Munhall High School - Munhisko Yearbook (Munhall, PA)
- Class of 1938
Page 1 of 104
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1938 volume:
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THE SENICR CLASS OF
MUNI-IALL I-IIGI-I SCHOOL
MUNI-IALL - PENNSYLVANIA - PRESENTS
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To Miss Smith - - -
As we go forth into the outer world
And leave our high school friends,
We ascend the path of adventure,
That the course of life wends.
We eorne to the house of courage,
And open the door of good cheer,
Here we find an invalid teacher
Whom all have learned to hold dear.
A teacher who always has helped us,
One in whorn we all could eonhde,
A teacher whose spirit and friendship
Will be our future guide.
We must leave this house of courage
To battle unending strife,
But the spirit of her will be with us
As we tread the path of life.
I IT IS AN HONOR TO 1
DEDICATE OUR BOOK TO . . . O
I-IILDA E. SMITH
The Family o1MunI1aII I-Iigh School
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school 111 the great 1:u1'v11 of 11111 lX10110I1QQ2111Cl1L 111v11r :1t that time, it drew pupils from Bccks 111111
o11 1,1111 VVUS11, 1JI'2LVOS1J1l1'g on the lCz1s'1, 111111 Lebanon Church on the South. This log st1'11c1v111'11
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the Franklin School. 111 1886 this building was a11a111lo11111l. A four roo111 1011111111 lnuilcling 01'6Ct6Cl at
this time on the 11z1ste1'ly 111111 of Iilcventh Avenue later s11rv1111 ZLS 11ez11lquz1rt11rs for 11111101111 Snow-
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negie Steel Co111pz111y 1lee1le1l, to M1111111 Township, the portion of ground lying 11etw111111 Boone
Alley 111111 Tw11lftl1 Avenue o11 which r1l11I1Sf21,11 311111 11311111J01'QQG1' erec1111l the present 0111 Twelfth
Avenue G1111111 School 1111 11 cost of 822,208,211 This four room fr111n11 11u1l111ng1 was purchased by
the c1ELI'116QQ1C Co111pz1ny 211111 IIIOVQC1 to thc COI'I101' of Twelfth AVGIHIG 311111 lV1s1rthz1 Street WVl1OI'O it
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part of the high schooll at the cost of S13141,305.41 for the 131111111112 11n1l 11qu1p11111nt.
A four P00111 building was oroctoml by tho Clvorgo M. llall Cloinpany i11 1905 o11 thc- land lc-asod
by tho Board from John Munhall. Tho cost was 817,180.ti1.
ln 1913 Morgan and Foinpany c-wctofl a four T00111 school at the f'01'I1l'1' of Twelfth Avouiiv and
Androw St root at cost of 51S23,3549.13. An addition on tho wc-st sido of tho high school building, con-
sisting of ton 11101118 and a gyn111asiun1, was o1'oct0d by the .1. Cl. ltllllllllilll C'on1pa11y for 892,122.1 1.
Tho 8,lltl1tU1'luII1 on tho third tlool' ot' tho high school was dvstroyvd by fire i11 1918 ontailing a loss
of 5tB25,000. 111 1921-22 the Ley c,j0IlSlI'11Cfl0I1 Clo1npany oroctotl at tho vast sido an addition oon-
sisting of five I'0O1l1S a11d an audito1'iun1, tho total cost of which was S220,9ti9.10.
ln 1927 tho J. G. Fullnian C'on1pany construc-ted an addition to tho Andrvw Stntvt building
Csix 1'oo1ns, board roorn and gyninasimnj which cost 5rS17ti,550.57. 1Cquip111v11t1 cost 584,881.15
Tho Ni11etoont1h Strevt playg1'ou11ds were purcliasocl fronx Munhall liorough by tho Board in
1928. In 1929 Goorgo Clhilli o1'vc'tv1l a ICOUI' 1110111 grado school tho vost of which invluding equip-
IIIQIIU was 8104,63 1 .90.
An olevcn P00111 addition to the high school building was o1'0ct,otl by tho lylorgan X Company
i11 1931, costing S125,830.23. ltlquiplnoiit cost 84,392.41 ln the sanic y0a1' tho woodworking
shop was installed i11 tho high school at a cost, of S11S7,817.72. T11 1932 tho Board purcliascd four-
teen acres of land at llvoodlawn and Charlos Strovts on which tho llvoodlawn Svhool, consisting ot'
oiglitcon rooins, gyrnnasiurn, and auditorium, was built by tho Hodder cl0Il8tl'llt'llO1l Uoinpany
at the cost of S5342,143.22. liquipnlont cost S23,221.tS4.
An eight TUOI11 building was erected by G1-orgo 11. C'11illi i11 19313 on Marigold Stioot on tho
land purchased i11 1917 fl'0II1 the Hays ltlstato for 83,012.00 Tho cost of building a11d vquipinont
was 892,041.42 Q
In 1929 the Borough annvxed a portion of Mifflin Township known as Hl7l1ltl8f0Q1ll Park taking
over two school buildings, Franklin School an eight P00111 building, C1'l'Cl't'Cl in 1897 at the cost
of 325,000.00 and Hmnostead Park School consisting of twenty-two 1'oon1s. It was ervctod in
thrf-0 portions-in 1909, 1919, and 1928 at a cost ot' 8191154.23-1. T110 Munhall District paid
35102329.74 in S6t1,l91I1CI1t with lNTifHin Township. Tho prosolit valuation of our svhool p1'opo1'ty
is: Land, S102,99-1.22, Buildings, S1,043,750.l2g Equipiiient, S110,3521.10g a total of81,917,103.-50.
In 1902 tho 1no11tl1ly salaries paid Zllllllllllliltl to 8730.00 in cro111pz11'iso11 to 822,000.00 i11 1937.
This CO1I1p21.l'lSOI1 holps show the growth of tho District whivh is a far 011' 1.111111 tho one P00111 school
Orectlvd in 1800.
YYUUTII IS 1M1-ULSIVE AND VIVACIOUS. AGI-1
IS MICLLOW 'PIIROUGI1 1+1X1f141R11cNclQ. Wie ARE
GLAD THAT Wm HAV14: A HAPPY CoMB1NA'1'10N
IN OUR MUNIIALI. FAMILY, VVIIERIG EFFICI IGNT
AND s.YMPA'1'HE'1'u: ADMINIS'l'RA'I'O1iS Am:
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Providers for Our Family
The Munhall School Board
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Charles R. Stone
Srzpermtendent of Srhools
"My dear children:
So I address you in the spirit of this "family" album. In a way this is true
because among the class of 1938 is my own son.
I have watched the progress of most of you from first grade through the
twelfth. Soon others will direct the progress of your education. The years I
have spent with you have been among the most pleasant in my life. If I have
failed to reach your expectations in any particular, it is because I eould not, and
not because I did not try.
As you go forth out of high school life, step bravely and boldly, resolving to
prove all things for yourself, and to hold fast that which is good, make the world
better, wiser and happier because of your living in it.
Some of you will, no doubt, become doctors, lawyers, engineers, and perhaps
statesmen. Some may don the robes of the judge or occupy seats in the great
legislative assemblies, but Wherever you are or whatever you do, I feel sure that
you will look back to your school days here and say that they were some of the
happiest and most profitable days of your lives.
This portion of the annual is usually left for reading twenty years later, but
if you chance to read it now, be sure that the school directors, teachers, and I
extend to each of you our best wishes for a happy and prosperous life.
CnAnL1-is R. SToNE
Mr. M. W. Wherry
This world needs young people with modern learning and old-fashioned
morals and principles. lt, needs young workers who expeet to workg who are
not looking for soft snaps or easy roads to prosperity. It needs boys and girls
with perseverance and courage. lt needs the youth who can stand up under
poverty and make an educated man of himself. It needs the girl whose ideal of
womanhood lifts her above her cheap or costly gown and makes of her an intelli-
gent, thinking woman who expects to give value received for everything she gets
i11 lifeg whose ideal makes her a true gentlewoman Whether in the home, school,
or in society.
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 taught us
it is good for men to possess.
May Munhall High School have helped you, its 1938 graduates, in some meas-
ure to approach these ideals.
M. W. WHIQRRY
The Faculty . . .
The daily contact of the younger Il10IIllJPI'S of the hlunhall Family with their
grown brothers and sisters, has developed a feeling ol' friendliness and Companion-
ship, that exists no other place except between parents and children at home.
We are grateful to our brothers and sisters for their part in this splendid relation-
Big sister says donlt say Haiiitfl livery time we speak we get our English
adjusted. Oh welll Wie 1 :ke it, since they are only trying to make the entire
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Front Row: Ball, Alberts,
Williams, VVelsh, Rush.
dell, lNTacBeth, Fredrick,
Front How: Elkins, Newell,
Second Row: W'ilson, Mark-
owitz, W'eiland, King.
How our big history brothers changed our infantile opinions! They make us
look at everything from all sides of the question. Since this has been done, our
heroes are Il0l just what they used to be.
Then too, who was it who kept us running to the library? None other than
those who are pictured above. When we got there, who was it who greeted us
With, Hlieep quiet, o1' your names will appear on the bulletin board. Push the
Chairs back on leaving. Pick up all papers. Single file and step to the right?'l
Second Row: Bertram, Ben-
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The science clepzirtinent is our 'tlmoogiem Cll2LSK'I'. With facts, aulequziie proofs,
theories, experiments, :rnml remlings, our ininrls are swept clean of superstition.
We are given a new outlook on life which makes it :ill so real.
Are we the business inenls worry? These eoinrnereizil brotliers and sisters
of ours are teacliing us all the tricks. Once we get going, we will he able to out-
wit Dzivifl Harem. That is if we had ai horse.
CBUT Noi' Too Pi+:RsoNALJ
Spot those two Curly heads.
All the chips from the hloek
:ire not in the shop. The clogfs
picture arrived :Lt lieudquar-
ters to represent Tell Charl-
tonls family. "Hanan must
have l'U1nph" to rate in this
inzinner. How eoulrl this ever
have lizippenecl to 'Top
f i rs'
lXlarliey, Berger, So
More Personals ....
What could the RZIIIISHZVS have been doing?
lt Inust have been Hdirty work." Poor bunnies!
What chance have they with a Markey in the
woods, or is this a product of one of those fisher-
man's photographic galleries.
Did Miss Bendall read the book? Your guess
is as good as ours, but we think there inust have
been something more fascinating behind that
plant. You tell us who her girl friend
lVho's back yard did Wilson use? That grin
indicates that he got away with it. Peggy inust
have been pearl hunting. .lust a little lesson
boys. Uniforms do rate. 'tllole in one Alf' has
not learned to keep his eye on the ball. There
lnust have been a girl out front.
Look at that hungry crowd. Any-one would
know that they were headed for lsalyts. The
lady on the grass is a favorite with us. Since this
is the only place we have found her, we grasp the
opportunity to mention that she sponsored the
All five of these guys are Elkins. ltlven if we
had not been told, we would still be positive be-
cause of their resemblance. We thought a bi-
cycle built for two was a vehicle of our grand-
parents. However, pictu1'es do not lie, and we
can not that we blarne Weaver.
Maintenance oi Buildings ....
Knowing this Elllllllttl would not he eolnplete Without mentioning the entre-
tztkers of Munhall High, We would like to introduce them to you. The gentlemen
in uniform :ire responsible for the heziting, lighting, and cleaning of the buildings
its well :is attending to the general niaintenance and ordinzlry repairs. Due to
lVIr. Turner, employed for sixteen years, lVIr. Russel Priee for eleven years, Mr,
liiohzn'd Rowley and Mr. Vvilllalll Davies for six years respectively, and Mr.
lvllllillll Doyle for two years the buildings are kept in excellent condition :ind
show the genuine interest which they take in their work. Besides their work,
they show at kindly spirit to the students and :ire well repaid hy the smiles :ind
'tHello's" ofthe boys and girls.
Two very pleasing personalities are lidwzird M. Vox, Secretary of the Board
of Directors and Superintendent of Buildings, :ind Miss Eleanor Pfeifer, Assist-
nnt Secretary, because of their efficient Work, they have been in the service of
the schools for eighteen 'years rind three years respectively. In their othce, all
the business of the school that is under the direction of the School Board, such us
keeping the accounts, paying all sz1lLu'ies:1nd hills, inaintaining grounds and school
repairs, is attended to and well supervised. Approxilnzitely 53375000.00 is expend-
ed for the district and they have helped to produce and lnaintziin :L well hal-
MR lil. BI. Vox . S1apc1'1'nlenflenZ of l3z.1z'lfz'z'ngs
lint-:Axon Prniruic . . Serrviary to Mr. C7112
RUSSICL XY. Puleia 12111 and Anflrew
FRANK S. 'l'iiRx1cR . . 11th and ilfarilza
XYILLIAM P. D.-xyiics . Ilflz and Amlrew
RICIIARIJ II. Rownny . l.2tl1 amz' .llnrilm
XYILLIAM IJOYLIQ . . 11th r4I'C7l'IlC, Ucnlev'
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School has traveled for afohg
the road fo ea'z4oafz'oh through
his classroom froz'hz'hg and hiy
porfz'ezloozz'o7z in .rohool efvehfs. . .
IJURING OUR DAYS A'l' NIUNIIALL wr: UAW:
LIVIGD 'I'OGlCTIIl'1R. As BROTHERS AND SISTERS
wr: HAVE GROXVN TO RIQSPICCT ONT: ANOTHER.
SOLVED OUR PROBLEMS AND WORKED OUR
DES-'FINIES OUT TOG1'l'l'HI'IR. ALL UF THIS HAS
WRLDIQD Us INTO ONE LARO14: OROU1' WIIOSIG
BONDS WILL LINK Us P151mAN1aNT'I,Y INTO
THIS NIUNIIALL FAMILY.
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wiser 113' 111111 y11111'. W11 w111'11 S11p1111111111'11s. By
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fI'0II1 111111 night of Il1QQ11tS7111lO ,l1111i111'-S1111i111'
PI'0II1. Finally Seniors. lCv111'y111111 s1111111111l 111
Cllilllgl? overnight. The 111111111'-g1'111l1111111s g1'11w
up 111111 were seriously 1111111411151 111 21 v1111111i1111.
The 11111ny 11c1ivi1i11s kep1 us busy. First 11111111
w11s 11111 11151 class 111111012 T1111 S1111i111' Play,
H110ZlC19L1f01'E1lCI1H, which 1111111111 11111 1111111
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ACKEHMAN, W1I,1i1AM- 'lB'ill"
P1'c2sid0r1f Public Spvzzkiug Club, Nzmfiouzll llrmm' Sovivty, llzxll
. ' u
ElLg'ZI1,6GI' I ' f':b,,f-4
H1-Y, Hobby Club, ASHQ,IIll1lY.
Sz'r'r1f!fu'y V U 'N
Gym lCXhibiiifm, Girl Rvsrwvvs, f
Football, 4 ycvrus, llzmskc-Tlmzmll 4 ycv:1i'S, lli-Y.
IEINGMAN, lX'IAliIlU'gii.l1!lI"fI' Mac"
Library Club, Iiuprvlixss lizlskvllmll, Gym Exhibition.
Hobby Club, Clic-ss Club, Gym Exhibition.
Q ' V
ISUUTH, l+l1.1.1cN-"EZZ1,rf" , f . A '
.X ll rsc' L
Girl ll,0sv1'vc's, AH54fll11lBll0S, Hobby Club, Photim Club. i
lgIiUTIIICli'l'ON, ALLAN - 'i'fl1'llI'A'l'7'ly
I' Il lilff' A wif inf mul
Clivss Club, Hull flop.
l5m'cJl41, AN NlCfUr'l7l7I1'l'
ISLTBA N, JOHN --' ' .W'if'A'r',zf'
Asscilnblicfs, Hobby Club.
BYTHICXVAY, IDA lvl.-xlc-"BWI"
Gym Tcmzhar -
llzill Cop, National Honor' Szmrzioty, Sfufloni Coulwil, Swrolziry-
'llI'I?2liSllI'0I' 2, 3, 4. I'
CALHO U N, R.-x YMOND-L lldugf'
lfirli L-' i 'x
Assvlnblicis, V X?
Sriuior Play, Girl Rosmrvvs, Auuuzil Staff, Varsity Bziskoiibull,
CHAMB1cnL1 N, VVIliDAgi ' lfViZl2'r"'
Librziry Club, Hobby Club, Assvrrilmlios.
I 24 l i
Girl Reserves, Choir, Asseml
CLARK, INA-"f7lark1'0" 'Iyar
Dancing I nst
Stage Guild, All VVestern, Assembly.
Dramatic Club, Library Club, Hall Cop.
To f17'!Id'1ll1l6' R X
Basketball, Assembly. -
The Seronrt Benny Goodman
Band, Hobby Club, Girl Reserves.
Writer's Club, Gym Exhibition.
Conmf, EVA-HS7'l00k'Il'IIZN'l F X
Nothing In Particular v V 'i L3 X
Assemblies, Girl Reserves, Home Pleonomie Clubf I 1 X 2
Cosanovn, CHAuL1cs-Hllfivlf'' ' XS
M alfe Goof!
Senior Class President, Junior Play, National Honor Soeiety,
Hall Cop, Band.
,, ., u
Cosonovn, HPZRBPIRTY Bozzy
S wiinmer A
Hi-Y, Assemblies, Swimming Team, President Student Couric Q-'fy "lb I
eil, Secretary Hi-Y. sl A , .
' af' " - L
CoT1'Eu, JACK+U-,1Il'li'7-PM n I
PrzU?1ss1'o1ml Socver Player fx
Soeeer, Basketball, Junior Play, Hi-Y.
Student Couneil, Hall Cop, Science Club. ,.
CURTIS, lNIARTHA-"Curt" AC!!
Girl Reserves, Hall flop, Student C'ounr'il, Munhisko, Annual
Professional Football Player
Football, Basketball, Assemblies.
DADEY, LA VERNI-:f"IJr1dey"
Girl Reserves, Assemblies, Library Club.
Writer's Club, Assemblies, Girl Reserves.
Air Hostess 1
DONAHUE, MAIIGAIIET-il1WG7'g,, .
Girl Reserves, Hobby Club.
Science Club, Hobby Club, Munhisko.
DUDAS, STEVEYHT. N. T."
Football, Hobby Club, Assembly.
DUNSAVAGl41, FLORENCE I
Travel and foreign eorrespondenee, Ettiquette Club, Red
Beeovne a goof! boxer
Hi-Y, Stage Guild, Bzisketball.
Hi-Y, Vice-President of Hi-Y, Soeeer.
Hi-Y, Seienee Club.
Freshman President, Ili-Y, Hobby Club, Assemblies.
P 'JSF 1-X If"
F1-IRENCZ, ANDRENVfUfl7Zl1QIjU 5 'Q' .X 17
Engimfer X '-
lWunhisko, Hobby Club, Football.
9 I l.
1 " FISCHMAN, CAliL7llKGCiJ67,
X 0. P. A.
Commercial Club, Hall Cop.
Drzunatir- Club, Sc-nior
:ind Junior Play, Co-Odiror of Wood-
1, .. I
FREDA, LUCIA-HLuf-rf" " , -
, . , ' I ,
I 01nmz'r'1'1r1l 7l'IlChf'7' ' , - Q
Assemblivs, Cj0IIlI1'14'l'i'lii.l Club, Rml Cross.
y f. ..
W , xi
. X K
Junior and Senior Play, Assemblies, Studvnt Counvil. WL!
GEHRIG, HEN1u1+:TTAf'fHen" xp W
Bea uiiria n
Girl Rvsvrvos, Hobby Club, Ushvr.
Band and Orchestra, Assornblivs, Hobby Club.
Football, Hi-Y, Stage Guilcl, Roprvsvntative.
Assvrnbly, Gym Plxhibition, llshor.
1, fj Q" J
7 ,Vfj ' 'QQ Vw".
GENT, lCI.:xu:ic-"Gm1t" ,f ' ff f'
. . - f 1
liz4,sww.w.w Efffrflalzue ,
Dralnxiiir' Club, Hi-Y, Senior XYl4'0-Pl'9SlLl0llf.
Munhisko, Assoinblivs, Homo Economic Club, Hobby Club.
Junior Play, Orr-licstra, Hull Cop, Girl Rc-svrvos,
G1coB, ,DClliflTl1X'-iiD!I1ll f 4 x
Language Tl'!lCl'It'l' '
ASS0l1'1lJlll'S, Hobby Club, Girl Rvsvrvvs.
fllilliil E Il gin ew'
Library Club, l'lflQl1l'lf0 Club,
Bzuul, Assvinbly, Gym l4lxhibitior1.
FRANK-UD 1111-11 ' '
0lf'll,!'ll"1!1 if: .s
I' ll ' Z 1 '11 t
Vollc-y Ball, Cross Country Tvarn, Assembly.
Assembly, Public Spvaking,
V :QA . ff-0-,,f
Assemblies, Glee Club, Operetta.
0. P. A.
Writer's Club, Girl Reserves, Assemblies.
Gym Teach cr
Hall Cop, Student Couneil, Annual, Assistant Editor, Varsity
, ' 1. H ARBERT, AGNES+l 'Agg1'v"
'-A, ',,,Rill0 Club, Library Assislzml, Girl Reserves, Assemblies.
Football 671111711 V
Football, Hi-Y, Assemblies, Swimming Team.
HARVEY, .lAMEs--'l.l'1imm.y" , 1 nil, -.zifdna V .fl fi'
A S urrfess
Assemblies, Hi-Y, Swimming Team, X
IIAVRIIZ , NIICHAl'1l4"Hr7lfl'1ilC0H
Home Room Representative,
N. H. S., Assemblies, Annual Staff, Hall Cop.
Aviator . '
v - - - T' U
C-vm Exhibition. yy'
. , '
c I' :til
Chemical Research ' A
Science Club, Hi-Y,
A uto Illechanic
Tumbling Team, Soeeer Team,
HUMMEL, MAR'1'HAf"IIwn" QW
Girl Reserves, Assembly, Basketball.
Secretary of Etiquette Club, Choir,
If X.. '
Volleyball Team, Basketball
' A 1 lhx..A.Nf1
'l "fx . 5
Vollvybzill Tvzun, Assn-rnblics.
Gym Exhibition, Assolnblivs, Sc-nim' Milk Szilvsinzui.
Br' A U1'r'ul film! IJflCli'1'I'
Froshnuui 'l'1':u'k Nlzimigvr, Gym Hxhibilion.
Play 111 Big Leagues
JmiNsm1N, IJ0li0'I'HYf"1J0lu ' . 'L '11
I IIll77'I'0I' D1fcf11'nl111'
Studi-nt Council, llzill Cop, Girl Rcscrvegi Baskf-tlmll.
Assvlnblicfs, Hobby Club.
JUN1-Qs, l5u,1,- f"lf1fll" 1 . , ix
F . ,. J 'l - f-,.
llllllfl ,.An 1.41 If Ah -4,-
Hi-Y. Up:-wtlzi, Hlumlvnt CU11l1f'll. V.
Bw: Ilf iffu Il
ASSl'IIlllll0S, Hobby Club.
Sllcrrvss in lflzff'
Hobby Club, cllLIIll'I'1L Club, Assemblies.
llnbby Club. Baskctlulll, Lilmrziry Club.
IQING, 1iU'l'H7ull,llflIn iq!!!
Assvnllmlic-s, Prvsicln-lit of Girl Reserves, Ilzmll Cop, Junior :incl
Sm-nior Play, N. ll. S.
Gym Exhibition, Colnlnorcizil Club. X
Koxms, .IUl.117s-''.l111'1'y" ,X X-
f'l1v111 fs! x A
Junior Play, llzill Cup, f,liiI110I'Li Club. Vjj , yy
kg Jfj' '
liciicicimci-1,H1-JLIQN-"Kr111L'1'y" 'jf J , l lf
. . . . . 1 . . . . s.-
Gym Exhibition, Sewing Exhibition, Assvinblivs.
Kosxo, ROBERT-'tBob" f A '
Business 'WA fi W ' "N-
M 7! IKUBAN, HELEN-iiII6l67L,,
Girl Reserves, Library Club,,, Gy 'Exhibition
A N, . Ml.,
,Z A ri iJ63""n
KUKLINCA, JOHN-HKl'aclc't 3515,
Woodlawn Herald, Assemblies.
Assemblies, Hobby Club.
Girl Reserves, Assemblies, Student Council, Gym Exhibition.
Assemblies, Hobby Club, Gym Exhibition.
My LACEY, REBECCA+iiB6CiCi6,i
National Honor Society, Senior Play, Hall Cop, Munhisko
A feta are
f j 'fy' ,, LAYTON, WILLIAMfiiBill7y
Engineer In Air Conditioning
Assembly, Hobby Club.
Assembly, Hobby Club, Gym Exhibition.
Assemblies, Science Club.
LEFKOVICS, RUTH-"Ruth" M H 4
Commercial Artist A
Assembly, National Honor Society, Art Editor of Annual.
Band, Annual Staff, Bobby Club.
Assembly, Hobby Club.
Junior Play, Operetta, Assembly.
Sl-udcnl. Council, Namlionzxl Hminr Socivl-y, Assvlnblic-s.
Lrmixsmx, C1iAlcl,Es-"VI:urls" MJ,
Pliulogrzipli Club, Rifle Club.
f'i1w'zfl Sl'l'l"l-l'l' lVorA'z'r I '
.Xssoinlmlim-s, Ilobby Club. V fr IMA
, JV j
. ,, I'
lla To Vollrfgrf
Football, Baskc-tbzill, Soc:r'0r, Assembly.
-,rl f"' 7
BIARONIGY, liU'l'HfH1lllf0H M" ,f i
Nurse x' 1' fl 'J'
Cirl Rvswvvs, Assvinblivs, Gym. X'
Assvinbly, Scis-nr-0 Club.
Assembly, llobby Club, May Dziy, Fashion Show.
lxIClj0XVl-ILL, li:KTHldRINICfiiKl1!jll lyf V J I ,
Drzunulic Club, Writers Club, Assn-mblies. N
Junior Play, Hall Cop, Bzmskvtlxzill, Annual Staff, Student
Council. I l
A ,V Y
AIASICNKO,I,I'1'1'l'llliiiPt'lUll J LA!! V
Couzrlz ' i in
Ilolnu Room I'rvsidcnf, Assembly.
Etiquvttv Club, Gym Exhibition, Assvniblivs
Hobby Club, A'iSOI1'1lbllUS.
l'1'1'1'ula Sm'1'f'!111'y f
AHS0lHlllY, .lunior Play, IIOIIIU liooni 1l.i'lPl'l'SOIllIlllVl'.
3llI,I4IRIN, EIDXX',XliID7iiEllfIll W I
Rifle Club, Stzigv Guild, Sm-rc-r, Assn-mblies.
U f 'QQ - 5517x479--4
Chemist L' J,
Junior and Senior Play, Libl my Club, Hall Cop, H1 X Dldlndilf Klub
BIORGAN, JAMI s zm
Rvcl Cross, Stage- Guild Assemblies
Momus, EDITH-' 'Patsy'
Tclegra ph Opcmtor
Assembly, Sewing Exhibition
lXl0RRISON, lHoMAs bpferl
Assembly, Siruox Play, H1 X Club
A S access
Assemblies, Hall Cop
Assvmblics, llobby Club Cams! 1 C lub
NIC!-1oLsoN, AXNNA lX'l.-xE-"IN
I'1"iUa!e S1'CI'C'lf1J' y
Hall Cop, Junior Play, Amu
Assemblivs, Gym Exhibition
As:-svmblios, llobby Club
Assemblivs, Hobby Club.
Sta nog raph cr
Assemblies, Girl Rcsorvvs, ll
mfr Assombly, Fdblllllfl bhon Homm llcououuc Club
President of National Honor Soc-iety, Junior and bc 111or Pl ix
Literary Editor, Hall Cop.
A ir Hostess
Writers' Club, Assemblies Llbrlrx C lub
Dude Rauch Owner
Senior Play, Hall Cop, Assemblies, Rifle Club
Assemblies, Hobby Club.
Dramatic Club, Hall Cop, Junior Play.
Junior Play, Assembly, Homc Room Piogr un
Chess Club, Dramatic Club, Home Room
Football, Basketball, Soni
1, 2, 3.
Library Club, Assemblies.
Work Al A Good Job
Home Room Program, As
Assemblies, Gym Exhibition
Boolc-lffeping A 7I1ll'67lfI.C6'
Girl Reserves, Assemblies,
Assemblies, Gym Exhibition.
SCHEHGR, JACQUELINl'17MJfll'f ze
Assemblies, Home Room Program
1 inc Junioi llu C lies liuiccnt
Assvmlmlios, Homv Room ljrogrzuii,
' SCUFFLE, VV11,l,IAix1-'llfilll'
Q Own A N1:w.sp1Lpe1'
lx Junim' Play, Czimvmi Clulx, Munhisko, Bzuicl, Public Spvukiiig
Assvmlnlios, llall Cop, Gym lflxhilmitioii.
Gym Exliilmilion, Opwc-Ita, Assvinlmlivs.
Girl Rf-servvs, Assc-iulwliw, Hobby Clulw, Home Room P1'og1'a1ms.
lien ll lvfcfrzwrzf
.XS5i'II1lJlll'S, Vollvy Bull, I111u1'1'l:Lss liaskotlmll.
Assemblies, Senior l'l:Ly, Munllislw, 1Jl'llIIl2LlllZ Cluln.
Xulimizil Hmmm' Socil-ly, Pulmliu Spvaking Clulw, Hull Cop.
Hull Cup, Juiiim' anal H1-uiui' Play, Assviiilmlicls, Upm-11-tlzn.
,, n I, I,
VFVI :Z if A
Sxwimias, W1I.I.1.-xM-l'Bz'll" " .,
llivsrfl Ellfj'fIll'l'7' X ,
Stagg: Guild, Busiucrss Mzuiagor ol' Alllllliil, Rifle Tulum.
yup: 'il V
l ti ' ' 7?
bMITH, AUIJILEY- Smzllm
, , 4 1, ur
Do Somvllimg fnwlz' At .fn
National llonoi' Soc-ivly, Junior :incl Senior Play, Hall Cop,
Dulzatu Team, gxllllllill Staff.
IIOIIIF? 1100111 PI'OjlQl'21!llS, Assviillmlivs, Gym Exhilwiiioil.
Hobby Cluln, Gym Exliilmiticm, liziskvllmll.
Bm 11Iz'c'1'u IL
Assuuilvlivs, Gym Exhibition.
Library Club, Girl Rosurvm-s, Choir, ltltiqlictto Club, Asst-mbly.
llall Co 1 Junior llome Room R0 n'csc'r1t:Ltiv1- ASS1'IlllJlll'H.
y I 1
Commercial Club, Assvmblics.
Assvmblies, Indoor 'l'rz1c'k, Gym Exhibition.
ST1-:1N1cR, I,AUuA-HLa11ra," QV ww-'L'
Stenographzzr 0 . f . 'i
Baskctball, Gym Exhibition, Assn-mbly.
f 4 STONE, REYNAno-"SLom'y''
if :W ft Vhenzicul Engiuver
R, J Ll
iflv Club, Debate Club, Czuru-ra Club, lxll1lllllSli0, lli-Y.
Girl Rvserves, Homo Erouoliiirs Club, Asseinblirs.
Girl Rosvrvvs, Assvmblics, Gym Exhibition.
Business W oman
Library Club, Girl Ri'SL3l'V6?S, Assciublios.
THOMAS LUCIliLEfHTl!CH . S - '
O merotm Asscmblu-s G1rlRc'scrVcs.
Varsity Baskvtbzill, llomv Room PI'0,Lfl'illI1, Assvrriblics, Cup-
tain of Girls Varsity.
Hobby Club, Gym Exhibition, Vollm-y liull.
Courier! Violin zfxl
All XYCSTOFII f,,I'Cl10Sfl'll, fJ1'i'lli'5lI'ii, ,xSSt'111lJlli'S.
Vixmao, JOHNZLLJUATIIIICU N7
lizwiucss fllrm ,
Football, Assemblivs, Gym Exhibition. J-X5-fjfg,
it - " 1
.N I ,-.vm
4 .aj 4 K'
VAsKo, JOHN-'tJoh.n" . .1 X
Business ,Man '
Football, Assemblies, Gym Exhibition.
1, K gf" VESELANY,JOSEPI1-Hljlllltlll
X WJ Business ,Mari
, aw! Gym Exhibition, Assemblies, Hobby Club.
Private Seerela ry
Girl Reserves, Assemblies, Munhisko, Hobby Club.
Munhisko, Student Council, Assemblies, Home Room Program
Girl Reserves, Junior and Senior Play, Munhisko, Assemblies.
Orchestra, Assemblies, Publie Speaking Club, Science Club.
Girl Reserves, Interelass Basketball, Assemblies.
Private Secretary ,
Girl Reserves, Hobby Club, Yiee-I resident Home Economic
Club, Etiquette Club, Animal Staff, Assemblies.
.5 -I I
VVALLACE, ANNA M.-xi:ft'Ann"
Girl Reserves, Junior Play, Munhisko, Assemblies, Red Cross.
Assemblies, Hobby Club.
Play In The Orchestra
Assemblies, Hobby Club, Orchestra.
Assemblies, Gym Exhibition.
Ph ysieal T eaelzer
Annual Editor-in-Chief, Hall Cop, Junior Play, National
Honor Society. Y
I I Library Club, Gym Exhibition, Assemblies.
, ' 1 g
WECKERLE, JOSEPH+Hl'V6ClCii ls, i
Success Y ,
Junior and Senior Play, Library Club, Soeeer. W
Girl Reserves, Assemblies, Basketball, Gym Exhibition.
National Honor Society, Assemblies.
WYITT, OLGA-'A Wiltiew
Registered N mcse
Hall Cop, Munhisko,
Girl Reserves, Hobby Club, May Day Program, Assemblies.
Gym Exhibition, Shop Exhibition, Assemblies.
Library Club, Student Council, Sewing Exhibition, Assemblies.
1 ' , ,i
Bi-JRGER, MILDRED-"Pm'n-n+e" K
Varsity Basketball, Assemblies, Orchestra and Band.
To Be Successful
Assemblies, Gym Exhibition, Clubs.
Losz, JoE-'tLucy" 0419!
Gym Exhibition, Assembly, Hobby Club.
Cheer Leader, Assemblies, Inter-Class Basketball, Volleyball.
Hobby Club, Assembly.
Creclit ls Due . . .
Three willing candy sales ladies played a
prominent part in obtaining funds for the elass
of 1938. Florence Dunsavage and Agnes Har-
bert, could be relied upon at noon and in the
evenings. Helen Kupec, although not a member
of the class was always on hand when there was
candy to be sold.
A unique service was carried on by Dorothy
Long and Elizabeth Lewis in the capacity oi stu-
dent coaches assisting Miss Rush. Wihen the
applauding took place, no one realized what they
had contributed. The "vital lady,H Betty Sher-
ba, has always been of great value to the class
in the sale of anything.
Thomas Leland is responsible for many ol'
the pictures which appear in this annual. To him
the class is grateful for this service.
Those flying feet of Les Evans have entertain-
ed many a crowd. Les has been at the center of
our social life and an active president in the
Sophomore year. Vifhen it came to tickets and
programs, Julius Kondis not only produced them
but took care of their distribution. Charles Cos-
grove has been valuable in planning the activities
of the class and is president of the senior class.
Three girls have been prominent in the pro-
duction of the annualg Nellie Lacey has typed
and gathered some advertisements, while Audrey
Smith and Dorothy Prokopovitsh have carried
the burden of producing niost of the literary
work of the annual.
liay Siedlarz and Ruth Pugh have lightened
the burden of our sponsor. They have constantly
taken routine work out of his hands and given
him more time for class activities.
lhe lhree Muskateerst' have been an asset
to usg Joe Flynn bought candy for the class and
was prominent in dramaties. Harry Ritchie acted
as Junior President and participated in sports.
Elmer Gent has been valuable as a ticket sales-
man and has been vice-president of the senior
Joe VVasko and Dale Jackson handled the
milk sales in an etheient manner. Joe has also
been active III the production of this annual.
llelen fvledley and Lucy Freda have been
ever ready to type for the class. Tsiartha Curtis
has been capable as the head of the typing com-
mittee for the annual. Last but not least, lda
Mae Bytheway has acted asSecretary-Treas-
urer for four years. This she has done in a
willing and efficient manner.
For all of the above services, the Class of 1938
Xlllllllild Row: U. Af'kc-rnian, T. .allwa-
Junior Class ....
That olcl saying, H'llI'01llJl9S nc-ver como alonoyn has proven truce for the class of '39,
llvo wc-ro voryunfortunatein thc' first. two yvars ofour school lifv duo to the fact that We
wero not organizml until lato in our Sophomoro yoar. Mr. Clemens was chosen as our
sponsor lint unl'o1'tunately rvsigiivcl lx-fore we were able to unite thoroughly and plan
our social and lmusinvss activitivs. llowovor, in our .Junior year, with Mr. Cross as
our otlicic-nt Sponsor, and an alort calvinvt vonsistingzg of:
lII'C?81A!lI"Ilt . ,...... . THOMAS SLAWR
l'1'f0-l'1'0s1'flf'r1! . BIQRNARIJ C'oLr:Y
Scvrvlrl1'y-T1'ms1m'r ....,... ZELLA lV1LK1NsoN
wo liopo to SllCK'Pt'il in clcvolopinpg a suc'c'vSSf11l class and one to be prourl of.
ln Spitv of all our rovorsvs, wo llavr' acconiplisliocl some things, but our carvvr is by
no moans colnploto. Vlll19l'0 aro many mort' trials and triumphs in storo for the livoly
vlass of T39, but wo liopv to coins- "Smiling 'llhI'0l1gIl1.ll
ROOM li l
lcorvl' Row: fluff lo Iffylzlj J. lilasvo, VY.
livrgqiiisl, l'w1'ggq11isl, D. liiuclflovk,
D. Ballint, J. ll0llIltll', ll. liilly, M.
liilly, IC. liollnwir-li, M. .Xll'i'm'rl, M. Hotl-
n:n', S. liostovk, W. livaitty.
lizun, li. .XlliI'1'f'l1l, L. Host, l'l. Arlaunitz,
Ii. Boat, M. lioot, ll. liliwk, li. ,Km-l1v1',
li. Anil:-rson, l'l. Bakor, J. liarry, M.
Bl'2lIllI1Ul', F. liailvy.
ACK Row: U. liirosvak, M. Billy, J.
liarsic-, A. lialml, N. Bzlptic-, W. l50llll'Ill'll,
ll. Aston, YY. Clraig. ll. liosl, l". I41-ll,
IC. liovoriflpgo, lfl. liarrotl.
1 30 1
W 1: llnfl In Highly! 11. Cox, T.
1Jnr1:11111v, R. c1ill1II1LLl1. J. Carr, M
1Jlu'zm, 15. Enknrm, IC. c1ilI'I'14'k, J.
1J1'IIlk0, M. Donmllly, li. c1III11IJ1Jl'11, CT
W 2: lu. 12141913 lx. C11u11l:1s. C. Vorso,
1'. Coylxr-. M. C'11111'm:1, 15. Duffvk, 11
1'11ll'I'W1Ull, Ci. Edvn, S. Dzxvivs V. Vw
L. U1111011, .1. DiillI'1il. 1
W 3: 15. C011-y, Wf Dowm-y, R.
1311-rkvu, W. D1l'1Zl'I1, 19. Bzulsvll, L.
f1y1lbl.t-0l', A.Con1':u1, J. 15l1jko,P.1Jvv1-y,
oom 8 . . .
W 1: fluff to lffglzlk 1'1. Harris, L.
f1IlS1il1'S0l1, H. Guy, M. C11'ossi0,V. 11113
Y , --
clush, X. Cmllgla, M. Cx1'ti11tlIll, E, 11:1111-
mgg, D. 11z1mpsm1, 11. 1"0uTon, E.
W 2: 1C. f1llfhI'1l'. 11. 11hnrmy.O. 1'1Va1ns.
1'.. Cwlsi, .X. 1'2ll'1Ilf'l', R. 112l11'S1UIl, H.
c11lI'I'11j', 13. Hzullon, 11. Flvmilmgg, 15.
Fwy, R. 141m'ig111, J. Gzzlmuvy.
w 25: W. Ha11.v1". Grilmlwls-, Cllivk,
1m Grosx. R. km: A. 11z1u111I1m, 1'.
141V2lI1S, J. 1"1'v11z1, .1. 14':n'11-y, M. 11:L1y1m.
Room I6 . ..
W 1: Cl.1fllr:lf1'gl1lJ J. .1u11vs, M. .1:1r'o1m-
mm. H. 11o1T1u1111, 1'. Iiusnik, T. .1:xr-u1f-
1111, S. 111lWl'j'11l1, 1'1. 1'1llIl1l'I', 12. lim-1-lm-,
KT. 1121I'1lIl2l.Il, R. Jzwk.
w 2: A. lirxhlr-V, L. 1iflIJ11lIl. 11. 111l1IIllK'S.
O. 11llt1tl1i, L. 11m'm'1kso11, M. -11'Ilk111H,
M. 11ur1i, 13. Hi11. .1. Hunkvr, D. 11lmf,
X 1u1m, .L Kel:-11.
Huw 3: W. Iiimxvy, H. .1U1111SU11. 111.
1101'Il1U1S1l'1', W. lhmgg, C. 1'10I'I12l1i, 13.
Knapp,1+1..1zuwsku, R. .1au'ks4m, R. 11vss
OOIT1 . . .
W 1: t'l.fQ!'lltw lffglztl 19. 1i11z111:1. F.
1.l1r-as, 1. L:1d1c', R.. L:14:vy, 11. Ii11lX'f', R.
:xc-Kmnziv, C. Iiukucxkax, P. Iiulmzm,
1'1. 1iovu1. N. Kxwmivky.
W 2: R. Legg, 19, Kosku, D. Iiulnul,
C. Litrax, .1, Listuu, J. Lyn-uv, A. Iiormly,
1+1. Maw 1J4ll1011g11, 11. Imskn, J. Imng-
W 3: C'. Iiolsun, M. liristofik, J.
zlvko. M. Ll1?b01l1, A. Yvrm-11, J.
M 1 I
1illSK1k, 1'1. Luvku, .X. 1i1':u'11r1, .1. Link.
Room I8 . . .
Row I: lI,wfiluIf1'gI:!JJ. M:u'1ir1. .X. Muir'
N. M1'IJuwm-II, U. IxI4ll"4Il.lI, G. Monk, I
l xi "
BI. .I llc-r. A. NIIIXIIIII, NI. IXIcmi'v. NI
Maiwinko, CI. M1'INIiII1-ii.
Row 22 III. lXTOIIt'l'2ll1. T. Mailw-ky, I5
Mort, M. BIoi'ris. J. Mvllill. II. Milli-1'
IC. Mairslizill. J. Nlnroiivy. IC. Muttlivws
IC. Muluur, J. Nillllfilll.
Row 3: J. IXl1'4'nrll1y, S. Muliirir. .X
Mivhzuils, R. Mzirtiliku, VY. Nii- Nlalieni
J, Morris, A. Mi-Iiiiiiwy.
Room 20 . . .
Iimv I: 11,4117 ln Rliflllfl Ci. Nuroski. J
Ulysar, II. U"I'uoIm-, 0. Phillips, NI
Nzilmy, I". lN'IllI'IJl1j', C. Ulwirigc-i'. L
Nviiiiclorf, E. Pzmlivr, N. Nvmllizuii. S
RUW 22 BI. U'M:iIIi'y, J. U"l'ouls-, BI
Ile-4-sv. M. Niiss, M. Howl. II. Popovivh
M. L. Pziytok, I". Pziylok, A. Oral, H
Olin-stm-1', I". Pzitrivk, T. 0'I.0z1i'y.
Row 3: S. Niiss, T. Puskus, J. I'o1'lvr
N. Ovuku, Ii. Nuruski. J. 0'I5rivn, I,
Nflmetll, J. Race, B. Pvliclmvis, .I. Popp
Room 2I .. .
Row 1: Ilxfl lo Righll T. Si-gimlu, 'I'
Slatvr. G. Simku, J. Shook. .I. SIliI'Q1QIU
li. Sykvs, K. Sivss.
Row LZ: Ii. Stuffle, D. SI'0II11l'l', M. Pillai'
M. Stillv, F. Ruin-rls, F. Slnollvy. L
Shopv. D. 'I':ii'asoVir-, A. Skzxriipu. II
Shiva, M. Pastvrik.
Row 3: M. Rulvin. J. S1-Iuivom-, .X
Simko, G. Rivlxvy, M. Ii. R1-if-Ii, IJ
Svhwviiilwrg, M. Rowell, IC. Slviiin-r. R
liimlggv, Ii. Shivlds. S. Salvo.
Huw -It Ii. Shivk, M. Slcrlmomliiik. J. Som
.I. Riislilon, II. Sharp, R. Sivils, J
Sin:-Is:-1-r, if SIIIIIIPT, R. Sivss, T. Iillll
mlm-Il. J. Strung.
Row I: LL1fl In lfighli Ii. Willivlm. J
Vvsvlzuiy. II. Yllllllgllllilll, NI. IY:iIlz1n'4-
M. 'I'11i'ovyz, J. 'I'I1i':iu, Ii. Wilson. Ii
Wilmur, R. 'I'i1lm1'imIy, C. 'I'oppc'i'. H. Wil
Iwliu. IJ. 'IlIli'IlIIl1lII.
Huw .ZZ .X. VIIIIIIIIIIIIS. .I. Tuitc-, II. Zvg
n1111ik,IJ.Z:lpf.A.'I'oi1msko. I.. 'l'I1i'f-fzill
IJ, I'i'i1ql1I1zu'l,Z. Wilkinscni, S.Wilrlii1g
limi' Ii: T. Zziiilwmsky, II. Wliitviiiglit
Ii. Wvlsli. X. Williauns. II. Williams. ll
Wilsuu, .I. Wull:u', T. Willis. W. Wil-klv
maui, W. Wzikm-Iivlil.
Row l: 1111117 111 111111111 111. .X111l111's1111, 11.
Row 2: 111. ,xI111I'L'!ll'll, 11. 1JfY1111Skf', 11.
R1111' ii: H. 1Jllf'1iW41l'111, D. c1I1l1ll111l, 11.
Sophomore Class . . .
W11111 1111111 11111'11's 11,1 11111 gay Y11u11gg S11p1111111111'11s who 111'11 full 111' pep, l'1'll1, I'1'1l11l'
111111 1'l'11l11'fjj.1 111111111 111111 is 1'111111'i11111i11g1g his IJQLI1 111 111111111 11111 C'111ss of 1940 11111 111151 111121.11
1111s 11V111' 1'11111'11s111111111 311111111111 1111111 S1'1111111. '1'1111 1:111ss was 111'gg1111ix1111 92l1'1j' 111111 is
1'111111y 1'111' 111'1i1111. 11111' 1111111 111111 1111111111111 111111111111 is 1:111111111s1111 111 11111s11 1111ic111's:
l'r1'.v1'1l1'11l . 11IiLIiN MA11: HA11'1'1..1N11
1'1'1-1'-P1'1'.w'1l1111.1' . C'11A11L11s l'11M111111sKY
S1'1'r11i11rff-7'r1111.w111'1'1' .,..... B1c'1"1'1' 11'11'1'111-1Hs111111N
i111f11111111g1 11111 111111111 111111111 li11p1'11s11111111iv11s 111111 S1111111111 f'1111111'i1 B'I1111111111's.
11111' C1111ss 1111s i111-111111111 two 1111111'11S 111 11s 1937 11111111111111' 111' s1111i111 11V11111s. T110 first'
111' 11111s11 1111111-11s was 1111111 1111 11111 1w1111'111 111' N11v1111111111'. '1'1111 s111f111111 111111 will 1111 i11 11111'
V111 1111v11 s11v111'111 2L111l11'110S W1111 11x1:1111 i11 f11111111111, 1721S1if'111J2111, s11cc111', 111111 111'21C1i. W11
111'11 111s11 2l1J1y 1'11p1'11s111111111 i11 the S1-1111111 11211111 111111 111'1f1111s11'11, 111111 v111'i1111s S1111111111 1111111s
111111 111'gg1111iz1'11i1111s. W11 1121Vl' 11111 11111 years 11111111 111 1111j11y 11111 111111pi11s1 1111ys11f11111'1iv11s
i11 1N'Ill1l1lZl11 11ig11 S111111111, 111111'11f111'11 W11 wi11 11'y1.11 1111111111 ILS 11111011 111111W11111g11 111111 11xp111'i-
11111111 21S 1111ssil1111 w11i111 w11 111'11 111 1X11lll11i111. We 111111 1111111 11111111 11111' high S111111111 1-111'11111' as
s1111111i11g1 s1111111s 111 1'111'111111' N111-1'11Ss 2l11.10I' w11 1111v11 11111 11111' A111121 1X'1'1l1l'1'.
l11111,Qg111111111, M. 1D11v1s, lu. 111lI'llS. M.
I'1:11'1'y, 11. C'11t1111', .1. 1J11?1i:111. NI. 11llI'1l'2l,
w - v 1
Xl. 11z11l11, 11. 111Illl11ll'l1,X.f 111111111.
1i1'i11k111', 111. lS11y1i111. F. C'11111111'11Sk1'. KI.
1gl'QQil1ZL, 11. liogiis, J. C111111'11:1, .1. ASI1111,
.1. 11llI1l?11, D. C11f1I1Il1lI1.
.'xII111'l'SHll, 11. D1111k11vi11, 'l'. 171111111111-zyk,
YY. C'1'11w, W. 17:1vi11x. 11, 11llI'l'f'1lS41ll,
if c1t1I'l'X, W, 11111111-Q.
1 4.2 1
Row 1: flmft In Iffghfl D. Gulf-y, D
l'llJOI'IH2Lll, M. CI1'1111g01', M. Hl'C?ll2l, A
Jacko, li. Hoppvr, O. Fustw, H. llzlrt-
lilllll, H. lf2lZlI1ll'I', P. G:11111':1t.
Row 2: lfl. lliII'dlI1g2Q, J. 1iLlSlllli,.l. Fllllkllii.,
M. Glick, N. l4l1r1c1'y, E. .l2LI1tSl7ll, C
F011to11, P. Fectko, N. llvzxszta.
How 3: XY. Horzisz, C. Kzxrgol, R. Jones
'I'. Knpp, M. llollis, .l. Fulton, C
llinklcf, li. Hogg, lf. Fvr'kovic', J. G1-rvk
Room I-Ll . ..
Row 1: fLqft lu lfighiil J. Krczko, A
Lvbedflzl, M. Lloyd, A. Lzuwy, H. Lxmccy
M. Lujkov, B. Kuzxna, D. Leann-r, L
Row 2: P. Lacck, M. Krvll, V. Kylv, J
lVl2i.g'l1ll'l', H. L111'u.s, H. IQIIZIIIH, li. Lung
A. Komlis, J. Knight.
Row 3: J. Kriuk, A. Mzulamr, J. Knapp
l+1.Kish, li. Kellvr, K. lilfikll, G. I1LLllg.flllI1,
S. Kusumlzl, J. IA-ako.
Room I-12 . ..
Row 1: fluff Z0 lfiglzil D. Piull, J. Martin,
li. M. Millirvu, U. Manfrvml. V. Mo1'g1111
D. S0111:111, E. Russvll, G. l'itc'l1fo1'rl, D
Slmrpv, L. Moclvick.
Row 2: K. Pugh, E. Popovich, M
Mihulc-111, H. Mzmrsulvk, li. M. Blillllllix,
M. Rnsmfluxk, Cl. Sutalzl, M. Salam, M.
S1-0011, R.. Szxlm.
Row 3: .l. Nvsky, XV. Pamstur, C. Past-
1-1'11z1k, A. Rllflollsky, VV. Ali'C2lI'lPl', W.
Rushu, lfl. Sauk, .l. Palvok, .I. Pastor, J.
lNlanti1-s, ll. Sl'l1lN'lkl9I':
Room 143 . . .
Row 1: CLzft lo If1'ghlD li. Wolak, M.
Sukaly, A. Spzzlm, I. Vorcwlr, B. lV0lll0l'-
spoon, li. Smart, li. SII1PlS!'Ul', D. Smith,
J. SIIlOll'j', L. Su1li11111ck, D. Zz1111lm1'sky.
Row 2: S. VVll1l.l'I'Sll5EI1, G. Sulm, M.
Sotak, M. Slllpilf, M. 'l'kzu', E. Z1-110, A.
lYelw1', M. Simllaxrz, ll. Voytku, M.
'llli2I0ll, A. Vl'o1l1'i1'k.
Row 3: R.. iS1Ill'lSf'Pl', .I. lV2'l21lK'I', J.
Sizlrfo, lC. SlVlllllll, R. 'l'l11'0lfz1ll, F.
Weckn-rlv, C. lllllfllllilrl, A. Yatsko, M.
l 44 l
Room 203 .
II1m' I: 1I.1f! In IIIIIIIIIII II. II1m1-r. N
I 111l11 I II1IIi1 I" I"i11I1x I XIII
lun ks, .1 :1 1..
lll1'I'IIliIll, In. I,1'IIl'lt'Ii II II11I'I', .X
II1m 2: ID. f'I1IIIi, .I. II:1j11w. II. II:1I11g
I' II1111I'1n11I NI IJ11I11 II Iull I 1111
I' li .
II1m' .IZ II. II1'11s1111, II fl1':111I. II. I'.:1Xl
111:111. II. f'u111':11I. ,I. I1I71"iI1I11111s. IJ
II11g1-1', II. AIIIIIII.
II1m' 4: W. I+'isI11-13 A. IIlIlII. IS. .XsI111II
II. IYI1it1', IJ. II:111mr'I1 II fI:111-I11111s1'.
Room 303 .
II11w I: lI,1Q!'l In l1'1'g1l1lJ IC. N:1I1:1y. IC
IIIIII X II11 I1 IJ NIllllIx N gill
IC. BI1111tg1'11111-1'y. II. XI:11111s, I. Nagy
Row 2: IJ. IXIo111'1f. fl. P1 tirik. J. I':1v
11sk:1. .X. NI1111111-y, M. I,lIf'Ilj', .I. WI11-1'1'y
Z. Xuss, LI. I':1p:1y. .I. Nilll, .I. Noll
I-Iuw 551 .I. II1'1'41L, .-X. P1'1'1'i11. II. BIz1'ux'r'II
'I'. I'111'k111s. .I. S1'I'11'1':1, II. Millvr. IJ
Blllx, II. 5lIlIIIl, II. AIIIIIIQIQIII, II. Null
Room sou . . .
. , j .
II1111' l: rlnjl In l11g1l1f1 II. XXI1z1lI111u'. II
IJ111'I1:1111. IC. Nmrg. ID. NMI. IC. I I11'111:1k
.I. S111i1I'1, II. SIl'IIIlI'I', .I. SI1:11'p. M. NI
NX1'IsI1. II. 5Ii:ll'llIJ2l.
II1vw 2: W. W:1s11wsky, U. NMIQU11, BI
,I.NN1II1-, .X. l11k:11's, II Qtrult. A. IIIII'
II. X:11'111:1. X. P:1st111'11'1k Cl. Si1111111
II.1mwJi1 II. Sl'Ill1l'I'. I". 'I'111'1v1-xy. Ii. S111'1Iy
.I. ST111':1k. NI. S11II1v:111. W. S1-iss, N
NYI1it1111igI1l, II. S1-I111r-I1111:111. 'I'. II11I1s1I11
Room 307 . . .
II11w l: 11.111 In lffqlf
I I I111Is1'I1, ID
NI:1I11111r-y, IIC. I1I1I1v11. I.. II:1s:1k, .X
.I:11'11I111s, II. II1':1s1'yz11:1, M. I11n1g3111111'1'
IIHW .21 II. IIv11s1111, I". I'11p11v11'I1, II. .I
I.I11.x'1I, IJ. I.1-skn, KI. I1.1Im, I.. IIIIIIIIIII
. . ,
rvys. I7. IxI1'111. 41. C'1'-1V NI. II:1II:1111
II11w3i: .I. ,I11111-S. .I. NI1 .XI1.1.. .I. II1.1. II
II:11'I111:111. II. Iiulms. If. .I:11-11I1s. .X
1I1'11I:1, S, SI:1mxI1'.
have znliniraxhly justified their existence as leaders of Munhnll lligh throughout
the year, and leave their school to conquer new Worlds.
with some trepidzttion, step into the places vaezttecl hy their upper clztssinen,
fearful of the increasefl responsibilities their new position creates, but determined
to do their best.
'twise foolsw though they ure, are zlssuniing upper class clignity :unl should clo
credit to their new status us Juniors of hlunhnll.
no longer green, now nceliniatod to high school life, will he the "guy, young
Sophornoresl' of another year, appezniiig wtrefree, but taking their place as at
Very important unit ol' Munhall lligh.
Freshman Class . . .
We have just completed our Freshman year and find that high school is Uno hed of
rosesfl It has been a harder pull than we anticipated, hut we have tried, and are
pleased to admit that we have upheld the high standards which the elasses before us
By continuing to take pride in our school and work, we will try to make the class
of '41 the most outstanding class that has ever been in Munhall High. Then, when
that day of graduation comes, We will have the satisfaction of knowing that we just
didn't drift through the four years but worked and made a class of which wc, and
Munhall High, may he proud.
Freshman Class Officers
President . PHYLLIS l'lOVVELL
Vzfcfc-Pz'c.side1zf . . XVILMA Your
Scr'rctm'y-Trcrmwcr . . Hl'ILP1N BUTALA
Fcufulty Sponsor . MR. MC1flARTll1'
Row lg Left to lffghlli M. Mehlfcrlucr, H.
Nagy, J. Mitchell,l'l.Mol11a1',C. McGill.
M. Shissler, L. J. Miller, M. IilllllS, C.
Mitz, R. Best, G. Sivits.
Row 2: li. Shcck, G. McShanc, J. Novot-
ony, R. Mansell, A. Matis, H. Marshall,
R. Lloyd, C. Lyden, F. Gustafson.
Row 3: IC. Lucas, R. Dunsavage, R. Mc-
C'aff1-rly, VV. Lloyd, S. Marshall, K.
Manns. 'l'. Mansell.
Row 1: fluff in lfiyfhlii D. C'z:1jkuski. D
Iizilsiiigf-ig P. Biigvl. J. Allison, .I. Bish
op, 'l'. Iimlnvr, I. Iliiclzis, A. Dzilion. Y
Czirrivk, Y. Varr, A. I"01'ko, Ii. Dvlmizik
Row 2: li. Ilnrst, Ii. Dmiglzis, 'I'. Czyz, M
Dur'ui'. II. Iillilllil. S. B2lIU.ff1I', Ii. Cal-
houn. A. Booth. I". f1I111I'A'. I.. IIOXYK-'1'S
P. Bziiint, A. Bntko, 'I'. Igi1'US1'2lk.
Row Zi: N. Anlol, I". I"vcIaI'k:i., R.. Elwr-
wivn, .I. Iiiitzilzi, Cl. ICrIOIm:1, II. Avkw-
main, IC. llnffcik, Ii. Anriwall, J. C'onns-I-
ly, P. Iiost, XY. Iillis, XY. Biggs.
Room 60 . . .
Huw 1: ILM! I0 li'1'glfli: Ii. Iizisnik, A
Lalis, I". I'IIasnir-4-k, L. Ilomlvii, A
Gicovski, W. IiIlI'l'Il, E, Iirilvin, E
Geary, M. Iiohnl, M. Iincko, I'. IIow0II
Row 2: I". Ffn'gac'Ii. IU. Iioiitm, .I. Ilrwko
C. Gmsik, A. Iinzniiv, T. Iiussviy M
III'llSk1l, M. Grvzb. J. IIow:1T, L. Ifmnk-
wich, II. Kohn, IVII, Julia.
Row 3: S.:I21I'0IJS, IC. IIc'in'iIQsoi1. IJ. How-
vll, A. Ixxinv. F. Clrvtz, W. Lziyrnzin, J
Iianv. J. IIuza, J. Iiusrm, L. Iim-vy, G
i'I11fC7I1iIlS0ll, J. II2ll'Vl'A'.
Room 63 . ..
Iinw I: Qing!! to lfzgflli IC. Onclo, Cl. Mill-
irvn, M. Mr'Donnc-II, D. Lupin-Iiovsky
D. Pollyfkzi, M. Morgxzin, I. Liivzis. D
NiIOS. A. IVIIOOIG, IJ. Lcisko.
Row 2: .I. O'NviII, Y. Iiyvoo, I.. Mvtvalfi-
M. Novak, V. WIA-:ii'y, V. Link, J
Nlagiiirf-, I. Orosz, I.. IXIorgu.n, A. Mars-
nlvk, A. Imskziliiv. J. Ahinfrml,
Ii0XY31fi. IXIm'gan. G. Nzihay, .I. Mir-havls
J. Mi':1xr'k, T. Xoroski, J. I':lsIor, J
Mzisvnko, A. Popuvivk, J. IXI:1.gic-Vai, VV
O'MiiIIvy, S. Lukziszaik, L. Olvlvzigy. R
POST. S. Omss.
Room B3 . . .
Row 1: CI.1Qft to Iffglilil F. Wililing, .I
Wassvll, J. Sa1IxoI. A. Svdlzik, Al. ROIMII
Ii. Slnniff. J. Stair-ik, J. AYIIQJQIIOII
Row 2: A. Shipv, L. Zzipf, Cf. Wzisowsky
H. Tonizisvin, A. Z1'llf'I'lll, M. Yzinko, M
Tinal, J. Hlnvlsivr, S, Zanos, L. Sfrangg
E. Slaivzi. IV. Yogi.
Row 3: M. Svhoup. M. Rcvvvs, AI. Rari-
zmf-0, M. Siikaly, A. M. IYv:ivvi', M. L
Sullivan, I. Quinn, A. Semis, A. Svlmff
D. IIi'Ii:1.n, AI. Ii. Wziltvrs. IS. Iiiisiizik
Row -I: Ii. AAV2lIkfAI'. J. Vzisku, S. VIIIIUIIEZIS
f. .v., . 4 4-
J. 5.15 nu, C.. Elma, A. RoImIl, I. YIM
son, IA". Watts, M. Iimlzufv, I". Voyf-ko
AI. Thvis, IS. Williams.
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Room 20l . . .
Row 1: Cliff! to lfiglftb J. Tziylor, J. Sivils,
H. Worton, H. Massio, A. Moyttzx, D.
YVallucc-, R. VVz1lsh, IC. Sorg, D, Sposvt.
Row 2: H. Ye-nchck, W. Tilnrns, S. Zogrziu,
D. Younkins, L. Zogran, F. Urhzxn, D.
VVilson, B. Slnidansky, R. Burkhart., D.
AYZ1ii2llfl', B. Stuffio.
Row 3: R. Strang, J. Sylvostro, F. Gidus,
A. Soltoz, G. VVright.
Room 206 . . .
Row I: Chef! to Rightj A. M. Bicklvr, R.
Andrews, S. Dvvvy, A. liarrvtt, I. Elvk,
BI. Balvhiivld, R. Burkv, E. Hounvr, NI.
Dragulzl, G. Douzxhuv, i5.,I'il'il'SOH.
Row 2: D. GOII1PiIlh1Ll't, J. Ashoff, R.
Flcming, R. Konuemly, H. Ainis, W.
BOSIIl3,1'k, li. Carr, C. Fit-zgilmhons, L.
Badnlatto, C. Gvhring.
Row 3: NY. Agardy, C. Fvttvrs, D. Adn-
rnitz, H. livnnvdy, R. Brothvrton, F.
Drozd, J. liorrctt.
Room 302 . . .
Row 1: flmft to Rfghlb E. Smyth, E. Svhutt-
vrt, D. Sharp, M. Schirrzl, R. O'Toolv,
H. Paisa, A. M. Rinyik, H. Pfvitlfvr, D.
Pastor, S. Sums.
Row 2: N. Smith, S. Jordan, M. Schick,
A. Rusnuk, T. Corso, S. Ripper, S.
Stanlvy, A. Pavusvka, A. Puttvrson, F.
Row 3: C. Shafer, G. Pitassi, R. Sharp, C.
Poolv, H. Parkinson, J. O'Brien, S.
Room 306 . . .
Row 1: CL1fft to lrfightb J. Hofmeister, M.
Graham, L. Kirk, M. Horvath, M. Guy-
dash, M. Halyko, I. Ilacldad, A. Gyuri-
sin, E. Grindlc.
Row 2: A Harr, F. Gottschling, M. Hukoy,
F. Holian, G. Gent, A. M. Gustafson,
Row 3: XV. Hvss, G. Guost, K. Hartivy, J.
Hofmr-ister, R. Guest, T. Jarfohs, R.
I A BALANCED LIFE MUST CONSIST OF
I PLIQASURLS AS NVELL AS WORK. 'PHE MUN-
HALL FAMILY PARTICIPATES IN A NUMBER
OF ACTIVITIES VVHICH DEVELOP OUR SOCIAL
RELATIONSHIPS, OUR SPIRIT OF COOPERATION
AND AFFORD US VVHOLESOME RECREATION
FOR OUR LEISURE HOURS.
The Munhislco Stall
E511-flll' . .
1gllNl4Ill'NN ,llflzzflgw .
LZifCl'fll'jf Iffllilllil' . .
.lffiisl . , .
Sports lfflztm' .
S0l'1'lll l2'rlf1'or . .
IJ,l0l0gI'Il1IllI.f' lL'rl1'Im' .
NC'f'l'f'llll'vlf of Nlllllfli .
llvorl Tfjpfsf ,...., .
. -IOSICPH .l. Wfxsiio
. XYILLIAM Siniuiitgs
. lll"I'II I,iaFimV1c's
. . NI.xn'ri1.-x fll'R'I'I5
Tho ainnuul Stull' for tho 1938 llffunhislio consists of pupils who lizivv hu n
choson for thvii' spt-c-i:1l zilailitios. Tho vntirv class has coopvmtvcl in tho prom
tion of this zlnnuzll. lgtlCi1L1SC' ot' this fact tho stuff wishvs to vxnrcss its grraititutlc
It is our wish that you oxpcwic-iirro many onjoyzilmlv hours in scainningx tho pug
ot' our hook.
livyinml Stono, Nvlliv l,:u'c-y, llviltlai flll21II1lJ0l'l1llIl, Vlvilliznn AC'liflI'IIl2LIl, B1
Matson, lillcin Boothcn
l'llIl10l' flvnt. Ruth King, lflsthvl' Wzilkvr, livtty Yolvsko, Furl l'llHf'l111 ,
llzlzvl l'l1'txIll'l1. Bvtty Skcwlmzi, .lost-ph Flynn. Rivlnilxl Quigrlc-y, llorothy Wugnti
.lunv Gwynn, Kay Svifllmy, Vlivstvi' Blitz, lillon liooth.
I,l'l'lCRA li Y STAFF
llorotliy Got-mlvll, Aiulrvy Smith. liotty Yolvslio, Blill'gLilI'QT Ilvss. Filtmn
fl0llllJS, llorothy clt'l'I'2l. Annan Maw Nic-holson.
Bvtty Wall, Lucy l'll'0ll2l, .Xnnv litycv.
"New Fires" was given two nights, April 8th and April Qth. This is contrary
to the usual method followed at MUNIIALL. Two distinct casts were used, work-
ing in competition to each other. This plan, as well as being novel, has many
good points. Both casts did themselves proud.
l "The White Cast"
Jim. .Urzrslzull ..... Donorni' GoEnIaI,L
, Szlsamic ,,,.,, . ,ANNA MAE W ALIIACIC
Dr. Gray ..,,..... Cimiuins COSGROVIC
Ubirff .......,........ LDARYII RIQAGAN
Anm' ............ , . . .AUDIIIQY SMITH
S1fflSprrry ............ JULIUS liONDIS
Marg! Merslmll .,...,... CLICTA RIQESI4l
Jerry ,,.,..,. . .,,, .loslcrn WIQCKERLIQ
Em' ........... ........ R U'1'H IQING
1J1'f-If ..,...,....,,..., Josnvn FLYNN
Slvplmn Sunlry .....,. HARRY IUTCHIIG
I'l1yll2fs ...... Donorni' PRokoi'ovITsH
Irifllff .,... .....,... C 7HIcs'r1-:iz lXIITZ
Angjiz' .,... . , ,.,, ISIQTTY BIILLER
Lucfffflfz .... .... I 5E'r'1'i' SKERBA
M vm bers-Sic NIORS
Spolzsm'-lNI ISS RUSH
Chrirles Gemeinhart, Charles Cosgrove,
l'Idward lXIlll0I'1l1, Williani Skyrmes,
John Kargol, Charles Lukzizzik, Jack
Cotter, James Morgan.
Edward Lueko, George McMillen, John
llnlyko, Bernard Coley, Emory Mol-
nar, Vilesley VVakefield.
--,f -l..l -
The stage guild is chosen and conducted by Miss Rush. By filing application
in their junior year, the boys are trained all year to be able to fill iII the vacancies
left by the seniors the following year. Being a member of the guild is no easy
task. Informed in craft, electricity, woodwork, painting, etc., the members are
relied on by the school to take care of "back stage worries."
The important events of the school year as the Junior and Senior Play and
Operatic Assemblies are partly successful because of the cooperation and work
the guild contributes. Thus the stage guild has earned the honor of being "In-
dispensable to the School."
Dr. Gray .4..
Olive. . ,
J crry ,.,....
ilfary Miirsliall ....... DIJIIOTIIY XV,xoNi:1c
Dick, , .
Siephcn Sa iuzlry ..... W1l.l.1,xM A eK1-:im AN
Sid Sperry ,.........,,... h.v1'r1.xx Aixrs
Angie. . .... .....,,. 1 iU'rH SHARP
Mrs. Marshall .,.. . . .liU'I'll Mmaoxilzx'
FfRS'l' Row: Chef! In Righlb Rinylk, Grindle,
'Erieson. Rush, Longmore, Him-key, Hoff-
Jnau, Miller, Shissler, Pfeiffer, Sharpe,
lilein, Host, Walker, Abdou.
Sizeoxn Row: Willis, Sams, Clemeinhart,
Lesko, Nuss, Marino, Gustafson, Sivits,
McGill, Neff, Slurek, Murphy, Lloyd,
THIRD Row: Wallace, Jones, Guest, Lloyd,
Barehfeld, Gray, Burke, Perrin, Prosser,
Sehurr, Moore, Sehirra, Fitzgilmboxis,
Tor Row: Conrad, Maxwell, Clrula, Ilarr-
Inan, Milz, Miller, Mr. G. Edward
Under the efficient guidance of Miss Rush, the characters were taught their
parts. Within six weeks of hard practice, at eight o'elock in the morning, the
play progressed rapidly. The successful performances were due to the work of
the casts as Well as the generous aid offered by students of the class.
The Woodlawn Dramatic Club
The Woodlawn Dramatic Club is an organization with no formal ofhcers, nor
stated formal meetings. When meetings are necessary, they are called by the
sponsor, and a student chairman is appointed to handle the business. Any stu-
dent acting or assisting in any production, automatically becomes a club member.
This season the club has produced the following full evening performances:
. . .EI,rzAB1c'rH LICVVIS
. . . ,. ,.H1a1,1f:N lVlEDIil'1Y
. . .C'1iARLi4:s Cosouoyiz
. . . . . .HAZIQL F111-:NCH
...., ......,.JAcK C0'l"l'ER
. . . . . . . . , , , .Do1aoTHY Loma .
. . . , . , . . . .VVILLIAM Soni-'FLE
. . . . . .ANNA M.-xii X101-iol,soN
. , . . , ,Josizvu Wasxo
. . . . . . . ,I1m1w1A1c ISYTHIQWAY
Hi7f!f'llI'ilfZ.0l2 Week Pl'0g1'U7ll,'ll "Noz'liing Bur' the Truihgl' Hflze Sibullf' f'Rome0
and Juliet." It has been connected, either directly or indirectly, with the majority
of assembly programs. Besides these school programs, it has played before 700
men in a Christmas program presented in the Steel Works proper, and as far as
we know, it was the first time in the history of the United States Steel Corporation
that such a group has been invited to produce any such program. It also pre-
sented 'fll'aiite1l, ri Wife" and some one-act plays to assist worthy organizations
National Honor Society
FRONT Row: Clmf! to Irlightl M.
Hess, K. Lang, I. M. liytheway,
R. King, ll. Long, R. Sharp, O.
larz, hi. Surincik, R. Lefkovies,
D. Prokopovitsll .X Danis, Mr.
Tniim Row: J. Wasko, C. Cos.
grove, YY. Ackerinan, ll. Ritchie.
Munhall l-ligh School Band
The Munhall lligh School Band may be defined as an enthusiastic group of
Music Makers. And as to the results of the enthusiasin shown by these pupils,
it will hardly be necessary to mention that Mr. Todd, the director has built up
a worth-while band.
During the football season the band has entertained and given support to the
school by its poppy, snappy inusic. At inany other activities, the band has con-
tributed its talent, and this group of players has truly been rewarded for its eiforts
by the approval of its progress and its initiative.
National l-lonor Society
The Albright Chapter of the National Honor Society closes once more after
a year of successful existence in which it endeavored to uphold the cardinal
objectives: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. These are the
qualities by which the eligibility of pupils for the National Honor Society was
deterniined by M1'. llvalbert, the sponsor, and the 1'0l11ZllIllIlgIH0ll1lJO1'S of lVIunhall's
faculty. The official leaders of the chapter are:
lJ?'G8tfl6IIf ........ Donornr PnoKoPovrrsH
V1cc-P1'cs17dent .......... Josnru WAsKo
Scrrctrz1'y-Tzwfzsurcz' ........ IDA MM: BY'rHEwAY
The inernbers had aided in attaining a successful year which now is completed.
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Sucoivo Row: A. Smith, K. Sicd-
The Student Vouncil is nn iinporlnnt orgzinizzmtion in gi school It is nude up
of niomlnors who are vlvcftecl lwy thc- sludont body. Oni xx ho lmclongs To ns
orgzmizaition is looked upon :Ls :L Worthy pc-rson.
The purposvs of this organization nrv: CID To give the comet ti mining,
citizenship and S0lf-I1llLl1iLgCIl10Ht. C23 To stimulate tlu Spllli of cooperation
among the students. Q35 To further the gviiornl we-ll'zu'e of thu sc liool
The officers of this OI',QQ2l11lZ2LiflOI1 ziro ns follows: Prosidm nl Illllmc 11 C OSQJOXI
xiii?-Pl"K'Slll0Ill, Fred livnnsg :ind Svmw-lzu'y, hlzxlwl lVl0oin
FRoN'r Row: Chqft to li'1'gliIlI'l. lioy
tim, M. Hiilmin, U. liolson, K'
Cosgrove, E. Lucko, ll. Cosgrovo
F. l'lv:1ns,'l'.Slzxtm', li. Colvy.
Siscoxn Row: Mr. Wim-land, li
Brinker. Wilding, li. King, Ii
Lung, I. M. liythvwaiy, D. Pro
kopovilsh, D. Johnson, M. Kow-
Q11, Mr. Iiyiin,
rPHIRD Row: Ii. Clhontos, W. Beatty,
BI. Moore, P. Zenvlni, ll. Mod-
loy, H. M. Malone, M. L. Soid
larz, li. Morgan. M. Lavko, P
FRONT Row: Chfjft io Rfglitl B. lllrir-
son, S. Slunrp, M. Prossc-r, J
Baplic-, V. Rush, E. Sorg.
SECOND Row: Miss Brown, L. Zog
run VV. Don 1-lwrtv L. Swicklvv
1 I-. . f . y
G. McSh:1nr-. R. Wallace, G
Gray, Miss NVQ-lsh.
THIRD Row: W. Anderson, E. Mil
ler, W. Sciss, 'l'. Perkins.
The Girl Reserves
The Girl Reserves are the younger members of the Young Womenls Christian
Association, a world-wide Christian organization with centers in 52 eountries.
The ultimate aim of the Y. VV. C. A. and consequently of the Girl Reserves, is
the interpretation of Christianity in terms suitable to present-day life. Club life
ggivcs the Girl Reserves an opportunity to strengthen their own thinking, to
become understanding of the opinions of others, to grow in personality. They are
taught to adapt themselves to society and the social side of life.
In the Munhall division there are 75 members under the capable supervision
of Miss Daly. Officers for the junior and senior division are President, Ruth
King, Vice-President, Mable Moore. For the freshman and sophomore division
they are President, Betty Ilopperg Vice-President, Marion Davis. Throughout
the year they have carried out several worthwhile projects among them the Girl
Reserves and Hi-Y annual Christmas dance, and the sale of sandwiches and milk
to the debating teams during the debating tournament.
Growing: up in the world of today is an important task for any teen-age girl.
It was never simple but these days it is especially complex. For our Girl Reserves
it becomes more friendly and less confusing thanks to the friendly supervision
of lVIiss Daly. We sincerely hope tor a bigger Girl Reserves eaeh year to come.
l Kazimer, Sl rang.
Senior Girl Reserves
FRONT Row: CLefL1o Rzqhtj Hunkm
Pillar, Urquhart, Boot Routll
SECOND Row: Kine' lhldllllli x KN 1
laee, VVibner, Iland 1 sm in 1 m
ulka, Anderson, Cui ls roi
illllllilb Row: Wilkinson K idmin
Bytheway, OlToole, liolibiuii
Adamitz, Wallace N11 1
Schmidt, Sharp, Nlatthuxs W Lll
FOURTII Row: Tarisovic 1'11I'1g.,lli
Braddock, Ord, Moon NIrDoxx
ell, llarding, Hainpson Phillips
Junior Girl Reserves
FRONT Row: CLcfZ lo Riqhlj Lahsh
Quinn, 0'Toole, Carrick Hoppmi
Kuzma, Lucas, Ducai, IXl1SIIll,
Sncoun Row: Suba, Ilrusk 1 L iban
VValter, Balsinger, Doug.,l1s But
ala, Sharp, Spahn, Smut Ru
rllHIRD Row: Pokryfka loved LN
Kundravy, Ondo, llartl Lnd
Burns, Sai ala, Cloon in Luc 5
Tnilcn Row: G. Mzixwvll A. Grula,
l'lliUN'l' Row: QLfjf'1IoI?1Agl1Ifl Kinavy
Qniglvy, XVi1hehn Colm-y, Alcfxamdox'
ltlvains, Stone, Jzu-olmson, Ilzirt.
SECOND Row: Mascnko, Morrison, Ja- '
volwson, Cotter, lic-rgvr, Blitz, H
Fosgrove, Dzannko, ,M-kcwinan,
Tninn RoW:M1'. Briggs, liolson, Flynn,
Blorgzni. Skyrinc-s, llollis, lil'0ll'lt'l'-
ton, Panilton, Eclniv, Moltvrvln.
l"oiin'i'n ROW: Konclis, Jonvs, Gustaf-
son, l'lltI'0lN'Z, lx'llll0l'lIl, Nagy, Mal-
oni-, C'. Cosgrovv, Svufllv. Lzufko.
Woodlawn Junior l-li-Y
l"noN'i' How: CL1ffl in Iffglltl ll. Svhurr,
C. Poole, ll. Ainis, G. IXl1'Sl1:1nc', R.
Wnllaivo, D. Moorv, W. l'l:l5lIll211l, K.
Wvilson, Cl. Gray.
Siavoxn Row: T. Perkins, R. llzirtlnzxn,
. , .
D. Blitz. T. Robson, NX. N-Iss, J.
SI5llll'l'll, J. Ron.
Mr. 'l'1'i1nhl0, R. Clonrnslf ltl. Miller.
Munhall and Woodlawn I-Ii-Y
Thi' BIVNIIALL High Sr-hool Ili-Y was first 0I'QillllZGll in thv full of 1932 with :1
111ClHlJ0l'Sl1ilJ of six boys. Sinvv thvn I1101'0 :intl more boys have lJ0l'0111P ilitvwsti-il
in this :ic-tivity until tho chili now hoasts 50 :lic-i11hc1's. Thv purpose- is the sznno
throughout ovary high school in the Unitocl Staitog- nzunoly tio wozmto, Inziintziin,
and vxtvncl l'll1'Ol1Qjl1 thc' Cfllllllllllllty high Slf2lIlll2lI'IlS of christian Cll1ll'21Ct0I'.
For tho lust two years, it has been tho Onstoni of the Ili-Y lmoys to Conrhivt
holy wvvli services at lizistol' time in the BIVNIXALL High School i1llQlll01'lllIll.
lvnclei' tho :ihlv sponsorship of lX"I1'. Boggs, tho boys holcl wvvkly nivvtings with
their progrzuns consisting of discussions :intl 0llltSlllO Spvaliws such as niinistvrs
and profc-ssioncil men. Yr-airly, the boys trzivvl to Allegheny Olmsmvaitory.
Othuvrs of tho club this yvxn' wore: Prvsimlvntt, C'h:n'les C'osgi'ovvg Vice-Pwsiclvilt
Wvilliuni l'l4lniv3 Sc-C1'cet:1i'y, llc-1'l1v1't Cosgrove- :incl 'l'1'e:1Sl1i'01', Imstvi' livfins.
Flcoiwr Row: Chit to Rightj Surineik,
Youngrinan, Tarasovic, Morgan, Link
Donnelly, Jacobson, Dadey, Bost,
Siacoxn Row: Guest, Watson, Kupee,
Maroney, Miss Howat, Ixendcrs,
Eeeii, Rasehak, YV1I1l8l'SfG9I1, Sukaly.
'l'H11uJ Row: Bausch, Pugh, Zenchu,
Vines, M. Rhoden, Matson, Craw-
ford, Reese, Uhler.
F1toN'r Row: QLQft to Riglztj Morgan,
Kohut, Metcalf, Emery, Mitz, Love-
day, Kuzrnic, Milliren.
S1cCoND Row: L. Lacey, Seech, Pitch-
ford, McGuire, Rage, Miss Howat,
Russell, Howell, O'Leary, Howden.
'l'uiun Row: Lacko, Ilowat, J. Kane,
Bausch, Hollis, Niles, Karch, VVeck-
A prominent educator has called the library the "heart of the school."
Our high school library was organized in 1925. lt is now located in the main
'high school building and occupies two rooms which have been combined into one.
Over fifty students may have study and reference facilities at one time. The
library has grown from a small collection of books to approximately 16,500
volumes. This includes encyclopedias, supplementary reference material, and
home reading books. From this number, the schools in the district, with the
exception of lYoodlaWn, are supplied.
XVith the exception of the librarian, none of the work is done by trained
people. Student help is used entirely. These people check books in and out, and
do much of the mechanical Work of the library.
The Library Club is composed of students interested in becoming better
acquainted with the library. Discussions are held in meetings, and questions
which arise are clarified.
President . . . HELEN TQUPEC
Vifse-P1'esz'flent . . RITA LACEY
Secretary . J EAN MARONEY
The hall cops ziro scloctod froin tfho high ranliingg girls and boys of our school.
They are self-c-tod lmoczuiso of their scholastic ability and good Qlnn'zu'te1'. To
hooorno a Hoop," one must have zz scholastic stzinclingg ol' 2.5. Tho Student council
is rosponsihlc for choosing tho group of boys :ind girls who sorvo :is hull oops.
Always courteous and helpful, tho "cops" ziidod many il now lHOIDlJOI' of tho
student body find his way around to tho scl1ool's nniny rooms
FRONT Row: Clmft to Rfglztj Siodlnrz,
King, Skvrlm, H2lllillPSIIl21H, Reagan,
Curtis, Prokopovitr-h, Sora.
SlcCoNn Row: Mr. Hyatt, liondis, "MW
Smith, Lang, Bythowzxy, Mocllvy,
Johnson, Gooddol, Fisvlunzin, Mitz.
THIRD Row: Quiglvy, Af'lil'I'IH2Ll1, Was-
ko, Clark, Cosgrovv, Sturm-kai, Bro-
thcrton, Cukzls, Nu-holson, Nzmdzaun.
FnoN'r Row: Clnft Io Ilillflllll liaptio,
Dolmriok, Lloyd, .l1l1fSK'll, lltlfiflllilll,
SECOND Row: Sc-hurr, iLongmorv,
Hivkvy, XY0lSc'l1, Drztko, Gottsc-hling,
'THIRD Row: Conrad, H2tl'lI11llIl, Por-
kins, Mitra, Svhirru, Soiss, Whitc,
The Munhall liebaters took second place in their section. Duc to the splendid
' coaching of Mr. Elkins, the squads were able to travel wiclely and offer inuch
opposition to their opponents. They attended about eight tournaments usually
taking second or thirml place. Duc to graduation, Bill Ackerman, Bill Scuflle,
Reynarcl Stone, ancl Dorothy Grob will be lost, but the coach has plenty sopho-
mores and juniors in reserve.
The Camera Club
1 The Camera Club was created for the interest of students oi' aniateur photo-
graphy. At the elub's meetings the correct inethorls of taking pictures so as to
T give it personality and depth were discussed. Various types of cameras were
shown and the particular uses of the essential parts clernonstrateml. The rneinbers
took many pictures of interest about the school, some of which appear in this
annual. These pictures were cleveloperl in the club's dark rooin, and on sonic
, occasions, enlargements were inatle. The rnost interesting meetings were spent
i on the art of canclid camera photography, the newest and niost popular pastime.
Under the faithful tutelage of Mr. Boggs, the club was able to advance greatly.
l Debating Team
tl"aoN'1' Row: Left In Rfyllll Neun-
l dorf, Kukuszka, liupee, Aekernian,
Stone, Sucliinaek, Obinger, Lebeflcla,
l S1aooNoRow: Mr. Elkins, Donahue,
1 Guest, liauseh, Seuffle, Leland,
Ofltieers of Debating Team are: Presi-
flenl, Bill Ackermaiig Vice Presitlent,
5 Reynard Stone, Seeret ary-Treaslirer,
FRONT Row: tL1Qfl to Ihfghlj lXIcMahon,
Stone, Gustafson, Billy,1Gden,Bost,
SECOND Row: Mr. Beggs, liargol,
Quigley, Koval, Kontlis, Mitz,
Seuihe, Knapp, Meliiniiey.
.l'lli0N'l' Row: CLqfl In l?I'Q.lifVl .I:10ol1s,
lillklllllwtl, Stztsrwm. lg21lIHf'll, llollis,
Watsmi, W111'g:111i4-li, Stutllv.
SECOND Row: Sttmv Sl2LI'll'ktL Wzilkm'
I 7 Q Y 7
L1-wls, ll2lI'lJ2lI'l, 11111-st, IAIIIQQ, 15.
ljlliott, lt. Lzwvy, ll. liulmii, Ilow-
'l'liI11D liuw: Stviiiviy 'llOIIlilSl'0, Dun-
szivugv, King, S1'l1111i1lt,YlNIillc'i', Clrolm,
Slllylll, Glivk, Yiiivs, SlllllV2lll, Mr,
l"oU11'1'ii Row: Ls-sko, Stcirutr, Wall, I7.
Rlioclmi, S1'hllxl'l'l', M. Rlmclvii, Mm'-
VQ1, lilllgflllilll. linm-liatch, M1'C'11g:1.
l"1u1NT Row: Cl.1gl'l In High!! liovul,
llollis, Lmig, Guvst, lillllll0Zll2i,
liilly, liiipvv, lllll'lllg1Ql'I', Lzwvy, ltncliv,
SECOND Row: Kiiliiilimcn, Iiyc-uv, Bolt'-
lrriivli, lXltlI'Ol1l'y, BllfDKlXN'l'll, Mau'-
Kciiziv, Nlalttlu-ws, Enriglit, li0lllffI',
llziiiipstm, Mr. iXll'l1f'21l1.
'llHIRD Row: Jaicnlvs, Bausch, Watson,
Bust, llilfdlllg, l5:1,llint, F. Paytok,
Popuxitc-li. .l1ll1:1, M. Paytox.
The z1i111 of our newly o1'gz111izurl Ettiqiivtttc Cflulw is to lu lp tht student 1 t 1l1
lisli goml 1112illllK'l'S in sm-iul life :mtl at zlll times. l'I1Cl0I' tlic li1Cl1llX Npoiiwi 1
1Icl.0:111, tho vlulm 1110lIllN'I'S holtl tl10i1' weekly iiivvtiligs to 1 OXCI me 1 11 lOl 1
etiquette in the liomo, business, :md i11 social 1'0liLitl0Y1SlHlJS
Seve-1'z1l p:11'tic1S illlil spcciul IJI'0g1'21I1lS were lic-ltl, elim IXIIIQ, uit 1 1 N 1l1 ll lI1L
Day clzmco. This popiilui' and 1-mluca1tio11:1l club elm-ctecl is its ofliui
The Math C'lub of Munhall High School
was established in order to create a greater
interest in mathematics and to develop a
better insight on mathematics throughout the
student body of this high school.
The officers selected were:
Prc.sz'dcnl . .
Secretary . ,
Treasurer . .
Social C0'I7I,'ITLtff6!3 .
FRoNT Row: Clnft to Rfglzij Walker
Miller, Radaci, Toinascin, lfrbin
Strang, Rusnak, Balsinger.
SECOND Row: Miss Forrest, Gribble
Donahue, Downey, Coley, Bald
THIRD Row: Carrick Eakman Grvzb
f ww I l '-
lxarch, O loole, Lycoe, Quinn
l"uoNT Row: Chef! tn Rfglzij Nicholson
Miller, Zamborsky, liusma, Grosik
Hreha, Kusma, Davis, Dunn, Jacko
Regan, Quinn, Tinal, Foy, Coyne.
SECOND Row: Miss Newell, Dadey
Corey YllOIH2lSf'll1 Sukalv Grvzb
. 7 7 . 7 -
Lveoe SII19.I'l.fJLl'Zil'Y Lucas Mar-
. Y ' A V Y
salek, lxazuner, Barry, Bostock
'lllIlIiD Row: Paytok, llzunpson, Hum-
mel, Freda, lflden, Sloutt, Blackie
Walker, VVorton, Archer, Wallace.
. ARTIIUR BALD
. ELAINE CARRICK
. BETTY EAKMAN
. GEORGE DAVID
Publicity Committee . . TIIoMAs DONAIIUE
The l-lome Economics Club
The Home Economics Club is a compara-
tively new club to Munhall. Organized ex-
actly three years ago the club has made great
strides for the short period that it has been
established. All girls who are enrolled in
either clothing or food classes are eligible for
membership. Realizing that more can be ac-
complished that will benefit the girls if the
groups are smaller, the club has been divided
into two parts-the freshman and sophomore
and the junior and senior divisions. Both
divisions are engaged in the same activities,
however, taking lessons in professional model-
ing, learning the types of clothes each should
Wear, and the hair styles and cosmetics each
individual girl should employ to bring out her
best features and mask her defects. Officers
for the junior-senior division are:
President .... LA VERN DADEY
Secretary . . . BETTY MILLI+JR
Treasurer .... BERTHA FOY
The officers for the freshman-sophomore
PI'CSZ'fl6Vlff .... IDOROTHY IDUNN
Secretary BETTY SMART
Trcasurev' . ANNA LALIS
F110N'i' Row: Chrjfl In Iffylflj Slavai,
Blilllgllll, McDowell, l5l':1cl1lm:k.
Kiipvv, l32lllg.fl11I12lIl, Spahu, Stiv111v1',
S1-LCUNIJ Row: Gryln, Maguire, Staxln,
ZOIl1'lll'l, flllllI'II12l, O"l'0olv, Long,
Frlwlai, Miss NV1dclowson.
'l'1111w Row: XYvst, EI'll'lrbl, Nw.
Ficorwi' Row: Chef! Io Riglili Nalmy,
BIIlllfl'PCl, Rulmiu, David, Ublmzigy,
SECUNIJ Row: Rowc-ll, Hunkvr, Pillar,
Laing, l'lilI'lll'I'l, xY2lQf1ll'l'. Vines,
Lziwy, Draikv, Hess, Phillips, Rviuli,
'l'H11c1J Row: l'll'I'C1'lf'Z, Kliupp, lzllllltlk,
I10vml:1y, llill, HllI1l,I4liJj'll, BI0l'g2lll,
'llt'I'2lSOVlf', lircll, VVl1itC1iigl1i, Bapi iv,
F01711'1'11 Row: Witt, Slmrp Cllivk, 1.4--
l,avflfl:1, lvl'fllll12iI'T, limit, fiorwlclvl,
Jnliiistnn, XV:1ll:1c'v, l'lf'fl1PXVI1j',
Mnmw. Siiriiicik, Yolvsf-ku, Pru-
kr,qmviIr'h, lisikvr, llv111'if'kso11.
1"11ox'1' Row: Clwfl In Rfgliln ll:11'1',
B2Ll'f'llflL3lCl, liiirke, lllJi'fIY1flI1, l'l1I'lI1illi,
Rush, Bapliv, llauldacl, l'lic'koy,
Cooiiilws, liuwrws, Sll2l1'Pl', lilciu.
SECOND Row: lXIo1itgo1ns-1'y, Idlluii,
lYl14'l'I'j', Pz1l101'so11, Sl1?ll'IN', Sc'l1i1'1':1,
Shisslvr. L1JllglHOl'l', lj1'ic'su11, Nagy,
'l'11111i1 Row: liosko, gxllflflll, Wvlsli,
Hl1lIlllllI'Qf'S, Sorggg. Lloyll, .X111111c1'-
maui, Nuss, Dcllarif-k, Guitschliiig,
Fo1f11T11 Row: Mr. Sllilllllllll, Grrmt,
Gray, Mulligzm, S1'l1ii'1':1, llILl'lII11lIl,
Perrin, Mr. Lloyd.
Red Cross Club
flllfx of fhv lI10Sl lIlflllSll'l0llS o1'g1gz111iz:1li011s for The ziiml oi' the imc-fly is ll1o lim-ml
Cross Club. lfnclor the oflic1e11t SllpUl'VlSl0Il of Miss Wiilmlowsmi the lI1C1I1lN'l'S
were able to distribute Christmas and Easter gifts to the children of tl1e neighbor-
The regular meetings are held every other Tuesday. Sometimes programs
are given to encourage cooperation among the students.
Under the leadership of their officers, the lied Cross has successfully flourished.
Pre.sz'rIent .......... Donorm' BRADDOCK
Vice lJ7'6StffI3'l'Lf . RAYMOND NICE
Secretary . HELEN TQUPEC
Treasurer LUCY FREDA
The Munhisko, Munhall's semi-monthly newspaper, is the pride and joy of
anyone who ever attended Munhall. Established in 1915, the lVIunhisko has grown
from a few copies for the first issue, till now the average number of copies per
issue is about 450. The paper has become an industry within an industry.
Those participating in it get invaluable journalistic training. The staff is coached
in the writing of the paper and the actual printing of it by Misses Ball and
Macbeth. A special office has been turned over to the staff where the students
write the paper, type it, cut the stencils, and Hnally print it and assemble it.
Those interested in drawing for the paper join the art staff and submit cover
pages and original cartoons.
The finished product is considered one of the best papers in this part of the
country. And now that you know all about itfherefs to a bigger and better
MLlHl1lSk0 for many years to come.
The YVoodlawn Herald, now in its third year of publication, has grown in
form and content until it is now a well-organized news magazine. The Herald
took second place in the state-wide contest for junior high school news-magazines.
Its circulation touches practically every family in the Vivoodlawn School.
The Herald is organized in four sections: Articles, which deal with school
problems and side-views, Student Activities, or news of the school, Literary,
and Special Feature, which concerns biographies, humor, contests, personals,
puzzles, and exchanges.
The Herald was edited this past year by Yirginia Rush, assisted by lietty
Jane Lloyd, Edith Iddon, and Elinor Sorg as special editors. Edith Iddon, was
business manager. Mr. Lloyd and Mr. Shannon were sponsors.
The Cafendar yr ffzeyear IQ38
at Mania!! Hzlgfz S6600! ....
This is the story gf ffzey mfs ac-
fz'fvz'fz'es in pz'c'fw'es and words.
Munhall's Calendar, I938
,Way 25, 1937
The Ulass of 1938 took control of things at
MUNHALL High School on this date. This came
about with the graduation of the Class of 1937.
What a gala event their graduation was!
A white stair-case against a black velour
curtain formed the setting for the commence-
ment. On the stair way was enacted the pageant,
f'Steps to Il Fuller Life," which emphasized the
ideals of health, faith in a Supreme Being, a
proper civic attitude, the right use of leisure, and
a useful and honorable Vocation. Colorful light-
ing and bright costumes enhanced the beauty of
Staff officers were selected.
Can you imagine! We had the first test of
the year. It was in German, and what a test.
lt must have been to see what we forgot during
Election of the officers for the classes.
Foo'1'BALLl First game with Etna, and We
tied them ti to G.
Home Room Programs had their beginning.
September lst 19.37
The first day of school. C'lean faces, new
clothes, and pleased expressions marked this day.
There were lost Freshmen, lost Xlioodlawn Juni-
ors, and Seniors who knew all about it.
Boy! lVe had our first day of vacation.
First home work was given to the classes.
Books were distributed. Schedules were adjusted.
The Senior Class had its first, nominations for
elections. National Honor Society and Annual
National Honor Society met and elected ofiicers.
First Assembly, with movies, was a good one.
Test from otiice. They found out what we
knew about "America"
Mr. VVherry talked to us in assembly.
September 25th. and 26th
VVhat a week end! MUNHALL wins over
Rankin ti to 0. lite changed our clocks and took
advantage of that one hour.
The first edition of the MUNn1sKo appeared
on the marketg so, we are off to bigger and better
papers. The German classes started practising
songs for Christmas singing.
The football squad attended assembly full
force. A pep meeting in preparation for the
Scott game was held.
What a night! Scott ran wild on lateral
passes. Oh, welll We decided to let them have
October Zml and 3111
Seniors were mugged at Leland's Studio. Mr.
Leland didnlt put numbers on them.
Munhall defeated Cllairton in a thrilling game.
Score was 7-3.
October 1 81511,
First major disaster, report cards were given
out. On this date, also, the Seniors were called
to try out for their annual Senior Play.
Another victory for MUNHALL by defeating
Seniors get together for their first dance of
the year. It ended at Murreyls Farm.
MUNHALL took it right on the nose. Swiss-
vale d1dn't seem to mind. The score was 25-0.
HI'IEADI'ID FOR EDEN!!
Students met and elected officers.
MUNHALL went down in defeat to a strong
Braddock Team, 28-0. First Northwest Assem-
blyg these assemblies are a gift to us from the
School Board in order that we may have the
benefit of a broader education.
Library Club comes through with the first
Tea Dance of the season. Oscar Barry's orches-
tra, composed of students from School, played
well. Nice crowd attended.
National Honor Society took in seven new
members from the class of 1938.
Had the second Northwestern Assembly.
Reno and Morgan didnlt mind losing the shirts
off their back as long as it was to a magician.
Students took the teachers, places in the
classes. VVonder if anybody learned anything?
Parents' niglitflYonder if they learned any-
Nozzcmber I Ith
Armistice ProgramfWhat an afternoon!
Our "Beat Homesteadsn were louder than they
were for years. Still they mauled TNIUNHALL.
Australian speaker was heard in assembly.
This was the third in a series of Northwestern
For the first time in three years, the Senior
Class of MUNIIALI. held their play in the Car-
negie Lihrary, The Production was entitled
Hllcrulczl For Erzfcnf' The plot revolving around
a murder mystery was solved hy the east who
also provided a humorous and romantic element.
Cast consisted of: B. Berger, B. Skerha, A. Smith,
H. Ritchie, D. tlerra, D. Quigley, Cf. Mitz, R.
Sharp, U. Prokopovitsh, D. Wagner, tl. Lang, J.
Flynn, li. King, H. French, T. hiorrison, J.
llvcckerle, I. Bytheway.
Norcnzbcr 2.4511 Io 2801.
Thinksgiving Vacations- llere we retired for
a few days so that we could he ahle to stutl' our-
selves. But not with knowledge! Many of us
on our return looked as if we had hcen through
N otzcmbcr 29511.
Return from Thanksgiving Vacation, Oh!
Plans for the Annual were one step nearer
completion. M1'. Leland took cluh pictures on
Bright spot in the middle of winter. lYe
liked the acting in the flower shop.
December 9th, IUU1, Iizfh
The All lVestern Orchestra this winter took
place in Carnegie liihrary with TXTUNHALL School
acting as host. One hundred and eighty four
high school musicians from forty-five Western
Pennsylvania High Schools appeared in the con-
cert. For two days the Musicians, picked from
schools of lVestern Pennsylvania, practiced under
the direction of nineteen guest conductors. At
each performance, nights of 10th and llth, a
ALI. WESTIQ RN
crowd of 1300 attended and greatly appreciated
the fme music. The TXIUNIIALL C'hoir of eighty-
five memhers, under hir. Toddls direction, sang,
accompanied hy the orchestra.
National llonor Society placed the Christmas
tree in the hall and decorated it.
llccellzber 1.4111 foul litll.
Christmas celebrations took place around the
Clhristmas Tree. There were German Clhristmas
songs sung hy Mr. Vl'alhertls classes, French
carols hy Bliss llaleyls French classes, and all the
old time C'hristmas carols hy other groups includ-
ing grade school children. ln the home rooms
and classes there were many entertainments,
exchange ot' gifts, and parties.
The Student Body moved to Varnegie Lihrary
and held a Clhristmas service. The program was
very effective and inductive of Christmas spirit.
There were two phases to the entertainment. We
had a visit to Toyland with a small girl where she
met the Crystal Lady, St. Nicholas, Jack Frost,
and many of the toys! The second phase of the
entertainment took on a religious nature. A
picture of the manger with Joseph and lVlary,
and the wise men in attendance took the central
portion of the stage. The choir, as angels,
appeared over snowhanks at the rear of the stage.
accompanied the choir in
Mr. Stone at the organ
heautiful hymns. The program ended with the
entire audience joining in hymns.
This was the last day hefore Christmas vaca-
tion. On this evening the Girl Reserves and
the Hi-Y hoys held a joint dance. The decora-
tions were appropriate for Christmas. All were
amused hy participation in the 'tBig Applef'
Vacation over! All settled back for the long
winter grind. On this date the annual committee
selected the cover to be used on the 1938 annual.
I3asketballfMelieespert at MtfN11ALLf First
Tongues wagged and ears stretched. News
broke that Miss Upton was now Mrs. .l. Vlyde
January I IH1
We lost one of our students. Betty Shade
moved to Philadelphia.
February 3rd and 4th
Both senior girls and boys aeted as hall cops
to finish up their week with a bang!
Juniors took over hall dutv.
February I ith
Etiquette Club held an open dance in the old
Home rooms had Valentine Day programs.
There were lots of heart exehanges among the
Track Team finally got their long yearned for
Graduation invitations ordered.
Juniors gave as their Junior Play 'tTl1al Girl
Patsyfl There was a eapacity crowd and the play
was enjoyed by all.
Last tea dance before Lent was held.
Seniors visited the XVestinghouse plant. As
souvenirs, they got notebooks describing the
plant and some of its functions.
illarch 30511. V
Annual sample eovers arrived. Approved by
the staff and semors.
A prfl lst
MUNll.NLIa beats Robinson 3-0. April Fool!
A prfl Sill
lt followed the seventh.
A prfl Zltlt
The Northwestern Assembly Program was
held. Bob llanseoni iinpersonated Characters
from the "Tale af Treo C1'Zfes,'t The Ili-Y and
Girl Reserves held lloly Week Services. Relig-
ious instruetors from various denominations were
A pri! 21st
Home lieonomies held a Tea Danee.
National llonor Soeiety held its initiation for
the first group from the class of ,39.
A pri! 35111
Mr. Quiek of the University of Pittsburgh
eame to interview seniors with respect to seholar-
A przfl 28111,
An exhibition was held for the Art, Shop and
Food Departments. The girls modeled many
sport clothes which made quite a favorable im-
pression on the audience. The boys made small
furniture and molded metal figures.
i 71 1 y
The Sophomores held a semi-open dance.
Music furnished by Oscar Barry1s orchestra. A
floor show was enjoyed by all and also refresh-
Junior and Senior Prom held at Webster llall.
Major Ul1I1GS1.l1l'1llSl'lCC1 the music. Caterers served
refreshments. MUNHALL did herself proud again.
The Athletes for the year 1937-1933 were
called to the stage of the auditorium. llere
they were awarded with letters for outstanding
activities. There were all types of letters given,
and the audience was enthusiastic in its applause.
Freshman held their first party. They all
turned out in their best clothes and bright clean
shining faces. As is the custom with Freshmen,
the boys stood around the edges of the gym try-
ing to muster courage to ask for a dance. In the
meantime the girls tried to amuse themselves by
dancing with eaeli other. Even at that, they
declared it was a good party.
.ll fly 18112
Senior exams started. lYorryl Wvorryl Tllorryl
VVe were all afraid of failing even at this late date.
More Senior exams. lX1ore worry! The later
they come, the worse they get.
lVhoopee! Today we have taken our last
exam which will ever be administered to us at
MUNHALL High School.
The day for final Senior Assembly. 1Ve have
looked forward to this day for four long years.
Only to arrive at the threshold with tears in our
eyes and a lump in our throat.
The services started with the procession of
Seniors to their seats. This was followed by
appropriate music. The presentation of Senior
awards consisted of gold M's, honor roll awards,
and medals. The president of the Senior Class
attached the 1938 link to MUNHALLTS silver
chain and presented it to the Junior Class Pres-
ident to be held and cherished by the class of
1939 until it would be eventually passed on to
The President of the class of 1938 presented
the President of School Board with a memorial
gift. lt was a stage curtain made of saluda
velour in a dark red color. The valance was
decorated with a gold monogrammed M. In the
left corner of the valance appeared the word
class while in the right corner was monogrammed
the figures 1938. The class was justly proud of
The assembly ended with the singing of MUN-
HALLTS Alma Mater and the recessional. The
underclassmen stood in reverent silence while the
Seniors departed from their last assembly.
,llflff 25111, 26111, 27111
The liliclwclzlsslxlvri niet thvir tvzrchors for thc-
lzist terrifying oxpvrionce of the your. Nxznns
Wuro not easy. With thoir completion most
vvvryonc' IT1OV0ll forwzxrml onv stop in his high
C'zLrn0gie lrihrzlry hocfuno thv sconce of tho
IQCSH C'oninivncvn14-nt. The- Svniors, clrossml in
thc-ir gray Caps nnml gowns, !lli1l'i'llOll in thc- pro-
cossional to :L front hlock of Saints whvro thvy took
thvir positions. With the opening of the curtarin,
the stinge was rovonlofl, hzmkocl with flowvrs,
ferns, and palms, :Lpgninst il lmlnvk vvlvot curtain
with rhinestonvs. Soatml on tho stage worn tho
principal spoakvrs and il group of seniors who
roprosvntcd various organizations of tho school.
'llhv invocation was givvn hy fl Illfxllllltxl' of tho
class Tho prvsirlentizll grlwrtiiig was than mloliver-
od. This was followc-cl lay Ill1lHlJ01'S in this order:
Mcvritzrl and lVlor:Ll Security.
Plvclgv of thx- Cllnss of '38
Prvsentntion of l1lIJl0II1ilS.
Our school czlrovr was brought to :L Close in
21 hilarious day spent :Lt Iionnywoocl Park.
SPORTS ARE NOT OVERLOOKICD AT MUN-
IIALL. IT IS 'IIHIC DESIRE OF OUR FAMILY TO
DICVIGLOP PHYSICALLY AS VVELL AS MICNTALLY.
XVII LIKE TIII5 FICICLING OF YVELL ISICING, THE
.'X'I"I'ITIfDE OF SPOIQTSMANSHIP AND TII IC ALERT-
NIIISS YVHICII SPORTS BRING ABOUT IN US.
FRONT Row: CLr'fl to Righli Conrad, Siess, Ferenez, Campbell, Beverage, Hess, Ashoff, Bunch and
SECOND Row: Kosko, Bell, Lucas, Ritchie, Vargo, Comorosky, Mc-Carter, Yasko, Devy, Knight,
THIRD Row: Manager Jones, Sharp, Trelfall, Rushe, Czajkowsky, Gemeinhari, Malone, Dudas,
Frena, XYilson, Cybator, Crow, Hornyak, Assistant Manager Duckworth.
August the 22nd saw Munhall in the midst of great activity. The team
boarded busses with such expressions as, "Oh boy! Sagamoren, "XYhoopee,,'
t'Get that lake ready, here we come."
On arrival at camp, they soon discovered it was not to be all fun and no work,
The boom of the cannon and the blare of the trumpet brought the pride of Mun-
hall issuing from cabin doors plenty early. VVith yawning and complaining, the
boys descended on the wash stands where the first scrimmage of the day always
took place. Soon the dining hall became the field of battle. Could those boys eat!
After breakfast, Berger, Beggs, Markowitz, and King had the habit of taking
things in hand and getting their own way about it. This always resulted in two
hours of hard and intensive practice on the field. These same boys repeated this
same routine after lunch. This happened day in and day out during their stay.
All was not work. Swimming was permitted three times a day. Boat riding
and games were permitted in the evening. At times, Twilight and Carmel broke
the monotony. Then on a special occasion, Walter Berger, dressed in a white
linen suit, should be counted upon to do a balancing act in a boat in the center of
Elk Creek. Glenn and Harry, too, came through with their share of the entertain-
ment. Lost in a fog in the center of a farmers field, these boys turned out to be a
problem to the coaches, but a joke for the crowd.
Munhall and Homestead Football Game
For the first time in many years Munhall was given an even chance of beating Home-
stead. The game was played before a huge crowd in ideal football weather. It looked
though Munhall was going to make good because the first time she got the ball she made
three consecutive first downs. However, the score was G to 0 in favor of Homestead
when the first half closed.
Both teams came out at the half with renewed spirits but Homestead scored again in
the third period on a long forward pass. The fourth period was played largely in mid-
field with Munhall trying desperately to cross the goal line. Munhall was on the short
end of the score when the game ended. The final score was 13 to 0. Munhall had little
to be ashamed of because it was a great fight and she out kicked and out scored Home-
stead in the first downs.
The Munhall football season started with an unfortunate event. The date September
the 11th had been reserved for a game with Vlfilnierding, to be played at VVilmerding.
The construction of their field was not complete and this caused the cancellation of the
Etna thus became the first test for the team. In this game, a big Etna team was tied
at the score 6 to 6. The Munhall team threatened the Etna goal many times during the
first period but did not score until the second period when Berger went around end for
the marker. Etna came back to score in the third period. Each team missed its point
after the touchdown.
The first victory of the year was gained over West Newton. Showing a good offense
in the first two periods, the Maroon and lVhite team were masters of the situation. A
pass from Ritchie to Frena brought the touchdown.
Munhall suffered the first defeat of the year when they met Scott. The Purple Raid-
ers showed too much power, and had too many reserves that one Friday night.
The Clairton game was the most evenly matched game of the season. Neither team
was able to score until the final quarter. lllith few minutes left to play, Clairton kicked
a field goal. With determination, Munhall marched down the field. Vargo then tossed
a forty yard pass to Frena, which resulted in a touchdown. Geminhart was successful
in kicking the field goal and the game ended in a hilarious uproar.
The Football Schedules
Munhall ....,......, . . .
Munhall ........... . . .
XRvTT111C1'ilTl1g . .
Etna. ...... .
VVest Newton ....
Braddock. . .
Clairton.. . .
Swissvalc.. . .
Duqucsnc. . .
Swissvulc.. . .
Clairton.. . . .
Braddock. . .
NVashin fton Tw 1. . . .
L. EVANS, M. LoNcaMoR14:, II. Iitlflcc, WlNTL:Rs'1'1c1N, R. VONRAID,
JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD
FIRST Row: CLf'fi in Rfghll Bllbfgilll,
SIQCUND Row: Kc-lly, Guiduk, Strung,
C. HAMMAN, CT. MlLLl:11i
' 1 1 Q 1, Q . 1 Q ' f
, f Z ' t
Fnoxi' Row: tlLrQ!'! to Ii'fgl.'tJ IDtU'kNYO1'lll, Baptio, Bt11'c'4'liso11, Ritc-liiv, li1'l'QQl'l', Cotlvr,
Sll'ilI1fQ, ltll'0H2l, hl2LIl2LQQl'l' Jonvs. "
SIQFUNIJ Row: Assistant C'o:ic'h Mxnrkowilx. lvlJllllSl'lfk, lJl4'1'lif'll, Dzivivs, D:x1'1'io, Mulorw
Williauns, Comorosky, Cfovwli liC1'gl'l'.
Nillllllilll haul :L successflil your in tho lizmlwoocl sport. hy winning tho nizijoritiy
ot' its gznnos. XVO also plzicvfl higher in tho Svction Six than in thc previous yezux
Much smfccss shoulcl he in storv next. your as Diorkc-11, Willianis, Dzlvios, 1311112011-
son, Strzing, llztptiv, ztntl some froslinivn will he inaliing hicls for the stzirting
Thr- most lIllO1'l'Sll11g'1Q gzuno of thc your was thv gaiiiv with lloinc-stczul on our
own court. The finail scorn was 27-23. Tho ganna was vory fast. It was MllIll12LlllS
passing :incl tlvfclisivv ability which nizulo hm' tho victor. lt was tho thirtl fllllit
in l'Ol11'fUi'I1 yt-airs that Munhall has hvutcn lloinostuzid.
Anothvr th1'ill01' was the last ganiv of tho your in which Munhzill was nosvrl
out 36-34. Munhzill holrl ai lozicl throughout the first three quz1rto1's hut, Scott,
finishccl fast in thc last qilzirtc-1' with 35 socontls lvft to go, when thvy szmli tht-
tlvcicling tieltl goal.
SECOND Row: CLQIY tn High!! Ellis, Mzxsvn
lm, DllllSllY'2igl', Maltiku, Bulzllu, IQOZII,
Kane, Slzlva, Connelly, Kohn, T. M.
FIIUWI' Row: Admnitz, Asl10lT, limos, Ulv
7 IVillii11slxl11'g. . .
10 Brzulflock.. . .
14 Swissvalo ....
17 Swissvale. . . .
28 B1'a.clcl0Ck. .... .
30 AVIIIQIIISIJIIIQI, . .
4 Melia-espmt. . .
7 Ilomvstezul ....
11 Scott.. ...... , .
14 Clairton .......
18 CIGIIIIUI llxtllolic.. . . .
21 IJUQIICSIIO .....
25 Brentwood.. . . .
28 Mclieespmt. . .
Central C':Ltl10lic'., . . .
4 IIOIIIOSIOZHI ,...
8 Elizabeth. . . , . .
15 IDUQIIUSIIO. . .
Clairlon. . . .
18 Brentwood.. . . .
22 bcotl.. ..... . .
M A l.0N1f:
A w il y
A w 21 y
A w 21 y
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A w ay
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A wa 5'
SFO li IC
Port Yue. , .
I IoIr1vs'rvzul .
Port Yuma . .
Swissvallo. . ,
flillllflllll. . . .
I lou1osl'vz1cl .
Swissvulo. . .
l"noNT Row: King, Hancllesman, Noel, 'l'ic-hon, Medley, Johnson, liytheway, Ord.
Slcczoivb Row: Miss Upton, Allmrelrh, Bzn'ry, Morg:in, lX'leDowell, Lewis, Cerra.
THIRD Row: llzivey, lllzlsiiivek, Durliaiin, Morgrin, liulzila.
Although the girls, basketball season was not entirely a successful one, it gave
the girls thircl place in the league. Miss Upton was forced to leave because of
illness and her place was eapably filled by Miss Markley who worked patiently
with the team. Those who played their last game for Munhall were: llelen
Medley, Helen Tielion, lcla Mae Bytlieway, Vivian Noel, Pearl Hancllesiiiziii,
Dot Johnson, Dorothy Uerra and Elizabeth Lewis. Although practically the
Whole first teain will be gone, there will still he inany girls left to carry on the fight
for first place in the league. At the close of the season the team had five victories
and five defeats.
Glrls Basketball T,H,,,,, ,IHC th
Glassport .... .. 1
Elizabeth ...... . .
E. Mclieesport ......
W. Newton .... , .
Elizabeth.. . . . . .
Glassport. ..... . .
E. Melieesport. .... . .
W. Newton ..... . .
Cathedral .... . .
Cathedral .... . .
New Kensington. . ,
East Pittsburgh.. . .
Munhall. ...... . .
Munhall. ........,. .
New Kensington.. .
East Pittsburgh.. . .
Munhall .... . . .
Munhall .... . . .
IL gn s va1s1 y wi owe ese
seniors this year. Ruth King, who
acted as manager, H. Medley, H.
Tichon, D. Johnson, I. M. Bythe-
way, V. Noel, P. Handlesrnan, D.
Cerra, and E. Lewis.
Miss Markley, posing with Ruth
King, is our efficient coach and has
been with us since Miss Upton
Pearl Handlesinan and Hazel
French are here by error. Their
picture should have been on the
honor page Where they should have
been given credit for faithful service
tO the class.
Volley Ball Team
FnoNT Row: tLefl to Righty Palyok
Janosko, Hollis, Rnshe, Burchcson
Volley Ball Team
As :L leisure time activity volley ball must he ranked near the top in any list
of games since it can be played by all age groups above the fifth grade. The absence
of the element of personal Contact in the game enhances its recreational value
and points toward the development of a high degree of individual and team skill
one of the major objectives of the game.
A W. P. 1. A. li. Yolley Ball League was fornied for the first time. Since
five of the regular players were juniors or sophomores and since the majority of
reserves were underclassmen, we are looking forward to a successful season again
Munhall was the winner of Section I1 in the NY. P. I. A. L., defeating teams
that had many more years of experience. They came out on top in every league
game, and the only team outside the league that defeated them was Coraopolis.
At the annual volleyball tournament at the Pitt Stadium, Munhall was second
totlielmest although they did not enter the finals. Coraopolis, the winner of the
tournament, defeated Nfunhall in the semi-final round. Prior to this round, our
team, in the Hrst round, defeated Burgettstown, one of the strongest teams in
the tournament, and Braddock in the quarter-final round. Much thanks and
credit goes to Mr. YVieland who devoted his time and effort in developing a
Manager, Iiado, Hutchinson, Gherigl
SECOND Row: Mr. NYM-land, Mieheles,
NICHJNID Row: Mr. Ruth-r, thc vorwlig
Cross Country Team
Howl' Row: tlwfl to lffgllly Dzmko-
Vitvh. lNIzirtm, Link.
Wzisko, Sauk. Yvrvli, fl0S?QI'0Vt',
ICVILIIS, lXI'lSttJf'lk, M:u1z1g.54-l'.
Cross Country Team
The Mllllhilll Vross Country Tvzuii had 21 modorzttoly successful svasou this
year. With little matorial with which to huild up :L good tC2Llll, Air. liuttvr, thv
voavli, did his lwst. Although thv few hoys who trivd out for tho te-:mi wc-rv hy
no moans first class I'L1IlIl0I'S, thvy had plenty ot' Spirit :uid fight.
The season hogzui for Mllllllllll with at two :md it quartz-r milf- rzicv at ltlvzms
Pity in which six tozuns werv OIltfCI'0tl. The nc-xt two mvets wort' czuicc-lc-d lJOC2LllSO
of tho great distance from Munliall. Munhull ran :xt lirentwood in at rain which
inado the truck trecliorous :md slippery. The W. P. I. A. Ii. :uid thc- P. I. A. A.
raicos followcd in tho nvxt two wot-ks. 'llhvre was strviiuous trziilliugg in order to
C'Z1pl.l1I'0 :lt lvzist at fc-w medals whic-h wore givvn to tho first ttxll wiunc-rs. In thv
NV. P. l. A. li. Dick Cfosgrovv, the valptziin of tho tvzim, got at modal. Pmut in thv
P. l. A. A. we Wore lt-ss f0I'fl1I12Lltt'. 'Pho host that wo could do was at twvlfth place
1 v , '. , .
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lflvaus City. .
lil't'IltXVOOtl. , .
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t':m1ln'idpgv Springs .... Novviulwr 15
Scwlienlvy Park. . . Novi-nilwr Ztlfl' l VXA
1"l111N'1' Row: QL1Ql'l L12 Highly R111111wsky, W1:ck01'10, Y0s011111y, M11tl01'111, 1i121111vy.
SIAICOND Row: :x11'X3I1110l', 11o1'1111k, 1i1'C1OI', C1111011, C'11t101', S11'1111g, E1111i0, IX1111CI'1'I1,
Mr. 11111-10I', f:0!LC1l.
'TNIIIRD Row: Asl1111, S11111o11ik, Nagy, .Xsi1111, .1o110s, Iiimpp, PlIQ:11, M1111:1g01'.
Dup1i1:11ti11gg 1l110iI' p01'fo1'111z1111:0s 11s i11 D1'CV1Ol1S y0111's, lL11110llQQ11 with 11 11i1'1'01'0111
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112LS 1011 11111 1011111 t111'11ugh 1111111y vi1f1111'i1es. T110 211111 111' th0 1.011111 is to 11111110 SOCC01'
one 111' tho most pOIJu1iL1' sports i11 1V1l11111iL11. Wi111 th0 0X1'0p'1i1111 111' C7o11.01', 1310111-
CII, 1i111111vy, 1'11111i0, 111111 Mi1101'1-11, 1111: 1.011111 is p1'11cti1:1111y IIOXV 111111 C1111Ch 111111.01
is w011 p1011s011 with th0 boys 111111 0xpec'1s Q lmrighi' s011s1111 110Xl1 YOZLI' with 1110 c11p-
11l111e 1'11s111'ves. I11 the past., 1NI1111h1111 10111113 11:1v0 2Lt1'2L1Il011 11 11111110 for t110111s1z1V12s
i11 this 0111 Sport, 111111 this y0111',s 1011111 Slll'0 has 110pt up 1111- 11111111 work.
SOCCER SQUAD SPRING W.P.I.A.L.
G0111 M111on11 M111'ch I8 1V1111l1l1I11 ,..3 xV111i1I1S1Jll1'Q. .
RB. W'11erc1'4B11z1ty " 22 M1111111111 .... 2 Mt. 1101111111111.
LB. Konavy--31011111111111 '1 25 1111111111111 .... 0 SIlOWl10l1 Twp.
R.A.B. TD113Tk1FH7M1111?F6D April 1 M1111111111 .,,,. 111,1bi11so11 Twp
C.1'1.B. S'1.I'H.Hg71i001CI' H 8 N11111111111 ,... C'111'1111po1is. . , .
L.11.B. 1Vi1SOI14R0f1OWS1iy 1' 13 1111111111111 , . , S1111w11011 Twp.
0.11. HOI'r1y211i- 13GT'3i0I'f 111111011 ' 22 Ml1Il1lZL11 , . . 111111i11s1111 Twp
1.11. E11I1iG"-MfJf1G1'2LI11 1 29 311111111111 , , , 1'111'1111p111is. . . .
1.11. V11se11111y-A111x1111111e1' FA LI'
0.11. D2lVi0SfD1H1l'i2lfAS1l0U 1111111111111 ...... 2 ,'X110g111011y V111'111i1111a1.
MllI1hiL11 ,..... 2 S111111ysi110 A1:11110111y. .
Again the rifle team is possessor ot the National Uhalnpionship Title after a
series of matches shot during' the first and second semesters. The honor means
more this year since there were 160 teams competing --30 more than last year.
As a result of winning these lnatehes, they have added three cups to their already
The second team also competed in the second semester matches, and made an
excellent record for their first year ot shooting. Next year there will he plenty
of rivalry between the first and second tealns. And since the first team will lose
only one member by graduation next June, it looks as if Mnnhall will he on top
FIRST TEAM SCORES 1937-1938
FRoNT Row: tLfj't lo Riglatb Mr. Charleton,
Barchfield, Harr, Miss Markey, Slille,
Wherry, Skyrines, Mr. Wilson.
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right, Ladie, llowat, Rowell, llunker,
Sharp, Reich, McGuire, Lloyd, Flrric-
son, lVilkinson, Mitz.
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