Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1956
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A school, any school, whether steeped
in vine-covered tradition or streamlined
in ultra-modern boldness, a tired P.S. 19
on a country road or a monstrous acre-
eater covering whole city blocks, a mod-
ern magnilico of Vermont marble or a
forlorn one-roomer of weathered red
brick, is only the reflection of one om-
nipotent force, an all-powerful force-
dominating its environment, a force
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Seated: Mr, Robert F. Dyson, Miss Miriam Headley, Mr. Elmer S. Stanier, Mrs. Donald C.
Lewis, Mr. Beckley Smith. Standing: Mr. NVillian1 C. Berg, Mr. Edward Buck, Mr, Samuel
A. Schreiner, Mr. Otis C. Hogsett.
planning nur tndau
The vigor and enthusiasm of a new Board of
Education was guided into the correct channels
this year by veteran tars, Drs. Ralph D. Hors-
man. and Joseph C. Keifer.
At the end of the year, after traveling these
channels for many months, they were just
around the bend and within whistle-tooting dis-
tance of their destination - the completion of
Mount Lebanon High School's magnificent new
The high school program is only one of many
which the Board must administer. Also under
their supervision are Mount Lebanon's six grade
schools and Mellon Iunior High, all of which
receive the same care and attention that has
marked their handling of high school business.
Dr. Mills, although compara-
tively new to the principalship,
has done a fine job of keeping
things running smoothly. No
matter what the problem, he is
the one who can End the solu-
tion, and it is to him that much
of the credit goes for making
our school a success.
we find our principal as he goes about his daily
work consulting with his secretaries, addressing the
student body, and observing the students as they go
from class to class.
Always a willing and interested adviser is Dr. Carl
Streams, Mount Lebanon's doctor of schedule ailments.
Since he has been vice-principal, he has added many new
and useful courses to the curriculum. Although his task as
mender .of schedules is a difficult and, often, complicated
one, he always demonstrates efficiency and a genuine appre-
ciation of the problem at hand. Pictured here, secretary Mrs.
Davies ushers in a new patient.
The guidance counselors, Mrs. Home and Mr. Nicklas as
well as their secretary Mrs. Irwin, know that a busy day is
just routine. Helping a student decide what he is going to
do after he is iinished with high school poses just as great
a problem as guiding him while he is still in high school.
College Boards, vocational aptitude tests, college meetings,
career conferences-these are just a few of the benefits we
receive through the guidance department for the planning
of our future.
Want an earl dismissal? You'll have to see
Mrs. Morgan or Miss Visocky in the Attend-
ance Oflice. If you don't see them, you'll end
up seeing Miss Gordon, our home and school
visitor. These women are confronted with the
almost superhuman task of keeping track of
all the students in Mt. Lebanon High School.
The medical office has changed its name to dispensary
and its location to one of the new rooms, but our
school nurse, Miss High, still remains that eflicient per-
son who has a remedy for all ills-including false ones.
Mrs. Cargill, our activities sponsor, handles everything
from activities keys to stuffed dogs. Among other things
which occupy her time are Ways and Means, the
Student Congress and Student Court. Her ability to
eiliciently organize her department has won student
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If you don't answer to your "John Henry"
in this class, you're probably deaf. Otherwise
you'd just be "dying" to take those exercises.
These girls aren't dissecting a real maul This
mound of muscles is just "Liverace", a new
addition to the health classes this year.
Mrs. Geraldine C. Adamson-Englishg Mr. David A.
Batchelor-General Math, General Scienceg Miss Mar-
guerite Beck-Germang Mr. John P. Beckett--Gymg
Mr. Albert W. Bernhardy-Machine Shop.
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"Pass it to me" echoed around the school as
the girls suffered battered bones and shattered
shins in field hockey this year. And the com-
mon cold became even commonerl
' If you like chopping frogs and charming snakes,
biology is the class for you! Here, john, Terry, and
Pat puzzle over pisciculture. '
Miss Margaret J. Billingsley-Girls' Health, Personal
Adjustmentg Dr. Lawrence E. Bromberick-Chemistryg
Miss Joanne Bruning--Englishg Miss Miriam Bulger-
Lating Mr. Merle R.
Principles of Sellingg
Mrs. Edith M. Clark-Algebrag
Mrs. Eleanor T. Rinne-Englishg Miss Rita M. Roegge
-Spanishg Mr. Robert A. Ruth-Physicsg Mr. Douglas
Shaner - Metal Art, Artg Miss
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Mr. Victor M. Doak-U. S. Historyg Miss Virginia A.
Elliott-Englishg Miss Alice Elms-Algebrag Miss Eliza-
E I beth A. Evans-Englishg Mr. Harry E. Felich-Algebra.
- Mr. Ralph D. Fife-Boys'
i Health, Gym.
Miss Pauline K. Fish
By having unusual bulletin boards, displays
and reading material, Mrs. Ruth Furlong gave
studentsan opportunity to enrich their litera-
Nog not Lily Pqns, Patrice Munsel, or Anna
Maria Alberghetti-just Janet Munn leading
another of Miss Mae Sneary's student-conducb y
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Eric, jack, joan, and Iamee have turned Miss
Elliott's Honor English class into Cod's office
as they enact a scene from Green Pastures.
XVith Audrey and Nancy trying to drug their
beans away from Stevie, it looks as if Mr.
Myers is the only one eligible. But what would
speech class do without Mr. Myers?
Students are hailed with an "Eh, bien!" as
Monsieur Jones returns test papers to his
French class. "Eh, bien!" and conversational
French in general played an interesting part
in the course this year.
"Ist das nicht ein Schnitzelbanke? Ya, das ist
ein Schnitzelbankef' So sings Carlynn Nill as
Henry Billeter blows a hot German trumpet in
a Deutschland jam session.
When in Rome-either Rome 2 or Rome 223
-do as the Romans do. Here, doing just what
the Romans did do, are Alice-Myers and Chris
Miss'-Katheryn H. Frobese - Englishg Mrs. Ruth S.
Furlong-English, Mr. Sherrick Gilbert-Biology, Mr.
Norman L. Goodwin-Algebra, Plane Geometry, Miss
Dorothy H. Grove-Commercial Subjects.
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"Whose powerful stroke will break the sad
pinata?" wonder Maureen, Carolyn, Elaine,
and Sue, as they take their turns at slugging
the battered bird. .
Mt. Lebanon's foreign exchange students K1r1
of Norway and "Didi" of Turkey have s en
quite a bit of the globe.
Miss Jean Hay - Englishg Miss Sylvia Hubicher
Frenchg Mr. Howard M. jones-French Mrs Eliza
beth G. Killen-Lating Mr. George W Ixhne Global
Geography, U. S. History, Geography of Strlteglc Areas
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Mr. George Lamprinakos --
Miss Mildred Lenk-Eng-
Miss Kathryn Levos
Mr. Charles O, Lohr-Biol-
ogy, Commercial Math.,
Jim, Myron, and Bob demonstrate something to the
class which only physics students would understand.
Miss Margery I. McClure-
Miss Florence McLaughlin-English, journalismg Miss
Marianne MacMain-Englishg Miss Harriet N. Manning
-Englishg Miss Josephine N. Martin-Englishg Mr.
john 'F . Mehner-Biology.
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Bookworms love it, 120-C students can't do without
it, freshmen get lost in it-this is the Library. For
twenty-five years, all the planning, filing, and tracking
down, which the librarian's job entails, had been in
the competent hands of Miss Moore. This year, how-
ever, Miss Moore chose to step down, transferring the
reins of power to her assistants, Miss Heslep and Mrs.
Wallace. The loss of Miss Moore's vast knowledge of
the Library's every nook and cranny, every book,
pamphlet, and periodical, was, of course, a serious one,
but the new regime carried on her fine work without
break of stride.
The school life of the students revolves around this,
the biggest, most valuable, and possibly the most beau-
tiful part of the school. A reference room, a browsing
room, a reading room, it serves, at some time or another,
every one of Mt. Lebanon's nearly two thousand in-
habitants, both students and teachers. It is indeed
the intellectual center of all Mt. Lebanon.
Miss Io Anne Mihm-English Mr
William A. Mitchell-Typing
Mr. Donley U. Mollenauer -
Historyg Mr. Wilbur Moore-Civics
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Global Geographers are aghast to find one
country on the map not covered by their
present course of study. Indignant, they make
plans for a full unit next year on Lower Slob-
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Neal-Wood Shop- Miss Eileen N b'
yers-Speech Chorus M l
Miss C. Ada Patterson-1Lating
v GS ltt-Plane Geom- Mr. Ernest E. Peterson-Typingg Mr. John F. Ramsey
et1'Yi Mis? Mafilim R- Nicoson-English? Mr- Joseph -Mechanical Drawingg Dr. John E. Reed-Drivingg
Pagnanelh-Drivmgg Miss Anne Ri htm-
g ire-Plane Geometry.
Beakers, smoke, and test tubes tremble as Dr
er1c coaches a group of mad scientists
in the noble art of blowing up the school.
Solid geometry and trigonometry are two of
the more diversified courses offered to seniors.
Besides leaming to distinguish "any line" from
"every line," seniors have also been known to
spend one "solid" hour learning how they can
set a good example for our underclassmen.
The clicking of the typewriters was
often heard in the third Hoor cor-
ridor as typing became even more
popular to both commercial and
Mrs. Eleanor T. Rinne-Englishg Miss Rita M. Roegge
-Spanishg Mr. Robert A. Ruth-Physicsg Mr. Douglas
Shancr - Metal Art, Artg Miss Donna jean Shaver --
Prospective secretaries and "lost causes" mum-
bled and scribbled through daily dictation and
word lists until finally their hieroglyphics be-
gan to look like Gregg shorthand.
Mr. YV. Clyde Simpson-Englishg Miss Nancy Skeriotis
-Gym, Girls' Healtllg Miss Sarah E. Smith-Solid
Geometry, Trigonometryg Miss May K. Sneary-Chorus,
Englishg Mr. joseph A. Srp-Plane Geometry.
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Mr. Albert N. Stanish-XVorld Historyg Mr. Kermit L.
Taggart-Civicsg Mr. Kirk C. Tallman-World Historyg
Mr. Thomas S. Taylor-Chemistry, Physicsg Miss Mary
V. Thorpe -Spanish.
An amorphous piece of metal must find its predeterm-
ined shape after all the pounding, grinding, sanding,
and polishing to which it is subjected in this class.
Machine shop now only lacks the
newly developed mechanical brains
to run all this machinery.
Clever workmanship like that on the puppets shown
here is the trademark of advanced art students.
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Mr. Richard N. Toler-Civicsg Mr. Richard YValker-
Algebra, General Mathematicsg Mrs. Josephine VVatters
-Chemistryg Miss Thelma VVhinnie-Commercial Sub-
jectsg Mr. Earl L. VVhipkey-Algebra.
-g Future Engineers of America? Maybe sog the boys are
' is getting valuable training toward this end in the me-
'-X chanical drawing classes.
Lg Hurry! The period is almost over! These lucky girls are
members of the one class in school allowed to eat in
This was a warm-hearted class, a gay class filled
with the pink champagne of success, bubbling with a
sense of achievement, glorying in the approval of under-
classmen and faculty.
And yet there were tensions: the endless search
through bulletins, the brief conferences, the applica-
tions, the days of waiting, and finally the promise of
And there were the happy moments. The open
houses, the progressive dinner, the championship game
that left them heart-broken but proud, and the wild
hilarity of senior week, were all a part of a mental
scrapbook that would last. The experience of ecstatic
moments and anxious hours formed a cord around their
hearts that grew painfully tight the night of graduation.
Ahead lay the unknowng behind, the indelible mark
of high school experience.
eues on a star
feet on the ground
ANN HOPE ARNOLD
Chorus, "Color On the Loose."
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Student Court, Decorating,
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Majorette Capt.
PAUL H. ARNOLD
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Band, Senior Play.
ELLEN ELIZABETH ASHTON
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., F.T
G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.
ANTOINETTE L. ATRIA X
Lantern, Log, Medical, Red Cross, G.A.A.
JOHN BABB X3 do
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SHIRLEY ANN BALACH 1-, X00 'vt
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Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantem, Log, H meroom OE.,
Ways and Means, G.A.A., Orchestra.
JUDITH ANN BANTA
Lantern, Log, Medical, G.A.A., Chorus.
RICHARD GEORGE ACCETTA
Lantem, Library, Medical, Program Planning Comm., G.A.A.
EDWARD G. ALBRIGHT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball, Football.
CAROL J. ALDERSON
Mounty, Attendance, Honor Award Comm.
ROBERT B. ALTER
Activities Key, Student Court, Homeroom OH., Basketball,
Tennis, Track, Cafeteria, Projection, Traffic.
CAROL JOAN ANDERSON
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty,
Homeroom OH., Honor Award Comm. Chm., Library, Red
Cross, F.T.A., Y-Teens OH.
JAMES W. ANDERSON
JOHN C. ANDERSON
Log, Homeroom OE., V. Football, Intramural Athletics, Hi-Y
MARGARET J. BARTHOLOW
Attendance, Bulletin Board, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
ISABELLE IOURDAN BATES
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Home-
room OE., Good Sportsmanship Comm., Ways and Means,
DOMENIC F. BA'I'1"AGLIA
CAIL IANICE BAUER
Lantern, Attendance, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Range Rockette.
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Log Literary Editor,
Homeroom OE., Bulletin Board, Publicity.
ELMER W. BEARDSHALL, IR.
Honor Roll, Cross Country, I. V. Track, Chess.
IUDY A. BECK
Log, Attendance, Cheerleader, Medical, G.A.A.
Lantem, Log, Football, Baseball, Cafeteria, Library, Traffic
JOHN S. BEEDLE
Log, Chess, Trallic.
IAMES L. BEERY
Homeroom OE., Football, Basketball, Hi-Y.
ELIZABETH C. BEIDLER
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Activities Key and
Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom OH., Y-Teens
Off., Triple Trio.
SUSAN RUSSELL BEIL
Lantem, Attendance Chm., Medical, G.A.A.
PHYLLIS A. BELL
Log, F.T.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band, Chorus.
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log,
Mounty, Devilette Co-Editor, Program Planning Comm., G.A.A.,
WILLIAM K. BENNETT
Honor Roll, Lantem Art Editor, Log, Mounty, Homeroom
Off., Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Public Address.
MARY E. BESCHER
Lantern, Homeroom OE., Information, Ways and Means,
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Senior Play.
HENRY A. BILLETER
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Log, Homeroom OE., Publicity, Trallic, Band.
Hi-Y, Orchestra. fl I Z ' 4
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DAVID C. BITTNER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Art Sq.
Publicity, F.T.A., Y-Teens.
MARGUERITE ANN BLOMCREN
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Devilette Co-Editor,
Homeroom OE., Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens OH.
ROSE MARIE BLONAR My
Program Planning Comm Band N
Medical, C..A.A. , ' ' W W '
WALTER G. BOLLINGER YJ ,IJ
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Football, Cafeteria '
PATT1 BOSWORTH X
JANET SlJSAN BAA151QES'! 7 XV gf'
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Library Medical GAA 7 L, VL ,-
Lantern, Bulletin Board, Library, G.A.A., Y Teens. Q
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DONNA SICA and CARY WEISIGER
HELEN LOUISE BRAMHALL
Honor Roll, Lantem, Attendance, G.A.A., Range Rockette.
LOIS I. BRAWDY
Honor Roll, Band, Chorus.
PATRICIA A. BREARLEY ,
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Olf., G.A.A., Y-Teens OH
IOAN MURRAY BRIDGES
G. RICHARD BROMWICH
Homeroom OH., Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Cafe
teria, Band, Senior Play.
CLAIRE LOUISE BRUBAKER
Lantem, Attendance, Publicity, Majorette.
SARAH JANE BUCHHEIT
Honor Roll, Library, Medical, Red Cross, G.A.A.
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I. V. Cross Country.
GEORGE M. BUSHYEACER, IR. .
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Hi-Y, Band.
NANCY W. CAMERON
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Devotions, G.A.A.,
SHIRLEY M. CAMPBELL
CAROL SUE CANNON
Activities Key, Lantern, Publicity, Library, Red Cross, G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Chorus. .
ELEANOR CANNON big,
c.AA., Y-Teens. X?
EILEEN A. CARDAMON 'SRX
Lantern, Chorus. ?- Tx'
NICK CARDELLO We -
MARIE CARPENTER :Skt
Mommty. Q- '
NOREEN BAYLY and CARL GOTTSCHALL
CHARLES S. CASSIDY
Intramural Basketball, Rifle, Band.
FELIX A. CASTE
Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball.
HOWARD N. CHARLSON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball, Library,
ALICE LOUISE CHELQUIST
Lantern, Log, Mounty, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Range
MARLENE DEANNA CHERRY
JUDITH ANN CHIDESTER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Medical, Red Cross, C.A.A., Y-
Teens, Band, Orchestra.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH CLARK
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Circulation Mgr-., Lantern,
Devotional, Honor Award Comm., F.T.A., Off., C.A.A., Chorus.
NANCY DIANE CLARK
Lantern, Ways and Means, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
ROBERT H. CLARK
Mounty, Library, Trallic, Chorus, Devotional Choir, Formal
CAROLYN GANNETT COBB
Activities Key, Library, Medical Chm., G.A.A.
National Honor Society, Honor Roll.
BETTY LEE COLLINS
Mounty, Honor Award Comm., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JOAN M. CONNORS
Log, Attendance, Library, Ways and Me n , A., .
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PATRICK W. CORRIGAN R9 IA, l
Football, Track, Cafeteria. wa
A. I. COULTER
Lantem, Mounty, Cross Country, T rack, Hi-Y, Orchestra.
ESTHER IEAN COWAN
I. FREDERIC COYNE
Log, Mounty, Red Cross, G.A.A.
CAROL ANN CHAIN
MARY ELLEN CRANDALL
Honor Roll, Infomation, Red Cross, G.A.A.
TRUDY LYN CRITCHFIELD
Lantern, Library, Medical, G.A.A.
BARBARA LOUISE CRIVELLA
Lantern, Decorating, Library, Make-up, G.A.A. Council, Range
IAMES L. CURL
I. V. Cross Country, Cafeteria.
WILLIAM F. DAILEY
SUMNER W. DANA
Biology Sq. Chm.
Honor Roll, Achievement Chm., Attendance, Devotional, Pro-
gram Planning Comm., Y-Teens, Chorus.
IUDITH M. DAVIS
Medical, F.T.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
WILLIAM STUART DEBENHAM
Homeroom Off., Intramural Tennis, I.V. Track, Cafeteria,
Chemistry, Public Address.
JOSEPH DE GIOVANNI
CAROLE ANN DELACH
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Attendance, Ways and Means,
ROSE ANN M. DE LONGA
Log, Library, Chorus.
DEANNA LEE DE VILLING
Attendance, Publicity, Red Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Range
RAYMOND D. DILWORTH
Honor Roll, Lantem, Intramural Athletics, Program Planning
Comm., Projection, Publicity.
Honor Roll, Lantem, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Art Sq., C.A.A.,
MARILYN MARIE DOEGE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
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Basketball, Change Sq., Cafeteria, Hi-Y OH.
THOMAS M. DONAHUE
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice-
President, Homeroom Off., Football, Baseball, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Cafeteria, Hi-Y.
MARJORIE L. DRAKE
Honor Roll, Lantem, Bulletin Board, Library, Medical, Red
Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
HIRAM E. DRISCOLL
Football, Intramural Basketball.
Rifle, Cafeteria, Band.
CHARLES THOMAS DUPUIS
Homeroom OE., Cross Country, Track Mgr., Intramural Bas-
ketball, Stage Crew, Traffic, Usher, Hi-Y.
JAY D. EDWARDS
Physics Sq., Stage Crew.
JUDITH E. EDWARDS
MYRON M. EICHER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cross Country,
Track, I. V. Basketball, Senior Play.
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CAROLYNE E. ELDER
Lantem, Attendance, Medical, Y-Teens
ANNA MARIE ESTATICO
Book Sq., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JOAN LILLIAN FAIRGRIEVE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom OE., Library, Make-up,
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Range Rockette, Chorus.
GAYLE MARIE FARRELL
Lantem, Y-Teens, G.A.A.
IAMES L. FELLER
JAMES H. FEUSTEL, JR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Band.
Activities Key, Lantem, Make-up, Medical, Red Cross, Ways
and Means, G.A.A. Council, F.T.A., Y-Teens.
BE'I'I'E A. FITCH
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Attendance, Devotional, Ways
and Means Chm., F.T.A., G.A.A.
Homeroom OE., Football, Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
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SUE FISH and JERRY GROSSO
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SALLY R. FRIDAY . -
Lantem, Log, Homeroom O ., Cheerleader, Library, Medical,
CLARE A. FUNK
Honor Roll, Red Cross, G.A.A.
NORMAN H. FUSS
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Lantern, Rifle, Cafeteria,
Physics Sq., Hi-Y, "The Curious Savage," Senior Play.
IOAN ELLEN CARIS
Honor Roll, Traffic.
GEORGE O. GEISSLER
Intramural Athletics, Hi-Y.
IOANNE LYNN GEYER
Lantern, Homeroom OH., Medical, C.A.A., Y-Teens Off.,
RICHARD K. GIBSON
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Mounty, Homeroom
Off., Projection, Stage Crew, Ways and Means Chm.
CAROLYN JOAN FLECK
Honor Roll, Lantem, Homeroom OE., Attendance, Bulletin
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH.
MICHAEL LEWIS FOLEY '
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cafeteria,
Physics Sq., Public Address.
CHARLES CONRAD FORDING
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Hi-Y, Band.
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Mounty, Attendance, Class Rank, Infonnation Chm., Program
RAMON P. FOUSE
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Homeroom OE., Rifle, Tennis, Projection, Traffic, Band.
Tennis, Intramural Basketball, Devotional, Usher, Chorus, Se-
MALCOLM D. FRASER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Cafeteria, Chemistry
Sq., Physics Sq., Projection.
JOAN FREEMAN '
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Bulletin Board, Honor Aw-ard Comm.
Medical, Ways and Means.
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BETTY KETCHUM and BOB ALTER
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NANCY M. GILBERT
Chorus, Triple Trio, "Color on the Loose," "Showboat."
MARY LOU GINDER
Lantem, Gym Sq., G.A.A.
MARY PATRICIA GIRA
Decorating, Devotional, Red Cross Chm., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
DAVID RAFAEL COLDMAN
Football, Intramural Basketball, Stage Crew.
CARL GOTTSCHALL '
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll,
Log Sports Editor, Homeroom OH., I. V. Football, Track, Class
Rank Co-Chm. Physics Sq. Chm.
ROBERT E. GBADY
Homeroom OE., Football, Baseball, Intramural Basketball, Cafe-
JAMES D. GRAHAM
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Football, Intramural Basketball,
Lantern, Lost and Found, Red Cross, G.A.A.
Activities Key, Homeroom Off., Devotional, Library, G.A.A.,
Lantem, Homeroom Off., Bulletin Board, Information, G.A.A.
BARBARA ANNA GRAU
Honor Roll, Art Sq., Bulletin Board, Y-Teens, Chorus.
BARBARA IEANNE GREENE
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty Editor, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.,
BE'I'I'E ANN CREENLEE
G.A.A., Y-Teens,, Range Rockette.
ANN MARIE GREER
Lantem, Log Editor, GAA, Y-Teens.
LINDA SUE CREER
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty,
Public Address, G.A.A,, Triple Trio, Acc., Senior Play.
Library, Medical, G.A.A.
GRETCHEN L. GRIMM
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantem, Log, Scholastic Comm.,
IRENE T. GROFF
Medical, Ways and Means, G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Cafeteria.
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JAMES W. GRUNENWALD
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Library, G.A.A.
SUZANNE L. GUY
Lantem, Mounty, Devilette Art Editor, Attendance, Medical,
IUDITH LEE HALL
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and I
Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantem Make-up Editor, Homeroom Off., I
Good Sportsmanship Chm., Ways and Means, Orchestra.
MARGARET C. HALL
Lantem, Log, Information, Traffic, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
WILLIAM R. HALL
Homeroom Off., Football, I.V. Track, RiHe, Football Mgr.,
DALE O. HALLAM
Honor Roll, Hi-Y, Band.
MARY ANN HALLER
Lantem, Homeroom OH., Attendance, Decorating, G.A.A.
Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
DONALD LEE HANCHEY
Homeroom Off., Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, Cafe-
teria, I-Ii-Y, Senior Play.
JAMES M. HANLY
CHARLES B. HARTWIC
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Student Congress Vice-Pres., Homeroom OH., Football Capt.,
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
PATRICIA L. HAST
I-Iomeroom OH., Infommation Chm., Medical, Y-Teens, Chorus.
CATHERINE M. I-IEBLEY
Honor Roll, Y-Teens OE., Triple Trio, Choms.
VIRGINIA LEE HENTHORNE
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom
Off., Devotional, G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.
IUDITH ANNE HILTON
antern Bulletin Board, Medical, F .T.A., C.A.A., Y-Teens,
U F 'if . ENDERSON
Ho " '-- O ., Cross Co try, Track, I tramural Basketball,
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BARB A I I NG and JACK KENNINC CAROL ANDERSON and ED FITZGERALD
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Homeroom Off Attendance Library Red I
DAVID H. HOAG P' I
Homeroom OH., Intramural Basketball, J. V ,
THOMAS C. HOAR
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Basketball. Track, Stage Crew, Hi-Y.
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
WALTER WILLIAM HOFFMAN
Honor Roll, Log Business Mgr., Program Planning Comm.,
RICHARD C. HOLLIDAY
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Cafeteria, Scholastic,
MARY JANE HOOD
Attendance, Red Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
SALLY M. HORNELL
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty,
DONA LEE HOUSER I
Lantern, Log, Information. Gym Sq., G.A.A. COHIICII-
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National Honor Society, Activities Key, H Roll, Lantern,
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National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Attendance, Library,
CAROLE LEE HULSE
Lantem, Red Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
MARGARET ANN HYDE
Library, Medical, G.A.A.
WILLIAM C. IRVIN
JOHN W. JAcox
Rifle, Chemistry Sq., Physics Sq.
Log Art Editor, Art Sq., Band.
DAVID N. JENKINS
IUDITH R. JENKINS
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
JAMES EDWARD JOHNS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
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ELEANOR L. JOHNSON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.T.A., Y-Teens.
GUS E. JOHNSON
NANCY RUTH JOHNSON
Homeroom OE., Devotional, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
NANCY LOUISE JOHNSTON
Do'1'rY LU JONES
Book Sq., Decorating, Medical, Ways and Means, G.A.A.
Activities Key, Homeroom OH., Decorating, Hospitality, G.A.A
MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN
Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom OE., Decorating, G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Range Rockette, Chorus.
Honorary Member of Student Congress, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JOHN c. KAISER
Homeroom OH., Football, Intramural Basketball, Trallic.
RUSSELL A. KAMPER
Intramural Basketball, Tramc.
JUDIE KAUF MAN
SANDRA J. KECK
Lantem, Homeroom Off., Devotional, Y-Teens, Chorus.
ANDREW 1. KEEFE
Football, Cafeteria. K 5 op
LYNN KEENER I' D 4 W s
Lantern, Band. AJAX
WILLIAM L. KELLEHER, JR.
Homeroom OE., Football, Track, Intramural Basketball, Cafe-
PAUL O. KELLY
Honor Roll, Activities Key, Homeroom OE., Chemistry Sq.,
Physics Sq., Projection, Chorus.
JACK C. KENNING
Homeroom OE., Baseball, Basketball, Football, Intramural Base-
ball, Cafeteria, Hi-Y.
1. ROGER KENT 6
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tr ural Basketball, Cafetena, Traffic, Hx Y. co Obec
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Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty, Cross Country, Chemistry
Sq., Projection, Ways and Means.
ELIZABETH C. KETCHUM
National Honor Society, Activities. Key, Honor Roll, Lantern,
H Student Congress Sec., G.A.A., Cheerleader Capt., Information.
MARIOREE MAE KIDNER
Attendance, Library, Medical. Y-Teens, G.A.A.
PATRICIA LUCILLE KIDNER
Library, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
THOMAS H. KIMMELL
Intramural Basketball, I. V. Cross Country, Cafeteria, Traiic,
Homeroom OE., Decorating, Red Cross, Y-Teens, Range Rock-
ROBERT R. KING, JR.
Homeroom OH., Intramural Basketball, Track.
National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Activities Key, Honor
Roll, Lantem Editor, Homeroom Off., Decorating, Devotions,
BARBARA ANN KIRSOPP
Medical, Y-Teens, Band.
JUDY BECK and JOHN REID
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CAROL JEAN KLABER
Attendance, Ways and Means, Y-Teens, Orchestra, Chorus.
IUDITH ANN KLANKE
Honor Roll Lantem Log Library C A Ran Rockette,
"Curious Savage." , , , -
DANIEL ERNEST KLETTER
Honor Roll, Intramural Basketball. MM
LEE M. KLINGENBERG
Honor Roll, Blue Devil, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Orchestra.
KATHLEEN CAROL KNOCH
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Activities Key and
Guard, Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Nominating Comm., So-
cial Comm Chm., Dmm Major, Senior Play.
PETER IAMES KOPCSAK
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off-, Foot-
ball, Track Co-Capt., Intramural Basketball.
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom OE., Biology Sq., Informativn, N
Medical, Red Cross.
DAVID 0. KRAFT
Football, Track, Hi-Y, Chorus, Devotional Choir.
MARY ANN KRAUTHEIM
Activities Key, Lantem, Library, Public Address, Red Crcss,
Y-Teens, Range Rockette, Chorus, Devotional Choir.
KATHLEEN L. KUMER
Honor Roll, Lantem, F.T.A., C.A.A., Y-Teens.
NANCY ELIZABETH LAMB
Activities Key, Lantem, Lost and Found Chm., Attendance,
F.T.A., Chorus, "Color on the Loose," Devotional Choir, Triple,
THOMAS I. LaMO'1'I'A
Homeroom Olf. Baseball Football Intramural Basketb l.
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National Honor Socigy, oll0 Progra P anning mm.,
SETH R. LAMPE
JOHN LARNE11 Q
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Bon LARRY I ' I
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH. I ranJ15Lgask3 Y.
I. ROBERT LaRUE, IR. ' 0' ,
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball.
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BARBARA LEE LEWIS
Lantem, Library, G.A.A.
DAVID H. LEWIS
BARBARA ELLEN LATHAM
Activities Key, Lantem, Homeroom OE., Intramural Tennis,
Red Cross, Gym Sq., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
I0 ANNE LAUB
Lantem, Mounty, Information, Program Planning Comm., Y-
DIANE ALICE LAUBENHEIMER
HARRY LEECH 51"
Football, Cafeteria, Hi-Y. W ,
BARBARA MICHELLE LEMIRE
Log, Y-Teens. W K Qx .
GEORGE LESTER 9'
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Band. V
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JOSEPH LEVIN 0.
LYNNE ESTELLE LEVY 1 '
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Track, Basketball,
I V Football Projection Senior Pl y
noisnnfr D. LEWIS if QQ, HJ.
National Honor Society, on r oll, omeroom Off., Cross
Country, I. V. Basketball, I. V. Track Txyflic, .
THEODORE C. LINN 19
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National Honor Society Iti y, Ho ll, Homeroom
OH., Tennis, Projec ' , i-Y, Senior Play.
LAUREL ANN LOCK ART
Activities Key, Hono Roll, Lantem, Log, Homeroom Off., K
Honor Award Comm., Library, Red Cross, G.A.A.
JoHN A. LONETT, JR. ?1Q
WILLIAM W. LOVETT 1 C by
ELIZABETH I. LURTY rx ,
Majorette. r ' XX' '
GEOFF REY B. LUTZ J N 1
Band, Senior Play.
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DONA HOUSER and FRITZ WALKER
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Log, Art Sq. Chm.
ELEANOR ANN LYNOTT
Honor Roll, Log, I-Iomeroom OE., Medical, G.A.A. Council
LAWRENCE A. MACK
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
JANET ELIZABETH MacLEAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Usherettes, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
ROBERT L. MAJOR '
Intramural Basketball, Trallic, Cafeteria, Band.
YVONNE MARY MANIET
Infonnation, "Color on the Loose."
Ways and Means.
FRANCIS S. MARCIN
I. V. Cross Country, Intramural Basketball.
ELAINE E. MARTIN
G.A.A., F.T.A., Y-Teens, Spanish Club.
WILLIAM E. MASTERSON, JR.
National Honor Society, Activities Key,
Country Capt., Track Capt., Band.
MARIORIE K. MAY
Medical, Information, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
BARBARA ANN MCGINNIS
Lantern, Medical, Red Cross, G.A.A.
NANCY RUTH MCGRATH
Medical, Publicity, G.A.A., Chorus.
ROBERT H. MCLENNAN yy, , C 2512
Honor Roll, Cross
Baseball, I. V. Football, Intramural Basket ll, Hi-Y.
SALLY I. MELLOR
Chorus, Triple Trio, "Color on the Loose," "Showboat."
ROBERT I. MERSINGER
IOHN R. MIHM
Track, Cross Country, Cafeteria, Traffic.
RACHEL K. MILLER
Homeroom OE., Information, G.A.A., Y-T
eens Off., Band.
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MAY VIOLA MISSEL
ROY D. MOFF ITT
Track, J. V. Cross Country, Orchestra.
KARL S. MUCHA
Honor Roll, Football, Intramural Basketball.
CARL J. MUIA
Honor Roll, Trallic.
AMY KAY MUNCASTER
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom' Off..
G.A.A., Y-Teens, "Showboat," Senior Play.
IANET E. MUNN
Lantem, Homeroom OE., Devotional, Medical, Red Cross.
Ways and Means, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Range Rockette.
RODGER W. MURTAUGH
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Golf, I. V. Basketball.
Lantem, Homeroom OE., F.T.A., G.A.A.
WILLIAM H. NEWMAN
Honor Roll, Cafeteria, Projection, Stage Crew.
D. NANCY NICHOLS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., F.T.A.
RUTH P. NIELSEN
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern
Mounty, Attendance, Red Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens OE.
CARLYNN F. NILL
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll
Lantem, Library, G.A.A., Band, Chorus.
ANNE KATHRYN NOLAN
Honor Roll, Log, Library, F.T.A., G.A.A.
STEPHANA 0. NORRIS
Attendance, F.T.A. OE., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Senior Play.
EMILIO A. NOTTE
MARY CLOVER OAKES
Lantem, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Devotional Choir, Triple Trio
W. ROBERT O'NEAL
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Hi-Y, Band.
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
KATHY KNOCH and ALAN RICE
HAROLD S. OVERHOLT, IR..
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom
Off., Track, 1. V. Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria,
Projection, Hi-Y OE.
DAVID C. OWENS
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Golf Capt., J. V. Basketball,
Attendance, Devotional, Library, Medical, Red Cross, G.A.A.,
I-I. SHELDON PARKER, IR.
National Honor Society, Advisory Council,, Activities Key,
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom OH., Intramural Basket-
ball, Public Address Chm.
EARLE I. PATTERSON
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student
Congress Pres., Homeroom OE., Football, Track, Intramural,
Basketball, Social Comm., Hi-Y OE.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Red Cross, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens OE.
MARY W. PENDLETON
National Honor So ety, nor R unty, G.A.A., Chorus,
"Color on the Loos "M
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Homeroom Off., V. Basketball.
GEORGE W. PEOPLES, IR.
Homeroom OH., Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Hi-Y.
JUDITH ANN PETERS
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
H. WILLIAM PETTY, II
Track Mgr., Library.
FRANK HARRY PINKUS
Lantern, Cross Country Mgr., Track Mgr., Basketball, Tennis,
ELIZABETH A. POMEROY
Library, F .T.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
CAROL ANN POWERS
G.A.A., Senior Play.
LINDA LOUISE PRICE
Homeroom Oil., Log, Lantern, Decorating, Library, Medical,
ROSE MARIE PYLE
IUDITH ANNE RAAKER
Lantern, Bulletin Board, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
WILLIAM A. RANKIN
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll,
Student Court, I. V. Basketball, Cafeteria, Traffic, Hi-Y Off.,
BRUCE JAMES RATHKE
Band, Dance Band.
MARY BELLE REARICK
Log, Attendance Co-Chm., Library, F .T.A., G.A.A.
WILLIAM S. RECTENWALD
JOHN L. REID
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Basketball, Cross Country, Track
Co-Capt., I. V. Football.
CHARLES A. REINBOLT
Lantem, Intramural Basketball, Physics Sq., Traffic.
TERENCE G. BENTON
RICHARD A. RHONE, IR. 1
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GIGI GRIMM and MIKE OVERHOLT
ALAN WATSON RICE
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student
Congress Pres., Homeroom Off., Studio Co-Mgr., Traffic, Chorus.
Lantem, Attendance, Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
Honor Roll, Lantem, Log, Attendance, Medical, Red Cross,
Usher, G.A.A., Y-Teens. -
BONNIE LOUISE ROBINSON
Activities Key, Homeroom Off., Decorating, Medical, Social
Comm., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Majorette Co-Capt., "Sliowboat."
DOROTHY A. ROBINSON
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Lantern, Library, Medical,
G.A.A., F.T.A., Chorus.
VERNA JEAN ROBINSON
Honor Roll, Log, Library, G.A.A., Range Rockette.
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Lantern, Mounty,
Homeroom Off., Art Sq., Honor Award Comm., G.A.A., Y-
DONALD P. ROLLINS
JOEL H. ROSENBERG
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria,
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Homeroom Off., I. V. Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, 1
LINDA KATHERINE ROWE
Activities Key, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens
IEFF D. RUCKER
Homeroom Off., Football, Intramural Basketball.
CAROL IOAN RUDERT
Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
PETER CARL RUNDEL
Cross Country Mgr., Track Mgr., Rifle, Hi-Y.
WALLY C. SAMUELS, IR. Lo
Golf, Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria. , ,Ls as fuck'
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STEWART F. SANDER, IR.
Log, Cafeteria, Blue Devil. nav' way All yovf
CECILE F. SCATTAREGIA ll S-6 . CL!
Lantem, Homeroom Off., Library, Medical, Red Cross, G. .A.
WILLIAM L. SCHAEFER
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Rifle,
Intramural Basketball, Program Planning Comm., Hospitality.
Traffic, Chorus. '
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ADA C. SCHOCH
Lantem, Bulletin Board, Library.
CHRISTINE ANN SCHOEDEL
Lantem, Bulletin Board, Ways and Means, Y-Teens.
IRIS ROSE SCHWARZ
Attendance, Y-Teens, Chorus.
SARAH CORNELIA SCOGGINS
Art Sq., Decorating, Library, Medical, Range Rockette.
ROBERT I-I. SEFTON
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE, Intramural Basketball, VVays
JOHN CHARLES SELLECK
Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Band.
WILLIAM SAMUEL SHANKLIN
GAIL M. SI-IIELDS
F.T.A., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
WILLIAM L. SHIELDS-
Cross Country, Intramural Basketball,. Cafeteria, Projection, X
DONNA LEE SICA
Attendance, Cheerleader, Decorating, Medical, Range Roclcette.
CAROL ANN SIMPSON
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student
Court, Lantem, Cheerleader Co-Capt., Medical, G.A.A., Chorus.
JOHN T. SIMPSON
I. V. Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Band. '
SANDRA K. SISSON
Red Cross, G.A.A.
AUBREY H. SLATER
Track, I. V. Football.
DONALD I. SLAUGHENHOUPT
Homeroom Off. -
DEBORAH QUAYLE SMITH
Honor Roll, Mounty, Art Sq., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Devotional Choir, "Showboat."
CAROL SIMPSON and BUZZ KAISER
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W. TERRY SMITH ' l
Mounty, Football Mgr., Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, -
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KAY L. SOHRAUEH ' '
L. Jo SPOKANE
Log, Lrbrary, Chorus
HAROLD D. SPRACUE '
Basketball, Intramural Ba all. , N'
RONALD SQUILLER I fy
NANCY ANN STAFFORD
Attendance, Devotional, G.A.A., Chorus.
CONSTANCE LEE STALMA
Honor Roll, Lantem, Information, Library, F.T.A.
DAWN LUWAYNE STARR
Lantem, Bulletin Board, Information, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
ANN NICHOLSON STEARNS
Honor Roll, Lantem, Log, Chorus.
JOAN E. STECK
Devotional, Range Rockette, Chorus, "Showboat."
MARGARET E. STERLING
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom OH., Red Cross, Ways and Means,
IUDITH M. STERNER
Lantem, Red Cross, G.A.A., Range Rockette.
ROBERT JOHN STERRETT
STEPHANIE C. STORY
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Honor Award Comm., Medical,
EDITH LOUISE STRICKLER
Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens
PATRICIA MARION STUBNER
Lantem, Log, Mounty, Rifle, Lost and Found, C.A.A.
size! an M I
IOE SULLIVAN '
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria.
Lantem, Log, G.A.A.
ELIZABETH ANN SUMMERS
, WILLIAM H. SWAN
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
I JOHN R. SWARTZWELDER
I WILLIAM F. TAMPLIN, IR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Track, Hi-Y, Band. ,,
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BEVERLYANN TAN LLO 72744 0 6
ROBERT L. TATE
Lantern, Log, Ways and Means.
VIRGINIA E. TAYLOR
Activities Key, Lantem, Attendance, Cheerleader, Library
Medical, Ways and Means, G.A.A.
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Lantern, Homeroom OE., Bulletin Board, F.T.A., G.A.A., Y-
SALLY ANN THOMPSON
IAMES J. THORNTON
CAROLE L. TIPPING
WILLIAM A. TOTH
IAMES I. VAN GUNDY
CARLOTTA VAN VOY
MARCUERITE I. VECH
JUDY KLANKE and GEOF LUTZ
Chemistry Sq., Projection.
Library, Red Cross Chm.,
I-IARRIET LEE THOMPSON
Lantem, Log, Mounty, Attendance, Lost and Found
Lantem, Attendance, Medical, G.A.A.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Basketball.
Information, Library, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
Quill and Scroll, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantem Asst.
Editor, Homeroom Off., Attendance, G.A.A. Council, Y-Teens
Ways and Means, G.A.A., Chorus
Homeroom OE., Information, Medical, Red Cross, F.T.A., Off.,
HENRY BENTON VOGEL
MILTON CHARLES VOGEL
ELIN LOUISE VOIGT
Lantem, Mounty, Bulletin Board, Infonnation, Library, F.T.A
Honor Roll, Lantem, Homeroom OE., Library, Ways and
Honorary Member of Student Congress, Library, F.T.A.
CARL W. VOLKWEIN
Intramural Basketball, Band.
VIRGINIA VONDER HEIDE
Attendance, Bulletin Board, Infomiation, Medical, Y-Teens,
ELLEN H. VON ENDE
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantem,
Devotional Chm, G.A.A., Y-Teens OE., Chorus.
ELLA MAY VOORHIES
Honor Roll, G.A.A.
JOYCE C. WAGNER
Log, Mounty, Lost and Found, Medical, Red Cross, Range
PAUL EDWARD WAGNER
DAVID F. WALKEH
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Activities Key,
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Football, Basketball, Track, Cafe-
IOHN HILL WALLACE, III
Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Band.
Football, Intramural Basketball.
CHARLES E. WANGEMAN, IR.
Homeroom OE., Football, Traffic, Orchestra.
SALLY ANN WARDEN
Attendance, Information, Library, Medical.
CRETCHEN LOUISE WARMBEIN
Lantem, Library, Medical, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
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D WILLIAM A. WARNES
Homeroom OE., Log, Cross Country, I. V. Track, Hi-Y, Blue
IOHN A. WATTERS, IR.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Chemistry Sq., Band.
CARY N. WEISIGER
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Cross Country, Track, Intramural
ROBERT K. WEITZEL 1 Q
Cafeteria, TralBc, HifY. 0 ll 6 F gZe O I rj
IUDY JANE WELCH Msg 0 F f .h
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BARBARA WETZEL -I 1 - J- wi!! nes Qp
Mounty. Red Cross, G.A.A. fa A P KL
RICHARD E. WHITE ' '7 fi qc ffl .
Football, Rifle, Intramural Basketball
IOANNE ELIZABETH WIELAND
Lantern, Attendance, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
MARILYN ANNE WILEY
Lantem, Homeroom OE., Library, Y-Teens.
DOROTHY ANN WILLIAMS
Lantem, Log, Homeroom Off., Attendance, Bulletin Board,
Library, Medical, G.A.A.
HUG D W1 M
Nati o oc t , Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom
OE., o s n ,' ck, Track Mgr., Hi-Y, Senior
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L e , e ' Board, Y-Teens.
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A S B. WILLINGHAM, IR.
., Physics Sq., Public Address, Usher, Chorus, Devotional
3' nal Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Chemistry
Homeroom OE., Football, Basketball, Intramural Basketball.
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LEO WILSON LV , fly P1 Mb
Baseball, Basketball. f' l ,ff
THOMAS E. w1LsoN ya? M O
Intramural Basketball, V. Football, afeteriygypl 'W
Intramural Basketball, Baseball. '
NANCY CAROLYNE WOOD
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Lantern, Bulletin Board, Library,
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Senior Play, Program Planning Comm.
LAWRENCE L. WOODRICK .
M. LOIS WOOLMAN
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, G.A.A., Medical, Y-Teens,
CAROL E. WRIGHT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Band.
NEIL E. YARI-IOUSE
ROWLAND A. YEO
NANCY HELEN YOUNG
GEORGE ALBIN YUHASZ
JACQUELINE L. ZABOWSKI
Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A
RICHARD I. ZELLERS
CAROLE JEAN ZUEHLKE
seeial hutteitlies and
The class of '57 after another year at
Mt. Lebanon High School was still a
study in contrasts. One found either so-
cial butterflies or mental giants. Occa-
sionally there was that rare creature
who combined the talents of both
The class boasted a few world trav-
elers, several football stars, a potential
Einstein, a future Hemingway, a new
Cleopatra, and a Brando that would
make even Marlon sit up.
At the year's end the class of contrasts
looked forward to making "their year"
the most unique of all.
11-1 MISS SMITH
FRONT ROW: Sue Williams, Mary
Price, Judie Lewis, Tom Leib, Linda
Hofmann, Ron Weis, Paula Fry, Jane
Easton, Judy Gebhardt. ROW 2:
Tom McCrory, Jim Douglass, Chris-
tine Balach, Karen Benz, Peggy
Triggs, Kitty McKee, Sallie Parry,
Maureen Malone, jim Husk, Bob
Trocano. BACK ROW: Jim Mc-
Michael, Mike McLaughlin, George
Wilson, Bill Malarkey, David Doe,
Bill Davidson, Wilson Holes, Tom
11-3 MISS BECK
FRONT ROW: Lois Lachman, Con-
nie Beinhauer, Iamee Francis, john
Rowe, Virginia Powell, Chuck Rein-
hold Barbara Tischler, Elvira Gerace,
Mume Ridlon. ROW 2: Richard
Stone, Carol Lawrence, Janet Mc-
Grath, Barbara Maxson, Judy VVhaley,
Ioan McKeen, Nancy Meider, Ioanne
Beitler, joe Hickman. BACK ROW:
Richard Heineman, Dick jenny, Pat
Phelan, Dave Reed, Gilbert Valter,
Norman Manzione, Jack Krause, Pete
Faville, Iohn Zywan.
11-2 MR. WHIPKEY
FRONT ROW: Marlene Paganelli,
jean Johnston, Leila Moore, Carole
Simms, Cindy Hammond, Cindy Mc-
Knight, Io Walter, Pat Curran, Sue
Voigt. ROW 2: Ron Bumer, Dave
Moss, Jean King, Nancy Archer, Bar-
bara Trackett jane Starkey, Carol
Milhiser, Linda Lucot, Roger Mal-
lory, Sam Bowman. BACK ROW:
Dick Demaret, Bob Godwin, Dave
Winslow, Jim McCalmont, Brian
Bauknight, Art Hedgren, Al Babb,
Dick Cenedella, Don Geisler, Peter
11-4 MISS GROVE
FRONT ROW: Sandra Miller Het-
tie Albo, Lynne Perlman, Don lJavis,
Sandy Bokan, Sandy Dempsey, Jane
McGinnis, Linda Gorges, Gail Will-
iams. ROW 2: John Arth, Carol Ram-
stead, Barbara Smith, Patti Grego ,
Arlene Berk, Sonja Kemejuk, Padla
Phelps, Don Smith. BACK ROW:
Bob Reitz, Malcolm Dowling, Eddie
Robison, Bill Snyder, Dave McDon-
ald, George Marshall, Joel Heitmeier.
11-5 MISS ELLIOTT
FRONT ROW: Alice Evans, Phyllis
Goodwin, Maria Liadis, lim Lawler,
incl: Garlitz, lim Kules, Nancie
eech, Joyce Ohliger, Priscilla Del-
ach. ROW 2: Jane Wian, Wilhelmina
Warden, Ioan Breining, Helen Gil-
bert, Jane Wurster, Suzanne Brown,
Sue Enright. BACK ROW: Bob Ful-
ler, Bill Smith, Chuck Zivic, john
Satigan, Dale Herrington, Franlc
eda, Mike Sinclair, Bob Bendis.
11-7 MRS. WATTERS
FRONT ROW: Judy Singer, Mar-
tha Hood, Carole Schaup, Blair
Battistini, Harriet Berlin, lerry Epps,
joan Asti, Kathy Melham, Connie
Hutchins. ROW 2: John Ross, Dave
Ankrom, Marcia Mandell, Margie
Hill. Wendy Gilbert, Barbara Moel-
ler Carolyn Mihm, Nancy Krueger,
Rachel Murdoch, Richard O'Brren,
Richard Volkwein. BACK ROW:
Bob Malone, Tom Dumm, Claude
Rhen, Karl Wentzel, Bill Fronek,
jack Emmerling, Bob Montgomery,
Joel Davidson, Wesley McAllister.
ll-6 MR. DOAK
FRONT ROW: Ioan Atchison, Ann
Hart, Darlene Magellan, Doug Fuss,
Denise Fife, Ioe Evans. Nancy Con-
nor, Becky Cole, Geraldine Grosso.
ROW 2: Irvine Cochran. Garrv Con-
nors, Linda Sutherland, Charlotte
Hering, Nancy Fink. Bette Morris,
Dorothy Taggart, Bob Mascaro, Har-
ry Ballman. BACK ROW: Tom Al-
bertson, Gary Fitzgerald, Tom Ar-
nold, Dave Fitzgerald, Marshall
Drake, Bill Goebel, Norm Greene.
11-9 DR. DENBOW
FRONT ROW: Carol Sweeny, Myr-
na Souch, Rita Cummins, Mary Lou
Pyle, Dan Haller, Mary Jo Temmel,
Bonnie Richards, Kay Carson,
Claudia Stroyd. ROW 2: Janet Ac-
kenheil, Linda Hanly, Kay Morton,
Mimi Hammer, Pat McDonald, Mary
Ellen McElroy, Dottie Gilliland, An-
drea Joseph, Carole Baxter. BACK
ROW: Bob Davey, Bruce Callahan,
Jack Karcher, Dick Anderson, Ted
Brunn, John Mayer, Bill Brashares,
Bob Lane, Paul Martin, Don Kimes.
11-8 MISS WHINNIE
FRONT ROW: Jayne Miller, Bar-
bara Krasinski, Sandra Magan, Ed
Hartman, Ann Koblish, Eric Wal-
gren, Peggy Drew, Gayle Hoffman,
Helene Estel. BOW 2: David Kre-
del, Clark Blaise, Serena Pendle-
ton, Linda Murray, Donna Bucking-
ham, Betsy Slagle, Gail Berghoff,
Emily Geeseman, Robert Carnahan,
Bob Knecht. BACK ROW: Keith
Damon, Joseph Meyers, John Wal-
ton, Charles Dunker, Don Nicholson,
William Roscoe, Leif Mollo, William
Allen, Dick,Beck, Richard Stover,
Richard Emerick, Bruce Godwin.
11-10 MISS ROEGGE
FRONT ROW: Patty Hays, Jane
Collins, Sandie Rambo, Meg Holtz,
Mary Claire Fitch, Sanford Vedder,-
Louise Franco, Jeanette Sarandos,
Priscilla Herrmann. ROW 2: Mur-
ray Davis, Bonnie Walker, Carol
Stevenson, Pat Cowan, Bonnie Mc-
Kee, Louann Daugherty, Mary Lou
Molnar, Bette Almasy, Roger Peters.
BACK ROW: Jim Reynolds, Bob
Wright, Tom Robinson, Bob Long,
Dave Bumham, Sid Forbes, Steve
Sutton, Sam Spagnolo.
11-11 MR. LAMPRINAKOS
FRONT ROW: judy Risdon, Max'-
garet Brown, Corky Guy, Alan Ren-
ton, Judy Wright, Dave Zeph, Caro-
line Topliff, Virginia Dick, Mary
Ellen Kennedy. 'ROW 2: Bill Cat-
roll, Bob Guthxidge, Don Breier, Iu-
die Green, Al DiSalvio, Ray Bon-
well, Herb Donaghy. BACK ROW:
Lee Shrum, Iack Weaver, Frank Ma-
on., 'l'ed Beumm, Butch Truesdali.
11-12 MR. KLINE
FRONT ROW: Linda Vaughn, Sher-
rin Marshall, Carol Stabile, Gary
Tuxnquist, ,Pean Greenberg, Dennis
Kasun, Betty Swearingen, 1-'at Rob-
ertson, Mary Lou Deeley. ROW 2:
Jim Stemple, Dick Hoskin, Dave
Owens, Bonnie Wilson, Ianet Holz-
hauser, Carol Messing, Dick Bab-
cock, Bob Johnson, Dave Miller.
BACK ROW: Keith Kerry, Chuck
McGervey, Jim Ohleger, Dick Gib-
bons, Bob Smith, Tom Cusick, Bill
Curnow, Paul Sparrow, Doug Ray-
11-13 MR. BECKERT
FRONT ROW: Jody Beachler, Lin-
nie Lou Steiner, Audrey Melman,
john Connelly, Pat Linn, Bob Ed-
wards, Marian Elbome, Barbara Gom-
ber, Donna Eckfeld. ROW 2: Henry
Ablauf, lim Inderwish, Ewing Moore,
Norman Leitholf, Karen Anderson,
Ray Goodrich, Dennis Maloney, Dave
Sutter, Elmar Roscoe. BACK ROW:
john Prezioso, Dick Braken, Nor-
man Opferman. Dick Miller, Frank
Muns, Carl Hjerpstedt, Steve Delach,
11-15 MISS SKERIOTIS
FRONT ROW: Sandy Hervet, Cathy
Lynch, Valerie Snee, janet Powers,
Nancy Karkalla, Sylvia Mulling, June
Phillips, Carole Neville, Lynn
Hodges. ROW 2: ,Iohn Van Vorst,
Pete Nease, Phil DuFresne, Dick
Dent, Norma Schoen, john Brunk,
John Frame, Edward Depp, Warren
Saunders. BACK ROW: Louis Lun-
ardini, Jim Anderson, Victor Hill,
Fred Myers, Ray Pierson, Rusty
Tournay, Jim Mack.
11-14 MISS HESLEP
FRONT ROW: Rita Crahen, Sha-
ron Wagner, Barbara Goetz, Lillian
Wolfrum, Roger Swigart, Janice
Paulsen, Pat Lynn, Gail Ahlers,
Alice Wilhelms.. ROW 2: Iim
Arth, Sandi Tauberg, Nell Garrison,
Rhoda Hickman, Peggy Galey, Su-
zanne Pardini, Dorian Lester, Lin-
da Weir, Iudy Cope, Frank Doerz-
bacher. BACK ROW: Bob Holmes,
Don Brodie, jim ,Poellot, Howard
Katzrnanudaclc Erler, Fred Seamans,
Tom Bra ey, jim Hixson, Erich
Msredig, Martin Sisk, Ted Best.
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11-16 MR. PAGNANELLI
FRONT ROW: Karen Collins, Beth
Wright, Bemadette Visocky, Mike
McMahon, Patsy Rohm, Dick Lioon,
Mary Anne Trecki, Gretchen Dicker-
son, Judy Blatt. ROW 2: Kay Den-
gler, Iudy Pletcher, Carolyn Davies,
IoEllen Marks, Pat Kessler, Janice
Meinen, Sheila Mulvihill, June Asti,
Joan Jackson, Rhonda McAfoos.
BACK ROW: Iohn Tumbull, Rich-
ard Christ, Gene Beedle, Bob Scott,
Ioe Curran, Glenn Barton, John Zim-
merman, David Holmes, George Ro-
beck, Herman Kreuzer.
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10-1 MRS. DAVIS
FRONT HOW: Nancy Fry, Gretchen
Smith, Lois Martin, Lynne Speck-
hals, Gary Henderson, Jean Ray, Ju-
dy Fisher, Sharon Driskell, Judy
Robinson, Connie Curtin. ROW 2:
Dave Hamill, Bob Mahoney, Daryl
Geisinger, Carol MacDonald, Sue
Gullion, Nancy Reed, Barbara
Swartzwelder, Irene Vogel, Martha
Bosworth, Ellen Folan, Dick John-
ston, Thomas Miller. BACK ROW:
Robert McCrory, John Myers, Bob
Kidner, Ken Thompson, Bill Missel,
Don Ritenour, George Schein, Tom
Topener, Bob Stocker, Bill Hofrich-
ter, Ralph Nehrig.
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Having celebrated a glorious "9-A"
day as "big wheelsv at Mellon, the soph-
omores were thoroughly convinced that
their entrance into Mt. Lebanon's Senior
High would be a grand and triumphant
spectacle. The conservatives were not
so easily convinced, however, and much
of the early life of Mt. Lebanon's soph-
mores was spent in attempts to prove
their mental, social, and physical prow-
Soon, however, they settled into a
more normal pattern and were quietly
assimilated into high school life.
At the year's end sophomores began
to look longingly at a new year when
they would sit as judges of a new crop
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10-2 MR. GOODWIN
FRONT ROW: Judy Hoener, Ella
Wilson, Sally Coltman, Stella Huls
berg, Doug Naismith, Anne Potter
John Mintun, Nancy Headley, Prissy
Booth, Jane Trevaskis. ROW 2: John
Henthome, Russell Lachman, Sandra
Lamont, Norma Blackbum, Judy
Pastre, Marilyn Briant, Jill Galbraith
Donna Francis, Joan Amdt, Bill Da
vison, Jim Higgins. BACK ROW
Norman Sterling, Bill Lynch, Dave
Campbell, Jim St. Clair, Bob Al
bright, Dave Brownlee, Tim Parsons
Burt Cohn, John Muncaster, Jim
I0-3 DR. BROMBERICK
Don Bock, Al Hammond, Dave Trie
ger, Jim Strader, Todd Elliott.
10-4 MR. MEHNER
FRONT ROW: Arlene Bryan, Vir
ginia Walker, Sandy Thomton, Steve
Magoon, Estelle Buchheit, Tom Ric-
ca, Donna Thomas, Diane Schafer,
Judy Flinn. ROW 2: Carol Wilson,
Jane Langreth, Barbara Watson, Mar-
jorie Humeston, Sue Wetmore, Suz-
anne Heritage, Suellen Davis,
Blanche Cartwright, Rosemary Thur-
ansky, Jean Brant. BACK ROW:
Lee Purnell, Dave Swisher, Russ
Jordan, Mike Nicholson, Roger Wieg-
man Robert Budav' h All
, IC , an Hughes,
Iv-ilerb Christman, Carl Moslener, Mike
ames, Calvin Hoememan, Nick
Atria, Tom Brown.
10-5 MR. CLARK
FRONT ROW: Susan Slack, Jean
Lingham, Linda Mclntire, Carolyn
Trautman, Alison Young, Bonnie
Mancini, Judy Japp, Nancy Modery.
Sandy Wilsman. ROW 2: Russell
Thompson, John Fleming, Joanne
Luxbacher, Gloria Camien, Linda
Greenberg, Nola Carroll, Janice Han-
ley, Marilynn Klostermeyer, Kathie
Ortolf, Andrew Krugh, Ken Kliving-
ton. BACK ROW: Paul Fnzzard,
Richard Perkins, Paul Wolff, Jon
Harris, Frank Wadsworth, Dick Mil-
ler, Jan Szafanski, Harrv Loew, Jer-
ry Cooper, Jon Warmbein, Ronald
Dometta, Ford Kimmel.
T ROW: Paula Hutchinson
Margaret Bowser, Lynn Dambach
Joan Hall, Marilyn Masterson, Carol
Nobel, Judie Jesteadt, Sue Langreth
Eleanor Henry, Carol Thompson
ROW 2: Jim Polachek, Bill Short
reed, Janice Bistricky, Jean Astbury
Ann Snee, Scott Redding, Dick An
derson. BACK ROW: Ray Comfort
10-7 MR. JONES
FRONT ROW: Judy Mayer, Bev-
erly Spencer, Judy Geyer, Mary
Jane Mordash, Gretchen Taylor, Pat
Negele, Kay Matthews, Joan Mait-
land, Sue Kennedy. ROW 2: John
Menner, Mac Harper, Virginia Hen-
dricks, Nancy Madson, Judy Shaf-
fer, Jo Larkins, Susan Dodson, Don-
na Jones, John Conomos, Bob Beck-
er. BACK ROW: Dave Bryce, Bob
Sullivan, Mike Higgins, Dick Ebert,
Jack Astbury, Wayne Larabee, Tom
Traynor, Jim Campbell, Bemie
Paube, Dennis Kraber, Ed Beach-
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10-6 MISS THORPE
FRONT ROW: Emily Gleysteen. Sue
Martz, Claudia Grant, Ricnard Kniss,
Pat Tichenor, Dave Downie, Arlene
Holland, Judy Bayer, Peggy Sanders.
ROW 2: Mike Clark, Fred Feld-
meier, Pat Stewart, Mona Thomp-
son, Suzanne Bauman, Jackie Moel-
ler, Carol Barson, Pat Fisher, Suz-
anne Harper, Tom Wasson. Ken
Ross. BACK ROW: Kurt Ramsey,
Richard Barker, Herb Rentler, An-
thony Prezioso, Rick Warnke. John
Krugh, Melvin Descamp, Bob Ro-
denhaugh, Jim Giuliani, Bill Law-
10-8 MISS ELMS
FRONT ROW: Beverly Henry, Bon-
nie Buerkle, Myrna Mandell, Jane
Smith, Dan Lee, Susan Deetjen, Suz-
anne Dana, Mary Mitchell, Alice
Ann Myers. ROW 2: Dan Murphy,
Dick Carroll, JoAnn Vedder, Carol
Martin, Jean Kreh, Lean Gira, Cindy
Obey, Susan Her , Helen Hull,
Gloria Prirnonato, June Ohleger, Tom
Lasko, John Bevacqua. BACK ROW:
Larry Holt, Jim Crandall, Jack Far-
rell, Bob Hunter, Roger Phillips
Dick Gopel, Don Huenefeld, Carl
Greer, Frank Northrup, Otis Kelly,
10-9 MRS. RINNE
FRONT ROW: Linda Livengood
n, Carol Vogel,
Douglas Wal re
g n, Judy McKibben
Paul Sica S
, andra Faircloth Jac-
queline A l
nge, Rosemary LaManna.
ROW 2: Tom Livengood, Pat Cham-
pion, Nancy Brown, Kay Mulach,
Sonja Yamshon, Betty McClay, Carol
Franke, Pat Wolff, Martha Manley,
Joyce Cunningham, Ruth Ann Crich-
ey, Jay Land. BACK ROW: George
McKee, Regis Karch, Richard Sne-
berger, Peter Kalberkamp, Edward
Rieg, Noel Holshouser, Victor Fredi-
ani, Bruce Menke, John Busse, Fran-
cis Sgro, Robert Wilhelm.
10-10 MISS SHAVER
FRONT ROW: Margie Haynos, Con-
nie Stermer, Linda Fithian, Jo Mit-
chell, Larry Taylor, Helene Sam-
rick, Marianne Gelbert, Pat Adams,
Dolores Sabrese. ROW 2: James
MacDonald, Gary Glass, Barbara Al-
pem, Becky Stone, Marty Anderson,
Betty Hice, Gerrianna Fife, Pat Cun-
nin ham, Linda Conaway, Glenn
Roi, Jim Layton. BACK ROW:
Chuck Heagy, Jeffry Weiss, Gordon
Dunlop, Anthony Podobnik, Peter
Peckham, Chris Petty, Pete Hoehler,
Gus Oakley J h
, 0 n Sowa, Fax Rector,
John Mitchell, Jonathan App.
10-11 MISS RIGHTMIRE
FRONT ROW: Betty Briggs, Mary
fo Krause, Myma Karcis, John Hal-
er, Kathy Leis, George Cain, Jane
Moran, Myra Jared, Pe gy Falke.
ROW 2: Clinton Hodder, Betsy
Shoop, Sally McSteen, Linda Mac-
Lean, Nancy Pearson, Ann Boggs,
Judy Young, Penny Weise, Pat Da-
tum, Mary Williams, Linda Blan-
quart, Bill Meider. BACK ROW:
Dick Ballon, Jim McCue, Chuck
Mueller, Joe Milun, Bob Reinstadtler,
Geoffrey Kaercher, David Dozer,
Philip Rohm, Bill Fisher, Tom Loh-
rentz, Jeff White, Dan Davidson,
10-13 MISS MANNING
FRONT ROW: Sally Miller, Mari-
lyn Simms, Mary Alice Scnrlock,
Larry Thompson, Martv Mnlliken.
Toby Muros, Nan Lukens. Tanet Ma-
rasco, Ioan Burnham. ROW 2: lan
Burkett, Dorothy Haley, Susie Da-
vis, Georgia Brodine, Ann Furlonq,
Gail Galloway, Gene Sedlachek,
Edith Knipe, Dan Elam. BACK
ROW: Jim Forrester, Dave Martin.
Roy Roscoe. Charles Dorwarf. Bill
Bashforth, Dave Robinson, Charles
Borgerdinq, Bob Wray, Wade Algeo,
10-12 MISS NESBITT
FRONT ROW: Beth Sutherland,
Ianet Jones, Adrianne Kemejuk, Den-
nis Hudson, janet Smith, jay Mer-
ing, JoAnn McKay, Ginny Butter-
worth, Pam Petennan. ROW 2: Dick
Iustiss, Ioan Walker, Elaine Davi-
son, Susan King, Laura Rovezno,
Melinda' Smith, Barbara Sites, Bar-
bara Elliott, Audrey Thompson,
Frank Mooney. BACK ROW: Dick
Gunning, Bob Clarke, Dick Mounts,
Stephen Crouch, Allan Herbig, Bob
Scliffet, Al Iones, John Airhart, Ron
Schmude, Bill Holohan.
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16151 T ROW: Pat Moroney, Vir-
ginia Cole, Patty Price, Suzann Wat-
son, Jim Lovett, Paula Killen, Marny
McMillen, Nancy Taylor. Evelyn
Banta. ROW 2: Bill Fitzgerald, Ioxhn
Benn, Gail Bennett, Kathy Hopper,
Nancy Parker, Olivia Hartwig, Doro-
Bracci, Sally Simpson, Steve Kauf-
thy Rodecker, Donna Ridinger, Lucy
man, Ned Garnhart. BACK ROW: Ed
Becker, Iohn Meury, Dave Gent,
Leigh Shields, joe Calmes, George
Thompson, Bob Peirce, Lee Foltz,
Ted Shepler, Ed Zimsky, Gary Blod-
10-15 MISS HUBACHER
FRONT ROW: Peg Klingensmith,
Marty Talcott, Kathy Lynott, Gus
Chelquist, lack Henderson, Sue
Bletzinger, Irene Schietinger, Nancy
Desport, Virginia Mullin. ROW 2:
Bob Freeman, Alyce Romary, Lynne
Nolte, Ann Friend, Marlene Oswick,
Diana Gibbs, Ann Thompson, Bar-
bara Vorndran, Mary Jane Dillon,
Bruce Stittsworth. BACK ROW:
Dean Duty, Bob Fausnaught, lim
Nolen, Dick Walker, Rudy Hoover,
Ken Friske, Barry Heath, Duncan
Brown, Paul O'Connor, Earl Smith,
Arthur Low, Sam Chiodo, Terry
10-16 MISS EVANS
'RONT ROW: Beverly Brown, Pol-
' Bowser, Nancy Lesker, Clarence
enshaw, Sue Lightner, Iohn Kelly,
,ois Mueller, Teresa Battaglia, Bar-
ra Schaefer. ROW 2: David
eagher, Janet Buck, Allene Mur-
ey, Jerrine Ehlers, Jane Durner,
amille Siple, Linda Whitehouse,
larie Cicco, Grace Plant, Jack
fouser. BACK ROW: Albert Fra-
er, Andy Krugh, Jim Neill, Morris
ier, Wendell Steigerwald, Sam
ott, Fred Humphrey, Vernon Fon-
ine, Roger Dolanch, Tom Pollok,
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9-1 MR. FELICH
FRONT ROW: Ian Finkel, Susan
Coulter, Lynne Devine, Ricki Hud-
son, Penny Ferguson, Bill Marshall,
Sharon Rubenstein, Fontaine Dean,
Vicki Anderson, Anna Marie Cian-
ciosi, Harry Fleck. ROW 2: Mike
Moss, Larry Elbome, Betty Oakes,
Beverly Burner, Paula Miller, Flor-
ence Williams, Miriam Kelly, Marcie
Smith, Nancy Clever, IoAnn Cibrone,
James Conley. BACK ROW: james
Price, Carl Schoen, Vince Corrigan,
Tom Marshall, jerry Wiget, Iohn
Conner, Mike Kritscher, Chet Bach-
man, Ioe Ott, Dale Vitte, Robert
Freiland, Donald Friend.
T. S. Eliot wouldn't like the reversal,
but it's true. Robbed of the oppor-
tunity of being the "Mighty Men of Mel-
lon," the ninth grade came bent on ven-
geance. Unaccustomed to the method
of less supervision but more self-control,
they giggled in the library, ran in the
halls, and were late for classes. Some
found their way to Student Court. But
there was the positive side, too. Many
distinguished themselves scholastically
and in sports. At the year's end they
were ready to be sophisticated sopho-
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9-2 MR. WALKER
FRONT ROW: Lana Mayberry,
Warren Riles, Bob Davidson, Bill
Swearingen, Ron Simon, Cale Law-
rence, Don Dewees, Susie Curran,
Allan Schenck, Peggy Reynolds.
r ROW 2: Beth Schafer, Judy Cira,
Debbie Smith, Sue Engel, Rena Mc-
Ginnis, Virginia Krut, Susan Rucker,
Diana Cole, Nancy Bamhart, Vir-
ginia Schroeder, Pat Pukanic, Mau-
reen Reynolds, Susan Berg. BACK
ROW: Steve Bender, Bill Plummer,
Iohn Bowles, Bob Seymour, Robert-
Bollinger, Forrest Niemi, Henry
Luedy, Francis Routh, John Plant.
9-3 MRS. CLARK
FRONT ROW: Kathleen Allen, Hu-
dith Petersen, Vanita Bauknight, P il
Gottschall, Sandra Williams, James
Barrick, Linda Lane, Susan Roberts,
Pat Board, Maggie Conomos. ROW
2: Todd Leutholt, Vivien Battaglia,
Nancy Maxson, Grace Battaglia, Bon-
nie Beinhauer, Judy Roesmeier, Nan-
cy Holl, Donna Houser, Mary De-
wees, Irene Beitler, Nancy Gehring,
Tom Stewart. BACK ROW: Alfred
Wolters, Robert Carney, R. D. Har-
lan, Don Richard, Joseph Sprankle,
Don Bradley, Mike Sandridge, Jack
Babcock, James Catalano, Howard
Breinig, Frank Cardello.
ss'a o we
9-5 MR. MOORE
FRONT ROW: Marilyn Clausen,
Faith Wotton, Mary Batten, Vera
Liverkus, Linda Poole, Paul Phene-
ger, Sylvia Winter, Faith Steverman,
Martha Robbins, Suzanne Carroll,
Pat Weaver. ROW 2: Richard Rei-
zenstein, Susan Todd, Barbara Marr,
Laraine McCeeney, Linda Fox, Dar-
leen Yeager, Suzy White, Linda San-
dridge, Katrina Grimm, Kathy Lane,
Dave Larry. BACK ROW: Edward
Glass, Ricky Cobb, Tom Baer, Rich
Maffei, Skip Crose, Jack Smith, Burt
West, Dave Perkins, Fred Ohsol,
Baymer Gorr, John Spicuzza, Joe
Manning, Bob Johnston.
9-4 MISS MAC MAIN
FRONT ROW: Sue Van Vorst, Pam
Dyer, Rita Fraser, Joan Rech, Sue
Callahan, Bob Peterson, Carole Ful-
ton, Rosemary McManus, Barbara
Streams, Carol Aston, Carolyn Benn.
ROW 2: Jane Nolan, Anne W-itman,
Sandy McEachran, Karen Christian-
sen, Maryanne Myers. Mary Lou Ma-
hon, Maureen McFadden, Ann Lew-
is, Judy Krudener, Karen Mason.
BACK ROW: John Ridlon. Robert
Booth, Dave Carroll, Ken Mc-
Donough, Dick Seamans, Dave Bean,
Tom S erk, Bill Walker, Frank Co-
iio, Ludwig Treupel, Vince McKin-
at is fi
9-8 MR. SIMPSON
9-6 MR. TAGGART
FRONT ROW: Bonnie Raymond,
Iudy'North1up, Mary Ann O'C6n-
nor, Helen Bierwagen, Linda Knox,
Glenn Williams, Barbara Estes, Suz-
anne Norton, Suellen Hoeft, Shirley
Nehrenberg, Pat Ronca. ROW 2:
john Sefton, Paul Franklin, Linda
Clarry, Marsha Lioon, Karen Shrum,
Pat Laquinta, Pat Ward, Jane Fel-
lows, George Sirotin, Steve Sohrauer.
BACK ROW: Iohn Gerlach, Tom
Brown, Don Harbison, Ron Dobkin,
Fred Kelsey, Wally Conklin, Fred
Bailey, Bill Berghoff, Jim Manuel,
jim Kletter, Tom Fink.
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9-7 MR. TOLER
FRONT ROW: Joan Stephens, Io-
Anne Kuttler, Cheryl Fishburn, Carol
Cort, Jackie Koblish, Tom Beard-
shall, Carol Tomczyk, Kathy Young,
Ruth Lorenzato, Judy Reynolds.
ROW 2: Brad Plummer, Carl
Schwartz, Carol Kreh, Marty Hylton,
Peggy Schwartz, Lois Croco, Judy
Zionts, Pat Thompson, Madelyn
Shaw, Agnes Pastre, Bonnie Higgin-
bottom, Gere Grimm, Bruce Davison.
BACK ROW: Reggie Knapp, Dave
Ford, Carman Davis, David Stuart,
Dick Clark, Phil Albertine, john
Rhen, Steve Cunningham, Carl Hart-
man, John Roney.
FRONT ROW: Roberta Segall, Pam
Lore, Jackie Koch, Beth Breitenstein,
Paul Huelsenbeck, Lynn Beichl, Jer-
ry Negele, Nancy Hodder, Iudy Ne-
menz. ROW 2: Bob Tutt, Mary Ann
Searles, Nancy Hoffmann, Mimi
Thompson, Pat Heastan, Beverly
Wood, Donna Yeo, Barbara Dilworth,
Delores Cabrenas, Ann jones, Tom
Eckersley. BACK ROW: Dick Bol-
linger, Maine Peace, Steve Satler,
Denny Phillips, Richard Herndon,
Roger Lory, Bill Carman, John Flet-
cher, Ted Runger, Stuart Rudick,
Bill Anderson, Bob Esposito.
9-9 MISS NICOSON
FRONT ROW: Nancy Taylor, Sue
Brubaker, Marty Emerick, Carol
Overend, Clay McClellan, Bob Coo,
Dale McFeaters, Penelope Place,
Lynne Archbold, Lenke Vietorisz.
ROW 2: Patty Young, Sandra Co-
vell, Susan Grant, Suzanne Sallee,
Barbara Grummer, Carol Schue-
mann, Judy Button, Susan Robert-
son, Carol Beeby, Jean Scott, Katha-
ryn Mayes, Mary Healey. BACK
ROW: Emil Schoedel, Charles Pee-
lor, Ed Zehfuss, Dick Reed, Dave
Stark, Bob McCulla, jim Ekedahl,
Bill Palmer, Ernie Carlson, William
9-11 MRS. KILLEN
FRONT ROW: Peggy Bowers, Sally
Rickert, Cynthia Norris, Elizabeth
Kraier, Sherry Brown, Douglas Clay-
Ecol, Donna Freeman, Nancy Sher-
ondy, Dot Fitch, Toni Deaton,
Mary Stilli. ROW 2: Ray Ander-
son, Robert Groves, Dick Schwarz,
Becky Myton, Carol Thoma, Margie
McElray, Betty Ann Cutcliff, joan
Stein, Mary Lou Reed, John Magof-
fin, David Albus, Bill Martin. BACK
ROW: Frank DeVilling, Paul Ree-
bel, Carl Wames, Ronny Unger, Bob
Bell, Edwin Gales. Bill Sterner, Bill
Hunt, Bob Maslyk, lim Miskevics,
9-10 MISS BULCER
FRONT ROW: Nancy Sander, Ioan
Moran, Linda Roskam, Bonnie
Knight, Anne Irwin, Dennis Sander,
Patty Crivella, Cerri Demaret, Sue
Groff, Sharon Heitmeier, Linda Schu-
gar. ROW 2: Diane Cortez, Virginia
Davis, Sydney Galloway, Ioy Wertz,
Carol Claypool, Joanne Hogg, Toni
Brashares, Jean Dingman. BACK
ROW: jack Moran, Bob Maxwell,
Franklin Snyder, jack Linderman,
Cordon Knapp, Lee Owens, Bill
Rehm, lim Nalitz, Bill Sickels, Bill
Muros, Fred Carpenter.
9-14 MR. BATCHELOR
9-12 MR. DAMBACH
FRONT ROW: Judy Reynolds,
Elaine Schneider, Mary Weisiger,
Adele Kaercher, Barbara Watchorn,
Sue Beidler, Judy Seidel, Paula Luttig,
Mary Soriano, Nancy Wilder, jo Hart.
ROW 2: Tom Jordan, jim McDonald,
Marie Sellger, Holly Wiehn, Ianet
Davies, Janis Maddox, Roberta Iohns-
ton, Pat Wurster, Delby Ceeseman,
Pat Wensel, Tom Lyons, David Blum-
feldt. BACK ROW: David Renton,
Bob Moore, David Ross, Bill Tranter,
Clarence Hoener, Robert Schaefers,
Bob Koerbel, Roy Envall, Dick Mar-
shall,. Bill McCorkle, Dan Driscoll,
FRONT ROW: Mary Church, Valerie
Anderson, Jean Landefeld, Janet
Tuttle, Bob Sullivan, Gwynne Wil-
liams, Cathie Streine, Nancy Mc-
Cleary, Hazel Grabe, Terry Shaffer.
ROW 2: Dario Castelli, joseph Ca-
taio, Toni LaManna, Helen Beaver,
Bea Favinger, Margie Brown, Carol
Irwin, Barbara Jones, Louise Liebler,
Ann Stevenson, Carol Clark, Donna
Peters, Michael Dunham, Graham
Weaver. BACK ROW: Dave Paulsen,
Tim Clennan, Stew I-Iehnig, john
Gregg, Richard Rosenblatt, George
Robinson, Bud Vogel, Dick Foster,
Lee Wells, Dave Barone, Don Mon-
9 13 MR PETERSON
FRONT ROW: Diane Giordano Nan
Sisk, Sue Engel, Barbara Hammel,
DeLaura Chappell, Sue Carroll, Sue
Gibson, Rita Giegerich. Peggy Mus-
selman, Annette Galluze, Carolyn
Moore. ROW 2: Ronald Nieman,
Audrey Gabig, Gail Grant, Alice
Morton, Gretchen Huester, Beverly
Grant, Barbara Tussey, Moyer Rich-
ards, Cynthia Price, Lois Asti, David
Hughes. BACK ROW: Bob Peace,
Bob Taylor, Pete Field, Walter Ols-
zewski, David Raines, Charlie Whar-
ton, Harry Pfendler, Dave Palcho,
Bill Vensel, Skip Livingston, George
Benson, Pete Nicholson.
IUNIORS MISSING FROM
FRONT ROW: Pat Buttignoli, 11-25
Dave Moskowitz, 11-105 Ginny Ac-
cetta, 11-25 jim Nelson, 11-6: Linda
Miller, 11-6. BACK ROW: Richard
Wolf, 11-165 Carol Bohn. 11-25 Corny
Leitholf, 11-155 jeff Stokes, 11-6.
FRESHMEN MISSING FROM
FRONT ROW: Beth Loughren, 9-2
Mary Calhoun, 9-85 Margie Hilsingerl
9-85 Robin Miller, 9-3. BACK HOW:
Nancy Abraham, 9-115 Wendy Tur-
ner, 9-85 Vera Leverkus, 9-5.
SOPHOMORES MISSING FROM
FRONT ROW: Edith Young, 10-25
Charlotte McMillen, 10-35 Chris Von
Stocker, 10-25 Diane Davies, 10-25
Nancy Hoover, 10-45 Nancy Cooke.
10-165 Ardith Maurholf, 10-3. BACK
ROW: Don Moore, 10-165 Bill Smith,
10-65 Philip Bumpus, 10-125 Dave
Ward, 10-165 David Joseph, 10-35
Tom Keeling, 10-105 John Back, 10-65
Richard Dufner, 10-25 Bill McClure.
10-125 Robert Keim, 10-6.
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Our athletic program offers a variety of benefits
to the students of Mt. Lebanon High School. Strength-
ening the muscles, building co-ordination, and improv-
ing skills are the physical benefits of sports. The boys
on the football team trained their bodies and minds
intensely for the football season. Through concentrat-
ed practice, the rifle team learned how to pinpoint their
shots. However, athletic activities are not purely
body-building functions. Strengthening the mind is
also important. Football formations must be memo-
rized and basketball relays must be concentrated upon.
More important than all other benefits is the effect
which sports has upon the building of character. The
basketball team learned the value of playing "clean."
The football team learned to accept the sweetness of
victory time and time again, only to meet the bitter-
ness of defeat in the W. P. I. A. L. game. The boys on
the field are not the only ones who profit from such
an experience. The spectators-students and parents
alike-acquire the qualities of good sportsmanship
through suffering defeat and accepting their loss with
"You Blue Devils, fight, fight, fightf' VVith
these words the cheerleaders spurred our foot-
ball team to victory after victory. "Locomo-
tive" kept the crowd alive at basketball games,
our pep rallies were indeed a grandstand roar.
With megaphones waving, they yelled their
loudest and "all for Mt. Lebanon stood up and
Can we ever forget how our varsity cheer-
leaders, Nancy, Jane, Betty, Kit, Carol, Ginger,
Donna, and Judy jumped to count the score at
ffootball games, or the way they cheered at the
Those girls deserve a "long ray" not only for
their bolstering of school spirit but also for
their winning of the district cheerleader trophy,
By racking up a victory for themselves, this
year's varsity cheerleaders proved how truly
outstanding they were. Their trophy, the result
of long hours of perfecting old cheers and de-
veloping new ones, is proudly displayed in the
case -as the first ever to be won by the girls
of our school.
Not to be outdone, the I. V. cheerleaders were
always on the field cheering their loudest at
football games or on the floor yelling for the
I. V. basketball team. Nan, Becky, Ann, Susie,
Bonnie, Ann, and Lynn did a great job ot tell-
ing everyone that their "team was on the
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The 1955 edition of the Mt. Lebanon team
was runner-up for the WPIAL AA Champion-
ship with an over-all record of 8-1.
After an opening exhibition loss to Home-
stead, the Mounties, under Coaches Fife, Stan-
ish, and Lamprinakos, gave warning of things
to come as they trounced Perry 69-0 thus set-
ting a new school scoring record. Following
another exhibition win over South Hills, the
Blue Devils inaugurated a stiff AA season by
whipping Penn 20-12. The succeeding week
they dropped a strong Washington team from
contention. In their next two tilts, the Mount-
ies showed that thev could come from behind
by beating Vllilkinsburg and Uniontown. The
Blue Devils warmed up for the finale with West
View by whipping Baldwin 34-12. The next
week the Mounties wound up their regular sea-
son by crushing West View 31-13, dropping the
heretofore unbeaten Indians from contention.
Two weeks later, the Blue Devils traveled to
Pitt Stadium to play Aliquippa for the AA cham-
pionship. Although more than 13 point under-
dogs, the Mounties outplayed their opponents
for 3 quarters, leading 13-0 with but 7 minutes
remaining. A desperation passing attack proved
too much for the valiant Mount defenders, as
they went down to defeat 14-13.
Senior players who sparked this great Mt.
Lebanon aggregation were backs: Kraft, La-
Rue, Kaiser, Hanchey, Fitzgerald, Walsh, and
LaMotta. Senior linemen were Walker, Ken-
ning, Corbett, Kopcsak, Patterson, Albright, Kel-
leher, Shanklin, Squiller, White, Capt. Hartvvig,
Donahue, Wangeman, Graham, Beery, and Les-
Some of the juniors who saw much action
were Dempsey, Miller, Mayer, Reitz, Bracken,
Dumm, Cusick, Hjerpstedt, Malarkey, and Mas-
Individual players who gained recognition
were Walker, Shanklin, and Kraft, all being
named to the first string all-WPIAL team, and
LaRue, honorable mention, all-WPIAL. Two
of these, Walker and Shanklin, were named on
the all-State team.
Some of the many highlights of the '55' seas-
on were the running of the self-styled "dream
backfieldn, Dempsey, Kraft, LaRue and Miller,
the all-around lineplay of Walker, Shanklin, and
Kelleher, the great team spirit and will to win
shown by all the boys.
Mt. L. 14 ................................. .................. ..................... H o mestead 20
Mt. L. 69 ........ ..................... P erry 0
Mt. L. 27 .......... ....... S outh Hills 13
Mt. L. 20 ........... .................. .. .......... P enn 12
Mt. L. 12 ........... ............ W ashington 7
Mt. L. 26 ........... ............ W ilkinsburg 20
Mt. L. 14 .......... ........ U niontown, 6
Mt. L. 41 .................................................................................... Baldwin 12
Mt. L. 31 ........................................................................ VVest View 13
WPIAL CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY-OFF
Mt. L. 13 .............................................................................. Aliquippa 14
FRONT ROW: Kaiser, Fitzgerald, Walsh, Dempsey,
D. Miller, LaMotta, Reitz, Dumm, Mihm, R. Albright,
Lasko, Lester, Mascaro, Ward, Mgr. Hall. ROW 2:
Head Coach Fife, Wentzel, Malarkey, LaRue, Kraft,
Squiller, Shanklin, Brashares, Fisher, Rlien, Robison,
Rowe, McDonald, Kasun, Donahue, Corbett, Coach
Lamprinakos, Coach Stanish. BACK ROW: Hjerpstedt,
Graham, Cusick, White, Beery, Walker, Hartwig,
Hanchey, Kelleher, Kopcsak, Bracken, R. Miller, Cene-
Coaches Lamprinakos, Fife, and Stanish.
Dempsey completes another pass.
Wet grounds kept the m'm'1gers busy
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The junior varsity, under Coaches Bernhardy
and Walker, finished the season with a respect-
able 3-4-l record. This was the best record
achieved by a Mt. Lebo J. V. aggregation in
quite some time. On the whole, the I.V.'s
played heads-up ball, and should provide ex-
tremely valuable varsity material.
Our fledgling freshman team, coached by Mr.
Batchelor, finished their first season of high-
school football with a 1-3-1 record. The record
is deceiving because all of the losses were de-
cided either by a break or by small margins.
This freshman group has more potential than
any other incoming class has ever had.
FOOTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY
FRONT ROW: Livengood, Humphrey, Crandall, Hof-
richter, Davison, Loufek. ROXV 2: Rock, Opfernun,
Bevacqua, Fitzgerald, Moslener, Chiota, Karsch, Cun-
ning. ROVV 3: Coach Bernhardy, Perkins, Asbury,
Faulkner, Bashforth, Fitzgerald, Reinstadtler, Mueller,
Toperzer, Coach Walker. BACK RONV: Holshousrr,
Walton, Buclavich, Kelly, Schein, Gent, Scott.
FOOTBALL NINTH GRADE
FRONT ROVV: Kletter, Sullivan, Marshall, Sickels,
Rowles, Plant, Martin, Franklin, Dunham, Breinig. ROW'
2: Luedy, Rehm, Sherk, Driscoll, Harlan, Bean, West,
Zehfuss, Kritscher, McCorkle. ROXV 3: Gregg, Kelsey,
Smith, Vogel, Foster, Carman, Rhen, Seymour, Perkins
Sterner, Coach Batchelor. BACK ROWV: Peelor, XVells,
Phillips, Hunt, Spicuzza, McFeatters, Aitken, Crose
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Miller breaks loose for the first score in the W.P.I.A.L.
LaRue crashes over for six points.
Mud and two South Hills players
manage to stop Miller.
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Mt. Lebanon's 1955 cross country team
once more had a highly successful season.
The Mounty harriers dropped the first meet
to an outstanding Hickory team, but bounced
back to defeat Canonsburg and .Penn by
perfect scores. Central Catholic then- upset
the Mounties, who went on to beat Connells-
ville, Ambridge, New Castle, and Aliquippa,
the first two by perfect scores.
In the first big meet of the year, the Cen-
tral Catholic Invitational, Mt. Lebanon fin-
ished a close third in a field of seventeen
schools. Competing against eighteen schools
in the W. P. I.A. L., the team finished sec-
ond, high enough to send the entire squad to
State College for the P. I. A. A. Champion-
ship Meet. Cary Weisiger, voted the team's
most valuable member, placed tenth to pace
the Mounties, who finished second. Excel-
lent running by Bill Masterson, Dick Ander-
son, Iim Inderwish, Dave Moskowitz, Iohn
Van Vorst, and Bob Berwind also contrib-
uted to the success of this year's team.
The junior varsity had another good year,
dropping only their first meet to an always
rugged Central Catholic team. The I.V.'s
breezed through the remaining meets against
Ambridge, New Castle, Aliquippa, and North
Allegheny, and then went on to win the W.
P. I. A. L. IV crown. Bruce Callahan, Carl
Greer, Frank Wadsworth, Doug Naismith,
and jim Campbell, who paced the little
Mounties throughout the season, placed in
the W. P.I. A. L. Meet.
Mt. Lebanon's first five at the P.I.A.A. Meet at
State College were Inderwish, Masterson, Anderson,
Van Vorst, and Weisiger.
Mt. L. Opp.
Hickory .............. ............................. 3 2 23
Canonsburg ........ ............ 1 5 40
Penn .......................... ............. 1 5 40
Central Catholic ....... ............ 3 4 21
Connellsville .......................................... 15 40
Ambridge ................................................ 15 40
Central Catholic Meet .................. 68 54 Hickory flstl
C17 schoolsj f3rdl 62 Central Cath. f2ndJ
New Castle .................... ...... ............ 2 0 35
Aliquippa , .............. ............ 2 3 32
W.P.I.A.L. .................... ............ 5 4 50 Hickory flstl
Q19 schools? f2ndJ 84 New Castle C8rdl
P.I.A.A. ......................... .......,............... 6 7 53 Hickory flstl
f2ndJ 121 Williamsport l3rdl
CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY
FRONT ROW: Coach Toler, Warnes, Prezicso, In-
derwish, Moskowitz, Sutter, McLaughlin, Walgren,
Head Coach Mollenauer. BACK ROW: Mgr. Pinkus,
Henderson, Williams, Masterson, Berwind, Weisiger,
Anderson, Van Vorst, Mgr. Marshall.
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TOP ROW: Masterson, Weisiger, An-
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With five returning lettermen, Coach Clark
again brought the Mounty basketball team into
a creditable position in the sectional standings.
Mt. Lebanon, with seven wins and five losses,
finished third in the Section IV race, behind
Washington and Dormont.
Sparked by john Reid, team captain and most
valuable player, the team jumped off to two
quick exhibition game victories against Avalon
and South Hills. They then ran into some tough
opposition and finished the exhibition stint
with a four and three record.
With the sectional race ahead, the team had
strong offensive strength with John Reid, jim
Beery, Bob Alter, Bill Malarkey, and Rod Mur-
taugh. Bill Roscoe, Leo Wilson, Fritz Walker,
and Tom Robinson were included in a strong
defense. Providing relief for these starters were
Butch Truesdale, Bill Rankin, Fred Wolff,
Keith Pensom, jack Garlitz, and Ed Corbett.
FRONT RO-W: Truesdale, Pensom, Reid, Wilson, Gar-
litz, Corbett. BACK ROW: Coach Clark, Alter, Malar-
key, Wolff, Murtaugh, Beery, Robinson, Walker, Rankin,
Roscoe, Mgr. Bauknight.
Two games will be 'remembered as high-lights
of the 1955-1956 season. The first was the ex-
hibition game with Uniontown. Steady offen-
sive and defensive playing, plus thirty-five
points by john Reid, helped the Mounties to
gain a 62-52 verdict. The home game with
Dormont was also a thriller. The underdog
Mounties fought hard and at the end of the
half they held a sixteen-point advantage. Led
by Jim Beery, with twenty-six points, Mt. Leb-
anon finished the game 74-51 victors.
The Mounties finished a tough season with
an over-all record of twelve wins and eight
Mt. L. 61 .........................,.......................................................... Avalon 49
Mt. L. 52 ........................................................................ South Hills 50
Mt. L. 39 .......... ' ............ Wilkinsburg 55
Mt. L. 44 ...... ..... .................. Baldwin 49
Mt. L. 62 ......... .............. S haler 51
Mt. L. 42 ........... ............. C rafton 49
Mt. L. 57 ............................................................ ....... H opewell 51
Mt. L. 62 ........................................................................ Uniontown 52
Mt. L. 73 ............ 67 Waynesburg 51 ............ 53 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 37 ............ 62 Washington 78 ............ 58 Mt. LL.
Mt. L. 61 ............ 42 Canonsburg 64 ............ 62 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 70 ............ 41 Burgettstown 31 ............ 61 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 77 ............ 38 Trinity 59 ............ 47 Mt. L.
Mt. L. 45 ............ 59 Dormont 51 ............ 74 M
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BASKETBALL JUNIOR VARSITY
FRONT ROW: McLaughlin, Greer, Roscoe, Cooper,
Van Vorst, Oakley. BACK ROW: Davis, Reinhold,
Kelly, Fuss, Wentzel, Lee, Taylor, Schein, Mgr. Busse.
BASKETBALL NINTH GRADE
FRONT ROW: M . Cobb, Connelly, Glennan, Zehfuss
Olsen, Martin, Mgr. Kletter. BACK ROW: Coach Watts,
Smith, Kritscher, Coo, Driscoll, Relun, Perkins.
The I. V. basketball team, coached by Mr. Stanish,
finished an exceptionally successful season with a rec-
ord of nineteen wins and one loss. Mt. Lebanon av-
eraged fifty-five points per game over the season, as
compared with thirty-two for their opponents, thus
showing very effective offensive as well as defensive
strength. Playmaker Chuck Reinhold, setshooter Carl
Greer, and pivot man Don Davis were outstanding in
keeping the j.V.'s single loss to Washington by the
close score of 40-37.
The ninth grade, coached by Mr. Watts, finished
a fine season with a perfect record of thirteen wins and
no defeats. Paced by Mike Kritscher and Danny Dris-
coll, the team finished at the head of their section for
the first time. One of the best games played by the
team was the last of the season against McKeesport,
which they won, 42-38. v
The Mounty thinclads finished the 1955 seas-
on by trouncing Peabody. This victory ex-
tended the Blue and Gold winning streak to
eighty-one straight wins in dual, triangular, and
In addition to success in those meets, the
Mounties also showed up well in the Bethany
College and the VV.P.I. A. L. Relays, where
team depth counted. A somewhat disappoint-
ing fact about this year's team was that there
were no outstanding individuals. This was the
reason why Mt. Lebanon didn't win the Mt.
Lebanon Invitational, the Allegheny County
Independent Districts Meet, and the W. P.
I. A. L.
Although Guy Giordano, who was elected
most valuable member at the close of the seas-
on, started out very well, trouble with a blood
vessel in his head soon dimmed his brilliance.
Jim Short, star pole vaulter, broke his arm at
Mansfield, thus robbing the Mounties of an-
other member who could have been outstand-
ing. Next year's co-captains, john Reid and
Pete Kopcsak, as well as Bill Masterson, did
very well, but they lacked the experience to
really excel in any big meet.
This year's team, as usual, broke several rec-
ords. The two-mile relay team of Hanchey,
Giordano, Armstrong, and McCown finished
first at Mansfield in the record time of 8:17.3.
In the Tri-State Coaches Meet, the sprint med-
ley team set a new record of 4:45.9. Members
of this team were Giordano, Slater, Reid, and
Karlovitz. The mile relay team of Giordano,
Myers, Overholt, and Karlovitz also beat the
former record, but finished second to Central
Mt. L. Opp.
Central Catholic Relays 51 37
Penn ................................................ 58-113 40-213
Central, Shaler, Clairton 51-7110 flstl 47-315 Central
South Hills .................................... 72 32
Tri-State Coaches Meet 29-112 f5thJ 40-112 Clairton
YVashington and Donnont 91-114 43 hViISl1lI1gt0l1
Shaler ...................... .......... 8 1 46
Penn ............................. ........ 9 0-113 36-213
McKeesport ............ ....... 1 02-113 24-213
Baldwin .......................................... 85-516 32-116
Peabody ...............................,.......... 80-213 37-113
Bethany College Relays 65-1112 Clstl 64 Central C2ndl
1107 schoolsl .................. 17-112 C-flthj
1fV.P.I.A.L. Relays .................. 31-112 Clstl 25 Clairton t2nLl7
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W.P.I.A.L. Championship 9th place
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FRONT ROW: Wunderly, Roscoe, Pensom, Templin, Giordano,
Seymonr, Tamplin. ROW 2: Mintun, Armstrong, McCown,
-Lovett, Coach Mollenauer, Reid, Walker, Overholt, Short. ROW
3: Slater, Masterson, Reinhold, Orr, Hanchey, Myers, Davis.
BACK ROW: Karlovitz, Weisiger, Patterson, Love, Alter, Bell,
The start of the 440
Karlovitz second by an inch
The 100 gets under way
A Myers to Giordano exchange
VValker in action
Giordano, Slater, Reid, and Karlovitz set a new recorcl The two mile relay team of Hanchey, Giordano, Arm
for the indoor sprint medley. strong, and McCown broke the record at Mansfield.
TRACK JUNIOR VARSITY
FRONT ROW: Arth, Walgren, Prezioso, Mahon, Warnes, Gottschall. ROW 2: Zivic Carlitz,
Inderwish, McMahon, Braslxares, Bracken, Anderson. RONV 3: Kasun, Beardshall, Opferman,
Slocum, Katzman, Milxm, Hjerpstedt. BACK ROW : Snyder, Weaver, Henderson, Rowe,
Albertson, McDonald, Mayer.
For the first time since the championship
team of 1953-54, Mt. Lebanonis chess team was
undefeated in league play. This perfect rec-
ord proved futile as Mt. Lebanon finished in
second place, two points behind once-defeated
Allderdice. Dave Reed was both league and
team high scorer.
FRONT ROW: Mgr, Griffin, Dawes,
Wilson, Miller, Lalylotta, Elder. .ROVV
2: Cusick, Sterrett, Davies, Grady,
Kenning, Malarkey, Thomas, Mgr.
Mullen. BACK ROW: Coach Clark,
Schoeppner, Wolff, Ziefel, Wagner,
Donahue, Dempsey, McNeisl1, Cor-
The Mounties, with seven wins and four
losses, finished the 1955 baseball season third
in VV. P. I. A. L. Section III standings, behind
Washington and Chartiers. Because of the
early-season injury of Schoeppner, the team
was without his services. McNeish, the most
valuable player and leading pitcher, helped in
the outfield, on the mound, and at bat. Other
outstanding players were Ziefel, Sterrett, Wolff,
Grady, and Cusick. The most exciting game
was with Washington, where Sterrett drove in
the winning run in the last of the ninth.
Mt. L. 3179 ............................,.............................................. Schenley 195 Mt. L. 10 ....................................... Wilkinsburg 6
Mt. L. 5 .......... ............................................................ S outh 0 Mt. L. 7 ............ - ......................... South Hills 6
Mt. L. 3 "'....--. .-..... P eabody 2 L. 7 ...................................................... 540011 6
Mt. L. 3 "'...-.'I.'--. N Langley 2 ' Mt. L. 2 .................. 3 Washington 2 .................. 3 Mt. L.
Mt. L. H Perry se I 1? .................. 5 CCIXRIUETS 3 .................. 3 Mt. L.
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Mt- L- 3 ---'-"--- ------- A lldefdlce 2 ' Mr. L. 13 .................. 1 Trinity g 2 .................. 1 Mr. L.
" League games
Beedle plays Becker while Miller,
Lawler, Reed, and Davis watch.
FRONT ROW: Pierson, Rhen, Smith,
Coleman. BACK ROVV: VVright, Con-
nelly, Coach Doak, Hartman, Linn.
Mt. Lebanon's 1955 tennis team climax-ted an-
other successful year by beating Beaver, 4-1.
The young but promising Mounties easily
copped their first two matches, but found the
opposition tougher as the season advanced.
Connellsville accounted for two of the team's
losses, the other one being to Shadyside. The
final record of four wins and three losses was
very respectable in the extremely tough league.
Senior Frank Coleman and sophomore Ed Hart-
man held down the first and second courts,
while Cal Smith, Ted Linn, Bill Hall, Ray Pier-
son, and John Connelly battled for the remain-
ing positions. Only two lettermen will be lost
Mt.L. 5 ........................ 0 Irwin 0 ........................ 5 Mt.L.
Mt.L. 1 ...... ... ............... 4 Connellsville 1 ....... ........... 4 Mt.L.
Mt.L. 2 ........................ 3 Shadyside
Mt.L. 1 ............. 1 ......... 4 Connellsville
Mt.L. 4 ........................ 1 Beaver
The Lebo golf team finished the season with
one of the most outstanding records in its his-
tory as it succeeded in winning 9 matches
while losing only one. Paced by the Captain
and Most Valuable Plaver, Dave Owens, the
local quintet suffered their only loss at the hands
of Brentwood in regular season play, but lost to
the same team in the section playoff. Coached
by Mr. Burrows, the team consisted of letter-
men Dave Owens, Wally Samuels, Rod Mur-
taugh, Art Humphreys, Dave Dole, and Butch
A 1955 SCHEDULE
Mt.L. 101k ......... 5176 Baldwin 21f2 ......... 1316 Mt.L.
Mt.L. 9 ......... 7 Brentwood 14 ......... 2 Mt.L.
Mt.L. 13 ......... 3 Bethel 1 ......... 15 Mt.L.
Mt.L. 10172 ......... 5112 Canonsburg 3 ......... 13 Mt.L
Mt.L. 11 ......... 5 Centerville 492 ......... 11172 Mt.L.
FRONT: Samuels, Dole. BACK:
Owens, Murtaugh, Herrington, Hum-
phreys, Coach Burrows, Bossart,
The 1956 rifle team averaged over 497 out of 500 for
the entire season, as compared with 492 for the opposi-
tion. Both Coraopolis and Munhall edged the Mounties
by scant margins, however, and the team finished third
with a 4 - 4 record.
The first match of the year, against Munhall, was the
most thrilling one. The Mounty marksmen fired a near
perfect 499, but it was not quite enough to beat the
state champions' 500.
Cary Turnquist, who was elected most valuable team
member, paced the squad with a very good 99.5 aver-
age. The Mounty cause was helped by Tom Bradley,
who averaged 99.4, and Norman Fuss and Iim Reynolds,
who both averaged 99.0. Letters were earned by seniors
Dunbar, Fouse, Fuss, Gottschall, Hall, Schaefer, and
Smith and juniors Bradley, Evans, Reynolds, and Turn-
499 ............ 500 Munhall 500 ............ 498 Mt. L
498 ............ 494 Millvale 492 ........,... 495 Mt. L
496 ............ 498 Coraopolis 500 ............ 497 Mt. L
499 ............ 473 Etna 481 ..,......... 497 Mt. L
ROXV: Hall, Fuss, Fouse, Gottschall, Evans
BACK ROW : Bradley, Reynolds, Sutton, Galey
Turnquist, Beeclle, Weaver.
Giordano and Hanchey finish fir
for the Mounties.
st and second
Beery gets the tip for Mt. Lebanon.
Alter swishes one from the outside to give Mt
Lebo another two points.
Beery racks up two more points.
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The 3:20 bell rings - doors everywhere fly
open, and girls run uninhibitedly down the
halls and into the 'gym as if a huge magnet
were drawing them. The reason for all the
excitement is the G. A. A. athletic tourna-
ment. Games like basketball, tenniquoit, and
volleyball are among the main events. But
tl1e after-school sports are only a part of the
G. A. A. program.
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This year the Girls' Athletic Association
was rushed into a mad social whirl of events
starting with the Halloween Party- and con-
tinuing through to the Rock 'n Boll Dessert.
Everything from Cay Nineties' outfits to
Roaring Twenties' attire was seen at the Hal-
loween Party held in the early fall. In March
all the C. A. A. members joined together for
a 'crazy' time at the Rock ,ii Roll Dessert.
The C. A. A. Council, under the supervi-
sion of Miss Skeriotis and Miss Shaver, cap-
ably directed the girls' sports activities.
Pictured in their uniforms are the G. A. A.
Council members. FRONT ROVV: Mimi Voigt,
Eleanor Lynott, Sue Fish. ROVV 2: Dona
Houser, Marty Mulliken, Sue Turner. BACK
ROVV: Linda Lucot, Mary Jo Temmel, Bobbie
Crivella, Cerry Grosso, Carol Lawrence.
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Carol Lawrence and Kit
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Tenth Grade Champions
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in mould and develop
janet Ackenheil, Puck Hartwig, Sally Hornell, Sue
Turner and Odette Kingsley as editors of the LANTERN
carried the responsibility of its management.
the eues and ears
The LANTERN's sidekick, the DEVILETTE, showed
the more personal side of school life and served, ad-
mittedly, as the school gossip column. Edited by Betsy
Bennett, Helen Gilbert, and Marguerite Blomgren, the
DEVILETTE recorded for posterity a "VVh0's Who" of
Mount Lebanon High School socialites.
of the school
Its pages filled as always with school news, sports,
and interestinfr feature articles, the LANTERN corn-
pleted another successful year at Mt. Lebanon, this
year with Odette Kingsley as its editor. Staffed by
Sue Turner, Maria Liadis, Sally Hornell, and Judy Hall,
the LANTERN presented many interesting and inform-
ative articles in the easy-reading style which has come
to be its hallmark. Each issue sported a well-balanced
dispersement of entertaining features, the factuality of
competent news stories, and some items which incor-
porated the best features of both. Sports was handled
by Pucky Hartwig, who had the good fortune of seeing
all of Mt. Lebanon's teams stand out in their individual
fields. Carol Rohm was the scribe of the eye-catching
LANTERN editorials, her second year at the job. Other
features included a dabbling in poetry, a sports quiz,
and verbal sketches of Mt. Lebanonis brighter lights.
Also in the three-cornered LANTERN package was a
SCHOLASTIC ROTO, a syndicated magazine which
brought to Mt. Lebanon the teenage styles, ideas, and
trends of the entire country.
One of the most demanding tasks of any high
school is the production of the newspaper. Like
mothers, their 'work is never done, and Bonnie Ray-
mond, Judy Hall, Nancy Reed, and Jean Ray are a
few of the leading LANTERN troubleshooters.
It is said that 7X8 of an iceberg is under water.
Such is thc state of the LANTERN, also. The finished
product shows only a fraction of the work involved.
Norman Fuss, Carl Gottschall, and Bob Tate, DEVIL-
ETTE mimeographcrs and LANTERN photographer,
respectively, are mainstays in the "behind-the-scenes"
work, which is the backbone of the LANTERN.
Liadis gathers in her cub reporters Dorothy
Bill Masterson, Ioan jackson, john Reid, Carol
and Carol NVright to hand out news assignments
future edition of the LANTERN.
"Executive Board" of this year? MOUNTY included
Serena Pendleton, business managerg Mary Pendleton,
co-art editorg Barbara Green, co-editorg Dorian Lester,
proofreaderg John Ratigan, co-editorg Carl Gottschall,
mimeographerg and Eric Walgren, co-art editor.
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Norm Fuss, Phil Cottscliall, and Dave Reed.
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Editors of the 1956 MOUNTY were Barbara Greene
and John Ratigan. Having served a year in apprentice- i'
ship, they stepped into the job this year to do industrious
organizing and editing.
In 1956 the MOUNTY continued its policy of selling
year-long subscriptions in the early fall. This year,
however, sales were stimulated by a five dollar stipend No doubt the biggest job on the MOUNTY next to
given as a prize to the seller of the greatest number the editorship itself, is the typing, handled very
of subscriptions. As a result, sales reached 475, and Capably this Year by Janice Paulsen and Linda
the MOUNT Y reached a peak of prosperity not known M'uer', s n
for many years. ,
Although MOUNTY workers did not receive any
of this wealth, they, nevertheless, shared in the cam- r
a1'aderie and fellowship which they enjoyed in their
work. The mimeographers shared in blackened hands
and smudgy faces, the staff in friendly arguments over
what kind of type to use, and everyone in the con-
trolled madhouse that was assembly.
Next year, the MOUNTY will welcome, with open
arms, the addition of a new mimeograph machine to
replace the former one, which had served in a rather
fickle faithfulness for the past few years.
Ned Girnhrrt Bill Bennett Sarah
Bl'1clxmun 1DClD1lHI Lynch mem
bers of the ahstr ict art staff are fittrng
their most abstract ideas into the
abstract design theme which runs
through the. pages of this yeirs ab-
in 160 pages
After inveigling 1500 students to "buy a Log,"
the Business and Circulation staff scrutinizes
"the takef, Peggy Galey, Dorothy Clark, and
Bill Hoffman carefully count and recount the
money to make sure that no poor soul has
forgotten to make his final payments.
Knowing that the Log "accepts no-
thing infcriorf' Ann Stearns, john
Ratigan, jo Rider, john Frame, and
Ian Powers, as members of the Liter-
ary staff, compliment one another
on their superior work.
If your head was cut off in one of
those "students in action" pictures
perhaps the Log photographers were
responsible. Dale Herrington, john
Watters, Bob Tate, Malcolm Fraser
did a very professional job of supple-
menting the work of our professional
photographer, the familiar Mr. Rosser.
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Assuming his best thinking position, each member of
the Editorial staff sets his mind to another complex
task. Ann types the calendar as Beverly draws it up to
scale for future reference. Carl and Hettie supervise this
serious typing task while Ginny casually picks up papers
with her toes.
Hard work and teamwork-every yearbook
must have them to be a success. The will to put out
a good book produces the hard work, while the con-
geniality of the staff results in the teamwork. The
1956 LOG staff, with these traits and the guidance
of their sponsors, published the "new Lebanon
LOC, to meet the modern trends in journalism. 1956
was a year of these radical changes: abstract design
themeg expansion to accommodate modern layouts
with pictures that speak to the reader.
To balance the hard work-the long hours
spent after school worrying over deadlines, poring
over picture schedules, and debating the merits of
different layouts-were the hot dog feasts following
serious Saturday sessions at the editors' homes and
spontaneous witticisms bandied about in the Log
All the problems and all the fun were over-
shadowed by the staff's feeling of pride and accomp-
lishment when the finished yearbook was finally pre-
sented to the students.
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drum majorg Joyce Amold, majorette captaing
Linda Rowe, assistant drum captaing were the
backbone of our band.
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Following a football season filled with honors
and awards, the band members and Mr. Prutz-
man settled down to serious concert work. Fea-
turing all new and outstanding publications, the
organizations Annual Concert, held on March
2, brought thundering ovations from the packed
In this concert a select' group, called the Blue
and Y'Vhite Band, also appeared. Consisting of
48 of the finest Wind instrument performers in
the school, this band thrilled the audience with
a meticulous rendition of serious music. The
Blue and NVhite Band also performed at such
out-of-town engagements as the Shrine Concert
in the Terrace Room of the XViIliam Penn
It has not been unusual for Mt. Lebanon
Bands, under the leadership of Mr. Prutzman,
to present many "firsts,'. This year has been
Ano exception. Making its first appearance at
the concert was our new 16-piece dance band.
This organization, led by student-director jack
Henderson, added to the concert and helped
round out the band program.
The class of ,56 can truly be proud of their
band and its members, for they have left be-
hind a reputation for unexcelled performances.
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lStandingJ Alison Young, Barbara Moeller,
'ind Mary Clo Oakes, were the pianists for this
yearls chorus events.
As do-mi-so's and ah-oo-oh's reverberated
from Room 217, first period, one could easily
guess that Miss Sneary was tuning up her "A"
or mixed chorus. Not long after warm-up
drills, however, the chorus could be heard
harmonizing anything from "Dis Trainn, a Negro
spiritual, to patriotic anthems like "Salute to
America". "A" chorus was a fine reward for
students who spent a term in one of the two
preparatory choruses, "B" or UC". Just as a
rookie must get his baseball experience in the
minor leagues before he bats for the Yankees,
likewise, "A" chorus members learned the basic
fundamentals of harmony and sight reading in
"BD or "C" chorus.
Although the choruses were not able to give
their annual presentation of "Messiah", they
made radio broadcasts and had the spring show
to look forward to.
Three cheers to the choruses-Dol Mil Sol
or better yet-Ah! Oo! Oh!
lSe1tedl Marilyn Briant Alice Ann M ers
FORMAL CONCERT ARTISTS
SEATED: Miriam Kelly-soprano, Sally Mellor--
mezzo-soprano, Cathie Hebley-accompanist, Anne
Forrester-French horn. STANDING: Linda Greer-
pianistg Judy Singer-violinst, Alice Ann Myers-
accompanistg Vic Hill-organist, Mary Clo Oakes-
accompanistg Iini Forrester-accompanist, jerrine
Ehlers-flutistg Marnyn Mastcrson-Hutistg Ella Wilson
Although we did not hear the Devotional
Choir sing often the first semester, the group
still functioned and practiced their songs.
After the P. A. system began working, we
were able to hear the members of the Devo-
tional Choir as they interpreted various
hymns and anthems in song. Working side
by side with the Devotional Squad, these
singers gave us many devotional programs
for our inspiration.
DEVOTIONAL CHORUS: Alan Rice,
Carl Volkwcin, Nancy Lamb, Miriam
Kelly, Bonnie Robinson, Sally Mellor,
Bill Schaefer, Paul Kelly, and Barbara
When nine girls dressed in black taffeta,
rhinestone jewelry, and high-heeled shoes
bustled down the halls, everyone knew ,that
the Triple Trio had a singing engagement.
In addition to school programs, the Trio en-
tertained at various churches, clubs, conven-
tions, and hospitals. Selected on a highly
competitive basis, the members and reserves
of this group spent many hours, under the
capable direction of Miss Sneary, practicing
TRIPLE TRIO: FRONT ROW: Cath-
crine Hebley, Janice Francis, Cindy
McKnight, Nancy Gilbert, Judy Wright,
Linda Hofmann, jo Ann Vedder.
BACK ROXV: Sally Mellor, Nancy
Lamb, Betsy Beicller, Serena Pendle-
ton and Mary Oakes-accompanist.
trum shurt hatred students
Mt. Lebanon's orchestra was recognized this
year as being one of the top high school or-
chestras in the state. Under the able direction
of Mr. Arthur Yagello, this group has grown
by leaps and bounds and now numbers about
sixty members. The orchestra performed at
the Civic League Christmas program and a
Lecture Society appearance. Highlighting a
most successful year was the annual spring
concert. Several members of the orchestra won
honors for themselves and the organization by
being named to outside orchestras whose per-
sonnel came from all over the Tri-State area.
Representing the school at the Western Dis-
trict Orchestra Festival were Carol Klaber, Judy
Hall, Marilynn Klostermeyer, and Dave Owens.
Carol was then chosen also for All-State Or-
chestra. In the chair-for-chair concert of the
1956 Pittsburgh Symphony Junior were Judy
Singer Qconcertmistressj, Marilynn Kloster-
meyer, Anne Forrester, Carol Klaber, Linda Mc-
Intire, Dennis Halliwell, John Connor, and Dick
found: a lost department
The Office of Medicinal Herbs QOMHJ may
not go down in the annals of history with the
WPA or CCC, but it will long be remembered
by the cast of the Senior Class Play, Two
Blind Mice. For three and a half weeks, they
lived and dreamed of Washington's bureau-
cracy, and their respective parts in the play.
They practiced constantly and diligently, and,
under the direction of Mr. Myers, turned an 11-
easy failure into a smooth-flowing play. The
"Standing Room Only" audience watched as the
plot slowly unfolded, showing an abolished
government office run by the Two Blind Mice,
Aunt Letitia and Aunt Crystal, who existed sole-
ly on the revenue obtained by renting rooms to
a rhumba teacher, a laundress, a large family,
and a car-parking service. Complications arose
when Army, Navy, and State Department
stepped in, along with Senator Kruger. But in
the end, they lived happily ever after. This
year's cast found, to their relief, that a bad
dress rehearsal is not a prerequisite for a suc-
cessful show. 4
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Are you sure this is a gov- .Yes sir ..
' ernment office?" '
The cast of Two Blind Mice was: Linda Greer,
Dick Bromwich, Carol Powers, Paul Arnold
Nancy Wood, Dave Lewis, Betsy Beidler,
Don Hanchcy, Stephana Norris, Ceof Lutz,
Kathy Knoch, Mary Bescher, Bill Bennett, Amy
Muncaster, Ted Linn, Myron Eicher, Norm
Fuss, Hugh Fowler, Skip NVilliams, Rod Kerr,
"What you need is a pinch of pip-
"First of all, I'd like to know what you were doing over there
in the wings when Carrie was stabbed?"
"Shoot me! NVhat have I got to live for?"
"Oh, am I interrupting anything?"
"If you drink this, you'll never feel
These play pictures were taken from
a new angl?at ai rehearsal where
Roberta, Paul Cstudent directorl, and
Laurel practiced prompting, an un-
necessary necessity in this case.
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See? Death in the tea leaves!"
utler didn'I do it
The cast of this year's Activities Play, Re-
hearsal for Death, broke tradition in many
ways. They put on a play without any set-
ting. The cast acted some scenes in the au-
dience and used nothing but two candles
for lighting a scene. The candlelight, to-
gether with a few screams, a gun, and a
knife, gave the desired effect of mystery. He-
hearsul for Death was not only a "who-done-
it," but it was also a "play about a play."
Therefore, a ham actor could have a field
day and, at the same time, provide the light-
Of course, the purpose of a mystery would
have been defeated if the audience knew
the identity of the murderer. Mr. Meyers
came up with a solution by having the cast
take an oath not to tell a soul awho-done-it."
For four weeks it was the most closely guard-
ed secret in Mt. Lebanon and completely dis-
proved Benjamin F1-anklin's philosophy,
"Three may keep a secret if two of them
Kneeling over Tom Brashares are Bob King, Stevie Story, and Bob Lewis.
Standing are Gretchen Taylor, Mike Foley, Amy Muncaster, Doug Wal-
gren, Leila Moore, and joe Curran.
fun in serving
Both the Y-Teen and the Hi-Y groups have
service as the keynotes of their programs. Betas,
Sigmas, and Deltas participated in the "Inter-
natoramaj' a project to raise money for the
United YMCA-YYVCA Building Fund. The
girls built booths representing different coun-
tries and sold articles typical of that country.
The Hi-Y sponsored a student-faculty basket-
ball game and gave their proceeds to the Build-
ing Fund. Not only did this raise the money
.for the "Y" but it also created a closer ,relation-
ship between students and teachers.
The Y-Teens started off their yearis events
with a candlelight recognition service, while
the Hi-Y attended a convocation at Heinz
After such a good start, the groups settled
down to a year full of excellent programs. The
Betas, Deltas and Sigmas learned through
speakers and movies. Subjects covered in their
various programs were: the NYU, fashiong re-
ligion, and detective work.
To add to the fun the girls had picnics, cov-
ered dish dinners, talent shows, and a hilarious
variety show. The Hi-Y discussed problems of
high school life and used movies for illustra-
Enjoyable times were had by all the mem-
bers as they worked together to serve their
Miss Manning, Miss Frobese, Mr.
Taggart, and Mrs. Furlong devoted
many after-school hours to the spon-
sorship of the Y-Teens and Hi-Y
SENIOR BETA-FRONT ROWV:
Miller, Henthorne, Blomgren. BACK
ROW: Rowe, Patterson, Ashton, Bay-
SOPHOMORE SIGMA-SITTING: Bletzinger,
Stermer, Vedder. STANDING: jones, Parker.
CEDAR HIY SITTING Rnlflklll, Kimmell,
Lum. STANDING: Bushyeagen, Peoples, Over-
JUNIOR DELTA-FRONT ROW: Robertson
Powers. SITTING: Hofmann, Galey, Evgns
McElroy, Lawrence. BACK ROW: Mandell
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The Lebo stage crew needed more than "muscle and
blood" as they moved the sixteen tons of sets at the
school plays. Showing strong minds as well as strong
backs, they set up the scenery with precision timing.
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em ers of the achievement squad eye the newspaper
carefully for news and 'ic
. K complishments of Lebo grads.
These kids did a ood ' b
g 10 of giving credit to those who
brought honor to our school.
John Watters and Stuart Debenham
john VVatters and Stu Debenham of the chemistry squad
make confusometer fuel readings before blasting OH: for
Venus. There, they hope to obtain some new chemicals
for Dr. Bromberick's class demonstrations.
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Library squad members work frantically to fill their
quota of overdue book notices for the day. Besides dis-
tributing those little monstrosities, these kids did man
er necessary chores around the sparkling new library.
Vic Hill decides he can do his scholastic committee
work better when surrounded by girls, who seem to
have no objection to the situation either. At this rate,
the new honor roll should be done in no time.
B ULLETIN BOARD
Tacks, scissors, and paper in hand, the bulletin boarders
begin to bedeck blank boards with brilliant beauty
These busy bees blend blues, blacks, and beiges, making
better borders and balanced backgrounds which are
beautiful to behold.
These members of the Mt. Lebo usher squad handled
the programs, tickets, turnstiles, and money at Mt.
Lebanon sports events and other school programs.
WAYS AND MEANS
Bette Fitch and Dick Gibson
Members of the ways and means squad, during football
games, sell to Lebo's sports fans all kinds of useful items
for eating, drinking, reading, throwing, and getting
Attendance attendants tend their records of the
dencies of Lebo students to be absent or late.
of ten o'clock scholars and perennial hookeyists never
slipped by these promoters of punctuality.
Ray Dilworth and Rod Kerr
Men of the projection battalion, after fighting valiant,
though sometimes losingg-battles to keep older machines
in running order for sixty minutes at a stretch, express
confidence before tackling the complex workings of a
Lunch, one of the more interesting parts of the Lebo
curriculum, was well presided over by these authorities
on the subject. Beside them, we see some scholars in
the course of taking a field trip through the chow line.
Members of the social committee, having thought of
everything from a Sadie Hawkins Dance to a Prom
Parisienne, wrack their fertile brains for more clever
ideas for Mount Lebo social events.
Kathy Knoch and Betty Lurty
Make-up squad outfits Mount Lebanon's budding draina-
tists with wigs, whiskers, and warpaint, miraculously
transforming Boris Karloiiis and Marjorie Mains into
Rock Hudsons and Marilyn Monroes.
Readying scalpels, plasma, and ether, members of the
medical squad appear calm, cool, and collected, as they
prepare for major surgery in an acute case of Blisterium
Carlotta Van V oy
Unsatisfied with the recent hut styles from Paris, mem-
bers of the Red Cross squad set out to make their own.
These are not for themselves, however, but are for use
at an orphans' party.
After the hospitality committee laid out the welcome
mat, the new kids at Lebo soon felt right at home and
at ease with the teachers and other students.
Art squad gives old Santa a hand by fixing up Christ-
mas trees and smearing globs of glue wherever needed.
Guinea pig frightj examines biology squad lleftl. Un-
able to make any scientific deductions from such a short
study of such complex specimens, he simply remarks,
"Oh, what fools these mortals be."
Scotch tape, crepe paper, and wobbly ladders are the
decoration squad's most familiar stand-bys in brighten-
ing our school.
Members of the publicity squad concentrate on finding
new ways to focus thc eyes and cars of the world on
Mt. Lcbo. Our nationally known band and famous ath-
letes made their job a bit cusicr this yenr.
Future Isaac Ncwtons and Albert Einsteins begin their
contributions to the world of science by taking cure of
the new Lebo physics lab.
Those terrific "squadders" became "squatters" when they
tried to duck Lebols number one problem-chaos in the
Alan Rice and Sheldon Parker
L. B. S., the Lebo Broadcasting System, was fortunate to
have such great talent on its announcing staff. Here,
we see these stars of the squawk-boxes in the process
of putting on one of their non-color "spectaculars."
"You load sixteen tons and what do you get?" Well, in
Mt. Lebanon you'll probably get about fifteen activities
points. Here we see the diligent members of the honor
award committee tabulating these points for keys and
Ellen von Ende
Devotional squad listens critically to a member pre-
senting a new devotional program. Due to the lack of
a P.A. system in Lebo's new "C-reenboard Jungle," their
devotional programs during the first semester were
given by students in the homeroom. '
No, this is not the cockpit of a bomber. The complex
gadgets you see here are being operated by the Lebo
P.A. squad to send "your regular announcements"
through all the rooms.
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It is cold, and melting snow slushes heavily under-
foot.- The days are November 28 and 29, the time,
a little after 2:30. Mt. ,Lebanon's students trudge
up the hills leading toward the auditorium at Mellon
junior High. Awaiting them there are nervous
speakers, biting fingernails, straightening nylons,
memorizing speeches. These speakers represent the
first step toward the election of a new student gov-
ernment in Mt. Lebanon High. The speeches given
on these two days give the students their only chance
to become acquainted with the ideas, and jokes, of
the candidates which they are soon to elect.
The speeches at Mellon are only the first step in
the growth-of a new Student Congress in Mt. Leb-
anon. The path of this growth is indeed an odd
one, for it continually reverts to a center around
which it travels in ever-broadening circles. That
hub is the homeroom. From the homeroom come
the stacks of small, yellow ballots. The x's have been
placed upon the ballots in a homeroom period run
by a homeroom president which the homeroom has
elected. Mt. Lebanon's homerooms have taken the
second step along the path to a new student govem-
The third step comes a few weeks later. It is
December, and cold, and Boreas is struggling to neu-
tralize the heated fever for Christmas vacation. It
is another homeroom meeting, and again the ballots
were distributed. This time the students take a
more personal interest, for they are electing those
who will govern in the homeroom during the com-
And then Iune comes--new candidates, new
speeches, new ballots.
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Like its system of electing oftlicers, Mt. Leb-
anon's modus operancli is simple and direct. A
hand raised timidly in a Student Congress
meeting puts forth a suggestion. The president
listens, and opens the floor for discussion. If the
general consensus of opinion is that the sug-
gestion is a good one, the plan is submitted to
Dr. Mills. The next meeting brings a report of
his reactions and reasons for same. If, to him,
the plan seems impractical, it is dropped, un-
less the members of the Congress seriously
object. Should he smile upon it, however, a
committee is set up to study the possibilities
more closelyz In a matter of weeks, the commit-
tee submits its recommendations for discussion
by the Congress. The committee returns to its
work, carrying with it the suggestions emerg-
ing from the discussion. A formal statement is
drawn up, then sent to the homerooms for their
approval. F inally, the motion and the seconding
of the Student Congress delivers the timid sug-
gestion into the annals as law.
In every school-or team, or business, or any
organization including a huge number of peo-
ple-there are a few elite who stand out as
leaders. Mt. Lebanon has such a group, their
pictures appear on the pages which surround
these words. They are the members of the
National Honor Society, happy at winning the
award, and, later, in the testing room, display-
ing the eiliciency and skill which won their
award. They are the Advisory Council in its
frank discussion with Dr. Mills. They are the
Student Court impartially hearing both sides of
an out-of-order story. They are Activities Award
winners proudly wearing their keys and guardsg
and winners of individual awards both in and
out of school.
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Arnold, Dave Dole, Sally Coltman,
Cordon Knapp, Eddie Beachler.
Standing: Betsy Bennett, Paula Fry,
lliob Williams, Bill Rankin, Jack Gar-
FRONT ROW Mrs Morgan, Mrs.
C'1rgrll Dr Mills Dr. Streams, Miss
Rrghtnure BACK ROXV: Pat VVeaver,
P'1ula Killen Alrn Rice, Mr. Whip-
liey Tom Donfrhue Paula Fry, Mr.
Doak, Betsy Beidler Earle Patterson.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
ROW 1: Rice, Billeter, Lewis, Knoch,
Henthorne, Beidler, Bayly, Gottschall,
Arnold. Linn. ROW 2: Pendleton, Simp-
son, Robinson, Muncaster, Ketchum, von
Ende, Greer, Hall, Forrester, Nielsen, An-
derson, Howell, Kingsley. ROW 3: Blom-
gren, Nill, Bennett, Larner, Schaefer, Hoar,
Dilworth, Fouse, Overholt, Masterson,
Bates, Hjortsberg, Fitch. ROW 4: Dona-
hue, Foley, Parker, Holliday, H. Williams,
Walker, R. Williams, Rankin, Willingham,
Patterson, Kopcsak, Fuss, Hartwig, Gibson.
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and gained honors . . .
FRONT ROW: Hornell, Beidler, Baldus, Ketchum,
Knoch, Henthorne, Greer, Clark, Nill, Hjortsberg, Krau-
theirn. ROW 2: Latham, von Ende Gilbert Lamb Ta
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Kingsley. ROYV 3: Simpson, Grimm, Cannon, Arnold
Billeter, Fouse, Overholt, Alter, Masterson, Gottschall
Nielsen, Bates, Turner, Lockhart.. RONV 4: Gibson
Hartwig, Bennett, Parker, H. VVilliarns, VValker, R. VVill-
iams, Rice, Rankin, Eicher, VVillingham, Patterson, Wat-
ters, Fraser, Charlson.
The people who received activities guards are:
Kathy Knoch,Car1ynn Nill, Indy Hall, Betsy
Beidler, Carl Gotfschall, and Bill Rankin.
. and awards
QUILL AND SCROLL '
FRONT ROW: jo Fleming, Sally Hornell,
Odette Kingsley, Liz Erskine, Judy Hall, Bar-
bara Kern. BACK ROW: Ann Beveridge,
Cordon Moore, Barbara Reid, Sue Turner,
Clark Dehne. q
Those who passed the NROTC Mental Examination l ,
were-FRONT ROW: Alan Rice, Jim Graham, Ray - .
Dilworth, Bob Lewis, Dick Holliday. BACK ROW: '
Mike Overholt, Elmer Beardshall, Earle Patterson, Dave xy I
Owens, Skip Williams, Bill Masterson, Tom Dupuis. , A 5
LATIN PROJECTS: Earl Smith, Melinda Smith, Pat
Negele, Susie Davis, Helen Hiill, Elmer Roscoe.
Rensselaer Award-Carl Gott- Harvard Club Book Award-Ted
Bausch-Lomb Award-Alan Rice
Seniors Who Won Places
In The Finals of
The National Merit Scholarship
D.A.R. Award-Noreen Ba
flashes here and there
Student Senior Play Directors prac-
ticed thcir skills in preparation for
Metro-Colclwyn Mayer auditions.
Lebo's most popular course-how to
watch TV instead of doing homework!
Paul Brunswick, Carolyn Holmes,
Bob lsenberg arrived too late for
formal senior pictures.
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K rooms waiting for the Christmas carol-
' ers to arrive P
Ever wonder' how to become Future
Teachers of America? Nancy, John,
joan, and Sarah wonder tool
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