Munhall High School - Munhisko Yearbook (Munhall, PA)

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1941 MUNHISKO ASSISTANT EUITUR ANN HARR BUSINESS MANAGER RUBERT PIIST ir i' 'Ir ir 'Ar ir ir ir if 'k i' if ir ir ir EDITOR ...... LUGILLE MURGAN X-W 2'- Preparedness For LIFE The schools have provided us with an un derstanding of the nature of the world in which we live and with the basic skills and knowledge needed in a complex economic world Our knowledge of economic problems will enable us to select our vocation wisely and develop it to the best advantage The school has helped to give us the background for these duties and opportunities through the and in other ways We have learned to practice the art of socrabilrty true friendliness and helpfulness in our homes in the school and in all our associations. God Bless 'ft' u u sf' ' ' f fl . l . . ' , K G - nr r X . .. lk X U 'y r social studies, through vocational education, u ' l K . ' r r . Q X . I . I . X I I I lk , fl' X I l 1 1 1 l l l Ke. DNESS Preparedness For COUNTRY We have garned a knowledge of the Con strtutron of the Unrted States and of the Bull of Rrghts We have followed the course of crvrl llbertres throughout our hlstory and learned of the dangers to those llbertres We have been taught to safeguard against these evrls whrch threaten our democracy Through study and practlce we have ac quured a knowledge of democracy and of the prrvllege of American crtlzenshrp which has given us a greater appreciation of our coun try We have become devoted to the American way of Irfe America u ! 3 ol 1941 We are thankful that there ns stall hope an the world and that we have the opportunuty to defend that hope We luve In a period of chaos It IS true but also an a perlod of adventure We regret that there as not as much secur :ty rn the world or even rn our own country as there has been an the past but who are strong and competent and publnc spmted wall prepare themselves to act worthnly nn one of the most dramatic periods of hnstory These are days which call for great leaders and an lntellngent patrsotac rank and fnle Whnle hatmg the destructuon whlch ns gomg on about us we should ruse to the occasuon to do our danly work better to perform our dutnes more worthaly out of the present chaos may come a better world. It will come if all those 'ki' MUNHALL HIGH SCHOOL 'ki' D E D IC ATE D TO PREPAREDNESS We seldom realize that we are ever living for a tomorrow Preparedness does not apply only to war and defense We in America are not aware of all that our schooling has given us The preparedness taught in school has a more significant meaning By investigating further we would see that lack of preparedness is the basis of all world crises Youth of today is being prepared to face the world with all its social and econ omic problems not to face an army rushing forward with evil and destruction We have entered upon one of the most decisive years of in many parts of the world a year which will carry a threat to civilization itself in many lands lt will be a year of decision for the United States and no one can tell all that the year may have in store for our country We know that these are uncertain times anxious times But they are also times of high adventure when history is being made lf we act wisely all time. lt will be a tragic year, a year of suffering and grief we may despute the dangers start upward to better thlnas and to a more secure lute We should reallze that democracy us threatened and we should determine to do our part toward maklng at secure Each Amerlcan young or old should gave more tnme than he has ever glven to publac affaurs to the study of publac prob lems Each cntlzen has a responszbulsty to bear Each one must be prepared to make sacrlfrces for the publsc good Each must struve to act sanely and wlsely as a cntuzen We have an nm portant part to play ln saving democracy Even though we come safely through the present storms there will be a long pernod of crlsns durlng vvhlch we wall struggle wuth problems of poverty unemployment publvc debt and other grave Issues Democracy wnll be trned as never before durnng the years that we are actuve cntnzens There ns as great need for us to traln wnth determunatlon for these hard duties as there us tor young men IU the Army camps trannlng to defend the natlon We are prepared We shall pursue happmess for ourselves and strlve to establnsh condutuons under which happnness and opportunuty may be hopefully pursued by everyone rn the home school communnty ln our country and In the world ir ir 'A' ir ir 1+ f ADMINISTRATION If ti' The Admlnlstratnon are the leaders nn our Preparedness Program Wnthout these lead ers we would lust be struggling along ln the dark Our teachers show us the way to go help :ng whenever they are able The superlntend ent and prmcnpals act os leaders for the teach poses Progress never was made wlthout some one leading and never wlll be This applies to school as well as to natlonal government ir . . . t t ers, so that their efforts won't be at cross pur- G N i' as f +1 'lr e ar 0 ik 'K qk i' ' ik ir i' ir X' i if K' 9 CURTIS A ARTMAN DAVIDJ DIXON JOHN G GARLAND FRED W EVANS JOHN A HICKEY ELEANOR E EDMUNDSON G. FRED SIMMEN EARLE O LIGGITT Superlntendent of Munhall Public Schools MESSAGE EARLE O LIGGITT ln tne Preambe t h s the bn ted States .-e frrd these oblectrves o p cyl e ur t D cumm cj ten e r prfrn te the genera vyefare and to secure the bless rng of Irberty to ourselves and l poster ty Qhortly after the fall of France rn the Summer o I9-l we n America rec nz that we must prepore t defend Ourselves wth oll the In struments of mudern wcrfare Our country rs ln the mlcst of a defense program to protect our fryrlrzat rn At the present tlme rn the hrstory of our beloved country t lS lmperatrye that the man n tne street the wcrnan n e the scho beccme acutey aware of tne demucratrc values whrch the natuon plans to defend All crtlzcns must be prepared to oct vyrsely un questl ns affectlng the general welfare and to thunk c early on both forerar- and rlomestlc Issues PREPAREDNESS thcn Includes an educatxonal prrgram for the mobrlrzatnon of the rntellrgence of all cltr ens tar the snutrun Jf the pr blcms vthuch test the very foundatnons of democratlc gove nments A lfnawledge of the true mcanrng of democracy as one of the keys rn the defense of the Amer can way of Irfe To knowledge we must add a strong and endurunq farth rn the ldea s of democracy Moy the cass of l94l not only be prepared to defend the prrncuples for wh ch Amerrca stands but be prepared to promote the general welfare and secure the bessrngs of lrberty by bulldsng anew through democratrc procedures when the present war has endet and peace hos agaln been restored throughout the world - .- I ' - Q t 2 Cir-.t Tut gn gt ' , ry -, ' , "T rod t' h, e for 2-2 3 s 3 F- L E , - ' L tr - r Q ., 3 , ' f ' C, 1 , l ed u s - o . ' - f l 4 homes, our pcssesslons, and our . fs A -- , t J + ' , , t th home, and the youth in - o' J " r ' '. f . , A F 5 , , ze " r' n f 1 Q ' ' A ' l I l ' v Y Eg- k 1 J 7 Sk I . MAX W WHERRY Pruncupal of Munhall Hugh School Senuors you must look for ward after graduatuon to a ward un a great peruod of change The news of the world keeps us posted hourly We can scarcely escape the rhythm of marchung feet the roar af planes and tanks the crash of shells and bombs and all the nouses of war Whule you pre pare yourselves for the war of tomorrow you can form no clear pucture of what that world wull be luke The ruse of phulosophues hos tule to our conceptuon of free dom and unduvudual rughts and the attempt to extend these phulosophues umperul the con tunuance of our way of lufe For fwelye yeofs of your School Ilfe the pruncuples of our country s found upholdung these pruncuples may you have great success may you buuld for a greater freedom and a sense of securuty furmer than any we have ever known and above all may you be God fearung and God servung HOMER BEGGS Pruncupal ol Woodlawn .lunuor Hugh School I , I , , I l ers for a democratic way has been held before you. May you never waver in , . . I 2 . 1 I I ' - . MISS ALBERT MISS BERGER MISS BILLINGSLEY MISS BOLLINGER MR. BRAND MISS BRIGGS MR. BUSCI-I MR. CHARLTON MISS COSGROVE MISS COX MR. CROSS MISS FREDEHCK MISS DALY MRS. GRAY MR, ELKINS MISS GROAT MISS FORREST .MISS I-IICKEY MR. FRANTZ MRS. I-IILL MISS HOWAT MR HYATT MISS JONES MISS KELTZ MR LACKO MISS LACKO VIII LLOYD MISS MARKEY MISS MACBETI-I MR MCCARTHY MI? NOROSKI AJR 'M OSTEF W2 RAMSEY -ul WSS RISHEEEKGEC MISS RLSH vi SHANNON SI-IISSLER STER EN: TODD TRIMBLE MR WALBERT MISS WIDDOWSON MISS WILHELM MR, WILSON MR WEAVER MR, WIELAND MISS WILLIAMS MR, ZINGLE MISS WELSI-I P7 MISS MOSBACI-IER MISS PFEIFFER MR, WOODSIDE MR, DOYLE, MR, TURNER MR, PRICE, MR. DAVIES MR. RILEY. t SENIORS It i' Th seniors represent the hnlshed product of o.:r Preparedness Program They have rece ved the full course prescr bei they have be n taught prlnclples of democracy and have been shown the way ahead un thus complucated society of ours Sensors realize that hugh school as truly the preparation ln all ways for thenr after school llfe All of them have udeas as to thelr vacahan all have formed lute long frnendshlps among themselves They have been prepared If t "i'x'A 5".:. 11' li' qk 'k ,K 'k 'k 'k 'V if ir ir it if ,K 'lr 17 SENIOR OFFICERS Presldent WILLIAM CARR Vnce Presldent MARTHA MEI-ILFERBER Secretary Treasurer GAIL SIVITS Advlsor MR MCCARTI-IY Stop and thunk Haven t we had an lnterestlng class? Remember how we held our furst class meetmg and even un the mudst of the awe at actually benng allowed to orgamze we couldn t decude on our nomnnatuons and the fun we had at the Freshue party the boys tryung to learn to dance and the poor gurls toes sufferlng Suddenly we were Sophomores I-low grown up we felt when we saw the Freshles Could we ever have been so green? As usual our class meetmgs were rather hectrc but that only showed our class had some spurut When the class held a I-Iallowe en party spooks witches and all the flxln s were there even to a gypsy fortune teller Then when Sprung came we began to look forward to being punsors Really we were perfectly able to be Sensors but nt was the rule of the school that we had to be Junnors flrst Then believe It or not we were Junuors Woodlawners were not such any longer We were all Munhallntes at last And being lunnors wasnt bad We 91 9' Vx ' v x X. XX. X . . L ' I , I 1 - f-1 I I I I I , ' I I , . , I were a whole year older than those slllx sopho mores One of the greatest successes of the SCHIOI' year was the Junlor Dance I0 the Glrl s Gym Then ame the second semester when the R Junrors took over the hall posts and were al esume lowed tc leave classes early to go on dutt The Prom and then that nlght of the 4 fn mencement when we were really senlcrs at Munhall l-lfgh One of the grandest feellngs un the world rs when vou return to school the furst day ot your s nlor year You feel as though you own the world and wonder why such things as freshues ever exust ln October and Novem b r the sensor play cast rose wnth the sun and panned the owls at naght untul the evenung or the fnrst performance The auditorium crowded to capacuty both nnghts wlth several hundred benng turned away Frnday evennng Soon after Sweethearts the senlor season really got under way Award assembly annuals Senlor Sermon funal exams pucnuc and then fommencement on June 3 l94l at West Fueld The Class of l94l washes to extend a most snncere and hearty thank you to Mr McCarthy who has been our gulde through these last four years l-le has been most helpful In leadung our class IH every thrng from provldrng ladders to decorate the gym for the Freshle party and plannnng the year book tc selling name cards and settung up the commencement garden scene The success of the class of 4l can be attrnbuted wholly to the excellent lead ershlp and advice of Mr McCarthy and agann a most suncere thank you for everythlng ' u 1 1 f X. N' , 11 11 ., ' 1 yl , , f, . u CO. - 1 1 , 1 Q S 1 11 - 11 - Q . . V 1 . . . , . 4 . . . 11 11 11 - 11 ' - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 tgp , , 1 - 1 11 11 - - 11 11 , . . . . . ,, ,, Adamitz, Richard "Ducky" Tall . . , blond . . 4 nice . . . al' vdyS with Guest and Hartley . . . a rabid soorts tan . . . participates in baseball, football, and basketball . . . Wants to get a good iob Anawalt, Kenneth "Ken" Courteous . , , trlendly . . . iitterbug . . , Pep Club .. . Junior and Sen- ior plays , . . assemblies . , . as- pires to be a womens hair stylist Arntield, Charles "Chuck" Curly top . . . pleasant , . . enioys hunting and other sports . . , toot- ball tan . . ,baseball . . . to be a machinist Badolato, Leo "Bungie" Friendly . . . unruly hair . . , well liked . , . likes athletics . . . mem- ber of the Varsity football team . . , collects match tops . . . one of the "Park" Gang . . . will be an engineer Balsinger, Dolores "Dody" Blonde . . . blue eyes . . , lively , . , likes a good time , . , plays the trombone . . . stamp collector . . , member ot the Girl Reserves . Band and Orchestra and Choir . to be a secretary lk . x .J-'t!',,4.,,f .rg-0.fvvw4CQJ Banyos, Dolores " ebby" Maiorette , blonde . . attracf tive 4 . , likes dancing and bowling . Girl Reserves . Senior Play . Hall Cop . . Band . , .Choir . , Ooeretta , , Hasnt decided on her future Barrett, Ann "Ann" Small . triendly , . euicien' tybist . . , enioys basketball . . collects snapshots , . Hall Cop . . would like to be a nurse f'-'Al 1 ll Altova, Jean --- Adgfetlde hdif . tal'a"ve . . bis i ketball ta' . saves so,-e"'s Hal! COD GA" Pesgwgg College C ..b Debate C .C to be fi 'urse Andrews, Rita "Ritz" Brnette, giggles . basketba' Payer , . . fond ot reading , likes niany sports , Hobby Cieb . to be a teacher Ashuft, Joseph "Joe" Tall . , . quiet . . wellebuilt . . , loats with Bob . , . likes athletics . . especially boxing . , . repairs old motors . . . Senior German play . . hopes to become a mechanical engineer Bain, Clarence "Herr" Curly hair . . . Quiet . . , nice . . . football . . . soccer . , . skating . , , hunting interests him , . . to be an engineer Bangor, Sara "Duchess" ,Iltverbug , . , knack tor ioernalisrv , , . could live or ice-skates . . . likes roller-skating and dancing , . collects old bracelets . . . to be a 'Grade A typist Barchtald, Mildreri "Millie" R-'dneac . vivacfoes and witty enioys toovon' and basvetbam keeps a scfapbcck Senior Play . GV' Resewes . one ct tt'-1 cheer eaders 'C be fi set 'envy Besmark, William "Bill" Dark -vavv ha" "ed," D,"J . , depeocabe . member 5' 're basue'oa'l 'earn . was KCC ba! and "-s': 'ss' 'y:'s' a-n.a' s'a't ns i'nn"I:n 'S 'Q be .J sezretaw Biggs, William "BiII" Tall and slim . . . sleepy . , . quiet . . unassuming . , . etlicient . . , likes to skate and swim . , . Publi: Speaking Club . , . his luture is rf- tne air Bonner, Eileen Freckles . . . pleasant , , . depend- able . . . Hall Cop . , . Public Speaking Club . . . Girl Reserves . , . Toppers . . . Annual Stait . . . Dramatics . . . plays basketball, vol- leyball . . enioys swimming and drawing , . to be a iournalist or do secretarial work Brotherton, Robert "Bob" Tall . , , catching smile . . s lots ol fun , . . ladies' man , . , member ot the volleyball tcarn . . . enioys all sports . . . docs wood work . . . to be an engineer Bryon, Jennie "Boobie" Black Hair , . . tall , . . beautiiul eyes . . . dainty , . . friendly . . . enioys basketball, mushball, tennis , . . her ambition is to be someone's secretary Burke, Rosemary "Rosie" , Small . . . always busy . . . Girl Reserves , . . Dramgtjg Club . . . Choir . . . Junior y , . .Munhisko Editor-in-Chief , . Vice Ptesicent Red Cros Debate Club , . . Student uncil . . . hopes to be tive f tall Calhoun, Rosalie Blonde and charming . , , fond of drawing . . , good in athletics . . . College Club . , . Hall Cop . . . Home Room Representative . . . in- tends to be a surgeon Carr, William "Bill" Blond . , . short , , . popular . . stamp collector , . . Hall Cop . , . Annual . . . Senior Play . . . Red Cross . . . Hi-Y , . . Student Coun' cil , . . Class President tour terms . . . President of Hi-Y . . . will be a success Bodner, Margaret "Peggy" Makes triends easily . . , giggles . 'ond ot swimming, basketpa , volleyball . ., ice-skates and car-ces , . collects souvenirs . . . Red C'css . . to be a beautician Bost, Paul "Punt" Nice hair . . . popular , . , plays soccer . . enjoys hunting and oth- er sports . . , member of the Baci-- elor Club . . . smooth dancer . . . trom Pleasant Hills , . . to be a metallurgist Brutus, Dorothy "Dat" Brown haired , . , always smiling and talking , . . participated in basket, ball. volleyball, and rnushball . . . Girl Reserves . , . hopes to become a secretary Bugel, Pauline "Polly" Pleasant . . . timid , . . enioys dancing, skating, and tennis , . . stamp collector. . . her ambition is to be a secretary Butko, Andrew "Billy" Quiet , . . nice . . . blond hair , .. enioys basketball, roller skating and swimming . . . painting is her pas- time . . . to be a mechanic Cari, Virginia "Ginny" Brunette . . . tiny and cheerful . . . tond ot roller skating . . , collects "Munhisko's' Homes Economics , , . Girl Reserves . . , Red Cross , , , Assemblies . , . aims to do social work Carrick, Yvonne Small . . . dainty , . . plays clarinet , . , enioys basketball and volleyball . . . collects pictures . . , Girl Re' serves . . . council member . . . to be a secretary Churry, Florence "Flo" Tall , . . lull ot lun . . enioys bas- ketball and volleyball , , . harmon- ica player , , . Hall Cop . . . wants to be a secretary Czajkoski, Dorothy "Dot" Dark haired . , . shining eyes . . triendly . . . iovial . , . tond of bowling , . . basketball and volley- ball tan . . member ol the Girl Reserves . . . to be a secretary Dean, Willis "Pussy" Light haired , . . lriendly . . . blushes . . . enioys football and gall . . . collects autographs and sports pictures . , . operetta . . . will be an archeologist Devey, Sallie "Sal" D Friendly nature . . . drives a car . . enioys basketball and volleyball . . . has a movie scrapbook . . . will be a secretary ouglas, Betty "Bets" Friendly , , . neat appearing , . . camera fan . . . enioys basketball . . , Home Economic Club . . , Girl Reserves . . . Camera Club , . . home room president and secretary- treasurer . . . to be a secretary Durst, Robert "Dunny" E Nice eyes . , . wavy hair . . , con- genial nature , , , a true lan ol tootball. basketball and baseball . . . all spare moments are taken up with electrical work , , to be a me' chanical engineer rleba, Gexa "Gaze" Tall . , easy going . A . triendly nature . , . member ot the volleyball team . . . Carnegie Library Club , , , Red Cross Representative . . . Hall Cop Captain . . . sole ambi' tion is to be a mechanical engineer Connelly, James "Chumps" Dark curly hair . . . nice eyes . . well-liked . . . likes to participate in sports . . . football, basketball. soccer . , . his ambition is to be an aviation mechanic y., , J' sf 4, A Lff' Cfyz, Mathrlda Tillie Cheerful , . small . . , likes to have lun , . , tond of dancing and roller skating . . . Girl Reserves . . . to be a secretary Debiak, Bernard "Brun" Good natured . . . trouble maker . . . enioys football and basketball . , . airplane models and painting are his hobbies . . . to be an aviator Donahue, Grace "Gracie" Very pleasant, small but lively , . eniays basketball and volleyball . . plays the violin and piano , . . Orchestra . . . intends to be a comptometrist Ducar, Mary "Cookie" Pleasing personality . . 4 attractive . . . iitterbug . . . enjoys dancing and swimming . . , participates in basketball and volleyball . . . Mun- hisko statt . . . efficient typist . . . intends to be a beautician Elek, Irene "Irene" Dark hair . . . nice teeth . , . pleasant . . , Home Economic Club . . . Library Club . , . Assembly . . participates in volleyball and basketball games . , . collects pho- tographs ot Dionnes . . a future secretary Fedorka, Frank "Feathers" Dark haired , , quiet . . . blushes . . . drives a car . . . tond ot taotball, hunting, dancing, and bowl- ing . . . prints and paints tor a hobby . . . a future aviator Fetters, Charles "Chuck" Curly hair , , . popular. . . drives a car . . , likes to keep the girls guessing . . . a football, baseball. and basketball fan . . . belongs to the School Band . . , collects re- cordings . , , to be an engineer Fitzgibbons, John "Gubby" Tall . . , quiet . . . goes for sports in a big way . . . member of a Basketball Club and Hartland Five . . . plays golf and football . . , will be a machinist Fox, Dail "Doe" Very tall . . . dark curly hair with a silver streak . . . pleasing person- ality , . , talented musician . , . music is his hobby . . . also pipe collecting . , . an interest in avia- tion . , . looks to music for his career Gehring, Catherine "Kay" Blonde . . . friendly . . . wears glasses . . . likes basketball, volley- ball. and mushball , . , collects pic- tures . . . her ambition is to be a secretary Gerhold, George "Toot" Enioys a good time . , . drives a Ca' , . . very fond of dates . . . en- ioys football and ice-skating . . . member of the De Molay . . . col- lects recordings as a hobby . , . is set on becoming an aviator Gottschling, Freda "Fritzie" Tall . . . slender . . . plays basket- ball , . . all sports interest her . . . dar-ces . . . Hall Cop . . . Girl Re- serves . . . to be a secretary J' J, 'Z LL .f- Grosik, Catherine X "Kate" Happy-go-lucky . . . talkative . . . says what she thinks . . . fond of roller skating and basketball . , , Library Club . . . assemblies . . wants a steady position Fitzgibbons, John "Chuck" Short . . , veryef'liCier1t . . . shy , . . Hall Cop . , , plays football and soccer , . . spends his leisure tin-e building airplane models . . . hotles to be an aviator Fleming, Robert Tall , . . wears glasses . liked . . . a personality own , . . plays soccer , . starnps . . . Stage Guild nsudn . . well' all of his . collects . . . Hi-Y . . . Dramatic Club Junior and Senior Plays . . . operettas . . . as' semblies . . . to be an engineer Gazdag, Russell nRuSsu Straightforward . . . likeable . . is always seen in a red sweater , . , drives a car with an Ohio license plate , . , belongs to the Hi'Y and College Club . . . a member of the band and orchestra . . . hobby is his trumpet . . . a future dentist Gemeinhart, Dorothy "Dottie" Pleasant.. . likes to talk . , , mem- ber of the Senior Girl Reserves and Home Economics Club . . . fond of collecting pictures . . to be a secretary el ' 1 mf i P n l yt' Gio y, Anne "Annette" r jlgrunette . . . lively . . is always seen with Marge . . . member of the Girl Reserves , . . Home Eco- nomics Club . . . Collects movie stars' photographs for a hobby . . . hopes to be a secretary Grindle, Elaine "Lainie" Blonde . . . good natured Pres ident of the Library Club . . . Dramatics . . , Girl Reserves . . . Choir . . . Operetta . . Senior Play . , . Assemblies . . . enioys hunting and fishing . , to be a doctor Grossett, Jack "Gross" Curly hair . . . fun-loving . . . al- ways in for a good time . . . foot- ball and basketball fan , . . also rnushball and soccer . . . member of the Hi-Y . . . his ambition is to be a petroleum engineer Cuba, ary "Meme" Dark haired . . lriendly . . en, ioys baseball. basketball and hockey , , spends tter leisure time reading . a luture nurse Guest, Robert "Scotty" Friend y and considerate . . . drives a car . . . plays golt . . . enioys roller skating . , . football and bas- ketball tan . . . an ardent stamp collector . . wants to soar in the clcuds as an aviator Gustafson, Florence "Flo" Cheerful and obliging . . . goes roller skating every Friday . . . Sen' ior Play . , . Home Economics Club . . . Girl Reserves . . . Annual Statt member . . , Dramatic Club . . . Assemblies . . . collects pennants . . , wants to be a comptorneter operator Gyurisin, Ann "Ann" Always smiling , . . well-liked by a'I . . . member of the Girl Reserves . . , Red Cross . . . hobby is col- lecting movie stars' pictures . . hopes to be a private secretary Haddad, Isabelle "Izz" Beautiful black hair . . . member ot the choir and Girl Reserves , . , tond ot volleyball and basketball , . . enjoys ice skating . . . Home room representative . . . Library represen- tative , . , Played in "Night Must Fall" . . . Her ambition is to be a secretary Harr, Ann "Ann" Short . , dependable . , talkative Rifle team . . Red Cross . . . Hall Cop . . Assemblies , . Plays basketball . . Assistant editor ot annual . . collects stamps as a hobby , wants to be a kinder- garten tea. her Hendrickson, Eugene "Swede" Nice personality we eliked smog-rt cancer, dashes about in a new CQ lcmbia . . likes all soqrts , member ot the HifY , Jarijor pzav , . to be an airplane me- chanic in the army Guest, George "Guesty" Tall . , carefree . , . likes to chew qu' , . plays goll , . , enioys role ler skating , , football and basket' bal' 'an . . . wants to soar in the clouds as ar' aviator . , . likes tc make model planes as a hobby Gustafson, Evelyn "Gussie" Short , , reliable . . . . is a Hall Cop ot the Girl Reserves . . a basketball . . wears glasses . . . a member . . , Red Cross tan . . Vice' president at home room . . . collects souvenirs , to be a nurse Guydosh, Marjorie nMargerr Friendly , . . brunette . . . is al- ways found selling tickets . . . be- longs to the Home . . , Red Cross .. ing and reading . secretary Haddad, Henry Black curly hair . . . is a Boy Scout . . . . . . basketball . . lX' Economics Club . fond at danc- . will be a ul rr ZZ very peppy . . , enioys volleyball table tennis X.. 1 xgj - K U H lfblko, Margaret Marg Peppy . . , loves to chatter , . . Member ot the Girl Reserves . basketball and lootball tan . . . collects pictures in her leisure time . . . wants to be a secretary Harvey, John "Harvey" Black haired , . . easy going . . 'oads ot tun , . , iovial , a tootball and basketball lan , , as- pires to be successful Hlasnicck, Edward "Cuddy" Tal' , . curly Pair , M..-mall s football ner: goes 'or athletics ir- a Dig way plavs on the bas' netbal 'earr , . his aim is tO roarrs the halls be an engineer Hlasnicek, Florence "Flo" Good nalured . . . nice to everyone . . , :lays a clarinet . , . drives a car . . , Hall Cop . , . Red Cross Representative . . . Home Economics Club , , . Assemblies . . . Girls Varsity Basketball team . . , enioys listening to musi: , , . wants to be a chemist Holian, Regina "Jeana" Srnall , . , peppy . . . writcs bazlr- hand . . . member ofthe Choir . . , ardent lan of volleyball and basket- ball , . . her hobby is collecting pictures . . . hopes to be a secretary Hava nec, Margaret "Speaks" Blonde . . lot of fun , , . lilccs hamburgers, . . reads misterics . . . participates in basketball, rnushba'l, and volleyball , , , lilies to roller s':ate , . . Girl Reserves . . , Home Economics Club . , . would like to be a government agent Howden, Lorraine Blonde hair , . . pleasant , . . a quiet manner . . . sews a great deal . . . Hall Cop . . . Girl Reserves . . , Library Club . . . will take dic- tation Hruska, Mary "Pears" Quiet but efficient . . . iitterbug . . . spare time goes ta printing and dancing . . . enioys all sports . . . drives a car . . . a future book' keeper Irwin, Lloyd "Buck" Darlr wavy hair . . . pleasant , . . plays basketball . . . is a sport ene thusiast , . , drives a car . . . smooth dancer . . . member ofthe Jr. Hi-Y . . . will be a mechanic lano, Helen "Ciggy" Slim . , . obliging . . . efficient typ- ist , , , blonde . . . friendly , . . roller skates . . . enioys basketball, bowling, and baseball . . . collects stamps and coins . . . Annual staff , . . designs dresses . , . aims to take dictation Hafmeister, Jean ' Tall, dark haired . . , very tond ol basketball and other sports . . . he' hobby is collecting pictures , . hopes to be a secretary Horvath, Mary Quiet . . . brunette . , , likes to tease . . . enioys dancing and skat- ing . . . plays basketball . . , Home Economics Club . . . Girl Reserves . , .Class play . . , to be a beau' tician Howat, Jean "Howat" Charming personality . . . talented pianist , . . Student Council . . . Girl Reserves . . . Senior Play . , student coach in Junior Play , , , Pep Club . . . President ot Red Cross . . . pianist for the operetta . , . undecided as to her career ix y , X ll, Phyllis "Phyl" ark hairad lass . . . winning smile . . . collects theatre stubs . . , Sen- ior Play . . . Hall Cop . . . Secre- tary of Girl Reserves , . . Student Council . . , College Club . , . Math Club . . . Drives '34 Ford . . . will take the secretarial course at Westminster Hutchinson, George Cheerful disposition . , . courteous . , . reads in his leisure time . . , Hall Cop . . . Hi-Y . . . Annual Staff . . . Junior and Senior Plays . . . Stage Guild . . . Assistant Manager of Volleyball team . . will be an electrician Jacobs, Tam "Nuts" Dark hair and eyes . . . medium build . . . fun-loving . . , athletically inclined . . . basketball . , . softball . . , baseball . . . volleyball . . . builds airplane models . . . wants to be an aviator Jenkner, Olive "Jenin" Popular rnaiorette. . , long hair. . nice build . . . collects pictures . . saves pennies , . . Hall Cop , College Club . . . Girl Reserves , . . Student Council . . . hopes to be an air hostess S , Seniors Preparedness Program Fellowship is perhaps the most important bene- fit to be gotten during the high school years when personality is be- ing developed. The Sensor play grves those students who are talented rn dramatrcs an opportunlty to comblne thelr talents and put on a professronal produc tion All Sensors vvlth a Z5 average are elnglble for ha duty during the second semester of thelr Januar year and the trrst semester of thelr Sensor year All .lk The Juniors ond Sen- iors join together to spon- sor o most successful Eosfer Donce. Mnlhe Borchfeld ond Flo Gustafson help the Sensor Closs moneybog by sellnng condy eoch noontlme The Annual represents on octnvuty nn whuch every Sensor ploys on Import ont port Johnson, Samuel "Sam" Blond , . . shy . peal to him . . . . all sports ap- . colletcs stamps . . builds model airplanes . . , lost without a toothpick in his mouth . . . his luture is in the air Jones, Ray Hspeedn Tall , . . slim enioys a good time . . , likes to argue , . . many sports interest him , . . drives a car . . . member of the band tour years . . . assemblies . . . aims to be a me- chanic Juba, Mike "Scratch" Dark hair and eyes . . . short at stature . . , friendly . . . polite . . . interested in sports . . . collects photos , . , his aspiration is to be an aviator Kane, Arnold "Butch" A true gentleman . . . musically minded . . . plays a trumpet in the band , . . drives a car . . . mem- ber ol the Hi-Y . . . College Club . . . Band and Orchestra . , . Choir . , . Operetta . leader ot a name Kelly, James . . aspires to be band nGrun1pu Eccentric personality . . , likes a good discussion . . . baseball, foot- ball lan . . . enjoys chess . , . hockey , , . has a collection ol rocks and bugs . . . will become a pilot in the Army Air Corps Kohon, Ray Blond . . . small motor scooter . Munhall I and 2 "Shakespeare" . . . drives a red . sport tan . . . Drum Corps . . . collects old coins , , , will do office work Kohut, Margaret "Marge" Pleasant . . . thrills to dancing . . . ice skating , . . Hall Cop . . . Ll- brary Club . , . Girl Reserves . . . Home Economics Club . , . basket- ball manager . . . Secretary ol Jun' ior home room . . . will be a sec- retary John, William "Burgess" Dark hair . , freckles , . neat appearance . . lriendly . . likes to sing and drive his car . , . merri- ber ol the Choir . , French Club . . , Operetta , . hopes to be a doctor Jordan, Sonia "Sunny" I Q ,y .. . , A'way5 smiling . , . likes to talk , . v enioys basketball and volleyball . land ot bowling and dancing . . member ol the Girl Reserves . . intends to do clerical work Kalvin, Emma "Em" Sweet and pretty . . . plays basket- ball and volleyball . . . dances. . . collects snapshots . . , neat appear- ance . . . Member of the Home Eco- nomics Club . . , will design dresses Karch, Wilhelmina "Willie" Friendly . . . talkative . , . likes singing and reading . . , Junior Red Cross . . . Girl Reserves . . . Choir . . . "H,M.S. Pinalore" Operetta . . . "Sweethearts" . . . intends to wear a "White Cap" X Kennedy, Robert "Bob" Blond hair . , , pleasant , . . drives a blue Packard , . . sport enthusiast , . . Hi-Y . . .College Club . . . Hall Cop . . Student Council , . hopes to be a chemist Kohn, Herbert' "Herb" Dark haired . , . active in sports . . . 1 'drives a Plymouth . . . Varsity bas- ketball . . lootball manager , , . photography and chemistry are his hobbies . . Colley Club . . Hi-Y . . . Hall Cop , . Annual Statt .. will be a metallurgist f ,A N., if ,f kdliraft, Elsie Pert and pEDDv . . blonde hair . . . a.ways happy . . plays basket' ball enioys volleyball and other sports , Library Representative . . , intends to keep books - ,4 u sf' ,JJ 1 Lacko, Martha "Lack" I Likes a good time . . . laughing eyes . . . popular , . , leading lady of Junior Play . . . Senior Play . , . Hall Cop . . . College Club . . . Student Council . . . President of Girl Reserves , . , Vice-president of Sophomore class . . . will attend Westminster Layman, Wesley "Wes" Blond . . . blue eyes . . . tall s.en- der . . rabid sports lan . . . an- other car driver . . . member of the Camera Club . . . Math Club . . . wants to ioin the army Leskanic, Agnes HAS., Brown hair . . . wears glasses . . . good typist . . .handy with a needle . . . SEWS a lot . . . likes to read and listen to the radio , . . will be a seamstress Link, Violet "Vi" Friendly miss . . , energetic . . . chews gum . , . keen mind . . , likes bowling . . . dancing , . , driving . . . Hall Cop . . . College Club . , . Girl Reserves , . . Library Club . , . Assemblies . . . Pep Club 4 . . always seen with Faye , . , hopes to become a teacher Lucas, Irene "Lukey" Talkative , . . always laughing . , . dimples . . . enioys football and basketball . . . collects handker- chiefs . . . Girl Reserves . . . Cam- era Club . . . a future seamstress Lyden, Catherine "Kaidee" Happy-go-lucky . . . likes a good time , . . basketball . . , collects pictures . . . Girl Reserves . . . Hall Cop . . . interested in a business CBYEQY Mansell, Robert "Bob" Quiet . . . serious , . . alert . . . nice disposition . . . likes volleyball and wood carving . . . another drive er.,.HallCop...aimsto bea mechanic or a secretary ln A Langan, Thomas "Murph" Courteous and friendly . . , mis- chievous lad . . sport enthusiast . . . College Club , . , Hi-Y . , . works in the Super Market . . . will be a rr-echanlc HDOU Leppla, Doris Brunette , . . lively . . . member of the Rifle team , . . Hall Cop . . . Biology Club . , .College Club . , . Senior Girl Reserves . . . aspires to be a laboratory technician ffvsj i ,-f0WffJ Lesko, Dorothy "Dot" Happy . . . always laughing . , chews gum . . enioys bicycling. . , rol'er skating , , , took part in bas- ketball and volleyball . . , to be a beautician Lucas, Edward "Luke" Good natured . . . swell build . . , drives a car . . , enioys football , . . soccer . . . basketball . . . keeps a sport album , . , Hi-Y and Annual Staff . . , hopes to be a news com- rnentator . 1 . ,, ., -LJ 1 Lycoe, Virginia "Tootie" Lovely smile . . . popular. . . drives a car . . . reads . . , Math Club ..,PepClub...HallCop,.. President of Junior Girl Reserves . . . wears a Hi-Y pin . . . will make a good secretary Manns, Kenneth "Abner" Blond hair . . , short of stature . . seldom heard from , . . polite . . . likes basketball or any other sport , . . drives a car . . . travels, too , . . likes to work , . . to be a mechanic Mansell, Thomas "Bf:hop" Cos-scicntious . , . remarkable voice . . . Hall Cop . . . College Club . . Dramatic Club . . , Stage Guild , . . Senior Play . . . President ol Junior Red Cross . . . state champ in declamations . . . his future lies either in dramatics or ministry Marshall, Sumner nsudn Tall . , . quiet . , . polite , . friendly , , , sunny smile . . en ioys skiing and ice skating , , . also driving his "black Dodge . . hasn't decided on his future Massie, Helen ,,HeIen.r Small , . petite . . . dimple . V. likes to skate and chew gum . . Girl Reserves . . . Business U na- ger of Munhisko , . . Horne Eco- nomics . . . Hall Cop . Play , , . aims to be a McCafferty, Ronald Tall . . . friendly . , baseball are favorites playing swing on his sax . . Senior secretary "Peck" golf and . . also ...Hi-Y Masenko, John "Turtle" Quiet and gentlemanly , , A avoids girls , , well-liked . . . works hard . . . particularly at football and soccer . . . collects photo- graphs, stamps, and coins , , Merit Parade . , hopes to be a sport or a news commentator Maszle, Joe "Blackie" Black hair . . always late . . . soccer and football are favorites . , . good athlete . . . likes bas- ketball, boxing and wrestling . . . builds airplane models for a hobby . . . drives a car , . . a future mechanic McDonnell, Mary "Mary" Small , . . dainty . . , ice skating is her favorite pastime . , . Hall Cop . , . Fashion Show , . , to be . , . Senior class play , . . Band . . . Woodlawn Dramatic Club . . . Treasurer of Senior Hi-Y , . . hopes to be a swing band leader McGill, Cecelia "Cealy" Slim . , , talkative , . . likes ten- nis, dancing and swimming . . . designs dresses in her leisure , . . a rnaiorette , . . Hall Cop . . . Assemblies , . . Tops . . , Girl Re- serves . . . Art Editor . . . hopes to design dresses Mehlrerber, Martha "Mart" Natural wavy hair . . . honor stu- dent . . . clever , . . Willr - - - knits and sews . . . Student Coun- cil . . , College Club . . . Red Cross . . . Tops , . . "Herald" . . . Hall Cop Captain . , , Sen- ior Vice-President . . . to be a teacher Miller, Clara Always smiling . likes sports , . , plays the piano . . Math Club . College Club . . Mun- hisko . , Girl Reserves , hopes to be an interior decorator Mitz, Catherine "Kay" Friendly smile , . honor student . . . member of Rifle Team . . enioys swimming and tennis , . . Girl Reserves , , College Club . . . Annual Staff . . Senior Play . . , Hall Cop . . Choir . . . Orchestra , . . operetta , , hopes to be a pathologist a secretary is her ambition McShane, George "Mickey" Man-about-town . . . enioys argu- ing . . . lively interest in dancing and dating , . . Hi-Y . . , Student Council . . . Hall Cop . . . Jr. and Sr, plays . . . Tops . . . Secretary of Latin Club . . . Annual Staff . . , to be a mortician Metcalfe, Loretta Sweet and friendly . . . pretty . . . tall . . . slender . . plays basket- ball . . , mushball . . badminton . . . enioys dancing and swimming . . a future nurse Milliren, Grace "Grace" Black hair small , . peppy . . . enioys basketball and volley- ball . making rugs is a pastime . . Band librarian . . . plays a clarinet in the band . . . to be a secretary or a gym teacher 1 4 Morgan, Lucille "Lulu" Popular , , honor student . . . efficiency personified . , . Merit Parade . . will graduate at six- teen . . , President Debate Club , Vice-President Student Couns cil . . Girl Reserves . . . Hall Cop Captain . . , Annual Editor . . . Munhisko Feature Editor . to be a doctor Morgan, Gene "Red" Polite and pleasant . . . easy going . . . short ol stature , . . printing is his hobby . , .ardent football lan . . aims to be a printing executive Moyto, Agnes "Aggie" Blonde , . , pleasant smile . . . en- ioys a good time . . , collects pic- tures and novelty pins . . , member ol the Girl Reserves . . . will be a secretary Nagy, Helen "Nags" Small . , . makes friends easily , . . collects souvenirs . , . likes to dance and bowl , , , member ol the Home Economics Club . , . Pep Club . . . Hobby Club . . . would like to be a salesgirl in a large department store Nelson, Naomi "Swede" Blonde , , . new hair style every week . . . roller skating and swim- ming are her delight . . , collects poems . . . will take dictation Noroski, Thomas "Zeke" Blond hair , , . likes to have a good time . . . enioys all sports . . . has a hobby ol making puppets , . . drives a car . . . would like to be an aviator Novotny, John "John" Short . . . dark curly hair . . . ec' centric personality . . . likes to are que . . . easy-going , . . football and basketball interest him . . . has ambitions to be a secretary O'Brien, John "Irish" Curly brown hair . . . Alwas loafing at the Cozy Corner . . . likes to paint . . . Hi'Y , . . Junior Varsity football . , . intends to work in an office Morgan, Mildred "Millie" Smal' . . . active . . , sport tar . . . member ol the Math Club . . Munhisko . . . Red Cross Rep- resentative . . . collects souvenirs , , 4 will design dresses Mrasik, Joseph Wings" Pleasinq personality , , . good friend . . . lively interest in football and swimming . , . collects airplane pic- tures . . . builds models . . . in- tends to be an airplane mechanic Nahay, George Friendly . . . clever . . . neat dress er . , , sport enthusiast . . . mem' ber of the Chess team , . . Vice' president of the Chess Club in '39, President in '40 . . . stamp collector . . . will be an engineer Niles, Doris "Maize" Blonde . . . dimples . . . neatness plus . . . likes volleyball . . . mem- ber of the Girl Reserves , . . Library Club . . . Hall Cop . . . Senior Play . . . Red Cross Representative ,. .to be a buyer Novak, Margaret "Marge" Blonde . , ,talkative . . . enioys all sports . . . collects souvenirs . . . member of the Choir , . . aspires to be a secretary Dbbagy, Louis "Muscles" Tall . . . blond curly hair , , . likes to play records and sing in the bathtub . . , plays trumpet , . . enioys basketball and other sports , . . "Munhisko" , . . Band . . . Orchestra . , . to be a mechanic 0'Leary, Violet "Vi" Very friendly , . . slim . . , an able cheerleader . . . participated in bas' ketball . , . volleyball . . . Girl Re- serves . . , Library Club . . . Home Economics . . . College Club . . . Student Council . . . Senior Play . . . will design dresses l ' ' , , 'B O'Molle1, Willinm "Reg" Black curly hair . , , medium build . , . good looking , . bashful . , t:.i ds airplane models but too' ball a'd volleyball come ii st with him Trig student , r-li Y 'c be an engineer Oross, Steve "Flash" Blond wavy hair . . . always talking . enioys volleyball and chess , Vice-president of the Chess Club . Assemblies . spends his leisure time building airplane models drives a car . . , will be an aviator 0'Toole, Ruth "Ruth" Pleasinq personality , . . quiet and obligir-g . , . likes basketball and volleyball . , . spends her spare time knitting , . . Hall Cop . . . Hobby Club . . a future secretary Parkinson, Howard "Pete" Dark hair and eyes , . . enthusiastic fan of soccer and volleyball . , . listens to radio and draws cartoons in his leisure . . . chemistry whiz .. . Hall Cop.. .Junior Hi-Y . . , aims to be an electrical engineer ff"'04'.. .1 1- swag rl Patterson, Agnes "Nookie" Friendly . . . one of the rnaiorettes . . . enioys basketball and bowling . , . member ot the rifle team . , . Girl Reserves ...' 'Munhiskow . . Dramatic Club . , . College Club . . . Junior Class Play . . , hopes to be a 'aboratory technician Pfeiffer, Hettie P Dark wavy hair . . , pleasant . travels a lot . , College Club . Senior Play . . Hall Cop , Woodlawn Tops . . Herald , her ambition is vo be a nurse oole, Cyrus "Cy" Poouiar , . M,nhall s dashing rome: ror'an'ic lead in the :lass plays , sociable en th.siastic sports fan , Stagg Glild Dramatics . lead in botr operettas . . will seek a musical Career Ondo, Emma "Em" Blonde . , chatty . . . likes tc make friends . . . enioys volleyball and basketball , . . collects sou' venirs . . member of Girl Reserves . Annual Staff . . 4 Fashion Show hopes to be a beautician O'T Ann "Sis" Friendly . . . medium height . . gabby . . . always seen with her sis- ter, Marie . . , collects photographs . . . Pep Club . . Math Club . Girl Reserves . , , to be a beauty operator t. Palsa, Helen 1 it Lenin" Tall . . . dark iair, ?td,lyes , . . iovial . . . bqgketbhlj dd volleyball are favorites . . . lytits and writes letters in her leisure , . . member of Girl Reserves . . , to be a pri- vate secertary is her ambition Pastor, Dorothy "Dot" Blonde hair . . . pleasing personality . , . always busy , . , efficient . , . loves to dance and skate , . . Biol- ogy Club . . , Hobby Club . , . Hall Cop . . . Junior Red Cross . . . Head typist for Annual . . . Pep Club . . , will make a fine secretary Povucsko, Agnes "Agg" Brown hair , . . courteous . . , likes to ioke . , . all sports interest her . . collects baseball pictures . . . Hall Cop . . . Pep Club . . . As- semblies . . will do office work J fun! K 4-oLo44,v' Pitassi, George "Spud" Dark hair , , . strong build Always chewing on a matchstick soccer . . . volleyball . . collects stamps in his spare time . . tc be a mechanic is his ambition Popovich, Albert "Skip" Blond . . short , . quiet nature , builds models and collects coins another driver . . . member ot the Chess Club , . . hopes to be an aviator or mechanic Post, Bob "Postie" Self-assured . . , blond wavy hair . . . likes swimming, skating and horseback riding . . . Stage Guild . , . Business Manager of Annua' , . . Vice-prcsdent of Hi-Y . , College Club , , . Golf and rifle team member . . . to study ceramic engineering Rodaci, Mary "Mar" Dark hair , . . slim . . , talkative , . . enioys volleyball and basket- ball . . , collects letters for a hob- by . . . "Munhisko" representative and typist . . . aims to be a secre- tary Ripper, Stephen "Rip" Medium build . . . blond . . . rather quiet . . . goes for volleyball and basketball , . , models airplanes . . . collects stamps . , . Hall Cop , . Tops . . , Home Room officer . . . will ioin the Air Corps If -- ,I .yf r - 1 ' Ld Rusnak, Bernadette "Bernfe" i Dark hair and eyes . . , very pleas- ant . , . baseball is her hobby . , . Home Economics Club . . . Hall Cop . . , Junior Girl Peserves , , 4 Math Club . . . Pep Club . . . as pires to be a secretary Sams, Sta-rley "Smiles" Dark hair and eyes , . . tall and s,im . , . cheerful and obliging . . . never seen without a smile , . . one of the Hall Cops . . . to be an aviator 1 - - 0 r f"J" .J 2 YK-vrnj , Schick, Marshall "Mutts" Blond hair . . . tall . . . friendly . . , likes football , . . soccer . . . softball . . , to be a future Forest Ranger Schoup, Marie "Pee Wee" , Petite brunette . . . nice eyes . , , lovely complexion . . . sews in her spare time . . . basketball and volleyball enthusiast . . . Hall Cop . . . Home Economics , . . interior decorating is her ambition Quin, Irene "Quinnie" Auburn hair . . . freckles , . , lovely smile , . . sews and collects pictures . . , Girl Reserves . , , Red Cross . . . Home Economics . . , Library Club . . , Assemblies , . . another secretary in the making 4 'uf' 4 Rinyik, Anna "Ann" r Tall . , . friendly , , , likes basket- rf VV' I ball, volleyball . , . enioys dancing . . . skating and reading . . . sport clothes . . . Hall Cop . , . Dramatic Club . . . hopes to become a model il 1 "j i4 if . ,, . . ,, r Rowse, Edwinna Winnie Natural wavy hair . . . brown eyes . . . likes to skate . . . transferred from Conneautville High School . . . likes basketball and volleyball . , . stamp collector , , . Home Eco' nomics Club . . . hopes to be a secretary Sams, Sadie "Sade" Slim . . . dark complexion . . . "Dark eyes" . . , amicable . . . keeps a scrapbook of movie stars' pictures . . . Girl Reserves , . , Hall Cop . . . Red Cross . . . Biol' ogy Club , , . hopes to be a dress designer Scraff, Alma "Shorty" Short . . . talkative . . . enioys a good laugh . . . likes basketball . . . volleyball . 4 . bowling . . . dancing ... Hall Cop.. . hopes to be a secretary Schirra, Martha "Schirra" Brown hair and eyes . . . popular . . . likes basketball . . . Hall Cop . . . Girl Reserves . . . College Club . . Student Council . . . Choir . . . Junior and Senior Plays . . . Her ambition is to be a nurse K, J! " S afer, clarion "cliff" Tall , . . blond hair . . . likeable . . . likes wood working and working in a greenhouse . . . drives a Ford . ,, hunts and fishes. . . Hi-Y . . . College Club . . , will study botany 5h0'P, Dale "Dale" Tall , . brunerle . . . likeable . . . inreres? in baskefball and volleyball . , . member of the rifle learn , Hall Cop . , . Girl Reserves . , . Secrerary of Sfudenf Council . . . Choir . . , Band . . . would like lc be a privafe secrefary ,W K, I ipe, Alberto "Bed" Sher' . , , blonde . . . likes lo laugh . , , baskelball and baseball lan . . . seen al Forbes Field col' lecling aufographs . . . College Club . . . Malh Club . . . Home Econom ics . . , Public Speaking Club . , , Pep Club . . . anolher business woman Siorto, Anne "Ann" Small . . , pelile . . . modes? and shy . . . nice lo everyone . , . Wai always seen going lo Room bl . . . painling pholographs is her hobby .., Hall Cop . . , will make a fine secrelary Sivifs, .lone "Swede" Pleasing personalily . . . prankish . . . lols of lun . . . has a weakness lor baskelball and The color green ...HallCop...RedCross... Home Economics , . . Sludenl Coun- cil . . . Tops . . . Girl Reserves . . . Home Room represenlafive . , fo be a gym leacher Slava, George "Highpockefs" Blond gianl . . , all-around alhlere . . . baskelball , . . volleyball . . . swimming . . . baseball pilcher , . . collecls sporl piclures keeps lab on All-Americans . . . hopes lo be a mefallurgisf SNYNI, Elmo "5miNie" Brunefle . , . nice hair . , concen lrales on a good time . , sporl enfhusiasl . , inlerclass basketball . . . parlicipafed in assemblies . , a future secrerary of social worker 5079, Mary Barbara "Red" A 'all slafely redhead , , a mem ber of vhe Biology Club . . , Library Club , , . Choir . . . Seldom misses her aim while shoofing lor the Rilte Tearr' , . . -anvs fo be a nurse Sharp, Bob "Bob" B'C"l Cl-"lY half - - . good looking . . . reserved . . . collects slamps and drives a car , . . member ol We Hi-Y . . , fo be an engineer Shissler, Martha Blonde . . . lively . . . popular . . . drives a car . . . sporl enlhusiasf . . . Dramalic Club . . . Girl Re- serves . . . College Club . . . Ane nual , . . Hall Cop . . . Sludenl Council . . . Jr. and Sr, Play , , . Norlh Forensic League . . . lo be a dielician Sivits, Gail "GG" Lovely complexion . . . allraclive . . . laughing eyes . . . inferesled in baskelball and volleyball . . . col' lecls pictures . . . Hall Cop . . . Woodlawn Tops . , . Girl Reserves . . . Class Treasurer four years , . , inlends fo design hals Slave, Elaine "Blondie" Decidedly blonde . . . iolly . . likes lo painl and design homes . . College Club . . . Red Cross . . . Pep Club . , . Camera Club . . . Baskelball . . . received an arl award , . . lo be an inferior deco- ra'or . ,,!' .1 N A yo , 1 -lg ' Smudansky, Bernard "B" Tall , . . falkalive . . . a lease . . . likes loolball and baskelball . . . baseball games . . . builds model railroads . . . never wears a lie lo school , . . ambillon is fo be an engineer f-, f 4' Viiorg, Evelyn "Ebbie" Slim and lrim . . . popular . , . en- ioys baskefball and volleyball . , . Ha'l Cop . . . Girl Reserves , , . Sludenl Council . , , Colleqe Club "Munhisko" . , Woodlawn Tops . Presidenl of Lalin Club . . . Fealure Edilor ol Herald . . will design dresses l L' ,J L Ae Slrang, Lois ' A "Lo" Blue-eyed brunelle . . . lull ol ambi- iion . . baskefballl volleyball lan . , . Girl Reserves . , . Mafh Club , . Peo Club . . . Sfudenl Council , . . Hall Cop . . hopes fo become a language leacher Strong, Robert "Bob" Happy-go-lucky , , . member ol the Hi-Y , . . Biology Club . . . participated in Junior Varsity foot- ball . , , drives a car , , . he likes rv-any sports . . . his ambition is to be an office worker Stuftle, Elizabeth "Betty" A brown-haired miss , , . fond ot basketball, ice skating , . . tennis . . . bowling . , . sketches for a hobby . . . is working hard to be- come a teacher Sullivan, Mary Louise "Mary Louise" A tiny laughing lass , A . very pleas- ing personality . , . a true basket- ball fan . , . likes to dance . . . is a Hall Cop . . . a basketball fan . . . a member of the Home Economics Club , . . hopes to be a secretary Thiel, Ann "Anne" Happy-go-lucky . . , carefree . . . enioys outdoor sports . . . has a hobby of collecting snapshots , . . often seen driving a car . , . wants to be a successful secretary , . ui Thomas, Thelma "TheIma" Tall . . . studious . . , pleasing personality , . . transferred from Clairton High School , . . collects souvenirs . . . member of the "Mun- hisko" . . . College Club , , , a future nurse Tinol, Mortho "Tiny" Small , , , petite . . . blonde hair . . . hazel eyes . . , friendly nature . . . likes to swim and dance . . . football fan . . . would like to do office work Urban, Dorothy "Dottie" Blonde . , . pleasant . . . music lover , . , Hall Cop . , . Student Council . . . Literary Editor of An- nual . . . Secretary of Girl Reserves . , . President of Math Club . . . Junior Vice-President . . . Library Representative . . , hopes to enter the business world and be inde- pendent Strutt, Hazei "Sophie" Tall , , , valuable member of the Choir , . . favors badminton and bicycling . . spends her leisure time at shutfleboard . operetta . . , future lies in her voice Sukaly, Margaret "Marge" Tal , friendly , , a smiling blonde . . . fond of basketball and volleyball . . . drives a car A , collects pictures for a hobby . , . her ambition is to become a nurse A Taylor, Josephine "Jo" Tiny . . . wellvliked . , . smiling member of the Home Economics Club . . . Band , . . Fond of basketball and bowiing . . goes to Florida for a dark tan . , , hobby is painting . . . to be a designer Theis, Marie "Marie" Blonde . . . quiet lass . . . honor student . . , enioys football and swimming . . . collects interesting pictures . . . Hall Cop . , . mem- ber of the Home Economics Club . . . aims to be a stenographer Timms, William "Bill" Freckles . . . likes a good time . . . individualist , , . short ot stature . , . drives a car . . . member of the Hi-Y . . . likes basketball . . . swimming . . . undecided as to his future Tomsin, Helen "Helen"- Tall . . . black-haired . . . nice smile , , , Munhisko typist . . enioys reading . , . never misses a basketball or football game , . . Hall Cop , . . participated in an assembly program . , . to be d dietician Vasko, Joseph "Joe" Well-liked . . . curly hair . , . one of Munhall's foremost football play- erg I , , played on the football and soccer teams all four years . . . likes painting . . . aiming to be an aviator or a football coach .- ,I . I I J fv V'aytk ances A "Fran" Atlery peppy and cheerful A . . Hall Cop , . . active member of the Home Economics Club . . . fond ot bowling . , . collects photo' graphs . . hopes to be a stenoq' rapher Walker, Bernadette "Bernie" Tall , . smiling brunette , . . active member of the Math Club . , . College Club . , . 'Munhisko . . Girl Reserves . . . loves to skate . , . enioys dancing . . . expects to enter the field of re- search work as a chemist Wallace, Richard "Dick" A tall. husky senior . . . vert friendly and iolly . . . Hi-Y , . Annual Statt . . . participated in the Senior Play . . . President ol the Junior Hi-Y , , , Sports Editor of the Herald , . . and of the Annual , . , to be a iournalist Walters, Mary Katherine 'Kay" A cheerful smiling senior , . . fine sense of humor . . , the eyes have "it" . . . Girl Reserves . . . "Mun- hisko" . . . Math Club . . . Choir , , . operetta . . . skates in her leisure time . . , her ambition is to be a secretary . l x -X' I - Y ., . ,, Watson, Marie ' Marie Friendly lass . . . always telling iokexlh i , Girl Reserves . . . Cal- l 6 Club . , . Junior and Senior Pla . . , Library Club . . , Carn- era Club . . , Hall Cop . . . her lambition is to be a laboratory technician i Whatling, Rheda "Rhetta" Very lively and talkative , an active member of the Home Eco nomics Club . , , Girl Reserves , , Library Club . , , Choir . interested in basketball and bowl irq her aim is to be a suc risstul housewife Wilson, Daniel "Spin" Tall . . s'im . . easy-going , brown eyes and curly hair . . . tond of soccer and other athletics , trig student . . quiet . , aims to soar thru the air as an aviator I Wagner, James "Bumps" Short . . active . . always grinning . played on the inter mural basketball team , a true baseball fan , if wishes come true, he will be a famous baseball player Wallace, Dorothy "Dot" Tiny tcatures . . nice personality . . lively . , , always in for a good time , . . football enthusiast . , . Girl Reserve , , Vice-Presi dent of Freshman and Sophomore Class , . , Junior play . . . secref tarial work or interior decorating is her ambition Walsh, Ruth "Ruthie" Always has a friendly smile for everyone . . . Girl Reserves . . . Math Club . . . Hobby Club . Woodlawn Tops . . . Hall Cop . . . likes to watch a football game, but prefers bowling . . . plays the piano . , . to be a private sec retary Watson, Frank "Red" Tall . . , fun-loving . . active member of the Hi-Y . . , Camera Club . . , participated in the bas- ketball and softball games , , , collects stamps tor a hobby . , . hopes to be an electrical engineer Watts, William "Bill" Towering stature . . . friendly na ture , , . enioys smoking a pipe , . . belongs to the College Club . . , Public Speaking Club . . . a crack shot on the Rifle Team . . . his ambition is to be an aviator Williams, Eleanor "Eleanor" Blonde hair blue eyes , basketball and volleyball fan also tennis . . travels and swims to be a secretary and travel is her ambition Worton, Hazel "Hagel" Short and iolly senior , a mem ber of the Hobby Club Red Cross participated in assem blies , , enicys playing basket ball . , collects photographs for a hobby . . someday hopes to be a secretaw Wright, Robert "Beans" Tall . . . alert . . . studious , . . enioys a game of soccer , . . builds airplanes models for a hobby , . , is someday going to be an en- gineer Younkins, Edward "Ed" Wavy hair . . . brown eyes . . . tall . . . slim . . . happy-go-lucky , , , enthusiastic football fan . , . has a weakness Zapf, Lioba "Lub" Curly hair , . . friendly . , . likes to have fun . . . and friends . . . enioys volleyball , . . goes for rollerskafing and dancing in a big way . . . hopes to be a singer Zogran, Leonard "Len" A very energetic and alert young man . . . active member of the Woodlawn Herald . . . Hall Cop . . . often seen roller skating . . . will some day be a successful elec- trical engineer Bickler, Anna Marie "Bick" Friendly . , . timid . , . efficient typist . . . enioys roller-skating, swimming, football, tennis . . . ath- letically inclined . . . to be a secretary Graham, Mae "Moxie" Small , . , friendly , . . enioys playing basketball , . . a member of the Choir , . . she collects pho- tographs . . . her ambition is to be a secretary Hollis Milton "Red" Always talking . . . enioys volley- ball and soccer . . . models air- planes , . . member of volleyball squad . . . drives a car . . . to be a mechanic Matis, Albert "Al" Blond . . . likeable . . . Polite . . . friendly . . . drives a car . . . building with wood is a favorite pastime of his . . . Woodlawn "Herald" . . . Choir . . . inter- mural league . . . would like to be an aviator or a mechanic Yango, Mildred "Minnie" A quiet little blonde , . . pleasant smile . . . belongs to the Home Economics Club . , . fond of danc- ing and roller skating , , , is ai- ways seen with Theresa . . her ambition is to be a nurse Kzgnos, Sylvia "Sit" jgeppy . . . dark-haired , , . talk 've . . , member of the Girl Re- rves . . . Camera Club . . . College Club . . , likes basketball . . . prefers ice skating above all other sports . . . would like to be a law,-er Zenchu, Agnes "Agnes" Blonde . . . slim . . . sociable . . . knack for iournalism . . . li'1rs many sports . , , Literary Editor of Munhisko . . , Hall Cop . , , Red Cross . . . Math Club , . . Camera Club ..,, Annual .... A ssernblies . . , looks to iournalism for a career Zogran, Stanley "Stan" A tall smiling Hall Cop . . . easy going . . . Leonard is his twin . . . he is fond of roller-skating which is his favorite pastime . . . his ambi- tion is to be a mechanical engineer Dunsavage, Robert "Dunny" Tall . , , his heart is in football . . . enioys basketball and soccer . . collects stamps in leisure time . . to be an engineer Hartley, Knight "Knight" Tall , . . slim . . , usually found sleeping . . . enioys basketball and volleyball . . . is a member of the College Club , . . a collector of stamps . . . a future farmer Kostra, Joseph "Joe" Tall . . . brown hair . . . a tease . . . participated in football and basketball . . . drives a car . . , would like to become a forest ranger J "Hi-Me" t hor . . . friendly . . . drives a car . . . enioys swimming , . . football . . , and other sports . . . airplane models are his hobby . . . aspires to be an airplane mechanic After the upper cla smen were Junlor Class through unutuatung them the Fresh Resume men were allowed to go on theur wav conquer ung new sublects and fundung places un many actuvutues The vveldung together of gust homerooms unto a class took place when Mr Wherrv call ed them together for the electron of offucers The results were Cornelua Rydesky Presudent John Foster Vuce Presudent and Jean Garland Secretary Treasurer Mr Lacko a new teach r was unanumously elected to sponsor the class One of the best memorues of the class of 42 wull be the Freshman Jamboree March l2 All of the freshmen are lookung forward to theur next three years and more get togethers At last upper classmen The Sopnomores got revenge on the poor freshues and now feel much better After havung chosen theur new offucers Presudent Robert Nules Vuce Presudent Andrew Kules and Secretary Treasurer Bernuce Vogt the class made plans for a Harvest Dance to be held November 22 Just luke many of the artuvutues supervused by thus class the dance was dufferent and very entertaunung Not long after the Harvest Dance the sophomores held a skatung party Asude from a few sore spots everyone had a good tume Bedecked wuth pastel colored balloons and crepe paper the small gym l-lop Thus was the furst semu formal dance the class had ever held Many a flower garden could have been jealous of the blossom ng gurl who danced about the gym that evenung My' My' What a dashung Junuor Class we ll have next year Who s that puzzled lookung person standung un the muddle of the 19 Hall? lt must be a new uunuor After a few weeks thus scene was elumunated for the Woodlawnutes became Munhallutes and now everythung us runnung smoothly As Roos velt went un for hus thurd term so Wulluam Docherty was elected by the uunuors Chuck Barry was elected Vuce Presu dent and Grace Vunes was elected Secretary Treasurer A Junuor Senuor dance was the furst event of the year Maun event of the evenung was a Stevedor act by four members of the class February Zl many Munhallutes turned out to make the uunuor skatwng party a success What s that? The yunuors are Footloose February Z7 28 Oh you mean the rolluckung three act comedy Munhall s lunuor class vvas praused by all the crutncs of Munhall The uunrors also took over the hall patrol Thus us lust another suOn that the Junuors have taken on theur dutues wuth admurable capabuluty Hats off to the class of 42' 1939 F -A F A S , vvas brimming over May l7 when the sophomores held their "Sophomore if 'k i' ir 'k it 'kt it 39 President WILLIAM DOCHERTY Vice Presrdenf CHARLES BARRY J,,UNIORS Secrfgtory ..,.. A .r .I .I .I .U .h .- .. .' .u .I .1 .A .r .l .4. . .GRACE VINES Y ,...,.....,.......,..... ll' 'lr Bert Agardy Helen Albrecht Edward Allen Eleanor Allen Al Asmonga Edward Bakanic Dorothy Bamford Jack Barrett Bob Bausch Tom Bell Laura Berringer Martha Besmark Jim Blotxer Albert Badnar Tom Bonner Dick Bost Joe Buban Harriet Bugel Irene Bugel Susan Cairns Margaret Chisnell June Colledge Richard Cowalsh Jean Crawford Joseph Danis Bob Dios Ralph Dietzen Ruth Diller Albert Durica Mary Dzamko Richard Eberwein John Ehnot Russell Ellis Laura Finch Sylvia Fischman John Fleming Betty Furst .lean Garland Edythe Gatehouse Lewis George Naomi Goeddell William Grieser Ruth Grass Joe Gustafson Jack Hartley Harry Hasapes Irene Henrickson William Hess lack Allisonlm Joy Allison Bill Anderson Charles Barry John Barry John Barry Paul Bethune Thomas Biroscalr Edward Biravik Walter Bower Rose Marie Brennan Elmer Buban Ruth Cameron Michael Cerro Bob Chasko Joe Dankavic William David Edward Davies Bill Docherty Rita Dalney Emil Duffek Edith Elder Alma Elicker John Ellis Nancy Floyd Dan Fordas lohn Foster Leonard Gerosky william Gyford Shirley Glick Vera Haines Alvin Handelsman Fern Haney William Hess Lcc Hill Marie Hoffman Rosemary Holder Eileen Horgan Ray Hornak Mary Louise Horvat Betty Louise Hreha Robert Humphreys Chrissie Ingles Charles Jack Paul James Frances Jardine Dorothy Jesse Mary Juba Bill Kearton Jean Kelch Joe Kish Mary Kish Eugene Kondis Dan Kontra Pauline Korhnak Warren Kraeuter Mary Kusek Marion Laird John Laikov Edward Latzy Edward Lloyd Herb Lloyd Jane Maguire Earl Main Doris Martin George Maze George Mazle Jack McCue Nellie McGuire loe McKinney Ruth McMohn Rhoda Mears Glenn Miller Katherine Miller Louise Miller Betty Moe Moneypenny Sam Muir Francis Mulligan Nancy Murphy Mildred Myers Evelyn Noll Constance Noroski Ray Novak Mary Novatnak Pauline Horvat Harold Hough Jack Hoza Chrissie Jackson Leslie Jacobson Myra Jacobson Betty Junstrom Eileen Kane Phyllis Kaplan Martha Kohut Margaret Komar Edward Kondas Andrew Kules George Kupec Ann Kura Kathleen Legg Andrew Lesko Lydia Liston Don Maloney Dave Manns Rose Marino Jerry McDonald Theresa McDonnell Bill McElhinney Frances Mezinxe Pauline Mihalcin Francis Milko Betty Lou Moore Betty Morgan George Moss Gloria Nagy Frank Nickel Bob Niles Bob Nugent Bernard Oates Helen Obringer '30 Bob O'Hore James 0'Leary James Olen Regina Olysan Margaret Orris Marie 0'Toole John Palko Helen Paytok Robert Porter Rita Potts Dorothy Price Marjorie Prosser Emma Rago Clare Reagan Sam Reeves Dorothy Wright Tom Rogers Betty Rohall Lester Rubenstein Andrew Rusnak Helen Safran June Saicoe Paul Saicoe Virgilia Salance Theresa Schick Jack Seech Martha Seman Joe Severa Alice Simka John Sippas Jim Smidansky Virginia Smith lrene Stawiany Dorothy Stetanic Bob Steimer Jack Steimer Lois Swingle Joe Szokoly Joe Tebor Julius Timko Elizabeth Toth Tom Travis Matilda Uhrinak Grace Vines Nancy Walters Edward Wassell Tom Watson William Weber Ethel Oliver Regina Olsavicky Andrew Ondeck Ruth Pearson Marcella Pokrytka Matilda Popovich Earl Proud Mary K. Quinn Thomas Ragan .lack Reich Laila Reis Bob Ridge Mary Kay Ryan Cornelia Rydesky Helen Sabo Ted Sandberg Fred Sauk Rita Schovone Tom Shields Tom Shook Joe Siedlarz Michael Sotak Florence Stahlberg Anita Storgle Ruth Stout Jeanne Sudimack Vincent Sweeney Helen Tkach Helene Tobias Margaret Tomko Bernice Vogt George Wain Ed Walker Shirley Whotling Jack Wibner Richard Wilkinson Vernice Williams Geraldine Willis George Wilson Graham Wilson Joe Winters Josephine Winters Dorothy Wolok Anna Yongo Bernard Zedo Emma Ziegler 43 Harry Wilson Richard Wilson Betty Witrout Eugene Yarina Olga Young Jack Yousko Irene Zsak Evelyn Stuart Sophomore Hlstory From near and for two hundred strong we torm d the portals ot Munhall Hugh and were aclmrtted Freshmen nn the greenest the word lt was not long however X ere able to fund our way about We teachers We made new fruends and Fad organrzed and chosen our offrcers we felt qurte at home and ready for actron There wasnt much trme for many actnvrtses that xear so we had one bug tame at the Fresh men party and called It a day sense of untrl we met new after we With the frrst year behlnd us we entered our Sophomore year wlth energy and enthusn asm New offrcers were chosen amrd a flurry of campangn posters and splut tlckets Three strona men trued and true were Installed an offuce and took over wlth dngnrty and ser: ousness Mercenary to the nth degree they decxded 'as therr frrst mayor probleml to attack the class empty treasury A camparan was launched to sell magazunes The students armed themselves wnth pads and penclls to say nothnng of Saturday Evenrng Posts and Bellev ng that All work Country Gentlemen and the drive was on Thanks to a gracious public a grand corps of workers and supersalesm n the pralect was a success Ind: vrdual honors went to Eleanor for maklng the town magazine wrghest sales Congratulations Room 42 Donahue Betty McCuean and Ray Wrldnng conscrous Betty won the Curtrs award for the and a ten pound box of chocolates went to and no play :sn t so good the next actlvrty wa largely for pleasure A skatrng party' Singles and parrs met at the Lex lngton rank for a nnght at rollrng and fun lt was a merry affarr nn spate of tumbles and a few bruises Profitable too' That treasury was growmg By now the offncers were convlnced that they had an enthusrastnc group sup portrng them so the Sprrng dance followed All dressed up and som where to go Sure' To the Sophomore l-lop rn the grrls gym a nnght of fun dancnng musnc and refreshments Mrs Gray our sponsor sand she never knew the boys could dance so well Must have done some practucrng sunce the Freshmen party The gurls ncre lovely nn therr new gowns Orchrds to the commattee for the decoratnons The serlous slde of the year centered around club actrvntues student ouncrl meetungs audrtorlum programs and the l-lonor Roll ln all these the c'ass was well represented So the year ended I - I Q 9 ' c . U r 1 1 .Y 1 - 1 1 1 , . . . I 11 - - 11 1 1 1 ' ll 4 ' I1 11 1 11 - - . 1, ,, . . , . ll fl - 1 . . . , , 1 . . 11 A 11 1 11 11 1 1 - , , , o A - , .. , . I I 1 . - I 11 11 - 1 - 1 ' 1 C ' ll ' ' ll . . ,, . ,, . . . . . D , - . .. r 1' - 1 - - ' I I I v 1 1 1 1, . . . ,, . f H . , . . . 1 L F I I . l e V . Presudent WILLIAM HOROSZ Vrce President GEORGE MARGO SOPHCDMCDRES Secretory-Treosmlrg I .,.. TOM KANE if 1+ ll' ll' lf 'A' Andrew Antol Bill Baird Alex Balent Marian Baron Irene Bonik Elsie Boyle Edward Brucas Mary Brugas Bill Chasko Robert Chury Helen Chavasta George Cibulko Helen Debiak Richard Dell Alicia Dietzen Helen Dobransky Theda Dragan Helen Ducar John Ducar Margaret Dugan William Finley Harry Frank Fred Gabocy Steve Gaidos Mathilda Goga Dorothy Gordon Louvoun Grab Dale Grove Edward Hancox lrene Harry Margie Harvey Leonard Hlasnick Pauline Homa Bill Horosz Michael Hovan Andrew Hudak lnez Jones Joseph Josko Thomas Kane Theresa Kargol Frank Kopie Raymond Kostelnick John Kostra Joseph Koval Mary Kushnar Alice Lacey Lucille Lacey Lois Laird Josephine Bobik Pauline Bolibruch Joe Bongartz Anna Butko Jack Covanaugh Helen Ceyba Marion Clowes Bob Craver Rose Curtis Edward Dolney Eleanor Donahue Robert Dospoy Elizabeth Dzovnik Jean Emery Martha Fenton Betty Galloway George Gidish Suzanne Glick Russel Guley Elmer Gutashaw Robert Hairston Pelagia Hodges Jack Hollis Joe Hollos Dorothy Jacobs Dorothy James David Johnstone Joseph Kasper Frank Kmetz Andrew Kandas Margaret Kirzan James Kuhn Frank Kunced Josephine Lalish Betty Laughlin Margaret Lessig Frances Lordon Joseph Luteran Julio Maluty George Mantics Paul McCarthy Rita McCue Betty McCuen Jean McKibben Ruth Ann Miller Mary Minda Bernard Miscanek Faye Monk Carene Needham Steve Nesky Agnes Noroski Evelyn Noroski John Olsavick Bill O'Rourke Henry Orris Betty Lou Palmer Joe Pastrik Ann Perhac Orcello Pernic Caroline Peters Ann Pingor Darrell Poole Charles Price Billy Rattigan Ann Rodger John Rahall Cecelia Rowosky Michael Saba Loretto Shipe Anthony Shuha Betty Shultz John Sirnko William Smart Bill Smoley Bernard Salomon Barbara Stevens Fred Threfall Pearl Threfoll Frank Toth Emily Uhrynak Andew Vasko James Walker Madeline Wassell David Watson Donald Marcase Johanna Marcinko George Margo Jeannette McKibben Frances Megan Florence Metcalfe Dave Morgan Paul Morris Mary Jane Mrazik Frank Novak Torn Olenak Phyllis Oliver Jean Palmer Steve Palso Mike Palyok Boyd Peters Bernice Pfeifer Eleanor Piatt Mary Lou Ries Frank Ripper Ruth Ritter John Salopa Jean Savage Mary Louise Shields Marie Simonson Billy Slava lack Slava Emily Strong Martha Surincek Edward Theis Ethel Urban Irene Urban Anna Vangor Louis Weber Ray Wilding William Wilson 7 i fwl L! ...J xo " lv, Eleanor Wolok Shortess Yeaworth Henry Youngman Bull Anderson Clltf Andrews John Andrews Matllda Bogus Laura Berrett George Billy Albert Blosco Louls Blattner Calvm Carr Kenneth Caspar Betty Chedwlck James Clegg Edward Cook Mnldred Cntchlow Dan Curran Vrrgmla Davud Stephen Flsher Lucille Fruecht Robert Gollms Beatrlce Geist Rnchord Grenser Dorothy Grob Joseph Grosslc Norma Haddad Ethel Hasak Edward Havrllla Donald Henry Arthur Hughes Morlone lddon Alex Ingles Harry Ingles Konald Keller Maude Kelly Robert Korekash Wulluam Kovacs Bertha Lesko Mary Lols Llggett Audrey Lnnk Wllllam Lmk Marjorie Mach Margaret Manns Anna Martin Robert Mason Bernard Zamborsky Leona Zaph Arnold Zukerman Jack Barnes Lzlllan Barnes Jack Berger Laverne Boot Jean Busch Bull Cadman Patrncua Clooman Rnta Conway Catherine Crawford Edward Docherty John Domen Wnlhom Ellcker Bctty Gerhold Lulllan Golllck Archie Graham Peggy Lou Harluns June Hartland Ruth Hartley Helen Henzel Robert Horn Irene House Walter Hohnson Joseph Kascak Arlme Kean Dorothy Kraft Irene Kubancek Kenneth Legg Dolores Loutsenhlzer Stanley Lucas Nory Lyden B tty Maxw ll Frederlcka McDowell Ruth McDonald - . - , S W Q 1 - - h 1 ' ,, 1 P' , . 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' is p , . . 3 , v A' . .4 I . 0 Preparedness In A sldk Flgh Nnmble fingers helpnng to effect alert mrnds s one of the mann accom plushments nn typung class I do You do He doesn t of the Englush language gnves Munhall students the basrs for thelr entnre future PVI P2 V2 In Physncs class Mun hall l-lagh School endeav ors to teach future physl crsts some fundamentals through practical applr Cotlon the Classroom A a A working knowledge l l Ich luebe dlch' Not only the leornxng of Germorm but the leorn :ng of ony foreign lon guog helps Munhollutes to goln o better under stondnng of the rest of the world 1492 l607 1776 1865 In Hnstory closs when one gets some cornpre events ond understands how mon hos odvonced to has present status then one hos the focultues to understond how present doy problems weove unto the modern hustory botulnsm carbohydrates VI I Every Munholl Student tokes Hygiene once week With the under stondung of body func tuons ond personol hy guene comes the bosus for cleon heolthy Invung hension of post historicol .lr ' o lxodutterent trom others the C'ass ot l fl-l Freshmen o erwlse known as the res ues retauu t c aructerumw aua u'ues ot unexperuencc g nness shrnnkung manner and Complete r'nxstutucOtuOn n erung hugh school tor the turs tme S ptemb r they had to tace the mysterues at strange halls awd corrudors unnumerablc strange faces and new teachers not oxer lookung the many puns and pokes about thcur But the Class of l9-l-l has comc through It all to b pure gold and has started uts tourney through hugh school wuth one grand record tor uts turst year The class ss well represented ID all of the athletucs a tuvutues and or anu zatuons ot the school and readuly assures the upp rclassmen of uts potentual capabulutues In thc tall Jane Ambrose Eugene Khorey Jack Scarry and Bull Stuart wcre elected to repr sent the Freshmen un Student Council The turst year rn hugh rhool was successfully clnmaxed wuth the Freshman Party ln May one of the great memorues of every Freshman as he enters the upperclasses Wuth such an umpressuon as has been made we teel we can say sun cerelv that great thungs can be expected from thus class un the next three years ln Aprul the follow ng ottlcers were elected Presudent Charles Morgan Vuce Presudent Btll Stuart Secretary Treasurer Jane Ambrose 4 4 4 4 4 th "F h 1 hc ,h e ' r g l u - 2 ee ' 'A E t f 1 u un G e A u s v , 1 f I 1 beung "green" from the upperclassmen , A - Q u - , f ' ' , Q F . 9 A - , I I I I F rm S . .n . y . 5' , . V A 7 1 222 WILLIAM STUART JACK SCARRY EUGENE KHOREY JANE A BROSE ll' FRESHMEN Sylvester Ackerman Jane Ambrose Alex Arendas Tillie Banecky John Beylan Dorothy Beylan Paul Blasko Dorothy Badnar James Booth Jean Booth John Bukosky Dorothy Bulka Donald Cannon Roberta Capp Dauna Carney Franklin Carr Betty Jane Clucas Jean Cotter Doris Critchtield Edward Czaikoski Jane Elicker Stephen Estock Myrtle Fawcett AI Fencik Florence Fetsko John Fidel Rusell Fish John Forgach Stanley Godlewsky Robert Gorol Dolores Gottleib Robert Graham James Gribar Mary Lou Guidish Helen Habzansky Margaret Harry Beverly Holland John Horitz Edward Hornak Yolands Hovan lrene Hvasta Carl Jackson Carol Jackson Willean Jacobs Relda Kane Helen Kelly Paul Kasiorek Michael Kelly George Barsik Paul Barry Steve Bartko James Bodnar Eleanor Doldizar Floretta Bongartz Martha Bulko Marjorie Bungart John Burns Joseph Celovsky Albert Chmielewusky Richard Churbo Tom Dudas Irene Duffek Rose Mary Dannely Eleanor Fenton Robert Ferencz John Ferko Emily Foster Irene Gehrig Jack Gerosky Dick Granger James Gray Dolores Gress Pauline Haspadar Rose Ellen Hepps John Hess James Howcratt Helen Hruska Russell Hunter John Javorsky Paul Junstram Margaret Kane Willeam Kohut Dolores Kondas William Kontra Eugene Kasko Helen Kraciunovsky Joe Kristotek Irene Kupic Mathilda Kuzma Walter Kyle Mildred Lacey Geneive Leech Mary Linsenbigler Lois Ann Liston Mary Loposky Pearl Madyda Helen Masley Larry Midenma Alice Miles Betty Miller Betty Lou Morgan Jerome Mulilgan Marqaret Nadxam Stephen Nagey Robert Olsavicky Dorothy Ondo Nick Ondo Edward Onatrey John Pokrytka Jack Potts James Price George Proden Jack Robinson Catherine Rogers Mary Rudick Anna Mae Saba .lack Scarry Gladys Schuerman Jane Seery Lucille Sheridan Mary Sinai Paul Sinai Helen Sinchak Martha Slava William Souleir June Spangler Agnes Stecik Bill Stuart John Tellman John Tkac Dorothy Trepack Regis Urasek Edward Kuxma Edward Kuxma Roy Kuxma Lida Mae Leeming Dorothy Lenyel Albert Lengyel Helen Manfred Arthur Markowitz Dorothy Margie Betty Minda Ann Malinda Charles Morgan Thelma Noroski Francis Nugent Mary Olexa Raymond Ott George Palyscik Bernard Potemra Pauline Puchy Margaret Ribar Eleanor Rinko Robert Saba Michael Sabol Edward Saicoe Louise Shook Helen Siarto Dorothy Simko Martha Solomon Dorothy Satak Leonard Sotak Agnes Stupar Andrew Stupar Robert Sutton Joyce Veblum Mary Vohar Joseph Votodian Helen Veselar.y Bernard Vasko Donald Wahler Beatrice Wiliiams Willard Adamitx William Alexander Robert Allison Joseph Ban Margaret Bower Robert Bretsnyder Charles Braddock Jean Brydon George Cawthon Dorothy Chisnell Charlotte Colledge Kathleen Conroy Dorothy Depner Eliabeth Danelly Eugene Doyle Geraldine Dunsavage Laten Fetters Phyllis Fields Mary Lou Fitzsimmons Dolores Gemeinhart "June Hardington Lydia Jeanne Hartley Corinne Hawke Margaret Highman Helen Jacobs Tom Jageman William Johnston Robert Jones John Kennedy Katherine Kessler Raymond Klawuhn Sally Knight Robert Lewis Russell Lucas Marilyn Martin Russel Martin Ann McKinney William Moser Elmer Mears Howard Morgan Charles Nardquist Melburn Odendahl Ileon 0'Leary David Palmer Thomas Yeaworth Pauline Yurchak Charles Zaugg Willard Bennett William Benson Edward Bodnar Jean Bush Rita Canfield Lena Catina Betty Conway Ethel Cowdell Betty Lou Cox Anna Stina Ericson Ray Faulds Chauncey Feightner Fred Goldsmith Jean Grittiths Hazel Gribble Lucille Hoche Charles Hotmeister Richard Hummel Robert Jordan Theresa Kane Mary K. Kelly Martha Kovach Rose Kovach Anna Kulus Kenneth Marsh Anna Mae Matthews Peggy Lou McCarthy Winnie Mulligan George Mytord Joseph Nesbit Mary Lea Patterson Eugene Race Howard Race William Ragan Alan Reese Barbara Rogers Elaine Salance Leonard Seech James Smith Charles Steiner Ray Straney Madeline Troul William Trout Donald Troufman James Valeska Walter Weber William Wilkinson Howard Williams 57 John Shrading Ralph Shipe Arthur Schwartz Waller Thir John Tomo William Trimmer William Van Kirk Shirley Wakefield Louis Ward Jean Wiltrout Mary E. Wright ACTIVITIES Participation In the numerous activities at Munhall helps to develop our social relation ships preparing us for later associations with various types of people tion and enable us to work effectively with others They aim to enlarge our talents both physically and mentally They also afford us wholesome recreation of our leisure time pre parung for and teaching us the value of an avocatlon Activities draw out our spirit of coopera- 'k ir 'k 'k 'k is ,K af FIRST ROW! Le" 'C RQ'-' F Nkme, R Wi WW son, R. Kennedh A Kane, L, WiIt:er, W. Sr'arV, R Mgcaugrfyl R, Sfrang, W Carp R. WaIiaC9, H. Ken-, G H-'chTfsc", J Flew-Ing, C. Jack, J. G.sfe'scI-N R Ni es. SECOND ROW S. Vcihanex W. Tirrms, T Shook, R. Ccwahn, E. KcndIs, A. K..Ies, L, Gero- dfyx R. Gazdac, R Sharp, C. Shaffer. T. Wanon, B. Zedo, F Wa'so', J, Grosseff, D, Marcese, P. Bcsf! Mr. Lacks THIRD ROW T Rodgers. E Davies. W. David, G WiIscn, C Barry, W, Dochervy, G Wnson, R. FIer'IIng. W O Ma"y, R, EHR! E, Hendrickson. W. Hess, R. Pcsf P. Beihune, R. Bosf. F NT ROW Leif fo RIQM J Ban H Wa! ace Kovack Wa' on W Cadrnan J Barnes Mears H Race W WIIkInson NDING J Andrews R In awskl MI' r Weldon R BlaHn K Cas E Docherw H Beqqs advIser Munhall HI Y Thh Muhhcll HI Y IS 0 branch Lf thrf Y NA C A if Pntsburgh Sponsored bv Mr Lock: r'-L SDQOV Of VYWHULVTCC Oh IIIC thc b Q mC Q Q I Q m'I Ix I A In cd oth etc hed ch xecr the HI Y L rx cu f r Q whom! ciurm Ham Weak Q u w r Uxgk w I I rw v- I tu I c I b Qrwtmc Hrp thI5 vccr I L Qrn In VYWQLYHTN gxgrx Wai CM I ICQ x I 1 thc wCcr Prrm ight W New gwr CL Prawicr I ccr f fpf Woodlawn HI Y K f L w no , ' . , , , I , W. , C. .s , . I . I STA' 3 . , , S' I ', J. '.le, R , . Wiriiarnsl L. er, . per, D ' W ,V - I . I I Ia1'.- 'I I I M - 'w ifr chw'-I bac LS of Irs ,nv oct Ire. rhg N ' :mf f I Ig, Eu M - spnwsfrs LKHTCVT Sc- , g I., th' . I Q I am Ihc voor thcv IUHW Ifh thc GI 1 Ros' 'L II lwirimg Q io Ce h ch rnci Irf to C 1 N3 J Th 1 L XR j - I DQS-ilk L L' 'I1f.rTh r I ff Ir- , H I I , , 1I,II A YI H- - fit , . Fx but PM S' L-f:IIx -TrQ',1mI'1' V 'C f 'VM' ffcrr. Un H Y I 'rw wr III TV .Q .I V L- -vw 'I T' I. Izpm :QT I I. C 'hu wi -III 4 II w T'L K L L..IIf -,L ' rm Igm If ' ' 'rjr 'W'.'?g" f.'I1mx!,I fT'Y UZ' 'V ' 'vw' If Y, Vw. gh '-I :II jgr fr 'fur kt QI ."."Ir ' ,I Tm . ., .. -Y wgrfr FLXL I -- Y, T. .' ' Mu I Yfwr 'MIQIQ Y rg YP Y LQ' .'.,' TVL f , '..w ffv' ' "f i'.' L ."Y.',." .' I Va E..' gf-" ' -'QA ".. -NDR Y I' 'IM " ' " ' 4"'I F-'C..1,I'.'7. TYL- LLQY T'ILr vu "iw vw' :'I- W" i' L."'W.' 1,I'HTf.'. .f','- vVL.lKu'LY EI K NLLCM VV fir-Q35 X II. -In 'X I ' 'VL f, "1 XIII T TY' LY TVL. .V -gf? " YL' E l FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Bat-ine', B. Fcrs' N. Mmphy, M. Halylro, D. Gernelnhart, A Giza, SIKY. G. Stilley, S Jordan, D. Banyes, J. Allison W. Karch, R. Walsh, R, Mears, N. McGuire, B M. Moneypenny. SECOND ROW. M Cnisnell, F, Stah berg, T' Dil ler, F. Jardine, N. Goeddel, J. Crawford, L. Mo' gan, J. Garland, M. Daly, M. Lacko, P Ho-wel D. Niles, A Patterson, M. Walters, l. Haddad D. Urban, F. Haney, M. Papovich, M Juba, M Prosser, B. Wiltrout, G. Vines. THIRD ROW: R. Burke, R. Brennan, V, Lyqae, M Jacobson, J. Howat, H. Obringer, B. Moore, D Brucas, A. Moyta, D. Czailrowski, B. Morgan, E Kane, E. Stuart, V. Carr, F. Gustafson, Y. Car rick, M. Barchfeld, J. Lebedda, E. Gustafson, M Ryan, R. Cameron, V. Williams. FOURTH ROW: V. Link, D. Sharp, C. Miller, D Wallace, C. McGill, M. Shirra, E. Sorg, A. Guy risin, M. Watson, V. O'Leary, H. Massie, L Strang, S. Sams, D. Leppla, C. Mitz, C. Lyden, J Sudimaclr, M. lkac, F. Gottschling, C. Rydeslry R. Potts, V. Smith. FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: M. Slava, H. Chvasta E. Urban, M. Daly, E. Noroski, I. Urban, A Perhac, J. Marcinlro, T. Kargol, L. Shipe, M Cloves, L. M. Leerning. SECOND ROW: E Fenton, J. Veblurn, J. Seery B. Laughlin, E. Slrang, L. A. Laird, B. Holland Manfred, A. Rodger, R. Ritter, D. Miles. THIRD ROW: M. Minda, M. J. Mrazik, J. Lollsh L. Junn, R. Curtis, B. J. Palmer, M. Ries, A Lacey, R. Donnelly, E. Rinko, J. Ambrose, Fenton L. Grob. Senior Girl Reserve The Senior Girl Reserves which consists of juniors and seniors meets every two weeks in the music roam, This year the group has its largest membership which is eighty-sux The purpose of the club is to develop one's personality and build and strengthen one's character. This year the Girl Reserves are planning to have their recognition service in the month of April which is the month that marks the 60th anniversary of Girl Reserve Organization. The Senior Girl Reserves are successfully guided by Miss Daly, the sponsor, OFFICERS President ................. Martha Lacko Vice-President .... ...Jean Garland Secretary-Treasurer . . .. .Phyllis Howell Program Chanrrnan ... ..Lucll!e Morgan Council Representative . ... .. .Doris Niles .lunior Girl Reserve The Junior Girl Reserve which is made up ot freshmen and sophomores rneets twice a rnanth in the music roorn. Under the leadership of Miss Daly and its officers the Girl Reserves arc accomplishing their olrn. Irene Urban was sent to Johnstown to represent the Junzor Girl Reserve Group and Ruth Diller, the Senior Group. OFFICERS President ..... ........... E velyn Noroski VlCQ'pV6SId9Of .... . . ,Emily Strong Secretary-Treasurer . . . .Ethel Urban Program Chairman .... . , . Irene Urban Council Representative .. ..En1tly Strong Chess Club W fthe Ch-255 Club Q re cn the bv crhcnt li JT 55 r Q nvr rhe Chev Tecnw C f ect 5 arn r dr, a rnctche5 ,mwng ate men DC rr EQCUDW 5 a rdna art QJSOF1, rffe tVE A V1 QQCUQQ 4 the lane 5 owang t cs mode ar c nte5t5 W h The e 5 ,gl xcr mee mom bpals mm hca 5 af D C The Che55 C ,ab TCT the 'o5t two yeor5 hcwe ended an sec nd blcce rv the r 5 cdr the team W ll proboblx end an 5econd QIOCG cgcar c DVCSI er y a rm thc 5ecre.or tre L Tl-ae Labrary Club The prarnory tunctaon mt the Labrcry Club as oadanq the 5tudent5 th becmwe better dc arab nted wath the labrory Linder the oble darectaon of our Labroraon Ma55 l-lr wot the nwembc are taught the vora M5 phQ5c5 of labrory wow the olocement numberang dnl fl Q f lfmk thc landrng and repoarang Ut book5 O5 well O5 checkang book5 an and out Our labrory a5 one of the tane5t an he dastract contoanano op-proxamctely lg C' Th av dudes cncyclope lao5 mpplementory reference moteraol ond home reodang bt k OFFICERS Pre5adent Elcnane Grand e Vace Presadent Jeon Gorlond Secretory Treasurer Dorothy Jorraes T ROW Left to Raghl W ouaer a mc G S a J SECOND ROW L Shook D Trepack L Lac y A Starqle H Dobransky A Lacey Sec Treas Nahay res L Las ra R McCue J Emery J McKabbera M Sernara THIRD ROW J M Kabben A Duraca M Pa ok Sluarl D Morgan r r nd P M ras Gray E Murmely FOURTH ROW W Srnoley R Wal an Wrlsora J O vrclr McCarthy FIRST ROW Lel 0 Rlqn' Geadash Fawcelfe Jarves Grrdle Gurlqvd OLeary Watson SECOND ROW Rye' Sorq Prace Mrss Howat Veb rr- Pleue Ca-agnel THIRD ROW Dm' NUC e Amavq' Horosz M e J: env T ,r L,'Q,1e+ ', l ' . CV' ' tn Q T 'rl 1 cr- f Chen 1 J 5 Q ., ,- S tg nd - a 1' CT ' f' F ' 1' '5 Ta, Ch 5. Q trst L gn Zed l T rl hc5 5 c a e .iewe ia:e': ft i 1 .alt 1' have 5tQrd Q b 5- 3 1 4 h' a h ' 5 . - t., :ther 5eh1,. 5 Ch 5 ' C -5 Ht Q tc Ct -chief :hgic'51 aw te tee' 5 t, NK,"- MC t ,l R - f' ' 'T ' S 'J -L . Sed tr' ' et, t5 5 tc' tha5 -" a ' a f The Che55 Club a5 5pOn5Ored by Mr Brand, The presadent Qt thc club 5 Ge rge Nchiu th yacc- rl at -5 Ste e Orr 5, cl 'A '1 ' y- G5Larer aS Alace ccex 1 a V V , 5 , H -r5 T 1 f, 1 I ' 2 I t aan' 41 J C 5 ' a t . , V f T,,lC braalfs ,L W , ,I I I , V af, S FIRS , ' 2 . S l' I B. M's- ka', .ub, .Tlrac. " 1 . , . , . el G-, .lP . 'fob -. I, : . c ' , . ' , . ly , W. , . , M . B a , . or ', J. I . a , J. Kelly, . 'd' q, W, ' , . Isa' , P. . eran, M. Laird, B. Morgan, N. McGuire. SECOND ROW: R. Sutton, J. Booth, S. Sarns, L. ford, F. Henry, lrene Hendrickson, R. E Hepps, M. M. Kane, J. Elicker, R. M. Donnelly, B. S:nult1, L. Stuart, B. Wiltrout, B. McCuean. THIRD ROW: E. Gustafson. L. Miller, M. Fenton, wiany, H. Worton, A. Perhac, Y. Marcinlro, T. Morgan. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Cowdell, M. Mach, E. M. Seitz, L. Vanya, KV. P.l C. Crawford, lSec.l B. Andderson, lPres.l P. L. Harkins, L. Gollick, J. Wilson. B, Trimmer. Red Cross A very industrious and excellent organization far the and of the needy is the Red Cross. lt is under the expert and efficient supervision of Miss Widdowson. This year, as in every other year, the members of the Red Cross carried on a Red Cross Drive. and every student was urged to contribute something to this campaign. This money is used to buy glasses for the needy children of the Munhall Schools. Gifts are also distributed to the hospitals at Christmas and Easter. The meetings are held every Tuesday. Under the leadership of their officers, the Red Cross has successfully flourished. OFFICERS President ..........,......... Ruth Diller Vice-President ,..... Betty Mae Moneypenny Secretary-Treasurer . ..... ..... . Ar-n Harr Woodlawn Red Cross The main purpose of the Red Cross is service. This organization is composed of thirty-three members and a council Every club, home room and activity is represented. For Christmas they earned 560, with which they filled several baskets for the needy families in this community, and they have knit and crocheted five ofgans. The Red CVOSS has no social activities but with the money they do get, they buy glasses for those in school, who need them but cannot afford them. Miss Charleton sponsors the Woodlawn group. President, Bill Anderson, Secretary, Leo Vango, Treasurer, Catherine Crawford, FIRST ROW: A. Dietlen, L. M. Leerring, F. Hlas- nick, J Sivits, D. Niles, J. Howat, A. Harr, R. Diller, A. Widdowson, B. Moneypenny, L. How- den, M. Prosser, R. Mears, B. Furst, S R. Carr'- Lacey, M OToole, A. Lacey, E. Kane, D. Barr- M, Linsinbigler, M. Lacey, J. McKibben, J. Mc- Kibben, C. Peters, W. Karen, P Bodner, l. Sta- Kargol, A. Elicker, T. Sandberg, C. Barry, D. SECOND ROW: J. Wilson, J. Willis, H, Lasa, D. Coon, M. E. Wright, P. Ackerman, W. F.eming, THIRD ROW: L. Rafferty, W. Bevan, W. Mason, J. Ban, T. Jaqeman, J. Lewis, E. Mears, L. Ward. Munl-tall Hall Cops vyswrntrtnesee w It 'sto N t rr Q ayerage rnteresfea rn serv ng as f' h l cfa aofornattc be arhe c rnerhaer t 6 f 4 rfe Tnrs rnet he grate successful C vs l orobab y be conf The C artesx Saooa another new aef' also went rntr et ect 1 ye t P ss fthe be-fter cops who acter c woes ws ' r and alsn ar'-ec tae study hal teac rs h aa r e cooaera r n f the Capt rn: Martha Mehlterber Lacrlle Mfrgan and Ge a rea the facalfy saperx ser elanfl and the entre orce r er was rnclntarne vrw thc hc Q P ICLFTVOVT s Ball Fcbrocrx was a great success Woodlawn Hall Cops The hall caps are Chosen by the student caoncnl whrch accepts only gurls and boys wht haw a R F scho astvc average The cooncrl not only chases the polrcernen for hugh cholasttc bat alsc for leaaershrp ottentrveness and cleanlrness The Captaln, for the past year were Erleen Keane Catherrne Crawford Thomas Jayer man Mary Margaret Baker These are kept ln order through the Caoperatlon of Mrs l-lvl and Mrs French FIRST ROW Lett to Pnght H Kohn S Zogran M senko R Mars ll SECOND ROW L Strang H Massne M Watson owat H T msrn Zenc u Urban M lferber A Suarto A aff Ban r houn A Rlnynk NA McDonad V Lycoe M Sullnvan M Schou THIRD ROW L Morgan R Walsh D Banyas R r e D arp M a Shs S Sams Lepp a K Mutz L Howden E Gustafson avuslno F ury les Voyllmo Hlasnncek FO PTH ROW P Howell D Niles M Lacko B snak E onner E g D Pastor rr O enkner C den M o Suv v s F Gott hu T ROW Left to Rlqht Sh J Wu Crawford A Kean A Hughes S Nemet M r M Posrpan a B Maxwe OND ROW Mrs French M Mach P L I S 1 M w e snaw M Crvchlow M Re shaw M Walker r and rs H RD ROW L wlck ey D Curran W An r or' rv o rr ovac I Clrfford Zoolr A ve . .te rc -- ctrch C? hal caps cs n radocea r.,.r 'ear E cr. sfoacft s, if 4, 1 ,.,Ql, al-y Z fzrhf rw, rg , , her., al 57 4 CVT4 sl l lfoej - ' A .- . '- , Af- the far. l CJ-,r,teri ffw 4 .1 -, . sg 1-13 .nos -X ai' . I' 5 he-. T rgkh hr f - tt J a .T V . z L Q I r,rIMr.W: aa rff -Cqi-'- cl . Tis Th :H S " an ' I T . I '--. . 1 - I 1 I .. Q I - - Qblllty 1 . 1 I . . . , A . l s. same of Hu+chinSanI sf cam rf Mansell, Ji a I . J . J.H I A r.Io'. ' I f meh I . ' I . Sh I s. ga, R. can I , ' 'I . , : I . I . L. ' I . p. suv I . sn' I . Schiff I M. ister, . ' I D. Y I . ' I . I . V I A. P I . Ch I M. Th' I F. I H. U- : . I . ' I . I . Ru I . B I . Sor I V. LinkI , I A. Ha j . J . I . Ly I . K hz.tI J, ' ltsI G. Sl ivI I sc l'ng. FIRS I ' : S. arpI . 'lsonI C, I . I . I . ly A, L, art'nI . ' lr I . ll. SEC ' : . I . I . . Har lr'nI M. J, HlIlI E. M Se't1I F. :Do ellI N. J R a I . I I . a I . J Hail I M . all THI 5 ' l I , I de s I L I Va y I R, Weldo I W, K hI L B'aH- ner, Munhisko 'fpfnzl' regarcs tne.r serv.-rncntn , fewspaper, ' mmnn-avi ' W tr wer. nigh egtegnf An: the. 'mme ever- reascr ts be preua 24 t Established rr 'G' j tree 'funn sire has grzwn :itrr n 'urn' an: cinteft, tram a few esp es. aft ' it favs averages 2-er iff ezpies per issue Students wer-Q rg ar- this staff rece-we fs: uabie training J' The IZprr'CI1sTiC ft6'd The staf. is Lzacnea in the writing and printing at tnrg paper, bv Misses Bal. gnd 'vfacbetn A specic? Cffiee is used by the staff ta write the paper, txpe 't, cut tne ste-news, ana trnaik print and assenvbie it. The car'np'eted ccpv has ranked nigh paper contests cf Western Pennsyivanic, ment. times in various sence' Editor-rr-Chief .. ..RoseMarv Burke Literary ..... . Agrees Zenctwu Feature . . .Luciiie Morgan Sports . .Jcsepa Bangartz I'Ii-I.ites The I-it-Ltes 'Wfradiawn newspaper is in its first year at publreatimn It is a Curf- tinuat on of the Herakf Tris pubi cation won secpmi place amprtq Juniar I-train Scbaal mimew- rgrapheri newspapers. The editor is Norma Jean Redshaw, who is assisted by Joe Ban. Mr. Slnannan takes charge of mnrneagrapbing and publicity, Miss Keitz takes charge af ai! written materiaig and Miss Lacka has charge of the typing. FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: H. Dobransky, E. Sorg, H. Massie, H. Tomsin, A. Zenchu, D. Urban, Miss Macileth, R. Burke, Miss Ball, S. Fischman, S. Bangor, A. Patterson, J. Allison, M. K. Walters, R. Calhoun, M. Besmark. SECOND ROW: A. Hudak, J. Siedlarz, R. Mears, L. Morgan, M. Ducar, D. Gordon, P. Lessig, N Goeddel, H. Frank, E. Urban, I. Urban, M. Kohut, J. Henrikson, B. Rohall, J. Bongartz, M. J. Mralik. THIRD ROW: E. Rinko, J. Ambrose, M. Juba, C. Rydesky, M. Radaci, C. Miller, F. Jardine, B. Vogt, M. Prosser, R. Diller, F. Stahlberg, L. Lis- Ion, S. Glick, H. Chvasta, S. Palsa. FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: J. Mitier, E. Crane, B. Willis, E. Mears, L. Ward, W. Wilkinson, R. Mil- ler, W Savage, L. J. Gibson. SECOND ROW J. Ban, M. Critchlow, F. Mc- Dowell, D. Tice, N. J. Redshaw, M. Mach, M. Posipanka, J. Bush, M. M. Mowers, A. Thomas, E. Docherty. THIRD ROW: Miss KeIt1, J. Hartman, L. Moore P. L. Harkins, B. Gerhold, L. Mehlferber, A. L Martin, R. Conway, I. Bush, J. Brydon, D. Chis- nell, M. L. Fitzsimmons, M. Trout, B. Conway Miss Lacko, P. L. McCarthy, Mr. Shannon. FOURTH ROW: R. Kovach, C. Hawke, R. Siniaws ski, L. Swickiey, A. Hughes, A. Schwartz, R. Wel- don, J. Barnes, B. Anderson, M. L. Patterson, J. Mofieram. FIRST ROW, Leif to Right. R. Kennedy, M, Mehl- lerber, T. Mansell, M. Shissler, V. Link, M, Wat- son, R Post, M, Lacko. SECOND ROW: E. Slava, S. Zanos, A. Shlpe, E, Sorq, H. H. Trimble, C Miller, T, Thomas, P. Calhoun, A. Patterson. THIRD ROW: P. Howell, D. Leppla, C. Mltz, R, Gazdag, O. Jenker, L. Strang, M. Schirra. T ROW Left to Rnght L F-reuche Gerhold L Mehlferber M B Sch N dad B Maxwell SECOND ROW M POSIDBHRB L Moore S N h R Conway J Bush A Thomas V Davl M Seltz Mass Bollinger L oo RD ROW W Pullar A Hugh s E Havrn a A Schwartz L Swnckley W Mooney J Barnes M Shlpe D Wnlllarns C Zoo College Club The purpose ofthe newlv formed College Club IS to acqualnt each ndrvlduol thoroughly wnth the college that lne antlclpates altendung ln order to do thus Mr Trlmble has devlsed a yery successful plan Fach person selects nts own college funds a catalogue and beguns to work You see Mr Trrmble has an outlrne where only the most lmportont facts are wrltten In detall After the outlune lS wrltten rn full the materlal lS assembled properly and made unto a booklet form Thls wnll enable the future College Club members to learn about therr prospectuve college wlthtn a very llmlted amount of trme So for the club has proved to be very successful EOCH member not only knows about hrs selected college but also about many other worth whale colleges Blology Club Q vunbus r sL L M 4 r L W Cl ' L L r We Cers th C r t nes Sefrr, FIRS . ' 1 , , D, me, B. , . , . . urr, .Had- : . ' , . , . e- mef. . . . . 4 . . ws. E. . ' , ' ' , .B 1. ml z . ' , . 9, . 'll , Jf iller, Rf " , . " " , . ' L. ' , ' v 1 f l , , , . , , t . f Tn vw- ' , tthts club o e g-lectel fix N- ss Efltnfe tn' sp Ps l T' L' C ob .. ms tr. help the pupw s wh tam- lit t better themselves ll' the purse Each xear toe members lil-L C T' T' the Bun! plC"LTCr punt r CKYVQV PN C.r'l Els' T' Tb" r' LWTC-v'L l V "CT A C' stuflu Tl .ll- " . l V L ub TL l Ls .wat Ar 'wg,r HQ' A. C'17 ,L 'tilrx D r tlwx llie Public Spealcing Club The Public Soeoklng Club IS one cf the most act-se clubs rn the schoc lt IS known throughout the district especially for its usually victorious debate teams. The two outstanding debate teams of the year become the varsttv squad and Dartlcl- pate in both National and Pennsylvania Forensic League octrvltfes. This year's team debated a commendable season, easily taking the sectlonal honors tal the Pennsylvania Forensic League. Learning to speak before an audience, meetlng people, going an trips and working for greater honors are helpful both in school work and in later life. These exaerlences make mem- bers into outstanding scholars and leaders in social activities. Congratulations to the speakers of this yeur's varsity' -Lucille Morgan, Joseph Sled- larz, Florence Stahlberg, and Lester Rubenstein: and the alternates Joe Gustafson and Charles Barry, who have all come through with flying colors. Dramatic Club Mr. Busch, the sole sponsor of the Dramatic Club, organized this group glvc some af the pupils in Woodlawn a chance ta show their acting ability. Recent have shown his ambition not to have been a failure. in order to productions This club has no officers except a treasurer who is Bull Cadman, This year the club presented: "Ghosts Never Due," "Mane," "What A Life," and "Henry Aldrich." They also presented many assembly programs and an educational week play. FIRST ROW: B. Schultz, E. Bonner, N. Murphy D. Gordon, R. Mears, F. Stahlberq, R. Burke Mr. Elkins, L. Morgan, J, Lebedda, M. Fawcett L. Leeming, M. M. Kane, R. E. Hepps. SECOND ROW: F. Lordon, E. Khorey, F. Carr B. Stuart, B. Kearton, C, Barry, J. Siedlarz, B Anderson, T. Bonner, E. Hancox, L. Rubenstein, J Gustafson, G. Suba, B. Sutton. FIRST POW, Lett to Right: J. Schrading, N Neundori, W. Trimmer, W. Pillar, C. Willis, A Smoolte, L, Ward, SECOND ROW: F. McDowell, M. Posipanlma, Moore, S. Nemeth, A, L. Martin, D. McShane, Hinzel, J. Bush, V. David, C, Crawford, R. Con- way, L. Freucht, I. Bush, W. Mulligan, M. L. Pat- terson, D, Gemeinhart, M. M. Thompson, B Forbes, M. Flaitz, THIRD ROW: R. McDona'd, P. L. Harkins, M Critchlow, J. Hartman, L. Barrett, M. Redshaw N. J, Redshaw, M. Higham, R. Canfield, N Haddad, B. Gerhold, M. Mach, D. Tice, L. Mehl- ferber, B. Conway, M. Kovacs, L. Catina, M. E Wright, L. Weckerle, M. Popovich. FOURTH POW: Mr. Busch, E. Sorobach, N. Tice E. Docherty, L, Blattner, A. Hughes, L. Swiclrley R. Weldon, J, Barnes, J. Miller, W. Cadman, W VanKirk, A. Reese, D. Coon, A. Bonner, A. Link O. Carr. L. H FIRST ROW, Lett to Right' D. WalIace, G. Na hay, G. Hutchinson, I-I. Kohn, L Morgan, A Harr, B, Post, J. Masenko, E. L.cas, SECOND ROW' W. Carr, M. BarchfIeId, D Ban- yas, H, Tornsin, A Zenchu, K Mitz, D. Urban, S Bangor, M, ShIss'er, T. ManseII THIRD ROW: C. MQGIII, M. Lacko, D. NiIes, J. Howat, E. Bonner, D Pastor, F Gustafson, I Haddad, M, MehIIerber, B. Rusnak, M. TIteIs T ROW J Ambrose D arp M Laco nd arz Sch M Les: SECOND ROW E Sorq I Haddad F Gus at son organ r Wen an Sa ance Howell J Garland B Wultrout RD ROW L Strang J Srvnts W Ander ndus u rr Khor J Masen o Prosser N MCG-uure AnnuaI taff Edutor In chuet LactIIe Morgan Assnstant Edttor Ann Horr Basnness Manager Robert Past Lttcrarx Edltor Dorothx Urban Art L.Intar Ceculua MCG II Sports Edttar Ruchard WaIIaCC twgraphx Edttar I-Ierbort Kohn I-Ieat Txotst Dorothy Pastor SoctoI Edttor FIorence Gustafson Three adwscrs Mr McCar'hx Mr Ramsey Mr I-Ivatt Ltterarv Staff Cather no Matz Lats Strong Martha Laika Marne Thats Agnes Zencbu Thomas Mansell Jean I-Iowat Leonard Zogran Vtrgtnua Lvcoe E Bonner N Patterson VtghIfQrbe cr I'IaICIWm5 rt Txlvlrta O M IT Ins Stwtt M I-I Jana S Bangor Bastness Staff Georgg MaCShanQ Phx,II s I-I WQII Dar s NIIQS Martha Sc:htssIQr Martha L arc of so 0 Q o to Jack Grlssett G c ErI-abc Gsorac Emma OnI E I busmcrc trnatiettg rsasnaf f w Student Councrl I 'Wanna h w Q 1 ph rv rgshrnfr of OFFILE rp 'Ir Fms 1 . , . sw , . I, J. Se' I , M. LaIrd, B. ultz, , s'g. I . , . , . t - ,L,M ,M. 'la,v, I ,P. THI : . , . . son, E.Ko',J.KI'I,E. ey,. Ir,M. I , I , i . , I , , , Phi. L I , . , A , X , 4 D I I I I fx' I., W 1 F NMII HI B ht: II I IJ II I'I tI It QI T. CZ I ' U H I to It '- . I E? N' it I - ItI rntst nap rtant vga' Izat I 'ts I 'L I-It: SCI ts tha sta itnt C tm- C'I II It Nazis ap T CIM' me-'W rw tw' yur' rt Vu' Str f 1 HK and I L.rI 1 Iv' ItrIL'r ' In' III.: at I r 'N H' P LY 'w t tw. L .mfs '3 sta ufnt mnv Imp ' f I .nrrargt Im- nun'- ltgr- Lu v'Ci'L'i Ir na Vw 'K v't"w,+ ws tr that :I.Ut'iQ - :att-I ' tm -tant'-t 1 .rf 1"Q'Ia I 1rL"7'.' rtfzzts ' ' w:rY 4 3' 1 'L "L1tt"Ls Qu ' IT Irr It-f M5 Dm- fu? . . NK. "at LSL- '- is V -s .1-.f . -gn ic-Tar: Srfrttn.-'ma-.". Dir S'1:rL Fifat. Ai. s X 'Jr k'Je':'t N I-Ixatt Y Woodlawn Student Council QON Le" ': Wg" A "-q'es L S-fc e. V 5, SCf,". V C"':" C- M Redsfaf- . laws W '-r-de'so' J Bed QOW I, Le" 'c Plqfk MW, Hi , V. Wes' N 'agen B. Used, E. Sahrrce, B. T-sac-, D rrdrx J, HRH J Jares, Mrs. French, Left Vo Right B. Flew-Inq, B. Po' Pooe Mrss Rush, G. Hnchirfson. Each close CWQCT5 rwrgh rcmkrrwg bow and QVTXS 2 f Uwcrcjc emi 0 an tvs wf HH V4 The :fumes of the cuLmC'N are mcrwx Tmx make Novus Crcrt charters f.r pcrbcs cm' ,Ther :Vcrrg gram Ccvdx carwcessons, acccm ccnsfwmtwns ffr c1.1bs cmd setf Q cm Grspqfe- whdw mgv Qrvse m The Scrum! proper. The courmcul also operates C1 ffowcr fum: wlmclrw un case an-. member of the Wgjcilowrw Scrwf1QW,rrc,forw lmmedrore fcmuIy5l'1OuNd dre, the scrum wrll bm fl ,wars Tim cffrccrs 3' Mrs rgrqorwwzoruon are Drcswrierwt, LCC, vcwy, Secretcrx Vrcmw Fed- shgv. Trcgsurw, Mrs Frefih Mr5, Hr!! Qfrf Mrs French Crg- epirrwgyrg w'F'v+NC Mr Bcggg xg We on ser, Stage Guild THQ Stage Gur ci uF1C' The dwrecf gr- 3' N4 QS Ruin :rc TVWQ In 33 if Mwwhcl' Hgh s Drgrvwtrc crwj fvmi cz prirrmcrrzns It z rgr cal pbxs, upererrc 3 assemblies, ond soecrci prggrorrwsi cmd ri k of CH frmcs. It ns thcrr ,nb r' srov fr!! The wie F' urs of the mzrwmg THQ CuL1wCrwCL'OmfCCST haw- Nc-fr It 45 rhewr pub rf, rcmrrw ti scrwcr i!C5f pr,JL1Cf 'rrw if Cr' LDCVCTTG fu Vefuff b rr A01 furrw-Turc Zvi limb E fp Paar C, Pi E b PM-mrrrg cv i Gi 'GQ HL.tCrwrs"r f r MG" ben rr- Mc XCCVQS' rrwerr wb t' let up sci-' ern sep me oudrf ti Yoke Awww Qcrlv the mc -ri Si an r frm- r Lmfrrmg rmm wr' Qrder zccfwrv offer rrwwg -:ffm c rdwf: Y, Miss uf' rTS Home Economics Club The Horne Ecfnom cs Club I c yen helpful organIzotIcn ot the sch An' Ing the nterestmg subyects upon vvl'lCl'1 It deals are cnofvng the correct types of c th rg 1 we dunno each sea on learmng how to cct at varIous 'SGCIOI ottaIrs such as banquets fcrnfc dances etc and the malwng of sport tnnkets Inc udIng ne Rlaces and bracelets The only restnctnon as to r'nernbershIp IS that one must belong I er to tl'e cl t rr cuolf ng C oss Anyone can benef by thIs most useful OSSOCIOTIOD Presudent VIce PresIdent Secretary Treasurer Josephine Tcylor ShIrlef WhotIIng Morgue Guydosh Betty Rohall MIss Nemel and M ss Cox are the sponsors ops The Tops IS not a club but an Honor SocIety The members are selected bx th Toppers themselves from o lust whIch has been approved by the teachers The Tops aIm IS to promote good cntrzenshlp relIabIIIty and loyalty The Tops are sponsored by MIss WIlheIrn MIss Brown and Mrs HIII The othcers ot the Freshman and Sophomore groups are NINTI-I GRADE Presndent ElaIne Salonce VIce PresIdent Ann McKInney Treasurer Dorothy D pner TENTH GRADE Presudent Dan Curran VIce Presldent Marulyn Re-dshow Treasurer None FRONT ROW Lett to Rqht I Kupec M Sla dnzar Hla mce M Guy ash o a W Ma D lc M Hovanec L Swnngle I Qu: SECOND ROW Lett to Rnght E Boyle J Booth u o B Mmnda A Mollnda J Craw or ss Cox M ss Newell A M Sabo H Mas aqy M nqo N alter v M Ivan V arr THIRD ROW Left to Rught G Gent L Metcalf ess u as R er Seer els o o c ou Rusna uerman D Jesse M Kohut H Paytok Re Schradlng MI er C Goldsmnth ROW Z Lett to Rnqht R MacDonald L S I Po I M m h D McShane A In H B V Davnd C Crawford S Rusnalm A Ke rw owdell r I rou rlqht S S a p J Schweunberg B Donne Anderson K Caspar B Moser R Mar ROW I eft gh! an Bretsynder R Losa W Alexander J Ward Race T Jaqeman R Wann J n Fetters R Fauldx ROW 3 Left to Ruqht MIss Wnlhelm F McDow Tce M Crntc aw J Hartman J H an Wa ker M Schurr Laura Barrett edshaw N w w I1 M ach A I lsumrnows M F Mooney J Br on M wer R antIeld I P L McCar :HI hs C mne nn r W 4 Lett to Rnqht C ook Do erty Nner A Hughes I We an rnes J I r I C An r D r E a ance Stu C Cole M I m L Hoche B J Ro V Grob 4' fr' xx , I S CCI Q I C I I I 3 u- . fc I I. C or s e th I I: h.ng . ' ' ' . If ' A ' , I ' . Y I I : . I . vaI I E. Bol ' I F. s ' kI . d I J. Tay' lorI B. R h III S. hatlinqI R, rinoI . Stet- an I . I . I . nn. D. B Ik I . ' I . ' I , t dI Mi I I I . . I . kyI H, N I . Ya I . W I J. Si itsI . L. Sull' I . C . D. Gr I B. Do gl I C, oq I J. yI M. Th 'I F. V ytk I M. S h pI B. kI G, Sch I , I . I . I M. HorvathI E, KaIvinI M. C. QuinnI A. M. Kasnik. I L to Ri 1 B. Rag I A. eseI R. L. I E. I . I . 'Il I . ' I . Ba I L. I . I F. ' . I ' 1 . I P. . Har- kin I J, W'lsonI T. s'pankaI L. ooreI S. Ne- et I , I . L. Mart' I H. in1eII J. ushI . ' I . I , I . a I E. C I L, J. Ha tIeyI J. W'It tI M. E. w' I I h r I . ' I . lIyI B. I . ' I I I tin, eIII D. I I , ' hl I . . . art- I dI M. l I . B. I I M, R I , J. Redsha I B, Max eIII E. M Se't I . J. HIIII M. M I . S. EricsonI M. L F'9 ' . I . . I . yd I . M Bo I C ' I P. F'eIdsI . . llsyI J. Gr' 'l I A. M K' yI S. K 'ghtI M s Hill. RO I I ' . Z I E, ch I l Bla I . I L. S-v'ckIeyI R, Id I J Ba I . M'IIeI E. Wa'nI . d esI . Dep' ne I . S l I J. f'IeI I dqeI . H'qf ha I I I AIlisonI V. SeraI B. , qersI . . 1.1 f" .I ' -f ' - ' , , t-IRST ROW: R. Post, E. Yarnia, K. Mitz, T. Man tell, G. Nagy, C. Poole, D. Banyas, B. John, R Flerning, E. Kcndis, K. V Todd, Director. SECOND Row: E. Allen, J, vebtm, A, Patfey son, R. M. Brennan, E. Duffek, L. Liston, H. Cha vasta, W. Karch, M. K. Walter, R. Diller, J Mcliibben, J. Howat. THIRD ROW: J. Savage, S. Glick, M. Clowes, P Bolibruck, E. Gustafson, I. Haddad, M. Horvath M. Horvanick, B. Furst, B. Stevens, A. Ridgers H. Lasko. FOURTH ROW: S. Cairns, G. Jann, R. Dienes E. Strng, B. Laughlin, J. Sudirnack, E. Grindle H. Strutt, F. Monk, F. Metcalfe, P. Threlfall, L Morgan. FIFTH ROW: M. Chisnell, E. Slava, H. Manfred J. Spang'er, V. Smith, F. Haney, P. Madida, W Horosz, W. Slava, S. Ackerman, R. Ott. SIXTH ROW: G. Vines, H. Dobransky, B. Vogt M. L. Guydosh, M. Fawcett, M. Sernan, A Stargle, W. Hess, G. Moss, J. Howcroft, R Cowelsh, C. Morgan. SEVENTH ROW: Cavanaugh, R. Wildinq, W. WIS Ion, P. Morris, D. Marcase, S. Barko, J. Winters L. Douglas, E. Hancox, A. Kane, J. McKibben W. Bower. art Cavanaugh, Wilson, R. Wilding, D. Grauger R. Post, D. Johnstone, L. Liston. rick, F. Hlasnick, C. Miller W. Humphries, D Gemeinhart, E. Donahue, L. Blattner, R. Weldon W. Sharp, N. McShane. Huston. Shane, M. Yango, R. Mears, M. L. Ries, H. Hough, J. Thran, E. Mears, L. Gerosky, B, Con- way, F. Sauk. FIFTH ROW: A. Kane, L. Obbagy, D. Marcase, P. Morris, R. Rodgers, J. Kelch, S. Palsa, R. Humphries, R. Gazdag, H. Youngrnan. SIXTH ROW: J. Schrading, P. Scandrol, D. Bal- singer, E. Proud, J. Grossett, W. Kreuter. SEVENTH ROW: D. Sharp, A. O'TooIe, B. Vogt, M. O'Toole, A. Lacy, H. Morgan, B. Zedo, O. Jenkner, M. Wassel, J. Allison, A. Patterson, D. Banyas, H. Heinzel, J. Bush. Band The band with its eighty talented members gave its untirang efforts ta co-operate with the community in its parades, with the school, and the football games, the County with its All-American Day at South Park. Choir To start each day off right the Munhall choir loosens up its vocal chords and bursts into song the first period in the morning. The organlatuan consisting of one-hundred voices is an A Cappella choir with soprano, alto, tenor and bass ranges under the direction of Kenneth V. Todd The varied program which the choir has nad this year lnclucled such outstanding suc- cesses as the Christmas program and the comic-opera "Sweethearts" The most spectacular event of the year was the operetta Sweetheart" written by Victor Herbert. "Sweethearts" is an operetta in two acts. The cast af characters are: Tainette . .... Bernice Vogt Dlsdainful Girl .. .... Lucnlle Morgan Jeanette . ,...... Ruth Diller Military Maud .. .. .Agnes Paterson Carr-ette , , . , .Wilhernina Karch Village Belle . . .. .Mary K. Waters Lizette . ...Rose Marie Brennen Sylvia ...,.. . . . .Gloria Nagy Babette . . ...... Joyce Veblun Dame Paula . . , .Kay Mltz Nanette .... ..... A nlta Stargle Franz ...... . - -CY POOIG Leaguette .... ..Jeannle Sudumack Karl .. ....,.. Bill John Romantic Girl . ..lsabelle Haddad Llane . .. DO'OreS Bonyos FIRST ROW' J. MCKlbben, B. Junstrom, W. Stu' SECOND ROW: J. Garland, C. Fetlers Y. Car- THIRD ROW: J. Taylor, B. L. Moore, N. Goed- dell, F. Jardine, B. Morgan, R. A. Miller, B. Pfeiffer, R. Conway, S. Johnson, E. Morgan, S. FOURTH ROW: E. Burgess, G. Millerin, D. Mc- Preparedness The Munhusko repre nt o cross Qectuon of If of Munholl Hugh for n This Dubllcotlon :S The summary of oll octnvmes C11 Munholl I Home Economics club gurls of sewnng ond cooking classes get fur ther experience In thenr domestuc fueld As the I-1: Y boys solute the flog ot one of thenr bu weekly meetings w see the foundotuon bean loud for good cufnzenshnp ACtIVltICS I I I I In se 5 -, ' I' e ' I . . , . n . I .W . I 6 . . Q The shop students real ly learn the mechanucs of thear ,ob by maklng the enery for the cass plays opera sp clal as semblles and commence The password of the debaters ns the spoken word IS mrghtler than euther the pen or he sword Foreslght and deep con centratson are developed tc great advantage by the chess players as they go on to greater vuctorues ss I Q ' - I I N' ment. - ll ' f ll 1+ HLETIC ln the modern world of today everybody ns preparlng for somethmg whether It be the gov ernment preparmg for natlonal defense or the students of hugh schools all over the country preparmg themselves physlcally as well mentally for their fight against the world of themselves physically In every possible way Under the capable durectuon of athletsc coach es and gym teachers we are makmg ourselves better specimens of men and women . . as today. Students at Munhall are preparing if . 'k i' if if L, - -Y - - i r- 'k if ,. 1 ,. f 'lr 75 FOOTBALL - King of Sports Munhall started its 40 season by defeating Cecil for the second year in a row Showing a fine offensive strength the boys were able to defeat Cecil by the very decisive score that of 26 for Munhall and a bug round O for Cecil The team showed plenty of promise for a successful season On September I3 Munhall journeyed to Duquesne for its first away game The Little Dukes were able to hold the Maroon and White team to a tue game for the first half but Munhall started the second half with a rush and pushed not one but three touchdowns over the goal for a total score of 20 to O Munhall had yet to be scored upon Thrills galore that was the game with Ellwood Cnty In a game that was decided in the final moments of play Munhall led up until the closing Q ACH FIRST ROWKE L MacD ald W R W D elly SECOND ROW D F x B Rdg J Kelly E Ya s RDROWCachMk t1PJmsCda gnbbosWNlcEIh G GSI arryEHI t hC s moments and everybody was ready to go home with Munhall the winner when Ellwood completed a long forward pass from Reina to Snare Final score I9 l3 We come back strong the underdog becomes the victor This was the story on September 27 when the Munhall team defeated Scott in a game tl'at see sawed back and forth the length of the gridiron Up until the third quarter rt looked like Munhall was due for another defeat however Munhall took the ball on their own 20 yard line and worked lt 80 yards for their first touchdown This tied up the score at 7 7 but in the last quarter we again scored for the final touchdown of the game and came home with another game under our belt The game ended I3 7 Led by its star backfleld ace Braddock was lust too tough or rather it was Blaslk that was too tough for it was Blasuk who led the Braddock team to victory Munhall was unable to get a score of any kind and the game ended I2 O This made the record up until this time 3 wins and 2 defeats Talk about your weather Playing before a small group of brave people Munhall and Brentwood battled back and forth up and down the field and stall no score We received a scare when late in the fourth quarter Ebersberger . , . . I I , , .. - 4 L 'V l : . ucas, J. on , . atigan, . ean, J. Robinson, B. Diaz, L. Hill, J. Conn , W. Van irk. : . o, . i e, . , . rina, Bair, Do poy, J. Fitzgibbons, D. Poole, C. Barry. THI : o ar owi , . a e, a m n, Fitz ' n, . inney, T. Bell, L. eorge, T. Travis, . ava, J. B , . asnicek, J. Vaslto, C. Poole, Hornak, Assis ant Coac ros . I , . I s - l . ' ' I I t - I . . . I . I I , - ' I ' I ' l I . I I I intercepted a pass thrown by Hlasnick and ran through the whole team to score, The ball was brought back however when it was discovered that Ebers- berger had stepped out of bounds during the course of his dash. The game ended with two weary teams trying to keep each other from scoring, The only winner was the weather, for people who attended the game went home with the sniffles, final score O-O. Led by the Forquer twins Swissvale handed Munhall its worst defeat of the season. Munhall just didn't seem to be able to get any drive in their play Final score 25-O. The game everybody was waiting for: the Munhall-Homestead game. Playing inspired football the team was able to accomplish something that no other Munhall team has ever done. lt handed Homestead the worst defeat that it has ever been handed by Munhall. Score Z2-O. Munhall scored all of its points in the first half. Munhall made its points on a safety in the first quarter and three touchdownsg two by l-llasnick and the third by Vasko. Final score 22-O. COACHES Mr Markowitz and Mr Cross CHEERLEADERS: M. Piotf, B. Slave, H. O'TooIe Top-L Badoloto W Deon H K h J o n Masenko E Lucas Center E Hlcsnlck J Connelly J Vasko Bottom G Slave J H on W Mcilhmney R Dunsavoge C Bonr J F ntzgubbons K ROW T Raqan J B y G Sla a J Hola T Kane Co ch Cross M DLE ROW Coach Marko z oste so Sa a J MacDo ald W NIcElh n FRONT ROW H Kohn Ma age A Z kerma D Poole J O Le ry Manager BASKETBALL Although the M,1nhall basketball team dndnt place very hugh un the W P l A L standings tcr the past year they were able to come out wnth 9 wlns and l2 losses The boys showed great posslbulxtues but they dldn t seem able to really play the brand of ball that they showed In practice Coach Markowitz used several comblnatnons throughout the year and for awhale It would seem that he had hut upon a wlnnnng team but then somethung would come up and he would leave to try another set of players Wrth Slava grad uatlng and Barry Hoza and Mclflhnnney beung :nel gnble to play next year Coach Markowutz played as many of the second strnngers as he possibly could tc gnve them all the experience that he could for next year Munhall s last game of the season was the one that determunecl theur tnnal standungs nn the league They were able to nose out MCKeesport for next to last place Dec MHS OPP Braddock DUQUQSUQ Swnssvale r-I-21-r-2 BAC 2 . , , err, . v I , I , v a . ID : wit , J. F r, G, Wil n, J, l v I . n , A in ey. 6 A 27 23 l7::: H 28 44 l. to - H Z2 36 Zl Avalon H 22 Zl W I3 H T8 39 2421: ' A 25 30 L I7 A Z3 21 281: H 30 33 L 20 A 20 25 F R,- 27 A 21 59 -1"' H 25 33 L 7 H 27 33 L J . ll' A 28 47 L 3 H 24 Z2 I4 c H 46 44 W 7 A 26 25 I8 A 26 32 L lOl: A 22 25 Zl :li ' H 25 2-l W l-l . H -13 27 25:31 A 37 36 W - t - -l Claurton McKees Rocks Mclieesport Brentwood Ford Cnty Turtle Creek e Homestead East Puttsburgh an Duquesne Rankin Braddo k East Plttsburgh Avalon Homestead Clarrton E Mclieesport McKeesporr SPE? Denotes League Games Total won 9 To al lost 2 NT ROW Left to Rght H Aderson Manager R Frsh T Gabocy W So ller R Saba A Chymelesk Belan R Gra QE OND ROW Left to Rrght H Naraskt Coach J Bongartes Scorekeeper J Burns C Morgan P Junstorn S Godo loskl J Grrppe E Chycoskr E Hlamcsk Assustant Coach J Vasko Manager JUNIOR VARSITY The Junlor Varsuty Basketball team under the drrectron of theur new tlon tc graduatung to the varsuty team next year Coach Norosku dad a verx good ,ob of nnstrllrng these fundamentals unto theur mrnds for they plated good ba ketball all year They showed much promrse and several fellows max see actlon on the yarsuty squad next season Although the team dudnt wtn toe many games they were tryrng all the trme and that was what counted They lukeft to wun but they were tryung to better themselves all the trme Thex learned an whrch basket to put the ball and howto put It there and that was vhat they were tryrng to learn FRO , i 3 . n , 5 , ' , . , . u l , . , . l. J. , . ham. coach, Mr, Noroski learned the fundamentals of basketball for their prepara- I T I J 7 4 Q ll 'K 4 I 5 V tr i .ig JL, ELING D B Ha R y o Ma a VOLLEY BALL The Munhall volleyball team upheld :ts splendnd record of the past few years when they were runners up to Coraopolns perennial wunners of W P V A Coach Wueland had only two varsuty members from last year about which to mold has team These boys were Brotherton and Erleba who played on the team that won the W P I A L champuonshnp nn l94O Under the cap able dlrectlon of Mr Wleland the boys played good ball and won many games and were finally defeated though by a team that has won the volley ball champnonshlps for many years Munhall s record for the last three years IS an admnrable one for In 39 they were runners up 40 they won the cham pnonshvp ond In 4l they were runners up Thus speaks much for the sport un Munhall and the teams are to be congratulated KNE : ick ost, Henry ddad, a H llis. STANDING: Mr. Wieland, Coachg Bernard Zedc, Earl Main, Geza Erleba, Bob Brotherton, Tom Regan, Eugene Kondis, n ger. ' I . . . . , - - - I 1 - I - . . . , . , ' . . SEATED J Stenner H Pace W Adamutz D Johnstone K Casper SECOND ROW M Posrpanka M Prosser R Dnller A Patterson Mss Marlrey D Sharp J Garland J Sa age RD ROW Mr Wlson B Rogers A Har K Mt D ppl A son N Sent a ford V D rd P L Harms FOURTH ROW S Murr H Wnlson J Reach P Bethune B Anderson W Watts B Weldon J Muller F Gaboco C Ferghtner NATIONAL Ready' Arm' Frre' Thus IS the signal for the Munhall Rutlettes to show their prowess at nfle shootung The gurls have certainly taken top honors an competition wuth boys teams all over the country Our team comprrsung of ten gurls Kay Mutz Ruth Diller Jean Garland Agnes Patterson Ann Harr Dale Sharp Dons Leppla Catherrne Crawford Mary Barbara Sorg and Jean Savage and 5 boys Wulluam Watts David Johnstone Harry Wulson Jack Steumer and Jack Reach are coached by Miss Markey Mr Wnlson and Mr Charlton has won the hrghest honors repeatedly an a boys sport The Amerucan Legron spon sored a match for a team of tuve members to shoot forty shots apuece against all other rntle clubs In the State of Pennsylvania of which Munhall come out on top wuth a score of l999 out of a possnble ZOOO z . ' , . , . ' , . , i , . , . , . v . THI Z . i , . , . r , . iz, . Le a, . S. Eric , M. J. Hill, E. . ' 1, C. Cr w , a, av' , . . k' . , . . . . . . , , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 - 1 - 1 ome brauns closely resemble backs what type f a lverb7 Another match of natuonal repute called the Induvudual Champuol h p an whlch each person on a team anywhere un the United States camp es wlth every other member ot the Junlor Natuonal Rutle Assocuatuon 4 tt e coveted crown of Natuonal lnduvudual Champaon One at our own sh olers Kay Mltz won that match with a score at 500 out ot a possible DDL then she shot a score ot l32O to clnnch the match wlth an all tame record t lQ consecutlve bullseyes Thus IS the best score ever shot tor that partxcular match and only 7 bulls eyes under the world record at consecutlve shootnnwg lncludung lunlors and adults The fnrst team took flrst place IN the matches at Slxppery Rock Car negae and Oakmont In the American Leglon matches at Oakmont Kax Mutz took furst place In the lndlvldual shooting Ruth Duller second and lcon Garland thlrd place CHAMPS . 7l 3 , 1 f ':r W- ' Marr' ' HC , X f r ,, . . . 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FEATURES The soclal aspect of Munhall Hugh School prepares us mos of all for socnabnlnty Wuthout soclabllaty we cannot succeed In any venture of hte We depend on our fellowmen In work as well as In play For success In lute s great journey cooperation ns a defnnnte necessnty The soclal snde of Munhall balances our lute lt gwes us a wholesome use of leisure tume and It develops our relationship wnth others ,K jr t 'k 'k if ,K i gg i f 'k if ir ir 85 F Jardlne T Sandberg M Myers M Prosser W Anderson M Jacobson C Barry J Garland R Jack N eddell J Gusfafson B Wllroul G Wlon N McGuire R Mears Dlller W Grelser N Mur rossell M Schlrra R e W ce hnnson K nnawall M sser P H Messe McShane M Lacko W Lloyd C Poole M Walson B Fleming A Paflerson E Henrlckson L Morgan J H wal P Howell J Herve Jumor Play Class ol 42 The class of 42 produced fhelr flrst ploy on February 27 23 l9-ll A comedy Foot Loose was glwen for the emovmenf of the copocufy oudlence Mlss Rush dlrected omother huge success and slorfed the closs of -12 on fhelr successful dromotlc rood Junior Play Class ol 41 The closs of -ll presented os thelr Jumor Ploy ln l9-40 o dellghrful comedy June Mol wrltfen bv Florence Rverson ond Colm Clemers The plov concerned the Wood Fomlly Dr ond Mr Wood lhelr doughter Pennv ond her trlols and froub es os on adolescent cspec c ollx wlrh o box flamed Chuck l-lorrls Elmer Turtle cmd Eflle two members of the stuff ol the Weeds oddel ccmcdw of eoch entromce os dld eoch chorocter of thus well produced comedy The cos! os well os the whole closs ff 4 fwes the success Q1 thelr Junlor and Semor Plow To thelr vers copoble dlrector Mlss Rush who dove her tlme so freelv ond wllllngly to the closs Thonks Mlss Rush 1 Q I Go , . , . l , . is , , ' 4 . , R. ' , . ' , . Pl"Y- J. G , . ' , . Burk , D, alla , G. Hufc ' , . A ,, . Shi I , R. osl, . i , M. o , . , . y. , I , U c . , R l - 1 - I ' ' l " X l s rmng R st an as ean :rr Howe Pooe M Shusler R McCaffer Gustafson M Watson G Hutchmson H Pfeiffer D Nnles M Barchfueld H Massue E Grundle V OLe y BACK T Mansell M Lacko J Howat Sensor Play Under the able leadershlp of Mass Rush the class of l9-ll look pride and lustly so IH presentlng for nts productlon of the year a new play by Sudney Duvall ONCE AND FOR ALL on November Zl and 22 A capaclty auduence made at a flnancual success as well as a dramatlc success The play concerned a young reporter and hrs wufe Mrchael and Lunda Webb who try to help the Benzettr family out of trouble and uncover an underworld organlzatuon Bullt on the stage were two apartment bulldnngs rnakung nt one of the most unusual settings ever presented at Munholl ln one apartment llved the Benzettl famuly Demetruo Anno hrs wnfe Nlcola and Puetro theur sans Sven Svenson the lanutor hrs wnfe Cora Across the court we fund Muchael and Lrnda Webb Chrlstune Defarge and her mother Flora Lonore Leblanc and Dorus Delray two dancers Mlss Rush drrected the play wlth the student coaches Vrolet OL ary and Florence Hlasnrcek Rosemary Burke was the manager with Dorothy Wallace ln charge of the ushers The cast was as follows Mschael Webb Thomas Mansell Linda Webb Martha Lacko Nucola Benzettl Cyrus Poole Puetro Benzett: Georae McShane Demetrlo Benzettn Rrchard Wallace Anna Benzettl Catherine Mutz Chrlstune Defarge Martha Shussler Flora Defarge Hettle Pferffer Elaune Grnndle Arnold Rrce Robert Post Sven Svenson Kenneth Anawalt Cora Svenson Lucrlle Morgan Wade Corrigan Robert Flernvng Doras Delray Mvldred Barchfleld Lenore Leblanc Helen Massle Dons Nules Mrs Bulge Dolores Banyas Mrs Walker Jean Howat Stew Vanzo Ronald McCafferty Mrs Pettngrew Florence Gustafson Phyllvs Howell Mrs Harrington Marne Watson Martha Schurra Charlle Wnllnam Carr Messenger George l-lutchmsan Announcer Wvllns Dean R. Fle ' , . Po , 0. B y , w. D , M. Sch' a, P. ll, C. I, . 'S , . fy, F. . , , , D 5 - ' g - ' . Cutstancling Seniors Wullnam Carr Martha Lacka Edward Hlasmqelc Catherine Mmtz Cvras Poole Rosemarv Burke Jean Howat Lucnlie Morgan Dances Dancing is perhaps the most popular pastime of Munhall High Schocl students and usually the class and club dances go to make up some ot th most successful social events of the year, The Library Club held its H rvest Club Dance in the Boy s Gym in an atmosphere of corn stalks and pumpkin' followed by the Debate Club s fall get together in the girl s gym. The Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Valentine Dance as usual was one grand suc- ces- with the soft colored flood-lights and sweet music and was the climax of Spring Dances. Something new in the danceline is Noontime Dancing created especially for students who carry lunches. Th n along with the va '- ous Tea Dances the Policemen s Ball sponsored by the Hall Cops with ts indoor relay gave the seniors somcthing to remember, Then came the climak couples danced to the music of Herman Middleman. Thus dancing at Munhall High School is really more than two peopie shuffling their feet in rhythmithis really represents good clean fun - operation social fellowship and school spirit at the same time Junior Sensor Dance Noon time dancing Mr McCarthy Mr and Mrs Lacko Library Club Harvest Donce ' ie C , I 3 C I 9 Vi ' I D of the entire yearwThe Junior-Senior Prom at Webster l-lall where about 73 I , co A18 45 A M the doors of Munholl Hugh open ond students flock In L ful the lofe bell or 5 ro 9 A techers o e nn e buuldlng beforc 8 30 The overoge tudmt spends o peruod o doy nn ence work The class per nods ore eoch obouf 40 minutes In length Thus year the boy ore seporoted from the guls for Chennvstry ln thas woy the boys Ieorn more about Chemsstry rn lndustry ond such whale the gurls con centrote theur effo fs on chemistry IU homernom A Typical Day ln tl1e Life 90 .' A 'Fx- ll r ' th the librory doing refer- . . I I - ing. of an Average Munhall SZTIIOI' x,-Y 91 It was in this laboratory that Howard Parkinson showed his interest and progress for which he was awarded the medal for the outstanding student in Chemistry The sewing classes meet daily under the super Some of the latest styles in dressmaking were de signed and made in this class Every Munhall Senior is studying English for the fourth year since this subject forms the basis for all others I , 2 r - 11 -c, f i f ' jj , vision of Miss Newell, ,, Nm! , . . .. A ' f 'Q - . 1 - y 32 A 1 JV I . , 'lf C1 CBIZDABI' September School started wuth a bang Once more we puck up our book for a year of study Freshmen and Wood'awners are stall wa k Ing around ln circles try rg to frnd thelr rooms We were rn thelr hoes once Re member? There must have been a sneezlng contest gaung on n Sr Scnence class today Some body graclous'y fnlled tne alr wlth sneezrng powder The cheer leaders were complafnlng about stuff knees today They are gettlng pre pared for our flrst game Beat Cecll Townshlp 26 to O n a fast mov :ng game Our luck beglns Our new gym teacher IS Mass Bllllngs ey replacrng Mlss Barnes The band practuced today Getting rn shape for the Duquesne game Clubs are bealnmng to organlze Second vuctary Duquesne beat them Z0 O Today was the flrst day of dancnng and a very good trme was had by all We got out at l 30 today to celebrate Homestead s 6Oth annnersary lt was also Constrtutron Day The semors are runnlna a recular store at noon :ce cream candy and mrlk Bug pep mectlng Can we yell Our luck falls us We lost to Elwood Coty I3 to IQ We cant always oe lucky We QOT out at 3 l8 today Annual staff announced wrth Mr Ramsey Mr Hyatt and Mr McCarthy as heads Furst Tea Dance was held by Glrl Reserves Sensors saw flrst movres today Battle For France Another vlctory for Munhall Beat Scott l3 to 7 Are we good Got out at 2 OO c clock today October KJ What' Tests already? Beware Most of us took an hour off to see Wlllkre We paid for lt though IA haf hour after school' End of sux weeks a ready Gee does txme Na school today Teachers lnstltute Senior play announced On e And For No school Regustratuon Day I m so sleepy Why can t vacatlon last for ever? Tned Brentwood U O Lets blame lt cn the snow Boy was lt cold Re ort cards todo Oh f l could wrt luke my mother Last day to reglster an order to vote Sensor play cast announced We got out at Z l5 to see the game Mun hall versus Swlssvae We ost by the way Zu O Prrmary e ectlon toflay QCHIOFS order rlnas The band presented Loggers Prom Park Avenue to ralse money for unnforrns Cenlor play tuclfets are now on sale Cow a play entltled l-terry Aldcrtdae pu an by the Junlors 3. Q . 4. A ' 1 - 5. ' , ' I . . - 6- ' T l . 7, , ' - t - 8. ' ' ' -1 , lO, ' A . - 21. T 'W . 13. ' ee , 15. D ' 17. 1 ' le. , ' ' Q h 20. ' - f .' ' ' 21. 1 1 . 22. " ' 1 . A 23. ' . , 24. 'A ' ' ' ' . 26. . . . ' ,, 27, ' 1 . 30. 3 'l , 1. . . H 3. 2 . 7. ' 1 . , fly, ll. eff ' 14. ' .e " Q Au." l5 ee " 17. ' . f - . l9, ' 2- . Zl p A I , 'f. , l te 22. ' 23. . 25 1 - 28 ' ' ' , - . 29. if 37 , . . . ' Sl ,V ff ,ff f November Saw a debate between Plttsburgh Unwers tty cnt Western Reserve Unlversuty Munhall D6 t Allegh ny Zl Go out at 3 lS Today IS wotlng day for Presndent of the Unlted States and our own school electlon The Smear Homestead slgns and the maroon feathers tel us that the bug game rs about here A bug pep meetmg was held ln the gym ln preparatlon for the Munhall Homestead game Last mlnute tlcket buyers swarmed the of face at noon for tuckets for the game The bug day has arrlved We won by golly we won The score was 22 O Armlstnce Day and Zlg hours of school Boy are we havlng the yacatnons We only had clas es ln the mornlng today At one oclock we had an assembly O .owed by a vlctory parade Vlsatlng night .or the parents Mom w want to know why Johnny got that E The tickets for the sensor pay are galng fast and furuous Sales classes went to Woodlawn to glve sales talks on the Senlor Play The cast IS beung packed for the Ch lstmas play and the sewlng classes are startlng to desngn the costumes Senlor play cast got out early to prepare for the play Flrst nlght of the play lt was a howlung success success Our sensors are really good Got out at Q l8 Teachers meeting lndlvldual plctures taken of freshles sopho mares and yunnors for the annual Junlor and sensor aarty ln the gym at 8 I5 A huge success At la t Tnanksg yung and no school December L Saw an assembly Mr Rnchelsen talked on The l-lerntage of Amerucan Youth Das mrssal was at 3 ZO W got our second report card already Yahooclle must caryr the tame away Sensors are getting thelr lndnvldual plc tures taken already for the annual Chrlstmas seals are on sale Gee yours are swell Look how terrlble mane are These are the remarks we hear from the senuors that got the r proofs on Frlday Sennor rrngs arrlve and are we thrllled Annual Chrlstmas play hed at the Car ne I9 Lubrary It was a great success Thanks to Mxss Rrshberger Mr Todd and Muss Push Last day of scleool Two weeks vacatlon Wheeeeeeeeee January Back we come Our vacatlon took wnngs and flew away We got the nucest an nouncernent thus rnornlng Examlnatlons start on the slxteenth Have you notuced the new sweaters the boys are wearlng Chrlstmas gufts 2. AA o t e -T A -l. t ' . 5. A 6' H H . s. A 2 - 9. . , A , ll, A A A IZ. A s A , A f l- I3. T t 1 A . lll 14. : A 15. A l8. A A A r 20. A ' A 22. Second nlght of play and more than a 25. A -: . ' 26. ' , - 27. I A 2 , 25. s. A ' . 2. ' . , 3. e A .A '. 4. . . A - 5. . A 6. I f . 16. A ' . lg. Y - g . . 'o. A A . . . 6. . 7- . Saw movles on vacatlons More sensors proofs arnve Our school has a very vacant look about lt Everybody seems to be absent on account of the flu epldemlc Happy aays Exams postponed on account of the flu Got out at 3 Saw a very lnterestlng assembly Gladys and Regrnold Laubun told us about the In dlans and dnd a few ndlan dances Exams started today My worrylng beams The xams are over Schedules are be ng changed Noon danclng stopped Got out at 3 20 New semester started Rev Phllllp Y Lee from Chncago Ill talk ed to us on Chnna He also played a Ch-nese flute and sanq ln Chunese and Englush The fnnal day' ' Report cards Mud Term I only dldnt have to show lt to and Po February The startung of a new month Ive heard several senvors remark that they are goung to turn over a new leaf for the rest of the term Whats the matter getting scared? Club plctures were taken today Sensors have retured from hall cop duty and the juniors have taken over Sensors order name COrdS The end us draw :ng near The sensor hall cops had a dance whuch was Have you seen Luculle Morgan and Erwnn Koval rushnng In and out of the rooms tak Ing DICIUTSSD Glrl Reserves and Hn Y Danc A very bla affolr and t turned out perfect Go out at 3 IFS Senlors are passlng out name cards Sweethearts has been chosen fo the sprung operetta Glona Nagy and Cyrus Poole get the leads tn the operetta Tlckets for Sweethearts are now on sa e March Munhall beat Westunghouse ln Volley Ball Saw movles on news Munhall beat Duquesne at Valley Ball Frlday Hot dnscusslons on prom golng on Home rooms dlscussed vocatlonal cllnrc Report card ' The ones havlnn IOO rn Red Cross druve got out early Assembly German Play Sentors names are belng checked for dlplo mas I wonder what thats a slgn of Flrst day of sprang Haw vt does effect us A good many gf us must have sprung fever Several have been aught gaung out the wlr1dOwS Two types of annual covers have been dns played Debate team held a Gymboree tn the gym to send debators to Penn State College There IS a contest golng on ta name Mun hall s Athletuc Club Ga out at 3 I8 :I8 I ' e E , , V ini , 4 lf A ' ' Mo a very lovely affair. , Av .- . f I .. If If I r - rl I fl I F s. A YL ' I' Z . Aprl May une Aprll Fools Dav We e you caught? The operetta cast has been cumlng tc school early rn rnnng Have vcu c prom bld7 Democracy test held Have you ordered an annual? If not you better get your order ln Ann I-lavr Btll Johns and Tom Mansell gat the hugnest scares an the Democracy test N ce golng Good luck Oh how warm lt IS outside but we stay on the lnslde The 'ast day and then Easter vacatuon Arn I golng to sleep? Why cant lt last forever Just when w were gettlng restea we have to come back Oh w ll vacat on I lust around the corner Have you s en the article Mr Lloyd has ln the Mes enger on Munhall Present Very lnterestlng W re excused at 3 20 Vocatuonal Gund Frnday Thomas Mansell as leavlng to Lexunqton Kentucky Saturday as a representatxve of Pennsylvanua Munhusko gave free tuckets tor the operetta Matlnee for Sweethearts hed at Car negue Llbrary Flrst performance of Sweethearts and t was a huge success Second performance of Sweethearts Also a huge success Report ca rds Out at Z -45 Bug teachers meetung Glrl Reserves recognntoon Gym Exhnbltuon at Munhall Recreatlon Field Brggest event of the year Arnld brlghtly colored dresses and gay co ored sults he tumors and sensors danced at the Webster Hall for thelr tlnal dance the prom Flnal exams begun Debate Club lnltlatnon Senlor Receptlon Annual ptcnsc at Kennywood Fun was had b all Commencement at West Fseld At last we get our duplomas -I l. ' r fu 2. . f 3. I . 4. . 5. ' A - , 6. , , s 7. , 9. f . I5. ' 1 . e 27, e s . . . s " . s"? l6. 'e 1 . ' - anceClinlc at Munhall an the evennng. l8. . Zl. . N r Q 22. ' ' . 23. E' I " " ' - 24. ' " " l 25. " 28. , 5. 1 . ' . 7. . l5. I l6. T ' ZO. ' ' 23, ' . 27. ' . 28. . y . J 3. . .,, HOMESTEAD BUICK CUMPANY lf' E1QXTxN'RTV f'1.LwL:c Hi mutgcici Rcrmmx nw QI SAN' IT VVNTH HOVVERS 'cCftVVtlwA OL PI ICIxI R AND STROINC r Q Complnmcnts of I FONA THEATRE Limp' meme Cf F-,xl STAHI FLITI AND PARK THFATRFS Hr wwutgod 43 RONDIS PRI QS PRINTFRS SNAPPY SEI NICE PLEXXSINC PI NCES HUM! STI XD PONIIAC CONIP XNX NDNLLXX FO Tl TH 31 1 S JI . , . T , . . . - 1 A ' I E 1 giwrf Ax 'rms Hcwz' ICO! 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Q I I C . . - Congratulations MUNHALL CLASS or 41 THE WILKENS AMATEUR HOUR THE WILKENS JEWELRY COMPANY Q Weh ON E Z CREDIT EIGHTH AVE 81 ANN ST HOMESTEAD Q xx X . 5' :fi 1 1' ,f 1 Q Jack "E Z redltu "Tiny" Brian MCD Id Logan Ellen Sutton """"' "' """ 1 U from and Head uarters for Diamonds a c es Fine Jewelry Radios Complzments ot REDSHAW MEN S WEAR 137 East Elghth Avenue Homestead Penna ESSER BROTHERS THEATRICAL WIGS TUXEDOS 322 Liberty Avenue Puttsburgh Penna DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS COMMUNITY PHARMACY Professional Pharmacusts 815 Ann Street Homestead 3442 BRANNA STORES CO Homesteads Leadlng Army and Workungman s Store SPORTING GOODS 323 E Enghth Avenue Ho 0202 Homestead Penna GRACE MARTINS SCHOOL a school dnscrumunate Secretarual tor Young Women 17th and 18th F1oors Keenan Buuldnng lttsburgh Pennsylvanua GILLEN AND COULTER CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Thus home us dedlcated to the nal Sleep repose herenn and ns for the use and comfort ot relatnves and truends 319 East Nunth Avenue Ho 4100 Homestead Penna MERVIS MOTOR SALES STUDEBAKER MOTOR CARS 420 Eighth Avenue 1707 Homestead Penna Compluments ot SMYTHE S DRUG STORE Corner of Eughth ond Ann Street Homestead Penna 9 7 . I 3- - K7 c' -I , .fi ,- COSTUMES memory of those who in Eter- 5 ,as-5 ' ' A 1? 232444-S" I ' Y ' I ' Hot S , I I , , , JACOBSON-GORDON Inc Eighth Avenue and Llbrarv Street Homestead Nlunhall, Penna Phone Homestead 360K KLEIN S QUALITY MARKET MEATS AND GROCERIES The best In tuner foods Phone Homestead 2200 3716 Mann St Homestead Park Campluments Ot BONNIE FROCKS Phone Ho 3228 Homestead Perma THE NIFTY SHOPPE l-lomesteads classuest store te-aturlng SMART CLOTHES Bx Earl Cragg R nt Dress Butts tor all CCC5lOT Shoes for the entire tamzly lLirtle sb VICTOR SI-IOF COMPANY Homesteads Larges Shoe Store 316 East Enghth Avenue Ho 1 59 Homestead Perma Where the better set meets TOM S CANDY SI-IOPPE Homestead s most popular CANDY SHOPPE and TEA ROOM East Eighth Avenue Ho 9488 FAMOUS CANDY CO Wholesale CIGARS TOBACCO CONFECTIONERY Groc ry specualtues and drugs DC-l East Evqhth Avenue Ho 1386 Homestead Penna Congratulatlons to e CLASS OE 41 Meet xour frlends at a frlendly store CR YCI Vs II LI AMS T . 35 5 I 9 7 ' , , Pa. ' E ' I G . , 229 East Eighth Avenue - . I E th 1 A 1 f 7 . , .2 ,G C el F J CLH DE MILI ER REAL EETATE INSURANCE Engntla Avenue one Homestead Rernc JONES AND MICI URI: NOTARY PUBLIC Insurancf at AII Knnds ReaI Estate and Rentung Sen ee 538 East Ntnth Axenue Homestead Renna UNITED CANDY SI-IOPPE For better CANDY and ICE CREAM WeI known tor auaIntx 23C EastEugIwtI'1 Avenue 949C Homestead Penna Comohments ot MLSHEEI-IYS DRUG STORE THE REXALL DRUG STORE 3I I East Engnth Avenue Homestead, Renna 'New 8g H SANDWICH SI-IOPPE ear Eeea t moderate ance Medern Ar Condztlfbnlng 376 E Etgbtn Avenue Home te d Renna RORTAELF TOUCH CONTROL The perfect macnune tar student Ea 5 Payment PORT PITT TYPEWRITER COMPANY f-If Ltterty Avenue A antuc 32 Your Home Should Come Etrst I-IILK S FURNITURE CARPETS 2 EIgI'1tI1 Axewue Homestead Renna Our Cor gratuIatuons MEYER I GRINBERC1 HOUSE IURNISHINGS and ELECTRICAL STORE ZI9 Englatn Avenue Homestead Renna XY E T 'ITG' x Y I-I ' . 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I ' I I , Q o , , , . VE-It FARKAS GROCERY FINEST MEATS AND GROCFRIES SQOS Mom Strcet Hom stead Park P e Ray Make Your Next SuIt RAY S MEN S WEAR Homestead Penna MAY DRUG COMPANY ZOO East EIghth Avenue Homestead Penna PRESCRIPTION SPEC IALISTS Comohments ot AMOS SUPER MARKET Camphm nts ot MRS NEI LIE MCSHAINE J A F F E s tor your SUIT OR COAT The Store tor Dad and Lad 335 East Enghth Avenue Homestead Penna DUFF Graduates get PosItIons Why? DUFFS PLACEMENT BUREAU HELPS 863 found work I9f4O DUFFS IRON CITY COLLEGE -I2-I Duquesne Way AtIantIC 4373 PIttsI3urgh Comphments ot CLARK CHEVROLET CO an 7-I3 West EIghth Avenue POULTRY STORE Homestead Penna 1 . 1 e T e , a. I I 7 L t f , j , 3 I 11 11 1 . I I , , I I I I ,Q , ,s,C,s,,s, ,, M, , as ,L I I I I , . 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