Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1950
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Produced by the Students
Mount Lebanon High School
Performance Daily 3:40 A. M. to 3:15 P. M.
Doors open at 8:25 A. M.
Vol. XX Editor-in-chief, Lynne Miller, Literary Editor, Judy Litteng Assistant
Literary Editor, Margaret Green, Art Editor, Ann Willis, Business Manager,
Margie Zephg Circulation Manager, Lois Heidenreich
The Log sta!! took to clowxunq io put WUYS and means W01'k9l'S PTO'
over their sales campaign, Zided refreshments for hungry
The camera surprised
these dreaming couples
at the Prom.
1 f At Christmas our halls
- echoed with old carols.
Most popular place be-
tween 12:00 and 1:00 was
. the cafeteria.
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his Year Saw the Completion
FRONT: Mr. Elmer S. Stanicr, Treasure-rg Miss Miriam Headley, Secretaryg Mr. A. C. Millan, Presidentg
Mrs. Donald C. Lewisg Mr. Otis C. Hogsett, Vice President. BACK: C. F. Mellingerg Mr. B. M. Cillg
Miss Esther Wliinnie, Secretaryg Mr. Beckley Smithg Mr. Raymond B. Hechtg Mr. Edward H. Buckg Miss Ber-
tha Walp, Secretaryg Mr. R. D. Horsmang Mr. Samuel A. Schreiner, Solicitor.
Mr. Mellinger, Asst. Supt. CAdministrationD, Mr. Mr. Horsman and faculty seem to be enjoying the mid-
Horsman, Supt., Mr. Gill, Asst. Supt. Clnstructionl semester luncheon prepared for them by the mothers of
discuss building plans. the P.T.A.
o Many School Improvements
Our administration is the very brain of Mt.
Lebanonis schools, for it is the controlling
force of every part of our school system.
This year was building year, as far as our
superintendents and the school board were
concerned, for these administrators saw the
results of their efforts when ten rooms and a
gym were added to Howe and surfaced play
areas graced both Howe and Lincoln. Foster
received a new second floor and the plans for
the new Moffitt Street School were finished.
In our own school We saw the stadium com-
pleted, a storage house built, a rifle range,
new baseball field and quarter-mile track
started, and the home economics suite given
a complete face-lifting.
For our principal, Mr. Keifer, and for fac-
ulty alike, this was a red letter year as it
marked another evaluation of our high school.
As thc last term sped steadily toward a close,
it seemed one of accomplishment for us all,
thanks to our diligent administrators.
Mrs Cargill, Mr. Keifer, Miss Ion, Miss Hightmire, Ann
SLl'llLflI1gCI', Mr. Broinberick, Jim Bishop, Dave McSteen,
A chat with Mr. Keifcr between classes.
At the end of a perfect t?J day We find Mr. Keifer
relaxing at home with the news.
MISS ELLA ION, Vice Principal
CTOPD Line forms to the right for schedule changes.
CBOTIOMQ Miss Ion offers ll ride to weary students.
Advisers Were Bot '
As vice principal, Miss Ion kept our school
running smoothly and efficiently. In addition to
her task of handling attendance, she made out
the master schedule for teachers and students
as Well as college transcripts. At one time
or another most students have been grateful for
her valuable assistance in helping them choose
a schedule that would prepare them for college,
business school, or future careers. To round out
a busy day, Miss Ion was also in charge of the
achievement, class rank, attendance, and picture
HOME AND SCHOOL VISITOR
Students who have obtained permits to Work
during school or in the summer or who have
taken a little extra time off from school are al-
ready Well acquainted with our home and school
visitor, Miss Gordon. Among her many duties
are: issuing Work permits, checking on truancy,
checking the census, and visiting the homes of
new pupils. Aside from these duties, she also
found time to teach English.
Ambitious Art is receiving a work permit from
Friendly an Helpful
Mrs. Horne's appointment pad was always
filled with conferences scheduled with students
who wanted advice concerning their election
blanks or with seniors trying to find the right
An aid in helping students choose a vocation
was aCareer Nightv, which gave everyone a
chance to secure firsthand information about
various professions. Additional aid was provid-
ed by the "Dutch Unclev program, which ena-
bled students to visit and talk to a person active-
ly engaged in a certain profession.
Our guidance program was designed to help
students realize their abilities and limitations
and so plan more carefully for their future.
MRS. FERNE HORNE, Counselor
CTOP L. 81 RJ nCarcer Nighti' brought visiting alumni to discuss vocations with students. CBOTTOM LJ Sec-
retaries were: Mrs. Slater, Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Booth, Miss Neglcy. CBOTTOM RJ The crowd gathers round
for a college conference.
Social problems provided material for discus
sion in Mr. Burrows' classes.
See the incredible
miracle of the human
brain at work
Classes Afwezleenedl New lvmterests
lf we ever tour South
America, at least Weill
know how to buy train
tickets and check baggage,
thanks to our Htripsv in
The principles of the gy-
roscope were being ex-
plained in physics class. It
nmcle our heads whirl but
we inaiiaged to pass phys-
H e c 0 r d s helped next
ycuris seniors in their ap-
preciation of poetry. uDisk
jockeyv Corbett is spin-
ning the platters for the
and Broudened Our Horizons
A stitch in time saves
money. These home cccn-
omics girls saved lots by
making their own dresses-
witness the results.
-Learn French in three
easy lessons? Not so sim-
ple, but the new lingua-
phone in the library was
very helpful to French
Lettering was part of
the art course. Knowing
the alphabet was essential,
hut the main trick was to
avoid spilling the ink.
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With t e Help of Um' Teetelters
Mrs. Geraldine Adamson-Girls, Health
Miss Margaret Band-English
Miss Marguerite Beck-German
Mr. John Beckert-Physical Education
Mr. Lawrence Bromberick-Chemistry
Mr. Merle Burrows-Economics, Sociology
Mr. Mercer Clark-Boys, Health
Mrs. Margaret Cargill-English
Mr. Albert Davis-Physical Education, Driving
Mr. John Denbow-History, Economics, Sociology
Miss Ruth Descaunets-Physical Education
Mr. Victor Doak-U. S. History
Miss Virginia Elliott-English
Miss Pauline Fish-Home Economics
Miss Katheryn Frobese-English
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Mr. Sherrick Gilbert-Biology
Mr. Norman Goodwin-Algebra, Plane Geometry
Miss Ruth Gordon-English, Home Visitor.
We Sztroqve or zzglier Goals
Poor snake was part of a
circus side show, but he
abandoned his glamorous
career to be exhibited in
our biology lab.
This isnit home econo-
mics classg itps Carole giv-
ing a demonstration in
public speaking. Can you
operate a pressure cooker?
S.O.T., these are secre-
taries of tomorrow. Oops,
a mistake? Well, start over.
Practice makes perfect,
We come Addition to the R95
Lab day was the best
day of the chemistry week.
The know-how of bending
glass and making "rotten
eggsv was discovered, un-
der supervision, of course.
just what constitutes our
Constitution? This boy ex-
plained it to an American
history class with the aid
of a chart.
l The Worst is over-she's
l just passed her driver7s
test and will drive to
school from now on IF she
N can get the family cur.
Were Renelzie, Ree, camel Relecxeutzien
Mr. john Grimes-Physics
Miss Dorothy Grove-Commercial Subleets
Miss Fern High-Nurse
Mrs. Ferne Horne-Guidance
Dr. jual Kendall-Doctor
Mr. Charles Lohr-Biology
Miss Harriet Manning-English
Miss Margery McClure-Latin
Miss Florence BlCLH.Ugl'1liH-El'kf.,llSll Ioninllism
Mr. John Mehner-Biology
Mr. Nelson Mills-Public Speaking Engjlish
Mr. Willizrm Mitchell-Spanish Typing
Mr. Donley Mollenauer-U. S. History
Miss Mabel Moore-Librarian
Mrs. Geraldine Morgan-English
Miss Eileen Nesbittf-English
Miss Marie Neumarker-English
Miss C. Ada Patterson-Latin
Taking B me Mondays in Stride
Mrs. F loy Penn-Reading
Mr. Raymond Peters-Mechanical Drawing
Miss Martha Pickens-English
Mr. Philip Prutzman-Instrumental Music
Mr. Reed Raines-Chemistry
Mr, John Ramsey-Shop
Mr. john Reed-Driving
Miss Anne Rightmire-Plane Geometry
Miss Rita Roegge-Spanish
Mr. Robert Ruth-Physics
Mr. Douglas Shaner-Art
Miss Sarah Smith-Solid Geometry, Trigonometry
Miss May Sneary-Music
Mr. joseph Srp-Plane Geometry Y
Mr. Albert Stanish-NVorlcl History
Mr. Carl Streams-Algebra
Mr. Kirk Tallman-WVorld History
Miss Anna Thompson-English
We Wuited Edggfly for Fridays
Algebra was just jug-
gling the alphabet around
to get numerical answers,
but it surely could get
complicated at times.
Who said there Werenit
some "big wheelsi' in the
girls, gym class? To prove
it the girls are making one.
Every detail c 0 u n t s.
"Lets see, have I forgotten
any?,' Tom asks himself as
he carefully studies his
Variety ef Swlbjeets delle Spiee
Silas, Duncan, Eppie,
and others were represent-
ed in this tenth grade En-
glish class dramatization
of a scene from Silas Mar-
These boys are 'isawing
wood" QI don't mean sleep-
ingj with the new radial
saw donated last year by
the Trading Post.
Ach dllieherll One of the
activities of the German
classes was to send Christ-
mas presents to their Cer-
to Um' Sclioo Life
Miss Mary Thorpe-Spanish
Miss Thelma W'hinnie-Commercial Subjects
Mr. Earl Xwiipkey Algs-bra
Miss Helen Zallniserf -French
A lnirclrl? A beeil? Tar-
Zillllfyfl No-tl1ey're some of
our own Lebo High boys
uclimbing the ropesv in
gym. Looks fun, doesift it?
You thought you knew
locusg but when you got to
the blackboard in solid ge-
ometry class to explain it,
you WC1'CI1,t so sure.
Merry carolers brought the spirit of Christmas
to our halls.
Gaze on sideshows
sparkling with a series
of amazing acts
Student rgumzizuztzions Promoted
'cMr. President, I move we have our tests in the
morning and go home in the afternoonf said one
WVhy can,t we have honor study hallsiy, asked
These and similar problems were discussed by
both the Executive Board and the Advisory Coun-
cil, which were important organizations in our gov-
The Executive Board consists of the president
of each homeroom, an additional representative
from each senior homeroom, and the Executive
Committee. The Advisory Council consists of six
faculty members and a student from each class.
Both of these organizations discuss and act on poli-
cies concerning school life. '
Those unfortunate individuals who receive out-
of-orders know that on Tuesday they must report
U I to the Student Court. Here they find eight of their
President Bernie Ixellcy presents an honorary gavel Own Classmates who listen to their Stories and then
to his predecessor Dave McStcen. act impartiauyg
The purpose of the organizations of our school
government is to assure the student an opportunity
to govern and discipline himself.
TWELFTH GRADE EXECUTIVE BOARD
QFRONTD Raciappa, VVilliams, McDonnell, Redfern, Fellows, Lcib, Woodgate, Maloy, Hoehle, Jewell. QROW 23 Kelley,
Sl1errick,Iones, Gorr, Talcott, Kernahan, Bradley, Edmunds, Carpenter, Witney, QROVV SJ McSteen, Kramer, Ryan,
Bickel, Ceis, Burns, Dalton, Sebring, Shirey, McClarcn.
EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS STUDENT COURT
CFRONTJ Secretaries House, Hoehle. CBACKD KFRONTD Landon, Heineman. KBACKD Franklin
Vice Presidents Gorr, Sherrick, Presidents McSteen, Pankapf, Porter, Klaber, O'Brien, Ruthven.
ELEVENTH GRADE EXECUTIVE BOARD
QFRONTD VVilson, Bolin, McLain, Theilman, Barnes, Cemmer. QBACKD WIIIIIHIIIS, Cillen, Harvey, Peter
Bowell, Paul Bowell.
TENTH GRADE EXECUTIVE BOARD
QFRONTD Dallas, Schoos, Sawyer, May, Adams, Bauer. KBACKD Elcl, Cowles, Drgon, Humphreys,
Nagy, Gorr, Graham, Shannon.
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We Relziercl Upon Our Lenders
QTOPD FRONT: Loche, VVitney, Divine, Mullin, Dickerson, Overholt. BACK: Zeph, Barnes, Cutler, Lynn,
Carey, Iewell, Maloy, Sherrick. CBOTTOMD FRONT: Kirch, Leech, Hoffman, Larry, O,Conner, Fawcett, Cur-
penter. BACK: Uhricli, Burg, Rinier, Vollnier, Mclienney, Moffitt, Fineniun, Steele, Colwill.
COMMITTEE AND SQUAD CHAIBMEN
Kirch CCyni Squudj, Leech CDevotional Squadl, Hoffman Qljublie Addressl, Larry and Burg CLost 81 Foundj,
O,Conner CDecoratingj, Cutler CLibraryD, Lynn QStudioD, Carey CCirls' Usherl, jewcll QScholasticD, Malloy
and Locke CAttendanceJ, Sherrick fCafeteriaD, Fawcett flied Crossj, Carpenter CChemistryj, Ulirich CPubliei-
tyj, Hinier CStuclio Managerl, Volliner CMusic Managerj, McKenney and Colwill Qljrojeetionj, Moffitt CMake-
upj, Fineman CBulletin Boardl, Steele CTrafficl, Witney CStagz,e Crewb, Divine CSocial Committeel, Mullin,
QHonor Awardj, Dickerson fHospitalityD, Overholt fMedieulD, Zeph CBookD, Barnes QClass Rankj.
alvflf in Picture
Hogsett CAchievementD, Meister CAuditoriun1 Asstj, Nagel fBz1ndD, Armstrong and Hamilton fNeedle 81
Threacll. Gluck and Kauper Cljhvsicsl, VVilson CPosterl, I. Tones CPictureJ, VVaQ,ner and Ioseph lPulJlicitvl.
Zelle CSceneryD, Hemnienway CSch0lzistieD, Fletcher fSCOl'Cl'J0?11'dl, Iutlge lStuclent Service Exchangel, Sebring
CBoys, Usher Squacll. Q
FRONT:Moslener, Strickler, Couch, McKee, Frazee, Sherwood, Portman, Grant, Ridinger, Simmonds, Emery, Osiicr, Free-
land, Nagel, Hollingsworth, Hood, Elsie, Flaherty, Harpster, Ostergaard, Clark, F. Denmead, F.. Denmead, Halpert, Troxell
Cobby. ROVV 2: Spangler, Pete Bowell, Cameron, Cutler, Maxwell, Smith, Bowman, Kieffer, Hess, Iohnson, Gluck, Miller
Harlan, B. Fee, Paul Bowell. ROW 3: Zelle, Grunenwald, Biber, Cramer, Ioseph, N. Eisenbcis, L. Eisenbeis, Lyle, Balling-
er, Boss, Barnes, Bradley, Kauper, Daugherty, Hertel, Fawcett, Pankopf, Hemmenway. ROW 4: Rhyner, C. Campbell
Thompson, YVallace, Short, Carey, Dallas, Rankin, Uhrich, T. Campbell, Bradley, D. Fee. ROW 5: Roberts, Love, Perkins
Herget, Treharnc, Chidester, Reardon, Jewell, Duerr, Stewart, Sawyer. ROVV 6: MacBeth, Denhart, Giconi, McFeaters
There Was Music in he ir at Mt. L.
Yes, there was music in Mt. Lebanon's air. Whether M
it came from the brasses and drums in the stadium,
from the Woodwinds and strings in Mellon auditori-
um, or from the golden throats of our choristers in
the studio, it was music of which we could well be
Setting the pace for a top musical season marched
the band, brilliant in new dazzling white uniforms.
No fan in the football stands failed to swell with pride
as he watched these musicians present their clever
formations and skits at the half. On the more serious
side were the selections played by the band and or-
chestra at the March concert. Here music for every-
one from the "long hairsn to the ajive cutsv was the
theme of a varied and entertaining program.
Once again at the Christmas season Mellon audi-
torium echoed to the inspiring strains of Handel's
Messiah, which was presented in traditional fashion.
In May the combined choruses offered a sharp musi-
cale of peppy songs, dances, and an original script.
Supplementing the main choral groups were our
girls, Triple Trio and boys, Quartet. Their appear-
ances at teas, luucheougy and agselnbljes Wei-Q alwayg Babs thrilled spectators with her fiery baton.
greeted with favor. As good-will ambassadors of mu-
sic, there were none better.
Always 'tt Tm e and on Tme,
FRONT: Coffman, Wise, O'Brien, Green, Adams, lones, Arnold, Corcoran, Hilliard. ROW 2: Bender, Schneider, Welden, Colvin, Christie,
M. Little, Hoehle, Vtfilliams, Van Gundy, MacMain, Wise, Schietinqer, M. McMaster, B. I. Fawcett. ROW 3: Griffiths, Harold, George, Mar'
tin, Rucker, Wilson, Raciappa, Vollmer, Sloman, Kelly. ROW 4: Ball, May, Rimer, Anderson, Rowland, Siedle, Ohlman, Bruce, Orluske,
FRONT: Lynd, Peck, Woeckner, Pratt, Harlan, Phillips, McClain, French, King. ROW 2: I. Shindehette, Welsh, Gardiner, Mottitt, Ziegler,
McCune, Paterson, Marone, Lascheid, Lanfranke, Mihm, Ludwick, Hamilton. ROW 3: I. Blosser, Kappler, McConnel, Rust, Baur, McFee,
Daugherty, Ruthven, Bucher. ROW 4: Nelson, Simpson, Lindberg, Patterson, Maloney, Vecella, Adams, Craig, Rau, Maehling. ROW 5:
Graham, Paar, Dorn, Rybicki, Bramwell, Hurrell, Maue, Gilbert, Hutnaael, I. Little.
FRONT: N. Blosser, Dorman, Cosby, McAfoos, Willis, Knox, Book, M. L. Fawcett, Ruff. ROW 2: Luley, DeGiovanni, Bickel, Work, P. Mc-
Master, Ohleger, Froehlich, Larson, Graul, Yetter, L. Maxwell, Englert. ROW 3: Ebert, Krell, Neal, L. Schindehette, Held, F. Denrnead, E.
Denmead, Kaiser, Goddard. ROW 4: Ball, Hoffman, Clark, Foraker, M2Donnell, Fellows, Flury, Caville.
Musicians Kept Us in cmrmnmy
TRIPLE TRIO QUARTET
These girls were in constant demand lwccausc of their Although quartct members Gluck, Anderson, Campbell,
excellent singing. SEATED: Adams, jones, Vnllmer, and Raciappa only began singing together recently,
Simpson, Bender, MeMain, Furman. STANDING: they have been practicing hard and have had many
VVilliams, Hoehle, Spindler, Orluske, Griffith, Corcoran. public engagements.
FRONT: Nagel, L. Eisenbeis, Hislop, Fawcctt, McKee, Schaffer, Bcrcsi. HOW' 2: llertel, Miller, Bradley, Paul Howell,
XY0lfcrs, X. ljiscnhcis, Peter Bowell, Jcwc-ll, Kaupcr, Spalla, Sawyer, Osiier. ROW' 3: Terman, Campbell, Treharne,
McFeatt-rs, Hcmmenway, Fee, Spangler, Uhrich, Bowman.
Fan and Serqvice
A covered dish dinner, Truth or Conse-
quences program, discussions on everything
from dating to vocations, movies, and, of
course, knitting-where could you find any or
all of these colorful activities going on simul-
taneously? Where else but at a meeting of
that club of clubs-Y-Teens? Sophomores,
juniors and seniors alike, although separated
into four different clubs, worked together for
the common purpose of getting to know them-
selves and others better. Each meeting meant
work to be done, but the evening always
seemed to end in a wave of confusion, as is
usually the way when you get forty or fifty
girls all talking at once. Dances were given,
a Christmas tree trimmed, and before long
the year was at an end, and for the Y-Teens
it had been another full of accomplishments
as well as fun.
CT. to BJ
FRONT: Quinn, Lcih, Rust. BACK: Caw, Powell,
Mullin, Murphy, Larry.
FRONT: McKee, Crissman, VVagner, Maohling.
BACK: Deeter, Ruthven, Dodson, Furman, YVilder
FRONT: Kelly, Carncr, Cunningham, Dougherty.
BACK: McArdlc, Cularski, Vceclla, O,Brien, Mor-
FRONT: Overholt, Marshall, Harpster, Buckley
BACK: Calpass, DcCiovanni, Castmeyer, VVise,
ent' an in an
Adding to the fine record made in years
past, our Hi-Y clubs have had a successful
The Cedar Chapter, sponsored by Mr.
Nllhipkey, Was made up of senior boys, ably
led by their officers and chaplain. Among
their most worthwhile projects were their or-
ganization of the Community Chest Driye
and the Safe Driving Campaign.
The iuniors belonged to the Blue Chapter,
with Nlr. Baines as their sponsor. They, too,
allied themselves with the Hi-Y purpose.
Sophomores joined Mr. Nlitchellis Cold
Chapter when they entered school last fall.
After being organized and initiated, they
started out with a rush of activity.
This spring our combined chapters sent
three representatives to Harrisburg for the
State Model Legislatiye Assembly.
CT. to B.l
The Cedar Hi-Y put the Connnunity Chest Cam-
paign over thc top.
FBONT:Sherrick, Kauper, Hood, Pankopf. BACK:
Beck, Jewell, Mclienney, Mohr, Ellis.
FRONT: Barrett, Bishop, Essick. BACK: Paul
Bowell, Pete Bowell.
FRONT: Clifford, VVirant, Hall. BACK: Biegel,
"You forgive me if I talk plain, but, Katrin,
you are the dramatic one."
The motto of the pro-
perties committee was
"iss goot to vorkf'
c'Unclc Chris would
like to have been a
doctor, but he helped
c r i p p l e s in other
'cUncle Chris is so big
and black, and Mr.
Thorkelson is timid
"But, Jenny, you and
Trina must come. XVe
girls have to stand to-
UAnd in the evenings
Mr. Hyde would read
us wonderful booksf'
alemed Players Game
'il RENIENIBER MAM MAU
For as long as the cast could remember they hadn't
slept, and the stage in Mellon had been home. On
the nights of the performance of the activities play
they couldn't forget their feelings, the Wonderful
stage and the audience. And first and foremost, we'll
never forget I Remember Mama.
The cast included Katrin, Joanne Graham, Bettie
Murphy, Mama, julie Maehling, Ann Clowes, Papa,
Bonnie Spangler, Dagmar, Cerry Henry, Christine,
Mary Bose Bassett, Nanette Nelson, Mr. Hyde, Paul
Anderson, Nels, Harrison Shields, Aunt Trina, Miri-
am Little, Dolores Hasley, Aunt Sigrid, Louise Milli-
gan, Doris Quinn, Aunt jenny, Agnes Porter, Barba-
ra Buerkle, Uncle Chris, Tom Bimer, Jesse, Ioan
Mehlg Mr. Thorkelson, Robert Mohr, Dr. Johnson,
Loel Thompson, Arne, jack Morgan: a Nurse, Beat-
rice Corcoran, another Nurse, Mary Ellen Timber-
lake, Madeline, Shirley Klapper, Dorothy, Carol
VVoodgate, Florence Dana Moorhead, Carol Jones,
Bell-Boy, Robert Caw, Soda Clerk, William Kernahan.
Two Top er ormtmees
"OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY'
Take a case of the measles, add the capture of a
Stowaway, plus a phoney French actor and some bed
bugs-mix well,-and the result was Our H earts Were
Young and Gay.
Although the audience left with aching sides, the
cast had just as much fun rehearsing the senior class
Members of the cast were: Steward, Iohn Button,
Mrs. Skinner, Agnes Porter, Cornelia Otis Skinner,
Miriam Little, Otis Skinner, Ronnie Spangler, Emily
Kimbrough, Anne Archbold, purser, Paul Anderson,
stewardess, Nancy Moffitt, Dick Winters, Loel
Thompson, admiral, joseph Price, Harriet St. john,
Dorothy Fry, VVinifred Blaugh, Anne Clowes, Leo
McEvoy, Don Hoffman, inspector, Doris Quinn, The-
rese, Gerry Henry, Madam Elise, Elizabeth Davis,
Monsieur De la Croix, Webb Castor, window cleaner,
john Daniels, student directors, Dolores Hasley and
"We may hit an icebergli' says ever ready
seem to indicate, "Oh
no! Not those things
"Cornelia, do you hear
Cornelia tries out her
acting ability on the
"Say ahh, Cornelia, so
the doctor can diag-
nose your ease."
Emily seems to be do-
ing some fast talking
in a tight spot.
Prrhlieeuuions Reeorded the Ewen s
TOP L. Art Editor, VVillisg Asst. Lit. Ed., Green, Lit. Ed., Litten, Bus. Mgr., Zephg Circ. Mgr., Hcidenreichg Ed.-in-
Chief, Miller. TOP R. LITERARY CSeatedD Murphy, Quinn, Johnston, F. Kappler, Franklin, Volhner, Anderson,
Marshall. fStandingD Dickerson, Colwill, Gooding, S. Kappeler, Uhrieh, Storch, Klabcr, Treharne, Ch destcr,
Furman. BOTTOM L. BUSINESS CSeatedD Zcph Townsend. CStandingD Peoples, Locke, Linn, VVagner, Clowes,
Ludwiek. BOTTOM R. ART QScatedD Forster, WVillis. iStandingJ Copctas, Leib, VVilson, Book, Weimcr.
The 1950 Log gave us ringside seats to the
most stupendous show ever presented. Act one
found us watching clowns merrily wave sub-
scription blanks as they pursued everything on
two feet. With bated breath we watched act
two display our skillful business staff, garbed as
tightrope walkers, balancing the budget.. In act
three the spotlight fell on our editors, imperson-
ating acrobats, no less, gaily swinging from tra-
peze to trapeze ever aiming higher to produce a
better yearbook. Amid these breath-taking
scenes, photographers with ladders and flash
bulbs strove to catch this gay panorama of
events of an exciting year. Now as tent flaps
close and weary performers trudge off to their
bunks, another year has been recorded in the
pages of this Log.
STAFF: Barron, McC1'idden, Trcharne, Miller, Rimer, Kurtz, Leech, YVilson, Henecker, YVy1'ough, Neal, Book, Storch,
Phillips, Block, Rowland. WVRITERS: Drayne, Thompson, Meisel, Ballinger, Hurrell, Lynd, Harness, Kovac, Maloney.
of tm Uiuitsttumdiing
VVhenever a student or faculty member want-
ed to read the latest school news, he looked to
the Lantern. Room 208 was a beehive of activ-
ity and confusion just before the paper went to
press. Reporters, editors, and photographers
rushed madly to meet the deadline set by Miss
McLaughlin, able faculty sponsor.
Assuming much of the responsibility for the
paper were jean Hulse and Nancy Meyers, fea-
ture and managing editors, who did everything
from copy-reading to reporting.
The Devilette, an inserted feature of the Lan-
tern, was mimeographed in the school. Full of
hot tips and humorous notes, it sizzled with the
XVhen students heard the welcome words,
"The Lantern Shines Tonight," the decks were
cleared for action as they rushed to their home-
rooms for the latest copy.
Miss Elliott has a step-child who demands
much of her attention, it is the Mounty, literary
magazine of the school. In it you find the litera-
ry efforts of students who are proud of their
short stories, essays, and poems. Any night after
school you might find a Mounty writer or typist
trying to patch up a story or typing a yellow
stencil. "Mounty Dayv came almost once a
month this year, and it kept the entire staff bust-
ling to get the magazine stapled before the
dead-line. Their mascot, the Mounty Mole, was
the clown of the troupe, and his corny capers
and zany acrobatics enlivened many a staff
EDITORS Meyers. Iloffnian, Hulse, Clemens, Hammond.
REPORTERS CHow IQ Hyman, Mihm, Heidenreieh, Murphy
VVagner, Hasley. tRow :ZJ Phillips, Gibbons, Longenecker, Litten
Forster. tRow SJ Mc-Caulcy, Carey, Rust, VVise, Quinn, Brown
tRow 42 joseph, Maehling, Storeh, Vollmer, Colvin, Clowes. BUS-
INESS tSeatedJ Farquhar, Behen, Zeph, Streine, Locke. CStand-
ingj Creehan, Shiverdeeker, VV. jones, Vet-ella, B. Brown, Town-
send, Carpenter, Castmeyer, Marone.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FRONT: Franklin, Miller, Murphy, Karlovitz, Book, Willis. ROVV 2: Hulse, Myers, Hoehle, McMaster, Heine, Woodgate,
Tully, Leech. ROW 3: Litten, Archbold, Allsop, Rimer, Gorr, Uhrich, Colwill, Treharne, Mullin. ROWV 4: Dicker-
son, Raciappa, Jewell, Punkopf, Witney, Mclienney, Sherrick, Carpenter, Reardon.
Recognition Was Gziqven
QUILL AND SCROLL
FRONT: Gray, Schreiner, Daley.
BACK: Fox, Hickman, Corcoran, Ros-
leld, Hulse, Rimer, Herrmann
The Activities Assembly held February
third brought honors to many deserving
students. There were the lucky few who
received the little gold pins that symboliz-
ed National Honor Society. Membership
in this organization is the highest honor
that a high school student can achieve. Ac-
tivities keys were awarded to those who,
after months of hard work on a committee
or squad, scraped together the last two
points to make ninety. A few ambitious
people even managed to earn the two hun-
dred points necessary for a guard. Next
came our brawny football and cross-coun-
try stars, as they paraded in front of the
footlights to receive their letters and nu-
merals. For outstanding work on publica-
tions a few had their names recorded on
the rolls of Quill and Scroll, which is a
notable literary honor for high school stu-
QTOPD Deserving seniors who received guards at the end of the first
semester were: Uhrich, Miller, Divine, Rimer, Treherne. CBOTTOMD
There was a continual parade across stage as students receivd awards.
to Worth Sttttlents
FRONT: Protas, Meyers, Murphy, Little, Zeph, Porter, Carey, Rust, Davis, Woodgate, Arehbold. ROW 2: Heidenreieh, Miller,
Allsop, Wyrough, Litten, Hoehle, Leech, Fawcett, McMaster, Clowes, Longeneeker, Kappeler. ROW 3: Franklin, Albright,
Hulse, Frazee, Vollmer, Williams, Treharne, Divine, Fellows, Johnston, Kurtz, Karlovitz, Mullin, Maloy, Wallace, Stapleton.
ROW 4: Beresi, Jewell, MeFcaters, Pankopf, Rimer, Colwill, Uhrich, Cramer, Carpenter, Reardon, McSteen, Corr, Talcott,
Hunger tries for two points against Mt. Lebo's
old rival, Dormont.
Thrill to the death-
defying deeds of our
Sports onor Roi
The following were voted 'Smost outstundingv in their respective sports.
Coll 1949-Larry Lund Cross Country- jerry Gilbert Rifle-Bob Carpenter
Baseball 1949-Torn Beugun Football-WVa1ter Corr Track Qfieldl 1949-Don Minilian
Soccer 1949-Ken Ball Track Ctruekb-1949-Bernie Lu- Basketball-jim Corbett
Tennis 1949-Bill Howe teruncik
CIRCLES: Bernie Kelly and Mel Simon were honorary co-captains. TOP: Coaches were inoinenturily worried. CHEER
LEADERS: These nine girls cheered the Mounties on to fame and glory: CFRONTD Christie, Allsop, Hillman, Little
Kappeler: CBACKD Chile, Cingcrich, Hennessy, Smith. FIELD: Under the lights our athletic field presented a bril
Capturing W,PQ QAQL. Trophy Q Q 0
"Mt L. 7
'Mt L. 34
i'Mt. L. 34
Mt. L. 19
Mt. L. 28
'Mt L. 12
t'Mt. L. 27
Mt. L. 21
. . . . . .Perry
. . . .Munhall
Our Blue and Gold gridders pulled a few sur-
prising tricks out of the hat this year, bettering
last yearis record and turning what promised to
he a poor season into one of the best in our grid-
iron history. Overcoming a lack of experience
with lots of spirit, the Leho lads won all their
league games and became the dark horse in the
race for the AA crown. However, because of
the point system, they lost out to BlcKeesport in
the play-off with New Castle.
FRONT: Cox, Cosby, O,Connor, Coss, Ceis, Gorr, Kelley, Johnson, Palcho. ROVV 2: Hamill, Billingsley, Sebring, Hay-
mond, Cusick, Simon, VVard Jones, Rosser, McConnell, Klaber, Hartman, S. Corbett. ROW 3: Braker, Langdon, Liadis,
Blatt, Ceminer, Murphy, McStecn, Beck, Keegan, Kirk, Bradway, Semmer, Libertc. ROW 4: Waldo jones, L. Jones, Raf-
faele, Hutchins, Fairgrievc, Schramm, VVilliams, Smith, Canaga.
Underdog Mormtzies Surprised Fdns
The only blot on the perfect record was the
loss of the opener to Waynesburg, which seems
to defy explanation by fans, players, and even
coaches. Fortunately, however, the Blue Devils
bounced back the next week by trouncing Perry
and then South Hills the following week in ex-
The AA games were sprinkled with thrillers.
In the first one the Mounties had a tough time
downing a Penn team as the score see-sawed G-0
Penn, 7-6 Mounties, 13-12 Mounties, and finally
19-12 Mt. Lebanon over Penn.
The VVilkinsburg game featured two spectac-
ular runs, Gorifs 90 yard pass interception and
Billingsleyrs 60 yard end run as the Blue Devils
squeaked by 12-7.
The last tribute paid the team was by their
never satisfied Mr. Beckert, who said he had
never coached a finer bunch of boys or been
more satisfied with a football season.
FRONT: Kenny Gardner, Long
Portman, Lightner, Bill Gardiner
Petrelli, Johnson, Murton, Burner
Graham. ROVV 3: Manning, Parlette
Nec, Bennett, Brown, VVilson, Dunn
McCartan, Menke, Cardillo, Murray
Bockstoce, Paff, Semak. ROW 2:
Roddy, Gorham, Englert. ROW 4.
Butler, Humphreys, Clutter, Bland-
Corbelff R05-,Ser ' Simon Beck
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Billingsley bites the dust
1st-Mt.L. 41 .......,..., 2nd-Washington 19
Ist-Mt. L. 52 . .,..... 2nd-Washington 31V2
Ist-Mt. L. 58 ........., 2nd-Wilkinsburg 42
1st-Mt. L. SSW1 ....... 2nd-VVashington 24V2
Experiencing one of the best seasons in the
high school's history, Coach Don Mollenauer's
thinclads displayed fine form by remaining un-
defeated in every meet. Climaxing their string of
victories, the Mounties reclaimed the W.P.I.A.L.
crown lost to Wilkinsbilrg the previous year.
Giving local track fans a preview of what was
to come, Mt. Lebanon copped a quadrangular
meet at Schoonmaker Hall and then went on to
dominate the large field of contenders entered
in the Tri-State Coaches Association Meet.
In their initial meet of the outdoor season, the
trackmen defeated Carrick for their first of six
wins in dual and triangular contests. The Blue
Devils proved that they were the team to beat
when they won the W.P.I.A.L. Relays Carnival
for the eighth consecutive year by more than
doubling the points of their nearest opponent.
FRONT: jones, Denman, Mahoney, Blumfcldt, J. Billingsley. ROVV 2: Rosser, Bruning, Tilbrook, Farquhar,
Metzger, Davis,Sl1ux'c,Younkins, Luterancik. ROVV 3: Millington, Else, Morian, Veazcy, B. Buck, Garson,
Swanson, Sebring, Minihan, Coach Mo1lenauer.ROW 4: VVl1clun, Bonner, McKee, D. Murphy, Craig, Camp-
bell. Joyce, McStccn, Kelley.
Nlt. L. 84 5X6 ,,.,. Wilkinslullrg 20
lst-Mt. L. 5692, 2nd-Cen. Catholic 27
Nlt. L. 71 ,..,......... Carrick 47
Mt. L. 88 .. ,..,. Clairton 39
Mt. L. 81 .. ......... Penn 46
Nlt. L. 70 .. ..... McKeesport 57
Mt. L. 87 ....... Washington 4232
Mt. L. 82 ., .,,.,. Dormont 45
McStcen streaks to victory. I
Tracltmen Regoined W. P., I., A., L. Crown
Ambridge I5 5X6
Canonsburg ll 1.63
Tri-State Coaches Meet
The high jumping trio of Billingsley, Buck, and
Denman totaled 17 ft. I in. to establish a new
record for the Relay ledger. Then came the
XVashington Invitational Meet, followed by the
Independent Districts and two more champion-
ships were added to the squad's impressive re-
cord. Completing the grand slam, the Moun-
ties collected 331A points to dethrone Wilkins-
burg and recapture the NV.P.I.A.L. champion-
Qualifying for the P.I.A.A. Championship at
Penn State were Luterancik, Denman, McSteen,
and Minihan, who placed first in their events in
the W.P.I.A.L. meet.
The "49,' season showed a well-rounded team
of great ability. Coach Mollenauer depended
upon Billingsley and Swanson in the sprints.
Mounty sprinters fail in close 220 yd. dash.
Outstanding quarter-milers were Denman, Til-
brook, Corr, and Younkins. Luterancik, Shave,
Craig, Murphy, McKee, Gilbert, and Sebring
made up the all important distance squad. Ad-
ding points in every meet, F arquhar, McSteen,
and Davis specialized in the hurdles. In the
field events, the Mounties, weight men were
Morian, jones, Metzger, and Bosser. Millington
and Kelley threw the javelin while Billingsley,
Buck, and Denman ncleared the barn in the high
jump event. Perfectionists in the pole vault were
Minihan and Blumfeldt.
Clocked at 4:35.-l, Luterancik set a new school
record for the mile that is slated to stand for
quite some time. Dave McSteen also cracked a
school record when he ran the 220 yard hurdles
in 23.1 seconds.
Lutcrancik carries baton in
Pacing the indoor hurdlers,
Warm Weather Sportsman
FRONT: Mahoney, Garson, VVhelan, Thomas, Gilbert, XVyndham, VVilson, Pete Bowell, Kortncr. ROVV 2:
Coach Mollcnauer, Miller, B. Smith, Gardner, Giordano, Else, Burns, Hayes, Button, Barrett.
' JUNIOR VARSITY '
FRONT: D,Alessandro, Zelle, Nordquist, Patterson, Sta dleman, Kraft, Burton, Matthews, Nagy, Mastandrea.
ROW 2: Crytzer, Roxbrough, LaBrenz, Buzzard, Gorr, Terlnan, Roberts, Buchanan, VValsh, Keen, Coach Mol-
The gradual decline in cross country running material
hit its peak in '49 as the Mountie harriers fell victim to a
4-3 losing streak. Senior runners were overshadowed by
such juniors as Giordano and Bowell, who represented Mt.
Lebanon at State College. With the formation of an all
sophomore junior varsity, Coach Mollenauer anticipates
better teams in future seasons.
Mi. L. 20. . .Canonsburg 35 Mt. L. 39 .... Ambridge I6
Mt. L, I5 ,,.,..... Penn 40 Mt. L. 20 ...New Castle 35
Mt. L. 15 N. Kensington 40 Mt. L. 29 ..... Aliquippa 26
Mt. L. 30. . .Connellsvillc 25
lst , , . . . .Ambridge 3rd ..,.,, .,.. C onnellsville
2nd .. . Aliquippa 4th . ........... New Castle
:nth ..,......... Mt. Lebanon
Giordano leads the "pack, in important clual meet.
Tlurcc Mountie harricrs break the tape in a dead heat.
and Their Ups and Downs
Our tennis team was under a handicap before
the season began last spring and did much better
than their 2-6 record suggests. Because their
courts were being repaved they began their season
with no practice at all and had no home matches.
M,t. L. 0 . . . . . .5 Brentwood 5 . . .... 0 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 2. .... 3 Shadyside 4 .,.. 1 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 0 .. . .... 5 Edgewood 5 . . . .... U Mt. L.
Mt. L. 5 . . . . . .0 XVilkinsburg 1 . . . . . .4 Mt. L.
Although losing the play-off match tor the sec-
tion V championship to Baldwin, the golf team,
under the direction of Mr. Burrows, experienced
another successful season in 1949. Captain Larry
Lund represented Mt. L. in both XV.P.1.A.L. and
state championship meets.
Mt. L. 612 ..... Sli Brentwood 4 .... . . .11 Mt. L.
fvlt. L. 812 .,,.. 612 Baldwin Qhfz.. .... 5512 Kit. L.
Nlt. L. 8 . ...7 Mlxnhzlll 1 ..... ..., 1 4 lvlt. L.
Section V Play-off V
Baldwin ..,. . . . Mt. Lebanon ..... . . . 6
Wagner, Beresi, Mr. Doalc,
Biglram, B. Johnson, Lund,
Mr. Burrows, Davis, D. Jones,
Dee beats the peg at third.
Mt. L. 480 ,..,
Mt. L. 486 ....
Mt. L. 487 ..,.
Mt. L. 490 ..,,
Mt. L. 493 ,.,.
Mt. L. 493 ..,.
Millvale . . 487.
Aspinwall . .488
Munhall . . .500
Oakmont , ,500
Etna ..., .494.
Coraopolis . 499
. . . . ,482-Beaver
O her Sports Added
Mt. Lcbanon's first venture into soccer proved an
exceptionally successful one, as the Mounties upset
team after team. Coached by Mr. Davis and Mr. Ma-
lone, they won a shot at the championship in a play-
off game with South Fayette and though they lost
this, the season was still a success.
Matched with such teams as Oakmont, Munhall,
and Coraopolis, the Mountie marksmen experienced
another losing season by dropping ten matches and
winning only three. In the second match with Oak-
mont, the visitors turned in a remarkable score of
500. Mr. Streams resumed his pre-War post as coach
of the squad this year.
Mall, Cox, Coach Clark.
FRONT: Baer, Dickinson, We
Caulcy, Peckham, Can 158.
ROW 2: Beagan, Pankopf, Mc
Chee, Mervosh, Cusick, Hrck
ett, Markson, Dee. ROVV 3
Rumberger, Beck, Lowell, Mc
Kenney, Bradway, Murphy
FRONT: Miller, Storhohn, 1'
ley, O,Farrell, Happe, K. Bill
Lcber, Mooney. ROW 2
Coach Davis, Campbell, Hizel
Lubosky, May, Denigan, Mr
Malone. ROXV 3: Smith, C11
mer, Ball, Marcin, YVillough
by, Stimmel, Biber Kalber
to UL Fine eeortl
Mt. L. 2 ..,. O Turtle Creek U ....,.. 2 Mt. L,
Mt. L. 1 .... 0 Bridgeville 3 ,.,.... 3 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 3 .,.. 1 Snowden 0 ..,.... 2 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 1 .,,. 1 Monesson O ....... 2 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 3 .,.. 0 Clark 2 ..,,.,. 2 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 3 .... 2 S. Fayette 5 ......, O Mt. L.
After an impressive 18-0 Win over YVilkinsburg
in the first game of the season, the Blue and
Gold nine cooled off to Win only five of their
ten section encounters. Leading the Mounties
in batting, third baseman Tom Beagan was
chosen as the most valuable player.
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Mt. L. 10
FRONT: Mr. Streams, Reardon, Carpenter Bridlev
BACK: Reagan, Balch, Fee, Sargent, Thompson
6 Munhall 12 . . , 11
3 Duquesne 6 , . , Q
4 McKecsport 9 , . . 4
2 Clairton 6 , . . 7
i .... .... W ilkinsburg 0
CTOP L.D Chess: Har-
ness, McAuslan, Mal-
colm, Clemens, Block.
QTOP BJ Stimmcl cle-
fends the Lebo goal in
mud battle with Snow-
CBOTTOM LJ Intra-
mural basketball champi-
ons: Ryan, Harmon, Mc-
Stcen, Dalton, Carson,
CBOTTOM RJ Coach
"Leftyv Davis gives
some pointers during
break in game at South
. . . . . . , . .Homesteld 9
The spectators watch with anticipation as Keegan's
push shot heads for the hoop.
Although uniinpressive in exhibition games, the
Mountie hoopsters overcame an early season slump
to finish second in W.P.I.A.L. Section V competition
and set a new scoring record of 71 points in a non-
scheduled game with Oliver.
The squad showed signs of having another me-
diocre season as they dropped five of their first
seven contests, but local court fans were soon given
encouragement as the Mountie quintet came
through to defeat Baldwin in their first W.P.I.A.L.
tilt. Coach K'Speed,' Clarkps proteges continued to
dominate their section foes by easily downing Dor-
mont and Clark. Their first important loss was a
heartbreaker as Brentwood erased a 7 point margin
and pulled ahead in the final minutes to hand Mt.
Lebanon a 47 to 44 defeat. Continuing their im-
proved play, the Blue Devils again stopped Bald-
win, but then Dormont took advantage of an off
night and spoiled the Mounties' hopes of a section
title by grinding out a 43 to 40 Win.
Following an easy victory over Clark, Mt. Leb-
anon and Brentwood clashed in the final game of
the year. Brentwood, with no losses, was assured
of the section title but needed the victory to estab-
lish a school record. Playing their best game of the
Hoopszters Showed Form and Figli
FRONT: Pankopf, Kec-
gan, Murphy, Boyle.
ROVV 2: Smith, Brad-
way, Coss, Witt. ROW
3: Coach Clark, Slack,
Hunger, Swanson, Cor-
year, the Mounties turned the tables and in the
last few minutes netted two foul shots to win by
two points. The over-all season record showed 12
wins and 9 losses.
Sparking the tea1n's fine play were such seniors
as jim Corbett, pivot man and high scorer
with 214 points, Bob Runger, 6'4" center, work-
horse under the boards, and runner-up in scoring
with 208 markers, Dick Swanson, fourth in scoring
and the squad's other front man, and Al Pankopf,
fine play maker and ball handler. juniors XVitt,
Keegan, Murphy, Smith, Bradway, and Slack prov-
ed to be bright prospects for next year's team.
Under the tutoring of Mr. T allman the B squad
dropped I3 contests while winning 8.
SCHEDULE SECTION V
Baldwin-38 . . . 40 Mt. L. 43 . . . 34-Baldwin
Brentwood-47 .44 Mt. L. 44 , . , 42-Brentwood
Dormont-34 . . 43 Mt. L. 40 . . . 43-Dormont
Clark-35 ..... 42 Mt. L. 44 .... 30HClark
m Successful Season
QTOPD "Smitty" works the ball nearer the basket
KBOTTOMD "Moose" Corbett scores on easy lay-up
FRONT: Brown, Long,
Schraunin, Clutter. ROXV
2: Puff, Dunn, Hartzcl,
Hutchins, Labrenz. ROVV
3: Harvey, Saxton. Wil-
liams, Menke, Fairgricvc.
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the girls took their fling in the af-
ter-school sports. Almost everyone
was on 21 team, but after the smoke
of battle had cleared, it was de-
termined that the team captained
by Carol Wfoodgate had won the
The G.A.A. Dessert in February
was another high spot. VVerenSt
Dark and Stormy Nightl' and
the other skits and songs a howl?
Bowling, badminton, and volley
ball highlighted the rest of our
sports year. Finally Play Day with
its colored streamers and new
games rounded out another suc-
FRONT: Miller, Kappler, Ryerson. HOW 2: Maloy, VVilder, Kayser, Beck
Wloodgate. ROVV 3: Divine CProsidentP, Kelly, Miss Descaunets, Archbold
The lobby was the meeting place for all students
sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Step right up and
see 'a brilliant troupe
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10-1 MISS THOMPSON
Leo McCrory, Shirley Donley, Florence Opferman, Suzanne Huber,
Roslyn Friend, Joyce Roberts, Joan Dougherty, Agnes Atchison,
Paul Himmelrich, Grace Peoples, Ann Carpenter, Jo Ann Brown, Jean-
nie Dallas, Marie Caville, Kathryn Seibel, Joan Faust, Irene Block,
Norma Kohlmeyer, Robert Walsh.
Edgar Timothy, John McEwan, Tom Blandford, Jim Siple, Joe Stadel-
man, Ronald Bachmann, Robert Hudson, Franklyn Mastandrea, John
10-2 MISS NESBITT
Nancy Gill, Joanne Rall, Mary Harrington, Doris McAfoos, Carol Au-
gust, Eileen McKibben, Ruth Hennessy, Julie Whitney, Linda Kelly,
Pat Harlan, Louise Milligan.
George Hulse, Jim Murray, Bryan Buchanan, Shirley Hislop, Emmy
Lou Denmead, Peggy Ann Klimcheck, Beverley Nagy, Jim Viskochil,
Bill Nagy, Jack Crytzer, Kenny Gardner, Al Johnson, Jim Portman,
John McCartan, Joe Semak, Tom Nee.
10-3 MISS MANNING
Linda Shoop, Beverly Buerkle, Peggy Dickenson, Daryle Wolfers, Nan-
cy Perkins, Janet McKee, Suzanne Holland, Anne Schietinger, Jane
Gerry McCauley, Bob Jeffrey, Arthur Murton, Barbara Ballinger Aud-
rey Vecella, Jean Adams, Barbara Brown, Joan Fulghum, Tom Gor-
ham, Bob Hall.
Willard Lusk, Don Clifford, Paul Grunenwald, Bill Lightner, Dick
Johnston, John Drgon, Gerald Butler, Bob Swearingen, John Riegel.
10-4 MISS RIGHTMIRE
Don Malcolm, Frances Denmead, Judy Dodson, Hope Hodnette, Pat
Gularski, Lois Schramm, Sally Garner, Nellie Kirley, Christine Austin,
Margaret VVork, Nancy Ebert, Doug Terman.
John Linkhauer, Bob McMann, Kitty F lury, Ruth Lease, Nancy Roth-
enhoefer, Carolyn Campbell, Sue O,Brien, Monnie Adams, Betsy Mc-
Coy, Marian Myers, Chip Crater, Dick Foley.
Arthur Gorr, Richard Madden, Marshall Dougherty, Searl Dunn, Fos-
ter Rankin, Bob Humphreys, Ted Bennett, Ronald Short, Marshall
Brown, Alfred Wardle, Pete Jenner.
10-5 MR. GOODWIN
Janet Cameron, Nancy Dougherty, Mary NVunderly, Joan Ziegler, Jean
Kimball, Helen Cunningham, Mary Balch, Nancy Thompson, Betty
Lou F oraker, Angela Roppollo.
Bob Bucker, Frank Brand, Sara Lees, Mary McMurry, Joan Little,
Louise Hyde, Nancy Airhart, Ed Reddy, Thomas Manning.
Rodney Simmonds, Dave Ekedahl, Bob Roxbrough, Bob Heineman,
Dave Johnson, Bob Graham, Dave Weimer, Harrison Shields.
10-6 MISS PATTERSON
Lillie Lou Elsey, Lois Baldizar, Janet Replogle, Katy Goddard, Jeanne
Hobbs, Sheila Graul, Nancy MacDonald, Mary Lou King, Johanna
Nancy O'Meara, Paul Wirant, Darryl Brednich, Dick Osiier, Larry
Johnson, Don Long, Charles Leonard, Jack Morgan, John Sloan, Ann
Row 3: Donna DeGiovanni, Bill Alter, Barbara Clarke, Bob Burdette,
Mary Ellen Timberlake, Roger Yarhouse, Pat Mane, Dick Shields,
Mary Alice Kieffer, Peggy Lou Buckley.
10-7 MR. MITCHELL
Row 1' Mary Grace DiSalvio, Becky Kaiser, Jean Hofrichter, Roberta Cosby,
Joan Francis, Paul Damon, Stuart Speaker, Jim Baum, Jack Renton,
Marcia Beard, Blanche Cora, Nancy Cochrane.
Row 2: Bruce Patton, Bob Buzzard, Jim Coull, Glenn Rhyner, Don Williams,
Ed Eld, Al Wilson, Bob Bruce, Charles Parlette, Dan Saxton, Jim La-
Row 3: Ray Englert, John Green, Don Frazer, Frank Kirsopp, Bill Gardner,
Jim Roberts, John Zelle, George Rybicki, Ronald Menke, John Pullets,
' 10-8 MR. MEHNER
Row 1: Valerie Ivory, Shirley Hartline, Barbara Lowry, Lois Schindehette,
Nancy Talvick, Margie Arthurs, Eleanor May, Carol Coyne, Margie
Row 2: Don Cartwright, Roy Haddox, Bill Keen, Sally Gilbert, Sue Sturgis,
Madeline Beard, Jim Ogden, Andy Spalla, Edward Driessen.
Row 3: John Carley , Ben Chester, Jerry Clutter, Terry Bigham, Angelo Notte,
Ralph Bockstoce, John Spangler.
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Joan Russo, Pat Martin, Sally Farquhar, Martha Ann Stutt, Jo Ann
Wise, Helen Jones, Ann Bowman, Shirley Kirchner, Ann Godsey, Sally
Dick Hall, Ernie D,Alessandro, Ken Martin, Norman Petrelli, Joanne
Welden, Jo Ann Gastmeyer, Margaret Schoos, Patt Hufnagel, Carol
Streine, Alex Cora, Tom Connors.
Tom Catanzaro, Bob Cherry, Mario Giconi, Jay Holmes, Bill Hassel,
John Paff, Bob Baierbach, Norwood McNulty, Herbert Siegel, Jack
VVilson, Dick Brien.
10-10 MISS THORPE
Barbara Frank, Mariann Sherick, Beth Overholt, Donna Cunningham,
Kay Ketchum, Barbara Bauer, Nancy Lee Calpass, Margie Marshall,
Mary Jane Martin.
Joan Bain, Vera Barone, Judy Protas, Ruth Hoffman, Janice Sippell,
Joyce Axelson, Joan Krieger, Carol Caughey, Mary Lou Harpster.
Jamie Macbeth, Duncan McConnell, Bruce Meyer, Charles Matthews,
Don Bumer, Eugene Meehan, Anthony Hervet, Jack Van Camp, Wil-
10-11 MR. STREAMS
Carolyn Van Gundy, Pat McMaster, Joan Krut, Margie Hawkins, Lor-
ine Barry, Joan Thomas, Rosemarie Greb, Beatrice Guiliani, Marlene
Arthur Nordquist, Barbara Ball, Doris Knox, Nancy Rau, Polly Ann
McDonald, Marcia Harpster, Patrice Flaherty, Lorraine Poe, Gloria
Worthington, Gary Aston.
Jack Brown, Herbert Hervet, Mervin English, Bruce Marra, Paul Car-
dillo, Ronald Burton, John Cowles, Donald Shaw, Ronnie Jones.
11-1 MR. BROMBERICK
Marilyn Paar, Lenore Meister, Carol Couch, Paula Grimm, Joan Pierce,
Betty Lou Gibbons, Betty Balke, Joan F erraro, Lois Sanders.
James Lynn, Jack Sommerfeld, Leo Liberto, Sue Yarger, Barbara
Brown, Barry O,Donnell, Jim Braker, Jerry Hinger.
Mac Canaga, Dick Moore, Jack Smith, Jerry Sullivan, Ben Harvey,
Walter Lyman. '
11-2 MISS SMITH
Row 1. Mary Simpson, Betty George, Elaine WVicke, Trudy Meisel, Io Mihm,
Carol Orluske, josey Phillips, Betty jane Fawcett, Tay Strickler, Mitzi
Row 2. Wayne Peternel, Charles Wyndham, Sally Lyle, Donna Ball, Sally
Miller, Virginia Beck, Roxanna Ryman, Bud Glenn.
Row 3 Dick Bradway, Tom Gemmer, Knute Hartman, Rogers Wood, jim
Storey, Stanley Corbett, Tom McGreevey, Jim Glenn.
11-3 MR. WHIPKEY
Row 1' Marilyn Van Voorhis, Ada joseph, Barbara Sue House, Barbara Ham-
mond, Mary Sargent, Mary Ioan Patterson, Shirley Christie, Linnea
Lindberg, Mary Ellen McClellan.
Row 2' Don Mackey, George Balch, Betsy Dodson, june Rogers, Stephanie
Morris, Ianet Thuransky, Winston Mergott, Bob Rankin.
Row 3' Tom Foley, joe Swain, Aiden Hatton, Chuck Williams, Herb Cox, jim
Blatt, Al Marcin, Drew Higgins.
11-4 MISS GROVE
Row 1. Lois Cunningham, Barbara Gooding, Margaret Green, Ioan Aton, Carol
Avery, Nancy Fry, Ann Hertel, Caryl Iohnston.
Row 2- Irvin Happe, Ward Barnes, june Francis, Barbara Bulger, Barbara
Buerkle, Ann Lofquist, Doriene Deeter, Nick Malcolm, Dick Cortes.
Row 3: Paul Murphy, jim Beavis, Paul Bowell, Richard Klaber, Stuart Hem-
menway, Bill Hyams, Fred Hammer, Ronnie Clemens.
11-5 MISS ELLIOTT
Row 1. Martha Ludwick, Claire Koller, Nancy McLain, Mary Anne Whelan,
Barbara Coffman, Nanette Nelson, Betty Miller, joan Pratt, Adda May
Row 2' Jack Harness, Iim Ruckert, joan Furman, Ioanne Graham, Marcia
Storch, Muriel Henderson, Paul Austin, David Thomas.
Row 3. Dick Phillips, Peter Bowell, Bob Barrett, Lloyd VVaite, Bob F airgrieve.
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11-6 MISS VVHINNIE
Rosemary Sweeney, Marjorie Forster, Eileen Dorman, Marianne Mac-
Main, Donna Crissman, Mary Ann Peck, Flo Kappler, Nancy Volz,
Dick McConnell, Mary Grace Shenkel, Elaine Barrett, Shirley Gustav-
son, Edwina Hurrell, Margaret Spindler, Lee VVilder, Peggy Linn,
Bob Wilson, Peter Boss, Neil Essick, Bob Witt, jerry O,Donnell, Bill
Boyle, jim Sieger.
11-7 MISS BECK
Hazel Hamilton, Leona Craig, jean Armstrong, Marilyn Froehlich,
Mary Ann Lynd, Harriet Bell, Nancy Lees, Betsy Shipley, Mary Mc-
Kee, Audrey Welsh.
Don Nagel, Bill Fleischauer, jim Bishop, Roger Brown, George
Schramm, Waldo jones, Lee Ross, john O,Farrell.
Dick Anderson, Richard Auhl, Bob johnson, Bob Kortner, Clair Buck,
Bob Gardner, Tom Clair, Dave Rosenberg.
11-8 MISS ZAHNISER
Lynn Ruthven, Sara VVhite, Claire Zehfuss, Betty McElroy, Becky Fee,
Shirley Lock, Barbara F endryck.
julie Maehling, Gordon Storholm, Bill Brodmerkel, Ronald Murphy,
jack McEwen, Ted Siedle, Mary Rose Bassett.
Bruce Campbell, Ed Stewart, Dave Caldwell, Roy Wissler, Bill
11-9 MR. DOAK
Paul Austin, Mary jo Ryerson, Carlene Gregory, Emma Yetter, Mar-
jorie Sloman, Bob Friend.
Howard Adams, joe Ziegler, Dick Tussy, Rod Erikson, Raymond Le-
ber, john MCCaskey, jim Bolin.
Gil Hamill, Bob Mitchell, Bill Fleming, Bill Zehfuss, Dick Lusk, Dave
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11-10 MR. DENBOWV
1: Rory Ciranni, Marian Scott, Midge Helland, Mary Ann Hogsett, Iane
Powers, Sandra VVoeckner, Dorothy Huston, Shirley Liddle.
2: Ed Roop, Joe Raffaele, Particia Maloney, Susan Wagner, Eleanor Mc-
Kenzie, Lorraine Maxwell, janice Palm, jim Love, john Coughlin.
3: Fred Simpson, Dick Squires, Sebastian Russo, Dave F arrell, Shelby
Reaves, Jerry Langhart, Bill Klocke, Clyde Longenecker.
11-11 MISS ROECCE
1: Pat Pierce, Ruth Fineman, Harriet Albert, Sally Noel, Pat Snyder,
Nancy Lee Dickinson, Norma Chile, Ioyce Hildebrand, Gretchen
2: Bill Maines, Tom Langdon, Ruth Craig, Carol Sturgis, Eleanor Hatch,
Larry Iones, Ronald Consilio, john Hollingsworth.
3: Lee Smith, George Liadis, Bill Eggers, Varod VVright, Bob Billingsley,
11-12 MR. RAINES
1: Lee Petris, Iessie Jones, Gretchen Troxell, Ioan Friday, Lorraine Krell,
Sally Shafer, Pat Lightbown, Loreen Bender, Carol Ernst, Peggy Min-
2: Wally Workmaster, Lois Eckert, Judy Stark, Barbara Beck, Helen
Miller, Mareen Barrett, La Verne Dierlcer, Holly McClain, Ed Kane.
3: Richard Marlin, Wally Giordano, Bob Hutchins, Jim Herget, Iack
Ohlman, Sam VValton, Iim Kirk, Bert Smith, Bob Leis.
11-13 MR. GILBERT
1: Katherine Bellaver, Mildred Haas, Sally Cordon, Lois Seiler, Nancy
Blosser, Eileen Smith, Sarah Kayser, Mary Lou Taggart, Leslie Lang.
' Norville Meyer, jim Snyder, Marlene Roell, Barbara Bacon, Marian
Bidden, jack Hartzell, Carl Smith, Peter Marie.
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LO UIS W. ADAMS
Our sports announcer . . . gives all the girls a whirl.
Sportscaster P. A. Announcer.
The silent partner . . . always calm and colleclezl.
Intramural Basketball Lunch Traffic.
ELIZABETH SHERVVOOD ALBRIGHT
IVell known in girls sports . . . fame will be hers.
ROBERT JAMES AIRHART
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Majorette, Vtfays 6. Means, Cv.A.A. Council, Honor Roll, Home
Room Officer, Activities Key.
ALEEN JANE ALLSOP
Great combination of beauty and brains.
Head Cheerleader, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lost :S Found,
PAUL B. ANDERSON
Quite a ladies, man . . . Mt. Lebanonfs Ezio Pinza.
Chorus, Operetta, Activities Play, Log, Sportscaster, Devotional
ANNE VVINTER ARCHBOLD
"Archie', rates many nicknames . . . likes Allegheny.
Ways :Sr Means, G.A.A. Council, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer,
Red Cross Committee, Activities Key.
The neeclle and thread occupy her leisure minutes.
Library, G.A.A., Needle G Thread, Home Room Program Commit-
JANE ELIZABETH BACKINGER
If smiles were a dime a dozen, Janie woulcl be rich.
Ways 6. Means, Library, Medical, G.A.A,, Home Room Officer,
RONALD A. BALACH
Necer at a loss for words.
Ways 6- Means.
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Cuts a cute figure on the ice . . . oh, so nice.
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Mounty, Y-Teens, Publicity, Gym
JETHRO T. BALL
Goes by 'cBuddie" . . . a keen head for soccer.
RUTH VIRGINIA BALL
A busy future: typist by clay, skater by night.
MARTHA E. BARRON
Devilish twinkle in her eye . . . sports-minded.
Y-Teens, Activities Play, Ways G Means, G.A.A., Mounty, Home
SHIRLEY JEAN BAUMCARTEN
To be or not to be - . . secretary or airline hostess?
Home Room Officer, G.A.A.
SHIRLEY ANN BEADLING
"Beadles'v giggles kept us all in stitches.
Chorus, Home Room Officer, Mounty, Book Squad.
Loves school . . . makes friends easily.
"Boom-Boomn puts his all into football anal baseball.
Baseball, Traffic, I-li-Y, Football, Cafeteria Squad, Intramural Bas-
MARY LOUISE BEHEN
Tops in commercial subjects . . . easy-going.
Medical, Lantern, Y-Teens, Mounty, Major Sports Letter.
JEAN MARIE BEISTEL
Sweet Jeanie . . . gets along with everyone.
Ways G Means, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JOSEPH A. BERCSI
just the right amount of fun and philosophy.
Tennis, Ways G Means, Intramural Basketball, Honor Roll, Home
Room Officer, Orchestra.
Our Culver boy
. . . wants to be an engineer.
, Band, Printing Squad, Traffic.
Everyone envied her tan . . . super hotdog salesman.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Make-up, Vtiays 61 Means, Gym Squad.
PAUL ARTHUR BICKEL
Intelligence and wit in the right combination.
Traffic, Home Room Representative, Intramural Basketball.
ROBERT C. BLOCK
Has intellectual leanings . . . prefers chess.
Mounty, Chess Team, Honor Roll, Rifle.
HELEN NIARCARET BLOSEVICH
A great baseball fan who's really on the ball.
DOROTHY JUNE BLOSSER
Envied for her curly hair . . . a sure success.
Information, Mounty, Chorus, Make-up, Y-Teens, G,A.A.
DOLORES ELAINE BOCKSTOCE
A busy future for this dark-haired lass.
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Gieets you with a smile . . . sparkles with personality.
G.A.A., Ways 6- Means, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Log, Honor
First place in running as well as in making friends.
Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer.
BARBARA LEE BOOK
The gal with the artistic touch.
Chorus, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Y-Teens, Scenery Committee.
MONA LEE BOWMAN
Looking for a secretary? Here,s one with smiles.
Band, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Mounty, Ways 6. Means.
BARBARA ANN BRACKE
Short gal . . . even temperament . . . a good friend.
Attendance, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Major Sports Letter,
DAVID V. BRADLEY
On the quiet side . . . likes to ski . . . Bowdoin bound.
Mouniy, Home Room Officer.
HONA LONGSTBEET BRADLEY
Never sharp, never flat, always natural . . . a winner.
Band, Y-Teens, Home Room Officer, Orchestra, G.A.A.
WILLIAM M. BRADLEY
Shooting is his hobby . . . likes summer counseling
Rifle, Honor Roll, Band, Traffic.
SUE ANN BRAMWELL
Fall of pep . . . favorite pastime is a slumber party.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library, Make-up.
ANN ELIZABETH BROWN
A brunette deluxe . . . poise, brains, and beauty.
G.A.A., Ways G Means, Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Home Room Officer
Cedar Lodgeis membership drive-in person!
Looks like a million clollors . . . he isl
Cross Country, Track. Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
RUTH AUDREY BUCHER
At ease on skis . . . 'cAuclie,s" a jig-saw puzzle fan.
RICHARD M. BUCK
Shines at basketball . . . intellect supreme.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll.
CLARENCE H. BULL, IR.
Skipis favorite hang-out-the lobby where he met his friends
FORBES VV. BURDETTE
Chief interest is football . . . all girls are taboo.
CECILY ANN BURG
First in fun . . . the center of attraction is "Cec,'.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Ways G Means, Home Room Officer
Lost 61 Found.
RUTH SUZANNE BURK
Sweet Sue from Philly . . . a whiz on the roller rink.
Poster, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Lantern, Bulletin Board.
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E I ll WIT! E. NELSON BURNS
Enjoyed dozing in class . . . tops in sports.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer
Dramatics had our Vicky starry-eyed.
Home Room Officer, Lantern, Y-Teens, Activities Play.
JOHN C. BUTTON
Towers over everyone , . . authority on all sports.
Ways 61 Means, Traffic, Cross Country, Cafeteria Squad, Track,
NANCY JANE BYBEE I
Feeling low? . . . not if you know Nancy.
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Ways G Means, Library,
TROY W. CAMPBELL
"Butchv has his own band called Troyfs Cavaliers.
Track, Band, Boys' Quartet, Orchestra, Activities Key.
CAROLYN LOUISE CAREY
Always smiling . . . known for her ulittley' chuckle.
Girls' Usher Chr., Major Sports Letter, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Active
PRISCILLA ANN CARLSON
A lively titian . . . clonft call her "Recl.',
Attendance, Home Room Officer.
ROBERT R. CARPENTER, IR.
A real sharpshooter . . . Mt. Lebo's own Dr. I. Q.
Rifle Team Captain, Home Room Officer, High Honor Roll, Nation-
al Honor Society, Chemistry Squad, Activities Key.
WILBUR CASTOR II
Always in the thick of things.
P.A. Announcer, Home Room Program Committee.
ROBERT JOHN CHIDESTER
Skatingis a specialty . , . sharp on the trumpet.
Log, Band, Rifle Manager, Lantern.
EVELYN MARY CIRANNI
Naturally curly hair . . . golf ranked high with her,
Attendance, Bulletin Board, G.A.A., Honor Roll.
ANNE C. CLOVVES
"Chloev . . . limelight loser - . . fiendish sense of humor.
Activities Play, G.A.A., Lantern, Newscaster, Activities Key, Log.
IUDITH ANN COBBEY
Lotsa, pep, lotsa, zing, Judy surely can sing!
Majorette, Chorus, G.A.A., Y'Teens, Milk Squad, Home Room Pro-
ROBERT E. COLE
Tall, dark, and dashing . . . had all the girls guessing.
Basketball, Decorating, Track, Cafeteria Squad, Hi-Y Basketball,
Intramural Basketball Official.
THOMAS P. COLGAN
The "Professorv shies away from the girls.
WILLIAM C. COLTMAN
"VVhat is it with you?" . . . main interest-football.
Football, Stage Crew.
JEAN ELIZABETH COLVIN
Her talents branch in all directions . . . "nhl for a carf,
Chorus, Ways ci Means. Medical, G.A.A,, Lantern, Y-Teens.
JACK M, COLVVILL
Smart redhead . . . will never he overlooked.
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Home
Room Otticer, Projection Squad Co-Chr.
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Camera fiend authority on safe driving
Soccer Chr, H1-Y Safety Committee Lantern and Loq Photoq
JAMES VV. CORBETT
Known for his suave shirts . . . flashing smil .
BEATRICE M. CORCORAN
ff Tops in triple trio . . . our future linguist.
Chorus, Activities Play, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
GEORGE HARRIS COSBY
"PcachD of a fella from Georgia . . . gridiron favorite.
Football, Cateteria Squad.
ROBERT L. COSS
A redhead from Dorm-ont . . . football star.
WVILSON B. CRAMER
Plays a hot clarinet . . . gives with the wisecracks.
Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Band, Home Room Oiticer, Chem
istry Squad, Traffic,
Sure to succeed, it came easy for "Speed.,'
Attendance, Bulletin Board, Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty.
CHARLOTTE ANNE CROWLEY
Nursing will be her career . . . success is the word.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Usher Squad.
MARILYN A. CROWLEY
Quietness didnit stop her from being well liked.
Y-Teens, Properties Committee for Activities Play.
SUSAN RAE CULBERTSON
Unpreclictable Sue possesses qualities for success.
Y-Teens, Ways 61 Means, G.A.A., Medical, Rifle, Library.
ARTHUR C. CUSICK
Our star center . . . where there's Art, there's action.
Football, Baseball, Decorating, Cafeteria Squad.
PATRICIA CIBBS CUTLER
Lots of pep and a sunny smile . . . thatls our Pat.
Band, Home Room Officer, Library Squad Chr., Y-Teens, Orches
A new face from Newcastle . . . ambition-merchanclising,
DONALD GOSS DALTON, JR.
Hunting is his favorite hobby . . . chooses engineering. Q' X er
Honor Roll, Traffic, Hi-Y Basketball, Hcme Room Ofncer, Deco- Y 1
Look for his red hair and friendly grin.
Intramural Basketball, Projection, Cafeteria Squad, Usher.
ELIZABETH ANN DAVIS . - -
Easy to know, easy to like is "Libn. X g k ,.
Activities Play Publicity, Honor Award, Publicity, Honor Roll, Y- K x lg g sf i iff
Teens, Activities Key. G , Q Q ' if-5
ROSEMARY A. DEBALD It , ,fi L ,
Hopes to be a nurse . . . hails from Upper St. Clair. . .y A ,-1" .P
Information. . f K
JOHN E. DENHART s ' A
Has a permanent pucker from his tuba . . . swell fella. ""
Band, Honor Roll, Orchestra, Cafeteria Squad, Home Room Officer.
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A sparkplug radiating with friendliness . . . an asset.
Hi-Y, Activities Play Properties Committee, Activities Assembly
Chr., Log, Home Room Officer, Honor Roll.
DAVID L. DICKINSON
joking was second nature . . . liked everything but school.
Baseball and Football Manager, Intramural Basketball, Ways 61
Means, Staqe Crew.
Quiet ways . . . ambition is to become a teacher.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Mounty, Y-Teens.
What a loss when good-looking Don left Mt. Lebo!
NANCY JANE DIVINE
"Div . . . never idle . . . knee deep in activities.
Highest Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, G.A.A., Activities Key,
Decorating, Social Committee Chr.
SHIRLEY ANN DORN
An a-dorn-ing smile . . . pleasant disposition to match.
Band Manager, Chorus, G.A.A., Ways G Means, Y-Teens, At-
ROSE MARIE DOYLE
Pro-swimmer . . . good in athletics.
G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Medical, Gym Squad.
VINCENT H. DRAYNE
Cars take up his spare time . . . quiet dynamite.
Football, Home Room Officer, Mounty.
Loves to swim . . . Sprechen Sie Deutsch, George?
Band, Honor Roll, Traffic.
WILLIAM E. EDMUNDS
History brain . . . hopes to be a chemical engineer.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
MARIE LOUISE EISENBEIS
This twin has the "Toni,,' or does she?
Bond, G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Orchestra, Activities Key,
Red Cross Committee.
NANCY DIANA EISENBEIS
Seeing double? . . . the other terrific twin.
Band, Y-Teens, G.A,A., Information.
JOHN P. ELLIS
Tall, quiet . . . a leader in his group.
Hi'Y, Honor Roll, Home Room Otficer, Cross Country, Intramural
JOHN DAVID ELSE
Spencls happiest hours at the "Red, with the "boys,"
Track, Honor Roll, Home Room Program Committee, Usher, Deco-
Mr. Prutzrnan's prize drummer . . . contagious laugh.
Rifle, Band, Proyection.
KATHLEEN MARIE ENCLERT
Loves to play golf . . . a future doctor.
Gym Squad, Y-Teens, Library.
EARL H. ERIKSSON
Those overdue book notices! . . . main interest-baseball.
Football, Lunch Traffic.
JAMES W. FAVVCETT
Bursting with musical talent . .
Band, Cafeteria Squad, Milk Squad,
. a laugh all his own.
Orchestra Student Conductor.
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MARY LOUISE FAVVCETT J
Pert package of fun . . . hopes to be a secretary. X
Chorus, Activities Key, Y-Teens, Red Cross Commi.tee Chr., Ways
61 Means, Attendance.
JAMES A. FEDELE
Good things come in small packages.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y Basketball.
Motorcycles were his hobby.
JEAN LOUISE FELLOWS
Talks a blue streak . . . nutty but nice.
Major Sports Letter, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
Ways 6- Means, Activities Key.
WALTER A. FIDDER-
A real ladies' rnan . . . japanese butlcrls his specialty.
Chorus, Activities Play, Usher.
HELEN M. FLAHERTY
Forever laughing . . . as Irish as they come.
Majorette, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Milk Squad.
ORVILLE H. FLETCHER, JR.
Came to Mt. Lebo from Indiana . , . lilces it here.
Hi-Y, Football, Intramural Basketball.
THOMAS HOGAN FLETCHER
Sense of humor . . . nchargedv with electrical gadgets.
Siage Crew, Score Board, Cafeteria Squad.
Super bass player . . . we got smiles with our change.
Band, Cafeteria Squad, Orchestra, Home Room Program Com-
MARILYN IOAN FRANKLIN
A beautiful little blonde . . . well liked by all.
Log, Activities Key, Y-Teens, Student Court, Chemistry
HELEN JOYCE FRAZEE
Tall anrl willowy . . . she really rates a second glance.
Majorette, Activities Key, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Medical, Bulletin
BARBARA FREELAND -
Our toi tzvirler . . . a lair or takin the lead
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Head Majorette, G.A.A,, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Decorating,
VIRGINIA MAY FRENCH
Pet peeve?-conceited boys . . . velvet smooth complexion.
Chorus, Library, Y-Teens, Costume Committee Activities Play.
DOROTHY R. FRYE
"Dot" writes poetry . . . wants to be a gym teacher.
Mounty, G.A.A., Poster, Bulletin Board, Library.
NANCY JANE GARDINER
The chalk and apple "corps', for Nancy-teaching.
Chorus, Make-up, Ways :St Means, Medical, GAA., Y-Teens.
C. DANIEL GARSON
Camping and fishing rate high . . . likes all subjects.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Intramural Baske.ball, Cafeteria
Squad, Track, Cross Country Letterman.
Tiny pack of fun . . . makes a party run,
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y4Teens, Ways G Means, Medical,
ROBERT I. GAW
The "Mighty Mite" of Mt. Lebo . . . tons of fun.
Aciviiies Play, Ways :Sr Means, Usher, Cafeierta Squad.
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RICHARD M. CEHRETT
ujugv-super Log publicity 'man . . . future clairy farmer.
ALBERT C. GEIS
A gleam in his eye . . . "Mn Prcsizlentvll
Home Room Officer, Cafeteria Squad, Football, Track.
HERBERT D. GILBERT, JR.
Likes comfortable clothes . . . speed on the track.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer.
MARIORIE IRENE GINGERICII
Sports are her favorite . . . sheis our favorite.
Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Major Sports Letter, Honor Roll, Attendance,
RONALD C. GLUCK
"Piccolo Petey , . . the clown of the band.
Band, Boys' Quartet, Physics Squad.
SHIRLEY M. GOETTEL
A future housewife is slze . . . likes to cook.
WALTER YV. GORR, JR.
"Old reliablev . . . fast man on the track . . . our uveepv.
Track, Football, Executive Board Officer, Honor Roll, Home Room
nlbbyv scored quite a hit as a maiorette . . . popular gal. '
G.A.A., Decorating, Majorette, Y-Teens, Ways 6. Means, Honor
The girl with tlze voice . . . always in a social whirl.
Chorus, Triple Trio.
THOMAS S. GULLEY
His pet peeoe is teachers , . . likes blondes.
'The silent one" , . .merchandising will be her career.
Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
BARBARA HELEN HALPERT
Barb ustruttedv her way into our hearts.
Majorette, Usher Squad, Ways 6. Means, Medical, G.A.A,, Y-Teens
SIIIRLEY JEAN HAMILTON
Brown hair and blue eyes could betray her as Irish.
C-r.A.A., Needle and Thread, Y-Teens.
JOHN A. HAMMOND
"Skip'7 gets along well with people . . . great guy!
Home Room Otiicer, Lantern, Publicity Committee Chr.
MARILYN IEAN HANLY V
A welcome new addition . . . likes to design clothes.
WILLIAM DAVID HARMON
Easy-going guy . . . lots of fun . . . very likeable.
NANCY ANN HARROLD
Kittanning holds her interest . . . likes to sew.
Chorus, Library, G.A.A., Medical.
DOLORES I. HASLEY
Tops behind the footlights . . . called "Peachie Piev.
. Girls' Sportscaster, Y-Teens, Activities Play, Poster.
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A dark-eyed miss who was seldom seen alone.
G.A.A., Ways 6: Means, Usher Squad, Medical, Library, Y-Teens
ALAN D. HAYES
Brains to spare . . . quiet, but well liked by all.
Cafeteria Squad, Honor Roll, Track, Cross Country.
Never without a toothpick . . . star in football.
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, Usher, Decorating.
Good at skating and art . . . a champion soccer player.
Soccer, Intramural Basketball.
Blond, blue-eyed, and busy . . . dependable any time.
G.A.A., Lca, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Ways G Means Chr.
IOANNE E. HEINE
Loved geometry class . . . always full of mischief.
Major Sports Letter, Y-Teens, Make-up, Attendance.
JOHN D. -HENECKER
His special hobbies-chemistry and movies.
ELEANOR ANN HENNESSY
Original pair of "Irish eyesv . . . pep and personality.
Cheerleader, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Attendance, Honor Roll, Activities
MARY GERALDINE HENRY
A traveler welcome to Mt. Lebo . . . actingis a hobby.
Activities Play, Traffic, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Social Committee,
CAROLE GRACE HESS
WILLIAM C. HERCHENRIDER
"Hercky,'--likes sophisticated women.
Intramural Hockey and Basketball, Cafeteria Squad.
Makes her own clothes . . . hopes to be a nurse.
Band, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Activities Key,
A PATRICIA LOUISE HILLIARD
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CLAIRE LOUISE HILLMAN
MARLENE ANN HINGER
GEORGE W. HOFMANN
MARTOM JANE HOOD
Pert and petite . . . a cute little leader,
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Decorating, Cheerleader, Medical.
Our future social service worker . . . full of vitality.
Beauty, brains, and a lovely voice has Nancy.
Triple Trio, Activities Play, Executive Board Officer, National Hon-
or Society, Activities Key, Sportsmanship Committee.
DONALD HOVVARD HOFFMAN
"Eckv keeps our records straight . . . knows everyone.
P.A. Squad, Usher, H1-Y, Log, Lantern, Activities Key,
Always laughing . . . his greatest interest-food.
Baseball, Stage Crew, Football, Intramural Basketball.
Shy and sweet in manner, that's Martom.
Library, Publicity, Information Chr.
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Mr. Prutzmanfs chief aid . . . one swell kid!
Hi-Y, Band, Orchestra, Cafeteria Squad, Intramural Basketball.
RICHARD VV. HORM
The thinker . . , a penny for your thoughts, Mr. Horm.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer.
MARY JANE HOUSE
A stunning brunette . . . affavorite with everyone.
Y-Teens, Poster, Ways G Means, Decorating, Make-up.
Lady of few words . . . plans to be a stenographer.
JEAN LOUISE HULSE
Journalist jean . . . beauty with a nose for news.
G.A.A., National Honor Society, Quill 6. Scroll, Lantern Editor,
Home Room Officer, Y'Teens.
JOAN VIRGINIA JENKINS
Mermaid "Bu::y,' . . . future dietitian in our cafeteria.
G..A.A,, Y-Teens, Medical.
JAMES H. JEXVE LL
Quickwitted . . . a sparkling nG677I,, wherever found.
Tennis, National Honor Society, Home Room Officer, Hi+Y, Bas- y ' iv
ketball, Orchestra. A K- K M .
IXLLLER F. JOHNSON . L A w ,
Seen that yellow studebakerP , . . Stan Kenton is tops. A o 1 '
Football. . 'M
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Nances smile was so fine . . . golfing gets her vote. fi A 'f'
WaysKrSi Means, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Usher Squad, Activ- in my f ' X fi' Q "
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CAROL BOICE JONES '
Wonderful voice . . . makes a natural leader.
Chorus, Activities Play, C1.A.A., Triple Trio, Home Room Program
DAVID L. JONES I
Morale booster for our Lebo ndribblersff
Basketball, Hi-Y, Traffic.
MARJORIE ELLEN JONES
Advertising is her field . . . quite a salesman!
Medical, G.A.A.. Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Lantern, Mounty.
MARY ANN JONES
Convertibles are tops Cdownj with this blond senior.
G.A.A,, Y-Teens, Ways 61 Means.
WARD N. JONES
Great all around fellow . . . promoter of T.A.A.C.
Foozball, Track, I-li-Y, Home Room Officer, Traffic, Cafeteria Squad.
RICHARD G. JOYCE
He of the toothpaste smile . . . fast talker.
Track, Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer, Cafeteria
Helped us to find jobs . . . hobby-foreign money,
Students Service Exchange Chr., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
SHIRLEY D. KAPPELER
"Cheerv for a swell kid . . . "Kap.',
Cheerleader, Activities Play, Home Room Officer, Activities Key,
Log, Medical. K 4
MARIA E. KARLOVITZ
Dreams of Europe for college . . . tops in sports.
Ways G M'ans, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
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JOHN GEORGE KAUPER
Fine sense of humor . . . music is first choice.
Baseball Manager, Hi-Y, Chemistry Squad, Orchestra, Home Room
On the quiet side . . . a sure winner for friends!
BERNARD K. KELLEY
Quite a guy . . . right out of the top drawer.
Football, Track, Traffic, Advisory Council, Executive Board Officer,
MONA RUTH KELLEY
A future stewardess . . . trademark-her blond hair.
G.A.A. Council, Attendance, Y-Teens.
ROBERT J. KELLISON
6'Prioate-Eyev Bob . . . hopes to be with the F.B.I.
Usher, Home Room Officer.
WILLIAM C. KERNAHAN, JR. A
FRANCIS C. KERNAN
Keeps things popping in and out of school.
Home Room Officer.
ROBERT C. KIEFER
Does that oar ever run? . . . hobby-Marilyn, natohf
Track, Cross Country, Stage Crew, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer.
DORIS RITA KICGINS
Often found painting . . , partial to blue.
Mounty, Poster, Y-Teens, Bulletin Board.
Our Lowell Thomas . . . "What will it be, ladies?
Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Usher, P.A. Announcer,
Cross Country, Intramural Wrestling and Baskeiboll, Honor Roll,
cer. Honor Roll.
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AUDREY JEAN KIRCH
Efficient Audrey . . . commercial genius.
Y-Teens, Chorus, Gym Squad Chr., Major Sports Letter
RALPH DREXV KISTLER
Likes to hunt-deer and clears.
"Millie', . . . hard worker . . plans a career in millinery.
Rifle, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Medical, Home Room Proqrarn
JUDITH ANN KRAFT
Quiet, likable . . . blushes at the slightest provocation.
G-.A.A., Activities Key, Y-Teens, Bulletin Board, Home Room Offi-
V GEORGE KRAMER
Fishmgs right down his line . . . also hunting.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer.
ALICE D. KRELL
A really swell gal with domestic interests.
Chorus, Mounty, Library.
Woman of the world . . . top-ranking senior.
G.A.A., Highest Honor Rcli, Mounty, Honor Award Committee,
Activities Key, Library.
JAMES EDNVARD LANDON
judge jim . . . few out-of-orders, but not friends.
Ways S Means, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Student
BESSIE J. LARDAS
Curly hair and twinkling eyes . . . a true friend.
Major Sports Letter, Home Room Representative, Y-Teens, Ways
NANCY JEAN LARRY
Lots of pep . . . full of fun is Nancy.
Y-Teens, Ways 6, Means, G.A,A., Honor Roll, Gym Squad, Lost if
and Found Chr. '
MARGARET ILENE LARSON I ":',,
Went for fire-engine red . . . always in style. "... .
Chorus, Gym Squad, Y-Teens, Usher Squad, Medical, Class Rank, -
EDXVARD B. LAUGHLIN '
W' Laugh with Laughlin . always "hearsing" around. J
Track, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer. 3.
XVILLIAM PAUL LEE
One of the "boys" . . . where therels Webb therels Bill.
PATRICIA ANN LEECH
Our tiny quiz kid and what a whiz kid!
Devotional Squad Chr., Honor Roll, Mounty, Y-Teens, Activities
JULIE ANN LEIB
Bubbles ooer with pep and personality.
Motor Sports Letter, Home Room Officer, Log, Y-Teens, Ways 6-
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Sarnfs favorites are fishing and biology. '
Intramural Basketball, Cross Country Manager. N ,K
JUDITH ANN LITTEN X
Outstanding senior . . . wants to work for Uncle Sam. if up-'
National Honor Society, Log Literary Editor, Usher Squad, Activi-
ties Key, Home Room Officer, Ways 5 Means. " X
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A package of dynamite . . . first love: cheerleading.
Cheerleader, Activities Key, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Activi-
ties Play. '
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MAIUORIE ANN LLOYD
Never without a joke . . . takes life easy.
Ways G Means, Y-Teens, Poster, Medical, Library, Activities Play
Good at almost everything . . , a passion for nursing.
Log, Lantern, Honor Roll, Attendance Squad Co-Chr., Y-Teens,
MARY KAY LONGENECKER
Where therefs Kay there's laughter-a finger in every pie.
Cheerleader, G.A.'A., Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens,
XVILLIANI A. LOVE
Brains galore . . . a quiet fellow.
Band, Honor Roll, Orchestra.
RICHARD J. LOVVELL
Silent but smart . . . always an officer.
Baseball, Usher, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Basketball
NIARION C. LULEY
Artistic Marion likes to play the piano and sketch.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Make-up, INays G Means.
Gets joy out of life . . . swell to know her.
JAMES R. NIAHONY
Friendly guy . . . a good man on the cinder path.
Usher, Hi-Y, Cross Country Letterman, Intramural Basketball..
NANCY ELIZABETH IVIALOY
Personable blonde . . . often seen on the tennis courts.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Traffic, Attendance Squad Co-Chr.,
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BETTY LOU MARONE
Lulu . . . her dimples are envied by many a Lebo lass.
Chorus, Lantern, Library, Mounty, Bulletin Board.
LOIS H. MARONEY
A pro behind the "wheel" . . . beautiful braids!
MARCELLA RUTH MARSHALL
A gal with plenty of pep , . . dreams of nursing.
Ways 'St Means, G.A.A., Log, Y-Teens, Medical, Home Room
RICHARD R. MASSEY
A track mentor . . . interests are girls and engineering.
Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer.
NANCY CAROLINE MAXVVELL
Quick thinker, ever ready with a witty word.
Band, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Mounty, Y-Teens.
MARY C. MAY
A Dutch maid . . . music at her finger-tips.
Chorus, G.A.A., Mounty, Orchestra, Y-Teens,
JOHN F. MQAUSLAN
Our boy from Ohio . , . traveled near and far.
Chess Team, Activities Play Properties Committee.
WILLIAM WILSON MCCLAREN, JR.
"Willy" likes the open road with his convertible.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Usher, Traffic.
Likes lively parties . . . chorus was her favorite.
Chorus, Lantern, Y-Teens, Devotional Squad, Medical, Ways 6-
MARIE E. MQCRIDDEN
Pet peeve-waiting for late people . . . always dependable.
Major Sports Letter, Mounty, Y-Teens, Make-up, Home Room
Program Committee, Library.
Buzzin' around with a carload of kids.
Attendance, G.A.A., Mounty.
A newcomer to Mt. Lebanon . . . she rates Mt. L. tops.
Chorus, Picture Squad, Y-Teens.
DONNA M. MCDONNELL
Tall, dark, and charming . . . brains plus.
Usher Squad, Honor Roll, Gym Squad, G.A.A.,
ROBERT D. MCELHOES
"Goose, . . . the wit . . . dark and debonair.
ARTHUR C. MCFEATERS, JR.
"Strings" , . . loves pay checks-and his bass viol.
Chemistry Squad, Activities Key, HifY, Home Room Officer, Pro-
DOROTHY MARGARET MCKEE
Known to all as Kitty . . . a future commercial artist.
Honor Roll, Mounty, Poster, Bulletin Board, Library.
SAMUEL SCOTT MCKENNEY
A star on the diamond . . . prefers blondes.
Baseball, Hi-Y, Activities Key, Usher, Projection Squad Co-Chr.,
Book Room Manager.
Poised Marianne has dress designing in her future.
Chorus, Y-Teens, Medical, Honor I-toll, Usher Squad, Activities Key.
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' 1. DAVID MCSTEEN
. . a warm personality won us all
Tops on every list ,
Track CofCaptain, Football, Executive Board Officer, Honor Ro
Home Room Officer Imramural Basketball
WILLIAM W. MCVAY
One of the gang . . . dark wavy hair the envy of the virls
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Usher, Cafeteria Squad
FAITH CAROLYN MEDING
Looking for a secretary? . . . Faith's the one for you!
G.A.A., Home Room Officer Y-Teens Honor Award Committee
JOAN PATRICIA MEHL Q
Party-loving Ioanie . . . future? dress designing
Activities Play, G.A.A., Lantern, Y-Teens, Home Room Program
EDWARD M. MEYERS
Ed was always in "DuIchv with someone
Basketball, Wrestling, Printing Squad
NANCY LEE MEYERS
Tiny, trim and so terrific!
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Lantern, Y-Teens, Acliviiies Key.
CAROLYN ANN MILLER
A study in contrasts . . . no limit to her ability.
Band, Loq Editor-in-Chief, National Honor Society, Ac'ivities Key
and Guard, Home Boom Officer, Honor Award Committee.
A spry soccer player . . . has that "Toni, curl.
JACK M. MILLER
"Meckv enjoys 'math . . . "let's argueu . . . a future C.P.A.
Cross Country, Track.
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Weekends at 'Thiel and W. and I .... likes chemistry.
Make-up Chr., Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library, Gym Squad.
ROBERT IOHN MOI-IR
The boy with the golden throat . . . eueryhoclyls friend.
Activixies Play, I-I1-Y, Honor Roll, Activities Key, Caleteria Squad
M. BERT MOORE
"Man about townv
Her ways are quiet
Dark and uiuacious . . .
G.A.A., Traffic, Gym Squad.
KATHRYN ANNE MOSLENER
Well known for her beautiful hair . . , sweet and dainty.
Mcqorette, GAA., Y-Teens, Chorus.
MARGOT AILEEN MULLIN
Always on the go . . . never runs down.
Honor Award Committee Chr., Attendance, Traffic, Honor Roll
Y-Teens, Activities Key.
Tops in dramatic talent . . , iust huhhling with ideas,
Traffic, Activities Play, Home Room Officer, Log, Lantern, Y-Teens
REBEKAH GARDINER NEAL
"Becky', . . . sweet smile . . . sparkle in her eye.
Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Mounly Co-Editor.
. . . a smooth dresser.
hut sincere and dependable.
girl of many talents.
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BARBARA W. NEWMAN
Barhy always sees the bright side of things.
NANCY LEE NICHOLS I
Hair of gold, eyes of blue . . . loves to read.
Medical, G.A.A., Traffic, Y-Teens, Bulletin Board.
AUDREY JEAN NORDQ UIST
Usually quiet . . . could write a swell story.
ROBERT I. O'CONNOR
"Okev . . . stars on the gridiron and at school.
Decorating Squad Chr., Football, Usher, Intramural Basketball.
Never a ten olclock scholar . . . first class pal.
BERNADETTE M. OPFERMAN
A pro at shorthand . , . a secretary for some lucky man.
An all-around good kid .... 9 0 welcome anywhere.
Majorette, Library, Usher Squad, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
"Criscov likcs to play the piano . . . what a salesman!
Ways G Means, Intramural Basketball.
The perfect model . . . made her beautiful clothes.
M'd.cal Squad Chr., Ways 61 Means, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Activities
Key, Home Room Officer.
Our hoekey star . . . wilcl about his motorcycle.
RAYMOND ALLEN PANKOPF
Tops in popularity . . . can 'ijuclgen a good dribble.
Basketball, Baseball, Student Court, Hi-Y, Home Room Officer.
Has hard-to-miss flame-red hair . . . loves to talk.
ELAINE ANN PATTERSON
She hails from New Jersey . . . likes Mt. Lebo.
VICTOR A. PECKHAM, JR.
Always a funny CPD joke to keep us' in stitches.
Baseball Manager, Intramural Basketball, Home Room Represen-
tative, Cafeteria Squad, Staqe Crew, Ways ci Means.
WILLIAM B. PENTECOST
Dead eye with a rifle . . . likes to hunt.
Rifle, Track, Intramural Basketball, l-li-Y.
BEVERLY J. PEOPLES 3 "i .
Quiet "Been . . . Mr. Shanerls right-hancl gal. . A '
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Log. 9.4:.i:k K .-1.
Hails from the hills of West Virginny . . . full of jokes. sfctr f "' " 3
THOMAS E. PETERS ..,. A
Motor hike enthusiast . . . names scouting as his hobby. A
Hi-Y, Vilays G Means, Traffic Manager, .-" ' i
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Football and basketball rated tops . .
DOROTHY RITA POLOMBO
A friend to all . . . flowers hold a
DOROTHY LOUISE POOLE
Of all the rest, Dottiels the best!
'Usher Squad, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Ways 6. Means, Attendance
AGNES LOUISE PORTER
Swell to have around . . . a winner for friends.
Devotional Squad, Lantern Advisory, Activities Play, Y-Teens,
Ways '51 Means, Student Court.
PATRICIA AN N PORTMAN
Hey "SkinU! . . . we hear you laughing.
Majorette, Y-Teens, Major Sports Letter, Medical, Library.
PATRICIA ANN POWELL
An inviting personality . . . has that southern beauty.
G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Ways G Means, Medical
M.: JOSEPH PRICE, JR.
'Acev . . . always on the bull . . . suave in a uniform.
. always helpful,
charm, for her.
MARILYN JOANN PROTAS
Basketball "prov . . . loves to chew gunz!
Library Committee, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty,
"Quinnie,' was full of fun . . . activities were a
Activities Flay, G.A.A., Log, Y-Teens, Mounty, Ways 61 Means.
JOHN D. RACIAPPA
Better known as "1-lacgf' . . . high ambition-the ministery.
Chorus, nonor Roll, Home Room Officer, Sportsmanship Commit-
tee, Boys' Quartet, Football Manager.
I. THOMAS RALPH
Tom slaved QFD to keep the pop coming at the games.
NVays G Means Committee.
XVILLIAM R. RANKIN
VVho knows what coil lurks in those crinkling eyes.
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, Band, Home Room Program
ROBERT E. REARDON
Always ready with an argument . . . mathematical whiz.
Band, Activities Key, Mounay, Home Room Officer, Chemistry
ELINOR KAY REDFERN
Zillions of friends . . . likes to throw parties.
Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Traffic, Medical, Usher Squad.
JOAN R. RIDINGER
Super on the silver blades . . . loves to drive a Ford.
Majorette, Medical, Y-Teens, Home Room Officer, Lantern, G.A.A.
J. THOMAS RIMER
A great writer . . . possible career in medicine.
Chorus, Activities Play, Mounty Co-Editor, Quill :S Scroll, Activi-
As well liked as she is well known.
G.A.A., Lantern Editor, Y-Teens, Attendance, Ways 6 Means, Bul-
ROGER T. ROMAN
An authority on model airplanes . . . a different smile.
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JOHN M. ROSSER
What a physique! . .
Football, Track, Cross Country, Intramural Basketball.
ROBERT H. ROWLAND
. easy-going outdoor type.
A camera fiend . . . his philosophy-why worry? ' gb
DANIEL N. ROXVSVVELL, IR.
Knows all the answers . . . never a dull moment.
Cafeteria Squad, Home Room Oificer, Football, Honor Roll.
HELEN BEVERLY RUFF
Ice cream rates . . . ambition-to be a commercial artist.
Chorus, Attendance, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin Board.
ROBERT G. RUNCER
How,s the weather up there . . . our boy under the hoop.
Basketball, Hi-Y, Assembly Committee.
JOAN VIRGINIA RUST
A live wire . . . "Rusty" bubbles over with charm.
Honor Roll Wa s 6. Means, Y-Teens, Home Room Officer, Activi-
JAMES P. RYAN
A clown in our midst . . . activities to sparc.
Home Rocm Officer, Traffic, Track Manager, Ways 5. Means Chr.,
LOUISE E. RYBICKI
Not hard to please . . . ,gets along well with everyone.
Chorus, Y-Teens, Mounty, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Bulletin Board.
HELEN THOMAS SAVAS
It's luck just to know her . . . suave dresser.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Ways G Means.
IANICE CLAIRE SCHAFER
Plan.s to be a housewife . . . loves ice-skating.
JANET E. SCHINDEHETTE
"Sr'hindiev always had her hair up.
Chorus, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Medical.
Liked by all . . . good-natured Bruce.
Cross Country, Track, Ways St Means, Devotions, Activities Play
Properties Committee, Projection.
Likes the great outdoors . . . bowling really rates.
HOWARD A, SCHVVE IG
Pro with a paintbrush . . . ever calm and collected.
Poster, lJVays G Means, Scenery Squad,
SHIRLEY LOU SCOTT
Charming sophisticate . . . as neat as a pin.
Home Room Officer.
JOSEPH A. SCUTICCHIO
Basketball rates high with him . . . a friendly manner.
ROBERT DONALD SEBRING
Pet peeve is homework . . . wants to be a veterinarian.
Track, Football, Scenery Squad, Decorating, Cafeteria Squad,
SHIRLEY M. SEIBEL
Commercial work is her specialty.
G,A.A., Honor Roll, Mounty, Y-Teens.
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JOHN PHILLIP SEMMER
"Seemoe" . , . laughs and teachers are his business.
Football, P.A. Squad, Cafeteria Squad, Home Room Officer, A
tivities Key, Activities Assembly Committee,
HOWARD T. SHEETS
Adept at the keyboard . . . at home on the gridiron.
Chorus, Blue Devil, Cafeteria Squad.
HARRY SHERRICK ,
Good-natured Harry . . . a pleasant word for everyone.
Football, lnxramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Cafeteria Squod, Honor Roll,
Home Room Officer.
Often heard as well as seen . . . wins friends easily.
ivlajorette, Medical, G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Honor Roll, Y-
JAMES C. SHIREY
Hobby is eating . . . often found in VVebb,s convertible.
Hi-Y, Home Room Program Chr., Usher.
Graceful QFD ballerina . . . air hostess-to-be.
G.A.A., Lantern, Ivlounty, Y-Teens, Ways 6 Means.
ROBERT E. SHORT
A tall "Short" boy . . . always well dressed.
MARY LOUISE SHORTREED
Could play a wicked bridge game . . . joking a "must,"
MELVIN R. SIMON
Our Humphrey has a lot on the Cfootlball.
BARBARA ANN SMITII
"Smitty's" ambition is to go to Penn Stale.
Cheerleader, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens, Medical.
Pin-up boy-in a howling alley.
Soccer, ln.ramural Basketball, Home Room Officer,
GEORGE SOF IS .
"Zorz" . . . quite the "suave-e-e" . . . nix on women.
RONALD C. SPANGLER
"Parson . . . quite an actor and a grand pal.
Band, Activities Key, Hi-Y, Orchestra, P.A. Announcer, Activities
SARAH ANN STAPLETON
"Stapev . . . one of the originators of the T.A.A.C.
G.A.A., Make-up, Activities Key, Lantern, Honor Roll, Mounty.
IOSEPH IRVVIN STEELE
A go-getter . . . action is the last word with him.
Traffic Squad Chr., Lunch Traffic.
RODNEY B. STEGALL
Tall and carrot-topped . . , hobby is telling jokes.
CAROLYN T. STEIN
Loves to drive, any time, anywhere . . . always clowning.
CYNTHIA VVESTON STEWARD
Our gal "Cinnie" with the sunny disposition.
Basketball, Home Room Officer, Hi-Y Basketball.
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' HAROLD PRATHER STEVVART
Another scientist . . . a friendly guy in every way.
BARBARA ANN STULL
Half-pint of everything nice . . . sews as a pastime.
81 Means, Gym Squad, G.A.A., Home Room Officer, Y-Teens
PERRY RICHARD SWANSON
n personality as he is in height.
Football, Basketball, Track, Cafeteria Squad.
DONALD A. TALCOTT Y
Likes to go camping . . . hopes to study medicine.
Intramural Basketball, Home Room Officer, Traffic, Ways 6: Means
Social Committee, Activities Key.
MARTA SUZANNE TAYLOR
"Sweet and lovely" . , . becomes a fisherwoman in summer
King man on the chess hoard . . . and no asquarev either.
Baseball Manager, Staae Crew, Intramural Basketball.
MARILYN SUE THOMAS
"Tommie" had lots of pep . . . science was her line.
Medical, Major Sports Letter, Y-Teens, Cnemisiry Squad, Library
girl with a heart of gold.
G.A.A., Lantern, Mounty, Y-Teens.
LOEL E. THOMPSON
Makes a swell doctor . . . his truck was his trademark.
Saxophone Quartet, Activities Play, Honor Roll, Mounty
. - ROSE MARY TIEMAN
Red hair has nothing to do with her temperament,
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Library, Home Room ro
-f VICTOR G. TILBROOK, IR.
"Tillie', . . . always the trackman . . . suave good looks
Hi-Y, Usher, Cross Country Co-Captain, Track Letterman.
' l CATHERINE TOCI
As generous as the clay is long.
RUTH ANN TOWNSEND
Types as fast as she thinks . . . enjoys activities.
Attendance, Log, Lantern, Home Room Officer, Y-Teens, Activities
Q im LAWRENCE G. TRAGESSER
if an Q A man of few words . . . his smile spoke volumes.
X ,,, XX E Intramural Basketball, Wrestling, Hi-Y.
I .. MARY JEAN TREHARNE
, ii -' t ., it , Loarls of quiet quality and sweetness.
. i M gy I S Band, Log, Mounty, YfTeens, Honor Award Committee, ACl1Vl16S
t ,S f 'Nts A E Key is Guard.
NANCY GAYE TULLY
Our "brown-eyed Susanv . . . possessed a mild manner
Poster, Devotional Committee, Medical, Traffic, Scenery Comm tee
" RICHARD B. UHRICH
In 1960 a shingle that reads, Richard Uhrich, M.D.
Band, Publicity Committee Co-Chr., Loa, Home Room Of ice
National Honor Society, Activities Key G Guard.
O' CHARLES H. VOELKER
"DutchP' . . . quiet, likable, friendly.
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NORMA ANN VOLLMER
Aspires to journalistic fame . . . let Norma sing!
Ways G Means, Triple Trio, Log, Devotional Squad, Music Mana-
ger, Activities Key.
Likes hunting and fishing . . . carefree outlook on life.
"Information Pleasev . . . nice-looking . . . dependable.
Information, Y-Teens, 'Ways 61 Means, Poster, Home Nursing.
HELEN FRANCES XVALLACE
Spontaneous laughter . , . full of "get-up and gof'
Band, Home Room Officer, Make-up, Devotional Squad, Traffic,
Fiendish ideas . . . keeps you hopping.
G.A.A., YfTeens, Medical, Make-up.
A iaunty blonde from out California way.
CONSTANCE RAYNES WEST
What Connie lacked in inches she made up in energy.
Poster, Libraiy Art Committee, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Scenery
Squad, Operetta Properties Committee.
EDWARD P. WESTWOOD
Tall . , . likes all sports, especially basketball.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Traffic, Cafeteria Squad, Usher.
GILBERT A. WETZEL
Always looked-up to . . . an easy smile.
Football, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
JOHN THOMAS WHELAN
Eueryone's friend . . . howls the truclc, "IVielQM?
Cross Country Co-Captain, Hi-Y, Track, Usher.
NANCY LEE WVILLIAMS
A song bird . . . have you noticed her big blue eyes?
Advisory Council, Triple Trio,
etta, Devotional Committee.
ANN MARIE WVILLIS
A budding artist . . . never a care.
Chorus Accompanist, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Log Art Editor, Scenery
Fun to be with her . . . really happy-go-"Luclcy',.
Poster, Lcg, Y-Teens, Mounty, Bulletin Board, G.A.A.
Good looking gal . , . lots of dramatic ability.
Chorus, Activities Play, Lantern, Y-Teens, Make-up, Devotional
RICHARD P. WITNEY
A farmer-to-he . . . we wish him success.
Honor Roll, Home Room Officer, Stage Crew Chr., Usher, National
Honor Society, Traffic.
CAROL ANN WOODCATE
For good-looking "Woody,'
Activities Play, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Medical, Y-Teens, Ways 51
MARY LOUISE WYROUCH
"Prof, at the piano . . . not peeue?-bulletin boards.
Librar Major S orts Letter, Lantern, Medical, High Honor Roll,
THOMAS DAVID YOUNKI NS
Brains to spare . . . track enthusiast.
Track, Cross Country, Honor Roll, Home Room Officer.
ELIZABETH ANN ZELLE
Pet saying-"My heart bleedsv . . . snapping black eyes.
Home Room Officer, Log, Y-Teens, Scenery Chr., Ways 61 Means.
MARGARET E. ZEPH
Conscientious gal . . . lots of talent.
Activities Play Properties Committee, Book Squad Chr., Log Busi-
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PAUL G. ZOLBROD
A familiar face . . . natural
Track Manager, Intramural Basketball. i
Y-Teens, Home Room Officer, Oper-
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