Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 110
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Text from Pages 1 - 110 of the 1939 volume:
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OF NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-NINE
Pnolifned oy the findenrf of Mount Loonnon H ifgb
School nf Monnf Leonnon, Pififonzffglr, Ponnfylonnin
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TAKING OFF ON THE MAGIC CARPET
ARE ABOUT TO BE TRANSPORTED TO
REALM OF MT. LEBANON HIGH SCH
WHERE WE SHALL GET A PANORAMI
VIEW OF THE EXPERIENCES AND
TIES OF THE SCHOOL YEAR 1938-39
TO THE YOUTH OF '39, WHO IN THEIR SELF-RELIANCE AND
EAGERNESS SYMBOLIZE THE SPIRIT OE INDEPENDENCE AND
BOUNDLESS AMBITION OE OUR AMERICAN FOREFATHERS, WE
RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THIS VOLUME. MAY THEIR COUR-
AGE TO OVERCOME OBSTACLES ENABLE THE YOUTH OF '39 TO
I C A T I O N
MAINTAIN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF LIBERTY AND FREEDOM
SO JEALOUSLY GUARDED BY OUR AMERICAN ANCESTORS.
rrqmdgit Carpet leaving on Skyway '39 for Mt. Lebanon High School." Thus
the shrill voice ofthe dispatcher reverberates throughout Memory Airport.
Scurrying aboard the Magic Carpet, vve zoom into the air and are soon vvhizz-
ing along the bumpy road of school life. As We enter the hills of Lebanon,
we encounter a scholarly group of people who, at first, cast apprehensive
glances in our direction. Finding us quite harmless after investigation, they
invite us to explore the realm over which they reign.
H. Y, HlTlQl,lXtlIf'li, S'lLf7L77'f1IZLClIdClif
lt has been said, "Education is
not apart from life-it is just the
adult generation giving its own
World to the new generation." QI n no
eonnnunity have its citizens made a
greater effort to provide modern
buildings, highly qualihed person-
nel, and sufficient and appropriate
materials than in Mt. Lebanon. The
citizens of this community have
been tireless and ceaseless in their
efforts to provide for you, their
children, all that is best for your
education. As a Whole, you have
availed yourselves of the opportuni-
ties provided to a very high degree,
as the records of our graduates in-
dicate. It is your obligation to your
eonnnunity to see to it that bv your
efforts and application these stand-
ards are raised still higher, so that
those who have made your oppor-
tunities possible will feel the eHort
has been worth While.
H. V. Haflinger
A school IS the students who
compose it. lts standards of scholar-
ship, citizenship, sportsmanship, and
honor are in fact at the level on
which its members live. lt' you
would have a school yvorthy ol' our
pride, you must he pride-worthy
members of it. 'lleachers and princi-
pals seek ever high standards, but
the quality of a school is ultimately
measured by the quality of its stu-
dents. XYhat is YOUR ellect on the
quality ol OUR school?
L. E. Perry
RALPH D. HoRsMAN, ,'lf'fl77g Principal
L. li. PHRRY, Princijual
g'Youth looks forvvard-age looks
backward." This truism is amply
horne out lay experience. Each looks
to that which holds the most for
Eagerness and the ambitious de-
sire to achieve lead youth on in the
quest for a place of distinction
among' their felloyvfmen. Each step
achieved is one nearer some desired
goal. l,et each step he such that
when age approaches and the view
changes you may look hack with
satisfaction and pride.
ln graduation a most important
goal has been achieved and one that
may he looked upon with satisfac-
tion. Plan new goals for the future
that they may ht well with the past.
Ralph D. Horsmau
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SOCIAL STL IESI'
I Sumdiesw IXIMQUJIU5, LIINNII2
BRQWN, VVILLIAM, BS.
IXI01.1.1cNAUER, DONLIQY, .-XB.
Llilzrlilz, LIILDRITD, AB., MA.
PIi'IIiRSON, DANA, AIS., Mid.
Duns, VIC'IXO1i, AB,
Nmrz, AIARTHA, BS.
,pf - CAI,lJW'lTLL, Iis'rHI-ZR, AB., MA.
Hozzcz, IQENXETII, BS., M.Ed.
W SQHADL, CHA RLICS, BS.
H L51-'1'z, I 0 I 1 N, AB.
GROVJ5, D0140'rHx', BS.
XVIIINXIICJ THIQLMA, BS., MA.
Kunz, VIIQQSINIIA, HS.
McLAUm:H1,nN, I'1I.ORENClC, HS., MA.
QXNIN-ZRSON, ROY, HS.
Kl1r,l.1-ik, lJrm1m'1'Hx', .-XR, M
Roralilcs, JOHN, BS., Mlid
FISH, I"A1'1,1NE, TLS., MA
Crumzs, NIARJORIIC, AB.
Mllfsclzlc, A. S., 13-.M,, HA
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X1Cl,UNAI.lJ, Loman, IES., XI X
Zlzclzmzxx, IIELIQN, HS., RN
l.L'lit'!I'l'y, Ill-LNRY, BS,
KIAWVIN, I'AxUI.lxlc, BS., XID
Brain Trusters ,xvif
Q First lfoui: lfllllil May .l0llllSf4Jll, Jack il:ll'5I0. G1-urge S1fl11'ihe1', lV:ll'I'P1l H0l'llllE11'Cl, XVa1'd Duchene,
'Wave lloyd, Ed Il:1111ilt1111, l'la1'11l1l l.angstaf1', llavo Youngr, 11111111111 Nlohl, 'Fheresa Nolte, Bill'llZll'2L
NlcNa1'y, Mary Meyer Q Second I1'111U: CZl1:11'lcs SGp.Yll0I'S, liill Stout, Il11wa1'1l Ishani, l'a11l fle lione-
tlictis, .luck Rllllllllilll. llnrry llllll'IlllY, 'l'11n1 Shit-ltls, Dean lil'11ll. liill Cross, Dick ll0l'lll1ljI, Jack
Hive. llllll l32ll'l'L'il. Alex C11pet:1s, 5llll'l'2lj' Potts. llPll1'j' KI1'1'11ll. Yi1'g:i11i:1 lineder, Dot l:1ll"SSllQl',
Mary .l1'QlllllQ l!:11'1'ett. lit-tty NVi1'k. Evelyn l,l21YlNHll, Hillllllllil 51111111-. D111'is Phillips, Shirley Nel-
son. Q 'l'I1ircZ 11'ol1'1 John NlcCall. liill Longstatf, l'I1l hll5lilll4'0l'. Mary lloyd, Clnirles llugns, Glllll01'e
lVllllZllllN. Bob 4'l:11'lio, lblvk xY!lll.t'. llill 'l':1yl111'. lPi1-lc Gralnl, Ray ll11l1l1, I!11l1 Niekesuli, Dorothea
Ii:l1'l11. Virginia Wolf. .lean l'1'z1ss, Alldl'l'j' llaince, Xlzirie W11Iz1-'l, 131-ily XVl1ilIi19ltl. li1l llymi. liunice
Smith. liill llnll, Iiill Sll2lil'Pl'. K'l1:11'les Clzirkm-I.
Hfiilllll 111111'11ing! Are you a new
officer of a llfJlllCI'OUIll? llvclconie to
our lixccutivc lloaul. Let ine int1'o-
cluce some 111' our 11Hice1's, Met the
He1'c's our p1'esi1le11t.
llavicl lloyd, and right hehintl hi111 is
Dave Y11ung3 out vice lJl't'SlClC1lif. Uh!
11111111111 nie. fellows, l want to lIlll'lJe
tluce XYa1'cl lluchcne who is Pill llll-
11111'ta11t cog i11 thc stu1lent-g11vc1'111111-nt
lll21ClllllL'.H .Xfter these i11t1'111luc1i1111s
we will walcli the lixcculive ll11a1'1l
swing' into action ancl 0lDSL'l'VC the part
it takes in school autivities.
Dave lillyll is :1l111ut 111 call the
nieetiiijg to orcler just as lttl llanul-
ltlll, l1is 111'e1l1-1'1'ss111', woulcl have 1l11llC
i11 the fall SL'lllCSlL'l'. Clf1l's hel111'1's
last scnieslci' were Yicc l71'CSl1ll'lll
llar11l1l l.ZillQSl2ll:f. hotter known as
llap, antl llavc lillyil who t1,1il1-1l as
That fellow giving a 1'e11111't on the
status 11f the XYays and NlCZ'lllS lfi-
nzuices is D1111 li?ll'lllllCl' who has suc-
1i1-ccle1l llill C1'a11st1111 as 1'l1z1i1'111:111 of
that c11n1111itl1'1-. lllien you want to
llllI'CllIlSC Caiuly, pop, 111' w11i11c1's at lluf
foothzill gaiiies, these are the lJL'UlJl6
to XYllOlll you throw your coins. Uh,
you'vc worlqctl 1111 the coiuiiiitteel
VllllCll you' know what a joh it is try-
ing' 111 pass pop to all those thirsty
fans. Next coincs the l'C'lJOl"E of the
Social Coniniittee. Charlotte gchultz
is cliscussing the social sicle of scliool
life ancl the possilulity of a clancc in
the very 111111' future, which is her
l5l'0lJlL'lll as the Ctllllllllflfk' Cliairiiian.
Xxvllill was that stateiiieiil lll21llL5 hy
SCCl'Cl?ll'Y lfluchent- ahout Z1 11ew nielh-
f11l 111' clisniissal? l helicvc that 1110-
tion was given by lliclc llUl'1ll1lQ', the
T1'alli1' Cllillflllllll. You see, we niust
collect all the data on these fllSL'llS'
sions so that we shall he al1l1- to
l'l'D0l'l all the new laws anrl a1111-n1l-
inents to our l1o111e1'111i11n 1111 illfllltlilj'
lllOl'Illll,Q'. NYC also have to get the
1lal1-s of Coniinittee nieetings for the
lllClllllQl'S who are in our l11'1111er1'111111s.
hffllllll soon learn all voui' cluties :is a
new l111111e1'11111n lJl'CSlfl61ll and l will
expetl to s1-11 you next wecli Y111' a
liLlI'lllCl' Stlllly of the Stuflent Ferlera-
tion 111' lllt. l.ClDZ1ll0ll.
Little Brain rusters
Q First How: Ralph Coltinan, Robert Nagel. Inger Arnesen, Elsie Arnesen, Nam-j.' ffrarlos, Lois
Miller. Sally Melfall. Margaret Auty, Hill Arther, Jane Ross, l'ati-in-ia Baum. Betty llongos. Mary
Waterhouse, Shirley Nelson, Ross Sini1h, Jiin Blel'eak Q Second Ifozrz Elinor Spec-ht. David Wood-
worth, Hob Mac-Lean, Douglas Anderson, Bill Fee, David I'line, David Kraft, Charles Merslion.
Jay Arthur, Miss Aldstadt, George Smith. Robert Stoner, James Stone, Bob Tate, Bob llall, .lack
Slioll, Bob Keany Q Third Noir: Donald Youngs, lion Lindernian. Bill Perkins. George llc-Call.
Richard Adamson, Robert Sisterson, Robert Blume, Hubert Hanks. David Finn, Bob Meneilly, Jini
Miller, llill Barr, Dick Ilusson, NValter Huhn, Ilill L2l.Sf'll6ld. Howard Bower.
lf you visit Room One during a
club period, you might be accosted
by a bombardment of Words as mem-
bers ask questions, offer suggestions,
and argue in favor of their ideas,
While the President endeavors to
maintain a parliamentary procedure.
Miss Aldstadt, this yearls new faculty
sponsor, acts as the Court of Last
Resort and as a restraining iniluence
upon the earnest and frequently over-
The Council, composed of the vari-
ous home room presidents and ofhcers
elected by the entire student body,
not only has charge of the usual
Junior High governmental affairs. but
also sponsors a social program. This
yearis activities included a series of
tea dances. a party for each grade.
and an extra one for Ninth Grade.
Charging only ten cents admission.
the Council cleared suihcient money
to meet all expenses and leave a sum
to help support the Activities Ban-
Undertaking a special project with
the cooperation of Senior High, the
Council sponsored a Ulluy a Bulbu
campaign to beautify the school
Comparable to the Activities Key
of the lfxecutive Board are the honor
letters or monograms, presented to
the students earning the required
number of points. Acting as an in-
centive to pupils, the letters help stu-
dents realize more fully the advanf
tages and importance of school activ-
This form of student government
is similar to that of our local, state.
and national legislature as it is demo-
cratic in form and helps to prepare
the student to take his place in the
political world after graduation.
Brimming with curiosity, fpvve penetrate further into the most populous
region of this land Where, after disembarking from the Magic Carpet, We
tangle with the masses. After scrutinizing their faces, We must needs remark
about the handsome youths and lovely ladies! Some are sunk in the oblivion
of study, while others are engaged in the more leisurely pastime of jest and
banter. We espy one fellow sporting a striped blazer shirt, Whose dazzling
colors stun us for the moment. Recovering from the shock, however, We
next behold Suzy Q flopping along in her saddle shoes.
Soccer, Clubs. Glee Club, Obefetta, Trufbe,
Home Room Offxcer.
l OXNVARD ALUFRSON EDXVARU All..lf.l7. Z 3
func 111110 K
Truck, Decorating, Traftle, VVrestliug, Class Play, intra--
mural E-asketlmll, Clubs.
Usher Squad, Hi-Y, Clubs,
Y H. ANDERSON
HOMER ARHCK BIAR
Clubs. 1' KW Girl Reserves.
ROMAXNE ANDREWS MARXAN AREHART
Basketball, T raffxc, Home Clubs.
Room Offxeer, Hi-Y, Clubs.
ANNE AUGENSTHN XANET AUGENSTUN
Traffxc, Class 'Play Committee,
Clubs, G. A. A.
H onor Roll, Clubs.
lflzmclbook Committee, Clubs.
RHYLLTS B ALCH
Class Play, Traffxe, Operettzx
Committee, Girl ,Reserx'es,
MARGARET BALLARD RUTH BA RKER
f au nary -111110
Clubs, Tratbc, Honor Roll, G. A.
DONALD BARRETT MARY IEANNE BARRETT
TFHMC, Log, llffme Room Of' Glee Club, Operettzt, Library,
MCT, X-21501731 H01701' Sociely, llomc Room Otlicer, Honor
Honor Roll, Hi-Y. Roll, Activities Awztrfl.
liL'RNETTE HARTEACX CHRISTIAN BAUER
Lilji-31-y, Band, Orclicstrzz, Class Play,
Opcrctta, Home Room Otliccr,
BETTY BEAM FRANK BEATTY
J 11116 f an nary
Class Play CrJmmilfCC, Girl C1355 Play Cgmmitlcgx, Home
Roservcs, Clubs, G. A. A. Room Oflqccr, Clubs. '
CHARLES l1lffCRA FT BEN BENSON
Class Play, Operctta, Trzitbc, "B" Squzul Football, Golf,
Cafeteria, Lfsher Squad. Clubs, lntrzunurzll Baslcctbztll.
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U'll.l.l.-UI BERGMANN XVARREN BERNHARIJ
Wrestling, Czzfeterizz, Home Football, Basketball, Trzzllic,
Room Otliccr, Hi-Y, Clubs, Class Play Committee, Home
Intramural Basketball. Room Ofticer, Clubs.
RICH Xl U Pk XXND Q XR1 N fl
X om u x X and Ordms r x mm fe mx Cyubsr
J C -XROT XNE ULAXR
ham C QQ Phx Commyitee K xd Reserxu. Clubs, G. A. AX.,
Na wld Chxss Play
C YOXNLKS D XVXD POYD
CUSS PU! TTHHXC Honor oo bdH VNres1hng, Traffxc,
RoK Chxbs XmmxmxraX Dis XXQQUUXQ B O A y d Qffxgef,
Home Room Ofmer, Activities
BER1 1 ROCKS
NK nngcr, T rack,
C ummm Home Room Offxcer.
YLSNM owux PROOBS HYRTX B1 RKH
MAH Tumxs Chss PX xx sher Squad L0 , H me
s, 1 tr
Chybg nu 11X BxsX etb X
YED I JRTXS
'1 TTKKKC, Usher
OU U01101' R0 Qquad Nmonad honor S0
K oom xcef
CMH: Um Homin Ron, Ha-Y.
ELLEN R. CAMPBELL
Chorus, Class Play, Ways and CIN Pl, I 7
Means, Library, Log, Home gms dy' CINS'
Cllofusf GICC Chlb, Opemtmf Football, Basketball, l'ublici
C1355 Play Qommmcef 11011014 f.lllIfC'7'l1, Log, National Ilon-
Roll, Girl Reserves. UI. Society.
SADIE R. CAPONE JACK CARGO
J 11116 fan urzffjt
Class Play, Honor Roll, Girl Class Plz , Tfzzmc, Lfslrer
Reserves, Clubs. Squa , e Room Ollicer,
Hi ,V,f imior Academy of
ANNE REED CHARTERS GEQRGE CHURCHILL
Class Play, Trzzllic, Attend-
ZUICC, Honor Awarcl C
lee, G. A. A. Council.
PORTIA MORROVV CLAPI'
Class Play Committee.
LOIS VIRGINIA CLOSE
Hostess Squacl, Atteiiclauce,
1, eretta Committee, Clufbs.
av 75' , in
YVrestling, Track, Home Room
Otlicer, Honor Roll, Clubs.
T1'2lfflC, Operetta Committee
Library, Hom I' '
C xoom Omcer
lloiior Roll, Clubs.
Operetta, Glee Club, Hostess
P A'YRlClA COLGATE 5,5531 CQLLXNS
Glee Club, Operetta, Trafnc, Axmndzmcey G. A. A., Clubs,
XX':ws and Means, Lantern.
Nl kRlLYN COOK
DORlS CONE l .
Operetta, H 0 s t e s s Squad, Clubs, llonor Roll.
Traftxe, XNVays and Means, Log,
B Rf- -4 I '
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ANXCE QQQQER WlLLlAM M. CRANSTON
J1,4,1fLg IGH14 0753
Class Play, Traffxc, Attend- ABM Squad Football, TYHHQC,
ance, Ways and Ricans, Li- Ways and Means, Home
b,-My, Activities Award, Room Ofnccr, Honor Roll,
DON ALD CREED WlLLlPrM R. CROSS, ll
ull" Squad Football, Chorus, Track, Class Play, Tratfre,
tllee Club, Operetta, Home Decoratlng Squad, Log, Home
Room Olncer, lll-Y. Room Ofneer.
ANNE ELlZABETl'l CURL CHARLES DALGllElSl'l
Clubs. "B" Squad Football, Basket-
ball, Cafeterla, Class Play
EDNNARD DAPPER VlRGlNl-K DPUNUS
jun g T ransl erred
Wrestlixxg, Traffxc, Home
Room Otfreer, Hi-Y, Clubs,
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24 , X .
HAROLD DAVISON IM IDAXXYICS
.7 1111 Illlljf' -711116
"B" Squad Football, Poster Rifle TCIUN, TTZIMC, HOIUC
Squzul, Class Play Committee, Room Ottlcer, lllfl'ill1lll1'Zll Bas-
JEAN :XCDRICY lJ:XU'SON MARY ALICE Dm,
i ' June
91101-NSY like Chill' OPC'C""' Tratlie, Atteucl:u1ee,Cl:1ss Play
Class Play Committee, Honor . . .
R H Committee, G. A. A. Couucil,
O ' LllJI'Zll'-V, Home Room Otlieer.
ANNETTA xl. DlifiliI.,NIAN KENlfNTETI.f IJEICDFIIV
Lflllfl, HOSTCSS Sqllflfl, Acfiv- Trame, Usher Squzul, Clubs.
ities Banquet, G. A. A., Clubs.
EMILY DELACI ti'
,V X HAGER DE LONG
fum, " fum,
Honor RON, Girl RCSCl'V.fi Li., Teuuis, Tramc, Class Play
Clubs' "' Committee, Operetta Commit-
ROY DE LONGA PATRICIA DEXH.-KRT
Footbztll, lutrumurzzl Baskets Trzttlic, Operettn, Lib1'zu'y, Girl
ball, Soccer, Trztllie, Clubs. Resc'rv4's, Clubs.
x is-kid 'I
ISARHARA A. DIS VORE BE'l"l'Y .TANK DlETRlCll
J 11710 fum'
Class Play, Operettzi Commit- TraHie, Class Play Committee,
tee, Clubs. Home Room Otlleer, Honor
Roll, Girl Reserves, Clubs.
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HORN- MFXGER DXSNEY PAUL DUN,-XFAR
Ckxss Phxy, Uuucuu Bom-d, Hubs-
Acuvitkcs Unuqxwk, I,a11tc'ru,
Log, Home Room Offxccr.
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X -- - d. ' ,C L
. MW, DOXAHOF, CYRU, BONOUNCE
' Juno Jmzc
'Kkmtbnd Baskcumu, Truck, Fencing TL-ago, Dccomtmgl
Uuss Vkxy, 1.m1tcru, Log, Squad, Hi-Y.
FR.-XXCES DOTTEN NINA DRAKE
Chdws. Chss Phxy, CXubs.
WARD DUCXXEXE jQHN DUUT
111110 V X January
W1Sk'-iiblm, TTZUHC, HQHVMCS Ckmss Vhxy Coxmmttcc, Chxbs.
Bzmquet, ,Executive Board Oi- '
Yxccr, Home Room Cffxccr,
X Mmm' Rod
BETTY IANE DYSON FRANK ELK
Chorus, OpQrctta,Homc Room HBH 54111115 FOOWHU1 Band
Offxccr, Clubs, Traffxc, Home Room Ofucer,
fi-in MM '
NORMAN ELLXOTT BETTY MAE ERENRXCH
XVx'csdmg, 'IY1lC,k, Home Room T1'11ff1C, L0Si HUA FOUWX Squad
Ofucer, Ui-Y, Clubs, hum- !4H1lfL'Vl1,
Q' 1" f, ..
26 C gym
gyl 'I ,,
EDITH ERICKSON ,TUNE EVA
Trallic, GA..-X,Couucil, Clubs. Tratlle, Girl Reserva-s, Clubs
G px ix ,tiff
IIICTTY EVANS XVILLIARLT FAI li A
Tratlie, Girl Reserves, Clubs. V Usher Squad, Class Play Com-
VALENTEEN FELICETTI LEE FERRELL
Chorus, Class Play Committee, Football, Usher Squad, Hi-Y,
GA..-X., Clubs, Clubs, Intramural Basketball.
MARY LOU If NDLEX KARL FISCIIER
Class Play, Ope ,tta Commit- Rifle Team, Class Play Com
lee, Home Rooi NOllicer, Hon- mittee, Home Room Officer
or Roll, Cll
RUTH FISCIIER VIRGINIA FISHER
Class Play, TFRHIC, Loy, Hou- Clubs. 'JJ
01- Roll, Clubs. .Ogg
FRANK FITCH WILMA FLEET
Irallic, Cafeteria, Honor Roll, Clubs, G, A, A,
lf.UZAl3lf.'l'll FGRD lJORO'Yl'lY Ggxvrizs
Trzillie, Girl Reserves, Clubs. Chorus, Greg Grub, 'frame-
Operettzx, Honor Roll.
DUBAXLD GARDXNER LRDCL CxJAlxlYNlLlx
Uccofmmg Squad, 'ymffmy lxilrnmurul lluslcetlnall, lli-Y.
NVuys and Meaiis Cliairmzm, 0055-
SARA GEHRETT PAUL GETTY
Wlziys and Means, Class Play, Football, Wlrestllng, Track,
'Yrallie,G. A. A., Girl Reserves. Class Play, Clubs.
IANET Gll.liS ELlZAllETH GORNRXXG
Glee Club, Qperetlzi, Atteml- Hand, Trziflie, Clulms.
mice, Vxlays and Means, Class
Play Cmiimiltec, Girl Reserves.
3 mms from MN li Nl GUUYY l N' -AW
.7 unuury Jmma"y
Umm Gres Cmh ODCWMH 'l'l'2llNl1lC,l'lOUOl' Award, Public-
Dccmatmg Squad GMS mm ity. I,ur1tcv'n, Activities Awziirl,
Committee, Clubs. MVN'
lAXlf,'l' GQODXYQ RETSY VV. GORllAAl
D .Tune Y ' Jmw
Chorus, Tixiflie, G.A.A., flulus. lrlubg'
f 5 T '
EVIL LIAM GOTTSCI l.-X LK
Trafhc, Llshcr Squzul, Opcretta
x "" ' ' 5
VX"restli11g, Usher Squad,
LIARIORIE HA LL
Cheerleader, Chorus, Class
Play, Operctta, llonor Roll.
EDUTX HAM ILTON
Football, Bzislcetball, '1'r:ack,
LI11lfL'7'iI, Executive liflllffl Of-
ficer, Nlcrit PIl1'3flL'.
MARY M. HARDESTER
Class Play Committee, Opcr-
clta Committee, Home Room
Trathc, Honor Roll.
IJORO' N GROSE
Hzuirllnook Committee, Li-
lifziry, Loy, Honor Roll, Chills.
GERTRUDE HAG ER TY
Tmmc, Clubs. .,,
GRACE 11ALL1f1e f'
Tratllc, Opcrettzi Committco,
Home Room Olliccr, lloum'
Girl Reservcs, Clulas.
ROBERT T. IIANCE
Ftziciilg' Tezun, Trzzlllc, Lag,
M QXRN' RYY .X HARRY S
YQSTHER G. UARRXSON
Tr':xXTxc, Log, Homu Room Oi-
icvr, Honor RON, Grd R6-
RYITY LOL' HALIGHTOX
Jung JIIHL' X
Home Room Offxcer, Grd Rc- USUN' RON, OHDS- ,Y Qi?
Servos, G, A. A., Chxbs. xx-'
GLENN 'HECK X HEX RY HEVNER
1 Iuney fl June
W -dwg " ckXf !BAonx Chxbs.
Y' rl gationa Y or So-
ck , Honor RON, Activrties
Aw ard. '
ENNXE LFE HEVXER
Gass Vkxy Commhtcc, Clubs.
Chccrh-zrder, Operettn Com-
mittee, Home Room Ofiiccr,
BARBARA massli DANW1- WU?
Chomsv Greg Crub! Qpcfmwy Traffxc, Ones Phxy Commitree,
Trnffxc, Rumirm Board Com- Hfmw RUUW Oi-GCCY, Hi-Y,
rimicc, Honor RON. CMMS-
QHARLQ-5 H' HQFXIXKAX MARGARET HOFRKCHTER
January U b HW
Band, Orchestra, Chris Phxy. U S'
30 J W x 4
, if We
G. A. A., Clubs.
I r lc, f, Trafflc, Class
llay ommittec, Operetta
C01 'tcc, Ili-Y.
Football llfI3.llZ1Q'C1', Glec Club,
Class Play, Trailic, Chairman,
Home Room Olliccr Nation l
VJZQICHAR D HORNING
JEANNE MARIE HUBLER
Class Play, G. A. A., Clubs.
Trafllc, National Honor So-
ciety, Honor Roll, llomc Room
X I 'ml
Home Room Officer.
OLIVE ll.-'XY HOLTZ
Hostess, Tramc, Publfcf '
LtIlI!8I'1Z, llonor Roll.
Home Room Olllccr, Clubs,
MARY Aw,mf 1rfvl1?12Cjg
Attendance, Log, I3g:lR7L,Ro l,
Class Play. 1 I v
Class Play, Attendance, Log,
Home Room Officer, Clubs.
n N Hitch 4
FXYYXZ KYOPY m-'LEX GRAXT joHNS
3 A A A ' X
Uivvfwficf,C1HSSW1w,OvCf- Aktuiicizxnee, G. A. A., Ciuiws,
crm, Trnfkic, Home Room Oi-
XCUNA MAY HUHNSTON FRANCES IOYCX-.
Cizws Piay, Schoinstie Com- Cinss. Piay Committee, G.!X.!X,,
mittee, Natioiiui Honor 'Sw Giri Reserves.
ciety, Honor Roii, Activities
Pxixzxxmi, Giri Reserves Presi-
SEAN IUERGENS DOROTHY KAESSNRR
.Ooeretta Comrnitiee, Giri Re- Nationai Honor Society, Ae-
serves, Ciuiws. tivities Key and Guard, Lun-
tern, Log Literary Editor.
Honor Roii, Home Room Qffi-
XYii,i,i,XXi KXNF. 1M4XRjUiUi2 Kiii,i.i7.Y
Trnifkie, Ciuius. Ciuiws.
GEORGF, REM M XQRTQR EV ELYN RLEPPXCK
RORXERT RLXPPFL NLARGARYQT KOHLMYER
Oi-ciicshtx, Usher Sqiizui, Chiba. Ciubs.
JEAN lf, KOUGH
Tennis, Class Play, Cafeteria, Glee Club, Operetta, Library,
L'sl1er Squad, Clubs. Girl Reserves.
HOMRR KRABER XYILLIAH R. KRAMER
fini t' flllllllllil'
"BH Squad Football, Tntra- Basketball, Golf, Class Play,
mural Basketball, Rubs. Home Room Otliccr, Clubs,
FR EUHR I C LA XG
Rifle Team, Class Play Coma Track Manager, Decorating
mittee, Hi-Y, Clubs. Squad, Traflic, Usher Squad
f.tIlIfCl'f1, Home Room Otlieer.
Yi W 'I X 1 0111,
Chorus, Operctta, Girl
RC- Nays and lfeans, I
. , 1. A. A. Council, Home
Room Oflieer, Girl Reserves,
V VVILLIAM LLOYD ICLISAXOR D. LOIINFS
Trafbc, Usher Squad, Log Home Room Otlieer, Clubs.
Business Manager, Honor
Roll, Hi-Y, Class Play Com-
IIARQLD L,.3NGSTA1:p MARTHA JANE LOS!
Football, X'Yrestli11g',Lf1,g', Ex- Claws H103 OPCFCWEI, f-0.0,
Ccutive Board Oticieer, Honor T' T '
Roll " ' '
, lrincipals Tropliy.
iatuz, llomc Room Otlicer,
X 3 3
:XX N RTT F. LOU Gt X BOROUGH
Trzrthc, Ways and Menus.
Nasa Ptcty, Home Room Oi-
V ccr, Houor Roh.
Footbah, Vtfresthrxg, Track,
H EN RY S. 'M ASSK CK
'Yr-attkc, Ushcr Squad, Ctass
Vhxy, Hi-Y, Chrbs,
V H ARRX ET T F, M A L' MER
Chorus, Atteudzmcc, H omt
Room Offxcer, Opcrctta Com-
mittee, Honor Roh, Chxhs,
MARY SAN? MAYLERRN
T r zxthc, Atta u d zmcc, H omc
Room Othcer, Opcretta Com-
uuttcu, Honor Roh, Chxhs.
Class Yhxy, Home Room Oi-
Chorus, GKQQ Chmh, Opcrettu,
Truths, Home Room Ofhccr,
jOHN MARSH ALL
"R" Squad Footbah, "B" N
f R Q +
0 I I U J t
AX GEN .KN JX MAST AN DREA
Foothah, NN7resthug, Intra-
mural Pmaskethah, Chxbs.
Rnskcthuh Mzmngzger, Track,
XX':tys and Means, Home Room
Othcur, Houor Roh, Chxbs.
IW A TQ L
U' r I'
ROBERT RTCCREADY Nfllll.-XRG.-XRlfT C, JIcG.-UV
CIHSS PIZLYV Trrlflic, XYHYS 21Ufl Clmrus, Tratllc, Library, Clubs.
llcans, Home Room Omccr,
Honor Roll, Clubs.
Trallic, Log, Honor Roll,
JAR I HS IUCGO VERN
Clubs. ' . ,v
Attendance, llomc Room Of-
Basketball, Track, Bznirl, Class
Play, Clufbs. .amp
. ' . ,-it
.A if 'XY il'
1Q.4MX'R.EN CE MCNAMAR.-X
Trallic, Opcretta, Log, Home
Room Oflicer, Clubs.
Track, Class Play, Public Ad-
clrcss, Lafzleru, National Ilon-
or Society, Honor Roll.
JOHN I, MCGR.-XTII
Usher Squad, Home Room Of-
Tramc, Wfays and Mcans,
G. A. A. Council, Clubs,
"B" Squad Basketball, Track,
Trzitlic, Opcretta Committee,
Library, Home Room Olrliccr,
. .Q LNB'
.XNYY A M. RRQUXLLEN
Chorus, Operettzr, Traffxc, Checdeadcr, Clnhs.
Chrss Way Commi X e Honor
KURT H. Mnuscxenin MARY MEYER
Soccer, Hand, Orchcskra, Chxss Wwd. HONG ROOO1 OWKCCY,
Pkxy, Trznync, Honor RCU. Gxd RCSCYVCSY Clubs'
LQCXLLE ANAXSE morn, RAMONA MOORE
Traffrc, Attendance, Operetta Baudv OYCHQSUQX, 01155 Pxayr
Executive Board, Home Room
Committee, Home Room Oi-
1 ll nu
J O HN MU XRHEAD
XX'restXing, Trzrfrxc, Ckxss Phxy, 9
Trzxfnc, HK-Y, Chxbs.
T rnnsf erred
MARY LANE MUTZ
Operettu, G. A. A., Library.
3E.fxNNF.'YTE C. MYERS
Attendance, G. A. A., Honor
- RUN, Chnws.
C x 1
LOUISE NICHOL XYILLIS XOLLF
Trallic, l.fI1lfl'I'1l, Log, llome Clubs,
Room Ollicer, National llon-
or Socicty, Activities Award.
MARIE TllERlfSA NOLTE CH.-XRl.liS O'l3RllfN
TraHic, Attviiclaitcc, Opcretla Golf, Intramural llaslfcfllwall,
Committee, llomc Room Of- Trallic, llomc Room Olliccr,
llccr, Clubs. Clubs,
JOHN VV. O'liRlEN MARY OCHSFINIIIRT
J 11110 .71I11mI1'j'
Tennis, Chorus, Glce Club, TI'2ifflC, Llllflify, 1.03, National
Operetta, Ways and Means, HO1101' SOCiCly, Activities
lli-Y. :Xward, junior Academy of
NANCY 15. QSBQURATE WILLIAM OXENREITER
Chorus! GICC Club' Opomttay "B" Squad lfootball, Intra-
ggi,-1 Rl-Serves. mural Basketball, T r a c lc,
Usher Squad, Hi-Y, Clulis.
IVIARY PACE PA UL lf. PETERS
GUY Plf'l'lffRSOX MINNIE PICTRICH
Football, Tragk, Clubs. Clubs.
ol i it aff, ..
f V' fi,
tm 5 iw O 37
LOUTSE PNTLLTPS MARY LANE PLETCH
Chorus, Ciuss Pkty Committee, G. ix, A., Ciubs'
Cjiri Reserves. X X .
ROBERT POPP NLXHQRAY QQTTS
XVTCSUTWQ, SOCCER 6355 Thy: Footbaii, Soccer, Vvrestiing,
VUSYU' SQUKUL PUNTUYY, LUG- Traffic, Honor RON, Xationzd
DOROTHY T. POXVELL SUSANN PONYELL
Chrss Phi-y Committee, Honor Ciass Pkay, NN'ays and Means,
Ron, Cinfos. Operetta Co ittee, G. A. A.,
Honor ok irl Reserves.
" M3 Ki by
HUGH PRXCE BETTY IEAN PROCTOR
Hmm' CMMCHHY Chiba Chorns, Gdee Cinb, Operetta,
'i rathc, Cx. Pt. A., Home Room
rrwmces PURPURA NAOMI QUIGG
Cynbsh Traffic, Attendance, Scholastic
, Committee, Honor Roii, Ciubs.
3. Romer QUIGG ROBERT QULUN
hm C Transferred
Nwrestiing, Tranic, Chxhs.
, N GX r A '
vs, . 4.4
-R DONALD R.'X.XlSlfY
fum' l June
Operetta Committee, L 0 g, A Golf, Cafeteria, l'sl1er Squad,
Ltlllfffll, Home Room Ollicer, Operelta, lutramural Haskel-
llonor Roll, Activities Awarcl. ball, Clubs.
, , ,
l'fI-EEN.E R. REARICK V, JAMES REDIJY
Cl1CCFlC2lClCI', Glee Clllll, OIDCP Rillg- TCQI117 Ivghcr Squjlrl
etta, Trallic, XKEL5-S aurl Meaus, Clubs.
JAC, TELTNE REED ROY REICHIIOLU
Girl Reserves, Clubs.
DOROTHY L. R EINP
. . - L 'ER
Orchestra, Log, Honor Roll, G- A4 A-, Clubs-
G. A. A., Clubs.
ELSIE RENKUS HENRY J. RENTON
Jaallfarj' Soccer, Tragic, Clubs.
Cliorus, Class Play Committee
G. A. A., Executive Board,
Home Room Officer, Clubs.
V I R G1 Xl.-X R H VNF
QR .mice RICE
June J 1111 mzry
Hostess Squad, Bulletin Board Chorus, pu,1,1fCity, Class play
Squad, Clubs. '
LD 4 x
VIRGINIA A. RAEIJF
. r WW
IARD uamr RFU
Committee, G. A. A., Clubs.
fgilb i 71 as
ff 'W' -2 XOHN RTCE STEPHEN RTCE
TTllSTiL'KT!1XTT, GMT, CMSS Phxy, Bgndy Orghggty-3, C1355 Pkg
TruHXC, Uomc Room Ckfxccr, Commirrggy Chrbg.
T Y ouor RoTT,
Lggygg YUUER THEODORE RTEGER
. unc IWW
Opcrcmx, Gh-1Rcscrves, Chxbs, SUCCCY, 0355 may COWWTUCC,
5 ' K' --
RTCHARD C. TUTTER GENE ROBERTS
Soccer, Traffic. Clubs.
- TZLTZABTZT T NT. RONEY
TLXRRTTQT RUTTRKASTTL JT A
T H W C JMX I Cx xb Chorus, Chss Pkxy Committee,
TA TC' 1 ""' ' Jog' T 5' Opcretm Commkttee, Clubs.
JAMES RYLAND FRED SQXNBURN
Tmramurrd Bzxskctbfm, VVVYCS-
ding, Track, Home Room Oi-
fxcer, HK-Y, Chxbs.
smvrfx v. SANouRSoN Egmmf SAPPLE
Jflll1llH'5T D ' mm D
Class Phxy, Honor Award, Li- LuHctm board, G. A. A, GxrT
brury, Exccutivc Board, Hon- RQSCYVCS' Cmbs'
or ROTT, Acdvitics Award.
T T as Cfsxcra
IVIARY RITA SCHEIDER JANE LOUISE SCHLOUG
f 11716 fllllllflfjf
Clubs. Glee Club, Operetta, VVays and
Means, Traffic, Class Plax
GEORGE A. SCHRlBlfR CAARL SCH UAIANN' JR'
XVrestliug, Class Play Com-
mittee, Home Room Otticer,
Clubs. 1 -
ELEAXOR V. SCHXVAGER J '1-fA' XVEIIXTSBERG
Trafuc, Operetta Committee, 111- Iubsh
Girl Reserves, G. A. A., Clubs.
VVTLLIAAI SCHYVEITZER NIANUS SCOTT
Clubs' Football, Track, Class Play,
Home Room Officer.
EETTY JANE SENIOR PAUL miles SHANOR
Chorus' Efbffffyf Clubs' Rifle Team, Decorating Squad,
Tratlic, Operetta Committee
Home Room Ofticer, Hi-Y.
LOUIS SHAYV EDXVARD J. SHERRY
Band, lubs. "H" Squad Football, lntra-
mural Basketball, TraHic
Honor Roll, junior Acaclemv
.E ,- F l
n X 5
R ALP H SHT BLEY
Hand, Orchestra, Chorus, Cdee
Traffxc, Caictcria, Home Room
JAMES SLATTERY, JR.
Hi-Y, Chrbs, Soccer.
" 'CHARLES A. SM1'Yn
Jntrmnnr1rJ Bnskctbzm, Soccer
E. REATRTCE SPEAR
J AMES SPRJ N GER
.T lm C
"JR" Squad Foothun, Jntra-
rnnrzd BaskcthaJX, T r o c k,
JACK EDXNTN SHTELDS
Tiasketbznl Track Scholar
, , st
Committee, Home Room Oi-
frcer Natiomd Honor Soci y,
- ,,- W
. f' f
GEORGE E. SIMMONS
"B'TM'SQJuad foggyrfxx Pursue
. 'J J I, AL,
ArMrg5gf'Ji6 yademy oi
Chorus, Puhncity, Class PXay
Committee, G. A. A., Chrbs.
JOHN S EVVART
Foothxrn, Puwicity, Opcretta
Committee, Lantern, Home
Room Ofncer, Chnms.
p. gi as
- -Q! qs
LOIS M. sTUCI'MAN HELEN SUMMER
Traffic, Qpe,-etta Committee, Activities Banquet Committee,
G' A- Av Council, Library, Log, G. A. A., Home Room Oflicer,
Girl Reserves. Clubs-
ELIZABETH SUTTON JEANNE SVVARTZ
Operetta Committee, G, A. A, HONOV R011. Clubs.
ELSTE TENER DXVAINE XV. 'THOMAS
f mm ftlllllllfj'
Cliorus, G. A. A., Clubs. Urestlirig, Class Play Com-
.BEVERLY MAE TILLITT GRACE TILLY
Soeial Committee, Activities Clubs.
Banquet Committee, Class Play
JOHN TURNBCLL KATHLEEN URBEN
llome Room Otlieer, Clulis. Clubs.
DOROTHY VEGELER WARREN VIETH
Tfafllf, CIHSS Play C0m1NlffCf', Football, Rzislcetlrzill, Track
G. A. A., Clubs. Clubs,
l A V
R fx ffx 5- 0
fl 'I lm 2-
H AROLD Vl'l"l'E
llliRYl.E VlNCliXT .
Chorus, Glee Club, Operetta, Band, Orchestra, Traffic,
Trallie, Lug, Girl Reserves. Cafeteria.
I Gl.ORl.X VYYTOR JOHN VOl.l,l5RllCl'lT
Class Play Conamittee, Clubs. Clulms.
MARY L. VOLMRlCl'l GEORGE XV. XVARNNWCK
Clubs. - Soeeer Manager, Decorating.
We dia! Squad, Usher Squad, Public
Address, Honor Roll, Clubs.
'sl I 5 70
RC'l'l'l li. NNUXTSUN RlARlORlE XVEATQERWAX
Class Play, llonor Roll, Girl Social Conimi Nays and
Reserves, Clubs. Means, Class l ly mniittee,
Luntefn , ,Reserves
f Wirumi R v TUNER
ROBERT XVEBER . . .
.Tanuary Q A jmw
Soeeer, Cafeteria, Class Play Bulletin Board, Clubs.
Coniniittee, lli-Y, Clubs. V ' H
vinoima wisnxisn MAME WETZEL
Class Play, Vlfays and Means Tfaflw, H0910 ROOW 065001
Q, A, A., Clubs llonor Roll, Girl Reserves
G. Ps. A., Clubs.
Log, Girl Reserves. ,
JANE XVHEELERLRL' ROBERT VVHITELOCK
Clzorus, Glee Club, Operetta, F00fl12iU, BIISIYCHJHII, Track,
T1-3HiQ, Library, Girl Reserycs, Trzzllic, Social Committee, Ac-
Qlubg, livities Award.
LOUISE RCTII WYLD HARRY XYILSON
Jallllaz'-1' f 11110
Glee Clulr, Class Play, Traffic, Track, Honor Roll, Clubs.
Lazzlem, Girl Reserves.
ATANCY VVILSOA' JAMES C. WINN
Football Manager, Tennis
Manager, Class Play Commit-
RICHARD WOLF LOTS MAE VVOODBURX
Track, Home Room Ofiicer, Chorus, Operettzl Committee
FI01101' ROII, Cllairmzm, Traffic, Attemlanrc
Ways and Means, Girl Rc-
JEAN VVYRE ANN YANKOSKY
June - v June
Tragic, VVays and IVICQTIS, Hostess Squad, Clubs.
Operetta Committee, Library,
.fi Q QA A 45
J OHN BERNATH
JOH N ENGLISH
August I ,IVJ-fl-'
A HAROLD LANG
. f ,june
Football, Soccer, Intramural
Basketball, Executive Board.
ANNA RUTH MARTIN
VVILLIAM MCRQBERTS ' '
ARCH POVVELL, JR,
Rfflc, H1-Y, Clubs.
1 'J W
, vlfit Twelve B Grade
Q ,pygmy !6W,,,i,,aez ,-Sm ee,
B it F fwllurrnzlle " -f C ,
frftq af U
First Row: jeanne Ererhart, Lucille Vincent, jeanne Green, liileen Sebulske, Annette
Loughborough, Margaret Martsolf, jean Dobson, Lois'Trageser, janet Collins, janet
Buckingham, Gene Donelson, Ruth Templeton, Charlotte Schultz, Dorothy Neilson,
Margaret Osbourne, Helen Hopper, Audrey Hance, Laura Robinette, Phyllis Schumm,
Second Row: Margie Kraber, Barbara Blair, Florence Orr, Louise Markle. Sophie Kazior,
lfleanor Forbes, Betty Meyers, Ruth Means, lilspeth jordan, Margie Morrison, Virginia
Davis, Virginia Myers, Mary Lou Garner, Angelina Mastanclrea, Margaret Say, jean
Charlton, Nancy l'fer, Mary Louis Haynes.
Third Row: VVilbert Hutchison, l'aul Magnus, llt-nry llepner, Harry Lammert, Dick
Berger, Charles Courtney, jesse Ilill, jim Brady, liugene Matthews, jack Rothman, Art
Kiefer, Don Kramer, Charles Dixon, Mac Corner. Albert liisenbeis, jim Taylor, Paul
de Beneclietis, Karl Krcigline, Don -Remensnyder, jim Lane, Carl Schumann, Bob Davis,
Fourth Row: Charles Erikson, Charles Purnell, Bob Nickeson, Frank Fitch, Dick Creps,
Dave Young, Alex Copetas. llarolcl Bucher, Bill Amos, Art Adamson, Ray Smith,
Charles Clarke, Al Butcher, Charles Miller, llarry Burkhart, Bill jackson, Don Rich-
ardson, Stanley Shepard, jack McGovern, Bob lfaloon.
47 1 i
,1 ew at
lfirzrf liars: Lucille Lncchesi, ,lean Post, Betty Vick, Joan Schroeder, Jane Stnrinan,
Dorothy Vance, Elizabeth 1-Xhbott, Betty Shatter, Shirley Massiclf. Mary l-lousley,
Kathryn Bailey, lre11e Maloney, Peggy Sack, Elaine Bullions, Betty Erisman, Gertrude
lllltlO11, Betty Lee Scott, Dolores Luterancik, Kathleen RiFHe, Ruth Conaway.
.SQUUOIZZII Row: Peggy Johns, Ja11e Bower, Marjorie Bechtel, Anna Herb, Evelyn Jones,
Rosemary l'urpura, Amelia Richardson, Ann Markey, Edith Sn1itl1, Doris Phillips,
Phyllis Holloway, Rita Lnxhacher, Rlllll Renton, Rutl1 Stolze, Leona Schneider, Thirza
Slll'l1llOl1S, llele11 Jane llilmbs, Mary Ann Hodtuin, Joan NVyman, Helen Galcnec, Mar-
garet Rech, Edith Rickley, Marjorie Couch, Dorotl1y McKibbin, Marion Getty, Mary
Third Row: Betty JHIIC San1nels, Carolyn Maser, Ruth Jolly, Martha Harlan, Helene
Schenck, lfleanor Kirsopp, Bernice Tracey, Mary Louise Knight, Emma Arbes, Jeanne
llast, Dorothy Keleher, Norma XVhitehouse, Betty Snplee, Jean Ledwith, Dale Kirsopp,
Geraldine McQuillen, Ethel Lorenz, Mary Ann Falk, Betty Shirk, Grace Judge, Patricia
McClain, Nancy Morrison.
l"o'1"'l1 Row' Dorothea Rawa, Margaret Mellott, Dorothy Greiner, Jacqueline Young, Bar-
hara Bridges, Betsy Ann Plank, Ruth Morgan, Audrey Phillips, Jean Moorhouse, Jea11
Dun11, Rosemary Stewart, Vera McColligan, Mary Louise Hei1nbuecl1er, Dorothy
Rustad, Doris Smiley, Virginia Powell, Dorotl1y Campbell, Jesse Provost, Margaret
Russell, Norma Baker, Dorothy Kachurik, Vera Davis, Marian Abdon, Beatrice Taylor,
Mary Fitzgerald, Lucianne lsham, Jeanne Condit. l
Fifth Row: Bob Hugus, Don Kallock, Fred Krugh, Dick Fuchs, John Usher, Charles ' k
Seghers, 'lillO1Tlll.S Yollbrecht, Grant Beacl1, Jack Donoghue, Joe Thompson, Jim Turner, t, E.,
David Sto11er, Jim Kernan, Bill Duncan, Stanley Milewsky, VVayne Van Zandt, Carl X 'k',"
Daube, Robert Halen, XYalter Cavalovitch, Bill Kelly, Glenn Terry, Bernard Hobday. N '
,S'z,1'1'11 Row: Larson Brown, Lawrence XVillian1s, Bill Rogers, Bill O'Connor, Jol1n Shaffer,
Ira Matheny, Jack Ballard, James Stewart, John Grimenstein, Dick Foster, Bill Clatty,
Bill O'Brien, Robert Campbell, Jack May, Richard Pickett, Jerry Matthews, Ed Hutche-
son, Bill lldischas, Fred Clam, Jack Allderige.
.q6'Z't'l1f11 Note: Bob Hanna, XVilliam Procter, Bill Reddy, Bill Shater, VVesley Barthelmes,
Ed Cipriano, Jack Stahlnecker, Chandler Ketchum, Ed Charnell, XYarren Stuehing,
Harry Murphy, Jesse Cullison, Richard Laphain, Ji111 Zook, llarry Benz, Jin1 Nichol,
Rex l'lan11nerly, Marion Cieslicki, Jack Shields. Roy Brahm.
lfigfztlz Korv: Lea McLean, Creighton Murphy, Toni Hooper, Dean Kroh, Bob Truehlootl,
John Brandt, Don Stechschulte, George Doxflihoe, Judson Prindle, Bill Smith, Ton1
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First Row: Irene Shaffer, A , ' ' Balach, Alma Roehler, Margaret Nonic, Katherine
Ziefel, Mary Elizabeth Mershiox-1, Martha McFall, Mary Boyd, Pat Brady, Lois Ken-
nedy, Marion Vlfright, Mary Alma Lapsley, Dorothy Myers, Patricia Colgate, Virginia
VVolt, Nancy Sebring, Trene Brenkus, Grace Gebhardt, Patricia Brown, Ann Simmons.
Second Raw: Helen Gaul, Mary Margaret Blum, jean lXlcCandless, jean DeLong, Phoebe
Vittor, Nancy Stanier, Nellie Caramela, Marie Ziefel, Mildred Volz, Dorothy Wetzel,
Dorothy Ball, Dorothy Homer, Madeline Wheeler, Betty Schick, Betty Smith, Lillian
Killinger, Mary Jean Anderson, Katherine Dowling, Louise Stabile, Phyllis Evans, Con-
cetta Cipriano, Edith Smith, Rosemary Blum, Louise Campbell, junetta Fidinger.
Third Row: Annie Lou Duncan, Jeanne Burke, Ann Simpson, Betty Wlayinan, Helen Fet-
terman, Ruth Field, Lenore DeWall, Jane Roberts, Florence Yost, jean Prass, Betty
Campbell, Harriette Allen, Anna Moury, Grace VVild, Dorothy Stauff, Suzanne Craw-
ford, Virginia Ballard, Miriam VVallgren, Peggy Lewis, Dorothea Seifert, Beverly
lmrie, Annette Moses.
Fourth Row: Virginia Trunzo, Roberta Green, Vickie Carafas, Louise llilf, Charles Hast,
Mike Litwin, Bill Stout, Bill Sholl, Henry Powell, Bill l'roctor, Joseph Haynes, Bill
Hoffman, Bob McElroy, Wlallace Coyte, Ed KlcEnteer, Bob Nolle, Hazel Loeffel,
Marilyn Hansen, Elva Thomas, ,lean Xlacke, Doris llopkins.
Iiiftli RON: Fred Griiliths, Robert Crowell, Ed Kappel, Ed Housley, Cyril lvory, John Tem-
pleton, Dick Mills, VVallace McClelland, Glenn Geiger, Leo Grosso, VValden DeVore,
Ted Bnchek, Don Denkle, Gilmore VVilliams, llarry Urell, Bob Charters, Bill Hall, Fred
Hamilton, Bill Underwood, Dalton Courtney, Bob Stutt.
Sixtlz Note: Earl Miller, Ernest Giles, Louis Ringling, Dick Evans, Frank Glenn, Mike
Dulski, Tom Ulam, Lewis Smith, John Clapperton, Bob Bender, Leo Haller, ,lack Wfil-
son, Allen Beck. Pat Flannigan, Melvin Jones, Leo Chess, Bill Truschel, Dick Collins,
Bill Walton, Dick Grant.
Sevefltlz Role: Bob Nixon, Robert Lindsay, Bob Dawson, James llarrison, Harry Vtfight,
Nick Stabile, Clark Hogsett, Glenn Vlfilliams, Bob Mcliwen, George Hanson, Bill
O'Melia, Ray Frodey, NValter Labrenz, Bill Douglas, Francis Klancher, Bill Taylor,
Dick Law, Jack Rider.
Eighth Row: George Foster, Edmond Colaianni, Don Edmundson, Dick Knowlson, Edward
Aires, Bill VX'hittield, Ed Hammel, Edmund Smith, Kay Smith, Bill Baker, Roland Suth-
erland, Bill Housley, Bob Burlingame, Stuart Champion, jim McCormick, Frank O'Hara.
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F .ffl Qote: argaretta Eckles. Elizabeth El iston, Marietta Young, Mary Jane Nickeson,
J Ah-ne Scl ough, jeanne Hutchison, Bernice Harris, Dorothy Simon, Virginia Bowland
Margie Anderson, Peg Taylor, Eunice Smith, Betty VVillianis, Margaret Stahlnecker,
f Nl Charlotte Thomas, Ruth Love, Jeanne jordan. Lucille McCurry, Betty NVhitfield, Phyllis
Sfrond Row: Shirley Nelson, Margaret Brown, XVilma Andreen, Pauline Galenee, Jane
Ross, Betty Shakespeare, Inger Arnesen, Nancy Zxvinggi, Kathryn Glenn, Nancy Noyes,
Pompea Cardarelli. Ellen Haberman, Catherine Brannon, Nancy Roney, Llarjorie
Survinski, Louise McClyinont, Jean Ehlers, Dorothy Huffman, Ouida McGehee, Betty
Madden, Elsie Arnesen, Virginia Metcalfe, ,loan Metiinniss, Marilyn Chlinger, Mary
Lee Barton. Madeline Clark.
Third Row: George Shields, Raymond Bower, Dick Schaefer, Richard Everline, Bill Scott,
George Mayall, Evelyn Rees, Margaret Livingston, Florence Gregory, Laverne Barrett,
Devora Ballon, june Sinexve, Peggy Gaylord, Myrel Ulmer, Marion Kuehner, Shirley
Blass, Sprudina Pennick, jean Stanley, Mary Catherine XVolfe, Ruth Duling, Sophie
Caster, Bob May, Elmer Tracey, George Graham, David Griffiths, Robert MeRoberts,
Jack Stringer, Sam Aston,
Foitrih Row: Henry Petrick, Paul Good, Bill Bertelsen, .lack Powell, Harry Ammann,
Russell VVolfertz, Dale Reckley. Richard Koch, Charles Brown, Malvin Sander, Bob
Short, Bob Kirk, Don XYilliams, -loc Cavalovitch. Roy Beatty, Alec Luft, Dean Copetas,
Jim Dernmel, VVilliam Lytle, Dick Conroy, Mike Cavalovitch, John Sowers.
liifih Row: Bill McGee, Charles Culbertson, Bill Koenig, Bob Reed, Ray Aitken, Don
Boyer, Bob Keene, Daniel VVinslow, Lynn l-leiss. XVallace Root, ,lim Beam, Tom Carr,
Douglas Baird, Carlton -Iewett, Erroll Dexter, Bob Little, llarold llammerstrom, B ll
K McCormick, john McCall, Lee lXlfeQuistion.
,Sixth Row: Norbert Buckley, Jack Crawford, John Matragas, Jack Dragonette, Philip
Weisel, john Lewis, Charles Roberts. ,lim Paulos, Bob Rick, Bob Campbell, Bob Seiferth,
Vincent Joyce, Ralph Koerber, Jack Burley, Bill Baker, XX'allaee Prass, Rolla Millet,
Robert Zima, VValter Schumm, Bob Drake.
Severitli Row: Carolton Shaffer, Bob Creps. jack Vogel, Bob Holstead, Ray Robb, Frank
Boss, Bill Philips, -lohn Ketchum, llarold Simmons, Charles Hugus, Bob Baker.
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First Row: Anna Mae Miller, Peggy Medley, Evelyn Davison, Eleanor Dunlap, Priscilla
'l'ite, llelen Stafford, Maxine Balch, Pattie lfindley, Virginia Bellingham, Louise Brown,
jane Murray, Peggy .-Xlderson, Marjorie Ruppelt, janet Snyder, Betty Hughes, Gene-
vieve Dulski, Margaret Lawrence, Kathryn Tepe, Martha Atkins, Florence Dutton.
Secmzd Row: Mildred Pecovisli, Margie Funk, jean Anderson, Betty Lee Keane, Megan
Whelan, Elizabeth Hofrichter, Beverly Knechtel, Marcella Hofrichter, june Shepler,
lilide Romanueci, Peggy McElroy, Mary Catherine Dwyer, Lucille Stalilnian, Sonia
Grufman, Patty Lou Adam, Catherine Miller, Evelyn Lang, Margaret Slattery, Gertrude
Brannon, Margaret Bergman, Ethel XYeisman, Gloria Kohlmyer, Virginia XVoody, Peggy
Greulich, Audrey Allee, Marjorie Parks.
Third Row: Mary Meroyich, Bette Eleckeustein, .lean Hosick, Betty Mcllee, Betty Grubbs,
Patricia Scott. Elizabeth Bush, Mary Lou Betz, Evelyn Barteaux, Patricia Ryan, Arlene
Schroth, Dorothy Pierce, Barbara llahner, Patricia Helland, lrmarie Scheuneman,
Betsy Hamilton, Barbara Mathews, Dorothy Barto, Marjorie Graham, Margaret Makar,
jane Becraft, Barbara Brill, Naomi Hern, Jean Ramsey.
Fourth Roni: Cleland Nelson, Bill Eeisley, Bill Longstaff. Don Keagy, Gloria Weiss, Billie
Jean Huber, Virginia Heron, Leona Cipriano, Sally Runyon, Marilyn Cavanagh, jean
Clark, ,lean Cunningham, Marianne llatton, Ruth Gordy, Eileen llilf, Mary Ruskell,
Leona Betz, Virginia Volkay, Nick Yalicenti, John Magnus, lack Langstaff, NVesley
Fifth Row: Jim Rector, Dick Forgette, XYalter Smith. Bill Remensnyder, Jim VVilfong,
Bob Towner, Tom Hartman, Jim Culton, Braden Swaney, Bob Culliane, Bob Fleisch-
auer, Baker Kearfott, Dan Bode, Earle Patterson, Charles Pratt, Wesley Cronmiller,
Bob Kaschak. Russell Clatty, Benton Kline, Steve Gaber.
Sixth Rate: Tom McSteen, Karl Sittler, jim Champion, Ken Haughin, George Senheiser,
VVarren Gorham, Robert Leech, Ed Ryan, Bob Dressing, Albert Lainmert, Franklin
Elliott, Gordon Stewart, Raymond Heinen. 'Warren Martin, Edwin Campbell, Robert
Roberts, jim Seifert, John Emery, John johnson.
Seveutlz Row: Jack Glessner, Bob McCue, George Dulabon, Ellsworth Harris, Bob Clarke,
John Hannon, Duncan Brown, Charles Mehling, Dale Hamilton, Ed Sweet, Vincent
O'Brien, Ellis Booker, Don Kindschi, Ben Kenny, Harry Ruppel, Roger Dejohn, Jack
XYard, jack Bergman, George Cruikshank, -loe llardy, Paul Hawkshaw, Ray Deemer.
inth Grade -aa.: gs
First Row: Maxine Acosta, Dorothy Coons, Dorothy VValsh, Jean Purves, Ethel Stark,
Alice Means, Gayle Thonipson, Constance Hatton, Mary Sebring. Patty Green, Edith
Thompson, Marilyn Streich, Rosemary McNamara, Ellen NVitte, Nancy Cameron, Betty
Rank, Martha Coate, Sara Ross, Ruth Maier, Betty Paulson, Betty Harsch, Mary
Scrozzd Kate: Betty Killinger, Pearl Shapiro, Helen Vincent, Mary Frances Mahafhe,
Jacquelyn Kline, Ruth VValters, Thelma Henderson, Clara Tebbets, Barbara Wlielan,
Betty VVeisel, Lois Hervet, Nancy Matthews, Mary Ellen McConnell, Mary Friday,
Laverne Patter, lrene Fekete, Jean VYatson, Marilyn Chrystal, Mary Ellen llenderson,
Mary Vietmeier, Mary Ann Snowdcn, Louise Koenig, Betty Long, Patty NViggins,
Helen Louise Meyers, Carrie VVaddell.
Third lime: Dorothy Luss, Joyce Aiken, Betty Seifert, Laverne Susanna. Elaine Alex-
ander, Jean Deutsch, Patricia May, Virginia Rohrkaste, June Schwartz, Grace Heck,
Violet Herzog, Joan Daker, Lois Crawford, Betty Butler, Mary Casper, Florence
Colaianni, Irene Bucher, Eleanor Ann Collins, Mary Ann Atherholt, Alberta Baumann.
Janet Darby, Virginia Schrader, Joyce Marshall.
Iiomfth lr'0'w: Dick Rohrich, Marie llleding, Julia Makar, Jane Stewart, Harriett Stine,
Sally Mcliall, Blanche Burnett, Lois Miller, Anne Brown, Virginia Perry, Marguerite
Kilt, Shirley Parker, Jane Ernest, Glenys Mechem, Betty Haynes, Janice Mcuschke,
Joan Hallain, Margaret Auty, Dick Seifert.
Fifth Knit? Jack Sholl, David Faloon, Vincent Lascheid, Howard Stuckeman, Bill 'XYitney,
Lawrence Rank, Lucian Caste, Acky Copetas, George llcCall, Joseph Hardwick, Robert
Edmundsou, TValter Kraber, Scott Stanley, George Loos, lidward Amend, Jack Kimes,
Wlalter Brand, Bill Sumner, Tom Flanigan.
,bRl'.l'flI Rnrv: ,lim Miller. Bruce Murray, John Clam, Harry Hoffner, Bob Anderson,
Charles Casper, Hubert Hanks, Joe Stewart, Charles McClelland, John Wleimer, Bill
Gritlith, Jack Meyers, Bill Aldrich, Jack Iliinmelrich, Jack Thelan, Jim McMichael,
Frank Miller, John Sack, Bob Maylield, Charles Reed, Bill Garner.
.SJUZJFILHI Rare: Bob Meneilly, John Murphy, Bob Perry, Bill Garner, Jim Cooper, Vllalter
Snyder, Bob Jenners, Chester Edmunds, Jack Boor, John Spirka, Glen Campbell, Leslie
Davis, Richard Colgate, Edward Fink, Rolfe Harper, Hugh Hamilton, Donald Logan,
Bill llritchard, Max Salisbury.
lfiglzlli Raw: Charles Adams, Bob llell, Jack Richards, Grant Evans, Bill Tarn, Bob
Ricker, Jiiu Murphy, Richard Hogsett.
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liirxl Row: Carmella Benedetti, Barbara Shaffer. Marilyn McBride, Isabelle Romain, Nancy
Wolfe, Lillian Pasqual, jean Ellen Stewart, june Eairman, Ann Lee Alexander, Carol
-lean VVaechter, Barbara Bacon, Minnette Fritts, Joan Baserman, Evelyn Burtis,
Mary Lu Pursell, Lois Horning, Gene Xkeigand, Doris Hanks, Roberta Emery, Dorothy
.Siecond Kate: David Finn, llelen Lastooka, NYinifred Hilf, Betty Kail, Dolores Thompson,
Barbara Beatty, june Christman. Betty Schoenberger, Virginia Stutt, Barbara Clapp,
Ruth Louise Rice, Shirley Phillips, Selma Drumm, Barbara Hofrichter, Patricia
McCartney, Lucille Ortolt, Camilla Kerrigan, llelen Duling, Margaret Livingston, Edna
XYood, Barbara McClain, Betty VYendell, Nita Del Grande, Florence llatz, Stella
Cheberenehick, Evelyn Matthews, Rosemary Heinen, Mary Agnes Voskuhl, Peggy
Albright, Margaret Soloman, Virginia Sommer, Gloria Lamark, Eleanor Cain.
Thin! Row: Edward Smull, Bill Keeling, Stuart Zimmerman, June Black, Clarissa XYil-
liams, Carol llickock, Mary Vanzin, Blanche Northart, Geraldine Barrett, Mary Caste,
Peggy Bowlus, Betty Kleppick, Helen Boss, Helen Stabile, Celina McGovern, Grace
Kalloek, Laverne Boss, Betty Lou Bell, Lorna Gulley, Patsy Adam, Shirley Clayton,
Madeline O'Brien, Ruth Meier, Virginia Reiter, Alice Lee Gardner, Kathleen Alainison,
'Hesley Coltman, Russell Stechschulte, Alan Xkeatherell, Edgar Bard.
Iiourfh Row: ,lack Keeler, Charles Schaffer, Alvin Thomas, Charles Ollanlon, jack
Krieger, Bill Simmerman, Charles Davis, Albert Davis, ,lane Mensch, Marjorie Orr,
Betty Lu Moreland. Mable Poster, Emily Fergus, jaeklyn Tuttle, Lorraine Varkins,
llolores Van Dugteren. Yirginia Klulhollan, .lane Daley, Laura Turner, Mary Nlartha
Phillips, janet Adam. Regina Opferman, Katherine Diery, ,lane Cramer, Nell Collins,
Dick Adamson, NVarren Hoffman, john Beitler, Tom llopper, Kenneth Metivier, Robert
Sullivan, Jay Arthur, Walter Blume.
Fifth Row: Bob Kane, .lim Finn, VVilliam Zewe, James McVay, Vtfilliam Schrader, John
Logan, Tom Greulieh, John Sieger, Henry Buehek, Tony Grosso, Gerald Knaus, Dick
Cranston, Tom Lavelle. John Friend, Bill Eckenrode, Jim McPeak, Gerald Creehan,
Donald O'Conn0r, Art Creehan, James Brezger, James Davies, Robert Nagel, Bill Furst,
Dick Owen, Jack Paulus, John Long, John Kough.
,S'i,1'lh Row: Frank Kenney, Alvin Dyer, George Kletch, Harry Brown, David Danner,
Robert Budden, George Fisher, Matthew Purpura, Bill Barr, Clyde Farmer, Frank
Susco, Edward Happe, Pom Nichols, Bill Trageser, Robert Manley, jack Ilimmel-
rich, Bob Goldsmith, Dick Russon, Harry Herliuger, Llewellyn Botula, llarry Lose,
Paul Evers, David VVoodworth, James Cotts, Bill Sellors.
Sc"z1e1zth Row: James Vtfaters, Charles VVoll, Elmer Dixon, Robert Quinn, Ralph Coltman,
Norman Kern, Richard McEwen, Ross Smith, Bill Arther, Robert Teasdale, Jack Tab-
ler, Robert Goss, Jack Moore, Rand Schenck, John Rees, Paul Vieth, Charles Judge,
Eugene Karsh, Ed Fonzi, john Buekey, Paul Kernan.
Eighth Row: Bob Corbett, Tom Duff, Francis Daube, NYalter Taylor, Bill Corbett, Donald
Hubbard, Bill Cummins, Clare McDermott, .lohn Frank, john Moran, Bud Babbitt, Gene
Smoot, Stephen VYard, Frank MacQuown, Donald Hast, David Davies, Bill Ross.
Eighth Grade G
First Row: Sara Giles, Elaine Risch, Florence Henderson, Marilyn Pringle, Marian Lan-
dergott, Diana Ketchum, Nancy Mills, Marjorie Eva, June Buckingham, Janet Lewis,
Joan Schaeffer, Jane Bullions, Margery Graham, Carol Miller, Mary Lou Aitkin, Doro-
thy Tattersall, Jane Franham, Rosemary Kearfott, Joan Kalbach, 'Willa llance, Jean
Hopper, Doris McCormick.
Second Row: Margaret VVheeler, Jacqueline Alexander, Caroline Crawford, Marie Scar-
vace, Gloria Corbett. Nancy Urner, Dorcas Rumsey, Edna O'Donnell, Margie Ham-
merly, Elaine Caramela, Betty Jane Hyams, Mary Jane McTlvried, Gail Mcnsch, Lois
Moriarity, Wanda Garver, Eva Thomas, Mary Brown, Sara Ream, Ruth Judge, Gloria
McQuillen, Mary Lou Lamark, Patricia Forbes, Barbara Hixon, Dorothy Brill.
Third Row: Virginia LeFurgy, Evangeline Matragas, Catherine Ball, Eloise Fiand, Ruth
Simmons, Patty Gatter, Mildred Xlowcry, Jean Linncrt, Dorothy Deutsch, Jean Law-
rence, Jean Fisher, Patsy O'Brien, Betty Donges, Carolyn Thomas, Nancy Charles,
Martha Mackey, Audrey Colledge, Jean McGhee, Maribelle Powell, Joan Marquis.
Fourth Row: Bill Bode, Jim Davis, John Bruno, Harry Keck, VValter Huhn, Bob Bam-
ford, Ed McAninch, George Pace, Bob Miller, Ann Haygood, Lucy Frenkle, Gloria
Langstaff, Virginia Kough, George Ritchey, Charles Haus, Jim Parmley, Hobart
Chivers, Fred Walter, Bob VVitney, Bill Fee, Bob Oates, John Bermel.
Fifth Row: Charles Carson, Frank Price, Boyd Speaker, Bill XVCFITIC, George Housley
Bob Romaine, John Clarke, Charles Hurley, Bill Evans, Bill Perkins, Roy Clark, Charles
Esgar, Bill Davis, Ted Ramsey, Roy Loughborough, John Taylor, Jack Neilson, Warrtrii
Edwards, Peter Schroeder, John Davis.
Sixth Row: Bob VVinslow, Bob McClain, Lester VValirenburg. Ralph Orr, Bob Banbrow,
Frank Benson, Piersol Murray, Martin Arden, Jim Stone, Victor Minnotte, Earl Cnlli-
son, Charles Stein, Bob Scharnberg, Guinn Price, Roger O'Connor, Jack Hardwick,
Varick Schwartz, Dick Young, Norman Phillips, Richard Frost,
Seventh Row: Glenn Brucggemann, James Dnchene, Jack Marshall, Donald Lindcman,
Phillip Bray, Bill XVick, Bob Murphy, XValter Roberts, Bill Yohe, Richard Curtin, Ralph
English, Charles Swartz, Bob List, Bartlett Giles, Bill Gilfillan, Rudolf Hofer, Bill
Shannon, Bill McCaskey, Richard Boosinger.
Eighth Row: Jim Mawha, Paxtd VVatkins, Robert Clatty.
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Fin! Roto: Olive Gallaher, Marcia Bulger, Mildred Franson, Mary Hofsos, Katherine
Grimenstein, julie Ann Randall, Bardarah McCandless, Alice Pillischer, Betty Peat,
Julianne Tiegel, Charlotte Abbott, Aim Bailey, Barbara lluber, Melba Schmidt, Eliza-
beth Hislop, Ruth Anderson, Martha Kenan, Lucille Coons, Nancy Rice, Peggy Patton,
Francis Fuller, Sally Connor.
Second Row: Ann Babbitt, June Shepard, Gloria Findley, Elizabeth Fee, Patsy Moss,
Marilyn Sidnell, Ruth Diery, lane Purcliard, Camille Vallerina, Alma Jean Richards,
Wilnia Hawkins, Ada Louise Ringdal, Nancy Lee Niclclas, Gloria I-lilf, Julia Ann Rust,
Virginia Simmons, Nancy Tarn, Margery Little, Margery McMillan, Muriel Brown,
Betty Parke, Katheryn Acosta, Margaret Gardner, -lean Hogsett, Peggy Blair, Mar-
Third Row: Anna Haines, Lois Minnotte, Lillian Underwood, Martha Steele, Carol Him-
melriek, Doris Jean Crocker, Audrey Leonard, Dorothy Kiefer, Phyllis Conner,
Margery McCall. Rlaurine Hatman, Shirley Stevenson, Annette Francis, Thalia Meyer,
Shirley Tisdale, Virginia NVood, Nola Grimes, jean Beam, Jane Gaiser,
Fourllz Row: Bill Lascheid, Jim Cardarelli, Paul Del Grande, Bob Boyle, Joe English,
llarold Bradtute, Toni Hanover. Richard De Longa, Dick Mager, Donald Rhodewalt,
Walter Anderson, -lim Mayer, Byron Meyer, llarold Taylor, Tom Orr, Bill Ballon,
Mert Proctor, Ugo Siconolh, Bob Keagy, Howard Bower.
Iiiffh Row: David Hatz, Elmer Yost, Bob Reading, Bob Stoner, Bill Moore, Bob King,
Lee Hutton, Arthur Grittiths, Bob Gathmann, Bill Kraft, Leonard De Longa, Laird
Kroh, Charles Gonder, Bob Starling, George Kroher, Joe Kelly, Bruce llarrison, Dave
Smith, Kenneth Kimes, August De Giovanni,
Sixlh Row: Merle Adams, Gordon Lunsforcl, Jim Feisley, Robert Pelz, Bob llasselman,
llultz Giles, Bob Lewis, Carter Ruskell, Norman XVilson, Bill Morton, George Smith,
Calvin Hartman, Leslie Nelson, Bill Dunkle, George Abbott, Ray Simmons, Glenn
Butler, Bill Bucher, Nicholas Krayer.
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First Row: Rosa Lee McNulty, Shirley Ringdclheim, Cornelia Lopez, Peggy Kline, Audrey
Proctor, Jane Blair, Joanne Greer, lfileen Hoffman, Joan Miller, Nancy Waterhouse,
Kay Gould, Carol Clark, Peggy Ann House, Margaret Huber, Louise Wliitcoinbr, Janet
Scott, Millicent Barnard, Carolyn Craft, Helen Zimmerman, Mabel De Lano, Phyllis
Wolfe, Corinna Bernd, Ila Hallowell, Carolyn Drake, Jane Hamilton.
Second Row: Marilyn Andreen, Marilyn Sandborn, Susanne Rinehart, Virginia Graham,
Marilyn Ramsey, Mary Jane Barthelmes, Jean Hathaway, Carolyn King, Vivian
Uhlinger, Helen Corner, Gretchen Haughton, Nancy Louise Kenny, Betty Jane Mercer,
Jean Staggs, Janet Lichtenthaler, Virginia Schweinsberg, Jean Jones, Mickey McCollum,
Lucille Mathews, Vera McFarland, Irene Chotner, Helen Baumbach, Lois Burke,
Third Row: Barbara Wire, Doris Appel, Martha VVilber, Anna Mae Schweitzer, Marilyn
Buncher, Mary Peoples, Emmajean Aston, Patsy Heckler, Adriane Handel, Mary Fodel,
Mary Harper, Peggy Kuehner, Alice Romain, Jean Angle, Eva Clark, Virginia Reese,
May Dee Scheuneman, Mildred Brahm, Audrey Stahl, Betty Yeagle, Patricia Van Duyl,
Fourth Row: Barbara Johnson, Barbara Skoog, Marion Korb, Ruth Wriglit, Marjoiy
Huntsberger, Mary Foster, Lois Anne Lowe, Huberta Murphy, Theda Brinkam,
Marilyn Ricker, Janet Lee Philips, Jean McGovern, Charlene Hood, Norma Appel,
Helen Koontz, Natalie Leech, Joan Peterson, Joan Poellet.
Fifth Row: Charles Haviland, Bob Ferguson, Jim Thompson, Howard Forbes, Bob Bertel-
son, Bill Lowe, Dan Harrison, David Charnell, Bill Lambie, Kenny Marshall, Harrison
Muller, David Uline, Bob Adkins, Boyd Grimes, Charles McGovern, Norwood Allen,
Russell Hamler, Joe Campbell, Lee French, Bob Ziegler, Leo O'Donnell.
Sixth Row: Hale Hill, Joe Scarvace, Jack Geinzer, Dick Tolcr, George Turnbull, Bob
Keagy, Malcolm Sheppard, Bill Eiler, Louis Greulich, Jack Collins, Don O'Hara, Jacob
Pursell, Douglas Anderson, Jack Green, Dan VVilliams, Fred Boder, John Marlow,
Mawin Rapp, Boyd Cleaver, James Kirk.
,bSl"UCllfh Row: David Gibson, David MacKenzie, Charles Mershon, Dick Peters, Herbert
Johnson, Bob Crowe, Don Brown, Joe Cook, Jack Eichenberg, Malcolm Agnew, Bob
VVhitehill, Joseph DeLuke, Bill Thomas, NValter Remp, Donald Young, Frank Beal,
James Ross, Dan XVersant, Jim Schenck.
Eighth Row: Charles Knache, Frank Southworth, Alfred Burnham, Dalton Rumbergen,
David Craft, Bob Ball, George Adair, Bill Knechtel, Bob Baldinger, Charles Hamblen,
Raymond Schaefer, Paul Hoerath, Joe Kirsopp, Glenn Frazce, Harry Fonzi, Donald
VYclls, Charles Studeny, Steve Bleecker, Bill Porter, Allen Calhoun,
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Leaving our scholars to their studies, We sail peacefully along the airvvays.
But not for long---soon vve are compelled to make a forced landing, after
being bombarded by requests such as these:
4'Get your red-hot vveiners here. Only Sc and smothered in mustard."
L'Come, come my good man, and have you purchased a Lantern yet?"
L'Will you please buy your Log from me? This year were going to
have the duckiest pictures and things." This vague petition comes from a
Log salesman, pleading in the undaunted spirit of "Do or Die."
These entreaties plus the stampede of committee members hastening to
their meetings nearly overcome us, but vve finally escape to the hills on our
Cream of the Crop
Q First Noir: xl2ll'Qtll'l1l llartsolf. .lane St'lllOll2lI. Louise Nleliol. Louise Wild. lil0I'lhlllX Kzlessner,
Fdna May Jolinston. Mary lltIllSt'lllll1'T. Sepia S:1111le1'so11 Q Seconrl I1'n11': Il:11'old l.z111g:stz1IT, Kurt
Meiiselikll, John lllll'f0l'tl, Mn1'1':1y Potts, .lolin Goltltliwait. 'Fed lllll'llN. Dave Young, lfl4fll2ll'tl ll0l'1l'
iner, llill Cranstoll. .Iaek Shields. llll2ll'll4S Iinss, tllenn lleek, liill llilllllllbt-'ll.
National Honor Society
And there, gentle readers, are the
prides of Mt. Lebanon, the cream of
a Senior Crop, in other words, our
All chosen by a faculty committee,
these fortunate few were initiated in-
to the mysteries of the National
Honor Society, of whose "promised
landu many have dreamed. Much
consternation annually confronts the
committee however, for VVE, the
Seniors, are of such unusual calibre.
-fthat, well, when only fifteen per
cent of the graduating class, ten per
cent of twelve B, and five per cent of
eleven A are admitted to those golden
portals of knowledge, that 'leaves
quite a few in mourning! Klost of us.
however, are content to brag about
our classmates, whose superior char-
acter, scholarship. leadership. and
other ships of various virtues. have
conimended them to the Society.
Since nineteen thirty-one Mt. l.eb-
anonites have had the pleasure of
wearing their noses as high as nature
permitted and slapping the backs of
their prize scholars, usually the more
modest. at that.
Seriously enough. it is fortunate
for some that our judges do not rely
so much upon grades as a ruler. for
only an upper third rating is cle-
manded, but the judges seein to con-
centrate on character and student
leadership. Usually after one year's
attendance in the school, perhaps
winning an Activities key, and keep-
ing his name clean from references
of paperwads, a yet undaunted spirit
is led forth into that dreamland of
honor. Of course, the members and
their shiny gold pins, are always ac-
cnsingly apparent to you tand to
your parents ll and still, they heighten
the misery of us unfortunates by
walking about in a thoroughly under-
.-Xs wholly envious as this may
sound, we all have to tip our caps to
a grand bunch of kids. and forever
stamp them in thanks for "SURV-
Key to Success
Q First Rout: .lunet Giles, Betty Lucy. Louise Nichol, Louise XVild. Dorothy ICZLOSSHPV, Edna May
Joluiston, Diary 04-liseuliirt, Sepia S2lllKll'l'S0ll Q Seremrrl lrorr: Glenn Heck, Kurt Aleusehke, John
Goldtllwait, Iiill lfruuston. Ilenry Mef':tll. .luck Shields, liill l'2lIlllIlJ6!ll, Dave Young.
Honor Award Society
At last it's here! QSighs of anti-
cipationj. Do I hear querulous voices
demanding wh at has suddenly
brought the light into my eye? That
long-awaited letter perhaps? No?
guess again. 'I'hat's right, Senior As-
sembly Day! On that historic occa-
sion all the deserving young lads and
lassies who have labored long and
hard in the cause of school activities
receive their rewardfan Activities
Key or Guard.
Five hundred strong, we all tramp
over to the Wfashington School Audi-
torium, scramble to our seats, and
begin wondering who will be the
lucky people receiving keys.
fExcerpt from l2B students mind
--"Ten, twenty, twenty-five. I-et's
see now, I need 90 points for a key.
If I'd only have signed up for a few
more activities when those applica-
tion blanks were distributed. XVell,
l'll really get down to business next
semester and watch those points
mount up, I hopeluj
Letters, National Honor pinsg here
it comes next on the programf"The
following people receive Activities
Keys and Guards-Mary Smith, Paul
jones, etc." Someone nudges Mary
who has a rather blank look on her
face, "Go on up, Mary." Recovered
from her surprise,' she joyfully
marches up to the platform and
amidst applause receives her Key.
The scene changes and next day we
see Mary proudly striding down the
hall, Activities Key very much in
evidence. Lucky girl, that Mary, but
she deserved it. After all she was an
honor student, a member of the VVays
and Means Squad, reporter for the
l',a11fcr11, and even found time to be
in the operetta. Since shels only in
IIA, she probably will be working
for her Guard next year, which re-
quires a total of ZOO points!
A11Work and o Pla
llccoratiiig Committcc XYztys :incl Means Committcc
lloiioi' Committcc- 'lliiitlic Comiiiittcc
Library Coiiiinittw Scholastic Committee
lfirxf Row: Adams, Iizirrett, Nichol, Viiiccnt
hlt't'UlId Row: Liiiiicrt, Gcohring, Scliloiigh
RiFHc, Maloney, Gchrett, VVick, Schultz
Scliaffcr, Dee, Colgate, Klziylcheii, Szmclcr'
sim, Stuckcmaii, lhillioiis, Hutton, livzi,
Charters, Oshoiiriiv, llrc-rikus, Coiic, llar-
Czimphell, Rcarick, KlcNziry, Proctor, Johns,
llzirlzui, jolly, Scliciick, Clark, Holtz, Kir-
sopp, Say, Lacy, Iorclzm, Simmons, lli'hhs,
McXlastei', hlohiistoii, Lose, Xllhceler, llcssc,
Tliirrl Row: Wild, McClain, Young, Xolte.
Mohl, Rakcr, Rzimlcr, lloyd, Fislicr, llzuice,
Oshouriie, Ivory, Coiiclit, Martsolf, Cooper,
Rolirlcziste, Blclfztll, Templeton, Ufcsr, Sch-
ix'zig'c1', XXlj'1'C, llzillci-, llicti-ich, Xxiilililbllfll.
I:0I17'f11 Row: lluclivr, Kroh, Hale-ii, llzippcr,
Cargo, Fiichs, liolclthwait, lflziiiiiigmi,
Stoner, VVilliams, May, Mzttheny, Temple-
ton, Hamilton, Lloyd, De Long, Reichhold
llugus, Procter, Krayer.
Fifth Kowz Shanor, llccraft, Manheinwr,
Law, l5allz11'tl, XVhitelock, Brady, Hawk-
shau, Clark, Delienedictis, Andrews, Nixon
Schaifer, Sztnflhorn, Dejohn, Quillen, Heck
Sirflz Row: Clarke, ,'XlClCI'SOI1, Richards,
l'otts, Eisenheis, Graliam, Krznner, Benz,
llancc, Proctor, Brown, llztvis, Murphy,
Douglas, Dt: Longa, Mcffreatly, Gottschalk
lluchcne, Gardner, Turn, Shields.
Sizzwztlz Row: Simmons, Fziloon, McCall
Printllc, Hurfortl, Fitch, Shepard, Shields,
Donalioe, Baker, Ilowlus, Cullison, Murphy,
Charnell, Lewis, Cross, Kroh, Nickeson.
Ixzglzilz Row: Horning, Kane, Bucher, Dona-
hoe, Copetzts, llztrtlileines, Barrett, Fisher.
Bulletin Hoarcl Committee AA1lQl1dHllL'C Cqmnnittco
Publicity Committee Social Committee
Poster Cominittee llnlvlic Achlress Coinmittec-
l3l'Sl NESS S'll.xl'l1"
I llli ll NLX S LAFF'
First Noir: l-lllen Fznnpbell,
Miss 3ll'l'llll'P. 1l2ll'j0l'l't'
Wi-z1tl1e1'11':1x. Bill Lloyd.
.ll'illlll9 Linn. Beryle Yin-
eent. Bob Vnnipbell.
Ser-01111 Razr: liob Popp. Bob
ltltlllblbll, lliek Crops, Louise
Niehnl. Virginia liaeder,
Miss Yoakznn. Miss llarling,
liob llanee, lilsther Harri-
1111.51 hon irler ll11tel1iso11. Betty .lane Suniuels. lilileen M1-l'li1111is, Bill
Xithei Nl try Alnn llnnter. I
econrl hom Doris Cone, Jean Wyre, liill C1-oss. lletsy Anne Plan
ner Ethel Lorenz, Ruth "l'i-fnipletoli. Lois Stuekelnain, Miss
M iitha lose, Ijlllllilll Brown, Bill Douglas. llap Laiipgstatl.
just because this little piece is
about Husn, we're not becoming un-
duly modest. For now you see all the
literary, business, and art fiends of
Mt. Lebanon High gathered round
for the annual confab to roll up an-
The opening twig was snapped, as
usual. with a big' circulation drive,
and thus did Logging season begin.
Shaping up the publication with more
of a view toward pictorial candor, we
sought to visualize school life rather
than to describe it. liven going pre-
vious editions one better, we in-
augurated a representative picture of
each Executive Board Committee.
However wider our scope in pho-
tography became, there were yet the
inevitable deadlines for assignments
rolling in about February. Yes, all
the "overnight" features, Qlike this
one aided so much by a masticated
pencil,l a hurried article, just break-
ing its word limit, and a rehashed
story bearing all the vivacity of cold
mashed potatoes, made up a leaf in
the nineteen thirty-nine report of
liventually, with not one of those
last desperate works escaping the
literary blue pencil, the presses fur-
thered the realization of such a night-
mare, and lol brought forth a Log,
just one, for unbounded criticism.
Nevertheless. when all editors and
sponsors had cast a critical eye over
the last draft, and heaved one hope-
less sigh, "the presses rode againn
and have presented you with Log, No.
Two Hundred Fifty-three.
We have no excuses, except to say
we all did our best. Perhaps some-
day, after "time has healed all
things", this yearbook may rekindle
some grand old memories of 'thirty-
nine without too much thought for us
who recorded it.
. 5, ,r
Sl-IXIUII HIGH S'l',XI1'I-'
1"ir2vf lfulr: Betty June Sani-
uels, Louise Nichol. Yir-
Sffemirl Noir: liill Fzimphell.
.lzivk NY:ii'd. l1:1i'joi'ie Weath-
erwnx. Ilotty Hreim-r.
Third Iron' : John llohltli-
wait. lriek Creps, Iiob Nicke-
son. lin-verley Lewis, George
Mi'Hl:iugl1lin. 1' li il i' l o t t e
Schultz. Miss Bllddlllgllllll.
Fourth lfnir: Kay Smith. Mara
tha Melfiill, Joe llonalioe.
Gian-e NVild, lie-tty Mae
l I WPA Fl"
First ltrnr: Inger Arnesen. Giwiee Wild, Peggy Albright, Walter' Piand Niurie
Lebanon Lantern N'ffffgg',,!3fgggg5
Third limi: 1
Every two weeks Cthat's bi-monthly
to our two scholarsfl a four page live
column masterpiece is grabbed raven-
ously from the innocent seller and a
dime is thrust into his virgin palm.
Our Lebanon l,a11z'vr1f1 is a liberal
education in itself, and confidentially,
it's the only one the mob at large wor-
ries about. Of course, Thompson or
VVinchell doesn't exist in the original
there. but in the course of one year.
"Devilette" has covered gossip from
paperwads to romance.
Dispensing with the front page,
which covers only 'Kevents", and
Devilette, we have left, in order of
common interest, the pictures tcan-
did, unfortunatelyj, The Ghost
VVriter, Lebanonchalant, and the
Want Ads. The pictures need no
cornmentg they speak for themselves
only too wellg but the Ghost XYriterl
everyone reads him, for only a spook
could make such remarks about our
l 6 5
12:11-tlaimli Mt-Caiiitlless. Audrey Colledge, Philip B1"1v Betty Ion
Virginia Mulhollan, Hob May, Hola Meneilly, Jean Daker Iois
athletes! Of course it goes without
saying, if you rate in Lebanonchalant,
you're made, your fame tif anyj is
secure. But for real human interest,
take the VVant-Ads. There's never
yet been a frayed picture of Douglas
Fairbanks, junior, that hasn't been
l suppose that covers most everyf
thing. Too much maybe. l shudder
to think of associate editor joe Don-
ahoe, Dick Creps, or John Goldthwait
ever reading this. I only pray their
noses are yet in the clouds after our
t'Columbia School Press" publication
rating where we placed fourth among
Well, I hope this little piece has in-
spired you to greater heights, Qbig-
ger and better paperwads. hours and
hours of detention, and so forthi, so
that next year your name will darken
a corner of the Lantern.
Lead Kindl Light
' 'CH0lida "
"Holirlay," a contecly in three acts by Phillip
liarry, playecl to a capacity crowcl on November
17th and l8th, when the january Senior Class
presented their annual play.
.X holiflay it was too for everyone except Miss
Stoner who deserves much crerlit for directing
our local 'llhespians along the right path.
Linda Seton tlboris Disneym of the Social reef
ister Setons. took a holiday from being a hachf
elor girl, ancl finally niarriecl ,lohnny C2150
tfharles llollnianyt, who was taking a holitlay
from work, 'llhis action took place inuch to the
chagrin ot' l'a1ma Seton mliurt Kleuschkew anrl
his bewitching rlaughter tKlary Nlcfolluinit. al-
reacly hetrothecl to johnny. while l,incla's hrother
tlfhll lxrzuneryt applauclerl long ancl louml from
the sitle lines.
Since the Seton householtl was unaecustoniefl
to such amorous enthusiasin, they hatl no time
roi Ltlnaitl Seton s cousin, Seton train lkl1l'lS
liauerj anfl his alifectecl wife rSt-pta Sanclersont
who kept hohhine' in and out ot' the scene at the
inost inopportune moments.
l.incla's friencls, Nick Carter K-lack Cargol
ancl loyely wife, Susan tlftlflie ylohnstonu, ahly
assistecl the Cranis in trying to turn the story'
into a lighter vein.
lioh Popp, 'Karl Fischer anal Ruth XYatson.
as two hutlers anml a inaitl, also playecl their
parts with rlistinction.
f l ,
C " Stage Door
Colossal! Marvelous! Thus spoke the
audience after the curtain rang down on
the ,lune Seniors class play, "Stage Door"
presented .Xpril 20 and 21.
Its plot-a group of girls all trying to
make good on the liroadway stage.
Its characters!a stage 'thas heenf' the
landlady, Mrs, Clrcutt tSue Powellpt, who
runs the Ulfootlights Club." a hoarding
house for "twenty we of the theater's"g
the inelancholy Kaye Hamilton tlillen
Cainphelllg Terry Randall tklary l.ou
liindleyit who would rather he a nobody
on the stage than a soinelmody on the screen.
,ludy Canfield is portrayed hy Shirley
Hutchison, hardhoiled and cynical. Martha
l.ose plays 'lean Maitland, whose movie
success is the envy of the two inseparahle
friends, liig and Little Mary fl'hyllis
lialch and Mary Alice lleeil. Bernice Xie-
myer is characterized by Mary Ann Hunt-
er, the posing type. Others include Louise
tllarlmara DeYorej who inarries a honief
town boy in order to eat, while Pat fNina
Dralceyl taps her living in a nightcluhg Mattie
Q-lean Hublerj, the lironxy inaid, heckles
her slow, good-natured husband liranlq
tCharles llecraftpl. David Kingsley is por-
trayed by Manus Scott, the famous llolly-
wood producer, while Ted liurtis plays the
part of Kieth llurgis, who gives up his
stage ideals for screen fame. These char-
acters plus a host of others made "Stage
Uoorn a 4-star production. Vie also tip
our hats to Kliss liatheran Stoner who did
a grand job of directing.
LMWL vw , yyfgyvnog,
7 3 l
Qldirst Noir: Xlill'-ll!I'lQ liuppelt. Martlia llzlrlan. Jim I'z1ulos. Alice 1'illiscl1el'. Frank Ross, Bob Me-
lloherls, Ruth Jolly Q Nrfrrmfl lfolr: l:ilI'lHl1'2l Iirill, Gloria Ililf. Julie Ilzxnrlnll. l1lCllRlI'4l Iiverliiie,
Iiob lilippel, l'aI:'ii-ia liillllll. lluth Fields Q Thirrl Noir: Helene Svheileli. Maury Louise Knight, l
llowalrd Rower. Il0I'0lllj' Reinhard Q I"mn'tl1 lfow: Uolr Nlaiiley. .luck May, Alilflfill l12llHlt'l'gI0ll, l
Stephen Rice. Ed l'olzii:u1ni Q Fif1I1 Noir: lion Kezlgy, t':11'oly11 l'e1'11:l. Jim Nichol. Jim Cllumpion,
Stewzlrt Champion. Iioh Keene. Ralph Slxihley.
Shakespeare saith that anyone who
is not moved by beautiful music is
capable of htreasons, stratagems, and
spoils". Qhlerchant of Yenice, -Xct
Five-Speech by Lorenzo, for any of
you Shakespeare fans who'd like to
check up on it.B Shakespeare has got
something there! .Xt any event. there
aren't any traitors skulking around
our alma mater. Since "music hath
charms to sooth the savage beasts",
we "savages, ought to be soothed by
now, for our orchestra of thirty-six
members, with its "concord of sweet
sounds", has as many charms as any
other orchestra in this part of the
Do you remember how their beau-
tiful music thrilled you at the class
plays and graduation? Do you recall
the select group that played for the
operetta? Cf course you dog who
could forget it? This year, the new-
est addition to the orchestrals pro-
gram was their personal appearance
at the l"arent-Teachers' Association
meetings. Lucky folks-those parents
and teachers! VVQ5 also favored the
All State and District Orchestras with
a delegation of our musicians.
This year the orchestra loses three
membersgljorothy Reinhard, pianist
of merit, Ralph Shibley, able trumpe
eter, and Bob Klippel, violinist, who
leaves his post as concert master. The
chief requirement for this position is
ability, and for that reason, it will
fall into the hands of -lames Paulos,
for whom Mr. Miescer has high
just as a closing vote of thanks to
our orchestra, we suggest that the
title of that certain song be changed
to "l like Mountie lNlusic"l
Here Comes the Band
Rat-a-tat-tat! Rat-a-tat-tat! Here
comes the band! Snappy looking
bunch, arenit they, in their blue and
gold uniforms? Don't you love those
Capes? Look at that drum major
whirl his baton and that little fellow
puffing on his big horn!
There they are-eighty-two lads and
lassies. If you go to any of our foot-
ball games, you'll see them. So a
season ticket is a good investment
even if you donlt enjoy football, for
the band adds a lot to the spirit of
the games with its music. cheering,
and entertainment between halves.
Furthermore, we lucky people are
favored with a band concert every
May led by a famous conductor.
Speaking of concerts, our band is al-
ways represented by a goodly number
of contestants in the All State and
This year the Band loses Kurt
Meuschke and Chris liauer, trumpet
virtuosos, and Steve Rice, master of
the tuba-all mid-year graduates. In
the spring we send out for music
laurels elsewhere, Ralph Shibley, like-
wise a trumpeter, liob Davis, drum
major and bass clarinetist, and Mary
Meyer, alto clarinetist.
Director A-X. 9. Miescer reports,
much to the satisfaction of the jitter-
bugs, that his group of musicians is
loosening' up to a little swing. This is
not because our band has formerly
been backward or reserved, but
simply because such music has not
hitherto been published for bands.
Rat-a-tat-tat! Ratea-tat-tat! Our
parade passes and here we are still
wondering, "XVhat does the Marine
Band have that our band doesnlt
Q First Rolf: Betty Ln Blorelamd, liob Davis. liiek llnsson. llmh liiee Q Nm-mlri Noir: John John-
son, Iliek llogsett, Frank Snseo, Jim Goldmine Q Tllirrl I-'mrt Mawtllzl lelarlaln. Thulin Meyer, Jini
Cl!fllll1ll0l1, Stewart tflianipion. Jack May Q Fourth Row: Iloh Starling. llogrer 0'Connor. llill Bucher,
llelene Sehenek. lion llenkle Q Fifth 1f0Il'I John Hannon. Marion Lilllllltllfllll. Erroll Dexter. Mary
Meyer, Stephen Rive Q Simtli Now: Bill linker, Rolla Miller, l':ut1'lei:n May, Bill Fee, Don Keagy
Q S9'L'!'lLfll Noir: John Magnus. llarry lflerlinger, llolnert Nagel. liill Douglas. Cllris Hauer Q Iriightlt
How: Ralph Shihley, Ross Smith. Robert Manley. 'lloin Leatllers. litl Ctilillillllll Q .Yinflz 1:01471
lil'!lIlf Evans, Jack l'ilSll0lllbt'l'2. Martin Arden, I"lol'ent'e Greglory, lletty .lane Paulson Q Tcntli 110147:
lioh Kenney. Alive Means. Harold 'l':lylo1'.
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Music Hath Charms
Senior High Glee Club
Q l"iV.vI lfnlr: Yinws-nl l42lNl'lIl'lLl. lfllilllll' lil-:ll'ic'li. lillvn ilumplmvll. l.l1c'i:1lm lslmm, Iimily l'v4'l'Lfllw.
l'l1mulw NIIIUV. .l:1m- Xlllf-Qlmlg llvlmx l'l1"ll1'l'lll2llI. Nllws NI:n'Jm1'u- Vrilmlw, l:2ll'llIll'2l ll:-sau l.muiw Villllll
ln-ll. 12l':ls'x- XYil4l. llmrmrlly Slilllllh. l,s-11m1'1- IPvW:lll. Nl:l1'Il1:1 Nlvlfzlll. Nlzlry IC. All'I'Nllllll. l,llXX'l'l'llC'l'
liilllli Q Nr'r'uuvl lfuzr: 31:11-5 1'z1llwrim- Irxxyc-1'. llullx l'Ulli1XYIIY. llmrmllly liI't'lllQ-'l', lle-ls-n .lilllll llilrlw.
IXl:11'y .lnnv lim-nun. l1'm:u'i1- Sl'lll'llll4'lll2lll, .l4l2lllll4' l'lY4'l'll2lI'l. l'Ilspf1rl1 .lUl'1lIlll. Nl:x1'g':11'+1l Suy. Nilllffj'
SI:1r1iu1'. Xl:lI'::l1'r-I Rlzlrlsmlf, Xl2ll'5I3ll'4'l ll5ll4ll'llP Q 'l'hi1'rl I-'nH': Ill-ily lf1!ll2ll. lllllll llivm-. .lvam l'msI.
Nlzlmzllwi ll2lNYl'4'll4'l'. llutll NI4-zum. l:2lI'lHIl'Il Xliillillll. lin-lly I.:u'y. liutll l.mx'u. lil-115' .Im-:uw l'1'mm-rmr
Q Fnurllf Ifnzrx lrvm- Xl2ll1lll4'j'. 1ll'l'Il'llll1' llullmn. limll 'l'empl4-tmn. .lvzm lmwsmn. Num-y lClNlllllll'IlP,
illl2Il'lUlll' Svllullx, lvmrmllly 4J:li111s, ll:1l'lm:ll':1 lhlvmlu, Prim-illzl 'l'iI1', flvilll l'l1iIIlps. Xillilllll Vmlw Q l"ifllf
Ifmw: llmlv ll:llYMDll. ,Im-lc H'lL1'ivn. llull 1'xw-1-ml. .lim Hmlmlnilu-. lfmn llzrnlwy, limb l.imlM-y, lid Nm-4-1.
,l:x4'lq XYllsmn. .lIl4'li Xl2llllll'llIl4'l', Xmrmzllx Xlzxvllmwm-ll, ll--uglus lizlirml. limlr lim-110. l'llili1+ Xllliwl. .luv
unior High Glee Club
Q I'rr'.vl llmrr: limrmllnlx llrlll. Nillillll' I,4-vrlu. l'lIlll'll'Ill' Ilmmil, lilizzllu-Ill lfn-1-, l':1ll5 XYiu:inf, YlIl4'1'lll
I,:1xl-lu-iel. limb livzlgy, Xliss Vrilrlm. llill lglsvllviml. l.:lxxl'vl1m-41 lizulk. 'l'v1l liillI1N4'j'. limgx-1' U'f'mm1mr,
1'1-url Slmpirm. Aclrinn4- llzxmlm-l Q Nrwnafl lfnzr: .lmlm 1'l:u'li. lmvi4I Smith. Sully l,mu fl0llll0I', lim-II5
Sll:llinsp1':u'v, li:llllI'5'11 4lll'llll. Sl1i1'I1-3' X1-lxmu. .lvzm NY:lIsmn, Maxim- Aumslu. Nl2ll'j' l"1'i4l:L.x, .ll'llll
l.inm-rl. limrmllly lll'lllS1'll. Allll1'll l'1':u1r-is Q Tllirrl l.'u1l'1 lI:1l'lrz11':l Nli:K':lmll+1ss, Lmllixv XYllil1'mmlr.
A111111 l1rmw11,.l'I1ll1:1 Wmm4l. llvlvn lluling. Xlnlwl l'1lSl'l'l'. llutlu Hive. lflmily lf:-rglls, 4iv1':nl4li1n,- ll:lI'l'l1ll.
-ll'Qlll Al2ll'lA'2lll. lIl2'l'I' .Ulu-sr-11. l:1'lllY XI-ulllen, lilsiv .Xl'llPS1'll. Anna- lilizzxlve-rll llnyxu-s Q I-'mrfrflf
l.'mu'Z llvrnivv ll:1l'l'is. liUSL'IllJll'j Xl4'N:l1xl:ll':1. vlllllll lllnvli. livvlyn l:llI'llS. .ll'2lll l'lll1'll Sl1'NX2ll'l. l':11'frl
lY2l1'ljlll4'I'. llzlrlmawzl lluvmn. Nlimwtu- lfrilw, l.miN llmrniuu. livtly lhmlc. .l+'Illl vlIil'llilll, Hull: Ann llmu-.
Cares abandoned for one
period, student music lovers U5
crowd into room 308 every Fri-
day to loosen up their vocal
chords. Any sounds emitting
from said room are really sin-
cere efforts on the part of all
concerned. Of course, Miss
Cribbs, the director, and the
warblers are the only ones who
realize the work connected with
learning those classical and
semi-classical songs, but do they
lt has been said that "music
hath charmsf' Our student
body agrees, for the Glee Club
rates high among our school ac-
On February Z3 and 24 a
great number of important
events occurred throughout the
world! I hope the foregoing
piece of news will not prove too
startling for us educated Leban-
onites. Let it be known, how-
ever, that the presentation of
"Les Cloches de Cornwalll' un-
der the direction of Miss Cribbs
ranked high on this list of
Sitting in the Wfashington
auditorium on these nights, we
saw a little French village of
the l7th century unfold before
our eyes. lVe were entranced
by the light, fanciful music,
and the picturesque costumes of
the choruses. The knee breeches
just did something for the boys
Cwe don't know whatj, while
the long, full skirts, the bodices,
and the French caps of the girls
gave them the appearance of
having arrived from Normandy
on the last boat Cl7th century
boat, of coursej.
Margaret Lawrence made
herself well-known by her por-
trayal of Germaine, a sweet
young maiden. Tossing her
head high, Martha McFall
enacted the part of Serpolette,
the village Vixen. Don Rams
sey, having aged very suddenly,
limped on the stage as the miser
Gaspard, old and broken by his
worries and miserly ways. Nor-
man lXlacDowell set the fashion
for l7th century French roye
alty in his role of Count Henri.
Keeping guard in front of the
ghost-inhabited castle was ,lack
Manheimer. His protecting suit
of armor caused him some em-
barrassment and also some
giggles from the audience when
the leg piece unloosened and
stuck out grotesquely. Ed Colaf
ianni, though he was entertain-
ing a bad cold, entertained the
audience as a ilighty provincial
First Now: Irene Maloney, Nzuiey Stfu
.sremzfl Rauf: lid Ilasrings. llob Riel Ie e lllll 111 Xlitlunx Irou 1' 1
Alpha and Beta Sweethearts
fe T ..
1 f 2- ' ow imma.-
- ..,,, ft.,
Q First I1'o1l': Mary Jane Iiitllilll. Atulrey l'l1illips. Peggy ll:-l'Il1'oy. I.e11o1'e lie XVz1ll. Lois XVUllClbllI'll.
Louise Wild. Kitty llittle, .lt-:11111e Vlillflll. lidna May .l11llllSlIl1l. lll'2lf'C Wild. 3l2ll'llj'll 1':11'a11:1el1.
Sully lltinyon. Iflleene lleariek, Irlilc-11111 llilf. Louise ffillllllllidl, Pattie Fintlley, Helen StatTo1'd, Lois
SIIIPIQQ-'lllilll Q Neeonfl Noir: Al:11'tl1:L Lose. lluth Wxttson. XlZll',l01'l0 xV02lTl!0l'lYG1X, ,Xllll xl2ll'lil'X, Klill'
ginret Blellott. Iloris llopkins. .lean llosiek. Hefty Lee lileilllli Pegzgzy li1'0lllll'll. Phyllis l!:1l1-l1. lietty
tirubbs, M:14leli11e XVlllll'l0I'. .-lillllt NVlll'l'lL'l', llelsy ,xllll l'l:111k. Nlztry t':1111pl1eIl. lleryle YlIlt'l'llI. Susnrtn
Powell Q Third Hom: llelen .l:111e llibbs, Marie NV1-tm-1, lletty llietrieli, IrI111ily l7l'l2llfll, .l:1et111eli11e
Young. xl2ll'j0l'll' Parke. IDo1'otl1e:1 llarto, Naney Sltlllll'l'. lletty .l'll0t'lil"llNfC-'lIl, l':1tt,1' Lou Allillll. Betty
Rleliee. Mary Louis llsxynes. .lane lil'1'l'2ll'l. ll'lllHl'll' St'llQllIll'lll2l11. Yirgiiiin l'o11'elI Q Frlifrtll Noir:
l!11tl1 f'Ull2lXV2lj'. Louise Nichol, 1i6l'll'lILlt' ll11tto11. llette FI1'is111:111, 1iI'1ll'i-' Judge. .lean Post. Virginia
lll'l'Oll. .l:111iee Vooper, Iillen t':1111pl11-ll, t'l1:11'lotte Schultz. Allll Si111111o11s. Rlatrgraret Bltll'YS1llf, lletty
llK'2l1Il. ll:11'tl1:1 ll:11'l:111, lllllll Jolly, l'1'iseill:1 'l'ite, .xllllll-F Lou lllllllilll. Betty ,lane S:111111eIs Q lf'ifII1
Noir: Peg Taylor. l-Iliz:1l1etl1 Abbott. Sally 1i0lll'l"ll, Naiiey llNlllillI'llC. lflezinor SC'llNX't'lALfl'I', Louise
llltler. .lean .llll'I'!F'llS. .lean Wyre. Nillllj' Bl4ll'I'lSOIl. Leona lletx, llillie .l02lll ll11l11-1-, l':1t Dl'Illlill'l.
time llillrl X11 lllll l ll-'llll tene llontl till loi Iitl1t411tl11le1 'sl1 l NI1 lil lou't I Wll
'.. . . ,1- "vr' '- V. 1- ' 1 1
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.3 ' : '. U irey . :ss 'i. 1 lst !1'o'.
'tVVe are the Girl Reserves!
NYe are the liirl Reservesln
And by tl1is boisterous evidence of
our loyalty, everyone in XYashington
School knows that one of the bi-
monthly meetings of the Alpha and
lieta Girl Reserves is in full swing.
The meeting always opens with a
poem or thought by the Devotional
Committee. After the business is
cleared away by lfddie lohnston or
Kitty Kittie, fall and spring semester
presidents respectively, we lustily ex-
ercise our voeal chords on some fav-
orite camp or college song.
Finding the members' voices hoarse,
the program Committee introduces the
speaker of the evening. The guests
this year included Miss Miller. Dr.
Bennett, and Dr. lferguson, who
tallied on health.
Ry the time the speakers knowl-
edge has been exhausted by intelli-
gent t questions, our vocal Chords
have reeuperated from their previous
strain and we troop out singing
"XYe're on the lfpward Trailf'
This year the bulletin boards were
frequently immersed in posters
tieopyrighted by the l"ublieity Com-
mitteel, which announced the Fruit
llop by such wittieisms as t'Orange
a date and eome !" Two other sueeess-
tul dances staged by the Social Com-
mittee proved quite popular.
lfnder the leadership of Miss Taylor
and Miss lfrobese. the liirl Reserve
Organization this year has increased
its utembersliip and has had an active
Knights of Mt L
This group of handsome young
gentlemen lnhlltllllyl comprise the of-
ficers and members of the Ht, l,eb-
anon Hi-Y, boasting to be one of the
largest and most active clubs in the
school trepeat Ahemll. This quite
exceptional group has been guided
this year by two new arrivals on Ht.
Lebanon's teaching staff-the smiling
and genial lllr. Saxton, and the ca-
pable and energetic Mr. Mollenauer.
But about the organization itself:
As the protege of Mr. Brown, the
Hi-Y sprang into the limelight in
1937. Hihen on home ground, the
boys are entertained by a variety of
speakers, and also indulge in moving
pictures. An athletic program, fer-
vently initiated this year, gained
many followers into the organization.
The boys made the breakers roar at
the Y.M.C.A. swimming pool. Out-
side the home gate, the fellows visited
Mother Nature in her natural sur-
roundings Qhikes in less Howery lan-
guagefexcuse punfl. ln addition. the
club gained culture at the :Xrt lixhi-
bit, absorbed technical knowledge at
the Mellon Institute, and staregazed
at the .Xllegheny Observatory. .X trip
to the L'niversi,ty of I'ittsburgh im-
pressed the Hi-Yls as well as those
students who observed their intelli-
For the fall semester the authority
of olgrice was vested in the following:
Jack Cargo, President, john Goldth-
xvait, Vice President, and Dan Hilf,
Secretary-Treasurer. After the blanu-
ary ballots were cast, Glenn Heck
took over the Presidency, Henry Mc-
Call became Vice President, and Don
Gardiner seized the Secretary-Treas-
Q First How: Frank 0'lIa1'a, Douglas Baird, lion Gardiner. Glenn Ili-ek. John tioldtliwaii, Nick
Yalicenti Q Second I-'ouvz Iloward Alderson. Ira Matheny, Paul Sllanor, Jael: Ballard, Fred Illain
Q Thrirrl Row: liick Horningg, Jack Rothman, Jesse Hill, Ilenry Massiek Q Fourtli, Row: Jack
SO11fllXV0l'lll, Harry XVight, 'Pom Clam, Bill 0'Connoi'. Jack O'Ih'ien. Mr. Saxton Q Fifth How: Bob
Truvhlood, Judd Jenkins, Tlllll Shields, Bill Honsley,
Now photography is just their line,fto take antl print and view
In fact, the pictures turn out swell.-just so they're not of you!
Your move! Anil then you're battled hy the spot he's got you in
Your fault in playing' Chess Club men-sticking' out your chin.
NATURE STUDY CLLI2
In nature lore ancl eannibals their minds all register.
My own opinion still prevails. my coat could use that fur!
SLIDI2 RLLIC CLCI3
And here's the lazy element of Algebrag they say,
They multiply by Usliding rule".-itls easier that way!
Anti Chemistry's just the place our !'seholars" mix ancl pour.
The simple little aeetates ancl HQSO4.
GYM SKILLS CLUIE
"London bridge is falling clown"-or,fit will be in a minute.
This gym skill lasts three seconds Hat,-W
That's just about their limit!
Thats jack, the Mounties' racquet star, all grinning to the linish,
But ping'-pongys just a bit too cleep! he'cl better stick to tennis!
ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB
A "crafty" buneh we show you here, a-hammering away,
At least they have things when they're tloneg
That's more than we can say.
I usecl to think all raclio a benelit no entl,
XYhen now they sign oft HTL, my sentiment's-amen!
Arts and Crafts
Basketball Rules ..
Chtcl ers ..
Cheerleaders . . .
Chorus, Sr. ..
Dramatic . . .
.. Miss I-larling
.. . Mr. Simpson
. Miss Caldwell
" Bliss Frobese
. Miss Hindman
.. . Miss Cribbs
j Miss ,Iordan
. . . . Mr. Sisson
Foreign Correspondence . Miss Zahniser
Mechanical Drawing . . .
Quarte rbaek . .
.. Miss Smith
.. Mr. l.ueeht
.. Mr. Sehacle
. Mr. Streams
. Miss Gordon
ii Mr. Hogg
..... Mr. Ford
.. Miss Kerr
Un the fourth leg of our skyway journey we are attracted by a great
uproar. Sensing adventure we descend into an arena where we find a football
suddenly hurled into our hands. After our presence is detected by the referee,
we are escorted to the bleachers, only to join in yells of "Clip him and mow
'em down," "Hold tight---don't let that man get away." Some kind soul
graciously informs us that if we wish to remain in the arena over the win-
ter months, we shall also be privileged to view basketball games, wrestling
matches, and track meets. Elated by this choice bit of information, we pre-
pare to remain for the aforementioned sports.
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Q First Row: Harold Langstalf, Bob Mannion. Ed Cipriano. l-Id Hamilton, Dave Boyd. Bill Camp-
bell, Joe Donalioe Q Serondgiiowz Murray Potts, MannsrSeott, XV2,l'l'GI1 Vieth, Bob Wliiteloek.
f N x
"Mt, Lebanon was represented by
an All American team this year,"
claims Coach Luecht. He had reasons
to make this statement, for these
eleven seniors were some of the finest
fellows Mt. Lebanon has ever pro-
duced. Everyone enjoyed clean,
wholesome entertainment and partici-
pated in many other activities. Scho-
lastic standing was no drawback to
these boys, for they never had to sit
out a game. VVithout this qualifica-
tion and their athletic ability the Blue
and Gold could not have been victori-
ous in the toughest schedule ever
played by the Blue Devils.
Coach always had a good word to
say about each player. He often re-
marked that the boys never missed a
practice session unless they were
physically disabled. There was an ex-
ception, however, in Manus Scotts
case, because Manus was unable to
arrange a more suitable date for the
birth of his calves!
Teamwork was an outstanding
characteristic in the Mounties' suc-
cess. The dependable blocking by
Murray Potts, Dave Boyd, and lid
Cipriano was never lacking. VVhen
swivel-hipped Whitelciclc or Vieth got
' All Americans
loose, it took six men to bring them
down. Bobby Marmion, Joe Dona-
hoe, and Bill Campbellys opponents
knew they were playing with dyna-
mite when they attempted a line
smash. Speaking of defense, we
ought to mention Eddie Hamilton's
stalwart backing up of the line. An
opponent never got far if he ploughed
through Eddie's side of the line.
VVarren Bernhard turned in a splen-
did record for his first and last year
of A squad football at Mt. Lebanon.
Hap Langstaff held down the other
end, which was a difficult task for a
little fellow tive and a half feet tall.
The punting staff, made up of Mar-
mion and Langstaff, was sufficient to
keep the team out of danger.
Some recognition is due to the sec-
ond team of the "All American" out-
lit. XVhen you consider that the sec-
ond team played three quarters of
three games, they showed that they
had some of the MAH American"
Coach Luecht was justified in call-
ing his boys HAH Americanf' for nine
of the eleven players were offered col-
rip, ' lvflft .J
Us lf 4 if A 7.1! Q
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"AH Squad Football
Q First Noir: lloli XYliiIelo1'k, xV2ll'1'911 Yietll, Dave Boyd. Murray Potts. lid fli1i1'l5lIlll. Ilob Mar-
mion. llalp L:1ngstat'I', .Ioe Donalloe. lid Hamilton, Alanns Scott. Jim Turner. liill Campbell Q Src-
mzrl lfulrz Jael: Ballard, Roy Iiralim, Al tfopt-Stas. George Donalioe. llill linker. Paul Ile-Benedietis,
Jack Allderige, Walter Illumn. Dutch Frank, llob Ilngus Q Third Huw: Lee Ferrell, Dick Grant,
lillilllll' Williams, .Iolin tllappvrton, lioy lN3lAlllj.f?l,, 'Toni lluoper. Diek Knowlson, Ed llamel, John
Illilll'2lQ2IS Q l"01l1'fll limit: Rlilllilgi-'l' Gordon Stewart, Manager lid Campbell. xIEIIl1l2Ql' Dick llorning.
Alaiiauvi- Al l.annm-ri, Vmieli Lnecln, Ass't Foam-li Sinxpsun. Warren Iiernhard tabsentl.
Ill t. l.ebanonf28 lYashingtonf6
ln the estimation of any Mt. l-ebe
anon fan, the game with Vlfashington
was the most thrilling battle of the
season. Mantis Scott piloted his team-
mates through to a 28 to 6 upset for
NVashington. This season closed
Scotts four year football career for
the Blue and Gold. As a passer, run-
ner, and a leader in the game, Manus
was hard to beat.
Mt. Lebanon-O llonorafflei
"Too badn were the words used to
describe the Donora game. liven
though we came out on the tail end
of a 14 to O tally, there were a few
fellows who performed in true style.
Eddie Hamilton, who was outstande
ing throughout the year, did his best
to stave off the attack. The night
before the game, liddie tore a liga-
ment in his knee, but nevertheless, he
played one of his best games.
Mt. Lebanon-19 Swissvale-W0
Mt. Lebanon opened this year's
football season with a bang by de-
feating Swissvale to the tune of 19 to
0. Harold Lang, who was injured in
the second game, tallied two of the
three touchdowns. Lang's hard line-
smashing and powerful drives were
missed greatly after the Aliquippa
Mt. Lebanonf33 ' Aliquippa-13
Our first lpome game resulted in
a 33 to 13 victory over the powerful
Aliquippa hllull Dogs". No matter
.how hard they tried, Aliquippa Could
not get by our two little hundred
hfty-live pound guards, Eddie Cipri-
ano and Dave Boyd. Dave and lid
did not receive much publicity during
the season, although they had to do a
lot of the dirty work.
Nt. LebanonYl2 Turtle Creekfffl
'l'urtle Creek, last year's lY.l'.I..X.L.
class XX champions, caused plenty of
trouble for the llflounties although the
score was 12 to O in our favor. XYar-
ren Yietlw, who took over l.ang's job
at fullback, proved very satisfactory.
XYarren's speed and shiftiness were a
great aid to Mt. Lebanon. Scoring one
of the two touchdowns and assisting
on the second, assured him of a start-
Mt. l,ebanonf38 Crafton---O
llecause of our heavier team and
because of rain which poured down
throughout the game, Mt. Lebanon
had an advantage over Crafton this
year. ,X score of 38 to 0 was brought
about by the splendid performance of
our two tackles, Marmion and Camp-
bell. 'llhe size of both of these boys.
along with 'loe llonahoe, made up for
what any other man on the team
lacked. .Xll three men were good on
the defense because of their weight.
Xlt. Lebanone- 38 Dormont40
Great satisfaction was gained in
running Dormont into the ground 38
to O. The Red and Gray were unable
to stop little llobby NYhitelock. who
twisted and squirmed his way to two
scores. Xlhitey has been handicapped
by injuries for tne past two years,
but he made up for this in the Dor-
ll l t. Lebanon-20 Langley-0
Langley proved to he an easy game
for the llounties as shown by the 20
to 0 outcome. VVarren llernhard
proved to the fans that he could
really snag' passes. He completed
three out of four and romped for a
touchdown. Murray Potts took over
black Fischer's position in grand
style this year. XYhen Murray
blocked those ends they were out of
the play. He paved the way for the
backtield to win the lllue Devils'
fourth consecutive game.
HB" Squad Football
Q First Row: KIRIIHILIQI' llob Mellwen. Bill Heed. Toni MeSteeu. Mae Corner, lion Williams, Cy Ivory,
Joe Hardy, George Dulahon. ltob Leech. llill Longstntf. lid Huteheson, Bolt Holm-rts. Charles Be-
eraft Q ,Second lfolr: lion lliunsey, Ilzlrry Murplly, llolaml Sutherland, lillsworth Harris, Duncan
Brown, Ray Beatty. Red llogsett, llnrold llueher, Jac-It Oehinler. Shorty May. hob Wilkinson. Ellis
Hooker, Jack Shields. ltill Philips, xV?l1'l'l'll Gorhmn, tflmrles Clarke, Bob Clarke. Asst. Coach Mol-
lenauer. Coach Glnfka Q Third Noir: Mr. lfislier, Bob Liinlsay, lliek livaiis. lioh Meffue, Bob Nixon.
Bob Zllllil., Bob Baker, Ed Ryan, Tim Giles, lV11l'l'6-HI 3l:1l'Illl, John Shatter. Iliek Mills, Ray Robb,
l-'red Krug, Hill O'i'onnor. Jan-li NV2ll'kl. Creighton Murphy. Fred Ilillllllfllll. llill 1'ro4:ror, .Tohn Lewis,
I-'red l'l:im. George Cruiksllmik, Rob Campbell, Tom llopper. Ilolr Kirk. Dill 0'Brien.
i Q S0
ee' Squad Football
Q First Row: Roy Clark. Jack Neilson. Joe Stewart, .Tohn l'lan1, Bill l-Iekenronle, Stephen Ward.
Dick Curtin. Walter Snyder, l'en1 Nichols, Bob Rieker, Alvin Thomas, llob Anderson Q Second
Row: Dalton Hninluerger. Steve lileecker. Walter Kraber. liob l+ltlinu11dson, John Murphy, Paul
Kernan. Pete Seliroetler. Walter Sehnnnn. Ed llappe, lliek Corbett. Jack Rees Q Third 110145: Boyd
Speaker, Cliin-lc Haviland. Laird Kroh. Gene Sinoot, Jay Arthur, Bill Perkins, George McCall, Juna
ior l-Iardwiek. Dave XYoodworth, llob lleneilly Q Fourth lfniafz Lester Warrenberg, xVZl,1'l'CIl lid-
wards. Dick litisiiigfeig Glenn Butler, llob 'l'e:tsdale, Charles Casper, Bill Davis, Jack Crawford
Q Fifth Razr: Bob Barlow. Jack Long, .liin Finn, Jack Haller. Norinan XVils0n. liill Arther, Cll2l1'19S
Esgar, Bill Mower Q Siarth Row: Bob St-iferth, Vincent Joyce, Dongltus Baird, Jini Dum-hene, Ilulty
Giles, Coach Brown, Coach Peterson.
This season, Mr. Glafka and Mr.
Mollenauer developed one of the best
sophomore junior teams in years.
They experimented with a new sys-
tem of forming a sophomore team
and a junior team, which resulted in
keener competition and provided
more positions for fellows who other-
wise would have warmed the bench.
Mr. Luecht is obtaining many boys
from this junior team for his varsity
squad next season. Those fellows
who showed in the games with the
sophomores and in practice that they
had what it takes will be the ones
chosen for the "AH squad. Some of
the sophomores who performed in exe
cellent style by defeating the fresh-
men 26 to 0 and 27 to O will also be
selected for the varsity. Mr. tilafka
is well-noted for his ability in liuildf
ing' up the boys' physical condition.
The approaching football season will
demonstrate the value' of Nl r. Glaflca's
and Nlr. Nlollenauers training' of the
Other schools are perplexed over
how Mt. Lebanon always produces
such good football teams. The answer
may lie in the fact that the boys start
receiving training in the seventh
grade. This past year Mr. Peterson
and Mr. C. Brown have coached the
freshman team. Their squad con-
sisted of boys in the seventh. eighth,
and ninth grades. Out of a hundred
young boys, sixty-live were chosen
for the squad. Although these boys
were given hard work-outs each
night, they always came back for
more. After all, that's what makes
good football players. The annual
game with the sophomores proved
very exciting this year when one of
the eager freshmen ran the wrong'
way to score a touchdown for their
opponents. Some future varsity mae
terial could be discerned in Xliilson,
Schroeder, Curtin, Smoot, Ward,
lickenrode, and liernan.
Tlsket a Tasket
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BASKET BAL A VA SIT '
1"lVSl11n'lI'll'I Jack Rice, Tom Hooper, Joe Donalioe, Ward Ilnehene, Hob Whiteloek. Al Copt-las. Dave
Second li'm1': Mgr. 1Il?Ill'X McCall. lid llamilton. xY2l1'I'Pl1 Yietll. llomaine Andrews, Jael: Shields.
lid Cipriano, Coach tilafka.
VVinning tive games and losing
once, the first half of the Section 3
basketball schedule proved encourag-
ing for the lNlt. Lebanon High School
team. Taking half of their four pre-
season basketball games, the lllue and
tiold started the schedule by showing
Mcliees Rocks, Carnegie, Crafton,
Stowe, and Coraopolis, respectively.
their ability on the lloor, only to be
downed by our Dormont ne'ig'hbors.
lid Hamilton, who was one of the
best cagers Mt. Lebanon has ever had
on its basketball teams, played his
last game at Dormont. To counter
this loss, lid Cipriano, now recovered
from an arm injury, showed much
improvement in his game.
The beginning of the second half
of the season looked very black be-
cause Nlt. Lebanon lost two tough
overtime games, by the same score,
to lllcliees Rocks and Carnegie. The
team seemed to settle down after this,
for they won decisive victories over
Cralton. Stowe, and Coraopolis,
which helped to keep us in the upper
bracket. Alter winning a non-league
game. by -l points, from the XVestern
Pennsylvania .lnstitute for the Deaf,
the lllounties then took llormont
over the hurdles with a ten point lead
at the end of the game. This brought
Coach Glafkals boys into a three-way
tie with Klcliees Rocks and Carnegie.
ln the play-off Mt. Lebanon encounf
tered Carnegie on the llcliees Rocks
Hoorg and the winner, Klt. Lebanon.
clashed with Mcliees Rocks at the
For the season .Nndrews was high
score man with Vieth, Cipriano, Cop-
etas. and Nlcllinn next in line. Con'
gratulations to Coach tilafka for his
work and his excellent coaching.
At Meliees Rocks: The Mt. Leb-
anon vs. Carnegie game was all Mt.
Lebanon, as our boys started off the
scoring with 7 straight points, An-
drews tallying the majority. The half
ended in our favor, 27fl6. ln the
seeond half the Nlounties increased
the margin and went on to a win of
.-Xt the Stadium: Mt. Lebanon vs.
Meliees Rocks was a different story,
as Mcliees Rocks got a 5 point lead
and kept it most of the game. ln the
llnal quarter, however, they increased
their lead winning by 46435.
SQl'.XD 9Cl"lliDl'l,lC FUR
CJi'1'oNriN'1's Hr I.. :ffarnegie . . . . 34 . . . 32
XYashington . . .. 33 . ., 28 'fCrafton . . .. 26 .. 53
VVestinghouse . . .. 26 . . . . . 28 XStowe . . .. . . . 28 . . . . . . 46
Brentwood . . .. 28 .. 22 'kCoraopolis . . .. .. 22 .. .. 40
Alumni . . .. .. .. l7 . .. 39 XY. l'a. I. D. .. .. 45 .. .. 49
'klX"lCKees Rocks ... 25 ... .. 40 Xllormont . . . .... . 37 ...... 43
Dlfrafton . . .. 21 .. .. 36 l'l.iXYOl7l7S VOR SICCTHJN S
X9towe., .. 15 .. 44 1 . . V, -
Wforaopolis . . .. Z7 ... . . 45 "113L'g't' ' ' ' ""'A 34 H' ' " if
'klflormont . . . ..... 46 .. .. 37 ATCKQCS Rocks 46 " " 33
XMCKQ-es Rocks ... 34 .. .. 32 ,lf XYl'l.XL Games.
"li" SQUAD l2ASIil2Tl3Al.L
Signitieant because of its future
possibilities, the UH" squad polished
up as good a scoreboard as the var-
sity this season. Consisting of boys
from both tenth and eleventh grades,
the squad basketed l3 wins and suf-
fered 3 defeats. This yearls luelc
made Coach Peterson believe in men-
ll SQ! 'Ali l!.KSKlC'I'llA LL
tal suggestion, for a loss in a prelim-
inary MH" squad game invariably
made way for a varsity downfall.
Oiifering' some excellent material
for next year's ".-Y' group, the high-
est hope of these boys is to make as
une a showing next season as their
First IHIIVI Vein Xin-hols, Jack Allderige. Lefty Davis, lid 4':nnplre1l. Hill Long:st:1tT.
Serunfl Ifmrz John Lewis. Bob t'l:u'l:e. Gordon Stewart, Holi lbrake. Ilunenn Brown.
Third lt'o11': Chan Km-Ielnnn. Imle Hamilton. Bill O'Melia, Ernest Giles, Jilll Zook, Ilob Hanna, Voaeh
Qlfirsf Noir: lA'XVPllj'Il liotnln. xV2l.l'l'0ll lloftmnn. liolr Nolle, Walter Snydvr. .lim 'l'1n'ne1', Sam As-
ton. lbiek Con1'oyQNUcou4l Ifrurz Huy llwitty. llngene XYvIwi'. .Tohn lliivlu-fy. Iloh t'1'ow0ll. Mike
L,'z1v:ilovir1'li. Hill Z4-wr-H. llill Smith Q 'I'Ilirrl Noir: Vonelm l'1-ln,-rsoii. All-x Luft. llzlrold llzmnner-
strom. llenry lla-nlon. llalrry Ainmnnn. lloh Short, lloh Stnit. .lov i'ZlYilltDYll'l"ll. llzivid 1lrf'l:llllP1'tS.
Tom lP11tl'Q Fourth Noir: lililarvm-H Blvtiinnis. flllIll'll'N Dixon, 'l'4-tl lim-ln-lc. llill Ahrizitis, Dick Ritter,
liny Aitken. llill Philips. Vlmrles lirilcson. l-'loyil Lung, lien lluuuliin.
Soccer is ll new spring' sport in Mt. become interested and it has now 9.
l.ehanon lligh School. having been
introduced for the first time in 1938.
This sport was started to interest the '
boys who, having played it as mein-
hers of independent teznns, didn't play
football and had 21 liking for soccer.
Since its introduction more boys have
place on our major sports' progfrzun.
lhis season s call was zinswered hx' a
squad of forty hoys, of whom, tive
were letterinen from last season,
which makes our chzmces for El win-
ning' teznn quite slim.
Q 1"i1'.wl lfrnlfg lion lirown. Angus Mvl'li:iil, Ilonulns Anderson, ltill l'llI'l1'l', lllll Sinnucrnmn. Nor-
wood .Xlln-n. llill linllon. Jimmy f':11'4l:11'elli Q Nwrruifl Noir: l'rz1nlq Sontliworth. Viersol Xl1ll'l'2U'v
lleorare f'2ll'Yllll. IH-to St-lii'ov4lvi'. In-:ln Vopeias. llll2ll'lPS Seglu-Vs, l'lI'Ptl I'l:1mQ 'l'llirfI Noir: liarl
Cullison. Vnlvin llzirt. Tom l':u1'1'. Ralph Jinglish. .Xl l.:mnnvi't. Joe Sta-wzlri. .lim Ili-fun, Bill llalll,
Fred llzimilton Q l"nu1'fl: Noir: N0l'lll2lll Wilson. llvrnzlrnl l"l:inip:nn. 'l'om lvlillll. 1'I4'I:1,n4l Nelson, .lim
llylzinfl. l'2llll Yivlh, Ross Smith. llill 4Xl'lll1'l' Q Fiflli Noir: lizirl Sittli-1'. llill -l,l'll4'llZll'1i. John Clap-
perton. .lohn Mzxtrngzxs. ldllsworth llalrris. llill l'lllN0llilS. .lim Fulton Q Lust Noir: Uill llousley,
Clark llogsett. llnrry Miirpliy. t'lm1'l1-s Vlzxrlc. lioh Fziloon. Nlnrrziy l,llllN. Larson Iirown. ll2II'I'Y
XYi:ht, lm Msiflleliy. lloh Qnigg. Teil llnrtis. liollzt Miller. .luck Xllfli0Yl'l'll. liiigeiw Nlntthews. Dick
lltlllllillll. liill Wim-lc. lion l'1'c-ml.
ll I 'gp
First li'oN': .lack llees. Toni Hopper. lion lVlllli'llllS, Bob Mclilroy, XYallaCe Coyte, Hobart Chivers.
Second How: Glenn He-ek, Dare Stoner. John Dapper, John Frank. lI211'!'y Benz. Bob Quigg, Stan
Shepard, Norman Elliott.
Third Irons: tfharlc-s Slmtfer. Dave lloyd. Murray Ports. Eugene Matthews. Roland Sutherland, Roy
De Longa, Bob Alarniion, Coach Mollenancr.
The Mt. Lebanon grapplers opened
their season against Carnegie on the
latter's home floor. The most excit-
ing match of the evening was Bobby
lXlarmion's, which seemed like a regu-
lar professional match. Bobby lost
the match finally on a time decision
to Carnegies heavyweight. llt. Leb-
anon next' was host to Dormont
brushing them off in a close match
lelfll. .Ks guests of Shady Side,
they thoroughly whitewashed the
Academy lloys 28 -0 to increase their
winning' streak to two. Meeting' Car-
negie in the big' Gym the matmen
again trimmed the lillack and Orange
Z4--5. XYally Coyte, representing' Kit.
Lebanon in the lO5 pounds class, al-
though he tore his shoulder ligaments.
went on to pin his man. Coyte was
lost for the rest of the season due to
Kit. l.. vs. Carnegie ..
Xlt. l.. vs. Dormont ..
Kit. l.. vs. Shady Side ..
lit. l,. vs. Carnegie ..
Mt. l.. vs. Kiski
this injury. The last match of the
season, against Kiski, was taken by
our own wrestlers 24W6 to give them
a perfect season with tive wins and
The NY.ll.l.:X.l-. play-offs were held
in lVaynesburg, March lO-ll. Coyte.
his wounds having healed. was caught
in an epidemic of flu and was unable
to go. Ilob Quigg, Glenn Heck, Dave
Boyd, Harry llenz and Stan Shepard
represented Mt. Lebanon in the play-
The team felt the loss of Hlflap'
Langstaft and Paul Getty in mid-year
graduationg however. 'Dave lloyd and
Harry llenz tilled their positions very
well indeed Vvally Coyte, Harry
Tlenz, Dave Stoner, and Roland Suth-
erland, will probably be back to make
the first team next year.
KIT. l.. flPl'.
away .. ... l9 . ... 3
home .. .. l-l . ., ll
away .. .. 33 . . 0
home .. ,. 24 . 5
home .. 2-l . . 6
First Now: .lack Manheiiner, Hob Seltnmn. N4!l'lll2lllJfElll0ll, Glenn Heck, Bob Viliiteltitflq, Paul Getty,
Iloward Alderson, Jim Brady, Hob Campbell.
Second lrmc: Bob l,:iw1'e1it-e. Paul Slianor. Jack Shields, Hob Knowlson. Iron Lewis. Salvitor Bel-
lini. Dan Robb, lid Hzimiltrin, llob Hanna. Ilill 4J'NIl-lia. t'li:11'les I-'ettt-n'iiian.
'I'l1irf1 lfmv: Managxer Beverley Lewis. llud Metllaniglilin. Henry Metfall, Hd llzunel. lloy Ilelaiiiga,
Voaeli Sisson. .Ioe Donalioe, Voaeli tll:it'ka. Mantis Scott. llarry Benz. lit-'l'l liroolcs. .lack Allder-
iue. Walter Iirown.
I9 5 8 Track
.Xctivity in the early spring months
of last year developed an outstanding
track team for Mt. Lebanon High.
Mr. Sisson and Mr. Glafka came
through with more lettermen than in
any previous year. .Xll of these fel-
lows worked hard during the spring
months to perfect an unusual record.
Lettermen included Lewis, Alder-
son, Hamilton, liellini, Robb, XVhite-
lock, Heck, Campbell, Brady, Getty.
lX'lcGlaughlin, Shields, Donahoe, and
O'Melia. .X great deal of recognition
is due these sprinters and held men.
Alderson performed in regular
style this year in the lOO and 220 yard
dashes. l"lamilton's lirst year as a
trackman proved very successful, for
he ran one of the fastest half-mile
distances in the schoolls history. .X
real trackman who has broken the
tape in many races is little llobby
Xklhitelock. XYhitey and Robb have
upheld the Mounties' relay team rec-
ord for the past three years. .Nny
alt. Lebanon ........l..... 67M
Triangle Nleet-Mt. Lebanon 34Mg
Mt. Lebanon .....
Mt. Lebanon ..
.. .,.... 7354
Mt. Lebanon ............,. 59
District Meet-Mt. Lebanon l0 points
boys tilling their vacancies must do
some fast stepping. Brady and Mc-
tilaughlin showed they had what it
takes when the last hundred yards lay
alt. Lebanon gained about twenty
points in every meet this past year
through the efforts of Heck, Camp-
bell, Donahoe, and O'Melia, in field
events. 'Don Lewis did his share in
aiding the Blue Devils on to victory.
He ended his track career by break-
ing' the XV.P.l..X.L. discus record. ln
the javelin throw, Mt. Lebanon was
represented by Bellini, while the job
of scaling the bar was handled very
etticiently by Heck and Campbell.
Several fellows attempted to put the
twelve pound shot, but it took Done
ahoe and O'lX"lelia to show them how.
Several of these fellows will be per-
forming' this year under the leader-
ship of Coach Mollenauer, who has
recently given up his track post af
llrentwood . . . ............. 52M
Nlclfees Rocks 623 Uormont 12M
llellevue . . .. ........... . 63
Crafton . . .. 25M
Sewickley . .. 41
N38 initiated Mt. Lebanon's tirst
year in XY.P.l..X.L. tennis competi-
tion, which limited our opponents to
the public high schools. .Xgain win-
ning its section. Mt. Lebanon kept up
its record of eight consecutive years.
l'laving entered the sectional playoffs,
we were unexpectedly overthrown in
the second round by lluquesne, 3 to 2.
marking' the fourth time in eight
years that the lllue Devils failed to
win the championship.
The llounties also tigured promi-
nentl5 in three other scholastic tourf
naments. sending George lllank, and
Captain .lack Southworth. leader of
Mt. Lebanon's tennis forces for the
past three years. to the Shadyside
lnterscholastic in May, the Pittsburgh
lnterscholastic in vlune. and the well-
known Harvard Cup tournament in
September. Klt. Lebanon garnered
two of the three championships, with
Southworth winning the Shadyside
and Harvard Cup tournaments, and
reaching the hnals of the Pittsburgh
Other members of the llounties'
tine tennis team included number two
man George Blank, who completed a
commendable record of six wins and
three losses for his Senior yearg ,lack
O'l3rien in the third position, who
not only did cretlitable work in actual
league matches, but also won the
Pittsburgh lnterscholastic Doubles
Championship along with South-
worth. lCddie Cipriano, better known
as a standout performer on the lllue
Devils' football and basketball teams,
turned in a line job as fourth man.
contributing vitally to one of the
Blounties' two points in the play-offsg
and Charles Roberts, a freshman, who
looks like a "comet" on future Klt.
Lebanon tennis teams. held down
1958 TENNIS SCHICDLLE
Mt. L. ...... 7 .Xrnold . . .. . .. l
Mt. L. . .. 5 llridgeville . . .. U
Mt. L. . ., 3 Crafton . . .. 2
Mt. L. . 4 Carnegie . . l
Mt. L. . ... 3 .Xrnold . . .. . .. 5
Mt. L. . . 5 llridgeville . . .. 0
Mt. L. . 3 Crafton . . .. 2
Mt. L. . . . 5 Carnegie . . .. . . 0
Mt. L. . .. 2 Duquesne . . 3
Won 75 Tied lg Lost l.
Q First Holt: Jaek tfllrien. .lim Winn, lid tTipri:ino Q Nerfonrl Ifuuf: lfoaeh Iloak, Matt Reynolds.
Jack Southworth, George lllank, l'ilSIllil Brooks.
Q Left to Right: Coach Peterson, llarolcl Crowell, Jar-k Livingston. Bill Kramer, Bob Zwinggi,
XVith the St. Clair Country Club as
its home course, the 1938 Golf Team
did not fare so well against its foes
during the lY.T',l.A.L. golf season.
lfinal scores showed 2 wins for the
St. Clair boys and 4 for their oppo-
nents. Yet these scores do not record
the line lighting spirit of Kramer,
Zwinggi, Tattersall, Livingston, and
Crowell who composed the first team.
liach individual match was close and
showed that the boys from the Mount
could, and did play serious golf. Not
often does a team that loses the ma-
jority of its matches outscore its op-
ponents as Mt. Lebanon did with a
total of 45M over 442 for its foes.
The W.l3.T.iX.L. section included
liridgeville,Coraopolis, Snowden, and
Mt. Lebanon. The Mountie-s opened
the season against Coraopolis at Hon
.Xir Country Club, winning' the match
ll to 4. Snowden and liridgeville
took the measure of Coach Petersonis
tive in the next two matches, ll to 4,
and 8 to 7 respectively. Still deter-
mined, the team as host to Coraopolis,
whitewashed them 14M to Again
in the next two matches, Snowden
and Rridgeville nosed out our Ndivot-
diggers". The defeat by Bridgeville
brought to an end a sad season.
.Xt the close of the season, Bill
Kramer and Bill Tattersall, represent-
ing Mt. Lebanon in the VV.P.l.A.L.
championship playoffs at Greens-
burg Country Club, were eliminated
in the first round with medal scores
of 84 and 89 respectively.
The Golf Team for l939 loses its
live first-team men of the '38 team.
Mr. Saxton, the new coach, will have
only two reserves from last yearis
squad around whom to build his l939
KIT. Li-Qimxox Oveoxixzxis
.Xpr Mt. Lebanon at Coraopolis ll 4
Apr. Snowden at Mt. Lebanon . 4 ll
Apr. Mt. Lebanon at Hridgeville 7 8
May Coraopolis at Mt. Lebanon l-if LQ
May Mt. Lebanon at Snowden . 3f6 ll,LQ
May llridgevillc at Mt. Lebanon D14 926
Total . . 4516 4426
Ftrs! Ifnzrz llill Stout. 1':111l SlIEllllil'. Holm Cilllllhllvll. t':11'l Fiselier. I1':1 Nlatlleny.
' Ii111 I'4ddx lltirold l:lll'llPl'. lid t'l1:11'11t-ll. lid llllTl"llQ-
NITIHIII I1'n1V: Mr. bt1'en111s. . it 1
son. .Iil11 lP:1wc-s.
Coached by M r. Streams, the Rifle
Team had a fairly good season, wine
ning tive out of nine shoots. .Xfter
two victorious matches with Taren-
tum, the team bowed in defeat to
litna. ln the fourth match Xlillvale
played host to our Sharpshooters.
only to be beaten 965-962. Xlith re-
venge in their hearts Klt. Lebanon
P The only big match this season for
our fencing' team is the tireater Pitts-
burgh Fencing' Tournament, which
will be held in the Pitt Stadium on the
evening of .Xpril 17. Schools from
all over the Pittsburgh district are to
he represented by their best fencers.
These schools include: Klt. Lebanon.
XYillii11sl'111t'g', Langley, llellevue, llen
Avon, Dormont, and XYestinghouse.
lndividual and team trophies will be
awarded to the winners. Mr. Kon-
volinlqa's squad is to consist' of Rob
llance, .lack Dragonette, C. nl. Don-
oghue. Carl lletz, .XI Ruth, lfrrol
Dexter, and lloh Charters the latter
sought to even the score with litna.
but without success, since we wound
up on the short end of a 992-975
score. Getting back into their stride
on home territory, the Klounties took
the next two matches from Klillvale
and Wiest View. The two tinal
matches with Turtle Creek were lost
by il close margin.
having made a name for himself by
winning the Class NC" championship
last year in a tournament held in our
'Il Nleliyier, llolr t'l1:11'te1's. Mr. Koiivoliiilca. Jae t Dlll 111
A Sport for Every Girl
Q First I-'mcg 1I2l1'g2ll'I'l Ilrown. Margiir l'l2lIIllIlPl'lj', .lane Meuseli. Glenys Meelleln, lilaine Alcxalider,
Marjorie Little, Jean Angle. Nillltj' Ia-e Nieklas, Pegrtry Kuelmer Q Sffcmirl I-'ozrz l'llllllL'0 Smith,
Mary Casper. Betty llaynes.. tlinnie llalton. Mary CHIIPLXVRIX. Tllalia Meyer. Maxine Acostzl. Miss
Krugli Q Tlzirrl Rolf: Margie Antlcrsoii, Marg'arei ST2llllIl6l'liPI'. li4lN9llltll'j' Kearfott. .lane Cramer,
Geraldine lifll'I'9fT. Alice Mt-Blaster. tiiuice Judge. Ann Simpson. Margaret Oshouiaie Q Fourth Rolri
Jeanne Hast. Lois Sturkciuaiii. Suzanne l'i'aWt'or4l. Anne C'l1:ii'in-rs, lim-itty Sliatil-i', Jeanne Linn. Mary
Ilee. Miss Mvllouziltl.
Girls' Athletic Association
Txveetl Tweet! the sound of that
whistle anal the sight of girls clad in
hlue or golcl proclaim the start of
another sport oiteretl by the Girls'
Athletic Association. In early fall
this sport is hockey. The turn-out
for this game is large, and there are
always a few bystanders waiting for
someone to be cracked on the shins.
'llhese cracked shins, in fact any
casualties, are taken care of by an
t'l l I1Il'IRLEADllTlS
This year over six hunilrctl senior
high girls took advantage of the
wide selection ol sports. Iiut why
not, when haskethall, mushlxall, soc-
cer, tennis, cage hall, horseslioes,
liatlminton, volley hall antl tenikoit
are ol"t'ere4l? ln these sports, the girls
are awariletl their athletic letters.
Each season closes with a lmetter
sense ol' cooperation, competition,
and a deeper unclerstancling of "Ask
not if you won or lost, hut how you
playerl the game."
Ch 1 d Margaret Mzxrtsolt, Mary M4'4'ollun1. Shirley lless. .Xuilrey Phillips. Marjorie
Cel' C21 Cfs iiaii. xiin-jtnw iii-aim.
unit, tame nun' on down"
home this year as the AliliCl'lbl1g'g'lllg
ol' our cheerleatlers hrought acclaim,
even from llormontl National inter-
est locust-rl on Mt. l,elmanou lligh,
while all eyes watchetl the girls
sliaggiu' th rough " lfeeuafilicka.
'lleena-clicka" ancl other "catches",
Like the team, the cheerleatlcrs
checketl up victories, too, anfl helpecl
make our hest athletic season: in
fact, the varsity just "wouliln't
know what to clo without 'cuinl
and Every Girl a Sport
Captains appointed, teams chosen,
feeling running high, friendships for
the moment forgotten, and you have
the essence of basketball. A popular
sport, it draws great crowds of bye
standers, who are themselves carried
away when the "old bouncer plops
into the basket". Even at live o'clock
the gym is lilled with the din of
anxious "pep'talkS,', rapid-Fire or-
ders, and such "sleight-of-hand"
passing that ballles even the referee,
Notre Dame tnot to be confused
with footballlj nosed out Carnegie
Tech and Dulce to tly the victory
colors at the close of the scheduled
season. Surviving under losers' bit-
ter disappointment and the common
complaint of "Lool:it my hair!
l7rippyl" it is certain to remain the
favorite for many years.
Lois llll'llT1-'llllllltl leirx lin
: 1', It I' .z e liietrieh, lleilv .lean Proctor,
H1 RLS' BA S KETIIALL
.Ieanne llzisl. Tlieresa Nolte, Phyllis
llave you noticed the cracked
windows in the girls' gym? Some ot
our aspiring young Robin lloods
missed the target. Archery is open
only to twelfth grade girls, and this
year there were more participants
than ever before. Some of us wons
dered just how one went about hit-
ting a target. Alter several instrucf
tion periods our aim improved, and
by the time the tournament was
held, all were at least hitting' the
same wall on which the target was
placed. ln order to remain in the
competition, ten points had to be
scored in the fourth round and an
additional live points in each sue-
ceccling one. Exhaustion claiming
the ninth and Final round, the cham-
pion drew her last bow and left the
held open to l,if1'lu,!'01111.
During our exploration of the hills of Lebanong vve become acquainted
With many of its inhabitants. Keeping in touch With their daily life, vve
learn of the strange doings, which prove so bewildering to our group or
But since there remain other lands to be traveled, vve must bid adieu to
our experiences in Lebanon. Back we journey to the Port or'Me1nory, where
vve take leave of our Magzc Cmfper.
At governing students he's a true past-masterg
At his ready smile all tfemiiiinej l1ea1'ts beat faster.
A llr. in front of her lllfllllt' she would seeg
A more jovial girl there never could be.
Vert- H Cl-rk
Saucer eyes and button nose,
A distinctive style from head to toes.
His intellectual ability craves 111ncl1 attentiong
llis other talents are too numerous to n1e11tion.
His trombone playing ranks with the best,
And his subtle humor stands any test.
His role of Ned was considered swell,
But in dancing and goliing you'll find he excels.
Her dancing technique is second to noneg
You won't disagree when you see how it's done.
When for someone sweet you have a yen,
She's found with Mr. Gilbert in three 'ten.
If yo1i've been around, yon've oft l1ea1'd our brags
Of this sweetest ot P. G.'s who dances and shags.
His dancing brought him fameg
He always used his middle name.
it I ck
. -v- B-ss-
When. for assembly we need a song
Tins lively musician came swinging alonfr.
This handsome blonde you k11ow was grandg
He tooted in the football band.
Aqiitterbug of the tirst degrreeg
Ilis Sll21f.Yj.flIlj.Y,S something you ought to see.
lle plays his trombone with 11neq11aled zest-
All gaits swing to his music. the best.
l I-r-ld V-tt-
If the game looked dark and Lebanonites blue,
Theyid Cllllllif on l1i1n to take it tlirough.
Vogue come to life ill eve1'y detail,
Her fashions soar to tl1e top of the scale.
Lessons from Krnpa you'll think hc's had
VVhen X011 hear the rhythm of this little lad
XVhen she learns more fllilll she knows now,
She will be teaching: her pupils how.
A little IYlllit'll boy, Illltl a little Dutch tasket,
A little Dutch biscuit in his little Dutch basket.
She's quiet and shy. but oh so nice:
A good friend to have at Hllj' price.
Voted the prettiest girl in her class.
XVho is this t2ll2l.1'Illill5I little lass?
A football hero. a scholar as wellg
llis middle name he refuses to tell.
ller studies brought her fame:
Olll' classplay program bore her name.
lle's lived across the sea,
At-tor, lllllSiUl2l.Il-ll0I'lC better have we.
K-rt M- -schk-
She sat behind the curtain .
And made the classplay lines more certain.
Ile was a friend of l-11eene'sg 3
And helped out with the "Ways and Means. '
She's nice and bright this little lassg
She ranked the fourth in all our class.
This lad who is just grand,
Has played the tuba in our band.
On typewriters she races, I
And helped "make up" our actors' races.
Our Fritz was lots of fun:
When you wanted a laugh, he was the one.
He used to play in the band
And with home 1'oon1 programs lent a hand.
Ileis really gay fllld lots of fung
lle's soda jerker Illllllllfel' 0110.
Our Girl Reserves she guided.
And over Tirelre A f1t'0 presided.
A drum he loved to beat,
And helped lnake "Holiday" a treat.
llis horn he loved to blow.
And liked with Eleanor to 510.
He helped to make tilll' Lantern bright,
And melodramas loved to write.
J-hn G-ldthw- -t
Both her names begin with Ag
She's famous in the ti.A.A.
We like her, so do you.
SIIQYS quiet, bright, and charining too.
For salesman, clown. or jovial friend,
Here's the one we'd recommend.
You know for sure that she is sweet:
She's very clever and petite.
Although she is quite new.
We're sure you like her. too.
He was clever in every way.
And handled the t'husiness" of Olll' classplay.
lle drove a great big: car
And helped our Hi-Y to go far.
She hit many a ball. made many a basket.
XVhat is l1er name? Why! . . . need you ask it?
ll-l-n Sp-r k-
l 1-r-s D-sn-y
l HQS1 llzmcws
'Kllust Y-vu Dance-?"
7 Host Likr-ly to Siiucu-il
ulTl'Zl.T!l4llll IJ. Rcmoscwlt JUIICSU
Mary Lou l-'imllvy
"You Ollglll To Ili' lil Pic-
4 I-iusl I Jfcswcl
'llfasy 4111 the lfyc-su
llcst lmolciimg U, Host Xatiircwl
"l Oulx' llzlve lfvcs lfm' Yi
Ik-st Pcrsmlzxlity 143-
Romziiuc fl.cf1yD jXlHll'CXXS
"Yun Too Llzm Hu ilu' l.iI'c- of
"lu M5 Sfblllllllir
"l Cut 11 Kick Out til' Yon"
Nlllfy Alice llen
Roy Dc Lcmga
-The Joy of I-ix
"Stand Up :xml
"You'vc Gul Irv
llgrrf' to gt!
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Last Will and Testament
XX'e, the June graduating class of 1939, in our usual state of sanity, wish to leave to the
remainder ot' the student body these bequests. CAlthough these articles were useful to us
:luring our stay here, we have found that 'fYou can't take them with you". lt's illegalj
To the lfreshnienvllignity
To the Sophoinores-Knowledge
To the Juniors-A list of snap courses
To the Faculty4Peace
"Pokey'l Campbell leaves her gym suit to the mice.
Janice Cooper and Glenn Heck leave together.
'KVVop" Duchene leaves his basketball points to Tom Hooper.
"Butch" Rearick and Jeanette Myers leave their linger nails to the Chinese mandarin.
Jack Shields leaves his fouls Cbasketball and otherwisej to the Basketball Team.
Betty Beam leaves her perfect attendance record to Dotty Greiner.
Bud McGlaughlfn leaves. his color. combinations to any other stand-in for a rainbow.
CPerhaps the Murphy twins.J
Ginny Raeder leaves her appetite to anyone else lucky enough to be thin.
Don Koontz leaves his Shakespeare puns to lrene Maloney.
Sally Gehrett leaves her Traffic Post.
Dave Boyd leaves his grin CCheshire varietyj to Chuck Parnell.
"Cookie" leaves her gum under the chairs.
"Peanuts" Morgan leaves a trail of broken fenders.
Vieth leaves his all-around athletic ability and everything else to Ann Simpson.
Jack Manheimer leaves the Mt. Lebanon Juniors with regret.
Ken DeJohn, Bill Lloyd, A'Deac" Gardiner, and the others leave the Ranger traditions.
C000 League standingj
Dick McNally leaves liis "shyness' for the good of the school.
Lois Stuckeman, Alice McMaster, and ,lean XYyre leave the G..-XA. sorrowfully.
George Cluirchill and Eileen McGinnis leave more room for us ignorant ones on the
Bill XVeimer leaves to get some sleep.
Cy Donoghue leaves his foils Cfencingj to llob Charters.
Bruce Gardner and Homer Amick leave Cday clreamingj.
Jean Swartz leaves her patience Cprompter in the class playj to the faculty.
Lois Lichtenthaler leaves her arching ability to Cupid.
Emily Delaeh leaves her unanswerable questions to Professor Quiz.
Guy Peterson and Bert Brooks leave their all-around athletic ability-in track,
Vergie lfisher, Mary Jane Mutz, Bette Sutton, and Betty Senior leave their pep to the
Charlie Becraft leaves his ofticiousness to llfi.
Dot Gaites, Pat Colgate, and Johnny Hurford leave their brains to the biology class.
Betty Cplohn Henryj Erenricn leaves her water-gun to Mr. Broun.
Juna Eva leaves her friendliness to Mr. Saxton.
Jeanne Ivory leaves her information.
Bill Kane, Gene Roberts, Jane NNheeler, and llarry VYilson just leave.
"Bev-L" Lewis leaves his vice-presidency with his efforts towards good programs.
Pat Denhart and Mary Lou Volmrich leave their hair ribbons to the 7B's.
Bob Klippel leaves his liddle to Nero.
Betty Goehring leaves her green clothes to Ireland.
Ruth Barker leaves her 'Areform" program to the school.
Eleanor 'Schwager leaves her sarcasm to the Log.
Anita McQuillen leaves her soft voice to Margaret Osbourne.
hlanus Scott leaves his "savoir fairishnessn to Stan Shepherd.
Frances Dotten leaves her long hair to Romeo.
Marie Wetzel leaves her piano. tShe can't take it with her.j
Bob VVhitelock leaves chasing us. We couldn't tind anything for him to leave,
Bill Cross and Marty Lose leave hastily. They had to. They wrote this.
VVhen Ted Burtis arrived, trailing hehind his New York accent?
.-Xnne Charters hitting a new high in rapid-hre talking?
XVhen Mary Alice Dee played "Little Maryu in the class play?
Sadie Capones dress doing a "sliding act" as she was reciting in class?
When some people thought llelen -lohns meant chickens when she called, "Here, Chick,
How well that lietz lad could draw besides heing the classes' Barrymore?
Toni Loughhoroughis lively "Hi Yan?
Frank Fitch hlushing when the piece "Junior" came out:
Mr. Gilbert heckling Annetta Degelman ahout smoking cornsilk?
janet Augenstein locking Miss Kekilty's keys in a room.
Lucille Mohl spilling Gardenia perfume on Don Ramsey?
How the old piano keyboard would shake when that Kough girl started pounding?
'When Tess Nolte handed Mr. Laderer the ruhher doughnut?
llow Jack U'lirien 'fchimedl' out when 'ANormandy" time came?
Margie NYeatherwaX being locked in the Art room -lbc to work on the 1.031 drawings?
Ruth Fisher leaving us halong tl1e road" in foreign language classes?
Fay Purpura coming out a nickel short when selling lunch checks?
Grace Tilly's movie stuh collection?
Louise Rider translating those 'Round the NVorld' letters?
llow Casanova Quigg swept the pretty lasses off their feet?
Jack XN'alsh's love of English 7?
Barbara Devore's ear getting repaired all the time?
Margie Hall, the cheerleader with the B. O. A. Cliox Office Appealj?
jim Hooker? VVhen we saw him, we saw Anne.
Carolyn Lunsford using her Southern accent to get a part in "Stage lJoor"?
Mary lane Mayleben laying down the law on Tratlic Squad?
Ramona Moore without "Vit"?
XYillis Xolle receiving "out of order" slips?
Marie Reiter witnessing many hall-walkers while typing outside of fill?
Paul Shanor learning the technique of a certain Cheerleader?
Lois VYoodhurn going with Dick?
liill Abriatis waiting outside of llo at the heginning of C period?
loan Adams, the reason Bill Falk came hack for a P. G. course?
Mary Helen gXnderson's interest in her studies? Maybe Rennie is her tutor.
A'Lefty" Andrews going places on the haskethall floor as well as with Ellen?
"Bogie" liergman as a feature attraction at the Denis?
Janet Collins' lirst fall on roller skates?
Natalie Cole and Ed Dapper hitting the "jack pot" at llank Night?
Hill McRoherts and Henry Renton who could he classed as "small 'uns and shy 'uns"?
The pile of handkerchiefs that Dick Ritter collected?
The day opening with a radio skit-courtesy of Sue Powell?
Lois Close telling the class what a beautiful tree grape nuts grew on?
That Baker girl's dimples?
When Margaret Hofrichter couldnt quite explain how she heeame a home room secre-
lieryle Vincent's idea ot what the well-dressed woman should wear? flier sister's
The day Esther Harrison washed and washed her hands?
How the ticket sales boomed when Bill Gottschalk took over?
NVhen jack Southworth delined the "Spoils" system in Economics class?
XVhen Anne Curl doused her hair with oil and "COlllCl1l.t do a thing with it"?
Bill Schweitzer wrecking his fath:r's car, the day he got his learner's permit?
Believe It or Not:
Ed Allee spends his spare time raising pigeons.
VVe still remember Marge Kelley's hrst day in school Qraccoon coat, etc.D
Two inseparable companions are Bob McCready and a chess board.
The queerest combination around is "Bunny" QMary Lane Pletcherj who collects ish.
"A girl in every port" will be joe Donahoe's motto.
'Tis rumored that Kay Haughton is a face contortionist.
HSquirrel Hess" has a yearning to become a dentist someday, nice pulling?
Betty Hosick's theme song is "the Old Gray Cheve Still Goes-Regardless Wear".
Bill McMinn combines Hsex appeal" and "sax appealn.
Your guiding light at the Alvin may be john McGrath.
"Benny" Dyson, No. 1 jitterbug, really gets in the groove and jives it out.
Eleanor Lohnes still sings "There's Something About a Trumpetu.
Elsie Tener's thoughts still wander back to Perry High.
Bob Hance not only takes the spotlight in photography, but also in fencing.
Howard Alderson, track enthusiast, harbors secret aspirations concerning the forth-
Wilina Fleet is one reason why the chewing gum business booms.
Betty Jane Dietrich is a second Babe Didrickson.
"VVhat Price gloriesu in his proud guarding of our school colors.
"Bus" Elliott is a kin of that cat with nine lives when the motor's purring.
Dick VVolf is an up and coming C.P.A.
"Sec" Ann Yankosky is well on her way to "secretarialism".
The owner of the infectious laugh echoing through the halls is "Margl' McGaw.
Eugene Grosso, alias A'Mouse", plays tackle for the Shamrock Football Team.
Kathleen Urben Finally confessed-she likes best to sing.
Mary Meyer and Dot Reinhard beat ir out on the clarinet and piano respectively.
The diplomatic service holds the interest of Jack Bowlus.
Stepin' Fetehit and Charles Smith are brothers under the skin.
Ed Sherry is quite "licky" on the subject of stamp collecting.
Nina Drake will look into the saying, "The way to a man's heart. . . "
Tarzan Weismuller has nothing on that McCall man.
"Peanuts, popcorn, crackerjack' is the cry of Henry Hepner.
Ginny Werner is the girl who likes to visit "her" dentist.
Chuck O'Brien's handwriting would make john Hancock green with envy.
Dame Hesse craves being either a glass blower or an archeologist.
"There's something about a soldier," so to the Citadel goes Lee Ferrell.
Olive May Holtz rates some credit for the social committee's unique ideas.
Jeanne Linn wins the title "All American Girl Athlete".
Things will explode some day when "Wojo" Benson dives into the lield ot chemicals
That pretty miss who does nicely i11 the drawing way is our Ginnie Clark,
Mr. Charles Graham states, HI eat, sleep and breathe baseball." What a life!
Louise Nichol has more activities than this writer can count.
Bill Oxenreiter gets a big kick out of artistic doodlings.
A tie pin soon replaced Virginia Rhyner's class ring. QElementary.j
That good looking lad with dimples is our own '1Dentist's Delight", Paul Peters.
Esther Sapple spends her spare time two-stepping at Sports-Haven Roller Rink.
Jim Springer'sv finally getting down to earth, a geologist he would be.
In the future girls, your love letters may be delivered by postman George Simmons.
RTARY ANN HUNTER,
Goodbye Forever ----
To complaining about "that same old stuftu in the cafeteria, then tearing
pell-mell down three flights of stairs, skidding around a corner on one heel,
bumping into a teacher with an armload of books, gasping an apology, fighting
for a place in line, grabbing a tray. and eating Five checks! worth of food.
To making a mad dash for a rapidly closing homeroom door at 8 :39 259 A.M.
To going to basketball games, sitting behind a sweet young thing, and for-
getting the score.
To study halls, and wondering why they were called that.
To those bull sessions at the ends of the halls, at the lunch tables, and in
the back of study halls.
To borrowing homework.
To strolling aimlessly through the halls, looking in classrooms, but keep-
ing one eye on the clock, and the other out for a teacher.
To buying a Lantern to see if your name's in Dcvilctfc.
To making the Alarm Clock program the daily eye opener.
To wondering why 'gP.G.'s,' "P.G.,'
To wondering who is attached to the hand that slips through the door and
collects attendance cards.
Ten Minutes in the Dead-Letter Office or What
the Postman Doesn't Deliver Won't Hurt You
Ten years from now these letters will be found in the dead-letter office of
the post otlice in one of our large cities.
D. L. Creed, President
Creed Chemical Corporation
Dear Mr. Creed,
Your wonderful new chemical product known as Creedls Chemi-Corn Cure
has done wonders for me. Until three days ago l was troubled greatly by corns
on my toes. However, two applications of your marvelous remedy and my
corns disappeared. l anticipate no more trouble as my toes disappeared also.
You may feel free to use this testimonial at any time.
J. J. Mcffiikk
Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania
QB to K4
PS. This chess game has been carried on by mail for live years. l.etls quit and
try correspondence Tiddley XYinks.
Ode To Our Junior High
To the memlry of our little friends
VVho leave our midst this fall,
XVe dedicate this homely rhyme,
To say Weill miss them all.
Wleill miss the dainty patter
Of their nimble, dancing feet,
XYe,ll miss their loving little shoves,
Their darling kicks, so sweet.
And everytime we tread the stairs
Molested not and free,
To think that We are walking down,
Not falling down, you see,
VV'e,ll think of them, the little dears,
As tears bedim our eyes.
NVe're wond'ring how such bother came
From babies of their size.
Backfire To Our Senior High
You said your rhyme was homely, friends,
Wfeill say that it was worse,
.X monument's what we deserves
Not just a little verse.
For all the suff'ring we've endured
These long, long'-seeming yearsf
Your bumps, and boots, and batting,
Your taunting, snickiring sneers.
Youive acted high and mighty like
A bunch of feudal lords,
But this fall we'll all do the laughing
As we see you wash the boards.
NVe'll miss your arm-in-arm affairs
That daily strut the halls,
NVe,ll miss your handsome Cables
And your painted cutie' dolls,
XVhy, certainly, Weill miss you all,
No matter where we roam.
Withotit your mooning, moaning
XVe'll never feel at home.
But in spite of this, youlll see us,
NVhen our day of torture ends,
Leave this building in a hurryk
"So, aclieu, fine feathered friends."
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