and Co. Sponsor.
TAYLOR, MABEL RUTH--A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Eng'ish: Masquers.
VANCE, JOSEPH C. -A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Commercial Law, English.
WADE, REBECCA-A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Graduate Work, Middlebury
College French School in Vermont: French, Key Club, Social Committee.
WAGGONER, CORNELIA -Graduate of Pratt lnstitute: W. V. U., Penn State: Private
teachers: Art, Pottery: Art Club Sponsor, Director of County Art Program.
WARlNG, CLAUDE L. - A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Physics, Biology:
WHITE, DOROTHY STONE.-A. B., W. V. U.: A. M., W. V. U.: Marietta College:
Carnegie lnstitute of Technology: Drama, English: Sponsor o
National Thespians, Stage Crew.
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WHITE, O. D. - B. S., W. V. U.: M. S., W. V. U.: Vocational Agri-
culture: Future Farmers of America. V
WHITMAN, MARY ATKINS-A. B., Athens College: Peabody Col- X- A.
lege, W. V. U.: Mathematics: Mohxan Business Adviser. f fx A W
YATES, HAROLD W.-A. B., Carnegie lnstitute of Technology: ,N 5' , fe
Art, Art Metal: Demos Club Sponsor: Mohigan. i ,X
ZENI, MINNIE CAPPELLANTI-A. B., W. V. U.: Columbia Uni- I
versity: Social Studies, Italian: S. O. S. Club Sponsor. . Nyc? ji
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HOME ROOM 220 - MR. YATES
First Row--B. McCloskey, D. DeVincent, M,
Whistler, E. jones, G. Bellotti.
Row-H. Yates, M. Calandrelli, P.
Nolors, B. Amos, R. Davis
Third Row-G. Sherren, l... DeWitt, A. Suf-
ritz, M. Hart, M. Pichini.
Top Row- B. Fuller, F. Sweitzer, M. Smith, H.
Taylor, B. Prentice.
HOME ROOM 123 - MISS WADE
First Row- M. Hamilton, E. Mancin, M. Jake-
way, D. Briscoe.
Second Row-R. Wade, E. Peltz, W. Hiser, M.
A. Goodwin, R. Jamison.
Top Row-S. Jones, Guntner, B. Dalton, l.
Fox, L. Clarke,
HOME ROOM 204 - MR. CORNWELL
First Row - M. Christopher, E. Phillips,
Thorn, B. Shay, l. Herrington, M. Libera-
Second Row-T. Baxevandes, B. Blosser,
D. Powell, B. Culbertson, C. Cole.
Third Row-D. Molicy, H. Hilling, Savage,
Fourth Row -- E. Berkshire, G. Shaffer,
HOME ROOM 210 --MISS JONES
First Row - Miss jones, S. Hastings, D. Beag.
W. Ellison, A. Skidmore, T. Brown,
Peterson, V. Trowbridge.
H. Kramer, D. Wilson, Fickey, V. Cap
pellanti, O. Veechio.
Third Row - H. Miller, F. Cathreno, S. Hile
man, V. Prozzie, W. Ornick, B. Flynn, D
Top Row-W. Frum, D. Friant, P. Hixen
haugh, H. McNemar, P. Mennit, R. Warman
Second Row-C. Powell, B. Moore, M. Pyecha.
The Sophomore Class was organized last
fall with Mrs. Sarah Phillips as the sponsor and
have already contributed much to the activities
of the school.
We could not omit them from our sketch-
hook and we expect many more sketches from
them before their book is closed.
The officers of the class are: Jeanne Dickin-
son, secretary: Barbara Price, treasurer: Don-
ald Knotts. president: Mary Angotti, historian,
Victoria Peppetti, vice-president.
HOME ROOM I06 1 MISS WHITE
First Row 1 R. Forsyth, Eldred, Ci. Inks, R.
Skinner, D. S. White, P. Ciallaher, R. Hen-
derson, B. L. C-row, R. Jacobson.
Second Row 1 C. Gibbs, R. Brown, V. Livesay,
M. Blaney, M. Dodd, W. Dalton, E. Ogden,
Third Row 1 A. Leach, M. Berry, L. Klein, F.
Madeira, Ci. Newlon, K. Chidester, A.
Top Row 1 E, Wildman, M. E. Duncan, E.
Morris, P. Stump.
HOME. ROOM 109 1 MR. NARDI
First Row 1 Mr. Nardi, V. Twigg, Cr. De-
Vaughn, M. Sterling, R. Shepherd, F. Hall,
Second RoW1C. Pichini, B. Fletcher, Boggess,
C. Shisler, B. Duranti, M. Noone.
Third Row 1 P. Angotti, V. Pompili, R. Goff,
B. Gachler, R. Cox.
Fourth Row 1 K. Kelley, R. West, K. Painter,
A. Chipps, B. Graham, H. Fraley, Cu. Roloin-
HOME ROOM 304 1 MISS SMITH
First Row1P. Billingsley, V. D. Fear, B. Barn-
ard, G. Smith, F. Stein, D. Stockdale, M.
Faulkner, Cn. McQufstion.
Seqond ROW-1B. L. Rose, W. Posten, D.
Hiner, S. Williams, A. Davidson, D. Wil-
liams, N. Wooster.
Third Row 1 C. Case, R. Pratt, Dickinson,
D. R. Harner, O. Layman, T. R, Johns,
D. Wilson, M. Riggs.
Fourth Row 1 E.. A. McMillen, Davis, A.
Valentine, E. Minor, W.'Mitchell, N.
Yost, W. Brannan, B. L. Morris.
Top Row 1 W. Cowell, W. Price, R, Taylor,
D. Wotring, D. Lazzelle, C-. Allen.
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HOME ROOM 108 - MISS TAYLOR
First Row - K. jones, M. Tennant, W. Chris-
topher, C. Martinez, Diprospero, M,
Lemley, N. Burke, L. Shaffer, R. Smith.
Second Row 1 N. Saffel, Miller, Feck, D.
L. Reese, C. Ciriflith, B. Haddock, M. Brown.
Third Row 1 G. Smith, L. Murphy, C. Henry,
H. Richardson, G. Mills, Deeley, L. Foster,
Fourth Row 1 B, Bishoff, R. Spangler, Kelly,
C. Furfari, W. Coombs, H .Graham, C.
Rodeheaver, W. Dalton, R. Lenhart, D.
HOME ROOM 302 - MRS. SHELDON
First Row - Reed, M. Jones, A. McDowell,
B. Daugherty, C. Fisher, B. Barker,
Moore, A. Feather.
Second Row - F. Chenoweth, B. Keener, T.
Vveirner, P. Courtney, R. Bokey, R. Smith,
W. Jones, E. Spiker.
Third Row -- L. Lynch, B. DeVall, Swisher,
M. Wallace, M. Chipps, M. L. Pompili, H.
Reppy, S. Harless.
To Row -- A. Aitken, M. Torch, M. Smith,
B. Stalnaker, Hunter, H. Smith, M.
Adams, A. Sanders, T. St. Clair.
HOME ROOM 313 - MISS MQCLURE.
First Row 1 Miss McClure, B. Chipps, D.
Garletts, B. S. Bailey, W. Coulson, B. S.
Titus, R. Guthrie, F. Peterson, R. Cokeley.
Second Row - M. Bell, H. Yoke, R. Layman, E.
Nichelson, R. Forbes, D. Shriver, C. Brock,
T. Campbell, G. Shean.
Third Row - Brand. F. Balint, V. Kerns R.
O'Neil, K. Wright, N. Stone, D. Wil.iams,
Top Row -- M. Huffman, K. Headlee, B. Phil-
lips, M. Lee, Barnes, M. Shahan, T.
Williams, M. Angotti.
HOME ROOM I I6 - MRS. PECK
First Row - H. Quidas, Stump, M. Jones, C.
Schenck, Collins, R. DeBiase, F. L. St.
Clair, B. Gatian.
Second Row - B. lvill, R. Bernardo, C. Ful-
ciniti, L. Davis, N. Wright, W. Wiles, E.
Cook, R. Goodwin.
Third Row - F. Quinn Luci, B. L. Martin,
P. Hunt, M. L. McHugh, E.. Thomas, M-
Taylor, S. Madia.
Fourth Row -' D. Harsany, l. Luci, M. Straw
ser, T. Fratto, V. Andy, L, Vassilg, E.
Stevens, R. Davis, P. Davies, P. Colebank
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HOME ROOM 30I 1 MISS RICHARDS
First Row 1 W. Ruggles, G. Garner, H. Mul
doon, R. Fogle, R. Newlon, M. Ward, A.
Piper, V. Garner.
Second Row 1 A. Musick, B. Graham, Scire
R. Swords, M. Smith, R. Schiffbauer, C
Neely, Y. DeCarlo.
Third Row 1 E.. Davis, M. Nuce, P. lllnecke,
S. Steflcovich, V. Neville, R. Sterner, E. Mil-
Fourth Row 1 K. Papandreas, B. Gettings,
D. Baer, A .Lemine, B. KOPP, H. Wilson
HOME ROOM 224 - MISS PRITZEL
First Row 1 Miss Pritzel, H. Ringer, D. Harker,
B. E. Wolfe, M. Hoskins, l. Reed, G.
Second Row 1 P. Bolyard, T. DeAngelis, N.
Morony, W. Hackney, M. Summers, l...
Fortney, V. Phillips.
Third Row 1 W. Coombs, V. Pratt, Barbour,
L. Allum, G. Katchur, R. Davis.
Fourth Row 1 V. Barbour, M. Hess, E. Green,
E. Shriver, E.. Royce.
Top Row 1 O. Stump, N. Nolan, R. Jenkins,
R. Hunnell, A. Guariglia.
HOME ROOM Z0l1MISS METZ
First Row 1 Medrick, R. Hill, Miss Metz, G.
Medrick, N. Annonio.
Second Row1F. Messoria, B. Steinbaugh, D.
Hall, E.. Holmes, Paul.
Third ROW1 H. Flynn, H. Sigwart, E. Reckert,
E.. Nuce, O, Harner.
Fourth Row1 M. Dixon, M. Sansone, H. Nuce,
HOME ROOM 31 I 1 MR, WARING
First RoW1D. Johnson, H. Mitchell, D. Liller
l... Dalton, Forbes, D. Grimes.
Second Row 1 Sansone, B. Price, K. Hart
ley, E. Corulli, Belderes, M. Karnes.
Third Row 1 Stealey, H. Peters, W. Dye
O. Gatain, Shaffer.
Fourth Row 1 D. Garletts, Pyle, Mr. Waring
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HOME ROOM Z02 1 MISS KUYKENDALL
First Row 1 W. Bowers, F. Weese, C. Hage-
dorn, F. Weese, R. Jacobs, E. Fisher, K.
Craig, R. Murphy, P, Duncoe.
Second Row 1 V. Peppetti, L. Andrews, E..
Utt, Roxanis, B. Castagneri, R. Grimes,
R. Shaffer, Kalo, L. Smith.
Third Row 1 V. DeBerry, M. Petrich, R. Har-
ner, B, Lightner, Behune, R. Bastson, A.
Top Row 1 P. DeWitt, A. Oliverio, L. Nuce,
R. Cupp, M. Evans, P. Davis, F. Kwiatko-
HOME ROOM 306 1 MR. DAILEY
First Row 1 M. Hanna, G. Wakefield, M.
Quinn, Sanlcbeil, R. Croston, R. Kuhn, L.
Evans, E. Richards.
Second Row 1 D. Kelly, E. Bigam, M. Phillips,
H. Douglas, T. jenkins, M. Berolatti, F.
Third Row 1 A. Timpano, M. Whisler, A.
Moran, M. Johnson, E. Albertazzi, B. Work-
Top Row 1 Mr. Dailey, V. Flumm, Pinion,
P. Lawson, H. Walker.
HOME ROOM 310 1 MISS STONESTREET
First Row 1 P. Cuariglia, A. Fisher, Buda,
M. Koontz, R. Calvert, M. Biafora, B. West-
Second Row 1 Miss Stonestreet, W. Kapaldo,
l. V. Brand, N. Spina, B. Sherman, R. De-
Vincent, L. DeWitt, B. Fawley, A. Guido.
Third Row 1 T. Coombs, Batlas, P. Davies,
B. Buseman, M. Vandervort, Gregg, G.
Pixler, H. Roberts.
Fourth Row 1 P. DeBastiani, Barthlow, C.
Cooper, K. Hardin, G. Barnes, H. Cappel-
lanti, A. Kamp.
Top Row 1 O. Radcliff, L. DeLynn, Wilson,
HOME ROOM 307 1 MR. MCMILLEN
man, T. Zinn.
l son, F. Trevillian, G. Lucas, R. Bike, B
' Third Row 1 H. Edmond, H. Powell, E. Wells
V B. Martin, D. Summers, D. Hall, H. Davis
' Top Row 1 B. Karnes, R. Daclisrnan, Mr. Mc
l Millen, D. Wolfe, Tonon, Pifer.
Q cgi. gays . . . of iacfcffa afioafi and 491. Efuaa . . . ana! ovar-
First Row 1 VV. Wilhelm, West, D. Denham,
B. Templeton, l. Linger, R. Moore, L. Pit-
Second Row 1 A. Titus, F. Tay'or, Hender-
the Tayim ' Rhylhmanres
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Our sketch book would not be complete Without the Junior Class.
Their activities, so Well carried out this year, reveal the promise of more
success as Seniors.
The officers of the class are: President, Jack Brannong Vice-President,
Paul Hoskinsg Secretary, Betty Lou Koehler: Treasurer, Sam Jacobsong His-
torian, Robert Armstrongg Sponsor, Mr. Earl L. Dailey.
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First Row- Ammons, Douglasg Baldwin, Robert: Batlas, john, Bell, johng Benson, Doris.
Second Row-Beveridge, Nlalmarieg Bierer, Betty: Bishoff, Helen: Brown, laneg Buck-
Third Row- Bucklew, Susan: Campbell, Helen, Caravasos, Christine: Carpenter, Maxine.
Fourth Row-Carrico, jean, Carter, Johng Cather, Elaineg Collett, Dorothy: Cornell,
Fifth Row-Coulson, .launitag Cox, Charles, Craze, Betty Jane: Davies, Frances, Davis,
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First Row 1 Davis, Dorothyg DelVloss, james, DeWitt, Gene, Ervin, Ralph: Ferrell,
Seconcl RoW- Forbes, Carl, Frost, James, Garner, Charles, Glass, Mary, Glenn, Herbert.
Thircl Row-Coclfrey, Virginia: Grayson, Lucy, Grimes, .Iuanitag Grubb, Bettie.
Fourth Row-Guthrie, Dorothag Haas, Leoneneg Haddock, Jeang Hall, Donald, Ham-
mond, Emma Jo:
Fifth Row-Harner, Sarah Catherine: Harner, Wilma, Hill, Betty, Holmes, Doris, Hood,
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First Row-Hosey, Lucille: Jasper, Eileen: Jennings, Vesta: Knapp, John: Knotts, Donald.
Second Row-Lemmon, Russell: LeRoy, Virginia: Lewis, Ernestine: Malone, Lula:
Third Row - McCloskey, Agnes: McDowell, Madaline: MCC-innis, Mary Emily: MCC-innis,
Fourth Row-McQuistion, Elizabeth: Mehalic, Vernon: Muir, Phyllis: Parriott, Robert:
Fifth Row-Pickens, Lois: Pierre, Albert: Prettyman, Eleanor: Pugh, Jean: Richards,
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First Row-Riley, Loman: Robinson, Nlariang Roby, Carlton: Roby, Gertrude, Romine,
Seconcl Row-Shaffer, Richardg Shanabarger, Betty: Shively, Maxine: Simpson, Oleta:
Third Row-Spangler, Efeanorg Spiker, Alice Louise, Stansbury, Patty: St. Clair, Eugene.
Fourth Row- Tenney, Lillian: Tissue, Dona: Trevillian, Jeanne, Urdanoff, Jordan,
Fifth Row-White, Frankie, Wilson, Betty, Wilson, Marian: Wolfe, Charlesg Young,
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ple and IVIiss Iris Mc-
Clure, this Senior Class
has carved a niche for
itselfin the larger sketch-
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The class chose the
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Fower, Blue and Silver
as their colors, and "To
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cultiesn as their motto.
OFFICERS OF SENIOR CLASS
Hewitt, Kenneth-Class President I, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Football I, 2, Letterman
3, 43 Wrestling Letterman 2, 33 Us and Co. 2, 3, 43 Us and Co. Revue 2, 3, 43 Thes-
pians 2, 3, 43 Vice President 33 Varsity IVI 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43
IVIohigan 43 History Book Editor 3.
Hamilton, james--Class Vice President 43 Intramural Sports 43 "Ceiling Zero" 33
Mohigan 43 Us and Co. 3, 43 President 43 Thespians 3, 43 Vice President 43 Stage
Crew 43 Senior Follies 43 Junior Jollies Master of Ceremonies 3.
Morris, Dorothea--Pep Society 2. 3, 43 President 33 Key 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 "Fly
Away Home" 23 "Candle Light" 33 "Drums of Ouden 33 Honor Society 43 Mohigan
Literary Editor 43 Toastmistress of Junior Senior Banquet 33 'tYes Means No" 4.
IVIufI:Iy, Robert- Class Treasurer 2, 3, 43 Assistant Editor Mohigan 33 Editor 43 Us and
Co. 2, 3, 43 Vice President 33 Us and Co. Revue 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 President
43 Thespians 3, 43 President 43 Red and Blue Journal 33 "Ceiling Zero" 3.
Moore, Ronald -- Class Historian 43 Us and Co. 2, 3, 43 Track I, 2, Letterman 3, 43
Basketball Reserves 2, 33 Varsity IVI 3, 43 Us and Co. Revue 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I, 23
Band I, 23 Intramural Sports I. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Vice-President 4.
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Aitken, l.oru-A. O. O, 43 Basketball 2.
Allen, Priscilla-Honor Society 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43
Pep Society 43 Palette and Brush 2, 3, 4.
Andy, James- Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Student Council
3: A. 0. O. 4.
Ashton, Charles-National Thespians 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 A
Cappella 2, 3, 43 "Hollywood Extra" 33 I-li-Y Minstrel 3, 4:
Band I, 23 Orchestra 2, 33 "Master Pierre Patelinn 43 uYes
Means No" 4.
Baker, Doris -
Barill, Mary-Glee Club I, 23 Home Economics 23 Secretary
23 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Senor Follies 4.
Barill, Sam 1
Barker, Frances--Palette and Brush I, 23 Glee Club I3 G. A.
A. I, 2.
Barker, Jean-Glee Club I3 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves
2, 3, 43 President 2.
Barker, Raymond- I
Barnard, Natalie - Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Red and Blue Journal
3, 43 A Cappella 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Debating Club 33
Mimics I, 2, 43 Choral Club 4.
Barnard, Tom-l-Ii-Y 43 l-li-Y Minstrel 43 lntramural Sports
43 Football Reserves I, 3, 4.
Barnes, Helen-Glee Ciub I. 23 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3. 43
"Green Cheese" Operetta I3 "King Winters Court" I.
Batlas, George-Thespians 2, 3, 43 Treasure 43 Us and Co. 3,
43 Treasurer 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43
Treasurer 43 Student Council 3, 43 President 33 Triple 7
2, 33 Treasurer 33 Class V'ce-President 33 A Cappella 2, 3,
43 Red and Blue journal 2, 3, 43 Business Manager 33 Mo-
higan Assistant Manager 33 Business 4.
Baylor, Cyrus-All-State Orchestra 3.
Pieclc, Alice 1
Berolatti, Anna-Honor Society 43 A Cappelia 3, 43 Girls'
Chorus 43 ulrlollywood Extran 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Italian
Club 2, 3, 43 A. O. O. 3, 43 Typing Award 4.
Berolatti, Virginia - Glee Club 43 Girls' Chorus 43 We Limited
3, 43 Italian Club 3, 4.
Bigler, Bryce --
Birtcher, Vivian -Orchestra I, 2, 33 Girl Reserves I3 Home
Economics I, 23 We Limited 3, 4.
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Bonfili, Beatrice--Pep Society 4: Student Council l, 2: Red
and Biue journal 3, 4: M'mics 25 President 3: G. A. A. l,
2, 3, 4, Girls Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l.
Bonnette, Maudella 1
Brandenburg, Wilma --Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3,
43 All-State Orchestra 4.
Brand, Eugene -
Brown, Betty-Transferred from Masontown High School 33
Glee C ub 35 Girls' Chorus 4.
Brown, jack 1
Brown, Lois-Glee Club l, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 4.
Brown, Mary-A Cappella 43 Girls' Chorus 43 Home Eco-
nomics 45 Girl Reserves 4, "ln Old Louisiana" 4.
Brumbaugh, Betty Kay-G. A. A, lg Senior Follies l, 43
Junior Jollies 2, 33 Library Club 4g Pep Society 43 Quill
and Scroll 4: Red and Blue journal 3, 4: Co-Editor 45 Vice
President United High School Press 43 Photography Club 4.
Brunner, Dallas -
Buclclew, Elwood-F. F. A. Basketball Team 45 F. F. A. Club
3, 4g Football Reserves 3, 4.
Campbell, Hurley--Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Football
Reserves 3, 4.
Campbell, Martha-Pep Societv 43 Honor Society 4, Quill
and Scroll 3, 43 Reporter 4: Palette and Brush 25 Masquers
39 Red and Blue journal 3, 43 Co-Editor 45 Senior Follies
43 Student Council l, 2, 33 Orchestra l, 2, 3, Senior
Cappellanti, Lillian-Red and Blue journal 3, 43 Home Eco-
nomics 43 A Cappella 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 4, junior
Jollies 3, 4: We Limited 3, 4.
Caravasos, Constantine--H.-Y 3, President 4: Thespians 43
Phortography Club 3, 4, Red and Blue journal 2, 3, 4:
Mohigan 3, 43 A. Cappella 2, 3, 4, "Ceiling Zero" 35 Hi-Y
Minstrel 35 Business Manager 43 junior Jolliesg Business
Manager 3: Senior Follies 33 Business Manager 4.
Catlett, Marie-Girl Reserves 3, 4.
Cavallaro, Sam-Varsity M 43 Basketba'l 2, 3, Letterman 43
Student Council 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
Chipps, Mary Janet-Transferred from Weston High School
4: Girl Reserves 43 We Limited 4, Vice President 4.
Chittum, Helen-Pep Society 3, 45 Home Economics 2, 3, 43
Girls Intramural Sports l, 2: Senior Follies 35 Junior
,Iollies 3: G. A. A. l, 2.
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Chmura, Susie1 A. O. O. 35 Girls lntramural Sports 2, 3.
Chrisman, Mary Elaine1l-iome Economics 25 Vice-President
35 President 45 A Cappella l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45
We Limited 3, 45 "Hollywood Extra" 35 "ln Old Louisiana"
45 Senior Follies 35 All-State Chorus 3, 4.
Clark Darrell -
Clawges, Mary Catherine 1
Clawson, Dorotha1C. A. A. 45 A. O. O. 4.
Cocklin, -lames1Thespians 45 History of Morgantown High
School 35 "Master Pierre Patelinn 4.
Colavincenzo, MHYYQA. O. O. 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3,
45 Vice President 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
Collins, Robert1Football 2, 3, Letterman 45 Wrestling Re-
serves 2, 35 Track Reserves 3, 45 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3,
45 Varsity M 4.
Collins, Virginia 1
Comley, Don1Basketball Reserves 25 lntramural Sports l,
2, 35 Track Reserves 4.
Conaway, Ruth1Pep Society 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 Senior
Follies 35 Us and Co. Revue 35 "Yes Means No" 4.
Combs, Harold-Orchestra l, 2.
Cooper, Edward 1 Football Reserves 2, 35 Track 2, Letterman
3, 45 Varsity M 3, 45 lntramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball Manager 45 Basketball Manager 4.
Copeland, Marcus1Aviation Club l, 2, 35 President 45 ln-
tramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Band I, 3, 4.
Cox, StanlCyTUS and Co. 2, 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Red
and Blue journal 2, 3, 45 Mohigan 3, 45 Assistant Editor 35
Circulation Manager 45 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Us and Co.
Revue 2, 3, 45 Business Manager 45 "Fly Away Home" 25
"Master Pierre Patelinn 45 "Ceiling Zero" 35 Business
Manager 35 Senior Follies 2, 3, 4.
Cunningham, Ceraldine1l-lome Economics Club 2, 3, 4
A. O. O. 3, 45 Student Council 3.
Cunningham, Keith1Student Council 45 Honor Society 3, 4
Vice-President 45 Senior Follies 4.
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Davies, Ruth-Pep Society 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 43 A Cap-
pella 2, 3, 43 All-State Chorus 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel I3
Us and Co. Revue 23 junior Jollies 23 uln Old Louisiana"
43 Thespians 4.
Davis, jasper-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 President and Treasure 43
Honor Society 3, 43 Us and Co. Revue Z3 junior jollies 33
Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 43 lntramural Basketball 4.
Davis, Martha -Us and Co. Revue 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 23
Red and Biue Journal 3, 43 Senior Follies 4.
DeMoss, Richard-Demos 43 Honor Society 3, 33 lntramural
Sports 2, 3, 43 junior Jollies l.
DeVincent, Edmond-Band l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra l.
Devincent, Eva-A. O. O. l, 2, 3, 43 Italian Club l, 2, 3, 43
Ci. A. A. l, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella l3Glee Club 3, 4.
Dewitt, Darwin -
Dietz, Ellis -
Dodd, Violet -Girl Reserves 2, 3.
Daugherty, Dorothy-Band I, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43
Red and Blue Journal 33 Home Economics 3, 43 ltalian
Club 3, 4.
Dye, Mary Jane- Band l, 2, 3, 43 Mimics l, 23 "Sis Perkins"
23 G. A. A. l, 2, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Student Council
lj uln Old Louisiana" 43 Senior Play 4.
Erskine, Crerrard-Thespians 3, 43 Red and B'ue Journal 3,
' 43 Junior .Iollies 2.
Fatt, George -Varsity Nl 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 43 Wrestling
2, Letterman 33 Football 2, 3, Letterman 43 lntramural
Sports 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, Letterman 43 lntramural Basket-
ball Champs l.
Fiedler, Jessie- Key Club 2, 3, 4: President 33 Pep Society
2, 3, 43 Honorary Member of Us and Co. 43 Thespians 3,
43 Junior follies 33 Senior Follies 3, 43 Student Council lg
Red and Blue journal 33 "The Lady of the Terrace" l.
Fike, Eileen-Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 We Limited 3, 43 Vice-
President 43 Honor Society 43 Mohigan 43 Champion Kick
Pin Team 2.
Fleming, Charles-Hi-Y 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 33 Band I, 2, 33
Orchestra 3, 43 Demo Orchestra 23 All-State Orchestra 3,
43 Senior Play 4.
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Fogle, Margaret-Honor Society 3, 4g Elizabeth Davis Rich-
ards Prize 33 Girls Chorus 4.
Fratto, john -
Forbes, Pearl Hazel-Honor Society 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
C-irls' Chorus 3, 4: Vice President 43 A Cappella 4, Choral
Club 43 Girl Reserves 3, 4g "Hollywood Extra" 35 mln Old
Louisiana" 4: Senior Follies 4.
Fowler, Eugene- Intramural Basketball 43 Us and Co. 2, 3,
43 Secretary 43 President 45 Thespians 3, 4, Nlohigan 43
Red and Blue Journal 43 "Ceiling Zero" 33 "Drums of
Ouden 35 Us and Co. Revue 2, 3, 43 Junior jollies 25 Senior
Furman, Kathleen-Library Club 3, 41 Pep Society 49 Key
45 Junior jollies 2, 3, Senior Follies 3, 4, "Ceiling Zero" 3.
Galbraith, Robert -
Callaher, Yvonne-Transferred from St. lVlary's High School
4, Orchestra 4.
Godfrey, Ruby-Cr. A. A. 2, 3, 45 President 3: Home Eco-
nomics 2, 3, 43 Reporter 43 Red and Blue Journal 4: ln-
tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 43 Us and Co, Revue 3.
Cvreynolds, Flora-Student Councfl 2, 33 A. O. OL 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4.
C-rimes, Franklin -
Crowall, Martha -A. O. O. 33 Intramural Sports 2.
Guido, Mary-A. O. O. l, 2, 3, 4.
Hall, john, jr. -Band 2, 3, 53 Orchestra 49 A Cappella 3, ,
5: A. O. O. 3, 4, 5, President 4: 'iHollywood Extra" 4:
"ln Old Louisiana" 55 junior jollies 3, Senior Follies 3, 4:
' All-State Chorus 3, 4.
Hall, Sam-Band I, 2: Demos 3, 4: Stage Crew 4.
Hamrick, Rebecca Jean-C-lee Club 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4:
"Hollywood Extra" 4.
Hamstead, Warden-A Cappella 3, 4.
Hardin, Gerald-A Cappella 4.
Hardin, Geraldine- ltalian Club 3: We Limited 3, 4.
Harless, Arthur- Hi-Y 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4: Photography
Club 3, Red and Blue journal 4: Student Council 2.
Hartley, Ruby -
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Hastings, Gene- Quill and Scroll 45 Red and Blue journal 3,
45 Sports Editor 45 Co-Editor 45 Boys Civics 3, 45 President
45 Mardi Gras Master of Ceremonies 45 Junior -Iollies 35
Senior Follies 4.
Haun, Gilbert 1
1 Haynes, Frances-Transferred from Hinton High School 3.
Henry, Wayne 1
Hess, Alline - Transferred from Clearfield 35 Band 3, 45 Girls'
Chorus 45 Pep Society 45 Majorette 45 Senior Play 4.
Hewitt, Margaret -
Hill, Bob-Demos 2, 3, 45 President 45 Intramural Sports l,
2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Follies 4.
Hill, Rosalie -
Hood, Prager Odessa-Girl Reserves l5 Girls lntramural
Sports 2, 35 Glee Club l.
Holclsworth, Eugene--Demos 4.
Holmes, Mary -
Hornbecl-c, Lemuel -
Hough, Bob-Football 2, 3, Letterman 45 Wrestling Reserves
35 Track Reserves 35 Varsity M 45 Intramural Sports l, 2,
Howell, Joseph-Junior Christmas Play 35 Senior Follies 45
Photography Club 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play.
Howell, Ronald -
Jarvis, Libby --Intramural Sports 2, 35 G. A. A. l, 2, 35 Home
Economics 45 Art Club I5 Game Club l.
jenkins, Vvilma -Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 President 45 Reporter
35 A. O. O. 45 Honor Society 45 General Assembly Com-
mittee 45 Student Council 2.
Johnson, Betty Ann-We Limited 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45
junior Jellies 25 Student Council l.
johnson, Eva-Us and Co. Revue 25 Senior Follies 2, 3, 45
junior .Iollies 2, 3, 45 Nlohigan 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45
ltalian Club 45 A Cappella 45 Girls' Chorus 4.
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johnson, Robert-Hi-Y 4: Photography Club 3, 4: President
4: Treasurer 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Vice President 4: Debate
Club 3, 4: Vice President 3: President 4: Quill and Scroll
4: Red and Blue journal 3, 4: Managing Editor 4: Mo-
higan 4: "Hollywood Extra" 3: Hi-Y Minstrel 4.
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johnson, William - Demos 3, 4.
rim' tx jones, Agnes-
'3 Keck, Bill-Student Council 3, 4, 6: Triple 7, 2, 4: Intra-
mural Sports 3, 4.
Kelly, Harry -Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Boys Civics 3.
Kingree, Bona Lee-Ci. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4:
Girls' Chorus 4: Intramural Sports 2: Leatherworlc Club I,
Knapp, Mary Nan-Pep Society 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Red
and Blue Journal 3, 4: Senior Foliies I, 2.
Kovats, Helen-Intramural Sports I, 2, 3: C. A. A. I, 2:
Italian Club 2, 3: President 3, 4: Glee Club 4. g
Lantz, William-Student Council I.
Lawson, Nellie- Transferred from Rainelle High School 4. 5
Lawson, Thornton - i
Layman, Carl - Senior Play 4.
Leach, Margaret-Palette and Brush 3: Honor Society 4::
M, Mohigan Art Staff 4. 5
Leatherman, Marshall-Boys Civics 3: Intramural Sports 35:
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2, 4: Junior jollies 3: "Holly-:
wood Extra" 3. :
Lee, Eldon-Student Council 3: "Yes Means No" 4, "Ceiling:
73' Zero" 3: Us and Co. 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: junior Jellies 327
Senior Follies 4: "Master Pierre Patelfnn 4. 7
Lee, Harold-Aviation Club 3.
Leonard, Barbara-Girl Reserves 2: A. O. O. 3, 4: I'Ion0r
Society 3, 4: Senior Follies 4.
Light, Pauline- :
Little, Thomasine-Debate Club 3, 4: G. A. A. I, 2: Home:
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Economics 4: Girls Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. S
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Lloyd, Erma June-Intramural Sports 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 43
Loar, Rebecca-C. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Crchestra 23 Intramural
Sports 2, 3: A. 0. O, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3.
Lockarcl, Lonzo -
Lorentz, Louise-Key C-ub 2, 3, 43 Vice President 49 Pep
Society 3, 4g Nlohigan 4g Literary Staff: Senior Follies 2,
33 junior ,Iollies 2, 3: Us ancl Co. Revue 2, 3.
Lough, William-Football 2, 3, Letterman 4: Track 3, Letter-
man 4, Us and Co. Revue 41 Varsity lVl 43 Mohigan 45 ln-
tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Us and Co. 3, 4.
Lucas, Helen-Glee Club 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2.
Lyle, Jean -
Martin, Genevieve-G. A. A. l, 2, "Lady of the Terrace" l,
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4: uTrial of Mary Duganl' 2: Us
and Co. Revue 35 Thespians 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 45
Pep Society 4: "Master Pierre Patelinn 4.
Maurer, Donald-A. O. O. 3, 4, President 49 Honor Society
4, Band I, 23 Orchestra 2: A Cappel a 4.
Mayfield, Kenneth-Football 2, 3, Letterman 43 Track Re-
serves 2. 3, 43 Varsity M 4.
lVlcBee, Bonnie-We Limited 3, 4, Girl Reserves 43 Senior
Follies 49 Library Club 3.
McCloskey, Annabel'e-Girl Reserves l, 2, Girls Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3: Minor lVI,, Senior Follies 4.
McCloskey, Max-Palette and Brush 3, 4: Nlohigan 2, 4.
lVlcConlcey, jean-We Limited 4.
McCullough, Ruth-G. A. A. l, 23 A. O. O. 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 43 Minor M 25 Student Council 4, Girls' Chorus
4, Christmas Cantata 45 "ln Old Louisiana" 45 Girls ln-
tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
McGowan, Betty-Leatherwork Club lg Girl Reserves 23 G.
A. A. 2, 3g Masquers 45 Home Economics 43 Red and Blue
McKinney, Dorothy-We Limited 43 Glee Club lg Palette
and Brush l.
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Nleligan, Alice -
Menear, Marjorie -
Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Clrls Intramural Sports 2, 3. i
Miller, james -
-as Mitchell, Walter -
Mollohan, Fern-G. A. A. I, 23 Student Council 23 Girls ln-
tramural Sports I, 2, Basketball Champ I, 2.
Morgan, D. W.-
Morris, Nancy - Pep Society 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Senior
Follies 2: Girls' Chorus 4.
Muha, Charles-Track Letterman 3, 4, Civics 35 lntramural
Sports 3, 4.
Nimcheclc, John -
Nimcheclc, Mary-C. A. A. I, 23 A. O. O. 3, 4: Glee Club
4, Girls lntramural Sports I, 2, 3.
Nixon, William 1
Norton, Alice-A. O. O. 3, 4: C. A. A. I, 2, 3.
Nuce, Sylvia - Glee Club 4.
Oliverio, Patsyiwrestling Letterman 2, 3.
Olivito, Tony -
Q'Malley, Bolo 1
Orton, Patty-Library Club 4, Pep Society 3, 43 Key Club
3, 43 Secretary 4: Thespians 3, 4: Secretary 4, Senior
Follies 3, 43 Us and Co. Revue 3: Student Council 3: ViCC
Painter, Betty Sue - Quill and Scroll 3: President 4, G. A. A.
President I: Corresponding Secretary 2, 3, 4: Girls Sports
Editor Mohigan 4: Senior Follies 4, Intramural Sports I, 2.
3, 4: Minor and Major M 3, 4: Mardi Gras 4: Red and Blue
Journal, Managing Editor 3: Make-up Editor 4,
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Miller, Helen-ltalian 4: Girl Reserves 45 A. O. O1 3, 4-
Papandreas, john- Hi-Y Minstrel 43 Student Council 43 Sec-
Parsons, Winona - Mimics l, 2, "Sis Perkins" 25 Palette and
Brush 33 Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Follies 4.
Perkins, Helen-Masquers 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. Z: junior Jollies
2, 33 Senior Follies 2, 4, "House of Horrors" 39 Us and
Co. Revue 23 Home Economics 4, Student Council 33
Senior Play 4.
Pervola, Helen - Girls Intramural Sports l, 25 Girl Reserves 2.
Pierce, Dorothy-Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2:
A. O. O. 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. l, 2: Girl Reserves l, 2.
Pill, Edward-Football 3, Letterman 4.
Placotis, Nickie-Italian Club 21 Intramural Boxing 2, 3, 4.
Poland, Cleo-Home Economics l, 2, 43 We Limited 3, 49
President 43 "In Old Louisiana" 45 Girl Reserves Ig Girls'
Poling, Esther-Transferred from Fellowsville 3.
Poole, Allene 1
Poole, O'Gretta-Home Economics l, 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. l, 2.
3, We Limited 4g Senior Folies 3, Girls Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3.
Poole, Robert-F. F. A. 3, 4.
Price, Diana - Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports lg Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4.
Price, Dorotha-We Limited 3g Home Economics 3, 4, Vice
President 45 lVIasquers 3, 43 G. A. A. 23 "House of
Horrors" 3, Honor Society 45 Stage Crew lg Dramatic
Club lg "Green Cheesei' lg Senior Follies 4.
Price, Jean-Honor Society 49 Pep Society 4, Mimics l, 2,
G. A. A. l, 2, 45 Girls Intramural Sports Minor IVI 4.
Pulliam, Wayne-Wrestling l, 2, Letterman 3, 45 Boys Intra-
mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Civics Club 3, 4117. F. A. 3, 4.
Radcliff, Geneva-We Limited 3. 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
Raglione, Regina 1
Reed, Starling- Wrestling Reserves 2, 3: Football Reserves 3:
Track Reserves 3, Intramural Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
Reppy, Nellie-G. A. A. l, 2, 3: A. O. O. 3, 4: Minor IVI 25
Major IVI 3: Girls Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball
efzmafzsaf wavy an wzma 1 aces . . . of cfzinging cyoktjaf Crown
Richards, Winifred-Girl Reserves I,
Robison, Kenneth-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 43 Band
2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Intramural Sports 3, 43 Red and Blue
Roby, Imovee- "Green Cheese" I3 G. A. A. 23 Home Eco-
nomics Z, 3, 43 Secretary 43 Girl Reserves 23 We Limited
2, 33 Us and Co. Revue 3.
5 Rogers, Dorothy -
I Rose, john-Track Reserve 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports I, 2,
3, 43 Senior Follies 4.
Rosier, Margaret-Girl Reserves I, 23 Minor IVI 43 IVIasquers
3, 43 We Limited 2, 3, 43 President 2, 33 Junior Jollies 23
Glee Club I3 Band I, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 43 Girls Intra-
mural Sports I, 2, 3. .
Rosier, Mattie-Girl Reserves I, 23 We Limited 2, 3, 43
President 33 Secretary 43 Student Council 2, 33 Girls In-
tramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Masquers 43 junior -Iollies 23
IVIinor IVI 43 Red and Blue Journal 4.
Runner, Dick-Class Vice President I3 Hi-Y 3, 43 Student
Council 23 Hi-Y Minstrel 4.
Rush, Sara -
Sabatina, Frances- Italian Club 33 We Iimitecl 4.
Salaris, Ann-A. O. O. 3, 43 President 43 Honor Society 43
Italian Club 43 Girls Intramural Sports Z.
Salaris, George-Palette and Brush 2, 33 Italian Club 4.
Sass, Elizabeth-A. O. O. 3, 4: Italian Club 43 Mohigan 43
Girls Intramural Sports 2, 3.
Sch'obohm, RaIph- Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Scott, John-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Band I, 2, 33 Vice President 43
Track Reserve 33 Intramural Basketball 4.
Selby, Martha-Leatherworlc Club I3 G. A. A, 23 Red and
Blue Iournal 33 Co-Editor and Make-up 43 Home Eco-
nomics 43 Quill and Scroll 43 "Winter Carnival" I3 Student
Selby, Ruth-Band I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 A Cappella 43
IVIinics I, 23 uSis Perkins" 23 Honor Society 43 G. A. A.
I, 2, 43 Masquers 43 "In Old Louisiana" 43 Red and Blue
Shaffer, Elaine-Office 3, 43 Home Room Vice President 4:
Girl Reserves 3, 43 Secretary 43 A. O. O. 33 Italian Club
23 Photography Club 43 American Education Week Radio
Shaffer, Howard-Football Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Boys Civics 4:
Vice-President 43 Track Reserves I, 23 junior Jollies 3:
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4.
Shank, Walter- Rifle Club I.
64441125 tge testi we tooti . . . cznct many ttie times we 'react 50051
Pep Society 3, 43 Red and Blue journal 3, 43 "Candlelight"
33 junior jollies 33 Senior Fo lies 3.
Sharpenberg, Warren1Football Reserves 2, 3, 43 Track let-
terman 2, 3, 43 Us and Co. 3, 43 Us and Co. Revue 43 Vars-
ity M 2, 3, 43 Mohigan 43 lntramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 As--
sistant Editor of History Book 3.
Shiflett, Wi'ma 1
Simon, Rachel1RecI and Blue journal 43 A Cappella I, 2, 3,
43 "Lady of the Terrace" I3 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Treasurer
43 Student Voice Scholarship 43 Clee Club I, 23 Choral
Club 33 Girls' Chorus 3, 4.
Smith, Donald1Came Club I.
Smith, Marian1 Home Economics 2, 3, 43 State President 43
Library C'ub 3, 43 President 43 Key Club 3, 43 Treasurer 43
Pep Society 3, 43 Honor Society 43 Junior slollies 33 Senior
Follies 43 Red and Blue Journal 4.
Smith, Thomas1Band I, Z, 33 Demos I, 4, Home Eco-
Snyder Betty LeC'iKCy 43 Pep Society 43 Honor Society 43
Junior Jollies 33 Senior Follies 43 Library Club 3, 43 "ln
Old Louisiana" 43 Student Council 4.
Spencer, Robert1A. O. O. 3, 43 Student Council 3, 4.
Stalnaker, Nellie1Girl Reserves 23 A. O. O. 3, 43 Honor
St. Clair, l..eota1
Steele, MBYYT Hi-Y Minstrel 23 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Senior
Stevens, Margaret 1
Stevens, Robert 1
Stewart, Robert1Us and Co. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 33 ln-
tramural Football 3, 43 Honor Society 43 Us and Co. Revue
43 Mohigan 2, 43 lntramural Basketball 3, 4.
Stfckel, -Iack1Triple 7 I, 2, 3, 43 Treasurer I, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y
3, 43 Photography Club 43 Class President I3 Aviation
Club 3, 43 Red and Blue journal I3 Hi-Y Minstrel 3.
Stinellis, Carmella 1
Strawn, Mary 1 Pep Society 2, 3, 43 Secretary 33 President 43
Key 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Student Council 33 Red and Blue
journal 3, 43 "Lady of the Terrace" I3 Senior Follies 3, 43
Us and Co. Revue 2, 33 Junior Jollies 33 Mohigan 4.
Stump, Helen1Mohigan 43 We Limited 43 Masquers 23 Bas-
ketball 23 Track 2.
and now waits ffizougg wifg aff tfiaf . . . and cuzazzif we gfacf
Shannon, Marilynn1Key 3, 43 President 43 Thespians 3, 43
Summers, Edith1We Limited 2, 3, 4: Secretary 2: Treasurer
4: Junior -Iollies Z: Minor M 3.
Swank Warren1Boys Civics 3, 4, 5: Vice President 5.
Tatar, .Iulius1lntramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
Tennant, Beatrice1ltalian Club 3: C. A. A. 3: A. O. O. 3:
lntramural Sports I, 2, 3: Masquers 2.
Thompson, Helen Louise1Pep Society 3, 4: Vice President
4: Key 4: Red and Blue journal 4: Mohigan 4: "Ceiling
Zero" 4: Thespians 3, 4: junior jollies 2, 3: Senior Follies
3, 4: History Book: Literary Editor 3: Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4.
,Thorne, Edith 1
Trevarrow, Don1lntramural Boxing 2.
Trompak, Mike1A. O. O. 3, 43 Secretary 4: Member of Gregg
Trowbridge, Norman1lntramural Sports I, 2, 3: Student
Council 3, 4.
Tucker, Edgar1lntramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Track Re-
serves l, 2, 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4: Student
Council 3, 4: President 3: junior jollies 3.
Tusai, Steven1Woodcraft l: Photography Club 2, 3: Track
Letterman 3: Demos 4: Home Room Secretary 4: Magician
Club l, 2.
Van Cilder, Mary Kathryn 1 Key 4: Pep 4: Honor Society 4:
Cheer Leader 4: Senior Follies 2, 3, 4: Palette and Brush
l, 2, 3: Mohigan 4: Hi-Y Minstrel l, 3: Red and Blue
journal 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
Wade, Robert1Bancl 2, 3, 4: Student Band Director 4.
Welch, Winifred1Band 2, 3, 4.
Wellen, William1Hi-Y 4, Debating Club 3, 4.
West, Genevieve 1
Whisler, Edwin 1
White, Geraldine 1
White, Jane1Quill and Scroll 4: Red and Blue journal 3, 42
Honor Society 4: Vice President 4: Library Club 4: Secre-
tary and Treasurer 4: Mimics l, 2.
uf now t .5 5004 ii 0,51 . . . tfisza Linlf any moza . . . kgs wozfi is Jong
Boggs, Charles jr.
Wiley, Warren 1
Wilhelm, janel We Limited 2, 3, 4: Junior .Iollies 3
Willetts, Marguerite1Girls' Chorus 4, Girl Reserves 2 3 4
A. O. O. 4: We Limited 3, 4.
Windel, Mary jane1Intramural Sports 2, Girl Reserves 2
G. A. A. 2, 3g Home Economics 2: Girls Chorus 3 4 A
Cappella 3, 43 All-State Chorus 3, 43 'iHollywood Extra 3
Wolfe, Dale 1
Wolfe, E.thel1Orchestra l, 2: A. O. O. 3, 4: Red and Blue
journal 43 Mohigan 4: Quill and Scroll 4, Honor Society
3, 45 Secretary 4: D. A. R. Citizenship Award 4.
Wolff Leonard1 Honor Society 4, Senior Play.
Xvoods, Hazel 1
Yxfotring, Betty 1
Yoke, Ema 1
Zinn, Freda 1 Masquers 4.
SENIORS 1 WHOSE PICTUPES ARE NOT IN THE BOOK
Little, Betty june
Warner, Mary Louise
flflfs Us gacf owz Luz . . . so fail aff? go bo waz . . . we fganfl you io muc
Born July 7, 1922, died February 5, 1940
Born August 3, 1920, died December 6, 1939
Class Song for '40
Tune - Deep ln a Dream
By Barbara Leonard and Becky l..oar
Our school days are through,
But we'll still think of youg
The memories we keep
Are so tender and sweetg
The joys that we shared
Are still lingering there
With our friends that we left behind.
We're sorry we're going,
You know that is true,
We'll live up to standards of Red and the Blue,
Forever you'll be in our fond memory
We'll owe all our success to you.
HE CLASS OF "4O" was Hrst organized in l937 while attending junior
High School as ninth graders. Ofhcers were Kenneth l-lewitt, presidentg
Dick Runner, vice-presidentg Harriet Lough, secretaryg Robert Stewart,
treasurer. The class presented a speaker's stand to that school.
ln the spring of their Sophomore year, the officers were elected for their
junior year as follows: Kenneth Hewitt, president, George Bltlas, vice-
presidentg Dorothea Morris, secretary, Robert Muffly, treasurer, Wilson
As Juniors, the class gave a Christmas play for assembly, the lunior
Jollies, the Junior Valentine Dance, and the junior-Senior Banquet. All were
During the Senior year the class presented the Senior Follies, the Turkey
Hop, and gave to the school a movie projector as a parting gift.
LUB activities are a large
part of high school life.
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First Row- fLeft to Righty -Robert Wade, Ruth Davies, Donald Walker, Paul Hoskins, Eugene Perrine, Waldo Lowe,
Donald Stockdale, Bill Fleming, Carl Forbes, Sam Williams, Mary Jane Dye, Edmond Devincent, Carroll Arbogast,
Sam Jacobson, Robert Baldwin, Phil Davies, Roger Cain, Bob McCroby, james Miller, Alline Hess, Mr. Stump.
Second Row-Carl Layman, Sarah Harner, Dorothy Daugherty, Erenestine Lewis, Winifred Welch, Margaret Rosier, jack
Marple, David Friant, Bob Hill, Andrew Jacobs, Joe Howell, Jerry Lambert, Allen Austin, Donald Garlctts, Rome
Forlini, Albert Pierre.
Third Row-john Scott, Carl Zinn, Harvard Roberts, Carl Schenck, Ruth Selby, Donald Devincent, Kenneth Robison, Guy
Forlini, Cyrus Baylor, Charles Cox, Del Roy Harner, Carlton Robey, Paul Pickard, Pat Gallagher, Herbert Glenn.
Fourth Row-Thomas Smith, Marcus Copeland, Thornton Lawson, William Garner, Marshall Leatherman, Robert Richard.
First Semi-Circle -E. Lucas, G. Weaver, P. Davies, S. Jacobson, R. Baldwin, Y. C-allaher, A. McDowell.
Second Semi-Circle 1 B. Fawley, Papandreas, W. Brandenburg, R. Erwin, H. Combs, E. DeVincent, S. Jacobson, C, Forbes'
D. Walker, R. Collins, C. DeCarlo, M. Bell, V. Garner. '
Third Semi-Circle-A. Guido, F. Balint, C. Brock, C. Layman, E. Lewis, R. Lewis, B. Fleming, R. Selby, K. Robison, G'
Forlini, C. Baylor, G. Garner, L. Rosier, A. M. Fisher, R. Forsyth.
Fourth Semi-Circle-F. Sweitzer, M. Leatherman, Haught, Kalo, Mr. Stump, T. Lawson, V. Leroy, Hall, lr.. P'
Pickard, D. R. Harner, H. Glenn, M. Davis, R. Forlini,C. Zinn, R. Cain, Moore, Miller, R. Wade, P. H. Forbeii
R. Howell, C. Shean, A. B. Sanders, M. Campbell.
HE BAND made a fine looking appearance this year with their new red
and blue uniforms. It has also started to play popular music, which was
purchased by the contributions of club and band members.
The band was the first school organization to perform in the new audi-
torium. ln the spring the band played several concerts and also played for
the County lVlusic Festival.
Drum Major .,,. ..... R obert Wade
Majorettes .. ....,.. igllme He.SS
Conductor .. ..,. lVlr. Charles Stump
Y COMBINING a group of wind instruments from the band with the
string orchestra, Mr. H. Charles Stump developed a more complete
orchestra for the second semester.
The orchestra played an important part in the music activities by furnish-
ing the accompaniment for the opperetta mln Old Louisiana," by playing for
plays, and for somhpassemblies.
The following members played in the West Virginia All-State Orchestra
at Wheeling W. Va., this year:
Wilna Brandenberg, Cello
Cyrus Baylor, Horn
Charles Fleming, Bassoon
Paul Pickarcl, Trombone
II First Violins 3 Flutes 3 Trumpets
8 Second Violins 4 Clarinets 3 Trombones
6 Violas I Bassoon I Tuba
3 Cellos 3 Saxophones 4 Percussion
2 Basses 4 l-lornes l Piano
First Row 1 D. Shaffer,
Ass't. Ed., Batlas,
Ass't. Bus. Mgr., D. Mor-
ris, Literary Ed., R. Muf-
Fly, Ed., B. Koehler.
Ass't.. Ed., C. McQuis-
tion, Circu'ation Staff.
Second Row 1 Miss Bro-
derick, Literary Adviser,
C. Caravasos, Ads, L,
Lorentz, Literary Staff, F.
Hall, Ads, H. Thomp-
son, Literary Staff, M.
Strawn,, Literary Staff
H, Stump, Ads, Miss
Third ROWlE. johnson.
Ads, M. K. Vanfiilder,
Literary Staff, S. Cox.
Circulation Mgr., W.
Sharpenhurg, Gen. Staff
Mgr., K. Hewitt, Sports
Ed., B. Lough. Gen.
Staff Mgr., R. Stewart,
Art Ed., M, Mccloskey,
Fourth Row 1 R. johnson
Ads, B. Crier, lntra-
mural Sports, Hamil-
ton, Photographer, F..
Fowler, Ads, R. Arm-
strong, Literary Staff. E.
Sass, Typist, H, Miller.
Typist, E. Wolfe, Book-
RED AND BLUE JOURNAL
First Row1E. MiQuistion,
A. Spilfer, M Campbell,
M. Smith, T. Coomhs, R
Armstroncv, Batlas, Nl
K. Vancilder, C. Cara-
vasos, B. K. Brumhaugh.
G. Hasfngs, R. johnson.
Second Row 1 H. Hall, Nl.
N. Knapp, B. Bonfili, D.
Benson, White, R.
Painter, F. Hall, H,
Thompson, R. Godfrey.
E. Wolfe, R. Selby.
Third Row 1 Miss Bro-
derick, B. Davis, M.
Carpenter, M. Beveridge.
J. Haddock, B. I . Koeh-
ler, M. Strawn M. Shan-
non, H. Stump. M-
Davis, Miss Randall.
Fourth Row1S. Bucklew-
L. Jarvis. Fleming. P-
Allen, M. Wilson, G-
Erskine, E. Fowler, M-
Fifth Row 1 N. Barnard.
J. Trevill'ar1, B. MC'
Cowan, K. Robison, A
Harless, S. Cox, G. Bat
las, R. Simon, M. Rosie!
HE THEME of the l940 Mohigan is "Pages from a Senior's Sketch
Book." Robert Muffly is the Editor-in-Chief, and George Batlas, the
The drawings and sketches were clone under the supervision of Mr.
Harold Yates. Miss lVlary Whitman was Business Adviser, and Miss Teresa
Broclericlf. acted as Literary Adviser.
Under the direction of Miss Georgina Smith, the staff has worked hard
to make a most successful yearbook
Red and Blue journal
OME 480 student subscribers carry copies of the Red and Blue Journal,
weekly newspaper, in their sketchbooks.
For seven consecutive years the Red and Blue lournal has merited a
first place award in the state competition of West Virginia High School news
periodicals conducted by the University College of Journalism.
Staff members attended a Central West Virginia Press Conference at
Belington, February l7.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Betty Kay Brumbaugh .............. Co-editors , ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Martha Selby
Martha Campbell .....,...... ...........,.,..,...., .,,, G e ne Hastings
First Row -- E.. Wolfe,
Sherman. White. R.
Stewart, V. Godfrey, K.
Hewitt, M. Campbell,
Second Row 1 Nl. Leach,
G. Martin, R. Selby, M.
Smith, B. L. Snyder, l..
Wolfe, D. Morris.
Third Row -- D. Price, P.
H. Forbes, W. jenkins,
M. K. VanC-ilder,
Price, C-. Batlas, W. Par-
sons, K. Cunningham.
Fourth Row -- B. Leonard,
M. Colavincenzo, Nl.
Fogle, A. Salaris, C.
Strawser, R. Muffly, W.
Fifth Row - P. Allen, E.
Filce, N. Stalnaker. Miss
l-loerth, Mr. Mclvlillen,
Nl. Dye, R. DeMoss.
US. 61 CO.
First Row--G. lVlcQuis-
tion, C. Cox, T. R.
Johns, E.. Fowler, D.
Wotring, F. Wilkins.
Second Row1C. Forbes.
W. Cowell, Nl. VanVoor-
his, W. Brannon, R.
Stewart, R. Richards, D.
Third Row--E. Lee, C.
Batlas, H. Floyd, E. SI.
Clair, Hamilton. R-
Fourth Row-S. Cox, W
Sha rpenburg, K. Hewitt-
Nlr. Summers, W. Lough
R. Muffly, W. Westover
HE HONOR SOCIETY is an organization recognizing exceptional merit
in student effort. It is the reward for outstanding performances in leader--
ship and character, a goal weII worth seeking.
In January I940, 20 new members were admitted to the group and were
honored at the semi-annual banquet on January I9, I940. Alumni, faculty
guests, and members were present.
Two meetings are held each month for business and social programs.
Bob Muffly .......,..........
Keith Cunningham . . .
Ethel Wolfe .......,.........
Miss Mort Hoerth .....
Mr. Herbert McMilIen
US and Co.
President Bob Stewart
Vice President ...... r......... J ane White
Secretary Virginia Godfrey
Treasurer Miss Mort I-Ioerth
Sponsor . ,..,.. Mr. Herbert McIVIiIIen
N TI-IE SKETCI-IBOOK of high school events, Us and Co, has played a
most important roIe. The boys of the plaid have nobly fulfilled their aim:
to create intelligent interest in the schoolis social, athletic, and scholastic ac-
Their production of "Swing Mr. Cowboyn, modeled after The Mask and
Wig and Triangle Shows, struck a new note in high school dramatics. The
Us and Co. also ably assisted in handling the gates at the football games
and entertained at a spaghetti dinner and dance. The club placed second
in the Inter-Club Basketball League, held two initiations during the year, and
observed "Duke Day" one day each month.
James Hamilton ..,...,,...
Charles Cox .,......
Eugene Fowler ..
George Batlas ..
Robert Summers .
.. Vice President ...... .
T. R. Johns
First Row--l. Harrington,
G. Batlas, R. Wade, R.
Moore, lpanandreas, B.
Westover, Y. DeCarlo,
Second Row - M De-
Angelis, R. Bokey, B. l..
Snyder, P. Hooper, B.
Mccloskey, R. Spencer,
Third Row - Pugh,
Joliffe, E. Ferrara,
Brown, C. Benson, D.
Knotts, F. Wilkins.
Fourth Row- R. Cokeley,
D. Harker, R. Collins,
Pifer, R. Sowers, R.
Fifth Row - S. Cavallero,
M. Wilson, D. Hall, D.
Martin, M. Zuccari, E.
First Row--D. Knotts, K.
Robison, C. Caravasos,
S. Jacobson, R. Parriott.
J. Davis, D. Stockdale,
Second Row -- R. johnson,
A. Armstrong, R. Pratt,
A. Harless, T. Coombs,
J. Scott, Brannon.
Third Row 1- l... Coffield.
J. Eldred, W. Fleming.
R. Wade, C. Ashton, W.
Fourth Row - A. MC'
Aninch, T. Barnard, D-
Runner, W. Wellen, W-
Fifth Row-Sponsos, james
E. Brown, W. Christo-
pher, C. Evans.
Chambers, R. Albertazzl.
HE STUDENT COUNCIL aided Miss Lawrence in the Annual Book
Drive. Each home room, through its Council representative, contributed
both money and books. Plans to furnish some recreation for the students
who spend the lunch hour at school materialized it the beginning of the
second semester in the form of ping-pong and dancing. These activities are
carried on in the Band Room and are 'mroving to be very popular.
The Council is cooperating with the administration in the revision of the
present set of rules governing conduct.
Mr Riddle and four members of the Council attended State Convention
at St. Albans.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Edgar Tucker ,.,,.,.,...,,. ..,.... P resident ..,...,.. ............,....,. R obert Wade
Robert Wade ,,,.. ,..... V ice President .....,. .........,. R onald Moore
John Papandreas ...,... Secretary ......., ..,..,. I ohn Pdpandreas
HE Hl-Y is a national organization whose purpose is to cre te, maintain,
and extend throughout the school and community high standards of
Christian character. At the annual convention, held this year at Bluefield,
it was decided to hold the l94l Convention at Morgantown. Ward Chris,
together won the high award of selling the most bonds and will have his pict-
ure put on next year's bond. The other activities of the club were presenting
tenth annual minstrel, the operation of the football scoreboard, printing ot
football programs, annual Hi-Y dance, and giving an assembly program.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Jasper Davis ..... , ........ .......... P resident ....... .... C onstantine Caravasos
Edgar Tucker .......... ...... V ice President ...... ......... K enneth Robison
Robert Armstrong ...... ....... S ecretary ..,.. .. ....,...,. Robert Parriott
Charles Ashton ....... ....... T reasurer . ......,.... Jasper Davis
Samuel Jacobson ..... ...., ..... C h aplain ..... ...... ....... S a muel Jacobson
James Brown .............................. Sponsor ..................,........... James Brown
Business Manager - Constantine Caravasos
First Row - G. Batias, J
Hamilton, Miss White
R. Muffly, P. Orton, C
McQuistion, P. Stans-
hury, D. R. Harner, M
Second Row - D. Morris
E. Fowler, H. L. Thomp-
son, K. Hewitt, Fied-
ler, Batlas, M. Strawn
Third Row 1 C. Ashton,
G. Martin, D. R. Wot-
ring. E.. Hammond, J
Cocklin, R. Conaway, C
Caravasos, R. Davies.
Fourth Row - G. Erskine,
B. L. Snyder, E.. Lee, A.
Davidson, C. Zinn, E.
Minor, W. Cowell.
First Row - Jolliffe.
president, H. Perkins
secretary, treasurer: R
Vandervort, vice presi-
dent: M. Rosier, re-
porter, C. Gregory: D
Second Row -- R. Craw-
ford, B. McGowan, B
Bigler, R. Selby, C. Car-
ner, E.. Lloyd.
Third Row - Miss Taylor
sponsor: C. Wolfe, S
Harner, N. Saffel, V
Fourth Row - M. Rosier
J. Haddock, L. Hosey
F. Zinn, L. Pickens.
The National Thespians
NDER the leadership of Robert lVluITly, Troupe 27, of The National
Thespians began the year with plans for the production of "Pride and
Prejudice" with which they expected to dedicate the new theater. A cast of
twenty-six characters rehearsed the play until after Christmas, when the lack
of stage equipment made such an elaborate production impossible.
During the second semester, the Thespians presented UYes Means Nogn
observed National Drama Week with a spaghetti dinnerg and acted as host
for The Local One-Act Play Festival in which they won Hrst place. As a
reward for their work in clramatics. fourteen students became members of
The National Thespian Dramatic Honor Society for High Schools.
President ........... ............................ R obert Muffly
Vice-President .,,., ..... J ames Hamilton
Secretary ..,......., ......... ,....., P a tricia Crton
Treasurer ,,........................ .......... G eorge Batlas
Corresponding Secretary .......... lVlarilynn Shannon
Dorothy S. White
Sponsor ...........,..............,. .....
HE MASQUERS, dramatic club organized in l935, has twenty-four
members this year. The club entered an act, "The Affair of the Slipper,"
in the Senior Follies and Won third prize. A Christmas party was held on
December 22 at the home of Betty lVlcGowan. ln January the club voted to
donate some money to the band to buy popular music. ln March the mem'
bers voted to select a new pin and several were ordered. Two one-act plays
were presented to the student body in May. They were "Not Quite Such a
Goose" and "Here Comes the Bride."
Motto - "No profit grows where therels no pleasure taken."
Colors -- Red and Silver
Flower - Red Rose
President ...................,......,.,....,......,.,, john Jolliffe
Vice President .,..,, ,,,,, R oger Vandervort
Secretary-Treasurer .. .,,..,.,, Helen Perkins
Reporter .. ....... ....,, M attie Rosier
Sponsor . ....... Mabel Taylor
First Row-Pete Cuarivglia,
3ob Galbraith- Warren
Swank, Gene Hastings.
Second Row - Roger Van-
dervort, john jolliffe,
Third Row-- Charles Wolfe
First Row 1 B. Mccroby,
B. O'Malley, B. johnson,
J. Cox, D. Lazzelle.
Second Row - Mr. Yates,
D. Knotts, V. Flumm, D.
DeMoss, E.. Holdsworth.
Third Row 1 S. Tusai, T.
Smith, S. Hall, Wilson.
Boy's Civic Club
HE BOYS' CIVIC CLUB was active in many different fields this year
promoting good sportsmanship and cooperation.
First, the club held a basketball game in conjunction with the faculty and
then proceeded to take high honors in the intramural club league.
-Next, the boys in the club, working with the O. A. A., produced the
Finally the club sponsored a Leap Year Dance in the Girls gymnasium
which was the first time in the clubs history that such an undertaking was
President ..... .......,....,...................
V ice President
.. Gene Hastings
.. Wayne Pulliam
Treasurer ...... ...... R obert Galbraith
Sponsor . ,.., Howard Godfrey
HE DEMO CLUB was reorganized in the fall of l939. One of its aims
was to work toward the betterment of school life in Morgantown l-iigh.
The Hrst major undertaking of the Demos was the publication of basket-
ball programs for the High School games and the Basketball Tournament.
On Friday, February 23, the Demos entertained I-Ii-Y ancl Us and Co.
at a semi-formal dance in the Girls' Gymnasium at which Bob Hill and his
Top-Hatters, the Demo orchestra, played.
President ..............,.....,..........,.,,,, ..,,,,,,,, B ob Hill
Vice President ..., ...... W ayne Wiles
Secretary .......... ...,,.. B ill Johnson
Treasurer ..... Orval King
Reporter .. ..... Steve Tusai
HOME EC. CLUB
First Row - Coulson,
R. Godfrey, l. Roby, R
Painter, M. Smith. H
Chittum, D. Price, M. E.
Chrisman, M Brown, K
Creel, F. Davies.
Second Row - B. Martin,
K. Painter, M. l. Mc-
Hugh, B DeVall, A.
Feather, M. Smith, M.
Wallace, B. Shanaberg'
er, E. Thorn, B. Craze.
Third Row- B. McGowan,
R. Raglione, M. G. Se-
by, G. Robison, H. Per-
kins, L. Cappellanti, H.
Hall, Barnes, M. Sha-
han, E. Royce.
Fourth Row - O. Poole,
C. Poland, D. Duck-
worth, B. Graham, B. R.
Morris, L. Grayson, M.
J. Noone, M. Davis,
Fifth Row -- T. Smith, C.
Wolfe, T. Little, Miss
Albright, Miss Patter-
son, Mrs. Phillips, M.
Wilhelm, A. Pierre, D.
G. A. A.
First Row - Y. DeCarlo,
B. Chipps, M. Angotti,
Miss Metz, B. Bierer, sec-
tary: Haddock, presi-
dentg Y. Mitchel, vice
president: M. Clawges,
treasurer: P. Courtney,
intramural manager: B.
Second Row-R. Swords,
B. Fletcher, B. L. Rose,
D. Hiner, P. Stump.
B. S. Titus, M. Lee, D.
Hood, M. Tennant, C.
Third Row - R. Loar, V.
Livesay,E. Lloyd, S.
Harner, C. Gibbs, M.
Dodd, B. Kingree, D.
Shriver, Brand, Nl.
Fourth Row-B. Haddock.
F. Stein, L. Klein, R.
Godfrey, H. Quidas, M.
Beveridge, L. Grayson,
W. Harner, l. Herring-
ton, G. Robison, M.
Fifth Row - M. E. Mc-
Ginnis, R. Selby, Col-
lins, A. Leach, O.
Layman, Price, M.
Dye, V. Godfrey,
Home Economics Club
HE. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB was organized in l925 at the request
of a group of girls. Two years later, in I9Z7, the club became affiliated
with the West Virginia Home Economics Association and the American Home
The program of activities include: personal improvement of members:
assistance in improving home and family living, service projects in the Home
Economics departmentg service projects in the High Schoolg and service
projects in our community.
A formal dinner, a foreign fellowship program, a joint meeting with a
nearby club are annual events on the club calendar.
ln l937 and l939, Morgantown High, University High and West Vir-
ginia University clubs acted as joint hostesses for the West Virginia student
G. A. A.
KETCHES of girls in gym garb brings to mind the activities of the Girls'
These girls have endeavored to bring the students of the school together
in a more friendly and informal manner through open house, which includes
many varied sports activities.
The G. A. A. sponsors the lntra-mural sports program including, soccer,
volley ball, basketball, social dancing for both boys and girls, modern dancing
for girls, outings and hiking.
The club has been a big success this year. Besides sponsoring open
house and lntra-mural sports it presented the Mardi Gras and the May
President ........... .........,......... ...., J e an Haddock
Vice President ...... ..... Y vonne Mitchell
Secretary ......... ....., B etty Bierer
First Row-N. Wooster,
Dickinson, B. Barnard,
H. Thompson, M. Strawn.
P. Stanshury, L. Lorentz,
Second Row 1 A. David-
son, A. Spiker, E. Cather,
R. Davies, Fiedler, K.
Furman, D. Morris, B.
Third Row 1 M. K. Van-
Gilder, M. Campbell, B.
L. Snyder, P, Orton, R.
Conaway, B. K. Brum-
haugh, B. Bonfili.
Fourth Row-H. Chittum,
A. Hess, N. Morris,
Pugh, G. Martin, M.
Faulkner, B. Davis, R.
Fifth Row - E.. Minor, bl.
Davis, B. L. Koehler, P.
Allen, M. Wilson, C.
Case, Price, M. N.
First Row - K. Furman,
M. Smith, M. Shannon
L. Lorentz, P. Orton.
Second Row-Miss Wade,
D. Morris, H. Thompson,
Third Row-B. L. Koehler
B. L. Snyder, P. Stans
bury, B. Davis, Fied
HE PEP SOCIETY was first formed in l922 under the leadership of
Miss Dorothy Smith, physical education teacher at that time.
The group was active in a number of ways in its early life, but died out
from 1926 until it was reorganized in l93l. At the suggestion of David
Tucker along with Miss Rachel Coogle, a group of Senior girls formed the
new club and opened it to under-graduate students. Mrs. Elizabeth Peck is
the present sponsor.
The word Hpepn stands for: P- personality, E- enthusiasm, P- popu-
larity. The aim of the club is to support school activities and promote school
The club held an initiation the first semester of this year admitting 30
girls. The annual dance was given April 5 in the Girls Gym.
President ........... ...,........................ M ary Strawn
Vice President ....... ...... I-I elen Louise Thompson
Secretary-Treasurer . ............ Patty Stansbury
HE SKETCHBOOK opens to reveal the Key Club, an organization for
Junior and Senior girls. The direction is under that of Miss Rebecca
Wade, Key members aim to promote a spirit of congeniality between girls
of similar interests, to further school spirit, and to aid in the general welfare
of the school and the community.
The annual semi-formal dance was held in the girls' gymnasium on Octo-
ber 20, 1939.
President .......,... .................... M arilynn Shannon
Vice President .. .... ...... L ouise Lorentz
Secretary ........... ............. P atty Orton
Treasurer ................. Marian Smith
SPODSOI' ..... ...... M iss Rebecca Wade
First Row - Miss Painter,
sponsor: R. Simon
treasurer, Nl. Cola.
W. Jenkins, president, E
Shaffer, secretary: G
Ra dcliff, service chair-
man: Brand, program
Nl. Willetts, P. H. Forbes,
B. NlcBee, W. Branden-
burg, V. Kerns, M.
Third Row - L. Allum, R.
Davis, Barker, W.
Welch, M. Brown, M.
Bell, B. Chipps.
Fourth Row-E. Richards,
W. Wright, D. Duck-
worth, B. Graham, lVl.
Bishop, N. Noland, V.
Fifth Row - L. St. Clair,
M. Steele, E.. Filce, H
Miller, D. Shriver, L.
A. O. O. CLUB
First Row--Miss Kuylcen-
dall, E. Sass, C. Warner.
H. Miller, A. Salar's, D.
Rogers, E. Wolfe, N. S.
Bruner, R. McCullough.
Second Row - V. Dadich,
M. Guido, L. Aitken, H.
Tatar, B. L. Jones, B. l.
Marsh, D. Clawson, B.
Third Row 1 L. St. Clair,
W. jenkins, Nl. Cola-
vincenzo, P. Chapman,
A. Norton, L. Warner.
L. Nlollahan, M. Stepou-
Fourth Row 1 M. Carnes,
Nl. C-lass, N. Reppy, R.
Spencer, Lopez, H.
Parsons, C. Stinellis, R.
The Girl Reserves
I-IE GIRL RESERVES was organized in order to develop in the mem-
bers of the club a well-rounded personality, mental, spiritual, and phys-
icalg to aid the school and communityg to develop good citizensg and to be
sympathetic with the unfortunate in the school and community.
This year at Christmas the girls gave away toys to needy children and
several baskets to families at Thanksgiving. ln order to finance their excel-
lent charity work the girls held a doughnut sale.
Motto - To Hnd and give the best.
Pleclge- To honor God, my country and my community, and to
be in all ways a true and loyal member of the Girl
President ........... .......................... W ilma Jenkins
Vice President ..... .... M ary Colavincenzo
Secretary ......... ........ E laine Shaffer
Treasurer .... ...... R achel Simon
A. 0. O.
HIS CLUB was organized by the present sponsor, Miss Retta Kuykendall,
for the purpose of promoting an interest in the school and communityg
to contribute to the social life of the commercial studentsg and to stimulate a
greater interest in the business world.
ln order to encourage a higher grade of scholarship, an Honor Roll is
sponsored for the commercial students who make "B" average or above.
Each group graduating from the club makes a contribution to the school
by planting Howers on the lawn.
Former members of the club who are now occupying positions of re-
sponsibility in the business world often say that their association with the
A. O. O. Club was the most pleasant part of their school life.
First Row - White, M
Smith, K. Creel, B, Me
Bee, B. K. Brumhaugh,
Second Row-J. Haddock
L.. Hosey, M. Carpenter
E. johnson, Miss Law!
Third Row - Pugh, B.
L. Snyder, P. Orton. B.
Fourth Row - E. Ham-
mond, K. Furman, P.
First Row - Macialine Mc'
DoweII, Mattie Rosier,
Miss Patterson, Betty
Wilson, Betty Ann john-
son, Anna Berolattir
Second Row -- Margaret
Rosier, WiIcIa Guthrie,
Mary Elaine Chrisman.
Cleo Poland, Eileen Fike,
Helen Lee Stump.
Third Row 1 Kathleen
KeIIy, Edith Summefii
Dorotha McKinnev. ,lane
Wilhelm Jane McCon-
Fourth Row - Charlotte
Strawser, Louise Shaffefr
Angeline Guido, Victoria
Peppetti, Rosalie Shaf'
N ORDER to promote closer social relations among the library assistants,
a club was organized in i934 under the leadership of the present sponsor,
Miss Elizabeth Lawrence.
To become an assistant, a student must maintain a high level of school
work and a high citizenship rating.
The members have proven to be 'iup and coming" by winning first
place for their skit in the Senior Follies and giving a number of parties.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Marion Smith ..,............. ........... P resident ..... ............r......... M arian Smith
Betty Lee Snyder ..... Secretary-Treasurer ...........,......... Jane White
Kathleen Furman ..... ..... S ocial Chairman .......... Betty Kay Brumbaugh
HE PURPOSE of the "We Limited" Club of Morgantown High School
is to foster friendship among high school girls and to encourage better
understanding and fellowship in all social activities. "One for all and all for
one" is the motto which the girls try to live up to.
This school year several social gatherings have been held including a
spaghetti feed and two initiation parties.
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Cleo Poland ................ ,...... P resident ......... ..................... B etty Wilson
Eileen Fike ..............., ,..... V ice President ...............r Mary janet Chipps
Mattie Rosier ............ ..,.. S ecretary-Treasurer ...... Betty Ann Johnson
Lillian Cappellanti ......... ........,, H istorian .,,,.. ..,., M acleline McDowell
Miss Mabel Patterson ...... ...... S ponsor .... ..... M iss Mabel Patterson
First Row - B. Moore,
Batlas, B. Johnson, C
Caravasos, H. Roberts
Second Row - H. Glenn
E. Shaffer, F. Hall, H
Thompson, B. L. Koeh-
ler, B. K. Brumbaugh.
Third Row - P. Billingsly
J. Davis, G. Weaver, K
Furman, Brannan, W
Fourth Row - B. Calvert,
B. Posten, Howell, E.
Deitz, N. Saffel, C.
The Photography Club
HE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB, under the sponsorship of Mr. Claude L.
Waring, was organized by a group of boys in l937. The purpose of the
club is to create an active and intelligent interest in the art of photography.
The maximum membership of 25 has been attained and students may
enter the club only as others leave it. Clirls were taken into the club for the
first time this year.
At the time the club was organized, it had no supplies whatsoever. Since
then it has gained a completely equipped darkroom.
This year the club has sponsored two contests and several photographic
President .....,..... .......,......,............. B ob Johnson
Vice President ,..... .,,,,,.,,,,,,,, J ohn Batlas
Secretary ........... ............ H avard Roberts
TYCGSUTCT ........ ...,. C onstantine Caravasos
HE ipcrts section of the
Sketcnbook is composed
of information about coaches.
action pictui s. pictures of let-
termen, and summaries of the
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Arthur H. Clyde 1 Head
coach of football, basketball,
track and Athletic Director.
John Roberts - Assistant
coach of football, basketball,
Stanley Baker - Assistant
OACH ARTHUR H. CLYDE has been tutoring the Red and
Blue football, basketball, and track teams for eighteen
years. During this time his teams have won several Big Ten and
state championship titles.
Before coming to Morgantown Mr. Clyde coached at
Cameron High School and McKeesport High School. He re-
ceived his education at the following institutions: Geneva Col-
lege, West Virginia University, University of Michigan, Univers-
ity of lllinois.
John Roberts assisted Coach Clyde again this year for the
sixth consecutive year. He is not only assistant but also Director
of Physical Education.
Mr. Roberts is a graduate of Morgantown High School and
West Virginia University.
Stanley Baker was assistant football coach for the first time
last fall. He received his education at Morgantown High School
and West Virginia University.
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ORGANTOWN was represented by a scrappy football eleven on the
gridiron the past season. Although continually handicapped by injuries
the Art Clyde-coached combination managed to win four, tie one, and lose
five for a fair average.
The Red and Blue gridders opened the season with an impressive Victory
over Masontown by the score of Z7 to 0. The scores were made by two
touchdown runs by Bill Lough, one each by Albertazzie and Hewitt, and
three points after touchdown by Thomas. For the second victory Morgan-
town crushed Kingwood 39 to 0. Hewitt tallied four times by following good
interference and Lough and Hines each scored once. Thomas and Sherman
converted the extra points.
Art Clyde's team tasted defeat at the hands of Wheeling by the score
of I3 to 7. lVlorgantown's only score was made by an 88 yard punt return
by Hewitt behind beautiful interference. Bill Lough scored the extra point.
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Morgantown defeated East Fairmont 37 to 0, for the third victory of the year,
playing without the services of Lough, who was injured. Morgantown scored
in every period. Hewitt, Sherman, Thomas, Fatt, and Albertazzie scored
for the Red and Blue.
Morgantown lost the next three games to Elkins, Weston, and Washing-
ton lrving by the scores of I8-0, 7-6, and 20-0, but played most of these
games without the regular halfbacks. Bill Lough scored the touchdown
By defeating Farmington I2 to 0, Morgantown climbed back into the
winning column. Morgantown's points were scored by Emilio Thomas and
Bill Lough. ln the following game Morgantown was held scoreless by Graf-
ton for the only tie of the season. A 40 yard touchdown run by I-lines, was
called back because he was ruled out of bounds on the I9 yard stripe. Mor-
gantown threatened to score many times but was always repulsed.
For the final game of the season Morgantown journeyed to Charleston
where defeat was met by a 20 to 0 score. Only in the fourth quarter did the
Red and Blue threaten when the ball was advanced to the Charleston I2 yard
line by passes and end sweeps.
Brand, Warren-Junior guard, fast, hard-charging lineman.
npinkyu is expected to really shine next year.
Albertazzie, Ralph-Junior fullback, transferred from Philippi,
hard blocker. Ralph stood out particularly because of his
blocking and defensive play.
Collins, Bob-Senior tackle, strong defensive player. Bob
was a 60-minute man, playing every minute of many
games. He stood out particularly in the W-l game.
DelVlao, Andy-Senior guard, regular three years, All-State
guard two years, All Big Ten guard two years, acting
captain two years. For the past three years "Deacon" has
been like a "rock of Gibralter". He is one of the best
linemen in the history of the school.
Fatt, George-Senior end, hard blocker. George was con-
sidered one of the best blockers on the squad. He shone
in the East Fairmont game.
Ferrara, Emil-junior tackle, good on both defense and of-
fense. Emil was the rough and ready type of player. ls
depended upon next year.
Hewitt, Kenneth-Senior halfback, field general, safety man.
Ken did not play much football this ye-ar due to injuries.
Was shifty while carrying the ball.
Hines, jack--Senior halfback, fast on reverses and end runs.
Jack was a consistent performer in the backfield. He was
a good pass receiver.
Hiser, Junior--Senior end, good blocking end. Junior was
an extra good blocker and fair on defense.
Hough, Robert - Senior end, good defensive man. Hough was
a consistent performer from the flank.
Lough, William-Senior halfback, very hard blocker. Bill
was a hard driving halfback and a good man on pass de-
fense. He was handicapped by injuries much of the time.
Mayfield, Kenneth--Senior end, strong on defense. Because
of his lighting spirit, Ken broke into the starting lineup
Pill, Edward 1 Senior tackle, biggest man on squad. Ted was
a stone Wall on the line. He was about as easy to move
as Coopers Rock.
Sherman, john-Senior halfback, good passer and punter.
John was a good blocker and a hard to stop ball carrier.
Sypolt, Warren-Senior center, regular two years, All Big
Ten center, All State Third team center. "Ci" has been
an outstanding pivot man for two years. He is considered
one of the best centers the school has ever had.
Springer, Bill-junior tackle, fast man under punts. Al-
though playing Hne ball this year, Bill is expected to g0
to town next year.
Thomas, Emilio - Sophomore blocking back, All State Honor'
able Mention. Even though he is good blocking back.
Emilio shone as a ball carrier when used as such. He WAS
the best punter on the squad.
Zuccari, Memmo -Junior guard, fast charger and hard
blocker. Although small in stature, Nlemmo makes up for
that in Fight.
Barnes, George-junior forward, a flashy player, good shot,
and ball handler. High scorer for this year, great things
are expected of him next year.
Cavallero, Sam-Senior forward, broke into lineup at mid-
year, smallest man on squad stood out in sectional making
the all-sectional team.
Hadden, Dave-Senior graduated at mid-year, best shot and
ball handler on squad. Made honorable mention on the
All State Team.
l-lall, Don -Junior, good shot and defensive player, a capable
reserve. Expected to see service next year.
l-lines, Jack-Senior, the best defensive man on the squad.
His fight lcept the team in many of the games, also second
Liberatore, Frank-Senior, graduated at mid-year the tallest
man on the squad, a great defensive man and good shot
under the basket.
lVlcAninch, Art-Senior, the fastest man on the squad was
good at getting the ball off bank board.
Radcliff, Crval - Junior, good shot and defensive man.
Radcliff is expected to shine next year.
Vecchio, Patsy-junior, the best back court shot on the
squad, was a great defensive player, great things are ex-
pected of him in the future.
OACH Arthur Clyde's basketball
team was a winning combination
before mid-season, winning more than
their share of games. The season was
opened with a rousing win over the
Alumni and followed up with a 53-42
conquest of East Fairmont. For the
third victory Morgantown defeated
Weston 48-43 with Hadden leading
the scorers with 23 points. Morgan-
town lost its flrst game to W-l by the
score of 33-34. Barnes led scorers
with I0 points. The Red and Blue
tasted defeat for the second time by
losing to Elkins at Elkins. l-ladden
took high point honors with I5 points.
East Fairmont was again conquered
5l-35 and l-ladden again led scorers
with 25 points. Morgantown next de-
feated last year's state champions,
West Fairmont, by the score 5l-59.
l-ladden collected 27 points to lead
scorers. Buckhannon downed Mor-
gantown 38-39 in the last game before
mid-year and Triadelphia followed suit
by the score 5l-44. ln the next en-
counter Morgantown was defeated by
Wheeling 70-32 with Barnes leading
Morgantown scorers. Grafton defeated
the Red and Blue 36-37 as Hines led
scorers with l 7 points. For the second
time this year W-l defeated Morgantown by the score of 62-46. Barnes led
scorers with I9 points, ln the first intra-city game Morgantown defeated Uni-
versity High with Barnes leading the scorers by collecting l l points. Morgan-
town lost again to Buckhannon 59-47 as Barnes led scorers and then lost to
Grafton 5 7-37. West Fairmont got revenge for its first loss by defeating the
Red and Blue at Fairmont. ln the final games Morgantown was defeated by
University High twice and Weston once.
ln the sectional tournament Grafton eliminated Morgantown the first
night of the tournament 46-43. Cavallero led scorers with 20 points.
Christopher, Ralph-junior hurdler, member of crack hurd-
ling team. Although he is but a junior he performed with
the hurdlers in great style.
Cooper, Eddie-Senior half-miler, State half-mile champion,
Big Ten Champion, holder of school record in half mile,
member of the relay team. Eddie is the best half-miler
the school has had for a long time. He was expected to
set a new state record this year.
Hines, jack - Senior track flash. Although not taking part in
the State Track Meet, jack stood out in the dual meets as
a half miler last year.
Jacobson, Sam-Junior pole vaulter, winner in State Track
Meet and Big Ten Meet. Sam was a good all-round per-
former but stood out as a pole vaulter.
McAninch, Art-Senior sprinter, Big Ten sprint Champion,
member of relay team. ln the State Track Meet Art
placed high the past two and is considered the best sprinter
in this region.
Moore, Ronald-Senior hurdler, member of champion hurd-
ling relay team, winner in Big Ten Meet. "Mus" Moore
is a flash when it comes to taking his lanky form over the
Sharpenburg, Warren-Senior 440 man, member of crack
relay team for two years, member of relay team holding
school record. Sharpy was the champion of the school
the past year, in the 440.
Tusai, Steve-Senior sprinter, member of relay team. Steve
has been a fine dash man since moving here.
First Row-E. Utt, V. Peppetti l... Allum, B. Graham.
Second Row--M. Hess, M. Ward, M. Angotti.
First Row-V. Livesay, P. Courtney, O. Harner, B. Fuller
Second Row--M. Marony, M. Lee, B. Bierer.
Mary Angottfs Sophomore basketball team hoopecl to victory after
downing tough freshmen, Sophomore, Junior ancl Senior quintets in a series
of exciting and well played games.
Members of the team were: Maxine Ward, Victoria Peppetti, Elsie Utt,
Lola Allum, Mary Hess, Burhlene Grahm, and captain, Mary Angotti.
This year the mighty Seniors succeeded in reaching the volleyball finals
and outplaying the Juniors.
The champions were: Captain, Ruth Selby, Virginia Godfrey, Yvonne
Mitchel, Juanita Coulson, Beatrice Bonhli, Dorothy Davis, jean Price, ancl
PINIONS FOOTBALL CHAMPS
First Row-P. Davies: Ci. Pixler: Bel-
castro: B. Busmarx.
Second Row-H. Cappalinti: Pinion: C.
Barnes: Wilson: B. Rexroad
MIDGET BASKETBALL LEAGUE
First Row-K. Brown: V. Towbridge:
Second Row-D. DeVincent: B. Ornick:
INDEPENDENT BASKETBALL LEAGUE
First Row-J. Feck: C. jenkins.
Second Row-J. Pinion: Sherman:
CLUB BASKETBALL LEAGUE CHAMPS
First Row-P. Guariglia: R. Galbraith:
W. Swank: Mr. Codfry sponsor and
Second Row-C. Hastings: H. Shaffer:
W. Pulliam: R. Chapman,
First Row-D. DeVincent, I05 lbs.:
B. Satan, l I5 lbs.: S. Madia IZ5 lbs.:
H. Grahm, 95 lbs.
Second Row-E. Thomas, heavy: K.
Hewitt, 145 lbs.: S. Jacobson I 35 lbs.:
First Row-A. Valentine, I05 lbs.:
Feck, ll5 lbs.: H. Graham, 95 lbs.
Second Row-J. Knapp, heavy: S. Joc-
obson I35 lbs.: B. Lough, l55 lbs.
The word Intramural itself means "within the walls." This program,
as applied to athletics, is carried on between members of the same student
body. It is in keeping with the spirit of Morgantown I-ligh School and the
wish of the Physical Education department that every student be a member
of some one of the various teams.
"A team for every boy and every boy on a team," is the slogan of the
lntramurial Department. This slogan is gradually becoming a reality for in
the last ten years the intramural program has grown from a four-sport pro-
gram to an eleven-sport one.
This program of intramural athletics in the Morgantown High School
has been designed to present to all students the opportunity of participat-
ing in intramural competition and also provide the necessary regulations
to govern such participation.
This year approximately 320 different boys took part in this program.
Medals were given to all members on winning teams and to all individual
Basketball proved to be the most popular intramural sport. Civics,
Us and Co., and Hi-Y wound up the season in a three-way tie in the Club
league, the Civics club winning out in the play-off.
The Turks, Independent league champions, defeated the Civics by a
score of 44 to 23, to take the school title.
HlS section of the Sketch-
book presents informal
pictures of the student body in
their various school activities.
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Swing it Out
Grunt and Groan
Are You Guys Lucky! Majorettes
Warden and Cell-keeper
Busy as Bees
Sept. l 2
-Students returning to school at the end of a long vacation. The
majority of them seem quite happy over the prospect of a year of
new relationships, but a few still groan every year, 'iltis only the
-Hewitt is elected president of senior class for the fourth year
by a land-slide.
-"Stand up and cheer!"-The pigskin felt like going swimming
the heat was so intense at the first football game.
Cct. I6-Cui' dream of having new band uniforms is at last brought to
realization. We are so proud that we parade through town.
20-Key lassies entertain their lads at their annual dance.
25-Rehearsals for "Pride and Predjudicen get under way after a tedi-
ous triple night of casting.
27-Students choose "Milky Way" the king of candy bars.
28-A successful Halloween party is given by the A.0.0. A good
time is enjoyed by all.
. l-The ltalian Club with its name changed to 5.0.3, initiates I3 new
2-Seniors present the annual Senior Follies and the Library Club
walks away with first prize.
6-Students participate in a radio program in celebration of National
Education Week, Nov. 5-l l.
7-Rabbit season opens with a hop, skip, jump and a bang. Among
the faculty returning home with light hearts and heavy feet are
Scott Davis, Art Clyde, O. D. White, and l... S. Cornwell.
-Red and Blue Journal Subscription campaign starts off with a
bang with home room ll8 winning Eskimo Pies with their IOO
I 7-Reports cards are here again!! Some pupils moan, "Am ah blueln
But those two all students at the top merely ask, "I-low're
Dec. l-The G.A.A.'s give a Mardi Gras which is a huge success.
Dec. 4-Miss Marple wants 225 "lost" Seniors to come to Senior meetings.
How nice we look! The seniors take on airs because they are having
their pictures taken.
8-Several of our brethern are called to Jackson's Mill for National
Guard Camp. How we envy them, no school and such good food.
l4-Blackout! Our assistant principal, Mr. Davis, goes groping through
the halls by candlelight. Darkness is caused by fuse plugs.
l5--The Annual Hi-Y Minstrel is a big success, as usual.
Zl-The Masquers enjoy themselves at a Christmas party in the home
of Betty McGowan.
Happy New Yearl We're back in school after a glorius vacation,
but where are all those happy smiles?
l2-The Hi-Y's invite us to strut in the girl's gym at their annual dance.
l9-The National Honor Society honors its new members at a banquet.
2-Our band livens up the basketball games by playing 'iOh Johnnyi'
and the "Beer Barrel Polka".
4-The National Thespians celebrate National Drama Week by giving
a one-act play, "Yes Means No" in the auditorium and a spaghetti
dinner at the uOaksi'.
l0-The G.A.A. sponsors a successful "Open Housei' in the Girls' Gym.
23-How we rate! The Demos give a party with music by their own
24-Today we are blue-defeated by Elkins. This game ends our
-"Don't be a monkey" is the new slogan. Mr. Liddle, State
Secretary of the Y. C. A. spoke on this subject at the Hi-Y
l-Seniors order 3,000 graduation announcements.
6-7-We spent some time 'iln Old Louisiana" with Miss Douthat and
the music department.
l2-Everybody gets measured for their striped suits as the new rules
and regulations go into effect.
-Thespians win the sectional one act play festival held here and
prepare for Hnew worlds to conquern.
l6-We congratulate the Junior class for an enjoyable time at the St.
-The Us and Co. depart from their usual type of Revue with a
two-act, all-member collegiate show.
9-Mohigan goes to the printer's and arenlt we glad!!
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At last the night has come
But still 'tis only fine
My dress is pressed and hair all curled-
What fun to be alive!
l have my perfume on
It is the very best.
l must look nice and try so hard
To stand out from the rest.
l've practised dancing, weeksg
l know l must have grace
For girls that walk on people's shoes
Will surely feel the bliss.
The doorbell's ringing now
Where is my handkerchief?
l have my purse, my bracelet too-
That's all, to my relief.
Oh dear! What must l say?
The familyis sitting there
Were out at last and all is bright
l-le has the car to-night.
Our nation was founded
By the religiously oppressed
On these shores abounded
Freedom for the blessed.
They built a nation
And broke the sod
With faith and adoration
For a loving God!
Freedom is a priceless heritage
To have and to hold.
It is a great privilege
For both young and old.
To work and live in this broad land
And boost America for what it stands
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For the first time in the history of the school, modern dancing is part
of the physical education program.
Modern dancing is comparatively new, but it is growing in popularity
throughout the country, for it has developed to such an extent that profes-
sional troupes are touring the country to educate audiences to this new type
ln modern dancing we attempt to express an idea or meaning to the
audience through body movement.
The first program the class presented was "The Juggler of Notre Dame".
The group will also present the program of dances for the May festival which
will carry out the theme, "The Birthday of the lnfantan.
Meetings for technique and instruction are held weekly for it is necessary
to develop the finer skills through constant practice.
'iMusic washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." The
A Cappella Choir, organized in 1936, has been under the direction of Miss
Mary Elizabeth Douthat since the spring of l939.
Girls' Chorus, also directed by Miss Douthat, was organized in 1939
and has attained great success in progressive harmony.
The Choral Club, organized this year, is composed of I6 mixed voices.
It is a select group with one weekly rehearsal and both secular and sacred
music is sung.
Together these music organizations have brought to the students apprec-
iation and knowledge of good music and its effect upon the individual.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR OFFICERS
President .....................,..,..,.......... Dorothy Davis
Vice-President .......... ............ B ob Johnson
Secretary-Treasurer ..... Mary E. Chrisman
General Manager ..... .......,.., J ohn Hall
Historian ..........................................,. john Batlas
GIRLS CHORUS OFFICERS
President ...........,...,,........,...,.......... Lucille Hosey
Vice-President .......... .............. P earl Forbes
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ..... M ary E. Chrisman
General Manager ..... ...,.... R achel Simon
Historian .............. ..... V irginia Godfrey
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The senior celebrities were chosen by the vote of members of the Senior
Class. Those whose pictures are missing are Yvonne Gallaher, most Bashfulg
Bob I-Iill, tie for Peppiestg and Mary Strawn, Class Bluffer and most Pleas-
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louise Lorentz-Most Egotistical, Most Aliuring
Robert Stewart-Most Original, Most Talented.
Betty Le Snyder-Tied for best looking.
Robert Nluffly-Most Patient, Most Alluring.
Marian Smith-Most Patient, l-lealthiest
Sunny Vancilder-Best Dancer.
Helen Thompson-Best All-round, Most Popular, Most
Kenny Hewitt-Best All-round, Most Popular, Most
Pleasing Personality, Most Likely to Succeed, Most
Pearl Forbes-Teacher's Pet.
Eugene Holdsworth-Tied for Laziest.
Dorothea Morris-Most lclealistie.
Robert O"lVlally-Class C'own, Class Nuisance.
Mary Holmes-Most Likely to Succeed.
Gerrard Erskine--Best Dressed, Neatest.
Patsy Furman-Best Dressed, Neatest.
Robert Hough-Best Looking, Lady Killer.
Jessie Fielder-Cutest. Most Polite.
Jack Hines-Most Athletic.
Margaret Rosier-Most Religious.
James Anclyipfied for Best Dancer.
Betty Sue Painter--Most Athletic.
Andy DeMao-Tied for Laziest.
Betty Kay Brumbaugh-Happy-Go-Lucky, Slangiest, Class
Eugene Fowler-Tied for Best Dancer.
Margaret Leach-Most Stuclious, Most Talented.
George Batlas-Class Bluffer, Tied Most Polite.
George Fatt-Most Bashful.
Mary Steele-Class Nuisance.
jasper Davis-Smartest, Tied Most Polite, Teacher's Pet
fMost ldealistic, Most Stuclious.
Bob johnson-Most Egotistic.
Elwood Bucklew-Most Religious.
Mailyn Shannon-Wittest, Laziest, Most Original.
Warren Sharpenberg-Cutest, Happy-Go-Lucky, Wittiest.
Wink and her hair ribbons
Butch and her beer jacket
Tommy and Ham
Bob O'Malley and his admission slips
Joe Howell and his model UT"
Thomas Smith and his Demo pins
Mrs. Sheldon in the observatory
Batlas and his money box
Mr Price waiting for the absence blank at II3
Strawnie playing her records
Pee Wee Lough with Jeanne Trevillian
Kenny Hewitt in Miss Marple's room
Layman and Pell in the halls
Scott Davis in his third period Problems class
Coach Clyde's hair
Seniors making eyes at the University kids
Nellie at Rainbow Gardens
The remains of the stump
Mr. Davis surrounded by his admirers
The Four Musketeers-Kenny, Swede, Pe Wee and Murf.
Sammy Cavallaro with jean Price
Guilty faces in Detention Hall
Annual book store rush
The overcrowded "smoke hole" after dinner
Miss White painting flats
Mr. Dailey eating carriot.
People and Songs
Warren Sha rpenbur
Constantine Ca ravasos
Little Old Lady
l Love You Much Too Much
With the Wind and the Rain in Her Hair
What's the Matter With Me?
A Man and His Dream
Deep ln a Dream
When a Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry
South of the Border
ln An Old Dutch Garden
You Hit the Spot
l've Got My Eyes On You
l Thought About You
If l Didn't Care
Love ln Bloom
Stopl l't's Wonderful
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When spring-time comes to this world,
It will find peace and contentment hereg
But l feel sorry for those troubled souls,
With the war and strife over there.
l am glad that l am an American,
And live in a land that is free,
l am glad there is no war over here,
And l pray there never will be.
THE CLOCK ON THE MANTLE
The clock on the mantle is ticking away,
It tells us faithfully the time of the day.
It asks for so little
And helps us
The clock on
The clock on
It sees all our
the mantle keeps ticking away
sadness, our happiness gay,
It keeps all our secrets
It knows how we feel
But the clock on the mantle is a friend that is
THE ONE WHO NEVER
There is one who is silent,
You never can hear,
One who will help you, who is
There are those that say
They are friends to you
But just let something hard
Come up to do.
Go to them for advice,
And see what they say,
"Sorry l just couldn't
be bothered todayff'
But put it up to Him
Who is always true
A friend throughout life
No, He will never fail you.
the mantle is a friend that we trust
. vvheeling "We"
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King and Queen
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On fo Prison Ape Going Up
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"IF I WERE an editor lid make sure of two things-iirst,
""""-f......f-'-" that my editorial experience would not make me lead
a dog's life, and second, I'd not be consistently in the dog house with every
one including my instructors because of my yearbook activity. Bly way
would be to choose an outfit that does more than put their feet on my desk
and pat me on the back. lid call for Indeco service because it is complete
and the best help an editor can get in producing an unusual annual within
his budget. Ask the staff on this book if Pm not right."
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Has to Joh
Joh to Lit
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Seniors whose pictures are not in the book 43
ln Memoriam 44
Class Song 45
Class History 45
CLUBS Pages 46-69
Band and Orchestra 48-49
Mohigan ancl Red and Blue 50-5l
Honor Society and Us and Co. 52-53
Student C ounc il and Hi-Y 54-55
Thespians and Masquers 56-67
Civics and Demos 58-59
19-09 Home EC. Club and Ci.A.A.
Pep and Key Clubs 62-63
Girl Reserves and A.0.0. 64-65
Library and We Limited 66-67
SPORTS Pages 70-8l
Intramural Sports 80-8l
FEATURES Pages 82-l I0
Feature Pictures 84-l02
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