Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1958
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Lebanon High Scho.ol
IIERRINE EHLERS, Co-Editor
DAVE BROXVNLEE, Co-Editor
PAT XVEXVER, ,Xssistzmt Editoi
Q Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
BOB TAYLOR, Assistant Editor
GRETCHEN TXYLOR, I.IICIi2lli
JILL G.-XI.BR.XI'I'H, Cllimcn Editor
CLARENCE RENSI-IIXNY, Sports Editor
DIANE DAVIES, Art Editor
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A School, A Year, 2200 Students
To debne the Mt. liebanon student is
difficult. He is from cities and states all
over our nation-the product
of countless different enviromnents. He is vivacious-
you will encounter hinl going to or
coming from parties,
dances, football games:
he is serious-
he listens in class, is carefully considering his future,
and if you are unusually perceptive,
you will note that he has a textbook before him
while he absorbs the comments and frantic music of
his favorite disc jockey.
when he supports the varsity teams,
when he is awed by his surroundings.
when he is delighted by
a time, or a place, or a persong
when he is perplexed or disgusted with himself.
He is talkative-
when l1e is with his friends or at a party:
he is strangely silent-
when he is alone.
He is unsure about colleges, careers,
life in general-
but he is just a little more conhdent
because he went to
Mt. Lebanon High School.
Nights of work
Knights of play
Shades of Bermuclcls
Heights of Fashion
The Instruction We Received...
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The Friends We Made...
' The Interests We Developed...
The Games We Played...
The MomentsWe Shared...
The instruction we received. . .
was symbolized by a blackboard, a piece of chalk, and an under-
standing teacher. The blackboard, a means of instruction, was
the surface where hazy mathematical equations suddenly crystal-
ized. The chalk, a connecting link, helped to transfer the knowl-
edge from the mind 'ol' the instructor to the student's notebook.
But it was the teacher who meant the most to us. XVe learned
self-discipline from the strict idealist and his unllinching stand-
ards. The warm assurance and advice of the understanding friend
gave encouragement when it was needed most. The cheerful
enthusiast, with an ever ready joke to put across a point, proved
that learning need not be drudgery. lVith our teachers' help, we
learned as we grew and grew as we learned. Through their
patience and perseverance, we learned to absorb, to reason. and
to live - this was the instruction we received.
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Upon the strong shoulders of Drs. Ralph D.
Horsman and joseph C. Keifer fell the almost
impossible task of supervising the entire Mt.
Lebanon school system. Managing only our
tremendous high school was a feat in itself, so
imagine tossing in six grade schools and a
junior high school for good measure! But the
two superintendents were more than equal to
the task of keeping the Mt. Lebanon schools
in their usual top conditions. Certainly it is to
the credit of these men that our schools are
among the best in the country.
Moulclers of Our Destiny
The educational policies of the Mt. Lebanon school system were governed and
established by the school board. This year the members were - SITTING: lNIr. Otis
C. I-logsett, Miss Miriam Headly, Mr. Beckley Smith, Mrs. Donald C. Lewis. STAND.
INC: Mr. Robert F. Dyson, Mr, -james Daniell. Mr. Williznu C. Berg, Mr. Edward
Buck, and Mr. Samuel A. Schreiner.
Wfith the backing of a progressive administration,
our schools moved steadily forward. Under the able
supervision of Dr. I-Iorsman, the administration
worked diligently executing plans for school im-
provements, while the enthusiasm and efforts of our
school board helped to make Mt. Lebanon High
School what it is today. All ten members of the
board were kept busy seeing that our school's policies
were followed and that sufficient funds were pro-
vided for the maintenance of our buildings.
Under the capable leadership of Dr. Mills, our
principal, and Dr. Moore, vice-principal, our school
continued to operate in its usual smooth manner.
Dr. Mills' busy day was filled with many appoint-
ments, co-ordinating the various activities and sports,
maintaining harmonious faculty-student relations,
organizing the curriculum, and, in general, super-
vising the over-all program of the high school. If a
perplexed student was confronted by a conflicting
schedule, he found willing help in Dr. Moore's office.
The hnal member of our competent administra-
tive staff was Mrs. Morgan, who was usually found
in the attendance ollice, faithfully carrying out her
Wle, the students who enjoyed the advantages of
our school system, direct a vote of gratitude to our
administration for their hard work and sincere
The excellent administrative
guidance and progressive plan-
ning of Dr. Mills have been im-
portant factors in making Mt.
Lebanon one of the top thirty-
eight schools in the nation.
Dr. Mills and Miss Speckhals, his secretary,
were always ready to help faculty and students
alike with questions and problems that came
up during the school day.
A man of many talents.
Mrs. Mayberry, the president of the
PTA, discussed program plans for
each class parent-teacher banquet with
Mrs. Horne and Dr. Moore.
Before having that schedule changed from
drivers training to shop, stop and consider the
amount of patience required in the making and
remaking of two thousand, two hundred sciheds
ules. Not only do Dr. Moore and his secretary,
Mrs. Davies, handle the schedules with efficiency
but also the class rank. college transcripts, the
never-ending registration of new students, and
a complete backlog of graduates, with their
grades. records. and achievements.
Mt. Lebo students were fortunate to
have one of the most outstanding high
school guidance departments in the
nation. Mrs. Horne was always ready
with helpful advice concerning colleges
and curricula, while Mr. Nicklas aided
many students in getting on the right
vocational track. l'Vith Mrs. Irwin,
their secretary, they introduced all the
latest college and business opportun-
ities to the student body.
The Medical Office saw quite a bit of
activity this year. The excitement began
at lVorld Series lime, continued through
the flu epidemic, and Hnally abated as the
last "victim" braved his polio shot. Miss
High found a remedy for all our coin-
plaints 3 including frostbitten ears.
In the midst of active people and their
activities points worked Mrs. Cargill, the
activities director. and her assistant, Miss
Olzaek. Together, they sponsored Student
Congress and Student Court along with
several committees and squads, and saw
that all interested students had a chance
to develop their abilities through the
Keeping track of the whereabouts of Bob and Nancy
at Mt. Lebo produced a mountain of paper work for
Mrs. Morgan and her secretary, Miss ll'ass, in the Attend-
ance Office. But, if Bob wasnit in school, it became the
responsibility of Miss Cordon, the hoinefschool visitor,
to find out the reason why.
Miss jane Moran - English: As-
semblies, Costume Comm. Miss
Marion Olzack - Englishg Activ-
ities. Mr. Clyde Simpson-English.
Miss Nancy McHugh-English.
Mrs. Geraldine Adamson-Englishg
Guidance Comm. Miss Ann Funk
-English. Mrs. Lynette McConnell
-English. Miss Ruth Cordon -
English. Miss Harriet Manning-
Englishg Y-Teens, Bulletin Board
Mr. Richard Jones-Special Educa-
Liong Track. Miss Elizabeth Evans
-Senior Compositiong Auditorium
Ushers. Mr. Julian Mye1'sASpcech,
Dramaticsg Studio Squad, Thes-
pians, Boys' Glce Club. Miss jean
Hay - Senior Compositiong Y-
Teens. Miss Virginia Elliott-ACL
vanccd Englishg Illounty, Enter-
Mrs. Ruth Furlong-English, Y-
Teens. Miss janet Curtis-English.
Mrs. Jeanne Laugh-English. Miss
Florence McLaughlin - English,
journalismg Lantern. Mrs. Eleanor
Miss Margery McClure - Lating
Publicity. Miss Miriznn Bulger -
Latin. Miss Adu Patterson-Latin.
Mrs. Helen Haynes-Lating Prop-
Mrs. jonnne Bailey - EngliSl1:
Make-up Squad. Mrs. Patricia
BiggeAlinglishg Log. Miss Kathryn
Frohese - Englishg Y-Teens. Mrs.
Anna Davis - Iinglishg Guidance
Mr. Kermit Taggart-Civiesg Traf-
fic Squad. Mr. Albert Stnnish W
Yvorld History, Football, Basker-
ball. Mr. David Batchelor-XVorlrl
Historyg Football, Track. Mr.
Richard Toler - Civicsg Cross
Mr. Harry Hadden W World His-
tory. Mr. George Kline - Global
Geog., General Science, Geog.
SA. Mr. TVilbur Moore-Civiesg
IlTll'2llllLll'2li Facility Manager. Mr.
Bernard Kz1bosky+XVorld llistory,
Sealed: Miss Frankie lXIeCurdy -
Comm. Math, Typing. Miss Dor
othy Grove - Shorthand, Typing
Miss Thelma XYhinnie - Book
keeping, Shorthand. Standing
Mr. Kirk Tallinan-Typing. Mr
Merle Blll'I'0XVSfECOIl0llllCS, Prin
Selling, Gen. Businessg Golf. Mr
lVillian1 Mitchell-Typing, Cafe
Mr. Victor Doak - U.S. Historyg
Tennis. Miss Dorothy Davidson -
U.S. History, Girls' Gym. Dr. john
Denbow-U.S. History: Guidance
Comm. Missing: Mr. Donley Mol-
lenauer-U.S. Historyg Cross Coun-
Miss Mary Thorpe-Spanish. Miss
Mildred Lenk - Spanish, Latin.
Miss Rita Roegge-Spanish, Red
Miss Doris Rieker-French. Mr.
Howard jones - French. Miss
Louise Bach -M Frenchg Debating.
Miss Marguerite Beck - German:
Devotional Squad, Scholastic
Miss May Sneary-Choral Music
and Theory, Englishg Triple Trio,
Devotional Choir. Mr. Arthur
Yagello - Orchestra, Instrumental
classes. Missing: Mr. Philip Prutz-
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Mr. Sherrick Gilbert - Biologyg
Chess. Mr. George Dambach H
General Science, Physics, Biologyg
Lost and Found. Mr. John Mehn-
er-BiologYl Biology Squad- Mr-
Charles Lohr - Biologyg Admis-
sions. Missing: Mr. Harry Luebbe
-Biologyg Athletic Manager.
Miss Eileen NesbitthPlane Geom-
etry. Mr. Norman Goodwin - Al-
gebra. Miss Anne Rightmire -
Plane Geometry. Mr. joseph Srp-
Miss Alice Elms-Trigonometry,
Advanced Math. Miss Sarah Smith
-Solid Geometry, Trigonometry,
Math 122: Senior Rings, Com-
mencement Announcements. Mr.
Harry Felich-Algebra, Advanced
Mathg Projection Squad.
Mr. Earl Whipkey - Algebra. Mr.
Mercer Clark-Algebrag Basketball,
Baseball. Mrs. Edith Clark - Al-
gebra. Mr. Richard YValker - Al-
gebrag Football, YVrestling.
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Mrs. Emma Gilbert - Algebra.
Mr. Fred Gaertner - General
Math. Mr. Robert Meyers-Plane
Geometry, General Math.
Mr. Thomas Taylor -Chemistryg
Public Address. Mr. Reed Raines
-Chemistry. Dr. Charles Beck-
Chemistryg Chemistry Squad.
Missing: Mr. Robert Ruth-Phys-
icsg Physics Squad.
Mr. john Neal-Xlloodsbopg Rifle. Mr. Al
Bernhardy-Metal Shop, Mechanical Draw-
Mr. l'Villiam Grant - Gylng Swimming,
Football. Mr. john Beckcrt-Gym. Mr. Ralph
Mrs. Mary Lou Charlton and Miss Jean
MacKinney-I.ib1'aryg Library Squad.
Mr. Douglas Shancr-Artg Art Squad. Mr.
John Ramsey-Mechanical Drawingg Stage
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Mrs. Grace Orr - Personal Adjustment.
Miss Pauline Fish A Home Economies
Qlfoods, Clothingj. Mrs. Joan Meyer-l'e12
Mr. George Lamprinakos - Drivingg Foot-
ball, lVrcstling. Mr. Glenn Reese-Driving.
Mr. Joseph Pagnanelli - Drivingg Gym-
Miss Margaret Billingsley -- Girls' Health.
Mr. john Kraesun-Boys' Healthg Football,
Miss Norma Faieta-Girls' Gym, Girls' Gym-
nasticsg Cheerleaders, G.A.A. Miss Donna
Shaver-Girls' Gym, GAA., Leaders Club.
The friends we made. . .
were gay and serious, brilliant and athletic, loyal
and kind. XVe found them in chemistry class when
a test tube exploded and at track meets as we cheered
Mt. Lebo on to victory. XVe laughed together as the
curtain fell on the '58 Activities Play and when we
dropped our books in the- mad scramble between
classes. XVe spent evenings with them at Junior
Achievement business meetings and worked beside
them in the library doing frantic last-minute research
for a term paper. XVe met new friends at the Rec
and in Student Congress, in the Rockettte line and
during the last minutes before the Devilette's dead-
line. These, the friends we made, were bound to us
lorever by the memorable experiences we shared with
them in 1958. H
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With ci Touch of Regret
The Class of '58 had liveliness - enough
spirit to spark the cafeteria with i'Stand up and
cheer" all through football season, enough vital-
ity to bubble through the anxious days of wait-
ing for college news, enough generosity to share
their exuberance with all Mt. Lebanon at seven
o'clock the morning of Senior Day. Some seniors
approached this big year of their lives with
timidity - 'iHow am I ever going to keep my
grades up with all these activities?"g K'X'Vill I be
invited to all the big Senior parties?',g "Am I
really good enough to be at the 'top of the
heap'P". Then Commencement came - evidently
the grades had been good enough, judging from
the smiles on their faces, they had had many
"blasts"g and from their Senior Day celebra-
tions, you knew that they now felt they were
good enough - the "best", in fact. But it was
not without a tinge ol sorrow that these seniors
approached Senior Day and Commencement.
They had let loose a lot of "blood, sweat, and
tears", yet they were better for it - they had
matured. Although they were hrst and foremost
the Class of '58, they had become young adults.
M. PATRICIA ADAMS
Lantern, G.A.A., Attendance.
JOHN J. AIRHART
Rille, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
Hoincrooln Oil., Football, Vl,1CllCli, JAH Ifootlzall, JAH 'Irack
Intramural Sports, Stage Crew, Tlrespians.
CHARLES XVADE ALCEO
Rifle, IlIlIIZ1lI'llll'2Il Sports. Cafeteria Host.
Lantern, G.A.A., F.'I'.A.
THOMAS E. AMBLER
Mounty, Tennis, Intramural Sports, Boys' Clee Club, Devotional
MARTHA LOUISE ANDERSON
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockette. Y-Teens. F.'I'.A., Attendanfe,
Costuxnc, Medical, Red Cross.
JACQUELINE M. ANGEL
Honor Roll, Homeroonl Oll., G.A.A, Y-Teens. If.T.A., Bulletin
Board Sq., Library Sq., Red Cross.
JAMES DEAN ANTHON
JONATHAN M. YV. API'
Honor Roll, IPIOIIICIOOIII Oil., Ilasketlmall Mgr., J.V. Cross Country,
Intramural Sports, Hi-Y.
IVILLIAM H. ARCHER
Intramural Sports, Parking Sq.
GAYLE A. ASI-IBY
Devilette, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.
JOHN B. ASTIIURY
Honor Roll, Horneroom OII., Football, JAY Track, Decorating.
MARY JEAN ASTBURY
Homeroom OII., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Attendance, Medical.
NICHOLAS V. ATRIA
IVrestling, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Ushers.
MORRIS A. BAIER
JAMES L. BAKER
EVELYN MARIE BANTA
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Decorating, Medical.
RICHARD W. BARKER
Log, Ushers, IVays and Means Chnl.
CAROL SUE BARSON
football, J.V. Football, Intratnural Sports.
IRESA MARIE B.-XTTAGI.I.X
EAA., Y-Teens, Medical.
rITH SUZANNE BAUNIAN
ionor Roll, Devilette, Homeroom Oil., CA..-X., Y-Teens, F.T.A.,
Xttendance, Lihrary Sq.
JXVIN H. BEACHLER
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern, Student
Congress Pres., Student Court, Cross Country Co-Capt., Track
HVARD F. BECKER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Entertainment
Bulletin, Chess, Ushers.
HN XV. BENN
ntratnural Sports, Cafeteria.
.IL O. BENNETT
3.A..X., Range Rockette. Makeup, Social Comm., Thespians.
HN STIQELE BEST
ntramural Sports. Cafeteria Host.
CDREIV IV. BLXNCO
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
NICE C. BISTRICKY
fl.A.A., Y.Teens. Attendance.
DRMA MARIE BIACKBURN
Xctivities Key, Honor Roll. Homeroom Oil., G.A..tX., Leaders
flluh, Y-Teens Pres., Physics Sq.
tNCY A. BLAKE
Devilette. Y-Teens. Information, Medical.
NDA ANN BIMXNQIT,-XR'l'
Honor Roll, Entertainment- Bulletin, Homeroom Oil., G..-X..-X.,
IE DIANA BLETXINCER
Activities Key, Homeroom Oil., G..-X..X., Leaders Cluh, Y-Teens.
F.'l'.A., Studio, Usherettes. Orchestra.
ARY R. BLODCETT
Swimming, Intramural Sports. Parking Stl.. Traffic.
ONALD F. BOCK
Homerooin Off., Swimming, Chemistry Sq., Physics Sq., Stage
tNNA L. BOGGS
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Entertainment Bulletin, Y-Teens
Medical. Red Cross.
Devilctte, GAA., Attendance.
IHARLES IV. BORGERDINC. ,IR.
Swimming, Chemistry Sq.. Medical. Parking Sq., Band Mgr.
Boys' Clee Cluh.
Baseball, Football, j.V. Football. Intramural Sports.
Devilette, Entertaininent Bulletin. tQA..X.. Y-Teens, Attendance
MARGARET LEE BOXVSER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Range Rockette. Y-Teens.
MARY LYNNE BOWSER
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens.
DONNA JEAN BRANT
Devilette, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Cafeteria Hostess,
.Activities Key, Ilomerooln Oil., Honor Roll, G.A.A.. Y-Teens,
F.T.A.. Devotional, Publicity. Chorus.
ELIZABETH I". BRIGGS
G.A.A., Library Sq.
GEORGIA G. BRODINE
Honor Roll, Hoineroom Oil., GAA., Attendance.
BEVERLY ANN BROXVN
CRAIG H. BROWN
Intramural Sports, Ushers.
DUNCAN M. BROXVN
Track Mgr., J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports.
NANCY JO BROWN
Honor Roll. G.A.A.. Range Roclaette, Decorating, Honor Award
DAVID ANDERSON BROWNLEE
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log Co-Ed., Enter-
tainment Bulletin, Homerooln Oil.. Social Conun., K'Goodbye,
My Fancy," Thespians.
H. BEVERLY BRUSH
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A., F.T.A., Medical.
ELIZABETH ARLENE BRYAN
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus.
DAVID M. BRYCE
Intragiwural Sports, Ushers.
ESTELLE ANN BUCHHEIT
Lantern, Log, Mounty, Hoinerooin Off., G.A.A., Art Sq.. Attend-
ance, Red Cross.
Homeroom OII., Range Roekette.
ROBERT E. BUDAVICH
Football, Intramural Sports.
BONNIE ELIZABETH BUERKLE
G.A.A., Library Sq., Properties.
Homeroom Oil., Basketball, Intramural Sports, Devotional Choir,
Boys' Glee Club.
JUDITH LYNN BURGE
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Decorating, XVays and Means.
JAN K. BURKETT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil., J.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
Hi-Y, Ushers, Boys' Glee Club.
Honor Roll. Devilette, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A., Attendance.
JOHN C. BUSSE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball Mgr.
J.V. Football, Chemistry Sq., Projection, Boys' Glee Club.
VIRGINIA LEE BI"I"I'IiRYVORTH
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Circulation Mgr., Mounty, Home-
room Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., Library Sq., Lsherettes.
GEORGE D. CAIN
Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice-Pres., Homeroom Off.. Foot.
ball, Track, Intramural Sports, Decorating.
JOSEPII T. CALMES
Homeroom Off., Swimming, Intramural Sports.
DAVID H. CAMPBELL
Swimming. Intramural Sports, XVays and Nleans.
JOSEPH E. CANTELUPE
J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
RALPH E. CARLSON
Basketball, Honor Roll.
GLORIA J. CARMEN
MARY NOLASCO CARROLL
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Lantern, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A.,
Leaders Club, Host and Hostess Clim.. Library Sq.
RICHARD P. CARROLL
Gymnastics, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
BLANCHE E. CARTXVRIGHT
Log, C-.A.A., Range Roekette, Medical, Chorus.
XVILLIAM LEE CASSIDY
PATRICIA L. CHAMPION
Devilette, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Student Guidance Coun il.
DOROTHY JEAN CHELQIIIST
Range Roekette, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens Oil., Honor Roll, Red
Cross, Lantern, Bulletin Board Sq., G.A.A., Log.
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Decorating, Red Cross.
SAMUEL J. CHIODO
J.V. Football, Cafeteria Host.
MICHAEL H. CLARKE
ROBERT C. CLARKE
JOHN M. COFFEY
Honor Roll, Hoiueroolu Oil., Track, JN. Track, Physics Sq. Cluu..
Studio, Orchestra, Boys' Clee Club.
VIRGINIA C. COLE
Entertainment Bulletin. C.A.A., Y-Teem. Library Sq.
SARAH M. COLTMAN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Court, Devotional, Make-up
Tliespians, XVays and Means. Devotional Choir, Chorus.
RAYMOND B. COMFORT
Track, J.V. Track, Band,
LINDA RUTH CONANVAY
CAA., F.T.A.. Library Sq.. Studio.
JOHN B. CONOMOS
Honor Roll, Intrzunural Sports. Projetttion, Public Atlclress. Boys'
Glee Club, Chess.
NANCY B. COOKE
Hornerooin Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
GERALD B. COOPER
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Homeroom Oil., Basketball, Tennis,
J.V. Basketball, Ifsliers, Orchestra.
RUTH ANN CRICHLEY
GAA., F.T.A., Attendance. Library Sq.
STEPHEN A. CROIQCH
JOHN T. CUNNIFF
JOYCE E. CITNNINCLHANI
Log, GA..-X., Y-Teens, Retl Cross.
PATRICIA A. CUNNINCHAM
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Red Cross.
JUDITH A. DAILEY
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
LAURA LYNN DANIBACI-I
Activities Key, C.A.A., Y-Teens. lf.T,A. Honor Award Comm.,
Medical, Cap and Gown Conuu.
SUZANNE XV. DANA
Lantern, Log. Homeroom Oll.. Rifle. G.A.A.. Leaclers Club,
Library Sq., F,T.A.
BERNARD YV. DAUBE
CONSTANCE MAE DAIFGHERTY
Lantern. Log, Honieroom Off.. C,A.A,, Majoretle.
DAN L. DAVIDSON
Honor Roll, Log, Intramural Sports.
DIANE E. DAYIES
Honor Roll, Ing Art Ecl., Mounty, C.A.A,, Y-Teens.
CASA., Rzmgc Rorkcttc, Y-llict-ns, If.'l'. X.
G.A.A., Y-Toons, I.ost :mtl Found, Red Cross.
R. ELAINE DAVISON
Nlounty. G,A.A,, Y-locus. Rccl Cross.
WILLIAM IS. DAVISON
IYrcstling, JN. Football, .IAQ Trauk. lIlll'llIIIlll'2ll Sports, Cafeteria.
Ways :mtl Mczms, lshers Clrm.
KAREN LYNNE DAWSON
G.A..-X., Y-Teens, F.'I',A,, Costume, Tlicspizms.
YANCY R. DESI'OR'I'
SER.-XLD F. DICK
SIARY JANE DILLON
Honor Roll, Hoincroom Off.. Y.'I'r-cus. If.T,A., I'sl1c1'cttes.
SUSAN I.OUISE DODSON
C.A.A.. Y-Teens. F.'I'.A.
1 KENNETH DOHNER
LOGER F. DOLANCH
.ONALD II. DORNE'IS'I'A
Log, Intrzlmurul Sports.
IAVID D. DOZER
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Band.
SHARON L. DRISKELL
Intramural Sports. Buncl,
RICHARD F. DUFNER
Intramural Sports, Boys' Glce Club.
Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Icons, Attendance, Library Sr.. Red
JEAN R. DUTY
EEN JOYCE EDWARDS
Honor Roll, Log, I'IOIIlCI'OOII1 OII., G.A.A.. Range Rockettc,
Library Sq., "Goodbye, My Fancy."
T' Y l
SUSAN ELISABETH EGMORE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Costume, Decorating.
JERRINE E. EHLERS
Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log
C0-Ed., Homeroom Off., Decorating, Devotional, Band, Formal
D. JERRY ELAM
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Gymnastics, Intramural Sports,
BARBARA Y. ELLIOTT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil, GAA.. Y-Teens, Information.
SANDRA LEE FAIRCLOTH
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Oil., G,A.A., Y-Teens, Devotional, Red
Cross, HGoodbye, My Fancyf'
MARGARET H. FALKE
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Entertainment Bulletin Ed., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Information, Library Sq.
DAVID FAULKNER '
Honor Roll, Homerooin OIT., Baseball, J.V. Football, Decoratingq
FRED L. FELDMEIER
Hoinerooln Off., Intramural Sports,
SANDRA L. FELICETTI
Honor Roll, Quill and Scroll. Lantern News Ed., G.A.A.
PATRICIA ANN FISHER
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Bulletin Board Sq., Honor Award Clnn,,
IVILLIABI A. FISHER
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, J.V. Football, Intramural
LINDA KENT FITHIAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, I-Iomeroom Off., G.A..X., Y-Teens,
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria,
JOHN THOMAS FLEMING
Biology Sq., Physics Sq., Projection, Boys' Glee Club, XVays
JUDITH J. FLINN
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens, F.'l'.A., Honor Award Comm.,
Lost and Found, Red Cross.
ELLEN YV. FOLAN
JAMES LEE FOLTZ J
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Swimming, Track, Intramural Sports.
JAMES YV. FORRESTER
Honor Roll, Mounty, Entertaimnent Bulletin, Chess, Publicity.J
Cafeteria Host. i
ONNA L. FRANCIS
Lantern, G..X..X., Y-Tccns. F.'l'..X., Decorating. Mt-cliczll.
G.A.A., Y-Tccns, Devotional.
IRGINIA LFE FRAPS
Lantcrn, FlllCl'l1lllllllClll Bullctin, XVziys :incl Means.
.LBERT CEORCL FRASER III
Honor Roll, Homcroom Oll., LIN, Cross Country, 'l1l'LlCli,
Intramu1'al Sports, Fslicrs.
LOBERT P. FREEMAN
Lantern, Log. fiflIlIl2lSllCS, Cross Country, Intramural Sports,
QANCY B. FRY
Lantern, Rillc, C..X..X., Range ROt'liCllC, Y-Teens.
Honor Roll, Homcroom Oil.. l.CZlLlCI'S Club Off., F.T.A., Hospi-
tality, Uslicrcttcs Clim.. Stuclcnt cillltl2lllt'C Council, Tlicspizins,
"Goodbye, My Fancy."
'AUL S. FUZZARD
Golf, Football, Intrzunurzil Sports, lfslicrs.
ILL N. G.Xl.BR.XI'1'H
Activities Key :intl Cuzn'tl, Honor Roll. Log Classes Ed., Homcf
room Oil., Rillc, LC2ltlC1'S Club. Runge Rockette, Attendzincc,
Social Comm. Clnn.
LAIL ANN CALLOWAY
Lantern, G..X..X., Attcntluncc, Rillc.
L, EDWARD CARNHART
Actixitics KL-y. Honor Roll. Lantern, Log .Xrt lid., Entertainment
Bulletin, Ilomcroom Oil., Art Sq. Clim., Studio, Thespinns.
'UDITH ANN GEYER
DIANA LEE CIBBS
Activities Kev. Honor Roll, Homcroom Oll., GA..-X., Runge
Rockcttc, Ylllccns, Decorating, Honor Awilrfl COITNH'
IRAN F. onyx
GAA., Costume. I.ilmrzn'y Sq., Real Cross.
,ICHARD A. GOPIQL
Cross Country Mgr.. 'Iizictk Mgr.. Inlrziniurul Sports.
LAUDIA J. c:R.xN'1' '
Honor Roll, C..X..X., Y-Teens.
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Nlountr Iitl., Homcroonr Off., C..-MX..
Biology Sq., Clic-mistry Sq., Stuclio, l'iIllCl'l2llllll1Clll Bulletin.
CARL C. GREER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, H
Country, Track, Ushers, Boys' G
WILLIAM 'I'. GRUMMER
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
SUSAN LYNN GULLION
Honor Roll, Devilette Co-Ed.,
J. RICHARD GUNNING
Football, WVrestling, J.V. Footba
CAROL JOAN HALL
omcroom Off., Basketball, Cros
G.A.A., Leaders Club, Y'Tecns
l, Intramural Sports.
antern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, L
Range Rockette, Y.Teens, F.T.A., Medical.
LINDA EYVELL HALL
Lantern, G.A.A., Library Sq., Medical.
JOHN S. HALLER
Advisory Council, Honor Roll,
Honorary Member of Student C
RODGERS MCCRARY HARPER
Honor Roll, Biology Sq., Chemi
SUZANNE F. HARPER
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F
JON P. HARRIS
Rifle, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y, l
RICHARD D. HARTMAN
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
BARBARA E. HAUGHERY
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off.,
EDYVARD H. HAYES
MARGARET LOUISE HAYNOS
Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Tee
NANCY A. HEADLEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.
JACK E. HENDERSON, JR.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Ho
Thespians, Ushers, Band, "Good
LYNN MARIE HENDERSON
Log, Homeroom Off, Thespians,
VIRGINIA CAROL HENDRICKS
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Devotional.
BEVERLY ANN HENRY
Lantern, Rifle, G.A.A., Y-Teens,
ELEANOR ANN HENRY
G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, F.T.A.,
ongress, Cross Country, Chemistrj
stry Sq., Projection, Studio.
.T.A,, Red Cross.
hysics Sq., Ushers.
G.A.A., Cafeteria Hostess, Ret
ns, F.T.A., Library Sq.
meroom Off., Intramural Sports
aye, My Fancy."
Chorus, 'tFortune Teller."
Make-up Chnl., Medical,
USAN B. HERB
Honor Roll, Mounty, Entertainment Bullutin. Chorus, "Goodbye,
My Fancy," "Fortune Teller."
I. .VXLIAN IIERISIG
Honor Roll, Homcroom Oil. Intramural Sports.
IETTY ISRONWYN HICE
Hom:-room OIl',, Lantern. G.A..X.. Y-Icons. Medical.
AMES Cl. HIGGINS. JR,
JN, Gross Country. 'I4rat'k, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
J.V. Football, Cafeteria. Parking Stl.
ILINTON .L IIOIJDER
QXLVIN A. HOERNEMAN
Log, Intramural Sports, Band.
Football. XVrcstling, Track, IV. Football, IV. Track.
VILLIAM MI. HOLOHAN
Homcroom OII., Intramural Sports.
JOEL E. HOLSHOIISER
Honor Roll, IV. Football, Intramural Sports.
.ARRY L. HOIII'
Wrestling. Biology Sq.. Projection.
JANCIY LOUISE HOOYER
Actixitics Key, Honor Roll. Lantcrn, Stuclcnt Congress SCC..
Hornerooni Oil., G .X..X., Cbccrlcatlcr. Range Rockctte, Medical.
LUDY C. HOOVER
OHN V. HOUSER
PENNIS M. HUDSON
HO1llC1'lJCJllI Oll', Intranlural Sports.
LLAN R. HUGHES
Honor Roll, F.T.A.
IELEN IAIR HULL
Honor Roll. Lantern, Mounty, Hoincroom OKI., G..X..'X., Make-up.
Thcspians, A'Gootlbyc. My Fancy."
STELLA MARY HKLSBERG
Activitics Kcy, Honor Roll, I'IOlIlCl'OOlll Oll.. GAA., Lcatlcrs
Club, Y-'l'ccns. Biology Sq.. Medical Ciluu.
JARJORIE .XNN HUMESTON
Honor Roll, lloincrooin Off.. Rillt-. G..X..X.. Y-Tccns, Library
Honor Roll. Log, Homcroom Oll.. 'lirack. XYrcstling, JY. Football,
ROBERT C. HUNTER
HOlIIC1'0OII1 Off, Intramural Sports.
Art Sq., Medical.
JUDITH PAULA JA Pl'
Activities Key, Log, C..X.A., Leaders Club, Y-Teens, F.T.A
Library Sq., XVays anal Means, Chorus.
JUDITH ANNE JESTEADT
Lantern, Log, Red Cross, CA..-X., Cap and Gown Comm.
RICHARD NI. JOHNSTON
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports. Public Address.
ALLYN E. JONES
J.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
DONNA LEE JONES
JANET v. JONES J
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Oll'., GA..-X., Y.Teens Pres
Cafeteria, Hostess, YVays and Means.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
DAVID G. JOSEPH
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Stage Crew.
REGIS C. KARCH
Football, Wrestling, J.V, Football, Intramural Sports, Cafeteriz
MYRNA B. KARCIS
Activities Key, Lantern, Homeroom Oll., GAA., Range Rockett
Y-Teens, Decorating, Honor Award Comm.. Library Sq.
STEPHEN LEE KAUFMAN
Holneroom Off., Intramural Sports. Cafeteria, Ushers.
ROBERT D. KEIM
Honor Roll, Lantern, I-lomeroom Oil., Chemistry Sq, Chin
JOHN F. KELLY
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, J.V. Basketball, Intramurz
OTIS C. KELLY
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
ADRIANNE FAITH KENIEJUK
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., CAA., Range Rockettf
NEDRIA M. KERR
Medical, Red Cross, Y-Teens.
ROBERT EARL KIDNER
J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intranulral Sports, Cafeteria
Packing Sq., Ushers.
RUSSELL R. JORDAN
'ATRICIA E. KIDNEY
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Auditorium Planning.
'ORD S. KIMMEL
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
IARCARET S. KLINCENSMITH
Mounty, Entertainnlt-nt Bulletin, C.A.A., IVays and Means.
IARILYN FRANKIES KI,OS'lil-QRMEYER
Actiiitics Key, Ilonor Roll, Homeroom Off.. Deyilettc Co-lid.,
Range Rockelle. Y-Teens Oil., Art Sq., Vslierettcs. Orchestra.
LDIIH ELIZABEIII KNIl'E
DENNIS L. KRAIIER
IOY CAROL KRAMER
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Lantern Feature Ed., Log. C.A.A.
Medical, Publicity. '4Coodbye, My Fancy," Thespians.
MARY JO KRAUSE
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
KATHERINE JEAN KREH
Honor Roll, Homerooin OII., G.A.A., Library Sq., Red Cross Off.
Student Guidance Council.
IOHN N. KRUCH
Gymnastics, Track, M'restling, JAH Track, Intramural Sports.
RUSSELL G. LACHMAN
KOSEMARY ANN LAMANNA
G.A.A., Attendance, Information, Lost and Found, Medical.
SANDRA B. LAMONT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Tliespians, Studio, Red Cross, Devotional
Choir, Chorus, "Fortune Teller," "Goodbye, My Fancy."
IAY S. LAND
Honor Roll, Cafeteria, Parking Sq., Physics Sq., Ushers.
IANE SHE PARD LANGRETH
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homerooin Off.,
G.A.A., Leaders Club Oil., Attendance, Library Sq., Publicity.
ILSAN GRANT LANGRli'1iH
l Activities Key and Guard. Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty
G.A.A., Leaders Club, I.llll'2I1'y Sq., Publicity Chin.
WAYNE LARA B E E
Activities Key, Honor Roll. I-Ioineroom Off., Football, j.V. Foot-
, ball, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
THOMAS F. LASKO
Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Homeroonl Oil., Football, KIA
Football, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
AVILLL-XM P. LAAVLER
JAMES H. LAYTON
Log, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
Nancy Hoover und Paul SiC2l
CU 11151 COUPLE NIOST LIKELY TO SLTCCEED
Xnne Potter md B111 Flgher I111 Galbraith and Dave Brownlee
BEST ALL-AROUND MOST Dl:1l'l2ND,XBLE WITTIEST -
S116 Llghmel' 211111 lid BUZWNC1' Pinky Henry and Bill Lynch Blanche Cartwright and George Cain
Gretchen Taylor and Doug N1llSlllllll
MOST ATHLETIC BEST LOOKING
Judy japp and George Schein Pat Tichcnor zuul Chuck Nlucller
DANIEL WILLIAM LEE i
Activities Key, Log, Homerooin Off., Basketball, Track Co-Capt.
J.V. Basketball, Intranunal Sports, Stage Crew Chin., 'Fhespians
MARY KATHRYX LICIS
Honor Roll, Homerooni Oil., C.A.A., Medical, Red Cross.
ERNEST A. LEN'1'HAI.I.
Honor Roll, Honierooni Off., Physitts Srl., Band.
NANCY J. LESKER
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Log, Hoineroonl Off., G.A.A., Major
ette Co-Capt., Decorating Comm, Chun.. Devotional, Ilsherettes.
JEAN B. LINGHAM
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
Honor Roll, Gym Sq.
LINDA LEIGH LIVENCOOD
Honor Roll. G.A.A,
THOMAS L. LIVENCOOD i
J.V. Football, Intrfnnural Sports.
THOMAS D. LOHRENTZ
Activities Key. Honor Roll. Homerooin OIT.. Cross Country, JA'
'l'rack, Intramural Sports. Boys' Clee Club.
ROBERT M. LOUFEK
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
Mounty, Entertainment Bulletin, Chorus.
LYNN S. LOVE
Chorus, "Fortune Teller," Band. Orchestra, "Goodbye, My Fancyff
ARTHUR C. LOXV W
IVrestling. JY. Cross Country, Intramural Sports, Hi-Y, Biology
NANCY D. LUKENS I
G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader, Y-Teens, F.T..A. 1
G.A.A.. Y-Teens, Orchestra. W
IVILLIAM F. LYNCH, JR. W
Activities Key and Guard. Honor Roll, Student Court, Homeroon
Off., Football Mgr., Track Mgr., Studio Mgr., Boys' Intramura
KATHLEEN M. LYNOTT .
GAA., Cheerleader, Information, Medical.
A. JAMES MacDONALD
CAROL DEE MacDONALD
Honor Roll, GAA., Range Rockette.
LINDA W. MacLEAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Medical.
NANCY LEORA MADSON
Lantern, Mounly, Honlcrooin OH., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Art
STEPHEN T. MAGOON
Activities Kev. Honieroonn Oil., Track, J.V. Cross Counlrv,
WROBERT C. MAHONEY
l Intramural Sports.
JOAN MARIA MAITLAND
Lantern, Devilette. C.A.A., Majorette CofCapt.. Ffl'.A., Attend-
ance, Costume, Decorating. Red Cross.
BONNIE J. MANCINI
Mountv, Hoinerooin OII., Hospitalitv, Cafeteria Hostess, Informa-
tion, Library Sq., Red Cross.
NIYRNA DIXIE MANDELL
Honor Roll, Lantern. Mountv. Honieroom OIT., CAA., Medical,
3 G.A.A., Y-Teens, lf.'l'.A,, Attendance, Medical, L'sherettes
CHARELLE R. MARPLE
Lantern, Entertainnient Bulletin.
CAROL ANN MARTIN
G.A.A., Honor Award Comm., Medical.
lDAVID M. MARTIN
l Gymnastics, Swinnning, Art Sq., Stage Crew, Tliespians.
lLOIS ANN MARTIN
J Lantern, Log. C.A.A.. Y-Teens, Information.
ISIQSAN F. MART!
l Honor Roll, Lantern, Honieroom Off., G.A.A.. Y-Teeiis,
J MARILYN MASTICRSON
1 Hlays and Means, Chorus, Triple Trio, Band.
BIARGARET KAY BI.-XTTHEYVS
Honor Roll, GAA., Y-Teens, Attendance, Devotional Clnn.
ARDITH ANN MAURHOFF
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homerooni Oil., G.A.A.,
Leaders Club, Majorette, F.T.A., Library Sq.
JUDITH ANN MAYER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information.
BETTY JEAN McCLAY
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical. Red Cross.
Cross Country, Track, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track.
JAMES J. McCllE'
Gvmnastics. Rifle, Swimming, J.V. Football, Intrznnural Sports.
LINDA J. McIN'l'IRI-1
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Orchestra. Formal Concert.
Activities Kev, Honor Roll, Hoinerooni Off., G.A.A.. Devotional,
JO ANN McKAY
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A.. Bulletin Board Sq., Library Sq.
Clnn., Red Cross.
GEORGE N. McKEE
Homerooin Off., Intramural Sports.
JUDY ANN MCKIBBEN
Honor Roll, Honierooin Oil., GAA.. Clieerleader, Devotional.
CHARLOTTE LOUISE Mt-MILLEN
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Lantern, Mounty, Hoineroom Oil.
G.A.A.. Attendance, Bulletin Board Sq., Library Sq.
SARAH ELIZABETH MQSTEEN
Log, G.A.A., Range Rockctte, ETA., Medical Sq.
JOAN LYNN MELCHER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.'l'..X., Bulletin Board Sq., Medical. Red Cross.
Activities Key, Honor Roll. Hoinerooin Oil.. Cliemistry Sq., Studio,
lVays and Means. Boys' Glee Club. "Goodbye, My I'rancy,'
lVrestling. J.V. Track.
JAMES H. MERING III
Activities Key, Honor Roll. I'Ionu-room OIT., XVrestling, Intrainural
Sports, Hi-Y, Cafeteria Host.
PAUL C. NIERZ
JOHN MEURY, JR.
Intramural Sports, Hi-Y.
JOHN R. MEYERS
Honor Roll, Honierooln Off., Intratnural Sports. Clieinislry Sq.,
Mlays and Means, K'My Sister Eileen," Student Guidance Council.
F. RICHARD RIILLER, JR.
Honor Roll, Mounty, Cliess, Cross Country, Intramural Sports,
Biology Sq., Chemistry Sq., Public Address. Oreliestra.
JOHN S. MINTUN
Activities Key and Guard, Lantern, Log, Track, Dexotional Sq.
and Choir. Tliespians. "Messiah," HMy Sister Eileen," Htlooclliyc,
Cross Country, J.V. 'l'rack, Intramural Sports.
JO ANN MITCHELL
Honor Roll, Lantern, Iloinerooin Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical.
JOHN A. MITCHELL
Honor Roll, Homcrooin Oil.. Ushers.
MARY E. MITCHELL
Honor Roll, Mounty, Entertainment Bulletin. G..X.A.
NANCY ANN MODERY
Lantern, G.A.A., Art Sq.
Honor Roll. Lztntern, Log. CLA. X.. X- Icons. Inlortnzttton. Mecltcztl
DONALD A. MOORE
MARY JANE MORDASII
Honor Roll, Mountr. Hotnerootn Oil., l".'l'.A., luliortnzttion cilllll.
Retl Cross, Unis :intl Mcztm.
l'A'l'RICIA B. MORONEY
G.A.A., Y-Teens. Infortnntion. l.iln'ztrr Sq.
JOIIN D, MORRIS
CARL FREDERICK MOSLENER
llonor Roll, Honu-room OIT., 'l'r:u'l4. J.V. Cross Country. JN,
Cross Country, J.V. Trzuk. J.V. Cross Country, Intrzunural Sports,
CHARLES L. Ml'EI,I.ER
Honor Roll, Homeroorn OIT., Ifootlmll, J.V. Football. Intrzunurnl
LOIS A. MUELLER
Honor Roll, C.A.A.. Range Rorkettc, Y-Teens. Lost and Fountl.
.Activities Key, Honor Roll. Lantern. Log, Homcroom OIT., Devil-
cttc Co-Etl., Lczulers Cluln Pres.. Runge Roclxetttz CL.A.A. Counril,
JOHN AY. ML'NCAS'l'ER
Honor Roll. Lantern, Mountr, Holncroonl Oil., J.V. Cross
Country, J.V. Truck, Intramural Sports, Devotional, Vslicrs.
BENJAMIN AV. Ml'ROS, JR.
Hotnerooin OIL. Intrnnulrrtl Sports. Boys' Glcc Club.
DANIEL J. MURPHY
Honor Roll. Entertznituncnt llulletin, Homerooni Off., Tennis,
Intrzunural Sports. Clu-niistry Stl.
ALICE ANN MYERS
.Activities Key. Honor Roll, G,A.A., Y-Teens, Devotional. Infortnzt-
tion, Uslierettcs, Chorus. lriplc Trio .-Acc.
DOUGLAS C. NAISMITH
Advisory Countxil, Activities Key, llorncroorn Oil., Cross Country.
'l'rzu'k, Dcvotioxiittl, Hospitality. Studio, Tliespiztns.
l'A'l'RlCIA ANN NECIZLE
Aetixitics Key :intl Cuztrtl, Honor Roll. Lantern. Devilcttc Etl.,
Log, Holncrooln Oil.. I.etulcrs Club, Hospitality, AA':tys zuul
CAROL LOUISE NOBEI.
Activities Key :uul Cunrtl, Honor Roll. Lantern Typing Ecl., Log
Business Mgr.. Honu-room Oil.. fi.A.A.. Mecliczxl, Retl Cross, Bzuul,
FRANK A NORTHRFI'
J.V. Football, Intrzunurzil Sports, Projection.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil.. Easketball, J.V. Cross Country, Hi-Y
CYNTHIA A. OBEY
Lantern, Mounty. G.A.A., YATeens. Decorating. Cafeteria Hostess
JUNE XIARY IT. OHLEGER
RICHARD J. OLIVER
SAMUEL F. ORTH
Lantern, Ways and Means.
SALLY CHASE ORTNER
KATHIE M. ORTOLF
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Medical, Information.
MARLENE DIANE OSWICK
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Attendance, Information, Medical.
Baseball, J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports.
LOUISE A. PARKER
TIMOTHY M. PARSONS
NANCY JEAN PEARSON
Homeroom Off., G.A.A.. Y-Teens, Attendance.
PETER K. PECKHAM
Log, Homeroom Off., Track.
RICHARD D. PERKINS
Honor Roll, Hoineroom Football, Track, J.V. l3asketball,i
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
PABIELA JAYNE PETERBIAN
.Activities Key, Honor Roll. Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off.. G.A.A.,
ROGER F. PHILLIPS
Entertainment Bulletin, Track. J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
RICHARD C. POLACHEK
Homeroom OIT., Gymnastics.
THOMAS S. POLLOK
Cross Country, Swimming, Track, Intramural Sports.
ANNE LOIS POTTER
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockettc, Attend-
ance, Medical, Honor Roll,
L. JEFFREY POWELL
Honor Roll, Homcroom Off., Intramural Sports, Boys' Clee Club,
ANTHONY A. PREZIOSO
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Cross Country, J.V. Cross Country,
PATRICIA LOUISE PRICE
GLORIA N. PRINION.-XTO
LEE E. PIIRNELL
Rifle, Parking Sq., Physics Sq., 'iMessiah."
KURT G. RABISEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.
JEAN LOUISE RAY
.Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Oil., G.A.A.,
Bulletin Boartl Sq., Devotional, Information.
JANE BURT REARICK
Homeroom OIT., Honor Roll, Chemistry Sq., Library Sq., Stuclio,
Triple Trio, "Fortune Teller," Thespians, Formal Concert.
JOAN F. RECH
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
FAX RECTOR, JR.
J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports.
Art Sq., Mounty.
NANCY L. REED
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Devotional, Scholastic.
ROBERT C. REINSTADTLER
Football, J.V. Football. Intramural Sports, Decorating.
CLARENCE RENSHAIV II
Honor Roll, Log Sports Ed., Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
Decorating, Devotional, Publicity, Stage Crew.
JUDITH L. REYNOLDS
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Blue Devil, Achievement Chm., Honor
THOMAS D. RICCA
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.. Intramural Sports, Band.
DONNA LEE RIDINGER
G..-XA., Range Rockette, Y-Teens.
AVrestling, J.V. Football, J.V. Track.
DONALD V. RITENOUR, JR.
1 Studio, XVays and Means.
, JUDITH E. ROBINSON
' Blue Devil, Student Guidance Council, G.A.A.. Cafeteria Hostess.
GLENN WILLIAM ROCK
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, J.V. Football
J.V. Track. Intramural Sports.
ROBERT B. RODENBAUGH
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
PHILIP J. ROHM
J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Football. lutrzuuural Sports.
ROY J. ROSCOE
Homeroom Off., Basketball, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football, Intra
KENNETH R. ROSS
SUE ANN ROSSMAN
G.A.A., Range Roekctte.
LAURA JANE ROVECNO
Log, G.A.A., Art Sq., Red Cross.
LOIS A. SABLE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil.. GAA., Majorette, F.T.A., Decorating
Honorary Member of Student Congress. GAA., Vice-Principals
MARGARET L. SANDERS
Honor Roll, Rifle, GAA.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Red Cross.
DIANE H. SCHAFER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T..X., Red Cross, Chorus.
Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice-Pres., Football, Track,
IRENE L. SCHIETINGER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Red Cross, Chorus.
YVESLEY D. SCHROEDER
Honor Roll, Entertainment Bulletin, F.T.A., Chorus, Art Sq.,
Bulletin Board Sq.
GENE ANA SEDLACHEK
Honor Roll, Mounty. Homeroom Off., GAA., Art Sq., Library
MATTHEIV F. SELAN
FRANCIS A. SGRO
J..V. Football, Intramural Sports.
JLDITH LEE SHAFFER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log. UAA., F.T.A., Medical, Rerl
Cross. Chorus. AAIZINS :intl Means.
PHILIP D. SHERMAN
Honor Roll, Hoinerooin Off.. Intrznnurul Sports, Properties.
K. LEIGII SHIELDS, JR.
Swimming. Intrznnural Sports.
IYILLIAM JOHN SHORTREED
JN. Footlmll, IIlll'lllllllI'lIi Sports, Scholastic.
PAI'L A. SICA
Student Congress Pres.. Stutlenl Court, Holneroorn Ofl.. Intra-
xnurzrl Sports, Hospitality.
ALICE H. SIMPSON
Honor Roll, Mounty. Rifle. Y-Teens. Art Sq,, Bulletin Board
C,-XAIILE ANNE SIPLIS
Rifle, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
Honor Roll, GAA., Y-Teens, l7.T.A.
CAROL Ii. SKARADA
GLADYS A. SMI-XII.
EARL A. SMITH
Honor Roll, IIOIIICTOOIII Oil.. Tmrk, Traelt, Intrznnural
GRETCHEN D. SMITH
Honor Roll. Horneroorn Oil.. GAA.. Y-Teens. I-'.T.A.
JANE ELIZABETH SMITH
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Iloinerooin OII., Cheerleader, Honor
JANET LEE SMITH
Hoineroom OII., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
MELINDA QUAYLE SMITH
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, CL.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
IVILLIAM J. SMITH
J II1lI'fllT'lllI'2ll Sports, Studio.
RICHARD F. SNEBERCER
ROPIERTA ANN SNEE
Homerooln OII., C.A.A.. Atteiulaince, Metlifzil. Y-Teens, Decorat-
ing, Clleerleacler Capt.
JOHN F. SOWA
l Honor Roll, Mounty, Chess. Chernistry Clnn.. Physics Sq.
LYNNE D. SPECIQIIALS
Honor Roll, Hornerooxn Oil.. Range Roekette, Y5l'eens, Lost
JAMES A. ST. CLAIR
J.V. Footlmll. Intrzunurzil Sports. Parking Sq.
IVENDELL J. STEICERIVALD
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Stage Crew, Traffic.
NORMAN L. STERLING, JR.
Activities Key, Log, J,V. Track, Devotional, Properties, Thespians,
Ushers, Illays and Means, Chorus.
CONSTANCE N. STERMER
Honor Roll, Mounty, Entertainment Bulletin, C.A.A,, Y-Teens.
PATRICIA A. STEWART
Honor Roll, G.A,A., Information, Library Sq., Lost and Found,
LEIVIS BRUCE STITTSWORTH
Chemistry Sq., Parking Sq., Band.
REBECCA C. STONE
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Cheerleader.
JAMES D. STRADER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports,
JUDITH E. STRAUB
Y-Teens, IVays and Means.
Tennis, Intramural Sports, Band.
JAN R. SZAFRANSKI
MARTHA ANN TALCOTT
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.
DEBORAH ANN TAYLOR
MARY CRETCHEN TAYLOR
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll,
Honor Roll, Log Literary Ed., Student Congress Sec., Range
Rockette, Thespians, Chorus.
NANCY C. TAYLOR
Devilette, Lantern, Rifle, C.A.A., F.T.A., Red Cross.
DONNA JANE THOMAS
Honor Roll, Log, Rifle, C.A..-X., F.T.A,, Library Sq., Studio,
Red Cross, Thespians.
EDVVARDN IV. THOMAS
Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
ANN R. THOMPSON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., C.A.A., Range
Rockette, Decorating, Honor Award Comm., "Goodbye, My Fancy."
AUDREY MAE THOMPSON
Homeroom Off.. C.A.A., Range Rockette.
CAROL M. THOMPSON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Lost and Found, Red Cross.
LAVVRENCE E. THOMPSON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Hoinerooiu Off., Intramural Sports,
JONA C. THOMPSON
Honor Roll, GAA., Information, Orchestra.
L.-XNDRA Llili THORNTON
G..fX.A., Range Rorkette, .Xttendanre, Cafeteria Hostess, XVays
lOSEMARY C. THURANSKY
'.Yl'RICI.'X .XNNE TICHENOR
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty,
Homeroom Off.. Range Rockette, F.T..X., Honor .Xward Conun.
l'HOM.'XS RAYMOND TOPERZER
Homeroom Off., Football, Track. NVrestling. Intramural Sports,
fl.-XROLYN RUTH 'ISRAUTMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil., G..X..'X., Leaders Club, Devotional,
J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports.
,VILLIAM H. TRETHEIVEY
Honor Roll, Homeroom OIT., Basketball, j.V. Basketball, Intrae
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern Ed. Enter-
tainment Bulletin. Y-Teens. Red Cross, lVays and Means.
into H. 'rR1Eo13R
1 Intramural Sports, Chemistry Sq., Parking Sq,, Band.
LATHRYN LEE VAN ATTA
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., Art Sq., Red Cross.
JANCY S. VANDERSLICE
Rifle, GA.,-X., Range Rockette. Y-Teens, F.T.A., Medical.
VILLIAM I. VAN METER
Homeroom Off., Chemistry Sq., Physics Sq.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Y-Teens Pres., Devotional, Chorus,
Triple Trio, "Fortune Teller."
IAROL A. VOGEL
Log, Homeroom OIT., G.,-X..-X., Information, Red Cross, Medical.
FLORENCE IRENE VOGEL
GAA., Range Rockette, Y-Teens, Lost and Found Chm., Medical,
IHRISTINE A. VON STOCKER
Log, Honlerooni Otlf, CAUX., Leaders Club, Range Rockette,
LARBARA ELLEN YORNDRAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil., GAA., Y-Teens, Medical.
Lantern, Cross Country Co-Capt., Track, Intramural Sports, De-
votional Choir, Boys' Glee Club.
Honor Roll, Hotneroom Oil., Tennis, Parking Sq., Public Address,
Studio, Thespians, "Rehearsal for Death."
KIOAN C. IVALKER
Lantern, Log, Mounty, C.A.A., Red Cross.
RICHARD T. WALKER
Intramural Sports, Traffic, Band.
DAVID B. IVARD
Honor Roll. Homeroom Oil.. Football. Traela, XVrestling, Intra-
mural Sports, Decorating.
KURT JONATHAN XVARMBEIN
Golf, IV. Football, Intramural Sports, Biology Sq.. Cafeteria
Host, Parking Sq,, Stage Crew.
MYRON C. YVARNES
I'IOHICl'OOlH Oil., Swimming. Cross Country, JY. Trark,
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
FREDERICK L. YVARNKE, JR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom OII., Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Ushers.
THOMAS C. XYASSON
Honor Roll. Homeroom Oil., CAA., Art Sq., Studio.
MARILYN PENNY XVEISE
Honor Roll, Lantern. Log. Mounty. Chemistry Sq., Library Sq.,
Medical. Physics Sq.. Red Cross.
-IEFFRY A. IVEISS
CIYIIIIIZISIICS, Swimming. Intramural Sports. Decorating, Projection.
MARY SUZANNE NVETMORE
Log. C,A.A.. Range Rockette.
LINDA R. IVHITEHOUSE
Honor Roll. Hoineroom OII., Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, IVayS
Log, G.A.A., Band.
ROGER YV. IVIEGMAN
Intramural Sports, Band.
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty Ed., Homerooin Off., Chem-
istry Sq. Chm., Public Address.
MARY B. IVILLIAMS
Lantern, Homerooin Off.. CAA., Information.
C.A.A., Leaders Club, Y-Teens, Attendance, Information, Library
Sq., Medical, Red Cross, Ways and Means.
SANDRA L. WVILSMAN
Honor Roll, Art Sq.
CAROL ANN XVILSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Oil., G.A,A., Band.
ELLA LOUISE IVILSON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., F.'l'.A., Devotional,
Medical, Red Cross, Chorus, Triple Trio.
IARY ANN YVOLFF
G.A.A., Lost and Found.
.OBERT S. WVRAY
Honor Roll, Mounty. Entertainment Bulletin, XVrestliug. Intra-
mural Sports. Band.
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Leaders
Club, F.T..X. Pres., Makefup, Studio, Chorus, Triple Trio.
DITH CAROLYN YOUNG
Log, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T..fX.,.Medicz1l.
UDY K. YOUNG
Honor Roll. Rifle. G.A..X., F.'l'..-X., Attendance, Information.
Log, Homeroom Off., .Xttenduncie Chm., Red Cross, 'llllCSPl2lIlS,
JHN P. ZIMMERMAN
Honicroom Off., Gymnzistics. Intrzuuurul Sports, Physics Sq.,
Band Drum Capt.
JMOND P. ZIRISKY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.. j.V. Track, Intraniurzil Sports,
The members of the class of 18 who entered school
after senior pictures were tiltcu ue Km Mulicli lohn
Knapper and Grace Plant
SCOTT w. REDDING
11131111 12, 1940
May 12, 1957
"The soul is like the sun which to our eyes
seems to set in nightg but it has in reality only
gone to diffuse its light elsewhere."
ROBERT TODD ELLIOTT
February 6, 1940
September 13, 1957
With a Fanfare cmcl CI Flourish
Beauty, Brains, and Brawn - that's what
the junior class is made of. The good looks,
talent, and athletic ability of the Class of '59
have been demonstrated in many ways dur-
ing the last three years. They have taken
part in school functions and activities with
sparkling enthusiasm and have shown their
maturity and self-discipline in the classroom.
The well-rounded junior class has not only
excelled in the athletic world but has proved
itself throughout the year with its mental
and social prowess. From shy, unsure fresh-
men, they have become a class which will be
greatly admired and respected by future
underclassmen. At the year's end, the juniors
look forward longingly to the time when
they will take their place at the top with a
fanfare and a flourish - the sophisticated
seniors of Mount Lebanon High.
11-1 - MISS McCLUlLE
Chakos, Ron Nieman.
ROVV 1: Jean Landcfeld, Ruth Loren
Zato, Rosemary Pancari, Marty Hylton
Sue Grant, Linda Clarry, Loretta Smith
Linda Roskanl. ROWV 2: Cerri Demaret
Dot Fitch, Diane Wlilliams, F10 Wil
liams, Marie Sellger, Sue Ann Engel
Carol Cort, Cindi Barrett. ROW 3
Ed Zehfuss, George Benson, Ron
Thompson, Kurt Johnson, Bill Car
man, Dick Marshall, Bill Iams Bob
Schaefers, Ken Potter, Dave Renton
ROXV 4: jim McDonald, jim Kletter
Bill YValker, Jim Glennan, jim lNeil
Jack Moran, Butch Breinig, olm
11-4 A MR. TAYLOR
ROW l: Ann Jones, Pat XVeaver, Bar-
hara Irwin, jackie Koch, Margie Curl,
Clarnncline Lauricia, Virginia Schroed-
er, Barbara Cirunnner. ROW 2: Chester
Radoinsky, Wendy Turner, Suellen
lfloeft, Vanita Bauknight, Nancy Max-
son, Barbara Dawley, Don Richards,
lfrank Garrett. ROW 3: jun Flanagan,
Frank Coho, llenry Cassedy, Howard
Sphar, Mike McCo1nhs, Dan Guerrieri,
Ron Dohkin, llllllll Brown. ROXV 4:
Clary Forcey, RlKIl11ll'fl Rust, 7110111 Lyons,
George Winters, Bill Shields, Doug
Muns, Barry Sullivan, Dzire Perkins,
11-2 - MRS. BAILEY
ROW 1: Diane Huston, Marty Emerick,
Toni La Manna, Nancy VVilder, Sally
Grany, Judy Delach, Carolyn Benn,
Sharon Heiuneier. ROYV 22 Pain Lore,
Cheryl Fishburn, Kathleen Allen, Linda
Poole, Faith Steverlnan, Bunny Segal,
Kathy O'Dea, Pat V1-l1O1111JS0I1. ROXV 3:
jack Kleinhans, Bill Marshall, Gene
Breen, Charles Berg, Don 1Villis, Pete
Nicholson, Richard Rosenhlall. ROYV
4: Dave Barone, Pat Rolls, Bill Palmer,
Dick Garlitz, Steve Satler, Jack Smith,
ll-3 - MRS. FIIRLONG
ROW l: Rita Giegerich, Donna Peters,
Constance Moore, Mary Ann XViedL.
Sally jurgenson, Diane Cole, Judy
Sherratl, Anne XN'hiunan. ROXV 2:
Mary XVeisiger, Sue Curran, Bahs jones,
Gale Lawrence, Mary .Xnn O'Conner,
Rena Mcfiinnis, Carol Shaemznni, Bea
Favinger. ROXV 3: Scott Rodgers, Jiin
Dooley, John Spicuzra, lid Murphey.
Boh Raeffaele, Al Hannnond, Bob
Shefller, Boh Lindsay. ROXV 4: joe
Atkinson, Torn Donnelly, Boh Maxwell,
Paul Franklin, Bob Sullivan, Bill
Durken, Dario Castelli.
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ll-5 - MR. TALLMAN
ROM' 1: Linda Fox, Nancy Koster,
jackie Koblish, Laraine MeGeeney,
jean Ijlllglllilll, Karen Mason, Rose-
mary Visconti, Sylvia YVinter. ROWV 2:
Carroll Grilleths, Randi '1l0Illl7, Suzanne
Carroll, Suzanne Norton, Roberta
Johnston, Susan Rucker, Margie
Brown, Lois Asti. ROM' 3: Dave Larry,
Carl Schoen, Skip Crosc, Pete Wilder,
Dale MeFeatters, Maine Peace, Phil
Mathewson. ROXV -l: Graham XVeaver,
Tom Sherk, Rick Cobb, john Rhen,
Dave Palcho, loin Blackwood, Steve
ll-ti - MISS FROBESIS
ROM' l: Bonnie linight, lilaine
Schneiiler, Maureen Reynolds, Trina
Grlnnn, .Xnne Gibson, Dianne Bixler,
Kathy Lane. Margie Mclilray. ROM' 2:
Mary ,Xileline Clonnors, Margie Hil-
siuger, Vicki .XIlLlCl'SOIl, Carol 'Poin-
cgyk, Barbara Streams, ,Ioan ll'llll21lIlS,
Maclelaine Shaw, Karen Nelson, Grace
Ballaglia. ROM' 3: Don Dewees, Carl
lYarnes, Roy linvall, Doug Claypool,
Wally Conklin, john Pringle, Skip
Hartquist, Stexe Solirauer. ROM' 4:
Date Llarroll, Bob lfreiland, -lim XVolll,
Dave Paulsen, John Rowles, Henry
Luecly, jeflf Maushardt, Bob Martin.
ll-IU - NIR. B.X'l'C1lfl1ELOR
ROW l: Susie Brubaker, Sally Riekerl.
Lisa Lindsay, Sally Swan, Peggy Mus-
selman, Linda Sehugar, Judy Gira,
Vivian leasure. ROW 2: Jane Fel-
lows, Dorothy Collins, Judy Petersen,
Betty ,Xnne Cutclill, Vera Leverkus.
Nancy I-lollmann, Lana Mayberry,
Sandie Ritter. ROW fi: Bill Herman.
Dick Bollinger, lom Beardshall, Fred
Ohsol, Dave Raines. Lee XYells, Dan
Driscoll, Grant Connolly. ROXV 4:
'Vince Nleliinley, Ronnie Wagner, l'hil
Aubertine, Jolm Roney, Joseph Calaio.
Bob 'l'utt, .Xl XVolfers.
11-8 - MRS. AD.-XMSON
ROYV 1: Beth Breitenslein, Susan Todd,
Judy Reynolds, Beth Schafer, Jeanette
lValker, Diane Cortez, Cynthia Price,
Anne Irwin, ROYV 2: Delby Geese-
man, Mary Anne Flory, Marilyn Claus.
in, Marcie Smith, Judy Zionts, Linda
Langherst, Susan Berg. ROXV 3: Ray
Anderson, Ken McDonough, David
Herzog, Jim Barrick, Roger Lory, For-
rest Niemi, Robert Stewart, Rob Sey-
mour, 'loin Marshall. ROYV 11: Eman-
uel Estatico, Richard Mallei, Robert
Carney, Harry Fleck, Larry Piekholtz,
David Ross, Jack Pawell, Glenn XVil-
11-9 - MR. GILBERT
ROXV l: Diane Ramsey, Helen Beaver
Janet Tuttle, Betty Kraier, Barbara
Hannnel, Kathy Mayes. Donna Free-
man, Joanne Hogg. ROXV 2: Nancy
Kaufman. Penny Ferguson, Maryanne
Meyers, Donna Schaaf, Helen Ross,
Joyce Kassing, Sandy Dublin, Beverly
XVood. RON' 3: Jack Babcock, Jim
Catalano, Arthur Colussy. Frank Magill,
Nlike lYerner, Jim likedahl, Bob Bol-
linger. ROW 4: John Ridlon. Bill
Swearingen, Bob Peterson, Skip Bruns-
wiek. Dick Schwarz, 'llom Leulhoel.
ll-ll - MISS MCLAUGHLIN
RO11' 1: Carolyn M00rc, Annette Cal-
'L X 1111111 1 0 Xnne Klll
lllL', 1 1111 2 111. -1 , tler.
Klan .XllCl7l'21l1ll, ,Indy Seidel, Darlene
Mack. De11l1ie S111iIl1. ROV' 2: Barb
Marr. lfllllfll' l'llSL'l1L'1', S110 Manoogian
Pal Rflllixll. lilaine 131111. Mimi vIll10lI'l13-
S011, fxilll f.ranI. f.lll'0l Clark, lat
Heaston. ROV' 3: Art Ayers, Joe
Colveland. 101- Kiray 11111 1311-c'ke1', Bud
Vogel. 11111 lllllll, 112111113 Nicl10las.
RO11' 1: Skip 1.i1i11gs1011. VIQOIII Knap-
per. lfrank Ciardc-110, -jerry 1Vigc1, Steve
Bender. Brad llllll11111Cl'.
ll-12 - MISS I3II,,LlNGSI,EY
ROYV l: Linda Sandridge, Sl111T0l1
ll11LlC1'11'211'. Mary Ilealey. 51 ndy lleilfolll
lle1'e1'ly Grant. Nancy lS21l'l1l12ll'lv Judy
Bates. 110111 11'iel111, R011' 2: Sue
Cilllllllllll, .Xiin S1L'1e11s011, l,lll Yanzin.
Kathy YO1l11g.S1tlI1C1 c121llUW1l1.Elllfjlyll
Lan111e1'1, .Indy llOCSClI1ClCl'. ROV' 3:
-I0l1l1 SCiilUI1. 11111 Rel1111. 13011 6100, 15011
Bell. 13011 l"lL'111l11g. lid Cfipriani. Iles
SliCl1ClC1'.ll1111 1l011'le1, RO11' -l: 151111114
Mooney. llaxe llnglmvs, llaxe ,fXl1111s.
Dan NICCUXYII. jack I.lllLlCl'l1121l1, Dale
Vitli, .Ian lfinkel, 15011 Moore, Bill
PlllI11l11C1', rlitllll licke1'sle1'.
5 Qi' ""
ll-13 - BIISS LENK
RO11' 1: Carole Easton, Mary Baird,
Suzy XVl1i1e, Hazel G1'a11e, Aliee M01-
1011, Carole Overend, Sara l501'a1e11.
Nancy Sander. ROYV 2: Mary Cale
110011, Lenke Vietorisz, Gloria Kopera,
Maggie C01101110s, Ire11e lleiller, Shirley
Nelirenberg. ROW 5: 1,011 Monrad,
Leroy Kerst, Carl Aitken, S0nny Zon-
dorak, Edwin Gales, Bill Slerner, Dick
Reed. ROYV 4: Bruce Davison, lirnie
Kuno, T0111 Fink, CO111'2lll Kersl, joe
Manning, Ed Stewart.
11-16 - MISS RIEKER
ROWV 1: Peggy Schwartz, Donna Hous-
cr, Sylvia Dole, Na11cy McCleary, Karen
Christiansen, Nancy Taylor, Virginia
Davis, Carole Fulton. ROXV 2: Patricia
Ann Nicklas, Gretchen Keck, Joy
Wfertz, Patricia YVurster, Robin Miller,
Nancy Abraham, Ann Lewis, Carol
Beeby. ROIV 3: .Ioan Stein, Bill Mc-
Munn, -Iiin Goldman, Jim Nalitz, Ted
Runger, Paul Rizzo, Bruce Upstill, R.
D. Harlan, Mary Louise Mahon. ROXV
4: Chet Baclnnan, Bill Kress, Ray
Opferlnan, Michael Dunham, Bill
Sickels, Robert Ainnierinan, Bill Butlar.
ll-14 - MR. STANISH
ROW l: Beth Laughren, James Nickol-
son, Margaret Mangold, Penny Place,
Barbara Fink, Pain Dyer, Beth Ann
Miller, joan Stephens. ROYV 2: Susan
Roberts, Mary Lou Reed, Virginia
Krut, Carol Sinith, Kathy Davis,
Delores Gabrenos. ROYV 3: John Con-
ner, Ken Yeckley, Charles Hfharton,
john Gregg, Fred Bailey, jim Miske-
vics, Phil Gotteschall. ROXV 4: Rich-
ard Nehilla, joe Ott, Bruce McClintock,
Toni Adair, Bob Caldwell, Torn Brack-
en, Dicker Searnans.
11-15 - MISS DAVIDSON
ROYV 1: Barbara Heeter, jerry Negele,
jean Scott, Paula Miller, Margaret
Bowers, joan Gilliland, Audrey Gabig,
Judy Krudener. ROIV 2: Mary Ellen
Church, Darleen Yeager, Sue Sallee,
Penny Mayes, Pat Connor, Judy But-
ton, Mary Stilli, Janet Surbeck. ROYV
3: Clay McClellan, Ron Simon, Denny
Phillips, George Xllilmot, Burt YVest,
Howard Kocinond, BZIYIHCI' Gorr.
ROXV 4: jack Mancini, Bob Taylor,
Garinen Davis, Pete Field, Tom Baer,
Gregg Minor, Bill Little.
ll-I7 - MISS EACH
RUNV I: Fran Babyak, Cathy lleek.
Carol Kreh, Dee Ablauf, Karen Shruin,
.Iucly Dupree, Bev Burner, Raye lfor.
tunes. ROXV 2: Mary H'hite, lJeLaura
Chappell, Nancy Wianl, Bonnie Ray-
mond, Nancy Hull, -lang-L Davies, Pal
XVensel, lleeky Blixlon, Sue lluFresne.
RONV 3: Harvey Ruben, Dave Stark,
Harry Pfencller, Ron Unger, Bob Mel
Cabe, Alllll Fabor, licl Doran. ROXV 4:
Bob lluoth, Carl Schwartz, YVally
Olszewske, Don lfrienrl, Charlie Kay,
ll-18 - MRS. GII,l312R'l'
ROXV I: Linda Knox, Susan Croll,
Sherry Brown, Carolyn Duke, Nanry
Sherbonrly, Sandy XVillian1s, Paula
Llllllg, Nancy Clever. ROW 2: luis
Croro, l'aL Pukanirt, Judy Nllfllllilllb,
.Iucly Hoag, fllllllf' Streine, Vat l,a-
quinla. llarbara Warclmrn, Barbara
Dilworlh. .lumly Reirhstitler. ROXV 3:
Sharon Rubenstein, Lawrence Black,
Dick Nolen, llill lranler, Bob Peare,
Dirk Foster, Nlary Soriano. ROV' -l:
Yixien llalmglia, Carl llartnian, Hob
Peace, john Cerlach, Bob lisposilo,
Emil Sclioedel, Nlaureen Bleliarlclen.
juniors Missing from Humernmn Pictures: Pauline Nlarra,
11-103 Steve Ferito, ll-175 Bill Vensel, ll-143 Gretchen
0 NIISS SMITH
11 1 me le isom, Pat XVorst,
111011 lynn Saupe, Karen
XI insm inn Iienc Catcs Pat Clark, Sue
Snydci ROM 7 Xdclc Hauser, jackie
Ht ilhei Xlclbonough, Linda
innci Sue H lrris Peggy Theis,
C 1 nibel Rel Iudy D1Qlxll1SOIl,lI211l Hall.
ROM 3 john XX infelder, Jim XVatters,
ay Xounglmg Chailcs Burns, Bob
Biglcy Mt Rohis Bob Malarkey, jeff
nkcn ln ut is ROM' 4: Tom
ith C ny Cl c jun McClain, Jeri
Rmchait Don Nl ly Bill Shields, Frank
een nd Rody XI n sh ill.
With Pride and Perception
The old adage 'iBirds ol a feather ilock
together" is an accurate description ol the
sophomores, who are known lor their out-
standing class loyalty. Rightfully bursting
with pride over their class, overflowing with
school spirit, active in school clubsg conn-
dent, at last, in their surroundings, the
Mount Lebanon Class ol 1960 is a vital part
of the student body. Hallway to the ultimate
goal, graduation, each member of the class
is seriously preparing himself for the future.
Finding time lor cheerleadingg band, or-
chestra, and chorus participationg and squad
membership, they are ever learning the re-
sponsibilities which they will soon lace as
Now over the threshold, may the Class
of '60 continue to set the excellent example
that will immortalize the already lamed
record of Mount Lebanon High.
10-2 - NIR. 11 HIPRIA
ROW 1: Nlary' Ann Douglass, Su
Baker. liathy Cue, Bonnie XYarne
.Iudy llillebrecht, Betty lhuransk'
Karen NIcl.ennan, .Xnn McMillan
ROW 2: Gail Rost, Leslie Coomb
Holly lurner, janis Zivic, Cingc
Rapp, Regina Hancock, Marilyn Ifishe
Pat Grillith. ROV' 51: john Childn
Cameron Spencer, Norman Kaistei
Pencils Marsh, jim Reeves, Ray Cent
della. john Weaver, jim Taylor, Ro
Hicks, Carl Maurholl. ROVV 4: Jn
Kaufman, jim Straub, Harry Richte
Russ Connelly, Ray Sehoedel, Terr
Bride, Bob Hecht, .lim Hayes, Vinc
Corrigan, lfred Siyufy.
H15 - MISS lCl.I.lO'1'T
ROW I: l'11t lillllIlgL'l'. l1a11'l1111'11 Nell,
S11s:111 lleeleix nluyfe SC'lllllll'S, Sylxisl
Xlllf. l'l11llis Russell. lix11 lfoliles, jlllly
-rung. ROV' 2: joey 11111, Xuiiq
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142111111 -lullreys, 111111: l11'L'i11i11g, fillllfli
1'CL'll'l'. l'll'L'il 1'iC1gClllllIlllll, 1,011 1.l'Slt'li.
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10-3 4 MISS BECK
RON' l: Mary C2l1'll2llllOI1C, Iris lluscli,
-,HIL Willizmis, Mairisuc S11z1ill1, Marie
111.'Illl1l1gCl'. Kz11'e11 fllllllllll, kllllllf 1lOl'lll-
1 '. ' ': tame 112lliC1',
l'L'll Kmgiies, Nllllfy Canis, 112ll'lJllI'21
um. 14111111 f1ClllilSSlllClF, kIO2lll Rubin-
s1111 .lucly llelsel, Iillell Pope, Mary
111. RON' fl: klell' Rz1Sl1. 1,lllll llzmkin,
1lL'1'l I.e11kf1wski, Dave CLi111lL'1', Bill
A ll lmxwell. 11111 1llSSlll'l', 1,011
V Al: 1'i1'21llli Binek, Lester
Si11111so11, Slll Segal, 1llCll2ll'Cl 11llligCI',
Kihei Meyers, jim Kling, George
I0-4 - MISS GROVE
ROW' l: c1Ill'O1 lepp, Judy 'l'1'i111l1le,
521111 1,l11'lxCl', Sl1e1'ill Rimes, l'111 Nlucla,
1,211 Dzuis. Nlil1l1'e1l Hc1l111q11isl. 1311111111
111ll'llS. ROV' 2: Nlziry CiOlClll2lll, 111211121
l1Cllll, lJel1lJie XXX-l1lr111. 1.yllllC llellricli,
-111111 Smilli, Alllliillll' '1'il1e1'i11, Louise
A keeling. ROXV Fl: Mike 17111111013 Dane
K2Il'lNLlll. Bill l1:11e1's. -101111 Yllll Gelder,
3 llill Rc1l1i11s1111. jim lforlpes. .Xrl jlgeo,
111111 Swegzirl, v1Olll Delisi. ROXY Al:
W klllll Hoclmler. R1111 Spiegel. Sault Wul-
V lt 11111-. De Hivlas. 1,2110 flO11l1l'li, Dick
. 'af' W11ll4e1', 112111111 Mollill, liflclie Malling,
" AC' -lell Sc'l1ilel, Dmig Creed.
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10-6 - MR. DOAK
ROW l: Donna Smith, Marcia Evans,
l'rissy Munn, Ruth Ann Ensley, Bar-
bara Neill, Betsy Barrick, Tippy Bor-
ing, Sue Brunk, Nancy Rhoades. ROXV
2: janet Patterson, Arlene jones, Car-
olyn Gibson, Kathy Castor, Cay Hugo,
Carole Conlin, Dorothy Buchhagen,
Barb Sclnnude, jane Peoples. ROYV 3:
Bill Cover, Henri Modery, Charles
Fishburn, Roger Arndt, james Sayre,
Roger Blair, Ben Crawford, Bob Lee.
ROXV 4: jim Slocum, Bob Kapp, Bob
Ifaircloth, George Brown, Bob Kaltaler,
Bob Roland, Bob Henderson, Les
10-7 - MR. RAINES
ROXV l: Paula Holl, Nancy Ackenheil.
Susan lindean, Nancy Van Gundy, Ann
Sollenberger, Bonnie Nelson, Lynne
Nielsen, liilcen Hyland. ROXV 2: joe
Boyd, VIQOIII Rockwood, joan Smith,
jayne Friesel, jane Stegall, Gayle
Simon, Carl Von Ende, joe Nelligan.
ROW 3: Tom Huhn, Dick Headley,
jetl Neill, Bob NValker, Ron Hender-
son, Alan Herrington. ROYV 4: john
Dull, Dick Kitchen, jim Dunbar, Pidge
Matthews, john Edwards, Carl Yeager,
Bob Sedlachek. ,V Gi'
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10-8 f MISS WHINNIE
ROXV l: Terry Koerner, Sally livers,
Lois Hasley, Diane Rech, Cayle Reed,
Linda Booth, Sue l'l0lvllllll1ll, lillen
Major. ROW' 2: Donna XYZIIIQCIIIQID,
Patty Powers, Marsha Patterson, Heath-
er Hyde, Diane Shuinaker, Sue Carman.
Carolyn Stoke, Gwen Crant, ROXV 3:
Tommie XYall4er, Robert Scott, Lloyd
Swartz, jaines Bluln, Cris Crisinan, Bob
Leonard, Scott XX'ard, lilllen Sedlak.
RON' el: Miles llllsenrath, Bill Berg,
Edward Mithaels, john Iiozina, james
Stevenson, jhn Irons, Bob Stone.
l0-ll - MR. REESIQ
ROW l: Holly YN'ery, Carolyn MeCune,
Betsy Lynch, Carolyn Taniplin, Vickie
Geihscliaw, Carolyn Reilly, Sandy Burr,
Ronnie Johnsen. RON' 2: Sally Dick-
son, Pal Quaid, Lois Madducks, Sue
Peckhain, Mary Schreiber. xludy Bickel.
Sally Warren. ROW 3: Dave NVyles,
liin Yandergrifl. Mike Winlerrowd,
Dave Gullion, Conrad Kulik, jan
Clark, .Klan Rinier. ROW 4: Robin
Lauglilin, Bill l,,efle1', John Kendrick,
Dan Newman, Scott Henderson, Randy
Putman, Rick Collins.
IOVQ - DR. DENBOW
ROXV l: Bonnie Craig, Donna Seymour
Carol Schindehette, Marcia Dillinq,
Nancy Zahniser, Ruth Monsch, Catliv
Cassidy, jane Anderson. ROW 2: Nanci'
Doege, Gerry Norky, Sue Boester,
Marty Masterson, Barbara Scott, Candy
Cook, Nanette Miler, joan Samuels.
Donna Morgans. RON' 3: XYesley Ben.
nett, lid Cole, jim lleselbarlh, Duane
Heinming, Ralph Kolin, -lay Morgan.
Rob Potts. ROW 4: Bill Ringham,
Don Hunter, Dick Hoyt, Bill Ellis, lid
Meyer, john Delo, Bruce Mclllaren.
IO-10 - MISS ROEGGE
ROW l: Bobbie Stanford, Val Carr,
Rosalyn Rhone, Patience Kenney, Susie
Schar, Ginny Dau, Boyce Reid, Sandy
Green. ROW 2: Sandy Hoecker, Carol
Lolnnan, Mary Norseen, Lori Getz,
Nancy Brannon, Laurie Holbrook,
Anne Nelson, Cindy Stroyd, Susie
Crouch. ROW 3: .lo.Xnn XVitherspoon,
Carolyn lweedie, Bill Price, john
lVarneck, jack Gilbert, Doug Werlinich,
Steve Shields, Bill Mendel, Cindy
Krasinski, Marty Benson. ROW 4: Lin
McCain, Don Kohlnieyer, lfred Wilson,
Bruce Brown, Rich Mallei, George
Phillips, Fred Volkwein, George Ko-
10-12 -A MR. KLINE
ROXY 1: Barbara Richards, Karen
Brziddock, Carole NVood, Barbara Bock,
Dizinzi Hnrwick, Lucy Drisher, Karen
lisies, lilizzibelh Spring. ROW 2: june
Anderson. Corinne Reason, Sandra
Ciliern, .Inner Clarkson, Puiricizi Cram,
Cindy Brown, Cindy Bradley. ROXV 3:
Murlzui Buckinglizun, Chuck Teller,
Curt lellers, Bob Mzire, jim Nliillll,
Dick Robinson, lid Birdy, Larry
Phillips. ROW -1: john Mauher, Rodger
liberi, Stu McMinn, Drive Miles, Dave
Weiner, Chuck Knzipper, Stu Levy,
10-13 - MR. STILLMAN
ROM' 1: Czirol Coleila, Michal Kunic,
-loan English, l,ee McNair, Sherry
Cezily, Kziihy Harris, .Xliee Mollenauer,
Shirley Scott, ROW 2: jerry Delisi,
Leslie hICCllllll, june Mohler, Carole
llierker, Virginia Bright, Barbara
Sellger, janet Anderson, Phyllis Bar-
son. ROM' 3: Crziig Pozzi, Robert Rob-
inson, Mike Peters, Dznid Couch, Roh-
eri 1-lenderson, Siuurt Sehur, Dain
lloxorkzi, Rick Beazley. ROW -1:
Stephen Rziyinond, Bob Campbell,
Chuck Crain, Cilberi McNeish, Dick
Deeiner, Len Goodman, Bob English.
10-14 - MR. HADDEN
ROM' 1: Laurie Rowles, Marty Lioan,
Judy jzirernzi, Corinne Miller, Ginny
Holmes, Mary Breilenstein, Betsy
Mohl, Mary Ann Higgins. ROXV 2:
'lloby Mcliziin, Tom Lindsay, Janis
Bezichler,,Diz1na Molnzir, Judy Allen,
Bonnie i'Xrn1su'o1ig, Bob Mlebber, jell
Brzigdon. ROXV 3: jack Borgerding.
Charles Hafer, jeff Cousins, Herb
O'Dell, Eason Chzipinzin, Bob Shzirrow,
jiin Oelschluger, Don lhoinpsoii,
Bruce Schein. ROW' 4: Irwin Browar-
sky, Richard Mantle, Dick Childs,
VVz1rren Fisher, Peter Rzasnicki, jirn
Russell, jim Iams, Jim Evans.
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Sophomores Missing from Homeroom Pictures: Jon
Young, 10-11: Ann Welty, 10-7: Stu Herrington, 10.93
Gail Goodwin, 10-llg Cindy Norris. 10-ll.
I0-15 - MRS. MQCONNELL
ROXV l: Lynne Kimmel, Edith Bellai-
xer, Sully Young, Robin Cue, Nzrncv
llilsinger, joan Anderson, Dorothi'
Winn, Carolyn Meury. RONV 2: john
lolter, Ginny McKee, Myra Cznnlihell,
11121110 Dozer, Carole Beelme, Ronnie
Mullin, Sam Morton. RUXV 3: Doug
Montgomery, Don Mzlckzly, Tom
llousekeeper. 'l'om Burke, Dave Bum-
er, Mounctey Ferguson, Don Mclntyre,
Don Cameron. ROXV 4: l':1ul Mzitis,
George Eynon, Bob Mzlnuel, Cris
flrismun, james liden-Kilgour, Bill
Benz, lid Hong, john Sweeny, jerry
10-16 - MR. PAGNANELLI
ROM' 1: Irene Goldsmith, Lucy Col-
letta, jackie Hersh, Carol Sue Menne,
Bzirbzrrzt Brennan, Ruth NVeller, Connie
Nnderson, Carrol Henning. ROW 2:
Nancy 1-lerron, Marry Mdlzislin, Mary
llezld, Peggy Colvin, Put Bies, Patti
lillison, Mimi Lonett. Betty Rothfns,
june Slilfliy. ROXV 3: Pamela Rupp,
Linda Nieholzls, Clark Gottselrzrlk, john
White, Bill Mehzrlley, George Zziimes,
lid Stern, Clziren Brooks, Szinclee Marr.
tin, Agnes Diellenlmznielr. ROXV 4: Bolm
XVelJster, Gary Robinson, jon Gzirzrnx,
Robert Keller, Tom Miller, Paul Bell.
Gary 'llCll1Plll1, 'David Olson, Ken
With Mixed Emotion
Sometimes confused . . . sometimes or-
ganized, often gay . . . occasionally miserable,
this year's freshman class rushed through the
halls, never quite sure where they were going
or why, but unceasingly optimistic about the
Socially, scholastically, sports-wise, the
Class ol' '61 made its mark. The freshmen
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9-1 - MR. FELICH
ROYV l: joan Brooks, Margaret
Griffiths, Diane Krueger, Melody Fol-
well, Sally Myton, Sandy Otto, Betsy
Lindsey, Nancy Brunk. ROW' 2: Carol
Snow, Dehbie Brower, Ioyce Quimby,
Sheron Rock, Carole Chapman,i'lXTari-
lyn Burner, Betsy Corwin, Susan Mc-
Culloch, Linda Holman. ROYV 3: James
Vogel, Larry lilhorne, Bruce Phillips,
Marie Rolls, Rosemary XVerner, Leslie
Runger, John Burnham, David Johns,
David Bock. ROWV 4: Ken Maxson,
Dalton Schnack, Tony Lavely, Kirk
Pontlitz, Richard Bronner, john Logue,
john Beachler, Herb jones, Carl Crank.
9-2 - MR. KRACSUN
ROXV l: Ann Lindsay, Susan Gardner,
Patti Miller, Marilyn Dupree, Dianne
Daugherty, joan Birdy, Helen Rovegno,
Donna Vorhees. ROYV 2: Ann Hoerne-
man, Diane Lupean, Nancy Hum-
phreys, Susie Hoose, Mary Ann Hip-
pert, Linda Pfendler, Nancy Nuern-
berg, Barbara Muros. ROXV 3: David
Tomb, jack Meyer, XVallace McCollum,
Ralph Alster, Bruce Fletcher, Barry
Bishop, jerry Spears, Orrie Mfilner.
ROYV 4: Howard Fraps, Bill McCrea.
joe Rossie, Rickie Peters, Lane lfahne-
stock, Mike Melvin, Dave Minnotte,
learned to coordinate their studies with the
hectic round of activities and parties. They
staunchly supported the football, basketball
and track teams, turned up at all sorts of
meetings, and haunted the Publications
Office. By the end ol the year, they under-
stood the meaning of a new idea . .
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9-3 - MRS. CLARK
ROV' l: Janice XVinter, YVardella XVol.
ford, Gerry Butler, Judy Stermer, Bon-
nie Aupperle, Iiuniee Johler, Betty
Mullins, Barbara Grose. ROV' 2: Viv-
ien Bolton, Sandy Staskey. Patty
Fassett. Nancy Jo Cotton. Sharon Shoe-
maker. Beth Cunningham, Linda Grove,
Nancy Naismith, Andy Ruben. ROM' 3:
Jack Love, Mike Reed, Bob XYileox.
Nella Martin, Marjorie Rauh, Verne
Farmilo, Randy Martin, Gene Kessler,
Jay Jones, Mike Lebo. ROXV 4: Bill
YVarner, Glenn YVells, Bill Hertel,
Jacque Minnotte, Dave McCallum,
Eddie Davidson, Bernie Laquinta,
Steve Theis, Bob Horswell.
9-4 - MISS MOR.-KN
ROV' 1: Barbara Harshbarger, Didia
Paulus, Dianna Kulik, Julianne Hering,
Mary Redding, .-Xrdeth Teniiyson, Jane
Crawford, Debbie Evans. RON' 2: Peg-
gy Bauer, Pat Babish, Joan Norton.
Mary Ellen Skinner, Judy Hunter,
Bette Ridinger, Carol Barnhart, Janet
Albert, Melodie Campbell. ROV' 3:
James Meyers, Bill Holt, Jeffery Hu-
brig, Don Bane, John Graves, Mike
Seaver, Robert Roth, Ray Gilliland,
David Davidson. RON' 4: James Hill
Bill XVeaver, Kevin Brown, Andy Muns,
Bob Garvey, Bob Squiller, Scott Ken-
ning, Tom Fischer, Lawrence Bloomer.
9-5 - MR. KOBOSKY
ROM' 1: Ingrid Larson, Diane Kessler.
Carolyn Moore, Susan Arbury, Sheila
Lynott, Judy Driscoll, Barbara Dunbar,
Marcia White. ROXV 2: Mary Beth
Henderson, Barbara Blansett, Margo
Plant, Gretchen Brown, Judy Hall,
Margaret Black, Lynne Yan Tries.
Gayle Yan Saint. ROM' 3: Terry Pas-
quarelli, Bill Hecht. John Campbell,
Peter Olson, Dave Guy, Bob XVeleh,
Jay Livingston, Alan Mandel, Byron
Henning, Karen Leaf. ROW 4: Colonel
Bruntjen, Jack Howe, Gary Keller, Bob
Croflord, Fred Schwartz, Bob Carroll,
9-7 - MR. TOLER
ROW l: Marlene Singer, Cathy Smith,
Mary jane Edwards, Diane Hlhite, Ann
Noel, Mimi Gamhs, Karen Reichard,
Charlotte 'llllIlIH01'lS. ROXV 2: Sue Ellen
Barnhart, Lynn Boester, Dana Smith,
Christie Hunter, Diane Koerner, Judith
Ayers, Sue Dittmar, .Indy Greene. ROM'
3: Elaine Boraten, George Miller, Fred
Denkhaus, john Stobie, Dave Smith,
lohn Hill, joe Frey, Skip McGrew,
Patsy Sabo. ROYV 4: john Reeves,
Morley Allen, jan Xvunderlich, Daxe
Johnston, Ettore Pisano, George Don-
9-8 - MR. SIMPSON
ROVV l: Diane Browarsky, Carolyn
Perris, Darla Thompson, Katie
O'Meara, Regan Hall, Deanne Kustes,
Betsy Mulliken, Irene Kalogeras. ROW
2: Carol Phinney, Maribeth Englehart,
Carolyn Mfensel, Lois Braun, Paula
McFadden, Nancy Lattirner, Beth Cal-
lahan, Susan Sheirnan, Georgann
Burch. ROM' S: Tom Lindsley, Bill
Massey, John Shields, john Richards,
Dave Dudt, Steve Allen, Bill Sakmar,
Kenneth Unger, Dave Peek. ROYV 4:
Bill XVicker, jim Kaley, Thurman
Eckfeld, Pat Thomas, Tint MeNeely,
.lim Chiltle, Paltrel Davis, Detaniar
9-6 - MR. TAGGART
ROW 1: Nancy Morris, Bonnie Hoskin,
Vicki Zuck, Marcia Roscoe, Vibha
Dave, jean Kernahan, Diane Kraetsch,
Linda Gogley. ROM7 2: Bonnie Kasun,
Lee Shappocher, Pat Barnum, Barbara
Mehalliey, Nancy Degnan, Day Bruekart,
Barbara Engle. ROYV 3: Doug Vensel,
,lay Cheyney, Dick Esposito, Corky
Kohl, jay O'Conner, Bill Tournay,
Alex Lamont. ROW' 4: Allen Campbell,
Tom Christo, Rick Tracy, jim Cald-
well, illllll Lukens, Larry Miagner.
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KOH' 1: Mary Ann Jones. Chris Law-
ler. Millie Ifox, Barbara Russell, Car-
olyn Ohey, Audrey Canip, Kathy
Leland. Kathy 5C11M'f1'1AL. ROW 2: Susie
Becker, Ray Yanderheck. Edna Sinail,
Carolyn lide, Carolyn Crook, Phyllis
Hardlniayer. joy Scheck. Carole M'eller.
ROW fi: -lini Davidson, Don Kredel.
.Xndrew Alex, Lloyd Gray, -lohn Cor.
rigan, Warren Lory, Howie Sniilh.
ROW 1: Larry Guess, Carl Cainor,
Neil Marcuson, Mike Sunner, Corky
Powell. lion Benson, Dau: Wray,
Chuck VIQCIIIIJICIOII. 1
9-10 - MISS BULGER
ROW' 1: Jean Henson, :Xnnie MeM'il-
lizuns, Kay' Garrett, Ruth Summers,
Marsha Mock, Donna Rhoades, Susan
Norseen. liarhara Brown. ROM' 2:
1'atly Baker. joyre lluinphrey, Barbara
Xliller. Bllfllllliil lfiedler. Helen Reiehl,
xlulia Grunnner. 15arhara 1J',X1essandro,
'Indy k1ones.ROW f1:X'irginia Edginglon,
Nancy Lumpkin. Reed Oyerand, Dick
Males, 13i11 Yogel, -lim Gregg, jim
Ciappe, Ken Burke, Carol Kearns.
ROM' 4: Bruce llancoek, Bob Kay,
Mark Wise. Ilaye liaslon, Bob Starr,
Roh Cope, Charles Major.
9-11 - MRS. HAYNIQS
ROXV 1: Barbara Cooley, Riia Fisher.
Pal Kresge, Rona Musiin, Pat jones,
Catherine Durkin. Mary li11en Hous-
lon, Sally Sutherland. ROM' 2: Carron
Garvin, 'Linda Bl'0li11lCI'1iC1, Marilyn
Reynolds, Shir1ey liarson, Mary Hart.
Lynne Davis, Barhara llulter. ROW
3: Peter Morrison. Knut Ilohnsen, Ron-
ald Clark, Boln Clinedinst, M'i1liani
Lane, jeffrey Minno. john XVrighL,
David McRitehie. ROW bl: Don Raines,
Dale Drost, Charles Iiyans, Doug
Leorlard, Robert 1Vinsmore, Rick
Wright, Ed Harper, Ronald Marguglio.
9-13 - MR. TALLMAN
ROXV 1: Mary Ann Galluze, Nancy
Keegan, Carole Preset, Diane Forman,
XVendy NVeppner, Sandra Kauper, Minn
Mayers, Claudia Miller. ROXV 2: Ro-
berta Morse, Sumnne Stafford, Ginger
Bruhach, Judy Bender, Deanna Dris-
coll, Mollie Glennan, Judy Baer, Kathy
Beck, Eleanor Swartz, Sally Eaches.
ROV' 3: John Mlelch, jeff Randall,
John Vaughan, james Cowan, Al Ful-
ton, Bil Reeves, james Yagello, Dennis
Bill. ROV' 4: Kenny Newhams. I,arry
Brown, Bill Carnell, jay Friske, Dave
Steinhrink, Bob Xvllli21lllS, David Davis,
9-14 - MR GAERTNER
ROXV 7: Diane Hahovick, Barbara
Cehring, Kathy lN'interhalter, Alice
Aston, Sandy Dashiell, Bonnie lVilson,
Jean Davison, Ennny Lou lVeaver.
ROXV 2: Diane Gething, Linda Mcnke,
Sally Dispennctt, Beverly Ritenour,
Roberta Bentz. ROW 3: jack Saxer,
Don jordano, jim Stevenson, Larry
Hathaway, Chuck Bashforth, Buddy
Levell, Ken Holtz. RONV 4: Bill Dickie,
Art Grahe, Ed Blankner, Roger Dehen-
hain, Gordon Seyhold.
9-12 - MR. DANIBACH
RON' l: Gretchen Albrecht, Lola
Christiano, Pamela Frances, Suzanne
Marrs, Jane Kropf, lillen Phillips, Gail
Arapian, june Chcrn. ROM' 2: Sally
Horsnian, joan Gerhold, Betty Lou
Pope, Helen Nowak, jill japp, .Xnchtey
Murray, Gladys Fink, Marilyn Johnson.
ROW 3: Don Hope, Hank XVLIYSLCIL,
Tom vl'l'ClN'lll, Rodney Rankin, john
Stevens, Dick Ray, .lohnRodgers. ROW
4: Bob Ifritz, john Weisiger, Boh Wet-
more, Tony Gerace, Bill Coho.
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'-Gg joe Cheesbrough. 9-2g lishley Edgar, 9-G3 Mary
9-15 - MISS MCHUGH
ROXV 1: Kay Kerr, Barbara Keller,
Kathy Vfilkes, Carol Carroll, Eleanor
Carpenter, Leslie Wihnat, Alice Schade,
Margie I.uxliatrher. ROW 2: Linda
Easterling, Carol XVimmer, Patty llas-
ley, Linda Peek, Kathy Schiflhavei
lohanne Lawrence, Leslie Kerher,
Ieauue Ketchum. ROXV 3: Betty
Pisano, Gary XViant, Tim Hildebrand.
Melvyn Klein, Bob Lytle, Richard Rob-
inson, Dana Simpson. ROWV 4: Rod
Burns, Lynne Foltz, Peter Allen, Skip
Mlenger, Joe Hutchinson.
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RON' l: Pat Grosso, judy Oehadski,
Laura Sefton, Alice Keim, Linda
Hutchinson, Jeannie Auhertine, Nancy
Bradley, l'atrit'ia Ahearn. ROXV 2:
Ginny Tweedie, Sandy Oates, Nancy
Bodnar, Audrey Mc.Xfoos, Sue Sims,
Kit Irwin, Julia Richards, Sharon
Shuttleworth, Virginia Flannery. ROXV
3: Bill Rome, Bruce '1'homsou, Don
'l'urnquist, YVillard Neu, Dau Cole,
-lay Smail. Malcolm Love. ROXV 4:
Robby Daiison, Jim Hoff, jack Bullock,
Stoddart Smith, jake Ketchum.
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The interests we developed. . .
were varied and valuable.
Budding journalists anxious to display original work, frantically
pounded typewriters before deadlines. Aspiring actors and ac-
tresses emoted in round tones and flung out graceful arms,
praying for a part in a coming play-a lead, a walk-on, any part:
Mt. Lebo's social butterflies planned themes and decorations:
our scientists of the future discovered the chemistry squad.
Artists with visions ol' grandeur and dreams ol' Van Gogh daubed
paint on huge canvases, while future teachers and nurses shared
their problems and eager expectations. Throughout the year
we discovered new interests - interests which developed latent
talents, helped determine our, vocations, and moulded our lives.
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clncl Representing Elector
It was one o'clock in the afternoon and the student body
was crowding into the auditorium. A momentous decision
was to be made here that day. For the past week the main
topic of conversation in the halls, cafeteria, and study halls
had been, "lN7ho are you going to vote for in the Student
Congress elections?" The pictures of the candidates over the
main steps and above the entrance to the cafeteria had
helped the students to become more familiar with the
nominees. A hush fell over the auditorium as the students
waited expectantly for the speech of the first candidate. At
last all the candidates had presented themselves to the
students - some inspiringly serious, others jovially persuasive.
The students then had to go to their homerooms to vote for
the three candidates whom they felt were best suited to the
offices. Their decisions - difficult ones, to be sure - were
certain to be good ones, for the candidates had been chosen
from among the best qualihed students in the senior class.
Thus, the first step in the forming of the new Student
Congress was completed. Now the homeroom presidents, the
main body of the Student Congress, had to be elected. This
election was closer to the individual student than the election
of the executive officers because the homeroom president led
the homeroom meeting every Thursday and represented the
interests of his homeroom in the weekly Student Congress
meeting. lVith their yellow ballots before them, the members
of the homeroom considered carefully the merits of each
nominee before marking their "X" in front of the candidate's
name. The person elected then became one-eightieth of the
body which governed and voiced the opinions of the Mount
Lebanon student body.
As the spring semester rolled
around with the last week
of january, the new Student
Council officers - President
Paul Siea, Vice-president
George Cain, and Secretary
Gretchen Taylor-moved into
the executive position and
finished up the direction of
a successful year for Mt.
Lebanon's Student Congress.
Vice-president George Schein and
Secretary Nancy Hoover helped
President Ed Beachler keep the
workings of our representative
democracy in the right channels
as he directed Student Congress
discussion into action for school
improvement throughout the first
"The meeting will now come to order."
Seniors receiving their activities keys by the end of the
first semester were-Row l: Butterworth, S. Langreth,
Langreth, Japp, Maurholl, Hulsherg, Clllllllilll. Row 2:
Lightner, Ehlers, Ray, Smith, Cihbs, Nobel, Greenberg,
Vedder, XVilson, Young, Myers. Run' 3: Tiehenor, Taylor,
Mulliken, Thompson, Galbraith, Shaffer, Boggs, Klosler-
meyer, Kramer, Hall, Negele, Masterson, Bletzinger.
Row 4: Mugoon, Lynch, Henderson, Beachler, Lee, Ren-
shaw, Brownlee, Menke, Mintun, Garnlizirt, Lasko, XVil-
helm, Sterling. Missing: Naisinith.
QUILL AND SCROLL
Students who received the honor of
Quill and Scroll membership for their
Work in the literary held werefliow
l: Hettie Albo, Cathy Lynch, Judie
Green. Row 2: Dave Brownlee, Vir-
ginia Dick, Joy Kramer, jane Tre-
vaskis, Nancy Reed, Gretchen Taylor,
Gary Turnquist. Row 3: Helen Gil-
bert, John Frame, Peggy Galey, Maria
Liadis, john Ratigan, jan Powers,
jerrine Ehlers, Eddie Beachler, Mary
The principals advisory council
consisted of students from each grade
and members of the faculty and ad-
ministration. Seated with Dr. Mills
are Mr. Taggart, Mrs. Cargill, Mrs.
Morgan, and Miss Billingsley. Pat
Tichenor, Mary Head, Dave X'Vyles,
Tom Lasko, Eddie Beachler, Paul Sica,
Diane Krueger, Denny Phillips, Beth
Breitenstein and Dick lllyles complete
Gretchen Taylor, Doug Hialgren, and
Donna Thomas of the National Thes-
pian Society are discussing a script
that has possibilities for a troupe pro-
Keeping the school up to date on
current entertainment and cultural
events are Mary Mitchell and Peggy
lfalke of the Llntertainnient Bulletin,
Ella YVilson, Alison Young, Nancy
Vanderslice, and Chris von Stocker of
our F.T.A. club gained valuable ex-
perience in teaching as they not only
observed but taught in our local grade
schools. Here they are planning the
course of action for the next month's
Future nurses Sally Dickson,
Peggy Schwartz, Neddie Kerr,
Joyce Humphrey, jill Japp, and
Dot Fitch had 21 more definite
picture of the nursing profession
as they finished their hrst year in
D A R AYVARD HARVARD CI UB BOOK AMW
GRETCHLN TAYLOR JIM FORREST ER
Activities guards were awards presented
to students who had achieved the
highest form of recognition for their
part in the school's activities program.
Among the three boys and Hve girls
who received the award this year were
Ed Beachler, Sally Coltman, jill Gal-
braith, Sue Langreth, Bill Lynch, John
Mintun, Gretchen Taylor, and Alison
RIINSSELAER AYVARD BAUSCH LOMB AIVARD
BOB IVILHELM JOHN SOYVA
The Student Court served as the judicial branch of
our school government. Preparing for another session
with the outaof-doors are Linda Conaway, Karen
Christiansen, Jeanne Ketchum, Cindy Brown, Ricky
A highilght of our scho0l's musical scene was the
annual Formal Concert held in February. The solo-
ists, chosen by experienced musicians in the Pitts-
burgh district, were lilla lVilson, sopranog Sue
Bletzinger, pianist, Miriam Kelly, sopranog Linda
McIntyre, violinist, jim Forrester. accompanist, Sue
Hoffman, violinist, Alison Young, accompanist, jane
Rearick, sopranog Cindi Barrett, arcompanistg Car-
olyn Moore, flutist.
The Violinettes are a sextet rapidly rising to promi-
nence in the Mt. Lebanon public eye. YVhile Mike
McCombs strunuued his bass, Marcia Dilling, Sue
Hofmann, Linda Mclntirc, and Dick Miller harmon.
ized on their violins, and Sue Bletzinger accompanied
on the piano.
Collins, Sally Coltman, Tom Lasko and Bill Lynch.
MISSING: Bob Coo, joe Ott, Susie Beidler, and
NATION.-XL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS
The National Merit Scholarship Program each year
ollers recognition and scholarships to the nation's
most outstanding students qualifying in their ex-
amination. 'Ihe finalists from Mt. Lebanon were
Edward Becker, David Brownlee, Judith Dean, James
Forrester, Jill Galbraith, Linda Greenberg, Robert
Keim, Susan Langreth, Thomas Lasko, Bruce Menke,
John Meyers, john Mintun, Mary Mitchell, Daniel
Murphy, john Sowa, Kathryn Van Atta, Sulann
lVatson, Robert Wilhelm, and Carol lVilson.
Romance oncl Porly Politics
"Do you need any help?"
The Class of '58 seemed determined to be dif-
ferent, and indeed, the production of their class
play reached the height of unusuality. The play
itself, Goodbye, My lfruzcy, was a selection far off
the beaten path from the type of comedy so often
stereotyped for high school production.
Goodbye, My Fancy is the story of a Congress-
woman, Ann Thompson, who returns to her alma
mater to receive an honorary degree only as an
excuse to renew her romance with Bruce Menke,
the college president. Complications arise in the
person of a certain Life photographer, Lynn
Love, and the play winds up with a surprise lin-
ish. Of course, since the play is set in a girls' col-
lege, comic relief abounds.
Strange as it may seem, this is a play that
does have a point. Line after line pleads that
young minds be given a chance to see all of that
which affects-the good, the bad, the harmless,
and the harmful.
The set, too, was an innovation. Composed of
walls four feet high and pictures floating in
space, it received wellfdeserved applause when
the curtain opened on the night of November 22.
Backstage credits must go to Ned Garnhart
for creating the set and to Mr. Myers along with
students John Mintun and Sandra Lamont for
"And I just pick up my little box Brownie . . .
NVQ thank you for comming to our cm11111c11cc111c11L, Miss Recd."
"I always suicl Ill ll12lI'l', 21 um bull."
"IFS convenient l1Z1Yil1g rn IILISIJLIIILLH
L'Lasl night I was
parked . .
Fun and Fantasy
"Aaaaaah Shaddupppln is the war cry of the
gangster set, as anyone who saw this year's Activities
Play, Mrs. McThi1'1g, fully realizes. Mrs. McThing
was a delightful fantasy with some fascinating subtle-
ties, which the competent cast brought out clearly
before the audience.
All the elements of the play worked together to
produce a feeling of reality in the audience. Anyone
who was not convinced by the end of the perform-
ance that Larue was really a warmhhearted person,
Howay, a typical exuberant boy, and the Stinker, a
Runyonesque character of the first order, must have
been present for intermission only.
Expert ernoting conveyed the humorous intensity
of the conHict of the drama. Wfhen it was resolved,
an audible sigh was heard. The sigh meant relief
at the explanation of the problem, but those who
worked on Mrs. McThing like to believe that it also
spoke of sadness at leaving the world of fantasy
which they had tried to create.
"She says her mother's a witch
"My heart is breaking."
'AI :nn 21 dear little white rose."
Sitting: john Connors, Poison Eddicg jim Nlc'Cue. Dirty joeg Steve Ferito
Stinkerg .Xnne Irwin, Ewag Lindy Xvllllll, Nlzxudeg Sandy Lamont, Crzicc
witchg Chzurelle Marple, Cnrrieg Steve Magnon, Normung Sherill Rines, Sybilg
Robby Davison, Howuyg Barbara lv2lll'llOl'Il, Lzlrucg Kit Irwin, Mimig Larry
Thompson, Polieemzlng Toni lirnshzlrcs, Mrs. SL'llCllClTlJ2lCllj Joe Ott, Police-
mang Dave Brownlee, Chcfg Pete Hoehler, Virgil. The Student Director was
"Oh, it's so good to sec you!" "Get out of here, you ugly, old hag!"
Slamlingz Ann ,Iill0lll17SOIl, the beautiful witcbg Donna Thomas, the ugly
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sw- - , ROXV l: Blair, Ensley, Pfendler, McCain, A. Grabe, Zuck, Gribshaw, Dau
"l R, V 0 I Ehlers, Hersh, Gue, H. Grabe. ROW 2: Clark, Newhold, Rea, Tweedie
Xjlr 9 I X1 Cole, Barnhart, Richards, L. Thompson, Field, Kapp. ROXV 3: Gehring
JA Moore, Rockwood, Neill, lviegman, VValker, Major, Young, Lcnthall, Price
f X F. lvilson, Miller, Wolfers, Duerksen, Brunn. ROYV 4: C. Anderson, Kunic
I' G:,QQiLql': Coombs, Close, Reeves, Strader, Taylor, Hammond, Hecht, Benz, Wharton
ROW 1: Blair, Ensley, Pfendler, Newbold, Brower, Kerr,
Zuck, J. Anderson, Gribshaw, Nobel, Dau, Ehlers, Diane
Cole, Dan Cole, Barnhart, Richards, Mlian, Reichstetter,
I. Wiant, A. Grabe, Hersh, Gue, H. Grabe. ROW 2: Mc-
Cain, Tweedie, Rea, Clark, Gehring, C. Anderson, YVieg-
man, Trieger, VValker, Neill, Dewees, Simon, Richard,
Martin, Plummer, Major, May, Bennett, Young, Lenthall,
Kapp, L. Thompson, Field, S. Henderson, Rizzo, Myton.
ROW 3: VanGelder, Landefeld, Kunic, Rockwood, Mc-
Cleary, M. Brown, Spring, Oates, Price, Stilli, Reichard,
Mayberry, Connor, Goodwin, Iams, F. Wilson, Rodgers,
Meyer, Gainor, Guy, Love, YVicker, Cipriani, R. Thomp-
son, Eaton, C. Wilson, Miller, Ray, Cutcliff, Stittsworth,
Ayers, Cover, YVolfers, Duerksen, Brunn. ROXV 4: Moore,
Browarsky, Weaver, G. Brown, Scott, Rolls, G. lviant,
Coombs, Arndt, Hecht, Hammond, lvharton, Benz, Grove,
Magoon, Close, Pozzi, Vensel, Reeves, Strader, Taylor,
Freeman, Harshbargcr, Horswell, Zimmerman, Allen,
Dozer, Oelschlager, Cronk, Barson, Hoyt, Ferguson, lfVray,
R. Anderson, Erdner, Feigenbaum, Dooley, J. Henderson.
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portion of exceptional music, add a well-balanced group
of skilled musicians, a large dash of spirit, and an
inspired conductor. The result will be a musical organ-
ization capable of entertaining hundreds of admiring
The above recipe is the heretofore well-guarded
secret of the success of Mt. 1.ebo's concert band. That
band included in its 1958 recipe an extra ingredient -
guest concerts. This bit of seasoning satished nearly
everyone's taste. Un April 12, the Morgantown, lVest
Va., band played a guest concert at Mt. Lebo. Our band
returned an engagement at Morgantown on May 2 and
performed as the guests ol' Midland High School on
May 15. The exchange concert program thereby made
a successful debut.
On May 7, Mt. Lebanon's students had their first
opportunity to hear their concert band at a regular
assembly. An enjoyable afternoon of music made them
eager to hear the annual concert on May 20.
One of the groups which performed at the annual
concert was the select band, composed of 48 students
of extraordinary ability, which had appeared previously
at YVebster Hall lor the Rotary International Club and
in the Terrace Room of the Penn Sheraton Hotel for
the Shrine Luncheon Club. Together with the Junior
and Senior High bands, the select band made the annual
concert the highlight ol the concert band season.
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Mt. Lebanon's Range Rockettes
The premiere of Mt. Lebo's "marching 200" took
place at the first football game. Three weeks of sweat
and intensive drilling had produced spirited music and
precision marching, and the band had consumed much
more time in the initial practice sessions than they were
to spend in public performance.
Throughout the football season, our band repre-
sented us admirably. Transportation to away football
games was provided by six buses. Because of the flu
epidemic, however, the band was not able to participate
in one of the away games.
On a cold, clear night in September, 3500 people
turned out to watch the band revue. Featured were the
elementary, junior, and senior high school bands. The
South Fayette and Midland High School Bands appeared
Each year the band has tried to plan one big trip
to an away performance not connected with its usual
activities. This year the band's annual trip was to Akron,
Ohio for the Rubber Bowl game. There, Mt. Lebo's
musical organization took part in a colorful half-time
show with other exceptional marching bands.
If the spirit of a school is in its music, then Mt.
Lebanon's spirit consisted ol many moods. Gay, melan-
choly, or majestic . . . from a Hawaiian hula to the
alma mater . . . this'year's exceptional band presented
Mr. Prutzman, surrounded by band
Jack Zinnnerman, Al Hammond, and
Joan Maitland, directed a most suc-
cessful season for the marching unit.
officers Carolyn McCune, Jan Hall,
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Feeling Rhythm, Tone,
Students who were lured away from their algebra
texts by the stray notes which escaped from Room 124
during first periods may be interested to know that
the harmony came from Miss Sneary's mixed chorus.
Although the institution of a new placement system
in the choral department shrank the size of the group,
the quality of the performances improved steadily.
The girls' glee club, which rehearsed during second
period, made up the other half of Miss Sneary's
excellent performing chorus.
The combined choruses supplemented by the
boys' glee club took part in various musical activities.
This year they sang for the Christmas assembly,
presented the traditional Hande1's Messiah, and gave
a winter concert. One of the highlights of the season
was the annual Spring Show.
Competition for the mixed chorus and the girls'
glee club was keen but any student in the school
who could pass an audition and a written examina-
tion was eligible. Those who wished to develop latent
musical skills or qualify for the performing groups
elected choral training.
Any boy with vocal skill who wished to audition
for the boys' glee club could participate in that
extracurricular activtiy. This group was under the
able direction of Mr. Myers.
Through the diverse musical activities carried on
at Mt. Lebo, its students found plentiful opportunity
for enriching their school lives.
On December 19th, the combined choruses
presented the Christmas portions of the Messiah.
The featured soloists were Tom Ambler, joy
Wertz, Judie Hoag, Bruce Schein, john Mintun,
Sandra Lamont, Ella Wvilson, Steve Ferito, jean
Landefeld, Doug Naismith, and Miriam Kelly.
ROYV 1: Irene Schietinger, Sally
Simpson, Judy japp, Karen Christian-
sen, Mary Baird, Sue Herb, Cindi
Barrett, Jane Rearick. ROV' 2: Kris-
tin Love, Alison Young, Virginia
Bright, Lynn Henderson, Alice Ann
Myers, Sandy Dublin, Lenke Vietorisz,
Corinne Reason, Ella Vlilson. ROXV
3: Marilyn Masterson, Judy Shaffer,
Sue Crouch, Beth Miller, Bob Tutt.
Steve Ferito. -lim Childe, Joy lVert7,
Aludie Hoag. Marilyn Briant. ROYV 4:
Norman Sterling, jim Forbes, Kurt
Johnson, John Mintun, Tom Ambler.
GIRLS' Clilill CLUB
ROYV l: Rosalyn Rhone, Susie Becker, Marsha Mock,
Melody Folwell, Carol Zepp. -lean Landefeld. ROXV
2: Nancy Herron, Carol Reilly, Judy Morris, Joyce
Schnars, Sue Norseen. ROXV 3: Linda Fox, Sylvia
May, Cindy Norris, Linda Holman, lillen Sedlak.
ROWV 4: Donna Houser, Sandy Burr, Mary Ann
Flory, Sue Peckham, Linda Brodmerkel. Judy Button,
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
ROVV I: Bob Fleming, Burt Cohn, Dave Tomb,
John Busse, John Conomos, David Ross, Tom Am-
bler, Steve Ferito. ROIV 2: Jim Forbes, Dick Duff-
ner, Bruce Schein, Dick Mounts, Toby Muros, John
Mintun, Phil Buinpus, Chuck Borgerding, Herb
OlDell. ROXV 8: Daxe Stark, Herb Short, Dicker
Seamans, Frank lVadsworth, Bill Mahailey, Roger
Lory, Bruce Menkc, Jeff Powell, Dave C-ullion.
One of the principal duties of the Devotional
Choir was to sing for the weekly devotional
program over the Public Address. Choir mem-
bers this year were Sue Blctzinger, Nancy TayA
lor, Mary Baird, Karen Christiansen, Joyce
Schnars, Judy Shaffer, Toni Ambler, Jiin Forbes,
Phil Burnpus, John Mintun. and Frank YVads-
, ,, A1 ..nrin1,M:1f K I rival
Only girls who love to sing tried out for Triple
Trio. The result in '58 was a smooth blending
of fresh voices belonging to Sandy Dublin,
.Allison Yoiing, Judie Hoag, Beth Miller, Ella
lVilson, Judy Button, Alice Ann Myers, Cindi
Barrett, Marilyn Masterson, Jane Rearick, and
Joy lVertz. MISSING: Anne YVitman.
For Discriminciting Tastes
A steady diet of Beethoven, Bach, Tchaikovsky,
and Victor Herbert f and the Mt. Lebanon
High School orchestra flourished. Under the
able direction of Arthur Yagello, the seventy-two-
piece organization rehearsed diligently fifth
period every Monday, Wfednesday, and Friday
during the year. This hard work was rewarded
when the group was recognized as being one of
the Hnest in western Pennsylvania.
During the p21St year, the orchestra performed
for many school and civic functions. On its long
list of appearances were the Senior Class Play,
the Christmas Program, the Junior Programs,
and the Activities Play. On March 14, after
weeks of practice, practice, and more practice,
the orchestra presented its annual spring concert.
Featuring a varied program of classics, light
On the downbeat of his baton, the orchestra played.
Mr. Yagello, Nlt. Lebo's orchestra director, found '58's
organization to be one of the best in years.
FIRST VIOLIN: Mclntire, D. Miller, Conner, Lux-
bacher, Hofmann, Braddock, Dilling, livans, Shoe-
maker, Singer, Runger, Kernahan, Peters, Fisher.
SECOND VIOLIN: Rucker, Schugar, Caris, Brennan,
Kulik, Hauser, Sander, Houser. Tournay, IVilmot.
VIOLA: Mollenauer, Bauknight, Schade, D. IVhite,
Pfendler, Phinney. CFLLO: Klostertneyer, IVest, B.
Miller, Munn, lllansett. BASS: llickel, Rothfus,
McCombs, Harris, Hall. PIANO: Bletlinger, Van
Sant. OBOE: YVinter. FLUTE: Moore, Grimm,
1Varren, McKee, Sternier. CLXRINIZT: Livingston,
Fink, Dole, Monsch, Bailey, -Ieffcott, Hecht. SAX:
Ruben. HORN: liaston. 'I'Rl'NIP1iT: Love, Fair-
cloth, Yagello, O'NeaI. TROMBON12: Mackay,
Schenck, Karsten. PIZRCIISSION, BICLLS: Yeager,
Nuernberg. BASS DRUM: Ott, Olfutt. TYM-
PANI: S. WVhitc.
classics, and standards, the organization per-
formed before a warmly enthusiastic audience.
The most exciting event of the year was the
visit of the Haverford High School Orchestra of
Philadelphia. Arriving in Mt. Lebanon on Fri-
day, April 18, this excellent musical group
presented an afternoon assembly program for
the students and returned after dinner to present
a concert for the community. Following this per-
formance, both orchestras relaxed at a dance in
the gym. This visit inaugurated the orchestra
exchange program which will be completed in
Director Yagello and his Seventy-two proteges
can look back on 1957-58 with satisfaction, for
seldom have Mt. Lebanon High School orches-
tras surpassed the accomplishments of this year's
Hopscotching th School
The Devilette assembly crew maintained a spirit of
cooperation and companionship which not only produced
a carefully put-together paper, but managed to provide
"oHicial" eavesdroppers with plenty of gossip and social
news for the next issue.
The hangout ol the LANTERN staff, tl
producers of our award-winning newspaper, w
the middle 'icubby-hole" in the Publicatioi
Office. Here, under the direction ol Jai
Trevaskis, the editor, nine editions of the pap
were produced. Jane had a staff she was co
fident could take care of anything. Nancy Ree
the assistant editor, helped assure Jane that ear
issue contained news of all important events
school. Eddie Beachler, the Sports Editor, N
'ABeachcomber," highlighted the top sports
his column. Joy Kramer had a knack lor "Pe:
scoping Your Education" while Mary Ferguso
the news editor, gladly interviewed any lamo
personality that came her way.
The LANTERN,s sidekick, the Deviletl
came to life amidst mass confusion. I-lundreds
eager reporters roamed about school digging 1
all the dope they could get on our lootbz
heroes, prom dates, and summer vacations. The
editor Pat Negele collected all the odds and en
and organized them into a mimeographed papf
The reporters assembled the paper themselx
walking in circles, piling, stapling, and thc
starting on another round.
These two publications, along with the Schc
astic Roto, a national magazine, all came o'
together furnishing the students with enoug
reading for an entire study hall.
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Under the enthusiastic direction
of Editor.in-Chief jane Trevaskis
the Lantern staff, composed of
Carol Nobel, Mary Fergeson,
YVayne Nicholas, Nancy Reed and
joy Kramer, regulated the intri-
cate workings of our award-win-
ning school newspaper.
Despite the double pressure caused by deadlines
that came too soon and a niimeographing ma-
chine that had trouble adjusting to life, Devilette
mirneographers Phil Gottschall and Bob Sharrow
successfully handled the job.
Sue Gullion, Marilyn Kloslermeyer and Ronnie
Raymond, working with chief editor Pat Negele,
brought the spirit of the school to Devilette
readers through carefully chosen features and
No one was busier than Lantern
business stall members during
their sales canipaign. Carolyn
Taniplin, Patti Ellison, Bonnie
Raymond and Ann Bllflllllllll
handled the record breaking sales
in hne style.
Co-editors Linda Greenberg
and Bob Wilhelm, assistan
editors Lenke Vietorisz ancl
Herb Short, and busines,
manager Connie Stermer con
tributed personality plus tr
the new Mounty, making iz
truly a magazine of clistinc
Th Mounty of Di tinction
Linda and Bob gave the word
to their staifs live times this
year as work began on each
new issue of the Mounty.
The MOUNTY lor 1958 introduced a series
of sweeping changes - in format, in editorial
policy, and in publishing procedure. The most
striking change, the adoption ol the Xerox pro-
cess of photo-litho reproduction, made possible
high legibility and eyecatching illustrations. In
addition, the new printing technique released
the stafl' from their ten year's slavery to the
Publications OIl'ice's ancient and leaky mimeo-
graph machine and gave them more time in
which to improve the MOUNTY's readability
and literary standards. The prixewinning poems,
stories, and essays included in the l958
No one but an imaginative
member of the Mounty art
staff could have created an
illustration for some of the
abstract poetry the magazine
published. But Ned Garnhart,
Carolyn Moore, Virginia Red-
path and Loretta Smith pro-
duced etchings to satisfy the
most unconventional author.
MOUNTY's pages brought lengthening subscrip-
tion lists as well as high praise from both faculty
Upperclassmen were the largest audience for
the MOUNTY this yearg the sales campaign was
limited to juniors and seniors in its opening
days. The stall lelt that only more experienced
readers could lully understand and appreciate
the MOUNTY's mature appeal.
XVith Miss Elliott as a capable sponsor, the
close-knit compact MOUNTY staff worked long
and hard to bring a newly attractive magazine
ol literary quality to Mount Lebanon.
The Nlounty, with its amazing new format,
offered a tremendous challenge to the writing
stall - Bruce Menke, Sandy Lamont, John
Mintun, Virginia Butterworth and Mary Mitchell.
Memories are Mode of Thi
x.V. L j
Building an outstanding yearbook requires a lot of ingenuity as this lineup
of editors discovered. Co-editors-in-chief jerrine Ehlers and Dave Brownlee
directed their ambitious colleagues Gretchen Taylor, jill Galbraith, Bob
Taylor, Pat XVeaver, Clarence Renshaw and Diane Davies to their final goal
of a well rounded and distinctive Log.
"How about changing this thing around."
'iWhat a wonderful idea!" "Heavens, girl, you
can do better than that!" X'Vith remarks like
these flying around the Logic tiny cage in the
Publications Oflice, it's no wonder that contrast
became '58's yearbook theme. The freshness and
variety of ideas that seemed to radiate from the
very walls surprised even the editors. Take for
instance the Student Life section which grew
from a lew scattered pictures into a calendar ol
the school months, pinpointing all the vital,
interesting events that happened throughout the
year. Or take the enlarged Senior section with
its new approach to the polls - and that's not
mentioning the bonus surprise of color shots
and padded covers. Yes, the much publicized
Hbig surprise" aroused enough active interest in
the '58 Log to enable the stalf to go on to the
bigger and better, and go they did.
With 3 Hair for kccljillg names, d01lf1fS1 Balancing the really hard work put in by the
and records straight, Virginia Butter-
worth, Rita Giegerich and Carol'Nobel
boosted the sales total to heights far . U V
above their first expectations. peanut brittle and Lilesavers. But best ol all,
was the actual satisfaction everyone felt when
the Log was hnally complete and ready for dis-
tribution to the students.
various stalls were the rollicking jam sessions,
when everybody sang - such harmony - and ate
The combined literary talents of Nancy Barnhart,
Suzy lvhite, Gretchen Taylor, john Mintun, Bev
YVOod and Marty Nlulliken brought about the
superior quality always sought for in Log
Dan Lee, john Delo and Pete Peckham
found that canvassing the gym and
athletic field for good shots of the team
and spectators could be an interesting
business especially when their victims
Log, a Log, my kingdom for a Log," and
"What, me worry? I've got my '58 Log," were
some of the attitudes posted for the students'
benefit hy the Log art stail'.
Fun, Faith, and Fellow hip
At the end of the l958 school year, the Y-Teens
looked back upon one ol their most successful
seasons. The members ol all four clubs shared their
problems, formed lasting friendships, and gave val-
uable service to others. After their initiation in No-
vember, the Y-Teens came to appreciate the "Y-Teens
Triangle", symbolizing the individual and the three
sides of her personality - physical, mental, and
The sophomore Betas and Deltas, under the lead-
ership ol Miss Frobese and Mrs. Furlong respectively,
had a variety ol' programs ranging from a swimming
party to tips from team members on the games olf
football and basketball. These sophomore girls
helped out at the School for the Blind every Satur-
day, as well as supplying favors for the XfVard Home
on every holiday.
YVith a year's experience behind them, the Alphas,
A troop of Explorer Boy Scouts was etsablished at Mt.
Lebo this year to replace the Hi-Y. Jim Baker, Jim
sponsored by Miss Hay, started the year off planning
the Recognition Service. In addition to the lun they
had at their meetings, these juniors derived enjoy-
ment from collecting books for veterans' hospitals
and providing Easter Baskets lor underprivileged
The Senior Sigmas, under Miss Manning's super-
vision pursued an active program featuring a "Panel
of Americans", an Earl X'Vheeler model, and a presen-
tation of European slides. ln addition to these
programs and working with the Red Cross, they gave
their traditional party for the children at St. Paul's
Highlighting their activities was the participation
of all four clubs in the "Round-Up" held on April 28
in the VVhitehall Gymnasium. It proved to be a suc-
cessful climax to a year's fun and service which is
Well worth remembering.
Ulatters, and George Hlinters moved immediately into
the action spot as officers and helped to make the tro0p's
first year a successful one.
PAST OFFICERS M Kneeling: Lee McNair, Anne Nelson,
Mary Head. Sitting: Peggy Theis, Adele Houser, jane
Pensom, Kathie Cue, Regina Hancock, Nancy Zalmiser,
Carolyn Tamplin. Standing: Pam Lore, Nancy Sander,
Kathy Young, Mareie Smith, Pam Peterman, Gus Chel-
quist, Lynn Dambach, Stella Hulsberg.
JUNIOR .XLPHAS-Sitting: Van-
ita Bauknight, Marcie Smith.
Standing: Pam Lore, Kathy
Young, Nancy Sander.
Cindy Brown, Sue Peckham.
Standing: Sally Dickson, Holly
VVery, Gerrie Narky.
SENIOR SICMAS - Sitting: Sue
Blelzinger, Diane Davies. Stand-
ing: Nedclie Kerr, Ann Boggs, Pat
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SOPHOMORIQ BETAS - Sitting:
Barbara Neill, Marcia Evans,
Standing: Marty Frame, Gay
Hugo. Missing: jaync Friesel.
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The active imaginations of the social
committee, after dreaming up all sorts
of novelty social events, manufactured
even more novel ways of inveigling
students into buying tickets.
Sally Collman and Eleanor Henry
Each Make-up Squad member found
plenty of competition as she ran
around trying to hnd her essential
three shades of stick make-up along
with the purple eye shadow. Missing
materials eventually did turn up, and
she was always able to powder off her
character whole minutes before curtain
Flicking lights, dancing on catwallxs and constructing
tombs were a few of the many occupations enjoyed
by the stage crew.
Everyone of the overworked members of the achievement
squad who recorded the accomplislnnents of our graduates
came to the obvious conclusion that graduating from
Mount Lebanon High School is an advantage.
Did you know that General Burgoyne
fought in the French Revolution and
Sophocles wrote Much Ado About
Nothing? lf you disagreed there was
one Way to settle the argument. The
library squad directed you to the prop-
lhc uuactne posters 'ind snappy slogans conceived hy
the bulletin hoird squid informed us of school events.
lhrough some expert juggling, members of the squad
were ahlc to convey thc messages of all the people who
u inted to use the hullclin hoards at once.
jerry Cooper. Fred Bailey, George Phillips, John Harper
Neither exciting auditorium nor ramhunetious students
could keep these worthy fellows from their job ol'
preserving order in the auditorium.
Through the efforts of the scholastic
committee, new honor rolls were posted
each nine weeks on the bulletin board,
giving slipping students the opportun-
ity to sigh and resolve to "Work harder
If the teacher promised a test in history and there was a
movie instead, it was due to the excellent timing of the film's
arrival and the diligence of the projection squad.
NVAYS AND MEANS
Pal Negele and Riclzzzrd Barker
XVays of obtaining unusual items never eluded the members of
this squad who never forgot their means of making money
joan Stein and Zlflarllza Jllanley
The attendance squad kept tabs on Mount Lebanons huue
student body through innumerable slips of innumerable colors
As they were authorities on the average student approich the
students were forced to invent a variety of excuses.
Bob Keim, Bruce Ivfenke, Dick
Miller, john Sozua, Bob Wilhelm
Free from restrictions such as bal-
anced equations and the ridiculous
laws of grey-bearded scientists, thc
chemistry squad produced concoc-
tions and brews undreamed of, in
Lab. They also managed to keep
sodium hydroxide out of the bottles
marked sulfuric acid.
"If Edwzu'tl's crown is unobtainahle, would Vietoria's do?"
XVith an attitude like thxit. nothing could stop the properties
committee from lintling simpler things, like Agatha Reetl's
L'UnCle H'illie" and the voice of the Unknown Soldier.
Susan Curmn and Rita Giegerich
Hbrking on the theory that costumes cannot disguise intlivicl-
uals but can heighten their chzlraeterimtions, the costume
committee produced amazing results.
N PARKING CHECK ROOM
Lee Purnell lllurgie Hilsingcr and Dalby Geeseman
Model T Fords' SUHPPY Mcysy and mminz'-T SWUUU Wagfms The only thing the cheek room squad couldn't keep for you
were all geolnetriczllly Zll'I"lIlgCll in our ' 'k' l I -
A - Pill mg ot tlrough , , , Q . . . . , - , . ,. ,
the efforts of the Parking Squad. was a date. During -the course of .in exenmg they hlecl .may
such fascinating objects :is an original recording of Nikita
KruSChev's reaction on seeing Mickey Mouse.
Mary jane Mordaslz
"The cafeteria," explained my pert
informant, "is right after the tele-
phone booths, at the end of that
little hall, only on the next floor
down, under the gym." And that's
the Way our visitors were directed to
their destinations by the members
of the information squad.
HOST ,XND HOSTIQSS
jack Best rmrl Nola Carroll
Those students who became actttstonietl to a member of the host
RED CROSS MEDICAL
Maggie Conomos Stella Hulsberg
A spirit of charity toward those less fortunate than themselves Are you sick? Do you have a chemistry ICSL next period? The
prospered with the Red Cross squad. Orphanage parties, gifts medical squad accommodated students with similar ailments -
for overseas friends, and many other worthy projects rounded at least until they discovered whether the students snflered
out their schedule for the year. from bronchitis or testitis.
and hostess squad supervising them during lunch found it hard to
understand how they were able to Clll at home without their
Ulhen the mlcroration sqnafl went to work, only the cellars
escaped the crept' paper. The hills were holtler, aclornecl with
their bright colors, :mtl Nlonnt Lehanon was often zi realm of
hlne and gold. Nloocl was the wzitehwortlg color, the key.
Supplying oltl Renilnamlts with new lntlstaehes and Creating
original n1aslc'rpiec'es were sperialties of the art Sqnacl. They
also splashed paint.
Nikolai 'Sputnik' Sliostakoxicli. the distinguished rahhit star
of the biology lah, was somewhat pnt ont' when the squad
memhers aclopteml three snakes antl a pair of guinea pigs. His
quivering nose and entreating eyes were reminders to the
sqnacl that he tliml not saxor the Il'2lgIi2llll'C of f0l'lIl2llflCl1yClC.
Charm integrated with information hrpnght a smile to any
newcomcr's face. The hospitality squad understood the hesi-
tations of new stnmlents and strove to put them at their case.
The traHi.c squad's inspired shoving and
cheery grins helped many a student
reach his class on time. Lights out in
the halls was their ofhcial reminder to
laggards that classroom doors were be-
ginning to close.
Anyone who was not aware of what was going on at Mount
Lebanon High School must have been blind and deaf. XVe
should thank the publicity squad for the, frequent an-
nouncements and colorful posters which kept everyone up
to date on our current events.
jack Zimmerma1z and Burton Colm
'WVl1at goes up must come down." The physics squad
found that Newton's law of gravity worked every time,
unfortunately for some of the lah equipment.
Bill Lynch and Doug Naismilh
The Lebo Broadcasting System, which
presented the daily announcements and
weekly sportscasts, put bleary-eyed stu-
dents hack in the day's routine with
a cheery "Good Morning".
W HONOR AXVARD
' Recording the activities points of 2200 students was no
"snap" joh. .Xll the students had to do was earn thenig
the honor awards eonunittee inherited the task of tallying
ie devotional squad prepared the inspirational pro-
is which were presented to the students every Thurs-
imorning and on special occasions.
LOST AND FOUND
Irene Vogel and Rosemary I,aMan11a
Haw. you lost a reen eyed marionette
If garbled sounds were occasionally
heard over the public address system,
it was not the fault of the publir
address crew which kept the equipment
in top running order.
with shaggy hair?gXVell, have you found
a green-eyed . . . Son1ebody's looking
for a green- . . . The many oddities
which turned up in this department
kept the lost and found squad fascin-
The games we played. . .
were "played" by all of us. We all felt the elations
and dellations of hardefought victories and defeats.
The football team knew well the drudgery of con-
stant practice, but they knew also the thrill of
scoring the hrst touchdown. Each member of the
cross country team knew the feel of earth underfoot
and the strain in every muscle. The basketball team
strove for perfection on the indoor courts, moving as
a compact unitg the tennis team worked on the out-
door courts, concentrating on the individual. The
baseball team knew the sound of cracking bats and
the smack of the ball against well-worn leather. The
track team heard the shot fall to solid earth and saw
the bar from the high jump drop into the sawdust
pit below. The golf team could smell the fresh
greenness of the fairwaysg the swimming team knew
the dense hmnidity of the indoor pools. The rifle
team felt the polished stocks and heard the constant
crack of rifles. Each member of the wrestling team
knew momentary defeat as he felt the mat beneath
his shoulders, then triumph, as he pinned his op-
ponent. These were the games we played. Although
we won many trophies in thesersports, their real
value lay in the good sportsmanship that we, the
"players" developed. t
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SCHOOL SPIRIT- i
. . . the feeling entered the building with the
students on the Hrst day of school. ,
It grew and expanded into wild excitement which
came to a head at the annual bonhre kicking off
the 1957 football season . . . the team in warmup
. . . the band marching down the hill from the
school to a throbbing street beat . . . pride in their
band, their team, their school . . . alma mater.
You Blue Devils, fight!
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors
cheered themselves right out of the football season
into basketball . . . frosty nights and a warm gym
, . . rousing songs and cheers . . . the victory chant
. . . one more point. Sink it, boy!
And the cheers never stopped as the emphasis
changed to track . . . spring enthusiasm . . . will to
win . . . strength and endurance . . . school support.
Let's go, Lebo!
Pep rallies provided an extra-special boost to team
spirit . . . sore throats and raspy voices . . . versatile
cheerleaders. Iron 'em out, smooooth.
Although it was impossible for all the students
personally to cheer for our Mounties on every team,
they did their best to support even the non-spectator
sports. '58 was the year-and everyone in the crowd
was shouting Hurrah for Lebol
JY. cheerleaders Mary Ann Higgins, Mary Head,
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Judy Dickinson, Bonnie Kasun, Peggy Colvin, Nancy
Van Guncly and Janis Beaehler fmissingj found that
the fun of spiriting our cheering section into fresh
enthusiasm for the junior varsity boys was worth
every minute of after-school practice.
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Figuring out new cheers and better ways to do old
ones kept varsity c'hee1'leaders Ann Snee, Becky Stone,
Susie Beitiler, jutly McKihhen, Anne Irwin, Beth
Breitenstein and Nancy Hoover Qnxissingj on their
The Mounty gridders, under the tutelage of coaches Fife,
Stanish, and Lamprinakos, ended the season with a record of
live wins, three losses, and one tie, placing them in the runner-up
position in the lVestern Conference.
Losing their opener to Homestead by a slim margin of six
points, the Blue Devils sprang back with fierce determination
and shut out two neighboring schools, Bethel and South Hills.
At the height of "flu-week," the Blue and Gold eleven tackled a
perennially strong Penn squad and came off the field at the end
of the game deadlocked in a tie that eliminated both teams from
the YV.P.I.A.I.. title race. One week later the Little Presidents
of Wlashington played host to the Mounties, with Lebo bringing
home the victory from the Prexies. The following weeks our
home held marked the battle ground for two engagements with
Xvilkinsburg and Uniontown, each contest ending in defeat for
the Lebo eleven. These losses constituted the turning point in
the season for the local heroes as they poured on the steam and
finished off the season with convincing victories over Baldwin
and lVest View, the latter being Mt. Lebanon's Senior Recog-
Senior fullback Dave XVard led the scoring parade with
forty-six points, followed closely by senior quarterback-halfback
George Schein with forty-two. Ten of lVard's points were the
result of precisioned boots for points-after-touchdowns. Dave
also was the top yard-gainer with a total of 765 yards to his
credit and a leading average of approximately six yards per
carry from scrimmage. Other members of the team received
several scholarship ollers as well as other post-season recognition
for their hne performances,
ROW 1: Driscoll, YValker
Rock, Hoffrichter, Shields
McNeish, Barone, Gunning
ROXV 2: Breen, Borrelli
ins, Laquinta, Schein, Grose
man, Lasko, Baker. ROKV 4:
. . , , . 0 Homestead .,,,.. . . , 6
. . . ,,., 26 Bethel ..... . . . 0
27 South Hills .., ... 0
. . . .... G Penn ....... . . . 6
. . . ..., 20 YVashington . . . . , .14
. . . ..., G YVilkinsburg . . . . , . .24
. .. .... 14 Uniontown ... ,.,..2l
. . . ..,, 28 Baldwin .... . . . 6
. . . ..,. 40 XVest View . . . , . , 0
Kneeling: Stanish, Fife, and Lamprin-
akos. Standing: Batchelor, Kracsun,
Grant, and Walker.
Mueller, Breinig, Cain, Perk-
Ayers, Garlitz. ROXV 3: Yeck.
ley, Xvlllll, Stewart, Budavich,
Sterner, Gilbert, Reinstadtler,
Larabee, Astbury, Karch, Car-
Hlells, Vogel, Phillips, Fisher,
Bashforth, Morris, Albright,
Let's not use that play again!
They can't all be touchdown plays
Tacking on the point after touchdown.
In the clear, but not for long.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
Led by coaches Kracsun and Grant, this year's
jayvees had a successful season of seven wins with
only one defeat. Having gained much from their
grid experiences, these boys will be ready to fill
the vacant uniforms for next season's varsity.
Time for a change!
This year's Freshman football squad, coached
by Mr. Batchelor and Mr. IValker, compiled a
record of live wins and one loss, the best in the
history of the team. Undefeated in league compe-
tition, they received a Junior-l'V.P.I.A.L. award
for this achievement.
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
ROW 1: Borgerding, Boomer, Flanagan, Rolls,
Cunningham, Laughlin, Wyles, Amrnerman,
Keller, Cenedella. ROW 2: Morgan, Couch,
Berg,,Kcgel, Chapman, Ellis, Kletter, Iams, Cat-
alano. ROYV 3: Coach Kracsun, Zondorak,
Zaimes, Hoag, Housekeeper, Robinson, Hesel-
barth, McNeish, Marshall, Seamans, Coach C-rant.
ROWV 4: Seymour, Monrad, McGill, Aitken,
Crissman, lVhite, Doran, Rhen, Malarkey,
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
Mt. L. ...,,, 19 lVest View ..,.......,. 0
Mt. L. ...,.. 18 Bethel .... .. . 7
Mt. L. ....., 7 Baldwin . . . . . ,13
Mt. L. ...... 21 Shaler .... . . .13
Mt. L. ....., 20 Penn . .. .. . 0
Mt. L. ...,., 13 Carrick .... O
Mt. L. ,..... 20 Dormont ,... . . . O
Mt. L. ...... 7 YVilkinsburg . . . . , . 0
Mt. L. ,... I8 Canonsburg ......., .,.., 0
Mt. L. ..., 21 Washington ...... ...,. 7
Mt. L. ..,. 33 North Braddock ,... ,.,., O
Mt. L. .... 13 Bethel ..,...,.... ,.,., O
ROW l: Stevenson, Harvey, Wlyles, Smith
Bishop. ROW 2: Howe, Minno, Reeves, Mar-
guglio, Foltz, Kenning, Phillips, Davison, Dickie
Powell. ROIV 3: Carroll, McCallum, Saxer
Starr, Lory, Love, Wlagner, Harper, Eckheld
Coach Walker. ROIV 4: Coach Batchelor
Hutchinson, Overend, Logue, Offut, YVo0d
Beachler, Cheney, Jordano.
Mounty defense in action West View stopped again.
Got that son? Now let's go'
ROXV 1: Mueller, Cain, Bor-
relli, Rock, Hoffrichter, Gun-
ning, Lasko, Schein. ROW
2: Y'Varcl, Astbury, Reinstadt-
ler, Budavich, Baker, Larabee.
ROW 3: Fisher, Karch, Bash-
forth, Morris, Albright, Top-
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VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
Ups and downs were the markers for the cross country
season at Mt. Lebanon this year. The great potential of
the team was never felt in its full force because of
devastating injuries and sicknesses which riddled the
squad's scoring punch throughout the season. There was
no one particular member of the team that could have
been named as MVP but, instead of one outstanding
runner, Coach Mollenauer had several. Practically every
member was out for a week or more with son1e sort of
injury or illness and it was at these low spots where the
boys who were still able to run showed their true
determination and team spirit in their attempts to take
up the slack and fill in for the absent members.
Toward the end of the season, the general outlook
was brightened considerably. Coming from far behind,
our Blue Devil harriers not only swept the W.P.I.A.L.
Championship for the second time in two years, but
also kept the State Championship trophy at Lebo for
the second consecutive year.
The three co-captains for next year, john Pringle,
Dave Blumfeldt, and Bill Sickles, were named to this
office for their services to the team during the season and
for their outstanding performances when the chips were
Ed Beachler and Frank Wladsworth, the captains of
this year's squad, suffered much misfortune, with Ed in
and out of uniform all during the season and Frank
permanently sidelined with a knee injury. Senior Carl
Greer also had difficulties but managed to make it back,
along with Beachler, to help gain some of the team's
laurels in late season. Tony Prezioso and Tom Pollok
also were valuable team members throughout the entire
season, placing well in the YV.P.I.A.L. meet, and run-
ning at Penn State.
Considering all of the aspects, we feel that this team
was certainly one of the greatest coached by Mr. Mol-
lenauer and one of the finest in the history of the school.
Front Row: Pollok, Prezioso, Sickles
ler, Hartquist, IVadsworth, Pringle
Lohrentz, Greer, Naismith, Coach
.. .... 15 Hickory ......... .... .
. . .... 30 Canonsburg . . . . . . . .
.. .... 19 Penn ..........,.. .....
. . .... 38 Central Catholic . . . . .
Central Catholic Invitational - Mt. Lebanon 3rd
Connellsville Invitational - Mt. Lebanon 2nd
IV.P.I.A.L. Championship - Mt. Lebanon lst
P.I.A.A. Championship - Mt. Lebanon lst
VARSITY TOP SEVEN
Kneeling: Siekles, Beachler, Pringle.
Standing: Blumfeldt, Pollok, Prezioso,
Blumfeltlt, McClure. Back Row: Beach-i
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Sitting: Young, McNeely
Swigart, Kay, Vonlinde, Eng
lish, Simpson, Walthers
iger, Burger, Karston, Stobie
Neill, Fishburn, Gilliland
Kulik, Coach Toler.
JUSQJOR flilfgCHEDULE 25 JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
l im Penn .-..',. 'nm' With Coach Toler at the helm, the junior
. . . .27 Central Catholic . . l . , , .28 Varsity harriers sailed through their schedule
. . . .26 Cvnnellsville A - . - N 4 -29 with a hne display ol' balanced team effort. They
- - - -15 Ahqulppa A A ' ' ' ' ' '40 copped all of their dual meets and also retained
their lfV.P.I.A.L. crown, making them champs
Central Catholic Invitational - Mt. Lebanon 3rd
VVP I.A.L. Championship - Mt. Lebanon lst
for the seventh consecutive year.
Swigart finishing in the j.V. W.l'.I.A.l,.
Kneeling: Perrine, Clark, Al-
geo, Walker, Manning, Par-
sons, Straub. Standing: Weis-
Greer leading the pack.
They're off and running
Baldwin ...., ,...
Wilkinsburg .... ....
South Hills ,... ...,
Shaler .,.,.,. ....
Uniontown ... ,...
Dormont .... ....
Canonsburg .... , , . ,
Washington , . . . . . . .
Trinity ...... . . , .
Homestead . . ,
Dormont ..... ....
Canonsburg ..,, .,..
Washington .... ..,.
Trinity . , .
Kneeling: Bumpus, Driscoll, Trethe-
wey, McClintock, Roscoe, Shields, Gar-
litz. Standing: Manager Huhn, Coo,
Vogel, Stewart, Dick, Coach Clark
Oakley, Carlson, Cooper, Rizzo, man-
Under the coaching of Mr..Clark, the Mounty hoopsters, in
their 1957-58 campaign, chalked up an enviable record of 18
wins and only 3 losses. With this record they captured the
I runner-up laurels in Section IV and maintained Mt. Lebo's
perfect record on the new gym floor.
Led by team captain Roy Roscoe, the Mounties Won the
season's opener with Baldwin after a tough battle and then
stretched their winning streak to seven games before losing. The
First bitter taste of defeat came at the hands of Homestead in the
New Kensington Holiday Tournament in which Mt. Lebanon
Soon after that the team embarked on their tough schedule
of league competition. Washington appeared to be the biggest
hurdle for the Blue and Gold and the teams split their two-game
series. Unexpectedly, Canonsburg defeated Mt. Lebo in their
second engagement, and all hopes for the Section championship
However, the team spirit was higher this year than in any
preceding year and the combination of team spirit and a line
record made this season a memorable one.
Hlilkinshtlrg , .
South Hills . . .
Shaler ..,. .
Uniontown 4 . .
Dormont . , ,
Canonsburg . , .
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Kneeling: Bronner, Mc'Neish, Malark-
ey, Moflitt, Crisman, Clark, Coach
Stanish. Standing: Manager Richter,
Marsh, Robinson. Powell, Manager
Mr. Stanish's jay-
tet got off to a
rocky start this year
but picked up
when several jun-
iors were added to
the bench. The
seasons Final record
of 13 wins and G
losses is a good in-
dication of their
future floor poten-
tial for Lebo.
Burgettstown . . .
Canonsburg . . .
Burgettstown . . .
Xvaslxington , . . ,
.. .,... 36
Butnpus tries his luck.
Chalk up two for Vogel.
Keep those hngers crossed, Roy!
. ...... 28 Dormont . . , . . 8
. .,.,.. 20 Munhall ,.. .,.,.31
, .,.... 28 Aliquippa . .. . . . . .31
. ,..... 45 Stowe ..... ..... 4 0
. ...... 41 Bethel ...... ..,.. 2 0
. ...... 36 lVest Mifflin ,. ..,. ,26
. ...... 47 Clairton .... ,..., 3 2
. ...... 25 McKeesport . . , . , , . .37
. ..,.,. 26 Baldwin .... ,.... 2 9
. ...... 22 Bethel ....,, ..... 1 7
. ...... 27 Clairton ,..,,. ...., 2 8
. ...... 32 lVest Mifflin ,,.. ..... 3 4
. ....., 51 Stowe ......... ...., 3 6
. ,..... 22 Mclieesport . . . . . . . ,27
. ,..... 44 Baldwin .... ..... 4 5
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM
First row, left to right, lVeisinger,
Heath, Sunner, Beachler, Laquinta
Y'Vyles, Foltz, Daniel, Coach Sam Watts
Second row, McMillan, Fletcher, Hath-
away, jordano, Wenger, Beasley
Relax Red, it's in.
Up for grabs.
The 1958 Mt. Lebanon High frosh basketball team,
coached by Mr. Ylfatts, had a mediocre record of 7 wins
and 8 losses. The team lacked experience but had good
potential and reserve strength. When seasoning is gained,
these boys should develop into a fine team.
Front Row: Galbraith, Humeston, Thomas, Coach Neal
Taylor, Sanders, Henry. Middle Row: Allen, Holbrook
Dasher, Warren, Reynolds. Back Row: Peterson, VVatters,
Nalitz, Unger, Airhart, Field, Miller. Missing: Wensel
Sparked by Beverly Henry, the team captain,
this year's rifle squad, said to be the best-looking
varsity team in school, set an outstanding record
by scoring nine wins and only one loss. Horne-
range advantage proved true when the Mounties
beat Munhall at home and then lost the away
match. Because of the resulting section tie,
playoffs were held at a neutral range, and the
Lebo marksmen proved their ability by nabbing
the section title and W.P.I.A.L. championship-
Coach Neal is rightly proud of his sharpshooters.
Team captain Bev Henry taking aim.
Bethel . .
ROW 1: Saxer, Linge, Windfelder, Gainor, Davidson,
Dave Wray, Miller, Duff, Zaimes. ROYV 2: Manager T.
Linsley, Breinig, Les Brown, Kowallis, Eck feld. J. Sweeney,
Martin, Bob Webster, Powell, Grabe. ROW 3: Coach
lllalker, Davis, Howley, Y-Villiams, Cunningham, Black
wood, Peace, Berg, B. Schein, Ray, Offutt, Coach Lam
prinakos. ROW' 4: Olszewski, Hofrichter, Wells, Loguf
Krugh, Bob I'Vray, Rieg, VVhite, Rhen. MISSING: Pol
achek, G. Schein.
The Mt. Lebanon wrestling team, under the guidance of Mr.
Lamprinakos and Mr. Walker, showed improvements in this,
its second year of WV.P.I.A.L. competition. After a slow start the
boys began to gain confidence and Hnished the season with a
5 and 7 record. In the first few matches, the Mounties found
"Hard-luck" was their middle name, but they improved as the
season progressed. The season's record is not a fair indication
of the team's true power, as many of the matches were decided
in the last minute of individual competition. Outstanding indi-
viduals were Jay Windfelder, Bill Hofrichter, Lee VVells, and
team captain George Schein. All of these boys and many others
had good records and were great morale builders for the team.
Jay and Bill won the section championship in their weight
divisions, while Lee was runner-up.
This season also marked the formation of a jayvee squad
with wrestling, which had as its coach Mr. Mfalker.
Both of the coaches know that these teams need a lot of work
but feel that with needed mat experience, they should be turning
out some more championship Lebo teams in the near future.
.....22 West Allegheny ....24
...N26 Mlilkinsburg ....17
.....l8 VVest Allegheny ....25
,....l8 Carnegie ....25 junior Varsity
...U24 ShadySide,,,, ,.,,14 Mt.L.........35 Shaler
VVest View ,,,.15 Mt. L.........ll Canonsburg
5 ,,,, 14 Shaler ,,,,, .,,, 2 6 Mt. L. ...,..., I3 Burgettstown
,,,,,26 Cecil ,,,,11 Mt. L.........l5 Burgettstown
...H14 Shaler ....26
.....26 Carnegie ....l5
,....2l lfVest View ....23
. .... 18 Munhall ... ....27
Up and over
In the practice room
VARSITY SXVIMMING TEAM
ROYV l: Campbell, Smith, AI. Borgerding, Dave Larry. ,
C. M'arnes, M. Warnes, Hunt, Lindsey, Lewis, Catalano, e-
Rimer, Ebert, McCue, C. Borgerding.ROW 2: Gilliland, A
Martin, Manuel, Laughlin, Thomson, YVendling, Phillips,
Don Bock, Rohrs, Volkwein, J. Shields, Esposito, Bishop,
Calmes, Heist, Kaley. ROW 3: Coach Grant, VVeaver,
Seamans, Dennis Larry, Powell, L. Shields, Thompson
Davidson, Lohrentz, Hiharton, Niemi, Coulter, Swearingen
Mendel, Dave Bock, Sander.
Under the expert coaching of Mr. Grant, the
Blue and Gold tanksters won the lV.P.I.A.L. and
Western Regional championships and placed
second in the P.I.A.A. meet in their second year
of competition. Broken records were familiar to
this great team, as they set new marks in most
of the meets in which they swam.
The mermen swam their way through a
tough schedule of ten teams, including highly-
rated Clairton High, last year's W.P.I.A.L.
The team consisted largely of underclassmen,
providing Coach Grant with an abundance of
material for succeeding seasons. Leading swim-
mer on this years' team was Tom Lindsey, who
has set many state, regional, district, and school
records. His specialties are the 100-yard butterfly
and the l50-yard individual medley, and he
holds the State record of l:35.5 in the latter.
Several relay teams showed well this year as
did some other individuals. The 200-yard medley
relay of Bill Hunt, Bill Lewis, Tom Lindsey,
and Carl XVarnes placed second in the State
meet, while the 200-yard freestyle relay of Dave
Larry, Chuck Borgerding, Jim Catalano, and
Mike Yvarnes took fourth place honors. Carl
Warnes won a silver medal for his second place
performance in the P.I.A.A. 100-yard breast
stroke, and Lindsey has a bronze one for his
third in the 100-yard butterfly in addition to
his hrst place hnish in the 150-yard medley.
All of these boys and many more are truly-
Champions on another great Lebo championship
Mt. L. ,.....,. 60 Schenley . . . . . . .26
Mi. L. ...,..,. 67 .....,. .t-- 1 8
Mt. L. ....,.,. 71 Vandergrift . . .... l5
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Mt. L. .... . . .56 Central Catholic . . , . . .30
Mt. L. .... ...59 ..,..,.. ,...27
Mt. L. ........ 59 Connellsville .... ,.,. 2 7
Mt. L. .,...... 65 ...,.., ..-- 2 1
Mt. Lebanon .... 575 Clairton ..,,,. .... 3 In
Xvestern Regional Championship
Mt. Lebanon .... 65 Erie Strong Vincent ...... 47W
York .... ..,. 6 0 Mt. Lebanon . . . . . , .32
200-yard medley relay nl' Bill Hunt. Bill Lewis, Toni Lindsey,
and Carl XVarnes.
State champ Lindsey practicing his specialty. NVorking "under the clock
200-yard freestyle relay of Dave Larry, Chuck Borgerding, jim
Catalano, and Mike XVarnes.
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The game of chess originated in India as war in miniature.
The white and black pieces represented opposing armies and
gave limitless opportunities lor brilliant attacks, subtle strategy,
and intricate combinations. From India, chess spread to the
Arab lands and thence to Europe, where it became the pastime
of kings and nobles. But this "royal game" has had universal
attraction throughout the world.
In western Pennsylvania, the high-school devotees have
formed a dozen teams ol hve players each. The schools clash in
a double-round competition for the chess crown. At the end of
the season, the winner ol the hrst round meets the winner of the
second in a play-off match lor the title. The district finalists then
go to Harrisburg to play for the state championship.
With Ed Becker and John Sowa, two of the strongest players
in the league, the Mounty chessers built their Hnest team in eight
years. Two Hve-nothing shut-outs helped the Mounties lead the
pack at the beginning of the Hrst round, however, because of
some later setbacks, Taylor Allderdice edged out the Mt. Lebanon
quintet with a score of 242, to 24. In the second round, the
Mounties avenged themselves with a three-two victory over
Allderdice and showed excellent prospects for the championship.
In future years, the chess club should continue supplying good
players for winning teams.
Mt. L. ...... 2W North Allegheny . . . . . .25
Mt. L. ...,.. 4 Shady Side .,..... .. .l
Mt. L. ...... 5 South Hills .... . . .0
Mt. L. ...... 5 Perry ..... . . .0
Mt. L. ...... 2 Langley . . . . .3
Mt. L. ...... 4 Peabody . . . . .I
Mt. L. ...... ly! Allerdice .. . . . .SW
2 Second Round
Mt. L. ...,.. 3 Allerdice .... ..... 2
Mt. I.. ...... ZW Crafton ... .....2y2
From left- to right: Bayers
Sowa, Miller, Knapper, For-
ROW 1: Beachler, Gilbert, Duff, Leib
Perkins, Blagoon, ROSCOC. ROAV 2
Nease, lnderwish, Greer, Berwind, B. Roscoe
llladsworth, Zivic, VanVorst. ROVV 3
Coach Toler, Wolff, Hedgren, Moskowitz
Coach Mollenauer, Anderson, Reinhold
Lee, Albright, Coach Batchelor. ROYV 4
Schein, Hjerpstedt, Turnquist, Katzman
Snyder, Renshaw, Gregg, Reitz. Missing
VARSITY TRACK - 1957
Finishing another great season, the 1957
varsity track squad, coached by Mr. Mollenaur,
repeated as the XV.P.I.A.I.. champs for the second
consecutive year. After starting ofl with a pre-
dicted mediocre three and one record for the
indoor season, the Mounty Thin-Clads proved
the oddsemakers to be wrong and moved on to
many outstanding victories. The Blue and Gold
spikers won all of their outdoor meets except
one, the Mansheld Relays, in which they placed
a slight 5!l2ths of a point away from the number
one spot. The season's victories extended Mt.
Lebo's long standing string of dual and triangua
lar victories to 97 consecutive, a remarkable feat
for any track team.
Throughout the season, the cinder-men
brought home innumerable individual awards as
well as several beautiful team prizes. A first place
trophy or plaque was awarded to the team for
its performance at the following meets: the
Bethany College Relays, the lfV.P.I.A.L. Relays,
the Allegheny County Championship, and the
There were many outstanding members on
the squad, Il1OSt of whom either broke a record,
were on a record breaking team, or turned in an
excellent performance when it was most needed.
Bob Albright, after playing with the school
shot-put record, left it at 55'7" as well as better-
ing the lV.P.1.A.L. distance for this event. Bob
and other weight men, coached by Dave Batch-
elor, were a valuable asset to the team and aided
greatly in all of tl1e team's triumphs. The
W.P.l.A.L. Relay's shot record received a beating
from the trio of Bob Albright, Carl Hjerpstedt,
and Art Hedgren, while the speedy foursome of
George Schein, Chuck Reinhold, Clarence Ren-
shaw, and Dan Lee shattered the seventeen-year-
old school mark in the 880 yard relay. Tom Lieb
tied the pole vault record set in 1937, making
him the Hrst person to near this mark in 20
years. john Gregg set a Bethany College record
for the quarter mile sprint, and Dan Lee posted
a record-breaking time in the 120 yard high
After crowning his Blue and Gold running
career by copping the first place position in
State for the half-mile, Jim lnderwish was elected
MVP of the highly successful '57 team.
IUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
W 1: Marshall, Kay, Fletcher,
k, Krugh, Bollinger, McMunn,
rk, Sean1ans. ROW 2: Spahr,
fn. Prezioso, Davidson, Hart-
st, Sickles, McCown, Blumfeldt,
'r, Davison. ROXV 3: Coach
ler, D. Phillips, Monrad, Com-
, Rosenblatt, Seymour, Pringle,
g, Carman, R. Phillips, Mc-
ters, Humphrey, Peckham,
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
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Penn ........ ,...
McKeesport . . . . . . ,
Baldwin . . .
Mt. L. ... .M75 South Hills .,.... . . . . . .29
Mt. L. ,...,.., 53 Central Catholic ,.,,..,... 30
Mt. L. ......., 60 Central Catholic ......,,.. 39
Tri-State Coaches Meet - Mt. Lebanon 3rd.
Mt. L. .... 64 Connellsville ...,......,.. 63
Mt. L. .... l07yZ YVashington ....,.,...... 19W
Bethany College Relays - Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. L. ..,. 113W Shaler .....,..,.......... 13W
Mansheld Relays - Mt. Lebanon 2nd
Mt. L. ,,.. GQM, Penn ........,...,....... 57M
WV.P.I.A.L. Relays - Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. L. .... 103 McKeesport ............. 24
Mt. Lebanon Invitational - Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. L. .... 88 Baldwin-41, Turtle Creek ..... 32
Allegheny County Meet - Mt. Lebanon lst
V.P.I.A.L. Championship Meet - Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. L. .... 77y2 South Hills .......... .... 4 OW
P.I.A.A. Championship Meet - W.P.I.A.L. lst
Mt. L. .... 108 North Allegheny ,......... 19
JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK - 1957
The 1957 junior Varsity track team kept pace
with its varsity counterpart this season and
turned in an excellent record of Eve wins and
no losses. The squad, led by the popular coach
Jerry Hyder, was proclaimed the best J.V. track
team in the history of the school.
ROXV l: lVatt, Collins, Garvey, Davison,
Borarsky. ROIV 2: Coach Jones,
Youugley, Easa, Telnplin, English, B.
YValker, Borgerding, Fussner, WVatters,
Hecht. ROW 3: Brevoort, Cenedella,
Matthews, Havorka, D. l'Valker, Hend-
erson, Shields, Neill. ROV' 4: House-
keeper, Powell, Crane, Mgr. Cover,
Sweeny. Missing: Coach Reese.
y YVi1kiinsburg Invitational - Mt. Lebanon 51h
Allegheny County Meet - Mt. Lebanon 7th
1 XV.P.I.A.L. Championship - Mt. Lebanon 4th
hll. L. ..,. 64 Shaler ........... ..... I 4
Mt. L. .... 29 Penn .,....... ... .....48
Mt. L. .... 39 AfVlllKlIlSlJLlI'g ............. 38
MOUNTIES IN ACTICN
Record smashing 880 relay team of Lee, Renshaw, Reinhold and Schein. Time lI3l.2.
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School record-breaker Lee next to his specialty. M, 1, LAL' Shot Champ Albright
Time l4.6 Sec.
W.l'.I.A.L. Relays shot champions - Hjerpstedt, Albright, and Hedgren
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Sitting: Barone, Kalahar, Karcher,
Driscoll, Perkins. Kneeling: Mgr. Con-
ley, Fletcher, Wells, Miller, Swigart,
Sutter, Shields, Pack, Mgr. Berg.
Standing: Demsey, Kelly, Fisher, Coach
Clark, Emmerling, Stewart, Husk,
BASEBALL - 1957 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
The 1957 edition of Mt. Lebo's baseball team Mt' Lt " ' Chalmers ' ' ' ' ' ' '
Mt. L. ...,..,. Canonsburg . . .
Won the section title and the runner-up position
in the VV.P.I.A.L. Finals last spring. The Mount- ML L.
ies, playing through a tough schedule, suffered Mt. L. .,..t.. .
only two defeats, one in mid-season and the Ml- L-
other in a play-off game. The post-season elimi-
nation contest was a big one for the Blue Devils,
but the Freeport squad, gaining a one run lead Mt. L.
in the 13th, edged out the Blue and Gold by Mt. L.
this slim margin and took the YV.P.I.A.L. cham- Mft L-
pionship. Our boys, however, were proud of the
fact that they were the hrst Mt. Lebanon nine
to participate in such post-season activities.
One of the contributing factors to the success
of last year's squad was senior ace hurler Jack
Karcher, who was also the captain of the team.
Jack compiled a Fine pitching record and was
later elected the Most Valuable Player on the
Coach Clark's underclassmen will have to
scramble for the many vacant positions left open
by the graduated seniors.
Baseballs MVP jack Karcher warming up.
Mt. L. ...,... ,
Ml.L. ......, .
Washington , . .
Canonsburg , . .
Munhall .. .
Safe by a mile
TENNIS - 1957
Ably coached by Mr. Doak, nicknamed the
"father of VV.P.I.A.L. tennis," the l957 Mount
Lebanon tennis team went through their sched-
ule with only one defeat, and finished the season
in a blaze of glory by bringing home the first
place trophy in the VV.P.I.A.L.
Sparked by such outstanding individuals as
the team's captain John Connelly and squad
members Ray Pierson, Ed Hartman, and others,
the racquet-swinging Mounties defeated Shady-
side Academy for the first time in years and
overcame all of their league competition as well.
The hard-hitting netters served up a few aces
to Tarentum and Latrobe in elimination
matches, defeating them and winning the coveted
first place position in-the XV.P.I.A.L. for the
second consecutive year.
The doubles team of John Connelly and Ray
Pierson saw much action throughout the year
and were W.P.I.A.L. runners-up at season's end.
Due to his spirit and value to the team, Connelly
was elected as the team's MVP.
Graduation left many court. spots vacant and
up for grabs by action-tested underclassmen, who
will fill in their positions and carry on in the
traditional Blue Devil spirit.
Mt. L. . . ..... 5 Crafton ..... . . . .0
Mt. L. ,. ,,... 0 Shadyside . .. ....3
Mt. L. , , ..... 5 Wilk-insburg . . . . . . .0
Mt. L. .. ..... 4 Edgewood ....l
Mt. L. . . .,... 5 Crafton ..... ....O
Mt. L. . . ..,.. 5 Wilkiintsburg . . . , . . .O
Mt. L. .. ..... 3 Edgewood ... . . . .2
Mt. L. . . ..... 3 Shadyside ..., . . , .2
Mt. L. .. ,..., 5 Tarentum ... ....O
Mt. L. .. ..... 3 Latrobe ... ....2
Front: VValker, G. Con
nelly, C. Hartman, J
Connelly, Damon. Back
Rhen, E. Hartman, Ved-
dar, Coach Doak, Pier-
son, Vlright. Missing
Cooper, Murphy, Swish
er, Mfalgren, Ridlon.
YV.P.I.A.L. doubles runners-up Pierson and Connelly.
Tennis MVP Connelly.
GOLF - 1957
Last year's golf team succeeding in producing
another hne season, hnishing with a respectable
record of eight wins and only two losses. The
two defeats came
High, one of the
golf section. The
twice during the
The Blue and
at the hands of Centerville
Five teams in Mt. Lebanon's
other four were all defeated
season by the hard-swinging
Gold's season record merited
them the runner-up position in the section. Due
to the abundance of players of equal skill, Coach
Burrows had a difficult time selecting players
for the various matches.
The team's captain and MVP, Butch Trues-
dale, won a hlth place in the XV.P.I.A.L. indi-
vidual playoffs, thus gaining an opportunity to
represent our school in the P.I.A.A. champion-
ship at the Penn State course in University
Decimated by the inevitable graduation
losses, Mr. Burrows will have a small number of
boys with which to build another championship
Blue Devil team.
Mt. L. . . ,.... 16 Bridgeville . . . . . 0
Mt. L. . . ,,... 16 Baldwin ...., . ., 0
Mt. L. . . .... ISMZ Canonsburg , . . . , . 2yZ
Mt. L. ., .... 13W Bethel ....., ... Qyz
Mt. L. . . .. , 65 Centerville .. ...
Mt. L. . , ..., l6 Bridgeville . . , . .
Mt. L. . . ,,.. 13 Baldwin ,.,., . . . 3
Mt. L. .. ,... IQMZ Canonsburg 3yZ
Mt. L. ........ 14 Bethel ...,. 2
Mt. L. ...,.,., 4W Centerville , HW
W.P.I.A.L. Individual Playoffs - Truesdale tied for 5th
Left to right: Coach Burrows
Sanders, Herrington, Owens
Truesdzxle. Missing: Sutton
Bossart, and Tournay.
The G,A.A., under the guidance of the Leaders
Club and the sponsorship of Miss Shaver, had an
exciting and eventful year.
Several new plans were put into effect, and all
proved successful. First came the girls' gymnastic
team which was started in the fall. Then in Febru-
ary, the Leaders Club sponsored a Carnival which
involved a great deal of preparation but provided
the girls with some hilarious fun, as they threw jello,
shaved balloons, and braved the perils of the Spook
house. In April another new social event, the G.A.A.
Spring Fantasy, transformed the sturdy girl athletes
into dainty misses in net and taffeta. Of course, the
favorite stand-bys - the tenniquoit, basketball, and
volleyball tournaments complemented by the jitter-
ween Party, the G.A.A. Play Day, and the annual
Spring Banquet - rounded out a year full of new
friendships and good times enjoyed by the active
girls in the G.A.A.
lfegldgm The girls of the Leaders Club, which planned the many C.iX..X.
ithletic and social activities are: Sillirzg: Norma Blackburn, Judy
Siedel, Ann Furlong, Pat Negele. Marty Nlulliken, Judy japp, jane
angreth, Sue Langreth, Sue XYllll1lIllS, Chris xl2lf1SlOCl-QCI. .Simul-
zng Jill Galbraith, Barbara Watchorn, Sue Dana, Margie Hilsinger,
Cay Hugo, Janis Zivic, Ardilh Maurholf, Regina Hancock. .Xlison
Young, Nola Carroll, Nancy Zanhiser. Stella Hulsberg,
"D0n't drop mc!"
Atmosphere for spooks
Clown Z1 1:1 cart
The moments we shared. . .
are now just memories. There was the franctic dash to
school and the leisurely walk home, thebustle in the
halls during the day and empty loneliness late in the
afternoon. On brisk fall nights, we trooped to the foot-
ball games, and we returned to the stadium when warm
spring days brought track meets. Gleeful noises escaped
from the gym, and the halls echoed with slamming
locker doors: a hush prevailed in the library, and rev-
erent silence was observed during devotions. There were
those important letters that always got written during
class and the history theme that was never quite hnished.
In the halls, we heard melodious ollerings from the
chorus room, smelled the antiseptic that escaped the
medical office, and coughed in the Clouds of H23 which
drifted from the chem labs. XN'e were filled with spirit at
the pep rally and felt a bittersweet sentiment overcome
us at the Senior Prom. There was laughter at the senior
play and silent tears at graduation. These were the
moments we shared - memories we will always cherish.
Let's face it.
The leaves of brown may have come tumbling
down last September, but the students at Mt.
Lebanon High were too busy to notice. Reluctantly,
and yet expectantly, we turned back to our alma
mater and renewed friendships which the summer
had interrupted. Ninth graders were introduced to
crowded stairways and the enchanting aromas which
pervaded the halls from the chemistry classes. At last,
the first week-end arrived, after two whole days of
mental exertion had elapsed. Although there was
no football game, the week-end was graced by a
"rec" dance and many "new year" parties. Campaigns
for the all-important subscriptions were launched
beginning with the Motmlyfs Usophisticationu theme,
and continuing with the Lantewfs gay posters. The
bonfire and three exciting football games completed
September's round of activities, and left us panting
for more in Ocober.
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I know where there's a pillow. Huvcn't seen ya since
l PIGSKIN AND PUMPKINS"
October's horn of plenty overflowed with
not only pigskin and pumpkins but also a
profusion of parties and projects. The Jay
Michael girls-ask-boy dance, the Band Revue,
the Black Watcli Spectacle, and the Thespian
variety show provided a healthy balance on
the credit side of the entertainment ledger.
Sports fans were also in the black with a
large number of football games and cross-
country meets to attend. The hauntings of
Halloween came, but did not outdo the
mysteries of Mt. Lebanon High. Those sen-
iors quietly slipping out of classes were not
skipping school, but actually going to either
the dark doom of the National Merit Scholar-
ship test or the dark eye of Mr. Rosser's
senior-picture-taking camera. And the sopho-
mores weren't destroying school property
that Saturday morning but merely planting
crocuses for the spring. October ended with
frost on the pumpkin, mud on the pigskin,
and satished smiles on the faces of Mt.
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"I know I'1l blink."
"Is my tie straight?"
Mum and Memories
November was a month of highlights. In
sports, our cross-country team won the state
championship, and our football team won both
its November games. Socially, the Stardust Ball
and the Senior class play, Goodbye, My Fancy,
were in the forefront. The school threw open its
doors at Open House, and later the nine-weeks
report cards came out. Of course, the real high
point of November was the Senior Recognition
football game and its connected activities. Vast
spots of crimson seemed to float about school
that Friday, and, at the pep rally, certain sections
of the bleachers were almost solid red. The
football game that night will not soon be for-
gotten. A freak wind caused paper to blow in
spirals over the football held, thus causing the
effect of a wispy spirit hovering over our boys
to bring them luck. This charm worked, and,
along with the many parties that week-end, made
Senior Recognition perfect for all. Thanksgiving
and its inevitable huge dinner gave us a much
needed vacation and rounded off November by
rounding off our Hgures.
Ten minutes to curtain time.
Only thirty-four more shopping days
Ablazc with lights-our open house
The melody haunts my rcvcrie
Stardust and Roses
Time 0ut for Tinsel
December came upon us with a scent of pine
and a feeling of excitement. All phases of school
life were aiming toward Christmas: the basket-
ball team was anticipating the tournament
scheduled during vacationg the chorus was giving
the linal brush-ups to the 1lfIe.s's1'alzg the language
departments were getting their pronunciations
and musical strains synchronized for the "Around
the NVorld" Christmas programg the decoration
squad was gathering timely tips on tree trim-
mingg the homerooms were making last minute
arrangements for their proljectsg and every girl
was giving her special smile to that special person
in hopes that Saint Nick would bring an invita-
tion to the Snowball. Christmas vacation, with
its promise ol time to catch up on school work,
soon yielded that promise for a more tangible
reward - "a good time had by all" at the many
parties. December ended with a bang, a toot,
and a whistle - Happy 1958!
Snow Belles at the Ball Deck the halls
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The beauty of ll winter midnight-
Snowhzxll Queen .Xnn Snee and her
court: Sue XVetmore, Marty And-
erson, Ann Thompson, Pat 'I'ichA
enor, Barham Hunghery, and
A toast to the Queen
Final and a Fresh Start
January was a hard month - it was hard to
get back into the groove after Christmas, and,
when we finally did, it was hard to begin study-
ing for the semester tests. However, all was not
drudgery. Many diversions were provided to
lighten our loads. The Hilary Bogden Record
Hop started out the month socially. In the sports
world, basketball became the byword, and every-
one followed the team closely at their games.
The orchestra assembly proved to be one of the
outstanding entertainment attractions in January.
The semester was brought to conclusion by
final exams and report cards. In contrast to these
"happy" events, the end of the semester also
brought the Activities Assembly and the Junior-
Senior Prom, to everyonels immense relief. Jan-
uary began with resolutions and ended with
many more - from students resolving to do twice
as well the second semester.
"What's so funny?"
the Frosty Frolic
Guess who studied.
The ABC's of safety
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Turning over a new leaf?
Holiday for Hearts
"Do you think he'l1 get the message?"
February brought Cupid, and Cupid brought
romance. However, busy February didn't leave much
time for romance. Sports-wise, the basketball, swim-
ming, and wrestling teams were finishing up their
very successful seasons. Basketball fans saws the Blue
Devils maintain their perfect record in the new gym
as they downed lVashington's Little Presidents.
G.A.A. carnival time found the girls scainpering over
boxes and booths in an effort to escape a very real
looking snake. The tremendously successful Foreign
Exchange Campaign was cliinaxed by the long-
anticipated Junior-Senior basketball game - and the
senior victory. The Formal Concert and the Choral
Concert, along with tryouts for Mrs. McTl1i11g and
In the Pink kept students so involved that the day
of hearts went quickly by leaving very few broken
ones. Plenty of snow and ice made for a frosty
February, but somehow we all got through the
month - in spite of the weather, the activities,
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"Those kids are so good I'1l never make it!"
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lN'ith March came the first signs of spring-
time. A slate of junior candidates for the coming
semester's Student Congress olficers brought
seniors' thoughts closer to Senior Day and jun-
iors' thoughts closer to the day when they would
be seniors. Sadie Hawkins Day found the gals
actually dressed a Ia mode parisienne as they
appeared at the dance in their real "sack
Chemises." Indoor track moved into full swing
out at Schoonamaker Hall amidst cinders and
clouds of sawdust. And the Ides of March
brought not taxes nor assassination, but worse
yet, the College Boards. However, the hard-work-
ing college-bound students found relief that very
evening in the form of the Mardi Gras Ball.
Spring sprang, and, according to tradition,
March marched out like a lamb.
Marrying Sam ties two more knots.
Dancin' Dogpatch style
Mardi Gras Mziclncss
Tripping Ilmc light fantastic
M. O'Con nor, M.
Rf. Connors, and A. Leprechaun
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Fa hion and Festivities
"lVell, at least it will bring flowers."
April cried - showers of activities between the actual
raindrops. Mrs. McThi11g, the hilarious activities play,
followed close on the heels ol the invigorating Easter
vacation. Spring lever was in the air and the outdoor
G.A.A. Playday along with a generous supply of track
meets did nothing to discourage it. Report cards came
and went, as did the elections lor the coming semester's
homeroom officers. The band stepped back into the school
picture with their annual spring concert, and last minute
preparations were completed for the choral Spring Show,
In the Pink. Then April, its duty done, gave way to May.
In spring, a young man's fancy turns to . . . track?
"I'll never get this finished for Easter
Cinclers and Ceremonies
May was a time of too much to do in too brief
an interval. Track meets and track championships
abounded. After seeing the informal concert and
the spring musical, we were given tunes to whistle
as we marched to an impending doom - the semes-
The key-note in May was on the seniors . . . it
was their last month at Mount Lebanon High. The
graduation ceremony coming up in June would
mean the end of many long friendships with both
students and teachers. But the seniors didn't have
much time to sit around and mope. There was too
much to be done - college acceptances to worry
about, hnal grades to anticipate, senior parties to
arrange, the reception to attend, and above all,
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