Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 106 of the 1951 volume:
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The Students of Mt. Lebanon
High School-Pittsburgh, Penna.
Literary Editor. , A ,
. Hliin Lynn
Assyt Literary Editor ...,,, Beth Hurley
Art Editor ......... Mary Ann Lynd
Business Manager, .
. ..Nancv McLain
A day at Mt. Lebanon High shows all the restless excitement
of a big-league baseball game. We, the players, out on the diamond
every day throughout the season did our best to knock in the Win-
ning rung we played the game in class. And We had fun, too, both
in our activities and with our teammates. For us it was the big
game, but its real purpose was to condition us for the bigger one
to come. This book is the record of the 1950-51 season at Mt. Leb-
players swarmed into the stadium and out onto the field to li
mber up for the day's contest.
lim thought he was safe sliding
,into homeroom. but Miss Ion said
'the bell got there first. As usual,
the umpire had the last words:
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Teacher recruits like Mitzi coached these
green rookies in the fundamentals of the
gamelthey would later play as veterans in
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The players stepped off the dia-
mond and relaxed on the bench
during the seventh inning stretch
at the Iunior-Senior Prom early
in the season.
Curious spectators thronqecl our
ball park when the management
declared cz "Pcxrents' Night" for in-
terested mothers and fathers to
come and look. ' .
During the newspaper strike
Ronnie, lim, cmd Iulie kept us
posted daily with a plczy-by
play account oi local, ncrtioncxl.
and international happenings.
ieam representatives spoke 'out at ihe
weekly leaguemeetings where the Execu-V
tive Board handled all the details oi running
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Sonny turned in the highest field-
ing averaqe: throughout the sea-'
son he consistently topped the en-
tire circuit in catching flies and'
lob added one more signature to the list of
.og subscribers who had already heard
md obeyed the familiar refrain. "Get on the
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Inquisitive visitors inspected
the shining new home econo-
mics suite and the bright kitch-
ens wliich lent the ball park a
Administration Um ired the Games
'iDemocracy in the Schoolsi' Was the keynote
of the Civic Leagueps informative School Night
Program, and the administration carried the
theme through the entire year. The overall plan
called first for putting more emphasis on the
practical courses by expanding the shop equip-
tion was another point in the plan, and the pop-
ular evening classes were continued with added
recreational facilities. Thirdly, students were
urged to take part in the communityis activities,
thereby linking our schools more closely with
Mr. J. C. Keifer, our principal, is enjoying a
discussion on mashics and niblicks with Mrs
ment and home economics rooms. Adult educa-
SEATED: Mrs. Cargill, Miss McClure, Mr. Keifer, Miss Grove, Miss Ion.
STANDING: Dave Farrell, Nancy Brick, Rich Klaber, Sue Galbraith, Mr. Whipkey, Ted
Bennett, Jerry Clutter.
Our superintendent, Dr. Ralph Horsman,
and assistant superintendent of instruction, Dr.
Ross Gill, oblige Log editor Margaret Green
with an interview.
Assistant superintendent of administration,
Mr. C. F. Mellinger, views progress on the
crater which will be the Moffitt Street School
FRONT: Mr. Elmer S. Stanier, Treasurerg Miss Miriam Headley, Secretaryg Mr. A. C. McMillan, President
Mrs. Donald C. Lewisg Mr. Otis C. Hogsett, Vice President. BACK: Mr. C. F. Mellinger, Mr. R. M. Gill
Miss Esther VVhinnie, Seeretaryg Mr. Beckley Smithg Mr. Raymond B. Heehtg Mr. Edward H. Buckg Miss Ber
tha YValp, Secretaryg Mr. R. D. Horsniang Mr. Samuel A. Schreiner, Solicitor.
rinczipazls and Counselors Game
Miss Ion and Mr. Kcifer seein
engrossed in serious business.
One of our busiest administrators is vice princi-
pal Miss Ion, who is the final link in the system
which turns out schedules for both students and
teachers. Her job includes giving advice and aid
to students with individual schedule difficulties.
Also she finds time to sponsor the class rank and
achievement committees and the attendance squad
which takes up so much of her time. Keeping track
of eleven hundred students is no small task, but
Miss Ion has the job under control.
Assisting Miss Ion in the matter of truancy is our
home-school visitor, Miss Gordon. But attendance
is only a very small part of her job. Students seek-
ing part-time work may obtain their working per-
mits from her and may even find jobs through the
student services exchange, which she sponsors. An-
other important duty is visiting the homes of new
students and talking with their parents. Miss Gor-
don is well-known to newcomers.
Our smiling secretaries are
Mrs. Irwin and Mrs. Booth.
Mrs. Horne stands by during a
conference for prospective nurses.
Helpful Advice to Everyone
Room 109 is the headquarters of our guidance
counselor, Mrs. Horne, who has the appalling job
of making sure that every student in the school
is taking the course best suited to his individual
needs. A large part of this job is helping seniors
to choose their colleges, keeping in mind their
abilities and limitations as Well as their needs and
desires. To furnish background for selection of
college and career, Mrs. Horne arranges con-
ferences at which representatives from various
schools can discuss with the students the quali-
ties of their colleges. She has collected innum-
erable pamphlets and folders dealing with near-
ly every conceivable vocation and the responsi-
bilities encountered in different fields of work.
If a college-bound senior needs scholarship aid
or part-time work at his prospective school, Mrs.
Horne has the latest available information for
him. Her job is to handle any student problem
that may come up, whether it be personal, soci-
al, or scholastic, and somehow she always seems
to find time in her full schedule to give help to
anyone Willing to ask for it.
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The domestic side of Miss Ion comes
to light as she mixes up a pie.
Many a student was influenced in his choice
of college by meeting its representative.
Miss Cordon is off to locate
some wayfaring student.
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We all played the game in the class-
room, and even though we struck out
now and then, we usually came through
in the clutch. We managed to finish the
season with a pretty fair batting aver-
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Catching and mounting in-
sects for biology was a
ticklish job, but We're glad
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Mrs. Geraldine Adamson-liealtlig Mrs. Rutb Aspiotcs-pliys-
ical eclucationg Bliss Marguerite Beck-Gerniang Mr. john
Beckcrt-physical cducationg Mr. Lawrence Broinbcriclc-
clicmistryg Mr. Blcrle Burrows-econolnies, sociologyg Mrs.
Margaret Cargill-English, activities directorg Mr. Mercer
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Mr. Albert Davis-pliysical education, flrivingg Mr. jolin
Denbow-history, economies, sociologyg Mr. Victor Doak-
U. S. liistoryg Miss Virginia Elliott-Englisbg Miss Pauline
Fish-home economicsg Miss liatlieryn Frobese-Englisbg
Mr. Sherrick Gilbert-biologyg Mr. Norman Gooclwin-algo
bra, plane geometryg Miss Ruth Gordon-English, home and
Ozzie explains the intri-
cacies of making hooked
rugs to the Public speaking
Going around in circles?
This girls, gym class shows
how to do it in an orderly
The why and wherefore
of "What goes up must
come downv is discussed
by Wayxie, Muriel, and
Learning the mystery of
the mechanical side of
driving, these girls peer in-
to the inner sanctum of
our driving car.
They say experience is the
best teacher, but Mr.
Stanish would rate pretty
high, too, if he'd give all
his students good grades
on this test.
Geometry can become
pretty confusing u n l e s s
you know all the angles,
but Mimi seems sure of
her ability to solve the
A broadcast of Sohrab and
Rustumls fight to the fin-
ish gave a realistic atmos-
phere to this English class,
study of the poem.
Mr. John Crimes-physicsg Miss Dorothy Grove-commercial
subjectsg Miss Fern High-nurscg Mrs. Fernc Horne-guicl-
ance counsclorg Dr. Iual Kendall-doctorg Mr. Charles Lohr
-biology, general mathg Miss Harriet Manning-Englishg
Miss Margery McClure-Lating Miss Florence McLaughlin
-English, journalism, typing.
Mr. John Melmer-liiologyg Mr. Nelson Mills-English, pub-
lic spcakingg M1'. YVilliam Mitchell-typing, Spunishg Mr.
Donley Mollenauer-U. S. liistoryg Miss Mabel Moorc-libra-
riang Mrs. Geraldine Morgan-Englishg Miss Eileen Nesbitt
elinglish, Lating Miss Marie Neuinarker-Englislig Miss Adu
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Smoke gets in their eyes as
the chemistry class experi-
ments with hydrochloric
acid and ammonia.
Mrs. Floy Penn-readingg Mr. Raymond Peters-mechanical
drawingg Miss Martha Pickens-Englishg Mr. Philip Prutz-
man-instrumental musicg Mr. Reed Raines-chemistryg Mr.
John Ramsey-shopg Mr. John Reed-drivingg Miss Anne
Rightmire-plane geometryg Miss Rita Roegge-Spanish.
Mr. Probert Ruth-physicsg Mr. Douglas Shaner-artg Miss
Sarah Sniithfsolid geometry, trigonomctryg Miss May Sneary
-musicg Mr. joseph Srp-plane geometryg Mr. Albert
Stnisheworld historyg Mr. Carl Streams-algebrag Mr.
Kirk Tallman-world historyg Miss Anna Thompson-Em
Christmas cheer was sent
abroad by the French
classesg Barbara is pointing
to the boxes, destinations
while they are being puck-
To "fly through the air
with the greatest of easev
is the ambition of these
aviation students inspect-
ing some of their model
YVoman7s Work is never
clone, but in the newly gla-
morized home ec suite fu-
ture homernakers learn the
Searl and Marshall proud-
ly peruse their umaginim
opusf, a joint project on
Classes in sawing Wood
fliterally speakingj will
make these boys "so nice
to have around the housef'
Draft 18-year-olds? Mr.
Doak thinks so, but 18-
year-old Iohnny begs to
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mercial subjectsg Bliss Ruth StephenseEnglishg Mr. Earl ' , 2 ?
Whipkeyhalgebra, aviationg Bliss Helen Zuhniser-French. V 05 ' ' If '
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CTOP LJ VVho says girls are never good at math? Here are three proofs to the contrary: CTOP RJ Learning
to "sew a fine seam" seems easy in theory, but the technique requires serious thought. CBOTTOM L.J Fault-
less grammar will leave no strikes against us when we go off to college or into the business world. QBOT-
TOM RJ "asdf", "Mayor Mumford", and nhe had a furv run through the minds and fingers of these typing
The game wasn't ouer when the ninth
inning encleclg there was still plenty of
fun after the last putaut was made. Our
activities and sports kept us on the field
long after the crowds had gone home
TXVELFTH CRADE EXECUTIVE BOARD
FRONT: Crcen, Ruthven, Houston, XVoeckner, Chile, SlOlH2II1, Coffin, Brown. ROW 2: McEwen, B. Smith,
Paul Bovvell, Alderdiee, Cillen, Schruium, jones. ROVV 3: Canaga, Hutchins, Liadis, Mitchell, Peter Bowell,
XV:1ite, Reagan, Clemens. ROXV 4: Lyman, Barnes, C. Smith, VVilliams, Hartman, Cox, Essick, Farrell, C-emmer.
Executive Board Officers
FRONT: Richard Klaber, Cirol
Couch, Martha Ludwick, jim Bri
ker. BACK: Bob Billingsley, Due
EXECUTIVE BOARD AND COURT
"Mr. President, why can't we have com-
mencement on the high school field?', This
was one of the problems discussed at Execu-
tive Board meetings this year. The Board
consists of the presidents of each homeroom
plus one representative from each senior
homeroom. When an important question is
raised in a homeroom meeting, the president
of that section reports the question at the next
Board meeting where it is discussed and per-
haps solved. This system of representation
gives each student a voice in his school gov-
Another important group in the student
government is the Student Court. It consists
of four senior judges, two junior judges, and
two sophomore clerks. Disapproved conduct
often means an out-of-order slip, which sum-
mons the student to report to the next session
of the Court. The judges consider each case
carefully and impersonally before making a
ELEVENTH GRADE BOARD
FRONT: VVilliams, Gastmeycr,
M a r t i n, Brown, McDonald.
ROVV 2: Manning, Pendleton,
Gruncnwald, Murton, McCar-
tan. ROVV 3: Eld, Burton,
fvlinklcr, Flynn, Cherry, Clut-
TENTH GRADE BOARD
FRONT: Brick, O'Farrcll,
Chidestcr, VVitt, M c C l a r e n.
ROVV 2: Friclell, Baldus, Pa-
lonc, Luft, Rust, Mahoney,
Mihm. ROW 3: Ruff, Marie,
Jordan, johns, Griffith, Peck-
ham, Schuchts, Doubleday, A.
Peck, Lindberg, deLaval, Ruthven, Murphy, Heineman, Lynn
Capable Committee Heads Were
l COMMITTEE AND
Achievement .,.... Mary Ann Hogsett
Auditorium Assistant . , .Lenore Meister
Attendance ,.,........... Sally Miller
Biology . . ,.,. . .John Malcolm
Book .,,.,..,...,,...... Helen Iones
Bulletin Board ...., Muriel Henderson
Cafeteria. . .Mac Canaga, Stan Corbett,
Bob Leis, Iohn Drgon
Chemistry ..,.,.........,. Tom Foley
Class Rank ...,...4 Ward Barnes
Decorating ,....... Howard Guenther
Devotional ........,.,..., Joe Swaim
Driving ......,.,..... Loreen Bender
Good Sportsmanship ,Boxanna Ryman
Gym Squad fGirls,Q ..,,... Jessie Iones
Honor Award .........,, Paula Grimm
Hospitality ..... .... D orothy Coffin
The honor award committee faithfully kept the records of our eternal n Knute Hartman
struggle for enough activities points to earn those tiny gold keys and guards.
Information ..4,4..,. Donna Crissman
Library ,,,.,.,.......,,. Nancy Volz
Lost and Found .... .... I oan Friday
COMMITTEE AND SQUAD CHAIBMEN
SITTING: McKenzie, Gillen, Volz, Fineman, Gustavson. STANDING: Drgon, Maehling,
Crissman, Dougherty, H. Jones, Rankin, Alderdice, Minihan, Swaim, Moore.
Indispensable to the School
Make-up V.,.,..,.. Eleanor McKenzie
Medical. .Barbara Brown, Linda Shoop
Needle and Thread. .Nancy Dougherty
Physics ..... jim Bishop, Roger Brown
Poster ............... Ruth F ineinan
Projection . ..... .. .... Lee Ross
Public Address ......... Tom Gernmer
Publicity ....,...... Ada Joseph
Pied Cross . ....... .Julie Maehling
Scenery .... Carol Caughey, Don Nagel
Scholastic ........ Stuart Hemmenway
Score Board .............. Bob Bankin
Social .....,....,....... Peg Minihan
Stage Crew .... Dick Auhl, Phil Reagan
Student Services Ex. ..... Iulie Whitney
Studio .......... Jim Lynn, Bob Bruce
Traffic .,............... Paul Murphy NVAYS AND 5,113 ANS
Ushers CBoys'Q. .Dick Moore, john Al-
derdice, Mike Gillen
Ushers fGirls,Q ..... Shirley Gustavson
Ways and Means .......,. Flo Kappler
Feeding the hungry hordes seemed like an impossible task until the ways
and means girls put their talents to work at the Herculean job.
COMMITTEE AND SQUAD CHAIRMEN
SITTING: joseph, Guenther, Kappler, Canaga, Hogsctt, Ryman. STANDING: Lynn, Hen-
derson, Reagan, Bames, Auhl, B. Brown, Hcnnnenway, Corbett, S. Miller, Grimm, Murphy.
w DEVOTION S
The arrangement of those confusing little siphons
glass tubes Was the job of the chemistry squad.
The religious ideals set forth in the inspiring pro-
grams presented over the P.A. originated with the de-
The names ot geniuses passed through the hands of
the scholastic committee and onto the honor rolls at the
end of each report period.
The medical squad came equipped with first aid
know-how, thermometers, and an overwhelming supply
of aspirin to soothe the moaning victim's aches and
The social committee was behind the fun everybody
had at the dances and gets credit for planning all the
school social affairs.
Aeitziqvii ies Rolling
The hoys that stood behind the projector in the deep,
dark recesses of 308 and hrought us thosc 'gediicationalu
movies were members of the projection squad.
The puhlicity squad were responsihle for advertising
school affairsflulame them for those spectacular P.A.
The class rank committee determined each studcnt's
scholastic standing in relation to the others in his grade
-that mysterious factor colleges are so interested in.
The fame and fortunes of Mt. Lebanon alumni were
recorded hy the achievement committee, who file news-
paper clippings relating the activities of graduates.
The boys, usher squad callously ripped up those
precious tickets we paid good money for at the games.
Most of you have stayed after
school at least once this year. When
you were leaving, you may have no-
ticed a slight hum coming from the
direction of the third floor. If you
had followed this hum, it would have
led you to room 305, Where you
would have found a dozen or more
people Working and planning. Upon
inquiring, you could have quickly
learned that the object of their atten-
tion vvas the next issue of the Mounty,
our literary magazine. Few people
realize how much Work really goes
into this magazine. There were about
eighty people on the staff this year--
Writers, artists, typists, proofreaders,
and mimeographers. They Worked
together to produce four big forty-
page issues of stories, essays, and
poems. Also appearing in various ad-
ventures on the back of every issue
was Montgomery Mole, the Mounty
mascot. The Mounty is actually a
product of our whole school since
anyone can submit his Work and
many articles came from students
that were not on the staff. This is
one of the main reasons Why the
Mounty was so popular this year.
Henderson, Graham, Miller.
STANDING: Harness, Bender, Hender-
son, Graham, Ballinger. SEATED: Bulg-
er, Schnars, Streinc.
A MOUNTY ASSEMBLY wlicre chaos, tu-
mult, in fact pandemonium reigns.
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Credit for keeping the Lantern lit
goes to dynamic editors Ronnie Clem-
ens, Roxi Ryman, Susie Wagner, and
Bruce Thielemann and to their ener-
getic sponsor Miss McLaughlin. The
process of cleaning the chimney,
trimming the wick, and replenishing
the fuel supply of the school paper
goes something like this: first the
staff racks its collective brain for
news that might make interesting
reading. Then the reporters drop
into room 208 to pick up their as-
signments. When the stories and
feature material are done, they're
turned over to the typists and, when
typed, sent to the printer, Who re-
turns the "galley proofsi'-long sheets
of pink paper with the stories printed
on them. These are scanned for mis-
takes and pasted on the "dummy
sheetv, which is a blank Lantern with
the columns marked off. The head-
lines are Written in above the articles,
and the completed dummy is return-
ed to the printer. When the printer
sends back the finished products,
they are assembled with the mimeo-
graphed ullevilettev inside, and thatis
when We hear that familiar an-
nouncement from the studio, uThe
Lantern shines tonightlv
Ryman, Thielemann, Clemens, YVagner,
SEATED: Dougherty, DiSalvio, Gast-
meyer, Brown, dcLaval.
STANDING: Sanders, Carpenter, Rox-
brough, VVardlc, McKee, MacDonald,
FRONT: Yarger, Spindler, Anderson,
Ludwick, McLain, Lindberg. ROXV 2:
Button , Grimm, J o h n s t o n, Gularski,
Smith, Dcttling, Stewart. ROYV 3: M. L,
Xvllllitlf, J. Walker, Bunting, Jordan,
Hecht, Hyde, Coughlin, Morgan, Perkins,
Q 0 4. Kept the eeords or 195045
LOG EDITORS: Nancy McLain, Jim Lynn, Beth Hurley, Margaret Green, Mary Ann Lynd
recorded in the good ship Mt. Lebo,s Log the storms and calms of 1950-51.
In the press box throughout the 1951
game, the Log staff struggled to record
the events of each inning. Crumpled
bits of paper and used flashbulbs litter-
ed the floor as the literary staff, art
staff, and photographers strove for the
best in Write-ups, lay-outs and pictures
to record each home run the team hit.
Forster, Gillen, Lynd, Wardle, Ryerson,
ROVV 1: Garner, Furman, Anderson, Sar-
gent. ROW 2: Lynn, Kappler, Ludwick,
Wagner, Storch, Streine. ROW 3: Morgan,
Linn, Button, Gooding, Johnston, Swearin-
gen, Hukill, Theilemann.
Rankin, Ball, Carpenter, McLain, August,
Songstters on Ptclt
FRONT ROVV: Phillips, Ludwick, Christie, Ziegler, D. Couch, Bean, Schietinger, Coffman. ROW 2: Morgan, Mergott,
Wise, Mihm, Lindberg, Banta, Schneider, Bender, Van Gundy, Arnold, Nelson, Fawcett, MacMain. ROW 3: Adams
Simpson, Ball, George, Welch, deLaval, Hill, Baker, Green, Hecht, Work, DeGiovanni, Frandsen, Patterson, Sloman
Kelly, Gilbert, Weldon. ROW 4: Iohnson, Graham, Storch, Ienkins, Bucker, Meider, Broughton, King, Iulian, Spindler
Furman, Orluske. ROW 5: Holmes, Siedle, Bruce, Shields, Clark, E. Hobbs, Buck, Kifer, Parlette, Wai-dle, Molter
FRONT ROW: Ebert, Brant, Young, McMaster, Pratt, Buckley, Medis, C. Clark, Van Voorhis, Troiani, Kurtz. ROW 2:
Kappler, Voigt, Galbraith, Greco, Adams, McFee, Wood, Little, Nelson, Bellaver, Graul, l. Peck. ROW 3: Woeckner
Akers, Maloney, Brick, Kayser, Howe, Whitney, DeWalt, Boyd, M, I Schnars, Driessen. ROW 4: B. I. Clarke, Maue
Hufnagel, E. L. Denmead, Vietorisz, Flury, Hoffman, Paar, Harlan.
FRONT ROW: Sullivan, O'Donnell, C. Couch, Marshall ,D. Dougherty, Nichols, Braymer, Hildebrand, Fortunato, Tressel
Parke. ROW 2: Maucher, McAfoos, Best, Gordon, Blosser, Froehlich, Davies, R. Schnars, Eckert, Colwill, Haus, Keifer,
Iones, Sasso. ROW 3: Lloyd, Oettinger, Harness, Yetter, Englert, Fife, Behen, Goodman, McKenzie, Dorman. ROW 4
Bunting, Herman, Hurst, Sippell, Krapi, Bender, Hemmenway, McKay, Weathersby.
Music Munsters Hurd
Mt. Lebanon copped the pennant in the
musical league this year. Mr. Prutzman and
the band started the ball rolling with their
tricky formations and arrangements of popu-
lar songs at the football games. The Stadium
Band Revue at end of the football season was
often postponed but Well Worth Waiting for.
The next big event was the presentation of
Handells "Messiah', by the choruses. Watch-
ing the candlelight processional and standing
for the glorious "Hallelujahv were impressive
The P.T.A.-sponsored recital for our talent-
CTOPD FRONT: McKee, Chidester, Jewell, Krcll.
BACK: Joseph, Hertel, Rhyner, Terman, Nagel.
CBOTTOMD FRONT: Shaffer, Hislop, Lucky, Heckel.
BACK: Dasdorf, Fee, Hemmeniavay, Wolfers.
GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO Clliglit Abovel
SEATED: Arnold, Van Cundy, Adams, Wise, Ben-
der, MacMain. STANDING: NVcldon, Spindler, Or-
luske, Hill, Furman, Simpson, Gilbert.
BOYS, QUARTET CRight Belowp
Bob Bruce, Harrison Shields, Al Wardle, Jim Clark.
the Right Ticket
ed musicians was a new venture this year and
a tremendous success.
In March came the return of the band,
when it combined with the orchestra to pre-
sent the concert. And in May there were the
catchy tunes, colorful costumes, and clever
plot of the operetta.
As always, the Girls' Triple Trio and the
Boys, Quartet punctuated the season with
their appearances at assemblies, luncheons,
FRONT ROYV: Elsey, Troxell, Markle, C. Couch,
Garner, A. Clark, B. I. Clarke, Mulvihill, Melienzie,
Marcia Harpster, Spangler, Howe, F. Dernncad, E. L.
Denmead, Montgomery, M. L. Harpster, O,Brien,
Maloney, Murphy, Stricklel. ROXV 2: Peter Bowell,
B. Fee, Balch, Simmons, Goddard, Osiier, Viskochil,
Short, Hollingsworth, Langord, Hislop, Paul Bowell.
ROVV 3: McCain, Brown, Kerr, Fording, Peoples,
Tennyson, Totino, Maucher, Kuhn, Stewart, Scanlon,
Harlan, Hertel. ROYV 4: Flynn, Boss, Daugherty,
Barnes, Lyle, Joseph, Sofis, Harris, Ballinger, Van
Voorhis, Beyacqua, Davis, Mlaterman. ROXV 5: John-
son, Sawyer, Tice, Rhyner, Charleston, Spalla, Gros-
so, D. Fee, Kramer, Dallas, Smith, Dasdorf. RONV 6:
Ambler, Grunenwald, Richards, Patterson, Mellon,
Boyd, Anderson, Dick, Reid, Cameron, Kieffer. ROXV
7: I. Clark, Foley, Morgan, Buchanan, Campbell,
Hemmcnway, Ryhicki, VVian, Elam, Giconi.
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Our NYM' roups
Fellowship has been the aim of our Hi-Y
this year, and its members have participated
in many enjoyable and worthwhile activities,
The Blue, Cedar, and Gold Chapters, spon-
sored by Mr. Baines, Mr. WVhipkey, and Mr.
Mitchell, respectively, met with other "YU or-
ganizations at a convocation at Trinity Cathe-
dral. Here local charters were granted.
Emphasis has been put on both religion
and education. One of the highlights, a mov-
ie on religious tolerance, was shown to the
Swimming at the "YD, bowling, and Hi-Y
league basketball games between the senior
Blues, the junior Cedars and the sophomore
Colds have rounded out the season activities
of these groups.
SENIOR BLUE HI-Y
Peter Bowcll, Lusk, Barrett, Swaim.
JUNIOR CEDAR HI-Y
Gorr, Meyer, Clifton, Hulse, Damon.
SOPHOMORE GOLD HI-Y
FRONT: Art Mulling, Goodrich, Ladley.
BACK: Paar, Henderson, Broughton.
Some underprivileged children will be happy with
these dolls dressed by the Betas.
Offered Fellowship cmd Serqvziee
Ask a Mt. Lebo girl "Y', she likes her teens. Hereis
Miss Grove was sponsor to the senior Alphas. These
glamorous gals modeled in a fashion show, helped the
Betas handle the sophomore recognition service, and
took charge of several worthy social service projects.
The junior Betas, headed by Miss Frobese, learned
to 'cknow themselvesi' by having speakers on person-
ality, dating, and social problems.
The Sigmas and Deltas, the two sophomore groups,
were sponsored by Miss Manning and Miss Stephens.
Following Y-Teen fellowship spirit, they "knew oth-
ersn with square dances and programs on teen-age
Alpha Santa Clauses with full packs set out
Problems' for their adopted family.
SENIOR ALPHAS CSeatedQ Englert, Furman, Peck, Ryerson, Ryman. CStandingD Miller, Otto, Linn, Green. JUNIOR
BETAS CF1'ontJ 'vVolfers, Gilbert. CROW 21 Cunningham, Adams. CROW 31 Replogle, Rall, Klimoheek, Overholt,
Calpass, Guthrie. SOPHOMORE DELTAS fSeatedl Frederick, Friday, Doyle, Deeter, Carver, Critelli. QStandingD
Davenport, Hill, Briggs, Dimling, Strickler. SOPHOMORE SIGMAS CBackl deLaval, NValker, Morgan, VVeathers-
by, Herman. CFrontD Adams, Erskine, VVitt.
Players Scored ez Success
This can't be the Green Hall Girls' Dorm!"
MOTHER IS A FRESHNIAN
A beautiful, charming young widow, a handsome zoology
professor, a pompous, suspicious dean, and all the mildly
insane people who inhabit and haunt a girls' dormitory-
there you have the ideal high school play. The east and
anyone who saw Mother Is II Freslmzau will agree.
Cast: Mrs. Abigail Abbott-Mary Ellen Timberlake, Aud-
rey Vecella, Susan-Daryle Wfolfers, Maryrose Bassett, Mrs.
Miller-Barbara Buerkle, Joyce Connors, Sylvia-Louise
Milligan, Ioye Vlliehert, Bunny-Marianne NIaeMain, Nan-
ette Nelson, Helen-Barbara Behen, Patti Ilufnagel, Carrie
-Betty Jane Fawcett, Ruth Hennessy, Clara-Janie Arnold,
Carole Avery, Marge-Jo Ann Wise, Iosey Phillips, Bobo-
Dave Farrell, Jack-Roger Brown, Howie-Jim Bishop, Bill
-Charles 'Wyndhamg Dean Gillingham-Bruee Thielemann,
Professor Michaels-John Lutz, Bill Zehfuss, Student Di-
reetors-Julie Maehling, Ioanne Graham.
QFOP LJ Prof. Michaels is smitten by love at first sight. CTOP RJ "Professorl!D CBOTTOM LJ Bunny, the first casu-
alty retires to nurse her wounds. KBOTTOM RJ Properties committee begged, borrowed, or stole to keep the play going.
with Two Hilarious Productions
OUT OF THE FRYING PAN
Three actors and three actresses living together in one
apartment above a producer who makes gumho, some-
body named Stanislavsky, a proper father on Bostonis
hoard of eensors, two slightly thick-headed copsvit sounds
confusing, hut everyone Went home happyg the actors
found jobs and the audience found an evening of howls.
Cast: George Bodell-Dave Farrell, -lim Hergetg Nor-
man Reese-Ronnie Clemens, Bill Zehfussg Mrs. Garnet-
Donna Ball, Julie Machlingg Tony Dennison-Dave Cald-
well, Bill Boyleg Muriel Foster-Gay Anderson, Marianne
Maeklaing Kate Ault-Susie VVagner, Margie Spindler,
Marge Benson-Mary Simpson, Dots Coffin, Dottie Co-
burn-Margie Slornan, Joanne Graham, Mr. Coburn-
Bruee Thielemann, Mr. Kenny-Dick McConnell, First
Cop-Stan Corbett, Second Cop-John Keegang Student
Directors-Nanette Nelson, Carole Avery.
Somehow this looks like foul play
CTOP LJ "But Iive never spit on a producer heforeln QTOP RJ George isnit really crazy-he just likes blue shirts
KBOTTOM L.D Don't worry, Mrs. Garnet, it's only a play, remember? CBOTTOM RJ "Dear God, please send us 1 p1o
At the end of the first semester the students pictur-
ed on these two pages had won one or more of the
most coveted awards offered by Mt. Lebanon High
School. Onyx and gold Activities Keys went to those
diligent students who had accumulated ninety points
in scholarship, athletics, committees and squads, pub-
lication staffs, student government, and all the other
school activities. Two particularly outstanding sen-
iors, Paul Murphy and Julie Maehling, amassed two-
hundred points and qualified to receive the tiny but
elusive Activities Guards.
Excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and
character are the requirements for membership in
the National Honor Society. By the end of their 12B
semester twenty-eight Mt. Lebanon students had re-
ceived this highest honor which a secondary school
Paul and Julie, our two Old PWS, Were the OUIY Students Quill and Scroll, an international literary society for
to receive guards at midsemcster' high school journalists and writers, requires outstand-
ing work on the Log, the Lantern, or the Mounty be-
fore the student can qualify for membership.
eugme Lea ers Received
FRONT: Miller, VVieke, Whelan, Fawcett, Spindler, Mihm, Houston, Smith, Ludwick, McLain. ROW 2: George, Storch, Sar-
gent, Green, Sloman, Chile, Brown, Ruthven, Henderson, Kappler. ROW 3: Hartman, Thielemann, Fineman, Joseph, Zehfuss, Fur-
man, Dodson, Wilder, Lindberg, Maehling, VVagner, MacMain, Peck, Paul Bowell. ROWV 4: VVilliams, McConnell, Ryerson, Grimm,
Ryman, Volz, Miller, Lightbown, Bender, Reavis, Lynn. RONV 5: Barnes, Murphy, Smith, Clemens, Hcmmenway, Klaber, Peter
Bowell, Reagan, Corbett.
QUILL AND SCROLL
FRONT: Zeph, Litten, L.
Miller. ROYV 2: Uln'icl1,
Hulse, Rimer, YVillis. ROYV
3: S. Miller, Heidenreiclm,
Meyers, Clemens, Green,
Ryman, Treharne, Boo k,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FRONT: Ryman, Joseph, Button, Maehling, Crissman, Kappler, MucMain. ROW 2: Grimm, Sargent, Green, Furman, Miller, VVild-
er, Lindberg, Ludwick. ROWV 3: Peck, Bruker, McConnell, Lynn, Reavis, Hemmcnway, Mihm. ROW 4: Barnes, Hartman, VVil
liams, Klaber, Clemens, Murphy.
HIGHEST HONOR ROLL FIRST SEMESTER
FRONT ROXV: Ivy Hill, joan Furman, Lucy Hodnette, Ioan Chidester, Arlene Mering, Bob Lucky. ROVV 2: Hugh
Pendleton, Elizabeth Beveridge, Ann deLaval, Ruth Fineman, Mary Ann Frederick, Paula Grimm, Mary Io Ryerson, Lor-
raine Krell, Lenore XVeathersby. ROVV 3:Tom Manning, Jerry Clutter, VVard Barnes, Chuck VVilliams, john Drgon, Paul
Grunenwald, Miller, Peck, Stuart, Hemmcnway, Tom Adams, Dick McConnell, john Linkhauer, Bob Swearingen.
fAbsentqloanne Graham, Eileen McKibhen, Bill Minkler, Bill Malcolm, Hope Hodnette, Sue Galbraith, Jerry Mahoney,
jack Harmon, Mary Ann Peck, john Redmond, Ron Van Voorhis, Helen McClarc-nl.
LEFT: Outstanding Latin students were Hugh Pendleton, Bob Lucky, Tom Manning, and john Linkhauer. Hugh and
john placed among the first ten in a Latin scholastic test at the Buhl Planetarium. John also took first place for third
year Latin at the Planetarium. RIGHT: Shirley Goodman, Bill Malcolm, Mary Jane Hartman, Barhara Rowe, Maudie
Baker, and Erika Erskine all received awards for Latin projects exhibited at the Planetarium.
Won Additional Recognition
RIGHT: The seven highest ranking National
Honor Society nieanhcrs eligible to compete
for National Honor scholarships were: XVard
Barnes, Roxi Ryman, Chuck YVillia1ns, Jim
Lynn, Paul Murphy, Mary Sargent, Dick Mc-
BELOVV: fT.L.D Instrunientalists Allen Lan-
gord, Marianne MacMain, Monnie Adams, Ann
deLaval, and Bob Hcincnian together with
vocalists CCENTERD Katherine Goddard and
Margaret Spindler gave a recital in Mellon Au-
ditorium. It was a ineniorablc occasion as well
as the first event of its kind. CT.R.D Chuck
XVilliams received the Rensselaer Medal for his
outstanding work in mathematics and science.
CB.L.D Bahs Beck received a gold key, a Schol-
astic art award, for her textile design. CB.R.D
Stuart Hcnnnenway was presented with the
Bausch and Lomh award for excellent work
Qklost valuable athletes in each sportj
1950 TRACK Qtrackj
1950 TRACK Cfieldy
Front Row: Hamill, Blatt, Can-
aga, Corbett, Brakcr, Kirk,
Brown, Reardon, McConnell.
How 2: Bennett, Slack, YVal-
ton, Menkc, Clutter, Dunn,
Graham, Murphy, Klaher. Bow
3: Coach Tallman, Liherto,
Jones, Schramm, Billingsley,
Zivic, Cox, Hartman, Gcmmor,
llcad Coach Beckcrt. Row 4:
Humphreys, MeCartan, Mur-
ray, VVilliams, Keegan, Pctrclli,
Scmak, Paff, Portman, Parlette.
Front Bow: Thielemann,
Schuchts, Doubleday, Kenni-
han, Donoghue, Fish, Powell.
How 2: Nee, McKee, Phillips,
Marie, Kayser, Rust, Spagnolo,
Iaegcr, Flynn. Bow 3: Rees,
Luft, Liadis, Brown, Temmel,
Giordano, YVilder, Kern, Ber-
mel, Toth. Row 4: Francis,
Buchncr, Borland, Dickinson,
Miller, Lindberg, XVaterman,
Rohl, Velucci, Schneider.
Mt. Lebanonls 1950 football team started the
season aiming for the championship. For the
first four games it looked as if they might make
it, too, but the following games didnft go as they
had planned. The Mounties completely over-
powered their non-league opponents and then
went on to tumble Penn from the "double AI'
race in their first league game. Aside from their
league games, the boys wanted most to win their
opener. This first game was against Waynes-
burg, the only team to hand Mt. Lebanon a de-
feat last season, and so the boys had only one
purpose in mind, to avenge that defeat. And
avenge it they did as they walloped Waynes-
nndfzf .st '.',1fi'nf?7 bffrfm
TWENTY SENIORS playing
their last time for the Blue and
Cold were honored before thc
burg, 27-0. Each succeeding week brought com-
petition a little tougher, but the Blue Devils had
little trouble in downing first Perry and then
South High. In the South game our boys show-
ed terrific driving power as they marched down
the field time and again only to fumble within
the 15 yard line. The final score of 40-6 might
have been more one-sided if they had held on
to the ball on those scoring threats. It was evi-
dent the next week that the Mounties did not
have power to spare against improved compe-
tition as they finally downed a never-give-up
Penn team, 14-7. However, the following week
an unusually strong Washington team was too
much for the Blue Devils, who just didnit have
LETTERMEN: Qriglmtl Blatt, Jones, Liberto,
Schramm, Billingsley, Cbelowl Zivic, Slack, Canagu,
Kirk, Braker, McConnell, Hartman, Murphy.
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
Baldwin , .
Shaler . . .
Carrick . .
Butler . .
CHEERLEADERS: N or ln a
Chile, Nancy Gill, Barbara
Baum-r, joan Friday, Margin
Marshall, Kay Ketchum, Don-
na DeCiovanni, Bunlcy Over-
holt, Audrey Yecella, Mary
that extra bit to pull through. The XVilkinsburg
game was probably the thriller of the year as
the score seesawed during both halves, with it
anybodyps ball game until the final whistle.
There was one difference between this and the
Penn game-the biggest difference possible-Mt.
Lebanon came out on the short instead of the
long end. The following two weeks found the
Mounties losing to both Uniontown and Butler
to end the season in defeat though not disgrace.
The team was paid a high compliment by the
coaches who said that though the boys were not
the best football players, they were the nicest
bunch of fellows they had ever coached.
COACHES: Cleft? Stanish, Doak, Beclcert, Talllnan.
LETTERMEN: Cbelowl Cox, Keegan, Paff, Brown
Corbett, VVilliams, Klaibcr, Hamill.
ff mr., . ,,.-5,3 A :M ,AT ,flmqu ..,.t , V- ,- , , , , ,. . ,,-A
Mounty Harriers Brought Home
Coach Mollenauer, Bob Cherry, and Pete Bowell add a fifth state
championship trophy to the already imposing array.
Mt. L. 15 ,....... Canonsburg 40
Mt. L. 15 .,.,..,,...,., Penn 40
Mt. L. 19 ,...., New Kensington 36
Mt. L. 15 ..,. Connellsville 40
Mt. L. 18 .... . . Ambridge 37
Mt. L. 15 ,.., . . . New Castle 40
Mt. L. 17 ,...,..,.,., Aliquippa 38
Mt. Lebanon 60 ,.., VVilkinsburg 75
Mt. Lebanon 69, .. Williamsport 122
With their best record in the past few years
the Mountie harriers regained their supremacy
of former seasons and proved themselves to be
the best squad in statewide cross country com-
petition. Coach Mollenauefs capable guidance
helped the thinclads to win nine consecutive
meets this season, four by perfect scores, includ-
ing the W.P.1.A.L. and state championships.
Row 1: Matthews, Milnn, Kraft, Giordano, Kortner.
Row 2: Pete Bowell, Walsh, Paul Bowell, Coach Mollenauer, Higgins, Cherry, Terinan.
tt Fifth State Championship
This is the fifth time since 1940 that the harriers
have won the laurels at Penn State. The Moun-
ties had plenty of good material coupled with
the will to win, which showed up in each meet.
Pacing the squad were Wally Giordano and Bob
Cherry, while other standouts were Pete and
Paul Bowell, Bob Kortner, Eddie Mihm, Doug
Terman, Drew Higgins. VVally Giordano burned
up the track as he set a new record while lead-
ing the team to victory over New Kensington.
Eddie Mihm, who is only a sophomore, consist-
ently placed in Mt. Lebanonis first five and
showed great promise for the next two years.
Coach Mollenauer has high hopes that the
squad will extend this record in 1951.
A large junior varsity squad finished the seas-
on with a creditable record of four wins and one
loss. Their only defeat was at the hands of the
Central Catholic varsity. The team defeated the
Shadyside varsity and the junior varsities from
Ambridge , New Castle, and Aliquippa. Ion
Thomas and john Thomas were the sparkplugs
of the jayvees, along with Eddie Reddy, lack
Bell, Tom Blandford, and Dan O'Connor.
P , 5
Kortner, Bowell, Cherry, and Mihm finish in a dead heat
Row 1: Ion Thomas, Bell, Sabo, John Thomas, Cullen.
Row 2: Toci, Peck, Redmond, Stearn, Barnes, Barrett, Fox.
tigers Showed lmproqved Form
YVitt sails under the board for an incredible shot.
Lacking in height, but not in spirit, the 1950-
51 edition of the Mounty hoopsters finished the
season with a record of ten wins and nine losses.
In the opener our fighting floormen came
from behind during the second half to defeat
Avalon by three points. Subsequent wins over
Penn, VVest View, Crafton, and Bethel twice,
coupled with losses to Washington, Munhall,
Charleroi, McKeesport, and Wilkinsburg, round-
ed out the exhibition season for Mt. Lebanon.
The Blue Devils started off well in W.P.I.A.L.
competition, defeating Baldwin by more than
twenty points before recording their first loss to
Dormont. They edged Clark and tumbled to
Brentwood before dropping Baldwin again, but
losses to Dormont and Clark forced the Mount-
ies to topple Brentwood in the final game to
maintain their .500 record in section play.
The most valuable player and consistent high
scorer was Bob Witt, who had a season total of
FRONT RQW: Bradway, McGrecvey, Flynn, Murphy, jones. HOXV 2: Johnson, Puff, Smith, VVitt, Fairgricve
ROW 3: Keegan, Cox, Slack, Hyams, Clair, Coach Clark.
s Season Closed
228 points and an average of 12 per
game. Bob was chosen for the all-sec-
tion team as one of the districtls out-
standing players. Playmaker Paul Mur-
phy starred throughout the season and
was a great morale booster. Other stand-
outs were cagcy ball-handler jack
Smith, deadly southpaw Dick Bradway,
push-shot artist john Keegan, pivot man
Bill Hyams around the keyhole, and re-
bounder Herb Cox. Al johnson, one of
the squad's two juniors, also saw plenty
Coach Kirk Tallman's all-sophomore
quintet showed great promise of pros-
pective varsity material for the next two
years. The jayvees breezed through
their schedule with 12 wins and 7 losses.
Ronnie Jones and lack Kern showed
fine form throughout the season and
were the usual high scorers.
Mt, L. 46 .,..., Avalon ...,.
Mt. L. 43 ...... VVilkinsburg
Mt. L. 37 ,..... Penn ,......
Mt. L. 36 .,.... McKeesport
Mt. L. 60. . . . . Crafton . , .
Mt. L. 41 ..... Charleroi ..
Mt. L. 67. . . Bethel . . .
Mi. L. 41... .. Munhall ...
Mt. L. 39 r..... Bethel
Mt. L. 539. .. .. YVest View .
Mt. L. 29 ...., VV2lS11l1lgtO11
Mt. L. 42-21 Baldwin 39-51
Mt. L. 41-44 Dormont 66-50
Mt. L. 55-53 Clark 48-39
Mt. L. 29-49 Brentwood 39-51
CLOCKXVISE T. to B.: Keegan scores with
his specialty. yy junior Al Iolmson nets two
points. D XVitt goes up for a rebound. by
Itis an easy lay-up for Herb. in "Murph,'
shovels in a fielder.
n the Diamond Our Nine He dl
On the diamond our blue and gold
sluggers sported a season record of
seven Wins and four losses. Art Cusick,
the team's hard-hitting catcher and a
member of the varsity for three years,
was elected the most valuable. Chuck
Dickerson finished the season With-
out an error and Ed CBoom-Boom?
Beck displayed unusually fine form
on the mound. The final game of the
season saw twenty Blue Devils step
up to the plate in one inning to score
fourteen runs. Of the sixteen mem-
' 'f bers of the squad five underclassmen
The Whistle blows, the ball is up, and the game is on! will return next year-
FRONT ROVV: Connors, Bust, Karcher, Harris. ROXV 2: Mahoney, Mulling, Peckham, Griffiths. ROVV 3: Kern,
Greer, Jones, Coach Tallnnm.
Mt. L. 5. .7 Mcliccsport 2. .3 Mt. L
hit. L. 6. .5 Klunhall 2. .9 Mt. L
Mt. L. 1.11 Clairton 9. .8 Mt. L
Mt. L. 7. .4 Duquesne 5 . 15 Mt. L
Mt. L. 3 .... XVilkinsburg 1
Mt. L. ll .... N. Catholic 6
Mt.L.2 .. ..,.. Oliver 6
Q X Q39 fi? N 43
QTOP LJ Murphy takes a healthy cut. CTOP BJ Westwood digs for first.
CBOTTOM L.D You tell iem, "Speed," CBOTTOM RJ Beck's pickoff attempt
FRONT ROW: Harmon, Fedele, Dickerson, Eggers, Canaga. ROW 2: Dickinson, Beck, Murphy, Bradway,
Coss, Pankopf, Peckham. ROW 3. Eld, Cusick, Lowell, MCKenney, Coach Clark, Westwood, Sherrick, Wilson,
Trackmen Added to Moaumztzies
Button stretches for the tape at
the Tri-State Coaches' Meet.
Tri-State Coaches' Meet ...Second Place
W.P.I.A.L. Relays ,....... ..., F irst Place
Washington Invitational ........... First Place
Allegheny County Districts Meet ,,.. First Place
W.P.I.A.L. Championship Meet ..,, Third Place
State Championship Meet, District Scoring Only
1950 Will go down as another outstanding
track year in Mt. Lebanonls sports history. As
a matter of fact, it is more out of the ordinary
for Mr. Mollenauer's boys to have an average
season than it is for them to have an outstanding
one, for year after year they have made sports
headlines and broken -records for Mt. Lebanon.
To mention only some of the highlights of the
I950 season, the team Won the Connellsville Re-
lays, the Washington Invitational, and the Alle-
gheny Independent Districts Meet, three of the
biggest meets in Western Pennsylvania. Some
of the boys had the unusual honor of running in
the Mansfield Relays in Mansfield, Ohio, one
of the largest high school meets in the country.
A third memorable event was the setting of sev-
eral new records by some of the great competi-
tors on the team as a fitting climax to a most
And now filling out the highlights let's look
first at the indoor season. The Blue Devils Won
their dual meet with Central Catholic which
Front Row: Caldwell, Billingsley, Buzzard, Hayinond, W. Corr, McStcen, Kelley. Row 2: Gardner, Zivic, Waldo Ioncs
Langhart, Reddy, Cilbert, Kortner, Burns. Row S: Thielemann, Wood, Carson, Keegan, Cherry, Hayes, Blatt, Tilbrook
Mains, Coach Mollenauer. Row 4: Smith, Shirey, Ioyce, Button, Anderson, Rosscr, L. Jones, Younkins, Brnning, Ward
Impressive Record of Past Years
opened the season. Incidentally, Mt. Lebanon
hasnit lost a dual meet since 1945. The next
meet was the trials for the Tri-State Coaches
Meet, and Mt. Lebanon qualified with a good
team. However, the following week at the finals
Mansfield High edged the Mounties by a few
points to win the trophy. It was during the in-
door season that the two-mile relay team set a
new Schoonmaker Hall record in their event.
We mentioned the Mansfield Relays as one
of the top meets of the outdoor season. It was
quite an honor as well as a thrill for the boys
to travel to Mansfield since they were the first
team to represent Mt. Lebanon since 1941. The
Mounties stacked up very well against competi-
tion from all over the East and Midwest as our
relay teams earned a third, fourth, and fifth
place. Washington and McKeesport offered the
Mounties plenty of stiff competition in the three
big meets. In fact, the lead changed hands
with each succeeding event so that many times
it was the last two or three events which de-
cided the meet. As the season progressed the
Blue Devils continued to add to their string of
undefeated dual meets, and the seasonis end
found that record still intact. New individual
records were set by Dave McSteen in the high
and low hurdles and by Ward Jones in the
TOP: Up and over the bar at the Tri-State Meet.
BOTTOM: Photograph of a rare event-the Mounties losing
Dual and Triangular Meets
Mt. L. 65 9f10. . .Central Catholic 38 1f10
Mt. L. 80 . . .. .Carrick 38
Mt. L. 97 .,., ...... P enn 30
Mt. L. 68 1f3 McKeesport 58 2f'3
Mt. L. 112 1f3 ...Clairton 14 Zf-3
Mt. L. 87 9'10 Washington 56 1f5
Canonsburg 15 9f10
Mt. L. 92 .. . .Dormont 85
Front Row: Menke, A. Ccrr, Zelle, Nordquist. How 2: Gardner, Wfardle,
Englert, Kraft, Matthews, Johnson, Butler, Lightner. Row 3: Bennett, Bland-
ford, Madden, Nagy, Terman, Stadleman, Keen, Spalla, Patterson, Stratton.
Row 4: Burton, Lutz, Chester, Portman, Weilncr, Crytzer, D'Alessandro.
These Sports Rounded Unit
Balch, Humphreys, Sax-
ton, Swann, Reagan, Gil-
len, Clemens, McCon-
Mt. Lebanon's 1950 tennis team had a much bet-
ter season than will appear in the records, which
neglect to mention such factors as court repairs, a
young, inexperienced squad, and stiff competition.
This year found a seasoned team eager to better
last yeafs record.
Mt. L. 1 ..,5 Latrobe
Mt. L. 2 ,. 3 Brentwood 2 .,.. 3 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 2 .. 3 Shadyside 3 2 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 4 ,..1 Sewickley 4 .... 1 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 4 ...1 Crafton 2 .... ..., 3 Mt. L.
nell, Mr. Doak.
Harvey, Bingham, Dal-
ton, Mr. Burrows, O,Con-
nor, Johnston, Cole.
1950 proved to be an off year for the hapless Mt.
Lebanon golf team, which broke into the Win col-
umn only once While dropping a total of fi
matches to the three local high school squads th
Mt. L. V2 . 14V2 Baldwin 15 .,.. 0 Mt.
Mt. L. 7 .... 8 Snowden 4Vz .l0V2 Mt.
Mt. L. 0 ..... 15 Brentwood 15 ..,. 0 Mt.
Mt, lsehols Athletic Program
FRONT: 'Wirant, Morgan, Leonard.
BACK: Johnson, Yarhousc, Alter, XVet-
The Mounty sharpshooters showed a marked
improvement over past years as they compiled
their best record in several seasons. Competing
against marksmen numbered among the nationls
best, our squad met some of the toughest oppo-
sition in the country.
SC HE DULE
FRONT: Mr. Streams, Barker, Sargent, Lynd, Leis, Lyman, Clutter. BACK: Rankin, Reagan Butler Drgon
Girls Took Their Places on
Bough and tumble action characterized
those speedy basketball games.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
VVhat a serve! XVhat a backhandl VVhat form! Letis
peek through the fence and see what we can. There
are Madeleine Driessen and Nancy Tressel-celebri-
ties, you know. They not only took the tenth grade
tennis championship but also the school champion-
ship. If we let our eyes wander just a bit farther, we
see the junior champs, Ruth Lease and Louise Hyde.
And last but not least, we find the senior champs,
Barbara Gooding and Peggy Linn, giving the ball
Next in line was tenniquoit, which gave many girls
a chance to participate. It looks much easier than it
is, just try to catch that little ring without spearing it.
Time out! Yes, time out to tell you that we had a
very successful year in basketball. A11 all-star team
was chosen for each grade.
Grunts and groans were the most common signs
of the bowling tournament getting under way, and
stoved fingers seemed to go hand in hand with vol-
leyball. We really wereift as crippled up as it sounds,
for what would gym be without a few aches and
pains? And what would the C.A.A. Dessert be with-
out howls of laughter? This was the main event of
the year. Dessert was served and the Council put
on a skit that no one will ever forget!
Wie had a tremendous year, packed with many
wonderful times and we owe a very big thank-you
to our friend, Mrs. Aspiotes, for being so helpful. Un-
til next year the G.A.A. says, "So longf,
FRONT: Miller, Marshall, Timberlake, NVilder, Ryerson.
BACK: Overholt, Vecella, Brown, Kappler, V. Beck, Bauer, Kayser.
Roar? We thought We,d split when Bar-
bara and Audrey gave us a view of the
roaring twenties at the Dessert.
These spritely 'igopher girlsv brought us
a revival of the minstrel show.
Can you find a sober face among these
spectators at the Dessert?
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Now here are the players themselves
-all of them, from the sand-lotters to
the big-leaguers. Here, too, are the in-
dividual records set during the season
by the veteran stars of the past three
Ruukies Take the Field
Ambitious students check
up on their futures in the
career section of the libra-
10-1 MISS MCLAUGHLIN
Row 1: Carolyn Austin, Mary Lou Brown, Eleanor Be-
vacqua, Betty Morgan, Barbara Rowe, Betsy Kuhn, Eleanor
O'Neil, Nancy Brick, Mary Davey.
Row 2: Sam Patterson, Mike Trunzo, Jim Toci, Martha
Stewart, Jean F randsen, Joan Chidcster, Murray Charlson,
Row 3: Bob Leitholf, Herbie Timberlake, Emilio F astu-
ca, Harry Cook, Tony Giordano, Dick Henderson, Bill Mace.
10-2 MR. MOLLENAUER
Row 1: Joyce Kurtz, Nancy Tressel, Diane Marra, Bar-
bara White, Janice Bridges, Mary Coffman, Maudie Baker,
Valerie Fife, Betty Lou Adams.
Row 2: Dick Paff, Tom Cullen, Jean McKenzie, Shirlev
Ann Goodman, Janet Spangler, Audrey Herman, Averill
Harness, Bill Brown, Bill Jenkins, Don Ruff.
i Row 3: Bill Malcolm, Jim Mulling, Paul DeBald, Stan
Pendlebcrry, John Paar, Jon Koscielny, Jim Clark, Rodney
Balach, Tom Brown, Jim Donoghue.
10-3 MR. SRP
Row 1: Madeleine Driessen, Annetta Bean, Carmella Bri-
selli, Veta Lee Greco, Polly Mascaro, Nancy Medis, Barbara
Lewis, Ann deLaval, Mary Jane Fletcher, Kathie Higgins,
Elizabeth Beveridge, Joan Boyd.
Row 2: Robert Broughton, Bill Bingham, Jean Walker,
Carol Braymer, Mary Lou Jewell, Margie Adams, Martha
Ann Rea, Annette Dugan, Kate Sterner, Zeke Ketchum,
Dave Baldus, Bob Lucky.
Row 3: John Pankopf, Frank Fuller, Tom Mulling, Andy
Temmel, Doug Russell, Lee YVhitney, Dick VVian, Peter
Jacobs, Don McKee, Terry Harris, Dick Fish.
10-4 MR. GILBERT '
Row 1: Shirley Fortunato, Dolores Dougherty, Virginia
Dettling, Jeanne Colwill, Mary Lou Walker, Marilyn Lewis,
Dottie Park, Ellen Meneilly, Joye Wichert, Lucy Hodnette,
Pat Murphy, Margaret Easton.
Row 2: Joseph Golden, Pepi Fox, Cynthia Young, Kath-
ryn MeFadden, Marylou Mackey, Mary Louise Bender,
Ruth Sehoeppner, Joan Melham, Mary Jane Hartman, Ann
Bunting, Albert Grimenstein, Clarence Brady.
Row 3: Bob Fulton, Howie Hamilton, Tom Adams,
Frank Griffith, Lewis Johns, Jerry Greer, Tom Stock, Bruce
Klingensmith, David Rees.
Prom-trotters take time out
to exchange who,s-with-
whom and what - she's -
Major League Material
10-5 MISS FROBESE
Row 1: Anne Connors, Mary Lou Leach, Mary Ann
Sullivan, Ida Petrelli, Linda Akers, Sue Galbraith, Sally
Stull, Mary Lou Hahner, Arlinc Leckrone, Valerie Myers,
Row 2: Peggy Parquette, Mimi Mergott, Priscilla De-
Walt, Jane Watts, Madclin Booth, Ruth Johnson, Alice Ann
Richards, Barbara Vanande, Judy Hemmenway, Carol Ann
Row 3: Francis Cappello, Tom Howard, Roland Jones,
Jerry Mahoney, Bob Irwin, Bob McFarlin, Dave Schuchts,
Bob Challener, Sandy England, Blaine Bermel, Lowell
Wilder, Richard Land.
10-6 MISS MCCLURE
Row l: Betsy Swain, Diane Smith, Marcia Rosenberg,
Helen Brant, Carole Gibson, Diane Oettinger, Dolores
Campbell, Arlene Nelson, Kevin Enright, Peggy Witt, Le-
Row 2: John Ambler, Don Kerr, Henry Mellon, Sharon
Summers, Rosemarie Grace, Mary Cole, Bob Benson, Tom
Marquard, Bob Wettrick.
Row 3: Ed Mihm, Doug Henderson, Jack Harmon, Bob
Lindberg, Ray Cotlie, Bud Dickinson, Ronnie McGill,
10-7 MR. TALLMAN
Row 1: Cecilia O,Donnell, Audrey Waterman, Joanne
Mulvihill, Pat Markle, Nancy Stewart, Joann Haas, Anita
Poole, Gloria Friday, Janice Strickler, Gay Mihm, Catherine
Row 2: Bob Podobnik, Bob Brawdy, Keith Rust, Eileen
Scanlon, Arlene Cashdollar, Bonnie Kiefer, Mary Ellen
Doyle, Doyne Davis, Bob Henke, John McCain, Jack Bell.
Row 3: Ron Long, Jim Cardamon, Jack Woeber, Bob
Sposato, Ken Rohl, Bob Pasqual, Carroll Lentz, Jim Velucci,
10-8 MISS STEPHENS
Row 1: Mary Ann Buzzard, Peg y Coull, Mary Ann
Miller, Hilda Sibert, Mary Grace Palgamone, Marie Ortale,
Mary Barbara Noel, Sylvia Tatem, Peggy Mains, Helen
Onstott, Dorothy Simpson.
Row 2: John Cox, Stephen Carey, John Thomas, Gail
Stevens, Pat McKay, Barbara Barger, Phyllis Ruemmele,
Jean VVatern1an, Jack Phillips, Tom Kay, Jack McArdle.
Row 3: Arthur Mulling, Les Goodrich, Neil Billig, Jim
Furlong, Dick Liedy, Bob Beil, Bill Reig, Paul Francis,
Sephs Were Newer eff Base
A familiar scene-the bo si
gym class pausing for re-
10-9 MR. STANISH
Row 1: Ann Gibson, Barbara Best, Nancy McGinley,
Lois Heckle, Janet Strader, Sandra Mulviliill, Janet Mont-
gomery, Suzanne Sullivan, Betsy Rosenthal, Judy Rice.
Row 2: Benton Scott, Roger Brown, Jan Thomas, John
Mason, Janet Davis, Barbara Madson, Charles Carlise, Jim
Henry, David Tragesser.
Row 3: Gordon Tuttle, Alex Cora, David Boyd, Dan
O,Connor, Jim Cooke, Bob Rooney, John Fridell, Bill Elam,
10-10 MRS. MORGAN
Row 1: Dorothy Di Perna, Bernie Crivella, Margie
Voigt, Barbara Davis, Ruth Ann Schnars, Ivy Hill, Rose'
mary Dasdorf, Doris Davenport, Elsie VVolfrum, Nancy
Row 2: Ben Heist, Ronald Van Voorliis, Chuck Steven-
son, Allen Langord, Blaine Meider, Joe Marie, George Lia-
dis, Bill Kayser, Bob Luft, Ronald Hess, Bob Sabo.
Row 3: Bob Boyd, John Redmond, Bob Hecht, Jon
Jaeger, Miller Peck, Bob Karcher, Don Barrett, John Dick,
Ron Jones, Eugene Meehan, Cole Thielemann.
10-11 MISS NEUMARKER
Row 1: Nancy Miller, Lynne Payne, Carolyn Clark,
Louise Anderson, Sandy Braun, Virginia Gottschall, Elaine
Johnson, Ann Castor, Helen McClaren, Charlotte Mohler.
Row 2: Myron Stearn, Bill Lintner, Nancy Kingham,
Kay Sasso, Connie Griffiths, Pat Briggs, Marilyn Howe,
Jean Nourie, Sam Palone, Ned McCal um.
Row 3: Don Buchner, Don Ladley, Roland Krueger,
Duncan McKenzie, George Frick, Ronnie Lorenzato.
10-12 MISS SNEARY
Row 1: Janet Mollison, Ada Willoughby, Shirley Nichols,
Nancy Winters, Diane Seymour, Jean Hutchins, Alice Mc-
Cord, Sue Maucher, Lavonne Deeter, Sally Zitzman, Mar-
Row 2: Tom Mohr, Walt Stampfel, Pat Dimling, Irene
Jones, Mary Jane WVilbar, Marilyn Vaughan, Sandra Payne,
Mary Lou Rauch, Jack Jordan, Ken Sharpe.
Row 3: Bill McAllister, Ed Kramer, Joe Newmeyer,
Wayne Meider, Lester Peckham, Art Tennyson, Don Mor-
gan, Louis Toth.
If a bulletin board was
Mary Ellen's, it was bound
to be good.
pfAm7lfComzing Minor Lemgvuzevrs
10-13 MRS. ADAM SON
Row I: Arlene Mering, Betsy Jones, Janet Kruggel, Mar-
garet Happe, Audrey Clark, Jane Murphy, Peggy O'Farrell,
Row 2: Bill Mellor, Garry Orrill, Barbara Behcn, Nancy
Drew, Barbara Lintner, Mary Eleanor Grossman, Jim XVil-
son, Bob Tice.
Row 3: Jim Miller, Bill Veon, Wayne Miller, Bob Cusick,
Dave Borland, Douglas Flynn.
11-1 MISS THOMPSON
Row 1: Ann Carpenter, Jo Ann Brown, Jeannie Dallas,
Lois Braddock, Florence Opferman, Shirley Donley, Joan
Dougherty, Roslyn Friend, Norma Kohlmyer, Agnes Atchi-
son, Lorraine Conroy.
Row 2: Leo McCrory, Hugh Pendleton, Irene Block.
Katherine Seibel, Joan Faust, Edgar Timothy, Franklin
Mastandrea, Lane Richards.
Row 3: Paul Himmclrich, Tom Blandford, Jim Siple,
Joe Stadleman, Robert Hudson, Ronald Bachmann, Bob
11-2 MISS NESBITT
Row 1: Nancy Gill, Joan Hemple, Patty McArclle, Jo-
anne Rall, Elleen Mcliibben, Ruth Hennessy, Mary Harring-
ton, Joan Frazier, Linda Kelly, Carol August, Louise Mil-
Row 2: Bob Patterson, Bill Simpson, Sherwood Swann,
Jack Crytzer, Shirley Hislop, Peggy Ann Klimcheck, George
Hulse, Jim Viskochil, Stevc VVaters.
Row 3: Jim Murray, John McCartan, Al Johnson, Jim
Portman, Joe Semak, Bryan Buchanan, Ken Gardner.
11-3 MISS MANNING
Row 1: Jane Arnold, Anne Schietinger, Janet McKee,
Daryle VVolfers, Suzanne Holland, Peggy Dickinson, Bever-
ly Buerkle, Nancy Perkins, Jean Adams, Audrey Vecella,
Row 2. Gerry McCauley, Bob Hall, Ginny Rich, Barba-
ra Brown, Linda Shoop, Don Clifford, Art Murton.
Row 3: Bob Jeffrey, John Riegel, John Drgon, Howard
Philips, Bob Swearingen, VVillard Lusk.
Hewvy Hziztzters in the Classroom
The Red Cross committee
worked h a r d collecting
pocket books for the veter-
ans at Aspinwall.
11-4 MISS HIGHTMIRE
Row 1: Hope Hodnette, Pat Gularski, Monnie Adams,
Sue O'Brien, Sally Garner, Margaret Work, Frances Den-
mead, Carolyn Campbell, Lois Schramm, Betsy McCoy,
Row 2: Chip Crater, Al Wardle, Ralph Coffin, Marshall
Daugherty, Ruth Lease, Nancy Rothenhoefer, Kitty F lury,
Judy Dodson, Ted Bennett, Don Malcolm, Bob McMa11n,
Row 3: Dick Foley, Dick Madden, Art Gorr, Bob Hum-
phreys, Searl Dunn, Foster Rankin, John Lutz, Ronald
Short, Pete Jenner, Marshall Brown.
11-5 MR. GOODWIN
Row 1: Janet Cameron, Margie Ruff, Mary Wunderly,
Joan Zeigler, Helen Cunningham, Nancy Dougherty, Jean
Kimball, Joan Little, Donna Northrup, Mary Balch, Angela
Row 2: Bob Bucker, Frank Brand, Tom Manning, Mary
McMurry, Sara Lees, Louise Hyde, Nancy Airhart, Dorothy
Riggs, Harrison Shields, Dave Weimer, YViddy Shannon.
Row 3: Bob Heineman, Bob Graham, Bud Menne, Bill
Minkler, Rodney Simmonds, Ed Reddy, Bob Roxbrough,
Dave Ekedahl, Dave Johnson.
11-6 MISS PATTERSON
Row 1: Johanna Sawyer, Nancy MacDonald, Janet Re-
ploglc, Jeanne Hobbs, Nancy O'Meara, Donna DeGiovanni,
Sheila Craul, Lillie Lou Elsie, Lois Baldizar, Katy Goddard.
Row 2: John Howe, Charles Leonard, Mary Alice Kief-
fer, Ann MCF ee, Barbara Jean Clark, Mary Ellen Timber-
lake, Pat Maue, Dick Osiier, Jack Morgan, Larry Johnson.
Row 3: Don Long, Paul Wirant, Darryl Brednich, Bob
Yeager, Dick Shields, Roger Yarhouse, Joe Kifer, Bill Alter,
Barry Wetmore, Bob Burdette.
11-7 MR. MITCHELL
Row 1: Nancy Cochrane, Harriet Harwood, Jean Hof-
richter, Becky Kaiser, Carol Ellenger, Mary Grace Di Salvio,
Joan Francis, Marcia Beard.
Row 2: Jack Renton, Stuart Speaker, Paul Damon, Don
Williams, Glen Rhyner, Charles Parlette, John Pullets, Don
Fraser, Ron Menke, Ray Englert.
Row 3: Tom Bellin, Eddy Eld, Bruce Patton, Bob Buz-
zard, Bob Pierson, Dan Saxton, Frank Kirsopp, Bill Gardin-
er, Jim Coull.
Making Mt. Lebo actors
and actresses into Pointer
College students for the
.1 vumievrs mme in the Runs
11-8 MR. MEHNER
Row 1: Carol Coyne, Connie Rupp, Rose Marie Lanfrank-
ie, Margy Williams, Valerie Ivory, Margie Arthurs, Nancy
Talvick, Lois Schindehette, Barbara Lowry, Madeline Beard,
Row 2: Ed Driessen, Don Cartwright, Andy Spalla, Don
Wagner, Terry Bighain, Jerry Clutter, Don Stoke.
Row 3: John Spangler, John Curley, Roy Haddox, Ralph
Bockstoce, Wilson Barker.
11-9 MR. CLARK
Row 1: Sally Dawson, Shirley Kirchner, Anne Godsey,
Pat Martin, Carol Etts, Joan Russo, Sally Farquhar, Jo Ann
Wise, Ann Bowman, Helen Jones, Joanne XVelden.
Row 2: Ernie D'Alessandro, Mario Giconi, Margaret
Schoos, Patty Hufnagel, Carol Strcinc, Jo Ann Gastineyer,
Ken Martin, Herb Siegel.
Row 3: Jack Wilson, Bill Hassel, Bob Cherry, John Paff,
Bob Baierbach, Norwood McNulty, Norman Petrelli, Dick
11-10 MISS THORPE
Row 1: Mary Jane Martin, Barbara Bauer, Nancy Lee
Calpass, Margie Marshall, Vera Barone, Kay Ketchum, Joan
Krieger, Dauna Cunningham, Beth Overholt.
Row 2: Ruth Hoffman, Mariann Sherick, Joan Bain,
Joanne Kayser, Mary Lou Harpster, Barbara Frank, Carol
Caughey, Janice Sippell, Betty Guthrie.
Row 3: YVillard Reader, Jack Van Camp, Duncan Mc-
Connell, Jim Flynn, Jack Chase, Scott Crawshaw, Bob Gae-
tano, Chuck Matthews.
11-11 MR. STREAMS
Row 1: Marlene Dietrich, Beatrice Cuiliani, Rosemarie
Grcb, Joan Krut, Doris Knox, Gloria Worthington, Lorraine
Poc, Carolyn Van Gundy, Patrice Flaherty, Barbara Ball.
Row 2: Garry Aston, Herbert Hervet, Peter Donath,
Lorine Barry, Marcia Harpster, Polly Ann McDonald, Don
XVagner, Mervin English, Arthur Nordquist.
Row 3: Jack Brown, Bruce Marra, Bernard Jones, Tom-
my Taussig, John Cowles, George Wells, Ronnie Jones,
Herbert Dusinberre, Donald Shaw, Ronald Berton.
ln the G cm dlsztfcmdl
. . doggcne! . . . where's my eras-
er?" moans Skip.
The girls at the G.A.A. Dessert seem
intrigued by some spectacular skit.
We were always in a HURRY to get
to our next class.
It's a great feeling to be the last one
out of the cafeteria!
The Mulling triplets never ceased to
contuse the teachers.
These "rasslers" should read the
next lesson on "How to Get Out oi
Enioying your bread and water,
". . . and get this, I sez to him . . .
and then he sez . . ."
You've got the book rightside up! It
iust happens he likes to walk on the
During the Big Snow the Marys dem-
onstrated their ability to ski, sitting
The Globe Trotters finally met their
Waterloo in Mt. Lebo's LITTLE GYM!
These are the culprits that gave you
orange when you ordered root beer.
Remember the "hot" dogs forced on
you by these girls?
Lab day in biology was such fun.
Pert nose, freckles, and oh-that twinkle in her eye.
Homeroom Officer, "Mother Is A Freshman", Y-Teens, Ways and
Means Comm., Devotional Squad, Book Squad.
BARBARA MAE BACON
Horses rate high with "Barbyv . . . a secretary soon.
Chorus, Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens. '
GEORGE VV. BALCH
Always ready with a comeback . . . future farmer.
Foo.ball and Cross Country Manager, Lunch Traffic, Devotional,
Hi-Y, Intramural Basketball.
DONNA JEAN BALL
Remember her for that wonderfully contagious chuckle,
Chorus, Log, Y-Teens, Ways and Means, Usher, Traffic.
WARD EWING BARNES
An a-Ward Winner and a most deseroingone.
Band, Class Rank Chr., Homeroom Officer, "Midnight Fantasy",
Honor Roll, Activities Key.
ELAINE MARIE BARRETT
One of our future secretaries . . . enioys bowling.
MAUREEN K. BARRETT
Silky complexion . . . rates a second look.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical,
ROBERT T. BARRETT
Right combination of brains and wit.
Track, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Hi'Y, Honor Roll,
You saw her onstage . . . "Check thativ
Medical, "Naughty Marietta", "Mother Is A Freshman", "I Re-
member Mama", Homeroom Officer, Attendance.
BARBARA ANN BECK
What a combination-best looking and best dressed!
G.A,.A., Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens, Poster, Social Service.
VIRGINIA A. BECK
The curly head of our class . . . a very popular lass.
G.A.A. Council, Y-Teens, Ways and Means Comm., Library.
HARRIET LEE BELL
Scatterbrained, but we like our Bunny that way.
G.A.A,, Y-Teens, Attendance, Homeroom Program Comm., Make'
BARBARA ANN ABER
Exploded on Mt. Lebanon like july 4th,
Spare time mechanic . . . full time clown.
HARRIET ELIZABETH ALBERT
Penn State and sewing were "Hafs" passions.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Library Comm., l-lomeroom Program
JOHN MARTIN ALDERDICE
"BowledU us ooer like ten pins.
Usher Co-Chr., Social Comm,, Homcroom Officer, Hi-Y.
JANICE GAY ANDERSON
"Gay,v and howl . . . How coulcl she keep so busy?
Chorus, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Devotional, Decorating.
RICHARD L. ANDERSON
An easy-,going philatelist-stamp collector to you.
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Stage Crew, Track.
JOAN MARY ATON
Often seen driving QFD her Forcl . . . an accorclionist.
G.A,A,, Y-Teens, Information, bulletin Board.
JAMES RICHARD AUHL
Always 'unrufflecl . . . an easy, friend-winning grin.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Stage Crew Co-Chr., Usher, Cafeteria.
PAUL F. AUSTIN, JR.
"Tickets, pleasev . . . a math scholar.
Intramural Basketball, I-li-Y, Usher.
KATHERINE F. BELLAVER
Attractive, soft-spoken Kathy.
Chorus, Homeroom Officer.
A "red'f-bird of happiness with the voice of a lark.
Triple Trio, Attendance, Honor Roll, Activities Key.
GEORGE G. BENSON
A pleasant new addition with a devastating smile.
Intramural Basketball, Chorus.
We were all "Bidden'f for her friendship.
G.A.A., Homeroom Proqram Comm., Library.
ROBERT C. BILLINGSLEY
His many sports letters spelled P-A-L to everyone.
Football, Basketball, Track Co4Captain, Executive Board Officer,
,JAMES E. BISHOP
Wisecracking Jim . . . a man's man, a womanfs man, tool
Physics Co-Chr., Hi-Y Officer, Chemistry, "Mother Is A Freshman"
Book Room, Honor Roll.
JAMES RICHARD BLATT
Most valued footballer . . . a silent type.
Football, Track, Honor Roll, Traffic, Activities Key.
NANCY ANN BLOSSER
Curley hair and 24-caret sparkle in her eyes.
ARTHUR EVAN BOSS, IR.
Clarinet player . . . Pete aims to he a scientist,
PAUL A. BOWELL
One half of a famous pair . . . what a salesman!
Track, Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Traffic, Horneroom
Which one is he? . . . the cross country co-captain.
Track, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y.
NANCY LEE BOYCE
Quiet and patient . . . will make a good teacher.
WILLIAM G. BOYLE
One of our mikemen . . . a voice in chorus.
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y, Traffic, Cafeteria,
RICHARD R. BRADWAY
Got to "first hasel' with everyone . . . a sure hit.
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Honor Roll, Traffic.
Topnotch in football . . . possessor of a lively wit.
Intramural Basketball, Football, Track, I-Iomeroom Officer, Honor
WILLIAM A. BRODMERKEL
Mt. Lebofs own Shakespeare . . . "Muklapluiah!"
Intramural Basketball, Moumy, I-IiAY, Bulletin Board Comm., Cross
BARBARA ANNE BROVVN
A passion for ice skating . . . continental traveler.
G.A.A., Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens Officer, Activities Key, Ways
and Means, Medical Squad Chr.
ROGER M. BROWN
Quite a ladies' man . . . his hair is his trademark.
Physics Co-Chr., "Mother Is A Freshman", Honor Roll, Hi-Y.
DAVID A. BUCHNER
"Dave,' and fakes go together . . . a friendly "5l"-er.
Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll.
Clair brought the ndearsu hack alive.
BARBARA JEAN BUERKLE
Hey, Barb-got any gum? . . . seen behind the footlights.
I-Iomeroom Program Comm., Lantern, "I Remember Mama",
"Mother Is A Freshman".
BARBARA ANNE BULGER
Rates an "A" for art ability . . . n1erchandising's her aim.
Mounty Art Editor, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Bulletin Board, Medical.
Buttons of lustrous pearl . . . a sweet, wonderful girl.
G.A.A., Medical, Lantern, Log, Y-Teens, National Honor Society.
DAVID SPENCER CALDWELL
One of our bachelors . . . Ambition? "A cool millionlv
Track Manager, Cafeteria, P.A. Announcer, Homeroom Officer,
Speedway king in 1961 . .
GEORGE M. CANAGA
"Mac" was never cagey . .
Football, Baseball, Cafeteria
THOMAS P. CATANZARO
"Catz" can cut a mean rug . .
Soccer, Intramural Basketball.
NORMA LOUISE CHILE
A sunny disposition to match her smile.
G.A.A., Head Cheerleader, l-Iomeroom Officer, Honor Roll, Activif
ties Key, Medical.
SHIRLEY ANNE CHRISTIE
Could coax a cheer from the stoniest heart.
G.A.A., Cheerleader, Chorus, Library, Make-up.
ROSE ANN CIRANNI
A whole lot in a small, neat package.
G.A.A., Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll, Attendance, Library, Gym
. first love is soccer.
. liked all sports.
Chr., Decoration, Homeroom Officer,
. sharp duds . . . the sheik.
THOMAS E. CLAIR
Always a wry expression on his face
RONALD STEWART CLEMENS
. . . likes golf.
Animated, talented, idea man Ronnie lit the Lantern.
Tennis, Homeroom Officer, Lantern Editor-in-Chief, Honor Roll,
Activities Key, Ouill and Scroll.
DOROTHY H. COFFIN
A bustling brunette . . . if we had her smile weld be set.
G.A.A., Chorus, Homeroorn Officer, Y-Teens.
BARBARA JUNE COFFMAN
"just a darn minutev . . . that long brown hair.
Major Sports Letter, Chorus, Medical, Homeroorn Officer
JOYCE ANN CONNORS
Poised . . . sophisticated . . . "chic', is her adiectiue.
Homeroom Officer, "Mother ls A Freshman", Lantern.
RONALD J. CONSILIO
Likes chemistry . . . hopes to be his
STANLEY VV. CORBETT
"Curly" mowed ,em down on the field and in class.
Football, Cafeteria Chr., l-Iomeroom Officer, Honor Roll, Activities
RICHARD F. CORTES
Tall dark and dashinff
. . . quiet guy.
lntgamural Basketball, tllli-Y, Cafeteria, Lunch Traffic.
CAROL LYNN COUCH
Fun-loving .... s 'een
rising a blue conueitible
d ' .
G,A.A., Majorette, Chorus, Lantern, Y-Teens President, Honor Roll.
JOHN T. COUGHLIN
Never far from a car . . . Mr. Hot-Rod of l95l.
Intramural Basketball, Lantern, Hi-Y, Ways and Means.
IIERBERT EDWIN COX
In sports or in school Herb knew the score.
Football, Basketball, Homeroom Officer,
RUTH ANN CRAIG
Shorthand led Ruthls list . . . a possible secretary?
Homeroom Officer, Yffeens, Information.
VVILLIAM H. ECGERS
This fellow really had a lot "on the ballf'
Baseball, Intramural Basketball, Decorating, Hi-Y.
RODERICK ALLEN EIRKSON
Our Rodls an old hand with the women.
MARIAN SUSAN ENGLERT
Owner of one of the most magnetic smiles at Mt. Lebo.
Y-Teens Treasurer, Chorus, G.A.A., Medical, Ways and Means,
NEIL DALE ESSICK
Hobby is cars . . . future architect.
Baseball Manager, Usher, Traffic, Cafeteria, Lantern, Hi-Y.
, A basketball ringer . . . "Figs,' was one of the boys.
Football, basketball. I-Iomeioom Officer, Hi-Y, Cafeteria.
DAVID C. FARRELL
"Boiron was at the top of our "wit paraclef,
Basketball, "Mother Is A Freshman", Intramural Basketball,
ELIZABETH IANE FAYVCETT
Happy-go-lucky "B.1.,' . . . welll all miss her sunny way.
Chorus, Devotions, Ways and Means, "Mother Is A Freshman",
Y-Teens Officer, Honor Roll.
REBECCA JEAN FEE
Known to all as "Beckyv . . . will be a nurse.
JOAN ANN FERRARO
Little Hloniev has nursing ahead . . . liked chemistry.
Gym Squad, G.A.A,, Medical, Attendance, I-lomeroom Program
Attractive brunette . . . does wonders with a paint brush.
Poster Chr., Bulletin Board, Publicity Comm., Log, Honor Roll,
VVILLIAM N. FLEISCHAUER
A carefree, likable manner . . . "Fm innocent?
Cafeteria, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer.
XVILLIAM W. FLEMING
Always ready with a "new', joke . , . one of the boys.
DONNA IANE CRISSMAN
Charm and poise put her in the "best-liked leaguef,
G.A.A., Traffic Comm., Library, Vtfays and Means, Y-Teens Treas
urer, Honor Roll.
LOIS A. CUNNINGHAM
Quiet, but never overlooked . . . Parlez-vous francais?
DORIENE A. DEETER
Her dancing dark eyes had a devilish twinkle.
Traffic, G.A.A., Medical, Gym Squad, Y-Teens, Homeroom Pro
NANCY LEE DICKINSON
Viuacious "Nancy Leev . . . "Boy, is that tremendous!"
G.A.A., Y-Teens Officer, Medical, Home Nursing.
LA VERNE DIERKER
Cut a mean figure on ice . . . a future dress designer.
ELIZABETH A. DODSON
Sparkle, pep and fire had Betsy.
Information, Ways and Means, G.A.A., Studio Squad, Y'Teens
STANLEY M. DORE
Tall, red-headed newcomer . . . a passion for tennis.
Charming ways won her many friends.
Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Award Comm., Library, Medical, Home
room Program Comm,
Iler pleasant voice went well with a sweet manner.
Library, Medical, Homeroom Bulletin Board.
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JOAN ELEANOR FURMAN
Warhled in Triple Trio . . . potential nurse.
Major and Minor Sports Letters, Achievement Squad, Honor Roll,
Triple Trio, Activities Key, National Honor Society.
ROBERT C. GARDNER
"Is everybody liafiiryrw His geniuliiy was contagious.
'ggilgr Cross Country, Cafeteria, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom
THOMAS V. GEM MER
Smooth, sharp, suace . . . tops with the crowd.
Football, P.A. Comm. Chr., Traffic, Mounty.
ELIZABETH ANN GEORGE
Mighty nice medley of merriment and music,
Chorus, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Bulletin Board, Honor Roll, Red
SONIA FAYE GILBERT
Petite, well-groomed . . . our l95l Career Girl.
G.A,A., Home Nursing, Homeroom Bulletin Board.
J. MICHAEL GILLEN
Those Irish eyes really wowed the women.
Usher Co-Chr., Projection, Traffic, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll,
XVALLACE P. GIORDANO -
This speedster ran as fast as he made friends.
Football, Track, Cross Country Co-Captain, Intramural Basketball,
JAMES D. GLENN
Muscle man . . . watch that roguisli gleam in his eyes.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
TREVOR D. GLENN
A quiet one on the list . . . you can het we'll miss him.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
BARBARA A. GOODING
One ntremendousv kid . . . a tennis sensation.
G.A.A., Attendance, Log, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Major and Minor
SARAH CHARLENE GORDON
Sallyis motto is "keep laughing" . . . Ha1nmond's pal.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Book Squad.
JOANNE LUCILE GRAHAM
A stunning blonde . . . what can't that girl do?
Chorus, Moumy, "I Remember Mama", Y-Teens, Honor Roll.
H. THOMAS FOLEY
Tom knew his way around the chemistry lah.
Soccer, Traffic, Chemistry Chr., Honor Roll, Activities Key.
MARJORIE LEE FORSTER
Shapely, smart, and oh, so sparkling!
Homeroom Officer, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Y-Teens, Library.
JUNE C. FRANCIS
A stenographer-to'he with a flair for the artistic.
Ambition-to make a million . . . quiet and friendly.
MARY ANN FREDERICK
Artistic . . . "you allv . . . a Sooner from Tulsa.
G.A.A., Honor Award Comm., Usher, Log, Mounty, Y-Teens.
JOAN A. FRIDAY
An energetic, entrancing, enthusiastic gall
G.A.A., Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Medical, Lost and Found Chr
ROBERT FRANCIS FRIEND
A regular guy who gets along with everyone.
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
MARILYN E. FROEHLICH
As nice a person as anyone would want to know.
Chorus, Homeroom Bulletin Board.
NANCY JEAN FRY
Dreams of being an interior decorator . . . K'Oh hecklv
Mounty, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Library, Attendance.
MARGARET E. GREEN
"Mugsy" . . . a wonderful gal . . . success will be hers.
Ways and Means, f-lomeroom Officer, Log Editor-in-Chief, Y-Teens
Officer, Quill and Scroll, Activities Key.
PAULA AUDREY GRIMM
Blonde Paula likes nursing . . . ever ready to help.
Honor Award Comm, Chr., G.A.A., Lantern, Y-Teens Officer, Activ-
ities Key, Honor Roll.
HOWARD AUGUST GUENTHER
Doubled in action what he lacked in size.
Golf, Homeroom Officer, Cafeteria, Decorating, Hi-Y, Intramural
SHIRLEY J. GUSTAVSON
Tall and attractive "Shirlv . . . a real blonde.
Usher Cnr., Devotional Comm., Lantern, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Bulle-
Calling Dr. Hall . . . our scalpel and cadaver man.
Projection, Cafeteria, Lunch Traffic.
GILMOR S. HAMILL
Crew-cut and friendly grin . . . popular with everyone.
Football, Cafeteria, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll.
FRED W. HAMMER
Women were his line and he really gave them one.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
BARBARA ANN HAMMOND
Sparkling eyes belie a constant 'Tll never tellin
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin Board, Homeroom Bulletin Board.
IRVIN W. HAPPE
Irv was a "Happy,' guy . . . soccer led his sports parade.
Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
JOHN ROSS HARNESS
Tops in humor . . . biographer for our Mounty Mole.
I-Iomeroom Program Comm., Log, Mounty, Honor Roll, Chess.
' KNUTE HARTMAN
Witty and wacky . . . .the "big centeri' of attraction.
Football, Basketball Manager, Homeroom Officer, Decorating, Traf-
JACK H. HARTZELL
A debonair blond . . . fond of the girls.
BEN W. HARVEY
Sports fiend who rated basketball first.
Basketball, Golf, Activities Assembly Comm., Homeroom Officer,
ELEANOR JANE HATCH
"EIN kept us all in stitches with her ready wit.
Library, Vlfays and Means, Medical, Y-Teens, G.A.A.
AIDEN E. HATTON
Brown eyes and friendly grin opened many doors.
Cafeteria, Traffic, Decorating, P.A. Squad, Hi-Y.
STUART F. HEMMENVVAY
j Stu was thoughtful, but what was he thinking?
i Band, Orchestra, Scholastic Comm. Chr., Cafeteria, Honor Roll,
1 Activities Key.
MURIEI.. E. HENDERSON
Penn State bound . . . lovely long hair.
Bulletin Board Chr., I-lomeroom Officer, Mounty, Y-Teens, Honor
Roll, Activities Key.
JAMES D. HERGET
One of the P.A. "voices" . . . a pal.
Track, Intramural Basketball, Band, P.A. Announcer.
Music leads in her life, with horses running second.
' Band, Orchestra, Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Activi-
ANDREW T. HIGGINS
A genuine Irishman . . . blond hair, blue eyes.
Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
JOYCE J. HILDEBRAND
A yen for architecture . . . "What a roaring timelv
JERRY D. HINGER
Collects stamps . . . a soccer fiend.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic.
EDVVIN C. HOBBS
A rabbit raiser . . . ambition-to drive a bus.
MARY ANN HOGSETT
Blond hair and a quiet air . . . loads of
G.A.A., Achievement Chr., Attendance, Y-Teens.
JOHN A. HOLLINGSWORTH
Good-natured little john . . . behind the drum.
Band, Traffic, Honreroom Officer.
JAY W. HOLMES
Ambition-to teach . . . likes the gals and vice versa.
Intramural Basketball, Chorus.
BARBARA SUE HOUSE
Gay, athletic . . . and fun to know.
Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Homeroom Bulletin Board.
DOROTHY ANNE HOUSTON
Dorrie didn't sal much . . . until ou Got to kn w h r
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Library, Achievement, Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens, Honor Roll,
Metal art stood high . . . 'KDQ me a fauorf'
Hi-Y, Usher, Ways and Means.
DAVID D. HUKILL
First loves-the Log and his new convertible.
H. EDVVINA HURRELL
Quiet and nice . . . author and chorister.
Biology Squad, Make-up, Chorus, Mounty, Honor Roll.
ROBERT G. HUTCHINS
Allured the gals with that "man-about-town" air.
Basketball, Football, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y.
VVILLIAM M. HYAMS
Long, lean, lanky and likable . . . rare wit.
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll.
ADDA MAY JOHNSON
just sunshine in May . . . future illustrator.
Quiet, capable . . . never at a loss for brains.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Milk Squad, Cafeteria.
CARYL ANN JOHNSTON
A pinch of spice and everything nice . . . cute blonde.
Ways and Means, G.A.A., Lantern, Log, Y-Teens, Honor Roll.
Versatile and vivacious . . . pure dynamite.
Gym Squad Chr.
SARAH ANN KAYSER
Quite an athletic gal who likes tall, handsome men.
G.A.A Council, Lost and Found, Major Sports Letter, Y-Teens.
We toot her praises while she toots her clarinet.
Band, Orchestra, Lantern, Honor Roll, Activities Key, Publicity
EDWARD J. KANE
Our good friend If . . . good to the last laugh.
Cross Country, Intramural Basketball.
WALDO DAVID JONES II
What a footballer is this brawny classmate of ours!
Football, Track, Basketball, Cafeteria, Traffic, Irtomeroom Officer.
FLORENCE GAYLE KAPPLER
Gay yet purposeful, Flo was always on the beam.
G.A.A. Council, Ways and Means Chr., Homezoorn Officer, Log,
Honor Roll, Activities Key.
MARY CATHERINE LASCHEID
A saucy miss like Mitzi won't soon be forgotten!
Chorus, Ways and Means, Library, Gym Squad, Y-Teens.
NANCY ELIZABETH LEES
Iler bubbly giggle enlivened our hallowed halls.
Rifle, Homeroom Officer, Lantern, Mounty, Y-Teens, Make-up.
ROBERT F. LEIS
"Shot" right to the top in all he tried.
Rifle Captain, Cafeteria Chr , Hcmeroom Officer, Honor Roll, Usher.
GEORGE A. LIADIS
The life of any party . . . a prospective cop.
Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y, Honor Roll.
The human dynamo . . . spaghetti and meatballs, ah!
Fcctball, Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
SHIRLEY A. LIDDLE
A yen for music . . . "Cheese and crackerslu
PATRICIA A. LICHTBOWVN
Hats off to Pat . . . the best to be found.
Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens, i-loncr Roll, Activities Key, Hcnor
Award Comm., Medical.
Radiant . . . a magnetic smile . . . truly "Queen of the Ballf'
Good Sportsmanship Comm., Activities Assembly Comm., Lantern,
Honor Roll, Activities Key, Decorating.
MARGARET S. LINN
"Peg" is a whiz at tennis . . . active in all sports.
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens Officer, Gym Squad, Major and Minor Sports
Kept her temper under "Lock,' and key . . . math addict.
Social Comm., Mounty, Y-Teens.
ANN L. LOFQUIST
Loved waterskiing . . . a future kindergarten teacher.
G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Red Cross Comm., Attcndance.
C. CLYDE LONGENECKER
A talent for mischief . . . wants to make money.
Football, track, or basketball-Iohrfs right there.
Football, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y.
JAMES A. KIRK
Ever present, ever pleasant . . . "Big', jim.
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
RICHARD D. KLABER
All we can say is he,s 99 44fl00 'Vb wonderful.
Foo.bal1, 'lrack, Devotional, Executive Board President, Log
National Honor Society.
WILLIAM L. KLOCKE
Bill proved that still water runs deep.
CLAIRE LOIS KOLLER
Vim plus vigor pl-as vitality equals Claire.
G.A.A., Ways and Means, Attendance, Medical, Lantern, Mounty
ROBERT C. KORTNER
He blazed a trail on the cinder path fmcl at school.
Track Co-Captain, Cross Country, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll
Lots of sparkle and snap . . . a cheery disposition.
Orchestra, Homeroom Officer, Chorus, Honor Roll.
THOMAS R. LANCAN, IR.
"Senor,s', ambition-to get to college.
JERRY J. LANGHART
Good-looking, good-natured, always a good friend.
Track, Intramural Basketball.
Always in a spin . . . as wound up as a top. .
Chorus, Devotional, "Mother ls A Freshman," Activities Key,
Triple Trio, Music Manager.
JULIE CAROLYN MAEHLING
Mildly terrific at everything . . . unforgettable "Mamaf'
Publicity, Red Cross Chr., "I Remember Mama", Y-Teens Secre-
tary, Honor Roll, Activities Key.
WILLIAM A. MAINS
Speedy on the track and fast at making friends.
Track, Cross Country, Usher.
JOHN A. MALCOLM, JR.
A "bug', for biology . . . always first out the class
Mounty, Honor Roll, Biology Co-Chr., Chemistry,
PATRICIA ANN MALONEY
Strutted off the field and into her friends, hearts.
Majorette, Mounty, Y-Teens, Activities Key, Publicity.
ALAN R. MANIET
Not Capone, but Maniet . . . Alfs a real buddy.
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Traffic.
ALBERT I. MARCIN
As Al saw it, soccer was the "all-in-onef,
Soccer, Intramural Basketball.
PETER C. MARIE
Pete and cars got along fine . . . pet peeoe is girls.
RICHARD A. MARLIN
Vacations in Manhattan . . . future oilman.
PETER I. MASCARO
Mt. Lebols future Hot Pilot . . . a friendly guy.
LORRAINE R. MAXWELL
This lass had fun written all ooer her face.
Chorus, Lantern, Y-Teens, Medical, Homeroom Bulletin Board,
Homeroom Program Comm.
DORIS M. MCAFOOS
A "Lebo7' black-eyed Susan.
Quiet and reserved . . . a grand all-round guy.
MARTHA LOUISE LUDWICK
"Martyn kept quiet and kept busy . . . a sweet kid.
Major Sports Letter, Honor Award Comm., Executive Board Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Homeroom Officer, Log, Activities Key.
RICHARD L. LUSK
Success is in store for good natured, likable Dick.
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Hi-Y, Cafeteria.
SALLY RUTH LYLE
She umarchedv her way right into our hearts.
Band, G.A.A., Poster, Decorating, Mounty, Y-Teens.
WALTER GEORGE LYMAN
In ten years . . . another Einstein or Edison.
Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Honor Roll.
MARY ANN LYN D
Always a million things on her mind . . . artistic, too.
Rifle, Homeroom Officer, Log Art Editor, Honor Roll, Class Rank
JAMES DOUCAL LYNN
The Voice was Jim of all trades and master of 'em, too.
Football Manager, Student Court, Log Literary Editor, Honor Roll,
Activities Key, Studio Manager.
JEAN E. MACDONALD
Cute and quiet . . . devilish gleam in her eye.
Y-Teens, Bulletin Board.
DONALD S. MACKEY
No Scotchman with his hilarious comments.
Intramural Basketball, Mounty, Usher, Traffic.
IOHN W. MCCASKEY
"Nugget', was renowned for his suave clothes.
Track, Intramural Basketball.
HOLLY SNOW MQCLAIN
With a smile, a wink, and a dimple she greeted us.
MARY ELLEN McCLELLAN
Irrepressible is the word . . . quick on the trigger.
Medical, Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
RICHARD S. McCONNELL
Tackled school and activities as football opponents.
Football, Tennis, Devotional, l-Iomeroom Officer, National
Society, Activities Key.
ELIZABETH JANE MCELROY
Bowling takes up her spare time . . . a secretary.
"News and views of the past weekv . . . radio for Jack.
Sportscaster, I-Iomeroom Officer.
THOMAS H. MCCREEVEY
A-TOM-ic, that is . . . specialized in "His" for everybody.
Intramural Basketball, Lunch Traffic, Projection, Honor Roll, PA.
MARY T. McKEE
Refreshing as springtime and just as welcome.
G.A.A., Majorette, I-lomeroom Officer, Y-Teens.
ELEANOR W. MCKENZIE
Eleanor was never too busy to help others.
C1.A.A., Medical, Make-up Chr., Information, Homeroom Program
NANCY LEE McLAIN
Lots of activities, lots of fun . . . Nancy had both.
Major Sports Letter, Home-room Officer, Ways and Means, Log
Circulation Manager, Honor Roll, Activities Key.
CERTRUDE K. MEISEL
"Twinkle Toesv herself . . . "TrudyD of the ballet.
Devotional, Homeroom Bulletin Board, Lantern, Mounty, Y-Teens
Sparkling with enthusiasm . . . a football fan.
Homeroom Officer, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Library, Ways and
WINSTON BRITTEN MERCOTT
His hobby? 'KBugs!', . . . prizewinning collector.
Intramural Basketball, Honor Roll, Biology Co-Chr.
NORVILLE T. MEYER
Always up to something . . . real estate salesman.
Jo ANN MIHM
Beautiful, bewitching-all this and brains, too!
Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens President, Honor Roll, Activities Key,
Honesty Comm., Activities Assembly Comm.
ELIZABETH R. MILLER
Future physical ed teacher . . . lotsa pep!
Major Sports Letter, Gym Squad, Library, Homeroom Officer,
HELEN LILLIAN MILLER
As sleek and sophisticated as satin.
Y-Teens, G.A.A., Decorating, Medical.
SALLY JANE MILLER
Pooches and "The Mounty
Attendance Cnr., Ways and
Roll, Activities Key, Quill a
PEGGY LEE MINIHAN
"Peg" of our hearts and queen of hearts was she.
Social Comm. Chr., G.A.A., Gym Squad, Homeroom Officer, Moun-
ROBERT J. MITCHELL
School work came easy to this good-looking senior.
I-Iomeroom Officer, I-Ionor Roll.
DAVID EDGAR MOLTER
"Dave" is new to Mt. Lebo . . . tinkers at mechanics.
U were her babies.
Means, Mounty Editor-infCl'iief, Honor
RICHARD L. MOORE
"Dickv doesnpt like women drivers . . . "habla espanol?"
Intramural Basketball, Usher Co-Chr., Projection, Cafeteria, Lunch
ALBERT H. MORRIS
Itps soccer and pork and beans for "Buddyf'
Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Homercorn Officer.
Our All-American athlete, Irishman, and pal.
Football, Baseball, Basketball, Homeroom Officer, Student Court,
National Honor Society.
DONALD F. NAGEL
'Wields a mean paintbrush . . . very quiet.
Band Manager, Orchestra, Scenery Chr.
NANETTE V. NELSON
Pert lass . . . had dramatic talent, too.
Chorus, G.A.A., "Mother Is A Freshman", "I Remember Mama",
SARAH A. NOEL
A wonderful career ahead in social work.
Y-Teens, Picture Squad.
IRENE I. NOLLE
In ten years "Rene" will be teaching foods.
K'Sonny,s,' head and heart were all for soccer.
Soccer, Intramural Basketball.
CAROL JEAN ORLUSKE
Sweet Carol . . . a lovely voice to match herself.
Triole Trio, Devotional, Homeroom Officer, Y-Teens, Honor Roll,
"A" . . . welcome addition from Mass .... lots of sparkle!
Y-Teens, Red Cross Comm., Traffic, G.A.A.
MARILYN ANNE PAAR
Music, music, music . . . an ice cream enthusiast.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Major Sports Letter, Honor Roll.
JANICE C. PALM
Palm stood like an oak among her friends.
Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Medical, Homeroom Bulletin Board, Home
room Program Comm.
MARY JOAN PATTERSON
"Jerry Mon . . . likes books and music . . . quiet.
IOANNE RAE PECK
Striking silver hair . . . secretary's life for her.
Chorus, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library.
MARY ANN PECK
Another little busy bee . . . she surely is a "honey"
Homeroom Officer, G.A.A., Student Court, Y.Teens Vice President
Honor Roll, Activities Key.
VVAYNE W. PETERNEL
Medicine is his aim, tennis his game.
Rifle, Stage Crew.
Real-"Lee,' sweet . . . quite petite.
MARY JO E. PHILLIPS
Our own live wire, crackling with enthusiasm.
Homeroom Officer, "Mother ls A Freshman", Lantern, Mounty, Y
Teens Officer, Activities Key.
JOAN H. PIERCE
A sparkyilug of energy . . . always a smile.
Medical, Library, Usher.
PATRICIA ANNE PIERCE
Her smile brightens any day . . . future disc jockey.
JANE K. POWERS
Dark in complexion and light in spirit.
' Y-Teens, G.A.A., Medical, Attendance.
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JOHN KEITH ROGERS
This "Rogae,' had a gallery of friends.
Football lvtanager, Intramural Basketball, Traffic, Honor Roll.
JUNE ANN ROGERS
Lots of fun . . . plans to teach home economics.
Medical, Gym Squad, Make-up, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll,
Homeroom Bulletin Board.
PATRICK R. ROONEY
Big hearted Pat . . . seldom seen with his Irish up.
Football, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer.
LEE ROSS ,
His main interest?-that model "A" Ford.
Projection Chr., Cafeteria, Intramural Basketball.
JAMES C. RUCKERT
Iim's a football and food fan.
"Sonny', . . . the boy with the "sunny" smile.
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
A star on the silver blades.
Publicity, Chorus, Student Court, Y-Teens Secretary, Activities
MARY JO RYERSON
VVapy hair, a wink, and an exuberant outlook on life.
Hcmeroom Officer, G.A.A. Council, Y-Teens President, Log, Honor
Roll, Activities Key.
"Roxi" .... s o short, but so sweet . . . a "Blondiev.
Good Sportsmanship Comm. Chr., Ways and Means, Lantern
'News Editor, Honor Roll, Activities Key, Quill and Scroll.
LOIS ANN SANDERS
Baseball, biology, and a chuckle . . . "that's for surelv
Library, Lantern, Mounty, Y4'T'eens.
MARY HORNE SARGENT
"Sarge,' was top-ranking in everything she did.
Rifle, Good Sportsmanship Comm., Chemistry, Gym Squad, Log,
MARY JEAN SCHNARS
Witty and bright . . . a complete delight.
Chorus, G.A.A., Mounty, Y-Teens, Honor Roll.
LINDA JOAN PRATT
Quiet, likable . . . prefers Wisconsin summers.
Chorus, G.A.A., Library, Medical, Homeroom Program Comm.
JOSEPH ANTHONY RAFFAELE
His ever happy grin was a pleasure to behold.
Football, Intramural Basketball, I-Iomeroom Program
ROBERT G. RANKIN
Dependable Bob had a finger
Homeroom Officer, Log, Cafeteria,
PHILIP H. REAC-AN
"Phil-edl' with fun . . . quite a
Stage Crew, Cafeteria, Projection
VVILLIAM SHELBY REAVES
Ranked high in the estimation
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom
JAMES R. REAVIS
"Reeues', . . . a .scientist at hea
Intramural Basketball, Homeroom
LEONARD V. REED
A new face . . . black bag and little pink pills ahead.
Intramural Basketball, Band.
A handsome lad who blows a sweet trumpet.
MARLENE ANNE ROELL
In the future-a secretary, for the present-accordionist.
Homeroom Officer, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Home Nursing.
in almost every pie.
, Home-room Officer, Honor Rall
of his classmates.
Officer, Honor Boll, Commence
rt . . . really terrific guy.
Officer, Honor Roll, Cafeteria
JAMES JOSEPH SIEGER
Likes basketball . . . good secretary in homeroom.
Intramural Basketball, Stage Crew, Cafeteria, Usher, I-lomeroom
Officer, Honor Roll.
MARY VIRGINIA SIMPSON
Her lovely hair, like her list of friends, is long.
Triple Trio, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Attendance, Book Squad.
R. FRED SIMPSON
Under that solemn face was a swell fella.
Intramural Basketball, Usher, Cafeteria.
"SlackerU was long on making friends . . . future M.D.
Football, Basketball, Homeroom Officer.
MARJORIE E. SLOMAN
Eye-catching newscaster . . . her aim-to be sophisticated.
Ways and Means, Homeroom Officer, "Naughty Marietta", "Mid-
night Fantasy", Advisory Council, Ne-wscaster.
ALBERT J. SMITH
s'BertD was a sociable guy . . . a busy one, too.
Track, Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer,
Honor Roll, Activities Key.
Vigorous and self-assured, a mighty man was he.
Football, Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Homeroom Officer.
CONNIE D. SMITH
Her sweet-natured manner just reels the friends in.
Library, G.A.A., Band, Traffic, Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll.
JOHN K. SMITH
"Smitty,' kept all the girls guessing . . . lively.
Football, Basketball, Lunch Traffic, Homeroom Officer.
LEE W. SMITH
Basketball is his hobby, interest, and sport.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
JAMES P.. SNYDER -
Baseball rated high on "Dukes, list.
Football, Baseball, Intramural Basketball, HivY, Cafeteria.
Strong and silent "Sum,' with the green thumb.
Intramural Basketball, Usher, Cafeteria, Lunch Traffic.
PATRICIA ANN SCHNEIDER
Pert, petite, and full of fun . . . popular gal.
Chorus, G.A.A., Medical, Library, Ways and Means, Red Cross
When leadership was needed, George was there.
Football, Intramural Basketball, Traffic, Homeroom Officer.
MARIAN R. SCOTT
Pretty as a picture . . . nice frame, too.
Y-Teens, G.A.A., Commencement Comm., Lost and Found.
LOIS MARIE SEILER
The patients of this sweet nurse-to-be are sure to improve.
Library, Homeroom Officer, G.A.A., Honor Roll, Homeroom Pro-
Fiddler Sal . . . what a gall
MARY GRACE SHENKEL
We know shefll be a perfect modern Flo Nightingale.
Honor Roll, Traffic, Attendance, Medical.
ELIZABETH ANN SI-IIPLEY
Energetic, cioacious Betsyfs always on the go.
Decorating, Ways and Means, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attend-
ALVIN RUSSELL SHORT
In our estimation he never fell Kshortf,
Intramural Basketball, Band.
THEODORE E. SIEDLE
Super salesman . . . balanced the Log's books.
Chorus, Log, Hi-Y, Homeroom Program Comm., Social Comm.
MARGARET M. SPINDLER
A true song bird . . . Michigan-minded. V
G,A.A., Lantern, Y-Teens, Honor Roll, Triple Trio, Activities Key. 1 V, 1
RICHARD R. SQUIRES y , .QE .
Master mimic of Mt. Lebanon. ' Q . 4 -Q, ' 4'
Homeroom Officer, Track, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Honor Roll, 'Q if , I ,V . V if
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JUDITH LYNN STABK J
Cool, poised, and chic . . . beautiful wavy hair. ,, if ,
Chorus, Medical. jr. L W ' j K
MARCIA LOUISE STORCH .
Tops in talent . . . the eyes have it.
Devotional, Chorus, Log, Mounty, Activities Key, "Midnight Frm- '
JAMES W. STOREY
Chemistryis I-imis line . . . never off the honor roll.
Intramural Basketball, Traffic, Band, Orchestra, Hi-Y, Honor Roll.
GORDON RICHARD STORHOLM
Quite a ladies' man . . . "Gordy,s', hobby? Food!
Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Chorus, Homeroom Program Comm.,
"Tay" . . . our dark-eyed cutie . . . tagged by her laugh. 1 .s
Majorette, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical. : K Vt,
Another baseball fan . . . a whiz at math. ' 51 i
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Usher. . K
JOSEPH C. SWAIM 1 n nll
Quiet joe was our devotions producer. 1 -,.,: ' X V , i
Devotional Comm. Chr., Hi-Y, Honor Roll, Mounty. 1 is K
"Rosie" Cfamed for her auburn hairl will be a nurse.
G.A.A., Information, Library.
MARY LOUISE TAGCART
Says her ambition is the same as any girl's-hmm!
G.A.A.f Y-Teens, Medical, Library.
BRUCE W. THIELEMANN
The man with the "magic" personality,
Football Manager, Homeroom Officer, "Mother Is A Freshman",
Lantern Sports Editor, Log, Activities Key.
DAVID L, THOMAS '
"Tommy" set cinders flying . . . tops in track.
Cross Country, Track, Football, Basketball, Intramural Basketball,
JOHN F. THOMPSON
"I. T.', had good-looking shirts . . . tall and brawny.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
JANET F. THURANSKY
Here's Ian, our authority on books, old and new.
GRETCHEN A. TROXELL
A cute, captivating chick . . . super strutter.
Majorette, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
RICHARD J. TUSSEY
Talented, easy-going Dick . . . sharp as a tack.
Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll.
CRETCHEN VAN DYKE
"Gretch" led you down the aisle.
Homeroom Officer, Usher, Library, G.A.A., Medical, Y-Teens.
MARILYN ELOISE VAN VOORHIS
Budding young composer . . . music, always music.
Chorus, Honor Roll, Library.
SUSANNE CLAIRE VIETORISZ
This Hungarian lass delighted all with her charm.
NANCY ANN VOLZ
A smile that warmed the hearts of everyone.
Library Chr., Activities Key, Major Sports Letter, Y-Teens, G.A.A.
JOAN ADELE VVAGNER
Saucy and with a flair for clothes is this newcomer.
MARY SUSAN XVAC-NER
Sparkling eyes and a sparkling wit.
Good Sportsmanship Comm., Publicity, Activities Key, Leg,
Teens, Lantern Feature Editor.
LLOYD A. VVAITE
"C. Af, . . . a slow smile anal recl hair.
Football, Intramural Basketball.
SAMUEL L. XVALTON
A 'lyarn spinnerv from ,way back.
AUDREY C. YVELCH
Uncler her tranquil manner lies a pleasant personality.
G.A.A., Chorus, Y-Teens.
MARY ANN VVHELAN
Flair for photography anal another for being nice.
Major Sports Letter, Ways and Means, Devotional, Y-Teens, Honor
Roll, Activities Key.
ELAINE N. XVICKE
Efenergy, N.-nice to know, XV.-willingness to help.
G.A.A., Honor Roll, Log, Activities Play Properties Comm., Major Y
MARTHA LEE XVILDER
Athletic nzinciecl . . . a jet powered number.
G.A.A. Council, Honor Award Comm., Homeroom Ofiicer, Y-Teens
President, National Honor Society, Activities Key.
CHARLES H. VVILLIAMS
Able, modest, consistently tops . . . our favorite star.
Homeroom Officer, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Football,
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ROBERT S. WILSON
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Nimble-footed Boh with snapping Latin eyes.
Track, Cross Country, Home-room Ofticer, Hi-Y, Honor Roll.
His caris his trademark . . . going up-street, VViIIie?
ROBERT M. VVITT
Past master at basketball . . . last name fits.
Track, Football, Basketball.
SANDRA L. XVOECKNER
The blonde with the terrific smile.
G.A.A., Chorus, l-Iomercom Officer, Y-Teens, Medical.
RODGERS T. WOOD
A HTIITLU track ntinel for writing.
Track, Cross Country, Track Manaoer, Log.
WALLACE F. VVORKIVIASTER
A history whiz . . . never forget his horseless chariot.
CIIARLES L. VVYNDHAM
Goocl things in packets small, glazl "Cl1arlD is-n't tall.
Cross Country, Track, Traffic, "Mother Is A Freshman", Intramu-
ELLEN SUE YARGER
Never without a joke or laugh . . . striking Sue.
Medical, Attendance, Lantern, Y-Teens, G.A.A.
EMMA T. YETTER
A truly fine gal with a unique sense of humor.
Chorus, Needle and Thread.
Her superb cooking will be a high snot in some inanis life.
G.A.A., Honor Award Comm., 'Nays and Means, Homeroom Oiti-
cer, Mounty, Activities Key.
VVILLIAM R. ZEHFUSS
What a salesman he,cl be . . . hefs got us sold already.
Intramural Basketball, Chorus, Homeroom Officer, "Mother ls A
Looks like the twin with the Toni . . . class joker.
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FRITZIE J. ZIVIC
Famous profile . . . famous car . . . what a man!
hack, Football, intramural Basketball, 'll"llllC.
HOMER W. PINEBOUGH II
The crowned champion of the 'cSleepers In Class Cluhf,
Cafeteria Riot Squad, PA, Denouncer, National Foulball Society
Sauill and Croll, Eascball Cnaturallyl.
A. ROTUND HORSEHIDE
Our spherical friend was always in .s'titche.s-.
Baseball, Log Illiterate Edxtor, Intramural Polo, Smoke Control
Squad, Chorus D.
X N X 9?
Shutter Shy . .
MARJORIE A. HE LLAND
We were glad to see oivacious "Midge" return.
GAA., Medical, Lost and Found.
Q f in
Glimpses fztlt 'Val
One piano, four hands, wonderful
music, and a lot oi fun at the G.A.A.
Newsccrsiers and sportscasters vvere
Iohn McEwen, Margie Sloman, Aiden
Hatton, and Marcia Storch,.
The Alphas gurqle and coo at their
Our hard working ways and means
squad and their sponsor, Mrs. Car-
gill, took time out to smile tor the
No, it wasn't a stone wall. The boys
just had a collision with their 120C
Childhood was never like this! I
can outstare you.
And when someone finally broke the
pinata, remember how this Spanish
class scrambled for the candy!
Mix a thesaurus, a dictionary, lots
of paper, a pen, and several hours
-result, one D plus precis.
"Lady Macbeth S1eepwalks" starring
Lady Gemmer and quick change ar-
tist, gentlewoman-doctor Klaber.
Our G.A.A. Dessert was a huge suc-
cess. How could it miss with such
refreshments and entertainment?
lim measures the electricity in a kiss.
Maybe we should talk to his girl
And then, when MOTHER IS A
FRESHMAN was all over, the cast
presented Mr. Mills with its thanks,
a portable radio.
Stars on any field . . .
Most Talented: Julie Maehling, Bruce Thielemann
Couldnit be tripped up on any play . . .
Best Dancers: Gretchen Troxell, Charlie Wyndham
Our home run kings . . .
Most Athletic: .....,.. Virginia Beck, Paul Murphy
Two very sharp ball players . .
Best Dressed: ..,....... Barbara Beck, Bill Eggers
This team hit it off right . . .
Cutest Couple: ..,..., Dick Bradway, Tay Strickler
Rookies of the Year . . .
Most Likely to Succeed: Io Mihm, Chuck Williams
Maehling and Thielemann
Top: Wyndham and Troxellg V. Beck and Murphy.
Bottom: B. Beck and Eggersg Bradway and Stricklerg Mihm and Williams.
For Hall of Fame
They really had a lot on the ball . . .
Most Sophisticated: Marian Englert, Tom Gemmcr
They would silently Steal about Mt. Lelao . . . mm
Quietest: .....A.,..... Martha Ludwick, Jim Blatt
Foremost exponents of the Screwball . . .
VVittiest: ......,,..., Eleanor Hatch, Dave Farrell
C hallced up the highest batting average . . .
Braiuiesta .......... Boxi Ryman, Dick lxlCCCJ11l16!ll
They were always good for a hit . . .
Best All-Around Kiclsz, ,Mary McKee, Rich Klaher
They looked good in every game . . .
Best Looking: .r........ Barbara Beck, Jack Smith
Top: Blatt and Ludwickg Farrell and Hatch.
Bottom: Ryman and McConnellg McKee and Klalncrg B. Beck and Smith.
Englcrt and Gemmer
After three grueling seasons with Mt. Leho the Old Pros had their dat
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