Mount Lebanon High School - Lebanon Log Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1959
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Guiding Ancl Encouraging
The excellent reputation of the Mt. Lebanon Schools is largely a result
of the efforts of Superintendent Dr. Ralph Horsman and Assistant
Superintendent Dr. Joseph Keifer, who brought experience and under-
standing to their job of supervision.
The school board developed the educational policies of the Mt. Lebanon
School System. The members were: Mr. James Daniell, Mr. William
C. Berg, Jr., Mr. Robert F. Dyson, Miss Mariam Headley, Mr. Edward
H. Buck, Mr. Samuel A. Schreiner, Mrs. Donald C. Lewis, Mr. Beckley
Smith, Mr. Otis C. Hogsett.
Dr. Nelson Mills, our principal, directed the numerous
activities of our school with understanding. We heard his
voice many mornings explaining school policy to us, con-
gratulating us for outstanding achievement, or discussing
our responsibilities. We saw him in the halls, observing class
passing or talking with one of our teachers or classmates.
We knew that he coordinated our school lives, and we were
grateful to him. With him, we shared an immense pride
in Mt. Lebanon High School.
Dr. Floy Penn, director of instruction for the Mt. Lebanon
school system, supervised our testing programs, helped to
coordinate our curriculum, and was available to help any
student or parent with a problem.
Coordinating the activities of our school is
the mammoth job of our principal, Dr. Nelson
Mills, here aided by Miss Speckhalls and Mrs.
Duet with a Western flair!
With the ever-increasing size of our school, the job of
Mrs. Geraldine Morgan grows. When we read absentee lists,
were excused early from school, or had the misfortune
to be tardy, we realized that knowing the whereabouts of
all of Mt. Lebanon's students all the time is difficult and
Our vice principal, Dr. John Moore, patiently adjusted
the schedules of our students to best fit their needs. Class
rank, college transcripts, a comprehensive record of the
school lives of Mt. Lebanon's graduates, and the registration
of new students occupied much of his time. We appreciated
Dr. Moore's aid in moulding and organizing our lives.
Attendance slips, college transcripts, Iowa
Test scores, and many other odd jobs were
handled by Miss Wass, Mrs. Daniels, and
Mrs. Cargill and Miss Olzac directed Mt. Lebanon High
School's extracurricular activities. Through their efforts,
freshmen and new students were guided toward after school
jobs which developed their interests, and all of us enjoyed
social events sponsored by the activities department, and
we all had the opportunity to participate in our student
College and career choices are continu-
ing problems for students of high schools
all over the country. At Mt. Lebanon,
where 8OCyb of us go on to college, and
many enter professional or specialized
fields, our guidance counselors were kept
busy in 1959. Mrs. Horne and Mr. Nick-
las, and Miss Alessio, counselors, and
Mrs. Irwin, secretary, were equipped with
sympathy, patience, and a never-ending
supply of suggestions.
Miss High, our school nurse, had wonderful diagnostic
ability. Students who suffered from colds were given yellow
excuse forms, those who were allergic to math, received
yellow back-to-class slips. Warned of frostbite and re-
minded of wise winter health habits, we remained healthy
throughout most of the year.
THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
A student who reads widely and with dis-
crimination, who Writes clearly and
who listens with comprehension, and
presses himself originally is prepared
municate with others. He can read
preciate Geoffrey Chaucer or Agatha
write about winter dawn or steer-raising, en-
joy lectures about modern art or hunting wild
boars, and take an active and intelligent part
in any conversation. The primary aim of Mt.
Lebanon High School's English department is
to help students to develop skill in al ph
of communication. My I fl!
KATHERYN ANN FUNK
FROBESE Senior Composi
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English 12 English 11 and 12 Adv. English 10, Senior Composi-
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A chance at Chaucer!
"Boys, never go steady!"
English 10 and 12
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English 10 MILLER Secondary School MORAN I
English 11 psychological English 9
Research and more research!
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BECDMING GO0D CITIZENS
DAVID A. MR. BURROWS JOHN E. VICTOR M. HARRY C. GEORGE W,
BAT CHELOR Economics, Prin. DENBOW DOAK HADDEN KLINE
World History of Selling U.S. History U.S. History U.S. History Global Geography
Sociology, W0r1d HiSt0fY American
3 .CBERNARD J. DONLEY WILBUR C.
KOBO SKY MOLLENAUER MOORE
World History U.S. History Civics
"My country is like yours in many ways."
ALBERT N. K. L. TAGGART RICHARD N
sTAN1sH Civics TOLER
World History Civics
What is a socially competent indi-
vidual? He is one who understands and
appreciates his social and cultural heri-
tage, who realizes that our democratic
institutions have not been easily
achieved and must be actively defended
today and tomorrow, who is well-in-
formed about contemporary historical
events, and who is aware of his respon-
sibility in our interdependent world. He
is prepared for wise leadership or fol-
lowership according to his own talents
and desires. Our social studies depart-
ment attempts to help each student to
become a socially competent individual.
LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
MARGUERITE CHARLES G. MIRIAM DOROTHY I. HELEN
BECK BLANTON BULGER DEAN RUSSELL
German French Latin French HAYN ES
MILDRED MARGERY C. ADA RITA M. MARY V-
LENK MCCLURE PATTERSON ROEGGE THORPE
Latin, Spanish Latin Latin ' Spanish SP3f1iSh
The foreign language department has a
two-fold purpose: to present to the stu-
dents not only the language of another
people but also their culture, ideals, and aspi-
rations. By the use of textbooks and records
the student becomes acquainted with the
language itself. Through outside reading
about the customs, habits, country, and cul-
ture of the people where his language is
spoken, through making Latin maps and
scrolls, joining French club, singing songs
in German, and talking to people who have
lived or visited in Spain, the student is able
to form an impression of what the people
are like. By the end of his study of foreign
language, the student obtains a knowledge
of Latin, French, Spanish, or German, and
an insight into the people who speak the
language which he has studied.
"Veni, vidi, vici Latinam!"
JOSEPHINE N. l
DR- CHARLES SHERRICK CHARLES 0. JOHN F. REED RAINES
F. BECK GILBERT LOHR MEHNER Chemistry
Chemistfyy AdV- Biology ' Biology Biology, Adv.
Chemistry 'Ab' A'
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The world in which we live is a complex and
awesome place, fascinating to explore. We wish to learn
how clouds are formed and why they go awayg how
steel is madeg why an electric current makes a frog's
leg jumpg what an atom is and how it is used in pro-
pelling a guided missile. The most important aim of
our science department is to give each student an
understanding of the physical and biological factors
of our environment and an appreciation of modern
technology and its influence on our lives.
"We suggest that everyone stand back."
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BASIS FOR LCGICAL THINKING
EDITH M. MERCER ALICE ELMS HARRY E- FRED R.
CLARK CLARK Adv. Math 11 FELICI-I GAERTNER
Algebra I Algebra I and 12 Algebfa, Adv- Trigonometry
Trigonometry Algebfa, Adv. Math 122
Math 10 Algebra I
A compass, a slide rule, a formula, a three-dimensional
plastic figure . . . these are some of the tools of the budding
mathematician. That mathematician must develop spatial per-
ception and facility with concrete expression of abstract con-
cepts through wide and diversified experience in mathematics.
Eut whether or not the student vvill ever attempt to evolve NORMAN L.
time-space equations, he will gain through mathematics a GOODWIN
sound basis for precise and logical thinking. Our mathematics A1geb,-3 111
department also helps Mt. Lebanonls students to achieve a
mastery of practical skills and an understanding of the roles
of deductive and inductive reasoning.
SARAH E. JOSEPH'A. SRP A SRICHARD EARL L. ANNE
SMITH plane Geometry IEWALKER WHIPKEY RIGHTMIRE
Trigonometry Algebra III Algebra III Plane Geometry
DEVELOPING BUSINESS APTITUDE
How a typewriter operates, what the
"Weird symbols" of shorthand represent, and
how a bank figures compound interest are no
mystery to students of our business education
department. Whether they will become secre-
taries, accountants, or hornemakers, the depart-
ment attempts to give each one practical skill
in business mechanics.
"I used to think this stuff looked like bird footprints!"
FRANKIE DOROTHY H. W. A. KIRK C. THELMA
BONIFIELD GROVE MITCHELL TALLMAN WHINNIE
Typing, Shorthand, Type- Business Typing Business Subjects
Commercial Math writing, General Education
Our music department attempts to convey
to each student the idea that music is the con-
cise and subtle expression of ideas or emotions
through coordinated tones and rhythms. Chor-
uses band, and orchestra help students to de-
velop skill and artistic appreciation of music.
California is a long way from here!
MAY K. ARTHUR
Vocal Music Orchestra
Music Theory Instrumental
Seeking high C!
INTERPRETING AND CREATING
MR. JOHN N. NEAL JOHN F. DOUGLAS
BERNHARDY Woodshop RAMSEY SHANE-R
Machine Shop Mechanical Aft, Metal Art
Inspiration under the mobiles!
To give each student an opportunity for self-
expression and an appreciation of the aesthetic
quality of his environment is the primary pur-
pose of art and shop classes. Emphasis is on
originality of concept. Students learn to enjoy
critically the work of others and to build their
"It's important to be precise."
TOWARD GO0D HEALTH
JOHN P. DOROTHY NORMA RALPH FIFE WILLIAM M DONNA J
BECKERT DAVIDSON FAIETA Physlcal GRANT SHAVER
Physical Civigs physical Educa Education Physical Educa Physical
Education Physical tion, 751021 EduCat1On
Two important factors contributing to the
good health of an individual are appreciation
of what good health is and controlled, proper
exercise. Through health classes, the student
learns about his body machinery and how best
to keep it running smoothly. In gym classes, he
develops game skills and good sportsmanship.
"Please stop tickling my liver'
AN INSIGHT INTO FAMILY LIFE
Most of us, whether we become doctors, engineers,
ful family life depends upon many factors: the home
should be efficiently organized, and each member of X
he family should understand the others' motivati
an classes, students learn to sew straight
Q1 dulge 1n creative cookery, ir
rooms, and make consci us attempts
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"What is this arrow for?"
Wash ,em out cleang iron 'em out smooth!
"Personally, I'd say I'm a very well-adjusted fellow!"
or artists, will marry and have families. A success- Exp
hrough home economics and personal adjust
SKILL AND COURTESY
. "Yes, son, that's the steering wheel."
Courtesy and skill on the highway grow not
just from understanding of carburetors and dif-
ferentials and the Motor Vehicle Code, but also
from respect for other drivers. Our driver educa-
tion department attempts to instill in each
student a sense of civic responsibility and coop-
eration while teaching him how to operate an
GLENN S. GEORGE JOSEPH
ASTON-REESE LAMPRINAKOS PAGANELLI
Driver Education Driver Education Driver Education .IRENE YAKU LIS
ANSWERING OUR NEEDS
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ROW 1: R. Schweinbraten, Mcllroy, Pickerine, Strauss,
ROW 2: Smith, Paholsky, Deteky, Ball, Smith, McIntyre.
ROW 3: McCue, Evans, Johnson, H. Schweinbraten, Civet-
FRONT: C. Ciraula, A. Fallucco, H. Reardon, P. Mueller,
M. Ferraro, H. McCue, J. Kirstein, M. Boustead, E.
tini, M. Corso, F. Gastgeb, R. Rogers, I. Smith, S. Bal-
dinger, E. Cuda. BACK: S. Clarke, D. Donelli, I. Yakuhs,
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We shared friendships . . .
friendships which grew from encounters at foot-
ball games, in the Activities Office, or in English
class to bonds between classmates who had lived
common experiences and were beginning to under-
stand each other. That we had originally come
from Germany or Florida was insignificant when
we did 120-C research together or discovered
each other's interest in the same college. We did
not all agree that Mazeroski was the best second
baseman in the National League, but We enjoyed
discussing his qualifications. Some of us became
silent when ive were impressed by the orchestra's
rendition of "Say It Isn't Sof, and others bragged
about the accomplishment to strangers on a bus,
but we all felt pride. From our common exper-
iences, we developed friendships which trans-
cended common experience and became a part of
us in 1959.
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Only one word embodies all 581 members of the Class of '59: spirit. With
oirit we entered as the first freshman classg with spirit we have approached
Our enthusiasm was with us when four years of study stretched out, limitless,
efore us. It increased as '59 became a part of Mt. Lebanon High School and
egan to show its special character. In our Senior Year, our vigor reached a
Vimax, and our efforts were fulfilled in achievement.
Our struggles with studies were rewarded in many ways. We had the honor
f supplying 32 National Merit Semi-Finalists and the pride of knowing that
iose of us who weren't scholars had developed our capacities to the fullest.
We threw ourselves with energy into the yearly round of activities. From our
onfire, a symbol of our enthusiasm, we progressed through a lively production
f First Lady to the last moment of the Senior Prom. In between, we created a
iccessful flash card section, adopted green and white as our class colors, and
'atched a bold and skillful football team establish an outstanding record. The
og, Lantern, and Mounty were outlets for our imaginationg the Snowball,
adie Hawkins, and Mardi Gras gave us the opportunity to express our vitality
irough music and laughter.
Most of all, our spirit helped us grow and mature. We began to learn the
'ays of patience and the goodness of giving, the fashioning of thoughts and the
uilding of livesg the acceptance of the past and the hope of the future.
The Class of ,59 of Mt. Lebanon High School both gave and received the
nest of gifts: the gift of spirit.
DOLORES ANN ABLAUF
NANCY KAY ABRAHAM
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Publicity.
CARL R. AITKEN
Football, Intramural Sports.
JANET CAROL ALLEBRAND
KATHLEEN M. ALLEN
G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Library.
J .V. Football.
RAY M. ANDERSON
Intramural Sports, Band, Physics.
VALERIE JEAN ANDERSON
Honor Roll, F.T.A., Library, Pep Sq.
VICKI LYNN ANDERSON
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockette, F.T.A., Decorating, Information.
J UDITH LYNNE ARCHBOLD
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Student Guidance Coun-
cil, Homeroom OE., G.A.A., F.T.A., Attendance, Decorating.
LOIS JEAN ASTI l
Log, Girls' Gymnastics, G.A.A., Pep Sq.
JOSEPH A. ATCI-IISON
Football, Intramural Sports, Hospitality.
PHILIP H. AUBERTINE
Gymnastics, Rifle, Wrestling, Football, Intramural Sports.
Homeroom Off., Football, Intramural Sports.
FRANCES ANN BABYAK
A. CHESTER BACHMAN
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
THOMAS C. BAER
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
FREDERICK R. BAILEY
Intramural Sports, Orchestra, Boys' Ushers.
MARY S. BAIRD
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., Chorus, Choral
Accompanist, Hospitality, Medical, Girls' Ushers.
NANCY C. BARNHART
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Range Rockette,
F .T.A., First Lady, Costume, Thespians, Log.
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Girls'
DAVID A. BARONE
Baseball, Football, J.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports.
CYNTHIA A. BARRETT
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.T.A., Chorus, Triple Trio, Art, Informa-
JAMES C. BARRICK
Honor Roll, Chemistry Co-Chm., Physics, Projection, Boys'
JAMES N. BATEMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Track, Wrestling, J.V. Football,
J .V. Track, Intramural Sports.
JUDYTH C. BATES
Log, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens, F.N.A.
GRACE FRANCES BATTAGLIA
G.A.A., F.T.A., Information, Library, Lost and Found, Medical.
VIVIEN JO BATTAGLIA
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Decorating, Pep Sq.
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.T.A. Off.,
Orchestra, Devotional, Studio.
THOMAS A. BEARDSHALL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off.
HELEN M. BEAVER
G.A.A., Attendance, Hospitality, Information, Girls! Ushers,
SUSAN L. BEIDLER
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Stu-
dent Court, Homeroom Off., Cheerleader Capt., First Lady,
IRENE MARGARET BEITLER
Honor Roll, Mounty, G.A.A., Bulletin Board Chm., Library,
ROBERT S. BELL
Golf, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Parking.
STEPHEN W. BENDER
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Hospitality.
CAROLYN A. BENN
G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Library Chm., Medical, Ways and
GEORGE RICHARD BENSON
CHARLES JOSEPH BERG III.
Honor Roll, Baseball Mgr., Basketball Mgr.
SUSAN KAY BERG
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., F.T.A., Attendance, Red
EDWARD SILHOL BETKER
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Stage Crew.
DIANNE CAROL BIXLER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information.
THOMAS H. BLACKWOOD
Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Wrestling, In-
DAVID W. BLUMFELDT
Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Track, J.V. Track, Intramural
RICHARD P. BOLLINGER
Boys' Glee Club, Boys' Ushers Chm.
ROBERT W. BOLLINGER
Homeroom Off., Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Band,
SARA ANN BORATEN
G.A.A., Pep Sq.
MARGARET JANE BOWERS
Lantern, G.A.A., Mrs. McThing, First Lady, Bulletin Board,
Public Address, Thespians, Pep Sq.
JAMES N. BRECKER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
JOSEPH E. BREEN
Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
HOWARD R. BREINIG
Football, Wrestling, J .V. Football, Intramural Sports.
ANN ELIZABETH BREITENSTEIN
Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off.,
G.A.A., Cheerleader, Auditorium Planning, Medical.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Projection.
PATRICIA ANN BRIDGES
Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Lost and Found,
Red Cross, Girls' Ushers.
JEAN SHERIDAN BROWN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., At-
tendance, Pep Sq.
MARJORIE MAE BROWN
Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A., Band.
THOMAS W. BROWN
SUZANNE EILEEN BRUBAKER
Log, G.A.A., Information, Medical.
E. BLAIR BRUNSWICK
Homeroom Off., Swimming, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host,
BEVERLY L. BURNER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Attendance, Bulletin Board, Girls'
WILLIAM L. BUT TLAR
Basketball, Cross Country, Track, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Cross
Country, J.V. Track.
JUDITH ANN BUTTON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens Off., Chorus,
ROBERT W. CALDWELL
MARY BLANTON CALHOON
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Chorus, Honor Award, Medi-
SUE LINDA CALLAHAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Major-
ette Co-Capt., Bulletin Board, Decorating.
WILLIAM G. CARMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, J.V. Football,
J .V. Track, Intramural Sports.
ROBERT W. CARNEY
Lantern, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Chemistry, Projection,
Properties Chm., Thespians Off.
Boys' Ushers, Information.
DAVID L. CARROLL
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
SUZANNE CLARK CARROLL
Costume, Devotional, Make-up, Publicity.
HENRY FELTON CASSEDY
DARIO F. CASTELLI
Boys' Glee Club.
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
Swimming, Intramural Sports.
JOHN P. CHAKOS
Intramural Sports, Public Address.
DELAURA K. CHAPPELL
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., F.T.A., Bulletin Board, Ways
and Means, Pep. Sq. Chm.
KAREN L. CHRISTIANSEN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Court, F.T.A., Chorus
Music Mgr., Devotional Choir.
MARY ELLEN CHURCH
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Attendance, Pep. Sq.
JOANN C. CIBRONE
EDWARD R. CIPRIANI
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Band.
CAROL EDITH CLARK
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Band.
LINDA M. CLARRY
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Medical.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.N.A.,
Chemistry, Hospitality, Medical, Ways and Means.
CAROLE NANCY CLAYPOOL
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.H.A., Library, Medical, Ways
Honor Roll, Gymnastics, Track, Intramural Sports.
NANCY ANN CLEVER
Range Rockette, Decorating, Information.
RICHARD KENYON COBB
Homeroom Off., Basketball Mgr., Intramural Sports, Orchestra,
Decorating, Stage Crew, Thespians.
FRANK E. COHO,JR.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Chemistry,
Boys' Usher Chm.
DIANA LOUISE COLE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty, G.A.A., F.N.A., Band,
Achievement, Chemistry, Library.
DOROTHY FAYE COLLINS
Entertainment Bulletin, G.A.A., F.T.A., F.H.A., Lost and
Found, Medical, Ways and Means.
ARTHUR L. COLUSSY
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
WALLACE M. CONKLIN
Intramural Sports, Art, Cafeteria Host.
JAMES W. CONLEY
Baseball Mgr., Basketball Mgr., Intramural Sports.
EDWARD GRANT CONNELLY
Tennis, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
JOHN H. CONNER
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Orchestra, Mrs. McThing,
First Lady, Matchmaker, Studio Mgr., Thespians.
PATRICIA ANN CONNOR
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club,
Y-Teens, Band, Library, Studio.
MARY ADALINE CONNORS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., J.V. Cheer-
leader Co-Capt., F.T.A., Costume, Decorating, Information.
Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens, First Lady, Bulletin Board, Red
Cross Chm., Studio, Debate.
ROBERT G. COO
Activities Key, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Lantern Sports
Ed., Log, Student Court, Homeroom Off., Basketball, Tennis.
JOSEPH R. COPELAND
CAROL SUE CORT
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Girls' Ushers.
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Attendance.
SUSAN LEE COULTER
Homeroom Off., Bulletin Board, Decorating, Medical.
LOIS PAMELA CROCO
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Information, Library, Pep Sq.
STEVEN F. CUNNINGHAM
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Wrestling, J.V. Football, Intra-
mural Sports, Band, First Lady.
MARJORIE F. CURL
SUSAN ELIZABETH CURRAN
Lantern, G.A.A., F.T.A., Costume Chm., Decorating, Thespians.
JANET A. DAVIES
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A.,
GARMAN C. DAVIS
Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
KATHLEEN ANN DAVIS
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Home-
room Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Girls, Ushers.
VIRGINIA ANN DAVIS
Lantern, G.A.A., Ways and Means.
BRUCE A. DAVISON
Homeroom OH., Gymnastics, Wrestling, J.V. Track, Intramural
BARBARA ANN DAWLEY
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.,
DOROTHY ELLEN DAY
JUDITH MARIE DELACH
GERALDINE J. DEMARET
G.A.A., F.T.A., F.N.A., Medical.
DONALD N. DEWEES
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Band, Physics Co-
MARY KATHERINE DEWEES
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty, Entertainment Bulletin
Co-ed., G.A.A., Honor Award.
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Attendance,
ELIZABETH JEAN DINGMAN
Lost and Found
RONALD JAY DOBKIN
Intramural Sports, First Lady, Decorating.
SYLVIA ELAINE DOLE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens, F.N.A., Orchestra, Chemistry,
THOMAS R. DONNELLSQ JR.
JAMES L. DOOLEY
Intramural Sports, Band.
EDWARD PATRICK DORAN
Football, Intramural Sports.
WILLIAM DANIEL DRISCOLL
Homeroom Off., Football, Basketball, Baseball, Decorating.
SANDRA C. DUBLIN
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus, Triple Trio.
Decorating, In The Pink.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
JUDITH ANN DUPREE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, G.A.A., F.N.A., F.H.A.,
WILLIAM T. DURKIN
Honor Roll, Tennis, Intramural Sports, Projection, Stage Crew.
Log, Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Information, Lost and Found,
Medical, Red Cross, Girls' Ushers.
PAMELA ELINOR DYER
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Honor Award,
Information, Medical, Pep Sq.
CAROLE ANNE EASTON ag
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Au it l n
Decorating, Red Cross. ,
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THOMAS C. ECKERSLEY WM JM
Intramural Sports, Projection, Way eat? ,W U
STAFFAN B. N. EHNBOM of
Honorary Member of Student Con e s,' IwQ,E,
H. JAMES EKEDAHLJR. ,M If '
Intramural Sports, First Lady.
MARTHA J EAN EMERICK
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A.
SUE ANN ENGEL
Log, G.A.A., Range Rockette, F.N.A., Decorating, Library.
SUSAN E. ENGEL
Lantern Asst. Feature Ed., Mounty, G.A.A.
ROY N. ENVALL
BARBARA E. ESTES
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A., Girls' Gymnastics.
BEATRICE A. FAVINGER
Log, G.A.A., F.N.A., Checkroom, Medical, Pep Sq.
JANE C. FELLOWS
G.A.A., Checkroom, Medical, Red Cross, Pep. Sq.
PENELOPE JANE FERGUSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Costume,
Ways and Means, Girls' Gymnastics.
DONALD S. FERITO,JR.
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Chorus, Devotional Choir,
Boys' Glee Club, Messiah, Mrs. McThing, Public Address
PETER A. FIELD
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Rifle Capt., Track,
Intramural Sports, Band.
BARBARA JEAN FINK
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., F.T.A.,
F.H.A., Information Chm., Red Cross, Girls' Ushers.
THOMAS EDWIN FINK
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Cross Coun-
try, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Orchestra, Physics.
JAN M. FINKEL
Honor Roll, Log, Intramural Sports, Publicity.
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Girls' Ushers.
DOROTHY A. FITCH
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A., Off.,
Make-up Chm., Thespian Off., Pep Sq.
JAMES J. J. FLANAGAN
Homeroom Off., Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
HARRY M. FLECK
Intramural Sports, Projection Chm.
PETER F. FLETCHER
Honor Roll, Track, Wrestling, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
MARY ANNE FLORY
G.A.A., F.T.A., Chorus, Pep Sq.
GARY G. FORCEY
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Studio.
KAYE LYNN FORTUNES
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
Rockette, In The Pink.
RICHARD C. FOSTER
Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
LINDA JEAN FOX
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Chorus, Devotional.
LYNN C. FOX
PAUL C. FRANKLIN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Basketball Mgr., Intramural
DONNA J . FREEMAN
Homeroom Off., F.H.A.
ROBERT G. FREILAND
Football Mgr., Track Mgr.
D. CAROLE FULTON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Chemistry, Honor Award, Pep Sq.,
DELORES JEAN GABRENAS
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Pep Sq.
Intramural Sports, Biology Chm.
MARY SYDNEY GALLOWAY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., French Club.
ANNETTE ELAINE GALLUZE
Lantern, Log, Mounty, G.A.A., Attendance, Bulletin Board,
STEPHEN J. GARLAND
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Chess, Intramural Sports.
RICHARD B. GARLITZ
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, Football, J.V. Basket-
ball, J.V. Football.
FRANK E. GARRATT
DELBY LEE GEESEMAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, Check-
room Co-Chm., Properties, Public Address, Pep Sq.
NANCY D. GEHRING
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Orchestra, Medical.
JOHN CHARLES GERLACH
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Boys' Ushers.
ANNE AMELIA GIBSON
Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, G.A.A., In The
Pink, First Lady, The Matchmaker, Art, A.F.S. Exchange
RITA ANN GIEGERICH
Log Asst. Circulation Mgr., G.A.A., Costume Co-Chm., Decor-
ating, Library, Thespians, Pep Sq.
JOAN A. GILLILAND
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Decorating, Pep. Sq.
DIANE MARIE GIORDANO
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette.
JUDITH ANN GIRA
Homeroom Off., G.A.A.
JAMES WRIGHT GLENNAN
Track, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
STANTON JAMES GOLDMAN
Gymnastics, Intramural Sports, Stage Crew Chm., Thespians.
BAYMER JON GORR fx
Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Publicity. I 0 L ,L
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VICTOR PHILIPPE GOTTSCHALL ig
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Mounty, En-
tertainment Bulletin, Rifle, Chemistry Co-Chm., Devotiorial,
Physics Co-Chm. ii
HAZEL MAE GRABE
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., Band, Achieve-
G.A.A., Majorette, Range Rockette, Attendance.
GAIL MEREDITH GRANT
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette,
Art, Attendance, Pep Sq.
SALLY ARMELLA GRANT
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Hospitality, Information.
SUSAN S. GRANT
Lantern, G.A.A., F.T.A., F.N.A., Honor Award.
Football, Track, Intramural Sports.
Intramural Sports, Biology, Decorating, Traffic.
KATRINA ANN GRIMM
G.A.A., F.T.A., Orchestra, Attendance, Girls' Ushers Chm.
FOSTER M. GROSE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, J.V. Football, J.V.
Track, Intramural Sports, Decorating Co-Chm.
JOHN ROBERT GROVE
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Band.
BARBARA A. GRUMMER
G.A.A., F.T.A., F.H.A., Library, Pep Sq.
Honor Roll, Track, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Hos-
CAROLE ELIZABETH HALL
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., F.N.A., Chorus, Library.
BARBARA ANN HAMMEL
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Bulletin Board, Library, Medi-
C. ALLEN HAMMOND
Intramural Sports, Band.
R. D. HARLAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Golf, J.V. Football, Intramural
Sports, Debate, Publicity.
JOANNA LEE HART
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Pep Sq.
CARL D. HART MAN
Tennis, Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
DAVID A. HARTQUIST
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., Cross Country, Track
J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
MARY J. HEALEY
Log, Mounty, G.A.A., F.T.A., Library, Medical.
PATRICIA F. HEASTAN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.
Art, Properties, Pep Sq.
BARBARA ANN HEETER
F.N.A., Red Cross.
ELIZABETH E. HEIM
G.A.A., F.N.A., Decorating, Medical, Red Cross.
WILLIAM J. HERMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Projection.
DAVID E. HERZOG
Honor Roll, Log, Intramural Sports, Public Address.
MARGARET ANNE HILSINGER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Student Congress Sec., Home-
room Off., Leaders Club, Range Rockette, Checkroom Co-Chm.,
JUDITH FRANCES HOAG
F.N.A., Chorus, Triple Trio, In the Pink, Messiah, The Fortune
Teller, Medical, Studio.
Lantern, Log, G.A.A., F.T.A., Library, Properties, Pep Sq.
NANCY C. HOFFMANN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A.,
M. JOANNE HOGG
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y-Teens,
NANCY A. HOLL
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.N.A., Library, F.H.A., Pep Sq.
DONNA RAE HOUSER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log Business Mgr., G.A.A., Y-
Teens Off., F.T.A., Orchestra, Chorus, Red Cross.
JAMES R. HOWLEY
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off.,
Wrestling, Cafeteria Host and Hostess Chm., Public Address,
GRETCHEN L. HUESTER
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Majorette, F.H.A.
DAVID P. HUGHES
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria, Projection.
WILLIAM O'NEIL HUNT
Swimming Capt., Intramural Sports.
DIANNE A. HUSTON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Information, Medical.
WILLIAM B. IAMS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Football, Intramural Sports,
ANNE ROYSTON IRWIN
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Cheerleader, Medical, Social Chm., Thespians Off., My Sister
BARBARA ANN IRWIN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., F.T.A.,
Costume Chm., Information, Public Address, Thespians.
CAROL MARIE IRWIN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Majorette Capt.,
Attendance, Bulletin Board.
JUDITH ANN JEFFCOTT
KURT S. JOHNSON
Homeroom Off., J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Chorus.
ROBERT S. JOHNSTON
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., F.N.A., Chemistry.
ANN ELIZABETH JONES
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., Range
Rockette, Y-Teens, Medical, Publicity, Ways and Means.
BARBARA BEESON JONES
Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Devotional.
MARK ANTHONY JORDAN
THOMAS F. JORDAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
SALLY ANN J URGENSEN
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom OH., G.A.A., F.T.A.,
Attendance, Pep. Sq.
JOYCE ANN KASSING
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus.
NANCY JEAN KAUFMAN
G.A.A., Girls' Gymnastics.
CHARLES E. KAY
Cross Country, Track, J .V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intra-
mural Sports, Information.
GRETCHEN GRAY KECK
J .V. Football, Intramural Sports.
MIRIAM J. KELLY
G.A.A., Chorus, Devotional Choir, The Fortune Teller, In The
Pink, Messiah, Library, Lost and Found.
FREDERICK B. KELSEY
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Biology, Physics.
CONRAD M. KERST
LEROY S. KERST
JOHN L. KLEINHANS
JAMES C. KLETTER
Basketball Mgr., J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
GORDON LEE KNAPP
Student Court, Homeroom Off., Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
REGINALD H. KNAPP
Chemistry Chm., Physics, Projection, Chess.
THOMAS WILLIAM KNAPPER
Rifle, Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
BONNIE SUE KNIGHT
Activities Key, Student Guidance Council, G.A.A., Cheerleader,
First Lady, Decorating, Hospitality, Thespians, Range Rock
LINDA LEE KNOX
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Checkroom,
Medical, Pep Sq.
MARY J. KOBLISH
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Library, Medical.
HOWARD CYRIL KOCMOND
Gymnastics, Intramural Sports.
GLORIA MARIE KOPERA
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Honor Award, Pep Sq.
NANCY MARIE KOSTER
CAROL ANNE KREH
Honor Roll, Lantern Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A.
WILLIAM C. KRESS,JR.
J UDITH ANN KRUDENER
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Y-Teens, Library, Publicity.
VIRGINIA ANN KRUT
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Information, Library, Red Cross.
ERNEST L. KUNO
Cross Country, J .V. Cross Country, J .V. Track.
ANTONIA F. LaMANNA
ETHELYN WHITAKER LAMBERT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Chem-
Y-Teens, F.T.A., Band, Girls' Glee Club.
LINDA ANN LANE
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Attendance, Bulletin Board
Costume, Thespians Off., Pep Sq.
LINDA A. LANGHERST
G.A.A., F.T.A., Attendance
PATRICIA MARIE LAQUINTA
Log, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Pep Sq.
DAVID H. LARRY
Honor Roll, Swimming, Decorating.
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Decorating, Pep Sq.
VIVIAN R. LEASURE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Y-Teens, Art, Bulletin Board, Medical
TODD H. LEUTHOLT
Lantern, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
ANN H. LEWIS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom OH., Y-Teens, F.N.A.,
Library, Medical Co-Chm., Pep Sq.
JOHN A. LINDERMAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., Intramural Sports.
LISA M. LINDSAY
Mounty, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Biology, F.H.A.
ROBERT E. LINDSAY
MARSHA ANN LIOON
Lantern, Log, G.A,A., Art, Bulletin Board, Medical.
SAMUEL A. LIVINGSTON
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Orchestra.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club, Y-Teens
Off., F.T.A., Chorus, Red Cross, Ways and Means.
RUTH ANN LORENZATO
Lantern, Mounty, G.A.A.
ROGER W. LORY
Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, In The Pink, The Fortune Teller,
My Sister Eileen, Physics.
ELIZABETH ANN LOUGHREN
G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Information, Library, Red Cross.
ARDETH V. LUCAS
Honor Roll, Homeroom OE., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.
HENRY W. LUEDY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Tennis, j.V. Football, Intramural
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Anne Gibson Ron Dobkin Nancy Sherbondy John Conner
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST SOPHISTICATED
Pat Weaver Dick Seamans Beth Breitenstein Jei White
PAULA ANN LUTTIG
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Publicity, Pep Sq.
THOMAS A. LYONS
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Swimming, Intramural Sports.
ROBERT E. MCCABE
Intramural Sports, Projection.
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
BRUCE M. MCCLINTOCK
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball, j.V. Basketball.
MICHAEL A. MCCOMBS
Homeroom Off., Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports
Orchestra, First Lady, Violinettes.
DANIEL L. MCCOWN
J.V. Cross Country, j.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria.
KENNETH C, MCDONOUGH
IVLARY SANDRA MCEACHRAN
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockette, F.N.A., Medical.
MARGARET LADD McELRAY
G.A.A., Chorus, F.H.A. Off.
MAUREEN F. MCFADDEN
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Leaders Club, Pep Sq.
DALE B. MCFEATTERS
Log, Homeroom Off., Track, J.V. Football, j.V. Track.
LARAINE E. MCGEENEY
RENA ANN MCGINNIS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Entertainment Bulletin, G.A.A., Y-Teens,
Attendance Co-Chm., Bulletin Board, Information, Library.
VINCENT J. MCKINLEY
Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Biology.
PRISCILLA ANN MCKISSOCK
ROSEMARY K. MCMANUS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Pep. Sq.
MARY LOUISE MAHON
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Information, Girls' Ushers.
MARGARET E. MANGOLD
JOSEPH R. MANNING
i Cross Country, Track, J.V. Football, j.V. Track, Intramural
SUZANNE E. MANOOGIAN
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Bulletin Board, Ways and Means.
Lantern, Log, Mounty, G.A.A., F.N.A., Decorating, Information,
Make-Up, Pep Sq.
RICHARD W. MARSHALL
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council Chm., Boys' Ushers
Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
WILLIAM C. MARSHALL
Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Intra-
Homeroom OH., Wrestling, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
ROBERT A. MARTIN
Intramural Sports, Band.
KAREN LORRAINE MASON
PHILLIP B. MATHEWSON
Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host.
JEFFREY F. MAUSHARDT
NANCY M. MAXSON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Honor
Award, Medical, Pep Sq.
ROBERT B. MAXWELL
Honor Roll, Gymnastics, Rifle, Intramural Sports, Chemistry,
LANA M. MAYBERRY
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band, Devotional,
KATHARYN HOPE MAYES
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens OH.,
Bulletin Board, Library.
BETH ANN MILLER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Orchestra,
Chorus, Triple Trio, In The Pink.
MARY PAULA MILLER
Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Library, Medical,
F.H.A., Pep Sq.
ROBIN ADELE MILLER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Band.
PETER V. MILLS
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
S. GREGG MINOR
Intramural Sports, Art.
JAMES C. MISKEVICS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, J.V. Basketball, Intra-
DONALD R. MONRAD
Homeroom Off., J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
Decorating, Boys' Ushers.
CAROLYN SUE MOORE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty Co-Ed., G.A.A., Orchestra,
Art, Devotional, Studio, Formal Concert.
CONSTANCE GAYLE MOORE
G.A.A., Y-Teens, Library.
WILLIAM R. MOORE
Honor Roll, Track Mgr., Debate, Parking, Boys' Ushers.
JOHN H. MORAN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Football, Intramural Sports,
F.T.A., Parking, Publicity, Boys' Ushers, Ways and Means.
JUDITH LYNN MORRIS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Chorus,
ALICE J. MORTON
DOUGLAS W. MUNS
Intramural Sports, Decorating.
EDWARD LEO MURPHY
MARGARET ANNE MUSSELMAN
G.A.A., Bulletin Board, Pep Sq.
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., Medical.
BECKY ANN T. MYTON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Band, Ways and Means.
JAMES STANLEY NALITZ
KATHARINE S. NEASE
Lantern Attendance, Checkroom.
MARJORIE LEAH NEGELE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens,
F.N.A., Attendance, Red Cross, Ways and Means Chm.
RICHARD J. NEHILLA
SHIRLEY ANN NEHRENBERG
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library, Girls' Ushers,
JEFFREY P. NEILL
Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice Pres., Homeroom Off.
Devotional Choir, Boys' Glee Club, First Lady, Devotional.
KAREN LEE NELSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A.
Quill and Scroll, Lantern Make-up Ed.
JANE THIRZA NICHOLSON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Ways and Means.
MICHAEL S. NICHOLSON
Intramural Sports, Chemistry.
PETER J. NICHOLSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., J.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
Projection, Boys' Usher.
PATRICIA ANN NICKLAS
Ways and Means.
RONALD A. NIEMAN
Honor Roll, Chess Capt., Physics, Projection.
FORREST WILLIAM NIEMI
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Band.
LOUISE JANE NOLAN
Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A., Attendance, Bulle-
tin Board, Pep Sq.
RICHARD J. NOLAN
CYNTHIA L. NORRIS
F.N.A., Chorus, Fortune Teller, Messiah, In The Pink, Infor-
JUDITH L. NORTHRUP
Honor Roll, Y-Teens, F.T.A., Ways and Means, Pep Sq.
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A.,
Studio, Pep Sq.
MARY ANN O'CONNOR
Lantern, G.A.A., F.N.A., Pep Sq., Bulletin Board.
CATHARTNE ANNE O'DEA
Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., First Lady, Library.
FREDERICK M. OHSOL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports, Projection,
WALTER A. OLSZEWSKI
Honor Roll, Wrestling, J.V. Football.
THOMAS G. OPFERMAN
ROBERT JOSEPH OTT
Activities Key, Student Court, Homeroom Off., Cross Country,
Wrestling, J.V. Track, Publicity, Chorus, Orchestra.
CAROLE ANN OVEREND
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Medical, Pep Sq.
LEE J. OWEN S
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., Golf Capt., In-
tramural Sports, Auditorium Planning.
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
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DAVID RICHARD PAULSEN
Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
MAINE E. PEACE
Intramural Sports, Decorating.
ROBERT LYNN PEACE
Wrestling, Intramural Sports, Band.
DAVID R. PERKINS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, J.V. Basket-
DONNA MARIE PETERS
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., Band, Pep Sq.,
JUDITH PARISH PETERSEN
Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Checkroom, Library, Lost
and Found, Pep Sq., French Club.
GERALDINE RAE PETERSON
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Chorus, Pep Sq.
ROBERT NATHANIEL PETERSON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Rifle, Intramural Sports.
HARRY A. PFENDLER
Intramural Sports, Band, Physics, Boys' Ushers.
DENNIS J. PHILLIPS
Advisory Council, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football,
LAWRENCE E. PICKHOLTZ
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports.
PENELOPE D. PLACE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Pep
JOHN K. PLANT
Baseball, Football, Gymnastics, Wrestling, J.V. Football, In-
JOHN BRADLEY PLUMMER
WILLIAM W. PLUMMER
Activities Key, Rifle, Public Address Chm., Thespians, Band.
LINDA JEAN POOLE
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., Girls' Gymnastics,
G.A.A., Y-Teens Off., Orchestra, Chorus, Girls' Glee Club.
KENNETH M. POTTER, JR.
Homeroom Off., Parking, Boys' Ushers.
L. JOHN POWELL
Swimming, Intramural Sports.
CYNTHIA M. PRICE
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders
Club, Band, Honor Award Chm.
JAMES WILLIAM PRICE
Log, Mounty, Art, Hospitality, Parking Chm., Boys' Ushers.
JOHN HERBERT PRINGLE
Homeroom Off., Cross Country Capt Track JV Cross
Country, J .V. Track, Intramural Sports
PATRICIA ANN PUKANIC
Library, Lost and Found.
ROBERT A. RAFFAELE
DAVID REED RAINES
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Cafeteria Host Boys Ushers
DIANE O. RAMSEY
Chorus, Triple Trio.
BONNIE ERICA RAYMOND
Honor Roll, Devilette Ed., Homeroom Off GAA YTeens
MARY LOU REED
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Y Teens FTA Check
RICHARD JOHN REED
Honor Roll, Mounty, Rifle, Devotional Ways and Means
RICHARD C.. REIZENSTEIN
Honor Roll, Chemistry, Boys' Ushers Asst Chm
DAVID CARROLL RENTON
J UDITH ANN REYNOLDS
Rifle, F.N.A., Girls' Crlee Club.
JUDITH A. REYNOLDS
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A.,
MAUREEN ANNE REYNOLDS
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.H.A., Bulletin Board Ways and
JOHN P. RHEN
Homeroom Off., Football, Wrestling, JV Football JV Track,
Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
DON CARTER RICHARD
MOYER MARIE RICHARDS
G.A.A., Range Rockette, F.N.A., Band
SALLY ANN RICKERT
Lantern, G.A.A., Attendance, Library.
JOHN MELVILLE RIDLON
Intramural Sports, Stage Crew.
SANDRA LEE RITTER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball JV Basketball
Intramural Sports, Band.
ARTHUR SCOTT RODGERS
JUDITH ANN ROESEMEIER
G.A.A., Range Rockette, Library.
Gymnastics, Swimming, Track.
PATRICIA A. RONCA
G.A.A., Attendance, Bulletin Board, Publicity.
JOHN H. RONEY
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
E. RICHARD ROSENBLATT
Cross Country, Track, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Band,
Red Cross, Debate.
LINDA ANN ROSKAM
Girls' Gymnastics, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
DAVID L. ROSS
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council, Intramural Sports,
Chorus, Devotional Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Devotional.
HELEN M. ROSS
Lantern, G.A.A., Bulletin Board.
FRANCIS D. ROUTH,JR.
Intramural Sports, Homeroom Off.
JOHN W. ROWLES
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, First Lady, Decorating.
DAVID W. ROYER
J.V. Cross Country, Intramural Sports.
HARVEY L. RUBEN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Sports, Orchestra, Physics, Boys' Ushers.
SHARON ESTHER RUBENSTEIN
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette,
Attendance, Decorating, Pep Sq.
Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, F.N.A.,
RALPH L. RUNGER,JR.
RICHARD S. RUST
DENNIS JAY SANDER
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Golf, Swim-
ming, Boys' Glee Club, Properties, Thespians.
NANCY L. SANDER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Orchestra,
Chemistry, Devotional, Ways and Means.
MARLYN REE SANDHAUS
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Chemistry, Information, Debate, Pep Sq.
LINDA LEE SANDRIDGE Aj? KIA!
Honor Roll, Lanter G .A., F.T.A.yBuI1etin Bo Cafeteria
Hostess, Informa edical.x
STEPHEN H. S E ,
Cross Country, ck, I tr p ,
DOROTHE ' SA ER 'L
Orchestr Library, 'al, Sq orary ber Qf
S C o V ty, rst y.
ROBERT J. SCHAEFERS
Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Publicity. fi
G. ELIZABETH SCHAFER
G.A.A., Library Co-Chm., Girls' Ushers, Pep Sq.
C. JEANNE SCHARP f 6
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Orchestra.
M. ELAINE SCHNEIDER
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Leaders Club,
Decorating Co-Chm., Information, Library, Medical.
EMIL ANTHONY SCHOEDEL
CARL STEPHEN SCHOEN
J.V. Football, Intramural Sports, Parking.
VIRGINIA M. SCHROEDER
G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.H.A.
CAROL ANN SCHUEMANN
Honor Roll, Student Guidance Council.
LINDA R. SCHUGAR
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, F.T.A.,
Orchestra, Studio, Red Cross.
CARL E. SCHWARTZ
PEGGY MAE SCHWARTZ
Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A. Off., First
Lady, Medical, Girls' Ushers.
RICHARD A. SCHWARZ
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Physics.
JEAN CLAIRE SCOTT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens Off.,
F.T.A., Medical, Red Cross, Pep Sq.
RICHARD CHANDLER SEAMANS
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll,
Student Congress Pres., Football, Swimming, Boys' Glee
Club, Scholastic, Studio.
JOHN R. SEFTON
ROBERTA SUE SEGALL
Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., In The Pink, Informa-
JUDITH ANN SEIDEL
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Lantern Co-Ed., Log, Homeroom
OH., G.A.A., Leaders Club Off., Information, Medical.
MARIE T. SELLGER
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A.
ROBERT D. SEYMOUR
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Track Co-Capt., J.V. Cross
Country, J.V. Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Dec-
TERRY SUE SHAFF ER
Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A., F.T.A. OH., Biology Co-Chm., Girls'
MADELAINE GRACE SHAW
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Biology Co-Chm., Girls'
NANCY L. SHERBONDY
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., In The Pink,
Attendance, Checkroom, Decorating, Honor Award.
Honor Roll, J.V. Football, j.V. Track, Intramural Sports,
Boys' Glee Club, Physics.
JUDITH ANN SHERRATT
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A., Med-
WILLIAM E. SHIELDS
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, Football, J.V. Basket-
ball, J.V. Football. '
ROBERT L. SHIFFLER
HERBERT MURRAY SHORT NJ
Honor Roll, Mounty Co-Ed., Home Qm , Boys G e u ,
Art ohm., Chemistry, Physicerh U'
KAREN LYNN SHRUM MSS
1 y 1 - - 3
Rockette F N A Medical
ERMO A. SICHER
Honor Roll Lantern A oom ff ,
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Riie, Intraxnural Sport ,
WILLIAM H. srcKELs ,Q
Cross Country Co-Capt., Track Co-Capt., J. . Cross Country,
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Boys' Ushers.
G. RONALD SIMON
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Intramural
Gymnastics, Rifle, J. V. Track, Projection.
Lantern, Cafeteria Hostess.
L. EDWARD SKENDER
Honor Roll, Rifle, Boys, Glee Club, Chemistry, Debate.
CAROL ANN SMITH
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Medical, Pep Sq.
Activities Key, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens,
F.T.A., Library, Ways and Means, F.H.A.
JOHN J. SMITH
Basketball, Football, Intramural Sports.
LORETTA ANNE SMITH
Honor Roll, Mounty, Homeroom OH., G.A.A., Art, Pep Sq.
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Leaders Club, Y-Teens Off.,
F.T.A., Attendance, Devotional.
STEVEN B. SOHRAUER
ROBERT W. SONOGA
MARY A. SORIANO
Lantern, G.A.A., F.T.A., Decorating, Information, Medical,
HOWARD L. SPHAR
Track, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports.
JOHN P. SPICUZZA
Honor Roll, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
DAVID S. STARK
Honor Roll, Football, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Boys
MICHAEL RICHARD STARKS
Intramural Sports, Chemistry.
JOAN BETH STEIN
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.T.A., First Lady, Attendance Chm.,
Thespians, Pep Sq.
JOAN STEPHANIE STEPHENS
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.N.A. Off., Library, Medical Chm.,
Red Cross, Pep Sq.
WILLIAM C. STERNER
Football, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports.
ANN ELIZABETH STEVENSON
Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Library, Girls' Ushers,
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Bulletin
"Board, Checkroom, Make-up.
HARRY EDWARD STEWART
, J.V:,?I'rack, Intramural Sports.
ROBERT L. STEWART
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Baseball, Basketball, Football,
J.V. Basketball, J.Vi Football.
MARY M. STTLLI
G.A.A., Leaders Club, F.N.A., Band.
BARBARA LOUISE STREAMS
Honor Roll, Devilette Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Band
CATHERINE LOUISE STREINE
Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., F.N.A., Make-up, Medical,
Thespians, Pep Sq.
BARRY W. SULLIVAN
Honor Roll, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Traffic.
ROBERT JOHN SULLIVAN
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sports.
JANET ANN SURBECK
Honor Roll, Log Circulation Mgr., G.A.A., Y-Teens OH.,
F.T.A., Achievement, Library.
SALLY ANNE SWAN
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Cheerleader, F.T.A., Attendance.
WILLIAM VAN SWEARINGEN
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Swimming, First Lady, Studio,
JAMES BYRON TABOR
Cross Country, Track, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intra-
mural Sports, In The Pink, First Lady.
LEONARD BENSON TAYLOR
NANCY LEE TAYLOR
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., F.H.A., Chorus, Devotional Choir,
Honor Award, Information, Pep Sq., Red Cross.
ROBERT L. TAYLOR
Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll,
Log Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., Band, Auditorium Planning, Hos-
MARY KAY THOMPSON
Devilette Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette,
F.T.A., Decorating, Information, Library.
PATRICIA A. THOMPSON
Honor Roll, Lantern, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Attendance,
Library, Red Cross.
Intramural Sports, Band.
TIMOTHY W. TILLYER
Baseball, Football, Intramural Sports, Physics.
SUSAN GAE TODD
Honor Roll, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range
THOMAS M. TOLER
J.V. Track, First Lady, Homeroom Off.
RANDI LU TOMB
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Ways and Means.
GWENDOLYN ANN TURNER
Log, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Y-Teens.
BARBARA LARAINE TUSSEY
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.T.A.
ROBERT N. TUTTQ JR.
Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, In the Pink.
JANET E. TUTTLE
Lantern, Homeroom Off., Library, Pep Sq.
FREDERICK W. TWICHELL
JOHN RONALD UNGER
Honor Roll, Rifle, Intramural Sports, Physics.
Honor Roll, G.A.A., Information, Red Cross, Pep Sq.
WILLIAM H. VENSEL
J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Band, Biology.
HAROLD R. VOGEL
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Basketball, Football, Track, J.V.
DOROTHY A. VUILLEMOT
RONALD WILLIAM WAGNER
Homeroom Off., Intramural Sportsl
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.T.A., Information.
WILLIAM R. WALKER
Tennis, Intramural Sports, Boys' Intramural Athletic Council.
CARL F. WARNES
Swimming, Decorating, Stage Crew.
BARBARA LEE WATCHORN
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Leaders Club,
Range Rockette, My Sister Eileen, Mrs. McThing, Make-up,
GRAHAM A. WEAVER
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Band.
PATRICIA ANN WEAVER
Advisory Council, Activities Key and Guard, Quill and Scroll,
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log Co-Ed., Homeroom Off., Bulletin
MARY WHITNEY WEISIGER
Advisory Council, Activities Key, Honor Roll, Mounty,
Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Medical, Scholastic Chm., Pep Sq.
MARY ANN WELCH
Lantern, G.A.A., F.N.A., Medical, Girls' Ushers.
LEE J. WELLS
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Congress Vice Pres.,
Homeroom Off., Baseball, Football, Wrestling, Intramural
RICHARD H. WENDLING
Honor Roll, Swimming.
PATRICIA K. WENSEL
Rifle, G.A.A., Y-Teens.
MICHAEL R. WERNER
Honor Roll, Intramural Sports, Parking.
PATRICIA JOY WERTZ
Honor Roll, Mounty, Rifle, G.A.A., Chorus, Triple Trio,
BURTON C. WEST
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Student Congress Pres., Home-
room Off., Swimming, J.V. Cross Country, J.V. Track, Intra-
mural Sports, Orchestra.
CHARLES J. WHARTON
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Swimming, Intramural Sports,
GEORGE JEFFREY WHITE
Honor Roll, Homeroom Off., Football, Track, Wrestling,
Honor R5Il, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Checkroom, Decorating,
SUSAN A. WHITE
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Log Classes
Ed., Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Range Rockette, Orchestra, Bulle-
MARY ANN WIEDT
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, Entertainment Bulletin., G.A.A.,
Bulletin Board, Library, Red Cross.
TEKLA JANE WIEHN
Honor Roll, G.A.A., F.N.A., Checkroom, Cafeteria Hostess,
FRANCIS JAMES WIGET
Intramural Sports, Hospitality, Boys' Ushers.
NANCY JOANNE WILDER
Activities Key, Homeroom Off., G.A.A., Majorette, Y-Teens,
F.T.A., Honor Award, Medical.
DIANE J. WILLIAMS
Lantern, G.A.A., Range Rockette, Art, Information.
FLORENCE S. WILLIAMS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Homeroom Off., G.A.A. Y-Teens, F.N.A.,
Attendance, Devotional Chm, Pep Sq.
GLENN L. WILLIAMS
Homeroom Off., Gymnastics, Wrestling, Intramural Sports.
Lantern, Log, Mounty, Homeroom Off., Rifle, G.A.A., Lea-
ders Club, F.T.A., Band.
JOAN K. VVILLIAIVIS
G.A.A. Information, Girl's Ushers, F.H.A. Off.
SANDRA JEAN WILLIAMS
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log, G.A.A., F.N.A., First Lady, Pep
Sq., Homeroom Off.
DONALD S. WILLIS
Intramural Sports, Parking.
GEORGE W. WILMOT
GEORGE R. WINTERS
Activities Key, Honor Roll, Log, Homeroom Off., Football
Mgr., Track Mgr., Boys' Intramural Athletic Council.
ANNE LOUISE WITMAN
Activities Key and Guard, Honor Roll, Lantern, Entertaini-
ment Bulletin Co-Ed., Chorus, 'Triple Trio, Honor Award,
CORDELLA LYTTON WITT
Chorus, Triple Trio.
ALFRED B. WOLFERS
Lantern, Gymnastics, Swimming, Band, Devotional Choir,
Boys' Glee Club.
JAMES W. WOLFF
BEVERLY CAROL WOOD
Honor Roll, Lantern, Log Literary Ed., Mounty Co-Ed., En-
tertainment Bulletin, Homeroom OH., G.A.A., Y-Teens, First
PATRICIA L. WURSTER
Honor Roll, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, Devotional, French Club,
DARLEEN ANDREE YEAGER
Lantern, Log, G.A.A., Y-Teens, F.T.A., Orchestra, Girl's
J. KENNETH YECKLEY
Homeroom OH., Football, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports,
KATHERINE ANN YOUNG
Honor Roll, Student Congress Sec., Homeroom Off., G.A.A.,
Y-Teens OH., F.T.A. Off., Medical, Red Cross.
F.T,A., F .H.A.
EDWIN A. ZEHFUSS
Lantern, Football Statistics, J.V. Basketball, Intramural Sports,
JUDITH F. ZIONTS
F.N.A., Library, Medical.
J.V. Basketball, J.V. Football, Intramural Sports,
These members of the Class of '59 were unable to have
their Senior pictures taken: Thomas Adair, Carolyn
McConnell, Thomas Stevens, and Jack Babcock.
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BUILDING AND ANTICIPATING
These are the heirs apparent of Mt. Lebanon
High School-With their senior year looming
before them, the juniors strove to prepare them-
selves and to establish an impressive record.
They studied gas laws and Sandburg, quadratics
and the Revolutionary War. They sang with
spirit, wrote with inspiration, and worked with
furor. A modern poem, a French assignment, a
basketball game, and a piece of pizza rounded
out the day of the average junior. Their pride
in Mt. Lebanon High School was reflected as
they replanted the school gardens, turned out
1 1-2-Mr. Whipkey
Iv"W 1: Mary Ann Douglas, Carroll
withs, Elizabeth Thuransky, Karen
Q on, Carol Marton, Susan Baker,
ebrecht, Kathy Gue. ROW 2:
'1rner, Ann McMillan, Regina
Q .', Marilyn Fischer, Pat Griffith,
A luapp, Gail Rost, Janice Zivic,
Z,'.,e Wfarrler. ROW 3: Terry Bride,
Inili'-ieaw er, james Taylor, Harry Rich-
,ef,'i'.'a:rf iaieck, Norman Karsten, Dick
Hr:v,.er, Hetz Marsh, Jim Reeves, Bob
Ht, Vince lorrigan. ROW 4: Jock
Fred .i.'.ay, Jim Straub, William
Ra f enedella, Russ Connelly,
Ecfoedef, bred Siyufy, Carol Maur-
full force at all varsity and junior varsity games,
and helped make Christmas for twelve needy
families. They contributed hard-working mem-
bers to the squads and committees, to the staffs
of Mt. Lebo's publications, and to the service
Their willingness to work and the lessons
they have learned will stand them in good stead
when one day they lind themselves the oldest
members of the school, leaders of the other
classes. The heirs apparent of 1959 will have
become the Seniors of 1960.
Lane, Jay Windfelder.
ROW 1: Sue Snyder, Sharon Tazza Pat
Clark, Lynne Saupe, Joan Booz Karen
Mansrnann, Jane Pensom, Adele Hauser,
Peggy Theis. ROW 2: Claribel Rea
Sonja Smith, Sue Harris, Peggy Gordon
Irene Gates, Heather McDonough Jan
Hall, Judy Dickinson, Linda Tanner Pat
Worst. ROW 3: Fred Eassa Charles
Burns, Frank Lenard, Bob Bigley Jeff
Wicken, Jay Youngling, Jim Watters
ROW 4: Art Rohrs, Jeri Rinehart Tom
Smith, Don May, Gary Close Jim Mc
ROW 1: Marilee Tiberio, Pat Davis, Judy
Trimble, Sherill Rines, Donna Burns,
Nella Winslow, Sally Parker, Carol Zepp.
ROW 2: Lana Hough, Mary Coleman,
Diana Helm, Pat Mack, Judy Smith, Deb-
bie Weldon, Lynne Helfrich, Mildred
Holmquist. ROW 3: Mike Flamer, John
Van Gelder, Arthur Algeo, Bill Robinson,
Bill Bayers, Dave Karlson, Scott Wallace,
Eddie Metting. ROW 4: Jeff Schilet, Dee
Hicks, Jim Hodder, Ralph Moffitt, Tom
Delisi, Dick Walker, Tom Swigart, Ron
Haffner, Ron Spiegel.
ROW l: Mary Cardamone, Jane Wil-
liams, Karen Cunniff, Jane Dormer, Marty
Frame, Marie Henninger, Marisue Snaith,
Karen Kragnes. ROW 2: Brenda Pike,
Iris Busch, Jane Baker, Barbara Bacon,
Joan Robinson, Karin Gemassmer, Judy
Helsel, Nancy Garis. ROW 3: Dennis
Deal, Jeff Rash, Dave Ginder, Bill Loh-
rentz, Bill Lewis, Earl Schreck, Paul Han-
kin. ROW 4: George Walther, Les Simp-
son, Dick Burger, Kim Powell, Bill
Fussner, Chet Meyers, Jim Kling, Stu
Segal, Frank Binek.
ROW l: Lucia Cicchino, Pat Uhlinger,
Rhea Rose, Phyliss Russell, Sherrie
Dobbs, Joey Guy, Sue Heeter, Sylvia
May, Joyce Schnars. ROW 2: Judy Hert-
zog, Nancy Prince, Carolyn Burrows, Ma 'y
Coltman, Barbara Fortunes, Kathy Keefe.,
Jean Lucas, Elaine Sowko, Eva Folder
Barbara Neff. ROW 3: Bill Slxallcios,
Fred Feigenbaum, Dick King, Phi' ' 1 '
court, Jack Leonard, Harry Babcock
Brunn, Bonnie Baier. ROW 4: Ed 1
Dick Newbold, Chuck Richesoz , t
Breinig, Murray Bayer, Ken Hem, Ju
Kessler, Jim Flinn.
ROW 1: Marcia Evans, Sue Brunk, Prissy
Munn, Donna Smith, Ruth Ann Ensley,
Arlene Jones, Janet Patterson. ROW 2:
Barbara Neill, Betsy Barrick, Joyce Ha-
gan, Carole Conlin, Gay Hugo, Nancy
Rhoades, Dorothy Buchhagen, Carolyn
Gibson. ROW 3: Ronald Dahlquist, Ben
Crawford, Jim Sayre, Roger Arndt, Roger
Blair, Charles Fishburn, Bob Faircloth,
Bob Kaltaler. ROW 4: Brad Penney, Jim
Slocum, George Brown, Bob Kapp, Bill
Cover, Bob Henderson, Les Brown.
ROW 1: Diane Rech, Terry Koerner,
Sally Evers, Donna Wangeman, Judiana
Morander, Nancy Kealing, Gayle Reed,
Ellen Major, Carolyn Stoke. ROW 2:
Lois Heikkila, Patty Powers, Marty Pat-
terson, Sue Carman, Sue Hofmann, Gwen
M3 v1,"'.1t, Ellen Sedlak, Heather Hyde, Tom-
Walker, Cookie Shumaker. ROW 3:
il,Linda Booth, Lloyd Swartz, John Kozrna,
kids Crissman, Jim Blum, Scott Ward,
Akgqb Scott, Lois Hasley. ROW 4: Miles
W' ' H lienrath, Bob Mamula, Bill Berg, Eddie
. I haels, Jim Stevenson, Jon Erder, Bob
4 'L V 66
1 1-7-Mr. Raines
ROW 1: Susie Endean, Barbara Lus
Nancy Ackenheil, Paula Holl, Ann
Janet Richards, Ann Sollenberger. ROY
2: Dorothy McClain, Holly Ricke, Carl
Crane, Joan Smith, Jayne Friesel,
Nielsen, Bonnie Nelson, Nancy Va
Gundy. ROW 3: Alan Herrington, Ca
Von Ende, Jeff Neill, Bob Walker, Ro
Henderson, Joe Boyd, Tom Rockwool
Dick Headley. ROW 4: Jim Dunbar, To:
Huhn, John Duff, John Edwards, Vim
Matthews, Carl Yeager, Dick Kitc
, 11-10--Miss Roegge
ZOW 1: Virginia Dau, Sue Foster, Anne
xlelson, Cindy Stroyd, Susie Schar, Ros-
lyn Rhone, jo Ann Witherspoon. ROW
iz Sandy Green, Nancy Brannon, Laurie
P-Iolbrook, Sue Crouch, Lorie Getz, Cindy
Irasinski, Sandy Hoecker, Mary Ellen
Jorseen. ROW 3: Carol Lohman, Martha
Eenson, Lin McCain, Doug Werlinich,
'ack Gilbert, Bill Price, Carolyn Tweedie,
Ialerie Carr. ROW 4: George Kowallis,
llike Lavine, Gordon Campbell, Bill Men-
lel, Ed Stone, Fred Wilson, Fred Volk-
ROW 1: Marcia Dilling, Nanette Miler,
Carol Schindehette, Donna Seymour,
Candy Cook, Bonnie Craig, jean Babb,
Nancy Zahniser, Ruth Monsch. ROW 2:
Susan Senz, Gerry Narky, Sue Boester,
Donna Morgans, Barb Scott, Nancy
Doege, Marty Masterson, Joan Samuels,
Cathy Cassidy, Jane Anderson. ROW 3:
Ed Cole, George Wolfhard, Bill Ellis, Stu
Herrington, Duane Hemming, Jay Mor-
gan, Rob Potts. ROW 4: Jim Heselbarth,
Dick Hoyt, Bill Ringham, Don Hunter,
Ed Meyer, John Delo, Bruce McClaren.
ROW 1: Kathy Williams, Sandy Burr,
Vicki Gribschaw, Betsy Lynch, Carolyn
Tamplin, Holly Wery, Carol Reilly: ROV!
2: Sue Peckham, Ronnie Johnsen, Sally
Warren, Lois Madducks, Gail Gov' 1
Pat Quaid, Sally Dickson, Judy I 1
Mary Schreiber. ROW 3: Jini,.Harnil1.u,f.
Randy Putman, Rick Berg, Dgvetfifullidti,
Al Rirner, Mike Winterro Y QR .,+.4.
Jon Young, Scott Henderson,'- ill
Dave Wyles, Rick Collins.
ROW 1: Cindy Bradley, Miriam Buck-
ingham, Lucy Dasher, Barbara Richards,
Jean Wasser, Elizabeth Spring, Diana
I-Iarwick, Karen Braddock. ROW 2: Patti
Grant, Karen Estes, Barbara Bock, June
Anderson, Cindy Brown, Lynn Lewis,
Corrinne Reason, Janet Clarkson, Joan
Haviland, ROW 3: Curt Zellers, Chuck
Teller, Ed Birdy, Bob Mace, Dan Owens,
Jim Niemi, Dick Robinson, Bill Rehm,
Dan Hovorka, Reed Sisson. ROW 4:
Roger Ebert, Stu Levy, Dave Weaver,
Dave Eaton, john Mather, Stu McMinn,
Larry Phillips, Dave Miles.
RCMN 1: Betsy Mohl, Laurie Rowles,
Tanis Beachler, Ginny Holmes, Barbara
'1-Bmtian, Mary Breitenstein, Bonnie Arm-
strong. ROW 2: Melba Weeks, Corinne
Iviill: Mary Ann Higgins, Betty Gier-
ig- 4, Diane Molnar, Judy Allen, Judy
Qejrlff na. ROW 3: Warren Fisher, Jeff
Bri, zlon, Charles Hafer, Bill McLaugh-
liin, Bruce Schein, Jim Oelschlager, Eason
Chapman, Herb O'Dell, Jeff Cousins, Bob
Sharrow, Don Thompson, ROW 4: Bob
Webber, Tom Lindsay, Jack Borgerding,
g,Denr is Samek, Jim Iams, Jim Russell,
Irwin Browarsky, Eric Mantle, Jim Evans,
11-13-Mrs. Orr '
ROW 1: Jerry Delisi, Carol Colettq
Frances Racculia, Joan English, Kar
Kuechenmeister, Lee McNair, Sherj
Gealy, Michael Kunic, Janet Scharl
ROW 2: Kathy Harris, June Mohle
Carol Dierker, Virginia Bright, Lesli
McCulla, Alice Mollenauer, Janet Ande
son, Barbara Sellger, Phyllis Barsoi
ROW 3: Chuck Tillson, Dave Couch, Set
Melhado, Dan Hovorka, Gil McNeisl
Stu Schurr, Bob Henderson, Rick Bea:
ley. ROW 4: Len Goodman, Bob Camy
bell, Steve Raymond, Bob English, Crai
Pozzi, Tom Gamble, Dick Deemer.
ROW 1: Nancy Herron, Mary McCaslin,
Lucy Coletta, Carole Menne, Ruth Weller,
Barb Brennan, Irene Goldsmith, Jackie
Hersh, Pam Rupp. ROW 2: Mimi Lon-
nett, Barb Brubach, Pat Bies, Linda Nich-
olas, June Starkey, Pat Ellison, Betty
Rothfus, Claren Brooks, Sandy Martin.
ROW 3: Connie Anderson, Anne Dieffen-
bach, Paul Bell, George Zaimes, Bill
Mehaffey, John White, Tom England,
Mary Head, Peggy Colvin. ROW 4: Ken
Linge, Gary Robinson, Jon Garaux, Gary
Templin, Ed Stern, Tom Miller, Dave
Olsen, Bob Webster.
Ll-t 1 -Lil' 57' .H I-
ROW 1: Nancy Cummins, Gretchen
Sigler, Arlene Roscoe, Lynn Kimmel,
Edith Belaver, Carolyn Meury. ROW 2:
Mary Schultz, Nancy Hilsinger, Penny
Searles, Myra Campbell, Ronnie Mullin,
Joan Anderson, Carole Beebe, Diane
Dozer. ROW 3: Don MacKay, Bob
Manuel, Ed Hoag, Mouncey Ferguson,
Tom Housekeeper, Don McIntyre, ROW
4: Don Cameron, George Eynon, Bill
Benz, Doug Montgomery.
Juniors Missing from Homeroom PY-
tures: Ralph Kolin, Boyce R-..d,
Wesley Bennett, Gayle Simon, Bill
STRIVING AND ATTAINING
Effervescent is the proper adjective for most
sophomores at Mt. Lebanon High School. Each
of them brought energy and interest to his aca-
demic and social life. He joined with his class-
mates in singing '61's class song, he mastered
geometric theorems and learned the characteris-
tics of certain leaves, he danced at the Stardust,
where the queen was one of his classmates, he
shouted with gusto at basketball games.
The sophomores produced several varsity
football players, contributed to the Rockettes
and Majorettes, and added to their list of scho-
lastic achievements. Each of them made remark-
able individual progress of which he was proud,
because through it, he had contributed to the
overall progress of the Class of '61.
Davidson, Trip Evans.
ROW 1: Diane Forman, Kay Keller, Joan
Hillgrove, Sandy Oates, Joyce Quimby,
Linda Peck, Kathy Schwarz, Linda Holtz,
Pat Robinson. ROW 2: Joy Scheck, Bar-
bara Harris, Verne Farmilo, Diane Koer-
ner, Nancy Naismith, Jean Benson, Mary
Ellen Dailey, Barbara Brown, Ginger Bru-
bach. ROW 3: Malcolm Love, Cam Spen-
cer, Dave Johnston, Jim Offutt, Bill Mas-
sey, Francis Ortale, Larry Wagner. ROW
4: Randy Miller, John Campbell, Jim
Hill, Dave Johns, Scott Kenning, Steve
ROW 1: Sue Norseen, Jill Hagan Ma
lene Singer, Katie OlMeara, Joan Bird
Deanne Kustus, Andrea Ruben Sal
Myton, Donna McCauley. ROW
Carolyn Moore, Didra Paulus Beth Cu
ningham, Wini Watson, Maribeth Engl
hart, Margaret Black, Vicki Zuck Barbai
Hutter, Sharon Ham, Nancy Nueri
berg. ROW 3: Jack Saxer, Jim Cowa
Jerry Spears, Ken Maxson, John Vaugh
John Crissman, Jack Love, Allen Cam,
bell. ROW 4: Alan Mandel Nell M
cuson, Jim Kaley, Phil Dorrance Ran
Martin, Truman Flowers, Bill Rapp Ji
04 Mr Mehner
ROW 1 Carolyn Crook Carolanne
Kearns Pat Babish Kit Irwin Dana
Smith Sandra Kauper Diane Daugherty
Marsha Mock. ROW 2: Debbie White
Rona Mustin Maryann Hippert Remola
Humphryes Day Bruckart Sally Eaches
Audry Camp Mary Ann Galluze Leona
Dupree. ROW 3: Bill Lane, Ken Holtz,
Herb Jones, jeffrey Hubrig, jeff Randall,
ROW 1: Roberta Morse, Wendy Wepp-
ner, Marsh White, Diane Wickham, War-
della Wolford, Doris Jacobson, Gretchen
Albrecht, Marilyn Bumer. ROW 2: Mary
Shannon, Vivien Bolton, Lynda Pfendler,
Nancy Humphreys, Kathy Leland, Bar-
bara Harshbarger, jo Henning, Mary
Ellen Houston, Carol Phinney. ROW 3:
Jan Wunderlich, Bob Crofford, Andy
Alex, Rodney Rankin, Gary Wiant, David
Arth. ROW 4: Bruce Fletcher, Lynn
Foltz, Jack Meyer, Bill Carnell, Corky
John Hill. ROW 4: Gordon Seybold, Paul
Sorandos, Jack Bullock, Morley Allen,
Stephen Michaels, John Wright.
ROW 1: Pat Grosso, Alice Keim, Barba.:
Miller, Carla Mueller, Jean Kernal-1 5,
juliane Hering, Susan Arburn, Carol Car-
roll. ROW 2: Judy Hall, Marie Rolls,
Laura Sefton, Lynne VanTries, Carolyn
Obey, Carolyn Eck, Carol Wimmer,
Marilyn Reynolds. ROW 3: Earl Weaver,
Dale Drost, Bill Reeves, Bob Carroll, Dal-
ton Schnack, Bob Wilcox, Melvyn Klein,
Jay Livingston, Joe Hutchinson. ROW 42
Jim Vogel, Jack johnson, David Wray,
Ed Harper, Byron Henning, Tom Tischer,
james Hoff, Bill Wicker.
ROW 1: Barbara Russell, Sandy Dash-
iell, Caddy Durkin, Nancy Brunk, Bonnie
Hoskins, Barbara LaRosa, Carolyn Yar-
ger, Margaret Griffiths, Carolyn Perris.
ROW 2: Kay Vanderbeck, Diane Krueger,
Sue Sims, Georgia Fodor, Phyllis Hardt-
mayer, Mary Hart, Lynne Davis, Sharon
Shoemaker, Judy Driscoll, Bonnie Wilson,
Regan Hall. ROW 3: Skip McGrew,
David Guy, Hank Wuister, John Shields,
Warren Lory, Dick Esposito, Frank Bat-
taglia. ROW 4: Mike Lebo, Jay Jones,
Bob Winsmore, Edward Troy, Mark Wise,
Mike Sunner, Bob Horsewell, Bill Dickie.
W 'XV 1: Susan Gardner, Janice Pike,
Parbara Gehring, Sheila Lynott, Mimi
Mayers, Carole Preset, Sondra Staskey.
ROW 2: Virginia Edgington, Barbara
D Jilessandro, Judy Greene, Linda Menke,
Sally Dispennett, Eleanor Swartz, Betsey
Corwin, Diane Kraetsch. ROW 3: Rick
Wright, David Roberts, Bill Vogel, John
Stevens, Bill Sakrnar, Skip Wenger, Jeff-
rey Minno, Peter Morrison. ROW 4: Bill
Warner, Larry Brown, Bob Nelson, Knut
Johnsen, John O'Connor, Michael Melvin,
Row 1: Harriett Weinberg, Pat Ahearn,
Marilyn Miller, Pat Sabo, Cathy Smith,
Barbara Cooley, Linda Gogley, Patti Mil-
ler, Leslie Runger, Joan Gerhold. ROW
2: Margaret Hewitt, Gayle Van Sant,
Susie Hoose, Margie Luxbacher, Mollie
Glennan, Sherry Courter, Rosemary Wer-
ner, Leslie Kerber, Donna Vorhees. ROW
3: Dave Bock, Bob Squiller, Bob Garvey,
Barry Bishop, Rick Tracy, Bill Tourney,
Bill Hertel, Jay Friske, Geoff Steele.
ROW 4: Vincent Tarny, Bill Weaver, Bob
Sedlachek, Bill McCrea, Ron Marguglio,
10- 1 1--Miss Rightmire
I 10-10-Mr. Walker
ROW 1: Kay Garrett, Donna RI-loades,
Darla Thompson, Betsy Mulliken, Judy
Hubbell, Suzanne Stafford, Charlotte Tim-
mons. ROW 2: Nancy Jo Cotton, Marcia
Roscoe, Margo Plant, Claudia Miller, Joan
Norton, jane Crawford, Sheron Rock,
Alice Schade. ROW 3: Helen Reichl, Ann
Hoerneman, David McRitchie, Rod Burns,
John Weisiger, Alex Lamont, Tim Lukens,
Eleanor Carpenter, Beverly Ritenour.
ROW 4: Bill Hecht, Bill Coho, Ken Uri-
ger, Don Benson, Howie Smith, Dan Cole,
Bob Wetmore, Charles Major.
M A Ml.. IIIIILHL Lillmlll
ROW 1: Betsey Lindsay, Debbie Evens,
Ruth Summers, Judy Stermer, Judy
Achodski, Edna Smail, Nancy Keegan,
Ardeth Tennyson. ROW 2: Carol Chap-
man, Susan Graf, Patty Hasley, Ginny
Tweedie, Kay Summers, Barbara Muros,
Susan Sherman, Barbara Doolan, Suz-
anne Johnston. ROW 3: Carol Barnhart,
David Griffith, Andy Muns, john Stobie,
Jack Howe, Jacque Minnotte, Dave Davis,
Emmy Lou Weaver. ROW 4: Bruce
Thomson, Don Turnquist, Kenny New-
hams, Tom Trewin, john Burnham, Larry
ROW 1: Anne Goulding, Lola Christian: ,
Karen Reichard, Diane White, Ann Noe.,
Letty Wilson, Janet Albert, Helen Nowak.
ROW 2: Mary Beth Henderson, Ann
Linsay, Sally Horsman, Betty Ridingc:
Kathleen Schiffhauer, Majorie Ralfh,
Carolyn Ede, Barbara Mehaffey, Linda
Brodmerkel. ROW 3: Richard Robin-
son, Robert Roth, Dick Ray, Eddie Da-
vidson, Glenn Wells, Bob Clinedinst,
Lorry Hathaway. ROW 4: Bob Fritz,
Dave Steenbrink, George Donaldson, Tim
McNeely, Ditmar Straub,
10- 12-Miss Nesbitt
ROW 1: Dana Simpson, Jeanne Auber-
tine, Bonnie Kasun, Diana Driscoll, Mimi
Gambs, Alice Aston, Gail Arapian, Diane
Kessler, Sharon Shuttleworth. ROW 2:
Annie McWilliams, Leslie Wilmot, Linda
Dehne, Sandy Otto, Margaret VanDusen,
Jane Lee Kropf, Sue Marrs, Audrey Mc-
Afoos, Nancy Lattimer. ROW 3: Diane
Kessler, John Richards, John Welch,
James Caldwell, Fred Schwartz, Roger
Debenham, John Harper. ROW 4: John
Rodgers, Bob Cope, Joseph Cheesbrough,
David Minnotte, Jack Heron.
.F:fUV.2' 1: Mary Ann Jones, Rita Fisher,
?':-grid Larson, Elaine Boraten, Jane Book-
lstaver, Linda Hutchinson, Arlene Acklin,
Terry Posquarelli, Roberta Bentz. ROW
2: Jean Davison, Marilyn Johnson, Esh-
. ley Edgar, Pat Jones, Barbara Fieder,
Gladys Fink, Susie Becker, Ellen Phillips,
1 Nancy Morris, Nancy Skarada. ROW 3:
Dave Peck, Don Bane, Fred Denkhaus,
Chuck Garland, Don Jordano, Robert
Breen, Al Fulton. ROW 4: Robby Davi-
son, Don Raines, David Tomb, John
Read, Don Kredel, Larry Bloomer.
ROW 1: Pam Francis, Julia Richards,
Debbie Brower, Helen Rovegno, Kathy
Winterhalter, Marilyn Dupree, Dianna
Kulik, Joan Brooks, Geraldine Hood, San-
dra Rodgers. ROW 2: Judy Ayers, Bonnie
Aupperle, Mary Redding, Judy Bender,
Lee Shappacher, Audrey Murray, Geor-
gann Burch, Nancy Degnan, Betty Lou
Pope, Mary Ellen Skinner. ROW 3: Jim
Hill, Robert Robinson, Roy Gilliland,
Michael Seaver, Gary Keller, Kirk Pont-
litz, Dennis Larry, Jack Ketchum, Carl
Cronk. ROW 4: Chuck Templeton, Rich-
ard Davis, Thurman Eckfeld, Frank
Speicher, Peter Dyer.
ROW 1: Martha Fox, Peggy Hynes, Julia
Grummer, Melodie Campbell, Kathleen
Wilkes, Karol Keller, Linda Grove, Mary
Jane Edwards, Lynn Boester. ROW 2:
Sue Barnhart, Barbara Blansett, Nancy
Bodnar, Paula McFadden, Diane Lupean,
Jeanne Ketchum, Judy Baer, Gretchen
Brown, Sue Dittmar. ROW 3: Ron
Downey, David Davison, Jay Cheney,
Doug Vensel, Bill Wurzbach, John Cor-
rigan, Tim Hildebrand, James Yagello,
Jim Gregg. ROW 4: Robert Mayo, Bill
Holt, Bob Melendes, Tom Christo, Tony
Gerace, Colonel Bruntjen, Dave Mercer.
ROW l: Diane Browarsky, Uibha Dave,
Bonnie Jane Ballantyne, Susie Swager,
Betsy Iviullius, Jackie Prescott, Pat
Kresge, Barb Engle. ROW 2: Pat Baker,
Carol Weller, Nella Martin, Joyce Hum-
phrey, Barb Grose, Pat Fassett, Judy
Hunter, Linda Easterling, Beth Callahan.
ROW 3: Chuck Perrine, Buddy Levell,
Lloyd Gray, Joe Frey, Chuck Bashforth,
John Logue, Ralph Alster. ROW 4: Ber-
nie Laquinta, Lane Fahnestock, John
Reeves, Torn Linsley, Mike Reed, Pat
Thomas, Ronnie Clark.
Sophomores Missing from Homeroom
Pictures: ROW 1: Sally Sutherland,
Shirley Barson, Pat Barnum, Melody
Fowell, Gerry Butler. ROW 2: Carl
Gainor, Kevin Brown, Tony Lavely,
Peter Olson, Bruce Hancock.
ADJUSTING AND DEVELOPING
The last freshman class to enter Mt. Lebanon
High School met the challenge of a new and
strange environment with a bit of stage fright,
a multitude of dreams, and much energy.
At first, each member groped his way about
his new school. But slowly he began to find new
friends, enjoy his classes, and participate in ex-
tracurricular activities. He turned up at every
football game as a member of the flash-card sec-
tion or one of the cheering crowd, sympathetic
to newcomers and eager to impart his newly-
acquired knowledge of his school, he joined the
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330 IV 1: Connie Hartquist, Harriet Good
J-aa 1 Wiest, Mary jane Stearns, Dee For-
tunes, Pat Thompson, Pam Dugan, Candy
'Willison, Carol Lammert. ROW 2: Mary
'o Baughman, Arleen Borgman, Laurie
Neisbrod, Christine Wellner, Maureen
Peters, Karen Phillips, Bonnie Ehlers,
.Kay Parks, Sara Lynn Hogg. ROW 3:
David Samek, Wayne Rowswell, Fred
Hasley, David Bragdon, Robert Craig,
Lynn Rector, Scudder Stevens. ROW 4:
Drew Bachman, Bob Dee, Howard Fraps,
,laflk FfOe1iCh, James Breier, Fred Sar-
information and hospitality squads, he became
a member of a music group and felt exultation
as he raised his voice in the "Hallelujah Chorus"
of the Messiah, he investigated Latin History
and gained new insight into the language and
The undefeated freshman football team which
beat the J.V.'s is one indication of what the class
can achieve. At the end of the year, our fresh-
men were no longer a disorganized group of
confused students but a compact unit-the Class
Bourne, Kirk Greer.
ROW 1: Kay Brooks, Sue Kerr,
Thomas, Ann Sherman, Kathy
Joan Hofrichter, Diane Hopwood.
2: Barbara Smith, Sue McCoy,
Orr, Gayle Thomas, Linda Rote,
Wharton, Rosalie Moran, Susan Crissman,
Nancy Nave. ROW 3: Bruce McKissock,
Michael Stanchak, John Amend, Charles
Cobaugh, Tony Ferry, Dave Baker, John
Hartman. ROW 4: Doug Booz, Bill Rich-
ards, jim Stephens, Peter Scherk, Dave
Nicholas, Melvin Schlenter, Michael
ROW 1: Maria Revesz, Peggy Mercer,
Marsha Sterling, Marianne Mendel, Jane
Fergusm, Karen Jordan, Joyce Tutty, Jo
Ann Toperzer, Barbara Ullman. ROW 2:
Sandy Sterling, Ruth Roach, Diane Kline,
Mary Ellen Alexander, Julie Diekmann,
Judy Hoover, Ann Dineen, Barbara
Ahearn, Heidi Allen, Lynne Crofford.
ROW 3: Ricky Couch, Ed Dobkin, Wil-
lard Marr, Richard Mueller, David
Kozma, Ron Patterson, Dave Manoogian,
Gary Smith. ROW 4: Bill Herald, Joseph
Schafer, Tom Jackson, Gary Leash, Bob
Prince, Bob Tillger.
ROW 1: Peggy Jones, Judy Williams,
Marilyn Martin, Jean Housekeeper,
Cheryl Everly, Judy Dimoch, Lillian
Sowa. ROW 2: Bill Jackson, Don Hilde-
brandt, Nancy Conlan, Sallie Payne, Jeri
Donahoe, Gretchen Carter, John Barry,
Jack Saracco. ROW 3: Stewart Early,
John Albus, Bob Beazley, Ron Chappell,
Bob Berg, Mike Seliger, Edward Sabom.
ROW 4: Dave Howe, Dan Campbell,
Pete White, Henry Ehlers, Mike Ferson,
ROW 1: Diane Fair, Bev Swoish, Gref
chen App, Judy Housekeeper, Sara Hic-
kenberg, Susie Eavans, Billie Hankins.
ROW 2: Janet McCormick, Connie Kilb,
Phyllis Yeager, Virginia Mitchell, Sus '
Flynn, Carol Betzler, Sally Kepler, I.yn
Campbell. ROW 3: John Martin, Blake
Ohsol, Mike McKee, DeWitt Lauermar
Jim Daniell, Kurt Wentzel, Gerard
Brooks, Jim Freiland, Ken Kurtz. ROW
4: Richard Downie, Nick Mager, Joe
Toth, Alex Lewis, Jim Modery, Bill Rey-
nolds, Peter Gent, John Stilli, Jack
Sowko, Charles Iams.
ROW 1: Claire Von Stocker, Norma
Reichard, Nancy Hovorka, Gay McMil-
lan, Bea Haines, Sue Oram, Jean Alex-
ander, Linda Fitch. ROW 2: Charlotte
Latimer, Betsy Scott, Charlotte Hahn,
Janet Geist, Sandy Brettholle, Nancy
Cameron, Bonnie Dean, Nancy Trackett.
ROW 3: Butch Bee, George Thuransky,
Cliff McMillan, Bob johnson, Geof Heron,
Craig Cameron, Ken Sutter, Bill Soler.
ROW 4: Dick Jones, Dick Hurwitz, Bob
Anderson, George Watt, Lex Gray, Harry
ROW 1: Carol Marshall, Barbara Sea
mans, Sue Wilson, Beth Ann Thorn
burgh, Kathryn Bingham, Martha Fischen
Nance Griffee, Peggy Brunk, Melly Red
head. ROW 2: Cheryl McCann, Virginiz
Burrows, Helena Adkins, Sallie Owens
Nancy Bock, Lillian Fassett, Barbara
Dore, Dotty Drisko, Tobi Loffer. ROVN
3: Gene Hill, Dan Haffner, jeff Prescott
Frank Maston, Frank Concilus, Willis
Siegfried, Dick Larry, Reggie Nations
ROW 4: Bill Offutt, Jim McCaslin, Pete
Detwiler, Dave Mathewson, Bill Hennin-
ger, James Stein.
ROW 1: Carole Morton, Regina Hamil-i
ton, Nancy Willingham, Barbara Wagner, i
Pam Fish, Marcia Service, Sue Bretz,
Linda Birge. ROW 2: Karen Shean, Vir- 1
ginia Morton, Carol Henkel, Carolyn
Wensel, Marsha Walsh, Susan Osborn,
Flicka Rahn, Hope Steverman, Mary Car-
dello. ROW 3: Ed Jones, Hugh Elliott,
Van Manuel, Roth McNally, Tom Steven-
son, Drew Anthon, Clem English. ROW
4: Michael McCready, Dick Schwartz,
Rick Toucey, Jim Sanner, Robert Gal-
lup, jim Lynch, Courtland Chandler,
ROW 1: Judy Myers, Debbie Harsough,
Cynthia Bogmen, Elizabeth Martini, Con-
stance Tragesser, Mary Beth Anderson,
Nancy Detwiler, Shirley Pyle. ROW 2:
Beth Schweinsbery, Ann Langreth, Judy
Young, Mary Ann Foley, Miriam Grove,
Susan Lammert, Jane Flemm, Barbara
Altman, Claudia Irwin. ROW 3: Bob
Geeseman, Andy Stoody, John Postellon,
Jim Henderson, Bill McGarry, Louis Sass,
Tom Doorley, Louis Lanfrankie, Kevin
Davis, Ted Krueger, Doug Henrick. ROW
4: Barton Will, Randy Burroughs, James
Johnson, Jim Cappe, Richard Evans, Tom
Bohaunm, John Stoneberg, John Hill,
ROW 1: Melissa Booth, Carmela Finelli,
Nancy Nolan, Diane Bauer, Barbara
Babb, Cathy Anderson, Karen Luxbacher.
ROW 2: Karen Bundy, Gladys Wian, Bar-
bara Pollach, Joy Hugo, Carol Peterson,
Fran Falario, Betty Beardshall, Jackie
Kramer, Karen Simmat. ROW 3: Ed
Stahl, Roy Abernathy, Bill Parker, Rich-
ard DeWees, Dave Banta, John Gabrenas.
ROW 4: Robbie Heist, Don Delisi, Clyde
Smith, Lloyd Armstrong, Mark Abrahams,
John Negele, Roland Rose.
9- 1 1-Mrs. Haynes
ROW 1: Beverly Whitman, Hilda Hoff-
man, Barbara Butterworth, Kathy Wil-
liams, Lynne Ricca, Linda Rupp, Diane
Meacham, Andrea Gamble. ROW
Susie Lefler, Barbara Fulton, Begg' Ken- .
ney, Carol Barnes, Nancy MiQberry,
Linda Dobbs, Marjorie Dasherff Jean
Focer. ROW 3: George Sarkis, Ken Mc-
Closkey, Bob Burdick, Ken Mckeen, Car-
ter Hulse, Doug Leonard, Bob Watchorn.
ROW 4: Howard Kalson, Paul Dau, John
Blum, Jay Slaughenhaupt, Ted Dengler,
Jim Evans, John Nerenberg.
lg-Bob Bayers, Bill Stern. ROW 4: Jim
ROW 1: Julia Nicholas, Diane Daugherty,
Barbara Studley, Betty Ann Baran, Linda
Downing, Sally Ringham, Ann Banks.
ROW 2: Georgia Gribschaw, Cynthia
Mandell, Karen Vogel, Pamela Thomas,
Sandy Sherba, Katie Jo Chivers, Ellen
McArthur, Karlee Reber. ROW 3: Dick
Koehler, Bucky Hamilton, Tom Copeland,
Dave Rosenblatt, Art Tripp, Reed Agnew,
Kip Weldon, Bruce Coull. ROW 4: Dave
Phillips, Jim White, Burchard Wolfhard,
George Haight, Martin Matz, Dwight
Magowan, George Chakos.
9- 14-Mr. Gaertner
ROW 1: Karen Seay, Karen Brammer,
Pam McKinley, Connie Wriken, Jo But-
ton, Marda Campbell, Lee Schaefers.
ROW 2: Pat Shore, Judy MacDonald,
Peggy McKee, Julie Moffit, Peggy Bauer,
I-Tarbara Clinton, Cora Sue Deal, Kathy
Taylor, Charlotte Hover. ROW 3: Rick
Johnson, Brian Hesse, Steve Kimmel
Peter Benedetti, Jeff Kumer, Rich Kolin,
Kanters, Dave Disque, Tim Smith, Char-
les Spring, Ralph Davia, Ron Fouse.
9- 13-Mr. Tallman
ROW 1: Sandra Moore, Pat Myers, Pax
Wolff, Barbara Bishop, Karen Hanlj
Norma Narky, Patricia Sable, Priscill
Nichols, Maryann Trimble. ROW 2
Peggy Kessler, Marcia Whaley, Susa
Westerman, Nancy Houser, Margare
Senz, Betty Jean Smith, Candy Harnes
Pam Smith, Leslie Dale, Alice Kulze
ROW 3: John Potter, John Pasuit, Dou
Lashley, John Haviland, Bruce Browi
Bob Smith, Jerry Bokam, Dave Klabe
ROW 4: Ronald Matis, Fred Vanhultel
Bob Satterfield, Ed Russ, Bruce Va
Voorhis, John Morris, Bill Johnson.
ROW 1: Judy Shapiro, Sue McColm,
Lynn McLeister, Christy Borgerding,
Wendy Turner, Jeanne Heid. ROW 2:
Cindy Hussing, Sandy Martin, Betty
Kapp, Virginia Keim, Amy MacDonald,
Sandy Berg, Martha Kimmel. ROW 3:
Dick Maclntyre, Bob Chilcoat, Bill Dill-
ner, Frank Marra, Paul Albus, Ed Weil,
Bruce Berman, Larry Silver. ROW 4:
Ivan Kunic, Ed Stafford, Jim Nelson,
John Lindsey, Doug Denholm, Jim Ditt-
mar, Steve Moore, Paul Anderson.
ROW 1: Ann Dempsey, Martha Lewis,
Mary Ann Herr, Jean Melcher, Suzanne
Shoemaker, Diane Kenngott, Ronnie Gira.
ROW 2: Kathy Llewellyn, Flo Tischbein,
Susan Greenberg, Natalie Kempa, Isabel
Bass, Ellen Karnofsky, Margaret Mackay,
Judy Mangan. ROW 3: Jeff McCollum,
Mike Fawcett, Bruce Harris, Stewart
Zedel, John Larkin, Ken Earhardt, Steve
Connelly, Tom Trethewey. ROW 4:
Mitch Youngling, Alex Hersh, Eugene
Szranowski, Ken Coleman, Bob Wiethorn,
Gordon Roe, Richard ,Layton, Don Par-
Freshmen Missing from Homeroom
Pictures: ROW 1: Alice Arth, Bob
Harris, Arlene Demaret, Bill Bowes.
ROW 2: Shirley Kimmel, Kirk
Greer, Sonja Marmont.
We developed sportsmanship . . .
sportsmanshipwhich grew on the playing field and
in the stands as varsity and junior varsity teams
strove for impressive records. Muddy football fields,
polished basketball courts, and dusty baseball dia-
monds saw the struggles and heard the hoarse cheer-
ing as Mt. Lebanon High School played numerous
games. From our victories we learned the exultation
of accomplishmentg from our defeats we learned to
appreciate our opponents' endeavors. And with each
whirring golf ball, each flutter kick, each leap over
the high hurdles, We all felt pride in our school. For
each athletic team was only part of the larger and
more powerful team that was our student body. And
it was that larger team which developed sports-
manship in 1959.
JUMPING with frenzy as the kickoff bonfire
STAMPING their feet in time to the strong beat
of the bandls bass drum,
SHOUTING while the bright new flash card
section directed the crowd,s enthus-
SINGING class songs, greetings to opponent
schools, on, on to victory, fight right
to the end,
YELLING at pep rallies which boosted morales
and the will to win,
CHEERING as the football team made its win-
ning point, the center shot the all-
important basket, track and cross
country boys pounded the turf.
Mt. Lebanon's students expressed their school
spirit--a spirit which grew and spread . . . reverber-
ated in the stadium . . . rang through the halls and
streets . . . a spirit which will live with them when
they have forgotten the scores of single games . . .
ever our praises shall ring, Alma Mater for thee.
"The greatest school spirit in years!"
"Give them the ax, the ax, the ax," yell the varsity cheerleaders Susie
Beidler, Sally Swan, Bonnie Knight, Nancy Van Gundy, Peggy Colvin,
Beth Breitenstein, Anne Irwin, and Janis Beachler.
Mr. Punkin's cheering too! 4'Go, Lebo, Go!"
. . . . - ' iid t 'l before the
Effervescent . . . our Junior varsity cheerleaders: Bonnie Kasun, The Varsity Cheerleaders displayed con en Sml es
Ellen Phillips, Hope Steverman, Sheila Lynott, Donna Rhodes, Senior Recognition basketball game!
Bonnie Hoskin, and Caddy Durkin.
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Mt. L ..... ..... 6 4 Homestead .... .... 0
Mt. L ..... ..... 4 0 Westinghouse . .... 19
Mt. L ..... ..... 3 6 South Hills . . . . . . . 0
Mt. L ..... ...14 Penn Hills .. 7
Mt. L ..... ..... 3 5 Washington . . . . . . .26
Mt. L ..... ..... 3 2 Wilkinsburg . . . . . . . 14
Mt. L ..... ..... 1 3 Uniontown .... .... 1 3
Mt. L ..... ..... 3 4 Baldwin ...... ,... 7
Mt. L ..... ..... 2 6 West View . . . . . . . 7
The 1958 Mt. Lebanon football team, possibly
the most powerful in the history of the school,
rolled to an undefeated season, compiling a record
of eight wins, no losses, and one tie. The tie with
Uniontown erased the chance for the Western Con-
ference Title with a berth in the W.P.I.A.L. cham-
pionship game. The Mounties, the lightest Blue
Devil team in years, developed into a formidable
football machine coupling a swift offensive attack
with a solid defense.
The Blue Devils, under the guidance of veteran
grid coach, Ralph Fife, got off to a flying start by
winning their first three exhibition encounters over
Homestead, Westinghouse, this year's City League
titlistg and South Hills before entering W.P.I.A.L.
Class AA play. The Mounty touchdown corps
scalped the Penn High Indians 14-7 and followed
this with a 35-26 conquest of Washington. Coach
F ife's charges then came through with an impressive
victory over Wilkinsburg, the defending W.P.I.A.L.
champions. Disaster struck the following week when
the Uniontown Raiders held the Blue Devils to a
13-13 tie. Mt. Lebanon led in first downs 16-5 and
was on the Uniontown five-yard line when the gun
sounded, but Uniontown scored the same number
of points. This deadlock eliminated both teams
from the Class A A title race. On Senior Recognition
Night, the Blue Devils rebounded with a 34-7 win
over Baldwin. In the seascn's finale with West View,
the Mt. Lebanon football team marched to a 26-7
If this year was one of team prowess, it was also
a year of individual brilliance. Five Blue Devil stars
landed positions on the Western Conference All-
Star team. Fullback Denny Phillips, tackle Gene
Breen, and guard Howard Breinig were elected to
the first team, while our ends, Bud Vogel and Lee
Wells, were selected for the second team. Denny
Phillips' speed and power boosted him to national
acclaim, and, at the season's conclusion, he was
named All-W.P.I.A.L., All-State, and All-American.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
ROW 1: Walker, Plant, Flannagan, McCallum, Overend, Malarkey, McNeish, Ayers, and
Seamans. ROW 2: Doran, Stewart, Driscoll, Garlitz, Gregg, Breen, Phillips, Vogel, McCombs,
Morgan, Housekeeper, Minno, Rhen, and Shields. ROW 3: Carman, Wells, Sterner, Yeckley,
if Couch, Laughlin, Laquinta, Crisman, Gilbert, Beachler, Breinig, White, Logue, and Chapman.
Missing from the picture is Barone.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
ROW 1: Kling, Dick Wyles, Levell, Collins, Davison, Foltz, and O'Connor. ROW 2: Down-
ing, Kaufman, Breinig, Borgerding, Berg, Miles, Phillips, Reeves, Cheney, and Sedlachek.
ROW 3: Coach Kracsun, Starr, Lory, Smith, Stevenson, Shields, Dave Wyles, Kenning, Love,
Hoag, Matthews, and Coach Grant. Missing from the picture are Jordano and Segal.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
The Junior Varsity Football Squad improved with Mt. L ............ Dormont . . .
each game. Coached by Mr. Kracsun and Mr. Grant, the Mt, L ,,,, , , .20 Baldwin , ,
team developed into a winning squad. They compiled a Mt. L .... . . .21 Shaler . . . . . .
4-2-1 record and earned the name "Swamp Foxesf' Mt. L .... . . . 13 Penn Hills . .
Trained with an eye to the future, these boys were well- Mt. L .,.. . . . 13 Carrick . . . . .
fitted by the end of the year to become varsity football Mt, L .... . . . 13 Bethel . . . . . .
Players- Mt. L .... .. .20 Wilkinsburg . . .
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM
ROW 1: McMillan, Siegfried, Parker, Watt, Nerenberg, Albus, and Lynch.
ROW 2: Cobaugh, Straka, McKissock, Daniell, Manuel, Offutt, Coleman,
Mayer, and Greer. ROW 3: Coach Walker, Bragdon, johnson, Doorley,
Klaber, Manoogian, Weldon, Earnhardt, and Coach Batchelor. ROW 4:
Fawcett, McCollum, Brooks, Chappell, McNally, Humer, and Concilus.
Missing from the picture are Rector and Wentzel.
V . . . D . . . 22 Canonsburg ' Q ' 1 .0 The 1958-1959 freshman football team was unde-
. ' .32 Dormont I l l . ' .0 feated, untied, and unscored upon. The frosh boys ac-
. ' . .33 Scott . . . l i ' . I u . h .0 cumulated a total of 114 points and a large reserve of
1 ' ' . 14 N. Braddock ' - n i ' 0 confidence in their ability to perform equally well in
. l I Q 13 Bethel . . I ' . l .0 the three years ahead of them.
Line play highlights kick attempt.
Barone battling for yardage. Coach Fife watching action from sidelines.
Shields fighting off tackler.
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Neely, Manning, Kay
lenauer, Ferguson, Swigart
Sattler, Perrine, Tabor
Blumfeldt, Sickles, Pringle
Under the leadership of such experienced hold-
over athletes as Dave Blumfeldt, John Pringle, Bill
Sickles, and Skip Hartquist, the Mt. Lebanon har-
riers sailed through their schedule, winning every
meet by comfortable margins. The squad's scoring
punch was greatly aided by the addition of senior
Charles Kay and of underclassmen Mouncey Fer-
guson and Ken McCloskey, the only freshman ever
to make the varsity cross country team. Veteran
track coach Donley Mollenauer attributes the team's
success this year to the newly installed interval type
training system, originally used by European run-
ners and adapted to our needs, and to the spirit and
balance of the team. The high flying harriers cap-
tured three major championships and copped seven
straight dual meet wins en route to the first unde-
feated season since 1953.
Mr. Mollenauer has named this year's top five as
the best in Mt. Lebanon's history. The Mounty har-
riers not only swept to their third straight W.P.I.
A.L. Championship but also repeated as state titlists
for the third consecutive year, securing the honor
of retaining the trophy at Mt. Lebanon for another
year. Paced by Dave Blumfeldt, a three-year letter-
man, the cross country team placed their first five
runners in the top twenty in the state meet, scoring
40 points to 144 points for the second-place team.
Blumfeldt placed third, Pringle fourth, McCloskey
sixth, Sickles fifteenth, and Hartquist nineteenth in
a field of nearly two hundred runners competing in
the two and one-eighth mile race at University Park.
The Blue Devils' clean sweep of all available
titles brought the grand total of cross country cham-
pionships for the school to thirteen W.P.I.A.L.
Championships since 1940 and ten state champion-
ships over the same period of years.
ROW 1: McCloskey, Mc-
Kuno. Row 2: Coach Mol-
Manager Dyer. ROW 3:
JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
The 1958 edition of J.V. cross country was the most
powerful in the history of the school. Under the guid-
ance of Coach Toler, the j.V. harriers copped all their
dual meets, three by perfect scores. The team climaxed
its season with a smashing victory in the J.V. W.P.I.A.L.,
John Weisiger first, Perrine second, Oelschlager third,
Neill fourth, and Walther sixth. This marks the eighth
consecutive year that our J.V. cross country team has
held the W.P.I.A.L. championship.
Mt. L .... . . . 19 Canonsburg ..... . . . .36
Mt. L .... . . . 17 Central Catholic . . . . . . .38
Mt. L .... . . . 17 Connellsville .... . . . .38
Mt. L .... . . . 15 Shaler ...... . . . .40
Mt. L .... . . .15 New Castle . . . . . .40
Mt. L .... ...15 Penn Hills ....40
Mt. L .... . . . 15 Aliquippa . . . . . . .40
JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS
ROW 4: Stahl, Kimmel, Campbell,
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
L ............ 15 Canonsburg ..... .... 4 0
L .... .... 2 7 Central Catholic . . . . . . .28
L .... .... 1 5 Connellsville .... .... 4 0
L ............ 15 Aliquippa ............. 40
Central Catholic Invitational Meet- Mt. Lebanon 1st
Mt. Lebanon 235 Cent. Catholic 413 Uniontown 94
W.P.I.A.L.-J. V. Championship-Mt. Lebanon 1st
Mt. Lebanon 165 Uniontown 575 Canonsburg 80
Central Catholic Invitational Meet-Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. Lebanon 275 Central Catholic 96, Latrobe 99
Slippery Rock College Invitational Meet-
Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. Lebanon 32, Altoona 773 Canonsburg 81
W.P.I.A.L. Championship-Mt. Lebanon 1st
Mt. Lebanon 28g Canonsburg 733 Latrobe 110
State Championship-Mt. Lebanon lst
Mt. Lebanon 405 Wm. Tennent 1445 N. Penn 165
VARSITY TOP FIVE
Dave Blumfeldt john Pringle Ken McCloskey Bill Sickels Skip Hartquis
ROW 1: Straub, Wright, Pozzi.
ROW 2: von Ende, Neill, Weisiger,
Youngling, English, Oelschlager, Tay-
lor, Stobie, Bayers. ROW 3: Man-
ager Linsley, Algeo, Postellon, Ber-
ger, Parsons, Coach Toler, Bigley,
Olfutt, Crissman, Manager Harper.
Coach Clark on basketball court.
L ..... ...... 6 5 Baldwin ..... ..... 5 5
L ..... ..... 5 2 Wilkinsburg .... ..-.- 2 5
L ..... ..... 4 3 South Hills . . ..... 49
L ,,,,. ..... 6 2 Shaler ...... -.-.- 3 7
L ..... ..... 7 5 Bethel ..... ..... 5 7
L ...,. ..... 4 4 Uniontown . . . . - . . -51
L ..... ..... 6 1 Burgettstown . . . . - - - . 59
L ..... ..... 6 9 Trinity ...... ..... 3 3
L ..... ..... 4 7 Washington . . -...- 50
L ..... .. .... 63 Canonsburg .,.. ....- 4 1
L .,.. ..... 6 1 Thos. Jefferson . . . . . . . .34
L .... ..... 7 6 Dormont ...... ..... 5 7
L .... ..... 7 8 Chartiers .... ..... 5 1
L .... ..... 6 7 Burgettstown . . . . . . . .54
L .... ..... 8 2 Trinity ...... ,.,.. 5 1
L .... ..... 8 0 Washington . . ..... 67
L .... ...., 6 5 Canonsburg . . ..... 66
For the second consecutive year, Coach Mercer
"Speed" Clark's Mt. Lebanon basketball team has ex-
changed home-and-home victories with Washington, the
perennial section champions, only to lose a crucial con-
test to Canonsburg, while the "Prexies" defeated the rest
of their section opponents. In spite of losing the section
championship, the Mounty hoopsters chalked up a total
of 18 wins and only 4 losses and maintained Mt. Le-
banon's perfect sectional record at home.
The Mounties started slowly, winning only four of
six exhibition games before the Christmas holidays. Led
by senior co-captains Bruce McClintock and Bob Stew-
art, the team polished off Baldwin and Wilkinsburg,
before losing to City League leader South Hills. Wins
over Shaler and Bethel were followed by a loss to
Uniontown. Then, during the Christmas vacation, the
Mounties entered the New Kensington Holiday Tourna-
ment. In the first round, the Mounties vanquished
Homestead by the score of 70-51 and then clinched the
tournament team title with a 61-52 win over host team
New Kensington. Bob Stewart also won the Most Valu-
able Player Award for his performance during the
The Blue and Gold opened regular season play with
a 61-59 double-overtime victory over Burgettstown,
then drubbed Trinity 69-33, before losing a 60-47 deci-
sion to Washington on the "Prexies' " home court. After
easily beating the next six opponents, the Mounty five
met league-leading Washington again. In that game,
Bob Coo scored 26 points to become the only Mt. Le-
banon player to top the 20-point mark in a single game
this year and led the team to an 80-67 victory and a tie
for the Section 4 leadership. Three days later, though,
the Mt. Lebanon title hopes were dispelled by a 66-65
loss to Canonsburg at the Canonsburg gym. Then the
team came back to win the last three games, beating
Thomas Jefferson, Dormont, and Chartiers.
This year's team broke nearly all previous Mt.
Lebanon team scoring records by scoring 1431 points
for an average of 65.1 points per game. Also, all five
starting players scored over 200 points, and all had
averages of better than ten points per game. Bob Stew-
art led the Mounties with 296 markers and a 13.4 aver-
age. Close on his heels were Harold "Bud" Vogel with
237 points and 10.7, Dan Driscoll with 220 and 11.0,
and Bob Coo with 201 and 10.1.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Front: Coo, Driscoll, Vogel, Stewart, McClintock. Rear: Garlitz, Moflit,
Clark, Malarkey, Rehm, Miskevics, Coach Clark, Robinson, Marsh,
Bronner, Couch, Shields, Powell.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Kneeling: Alex, Theis, Wyles. Standing: Hath-
away, Wenger, Fletcher, Coach Stanish.
Mr. Stanish's J.V. ball club started off the
season play with all sophomores, but after four
games, five juniors were added. In compiling a
17 and 3 record, the hardwood quintet scored
nearly 50 points per game. The Mounties' only
sectional loss came at the hands of Washingtong
this defeat was later avenged by a 43-38 victory
on our home court.
Mt. L .... . . .33 Baldwin .... . . . .30
Mt. L .... . . .45 Wilkinsburg . . . . . . .41
Mt. L ,... .... 4 2 South Hills . . . .... 43
Mt. L .... ...31 Shaler ...... ....26
Mt. L .... .... 4 6 Bethel ..... .... 4 5
Mt. L .... . . .50 Uniontown .... . . . .52
Mt. L .... . . .53 Burgettstown . . . . . . .35
Mt. L .... . . .67 Trinity ....... . . . .40
Mt. L .... .... 3 6 Washington . . . . . . .41
Mt. L .... .... 7 0 Canonsburg .......... 19
Mt. L .... .... 3 7 Thomas Jefferson ..... 15
Mt. L .... .... 5 4 Dormont ...... .... 3 7
Mt. L .... .... 5 9 Chartiers ..... .... 4 f
Mt. L .... .... 5 4 Burgettstown . . . . . . .31
Mt. L .... .... 3 9 Trinity ....... .... 2 8
Mt. L .... .... 4 3 Washington .... .... 3 8
Mt. L .... .... 4 3 Canonsburg ,......... 22
Mt. L .... .... 5 7 Thomas jefferson ..... 32
Mt. L .... .... 4 3 Dormont ....... .... 2 8
Mt. L. . . . .... 80 Chartiers . . . . . . .35
Left to right: Anthon, Mc-
Kissock, McCloskey, Co-
baugh, Daniell, Brooks,
Beazley, Coach Watts, Mc-
Kee, McNally, Wentzel, El-
liott, Kimmel, Zimmerman,
Lynch. Front: Managers
Beck, Potter, Vandergrift.
Mt. L .... . . . .... 29 Dormont .... . . . .23
Mt. L .... .... 3 5 Munhall . . .... 34
Mt. L .... .... 3 1 Auquippa .... 37 C0aCh Sam WaffS guided his team to H
Mt. L ,... .... 1 9 Bethel ...... ...14 thirteen and four record this year. This year's
Mt' L -"- "-- 4 8 W' Mifflin '-'-' "" 3 6 team compiled the best freshman mark in three
Mt' L "" "" 3 4 Thos' Jefferson """' 14 ears and should rovide fme material for next
Mt. L .... .... 3 0 McKeesport . . . ..... 33 y p
Mt. L .... .... 2 3 Brentwood ... .... 25 Yeaf'S Varsity and J -V- 'feHmS-
Mt. L .... .... 3 8 Baldwin .... .... 2 5
Mt. L .... .... 3 3 Clairton .. .... 53
Mt. L .... .... 3 5 Bethel ...... .... 2 9
Mt. L .... .... 3 9 W. Mifflin ..... .... 1 9 "M
Mt. L ,... .... 4 3 Thos. Jefferson ....... 28
Mt. L .... .... 3 0 McKeesport .... .... 2 3
Mt. L .... .... 4 2 Stowe .... .... 3 2
Mt. L .... .... 2 4 Baldwin . . .... 23
Mt. L .... .... 3 5 Clairton . . .... 34
Bruce McClintock combines ballet and basketball. Bud VOES1 5001135 fmm underneath-
Bob Stewart leaping for basket.
Stewart hits on jump shot.
Hetz Marsh scores from close range.
Mr. Lamprinakos doubles as
wrestling and football coach. -Y. .
A combination of line holdover stars from last year
and some fast-developing newcomers brought Mt. Leba-
non to an 11 and 4 mark in wrestling this year. Although
injury hurt the team at some points during the season,
the fine depth of the squad served well in replacing the
In their first meet of the season, the Mounties
trounced West Allegheny, 35 to 19. The Blue and Gold
grapplers see-sawed, losing to Shaler, beating Carnegie,
and falling to Shaler. The team then knocked off Shady-
side, West Allegheny, Peters Township, and Washing-
ton, before the Shaler team returned to upset the Moun-
ties. North Allegheny handed the matmen their worst
setback, 33 to 9, but the wrestlers bounced back to
trample New Castle, West View, Baldwin, Carnegie, and
Wrestling is a sport of individuals, and Mt. Lebanon
had plenty of standouts this year. The team of Linge
C10-2-2j, Windfelder, Q11-1-35, Martin C12-2-lj, Wil-
liams Q8-3-2j, and Howley Q11-2-lj built up early leads
for the Mounties in many meets. Bill Berg, an expe-
rienced grappler from last season, compiled a six and two
record before injuring his leg in the middle of the sea-
son. He was ably replaced by Robin Laughlin, who
formerly started at 154 lbs. Bob Peace C7-4-2j, Lee
Wells C10-3-lj, and Gene Breen Q10-2-lj added the
final punch which cinched many meets for Mt. Lebanon.
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM
Front Row: Linge,Windfelder, Martin, Williams Howley
Shilit. Back Row: Berg, Pease, Wells, Breen, Rhen Breinig
Shadyside . .
New Castle .
West View . .
West View .
Referee Solomon awards two points to Jeff Shilit.
Bill Berg has his opponent in a near pin
Jay Winfelder tries to pick up opponent.
Coach Grant by swimming pool.
In their third year of competition, Coach Bill Grant's
mermen splashed to the W.P.I.A.L. championship in a
flurry of broken records. All-American Tom Lindsey
shattered two records, clipping the 200-yard free-style
and the 150-yard individual medley marks. Captain Bill
Hunt eclipsed the 50-yard freestyle record and Carl
Warnes set a new standard in the 100-yard breast-
stroke. Other W.P.I.A.L. victories came to Stoddart
Smith in the 100-yard butterfly and Toby McKain in
the diving event. Mt. Lebanon's team depth was shown
as both Mounty relay teams broke W.P.I.A.L. marks.
The 200-yard medley relay team composed of Lewis,
Warnes, Lindsey, and Hunt broke' the recognized na-
tional record set by Central High School of Battle
Creek, Michigan by one-tenth of a second. Mt. Le-
banon's time in that event was 1 :48.4.
The Mounty tankers left twelve teams in their wake
as they swept all dual encounters, setting new marks in
almost every meet in which they swam. Since this year's
team consists of 8 seniors and 30 underclassmen, Coach
Grant can expect some fine material returning next year.
With men qualitied in all events, the Mounty mer-
men captured the Western Regional Championship at
Grove City. With hopes high, the Mounties arrived at
Bucknell for the State Championship. When the spray
had settled that day, Mt. Lebanon had dethroned York
and were state champs.
L ..... ...... 7 3 Schenley ...... .... 1 3
L ..... ..... 6 3 Allderdice ....... .... 2 3
L ..... ..... 7 3 Central Catholic . . .... 16
L ..... ..... 6 3 Clairton ........ .... 2 3
L ..... ..... 6 7 Butler ........ .... 1 9
L ..... ..... 7 8 Connellsville . . . . . . 7
L ..... ..... 7 8 Vandergrift . . . . . . . 7
L ..... ..... 7 8 Munhall .....7
L ..... .... 6 7 Clairton . . . . . . . 19
L ..... .... 5 9 Butler ...... .... 3 0
L ................ 78 Connellsville . . .... .8
L ................ 76 Vandergrift .............. 10
W.P.I.A.L. Championship-Mt. Lebanon-1st
Western Regional Championship-Mt. Lebanon--1st
State Championship-Mt. Lebanon-lst
Four Top Swimmers: Tom Lindsey, Freestyle and
Medley, Bill Hunt, Freestyleg Carl Warnes, Breast-
strokeg Bill Lewis, Backstroke.
First Row: Swearingen, Powell, McKain. Second Row: Smith, Toucey,
Ebert, Cambell, Gabrenas, Kowallis, Stoneberg, Hurwitz. Third Row:
Bock, Davidson, Rohrs, Wendling, Heist, Trethewey, Kurtz, Volkwein,
Lindsey, Thompson, Borgerding, Martin. Fourth Row: Seamens, Lindsey,
Larry, Esposito, Bishop, Manuel, Schwartz, Shields, Phillips, Niemi,
Weaver, Catalano, Lewis, Warnes, Larry, Hunt, Rimer, Gullion.
200-yard Medley Relay Team: Tom
Lindsey, Bill Hunt, Bin Lewis, Carl
Warnes, Toby McKain doing a one and one-
half front somersault from diving
Gymnastics, a relatively new varsity sport at
Mt. Lebanon, progressed well this year. In their
first meet of the season, our gymnasts placed
third out of a field of eight schools at Dormont.
Under the able coaching of Mr. Pagnanelli, the i
gymnastics team tumbled into a successful i
Coach Pagnanelli watching Chuck Richeson perform handstand
100 First Row: Phillips, Henning, Miller, Hillman, Bowes. Second Row: Tay-
lor, Wise, Schoedel, Benson, Jordan, Richeson. Third Row: Gregg, Cronk,
Mantle, Maxwell, Sirotin. Fourth Row: Richeson, Corrigan, Cenedella.
Vince Corrigan and Coach Pagnanelli supervise somersault.
Al Wolfers on rope.
VARSITY TOP SEVEN
Schoedel, Jordan, Richeson, Sirotin, Cor-
rigan, Maxwell, Cenadella.
Chuck Richeson does handstand on parallel bars.
Tom Hillman on trampoline.
Mt. L... ...499 Dormont
Mt. L. . . . . .498 Coraopolis . . . . . . .
Mt. L... ...499 Munhall
Mt. L... ...499 Carnegie
Mt.L... ...500 Bethel....
Mt. L... ...497 Duquesne ..
Mt. L... ...499 Dormont ..
Mt. L. . . . . .695 Coraopolis . . . - . . -
Mt.L... ...600 Munhall...
Mt. L ..... . . .500 Carnegie . . . . . . .
Mt. L... ...498 Bethel
Coach Neal and Co-captains Pete Field and J im Watters.
Paced by the co-captains Pete Field and J im Watters,
this year's riiie team placed third in the W.P.I.A.L.
section two. Their perennial rivals, Munhall and Cora-
opolis, were the only two teams to defeat the Mounties
this year, as the Blue and Gold sharpshooters dropped
two matches to each school. Coach Neal is building for
future teams by conducting evening classes for potential
Row 1: Watters, Hagan, Al-
len, Warren, Field. Row 2:
Jones, Dasher, Holbrook,
Swartz, Reynolds, Herr.
Row 3: Coach Neal, Man-
ager Bruntjen, Gottschall,
Paulsen, Peterson, Gamble.
The 1958 Mt. Lebanon baseball team wielded
a big stick around the W.P.I.A.L. circuit last
spring, compiling a won-lost record of 9 and 3.
The Mounties coupled an explosive offensive
attack with a line pitching staff. During the
season, Mt. Lebanon scored 84 runs, while the
runs of the opposing teams totaled only 37. Dan
Driscoll compiled the club's best batting aver-
age, .413, while Dave Perkins drove in 12 runs
in 12 games. Jim Pack, voted Most Valuable
Player by his team-mates, came out of the '57
bullpen to lead the pitching staff with six victor-
ies, while Dan Driscoll and Bob Malarkey re-
corded two and one wins respectively. In sec-
tional play, four straight wins launched a win-
ning streak which was interrupted briefly for
two losses before the Mounties came back to
win their linal three games. They captured the
section title and secured the honor of participat-
ing in the W.P.I.A.L. Championship Playoffs.
In the playoffs, the Mounties conquered Bur-
gettstown and Vandergrift, before losing an
extra-inning contest to Crafton, 2-1, in the semi-
final round. This year marked the third con-
secutive year in which the Mt. Lebanon baseball
teams have won the W.P.I.A.L. Section 3 title.
First Row: Miskevics, Marshall, Shields, Lyons, Barone, Driscoll, Wells. 0
Second Row: Coach Clark, Perkins, Manager Berg, Beazley, Malarkey,
Coach Mollenauer on the cinder track.
Along the route to the unofficial state cham-
pionship, the Mt. Lebanon track team amassed
a number of titles and championships, including
the Bethany Relays, W.P.I.A.L. Relays, Mt.
Lebanon Invitational, Allegheny County, and
W.P.I.A.L. Championships. Led by the three
senior co-captains, Dan Lee, Bob Albright, and
Ed Beachler, the thinclads extended Mt. Leban-
on's string of consecutive dual, triangular, and
quadrangular meet wins to 105, the longest con-
secutive streak in the nation.
Indoors, the Mounties got off to a slow start,
placing second to Clairton in the Tri-State
Coaches Meet. Once outdoors the Mounties
were practically unstoppable. They copped dual
meets in a rapid succession, celebrating this
year their 100th consecutive dual meet victory.
In the Mansfield Relays, competing against a
field of 131 schools, the thinclads finished second
to Pontiac, Michigan.
Mt. L .... .... 6 5 Central Catholic . . . . . . .34
Mt. L ............ 74 516 South Hills ......... .... 2 9 116
Tri-State Coaches Meet-Mt. Lebanon 2nd.
Clairton 383 Mt. L. 35Mg Central Catholic 35
Mt. L .............. 99W Connellsville ..........
Mt. L ....... lll Washington ....... 26 Canonsburg .....
Mt. L .............. 96W Shaler .....,..........
Mt. L .... . . .99 ZA Penn Hills . . .
Mt. L .... . . .85 McKeesport . . .
Mt. L .............. 71 South Hills ........
Bethany College Relays-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 102, Lakewood, O. 45Wg St. Clairsville, O. 39
Mansfield Relays-Mt. Lebanon 2nd,
Pontiac, Mich. 39 516, Mt. L. 263 Akron North 16 1110
W.P.I.A.L. Relays-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 49, Johnstown 219 Wilkinsburg 17
Mt. Lebanon Invitational-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 72g Central Catholic 435 South Hills 26
Allegheny County Meet-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 82Wg Wilkinsburg 37, Penn Hills 22W
W.P.I.A.L. Championship Meet-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 485 Wilkinsburg 31, Donora 141!2
State Championship Meet-Mt. Lebanon lst.
Mt. L. 27Wg Williamsport 24Wg William Penn 19 W
Although the 1958 team displayed the tradi-
tional Mollenauer balance and depth, several
athletes earned individual recognition for their
efforts. At the W.P.I.A.L. Championship, the
Mounties collected six individual and relay
titles. In the state meet, Dan Lee, the brilliant
Mounty hurdler, gained victories in both the
180-yard low hurdles and the 120-yard high
hurdles, and Bob Albright repeated as shot put
titlist. The mile relay team of Renshaw, Hart-
quist, Schein, and Gregg repeated their W.P.I.
A.L. victory, setting a new Mt. Lebanon High
School record. The 880-yard relay team, com-
posed of Seymour, Schein, Magoon, and Lee,
finished in a dead heat with Williamsport, estab-
lishing a new state record in the process.
As to the success of last season, Mr. Mollen-
auer was quoted as saying, "From the viewpoint
of individual performances the 1958 season was
easily the most brilliant in Mt. Lebanon his-
Varsity Track Team
ROW 1: Herrington, Bateman, Cohn, Greer, Perkins, Peckham, Comfort, Easa, Gilbert,
Walker, Ellis, Phillips. ROW 2: Gregg, Blumfeldt, McFeatters, Moslener, Glennan, Sickels,
Hartquist, Prezioso, Walker, Hovorka, Buttlar, Magoon, Wadsworth. ROW 3: Coach Batch-
elor, Naismith, Schein, Humphreys, Seymour, Budavich, Ward, Cain, Coach Mollenauer
Albright, Renshaw, Pringle, Carman, Smith, Tabor, Lee, Dick, Coach Toler.
JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK
Though sometimes overshadowed by
the tremendous successes of the Varsity
Team, the 1958 Junior Varsity track team
kept pace with its senior counterpart. The
only team able to defeat the Junior Var-
sity during the season was the North Al-
legheny Varsity. The J.V. thinclads cap-
ped the season with an impressive
triangular meet victory over Penn Hills
JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE
Mt. L ...... 69 Connellsville .....
Mt. L ...... 109 Shaler ...... . .
Mt. L ...... 97 McKeesport .....
Mt. L ...... 87 Chartiers ........
Mt. L ...... 61 North Allegheny ..
Mt. L ...... 69M Upper St. Clair . 21W
Mt. L. . .77 Penn Hills. . .41 Bethel.. .32
JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM
ROW 1: Walther, Simpson, Manning, Buxton, Hecht, Eng-
lish, Pozzi, Segal, Collins, Young. Row 2: Booth, Sullivan,
Stewart, Toler, Kuno, Browarsky, McNeely, Slocum, Marshall,
Carroll. ROW 3: Coach Jones, O'Dell, Matthews, Mehaffey,
Fishburn, Kay, von Ende, Templin, Algeo, Blum, Deal, Young-
ling, Coach Reese. ROW 4: Vandergrift, Bride, Oelschlager,
Ferguson, Henderson, Werlinich, Straub, Chapman, Ellis,
Wicken, Parsons, Kulik, Kolin, Swigart, Gorr.
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W.P.I.A.L. and State champion Albright
Schein and Magoon exchange the baton
Lee crosses finish line.
Gregg takes the hand-off from Renshaw.
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Mt. L. . . .... 4 Shadyside . . . . .
Mt. L... .... 5 Crafton
Mt. L. . . .... 5 Bethel ...... . . . .
Mt. L. . . .... 5 Wilkinsburg . . . . . .
Mt. L. . . .... 2 Shadyside . . . . . . .
Mt. L. .. .... 3 Crafton . .. . .
Mt. L. . . ...,., 5 Bethel .... . . . .
Mt. L. . . ....... 5 Wilkinsburg . . . .
W.P.I.A.L. Team Playoffs
Mt. L. . . ....... 2 Monessen . . . . .
The Mt. Lebanon tennis team served up
a successful season last spring, winning the
sectional championship for the third con-
Under the able coaching of Mr. Doak and
the leadership of captain Dave Swisher, the
Mounty netters swept to the W.P.I.A.L.
finals, only to lose to Monessen.
Sparked by such outstanding individuals
as Jerry Cooper, Dave Swisher, and Dan
Murphy, the tennis team captured the sec-
tion with wins over Bethel and Crafton in
league competition and also managed to
defeat the perenially tough Shadyside
Academy squad. Juniors Carl Hartman,
Grant Connelly, Bob Coo, and Bill Walker
also contributed a great deal to the success
of the team. At the end of the season, Dave
Swisher was judged Most Valuable Player
by his teammates.
108 Front: Murphy, Swisher. Back: Durkin, Walgren, Coo, Hartman, Coach Doak, Cooper,
Baldwin . .
Bethel . . .
Baldwin . .
Bethel . . .
Left to right: Owens, Russell, Harlan, Coach Burrows, Bell.
Mr. Burrows on the ninth green at the Mt. Lebanon
The Mounty golf squad, captained
by Lee Owens and coached by Mr.
Merle Burrows, sliced into the rough
this season, winning four and losing live
of their matches. The four victories were
picked up at the expense of Bethel and
Bridgeville, who each went down to
defeat twice before the inexperiewzed
The only returning letterman was
Lee Owens. Rounding out the first live
were juniors Denny Sanders, Bob Bell,
R. D. Harlan, and sophomore jim
Coach Burrows' first team comprised
entirely of underclassmen should be
improved next season with the sfieied
impetus of experience gained this sea-4011.
On those winter afternoons when the G.A.A. can not
be found in the north gym, a visitor might be confronted
with the spectacle of ten boys, their shirt-tails out, rac-
ing up and down the floor while attempting to put a
ball through a hoop. Actually, this is a game in the
elimination tournament of the boys' intramural basket-
This league has several distinctions. It is the only one
in which a game has ever been O to O at the end of the
regulation time, in which a player has ever fouled out
for bumping one of his own team's players, or in which
a final score of 21 to 19 has ever been achieved by free-
throws alone! In spite of such incidents, though, many
games are well-played and exciting and each year about
seven hundred boys participate in the intramural ath-
Intramural wrestling has also proved popular, and, if
weather permits, soft-ball will become a permanent part
of the program. Intramural tennis is another recent in-
novation in the sports program. These activities, which
are governed by the Boys' Intramural Athletic Council,
provide an opportunity for any boy who otherwise might
not have the time or the talent to participate in varsity
"No, you canlt knock it out!
Not intramural-but a "grudge matchu be-
0 tween basketball managers and sophomores on
the J-V- team- Everybody wants the ball.
The work of a manager is unique, for who
else has the opportunity to wash football jer-
seys at one A.M., track down missing athletes
in strange mid-western cities, or combat the
effects of a cat that has been dead several days
between the roof and ceiling of a dressing
room? Managers must be durable, too, because
they are forever being beseiged by hordes of
athletics who clamer for new hip pads, a pair of
socks, or a roll of tape, A manager is also re-
quired to be present at every practice sesssion 3
and every interscholastic event of the athletic
team with which he is connected. The job does,
however, have its compensations. For one thing,
admission to athletic events is free, although
this reward is possibly a result of the fact that
nobody is around to collect tickets at the time
when the manager arrives. The managers do,
though, share in some of the beneiits of athletic
competition and are as elated over victory or
as disappointed over defeat as any member
of the team. Their job is dirty, time-consum-
ing, and tedious, but rewarding. Senior Manager Bob Freiland handing out equipment.
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ager George Winters.
A newly-formed swimming team keynoted the
G.A.A.'s activities in 1959. Girls who qualified par-
ticipated in several after-school meets. Softball, too,
which had been previously much-discussed but
never organized, became a part of the sports pro-
gram. The comparatively new gymnastic team prac-
ticed diligently to perfect difficult, eye-catching
stunts. And we welcomed the opportunity to play
in the regular tennequoit, basketball, and volleyball
Supplementing the after-school athletics of the
G.A.A. were several social events. The Halloween
Party, G.A.A. Bowling Party, and annual spring
formal completed the social schedule. In the spring,
we also enjoyed the annual Play Day, when visitors
from many high schools came to Mt. Lebanon to
participate in tournaments and contests.
All G.A.A. events were under the direction of the
Leaders Club, which was composed of girls who had
displayed athletic talent, leadership ability, and
Through the activities of the G.A.A., Mt. Lebanon
girls found new friends, developed game skills, and
learned good sportsmanship.
ROW 1: Marty Frame, Pat Connors, Janet Patterson, President
Judy Seidel, Marcie Smith, Pam Lore. ROW 2: Sandy Burr,
Gerry Narky, Claren Brooks, Gay Hugo, Sue Peckham, Regina
Hancock, Nancy Brown, Sharon Rock, Marilyn Dupree. ROW
3: Janis Beachler, Mary Stilli, Cynthia Price, Carolyn Gibson,
Nancy Zahniser, Rhea Rose, and Peggy Theis.
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A captivating hobo! 2 We lcultivated originelity of expression!
, "With the greatest of easel'
We expanded interests . . .
interests which began when we entered the pub-
lications office by mistake, admired someone's
performance on the stage, or read a gripping short
story. Our developing musicians practiced cease-
lessly, interpreted with imagination, and became
sensitive to the mood of Beethoven and the
rhythm of rock and roll. Newly-inspired journal-
ists Wrote with enthusiasm. Future scientists eX-
perimented endlessly, investigated with curiosity,
and began to have a conception of the atom, the
composition of a leaf, and the law of gravity. Our
students understood the value of service when
they gave homemade Christmas dolls to children
or relieved overburdened teachers of clerical work.
Not only our leading ladies, editors, and gridiron
heros, but also our walk-ons, reporters, and third-
string linemen expanded their interests in 1959.
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Realizing Our Ambitions V
Student Congress President Dick Seamans, Vice-
President Lee Wells, and Secretary Margie Hil-
singer accepted the privilege and the responsibility
of leading the student body during the first
A student of Mt. Lebanon High School respects
public, private, and school propertyg upholds his honor
and that of his school by maintaining high standards
of integrityg shows proper respect for all with Whom
he comes in contact, refrains from smoking and drink-
ing where such actions would discredit his schoolg be-
lieves that profanity is in poor taste and expresses
himself in other language, is a cautious and considerate
driver, will judge people by their merits irrespective
of race, religion, or nationalityg believes that it is as
important to be a good loser as to be a good Winner.
Through our Student Congress, we were able to
express our ideas and to begin to put them into prac-
tice. Each semester we elected representatives who car-
ried to the Student Congress our ideas for school im-
The accomplishments of the 1959 Student Congress
justified our pride in them. To relieve congestion in the
halls, they set up a new stair plan. Mt. Lebanon be-
came a fair-share school in a Congress-sponsored United
Fund drive. An intramural softball program was insti-
tuted. For the iirst time, all students had the oppor-
tunity to visit their governing body while it was in
session. A new Student Directory was delivered to
the students in time for addressing Christmas cards.
We exchanged taped discussions of our native lands
with Russian high schools.
The achievements of our Student Congress proved
that they were active and capable in 1959.
Put your X beside . .
The student directory committee
managed to compile the names, ad-
dresses, and telephone numbers of
2200 students, type them, and publish
the directory before Christmas so that
we were able to refer to them for
Christmas cards. Members were Pam
Lore, Bruce Schein, Debbie Smith,
Barbara Grose, Jim Price, and Bill
Contemplatmg their new responsibilities-Presi
dent Burt West, Vice President Jeff Neill, and
Secretary Kathy Young.
Let s ake all the stairways 'down'!"
Mrs. Haynes Mrs. Morgan Dr. Mills, Mrs. Cargill NHSS Funk Mr. Hadden jim Evans, Mr. Mehner
Nancy Zahniser, Tom Blackwood. Mary Weisigef, Bill Befll. Robby Davi-SOD, Barbara Clmffm
Ev' if ml
Karen Ch1'iStiaHSeH, Bob Coo. Susie Beidler, Kit Irwin, Margaret MQCKQV, Tim Smith,
Bob Maxwell, Rick Collins. Cindy Brown, Nancy Hilsingery Jim Watters-
Students who received Activities Keys: ROW 1: Pat Weaver, Judy Button, Diana Cole,
Nancy Wilder, Margie Hilsinger, Nancy Maxson, Suzy White, Delby Geeseman. ROW 2:
Carole Fulton, Karen Christiansen, Lana Mayberry, Cynthia Price, Nancy Barnhart, Beth
Breitenstein, Bonnie Knight. ROW 3: Jerry Negele, Ann jones, Carolyn Moore, Mary Kay
Dewees, Judy Seidel, Anne Witman, Mary Baird, Susie Beidler, Mary Weisiger, Debbie
Smith. ROW 4: Bob Taylor, George Winters, Dick Seamans, Tom Fink, Denny Sanders,
Ron Simon, Pete Field, Phil Gottschall.
Members of the Class of '59 who received Activities Guards were: Bob ' "M
Taylor, Susie Beidler, Anne Witman, Phil Gottschall, Suzy White, and yu if
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HARVARD CLUB BOOK AWARD
1959 LEBANON LOG
Editor Suzy White, and Literary Editor Bev Wo
faithful Log staff members included Mike Lavine,
Acsistant Editors Pat Quaid, Carl von Ende, Ellen
J Major, and Eva Foldes, and Nancy Barnhart.
Recipe for a successful yearbook: To one large
package of hard work -- brainstorming for original
ideasg planning layoutsg snapping hundreds of action
shots and mood picturesg writing reams of copyg past-
ing and gluing: add sudden inspirations-the new fac-
ulty sectiong the l59 format of the senior sectiong poign-
ant memories-an outstanding football seasong a
whirling round of graduation activitiesg and a large
dose of enthusiasm. Stir well, and season with optimism
and unity of purpose. Generously serves 2200 students
plus faculty, parents, and friends.
directed the activities of the 1959 Lebanon Log.
The hard work which the 1959 Log staff did was
symbolized by one light glowing in our school's corri-
dors when everyone else had gone home. While that
light burned, our yearbook slowly developed into an ac-
curate historical record and a well-integrated collection
of our impressions of 1959. And while the book grew,
the staff shared jokes and sang Christmas carols and
dreamed of the day when they could present the year-
book to Mt. Lebanon High School.
Here it is: the 1959 Lebanon Log!
Log Co-Editors Pat Weaver and Bob Taylor, Spoi
Editor Dave Wyles, Art Editor Judy Allen, Class
Diana Cole, Herb Short, Dale
McFeatters, and Judy Seidel worked
hard to produce Writeups with origi-
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Clever posters and slogans ar.-
nouncing the Log sales campaign
were prepared by Sharon Rubin-
stein, Ann Gibson, and Lois Mad-
Log photographers Bill Wicker, Dave Herzog, and John
Delo strove for the clarity and sharpness exemplified in these
Subscriptions, whether bought in
full or "on time," were carefully
recorded by the Log business staff
-janet Surbeck, Rita Geigerich,
Carolyn Tamplin, and Donna Hou-
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Notes Cn Th School' News
Members of the Lantern's editorial
staff were Feature Editor Pat Elli-
son, Co-Editor Judy Seidel, Co-Editor
Carol Kreh, News Editor Ann Welty,
Make-up Editor Wayne Nichols, and
Sports Editor Bob Coo.
The Lantern's business staff included
Circulation Manager Sandy Burr,
Treasurer Bonnie Raymond, Mailing
Carolyn Tamplin, and Circulation
Manager Vivian Leasure.
A new mast-head and some clever cartoons
inspired the staff of the Lebanon Lantern.
Eager to produce a good newspaper, student
workers ran between their sponsor and the
publications office, scouting for news, handing
out assignments, reading copy, and frantically
searching for one more typist. Creeping dead-
lines were met with efficiency. When the fin-
ished paper returned each time from the
printer, the Lantern office overflowed with edi-
tors, assembling the three parts of their publi-
cation-the newspaper, the Devilette: and the
Scholastic Roto, a national magazine. The office
echoed with "The pictures are terrific," "I don't
see a single misspelled wordf' and 4'Aren't you
glad we made the leading story double
The nine issues of the Lantern were de-
livered to most of Mt. Lebds students and
faculty, many outstanding members of our
community, and the subscribers on a large mail-
ing list by the capable business staff, which,
in September, aided by "Charlie Brown and
friends," had organized a successful sales cam-
With clearer pictures and more interesting
and complete news coverage as their goal, the
staff of the 1958-1959 Lebanon Lantern pub-
lished a superior newspaper.
How would some of Mt. Lebanon's stu-
dents have reacted if the Martians had
invaded . . . coke intead of water had
spurted from our fountains . . . easy chairs
had been installed in the classrooms? The
Devilette reported students' comments on
such imaginary situations as well as the
school's social news.
was capably managed by
Lantern workers prepared the newspaper, the
Scholastic Roto, and the Devilette for dis-
The school's social news was assembled for the Devi-
Iette by Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Raymondg Editors
Mimi Thompson, Carolyn Tamplin, and Barbara
AS LITERARY AS HOMER
ANDAS PQPULAR AS MAD
The twelfth year of Mounty production and
the second of its printed format have now been
completed. This year the editorial policy shifted
from an intellectual to a more popular style of
writing, without sacrifice in quality. Most of us
will never again read a simile without recalling
the magazine's advertising slogans, "Mounty-
as longed for as 3:20 p.m.," or "And now, your
thought for the day . . . "
The 1958-59 year was one in which many
ideas were formulated in the Mounty office. A
few, such as having a stereophonic set installed
in the spacious five by six foot cubicle which
goes under the name "office," didn't materialize,
but the Mounty did adopt a standardized cover
and initiate a new art policy. An improvement
in the quality of writing and production, as Well
as an increase in the length of the subscription
list were other results of the year's work.
In what has become Mounty tradition, the
staff produced five issues, four by the senior and
one by the junior editors. The content ranged
from short-story to poetry, from essay to sketch,
including material by both of Mt. Lebanon's
The various innovations and improvements
made the 1958-1959 Mounty a memorable one.
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124 Mounty regulars were Co-Editor Carolyn Moore, staff
member Stev G l d
e ar an , Co-Editor Beverly Wood, Busi-
ness Editor Diana Cole, and Co-Editor Herb Short.
The Mounty writing staff produced
original short stories, satirical articles,
plays, and poetry. Regular contributors
were Beth Breitenstein, Suzy White,
Mary Kay Dewees, Dale McFeatters,
and Skip Livingston.
The Mounty art staff introduced a Mounty typists worked diligently to
new format, including borders, full page produce articles which would photo-
illustrations, and a standardized cover. graph well. Nancy Jo Cotton, Vicki
Members were Anne Gibson, Ann Whar- Gribschaw, and Virginia Dau were mem-
ton, and Nancy Degnan. bers of the staff. Missing: Nancy Deg-
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QUILL AND SCROLL
Members of Quill and Scroll, chosen for
their literary talent and contributions by
the faculty members who worked with
them, were Linda Greenberg, Pat Weaver,
Bob Taylor, Bob Coo, ,,lParn Peterman,
John Mintun, Wayne Nicholas. Speaker
at their initiation was Mr. Nicholas.
Conversation at French Club meetings
was entirely in French. Members sang
French songs, saw slides of the French
countryside, and listened to French rec-
ords. Isabelle Bass, Candy Cooke, and
Ann McMillan were the officers.
Janis Beachler, Phil Gottschall, Co-
Editor Anne Witman, Cookie Schumaker,
and Co-Editor Mary Kay Dewees of the
Entertainment Bulletin kept us informed
about current books, movies, radio and
TV programs, and "date data?
F. N. A.
150 girls, interested in nursing or some
other phase of medicine, participated in
the Future Nurses of America Club. Joan
Stevens, Holly Wery, Mary Coltman, and
Lynn Lambert were the Club's Oflicers.
Ignoring the smell of formaldehyde, chess
club members engaged in brainracking
games among themselves far back in the
biology room. Their training for inter-
scholastic meets paid olfg they were able
to establish an impressive record. Seated:
John Delo, Jim Sayre, Truman Flowers,
Ron Nieman. Standing: Reggie Knapp.
F. T. A.
Teaching in our elementary schools,
proctoring makeup examinations, and
talking with educators about their field
were some of the activities of the Future
Teachers of America. Officers Terry Shaf-
fer, Terry Koerner, Kathy Young, and
Vanita Bauknight directed these activi-
Lin Lane, Anne Irwin, and Bob Carney,
officers of the National Thespians, re-
flected the enthusiasm for dramatics and
the "backstage fever" of the rest of the
troupe. A Thespian sponsored variety
show and Christmas program were high-
lights of the season.
Officers Debbie Smith, Margie McElray,
and Barbara Fink directed the activities
of The Future Homemakers of America.
Members put into practice principles of
homemaking which they had learned,
pooled knowledge about dressrnaking, child
care, and the proverbial "perfect scuffle",
and discussed possible careers in the
FRIENDSHIP THRCUGH SERVICE
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Explorer Scouts: seated: Len Goodman, Dave
standing: Vince Matthews, Lloyd
Schwartz, Bill Wurzbach.
Through the Y-Teens organizations, Mt.
Lebanon girls served others while they served
themselves. In 1959, they made dolls for or-
phan children, sponsored a circus, listened to
speakers, and discussed college, careers, and
current problems. Bi-weekly meetings consisted
of devotions, work on projects, discussions, and
lectures. Occasionally, a picnic, covered dish
dinner, or holiday party took the place of a
regular meeting. Senior Alphas, Junior Betas,
and Sophomore Sigmas and Deltas attempted
to achieve a balance among their activities and
strove to develop physically, intellectually, and
spiritually. They learned the satisfaction of
working for others while they made friends
among themselves and discovered where their
capabilities and interests lay. Throughout the
year, the watchword of Mt. Lebanon's active Y-
Teens was "Friendship through servicef'
Officers: seated: Dana Smith, Diane Krueger,
and Regan Hall.
Officers: Marilyn Dupree, Susie Becker, and Standing: R0Sema1'Y Wafnefy and
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Beta Y-Teen Officers: FRONT ROW: Ellen Major, Alpha Y-Teen Officers: FRONT ROW: Pam Lore, Jean
Nancy Zahniser, Hglly Wery, BACK ROW: Lee MC- Scott, Janet SUrbeCk. BACK ROW! D0nna HOUSET,
Nair, Barb Neill, Judy Button, Kathy Mayes.
Toward physical, intellectual, and spiritual growth
Knee-deep in tickets and novel ideas for
dances, the social committee was always able
to corner the most likely student buyers and
to select the most appropriate themes for our
Richard Bollinger, Dick Marshall
No curtain calls for these men of the
theater! But the ushers efficiently directed our
students entering and leaving the auditorium.
The efforts of hardworking students were
recognized by members of the honor award
committee who worked even harder recording
their activities points.
LOST AND FOUND
Numerous items lost by harried students
were sorted by the members of the squad who
found some of them fascinating. New cate-
gories were created for an orange and a bat-
tered autograph hound.
Phil Gottschall, Regie Knapp, jim Barrick
"Never pour sulfuric acid into water." Or
was it, "Never pour water into sulfuric acid?"
Happily, the chemistry squad found handy
references to assure them that their experi-
ments would be executed with as much effi-
ciency as their cleaning of the lab.
No one but a member of the physics squad
would believe that pipeless faucets could spurt
real water. These inquisitive students not only
believed in themg they produced them.
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The members of the biology squad, con-
stantly reminding themselves that their efforts
would be rewarded, faithfully watered our
numerous plants each day. By the time this
picture was taken, one plant had already
grown almost big enough to lure the camera's
eye away from them.
HOST AND HOSTESS
A new cafeteria-traffic plan and the en-
couraged orderliness of the to-and from-lunch
lines enabled most students to savor their
meals instead of gobbling them. The credit
belonged to the host and hostess squad. 131
The scholastic committee earned
an "A" for its work in compiling the
honor rolls at the end of each semes-
joan Stein, Rena McGinnis
Sorting and issuing pink slips, blue
slips, and yellow slips occupied much
of the time of these squad members
who encountered a variety of student
excuses as well as several perfect at-
juggling advertising slogans, offi-
cial announcements, and social re-
minders so that the whole student
body was aware of all of them was
no small job. But the members of
the publicity squad were experts and
managed to keep us well-informed.
Bill M ehaHey
Five minutes was never a long
enough time in which to walk from
a class at one end of the building to
another at the other end, but bright
corridors are far easier to traverse
than dark ones. The traffic squad
deserves credit for keeping the halls
WAYS AND MEANS
Dick Reed, jerry Negele
'tCandy!l' "Hot Dogs!" "Pepsi!"
Keeping the students well-fed and
the coffers full was a job this squad
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All the accoutrements of a diplo-
matic tea party, including a silver
tea service and souvenir ashtrays
were produced by imaginative mem-
bers of the properties committee.
Capacity football crowds taxed the
resources of these students, who al-
ways managed to find room for one
more-whether that Hone" was a
small truck or a large Triumph.
Students, parents, and visitors ap-
preciated the guidance of the girls'
ushers squad at lectures and at our
A safety poster or an abstract portrayal of
our main lobby at 3:20 were considered with
equal gravity by members of this squad who
created both with imagination.
Visitors and new students were able to
locate essential parts of the schoolfsuch as
the cafeteria and the library-with the aid of
the information squad.
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"530.7, 452.8 ,.... " Some math student
copying a column of figures? Not quite-it's a
member of the library squad going about her
work of placing books back on shelves so that
other students may take them off again.
joan Stephens, Ann Lewis, and Diane Krueger
This squad administered the proper remedy
for every complaint--rest and soda water for
a stomach ache or a yellow back-to-class slip
for a difficult Latin test.
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Keeping ahead of the achievements of Mt.
Lebanon High School's graduates was not an
easy task, but these students handled the job
john Conner, Bruce Schein
Announcements turned in at 8:39 were read
with proper expression and infinite calm by
members of the Lebo Broadcasting System,
who also presented weekly sportscasts and
DEVOTI ON AL
Inspirational programs were prepared and
presented to the students on Thursday morn-
ings and special occasions by members of the
The hospitality squad's first customers were
our exchange students, who, eager to see
everything and meet everybody, reminded the
squad of places and people they had forgotten
over the summer.
Fascinated by the complex control
board of our public address system,
these students kept it in top condi-
tion. In addition to their regular
duties, they were always on hand for
Bonnie Armstrong, Mary Breitenstein
Coats and hats occupied a great
deal of space in the check room, but
less in the minds of squad members
who were much more interested in
the kumquats and ukulele strings
left with them.
Mt. Lebanon High School's bulle-
tin boards supplied college informa-
tion and reminders of special events
throughout the year. The bulletin
board squad saw that fresh boards
were up regularly.
Holly Wery and Ronnie Johnsen
"The things you keep, you loseg
what you give away, you keep for-
ever." With that motto, the Red
Cross squad was able to provide par-
ties for underprivileged children and
clothes for needy friends abroad.
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Proper tassels for an Arab's cap
and convincing female attire for men
were everyday occurrences in cos-
tume committee members' lives.
Dot Fitch, jan Zivic
A dab of rouge and a touch of
powder emphasized our actors por-
trayals of diplomats, clubwomen, and
Biblical characters. The makeup was
applied with diligence and artistry
by members of this squad.
Projection squad members rarely
get wrapped up in their work. One
reason could be that two thousand
feet of film, technicolor or not, is a
great deal in which to be entangled.
Unusual lighting effects and unique
sets were specialties of the stage
crew. These boys saw the school's
productions from an uncommon
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Center: Kunic, Kengott, Kerr, Zuck, Ehlers, Dau. First Row: Ensley, Blair, Was-
ser, Newbold, Culbertson, Field, Williams, Myton, Grabe. Second Row: McCain
Rea, Tweedy, Pfendler, Diana Cole, Dan Cole, M. Richards, Wian, Miller, ,I
Hersh, Kapp, Early, Cover, Ayers, Brunn. Third Row: C. Anderson, Moore, Rock-
wood, Neill, Sargent, Dewees, Major, Young, May, Price, B. Richards, A. Hersh
Tillson, White. Fourth Row: Hammond, Hecht, Benz, Fouse, Reeves, Close, Taylor,
Arndt, Schmidt, Weisbrod.
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We didn't have 76 trombones, but
we did have this impressive section
including Jones, A. Hersh, Reichard,
Bill Richards, Erdner, Haight, Mac-
Intyre, Dillner, Elliott, Cronk, Bar-
son, Eden-Kilgour, R. Anderson,
Dooley, Oelschlager, Ferry, Tillson,
Feigenbaum, and White.
In August, before most of our students were be-
ginning to think of school, the 1959 Mt. Lebanon
Band was preparing a show for the Annual Shrine
Game. Our band consisted of 150 members, each
of whom worked hard as an individual to pre-
sent the polished unit as a whole. The result was
one of the most accomplished groups of musicians
ever to come from Mt. Lebanon High School. The
band forfeited a trip to the Brussels World Fair in
order to prepare for their second appearance at
the Tournament of Roses Parade.
During the Football season, we were welcomed
to the stadium by the "street-beat" of the drums.
The bandys numerous half-time shows spurred our
enthusiasm and team spirit.
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Our concert and select bands performed often
and with skill. The concert band, composed of stu-
dents from the "Marching 200," was privileged to
have guest directors from all parts of the country.
F orty-five band students of exceptional ability were
chosen to play in the Select Band, which performed
at the Shriners' Luncheon. Virginia Dau, Al Ham-
mond, and Roger Blair were selected to: play in
the District Band. Roger earned the additional
honor of performing with the State Band.
With unlimited spirit, substantiated by endless
drill and practice, our band developed into a highly
skilled organization of which we were immensely
proud in 1959.
Center: Kunic, Kengott, G. Gribshaw, Brower,
Schweinsberg. First Row: Blair, Ensley, Was-
ser, Newbold, Pfendler, McCain, B. Kapp, V.
Gribshaw, J. Anderson, Orr, Kerr, Zuck, Eh-
lers, Dau, Culbertson, Field, Kurtz, Hender-
son, Williams, Rizzo, Myton, Grabe. Second
Row: Rea, Tweedy, C. Anderson, Kredel,
Moore, Rockwood, Clark, Gehring, Neill,
k' Dewees, Sargent, May, Martin, Price, Bennet,
K Young, Plummer, Major, Richard, Stilli, Con-
nor, Mayberry, Diana Cole, Dan Cole, Neimi,
Bob Harris, M. Richards, Wian, Ferson, Bay-
ers, Satteriield, Miller, J. Hersh, R. Kapp.
Row Three: Kanters, Van Gelder, Landefeld,
Rolls, Bender, Weaver, G. Brown, E. Spring,
M. Stearnes, Keim, Meyer, Rodgers, Simon,
Guy, Thompson, Eaton, J. Iams, Rowswell,
Cipriani, Wilson, Lauffer, Bruce Harris, K.
Reichard, N. Reichard, Barson, Jones, Dooley,
B. Richards, Dillner, Elliott, Oelschlager, Mac-
Intyre, Early, Cover, Ayers, Wolfers, Brunn.
Row Four: Melvin, M. Brown, Conlan, C.
Spring, Browarsky, Hogg, Hoover, Oates,
Hewitt, Weisbrod, Wiant, Arndt, Wharton,
Hammond, Benz, Grove, Hecht, Hildebrant,
C. Iams, Pozzi, Reeves, Close, Taylor, Fouse,
Oifutt, Allen, Schmidt, Tripp, Connelly,
Horswell, Harshbarger, I. Kunic, Cronk, Eden-
Kilgour, Feigenbaum, R. Anderson, Ferry,
Haight, Erdner, A. Hersh, Tillson, White.
Three minutes until show time!
"Stairway to the Stars"
The Mardi Gras Parade!
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Mt. Lebanon High School Band-
the largest single organization to
march in the Tournament of Roses
Ever our praises shall ring
4 April 17 and 18 found the sixty-eight musi-
Ecians in Haverford, Pennsylvania where they
Ni played in a concert-exchange program. The
If Haverford orchestra then performed for them,
Q. after which members of both musical organiza-
' tions attended a dance.
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Under the sensitive baton of Mr. Arthur
Yagello, the versatile Mt. Lebanon High School
Orchestra again outdid itself in 1959. Exciting
interpretations of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus,
Tchaikovsky's March Slav, and Gershwin's
Porgy and Bess enriched our assemblies
throughout the year.
The orchestra's Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday rehearsals were rewarded by perfect
performances at the Christmas Show, Senior
Play, and Junior Programs. Their Mt. Lebanon
programs were climaxed by the Annual Orches-
tra Concert and the formal Spring Concert.
Karen Braddock, Sharon Shoemaker, Debbie Evans, Don Bane, Sue Hof-
7 . mann, Judy Bickel, Gayle Van Sant, Richard Peters, Rita Fisher, Jean
Kernahan, Leslie Runger.
FIRST ROW: S. Hofmann, K. Braddock, J. Evans, C. Moore, K. Grimm,
Arthur Yagello, S. Warren, M. Mackay, L. Ricca, V. Bauknight, A. Mol-
lenauer. SECOND ROW: M. Dilling, D. Evans, L. Schugar, D. Schwartz,
N. Griffee, B. Smith, S. Wilson, J. Stermer, D. White, A. Schade. THIRD
ROW: S. Shoemaker, M. Singer, S. Rucker, C. Kulik, C. Phinney, Linda
Pfendler. FOURTH ROW: R. Peters, R. Fisher, J. Kernahan, L. Runger.
FIFTH ROW: B. Tournay, A. Hauser, A. Goulding, R. Dewees, D. Easton,
S. Livingston, T. Fink, S. Dole, R. Monsch,'Wm. Hecht, S. Moore, J. Jeff-
cott, Wm. Henninger, F. Bailey, B. West, E. Karnofsky. SIXTH ROW:
R. Abernathy, C. Hahn, L. Wilmot, C. Peterson, D. Houser, W. Fisher,
E. O'Neil, J. Yagello, B. Faircloth, D. Mackay, A. Schenck, N. Karsten,
J. Dittmar, H. Ruben, R. Johnson, D. Magowan, B. Blansett, G. Van Sant,
M. Service. SEVENTH ROW: S. White, B. Seamans, D. Klaber, K.
Flaerty, E. Stahl, N. Nuernberg, D. Yeager, J. Hall, B. Rothfus, J. Bickel.
Director Yagello with first violist Alice Mollenauer
first ilutist Carolyn Moore, and concert mistress Suzanne
MUSICAL MERIT AND MERRIMENT
The hushed communion of a sad Negro spiritual
and the gaiety of a tune from South Pacific were
both parts of the musical experience of Mt. Leban-
on's chorus members. Students humming in the halls
between periods were likely to belong to our mixed
chorus, girls, glee club, devotional choir, or triple
trio, under the direction of Miss May K. Sneary, or
the boys' glee club, led by Mr. Julian Myers.
Members of the five groups were selected from
many talented applicants. But unique to the triple
trio and devotional choir was their selectivity. Rug-
ged auditions in the fall sifted out the most melodious
voices for these organizations. We heard the devo-
tional choir every Thursday morning when they
assisted the devotional committee in presenting
inspirational programs. The triple trio performed
not only for us but also for women's clubs, church
groups, and musicales.
In 1959 the PMEA festival, held at Mt. Lebanon,
included participants from all of our music groups
as well as members of visiting organizations. Several
days of musical activity were climaxed by two
Another highlight of the choral season was our
formal concert. This year, two pianists, a cellist,
and three vocalists combined their talents to present
an enjoyable evening of music.
Through numerous and pleasant choral activities
at Mt. Lebanon High School, we came to realize
that choral music had been an integral part of our
Mixed Chorus Members-ROW 1: Diane Ramsey, Sue Crouch, Joy Wertz, Judy Button,
Anne Witman, Judie Hoag, Sandy Dublin, Beth Miller. ROW 2: Judy Hubbell, Nancy Taye
lor, Judy Morris, Karen Christiansen, Ginny Bright, Carol Reilly, Joyce Quimby, Linda Fox,
Cindy Norris, Sally Disponetti, Connie Witt, Cindi Barrett. ROW 3: Joyce Schnars, Mary
Baird, Linda Poole, Sandy Burr, Joyce Kassing, Eleanor Schwartz, Sue Peckham, Miriam
Kelly, Dorothee Sattler, Mildred Holmquist. ROW 4: Bill Coho, Steve Ferito, Mark Wise,
John Campbell, Skip McGrew, Wally McAllister, Bob Schaefers, David Ross, Roger Lory,
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
ROW 1: Carol Sue Menne, Sherry Gealy, Ann Sollenberger,
jean Landefeld, Carol Zepp, Ellen Pope. ROW 2: Miriam Buck-
ingham, Mary Ellen Houston, Carol Weller, Melody Folwell,
Sylvia May, Pat Jacob, Ellen Sedlak. ROW 3: Marsha Mock,
Mary Ann Flory, Peggy Bauer, Susie Becker, Rosemary Werner,
Rosalyn Rhone, janet Albert. MISSING: Judy Reynolds, Ac-
companist Linda Brodmerkel.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Beside piano: Skip McGrew, Bill Coho. First Row: Robbie Heist, Al Wolfers, Dario Cas-
telli, Dave Gullion, John Campbell, Joe Ott, Wally McCollum, Dave Tomb. Second Row:
Tim Brunn, Dick Bollinger, Bruce Schein, Les Skender, Bob Schaefers, Herb Short, Bill
Mehaffey, Denny Sanders, Roger Lory, Tom Jordan, Bob Tutt.
ROW 1: Pat Jacob, Jean Housekeeper, Ginny Burrows, Joyce
ham, Miriam Kelly. ROW 2: Steve Ferito, Joe Ott, Tom Fink,
Jeff Neill, Al Wolfers, Dave Ross. Accompanist: Mary Baird.
Triple Trio: Pianist Barbara Fulton. ROW 1:
Diane Ramsey, Judy Button, Joy Wertz, Anne
Witman, Cindi Barrett, Sue Crouch. ROW 2:
Alternates Ann Sollenberger and Connie Witt,
Sandy Dublin, Judie Hoag, and Beth Miller.
MISSING: Alternate Sylvia May.
The cast of our novel Christmas show presented inspira-
tional music, which they illustrated with colorful tableaus.
Schnars, Nancy Taylor, Judy Housekeeper, Miriam Bucking-
Formal concert artists were Gail Van Sant,
Linda Hoffman, Boyce Reid, Ellen Karnofsky,
Marcia Service, Bruce Schein, Kurt johnson
Diane Helm, Cindi Barrett, Miriam Kelly
Judie Hoag, and Beth Miller.
"For unto us a child is born . . . "
Cindi Barrett, Mary Baird, Barbara Fulton, and Linda Brod
HIGH LEVEL HI-JINKS
Tea and sandwiches are not the only attractions
at diplomatic parties, as this year's Senior Play
pointed out. First Lady was a cosmopolitan comedy
concerned with top-level tussles between Washing-
ton hostesses. Lucy Chase Wayne, granddaughter of
a former President and wife of the Secretary of State,
rebelled against the idea of her social rival, Irene
Hibbard, presiding over the White House. Lucy
utilized every means she could think of to prevent
Irene's 'telectionw-she even combed the Congres-
sional Records and delved into international divorce
laws. Her efforts were sincere, amusing, and hnally
Fast-paced, subtle dialogue and several neat twists
of irony kept the drama moving quickly. Written at
the time of Alice Longworth Roosevelt, First Lady
has a universality which made its presentation ap-
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Scenic design included majestic columns and an
invisible wall. The large supporting cast was made
up of pseudo Arabs with authentic tassles, Chinese
delegates, and French statesmen.
The class of '59 brought vitality and sparkling wit
to a skillful satire. The result was a brilliant dra-
matic production with a professional flair. "Bless you!"
"Anyway, he's from one of those rug countries!"
ucy,won't you go up and dress?',
'4Ah like to died!"
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Dodo and Steve, Baroness and Ortega!
The flghfs OU! Enter Mrs. Creevey-six million women behind her
We gathered memories. . .
memories which began as we Walked to school on
snowy mornings, to football games on crisp evenings,
to midnight church services under humming stars,
as we ran toward the park in a snake chain, through
the halls when we were late for class, as We talked
at French club meetings, at social gatheringsg as We
sang the alma mater at football games, Christmas
carols in our classesg as we shouted cheers at pep rallies,
as We dreamed of dances, of straight-A report cards,
of graduation and college. Significant were all the
events which made up the daily round, and each one
became part of the memories we gathered in 1959.
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All they need are hula hoops!
Schedule changes, new lockers, and adjust-
ment to classes faded as the annual bonfire
glowed against the sky. Students who dreaded
waking up early in the morning again were
shocked out of their summertime drowsiness
by a daily march time rendition of "California,
Here We Come!" Homework again became a
much-complained-about but nevertheless rou-
tine part of every day. Publications launched
their sales campaigns, rehearsals for the Senior
Play began, and a French club was organized.
The kickoff dance preceded what was perhaps
Mt. Lebanon's best football season. Mt. Leba-
non's students sang, danced, and impersonated
others in an exceptional variety show. The GAA
party and the Halloween Hangover set the
mood for holiday parties to come. A large
pumpkin face made by our newly-born flash
card section appeared at a pep rally and a
football game. And Seniors who could not
quite absorb the idea of their new position
were convinced at the Senior Recognition game.
Thanksgiving Day brought satisfying turkey
dinners after which students paused to look
back, satisfied, at a hectic but happy autumn.
School spirit ignited!
Some people will do anything to get that apple a day! Bilko's buddies!
Short skirts are in fashion this year!
That Mexican Havor
"Put your right foot in!"
Makeup mischief! I
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Chairman Sue Curran leading the
Grand March at the Stardust!
Stardust Queen Betsy Corwin and
her court-Mary Beth Englehart,
Julie Moffett, Barbara Watchorn,
and Gwynne Williams!
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Winter descended in full as plans for our Christmas
how were made. Rehearsals of the elaborate tableaus
nd inspiring music were frequently interrupted, how-
ver, by the long assignments which we completed in
reparation for semester tests and by holiday parties.
obogganing, carol-singing, and the Stardust and Snow-
all comprised our social life. Through the rush of
hristmas celebrations, our party mood remained, and
t grew with the coming of the New Year.
The New Year symbolized many things to many
Jeople. For most of us, January 1 meant watching the
Jand march in the Tournament of Roses Parade. To the
Seniors, the New Year made graduation a reality in-
stead of a distant hope. And Januaryis activities loomed
:loser to all of us. Semester tests followed the holidays
vith amazing rapidity, but we survived them. We had
:he opportunity to release our energy at the Sadie Haw-
rins, and when we returned to school, we were full of
'esolutions to make the spring semester a bright and
Melodies so entrancing!
Christmas Belles: Snowball Queen
Pat Weaver and her court-Joanne
Cibrone, Joan Gilliland, Margie Hil-
singer, Beth Breitenstein, Barbara
Irwin, and Gwynne Williams.
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"We look sharp-we're from Mt. Lebo!" Our stu-
dents became familiar with the music which the band
practiced endlessly in their constant effort to "look
sharp." Hours of precision drill, weeks of selling Christ-
mas trees and working hard at individual jobs prepared
band members for their trip. Each autumn per-
formance, climaxed by "California, Here We Come,"
brought the band a little closer to California. With
every beat of the big bass drum, each quarter-turn, our
band was developing into the polished unit which
marched in the Tournament of Roses Parade. Our band
did "look sharp', on New Year's Day, 1959.
The thrill of marching in the Rose Bowl Parade
was heightened by a visit to Disneyland and an enthusi-
astic reception by the city of Cheyenne. When band
members, full of anecdotes, impressions, and observa-
tions, returned from California on their own special
train, they reflected the pride they felt in their per-
Mr. Prutzman is happy to finally be in California!
Keeping in shape!
No time for eating!
Sunday services en route to California
"Listen carefully! Are we in tune?"
A trip to Alpine Lodge, Utah!
The Grand Canyo
Show before the show!
A visit to Fantasylandl
We rated a police escort!
Our own cheering section!
THE ENCHANTMENT OF SPRING
"One, two . . . you goofed!"
"Smile purty for the photogry man!"
"While them fellows is restin', we can play some good moonshine
"Ma always said we'd make the pictures the hard way!"
A Matchmaker makes her own match.
Confusion in the "big city."
Some people will do anything!
"HAIL T0 THE CLASS OF l59!"
Senior Day, 1959, was a constant flashing of
green and white, a blaring horn, laughter-the vis-
ible proclamation of the culmination of four years
of effort. Green and white ribbons became tasselsg
rings were reversed. Slumber parties, senior break-
fasts, the Prom, the Bruno dance, and the picnic-
through it all ran the thread of accomplishment, the
excitement of beginning. Seniors danced, swam, ate,
cheered, and danced again. They attended an as-
sembly at which they and their classmates were
honored, they participated in school and commun-
ity activities planned for them, speaking silently to
them, "We're proud of your past, we believe in your
future? The solemn moment of graduation arrived:
after the sobering effect of speeches and ceremonial
honors, the Seniors stood silently, diplomas in their
hands . . . Suddenly, they tossed their caps high into
the air and cheered!
Senior Council members, under the direction of Mrs. Cargill,
planned and organized lively Senior activities. They were-
ROW 1: Delores Gabrenas, Judy Gira, Joan Stein, Kathy Young,
sponsor Mrs. Cargill, Jeff Neill, Nancy Barnhart, Ann Jones.
ROW 2: Jeanette Walker, Dodie Chappell, Mary Ann Wiedt,
Carol Irwin, Nancy Sherbondy. ROW 3: Bob Peterson, Ron
Simon, Bill Carman, Dick Garlitz, and Tom Blackwood.
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