Mount Union Area High School - Ilium Yearbook (Mount Union, PA)

 - Class of 1944

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T-XBI In OI COINTHNTS Dzdlcatlon Forux ord Aflrnmwtr :tum bLIll0I"-X Org iI'l1LdtlO!l'i Niufm Athletlw Adx Qrtlsement-A F W W N1 ' W V 4 J Q f J , , . z ' , . Underclassmen z ' . L ..' 'I " X iw sf Sxx If ,- Sex' en A Av X fXUM1Nl3WWUN XX X M 4 , wal 5 '- Z' ffl oafzb o clwo Dvzecfofzs Herman Smlth Plesldent Vlctor Wallett Charleq Suders Charles Huston Sr R D Heck Treaourer Charles Hower Ethel K. Goodman, Secretary Ten HARRY W SLOTHOWER B S M A Supervlsmg Prmclpal All rlght College folumbla Umxersxty WALTERA KEARNEY BS M Ed Hlgh School Prmclpal Umx erexty of Plttsburgh Penmylx .ama State College El MABLE A. CORNEI.II'S. A. 8. J. CORWIN JOHNSTON. E. E. History Shops Reading liusiness Agent Spellinu Physics Shippenshuri: State Tvarhers' College Mathematics Juniata Colleue Rod and Gun Club Pennsylxania State College Ohio Northern University Pennsylvania State College RAYMUND HERBERT FISSEI.. A. B. EMILY CARRVTHERS. A. Il., M History English I', O. D. Spanish Journalism Senior Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Trojan Advisor Quill and Scroll Juniata Colin-no Franklin and Marshall College Duke I'niv1-rsity Gettysburg College Pennsylvania State Teachers' College Millersville State Teaehers' College RUSSELL C. GILLAM, B. S. J. RICHARD BITRKHOLDER, B. S. Music Supervisor of Music' Engligh Pennsylvania State College Chorus Juniata College Indiana State Teachers' College Elizabethtown College West Chester State Teachers' College CLEO M. GARVER, A. B. JOHN B. HARTZLER. B. English Agriculture Literary AdvisoriTrojan and Illium liiolofzy Librarian Future Farmers of Ann-rira Juniata College Goshen College Cttlllmbia UHIVQFSIY-Y Pennsylvania Stale Colleue ROI 'YKQ , .'..4'f'i,.,s, VYALTER VV. RITVIIRERHER. H. A. llislury Ill-wuruphy l'hysi4-:nl l'i1lu4'uliuli Vzirsily liuslu-tlmll .lunim Vursiiy lizvlwtlmll Vzmrsiiy Vlulr .lumulzi I nllc-1:11 l'vrmsvlv:inizi Slzilv Tn-:1r'h4-rs' Vullvllz- THROTHY S. JEFFRIES Plum' Gm-uni:-try Spf-cial Math Aluuhra 2 'liiironumnftry Sulinl Ge-unix-Iry Svninr Math l'a-in Fluli Nth Math Q Y RAYMOND JOHN GREEN. B. S. Vunime-rm-ial Ge-mzraphy Physical Phluratiun Varsity Funtlnall Vnnrh liuvkm-ll Univ:-rsily l'r-nnsylvzmizi Shah- T+-:ivhs-rs' Carllvflv Juniata Vfille-5:11 Frm-iirh l.:xlin Hnxrlish Vlzissivzil Fluli liilulv Study l ullmrm- Stuhf Fullvxlm- ..- KATHRYN E. BULLER, A. B. Social Studies English Phycholuzy Senior Class Spunsnr Draniatic Club liuml Uullvgzn- Shiinps-nslmrg: Stain- 'IX-:n'hn-rs' Vcxllvgc KERTA P. lll'Tl.lNfiER. B. A. JEANETTE ESP!-INSHADE. B. S. DOROTHY JEAN GELNETT. B. S. Home I-IL-unoniics Social Clulx Hiking Club Arvhe-ry Club lllium Advisor Indiana State Teachers' Cullefze JANET KEECH MNGREW, A. B Shnrlhzin4l English Typing Senior l'ulrlic Speaking llikini: Vlulr Trojan Aslvisvr 1'umnn-rviznl ,Mlxisur lllilllll :Anil Trojan Wvslminstvr i'ulln-izv l'.llf,:iln-lhtlm n lull.-uv ,lunizitzx Vullvlrv Thirteen C. RIFHARIJ tllll.. ll. S. LURRAINE E. THOMAS. B. S. Mzilhx-n1:11i1'4 Vfwatinnal Home lfxwriluniim-4 lie-wurzllvhy Fuml Service Club .luniur Yziwity lfuullvslll Home I'i1'onun1irs Clulr Jlllllvl' Yzirfity lizwlu-Iln:ill Girls' liaekq-tlmall 'Vumlrlinu 'll-uni l'enusylvanin Slain' T:-zu'hs-re' i'nlln-uv Ars'hn'ry Clulm I.m-k llzixwn Stull- 'l'l-zirliu-ri Vnlla-ue VERA AHRENUT SADLER. B. S., H. D. l.UI'l.A SUVTH, H. A. History l'iny,:lish Civics l'vl'suri:xlity Clulx Ni-lvruska W4'Sll'5'HI1 UYliVl'l'SlY5' Lincoln Colle-pri' 1'l'02i1'T 5l'Tv1iY1iiT5' Illinois Slain- Normal Uniwrsity M, JEAN YOCUM, B. S. liusim-ss lficlllcatinn Trnjan Aslvisor Shippf-nslluril State Ti-:iz-he-rs' Coll:-uv untclau Stun' Ti-:ache-rs' Cullvxxe l'vi1r1aylx'unizA State 'fc-ax1'hm'l's' Cnlleire LENORE REEDER. B. S. Biology Mathematics Franklin Science Club Junior Sciunce Club Hiking Club Indiana Slam- 'l'1-avhm-rs' Cullm-uv Pennsylvania State Teachers' College NANNIE MCCLAIN. B. S. ESTHER M. HEEFNER, A. B.. B. S. ivth Sciuncc- Hume and Schunl Visitor Franklin Scivnce Club Syracuse lfnivorsily Junior Science Club l'vnnsylv:inia Stan- Teachers' Colle-ge -.fr Fourteen IAVKANDA Sl DFRS Su'r4t'1r5 n Thx xxnu arlxutf Hugh sy no n 1- THUVIAS FIFI DS Jannor C raduate of VI! lnmn High School K Fifteen T h I- .I:"'-'pal A Gr' 1 - uf .:. .7 . m. Vnzun 'f uh 1 ' ' ' ' , . .:' ,, K ,..,, 4 " ' fs' X r f' I F " ik , 7 T? x Q All M. eh Q , Qs XX lf: L gl it . SI l xf ...sb Q 262 1: 9" 'HSI A J' Xfxxx.-Z F' Flghteen +-.mf 3 ZW 9 '. 'vat 2-3 L'-Airy' -'g Y ' - ',A' 1,151 .-5 ,.., ,Av. Y .,.,.,, I . ' D 2: 'X .11 .Er ' ' Q J ,1g::QfQEgE':5:, -1:5512 Q:f:3:f'- ' V""' 1227? 5513 ' I .141 21:56 ' fflir- 0 , i ' 12-A., VV V. I EA:-'Z'Z ' . 1:1:i:5".::- "'5"3:g " . , :-.-,..-:I:T:g. "'E: "" 2271 1 1-15?W::::9155:"' , W Q55 ' -3: -.,A X "2 .' """ " 25121215 .rf 4: F01 'if .. ' A 0 X 'EL ' j 3 Q a J 'K ,ff 'X 4 . 5 ' VX nm-'5Ej:,, 1, 1:1 li 'I fifll: - - I in , 1: I 'sfgf .1f- -1"q. 'Z viv' L I -1 :.,, a NN wg 49' A , 2 E sw X N -5255 l,, V fz. f A 3 ""TA ' 'A SENIUHE CLASS OFFICERS WILLIAM McGARVEY Presldent T' WALTER ROLL Vice Presxdent L... ,,.. MAXINE HUTCHISON Secretary ROBERT LONGACRE Treasurer P Twenty i Q rg 4 3 . ' A . . S ja L ff 4 ft ,R Q . ANNA IOUISE ALBRIK HT ROB IN xekname Ann Address 2 W Hxlley Strfet Date of Birth December lb 1926 Pct QYDTLSSIOH Ihnoey Huey Dmkle Lour-.Q Acarlemlc P111 I I IS OPAI BYERS MARY THRESEA AMBROSINO Nuckname Ambrose Addresi 26 F Watzr Street Date of birth Marth 74 102V Pat ucpres-.mn H1 y'1 ugly' Louxse General FRT LEE ANDERSON Nickname liob Addre-sa 26 Ia. Penn Axenue Date of bnth February ls 1976 Pit evprsbalon Is esexybody happy" Qourse Academn. KATHLEEN VIAI REENI BRIGGS Nltkname Kay Address Newtun Hamilton Pa Date of birth January 11 1'Vl let vqxrnsslun Arg you klddlm, nur Ccmr rv BETTIE I Nltknamt Ihxdsly JANE CLITES A4 1 nab Allznport I I 1 of h th July I e t vqvre-.-.mn Hulv lium kttsl Knur-.L lumnnrslal ANNA KATHERINE CARTER Address lm S DIVISIQPII Strmet Date of bnth January 11 IW Iet expression Art you kldrlln Lnur e Commercml Tu: nh one Nncltname Betts Addrebb 22 W Garber Street Date of birth September S 1926 Pet evpxebbxon Jeqmers' Crum. Central C l ARFNLI' C01 MAN .IR Nultnanlt Dutth urns HU Iurxr Strut Date of birth Sqvttmlux 10 19 6 let expression Sugar' Coulse General 's i 51 , ' 1 ' . 1 : . '.' .L.' - f. : ' . . ' -. : 1 ' ' ' "I ' ' : ' Ca 'sez il -al .'W.Qr?,i, 35? .., .-54,-j L: 1, ' U I . ll--sz. - , 'a, ..: ' D Dat- ll' : 2611025 ' Z ' H l" 2 : , ' . . ' ' ' I : -1 I '. .1"I ' . . . .7 1 - L- , g A'-... ,Z . , "2 ' 5 All-:.':1.I,, '1l: .' ' - I ' R. ' ' :-- - -' , 2 1 S3 . ' .' :.' " . - 1 ' GERALDINE MARIE CORBIN Nickname: Honey Admin-sa: Mapleton Ileimt. Pa. Date of liirth: January H, 1 Pet expression: Darn it! Uunrse: General 1 - V -----' - . DONALD FRIST Nickname: Don Amlllresst II S. Division Sire , , -i vi Date of hirlh: Ifelmi-1l:ii'y 15, 1926 I'vt expression: Hey now, I'ulirss-: Gem-rzil ANNIS LEPURTA CRAWLEY Nickname: Lee LUIS .IOANN CUNNINGIIAM Nickname : Darby Address: 307 Lawrence Street Address: 133 W. Shirley Street Date of birth: 1-K-lwllury 5, 19245 Dau- of lm-th: Marc-h 7, 1024: Pet expression: Don't be silly. Course: General Vet expression: My laml! Course: Academic x. .. ,a 2 My ., Y Y, 5311- f - ' :egg fi' 2-62.12 ' sz . , ., - -f4,i:f,2ef: ' i. , 11113-- FLORINE ELGIE DAUGHENBAUGH JOSEPH DWOZAN Nickname: Rene Nickname: Joe Address: Shirleysburg. Pa. Address: N. Shaver Street Date of birth: November 3, 1926 Date of hirlh: September 10, 1923 Pet expression: Don't be silly. Course: Geneial Course: General DOROTHY LOUISE DRAKE KATHRYN LOUISE EVERETT Nickname: Dottie Address: Milford Street Date of birth: September 12, 15024 Pet expression: Hi, drip! Course: Vocational Home Economics Twenty-two Nickname: Louise Address: T Shaver Street Date of birth: February 24. 151213 Pet expression: Oh. get out! Course: Commercial iw 2' IRENE THEE ETTA FETROVV Nickname: Sis Addr:-ss: R.. U. 1 liox IHA Date of birth: May 10, 129127 Pet expression: Su what? Course: Cnmmereial ANNA KATHRYN GERLOCK Nickname: Giddy Address: 600 N. Division Street Date of birth: February ZH, 15026 Pet expression: What say. kid? Course: Commercial BETTY LOUISE FLECK Nickname: Betts Address: Water Street Date of birth: June T, 19255 Pet expression: Du it nnw. Course: Commercial ANDREW JOSEPH GERGEL Nickname: Gegxzie Address: T1 Vine Street Date of birth: October 15. 1927 Pet expression: Hi ya babe! Course: General RAY LESTER FETROW Address: Mount Union R. D. 1 liox 18 Date of birth: April 2, 1925 Course: Agricultural. A '-21,34 '..x,4.--v . .u , ,g1,. vi -, Nm I n ,.,' . src. J , I 4""4? f, .1 -:fuzz '- K ' .- ' ,.:-1,3 ,,. , . 1- 'r .- 24: ' "-., Y' , ww. ,-K ,-4 ..., 5 rw , gy gg ' ik WAYNE CROMER GRACEY Nickname: Gus Address: 114 W. Maxwell Street Date of birth: July 2, 1926 Pet expression: Silly boy. Course: Academic GRACE MARY GIACOBELLO Nickname: Gram-ie Adrlress: 20 li. W:ilt'r Street Date of birth: September 26. 1025 l'et expression: Kit Ta liutz - Course: General ANNA MAE GREENLAND Address: Three Springs, l'a. R. D. 2 Date uf birth: October L 1926 Pet expression: Ah. you. Cmirse: Vos-atiunal Home l-Icuuumics T . 3- l. Twenty three Y I 5 9 I g 4 5 .I ANIDA .II'NE GRISSINGER MARY I.0I'ISI-I GI'MRI-IRT Nieknzime: Griss Nickname: Tools Address: Mount Union, Pa. R. D. Address: Shirleyslsuriz, Pa. R. D. Date of liirlh: November 20. 1925 Date of liirth: Uelollei' 2-I, 15026 Pet expression: Nitty, Nitty, now! l'el exuression: Ilon't lie silly. Course: Vocational Home Economies Course: Vocational Home Economies HELEN LOUISE GROVE HILDA RUTH GUTSHALI. Niekname: Sadie Nickname: Red Address: Shirleyslnlriz, Pa, R. D. Address: 22 W. Wah-r Street Date of hirth: June 12, 1926 Date of birth: Oetolmer 2-1, 19216 Pet expression: Hurt you mueh'I I'et expression: Are you ki4ldingz'f Course: Vocational Home Eeonuniies Course: Academic 'H .V if F .,- ,, :Z it any fn- .-:ie ' 1 A v' '- '-Rf' "' - -.l4""' i'1bf1.5,- ' ia. '-. ,A :'fyFiEAg13 y .4 ,. J 1 - ' 5, . . . ' 'j. ' 1..-7 A . ' .fl .1.l?fSvi r N . 'L 1 ,sw W. i A :Eff if ,Q , ii A I 'iggiliiffi' 4 ' . I " ' ' 1 Q if 9, , 1. , Q qlffh "il I gg, y 1. if vi-ff' 1 K N .M . , ' : 5 ' ""' -i ' , is -.,. ,' f A ff Hs BETTY JANE HACK HILDA ALICE HANCOCK Nickname: Bets Niekname: Idie Address: Mapleton Depot. Pa. Address: 121 S. Division Street Date of birth: May 3, 1925 Date of birth: January 17, 11026 Pet expression: You're not kidding! Pet expression: All right! Course: Vocational Home Economics Course: General VERA HANCHARENKO FRANCES ESTHER HARRIS Nickname: Mad Russian Address: liox 165 Date of birth: April 19, 1926 Pet expression: Hi ya Chimuie! Course: Commercial ,..,. w Nfsff Jia., Nickname: Greek Address: 416 N. Jefferson Strem-1 Date of birth: Auxzust -1. 120213 Pet expression: Turn me loose. Villianl Course: General r, Twenty-f our ,1 WINII-'RED JEAN HECK ANNA KATHRYN HOMULASH Nickname: Winnie NiCkf1HmZ U?iSl'l Address: Mount Union, Pa. R. D. Address: 110 Penn Street Date uf birth: September 10, 1925 Date of birth: Auirust 15. 1926 l'et expression: Oh. jeepers! PP! 0XDFPSSi0IlZ Sfllilll Course: General Course: Commercial JOY IRENE HETRICK ROBERT FOREST HOOPER Nickname: Hub Address: Mapleton Depot, Pa. Date of birth: September 21, 19263 Date of birth: February 1920 I'et expression: Holy balls! Course: General Nickname: Alellria Adress: 207 W. Halley Street I's-t expression: Hi yn. kid! Course: General xx .. 1- :L .wxrwg , ,.1,Ar' Q '53 wiv... . H 42 . - ' Q-1.44,-f -gf. 1' --ts, '4 w -5 'ir' 1? I :WWW .+L-V Y.. 1 .2 FREDA LOUISE HVGHES Nickname: Fritz Address: Milford Street Date of birth: December 1 Pet expression: Easy babe Cnurse: General 11923 L35- LOIS MAXINE HUTCHISON Nickname: Pink! Address: Shirley-Ayr Farms Date of birth: March 26, 1926 Pet expression: Gee Whiz! Course: Aeademie AIDA IRENE JENKINS Nickname: liabi- Address: South Jefferson Street Date of birth: February 21, 1026 l'et expression: Are you kidding? Course: Commercial FRANK HVNIAK Address: North Division Street Date uf birth: December 2, 1026 Course: General Twenty-five SARA MAY JOHNSON Nl1l1n1m1 S11 A 111 utnn II Ill 1 1 yum.-. 1.. 1 l 111 111 ' 7 mx xrm-.xr ns x u l1l1l1ll nmms r1l MQ' an-1Ae""'V"Ysznw 5 ,aff .euunnxnn X I MN if 49,9 JOHIN GEORI E kl RIG Nnkn.-mu lhll3.1.1mt 'I' E T ?Z: E :QQ- :reign - ':f- -gw :.. 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All'-.'s:121. zl 1' 'Ht 'L ' : ' ' 3 . .LS D- - " : 1' 9 T. 12023 p, . : 2 , - 1 . , 2 , U. ,A - ,7 -1,:', ,1 S.: .. 1 '. . . ' ' . , ll, I ,I ' . . ' 5 A Ass: val- - .'. All Az 1 - .l':u. 1 A 1 ' ' , LT Dai ' " I 1 ' 2. 111253 'I 'ssh Z ' ' l' "I 1' -t -X1 ".'."n : i-Y: l ' s -: I Y :Az ' ' "1 y 3 X . X . 1 :il 3 2 1 W' ,,, , ,,,,,,.,.,- ,- 1 r I 5 ROBERT CHARLES LONGACRE ANNE.LOVE Nickname: lioh Nickname: Billie Address: 3143 S. Division Street Address: Shirleysburu, Pa. R. D. Dafe nf birth: March 2, 11126 Date nf birth: July 10, 19263 Pet expression: Well I'll be -fl Course: Academic Cnurse: Cummereial LOUIS ANDREW LOS JOSEPH FRANIELIN MADDEN Nickname: Doc Nickname: ue Address: 499 Drake Street Address: 13 hW.MMarket1g5Peet Date of birth: September 1, 1924 Date of birt : ay 9. m Pet expression: Easy dues it. Pet eKD!'0SSi0Y11 D0 YOU h1iV9 YOUY Course: General Spanish done? Course: Academ 4i,i,.,,..,, : A. ""4a-. M, . . I 1 " 'a .. 'L 'QAWHQ' , ,W ' ' --... 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C0UTSf'f C4'm'1'2ll Course: Academic DESSIE MAE MARTIN GLADYS ISABEL McCARL Nickname: Dess Nickname: Gladys Address: T2 Vine Street Address: Mapleton Depot, Pa. R. D. 1 Date of birth: Nuveniber 12, 1924 Date of birth: May 23, 1927 Pet expression: What's cranking: kid? Pet expressinn: Dun't say draby, say Course: Vocational Home I-Ieununiius dren-se. Course: Academic v i I 1 tr 1 i Q i 3 Q ' :L Twenty-seven FIDNA II-RTRI DF Mcfl AIN IRANII-S IANI- MKARTX uknxnn xnm uknmu flllklt an un III :lun xr nu 1 .f mln S 4 Nlru I nl' m h ne 1 I 1 I Imt Marnhl 1' I u I um I III lult' mr 1 Kr uhmmc IIILTTI JEAN Mcfl AIN Nlpkname Pmtn Acldru Huntingdon Qtar Route D e of blI'II'I A Luct 1 1 let expreb lon Ah hu Cuurwe Academu I lux Arm yuu ICNIIIII In xtmnn Hunu I'cunon1u WII I IAM HENRY Md ARY FI Nickname Ihll :Lux x 1-H munt Hun D s of Ixlrth Qeplemhu 71 1974 Pct sxpve-N-.mn Well vkhfxtta knrm I Luurw l nmmercmal 'Vw f 'V' ,I-SI' Mn Qywpyxagsalidl Q., M WML Wm Ang? .5 If I-IEI EN DOROTHEA Mc-MUI LEN Nu kn xmu Hutch A1 4 ru 10 I' Shirley Street Dau of lnrth May 1 10 6 I Lt nxprexblon H1 Ya' LUIIIQL ALHIIEMIC n ALICE MEDWINSKI Nzrkname Olga Addlerb N Shaver Strut Inu uf blrth January P 1076 let Lxpresbmn Oh' Posh' Cuure Commun-xal "Ui 1 dv af,-fi e 'V M' ,san M. av , im FDW ARD I PVIIS MII I S Nxvknlmm Iwldn Addrus 401 S Jeffnrwon Strmet Da Q nf Inrth ldnuary '30 10? It axprt-x mn Huh Cats' Courw fe-nu'1I MARY MARTHA NORRIS Nlckndmc IHIIIIL Address Shlrleysbuxg Date of bnth January 10 11171 Pet 1XDI'lNSIUI'I That 5 tough' Cnursr Caneral PRD 'W-M 'REQ Tum ntg ought 5 . f I U . K I N"j.:- -L: l I .N"": -: 'I' - A MI I - -wg T43 IC. .'hirl ly .' --I. Ad I ' -ss: ll I' I: SI: II I -. I':x. Dat- rf " h: ' H- -921' Dat - I ' 't : .lu T. 921' l'vt 1-xrrussi n: D4 A' rs I. 1: 2 IH-I -Xprw-ss' I z - ' I' 11? I C1 sl: .0 -1 ' " K'mn's-': V: -1 ' :I 1 I' "s I Y Al 1 I . 1 1' I I Y . ' - ' 1 g - - A '. 1: ' 'SSI ' ' -- ' - PR- AII'-ss: llux 5, MI UI' . l':x. at ' : uf. E027 ap ' 3, A-L, .LL ' f 1 bk! . .- 1 , -I - ' :gl 1 ' W4 If M' 'A In 61" I' whff ' "I: ' 'V' ' - - I, I :A N J 5 E Y Q , . 4 V I if ?' -H ' 4 5 ' Qu ' 'vmlkgwi 2' ' :I .Z V. KA 5 ,Away In -Q may ' ., .. 1 4 , , , I - I A . rg, .I 9,1534 Y.?",,4f W- 5 5 I .. , '- A I if , 3' . - gr-:Q A . -A - fa fr-f W - . - I ,ef Q. . Tvwu I- , wr 4, it I I ,Eg s If if 'r,Fc:H ,- Jztlugqfg A .1 ix HU f , .f A A - . , ' .. ' ap ., -4 I.,-1 L I ,I - If ,p r ...,., qi ,A , M I-L N- A 1- fm 1- - ' ' A V ' - ' 1 ,- ,M 'ax I . A '7"".1.-Tail? ' , -- 1- ,N ' 'W-W I., V. I ' In Sfffx ' . ,wglgvyff "" ' ' 1- . fp,-L - . '--f,-,1 I, 114A 'i' I -an I ' y 1 v 1 1 A 'f'51 A I. 5 I ' I ' A 'Tl' I .Z ds. ' .' S ' ' ' ' : 7. .2 1- ' : .' ' . . .LT f' -' :. '- . P- : ,' .i . .' ': - A- .1 g , .K v., Y :A . 1 I: , . I . ..: D" . .. .1 - .,' 3. . I s-: -' ' ' 31: D- fw' " ' ' """T' W" ' "" ' Y" ' ' 'V' I f f x , 5' .V S' - 1 I , 'V , .. g,,,L 1 L . .......,.,--- -- v -Y ...,, ,, 4 v I 4 I REX NORTON MARY GRACE PAGANO Ni,:km,m,,1 Tm.h0H,1 Ni:-kmnnw: Murlsly Allflrc-ss: 30 W. Halley Street Aflflfviii gil-22 H- Yviltvl' Stl'l'Cf Dau, of birth: Jummry 14' 1927 Imtl- ul' birth: April 5. 11024- Cuu,-593 Agaflvmiu IN-t vxpm-ssinri: Are you kidxlmfx? Fuiirwei General MARY LOUISE OSWALT VIRGINIA GRACE PARSON Nickname: Ossy Address: 29 W. Garber Street Date of birth: March IT, 1026 Pet expression: Heeka miuhtyl Course: Academic: Jn, .qjz 1 - K-af.: Nickname: Ginny Address: Maxwell Street Date of birth: May 30, 15126 l'et expression: Hi Chiekunl Course: Commercial WALTER LEON PETERSON BETTY KATHLEEN POLLOCK Nirknamv: Wimpy Ni:-knzimv: ISI-ts Address: Shirley Strm-13 Aclclre-ss: Muunt Union, I':i. Date uf birth: Ih-cm-nxluw H, 15026 Pet expression: IJ:1t's 'lo way. Course: Gem-ral BETTY JEANNE POLLOCK Nickname: IS:-tsy Aslclrvss: McVeyt0wn, I'a. Date of birth: .Iammry 31 Pet expression: Glory lie! Cnurso: Commercial 1929 Date uf birth: IIl'l'C'l'YlIlt'I' lil. 11126 I'et expression: Take it easy! l'n11rsv: Gerwrzil VATHERINE ELIZABETH PRICE Ni:-knunw: Betty Address: Zi!! IC. fizirlvt-r Street Dzitv of birth: May 20. 19:36 I':-t expn-ssinn: VVL-ll. I Aluml it Course: Ge-m-ral Txunty nine Y ,,,.. ,-- W. -,...,-,T-,.., -, , , Y 1 i 8- Q JAMES RANKIN Ni4'knams-: Jim Ailelrm-ws: 114 li. Shirlvy Str:-vt lintn- uf lxirth: May 251, 1926 IH-I expression: Nuts Fuursv: lin-m'l'nl -----.-..--... Y., . ....- Y, , ICRNEST LEE ROBINSON Nicknamv: Earnio Allilrs-ss: T08 N. Division Straw-t Dale uf birth: April 26, 19241 l'c-t t-xpn-ssiuriz Easy nnw. Cullrsv: Avarlvmic' VIRIILINLA CAT5I.ERINE RECK WALTER Rollll N' mmwi jmny 1 Nickname: Iaflilick A'l'lr0555 12" W- VYHWI' 5l4"4"'l Atldrvss: 131 IC. W:Atn'l' StVc's'I 111110 of birth: Avril 10, 1925 Ilatt- of hirth: Nnvembvl- 30, 11120 Pet expression: Why sun-! In-1 1-xm-Q-men: Easy shark Cflursef Gf'm'r3l Course: General ""' 'M'-fa - f U.. - . A wi . ' Hu..-:v. ,.-. "" A' 'ft ' ' fqg,.ii-' , , ..' - --1 "s" Q95 . - ' de . W, -. ,, -" he ,I ,I , 1 ,, ,, M . 53 . .. . M .xr V H it 4 , ,, ua up l TS? sig ,sc-J-, t -K V kwa? 4 - F I 4 af - R " ' .. ,g. ' ' K : l ,YI .2 f , X, fi,--'IS 4 f" A ,,., W ,,. ' nl!- H Yi , .. 1 - v. H Q ff hs-3 --.14 ' . f.t..f5?V ' 'L -'W 4--...,..,,,,h 1' .UNE 'i' ii: ' ' g A l ' A 'y--.L . " R 3 IN-lm. Lui' 4 """"'-Wvuuuwxi-f 0 V il 'U """'1"' -I ja- -F-' I-.-U -..,, A -A . it MARGARET JOAN ROSENSTEEL Nickname: .Io Address: Xl., Shirloy Strom-t Date uf birth: Auxxust 13, 1926 Pct expression: Shout! Course: Commercial BERTHA LOUISE ROSENSTEEL Nickname: Sque-ezer Address: 221 Walnut Street. Kistlcr. Pa Date of birth: November 22, 1925 Pet expression: Upon my soul! Course: General V """' """"" ' I' ,Ai Thirty ISICSSII-I WINIFRED SMITH Nickname: Skeeters Amlflrt-ss: 3 Iiirch Street. Kistlvr. Pa. Date of birth: August 12, 1926 IR-t expression: Oh, goodness! Fuursvfz Academic VIRGINIA LARUE SNOW' Nicknamo: Ginny Address: Calvin. Pa. Date- uf birth: Ovtulwr ZH. If Pet expression: Oh. gosh! Course: Gem-ral 5 , pA I SNYDFR SI SAN ANN SVRCEK Nlvknamn Snufy Nlmknnme Sllwli. crm-. Mnunt Unmn I Il Adllflw N 5hdV4Y SUW01 1 of ur h u n 'VH I IU of lurth Smptsnmhzr 1'U 109i our-.L 11111 tm sf.-'nw W1 4: 'fi-Hgh, WII I IAM I EROX SNY DER un Comma lux FI IA .IFAN STAIR Wnknamn Illl NlcknamL Eddle Jean Anus '75 S Dlusmn qtreet Addlem, 21 W Vandesender Qtxect xc of hnth Ostubgr 11 6' Data of birth December 12 19' In. vqnr A h 4 let Lkpre-salon Ill be svutchul' uursm kmr ..,. -.mm VQRZV1- ,gf J,p.fx!'5'4lM uhm 3-4. 1'-n-uv--f.Q - a K ff-'A 1 'ls -H .wg rr'-1 xg! " LOUISE. Vm 'xtmnal Hmmm Fc nnumu A 'wawa mf 2553 Biff' -E j"4 W if 1 P JW fnfff 440' Mswyw Www. vm -an nrffvf' 'A' FAR! STEVFR SFAPI FTOWI ARTHUR BROWN THOMPSON JR Nickname Ah Nnknanu Alt zrus lxlu AIIIIYK s Mount Union Pa R D 1 uf ul Nuumur '07 Date of Illlth Du.1mI1Lr 4 lfvl Q nm muy llll nm 'K NFWA IRFNE STEFL vnu I no H15 humy' ur 11m MA Nlckn xmz Snmuy -'uiclrz 1 H v 4 4 in 4 I 1 I 4: II nnnly4 Thxrty one RY JOSEPHINE TROTTA Nickname Mary Ju A cross 1 Jeff 1 of blrth Minh I4 I uc fre:-.lun I our L Lummun x my nn Stud. ,, , . ' . ,. ,. ,,, I , l X , Q fi-- n. If . .'.' . -' H' V - 1 1 Adql X ' , m.. . Ig. A . S 'V -' -' - , Dat' I"l 1 IM--xml -r 27. I. -I 33 . V g , 1 - ' -. --I C .3 Ag 1 -ul Cr 'ru-: , zl .VVVA ... V ...V V Il -fs: LL? . ' "2 ' . ' - Dzt- " : ' ' -.1SP2w 2 - ' : , ELG '- -. 1-xsiun: O y-ah! '- f. : ' .' " - . C G' 'ul ' :': 'I ' ' ' .' ." -Lffifi .... ., - .. , ,g,.. 3.2, GV , , I, VV i. V V V- VSV? . 'V V V, -Q r ,'5fgU A 0 .ww .I 5. --'11, ,LV -- 4 V V Lv-,J ,, 'j J A , Q- : ' 13-"f U , ' 'Q , ' 'V ,V V, T , "" V 5-IV, 'V A! 1Vf V 'if , V. , , VI V 51. 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A -Q. ma. , JAMFS IEE VIII I IAMS IIIARI ES DOMER WINFREE 'Nnltnanu Ill'l1 N1m1tn1n11 Lhalln Arlrlrm I- 1 1 S 111 411 I0 l'1nL Shut Ixlxthr a L 111 Lu t ' 1 uf 111 ULIAIQ 1 '2 1 1 111 uf mu mnv nm ull I AW AINDA MAI' WII SON SARAH .I XNI' WRII HT Immltnxnu W11k1L N11k111m1 Snly :mms '10 1- Shnlmy Qtl ct Afldrm I 1 0 t Augx G 1' 1 D'1tL 11 1 th 1 It 121111 Nlt n Oh hadxen-.V 4, 111 Louun bmnudl 11 A 1111 11111 Thnty two A I -5 K' ' F ' - ul I A ' V x 1 I JA' , , I ,IZ .. I ' 'i1A.' . .' . ' Q." '.1.'I 1 ':-Ns: Xt- '11 11a1n1i1111, l':1. 1 'Z 'VV- lmtt- uf birth: M: 5' 11, 11023 ,-111'-Qs: 1.9 Y'. IN- 1 A H1111- 1'1-1 -xp1'1-Nsiu11: Ah! 1 - :mf 1"th: .Im ary 3. l. LT l'ux11'sv: .Xvzule-1111- l'a't -xprtssi : 'hz : J. 'Allillf I'n111'sn-I F11 A "iz1l ,'1'I' 1' i'I,.. 5' '4 ' g', " 1 ': Isl .IAQ A A I I ' 12 S "Flon fly' ' '1 ' fss: 2-1 li. Shx 'l ',' .'l1'4"'l DH! 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Past SDITIEQ Street 4 1 blr lune 4 1' 6 Da e of lnrth A nl 10 '7 re 1 e xx Ps ewpre-.-.lon Oh' M5 C I Ihck' I Vos xtlon xl Home Iwonomxcs Louise I Ineral MAXINF EDITH YOLLM N111 knanu NIALIKIL A sn s Sh I' barbel Street Da I of bnth Aprll 4 1021 let ucpre-.non Mercy' Q nur G4 nnral MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1944 INDUCTED DURING THEIR SENIOR YEAR Don Crxst Joseph Dwozan Robert Hooper Frank Hundlak John Kurey Joseph Madden Sam Maxwell VI alter Peterson Paul Snyder William Snyder Earl Stapleton Arthur Thompson Lee Vaughn 'I'l1E:'l,.' lfxr-e BOYS OF OUR CLASS WHO WERE INDUCTED INTO THE SERVICE BEFORE THEIR SENIOR YEAR G' L1 PVT CHARI FS HICKS cnterell the Army on JOSEPH A DICOSIMO tntezed the -serum Septembml 10 1943 He fn-.t went 1 0 August I 1'i-1l H1 took his boot Maryland and thsn M1 Sliillllll vshexe he txannlnf: at larrxs I 'md South Lnohna took hls basnc trammg I ter ws ns n fund t Lamr tlonul somenhue th: South I auf P F C JOSEPH A FIAFOBFI I 0 inte-reel the serv n 140 H I k Y 1 00 I5 l ll lldlllllll. 'ct lamp lamplnll tn tum ky and ls num IH tht Tank Lurp CHARI ES R MOHIER S llf' entered the WILI IAM ROSFNBERRY was lnrlurtul into N-iV5 071 I'f'blU8l'y Zi' 1044 He took his e armed forms on J ly 12 l F bout tralnlnx. at Sampson New York and 1 h s a lr' umm. '1 Pont ll 1-N was tlansfuled to Phllzuhlphla Naxy Texas sl 1 nova lll thx QAAAI Anti Yard and later to Norfulk Vngmna An Kraft Hxs prtsent whereabouts 'ure unknown IN MEMORIUM In the hearts of all the members of the present graduatlng class there are many warm, deep lylng memorles of the happy days we spent w1th Don, J1mmy and Ronald To know these three boys was a prlvllege, thelr kmdness, cheer fulness, and fun lovlng sp1r1ts won for them the frlendshxp of all who came 1n contact w1th them A Thlrty four . ,, I .. - , I . , J A3 , I . V, 5 S . A , X 9 ti W v I .. ' 4' ,va 'V 7 , A Y ,A , , ,1 :ex , , I 1 ,I ,z it " , I T-' , . :. 0 n ' .- af . f, - 13 . 1 ' ' - ' ' ' " s.: . , 'z ' ' . '. " ' ' . He a ' 'za tra s -"1 o '- 1 Lv' jeune-. North Carolina and now is sta- ' - : ' -' in - .' 'z " ic. . . a . I A 4 1 x .' ive 0 M21 30, . 43. ' hh' las" f. " -. K-- ' -4' " - 1 -,, .:f ' tk ' ul -, 1:43. H, ' " ' ' -' . ' tork i' h s' trz' ' ' .t " v 5 - I- .-- ' . ' I. I.: an 'S . ' , . CLASS WILI To vx hom It may conceln thls xx 1ll IS hereln made publxc Be It known by thls document we the semor class of mneteen hundred and forty four of the Mount Umon Hlgh School IH Mount Unlon Pennsylvama belng of sound mlnd and IH good health do hereby dlaw up our last w1ll and testament on this list d ty of school IH the Year of ou1 I old One Thousand Nme hunched and F01 tx four Anno DOTYIINI lla axe about to 1el1nqu1sh our most dlgnlfled posl t1on to the membels of the Class of Nmeteen hundred and Forty tue who we hope Vllll carrv on the dutles vs hlCh are compatlble only wlth the exalted rank of a senlor m the same capable and efflclent manner wh1ch has characterlzed the 3Ctl0H of the present semor class durmg the past Veal Xvlth th1s end ln mmd ue bequeath the followmg glfts vwhlch ale our most hlghly xalued possessxons ARTICLE I To the faculty we vslsh to express our s1nce1e thanks for the mam hours of hard work and worry uh1ch they haxe spent ln the guldance of ou1 hlgh school cal eers Mas thex haxe a pleasant futule one sn hxch IS well earned ARTICLE II To the present Junlor class successors to the rank of senlors Our learned teachers and prmclpal to treat mth careful handlmg They deserve lt The goodvull pohteness and kmdness to others of the dlgnl f1ed semors Hard vsork good tlmes and pleasant dSSOLldt10H emoved durmg our lelgn at Mount Unlon Hlgh School ARTICLE III The followlng bequests whlch we hope xx 1ll be IGCQIX ed IH the same charltable sp1r1t xx hlch was ou1s when vue gave them are to be come effectlve 1mmed1atelx upon the QXQCUIIOH of th1s vs 1ll Rex Norton s slnglng talents to Fred Rlshel Wllllam McGarx ey bequests hls presldentlal ab1l1t1es to Dave Goodman Good luck Fud You ll need lt Anna Gerlock hands he1 cheerleadlng unlform to Lola Wllllams Joann Cunmnghams danclng ab1l1t1es ale vulled to June Ch1lC03t Paul WhltS6l can go to tovsn on Wlmpx Petel son s plpe W1ll1am Snvder vsllls h1s gxrls to Blll Kemmler wlth a remlnder Take extra specal care of them Blll Wayne Gracey s hard study1ng goes to John Vahmont vsho really needs It 8 Lo1s Wagner gn es her drums to ans undelclassman who thmks he can handle them Th tys J y I , A . 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I .l 7 K I v " I . v K' 7 ir -ix W 1n1fred Heck s popularlty IS collected by Paul Holesa who 1S dolng flne John Kurey s art1st1c sklll IS glyen to Angela Amatulll James Rank1n s shotgun goes to Ilm VI1nn1ck Robert Longacre s gentlemanly ways are bestowed upon Roy Stlne Walter Roll hands h1s sport coat and t1e to Kenneth Long Joseph Madden s mt to Basxl Pagana Anna Homolash s athlet1c ab1l1ty goes to Kathryn Ku olsky J1m W1ll1am s overalls and shlrt talls are glven to Jack M1ller Irene Fetrow s bashfulness 19 xulled to Betty Slnger Ernest Robmson laterals h1s football to Rudy Sweatlock Harrls Wagner salls h1s model a1rplanes to Wmston Prlce Kathryn Everett s curls go to Hazel Wh1tsel Arthur Thompson s muslc talents to Joseph Dell Dale North IS to carry on Don Crlst s law GYQTCIQQ I hope you can get the chewlng stuff Snuffy Sara Jane Wagner s actlng ab1l1ty IS wllled to Joyce M1ller Andy Gargel s nolse to May Chllcoat who really doesnt need It In the XVIUIESS whereof we do hereby make constltute and ap pomt the 1un1or class to be etecutors of th1s our last w1ll and testa ment yuthout bond sxgned sealed publ1shed and declared by the senlor class as 1tS last Wlll and testament IH the presence of us who haye hereunto afflxed our slgnatures as yyltness thereto Slgned Anna Homolash John Kurey Russell Cassldy B Buller Thlrty se 9. 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' CLASS PROPHECY It was on the evenmg of May 19 1964 I had Just put the ch1ldren to bed when my radar machme announced tvso x1s1to1s I pushed the button and the electrlc eye opened the door admlttmg MIS Q Fablus Max1mus foxrrerls Sara Jane Wagne1 and Mrs Pontlfex OCEHVIUS who I lemember bette1 as Joy Hetrlck After we WCI8 comfortably seated ln the l1v1ng 1oom thex told me that they had remembered tomght was the 20th annlversary of our h1gh s hool graduahon I lmmedlately got the old class year book We wondered Wh61C erer member of the class was now and what thev were dOlDg and between the three of us we placed them all B111 Snyder st1ll ln the South Seas lS happ1lv marrled to a beaut1ful Jungle Prlncess Speaklng of Snyders 1em111ded us of Paul who IS manager of Chicago Mall Order 111 New Gumea Hllda Gutshall IS Stlll the dlrector of the Corn Band at Pogue UHIVCTSI y Also at Old P U lS Dr Samuel Maxwell M D B S F O B the head ofthe Med1cal Center I of course was the Sally Wrxght of the Chemlstry Department whlle Joy HEtf1Ck taught hxstory of he home Wayne Gracey a noted sclentlst has dlscovered a preventatxve fo1 fluttermg hearts Workmg w1th h1m we f1nd Harrls Wagner the famous mlcrobe hunter The last we heard of Joe Madden he was somewhere 1n the Antarctlc on an elephant huntlng exped1t1on Joy tells us that Mary Ambrosma falnted dead away the other n1ght at one of Walters programs and Marys husband sald that he couldnt stand 1t any longer Russell Cassady 15 the Chlef engmeer on the brand new E B T Hellcopter tram that broke all speed records between Shlrleysburg and Orb1.on1a Stxll presldent of the Klstler Consohdated Cardboard Tov Companv IS our old frlend John Kurey who uses as h1s motto A model axrplane 1n every home Dorothy Drake IS a mannequln at Evelyn Lamberson s Exclus1ve Dress Shoppe Sara Johnson Ethel Kane Max1ne Yocum and Hazel Yeager are seen dally be hmd counters at Maceys Department Store Anna, Crowley Charles Wlnfree and Ernest Lee Robmson a1e now on Broad Way bllled as Northeralre Trio 1n Walter Petersons latest muslcal comedy Jean Stalr and Neva Steel are soclal workers 1n the slums at Ch1C2gO Also serv mg humanlty IS Elleyn LSWIS dean of a school for underpr1v1leged ch1ldren and Susxe Svercks playground SUDBYVISIOD at Harrlsburg MUDICIDHI Playground Mlldred Long Edna Carter and Betty Prlce all marrxed now take the1r l1ttle darlmgs to Anna Greenlands kmdergarten where they flght dally wlth Mary Lou1se Oswalts f1V6 llttle peppers Succeedmg Arthur Murray 1S Eddle Mrlls famous dancmg school wlth Joan Cunnxngham as head lnstructor He also employs as busmess managexs and part tlme mstructors Anna Homolash and Mary Trotta The Un1ted States Presldent Wllllam McGarvey has m h1s employ everal of our classmates James Rankm Secretary of the Prevent1on of Klndness to Chlld ren and Dogs Department Wlnlfred Heck Secretary to the Spamsh Ambassador ln Washmgton and Anna Kllngler a prom1nent member of the Burgess Daughte1s of Amerlca Rex Norton on a coast to coast tour for the SC1l1bbl6II1Op Toothpaste Companv has boosted the sales 100 per cent by Slflglllg the commerc1als Travelmg wxth hlm as h1S personal secretary and manager IS Jane McCarty Sara Jane Wagner told us she had won a prxze for the letter of fxfty words on Why Use Scrubblemop Toothpa te Ada Jenk1ns Gladys McCarl and BBSSIE Sm1th are superv1sors of Nursmg ln prom1nent New York hospxtals Frances Harrls has just publxshed a Book of Etlquette whlch far surpasses any of Em11y Post's Ray Fetrow IS teachmg Vocatlonal Agllculture somevshere ln Tennessee 1n a town vue can nelther spell nor pronounce Thlrty eight . 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Don Cr1st has been marrled for almost twenty years now Sllll l1v1ng on East Market street Also henpecked are Lee Vaughn J1m Wrllrams and Robert Ander son all res1d1ng 1n Mount Unlon Robert Longacre and h1s saxophone have traveled far m the muslcal fleld Thev feature as then' vocallst MBXIIIC Hutchison The new swoon crooner of the dav IS none other than Walter Roll who we watch mghtly over televlslon Imagme our SUFDFISC when we saw Arthur Thompson as announcer on the same program Lo1s Wagner st1ll beatmg lt out on the drums has taken Gene Krupas place Playing ln the same band are Earl Stapleton Vlfglnla Reck and Anna Lou1se Albright Phyllxs Byers claxms the trtle of the best photographer rn town wrth Lawanda Wilson and Betty Fleck as her asslstants Wanda Grlsslnger IS really gomg up ln the movmg plcture lndustry She IS now the Serlal Queen replacmg Kay Aldrldge Andy Gergel stxll ln New York State IS trylng to convlnce the people that Vaudevllle IS not dead Gracle Glacobello and Mary Pagana declare that marrled l1fe lsnt always a bei of roses and are res1d1ng temporarlly rn Reno Hllda Hancock and Joan Rosensteel are managers of Mount Umons only love lorn agency Whlch seems to be doing a rushmg bus1ness Clarence Coleman IS flymg mstructor at Staylo Freld m Alabama Anna Gerlock IS secretary to Louls Los who owns the Chlldless Auto Company Joe Dwozen IS workmg there as head mechanic Freda Hughes IS proprletor of a large confectlonery store ln Altoona and IS domg fine for herself Also res1d1ng ln Altoona are Edna McCla1n V1rg1n1a Parsons and LOUISE Everett who are all happlly marr1ed and settled down Betty McCla1n has gone stralght to the top since she dlscovered the new formula for dylng woolen cloth Geraldine Corbln IS workmg 1n a large laboratory IH New York 2.SS1St1I1g a well known sclentxst The Smgmg Lady Lou1se Rosensteel to us has Just srgned a contract w1th W M R F not so long ago She slngs bedum stories to chlldren nightly Helen Grove IS broadcastmg News of Amerrca over the same network Mary Norrls and Florme Daughenbaugh are teachlng 1n the Mount Umon Grade Schools and ale cons1de1 mg to wrrte an artxcle on Why Teachers Get Gray Kathleen Brlggs a hlgh school teacher doesnt seem to mlnd teachlng as much Betty Clltes and Irene Fetlow are dolng good mlsslonary work Wllh Steward De Harshburger m North Afrlca They have been there for four years Betty PTICE owns a Jewelry store lll Harrisburg next to Bettv K Pollocks streamlmed drug store Thev both have a thxlvlng busmess Helen McMullen owns an EXCIUSIVC beauty salon on Flfth Avenue and has in her employ Betty Hack as manxcurlst Vera Hancharenko IS also engaged IH halrdresslng V1rg1n1a Snow and Bettv J Pollock own a Dude Ranch out west and are trylng to teach debutantes to rlde horseback ln a day Bob Hooper prmcxpal of the Allenport School IS stxll hecklmg the teachers one of whom IS Anna Love who teaches by the new Beatem method Keepmg books at HaFblS0ll Walker ms Julra Kosack who owns half lnterest now The most popular nlght spot ln New York 1s Anna Magllere and Allce Medwln skls new Heron Club Marv Gumbert IS head of the Home Economlcs Department ln one of the largest eastern colleges old Poduck Un1vers1ty We dldnt reahze that we had been remmrscmg so many hours untll the famt llght of dawn began to llght the wmdows and we heard the m1lkman's helrcopter on the terrace As S111 Jane and Jov boarded then own prlvate plane we promised each other not to allow so mam nears to go by before we agaln placed the ninety mne names of those who were the SCIIIOI Class of Mount Ul'll0l1 Hlgh School lll 1944 Thirty nlne , . . 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CLASS HISTORY BY ANNA HOMOLASH In our book of memolies the date of September 8 1940 is the beginning of the careers of the plesent senior class in Mount Union High Sthool Class officers were elected in both our freshman and sophomore years but as we were the quiet studious type we took upon ourselves the ta k of pondering over the many subjects offered us This left our extra curricular activities in the dusk As far as the financial end was concerneed our treasury was not yet exen begun We then entered our Junior year which proved to be a highly successful one in all aCtlV1tl8S Through the cooperative help of our class members and terw capable officers and advisors we reached the peak of the year bv zooming over the top ID achieving the highest record of magazine subscrip ions during the past years In recognition of th1s good work every member of the class enjo ed an 1C6 cream party at Chrlstmas The class officers who encouraged us through the vear were none other than President William McGarvey Vice President Joseph Giacobello Secretary Anna Gerlock Treasurer Robert Longacre The last affair of the year that the Juniors sponsored was the annual Jumor Senior Prom held on April 30 1943 in the Gymnaslum of the Mount Union Grade School The gymnasium was decorated to represent a picture of a Hawaiian Island The enchanting music was provided by the Music Masters of our own community The evenmg was a gala occasion that will be cherished memories fOr years to come dollar award for selling the highest percentage of athletic tickets for the football season The following officers were elected President William McGarvey Vice President Walter Roll Secretarv Maxine Hutchison Treasurer Robert Lfongacre On January 25 1944 we held a Senior Dinner Dance at the Country Club This af fair proved to be a great success enjoyed by the faculty as well as the seniors On April 27 and 28 1944 the senior class play Ever Since Eve was presented Esery senior had some part in making this play a smash hit On Mav 19 1944 we solemnlx tread up the aisle of the Grade School Auditorium At last we were to be graduated We had looked forward to it for so long we now were even rather sad to be leaving We were especially sad because so many of our fellow classmates who had left to Join the armeed forces were to receive their d1plomas in absentla Thls made us conscious of the fact that we were graduating m the midst of war Ex en though we were leaving we knew that our energetic spirit and pep would st1ll remain In the hearts of all the members of the present graduating cl ss th re are mam warm deep lying memories of the happy days we spent with Don Jimmy and Ronald To know these three boys was a privllege, their kmdliness cheerfulne s and fun lovmg spirits won for them the friendship of all who came in contact w1th them Forty . 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Y S CLASS DIARY SEPTEMBER 7 1943 Golly mv last mornmg to sleep ln and you have to wake me so early Whats the 1dea'P Oh of course I dldnt forget that school beg1ns today but not t1l1 one oclock remember'1 SEPTEMBER 8-Today we had our f11st assembly program for the year Rev erend Henry gave an address Mr Slothowe1 mtroduced the faculty wlth four new teachers Mrs Yocum Mlss Reeder Mrs McCla1n and M1s South and Mr Kearney gave our boys a pep talk about golng out for football SEPTEMBER 10-Today MISS Cleo Garver s engagement to Lt Bloommgdale of the Unlted States Army A1r Corps was announced by her parents You certamly managed to surprlse us teacher SEPTEMBER 13 Well school really has begun ln earnest Our day w1ll cons1st of three classes and an act1v1ty perlod ln the morn1ng wlth three class s after lunch Senlor hlgh w1ll have assembly on Wednesday durlng act1v1ty per1od and Junlor hlgh on Fnday SEPTEMBER 14 We had our f1rst meet1ng of the Illlum staff today wlth Mlss Garver and M1ss Gelnett as advlsors Everythmg IS commg along fine due to our early start at the end of last term SEPTEMBER 15 Our v1ctorv Bond Rally was held today wxth an 1nterest1ng assembly program m wh1ch three sold1ers and Mr I Newton Taylor addressed us The sen or class IS ln charge of selllng the war stamps and bonds E ght glrls have been selected to sell stamps each Thursday and are to be called M1nute Malds SEPTEMBER 17 Well that was It the f1rst game of the season Boy at the end of the f1rst half the score was 0 0' At the end of the game It was 18 0 IH Ty rone s favor but don t let that get you' Well have a return game remember SEPTEMBER 22 Senxor assembly today Our football team demonstrated sev eral plays and Mr Green explalned dlfferent slgnals used bv the referee Mr Burk holder also played a tune to whlch we were supposed to Wflte words Some fun huh9 SEPTEMBER 25 Our team journeyed to Lock Haven where they played a good game although they were defeated 45 0 SEPTEMBER 28 F1lled out our programs today to go on flle 1Yl the offxce so We can be found ln a hurry when necessary SEPTEMBER 29 Song assembly today Ml Burkholder played a trombone solo Yes he d1d' OCTOBER 4 Semor class meet1ng today 4Gee we felt blgl Mr Kearney B111 and Joe spoke d1scuss1ng the yearbook and we learned that our plctures wlll be taken thls Wednesday and Thursday that IS 1f the camera 1snt broken when I step before xt Heres the same old story we play Yeagertown on Saturday Boy We scored a touchdown 1n the f1rst half' The score at the end'J Oh 1t was 28 6 but we stlll have hopes OCTOBER 6 Today at Senl0l h1gh assembly Anne Burych representmg the class of 43 presented us the class of 44 a large state flag Because thrs IS F1re Preventxon Week Mr Cromer spoke to us of the prevent1on of flres and gave stat1st1cs of the amount of damage done to homes by f1re 1n Mount Unlon last year OCTOBER 8 Gee we d1d dlsplay ome pep toady at assemblv Now dont get exclted lt was pep assembly' The cheerleaders plus Mr F1361 I Newton Taylor Herman Smlth Mr Slothower and Mr Kearney d1d a lovely Job of gettxng us 1n the mood and I bet cha we vtere heard yelllng way up at Bellefonte OCTOBER 9 How I hate to vsr1te 1t but yes you guessed It We played Belle fonte at home today and the score was 9 0 It was a swell game though OCTOBER 13-Senlor class meet1ng We noted on name cards announce ments class flowex and C0101 Jeepers we were so noxsx that you cou1dn't hear yourself thlnk We certalnlx do set good examples OCTOBER 14 Darn ll We are golng to see a football game between two seventh grade teams but It had to ra1n I guess 1t was needed though Wlth the water shortage and forest f1IES Boy no school tomorrow' Forty one , - , V , - Y . 1 .1 - . - - - , Y -.- v - - v -. . . . - . . - A 8 v -' - . . V . - , ' - s . ' Y Y I ' - V . . Y - 1 . , 'y v OCTOBER 15 Guess what? The Illrum staff IS haxrng a masquerade ball on October 29 Nrce huh2 The Art Club rs dlsplavrng some snappy slgns before each game Good work krds Up to date Sl 836 45 rn bonds and stamps hare been sold OCTOBER 16 Golly what a day for the game' It has been rarnrng for hours Who vron'P Well you mlght know we drdnt OCTOBER 20-Gee two assembhes today Thrs a m M1 Dutlrnger spoke to us about Conserratron and Forestry He reallv told some good storres too Thrs afternoon we savs Mr and Mrs L Vern Slout and therr Theater Work shop rn the presentatlon of three skrts one about Lrncoln one on Rrp Van Wrnkle and a modern comedy entrtled Her Husbands Ghost The assembly commrttee planned three other such programs for us Dya know what'P We only have two days of school next week due to ratronrng OCTOBER 23 Almost won the game Saturday vrrth a score of 7 6 OCTOBER 25 You should have seen the looks of horror on some faces today yes we got our senror proofs and of course some of the krds arent satrsfred but they were really good on the whole Today opened the Ilrum campargn for selllng xearbooks The prrce thrs year IS S2 00 cash or 52 25 on the budget plan NOVEMBER 1 Oh back to school Half the krds looked lrke they were sleep walkrng and rmagrne after that long vacatron' A11 You hear drscussed 1S the Illrum dance which was held Frrday nlght Um nrcel NOVEMBER 3 Senror assembly today Guess what rt was Communrty Smg NOVEMBER 6-I suppose everyone knows we played Lewrstown today The score? Oh rt was 32 0 The Qu11l and Scroll rs havrng a Sadre Havrkms Dance Imagrne that wrth the man shortage and all' NOVEMBER 8 Hear by the bulletrn that we have qurte a nrce week ahead wlth three assembhes early drsmrssal tomorrow and a half day of school Thursday Armrstrce Day The two assembhes are due to Educatron Week NOVEMBER 10 Assembly today Mr Kearnev spoke and Mr Hartzler and the FFA showed us how the boys are lnrtrated rnto the Green Hands frrst honor bestowed on the boys rn a short skrt By the way we have three extra days off for Chrrstmas makmg up the trme bv addrng an extra perrod to our school day for erghteen days That means vacatron December 17 untrl January 3 Won t that be Heaven and rt can t wart erther Our school sprrrt was hrghly commended by Phrl Short rn the srdelrne chatter column of The Da1ly News yesterday and guess we have shown em that we have the sprrlt even after twenty losses NOVEMBER 11 The Amerrcan Leglonnarres Mr Herman Smrth and Major Charles Smith were our guests at assembly After several musrcal selectrons Major Smrth addressed us Durrng hrs speech he complrmented us on the frne musrc and also our attentrveness The program was greatlv enjoyed by everyone Celebratrng our half hohday many students traveled to Huntrngdon to see Ebensburg upset the Bearcats good record 13 0 NOVEMBER 12 Thrs berng Educatron Week we had a combmed assembly today when Professor Nye of Junrftta College spoke to us of The SIX Coupons of Lrfe Yea we lost a game to Johnstown Catholrc today NOVEMBER 16 We nad an unscheduled assembly today ln which we dlS cussed the schedules to be followed rn order to glV6 a longer Chrlstmas vacatron and now everyone rs rn favor of rt NOVEMBER 23-Second edrtron of the Trojan came out today contarnrng, the Snooper under the new trtle of The Keyhole I wonder how long It wrll remain Jane McCarty rs the new Trojan edltor srnce Sam Maxwell resrgned Gee rmagrne two whole days vacatron for Thanksgrvrng Calb Roher well known as a former teacher here has recerved the Drstrn gurshed Flymg Cross for actlon rn Srcrly NOVEMBER 24 At assembly a play was presented rn vnhrch the frrst Thanks grvrng day was declared The Junrors dld the honors Forty two . , . , V H . . . , - 4 ' r .. 1 - , ' V A ' . 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Y . . - Classes endmg at two oclock pep assembly was held and dld we have the pep too' NOVEMBER 25-It was a bea u tl ful day for the game and everyone was feel mg wonderful untxl Paul Holesa was knocked out and the Huntlngdon Bearcats proceeded to whlp us 48 0 NOVEMBER 30-The concert presented by the Muslc Department was enjoyed by a large crowd that fllled the audrtorlum EVe1ylh1I'1g went off qurte well DECEMBER 1 Jumor glrls of the Llbrary Club gave Us pomters on the proper use of the books and of the work of the club today at assembly Basketball schedules were dlstrlbuted today our first game bexng December 13 DECEMBER 4 The football squad held thelr annual banquet 1n the H111 Valley school under the sponsorshlp of the Rotary Club Bob H1gglHS veteran Pennsyl vama State grld coach dellvered the prmclpal address DECEMBER 7 We were all very much surprlsed to hear that Mr Green foot ball coach for the past two and one half seasons has resxgned as coach but w1ll contlnue as teacher DECEMBER 8 Had a revlew of our basketball team today at assembly Golly we should go places thrs season Smce our new fan shaped bankmg boards have been lnstalled maklng 1t possrble to shoot from every corner of the floor we really expect to see some good scores' DECEMBER 10-Jack Ranck well known playwrlght and actor presented Macbeth portraymg all the characters hlmself He astonished all of us Wlth h1s veloclty ln changmg costumes Only one more week of school thls year Imaglnelll A large Chrlstmas tree has been erected ln the second floor hall and IS It swellll DECEMBER 13 Thls afternoon Altoona Cathollc defeated us 33 64 DECEMBER 15 Chrrstmas assembly The band and choral groups dzd some numbers from the Candlellght Service whlch was on Sunday and 3. Junlor hlgh group presented a play DECEMBER 17 Man ahve' No home work no tests no early rlsmg unless you happen to have a Job Home room partles were held from one to two oclock and then-dismlssal afterwards The Mmute Malds took down the tree How could we forget we won over Wllllamsburg 45 35 Our boys were on the beam and gomg fast The Junlor varslty was defeated when they played an mde pendent team glrls however were defeated by the Yeagertown maldens Oh I must be del1r1ous and ws lt wonderful' We stopped Bellwood 27 24 Our f1rst Mountaln League game wlll be w1th Lewlstown on January 4 JANUARY 3 Happy New Year everybody' Come on chlllun school today remember? fEven ln dreams we remembered 1t'J JANUARY 5 Senlor class meetmg today We voted on the Senxor Banquet fformal or mformall lt turned out mformal We learned that the Jun1ata College entrance exam w1ll be gxven Monday durmrf the last two perlods JANUARY 7 Darn 1t' Huntmgdon upset us 29 20 Amt lt a shame'P9 JANUARY ll Oh happ dav' Our fellows trlpped Jumata Jomt 23 15 JANUARY 14 Our team dropped the game to Tyrone wrth a score of 23 18 JANUARY 18 The Junlox varslty played fx close game wlth Saltlllo endlng 24 27 but our glrls defeated thelr glrls team 27 24 Nlce huh? JANUARY 19 The mlxed chorus presented a play wrltten entlrely by them selves wxth the help of Mr G1ll1am today at assembly It was the story of Grandma and Grandpas fiftleth weddmg annlversary and the surprlse V1SltS from all then chlldren and grandchlldren when they had expected to spend a DICE qu1et evemng at home JANUARY 20-I guess the senxors vull remember the date for awhlle-our dmner dance was held at the Country Club where a dehclous dmner was served followed by an mterestmg program rendered by members of the class and then man al1ve dld we dance' Even one had a lovely t1me even domg the polka Alto gether nmety elght persons were present elghty SIX belng senlors Forty three 1 DECEMBER 21-Our boys topped Yeagertown 34-26. Isn't that super!!! The JANUARY 21 Ha there certa1nly were some groggv lookmg senrors thrs morn rng but some of the underclassm n were surprlsed to even see us ln school after last night' Our fourth war loan drrve was opened today when a bond rally was held durrng last perrod We had seyeral guest speakers lncludlng Sgt Jack DesRochers and Pfc Jack Rlce who have just returned from overseas dut Oh happy day both our teams defeated Phlllpsburg ton1ght Isnt that wonderful ' 2' JANUARY 22 Lost to Altoona Catholrc 29 32 JANUARY 28 The junror and senlor boys V1SlE6d the Penna Industl ral School today Werent we lucky to get them all back2 Art Thompson Wrmp Peterson Eggy Snyder and Paul Snyder have Wound up therr affaus 1n old MUHS rn preparatron for then departure rnto the armed forces Mrs McGrew JUHIOI Englrsh teacher has leslgned JANUARY 31 Everyone rejorced to see MISS Emlly Lee Carruthers back to Work th1s mornrng after several days absence due to rllness The entrre junror and senlor hrgh saw an mterestmg movle Musrc for Amer 1C3 secured by Mr Burkholder and presented rn the Shaprro Theater thrs afternoon FEBRUARY 4 Lost to Lewrstown on our home floor 22 40 Mr Burkholder spoke of the llfe of John Ph1l1p Sousa today at assembly FEBRUARY 8 Oh lt Was a bea u tl ful day and everyone went to Huntlngdorr to the game The score2 Oh lt was 36 17 and not rn our favor There was plentv of excitement throughout The junror varsrty score was 15 37 FEBRUARY 9 Durlng assembly todav the Boy Scouts gave a skrt rn whrch they portrayed some of the events occurrng at Qcout Camp The actmg was superb and furn1shed h1lar1ous entertarnment because some of the actron certa1nly was accrdental FEBRUARY 11 We defeated Tyrone 38 32 Isnt that somethrng to wrrte ID your d1ary"J' FEBRUARY 14 Mr Kearney 1nformed us that all students 18 or over may donate blood to the Red Cross rf they have the consent of therr parents Transpor tatlon Wlll be furnrshed to Lewrstown next Fllday February 15 The team journeyed to Bellwood where they were defeated 27 42 FEBRUARY 16 Today at assembly a radro ploglam was presented entrtled The Sp1r1t of 76 The arm was to show how everyone can help the war effort buyrng stamps and bonds FEBRUARY 18 Oh Woe' We lost to Phrlrpsburg 33 51 FEBRUARY 21 Played Altoona and suffered a 39 30 defeat FEBRUARY 23 At assembly today Mr D C Goodman spoke to us urgrng everyone to support the Red Cross drlve to begln March 1 FEBRUARY 25 Twelve of our students plus Mrs Dutlmger and Mlss Suders tra veled to Lewustown to donate the1r blood to the Red Cross to be converted rnto plas ma In our last game of the season the Trojans trlpped Hollldaysburg 27 21 Isn t that collossal'P' FEBRUARY 27 Our choral and lnstrumental groups accompamed by Mr Kearney journeyed to Lewrstown where they broadcast over statron WMRF on behalf of the Red Cross Drrve MARCH 1 ThlS belng Latln Week It was celebrated very effectrvely wrth an Lnterestlng program planned by Mrs Dutllnger ln which second year Latrn students took part MARCH 3 A most mterestrng assembly program was enjoyed today when Mr E I Grlmwade noted Chicago journallst was our guest speaker Hrs t0D1C was Anglo Arnerlcan Relatlons and he gave some very lnterestrng facts about our Allies MARCH 8 Today at assembly we enjoy ed a play presented by the sophomores Forty four cx ' ' , c . 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V . . - . , . . , . - Y. . . , Q l - MARCH 9 All elrglble boys took the A11 Corps examination Sure was nice not havlng class all afternoon Havrng failed to mentlon lt before I wish to record the fact that there have been some changes made We haye two new faculty members Mrs Hale taking Mrs McGrews place and Miss Polzcuk teaching just for a few weeks in Mrs Yocums place MARCH 15 Durlng assembly Mr Johnsons room presented a play portraylng the discovery of a new chemlcal to prevent acc dents MARCH 16 Henry T Bream head athletic coach of Gettysburg College was guest speaker at the annual basketball squads banquet sponsored by the Rotary Club and held in the First Presbyterian Church Frfty persons attended Our prrn crpal Walter A Kearney ac ed is toastmaster introducing Coach Rumberger and Bob Anderson who spoke for the Troyans MARCH 17 Swing and sway The Ilhum way On St Patrlcks Day Golly everyone sure drd The musrc was super the crowd was gay and every one had a lovely time Dya know what'P The cast has been chosen for the senior class play Ever Since Eve which wrll be presented on April 28 29 The players are Sally Wagner Maxlne Hutchison Wmifred Heck Gladys McCarl Ann Gerlo k Bob Anderson MARCH 20-Mr Llghtner IS the new faculty member who w1ll coach football and teach Physical Educatlon MARCH 22 Today We had the treat of seerng Mr Ohl and hrs tumbling team rn action Th1S assembly program was greatly enjoyed MARCH 24 The second annual Mrnstrel Show was held last mght and wrll be presented '1ga1n tonight The Jokes were really funny and the musrc was wonderful The last IH a serres of speakers on the lnternatronal situation Ml Don Bolt was with us today He 15 well acquainted with the Spanish language and has traveled widely especially rn Mexrco MARCH 29 This being Mr Kearneys last day of school for awhlle because of h1s inductron into the Nayy our assembly program was dedicated to him Mr Slothower and Wllllam McGarvey senlor class presrdent spoke and gifts were presented to Mr Kearney, from the Junior high Fred Appleby from the sophomores and Junrors Fud Goodman and from the senrors Wllllam McGarvey APRIL 6 Easter vacation No school untrl Aprrl 11 APRIL 27 28 Senior class play MAY 5 Scholarship GXHIIIIIYIIIOII rn Huntingdon and the prom MAY 10 Last school day for the seniors MAY 14 Baccalaureate Servrce MAY 19 Commencement MAY 30-Memorial Day yacatron JUNE 1 School closes Forty fue 1 ' M -. I A ' , , . A nv, ' L s . . ' Q ' - .. - . I 1 V ' . 1 4 v V 7 - v " Y . ' nn ' ' - . ' ' : . ' 1 ' ' , , C . , Eddie Mills, Rex Norton, Andy Gergle, Wayne Gracey, and Ernie Robinson. I I . ' .4 l ' 'C .t ' 6 I I . K I ' . D I t Lv - I , . . . . 7 . , , . 1 . ' . . . A - 1 H . . C . . . H K ' 'lc Y' ' c ' . I".A REWELL SONG Wt- :iw ik'llY1lljI mn' .Alma Blzttvix as wt- sing this short l't'i.l'2illl. Wil am' lt-ziving uni' llt'lLl'i'lllfbl'S, untl we wmft lw hawk again. 'l'lwt1gl1 wt' ninst not tk-ttl mil. it is rvztlly nut so bacl. Wt- nm- lvztx'iiig', wt- gm- lmviiipi. thw 1-lass ut' i'iHl'lj'-FUlll'i CLASS I I OWI R CI ASS COI ORS illt .tix P c intl Slhtl ll ASS MOTTO 1 ot ttm l seen N url x inc Iloxt tot L L ASS POEM Pound us tht twilight tomu Ate thng Xl 1th mgnwiiu ot IOUI xealx gong bx Tiex ot old xthool mates must Au ei Iwuexull to olcl NI L High NI U High NI L High XM muxt lt ut mu hun AN mu know su ill must go ni N XX e cllcl mn ht Nt to meet the tt xt A tht win xxtnt ax XX Xuleutltx 0 lultxwc fic A L l 1' 1151 Y T T 'Y Y n L 4 4 D J . , A L ,Am1":tn lit-znity l' Je- wlz Y JA K l an n ziI'1'aicl ut' lO1'1'0VK' for have 3 ycest 1' aj z l 'I lay 1 , 1 A 1 ' Q iz ' " X .' ji, ' ' . v . vi. , vi 4 . V. i u A - V. i A , U Q iz '- ' 1 ' 13 Fran l'1'ivncls unml tezu'he1'.' flvznt ,s '1 ljg No ' '1 :vhu l lit'tf,2n1rl ii t l J 'howl I"z11'ewt'll, llwu' l l . I. '. Hl'5,h. -In '-:': 'v'- JM 1 1 Fully en ht X- Q, O4 ks?- R 'N ef K 4. J JJH-1 r 'W it 44. V .B,1.,--f 153 41 A1 an ,gg it 'T Y -' 14" 'FN-Q f C '51 W if .xx Fifty 5 Y' Fif ty- One N lil X I IX 'wx Ffl 2 ! .XX in if ' ,v X. X l" Q 'bi , L .- Q. 1 353' A' 110 - , , N , X X H , . . , xx X, N.: ,3 ,J 4 'J UNUHWXEEMEN mix JUNIOR GIRLS Amatullx Angela Hanks Janet liard Anna Beatty Opal liodnar Helen Booker Margaret lirumbaugh Jane llllSSlCk Isabel Chmlcoat June Chllcoat May toder Dorothy lostlow Audrey Cox Phyllis Dell Betty Dell Doris DKOSITTIO Marguerite Fdrrnn Elda Faeher Althea Flaeher Beatrlce Flon ne Antlonette Fouse Glorm f :tes Betty Flasum Evelyn Flasgow Joan Foddard Jerxan Fuvler Romame Hamman Vera Hartman Barbara Heldler Iiernlce Hncks Vera Mae Hoover Dorothy Hornbaker Betty lxerlm Cheerful Klme Beulah lxouolfzky Kathryn Kyler Betty Latherow Frances Mark Shlrley M fvulyak Wxlda Maurer, Elizabeth Fifty-four McCullough Pearl McGarxey Jane Mclum Geraldine MCKlHHlb lxatle Medwmsln Helen Mlller Anna Mlller Doroth Moore Effle Molder Iols Morms Althea Overby Irene Pandolfmo M1ry Park Jear Park Fern Parsons Mn mam Pollxcmo Mary Popa Cornelia Price Joyce Qucrry Fdlth Rhodes Ceraldme Ro ere Dolores Rorer Carolyn Rupert Leona Shoop Ceraldme Qhontv Jean Smprer Betty Stapleton Qylxm Fovwnsley Alu-0 Trotta Anna Volosuk Annu Waslner Edna Wakefleld Phvlll-. Wallett Nanny Watts Margaret Welch Freda Welhver Anna M Whltsel Hazel Whmtsel I ouetta Wnlhams Lola RTV Wxllnams, Sara Mae rw 4 WW I JUNIOR Banks Harold lilandt Alton lingua Charles Brumbaugh James lhumyard Wxlllam liurdm Marbhall Clymans Iestnr Copenhncr Johnny Corhxn Mark L ramer Alfred Dell Joe Fdflln Arthur Fndres Ronald Falenhaker Robert P0211 Donald Poster Ixennard Pultl Donald foodman Daxld Hulk Daud Hess Rohnrt Hole-41 Pxul lxemmlu Wlllnm lxldd Harry long hennmth Mamer lac Mansbgrger Dwane Muller .luck Fifty-five BOYS Mlnnlck llm M- ut Stanford North Dale l .Agana liasxl I aulvlr If dmund l rue Ohver Quarry Robert Rxbhal Fred Rohrer Dale Rowe Feorkte Sellers Orel Smnth Fred Qnyder Brucn bteel John btlne Roy Sunderland Tuldy Sweatlock Rudy Thompson John Vallmont John Vauxzhn Earl Wakner Richard Wharton Qhorxsnml White Cr lald Whltael lxed W hut-ul Paul Wal on Harris filiwiw-W I SOPHOMORE GIRLS Alnoshoff Barbara Alexander Ela Anderson Mary Appleby Peggy Awkerman Martha lialdwm Martha Hell Joyce Black Minerva liooher Lois Book Alma liookhelmer Hattle Iirlggs Dorothea Calderone Elizabeth Chrlrote Gladys Corbm Joyce Covert Dorothy Covert Margaret Cree VIFEIUIB. David Eva Davxe Dorxs Dell Dorothy Drolsbaugh Delores Dumm Geraldlne Erb Patsy Fata Teresa Freher Kathleen Flood Pearl Cabert Loss Fabert Loulse Pallagher Arlene Fetz Betty Flaserow Vnrerlnma Clalney Kathryn Crnsslnfzfr Rrlla Clove Joy Hardy Anna Harper Anna Ioulse Hicks Betty Hubltsky Helen Hutchlson Marjone Imperxoll Antomette Imperxoll Mary kane Dorothy Kurey Helen Kyle! Lola Leach Mary McElwee Isabel McMullen Elwaheth Muller Evelyn Molst Romame Morgan Annabelle Morton Jane Myers Margaret Palmer lols Parsons Lena Prxce Jean Price MEYER! et Puce Paulme Querry Mary Radle Betty Reed Arlene Rex. Barbara 1 Fifty-six Rlpple Dorthea Roexnsuel Dorothv Rosenberry liettv Roeenbermy Jane Runk Vmra Qcott Adella Selgler 1 ouxse Shope Jean Qmlth Dorothy Smith Jean Qnovs Ida Snyder Lols Snyder Vlrgmla Qouth Vnxan Qtapleton Alverta Stump Faye Qvercek Margalet Taylor Elnabeth Treaster Regma Valmont Grace Vaughn Mary Lou Wagner Evelyn WHHDQY' Nellle Water Wanda Wharton Jean Whntsel Cleo Wlllxarrls Betty Wilson Thelma Wmmck Shirley WllLht Betsy SOPHOMORE BOYS Anderson Robext Appleby George liallay Warren limlluccl Louls liodnar Make Brandon Charles lirown Edmund Byers Max Carl Robert Colatrmo John Coons Lehman Coons Robert Cornelius Robert Cramer George Cramer Wllllam Crone Rxchard De'aney Chauncey DeV1rlZxlo John l'blln2 Harold Fortmon James l-mtmy McClellan Frye Rudy an-.or Max ardner Paul erlru k Fdward ull Richard C rem nc Edward Harrie Robert Heaeter Jay Homer James House Edward Hughee Earl ldomxr Paul Kauffman Ma! lxeller Walter Kelley Calvm ludd Roy lxlmgler Robert lxoaaclx Metro lankard W1ln'1m Iom.. Maw: McClain Winston Melunl y Carl Maskulyak John Mateer Wayne Miller Robert Mmnxck Wllllam Moist James Nlckololf Sam Pandolfmo Carl Park Georlzc Puchalla Joe Rex Joe Rhone Raymond Roxzers Matrxl Runk Sheldon Russell Clarence Rutter Gerald Sala DOYnlnlLk Selbert Robut Stake Fdkar Stem lo. lirucc Stew art Fred Fuwnsley Samue l Trnle Rohm rt Varnen Robert Vxola Samuml Wagner lk rnurd Walker Rlchard Walls Robert Welch Stanley Wert7 Harold West Eurbley Whltsel Don Wxley Chester Wllson Robert W oodruff Harw ey Fxfty seven '. l Snyder: Herbert G . . . . G . 5' ' '. ' G ' . . . ' . G' . ' ' : , - I ' -. I ' . ' 4 vga ,gig FRESHMEN GIRLS Amatuh Glorla Hanks Beatrlce liarr Nanny Bonny: Dorothy llroxxn Qarma faldtrone Jackuelme Campbell Helen todu Gwrglana Koons Edna IUTYIPIIIXH Jean Cutshall Maxme Lmm Martha Crouse Helen Lunnmrzham Kay Ihll Mary lfxaneu Anna Ifurctf Betty Aurts Lllllan I- unnbaker Peggy Iwastu Doris I-lltery Bertha I-ortbun Marxralet I-I mkhouser Gwendolyn Funk Jane full Martha Cmlhland Patrlcm Gladfeltxr. Estelene f'las1.ow. Beatrice flutxh ull Dorothw II u klmroaxl I' lwulmeth Ii nlm nn lonslanu H ntm an V1r1.1m L II1 -:stu Thr Ima Ho 1 1 ITIKIOII Wanda llxltman C lthcrme limkm nhu is C :thu rmm Holllnir'-had Iauru lane rloom r I' ulxn Ilmnl H4 an lelomn Hale n In rl1n Dorothy Ixlrkp xt: :L k M nlnn lxrqms M xrv Ann I om. Gladys I ukv. n Marr I 1 M nl Ihr ha Mc'Clam Ramona Mltonaulthev Myrtle M1 L ulloug h lic tty C 11 I o a M4 Mul en Patrn m. Marldf n MalL.a1Ltt'1 Mansln :mr Col I I nr li u Miller. Ellen Mita-hell, Ruth Fifty-eight Mor FINOII Mal thi Mol t lic ttroxe Myers Iona N1 vx bome Roberta l ark Glady-. l'1ter-. I- lora I ollock Franc es I'rn e Betty I'r1cL I 1 y Ramsa 3 I' lorme Re ulx r Nam y Rcnnlmzu Mary Rohel Ronk Shope Smith Smith Stahl Steeli Lelda Chan lotts Patrlu 1 Anna Jane I L ily Martha Sulluan Ann-1 Taylor Jane X auy,,hn liarhara Walter Darlene W 1 nl Jane Wharton lie 1 nadlnm VN hwtxe I Jean Williams. Frances Williams. Helen 1.1- W"BAWm'1 FRESHMEN BOYS Andrews Fred Bard Lawrence Bellucc Bricker llrouse Carter Carter Corbin Covert 1 Carmel James Fred Robert Wllllam Jay Frank Cox John Cox Kenneth Dell Duane Dxmof f Orden Drake Fdlrm Fdzm Fvans Jxmmle Elwood James John Flammer Paul Foster Freer Harold Alfred Fardner Max Ciacobello, Jimmy Crove. Ralph Guyler, James uardv. Charles Harcleroad. James Harshbareer, Donald T-leaster, Junior Helton, Cletus Y-licks, Clarence Hicks. Wiley Hxleman Tom Himes Henry Hockenberry Jolfn Homolash G orfze Howard James Hundiak Steve Jordan Richard Katz Robert Kemmler Dick Kldd John Kisf-nel Ray Knable Lawrence Ios Joseph Love James McElwoe Herbert McKim Richard Mark John Mattern Donald Mellutt Charles Melnyk Michael Miller Joseph Minnick, Harry Moist. John Morder. William Morgan, Fred Murphy, Robert Myers, Elmer Painter. Robert Park, Herman Parks, Luther Fiftyenine Parsons Charles Pheasant John Pleacher Jack Pollock Raymond Price Fred Querry Harold Reck Roy Rennmger William Rmker Lewis Rmker Sheldon Robinson Holland Rutter Clarence Sala Joseph Selbert William Shope Dale Skipper Levon Smith John Snyder Charles Spennatl Frank Stapleton Thomas Stayner Earl Sunderland. Duane Taliff, Carl Taylor. Ronald Thompson, Edward Walrner, Samuel Wagner, James Welliver, Robert Whitsel. Paul Winfree. Russell Williams, Alonzo .vii AJS' uY'Q xg Raw EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS I nlsuulu Terva It v I-mma Ilull H1 en Ilunkle Betty I-an man Arls ne K mrlm It Margaret I-Inks M adaleno Hllu Annene Huilhew Allce Iuxhn Batty Ixm-pp Margalet McCI'1m Ixancy Mlcklvy Margaret MIIIIIYI Pasqualma 'Vim du Thelma Myers Pat! lcla I erry Gwendolyn I use Audrey I'1nL Fxolyn Rmchardaon Mary Annex RIJIJIDQOU Betty Ro mnstcel Barbara Sf-n.Ier Jean ihafer Qhn Iey Shape Patrncxa Qmallew Fleanm Smith Nancy Su Qatluck Maxladalmn Ty mta ROSe Wood-. VITZIHIH X ng urn Thelma Sixty I ,. .f M.f:"w'," It , ' X L 'wig wtf," 'I , ' rf5lk:'g'- 1-4' - -- T" ' vt Mx. - A ala" gy -M5-'1 KH- It af I V I:'1' . s Burk, Marion Va' 1-A. I . -I I 'f' 4 . ' :- 'V' -I , : 1 ! L. ' v v I-' ni .r Q gunman' ll EIGHTH GRADE BOYS Balr Robert Brandon John Henry Flasher Clalr Glbbonf-y Walter Good Nathan Gracey Barry I-Ietrlck Robert Homolnah Joseph Keller Donald ludd Richard McCracken Robert Mullen Rxchard Mmmck Jerry Ovorby O-lhorn Perta Mnchuel Pr1"e. Harry Price. Richard Puchalla. Edward Remok. Paul Rosensteel, Frederick South. Allen Stake. Donald Wiser. Walter Sixty-one J QEVENTH limllvu K' ntherme Iimln xx Mqrlraret Ill lvker June fhlICOdt loyce lnnn-. D410 es iulnlll N Anra P :Md M mrlan Prank Llalre Ann H arclexu ul Patrlua Haltm m Qara Haycluk HLl1n Horne Julia Howard Mary Fthel km lm Marv hlmLler Lms I Us Sophia 'KlcEnue Jian W lla n I mn a V lot' Fxebr GRADE GHH, x lu: mlm! Ihx IN un Mxrlrlut t un Inu :muy flax N uxu lmrum. 0-.1 nxiu xlnlh Sam M xry Shank Snnth Sm th Nm th Smith Snouw Qtfxke St xke Qtfaubs Water llnr1b'e iwtg. two Ions lwina lvxth ll Nma x'1 Helen Ioms Ann I '1 NJN Po M cc Mn I fl X Apph by Fred Loleman f eorxze Crawley Otis Lutahall David Dall James DICDHIITIU James Divan Howard Drake Paul l-la her uy lwntmy Clare ncf. French Billy I-ulu Cerald l- ultz Robert I undle Richard FIOSS Raymond C utshall Walter H4 rrlngton F1-orxze Hume-. Mrlun H mlm 1 Pr 1 n ol ns I lro Hr nbokakl John lu lly Rollin Fudd Donald klmzler Charles Lewl-4 kenneth Me-'lott Donald Muller Charles Myers Wxlllam N1 wman Robert I arsons Donald fol'ock Franklin Ranck David Lee Rhone Pk nn Roddy kenneth Rodgers lixlly Rodgers James Rogers Walter Shaffer kenneth Qhank Richard Stap eton Donald Wd-son Robert Wll-xtmn I alll Wollett wllllliffl lmoh'e Pamfoll Smty three ...ij W A e ' -' R ., ,-if . , l 'JJ 3 A ' at ,Ro,a SEVENTH GRADE BOYS drurn. Robert Lnkens,-Gerald j 5 '. G T Q 1 ' 1. :Ili :Q 2: I, ' H -, 1- y '. . 'YI r Sixty -xx I N-v 1 Sixty-seven M71 -x 'TU' 1,11 E1 I MI. v UQEANIZMUNS cum IQUJ4 J oe Madden MISS Gam vel Edltor Advlsor EDITOR S MESSAGE We the Class of 1944 hope that thls the slxth edxtlon of The Ilxum has met mth slncexe apploval of all 1f,S leaders IS hearted co ope1'1t1on and patience thev have dlsplayed ln the publlshlng of the s earbook Sincerely JOE MADDEN Edxtor xn Chlef ASSOCIHIG Edltol Bob Anderson Art Edltor Joan Cunnmghqm Business Manager B111 McGarve5 Seventy E a ,5 KX i ld 1 . . , S W :XXX i V ,hh W 9 At th' time I wish to thank the faculty, student body end staff for their whole- - ,, F b V 1 xr f f gb ICMA - moon 1-1 ILIUM STAFF The Illum Staff met every Tuesday durmg Club perlod with thexr advisors Miss Garver and Mxss Gelnett IH Room 13 Durmg the year they worked falthfully toward thelr goal of producmg the blggest and the best yearbook ever encountered ln Mount Umon High School The group sponsored several dances durmg the year to raise money and they campaxgned dlllgently for subscrxptlons even arrangmg a budget plan by which s udents could make a down payment and the balance m monthly payments As was planned everythmg was m the prmters hands on Apnl lst and here you have me results Staff Members Edltor Joe Madden ASSOCl3t6 Edltor Bob Anderson Busmess Manager B111 McGarvey Busmess Asslstants Mary Louxse Oswalt Maxme Hutchison Harris Wagner Art Edxtor Joan Cunningham Llterary Edltor Sally Wright Club Edltor Anna Gerlock Muslc Edltor Hllda Ruth Gutshall Proof Readers Anna Homolash Anna Khngler W1n1fred Heck Sara. Jane Wagner Tw plsts Alxce Medwmskl Mary Trotta Freda Hughes Bob Longacre Lols Wagner Advlsor Mlss Garver ASSISIHDI AdY1S0lS Mlss Gelnett M15 Espenshade Qu enty one Sports Edna? . . Walter Peterson iuwz - 1944 R - W.-also-7-M-1eminent .-4 ...V-l as t ' .. I THE TROJ AN STAFF The TroJan Staff met every Wednesday evemng at 3 30 ln Room 25 with the adv1sor Mrs Hale and the edxtor Jane McCarty Durmg the year the staff publlshed elght papers covermg all the latest events and f1lled with the up to the mmute news of our school and other schools The paper was even more appreclated because lt contamed no advertlsements as H1 prevlous years and lt therefore requu'ed more work from the staff members who gladly complled m order to accompllsh thls feat Staff Members Edxtor Jane McCarty Asslstant Editor Nancy Wallett Make up Edltor Stanley Welch and Kenneth Long Inqumng Reporters Helen McMullen and H1lda Gutshall Exchange Edltors Wlnlfred Heck Circulatxon Bruce Snyder Feature Edltor Joyce Prlce and Betty Gates News Edltors Anna Klmgler and Martha Baldwm Advlsor Mrs Hale Typmg Advlsor Mrs Yocum Typlsts Anna Gerlock Anna Homolash Betty Fleck Catherme Everett Asslstants Anna Mae Bard Robert Tr1t1e May Chllcoat June Chxlcoat Lester Clymans Gracle Glocobello Helen Hub1tsky Antlonette Imperoll Seventy two S , . , . , , and WandaGrissinger , , 1944 - Cflium QUILL AND SCROLL The Qulll and Scroll an Internatlonal Honorary Soclety for Hlgh School Journalxsts complled a hlstory of the Hxgh School and started a Journallsm llbrary Plns, were xssued to each student by the Soclety and are somethmg to be proud of The club met durxng the Thursday club per10d wxth therr advisor Mr FISSEI Presldent Secretary Treasurer Chxlcote June Cunnrngham Joan Goodman Davld Gracey Wayne Gutshall Hrlda Hutchlson Maxme Long Kenneth Seventy three Madden Maxwell McCarty Joe Madden Helen McMullen Joan Cunmngham oe Sam Jane McMullen Helen Snyder Bruce Wrlght Sally Vice President .... ....... ........................... S a m Maxwell ' , . J fum - l9l+4 'v"' i u 41 TRI HI Y The Trl H1 Y met every Tuesday under the dlrectlon of Mlss Carruthers Thell purpose was to create mamtam and extend throughout the school and commumtb high standards of Chrlstlan Character Presldent V106 President 'T1'Ea,Sl1!'EI' liooher Lois Coder Dorothy iorbm Geraldme Covert Dorothy Davis Dons De Betty Jane Fdllm Elda Fetrow Irene Flttery Bert Flasher Althea Flasher Beatrxce Fouse Gloria Funk Sara Jane Gabelt Lols Fates Betty I xlland Patty C lasizow Joan Foddard Jerlan freenland Anna I umbert Mary Hack lletty Hammon Vera Hartman lic rbara Hlrks Vera M'1e Hu ks Wllsla Houwu Dorothy Horns Helen Iamberson Evelyn he-rlln Cheerful lxlme Beulah Ixrepps Mary Ann Madden Margretta McCarty Jane McClam Romana McCullough Pearl 'Vllller Effle Morder Lols Morrls Althea 'lvf rs Man garet Newsome Rohuta Norris Mary Oxerlex Irene lar on-, Vlrlllhla l ollock Betty lollurk llmtty K Sexenty four Vlfglnla Reck Jane McCarty Joyce Prlce Prlu lletty Pru 4 Joycr Quu ry Fdlth Quu ry Mary Radlc Iletty Rank L harlotte Reck Vlrllmra Reed Arlene Reed Jane e der Nancy Rex Barbara Rohrer Carolyn 7 osenberry Jann Rosensteel Joan Taylor Jane Wagner if xelyn Wallett Nancy Walters Dal lene Went1 Jane Wharton B1 rn'ulme Wrllmme Heli X eaaer Havel H ocum Max lm 'l""""" - """ "' ' " ., e F I , ' X ff ff!Qi'Lff, V , . I jg V I' il : en.. v'f'f'l-I ' l-3' ' ' l A A 47 ' Q ,V . . 'K V K ' n J , ff f ,6-J , "aj Secretary ................................ ...... . . Joan Rosensteel HJ Y. ' - ' 5 E . . 1 ' U D. , v Q I . ' , J. ' '. ,. -n 1941+ - iflium HIY Thls organlzatxon met each Thursday A mam event was a tr1p to Bellevue wlth the1r adv1sor Mr Flssel to attend the Older Boys Conference The club packed two klts for the Red Cross contrlbuted to Negro H1 Y ln state 100 per cent and gave toys to underpr1v11eged chlldren 1n Mount Un1on They also entered the annual Blble Study course and lts contest of Wh1Ch they have been the wrnners many tlmes Presldent V1ce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Applrhy Fred Appleby Cenrge lianlu Harold Hard I arxy Brandon Charles Brandt Alton lirumbaugh James Cly man Lester Cram lev Otls Crum Robert Dell Joseph Dlun Howard I' nders Ronald I- an nhaker Robert Fetnoxx Ray P ult7 Donald Fult7 Gerald Fllll7 Rohert C oodman David Herrington Feorge He -. Robert lxemmlrr Wllllam Fudd Donald l an ls kenneth I one: he nneth Mattern Donald Where Elmer Prue Rxchard Pnce Wxnston Rohm on Frne t Rohxer Dale Ru sell Clarence seller Oral Qmlth Fred Seunty fue Bruce Snyder Kenneth Long Donald Fultz Joseph Dell Snyder Wlllmm Qnyder Bruce Qnyder Paul Sunderland Theodore Thompson Eclsvnd Vaughn Earl Vaughn I ee Wagner Rxchaul Welch Stanley Wcllnex Robert Wentz Harold We t Eursley Whltsel Damel Whltsel Paul Wlnfrer Charle Heager Bruce I . I ' Sergeant-at-Arms .................... . ............... Paul Snyder y fum - IQML i JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB This orgamzatlon met each Tuesdax with lts 3.dX1SOIS Mis MCC1am and M1Ss Reeder Experxments wexe done at these meenmgs Wh1Ch proxed of mtexeet to the members Tins club LQ open no 'my one who is IIILETEQYCCI m 'mx kmd of QCIGHCC wolk Secretary T1 e'1su1ex Bormg Dorothy D1 ake J ame-Q Feastel Dorms Guyler J ames Hlcks W1l11am Sf x c-nty sw Nelhe Wagner Kqtz Robelt Mellott Charle-S Reek Row Robmson Holland Wagner Nellle r.,-,,- A- .. . Q 1 Y J' ' President ......,..,.,.........,...........,........ James Guyler IQALL f gluun but FRANKLIN SCIENCE CLUB f?'f'1 The Flanklm Sclence Club composed of Sophomores Jumors, and Senrors w1th an average U1 ade of A or B Th1S lS a Junlox club of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sclence Th club was reorgamzed Wlth meeting nlghts Tuesday evenlng after school Plans were made for 1n1t1at1on of the new members The CODICS of dlscusslon per t'1 ned to sclentlflc lnterests and problems of the members Pl esrdent SECIEIRIX TI63SlllE'l Anderson Robert Bard Anna Mae Cl1tes Betty Co bln Geraldlne Fultz Donald Glacey Wayne Gutshall Hrlda Hancock Hilda Hlcks Vera Mae Hutchrson Maxlne Long Kenneth Madden Joseph buenty ucn Maxlne Hutchxson W111l1m McGarvey Silly Wrlght McCarty Jane McGaue5 Wllllam Myers Margaret Norton Rex Pagano Basll Prlce Joyce Wakefleld Phyllls Wallett Nancy Whltsel Paul Wllllams Lola Wrlght Sally . X I 'Ri 1 . I .., W-- - , E ' v J . . Tb A 'fs X. .- D. V - ' ' ' . ' H . . . . , . ci P . U I ' U -. Vice President ...........,.... ,.., ................ W a yne Gracey ' 'I' . ..... .........,.........,....... . .. l lc ' ' a ' - ............................................ z ' 'L . v K . sv y ' ' F D. . , ,D , na' l . . C fum - IQM4 GIRLS ARCHERY CLUB Thls club organlzed 1n 1937 was thls year under the leadershlp of Mrss Gelnett The glrls met each Wednesday afternoon and D1 8,Ct1C6d shootxng out of doors when the weather permltted They planned sho0t1ng matches Wlth the Boys Archery Club Secretary Nelhe Wagner Treasurer Jerlan Goddard Advisor MISS Gelnett Albrl ht Anna LOUISE Amatulll Angela ADD19by Peggy Awkerman Martha B atty Opal Bell Joyce Bcdnar Helen Costlow Audrey Cox Phyllls Pans Dorrs DICOSIITIO Marguerlte Flasher Althea Flasher Beatrlce Flasher JCSSIE Glasgow Joan Goddard Jerlan Guyler Romame Hack Betty Hartman Barbara Heldler Bernlce Hicks Vera Mae Kosack Jul1a Kovsalsky Kathryn S x my ugh! Kurey Helen Maskulyak W11da Maurer Ellzabeth McCarl Gladys McK1nn1s Katie Mrller Evelyn Oswalt Mary Loulse Rosensteel Joan Rosensteel Loulse Shope Jean Shontz Jean Smlth Bessxe Smith Dorothy South V1v1an Stalr Jean Stapleton Sylvia Taylor Elrsabeth Vaughn Mary Lou Wagner Nellle Wakefleld Phyllls Whxtsel Anna Mary Whltsel Cleo Wright Betsy 9 President ............................. ..... . . Mary Louise Oswalt ,U , 3 I. , . D . . . . fl, 1. 1, .' 944 fum L..-,....a X "IEW BOYS' ARCHERY CLUB This organization under the leadership of Mr Ohl met everv Tuesday evemng If the weather permitted thev were out shooting and getting readv for matches with the Girls Archery Club When weather did not permit the boys were 1n the hop room repairing bows and arrows P1 esldent Vice President Treasurer Seci etars Banks Harold Bodnar Mike Bricker James Brown Edfilllhd Byers, Max Carter. William Coons Robert Cramer William Crawly Otis Drake James Ebling, Harold Fazenbaker. Robert Giacobello. James Green Preston Harris. Robert Herrington, Georve Homolash. Joe Seventyanine Joe Puchalla Mike Bodnar Eursley West Fred Steward Katz Robeit Kidd Rov Lewis Kenneth Overbi Osborn Pauliir, Edmund Puchfilla. Joe Rinker, Lewis Ritter, Jerry Seibert. Robert Shank. Richard Qmith, Maurice Steward Fred Tritle, Robert West. Eursley Williams. Alonzo Winfree. Russell Wollett. William mm IQLLLL vi JUNIOR FIRST AID CLASS This class met, durxng the Tuesday club perlod under the lead rshlp of Mlss Cornellus Those who were qual1f1ed re elved standard cer lfxcates and those not old enough to quqllfv were glven a Junlor Fust Ald Certlflcate Black Menerva Booher LOIS Cornehus Anna Covert Dorothy Dell Dorothy Foreman Arlene Grlssmger Rella Hlcks Madalme Hockenberxy Catherine Flghty Kane Dorothy McElwee Jean McConahey Myrtle Prxce Evelyn Ramsey Gladys Rosenborough Joan Qmlth Kathleen Snow Ida 1 1 ' I ' '. .W , Yr 1 . - , K -,, . C 1 L " . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , L. 1 . 1 ., ' 1 aaaaaaaaaaaeal a A. W as lQZ4l+ - glium SENIOR FIRST AID Flrst Ald IS the lmmedlate temporaly treatment glven ln case of accident or sudden lllness before the servxces of a physlclan can be secured The Semor Frrst Amd Club under the supervxslon of Mrs Yocum went even further in 1tS purpose Not only were members tramed to render First A1d when lt IS necessary they were shown the necessxty for preventlng serlous accldents During the club perxod both lectures and demonstratlons occurred For the most part the club was an Informal meetmg where each member took an actxve part Presldent Kathryn Gralney Vrce Presxdent Ehzabeth McMullen Secretary Treasurer Margaret Covert Covert Margaret McMullen Ellzabeth uabert Lors Ramsey Flonne Gabert LOUISE Ramsey, Paulme Gramex Kathryn I- uzhty one - . . . . . ,, . . , 4 . V' I C - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . - . . . . . . . . v -4 . - - . y ' v fum - l9l+4 Our club thrs year had two types of aCtlVltl9S the flrst of whlch was our dancmg classes The members were dlvrded at the begmnmg of the vear 1nto two groups those who had attended classes the year before and the new members The types of act1v1ty was the d1scuss1on of etxquette at dances and other soclal affalrs whlch we are expected to attend President VICE Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Albright Anna L Amatulh Angela Anderson Bob Bard knna Mae Beatty Opal llodnar Helen llooher Margaret llrumhauxzh Jane liusslek Isabel Clltes Betty tmler Dorothy Corbm Ceraldlne Costlow Audrey For Phyllis Dell Dorls DeMar1o Helen Dreosrmo Marzue Drake Dorothy rlte Daughenbaugh Florme DwoLen Joe Endres Ronald Flasher Beatrice Flasher Jessle Fultz Donald Fergle Andrew f 'asgow Joan I raeey Wayne CYINSITUZOI' Wanda Futshall Hllda Cuyler Romame Hack Bctty Hartman Barbara Heck Wlmfred Herdler liermce Hleks Vera Mae Hmnhakem Tlctty Johnson guru lxosack lulm kuray John Iatherovs Frances long K1PFLth los Iouls Mark 'ihnley Martxn Des-ne Maskulyak Wllda Maurer Flwabeth Mr-Carl Fladvs McCullough Pearl McK1nn1s Katle Melsunskr Helen Mllls Fdward Moore Fffne Mae Morns Althea Osnalt Mary Ioux Erghty two Q9 Wayne Gracey Loulse Rosensteel Geraldme Corbm Mary Loulse Oswalt Oxerby Irene lark Fern lark Jean Pandolfmo Mary Polllcmo Marv Popa Cornelia Peck VIFKITIIB Rhodes Gmraldlne Rodgers Delores Roll Walter Rosensteel Joan Ro-.ensteel Iouwc Qellers Jack Shoop Geraldlm Qhontv Jear- Qtapleton iylua Qmyzer Betty Qmrth Bessie Qtalr Jean Qtaplzton Robert Thompson Arthur Wakefield Phylhs Welch Freda Whltsel Albert Whrtsel Ha7el Yeager Have! X oeum Maxine SOCIAL CLUB f'M ag ag sg' ma-Qlmm HIKING CLUB The Hlklng Club better known as Shoeleather Express met on Sunday after noons for then' regular hlkes through the beautxful mountams surroundmg the town An added attractxon on several occaslons was a supper IH the mountalns Presldent VICE Pres1dent APD19bY Peggy Awkerman Martha Bell Joyce F'1sse1 Marlan Foreman Arlene lxnepp Margaret Mxckley Margaret Mldufl Pasqualma M1ller Evelyn M1ller R1chard M1l1s Carolyn Mun Mary Margaret Myers Gwendolyn PFICC Betty Radle Betty Rex Joseph Rosensteel Joan R chardson Mary Agnes Sala Mary J ean Exghty three Ellzabeth Taylor Peggy Appleby Selbert Robert Selgler Jean Shafer Shxrley Shope Shope Smlth Smlth South Jean Patsy Dorothy Ann Nancy Vivlan Stewart Fred Sweatlock Magdalme Taylor Elxsabeth Trltle Robert Trotta ROSe Vaughn Mary Lou Wagner Nellle W1ll1ams Betty Woods Vrrglma Wrxght Betsy ' ' u N Secretary-Treasurer ............................ Joan Rosensteel . , , , L 1 v .1 I I fum - I944 LIBRARY CLUB Th1s club under the leadershzp of Mxss Garver chd much for the lmprovement of our school hbrary They not only checked out books and arranged them on the shelves but also mended those that needed mendmg When new books were ac qulred they palnted over the cover to preserve them They d1d a good Job and We are proud of them Presldent Secretary TI'6'l SUTSI Bald Anna Mae Dell Dorothy Edgm Elda Gates Betty Glasgow Joan Goddard Jerlan Joan Glasgow Vela Mae Hlcks Joyce PFICC Hlcks Vera Mae Horne Harry Idomu Helen Maurer Ehzabeth Ramsey Florlne Ramsey Paulme Gumbert Mary Rosensteel Joan Hartman Barbara Pr1ce Joyce I' lghty four , , Vice President ...... . ......................... Elilzabeth Maurer . , - . y 1941+ - Qlium '1 a...... VARSITY CLUB The alm of thls club was to arouse the mterest of the entlre student body ln ath1et1cs to propose a better understandmg between the athlete and hls fellow students and to create much more enthuslasm and yearmng for successful teams than have ex1sted m the school Presldent Secretary Treasurer Advlsor Ernest Roblnson Charles Wmfree Mr Rumberger Anderson Robelt Crlst Donald Fortson James Holesa Paul North Dale Roblnson Ernest Sweatlock Rudy Elghty fue Thompson John WIISOD Harms Wmfree Charles Roll Walter Woodruff Harvey Welch Stanley rv--Y -P Y - :'!""""fTii". I 2 ' in 0 W ' X' Vice President .,...................................... Paul Holesa fum - IQM4 me-im... TUMBLING TEAM 'Tl Under the leadership of Mr Ohl the tumbling team had regular try outs and came along f1ne In their meeting they dld all sorts of exercise for the physical welfare of those who participated P1 esldent Vice P1 esldent Secretary Treasurer Andrews Fred Bard Charles Belluccl Carmel Bellucci Lewis Carter Wllllam Colatrlano John Diven Howard Fazenbaker Robert Gergle Andrew Gill Richard Hess Robert Gerlock Edward House Edward Hrabowinski John Keller Donald Himes Melvin Holesa Edward Eighty-six James MIHHICK Edward Gerlock Andrew Gergle Lewis Belluccl LEWIS Kenneth Lukens Gerald McCracken Robert Mellott Donald Melnyk M1chael Miller Jack M1Ile1 Richard Mlnnlck Wllllam Minnick James Newman Robert Puchalla Edward Rauck David Remek Paul Russell Clarence Viola Samuel Winfree Russell 1941+ - Glam SPORTSMEN S CLUB Thus f1ne club was orgamzed under the leadershlp of Mr Green and met every Thursday At these meetmgs Mr Green explamed rules and fundamentals all should know ln football basketball and all major sports One of the mam purposes of the club was to promote sports ln the school They planned a f1e1d and track meet to be held IH May Pl!-Z'S1d6Ilt Vlce Presxdent Treasurer Appleby George Banks Beatrlce Bard Lawrence Barr Nancy Crowne Fred Calderone Jacquellne Cornelius Robert Cornellus Jean Costlow Audrey Covert Frank Cramer George Crouse Helen r av Cunnmgham Crawley Anms Delaney Chauncey DeVerg1lo John Everetts Lllllan Flamm r Paul Flasher JCSSIB Heaster Jun1o1 Hooper Bobert Lxghty ses en I Arthur Thompson Anms Crawley Raymond Rhone Keller Franc1s Kane Ethel Klmgler Anna Johnson Sara Love James Mark Shlrley MOFYIS Althea Overby Irene Polllcmo Mary Querry Edith Reck Roy Rhone Raymond Stake Edgar Stapleton Sylvia Tallff Carl Thompson Arthur Wagner Evelyn Wagner Sam Walker R1chard Welch Freda 9 Secretary .......................................... Mary Pollicino , , , , C . v . fum 1941+ fn-1 PEP CLUB Having one of the largest memberships in the entire organlzatlon system thls club did well m lead1ng the students in true school sp1r1t Their aim was to provlde the student body with a high degree of enthuslasm for athlet1c contests throughout the year, of which they proved h1gh1y capable The club sold refreshments at games to cover thelr expenses A set of megaphones was acqulred durmg the year for the use of the cheerleaders, who d1d a, f1ne job of keeping the school sp1r1t President Betty Fleck Vice President William Kemmler Secretary 'Treasurer Amatulll Angela Amatulln Gloria Ambrosma Mary Banks Beatrice Beatty Opal Booker Jayne Byers Phyllis Chilcoat, June Chilcoat May Coder, Dorothy Coons, Edna Mae Costlow, Audrey Cunningham, Joan Davis, Doris Everett, Kathryn Fata, Theresa Fazenbaker. Peggy Fleck Betty Funk. Sara Jane Gates Betty Gerlock, Anna Ciacobello Grace Goodman David Guyler, Romaine Hancharenko, Vera Hardy, Anna Hartman Barbara Harper Anna Harris Frances Hetrlck Joy Heldler Bernice Hicks Betty Hicks Vera Mae Homolash Anna Horn Helen Hornbaker, Betty Hughes, Freda Imperoli. Antionette lmperoli, Mary Kane. Dorothy Kemmler. William Klinger, Anna Kosack. Julia Latherow, Frances Magliere. Anna Marks Shirley Maskulyak, Wilda McClain, Romona Medwinski, Helen Medwinski Alice Miller, Evelyn Oswalt, Mary I. Eighty-eight Mary Pagano Mary Ambrosma Pagano Mary Parsons Marion Pollicmo Mary Pollock Frances Popa Cornelia Price Joyce Rosensteel Louise inontz Jean Shoop Geraldine Singer, Betty Smith. Bessie Smith. Dorothy Anna Snyder. Lois South, Vivian Stapleton. Sylvia Stake. Betty Stump, Faye Trotta, Anna Trotta. Mary Wagner, Sara Jane Welliver, Anna Mary Williams. Lola Wilson, Lawanda Wright, Betsy Yocum. Charles I944- glium ART CLUB The Art Club under the superv1sion of M1ss Buller d1d much to brlghten our school days The members of the club made posters to change wlth the season such as posters for dlfferent sports and holxdays The posters were tacked on the bulletm boards and were a mam attractlon Everyone was on the lookout for new ones Secretary W1n1fred Heck Treasurer Helen Grove Mater1al Chalrman Darlene Walter Bodnar Helen Bodnar Margaret Cl1tes Betty Corbm Geraldlne Dell Mary Drake Dorothy Everett Betty Feaster Dor1s Frttery Bert Gallagher Arlene Glacobello Grace G11l Martha Greenland Anna Grlssrnger Wanda Grove Helen Gutshall Dorothy Harcleroade Patrxcxa Hartman Sara Heck Wmlfred Herrxngton Wanda Hetrlck Joy Howard Mary zihngler Lols McK1nn1s Kathryn Mellott Evelyn Mickley Margaret Mlller Joyce Reeder Nancy Renmnger Mary Runk Charlotte Shank Lols Trotta Rose Vaughn Barbara Wagner Sara Jane Walter Darlene Wharton Bemad1n C I ......... 1 t President ............................................ Joy Hetrick fum - IQML PERSONALITY CLUB Th1S club under the dlrectlon of Mrs South had two alms The undelstandlng of other people and the lmprovement of themselves as soclal bemgs They gave a serles of personallty tests Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Alexander Ella Amatulll G1or1a Gutshall Dorothy Hartman Conme Khngler LOIS Leach Mary Jane Morton Jane Nlnety Patsy Shope CORDIS Hartman Barbara Vaughn Pollock Frances Prlce Lxllxe Rogers Matrle Shank LOIS Shope Patsy Smlth Grace Vaughn Barbara 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1941+ - Qlium SENIOR SPEECH CLUB The Speech Club superv1sed by Mrs McGrew was orgaruzed for the purpose of practxclng polse and techmques of speakmg as they apply to ordmary CODVCTSHCIOH and everyday sxtuatxons The offxcers and members of the club are Presxdent VICE Presldent Treasurer Awkerman Martha Crawley Anms Gumbert Mary Lewis E1'en Mark Shxrley Martm Dessle Nmety one Lola W1ll1ams Gladys McCar1 Mary Gumbert McCar1 Gladys Sm1th Jean Welch Freda Whltsel Louetta Wllllams Lola Secretary ............................................ Ellen Lewis rum - I944 JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Under the leadershlp of M1ss Espenshade the Junior Dramatlc Club had many lnterestlng meetlngs At these meetlngs the partlclpants learned the art of good speakmg and actxng when m a play or ln actual l1fe Amatulll Glorla Barberulo Teresa Borlng Dorothy Br1cker June Ch11COat Joyce Coons Delores Coons Edna Ferlln Mary Frank Clalr Ann Glllam Patrxcxa Horne Julla Hughes Alice Jane Madden Margaretta 'VlcCla1n Nancy Mllls Carolyn 'VI 31 df-1 Phyllls Mo .lex Thelma 'vluer Mary My 61 s Gwendolyn Nmety two Ms ers Patsy Newsome Roberta Patron Paullne Prlce Audrey Rlchardson Mary Agnes Roblnson Betty Rosensteel Ehzabeth Sa1a Mary Shope Patsy Smalley Eleanor Smlth Nma Smouse Eva Stake Betty Stake Helen Stubbs G1la Taylor Jane Walters Mary Zenoble Rose , v 7 7 , , ! L- J A , , Y . 1 , , . 1 l 1 Fissel, Marian Shafer, Shirley Y 0 Y , , , , ' . , , I . 1 . ' 1 v .1 . 1 Y' ', , l ' . y ev-as as 19144 - mmm MINUTE MAIDS Tms new organlzatuon undex the duectxon of Mlss Buller d1d much to help the war effort The g1r1s sold stamps and bonds every Thursday and made a success of th1S new club Up to date the glrls have sold S445 95 ln stamps and S2 375 00 ln bonds Chau man Maxme Hutchxson Audltors Anna Gexlock Anna Homolash Gerlock Anna Gxlsslnger Wanda Heck W1HlfTCd HCKFICK Joy Homola h Anna HUCCh15OD Maxme Jenklns Ada Lundy three Khngler Anna Love Anna McCa1 ty Jane Rosensteel Joan Wagner Sara Jane Wrxght Sally ----Y -Y-L, - x . . , . . v 1 1 - . " . 1 - - v n 0. x . 1 A -. fum - IQM4 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Motto Learnlng to do Dolng to learn Earnlng to 11ve Llvlng to serve The Future Farmers of Amerlca rs the natlonal orgamzatlon for farm boys studymg vocat1ona1 agr1cu1ture ln the publlc high schools throughout the Unlted States, Hawau and Puerto R100 Under the leadershrp of Mr Hartzler the Mount UHIOH Chapter of thlS organl zatlon has been most actxve They have done work at home and around the school and also have had many educatlonal fllms throughout the year Pulposes 5 To develop competent aggresslve rural and agrlcultural leadershlp To strengthen the confldence of the farm boys ln themselves and thelr work To create and mature a love for country llfe To xmprove the rural home and lts surroundmgs To encourage cooperatlve effort among students of vocatlonal educat1on 1D agrlculture 6 To advance the course of vocatlonal educat1on ln agrlculture 1n the publxc schools Hard Charles lirungard Wllllam Iiurdge Marshall Cramer Alfred Dell Duayne Fonney McClellan Foster Harold Prtrow Ray f rme Ralph Hardy Charles Hxleman Thomas Iurdan Rmchard ludd Walter McClam Winston Mcklmm Rxchard Mxllrr Joseph Morgan Fred Mvers Flmer Parks George Querry Robert Runk Sheldon Rutter Clarence Qala Joseph Qnyder Charles Ninety four Qnyder Paul 'Steel Tracy Sunderland Theodore Tow nsley Sam Vaughn Earl Wagner James Walker Richard Whmte Cerald Wnlson Robert Wright Bernard X ocum Arthur X ocum Chester .rr Q - ' ' ' - u , , , , . , . . , ' 2. ' ' ' . 3. ' . - v ' -i . - . 2 v Q' . . ' ..1 1 Y ' '.' . IQZM - glluun pvwwv- 4-' ROD AND GUN CLUB ""' The Rod and Gun Club sponsored by Mr Johnston was orgamzed to teach lts members game laws and hablts and character1st1cs of w11d game The boys dlSCUSS6d types of guns and laws of huntrng duxmg then' meetlngs The purpose of the club was to make better sportsmen Presldent Robert Hooper Secretaxy Treasurel Andy Gergel Advlsor Mr Johnston lielluux Carmel lhllueu I us ls llollxnux Donald lhrm n Fdmund liuudu M l!'Nh xll llyz Is Mat Q opt nh nu John lorlun Rn hard trnmu Wlllmm A Du 1 Dlmoff Ordnn Dxsolwn Josep I-hllny. Harold Fvxn John Fostu Harold full or Max f axdner Paul f Q mel Andy Fmurhello Jams- f ull Rlchxrd H 1rhauLh W ay ne Hands C h'1rle Hat hbarlzer Donald Han tr r JLIYHOI Hlck Clarenc e H1lem'1n Thomas Hlmlw Henry Hoopt r Robe xt Hundlak Frank lorclan Richard lu 5 Ro me it lxldd Harry lx ad V5 1 ter s 1 1 hurt 5 In n 'Nhl-lxur Hex-but NIL kim Richard xllll6F Jack Nhnmelx Jame Wim t Ntanfozd Holder Wllham Pasnno Basll Painter Robert Polk Herman l xrlx I ut er Pulur I- dmnnsl l hvl ant John l lean hu Jack Qul rrp Robert Nnnety fue Kankln James Rlnker Lew!-1 Rmke r Sheldon Rowe George Rowf Russell Ruttu Clare ner Ruth r Gerald Quia Domlmek Qmlth John Snydn Charlu Splnnatl Frank Stake Fdxar Nhnley James Ctapltton Thoma Stayner Earl Y mln Sam Waszner Jamex Whntsel Albert W hltsel Ned Wxley Chester Wnllnams Alonzo Wmfree Russell Wruzht Bernard X ocum Arthur Hocum Chester I F' - -4- I 'I ' Rl ..-V I, ' .inf ' .l ,E so l-. V J , ' , . V, ' r .,,-, s., .- "' , Y I- X A V an --.A V . . I " S. 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P 1 . -,., , Y t 'N fum - I944 MAKE UP CLUB Every Tuesday the Make Up Club met wxth Mlss Buller m Room 28 The glrls learned the techmque of Stage make up The club helped with the make up for the assembly programs and the Senlor Class Play Amatulll Angela Ambros1no Mary Appleby Peggy Awkerman Martha Baldwm Martha Banks Janet Bard Anna Mae Beaty Opal Bell Joyce Bodnar Helen Booher Margaret Br1ggs Kay Ch leoat June Chxlcoat May Clltes Betty Corbin Anna Mary Coxbm Joyce Costlow Audrey Cox Phyllls Daughenbaugh Florme Dell D015 DGMRTIO Helen Drolsbaugh Delores Everett Kathryn Glacobello Grace Guyler Romalne Hancharenko Vera Harrxs Frances Heldler Bernlce T' tuck Joy Imnltg sw Hornbaker Betty Hutchlson MarJor1e Johnson Sara Kane Ethel Kosack Ju11a Latherow Frances Long Mlldred Magllere Anne MCKIHDIS Katle McMullen Helen Medwlnsku Helen Pagano Mary Parsons Mar1on Popa Cornella Renmnger Mary Rhodes Geraldlne Rogers Delores Shontz Jean Shope Smger Smlth Snyder South Stump Taylor Jean Betty Dorothy LOIS V1v1an Faye Ellsabeth Vahmont Grace Vaughn Mary Lou Wakefield Phyllis Wllson Thelma Wrxght Betsy . . . 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Arthur Thompson 1944 - f7liuu1 .0 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB """::x""t' The Home Economlcs Club was orgamzed by M1ss Thomas for the betterment of the puplls of the Mount Urnon Hxgh School All those ln semor :ugh were elxglble This club has accomphshed many useful thmgs ln lts short time of organlzation One of those was the carmg of all SICK pupxls who go to the health room another was decoratmg the trophy case Thxs club has sponsored cake and candy sales all of whlch have been successful President Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Book Alm Chxlcoat Gladys Cornellus Robert Cree Vlrglllla Davld Eva Mae Fata Theresa Gallagher Arlene Getz Betty Grlsslnger Rella Grove Joy Hubltsky Helen Hughes Earl mperloll Antlonette Nmety seven Anna Trotta Helen Hubltsky Antlonette Imper1ol1 Imperloll Mary K.urey Helen McC1a1n Betty McK1m Geraldme Miller Joyce Runk Vera Rupert Leona Rutter Gerald Snow Ida Stme Roy Thompson Arthur Trotta Anna Whlte Gerald .-- ,M . -v,-1 Y- -1-1 - . I I' 1 ' v ' , , 1 :, . , , f , " 'm"- 'Q Q' 4 v , , .4 ,, ., -.,.... -V , .nf 1... 1- 1 , . n . . 1 44 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y . . . . - 1 1 1 5 191315 JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL The members of th1S group were appomted from each of the home rooms as representatlves to this councll Through this group all the varlous types of Jun1or Red Cross Work of the school were co ordmated Some of then' actrvrtres mcluded shlppmg the gift boxes from school packing and shlpplng menu card holders tray favors and nut cups They also helped at the Chapter Rooms With stencllrng surglcal dresslng cases makmg up packrng cases for surglcal dresslngs and packrng k1t bags Fred Stewart Evelyn M1l1e1 Chalrman Vlce Chairman Secretary Aslstant Secretary Treasurer Albrlght Anna Black Mlnerva Brumbaugh Jane Carter Edna Coons Delores Cromer Albert Flasher Clan' Foreman Arlene Flood Pearl G1ll Martha HICKS Betty Hollrngshead Laura Jenkms Ada Mrller Evelyn Molst John Morgan Annabelle IN inety-eight Edna Wagner Anna L Albright Bernard Wagnel Mort Betty Newman Robert Park Jean Pandolfmo Mary Rosensteel Joan Rosensteel Fred Rex Joseph Smith Jane Snyder Herber Stewart Fred Wagner Bernard Wagner Edna Wharton Jean Wh1tS61 Anna M Whltsel Cleo Whxtsel Jean 19414 - Qlium 'CQ SAFETY CLUB ThlS club whlch met each week dlscussed rules and regulatlons for the pre ventlon of accldents The meetrngs were lntelestlng and much knowledge was galned by those who attended Once each month they checked on the blllldlng haz ards reported them and saw that they were ehmlnated The club sponsored two chapel programs IH March Thls was the f1rst year for the club but lt has a promlsmg future Presldent AdV1SOl Book Alma Brandt Alton Call Robert Calter Emma Cox Phvlhs Edgln Arthur Dwozan Joseph Goddard Jerlan Gleen Preston Gumbert Mary Guyler James Hack Betty Uexrngton George Home Helen Katz RODSIE Kldd Roy Kurev John Los Sophia Ninety mm Joseph Dwozan Chester Wiley Ml Johnston Mansbex gel Dwane McElwee Herbert Mr-Elwee Isabel Mlller Bexerly Morgan Anna Mvexs W1ll1'1m Pleacher Jack P1106 Wmston Rankm James Rrnkez Sheldon ROdgE1 W1ll1am Selbert Robert Sellexs Orel Wakefxeld PhY111S Walker Rlchard Wagner Rlchard West Eursley Wlley Chester 5 , X. . . .2 . , ' . L ' ' . xt ' 'K A - Secretary-Treasurer ................................ ' ' ' 1 . D . Y - 1 v I 'k4u I Qc fi um, X N w sw A W 'M x A MW ws xx 'x Om- hundroc W Unu hu lulrrel n nl' f 1 i2X,! ' ' 1 'Q MR. BURKHOLDER The band this year has been very well balanced and well organized. Although many were lost by graduation and in- duction, new members were taken in and fglled the place.: of the others very Well. The student council has continued its fine job of heading the student government of the band. This year the band attended the home football games, rallies, dedications of honor rolls, and parades. They look part in the fall concert, candlelight service, and the spring concert. MOUNT UNION HIGH SCHOOL BAND CLARINET Cracey Wayne Mattern Donald TFIIIC Robert Hicks Vera Mae Clasgow .Ioan Albright Anna Louise Puchalla Joe Coder Ceorglanna Skipper LaVonne Wilson Lawanda Wakefield Phyllis Bodnar Mike Cates Betty fmldard Jerlan Eh CLARINET Foster kenneth AI TO CLARINET Hartman Barbara BASS CLARINFT Smith Jean FI UTE Bard Anna Mae PICCOLO lax-.uns Virszima OBOE lnnknere Robert BASSOOIN Madden Joe SAXOPI-IONE Heidler Bernice Rex Joe Hartman Constance Baldwin Martha Radle Betty FRENCH HORN Maxwell Sam Iillssltk Isabel kyle: Iola Bruker James CORNET AND TRUMPET I om. kenneth Au kerman Martha Dell Joi LOIIIIII Mark I ark I'ern Hu ks William fiacohcllo Jamie Poale Donald I mr James tux John Alfred lummler Richard I-blunt. Harold One hundred four TROMBONE Rlshel PILKI Thompson Arthur futsha'l H1 ia Stapleton Carl luxe Anne BARITONE Norton Rex Taylor Ronald BASS Ifultv Donald Maines Lee Mills Edward BASS DRI M Mcf arxey William CYMBALS Ruk Vnzlnla SNARE DRUM fnons Robert WIILYIPI I is TIMPANI Anderson Robert DRUM MAJORFTTFS fhilurxt June Wlltmls Dallem ,I in ,,.a1 ' I gb I : v I' '- ' . ' l - . , ' 'H 1 " - ' . nl ' , , .7 . . . ' v I U ' I -. Oswalt: Mary Louise Guyler,- Romaine Halk: David I , I F . ' . '. ' I ' '. ' ' . - 3. . 'N 1 N K . Q ' V in .Al . ' .I ' I 4 r v ' The purpooe of the Juruor band rs to tram 1tS members 1n preparatron for the se-mor band t met on Tuesday and Thursday morrung each week Thrs year the ,rumor band has added much to the sprrrt of the football games It has also played for assemblles throughout the year CLARINET lin rekzr June l nuns Delores I-zrrr.m'1n Arlem Prank Claire Ann rc Iarumls I ltrrua Hr rlrmunskr lo n l'lllLhlN Alru lont-x Jane he er l'1lr rc ra 'Vid-lwee Jean Wloore Fullsne Morrow Betty f x mm Robert Qecrest Eleanor Shafer Qhrrlex Nmrth Nrna S! rke -Knn Ntornnfl' furrgm TRUMPET C rmplull Helen L unnmgham Frull rule lwlgrn Arthur FUNK Hs r rrngtun Ruh xr ll lx xhlm Junrnr lmmpp lulwarrl 'Vld ax rtt Wrllr :nr 'Vlcrlnee Hubert 'Vlyer-. Margaret I rrson-. Plugs ne I lun hz r Jac k Smymrs Lharle-. Stake Don xlll Wrley Chester W mr Walter SA XOPHON E lxmmr Malmlrut Iuluns Cera One hundred fue BARITONE Barr Robert Xeaper Bruce FI UTE Ro-.cnstmel Barbara HORN Fudd Rrchard kr-,sul Ray TROMBONE Muller Rrchard Keller Donald BASS Rzclm Robert CYMBALS lxrrld Roy DRUMS Herrrngton Ceorrze Myer Wrlllam Rodrlx kenneth Wrl on Hsrbert JUNIOR BAND 1-A -R ' fi .ny l' , ' Ha"-' -. 'z ' , '-1' " h fm, " - .f ' ' '- HK" -K i if - u - 'Q l ' lk U 1 5-1, if-"rr The Mount Un1on H1gh School Orchest1a has worked hard this year to provxde muslc for assembly programs and for commencement act1v1t1es They have re hearsed on Tuesday evenmg and Frlday molmng VIOLIN Gutshall H11da R1Sh61 Catherme McGa1vey W1l11am Rosensteel Ehzabeth Mulr Mary Margaret Mllls Carolyn Mlller Evelyn Andrews Patrlcla VIOLA Shope Jean McC1a1n Nancy STRING BASS Sm1th Dorothy FLUTE Bard Anna Mae OBOE Longacre Robert BASSOON Madden Joseph CLARINET Gracey Wayne Tr1t1e Robert SAXOPHONE Heldlel Bernlce Hartman Constance Baldwln Martha CORNE1 Glacobello James Awkerman Martha Long Kenneth HICKS Wllllam TROIVEBONE Rlshel Fred BASS 'VI111s Edward DRUMS W gner LOIS PIANO Wallett Nancy One hundrm d sw MOUNT UNION HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Q f JAZZ BAND The h1gh school Jazz band has rapxdly become one of the most popular muslcal organxzatxons 1n the school The members of this orgamzatlon met once a week to practlce muslc for the dances They played all the school dances and provlded the muslc of the mlnstrel show Thelr theme song fol th1S year IS Sophlstlcated Swing SAXOPHONE TIILIE Robert Gracey Wayne Baldwm Maltha TRUTVIPET Long Kenneth Awkerman Marth fmcobello James ROMBONE R shel Fred T Iton Rex VIOLIN GUITAR Crxst Donald DRUMS Wagner LOIS PIANO Kyler Betty Appleby Peggy Radle Betty STRING BASS Smlth Dorothy Ann a Jean Om humlxed exen Longacfe' Robert Gutshall. SAXOPHONE SEXTET The Saxophone Sextet was a small saxophone ensemble Its a1m was to ald 1ts members 1n plavmg ln small groups The Saxophone Sexlet played on var1ous oc ca 1ons when a small musical group was needed ALTO SAXOPHONE Robert Longacre Bernlce Heldler CORDIS Hartman TENOR SAXOPHONE Wayne Gracey Martha Baldw1n BARITONE SAXOPHONE Bettv Radle The Brass Sextet was a small brass ensemble Its chlef alm was to gxve 1ts members experlence ln playlng ln small groups The Brass Sextet played on var1ous occasions when a small group was needed CORNET Kenneth Long Martha Jean Awkerman FRENCH HORN Samuel Maxwell TROMBONE Fred Rlshel BARITONE Rex Norton BASS Edward Mllls Om hun Ire-ml encht BRASS SEXTET INSTRUMENTAL Mount Unron Hrgh School has always been proud of rts musrcal organrzatron and thrs year rt can be especrally proud of them All the Instrumental groups have worked hard ID proxldrng musrc for many actrvrtres and programs throughout the school and communrty The band rs perhaps the best known and most popular of th musrcal groups rn the chool Under the dnectron of Mr J R Bur kholder thrs group ot students has learned to play well together as well a.s by themselves Th s rear the students councrl has contmued rts frne work rn marntarnrng a form of student government At the close ot the school term last year the followmg cffrcers were elected Presrd nt Wayne Gracey Vrce Presrdent Robert T11tle Se etary Romalne Guyler Treasurer Anna Mae Bard Quartermaster Fred Rrshel Lrbrarran Arthur Thompacn Qponsor Martha Jean Awkerman Busrness Manager Wlllram McGarXey Effrclency Manager Wrllram McGarvey Student Conductor Rex Norton Durrng the football season the band proyrded approprrate musrc for the games at halftrme rntermrssron drrlls and demonsrrat ons were grven Durrng basketball season a small number of band members comprrsrng a pep band provrded musrc The band also took part rn nrany ceremonres and celebratrons throughout sur rolls concerts for clubs and other organrzatrons the annual football servrcc school assembly programs candlelrght serxrce fall and sprrng concerts The hrgh school orchestra played for the senror class play class day and commencement Whener er the subrect of a dance was drscussed ererwone knew that the schoo Jazz band would be there to furnrsh plenty of good swrng muslc for the OCCRSIOH Thrs group of talented hrgh school musrcrans has played at school dances assemblres and with the addrtlon of a few members of the Musrcmasters Band supplres the musrc for the mrnstrel show Speakrng of bands lets not forget the rumor band and the begmners band The members of these two groups wrll be the future s nror band members Recery mg then trarnrnff rn tnerr earlx school sears they wrll be capable of frllrng vacant posrtrons The sarcophone sextet has been busy thrs year rn provrdrng music for assemblles the mrnstrel show commurrrtt gatherrngs and radro broadcasts The members of thrs ensemble hate 2. rrn cl rrruch knowledge of small group plawrng The trumpet trrc drsplaxed much trumpt IOCIIIIIQLIC rn the plaxrnf ol the numbers whrclr tlrex prtsentecl at xarrous tlmes durrng the xtar Om hundred nrnf. - . tf ' f ' A . 4 c ' n , . v . ' C ' v I ' 1 ' , . AY B. . C K, 1 . 3 L.' . ' S . Q ' - ' l . . 1 ' ' ' K. U ' . ' ' c ' I . Y . V l. D Y. . 1 . '. l A- - rf - v r r V y- ' . 1 - . . . ' . A . Y. ' , V ,y 1 , ' ' " 1 K, 2 ' 3 ' u 1 2 .'- . K. it C . v' . Nc ' , . if ' ' . J T' .' ' A K ,A , ,' 1 h ' . c . 4 ' h R ' I L I ' - rounding communites and in Mount Union. These included dedications of honor' l. . Ay C Q lf- V I v C L r ' V , .,. ' .', ' " " ' ' '. ' ". 1' ' ' rp: . , r.: . ,- . . ' , - . . - 1 . C . ss , r ' . . - . ,- - , A I I - V ' , 7 c . A K . K v' V Q ' . . U ' V- ' ' , .C ' ' D ' ' ' . . A, A Y. 1 ku L, Y' tc ' ' 1 .via L1 A' L v V. ' K K I Q I . . ' . A eq. ' . , I ,Y ' I, .' -,l K . ' . I , K. CA ' ,' . ' ga tr ' q . ' . 'Q ' j 'X' t 1 ' .' .' ' ' ju 1 MR GILLAM This year the Mixed Chorus met one period every day This gave them an excellent chance for manv rehearsals The Mixed Chorus took p'11t in the will oncert Christmas Candlelight SElYlC6 and mam '1 embly D10 grams MIXED CHORUS SOPRANOS: Gumbert Mary Gutshall, Hilda Heidler, Bernice Hutchison, Maxine Oswalt, Mary Louise Miller, Joyce Radle, Betty Stapleton. Helen TENORSZ Mills, Edward Norton, Rex Rishel, Fred Rohrer, Dale Stapleton, Earl ALTOS: Dell, Doris Hughes, Freda Pollock, Betty Reck. Virginia Rix, Barbara Shoop, Geraldine Whitsel, Louetta Williams, Lola BASSES: Anderson, Robert Carl, Robert Crist. Don Gergel, Andrew Rhone, Raymond Roll. Walter One hundred ten SENIOR HIGH GIRLS CHORUS Amatulll Angela App dry Ieggy l Ju tulle r D010 hy mullnr IIIFIIILI Hut: hmm Mwunt ky 1 r I ula McCarty Jane Radle Betty Shope Jean Smith Dorothy Ann South Vnxan Taylor I' lllahcth Vauthn Many Inu W Aznnr Nz I 0 Wllson Thm lm: Wrutht Ik by SFKOWID SOPRANO Awkftrmdn Martha Jean Cut-.hall Hllala Ixuxey Hmhn Iewls l'llyn I rl C 1 Iowe R X linhara VV! llms Ula W nzht Sally Al TOS D ll Dur S Huks lintty I'IllLhPN Fu-111 Hutxhlson M'1lJmln Jtnkms Ada Al lim Vlulxun-.km Allie lu I' xx 1 41 In k lim ll I In tty Ne n tu luun nk V 1 Stalr Jaan Sxoruk 'vlargarf t Whlt cl Iouetta JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS CHORUS FIRST SOPRANO Amatulll Clorla L unnmgham hay Pan nbaker Peggy Fxtta ry Iiertha Portman Arlens Punk S.-na Jane I Q I lock Margaret Holllmohz ad Iaur'1 Hunhw Alnce Jam Ixnmpp Margarf t Ixm yrs I xtsy 'rlcl Auflrn y I rice I 1 ly Reeder Nancy Trotta Rose Shafer Shxrlsy Shope I"1twy Smavxley I' lennm Svuatlock Mdmlalme Walter-. Darlc no Wharton lk I narllns 35' I Wnmls VIILIHII SECOND SOPRANO lialbarull Tele-.a Iiurxnxz Dorothy Lutshall MTXIHL 1 llanrl Ia V I uishall Dor ,thy Hooper Fwlyn Ialnmn Halen Ixupp-. Mary Ann MLC.lnn Nanny Mlckley Mldurm NuSw0m4 Irlce Pulyn Rossnstul Ihxlmra S mpc I 1 way Taylor Jam Mal Hal et Iasqualma Robuta One hundred elex en w ! I . , ' M-F11 , Valya Kyl -tty ' . . - I'riu', . . - " x ', '- l' , ' ' ' , " I v., 2" ' Mil-', 1'-lyr IS:-1, yvv : - , - I1 'II': I. ' I' Il ' . -tty I A' . ' Y. . 1 f 1 I" . .': j Uri'-. .Ivan H- - '- 'f , lri-1-, - , ' .' . '.' 1 V I .' 'tux ' s '-I, . I- . . . . ' . . . 1: , 1. Ru . 4' u Y . ' . .I , , . v K .' .- , ' S , Q A 9 ' ' C M '- 'z : " f' 'z ML'Carl, Jam' ' '. 1 ' I ' -, -' - ' 1 ' , ' . . l , , . . 1.1 V A. , v' h - f A , ' V . ' , . . . 'V V 5. ' 'K ' 1 B. ' ' . ' S , . . G'll' , ' tt. J f .' --, . ' . lf' . ' . ' - C ' . I 'I I ' , f ,' Sh -, '1t. '.'- .I ..: - '. "' '. .'- .'. - 1 .H ' . ....' I I . ' . 1 . .V . 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I ", ' l'r"-, 2 'ry Sh -, Ial- R II. 21 " ' ', " '2 GIRLS ENSEMBLE FIRST SOPRANOS Maxine Hutchison Lola Kyler Jane McCarty Betty Racine SECOND SOPRANOS Martha Jean Awkerman Hilda Gutshall Joyce Price Sally Wright NINTH GRADE ENSEMBLE FIRST SOPRANO Gloria Amatulll Nancy Ball Beatrice Banks Kay Cunningham Lauia Jane H011ll1gih6'ld Marcia Lukens QECOND SOPRANO Doris Feastei Martin Gill Doiothv Gutshfill Helen Idomn Beinadme WIIHIYOII One hundred thirteen 9 ALTOS: Marjorie Hutchison, Betty Kyler, Betty Pollock, Lola Williams. GLEE CLUB SOPRANOS Peggy Appleby Dorothy Coder Laura Jane Hollmgshead Allce Hughes Ehzabeth Taylor Betsy Wrlght ALTOS Dorls Dell Evelyn Mxllel Betty P1106 Joan Rosensteel Jean Smlth M1115 BASS Mark Corbln Donald Crxst David Halk Lee Malnes Walter Roll Andy Gergle One hundred f mt TENOR: John Alfred Cox, Wayne Gracey, Preston Greene, Paul Idomir, Edward ll ' t'l'll CHOR AL On the ex enmg ot Nox cmbc1 30 1043 the b md and cholal g'lOLlIJS ot thc hlgh school gtxe thc11 fall concclt The choral groups xvhlch pftrtlclpdtecl ID thls program xx e1e the Iunlor Guls Chorus Glee Club Boxs Chorus Senior C lllS fllO1llS Culs Ensemble Boxs Qufzrtet incl thc xl1X6fl Cholus Thc Lnnu 11 cftncllellght serx xcc xx is held on Sunclax aftclnoon De cember 19 Cho1al groups taklng part xx ele the Gills Ensemble Boxs Quftrtet 1nd cl mwecl gloup comprxsecl ot memters of all cho1al g1OLlpS Du11ng thc xe'1r the V HIOUS Choml groups D1Q9QHt9Cl numbers In the dsesmlelles ot both 1un1o1 and senlor hlgh school One 6SDQC13llY entcltalnlng plax xx is xxrltten and glx cn bx the Nhxcecl Qhmus The stolx xxas bullt upon the celebxatlon ot the tlftleth xx ecldlng IHHIYQI s trx of M1 1nd Hrs Hempstcdcl The C lll9 lf nsemble and Rox s Qu utet haxe been two outstandlng xoc tl gloups Thcsc txxo olgxnlfttlons took put IH thc tall concert Llllllfl Hlgh School tncl IH nclghlollng schools Thex sang at meet lngs ol x ll10llS clubs and oxgunfxtlons ot thc communltx as xxell as thosc ol suuouncllng C0lTlI'YlL1Illt1LN -X boxs octet xx 1s 0lg'1l117GCl and slng at m9QtlHg9 ot the LIOHS Club the Oclcl Felloxxs Banquet and assemblx proglams Thc SQHIOI ClllS Cl'lOlLlS lLlll101 Cnls Cl101Lls Boxs Cl'l01LlQ incl Clec flub D1 utlcecl xxecklx and toolx part IH the tall concert spllng concut 1nd 1sseml lx P10511 'mms c pl lg c c h o N 11 mcl tcitulecl musl DltNflll1ll0llN ot allthc tl'l0l1l1,l0llD ot thc sc oo U h l lift L v ' ' ' , , , . jj y . f y Z . . . . 3 ' , ' Lv . 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CRAMER FOOTBALL SEASON The T1oJ111s st'11ted thc 1111 off 131 111111111 tht TXIOIK clown 011 oux o11n f1eld The TIOJQHS held the E1 les to 1 0 0 uc qt the 11111 01111 to be dcfe xtcd ID the end 18 0 Followmg, the TIOJQUS gflme the teflm 11ent to Lock H'11en where tl1e1 were defeqted 40 0 The Mount UIHO11 ele1en 11ent to YSHQSIIOWII on '1 bught sunn1 'iftelnoon whele an exhlbltlon of flne SDOIISHYIIISYXID 11as dlsplayed bu to 110 110111 as the team 1etu1ned home defeftted once 'lgun 191 1 SCOI8 of 28 6 The S21fl.1Id'1S follo11111g the Yeqgc-1101111 gqmf found Bellefontes Red R11de1s 'it our doo1step Ho11e1 C1 1ElC1X luck once 101111 ffnled us as '1 touchb'1cl1 dllllllg the fust quartel V1h1Cl'l 1 '15 enough to get the Bellefonte tenun off to a good stalt to defeat us 9 0 A second Stlwllght home gfnne 111s scheduled 111th Bellwood The Troyins held the Blue Devlls to '1 some of 1 0 11 the 11'11f 01111 to get the sl1o1t end of the suck Follovvmg thc defelt executed 111 Bellwood the loc tl boys had to fo1fe1t q heud fought game to AILOOIII Cqthohc 111111 1 S0016 of l 6 Le111stov111 then n1o1 ed 11110 the plcture two 11ee-ks late1 to 0161901191 us 32 O Novembe1 12 found the T1oy1n fins Sllllllf 1n Po111t St'1d111II1 Qt Johnstown WhlCh tuxned out to be a sad s1ght Fumbles seemed to get the best of the TIOj'1IlS whlle Johnstown C 1t11ol1c I111ll1'l1J11Pd '14 6 The list gotmz of tht 1943 foot1J'1ll C'1lI1D"l1gY1 took the MOL1I1t UIIICJH 0101611 to H11I1E111gC10I1 s WWI Vetemns F'1clcl 1111010 thu 11019 151111 defefltecl 111th 1 SCOI8 of 48 0 Dfxte Opponents M U Oppt SEPT TYRONE SEPT LOCK HAVEN OCT YEAGERTOWN OCT BELLEFONITE OCT BELLVN OOD OCT Al TOONA CLXTHOI IC NOV 1 EWISTOXK N NOV JOHN STOV1 N CATHOLIC NOV 23 HL NTINIGDON Leiffue Gfunes Une hun-11111 twenty one K , . . , I. t lv K , ' A' .. h tl p 2' vi . V D' with a 26-0 defeat. I . 18 0 18 , 25 A 0 45 . 2 6 28 . 9 K 1 O 9 . 16 " ' 0 26 , 23 . , . , , 6 7 . G ' . ' 0 32 . 12 ' 5 6 54 . ' ' ',' 1 0 48 Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Ja11 Jan .mn Jin J'1n Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb l'Moun Altoona Calhollc Home W1ll1amsbu1g Home Yeage1 low n Home Bellwood Home Levl xstown Away-1 T-Iuntmgdon Home Jumatfa JOl11t Home Txrone Avxaw Plnllpsburg Home Altoona C3th011C Away Yeabeltovsn Awa Levnstown Home' Altoona Away Huntmgdon Avuavf Tyrone Home' Bellwood Away Phlhpsburg Away Altoona Home Holhdaysbulg Home tam Leag 19 Games VARSITY BASKETBALL Holesa. C Anderson G Gerlock F G1acobe1lo F Long F Stake F Sweatlo k G Tr1tle G Welch G Woodruff C Wlnfree G Um hunflud txunlx two . 13- ' - . 17- ' ' ' - . 21- " 1 - . 31- ' - . 4- 1' ' - . 7-- ' ' - ' 4 .11- ' . A - 1 . 14- 3 - 1 3 1 . 21- ' ' - 1 . 22- ' - .1 . 25- U ' ' - jf Jan, 28-Hollidaysburg-Away1' I 4.. w 1 - . 5- - 1 , 8- ' - ' 3 . 11- 3 - . 15- - . 18- ' ' - ff: . 22- - . 25- ' ' ' - 1 PLAYERS SUBSTITUTES School M U H S Seniors M U H S Semors Lew1stown Huntmgdon Tyrone Saltlllo Phlllpsburg Hollldaysburg Saltlllo Lewxs own Huntmgdon Tyrone Petersburg Phlllpsburg M U H S J umors Hollldaysburg M U H S Faculty JV Opp MCROI-IL JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS Sam Vlola F' James Glacobello F Roy Stme C David Goodman G Harrls W1lson-G SUBSTITUTES FTHHCIS Keller Rudx Frye Johnm Colotuano James Gusler Fred Andrews Om hlll'llIl'P1l twenty three GIRLS BASKETBALL The G1115 Basketball team coached by MISS Thomas has done fme 111 1ts th11d yea1 of organ1zat1on At the p1act1ces wh1ch VSEIG held fue days a week the g111Q play del1gent1y Then' schedule was somewhat d1ffe1ent fxom that of last Y831 111 that they plaxed out of town g11 15 teams Thev were called the T1 oym Ma1ds At the begmmng of the eeaaon a manager and two honolalv captams we1e elected Manager Anna Mae Baud HOHOIHIX Captcuns, Anna Ge11o k and Anna K11r1g1e1 ANNA GERLOCK LINE UP ANNA HOMOLASH LOLA WILLIAMS ANNA KLINGLER ANNA 'VIARY WELLIVER KATHRYN KWOLSKEY Bodnfu Helen Glasgow Joan H cks Vela Mae H01 noakel Betty Hu hes Freda Aosack Juha YE AGERTOWN JU N ATA JOINT SALTILLO YEAGERTOWN HUNTINGDON SALTILLO HUNTINGDON SUBQTITUTES FORWARD FORWARD FO QWARF GUARD GUARD GUARD MHUTCI Ehzabel h MCKIHIIIS Ka ll Sfflltll Jean Snydel Lo1s Stapleton S5 11 11 GAMES M U Oppt One humlxed tx nty four BASKETBALL SEASON December 13 The off1c1a1 opemng of our basketball season found our varsity playlng Altoona Cathohc on our home floor where we suffered a defeat 64 33 Paul Holesa s 21 pomts was belleved to be a new record for a Mount Union High eager December 17 Fate certalnly was smllmg on us when our team trlpped Wlllxams burg 45 35 for an 1n1t1al vlctory on our home floor December 21 Tonlght on our home floor the Trojans conquered Yeagertown 34 26 In the prellmlnary game the Yeagertown glrls defeated our glrls 48 37 December 31-Our fast steppmg Trojans gamed the1r thlrd Wln tonlght when they defeated Bellwood 27 24 The Trojan jayvees edged the senlors 22 21 m the prellmlnary game January 4-Our lucky streak ended when Lewlstown called up a score of 38 agalnst our 27 polnts Lewlstown junior varsxty won from our Trojan jayvees 58 14 January 7 Our Trojans were outscored by Huntmgdons Meloymen 29 20 The gym was crowded to overflowlng and many were turned away In the Jayvee game Huntmgdon won 33 13 January ll Our boys bounded back lnto the wln column tomght bv takmg Jumata Jomt 23 15 The J.1n1ata Jomt glrls defeated the Mount Umon glrls 25 15 January 14 The Trojans dropped a 23 18 dec1s1or to the Tyrone Eagles m the vlctors floor The L1tt1e Eagles also won 24 16 January 21 In one of the best games of the year our Brlcktowners upset Phllxpsburg 25 22 The Trojan Jayvees also won for the flrst time 20 19 January 22-The Altoona Cathollc I-hgh nosed out our drlbblers 32 29 but not wlthout a battle whlch gave the unbeaten team the1r blgg6St scare of the season January 25-The Yeagertown passers over trlpped by our varslty 29 23 in a rough battle but the Axetown lassles won 48 27 over our fair maidens January 28 The Trojans traveled to Holhdaysburg where they suffered the worst defeat of the season 47 18 Our jayvees also were snowed under by Hburg jumors 51 16 February 1 In a palr of games at home our jayvees trimmed Petersburg High s February 4 The Lewlstown teams laced our varslty and Jayvees with scores of 40 22 for the mam game and 37 17 ln the prellmmary Durmg the intermlsslon of the varslty game Dlstrlct Attorney I Newton Taylor appealed to the fans to sup port the Fourth War Loan m behalf of the Huntmgdon County War Fmancial Com m1ss1on February 5-At Altoona the Trojans suffered a 46 22 defeat to the Altoona High Mountam LIONS Thls IS the eleventh vlctorv for the Llons February 8 Our flghtmg varslty held the Huntmgdon Bearcats to a flve pomt lead ln the flrst half of a Mountam League game only to lose 36 17 The Huntmgdon jayvees won the prellmlnary game from our junior varslty 37 15 February 11 Our Trojans won the1r fxrst game 1n the second cycle Mountam League play trlppmg the Tyrone qulntet 38 32 However our jayvees were beaten 22 10 ln the prellmlnary February 15-Travelmg to Bellwood the varsxty suffered a 42 27 set back our Brlcktowners trallmg the Blue Devlls throughout The Bellwood Jayvees won Februarv 18 By, whrpplno our Trojans 51 33 the Phllhpsburg Mountaineers remam unbeaten 1n the second cycle play of the Mountam League Our jayvees also suffered a 23 13 loss February 22 Roughhouse Altoona Hlgh rushed 1nto our gym to walk off wlth a 39 30 vlctory over our varslty who all but swept the v1s1t1ng Mountam Llons off thelr feet durlng the last half In the prellmlnary the jayvees nosed out the Juniors 20 19 m an overtlme contest February 25-Wlth a 27 21 wln or er Hollldaysburg the Trojans ended the 1943 floor campargn In the prellmlnary game the llttle Trojans were swamped 62 22 44 floor campa1gn In the prellmmary game the l1ttle Trojans were swamped, 62 22 One hundred twenty fwe varsity 34-6, and the Huntingdon High girls 'topped our girls 36-27. One hundred twenty-six AUVWNSMNTS c now e gmenf The Idltor together vu h the Staff and lte Ad users Wlsh to thank eacn and exery one of the tollowlng Advertisers for then' Whole hearted cooperatlon ln enllghtenxng the flnanclal burden of thm book T 'Hue Kap! fz gfufbao LEWISTOWN, PA. THIS P OOK SERVES AS A SAMPLE OF OUR YVORK x WRIFHT S 11 5, CXII FOI AND DIIIXTR C x XX NO 11 N H I HAMMAN SPRXICI SIAIION PHONP H4 MT INION APP I I X S DRI C' STORP PlLNLllI5t1U1x 11 x ffllilliflllllf -XI S101 KODAKS FII NIS CANDY TOILET -KRT CLES P um 111 11 II IN SCSU Q PARPIQR QHQP illlll i'UMl'I,lMI':."l'S Hl1lIlt'I:2lf14'l'il'S W2 sl in f I.lllll'i4'2l1iIl21 OF YYY f .. 7 2 Y C. ". 'z RS V f .IC ' Am- ' 1s.'m'ivs - 'firm' IU-p:lil'il1L" v w , 2, - ' I n 1 i Y Y 41 YfT VN 1 V K J J L . 1 SERVICE STATION i , T A ,H A L .3 3 "S VOR 'I, .IICNTS Y 'Y T ,, I n, , 1 UF 1 R. . .' ' IL, C'zu'e'1llj ' lcd ' ,L J J w , NY. , IIC h L 5 3h.Ifllill,Pi1. Hr ' Vllirm, Pa. 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