Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1938

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Editor DOROTHY GROSE WILLIAM CAMPBELL DONALD BARRETT MILDRED ANDERSON KATHLEEN LUSCH PEGGY MA1'HENY SAMUEL SCHREINER DUNCAN BROWN MISS MCCLURE MISS NEUBIARKER MISS Y-1ss't. Business Mgr. ROBERT FALOON HOMER MUSGRAVE CHARLES BURLINGHAM Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Literary Sports Editors Assistant Sports Editors LAWRENCE MCNABIARA Class Editors BETTY CRAIG ELIZABETH HILL MARDEN ARMSTRONG MARY QCHSENHIRT Jr. High Editors Sponsors Business Ass't. Circulation Mgrs. MARTHA LOSE, LEE FISCIIER BOB CAMPBELL ISABELLE GUP MARGARET KERRIGAN Art Editor JOSEPH NIINNOTTE f1ss't. Art Editors Photography JAMES WEISEL Stenograpliy MARY KNOFF 6 Feature Editor JACK STAUFF DORIS DISNEY JEAN Nl-I CIIALEANT DOROTHY REINIIARD RUTH TEMPLETON BETSY ANN PLANK RUTH GORDY HARLING MISS JOIINSON Circulation Manager RALPII KALLOCK Secretary RUTH HEIL RUTII FISCIIER JEANNE LINN ICATHERINE IQRANSE Ma. Superintendent By your efforts you have at last attained the goal you have longed to win. You have learned through the years that certain duties and tasks must be borne and doneg that there is no royal road to achievement, but it must be earned. As you come to the end of your high school days and start on a new journey, may this lesson never be forgot- ten. Our best wishes go with you. H. V. HERLINGER "The Mt. Lebanon Star" Let us all hitch our intellectual and spiritual wagons to it. Modestyepropriety and fitness in all things. T rustworthiness :-t r u th, h o n o r, a n cl d e p e n d - ability. L oyalty:-to all to which loyalty is due, God and country, home and school. E nthusiasm:-zeal with judgment and moderation. B ravery:-moral as well as physical courage. Agreeableness: - Pleasant and thoughtful coop- eration. Nobility:eloftiness of character, culture, and refinement. O bedience :-intelligently rendered to all properly con- stituted authority. Neatness:-ot person, possessions, and surroundings. Your friend and fellow-traveler, L. E. PERRY Ma. Pam! 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Virginia XVolt'e. lie-tsy Anne l'l:mk. Irene SCllIlll'1'l'. Dorothy Kziessner, lle-len Stniiiner, Sm-pta Sanmla-rson. Nvcrrlzrl lu'0Il'I .lack Laine, Jim Lowe, Sain Sellreilier. NV2ll'l'Pll Drexler, Bob Zwinzui, Ilill Ilf'l'2'l'llflIl, t'll:u'lc-s Lnss. ll0lll6'l' Nllisgwtve, lloh l't'ei'. lloward llannu., Jack Rive. XYai'd Powell. Dave Young, ltay Jones. lValte1' Blvlfain, llill t,'i':u1ston, Dean Kroh, Jnek Slillllllt-'l'liPI', llurold Lang, lrvan Hom-lie. Paul dellenedietis. 'l'hird Noir: Iloh Popp, Charles Clarke. John Turnbull. Glenn Heck, Tlir'liai'd Wolfe, Dave Boyd, lY:u'r1-n llf'l'llll:l1'4l, Iloland Ilowmatn, Judson Prindel, Allen llurford, llud ldlillllfilll, Harry Murphy, George Ilonathoe. llill Trusliel, Ilzlp L:tngst:itT. NDTQR the guidance of Miss Taylor, the Executive lloard of the Senior High School accomplished profitable work. The various Board committees functioned with marked success this year. The Vlfays and Means committee, because of increased interest in the games, has had a busier time. It has served at the dances, as well as at all the athletic events. This has been the most successful social season for years. Various point changes offered by the Honor Award committee were approved by the lloard. These consisted of a revision of the 1,UlIft'7'lI point set-up, award- ing points to intra-nniral basketball othcials, and a new arrangement for cheer- leaders. For the first time this year, students earning two hundred or more points were awarded guards for their Honor Keys. The Fall lloard consisted of llob Day, presidentg Dan Robb, vice-presidentg lid lflamilton, secretary-treasurer3 and the presidents of all senior high home rooms with a representative from each Senior class. At the Senior Recognition service Dan Robb was installed as president, Ed Hamilton as vice-president, and lack Fischer as secretary-treasurer for the spring semester. 14 S Gamez!! HE junior High School is governed hy the Student Council, an organization whose work is similar to that of the lixecutive Board. Under the supervision of Miss Leeper and Miss Aldstadt, the Council meets every week during club period. Its aim this year was to have a committee revise the constitution. In addition to this, deiinite committees and squads had charge of honor letters, social activities, trailic regulations, and lost and found articles. The news service and line-up squads were very active also. The Student Council consists of the officers elected each semester and the presidents of the various home rooms. The oriicers for 1937-1938 were: FALL JOHN CLAI'1'IiR'l'UN PEGGY Lizwls . . TXTARY BOYD .... DONALD DENKLH -IonN Ti4:zxii'i.ic'1'oN OFFICE .. Prcsic1'm1t . Vice-Presidclzt .. . .... Secretary . . . elssistant Secretary . . . . . Trcas'u1'vr . . SPRING Sn IRLI-:Y Nlil.SlJN INGER gXRNlESI-IN . l'lI.SIlC:XRNICSliN IJICK SCHAEFER . 'loniv Miuzxvs First How: Albert Ililllllllvll. Ilonnlml IN-nkle, Mary lloyd, Peggzy Lewis, John Clapperton, Miss Leeper, Shirley Nelson, Inger Arnesen. Elsie Arnesen, lliek Sl'll2lk'f0l'. .lolin Magnus. Second Ifrrzr: George Meljall. iloli Meneiliy, Toni Leathers, Iiruee llarrison, Iioh King, Virginian Mnlhollaln, .lean liinneri. Nancy Mills, June Ross, Iiill Perkins, Jim Feisley, Nancy Noyes, liarry Ihlppel. Third lime: Iiarry Keck. Ilill I-'ee. Iloh 1ll'lA'2lll. Itoh Sisterson, Ross Smith, Bill Al'IlleI'. UOI'0fll5' NW-iz:-l, l':it Iirzidy, Ilorotliy Craig. Ann Lee Alexander, Iiiil Feisley, lioh lliek, Robert Clzlrke. 15 Conmzittce Attendance ..... Cafeteria ..... Honor Award . . . Hostess ......... .... Library Council . Public Address . . Publicity . ....... . . - . . Scholastic .... Social ..... Traffic . .. Ushers ...... W'ays Sz Means . . Bowie Fall Mary Lee Bock . George Simmons Jack Fleischauer .Jeanne Evans . . Mary Ochsenhirt Harold Moore . . Jack Stauff .... Lois Grove . . . . Barbara Babbitt .... .... Bill Allen ...... Bob Leathers . . . Howard Hanna .... .... Spring Mary Frances Connor . . . . . . . . .George Simmons Barbara Jeanne Arther Homer Musgrave Qco-chairmanj Olive May Holtz Mary Ochsenhirt Harold Moore Jack Stauff Edna Mae Johnston .Barbara Babbitt . .... Ray Jones . ..... Bob Leathers ' Howard Hanna if f Q ki if 3' W ,mp figs . x ' wx 5-, M4 ,. , m dime Slam JANUARY SENIORS WILLIAM ALLEN ..., ,...... . ,.,..,, MILDRED ANDERSON ..,.,.,.,..... WHAT CALLED Doc ........ ........ Midge ....... ........ USUALLY SEEN at Joe Horne's ....... tearin' around.- ...... FORECASTS .......Department store executive ....-.Big game hunter WILLIAM BLAIn...- ..., ,,.,,,.. B illy ....... ........ w ith Paul ........ ....... L ion tamer DOROTHY BRAzEL .....,,.. ..,...., D otty,- ,,,,.. ....,... i n her bus ..,..... ....... S ecretary of Dating Bureau SAM BRUNo ........,... ........ E mperor ...... ......,. d ebating .................................. Speaker of the House ALFONSO BUCKEY ,,,,.,,, ,,...,,, A l .........., ,..,,... l ooking out the window ........ Electrical engineer EDWIN CAMPBELL.-- .... .,,,... . ELIZABETH CAMPBELL ..,......... Eddie ......... ...,.... Elmer.-- .... ....... . JoI-IN CAMPBELL .,..... ........ L . C ....... on traiiic .........,....................... messing things up ........ ........scout1ng................... ANN CKOMWELL ,,......., ...,,... B urp.--- .... ........ I n 116.--........ DORRISE CROMWELL ....... JACK DAVIS .............,. ........ JUNE DAVIS ........ ......., Penny ....... Srooge ....... Mousey ........ ........ with Tom ........ in his Hivver ..,.,... dressing up ......... ROBERT DAY ....,..... ........ P res..--... ........ being an eXec....-.... ROBERT DELoNo .,....... ........ B ob .,...... ........ b eing elusive ........ LOUISE DEXTER. ...... ........ W eese ..... - ..... ........ l aughing.--- .....-.-.. WILLIAM DUNN.-- .... ...,.... W ell Dunn ......... ....... . JACK EGLI .............. ........ .Police chief .......Ely Culbertson's partner .......Scout master .....-Fashion designer Hostess .....-Scientist .....-Model for fashion shows .......Rear Admiral .......Head of Missing Persons' Bureau .......Another Robin having a good time ,............... Champion hog caller Igl00,- .- ,,,,.,. ..,.,,., s winging a golf club ................ Golf Champ being quiet ..............,.............., Secretary in maxim silencer concern EMILY ESI-IELMAN .,,,................ Noisy ............,... ........ DOR01'HY LOUISE EvANs.--... Dottie Lou ........ . ........ by the fountain QI-MOD.. GERTRUDE FEIsNER ......,......... Fuzzy.-.. .i......... ........ b eing a tomboy -.------ JACK FLEISCHAUER.-M .,...... MARY FLEMING ......... ........ PAUL GARVER ........ ........ Trumpeteer... ...... ..,..... Fussbudget ......... ........ Gummy ........ ....... Dean of Women ..-...Gym instructor with the Aristocrats .............. Second Paul Whiteman gabbing with the gals ..,......... Concert pianist .Cutting C3.pCl'S..... ......... . ELIZABETH GAY ...,,.. .. ...., Betty ......... ........ b eing friendly ............. .- DON GREGG ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, G reggibus ..,.... .in his 'ittle gween car... SAMUEL GR1VNOW,,.,,-, ...,,... Sammy ......,. ........ e xplaining soccer.......... MARY Loys GROVE ...,...,.......... Tooie ......... ........ i n a stew ................. RDBERT HAMILTON.-.- ............. Plain-B0b ....... --.----- b Sing witty ---------- JANE HAMMERLY.,---, ,,,,,,, gChoir-singer .....,. ........ c omposing ditties.-....... RosEMAR1E HOLAN.- ............... Rosie ------------ -------- C hewifl, gum -------------4 ANN LOUISE HOLMES-B ,v,,,,-,,,, Annie ,,.....,. ........ b eing conservative.- .... DONALD JONES ........... .. ...... .. MARY KLEPFER ....... ........ JAMES KRAMER ......... ........ Jonesy ....... ........ Cutie ............ Casanova.-- .... . kicking the pigskin ............... living up to name ........ datin' all the gals .......... 18 ....-.Fred Astaire's prodigy ....-.Society reporter .........The Queen Mary's captain .....-Soccer team captain .......Congresswoman ....-.Joke book author --...Poetess ..-...Airline hostess .....-Commercial artist .Coach Hollywood chorine President of Dating Bureau JANUARY SENIORS JAMES LAMonEAux.-- ,...,...,,.,, J JOHN LANE ,.,,,,..,,.,,,, ROBERT LEYH ....... JAMES LowE ,.,,,,,,,,,,. KATHLEEN Luscn.--... REGIS MARTIN ............ MARY MCCOLLIGAN.- .,.....,.,.,, JAMES MCKEE .......,,.,, CHARLES MCMILLAN., .....,..,.. JOSEPH MINNOTTE. .............,,,. CLAUDE MORELAND ................ ROBERT NEWELL ........ F RED NOAH ........... ELEANOR O,NEIL ........ JANET Onx.-- ....... . HELEN PARKINS ....... JANE PHILLIPS-..--.- JACK PRESCOTT ......... DAVID Pnonsr.---.... SAMUEL Pnovosr ........ MARGARET REA1znoN.- ..,... ..... FLORENCE RICK .......... SAM R1cKLEv.---.. ROBERT Rom ....... HARRY SHEPARD .......... ELLwooD STANG .......... DAVID STAUEFER ........ JACK TAYLOR.---.. JOHN TURNER ....... ROBERT UFER ....... PAUL VANz1N.---.. ROBERT WEBB ......... ELMER WILHARM ........ JEAN WILLOUGHBY ........ MARIE YOST ............. LEO ZAKSESKE ......... WHAT CALLED USUALLY SEEN FORECASTS im .......... .......... p ickin' posies ........ ....... P rominent New York Horist Flash ..,.....,. .......... w ith the fellows .....,.. ....... l nstructor at Y.M.C.A. ob ................... ........,. L eyhing around ...................... Actor Missing Lmk ..............., donning his coon skin cap Kats- .,..... .-.. ........ .. Regle ,..... .... .......... Smartie .......... ......... Jim .......... .......... Mickey ......... ....,...,. Joe ................. .......... Just-Claude.--- .......... Jockey ............ ........ Freddie .......................... Super saleswoman ........ Orrs1e.- ........................... Helen .......... ..,....... Blondie ......... .......... Dave ...... .......... Sam ......... ...,,.... Peg .......... ........., Tommy ......... .......... Tardy. .... . i....... . Bobby ........ .......... Shep ........ ......... Woody.- ........ ......... Droopsnook .................. Jackie-boy.-.. .... ......... . 1d.-- ..... ......,.. . Future Tarzan in a little gray Ford ......,....... Buyer in n department store wise cracking ............ ....... studying .......... ....... Owner of a gold mine Principal of a school in a daze .................................. Bank clerk on the baseball diamond.--- .Pitcher for the Giants sketching.- .........................,..... Prize winner at the Art show sneaking into his locker ........ Financier on Wall Street .r1dm' hosses ..... . ............ , ........ . Owner of Kentucky Derby winner kidding Miss Pickens ............ Editor of Farm and Home handing out a line ........ ....... with knitting needles .............. Corresponding secretary to Mrs. Roosevelt Designer of knitted dresses along with her bunch ............ Cartoonist acting up.- .................... ....... P rofessional dancer with his kid sister ....... ....... S tand-in for Charlie Chaplin pestenng Jeanne ......... ....... S peed king on typewriter we wonder? ........... biting her nails- ....... ....... Car manufacturer Professional roller skater being evasive .......................... Photographers' model coming over the fence last .... World's record holder for racing dressmg up .............................. Best dressed man .Jiu Jitsu-mg, .......,......... Wrestling Champ .making a good speech.- ......... Radio announcer gorging in the cafeteria.--.... .Sound effect man fsnoresl wearing plaid .......................... Professional Santa Claus ...-...Kid brother.---..........-.with a grin on.---. ........Nose.---........ .......-.getting riled..-... ........Paul........ the halls......... Snooks ............... .......... .--...Writer of encyclopedias .....-Organizer of sporting goods store ..-...We wonder? being subtle .......... ....... G oalie of Yellow Jacket team Call me Joe.--- ............. night-schooling ....... ........-John.-............ .......-.tacking up posters..-... Marne- ....... .......... ...-...Hey youl.-..... with ebony hair ...................... ...--Prize fight promoter -.-...Graduate nurse Housewife topping all in English ............ Soccer referee 19 aZ!m9Sz2wa A PLAY IN ONE ACT Characters: Betty Craig Elizabeth Hill Marden Armstrong Scene: fThe curtain rises, revealing the living room of Elizabeth Hill's modern apartment in the year 1950. It is furnished in modern colonial style, with chintz-covered furni- ture and booklined walls. Seated on a low divan, Elizabeth Hill is engrossed in the 1938 Lebanon Log. Suddenly she is startled by a knock, and rising, she opens the door, admitting Betty Craig and Marden' Armstrongj ELIZ: Hello! I was hoping that you'd drop in. I've found an old Log, and have been having a grand time looking through it. BETTY: Oh, good! I misplaced mine years ago. MARD: That ought to be loads of fun. CThey all sit down, the Log in front of them.j BETTY: flaughingj How funny everyone looks! MARD: Aren't those hair styles rare? ELIZ: Incidentally, I wonder if Adella Jaspert still has such gorgeous golden hair. MARD: I saw her sister, Betty, the other day. You know sl1e's a model at Marshall Fields now. BETTY: Yes, and Bertha Beitler and Mary Hanover model there too. ELIZ: Oh look, here's Dick Anderson. Hels a bouncer at the Yacht Club Casino. BETTY: Betty Prescott sings there now. They say that she's quite a hit. MARD: While we're on the subject of hits, did you see the latest play Jack Stauff pro- duced, starring Marion Stafford? It was a grand success, and Bob Zwinggi was a per- fect leading man. ELIZ: Did either of you see Bob Bacon at the Stanley last week? He's really a top-notch comedian. I hear that he's going on the radio next month. BETTY: Our class members should really go places on the radio now that Bob Leathers is president of N.B.C., and Harold Moore is chief electrical engineer. ELIZ: Yes, and look at Jim I-Iuntsberger and I-Ial Calvert. They really have done a good job, taking the place of Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, haven't they? MARD: But even Hal couldn't come between Jim and Paul Hughes. Paul is their man- ager now. Oh, all this radio talk reminds me, Alice Louise Rager sang on the Metro- politan Opera broadcast last Saturday afternoon. Did either of you hear her? BETTY: No, but I heard Jim Weisel sing last Thursday night at Syria Mosque. He got twelve curtain calls. Do you know who's coming next month? ELIZ: Yes, Mary Louise Berkovitz. She's one of the outstanding concert pianists today. MARD: Oh, look, here's Pat Ulam. I wonder what she's doing now. ELIZ: Why, she's a home economics expert at Heinz. Lenora Imrie does the same type of work there, too. BETTY: Did you know Nancy McKelvie and Edith Swartz were home for a visit? They're career women and have their own apartment in New York. MARD: Ed Gaber is a chemistry professor at Pitt. Here's his picture. He hasn't changed a bit. BETTY: While we're on the subject of chemistry, did you know that Dick Miller is Head of Mellon Institute, and A1 Hofrichter is his assistant? They say that they're doing great things out there. ELIZ: Oh, here's Jack Whitehi1l's picture. Remember when he supported the library with the fines he paid? BETTY: And here's Bob Wheeler. I'l1 never forget the time he wrecked his mother's car. MARD: I wonder if Dot Morris has learned yet that a car needs gas to go uphill. I sup- pose that these bacteriologists are a trifle absent minded, though. 20 ELIZ: Oh, by the way, I hear that Ray Jones was appointed traFfic commissioner. BETLTY: Look, there's Thelma Dublin. She's married now, and has twins-two adorable oys. MARD:. I was at the Century Club last week and heard Betty Volz speak. She's the president and just as attractive as she used to be. ELIZ: By the way, Dorothy Thompson was elected secretary of the International Con- gress of Women's Clubs. BETTY: flaughingj l heard the other day that Betti Vance had won a new kind of mar- athon. She talked incessantly for ten days. MARD: Here's Joe Haller. Remember when he invented an engine to be run by steam generated by Joe Salisbury and Walt McCain? CThey all laugh.j ELIZ: And there's Bud Cline. I'll never forget the time he signed up to be an usher at the class play. He certainly was embarrassed when he found out it was a girls' com- mittee. BETTY: Will you ever forget that class play? Howard Hanna, as the professor, was a scream. ELIZ: VVho is this? Why, it's Mary Brannon. I never would have recognized her. She's a champion swimmer now. BETTY: And here's Iack Creehan. He's still a good runner. I hear that he's going to the next Olympic games. MARD: Speaking of sports, the last that I heard of Dan Robb and Jack Fischer, they were both football coaches. Nice work! BETTY: This is a bit ot? the subject, but I saw Charles Dimmick yesterday. He's run- ning an employment agency and told me to come around if I lost my job. MARD: And I saw Ed Taylor last week. It was obvious that he still prefers redheads. ELIZ: Oh, here's Bud Kirkpatrick. I wonder if he's still as good-looking as ever? BETTY: He probably is. Claughingj Elizabeth, I just remembered what we came over here for. We wanted to know if you had been to see Gwen Yeagle since her appendectomy. ELIZ: Yes, I was at the hospital yesterday, and whom do you think I saw there? George Madden. He was in an automobile accident, but wasn't hurt very badly, just a broken leg and some head injuries. You'll never guess who his doctor and nurse are-George Lacy and Beatrice Hugus. Rather coincidental, isn't it? MARD: You know our class doesn't seem to have had much sickness. ELIZ: No, but don't forget those who were injured in the war. BETTY: Cslowlyj There's Gil Andreen, Frank Spreha, VValter Phillips, Virgil Johnston, and Harold Crowell. They all were decorated for bravery. MARD: Salvatore Bellini certainly did a great thing when he invented that solution to counteract poison gas. He did the world a great service. BETTY: Secretary of War is no easy job, but Clair Heatley did an admirable piece of work in that position during the war. ELIZ: When I think of those war days, I wonder how we ever lived through them. And to think that two girls from our own class, Bette Miller and Charlotte Wyman, worked right at the front. MARD: Let's change the subject. We're getting positively morbid. There's Mat Rey- nolds' picture. I saw in the paper that he's been carrying on a filibuster in the Senate during the past week. BETTY: Here's Connie Bleecker. I do like her theater column in the newspaper, don't you? She certainly was right when she chose Newton Heisley as the year's best newsreel photographer. ELIZ: While we're talking about movies, did you know that Dot Bromwich is a make-up expert at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer? MARD: Bob Seltmann is working there as a sound engineer, John Massol is chief elec- trician at Twentieth Century-Fox. BETTY: Did you see Louis Graham's last picture? He certainly is a ladies' man. ELIZ: Oth, there's Jack de Benedictis. I wonder if he still dislikes girls. BETTY: Who's this? Why it's John Cibos: I saw his paintings exhibited at the Interna- tional Art Exhibit last month. He's really becoming quite famous. MARD: I saw Ted Goldsmith buying a painting out there. He's supposed to have the finest collection in Pennsylvania. 21 allmqglwwi ELIZ: Oh, that reminds me! I've been hearing about VVarren Drexler's collection of old violins. I'd like to see it! BETTY: I had an appointment with the dentist yesterday, and the man nearly killed me. I'm going to hunt a new one. MARD: Why don't you go to Bob Holmes? IIe's just opened a new office in Mt. Leb- anon, and has hired Janet Albright as his ollice assistant. ELIZ: It's a bit off the subject, but I must tell you before I forget. I saw Jerry Mc- Closkey, Bob Richards, Hazel Goldaine, and Elsie Neely at the Italian Terrace on Fri- day night. They seemed to be having a grand time. BETTY: Here's Grace Rebholz and Thelma Campbell. I saw them wheeling baby car- riages down the street today. They both seemed very happy about the whole thing. ELIZ: Look at Vaughn Gordy. You'd never think that he's cleaned up Pittsburgh poli- tics in such a short time. MARD: Bob Leech helped a lot through the publicity he printed in his paper. They say that Paul Cain did all the reporting on that job. BETTY: Vernon Augenstein and George Knotts got a lot of publicity in his paper, too, about their non-stop flight around the world. ELIZ: And did you see last week where lrVilma Usher had a house party? There was a long description of it on the society page Dorothy Hartman, Bill Hamilton, Clarke McCormac, Jean Travis, and William Llewellyn were among the guests. MARD: You'l1 never guess whom I met last summer in New York-Jane Nelson. She's a fashion editor for Vogue. You'll be surprised to know that Ruth Heil is her assistant. BETTY: Here's Jim Taylor's picture. Do you know where he is now? MARD: Why yes, I saw him in New York last summer too. He, Carl Singhouse, and Ken Blackburn are the town's most popular playboys. ELIZ: I heard that Jack Berg made a fortune in the stock market. They say that his Long Island home is a dream. MARD: And didn't Virginia May marry a wealthy New Yorker? BETTY: I'll say she did! Oh, look, there's Bob Montague. He's a professor at Har- vard. I wonder if he's still as absent-minded as he used to be. ELIZ: You know that Charles Fetterman is head warden in a New England prison. He's worked some marvelous reforms there. BETTY: Ed Mikelonis is chief electrocutioner at the same prison. I don't particularly envy him, do you? MARD: Incidentally, Mary Jane Knoff is head of a social welfare community in Phila- delphia, and has written a book about her work. Katherine Kranse is her assistant. ELIZ: Say! Did either of you read that article in the Readefs Digest about Jim Ecken- rode's getting a fortune by collecting diamonds and orchid bulbs in Brazil? He's some- thing of an adventurer. BETTY: Cturning the page and smilingj I was at the circus a few weeks ago and you'd never guess who the lion tamers were-James Welch and Tom Aston. MARD: Here's Walter Bruno. You know that he's taken over his father's barbers' sup- ply house and is doing a fine business. ELIZ: There's George Coward. He was just appointed chief color-guard to tl1e Presi- dent. I'l1 bet he feels proud. BETTY: You'd never guess who's in the navy-John Fitzgerald. He's become quite an old salt. MARD: Clooking at her watchj Oh, how late it is! We really must be leaving, Elizabeth. We're going to Syria Mosque to see Bob Wycoff and his ballet. Cshe risesj ELIZ: I'm sorry you must leave, but do come again soonb BETTY: We'd love to. Goodbye. And thanks for the memories. 22 The Rirne of the Ancient Senior I wish I were a mystic who could see the future clearg But since I'm not a prophet, I will try to bring you cheer With tales about your comrades who to you have been so dear. There's Roland Bowman, actor, who has built a little car! He's done a lot to garner fameg we think he should go far. And you know Mary Frances Connor, head in 116, Who eats her lunch from Dotty's plate Qin case you haven't see-nj. In Barclay's poetry we see what Norma's love' can dog In fact we call him poet laureate of Twelve A two. One girl among the class play cast already had some fame, For Dotty Douglas has been acting ever since she came. When looking back on high school years, remember Bob with Jean? For Sands or Faris when apart are seldom ever seen. Among the very greatest brains, Louise's stands quite high, It's someone like that Wible girl who makes us dumb ones sigh. And then there's Roy McCutchen who boasts math his greatest forte- He's often been a help to us with minds of weaker sort. If being in two operettas gains a gal some fame, Then we agree that "Bobbie" Quail has earned herself a name. Behind a fierce mustache Jack Klippel acted as a cop- His victim on the stage was the only guy he'd ever stop. Don Lewis is an athlete who has other talent too- You see he is an artist who hangs out in Twelve A two. Though famed for brains, our Isabelle, the one and only Gup. Has done a lot around the school while keeping her grades up. When glancing o'er the high school roll, remembering who was there Recall Don Russell, tenor, he's the guy who grows the hair. Our tennis star, and actor too, has helped the class to rank, He's made himself an envied name-you know him-he's George Blank And when you all grow old and gray, remember Edna Didion, One of the nicest gals to know-believe me, that's no kiddin'! Lee Fischer is a playwright Qas if you didn't know itjg Perhaps he is a poet, too, though he doesn't show it. Two cousins who have proved that niceness is a family trait Are Paul Daube and Loretta Daube-two kids we know are great. Jean Evans is a girl who really tickles all those keysg She's one out of a thousand who can make a piano please. Someone who doesn't know might think that Musgravels been so bright Because, instead of courting girls, he studied every night. Who wants a prima donna can find one in Twelve A two g She's Shirley Handel to whom acting isn't new. In trying to get in the mood to act his part so well, Bob Penman gave up bachelorhood-what now, no one can tell! To be a good "wall flower" demanded all her acting craft, For if you think that Ginnie Dickey's one off stage-you're daft. He used to play at war, and he was then a soldier strong, But Kendall plays with girls now, and seems to like a throng. At dancing Ellen Copeland can be easily called tops- That's why we always hear of her attending proms and hops. 23 allafagtwm Virginia Creehan is a very brainy girl, who Has been a swell addition to the roll of Twelve A two. You know Ray Brannon is an expert terpsichorean Who practised dancing with a pillow-now just watch that man. He daily ate two cuts of cake to make his temper sweetg Tom Winn is now the nicest guy you'd ever Want to meet. Lou Renkus plays some soccer so that he can get in trim To be a soda jerker-at least that's what's said of him. Among our classmates there is one whois travelled to japan, And he has been to Europe too-Ward Powell's the lucky man. Watch out for Sally Daniels, lads, she's got a powerful arm- Of course if you behave yourselves, she- won't do any harm. No one can really blame the lads, for one would call her swell, And Mary Joseph seems to handle double trouble well. Ann Baylis is an athlete of the finest type they sayg She's in the very upper crust of Mt. Lebanon's G.A.A. You ought to see her play the piano, dance, or act, or sing- O Bud, that Peg Matheny gal can do 'bout everything! Dot Massick was the program chairman of the Girl Reserves, And every bit of praise she gets there's no doubt she deserves. Though Charles now runs the business of this book, The part of back stage manager he oft and ably took. A girl with a winning smile and lots of charming ways Is Janie Fuchs who causes all the boys around to gaze. Bill Boore was caught while chasing flies in Spanish class one day And had to write three thousands words, a penalty for play. Among the many pretty girls one can find few so fair Or nice as this petite brunette whose name is Jean St. Clair. In choosing girls Largey's favorite color must be green- At least one might suppose it sog he's always seen with jean. There is a blonde in Twelve A two who's really got the stuff- Dot Seltmann surely has a class play actor in a huff. Her studies are ace-high, they say, but sports are just her "meat"g When Barbara Jeanne gets up to bat, she's dashed hard to beat. 'Tis told that brains and beauty too are seldom found together- Babs Babbitt has disproved this law, 'cause she's both cute and clever. He's swell out on the football field, and on the stage he's rare- This fellow, girls, fnamed Bakerj, is the answer to your prayer. Mary Jane Fitch's diamond glitters 'round the whole band-roomy We hear told 'round that there's to be a wedding very soon. He's tall, tan, terrific, this strong and silent man, None other than Loren Lashbrook-the girls all think he's grand. She gets around and laughs a lot, all done in peppy zest- This petite blonde, yes Martie Linn, is "good sport" at its best. Fred Harlan, master consultant of any music ever- You'll find no better drummer nor "Faust" singer-never! When you see red hair coming, regal as a queen- With "Scotty" following close behind-we'll bet it's titian Jeanne. There's one boy, tall and lanky fellow, named Myron Boatman-and He's the one that beats the drum in Mt. Lebanon's High School band Quite sophisticated looking-that cutie, Mary Lee, And when you get to know her she's as swell as she can be. 24 Tom Moore has quite the yen to dissect worms and also crayfishg Perhaps he'1l be a butcher and satisfy his wish. He's quite the "soda-jerker" when the summer rolls around- That peppy Warren Deemer in "Sun Drug" is always found. That little bit of pulchritude who has Bob on the yank- That cute brunette, a G. R. girl, of course we mean our "Hank". She's quiet as a mouse in school, she rarely says a word. But just the same we know she's there-that nice girl Frances Burge A blonde, by jove, approved by gents-a special gent named Irv A niftier number can't be found with Alyce Donges's verve. The one who looks so studious in classrooms every day- He's maestro Allen Hurford, thinking up new tunes to play. I've heard it said so often that beautyis just skin-deep, Marg Kerrigan's good proof that those statements just don't keep. That rapid talking editor of our school's "Lantern Shines" Is none other than Ralph Kallock, the one behind headlines. The G. R. girl who has Bob Holmes astanding on his ear Is Bernie Linnert, blonde and cuteg Bob says she's just a dear. Another bit of prettiness, the vamp in Growing Pains Is Ginny Kraber-red head-cheerleader at the games. The man behind the "Growing Pains"-the up and coming playwright, Jim Looney, we're expecting you to rise to fame all right. Eternal "cut up" always into everything around- A ticket "barker". opiy singer, Jack Wilson-12 A's clown. Bill Tattersall, the perfect mate for comedy renown, For Wilson's puns he's quite the foil-another 12 A clown. Another robust fellow for our calendar of fame- He's tall and strong, good natured too, john Hutchison's the name. She's always ready with a smile, that charming, small coque-tte 5 She's Hazel's pal and loads of fun-yes, we mean Bernadette. The pensive blonde who walks the halls with Al, arm in arm, Is striking Martha McGee, just radiating charm. Alan Schriver's quite the chap for doing pantomime, This gift may lead to fame. Say, Al, we'll see you in the "Times", A girl who's sure to make her mark in days that are to come Has made swell marks in school right now-Norma, quiet one. The spittire' of the class play-38's Kate Cornell- Jane Robinson's the one I mean, and I mean she does swell. Irv Roche, the future chemist, who appears so very cool, Is swell fun on a party, but he just won't fool in school. Bets Shanor, tall, brunette, and cute, whose smile is something swell Is the reason that Kiski boy hangs around, or so the gossips tell. That red head, john Kernan, we hear goes in for riding bikes, Though it's hard work, at any rate, it's easier than hikes. Ed Russell's just another fan for sports-but baseball's first- Seeing him in action you know why he has this sporty thirst. The other one who's suffering too, to write this silly rime- Scholastically and socially swell-Come, Schreiner, rise and shine! Perhaps in vain we've just reviewed these schoolday pals, but when You go on through to college too, read this for times' sake then- Recalling all the fun we had way back there. Now-Amen! PEG MATH1-:NY SAM SCHREINFR 25 W enicwi 1938 3 Janet Albrightgfmic-Clubs. 9 VVilliam Allen-January-Activities Key, Class Play, Executive Board. Foot- ball, Honor Roll, Log Staff. ' Mildred Anderson-.fannary-Activities Key, Class Play, Girl Reserve Cabinet, Honor Roll, Log Staff, National Honor Society. 9 Richard AndersonffzmcWFootball, Junior Academy of Science. 9 Gilbert Anclreen-.lime-"B" Squad Football. 5 Marden ArinstronghfuncfG.A.A., Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Library Council, Log Staff, Operetta Committee. 9 Barbara Jeanne Artlier-func-Activities Key and Guard, G.A.A. President, Activities Banquet Committee Chairman, Honor Award Committee, Honor Roll, National Honor Society. 9 Thomas fXSf0I1-f'LH1C7ClL1bS, Executive Board, Soccer. Usher Squad. 9 Barbara Babbitt-func-Attendance Squad, Class Play, G.A.A., Social Com- mittee Chairman, Trafhc, VVays and Means. 5 Robert Bacon-func-Clubs, Class Play Committee. 9 Frank Baker-June-Basketball, Class Play, Clubs, Football. 0 John Barclay-June-Glee Club, Class Play Committee, Cperetta Committee. 26 1932 Seniofvi Ann Raylis-fum'-Clubs, Library Council, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Bertha Beitler-fmic-Chorus, GAA., Operetta, Operetta Committee, Traf- fic, Class Play Committee. Salvatore Bellini-Jim0-Clubs, Honor Roll, Football, lntraimiral Basket- ball, Track, Class Play Committee. John IE. Berg-JunC-Basketball. "B" Squad Football, Glce Club, Opcretta Mary Louise Berkovitz-lun0-Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Class Play Committee, Clubs. 'lohn Bernath-flugust-VVrestling, Clubs, Operetta, "B" Squad Football. Richard Bernd-flugust-Band, "B" Squad Football, Orchestra, Public Ad- dress Squad, Traffic. Kenneth Blackburn-funcfliasketball, Football. William Blair-fannary-Assistant Manager of Class Play. lliestling. George Blank-fmzc-Class Play, Executive Board, Opcretta Committee, Ten- nis, Traffic, Usher Squad. Constance C. Bleecker-fum'-Class Play. 1.Gl1ft'7'lI Staff. Operetta Committee Publicity Committee, Home Room Ofiicer, W'ays and Means. Myron Boatman-Juncfliand, Clubs, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, ln- tramural Basketball, Traffic. 27 F 5. ai? '+-auf' ga gf 1938 Mary Lee Boclc-June-Chairman of Attendance Squad, Clubs, G.A.A., Traf- Hc, Class Play Committee. William Boore-Jmf1ewClubs, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Usher Squad, VVays and Means, VVrestling. Roland D. Bowman-June-Class Play, Executive Board, Operetta Commit- tee. Trafhc, Usher Squad. Henrietta Brand-func-Clubs, G.A.A., Girl Reserve Cabinet, Library Coun- cil, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Mary Brannon-fum'-Clubs, G.A.A., Home Room Ollicer, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Raymond Brannon-func-Honor Roll, Wrestling, Class Play Committee, junior Academy of Science. Dorothy Brazel-January-Class Play Prompter, Senior Day Committee, Traffic. Dorothy May Bromwich-June-Attendance Squad, Clubs, Operetta Com- mittee, Trafiic, Class Play Committee. Sam Bruno-January. Walter Bruno-June-Clubs, Fencing. Alfonso Buckey+fanuary. Charles Burlingham-func-Activities Award, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Business Manager Log Staff, Class Play Committee, Usher Squad. 28 1938 5 -I. Paul Cain-fum'-Clubs, Honor Roll, Class Play Committee. Hal Calvert-June-Glee Club, Operetta, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Edwin Campbell-January-Cafeteria Squad, "B" Squad Football, Traffic. Elizabeth Campbell-January-Band, Class Play Committee, Honor Roll, Lan- tern Staff, Log Staff, Home Room Officer. John Lawrence Campbell-January-Band Color Guard, Class Play Commit- tee, Glee Club, Lost and Found Committee. Thelma Campbell-June-Clubs, Operetta, Class Play Committee. Jeanne Chalfant-June-Attendance Squad Chairman, Activities Award, Ex- ecutive Board, Honor Roll, Log Staff, Ways and Means. john A. Churchill-June-Wrestling. John Cibos-June-Clubs, Class Play Committee, Home Room Officer. Earl Cline-June-Usher Squad, Class Play Committee. Mary Frances Connor-June-Attendance Squad Chairman, Class Play, Home Room Officer, Social Committee, Activities Award, Senior Tea Committee Chairman. Ellen Copeland-June-Class Play, G.A.A., Glee Club, Home Room Officer, Handbook Committee, Traffic. 29 1938 George COW3I'Ll-f1HlL'fBZiI'1Cl, Glee Club, Lantern, Staff, Operetta, Publicity Committee. Betty Craigffzmv-Activities Award, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Log Staff, Class Play Committee, Senior Tea Committee Chairman. john Creehan-fmzc-WB" Squad Football, Clubs, Executive Board, Traffic, Class Play Committee, junior Academy of Science. Virginia CreehanaJimcfClubs, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Library Council, Traf- Hc, Class Play Committee. Ann Cronm'ell-Jannary-Attendance Squad, Clubs, G.A.A. Dorrise CI'OlllVN'Cll7fll7Iltl17'.V-ClL1bS, GAA., Log Staff, Class Play Committee, Vtfays and Means. Harold Crowellf!u11c4Clubs, Executive Board, junior Academy of Science, Class Play Committee. C Bette Dailey-Transferred. Sara Lee Danielsgfimc-Clubs, Trallic, junior Academy of Science. Loretta Daubeffmzc-Clubs, Class Play Committee. Paul W. D3UbC4J'lL71C--ClUbS, Honor Roll, Class Play Committee. Jack Davis-January-Activities Key, Band, Honor Roll, National Honor So- ciety, Stage Manager Class Play, Home Room Officer. 30 1938 5 June Davis-January-Clubs, Class Play Committee. Jack de Benedietis-func-Clubs, Home Room Officer. NV. VVarren Deemer-func-Band, Glee Club, I.an.tvrn Staff, Operetta, Traf- fic, Usher Squad. Robert DeLong-January-Band, Clubs, Football, Orchestra, Trafhc. Louise Dexter-January-Clubs, GA..-X., Class Play Committee. Virginia Lee Dickey-June-Activities Award. Class Play, Honor Roll, Oper- etta Committee, Traffic, Ways and Means. Edna Jean Didion-June-Clubs, G.A.A., Class Play Committee. Charles Dimmiclc-func-Executive Board, Glee Club, Honor Roll, Intra- mural Basketball, Operetta, Traffic. Alyce Donges-func-Class Play, Home Room Otlicer, Hostess Squad Chair- man, Traffic, VVays and Means. Dorothy DOL1glHS-.I1tl7C+Cl3SS Play, G..X.rX., Glee Club, Home Room Officer Information Chairman. Warren Drexler-fum'-Class Play, Executive Board, Log Staff, Operetta Orchestra, Usher Squad. Thelma Dublin-June-Clubs, GAA., Class Play Committee. 31 ' 1938 Dorothy Dunlapffmzc-Attendance Squad, Clubs, Traffic, Class Play Com mittee. James B. Eckenrode, Jr.-fum'-Glee Club, Hi-Y, Track, Decoration Com mittee, Class Play Committee. Jack S. Egli-January-Bancl, Clubs. john English-August. Emily Eshelman-fannary-Clubs, G.A.A. Dorothy Louise Evansflamiary-Class Play, Clubs, G.A.A., Traffic. Truxton Evans-Transferred. Jean Faris-func--Class Play, Glee Club, Honor Roll, Intramural Sports. Gertrude Feisner--January-Clubs, Cwirl Reserves, Orchestra, Class Play Com- mittee, Traffic. Donald Ferretti,-.-lugusf. Charles Fetterman--Junc-Honor Roll. jack Fischer4.l'uncfActivities Banquet Committee, Football, Basketball Clubs, Secretary-Treasurer of Executive Board. 32 J 1938 Seniafui WW VILL 5 'V Lee E. Fischei'-fu1n'f.Xctivitics ,Xwarcl. lixecutivc lloarcl, Honor Roll, Na- tional Honor Socicty, Clpcretta, Log Staff. Mary jane Fitch-ffzmv-Clulms, Library Council, Trantic. John R. Fitzgc1'alclff!w1c-fllaskclball. Jack Flcischauer-Jzzzzuary-.Xctivities Award Committee, Rand, Basketball, Lfmfrrn Staff Orchestra, Traffic. Mary Margaret Flcmiiiggfallmzryffl..X.A.. Uperctta, Senior Day Committee. Traffic, Usllcr for Class Play. Home Room Officer. Jane E. Fuchs-func---Clubs, Honor Roll, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Edward G3bC1'4f1Hlt"-Cllllb, Intramural llaskcllmall, Junior .Xcaclcmy of Science. Paul Garvcr-fannary-Class l'lay, Clubs, Golf, lixccutivc lloarrl, Trallic. Mary Elizabeth Gave-fanuarye Class Play Committee, G..X..X. Ruth Gcbliarclt-JunckG.A.,'X., Clubs. Class Play Committcc. George GEEK!I'-.tllifjldf--uliH Squaml Football, Clubs. Hazel Goldainc-Julzcftilee Club. 33 is V , 1938 ...er Edwin B. Goldsmitligfunc-Class Play, Clubs, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Traffic, "B" Squad Basketball. Vaughn Gordy-June-Class Play, Clubs, Basketball, Football. Louis Graham-Junc--Cheerleader, Home Room Officer, Social Committee, Wrestling. Don Gregg-January-Band, Cafeteria Squad, Rifle Club, Traffic, Usher Squad. Samuel Grivnow-January. Mary Lois Grove-.fannary-Activities Key, Cheerleader, Honor Roll, Lantern Staff, Class Play Committee, Home Room Officer. Isabelle Gup-June-Activities Award, Class Play, Home Room Off1cer, Hon- or Roll, Log Staff, Operetta Committee Chairman. joseph Haller-func-Band, Clubs, Honor Roll, Orchestra, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Robert B. Hamilton-fa:mary-Home Room Officer, Public Address System, Radio Club, Class Play Committee. Williani Hamilton-Jmfze-"B" Squad Football, Clubs. Jane Hammerly-January-Clubs, Girl Reserves, GAA., Traffic. Shirley li. Handel-fmze-Class Play Committee, Glee Club, Operetta, Traffic. 34 1938 Seniafut Howard Hanna-funv-Activities Award, Class Play, Executive Board, Hon- or Roll, Traffic, Ways and Means Chairman. Mary Hanover-fzme-G.A.A., Clubs, Girl Reserves, Class Play Committee. Fred E. Harlan, Jr.f!um'-Rancl, Home Room Officer, Orchestra. Dorothy Hartman-Junc-Clubs, Girl Reserves. Alvaretta Haus-Junvel-Xttendance Squad, Clubs, GAA. Clair Heatley-,MmC-Drum Major, Executive lloard, Honor Roll. Ruth l-leilgfuln'--Honle Room Officer, Honor Roll, 1-a:1fvr11 Staff, Log Staff, Traffic, VVays and Means. Newton Heisleyffzmv--Clubs, Honor Roll, l-tIl1ft'l'lI Statt, Class l'lay Com- mittee. Elizabeth Jane Hill-.l1tllc'fCl3SS Play. Honor Roll, Junior ,Xcademy of Science, Log Staif, National Honor Society, Operetta Committee. Albert XV. Hofrichter-func-Clubs, Intramural Basketball, junior .Xcademy of Science. Rosemarie Holan-January-Clubs. Ann Louise Holmes-January-Clubs, Honor Roll, Library Council, Class Play Committee, Executive Board, GAA. -'St Q3 we an 4 s. , 35 1938 Robert Holines-func-"B" Squad Football, Clubs, Intramural Basketball, Traffic, VVays and Means, Class Play Committee. Paul Hughes-fum'fExecutive Board, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Operetta, Traffic, Class Play Committee. Kathryn Beatrice Hugus-fum'-Glee Club, Ciirl Reserves, Library Council, Traffic, Class Play Committee. james HUIltSl7CTg'Cf7,f1t111'-Cil6C Club, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Oper- etta, Trafhc, Class Play Committee. .Xllen Hurforde!mzcelixecutive Board, f,lllIff'7'II Staff, Operetta. Traffic. Adella Jaspert-June-Clubs, Class Play Committee. Betty jaspert-JunC-Clubs, Class Play Committee. Virgil Johnstonffunc+Cafeteria Squad, Clubs, Intramural Basketball, Usher Squad, Class Play Committee. Donald jonesffanuaryfClubs, Football, Home Room Officer, Publicity Squad. Ray jones-fum'-Assistant Manager Basketball :md XYrestling, Basketball, Chairman Traffic Squad, Clubs, lixecutive Board, Home Room Officer. Mary Louise Josephffime-Girl Reserves, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Operetta Committee, Trafiic, Wlays and Means. Ralph Kallock-fullU-Activities Award, l.0lII'L'I'lI lfditor, Log Staff, Ngitional Honor Society, Operetta, Traffic. 36 1938 S ' AQ Wim' Clarence Kendall-ffzmc-Class l'lay Committee. John Kernan-funcsflubs, Traffic. junior Acaflemy of Science. Margaret Kerrigzm- fum'-Clubs, fi..X..X., Library Council, Log Stair, l'ub- licity Committee, Traflic. Shirley Kinclschi-Transferrecl. linos Kirlqmatrick-Jmu'-"B'l Squad Football, Clubs, lutranuiral Basketball, Class Play Committee. Mary Klepfer-Janzmffy. Jack Klippel-fum'-ellancl, Operetta, Class Play Committee. Mary jane Knoff--Julia-Glee Club, Home Room Officer, Log Staff, Opcretla, Traffic, Class Play Committee. George Knotts-fum'-Home Room Officer. Virginia Kraber-fum'-Activities Banquet Committee, Cliecrlcacler, Class Play. Clubs, Executive Board, Operetta Committee. -Iames Kramerifannary-Class Play, Golf, Intramural Basketball. Home Room Oflicer, Wrestling. lX:ZllllCI'lllL' Kraiise-.fzzmu fflubs, Home Room Oflicer, Loy Staff, 'l'1'aH'ic. 37 a eniafut i938 9 George Lacy-fune-Chorus, Clubs, Honor Roll, Operetta, Class Play Com- mittee. 9 Jack Emmett Lane-January-Activitics Key, Basketball, Executive Board, Football, Honor Roll. 9 Jack Largey-June-Football, Honor Roll, Track, Class Play Committee. 9 Loren Lashbrookdfum'-Clubs. 9 Robert Lawrencef,lugusz'-Cafeteria Squad, Basketball, "B" Squad Football, Home Room Officer, Track, Usher Squad. 9 Robert Leathers-June-Cafeteria Squad, Clubs, Operetta Committee Chair- man, Traffic, Usher Squad. 9 Robert Leech-June. 9 Donald Lewis-June!Basketball. f.a11fvrn Staff, Traffic, Usher Squad, Class Play Committee-. 9 Martie Linn-fum'-Attendance Squad, GAA. Council, Home Room Officer, Library Council, Traffic, Ways and Means. 9 Bernice Linnert-June-Girl Reserve President, Home Room Officer, Library Council, Operetta Committee, Traffic, Ways and Means. 9 Jack Livingston-June-"BH Squad Football, Clubs, Home Room Officer, Operetta, Class Play Committee. 9 Williaxii Llewellynffmflc-Band Color Guard, Fencing. 38 1938 5 james Looney-June-Assistant Director of Class Play, Clubs, Operetta Com- mittee Chairman, Traffic. James Lowe-January-Activities Key, Chairman of Lost and Found Com- mittee, Football, Honor Roll, Executive Board, Clubs. Kathleen Lusch-Jannary-Activities Key, Cheerleader, Honor Roll, Log Staff, Class Play Committee, Home Room Officer. Bernadette Luterancikffuncflllee Club, Clubs, Class l'lay Committee. George Madden-func-Clubs. Anna Ruth Martin-.-lugusf-Clubs, G.A.A. Regis Edward Martin-January-Clubs, Football, Executive Board. john Massol-August. Dorothy Massick-Mme'-Ci.A..X., Girl Reserves, Operetta Committee, Tratlie, VVays and Means, Class Play Committee. Margaret Louise Matheny-fum'-Class Play, Lzzzzfvrzz Staff, Log Staff, Na- tional Honor Society, Operetta, Traffic. Lorraine May-Transferred. Virginia May-func-Attendance Squad, Clubs, Tratlic, XVays and Means, Class Play Committee. 39 7938 VX'altcr TXlcCainf!1u1t'ffCafctcria Committee, lixecutive Board, Honor Roll, Track, Cslier Squad, NVrcstling. Harry lXilcCloskeya!1u1cfClubs, Football Manager, Track, XYrestling'. Clarke lX'lCC0I'lllElC7flllIUYHBU Squad Football, Clubs, Traffic, XYrcstling. Mary lXlcColliganfJm1uarAvfG.:XA., Honor Roll. Roy M. McCutchen, -Iizffimv--lfeiicing, lixccutivc lloaril, Operetta, Traffic, Class Play Committee. lXlartlia Mclice-ffzmc-Cliibs, Girl Reserves, Class Play Committee. James QX. TXICIQGC--Jill!ItGl'j'7Cll1SS Play Committee, Csher Squad. Nancy Jane NlcKelvie-ffuzzvfrkctivities .-Xward, Attendance Squad, Literary Editor Log, National Honor Society, Traffic. Class Play Committcc Chairman. Charlvs ll, BlCxllllflll---.1011IltI7'.X'fClllllS, llaskctball, lfootlmall, Senior Day Com- mittee, Track. Henry lX'lCl1SCllliC--.l1tf1IlSf. liclward lxllliClUlllSf'!lllIt'-Ykilllf, Intramural Ilaskctlmall, Soccer. Bette Miller-fum'-Clubs, G..X.rX., Library Council. Secretary Lost and lfounil Committee, Class Play Committee. 40 1938 5 ' NNV4 Ralph Millcrf-.flug-zz.vt. Richard Miller- -June-Clubs, President junior Academy of Science. Joseph F. Minnotte--January-Honor Roll, f,anfc1'11. Staff, Log Slaif, Intra- mural llasketball, Executive Board. Robert Montaguegfunv-Clubs, Track. Harold Moorc-fzme-Cafeteria Committee Chairman, Clubs, Public .Xddrcss System Chairman, Traffic. Thomas Moore-fznlv-Clubs, Intramural Basketball. Claude lllOI'Cl3.I1Cl+fL!lIltflfj'-ACtiVltlCS Key, Class Play, "ll" Squad Football, Honor Roll, Executive Board, Publicity Squad. Dorothy lXlorris-f!m1v---Girl Reserves, Honor Roll, 'lunior Academy of Science, Library Council, National Honor Society, Secretary Traffic. Homer Steiiien Musgraveifull1'-Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll. lix- ccutive Board Officer, lfditor-in-Chief Log, National Honor Society, Honor Award Committee. .lane Nelson-Jmnh f-Class Play, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll. Robert L. Newell-January. Fred Noah- --.lulmary '-,- AClass Play Committee, Football. Senior Day Committee. XYrestling. 41 eniolzfi 7933 janet fD1'l'7fUII'lLlII'3'fClZlSS Play, Clubs, Girl Reserves, National Honor So- ciety, Trafic. Helen A. Parlqins-January-GAA. Robert Penman-func-Football, Executive Board. Class l'lay, Lost and Found Committee, Traffic, Usher Squad. lane F. Phillipsf!alluary-Activities Key, Cheerleader, Clubs, Honor Roll. National Honor Society, Executive Board. VValter Pliilipsffmzcbflubs. Archibald XVOavcr Powell, lr.-Transferred. Norma l'owellgfzulvfClubs, Class lllay Committee, Honor Roll, Home Room Oilieer. VVard l'owell-Jzn1vf4T1'atlic, I.am'm'11 Staff, Executive Board. Betty l'rescottf-fzuzvn Clubs, C.rX..X., Class Play Committee. lack llrescott-'fall'Har-v-Class Play Committee, Basketball, Football, Clubs, lixeeutive Board. David A. ProbstAfanuaryYCafeteria Committee, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll. Samuel XV. I ,l'0VOSlQff0lI uaryfClubs. 42 1938 Seniafzfi Boblyn Quail-!m1vJClass l'lay Committee, Clubs, Library Council, Oper- etta, Traffic. Alice Louise Rager-June-Chorus, Girl Reserves, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Prompter Class Play, Traflic. Margaret Ellen Reardon-Ja11ua1'y- Clubs, li..X.A. Grace Rebholz-func-Clubs. Lou RCHliUS7flLlIt'7CllHSS Play Committee, Home Room Oflicer, Soccer. Vlfrestling. Matthews Reynoldsw-J1.1-nc--Honor Roll, Lanicrn Staff, Manager Tennis, Pub- licity Committee, Class Play Committee. Robert Richards-111116-Junior ,Xcailemy of Science. Florence Rick-January-Class Play, Secretary Girl Reserves, Honor Roll, Lantern Staff, Tratlic, Ways and Means. Samuel Rickleyffanuary--Clubs, Cafeteria Committee, Class Play Com- mittee, Home Room Officer, Traffic, VVrestling. Dan Robb--June-Basketball, Class Play, Football, Home Room Otlicer, Lau- tern Staff, President and Vice President Executive Board. Jane R0bll1SOU-J1Lll6+Cll1lSS Play, Girl Reserves, Attendance Squad, Traffic, Clubs, G.A.A. Charles Robisongfimc4Clubs, Intramural Basketball, Trailic, NVays and Means. 43 ' 1938 lrvan RUCllC--fllllt'-fClZlSS l'lz1y, lixecutive li0Ell'Cl, National Honor Society, Upcretta, 'llralilic Robert RflfllffllllILGI'-Vi-ClL1lJS. Harry Rowefffmlc-Cltlbs, l'iL'1lCll1g', Operetla, Soccer, Traclc. liclwarrl lq1lSSCll7.l1tIIt'+lI1tI'Z1lllL1l'Zll Basketball, Hi-Y, Class Play Committee. joseph Salislm1'y-ffzflluflixecutive lioarcl, l.a11tu1'11 Stalt. Log Staff, Honor Roll, Tennis, lVays aml Means. Robert Sandssfum'-"B'l Squad Football, Clubs, Uperetta. Poster Commit- tee, Track, Ushers Squad. Williaiii SIlllilSl0I1--.IIHIFY' Clubs. lfxecutivc lloar.l. Class l'l:1y Committee. Samuel Schreinerffunc-Clubs, lixccutive lfoarfl, Honor Roll, Log Staff, Operetta, Scholastic Committee. Dorothy Sclt11ia1111-vfzuzc-Attenclance Squad, Clubs, K1..X..X., 'l'rallic, Class Play Committee. Robert Seltmannffum'-Clubs, Football, Track, lflfrestling. Dorothy Scnheiser-Jimc-Clubs, Cheerleader. lilisabeth Shzmorw!zn1cfClubs, Class Play Committee. 44 1938 5 Harry Sllepardffauuar,v+4Xclivities Key, lfxecutive Board, lfootlzall, Class Play Committee. Traffic, VVrestling'. Alan SllflVCI'-f-ffltllt'-Y'IJOUOT Roll, Hi-Y, Class Play Committee, 'l'1'alliC. Carl Singliouse--func-liasketball, Football, Home Room Officer, Traclc. Frank SIJI't'l1H+.fIlIlU. Marian Stafford-Jznlvf-Clulms, GAA.. Girl Reserves, Senior Tea Committee Class Play Committee. Ellwood Slang-7.101111aryiClubs. Eleanor Staub-Transferred. jack Stauff-Jum'-Chairman Publicity Committee, Class Play Committee, Glee Club and Operetta Student Manager, l.a11tvr11 Stall, Log Staff, 'Ushers Squad. David Slllllflljl'-ffl!!!IIIH'-V7lT00llJIlll, lntramural Basketball. -lean St. ClHll'+,I'Itllc'-ClLllJS, Girl Reserves, Information, Uperetta Committee. Class Play Committee. Edith Swartz-!1u1cy-Clubs, Trallic. Class Play Committee, lnformation. Williaiil Tattersall- fmze-llancl, lfxeeutive lloard, Golf, Hi-Y, Uperetla, Traffic. 45 ,Q -vw ii 5 'Eff Seniafzfi 1938 0 Edward Taylor-June-Chorus, Class Play Committee Chairman, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Operetta, Traffic. 9 james Taylor-August-Clubs. 9 Iohn Taylor4fanuary-Basketball, Football, Traffic. 9 Dorothy Thompson-Jima'-Clubs, lixecutive Board, GAA., Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Library Council. 0 john li. Turner-January. 9 Robert Ufer-January-Basketball, Clubs, Football, Executive Board, Track. ' Patricia Ulam-June-Clubs, Executive- Board, Home Room Officer, Operetta Committee, Traffic, Class Play Committee. ' Betti Vance-fmze-Bulletin Board Committee, Clubs, GAA., Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Class Play Committee. 9 Paul Vanzin-famzary-Clubs. 5 Betty V0lZ-JM716fIXllCHCl3HCC Squad, Bulletin Board Committee, G.A.A., Library Council, Traffic, VVays and Means, Class Play Committee. 0 Robert H. VVebbffa1zuary-Clubs, Orchestra, Public Address System. 9 James Weisel-Jzerzcflixectitive Board, Log Staff, Operetta, Class Play Committee. 46 1938 5 James VVelchfJumf-"B" Squad Basketball, Clubs, Football. Soccer. Robert Wl1C6lCl"-JiftflC-B3.SliCtbHll. Clubs, Football. John NVl'1itehill-fum'-Clubs. Louise Wible-114110-Class Play Committee, G.,X.A., Honor Roll, junior Aca- demy of Science, Traffic. eanne VVlll0l.1Ql1lJ'4-.Itl1'lM07'V7ClLllJS, iiirl Reserves. Honor Roll, Publicity C ' T K ffl ' ' ommittec, ra ic. Jack YVilson-Inn0-Band, Operetta, Class Play. Thomas VVinn-fum'-Class Play Committee. Robert Vlfycoff-Julzc-Clubs, Operetta. Robert Day-January-Activities Key and Guarcl, Football, Honor Roll, Presi- dent Iixecutive Board, Lalzfvrn Staff, XYrestling. Charlotte VVyman-Junc-Clubs, G.A.lX., Girl Reserves, l.ibrz1ry Council, Class Play Committee. Marie Yost-Jannary-Clubs, Class Play Committee. Leo John ZakseslceifanuaryeHonor Roll, Intramural Basketball, Usher Squad. Robert Zwinggif!um'-Cafeteria Committee, Class Play, Clubs, Golf, lixecu- tive Board, lntramural Basketball Committee. , . ,Q -zs,.ise.4 J' H 'Q ' ff fs X 47 Seniaad 1938 0 Vernon Augensteinffunc. 9 Al Culbertson-.'lugusz'-Clubs, Wrestliiig, junior Academy of Science. 0 joseph Davies-fzmcMHi-Y, Intramural Basketball, Class Play Committee. 0 Hager De Long-,A-lugustwTennis, Clubs, junior Academy of Science. 0 Williaiii Dunnklanuary. ' Frances England-August. 9 Jean Evans-func-Glee Club, Honor Roll, Hostess Squad Chairman, Oper- etta, Traffic, Class Play Committee. ' Edward Karl Fischer-flugust. 0 Lenora Imrie-June. 0 Margaret Kenavey-flugust. U James Lamoreaux-Jannary-Basketball, Usher Squad, Trailic. 0 Robert Leyh-Jar-mary. 9 Elsie Neely--fum: 9 Donald Russell-func-Band, Clubs, Junior Academy of Science, Operetta, Class Play Committee. 9 Jean Travis-June-Clubs, G.A.A., Girl Reserves, Honor Roll, Class Play Committee. 0 VVilma Usher-June. 9 Georgia Vellis-August. 0 Elmer NWlharm-January-Glee Club, Football. ' Gwenn Yeaglee-June-Class Play Committee, Club. 7wZae B Gfmle I-'irst Row: llelen Spirka, Mary McCollum, Doris Disney, Portia Clarlc, Grace Cainplmell. Anne Augenstein, Dorothy Vegler, Frances Joyce, Betty Ford, Sepia Sanderson, llelty Boekstoee, Florence Brenkus, Jean Dawson, Uarliara llinder, Beverly Tillitt, ,lenny llepner, Janet Giles, Betty Jean Proctor. .h't'l'0Illi Rowi Fred Lang, Jack Cargo, Beatrice Spear, Betty Roney, Dorothy Powell, Mary Ochsenliirt, Alice Rice. Edna Mae Johnston, Beryl Vincent, Louise X'Vild, lintli XYatson. Klary Carzone, Mary Hardester, Marjorie VVeatherwax, Valenteen Felicetti, .-Xnna Ruth Marlin, Suzanne Powell, Mary Campbell, Jane Schlougli, George Geyer. Third Row: George Schreiber, Jerome Wihite, Harry Rowe, Bill Campbell, Ed llamilton, Dwaine Thomas, Dick Heacox, Frank Beatty, Harold Davison, Karl lfisclier, Charles Dalgleish, llill Kramer, VVarren Bernhard, Dan llill, Jim XVinn. George Simmons, llarold Vitte, Charles lloffman, Ilap Langstaff. lfuurlh Row: Paul Getty, Bob Popp, llomer Kraber, Harold Lang, llenry Nlassiek, Chris Hauer, Kurt Meusehke, ,lack Dudt, Cliltord Akstinas, Ed Sherry, William lfalk, llill Cranston, Stephen Rice, Frank Elk, Robert VVe'lwer, Don Gardiner, Jim Goldaine, Al Culliertson. 49 8 Qfmle y ,i V! I'ir.vt Role: Janet Collins, Margaret Osbourne, Margaret Say, Ruth Stanley, Virginia Raeder, Jeanne Dobson, Eileen McGinnis, Betty James, Janet Buckingham, Mary Louise Volmrich, Lois Stuckeman, Ruth Teinpletoii, Charlotte Shultz, Marie VVetzel, Nancy Osbourne, Annette Loughborough, Audrey Hance, Elaine Lashbrook. Second Row: Marguerite Roth, Lorraine Roth, Mary Lane Pletcher, Nina Drake, Alice McMaster, Barbara McNary, Shirley VX'ealherwax, Mildred Hofrichter, Nancy XN'il- son, Jean Charlton, Peggy Hill, Betty Hosick, Louise Markle, Mary Louis Haynes, Eleanor Lohnes, Mary Nonic, Betty Lou Goehring, Barbara Blair, Marjorie Hall, Margie Kraber, Ruth Morgan, Sophie Kazior. Third Row: Shirley llutchison, Esther Sapple, Angelina Mastandrea, Laura Robinctt, Harriet Rohrkaste, Jeannette Myers, Ruth Baker, Mary Lou Garner, Virginia Myers, Betty Jane Dietrich, Jean Harst, Margaret Hynes, Margaret McGaw, Mary Pace, Es- ther Burns, Ruth Fischer, Jeanne Green, Nancy Ufer, Virginia Rhyner, Kay Haughton. Fourflz Row: Jeanne Everhart, Ruth Means, Ruth Leon, Lucille Vincent, Margaret Mart- solf, Martha Lose, Phyllis Schumn, Dorothy Neilson, Kathleen Urban, Eileen Se- bulske, Jean VVyre, Ann Yankosky, Betty Lacy, Marjorie Morrison, Jeanne Swartz, Elspeth Jordan, NVilma Fleet. Fifth Row: VVilbert Hutcheson, Eugene Grosso, James Lane, James VVright, Harry Lam- mert, Bruce Algar, Edward Shaw, Norman Elliott, Roy Brahm, Charles Miller, Paul de Benedictis, Clarence Hillard, Jesse Hill, Paul Magnus, Charles Dixon, Carl Schuman, llenry Hepner, Robert Davis, Bill Oxenrciter, James Ryland. Sixth Rare: Dick McNally, Art Adamson, Robert Faloon, lloward Alderson, Mac Corner, Richard VVolf, Carl Kregline, Charles Luss, Harold Bucher, John Grimenstein, Jack Rothman, John McGrath, George VVarwick, John Turnbull, James Brady, l'hillip Berko- vitz, Charles Courtney, Charles Clarke, Richard Berger, Bill McCue. Sewntli Row: Donald Richardson, Albert Eisenbeis, Charles Purnell, Paul Peters, Jini Springer, Joe Kimmel, Dave Young, John Stewart, llill NNI-imer, Ray Smith, Alex Copetas, Harry Burkhart, Richard Creps, Bob Nickeson, Stanley Shepard, Donald Kra- mer, George Simmons, Clifford l'arent. 50 5 G First Row: Betty Mae lirenrich, Mary Jean Cooper, Bette Sutton, Ann Charters, Marilyn Cook, Dorothy Caites, Minnie Petrick, Lois Close, Mary .-Xlice Dee, Gene Donelson. Patricia Colgate, Mary Jane Mayleben, Lois Lichtenthaler, June Fra, Dorothy Reinhard. Betty Jean Senior, Helen Johns, Dorothy Kaessner, Janice Cooper. Second Row: Mary Meyer, Frances Purpura, Ruth XYearer, Gloria Vittor. livelyn Klep- pick, Gertrude Hagerty, Ruth Barker, Margaret Kohlmeyer, Betty Ann lfvans, liarhara Hesse, Jean Huhler, Ramona Moore. Virginia McChesney, Emily Delack, Carolyn Luns- ford, Betsy Gorham, Edith Erickson, Janet Augens'ein, Sarah Beam, Joan .Xdams, Marie Reiter, Helen Cavanagh, Claire McSteen, Virginia Davis. Third Row: Jeanine lrory, tirace Tilly, Jean Juergens, Annamary Sawhill, Mary Jane Orr, Lucie Jolmson, tiene Rovherts, Jacqueline Reed, Burnette Barteaux, Caroline Blair, Lois XVoodhurn, Kathryn Booth, Grace Haller, Louise Rider, Florence Orr, Olive May Holtz, Betty Myers, Naomi Quigg, Mary Kurtz, Ellen Camphell, Fleene Rearick, Anita Mc! Quillen, Dorothy Grose. Iionrih Rozei Margaret Hofrichter, listher Harrison, :Xnnetta Degelman, Jean Kough, Tess Nolte, Lucille Mohl, Mary Helen Anderson, Helen Hopper, Marjorie Mcliihhin, Mar- jorie Snyder, Sara Gehrttt, Louise Nichol, Mary Jeanne Barrett, Doris Cone, Peggy Gray, Mary Lou Findley, Eleanor Schwager, Dorothy Carter, Natalie Cole, Jeanne Linn, Virginia Clark, Ann Curl, Vergie Fisher. Fifth Row: Billy McRoherts, VVillis Nolle, Hilher Morgan, Boh Quigg, Bill Lloyd, James Dawes, Dick McNally, Cyril Donoghne, lluqh Murphy, Bert Brooks, Glenn Heck, Boll Klippel, Bruce Gardner, Paul Shanor, Louis May, Charles Becraft, Carl Jaeger, Fred Leedham, Ilenry Renton, John Muirhead. Szhrtli- Row: Roy Reichhold, Joe Gregg, Fred Sanhorn, Charles Smith, Bofh Quillen, Jifm Taylor, Vliard Duchene, Lee Ferrell, Bill Bergmann, Lawrence McNamara, Charles Graham, Charles O'Brien, Don Remensnyder, Jack McGovern, Jack Manheimer, Kenneth DeJolm, Boh XN'hitelock, Romaine Andrews, John llurford, Edward Dapper, SL"I't'l1ffl Rafe: George Kemmerer, Roy DeLonga, XYarren Vieth, Dave Boyd, James Me- Govern, John Schweinsherg, Charles Erickson, Ben Benson, Bill Ahriatis, George 'l'ur ner, Bill Jackson, Jack Shields, Flsma Brooks, lid Allee, Charles Fessler, Murray Potts. Jack O'Brien. Eighth Row: Dick Ritter, George Mctilaughlin, Jack Bowlus, Joe Donahoe, Bill Kane, Bill McMinn, Bill Amos, George Churchill, Ted Rieger, Boh Hnenfeld, Dick Horning, Jack Rice, Ji1n Reddy, Lawrence Bott, Ralph Simmons, l-larry VVilson. .Vi11IhR0w: llenry McCall, Homer Amick, Don Barrett, Beverly Lewis, Patil Murphy, Bill Zaima, Boh Marmion, Don Davis, Bill Gottschalk, 51 7wZh Qaacle liirst Row: Doris Joseph, Jane Sturinan, Betty Wick, Alice Englert, Shirley Massick, Gertrude llutton, Aline Colgate, Elizabeth Abbott, Catherine Bailey, Elaine Bnllions, Betty Shaffer, lrene Brenkus, Joan Schroeder, Irene Maloney, Ntihna Taylor, Gretchen Shaw, Dolores Luteraneik, Jessie Provost. Suroiid Kew: Anna llerb, Dorothy Mcliibbin, Clara Jaspert, Evelyn Jones, Edith Buchanan, Doris Phillips, Margaret Mellott, Audrey Phillips, Margaret Russell, Margaret Rech, Geraldine MeQuillen, Maryon Getty, lXliriam Reed, Amelia Richardson, Norma Baker, Dorothy liachurik, Mary Jane Kenan, Thirza Simmons, Rosemary Purpura, Joan XVyman, Mary Ann Hodttnn, Marjorie Couch. Tlzirrl' Row: Martha llarlan, Ruth Jolly, Mary Hamory, Barbara Bridges, Nancy Morrison, llarriette Allen, Leona Schneider, Dorothy Campbell, Betty Lee Scott, Jean Moorhouse, Mary llousley, Ruth Conaway, Bernice Tracey, Betty Anne Suplee, Mary W'alter, Rita Luxbacher, Mary Ann Falk, Ann Moury, Jeanne H ast, Lois Trageser, Yera Davis, l lelene Sebenek. liatlrllz Row: Kathleen Rit3He, Ruth Stolze, Ruth Renton, Dorothea Rana, l'atricia Mc- Clain, Norma Rosby, Mary Louise Heinibueeher, Jean l'ost, Grace Judge, Mary Louise Knight, Dale Kirsopp, Alice Slater, Eleanor Kirsopp, Jean Condit, Doris Smiley, Caro- lyn Maser, Vera MeColligan, Virginia Powell, Betty Shirk, Bebe Taylor, Marjorie Bechtel, Dorothy Rustad. Fifth Row: Bob Halen, Donald Kallock, VVillard Davis, Douglas Copeland. Fred Krug, Betsy Anne l'lank, Ethel Lorenz, Helen Galenee, Jean Ledwith, Dorothy Greiner, llelen Hibbs, Shirley Betz, Emma Arbes, Rosemary Stewart, Phyllis Holloway, Jean Dunn, Geraldine XN'elsh, Jane Bower, Glenn Terry, Vkalter Cavalovitch, Bob Melflroy, Bob llugus, Carl Daube. .S'i.rfl1 Rare: David Stoner, Jim Kernan, Jack Donaghue, Wayne Van Zandt, Bill Udischas, lra Matheny, Jim Turner, Stanley Milewsky, Bob Bender, Frank Glenn, Jack Shields, Larsen Brown, Ed Hastings, Glenn Geiger, Jack Allderige, Bill Bailes, John Shaffer. Fred Llam, Lawrence VYilliams, Bill Kelley, Ed Hutcheson, Richard Fuchs. St'T't'llf1I Rare: Dick Laphain, NVilliam O'Connor, Marion Cieslieki, Bill Rogers, Joseph Tlionipson, Jim Nichol, Louis Veltre, Bob Campbell, Bob llanna, Grant Beach. Jack Ballard, Pat Jones, Joseph Haynes, Bill Reddy, VValter Kennedy, Bill Clatty, Bill Shaffer, Bill O'Brien. Iiiglilh Row: James Stewart, Bob VVilkinson, Ed Cipriano, Judd Jenkins, llarry Benz, Jim Zook, Bob Labrenz, Fd Charnell, Toni Shields. Jay llumbanld, Stewart Champion, -lini MeCor'n1iek, Jaek Stahlnecker, Dean Kroh, Chan Ketchum, Bill l'roeter, Mike llulski, Rex llanunerly. ,Viitllz Notre: Richard l'iekett, Leo llaller, George Donohoe. Judd l'rindle. Bill Baker, John Brftntlt, 'l'ed Morrison, Creighton Murphy, Jesse Cullison, Ilarry Murphy, Milford Ilublin, Melvin Jones. 52 may liirxt Rafe: Roberta Green, Betty VN'ayman, Margaret Nonic, Laverne fktlznnson, Victoria Carafas, Katharine Ziefel, Patricia Brady, Lois Kennedy, Dorothy Vance, Barbara Porter, Betty Lorraine Smith, Marian VVright, Dorothy Myers, Martha Mcliall, Virginia VVolf, Nancy Sebring, Mary Elizabeth Mershon, Ann Simemons. .qf't'0Ild Row: Annette Scarvace, Doris Hopkins, Jean McCandless, Ann Markey, Louise Stabile, Elva Thomas, Mildred Volz, Edith Smith, Dorothy Homer, Edythe Riekley, Dorothea Seifert, Nancy Stanier, Betty E. Smith, Louise Campbell, Nellie Caramela, Jane Riley, Concetta Cipriano, Jeanne DeLong, Madeline VVheeler, .leane Macke, Suzanne Koogle, junetta Fidinger. Third Row: Dorothy VVetzel, Hazel Loetiel, Dot Stauff, Grace NVild, Dorothy Hanover, .lacqneline Young, Betty Xl. Smith, Ruth Field, Lenore DcVVall, june Sawhill, Miriam XN'allgren, Betty Ann Davis, Ann Simpson, Grace Gehhardt, Mary Boyd, Suzanne Craw- ford, Irene Shaffer, Peggy Lewis, Betty jane Samuels, Anna Mae Balach. Nlarilynn Hansen, Louise llilf. Fourth Rave: Dick Mills, Bill Underwood, Ed McEnteer, Virginia Trunzo, Marie Zicfcl, llelen Fetterman, Betty Creehan, Alma Roehler, Betty Schick, Dorothy Ball, Carmel Easterman, Jean Prass, Florence Yost, Jeanne Burke, Mary Jean :Xmlt-rson, Annette Moses, Bob Crowell, Bill Sholl, Dolton Courtney. I7z'fl11.Ifow: Boh Nolle, Bill lloffinan, llenry Powell, Ed Kappel. Bill llall, Fred llamilton, Ray Hutchison, Bolt Charters, ,lack Barry. Eugene Metlinniss, llarry L'rell, XX'allace McClelland, Bill NYalton, Charles Brown, Fred Grilliths, Bolt Dawson, lrvin Ti'mlin, Cyril Ivory, Ed llousley, Bill Proctor, Charles llast, Mike Litwin. .Si1'.I'f11, Row: Bob Stutt, john Clapperton, Bill Taylor, Ray Frocley, .lim llarrison. Nick Stahile, Dick Evans, Ernest Giles, Lewis Smith, Leo Grosso, Thaddeus Buchek, Leo Chess, jack Rider, Louis Ringling, Bill Douglas, George Klaclmoil, Don Denkle, john Templeton, Dick Collins, Bill Stitt. Si'-:'t'l1flz Note: Allen Beck, Bolt Mclfwen, Bill Trushel, ,lack XYilson, Dick Grant, Roy Kohler, Bill llousley, VValter Lahrenz, Francis Klancher, Jim Pusateri, -lack Doloughty, llarry Nlfight, Clark Hogsett, Earl Bryan, Bud Elanigan, Bolm Nixon, Toni l'lam, lloward Gartner, Bob Burlingame, Boli McNally. Ifiglzllz Row: Don Edinundson. lid Colaianni, Billy Wlxitnelcl, Bill O'Melia, Bolt Klcllill, Dick linowlson, ,lim Fischer, Kay Snnth, lid Smith, lid Ilznnel, Bill Grinnn, lid ,Nm-s, Roland Sutherland, George Foster, Bolt l.lI1ll.-ily, Glenn XYilliains, 53 M210 lfirxf Rare: Ida Bellini, Genevieve liulski Eileen llilf, ,lean Clark. Patti lfindley, Mary Ann Osbourne, Marjorie Ruppelt, Virginia Bellingham, Jane Murray, Louise Brown, Peggy Alderson, Dorothy Craig, Lucille Adamson. Maxine Balch, llelen Stafford, Billie ,lean Huher, Arlene Schroth, Gilda Bellini, .Xrroztfl lime: Mildred Pecovish, Betty Lee Keane, lane lleeraft, Marjorie Funk, Marion Kuehner, Virginia VVoocly, Ethel VVeisiman, Peggy MeEh-oy, Jean llosiek, Catherine Vrhoncic, Lucille Stahhnan, Lillian Killinger, lletty Grwhh, Evelyn Lang, jean Ramsey, Megan XYhelan, Marjorie Parke, Peggy Greulich, Audrey Allee, llarhara lirill, Margaret Slattery, Naomi llern. Tllirrl Rnre: Leona Schneider, Sally Rnnyon, .lean Cunningham, lletsy llamilton, Catherine Snyder, Kathryn Tepe, Betty llughes, Peggy Medley, Nancy Nolan, Jeanne llutchison. Leona Cipriano, Marilyn Cavanagh, Marietta Young, Anna Miller, Leona Betz, Gloria NN'eiss, Sprudina l'ennick, Evelyn llarteaux, Mary Lou lletz, Marianne Hatton, Vir- ginia Zahniser. 1'ltlIH'lll Roni: june Shepler, Mary Lou XVye0ff, Elide Roinanucci, llarbara Mathews, Dorothea llarto, Betty Hush, Virginia lleron, Priscilla Tite, Dorothy Pierce, janet Snyder, Evelyn Davidson, Martha Atkins, Patricia Ryan, Mary Catherine l-Dwyer, Cath- erine Miller, Patricia lrlelland, Betty McKee, Ruth Gordy, Marjorie Graham, Mary Meroyich. Gertrude llrannon. Fifth lx'o1e: Steve Gaher, lohn Langstaft, Elmer Tracey, lames Rector, Cleland Nelson, l'2ill Feisley, Dan Rode, Patty Lou Arlain, Dorothy Hleakney, llarhara llahner, Eleanor Eekenrode. Patty Scott, Sonia Grufman, Jim XVilfong, XX'esley Cronmiller, Donald Keagy, llenton Kline, Hill Scott, lloh Toxrner, john Magnus. .S'i.rtl1 lfurei George Senheiser, Don XVilliains, Ed Cainphell, Gordon Stewart, Tom llarr- man, Ed Ryan, Charles Pratt. James Seifert, Franklin Elliott, lloh Culhane, ,lack Folsom, -lack Glessner, Rohert Leech, Ray lleemer, james Champion, Earle Patterson, Nick Valieenti, Robert Kirk, Bob Roherts. 5Nt'7't'IIf1I Rore: Neil Rodger, NN'arren Gorham, George llulzhon, George Cruikshank, VVar- ren Martin, llraden Swaney, Everett Stanley, 'liom MeSteen, -lark XX'ard, Karl Sittler, John McCall, Roger Dejohn, Paul Ferretti, Baker Kearfott, lloh Clarke, -lim Culton, Bill Koenig, Paul llawkshaw, Ellsworth Harris, Jack Bergman, Jack Simmons. lil'-Qllffl Ko-re: Dale llamilton, llnncan Brown, Philip VVeisel, -lohn Matragas, llarry Rnppel, Don Kindsehi, Vincent O'F3rien, Ellis Booker, Ned Giles, Roh llolstead, John llannon, -lohn Lewis, llen Kenney, joe Hardy. 54 mth Qwle 1' fin Q B mi First Rare: Iflizaimeth Polaski. Phyllis Brooks, Margaret Staliluecker, Ruth Love, Betty xb'llliII!'l1S, Betty Gathuiann, Lillian Herolcl, Bernice llarris, Gertrude Miller, Irene XYelcl., llelen Petrieh, Virginia Bowlancl, Charlotte Thomas, Marjorie .Xnclerson, lflor- enee Gregory, Eunice Smith, Anne Schlough, Evelyn Rees. .S'ero11d Rare: Mariiynn Uhlinger, jane Boss, Ouicla Xlefieliee, lilsie Arnesen, Klary l.ee Barton, Alice Booth, Nancy Roney, Peggy Gaylord, Marjorie Survinski, Lucille Kle- Curry, Elizabeth Elliston, Betty Whitlielcl, Alice O'Donnell, Xlary Jane Niekeson, Shirley Blass, Jeanne jordan, Devora Ballon, Catherine Brannon, Louise Kleflyniont, lnger Arnesen, Nancy Zwinggi, Kathryn Glenn, Shirley Nelson. Third Rate: Bob Kaschak, Ray Beatty, Bill Grimm, Ralph lioerber, Don Bo,rer, Bob Fleisehauer, Bob Zinia, Joe Hagerty, Erroll Dexter, -lanies Beam, Rayniontl lleineu. Toni Carr, Wallace Root, Bob Dressing, Lynn lleiss, Norman Doyle, Russell Clalty. Ray Aitken, Bob Short. Fourih Row: Bob Davis, Charles Mehling, John Soukup, Bob Baker, .lack Yogel, Bill Baker, Jack Burley, Raymond Robb, Charles Gothe, Alan Vleatlierell, xx-iillllllll Philips, Bob Seiferth, Bob Rick, Bob Campbell, Ilarolml Simmons, Jim Paulos. Iiifllz Row: llarry Rhodes, jim Klcl'eak, Daritl Kiritliths, George Graham, Mike Cavalo- vitch, George Mayall. Richarrl liverline, Glen Chatifer, Dorsey Linelner, Charles Cnlibert- son, Dick Schaefer, john Soirers, Eugene Bishotif, Bill Bertelsen, Lee XIcQuistion, llenry Petrieh, Dick Koch, Bill Lytle, George Shielcls. Sixth R0-Iv: Bill Reniensnycler, Arthur Tintori, Bill NlCCOl'llllCli, Bill Klciihee, Bob Drake, ,lack Harrison, Vincent iloyce, Eugene Baxter, Raymoncl Bower, .lack Powell, Sain Aston, XValter Smith, jack Dickey, .lanies Denunel, Dean Conetas. .hil"Z'l'llf1l 1x'fm': Douglas Baircl, Paul Goofl. Nlalvin Szuuler, Carlton jewett, XYallaee Prass, -lohn lfniery, Bob Crens, .laek Dragoneue, Bob Metfue, Charles Roberts, XYalter Sehunim, Russell XYoll'ertz, Bob Keene, Rolla Nliller, Carlton Shatier. .lack Cl'lllYlUl'tl. 55 Qmcfe Ifiyyf R0-zu: Florence Colaianni, llarriet Stine, Ann Brown, Laura Turner, Penn Elizabeth Burke, Betty Jane Paulsen, Patricia Green, Ethel Stark, Marilyn Streich, Rosemary McNamara, Sarah Louise Ross, Ellen Witte, Shirley Parker, Joan McNally, Virginia Millard, Virginia Perry, Jean McLean, Blanche Burnett. .Slt't'0lId Rare: Patty NViggins, Mary Ann Snowden, Mary Victineier, Evelyn Matthews, Mary Frances Mahafhe, Jacqueline Klein, Nancy Belle Damon, Betty Haynes, Margaret Auty, Mary Casper, Grace Heck, Lois Crawford, Glenys Mechem, Betty Buttlar, Dorothy Luss, Virginia Rohrkaste, Jean Watson, Ruth VValters, Betty Long, Betty Seifert, Helen Louise Meyers, Clara Tebbets, Helen Vincent. Tlzirzl Row: Bill Griffitll, Bob Ellllll1IltlSOI1, Bob Quinn, l'e1n Nichols, Lois Miller, June Kratt, Joan Daker, Sally MeFa1l, Ruth Maier, Celina McGovern, Betty Rank, Jane Stewart, Violet Hertzog, Maxine Acosta, Billy Pritchard, Robert Manley, John Murphy, Jack Thelen, Robert Anderson, Bob Perry. Fourth Row: John Ulain, Bob Jenner, Bob McNeilly, Herbert Amick, Bob Sisterson, Jack Boor, Leslie Davis, John Long, Glenn Campbell, Charles Adams, Rand Schenck, Ted Simmons, James Murphy, Bill Tarn, Walter Snyder, John Spirka, Jack Richards, Ed Fink, James Cooper, Hubert Hanks, Floyd Gregory, John Himmelrick. lfifllz, lime: Robert Nagel, Junior llardwick, Lawrence Rank, Dick Russon, Frank Miller, Bob Mayheld, Lucian Caste, Achilles Copetas, James McMichael, Charles Casper, Don Logan, Boib Anderson, Bruce Murray, VValter Kraber, VValter Brand, John Rees, George Loos, Scott Stanley, George McCall, Vincent Laseheid, Bill Garner, David Faloon, Dick Rohrich, Dick Seifert. 56 First Row: Carol McKee, Jane Ann Luebbe, Shirley Thompson, Dorothy Coons, Dolores Van Dugteren, lsabelle Romain, LaVerne Hall, Gail Thompson, Ann Lee Alexander, june Fairman, Carol Jean NVaechter, Barbara Bacon, Mary Sebring, Martha Coate, Mary Ellen Braden, Genevieve VVeigand, Jane Daley, Doris Hanks. 3't'rond Row: ,loyce Aiken, joan Gray, Julie Calverton, Betty Lou VVeisel, Peggy l'ag'e. Gloria Lamark, june Black, Shirley Clayton, Betty Killinger, Mary Martha Phillips, Janet Darby, lNinifred Hilf, Emily Fergus, Mary Ellen McConnell, Marilyn Chrystal, Betty Sehoenberger, June Christman, Barbara Beauty, llelen Stabile, Margaret Solomon, Dreama Bottoms, Rosemary Zeigler. Third Row: Jeanne Deutsch, Elaine Alexander, Patsy Adams, Virginia Mulhollan, Lor- raine Parkins, Mabel Poster, Peggy Bowlus, Mary Lu Purcell, Irene Bucher, Roberta Emery, Nancy VVolf, Marilyn McBride, Alice Lee Gardner, Alice Means, Marilyn Strike, Betty Lou Bell, Mary Conaway, Mary Caste, Dorothy Goldsworthy, Katherine Diery. lfourlh Now: Bill Sumner, Charles Davis, Eleanor Ann Collins. Peggy Albright, Mari- anne Atherholt, Nell Collins, Clara Bellini, Ruth Louise Rice, Marjorie Orr, Clarissa XYilliams, Virginia Reiter, Marnela Caramela, Barbara McClain, Florence llatz, Betty Benson, Jane Cramer, janet Adam, Joanne llallam, Betty Lou Moreland, Jack Scholl. john Logan. Fifth Row: Dick McEwen, Bob Reed, Bill Furst, ,lim Davies, David Danner, Paul Everson, jimmy Miller, Paul Heith, Harry Herlinger, VVilliam Arther, Charles McClelland, llarry Brown, Howarcl Stuckeman, David Clymer, William Witney, Thomas Greulich, Bill Shrader, James Brezzer, Dick Cranston, Jimmy McVay, Dick Adamson. Sixth Row: George Fisher, Ralph Coltman, Jael: Krieger, Richard Hogsett, Bud Babbitt, Gene Semoot, Bill Barr, Bobby Budden, Frank MacQuown, Bob Goldsmith, Clyde Farmer, John Davis, Dale XN'eiderhof, Bob Goss, Bill Cummins, John VVeimer, Kenneth Metivier, ,Iunior Taylor, Charles Judge, Se'z't':1ll1 Rare: lluey Hamilton, Rolfe Harper, Charles Shaffer, Bob Teasdale, Earl Teb- bets, ,lack Keeler, -lay Arthur, Bob Bell, ,lack Paulus, VVesley Coltman, Bill Keeling, Grant Evans, Stuart Zimmerman, Robert Sullivan, Bill Aldrich, Richard Colgate, Tom Hopper, Bill Sellers, Ross Smith, Frank Kenney. 57 146' First Rare: Ann Haygood, Diane Ketchum, Bardarah McCandless, Jeannette Faye, Juli- anne Tiegel, Rosemary Kearlott, June Lashbrook, Marjorie Graham, Barbara Huber, Jane Bullions, Janet Lewis, Elaine Rischc, Joan Shaffer, Carol Miller, Florence llen- derson, Martha Kenan, Marian Landergott, Peggy Gatter. Second Row: Barbara Hixson, Mary Lon Lamark, Dorothy Brill, Jacqueline Alexander. Gloria Corbett, Ann Haynes, Betty Jane Hyams, l-fva 'llll0l'll2l.S, Jeanne Fisher, Shirley Stevenson, Jean Beam, Dorcas Rumsey, Margie Hammerly, Patsy O'Brien, XVanda Garver, Maribelle Powell, Virginia Lefurgy, Betty Ewald, Lois Rlinnotte, Marie Scar- vace, Marguerite VVheeler, Patricia Forbes, Carolyn Crawford, Anne Babbitt. Third Row: Elaine Caramela, Carolyn Thomas, Phyllis Connor, Ruth Simmons, Marilyn Pringle, Jean Linnert, Maurinc Hatman, Edna O'Donnell, Dorothy Deutsch, Lucille Coons, Joanne Kalbach, Nancy Mills, Audrey Colledge, Mildred Mowery, Jean Law- rence, Betty Donges, Virginia Kough, Eloise Fiand, Joanne Marquis, Jean McGhee, Sara Jane Ream. liourfli Note: Olive Gallaher, Sara Giles, Vlfilla llance, Lillian lfnderwood, Mary Louise Aitken, Marjorie Eva, Lucy Frenkel, Nancy Charles, Martha Mackey, Melba Schmidt. Kathryn Grimenstein, Gladys XVelch, Mary Brown, Doris McCormick, Julia Ann Ran- dall, Dorothy Tattersall, Dotty Lou Latta, Jean Hopper. lfiffli lime: Paul XNatkins. XYilliam Davis, Robert Oates, Fred NValter, llobart Chivers, XN'alter Spangler, VVilliam Fee, XYarren Edwards, Willis Caryl, W'alter Alderson, Varick Swartz, David Hatz, Ralph Orr, John Bruno, XValter Huhn, llarry Keck, Robert Bam- ford, George Housley, Jim Davis, John Bermel, Boyd Speaker, XVilliam Bode. Si.rlli Row: Phillip Robinson, James Parmley, Robert Miller, Peter Schroeder, Charles Gonder, Bo'b VVinslo11', John Taylor, Bob Barbroiv, Dick Young, Roy Clark, Charles Hurley, Robert Gathmann, Norman Phillips, Glenn Buttlar, Robert MacLean, ,lack llardwick, Edward McAninch, George Pace, Charles Haus, Richard Frost. Scwiitli Rare: XVilliam Kraft, James Stone, Charles Stine, Charles lisgar, Robert Pelz, George Ritchey, Bob Scharnberg, Bill VVerme, Milton llamler, Xxillllillll Perkins, Ted Ramsey, John Davis, Robert Romain, Bill Johnson, John Clarke, Gordon Lunsford, William Bucher, NN'illiam Davis, Earl Cullison, Laird Kroh. Iiiglilli- Row: Niekolas Krayer, Guinn Price, James Feisley, Roger O'Conner, Bill XX'ick, Bartlett Giles, James Duchene, Bill Shannon, Donald Lindeinan, Bob 'XVhitney, Bob List, XYilliam Yoke, Charles Swartz, V311 Bogardus, Richard Boosinger, Piersol Klurray, Robert llasselman, Lester VV11l1l'ClllJCl'g, Victor Klinnotte, Roy Loiighboroueli. Xinilz Row: llill McCaskey, Robert Lewis, Phillip Bray, Robert Clatty, Jim Maxxlia, XX'alter Roberts, Prank XVilson, Guy Carso, Arthur Kirby, Calvin l'lartman, Dick Curtin, Rmbert Murphy, llill Gillillan, Martin Arden. 58 ,Sag '52 K h V I kkk, ,k,Lg,k,A,P ., ru? . t. rr.. K. - x .l K, VL' K . . 5 W ' aqanafz.-S" First lfmr: Peggy Rlntheny. lI:il'lm1':i .lennne Arllier. Nancy MeKelvie. June Vllillips, llililresl .Kn- ileison. .lnnet Orr. l71II'0lllX Morris. luliznlwth lllll, Nw:-rnrrl l.'uu': Lee lfiselli-l'. ll'Y2lll lloelm. llomei' hlllS2'l'IlX1'. 'I'e4l Holilsnlilll. lmre l'rolist, .Tneli lmvis. llnlpll lxzillot-Ii. INCIL nineteen thirty-one lXlount Lebanon High School has been proufl of its very active chapter of the National Honor Society. To he chosen a memher of this society, that has chapters in tlitterent high schools ztll over the Unitecl States, is an honor. Only those who have lneen out- stzintling' in school-life :ire eligihle for memhersliip. The sturlents are chosen for their superior chzirzlcter. scholztrship. lezulership, :tnrl service. The main purpose of the society is the encourztgement of these four qualities in the youth of toclzty. Une ye:1r's nttenclance :tt Mount l.eh:1non lligh School is :also required for eligi- lnility. The membership is limiterl to fifteen percent of the grztfluztting class: these :ire selecterl hy at committee of the faculty. This society has nphelcl very high SlTll1llZll'llS :incl :is Zl result severzil meni- lners of the society have heen ziwzirclecl scholarships to vztrious colleges. The Nzttional llonor Society has clone much to improve the iflezlls of the high school stiiilent throughout the Vnitecl States. GO all rqafafuf Soni lfirsf Ifmr: Clmrles l:IlI'lll12llilIll. Iletty Vrziie. Il:irbar:i .lezlnne Arther. Nancy MeKelvie. Lois 1 , 1-rove, Jann Ihillips, Kathleen Iinseh, Mihlred Antlerson. John llolnlthwnit. Seeonrl li'0'1l': Lee Fiselier, Flair Ilealley, Ilill Allen. Homer Musgrave. Iiml Ihunilton, Ivan Ilobln. Jack Ilavis. .I:ieIc Lane. Sam Sehreiner. .lim Lowe, Ralph Kalloelt, HIC Honor Award Society is composed of all those students who have received activities keys. Students who have participated in activities throughout their three years in senior high school have the opportunity of receiving an activities award. XYhcn a student earns at least ninety points in a varied tield of activities, he is entitled to a key. If two hundred points are earned, a guard to the key is presented. No student can receive an activities key before his junior A semester. -X student may receive points from a vast number of activities, such as being a member of a squad or committee, a home-room otlicer, or perhaps for being' active in athletics. The Honor .Xward Committee, which is composed of at least six members one from each grade-keeps a record of activities points. The members of this committee are appointed by the lixecutive Committee and serve throughout their school term. 61 ... 3 HE annual activities banquet was held last May in the boys' gym. In the gym the guests found long rows of tables cleverly set with I.t'I7fIll0lI La1zz'cr1ls. used as place-cards. Foster tirose, the president of the Iixecutive lloard, presented the Senior High awards. Among these were the activities awards, athletic letters, National llonor Society pins, and cheerleader letters. The editors of the publica- tions and captains of athletic teams for the following year were announced. Tom Shields, president of the Student Council, presented the Junior High honor letters. The G. A. A. emblems were given out by liileen McQuillen. its presi- dent. The Principal's Trophy, given to the outstanding gentleman athlete, was awarded to Foster firose. Averell Daniel was elected to the Alumni Hall of Fame. The Chesterlield Cup, which is presented for scholarship, strong character. par- ticipation in activities, and services given to the school, was awarded to Ruth Reachler, the first girl to receive that honor. Dr. Lanfear, Dean of Men at the University of Pittsburgh, gave a philosoph- ical, yet amusing talk. 62 '7wffic Squacf First Row: Alyce Donges, Mary Lou Joseph. Connie Bleeclier. Virginia Dickey. Jeanne Willoughby Mildred Anderson. Florence Rick, Betty Craig, Septa Sanderson. Dorothy Bromwich, June lilva. Jane Robinson. Dorothy Brazel, Jane Haunnerly, .Elizabeth Hill, Jeanne Linn. lilllen Copeland. Mary Frances Connor. Second Row: Louise Wible. Nancy Stanier, Dorothy Morris. Ruth Heil. Barbara .le-anne Arthor, Barbara Babbitt, Mary Lee Bock, Mary Ochsenhirt, Edith Swartz, Mary Fleming, Bertha Beit- ler, Peggy Lewis, Isabelle Gup, Pat l'lam. Kathleen Lnsch, Jeanne Chalfant, Dorothy Mussicli. Marden Armstrong. Lucie Johnson. Alice Mc-Master. Betty Shakespeare. Marion Knohner. Third Row: Pat Ilelland. Jane Fuchs. Martie Linn. Dorothy Vegler, Peggy Matheny. Sally Daniels. Betty Volz, Gertrude Feisner, Janet Orr, Shirley Handel, Virginia Creehan. Margaret Kerri- gan, Dottie Lou Evans, Mary Louise Berkovitz, Lois Grove, Jean Dawson. Jeanne Ivory, Alice Hager, Dorothy Douglas, Louise Wild. Fourth Roir: Gordon Stewart, Jim Seifert, Timmy Giles, .lid Campbell. Hal t'alvert. Karl Sittler. Grant Evans, Don Denkle, Bob Mr-Nally, l'anl delienedictis. Philip Berkovitz. Bill Douglas. John Templeton, John Lewis, Glenn Heck, Roy McCutchen, Jack Cargo, John Clapperton, John McCall, Bob Drake. F-ifth Row: Jack Creehan, Ed Colaianni, Warren Deemer, Lee Fischer. Harold Vitte. Jack Blan- heimer, Fred Sanborn, Bill llugns, Bob Leathers, Irvan Roche. Alan Shriver, Ralph Kallock. Sixth Row: Don Barrett, Henry McCall, Jim Weisel, Jerome White, Howard Hanna, Dave Young. Bob Quitten. Bob Whitelock. llenry Massick, Charles Thompson, Mac Corner, Jack Bowlns. Allen Hurford, Charles Dimmick, Ray Jones, Beverly Lewis. Serenvth Now: Ward Powell. Boland Bowman. Bill Kane. Bob Richards. lltilllifl' Musgrave. Bois Hantce,dliin llnntsberger, Virgil Johnson, Bill Allen. Dick llorning, .lack Rice, Don Lewis. John ur or . NDIQR the sponsorship of Miss Rightmire, a student squad of one hundred and fifty members handles the traffic in our halls. The squad is composed of two divisions, the active officers and the reserves, who are chosen to fill any tem- porary vacancies which may occur. Supervising the work of the traffic squad is a committee consisting of the general chairman and four lioor chairmen. For the fall semester this committee consisted of Bill Allen, general chairman. Ray jones, chairman of the first tioor, Henry Massick, chairman of the second. Mildred Anderson, chairman of the third, and Albert Lammert, chairman of the ground Hoof. The secretary of the squad was Dorothy Morris. Dorothy Douglas was the chairman of the information squad, which is part of the traffic squad. For the spring semester the committee consisted of Ray jones, general chair- man, Henry Massick, chairman of the first floor, Dick Horning, chairman of the second, and Irvan Roche, chairman for the third floor. Dorothy Morris again served as secretary for the traffic squad and Dorothy Douglas continued as chair- man of the information squad. 63 .f .faq 1'lll'Nf lfmr: llulli 'lll'lllIlll'lUll. Lee I-'isclwiy .lack St:mIT, l'l1:n1'ls-s l:lll'llll5.Zlllllll. Hull: lln-il. lll2ll'3.Y!l1'0f Kei-riprun, llonu-1' Miisgiuive. Miss McClure, Ralph Knllfwk. Kaltlllcen LllSCll, Jermnc- Challfalit, Doris llisiwy, lvorotlly Gros:-. Swernul lfnlr: lie-fsy Anne l'l:mk, Iilizulretli llill. lflllll l'llSl'llUl', Blalrdeli Armsl1'o11g:. Nlill'lll1l Lose, Joe lxmlmel, Jllll Xleisil, Sillll S4'lll'l'lll4'l', li2llll0l'llll' lfl'2lllS9, liill Czllnpbell. Iii-tty Urnig. Joe Blllllllblllx, Miss Neliinairlcer. Miss ll2ll'll1lLI. lloh flilllllllwll, liuncan llrown, Isnlwllv Guy. Mildred Aliflwsoll, Peggy AlIlllli'llj'. llorollly ll0i11l1:11'll. llli l.elJanon Log, Mt. I.ClJLll10I1 High School's annual publication. aims to give the students a record of their high school days. The seniors receive special recognition, but in order to make it a book of general interest, a pictorial representation of all the grades and of all activities has been included. Joe Minnotte, the school's outstanding artist, sculptured figures out of clay. which were then photographed, and used as the frontispieces for the various sec- tions of the yearbook. The stress this year, as was true of the last edition, is placed on more and bet- ter picturesg consequently, the staff has consolidated the available written material in order to give more space to the posed and candid-camera pictures. In years to come it is hoped these pictures will recall more clearly to the students a picture of their schooldays. 64 .E 1' URING the past year the f.Cbl1IIUI1 l.i1111'w'11, eoimnznirlerecl hy eo--editors Ralph Kzilloclc :md John Goldthwziit, husiness mzmzlger, lletty lircnrieh, :md faculty sponsor, Miss llclgiiigliliii, has inerezised its imopulzlrity among the students of Nt, Lehzmoii lligh School lay the continued high stumlzml of work established in previous years. 'llhe introduction of c:mdid- ezlmerzi shots mzlde lay 1DllUtfJg'1'ZllJllC1'S .Xllen llurford, .loc Kimmel, :uid Newton Heisley, has seen added student interest in each issue of the l.lIlll'i'fH, :md the newly estzilvlished "XYz11it-:ul Section" has proved useful to many. Cllllgl'ZlllllllllUllS to the full staff for its complete csmwpeivltioii to give Klip Lehzmoii one ol' the finer school papers. Fi:-xt li'u1r: Ilorotlxy Kan-ssnu-r, lie-My 1':l'0Il1'iC'll, Mary McPolIum, Foiinic Illeeelu-l'. Nrvmzrl I.'mr: l'l'fl',Lfj' M:1ilu-ny. .Iuvk Nlzuiff, Blu! Ile-ynolds. Loix Grove, Iloln Daly. 'I'hirrl Ifnlr: Mildvwl Amlvrsoil. Holm RlvN:llly. Joe lillllllltll. Ruth H1-il. Warsl I'ow1-ll. l"unrfl: lfmrg Iivtty .lziue SIllllll4'lS, I.:-iiore 1iuWull, lliws Xll'lAIll1llllll, Alice Nh-uns, Virginia Mul- liollund. I"illl1 I.'n1l': lbivla lll'I'llS. Wsrrrvn Ile-4-nwr. llnlph Iiullovk. Hvoi':v l'HW:lI'1l. Ulallidm' xl1lI'l'lIlll1l. Allen llllI'l'UI'1l, llulln XYJIISUII. Bl5ll'lllll H1-l":1lI, John lioldlliwnil. 65 ,.,, . . . l 51 tlnnk xvlizxt inn 11 wunlml lu- lu lmvc Z1 rulc in 21 play :nul just wzlllq zmuniul llu- Stugc lacing yunrsm-lf. Sucli wa-1'c tlu- ni:ijm'ily ut' parts in tlu- ninclccn 1lii1'tyfg-iglil class play Hfil'CJWll1g' I'z1ins". Tlu- parts ul' Nli: :nul Mrs. Klcllityrc xvcim- tlu- only Cl1ZlI'2lClL'1' parts in tlu- play, convincingly plziywl lmy lim-ulliy' llunglzns :incl Howarfl llnnnzx, 'l'lu- lu.-5' lf- ilu- succcss of this uunu-fly lui' in its juvcnilu simplicity :nul in 11-liviiig tlu- juys :uul trials of mn' own growiiug pains wills llu- Mclntyrc cliilcln-ii. plziycml lmy llZll'lHl1'Il Ilznliliitl and Frank lizilu-r. .X g'l'C2xl mliim-uliiig juli was again turncri in lmy Miss Kzltlu-rzm SIUIIUI' :ls slu- Capably mul till-lcssly :lim-ctccl ilu- lZlI'Qk'Sl Crist L-VC1' to lic 1:11-si-lilc-rl in El Kll. l.L-lmrnumn vlziss play. incluclingg: Yirginizi lirzilmcr. Rulznul llmvinzin, Holm llt'l1lllZll1, llulm fwiliggi. Yii'g'ini:1 liiclwy, Mary Franca-s Llllllllllf, lszilu-llc limp, llUlllL'l' Musgrave, lim-m'gc lllzmlq, lilizzilu-lli llill, hlznu- Nclson, Zllkl llzin Rnlilm, Utlu-rs willuinl xvlunn the play would lizxvc lu-cn iiuwmiplctc wi-ir: Vaughn liorcly, lfllen Culu-lznul, lrvzm Riu-lu-, Ile.-an Faris, XYz11'i1-11 lJrL-xlcr, blvziniu- Cllilllilllll, .lack VVilsrmn, Klytc Duiigus, :nul QiHl1lllL' lllccclu-r. 66 H'lll1l'Ck' CllJ1'IlCI'Cll lXI11o11". il c11111111ly 111 thrcc 111115. lay tit-1't1'11mlc 'l'c111l4c111ogg'y. was pref sc11t1'1l hy thc hI:11111:11'y class flll Newt-111l11'1' 18 :1111l IU. 'l'hc story c1111cc1'11c1l :1 family 11'h11s1- s111:1ll 1111111110 hzul hem lust in thc st11clv111:11'l41-T crush. lClizz1l1etl1, Zl v1vz1ci1111s ylltlllg girl, was pluyctl hy l'lltl1'L'llCC Rick. lliltll llZ1l'VL'I' took thc pz11't of KCll116lll, thc chlt-st S1111 who hz1cl :11'q11i1'ccl :1 l'lEll'VElTtl :lc- ccnt. ,lim li1':1111u1' 11:15 lD1111g'l:1S, the S1111 x1'l111 llllltlglll hc hz11l cl1'z1111:1tic nhllity. The llilllj' lll. thc fz1111ily, lid, r1tl1c1'wisc Qlliltllll' M111'cl:1111l, 11:15 still 11111141-ml ZlllCI' hx' hls 111111111-1', ll mluzcml. 1'z1ttl1-fl11'z1i11f:cl 11111112111 Chill'- IlClL'l4lZCll by Milclrctl 1-X11clc1's1111. llill 1Xlle11, :ns l71'. Slk'N'CllS,l1t'llJQll thc l-Zlllllly to lcz11'11 to ht- p1'z11'tic:1l. 'l'l1c part uf lifmnlcl was lillitfll lay 'llctl llf1hlS111itl1. lluttic l.1111 l'1V2lllS. as Kitty, CllllVC11CLl thc 111-1't'111'111:111cc. .l2ll1L'l C Prr, ,lc1111y the foreign 111:1i1l, 11115 1111 z111111s111g cl1:11'z1ctc1' Miss liz1tl1c1':111 5111111-1' tliructctl this com- 1-ely which c1111111:11'1-tl f:1x'111'z1l1ly to thc movic '1111l st:1g'c 1'c1'si1111s. m7f12zee 6 l1'faan" G7 NDIQR Mr. Miescer's ahle direction the orchestra put in another busy season, It assisted at many functions: during intermissions of the class plays, at senior assembly, and for the -lanuary commencement. Many new instruments were acquired hy the organization this fall. Besides those added to the hand, there were a string bass, a cello. and two violas. Since it requires a long time to learn to play an instrument as difficult as the viola, no violas have appeared in the orchestra this year. However, when the violas can he used, the orchestra twith the added strength in the string sectionj will take on a richer tone. Mt. Lebanon's orchestra was well represented at the District Orchestra and also at the All-State Orchestra concerts sponsored by the Pennsylvania School Music Association. Mr. Miescer was a guest conductor at hoth of these concerts. Firrf Row: Phyllis Holloway, .lim Paulos, Wlarrcn Drexler, Ralph Koerher, Julia Randall, Dick Schaefer. Second Row: Barbara Brill, Alice Pillischer, Bob Klippel, Janies llarrison, janet Lewis, bl ack May. Third Role: Ruth Jolly, Mary Fleming, Martha llarlan, Marjorie Ruppclt, lid Colaianni, Ray Bower, Kurt Meuschke. Fourth Rmc: Ruth Fields, joe llallcr, lloward Bower, Virginia Perry. lfifllz Ix'ort': Dorothy Reinhard, Fred llarlan, Helene Schenck, Mary Louise Knight, Steve Rice, llarold Vittc, Margaret Ross, Chris Bauer, Ramona Moore. 68 Eancf First I-'olrz Flair lls-alley. Rlzirtin Arden. lletty Nlorm-land. l'lll'0lj'll 'I'll4lllltlN, hl3lI'f.Itll'l'l ll:-ell. llow ard llower. John Magnus, Kilylllllllll llower. lbieli Sclizlegi-l', Mallvin Sllllfl0l', llobert Al2llll1'j'. l1lllVl'ltlll'K' Rank. llerlieri Aniick, Scott Stanley. Ilob llnris. Sei-orul Noir: ltzilph Kalloek, Hugh l'rii'e, .lohn Uniiiplu-ll. Joe llailler. Ilill llot'l'in:in, llarry Ili-1' linger. Charles XIel'lelland. Javlc Krieger, Robert Nagel. .liin Nichol. .lurk Glvssiiei-. Iron Keapry. Ross Smith. lic-tty Goeliring, Anneita llegeliiiiiii, George I'owurrl. liill Llewellyn, .lini Holdnine. Third Noir: liilwnrd Colainnni. Marion llamli-rgrott. llelvnv Selienek. Ruth Jolly, Alice- Mr-iiiis. Ruth ltice, Virginia Perry, Rainona Moore. llnrry llliomles. George Fisher. lfourth Row: Martha Ilarlan, Margaret Ross, Mary Knight. llonnld Denkle, Gninn l'i-ice, Ulutrles Fessler, Chris Bauer, Bob Drake, Erroll Ili-xter. Toni Curr, l-'red llairlan. l'ijth Row: llill Rust, Dick Colgate, Jzunes t'li:ini1vion. llilly Sellors, Boll Rick. llollzl Miller. Six-H1 Noir: John Hannon. Jaek May. Stewart Cliaunpion, Grunt livnns. Kurt Monselilu-. Sleplufn Rice. Bill Tattersall, Jack Vogel, Bill Baker, Charles lloiinan, Ilob Keene. HIS year the band, under the direction of M r. Miescer, has again taken a large part in school activities. Une of the chief functions of the band was to provide entertainment for the football fans between halves of every game. ln addition to this the band was featured on a P. T. A. program in .Ianuaryg in lilay, the annual band concert was held. These concerts were given by the concert band of sixty-live members. ln the fall the band acquired many new instruments among which were :1 bassoon, a larger drum, four lfrench horns, a bass clarinet, two alto clarinets, two snare drums, and a sousaphone. A junior band of about forty-live students was formed also. Linder the auspices of the Pennsylvania School Music ,'Xssociation, both Dis- trict and All-State Rand concerts were given. At each of these Mt. Lebanon was well represented. Mr. Mieseer was a guest conductor at both of these concerts. Clair Heatley, drum major of the band, again thrilled fans at the games with his spectacular baton tvvirling. Another outstanding member of the band is Robert Nagel, who was featured as cornet soloist on a nation-wide broadcast from Cincin- nati. 69 C11 .Xg11111s1 Z1 11111'11g'1'11111111 111. S111JXY'L121I7lJL'11 111111111111i11s, 1C11f X"lIA11 11111-g's 111115112 11Zl11Y1' Y1l1'XX'L'Q1Zll1 1'11S11l1I11'S, 1Q11g11s11 s1111111's 111 1111- 187113, 111'11f 11'1111 1111111'1s. 111111 1111- 1421111011 Y111'111k'l'Il 1.1g'111s. 511. 1.1'11I111' 1111 111g11 1111501111111 11111 111111- 1-1111 "N111'11'1-gi1111 Nights" 111s1 :11'1'11. T116 1-1110 111 11l'1L'Q was sung' 115' .1IlL'1i 11Zl1111L'1111L'1', 111111 911111115' 112ll1l1L'1, 118 Ni1111, 111115111 11111111s111- 111111. 111111111 K1111 1, 111111 11L'11I'gL' 1.11111 11111111 111511111 K1Z11'11IZl11l11iC. , . 511111 SC111'1'1l11'l', !11'Zlll 17111151111 11111 .x111'Il 11111111111 1111111-11111111 19 Il 111111111 011111111-. f111L'1'. 111-11-Qs 11Q1'111, was ll1Zlf'L'l1 111' 11111 XX'11S1111. 1101: was 111111111111 1111g'111'- 1111111151111 11115 11111'11'11x'1-11 111' .lim ll1ii1tsl1ci'gg'vr, llznl lul- wrt, llillll lluglius. :mil fllll' misc llillizml c:1x'm'1c4l :is llzms, Nils, .Xrmg :mcl hlzm. nziliws of NUl'WZlf', -lziclc Slzmllf llulmlyn Quail, Ruth Slxinlvy, :mil lflcvm- livziriclf mmlc up ilu- Cfwiiiglmi liillll' ily, lfnglisli visitms. -luck lilippvl was Il Nmxwgizlli lmlicciiizlli. L l1:11'z1clc1's 111 thc ilrczmi, Il 1ll'1lIllZlllZilll4lll uf li 1' i c "lk-vi' liyut SllllL'H. xxx-11-2 IR-vi' Clint, lm- liimmclg Sol- xm--ig, AlZll'lll1l Klclfnllg xlflllll' lain King, fin-imiggn' L'mx':mlI llis KlZlllQ'l1ll'I', Lf li :1 1' l u l 1 L- Schultz, llcmlil uf The l'rw- plicl, llvlly -lum l'mc1m'g iXnit1':1, l'iilL'k'Il llill zmil hlvzinm- lwry: :mil .Xs:1, lms lY11ra1llll1l'll. Hrs. -l2llllL'Stlll, :ls mliiwclm, was :lssistwl lsy Kliss Sl4Jllk'l' :mil Miss lhmlrl. -1- MR Boys' -- HiY -M---In C,-X13INli'l' lfirxl lfwzv: M1113 I.HlliSt'vl1rS1'1bll. lin-rnicc l.inm-rl. IQKIHLI Dluhuslmm, lluuriclizm llrzuul, .Svfmlrf lx'.f:vi Iiurullmy XIZKSSICIK, Vvggy NI1lll!k'llj, Mies Tglylwr, Jam-t Cilcs, Nzuwy XICKQ C.-Xl il N Ifl' luck C'zl1'g'w, Ilzm Ililf, Mr. Urmvn, fin-m'gc Hlzmk, 72 glee ew HF Mt. Lebzmon High School Glee Club, under the baton of Mrs. hlameson. has just completed its second organized year. Declced out in new choral robes. the Glee Club has given numerous programs for various school and civic organizations. ,Xt Christmas time it cooperated with Miss Sloner's dramatic group in presenting a program for the High School I'.T..fX. in the XY:ishington ,-Xuditorium. When Mrs. 'lameson came to Mt. Lebzlnon, as Miss Hertzler, in the fall of 1935, and began the organization of a choral group, she was accorded much acclaim. N'Yith the help of -lack Stault, the lirst student inzinziger, and 'lane Sehlough, who succeeded him this year, an organization with voices and a reper- toire that might well be envied by an older school, has been developed. .-Xdmission into the filee Club is by trial and selection by the music instructor, and High School activities points are awarded for participation. This is Mrs. hlameson's last year as music supervisor in Mt. Lebanon High, but she has left a permanent mark in the form of a Glee Club Composed of willing and trained singers. l'ir.wt I.'nir': Xnney Klelielvie. I-Ileene IiK'Rll'll'li. Hairy June Kennn. Ilorothy Klreiner. Joann ,X1l:nns, .lane Si-Iilongb, Xlrs. .l:nneson. Iiob llzivis. llill l'n1lerwooiI. lid 'l'nyIo1'. Ilonanlil linlloek. llill Si-oil, .lnek llzirsiwielc. I-Zinily l4'erg:ns. xlill'-llll'l1' Ilnll. Ilelen llililis, AI2ll'j4ll'j' xYl'Hl.lll'l'W2lX. Maury 1':ilnpell. lfdnn Johnston, Shirley llunilel. iV1'f'0llII Ifmr: Jenn lhlwson, Ilelly tiny, li1'l'll2l1ll'llt' Iillll'I'1llll'lli. Ileity .Ienn I'l'I!l'l4ll', Aliee Louise linger. lleryl Yineent, Vlnii' llezitley, Lee l'llN1fllt'l', llnl l'2llVl'I'l, .lini llnnlsluereer. I':lnI llnglies, linlli Nlnnley. NlJll'p1'2ll'l'l Say, Louise XYilil, Peggy Mnlbeny, Elspeth .Iol'il:ln, Ann llnylis. Iilnry lfrzlnees Connor. 'i'l1iril Ifnir: Nziney Osbourne. Al2lI'21ll'l'l'. Ross, Jenn J'lYl'l'll2ll'l. Nl:irg:n'et Xl:ll'lsoll', Lois Woodluirii. Iboroiliy Unites, liob Keene, .lI'Yilll Iloelie. Ilnlpll Knlloek. Sain: Selireiner, .lui-Is Xlilllllt'illll'l', Joe l'ii':lino. Xnlzilie Cole. filnry .lane Knoif, Ilnih 'll1'IlllDll1lllll. Ruth flllllflXVIlX. l"l'l'4llllllIl iieplinrl. t'b:lrlolle S1'llllllZ. l"nio'Il1 l.'u11': Nlziry .lenn llzirrelt, Irene xl2llll!lt'X, 1I:u'g:ll'eI Osbourne, Ed t'oI:1i:lnni, llzirry Rowe, Warren l70l'lII1'I'. Allen llnrI'oriI, George l'ow:ird, .lolin l'iIIlllilN'll, liiek llorning, George L:li:y, llob Snnmls. 1'h:il'les llinnniek. lloblyn Quail, llelty Craig, Ellen Copeland. NT L 73 livauty and lhv boast Happy about the uhole thing., On parolv Picket line Quiet plc-asc! Major linwvs lflllilllillg' Five' pretty girls 'I'mn'll6 limin trusters ENE WN-st Iv! G4-urgo XYnshington l"m'wzu'al lllil-l'I'h! Spun' ribs Out in from Wm- is us! Hin-! You ,QQUI '0lll, now kvvp '0lll. Ilnn't lv! thv vat out nl' the bug. Ovvr the top. You name it. I 1- 4-1 I I r . A: , .- .- . ., q HL ' v , J ' . -.x ' '. ' ' 'g xp- . M x - .4 yd - , , ,Am , 'M , ,L M . , . y . ff iQ lg t , -,, V., h-in ui, h, kr Q. " W :ffm v o 75 60,64 Art ............ Arts and Crafts . . . Checkers ...... Checkers ...... Cheerleaders ..... Chemistry . . . Chess .... Chorus .... Dramatic .... Dramatic ......... .... Driving ............ ..... Economic Problems Esquire .......... Fencing ..... Gym Skills .... Hobby ..... Hostess .... Knitting . . . Knitting . . . . . . Kodak ......... Model Airplane . . . Ping-Pong .... Ping-Pong . . . Puppet .... Puzzle ........ Quarterback . . . Radio ..... Red Cross ....... Rifle ............. ..... Rouncl-the-World . . . . . . , . Slide Rule ...... Sports Discussion . . . . . . . Sports Discussion . . . . . . . Sports Discussion . . . . . . . . Stamps ........... ..... Story Hour .... Story Hour . . Typing .... Miss Harling Miss Johnson Mr. Geise Mr. Fisher Miss Hindman Mr. Shaner Mr. Laderer Mrs. Jameson Miss Stoner Miss jordan Mr. Sisson, Mr. Peterson Mr. Schade Miss Miller Mr. Konvolinka Mr. Morgan Miss Gordon Miss Fish Miss Beck Miss Grove Miss Kekilty, Miss Holliday, Mr. Grimes Mr. Shultz Miss Fisher Miss Bulger Miss Pickens Miss Smith Mr. Luecht Mr. Keifer Miss Zechman Mr. Streams Miss Zahniser Mr Stafford Mr. Glafka Mr Hogg Mr. Brown Mr. Ford Mrs. Lytle Miss Maguire Miss Kerr 76 C p O O,b' 'n' 6 C ' ."" Ono n ...os: ...:,Bgu.,vn .D stslirn. 8,1 Q .Q .5 s.g:.'.lgm1.Lt 9 QQ ,A n.A'Q C. .' V ..,g1':??gg: ' s . .. P Q' 'A' 5' O' 1 0 'Q "1 5 -v I if .Qt ... ',:Q.4 . . .Q .21 .1 5 5 ' "' ' lg la 5 0 , 5 vfl ,QA ' 05' Q I O , ' '.' 'Q X 'inc' "st lag. so? lg . ".,',. 'V K . .QQ W ff : '. 3 nn , vw' i sl l L. A- C l A. .i.4. 0 Ogg. 4 Q A .1 .. ' X! Q A a. 0 al' I ,I 0 '7lw 40141 gleam Line: lion Jones. llzlrry Slwpzwtl, Bob Malrxnion. Hap Langstaff, lid Haunilton, Bob Day, Dan Robb. Iiuckjicld: Bob Ufer, Mnnns Scott, Jack Fischer, Frank Baker. lflli 1937 edition of the Mount Lebanon Blue Devils, by winning' eight games and losing only one, compiled the greatest record in the school's his- tory. The light, fast, hard-blocking line worked wonders against its bigger but slower opponents. Uffensively no lineman stood out, but Captain Fischer's block- ing and Bob Ufer's running showed best in the baclctield. Robb and Langstaft ap- peared best on defense, but the entire line was strong in this department. The fact that no team scored through our line and only 19 points were scored by our opponents shows the defensive strength. Prospects for next year appear bright, but Coach Luecht must still find capa- ble replacements for Robb, Jones, Fischer, and Ufer. Next year's team will be built around Langstaff, lX'larmion. Scott. llamilton, Campbell, Donahoe, and VVhite- lock with Potts, Zama, Lang, llernhard, Flanigan, and DeI.ong'a as the most likely replacements. 78 45,1414 rllf. 1.6170710111 6 Szuisxvalt' O Tlw lllountics npenecl the 1937 scasun by ClOXYlllllg Swissvalc in 21 thrilling game, l.CZllLl1'l'll by two great goal linu stands by thc liluc ancl Gold. A sccmul pasS'f9cntt to Roblmfnettctl thc only Score. .llf, 111111111111 14 S111-ztu' U .l'lf3Z'tlLll'l11,Q' sensational linc play by Hap Langstallf. small right guarml, thc Mnuntics bnriecl Stowe unclcr an ax'alancl1c uf power. L'fcr scorcrl twice to cncl long clriycs anal also ftnnblccl on the goal linc tu lust- anotltcr score. 'lllw smash- ing Mnullties' clefense stopped the class champs cnlfl. .llf. 111111111111 0 D111'1111111f 12 llacl breaks, pum'l1l11clci11g, antl no pass t'11x'e1'age rvsultccl in the bllJllI1l.lL'S' only mln-foal of the season. l'Xltl1Ullg'l'l they out-g'ainu1l lJm'1nunt in every clepartlncnt of llnl QAZIINU, they cnultl never reach pay flirt. lixcuscs are not nffcrccl, but later 1lt'l'l-0I'I'I'l2l1lCCS prnvccl that thc Mounties rlicl not slum' tlwir best at llormnnt. First l.'1111': Hub Al2lI'lIll4lll, lion .T1mn1-s. Ilnb l'fl'l'. liml Illllllllltlll. l"l'iIllli llalu'r. llrln llubb, limb Daly, ll2ll'I'X Nlll'IIIll'4l. AIRIIIIIS Scott. .lark 1'llSl'llk'l', Ilap I.:1ngst:1t'l'. N11-111111 l.'1111'3 .Xss't l'u:wh Alnrunn. I-'rx-11 Lung, Hill ll2IIll1Ill1'll, limb WIN-4-lm-1'. .lzwk Lunu. limb Von- lllllll. lie-:is Martin. Ihnb l:l'2lllX. flU1ll'll I.llI'k'll'l. 'l'l1i1'1I 1.'o1t': limb Llfilllli. Juv Imnzlllm-, .lill'li l12ll'2l'X. XV:lrrm-11 l:l'l'llllill'll, f'll:l1'Ivs l'lQlll'l'lll2lll, liavc lloyd, I-'r1111'f11 I-'1111': Ilunl ltllilllllilll. llill Zillllil. limb xVlllli'l4N'li. liill All1'll. lil'1l1 lt'u11': liill NIvt'm-. Hoy llvI,u11u':n, Xllll'l'2lj' Potts. 79 BS 4 First lfmv: llorsoy Limllnw, Mgr., Gene Sinoot. Mgr., Harold Ilnvison, lid llnmel, Freil lllzun, Ifliusvnv Ali-Ginniss. .lnvk Allll9l'l,'IP, Ed Uhllllllwll, Mgr., Hordoix Stewart, Mgr. Second Huw: Art Keifer. Milford Dublin, Wallace Slutt. Ilnrry Laulnnert, .lim "l'urncr, Louis May, Jack Mnrsllall, llarolsl l:llC'llQl', Jack Shields, Glenn llevlc. Tllirfl Huw: Hill linker. Flnrk Hogsett. Don Iil'2llllI'l', have Young, Alex Uopetas, Judd Jenkins, John Stewart, George llulmlme, Jesse llullison. Lee Ferrell, Jinx Springer. 1f'ou1'tl1, Hom: Coneli lie-il'i-r. llob Wilkinson. Toni Illanl, Ken DeJohn, Cluirles Clarke, Fred Krug, Clarke BlCC0l'Ill2lK'. Hill t'rnnston, Bob Quigg, Jael: Ilallnnl, Juelz Livingston. illt. Lebanon 25 WCSfi7IfjIl0'lt.VC 7 Rebounding violently from their loss at Dormont, the Mounties hit their stride and ran Wild. Ufer, Scott, and Fischer teamed to score the first marker, with Ufer, Baker, and Robb adding the remaining points. Flff. Lebanon 20 Srlzmzlvy 0 Still on the upswing, the Mounties crashed the city team in the year's roughest game. Scott scored twice, early in the game, and Ufer added a third. Patter- son, Sehenley's colored Hash, caused the boys many anxious moments with his passing and running. Q- Nt. Lebanon 33 Cmfiim 0 Playing as poorly as they did at any time during the season, the lllue Devils yet outplayed a small, weak, Crafton team in a game Without thrills. Ufer, Lane, and Hamilton did all the scoring, but many other fine scoring chances were lost through fumbles and dropped passes. 80 eswim gllf, f,UfJtllllIlI 19 ll"t1sl1i1lylml tl Before 7,000 cheering' fans the Blounties tlownerl VYZlSlllIlQ'llJ1l in a grnelling. harcl-fought night game. Sensational line play by the lllounties featurecl the con! test, which Shnwecl the lllue ancl Gold at their best. L'fer scnretl all the points, but fumbles helrl the score flown. XNvZlSlllllQ'l1llllS XN'L'llCl' was agreed upon as the best back llelrler seen by the lllonnties this season. .llf. l.t'l1t11m11 27 l.tlll!fIt',Y ll Semiiig' twice in the lirst antl once in the thirtl ancl fourth periods, the Bloun- ties entletl their scheclulerl season with an easy. uninteresting' win. Ufer's three scores anfl VVliiteloel4's last periocl score macle victory sure. .lll. 146171111011 13 .-luzlwridgft' ll llattling' on a wet, cultl helcl, the Monnties enclecl the Season with a victory over the big Ambriclge team. Sliowing' at spotty offense anal a great goal line stanrl. the Blue ancl Gold won their eighth game of the Season with Frank llalcer in the liertfs rule. lfrank savetl the clay by breaking' up anal intercepting the ,'Xmbritlg'e passes :intl finally elinehiug the game with a tonchtlown. Ufer senrecl in the see- oml quarter. Ifirsl Ifmr: Huh litlllnimlxmi. Wnllvr 'l':lj'l0l'. llulmrt t"liiw-rs. lid lluuslt-y, llill llull, .lim Xlt'Y:ly. liob lI:nnt'nr4l. Iinwtm' Ni-lsnn. llill llnris, flllllt'li Hans. .lulln lvllllll. N4'4'llllll Noir: tlenrgv fll'lllliNlliIllli, .Inv llzuwly. Huy .Klllit'll. llill llnkm-l'. Russ Ulntly, Ilnly l'l:nrlw. Ilivli tlrnnt. Hill .Xrllwr. llny Ilnhls. '."l1ir1l lfmr: Karl Sitllvr, linger lla' .lHllll. Imn lVllllIllIlS, .lzlvlc Wnrll, llicli Mills, liivk l-lrnns, Lnnis Ringling. Tim Giles. .lnelc fll1llIIN'l'l0ll. .lim llnvivs. l'o:ll'il1 Ifnzr: llnh lmwis. limb XI1't'1n-. .llbllll xlIlll'II!'1IN, liwlv Ilngns. Alun We-:ullwlw-ll, Wes Vlilllllllll. Wnllzwt- llnnl. ltlllswnrlll llIll'I'lN. Fruit-In l'm-Ivrsnn. 81 lllS year witnessecl the formation of the hrst soccer team to represent Mt. Lelxanon. Soccer is listecl in the W'.l".l..X.1.. lfarly in the spring' M r. lylorgan callecl for applicants for this new sport. The response was Vhearten- ing ancl Mr. lylorgan formed a hue team in a remarkably short time. lt con- sistetl of thirty memlmers, letl by acting-captain Tom .-Xston. The scheclule consisterl of six section games with three exhibition games. 'lihe league games were two each with liriclgeville, Clark, and South Fayette. VX'hen this book went to press, the teams stoocl in good place for the section championship. Next year they hope to get a bigger scheclule. 'Ilhey also aim to exchange their make-shift equipment for stanclarcl equipment. The formation of a soccer elul: anml an intramural set-up is likewise plannecl. The purpose of the intra- mural games will lie to choose the best players for the team. Only four players were lost hy ggrafluation. Mr. Morgan was also encouragecl hy the interest rlis- playecl by the stuclent hotly. Ifiml l.'o:r: Iirnneth llilllillill. NY:ilter t'ziy:1loritm-li. liill ilolimzin. llenry Kenton, Iloh Nolie. .Iohn Sowt-rs, Num Aston, I.ou Iienkns. Nertnnal ltmrg Mike Litwin, t'i1:xrles lirikson, llill Alwizuis. t'lmr1es Smith, Mike Ilnlslci, Blu1'1'ay Pulls, ,luek Shields. .lim '1ll1lll0l', liolr Stutt. Tllirrl ln'YlIl'I Holm Popp. lhirolsl Lang. Iloy Iltqdlllgil. lliek l:llIt'I', .lim 1'liSt'lll'l'. George xv2ll'XYl1flC tllxinzisrerl. IC4l llnmel. t'o:1eli Morgan. llolv Ifrzlnlq. Tom Aston. Roh NU-lu-i'. I-luuene Meliiiniiss, Willis Nolle, 82 W! lHli'Nf li'olt': Mr. lieitl-x'. llill 'l':itte1'sa1l, 1':1ul ti:11'x'el'. 'Fell tioltlsmith. .N , ,. , , , . , , . . Mt-und lioirz I-ill lxrzlmer. thzirles Allsop, .lim lXl'2llllt'l'. lioh AWIIIEQI, .lnek linker. llli first golf team that ever representetl Mt. l.ehanon lliggh School got a line start hy winning the tirst live out of six scheclulecl matches. liach of three schools was played twice. once at home and once away. Kleliees Rocks was flefeatecl l3 to 3 ancl 15 to 03 llrirlgeville was likewise clownetl lflbf to 414 and ll to 4. Sewickley was heaten at Mt. Lebanon 9 to 6 but provetl to he the stumhlin,Q' hloek when they defeated us SM to llV'fQ on their home ter- ritory. Our team was marle up of eight memhers. llill liramer ancl Charles Alsopp held clown positions, numbers l anal 2, the entire season. lloth of these boys were sent to the state championship matches hut failecl to place. The team reached the semi-finals after defeating Shaclysitle 8 to 7 at XVestmorelantl Country Cluh. They lost, however, to Kislci at Ualcmont 15 to 0, encling' a very successful first season. 83 ,flswm OUNT ,l,lCI'lANON'S basketball team successfully closed its league season with a long-sought-for victory over Dormont, clinching second place in Section 8 and finishing only one game behind Dormont. The '37-'38 season was Mr. Glafka's most successful season since he became coach of basketball at Mt. Lebanon. The total team record was twelve victories against eight defeats. lly the end of the tirst half the Illounties had taken three out of six league games. lt seemed as though the loss of Bob Ufer and jack Lane would handicap the team considerably, but W'arren Yieth, a newcomer, and "Lefty" ,Xndrews rounded into shape nicely and gained starting positions on the lineup. The second half saw the cagers at their best, winning nve of the six league games. The lllue and Gold played the usual twenty-one games. They placed two games with each of the other section teams: Dormont, Stowe, Carnegie, Crafton. NlcKees Rocks, and Coraopolis. The inter-sectional games included home and away games with Brentwood and Central Catholic, and single games with Vtash- ington, McKeesport, and the Alumni. The Faculty-Senior contest was substi- tuted for the last xmsiiiiigtaii game. First lfmr: Gordon Stewart, .Iaelc Ilerg. ltay Jones. Jack Shields. Iflml Cipriauo, Ilomaine Amlri-ws, Ed t':uuphell. Nrronll Ifnlrz NIV. l'ets-rsou. li'r:inli linker. lhulu I-I.1'l'. lid llamilton, XYIIITUII Yll'Ill. .lar-li I42lIIi', NIV. tilzuflm, 84 Esqaailg Firxl How: l-Id l':unplmell. Iioh tfrowell, Doug Vopelzillil. .Inek Alhlerige, Gordon Sh-w:11't. Sea-mul 1i'nu': John l"ilzp:er:1l4l, llenry Metfnll, NV:n'd Imelwne. Jim Zook. Dean Kroh, John I':IlHllSll. Tllinl Hou-: Mr. Peterson, Bill Kramer, liill lllellinn, have Young, Ibiek lleiu-ox, .lui-It lliee. XVith Captain Hamilton back for a half year and VVarren Vieth, "Lefty", .-Xndrews, lid Cipriano, and Bill McMinn back for the full year, the outlook for the '38-'39 season is exceptionally good, and the team hopes to capture the seetional title. The "BU squad played the preliminary games for all but three of the var- sity games. They were just as successful as the "A" squad, winning ten out of eighteen games. The "R" squad, ably coached by Mr. Peterson, was led by Alex Copetas, john Fitzgerald and Dick Heacox. Both Copetas and Fitzgerald held their positions for the lirst half and then were promoted to the varsity, to be replaced by Dave Young and NVarrl Duchene. 85 fnhammal gazlkelldaff l,'AI"l'AINS ANI? 1l,XN.UiIlIIS l'lI'-YI' lfuvr: Ilnln-rl tmlvs. 1'lliVPl'f lfulvalrt. 1,'I1:1l'll's IIllI'l1',Y. .Xlxiu liyx-1'. .Ulu-rl lmxis. Vzllvill II III lllilll, .lim lfe-islvy. Plum-la llzllls, Huy Ii1lW4'l', limb 1'l:l1l.x. M'4'ull4l Ifuzrz Mr. Sisxull. limb I:5ll'hl'llXY. XYIll'l'l1ll 1illXVill'1ls. .Iulm lvlillll. llulu-rl llnnks. Iluss S N1-ull' Stnnlvy. Wnltvl' Sbllllllllll. llill .XI'lllPl'. 'l'I1iraI Ifolr: Nixflc Y:1li4'a-nli. Juv SlMx':1l'i. Iluh 1"ll'ihl'lIZllll'l', lim-rl llnuulnin. Hs-urgv llmmlnm-, lub lfilltllbll, Iiirla IGYZAIIN, llnlr Imvis. Louis lliugliug. l'nurfll Ifnrr: I':lul Sllalnur, .lulln Lewis, Huh I:!lk1'l'. Jim Ilwlfly, Ilnrry Allll'lllIj', llzly llubh, ' 1r'Nlvli:1, Dun liindschi. Lumix GITIIIJIIII. Luis timw-. YiI'2illi2l lil'iIlH'l'. .lnnv Vlnlllipx. Imrullly Sl'lllI4'iSl'l'. Kzlihln-1-n Lusvh 86 XVRlCS'l'l.lNti team of which Mt. Lebanon slioultl be proutl was turnecl out by Coach l.ueeht even though he was helcl back by laelq of men in certain weights. A few were lost to the team because of illness. This short- age of men resulted in the team's losing from ten to fifteen points in every matchg nevertheless, it made a good showing. The grapplers closed the season by splitting two matches with Dormont, taking two from Shadyside, one from Carmiehaels, losing one, and tying one with Greensburg. This maile a total of four won, two lost, and one clraw. Honorable mention goes to Langstatf, Getty, Graham, and ilaeger, who clicl much to help the team along. i t i' 1'llI'Nf I-'mfg Huy l1l'3lllll0ll. H111 Slioll, .lim llylunil. Ilap l,:lng:sl:1Il. t'o:1eh Llllwlll, Stanley Sll1'1Hll'll. Ililhi-1' Xl0l'j.'I2lll. l':1ul Getty. Nl'f'0lI1I ln'llll'Z llzlve Iioytl, Walter Mel':lin, .lolan 1'lllll'l'lllll. limb Popp. 1'l:u-ke AliiC4Il'llIQll', Glenn II4-ek. Walt livnnerly. Lou Ilenlcns. 'I'hir1l lforr: Louie Hralhaln. liiek Knowlson. l':lul SlHIll0I'. .lolln Ilnrry. AI flllllN'l'lSlbll, ll:u'ry lh-nz, live l'l0l'I'f'll. 87 Fira! llnzrz Cyril IlO1l0gllllx', Hoy 1l0Clllt'll4'll. Ilill Llewellyn, Hill linker. Ncwmzl Noir: Bob llanee. Carl Iletz. Mr. Konvollnka, llnrry Rowe, Bob Wyeolt. HE Fencing Club, perhaps the most recent sport to be undertaken at Mount Lebanon, was started in the spring of '37, Under the direction of Mr. lionvolinka, it has become one of the foremost fencing groups of Nllestern Penn- sylvania, After two months of practice, club eliminations were held and a team made up of Bill Baker, Carl Betz, Cyril Donoghue, Rob Hance, and llill Llewellyn was chosen. ln the annual tournament of the Amateur lfencers' League of America held in Pittsburgh at Schenley High, the team as a whole won the foil championship of XVestern Pennsylvania. The results of the first elimination of this tournament found a good representation of Mount Lebanon fencers among the leaders. Bob llance placed first. Cyril Donoghue second, Carl Betz fourth, and 'llill Llewellyn lifth. ln the finals, Bob Hance placed first and llill Llewellyn placed second. The team has given exhibitions at basketball games, at the conference of Physical lfdu- cation Teachers of Pennsylvania, and at Forest Hills High School. The chief purpose of the club is to act as a social intermediary between thc boys of other high school clubs and those of Mount Lebanon, rather than as a competitive intermediary. 88 1412 HIC rifle team has had a sneeessful season in this, its lirst year of competition. After getting off to a slow start by losing the two opening matches by a small margin to Turtle Creek, it rounded into shape and easily defeated 'l'arentum and Nillvale. ln the next mateh lftna proved vietor by sixteen points, the most any team has ever beaten Nlt. l-ebanon's rifle team. .Xgain the team won a match from ,llZlI'CIllL1lll, following this with two victories over Dormont and a second over Millvale. This totals to six victories in contrast to three defeats. Paul Shanor has consistently been the high-point man of the team. He has had an average of almost ninetyfeight out of a possible one hundred. The team, chosen by competitive elimination from the Rille Club, is eoaehed by Mr. Streams. It finances all of its undertakings, and the team, as well as the club members, buys all its own equipment. if 1' 'Ir First How: lloli Weber, Paul Sllanor, Don Gregg. Bob Newell. brvniicl Iluicz Paul Murphy, llill Stout. Mr. Streams. Juelz XVH.lNl1. Jim Reddy. 89 'Lada MT. LEBANON'S 1937 track team, under the coaching of Mr. Sisson. had a successful season. Beside three dual meets there was a triangular meet com- posed of McKees Rocks, Mt. Lebanon, and Dormont. Mt. Lebanon finished second with thirty-six points. In the independent district meet Mt. Lebanon Finished fourth with twelve points. Outstanding performances of the season were Bob Ufer in 100, 200, and 440 yard dashes, Charles Conover in hurdles and pole vault- ingg Claude Moreland in the mile rung and Don Lewis in discus thowing. Zama, Robb, Grose, Whitelock, Prescott, and Alderson also did some good work. The outstanding star of the season and probably the best runner Mt. Lebanon has ever had was Bob Ufer. He won a total of thirteen first places in the regular track season. Records were set in the district meet and the NV. P. I. A. l.. meet in the 440 yard dash by Ufer, the latter race having been run in 50.8 seconds. In the state meet at Penn State he finished third in a remarkably fast high school quarter mile, the winning time being 49.1 seconds. First Row: Bob Campbell, jack Prescott, Bob Day, Bob NVhitelock, Claude Moreland. Second Raw: Dick Knowlson, Roy DeLonga, Bob Marmion, Bill Zuma, lfostcr Grosc, Charles Conover, Bob Ufcr, XN'altcr McCain. Third Row: Mr. Sisson, Howard Alderson, Jack Largey, Dan Robb, Bill Allen, llenry McCall, ,lack Shields, lion Lewis, Mr. Glafka, 90 I' M.. l'i1'l'.t'f Row: Joe Salisbury, -lack O'llricn, jack Soutliwortli, llzirry llencler, ,lack l.anu, lfrl Logan. .X'i'rmuI Row: Hob Simonsen, Dick lleacox. Ralph Routsong, lack Roberts, Rob xVLlSl1l1- baugh, George Blank, Mr. Doak. Mount l.ebanon's 1937 tennis season closed with the raequeteers taking nine games out of a possible twelve. Meliees Rocks, Crafton, Briclgeville, and Arnold schools each lost two games to our boys, while the Carnegie Tech Plebes mliyidecl two games with the players. Shaclysicle ancl Yannlergrift each won a game, these being the only complete defeats Mt. Lebanon suffered. Of last year's team only two remain, George Blank and .lack Southworth, who is Captain-elect for the coming year. Jack Roberts, joe Salisbury, Harry Bender, Jack Lane, and Bob Simonsen, the former manager, have graduated, while lloh VVashabaugh has movecl. The new team will be composed of lX'l at Reynolds, manager, .lack Southworth, George Blank, Dick Heacox, Jack U'Hrien and lilsma llrooks. For the tirst time tennis will be listed uncler the XY. P. l. A. l.. and Mr. Doak, the chairman of the tennis league, will have the responsibility of making up all schedules. Bl My A Z. . . l".'i-sl Iroir: .I:it-quit-liiin Alt-x:ititlt-i'. Margery Ilnnnnerly. ltetty Sll2llit'H11f'Hl'9. Shirley Stevoiisoii. lit-tty Lone, Mniwvlln llofriulitvr. Mary C'onaway, Ifllaine Alex:tinler. Mary Ellen Metfonnt-II, tilt-nys Mt-clit-iii, lit-tty llziyiws. June tfliristinan, K:illn-riiit- tilt-nn, lflnnice Smith, Nrvoiirl Nutr: Snzninim- llI':lWi'lll'tl. Janne Bnllions. Yirgriniai lleron, Dorothy St:inI't'. Ili-tty Mclive. llernit-0 llarris, Iiorothy 15l0f1lillt'5', Ruth Gordy, FlllI'l'Ill'P Dutton, Marilyn fl2lVIlll5lHll1 Ilillie .lean Ilnlwr. Ii:irli:ir:t lint-on. Yliirtl Noir: Miss 1':irkt-r. Lois Grove, Dottie Lou Evans. Anne Charters, Martie Linn. Mary Aliee llee, Itnrlinmt .Ie-aiiine Ai-tlier, Imris Joseph, .leanne Linn, Clara .lnspert, Alive Mt-Minster, Lois Stiickeiiiaui, Miss Mellonnlil. 'AA Sport lfor livery tiirl And livery Girl A Sport" is the aim of the Girls' Ath- letic Association. In the Senior High the major sports are baslcetlmall, mushball, volley hall, soc- cer, cage hall, and hockey. Minor sports include tennis, horseshoes, liadminton, and tenilcoit. Archery is open only to twelfth graders. junior High sports include dodge liat lizill, interference, newcomb ball, mushliall, mass tenikoit, soccer, paddle tennis, and shuffle hoard. The ti. A. A. Council, consisting of the otiicers, managers, and assistant man- agers, is the governing hotly of the Senior High sports. The 'lunior High Council has charge of the junior High league. To earn a major sport letter, a girl must have thirty-two points distriliutetl equally in at least four major sports and must rank in the upper ten percent of those taking part. A player, wishing to eat'n a minor sport letter, niust distriliute her points equally in three minor sports and must lie in the upper four percent ot' the participants in them. OFFICERS FOR 1937-1938 Senior High Junior High l"res'ident ..... . . .l3A1tn,x1tA JEANNIQ .-Xi:'riii-:ii ..... RUTH GURDY Vice-Pixxsitlciit ..... . . . hiARY DEE ..... ....... . . . ELAINE ALEXANIDI-Ili .S'vrretary-Treasurer . . . Doxis josi-gen . . . . .GLENYS Miscnmi 92 geaiufuvi 7a7lzeS' ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY SCHOOLYARD VVell chums, welre through, Free, white, and almost twenty. The day has come to burn our books And live a life of plenty. VVe donlt have time to linger, Come on, the're's lots to do. Don't look backg it's over now, And, you and I-we're through! Well, come on and start the fun, Bring on the syncopation. Whoop it up and let's be done VVith school and education! Somehow these things we've planned We can't give in now, but, That door we closed on Memories .... . . It won't stay shut. It was fun, wasn't it? Remember our Freshman Year? It doesn't seem so long ago That iirst we started here. The Seniors then looked down on us As we've looked down in turn. VVe envied them their place in life, And the chance they'd had to learn. But now those years have rolled away, CAS years are apt to doj, sound weak And we've attained that same high place.- What next do we look to? lt's harder than we thought to leaveg It's hard to say good-bye. In fact. instead of dancing off, Let's just sit down and cry! We're not too proud to shed a tear Though it comes almost too late. And change those cheers to epitaphs Forthe class of thirty-eight. CONNIE 94 BLEECKER. WHAT WE SENIORS WILL MISS Running our pencil point along the pretty yellow wall in the hall. Twice-daily blast through a loud speaker. Finding cafeteria silverware in our pockets. A red-fingcrnailed hand gliding in the classroom door to take the cards. And wishing we knew to whom it belonged. Bzz-z. "Room 4l5?" "XVhat? XYho? lfVhat's that again?" "I'm sorry, but I didn't hear you." And after an hour and a half: "Oh, all right." Then: "Sam Goldenstein, report to the office at the end of the period." Down in the office: "Your mother called and said not to forget your rub- bers." "The Lantern' Shines Today." Never looking at the pictures in the main hall. "Ie ne sais pas" in French class and its English meaning in every other class. Candid camera fiends who take our pictures. And those who don't. Grr-r. Pulling ourselves apart on the gym ropes. 116. The ten minute bell when we're bored in class. Or the same when we're taking a test and are only half through. Approaching the class play tryout room as if we were on stilts for the first time. Study Hall. The service offered by the sewing dep't. in cases of an embarrassing tear in the clothing. The barrage of machine gun Ere when the door to the typing room is opened. The handsome beaux and pretty belles in our school on "Log" picture day. The pretty belles in our school any day. Something-we don't remember, but we learned it in trig. Home notices. The male teachers who always seem to enjoy strolling through the halls for a whole period. "Bring your excuse tomorrow or you'll go home for it." A perfume that originates in Mr. Shaner's room about every other day. Sitting in the rain, munching a soggy hot-dog, a-yelling "down in front!" Chatting with the girl at "Information" and getting shooed by Miss Right- mire. " 'Neath cedars stately, midst hills so bold-". Having ink spattered over our "Logs" while getting autographs. Leaving school for Christmas vacation and coming back. Getting excused from class, then standing in the hall chatting, with an eye on the clock. Not taking P.T.A. notices home. The little tots. Everything else not mentioned above. Saying goodbye. 95 ,av You want to know? Off duly Flliefs No labor lost. llarwilfs proof Throw smart girls Still kit'kin'! Tonsorial art. Man-mountain Dean! A foo a clay keeps thv dovtor away. "Major" Bruno Calling CQ lA'Ill'llillgI hnw. lv artistr- Stmlyillg fiend Pax vohisvum Vuh rolmrtvr 'l'wo's vulnpnny. . . N'lnmp ii np. lh-:al it out! Big' hnsinvss Fmvshoys s 3 xi KQQ 9 'I IMPRESSICNS AT A FIRST GLANCE SHIRLEY HANDEL looks like the daughter of a wealthy fam- ily . . . Joe Minotte is that "cute" fellow the girls all talk about . . . jim VVeisel is the lad down from the big city . . . Helen Johns looks like a model in the first degree . . . Connie llleecker could be the lady journalist who gets in your hair . . . Bob Leathers is the local boy who made good . . . Charles Robinson looks like a referee and Charlotte Schultz the woman who wants to get in the ring and show them how . . . Homer Musgrave is the fellow who can pro- nounce the big words . . . Ed Hamilton,-the "hail fellow well-met" kind . . . Miss Zechman could be the individual who makes you feel just about so-big . . . Fred Harlan is the famous scientist's son who will be a famous scientist . . . Sue Powell is the young lady who is "ever so busyg a tea today, a luncheon tomorrow, a dance after that, etc." . . . Ralph Kallock is the boy everyone "just knew would get theren . . . Betty Shanor looks like a Garbo in the making . . . jack Fischer and Helen Summer look like two people who know each other pretty well . . . Helen Parkins looks like the type that doesn't care, but really does . . . Septa Sanderson is the kind that can read French menus . . . john Goldthwait could be the fellow that says he is going to spend the day at Carnegie Library, and doesnt Peggy Matheny is the sub-deb . . . Henry Massick might have been the good looking boy with stage aspirations, but who married a sensible woman . . . Roland Bowman is the kid who always wanted to be a policeman . . . XVard Powell might be the office boy who puts his feet on a desk a couple of years later . . . Bud Dim- mick is the fellow who would rather go fishing than schooling, but doesn't dare . . . Barbara Binder-the girl who wishes she had kept her mind on school work, and Jean Dawson--the girl that did . . . Marden Armstrong might be a little girl of New England Puritan days . . . Hap Langstaff is the fellow elected class president unanimously . . . NVarren Deemer is the theatre usher who is no help in seat finding . . . Alice Rice is the talkative cooking school demonstrator . . . Jane Schlough looks as if she should have a mouth- ful of pins to make her a dressmaker . . . Florence Rick is the girl who tells your fortune at parties . . . Mr. Streams is that fellow who carries a fishing rod in one hand and a book of Shakespeare in the other . . . Janet Grr looks like the type that wants to tell you all about her operation-and does . . . George Schriber is the fellow who stayed on the roller coaster all day, while ,lean Faris wouldn't go near one or she would "die of fright" . . . Arch Powell could be the fellow who always has a practical joke to pull . . . Ellen Camp- bell is the girl who surprises you by being the life of the party, and Eileen Sebulske is the one who doesn't surprise you by being the life of the party . . . Miss Caldwell could be the young co-ed, president of her sorority . . . Irvan Roche might be working his way through college selling magazines . . . Eleene Rearick is the kid next door who grows up to be your best girl . . . Doris Disney might be the torch singer bringing in the customers, who attends the opera herself . . . Loren Lashbrook could be one of those fellows who protects our forests for a living . . . Louise Wild looks like a picture out of the family album . . . Mac Corner is the fellow that delivers your evening paper just at the time your sister comes in or out . . . Mary Frances Conner is the girl mother wishes you would go with, and you wish you could . . . Jim 98 Looney could be a youngster preparing for his first recital . . . Joe Kimmel is the fellow who has a drag with the older girls . . . Jack Cargo looks like the old "stage-door Johnnie" . . . Miss Zahniser could be the proprietress of a charming "Hat Shoppe" . . . George XVarwick could be the train conductor who doesn't let you get away with anything . . . Dotty Neilson looks like the picture on a magazine cover . . . Clair Heatley is the quiet, studious fellow. liked by all the popular girls . . . George McGlaughlin could be the hockey star at Duquesne Garden . . . Dave Young is the fellow who makes a hit with a girl and is kept in the first night of their date . . . Bobbie Quail could be the girl who sports the ritzie car . . . Hank Brand is an example of a perfect secre- tary . . . Betti Vance is the girl who became your competitor in business . . . Mr. Gilbert looks as if he might be a salesman for a hardware firm . . . Betty Jaspert is the girl who caused you to knock down everybody else on your way to pick her up at the skating rink . . . Bill Kramer is the guy who can never remember when he has a date . . . Louis Ringling looks like the fellow that scores at the basketball games . . . Jane Robinson is the girl who is never comfortable unless you are, and apparently you never are . . . Lois Grove is the woman swimming champ . . . Paul de Benedictis looks like the violin prodigy . . . Barbara Jeanne Arther is the timid girl who knows all the answers . . . Midge Anderson looks like a busy director of a little theater group, who does all the work . . . Mat Reynolds looks like a Southern orator . . . Marjory Hall is the young lady whose smile graces the toothpaste ads . . . Mr. Mellinger is the fellow who "must have a lot to do" . . . Don Lewis is the lanky lad who goes out for football and, to everyone's surprise. makes the team . . . Kats Lusch is the Southern miss up to see what the North is like . . . Bob Charters is the neighborhood kid who "would be glad to cut your grass, etc.-for a nominal fee" . . . Miss Stoner might be the charming hostess in an exclusive restaurant . . . Ellen Copeland is the librarian who would like to do the town . . . Bob Lawrence is the mechanic at the airport who competes with the planes for the girls' attention . . . Jim Taylor is the youngster who hangs around your eighteen-year-old sister . . . Dottie Brazel is the young thing elected Queen of the campus . . . Bob Hance might be a steward on a steamship . . . Jim Springer looks as if his name should be spelled Sprinter . . . Betty Jean Proctor-the girl who surprises everyone by drawing the lead in the class play . . . Dick Horning looks like a law student and Jack Manheimer might be a student in medical school . . . Miss Taylor could be the head nurse you remember from that time you were in the hospital . . . . . . Mary Louise Berkovitz looks like the girl who could talk for hours and be interesting . . . Sam Schreiner is the conservative fellow who goes to a musical comedy and discovers that he enjoys it . . . Manus Scott-the fellow who draws attention at the swimming pool . . . Miss Pickens could be the leader of a Girl Scout troup . . . Bruce Algar is the kid Senior girls wish were older . . . Jean Evans is the girl who would like to take in the stray cats and dogs . . . Mr. Brown looks like the popular conception of a Broadway playboy . . . Ruth VVatson is the sweet girl that you watch taking out her poodle every morning . . . Jack Berg might be a barker with Ringling Bros., Barnum X Bailey . . . Jim Kramer looks like a cheerleader . . . Elaine Lashbrook is the miss who is called "Sophistication" . . . Mr. Glafka might be one of the an- cient Vikings . . . Jim Dudley is the fellow who is advised to go to Holly- wood, but surprises everyone by having enough sense not to go . . . Jean VVilloughby is the girl who is never warm . . . . . . And this whole thing is all made up in fun. 99 SONNETT'TO HOMEWORK To thee, dear lady, must I now address One last but hopeful plea to let me be. How thy sweet voice has caused me misery And often cast my soul into distress! I would not miss at night thy sweet caress, Oh, no, my life would be gay and free If I, oh love, could be but rid of thee. If I could but rid me of thy stress! Yet how I'll need thee when nine weeks have passed And the time has come when I must face the test. Without thee by my side I'll surely fail, So I am well convinced that at the last I must succumb to thee. 'Tis but a jest, All this revolt! . . . So back to Vergil's tale. ODE TO THE CLASSROOM CHAIRS The chairs in the classroom are initialcd and scarred, And, though many have used them, the seats are still hard Of some of the occupants they're known to have had, One can tell by the markings if gay, or if sad. A student in deep thought has penciled a groove, And try as one might, it can't be removed. The gum chewing fiends leave their marks as they flee, 'Neath the arms of the chairs, where the teachers won,t see. There are graceful initials in hearts one can't miss, The engravers carved them in raptures of bliss. On the backs of the chairs preceding their own The cartoonists have pictured the Chinese war zone. And the doodlers have added their artistic touch, If the circles and numerals can qualify as such. Oh, what would school be without these good chairs, With the beautiful markings they're destined to wear? 1OO PUPPY LOVE SECOND GRADE dere joy we have turkey at our house for Christmas grandma and grandpa to and you dont FoURT1I GRADE Six T Dear Joy I'll walk you home from school today. XVe can do our arith- metic in your house. Are we going to play blind mans butt at your party. Me it GRADE Dear Joy Mother says I can't come over to your house tonight. Mother says I come over to much and I didn't tell her we're in love. Don't you tell anybody cause we'll wait till we get married and surprise them all. Won't the teachers be surprised? Then we can go and live our own life and no one can tell us what to do and I'll come over and see you when ever I want and Miss Goldfish can't ball us out then. Yours truly, Jack liuznrii GRADE Joy: Dick told me you went to the show with Paul Youngster Tuesday. I thought you couldn't go out on school nights and anyhow I could take you to the show. just because Paul is in 9A and his mother drives him to places isn't any reason you should go out with him instead of me. I'm learning to ice skate so I can go ice skating with you and you won't have to go with him anymore. I bet we can skate together just as nice as you can with him. I went to a party Saturday and didn't get home until almost one o'clock. Charles 'll I-:NTH GRADE Dearest Light of the World, I was reading Poe last night and I thought of you. After I read it I went out walking and l was thinking about you. I think I'll call you "Lenore" from now on. It fits you perfectly. I was in a mood this morning. and at breakfast I didn't pass dad the milk when he asked for it and mother bawled me out and dad got mad when I wouldn't eat. They don't appre- ciate the finer things in life. It's awful to have to live with people like that. I wrote this poem about you- quote "Oh my darling, oh my dearest, Next to God you are the nearest, Spirit of beauty, spirit of love, To me you are like a little white dove." unquote signed, Henry Hamilton Bellsman PS. I'm going to call myself that from now on, cause don't you think it sounds better than Williaiii Jenks? Only don't tell anyone. T WELFTII GRADE Dear Toots, How about sprawling on the polished timber Saturday nite? Ilud and Aud are going. He got a new Pontiac. Cab Cannedaway's music, y' know. . Love and hisses, Al 101 CALENDAR AUGUST 31 "Heigh-ho! heigh-hon as back to school we go! Once more we give up a perfectly grand vacation for the cause of education. SEPTEMBER 6 Another vacation already! "Nice work, if we could get it" more often! SEPTEMBER 10 The Mounties start the football season with a victory over Swissvale--and the crowd helps the ll'ays and Means to limber up by calling "Venie, Venie". SEPTEMBER 24 Mount Lebanon had a football game with Dormontg we won't mention the outcome because it's "on the sentimental side". OCTOBER 14 The G. R. Girls give a dance and we really "get some fun out of life". OCTOBER 15 All the teachers go to a convention and "we feel like fishes out of water". Or do We? OCTOBER 29 "Tear it down?" and how! The Blue Devils strutted their stuff and beat Washington 19-0. NOVEMBER 4 Report cards are distributed, and we can just hear someone say, "Let that be a lesson to you." NOVEMBER 18 AND 19 "I t inust have been moonglown that helped the january class's Three Cor- nered Moon to be such a success. NOVEMBER 25 Side remarks to the turkey: "You appeal to nie." DECEMBER 3 The Mounties open the basketball season by beating Brentwood. Perhaps "things are looking up". DECEMBER Z0 Instead of having "tea for two" the senior B's have a tea for a hundred and fifty. The guests were the Senior A girls and their mothers. DICCEIVIBER 23 "Santa Claus is coming to town" twe hopej, and so we celebrate by swing- ing it in the girls' gym. DECEMBER 29 We all truck down to the Girl Reserves' annual Christmas Dance because "it's the natural thing to do". JANUARY 3 "True confessionuz We just couldn't wait to get back to school and hear what the kids had done during Christmas vacation. JANUARY 13 Senior Recognition Day. This is one day the Senior A's can be a "little bit independent". They deck themselves out in green and gray costumes. 102 JANUARY 17 We all need "sym.pathy". Eighteen weeks' tests are no fun. JANUARY 21 The January class of 1938 graduates and takes along "so many memories". JANUARY 24 A new semester begins and we all resolve to "hitch our wagons to a star". FEBRUARY 1 One by one a few P. Gfs straggle back and ask, "Remember me?" FEBRUARY 22 The cagers "hit a new high" and beat Dormont 52-30. MARCH 10 Everyone wonders who said "1 double dare yon" to the clowns in the oper- etta so that they just couldn't resist shouting "Bei Mir Bist Du Shan". MARCH 11 "You and 1 know" how hard it will be to produce another operetta like Norwegian Nights. MARCH 16 No wonder the girls in the G.A.A. look forward to play daysg they only have them "once in a while". MARCH 28 Once again it is that fatal day when report cards are distributed. We can't say it's a "thrill of a lifetime". APRIL 1 All Fools' Day. We get "that old feeling" to play our friends for suckers. Well anyhow, the "foo" dance that evening wasn't a joke. APRIL 7 AND 8 "Our hearts take lessons" on how to avoid Growing Pains. The Senior A's class play is a cure-all. 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