Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1957
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VIRGINIA DICK, Co-editor DICK DENT, Sports Editor
DAVE BROWNLEE, Assistant Editor BILL CURNOW, Photography Editor
LERRINE EHLERS, Assistant Editor PEGGY GALEY, Circulation Manager
JOHN RATIGAN, Literary Editor VIRGINIA POWELL, Business Manager
NED GARNHART, Art Editor
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Faculty ............ page 10
Student Life . .. page 142
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Dr. Ralph D. Horsmun, the
general superintendent, han-
dles the almost superhuman
task of supervising thc cn-
tiro school system-six grade
schools, Mellon Junior High,
and the high school. Dr.
Joscph C. Koifer, assistant
superintendent, works very
closely with the school on
matters of supplies and
Cooperat ng and Coordinating
The Board of Education
comprised of ton members
cstahlishos the cducationrl
policies for Mt, Lebanons
schools. Understanding and
progressive, they are con
tinually striving to bcttu
Administrative duties of the Mt. Lebanon schools are
handled by the superintendents and the board of educa-
tion working hand in hand with individual school staffs.
One of their outstanding accomplislnnents this year Was
our new wing - the spacious auditorium, modern swim-
ming pool, and the vast new gyms. Although there is
much divisionof administrative tasks among numerous
persons, it is only with close co-operation that the staff
has met with such success.
VVithin the high school, the administrative duties are
executed by a competent staff of three members. Gur
principal, Dr. Mills, handles all staff personnel and
school plant problems. Dr. Moore, vice-principal, is in
charge of student personnel problems concerning sched-
uling, he is also known as the "keeper of the records."
Mrs. Morgan, administrative assistant, manages the
attendance office and "service bureauf,
Although comparatively new
to the diiiicult task of the
prineipalship of Mt. Lebanon
lligh, Dr. Mills has done
an excellent job in keeping
the affairs of the school
running smoothly. He has
found workable answers to
all problems, big and small,
which have confronted him.
Much credit for making our
school a success goes to
Our principal gives instruc-
tions to his secretary on how
certain school announce-
ments and reports should
Dr. Mills consults vice-principal Dr.
Moore on a school problem. C0-
operation like this among the admin-
istrative officers helps make our school
government an efficient organization.
Did you ever wonder who records
those hard-earned semester grades on
your permanent record? Well, this duty
is only one of the many which are per-
formed by Dr. Moore and his secretary,
Mrs. Davies. As well as scheduling
classes for over two thousand students
and changing schedules for the many
people who can never decide whether
they want to take sociology or personal
adjustment, etc., they somehow find
enough time to send out college tran-
scripts, figure what everyone's class rank
is, and register all the new students. Our
vice-principal and his secretary are ably
assisted by the girls of the vice-princi-
palls secretarial squad, who work during
their free periods.
Handling College Boards, giving
vocational preference tests, and
scheduling college meetings are
only a few of the jobs of our
guidance counselors, Mrs. Horne
and Mr. Nicklas. Parents and
students alike profited from
Career Night, planned by Mrs.
Horne and Mr. Nicklas, and
were always welcome at the
guidance oflice to discuss per-
sonal, vocational, or college prob-
Knowing the whereabouts of all the students
in Mount Lebanon High School throughout
the entire school day is no easy task, but
Mrs. Morgan and Miss Speekhals have just
such a task. If and when you slip the pin
without their approval, you become the respon-
sibility of Miss Gordon, our home and school
visitor, who also has the job of issuing work
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Before you take your driver's test at school, you must have
your eyes examined. Miss High, our school nurse, takes care
of such things in the Dispensary. If you become sick during
the school day, she decides if you are really sick or just sick
of school. Besides helping to give physicals to the juniors and
our sports heroes, one of the nurse's new jobs this year was
accompaning the band to all away performances.
Almost every student sooner or later finds his way to Mrs.
Cargill or her assistant, Mrs. Smith,in thc Activities Office.
As activities sponsors thcyx sec that an accurate record is kept
of all student activities and points. They are in charge of the
Student Congress functions and the United Fund drive. This
year, under their guidance, standing properties and costume
committees were organized, along with the auditorium ushers,
information, check room, and parking squads,
Mr. Kermit Taggart - Civicsg Mr.
Wilbur Moore-Civicsg Mr. Richard
Toler - Civics
Mr. Kirk Tallman-World History,
Typingg Mr. David Batchelor-World
Historyg Mr. Albert Stanish-World
Historyg Mr. Harry Hadden-World
Mrs. Marianne Thornton-Englishg
Mrs. Io Ann Smith-Englishg Mr.
Clyde Simpson-Englishg Miss Jane
Curran - English, Civics
Mr. Norman Goodwin-Algebra, Plane
Geometryg Mr. Earl Whipkey-Alge-
brag Mrs. Edith Clark-Algebrag Mr.
Harry Felich - Algebra
Mr. Richard Walker-Algebra, Gen-
eral Math.g Miss Sarah Smith-Solid
Geometry, Trigonometryg Mr. Charles
Lohr-Business Math., Commercial
Math.g Mr. Robert Craig - Plane
Geometry, Physicsg Missing-Mr. Mer-
cer Clark-Algebrag Mr. Chester Oddis
- General Math., Plane Geometry
Miss Alice Elms - Advanced Math.,
Algebrag Miss Anne Rightmire-Plane
Geometryg Miss Eileen Nesbitt - Plane
Geometryg Mr. Ioseph Srp -- Plne
Mr. Merle Burrows-Economics, Prin-
ciples of Sellingg Mr. Victor Doak-
U. S. Historyg Mr. George Kline-
Global Geography, American Govern-
ment, U. S. Historyg Dr, Iohn Den-
bow-U. S. Historyg Missing-Mr.
Donley Mollenauer- U. S. History
Miss Harriet Manning - Englishg Mrs.
Marilyn Fisher - Englishg Miss Lyn-
ette Giffen - Englishg Miss Caroline
Craig - English, Frenchg Mrs. Gerald-
ine Adamson - Englishg Miss Ruth
Gordon - English
Miss Florence McLaughlin - English,
Journalismg Miss janet Curtis-Eng-
lishg Mrs. Emma Gilbert -Englishg
Mrs. Ruth Furlong - English
Mrs. Eleanor Rinne-Englishg Mrs.
Joanne Bailey-Englishg Mrs. Anna
Davis-Englishg Miss Katheryn Fro-
bese - English U
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Miss Virginia Elliott - Honor Englishg
Miss Elizabeth Evans-Senior Com-
positiong Mr. Iulian Myers-Speech,
Englishg Miss jean Hay-Senior Com-
positiong Mr. Richard Jones-Special
Mr. Harry Luebbe - Biologyg Mrs.
Eileen Hartman -Biologyg Mr. ,Sher-
rick Gilbert- Biologyg Mr. George
Dambach - General Science
Mr. Charles Beck-Chemistryg Mr,
Reed Raines - Chemistryg Mr. Robert
Ruth-Physicsg Mr. Thomas Taylor
- Chemistry, General Science
Mr. john Neal-Wood Shopg Mr.
flew Albert Bernhardy - Mechanical Shop
Mr. John Ramsey-Mechanical Draw-
ingg Mr. Douglas Shaner-Mechanical
Mr. William Mitchell-Typingg Mrs.
Dorothy Pittman - Typingg Miss
Dorothy Grove-Shorthand, Typing,
General Businessg Miss Thelma Whin-
nie - Shorthand, Bookkeeping
Mrs. Helen Haynes - Lating Miss
Mildred Lenk-Latin, Spanishg Miss
Miriam Bulger - Lating Miss Margery
McClure - Lating Miss Ada Patterson
Mr. Howard Jones - Frenchg Miss
Sylvia Hubacher - Frenchg Miss Mar-
guerite Beck - Germang Miss Mary
Thorpe-Spanishg Miss Rita Roegge
Mrs. Patricia Birk-Home Economics, Per- Miss Margaret Billingsley-Healthg Mr. Jerry
sonal Acljustmentg Miss Pauline Fish-Home Hyder-Health
Mr. Philip Prutzman - Banclg Miss May Sneary
- Chorusg Mr. Arthur Yagello - Orchestra
Miss Donna Shaver - Girls' Gymg
Mr. Ralph Fife-Boys' Gymg Miss
Nancy Skeriotis -Girls' Gymg Miss-
ing- Mr. john Beckert-Boys' Gymg
Mr. XVilliam Grant-Boys' Gym
Mr. George Lamprinalcos-Drivingg Mr. George
Reese - Drivingg Mr. joseph Pugnanelli -
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A Turn 0f The Tassel
A Step Toward The Future
Sparked with a gaiety and originality not soon to be forgotten, the
class of ,57 left behind days of lighthearted pleasure and serious Work.
There were the football games with the ever-loyal cheering senior girls
unexpectedly out-shouted by the mass of senior boys brought to life
by the uninhibited "Snytz,v the indescribable trips on the rented buses,
and the presentation of a giant razor to Pittsburglfs most avid
All was not too pleasant, though, as senior girls in righteous indigna-
tion found themselves forced to parade the halls with stringy, Wet
hair. But there was compensation for that, too. The mass evacuation
of students and teachers from the flooded and electrically charged
swimming area and the days when some people found themselves in
"hot wateru made the discomfort of swimming worthwhile.
XVintertime encouraged all sorts of parties -sledding parties, skating
parties, formal parties. pizza parties, and just parties. But with the
coming of spring, the mad senior whirl gradually slowed down with the
ever present Worries: Will I be accepted? Can I get a scholarship?
Iyll never get to the prom! And looking out the window, gazing down
over the park, what senior could help but daydream of next Saturday,s
tea, marching down the steps to "Pomp and Circumstancef, and of the
years ahead . . . entering college, developing new friends and ideas,
finding more of the meaning in life . . . Would we remember those
people so near to us in th'e year of 1957? And on graduation night we
realized the answer, the friendship and fellowships of the last four years
were an inseparable part of each senior.
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HENRY L. ABLAUF
Baseball, Rifle, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y, Traffic.
VIRGINIA L. ACCETTA
Lantern, Log, G.A.A., F.T.A., Medical.
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern Edi-
torial Ed., Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Honor Award.
CAIL RUTH AHLERS
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Library Sq., Medical, Publicity, Chorus, "Messiah"
THOMAS VV. ALBERTSON
Homeroom Off., Track, Stage Crew, Senior Play.
HETTIE A. ALBO
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Co-Ed., Homeroom
OH., C.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance.
WILLIAM C. ALLEN, JR.
Cross Country, Tennis, Track, J.V. Football, Intramural Basketball, Trallic.
BETTE MAE ALMASY
JAMES W. ANDERSON
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KAREN J. ANDERSON
Lantern, Mounty, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin Board Sq., Devotional, Infor-
RICHARD A. ANDERSON
Homeroom OE., Cross Country, Track Co-Capt., Intramural Basketball.
DAVID E. ANKROM
PETER B. APP
Swimming, Intramural Sports.
NANCY ELLEN ARCHER
National Honor Society, Honor
Chemistry Sq., Medical, Ushers.
Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., C.A.A.,
THOMAS E. ARNOLD M fl
Homeroom Off., Band. Qc! , V
.JAMES WILLIAM ARTH P- '
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Band. X u
JOHN J. ARTH X Q '
Public Address, Ways and Means, Or- Q
JOAN L. ASTI
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Decoratng ,
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G.A.A., Range Rockcttc.
JOAN I. ATCHISON
ALFRED VV. BABB
Cross Country, WVrestling, Intramural Sports, Trafhc, Physics Sq., Orchestra.
RICHARD H. BABCOCK
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Traffic.
CHRISTINE CATHERINE BALACH
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Hospitality.
HARRY C. BALLMAN
Honor Roll, Football Mgr., J.V. Track, Intramural Tennis, Hi-Y Off.
Chess, I.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
A. BLAIR BATTISTINI
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Ilomeroom Off., Chess, Chemistry Sq., Projection,
Physics Sq., Public Aclclrcss.
BRIAN K. BAUKNIGHT
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basket-
ball Mgr., Devotional, Stuclio Mgr.
CAROLE E. BAXTER
MERCEDES IOANNE BEACHLER
Lantern, Homeroom OH., C.A.A., Blue Devil, Attendance, Honor Award,
Rifle, Intramural Sports.
CHARLES E. BEEDLE
Honor Roll, Mounty, Rifle, Library Sq., Ushers.
CORINNE C. BEINHAUER
G.A.A., F.T.A., Usherettes.
IOANNE HELEN BEITLER
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A,, Ass't Drum Major, Decorating.
ROBERT I. BENDIS
KAREN ADALINE BENZ
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Homeroom
Program Planning Comm., NVays and Means, Chorus.
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GAIL E. BERGHOFF
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus.
ARLENE MARY BERK
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, C.A.A., Homeroom Program Planning Comm.,
HARRIET ELIZABETH BERLIN
Activities Key, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Medical Chm., Red
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ROBERT TABERWIND xl? , I
Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Track, I.V. Basket , A A al etball,
Cafeteria. ,Uh is ,J . '
THEODORE H. BEST A ML . Jy f, X
Intramural Basketball, Rifle, J,V. Track.L 'LJ I 0 'vi
EDWARD C. BEUTNER ,f ' R0 ww -N,
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Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.Al, co ating,JMe ical. X
CLARK L. BLAISE A
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.
MARY IUDITH BLATT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A. Pres., Attendance.
MARGIE KATHERINE BLACKBURN 'lv
BONNY LEE BLOOMER
G.A.A., Drum Major, Chorus,
CAROL ANN BOHN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Library Sq., Chorus.
SANDRA LEE BOKAN
Mounty, Homeroom Off., C-.A.A., Leaders' Club.
RAYMOND E. BONWELL
XVALTER R. BOSSART
Homeroom Off., Golf, Intramural Tennis, Traflic, Ushers.
G. SAMUEL BOWMAN
Football, Swimming, VVrestling, Intramural Sports, Decorating.
RICHARD P. BRACKEN
Homeroom Off., Football, I.V. Track, Intramural Basketball, Scholastic,
THOMAS E. BRASHARES
Mounty, Intramural Sports, Devotional, Auditorium Program Planning Comm.,
Thespians, "Rehearsal For Death."
WW W Jill
LIAM C. BRASHARES
National Honor Society, Homeroom OE., Football, I.V. Track, Intramural
Basketball, Cafeteria, Social.
I.V. Football, Intramural Basketball.
JOAN A. BREINIG
THOMAS E. BRIGGS
SUSAN GAY BROWVER
MARGARET ELIZABETH BROWVN
Lantern, Log, Homeroom OH., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, C.A.A., Leaders
Club, Y-Teens, Medical.
IOHN E. BRUNK
Rifle, Swimming, Devotional, Ushers, Chorus.
BEST ALL-ROUND BEST DANCEHS
JANE EASTON and JACK GARLITZ CYNTHIA BUZZARD and JoEL HEITMEIER
up 1: 1 1
THEODORE F. BRUNN
Honor Roll, Log, Devotional, Projection, Studio.
DONNA NIAE BUCKINCHANI
IO ANN BUDAVICH
C.A.A., Bulletin Board Sq.
,IOIIN C. BUELL
RONALD I. BURNER
Xlrestliiig, Intramural Sports.
National Honor Society. Activities Key, llonor Roll, Entertainuient Bltn. Ecl
lloinerooni Oil., Cliess, Clieinistry Sq. Co-Clun.
PATRICIA NIARIE BUTTICNOLI
CYNTHIA N. BUZZARD
Log, Hoinerooui Oil., Nleclical, Wlays ancl Nleans.
llonor Roll, llonierooin Oil., Cross Country. .I.V. Track. Intraunural Sports
ROBERT L. CARNAHAN
Football Mgr., Intramural Sports.
KATHRYN LAURA CARSOIN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens, Medical, Retl Cross.
Football, NVrestling, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
RICHARD I. CHRIST
Track, Hi-Y, Cafeteria.
Log, Rifle, F.T.A., Biology Sq., Bancl.
REBECCA RUTII COLE
Activities Key, Ilonor Roll, Lantern, Log, lloinerooin Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens,
F.T.A., Devotional, Uslierettes.
JANE S. COLLINS
National Honor Society, Activities Key, llonor Roll, lloinerooin Off., C.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Attenclance, XVays anal Nleans Clun.
Log, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Kleclieal, Real Cross.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Ilonieroonl Off., Tennis, Intrainural Sports,
Cafeteria, Honierooin Progrrun Planning Couun.
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NANCY ELLEN CONNOR
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Red Cross.
CARRETT A. CONNORS
Football, Cafeteria, Traffic,
JUDITH ANSLEY COPE
Log, Homeroom Ott., C.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Art Sq., Bulletin Board Sq.
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Sq., Chorus
RITA C. CRAHEN
Mounty, lloineroom Off.. G.A.A., Cheerleader.
YVILLIAM JOHN CURNOXV, JR.
National Honor Society, llonor Roll, Log Photog. Ed.
IOSEPH N. CURRAN
Honor Roll, ,l.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Decorating, Public Address,
PATRICIA A. CURRAN
Lantern, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Decorating, Medical, Red Cross, NVays and Means.
THOMAS LEO CUSICK
Log, Homeroom Oflf., Baseball, Football, J.V. Basketball, Intramural Basket-
KEITH G. DAMON
Honor Roll, Tennis, Intramural Sports.
MARY LOUANN DAUCHERTY
Activities Key, C-.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus, "Messiah," Band.
ROBERT F. DAVEY
Honor Roll, Log.
Biology Sq., Traffic, Chorus.
YVILLIAM A. DAVIDSON
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Biology
Sq., Chemistry Sq., Homeroom Program Planning Comm.
CAROLYN JANE DAVIES
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Medical, Red Cross.
DONALD E. DAVIS
Honor Roll, Basketball, j.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports, Parking Sq.
Honor Roll, Chess, Chemistry Sq., Ushers.
RICHARD M. DEBBERTHINE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
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MARY LOUISE DEELEY Q ,yy
Range Rockctte, Y-Teens, Chorus.
PRISCILLA ANN DELACH
Log, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Art Sq. Chm., Library .
STEVE R. DELACH
j.V. Cross Country, Track, Cafeteria. .
RICHARD DEMARET K 1'
Honor Roll, I.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Cafet ia. 5
ARNOLD A. DEMPSEY, IR.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice- res., meroom Off.,
Baseball, Football Co-Capt., I.V. Football, Intramural Basketbal.
I. KATHRYN DENCLER
Mounty, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Medical.
RICHARD A. DENT
Honor Roll, Log Sports Ed., Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Hi-Y,
Homeroom Program Planning Comm., Ushers. Q
EDWARD DEPP Q9
SERENA DESCOVICH .ra QQ'
Honorary Member of Student Congress. Lo, 'Wig SQ' ,QQW
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VIRGINIA LEE DICK
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log Co-Ed.,
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Red Cross.
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin Board Sq.,
ALBERT N. DISALVIO
Chess, Rifle, Intramural Basketball.
FRANK R. DOERZBACHER
DAVID C. DOLE
Honor Roll, Student Court, Golf, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Public Address.
JAMES R. DOUGLASS
I. MALCOLM DOWLINC
MARSHALL M. DRAKE, IR.
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, -l.V. Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y,
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MARGARET E. DREYV
Ilonor Roll, Log, Ii0l'l1Cl'O0lIl OH., C.A.A., Range Rockcttc, F.T.A., Medical.
A. TURNEY UUFF
Honor Roll, Homcrooin OH., Track, XVrc-stling C0-Capt., I.V. Track.
LOUIS P. DUFRESNE
Honor Roll, Iloincroom Qfi., Clv1nistry,Sq., Projection,Physics Sq., XVays
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Football, XVrcstling, Intramural Balskctligh wh 4 S-' '5
CHARLES L. DUNKER Y'
Honor Roll, llolncroom Off., Intramural Sports, Projection, Chorus, Band.
.IANE F. EASTON
Activitics Kcy, Log, Student Court, IIOIIICIUOIH Off., Cheerleader Co-Capt.,
DONNA JEAN ECKFELD
Lantcrn, ii0lllL'I'0OlIl Off., C.A.A., Range Rockettc, Y-Teens, Library Sq.
Hoincrooln Oilf, lntraimiral liaskctbali.
KIARIAN ELIZABETH ELBORNIC
Lanti-rn, Log, G.A.A., Hospitality.
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CAROL STABILE and SANDY DERIPSEY NANCY MEIDER and BILL BRASHARES
RICHARD B. EMERICK
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Chemistry Sq.
Physics Sq., Ushers.
JOHN F. EMMERLINC
Baseball, I.V. Cross Country, Intramural Basketball.
MARY SUSAN ENRICHT
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom
Off., C.A.A., Leaders' Club. Medical.
GERALD A. EPPS
Homeroom Off., Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Chemistry Sq.
JOHN PAUL ERLER
Track, j.V. Track, Physics Sq., Stage Crew, Senior Play.
HELENE YV. ESTEL
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockctte, Chorus.
ALICE ELEANOR EVANS
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off.
C.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.T.A., Attendance, Devotional, Red Cross.
PETE W. FAVILLE
Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Swimming, Track, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y.
ULRIKE M. A. FEYH
Honorary Member of Student Congress, Red Cross.
DENISE DAY FIFE
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens,
NANCY LOUISE FINK
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
MARY CLAIRE FITCH
Homeroom Off., Range Rockette, Chorus.
DAVID P. FITZGERALD
LV. Football, J.V. Track,
JOHN CARY FITZGERALD
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Football, Intramural Basketball.
JEAN BARBER FLYNN
SYDNEY S. FORBES
Honor Roll, Homcroom Off.
-IOHN XI. FRAME
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty Ed.,
Devotional, Scholastic, Band.
,IAMEE Il. FRANCIS
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Mounty
Business Ed., Ilomeroom Off., Range Rockette, Honor Award, Chorus, Triple
LOUISE B. FRANCO
Lantern Art Ed, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Public Address, Ushers,
XVays and Means.
YVILLIAM A. FRONEK
Rifle, Biology Sq., Band, Dance Band, Orchestra.
PAULA KAY FRY
National Honor Society, Advisory Council. Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student '
Congress Sec., G.A.A,, Range Rockettc, Decorating. '
ROBERT C. FULLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Log, Honieroom Off., J.V. Basketball,
Hi-Y, Projection, Trallic.
MARGARET ELIZABETH GALEY
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Circulation Mgr.,
Homeroom Off., Rifle, G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Teens Off.
JOHN W. GARLITZ
Activities Key, Student Court, Homeroorn Off., Basketball, Track, I.V.
Honor Roll, Lantern, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Honor Award, Library Sq., Chorus
IUDITH A. CEBHARDT
Honor Roll. Log, C.A.A., Devotional, Chorus.
EMILY MAY GEESEMAN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Y-Teens, Studio, Thespians, Ushers, Chorus
Triple Trio, Senior Play.
EDWARD R. CIBBONS
Football, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
HELEN CLAIRE GILBERT
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Devilette Ed.
Y-Teens, Honor Award, Hospitality.
WENDY ANN GILBERT
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Teens
Attendance, Red Cross.
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Red Cross, Band.
BRUCE E. GODVVIN
Honor Roll, Attendance, Projection.
ROBERT K. GODXVIN
WVILLIAM M. COEBEL
BARBARA C. GOETZ
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Cheerleader, Y-Teens,
BARBARA JOAN COMBER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.
Range Rockette, Y-Teens.
RAYMOND H. COODRICH
PHYLLIS E. GOODWIN
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens Off.
LINDA M. GORGES
Honor Roll, G.A.A.
IUDITH A. GREEN
Honor Roll, Log Classes Ed., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.,
Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Intramural Tennis, G.A.A., Attendance.
PATRICIA ANN GREGORY
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Majorette, Range Rockette, Y-Teens, Decorating.
GERALDINE THERESE GROSSO
Lantern, Log, G.A.A. Council, Attendance, Decorating.
ROBERT B. GUTHRIDGE
Intramural Basketball, Band.
BARBARA LYNNE GUY
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
DANIEL L1 HALLER
Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Traflic.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Swimming, W1'estlir1g, Hi-Y
Formal Concert, Orchestra.
MIMI R. HAMMER
G.A.A., Range Rockettc, Medical.
CYNTHIA J. HAMMOND
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens
Attendance, Library Sq.
LINDA MARION HANLY
ANN ELLEN HART
EDWARD L. HARTMAN
Homeroom Off., Tennis, Intramural Basketball.
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Nleclical, "Color on the Loose."
ARTHUR W. HEDCREN
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Track, J.V. Cross
Country, LV. Track, Intramural Basketball.
RICHARD YV. HEINENIAN
Cafeteria, Chemistry Sq. Co-Clim., Public Aclclress Clim., Band.
Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
CARL P. HENSLER
CHARLOTTE L. HERINC-
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Recl Cross, Orchestra.
DALE I. HERRINGTON
Lantem, Log, Homeroom Off., Colf, Intramural Sports.
PRISCILLA LYNN HERRNIANN
C.A.A., Library Sq.
BRAINIEST CUTEST COUPLE
IANET ACKENHEIL and DAVE BURNHAM PAT CURRAN and SANDY DEMPSEY
HARRIET H. HERVET
JOSEPH H. HICKMAN
RHODA V. HICKMAN
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library Sq.
MARJORIE JEAN HILL
Log, Intramural Tennis, G.A.A., F.T.A., Attendance, Medical.
VICTOR E. HILL
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Mounty
Homeroom Off., Devotional, Scholastic Chm., Traffic, Formal Concert. ,
GEORGE PAUL HIXSON, II
Honor Roll, Mounty, Projection Chm.. Ways and Means.
CARL E. HJERPSTEDT
Football, Track, Intramural Sports..
LYNN VIRGINIA HODGES
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Teens, F.T.A.
Library Comm., Chorus.
GAYLE BERNEICE HOFFXIANN
Lantern GAA Y Teens FTA Attendan L'l S N l
1 , . . ., - , . . ., . ce, Urary q., .Iecical, Mays
LINDA S. HOFMANN
Homeroom Off., Y-Teens, Devotional, Chorus, Triple Trio, "Color on the
WILSON XV. HOLES
Track, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Football, Hospitality.
DAVID R. HOLMES
Football Mgr., Band.
ROBERT S. B. HOLMES
Projection, Physics Sq., Trailic.
MARGARET E. HOLTZ
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom
Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Chemistry Sq., Thespians.
JANET L. IIOLZIIAUSER
Devotional, Library Sq., Band.
MARTHA JEAN HOOD
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.
RICHARD lj. HOSKIN
llonor Roll, Homcrooni Off., Biology Sq., Cheinistry Sq., Projection, YVays
JAMES M. IIUSK
Baseball, Intramural Basketball, lli-Y.
CONSTANCE EVELYN IIUTCHINS
Homeroom Off., G.A,A., Range Roclccttc, Y-Toons, Information.
SALLY J. HYDE
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Tct-ns, Attcnclancc, Bulletin Board Sq., Cafeteria
Hostess, Lilnrary Sq.
JAMES F. INDERXVISH
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Sports, Dccoruting.
JOAN MIRIANI JACKSON
National Honor Socicty, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantcrn Circulation Eel.,
Homcroom Oll., C.A,A.. Range- Roclccttc, Y-Tccns, F.T.A., LilJra1'y Sq.
RICHARD A. JENNY
ROBERT DRENV JOHNSON
IIOINCYOOIH Ofl., Intraunural Sports.
JEAN RUTH ,IOIINSTON
Ilonor Roll, IIOIHKTUUIII Off., C.A.A., Y-Tccns, F.T.A., Decorating, Ushers,
YVays ancl Nleans, Chorus.
SUSAN E. JORDAN
Hoxncroom Off., C..-XA., Raugc Rot-kcttc, Hospitality, Cafctcria Hostess.
ANDREA L. JOSEPH
C.A.A,, Rangc Roclwttc, Y-Tccns, IIll4Ol'lHiltl0ll, R4-tl Cross.
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Baseball, Ifltl'illl1lll'ill Baskctlmall, Cafctcria, llrojcction.
NANCY E. KARKALL.-X
Honor Roll, Log, llOIlIt'l'O0l1l Oll., F.'l'.A., Information, Medical.
Honor Roll, Homcroonr Oil., Football, J.V. lfootliall, JN. Track, Il'ltl'Zll1lllI'ill
IIOXVARD E. KATZXIAN
Honor Roll, I-Ionreroonr OH., Track, J.V. Baslcctliall, Hi-Y, Senior Play.
SOXJA ELLEN KENIEJUK
MARY ELLEN KENNEDY
Lantern, Xlounty, C.A.A,, Bulletin Board Sq., Lilwrary Sq.
CEORCE NV. KEPLER, III
KEITH NV. KERRY
Honor Roll, Uslicr.
PATRICIA ANN KESSLER
C.A.A., Y-Tccns, M:-rlical.
RICHARD A. KIELEY
JEAN XVILES KING
Honor Roll, C.A.A., Attendance.
ROBERT L. KNECHT
Football, J.V. Football, Honor Award.
,JANET ANN KOBLISII
Honor Roll, Horneroom OH., C.A.A., Range Rockette, Attendance.
BARBARA T. KRASINSKI
Honor Roll, C.A.A.
JOHN R. KRAUSE, JR.
Honor Roll, Student Court, Ilomeroom Off.
DAVID P. KREDEL
HERMAN YV. KREUZER
NANCY A. KRUEGER
Honor Roll, Hoineroom Off., Basketball Mgr., J.V. Track, Intramural Sports
LOIS C. LACHRIAN
PENNY A. LANCLOIS
Honor Roll, C.A.A., XVays and Means.
JOAN CECELIA LARKIN
Attendance, Library Sq.
NANCIE RUTH LEECH
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Attendance, Medical, Information.
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Chess, Bulletin Board Sq., Library Sq.
Mounty, Homeroom Off., C.A.A. Council, Leaders' Club, Y-Teens Off.
TOM E. LEIB
Honor Roll, Homeroom.Off., Track, Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y.
CORNELIA T. LEITHOLF
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Cafeteria Hostess, Decorating.
NORMAN G. LEITHOLF
Cross Country, j.V. Cross Country, Track.
Lantern Make-Up Ed., Homeroom Off., Range Rockette.
IUDITH E. LEWIS
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Sq.
room Off., G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Teens Off., Devotional.
PATRICIA ANNE LINN
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Library Sq., Band, Homeroom Program Planning Comm
PETER RICHARD LIOON
Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Track, j.V. Cross Country, Intramural Basket
ball, Devotional, Hospitality.
HARRY R. LOEWV
Honor Roll, Homerooni Off., Intramural Sports.
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MOST ATHLETIC MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
PEGGY GALEY and CHUCK REINHOLD PAULA FRY and BILL MALARKEY
Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern Ed., Home-
ROBERT E. LONG
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Biology Sq., Chemistry Sq., Studio.
MADELYN H. LOWERY
Range Rockette, Y-Teens Off.
C.A.A. Council, Cheerleader, Range Rockette.
DAVIS B. LUMPKIN
LOUIS S. LUNARDINI
Mounty, Bulletin Board Sq., Studio.
CATHERINE M. LYNCH
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty Asst. Ed.. C.A.A., Bulletin Board Sq
Chm., Library Sq.
PATRICIA CAIL LYNN
Honor Roll, C.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Red Cross.
SANDRA L. MACAN
Y-Teens, Achievement Chm.
DARLENE ROSE MAGELLAN
Lantern, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Ilospitality, Medical.
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L" Honor Roll, Homerooin Off., I.V. Cross Country, j.V. Track, Intramural
YVILLIAM B. MALARKEY
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Base-
ball, Basketball, Football.
ROGER A. MALLORY
Honor Roll, Chemistry Sq., Physics Sq., Projection, Stage Crew, Ways and
MAUREEN C. MALONE
Lantern, Mounty, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus, Band.
DENNIS M. MALONEY D'
I.V. Cross Country, Traflic, Chorus. Sr'
National Honor Society, ,Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern,
Mounty, Homeroom Off., Medical, Red Cross.
NORMAN R. MANZIONE
Football, Swimming, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.
GEORGE F. MARSHALL
Comm., Track Mgr.
MARCIA R. MARTIN
PAUL G. MARTIN
BARBARA ANN MAXSON
JOHN H. MAYER
RHONDA K. MQAFOOS
JAIVIES E. MCCALMONT
Cafeteria, Traffic, Band.
THOMAS J. MCCRORY
DAVID J. MCDONALD
National Honor Society, Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Stu-
dent Congress Pres., Homeroom Off., Football Decorating Parking Comm.
Chm., Senior Play.
PATRICIA L. MCDONALD
Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom OH., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Ushers.
MARY ELLEN MCELROY
Honor Roll, Log, IIomeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Medical, Ways and
M. JANE MCCINNIS
Range Rockette, Cafeteria Hostess, Library Sq.
BONNIE LEE McKEE
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Art Sq., Attendance, Medical, Ushers.
KATHERINE H. McKEE
Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Bulletin Board Sq.
JOAN LEE MQKEEN
Mounty, G.A.A., Range Ror-kette, Medical, Ushers Capt.
Football, J.V. Football, J.V.
Homeroom Off., Cross Country Mgr., Intramural Tennis, Foreign Exchange
SHERRIN LYNN MARSHALL
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Sq., Medical Sq., Chorus.
Honor Roll, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
Mounty, Cafeteria, Projection, Traffic, Band.
Honor Roll, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Tecus, Decorating, Devotional, Library Sq
Track, Intramural Sports, Hospitality
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CYNTHIA J. MCKNIGHT I
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Student
Congress Sec., Homeroom Oil., Y-Teens OH., Devotional, Social Chm,, Chorus,
MICHAEL G. MCLAUGHIN
J.V. Basketball, Intramural Basketball.
MICHAEL B. MCMAHON
Lantern, Homeroom Off., J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intramural Basket-
JAMES S. MCMICHAEL
Homeroom Off., YVrestling, Cafeteria, Devotional.
NANCY LEE MEIDER
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Cheerleader Co-Capt.
JANICE G. MEINEN
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Devotional, Medical, Red Cross, Chorus.
KATHLEEN A. MELHAM
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Decorating, Make-Up.
AUDREY JOYCE MELMAN
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Homeroom
Off., Blue Devil, Y-Teens OH5., Thespians, Orchestra, Senior Play.
ERICH MEREDIG, JR.
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Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Art Sq., Red Cross, Chorus, "Color on the
JERRY L. MEYER
JOSEPH CHARLES MEYER
CAROLYN F. MIHM
G.A.A., F.T.A. Off., Medical, Ways and Means, Chorus.
CAROL LYNN MILHISER
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
BARBARA JANE MILLER
Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Red Cross, Chorus.
DAVID R. MILLER
Lantern, Baseball, Football, XVrcstling, Intramural Basketball.
LINDA KAREN MILLER
Activities Key and Guard, Ilonor Roll, Mounty Typing Ed., Student Court,
G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Devotional, Red Cross, XVays and Means.
Homeroom Off., Football, Biology Sq., Chemistry Sq.
SANDRA LEE MILLER
BARBARA C. NIOELLER
Activities Key, L2lIItt'I'lI, Log, C.A.A., Imaiclors' Club, Y-Teens, XVZIYS and
Rh-uns, Chorus, Devotional, Dcvilvttt-.
LEII7' C. NIOLLO
IIonor Roll, II1tI'2llI'1lll'LII Sports.
NIARY LOU NIOLNAR
Log. C.A.A., Y-Toons. F.'l'.A., LiIu'nry Sq. Chm., Red Cross.
ROBERT A. MONTGOMERY
ig: Cross Country, Truck, Cufm-tc-i'iai.
Honor Roll, C.A.A., Y-Tc-ons.
LEILA VARNER NIOORE
National Honor Society, Activities Kvy, Honor Roll, -Lantern, Homcroom
Off., C.A.A., Range Rockcttv, F.T.A., Public Address.
O. EYVING MOORE
Intramural Bnskctlmll, CllI.K'tltI'Iil. Om-Iicstm.
Log, C.A.A.. Y-Teens, F.T.A.. i-Xttviuialiicv.
MOST SOPHISTICATED MOST TALENTED
SUE ENRIGHT and CLAUDE RHEN JUDY SINGER and VIC HILL
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KATHRYN RUTH MORTON
ISAAC DAVID MOSKOYVITZ
Cross Country Capt., Track Co-Capt., Cafeteria, Orchestra.
SYLVIA SUE MULLINC
Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,y Y-Teens, Attendance, Band, Orchestra
SHEILA ANN MULVIHILL
C.A.A., Majorette, Range Rockctte, Y-Teens, Dccorating.
FRANCIS S. MUNS
Honor Roll, Cafeteria Host, WVays and Means.
LINDA ANN MURRAY
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
PATRICIA A. MUSCHICK
FRED J. MYERS
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JAMES S. NELSON
ERNEST MARK NEASE
Football, Track, VVrestling, j.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y,
j.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Traffic, Chorus.
CARYLE FAYE NEVILLE
C.A.A., Y-Teens, Art Sq., Decorating, Medical, Red Cross. '
DONALD I. NICHOLSON
Log, Cross Country, I.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
RICHARD M. O'BRIEN
Homeroom Off., Parking Comm., Projection, Publicity.
PAUL I. O'CONNOR
JOYCE A. OHLECER
I.V. Football, I.V. Trac
MARLENE ANN PAGANELLI
Lantern, Mounty, Art Sq., Library Sq., Medical, Red Cross.
JAMES E. PALM
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria,
SUZANNE MARIE PARDINI
Lantern, Log, C.A.A., Attendance, Library Sq., Medical, Chorus.
XVILLIAM F. PARK
Cross Country, Wrestling.
JANICE MARTHA PAULSEN
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off.,
Y-Teens Off., Attendance, NVays and Means.
ROGER C. PETERS
PAULA M. PIIELPS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin
Board Sq., Cafeteria Hostess, Chorus.
JUNE YV. PHILLIPS
Log, Range Rockette, Y-Teens, Bulletin Board Sq.
EDXVIN F. PIERCE
L. RAYMOND PIERSON -
JUDITH M, PLETCHER
JAMES H. POELLOT
Honor Roll, Projection.
VIRGINIA KAY POWELL Joy
National Honor Society, Activiti s K , Hon Ro , Lan n, Log Busi 's K
Mgr., Homeroom Off., Y-Teens, Devot' nal, Ways and Means. 97
JANET M. POWERS
National Honor Society, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor
Roll, Lantern Feature Ed., Log, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens, Honor Award Comm.
JOHN M. PREZIOSO
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Sports.
MARY E. PRICE
MARY LOU PYLE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom OII., G.A.A., Information, Library Sq., Red
SANDRA ANN RAMBO
Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Attendance, Make-Up, Ways and
CAROL DAWN RAMSTEAD
JOHN R. RATIGAN
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Literary Ed., Mounty Ed.,
llomeroom Oil., Intramural Sports, Devotional, Publicity.
DOUGLAS S. RAYMOND
Mountv, Ilomeroom Off., Ushers.
GERALD L. REBER
DAVID XV. REED
National Honor Society, Activities K
Sq., Devotional Chm., XVays and Mea
JEROME L. REICIISTETTER
CHARLES ENIERSON REINI IOLD
ey, Honor Roll, Mounty, Chess, Chemistry
Student Congress Vice-Pres., Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, Football,
Track, Ili-Y, Decorating.
ROBERT A. REITZ
Football, Track. Intramural Basketball, Ili-Y, Cafeteria Host.
ALAN CAMERON RENTON
JAMES E. REYNOLDS
Rifle, J.V. Football, Intranlnral Sports, Traffic.
CLAUDE P. RIIEN
Homeroom OIT., Tennis, J.V.' Football, Intramural Basketball, F.T.A., Cafe
BONNIE B. RICIIARDS
MARY ELIZABETH RIDLON
JUDITII ANN RISDON
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Roekette, Y-Teens, Information, Medical, Recl Cross
GORDON ROBINSON RITTER
Parking Comm., TraH'ie.
GEORGE B. ROBECK
Honor Roll, Rlounty, Homeroom Off., Decorating, Stage Crew.
PATRICIA J. ROBERTSON
G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Band.
EDVVARD P. ROBISON
Football, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football, Biology Sq.
MARTHA HOOD and DICK BRAKEN
THOMAS S. ROBINSON
Home-room Off., Baskctball, Track.
WILLIAM NV. ROBINSON
KAREN ELFRIEDE ROGERS
Y-Tecns, Chorus, Triplc Trio.
Bl. PATRICIA ROHM
National Honor Socicty, Activities Kcy, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom OIT.
G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Tccns, llonor Award.
ELMER R. ROSCOE
Homeroom Off., Track, Intramural Sports.
XVILLIAM C. ROSCOE
JOHN K. ROSS
Homeroom Off., Bancl.
JOHN ROBERT ROWE, IR.
Activities Key, Ilonor Roll, Homcrooin Off., Football, I.V. Track, Intramural
Basketball, Decorating Clnn.
JEANETTE P. SARANDOS
C.A.A., Y-Tccns, Attendance, Mcclical.
SUZANNE PARDINI and BILL SNYDER
WVARREN S. SAUNDERS
Tennis, YVrestling, Intramural Sports, Senior Play.
MARGARET LOUISE SCHATZMAN
Honor Roll, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
CAROLE ANN SCHAUP
Honor Roll, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library Sq., Senior Play.
NORMA JEAN SCHOEN
Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Art Sq., Medical, Thespians
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens.
ROBERT EDWARD SCLIFFET
CAROL E. SCOTT
Mounty, G.A.A., Check Room Sq. Chm., Ways and Means.
JOHN F. SCOTT
ROBERT I. SCOTT
Honor Roll, Chemistry Sq., Physics Sq., Band.
PHILIP A. SEDLAK
Honor Roll, Senior Play.
FRED C. SHEPLER, JR.
NVrestling, J. V. Football, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
JOSEPH C. SHRUM
Intramural Basketball, Cafeteria, Band.
CAROLE L. SIMMS
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Medical.
E. MICHAEL SINCLAIR
IUDITH E. SINGER
Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Red Cross, Chorus, Band, Formal
ELIZABETH A, SLAGLE
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Y-Teens, Honor Award.
Medical, Red Cross.
Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
DONALD C. SMITH, IR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football Mgr., Intramural Sports, Hi-Y.
ROBERT T. SMITH
WILLIAM S. SMITH
National Honor Society, Honor Roll, Homeroom OH., Projection.
NV. TERRY SMITH
Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Hi-Y, Cafeteria, Projection.
VALERIE K. SNEE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens.
WILLIAM H. SNYDER
Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Basketball.
MYRNA IRENE SOUCH
SAMUEL V. SPAGNOLO
Homeroom Off., Track, Intramural Basketball.
PAUL A. SPARROW
Stage Crew, Thespians.
CAROL J. STABILE
Mounty, G.A.A., Library Sq., Medical.
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library Sq.
LINNIE LOU STEINER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Information Co-Chm., Chorus.
JAMES F. STEMPLE
JUDITH DORIS STERN
Mounty, G.A.A., F.T.A., Bulletin Board Sq., Information.
CAROL JEAN STEVENSON
Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
JEFFREY E. STOKES
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Hi-Y. Traflic.
RICHARD CARLETON STONE
Swimming, Chemistry Sq., Devotional Choir, Traffic, Chorus.
CLAUDIA A. STROYD
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Library Sq., Medical, Red Cross.
LINDA SUSAN SUTHERLAND
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., C.A.A.. W
Y-Teens Off., Usherettcs, Chorus, Band, Dance Band.
DAVID P. SUTTER
Baseball, Cross Country, Intramural Basketball.
STEPHEN A. SUTTON
BETTY VAN SWEARINCEN
Log, Mounty, C.A.A., Y-Teens. F'.T.A., Library Sq.
Homeroom Oil., C.A.A., Cheerleader, Cafeteria Hostess, Medical. '
ROGER PAUL SWIGART
Honor Roll, Homcroom Off., Baseball, Intramural Sports, Band.
DORTHY EILEEN TAGCART
Honor Roll. Lantern, Log. Home-room OH., C.A.A., Attendance, Information. 1. .ggi
SANDI M. TAUBERG
Lantern. C.A.A., Range Rockette, Library Sq.
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Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A. Council, F.T.A., IVays and Means.
BARBARA LEE TISCHLER
Lantern, Logg Mounty, Homerooin Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Cafeteria
RUSSELL B. TOURNAY
Golf, Swimming, Intramural Basketball, Band.
BARBARA ANNE TRACKETT
Honor Roll, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Homeroom Program Planning Comm.,
Red Cross, Orchestra.
PATRICIA A. TRANT
G.A.A., Y-Teens Decorating, Library Sq., Chorus.
MARY M. TRIGGS
Honor Roll, Homerooiu Off., C.A.A., Chorus.
ROBERT R. TROCANO
SHERIDAN L. TRUESDALE
Homeroom OFF., Basketball, Golf, Information, Traflic.
JOHN S. TURNBULL
Intramural Sports, Traflic, Orchestra.
ARVID GARY TURNQUIST
National Honor Society, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Student Con
gress Pres., Homeroom Off., Rifle, Track, Stage Crew.
JOHN VAN XKJRST
Activities Key, Log, Cross Country, Track, I.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports
Parking Sq., Ushers, VVays and Means Chm.
PETER R. VEA
Homeroom Off., Tennis, Intramural Sports, Traffic, Orchestra.
BERNADETTE L. VISOCKY
Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Attendance.
SUSAN JANE VOIGT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom OH., C.A.A., Cafeteria Hostess, Medical.
SHARON RUTH WAGNER
Lantern, Log, Y-Teens, Information, NVays and Means.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom OH., Cross Country, j.V.
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Sports.
BONNIE ANN WALKER
C.A.A., Art Sq.
JOSEPHINE M. WALTER
Lantern, Log, C.A.A.
JOHN B. IVALTON I
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., J,V. Football,
Cafeteria, Hospitalityg Public Address.
Lantern, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Cafeteria Hostess, Library Sq., Red Cross, Chorus.
JOHN D. YVEAVER
Homeroom Off., Rifie, j.V. Football, I.V. Track, Intramural Basketball.
LINDA LOUISE VVEIR
Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders' Club.
K. RONALD YVEIS
Homeroom Off., Intramural Basketball, Traffic Chm.
JUDITH ANN XVHALEY
Lantern, C.A.A., Y-Teens, Art Sq., XVays and Means, Chorus.
A. JANE WIAN
Y-Teens, Scholastic, Band.
Honor Roll, Mounty.
CHARLES THOMAS WILLIAMS
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Red Cross, Ways and Means
BONNIE RUTH WILSON
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library Sq., WVays and Means.
DAVID I. WINSLOW
RICHARD A. WOLF
Honor Roll, Mounty, Devotional.
ARTHUR F. T. VVOLFF
Homeroom Off., Track.
Homeroom OE., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
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ELIZABETH T. WRIGHT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders' Club, Y-Teens,
JUDITH LEE WRIGHT
Homeroom Off., Range Rockette, Chorus, Triple Trio.
ROBERT M. WRIGHT, IR.
Tennis, Football Mgr.
JANE M. WURSTER
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens OE.
JOHN DAVID ZEPH
Homeroom OH., Football, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y,
Stage Crew, Traiiic.
JOHN C. ZIMMERMAN
CHARLES A. ZIVIC
Cross Country, Track, Intramural Basketball.
JOHN A. ZYWAN
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of '57 too late for senior pictures
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sparkling stuff, for social activities comprised an im-
portant phase of their high school this year.
But there are more serious elements, too, included in
the make-up of the junior. Through hard work and
concentrated effort, the class of ,58 often made headlines.
The turning point of their careers at Mt. Lebanon
came in September when they eagerly gave up their
sophomoric status to become upperelassmen. A hectic
but rewarding year was spent trying to "hold their own
with the Jonesesi'-the much-envied seniors.
After two years of biding their time, the class of ,558
is now ready to proceed, with fingers crossed and hopes
high, to take its place at the top.
ll-1 MRS. DAVIS
Row 1: Sue Gullion, Daryl Ceisinger, Gretchen Smith, Nancy Fry,
Jean Ray, Nancy Reed. Row 2: Ellen Folan, Irene Vogel, Carol
MacDonald, Judy Fisher, Connie Curtin, Judy Robinson. Row 3:
Jeff Powell, Lynne Speckhals, Lois Martin, Marty Bosworth,
Robert Mahoney. Row 4: Bill Hofrichter, Tom Toperzer, George
Schein, Donald Ritenour, YVilliam" Missel, Robert McCrory.
Row 5: Dick Johnston, Ken Thompson, Cary Henderson, Robert
Kidner, John Meyers, Edward llaycs.
ll-2 MR. CUODYVIN
Row 1: Norma Blackburn, Prissy Booth, Donna Francis, Chris Von
Stocker, Stella Hulsberg, Nancy Headley, Sally Coltman, Edith
Young, Judy Hoener, Diane Davies. Row 2: Bill Lynch, Dong
Naismith, Dave Campbell, Jim St. Clair, Bob Albright, Tim
Parsons, Dave Brownlee, John Mintun, Norm Sterling, Burt Cohn,
John Muncaster. Row 3: Dick Dufner, Jim Higgins, Jim Pach,
Anne Potter, Jill Galbraith, Marilyn Brianp Sandy Lamont, Jane
Trevaskis, Joan Arndt, John Hentllorn ,'B'l1 Davison, Russell
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11-3 MR. BECK
How 1: Carol Thompson, Peggy Bowser, joy Kramer, Ardith Maurholli,
Connie Daugherty, Carol Nobel, Judie Jesteadt, Lynn Dambacli, Charlotte
Xlcklillen, Marilyn Nlasterson. How 2: Jack Zimmerman, Bill Sliortreed, Ray
Comfort, jim Strader, Dave Tricger, Dave joseph, Todd Elliott, Don Boch,
Bob Loufck, Lynn Love, Cuy Borrelli. Row 3: Scott Redding, Janice
Bistricky, Ann Snee, ,lean Aslbury, joan Melcher, Paula Hutchinson, Ioan
Hall, Nedria Kerr, Pinky Henry, Bill Van Meter.
11-4 MRS. IIARTMAN
Row 1: Ieanie Brant, Judie Flinn, Sucllcn Davis, Barb Haughery, Nancy
Hoover, Sue XVetmore. How 2: Rosemary Thuransky, Arlene Bryan, Blanche
Cartwright, Barbara NVatson, jane Langreth, Carol XVilson. Row 3: Tom
Ricca, Suzanne Heritage, Margie Humeston, Doima Thomas, Roger XVeig-
man. Row 4: joel Heitmeier, Steve Klagoon, Herb Christman, Carl Moslener,
Mike Nicholson, Allan Hughes. Row 5: David Swisher, Nlide NVarnes, Nicky
Atria, Russ jordan, Robert Budavich.
ll-5 MR. CLARK
Row 1: Alison Young, Indy japp, Sandy XVilsman, Nancy Modery, Kathie
Ortoff, jean Lingham, Gladys Smail, Gloria Carmen, Carolyn Trautman,
Marilyn Klostermeyer. How 2: jerry Cooper, jan Szafranski, Paul Fuzzard,
Ronald Dornetta, Frank NVadsworth, Dick Miller, Jon Harris, joe Cantelupe,
James Anthon, Philip Sherman, jon NVarmbein. Row 3: Beverly Brush,
Bonnie Mancini, Nola Carroll, john Fleming, Richard Perkins, Craig Brown,
Russell Thompson, Ford Kimmel, Linda Greenberg, Joanne Luxbacher,
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11-15 MISS IIUBACHER
How 1: Marlene Oswick, Irene Schietinger, Peggy Klingenslnith, Sandy
Felicetti, Nancy Desport, Diana Gibbs, Sue Bletzinger, Mary Jane Dillon,
Barbara Vornclran, Ann Thompson. Row 2: Sam Chiado, Rudy Hoover
Earl Smith, Ken Friskc, jack Henderson, Duncan Brown, Arthur Low,
Dick XValker, Terry Cunniff. Row 3: Bob Freeman, Lynne Nolte, Mary
Ann YVolH, Kathy Lynott, Gus Chelquist, Bruce Stittsworth.
11-16 MISS CURTIS
Row 1: lane Durner, Nancy Cooke, Camille Siplc, Linda XVhitehouse, Lois
Mueller, joan Rech. Row 2: Sue Lightner, Teresa Battaglia, Polly Bowser,
Barbara Schaefer, Beverly Brown, Nancy Lcsker, Debbie Taylor. How 3:
Ernest Lcnthall, Ierrine Ehlers, Allene Murphy, lanct Buck, Tom Pollok,
Don Moore. Row 4: Richard Oliver, Morris Baier, jim Crawford, Albert
Fraser, Jack Houser, Fred Humphrey. Row 5: Clarence Renshaw, Roger
Dolanch, John Zinnnerinan, John Kelly, Xlexncflell Steigerwald, Dave Vfarcl,
Sam Scott. tv " U'
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Phil Rohm, 11-11, George McKee, 11-9. Buck Row: Estelle Buchheit, 11-4,
Virginia Butterworth, 11-12, Dave Meagher, 11-16, Pat Kidney, 11-13,
Sandy Thornton, 11-4.
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11-12 MISS NESBITT
How 1: Nancy Blake, Barlmara Sites, Jo Ann McKay, Adrianne Keniejuk,
Susie King, Judy Dailey, Elaine Davison, Janet Jones, Janet Smith, Melinda
Smith. Row 2: Bob Clarke, Owen Carter, Bill McClure, Dennis Duerksen,
Allan Ilerlmig, Al Jones, Steve Crouch, Jack Airhart, Philip Bumpus, Dick
Mounts, Bill llolohan, Dick Justiss. Row 3: Dick Gunning, Dennis Hudson,
Pain Peterinan, Judy Reynolds, Laura Rovegno, Joan XValker, Audrey
Tliompson, Barla Elliott, Jay Nlering, Tom Graves.
11-13 MISS NIANNING
Row 1: Joan Geiser, Gene Sedlaehek, Ann Furlong, Marty Nlulliken, Gail
Galloway, Georgia Brodine. How 2: Sonya Jones, Marilyn Sinnns, Edith
Knipe, Sally Miller, Nan Lukens, Joan Burnham, Jeanette Ziminering.
How 3: D. Jerry Elani, Bill Nagel, Dave Martin, Larry Thompson, Jan
Burkett. Row 4: Wlfflfer Geiser, Boll XVray, James Forrester, Charles
Borgerqng, XVade Algeo. Row 5: Roy Roscoe, Toni Staek, Bill Bashforth, I
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Row 1: Donna Bidinger, Evie Banta, Gail Bennett, Kathryn Van Atta,
Nancy Taylor, Kathy llopper, Ginny Cole, Pat Moroney, Pat Price, Ben
Joyce Edwards. How 2: Sally Simpson, Joe Calmes, Ed Zimsky, Leigh
Shields, John Nleury, Boh Pierce, George Thompson, Steve Jaeger, Lee
Foltz, Suzann XYatson, Nlarney MQ-Millen. Row 3: John Benn, Steve Kauf-
man, Ned Garnhart, Bill Fitzgerald, Edward Becker, Edward Thomas.
- 11-9 MRS. HINNE
Rlow 1: Joyce Cunningham, Rosemary LaManna, Marty Manley, Sonja
Yainshon, Gloria Scwchak, Ruth Ann Crichley, Pat Champion, Carol Vogel,
Sandi Faircloth, Betty McClay. Row 2: Matthew Selan, Boh XVilhelni,
Butch Kareh, Richard Snebergcr, Bruce Menke, Edward Bicg, Noel Hols-
houser, Paul Sica, Frank Sgro, john Busse. Row 3: Jay Land, Florence
McLennan, Judy McKibben, Carol Franke, Linda Livengood, Iacquie Angel,
Nancy Brown, Toni Livengood, -
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11-10 MISS SHAVLB
How 1: Io Mitchell, Linda lfithian, Susan Egmore, Barbara Alpern, Linda
Conaway, llelene Sainrick. Row 2: Connie Sternicr, Pat Cunningham, Pat
Adams, Marty Anderson, Becky Stone, Gerrianna Fife. How 3: Cary Class,
Clenn Rock, Margie llaynos, Betty Hice, Peter Peckham, Anthony Podoln-
nik. How 4: john Sowa, Chris Petty, Peter llochler, Gus Oakley, Jonathan
App. Row 5: Iini Layton, jcflry Weiss, Fax Rector, Kenneth Dohner, john
11-11 MISS RlC1lrl'M1HE
Row 1: Penny Wcisc, Linda MacLean, Myra jared, Peggy Falke, Ann
Boggs, Myrna Karcis, Kathy Leis, Nancy Pc-arson, Betty Briggs, Judy Young.
How 2: Clinton Hodder, Bill Trethewey, Tom Lohrentz, George Cain, David
Dozer, Bob Reinstadtler, Bill Fisher, Dan Davidson, Chuck Mueller, John
Haller. Row 3: Bill Crnnnner, Mary jo Krause, Maryhce NVillia1ns, Lynne
Davis, Nancy Vanderslice, Sally McSteen, Jane Moran, Linda Blanquart,
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ll-6 MISS THORPE ,
Row 1: jackie Moeller, Carol Barson, Pat Fisher, Pat Tichenor, Sue NVil-
liains, Mona Thompson, Sue Bauman, Peggy Sanders, Sue. Martz, Claudia
Grant. How 2: Suzanne liarpcr, Herb Rentler, Robert Keim, Iim Giuliani,
Rick XVarnke, John Krugh, Bill Lawler, Tom YVasson, Richard Barker, Pat
Stewart. Row 3: Carry Connors, Ken Ross, Rich Kniss, Anthony Prezioso,
Fred Fcldmeier, Mike Clarke, Bill Smith, Kurt Ramsey. V I
11-7 MR., JONES
Row 1: Linda Ilall, Donna jones, Judy Shaiiier, Susan Dodson, Mary jane
Mordash, Gretchen Taylor. Row 2: Carol XVorst, joan Saracco, Martin'
Zollner, Kay Matthews, Iudy Mayer, Pat Ncgele, Ioan Maitland. Row 3:
Bob Becker, Nancy Madson, Ginnie Hendricks, Sue Kennedy, John Cono-
mos, XVesley Schroeder. Row 4: Tom Traynor, YVaync Larzihee, Karl Went-
zel, Jack Asthury, Dave Faulkner, Mike Higgins. Row 5: Mae Ilarper, Eddie
Beachler, Dave Bryce, Bernard Dauhe, Dennis Kraber, Dick Hartman.
- - ll-8 MISS ELMS
Row I: Suzanne Dana, Susan Herb, Bonnie Buerkle, Jane Smith, Myrna
Mandell, June Ohlegcr, Gloria Priinonato, Cindy Obey, Beverly llenry,
Mary'-Mitchell. Row 2: Otis Kelly, Russell Kowalski, Roger Phillips, Dan
Lee, Dick Copel, Don Huenefeld, Bob Hunter, Frank Northrup, Carl Creer,
Tom Lasko. Row 3: Larry llolt, Dick Carroll, Carol Martin, Alice Ann
Myers, Io Ann Vedder, jean Kreh, jean C-ira, Dan Murphy, jack Bevacqua.
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"Sophomore" comes from two Creek
words meaning 'iwise and ufoolishf, No
word could describe him hetter, for
throughout the year he bounced from
one extreme to another with dizzying
Trying to iight his way out of the
obscurity which shrouded his sect, he
excelled not only in sports but also
scholastically, proving this self-styled
i'world-beateru well on the road toward
After-school activities and social events
found the tenth grader always willing
to participate, and liheral doses of talent
hecame quite evident.
At the year's end, he was ready to
assume a somewhat more important role
as a junior, still keeping a weather eye
on his ever-closer goal-Senior Day. 1959.
lil-l XIISS NICCLUHE
Row 1: Carol Cort, Marty llylton, Dorothy
Fitch, Linda Roskain, Clerri Deinaret, Sue
Grant, Sue Engel, Diane XYillia1ns. Row 2:
Stewart llelmig, Bill XValker, Eddie Zehfuss,
Ken Potter, Bill Carman, Bill Iains, Dave
Renton, Ron Nieman. Row 3: Ruth Lorenzato,
Rosemary Pancari, .lean Landeteld, Linda
Clarry, Loretta Smith, Flo xVilli0.1HS, Judy
Stewart, Xlarie Sellger, Cynthia Barrett. How 4:
jack Moran, Thomas Miller, .lim Kletter, Dick
Marshall, jim NIeDonald, George Benson,
lil-9. NIRS. BAILEY
Row l: Kathleen Allen, Carolyn Benn, Sue Van Vorst, Marty Emerick,
Dianne lluston, Sally Grant, Lincla Poole, Faith Steverinan. Bow 2: -lack
Smith, ,lack Kleinhans, Dick Rosenhlatt, Charles Berg, Eugene Breen, Bill
Marshall, ,lim Hayes, Vince Corrigan, Pain Lore, Pat Thompson, Cheryl
Fishburn, jucly Delaeh, Bunnie Segall, Cathy O'Dea, Nancy XVilder, Sharon
Heitnieier, Ioan Moran, Sanclra Young, Toni LaNIanna. Row 3: Ben
BICCune, Richard Reizenstein, Pete Nicholson, Don Willis, Ernest Carlson,
Dick Cvarlitx. Dave Barone, Bill Palmer.
10-4 MR. TAYLOR
Row 1: Carol Aston, Margie Curl, Jackie Koch,
Nancy Maxson, Nlary Byrnes, Vanita Bauknight,
Barbara Dawley, Pat YYeaver. Row 2: Chester
Raclornsky, llenry Cassecly, Don Rieharcl, Dan
Cuerrieri, Ron Dohkin, Dave Perkins, Mike
NICCOINDS. Barry Sullivan, George XVinterS.
Row 3: Barhara Irwin, Carineline Lauricia,
Ann jones, NVencly Turner, Suellen lloeft,
Cheryl Bryant, Sue Cihson, Virginia Schroener,
Barh Crunnner. How 4: Dave Bluinfelclt, Tom
Brown, Dick Rust, Bill Shields, ,lim Flanagan,
'Pom Lyons, Cary Poreey.
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f io-3 xiRs.1fURLoNG
'Lf ow 1: Babs Jones, Xlary YVeisiger, Cale Lawrence, Donna Peters, Rita
Ciegerieh. Huw 2: Rena NIcC-innis, Mary Ann OConnor, Diana Cole. Nlary
Ann XViedt, Connie Moore. Row 3: Carol Scliuexnaini, Kloyer Richards,
Bea Favinger, Anne xvltlllttll, Indy Sherratt. Row 4: Bill Durkin. Paul
Franklin, Toni Donnelly, Sue Curran. Row 5: loseph A. Atchison, Boll
Sullivan, Bob Maxwell, Dario Castelli, Row 6: Jim Dooley, Bill Brown.
john Spiuuzza, Seott Rodgers. Row 7: Dave Bean, Al Hannnoncl, Bob
Shifiler, Bob Raffaele.
10-7 MISS SNEARY
How 1: Sue Engel, Terry Shaffer, Pat Bridges,
Judy Morris, Judy Reynolds, Pat YVard, Marlyn
Sandhaus, Ardeth Lucas. Row 2: James Price,
Larry Benintend, Fred Carpenter, Norman
Bickford, Allen Schenck, Fran Routh. Row 3:
Bonnie Higginbottom, Lin Lane, Carol Irwin,
Carol Claypool, Sue Coulter, Jane Nolan,
Valerie Anderson, How 4: Dick Martin, Tom
Toler, Jim Bateman, Ermo Sicher, Gere Grimm,
5 1 . ,5
10-5 MR. TALLMAN
Row 1: Suzanne Norton, Karen Mason, Sylvia NYinter, Susie Carroll, Sue
Paris, Barbara Estes, Jackie Koblish, Susan Rucker. Rota 2: Chuck Pet-lor,
Dale Mt-Featters, David Stuart, Roger Corn, Maine Peace, Skip Grosc,
John Rlien, Tom Shcrk. Row 3: Jean Dinguian, Rosie Visconti, Diane
Giordano, Lois Asti, Mary Batten, Margie Brown, Roberta Johnston.
Row 4: Steve Cunningham, Ricky Cobb, Mike Moss, Carl Schoen, Dave
Larry, Jim Corbett, Tom Blackwood, Graham XVeaver.
10-6 MISS FROBESE
Row 1: Carol Tomczyk, Margie Hilsinger, Margie Mt-Elray, Kathy Lane,
Maureen Reynolds. Row 2: Dianne Bixler, Bonnie Knight, Joan XVilliams,
Barbara Streams, Madelyn Shaw. Row 3: Katrina Grimm, Elaine Schneider
Vicki Anderson, May A. Connors, Grace Battaglia. Row 4: Bob Martin,
Don Dewees, Jim VVolff, Dave Paulsen. Row 5: Dave Carroll, Bob Freiland,
Steve Sohrauer, Dave'Ford. Row 6: John Rowles, Dave Hartquist, Carl
WVarnes, Ron Isenberg. Row 7: Doug Claypool, Roy Enuall, Mel Descamp,
J 1 I I
10-10 SIR. BATCIIELOR
Row I: Rita Fraser, Lisa Lindsay, Judy Peter-
sen, Betty Ann Cutclift, Judy Gira, Nancy
Hoffman, Susie Brubaker, Sally Riekert. Row 2:
Herbert Short, Torn Jordan, Fred Ohsol,
Thomas A. Beardsliall, Lee XVells, Dan Dris-
coll, John Roney, Vince Kleliinley. Row 3:
Peggy Nlusselnian, Sally Swan, Jane Fellows,
Dorothy Collins, Lana Mayberry, Carol Hall,
Vivian Leasure, Linda Schugar. Row 4: Bob
Tutt, Joe Cataio, Rich Klaffei, Bill Herman,
Phil Auhertine, Richard Bollinger, Grant
Connelly, Al NVolfers.
10-8 MRS. ADAIXISON
How 1: Linda Langherst, Xlarilyn Clausen, Bonnie Chynoweth, Anne
Irwin, Susan Todd, Beth Breitenstein, Beth Schafer, Delby Geeseinan.
How 2: David llerzog, Forrest Nieini, Bob Seymour, Cordon Knapp, Roger
Lory, Jim Barrick, Bob Stewart, Ken McDonough. How 3: Judy Reynolds,
Susan Berg, Jeanette KValker, Judy Zionts, Mareie Smith, Cynthia Price,
Diane Cortez, Judith Bayer. Row 4: Emanuel Estatico, llarry Fleck, Ray
Anderson, Bob Carney, Toni Marshall, Toni Astorino, Gary L. Forsythe,
Dave Ross, Glenn Williams.
10-9 MR. GILBERT
Row 1: Mary Ann XVelch, Rosemary Nlcklanus, Katharyn Mayes, Barbara
Hamniel, Joanne Hogg. Row 2: Penny Ferguson, Beverly NVo0d, Joyce
Kassing, Helen Ross, Xlaryanne Myers, Row 3: Betty Ann Kraier, Helen
Beaver, Janet Tuttle, Diane Ramsey. Row 4: Jiin Catalano, Skip Brunswick,
Bob Peterson, John Ridlon. Row 5: Todd Leutholt, Dick Schwarz, Ed
Glass, Rick WVendling. How 6: Bill Swearingen, Bob Davidson, Jack Bab-
cock. Row 7: Robert Bollinger, George Robinson, Larry Shreve, Art Colussy.
10-13 MISS LENK
How 1: Carole Easton, Carole Overend, Ilaxel
Crabe, Mary Calhoon, Irene Beitler, Xaney
Sander, Nan Sisk, Lenke Vietorisz. Row 2:
Riehard Reed, Leroy Kerst, Carl Aitken, Ed
Cales, John i'SteeleD Best, Fred Kelsey, Bill
Sterner, Dave Boyer. Row 3: JoAnn Cibrone,
Carole Thoma, Cretehen Iluester, Susan
Robertson, Shirley Nehrenherg, Maggie Cono-
mos, Suzy XVhite, Mary Baird. Bow 4: Bob
Fausnanght, Torn Fink, joe Manning. Ed
Stewart, Bruce Davison, Don Monrad, Conrad
Kerst, Ernie Knno.
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10-11 MISS AICLAUGIILIN
How 1: Suzanne Manoogian, Carolyn Moore, Elaine Duty, Ann Barnum,
Patty Young, Annette Gallnze, Indy Seidel, Carol Clark. Row 2: Ioe Cope-
land, Dave Paleho, Bud Vogel, Iim Breeker, Bill IIunt, jini Ekedahl, Mike
Sandridge. Row 3: Debbie Smith, Mimi Thompson. Cail Crant, Pat
Ileaston, Elinor Fiseher, Margaret Finehani, Row 4: Toni Deaton, Brad
Plummer, Frank Carclello, Joe Kiray, Bob Mt-Culla, Steve Bender, Ioanne
I0-I2 MISS BILLINCSLICY
How I: Linda Sandriclge, Naney Barnhart, Ann Stevenson, Mary I. Healey,
Arla Thomas. Bow 2: Beverly Grant, Sydney Calloway, Fontaine Dean, Sue
Callahan, Kathy Young. Hou: 3: Dave Albus, Holly YViehn, Pat Vanzin,
Judy Roesemeier, Tom Eekersley, Hou: 4: ,Inn Itowley, Dave Hughes, John
Sefton, Frank Mooney. Row 5: Bob Moore, Dan lNIeCoWn, Dale Vitte, Bill
Plummer. Row 6: Les Skender, Edward Cipriani, jan Finkel. Row 7: Bill
Rehm, Bob Coo, Lee Owens, jack Linderman.
10-14 MR. STANISII
Row 1: Penny Place, Marsha Lioon, Beth Loughren, Virginia Krut, Mary
Lou Reed, Joanna Hart, Delores Balirenos, Anna Cianciosi. Row 2: Bonnie
Beinhauer, Patricia Kelly, Susan Roberts, Kathleen Davis. Barbara Fink,
Pamela Dyer, Beth Miller, lXlLl1'g'i1l'Ct Mangold. How 3: Dicher Seainans
james Miskevics, Ken Yeckley, Bill Venscl, Paul lluelscnlneck, Fred Bailey,
Charles XVharton, John Connor, Phil Cottschall, Home 4: Dennis Sander,
Bruce McClintock, George Sirotin, Bob Caldwell, Toiu Brakcn, Dick Childs,
10-16 MR. SRP
Row 1: Audrey Ferraro, Ann Lewis, Mary
Louise Mahon, Nancy Abraham, joy XVertz,
Gretchen Keck. Row 2: Carol Beeby, Peggy
Schwartz, Nancy Taylor, Pat YVurster, Robin
Miller, Nancy BIcCleary, Carole Fulton, Donna
Houser. Row 3: Virginia Davis, Bill BIcKIunn,
R. D. Harlan, Paul Rizzo, Paul Pheneger, Bill
Kress, jim Xlalitz, Karen Christiansen. Row 4:
Chet Bachnian, jun Conley, jim Goldman,
Mike Dunham, Ted Hunger.
Toni Adair, Joseph Ott, Richard Nehilla.
10-15 MR. GUILBERT
How 1: Jerry Negcle, Mary Stilli, Susan Beidler, ,lean Scott. How 2: jucly
Button, Miriam Kelly, Darleeu Yeager, Peggy Bowers. How 3: .Indy
Krudener, Audrey Cahig, Sue Sallee, Mary Ellen Church. Row 4: Toni
Opfernian, Peter Field, Jack Mancini. Row 5: Richard Ilarris, Carman
Davis, Ron Simon. Row 6: Bill Little, Gregg Minor, Clay McClellan.
How 7: Denny Phillips, Burt XVest, Bayuier Corr.
Sophoinores Missing From Holneroom Pictures
- Front Row: Nancy Gehring, 10-7g joan
Stephens, 10-14. Back How: Kay Dewees, 10-7,
Bill Sickels, 10-16, Mary Ann Searles, 10-13,
Sandy McEachran, 10-7.
10-17 MR. LUEBBE
How 1: Frances Babyak, DeLau1'a Chappell, Becky Nlyton, Suc 1Dlll4wI'l'SIll',
Janet Davies, Bonnie Raymond, Nancy Holl, Carol Kreh. How 2: Stu
Ruclick, john Magoflin, Cathy Beck, Dee Ablauf, Beverly Burner, Karen
Shruln, Pat NVensel, Charlie Kay. How 3: Don Friencl, XVayuc Smith,
Frank DeVilling, Dave Stark, Harv Ruben, Bob XIcCabc. Row 4: Carl
Swartz, VVally Olszewski, Harry Pfencllcr, Ron Unger, Stcvc Fc-rito, Bob
10-18 MR. CRAIG
Row 1: Sandra XVillianrs, Nancy Sherboncly, Nancy Clever, Sherry Brown,
Susan Croff. Row 2: Lois Croco, jucly Beichstettcr, jucly Northrup, Maureen
McFadden. Row 3: Paula Luttig, Peggy Reynolds, Pat Laquinta, Mary
Soriano. Row 4: Vivien Battaglia, Sharon Rubenstein, Barbara YVatchorn,
Pat Pukanic. Row 5: Lynne Archbolcl, Cathy Streine, Judie Hoag, Barbara
Dilworth. How 6: Leonard Taylor, Bob Peace, Bob Esposito, Emil Schoeclcl.
How 7: Dick Foster, Larry Black, Bill Trantcr, John Gerlach.
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te Assume Responsibility
Being a freshman is ordinarily a rather dis-
couraging state. The youngest, often the
smallest, the plebe is the object of all the
abuse attendant to his station as low man on
,Q i ,W v the totem pole. The class of ,ESO sought to
ti I e overcome this handicap by blending itself as
S K ' I. A Well as possible with its mates.
fy ' ,J Q .V f' xi 5 Eager to assume responsibility, many
ig jfs'-,Q S stormed the activities oftice in search of tasks
fe f 6 ' Q which they might perform. Others sought
s S is ,sw stardom on the athletic field. while others
,:, ,resell it 'T X set envious eves on the musical and literary
W p i ws, M .
worlds. A lively social schedule provided
final proof, should it be needed, of freshman
9-l MR. FELICH
How 1: Sharon Tazza, Jane Pensoin, Judy Dickinson,
Lynne Saupe, Ian Hall, Jackie Fair, Linda Tanner,
Adele Hauser. Row 2: Charles Burns, Nancy Lamkin.
Heather McDonough, Sue Harris, Suzanne Snyder.
Karen Mansmann, Claribel Rea, Rody Nlarshall.
Row 3: Cary Close, Jim Mt-Lane, Don Niay. jim
YVatters, Robert Bigley, Art Rohrs, ,lay Youngling,
Bob Malarky, Fred Eassa. Row 4: jeri Rinehart, Bill
Shields, john Fuchs, Frank Lenard, -lay Alexander,
Tom Smith, George IIcrclienroether, john YVindfelder.
9-2 NIR. XVALKER
How 1: Regina Hancock, judy llillebrecht, Judy
Williams, Gail Rost, Holly Turner, Elizabeth Thur-
ansky, Karen NlcLenna, Janis Zivic. How 2: Mary
Ann Douglas, Kathie Cue, Susan Bakcr, Aim
NIL-Nlillan, Carol Marton, Patty Crittith, Virginia
Rapp, Leslie Coombs. Row 3: Beverly Best, Rod
Ilicks, Russell Connelly, Norman Karsten, Ilctx
Nlarsh, Darwin Silver, jim Reeves, Bob llecht, Ray
Ccncdalla, Bonnie XYarner. Row 4: Carl Nlaiirhoiil,
Cameron Spencer, Terence Bride, jim Taylor, Harry
Richter, Fred Siyufy, Ray Schoedel, John XXX-aver.
9-3 MBS. CLARK
Row 1: Margaret Schaefer, Iris Busch, Marie Ilen-
ningcr, -Ioan Robinson, Judy Helsel, Barbara Bacon,
,lane Dormer, Marty Frame. Row 2: Donna Rodgers,
Karen Kniff, Jane Baker, Ellen Pope. Karen Kragnes,
Nancy Caris, Dec Snaith, Mim Martin, Mary Carda-
mone. Row 3: Earl Schreck, John Daton, Bill Fussner,
Bill Lolirentz, Ccrry Moore, Bill Lewis, Skip Carvin,
Kim Powell. Row -4: Sonny Binek, Diek Burger, Paul
Hankin, Len Parsons, jeff Bass, Stu Segal, Chet
Meyers, George XValtlicrs, Les Siiupson.
9-4 MBS. THORNTON
Row I: Linda Grimm, Carol Zepp, Donna Burns,
Nancy Collins, Linda Berman, Diana Helm, Mildred
llolmquist, Loretta Collins. How 2: jim Forbes,
Lynne Helfrich, Debbie XVeldon, Judy Smith, Judy
Trimble, Sue Reinbolt, Marilce Tiberio, Mary Cole-
man, Scott XVallace. How 3: Bon Spiegel, Dave
Coulter, Dick Walker, Mike Marshall, Bill Robinson,
Tom Delisi, Ralph Mollitt, Arthur Algeo, XVilliam E.
Bayers, III. Row 4: Michael Flamcr. ,lim Ilill, john
Van Celder, Dave Karlson, Tom Swigart, Eddie
Metting, De Hicks, .ICH Schilit, Jim Hodder, Doug
9-5 RIB. MOORE
Row 1: Iudy Ilertzog, Joyce Schnars, Jean Lucas,
Bonnie Baier, Phyllis Russell. Elaine Sowko, Caroline
Crawford, Eva Foldes, Pat Ulilinger. Lucia Cicchino.
How 2: Dick Newbold. Ken lleist, Charles Riclieson,
Sylxlia May, Mary Coltman, Carolyn Burrows, Nancy
Prine:-, joey Cuy, Dave Breinig, Jack Leonard.
Row 3: ,lim Flinn, Ed O'Neal, ,lim Kessler, Fred
Ft'lj.fCIlll2llI1H, Len Lester, Ilarry Babcock, Tim Brunn,
XYilliam R. Shallcross, Bill Neill, Bob Russell.
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9-6 MR. TAGGART
Row 1: Carole Conlin, Arlene jones, Susan Brunk,
Marcia Evans, Donna Smith, Priscilla Munn, Barbara
Neill, janet Patterson, Betsy Barrick, Cay Hugo.
Row 2: Bob Kapp, Bill Cover, Carolyn Gibson,
Dorothy Buchhagcn, Nancy Rhoades, Kathy Castor,
Barbara Sehmudc, Bob 'Faircloth, Bob Kaltalcr, jim
Slocum. Row 3: Bob Henderson, Bob Roland, John
Anderson, Henri Modery, james Sayre, Ben Craw-
ford, Roger Blair, Roger Arndt, Charles Fisliburn,
Robert Lee, Les Brown.
9-7 MR. TOLER
Row 1: Nancy Van Gundy, Ann NVQ-lty, Indy Bycr,
Nancy Aekenheil, Paula Holl, Bonnie Nelson, Ann
Sollenbergcr, Lynne Nielson. How 2: Vince Matthews,
Bob Walker, Eileen Hyland, Carol Crane, Jane
Stegall, Ron Henderson, Ierry Hyde. Row 3: Richard
Kitchen, Joe Nclligan, Joe Boyd, Marshall Baker,
jeff Neill, Ronnie Haflner, Dave Dimock, Dick
lleadley. Row 4: -lolm Duff, Carl Yeager, John Ed-
wards, Carl von Endc, Alan Herrington, Tom Huhn,
Bob Sedlachek, jim Dunbar.
9-8 MR. SIMPSON
Row 1: Lois Hasley, Caylc Recd, Diane Reeh, Sally
Evers, Sue Carman, Ellen Scdlak, Linda Booth, Don-
na Wangeman. Row 2: Cinny Flannery, ,Iudiann
Morander, Carolyn Stoke, Ellen Major, Pat Powers,
Marsha Patterson, Terry Koerncr, Sue Hofmann.
Row 3: Scott YVard, Iiin Blum, Bob Leonard, He-dy
Hyde, Tommie Walker, Cookie Shumaker, Bill Berg.
Lloyd Swartz. Row 4: lim Irons, james Stevenson,
Cris Crissman, Eddie Michaels, john Kozma, Bill
Beitler, Bob Stone.
9-9 MRS. FISHER
Row 1: Barbara Scott, jane Anderson, Ruthie Monseh,
Bella Brown, Carol Schindehctte, Jean Babb, Candy
Cook, Marcia Dilling. How 2: Suc Boester, Judy
jarema, Nancy Doege, Cathy Cassidy, Nanette Miller,
,loan Samuels, Donna Morgans, Geraldine Narky.
Row 3: XYcsley Bennett, George XVolfhard, Stuart
Herrington, Jim Hesclharth, Roh Potts, jay Morgan,
Eddie Cole, Ed Birdy, Bill Bingham, Dick Iloyt.
Row 4: Bruce McClarcn, John Delo, Donna Seymour,
Bonnie Craig, Jean Qucneau, Nancy Zahniser, Nlarty
Masterson, Edna Smail, jack Heron, Edward Nleycr.
9-10 MISS BULGER
Row 1: Virginia Dau, Connic Ayncr, Valerie Carr,
Susan Foster, Boyce Reid, Anne Nelson, Sandy
Green, Anna Kreiter. Row 2: Susie Schar, Carolyn
Tweedie, Cynthia Krasinski, Lorie Getz, Nancy Bran-
non, Vera Leverkus, Cindy Stroyd, Sue Crouch,
Kathleen YVeaver. Row 3: Sandy Hoecker, Martha
Benson, Roslyn Rhone, Mary Norsecn, Doug Wer-
linich, Jack Gilbert, Steve Shields, JoAnn XVithcr-
spoon, Patience Kenny, Carol Lolunan. Row 4: Bill
Price, Lin McCain, George Phillips, Fred Volkwein,
john YVarneck, Bruce Brown, Fred Yllilson, George
9-11 MRS. HAYNES
Row 1: Helen English, Sally NVarren, Sally XVahlsten,
Gail Goodwin, Betsy Lynch, Suzanne Sehaup, Carolyn
fNIcCune, Carolyn Tamplin, Sally Dickson, Sue Peck-
ham. Row 2: Richard Collins, Victoria Cribschaw,
Cynthia Norris, Kathleen Williams, Judy Bickel, Mary
Schreiber, Sandy Burr, Patricia Ann Quaid, Ragnhild
Johnsen, Carol Anne Reilly, Holly W'ery, jon Young.
Row 3: Ian Clark, Robin Laughlin, Bill Lefler, David
Wyles, Conrad Kulik, Dave Gullion, Richard Berg,
Frank Briggs, Alan Rimer, Randy Putnam, john
9-12 MR. DAMBACII
Row 1: Cindy Cooper, Barbara Richards, Corinne
Reason, Ieanne Blank, Janet Clarkson, Karen Brad-
dock, Karen Estes, Marian Buckingham, Elizabeth
Spring, Carole Wood. Row 2: David Eaton, Dave
XVeaver, Adrienne Bortz, Cynthia Bradley, Cindy
Brown, Lynn Lewis, Lucy Dasher, -loan Haviland,
Diana Harwick, John Mather, Stu Levy. Row 3:
Rodger Ebert, Homer McMinn, Larry Phillips, Bob
Mace, Peter XVood, Curt Zellers, Dick Robinson,
Reed Sisson, Gus Kalogeras.
9-135 MRS. PITTMAN
Row 1: Lee McNair, Alice Mollcnauer, Anne Rush,
june Mohler, Mary Ann Houscl, Barbara Sellger,
Louise Keeling, Leslie McCulla. Row 2: Sherry Gealy,
Carole Dierker, Kathy Ilarris, Nona NVilliams, Carol
Coletta, janet Anderson, Shirley Scott, Phyllis Barson.
How 3: Craig Pozzi, Dick Deemer, Bill Brevoort, jack
Borgerding, Dan llovorka, .lim Carroll, Stuart Schurr,
Chuck Crain, Gilbert Mc-Neish, Bob Campbell. Row 4:
Steve Raymond, Kathy Beck, Virginia Bright, Alice
Morton, jerry Delisi, Michal Kunic, Bob English
9-14 MR. IIADDEN
Row I: Ginny Holmes, Laurie Rowlcs, Bonnie Arm-
strong, Diane Molnar, Gail Griswold, Janis Beachler,
Mary Brcitenstein, Mary Ann Higgins. Row 2: Bob
Sharrow, Jeff Cousins, Kay Burke, Judy Allen. Cor-
inne Miller, YVarren Fisher, Bruce Schein. Richard
Mantle, Jim Oelschlager, Dennis Samek, Drew Eby,
Eason Chapman, Bob NVebber, Toby McKain, Don
Thompson, Ir. Row 3: jim lams, Jim Russell, Tom
Lindsey, Herb O,Dell, Bill McLaughlin, Charles
Hater, James Evans, Irwin Browarsky.
9-15 MRS. BIRK
Row 1: Lynne Kimmel, Lena Bellover, Robin Cue,
Betsy Brugler, Carole Beebe, Nancy Cummins, Diane
Dozer, Dorothy VVian. Row 2: Paul Matis, joan
Anderson, Virginia McKee, Nancy Hilsinger, Carolyn
Meury, Arlene Roscoe, Myra Campbell, Sally Young,
David Bumer. Row 3: Sammy Morton, Cris Crisman,
Thomas Housekeeper, Thomas Burke, Donalcl Mc-
Intyre, Donald Mackay, Mouncey Ferguson, XVilliam
Benz, XVilliam Hoag. Row 4: Robert Manuel, David
Davis, Michael Rosenthal, john Sweeny, Donalcl
Cameron, Douglas Montgomery, George Eynon,
james Routh, john Toker.
9-16 MISS CURRAN
How 1: Barbara Jo Brennan, Lucy Coletta, jacquelyn
llersh, Carole Sue Menne, Lincla Nicholas, Peggy
Colvin, Carol Henning, Connie Anclerson. Row 2:
Mary C. McCaslin, Nancy B. llerron, Barbara Bru-
bach, june Starkey, Sandra Martin, Claren Brooks,
Barbara Banville, Mary Heacl. Row 3: Thomas F.
Miller, Paul M. Bell. Betty Rothfus, Mary Eileen
Lonett, Patricia Bies. Agnes A. Dieffenbaeh, Patricia
Ellison, Robert F. Keller. George Zaimes. Row 4:
David A. Olsen, Cary R. Tcmplin, Eclwarcl A. Stern.
XVilliam I. Mehafley, john F. XVhite, Jeff Prescott,
Cary A. Robinson, Kenny Lingo.
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Maclclucks, 9-ll, Pat Mack, 9-4.
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The 1956-57 Mount Lebanon football team, possibly the best
in the history of the school, was the first champion of the newly
formed VV estern Conference with an outstanding record of eight
victories and one defeat.
The Blue Devils, under the fine tutelage of Coaches Fife,
Stanish, and Lamprinakos, got off to a flying start by winning
their three exhibition contests. These victories were over Home-
stead, Bethel, and a good South Hills aggregation. The Blue
Devils began AA competition by downing Penn, 33-20, once
again asserting themselves as contenders for the W.P.I.A.L.
championship. Disaster struck the following week as Washington
put the only blemish on the Lebanon record by a 21-14 score.
This game, by far the poorest showing of the team all year,
found the Blue Devils handing XVashington three scoring oppor-
tunities. It was in this game that senior center Bill Brashares
was sidelined for the season with a fractured hip. The Blue
Devils returned the next week and gained revenge by knocking
previously undefeated XVilkinsburg out of W.P.I.A.L. contention.
This game was highlighted by the fine running of senior half-
back Chuck Reinhold, who scored all four Lebo touchdowns.
The next week found the Blue Devils defeating Uniontown
with a great second half spurt. In the Senior Recognition Came,
the Blue and Cold trounced rival Baldwin to the tune of 33-13.
However, this proved to be only a warm-up for the succeeding
and Hnal game with XVest View, when the Mounties traveled
to West View where they pounded the once-beaten Indians
into a 34-7 submission.
The seniors who sustained this year,s team were: backs,
Dempsey, F uller. Hjerpstedt, Malarkey, Mascaro, Miller, Rein-
hold, and Reitz. Senior linemen who made the touchdowns pos-
sible were: Bowman, Bracken, Brashares, Cenedella, Cusick,
Dumm, Fitzgerald, Kasun, Mayer, McDonald, Miller, and Rowe.
Underclassmen who saw plenty of action and who will form
a fine nucleus for Mr. Fife next year are: Albright, Kelly, Fisher,
Lasko, Breinig, Vogel. Cregg, Hofrichter, WVells, Phillips, Ward,
and Mueller. '
Players who gained recognition were quarterback Sandy
Dempsey, who made the first string all-W.P.I.A.L., and half-
back Chuck Reinhold, and end John Mayer, who were honorable
All in all, '57 was another great year for Mt. Lebanon football.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
Row I: XVentzel, Breinig, Mascaro, Lasko, Rock, D. Miller,
Hofrichter, Cunning, Driscoll, R. Perkins. Row 2: Coach
Lamprinakos, WVells, Fuller, Dumm, Bracken, Reitz, Ward,
Hjerpstedt, Albright, Coaches Fife and Stanish. Row 3:
Kasun, Gregg, Budavich, Cenedella, Fitzgerald, Reinhold,
Dempsey, McDonald, Toperzer, Vogel, Mayer, Rowe, Cain.
Row 4: Phillips, Fisher, Bashforth, Astbury, Malarkey, Bow-
man, Nease, Kelly, Scott, Cusick, R. Miller, Schein.
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LV, TEAN1 PICTURE Row 3: Ferito, Borrelli, DeVilling, Rohm, McCue, Moran
Row lg B1-ginjg, Garlitz, Yeckley, Pheneger, Breen, Carman Shone, Aubertine, Aitken. Row 4: Luedy, Sgro, Bateman, Rhen
Perkins, Barone, Sterner, Shields. Row 2: Palcho, Seamans Stewart, KGISGY, Pealor, FIHHHHPUI, M0C0mbS.
Harlan, Sherk. Iams. Guerrieri, McFeatters, Bross, Isenberg.
This year's junior varsity, coached by
Messrs. Bernhardy and Batchelor, com-
piled a record of 6 wins and 2 losses
which is the best since 1958. It is hoped
that this LV. aggregation will strengthen
next year's varsity.
Mt. L. .....,...... Dormont ...... ,,... 7
Mt. L. .....,...,.. 13 Bethel ..... ,.... 6
Mt. L. .... ....... 1 3 Baldwin ...,.. .,.., 2 0
Mt. L. .....,.,..., 26 Shaler ....... ..... 6
Mt. L. ...,....,... 12 Penn ......... ..... 6
Mt. L. ,.,.,..... 12 Carrick ,...,. ..., . 19
Mt. L. ...,.,.,.,.. 25 Dormont .,....,....,.,., O
Mt. L. ........ 26 VVilkinsburg .....,.... .. 13
The Mountie freshman team com-
pleted their season with a 2-3 record.
Although this is not a spectacular record,
the team showed definite promise. Once
they overcome inexperience, they have
the potential to become good ball
Mt. L. .. ,.,....... 18 Canonsburg .,... ,,.. 0
Mt. L. .,4,.,...... 6 Dormont ,...........,..... 7
Mt. L. . 0 Washington ....,...,. .. 35
Mt. L. ..... , 0 North Braddock ..,. 18
Nlt. L. . ., 13 Bethel .,..........,.... 12
FRESHNIAW FOOTBALL TEAM Marshall. Row 3: Garvin, Hyde, McLane, Leonard Henderson
Row I XVebbcr Dchsi Xlorgan Youngling Moflitt Malarkcy Brown, NVyles, Fussner. Row 4: Baer, Lester, Macc Kalogeras
Gilbert Richcson NV1lker NlcNe1sh Crisman Row 2 Levy Cousins, Collins, Teller. Row 5: Chapman, Micheals English
lxirlson Boyd llcldley Luighlin Ltfler Blum Briggs Edwards, Housekeeper, Shields, Keller.
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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Row I: Blumfeldt, Inderwish, Moskowitz, Beachler, Callahan.
Row 2: Coach Toler, Prezioso, Zivic, Wadsworth, Anderson,
Walgren, Coach Mollenauer.
This years barriers finished the season in tradi-
tional Lebo style. Once again they captured both the
W.P.I.A.L. and the P.I.A.A. championships.
Sparked by Dick Anderson, elected as M.V.P., and
Dave Moskowitz, the team captain, the team marched
through its schedule, trouncing all of its opponents
except one. A persistently difficult Central Catholic
squad defeated our boys twice, once in a home dual
meet, and again at their own Invitational at Schenley
The senior lettermen were Dick Anderson, Dave
Moskowitz, John VanVorst, Bruce Callahan, Chuck
Zivic, john Prezioso, and Bob Berwind. The two
junior lettermen, Eddie Beachler, a newcomer, and
Frank Wadsworth, were unanimously elected as next
year's co-captains. A very promising sophomore, Dave
Bloomfeldt, also was awarded with a Mounty HM."
These boys were the heart of the team that repre-
sented our school last fall. More than half of them are
seniors who have run in their last meet, leaving Coach
Mollenauer with only three returning lettermen as a
nucleus for next fallis squad.
The Junior Varsity had an excellent season last
fall. For the first time, they went through the whole
schedule Without a defeat, and brought home the
bacon in the I.V. Central Catholic Invitational and
also the IV. W.P.I.A.L. race. This squad was backed
by several good juniors and sophomores whom we
will most likely see running Varsity next fall.
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Central Catholic Invitational- Mt. L. 89 - 2nd place
W.P.I.A.L. Championship - Mt. L. 39 - lst place
P.I.A.A. Championship - Mt. L. 47 - lst place
Central Catholic ..
Shaler , ,..,... ...... .
New Castle .,........
N. Allegheny ........
The new high school pool was responsible for bring-
ing another sport to Mt. Lebanon this year. All decked
out for their Hrst season of competition, the Mounties
proved the surprise of W.P.I.A.L. as they closed the
season with one championship already in hand. Under
the direction of Coach Bill Grant, the Blue and Gold
tanksters came through for a 6-2 record in league meets,
good for second place behind Clairton. One of the high
points of the year for the swimmers was the 39-38 upset
of Clairton, their second defeat in 11 years. Captained
by Doug Fuss and Mike Warnes, the Mounty mermen
steadily progressed until they assumed the role of
favorites in the W.P.I.A.L. championship meet. Led by
M - Mt
Tom Lindsay who was undefeated in the season's com-
petition, the Blue Devils placed 11 members in the
Western Regional meet as they swept to a 43-40 triumph.
Four records were broken by the team with Tom Lind-
say taking the 100 yard butterfly and individual medley
in record times of 1:00.6 and 1:37.6. Bill Hunt was also
a double winner in the 100 and 50 yard freestyle, the
latter in record time. Several other underclassmen came
through for impressive scores and promise to keep the
Blue and Gold colors on top. jack Borgerding emerged
W.P.l.A.L. 200 yard freestyle champ, while Bill Lewis
and Carl Warnes also placed highly in competition
behind their teamates. For a first year job we can give
our swimmers a real cheer.
Mt. L. 31 Peabody 46
--" Mt. L. 41 ..................,...,............... Schenley 36
. L. 62 ....... ........ V andergrift 15
" f Mt. L. 2635 ..... ..........., C lairton 5035
Mt. L. 56 ....... ...... C onnellsville 21
Mt. L. 43 ....... ,..,....,... B utler 34
Mt. L. 46 ....... ..,....... C entral 31
Mt. L. 65 ....... ........ V andergrift 12
Mt. L. 39 ..... .............. C lairton 38
Mt. L. 66 ....... ...... C onnellsville 10
Mt. L. 34 ....... .. ......... Butler 43
W- ' Mt. L. 43 ....... .....,.... W .P.I.A.L. 40
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Roscoe, Truesdale, Cooper.
How 2: Lee, Oakley, Nia-
larlcey, Davis, Reinhold,
Roscoe, Robinson, Coach
The "home floor advantagev held a personal mean-
ing for Mt. Lebanonis basketballers this year. In their
first season in the modern new gy1n, they racked up
a 19-2 record, best since 1942, went undefeated at
home, and chalked up a string of sixteen straight
triumphs. Along the way, they picked up a tie for
the top spot in Section IV.
The Mounties won the seasonis opener with Avalon,
then dropped a heartbreaker to Baldwin, 49-48, in
the last second of play. The hoopsters then set out on
their sixteen-win rampage, leaving behind a trail of
carnage which included seven straight victims in sec-
tional play. One of those victims was arch-rival Wash-
ington, who succumbed 54-44, thus bringing Coach
Speed Clark a wild ride on the sweaty shoulders of
After dropping the return engagement with the
Little Prexies, the Blue Devils continued their winning
ways. The final chart showed nineteen wins against
only two losses and a 9-1 record in the section, good
enough for a tie with Washington for first.
The main strength of the team lay in the fine
overall balance. All five starters were on an even
plane. There was no one star surrounded by four
underlings. Roscoe, Robinson, Davis, Malarkey, and
Reinhold-each worked with the others for team
success, by which each became an individual star.
A special Word of Commendation must go to Cap-
tain Bill Roscoe, one of the few players in the school's
history to go through three years as a regular.
Huw 1: Conely, Barone, Zephers, Perkins, Steel, Driscoll, Stern:-r
XleKlint0e, Butterr, Coach Stanislm, Rmu 2: Garlitz, Fleteller
Steward, Vogel, Con. Franklin.
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LaQuintu, Foltz, Powell
Row 2: XVylCS, Ecsu, Nlof
fett, Blulurkcy, Clark, Kla-
thews. Row 3: Coach XVutts
NlA1I'Sl1, XVl1itc, llcnclorson
Wrestling was added to the expanding sports
roster at Mt. Lebanon High this year along with
the completion of the new wing. Coached by
Mr. George Lamprinakos, the grapplers under-
took an ambitious schedule in their Hrst year in
W.P.I.A.L. competition. Wrestling, one of the
fastest growing sports in district high schools,
originally started in Washington County shortly
after World War II and now finds many schools
fielding teams. Limited primarily to underclass-
men to prevent graduation losses, this was a
building year for the Mounties, but hopes of a
championship team will be growing with each
year. Captained by Turny Dull, senior transfer
student from Philadelphia, the wrestling team
showed up well despite their inexperience in the
10 weight divisions. Returning next year to the
Blue and Gold will be sophomores Dick Martin,
jim Howley, Glen Williams, jim Bateman, Lee
Wells, and Denny Phillips, along with juniors
Dick Gunning and George Schein.
Row 1, L. to R.: Howley, VVinHelder, Lawler, Davidson, Lowe, Fuller
Cruglil. Row 2: YVillia1us, Martin, Olzyski, Simpson, Berg, Duff, WVard
Knapp, Carman. Row 3: Hjerpstedt, Rieg, Ray, Wells, Schein. Missing
Palclio, Rhcn, Phillips.
Mt. L. 15 .....,,...,..,. .....,....,...,... . Ghartiers 33
Mt. L. 15 ,.... . .... NVilkinsburg 37
Mt. L. 4l ..... ..,..... .... S l raler 14
Mt. L. 31 .... Peters Twp. 19
Mt. L. 14 .... ..... ...... C 2 irnegie 14
Mt. L. .. .. ..... Peters Twp.
Mt. L. . ,............... Shaler
Mt. L. . ...... Canonsburg
Mt. L. . ....... Canonsburg
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A well balanced team, sparked by several outstand-
ing individuals, plus wonderful coaching was the
secret to the success of the Mounty Thin-Clads last
year. By the end of the season the team had broken
19 meet records and 13 school records. Pete Kopscak
broke both the high and low hurdle records. Like-
wise, both the mile and half-mile times were lowered
by Cary Weisiger. Fritz Walker put his name next
to three new field marks in the javelin, discus, and
shotput. Roy Moffit was responsible for the new
broad jump distance. The remaining live records
were all made by relay teams. The foursome of
Masterson, Weisiger, Hanchey and Inderwish knocked
the indoor distance medley time down a few pegs.
The outdoor sprint medley time was lowered by the
team of Overholt, Hanchey, Slocum, and Schein. A
new time was posted for the mile relay thanks to
Overholt, Hanchey, Reid, and Anderson. The last and
probably the most surprising record broken was the
W.P.I.A.L. shuttle low hurdle record, broken by
Kopscak, Moflit, Lee, and Renshaw. Another team
accomplishment was the extension of consecutive vic-
tories in dual, triangular, and quadrangular meets
to 86. The squad also won all of the championship
meets they participated in, except the Mansfield
Relays at which they placed a respectable second
in a Held of 98 opponents. Over all, it was a triumph-
ant season for the varsity squad.
The future Mounties, the jayvees, also had a good
season. Mr. Lamprinakos coached his aspirants to 6
wins and 1 loss. The Central Catholic jayvees defeated
Lebo's in the last meet of the season by the heart-
breaking margin of 7 points.
After the P.I.A.A. meet, at which Mt. Lebanon
placed first for the W.P.I.A.L., the victors, the varsity
lettermen, held an election in which Pete Kopscak was
unanimously chosen as Most Valuable Player. Dave
Moskowitz and Dick Anderson were elected team
co-captains for the following season. This marked
the end of another great Lebo track season.
Row I: Scott, Lee, Tamplin, Slater, Moskowitz, Inderwish,
Lieb, Zivic. Row 2: Allen, Henderson, Thomton, Rensliaw,
Robinson, Slocum, Van Vorst, Albertson, Patterson, Katzman,
Row 3: Coach Toler, Mgr. Levin, Overholt, VVeisiger, Walker,
Kopscak, Coach Mollenauer, Reid, Hanchey, Snyder, Anderson,
Masterson, Roscoe, Coach Bachelor. Row 4: Mgr. Eicher,
Ncase, Carlitz, Hjerpstedt, Berwind, Hedgren, Mihm, Rutger,
Alter, Turnquist, Montgomery, XVolff, Moffit, Reitz.
1956 TRACK SCHEDULE
Mt. L. ...... ...,... 1 03 Carrick .. ...,,,.,., ....,........... . 15
Mt. L. .. . . . 87 Washington AMW, Dormont 28M
Mt. L. ,..... .. 73 Shaler. .. .... ,.......... 54
Mt. L. ....., 80 Penn ..,.....,.....,,..... ..... . . 47
Mt. L. ....,. ,...... 1 12 McKeesport ...,..... ....... 1 5
Mt. L. ....., 8915 Baldwin .,......,. .,.,... 2 8M
Mt. L. ....., 79M South Hills .,...... ....... 3 8M
Mt. L. ...., 66 Central Catholic ...,.... ..,.. . . 17
Mt. L. ..... ..., 7 1 South Hills ,.........,. ,.,.... 3 3
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Row I: Beachler, Greer, Fraser, Davidson, Burkett, Atria, Naisrnith, Pollok
Row 2: Schein, Opferman, Magoon, Muncaster, Moslener, Henderson
Hofrichter, Scott, Coach Lamprinakos. Row 3: VVard, Phillips, Kulesz
. Heath, Missel, Lohrentz, Erler, Mintun, Fitzgerald, Renshaw.
This year the Junior Varsity Track team had
another winning year under Mr. Lamprinakos.
With a record of six wins, and one defeat to
Central Catholic, the team showed that they
will add a lot of valuable material to next
The most spectacular event of the season was
the 48'l" shot put heave by Bob Albright in
the meet with Baldwin.
Carrick . ...,.......... 26M
Mt. L. ..,. 87M
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Mt. L. .......... 75M Shaler ..,.,..,...,..,. 42M
Mt. L. .,.,,..... 58 Penn ........,,........ 6
Mt, L. ..... .... 9 3 McKeesport ...,.... 25
Mt. L. ....,..... 90 Baldwin .............. 23
Mt. L. ......,... 60 Central Catholic 67
Hanchey and Reid under
the wire in a photo-finish.
W.P.I.A.L. Shuttle Low Hurdle Champions
W.P.I.A.L. Distance Medley Champions
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1956 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Mt. L. .....,..,... 1 South Hills .........., .
Mt. L. .....,....,. 9 Washington ...,....... ,
Nlt. L. , ... .. 9 Chartiers ..
Mt. L. .........,., 7 Canonsburg ..
Mt. L. ...,.., 4 Trinity ....,..,..
Mt. L. .... ..,,. 1 2 Washington . ,.,..... 14
Mt. L. ..... ....,. 8 Canonsburg .....,.,... .
Mt. L. ........,... 9 Chartiers ......... .
Mt. L. ,........, , 2 Trinity .,....,.. .
Mr. L. ..,..... 3 Trinity ...,...,
Mt. L ..,..,.,..... 1 Baldwin ..,,....,....
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Row I: Wolff, Miller, Sutter, Cusick, Reinhold, Mgr. Row 2: Saunders,
Kenning, Wilson, Grady, Dempsey, McLennan, Karcher. Row 3: Coach
Clark, Kletter, Swigart, Husk, Malarkey, Corbett, Coach Watts.
The 1956 edition of the Mt. Lebanon baseball squad enjoyed
one of the most successful seasons in school history last spring
under the fine tutelage of Coach Mercer Clark. The Mounties
started rather slowly, but improved steadily as the season
The Mounties lost the league opener, but came on to win four
straight games behind the hurling of Fred Wolff and Jack
Karcher. The Mounties second and final loss in section com-
petition came at the hands of Trinity High School. This dimmed
the prospects of 'finishing number one in the section, but the
Blue Devils fought back and finished section competition in a
tie for first place with Trinity High.
A playoff contest between Mt. Lebanon and Trinity was held
at Canonsburg to determine the Section 3 champion. The Blue
and Gold after losing to Trinity during regular section competi-
tion, came back to win the Section 3 crown behind the erstwhile
hurling of Fred Wolff.
By winning the section crown Mt. Lebanon earned the right
to compete in a single elimination tournament for the W.P.I.A.L.
championship. In the first round of the tournament Baldwin
High School edged the Mountie nine by a score of 3 to 1. Jack
Karcher tossed a four hitter for Mt. Lebanon, but was the
victim of four costly errors and three unearned tallies.
At the completion of the season Jack Kenning was voted the
teamis most valuable player. In addition to his timely hitting, his
spirit proved invaluable to the team throughout the season.
G. A. A.
Shouts, screams, cries of anguish and elation, moans
and groans come from behind those locked doors at
the end of the north passageway at 3:30 every clay.
The reason for all the commotion? It's not a murder
or anything like that, it's just the C.A.A. starting
another game in its series of after school sports.
Tennis, tenniquoit, volleyball, basketball, and softball
are the tournaments offered, presenting a varied pro-
gram designed to suit every girl's taste. Under the
newly revised membership rules, each girl is a mem-
ber of the C.A.A., eligible to participate in as many
sports as she wishes.
All is not athletics, however, and the G.A.A. has its
social side, too. The girls planned a Hallowe,en party,
winter sports night, Spring Banquet, and a dessert
All the aforementioned activities come under the
supervision of the Leaders Club. The club, inaugu-
rated this year, consists of girls whose primary purpose
is to plan and organize the various sports and parties.
Row 1: Reynolds, Henry. 'l'ho1nas, Sanders, Taylor. Row 2: I
Beedle, DuFresne. Turnqu"t. b.,Reynolds. Bradley, XVeaver,
Sutton Coach Neal,
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Q ii second in the XV.P.l.A.L. Section Two race with
ll W a season record of 6 wins and 2 losses. Coraopolis
' 'if' 4 1.14 sharnshooters roved to he too much for the
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HUD' QE -41, 711' if local marksmen. The two defeats suffered at
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I! all V90 GMT ,WU M uouls losses in the whole season.
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fj Milf? 1,14 Wx competition: Beverly Henryg Donna Thomasg
.Jil MN' M01 ki Nancy Taylorg Judy Reynoldsg Gary Turnquistg
fgbff' W J' WO! ,V Tom Bradleyg Phil DuFresneg Jim Reynoldsg Jack
3 W 'IA YVeave1'g Steve Suttong and Gene Beedle.
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.T 5 tbl Mr. L. 498 .. . .,..... . Bethel 47s
X- Mt. L. 498 . . ,. .. Dormont 478
Mt. L. 497 ,.,.. . .. Coraopolis 499
Mt. L. 494 .. .. Carnegie 453
Mt. L, 499 ,.,. . Bethel 483
Mt. L. 499 . ..,, . Dormont 484
Mt. L. 499
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Tennis was another high spot in the Lebo parade of sports.
The Mounty netters, masterminded by Mr. Doak, had an excel-
lent season as they reigned supreme winning Mt. Lebanon's
first W.P.I.A.L. tennis championship. The "big three" of the
courtmen, Ed Hartman, Ray Pierson, and John Connelly did
yeoman duty in leading the team to nine victories as against
only three losses. In regular season competition, the Blue Devils
had a five and three record, tying Connellsville for the section
championship. In the resulting play-OH, our boys edged a strong
Coker team by a 3-2 score. The W.P.I.A.L. semi-finals found
the team romping over Dormont and New Castle, the netters
then defeated Latrobe for the W.P.I.A.L. championship. The
boys who sparked this I-ine team were Hartman, Connelly, Pier-
son, Lynn, Rhen, Lewis, Williams, and Wright. With all but
three stalwarts of asphalt courts returning, the outlook for '57
is more than promising.
1956 TENNIS SCHEDULE
Mt. L. ....,.,.,.,.,... 1 Shady Side ....,,,. ,......, 4
Mt. L. ......... .,.... 1 Shady Side ........ .....,.. 4
Mt. L. .... . .... 5 Brentwood ,...... 0
Mt. L. ,.,..,. ..,... 5 Brentwood ....... ........ 0
Mt. L. .,..... ...... 4 Monnessen ....... ........ 1
Mt. L. ., ....,, 4 Monnessen .. ,..,.. 1
Mt. L. ,.... . . 4 Connellsville ...... ,...... , 1
Mt. L. .,.....,........ 2 Connellsville ....., ....,... 3
Mt. L. ......, ,...,.,. 3 Connellsville ...,.. ...,,... 2
Mt. L. .. ..,. . 5 New Castle .... 0
Mt. L. , .,..,, 4 Dormont ,.,.... 0
Mt. L. ....,. 3 Latrobe 2
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Row 1: Rhen, Hartman. Row
2: Pierson, Wright, Vedder,
Row 1: Sutton, Samuels, Truesdale. Row 2: D. Owens, Bossart,
Murtaugh, Coach Burrows, Herrington, Dole, L. Owens.
Dave Owens and Wally Samuels led the 1956 Mounty
linksmen to first place in Section 7 competition and to
the runner-up position in the W.P.I.A.L. race. The team,
aptly piloted by Mr. Burrows, compiled an outstanding
record of 12 wins and 1 defeat.
The Blue Devils' excellent balance made itself felt
as they romped through their section undefeated and
without being hardpressed at any time. Progressing to
the play-offs, the Mounties ran roughshod over Moon
and Penn. Greensburg, however, proved to be too much
for our boys as they were sent down to defeat in a
Individual standouts were Dave Owens, the team
captain who finished second in the P.I.A.A. State Meet
at University Park, and Wally Samuels, the number 2
man, who was this year's W.P.I.A.L. champ, and a
consistent low scorer. Rod Murtaugh, Butch Truesdale,
Buzz Bossart, Dave Dole, Steve Sutton, and Lee Owens
rounded out their superior aggregation. With four of
these boys returning, the outlook for next season is
1956 GOLF MATCHES
Mt. L. .......,.....,.. 12 Brentwood ................ 4
Mt. L. ....,. ,,,... 1 6 Baldwin ......... ........ 0
Mt. L. .....,. .,.... 1 6 Canonsburg 0
Mt. L. .,.,.., ...... 1 5 Bethel ...... 1
Mt. L. ....., ,...., 1 5 Centerville 1
Mt. L. ...... ...... 1 2 Brentwood 4
Mt. L. ,..... ,..... 1 3M Baldwin .................... 25
Mt. L. ..,... .,.... 1 5M Canonsburg M
Mt. L. ...... ..,.,. 1 3 Bethel ........ 3
Mt. L. .. ...... 14M Centerville 1M
Mr. L. ....,. ...... 1 rm Moon ........ zn
Mt. L. ....., ...... 1 1 Penn .......................... 5
Mt. L. .,.... ...... 6 M Greensburg 9M
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Mt. Lebanonis chess-playing Mounties fought peren-
nially strong Alderdice for supremacy of its league, The
league season was divided into two separate "pennant
racesf to steel a phrase from some other sport whose
name we can't quite recall, The league leaders
in each half of the season clashed in a playoff for
Masterful plotting by Murray Davis, Dave Reed, Ed
Becker, Iim Lawler, and john Sowa led the pawn-
pushers to a close second, losing out to Alderdice by a
half-point. The Mounties romped undefeated through
the remainder of the schedule, rolling over Carnegie,
Peabody, Langley, and Perry.
The two-in-one season was an innovation in the league,
and worked out very well. A run-away by one team did
not mean loss of interest by the rest of the league, for
there was always the cry, "Wait ,til next seasonf, to fall
back on. A tight race in the first half brought the
element of revenge in the second half.
The Mounties may look forward to a season of reason-
able success next year. Although hurt by the loss of
Davis, Reed, and Lawler, number one, two, and four
man, respectively, the team will welcome back juniors
Becker and Sowa, and will build around them.
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Once a month, organized pandemonium dominated the publica-
tions of'Hce. This furor was born of the Lantern policy that the
sacred "Deadline', must be met. Neither leaking duplicators nor
missing stories could delay the Mt. Lebanon High Newspaper
from appearing on schedule, even if additional early-morning
assembling was necessitated.
Unlike the Nlarch lion who inevitably subsides into
a lamb, this year's Lebanon Lantern staff began its I,
work with roaring enthusiasm which carried through
the entire year. Nlaria Liadis reigned over this
journalistic jungle by capably handling the job of
editor-in-chief. Under her organization the news. fea-
ture, and sports departments headed by lane Trevas-
kis, plan Powers. and Cary Turnquist, respectively,
merged into one compact unit, Working earnestly to
assure Mt. Lebanon students that all important school
events would he presented accurately and promptly
on the pages of the Lantern. janet Ackenheil kept
eyes and ears open in search of possible sources for
her pertinent editorials. Due to the record sales
campaign, the Lantern was able to produce a special
sports issue for the Hrst time.
The staff volunteered after school hours as well
as study halls in order to complete the job on time.
When the latest Lantern issue with its Scholastic
Roto and Devilette additions was Hnally distributed,
the heavy sigh that seeped from under the crack
of the Lantern office door was not so much of exhaus-
tion but more of pride in presenting a fine product
to Mt. Lebanon High School.
What you couldn't find out over the party line you
could read about in the Devilette. However, this year
the editors concentrated on highlighting the jokes and
anecdotes rather than the gossip-social sections.
Marty, Nancy, Ioan, and Ianet of the Lantern sought
to bring to each student a clearer understanding and
appreciation of school events through eflicient and
accurate presentation of all current school news.
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may appear pleasantly placid here but could usually
be found frown-deep in workg organizing, cci1' MJ!Ql, Q, ZAJ
and ranting at delinquent reporters.
Disorder reigned as the Devilette staff labored to put
together a forthcoming issue. Assignments flowed in,
soon to be corrected, typed, stenciled, and assembled
in the confusion which characterizes Devilette assem-
blies. Yet the next day the Devilette emerged, eagerly
awaited by its followers.
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Pat Negele, Gretchen Taylor, Jill Galbraith, and Clarence by Gi C6 v
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Headed by the photographic editor, Bill Curnow, Ted Brunn,
Dale Herrington and Bill Brevoort pore over the seemingly
thousands of pictures that had to be screened before the very
best found their way into the Log. During the year there
were several Hinterestingv assignments, taking a time exposure
of the school from Cochran Road with a hundred people
trying to walk in front of the camera, climbing around on the
beams above the auditorium, and risking air sickness to get an
aerial shot of the school.
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The record number of Log subscriptions
kept Peggy Galey, Ginny Powell, and
Ginny BllttCl'WO1'tll busy straightening
accounts, counting money, and tracking
Clown the people who fell behind in
On this page you see the team Who, along with their sponsors.
have brought you the biggest Lebanon Log yet- measure and
see! Long after-school hours were spent toiling in the spacious
5 x 10 Log Office. The editors Worked in the pangs of creative
agony with high-pitched shrieks added for inspiration. Mean-
while the business staff handled. in a somewhat saner manner,
more mundane matters such as the 36.000 needed to finance
the 1957 Log.
Somethingis always special about the liog. and this year its
outstanding features are the pictorial introductory and student
life sections. Remember the helicopter that descended on the
football field one afternoon? ft carried our photographer aloft
to take the sensational aerial shots that strengthened the Log's
photographic emphasis. The staff kept in step with the modern
trend in yearbooks by using more informal pictures.
The many months of hard Work were more than balanced
by the eonviviality of the staff and such extracurricular fun as
gorging themselves with real Italian spaghetti at Uncle Ioeis,
who has since gone back to Sorrento.
Along with all the fun, the staff did, in the end, achieve its
goal of trying to bring you a complete record of this yearis
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Side by side they braved deadlines, lost dunnnies, an other
major and minor tragedies. llettie and Ginny headed the
editorial staff with john, Indie, Dick, Dave, and Ierrinc as
slave-driven, henpecked workers.
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Since 1956-57 was the tenth complete year of Nlounty
publication, the staff was determined to make that
Mounty year a special one. The big year was given a
royal launching with a sales campaign that yielded a
record 650 subscriptions to what was modestly termed
the "Fabulous, Spectacular, 1956-57 Blountyf'
And though fabulous and spectacular are rather ex-
tensive terms to use in describing a magazine, the
Mounty staff felt that they were justly proud of their
publication during the big year. As in the past, the
Mounty contained the best short stories, poems, and
essays contributed by the bards of Nlt. Lebanon High
School. The technical side of the publication was ably
handled by the Nlountyis own artists, proofreaders,
typists, miineographers, and assembly and distribution
crews. This staff worked together with its two advisors
QMiss Elliot and the Mounty Martianj striving to make
Mt. Lebanonis literary magazine more interesting and
entertaining, as well as more literary, than ever before.
A pensive, ear-pulling pose is struck hy John
Frame as hc lcctures his Mounty crew on thc
liner points of Mounty making. The staff and
Mr. Frame spent many a pensive, ear-pulling
hour trying to please their many subscribers.
The massive minds of the Mounty's "men of
lettersi' were entrusted with the task of merely
filling the magazine. This task was complicated
by the omnipresent question, "XVhat shall we
Write?" During the year they lcarnecl to answer
their question and thus to H11 thc pages.
This year the Mounty mimeographers really
worked for their points, With a cranky mimeo-
graphing machine to fight, the main problem
was not the producing of copy but the induc-
ing of the machine to run.
Clarence Renshaw and Danny Lee
These are the mighty inen of the Nlt. Lebanon
High School stage erew. Through their re-
soureefulness and muscles, these unseen stars
eould demolish the Great Pyramid, move
mountains, and hnild Home on our sehool's
stage within lninutes.
Are you a genius? XYell, do you think you
are? Then you are part of this eonnnittee's
business. Here we see these industrious Scholars
separating the Perry XVinkles from the Albert
Einsteins on the new honor roll.
David Cradle, Frank Coho, ,Iaek llenderson,
and john Mather
One of the most dillieult johs of this squad was
to restrain students, who, no douht out ot pure
love tor their sixth-period classes, felt that they
had to get out of the auditorium first.
Mary Lou Molnar
If you find at the last minute that you have
to write a researeh paper on the nniltilohular
properties of the sessile-eyed isopod, just wan-
der on up to the library. This squad should he
ahle to provide you with fifty volumes on
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"Psst! lley, buddy, wanta buy a ticket to the Prom?
just happen to have a few left." Such was the cry
of the social committee scalpers, who, in addition
to their billet-pushing chores, planned themes, hired
bands, and generally oversaw Mt. Lcbanon's dances.
The cycs of the school were often fastened on
the bulletin boards which this squad expertly
'made up. In spite of the fact that thirty squads
usually wanted to use all of the bulletin
boards the same week, there was much useful
information for students to read and heed,
such asg "Get out and vote" and "Books are
the road to knowledge."
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NVould you like to disguise yourself? Maybe
something subtle like an anthropoid ape? NVell,
Mt. Lebanoifs thespians often come up with
such queer desires, and itis thc job of this
squad to humor them,
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Robert Long and David Burnham
Gee, Mister XVizard! XVhat do I have to do to
get some of that Paraminobenzoyldiaethylam-
inoacthanolumphydrochloricum? XVe1l, Billy,
these are the boys you're looking for. I bet
they have some right now in the back room.
Sandie Rambo and Paula Fry
Do you look like a sessile-eyed isopod? XVell, cheer up.
Things arcn't as bad as all that. Yould be surprised
what make-up can do. The Mt. Lebo make-up squad
can transform you into the belle of the ball-or, then
again, they might transform you into an anthropoid
ape. But isn't make-up wonderful?
jean King and Jeanette Zimmering
This is the squad whose specialty is making sure that
Mt. Lebanon students are "all theref, Armed with pink
slips, yellow slips, and green slips, they were our
authorities on tardincss, class-cutting, and "jus' sorta
HOSTS AND IIOSTESSES
XVhat,s a party without hosts and hostesses? These are
the kinds who, every lunch period, see that every one
of their lunch guests has a lot of fun. And if things
get out of hand, of course, there are many interesting
games they give us to play: such as taking out extra
jim Hixson and Dick Hoskin
Ladies and gentlemen, this was not Cineramal But even
with the crackling or non-existent sound, and the flut-
tering pictures, these movies never failed to provide
interesting details about class topics which might not
otherwise have been studied.
Always ready with the thermometer, a band-aid, and
a sympathetic word, members of the medical squad can
usually come up with the remedy for any ills, which
range in variety from the common cold to a dog bite,
a broken finger, and the favorite "test headachef'
Members of the Red Cross squad,
anxious to be of service, have just
completed packing these gift boxes
for shipment overseas. This was only
one of the projects on their very full
program this yr-arg a program which
also included many orphanage parties.
XVAYS AND MEANS
If in the midst of a thrilling game you ever
get a sudden longing for a glass of hot pear
juice, these are thc kids to see. They never
miss finding ways of getting your food to you
and means of getting their money.
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Anxious to keep the high school in the news
Spotlight, publicity committee members have
kept the public well informed on the latest
school happenings with interesting stories of
social events, sports heroes, scholastic honors,
and personal glimpses of the students.
If you don't look where you're going, you
may get hitf, XVith twenty-two hundred stu-
dents and nearly that many miles of hallway,
this squad had a big job taining the mobs
down to an organized chaos.
If an eight-foot handle is attached to a fixed
pulley, which is attached to a single movable
pulley, which is attached to a gear with three
teeth which meshes with another gear with
thirty-two teeth, which just sits there and does
nothing, what is the temperature outside?
Here Physics squad members solve the problem
by trial and error.
After bringing Dogpatch, Paris, and Holly-
wood to Mt. Lebanon for school dances, dec-
oration squad members begin to wonder just
how many things you can make a gym look
like. Yet their scotch tape, crepe paper, and
wobbly ladders are always on hand to add to
the social festivities.
"Tote that barge, lift that bale," and you'll
get your activities key yet. The honor award
committee consists of these kids who, as shown
hcrc, earn their activities points by figuring
out everyone clse's.
llerc wc sec members of the devotional squad
making up onc of thc Thursday morning
inspirational programs. This squad also pre-
parcd the Christmas play this year and Worked
on other projccts to improve the spiritual life
of thc school.
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Brian Bauknight and Iohn NValton
The Studio, home of the Lebo Broadcasting
System, provides valuable experience for the
future john Cameron Swayzes and Betty
Furnesscs as they bring you your daily an-
noucernents plus weekly news and sports casts.
Peeking out at you now arc the mcn 'cbchind
the sccncsu at the Lebo Broadcasting System.
You can call them technical engineers, pro-
duction assistants. or just plain switch turncrs,
but to us they will always bc thc PA. squad
of Mt. Lebanon lligh School.
The art squad gives opportunities to Bit. Lebanonis
future Rembrandts, Van Goghs, and Al Capps to make
their fair school still fairer through the use of their
artistic talent. These kids are often sccn around the
school with their dripping paints, wet masterpieces,
and globs of glue.
Iohn Van Vorst
Dan Matthews and his Highway Patrol have nothing
on Mt. Lebanon! XVe have our own champions of
motoring law and order, namely the parking squad
which is now before you. Our new student parking
lot was ably handled by these kids.
Giving a warm welcome to newcomers is the job of the
hospitality squad. They introduce tht- new kids to stu-
dents and teachcrs and help thcm get adjusted to
In case you still don't know what a sessilc-eyed isopod
is, we're not going to tell you, mainly because we d0n't
know. But if you really wa11t to End out, this is the
squad to see. Taking care of our friends of the fur and
feather is their business.
When Liberace forgets his cundlcs, or Durante his
nose, or Elvis his sideburns, these prop men must
be ready to provide the necessary equipment. This
Crew can he depended upon to provide anything
from an authentic replica of the Sphynx's nose to a
' ' d hen itis needed.
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b 'i real incentive for
The new auditorium proved to e .
this recently formed committee. Planning a good Weekly
program, making arningenients for outside talent and
inserting several student productions made for lots of
hard, but interesting work.
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Do you have a rare Afghanistanian
statue of Thutmose III delivering his
farewell address? Do you carry it
around all day in a padded vault
' our shoe sole? If so,
hidden in y
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get rid of your ur
the check room squad. Maybe they
will lose it for you.
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The "Marching 200" is the largest unit in the history
of Mt. Lebanon High School. This year's band con-
sisted of 124 members in white uniforms with 16 high-
stepping majorettes and 60 precisioned Range Rock-
ettes. Philip R. Prutzman, bandmaster, stated that the
band not only was larger but had better instrumenta-
tion than ever before.
Drum Major Bonnie Bloomer has been awarded
many National Championship Medals for twirling.
Her flashy twirls brought many cheers from the
stands. Assistant Drum Major Ioanne Beitler also
performed before the home folks, taking over Bonnie's
job at one of the home football games.
The Range Rockettes were the best in Mr. Prutz-
man's opinion. The squad, enlarged from 48 to 60,
was more practical for drill purposes than before.
The white-uniformed marchers presented half-time
shows at all our Mounty football games and appeared
in a half-time show at Allegheny College in Mead-
ville, Pennsylvania. This year's annual Band Revue
was unusually good, and the band made a guest
appearance at the Robinson Township Band Revue,
although it had to turn down many other invitations
simply because of lack of time.
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The Blue and White Band is a special concert
organization composed of approximately I-ifty mem-
bers. These members from the Mellon Iunior High
School Band and the Senior High School Band are
selected on the basis of their musical ability and sin-
cere desire to play music above the high school level.
This band appeared at the Annual Concert and has
also played for the Shrine Luncheon Club, the
Veterans Hospital and other special out-of-town en-
gagements. In playing more serious music, this select
group presented pieces which were prefectly balanced.
The sixteen members of the Dance Band took an
active part in the school program this year. They
played at basketball games and other community
engagements besides appearing at the annual spring
concert. Members of this group, along with their
student leader, Jack Henderson, appeared on WQED
One hundred and forty students of top ability,
composing Mt. Lebanon's Concert Band, worked hard
after the football season closed to play their part in
the annual spring concert. After weeks of practice,
practice, and more practice, this band was presented
to Mt. Lebanon listeners on Friday evening, April
twenty-sixth. The podium was shared by Mr. Prutz-
man, the student directors, and two guest conductors.
The guests were Mr. James G. Borrelli, a former
clarinetist with John Philip Sousa's band, and James
Morrow, once a principal trumpet player with the
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and now a member
of the faculty of Carnegie Institute of Technology.
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Marilyn Briant, Alice Ann Myers, Susan Ilerb, and
Barbara Moeller. These girls were the uccompanists
for the various choral groups this year.
Hammers banged and saws snarled last summer to
provide Mt. Lebanon with a music room for its many
musical groupsg the old girls' gym was remodeled for
just that purpose. XVith these expanded facilities, Mt.
l,ebanon's chorus put on more and better programs in
1956-57 than ever before.
As for quality, the chorus was reduced to sixty select
voices, which Nliss Sneary further divided into two
performing units. If you heard the strains of some
familiar tunes drifting through the halls during first
period, you vfere 'ieirlng the lixllixggd QJl1Ol'llS, composed
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of girls and bovs from all four grades. Second period
was the hour that the Cirls' Clee Club practiced. The
two groups often combined for extra rehearsals during
Tuesday activities periods. after school, and in the
Chorus perforinances were begun thc night of open
house. Soon afterward. vigorous preparations began for
the Christmas assembly and the annual presentation of
llandells Jleszsizzli. The climax of the year came with the
Spring Show. Miss Snearvis charges are to be congratu-
lated on the high standards of their work.
Religious, Spirited, Reminiscent
Each Thursday night this year, the twelve
members of the Triple Trio met in the chorus
room for their Weekly rehearsal. Under the
direction of Miss Sneary, they were drilled in the
art of song. With a repertoire which ranged
from serious numbers such as "Devotion', to the
The Devotional Choir provided the
hymns and other songs which where an
important part of the devotions on the
P.A. each Thursday morning. The mem-
bers of this choir met with Miss Sneary
several mornings before school every
week, and under her direction they
practiced the devotional music and spe-
cial numbers for such holiday seasons
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Sandy Dublin, Iamee Francis,E ' eeseman,
Iudie Hoag, Linda Hofmanigi G ndy McKnight,
Alice Ann Myers - accompanist, Io Ann Vedder,Q-MJ
joy Wertz, Ella Wilson, Iudy Wright, an
gay "Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of lX4SfQIV,jfJ jp! lA1-Son Young.
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Schubert and syncopation, Bachmaninoff and
rhythm -the orchestra assembled a varied repertoire
at its rehearsals in the new practice room under the
auditorium. Under the excellent direction of Mr.
Arthur Yagello, the seventy-five members prepared
programs of classics. light classics, standards, and
Latin-American numbers for the class play, open
house, and other school functions. The highlights of
the year were a trip to Harrisburg in November to
play for the Pennsylvania Nlusic Educators Associa-
tion Convention aud the annual Spring Concert.
VVhile in Harrisburg, the orchestra was invited to
play on the staircase in the rotunda of the Capitol
building. VVith Christmas less than a month away,
the members sat on the steps and played Christmas
carols from memory. On returning from Harrisburg,
the orchestra was asked to perform selections from
its hour-long concert for the student body at one
of our assembly periods in December. This program
included a Schubert overture. a Tschaikowsky suite,
selections from a -lerome Kern musical, a Latin-
American beguine, and an Offenbach ballet suite.
Several orchestra members were selected by com-
petitive audition to play in the annual chair-by-chair
concert of the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Pitts-
burgh Symphony, junior. They found the experience
both satisfying and interesting.
Carols in the Capitol
Voicing the Ideas and Ideals
of the School
The campaign speeches of second semester candidates for
Student Congress marked another Hrst for Mt. Lebanonls new
auditorium. Chuck Reinhold, Cindy McKnight, and Dave
McDonald christened it with successful speeches as they were
elected vice-president, secretary, and president, respectively.
The set-up of the Student Directory was chief among the
uccoinplislnnents of President Gary Turnquist, Vice-President
Sandy Dempsey, and Secretary Paula Fry of the Student
Congress during the first semester. Elected by their classmates
lust June, they got Mt. Lebanorfs school year off on the
In 1931, when Mt. Lebanon High School was first
organized, the administration realized that students
should have a hand in the government of the school.
Thus the Student Congress was born. Known for
many years as the Executive Board, this governing
body has functioned efficiently-creating laws and
making decisions. Composed of homeroom presidents
and senior representatives, the Student Congress
meets once each week to settle the current problems
facing them as legislators.
The process of representative government is begun
as a question arises in the homeroom. "May we have
a student directory this year?" Recognizing the sug-
gestion as valuable, the homeroom president brings
Mt. Lebanon's version of
the "cabinet" is the Ad-
visory Council, which meets
with Dr. Mills during the
year to give him the views
on current problems. Dr.
Mills presents the adminis-
tration's side of the prob-
lems, and they then put
their heads together in an
effort to come up with a
solution. The student prob-
lem-solvers this year were
janicc Paulsen, Bill Malar-
key, Gretchen Taylor, john
llallcr, Susan Beidler, Bill I
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The Student Court decides
the relative truth of the
"Who? - Me? - I - didnit-
do-it" stories which it gets
from pleading students.
Serving this year were:
jack Carlitz, Dave Dole,
Jane Easton, Linda Miller,
Sally Coltman, Olivia Hart-
wig, Bill Lynch, Eddie
Beachler, Cordon Knapp,
Karen Christianson, Cindy
Brown, and Ricky Collins.
it before the Student Congress. The Congress presi-
dent asks for a discussion of the matter, one by one
students show their favor for the suggestion by dis-
cussing its advantages and disadvantages. A fact
finding committee is appointed and the facts pre-
sented to the group by the committee chairman. A
new discussion arises as to whether the directory
shall be printed or mimeographed. Once more the
homerooms are consulted. The decision is made in
favor of mimeographing and work is begun at once
on the new directory.
A question was raised in the homeroom, a dis-
cussion followed in Student Congress, an improve-
ment is made in the school.-Student government
For Services Rendered
QUILL AND SCROLL
Students who have been elected to this international honorary
society for their outstanding achievements in the Held of
journalism are: Sitting: Sally Hornell, Sue Turner, Carl
Cottschall, Odette Kingsley, Judy Hall. Standing: Barbara
Greene, Ian Powers, John Ratigan, Mary Pendleton, Betsy Ben-
nett, Charles Hartwig, Marguerite Bloingren, and Maria Liadis.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The highest honor of the school was conferred upon these
students for their outstanding scholarship and leadership
Row I: Brown, Enright, Rohm, Powers, Holtz, Melman, Fry,
Albo, Jackson, Dick. Row 2: McKnight, Paulsen, Collins,
Powell, Gilbert, Mandell, Linn, Evans, Moore, Archer, Francis,
Sutherland. How 3: Frame, Smith, Curnow, Fuss, Hedgren,
Bauknight, Hill, Burnham, Davidson, Reed, McDonald,
These students were well rewarded for their
hard work hy receiving Activities Keys by the
end of the first semester. Row I: Fry, Powers,
Francis, Collins, Holtz. Paulsen, Jackson, Mel-
man, Sutherland, Cole. Row 2: Powell, Linn,
Rohm, Gilbert, Niandell, Ceeseman, Moore,
Evans, Moeller, Dick, Alho. Row 3: Connelly,
Frame, Recd, Davidson, Hill, McDonald, Van
At the end of the first semester, these girls
were confronted with the demanding question,
"Are you pinned?" Those who received guards
to their Activity Keys are: Row I: McKnight,
Powers, Nlelman, Gilbert. Row 2: Francis,
Xiandell. Jlissirzgz Ackenheil, Liadis, Miller.
A Face-lifting for Ulysses Grant
"Do wc bother you -mother and 17'
"VVhat the Sam Hill's going on herety' exclaimed
General Grant as he smiled indulgently from his
portrait on a 3350 bill.
The occasion was the Senior Play for 1957, with
Dave McDonald breezing through the title role in
"Miz Barry's Etchingsf' It was through Mr. Barryis
efforts that General Grant acquired his unusual smile,
which wreaked havoc in the little town of Stanwick.
VVhen Mr. Barry, moved by the plight of the town
mayor, circulated his fifty-dollar bills, he found him-
self pursued by treasury agents and a ring of pro-
fessional counterfeiters. Mr. Barryls widowed sister
and her daughter, engaged to a bank teller, provided
a homelike atmosphere for the production. A teen-
ager, a town gossip, the mortician's wife, and an
eccentric movie producer added more confusion to
the already hilarious proceedings.
The efficient crew worked hand in hand with the
cast for four busy weeks, performing the myriad
duties connected with a top-notch performance. Mr.
Myers was the ever-present director who coached,
suggested, and provided that extra spark of ambition
to keep everyone united in the successful effort to
make 'iNIr. Barryis Etchingsv the best. Suddenly it
was November 9, and the first student production in
the new auditorium was enjoyed by a Standing-
"Reach for the ceiling, you crummy green
The cast members of "Mr,
Barry's Etchingsn were:
Row I: Cindy McKnight,
Emily Geeseman, Meg
Holtz, Carol Schaup, Dave
McDonald, and Audrey Mel-
man. Row 2: Skip Kepler,
Howard Katzman, Jack Er-
ler, Tom Albertson, Phil Sed-
lak, and Warren Saunders.
Staff members of the SCHIOI pl rv
were Llllfla Lucot Lellfr Nloore
Brrblra Trickett, 'md Karm
"Adam and Eve!
To Know and Understand
SENIOR DELTA-Sitting: Audrey Nlelman, Janice
Paulsen, Harriet Berlin. Standing: Kay Benz, Jane
JUNIOR SIGMA - Sitting: Sue Bletzinger,
Stella Hulsberg, Norma Blackburn. Standing:
Jo Ann Vedder, Marilyn Klostermeycr, Barbara
The Y-Teen year began with the Recognition
Ceremony, which introduced Y-Teens to new
members and new members to Y-Teens.
This formality completed, the various groups
went about their programs of community service.
The sophomores, under the direction of Miss
Hay and Miss Frobese, dressed dolls for under-
privileged children. The Sigmas of Miss Man-
ning spent a "Lost Weekendv in February at a
camp near Zelienople, Pa. Junior Norma Black-
burn attended a Y-Teen conference in VVash-
ington, D. C., and swapped ideas with other
Y-Teens. Mrs. Furlongis seniors spent much of
their spare time in the School for the Blind.
The year was highlighted by interesting
movies and speakers, serious discussions, a pic-
nic, a banquet, and a square dance-activities
that reflected the fun and fellowship of an
HI-YHSittin,g: Bill Snyclcr, Hank Ablau
Stmuling: Harry Ballnum, Bob Fuller.
SOPHOMORE BETA-Sitting: Dellay
Geeselnan, Linda Poole. Standing:
Roberta Johnston, Penny Ferguson,
HARVARD CLUB BOOK AWARD D,A,R, AWARD
JACK GARLITZ JANICE PAULSEN
RENSSELAER AWARD BAUSCH-LOMB AWARD
KEITH DAJXJON DAVID BURNHAM
Fmrlist in Westinghouse Science Tal-
ent Sc lrcli.
Nine instrumental and vocal artists,
selected by Miss May K. Sneary, pre-
sented a Formal Concert in the Jefferson
School Auditorium on February 7. Those
who performed in the concert were:
Miriam Kelly, soprano, Ella Wilson,
soprano, Linda Hofmann, piano, Victor
Hill, piano, Linda Mclntire, violin,
Judy Singer, violin, Roger Blair, clarinet,
Jerrine Ehlers, flute, and Marilyn Mas-
Future Teachers of America is a group spon-
sored by the guidance office which gives
potential instructors a "teacher's-eye-viewu of
their chosen profession. The F.T.A.'ers learn
thc duties and problems connected with the
job of teaching by observation and actual
practice in the grade schools.
Mt. Lebanon's Thcspian troupe had
a large number of applicants this year
due mainly to thc production of three
plays during the school year. At year's
end, the troupe, guided by Mr. Xlycrs,
comprised about fifteen members, all
of whom were active in the school's
Two staffs of writers take turns in-
forming the students of the latest
movies, plays, books, etc., on display
locally. The friendly rivalry between
the Entertainment Bulletin and the
Entertainment Review helps to main-
tain the high quality of work for
which they are noted.
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At first glance, 1957 seemed just like any
other year. We walked the cracks of Cochran
Road twice a day for 180 days. We ate
lunch at noon, or sometimes near noon, groan-
ing about "fish" Fridays and the lack of time.
Between classes breaks found many small
groups engaged in their hourly reunions, one
member eagerly questioning another about
the test last period, or the date this Saturday.
But we could work, and did, even the loafers
tried to look industrious. After school, we
went home, or to a job, or to football prac-
tice, or maybe worked on the Log. At night,
there was of course homework, always home-
work. Physics, English, algebra, history- the
subject made no difference, homework was
always with us, "just like any other yearn . . .
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of fall Fridays. "Gimme an Mf, was his cry,
and an M he always got. His precisely battered
hat and converted Princeton megaphone added
a rakish hilarity to the fun of cheering. In the
winter, we didn't have a Snyder, so we invented
new games, such as counting off the last seconds
on the new clock and making up nicknames like
"Turtle" and "Lukey,,' "Spider,' and "Gummer.v
1957 was the year of Serena and Ullie, of the
student directory and the WQED program, and
of a helicopter flying' low over a fifth-period
girls gym class . . .
These two students 'fwent to school"
at home this year. Bob Aymin had
a special intercom between his house
and the school, and four tutors
brought school to John Smith.
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Ann, Kathy, Barbie, Nancy, lane, Rita, Tooie,
Linda, and Jane lead another victory cry after
another Mt. Lebanon win.
Out of their football uniforms this time arc
,I.V. cheerleaders Mary Adaline, Ann, Bonnie,
Susie, Mary Ann, Sally, and Janis.
and pep rallies
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dances and parties. Gone were all the worries about
homework and collegeg we were caught up in the
business of having fun. But Mondays sobered us
quickly, and we began all over again counting the
days and hours 'til Friday. Spring brought an unend-
ing oasis for the seniors, as senior day preparations
and celebrations began in earnest. Thoughts of senior
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-the Bruno, the Senior Prom, and the Graduation
1957 was not "just like any other yearf' the new
wing and the many new experiences which it brought
with it made any such arduous monotony impossible.
Yet we held Hrmly to the warm, friendly traditions
which had hallmarked Mt. Lebanonls previous years.
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