Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1949
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S THE Rugged 1849-ers eagerly set out
in quest of gold, so We 1949-ers have ear-
nestly pursued our quest for knowledge. Those
hardy pioneers, with their courage and dreams,
plodded on tirelessly in search of the gold which
they believed could make their lives secure and
happy. YVe, too, with our courage and dreams,
have trod the path of the pioneer in Search of
the knowledge which we believe may help us
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Thar's Gold ln Them Thar Hills
Published by the students of Mt. Lebanon High School-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
-vol. XIX-Editor-in-chief Ioan Thorsteinson, Literary Editor Donna Gray, Art
Editor Barbara Fox, Business Manager Arden Furlong, Circulation Manager
by Nancy Lee Schreiner
I heard somebody holler, "Hill,
"Hi, Spikell' I answered, passing by
Clur skinny, chuckling janitor,
Who'd cleaned here eleven years or more.
Yesterday thatls what we said.
Today they told me Spike was dead.
Some days I'd stop to talk awhile.
Heyd lean against his mop and smile,
Relating sound philosophy
Or joke about his auntls trick knee.
Held laugh and shake his wise, White head
Today they told me Spike Was dead.
Perhaps Spike still may give advice,
May sweep the steps in Paradise.
And though xvelre sad he must depart,
He keeps his place in every heart
That he had once inspirited,
And yet they tell me Spike is dead!
QA the Sun Comes O'er Mt. Lebo . . .
Local Prospectors Rush to Stake Their Claims
05' for the Li e o
Itis time out for grub. The Ways ana
Means Squad was really worth its weight
in gold to hungry football fans.
Christmas ut Lebo Gap . . . our halls
echoed with the strains of holiday music.
V'-'ednesday morning devotions helped us
steer a straight trail.
on Mommy Miner
Guzzle, guzzle, guzzle! The gang gets
one last swig before that classroom door
Soup,s on! Hustlers drop their work and
We catch the town artists slappin' on
the War paint for the all-school play.
Heads Clwmt New Tmizzls
School Board members were:
Hechtg Mr. hlimer S. Stanier,
Dr. Ralph D. Horsmang Mr.
Edward H. Buekg Mr. Samuel
Ralph D. Horsman, Superintendent
Mrs. Donald C. Lewisg Mr. Beckley Smithg Mr. Raymond B
Treasurerg Dr. Ross M. Cillg Mr. A. C. McMillan, President
C. F. Mellingerg Mr. Otis C. Hogsett, Vice Presidentg Mr
A. Schreiner, Solicitor. Secretaries were Miss Miriam Headley
Miss Bertha Viialp, Miss Esther VVhinnie.
Dr. Ross M. Gill
Asst. Supt. of Instruction
The Horsman and Cill children A Mr. C. F. Mellmgei
have fun in the snow. Asst. Supt. of Adrnmistratioi
for nz Stenadily Growing Community
Mr. Joseph C. Keifer, Principal
With the backing of a progressive ad-
ministration our schools have moved stead-
ily forward. T his year saw further devel-
opment of plans for the expansion of our
building program as well as completion of
plans already under way. Additional class
rooms were added to two of our grade
school buildings, the Howe and Foster
Schools, and their play areas have been
completed. Besides plans for the present
buildings, several acres of land were pur-
chased for new schools and play grounds.
The high school stadium, of which we
are so proud,'with its modern lighting sys-
tem, press box, and scoreboard, is further
evidence of our administrationis efforts to
give us the finest and the best.
Let us hope that the educational advan-
tages we enjoy will spur us on to greater
Miss Ella Ion, Vice Principal
Secretaries: Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Slater, Miss Negley
Advisory Council: lsittingl Miss Rightmire, Mr. Kei
fer, Miss Ion, fstandingl Mr. Srp, Bernie Kelley
Margie Sloman, Howdie Cox, Mrs. Cargill.
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FRONT ROVV: Rosemary Tie-
man, ,loan Icnkins, Priscilla Cari-
son, Ruth Ball, Pat Lceeh, Barha-
ra Book, Dorothy Hay, Shirley
Baumgartcn. ROVV 2: Mona Lee
Bowinan, Audrey Buclcer, Alice
Krell, Shirley Beadling, Helen
Bloscvich, Delores Bockstoee, Ioan
Mchl, Judy Cohbey. ROXV 3:
Ed Laughlin, XValt Corr, Bill Her-
chenrider, Dick Cehrett, john
Daniels, Ralph Kistlcr, Don Tal-
cott, Loel Thompson. ROV'
4: XVilson McClaren, Bill Pente-
cost, Dan Smith, George Kramer.
FRONT ROXV: Gladys Kroboth,
Joanne Heine, Molly Biekel, Nan-
cy Moffitt, Bea Corcoran, Ann
Zellc, Audrey Nordquist, Kathleen
McCormick. RONV 2: Ann Diehl,
Anne Bushyeager, Ann McCon-
nel, Sue Braniwell, Mary Llay
Marilou Shortreed, Elinor Redfern
Fannie VVallaee, Babs Freeland.
ROYV 3: Bill Lee, Forbes Bur-
dette, Nelson Burns, Rod Stegah,
Bob Sebring, Tom Gulley. ROVV
4: Dave Dickinson, Willson Cra-
mer jethrci Ball, Eugene Felieetti,
FRONT ROXV: Evelyn Gree-
han, Betty McCrory, Carol YVar-
ner, Lois Heidenreich, Dorothy
Rohh, Barbara Smith, Sandra
'NVise, Nancy Meyers. ROXV 2:
Margie Zeph, Martoin llood, Lib-
by Davis, Rosie Doyle, Mary Lou
Behen, Madeline Baldizar, Helen
Flaherty. Nancy Bybee, julie Leila,
Mary Gaw. ROXV 3: jack Colwill.
Bill Love, Margot Mullin, Nancy
Maxwell, Jean Treharzie, Frank
Kernan, NVel:h Castor. ROV' 4:
Bruce Schroeder, Jack VVright,
Carl Bruning, Ward lones, Bill
Hope to Strike lt Rich
FRONT BOW: Barbara Bracke,
Gerry Henry, Marilyn Franklin,
Charlotte Crowley, Miriam Little,
Mary Jane House, Sally Stapleton.
HOVV 22: Ted Fletcher, Betty Al'-
bright, Naney Maloy, Louise Wy-
rough, Judy Kraft, Ann Powell,
Margie Gingerich, Bob Block.
BOYV 3: Howard Sheets, Bob
Hunger, Ed VVestwood, Art Mc-
Featers, Bob Chidester, Bob O'
Connor, Bob Mohr, John Ellis,
Toni Peters. HOVV 4: Dick Taylor.
Jiin Mahony, Chuck Dickerson.
Dick Buck, John Kauper, Dick
Uhrich, Charles Voelker.
FRONT ROVV: Marta Taylor,
Nancy Larry, Aleen Allsop, Claire
Hillman, Joan Rust, Barbara llal-
bach, Cecily Burg, Sue Burk. BOXV
2: Dottie Poole, Joan Ridinger,
Helen Frazec, Margie Lloyd, Mar-
ilyn Protas, Nancy Divine, Norma
Volhner, Diane Morris, Jean Hulse,
Ann Clowes. ROVV 53: Joe Steele,
Dan Bosewell, Lois Maroney,
June Blosser, Dolores llarsley, Sue
Culbertson, Jack VVhelan, Sam
NlcKenney. HOW 4: Jiin Shirey,
Bernie Kelley, Jiin Jewell, George
Cosby, Dave Else, Burl Daven-
port, Bill Bradley.
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FRONT ROYV: Shirley Scott,
Shirley Kappeler, Judy Litten,
Lynne Miller, Audrey Kirch, Bar-
bara Stull, Connie Wfest. ROW Q.:
Becky Neal, Nancy Nichols, Nan-
cy Eisenbeis, Louise Carey, Nan-
cy Overholt, Pat Portman, Ifancy
Tully. ROXV 3: Nancy Harold,
Paul Biekel, Bob Airhart, Ronnie
Spangler, Bob N4eElhose, Bob
Hood, Carol YVoodgate. ROW 4:
John Denhart, Orestis Copetas, Al
Geis, Vie Tilbrook, Bob Reardon.
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FRONT ROWV: Anne Brown,
Nancy Johnson, Marcy Marshall,
Kathy Moslcner, Elizabeth Locke.
,lanice Schafer, Mary Lou Faw-
cett, Mona Kelley, Marilyn Thorn-
as. BOW 2: Ilene Larson, Hazel
Hamilton, Maria Karlovitz, Nancy
XVillianis, Agnes Porter, Martha
Barron, Shirley Dorn, Naney Boelx-
len, Marie McCridden. ROW 3:
Tom Riiner, Fred Ott, Alan Hayes,
Dave Harmon, George Hofmann,
Dave MCSteen, Don Dalton, Sher-
win Iarns. ROVV 4: Harold Stew-
art, Ted Warfcl, Bob Cole, John
Button, Bob Short, Dan Garson,
FRONT BOW: Lynn Oster-
gaard, Pat Cutler, Jeanne Wilsoxr,
Kathleen Englert, Rose Mary De-
Bald. ROVV 2: Tom Parker, Don-
na MeDonnell, Shirley Griffiths,
Cynthia Steward, Nancy Hoehle,
Ann Willis, Bob Kellison. BOW 3:
Charles Miller, John Harnmond,
Gilbert YVetzel, Richard VVitney,
Jerry Gilbert, Raymond Kazior.
FRONT BOYV: Hona Bradley, l
Virginia Legler, Iean Patterson, l
Betty Lou Marone, Doris Kiggins,
Marcella Magee, Helen Buff, Hel-
en Savas, Nancy Howard. ROVV 2:
Bill Coltnian, Louise Eiseubeis
Elizabeth Grant, Beverly Sher-
wood, Faith Mediug, Shirley Mor-
gan, Dorothy McKee, Millicent
Kovac, Bob Gaw. ROXV S: George
Duerr, Bill Edmunds, Jack Miller,
Jim Clouse, Bob Carpenter, jerry
Arnold, David Bradley. BOW 4:
Vince Brayne, Earl Erickson, john
Heneeker, Dick Massey, ,lack Eni-
ery, Ralph Palcho.
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KRIGHTD Take one good look at the sign Iudy's holding
and then spell that word! This sophomore surprised all
by coming out on top in the all-school spelling bee.
CBELOWJ These underclassmen are buying tickets in
the lobby for 'KChildren of the Moonv at the familiar
booth, gaily decorated for the occasion.
The tumbling mats really got a workout when these fel-
lows started showing their skill. Getting them untaugled
was sometimes a problem!
"Crab yourself tl partner, gents, and swing her gently
'roundfl Y-Teens had a gay time square dancing at one
of their meetings.
Toward ez Wealth of Know edge
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FRONT ROW: Barbara New-
man, Mary Ann Jones, Marianne
McMaster, Nancy Critser, jean
Beistel, Ann Archbold, Virginia
French, Carole Jones, Marlene
Hingerf ROVV 2: Bob WVagner, El-
len Krut, Evelyn Ciranni, Shirley
Hamilton, Patti O,Brien, Carole
Hess, Carolyn Stein, Ruth Town-
send, John Baciappa. BOW 3:
Carl Nolle, Al Pankopf, Harry
Sherrick, Jim Fawcett, B url
Moore, John Rosser, Tom Fletcher,
Melvin Simon. BOW 4: Don Holi-
man, Sam Linhart, Keller Johnson,
Tom Ralph, Joe Scuticchio.
Prospects Look Bright
FRONT BOW: Dorothy Palom-
bo, Kathy Toci, Bernadette Opter-
man, Jean Colvin, Barbara Hal-
pert, Barbara Hatch, Beverly Aim-
strong, Pat Hilliard. ROVV 2: Jim
Fedele, Larry Trageser, Janie
Backinger, Blanch Shiverdecker,
Nancy Gardiner, Shirley Siebei,
Bill Kernahan, Walt Fidder. ROVV
3: Dick Horm, Fred Flurry, Dick
Lowell, Dick Joyce, Dick Swan-
son, Art Cusick, Cernie Peckham.
ROVV 4: Dave Jones, Jim Landon,
Joe Bercsi, Bill McVay.
FRONT ROW: Nancy Hallo-
well, Barbara Szepe, Bettie Mae
Murphy, Miriam Lully, Bessie
Lardas, Beverly Peoples, Joan
Thompson. BOVV 2: Toni Colgan,
Rodger Roman, Marilyn Judge,
Jean Fellows, Janet Schindehette,
Ed Myers, Doug Haymond. BOW
3: Ron Biber, Troy Campbell,
Ronnie Balach. Jim Corbit,
George Sofis, Bob Kiefer, Jack
Semmcr, Ronald Gluck.
or These Able Miners
FRONT ROW: jo Ann Mihin,
Betty Jane Faucett, Elaine VVieke.
Roxanna Ryman, Doris MeAfoos,
Mitzi Lascheid, Katherine Strick-
ler, Mary Io Phillips. ROW 2:
Wayne Petemel, Sally Lyle, Donna
Ball, Sally Miller, Mary Simpson,
Betty George, Gertrude Meisel,
Ruth Ann Tilka, Virginia Beck,
Tom McGreevey. ROW 3: Charles
Wyndham, jim Glenn, Bud Glenn,
jim Storey, Knute Hartman, Rog-
er Wood, Toni Gemmer, Stanley
Corbett, Dick Bradway.
FRONT ROVV: Stephanie Mor-
ris, Shirley Christie, Barbara Ham-
mond, Mary Sargent, Mary Ellen
McClellan, Ada Joseph, Sonia Gil-
bert, Judy Smith. BOVV 2: Bob
Rankin, Howard Guenther, Linnea
Lindberg, Betsy Dodson, june
Rogers, Mary Joan Patterson, Bar-
bara Sue House, Don Mackey,
Joe Swaim. ROW 3: George
Balch, Aiden Hatton, Herb Cox,
Iim Blatt, Chuck Williams. Tom
Foley, Al Busche, Winston Mei-
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FRONT ROXV: Lenore Meister,
Carol Couch, Paula Grimm, Patsy
Schwartz, joan Ferraro, Betty Lou
Gibbons, Betty Balke, Lois San-
ders. BOVV 2: Jerry Hinger, jane
Bredin, Sue Yarger, Joan Pierce,
Marilyn Paar, Barbara Brown,
Lois Jones, George Rhodes. ROW'
Jack Smith, Mac Canage, Ben
Harvey, Paul Dervanik, Leo Li-
berto, Jim Braker, Dick Moore,
Jerry Sullivan, Vlfalter Lyman.
FRONT ROW: Eileen Dorman,
Marjorie Forster, Mary Ann Peck,
Donna Crissman, Marianne Mac-
Main, Florence Kappler, Mary
Meyers, Nancy Volz, Joanne Peck.
RONV 2: Edwina Hurrell, Shirley
Gustavson, Margaret Spindler, Lee
Wilder, Peggy Linn, Rosemary
Sweeney, Patricia Mulicl, Mary
Grace Shenkel. ROWV 3: Dick Mc-
Connell, Phil Reagan, Micheal
Gillen, Bob Witt, Keith Rogers,
Jerry O,Donncll. ROW 4: John
Alderdice, Bob Wilson, Neil Es-
sick, Bob Mayers, Jim Sieger.
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FRONT ROW: Doriene Dcetcr,
Barbara Gooding, Joan Aton, Nan-
cy Fry, Ann Hertel, Carol Avery,
Caryl Johnston. ROW 2: Marga-
rct Green, Barbara Buerkle, Barba-
ra Bulger, June Francis, Nancy
Rossmann, Ann Lofquist, Lois
Cunningham. ROW 3: Bill Hyams,
Stuart Hemmenway, Paul Bowell,
Paul Murphy, Richard Klabcr,
Fred Hammer, Jim Reavis. liOVwf
4: Irvin Happe, Ronnie Clemens,
Graham Dunlop, Ward Baines,
Dick Cortes, Nick Malcolm.
FRONT ROW: Muriel Hender-
son, Claire Koller, Judy Davis,
Barbara Coffman, Nancy McLain,
Betty Miller, Mary Anne VVhelan,
Adda Johnson. ROW Z: Martha
Ludwick, Nanette Nelson, Joan
F urman, Bob Barrett, Bob Fair-
grievc, Marcia Storch, Joanne Gra-
ham, Joan Pratt. ROW 5: James
Ruckert, Jack Harness, Lloyd
Waite, Peter Bowell, Harold Work,
Walter Malinski, David Thomas,
Therels cc Long,
CRIGHTD Short stories will keep some people busy but
not Bob, who apparently has found something else to
take up his time.
CBELOVVJ You could never tell how those home room
programs would turn out, as' this action shot of Mrs.
Adamson's proteges will testify.
Lunch always presented a problem. Are you sure you
have enough nickels, fellow, for that piece of cake?
Whetlier they were splitting an atom or making ammo-
nia, these industrious scientists usually managed to keep
A few couples take time out from dancing under the
blue and gold eauopy at the Junior-Senior Prom to re-
fresh themselves with a coke.
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FRONT BOXV: Blanche Corra,
,lane Mansfield, Marilyn Froehlich,
Nancy Lees, Audrey VVelsl'1, Mary
Mclice, I c a n n i n e Armstrong.
BOVV 2: Dick Anderson, Don Na-
gel, Bob Johnson, Bill Fleisehauer,
Roger Brown, Lee Boss, Dave Ho-
scnbcrg, David Erikson. ROVV 3:
james Bishop, Richard Aahl, Tom
Clair, Bob Kortner, Clair Buck,
Charles Busche, VValdo Jones.
George Schramm, Bob Gardner.
herds Plenty oi' Dziggziny Ahead
FRONT ROVV: Mima Zim-
:ne-rman, Adelaide Patrick, Betty
McElroy, Claire Zchfuss, Sarah
XVhitc, Lynn Ruthven, Julia Maeli-
ling, Maryrose Bassett. BOVV 2:
Bobcrt Haynos, Shirley Gocilel,
Ann DcVita, Becky Fee, Shirley
Lock, Barbara Fendryek, Bill
Brocimerkel. RONV 3: Ted Siedle,
jack McEwen, Roy Viissler, Will-
iam Howard, Edward Stewart,
Bruce Campbell, Gordon Storholnw,
FRONT BOXV: Mary jo Ryer-
son, Connie Smith, Marjorie Slo-
man, Irene Nolle, Ioan Fahrney,
Emma Yetter, Carlene Gregory.
HOVV 2: Alan Manete, Howard
Adams, Dick Tussey, Pat Rooney,
jim Bolin, Joe Ziegler, Alan Fra-
ser, Robert Mitchell. BOVV 3:
Ray Lebler, Tim Findlay, Rod Er-
ikson, John MeCaskey, Bill Zeh-
fuss, David Hukill, Bill Fleming,
Gill Hamill. Tom Catanzaro, F rit-
FRONT HOW: Holly McClain,
Carol Ernst, Peg Minilian, Sally
Shaffer, Lorraine Krell, Joan Fri-
day, Gretchen Troxell, Lea Petris.
ROW 2: Alvin Short, Jack Chase.
Ed Kane, Pat Lightboxvn, Helen
Miller, Loreen Bender, Jack Ohl-
nian, VVally Workniaster, Bob Leis.
HOXV 3: Sam Walton, Jim Kirk,
VVally Giordano, Dean Satre, Lar-
ry Madson, Bob Hutchins, Jay
Holmes, Bert Smith, Jim Herget.
FRONT BOVV: Lois Seilcr,
Nancy Shumaker, Nancy Blosscr,
Sally Gordon, Sarah Kayser, Mary
Lou Taggert, Leslie Lang. BCVW
2: Marlene Roell, Eileen Smith,
Mildred Haas, Betty Schremnier,
Katherine Bellaver, Barbara Bacon,
Marian Bidden. ROW 3: Carl
Smith, Jack I-Itzrtzell, Edwin
Hobbs, Bob Tlioman, Fred Pierce,
Buddy Morris, Peter Marie, Nor-
FRONT BOVV: Susan NVagner,
Dorothy Houston, Shirley Liddle,
Jane Powers, Sandra NVoeckner,
Mary Ann Hogsett, Rory Ciranni,
Midge Helland, Marion Scott.
ROVV 2: Clyde Longenecker, Pa-
tricia Maloney, Eleanor McKen-
zie, Louise Kalberkainp, Ethelyn
Kemp, Janice Palm, Lorraine Max-
well, Joe Raffaele, John Cantwell.
BOVV 3: Jim Love, John Coughlin,
Jerry Langhart, Bill Klocke, Bruce
Thielemann, Sonny Russo, Dave
Farrell, Dick Squires, Fred Simp-
FRONT ROW: Sally Noel,
Ruth Fineman, Harriet Albert, Pat
Schnieder, Joyce Hildebrand, Nan-
cy Lee Dickinson, Norma Chile,
Gretchen Van Dyke. ROW 2: Bill
Eggers, Bill Mains, Carol Sturgis,
Ruth Craig, Jean MacDonald, Pat
Pierce, Eleanor Hatch, John Hoi-
lingsworth, Peter Mascara. ROW
3: Lee Smith, George Liadis, John
Keegan, Bob Billingsley, Varod
VVright, Larry Jones, Tom Lang-
don, Bill Brown, Ronald Consilio.
Yoavmgwns Head ea Go Time
Class passing! Thatis when
we see the boy friend, in-
quire about the history test,
and drink those gallons of
Seeing double? These are
the twins in our school: Con
floorj Nancy and Louise
Eisenbeis, Cseated 1.1 Chuck
and Tim McBride, Cseated
r.D Dave and Hona Brad-
ley, Cstanding 1.1 Bud and
Iim Glenn, Cstanding r.D
Paul and Peter Bowell.
Bob staggers under a tre-
mendous load of pencils
while Joe runs around with
a few sheets of paper.
Fancy silver. . . Candlesticks
. . . and even a tablecloth
graced the table in the caf-
eteria when the boys cele-
brated Sadie Hawkins, Day
on November 15.
Geez! Are they in a cage?
Is this the zoo? Nope, these
three members of the Deco-
rating Squad are just trap-
ped in their own web of
streamers for the Iunior-Se-
vuutztvini' Culp its Wil the Tmil
Down in the teulll P00111 the
"BD squad get into their
jackets and discuss strategy
before eollling onto the
Ten yards! Five yards! Hes
over! The boys go wild as
our Lebo Lads rack up un-
other six points ill an excit-
ing football game.
The girls powder their shi-
ny noses und put that lust
lock of hair into place be-
fore rushing out to their
CpatientlyP?D waiting dutes.
Hot dogs! Coke! Candy!
The Vifuys and Means
Squacllrezllly went to town
during football gullies to fill
the ezlsll registtr for our LRC-
The brass section gives out
with some tCIl'lf.L' lllusie
that really 'Lselldf' us all at
one of the gllll1CS.
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Journalists in the bud, learn-
ing to set up copy, find
therels much more to a
newspaper than meets the
Packing food and presents
for war-torn France was an
errand of mercy conducted
in the French classes under
the guidance of Miss Zahn-
Tracing the charts of death
rates wasnyt a very lively
thing, but the girls in herzlih
class found that life is still
to Um' Time and Tulevm s
The school! top history stu-
dents found no problems
before them, but for the rest
of the class American histo-
ry sometime-s had its battles.
Driving was a popular
course which combined
good practice and sound
principals. YVith Mr. Reed
at the dual controls things
rarely CPD went wrong.
The locus hoard with all its
many planes and pains
couldnlt stump these exports
in Miss Smith's solid geom-
Mined Six L0 dis per my,
Although not ll usual part
of the Latin course, thi-sc
puppcteers were training lor
their part in ihc Latin show
at the Buhl Planetarium.
Miss Xvlllllllitf kept 1hese fu-
ture clerks studying hard
learning to keep their col-
ums straight :nd still arrive
at the right answer.
Test tubes, Bun!-'en lzurriers,
and colorlul Liaterials v. ere
usecl to gin: 9. hot time in
ihe elieuzistry class. Letls
hope it vs'z:sn't Loo hot.
l-Tiifive Denys er We k Cf? fiver zime
Keep right on pounding
those keys. 'Whatl a mistake?
Coulcln't be. YVell, clon't get
discouraged. Iust start over
Hey look, fellas! Here are at
least three girls who will
know how to keep house.
They are kept in practice
by seeing that the apart-
ment is spotless.
A sophomore English 1-lass
gets library instruction from
Miss Moore. Pay close at-
tention! You,ll need to use
that Dewey Decimal System
We Vemwredl Forth Together
First you skin it, then you
dissect it. Atta Way, kids,
donyt let that lovely biology
speciman get out oi hand.
Make way for 'he "Future
Musicians of America."
These tive harmony stu-
dents gather around the pi-
V ano to piactiee scales.
:These lines and angles
surely do get confusing at
times," say some of Miss
Rightmires geometry stu-
vm UW Search or Knowledge
Shop was a useful subject
for many boys. 'Watch that
saw, fellas. It,s much easier
to cut your fingernails with
a pair of scissors!
Some members of the econ-
omics class do research in
the library in preparation
for their reports. Don't Work
too hard, kids.
Here we have a guancl dis-
cussion in Mr. Tallrnanis
World liistory class. Subject:
Do movies do more harm
MRS. GERALDINE ADAMSON, B.S.
Mrs. Adamson likes new recipes, but
here's one for us. Mix proportionately
love of swimming, golf, and riding, sift
into mixture sponsorship of cheerleading?
add in large amounts the art of home-
making, dilute with water of vacations
on Lake Erie, beat in B.S. from Pennsyl-
vania State College, stir well and flavor.
Aid for enjoyment of "health",
MISS MARGUERITE BECK, A.B., M.A.
Miss Beck teaches us our "auf wieder-
sehns" and "gesundheits" . . . sponsors
the devotional squad that works up those
inspiring Wednesday morning broadcasts
. . , chairman of the scholastic committee
...has traveled extensively in Labrador,
Germany, France, and Switzerland . . .
a graduate of Wooster College, she re-
ceived her M.A. from Middlebury Col-
MISS MARGARET BILLINGSLEY, B.S.,1'fi.ED.
A snapshot of a camera addict . , . ex-
posure: in the gym, on the athletic field,
in G.A.A ,,.. timing: varied . . . develop-
ment: it developed us . . . named: Miss
"B" . . . history: B.S. and M. Ed. from
University of Pittsburgh . . . enjoys trav-
eling so much she took a semester's leave
to "do" the South . . . outdoor sports
and photography are her favorite hobbies.
MISS ANNE BAILEY, B.S.
The tall, beautiful blonde who looks
very much like a student is Mt. l..ebanon's.
new cadet . . . teaches algebra . . .
graduated from Bucknell University . . .
likes to do almost anything, but knitting,
sewing, and bridge rate high with her
that sparkling new diamond she's.
wearing indicates wedding bells soon in
MR. JOHN BECKERT, B.S.. M.ED.
Our coach, with degrees from Slippery
Rock and University of Pittsburgh, has
proved that good football requires more
thon brown . . . has had two undefeated
teams and a total winning average of
75W . . . also excels as field coach with
our outstanding track squads . . . says he
cloesn't even like himself during football
season but has many ardent fans, in-
cluding his wife and us.
MR. LAWRENCE BROMBEB.ICK.B.S.,M.ED.
Formula: LEBI . . . physical properties:
blondg pleasant, solid, very low 3.P.7
never freezesg densityw-? . . . chemical
properties: possesses great affinity for
family, friends, and students . . . occur-
rence: wherever students need help . . .
uses: 'useful tonic in acceleration of low
spirits: character builder as well as
chemistry teacher . . . degrees: B.S, ln-
diana State Teachers' College, M. Ed.
Pennsylvania State College.
The e Teachers We e Ou Guide
MR. MERLE BURROWS, B.S., M. LITT.
"Turn off those radio commercials!"
says Mr. Burrows: "they're the present
day curse" . . . his sociology and econo-
mics classes are frequently reminded of
this . . . his garden and collection of old
coins take up much of his spare time . . .
he claims his degrees of B.S. and M. Litt.
from Grove City and University of Pitts-
burgh respectively . . . sponsors our golf
MR. MERCER CLARK, B.S., M.ED.
Let's take a glance at part of "Speed's"
alphabet . . . A-avocation of photography
. . . B-baseball and basketball, which he
coaches . . . C-caring for his family-
wife, son six, and daughter two . . .
D-dancing-a favorite pastime . . . E-edu-
cation B.S.-Waynesburg and M.Ed.-Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh . . . F-G-Flower
qardeneanother hobby . . . H-heaIth--
the subject he teaches.
MR. VICTOR DOAK, A.B., M.A.
Some say reading history makes you
stale . . . lively Mr. Doak proves it does-
n't . . , here's thumbnail proof . . . re-
ceived A.B. from Geneva College, M.A.
from University of Pittsburgh . . . en-
joys reading, bridge, golf, tennis . . . ten-
nis coach and chairman of W.P,l.A.L.
Tennis Committee . . . assistant football
coach . , . son Bill Know eleven years oldl
will be with us in a few years.
MRS. MARGARET CARGILL, A.B., M. LITT.
Let's get to the "point" and discuss
Mrs. Cargill, the "key" woman in room
116 . . . amid the noise and bustle of the
activities office she alone remains calm
. . . heads the activities program in our
school . . . faculty representative on the
Executive Board . . . her own outside ac-
tivities include movies, bowling, and
bridge . . . A.B. and M. Litt. from Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh.
MR. IOHN DENBOW, B.S., M. ED.
A newcomer with us this year . . .
teaches American history .... graduated
from Slippery Rock State Teachers' Col-
lege . . . main interest is sports, especi-
ally basketball and tennis . . . spends
his summers as counselor in a boys'
camp . . . another name for his pet peeve
is tardy pupils . . , was a first lieuten-
ant in air corps during World War ll.
MISS VIRGINIA ELLIOTT, A.B., M.A.
Attention writers! Cshe sponsors the
Mountyj, horseback riders! lshe loves to
ridel, Godey Magazine admirers! fshe col-
lects theml, housekeepers! fshe sweeps
the attic every vacationl . , . beware
"Public Parasites" e those who walk
through revolving doors and let others
push Cyou're her pet peevel . . , a versa.
tile woman Miss Elliott . , . A.B. Wilson
College, M.A. Columbia University.
IMISS PAULINE FISH, B.S., M.A.
Girls, one way to a man's heart is
through his stomach, sae
If you yearn to cook a delectable dish
Get your instructions from Miss Fish.
. . . Chairman of Pennsylvania Home Ec-
'onomics Association . . . collaborated
with KDKA "School of the Air" . . . grad-
uate of West Virginia Wesleyan and Col-
MR. SI-IERRICK GILBERT, B.S., M.S.
Here's a champion . . . for those who
like to putter around with carpentry the
loves to work with lumberl, for those who
like the study of nature the teaches bi-
ologyl, for those who like basketball
tthat's his favorite sportl, and last but not
least, for those who play chess the spon-
sors the victorious chess teaml . . . B.S.
and M.S. from University of Pittsburgh.
MISS RUTH GORDON, A.B.. M.A.
Knock, knock, who's there?-it's not the
porter, but our home visitor, Miss Gordon
. . . her duties include checking truancy,
visiting new families, ironing out fam-
ily difficulties, issuing working permits,
and teaching English . .Q . served as a
WAVE officer during the war and is ac-
tively interested in the Reserves . . . at-
tended Muskingum and Beaver Colleges
and New York University.
MISS KATHERYN FROBESE. A.B., M. LITT.
This English teacher graduated from Al-
legheny College . . . her Beta Y-Teens
think she's tops lto mention only a few
of her admirerst . . . seen any of her
snappy hats?fwell, she makes some of
them herself . , . enjoys symphonies, also
flowers and tries never to miss a flower
show . . . likes to spend her summers
"far from the madding crowd."
MR. NORMAN GOODWIN, B.S., M. ED.
"This is a period of meditation, not vis-
itation"--familiar words by Mr. Goodwin
to the 12-5's between devotions and an-
nouncements . . . teaches algebra and
geometry . . . sponsors intramural basket-
ball . . . in Ruthfred Acres his Wife man-
ages the house, and son tage sevenl man-
ages both parents . . . received B.S. from
Edinboro State Teachers' College, M. Ed.
from University of Pittsburgh.
MR. IOHN GRIMES, B.S., M. ED.
The man behind the scenes is Mr.
Grimes-behind the camera that takes
the pictures of our football games and be-
hind apparatus for the public address
and score boards tsquads which he spon-
sorsl - . . likes to Work in his wood-
working shop , . . received his degrees of
B.S. and M.ED. from University of Pitts-
"U ew the Rough Spots
MISS DOROTHY GROVE, B.S., M. ED.
Meet the mistress of Midnight Maida Ca
little black cocker spaniell . . . a gradu-
ate of Indiana State Teachers' College,
she teaches commercial subjects . . her
Alpha Y-Teens have done some splendid
projects under her able direction . . .
likes to knit and tconfidentiallyl she's an
expert . . . by the way, she attended a
Mt. Lebanon grade school.
MRS. FERNE HORNE, A.B., M.ED.
Have you had your "hortnloscope"
read yet? If you're undecided about a
college or high school course, step right
up and have "Dr," Horne help you . . .
well qualified with A.B. from Denison Uni-
versity and M. Ed. from University of
Pittsburgh . . . because of her willing
guidance to those graduating she has
earned the title, "the seniors' best friend "
MR. IOSEPH KEIPER, B.S., M.A.
Exception to the rule "like charges re-
pel and unlike attract" is our principal,
Mr. Keifer . . . popular because he is so
like us . . . stepping stones to his posi-
tion have been principalsiiips of all our
schools . . . served three years in the
navy . . . hunting and fishing are his di-
versions . . . B.S. California State Teach-
ers' College and M.A. University of Pitts-
MISS FEBN HIGH, R.N., B.S.
Miss High says, "Let's have a look at
your throat," we say, "Let's have -I look
at Miss High" . . . first, our school nurse
attended Iefferson Medical College and
did graduate Work at University of Pitts-
burgh . . . next, she worked in several
hospitals and in the Bridgeville schools
. . . finally, we see her favorite pastimes
include bridge, skating, and golf.
MISS ELLA ION. B.S.. M.ED.
Definition of an ion: an atom with an
electrical charge . it can truthfully be
said Miss lon furnishes the spark that
keeps our program running smoothly . . .
makes out the schedule of classes . . .
files records on all students, past and
present . . . is in charge of attendance . . .
heads achievement, class rank, picture,
and attendance squads . . . B.S. and M.
Ed. University of Pittsburgh.
DR. IUAL KENDALL, M.D.
Next time you feel low or run down
don't take Dr. Carter's Little Liver Pills,
see Dr. Kendall for a more pleasant treat-
ment and furthermore for "free" . . .
when she's off duty, cooking and garden-
ing occupy her spare moments . . . has a
son in Lincoln School . . . University of
Pittsburgh, Pre-Med . . . Woman's Medi-
cal College, M. D.
MISS MABEL MOORE, A.B., B.L.S.
Our earnest and friendly librarian re-
ceived her degrees of A.B. and B.L S.
from Penn State and Columbia University
respectively . . . if she had her way, it
would be flowers every day, asters and
delphiniums preferred . . . collects books
on Pennsylvania . . . would like to roam
in her car all over Pennsylvania, her ia-
MISS EILEEN NESBITT, A.B.
A graduate of Waynesburg College . ..
teaches our Latin students their "hic,
haec, hoc's", but she also has a reputa-
tion as a fine math teacher . . . often
envied for her curly bob . . . perfection
tc her is sunny tpardon us, snowyl Cali-
fornia . . , since she loves traveling, she
was guite happy as a Marine during
Vtforld Vtfar ll.
MISS ADA PATTERSON, A.B., M. LITT.
Miss Patterson not only teaches the in-
tricacies of Latin to her students but
promotes character education in our
schools, a subject in which she is intense-
ly interested . . . likes traveling and has
visi.ed much of our country . . . enjoys
SP6UCll1'1? her evenings reading . . . keeps
her students cheerful with her jolly sense
MR. CHARLES O. LOHR, B.S., M.A.
Everyone stands in line to see Mr. Lohr
-that is, if he wants to get tickets for
any game or play . . . is in charge of
the book room week days, heads for the
"wide open spaces" of Ligonier Moun-
tains on week-ends . . . teaches biology
. . . likes sports . . . received B.S. from
Washington and Jefferson College, M. A.
from University of Pittsburgh.
MISS MARGERY MCCLURE, A.B., M.A.
"Go west, young man, go west," said
Horace Greelyy so does Miss McClure
has traveled extensively throughout the
West, but her heart lies with the Rockies
. . . loves travel!-any form except horse-
back . . , between Latin and English
classes she sponsors the Log KA Western
Pine, that isl . . . A.B. from Oberlin . , .
M.A. from University of Pittsburgh.
MR. IOI-IN MEHNER, B.S.
lf you "follow the gleam" in Mr. Meh-
ner's eye, you'll probably end up on cr
field trip, rain or shine tthere's nothing
this biology teacher likes betterl . .
source of gleam's radiation, his hand-
painted ties . . . his many diversions in-
clude reading and hiking . . . received
his B.S. degree from Grove City College
. . . now working on MS, at University
MR. WILLIAM MITCHELL, A.B.. M. LITT.
"Buenos dias, clase"-a daily greeting
to his Spanish classes . . . to secure the
proper accent for this, he's made'severul
trips to Mexico tof course, he also likes to
travelj . . . sponsors the Hi-Y Gold Chap-
ter . . . enjoys listening to the radio . . .
his biggest headache is "teaching in
vain," for which no cure has been found
. . . A.B. and M.Litt. from University of
MRS. GERALDINE MORGAN, B.S., M.A.
With a fanfare of trumpets toy the
wqy, She plays onel enters our witty sen-
ior English teacher, Mrs. Morgan . . .
supervises fire drills . . . workinq 139'
hind the scenes, so to speak, she coordi-
nates all auditorium programs . . . is in
charge of Senior Day . . . collects hand-
kerchiefs and has one from almost every
country . . . B.S. from Geneva, M.A. from
University of Pittsburgh.
MISS MARIE NEUMARKER, A.B., M. ED.
"All aboard" or "ship ahoy" is a wel-
come sound to Miss Neumarker-fprovided,
of course, she's the one that's going
aboard , . . has traveled to Europe and
most parts of U.S.A .... also enjoys
classical music, reading, and gardening
. . . teaches eleventh grade English . .
on school's guidance committee . . . de-
grees of A.B. and M, Ed. come from Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
MRS. FLOY PENN, B.S., M. ED.
A "bird's eye view" of a busy person
We get only a glimpse of daily tif you
take a quick look you can see her thira
periodl . . . teaches reading in various
Mt. Lebanon schools . . . a gardening am-
ateur . . , dislikes bluffing . . . vacations
in Cape Cod . . . B.S. from California State
Teachers' College . . . M.Ed. from Univer-
siiy of Pittsburgh . . . now .fvorking cn
her Pn.D. thesis.
MR. MICHAEL MALONE
A true Englishman, imported last sum-
mer as an exchange teacher . . . during
the war served os contain in the B.A.F'.
in Europe and the Middle East . . . week-
ends find him sight-seeing in Louisville,
Washington D.C., Niagara Falls-eta men-
tion a few . . . coaches soccer . . . teach-
ing certificate from Sheffield University
. . . will work for M.A. at University of
Indiana next year.
MISS FLORENCE MCLAUGHLIN, B.S., M.A.
The torch that lights the Lantern is Miss
McLaughlin . . . teaches typing, English,
and journalism . . . attended Carnegie
lnstitute of Technology . . . particularly
fond of antiques and gardening . . . in-
terested in symphony concerts and book
collecting . . . director of our schools'
public relations . . . served Uncle Sam ::.s
a WAVE in World War ll.
MR. NELSON MILLS, A.B., M. ED.
"The mills of the gods grind slowly,
but they grind exceedingly fine" . . .
thoroughness and perfection af iunt for
our superior plays, P.A. perfc ances,
and public speaking classes, all or which
are Mr. Mills' responsibility . . . quite a
gourmet in his taste for foods . . . has
traveled throughout the United States and
England . . . A.B. and M. Ed. from Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
MR. DONLEY MOLLENAUER, A.B., M. ED.
"We often fear
His thoughts aren't here
But in the clouds asoaringf'
Well, wherever they are, We'll wager
they're on track or history . . . coaches
our fine track and cross country teams
, , . teaches American history . . . A.B.
Washington and lefferson, M.Ed. Univer-
sity ot Pittsburgh.
MR. RAYMOND PETERS, B.S., M.ED.
Unlike Peter the Pumpkin Eater, Mr.
Peters keeps neither his wife nor plans
in a pumpkin shell . . . drew the plans
for our wonderful stadium . . . his invento-
ry of school equipment records everything
from me number ot torks in the care-terra
to the price of thread in 1945 . . . coaches
rifle team . . . B.S. from California State
Teachers' College, M.Ed. from University
MISS NORMA POWELL, A.B.. M. LITT.
Her degrees of A.B. and M.l..itt. como
from 'Wooster College and University of
Pittsburgh . . . those beautiful sweaters
she Wears are a product of her chief
hobby, knitting . . . head of the Girls'
Service Squad . . . collects both classical
and popular records, having a special
collection of New Orleans jazz . . . papers
without margins and tardy pupils are her
MR. REED RAINES, A.B., M.S.
Music reigns among Mr. Raines' nop--
bies , . . in the past, he played a mean
saxaphone in his own dance band . , .
holding a lesser sway are rahotography
and tennis . . . the real power behind ihe
throne at home are his three monarchs,
David, Don, and Pattie . . . sponsor of
the Blue Hi-Y . . . received his AB. and
M.S. degrees from University of West Vir-
MR. IOHN REED, B.S., M.LITT.
Give Mr. Reed a car and a driving stu-
dent and "there's a driver's license in
your future" . . . rode through California
State Teachers' College in high gear to
receive his B.S ,... M,Litt. from Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh . . . puts the brakes cn
for athletics . . . knows his way around
without a road map . . . favorite model
is his little daughter, Mary Lou.
MISS MARTHA PICKENS, A.B.. M.A.
If you haven't met Miss Pickens, you
will soon . . . new student here?-if so,
you were probably introduced to the
school by a member of her hospitality
squad . , . taking College Board Exams?
-she has the necessary information . . .
graduating?fshe is in charge of com-
mencement . . . A.B. and M.A. from Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh . . . when you meet
her, you'll never forget her.
MR. PHILIP PRUTZMAN, B.S.
Our "man of distinction" is Mr. Prutz-
man . . . always ready on the down beat,
he's sometimes sharp and always natural
but never flat . . . plays many instru-
ments besides directing our band and or-
chestra . . . major interest is his famous
mustache . . . minor interest Live Alone
and Like It . . . attended Mansfield State
Teachers' College, Penn State, Ernest
West Band School.
MR. IOI-IN RAMSEY, B.S., M.ED.
What's all the buzz about?-probably
concerns Mr. Ramsey, who teaches wood
and metal shop . . , works hard with our
stage crew building scenery . . . his hob-
bies are wood and metal crafts , , . en-
joys traveling . . . spent four years as a
naval officer during the war . . . can
boast of attending University of Pittsburgh
and Carnegie Tech at the same time.
MISS ANNE RIGHTMIRE, A.B., M.A.
Here are excerpts from our winning
"Good Neighbor Letter" . . . she was a
nurse's aid at Montefiore Hospital for
six years . . . spent one summer as c
nurse in a mountaineer hospital in
Prenchburg, Kentucky . . . teaches geo-
metry . . . sponsors the traffic squad . . .
received her AB. from Allegheny and her
M.A. from Columbia . . . I nominate, fo:
our good neighbor, Miss Rightmire.
MISS RITA ROEGGE, A.B.. M.A.
A true Mt. Lebanonite, she was bred
here and has taught nowhere else, start-
ing her teaching career as a cadet in
our high school . . . teaches Spanish . .
has attended University of Pittsburgh,
Middlebury College, and University ot
Mexico , . . has no particular hobbies but
likes to do almost anything . . . has given
generously of her time and talents to Red
MR. DOUGLAS SHANER, A.B.
Graduated from Carnegie Tech School
of Fine Arts . . . many of his art students
have won awards each year in the Schol-
astic Contest . . . his twin dachshunds
tweiner dogs to usl and a cat are his
prize possessions . . . now devoting his
spare time to the improvement of his
newly acquired home . . . sponsors pos-
ter and printing squads.
MISS MAY SNEARY, B.P.S.M.
The lovely singing that floats down our
halls is under Miss Sneary's direction . . .
she also teaches harmony and music ap
preciation . . . Mount Union Conservatory
ot Music is her Alma Mater . . . collects
table linens and hand-made quilts . . .
two of her outside diversions are horse-
back riding and tennis . . . a master's
touch at the organ.
MR. ROBERT RUTH, A.B., M.ED.
Here's someone that's on the beam,
especially in his radio class . . . teaches
physics and math, too . . . business man-
ager of athletic teams . . . woe to the boy
he finds with a shirt belonging to our
school! . . . keeps in tune at home by
gardening and carpentry . . . for his own
enjoyment he plays golf and tennis but
ranks basketball highest.
MISS SARAH SMITH, A.B., M.ED.
At home Miss Smith constructs a special
"solid" figure in the kitchen, using the
locus chocolate pie, and the result is a
delectable figure . , . bridge, reading, and
swimming occupy her free moments . . .
teaches solid geometry and trig . . . is
in charge of senior class rings, pins, and
announcements . . . A.B. from Wilson Col-
lege, M.Ed. from University of Pittsburgh.
MRS. LYDE SOMMERFELD, A.B.
Gazing into my crystal ball, I see a
lady who teaches tenth grade English
. . . received A.B. from Grove City Col-
lege . . . her numerous hobbies, in ad-
dition to her husband, include reading,
music, and dancing. Second semester
Mrs. Sommerfeld decided to devote all
her attention to her husband and home
.. . we've missed her, too, but our best
wishes are with her-always!
MR. IOSEPH SRP, B.S., M.ED.
Hyp: Likes all sports, but baseball and
basketball top the list . . . enjoys read-
ing . . . attended Penn State, where he
received his B. S. degree and Unu-
versity of Pittsburgh, where he took his
Con: Mr. Srp.
Plan: Sum of the parts equals the whole.
MISS RUTH STEPHENS, B.S., M.LITT.
California State Teachers' College is
her Alma Mater . . . loves teaching the
tine points of English literature to her
twelfth graders . . . dreams of visiting En-
gland . . , is up to par in golfing and
way above it when it comes to sponsor-
ing the "De1tas" . . . perfection?-a cozy
chair and a good book . . . received her
M.Litt. degree from University of Pitts-
MR. KIRK TALLMAN, A.B., M.ED.
Portrait-a tall man making a birdie
on a golf course, leisurely reading a
book, hoeing his garden, vacationing in
the mountains :.i West Virginia, teaching
world history, assisting in the coaching
of football and basketball, and grumbling
about school forms . . . that's Mr. Tall-
man . . . degrees from West Virginia Uni-
versity and University of Pittsburgh.
MISS MARY THORPE, A.B.. M.ED.
Chats Spanish to her classes but after
hours she is very likely to speak French
. . . a graduate of Vfestminster College
. . . quite talented in the domestic arts,
she is an excellent seamstress and loves
zo cook . . . "music hath charms" for
her, for she never misses an opportunitv
to listen to good music . . . attended Uni-
versity oi Pittsburgh to earn her M.E'l.
MR. EARL WHIPXEY, B.S., M.ED.
illfeek-ends find Mr. Whipkey "up in
the air" fit's not because school is out!
with his aviation unit of the Naval Re-
serves . . . he's also navigator of the
Cedar Hi-Y . . . want to discover what
an interesting conversationalist he is?-
just ask how his young son, Doug, is
doing . . . BS. from Slippery Rock State
Teachers' College and M.Ed. from Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh.
MR. ALBERT STANISH, B.S.
New with us this
year from Central
Catholic . . . likes our school, especially
the co-ed system . .
. teaches world his--
tory and assists in coaching football and
track . . . received B.S from Geneva and
is now working on his mcfster's at Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh . . . a brand new
baby daughter to join son Albert, Ir.
ushered in the New Year for the Stanish
MR. CARI. STREAMS, A.B.. M.A.
Wherever there are hunting and a
stream abounding with fish you'll find
Mr. Streams. To finance these hunting
trips and family twife and two children,
Iohn and Barbaral he teaches geometry
and algebra . . . sponsors cafeteria squad
. . . summer recreation director at Mt.
Lebanon Park . . . found time to get A.l3.
from Grove City, M.A. from University of
MISS ANNA THOMPSON, A.B., M.ED.
Westminster is her favorite college . . .
good English grammar is the goal she-
inspires her students to strive for . , .
paints dishes and makes neckties in her'
spare time . . , does her traveling now in
a new, shiny Buick . . . is active in
church work in her home town of Buena
Vista . . . received her M.Ed. degree from
University of Pittsburgh.
MISS TI-IELMA WHINNIE, B.S., M.ED.
Traditional gift for the teacher is on
apple, but chocolate covered cherries are
guaranteed to please Miss Vtfhinnie . . .
among her favorite pastimes are driving
her car and eating spaghetti, though for-
tunately not at the same time . . . teaches
commercial subiects . . . has a B.S. de-
gree from Indiana State Teachers' Col-
lege and M,Ed. from University of Pitts-
MISS HELEN ZAHNISER, A.B., M.A.
A graduate of Geneva College . . .
parlez-vous francais?-if you don't. Miss
Zahniser is the person to teach you how
. . . her students strive for a Parisian ac-
cent like hers . . . during the summer if
she isn't traveling, you may find her in
the backyard gardening . . . she has vis-
ited most of Europe and for six summers
conducted student tours there.
Caught in the act!
Mr. Streams and
Mr. Keifer go a-
Miss Sneary tries
out the Hammond
organ newly pur-
chased for the
In u beautiful bliz-
z il r d Miss "B"
t a k e s o f f f o I
points south. Can
g we blame her?
liimpses Th ou, lim ith Keyhole Q.
We proudly present our
faculty ehildren. Front:
Doug YVliipkey, Billy
Ramsey, joy Clark, Ed-
ward Mills, Chuckie
Bromberick, Mary Ann
Bromberick, Don Raines,
Patty Raines, Alohnny
Gill, Sally Horsman. Row
2: Virginia Burrows, Bar-
bara Streams, johnny
Streams, Donna Peters,
Ian Clark, Dick Good-
win, Alice Mollenaucr,
Barbara Gill. How 8:
Carolyn Burrows, Helen
Gilbert, lack Mills, Ai
Stanisli, David Mills,
David Raines. llow 4:
Tommy Horsman, Ted
Kendall, Bobby Gill,
Linn Mollenauer, Bill
Teachers, too, sometimes
had a snack between
classes. Miss Patterson,
Miss Thorpe, and Miss
Fish seem to be enjoying
that cup of tea.
What will teachers do
next! llere we find Miss
Frobese and Miss Beck
refinishing furniture in
one ot the evening wood-
VVeleome additions to
our faculty second semcse
ter were Miss Ilolliday,
former retired teacher
who is substituting in
the English department,
and Mr. Davis and Mis.,
Descaunets, new recruits
for the physical educa-
Time out as Miss Mt-
Clurc and Mrs. Morgan
improve their bowling
The camera catches Mrs.
Adamson in a clomeslie
Mothers of the P.T.A.
served a delicious lunch-
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KTOP LJ Dr. Wetherell and Madame Atherton discuss family problems over a spot of tea CTOP RJ Thomas Watches as
Jane and Major Bannister leave for the moon. CLOWV ER LJ jane restrains her mother, who holds Major Bannister responsi
ble for the death of her son, as Madame Atherton looks on. QLOWER RJ WValter Higgs, Major Banninsterls man, and old
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CHILDREN OF THE MOON
Last fall the halls of Mt. Lebo rang with strange
sounds of English and cockney accents. Youyve guessed
it-the annual Activities Play was in rehearsal. After
surviving long nights of practice and many hilarious m-
-cidents, the cast came through to give three splendid
performances of a difficult play.
Assisting Mr. Mills in the directing field were Marga-
ret Schietinger and Bettie Murphy. Student committee
chairmen included stage manager, I. Blair, properties,
C. McBride, business, T. Nourieg costumes, A. Rebholzg
make-up, S. Macliinnisg publicity, S. Miller, ushers, F.
Judge Atherton .
Laura Atherton .
Jane Atherton ..
Dr. YVetherell ..
Major Bannister .
Walter Higgs . .
. . . ..,.... ..... R ussell Teasdale
Mary Jane Hughes
. . . .Dolores Haslcy
. . . . .Sandra Wise
. . . , .Tom Rimer
. . .... Nelson Rungcr
. , , . .William Berlin
. , . . .Walter Fidder
Talent in Spotlight Fantasies
HEAVEN CAN YVAIT
"Spiritsl,' someone bowled as a saxophone Heated
down the corridor. Spiritsl' Wlell, maybe. But it was
more likely to be one of the characters tor the class play
just practicing in his spare time. Although handicapped
by having to practice almost everywhere but on a stage
for two weeks, our '49-ers survived and really made both
Joe and Mr. Jordan come to life.
. . .,.,.. .,..,., A rt Rosteld
. . .Russell Teasdale
. .... George Krivobok
. . . . . .Nixon Taylor
Marilyn St. Clair
. . . . .Annc Bebholz
. . . . . . . . .VVilliam Berlin
Joe Pendleton .
Mr. Jordan . . . .
julia Farnsworth ..
Bette Logan . . .
Max Levene . . .
lMrs. Amesb P. Kleptcr, CNurseQ C. Beedle, CSusie,
maid? N. Fritschi, CAnn, maidj M. Schietinger lVv'ill-
iamsj R. Hall, CFirst Escortb T. Kelly, CSeeond Escortj
I. Squires, lW0rkmanD D. Burke, CLeftyD B. Bell,
lDoctorl B. XValker, lPlainclothesmanD B. Rea, CFirst
Crowd Group? E. Gilbert, A. Colker, H. Brooks, P. Bir-
ris, E. Shepler, H. L. Price, I. McKay, A. Harpsterg
lSecond Crowd Groupj T. White, D. Minihan, C. Mc-
Bride, V. Corbett, M. Hill, S. Maloney, E. Hartzell, N.
Assisting Mr. Mills were student directors, I. Corcoran
and C. Gallagher, and also the following committee
chairmen: ushers, M. DeStein, properties, C. McBride,
publicity, V. Herrmann, business, T. Nourie.
CLONVER LEFTD In vain Joe tries to prove to Max by his bo
while the invisible Mr. Jordan stands by. CT. to BJ Mr. -lord
Tony gives him the money with which to promote the tight. M
pull straws to decide what night each east performs. julia and
body, comes down to see Bette.
xing prowess that he is really himself, not Mr. Farnswoith
an having given his okay to the check, Max nervously waits as
embers of both casts watch anxiously as their student directors
Tony receive quite a shock as Joe, in Mr. Farnsworth's old
EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS
Sitting: Means, Cox, Rosfeld, Saunders. Standing: Run-
Chief instrument of student government is the Ex-
ecutive Board. Made up of thc presidents of all
home rooms and an additional representative from
each senior room, this group discusses and takes ac-
tion on many school problems.
This year the Board gave special attention to the
subjects of sportsmanship and honesty. Active discus-
sion and participation in handling such problems give
students a share of responsibility for the smooth run-
ning of their school.
Executive Board-Tenth Grade
FRONT: McConnell, Wil d e r,
L i g h t h 0 w n, WVhite, Bassett,
Squires. BACK: Liadis, Jones
Hamill, XVilliains, VVork, Gemmer,
Murphy, Hutchins, Smith.
Executive Board--Eleventh Grade
FRONT: Dickerson, Hoehle, Lon-
genecker, Hulse, Kappeler, Fel-
lows, Raeiappa. BACK: Laughlin,
Reardon, Jewell, Carpenter, MC-
Featers, Bruning, Ryan, McStecn,
Showed Democracy in Action
EXECUTIVE BOARD-TVVELFTH GRADE
FRONT: Howe, Armstrong, Corcoran, Baldus, Shirley, Dunbar, Grove, Robinson, Maguire, Means, Coleman.
ROW 2: Holloway, McCauley, Pisehke, Mall, Hickman, Morian, Minihan, jones, Denman, WV1lloughby, Rosfeld,
Reed, Kelly. ROW 3: Eiehel, Harris, Morgan, Lund, Be agan, White, Craig, Carver, Mooney, Meell, Stroble.
Tuesday after school means many things to many people, but to a certain few, Tuesday means they must
report to the Student Court. This judiciary branch ol' our student government handles all out-of-order reports.
Here the recipient of an out-of-order has a chance to plead his case. After weighing all evidence, the court
decides the necessary punishment, if any.
Composed of representatives from each grade, the Court is another device through which our students
Court members VVard, Landon, F ranklin,
Albertson, Hahn, Ruthven, Runger, Kla-
ber try a defendant.
FRONT Zeph, Fox, Rosfeld, Robinson. ROW 2: Lee, Schietinger, Stewart, Taylor. ROW 3: Laufer, Hickman,
Nourie Holloway, Grove.
Committees and quads Euzgerly
Book Squad ..
Chemistry , . .
Class Rank . .
Decorating . .
. . .Margie Zeph
. . . .Cliff Evans
Executive Board Committee
Devotional .,......,, Mary Margaret Stewart
Girls' Service Squad .,........., Donna Gray
Girls, Gym Squad ,,,,..... Nancy Robinson
Honor Award .... .,.....,, M argie Grove
Hospitality ...... Cfallj ........, '.Bob Dee
fspringj Dave Denman
Library ......... ..... D orothy Colucci
Lost and Found ...........,.. Peggy Friday
Medical ........ .... D onna Rae Eslabrook
Needle and Thread ...... Beverly Armstrong
Physics .....,..... .,.. C harles Plantz
FRONT: Huber, P. Ryan, Fritschi, Rea, Estabrook, Schulte. ROVV 2: I. Bighzun, Denman, Maguire Kuhne
Dunbar, J. Ryan, Means, Teasdale. ROW 3: Dee, 'White, Evans, Morgan.
llpmmed Gold from Many Sources
and Squad Chairmen
Poster . , .
Printing . . .
Publicity ....., ....
Scenery . , .
Scholastic . . .
Score Board . . .
Stage Crew . ..
. , , ,Joe Pollock
, , .Jack Morgan
. . . .Bob Murrer
, . . ,Art Rosfeld
. , . . . ,Jim jewel!
. . .Nicky Taylor
Studio .,,,.... Cfalll ....,... Nelson Rungei
Qspringj Tom Rimer
Traffic ,... ......,,..,. J ohn McKee
Red Cross ,.... .... M argaret Schietinger
Usher Cboysj .,,..,... Tom Nourie
Usher Cgirlsl ..,,.. ...., P at Ryan
Ways and Means .,.,.., Jim Ryan
Scholarship, Serqvzice, Character re Keys
Some people count sheep to make
them go to sleep. I donitl I count
You see, the requirements sounded
easy when I was a sophomore. From
every activity I'd enter, I'd receive
points, when I finally accumulated
ninety, Iid have my key. I could rc-
eeive it from grade eleven A through
twelve A. Eagerly I set out on my
quest. I stoved my finger in C.A.A.,
acquired dishpan hands from wash-
ing the blackboards, spent precious
minutes of activities period in a
squad meeting, got hoarse practicing
for the spring musical, struggled to
get on the honor roll, and now a se-
nior, I tediously count my points.
Eighty-seven, eighty-eight, eighty-
nine. One short! But I must have
ninety! You say there's one last re-
sort? All right!
Please, please, may I wash your
It was a proud moment as deserving students came forward to
accept tieir awards at the Activities Assembly.
FRONT' Corcoran Kern Means For Stewart 'N ld K k
-. ' L v , -', A , ' , pa us, ir , Budden. ROXV 2: Estabrook, Cl 'rl Gr H - -
Ster, Schietlngcr, Saunders, Boyer, Grove, Weigand, Arentzen, Fulton, Herrmann, Colucci. ROc51S:1,HclvlIt
g:e1fkMcCXk1iin, Bipgham, Lee, Schreiner, Kragnes, Dunbar, Davies, Hikes Carson Schulte O,Kcefe IFVAI-d
o er, a er. OVV 4: Schoff, Cunningham, M'-l tl , Rx VV' ' , ,- ,H' . , ,-, 7 , i
Murrer, Mau, COX, Stroble, Kelly, Holloway. ic ie sen ci, issmger, jones, ickman, Craig, Denman,
the Go den Opportunity of Education
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FRONT: Staiger, Brown, Gray, Stewart, Schietinger, Saunders, Boyer, Ward, Herrmann, Garson. ROW 2: Mur-
rer, Harpster, Bingham, Church, Estabrook, Lee, Schreiner, Dunbar, Fulton, Arentzen, Means, O'Keefe, Hunger.
ROVV 3: Cox, Stroblc, Lund, VVissinger, Beasley, Krivebok, Hickman, Hewitt, Koenig, Rea, Colker, Shave,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Did you get that letter from Mt. Lebanon High
School? No, not a home notice, but the announce-
ment of your election to the National Honor Society.
Only fifteen percent of the upper third of the senior
class do. Brains aren't everything, but neither are
character and service without brains. To be a mem-
ber of National Honor Society, a student must com-
bine scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
QUILL AND SCROLL
FRONT: Murdoch, Fox, McKee, Davis. ROW 2.
Schreiner, Lopez. ROW 3: Garibaldi, Eby, Corcoran,
Rink, Herrmann, Macdonald, Acosta, Cuyol, Hartle.
QUILL AND SCROLL
VVith my quill I record upon this scroll that out-
standing literary work on the Log, the Mounty, or
the Lantern is the requisite for membership in the
international literary society, Quill and Scroll.
These girls proved that it could be done. Yes, Joan
Thorsteinson, Donna Gray, Nancy Schreiner, and
Anne Harpster had earned keys and guards at the
end of their I2 B semester.
These Students Spttrlktetl Brightest
CLEFTD Science genius is our own Charles Plantz, who won top hon-
ors and a trip to Washington in the Westinghouse Science Talent
Search. For two successive years one of our science students has
placed among the highest forty in the nation in this contest.
CBELOXVD Hats off to these four girls, Pat Budden, Nancy Carson,
Mary Margaret Stewart, and Ioan Thorsteinson, who stood highest
scholastically in the senior class at the end of the first semester.
These hopeful art students prepare to enter their work in the Schol-
astic Art Contest. FRONT: Ward, Fox, Hughes, Sebring. BACK:
Croell, VVilloughby, Rosfeld, Schweig.
At the end of the fall semester these students came forging through
to make the highest honor roll. FRONT: Stewart, Ryman, Mihm,
B. Miller, L. Miller. ROW 2: Ward, Schreiner, Carson, Lee, Kurtz,
Divine. ROVV 3: Foley, McConnell, VVilliams, Daley, Storey, Erick-
Jack Hewitt and Bob Laufer are two of our most outstanding science
students. Iack received an honorary medal from Rensselaer Poly-
technic Institute, while Bob received the Bausch and Lomb Honora-
ry Science Award. NVe are proud to add that Bob also placed in the
top two hundred contestants in the Westinghouse Science Talent
on the Various Trails o Learning
QRICHTJ Here's a history scholar deluxe! In the Hearst
American History Contest Bob Laufer placed third in
Western Pennsylvania and received honorable mention
in the nation, the only one from this district to receive
CBELOWJ Right proud are these budding authors as
they prepare to submit their manuscripts in the Scholas-
tic VVriting Contest. Sitting: Klepfer, Schreiner, Book,
Joseph. Standing: Denman, Neal, Krivobok, Miller, Ri-
mer, Hurrell. Incidentally our contestants captured four-
teen places in the contest. Pretty nice going, eh what?
Owen Daley and Jean McKay, co-editors of the Mounty,
discuss their forthcoming issue with joan Thorstcinson,
editor-in-chief of the ,49 Log.
Bill Berlin, Art Rosfeld, and Tom Kelly in their weekly
broadcasts gave us some lively news accounts of the
sports world at Lebo Gap.
Congratulations to these students whose reports showed
a straight "Av average for the first semester. Sitting:
Erickson, McConnell. Standing: Ryman, L. Miller,
Ward, Lee, Garson, Stewart.
From the Swift Stream of Busy Days
ADVISORY BOARD: Cfrontj Frazee, Kraft, Boyer,
trow ZJ Colvin, F. Kappler, S. Maloney, P. Maloney,
Murphy, Qrow SD Smith, Flaherty, Portman, Maehling,
VVagner, Philips, Corbett.
REPORTERS: Ctop to bottom, l. to r.J Berlin, Boelclen,
Little, S. Miller, Franklin, Stapleton, Russell, Anderson,
Maxwell, S. Kappeler, VVise, Allsop, Clowes, Couch:
Hoffman, Klepfer, Litten, Vollmer, Porter, Murphy
BUSINESS: tfrontb XVyrough, Hastings, Heidenreich,
Gardner, Cbackj Townsend, Schulte, Bushyeager, Ilof-
soos, Dunbar, Halowell, Behen, E. Locke.
Meyers, Hulse, Rosfeld, Robb.
The daily evening bustle of activity in Miss McLaugh-
lin's room was always the notice of an approaching day
when We would hear, "The LANTERN shines tonightf'
and weid rush to our hoinerooms after school for a copy.
The journalistic efforts of our talented classmates were
always welcomed and enjoyed, from featured news
scoops and editorials, through the sports and record
columns, to the "Devilette.v
Every Friday after school MOUNTY staff held its
regular meeting to discuss the latest diggings in the
short story, poetry, and essay mines. These busy Writers
with their production and business staffs were quite used
to working overtime tuntil 6 p.1n. and once or twice on
Saturday morningsb, but no one complained or remem-
bered the temperanlental mimeograph machine on
'SMOUNTY DAY,n when the literary magazine actually
descended upon the school.
FRONT: Rinier, Dunbar, McKay, Kurtz, Leech
Hikes. BACK: Schreiner, McCridden, Block, Hur
mann, Harpster, Daley, Hornell, Kennedy, Bu
lent JUTMWIULIISZES Scoopedl the News
Fox, Furlong, Thorsteinson, Hickman, Gray.
Since last May, when the theme was first decided
upon, up until the very moment you received this vol-
ume, the LOG staff has been working to give you a
yearbook worth its weight in gold. As ideas were being
sought for and discovered, Lem and Clem were born,
those jolly characters who go rillicking through these
pages with such abandon. VVhile eager salesmen went a-
gunnin, for subscriptions, while photographers scouted
for pictures, while artists sketched lay-outs and mounted
glossies, while writers wrote and rewrote, and while the
business manager tried to balance the budget, the staff
endeavored to record for you the golden memories of
a record year. The end result you now hold in your
hand-your own Forty-niner.
Blair, Davenport, Morgan, Copctas.
BUSINESS: Cfrontl Heidenreich, Townsend, Hickman
Qbackl O'Keefe, Furlong.
ART: ffrontj Conley, Fox, Cbackj Zclle, McClaren, Ros
LITERARY: Cfrontb Gray, Franklin, Rebholz, Harpster
Crow 22 S. Kappeler, Stewart, Boeklen, Vollmcr, O'Neil
McKay, Crow SD Brooks, Hornell, Wissinger, Tliorstein-
Rustic Rh thms and Lzifiuely Bu lends
TRIPLE TRIO AND BOYS, QUARTET
FRONT: Corcoran, McClain, Bender,
Saunders, Jones. ROVV 2: Vollmer,
Hoehle, Williams, Schietinger. ROW 3:
Holloway, Kelly, Gallup, O'Brien, Grif-
fiths, Spindler. ROW 4: Austin, Burke.
Will we ever forget the wonderful feeling that came
over us when the band, using lights for the first time,
formed an illuminated "MU while we sang the "Alma
Matern? Under the direction of Mr. Prutzman the band
was, without a doubt, better than ever. It certainly pep-
ped up the fans at half-time with "Alexander's Ragtime
Bandv and the fancy stepping of the snappy majorettes.
In the choral activities the Triple Trio and the Boys'
Quartet held sway. Both groups made a fine name for
themselves by entertaining on various occasions.
At Christmas the chorus held its annual presentation
of the The Messiah. It was a memorable evening as
many alumni who had been former chorus members
joined in singing Handel's inspiring composition.
FRONT: Krcll, May, Shaffer, Morgan, Nagel, Love, Paul Bowell, Peter Bowcll, Fawcett, Ricthof, Bercsi, L. Eisenbeis.
ROYV 2: Treharne, Uhrich, Reardon, Jewell, Kauper, J. lxern, Ernst, Cutler, Storey, Hewitt, Challencr, Campbell.
ROVV 3: Jeffers, Hood, Lofquist, Shiffler, Spangler, Flurry, Fee, Hemmenway, McFeaters, Denhart, L. Kern, joseph,
Hertel, Mihm, Miller.
cept Many of the Gang in Tune
In March the band and the orchestra, along with in- As a grand finale in May, the chorus under Miss
strumental groups of the other schools, gave an "All Sneary,s direction presented 'LNaughty Mariettaf' It was
School Concert." Something new this year was a saxo- a tremendous show, with gay costumes, lively dances,
phone quintet and a trumpet trio. The two big num- and wonderful tunes, which included the always re-
bers of the concert were "Marche Slavei' and the "Over- membered, "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Lifef'
ture from the Barber of Seville." It was a real thrill for This brought the musical year to a close. Of course
our musicians to have Robert A. Arthur, bandnzaster of there had been hard- work, but there was that great sat-
the University of Pittsburgh, lead one of the numbers. isfaction of a job well done.
FRONT: Truxell, Moslener, Couch, Halpert, Blackmon, McCune, Ridinger, C. Smith, Byers, Means, Ostergaard, Freeland, ee
Bassett, Conrad, Price, Strickler, Cohbey. ROW 2: Harris, Birris, Hertel, Miller, Jeffers, Kauper, Hollingsworth, Blair, G. Duerr
Rankin, Biber, Gluck, Boss, Rhodes, Barnes, Cutler, N. Eisenbeis, H. Bradley, E. Smith, Joseph, Campbell. ROW 2 S ew' '
Hastings, Chidester, B. Bradley, Reardon, Herget, Dunlop, Beagan, Kern, Cramer, Uhrich, Kemp, L. Eisenbeis, Thomp on Lo 't
Wall. ROW 4: Hewitt, Michelsen, Hood, Lyle, Riethof, Maxwell, Fawcett, Denhart, Flurry, Runger, Pankopf, Spangle. lh ll
Lofquist, Treharne, Wallace, Mains, Storey, Meyer.
FRONT: Wilson, Jones, Loreen Bender, Lois Bender, Vollmer, Walker, Anderson, Holloway, Kelly, Ladley, Spindler, Gallup, Cor-
bett, Sehietinger, XVilliams, Larson, McClain, May. ROW 2: Cray, Budden, Brown, Colucci, Atria, Eyrieh, MacMain, O,Donnell
Haynes, Ohlman, Raeiappa, Staiger, jenkins, Clark, Christie, Schneider, Rust, McConnell, Harrold. ROW 3: Hilliard, Maehling
Divine, Stapleton, Lewis, Colvin, Bassett, Kellison, WVright, Schwartz, Burke, Maloney, Rybicki, Edmundson, Schulte, Schindehet-
te, Bickel, Moffit. ROVV 4: Campbell, Kirk, Sipplc, Hcekel, Sloman, Kern, Rimer, Davenport, Sheets, McCall, Halen, O'Brien, Oxen-
reider, Dorn, Corcoran, Furman, Harpster. ROXV 5: Little, Hillman, Koerher, McMaster, Neal, Coffman, Rowland, LaBosky, Aus-
tin, Creps, Daley, Halowell, Davies, Aspell, Bramwell, Shenkcl. Saunders at organ.
CABOVED BETA OFFICERS
Sitting: YVcigand, Hahn, Means, Estahrook, Tai-
em. Standing: Fritschi, Storey, Swanson, Prohin-
Front: Meyers, Barron, Baldizar. Back: Hennessy
Carey, Hulse, Karlovitz, Poole, Rust.
QHICHTD ALPHA OFFICERS
Front: Couch, Dickinson, Fawcett, Lindberg
Back: Mihm, Phillips, Ludwick, Peck, XYhite.
H EYE eens out
One of the most popular actiyities
among the girls is the Y-Teens. Approx-
imately three hundred girls participated
in its three chapters, the Beta, Delta,
Remember all the good food and fun
at the g'Covered Dish Dinnern? No one
could forget the impressive candlelight
Recognition Service, when everyone was
dressed up and serious for once. Then
on the less serious side were those square
dances, when the gals all wore jeans and
danced themselves breathless. As one of
their social service projects, members
spent many evenings working for the
Red Cross. They had their share in
sports, too, with the formation of basket-
'ball teams, which did quite well in their
competition with Y-Teen clubs in other
For the most part all the regular meet-
ings carried through the theme of know
yourself, know others, know your career,
and help those with fewer opportunities.
Work and Pier
Promoting a variety of activities, our
Hi-Y organizations enjoyed a profitable
and charitable year. Divided into three
chapters, each sponsored by a different
teacher, the boys participated in every-
thing from gathering money to playing
This year the Cold or senior branch,
with Mr. Mitchell as faculty adviser, in
addition to minor activities, sent their
representatives to conferences, acted 1n
downtown "Y" gatherings, and raised
money for several worthy causes. They
also played in the sectional Hi-Y league,
where the Geeks were victorious in the
final playoff over the F orty-niners.
The Cedar Chapter, the junior group
sponsored by Mr. Whipkey, concerned
itself with a greater emphasis on saictyg
while the tenth grade group, the Blue,
led by Mr. Raines, assisted Mrs. Cargill
with the Red Feather Drive and gather-
ed contributions for the Good Will.
CABOVED GOLD OFFICERS
Denigan, Colker, LaBosky, McBride, Craig, Hol
Front: Pankopf, Sherriek, Jewell, Hoffman. Back
Dickerson, Kernahan, Mohr, Ellis, Lowell.
CLEFTD BLUE OFFICERS
Front: Satrc, Squires. Back: Barrett, Hartzell.
There s cz Rich Share of Gold
Last minute preparations
for the Activities Play show
ai few stage crew boys work-
ing fast and furiously to
get the scenery up on time.
No, it's not the condemned
walking the last mile! lt's
just the Lebo lads and lass-
es hiking that last hill to the
auditorium for the mid-year
The fellows had 21 hard timc
keeping their eyes on their
dates when these trim ush-
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aisle to those Row K, Cen-
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game, a musicale, or il play,
these boys were always on
hand to take tickets or hand
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Jo Mihm as Miss Venus,
with Doriene Deeter, Ele-
anor Hennessy, Margie
Beard, and Linnea Lind-
berg as her devotees, pre-
sented a lovely picture at
the annual Latin Festival at
the Buhl Planetarium.
Many grateful displaced pci-
sons in Europe rcceivccl
packages of food and cloth-
ing packed by the Beta Y-
The Red Cross Committee
sent gift boxes filled with
essential items to needy pcr-
sons in Europe.
Quellc joiel A regular Christ-
mas party staged by the
French classes included all
the trimmings - entertain-
ment, refreshments, Santa,
and even guests from other
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Sports Honor Roll
These boys were voted most valuable by their teammates.
Tennis .,.. ,... B ob Christie Rifle .....,.. Bob Carpenter Football ..., Don Morian
Golf Larry Lund The Crowd Cheers Baseball .,...... Dave Lucas
I Track .... Jack Barry Cliieldl Cross Country. . .Bernie Luter-
Basketball ...... Howdie Cor. Ed Smith CTrackD ancik
FRONT: Hastings, Mahoney, Kiefer, Walker, Gilbert. SECOND: Garson, McKee, Williams, Massey,
Whelan, Luterancik, B. Smith. THIRD: Coach Mollenauer, Schroeder, Ellis, Gardner, Murphy, Hufnagel, Den-
WVhelan trots down "the last Bernie breaks another course Cindcrs fly as Shave streaks
inilef' record. for home.
Harriers Again Show Class and Speed
Once again, Mt. Leb0,s harriers, under the
successful tutoring of Coach Mollenauer, rac-
ed home with many outstanding honors. Pac-
ed by the Speedster, Bernie Luterancik, who
came in first consistently, the Blue and Gold
snatched another successful season. Although
championship material was more scant than
in previous years, the locals still stayed close
to the top of the heap. Perhaps the brightest
spot in the Whole campaign was the thrilling
run at the State Championship Meet, Where
the Mounties hurdled into second place, just
one point from the coveted title. This was
really an accomplishment since three other
meets had been lost. Skill, speed, and spirit
seem to go together when the boys team up
to run for Mt. Lebo.
Mi. L. 21 .... .,... C anonsbufg ......... 34 Championship Meets
Mt. L. 19 ..,. .,... N ew Kensington ...,.. 36 W-P.I.A.L' at Alcoma Country Club
Mt. L. 28 .,.,.,,....... Connellsville .,..,.... 27 Mt- L. 81 Second place
Mt. L. 30 ..........,... New Castle ........... 25
Mt. L. 35 Second place at Quadrangular Meet
Mt. L. 18 ...................... Wilkinshurg 37
State Championship Meet at State College
Mt. L. 76 Second place, New Castle 75 First Place
FRONT: Mervosh, Davis, Dee, Davidson, Hull, Cox, Mall, Moriun, Hahner, Austin, Metzger, I. Billingsley. ROW 2:
Millington, De Laval, Stroble, Groell, D. jones, Beasley, Pischke, Stimmel, Kreiger. ROVV 3: Kelley, Cusick, Haymond,
Rowswell, E. Beck, Swanson, Minihan, D. Beck, McSlcen, Simon, Erickson, Brown, W. Jones, Gorr. ROVV 4: Lichy,
Wissinger CMgr.J, Semmer, Dalton, Cosby, Sherrick, Cole, VVctzel, Bosser, Coltman, johnson, Draync, H. jones.
Umar GodlfMinded 949ers . . .
Doing a complete turn-about from last season,
our Blue and Cold gridders bowled over six of
eight formidable opponents. Displaying class
from the first whistle until the last gun, each
victory was a team victory. With the hard-charg-
ing line opening gaping holes for such speedy
backs as Cox, Dee, Metzger, Pischke, and Mori-
an, it is easily understood how the locals trounc--
ed weak Bethel, 38-13, in the night lid-lifter at
home. The next two weeks found city schools as
visitors, who were no match for our boys, as they
stopped both Carrick and South Hills.
Possibly the most pulse-pounding fracas of
the campaign was the Penn thriller, in which the
Leboites overcame a poor first half showing to
down the first "AA" rival. Bobby Dee ripped off
two long runs to set up both scores, which were
deciding factors. The Indians threatened in the
final minutes but the "Devils, held firm. The
winless wonders of Washington provided little
opposition the next week, and after scoring on
the opening play of the game, the Mountics
coasted to a 26-6 win.
Traveling abroad for the first time, the team
All eyes were- on our tcrrific inajorcttvs. The Nlookout towm-ru kept us "on time buH.U
'l'wm'ntv-two seniors wcro honored before thc Munhzill Gains.
It,s an anxious nionicnt for the 'KBig Fourfi Poor Dave, an injury sidelined ll promising end.
ws Paschke HFVIWIBR GROQH
FRONT: VVitt, Klaber, Braker, Hartman, Schramm, McConnell, Bradway. ROXV 2: Canaga, Keegan, Blatt, Mur-
phy, B. Billingsley, VV. Iones, Corbett, Zivic. ROVV 3: Smith, Hutchinson, Russo, Wfilliams, Kortner, Hamill,
Raffaele, Rooney. ROW 4, Thomas, Masearo, Liberto, XVaite, Cemmer, Kirk, Giordano.
Q. 4, 1, Blfaized UL Successful Season
lost many scoring opportunities and also the SCHEDULE
game to undefeated VVilkinsburg, 13-O. Arm- Mt, L. 38 4'4V Abhln B ethcl VUII 1,3
chair quarterbacks predicted bad things for che Mt. L. 214 H H H 4 A .South Hills V , 0
boys as they met undefeated, untied, and un- V
scored on New Castle. It was close all the way, Mt- L- 21 --4- ---' C ilmck - 4 A - - - '12
but the locals bowed 26-7, alarming the power- Mt. L. 13 ,... . ,. Penn ,... .. 7
house by scoring. The successful season faded Mt' L. 26 IIAV ...V X ,vushington , H 6
Wlth an easy 27-0 victory over Munhall. The .1 I
same night the fans wildly cheered twenty-five Mt' L' 0 "" ' " W1 klmburg '
seniors playing their last game under the Blue Mi- L- 7 ---' ---' N GW CLISUC H--26
and GOIC1- Mi. L. 27 .... .,.. iw nmimli .i .. 0
'cLots of pep, lots of steam . .. Cfrontj Allsop, ,
Nioriin shakes a Munhall tack- Hillman, Hennessy Longenecker, tbackj Dee seoots around right end in
ler then scores. Fulton, Huber, St. Clair, NVeigand, Swanson, the Wfilkingburg battle,
FRONT: Langhart, Klaber, Cunningham, Pentecost, Carpenter. BACK: XVhite, Snodgrass, Mr. Peters, Walker
nnners Ontshoozt Semen
Mr. Peters' sharpshooting gunners blasted out a record of
seven Wins in fourteen attempts to keep pace with the best
in W.P.I.A.L. rifle. Accurate Bob Carpenter and Bill Pen-
tecost, both juniors, consistently loaded the record books
with fine scores. Munhall proved to be the toughest oppo-
sition, since they shot a perfect 500 in both tilts against
the home boys. The most unusual battle of the year occur-
red in the Aspinwall match. Instead of the five top scores
being posted, because of a double tie, the seven top marks
, .Millvale . . , ,
. .Aspinwall . . .
. .Munhall , . . .
. .Oakmont , . . .
. Beaver Falls..
, .Etna ..... . .
. .Coraopolis . . .
12 - 9 hoopsters-
E i c h e l, Stroble,
Evans, llornell -
annexed the intra-
m u r a l basketball
vania chess champs
Brent, Plantz, Tay-
lor, fs t a n d ingl
Clemens, XV o r k-
xnaster, B l 0 e k,
Thrilling Season l-lzimls Local
The crowd holds its breath as Al McGhee tries for a
SCHEDULE SECTION V
Mt. L. - 31 - 37 Brentwood 50-36 Mt. L.
'ML L. - 35 - 40 Clark 27-28 Mt. L..
Mt. L. - 28 - 43
'ML L. - 37 - 44 Washington 44-34 Mt. L.
- Mt. L. - 29 - 25 Trinity 36-44 Mt. L."
"Mt, L. - 29 - 33 ,Dormont 32-34 Mt. L.
Don't be too surprised if basketball mentor,
'KSpeed" Clark, requests that VV.P.I.A.L. basketball
games be played three quarters instead of four. Thatis
no joke, son! In thc section five tilts practically every
contest was decided in the last few minutes when the
boys just seemed to lose their aim. These close games,
however, made it a very attractive season for thc
fans, who were on their feet more than in the stands,
but for the record book, the final result was generally
bad. Perhaps the best example of this ease of the
udropsyu was the first Dormont game on our home
floor. The local dribblers led the visitors by two
points and attempted to freeze the ball for the last
few minutes. The Bulldogs, however, got the ball,
tried one fantastic shot . . . and made it. After three
wild minutes of overtime, the Dormont boys came
out on top, 33-29. Fortunately history didn't repeat
itself, and the Lebo Lads snatched an equally thrill-
ing victory on the Dormont floor, 34-32.
After the lid-lifter with tournament-bound Charle-
A SQUAD '
FRONT: jewell, P a n
Cox, Hackett. ROVV 2
DeLaval, Bain. HOVV 3
Baldwin 150-41 Mt. L. "'
kopf, Sweeney, McGhee
Sood, Dee Millington
Coach Clark, Rungcr
Swanson, Buck, Moore
Hoopsters Netting Nine Deeiiszi ns
roi, where the Mounties toted off a -'IO-35 win, pros-
pects looked bright for a grand season, but intermit-
tent success in exhibition frays led up to the sad story
of the section chase, which Brentwood won. Trinity
was the only squad the Devils beat twice. The over-
all record of nine Wins in twenty-one outings was
aided very much along by the brilliant play of How-
die Cox, voted most valuable. Bob Buck, who was
high-scorer, Al McGhee, Bobby Dee, Pete Mervosh,
and John Billingsley also Were senior stand-outs.
Most fans considered the Bethel battle, which the
Blue and Gold Won 50--11, to be the best game of the
season and the overtime game lost to Dormont, the
The all sophomore "BU squad under the tutoring
of Mr. Tallman copped thirteen wins in twenty-one
starts. Bob Witt was almost consistently top point
makerg while Dick Bradway, Jack Smith, Bob Billing-
sley, and Jack Keegan also looked like varsity mate-
rial for the coming two years.
A tense moment in the Washington till as
Billingsley goes in for a shot.
FRONT: Cox, Smith,
Ilarvey, Bradvvay, Mur-
phy. BOVV 2: Keegan,
XVitt, Hutchins. ROXV 3:
Coach Tallinan, Liberto,
jones, VVilliams, Hamill,
Tmcltstevrs W zip All Bat One of Many
FRONT: Farquhar, Ott, Eby. ROVV 2: Halen, Smith, Corr, Haymond, Shave, McKee, Metzger, Luterancik,
Van Camp, R. Kelly, Luft. ROW 3: Coach Mollcnaucr, Davis, Minihan, Schuette, Billingsley, Rettberg, Craig,
Buck, Estep, DeLonga, Barry, Morian, Veazey, Coach Beckert. ROW 4: McQuillen, B. Kelley, McSteen, Den-
man, Blumfeldt, Humphreys, Millington, Doubleday, Barthelow.
Keeping pace with its past record, Mt. Lebanon
again had one of the most powerful track teams in
its history. Mr. Mollenauer's speedy proteges s1.atch-
ed four coveted district titles, the Indoor Chan plon-
ship at South Parkls Schoonmaker Hall, the Indepen-
dent Districts' Meet, the VVashington Invitational
Meet, and the VV.P.I.A.L Relays. With great things
expected of them, the local sprinters- breezed by all
dual and triangular foes in easy fashion, meeting
practically every formidable squad in Western Penn-
sylvania. However, the W.P.I.A.L. Championship
Meet was a different and sad story. Plagued with
unexpected injuries, the squad literally fell apart
and only managed to tie Clairton for second place.
Before the meet, Mt. Lebo was a heavy favorite to
win the crown, but the loss of valuable Barry and
F arquhar and the morale of some of the other boys
caused the team to bow in favor of Wilkinsburg.
The well-balanced squad were as classy as individ-
uals as they were a team, somewhat a rarity, in that
a big star usually outshines a constellation. Some of
the top boys were:
Ed Smith, a brilliant half-miler. In the State Cham-
pionship Meet Ed darted in first to give thc Blue
and Gold its fourth such honor.
Bob Eby, another half-mile wizard, who tied for
third place in the W.P.I.A,L. Championship.
Bernie Luterancik, always a top contender in the
mile, who stayed close to the top in every meet.
Jad Doubleday, who started out with a bang, bul
injuries kept him out of the limelight. His speci-
alty was the sprint.
Bob Farquhar and Jack Barry, who excelled in the
Bob Schuette, a "high jumping" pole vaulter, who
tied for fifth place in the State Championship pole
Two other boys, Don Morian and Don Minihan,
lifted the ban on records to add more laurels to the
trophy case. Two old school records were broken.
Morian heaved the shotput a terrific 48 feet, 5 inchesg
while Minihan leaped 5 feet, IOM inches in the high
jump. Ed Smith, Don Morian, and Bob Schuette
represented the Blue Devils at State, all placing.
Smith took first spot in the half-mile, Morian grabbed
fourth place in the shotput, and Schuette uvaultedn
into a tie for fifth place.
The 1948 squad certainly set a pace that will be
difficult to equalg indeed they have achieved a goal
which future teams may well strive to attain.
Dual and Triangular Meets
Mt. L. 92 Clairton ........, 44
Mr. L. 93 4115 New Castle ...... as iifis
Mt. L. 82. Penn ...,.,.,... 54
Mt. L. 852 McKeesport ...... 5015
Mt. L. 9592 Canonsburg 53g YVash. 2333
Mt. L. 99 Dormont 595 Coraopolis I3
Meet No. Schools Entered Won 2nd
Indoor Championships I7 Mt. L. 49 Wilkinsburg 24
W.P.I.A.L Relays 24 Mt. L. 34 Altoona 33
Wash. Invitational 12 Mt. L. 6334 Canonsbig 3132
Independent Districts I0 Mt. L. 69 'NIO Penn 435:
onship 30 Wilkinsburg 30 6fI3
Tie Mt. L. 2412!IS
Clairton 24 I2!I3
"Pierre'7 F arquhar leaps up and over in the hurdles
A new world record? Nope, but uvaultin, " Bob keeps
Dave McSteen heads opponent in the important low
Doubleday and another speed demon supply an ex-
citing photo finish.
Warm Weather Teams Display
FRONT: McCully, Hackett, Lurty, Miller, Leonard, Taylor. ROWV 2: Cox, Markson, Mall, McCune, Long,
Pischke. ROW 3: Coach Clark, Baer, Harmon, Lucas, Yauch, Mcrvosh, Kendall, Dee.
Behind the usually steady hurling of southpaw
Dave Lucas, the local Sluggers belted a .555 average,
winning five contests While dropping four. Rough
competition from each team in the section found the
Mounties' hurlers, Lucas, Baer, Markson, and Yauch,
yielding thirty-four runs in eight league frays.
The two wildest games of the season proved to be
the McKeesport tilt at home and the second Munhail
game. A parade of Blue and Gold pitchers faced the
McKeesport nine, and each was tagged freely for
base hits. It was strictly "no contest" and the visi-
tors pounded out a 13-3 Win. At Munhall Mt. Lebo
socked one scratch hit but scored five runs on fre-
quent walks by the opposing hurler,s poor control.
The home boys finally took a 9-5 decision.
l'Slugger of the Yearv honors canlt be heaped on
any particular player because time after time each oi
the local boys "came througlf' in the clinch. This
year the fielding was exceptionally good for a high
school squad. Errors wcren't so frequent as in previ-
ous seasons. Of the eighteen players on the roster,
eleven were underclassuicn, which gives the fans
hopes of future diamond success.
"ML L. S .....,,......., Wilkinsburg 2
Mt. L. O. . . . . . Duquesne 1
Mt. L. 3, . . . . . McKeesport 15
Mt. L. 4, . . . . , Homestead 2
Mt. L. 5, . . . . . Clairton 4
Mt. L. 5. . . . . . Munhall 9
Mt. L. i , . . . . . McKeesport 2
Mt. L. 11. . . . . , Clairton 1
Mt. L. 3, . . . . . Homestead 2
Class in Three Spring Sports
Mt. Lcbols 1948 golfsters managed to swing two
foes in five matches. Larry Lund, local king of the
greens, teed off consistently in fine form to pace the
Mounties' victories over highly-touted Snowden and
Munhall. Another country club standout was Frank
Kennedy, who also aided the Blue and Cold cause.
With Shadyside, Crafton, and Edgewood pro-
viding stiff competition, the Mountie netters, cap-
tained by Bob Christie, fell short of expectations and
dropped the Section Two crown to powerful Edge-
wood. Once again Mr. Doak piloted the courlinen,
but they failed to repeat as division champs because
of the loss of several key servers via graduation.
Mt. L. 3 1:2 Brentwood
Mt. L. 6 9 Baldwin
Mt. L. 8 7 Snowden
Mt. L. 9 G Munliali
Mt. L. 4M 1092 Brentwood
Iewcll, Wagner, Christie,
Howe, Bercsi, Coach ljoak.
Lofquist, D. jones, Kcnnc-
dy, Coach Burrows, H.
Walker, Lund, McKibl1in.
G AeA.. Coamezil Mapped Um on Seheelmle
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Who said the fellows have a monopoly on sports?
N0 G.A.A. member will agree to that, for this was a
year filled to the brim with fun, For a bit of relaxa-
tion after a hard day of classes there was nothing
better than a session at G.A.A.
The season began rolling with the tennis tourna-
ment. Tennis is the game where the player holds a
racquet in one hand, closes her eyes, and swings with
all her might. At least that's what some people think.
The juniors, Nancy Maloy and Martha Barron, who
defeated all contenders including the seniors Qimag-
inell, really had that fatal swing.
As the weather grew colder and classes got tougher,
tennis was replaced by deck tennis. Indeed, there
was many a furious battle before Barbara Church's
team came out on top.
The next major sport was that one and only bas-
ketball, best loved of them all. Almost every gin
signed up for this sport but only one team could win,
and that crown was taken over by joan Arentzen and
her fast-steppin' lassies. The best from each grade
formed three all-star teams, which put up a bitter
contest until victory was finally snagged by the sen-
While basketball was going full swing, bowling
had its share of attention, too. After many tries the
highest averages were held by Sue Maloney for the
seniors, Rosie Doyle for the juniors, and Ioan Fur-
man for the sophomores.
In March the council held its' annual C.A.A. Des-
sert. Remember? That was the night we laughed un-
til we hurt! After a delectable dessert we had some
hilarious entertainment by the council and others.
Although the Log photographer was rather embar-
rassed at our antics, we thought his red face very be-
Next on the agenda was volley ball, an all-tirne
favorite. This is the game that always causes those
red knuckles and dish pan hands. No, we assure our
friends we're no charwomen in a downtown office nor
do we wash dishes in a restaurant. YVe've just been
learning to serve.
Food and fun were featured at the annual G.A.A. Dessert.
Packed Full of Good Times for ll
In spring a young man's fancy turns to thoughts ci
love, but for C.A.A. members, it's different. They
turned to mushball and those gals could swing a
This brought a really swell year to a close. It
was a wonderful job done by Miss Descaunets, who
took over while Miss "BU was on a semesters leave
of absence. just getting to know four hundred girls
was no easy assignment, not to mention numerous
other duties. Our thanks to Miss "DD and the council
for a grand year.
G.A.A. Council: Cfrontj Divine, Kelly, Archboldg Qrow ZJ Albright, Maloy,
Woodgate, Crow SD Arentzcn, Church, Miss Billingsley, Swanson, McCune.
Tennis and bowling champs: Cfrontj Barron, Maloyg fbackj All Star Basketball Team: Cfrontj Fulton, Arentzen,
Maloney, Doyle, Furman.
Church, Russellg Cbuckj H. Linn, McCune, Code, Swanson,
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Joan and Art will hit the top,
They'll never be a social flop,
Help or aid they'll never need,
For they're mos, likely-ter-suk-seed.
Youid never know from this snapshot
What class our Don and Kathy's got.
They're really not so corn-pli-kated,
But just our mos' sofis-ter-kated.
Art Rosfeld, Ioan Thorsteinson
Kathy Means, Don Minihan
Claire and Don are rnos' quiet-like,
All they need is a great big mike,
They go 'round school without a
And n'er their theories loudly ex-
Tote that barge, lift that bale,
jack can really swing that pail,
Betsy wields a pin so supple,
They are our cutest durn cupie.
Claire MeGrael, Don Morian
Betsy Zelt, Jack Mooney
Iack and Sally top the list
For wearing duds the mos, shar-pest
To them a pair of whitish jeans
Is high class stuff, or so it seems.
Pretty Debbie's hard to find
Under her wavy window blind,
Handsome Ace is classy too,
In his jeans of washed-out blue.
Iack Squires, Sally Bingham
George Millington, Debbie Huber
Their Brightest Nuggets
Herb and Maggie's stack of books
Is not as heavy as it looksg
Their wisdonfs just spon-tan-e-ous
That's why they are our bray-nee-ust.
Swannie measures Howdieis frame
To see if he deserves his fame.
They will surely get our bids,
For they're our bes' all eroun, kids.
Mary Margt. Stewart, Herb Hickman
Howdie Cox, Shirley Swanson
This is how their time is spent,
These mighty two with mos' talentg
Art cuts a rugged paper doll,
But Nancy likes it after all.
Howdie calmly pushes his pawn,
VVhile Churchie is a looker-ong
Chess with tea is quite a game,
There lies their claim to atb-letiii
Art Rosfeld, Nancy Schreiner
Barbara Church, Howdie Cox
NVhitey is witty with a file,
But Claire will light his foot in style,
All jokes are their stock tools
For theyire our biggest durn fools.
Eddie holds Bette as she goes
On his dainty iron-clad toes.
They all know that we're just spoofin,
'Cause theylre known for their swell
VVhitey Pisehke, Claire Campbell
Bette Blaekmon, Eddie Slmepler
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Adams Almasy Atria Baer
Airhart Arentzcn August Bain
Albertson Armstrong Austin Bakken
Allen Aspell Bacon Baldizar
BEVERLY ADAMS HARRY O. ALMASY
Sweet and lovely . . . have you Card shark . . . one of our boys
seen her dimples? . . . particular in- from Shannon . . . participates in
terest in Spanish.
G.A,A., Y-Teen Bulletin Board Commit-
GEORGE P. AIRHART
Nickname's "Pat" . . . crazy about
basketball and baseball . . . has a
love for homemade ice cream.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Of-
ROBERT JOHN ALBERTSON
Known to all as "Judge Albyv, the
peoplels pal . . . black curly hair
and a flashing smile.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Of-
ficer, Student Court.
His auto without windows was a
novelty . . . lunch periods rated
tops with him . . . enjoys cat-naps
Cin class, that isl.
"hare-raisingv events . . . can often
be found bowling.
"Lots of pep, lots of steam" was
Ioan . . . a cheering figure in white
. . . a topnotcher of the first rank.
Cheerleader, Attendance Squad, G.A,A.
Council, Home Room Officer, Activi-
"DaveH is a friend to all with his
quiet and dependable ways . . .
hopes to become a- writer some day.
Home Room Officer, Traffic Squad.
MARY JOAN ASPELL
"Io" goes all out for dancing . . .
one of a few algebra fiends . . .
ambition is to become a kindergar-
Medical Squad, Attendance Squad,
Red Cross Council, G.A.A., Honor Roll,
Always friendly to every one . . .
works hard at everything she does
. . . has hopes of becoming a nurse.
Chorus, G,A.A. , Y-Teens, Medical
Squad, Home Nursing.
"leanie', really goes for algebra
fare you serious?D . . . headed for
business school . . . future secreta-
ry . . . partial to blue.
Home Room Program Committee, Libra-
ry Committee, Medical Squad Re-
serve, Home Room Bulletin Board.
JOHN H. AUSTIN
The strong, silent type . . . the
bass fourth of the Boys' Quartet . . .
beware of his many guns.
Football Letter, Rifle Letter, Boys' Quar-
tet, Traffic, Hi-Y.
Quite a hockey fan . . . scarcity of
silverware in the cafeteria irks him
. . . red raspberries and black cher-
ries rank high.
Cross Country Manager, Intramural
Hockey and Basketball, Score-Board
Squad, Home Room Officer.
DONALD MILLER BAER
Known as "Baz,' by his friends . . .
lives up to it on the hockey rink
. . . popular, though a man of few
words . . . has been called a
Baseball, Intramural Basketball and
Hockey, Honor Roll, Home Room Offi-
cer, Student Court.
BENJAMIN F. BAIN
"Big Benn . . . a "bain" to study
hall teachers . . . frequently seen
around Mt. Lebo in his new Cros-
Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Intra-
mural Basketball, Hi-Y.
Lebo's '48 gain from New York , . .
Chris practices motion picture pho-
tography in his spare time . . .
hopes to become a corporation ex-
Home Room Program Committee.
To be a hair-dresser is her aim . .
"Don,t read over my shoulder"
English was her love.
G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Traffic Squad.
IANE BALDUS MARJORIE BEARD
This jane is anything but plain . . .
likes especially to ice skate . . .
cast your eyes on a very capable
Ways and Means Committee, G.A.A.
Major Sports Letters, Hiqh Honor Roll,
Y-Teens, Activities Key, Medical
KENNETH E. BALL
Small in stature, big in heart is
"KennyD . . . wherever there were
girls, he wasnlt hard to find.
JUDY B. BARNES
"Teri, entrances us with her wes-
tern accent and her pretty blue
eyes . . . this gal from the lone star
state really rates.
YATeens, Home Room Officer.
MARY G. BASIL
Straight from Greece in her sopho-
more year . . . pretty "dark eyesv
. . . really got around and made a
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Home Nursing,
BETTY IEAN BASSETT
Can cut a pretty cart-wheel . . . a
trim, high-stepping, white figure
during half-time . . . talent in every
THOMAS J. BEAGAN
"Tomv with his accelerating per-
sonality . . . active in music as well
as athletics . . . a champion baseball
Intramural Sports, Band, Home Room
Basketball was her sport . . , a
brunette charmer who had us all
admiring . . . sparkled when she
Vxfays and Means squad, Lost and Found
Squad, Attendance Squad, G.A.A.,
Home Room Officer, Y-Teen Officer.
Sharp on science-especially astron-
omy . . . making a telescope for the
school . . . likes football and co!-
lects jazz records.
Football, Honor Roll.
A tried and true shuffle-board
champion . . . "Got a stick of
gum?" . . . helped make the ,49
class a really fine one.
Football, Intramural Basketball, Deco-
rating Squad, Traffic Squad, Hi-Y.
Dancing is this cute blonde's spe-
cialty , . . speed is her motto, so
shorthand suits her fine.
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VVILLIAM H. BELL
Like all bells, Bill's name had a
familiar ring . . . well known a-
mong Sunset Hills girls . . . likes
Intramural and Varsity Hockey.
This natural, lovely blonde has a
possible future in music . . . "Lo"
plays the piano . . . minor passion
for chop suey,
Chorus, Triple Trio.
WILLIAM C. BERLIN
A real blond with lots of wit . . .
pet peeve is homework . . . life am-
bition-to be a man of distinction.
Intramural Hockey and Basketball, LAC-
tivities Play, Traffic Squad, Home
Room Officer, Home Room Program
"lf all classes could be like gymf'
. . . always broke, but ever happy
. . . record fan.
Cafeteria Squad, Intramural Basketball.
JAMES P. BIGHAM
Friendly Jim with the constant
smile . . . wields a mean hockey
stick . . . he,s differentg he likes
Intramural Basketball and Hockey, Co-
Chairman Scoreboard Squad.
JOHN S. BILLINGSLEY
One of our famous eleven . . . if
you have a toothache about ten
years from now, see John . . . likes
Football, Basketball, Track, Traffic
Billingsley J. A. Blair
SARA JANE BINGHAM
Brains and personality in just the
right amount . . . a professional at
the piano . . . a laugh that spreads
Scholastic C o m m i t t e e, Attendance
Squad, Highest Honor Roll, Home
Room Officer, Y-Teen Officer, Activi-
PAUL T. BIRRIS
Comes to the call of "Greek', or
"Turk" . . . loves to play the drums
-hefs good, too!
BETTIE JEAN BLACKMON
A peppy kid with lots of attraction
. . . her happy-go-lucky personality
reels folks in.
Majorette, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens,
Scenery Squad, Medical Squad.
JAMES ALDEN BLAIR
Designing airplanes keeps him
busy . . . collects stamps . . . hock-
ey fan . . . thinks red raspberries
J. P. Blair Boyer
R. P. Blair Brandt
JAMES P. BLAIR '
Plans to attend the Naval Acade-
my . . . a founder of our Ski Club
. . . seldom seen alone.
Cross Country, Color Guard, Home
Room Officer, Honor Roll, Staqe Man-
ROBERT PAUL BLAIR
His motorcycle keeps him on the
go . . . ski enthusiast . . . painting
houses occupies his leisure time.
As a lawyer she'll be another Por-
tia . . . could swing a terrific golf
club . . . Spanish was a snap.
G.A.A., Lantern, Mounty.
W. GERARD BLUMFELDT
This speed demon likes to buzz
about on his motorcycle . . . y0u'll
also find him galloping on the
Track, Intramural Basketball and Hock-
NANCY LOUISE BOYER
We,ve heard of "Buckets" . . .
shining light at Young Peopleis . . .
left her mark keeping attendance.
Chorus, Attendance Squad, Honor Roll,
Activities Key, Mounty, Y-Teen Pro-
gram Committee Chairman.
MARY VIRGINIA BRANDT
"Ginger" is a proper nickname . . .
a career on the stage awaits her . . .
a go-getter from way back.
Activities Play, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Ac-
tivities Key, Publicity Committee,
RICHARD W. BRENT
Looking for a chess partner?-that's
Dick . . . he'd like to be an ac-
countant . . . plays a mean game of
Chess, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
HARRY PAUL BROOKS
"Sonny" helped to keep the "L0g,'
rolling . . . has plans for a newspa-
per career . . . cz flair for writing.
Intramural Basketball, Loq Sports Edi-
Our small wonder at the piano . . .
a nice combination of beauty and
brains . . . excels in home ec.
Chorus, Class Rank Committee, GJLA.,
Home Room Officer, Home Room Pro-
WILLIAM R. BROWN
Known only by the name of "Bee-
zyv . . . the Fritzi Zivic of the se-
nior class . . . lucky with the ladies.
ROBERT T. BUCK
"Above allf' a basketball lover . . .
tall and friendly . . . studies his
math with much diligence.
Basketball, Track, Football.
"Good things come in small pack-
agesv . . . this cute little blonde
really proves that well known pro-
Chorus, G.A.A., Highest Honor Roll, Ac-
tivities Key, Devotional Squad, Class
JEAN A. BUMER
Sweet and sunny . . . her naturally
curly hair was the envy of all . . .
a master's touch at the keyboard.
Y-Teens, Medical Squad, Traffic Squad,
Devotional Squad Home Room Pro-
T. Brown Budden
W. Brown Bumer
SALLY JOYCE BYERS
"Doss" is our beautiful head drum
maiorette . . . she'd like to be an
air hostess and what a nice one
Head Drum Ivlajorette, Chorus, G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Milk Squad, Home Room Of-
CATHERINE C. CAMERON
"Petie" to most of us . . . "Ah,
garshlv was often heard . . . a pint
sized package of dynamite.
Chorus, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Ways
and Means Squad, Picture Squad.
CLARE ELIZEBETH CAMPBELL
Oh, for a home overlooking Kiski
. . , ambitious Clare hopes to be a
doctorls wife our strawberry
Easy-going "Kay,' . . . enthusiastic
sports fan . . . a good book will
keep her busy.
Milk Squad, Chorus
JOHN W. CARNEY, JR.
A Sportsman . . . quick with a
hockey stick . . . plays for the
'KWildcats', , . . known as one of
Miss Moore's pet peeves.
In'ramural Basketball 6 Hockey, Home
gram Chairman, CJLA. blonde. ' l l
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Part of Mt. Lebols celebrated Bar- J
bershop Quartet . . . school inter- MARIE CAREY Q, e
ests lie along the scientific line . . . Tall, afmldlve bfuneffe - - - kept I K Qs
pleasant Sense of humor. classes roaring through the years ' yd
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JAMES HOVVE CHALLENER
Collects coins in his spare time . . .
usually heard mumbling German,
his faoorite subject . . . bees are
Cross Country, Usher Squad, Tratiic
Squad, Honor Roll, Orchestra, Stage
"ChurchieD with the bright red
hair . . . our star on the basketball
floor . . . week ends at Lehigh.
Co-Chairman Attendance Squad, G.A.A.
Council, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Nat-
ional Honor Society, G.A.A. Emblem.
CENEVIEVE H. CLARK
Better known as "Dedev . . . this
gal has lots of vim and cigar . . .
wonder why her favorite song is
PAUL V. CLARKE
Likes square dancing . . . a fine
arts fiend . . . most girls clidn't in-
terest, him only a special few.
MARY C. CODE
Athletics is her first looe . . . top
honors in swimming . . . to her
close friends she is known as 'Til-
Gym Squad, Y-Teen Bulletin Board Com-
mittee, Lantern, G.A.A, Major Sports
Letters, G.A.A. Emblem.
IAMES F. COLEMAN
Curly blond hair waning in the
wind . . . jim really wowed us . . .
a newcomer in our midst.
Physics Squad, Hi-Y.
Runner-up for f'The Qutetest, . .
usually seen with P.V. or Bill . . .
Al liked school and made a suc-
cess of it.
Traffic Committee, Projection Squad,
Usher Squad, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Home
"Def, counts public speaking as a
favorite subject . . . has her eye on
a nursing career . . . often found
Chorus, Debate Club, Activities Key,
Library Squad Chairman, Medical
Squad Reserve, Home Room Bulletin
ROSEMARY JEAN CONLEY
Irish lass with laughing eyes and
gay chatter . . . nurses, training at
Allegheny General . . . wonder why
Sheboygan rates so highly?
Medical Squad, G.A.A., Honor Roll,
Home Room Officer, Log, Y-Teens.
LOIS ELINOR CONRAD
This petite five-foot, three-inch,
blue-eyed girl aspires to be a mod-
el-if personality helps, she should
Majorette, Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, At-
VIRGINIA ANN CORBETT
"Corby', had a Pepsodent smile . . .
who can tell she likes to eat? . .
"What a farceli'
Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teen Mu-
sic Committee, Activities Key, Lantern
JEANNE F. CORCORAN
"Corkyv . . . getting to class on
time was her aim . . . jazz gave
her a charge.
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Activities
Key, Quill and Scroll, Lantern Pea-
DORIS MAY COUCH
Shorthand was a continuous worry
. . . one of our many Shannonites
. . . she and Rose were a steady
M. MARILYN COVENEY
Marilyn skims the ski trails on her
beautiful hickory slats . . . her
friendly way made her well known.
G.A.l-X., Y-Teens, Art Squad, Decorating
This boy was always on the ball, in
football, baseball, and basketball
. . . what a diplomat!-thafs "How-
Football and Basketball Letters, Execu-
tive Board President, Honor Roll,
Home Room Officer, Activities Key,
JOHN BRADFORD CRAIG, IR.
Coach Mollenauer kept Brad "on
the runi' . . . hopes to become an
amateur tennis champ . . . eouldnit
be missed in the halls.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Hock-
ey, Honor Roll, Executive Board Vice
A six-footer whose hobby is motors
. . . known to be an ardent fan of
sixth period economics class.
Intramural Basketball, Chorus, Milk
WILLIAM T. CROPLEY
Forty-niners' 'Ttomping Blue Dev-
il" . . . has future medical interests
. . . a small edition of "vim, vigor,
Intramural Wrestling, Blue Devil, Cafe-
Nice and friendly . . . look out,
gals! . . . likes to dance . . . "They
call me 'Speed' because Fm slowf,
f'Kathy's,' particular interest is
chemistry . . . is going to be a phys.
ed. teacher . . . a rough fob.
Attendance Squad, G.A.A. Major Sports
ROY T. CUNNINGHAM
Plans to be a biologist . . . a real-
ly straight shooter . . . slight and
Captain Rifle Team, Intramural Wrest-
ling, Usher Squad, Traffic Squad,
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
Answers to the name of "Budv . . .
likes to build model railroads . . .
his good looks were really quite an
OWEN HARRY DALEY
'The golden voice of radiov . . . a
pro at writing . . . golly, talented
kid, isn't he?
Chorus Letter, Co-Editor Mounty, P.A.
LEDA MARY DALLAS
Another "Av in something . . .
Leda really worked hard and her
efforts brought great reward.
Medical Squad, Honor Roll, Y-Teens.
Put a tremenduous punch in every-
thing he did . . . 'Kfor hels a jolly
good fellow" . . . a quality product,
he wore well.
Football, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
RUTH ANN DAVIES
Her contagious laugh kept us all
chuckling . . . an abundant supply
of energy . . . enjoys music.
Chorus, Devotional Squad, G.A.A., Hon-
or Roll, Y-Teen Bulletin Board Commit-
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M. BLAIR DAVIS
"FutchieD . . . owner of "The
Heapv . . . poet laureate of Mt.
Lebo . . . give us a gem, Blair.
Track, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
VVILLIAM FREMONT DAVIS
So round, so firm, so full of fun
. . . his friendly manner made him
popular . . . a football rock of
tee Chairman, Activities Key. Football.
Creps K. Cunningham Daley Davies
Cropley R. Cunningham Dallas B. Davis
Crytzer Dabolish Davidson W. Davis
"Bobby,' went a long way on the
gridiron . . . zip here, zip gone,
wasn,t in one place long . . . hand-
some and tall.
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hospital-
ity Squad, Home Room Officer.
DAVID CRAIG DeLAVAL
For fun, hels the one with his witty
remarks! . . . Dave chalked up
points both in athletics and in our
Basketball, Football, Home Room Offi-
RENO DEL GRANDE
Spends most of his leisure hours
making up detention for tardiness
. . . can be found in the library
nearly every period.
Football, Intramural Basketball.
EDVVARD P. DENIGAN
l'Tod" . . . whiz with a Bunsen bur-
ner . . . looks forward to snow and
skiing . . . most quoted phrase-
Uleeze, oh man."
Activities Play, Co-Chairman Chemistry
Sauad, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer.
de Laval Do Stein
Del Grande Dole
DAVID N. DENMAN
"Foot loose and fancy freev . . .
a finger in every pie . . . a story
for every occasion . . . characteris-
tics?-dry wit and an eye for girls.
Track, Cross Country, Activities Play,
Home Room Officer, Log, Activities
MARILYN RUTH DeSTEIN
Physics-with a grain of salt . . .
"Den . . . perfection?-convertible
and gobs of ice cream . . . eoery-
onels "George, to her.
Ways and Means Squad, G.A.A., Y-
JOHN DOUGLASS DOLE, IR.
'cGoalie Dolien is a hockey fiend,
first, last, and always . . . no grass
under his feet . . . liked by every-
Varsity arid Intramural Hockey, Cafete-
RAYMOND W. DONLEY
"The Confetti Kidv at football
games . . . a car, a car, his school
books for a car.
JAMES H. DOWLING
This senior hails direct from Long
Island . . . calls gym his favorite
class . . . dreams of that green stuff
Cmoney to you.D
May be heard playing the piano
any time . . . desires to cement in-
ternational relations by being a
linguist . . . favorite subject, Spun-
WCIYS and Means Squad, G.A.A. Major
Sports Letter, Honor Roll, Home Room
AUDREY GAY DUNBAR
Spare time calls for the knitting
needles . . . enjoys horseback riding
Cachin' back and allll . . . ambi-
tion?-yes, sir--in all directions.
Ways and Means Committee, Co-Chain
man Attendance Squad, G.A.A., Hon-
or Roll, Mounty, Activities Key and
NANCY ANN DUNCAN
W'ants to be a lap-sitter, Csecretary
to youl . . . typing and shorthand
are specialties with her.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Publicity Squad, Med-
BETTY L. EDMUNDSON
Striking person who will be a
charming nurse in later years . . .
at school she has chorus as her spe-
Chorus, GA A., Y-Teens, Medical Squad,
Home Room Bulletin Board.
FRED P. EICHEL
"Fritzv has had many tough times
with his car . . . a haircut supreme
. . . to be or not to be a doctor.
Intramural Basketball, Honor Roll,
Home Room Officer, Hi-Y.
Aspires to be a nurse . . . always
kindly, her favorite .saying is
"Don,t be bitter" . . . her choice
Y-Teens, G.A.A. Major Sports Letter,
Home Room Officer, Chairman Y-Teen
Social Committee, Y-Teen Devotional
Looks forward to his future trailer
truck business . . . favorite leisure
time occupation-sleeping and eat-
ing . . . likes skiing with one ski.
DONNA-RAE A. ESTABROOK
Everyone is "Hon', to her. . .
dancing will make her happy . . .
one of the best of Young Peoples.
Chairman Medical Squad, G.A.A., Hon-
or Roll, Home Room Officer, Y-Teen
Officer, Activities Key.
CLIFFORD FUGH EVANS
"Ole Nick" had quite a folly laugh
. . . a graduate of "that" Sunset
Drugstore . . . "Far Above Cuyu-
Football, Cafeteria Squad Chairman,
Usher Squad, Honor Roll, Home Room
JOHN GEORGE FAHRNY, IR.
One of our energetic seniors . . .
'famous for his wonderful sense of
humor . . . ambition?-to graduate.
ROBERT N. FARQUHAR
Blew in for his junior year to make
quite a hit with everyone . . . nuts
I about motorcycles . . . "Pierre.,'
A Track, Cross Country, Intramural Bas-
' ketball and Hockey, Hi-Y Officer.
GEORGE T. FARRELL
A man of few words, but well
worth knowing . . . basketball-hap-
py . . . as for feminine interests,
MARGARET L. FEE
Constantly chattering . . . "Molly,'
. . . dreams of?-far-away Universi-
ty of Mass .... shorthand and
basketball have her ready approval.
Chorus, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
Ways and Means Squad,- Medical
Squad, Lost and Found Squad.
F ahrny Fee
WILLIAM P. FINDLAY
A good defense man on ice . . .
his fast talking won him many an
argument . . . looks forward to
Intramural Hockey and Wrestling.
Better known as "Foxie', . , . small
bundle of dynamite . . . sketches
unsuspecting friends . . . ski-crazy.
Honor Roll, Log Art Editor, Lantern, Ac-
tivities Key, Scenery Squad Chairman,
MARGARET R. FRIDAY
"Peg", strictly a party girl . . .
lose anything?-her snoopers prob-
ably found it . . . camera conscious.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Lost and Found Chair-
man, Medical Squad, Decorating
Squad, Bulletin Board Squad.
NANCY CLAIRE FRITSCHI
"Animated', is her adjective . . .
where therefs talking, therefs Nan-
cy . . . secretarial work is her line
. . . dancing, her hobby.
Co-Chairman Ways and Means, Informa-
tion Squad, Y-Teen Officer, G.A.A.,
Chorus, Activities Key.
Findlay F ritschi
BERNADINE FULTON gi
"Bernie" . . . hangout?-why thc
physics room . . . an A plus combi--
nation of Scotch and Irish . . .
dreams about lots of clothes.
Cheerleader, Medical Squad, G.A.A.
Major Sports Letter, Honor Roll, Home
Room Officer, Activities Key.
ARDEN NORMAN FURLONG
Can sew a pretty seam . . . a regu-
lar little mermaid transplanted . . .
"Thats just neatylv
Ways and Means Squad, Medical
Devotional Committee, Log Business
Manager, Y-Teen Officer, Activities
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Hopes to he a navy nurse . . . loves'
public speaking land Mr. Millsfi
. . . alway.s a smile for everyone.
Activities Play, Make-Up Committee,
Ways and Means Squrrdu Traffic
Squad, Lantern Advisory Council, Ac-
"Make mine music" was her motto
. . . over the jumps with her lioiscs
. . . 'worked hard for that driver's
Chorus, Triple Trio, Honor Roll, Home
Room Officer, Y-Teen Music Commit-
S. THOMAS GARDNER
A one man debating team is K'Polit-
ical Tom-D . . . additional sidelines
include instructor of "skeet shoot-
ingv and the ways of printing.
Home Room Officer, Lantern, Social
Here we have a mixture of beauty
and brains . . . her pet peeve is
homework' . . .favorite hobby is art.
G.A.A., Highest Honor Roll, Home Room
Officer, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Devo-
DON GORDON GARVER
He spends his leisure hours playing:
nine holes . . . need a tooth pulled?
-Don's your man.
Golf, Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria
Squad, Hi-Y Officer, Home Room Of-
Tall red-headed Romeo . . . never
a dull moment . . . lfked by all,
hut likes his math.
Cross Country Manajer, Intramural
Basketball, Ways and Means Squad,
THOMAS A. GEISLER
Snappy with sodas and sundaes . . .
Mandel's couldnlt live without him
. . . kid.s around a lot . . . donat
take him. too seriously.
Home Room Officer.
EDGAR I. GILBERT
Wants to become a big wheel in
the race track business . . . a whiz
at the typewriter.
Rifle, Intramural Basketball.
AUDREY LORETTA GRANT
Did I hear wedding bells in the
distance? . . . "Penny,' just wants
to be a California housewife . . .
Home Room Officer, Log, Mounty, Lan-
tern, Medical Squad, Usher Squad.
DONNA LEE GRAY
Her favorite pastime is knowing
people . . . has her eye on a teach-
ing career . . . a regular name on
the honor roll.
Activities Key and Guard, National Hon-
or Society, Y-Teen Devotional Com-
mittee Chairman, Log Literary Editor,
G.A.A. Major Sports Letter, Class
Science was his line . . . sorry to
leave Mt. Lebanon High . . . his
future plans lead to engineering . . .
enioys watching all sports.
Football, Intramural Hockey and Bas-
ketball, Honor Roll, Home Room Of-
THEOPHIL A. GROELL
Tedls interests lie in the artistic
field . . . his humor is 'cstrictly on
the corny sidef'
Football, Intramural Basketball, Traffic
Riding a bus was her ioy . . . a
fine form with a tennis racquet , . .
salads were her main dish.
Chairman Honor Award Committee,
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Home Room Offi-
cer, Y-Teens, Activities Key.
CAROL ISABEL GUYATT
One of our "new lookv advocates
. . . known for her particularly quiet
and friendly ways . . . specific in-
terest?-playing the piano.
Lantern, Y-Teens, Ways and Means
Squad, Activities Play Business Com-
EDYVARD IAMES HAGKETT
Mention the word baseball and
Ed's the hoy yould naturally think
of . . . no grass grew under Edls
Basketball, Baseball, Advisory Council.
R. GRETCHEN HAHN
HCretch" with the amiable dispo-
sition . . . swings a powerful club
on the golf course . . . iust loves
children, so shejll teach kindergar-
G,A.A., Lantern, Y-Teen Officer, Activi-
ties Play Business Committee, Stu-
dent Court, Medical Squad.
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RICHARD ANTHONY HAHNER
Easy going, worries not, liked a lot
. . . fired up the boys' spirits on the
gridiron . . . stirred many a femi-
ELAINE MARIE HAINES
Lunch and Spanish interest her the
most Coutside of other thingsj
the boss's favorite secretary in a
Y-Teen Program Committee.
RALPH E. HALL
Ambition is to run the 100 yard
dash in 9 seconds .... 9 ometimes
called "Speed', . . . pet peeveP--
seeing girls smoke,
Football, Basketball, Home Room Offi-
cer, Traffic Squad.
GLORIA MARIAN HALOWELL
Tall "Glory" with the sunny dispo-
sition . . . thermometers and taking
pulses fascinate her . . . yearns to
be a nurse.
Chorus, Medical Squad.
Plans to attend P.C .W .... usually
heard 'mumbling French .... s wims
all year round . . . greatest ambi-
tion is to go to France.
Publicity Committee, Honor Roll, Y-
Teens, Activities Play Publicity Com-
mittee, Medical Squad Reserve.
MIRIAM HUGHES HARDIE
This senorita enjoys her Spanish
. . . her lovely skin and dark hair
go well together . . . loves io dance.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance Squad.
One of the best by every test . . .
looks sharp, feels sharp, is sharp
. . . 'cEd,sU one of 'KSpeed,s', base-
ANNE ELIZABETH HARPSTER
Gets the scoop on everybody . . .
favorite football team Cget this-ll,
Carnegie Tech . . . versatility was
her chief trademark.
Honor Roll, Mounty, Devotional Commit-
tee, Usher Squad, Log, Newscaster.
BERNICE SALLY HARRIS
"Bee", a new addition to Mt. Lebo
and a welcome one . . . we gained
an efficient worker.
Lantern, Mounty, Y-Teens, Devotional
Committee, Publicity Committee, Class
BILL BOYD HARRIS
Loves tying trout flies . . . that
sweet playing was just his trumpet
. . . any cavities?-go to Dr. Bill in
Intramural Basketball, Band Letter, Hi-
Y, Home Room Officer, Orchestra.
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Hard-working gal . . . shows inter-
est in Scotch plaids-and Carnegie
Tech . . . would enjoy being a upri-
Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Honor A-
ward Committee, Medical Squad, At-
tendance Squad, Mounty.
ELIZABETH ANNE HARVEY
Dreams of steak and French fries
. . . Latin rates tops with her . . .
bound for junior college . . . hob-
Harmon B. B. Harris
B. S. Harris E. Harvey
just came here for her senior year
from Indianapolis and soon became
well known . . . dark and oioacious.
Plans to lunch on favorite food,
tuna fish sandwiches . . . can often
be found at Forbes Field watching
her beloved Pirates.
JAMES P. HASTINGS, JR.
An important man in our literary
publications . . . a whiz at the type-
writer . . . see him in the profes-
sional library cutting stencils.
Cross Country, Band, Traffic Squad,
Publicity Squad, Lantern, Mounty.
ELISE KATHLEEN HATHAVVAY
Kay always "hath-a-wayu . . . the
crowd around a locker mirror . . .
she'll make a great secretary.
Chorus, Medical Squad, Ways and
Means Committee, Lost and Found
Squad, Home Room Officer, Lantern.
SCOTT D. HAYES
A friendly guy with a cheerful
smile . . . life ambition is to be an
artist . . . pet peeoe is bores.
Poster Squad, Mounty, Home Room Bul-
JOHN F. HAZEL
What would we do without him to
close a homeroom meeting? . . .
never a dull moment. -
PATRICIA A. HECKEL
The "Kiner" baseball fan the Pi-
rates like to see . . . hopes to be
able to do something in that "field:'
in a few years.
JOYCE E. HELMER
Pass the pink pills, nurse "Hn . . ,
wonlt it be pleasant in a hospital
when Joyce dons the "physical
whitesf' . . ..,., ..., , , . . . .
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical Squad, Ways
and Means Squad.
J. Harvey Hayes
A tall, striking blonde . reserved,
but a pal to all those who know
ELAINE M. HERBERCER
Owner of that much sought after
combination of blue eyes and
blonde hair . . . a friendly gal
who,s a treat to know.
Chorus, G.A.A,, Mounty, Y-Teens, Traf-
fic Squad, Medical Squad.
HELEN MARIE HERREID
A love for cats and cucumbers . . .
"Slinks" to one and all . . . social
work is her goal.
G.A.A, Y-Teens, Decorating Squad,
Ways and Means Squad.
VIRGINIA F. HERRMANN
"GinnyM wielded a talented paint-
brush . . . gave Mounty posters a
distinctive touch . . . a shining light
for National Honor.
Home Room Officer, Mounty Art Editor,
Y-Teen Publicity Committee, Quill and
Scroll, National Honor Society, Post-
A tiny package with plenty of good
things . . . Hunexplainedl' fondness
for California fyou should listenj
. . . donlt take "Buggy,, literally!
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Squad.
JACK G. HEVVITT
"Jock" . . . Carnegie Tech's gain
will be our loss . . . music-minded
. . . is there anything he doesn't
know about radio?
Band, Honor Roll, Orchestra, National
To Herb "life is real, life is ear-
nestn . . . dreams of chess trophies
and faultless circulation files . . .
top performance in eoery fob.
Chess, Class Rank Committee Chairman,
High Honor Roll, Log Circulation Man-
ager, Activities Key and Guard, Na-
tional Honor Society.
BETTY ANN HIKES
A true Mt. Lebo history fan . . .
we always wondered if she was
from the South , . . proved that
activities and grades go together.
Honor Award Committee, Library
Squad, G.A.A. Major Sports Letter,
High Honor Roll, Mounty, Activities
Key and Guard,
MARY LOUISE HILL
"Hilly', could cut a flashy rug . . .
that "one and only" look . . . her
nursing will be a medical miracle.
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teen Of-
ficer, Medical Squad, Ways and
Means Squad, Attendance Squad.
NANCY K. HOFSOOS
That light brown, curly hair . . .
tickles the ivories in her spare time
. . . basketball was her game.
Honor Award Committee, Attendance
Squad, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Lantern,
NANCY LEE HOLLAND
Teachers were her favorites . . .
the "dream weaver" spun many a
story . . . a permanent seat in Isa-
Library Squad, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
ROGER T. HOLLOWAY
He helped make the "Lantern"
shine . . , one of the "barbers', in
the Quartet . . . his wit is some-
thing to behold.
Boys' Quartet, Chorus, Honor Roll, Lan-
tern, Activities Play Properties Com-
mittee, Co-Chairman Publicity Com-
CHARLES A. HORNELL
Bud and his powerful "6" . . . one
of Miss Moore's little friends . . .
a Scotchman of Carnegie l'6Cl'1,
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria Squad,
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Log,
WILLIAM A. HOWE.
Tall, interesting-looking red-head
. . . goes in for mechanics . . . re-
served manner . . . tennis is tops
for his money.
Tennis Letter, Intramural Basketball,
Home Room Officer, Devotional
DEBORAH R. HUBER
"Rah, rah, sis, boom, bahv . . .
Debbie leads us at the games . . .
modeling is another thing she'd
like to lead in.
Cheerleader, 'Hospitality Squad, Honor
Roll, Home Room Officer, Y-Teen Of-
ficer, Activities Key.
"Skip,' rates with radios . . . plans
for electrical engineering . . . fast
on a cinder path . . . dandy in the
Track, Cross Country.
Tall and easy-going . . . will keep
the world moving mechanically . . .
welll all remember his "Sonny',
smile used so frequently.
MARY JANE HUGHES
Painting, sketching-her favorite
pastimes . . . donlt ride Dormoni
for her approval-that was hcr
home town . . . decisive and poised.
Band, Orchestra, Activities Play, Honor
Huber M. I. Hughes
C. Hughes Jenkins
WILLIAM N. IEFFERS
One of Mr. Prutzman's favorites
. . . a champion grunt and groan
boy . . . his talk will linger on,
Band Letter, Orchestra, Hi-Y, Traffic
Squad, Intramural Basketball and
MARJORIE GAY JENKINS
Pretty as a picture-nice frame, too
. . . those songs she loved to sing
kept us rolling in the aisles.
Chorus, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Med-
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G. R. Jones Kayser L. Kern Knox
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Joseph Kennedy Kirk Kohlmeyor
ROBERT CHARLES JOHNSTON CARL KALBERKAMP
Some day a lucky company will be
graced with Bobfs engineering ge-
nius . . . no speeka da' English?-
then speak Spanish with Bob.
'Ways and Means Squad, Honor Roll,
I-li-Y Officer, Home Room Officer.
G. RICHARD JONES
Keen as a razor's edge . . . Dickls
rugged form really flashed on the
hockey rink . . . a light-hearted live
Golf, Hockey, Fcothall,
Nicknameis "Flashv . . . ask him
how he got it . . . his wavy blond
hair was not a dream, but a rcality.
Football Manager, Traffic Squad, Stage
Crew, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
MARJORIE ANN JOSEPH
Red hair-minus the temper that
goes with it . . . downing Chinese
food-a great pastime . . . happiest
when swimming or dancing.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical Squad, Milk
This 6' plus tow headed lad was
seen everywhere . . . a g0od-look-
ing guy with a quick-flashing smile.
Football, Intramural Basketball, Traffic
Squad, Home Room Officer.
NORMA EVELYN KAYSER
"Sure had me fooledv is most often
heard from this blue-eyed lass . . .
an artist, tool . . . likes non-fatten-
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical Squad, Activ-
ities Play Make-Up Committee.
THOMAS L. KELLY
One-fourth of our harmonious
quartet . . . likes to tinker with his
trains . . . secret ambition?-to play
Intramural Hockey, Chorus, Home Room
Officer, Boys' Quartet,
FRANK ROBERT KENNEDY
"Best Sellerv Kennedy can really
write . . . tennis and golf are his
sports . . . he paints in oil and
plays the piano.
Golf Team, Honor Roll, Mounty, P.A.
JAMES M. KERN
Harry James has a rival . . . always
on that motorcycle . . . where did
he get that nickname "Muse,'P . . ,
Band, Intramural Hockey and Basket-
LOIS ELEANOR KERN
'Twinv . . . impromptu singing is
one of her hobbies . . . soon she'll
be found face-lifting food as a di-
Chorus, G.A.A. Major Sports Letter, Or'
chestra Letter, Y-Teen Devotional
Committee Chairman, Library Squad,
SUZANNA L. KINSEY
A new arrival in Mt. Lebanon . .
tinkering around a keyboard . .
"Suzi,' may be a social worker.
CAROL KATHRYN KIRK
"Binky,' became a famous nick-
name . . . a super-duper hot-dog
salesman . . . a smile to fit her per-
Ways and Means Committee, Medical
Squad, Honor Roll, Home Room Offi-
cer, Y-Teen Officer, Activities Key.
PATRICIA ANN KLEPFER
A Scotch lass with gray-green eyes
. . . often heard saying, "Same dif-
ference" . . . a gal with a mind of
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens,
JOHN BOYD KNOX
A rare compound of mystery and
fun . . . a jovial fellow with a sci-
entific mind . . . engineering is his
Honor Roll, Cafeteria Squad, Usher
Squad, Traffic Squad.
ROBERT M. KOENIG
Favorite sports are skiing, hockey,
and ice-skating . . . always a lot of
fun and well-liked by everyone,
Football Manager, Intramural Basket-
ball, Home Room Officer, Projection
Squad, Cafeteria Squad.
Known by many as "Orme" . . .
anticipates lunch period . . . can
often be found .skating . . . dainty
Library Squad, Chorus, Attendance
Plans English or music as college
mayor . . . thinks blue highlights
her blonde hair . . . piano playing
claims her leisure time.
Chorus Medical Squad Attendance
Squad, G.A.A. Y-Teens Activities
Play Business Committee.
SHIRLEY ANN KRAGNES
Laughing is "Shirsh'sD favorite
sport . . . beakers and formulas fas-
cinate her . . . her skill at dress
making is no mean accomplishment.
G.A.A. Major Sports Letter, Honor Roll,
Y-Teen Devotional Committee Chair-
man, Library Squad, Activities Key.
The strictly masculine type . . .
comes in handy on a football field
. . . friendly and funny . . . tops
Football, Intramural Basketball, Honor
Roll, Horne Room Officer.
GEORGES N. KRIVOBOK
Our French addition . . . already
knowing several languages, he
chooses to be a linguist . . . En-
glish is his favorite subject.
Cross Country, Editor French Newspa-
Well-poised "Mil" . . . dark hair
and sparkling eyes . . . can carry
on quite a conversation in Spanish.
Y-Teens, Honor Award Committee,
Medical Squad, Information Squad,
Ways and Means Squad.
CLAIRE LOUISE KSCHIER
Did someone call for "KishvP . . .
a steady stream of chatter . . . red
hair wasn't a clue to her disposi-
Home Nursing, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Picture
PAUL ANDREW KUHNE JR yi SY
T e debonair gentleman of the
2 s . . . plans to study agrzculturi.
an become one of the nations
farmers . . . interested in bees.
Cross Country Manager Rifle Intramu-
ral Basketball Score Board Squad
Projection Squad, Home Room Officer.
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Short and sweet , . . interested in
sewing . . . going to work for Bell
Telephone after graduation . . .
pet peeve is gossip.
Chorus, Library Squad, Medical Squad,
JOSEPH DANIEL LABOON
Very talkative . . . "Our Democratv
of I2-l's . . . school was more or
less a resting place for ,loe . . .
lunch period was his favorite sub-
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball,
MICHAEL E. LaBOSKY
"Mikes, lean frame stood out on
the basketball floor . . . utall, dark,
and handsomev fits him to a "T
Intramural Basketball, Chorus, Hi-Y,
Activities Play, Business Committee,
Ways and Means Squad.
JOHN B. LADLEY
Thinks the name of Becky is quite
nice . . . a little on the quiet side
. . . a really fine guy.
Chorus, Hi-Y, Ways and Means Com-
mittee, Traffic Squad.
Commonly known as "Lamppost',
. . . has his eye on the Marine
Corps after graduation.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Of-
Everybody calls her "Bettsv . . .
another Jenny Lind with that sweet
voice and Swedish background . . .
favorite saying, "What a riotlu
Chorus, Y-Teen Music Committee, Libra-
SHIRLEY IRENE LARSON
"Blondie,' would fit her to a "Tv
. . . her cheerful smile was so easy
. . . possesses a peaches and cream
Usher Squad, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Home
Room Officer, Medical Squad Reserve.
ROBERT H. LASCHEID
"Henryv should be a Chevrolet
salesman . . . quite a handiman at
home . . . a pair of musical knuck-
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria Squad,
"The Thinker" . . . physics was too
easy for Bob . . . he didn't say
much, but he knew plenty.
Highest Honor Roll, Chemistry Squad
ELAINE S. LEE
Ambition?-future concert violinist
. . . but for now "Lee" will settle
for German and swimming . . .
favorite saying, "That's for surelv
Scholastic Committee Chairman, Highest
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Y-
Teens, Activities Key, National Honor
WALTER M. LEONARD
Ways of friendly quietness . . .
amateur pianist . . . lots of sense
. . . tops on the pitchefs mound.
Baseball, Intramural Basketball, Honor
Roll, Home Room Officer.
CHARLES T. LICHY
Must have an analytic mind be-
cause he loves to solve crossword
puzzles . . . "Chuck" nominates
farming for the "profession of the
Football Manager, Cafeteria Squad,
HARRIETT E. LINN
Shines in basketball and tennis
someday she'll be a girls' gym
teacher . . . often heard saying,
G.A.A. Major and Minor Sports Letters,
Y-Teens, Gym Squad.
B. Larson Lee Loeffler Lund
S. Larson Leonard Lofquist Luterancik
Lascheid Lichy Logan Lynch
Laufer Linn Luft MacKinnis
ROBERT C. LOEFFLER
A fiend for hunting . . . tall, dark
Bob never let things get dull when
he was around.
Rifle, Ways and Means Squad, Public
Address Squad, Activities Play Pub-
CHARLES ALAN LOFQUIST
"Charley,', a stellar drummer in
our fine band . . . never without a
joke or a car . . . "Want to skateff'
Band, Intramural Hockey and Basket-
SAM H. LOGAN
Any spies around?-call for your
latest F.B.I. agent . . . likes to race'
around the baseball diamond.
RICHARD LUF T
Dick is really a sharp shooter on
the rifle team and his hobby is
hunting . . . plans to study law.
Rifle Letter, Football, Track Manager,
Honor Roll, Traffic Squad.
LAWRENCE H. LUND, IR.
Larry's interest is linked to golf. . .
his favorite food Cuoh boyvlj steak
. . . a royal fester everyone knew.
Golf, Intramural Basketball, Traffic
Squad, Honor Roll, Home Room Of-
A record-breaker in every part of
life . . . a blue streak on the cinder
paths . . , those iokes of pure corn.
Cross Country Letter, Track Letter, In-
tramural Basketball, Home Room Of-
ficer, Home Room Program Committee.
Very, very quiet . . . like a shadow
passing in the hall . . . "brainy,'
in class . . . not interested in girls
Cor is hePD.
SUSAN N. MacKINNIS
Hungers for lunch period every
day . . . future art major in college
. . . right now, she'll dabble in oils,
Chorus, G,A.A., Ways and Means
Squad, Make-Up Squad Chairman.
WILLIAM E. MADDEN
Bill never 'rmaddeifsv anybody
one of our best assets from Dor-
mont . . . a hot wire in later life.
That iolly sense of humor will car-
ry her far . . . polished on the
dance floor . . . her wit gets along
Achievement Committee, Medical Squad,
Library Squad, Ways and Means
Squad, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JO ANN ARLENE MAJOR
Dreams of nursing . . . "jon was
quite the artist . . . her infectious
giggle added a pleasant touch any-
G.A.A., Log, Y-Teens, Ways and Means
RONALD T. MALL
The boy with a song in his heart
. . . loves sports, especially football
and baseball . . . the wit of the se-
Baseball, Football, Intramural Basket-
ball, Home Room Officer, Traffic
A really energetic gal whose favo-
rite sport is swimming . . . her am-
bition is to make the Olympics in
'52 . . . good luck, Sue!
G.A.A. Major Sports Letter, Chorus,
Ways and Means Squad, Activities
Key, Lantern Advisory Council, Y-
He pitches a mean game of base-
ball . . . all out for sports, that's
Dick . . . likes physics, so he's sci-
Baseball, Intramural Basketball.
Maguire ' Maloney
FRANK S. MARTIN
Only aversion-girls who talk too
much . . . when he wasn't sleeping,
he was working on cars . . . a crav-
ing for meat loaf.
LOIS C. MARTIN
A little gal with plenty of zip . . .
looks forward to camping every
summer . . . delights in munching
Chorus, G.A,A., Home Room Officer,
Y-Teen Bulletin Board Committee
Chairman, Library Squad, Gym
IRMA H. MASCARO
A pert, little, pint-sized package
. . . a flash going down the halls
. . , always an artistic hair-do.
Lantern, Scenery Squad.
ROBERT lNI. MAY
Soccer is "Baldy,sv favorite sport
. . . like a sailor, he has a girl in
F. Martin May
L. Martin McAllister
Mascara C. McBride
SAMUEL M. MCALLISTER
Samis life ambition is to get into
the Naval Academy and receive a
commission . . . we surely wish you
CHARLES FRANCIS MCBRIDE
"Chucky had more points than a
Gothic cathedral factivities, that
isj . . . all subjects were favorites.
Intramural Basketball, Activities Play
Properties Committee Chairman, Hi-Y
Officer, Ways and Means Committee.
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McClaren A. McGhee
THOMAS EDWARD MCBRIDE
Tall, blonde, good-looking guy . . .
"Tim" or "Tom,'-take your choice
. . . the sociable, non-studious type.
Hi-Y Officer, Chorus, Activities Play,
Ways and Means Squad, Activities
Play Properties Committee.
HUGH C. MCCAULEY
Spell it "U-Ev . . . for univer-
sally liked, for everyone's pal
. . . quiet, but friendly to all.
Intramural Basketball and Hockey,
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer,
Cafeteria Squad, Baseball Manager.
Can sing a pretty tune . . . would
make a fine photographefs assist-
ant . . . a secretarial light for a
Triple Trio Reserve, Chorus, Ways and
KATHARINE KNOX MCCLAREN
Nicknamed "KaKav for her famous
Contagious laugh . . . usually iden-
tified by a certain tan convertible
. . . summers at Washington Island.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Log,
Honor Award Committee, Medical
Squad, Activities Key.
N. McGhee McKendry
Fall of fun . . . always laughing . . .
a secretary after graduation . . .
likes school, but wants to be on hcr
G.A.A., Information Squad.
Jo ANNE MCCUNE
Soft spoken "Mac', with the gentle
ways . . . one of our cutest baton
twirlers . . . lovely long locks.
Majorette, G.A.A. Council, Home Room
Officer, Y-Teens, Ways and Means
Our choice for a good humor man
. . . serious. steady, and always
ready . . . first on the wit parade.
Chorus, Devotional Squad.
A devilish twinkle in his eye, an
elfish grin . . . a prize dribbler on
the "I7evils', . . . always kept the
Basketball, Traffic Squad.
NANCY RUTH MCCHEE
Famous for her wavy black hair
ambition is to model . . . pet
peeve?-being locked out of the
Home Room Officer, Y-Teen Social Com-
mittee, Ways and Means Squad, Li-
Arizona is her other home . . . a
dark-haired inspiration in physics
. . . neat as a pin . . . sociable.
Ways and Means Squad, Library Squad,
G.A.A, Honor Roll, Home Room Offi-
CHARLOTTE JEAN MCKAY
All but hidden in the halls . . .
always a smile and continually
chatting . . . iaunty Jeanie- a vest
Honor Award Committee, Library
Squad, Log, Lantern, Mounty Co-Edi-
tor, Activities Key.
A tall, dark, dashing track-man. ..
rings the bell for everyone . . .
found typing a jolly class.
Cross Country Letter, Track Letter, Traf-
fic Squad Chairman, Home Room Of-
NANCY IEAN MCKENDRY
"Mac" is a future doctorls assistant
. . . a .small package filled with
vim, vigor, and vitality.
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Orchestra,
Y-Teens, Ways and Means Squad,
KATHRYN T. MEANS
Tall, tops-to-our-taste, twirler . . .
likes knowing how people think . . .
a winner in every field for friends
Executive Board Secretary, Majorette,
G.A.A. Council, High Honor Roll, Ac-
tivities Key, National Honor Society.
IOSEPH T. MEELL, IR.
Mobile-minded-Meell is on the
loose, all girls beware . . . a dead-
eye on the hardwood . . . easily
Intramural Basketball, H o n o r Roll,
Home Room Officer, Ways and Means
Squad, Traffic Squad, Activities Key.
"Anybody got a penciliw is his
most frequent cry . . . shoulders
that stretch from here to there . . .
Football, Baseball, Basketball, Home
One of our foremost "Cedar Lodge"
workers . . . oh, brother! for a three
inch steak and gobs of French fries
. . , any sport-anytime.
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball,
MARY LEW MEYER
A quiet miss with a lovely com-
plexion . . . nice to have around
. . . a little shy, but a grand friend.
DONALD L. MICHELSEN
Mikels favorite pastime is playing
basketball . . . likes to work out
tunes on his clarinet . . . hopes to
enter Penn State.
Rifle Letter, Cross Country Letter, ln-
tramural Basketball, Band Letter,
Home Room Officer, Cafeteria Squad.
SALLY IANE MILLER
Long, dark hair and a flair for
journalism-thatls Sal . . . a new
student who really made up for
Publicity Committee, Ways and Means
Squad, G.A.A., Lantern, Mounty, Ac-
tivities Play Publicity Chairman.
Handsome "Ace',, one of our great
gridders . . . college bound . . .
who is the lucky girl? . . . a
DONALD IAMES MINIHAN
Our "Minnow is a crack track star
. . . an all around sportsman . . .
suave way with the women . . .
unique sense of humor.
Track Letter, Football, Basketball, Home
Room Officer, Traffic Squad.
A really "gone guyl' in that gob
uniform . . . suave, smooth, and a
ready smile . . . known as a whiz
on ice skates.
Golf, Intramural Basketball and Hockey.
Nickname?-"Moonv . . . came from
Chicago last year to start the girls
really swooning . . . pet peeve-
being called "Blue Eyes".
Home Room Officer, Intramural Basket-
Blonde and bubbling-that's jean
. . . loves to putter with paints
Cshefs good, tooll . . . arnbitionPw
to be a kindergarten teacher.
Home Room Officer, Home Room Pro-
gram Committee, Scenery Squad.
IOHN W. MORGAN
Rarely seen without his flashbulb
. . . another convertible addict . . .
fried chicken suits him fine . . .
his goal?-mechanical engineering.
Projection Squad Chairman, Physics
Squad, Home Room Officer, Loq,
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MARGUERITE V. MORGAN
With her wonderful disposition
shefll never be friendless . . . casu-
ally drops the wittiest remarks . . .
expressive dark eyes.
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Orchestra,
Y-Teens, Library Squad, Traffic
DONALD C. MORIAN
"Gallopinv Don is really an all a-
round guy . . . not only held his
own on the football field, but in
other activities, too.
Football Letter, Track Letter, Home
Mollison I. Morgan
Mooney M. Morgan
BETTY LOU MORRIS
A hobby of collecting foreign hand-
kerchiefs . . . wields a mean hand
on the needle and thread squad . . .
"ShortyD made her mad.
Y-Teens Publicity Committee, Needle
and Thread Committee, Library
Squad, G.A.A., Medical Squad Re-
NATALIE ANNE MORRIS
Quiet ways and a soft, .sparkling
smile . . . always dressed in the
latest mode . . . hobby?-that beau-
tiful voice of hers. ,
Honor Roll, Mounty, Y-Teen Music Com-
mittee, Make-Up Squad, Library
Squad, Medical Squad.
DAVID K. MURPHY
Often seen pushing an old "heap',
over a hill . . . could always be
counted on for a bit of friendly ad-
Cross Country, Track.
ROBERT LEE MURRER
He always has a cheerful hello for
everyone . . . Bobls a person who
can shoulder all responsibilities . . .
Intramural Basketball, Honor Roll, P.A.
Squad Chairman, Traffic Squad, Pro-
B. Morris Nieman
N. Morris Nourie
Not easy to know, but weve heard
he's a swell pal . . . a basketball
fan . . . fond of baseball, too,
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Honor Roll,
Home Room Officer.
Way up in the world 6'4" . . . a
mad passion for steak and pastries
. . . swimming, dancing, photogra-
phy for his leisure time.
Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Usher
Squad Chairman, Cafeteria Squad,
Traffic Squad, Activities Play Busi-
ness Committee Chairman.
Another forty-niner with a heart of
gold . . . the brain behind some of
the home room programs.
Traffic Squad, Honor Roll, Home Room
Officer, Log, Activities Key, Schol-
CORINNE A. O,NEIL
How envied with her naturally cur-
ly hair . . . never without "Porky',
. . . always dependable . . . inter-
ests in Philadelphia,
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Log, Y-Teens, Li-
Oxenrider , Pischke
Pardini J. Potter
Patterson M. Potter
EMILY ANN OXENRIDER
A lilting laugh and an interest in
singing-that's Emily . . . dark-hair-
ed, vivacious gal . . . never seen
Chorus, Red Cross Council, G,A.A., Hon-
or Roll, Y-Teens, Activities Key.
PATRICIA ANN PALMER
Blue eyes, blonde hair, and a pair
of snappy spectacles . . . dancing is
a favorite pastime . . . a secretary,
G.A.A., Log, Lantern, Y-Teens, Attend-
WILLIAM L. PARDINI
Like a cheer from the fans after a
touchdown-very noisy! . . . doesn,t
seem to be interested in girls.
Football, Rifle, Intramural Basketball,
Hi-Y, Cafeteria Squad.
Sweetness with an appetite for sau-
erkraut . . . a baby grand is her joy
. . . iam sessions gave a thrill.
Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Information Squad.
NORMAN A. PISCHKE
We call him "Whitey" . . . helped
our Blue Devils gain fame . . . a
whiz with a paint brush . . . friend-
Football, Baseball, Intramural Hockey,
A prince among the pawn-pushers
. . . chemicals, bottles, and odors
. . . "Cappyv is a scientist sincere.
Chess, Chemistry Squad, Physics Squad.
JOAN DAY POTTER
Always bubbling with pep and en-
ergy . . . check that New York ac-
cent . . . could start a rental agency
G.A.A., Publicity Squad, Lantern, Y-
Teens, Medical Squad, Poster Squad.
Crazy about baseball and Mount
Lebanon kids . . . "take a letter,
Miss 'P, " . . . a new addition from
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens.
HENRIETTA LOU PRICE
Her line is dancing . . . was seen
parading on the field as a maior-
ette , . . public .speaking suits her
Majorette, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JAMES P. RAUCH
Spends his leisure time wandering
around . . . 'Knothin' better than
ice-cream-v . . . itfs the construction
business for him.
Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Projection
Squad, Cafeteria Squad, Usher Squad,
RICHARD H. REA
Thoroughly disapproves of the
"new lookv . . . ripe olives con-
sumed in quantities . . . swimming
and American history rate among
Cafeteria Squad Chairman, Traffic
Squad, Usher Squad, Highest Honor
Roll, Activities Key, Book Room Man-
ANNE M. REBHOLZ
Almost a crew cut . . . such a busy
traffic post! . . . good nature guar-
anteed . . . hear her talkingP-con-
Activities Play, Ways and Means
Squad, Traffic Squad, Medical Squad,
Log, Activities Play Costume Commit-
A new student this year . . . thinks
JOAN ELYCE RIEHLE
A pen thafs full of flowing words
. . . someday a stewardess of the
sky-ways . . . blonde, curly hair,
Home Nursing, G.A.A., Home Room Of-
ficer, Y-Teens, Library Squad.
STEPHEN FRANK RIETHOF
Tricky on the ski trails . . . crazy
about people fespecially the oppo-
site sexb . . . another shutter-bug.
RAMONA JUNE RILEY
A wonder with the needle and
thread . . . designer that will be fa-
mous . . . tiny waist that was the
envy of us all.
Rifle, Gym Squad, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-
ARTHUR E. ROSFELD
Rates A-1 at making friends
really enjoyed doing his Monday
morning sportscast . . . sharp as a
Activities Plays, Traffic Squad, Publicity
Squad, Executive Board President,
Lcq, Lantern Sports Editor.
MARY L. ROSSER
"Squeekie', to her friends . . . de-
lights in ice cream and cake . . .
chooses music for her hobby,
Library Squad, Gym Squad, Chorus.
, , , , Teens,
his new home is rust right . . . very,
very friendly . . . interested in art. 5
Printing Squad. NANCY LOU ROBINSON ii!! V Yf N
One-half of those Utwinsf' . . . lists lf' g .
CHARLES RICHARDS H I U English as main reason she enjoys vs ff ' ,,
Answem fo the name uf H1071 ' -' school . . . replies with, "You'll go wJ 'ff V gg Y..
main ambition in life is to get out fm." lx
of School' Chorus, Gym Squad Chairman, Vtfays K' N Yr CFQYQX
lntramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Activities and Means Squad, G.A.A., Home na ", ,
Play Properties Committee. Room Officer, Y-Teen Otiicer, A .J f as
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"Bergen, and his women . . . the
laugh that could mean anything . . .
a place in Penn State.
Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Home
NELSON L. RUNCER
Can certainly blow out tunes on
that tuba . . . aspires to be a radio
announcer, and what a handsome
one heid make!
Band Letter, Activities Plays, Studio
Manager, Executive Board Vice-Pres-
ident, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
Did you ever see anyone laugh so
often? . . . "Rusty,', one of the orig-
inal T.A.A.C. members.
G.A.A., Lantern, Y-Teens, Ways and
Means Squad, Medical Squad, Gym
PATRICIA LOUISE RYAN
A piano pounder extraordinary . ..
a trim formal leading the usher
squad . . . poetry gave many a
Social Committee, Usher Squad Chair-
MARILYN ST. CLAIR
"Saint" . . . cheering or knitting,
she's always busy . . . happiest in
public speaking class . . . a passion
for ice cream.
Head Cheerleader, Medical Squad,
Decorating Squad, G.A.A., Y-Teen Oi-
ficer, Activities Key.
MARCIA L. SANDERS
Called "Marlu,' by friends . . .
fashion drawing is her field . . .
anticipates Friday and English
G.A.A., Lantern, Y-Teens, Library
Squad, Medical Squad, Home Room
MARY VIRGINIA SAUNDERS
Sweet, quiet, and a ready smile . . .
six-feet deep in activities . . . looks
forward to being a kindergarten
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Home Room
Officer, Executive Board Secretary,
Chorus Accompanist, Usher Squad.
Very quiet . . . industrious . . .
friendly to everyone . . . sort of shy
. . . not so interested in girls-you
never can tell!
"Cleo" was an original nickname
. . . that giggle amused us . . .
ah-h-, those tangled romances of
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-TGGUS, GY!!! Squad'
Class Rank Committee.
Tops in the Triple Trio no
stranger to the footlights . . . tem-
peratures, hot water bottles, and a
Triple Trio, Activities Plays, High Hon-
or Roll, Activities Key and Guard,
Red Cross Committee Chairman.
Not a care in the world . . . quiet
until you know him . . . fond of
football . . . oh, for a stuffed DOIN
Cafeteria Squad, Usher Squad.
NANCY LEE SCHREINER
Our future Sarah Bernhardt yearns
to be a radio star . . . just loves
public speaking . . . "versatile" apt-
ly describes her.'
Activities Plays, Highest Honor Roll,
Newscaster, Activities Key and Guard,
National Honor Society, Mounty.
FRANK H. SCHROEDER
Frank?-oh, you mean '6Skipv
plans to follow architectural lines
. . . "Hey, cabbiev . . . prefers solid
to any other class.
E. MARLENE SCHULTE
A math slave . . . studying?-
'nough said! . . . a German lass
with a flair for navy blue . . . swim-
ming gets her vote.
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens,
Activities Key, Information Squad.
DONALD R. SCHWARTZ
Perhaps saying "ugh,' . . . a bag of
popcorn and a good movie suit him
fine . . . spare time spent on planes.
JERALD M. SHAVE
His personality runs a long way
. . . a friend indeed, with a burst
of speed . . . "Ierry's" one of Miss
Beck,s grim German students. ,.
Track Letter, Cross Country Letter, In-
tramural Basketball, Traffic Squad,
Honor Roll, Home Room Ofiicer.
IO ANN A. SHENKEL
"Ian for short . . . South American'
has a certain spell . . . a record col-
lection thatjs really sharp.
EDISON F. SHEPLER
A snappy guy with lots of pep . . .
well-dressed . . . smooth on the
dance floor . . . have you seen that
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball,
Home Room Officer, Traffic Squad.
GEORGE MARTIN SHIFFLER, JR.
Can be spotted whizzing by on his
motor scooter . . . if he isn't putter-
ing with motors, he'll be in his
Band, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer, Orches-
Quiet as a mouse . , . her fondest
dream?-to live in Erie . . . inter-
ested in "French".
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
DONALD ALAN SHOFF
Street-car passes from here, there,
and everywhere . . . "Bai, blacks
another shot . . . an everlasting sore
Basketball Manager, Traffic Squad, Caf-
eteria Squad, Honor Roll, Home Room
Officer, Activities Key.
WILLIAM E. SIGLER
Crazy about guns . . . ambitfoni'-
to be a doctor . . . pet peeve is
room 209-don't ask us why!
Would be happy with six chemis-
try classes a day . . . heart-warm-
ing smile and regal bearing . . . a
Chorus Letter, G.A.A., Home Room Of-
ficer, Music Manager, Library Squad,
CAROLYN COE SMITH
A knock-out blonde bombshell . . .
quite a sense of humor . . . a truly
Majoietie, G.A.A., Lantern, Mounty, Y-
Photo fiend . . .some call him
"Senator,' . . . spaghetti and meat-
balls rate with him . . . taboo on
fget this-lj women.
Rifle, Usher Squad, Traffic Squad, Hi-Y.
JAMES HOWARD SOOD
Happy-go-lucky, carefree is jim . . .
teacher's pet Cnow whofs' kidding?
. . . you'll remember his devilish
Basketball, Honor Roll.
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JAMES ARTHUR SPANCLER
Gives his spare time to basketball
practice and bowling . .. . dreams
of chocolate pie and a Cadillac
Football, Intramural Basketball, Cafe-
teria Squord, Hi-Y, P.A. Squad.
Sewing, skating, and bowling all
rate her top vote . . . hopes for sec-
retarial career. . . typing room often
sees her in action. 1
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Shepler Slioff Smith Spangler
Shiffler Sigler - Snodgrass Sposato
BOYCE MELVIN SQUIRES
Red hair?-thatls "Load" . . .always
has a good story for the boys . . .
plays hard-to-get-and is!
DOROTHY B. STAIGER
Loves to watch football and bas-
ketball games . . . spends her spare
time. baking new-fangled. cakes
with daffy decorations.
Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-
WARREN L. STARRETT
"Parson', . . . found loafing at Man-
dellis . . . one of the "Mooses" . ..
"oh, to graduatei' . . . tops?-chow
olate ice cream and baseball.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic Squad,
Cafeteria Squad, Hi-Y, Lantern, Pub-
EDWARD J. STAWOWCZYK
You can understand why people
call him "Irish"-or can you? . . .
a quiet, but terrific guy.
MARY MARGARET STEWART
Mt. Lebanonls own little "Quiz
Kidv . . .humor thatis on the subtle
side . . . a top ranking senior.
Devotional Committee Chairman, Traffic
Committee, G.A.A. Major Sports Let-
ter, Highest Honor Roll, National Hon-
or Society, Activities Key and Guard.
KENNETH L. STIMMEL
Our Hextrav point man on the foot-
ball team . . . famous for his blond
wavy hair . . . answers to the call
Football, Intramural Basketball, Home
Room Officer, Traffic Squad.
EMILY ELIZABETH STOREY
Hails from Connecticut . . . will
settle for Connecticut College for
Women . . . knits those beautiful
socks she wears.
JAY H. STRICKLER
Chemicals and a hot time in the
basement . . . the Stricklers of Dart-
mouth . . . the way he can shift
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Of-
ficer, Honor Roll, Traffic Squad,
Ways and Means Squad.
Sweeney B. P. Thomas
Tatem V. Thomas
Known as "Stein', to one and all
. . . Stroble got that quarter . . .
'KYerse', and unurrv became famous
Football, Traffic Squad Chairman, Hon-
or Roll, Home Room Officer, Activi-
"Swannie', . . . unlimited energy
. . . enlioened many gatherings. ,.
"ready, letfs golv was her familiar
Ways and Means Squad, Decorating
Squad, Cheerleader, G.A.A. Council,
Home Room Officer, Y-Teens.
"Swinn's" red hair flashes on a bas-
ketball floor . . . small, but oh,
what a kid! . . . lots of pep.
NANCY LEE TATEM
"Tate" had a talented paint-brush
. . . lateness got her sore . . . "For
cryin' out loud!"
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
Ways and Means Squad, Library
Squad, Medical Squad.
NIXON E. TAYLOR
Hair of gold, emerald eyes . . .
our Nicky's quite a gem . . . good
looks, personality, brains - what
more could any girl want?
Social Committee Chairman, G.A.A.,
Home Room Officer, Y-Teen Officer,
RUSSELL E. TEASDALE
Popular program pusher on the
P.A .... a man about town?-ask
the gals! . , . one of our "Children
of the Moonf,
Traffic Squad, Activities Play, Projec-
tion Squad Co-Chairman, P.A. Squad.
BETTIE PATRICIA THOMAS
Can you trace that southern drawl?
. . . strawberry blonde . . . just a
slave to love . . . quiet, but much
Y-Teen Bulletin Board Committee Chair-
man, Medical Squad , Ways and
Means Squad, Milk Squad Chairman,
G.A.A. Major Sports Letter.
VIRGINIA W. THOMAS
"Knit two, purl two" is her chief
occupation . . . ambition?-to be a
G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Attendance
Squad, Library Squad, Home Room
JOAN E. THORSTEINSON
A quick smile and a zooming
through the halls . . . a star in all
athletics . . . you name it-she can
Activities Play, Major and Minor Sports
Letters, G.A.A. Emblem, Highest Hon-
or Roll, Loq Editor-in-Chief, Activities
Key and Guard.
Tall and handsome is our boy Bob
. . . ambition is to be a salesman
and he,s got us sold already.
TED T. TOWNEH
One of a well known pair-always
seen with Connie . . . very interest-
ed in garage mechanics . . . makes
Decorating Squad, Scenery Squad,
Swings a mean racket Ctennis, that
in? . . . we call her "Lil,' ...En-
glish is tops in her schedule . . .
another college-bound senior.
Gym Squad, Medical Squad, Informa-
tion Squad, G.A.A. Minor Sports Let-
Ambition?-to be a second Clark
' Gable . . . really a pro at dishing
up those ice cream sodas.
Nicknamed "Mousie,' . . .expecting
a car for graduation-lucky girl! . . .
going to work after school . . . pet
peeue is cliques in Mt. Leho.
Chorus, Lantern, Y-Teens, Library
A little flower transplanted from
Shannon . . . one of 12-9's famous
twosome . , . a tricky pompadour
was a continuous worry.
NANCY RUTH VARLEY
Dolls from here, there, and every-
where . . . an appreciation for spa-
ghetti . . . to be a test-tube techni-
cian is her aim.
G.A.A., Information Squad, Library
Says his chief loves are track, bas-
ketball, and wrestling . . . girls
mast enter in there somewhere-
they certainly like him!
ROBERT K .VVACNER
A tennis pro in our midst . . . plans
to study business and finance at
H1-Y, Honor Roll, Traffic Squad, Home
Room Officer, Tennis Letter.
Varlcy E. Walker
Veazey H. VV alker
Already a good mechanic . . .
leaoes appreciation of the works of
Shakespeare to someone else . . .
just a pleasure to know him.
Cross Country, Track, Rifle, Traffic
Oh, for a chocolate milkshake . . .
P.A. peddler . . .perfectionP-see-
ing a good movie . , . bound for
Muskingum and the ministry.
Activities Play, P.A. Squad, Devotional
Squad, Honor Roll, Chorus.
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Ward I. H. White
Webb J, T. White
Wertz H. VVill0ughby
SALLY 1. WVARD
Swung a mean mallet for the Court
. . . could dress a snappy bulletin
board . . . a permanent place on
the Honor Roll.
Scenery Squad, High Honor Roll, Moun-
ty, Y-Teen Publicity Committee Chair-
man, Activities Key, Student Court.
MARY LOUISE WEBB
Horses, horses, horses! . . . well
known for her art C guess what
"Louv paintsfll-that,s right!-hors
es . . . but we looe her anyway.
Medical Squad, Attendance Squad,
Make-Up Committee, G.A.A., Lantern,
NANCY JEAN MARIE WEIGAND
A small package of pertness . . .
commercial subjects are her choice
. . . constantly talking-but a good
Medical Squad, Decorating Squad, Ac-
tivities Key, Cheerleader, Honor Roll,
MERLE C. WERTZ
Finds radio quite fascinating . .
his 1930 Model A intrigues all...
plays a mean trumpet in his spare
Intramural Athletics, 'Band.
W. Willoughby Workmaster
Wood Lem and Clem
IOHN H. WHITE
john's interests lie in athletics . . .
definitely the casual type . . . a
quiet, friendly manner that we all
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria Squad
Chairman, Honor Roll.
JOSEPH TERRY WHITE
We all know what excellent pic-
tures Terry took and developed . . .
where did he get those Hloudv tur-
tle-neck sweaters. .
Rifle, Log, Lantern, Traffic Squad, Cafe-
LEON I. WILLIAhiS, JR.
'cSeat-finder", at football games . . .
dating is strictly 'Klaissez faire"
with him . . . technical student.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Cafeteria Squad, Physics
Squad, Usher Squad.
HENRY D. WILLOUCHBY, II
An old time wrestler . . . whiz at
making model cars . . . all wrapped
up in his unewv Ford . . . talks a
Intramural Basketball and Wrestling,
WALTER O. WILLOUGHBY
Walt has a liking for sports . . . his
personality flashes in the feminine
direction . . . pet peeue is tests
iaren't they eUeryone'sPD
Track, Intramural Basketball and Hock-
ey, Cafeteria Squad, Home Room Of-
ficer, P.A. Squad.
Interested in sewing . . . going to be
an airline hostess after graduation
. . . pet saying-"Oh, fishv.
Chorus Letter, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Needle
and Thread Squad.
ROBERT C. WISSINGER
Usually serious, but susceptible to
fun . . . has a flair for managing
. . . top performance in an easy-
Football Manager, Traffic Squad, Cafe-
teria Squad, Honor Roll, Loq, Nation-
al Honor Society.
In years to come he will be a me-
chanical engineer . . . right now,
physics will do as his "subject of
Honor Roll, Usher Squad, Physics
Squad, Stage Crew.
VVAYNE E. WORKMASTER
"Smoky'f . . . a passion for choco-
late cake . . . leisure time finds him
reading . . . heard saying, "Don,t
just stand therein
JUDITH YETTER U
Oh, for a boss with an understand-
ing of shorthand and an aoailablc
son...a working gal with a flair
Dallas's gift to Mt. Lebo . . . ambi-
tion is to get an M.R.S. degree in
college Cshe shouldnlt have any
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
Traffic Squad, Ways and Means
Squad, Medical Squad.
LEMUEL and CLEMENTINE
They usee all, hear all, and know
alll, about the class of ,49 . . . fae-
orite colors-maroon and white . .,
ooted "most typical '49 girl and
Sharpshooters, Lowest Honor Roll, Ac-
tivities Spree and Guard, National
Dishonor Society, Student Court fplen-
ty!!J, Lebanon Stump, Senior Class
Prank Committee. '
RONALD B. FOULDS
A newcomer to our ranks from De-
troit . . . food and photography are
favorite interests . . . physics and
trig rate high with him.
In a few years he'll be writing all
your sports news . . . his artistic
talent comes out in his metal art.
"Bobby", with a passion for spagli'
etti and bridge . . . blue matches
her eyes . . , calls typing her fauc-
Y-Teens, Chorus, Decorating Squad.
"Geekv-always loafing with thc
boys . . . chooses blue as faoorite
color, mechanical drawing as taoo-
rite subject . . . French fries defie
A little on the quiet side, but realty
a tremendous guy when you get to
Likes to save pennants, dimes, and
truck ads . . . motors with their
complicated parts interest him .. .
biology rates tops.
Strictly an ice cream man . . .
wood shop claims his top attention
during school hours . . . a green
At each home game fans herded in to sec the Mountv hoopsters.
Way back in September 718, us old tim-
ers of the class of ,49 come ter school to start
our last year in Mt. Lebo High. We wuz kin-
da glad to get back-ohl We Wurn't no dum-
mies-We knowed there wuz Work ahead, but
We also knowed there wuz plenty ai fun.
We sure enough had a barrel a fun at
them thar feetball games. It wuz plenty cold
but We didnit mind ,cause We had a great
team and the games wuz mighty excitinil
CThem thar snappy majorettes ,ii cheerlead-
ers didnit hurt none either.l
We wuz mighty glad to git all fixed up
in our fancy duds and drive off in our slick
wagons to the Junior-Senior Prom. The boys
wuz broke busted next mornin, and the gals
had mighty sore feet, but we all agreed that
it sure wuz Worth it.
Shucks, We had a dandy time at Christ-
mas. The chorus sung purty songs in the halls,
there wuz mistletoe everywhare, We put on
the M essiah, there wuz mistletoe everywhare,
lots of us exchanged presents, an, there wuz
mistletoe everywhere. Um-m-ml '
Come January, come all them tests.
Course Weiuns of the class of 319, We wuz pur-
ty used to ,em 'cause We had took ,em many
times before. Us old timers knowed how to
study and study we did. Why shucks, some
of us even passed that thar English test.
nm 019 Timer
12 A's-boy! we wuz beginnin, to feel old-
er an' older. We had our Activities Assembly
and a gosh durn lot of us got awards an, sech.
Made us feel purty important. It was the first
time that us guys realized how close we wuz
comin' to grad-ja-ashun.
What a month! We wuz hafin' to shell
out for anything an' everything. Wfe had to
order cards with our names all fancy like on
,em and invitashuns for our commencement.
Colly! but they wuz purty. Kinda made us
feel a bit nigh-fa-lootinf
We put on the greatest durn show on
earth. It was the funniest dog-gone presenta-
tion to ever hit Lebo Cap. Us old timers sure
wuz mighty proud of them thar classmates of
our'n who put on that thar Broadway per-
duckshun. We liked it fine, yes-sir-e-el
This here wuz it! We wonit fergit
Senior Day ,cause we had more fun in them
thar twenty-four hours than weid ever had.
That day the world wuz ourin. We wuz the
bosses and how we loved it! It werenit long
now-soon we wuz gonna grad-ja-ate.
After three years of workin, and havin'
fun we wuz through. The gals cried a bit, and
even us old timers choked up. Wie left the
skool in the hands of the underclassmen, said
"adios" to our friends, and set out to blaze
our own trails.
CLEFTD For a study in contrasts Witness starry-eyed Foxie as
she mixes Wallpaper paste ior stage scenery.
CBELOYVP HOW We loved the tuneful tones of our Barbershop
Quartet especially when they gave out with "Coney Island
Baben and Dry Bonesv.
Prom night found us sliekecl up in our best, swaying to the
soft strains ot enchanting music.
i'Double, double, toil .incl trouble, fire burn and ealdron bub-
blef, The Macbeth weird sisters have a jolly time stirring up
their unappctizing brew.
Our snooping twosome, Mary Jane Hughes and Anne Harps-
ter, searched every nook and corner for the latest ninfo' lor
their VVednesday morning newscasts.
After weeks of sweat and toil George, ready to collapse from
laek of sleep and physical exhaustion, barely makes the dead-
line for his 120C theme. Miss Pickens seems all broken up
about it, tool
C rimy Culp ers
CRICHTD It was way buck in September ,37 that this cute
couple begun their long trek together on the road of lC22l'Ill1ll.
Guess Who. VVhy Shirley Larson and Bob Wlissingerl
QBELOVVD NVe read and reread, 'cthunkv and Hrethunk", Wrote
und rewrote. Churchill was talking about precis when he
said, 'cBlood, sweat, and tearsf,
The kids reversed things clrastieully when the girls escorted the
fellows, garhcd in their latest creations, to thc Backward Blush.
Queens tor Ll clay were llowdie Cox and Ben Bain.
It looks as if Spike has clruftecl some of his zzrclent fans to help
him in his chores.
The cafeteria holds many memories for these senior boys who
made it fairly rock with their antics.
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Pull Up Stakes and Move on to Richer Claims . . .
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