Morgantown High School - Mohigan Yearbook (Morgantown, WV)
- Class of 1944
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MORGANTOWN ' HIGI-I SCHOOL
MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA
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Cl'l00l- SPIRIT is en intangible that makes us feel e glow of pride
for the P881 when our school name ia mentioned -- a feeling of pride end
love coupled with a desire to better it and uphold its noble traditions.
Many of our community leaders graduated from this school which hee
e high reting throughout the etate. Since the achievement: of many alumni
have merited them Phi Beta Kappa memberehipa, credit ie due the eehool
for the fine scholastic hablte formed here. The standards and purposes of
M. H, S. hqvo produped heroes in this war who will alwoyt be G credit to
Our boy! end girls are nw seeing eetion on every fighting front in
the world , , . they participated ia the invasion of North Africa. they
front in the world . . . they participated in the invasion of North Africa. they
fousltt in the Solomons. end they helped capture Sicily and Attu. The
lieflfage of Morglntovm High School le rloh and, though our own immediate
hietory is still h the we fed that this "honored history" is also ours.
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O THE VERY capable guidance of the School Board do we owe the
high standards of our school. The direction of activities and financial re-
sponsibilities fall into their special sphere. Their task has not been an easy
one during this uncertain period.
The confidence and essentials we need to face the problems of the
present and the future have been given to us by our principals and teachers.
That we can trust their guidance is indicated by the reports from students in
the armed forces and by the success of many other graduates.
Although we take their services as a matter of course, we appreciate all
their efforts in what they are doing for us.
Some of our faculty members are contributing to the war effort through
defense work and by service in the armed forces.
HUAHII UF EIIUIIMIIIN
BOARD OF EDUCATION
FLOYD B. COX - Superintendent of Schools
L. F. MORRISON - Assistant Superintendeni of Schools
REBECCA C, CONAXVAY -- Board Member
CHARLES V. HARE - President of Board of Education
F. PAUL HARKER 1 Board Member
ROBERT CLARK - Asslstunl Superintendent of Svhools
Members Not ln Picture
DR. GEORGE F. l'Hll.l.ll'S D. O. MORRIS
Mr. Scott H. Davis, principal, has used his
extensive knowledge in any subject for the
good of Morgantown High School, its admin-
istration, its faculty, its students, and its
friends. He is one of the school's "foremost
faculty members" not only because of the
years spent here as teacher and adviser, but
also because of his friendly influence with
everyone and everything connected with the
school in general.
Mr. Davis received a Bachelor of Arts de-
gree from Fairmont State Teachers' College,
and a Master of Arts degree from West Vir-
C! U 9 .
Mr. Lynn Hastings, assistant principal, has
instilled the principles of right thinking and
clean living in the minds of those privileged
to make his acquaintance.
ln his years as adviser he has served the
administration, faculty, students, and friends
of Morgantown High School. Mr. Hastings
attended Fairmont State Teachers' College
and completed work for his Bachelor of Arts
and Master of Arts degree at West Virginia
University. From l9l6 to l93l he served as
superintendent of county schools and in 1939-
l940 as principal of Morgantown junior High
Dear Mr. Davis:
All eight of our clocks were
slow this morning.
Nirs. John Doe
What did you say, IVIr. Davis?
Inspecting the morning mail or
detention hall records ?
Erbie Albright, Juanita Bishop, Thomas Bulyarcl, Teresa Broderick
Elizabeth Byrd, Betty Carroll, Arthur Clyde, Olive Coffroth
Alma Donham, Cay Bennett lclen, Mort Moerth, Lula M. Jenkins
Edna Jones, Elizabeth Lawrence, Gertrude Linrlquist, Alclene Lothes
Iris McClure, Herbert MclVlillen, Ruth Manear, Dorothy Monk
Elizabeth Morgan, Francis Nzirrli, Velda Noland, Camilla Painter
Mabel Patterson, Elizabeth Peck, Estelle Randall, jack Roberts
Fred Ross, Fred Rundell, Mary Shay, Clara Sheldon
May Shriver, Frances Shultz, Hazel Simmons, Emmet Simmons
Georgina Smith, Charles Stevenson, Blanche Stonestreet, Mary Summerflelcl
Mabel Taylor, june Thorn, joseph Vance, Cornelia Waggener
Dorothy White, Mary Whitman
Elizabeth Aronson, Margaret Richards, O. D. Vifhitc
FACU LTY DIR ECTORY
ALBRIGI-IT, ERBIE-B.S.H.E., NV.V.U.: IVI.A., Teachers College, Columbia University:
University of Chicago: Home Economics: Home Economics Club.
BISHOP, JUANITA-A.B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: Xvestern Kentucky
State Teachers College: Typing.
BOLYARD, THOMAS A.-A.B., Broacldus College: W.V.U.: West Virginia Tech: Wood-
working, General Metal: Model Airplane Club.
BRODERICK, TERESA-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Journalism, English: Red and Blue Journal.
Mohigan, Quill and Scroll.
BYRD, ELIZABETH-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Northwestern University: Latin, Senior Class
CARROLL, ELIZABETH-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Problems of Democracy.
CLYDE, ARTHUR H.-B.S., Geneva College: M.A., University of Michigan: W.V.U.:
University of Illinois: History, Athletics: Varsity-M Sponsor.
COFIgROTI-I, OLIVE--A.B., IVI.A., Fairmont State Teachers Colle-ge: English: Key Club
DONHAM, ALMA I-I.-R.D.l-I., West Liberty State Teachers College: Registered Dental
Hygienist of Nlonongalia County Schools.
HOERTH, MORT E.-A.B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: A.C.A., Yvestern Ken-
tucky Teachers College: Northwestern University: Bookkeeping: National Honor
IDEN, GAY BENNETT-A,.B., M.A., W.V.U.: English, Senior Class Co-Sponsor.
JENKINS, LULA M.-A.B., Fairmont State Teachers College: M.A., W.V.U.: English.
JONES, EDNA--A.B., Barnard College: IVI.A., Columbia Graduate School of Political
Science: Teachers College, Columbia University: W.V.U.: Problems of Democracy.
LAWRENCE, ELIZABETH-A.B., W.V.U.: B.S.L.S., Colurribia University: University of
Illinois: Library, Library Assistants Sponsor, Bookstore.
LINDQUIST, GERTRUDE E..-B.S. in Education, W.V.U.: Mathematics: Tri-Hi-Y Co-
LOTHES, ALDENE MORRIS-A.B., IVI.A., W.V.U.: Speech, English: Tri-Hi-Y Co-
MOCLURE, IRIS--A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Mathe'matics, Physics: Photography Club Sponsor.
MCIVIILLEN, I-IERBERT-A.B., IVI.A., W.V.U.: West Liberty Normal School: Chemistry:
Honor Society Sponsor.
IVIANEAR, RUTH-A.B., W.V.U.: Columlbia University, George Peabody College: Social
Studies, American I-listory: Student Council Sponsor.
MONK, DOROTI-IEA PEAIRS--A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Bryn Mawr College: Spanish.
French, and Art.
MORGAN, ELIZABETH--B.S., W.V.U.: Fairmont State Teachers College: Cornell Uni-
versity: I-lome Economics.
NARDI, FRANCIS L.-B.S., Bradley Polytechnic, Peoria, Illinois: Fairmont State Teach-
ers College: W.V.U.: Auto Mechanics, Industrial Arts.
NOLAND, VELDA-A.B., Fairmont State Teachers College: M.A., New York University:
W.V.U.: English: General Assembly Chairman, Inter-Club Council Adviser.
PATTERSON, MABEL F.-B.S.H.E., W.V.U.: Columbia University: Home Economics:
School Social Chairman.
PAINTER, CAlVllLLA-B.S. in Education: M.S., W.V.U.: English, Bible History: Projec-
tion Crew Co-Sponsor.
PECK, ELIZABETH T.-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: English: Pep Society Sponsor.
RANDALL, ESTELLE-A.B., Bowling Green College of Commerce: W.V.U., Fairmont
State Teachers College: Columbia University: Shorthand.
RICHARDS. MARGARET D.-A.B., M.S., W.V.U.: Biology.
ROBERTS, JOHN-B.S., M.S., W.V.U.: Physical Education, Boys lntramural Activities.
Athletics: US and CO Sponsor.
ROSS, FRED-A.B.. Salem College: M.S.. W.V.U.: University of Nvisconsin: Ohio State
University: Biology, Chemistry: Hi-Y Co-Sponsor.
SHAY, MARY-A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University: Bowling Green University: Typing.
Sl-EJLDON, CLARA F.-A.B., University of Nebraska: A.lVl., W.V.U.: Biology.
SHRIVER, MAY--A.B., W.V.U.: Bookkeeping: School Treasurer.
SHULTZ, FRANCES-Morgantown High School, Office Secretary.
SIMMONS, EMMET-A.B., Davis and Elkins College: Band, lnstrumental Music: Hi-Y
SIMMONS, HAZEL IRENE-A.B., Marshall College: Shorthand, Typing, Bookkeeping,
Selling, Penmanship, Spelling, Commercial Law.
SMITH, GEORGINA-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Teachers College, Columbia University:
STEVENSON, CHARLES A.-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Chicago University, University ot
burgh: Drafting: Civics Club Sponsor.
STONESTREET, BLANCHE-A.B., M.A., West Virginia Vfesleyanz University of Chicago:
Columbia University: W.V.U.: Mathematics: Astronomy Club Sponsor.
SUMME.RFlE.LD, MARY E.LlZABETH-B.S. in Public School Music, W.V.U.: Nlusic: A
Cappella, Girls' Chorus, Boys' Chorus.
TAYLOR, MABEL RUTH-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: English: Masquers Sponsor.
THORN, JUNE. METZ--B.S. in Physical Education, W'.V.U.: Physical Education: Girls
Recreation Association Sponsor: Cheerleaders.
VANCE., JOSEPH C.-A.B., M.A., YV.V.U.: Problems of Democracy: Sophomore Class
WAGGONER, CORNELIA--A.B.. Pratt lnstitute, W.V.U., Penn State: Art: Palette and
Brush Club Sponsor: Director of Monongalia County Art Program.
WHlTE, DOROTHY STONE-A.B., M.A., W.V.U.: Marietta College, Carnegie Institute
of Technology: National Thespians and Stage Crew Sponsor: Director of O.C.D.,
Little Theater of the Air. '
WHITE.. O. D.--B.S., M.S., W.V.U.: Vo-Ag: Future Farmers of America Sponsor.
WHITMAN, MARY A.-A.B.. Athens College: B.S., Peabody College, Nashville, Ten-
nessee: M.A., W.V.U.: Mathematics.
REGINALD POWELL EARL L. DAILEY
September 6, l926 - December 20, 1943 September 26, l894 - january IU, 1944
Nlember of Senior Class Former Teacher in the Mathematics Department
EMMA JANE McCARTNEY
September 23, IQZ7 - January ll, 1944
Member of Sophomore Class
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ODES ON EDUCATION
The other morning, very early, just before the break of day,
l met a boy with a lantern trying to find his weary way.
"Where are you going?" I cried.
"To Physical Fitness," he replied.
'Twas noon and the bell rang upon the third floor,
l saw a crowd of people lunge and press around a door.
"What's in that room?" I asked.
"The Cafeteria," someone gasped.
Leaving detention hall not long ago at noon
I stumbled o'er a student who had fallen in a swoon.
I cried, "What are you frightened for?"
She sighed, "There's candy in the candy store."
-William Simington, ' 44
Training in Precision.
Forums for Seniors.
Problems of Democracy
Hunt and Peck System.
Training for Next Year's Macbeth
Sound Your A's.
Chow Line Forms to the Right.
Mastering the Art of Speech.
Preparation for the Best Victory Gardens.
Practical Construction in Woodworking.
2 -1- 2 Z 4
Staff of a First Rate Paper.
Among the Books.
Valuable Industrial Training.
Training and lndustrial Machine Shop
Romance ??? Language.
The Master Touch.
Practice Makes Perfect.
Hold That Line.
'American Landscape' '.
TO THE CLASS OF '44
You've come to the end of the mile, at last
With books and cokes and lockers in your past.
You were a Sophomore, green and new,
Now you're a Senior, almost through.
You were a junior, experienced and flighty
But now you're a Senior, high and mighty.
You've gone many times through the study hall door
And come out no different than you were before,
You've seen assemblies, sat on the grass, '- I l '
Laughed in Rogers, slept in your class,
You saw him or met her here
Gosh, what a time you had that year!
You remember Hi-Y and Us and Co. Revue
Both were as good as if they were newg
And don't forget Pep Society and Key
And the May Queen was one thing you had to see.
Remember French and grades so low
Or Mr. lVlclVlillen and H,O?
Yes, you've finished school and know more than before
So here's to the Class of '44,
--Ruth Roby, '45,
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HE SENIOR CLASS of Morgantown High School is a fine example of
school spirit. During the three years we have been attending this school we
have caught the glow of pride of former students and made contributions of
our own that stimulate the love we feel for M. H. S.
To our predecessors we owe . . . the high rating given our school for
scholastic achievements . . . superb basketball and football teams. Our
athletic field is named for Pony Lewis, an athlete of whom we are all proud
. . . graduates have gone from here to become leaders in professions, industry,
and the armed forces.
Yes, the past offers much of which to be proud -- but so does the
present. The basketball team won the big Ten Championship this year.
Members of the class of '44 have already joined the armed forces and many
more will follow soon after graduation. Our motto expresses our ambition
to make the future successful as a tribute and a contribution to Morgantown
President ......... ....... ........,...... ..... M i c hael Wilson
Vice President ...., .,..... . Robert Stuitz
Secretary ........ ...... D elores Eddy
Treasurer .,.. ,,..... R ita Stenger
Historian ........ ....... S haron Luikart
MARTHA ABBOTT-Girl Reserves 2, 3: Tri-
Hi-Y 4: Honor Society 3, 4.
JACK AITKEN--H.-Y 4, I-Ii-Y Minstrel, I-Ii-Y
Sports 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
BETH AI.I.EIVIAN-Library Assistants 3, 4,
Secretary 3, President 4: Inter-Club Council
4, Secretary 4: Honor Society 4: GRA 4:
JAMES ANDERSON-Glee Club.
KEITH ARNETT-Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 3: A
Capella 4: Glee Club: Varsity IVI: Track 2,
3, 4: Intramural Basketball.
BETTY BABER--A Capella Z, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
4: Photography Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2.
WALTER BAKER-US 6: CO 2. 3, 4.
EDITH BALOG-Girl Reserves 2: AOO 3, 4.
BILLIE BARKER--Photography Club 2, 3, 4:
"l..othes' Speech Sharks" 4.
LARUE BAUER--Pep 3, 4: Treasurer 4: GRA
2, 3, 4: Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4: May Festi-
val 2, 3: Nlohigan 3, 4, Art Editor 4: Hi-Y
WIILLIAIVI BECKETT1Quill ISI Scroll 4: Red
and Blue journal 3, 4.
ROSS BELL--Boys Civic Club.
ARTHUR BUEHLER--Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Min-
strel 2, 3, 4, Properties 2, Dance Chairman
4: Basketball Squad 4: Band Executive 4.
IRENE BEVELACK-Girl Reserves 2, 3: Clee
Club 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club I.
KENNETH BOND-Red Sc Blue journal 4: H.
R. Vice President 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3.
ROBERT BOWERS-US Bc CO' 3, 4: lntru
mural Sports 2, 3. 4.
CARMELITA BRUTTO-CRA 2, 3, 4: Key 4
lnter-Club Council 4.
JAMES BUCKLEYV-lntramural Sports 2, 3
H. R. Treasurer 3.
JESSIE BUCKLEW-Girl Reserves: Tri-Hi-Y 3.
IMOCIENE BUZZARD-Modern Dancing 4: H.
R. Secretary 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Orchestra 2:
Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3.
W'lLLlAM CADY-US 6: CO. 2. 3. 4: Red 6:
Blue journal 3, 4, Sports Editor 4.
MQDRTHA CALANDRELLI-Home Ec. 2: A. O.
EVA CAMPBELL-G. R. A. 3, 4: Glee Club
4: Red 61 Blue journal 4.
WILLIAM CARTER-Nlasquers 3: Honor So-
ciety 4: Photography Club 4: Band 2, 3, 4:
Projection Crew 4.
LINCOLN CARTLEDCE-Band 2: Orchestra
2: Thespians 3, 4: Stage Crew 3, 4.
MATll..DA CASTACNERl-Clee Club 2, 4.
LONA CASTEEL-Student Council 2, 3: H. R.
President 2, Vice President 3: Home Ee. Club
3: Honor Society 3, 4: A. O. O. 4: Vice
JULIA CHESTER-A. O. O. 4: H. R. Presi
RUTH CHlTTUlVl-A Capella 2, 3, 4, Reporter
4: Girls Chorus 2, 3: Clee Club 2, 3, 4:
Home EC. Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, President
4: lnter-Club Council 3, 4.
JO ANNE CLARK-Pep 3, 4: G. R. A. 3, 4:
Mohigan 4: Red 6: Blue journal 3, 4: Man-
aging Editor 4: Quill 61 Scroll 4: Library
Assistants 4: Girls Chorus 2.
ROSALIE CLARK-A Capella 2, 3: Girl Re-
serves 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
CALVIN CLlNCAN-Duces: Football.
DORIS CODDINCTON-Key 3, 4, Historian 4:
C. R. A. 2, 3. 4: Quill 6a Scroll 4: Red 6:
Blue journal 3, 4: Modern Dancing 2, 3:
May Festival 2: Hi-Y Minstrel 3, 4: Masquers
2: Clee Club: Nlohigan 4.
JOSEPH COLl.ETT-l'lonor Society: Student
RUTH CORE-Girl Reserves 2: Masquers 3:
Modern Dancing 2, 3.
MERLE CORE-Photography Club 2, 3.
OLIVE MAE COULSON-Tri-Hi-Y 4: Corres-
ponding Secretary 4: A Capella 4g Modern
Dancing 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3, Vice Presi-
dent 3: C-lee Club.
MARY ANN COX-GRA 4: Pep 2, 3, 4: Secre-
tary 3, President 4: Library 4, Secretary 4:
Girls Chorus 2: Clee Club 2: Thespians 4:
Vice President Sophomore Class 2: Honor
Society, Secretary 4: "American Landscape"
4: "Junior Miss" 4.
E.LDON CUPPETT---Culee Club 4.
FILOMENA D'AMICO-Glee Club 2, 4: Girl
JOHNNY DANSER-Intramural Basketball 6:
Softball 2, 3.
KATHLEEN DAVIES--A Capella 3, 4: Glee
Club 3, 4: Aviation Club 3: Cnirls Chorus 3.
MARION DAVIES--Home Ec. 2, 3, 4: A Ca-
pella 2, 3, 4: Cleo Club 2, 3, 4: Girls Chorus
CLARK DAVIS--Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4:
ELAINE DAVIS-A. O, O. 2.
ELIZABETH DAVIS-Palette 6: Brush 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Vice President 4: Inter-Club
Council 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Cirl Re-
serves 2, 3: Tri-l'li-Y 4, Treasurer 4: Nlod-
ern Dancing 2: Model Airplanes Club 3.
FRANK DECARLO-Duces 3, 4: Varsity IVI 4:
Intramural Sports 3: Football 4.
BARBARA DELYNN-Pep 3, 4: Honor Society
4: Thespians 4: "American Landscape",
DELORES EDDY-A. O. O. 3, 4, President 4:
Girl Reserves 2, 3, Secretary 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4:
Xvorsl-lip Chairman 4: Aviation Club 2: Class
Secretary 4: Inter-Club Council 3, 4.
ROY EMINC-ER-Football 3: Track 3, 4.
MARY FARMER-Pep 3, 4, Secretary 4: Honor
Society 3, 4: Thespians 4: Red 8: Blue Jour-
nal 4: Mohigan 4: US 61 CO. Revue 3: Hi-Y
Minstrel 3: Library Assistants 4.
LOVELA FOSTER -- Glee Club 4g Modern
Dancing 2, 3.
MARGARET FATT-Student Council 2, Secre-
tary 2: H. R. President 2: Modern Dancing.
BARBARA FAULKNER-Pep 2, 3, 4: Thes-
pians 4: Stage Crew 4: Red 6: Blue journal
4: H. R. Treasurer 3: "American Lanscapeu
4: ulunior Miss" 4: "Out of Frying Pan" 3:
Honor Society 4.
NIARY LOIS FETTY-Girl Reserves 2, 3, Vice-
President 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Tbespians 4: Mardi
ROBERT Fl'ELD-Band 2, 3, 4, Sergeant 4:
JACK FlSH!ER-F. F. A. 2, 3, Vice President 3.
JEAN FISHER-C. R. A. 3, 4, Corresponding
Secretary 4: Pep 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4.
VISGINIA FlSHERiCirl Reserves 3: Tri-Hi-
MARY FLETCHER-C. R. A. 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4: H. R. President 3: Pep 3: Student
Council 3: Class Vice President 3: Inter-Club
Council 3: Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4.
MARY LOUISE FLUMM--Pep 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3: Historian 4: C.. R. A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
Member 3: Mohigan 3, 4: Editor 4: Library
Assistants 3. 4, President 4.
IRENE. FORBES-Clee Club 2, 4: A Capella
4: Modern Dancing 2, 3: Girl Reserves 3:
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Secretary 4: May Festival 2, 3.
AMELIA FRATTO-A Capella 2, 3, 4: Crlee
Club 2, 3, 4: Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4: Red 6:
Blue journal 2, 3.
W'lLLlAM FURFARI-Duces 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 4: lnter-Club Council 4: lntramural
Sports 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3.
HELEN FUMICH-A. O. O. 2, 3, 4.
DONALD FURMAN-Band l. 2, 3, 4: Orches-
tra I, 3: Photography Club 2, 3, 4: Boys
Civic Club 2, 3, 4: Mohigan 3: Tbespians 3,
4: Projection Crew 3, 4.
l..lLLlE GABBERT-H. R. President 2: Student
DORIS CALL--Library Assistants 3, 4, Vice
President 4: Cr. R. A. 3, 4: Home Ec. Club
2, 3, Secretary 3: Art Club 2.
XVILLADENE GALLACHER - Photography
Club 3: Masquers 3: A Capella 4.
EMMA GASTON-Masquers 2: Art Club 2, 3,
4: Mobigan 3, 4, Art Editor 4: Library As-
CECIL GATES--Photography Club 2, 3, 4,
President 4: Duces 3, 4, Secretary ISL Treas-
urer 4: Projection Crew 2, 3, 4: Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Vice President 4: junior Class
Secretary: Band 2, 3, 4: F. A. A. 2, 3.
FLORINE GATIAN-'ll. R. Treasurer 4.
LARRY GEORGE-Boy's Civics Club 3, 4:
Band 2, 3, 4.
W'lLLlAlVl Lill.55Nl',K-U5 Gt CO. 3, 4, Us GK
CO. Revue 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Band 2: ln-
tramural Sports 3, 4.
HELEN GLADIS-Home Ec. Club 3: Cirl Re-
serves 3: C-lee Club 2.
FRED C-ODFREY-Band 3, 4: Cheerleader 2:
"American Landscape" 4.
ERWIN COLDSMITH--Boy's Civic Club 2, 3.
4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: lntramural Sports
3, 4: Red 15: Blue Journal 4.
BILLIE GOODVVIN-C-. R. A. 2, 3. 4: Modern
Dancing 3: Physical Education Assistant 2,
MARGARET GRAY-A Capella 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4:
Spanish Club 3: Palette Bc Brush 4.
CATHERINE GREGORY-C. R. A. 2, 3. 4:
Masquers 2, 3, 4: Red 51 Blue Journal 3.
EVELYN CUTHRIE-C. R. A. 2, 3. 4: Mas-
quers 2. 3: Tlxespians 4.
LORRAINE GUTHRIE-A Capella 2, 3. 4.
Secretary 4: C. R. A. 2, 3, 4: Honor Society
4: Library Assistants 3, 4: Glee Club 2:
Girls Chorus 2, 3, President 3.
MILDRED CUTHRlE-Honor Society 3, 41
Vice President 4.
JOHN JOSEPH HALKI-Hi-Y 3, 4: Band Man-
ager 4: Orchestra 4: Masquers 2, 3: H. R.
Vice President 4: Hi-Y Minstrel 3. 4: Red 51
Blue journal 4, Sports Editor 4: Moluigan
Sports 4: "Ever Since Eve" 4.
VVANDA HAGEDORN-Glee Club 2: Student
Council 2: H. R. President 2: Red Si Blue
Journal 3, 4.
DARRELL HARLESS-lntramural Sports 2, 3.
BETTY HARPER-A. O. O. Z, 3: lnter-Club
PAULlNE l"lASKlNS--Transfer from Follans-
bee High School.
ELEANOR HARVVORTH-A Capella 3, 4:
Band 3, 4: Orcluestra 2: Culee Club 3, 4: Mo-
lmigan 4. Business Manager 4: Red Bc Blue
journal 3, 4: Pep 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Quill
QSL Scroll 4: Hi-Y Minstrel 3: US 61 CO Re-
RUTH HEADLEE-G. R. A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
Member 2, 3: Library Assistants 3, 4: Inter-
Club Council 4, President 4: Honor Society
3, 4: Red 6: Blue Journal 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4,
Corresponding Secretary 4: Girl Reserves 2.
DORlS JEAN HEDLESTEN-Pep 3, 4, Vice
President 4: GRA 2, 3, 4: Modern Dancing
3: Hi-Y Minstrel 3: Moliigan 4, Literary Ed-
itor 4: Red Bc Blue journal 4: Quill 6: Scroll
4: lnter-Club Council 4.
ARCHlE HOVVELL-F. F. A. 3, 4: Glee Club
LOUISE I-IOOPER-AOO 3, 4: Secretary 6:
BONNA IIUNSINGER-AOO 3, 4: Girls Chorus
3: Home Room Secretary 4.
DAVE JACOBS-US Ik CO 2, 3, 4.
NANCY ,IARVIS-Pep 3, 4, Secretary 4: Quill
Sc Scroll 3, 4, President 4: Red 6: Blue jour-
nal 3, 4, Editor 4: Mohigan 4: Inter-Club
Council 3: Honor Society 4: Hi-Y Minstrel
VIRGINIA JOHNSON-Girls Chorus 2: A Ca-
pella 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: Pep 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3: G. R. A, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4:
Quill on Scroll 4: Thespians 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4: Library .Assistants 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 4: Red 61 Blue journal 4: "Out of the
Frying Pann: Inter-Club Council 4: "Ever
Since Eve" 4: Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4.
EVELYN JONES-Home Ec. 3: Girls Chorus 2.
JASPER KALO-H. R. President 2: Intramural
Sports: Honor Society 4.
NELDA KINNAN-G. R. A. 2, 3, 4: Red 61
Blue journal 4: US 6: CO Revue 3: Mardi
Gras 2, 3.
PEGGY KNAPP-Pep 3, 4: GRA 2, 3, 4: Reel
6: Blue journal 3, 4: Mohigan 4: Glee Club.
WALTER KOEHLER-US 6: CO 2. 3. 4, Vice
President 3, President 4: Thespians 3, 4,
President 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Varsity M
2, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Projection
Crew 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 2, 3, 4:
Stage Crew 3.
ALMA KRAUS-GRA 3, 4: Orchestra 2: Band
3, 4, President 4: Honor Society 3, 4: A Ca-
pella 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
MYRA KRAUSE-Girl Reserves 2, 3, President
3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: A. O. O. 3, 4, Vice President
4: Honor Society 3, 4: Glee Club 2.
ELEANOR LAIRD - Transfer from Bellaire
FRED LANTZ-H. R. Vice President 3: Presi-
dent 4: Aviation Club 2: Student Council 4:
Book Store 3, 4: Intramural Sports 4: Honor
MAURICE LEATHERIVIAN--US 64 CO 3. 4,
US Bc CO Revue 3: Basketball 2: Intramural
Sports 3, 4: Champs 3: Band 2.
ALICE LIVESAY-G. R. A. 2: Majurette 2, 3:
Modern Dancing 2.
ARTHUR LIBERATORE-Intramural 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM LOONEY--Hi-Y 3, '14, Hi-Y Min-
strel 4, Secretary 4, Bancl 2, 3, 43 lntramural
Sports 2, 3, 4.
SHARON LUlKART-Red gl Blue Journal 4,
Senior Class Historian 4: Honor Society 4.
RUTH ANN lVlcGlNNlS-Pep 5, 4, Presirlent
4: lnter-Club Council 43 G. R. A. 3, 4,
Treasurer 4g Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer 43 Stuclent Council 4, Vice Presi-
dent 45 H. R. President 4: Red 51 Blue Jour-
nal 3, 4, Managing Editor 43 Honor Society
4, Nlohigan 4, l-li-Y Minstrel 4.
CONSTANCE MCLAIN-Pep 3, 43 C. R. A. 3.
4: Tlxespians 3, 4, Secretary 4: "American
Landscape" 4, "Junior Nliss" 4.
HELEN MACZKO--A. O. O. 3, 42 Girl Re-
serves 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Home EC. 2: Mod-
lVl.ADlA---palette 34 Brusli 2, 3.
WAYNE lVlAlN-Glree Club 32 H. R. Officer 2.
THOMAS lVlAR5llALl.--l7notloeill 2, 3, 45 Var-
sity Nl 4: Duces Club 3, 4.
GLENN lVlARTlN-Civic Club 3, 4, Cleo Club
23 Boxing 6: Wrerstling.
DORCAS MANEAR-Home lic. Club 3. 4,
Secretary 4, Library Assistants 3, 4, Band
MARY MEDVICK-Home Ec. Club 2. 3g Girl
Reserves 2, 33 A. O. O. 3. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4
PAUL MEDRICK-Football 4: Varsity lVl 4. i
RONALD MATHENY-Student Counril 43 H.
R. President 4.
PATTY lVllLLE.R-Palette Sc Brush 2, 33 Key 3:
Student Council 2, 3.
ALTA NELL lVllTCl'lELL
MARY STELLA NICHOLICH-Glee Clulv 3, 41
Key 43 Girls Chorus 2, 3.
FREDA NUCE-A. O. O. 4: Honor Society 45
H. R. Secretary 3.
SUSAN Ol.lVERlO--Glen Club 2, 3, 4,
WlLl,lAM O'NEAL---Glen Clula 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA OSBORNE-Nloclern Dancing l, lg
Stage Crew l: Tlmespians 2.
DOROTHA PAC-E-Girls Chorus Z: lvloclcrn
Dancing 2, 3, 4: Tlmf-spfans 43 Pep 3, 45 G.
R. A. 3, 4: "Junior Miss", Stuclent Director,
May Festival 2, 3.
JOAN PETERSON-Key 3, 41 Rf-cl 54 Blue
DICK Pllulu--Footlmall l. 2, 1, 43 Basketball l,
2, 33 Track l, 2, 31 Durex 3.
PRlCE.--Pep Z, 3, 4: Palette' iii Brush
2, 3, 4: lVlol'1ig.m 3: Mardi Gras 3, Modern
Dancing 2: Junior Class Treasurer.
MARY KATHLEEN l3RlCE
PEGGY JOYCE PROVlNS
REGIS REl'lANEK-Track 3, 4, lntramural
Sports 3, 4.
BETTY JUNE ROBISON
LILA LEE ROBISON-G. R. A. 2, 3, 4, Pep
3, 45 Nlasquers 2, 3: Red ZS: Blue Journal 43
"Saturday Evening Ghost" 3: Nlodern Danc-
ing 23 Nlarrli Gras 3: Banul 4: Tlxespians 3,
4: H. R. Vice Presirlent 3.
GERALD ROGERS-Bzand 2, 3, 4.
BETTY LOU ROSE
ANNABELLE ROYCE-Bancl 2, 3, 43 Secre-
tary 4: Stuclcnt Counvil 2.
MARY ELLEN SATTERFIELD
IOANNE SCI-IENCK-Key 3, 43 Thespians 3,
43 Red Sr Blue Journal 4.
ROSE MARIE SELLARO--A Capella 4: Glee
Club 2, 3, 41 Modern Dancing 23 Home Ee.
Club 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 3.
RUBY SHAFFER--H. R. Secretary 2. 33 Mocl-
ern Dancing 2, 33 Candy Store 3, 4.
DORIS SHEETS-Modern Dancing 2, 33 Nlas-
quers 2, 33 Production Staff of "Saturday
Evening Ghost" 33 Student Director of
"American Lanclscape"3 G. R, A. 2, 3, 43
Key 43 Thespians 43 Vice President H. R. 4.
BETTY LOU SHELHAMER-Girl Reserves 2,
33 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Library Assistants 3, 43 Mas-
quers 33 Inter-Club Council 33 "Saturday
Evening Ghost" 3: "Tune In" 23 Red 6: Blue
FRANCES SHEPHERD-G. R. A. 2, 3, 4:
Home Ec. Club 2, 3.
GLORIA JEAN Sl-IIFLETT
RITA SIDLER-G. R. A. 2, 3.
NWILLIAM SIMINGTON-Tluespians 3, 43 Mas-
quers 2, 3: Vice President 33 uTune In" 23
HOut of the Frying Pan" 3: Usaturday Eve-
ning Ghostui urxrnerican Landscape" 43
"junior Miss" 43 Stage Crew 3, 43 Assem-
blies 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA LEE SMITH--G. R. A. 2, 3, 43
Tliespians 43 Stage Crew 43 Palette 8: Brush
3, 43 Modern Dancing 2.
VERA SNYDER-A Capella 23 G. R. A. 2, 3.
43 Girls Chorus 23 H. R. President 23 Pep 3,
43 Student Council 23 Cheerleader 2, 33 Hi-
Y Minstrel 2, 3, 4.
JANE ANN SPANGLER-G. R. A. 2, 3, 4g Key
43 Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4.
MAHLON SPEICHER-Hi-Y, Hi-Y Minstrel 4:
Corresponding Secretary 43 Band 2. 3, 43
Intramural Sports 2, 33 Club Sports 4.
MARY STADDON-A Capella 43 Glee Club 2..
IRENE STALNAIHQER--Band 3. 4.
VIRGINIA STEELE-Art Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-
Y 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4.
RITA STENCER-Red 6: Blue journal 3, 4.
Editor 4: C.. R. A. 2, 3, 4: Mardi Gras 3:
Pep 3, 4: Quill 51 Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President:
Nlohigan 3: H. R. Vice President 4: Honor
Society 4: Senior Class Treasurer 4.
SONIA STILL-Palette Gi Brush 3, Secretary 3:
Girl Reserves 2: Tri-Irli-Y 3.
BEN STOUT--Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treas-
urer 4: Thespians 3, 4: Honor Society 4:
Student Council 2, 4 ,President 4: Band 2, 3,
4: Photography Club 2, 4: H. R. President
LEE STRIMBECK-US 8: CO 2, 3, 4. Treas-
urer 2, Secretary 3, President 4: Football
Reserves 3: Stage Crew 4: Inter-Clulu Coun-
cil 3: Track 3, 4.
ROBERT STULTZ--Senior Class Vice Presi-
dent: US 84 CO 3, 4: US Bi CO Revue 3, 4,
Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Cheerleader
3. 4: Stage Crew 3, 4: Student Council 3:
Honor Society 4.
RAY SUIVIMERS-I-I. R. Vice President 3.
LYDIA SOIVIIVIAVILLA-Honor Society: Slu-
JOAN SWINK-GRA 3, 4: Nloliigan 4: Pep 3,
4: C-lee Club.
ROBERT TALBOTT-Transfer from Elkins
High School. Hi-Y President 4: Honor So-
ciety, President 4: H. R. President 4: Student
HELEN TAMASKA-Clee Club 2, 3, 4.
GEORGIA TAYLOR-Home En. Club 3, 4:
Red or Blue journal 3, 4: Co-Editor State
Home Economics News Letter.
JERRY TAYLOR-Photography Club 2, 32
Masquers 2. 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Nlohigan 3.
OYCE THOMPQON G R A 3 4' Mod rn
J ' . .-- . ..,, c
Dancing 3: Pep 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3: Cilee
Club 2: Red 51 Blue journal 4.
ELIZABETH THORN-A. O. O. 3, 4.
ROBERT TRICKETT-US 81 CO 3, 4, Vice
President 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
MADALYN UPHOLD-Home Ec. Club 2. 3.
4, Secretary 4: Glee Club 2, 4.
.ALFRED VALENTINE-Intramural Sports I,
2, 3, 4: Class Secretary I.
.ANNE VANDERVORT--G. R. A. 3. 4: Honor
Society 3, 4: Secretary 4: Thespians 3, 4:
"American Landscape" Business Manager:
Modern Dancing 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Minstrel 3:
"Out of the Frying Pan" 3: Sophomore
INA VANNOY--Model Airplane Club 2, 3.
NICKIE VERIKIOS-A. O. O. 3, 4.
JAMES WADE--Boys' Civic Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4: Red fic Blue Journal 4: Intramural
Sports 2, 3, 4: Champions 3: Band 2, 3, 4:
All State 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Mardi Gras 3.
FLORA VVARD-G. R. A. 2. 3. 4: Girls Bas-
ketball Tcam 2, 3, 4: Physical Education As-
sistant 3, 4.
KITTY VVEAVER-Pep 3, 4: C. R. A. 4: Band
l, 2, 3.
VIVIAN WINDELI.-Band 2, 3: Modern Danc-
ing 2, 3: May Festival 2, 3: "The Juggler of
Notre Damen: G. R. A. 3, 4: Mardi Gras 3:
BILLIE WESTON-Clee Club 3, 4: A Capella
REID VVHITE.-+Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3:
Photography Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Pro-
jection Crew 2, 3, 4: Mohigan 4: A Capella
4: I-Ii-Y Nlinstrcl 3, 4: H. R. Vice President
4: Intramural Basketball 4: Inter-Club Conn--
HARRIETT VVIEDEBUSCH--Pep 2, 3, 4: Vicejf0'fA
President 3: Ci. R. A. 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3, 1 u
4: Mohigan 3, 4: Art Editor 4: Hi-Y Minstrel
3: US G1 CO Revue 3.
MICHAEL VVILSON-President Senior Class:
Honor Society 3, 4, President 4: US Gi CO 3, DKIAH5,
4, Secretary 4: Thespians 4: Track 3, 4:
"Junior Nlissu 4: Intramural Boxing 61
Wrestling 2, 3, 4: H. R. President 3.
RICHARD WILT-Il. R. President 4: Student
WILLIAM VVINDEL-Band 2, 4: Vice President
VVILMA MAE WOLFE-l-lonor Society 3, 4. I
MARY WOODALI.-Glee Club 2: A Capella
RUSSELL WOODFOARD-Band 2, 3: Glee Club.
BILL WOTRINC--US 61 CO Z, 3, 4: Football
2, 3, 4.
CAMERA SHY SENIORS
CHARLES BARKER '
ELIZABETH THORN BERRY'
ANTHON BLONIARZ '
TALINDO BONFILI -
DOROTHY BOWEN -
JEAN F ICKEY
MYRA ALICE FORTNEY'
ANNA LOUISE FRIEND'
KENNETH KELLY '
NVILLIAM SCOTT KELLY
BETTY JO BLOSSER KENNEDY
STUART KING '
JOHN LUCAS '
PATRICK LYNCH '
MAXWELL F. MARTIN'
ROBERTS REID .
MARY OWEN SCHERR'
JOE SCHIFANO ,
JEANNE EVELYN SPIKER
RAFAEL VILAR '
GLORIA ZACCAGNINI '
The members of the class of 1944 chose as their motto, "Today we
follow, tomorrow we lead." The class colors are red and white and the
flowers are red and white carnations.
They entered Morgantown High School as sophomores in September,
1941. As juniors, they sponsored the Saint Patrick Swing and in November
of this year, the annual Thanksgiving dance, the Turkey Hop.
A Senior Class moving picture, "All This and Education, Too," de-
picting an average day of school life at Morgantown High School for the
typical boy and girl student, was shown to the faculty and student body as
part of the Class Day program. lt was planned and produced by members of
the Senior Class with the aid of the class sponsors and the Photography
The senior play, presented in the school auditorium on the evening of
April 28, was a comedy in three acts, "Ever Since Eve," directed by Mrs.
The two most important events of the three years at Morgantown High
School for the 268 members of the class of '44, the Senior Prom and gradua-
tion, were held on May 26 and May 29.
The members of this class have aided in salvage drives and bought
war stamps and bonds in addition to other outside war activities. Many of
its young men have entered the armed services and more will go immediately
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HE. JUNIOR CLASS under the leadership of Miss Georgina Smith. the
new sponsor, engaged in the customary activities for the year.
The usual method of organization of the class was changed somewhat.
For several years the class has held a regular monthly meeting at which time
the business of the class was transacted. This year the home room presidents
and a representative chosen by each home room made up a cabinet which
transacted the business for the entire group. Reports were then made to the
home rooms. Nominations for oEicers were made by this cabinet and the
home rooms elected officers for the year.
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Miss Georgina Smith
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Mary I... Biafora
Esther Benny Brock
Betty Lou Core
Arla Belle Holce
Dawn Carolyn Kite
Alma Jean Nloat
Betty Lou Pauley
Lucy Ann Sisler
Mary Frances Th
Mary Lou VanCilde
Norma ,lean Venham
fTune: "W. 8: l... Swingnj
Hurrah for our own Red and Blue
We're the school with the team
That will show you.
Loudly we cry out with pride,
For we'll always stand side by side.
Give a cheer for the team we love best,
For we know they will beat out all the rest,
They will fight for our Morgantown High
Come on and fight, with all your might,
We're all behind you.
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NEXT YEAR WILL . ..
Rudy Duranti still sell gas?
Dawn Carolyn Kite wear Hsocksn?
Joanne Parsons buy a non-Sinatra recorcl?
Don Lamb be cuter?
Dick Jacquet still be laughing?
Bob Tennant be an end-man?
Artie Smith be a juvenile?
lnky-Do still be so-o-o shy?
Marjorie Tower still play the piano?
jim Lewis still be "umbriago"?
Joyce Holstein still Hluff us"?
Ginny Tait still have rosie cheeks?
Bob LeRoy still be asleep?
Bob Romine still take his girl for a walk in the Oak Grove Cemetery?
"Bolcler" I-laught shave?
Dolores Buehler be as busy?
"Lefty" Vanclervort still play hard to get?
Everything still be T. S.?
Clare Whittlesey still be as original?
Fred Lawson still be as bashful?
Lorraine Gould still have "star eyesn?
"Pucky" Muha still be so peppy?
jack Wright have that "all year 'rouncl suntann?
Martha Pugh still be "junior Nlissn?
Bob Wiley be the "water boy wonder" ?
The lVlurphy's still run everything?
The Seniors struggle through Macbeth?
Vivian Dillon still be "shot"?
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K N NO DEPARTMENT in the school is there more school spirit shown than
in the Athletic Department. There were good hturnoutsu at all of the basket-
ball and football games. And while we are on the subject of good "tum-
outs", the student body had a very good reason for going to the games. The
football, track, and especially the basketball teams under the leadership of
Coach Arthur H. Clyde and Assistant Coach John Roberts, made a very good
showing during the l943-44 season. The basketball team won the Big Ten
Conference Championship. The football squad finished second in the Big
Ten race behind the co-winners Weston and Washington lrving. The Red
and Blue track and Held boys won the Big Ten Conference Championship in
a night meet at Pony Lewis Field.
Even if the basketball, football, and track teams hadn't defeated most
of their competition there still would have been a lot of school spirit shown.
lf the teams are good or had the student body sticks with them.
Coach Arthur H. Clyde ended his twenty-
second year as head coach and athletic director
of football, basketball, and track at Morgan-
town High in a blaze of glory. This year his
teams marked up their best Big Ten Confer-
ence record in almost a decade by winning
the loop's basketball and track championships
and finishing near the top in the football race.
"Baldy", as he is affectionately called by
his youthful proteges, received his education
at Geneva College, West Virginia University,
and the Universities of Michigan and Illinois.
He coached at Cameron and Mclieesport High
Schools in Pennsylvania before coming to
Mr. john Roberts, assistant coach, has
been a member of the faculty for ten years.
He was graduated from Morgantown High
School with the class of l930. He entered
West Virginia University in that year where
he was on the baseball and wrestling teams.
He was graduated from VJ. V. U, in the spring
of I934 and started teaching in this school in
September of that year.
jack was wrestling coach during I937-38
after which it was discontinued. Since then
he has been assisting Coach Clyde with bas-
ketball, football and track and is Physical Ed-
Walter Koehler Cswedel.
Senior halfhack. Three year
man. Fastest on team. Fine
passing, punting, running.
Captain and field general.
Made first Big Ten team.
Honorable mention for All-
Pat Lynch flaatrickj, Sen-
ior quarterback. "Patrick"
was used mostly in reserve.
came through nicely in every
game. He had lots of speed
and drive for his size.
Dick Pill CDeaconD, Senior
end, although this was his
first year on the team, he was
a good defensive player.
Dave Hall flmbol, Senior
guard, first full season with
the Clydemen because an
injury kept him from playing
last year, hut came through
with a good season this year.
Tom Marshall Cfommyj,
Senior tackle, one of the best
reserves on the line. He was
a good offensive and defen-
Bill Wotring CPecker D ,
Senior center. A consistent
player. Good defensive, es-
pecially hacking up the line.
Bill received honorable men-
tion for the Big Ten team
this year. Vvotring will be
hard to replace next year.
Frank DeCarlo fscoochj,
Senior end, started in a few
games. Hscoochn always play-
ed a good game when called
Paul Medrick CFish-Eyej,
Senior tackle. "Fish-Eye"
played very good hall
throughout the season. This
was his first year on the
George Flegal flrleal, Jun,-
ior fullhaclc. Although "Flea"
did not see much service this
year, he will till the fullback
spot next year.
Ralph Vilar fAngelj, Sen-
ior fullhack, didn't quite win
a letter last year, but came
through this year as one of
the hardest driving men in
Jack Wright fskunkyl,
Junior guard. Although this
was his first year at that posi-
tion, he held it all through
the season with a fine show-
ing. "Skunky" received hon-
orable mention for the Big
Ten Conference Team.
Duane Haught fBoulderD,
Junior quarterback. Although
his first year with the tearn,
he proved his worth with his
hard driving and as a block-
Bob Wiley Cwhite Balll,
junior manager. This was
Whitey's first year as man-
ager, and he has done a fine
Fred Lawson fLnirson I ,
junior tackle. "Lairson"
proved himself to be one of
the most reliable men on the
team. He received honorable
mention for the Big Ten
Team. Next year he should
be one of the outstanding
Victor Bonili Unki-Doj,
junior halfhack. lnki-Do was
a good pass receiver. With
this year's experience he
should be one of the outstand-
ing players next year.
Fo rt y-I wo
The I943 football team came through with a good season, win-
ning 6, losing 3.
After winning over West Milford and Parsons by large scores the Clyde-
men were stopped by Wheeling 26-6 for their first defeat of the season.
However they came back the next week to hold an old rival, East Fairmont,
scoreless and then defeated Elkins. Morgantown then lost its first home game
by one point to Weston, I4-I3. The following week Morgantown lost to
Washington-lrving, Big Ten champions. The Clydemen then finished the
season with two easy victories, smothering West Fairmont 32-0 and Grafton
Morgantown finished third in the Big Ten race with 4 wins and 2 losses.
Morgantown -West Milford
Morgantown -Parsons .... .. .. .
Morgantown -Wheeling .....
Morgantown --East Fairmont
Morgantown -Elkins ...........
Morgantown -Weston ' .........
Morgantown 6-Washington Irving
Morgantown -West Fairmont
Morgantown 34-Grafton .......
The intramural program which has been increasing steadily each year
under the direction of Mr. John Roberts, physical education instructor, open-
ing with touch football, basketball, and softball had a good turn out.
Wrestling was one of the most popular, with 34 boys participating.
The winners were - Art Liberatore, IO5 lb. class: Red Martin, IZ5 lb. class:
Elvin Mollohan, l35 lb. classg Mike Wilson, I45 lb. classy Vic Bonfili, I55
lb. class: Bob Brewer, heavyweight.
There was no boxing this season.
Frankie Lemine, junior for-
ward, was leading scorer for
:he Clydemen. He was on the
'Xll - Sectional Tournament
Team, unanimously selected
For the All Big T-:n Team,
and was selected as captain
Jf the second All-State Team.
Harold Vandervort, Jun-
ior center, was good for get-
ting rebounds from the hanlc-
ingz board. i'Lefty" will be
barl-1 next year to play h's
usual position at Center.
Victor Boniili, junior re-
serve, was the chief substi-
'utc for the team. Hlnl-gy-Du i,
is he is called by his team-
mates, should see plenty of
Action next year.
Robert Romine, junior re-
serve, saw very little action
nn the hardwood but should
strengthen the team next
George Flegal, junior re-
serve, played his first season
with the squad this year.
"Flea" saw very little uction
this year but should play a
lot of hall next year.
YValter Koehler, Senior
guard, was the only senior on
the squad. "Swede" played
fine hal during the three
years he was on the squad.
He made the All-Sectional
Tournament Team, and re-
ceived honorable ment'on for
the Big-Ten team and the fxll-
Robert Sine, junior guard.
p'ayecl good ball for the Nl.
H. 5. team. "Zeke", playing
his First season with the
Clyclemen, saved a few bat-
tles with his "odd shots."
Charles Rice, junior for-
ward, helpecl the team out of
several tight spots with his
smooth set shots from the
side. "Ross" is expected to
do big things next season.
John Law, junior reserve,
is pretty good shot although
he clidn't see very much
service. He should shine next
Johnny Richards, junior re-
serve, saw very little action,
but should play good ball for
the squad next year.
The I943-44 basketball team had an exceptionally good season with
I 7 wins and 3 losses.
The Clydemen won their first two games and lost their third. After
winning 5 straight games they lost to a strong Wheeling quintet and beat
Triadelphia on a week-end trip to the Panhandle. They lost their next con-
test to a hot Mannington team and were undefeated the rest of. the season.
The Red and Blue Cagers came through the season with I I wins and I
loss in the Big-Ten Competition to be rated as Big Ten Champions of I944.
The Clydemen, after beating Clay-Battelle, lost a close one to Grafton
37-4I to lose the chance of playingin the State Tournament.
Frankie Lemine, diminutive forward on the squad who sparked the team
through many tough battles was placed on the All Big Ten conference team
and was chosen as captain of hte second All-State team. Walter Koehler,
senior guard, received honorable mention on both squads.
42-West Fairmont ....
5 4-Weston .... .........
4 I-Elkins .. .....
5I-Mannington - .... .
4 5 -Grafton ...............
4 0-Weston ..............
3 I --East Fairmont .....
3 3-East Fairmont .....
S, ,,.,,..,........ 4 7-Clay-Battelle ..
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The track team drew approximately fifty candidates this year, including
six lettermen from last year, Keith Arnett, Charles Rice, and Victor Bonifili
in the sprints, 'Sweden Koehler in the hurdles, Frank Lemine in the jumps,
and "Zeke" Sine in the mile. Other boys playing outstanding roles in the
Morgantown track combination this spring were Bob Romine, hurdles and
high jumpg Dave Hall, shot put and discus throwg Regis Rehanek, Elvin
Mollohan, Gordon Royer, and john Law in the mile relay.
The track team defeated East Fairmont 63-Sl in a dual meet for their
first victory. ln the next meet they captured the Big Ten Championship title
by scoring 82 points to defeat Washington lrving with 77,72 points and East
Fairmont with 7IjQ points. This was the first time they have had the title
since I940 when they also tied Huntington's Pony Express for the State Track
and Field Championship. Other important meets in which the Red and Blue
participated were the Sectional and the State Meets.
There was a good turnout for wrestling this year with 34 boys partic-
ipating. All of the champions were seniors with the exception of the heavy-
For the championship of the 105 lb. class Art Liberatore defeated Bob
Wiley: in the I25 lb. class "Red" Martin defeated Bob Bowersg in the 135
lb. class Elvin Mollohan defeated Perryg in the l45 lb. class Mike Wilson
defeated Lloyd: in the l55 lb. class Vic Bonfili defeated Pat Lynch: in the
heavyweight class, Bob Brewer defeated Bill Wotring.
The girls' physical education classes were under Miss Betty Aronson's
instruction after Mrs. June Thorn's resignation in March.
Six major activities - speedball, ball room dancing, volleyball, bad-
minton, ping-pong, and softball - completed the year's schedule.
Speeclball, a combination of football and basketball, was played on the
Athletic Field last fall. ln ball room dancing instructions was given in
waltz, fox-trot, tango, and jitterbug. Following the personality course, the
girls took up basketball. There was no tournament but the girls had several
teams which played after school. Volleyball. ping-pong, and badminton
were introduced for the first time in two years. The last activity of the year
was softball and when the weather permitted the girls ran the track.
MODERN DANCE TROUPE
The Modern Dance Troupe under the direction of Miss Betty Aronson
since March l, has completed its fifth year of existence here. The troupe
was organized in l939, when Mrs. june Thorn joined the faculty, and since,
its works and programs, such as the Christmas and May Festivals, have added
much to the school's activities.
'lhe Christmas program was not presented by the group this year, but
April found them working hard at noons and after school on the program for
the May Festival. They originated their own dance steps and patterns which
were set to music taken from the "Nut Cracker Suite", and presented their
fifth annual festival on May l2.
Marjorie Tower was the regular accompanist for the group this year.
Cheerleaders have always added much to school spirit and this year's -
Mary Fletcher, Dick jacquet, Ann Murphy, and Rob Stultz - were no ex-
During football season for a mascot they made a horse, "School Spirit",
out of burlap sacks. As it was not stuffed, Dick and Bob filled it and kept
the crowd amused at their dancing and prancing to the bands music during
The group, sponsored by Mrs. .lune Thorn, held the annual dance on
the night of the homecoming game. The receipts from the dance were used
to buy needed equipment.
This year nine Morgantown High School boys -- Harold Vandervort,
Charles Rice, Paul Parker, Robert Tennant, Don Lamb, Fred Lawson, Dale
Fawley, Jack Wright, and Bryant Galusha - were chosen by various local
organizations to be sent to Boys' State.
Boys' State is a camp sponsored by the American Legion in which se-
lected boys from the junior classes of the state high schools go to participate
in a model state government. Boys chosen to attend are considered for their
general "all-roundnessn in school.
Because of the war the camp was not held last year, but has been reor-
ganized and will be held at jackson's Mill from june 4 to june IO.
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N COOPERATION with the defense program all clubs of Morgantown
High School are required to contribute in some manner toward the winning
of the war as a reason for existing. Some of the leading activities in the clubs
have been the sale of war bonds and stamps, various scrap drives, and Red
All clubs are under supervision of the Inter-Club Council which has
drafted definite rules conceming club initiations and other matters of import-
ance. The Council is composed of representatives from each club.
Students are restricted to a membership of two social clubs and one
special interest club. Members are not eligible to hold office in more than one
club. There are approximately 30 clubs which are classified as social, honor,
special interest, credit, service and class. The average number of members
in these clubs is thirty-five.
Some of the clubs have put forth special effort in bolstering school
spirit by active support of the athletics and by showing appreciation for the
progress and improvement of the band.
First Row: D. Coddington, R. A. McGinnis, E.. Harworth, L. Bauer, E. Gaston, H. Wieder
busch, D. Hedlesten, M. L. Flumm. V. johnson.
Second Row: Parsons, Miss McClure, A. Cartledge, P. Knapp. M. Farmer, Miss
Third Row: N. Jarvis, H. Price, Swink, Clark, P. Leonian.
Fourth Row: R. White, R. Reid, D. Furman, Vlfright, C. Cates.
The Mohigan staff feels that our school and students have been
so outstanding that they deserve recognition by all. Through school
spirit, a pride in the glory of our school, we make this recognition.
Thus, "School Spirit" was chosen as the theme of the I944 Mohigan
+ the staff wished to capture and preserve the various phases of this
Mary Louise Flumrn was named editor and was assisted in the
make up work by Joan Swink and Peggy Knapp. Doris Jean Hedle-
sten as literary editor was assisted by Ruth Ann McGinnis, Mary
Farmer, Nancy Jarvis, Joanne Clark, and Doris Coddington. Emma
Gaston, LaRue Bauer, and Harriett Wiedehusch were art editors,
while Reid White, Philip Leonian, and Joanne Parsons made up the
photography staff. Eleanor Harworth as business manager was aided
by Virginia johnson and Alice Cartledge. The girl's sports editor was
Ann Murphy, Kenneth Bond and Jack l-lalki wrote boys sports.
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First Rowsgjaley, H. Wiedebusch, E.. Harworth. T. Bruse, B. Barr, R. Curry, Perry
D. Priest, B. Stout. B. Brewer, F. Godfrey, H. Robinson, B. Van Cilder, l... Cappelantli
B. Stultz, Shean. Windel, C. Sha-lian, B. Looney, K. Pugh, V. Johnson, M. Live-
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say, Mr. Simmons. 4
Second Row: E. Hall, B. Rogers, Tajgr, B. Zophi, D. Metzler, P. Chisler. G. Torch,
j. Jerrit, Woodford, C. Stalfilger, B. Mvantini. K. Bookman, AT'm'aus, R. Field, C.
Gates. Flinchum, B. Hosey, A. Royce, B. l..uzier. -'
Third Row: D...EJ.u:man, F. Creech. B. Tennant, Burcher, L. Kelly, L. Stoops, H. Morris.
B. Carter, A. Hartley, F. Carone, D. Fawley, Xvarman, B. Alcorn, B. Stout, L.
Ceo-rge, Talbott, A. Buehler, M. Speicher, H. Johns, Wade. """"'
The Morgantown High School Band under
the direction of Mr. Emmet Simmons has com-
pleted another successful year.
Several new instruments were purchased in-
cluding Tympani, Baritone, Alto, Bass Clarinet, and
the Oboe. New equipment and many pieces of
music were added to the library.
This fall the Band played for all home foot-
ball games and several basketball games. A con- 1
cert was given at the Metropolitan Theater in which
Dr. Frank Simons, world famous cornet soloist, con-
ducted a portion of the program. As a climax of
School Auditorium and attended the Huntington
State Band Festival the first of May.
At the festival, which was held May 5 and 6,
the Band received first place in maneuvers and
second in concert performance. Dr. Eugene Wei-
gel, head of Ohio State University, rating the Band
"superior", also had them assembled and paid them
a personal compliment. The Red and Blue Major-
ettes were especially attractive this year and re-
ceived recognition for their outstanding work. I
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First Row: Mr. Ross, H. John-s, B. Tennant, K. Arnett, B. Talbott, Aitken, Law,
Halki A Buehler. v
Second Roiwz -D. Wilson, F. Car-one, P. Parker, B. Stout, XV. Looney, R. Reid, R. White
Wright D Lamb
Fourth Row S NlCl'l0llCh B Davis Warrnait C Mfashington F Lawson T Morice W
organtown H1 Y Club meets every
onclay noon in Mr Ross room
1Y money obtained from sellmg scrap
as gone to the library fund
ports activities include participation in
chool basketball soft ball and football
ome games have been played with Hi Y teams of other towns
1Y every three Sundays corporately
as attended some communitv church
nitiations, dances and several spaghetti dinners
n the Wesley Church have kept the club quite active.
early Hi-Y presents a Minstrel and
early a father and son banquet. This
ear is the 14th annual Hi-Y Minstrel.
Ben Stout ............ ..
Jack Wright .....,.
, Secretary .
K Third Row: H. Robison, Bolton, C. Rice. R. jacquct, R. Magnuson, M. Speicher.
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,"' NK, First Row: l... Bader, V. Tait, Buehler, R. A. Mccinpis, Mrs, Peck, D. llecllesten
l 'm , H. Wiedebusch, E.. Harworth, V. Sny.der, A. Cqx. P
'lx ,"' ' .lyk Second Row: D. Page, Morris, S. Cather. Weaver, M. L. Flunlm, B. Faulkner, J
-A 'X '9 kswink, Thonjpson, R. Wildmaan, S. Hartman, Wilson. '
QI- 2, Third Rolv: C. McLain, Fisher, B. Del..ynn. Price, L. L. Robinson, P. Knapp, M
Q ' If Farmerfc. DeLynn, M. Sprousc, D. Stalnalcerj K. Pugh, B. Chittum. '
gf i Fourth Row: P. Davis, V. johnsqn, Cla-rlc, P. McLain. B. Murphy, B. Scherr, C. Zinn
9,4 i go Holstein, N. Jarvis, Wriglit, M. Bauer, A. F. Trotter, H. Wolfe. K. Boolcman.
PEP SQCIE l Y
The Pep Society under the sponsorship of Mrs.
fi f Elizabeth Tapp Peck has again, as in the past, coop-
if 1 'X erated wholeheartedly with the war effort. At the
, t beginning of school the girls volunteered their serv-
X ices in rolling bandages for the ,-5-.merican Red Cross.
' They also made gift boxes for the wounded soldiers
recuperating in Ashford General Hospital.
to Later in the year the Society answered the chal-
I lenge to a basketball game by the Key Club and de-
.: X311 feated Key l9-I 7.
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Mary Ann Cox . . . . . .. President ......... Ruth A. Mccninnis
X f Doris Hedlesten . Vice-President .. ,. Dolores Buehler
Q Mary Farmer ,,,, , ,, ,.,,,, Secretary. . Nancy JBl'ViS
-- '- "' Q - Eleanor Harworth .... Treasurer. . Virginia Tail
Mary L, Flumm ..... .. Historian . .,....., .. Mary L. Flumm
"I '-2 Sponsor ,,-,, ,,,,,, , H , ,, Mrs. Elizabeth Tapp Peck
lfifljf Sr 'ra u
First Row: B .l... Shelhamer, P. Staley, V. Strawser,-R. White, C. Gates, D. Furman,
Parsons W Koehler B Slavins
Second Rowzlc. Sha-ihan, dochroni E.. Arnold, Regcr, B. Vandervort, B. Tennant. B.
ffik Barr, B. Boone.
Xl Q v Third Row: R. Sudds, P. Leonian, Miss McClure, E. Longridge, R. Millstone, W. Carter.
'Y Fourth Row: B. Kellam, F. Carone, B. Galusha, R. jacquet, B. Magnuson.
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W lu The Photography Club IS responsible for all the pictures ln the
A Mohigan. This year the work has been a little more difhcult than usual
lx because of the shortage of film and photographic materials, but as
x Y usual, they ucame through." The club takes the senior movies that are
X A shown at the Class Day assembly. Also, members of the Photography
Club make up the projection crew that shows movies throughout the
year to the student body and to the different departments in the school.
5X ,. This year, on March 30, the club presented as an assembly pro-
J gram a quiz and community sing. Their annual slouch dance was held
fl on April Zl, I944.
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President ......... ..,.......,. ..... ..,,. C e c il Gates
l Vice-President ..,. Don Furman
Secretary ......... ,....... R eid White
tw H ' ,K f Treasurer .... ,.,. . .. Joanne Parsons
mllmll llllllll MQ ,lain Sponsor .... ,. Miss lris McClure
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First Row Iseatedj: L. Cappelanti, IVI. Davies. M. Uphoicl, A. Hoke, E. Albright, R. Chit-
tum, llall, K. Davies.
Second Row: Radetich, D. Nlenear. Il Friend, N. Pollock, Mille-r, D. Durig.
Home Economics Club Pledge for 1943-1944:
buying only what I need
am not acccptm rationcd oods without giving up
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Ruth Chitrum ....
Ada Bell Holce ..
Dorcas Ihenear .
Eloise Hall ,,,,....
Georgia Taylor ,,.,.
not buying aboxe legal ceiling prices
taking ood care of the things I have
buying War Stwmps
doing all I can to Ixeep ny self healthx nd strong.
doing mv best to prevent accidents.
working with my fellow members in one war project.
democratic open-minded friendly.
studying and workinf. toward making our world after
the wir a better place for all people.
. .. Vice-President .... . r
.. Ruth Chiuum
. Ada Belle Holce
Miss Erbie Albright
Third Row.: IVI. Fortney, I-. Miller, R. Tricks-tt, IVI. Ijatterson. E.. Nlorgan, C. Zaccagnini.
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First Row: B. L. Shelhamer, B. Walls, B. Alleman, Miss Lawrence, Yvright, V. Strawser
D. Simmons, R. Seals, E. Dixon.
Second Row: D. Nlenear, M. Tower, E. Downy, E. Cunningham, D. Buehler, Nl. Farmer
Third Row: C. Zinn, E. Gaston, il. Class. Nl. A. Cox, M. L. Flumm, Clark.
Fourth Row: D. Hare, E. Moats, K. Pugh, R. Headlee, D. Gall, V. Johnson, E. Guthrie
, Q LIBR. RY ASSISTANTS
N The purpose of the Library Assistants is to aid students and
teachers in finding material for either pleasure reading or for
vocational guidance for girls who may wish to become librarians.
The Library Assistants took as their project this year the
sending of scrap hooks, materials for handicraft, and birthday
trays to convalescent soldiers in Ashford Memorial Hospital at
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.
The club was divided into groups. each group competing
against the other. The club sponsored a Book Week Campaign
in November which made it possible to acquire some of the
most recent books for the library.
A theater party was held in April. Other social functions
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Virginia onnson Vice President Doris Gall
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Mary Ann Cox .,., .... S ecretary-Treasurer ...... .... J oyce Wright
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, gl? f gaining information on any subject. This work serves also as
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First Row: R. Brewer, S. Oleslca, C. Cates. Mr. Bolyard, Barthlow, A. Pompili, ll. Davis.
'Q ' R. Clawges.
,ruff Second Row: E. Brewer, B. MCGOWHIX, R. Bowliny, XV. Shepherd, P. Taylor, D. llnupght.
du' 'if My f ' Third Row: D. Pill, B. Furfari, Richards. Rosatl, D. Kelly.
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Fourth Row: F. Nluha. R. Nlutheny, lx. Taken-s.
The Duces Club was reorganized this year under the
sponsorship of Mr. Thomas Bolyard. A complete new con-
stitution has been written and approved. The Duces attended
most of the basketball games in a body and in this way
helped much in the cheering section. The club prided itself
in its own club basketball team which rolled over all its op-
position, including ,Iack Roberts' strong Reserves. The club
entertained several alumni members who are in the armed
forces at a party given in their honor.
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Duane Haught ,.,,,, ., ,.... President ...,. . jim Barthlow
Bill Furfari ,,,,... .,..... X fice-President .... . .,,. Steve Qleslca
Cecil C-ates ..... ..... S ecretary-Treasurer .,.. Cecil Gates
Fifif R0W2,BLiA- McGinnis, E .Harworth, V. johnson. VV. Eeckcti D Hecllesten D
Codclington. i V '
Second Row: A. Murphy, A. Cartleclge, N. -larvis, Clark. Mis B :len 7
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ILL Ar D SCRQLL
The Quill ancl Scroll, international honorary society for high
school journalists, began its activities with a formal dinner and
candlelight initiation at the Morgantown Recreation Center. Seven
members were taken in, Hve seniors and two juniors, with the
To help the war effort, the Quill and Scroll sent copies of the
school paper, the Red and Blue journal, to the alumni of Morgan-
town High School serving in the armed forces.
The Quill and Scroll, which represents the journalistic interest
of the school, has encouraged school spirit through the paper.
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President ,...,.,,.., ..... ..... .....,...... . . . Nancy Jarvis
Vice-President .,...... .... ......... R i ta Sit-Inger
Secretary-Treasurer ..... . .... Ruth Ann McGinnis
Sponsor ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,, M iss Teresa Broderick
First Row: A. Cartledge, Parsons. P. Knapp, D. Codciingtqn, R. A. McGinnis, E. Har
worth, D. Hedlesten, V. Johnson, Thompson.
Second Row: L. L. Robison, R. Roby, Goff, N. Kinnan, S. luiliart, M. Fsirniqr, A. Murphy
B. Shaner, B. L. Shelhamer.
Third Row: M. Tower, Peterson, B .Faulluier, Schrnck, N. Jarvis Clark K. Bond
J. Halki, E. Campbell. ' " ' ' . ,-i
Fourth Row: A. Walker, Bucklew, Barlhlow, W. Looney, R. Reid, VV. Alcorn, Wilde, ll! I
W. Beckett, Erwin Goldsmith, D. Dorsey. if " 1
RED AND BLUE JOURNAL pED.....,B
Promoting school spirit and reporting the news has been ? -
the contribution to the school made by the staff of the Recl and 4
Blue Journal. Through all the publicity given to athletics and
various drives, the paper has been an important factor in mak- 7,
ing successes of any school activities. 5 Z'
.Again this year the paper has been sent to boys in the 3- L
service, whether in this country or overseas. 1 tr' '
The Red and Blue journal won First Honors in High School '
Publications with a score of more than l,l I0 points in the State
University journalism Award, 1944. 5
The number of subscriptions sold this year has surpassed V "Wg
that of any previous year.
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First Semester .................... Rita Stenger
Second Semester ..... Nancy Jarvis
of Girls Recreation Associatior
The first event was a spaghetti supper preced-
f' ing the East Fairmont football game. On Novem-
,, ber 22 and February 21 suppers were held and new
' members initiated.
'll For their part toward the 4th Xvar Loan the
Club sponsored a bond auction on February l5-l 6.
ry The goal was set at S1200 and soon passed with a
. U A total of Sl2.00U.
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" Mary Fletcher .... ...... P resident ..... .,.. J ane Murp
Ruth Headlee .,.. ,,,, V ice President .. ,,.,.. Virginia rl
jane Murphy .,.... Secretary ..,.. ........,..,. E. linor Dix
- Jean Fisher ............... .... C or. Secretary ..... ..,.. J o Anne Willia
Ruth Ann McGinnis ....,... Treasurer ....
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Business Nlanager ....,....... Alice F. Trot
Mrs. June Thorn and Miss Betty Arons
Ann Murphy, Katie Pugh and Virginia johns
Martha Pugh .......... .. .
First Row: N. Hartley, l. Kelly, V. Tait, A. Cartledge, N. Kinnan, K. Vveaver, M.
Flumm, Swinlc, B. L. Core, B. Alleman.
Second Row: M. Pugh, A. Murphy, C. Brutto, Murphy, M. Fletcher, Miss Aronson,
Headlee, R. A. McGinnis, Fisher, V. johnson, D. Buehler.
Third Row fstandingj: E.. Longridge, F. Shepherd, XVilliarns, fsealedl D. Coclclingl
' C' e ' D' P. K ' , V. Sn der, fstandi'
C. McLain, D. Page, L. Bauer, S. Luth,r, E.. ixon, napp y
S. Hartman, M. A. Cox, F. Wilsoii.
Fourth Row Qsrtandingjz A. Kraus, B. Goodwin, fseatedj M. Tower, B. VVard, L. Guth
E. Gelco, A. Vanclervort, E.. Guthrie, D. Sheets, Clark, A. Trotter, V. Sm
fstandingl D. Ott, Thompson, B. Chittum, F. VanNorman.
Fifth Row: E. Benson, A. Sommaville, R. Gregory, A. Douglas, V7right, Spangler,
Gregory, B. Murphy, P. Davis B. Scherr, E.. B. Brock, Stockdale, H. Wolfe,
Pugh, P. Campbell, E.. Campbell, D. Hedlesken, L, Robinson, H. Xvieclebuseh.
Simons, L. A. Sisler.
First Row: D. Runner, L. Gould, lVliss Bishop, D. Eddy, Mrs. Simmons. l.. Cast:-el, L.
Hooper, W. Pratt.
Second Row: B. Caravasos, A. Guariglia, H. Nlaczlca, H. Nlcdvick, N. Corulli, T. Bulwnlco,
l.. St Clair E George D Birtcher
Third Roni: N. Veriilcios, F. llluee, V. Buniner, E. lVlcBee, Chester, E. Berry, lVl. lVlf'lito.
, Fourth Row: D. Davis, C. Orosz, l... Schiflrbauer, R. Goff, M. Krouse, Powell, F. Mancine,
'21 H. Fumich, R. Waters, L. Hulstine, M. Tavino.
-L Fifth Row: B. Harper, B. Conrad, B. Hunsinger,
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Q0 E 'WN As a contribution to the morale and spirit of the members
O '14 AR and their friends, the A. O. O. club, organziecl for commercial
Wm students, has had various parties and rallies which contributed
.1 , 1 U much to close alliance and feeling of fellowshi of the club.
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5' A --X ln the late spring of the school year, the A. O. O. club held
X A:i 1 a skating party which was open to all- high school students. All
such projects of the year were sponsored in the interest of school
N lu n ' spirit and to help fellow students find amusement.
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l Delores Eddy ..,. ....... P resident ....... . . Delores Eddy
Myrna Kraus ,..... .... .,... V i ce President ...... ...... l.. Ona Casteel
Nicl-:ie Verikios ..... Secretary-Treasurer ,..........,.... Louise Hooper
V I Sponsors ............................ lVlrs. Juanita Bishop and Mrs. lrene Simmons
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First Row: A. D'Amico, D. Davis, P. Kincaid, D. Nletzler, Mrs. Vvaggoner, S. Still, E. Davis,
V. Stee e.
Second Row: W. Sheen, W. Dieters, Lemley, M. Gray, L. Carletts, D. Shuman.
Third Row: E.. Moore, B. Ransom, R. Sudds, T. Mills, H. Price, V. Smith, P, Miller.
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Pat Kincaid ....
Patty Miller ....
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The purpose of the Palette and Brush Club is to
arouse and preserve an interest in art throughout the
school and community. Like all other clubs this year,
an additional purpose has been to make some contri-
bution to the war effort. The group has worked hard
to uphold these purposes this year.
Several projects have been undertaken, but the
one which was probably most enjoyed by the mem-
bers of the club and the art classes was that of making
hand-painted tray covers for the Christmas dinners for
men in the military hospital at White Sulphur Springs.
Candy, fruit, and nut cups were also made, as well as
holiday cards for the same hospital.
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Vice-President ..... ..... E lizabeth Davis
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Cornelia G. Waggoner
First Row: Williams, M. L. Brane, Brown, V. Strawser, R. A. McGinnis. R. Workman,
Second Row: M. Herndon, A. Holce, llinlcle, Powell, B. King. Wright. f ,
Third Row: Miss Nlenear, Richards, C. Bell, R. Mathr-ny. T. Mosic, R. Magnuson, R. gl fl,
Corbin, R. Talbott. R. Dorsey. l ml
Fourth Row: J .Richards, Rickurds, F. Lantz, G. Vllashington, M. Nluftly, D. McGee,
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One of the chief aims of the Student Council of Mor- 'N N il!
gantown High School is to promote school spirit. ' It I
Each home room president automatically becomes a Q
member of the Student Council, Through these home K W I r Q ,
room presidents we have successfully carried on our Junior K'-11' W1 A I' 'X r I
Red Cross Drive of 1943-44. The work of the Council was ' A
also shown in the Library Book Fund Drive, as many home 'fi'
rooms bought one or more books. There were eleven mem- E 'pid "
bers of the Council as well as eleven faculty members com-
posing a committee for Courtesy Week. 1-'X "Bundle Vveeki' f I W ' V
was the last project for the school year which again chal- l, ill l l ' l
lenged the school spirit of Morgantown High and which 11 ' if Vq!
the Student Council promoted through the home room ,
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President ,,,,,,,,... ., , ,.......,................ Ben Stout A
Vice-President ...... ,.., R uth Ann McGinnis lv Q 'f
Secretary . .,.,,., ..... E. lairle W'0rkman ! 6 A
Treasurer Violet Strawser -L J X'
First Row: Hardwick, H. Middleton, V. Liberatore, A. Mccune, R. Dorsey, Kuhn,
G Torch R Talbott.
Second Row: Pauley, E. Workman. E.. Levine. A. Clark, L. Powers, Powell.
Third Row: D. Lemmons, D. Hare, D. Rishell, M. l... Van Gilder, H. Davies, Kern, B.
Zopfi C Kitdvh, Cordray, D. Wilson.
Fourth Roiw: 'c.. Bell, J. Pell, c. Neel, F. Creech, E. Mm., W. van curse..
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The Masquers' first activity was an initiation party in
October for sixteen new members.
ln response to our inquiry about ways to help the soldiers
at Ashford General Hospital, the Red Cross Field Director
informed us that magazine subscriptions were needed. Other
clubs were given an opportunity to help in this project.
Twelve additional members were initiated at a formal
banquet held at the Recreation Center on March l0.
On Friday evening, March 3l, "Novelty Night" was pre-
sented in the auditorium. The program consisted of four
specialty acts and two one-act plays, "Not Quite Such a
Goose" and "Red Carnations."
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William Vandervort .... President ................ Robert Dorsey
james Lewis .............. Vice President ..... .... B arbara Zopfi
Alma lVlcCune ........ Secretary-Treasurer ....,... Alma McCune
Barbara Zopfi ........ Inter-Club Council ........ Barbara Zopfi
Mabel Ruth Taylor
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First Row: R. Dorsey, D. Cather, Xvright, R. Stultz, R. Tallz-ott, C. Cates, M. Wilson, G.
Flegal, Kalo, W. Carter, W. Koehler.
Second Row: B. Alleman, M. Pugh, A. Cartlcdge, A. Murphy, N. Jarvis, C. Stalnalcer, E..
Laird. C. Kaiser, E. Davis, M. A. Cox, A. Vandcrvort, M. Farmer, R. Headlec, F.
Nuce, M. Gutherie, L. Casteel, M. Abbott, B. Uel..ynn.
Third Row: Miss Hoerth, M. Tower, Murphy, C. Whittlesey. R. A. Mccinnis, 5. l.uilcart, I'N
B. Faulkner, A. Krause, Mr. lVlcMillen, Fisher, M. Cayton, M. Krause, B. Stout, if x,
J. Richards, F. Lance. 'B 1'
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Creating enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulating a desire X
to render service, promoting leadership and developing char-
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acter in the students, is the purpose of the National Honor l 'W'
This year the group helped the Ration Board with its X
registering and graded Achievement Tests which were taken
by the entire student body. 1 ,Xu
ln january, I944. I2 new members were admitted into ffl' l,
the Society. They were honored at an informal party January ,il '
l4. The annual banquet was held May l2. X
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First Semester Second Semester
Michael Wilson V , , ..,, President ..... Robert Talbott
Mildred Gutherie ,,.... .Vice President .,... . ,,..... Cecil Gates A
Anne Vandervort ........., Secretary ........ .... M ary Ann Cox M
Miss Mort Hoerth .... , .. Treasurer ........ Miss Mort Hoerth
Ruth l-leadlee .....,., lnter-Club Council ........ Ruth Heacllee b
gponsor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,...,,,.,,, M r. Herbert McMullen
First Row: Cochran, R. Dorsey, D. Cather, Mr. Stevenson, Xvade. W. Alcorn, E.
Goldsmith, W. DeBiase.
Second Row: G. Shahan, N. Batlas, A. Cooper, R. Hiner, Corclray, F. Lemine, L. George.
Third Row: R. Still, Bloom, Rick:-irds, R. Taylor, G. Bell, A. D'Amico, R. Sine, C.
Fourth Row: H. Morris. C. Saunders. B. jackson, E. Ficlifry, G. Martin.
BOYS' CIVIC CLUB
The Boys' Civic Club has undertaken several projects and played an
important part in school affairs.
The club assisted in the setting up of the Red Cross blood bank and also
helped with the various scrap drives of the year. The method of fighting fires
in our forests was studied, and the club cooperated in the cleaning up of the
Socially, the club held a dance during the first semester.
Athletically, the club won the football and basketball championships of
the year and many of the members participated in school athletics, as Well as
in intramural sports.
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First Semester Second Semester
james Wade ,,,,,,. ....,. P resident: ........ ,......... D otson Cather
Dotson Cather . ,,,.... Vice-President ....... ..... R obert Dorsey
Erwin Goldsmith .,,,, Secretary-Treasurer ..... .... E rwin Goldsmith
Sponsor ..,,..,..,,..., .,...........,.... .............,.... . .... IVI r . Stevenson
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irst Row: A. Lothes, A. Wymer, B. Valentine, M. Kraus, E. Davis, O. Coulson, l. Forbes,
:cond Row: B. Wakefield, H. Maczko. M. Medvick, V. Fisher, B. Mantini, L. Could, P.
Campbell, D. Shuman.
hird Row: M. Cray, M. l... Fetty, S. Still, D. Eddy, VV. Sheen.
:rurth Row: M. Abbott, D. Casio, l. Buznird, V. Steele, Brown, l.. Young, M. Sallows, C. I R I- H
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The Tri-Hi-Y was organized in Morgantown High School 'V-'lm
for the first time this year. As a national organization, it is l X Q
afliliated with the Young Men's Christian Association. M ,Q
One of the chief projects this year was to provide Christ- l"! I
mas baskets for needy families. Baskets were placed in the i A
homerooms and donations were made by members of the stu- 1, l I
The second project was to present an Easter Assembly. A 7 ' X
play, written by three of the members, was presented. in 1...
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OFFICERS Xl - ,
:tty Ann Babel' ,,,,.,,,,,.,,......... President, ............ ........ B etty Ann Babel'
yma Ruth Krause ,,,,,,... .,,, V ice-President .............. Myrna Ruth Krause
,ith Headlee ,,,,,,,,....,, Corresponding Secretary .... . Olive Mae Coulson
-ne Forbes ,,,,, .,,,. R ecording Secretary .... ., .. ...... Irene Forbes
izabeth Davis ,,.. , ,,,,,,,,, Treasurer ..,...,..... ,,... E. lizabeth Davis k
gloreg Eddy ,,,,,,,,,,,., .,,. ,.,,. C h aplain ............................ Delores Eddy 1 J
guy Lou Shell-iamer ,,., . .,..,..... Reporter .................... ..... J essie Bucklew 9, ' v
n-Sponsors .................... Miss Gertrude Lindquist and Mrs. Aldene Lothes X' C!
First Row: B. Kellam, E.. Arnold, C. Gates, P. Leoninn, P.. White, D. Furman, XV. Koehler
Second Row: P. Staley, V. Strawser, Miss McClure, B. Vandervort, B. Magxiuson, Rf-ger
Third Row: R. Sudds, B. Galusha, B. Carter, Miss Painter.
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The work of the projection crew is to provide projec-
tionists for all school movies and by so doing, make it
possible for the students of Morgantown High School to -.1
have the advantage of the best form of instruction, Visual
The activities of the projection crew have not been
confined to the high school. The crew has contributed
projectionists for defense films throughout the city and the
surrounding communities as well as for classes in defense 6 4
work. By this work the crew members are acquiring train-
ing which will be invaluable in later life. X
Head Projectionist-Bill Slavins
Sponsors--Miss Camilla Painter and Miss Iris McClure
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First Row: E. B. Brock, E. .Celco, M. Pugh, Mrs. Coffroth, M. Scherr. D. Ci. Kltf-, A. Carl-
ledge, A. Mecune.
Second Row: Williams, Stockdale. R. Roby, B. Alleman, B. L, Core, Parsons,
' Third Row: C. Kaiser, L. A. Sisler, l. Kelly, V. Dillon, A. Moran. Peterson. D. Corlclingf
Q ton, M. Tower. i n t x
X, l'ourth Row: C. Whrttlesey, D. bheets, M. Nickollch, L. Brutto, A. Spangler, A. Murphy.
-.5 Fifth Row: P. Miller, Murphy, N. Hartley. Kerns.
.1 KEY CLUB
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V AQ The object of the Key Club is to get some congenial
ll i girls together to try to further school spirit, to promote
K V N the general welfare of the school and comrnunity, and to
Xs .- Xi become more interesting persons.
The formal and mock initiations were held at school
fl' and a dinner followed at the home of Mary Owen
A nl Seherr. On March 23, a basketball game was played
l with the Pep Society. The annual semi-formal dance
was held on April l.
The defense project was carried out at the Monon-
rx- galia General Hospital where the members helped the
' nurses. The members also rolled bandages in the Red
Cross rooms. .Knother part of the project was the
raising and lowering of the Hag every clay during the
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jane Murphy ,,,,,,,, , .,.,, President ........ .... M ary Owen Scherr
Esther Benny Brock ....... .. Vice-President ..,.. . Jeanne Stockdale
Martha Pugh .,,,.,,,.,.. ..,.... S ecretary ........ ,..... Alma Mccune
Dawn Carolyn Kite ,,., .... T reasurer ...,. .... D awn Carolyn Kite
S S 7 Doris Codclington ..,. ..... l 'listorian ..... ...,.... ....... E l len GelC0
Sponsor .......,.......... ,,,,,,,.,.....,.,, , .. ..... Mrs. Olive Coffroth
First Row: R. Wiley, R. Trickett, W. Cessner, R. Stultz, L. Strimheck, VV. Wntring, M.
Wilson, W. Koehler.
Second Row: E. john, R. Romine, S. Morris, V. Bonfili, VV. Baker, Murphy.
Third Row: R. LeRoy, G. Flegal, W. Vandervort, A. Kuhn, W. Stultz, Yoder, D. Jacobs.
Fourth Row: B. Core, W. Case, L. john, M. Mulily, B. Bowers, Hughart.
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This year US and CO. has done all in its power to promote war activities
in Morgantown High School. They helped in Civilian Defense activities,
bought war stamps every meeting, and wrote to former members in the
service. ln addition to this they erected a plaque to honor the alumni in the
On November I8 they held their annual
clance. Eleven new members
were initiated at the opening of the second semester. These boys were
honored with the annual spaghetti feed.
The seventeenth US and CO. Revue was
operation with other school clubs.
presented on May l9th in co-
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Walter Koehler ,.... , ..... .Presidenii ...... . .... .... L ee Strimbeck
Robert Stultz ...., Treasurer
Sponsor ........ ......................
.. Vice-President ,,,..
. ...,.,.. Robert Stultz
. Xvilliam Cessner
Mr. jack Roberts
First Row: R. Wiley, A. Hoke, A. Cartledge, Miss Noland, R. Headlee, B. Alleman, R,
Chittum, S. Oleska.
Second Row: D. Eddy, E. Davis, D. Buehlcx, D. Hedlesten, V. Johnson. R. A. MCC-i is.
Third Row: W. Alcorn, R. White.
The lnter-Club Council is composed of students elected as representa-
tives from every club of the school. It is an organization to which the prob-
lems of the clubs are submitted.
The annual Inter-Club Council dance was held on january 7, in the form
of a "gold-diggern dance.
The club sponsored an assembly in February, at which the scl'1ool's clubs
gave an account of their war activities.
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Ruth Headlee ,.,,.,, Presideni ,..,.. .. .. ..... Ruth Headlee
Carmelita Brutto ......,,. ....... S ecretary ...... ...... ....... B e th Alleman
Miss Velda Noland ..... .,., S ponsor ...... Miss Velda Noland
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First Row: B, Del..ynn, R. Stultz, V. johnson. Miss Vfhite, XV. Koehler, C. McLain, M. A.
Second Row: D. Sheets, D. C. Kite, D. Buehler, A. Cartledge, A. Vandervort, L. Robison,
Third Row: E.. Guthrie, C. Whittlesey, M. L. Fetty, B. Faulkner, D. Page, Schenclc. M.
N Farmer, C. Kaiser.
Troupe No 27 of the National Thespians Dramatic
Honor Societys major activities for 1943-1944 were the
presentation of Flmer R1ce's play, "American Landscape",
on December 3 and erome Chedorov and Joseph Field's
adaptation of Sally Benson's "Junior lVliss" on March 24.
Two objectives recommended by "The High School
Theater for Victory Program" prompted the selection of
these particular plays. "American Landscape" empha-
sized American background and traditions, whereas "junior
Miss furnished wholesome entertainment in wartime. From
the proceeds the group contributed to the "Service lVlen's
t GW Fourth Row: W. Alcorn, D. Furman, XV. Simington.
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On February 6, active and alumni members observed
National Drama Week with a buffet supper and dance in
the Hotel Morgan ballroom, and on January I3 the group
added the names of seventeen talented students to its ros-
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.. Walter Koehler
. Robert Stultz
Dorothy Stone White
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Secretary ........ .
Treasurer ...... .......
Sponsor ...... ....,.
First Row: K. Arnett, R. Vlfhite, B. Stout, S. Nicholich, B. Stultz. Chalmers, B. Ran-
som, B. Alcorn.
Second Row: R. Sellario, l, Forbes, N. McKee, E. Harworth, M. Nicholich. B. Balner, Nl.
Scherr, M. Davies, P. Pyles, H. Davies, K. Davies, Miss Summerfield.
Third Row: L. Young, l. Buzzarrl. R. Wildm:1n, l.. Hnrner. H. Hess, T. Goodwin, V.
Hart, M. Staddon, R. Chittum.
Fourth Row: W. Gallagher, V. Johnson, l.. Capps-llanti. M. Nvoodnll, B. Weston, A.
Brooks, F. Catain, O. Coulson.
A CAPPELA CHOIR
The A Cappella club was formed for the purpose of developing and
improving choral singing among the students of the school. Any stuclent
meeting the entrance requirements and having a sincere interest. in singing
may become a member.
The A Cappella club helps in presenting music for school assemblies
and other programs.
During the past year the cluh has participated in the Christmas pro-
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Vice President ..... ....... B etty Baber
Secretary ,,,.,.., ..,,. .... ........ L o r aine Guthrie
Treasurer ...,. .,........................... M ary Nickolich
Sponsor ...... Miss Mary Elizabeth Summerfield
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I7 Football, Parsons.
24 Football, Wheeling.
29 Home Ec. tea.
l Football, East Fairmont.
C. R. A. Spaghetti Feed.
8 Football, Elkins.
I5 Football, Weston.
22 Football, W. 81 l.
28 Election of Senior officers.
29 Cheerleaders' dance.
Football, West Fairmont.
5 Football, Grafton.
I4 Home Ec. dance.
24 Turkey l-lop.
3 Thespian play-"American
I0 Civic Club clance.
I4 Basketball, Nlasontown.
I 7 Hi-Y clance.
2l Basketball, W. 8: I.
3 School reopens.
7 lnter-Club dance.
Basketball, W. or l.
I0 Basketball, West Fairmont.
I4 Basketball, Weston.
Honor Society party.
I5 Basketball, Elkins.
I8 Basketball, Grafton.
I9 Basketball, Mannington.
Zl A. O. O. Victory Swing.
25 Bancl Concert.
29 Basketball, Triadelphia.
I Basketball, Mannington.
4 Basketball, University High.
5 Thespian Party.
8 Basketball, Grafton.
I I Home Ec. Sweetheart Sweater
I5 Basketball, East Fairmont.
C. R. A. Bond Auction.
I8 Basketball, Elkins.
22 Basketball, East Fairmont.
25 Pep Society's Sweetheart Ball.
28 Basketball, University High.
3 Sectional Tournament.
I0 Regional Toumarnent.
I 7 State Tournament.
24 Thespian Play-"Junior Miss"
25 St. Patrick's Swing.
31 Masquers' Play.
I4 Hi-Y Minstrel.
I5 Duces Dance.
2I Photography Club Dance.
29 C. R. A. Cotton Dance.
2 Senior Play-"Ever Since Ev
I I May Festival.
I2 Honor Society Banquet.
I5 Skip Day.
26 Senior Class Day.
28 Senior Sermon.
Nancy Jarvis dicln't Wear a plaid skirt?
Bob Stultz hacln't come to town?
LaRue Bauer clidn't giggle?
Rita Stenger had no Tommy?
"Lita" Brutto weren't sweet?
"Wee Wee" weren't Wright?
Ruth Headlee didn't make A's?
"Mokey" Hedlesten weren't "shot"?
Jeanne Jones had no soldier named Bill?
Connie McLain dicln't like the Navy?
Ruth Ann McGinnis weren't a "bone crushern?
Mary Owen Scherr weren't class nuisance?
Vera Snyder weren't Looney?
Bob Bowers was tall?
Lincoln Cartleclge weren't Ubrainyu?
Dave Jacobs clidn't look "neet"?
Lee Strimbeck were quiet?
jim Wade had no car?
Mike Wilson hadn't met Katie?
Eva Campbell didn't have an Us and Co
Jo Anne Schenck weren't glamorous?
Bud Case would make up his mind?
Larry George dicln't have his horn?
Bill Looney didn't have Vera?
X Miss Broderick weren't so-o-o sweet?
Dick weren't a Pill?
Jo Anne Clark weren't a moron?
Barbara Faulkner had no boy friends?
jean Fisher were dumb?
Harry johns liked Sophomores?
Mary Ann Cox
jo Anne Clark
Ruth Ann McGinnis
Mary Ann Cox
Lona Bell Casteel
Mary Ann Cox
MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY
Mary Ann Cox
Mary Ann Cox
BEST ALL AROUND
jane Ann Spangler
Doris jean Hecllesten
Doris Jean Hedlesten
Jo Anne Clark
Ruth Ann McGinnis
Ruth Ann McGinnis
Ma ry Scherr
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This year something new was added to the extra-curricula activities of
Morgantown students. It was the establishment of the Youth Center or Teen
Town as it is more generally called. Early last winter the student recreation
council announced the opening of the Center on Kirk Street in downtown
Morgantown. The opening was brought about by the combined efforts of
the student bodies of local junior and senior high schools. The attendance
at the center grew to overcrowded proportions, and as a result, Teen Town
was moved to a larger and better location on Wall Street.
Consisting of an excellent dance floor, "julie" box, ping-pong tables,
"snack" bar, etc., the Youth Center has become the afternoon and evening
meeting place for relaxation.
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Congratulations on your commencement day.
May success attend your every undertaking,
and may the years ahead of you bring the
fulfillment of your fondest hopes- .......
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Mary Fletcher weren't "all aroundn?
Nelda Kinnan were a "sourpuss"?
Peggy Knapp weren't ---- ?
Sharon Luikart weren't well liked?
Helen Price weren't beautiful?
Virginia Smith weren't combing her hair?
Joyce Thompson weren't "Fluffy"?
Kitty Weaver couldn't dance?
Arthur Buehler weren't smiling?
Jack Halki had his Demolay pin?
Maurice Leatherman were short?
Bill Slavins didn't talk?
Ben were Stout?
"Chee Chee" Bonfili weren't a C. H.?
Joe Collett had no uniform?
Sonny Koehler didn't curl his hair?
Beth Alleman weren't shy?
Doris Coddington couldn't laugh?
Mary Ann Cox didn't have "IT" ?
Eleanor I-larworth didn't go to "Teen Town"
Reid White had no personality?
Bob Maddox came to class?
Jim Barthlow didn't go for peroxide locks?
Bob Reid clidn't have D. D.?
Virginia johnson couldn't sing?
Joan Peterson were a blonde?
Joan Swink couldn't write to servicemen?
Anne Vandervort weren't polite?
Lila Lee Robison didn't "Tink"?
"Ever Since Eve" by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements was the
play presented on April 28 by the Senior Class. Mrs. Olive Coffroth Miss
Elizabeth Byrd, and Mrs. Gay lden supervised tryouts. Mrs Coffroth dn
rected the play. The characters were:
Mrs. Clover .
Mr. Clover ,,...
Spud Erwin . ........ ..
Susan Blake ...,....
Betsy Erwin , ......
Henry Quinn .,......
Lucybelle Lee ....
.. . Beth Alleman
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Mary Ann Cox--"Foxie"
Chee Chee Bonfili-UC. H."
Mary Louise Flumm--'iwee Weei'
Jane Ann Spangler-Upee Vveen
Jo Anne Clark-"Nosey"
Ruth Ann McGinnis-"Pretch"
Reid White-"Doris jean"
Doris Jean Hecllesten-"Mokey"
,Ioan Swink-' 'Stinkie Swinkieu
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C. A. P.
On March IS, I944, twenty-four Morgantown High School students
completed the requirements for Civil Air Patrol Cadets. These members
had completed two hours of Civil Air Patrol history, three hours of military
courtesy and discipline, five hours of drill, and one month service in the
The C. A. P. was formed mainly for boys who passed Army Air Corp
tests and wanted training before they were inducted into the Air Corps.
The courses that are taught are radio code, meterology, navigation, and
camouflage. When he was sworn in each member was entitled to a fifteen
minute ride in an army grasshopper plane CAronca L-33.
New members are being trained to follow up the original group. The
original members are William Hosey, Jack Cordray, Robert Eddy, Julia
Chester, Dorcas Menear, James Chalmers, William Slavins, joe Collet Cdrill
sergeantj, Gordon Royer, Ruby Trickett, James Woodward, Ruby Shaffer,
lrma Smith, Theresa Zick, Billie Barker, Audrey Thomas, Helen Miller, jack
Brothers, Virginia Fisher, Nick Batlas, and Dale Fawley.
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Martha Abbott .,....
Jack Aitken ......
Beth Alleman ...,,.,.
.lamel Anderson ,,,,,,A,,, -.-'-
Keith Arnett ........
Clara Austin ..........
a ter Baker .
ilxilith Balog .......
'Billie Barker ....
,-Larue Bauer .
Bill Beckett ......
Arthur Buehler . ....
lrene Bevelack ...,.,
Kenneth Bond ..,.,
Robert Bowers ......
Roy Brass ...,,....,,,,,
Alvadene Brooks im
' Lita Brutto ..,,..,,,,,,
Ja mes Bucklew ..,...
Jessie Bucklew .,...,
lmogene Buzzard ..... ,,.,
Martha Callandrelli ...... ....
Eva Campbell ......,....
Bill Carter ,........,.....,, ,,,,
X, Lincoln Cartledge ..... ....
,Bud Case ......,.......
I Matilda Castagneri
'Lona Casteel .,...,....
fjulia Chester .....
Ruth Chittum ..,..
fjo Anne Clark ......
Rosalie Clark ........... ....
nfDoris Coddington ..... ....
' Ruth Core ..............
Merle Core ...,.,.... .... ....
Olive Mae Coulson
,Nlary Ann Cox ......
Eldon Cuppet .....
Kathleen Davies .
Elaine Davis ....
,-Eleanor Davis ..
Elizabeth Davis ....
-Frank DeCarlo ...,..
, Barbara DeLynn ....,
-Delores Eddy ........
Mary Farmer .....
Lovela Foster .....,..
Margaret Fatt ......
fBurbara Faulkner ...,. ....
' Mary Lois Fetty ....... ....
:glean Fickey ..........
Robert Field ....r..
jack Fisher ..,...
,jean Fisher ......
Virginia Fisher .. ..,......
Mary Fletcher .............,. .....
.Ma ry Louise Flumm
lrene Forbes ................ .....
Favorite Pastime What You Want Preserved at MHS
Arguing with teachers ..
Visiting the smoke-hole
Hunting ...,.A,,,,,,,,,,A,,.,,4A,, ,-
Reading and writing letters-U
Henny Penny ...... ..
Dancing at the Rec .....
Clicking my heels ...,,
Detention Hall ........
Football ......,......... .......,..
Spending time in library .,,... ...,...
C. A. G. meetings .,....,...,..
Eating hot fudge sundaes .
Modern dancing practice .
Loafing .... ......i, . .
Getting out of tests ............
Working at milk cabinet ..
Eating ............,...............,..... .....v.
Writing letters . ......,...,. .
Basketball ......,..... .......................
Modern dancing .........,.........,........
Walking backwards through halls
Reading scientific articles ............
Singing ............. .......
Writing letters .
Dancing .,......... ......,............
Hiking .....i........... ......................
Neglecting physics assignments ....
Movies ........,,... .................,....
Going to movies ...... ............
Flying ...,...,..,.. ......,.......,...............
Designing and making my clothes
Writing letters .....................,........
Getting dismissed from school ......
Practicing for plays ...,..................
Seeing movies ..., ......... ..,.........,...
Not studying .........
Talking in class .,.... ,. .......... ...... .
Roller skating ..........,......,........,.,,,,
Keeping track of "steadies"
Cuuessll ........,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,
Eating ...... ......................
Mr. Stevenson's humor
The swell basketball team
The dark room
US 6: CO.
Miss Jones' room
Red and Blue journal
Excused tardy slips
That strange US 6: CO. pin
A winning varsity team
My detention record
Mr. Hastings locker check-ups
War Bond auctions
Home Room H4 ,V
Home Room l06
New lighting system
Miss Stonestreet's personality
Beauty in the office
Third year Latin
Long cafeteria waiting line
F. F. A. club
Football and basketball teams
CRA accomplishments 6: successes
One portion of the Jr. Class
Amelia Fratto ......
Anna Friend ........
,Donald Furman .....
Lillie Gabhert ..,...
Doris Gall ......,.,....,.
Emma Gaston .........
Cecil Gates ..........
Larry George ......
Helen Gladis .....
,Fred Godfrey ......
Ruby Goff ...............
- Erwin Goldsmith ...... ....
Billie Goodwin ........
Margaret Gray ........
,Evelyn Guthrie .. ..,.,... ....
',Lorraine Guthr' ....
f Mildred Guthrie? ..,...
Wanda Hagedorn .,.... ....
jack Halki .........
Elsie Hare ......,......,.
Betty Harper .........,
fEleanor Harworth ,,
!'Ruth Headlee ..........
,-Doris Jean Hedlesten
,Lorene Hixenbau h
K Robert Hixenbaugh
Louise Hooper .,........ ....
rchie Howell ......,
fcillian Huffman ...r.
.fNancy Jarvis ......,.
,fE.dward Kelly ......
'Kenneth Kelly ....
,Stuart King ........
,Nelda Kinnan ......
.Peggy Knapp .....,
fwalter Koehler ........
' Alma Kraus ............
June Lltman ..... ..... . ....... .
fBill Looney ..............
fPat Lyrazh ..........
orcas anear .,..,..
flaouie Mares ........,...
fffommy Marshall ....
fGlenn Martin .........
jonald Matheny .....
Sara May ................
fRuth Ann McGinnis
fConnie McLain .......
faul Medrick ......
Mary Medvick .....,.
Burleen Michael .....
fPatty Miller ........
Elvin Mollohan ........
Donald Newlon ....,,
ma ry Stella Nicholich .... ....
Freda Nuce ................... ,,,,
fMelvin O'Dell .........,.. ....
Stephen Olel-:sa ,... .
james Olexa ........
Susan. Olivario ....
Favorite Psstime What Y
Singing .................,, .....
Loafing .....,.,.,......,...,. .....
jam sessions ....... ....... .
writing to "Chick" ....A ffl
Chemistry class .....
Receiving letters ............ . ..... .
Going to basketball games ..,.........
Keeping in touch with Fairmont ....
Recreation center . .... .
Dancing ...,.......... .....
Studying nature .. .....
Dancing .....i.,... .....
Talking in class ..
Sewing ..........,.. .....
Dancing .........,.... .... .
Detention Hall ......,...... .....
Playing the piano ............ . ...... .
Reading murder mysteries ............
Dancing .........i...,............ .. .v..i..... ..
Listening to Mr. MciMillen's jokes
Out-arguing Jimmy ....,........ . ........
Basketball games ..,.......................
Movies ........,....... .....
Chewing gum .,.......... .....
Hunting ..........,............ . ....
Drinking cokes at Foor's
Machine shop ............... .....
Sketching, drawing ...,. ...--
Machine shop ..............v .....
Driving a car fast ....... .....
Swimming .,................ .-.-.
Main floor locker .... .....
Marching ..........,.... .... . .
Playing golf ........
Movies ................ .----
Birthday parties ...............-..-. -----
Shooting pool ..................Y...,..--A----
Talking to the right people ..........
Sleeping ....,.........v...............--.--.-.- -
Driving the Vleaver limosine ......
Phys. Ed. ........................-.----- ------ -
Loafing ..............................--- -----
Detention Hall .......... .....
Staff room activities ..
Dancing .....,........... -----
Dancing ....................... -----
Reading good fiction . .....
Eating ..................-,----- - ---- -
Dancing ...,.... -----
Basketball ...... --
Reading ..... -----
Eating ...... -----
Dancing ,.... -----
Dancing ..,.Y -....
Basketball ...... .....
Dancing ..... .....
Home Ec. Club
ou Want Preserved at MHS
Noon hour at smoke-hole
"Stormy Weather" for
Pretty blue eyes
8:00 gym class
Good looking girls
G. R. A. room
Mr. Davis' personality
G. R. A.
Little girls like Nancy
More class movies
Room 2 24
The office fMet pool room,
Red and Blue journal
"Big Ten Champs"
Typewriter in Miss Randall's class
My love for Harriett Wiedebusch
Coach Clyde's hair
The mighty Ml'lS band
Good arguments in Problems Class
Seat in detention hall
Grounds around school buildings
Noon hour dancing
Red and Blue journal
Name Favorite Pastime What You Want Preserved at MHS
William O'Neal ..,...
Kaarbara Osborne ,. .
fporotha Page ...,...
Joan Peterson .....
7Dick Pill .........
1 Helen Price ,........
' Janie Radetich .....
Bob Reid ...,......, ...,
'Regis Rehanek ,,.....,
fBetty june Robison ,.
f-Lila Lee Robison ......
Gerald Rogers .. ..
fjune Roseberry ......
fBetty Lou Rose ........
Annabelle Royce .
fBeatrice Ryan .,........
Virginia Sams ,,4, .
X-jo Anne Schenck ....
Joe Schifano ,...,. .....
Rose Marie Sellaro
Dorothy Shaffer . .
Ruby Shaffer .,.....
jDoris Sheets .......... .
Xfietty Lou Shelhamer
Frances Shepherd .. .
fRita Sidler .,.4.......v..
fwilliam Simington ,,
fVera Snyder ..Y. ,...,
Clifford Spangler .
XMahlon Speicher ....
' Mary Staddon ....,..
Virginia Steel ......,
lfRifB Stenger ......
Sonia Still ..
',fRobert Stultz ..,.
Ray Summers ..
floan Swink . ........ .
f Helen Tamaska
ffl:-rry Taylor ......
Edna Tenny ......
Joyce Thompson ....
Elizabeth Thorn .,.,.,
f'Robert Trickett .....,..
Madeline Uphold .,..
fAnne Vandervort ....
lna Vannoy ,...... .....
flames Vfade ,,....
Flora yard .,,..,
itty eaver .... ....
igillie V'eston ..,.......
fReid White ........,.,..
fMichael Wilson .....,
Richard Wilt ....,,,.....
fwilliam Windell ....
Wilma Mae Wolfe ..
Mary Woodall ........
ill Wotring ,........
fsouise Yates .,........
Gloria Zaccagnini ....
Reading .......,.,.,. ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,
Dancing at "Teen Town" ..
Loafing in gym ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,
Hunting "jealously" on juke
Knitting and sewing ...... . ...,...........
Riding with Artie Smith ....
Teen Town .................,.....
Embroidering and sewing ..
Swimming at Cheat ...........
Taking in good movies ..
Singing ......... ' .......,....,
Talking in class ..
Music .................. .
Working in cafeteria
Sports ........,......,,. ..
Writing letters ..,..,.......
Dancing .,......, . ...,.,........,.., .
Playing Blue Danube ..........
Listening to Tommy Dorsey
Talking about Bud ............,.
Dancing ..,................... ....
Writing letters .
Acting .,....,...... .. .... ,,
Laughing . ..... ..... ...,.........,. .
Reading ...,... ..............
Taking 8:15 physical fitness
Talking .................,.... .... ......
C. A. G. meetings .,..,.....,... , ...,.....
Eating Eskimo pies ......,.............,,. ,
Getting out of technical drama ....
Having a good time .............,........
Going to Huntington ......
Writing to Johngy .......
Listening to records ......
Writing to my husband .....,
wifltlhg letters ...........,.. . ..,......,... ..
Making tracings in
Collecting pictures ..,............ .
Driving? P P? .......................
Dancing ........... ....................
Tom Marshall ...... ...... . ....... . .........
Dreaming about a certain sailor
Beating Us 6: Co. at basketball ....
Eating ..........,.................... ............
Movies ........,,, .
Going to school ........
Dancing ' ...v..........,....,...
Ducking Mr. Hastings .. .
Modern dancing ,class
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janitor known as "jake"
Scott Davis as principal
Good time in the hand room
Coach Clyde's hair
Mrs. Simmons' personality
The detention hall
This year's basketball record
Mrs. Simmons' personality
Our morning gab-fests in H. R.
Talking in class
All of the grounds and buildings
Mr. Hastings walking through halls
Locker A-l I6
My detention hall record
Not a darn thing
A good seat in the auditorium
Mrs. Peck's English class
Scraper in Mechanical Drawing
Friendship of boys' clubs
Mrs. Thorn's office
New books in Glee Club
"Stormy Weather" played by band
Mr. Davis' hair
Red and Blue journal
Mrs. Coffroth's quizzes
Us 6: Co.
Pests in class
Home Ee.. Club
One Hundred One
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Rose Sweeney Award in Mathematics, Woman's Club
M. T. Sisler Award in Home Economics, Elizabeth Ludington Hagans
Chapter of D. A. R.
Best Thespian, National Thespians, Troupe 27
Citizenship Award, B'nai B'rith
Sally Loudin Award in Commercial Work, Business and Professional
Jewelled Hi-Y Pin, Morgantown Hi-Y Club
Alternate, State Voice Scholarship to West Virginia University
Second Prize, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Essay Contest
WALTER A. KOEHLER, JR.
Four Year Scholarship to Carnegie Institute of Technology
Downs Art Award
LEWIS CORE, JR.
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Board of Education .....
A Capella ....,....
A. O. O. ...... .
Duces' ,..,.. .
G. R. A. ...... .
Home Economics .
Honor Society ..........,
Palette and Brush
Pep Soclety ............
Quill and Scroll .............. .
Red and Blue Journal ........
Student Council ...........
Us and Co. ....
Boys' State .........,......
Calendar of Events ....... ,.
Civil Air Patrol Cadets .,,....
In Memoriam . ...........,. ..
Jug Labels ..v...............
Nancy's Novelties ........,
School Song ................
Senior Celebrities .......
Senior Play ............
Teen Town .
What If .........
Girls' Sports ...... ..
Modern Dancing ........
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