Munhall High School - Munhisko Yearbook (Munhall, PA)
- Class of 1937
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1937 volume:
MUNHISKO -- 1937
YEAR IN PICTURE AND TYPE
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A GRAPHIC PRESENTATION
YEAR'S ACTIVITIES AT IVILINHALL
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Bliss Thelma Berger, the captain of the Senior Class
Ship of 1937. Through our four years of High School,
she has guided our class in the wisest and most benea-
hcial course possible and has helped to create a most
delightful outloolc. So to express our gratitude and
appreciation to such a priceless class adviser, we dedicate
this 1937 Munhislco, the log of our ship, to-the
W E P R E S E N T
the 1037 annual of Munhail High School. The staff
hai aimed to IiOYiCiC a viviff and eoinphete picture oft
student life and activities at Nlunhali. Inforniality is
the keynote, as beiits such a production. A new high in
originality, elearness of presentation, and interest has
been achieved. In the days to come, may this Nlunhisko
bring you pleasant recollections of your days spent in
Munhall High Sehool.
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Containing Pictures and Accounts
' The Board of Education
' The Superintendent
' The Principal
' The Faculty
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l cttion for the past twelve years. Many of you
Your community has given you an etu 2
mrtion of vour life See to it that the younger
will return to that community for the major p ' J . . ,
ducfttion even better than you have secured. lbo not let
members of that group secure an e C
the schools suffer from
Wfhenever there is
for your choice. You
other fellow do things. Get into the struggle
lack of intelligent supl
an election, be sure to
should now know the value of your vote.
vote for the best men and women presented
lt is so easy to let the
for the better things for your community.
ic Ritfhteousness. Your
There is another obligation for you to realize. That is Civ g
community demands religion of vou. " ell 'ion involves two things: vour relation to the
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infinite loving Father whom we call Godg and
ability of man-every man. It takes thought.
tion in life like itf'
I wish you Godspeed in your life of real
of the Munhall School District.
your idea of the divine nature and perfect
and it is not easy-but there is no satisfnc
worth to your community as 21 representative
Cu,xm.Rs R. STONE
MR. M. XV. VVH1-:RRY
This world net-ds vountf Jeoale with modern learninff and old-fashioned morals and
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principles. It needs young workers who expect to work: who are not l
ooking for soft
snaps or easy roads to prosperity. It needs boys and girls with perseverance and courage.
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t nctcs the youth who tan stand up under poverty and make an educated man of him: ,lf
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lt needs the girl whose Ideal of womanhood lifts her above her cheap or costlv gown 'ind
her an intelligent. thinking woman who expects to give value received for everv-
thing she gets in life: whose ideal makes her a tru, ff l
school, or in society.
makes of J
e bent ewoman whether in the home,
This world wants boys and girls who conscientiously strive to embody within their own
characters the best of all the attributes that the ages have ta fflt
iubi us it is good for men to
May Munhall Iliffh School have helped vou, its 193' ff 1 l
approach these ideals.
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MRS. limcbxxon ICIJXIVYIJS
Miss Roycroft Miss Hall Miss Rishebcrger
Miss Rush Miss Frederictk Mrs. Hill
Miss Hendall Miss VVilliams Miss Daly
Miss Albert Mr. VValbert
No school is complete without a faculty: thus no yearbook is complete without a description of our
teachers and their departments. Let us do a little XYinchelling:
The tirst group we come upon is our Iingjlish teachers. 'l'hey are talking away earnestly. XYell, well.
it looks like a Very heated discussion. NYhat's this? "Shakespeare is not the most famous of English
dramatists?" XYell, what do you know about that? You c:m't understand why pupils don't like to dia-
gram sentences? XYhy. say! l can tell you. They look too much like geometric tigures.
Did you say something about geometric figures? Ah! a voice from nowhere. Oh! it's the mathe-
matics group. Your pupils get the x's and yls mixed. Mr. lfrantz? XYhat's that. Miss Viliddowson?
You can't make them understand that a straight line is the shortest distance between two points? I have
the solution! XVhy not refer your pupils to the commercial teachers? Shorthand ought to teach them
how to take shortcuts.
Shortcuts? ? ? Why. Miss Markey, you seem depressed. Oh. l see. if your pupils would only learn
their word signs. they could take lots of shortcuts. And what about typing. Miss Berger? "They are
too careless!" Say, now. your pupils aren't as bad as all that, are they?
Nliss Cosgrove Klr. liusch Hr. Shannon
Miss ll. jones Nliss NYelsh Xliss Briggs
Nliss Mosbacher Nliss Keltz Mr. Erand
Nliss G. -Tones Xliss Stevens
Miss Newell Miss MacBeth
Mr, Vl'eaver MT- Frantz Miss Markey
Mr. Cross Miss Vviddowson Mr. Clements
Mr. Todd Mr- Charlton Miss Berger
Miss COX Mr. McCarthy
Come and see what we have over here. lYhv, it's Mr. Be f rs solvin r chemistrv roblems. Mr.
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Berger is doubting the solution but it must be all right because everybody else donates his hearty ap-
Ah! History in the making! Do you think so. Mr. Hyatt? Mr, lilkins. your "Learning Threads"
have left quite an impression on the minds of many history pupils. Did you ask what kind of an im-
pression? lYell. maybe we should talk about something else.
l'arlez vous francais? Non? Miss Daly does, and she has taught her pupils to speak French quite
tluently. livery Monday the German classes vocalize. German surely gets a licking on that clay.
Our pupils have learned those clear, musical notes from Mr. Todd. And. for those who don't care
much for music. we have a line art department. Mr. lYeaver can teach you to draw anything from soup
Speaking of food, let's slip over to the domestic science rooms. I know Miss Cox and Miss Newell
will be able to appease our appetites. If you eat too much. Miss 'Upton will gladly give you a work-out.
She will take care of those excess pounds.
And now, I'll let you in on a little secret. If you want a favor done, why not consult one of our
secretaries? They are always willing' to lend a helping hand.
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Presenting in Picture
' The Graduates
' The juniors
' The Lower Classes
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President . . . leading man . . .
debonair . . . has a yen for chicken
and outdoor sports , . . quite active
in school . . . to become an execu-
Curly hair . . . chubby . .
straight forward , . . sociable . . .
charming . . . reading and swim-
ming are her pastimes . . . would
rather be happy than successful . . .
will probably be both.
Tall and thin . . . appreciates
llepburn's acting and Allen's
comedy . . . determined to become :I
stenographer and . . . stay single.
-but with those eyes and that smile
we say she hasn't got a chance.
Tall . . . curly hair . . . broad
grin . . . accomplished public speak-
er . . . ardent stamp collector . . .
thinks roller skating is fun . . .
and dancing to Benny Goodman is
Average height . . . seldom heard
. . . agreeable . . . likes football
and baseball . . . goes about his own
business, not bothering anyone.
Slim . . . dignified . . . designs
her own wardrobe . . . determined
to succeed as a dress model . . .
weakens to tall masculine males.
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Slim and blonde with a line that
trips them all . . . swims. dances,
and romances with one of our nicest
football heroes . . . drives a Chrys-
Infectious enthusiasm . . . stal-
wart . . . masculine . . . subtle
sense of humor underlying serious-
ness . . . puts liinnie Barnes and
Carnegie Tech at the head of his
list . . . will be a successful artist.
Lovely complexion . . . pretty
blonde hair . . . happy-go-lucky
, . . tomboy . . . participates in ath-
letics, particularly basketball.
Slim . , . gabby . . . optimistic
. . . dances, knits and concentrates
on a good time . . . can't resist
Robert Montgomery . . . will go
abroad to study.
Souvenir collector . . . would
like to add Garbo and Ozzie Nelson
to her collection . . . prefers Jack
Benny and ice cream.
Unaffected manner . . . earnest
. . . quiet . . . favors Yale Col-
lege and Jeanette McDonald . . .
will say Uyesn to some handsome
Lanky six-footer , . , one of No.
4's tire boys . . . aims to become
president so he can revolutionize
the social system and abolish all
but football and fun,
BLEWITT, BETTY JANE
Tiny blonde . . . chatterbox . . .
pretty Blue eyes . . . likes ROHM
Taylor and typing . . . Tunes in
on Burns and Allen and Andre
Kostelonatz . . . future private
VVinsome . . . coquette . . . am-
bitious . . . air-minded . . . tiair
for woodwork . . . weakness for
Shep Fields and Katherine llepburn
. . . sorry, boys, she's altar bound.
Slim . . . sophisticated . . . ami-
able . . . friendly , . . spontaneous
giggle . . . interested in typing . . .
aims to be a successful kindergar-
Ilignified . . . skillful artist . . .
unconquerable good humorfcank
say "No" to chicken and noodles
. . . off to Indiana State to be a
Short . . . blond . . . jovial . . .
drives a car . . , member of our
band . . . etticient clarinet player.
Tuesday, Sept. lfFirst day of school and loads of fun.
VVednesday, Sept. 2-Oblilili-What F ? ?? Homework so
Thursday, Sept. 3-What? That noise? Ohvtliats just
the XYhitaker gang chugging up Andrew Street in
Eddie XVilding's Paige.
Monday. Sept. 7-Labor Day! Oh, Labor Day! How
we love Labor Day! CXYitb apologies to Nlairy Liv-
Wednesday, Sept. 9-Too much harmony! Mr. VVherry
interrupts the Andrew Street Glee Club at noon.
lntriguing smile . , . life of the
party . . . sparkling . . . dreads
quizzes . . . dances . . . swims . . .
concentrates on a good time . . .
will be a teacher.
BUJKO, ANNA MAE
'l1a.lkative cal-m-adnd colleeted f
. . . smiling brown eyes . . . goes
for music, fruit and Kay Francis
. . . swims, reads and sews . . .
expert typist , . . will be an effi-
Curly top . . . efticient . . . active
. . . prefers German . . . and ban-
ana cream pie . . . skillful airplane
model builder . . . will be a suc-
cessful transport pilot.
'l'al1 . . . blonde . . . easy going
. . . veteran of the Stage Guild . . .
spends most of his time joking and
laughing . . . and the, rest trying to
decide his future.
Lots of vitality . . . honey-color-
ed hair . . . your rings aren't safe
around Mickey . . . she collects
'em . . . never says quit , . .will go
to l'itt . . . intends to teach.
Distinctive personality . . . in-
tellectual . . , don't argue with hirn.
folks . . . he always wins! . . . en-
joys Paul Nluni's acting and good
music . . . really likes to work . . .
will be a teacher.
Genial . . . ambitious . . . keenly
interested in baseball . . . wouldn't
miss Ginger Rogers . . . reads in his
spare time . . . intends to make
headlines as a major league baseball
Iirown-eyed brunette with a lively
interest in chemistry . . . friendly
. . . honor student . . . cheers her-
self hoarse at a football game . . .
one member of the class most likely
A madcap . . . has the time of
her life ,doing nothing . . . bewild-
ered with chemistry . . . delighted
with English . . . swings with Kay
Kyser . . . will make a charming
Small . . . determined . . . sin-
cere . . . mania for French . . .
goes for good books, tall blonds.
and joel KIcCrea . . . will be a lab-
Expansive grin . . . good-natured
. . , loquacious . . . faxiors business .
training and Pitt . . . will be a
Appealingly feminine . . . knits.
dances, and drives . , . romances
with Clyde . . . likes dramatics . . .
hooky is her diversion . . . future
M LI N H I S
Beyond the Net Work
Charmingly casual . . . graceful
. , . impudent . . . coquette . . . ad-
mires the silent Swede . . . dances
to Hal Kemp . . . will be a first-
Little minx . . . saucy smile . . ,
lovable . . . crack shot . . . can't re-
fuse angel cake . . . interested in
math and travelg determined to go
places and do things.
Petite and curly haired . . . cheer-
ful . . . a newcomer to our Alma
Mater . . . talented in sewing . . .
hopes to go to Grove City and be-
come an aviatrix.
Pleasing personality . . . cheerful
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . nonehalant
. , . will go to Alabama If to be-
come an engineer.
The femme with the 'Ioh-hum"
look and an aim to be different . . .
witty . . . Parisien from her curled
coiffure and ankle bracelet to her
Crisp . . , unruftled . . . enjoys
I linglish . . . Thumbs down on law
I . . . enjoys good movies . . . will beqgf
I a capable secretary.
Thursday, Sept. 10-XVe'II soon have to build a parking
lot for the students' cars.
Ifriday, Sept. 1lfSo!! Our neighbor, Homestead, tied
with Canonsburg! lYell. well. let's see what we can do.
Monday, Sept 14-Madamoiselle Daly snatches us from
the realms of Morpheus with a French test.
lVecInesday, Sept. I6-Scorcher-and l'm so hot I
can't write another word.
Ifriday, Sept. 18-First game of season-Etna 7, Mun-
hall 6. Ball on the one-yard line but couldnlt get it
Tuesday, Sept. 22-Senior class nominates. Is that a
fog horn l hear, or is it Altman sneezing? Ah-l
knew iteit was a fog horn, cause we just bumped
into another boat.
Thursday, Sept. Z4-Stormy weather--darn it! Hope
it drys up for the game.
Ifriday. Sept. .25fl'Iayed YVest Newton. They 7-we 6.
Ohhh, where was Lady Luck today?
Tuesday, Sept. 294NliVVS I ! II Ethel Gallagher catches
rat-er l mean a niousegin . . " . 'f-hrseperiocl
XVednesday, Sept. 30-Yippeel end of month.
DEM KO, JOHN
Small . . . dynamic . . . leans to
accounting , . . -Ioan Crawford fan
. , . devours bananas by the dozen
and . . . suffers the consequences
. . . antique collector . . . headed for
l'itt and a lf. l'. A.
Poised and possessed . . . loads
of savoir-faire . , . hopes there are
radios in airplanes, 'cause when
she's an air hostess she'll take time
out to hear liddie Vantor and
Youthful tornado . . . has more
than his share of good looks . . .
manager of rifle team , , . prefers
Hal Kemps swing-time . . . tackles
math with glee . . . fixture metalur-
K DUNKERTON, DOROTHY MAE
Blonde . . . radiates friendliness
. . . hound for collecting souvenirs
, , . . enjoys Nlyrna l.oy and Fred
Nlachlurray . . . favors l'itt and
linglisli . . . will be a private secre-
impulsive . . . likes dancing and
solitary walks . . . prefers commer-
cial subjects, particularly shorthand
. . . wouldn't miss "Hollywood
Hotel" . . . will be a stenographer.
Happy-go-lucky . . . gets around
. . . curly hair . . . hale and hearty
. . . starred in football and is an
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lilonde and boyish , . . alert . . .
sincerely interested in music . . .
but saves some time for the weaker
Blonde . . . musical maestro . . .
admires kindergarten teachers . . .
rides in the "Paige" . . . sings his
version of "Sweet Sue".
Tall . . . easy going . . . favors
the trumpet . . . would like to take
up aviation , . . likes Ginger Rogers.
Small . . . dark brown eyes . .
studious . . likes shorthand .
optimistic . . . collects poems.
C'hubby, likable rascal . . . jovial,
but has his serious moments . . ,
likes dramatics . . . eats pumpkin
pie . . . headed for Annapolis.
The perfect example of the de-
bonair man of the world . . . short
of stature . . . stars in basketball
. . . never seen without Gibby . . .
unsurpassed in punning.
Small . . . dark eyes . . . wearer
of the green . , . seen at the NUnit-
ed" frequently . . , likes chicken
Tall and thin . . . writes themes
in no time . . . member of Nlunhisko
staff . . . listens to Fred VVaring
, . . likes French fried potatoes.
Small, dark, and big eyes . . .
quiet . . . always laughing . . .
headed for success in secretarial
Pleasant and cheerful , . . 'types
. . reads . . . keeps a scrap book
. . listens to the llit Parade.
FOX, J. WESLEY
Thin . . . good looking . . .smooth
dresser . . . brown eyes . . . tickles
the ivories . . . likes dancing . . .
partial to someone on Miller Ave-
Tall . . . dark . . . pleasant . . .
likes Kay Kyser . . . hopes to go to
Pitt and study law . . . completely
at home behind the counter.
Ifridziy. Oct. Z-Played Mcliees Rocks. VVe decided to
give it to them, Z7-6.
Tuesday, Oct. 6-Chilly today-make up my mind,
XYeather lVIzmg'Hot or Cold????
XYednesday. Oct. 7-Annual Staff is plodding away-
zmd in all this ruin! I ! Y
Vriclzty. Oct. 9---.Xssembly-Red Cross-lJon't we have
some charming nurses?
Monday, Oct. 12-XVahoo I! XVe won. by golly, we won! !
Vlunhall beat Iizlst McKeesportg7-O.
Iirown wavy hair . , . blue eyes
1 . . . intriguing laugh . . . full of
fun . . . visits Homestead . . . keeps
a scrap book.
Curly hair . . . reserved . . . quiet
. . . plays the piano and the violin
. . . eats chocolate cake , . , and can
Quiet . . . clever . . . plays soc-
cer . . . listens to political speakers
. . . likes hamburgers.
'I'all . . . dark curly hair . . .
long curly eyelashes . . . usually
flashes a smile . . . drives a Car . . .
loafs with Evans and Ilarrison.
Tall . seen everywhere . . .
studies German . . . likes chop suey
, . . a member of our band . . .
teases the girls.
Sociable . . . dark curly hair . . .
collects stamps . . . likes Kay Kyser
. , . intends to be a big business ex-
Curly hair . . . blue eyes . . ,
capable . . . editor of our Annual
will be a petroleum engineer.
GROSSETT, KEN N ETH
crack shot ot' our ritle team . . .
GU EST, JAM ES
Pleasant . . . doesn't say much V
but thinks a lot . , . likes .lean llar-
low and -lohn lioles . . , wishes to
become an aviator.
Small . . . dainty . . . dark hair
ented . . . one of Neptune's daugh-
Small and chubby . . . giggles
alarntingly . . . eats lots of candy
hall cops . . . favors Tech.
'l'all and dark . . . cheerful . . .
loves to dance . . . headed for the
stage and success . . always seen
Lovely complexion . . . tall . . .
smooth dresser . . . thrives on salads
man. t I
pretty teeth . . . speaks French
one of our llall Cops . . , tal-
plays a trumpet . , . one of our
an admirer of llenry Fonda 5
will make an ideal business wo- Q
Tuesday. Oct. 13-Big Senior Tea Dance.
XYednesday. Oct. l4sMunhisko Staff announced today.
Pictures were taken for the annual-everyone looked
Thursday. Oct. 15fMiss Vlaclieth gave one of her love-
ly quizzes today. Ohhh, me!
lfriday. Oct. 16-No school! Teachers' Institute. Best
news l've heard in weeks.
Tuesday, Oct. Z0fWe played Rankin. Unfortunately
we lost the sameier. l mean. the game.
Tall . . . red curly hair . . . stud-
ious . . . excels in chemistry . . .
enjoys school and working difticult
, Short ..LLbloude .LL.good sporti
. . . a person worth claiming as a
friend . . . puts all he's got into his
position as our football captain . . .
hopes to go to college.
Friendly . . . brunette . . . likes
to roller skate . . . would make an
ideal nurse . . . listens to Kay
Skates . . . reads . . . collects pic-
tures . . . likes joan Crawford , . .
dances to Kay Kyser.
H I LL, GRAYCE
Slim . . . red hair . . . catchy
smile . . . delights in marshmallow
sundaes , . . likes new clothes.
Tall . . . dark . . . favors jean
llarlow and Buck .lones . . . likes
art . . , hopes to be a lawyer.
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Thin . . . likes to drive a car . . .
takes good care of his rabbits . . .
will become a business man.
Dark . . . short . . . chubby . . .
black curly hair . . . plenty of humor
. . . always laughing and joking . . .
prefers an alumnus.
Short . . . chubby . . . full ot'
fun . , . a good seamstress . . . cer-
tain to be a success as a milliner.
Tall lass . . . looks her best in
red .. . . adores Robert Taylor . . .
listens to Kay Kyser . . . counting
on being a private secretary.
Blonde . . . thin . . . dancing
blue eyes . . . always laughing . . .
likes Simone Simon . . . plans to
take dictation and be a dictator.
Medium build . . . talkative . . .
friendly . . . typically English . . .
likes gardening . . . eats tuna fish
. . . headed for matrimony.
Curly hair 4 . . brown eyes . .
prankish . . . immune to the weaker
rex . . . likes sports.
Peaches and cream complexion
. . . sparkling brown eyes . . , dark
hair . . . collects match tops . . .
Tall . . . dark . . . humorous . . .
studies hard . . . spontaneous giggle
. . . excellent at recitations.
lllonde . . . small . . . thin . . .
huge blue orbs . . . agreeable per-
sonality . . . aims to be a secretary.
Dark hair . . . pretty blue eyes
. . . frank . . . likes dramatics . . .
takes Public Speaking . . . listens
to Sammy Kaye.
Tall and thin . . . plays in the
band . . . makes candy . . . rates
Kay Kyser as the best . . . will be
a surgical nurse.
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XVednestl11y, Oct. 21-Tryouts for the Senior Play. It
was like trying to get something at a bargain counter
to get in Miss B-erger's room to try out.
Friday. Oct. Z34Got out at 2:30 to go to the Munhall-
Monday. Oct. 26!Mr. XYilson finds a picture on the
bulletin board of himself taken in '3l.
Tuesday. Oct. 27-VVe got our pictures today! And
are they a scream! YVe had a neat assembly, too,--
a Halloween party on the stage.
Friday, Oct. 30-Everybody is getting ready for Hal-
lowe'en. More fun! "Take oft your falseface: we
Monday, Nov. 2qSenior Play tickets are out today. No
football practice l ! ! !
Thursday, Nov. 5-1 guess everybody knows this is Russ
Gibson's birthday. 18 long years.
Monday, Nov. 9-Beginning today-play practice night
i irnd rnornirrgof!! 'iyfunhisko-going YODCUTTYE out-VK'ed.
instead of Fri. Lots of work for the staff.
Short . . . curly hair . . . busi-
ness-like . . . corresponds with for-
eign radio stations . . . delighted to
find a new shortwave station . . . a
would-be newspaper man.
Shortest of the short . . . witty
as they come . . . likes lemon cus-
tard pie . . . works at the Cinder-
Red hair . . . witty . . . wears
green . . . studies French . . . and
speaks it fluently . . . listens to
Shep Fields . . . will be a nurse.
Short . . . with freckles . . . an
imitator . . . witty . . . full of fun
. . . cross-country runner . . . al-
ways talking to the girls.
Saucy brown eyes . . . good dan-
cer . . . collects souvenirs . . . would
like to become an M. D.
Tall . . . husky . . . agreeable . . .
perfect gentleman . . . likes sports
and petite brunettes . . . dull sub-
jects and tests are johns chief dis-
KRAEUTER, TH ELMA
lmpish . . . imaginative . . . hap-
py-go-lucky . . . honor student . . .
swims, dances . . . loves souvenirs
for her scrapbook . . . bound for
Slippery Rock and teaching
LACEY, MARY RITA '
Dark eyes and hair . . . goes to
the "l'nited" . . . takes commercial
work . . . wants to be an under-
CIICCTI-lll . . . good-natured . . .
self-assured . . . school is just one
of those things to XYash . . . par-
ticular in his likes and dislikes,
llemure brunette . . . placid . . .
goes for crooners and shorthand
. . . . anticipates matriinony,
LAMMERT, ERIC BERNARD
lalkativc , , . inquisitive . . . in-
vents radios and such . . . studies
chemistry . . . listens to lien Hernie
and Gang liusters . . . will be a ma-
Sunny smile . , . friendly . , .
full of fun . . . giggles and cracks
gum . . . will be a nurse providing
. . . the course includes basketball,
chocolate candy. and Robert Taylor.
Going to the Game?
M LI N H I S K O
Blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . .
satirical . . . listens to Kay Kyser
. . . wants to type a perfect paper
. . . will be an air hostess.
Brown, wavy hair . . . casual . . .
contagious grin . . . woman-hater
. . . chemistry's master mind . , .
cheers tough trig problems . . . Iiin-
stein's only rival.
LEWIS, FRANCES EDITH
Tall-slim-brunette . . . individu-
alist . . . amiable manner . . . be-
sides pork chops and Myrna Loy.
she can't resist Kay Kyser and
Robert Taylor . . . concentrates on
Graceful . . . charming . . . po-
lite , . . prefers Franchot Tone and
Carnegie Tech . . . marked for suc-
cess in the business world.
Friendly . . . versatile . . .makes
radios Cthey work, too!j and clever
caricatures , . . devours spinach with
zeal . . . excels in chemistry . . .
future radio expert.
Short . . . red hair . . . studies
chemistry . . . listens to Kyser . . .
aims to take up electrical engineer-
ing at Tech.
lYednesday. Nov. 11-We had a tine Armistice Day As-
sembly this morning. XVent home at 11:30. Play-
ed Hoinestead and lost Z6-7. The team played real
Friday, Nov. 13--Ohhhh, Friday the 13th, and an ling-
lish test. ll'hy not postpone it?
Monday, Nov. l6fQuestion: XVhat should a person
wear when walking along a highway at night? Kitty
put down-tail light.
Tuesday, Nov. 17-Jack Evans and Jack Harrison came
to school with convict coiffures.
Short . . . peppy cheerleader . . .
would walk a mile to see jean Har-
low . . . and back again to hear
Shep Fields . . . will study chemis-
try at Pitt.
Short . . . blonde . . . peppy . . .
friendly . , . industrious . . . cheers
football and Robert Taylor . . . has
lots of what it takes to get along.
Serious . . . resourceful . . . quiet
. . . favors chemistry. baseball. and
Notre Dame . . . will be one of
l'ncle Sam's stand-bys in the army.
Petite . . . dignified . . . ambi-
tions . . . determined . . . would
like to be a successful dancer . . .
and will be .
Sincere . . . would rather sleep
than eat . . . avoids the females
. . . likes chemistry . . . but de-
clares his favorite subject is a study
Brown hair and eyes . . . quiet
. . . unassuming . , , likes to dance
and have a good time . . . also to
take long rides,
Small, quiet, studious lad . . .
favorite sport is football . . . enjoys
mathematics . . . listens to Ray
Noble . . . wants to attend Notre
Dame . . . will become civil engi-
'Tall . . , hlon
. . . aim in life is to become a piano
instructor . . . goes in for symphon-
ies . . . keeps a scrapbook . . . likes
business law and Frederic March.
'l'all . . . slender . . . dark hair
. . . pretty teeth . , . curly-haired
member ot' the Nl. II. S. Rifle club,
MASSIE, MARY JEAN
lllonde curls . . . fair . . . rosy
complexion . . . dreamy expression
. . . shy. dimply smile . . . patience
of job . . , a knitter supreme . . .
This is our "Sissy".
A happy-go-lucky quiet lad with
a Scotch brogue . . . likes soccer
. . . listens to Bob Burns and Kay
Kyser . . . would like to enter Car-
Thin . . . genial . . . witty . . .
always grinning . . . likes to sleep
. . . enjoys driving a car . . . plays
basketball . . . wants to become
president of li. S. Steel.
Weclnesday, Nov. 18-Dress rehearsal for the play this
evening. and Squirrly-or Shirley 'l'emple. alias lCvon,
sat Blind Man Art on the floor-accidentally.
Friday. Nov. 20-Big Night. 'I'he play was a huge
success and has to be repeated on Tuesday night.
Monday, Nov. Z3-Lew XYilson apparently had a big
week end-his ear was well smashed.
Tuesday. Nov, 24--Have you seen my new ring and
pin? Now all I gotta do is graduate.
Tuesday, Dec. 1-Report CardsYXVhewwwww! Hold
Tall . . . stately . . . flashes car-
mine fingernails , . . always cheerful
. . , a desire to please . . . determin-
ed to be a successful stenographer.
Blonde . . . attractive . . . quiet
. . . friendly . . . never-fading smile
. . a football fan.
Iliminutive . . . peppy . . . tlash-
ing dimples . . . weakness for Eng-
lish and Robert Taylor . . . will be
an etticient private secretary.
Dazzling smile . . . mischievous
. . . peppy . . . determined to learn
to cook and be a model wife . . .
thinks starting cars is fun . . . in-
tends to be zt gym teacher.
Thin . . . good dancer . . . has her
silly expressions and giddy moments
. , . clinging vine . . . doesn't care
for school , . . will become a nurse.
'l'iny . . . shy . . . unassuming
. . . goes for cave men. Clark Gable,
and ice cream . . . will be a teacher
. . . it' she can spare some time away
from Vallee's program and books.
Illavk hair . . . spotless appear-
ance serene and scholarl
, ..., , y . - .
squeezes tunes from at saxophone
. . . seldom seen without 'l'ibby . . .
shines in chemistry.
Tall . . . blonde . . . quiet . . .
ambitious . . . likes school and ice
cream . . . will be a stenographer.
A charming brunette . . . genial
. . . likes to read and swim . . .
ambition is to stay single and travel
. . . collects curios and autographs.
Tall . . . curly hair . . . agree-
able . . . always smiling . . . one of
our mighty eleven . . . waits for dis-
Small, witty . . . likes Franchot
tone, chocolate cake. and current
history . . . dances nicely . . . col-
Clenial lad . . . witty' . . . likes
football and any kind of science
. . . wants to be a billionaire . . .
called Iliz but is far from it.
M Ll N H I S K O
Dark miss . . . likes reading and
playing tennis . . . wants to attend
Pitt . . . likes singing in choir . . ,
in fact singing is her highest ambi-
VVell-known in M. H. S ....
friendly . . . keen sense of humor
. . . '35 and '36 president . . . likes
and plays basketball . . . nice dancer
. . . collects letters . . . always out
to have a good time.
Quiet but friendly . . . likes to
tish and anything connected with it
. . . favorite subject is trig . . .
wants to go to California.
Tall . . , good-looking . . . en-
joys swimming and spaghetti . . .
listens to Benny Goodman . . .
wants to become a dress designer.
VVell-built . . . blonde . . . quite
studious . . . a member of our hall
patrol . . . likes the weaker sex.
Quiet . . . "a big tisherman while
at Camp Sagamore" . . . active
member of the Boy Scouts . . . our
Xlednesday, Dec. Z-W'innie Owston is now Aunt Win-
Tliursday, Dec. 3-Hospital Donation Day. Gibby
brought beans and Evans brought Gibby.
XYednesday, Dec. 16YDress rehearsal for the Christmas
program. If you heard any squeaking, it was Jean
and VVes cavorting around the stage as Minnie and
Thursday, Dec. 17-wXmas program in the Carnegie
Library. VVhat happened to Wes' stocking?
Friday, Dec. 18-Last day before vacation-and did we
'1'l1l1l'SC1?ly. 412111. 7f---Two new z1dditio11s-Agiies 111111
I'lI'2lllli llztley. They hail from ltldgewood.
Ill1lL'SCI21Y. 511111. 1Zw'1'he big gzune! Lost to IdOll1CS1C11CI,
'l'h11rsdf1y. vlan. 14-We set 1111 all-time record for the
sale of yearbooks!
Niondny. vlan. IS-elllue Monday! Oh. ifooey and lfooey
again 'cause exams begin today.
Tlmrsekay, 1111117 21 Menfrhiskofrrrt with severui scnndrd
What dy'a want ?
A smile for everyone . . . an
alztrining stiueal . . . efticit-11t . . .
always ready to lend ll helping hand
. . . never tires of reading . . . will
be ll success.
Quiet but friendly . , . lieuded
tor the business world . . . likes to
SXNl111 and to attend tl1e shons often
. . , listens to Radio 'l'heatre and
Studious. quiet miss . . . enjoys
seeing Robert Taylor , 1 . likes to
study law . . . Collevts stamps , . .
ambition is to get a good position.
'l'iny. quiet lass . . . reads exten-
sively . . . enjoys lmasketball , . .
dr:111'i11g is her hobby . . . likes
Ilark hair and eyes . . . friendly
. . . a I11L'I11I1t'l' of the east of the
play. t'Growing Ii,21lllSH . . . likes to
l1z11'e a good time.
.X peppy lass . . . listens to 111-nny
fillihtllllililiti inusie . 1 . likes Ifred
.XstL1ire's program . . . keeps a
scrapbook ot' sports . . . wants to at-
tend llitt . . . will be a private see-
Shy . . . ainbitious . . . 0118 of
our ettirient commercial students
. . . faithful patron of "'I'l1e Fashion
.X br1111ette . , . lost witliout her
vomb a11d mirror , . . likes a good
time . . 1 bored with school , , . will
probably head for n1atrin1ony.
Giggles . . . collects pictures of
movie stars . . . listens to Benny
Kloodman . . . plays tennis . . . is
taking Conimercial work.
Dark . . . attra1'ti1'e . . . likes to
s11in1 . . . goes for devil food cake
. . . wants to be a good secretary
. . . listens to VVay11e King . . . fav-
orite subjeet is 1'1nglisl1,
Red. l'll1'Iy hair . . . jovial , . .
tenor in Ulli' choir . . . e1'ery110dy's
friend . . . mounts up the score for
NI1111l1all's football team.
Tall . . . bashful . . . blonde . . .
an efficient hall cop , . . velitain to
be a success . . . typewriting is his
l,ikes to swim and dance . . .
wants to go to Slippery Rock . . .
likes shorthand . . . goes to see
Robert Taylor and Janet Gaynor
. . . listens to 'l'ed Wieems . . . col-
One of NIunhall's peppy cheer-
leaders . . . carefree . , . good dan-
cer . . . basketball fan . . . likes the
Ilit Parade . . . friend of everyone.
Incomparable sense of humor , . ,
plenty of pep . . , uses tongue to
best advantage . . . enjoys bicycle
riding and basketball . . . wants to
be a nurse and marry a doctor.
'.l'all . . . dark . . . well-built . . .
humorous . . , plays football . . .
wants to meet Ginger Rogers . . .
likes to sing . . . everyone's friend.
Small . . , dynamic . . . giggles
and talks-usually at the wrong
time . . . exerts lots of energy for
his Xlunhisko stan duties . . . ex-
Good-looking . . . quiet but very
friendly . . . drives a Chevy . . .
likes a good time . . . has a keen
sense of humor . . . our Romeo.
Tuesday, jan. 26fPlayed Brentwood, and was it excit-
ing? We won 32-ZS!
Thursday, Ian. 28-The faculty took a rest today. lVe
had tive substitutes. Did we have fun?
Tuesday, Feb. 2fMay I stay at your house tonight?
Wie got our report cards today.
lhursdziy. lfeb. 4-Snow everywhere! Uh. for a tobog-
XYednesdz1y. lfeb. lO4lYashington-Lincoln assembly.
Didnt our girl scouts and boy scouts look cute?
Good friend . . . likes to swim
and play the piano . . . listens to
-lack Benny and Kay Kyser . . .
wants to become a typing teacher.
Small but peppy . . . favorite
actress is Mae VYest . . . listens to
fab Calloway . , . wants to enroll
in Ohio State . . . enjoys swimming.
Tall . , . wavy hair . . , witty
. . . hits those low notes . . . does
all right with "Sharps" and flats
. . . plays football . . . listens to
Kay Kyser . . . wants to be a maes-
Chubby . . . dark . . . loves tO
chew gum and eat candy . . . enjoys
movies immensely . . . one of our
Tall . . . easy-going . . . likes a
good time . . . likes his 'fDaly'l
dozen . . . finds himself joining
Xlorpheus during every study per-
REED, EMMA JEAN
Dark, curly-haired lass . . . arni-
able . . . attractive . . . doesn't make
much noise . . . interested in busi-
The girl with the 'lcome-hither
look" . . . the eyes have it . . . she
must eat spinach to be that miniature
model of Hercules . . . will be a
nBettyH V7 Wi Yii
Tall, thin, quiet lass . . . listens
to Shep Fields and Bing Crosby . . .
wants to go to Pitt and study to be
a journalist . . . collects post cards.
Likes dancing and reading . . .
highest ambition is to stay single
. . . listens to Ted XYeems and jack
Benny . . . wants to be a private
secretary . . . will attend Pitt.
Petite, attractive miss . . . wants
to be a vegeterian . . . collects china
dogs . . . dances . . . likes short-
hand and Robert Taylor.
Likes to dance . . . plays base-
ball . . , wants to be a funeral di-
rector . . . listens to Kay Kyser and
Ilit Parade . . . favorite study is
Chubby . . . jolly . . . dreads
ouizzes and report cards . . . foot-
ball and movies are his pastimes
. . . is too busy having fun to decide
on his future,
hd Ll bl H I S li CD
Monday, Feb. 15-Seniors tilling out scholarship blanks.
It looks as if they are in earnest about graduating.
Thursday. Feb. 18-Beginning of Operetta practices ev
XVednesday, Feb. 24-junior High won XV. P. I. A. L.
Championship. lN'e're l'tops" again. I
Friday, Feb. 26-Benefit basketball game for 'l'om Ger
osky. VVe beat Homestead!
'I'alI. friendly miss with natural
wavy hair . . . reserved . . . a bas-
ketball fan . . . enjoys dancing.
Ibark, curly-haired lass . if plays'
the piano and enjoys Ilal Kemp . . .
likes Ifreneh and basketball players
. . . headed for Carnegie Tech.
Likes and plays baseball . . .
goes to see 'l'hree Stooges . . . fav-
orite musical instrument is victrola
. . . wants to be a business man.
Ifrienclly . . . likes to read . . .
wants to become a nurse . . . will
probably attend l'itt . . . goes to
movies to see 'Ioan Vrawford or
lilonde . . . snare . . . conndent
. . a line the ladies can't resist
. . . likes to sleep during study per-
I'lt-asinxg personality . . . an eni-
cient typist . . . likes dancing . . ,
wants to attend llitt . . . will be a
teacher . . , collects programs.
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Tiny . . . enjoys a good joke . . .
an efficient candy seller . . . enjoys
commercial subjects . . . will be a
Flashy smile . . . wears ankle
socks and hair ribbons . . . hilarity
and flying hair in the grandstand
. . . Ruth's highest ambition is "to
Here is a mystery made all the
more exciting because of blue eyes
and crisp curly hair , . . avoids the
girls . . . favorite dish is beans!
liashful . . . he actually smiled
at a girl in his braver moments . . .
not so shy with a Chem book in his
hand . . . tricky at math.
A blonde with a yen for red . . .
one of our commercial students . , .
when not practicing shorthand, she
browses through books and goes in-
to ecstacies over Robert Taylor.
Decided brunette . . . footloose
and fancyfree . . . active member of
the inseparable Park gang . . , pas-
time is drummin' around-cause
Phil's the best in our district.
i.1.M1it'iKt:l+Z2f1'.g.,i,L....,i.,,.3i , f
Petite . . . black hair . . . aims to
be an expert at beautifying the fair-
er sex . . . Rita's shadow . . . con-
Sophisticated . . . could pose as a
bored young thing with a passion
for the dramatics and the ultra-
modern . . . a yawn, a lift of the
eyebrows, a flutter, and she's gone,
Andy shuns the women . . . he
thinks they get in the way . . . puts
his heart and soul into the football
Could there be a secret in each
brown eye? . . . pretty dimples . . .
an agreeable personality . . . com-
bined with a streak of amazingly
good sense . . . likes basketball and
Tall and thin . . . once a friend,
always a friend . . . future Nlunhall
business man . . . Hit Parade is his
Umust be" 'cause he's always up on
the latest hit songs.
Ile can: play football . . . up-
hold the Public Speaking Club . . .
tease from 9 to 4 . . . dash around
the halls at top-rate speed . , . be
Monday, March l-Stage Guild started Work on Oper-
lfriday, March 5-Operetta at Carnegie Library. Huge
success! School is 2f3's over.
Tuesday, March 9-Plenty of headaches-Report card
llednesday, March 24-Easter vacation begins!
Tuesday. March 30fSchool again and plenty of prom
Friday, April 9-Junior Play. It was a hit!
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Tuesday. April 20--Award Assembly. I didn't realize
Vlunhall carried that many honors!
XVednesday, April 21MEnd of tifth grade period.
Ifriday, April 23-Arts, Foods. Clothing. Shop Exhibit.
Monday, April 26-There ought to be a law against re-
I+Iverybody's getting ready for the big junior-Senior
Where's the Driver ?
SLATER, EVELYN RUTH
Quite small . . . pretty eyelashes
. . . ambitious , . . carries the torch
for a Duquesne alumnus . . . our
Red cross representative.
f'VVhen Irish Eyes are Smiling"
. . . shiny black waves . . . sapphire
blue eyes . . . smooth complexion
. . . her aim is to march to "Lohen-
grin" . . . but will consider steno-
Mischief in his eyes . . . has
black hair . . . nice skin . . . but
oh! what a tease . . . congenial . . .
China blue eyes . . . always has
a new coiffure . . . has a certain
propensity for talking . . . giggles
delightfully . . . and is a neat dres-
Melting brown eyes . . . tiawless
complexion . . . daintiness personi-
fied . . , capable . . . ethcient . . .
interested in an alumnus . . . editor-
in-Chiet' of the Munhisko.
STU FFLE, MARIAN
Tall and slender . . . sober and
reserved . . . spunky . . . devoted to
duty . . . will be an efticient secre-
Tall . . . slender . . . fun-loving
. . , outstanding sense of humor . . .
green eyes . . . red hair . , . in-
Tall . . . lively . . . distinctive
. . . wisecracker . . . ladies' man
. . . wishes school were a series of
study periods during the day and
dances in the night.
Denture and friendly . . . capable
. . , reliable . . . drives to school
. . . neatness personified , . , inter-
ested in commercial work.
Lively little raseal . . . mischiev-
ous . . . tornients the teacliers . .
hails from Ilomeville . . . likes
many other things better than
Optimistic . . . enthusiastiti . .
surprising sense ot' humor . . . says
women are his chief dislike, but we
know better . . . enjoys football,
history, and Loretta Young.
Small . . . petite . . . quiet , . .
industrious . . . cheerful . . . will
be an excellent stenographer.
Passed My Exams!
M U N H I S K O
Dark eyes . . . dark hair . . .
capable . . . enjoys singing and a
good time . . . member ot' our choir
. , . dislikes night work.
Twin No. 1 . . . hale and hearty
. . . athletically inclined . . . in-
terested in the stronger sex and bas-
ketball . . . likes dancing.
Twin No. 2 . . . provocative
eyes . . . hearty laugh . , . mischief
maker . . . likes commercial sub-
jects . . . but finds swing music and
Bing Crosby even more attractive.
1 , f' .1 , , ,"
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Tall and lanky . . . bashful . .
fakes a kidding good-naturedly . .
waits for the 3:58 bell.
Thin . . . possesses an endless
supply of chewing gum . . . never
has a care or a worry as she dashes
through the halls of M. H. S ....
destined for orange blossoms.
TU ITE, ETH EL
Tiny . . . coquette . . . an inno-
cent expression . . . sparkling gray
eyes . . . Homestead's gift to Mun-
hall. . ,
Tuesday, April 27-Boy! Are we glad it's getting
Nlfednesday, April 28-Tommy Morgan walked around
school in a daze. Any explanations?
Thursday, April Z9-Lots of visitors today. What's up?
Friday, April 30-I hear a certain girl and boy have
split up. I didn't think it possible.
Monday, May 3-Exams begin and headache-pills stock
goes sky high.
I 9 3 7
TE,FRANK ,,, H
"Frank" U Lv-aZs7
lioyish . . , thin . . . happy-go-
lucky . . . audacious . . . holds
nightwork and oral themes in con-
tempt . . . subdues the weaker sex
. . . but intends to remain a bache-
lor. T TT I -' T 'T'
Blonde . . . small . . . alert . . .
pals around with Mike . . . talka-
tive as the day is long.
Reliable , . . keeps a most inter-
esting scrap book . . . sings in our
choir . . . aims to be a private sec-
Giggles . . . blushes, too . . . fav-
ors blue and little blondes . . . al-
ways reading something . . . aims to
be a teacher . . . and he'll be a
Red hair . . . peppy . . . has a
laugh all her own . . . shines dur-
ing basketball season . . . loyal to
the t'Saxons" . . . likes German . . ,
. 'l'al1 . . . blonde . . . torments the
girls . . . an original joker . . .
never seen without Bob or Sam . . .
marches on with the Homestead
Park Drum Corps.
WASKO, JOSEPH I
Light hair . . . Ixlue eyes .
bashful . . . favors the guitar . ,
conscientious . . . will succeed.
Ash-blonde . . . clerkrin a 5 ti
IOC store . . . enjoys going to the
cinema . . . will be a metropolitan
WASSELL, PAU L
Husky voice . . . curly hair . , .
quiet . . . Maths his VVaterloo . . .
goes for French fried potatoes and
Kay Kyser . . . his future is metal-
jovial . . . one of the few foot-
ball managers . . . ten o'clock schol-
ar . . . pastime is eating . . . a
Easy-going . . . prankish . . .
straight-forward . . . enjoys argu-
ing . . . doesn't care for local beau-
ties . . . hasn't decided on his fu-
Brown eyes . . . thin C . . smooth
dresser . . . owner of fha Paige . . .
tries to impress Miss Nlaclieth . . .
one of the four VVhitaker Nluske-
Blonde Curly hair . , . drives a
big Buick . . . always trying to do
'I'rig . . . just one of the gang from
the Park . . . aims to be an indus-
-V peppyTl from ad
Park . , . dark hair . . . dainty . . .
likes to dance . . . a future house-
Pleasing personality . , . one of
our newsboys . . . excels in Chem-
istry . . . shuns the women . . .
likes pork chops.
Complexion takes the cake . . .
blue-grey eyes . . , a wearer of the
green , . . likes dramatics . . . love-
ly alto voice . . . everybody's friend.
Pep . . . vim . . . vigor . . .
'ttooth paste ad" smile , . . smooth
dresser . . . endless supply of ques-
tions . . . clever and witty . . .
spends spare time racing around in
'I'all . . . brown eyes are out-
standing . . . one of our Blunhall
eleven . . . another VYilson who
drives a Plymouth. '
Thursday. May 6-XYhat boy in Room 17 played hooky
to go swinuning?
Friday, May 7--Got out early. Hot in school.
Monday, May 10-Another blue Monday. XVe can
hardly wait until the picnic.
Friday, May 21-Final Senior assembly. VVhat girl
said she might cry?
Tall . . . snappy dresser . . .
dashing cavalier . . . a certain lit-
tle brunette fasrinates him . . . his
Vlymuuili is gray,
lilue eyes . . . short . . . dark
hair . . . in XYally's hands the ball
goes 'round and 'round and comes
out . . . thru the basket . . . be lin--
ishes the VVilso,n "quintuplets".
f Iilonde curls . . . blue eyes . .
nice dresser . , , easy on the eyes
. . . would make a Hrst-rate air hos-
tess . . . wants to be a blues singer.
Cheerful smile . . . pleasing per-
sonality . . . blue eyes . . . in con-
trast to her black hair . . , hopes
to become a buyer.
Medium height . , . piercing blue
eyes . . . rates Thiel . . . loves the
organ . . . thinks liob Montgomery
and Kay Kyser are the Amps".
Tall . . . thin , . . has tafly hair
. , . not a care in the world or a
serious thought in his head . . .
wants to be a big league ball player.
Short . . . loquacious . . . drives
a car . . . has quite a collection of
orchestra pictures . . . intends to
take up accountancy.
Short . . . blonde . . . giggles . . .
argues . . . seen at Nlunhall Coni-
munity Ilouse . . . listens to jackie
lleller . , . intends to be a sales-
Day is done
Tuesday, May 25-C0l1ll1lCllC6lllSIlf at Carnegie Library.
lt was swell, elegant! "I Won't get home until morn-
Wednesday. May 26fBoy! This place is dead without
Thursday. May 27 Everybody has their cars at
lfriday. May 23-Lot of erasing and handing in books
Monday. May 31-Memorial Day. No school. It's all
over but the shouting!
Tuesday, june l-Last time we receive report cards this
year. VVhat a relief!
Happy Day! Picnic at Kennywood.
lVednesday, june 2-"Lest auld acquaintance be forgot,
And days of Auld Lange Sync."
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Niefxrl Teflh ....,,.. ..,,,774 A lma Veney
liar! Dreamer ...,,., ..,,,, N ell Croco
Prfflflit '.l' Z Smile ,,,,,l, ,,,, . ...Lucille Mort ,,o,
b't'JtLm1kizzg ,,,,.,, ,o,,,, B ertie Strang
Bart Athlete ....,,, ,,,.,, M ildred Berger .,
Thimzeyt ..,....... , l.... ,Evon VVilson ,,,,,,
zllaxl Szfmiiaur ,,...... ,,,,,, , Thelma Kraeuter ...,,, 7
Willitxrt ..,,,,,. jean Davis ,,l,, ,L
bytkff Hui!! ,,.,o,,,. ....... I une Reese ,,.. W
Be '.i' I Prujile ....... ..,,,,, I 'auline Matis ,,,,
allay! Arlirzfic ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ' 'Kitty" Boot
Hetzrziwl ,7,,,l,,,,,,,,, .,.,... L eona Zsidi ,,,,,, W
Pz'ellitxrz Eyes ......... ,,,,,,, A udrey Homer
IWUJZ liimfd ,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,
b'e,v1f Cfzzzzplexian ,,,l,o, ,,,,,., I ,ois Richards
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"Sissyl' Massie ,,,,,
Jinx! .Sfzrarzslic ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, ' 'Dotu L21Wre1lC6 ,,,, H
Baxlzful-Shy ,,,,c Evelyn lfloyd
1W11,vt Capable ,,,.,,,., .-,Betty NiCll01SOI1
Vafzzp-Slwik ,,,,... l....,
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cj ane Howell ,,,,,
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Sfavg To FAME
Last Will and Testament
We,The class of l937,'Munliall High' Schooh Borough of Munhall, County of
Allegheny, State of Pennsylvania, being of sound mind and memory do hereby
make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, revoking all wills
heretofore made by us.
Prompted by a few heartaches and headaches, we, the seniors, bequeath our
rights and possessions to our successors, the class of 1938, who will receive quite a
let-down when they are confronted by the trials of their fourth year Qwe hopelj of
high school life.
We hereby appoint Oscar Qif he's ever foundj and Einstein of the law of rela-
tivity as our joint executors.
To the Freshmen we leave our joys and sorrows, if any, and hope that they will
leave Munhall as many puns as we did. COh, Yeahlj
To the Sophomores we leave the thrill of tripping over the Freshmen,
To the juniors we leave the task of earning money for the annual.
To the Faculty we leave our utmost appreciation for all that they have done
To Miss Berger we leave our deep admiration and our thanks. for all the help
she has given us.
To various individuals we leave the following:
jack Evans-his wit to Bobby VVilhelm.
Mildred Berger-her numerous held goals to Pearl Handelsman.
Art Altman-his presidency to the next best junior.
Ken Grossett-his annual worries to some ambitious junior.
Peggy Stantonfher Girl Reserve responsibilities to Ida Mae Bytheway.
Bertie Strang-the editorship of the Munhisko to Katherine Lang.
Betty Nicholson-her studiousness and initiative to Dorothy Prokopovitch.
lfranny Rowell-her technique in conquering basketball players to Olive Morgan.
Russ Gibson-his propensity for getting into trouble to Herbert Cosgrove.
And now, dear reader, we wish to lay before your wondering eyes the achievements of the great
class of "38" which has for three years trod the halls of Nlunhall High School and has added worlds
of history to the already swelling volumes. We are now ready to ascend to the supreme position
of seniors, having accomplished everything that is possible in three short years.
Let us go back one year when we were sophomores and were training the present sophomores
with greatest care and supreme judgment. Oh, how those little greenhorns did hate us then, but
wait-see what one year of our efficient tutelagehas wrought in them. Now they love and admire
us: they respect our greatness and are looking to us for further enlightenment. The present fresh-
men class has not been here long enough to evaluate and appreciate the great work we have done.
but it will gradually grow on them. As for seniors, we have seen them tottering many times on
their high pinnacle, and we have given them a helping hand in order that they might maintain their
It is quite useless and unnecessary to enumerate here all of our achievements. but one can
readily see we will succeed.
'l'Ul'-First Row tl.eft to Riglitl: Marsh, Coonilres, Kohler, Kumar. Iinhan, Riggs, llingnian. llakanie,
Kihulka, llryee, liuslow, Lacey, l.c-tkovics, Iivochko, Ilatley. Sehniitlt. llooth, Renders. liorekach,
Second Row: Ainis, Lee. Leland. Kurite, Kosko, liuklinca. Gent. l.osz. Koczko. Nlartin. Iirotlierton.
liuhan, Scnltle, Cotter, Cosgrove, Xlasenko, Learner.
'I'hirtl Row: l'haniherlain. Cerra, Anderson. Kurtis, Chuska. Corey, lfreneh, Lesko, Conway. Lewis,
lxalvin. Lninl. Xlaroney. liytheway, Lacey, lung. ,l0rdon, Xlacuga, lllaekie, klark, Main.
Fourth Row! Cloonan, Qlark, lloot. liondis, Malone. Freda, llart, lierger. Getneinhart. llartko, Neges-
ter, llausch. Harry, Alexander, .Xckcrnian, Flynn, Lukaszak. Calhoun.
BlIlJlJl.l-I-First Row: l'alsa. Rodger. H'Neill, Freda. l'rokopovitch. Sharp, Reagan, Reese. Nicholson
lirake, Donahue, Scheirer. Paha, Rhoden. Medley, Stnythe.
Second Row: llnnsavage. Sahle, Sharpe. lfisclnnan, Quigley, Nadzain, Staricka. Ritchie, Morrison, Smith
Undo, Stnith, Posipanko, Matson.
X 'l'hirtl Row: Noel. Blcllotvell. Sera, Sharp. Vangraee. linda, Olack, Notaeek. Nliller, Seidlarv, Shade,
Blerva, Skerlia. Ritzo, Steiner, l'ugh, Rohe. Xlorris. Rhotlen.
Fourth Row: livans, litlnie, llzaniko, Cloonan. Morgan, Raseliak. Selai. Nagy. Skyrnies. Sotak, Scliaff.
Iilliott, lferenez, Sotak, U'lirien, Millerin.
UU'l"I'OH-First Row: Stontt, Stuetller. XYallace, XYall, Gehrig. llannison, NYi1t. Toinasko, XYorton.
Geisel, llarhert, Handelsnian, Genieinhart, Steiner, Yost. French.
Second Row: Stone, Uhler, Gyurisin. Hutchinson, Veseleny, jackson, llarvey, Cosgrove, Gustafson,
NYils0n, Havrilla, Tiinniins, Yargo. jones, llornyak, Hulnie.
Tliird Row: XYalker. XYilsou. Gwynn. Volesko, Gliek. 'lihoinas. XYagner, Goeddel. Zeneuh. XYalker. Sul-
livan, Vines, Tichon. johnson, Hummel, Garland. Ilolian.
Fourth Row: Surincik, Gustafson, Guest, Grula, llolifnian, llollis, XYan4lzora, Vzajkowski, XYarganich.
l'rawfortl, XVeckerle. XYatson, lless, NYillianis.
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'FUI'-First Row 4l.cf1 to Rightdz Bloorei Mort, 'l'a1'asovic, .I:icohson, Miller, liasnilt, lleinko, tlonlish,
Uraselc, 'I'uhi'irly. Tuite. llaker. Nlikula, llolihrnch. lkergmlnist. llergclnisl.
Second Now: l'ashci', Iiramer. Lacey. Hanlon, llorvath. Richey, Raclaci. llrelia, Smolcy. I'crhac. ,lzufolif
son, Ovlioole. Monk. Host, Q'zn'riclt. lfakman, litlcn. liupcc.
Third Row: Beavers. Yonngnian, ,laeohson limliicr. Slava. .Xnfh-rson. Iliiczir, liuhan. Xlorlan, XYihnci
Zaugg, 'l'o1ipcr, l.i1ra. Olwiiiger, l'ln'yniak. XYihling. Stille, Ilonnelly.
Fourth Row: Reich. 'I'hrelf:1ll. llairston, Henrickson. Garrity. liosko, liororly, Slava, l':xytok, Flmciwvi-iii.
Popnvitch. juha, l'aylok, Gongla, liilly. jenkins.
Fifth Row: Coyne, Liston, Lycoe, McGill. linear, Borlnar, lliiffek. liarlock. Feclorko, llnlmcs, Zgy-
maunt, Yaiigo, lluilak, Zapf, Simko. Maroiiey, Nnss, Rceil. Topper.
IZOTTOKI-First Row: XYolfe. Smctana. Blartin, Sinai. l.ukas. Pope. Shir-lfls. liristolilq. Klarcinlw.
Blasko, Rubin, llaviil. liolson, Klcfartliy. lfvzilis, Farley. Shook.
Second Row: Tarasovic. lludas, 'I'oil4l, Gahocy. llujko. Jacohson, Link, Aclccrinan. Tliclinan. XxYllllL'llll.
Dicrken, Motterain, O'Nlallcy, Nlalceky, Race, Rushton, Zeigler,
'l'hird Row: Puskas, hlorasky, Lorah, Biroscak, Iiarsic, Glick. Michael, lanosko, Ovuka. gXmli'ews,
4 Lullcn. Novatnak. Morgan, Saho. liuzma. Macko, Kane. Ilngel, V. A I I
lfourth Row: Noroski. Kusek. liinavey, Price. Toth. Zainhorsky, Starglc, XYhite. lliran. Ilogg, l.aclw,
Needham, Aston. lirennan, llaniilton. Bell. Nenieth. Nlarlinko. llauria.
1939-NVhat a year that will be for Munhall High School! One of the greatest
classes of Munhall will graduate. liven though our stay at Munhall High School
has been limited to two small years. we can already predict our future greatness.
During our first year at Munhall we had all the characteristics of average
freshmen. However, after these two years of experience at dodging red marks and
the sarcasms of upper classmen. we now have the ability to snap a mean tinger and
grin at all those inconveniences.
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'l'OI'-lfirst Row tl.eft to Rightbz livans. llixou. Skarupa. XYallace. Matthews. Mcllowcll, XxYllki1'lSO1l,
Shope, llalliut, Lesko, Ripper, Redshaw. Nlcllouough. 'l'hrau, Gustafson, Steiner, I'illai'. lillkLlCZk2l.
Second Row: l'astirik, Rodgers. Billy. Finley. fhizuiar, Stufilc, lfarmer. Urll. l.adic, liradclock, Milcr
Ulu-stor. liashuha. Turoczy, lluydash, Foy. Nt-uumlorf. llraszczyna, lluuter. lluyclash. liuiery, NVilsou
Tliird Row: liepich. Xahay, liohler. L'rqul1art. .Xnlamitz. Tomasco, liuright. llarry, llostock, Gent, Hunt
llarnliug. Blick, Alhruclit. c4lllll'lllZi. liohut. Ifleuiiug, Grahavn. Steimer. Guy. Jacobs. Heist, Rowell
Fnurth Row: Schmidt. Morris, llill. Alforzl. Nlurpliy. Noll. C'a4lmau. l'hilli1ms, Huuker, Nlarshall, 'Boot
Srlixveixiliwg, Hampsou. llcurikson, lluut. Reich, Grossic, Host, liaplau, Patrick.
li0'l"l'URlflfii'st Row: Schick, Moluar, Choutos. Sykes, Cox. Slater. llouahue. jones, Vcscleny, Bailey
llukn-. l.egg, Kreuiclcy, Scxgida, l'lai'ris. Abraham, Noroski, Olysav. Siinko.
Scconml Row: Muir. lilrler, Blcliiuuey, liuhanscek. llalyko. Porter. Nloluuar, Jack. Grilmlmlc, XN'akefielCl
llofl'man. XVeckerle, VN'liitcnigl1t. Hall, Straug. U'l.cai'y. XVickleman, llaptie, Lengyel.
Tliircl Row: lleitzeu, XYL-Ish, Reese. Coley. llalcl, Terjac. Matthews. XYilhelm, Koval, liracuu, VVillis
llurcli. Ciainphell, Rcvcriclge. l'arl-ciusou. l'cumlarvis. Klorris. XlcNlilleuu. Ruddell. Knapp.
Fourth Row: llaws, lleatty. llarrctt. YYcst. XYalkcr. McMahon, llill. l,ummld. Sivits. XYilliam5. XVilson
Sharp, lloruak. Cyhatov. Sera. Stinuer. llilly, Downey. Devey, johnson.
Wle confess our greatness is hidden under a veil of modesty and we do not like
to brag. However. we know the other classes can well sit back and envy the en-
thusiasm we have shown in Munhall High School-in athletics. social and extra-
curricular activities. and studies.
And now, we have passed but a superticial view of a mighty class. XYith two
more years in which to startle the school, we will undoubtedly be enabled to establish
a career paramount in local history.
Here we are, folks. the most-talked about class in the High School. The sopho-
mores razzed us, the' juniors laughed, at us. and the seniors scorned us. but we are
still here with the same old spirit that we had when we arrived. All of the kid-
ding, such as it was. did not daunt us in the least, for you know the old saying that
"you canlt keep a good man down".
On the first of September. the doors of Munhall High School opened to admit
the freshmen class and we entered upon a new era in our career. Everything was
'l'Ul'-First Row fLcft to Rightj: Dzvonick, Cotter, lfostcr. Hopper, Tkach, llanirat. linznia, Morgan,
Uhlcr, llavis, Lhercp, Sukaly. Satala, Cloonan, Marsalek. Lacey, Lacey.
Second Row: Rowley, Sniclsccr, Kondis, Gallagher, Wrvlzlk, Snioley. Stahej, Smart, Spawn, Zainlyorsky
liundravy, liclmiak. liaziniir. Lucas, hlaluty, Lajkov, Snlia, lihcrman.
Third Row: lzlllljlllllldil. llreha, Jacko, Manfred, Topper. Knpcc. Sotak, liuzma. Tkach. Long, Kyle
McGuire, Krcll. Lclwemlcla, Milliren, llalone. llurica.
Fourth Row: l'alfy. finley. Kopacz, Yoytko. Pitellforcl, Xlaclicnzie. llantsch. Scinan. Harry, llartlanrl
XVontlzora, Vert-li. Seach. Morgan. NYintersteen, Rago, Zerlo.
Fifth Ron: limcry, Salvo. ftlotz. XYotherspo0n. Siedlarz. Ycselcny, Stnpar. Rowkowsky. llnrns, llaniforml
Granger, Russell. NYoclrick. Raschack. Lloyd. Blihalcin. Rokns. XYoodburn.
l?OT'l'OKl-lfirst Row tLcft to Rightb: Fnrlala, Rapp. Ifnhon. Knapp. Gerek. Fectko. Hogg. Ilartling
Y Kasnilc, Salmo. fliorlva. Blajernik. Brinker, lloytinx. llctlik. Sinionson. Yatsko. Glick,
Second Row: l'asay. Ilnlman. lYawszyk. Michael. linzma. linntlrat. Cannon. Pugh. Aston, llankowitz
linictz. Yarina, Sauk. llorvat, Rledvick. Ilvastza. liosnnla. Comorosky.
Third Row: llolinsky, lfencik, llorosz, Tliomas, l'iatt. lfcnlon, lfeckovic. Duckworth. liotlncr, lillllijll
Ciynrik. licgala, linzina. Nlaclar. liosko. Rlanlics. NYagnL'r, lirisck.
lfourth Row: Siarto. Nesky. Pastor, Kola, Snielscer. Nlartin. llogns. Schneider, Lesko, Rntlowsky, Lacck
Anderson. Palyok. llinklu. jones. Mcfiarter, l'opovicl1.
Fifth Row: licllcr, iiorey, Lhuha, Kean, Kish. Davies, Illasnieek, Rnshc, Crow, Race, llarry. Vogt
Swiclcn. 'l'ln'efall, Liscnlmiglcr. llnrechson, Crawford.
CK'CCl newTim l it is lll3 hg that W7 lll6W'l12'tf lilififfor that"' '
we sometimes failed to tind the right classroom. In spite of these difficulties we
soon settled clown to enjoy student life :md activities in Munhall High. School.
lfrom the start we ,gained this year we are bound to be the best class ever when
we become seniors. XN'e know our Class is capable of great things and the next
three years will prove it.
'l'Ol'-First Ron' ilmft to Rightl: Nell. lddon, Lloyd. Soriz. VYlmtling. Aininerinun, Rlahoney, Steiner
Kascnlzi. Smith. toomhes, Skzirnim. I':1ha, Vasternak. Ilzinkowitz, liaptie, Nalmy, Jzieolms.
Second Row: Nlyford, Hoffmzin. flieclwick, VVher1'y, Nlanns, Rush, Doran, Finley, llelmrick, Morgan
Nnss, l'opovieli. Manns. llrnszezynn. Ilnelc, Uhrinuk. llower. Brcthold, Chilli,
'l'l1irf'l Row: Race. Baker. Ragnn, VVilson. llrake, Klein, Thir. llnsak, Longmore. Hickey, Puchy Takncs
Sliarp. Lutseh. Page, Uurhzini. lbnrhznn, Mooney.
lfonrth Row: Xlontgmnery. Lesko. tlorllon, lialog. llnnnrlireys. Gnttschling. Yurinzl. liostelnik, Gordon
Toniko. llnll. Andrezico, Coon. Strnlt. XVelsh. Jzicolms, l"u1my. llajns. Lzitzy.
l!tVl"I'UNlfl4'i1-st Row: Hallam. Nun. Moore, Reese. Schilling. Corso. Latzy, Xlhsowsky, .Xniata. Noll
Pastirik. I'opoviteli. liastnian. Henson, linnsch. Seiss. Nlnlligzin. XYeber.
becond Row: Simon. Fisher. Rlnlligzin. XYherer. Scliuchnizin. t'errn. Faust. Gray. Sfllllii-k'l'l. Perkins. Noll
Perrin, llntko, liziunsavagc. Selinrr, llrzint, XYilson. Henson. i'2lVllSl'CO.
Third Ron: Rlc.Xte:ir, Miller. Klnszle. Tnroezy, Tomko. jneolxs, tlidns. l':istern:ik. xyllllfllll, Sullivan
Sturnk. Snrily. .Xsliotlf Gzitelionsv. NYl1ite, Fitzgilmlnoiis. Agnrily.
Fonrtli Row: tlwnrzid, Kuhns. Ilonieezyek. llartman. Grnln. Belnn. Meliinncy. Nlitz, lless, Rolisnn
Maxwell, NVilli:nns, Scliirra. VVi'igh1, llelzin.
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up to Bottom: Hnrulml Oliver, Halfhackg Lcwis XVilson, End
.lose-ph Mooney, llulflmckg Albert Parks, Qurwtcrbackg VW
liam Pugh, limlg .lack llzlrrisou, Center.
Mixed odors of mothballs and perspiration. miles of adhesive tape. a six-footer ooz-
ing out of a live-foot-six pair of pants, wrenched shoulders, broken ankles, and slightly
altered proiiles present a realistic impression of lVlunhall's 1956 football season. This
period is one of little glory, with frequent setting-up exercises and savage attavks in
scrimmages and with opponents.
Two weeks of offensive and defensive drills, punctuated by hard scrimmages and
chalk talks, slowly conditioned and coordinated our Munhall Iileven into form to meet
Although the Maroon and YYhite warriors completed its season somewhat lean with
victories. they did finish strong with the spirit of development and future aeulmplishments.
ln eight games played. the Maroon and White waved triumphantly once, shared honors
once. and saw its colors dropped in defeat six times. In some cases, these defeats were
hard to accept, coming as breaks after Nlunhall had clearly outplayed the opponents.
XVith some promising players returning next year, N'lunhall's hope for the future is
First Row lla-ft tu liightl: Nlathieson. Alones, Hlivcr. Sotak, llnllas. lit-ll. Ifutni lxv ki
llircli. Lianiplvell, llevey, Ritchie. 1"el'ei1ez, Xivasko.
Second Row: Xlr. Markowitz. XYils0n. finest, llerger. livajkowslci, llullas, time-in
Parks. Yogi, Pugh, t'loonan. Malone, llnrhani, XVilson. Mr. Ilei-ge-r.
j,,,Q. ,M ,, .WW we N
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lirst Row tl.cft to Righlli Mathieson, Ritchie. livans. XYilson. Cotter, Strung. Knapp.
ecoml Row: XVelrer, XYilson. Dzainko, Malone. Yoght. tloonzni, lit-rger. Morgan. Mr.
BOYS' BASKETBALL SEASGN
Torn football jerseys and lopsided footballsfrelics of a memorable football season
-Were no sooner discarded than basketball became the subject of interest and specula-
The 1936-37 season was one of which the Bergermen might well be proud. The team
completed the season with the Maroon and XYhite waving triumphanty eleven times and
bowing to opponents in ten games.
Out of ten games played in the XY. P. I. A. L.. Munhall was victorious in five. Up
until the Duquesne game, we were tied for hrst place with Homestead and Duquesne in
the league. This game proved to be a verv exciting one with the Maroon and XVhite
quintet holding the lead the greater part of the time,
livery man on the squad acquitted himself creditably and the team may well look
forward to a successful season next year.
The entire combination, with the exception of Morgan. Evans. Lew XYilson. and
VVally NVilson. together with a wealth of reserve material will be intact for the 1938
season and great things are expected in a basketball way for Nlunhall. Great work.
L Boys' Baletballichedule
Nl unh all
'K League Game
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Girls' Basketball Season
Munhzlll ,,,,,,s ,MSO-Catlmeclral ,
Munhall ,,,,,,, ,s,,,, 1 4-Glassport ,,,,,,,,
Munlmll, ,,,,,, ,,,, 1 3-VVest Newton
Munhall, ,,,,,,7 , ss,,,,s 13-lilizabeth 7,
Munhall ,,,,,,s , s,,,,, 24-Cathedral
Munhall s,,,,,,7 ,.,,. 8 ffilassport ,,,ss
Nlunlmll s,,,,,,, , ,,s,, 2S+NN'est Newton ,
Nlunhall ,.A,,,, , ,,7, 7,22-Elizabeth
Nlunhall W ,s,s, 33-Salina
GIRLS' BASKETBALL INDIVIDUALS
Il to Bottom: Ruth Sharp. center: lcln Mac liythcwzly, f 1
wurclg Mildred Berger, forwardg Vivian Noll, forward.
'llake a look at this group! Look again! The lIllI'tllll1L'llllll bt-ingj over. you are now
avquainted with the girls' basketball squad. Regular girls. you say? Yes. and good
girls. too. lfor what do they stand? Clean sport. health. friendship, cooperation. team
work. No matter where they Went. whether they won or lost. pleasant companionship and
jolly times prevailed. Our Coach. Miss Upton. is just one of us when it comes to en-
joyment, but grave and earnest in work time.
This year. a new type of basketball was introduced- -the two-court type to replace
the formerly used triple-court. The Vptonites acquitted themselves favorably to this
new system by winning six out of nine games. Some of the ganies proved to be real thril-
ers. with Nlunhall emerging Victorious.
XYith most of our squad returning next year. the outlook is very promising for girls'
basketball in Nlunhall High School,
First Row tl.cft to Kightl: Raclan-i. llinska. llandelsinan, Ord.
Second Row: .Xlhright. l't'rra, lit-rgcr, Morgan. Nlclh-well, Noel. Islarrv, Lewis.
Third Row: Parish, llytlwway, XYilliains. johnson. Tichon. Miss Upton. Nletllt
Sharp, llnntniel, King.
SET FOR ACTION
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helm, lfehla C'ui'i':m ,loan Schuch
man. lit-nnetli llrossett.
key, Klr. Khzxrlton.
THE RIFLE TEAM
Bang! A bull's eye! And so Munhall's Ride Team has completed another
successful year on the firing line. These marksmen shot their way through a series
of matches, and before the second semester, they had won the National junior Bi-
Weekly match. This was a great achievement because there were one hundred and
thirty teams from all parts of the United States competing.
On February 19, Munhall defeated the Carnegie Tech freshmen by a score of
993 to 977, which proved a great surprise to the big school.
There are certain qualities, however. which are essential in the development of
a good rifle shot. These are: teamwork. careful attention to minor details, nervous
and muscular coordination. willingness to receive instructions. concentration, ac-
curacy, courtesy, patience. sportsmanship, and honesty.
Our Rifle Team, sponsored by Miss Markey, Mr. XYilson, and Mr. Charleton
has given Munhall High School a team of which we can well be proud.
First Row fl,eft to Rightj: Evans. Park-
inson, Perkins, foley. Moore. IV,I'CSllCl',
Seiss. llietzcn. E
Second Row: M illerin, Stille. Curran,
Rlarkcy, T. Cliarleton, Markey, Mr. VVilv
son. llrasldock, Rowell, llunker.
Third Row: johnson. lievcriclge, Skyrnies.
linriglxt, Larlic, VYilkinson, Reich,
Rowell, l.ongmoi'c. VVlierry, Sorg, Gros-
sett. Scliucliman, VVilhelm,
Kneeling: Nlr. XYilson. Miss Max'
Fceollnl Row: lfllalley, Price. Kiiiixvcy
THE SOCCER TEAM
Kms:-Raw.1l.eit-ee-!+i+yhw: 4+ef+11,-fefelewt, -
llnrvey. Czlmv. Cotter. XYolf, livaus.
Nlathie. Klorgzm, llierkcn. limlnie, 'l'ara-
sovie, llauria. Nr. Rutter.
llllird Row: Clleflwick, Xlilko. Cullen
Miilerin. O'Xlalley. Lacko, Ritchie,
VYeckerle. XYilson, Noroski, XYilsun.
Munhall emerged from their 1936 soccer season highly victorious. Out of
seven games played, the Maroon and White won four, tied one, and lost two games.
Although soccer is a comparatively new sport in Munhall, over twenty boys
answered Mr. Rutter's call last September. Having some material from last year
to work with, Mr. Rutter soon turned out a winning team.
The Munhall Hooters finished second in the W. P. I. A. L., which is an excel-
lent showing for a newcomer. YYith the improvement shown this year, Munhall
should come out with winning Colors next year.
The schedule and results for this year Were:
Munhall ...... . 3-Peabody
Munhall 1-Allegheny .....
Munhall 1-fShadyside Academy
Munhall 5fShadyside Academy
Munhall 3-Carnegie Tech ..
First Row fLeft to Rightbz Jacobson
Deniko, Gabocy, Nlartin, Barsic, Aston
Masenko, llospidor, Ondo, Hogg, Snic
Iana, Knapp, Cosgrove, Evans, GuStaf
son, VVhite, Toth, llzamko, Michael
Hamilton, Sotak, Mr, Rutter.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Munhall added another sport to its diversified athletic program this year by
sponsoring a Cross Country team.
The first call for candidates by the coach, Mr. Rutter, brought out about 45
boys who practiced faithfully over the tough ZZ mile Calhoun course.
The "hill and dale" team was selected after an inter-class meet was run, with
C. Cosgrove stepping home the winner, well in advance of the pack.
Dual, triangular, and open meets were entered, and, considering it was the first
year of competition. a fair showing was made.
C. Cosgrove, J. Barsic, F. Gustafson, -I. Demko, F. Pasay, and J. XVhite were
awarded varsity letters, while C. Smetana, R. Aston, E. Knapp, and L. Evans were
awarded reserve letters.
In our dual meets we won once and lost once. Munhall finished third to Can-
onsburg and Brentwood in the triangular meet. In all the five open meets, the run-
ners made an excellent showing. XVe are proud of them!
The Swimming Team of Nlunhall High School for 1937 was organized. ap-
pointing Herbert Cosgrove as captain, Robert NYilson as manager. while Mr. Clem-
ents remains faculty manager.
The team holds the records for third place in the district meet, fourth plate in
the regional meet at Slippery Rock, and seventh place in the state meet at l'emi
Herbert Cosgrove provided one of the high lights of the annual XYestern Penn-
sylvania lnterscholastic Athletic League swimming championship held in the Car-
negie Tech pool, where he finished first in the ltltl-yard breast stroke to break the
league and Tech pool records for the event. His time was l:l3.5 minutes. clipping
more than a second from the old mark set by Bob NleLennon of Langley only two
weeks before the meet.
'l'he members of the team have provided many other high lights in the swim-
lllllll' season this vear. and the interest which has been shown in swimming leads us
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to believe that it will be one of our foremost activities next year,
lfirst Row tl.eft to Rightl: lklilson, ll:lr1. llmieli. Aklllllilll. liarry, Klr. tilt'
ents. tilessner, 'l'l1relf:1ll, Llosgrove, Knight. liospitlor.
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THE SENIOR PLAY
Time: 8:15-The entrance jammed! The house packed! Chairs in the
aisles! Curtain ready to go up! That was the dynamic synopsis of Friday even
ing, November 20, 1936, when jane Eyre was presented by the Senior Class
XYall Spenees adaptation for the stage of Charlotte Bronte's immortal story of
the orphan girl who wins the heart of her employer proved to be very interesting
From start to finish, the seniors played admirably and made "jane Eyre some
thing' more than merely another senior activity.
.Yam - -
jane Eyre - -
Dowagar Lady I llgfrllll
Lady diary - -
Dr. Carter -
Lady Blanche -
Sir Wilfred Lynn
Zilcl - - -
Rav. foim lfiwrx
Dirrclar - -
lust Row QLeft to Riglitlz Crawford, Fox, Slater, lispy, VVilson, Sliarp,
Rowell, Altman, Nlchlillen, XVilsou, VVilson, Douglas, Morgan, Rosso.
- EvoN XYILSON
- JUNE REESE
- BETTY XVILSON
- RALPH Espv
- THOMAS MORGAN
- XVESLEY Fox
- Miss RUSH
Left to Right: Kenneth Grossett, Ralph Espy. Arthur Altman, ,lamcs Dresher
Ruth Sharp. Catherine Boot.
THE SQNNLIAL STAFF
Editor -------- IQENNETH GROSSET1'
Bu.vimxv.v illamzgw' - - JAMES DRESHER
Litffmry Eafizm' - - - RUTH SHARP
Aa5m'rli.vi11g fllazzager - - RALPH ESPV
Fmlzm' Edifar - - - 4XR'1'HUR :XLTMAN
Arlixl - - - - C,x'rHERiNE Bom'
Ar! S1zpw'zfi.mr - - MR. VVA1.'1'ER XYEAVER
Fauully i4dz'f.l-or ----- - Miss '1'HEI.MA BERc1:i':i4
Florence Guiney. Relda Curran. Mae Markey, Madeline Lewis. Iivelyn Slater.
Dorothy XYooclley, Yiolet Sable, Ruth James. Mignon Bobbin. Frances Rowell. Mary
,lean Massie. Catherine Boot.
LITICRARY STA FF
livon XYilson. Catherine Boot. Frances Rowell. VVallace NYilson. Clara Kenvin.
Louise Bertram. Virginia Churnia. Mary jean Massie. Edna McMillen. june Reese.
BUSINESS STA FF
Martin Gustafson, Dennis Balent, John Demko, Lucille Mort.
F IC A '1' U R FI STA F F
Betty Nicholson. Helen Bolton. Mignon Bobbin. Robert XYilson. Chester XYake-
Francis Pasay. Yernard Fleming, Evelyn Floyd. Ruth james. Yiolet Sable,
Grayce Hill, Ralph Espy.
Erika Lutsch, Iimery Molnar, jane Thran. Frank Gribble, Doris Hill, Marion
Rowell. Virginia Rush, Mercedes Longmore. Clarence Hill, Zella Vtlilkinson, june
Hunker, Gordon Maxwell, Anna Skarupa. Marjorie Hickey, Toni Donahue. Regina
lflnright, Caroline Kukuczka.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row tl,cl't to Riglitbz Uri-slier. filllbll, .Xltxn:in, liskwy.
Seconrl Row: Lewis, Strang, Nicholson, Mr, XYzilliert. lloxxel, Grossett,
fliirml Row: VVilson, Reese, llziclcer, Stanton. Douglas. Slmrii, Alztssie, lloot,
The National Honor Society
'l'he Albright Chapter of the National llonor Society is sponsored by our very popu-
lar Germain teacher. Nlr. Xhvillbtift. who takes his interest in the society just as seriously as
its nienibers. who :ire the niost active iiizlivicltlzlls in the Senior Class. Czincliclzites for this
honorary society :ire selected :incl voted on by the teachers after which they :ire installed in
the orgzinization by one of the niost solemn initizttions of any club in the school.
liecziuse it is one of the most iinportunt groups in our school, all of the students con-
sider it their goal zincl strive toward better Scholarship. Leadership, Chzirzicter, and Ser-
vice. which are the symbols of this society.
lizich year the National Honor Society takes charge of Munhalls Christmas Tree
and tzikes ll great part in securing nlonetziry zticl for the unfortunzttes in our connnunity.
'l'o belong to this society is one of the highest honors Munhztll bestows upon its students.
The Band and Orchestra
XVhat a bunch of enthusiastic noise-makers? ll! They certainly are capable of making peppy.
lively music which can be heard all over the school, Our band. which had not been organized for
several years, has become one of the principal organizations of our school under the excellent sup-
ervision of our capable music director, Mr. Todd. Many of the students have said, truly enough.
that it is worth your while and money to go to a game just to hear the band.
'l'he orchestra is our other music-making organization. How perfectly the trumpet and vio-
lin sections blend while the bass horns provide a beautiful background. XYho knows, some of our
members may play for great symphonies some day. Indeed the music this organization has pro-
vided for us can be compared favorably with that of orchestras in much larger schools,
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
First Row ll.t-ft to Rightb: Leland, Smoley. Gent, lianc, XX'allace, lirnla. t'osg'rove, Iibnt-r,
Bausch, linncli, XYakeliel4l, XYcbL-r. Nlcnk, XY1ll'21!llllL'll, Glick, l'arrielq, Iihernlan,
Second Row: O'l18H1-IY- Kfmf- Jacobson. Melloxvcll, llavis. Nloorc, jones, XYilkinson.
llLlSfill'SUlI. XYllliel1n, Nlorgan. Xlvilson, Xlorgan, Stille, t'onn'?1y, Morgan, Pusher, lleisel.
Jacobson. Xlr. Totltl.
Third Row: Cosgrove, lilick. Pugh. lispy. l'1lC1'llll1g', XX'ilson, Berger, St-nftle, Stone, lzlko,
llutll-k. Rowley, Lloyd, Nlillerin.
l"fnn'tli Kon: l'hlcr, iiocslxlcl. YYalker, Xlvintersteen. l,cl1c4lml:i. Hlasnicik,
First Row lI.eft to Nightlz Markey. Shade. Ycney, Morgan. Nicholson, Ilcbiak. Mr. Totlcl.
1 ilomlish, Chuska, XYi1son. L'onnelly,' lihcrnian, VYoodlcy, Litra, Morgan, Pugh.
Second Row: 'Foppn-r. Rowell, Niles. Dunkcrtmi, Matis, Hartlainl, Anxlerson. Skerba,
Pasteur, Popoviteli. I3amt'or1l, tluiney, Thoinpson, Vogt, jones. Plreehorougli, Nlitz.
Third Row: Gwynn, Lewis, jones. O"I'oolc, Pulaski, Sceman. Sawyer. Thomas, Lewis.
llassic, Hager, Douglas. Sharp. Mort, Stille. Macllonald. llaclicnzie, Hacker, Eber-
wien, Kane, Farley, jones.
Fourth Row: Oliver, Parks, Cannon, Duckworth, Pugh, tlrob, Smith, Reese. Iiakman,
Carrick, Burns, Voulten, llinklc, Knight. XVildinp,', Fox, Lengycl, Mooney, Davies.
Listen! Ah! The ninety members of our Choir are preparing for the operetta, "Oh, Doc-
tor!" Combining the etiicient leadership of Mr. Kenneth Todd and the talent with which he has
to work. we have the promise of great things.
This year our Choir was outfitted in new vestments of Maroon and XVhite. which has added
much to their appearance. lfor our Armistice Day and Christmas programs and various other
times during the year, they have entertained the student body and guests.
Although a comparatively new activity in Munhall High School, it has made great progress
and gives promise of much more in the future.
Woodlawn Student Council
This organization has been operating for three years. The members are chosen
by the students from within the entire student body for the term of one year. Cre-
dentials for membership are based on scholarship and leadership.
The association has been very active in its work. It supervises all student
activities held in XYoodlawn school. and has aided greatly in the discipline in the
halls and auditorium. Their wise leadership has gained the cooperation of the
student body and much credit is due to their tine work.
Munhall Student Council
The student council is considered one of the most important organizations in the
school. lt has a larger crew this year than has ever been known before. This is
due to the larger student body which the council represents. The power to restrict
and grant permission to hold social functions is one of its chief duties. It guides
the students over rough seas by determining when and why a law should be made
and enforced. james liresher is the president. Pearl Handelsman. vice-president.
and Kenneth Grossett, secretary. Mr. XYilson and Mr. Hyatt are advisers for the
WOODLAWN STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row ll.el't to Rightli Prosser. liric-
son, VVilkinson, Miss llrown, Miss NYelcl1.
Bfcllowell, Iddon. liaptie, Wlallace.
Second Row: Kondas, Gray, Molnar.
Gribble, Slater, jones, Chontos, Ripper,
Tliird Row: Seiss, liuppold, Schirra, Bap-
MUNHALL STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row ll.eft to Righty: Mr. llyatt,
Dreslier, Hznidelsman, Grossett, Mr. XVil-
Second Row: Tarasovic, Lacey, Curtis.
W'ilding, jones, Reese, Rowell.
Third Row: Morgan. Lloyd. ,lohnson.
Medley, Stanton, llill. Hacker. Ble-
Fourth Row: Cosgrove, .Xinis, Lacko.
Mulligan. Capp, Glick. Kolson. llogg.
Our Munhisko Stall' is made up of a group of very energetic boys and girls. If
not Writing articles, they are busy assembling papers, typing articles, selling papers,
and thinking of new ideas for the Munhisko.
liven though they do work hard, they have loads of fun. The staff held a ban-
quet again this year. This is an annual event which is becoming very popular. The
faculty presented a very amusing and entertaining play to help the linancial status
of the staff.
Mixing pleasure with hard work. the Munhisko Staff plods along editing an
educational, amusing, and entertaining paper for the pupils of M. H. S., under the
guidance of Miss Ball and Miss MacBeth.
The senior hall cops, twenty-six in all, were boys and girls of scholastic ability,
pleasing personality, and good behavior, Each one was assigned a post, and it was
his duty to see that peace and order were maintained at all times, Anyone failing
to heed the warning of a hall cop was subject to a punishment td be determined by
student council. l'nder their guidance the halls were kept in order and peace
reigned. At the end of the tirst semester the junior hall cops replaced the seniors at
First Row tLeft to Riglitl: Vkfagner,
Lang, fapp, Nicholson. Miss liall, Miss
Klacllctli, Strang, llill, Chnrnia.
Second Row: jacolison, lilick. Tarasovic.
Moore. Prolcopovitcli. Volecsko, Bythe-
way, Sharp, james. Markey.
Third Row: Stone, Lloyd, Morgan, Lye
coc. Litra, Rowell, Boot, Crawford,
Sable, Forrest, Cliedwick.
Fourth Row: Nlcfartliy. Ainis. Scuffle,
laflckn, l'osgrox'c, Fleming, llavid, Kol-
son, Rnluin, Vusay, llemko.
First Row tl.eft to Riglithz Douglas,
Rowell. Hill, tininey, Slater. Curran.
Strang, liertrani, Stanton.
Second Row: llcinko, Grossett, VVilson.
Mchlillcn, Jones, Sharp, Hacker, Massie,
Lewis, Gustafson, lispy, Moore.
Third Row: Savko, Rlnlligan, liostelnik,
XYilkinson. XYilson. XYakeficltl, Altman,
Dreshcr. XYilson, Oliver, O'Nlalley, Mor-
Fifth lxon: George. lfvans, Alones. tios-
l grove, .Xlcxai1mli'i'. lienieinllart. Xllilsuril.
lYilson. .Xltni:in, lfleniing. llarrison,
ter. lYilson. lifmcll. Slater. liilly.
tl"l'onle. Slzltis. Schmidt. Reese. Slaxa,
lqlatley. Silly.. lY:iuiiei'. 'll-ppt-i', lfoster.
Thirnl Row: llonzxlinc, liondas, Sziluol.
lfirst Row tl.ef1 to Rightli Noroski, Mr.
Second Roni Nlatliieson, llcrgcr, lYilson,
Nlorgaii. livans. liiltson.
'l'hird Nou: lfilnic, Ritchie. liusgiuxc,
lfrcclsorougli. lli'cslit'I'. llilnllllu. l.lo5'Il.
Knapp. lacolmson, Nloore.
l-'ourth Row: Swenson. XYilkinson. ling- '
lisll, tirossett. lfspy, fllixcr, XY:lkeliclrl.
Xlathie. Sipos, lfllis. Rt-liek. tfoilcr.
llxainko, lllaeka. liar-ic. t'lnn'illa.
First Row t'l.cft to lflgllllf llznnlelsinan.
lvnigg. XX oodley. llcrirani. 'l':n'aNox ic,
Xoungnian, Wilmer. Nloorc, Xliss Nlac- 1
lleth. Stanton. Nicholson. lirzliner. llyf
tlieuzly."l'iiite. 'linln'irl5, lioln-rts, lloli
Second Row: l.:icev, Xlacllonzil-l. lirneu-
ll'all. Curtis. t'orey, tionnelly, Zangg,
Sharp. flL'1'l'Il. xvilsuil. llorvath. Rieliey.
tiodisll. l.istoli. Sccch. lfden, tlarlinnl.
Fourtll Rowi I4-eoe. liulnia. llarlrert.
Nlzisik. l.ewis. tort-y. tiallaglier. Xlort.
tiuiney. lfeilorlco. Slava. llanis, tloednlel.
X o o t
Nuss. .lar ncy. 'I' pier. lizirlot-le, f- ff -v --
'l'he Hi-Y holds weekly meetings, the program consisting of group discussions.
reports on special topics, or speakers. The Hi-Y attempts to extend throughout the
school high standards of t'liristian character by conducting better slogan Campaigns
and other service projects.
The aim of the Hi-Y this year is to become a member of the National Youth
Movement so that our school may have the advantage of a national character building
'l'he first semester ollicers of the club were llavid Noroski. .lack lYeber, Lester
livans, and Richard Nlathieson. with Nlr. lieggs as the sponsor.
Ulfllffllfll, failure, fallow tin' gfrrzvi.
For ffn' ffztzfiu' ttf!!! fzuldx flltftltkn
In the fall of this school year, the Girl Reserves began its activities and again
proved itself an asset to the .Xlma Mater. Its greatest purpose is to create a feeling
of friendliness and service among the girls. and this aim has been successfully
attained. l'nder the leadership of Nliss Nlaclieth. the girls made favors for tht
hospital at Christmas time. Several parties and Yox-lop programs have been held
completing the social activities.
'l'he president of the senior club is Peggy Stanton and the president of tht
junior club is Nlabel Moore.
First Row CL6f11 to Rightl: Morgan, Bliss
Second Row: Mathieson, llzamko, Capp,
'lihird Row: XYaketielrl. Altman, Millerin,
lfirst Row theft to Rightlz Donnelly.
vlacohson. 'l'ulri'itly, Mr. lilkins, Bliss
Rislieherger. Roberts, Morgan, Lloyd.
Second Row: XYelxer. hlacohson, liramer.
-lacolusuu, Obringer. Cloonan. Satalla.
'l'hix'd Row: libucr. Sharp, Blassie, Boot,
Blctluire, Iltmhnson. Lewis, XYallace, Swenf
lfuurth Ruw: XVai'ganicl1. Xagy. Eden.
Lewis. Schuchman.. liulton. Wilson, bus-
tafson. lispy, Fleming.
The Stage Guild
Raggy overalls. dirty faces, hands smeared with paint. sweaty brows4all this
describes our stage guild.
But underneath all this, we have a clean-cut group of good hard workers who
are forever hoisting scenery, pushing light buttons, and applying their artistic
ability with that of their muscles.
'l'hey must be alert and ablei to take and execute orders given by Miss Thelma
Rush, their excellent supervisor.
All the beautiful and artistic scenes we have witnessed throughout the year are
directly due to our very capable stage guild.
'l'hen, to provide for relaxation and releasement of each passengers pent-up
energies. we have the Hobby Club.
ln Cabin ll we can see the girls at work---knitting, painting, sculpturing.
making wooden plaques. pocketbooks, etc.
In Cabin 13 the boys are specializing this year in working with metal and wood
---making ash trays, book ends, etc.
Functioning under the guidance of their sponsors, Miss Risheberger and Mr.
lfllkins, these hobbyists have covered a large scope of pet diversions and have ele-
vated their club to one of the most active in the school.
f Wi W iTiibrar572Club fi f if i
The Library Club of Munhall High School is composed of the pupils who have
worked in the library for one or more years. Under the watchful eye of our librarian
the students of the club are taught many useful thingsefthe care of a library, the
placement. numbering, and tiling of books. the binding and repairing of books. as
well as checking books in and out.
Woodlawn Dramatic Club
'l'he VVoodlawn Dramatic Club has at its wheel. Mr. Busch. l'nder his guid-
ance. it has had a most successful year. Through the auditorium doors one can hear
plaintive melodies. piercing screams. and numerous orders from the director.
Comedies, melodramas, and tragedies have been performed for us. 'l'he club, which
has been in existence for several years, has become very successful and popular.
First Ron 4l.cft to Righil: liaziniir,
Voytko, l'hl:u'. Kraeuter, Xlrs. Clarke.
Miss jones. lirlelm. llarhcrt, Seech. Sur-
Second Ron: jones, llackcr, XYoodley.
llcrtram. 4 bloncs, I.El?Yl'L'llClS. Markey.
Seirllarz, Curtis. Raclacl.
'lihiril Row: Forrest, Ixloore, Moore,
Swanson,A Kenvin, Carter, Vogt. Nagy,
Fourth Row: NYM son, Lacko, Dziyid.
livans, Veselenv, Link. l.ainmei't. Link.
l'hler, Pasay, llcmko.
WOODLAWN DRAMATIC CLUB
First Row Cl.cft to Rightl: Lesko, llolll
man, Dcbrick. Neff. XYl1eri'y, Smith,
Redsliaw. llakcr, liukucxka, l'illa1',
llower, l.utsch, Vhrinak, Rush.
Second Row: Drake. lilfrill. R2-igall. Xml,
Vastirik, Moore. .Xbrahain. Donahuc.
Nluir, Schilling, Rlyford, Finley, Mc'
Third Row: Longmore. llottsehling. Hum-
phreys, liepich. Churma, Hickey. Hunt.
Fleming, Murphy, Alford. Hunker,
Rowell, llill, Rostock.
Fourth Row: Klr. Busch, Ileveridge, lliet-
zen, Koval, Blitz. Knapp. Nlillcr, alc-
Millen, Ioncs, Morris, Molnar.
Woodlawn Hi - Y
The Hi-Y of Wloodlawn was organized for the purpose of teaching' the boys of
the school how to live cleanly and be good sports. Boys are taught the value of hon-
esty, fairness, teamwork and leadership. The programs presented at the club meetings
tend to teach the members many valuable lessons which will aid them later in life,
Under the able leadership of its sponsor, Mr. Trimble, and Bernard Coley, Clarence
Hill, and Bob Hoffman as officers, the Hi-Y has fulfilled the purposes for which it
Woodlawn Herald Staff
The NVoodlawn Herald Staff. organized as the journalist Club, has completed
its second successful' year at publishing the school paper, The Woodlawn Herald.
This year, the added features of crossword puzzles, comics, illustrated articles, home
room news. and the Vox Discipuli have made the paper more interesting and in-
creased the sales. Almost everyone subscribed to the paper which is published
every two weeks. At the beginning of the year the XVoodlawn Herald joined the
Pennsylvania School Press Association. The co-editors of the paper are Erwin
Koval and Frank Gribble.
First Row il.elt to Rightlz Cox, WVillis
Coley, Mr. Trimble, liaptie, VVakefield
Second Row: Pendarvis, Jack. McKin
ney. Hoffman, Corso, -Tones.
Third Row: lleattv, Rnddell, llill, Sharp
WOODLAWN HERALD STAFF
First Row fLcft to Riglitlc Grant, S-hope
Nenndorf, Mr. Brand, Koval. Bliss Ben
dall, llonahuc. hlr. Shannon, Gribble
Surg, Lloyd, Clioutos.
Second Row: lYeckerlc, Jones. lddon
Jacobs, Thran, Kukuczka, Mcllonouglr
Gnydash, Rush, Lntsch, lflirinak, Rap
tic, Gray, Simon, Molnar.
Third Row: llanipson, Hoot, Urquhart
l"hillips, Reich, Rowell, Raptie, llalfl
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Schwcinberg, llenrikson. Guvdasli, Flem-
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Schmidt Electric Co.
W. T. Grant Co.
Meyer I. Grinberg
l. l. Newberry Co.
F. W. Woolworth
johnston the Florist
F. W. Howden
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SCHOOL JEWELERS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS
JULIUS L. STEINSAPIR
NIXON BLDG. PITTSBURGH 425 SIXTH AVE.
MaIcers of MunI1aII High ScI1ooI's Commencement
Invitations and DipIomas
"The Land of Sunshine"
HAHN 8g SKYRMES
Agents for all Iots in the Homestead Paric District,
inciuding Homestead Paric Land Company, Carnegie
Land Company, I'IamiIton I'IiIIs PIan, Brieriy PIan, and
OFFICE: SECOND FLOOR
803 Amity Street Phone Ho-2252
YOU CAN GET SOMEWHERE
WITH BUSINESS TRAINING
DUFFS IRON CITY COLLEGE
424 DUOUESNE WAY ATLANTIC 4875-4876
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SEE FOR YOURSELFfTHE NEW ROYAL PORTABLE
THE "PERFECT" MACHINE
MACHINE FOR THE STUDENT
SPECIAL RENTAL RATES TO STUDENTS
FORT PITT TYPEWRITER CO.
642 LIBERTY AVENUE
HALF B ROS.
"Happy Home Furnishers"
120-122 E. EIGHTH AVENUE Established 1899
WATERSPAREENAMEL WALLHIDE PRIMER
NEFF GLASS CO.
PHONE HOMESTEAD oeso
308 E. 8TH AVE.
ENJOY THE HOSPITALITY OF
IAMES ll. KUIIN OLD STONE
One Mile West of County Airport
DAY OR NIGHT
Gregg Shorthand Typewriting
Review Finishing Course
New Classes June, July, September
130 E. 8th AVE., HOMESTEAD "We Save You Time and Money"
Attractive Rooms in Office Building
23 Successful Years in Pittsburgh
Boyd Business College
THIRD FLOOR BESSEMER BLDG.
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Maple Service Station
JAMES McCLATCHEY, Manager
MAPLE STREET, MUNHALL
Phone HOmestead 2016
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THE SPRUCE UP CLEANERS
Ammerman 8c l'laws
230-36 SECOND AVENUE
EIGHTH AVE. 8g LIBRARY ST.
Phone HOmestead 3600
"Homestead's Leading Printers"
Telephone Homestead 2960
305-307-309 E. 7th AVENUE
FOR YOUR NEXT ELECTRICAL
Schmidt Electric Co.
124 E. 8th AVE., HOMESTEAD, PA.
Radios, Refrigerators, Washers,
Mangles, and Sweepers
Phone Homestead 2921
Franlc W. Berlceley
Prescriptions Filled Glasses Furnished
Established 1907 Credit
Telephone HOmeslead 1138
HATS . l I 51.1055 Homestead's Best Store
ANDERSOWS TAILORS CLOTHIERS
332 E. Eighth Avenue
EIGHTH AVENUE AT McCLURE
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PHONE HOMESTEAD 2267 PHONE BRANDYWINE 2938
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Residence-413 NINTH AVENUE Branch offacaE114 HAWKINS AVENUE
MUNI-IALL, PA. RANKIN, PA.
457 FIFTH AVENUE, HOMESTEAD, PA.
GampheII's lluality Stores
We specialize in Freshly
Compliments Dressed Poultry, Finest Butter,
of Eggs, Cheese, Teas, Coffees at
our Butter Store, and all lcincls
of Live Poultry and Fresh
. Fish at our Fish and Poultry
125 E. 8th AVE. COR. 'lth Xu AMITY
Phone HO-0776 Phone HO-2314
COLLINS 81 SCHWEINBERG
Coal and General Contracting
Estimates Cheerfully Given
3816 Grace Street HOMESTEAD PARK, PA.
Phone Homestead 2301-J
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Staple and Fancy Groceries
CHEESE and SMOKED MEATS
Phone 2313-J 1410 Mifflin Street
The Carnegie Library
"Books should to one of these
four ends conduce,
For wisdom, piety, delight, or use
Grace Martin's School
"a school discriminate"
Secretarial for Young Women
16th, 17th, 84 18th Floors
Mrs. Grace Martin Cornelius,
Telephone ATIantic 6309-6310
Scholarships Are Offered To
Those Who Qualify
NEW CLASSES WILL BEGIN
SEPTEMBER 10, 1937
Homestead Milk Co.
MILK - CREAM - BUTTERMILK
538 EIGHTH AVE.
"Your Home Should Come First"
320 EIGHTH AVENUE
Clark Chevrolet R, E, Ll-Qyp
SERVICE Justice of the Peace
243 W. Eighth Avenue
Phone I"Io. 2727
g Of course, you'll not wait until the School Picnic
i to see and enjoy the new amusement Features and
l There are ever so many improvements and much more
enlargement that Kennywoocl offers this season.
i amusement than before. Kennywood is open daily from
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! MUNHALL SCHOOLS PICNIC-TUESDAY JUNE 1
g Flowers For all occasions Telephone Homstcl. 2800
i Member of T. D. S.
LESSIG 8g WHETSTONE
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! HOMESTEAD, PENNSYLVANIA
CHE ZIEGLER CO.
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