North Huntingdon High School - Norhiscope Yearbook (Irwin, PA)
- Class of 1949
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Litfrary Editors. Betty Irwin,
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BIlSi7lf'S8 Managers, Lois Ann
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Adviser. Dorothy M. Davis
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For one who smiles so, has no
need to speak.-Browning
As a token of appreciation for her work and effort in
her 25 years of teaching, the Norhiscope Staff is proud to
dedicate this yearbook to Miss Anne Santner. Her willing-
ness and co-operation is shown in her work in the canteen,
mimeographing and acting as senior class adviser for the past
three years. This year she was made an honorary member
of T.E.G. and also organized the Knitting Club. Miss Santner,
we salute you for your great interest in all school functions.
Replenishing the supply
of the candy machine.
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Guided us into the future
Mr Carl C' Pearsall
Prlnczpal and Superintendent
Mr Carl C Pearsall was admlred
greatly by the faculty and students for
h1s fr1endly personahty h1s efflclency
and hls cooperat1veness He was never
too busy to talk over problems wlth
students or faculty He proved h1mself
to be a frlend as well as an adm1n
Mr Ellsworth D Schwartz compe
us through the past year w1th out
standmg ab1l1ty unequalled falrness
and excellent supervlslon The neces
s1ty of keepmg the good name wh1ch
was so pamstakmgly galned for the
school prompted Mr Schwartz to rec
ommend many worthwhlle measures
We w1sh to express our thanks and
our gratltude to hlm
Mr Ellsworth D Schwarz'
v tent principal of the. school, has guided
Presenting our scholastic leaders
Janet Brown Winifred Johnson
Audrey Carlson Eleanor Krick
Anna Marie Carroll Lois Lauffer
Rita Colinear Sophie Maystrovich
Betty Irwin Myron Miller
Bausrh and Lomb Sczence Award Wznner
Wmnrw of the Ammiran Lemon Essay Contest
Rita Colmefir Wmifred Johnson
Lonqratulatzons Myron on ummnq the Bausch and Lomb smenfe award
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Gained by thezr
fme co operatzon
The students of North Huntlngdon Townshlp
conslder themselves prlvlleged to have such
quallfied men servmg on the Board of Educa
t1on Thelr s1ncere mterest ln the welfare of
the students and thexr unllrnlted cooperat1on
wlth the faculty members 1n DIOV1d1I1g a mod
ern up to date educatlon has earned the gratl
tude of all Thelr excellent Judgment and keen
lnterest 1n the students problems have helped
make the school an A 1 1nst1tut1on of learnmg
Mrs Mary Shepler
Mrs Mary Shepler energetlc
secretary of the admlmstratlve
OfflC0 has played an lndlspen
runnmb smoothly and efflclent
ly Her pleasant xx ays and ready
sm1le have Won her many
frlenos among the students and
Left to Hght Robert Patosky Robert Herrold Joseph Clark Earl
Pamter George Watklns Thomas Hoak John Hughes
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h ' ' I . '. .1 . ' . sible part in keeping the school
Lead us through trymg moments
ohn Bmw Olga Caulcy
zllzam Coudzfnom Maman Dailey
mothy Dams Edzth Duncan
Interested art students
1 B C111 all Cul t e N1 h. Ln umnty of Plttsburgh
thl gu dung force beh nu mul hardwood qulntet
lns gun 1nd nealth tlmqfs t1k up most of hls
tnnt mxn fn Q fnd 1 sn
OI QA LAWLEY
' 1 s ut l1tt-alan: adviser of the
111111 C llkm s ri 1111 nn, and the atrlcals
Impw to trnrl to Europe worn 'Ill all around grand
pe :son know Il tor her utalxtv and pep
A B Washmgton and Jefferson College aided the
ssnlors 111 tluxr study of Shake-spsare s Macbeth
IH eumi wb as adxlsel to the H1 Y attends
1ll spo s
A B Tlnel Colleze l0Illblll4 s th: dutles of a
lmusr wxfe wlth those of a teacher makes her Span
1sl1 tlasses wery pleasant dlreets the actlvltles of
the H1 Lltes wxth an efflclent and bllSlIlGSS llke manner
DOROTHY DAY IS
B S UIIINCTSIIQ or Plttsblngh punts all excellent
ldusrr of th: xearbrok rnably conducts hex
ireshn m math and b-mkkfepn1g clissm her pa
tn nee lS l1IlllHllIf'ft '-pw 11ds hu spur n1u1nc11ts with
d gunrl book
B S Indlana State Teachers Collmpza spends much
tlme and effort dlI'F'Ctlllg the '111 H1 Y makes
141911011 class lntere 11nL b9SldtS teachlng freshmen
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'xtlons the yeal lound 'Judge and golf donuua
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P S UlllXPlN1tQ uf Pittsburgh sutuuls 111 llldklllf.
fshmen Fngllsh mtfrestmg lplldblx aduses th'
mmm class dnldes her time betwef 11 teaching and
keepmg lmusw .1 good utample uf Xlldllh
B S UlllN9ISltX of Plttsburgh assisted Mr Nllth
acls 111 perfectlng the xarslty football squad
structs the academic students m the lYll.l'lL8llfS of
phxslcs and chemistrx partxcularlx interested ln
tll tw pes of sports
JO EPH MENHAM
B S Pennsxlxama State College responsxble for
th: antlcs of the band at football games clalm
plmntugraphx as his hobbx a werx frlendly fellow
spfnds much flillf gzfttmg the mixed chorus ln
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Jaw ph Menham
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Plttsburgh hls leadershlp and tralmng m tootball
led our team to many YIPLOFIPS tearhes Amerlean
history to the Juniors always seen talklng to tht
boys a wlllxng helper
I ORRAINE PETERS
A B Seton H111 Collmgf .1 0 arluser of lN If I
'md promoter of Qulll and Sc roll l6"?iChlllg mmm
Engllsh classes makes up her school day a Wllllllg
helper to both students and faculty
A B Oberlin College 'NI E Un SPFSIIQ ol Pltts
burgh could be found ln the library checklng ex
Cuses has an abundant source of mformatlon for
her history classes newer too busy to help the
B S Indiana State Teachfrs College N E Unl
xersltv of Plttsbu gh prmfs to be a friend wmth
haxmg Capable SBYIIUY class arluser lllStl'UCl'w
students ln fundamentals of tx pmg 0njn5s klllttlllg'
Chemzstry class proved excztmg
Florcnec Sauszdcrs Elsie Schwartz VVarren Shepler John Speer Edith Stanfest
FLORENCE SAUNDERS VVARREN SHEPLER
H. S, Rowling Green Cornrnereial College . . . B. S. and B. S. California State Teachers College , . . A E
Al. E. University of Pittsburgh . . . diligently trains
wiininereial students in shiirthand and office work . . .
--irioys painting and writing during spare time.
ELSIE SCHVVARTZ JOHN SPEER
A, FI. l'niv1-rsity of Pittsburgh . . , shows the sopho-
nnlres the brighter side uf grammar . . . makes "The
Tull- 4-I' Two Cities" twine alive in her English Classes
, , . noted for her friendly personality and neat attire.
EDITH STA NDFEST
University of Pittsburgh . . . efficient student athletic
director . . . a sincere friend to all . . . eapably solves
problems of higher mathematics . . . thoroughly enjoys
his teaehing career at Huntingdon.
B. A. Lafayette College . . . new to the faculty th N
year . . . leads students into the past in his hm
and eivics classes . . . most nf span- time taken nn
with traveling, ramping and fishing.
B, S. University of Pittsburgh . . . travels by bus earli
day froin Pittsburgh . . . ever ready adviser of
nian r-lass . . . knits many beautiful pairs of argylc
sneks . . . teaches senior math and algebra.
Take a letter.
Aided our learnings
Marking, cutting and measuring
all in a day's work.
BETTY VAN DERSCOTT
B. S. Indiana State Teachers College . . . reads and
attends movies quite a bit . . . adviser of T.E.G. . .
a homemaker who sc-ws, keeps house and cooks in a
manner befitting so ex:-4-lll-nt a homn- f'1'lbllUYlliK'S te-aclicr.
B. S.. M. E. University of Pittsburgh . . . twiclies social
business subjects to commercially minded students . . .
gives much time to directing activities of cheerleaders
. . . enjoys sewing and driving her rf-fl Ford . . .
possesses a sparkling smile.
B. A. Juniata College . . . acquired many friends among'
students and faculty her first year at Huntingdon . . .
teaches Latin and junior English . , . possesses a pleas-
ing personality . . . cooking and reading claim many
B. S. Millersville State Teachers College- . . . tv-ar-lies
industrial arts . . . proves himself a 1-onnpetl-nt coach
uf junior varsity basketball tr-am . . . well liked by
students and faculty . . . spends span- Iinn- looking
after his daughter.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS .7
From Left to Right:
C. Lauffer, Colinear,
Mrs Schwartz, MISS Santner,
L Lauffer, Elchelberger
7,12 Semvr CIMA
When the class of 49 first entered hlgh school they
had no ldea of the good tlmes and hard work that lay 1n
store for them 1n the four years to follow They spent thelr
freshman days at Irwm Jumor Hlgh Under the leadershlp
of Mrs Juha Warden they elected as then' offlcers Jack
Elchelberger presldent Arthur Lentz vlce president and
Rlta Colmear secretary
In the fall of 1946 the class of 49 returned not to
Norwm but North Huntmbdon vuth Mrs Elsle Schwartz
as advlser After adjustmg themselves to a new school
they chose as then' leaders Jack Elchelberoer presxdent
Carl Mmerva VICC presldent and Gertrude Kebernxck
alded by Mrs Helen Hadley worlung dlllbently to ralse
monev and plan for the Jumor Semor prom Jack Elchel
berger Clarke Lauffer and Lo1s Lauffer were elected as
presldent v1ce presldent and secretary respectxvely
The class of 49 advlsed by M1ss Anne Santner spent
a record year as semors excellm IH sports pubhcatlons
act1v1t1es and scholarshlp Chosen to lead the class ln 1tS
final year were Jack Elchelberger pres1den' Clarke Lauf
fer uce presldent Lo1s Lauffer secretary and R1ta
Collneal treasurer As each member of the class looks back
on these four years they w1ll alw ays remember them as
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DONALD ACALO l"I O
Don possessor of an ever ready smrle
follovx ed general course hopes to be a coach
after graduatron thrnks there rs no sport lrke
baseball enjoys collectmg prctures of baseball
RALPH AD AMS
Ralph one of our taller boys possesses
a very pleasrng voice member of Hx Y Mxxed
Chorus and Yearbook Staff rs the proud
ovx ner of several unusual pets rates dancrng
RICHARD ALBILR F
Rrch a Lettermans Club member
tollovsed academrc course has no rmmedrate
rather partral to basketball came from Irvun
m Jumor year
VVAYN E ALBERT
Wayne plans upon gomg to college after
graduatlon member of Latrn Club Brology
Club and Camera Club presrdent of home
room finds collectlng stamps a pleasmg pas
trme enjoys swrmmmg
FRANK ALTM AN
Frank one of our qureter lads seems
to lrke worklng at the local five and ten cent
store actrve ln all mtramural sports
become an mterror decorator IS hrs arm
MARY ANN ANTONICH
Metchre clarms Rrllton as her home
member of Rule Club TEG and Lrbrary Club
loves to go horseback rrdrng Wlll go to
busrness school hopes to make good 1n secre
George undecrded upon future plans
member of football team vlce presrdent of
home room entered school 1n Jumor year
from East McKeesport happy vlhen dr rvmg
hrs Ford or plavrng football
Corrme pursued the academrc course
easy on the eyes an eager spectator at all our
basketball games as yet undeclded about
future plans spend much trme on the dance
Donald Acalotto Ralph Adams
Rzchard Albert Wayne Albert
Frank Altman Mary Antonzch
George Basel Corrzne Barrett
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CERALDINE BLI LIS
Gerry nas er1ous plans for becom1ng a
nurse secretary of Sclence Club member
of TEG and Camera Club enjoys dancmg
and sltatmg dehghts 1n Watch1ng a good game
Paul never has much to say followed
the cadem1c course never mlssed a football
game happy when he IS danc1ng plans
for future are undeclded between college and the
.I EANNE BEST
Bessy chosen Queen of the Hop
po ses Ol of a beaut1ful sm1le Leaders Club
member favor1te sport IS basketball vxhethex
pa1t1c1pat1ng or Just watch1ng come from
North ITWIH 1n Jun1o1 year
Pete one of our tall boys fr1endly
towards everyone general course student
enjoys t1nker1ng around mechan1cs plays a
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mg a fir eman
Geraldzne Bellzs Paul Bernard
Dolores Bzgler Robert Bzlott
Doe easy on the eyes a neat dresser
has a part1cular 1nterest ln basketball
member of Band Chorus H1 L1tes and Yearbook
Staff attended our dances regularly
11ndec1ded about future
Bob a fun lov1ng guy w1th no end to hlS
um and v1gor an act1ve member of H1 Y and
the Yearbook staff IS known for hxs ab1l1ty
to play the accord1an
D1ck an ardent blseball fan Jomed the
act1v1t1es of the H1 Y and the N F L bus1ness
manager of the Yearbook served as VICE
pres1dent of Student Councll plans to enter
EDNA JEAN BObTEDO
Jean alms to go IHIO the secretarlal field
typ1st for the H1 L1tes part1c1pated 1n
act1v1t es 1n the TEG dehghts 1n a good
game of basketball an ardent mov1e fan
Jeanne Best Wzllzam Bzckerstajff
Rzchard Blzce Edna Bostedo
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Janet the qu1et type but well appreclated
by hel frxends excellent 1n her academ1c
stud1es a l1terary ed1tor of the Yearbook
spends le1sure t1me horseback r1d1ng actxve
BETTY I OU BRUVBAUGH
Shorty follovxed the academ1c course
llk6S nothmg bettex than horseback r1d1ng
vxolks. wlth the busmess staff of the Yearbook
belong to T E G and Spamsh Club anx1ous
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never lTl1SS9d one of ouz football games spent
much of h1s spare t1me tmkerlng around automo
blles sees h1mself as manager of a store
J OSEPH BUTLER
Joe frlendly but qu1et finds enjoyment
1n football academlc student l1kes noth1ng
better than to drlve h1s Ka1ser possesses an
unusual sense of humor IS undecxded about
VIARY JEAN BUTLER
Jean an academlc student who hopes to
b come an a1r hostess enjoys danc1ng and
readmg act1ve member of the Yearbook staif
T E G and Span1sh Club attended ex ery bas
ketb ll game
Bea short and qu1et plays clarmet 1n
t e Band member of TEG and Yearbook
'aff typlst for H1 Llt6S hockey IS her
ravorxte sport hopes to become a stenographer
Audrey act1ve member of Art Club and Tr1
LI1 Y unoccupxed moments are spent sewmg
ed1tor 1n ch1ef of the Yearbook th1nks
tenn1s 1s tops 1n sports plans to further her
L1 possessed that part1cu1ar school glrl
look secretary of home room part1c1pated
111 the act1v1t1es of the Yearbook Tr1 H1 Y and
Leader s Club hopes to become a nurse
Janet Brown Betty Lou Brumbaugh Wzllzam Burk Joseph Butler
Mary Jean Butler Beatrzce Caldwell Andrey Carlson Lzllzan Carrera
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ANNA MARIE CAP ROLL
Anna Marre prctures herself as a vxoman
rn xx hrte contrrbuted to the aetlvrtres of the
senror T EG athletrcally rnclrned
terested 11 all sports enjoys vxorkrng at the
local five and drme store
I ACK CLAR K
L,l'lIkl9 mdulges m the general course
lrkes nothrng better than to tear down and reburld
automobrle engrnes seldom mrssed a good foot
ball game vue lost hrnr to the U S Navy
Joan preparrng for a future rn nur srng
followed the avademrc course enjoyed the
actrvrtres of the T E G and the Mrxed Chorus
lxkes 'rothmg better than a good game of bas
LOIS ANN CLINEE'-ELL
Lols Ann one of our peppy cheerleaders
presrdent of the Leaders Club and busrness
manager of the Yearbook possessor of a
pleasrng per sonalrty has no defrnrte plans for
Ethel quret but attractrve member of our
class vuell lrked by all spent many enjoy
able hours playmg the prano member of the
T E G future plans are as yet undecrded
Red snappy head majorette showed her
abrlrty rn Tr1H1Y Leaders Club and 1n the
Yearbook treasurer of the sen1or class
seen regularly at the dances
ARLEY CON Fhlh
Mg, ff Conny followed vommercral course to pave
the way for a typrsts Job always urllmg to
lend a helprng hand proved adept at perform
mg acrobatlcs member of T E G partrcr
pated 1n dancrng classes
Jun possessor of dark wavy han four
vear Letterman has a pleasrng vorce and
srngs as a hobby thmks huntrng IS tops
plans to don Nlaxv blues after graduatron
Anna Marze Carroll Jack Clark
Joan Clark Low Ann Clznebell
Ethel Clugsten Rzta Colmear
Arley Confer John Corona
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Katre although she just jorned us rn her
senror year thrs dark harred lass made many
fr rends football and basketball rated hlgh
1 1th lr hopes to make good rn the secretarral
I4 LIZABETH DINON
Irsa a mrss who possesses beautrful dark
'1a11 buslness school wrll clarm her
f-'uoyed the actrvrtres of the TEG spent
many evenrngs sellrng trckets at the local theaters
LA VER NF DIRI INF
I aVerne blue eye and a frrendly smrle are
Character 1st1c of thrs lass Spanrsh and Lrbrary
Clubs rated hrgh wrth her vsrrtmg letters and
11 atchrng basketball games took up much of her
-XLDA LEE DIVEIY
I ee plans to attend modelrng school
graduated rn the general course came to us
IH her senror year from Greensburg finds
svsrmmrng an enjoyable sport lrkes to attend
VVII LIAM DOERNFF'
B1 a very mechanrcal mrnded fellow from
Crrclevrlle plans to work rn a garage and
sell cars after gr aduatron Jorned rn all act1v1
tres of the H1 Y clarmed basketball as hrs
Mecky another basketball enthusrast
has hopes of becomrng a beautrcran after gradua
tron followed the academrc Course through
her forrr years o hrgh school belonged to
T1 H1 X TEG and Xearbook staff
Perch waluable member of our basketball
squad consrders huntrng as tops a quret
felloxx but vs ell lrked by all hrs classmates
hrs ambrtlon rs to further hrs educatron by attend
JACK EICHEL ERFER
Ike sersect as presrdent of h1S class for
four years won recognrtron on both the foot
ball and basketball teams vxas a capable
presrdent of the I-I1 Y undecrded about hrs
Kathleen Dillon Elzzabeth Dmon
La Verne Dzrlmg Alda Lee Dwely
Wzllzam Doernte Mary Doshen
George Dunn Jack Ezchelberger
S. Delved into depths of Macbeth
ANNA MAE ENGWLR ANNA MARIE FLFX
Anna Mae another one of our busmess b 119 t Oriffigfg 031 U:J0f9khUYE01Q:Sdga1S
e ongs o eal oo an n
mlnded gxrls hopes to hold an 0ff1C6 Job JDK Od typmg for dl Lweq qeen at the dances
Ven active 'H Ju Chorus func Ions kept U all the txme plans to become 1 beautlclan or
vs 1th the act1v1t1es of the Alt Club a nurse
OTIS EVANS JAMEQ FLYNN
QMS one of the Blg Five on the hardwood Jlm a fuend Wol th havxrg followed the
t f U L d g neral voulse loafmg OCCIIPISS much of h1s
chose O 0 OW ,ne Ma emlc Course le sure tlme clauns swlmmmg as h1s favol 1te
am ays Seen With U9 1N0F'h ITWU1 gang Neve! sport uncer am about h1 plans after grad
sa1d much but could be rehed upon Llatlng from N H H 5
POBEPT EVAN2: CONSTANCF FOR17 MSKY
Bob sports 1 new motolcvcle around Fonme snappy magorette enjoys danc
belong to Band and Yearbook staff presxdent mg to Vaughn Monroe s orchestra hopes to
of amera Club plans to further h1s muslcal become a b6al1t1C1d.I'l can be found at most
educatlon never too tlred to enjoy a basket any SXNlITlI'!1lIlg pool durmg the summer pos
ball game sessox of a pleasmg personahtx
AUDRP Y FARROVV Y ERNA FRYE
Audrey took the oommorolal oourse to on Verna plans to enter busmess school after
able her to become a secretary dancmg took gladuatlon member of the Aft Club
1oyed a good basketball game spends her
UP mufh Of her UYHP af't1V9 member 0f the spare tune wntmg lottels possesses an un
T E G a rehable tVplSt for the H1 L1tes usl '11 ense of humor
Anna Mae Engwer Otzs Evans Robert Evans Audrey Farrow
Anna Marze Flex James Flynn Fonstance Foremsky Verna Frye
5 Captured the Class A football tztle
CLARA MARIE FLETCHER EVELYN GRP EN
Dollj acquned the n1r'l1name for 0bVlOUS
1easons followed the comme1c1al course and
plans to attend busmess school 1n the near future
carrxed out the o11t1es of T F G pres1dent dur
mg her senlol year
1 selected the General course as h1S 11ne
of study was usually qu1et exeept when some
one mentloned ba eball on that subject he
pl0V6d an enthusust has made no delimte
plans for afte1 griduatlon
MARY ELLEN GEORGE
Maly Ellen follo xed the gellel al COUISC
'1 10111 yea! l1l6l'llbCl of A Capella enjoyed
plavmg t1 umpet 1n bind spends many houls
danclng lates lusl etball as tops IS unde
c1dtd about the llltlll
V IOLET GLOBObkY
Kolma followed commezmal eo111se
xx ould llke to ent 1 busmess school VICE p1es1
dent of T EG emoys SXXll'l'lI'l1lI'lg has an
mterestmg hobby of collectmg som enus from
d1ffe1 ent parts of tm, Un1ted Qta es
Clara Marze Fletcher Szlmo Fletcher
Evelyn Green Jeanne Gregg
Lyn possessor of cu1ly blond halr plans
to attend mus1c school member of Band and
Chorus enjoys at1obat1cs of any kmd
spends much txme playmg the black and whlte
J EANNE GREGG
Jeanne pretty blond ha1r and blue eyes de
scr1be th1s lass enjoys the I11l,1S1C of Vaughn
Monroe membe1 of Tr1 H1 Y and Span1sh Club
follows acadennc course has no plans
Jean palt tlme student her semor year
a pleasmg personahtv an asset to the L1brarx
club Yearbook .md H1 I 1tes enjoyed workmg
at the I1w1n Drug often seen d11v1ng her Ply
Lee never een xuthout he1 pleasant smxle
plans to entex 'he med1cal p1ofess1on
joys handlmg the bow and arrow member of
Blology 'md Came1a clubs extremely fond of
Mary Ellen George Vwlet Globosky
Jeanne D Grzmm Hazel Gross
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Anna followed commercial course hopes
to enter business school an active member of
the T E G spent evenings working in the five
and ten likes nothing better than square
IORA ROSE HAGER
Fo hopes for a career 1n dress designing
member of Chorus and Band noted for
her soprano voice member of All State Chorus
in Junior year bowling claims her spare time
Jack plays a smooth trumpet rn the Band
enrolled in gene! '11 course planning for
future with the Navy claims baseball as his
favorite sport collector of old coms
Lou would like to become a woman in white
reading occupies her spare time member
of Norhiscope photography staff enjoys a good
basketball game natural brown curly hair
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Jack Hamzlton Louzse Hamilton
Joseph Hart Dorothy Hegland
Joan Hertaog Bruce Holderbaum
year found the general course to his liking
played two years on the varsity basketball
team hopes to Join the Navy after graduation
DOROTHY HEGLA ND
Tiny commercial student who would like to
become a secretary finds t1me to type for the
H1 Lltes always dependable claims foot
ball as her favorite S1 ort smooth on the dance
academic student who hopes to Join the
ranks of nurses possessor of pretty blue eyes
enjoys watching football games dancrng
rates high with her attended Harrold s Junior
RUCE HOLDEP BAUM
Bruce found the commercial course to his
liking one of our football enthusiasts
rrved great pleasure from driving the family car
never a dull n oment when this witty lad 1S
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Fuddle found the acadelmc co111se to hls
l1k1ng football heads hxs sports 11st h1s
chosen f1eld IS that of a radm and teleusxon I6
p 111111.-tn alvx ays xx 1ll1ng to l nd a help1ng hand
Vl ARY HURSH
L1h alyx ays p1esented a xery neat appeal
ance fa1thfu1ly attended all the meet1ngs of
TFG pa1t1cularl5 enjoyed a good game of
basketball th1nks the Job of a puvate secle
taly vsould be fine
Betty a 11te1a1y ed1tor of the yea1book
poppy cheerleader honor student membe1
of Fhorus Spamsh Llub N F L and Tr1 H1 1
cand1date for Queen n1ce personahtx
amb1t1on to be an a1r stewardess
VVINIFRED JOI-UN SOIN
W1nn1e qu1et but aggresswe enjoyed
the act1v1t1es of the N F L Leaders Club Trl
H1 Y and Yearbook News Ed1tor of H1 L1teS
enjoys drawlng 1n he1 spare t1me plans
to further her edur-atmn
CORA ANN KEWNER
Corky a very qlllet m1ss a commerc1al
student basketball her favor1te sport
hobby of collectmg mctures keeps he1 busy
xx ould l1ke to be 1 telephone operator after grad
oe thought the general course was
the beam hopes to find a Job after gradua
t1on hobby 1S 1'11s1ng rabb1ts l1kes all
sports w1th football 'md basketball head1ng the
MARGARFT MAPY KELLY
Marn1e Student COUHCII Spamsh Club and
could really put ove1
hopes to furthe1 he1
T11 H1 Y kept her busy
her FOFGHSIC readmg
educat1on at Duquesne Un1vers1ty definxtelv
a n1ce person to knovx
FAY E KISTLEP
Faye possesses a fuendly sm1le follovl
ed the commerclal course wh1le at Huntlngdon
hopes to fmd off1 e work after graduatlon
enjoys a good game of badmmton spends
much t1me playmg the mano
Elmer Howell Mary Harsh
Betty Irwin Winifred Johnson
Cora Arm Keener Joseph Kelly
Margaret Mary Kelly Faye Kistler
Enjoyed lelsure moments durmg Chrzstmas Vacatzon
GERALDINE KLANCHAR VIRUINIA LA BRANICE
Gerry energetlc member of Leaders Club
served as club secretary her semor year
a commerclal studen who plans on gomg to busx
ness college Art Club member basketball
heads her sports hst
Fuddle one of those seen but not heard
bovs partlclpated ln 1ntramural sports
co'nmerc1al studen lxsts football as h1s favor
xte sport hopes to find a future ln the A1r
Eleanor everyones frlend possesses a
wonderful personallty Art Club presldent
NOFHISCOPE hterary edxtor Trl Hx Y member
enjoys tootmg her sax ln the band and dance
orchestra asplres to become a commerclal
Dxzzy always kept thmgs llvely xn h1s
classes the outdoor type would have lxked
to spend all h1s tlme c mpmg and swlmmmg
never mlssed a football game wlll Jom the
Geraldzne Klanchar Elmer Kramer
Vzrgznza La France Clarke Laujfer
J ean a dark halred lass known for her ever
ready smlle a falthful cheerer of the Bulldogs
member of Camera Club and Yearbook staff
a commerclal student plans to attend
CLARKE LAUFFB P
Clarke possessor of a wmmng smlle
served as vice presxdent of the semor class
roved a capable presldent of band and student
councll very much lnterested 1n muslc
plans to attend college
Lo1s her frlendllness rated her as a queen
candxdate competent Jumor and semor class
secretary enexgetlc cheerleader correspond
mg secretary of Trl H1 Y and art edltor of the
M1m1 had a personahty all her own
actlve member of both the Yearbook and H1 Lltes
staffs derxved gl eat pleasure 1n drxvmg golf
balls anxlous to further her educatnon at Penn
Eleanor Krzck Donald Klzne
Lozs Laujfer Marlam Lehmann
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CAPOLYNI LENHART HELEN LUSEBRINK
Lalolxn les zved xet has a fuendlx pez Lucy featme edltm of the H1L1tes
QOTIPIIU Ueflsll 6' Of Trl H1 Y 3 lOV9l of xulhnglv Jomed the ut1x1t1es of the Yealbook
hm es enjows atnl t1cs IH Leaders Club T11 H1 Y and the Choxus loxal looter of the
has a hobbx of collectmg mlnlature horses Bulldogs basketball tram plans fulther edu
V lllng Xl Orkel catlon as a laborato echnmc an
ARTHUR LENTZ HAZEL IUTZ
Mt endless amount of fun when Alt IS Hazel not vely talkatne could be found
'Hound oonsclentlous buslness manager of vuorklng at Mulphvs ln Pll.CallI1 almost anx eve
H1 Lltes ealned Iettexmens emollment as rung paltlclpflttl 1n the artlvltles of the
tzatk paltlclpant blond Clllly han and IOgl1lSl1 E dr am of somedav becomlng a
Nlllllf? 'ldmued bv ul the guls ho lSPlK1fC
CARROLL LUBINSBI HELEN MARCIUS
Cuddles CXlllblfPd happv go lucky person Toots the gene al course appealed to he1
alltx basketball has captuled hlS healt and enjoyed the atflv tles of the Alt Club
loom entered flom Ha! old JUHIOI Hlgh Tech and a career or 1nte11o1 decoratmg are
S hool ln h1S Junlol wear for hex
PRUDFNCE LUNN CYRUS MARION
Pllldle conserxatlve nevex late for mtxa one of Huntlrbdon s dependable football
muxal softball hovseback ndmg lates tops plasexs member of Lettermens Club and
xx 1th her founl sleepmg enjoxable alu ays Student C0llI'lCl1 tlalms football and basket
sxmpatheuc has wet to declde upon her ball as h1s favorlte sports hkes muslc
r ltllle anxxous to graduate kept ms home loom a In ely place
Carolyn Lenhart Arthur Lente Carroll Lubmskz Prudence Lunn
Helen Lusebrznk Haeel Lute Helen Marczus Cyrus Marlon
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MARY ANN MARTINCHECK
"Mary Ann" . . . passed to all a smile . . . partici-
pated in the T. E. G. and Tri-Hi-Y . . . usually
seen at all basketball and football games . . .
specialized in dancing . . . followed the commercial
Mary Ann Martmcheck Sophie Maystromch
Sally Jo McC'une James McHugh
Leo McLaughlm Howard Miller
Myron Mzller Phyllzs Maller
SOPHIE MAYS FROV ICH
"Mitzi" . , . never had much to say . . . repre-
sented in T. E. G. and Yearbook . . . showed her
ability as a seamstress . . . a friend worth having
desires to enter the nursing profession after
SALLY JO MCCUNE
one of the petite g1rls who was posses
sor of beautlful black vavy hair swimming
and bowling took up much spare time grad
uated from commercial course although undecrded
about the future
Jim showed his ability in football kept
h s classes much alive repeated many years
as homeroom president member of the Student
Council and Lettermans Club enjoyed hunt
Leo usually seen with the North Irwin gang
ar academic student was seen at all the
basketball games in his spare time he enjoyed
b nlding model alrolanes ships and cars
Sonny came from Jeanne-t'e his junior year
participated in Orchestra Band and H1 Y
elected L11 Abner works in Isalys
partial to football plays drums in spare
tlme future in Navv
Moose active in Band H1 Lites mixed
Chorus and H1 Y treasurer of Spanish Club
showed a preference for golfing lnterested
in going to college had the unusual hobby
PH YLLIS MILLEP
Phil transfer red from Wisconsin her sopho
more year active member of the Yearbook
H1 Lrtes enjoyed playing her alto horn in the
band plans to teach
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Bea a commerc1al student a pleasant
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swlmmmg planmng to go to busmess school
CARL MINERV 51
Sklp academxc student plans to further
h1s educatlon won great acclaxm for h1s
athletlc abxhty three year member of the
Lettermans club football and basketball teams
served as co captam of basketball team
J OANNE MONTROSE
had a umque sense of humor reg
ularly attended the meetmgs of the Art club
dehghted 1n a fast game of basketball
looks forward to becommg an efflclent housew1fe
MARY ELIZABETH MORRIS
Betty possessor of a charm1ng personallty
currlcular act1v1t1es such as Trl H1Y chorus
Band and N F L kept her busy co photo
graphy edltor of yearbook plans to become
a teacher of Ameucan h1story
blond and handsome chose the academxc
course held center pos1t1on on the football
team anx1ous to go on to school candxdate
D1ck a student who followed the general
course basketball IS h1s predomlnant sport
always seen at all our games enjoys
tmkermg around w1th automoblles undec1ded
about h1s plans aftex graduatlon
Mac proud to clalm Adams H111 as h1s
home he takes a great lnterest m playlng
football l1kes to fish 1n h1s spare t1me
h1s plans are all for the Naxy
STANI EY ORELL
Stan one of the Shafton gang took two
Veals as a commerc1al student and two 1n the
genexal course c1a1ms football as h1s favox 1te
sport as yet undeclded about future plans
Beatrice Mtnermno Carl Mznerva
Joanne Montrose Mary Elzaabeth Morns
Franczs Murray Rzchard Nernzte
Mzlos Obradmnrh Stanley Orell
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ALBERT ORSINO DOROTHY PATTERSON
a happy felloxx alxx axs a fr rendlv
Dotty one of our tall grrls asprres to
snrrle for ex eryone a great baseball enthusrast
dlsplayed talent m helpmg ulth the Xmas b come a secretary actrve member of the
'-lop clecoratrons 1 student enrolled rn the 5931 book Qtqff and the N FL likes to dance
,eneral course can be seen at 'ill the basketball games
KENNETH PADEN ROBERT PEDDER
Prck a quret lad but a xx rllrng xx orker Bob a lad of fexx words took prrde rn
enrolled rn general course arm rs to xxork at hrs home tovxn of Aldara was always on
the Westrnghouse enjovs playrng baseball nand to cheer our football team Westrnghouse
a xx ood man huntrng and frshrng hrs hobbx Tech looms lar elv rn hrs future
FELIX PADULE JR HUGH PRY
IEEUEVZ plans fglitgilg Oni Of 0111 quiet feufgls b H Professor one of our seen but not heard
un noxxn enjoys ase a
and rs vevv actrve rn rntv amur al sports spends boyq easy to get along with fond of Sklmg
hs pastrme huntrng folloxxed the general baseball made flulfe H hlt With hlm
C0l1I'Se undecrded as to hrs future plans
MARGARET PAGONA JOHN STEELE
Peggy kroxvn for her pretty dark harr Fake made a host of frrends durrng short
member of the Yearbook and NFL clarms trme here entered from Grrard Hrgh School
dancrng as her hobby finds basketball a enjoys photography enrolled rn academrc
pleasant sport ambrtrous to become a superror course an enthusrastrc baseball fan
s cretary uncertarn about future
Felzx Padnle Margaret Pagona
Hugh Pry John Steele
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Doreene knovun for hex pleasant smlle
Secletary of home room for tvuo years mxxed
chorus and clef club took up most of her tlme
'1mb1t1on IS to become a secretary
ROBERT PILIPOW ICH
Pxlk a vexy shy lad chose the general
course as h1s lme of study basketball appealed
to hlm h1s hobby of photography kept hlm
busy undecxded about plans after graduat1on
B1 vuth h1s frxendly smlle and pleasmg
pelsonallty he made many frlends at Huntlngdon
small ln bulld but a large scorxng threat on
the hardwood elected student prmclpal for
Dlck was one of those fellows who are
alvsays ln a good humor never too tired to
attend a basketball game added to h1s spend
mg money by XNOI'klI1g part t1me at the A 8z M
Doreene Peterson Robert Pzlzpovzch
Quentm Quzck George Rabeck
Quxcky obtamed hxgh scholastlc honors ln
hlS commerclal studles derxved great pleasure
from playmg on h1s home room basketball team
was an expert on Blg League baseball
future hes vuth the Army
George knovxn for h1s hght vsavy han
xxon xecogmtlon for h1s outstandlng abllxty
on the grldlron never seen without h1s cheery
smlle h1S axm after graduatlon 1S to Joln
Emmy one of the Shafton gang chose
the general course was a faithful member of
detentlon hall for four years claxms football
to be h1s favorlte sport hkes to hunt
Gmny one of our blond lassxes planmng
to become a nurse member of TEG Yeax
book Staff Spamsh Club and Trl H1 Y
enjoys skatmg and danclng her tlme away
hkes to cook
Wzllzam Plank Rzehard Pomt
Elmer Ralph Vzrglma Ramsey
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Lucy possessor of a qu1et personal1ty
11ked by all belonged to Camera Club and
T E G hobby 1S collectmg photographs
would l1ke to do wa1tress work always enjoys
football and basketball
Jane SCIEHCB Club and Camera Club mem
ber plans to work 1n 0ff1C6 after graduat1on
enjoys cook1ng 1n her le1sure t1me
1es1dent of good old Straw Pump always
enjoys basketball and volleyball
June has the amb1t1on to get a good Job
member of L1brary club and H1 Lltes staff
enjoys majorettmg w1th the Manor Band
a commerc1al student always seen w1th
B1 proud possessor of wavy halr loyal
football fan a falthful member of the band
IS capable of putt1ng on an exc1t1ng box1ng
match 1ntends to go 1n for archery profes
IS possessor of a cheerful d1spos1t1on
member of Band Spamsh Club Tr1 H1 Y and
Yearbook as1sstant buslness manager of
H1 L1tes 11kes to 1ce skate plans to better
herself as an organ1st
Clara a qu1et lass one of our baseball
fans a member of the TEG always
enjoys watchxng a good movle spends most
of her tlme w1th Gerry future IS undeclded
Honey never had much to say 1n the class
xoom was usually busy dur1ng hunt1ng
season attended as many baseball games as
poss1ble hopes to fmd a future 1n farmmg
Marle he1 be:-1ut1fu1 black halr lS the envy
of all the glrls member of T E G and Year
book staff plans to become a beaut1c1an
attends as many dam es as poss1ble
Lucy Randolph Jane Raygor
June Rees Wzllzam Rezss
Ilelen Remaley Clara Reuss
John Sabo Mane Scarano
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Harry found the general course to hrs
lrkrng enjoys a good game of basketball
favorrte pastrme was monkeyshrnes
vs orkrng hrs way up he hopes to some day man
age a busrness
ROBEP T SCHAD1'
Bud vsas usually at the bottom ct all
shenanrgans enthusrastrc basketball fan
could be seen drrvrng hrs merry Oldsmobrle
always wrllrng to help a frrend undetrded
about the future
J OSEPHINE SCHAFER
possessed a frrendly personalrty
vsrllrng worker on the Hr Lrtes staff football
and basketball headed her sports lrst skatrng
took up her spare trme sees herself rn a
nurse s unrform
N AOMI SEYBER F
Naornr chose the tommertral tourse
belonged to TF G ranked basketball as her
favorrte sport desrres to be a capable setre
tary after graduatron
Red possessed pr ctty red harr and a trrendly
smrle entered rn her Junror year from Du
quesne partrcrpated rn many actrvrtres
co photography edrtor of Yearbook plans to
attend Waynesburg Lollege
Elarne had a sense ot hurrror rll hu rm rr
member of the Spanrsh Club Scrence Club
and Trr Hr Y her hobby of collectrng stamps
kept her busy plans on a nursrng career
Lhrsel the sprrk ol the football tearrr
tlarmed the Lettermens club couldnt run wrth
out hrm plans to share hrs talent wrtlr some
college made a hobby of dr rvrng new ears
GLRALDIN E bMELTZFR
Gerry tlrrs blonde lass contrrbuted to marry
actrxrtres lr'1d a frrendly smrle for everyone
enjoyed plaxrng badmrnton wrshes to
further her educatron rn the XVest spent rdle
trme rldrng horses
S. Cheered the hardwood fzve through vlctory and loss
Blmrp small but lively possessed a
umque sense of humor football was tops with
him gener 1 course kept his P O D class
entertained has no definite plans for his
RAYMOND SVII FH
Ray a happy go lucky fellow could be
seen at all the dances rated basketball his
favorite snort never a dull moment when he s
'mound arms to don a uniform
JUNE STOUC H
June another one of our high stepping
majorettes willing worker on the Yearbook
staff and the H1 Lrtes a loyal fan of our
basketball team commercial student who
hopes to become a secretary
secretary of Student Council active in Spanish
and Science clubs gifted artist may some
day become a telephone operator a credit to
Donald Smzth Raymond Smzth
Charles Tharp Leona Tucker
Chuck cant find a better use for spare
time than horseback riding eager to rnvade
the field of drafting has a matchless sense
of humor enjoys basketball as well as base
Tuck may be seen sellmg tickets rn local
theaters on rolls of Science H1 Lites and
Spanish club quiet yet likeable will enter
nursing school fine tonic for any patient
Bruno preferred the general course
was never seen around school the first few days
of hunting season admired for hrs wavy hair
may be seen managing a store in the near
belonged to TEG Art Club and H1 Lites
staff fond of dancing to the music of Vaughn
Monroe s orchestra ambition is to become a
June Stouqh Kathleen Tallant
Bruno V alentz Marlon Weaver
"Kathleen" . . . high scholastic standing . . . able "Mamie" . . . cute and petite describes Marion
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"Harry" . . . a little on the quiet side . . . a
friend worth having . . . rates basketball tops
. . . always seen with the North Irwin gang . . .
unsure about his future
Loretta short and cute her red hair is
envied by all always has a smile for every
one active member of Leaders club and
Spanish club nursing will claim her future
Wes tall handsome lad proved his
ability in basketball track and football four
year member of Lettermen s Club H1 Y treas
urer would like to play college football in
Nubs this senior lad is known by all his
classmates likes nothing better than a good
basketball game playing the piano occupies
his spare time plans to attend a trade school
S harley Woomer
"Shir-l" . . . possessor of a nice personality . . .
short but full of pep . . . enjoys dancing, sewing
and cooking . . . active member of T. E. G. . . . a
willing canteen worker . . . aspires to be a house-
Mill this short and sweet lass is known for
her giggle the energetic type ambition
is to work sings in the Mixed Chorus
member of the T F C' can reallv Jitterbug
Yan this senior lad en-ioys working on cars
would like to become an automobile mechanic
active member of Spanish club enjoys
hunting and football usuallv seen at all the
Squirt one of wuz smaller bovs but pos
sesses an amazing amount ot pep was the
life of any group an aidenf baseball fan
looking forward to Joining the service
Wesley Whztehead Harry Wilson
Walter Yamzeskz Julms Vargo
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1 G- VELMA VARGO
Ve commerc1al student member of
the Lrbrary club was capable secretary of the
T E G dreams of becomrng a secretary
sports such as basketball svsrmmrng and horse
back rrdrng agree wtrh her
MHPIO thrs lads curly black harr was as
attractrve as hrs personalrty football rated
hrgh on hrs 11st of ports he proved rnvaluable
to the team h1s lobby burldrng model a1r
M1 neat dresser short and sweet
belonged to T E G and Rrfle club looks
forward to srttrng behrnd a secretarys desk
adept at playrng volleyball followed all our
Jean thrs popular lass was the capable
edrtor of the H1 Lrtes presrded over Trr H1 Y
and Spanrsh club a pleasant smrle for every
one antrclpates gwrng to Threl to prepare for
fr teachrng career
HELEN WA MPLER
Helen member of T E G asprres to
become an offrce worker spent much trme
collectrng photographs nrce personalrty and
dark brown harr chose to study the commercral
course enjoyed softball
Watson everyones trrenu member of
the Spanrsh club desrres to become a steam
fit er s apprentrc after gr aduatron can eas11y
tell what basketball teams are rn the lead
it Ellsworth tlarr red Larrmer as hrs home
always found trme to drrve hrs Nash lrked
nothrng better than to watch a thrrllrng game of
football was enroll d rn the general course
Jean proves the old saymg that good thrngs
come rn small path Lges recordrng secretary
of TI1 H1 Y known for her art abrlrty
enjoys sw1mm1n,., plans to lemme a woman
Velma Varqo Mano Venazn
Mzldred Vuleta Jean Walter
Helen Wampler Wayne Watson
Earl Watson Jean Yensro
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'NIANCX ZFIGI FR
Nance has bearrtrfrll hl'1f'k harr Lrrlow
rre Qkatmff and football plane tr lretome
telephone operator frrerrdlx to all hfrs 'r
hobbx ol' rollvctrng, old roms 1
Iolrrr smfrll but lull of frm Lnjoxs r good
football game ofttrr sl err mar Chmg rn par ull x
is fr member of Qhaftorr Frfe and Drrrrrr Corps
posseeeee dark rrrrlx lrarr
Jrm frrerrdlx to exerxorre haf: fr good
sense of humor member of Sparrreh clrrlr
hurrtrrrg and frehmg rlarm hm spare trme a
'uademrr Qtrrderrt plane to attend hrrsrrrms
Noi P11 fm ml
Pearl one oi the qrlret rrrurrbtrs of ilu
Qenror' clerss dlwaxe vxrllmg to help delrghts
rrr 'r good ame of hockeX member of T F
hae the llllll9ll?ll hohhx of drfrwrrrg Cartoons
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BETTY IRWIN CLARKE LAUFFER
Ealned the t1tle ot tl1e Most Outstandlng C1111 111
Schola1'-.hlp h1gh hon01 student d1111'1g he1
f0lll vea1s p'11t1e1p 1ted Ill many ext1 1 111111e11
1.-11 att111t1es b11t stlll 1111111ta1ned l1e1 l11gl1
scholastlc IX e1age
MX RON MILLER
A11 a1ded the tltle of tl1e Most Olltbtalltllllg P03 1n
Sch0la1 Shlp boys Qp0ltS ed1to1 of tl1e VCAI
book t1eaS111e1 of Qparush Cl11b 1n hw 5011101
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WESLB I WHI'l LHILAD
Desenedlx xoted the 130811101 oi the Most Out
standmg B05 lfl C1t1zensh1p plxved 1 11s1t1
basketb1ll and football tl1e all a101111d SOIL of
bov could alvxavs be lo1111d 11l1e1 1 tialt
needed to be d0Il9
Chosen as the Most Outstandmg C1111 lll fltl7CI1
sh1p he1 fine co ope1at1on and 11nt11111g effmtb
to help vt on le1 tlns dlstmctlon made l1e1belf
many fnends 111th a v111111111g s1111le and pleasant
11o1d fo1 CNCIVOHC
RCCSIVBG the honol of the Most Outstandlng G11l
1n act1v1t1es news 6dltOI of the H1 L1teb
X106 p1es1dent of the Sparnbh Club hel sen1o1 yea1
as a n1en1be1 of many 0Ig3I11Zdt1OIlS she
showed v11l1111g co ope1at1on
Chosen as the Moat O11 standlng Bov lll Att111
tles p1es1de11t ot 111 1111 o1ga111Lat1o11s
llltllltllllg tl1e Spamsh Club 1nd Student QOIIHLII
xe11 11111111 1nte1ebted 1n all 11111 ual 1tt111t1eb
vtell l1l ed bu st11de1ts md t1t11lty
Xoted as the Most OlltStdIltllIlf., Box 111 Athletus
xaluable basketball and football team 1l16l"llb6l
eo captfun of the basketball team actlxe
lllll1C'lD3llt of 11t111t1es of Lette1111en s Club
l OIS ANN CLINE BELL
S1 letted as the Most O11tsta11d111g t 111 lll Athletux
DIQi1ClCIlt 01 the I e1de1s Cl11b pa1t1c1paterl
and 1efe1eed at 1111nV 1nt1an1111 al games 11 as
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Noted as set1et11x lOl 1 dax 11t11e lllClllbtl
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g11l Q SDOIL 0111101 of yealbook 11 as thosen
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Flected bv ent11e btudent body to neue as p11ne1
pal f01 a day came f1on1 N01 th 1111111 1n hlS
31111101 we-a1 ac ted as co eaptam of the basket
ball team 11 ell desewed to hold th1s pos1t1on
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With another school term ahead of
them the class of 50 entered North
Huntlngdon Hlgh School as Junlors
eager to partlclpate ln the act1v1t1es as
upperclassmen Wlth Mrs Allce Kelly
and Mrs Helen Hadley servmg
advlsers the class elected as thelr
offlcers N1Ck Ch0plCh presldent Carl
Nosse vlce presldent and LOIS Horton
The hxghllght of the year for the
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From Left to Rzqht
Mull McElroy Davms Redmger
Junlor Class was the annual Jumor
Senlor Prom In order to F3158 the
necessary funds they sold greetlng
cards and personahzed statlonery
sponsored several soclals and pre
sented an assembly to the students
featurlng a one act play entltled Say
It Wlth Taffy
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ward to then' fourth and final year Wlth
antlclpatlon and eagerness
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ing Junior play prac-
Joe Henderson brings
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you'll be out.
C'mon girls, bend!
Aptitude tests require
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the Junior class play.
College catalogues aid
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From left to wght
Carson Dubosky Acalotto Mrs
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Wxth Mrs Edlth Standfest as thelr capable
advxser the sophomore class had a very suc
cessful year Early xn the fall they elected
Jack Dubosky as presldent Ettore Acalotto as
v1ce presldent and Jacquelme Carson as sec
Th1s class had many outstandmg students
ln the varlous act1v1t1es In football Ray R1ce
and Charles Smetak played wlth the vars1ty
Whlle Jack Dubosky played on both the vars1ty
basketball and football teams Franklln Cha
dlma proved to be a valuable asset to the local
chapter of the Natlonal FOPCHSIC League
Along w1th the work of many other students
that of Jeanne V1ece1l1 and Dale Kober was
aCCl3lmed by the muslc department Jeanne
was selected as a member of the County and
DlStFlCt Choruses, whlle Dale who played the
trumpet 1n the band made the County Orches
tra, the County Band and the County and d1s
tr1ct choruses These students as well as many
others have done excellent work ln helplng to
make the class of 1951 a very outstandmg one
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Entering their first year of high
school life September 7, 1948, the
Freshmen, under the able guidance of
Mr. Wray, soon became accustomed to
the many activities of the high school
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ganizations which were open to them.
they soon made themselves a very im-
portant part of the school life. Some
Room 33 Freshmen
Cole, Clem, D. Davis, Crupie
Blotzer. Blackburn, Forsythe
Bishop, Deaker, Carson, J
Davis, Arvari, Chalfont. De
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Beirne, Blozowich, R. Davis.
Derby. Esasky, Fecko, Fil
kosky, Bedont, De Zorzi, Bul
lock, Blumenstritt, Brocker.
B. Bailley, J. Bailley, Diegel-
man, N. Dubich, M. Dubich
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From left to right
Blozowich, Vargo. Mr. Wray and
of the girls showed their talent by being
picked as majorettes for our band,
while the boys proved to be rather out-
standing in the field of sports. They
chose Betty Mae Yost, Rudy Morretton,
and Bettie Lauffer to represent them
on the student Council. They also elect-
ed George Blozowich, Dan Fecko, and
Bill Vargo as president, vice-president,
and secretary, respectively, of the class.
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copy for thc printer.
Row le -
Clinebell, G o n g a w a r e,
Beacham, Lauffer, Lee,
Irwin, R e m ale y, Flex.
Lusebrink, Brown, Bigler.
McElroy, Hughes, Morris.
Colinear, VVeaver, Exton.
Hamilton, Stough, Ramsey,
Morris, Weaver, Exton.
LaFrance, Antis, Redinger,
Maystrovich, S c a r a n 0,
Hogue, Martin, Pagona.
Lehmann, Lusebrink, Cald-
Carrera, George. Hager.
Bigler, Brumbaugh, Breon.
Adams, Bilott, Blice, Pat-
terson, Peat, D 0 s h e n,
Presenting pictorial record
of our school year
Brown, Lauffer, Irwin. Colinear.
Adams Shnk Mor11s Molsky
Ramsay Bllott Bl1c.e Lentz Lllnebell
In 1tS 30th year the publlcatlons of thls school has agaln brought to the stu
dents of North Huntlngdon hlgh school a p1ctor1al storv of school l1fe durlng 1948 49
Although th1s IS actually the thlrd year for the NOFh1SCOp6 the pl,lbl1CatlOI1 dates
back to February 1919 when the first monthly NOIWIH magazlne was publlshed
The yearbook had a complete reblrth 1n 1946 when D1ck Bllce then a sophomore
called It the Norhlscope The annual has conslstently maxntamed a hlgh Journalls
tlc standard Last year xt was rated Flrst Class by the Natlonal Scholast1c Press
Thls years Norhxscope was edlted by Audrey Carlson asslsted by Betty
Irwm Eleanor Kr1ck and Janet Brown as llterary edltors Nancy Shlrk and Betty
NIOITIS were photography edltors Whlle LOIS Lauier handled the art work Rlta Co
llnear headed gxrls sports Myron M111er and Clarke Lauffer covered boys sports
Buslness managers were LOIS Ann Chnebell and D1ck Bhce MISS Dorothy Davls was
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Served as the eyes and ears of the school
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Lusebrink, Walter, and Mall
make up a page while
Mrs. Dailey looks on.
Walking through the halls at dismis-
sal every two weeks, one could find
many students enthusiastically read-
ing the Hi-Lites. The paper consists of
news articles, pictures, many interest-
ing features, and sports articles. Jean
Walter, our very worthy editor, spent
much time making the Hi-Lites the
success that it was. Winifred Johnson
and Barbara Beacham successfully
carried out the duties of news editors.
Sports editor, Lee Mull, contributed
stories on basketball, football, track
meets, and other interesting happen-
ings in the world of sports. Many en-
tertaining features could be found on
the feature page written by Helen Luse-
brink and her feature staff. As ex-
change editor, Carolyn Pas, found
many humorous and "newsy" articles
Rfu I Smeltzer Remalev Morris Lusebimk Walter Mull Pas
in McHugh McElroy Hughes Kiamei M lewis Peat Manuele Iee R lewis Weaver
Fxton Bean ham
nd Sadoskx Haslop Bigler Schan7 Congaware Mis Diilex Nosse Johnson Miller
in exchange papers from all over the
United States The adviser Mrs Mar
ian Dailey was always ready and will
ing to lend a helping hand to any mem
ber of the staff Mr William Couchen
our carried out very well the responsi
bility as sports adviser
The business staff was successfully
managed by Art Lentz with Helen
Remaley as assistant business manager
Clarke Lauifer advertising manager
was assisted. by Carl Nosse and Dale
Kober. Whenever a cartoon or cut was
needed, Lois Lauffer and John Corona
of the art staff were always ready and
willing to use their artistic ability.
The history of the Hi Lites dates
back to September, 1946, when a new
high school was formed and a school
paper was needed A new staff began
their work and a new name was sug
gested Journalism classes were estab
lished and most of the present staff
took at least one year of journalistic
Fhroughout the school year several
activities were planned and carried out
Being a co sponsor of the Christmas
Hop offered such work as decorating
and selling tickets. Two school dances
were held also a picnic near the end of
the school term. Plans were made for
several staff members and their adviser
to attend at Columbia University, New
York, the Columbia Scholastic Press
Honored outstandmg Journalzsts
Those senrors who proved them
selxes exceptronally talented vshrle
Workrng on erther of th publrcatrons
staffs were admrtted as members of
the Qurll and Scroll Thrs year srx
ments and became members of the
North Huntrnbdon Chapter of Qurll
and Scroll Thrs OI..,2lH1Z3t10Il rs an
rnternatronal honorary socrety estab
lrshed rn 1926 for the purpose of
advancrng and encoura rn, work rn
hrgh school purnalrsm The followrng
senrors were 1n1t1ated rnto the socrety
at a dmner meetrng held at The El
Dorado rn May Jean Walter Helen
Lusebrrnk Wrnrfred Johnson selected
son Rrchard Blrce and Betty Irwm
chosen from the Norhrscope staff
The Worth Huntmgdon Chapter of
Qurll and Scroll was orbanrzed three
years ago by Mrss Lorrarne Peters
who has served as the able advrser
L. In R. Lusebrink, Carlson.
XValter', Miss Peters, Blice,
Q 'f and Sclfvff
seniors met the necessary require- from the Hi-Lites staff, Audrey Carl-
Christmas Hop was
rr great success.
A Toyland theme
enchanted the Hop
Featuring a toyland scene the annual Christmas
Hop was successfully held on December 17th by both
publications. Among decorations of life size toys and
green and white crepe paper ceiling, couples danced
to the music of Lee Kelton. Centered in the gym-
nasium was a huge Christmas tree gaily adorned,
while two huge red and white candy canes, fronted
Highlighting the evening was the traditional coro-
nation of the King tClarke Laufferl and the Queen
Uororzntirnz of the king and queen, with candidates in attendanee.
Caldwell, George, Zeigler, Laujfer, and
Krick busy on projects
Creating a new interest in art was
the main purpose of the Art Club,
which helped many boys and girls find
new projects to work with and also
helped them to further talents in art.
In their work they made jewel boxes
of Christmas cards, weaving and knit-
ting for quilts, hand-painted trays with
elaborate decorations of original pic-
tures, enamel painted statues and many
With the aid of Mrs. Helen Hadley,
adviserg Eleanor Krick, president,
Winifred Johnson, vice presidentg and
Audrey Carlson as their secretary-
treasurer the Art Club sponsored
dances from which they spent some of
their profits for necessary student
equipment in the art room.
Exhibited their tatlents with paints and brushes
Row 1 e
Caldwell, Kramer, L e w i s,
Haslop, Stubbs, B. Vargo.
McElroy, Yensco, Davis, Rose,
Hughes, Mellon, Carlson, Yost.
Nelson, Smola, Kunkle, Pat-
terson, George, Frye, Mont-
rose, B. Lauffer, G. Krick,
Adams, Lagalski, Stouffer,
J. Lauffer, Lenhart, Johnson,
E. Krick, Schoenenbroich. '
Cheering as well as playing, the band,
under the direction of Mr. Joseph Men-
ham, presented a peppy program this
year. Donning new blue and gold uni-
forms, the band performed many routines
to the tunes of popular songs and intro-
duced several new pep numbers.
Mr. Menham, assisted by Clarke Lauf-
fer, president, Libby Troutman, librariang
Dale Kober and Frank Chadima, co-
managers, planned a successful year. The
members participated in many parades at
East McKeesport, Irwin, McKeesport, and
played Christmas Carols on the streets
preceding the holidays.
"And the band played on."
Shortly after the concert which took
place on May 4th, the annual banquet was K
held at Jacktown Hotel.
Co-orclinated their marching and playing skill
Row IfMartin, Stough, Dudura, W. Reiss, Dunn, Watson, Travis, Hickle, Proctor, Kleckner,
R. Thiem, B. Caldwell, P. Morris, D. Miller, P. Miller, Walter, B. Morris, Colinear,
Row 2-Flex, Lusebrink, Remaley, Davis, Graybrook, Williams, Troutman, George, Nosse, Wm.
Reiss, Schmidt, Plues, Srneltzer, Bigler, Mr. Menham, Shirk, Hager.
Rau' 5--Shiffler, Revesz, N. Caldwell, Denning, Rackley, Chadima, Bower, Kober, M. Miller,
VVhitlach, E. Krick, Lee G. Krick.
Row J,fLauffer, Schoenenbroich, Green, Hughes, Jasper, Leo, Hamilton, Laber.
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Irxxrrr B Morrrs Claar P Morrre
nr: Mr Menharn Ceorgc Congaware Hager Fngwxer Creen Clark Shrrk
Irrsebrrnk D 'VIrller Brgler Snreltzer
ou Hollam Pxrns Qhrftler Krrck -Xdarn1 Larrtttr Rrtkard 'VI Mrller Kober
N n :ul Ilurr time prormg llrnl
musu lratlr charms
Purrrrst Harrrct Lee
Lrnder the excellent surrervrsron of Mr Joseph
'Wenham the mrxed cho..r1 of North Huntrngdon
Tvxp Hrgh School had r xerw busx and succewful
Therr frrst publrc appearance was made on
October 23 w hen the mu nrbers, of the chorus par
trcrpatcd rn the Youth on Paradr program over
WFDO Thev had the prrxrleee of srnernq for the
hosprtalrfed veterans at A1pmwall Veterans Hos
Bt srdes srrrgrng for the students rn the school
or rt anlt QIXIIIQ pr rgram the Chorus ren
tlc td 1 beautrful A l'lllSt'I'l'1S cantata entrtletl
Musrc of Chrrstmas Thrs thex repeated at
X oeuc 'lerraee rlurrng tlrt Phrrstmas holrdays for
the North Yer frrlles llovmshrp T ronfs Club The
rnrrtcd ehorue aleo provrded musrc for th Baeca
laureate and Commeneernent serr lC9"
Varrous members oi the chorus were chosen
tr represent the school rn countx drstrrct and
state festrx als and took wrt rn Forensre eompe
The purpose of the rnrxed chorus was to
proxrde a means for tudtrrfs to learn and appre
crate more rnusrc
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were Rita Collnear June Stough Connie Foremsky
and Gertrude Martin Practicing each night these
girls sought new ldeas and steps to be performed
on the football fields and after much work you saw
a snappy foursome strutting up the field in all kinds
of weather putting pep and spirit into many spec
The Dance Band organized by Mr Joseph
Menham really got into the swing of things this
K ear Their mellow notes could be heard emerging
active group comprising fifteen members practiced
many long hours under the direction of Clarke Lauf
fer and Myron Miller who v. ere elected director and
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By practicing their motto, "To
maintain and establish throughout the
community high standards of Christian
character," the Tri-Hi-Y of North
Huntingdon gained much recognition
throughout the past year with their
activities. The girls endeavored to
reach this goal by packing baskets for
needy families of the community at
Thanksgiving and Christmas and mak-
ing favors for the Westmoreland Coun-
ty Hospital and the Aspinwall Veterans
Hospital. They also contributed to
North Huntingdon's visual aid program
and helped promote the March of Dimes
The annual "Sadie Hawkins" Day
dance sponsored by the club proved a
great success. The Tri-Hi-Y joined with
the Hi-Y for induction ceremonies and
a St. Valentine's Day social. Tri-Hi-Y Officers
For diversion the club went swim- L. lo Rf waiter, Lauffer, Krick, Lenhart, Yensfo
ming several times and sent a number
of representatives to the south west
district conference in Wilmerding.
Knowing the need of capable officers
for the organization, the members chose
Jean Walter, president, assisted by
Eleanor Krick, vice-presidentg Jean
Yensco, recording secretaryg Lois Lauf-
fer, corresponding secretary, and Car-
olyn Lenhart, treasurer. The club ad-
vanced again this year under the effi-
cient leadership of Mrs. Edith Duncan.
Promoted high ideals of
Row 1--Lauffer, Yensco, VValt-sr, Lenhart, Krick. Row 2----McElroy, Stough. Ramsey, Simpson, P. Morris,
Weaver, Exton, Hughes, Maystrovich. Row 3-Manuele, Colinear, Pas, Irwin, Carlson, B. Morris, Miller,
Martincheck, Remaley, Couchenour, Houck, Magill, Kelly, Gongaware. Row 4 Lusebrink, Shirk, Lehmann,
Carrera, Gregg, Doshen, Smeltzer, Mrs. Duncan, Johnson, Caldwell, Proctor, Peat, Lee. Beacham.
Lauffer, Sistek, Whitehead, Eichelberger
In any school or community, the Hi-Y is an
important factor in developing and maintaining
those factors of high character which go with Chris-
tian living. Prospective members must show qual-
ities of responsibility and leadership, besides pos-
sessing a wholesome attitude toward his fellow
Elected to the responsible position of president
was Jack Eichelberger, capably assisted by Clarke
Lauffer, Bob Sistek, and Wesley Whitehead as vice-
president, secretary, and treasurer respectively.
Mr. William Couchenour, the adviser, has helped
make this club one of the most influential in the
school. Under his capable leadership, members have
participated in various activities and sports, includ-
ing intramural basketball with other Hi-Y's. One
of the more solemn events, and one that will always
be remembered by the new members, was the induc-
Senior members of the club eased the crowded
conditions of the halls by directing traffic between
classes. A new policy of the Hi-Y, raising money
for the purchase of sweaters, was introduced this
year. During the past year. the Hi-Y has truly lived
up to its motto of "Clean Living, Clean Speech,
Clean Sportsmanship, and Clean Scholarship."
Conducted good standards throughout the school
Row I -Chopich, Walters, Nosse, Schanz, Stough, Eichelberger. Row 2 Adams. Doernte, Cook,
Pointz, Johnson, Laber. Row 3-Sadosky, Chadima. Row .5-Kober, Leo, Row 5-Lauffer, Rice. Row 6
-McCune, Mr. Couchenour, Blice. Row 7-Lentz, Bilott.
Row 1 - Martincheck, S t o u g h
Row 2 -- Miss Santner, S c a r a n o
Row 3 H- Brown, Houck, Globosky,
Vai-go, Houck, Fletcher, Globosky.
Row 1fPedder, Farrow, Kramer,
Row .2-George, Beatty, Gongaware,
Row 3--Mrs. Vanderscott, Fisher,
Row 4-Minervino, Garvin, Trout-
Theta ffuilon gamma
Under the direction of Mrs. Betty
Vanderscott, the T.E.G. has had a well-
planned year. Among their many inter-
esting activities, they knitted afghans
for the soldiers at the hospitals, did all
the patroling of the canteen, started a
regular knitting club, and sponsored
several school dances.
They chose as their officers, presi-
dent, Clara Marie Fletcher: vice-presi-
dent, Violet Globosky, secretary, Velma
Vargo, and treasurer, Shelby Houck.
All the classes are united in one
T.E.G. with the sophomores leading in
membership. Miss Anne Santner was an
honorary member of the club. After the
initiation of new members, they wore
their pins for the first time.
Junior, Senior T.E.G.
Wright, Woomer, Vuleta, Fletcherz
Englehart, Hogue, Martin, Harri-
son, Flex, Lewis, Reuss, Bellis,
F. Smith, Jones, Randolph, Ramsey,
Grubbs, Mrs. Vanderscott.
Vargo, Antonich, Horton, Manuele.
Peat, Proctor, Brumbaugh, Dinon,
Loskey, J. Smith. Yutzy. Lutz.
E. Clark, Fix, Carosso.
Altman, Baughman, Carson, Bellis,
Cearns, Drazdik, Jean Lagalski,
Joan Lagalski, Holderbaum, A.
Clark, Neri, Eichelberger, Viecelli,
man, Lutz, Whitehead, VVhit1ach,
Account Kr'epf'1's for the Caiztemr
The job of keeping the books for the
canteen fell to four senior T.E.G. girls.
Mary Hursh, Doreen Peterson, Anna
Marie Flex, and June Stough were kept
busy taking inventory, making-up bills,
and keeping track of receipts. These
girls deserve much credit.
The canteen is the project of all the
T.E.G. clubs, but the job of selling was
managed by the sophomores and jun-
iors. All the girls have helped to make
the canteen a success. Miss Santner and
Mrs. Vanderscott supervised the Work
of the canteen girls.
Stough, Flex, Weaver, Hursh.
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Gained knowledge by good exercises
One of the busiest groups in our
school this year was the mimeo-
graphers, consisting of Bob Bilott,
Doreen Peterson, Marion Weaver, and
Anna Marie Flex. All through the year
these students have given their time and
energy to mimeograph tests, programs,
schedules, and daily work, not only for
North Huntingdon High, but also for
the elementary schools in the township.
Back of this group was Miss Anne Sant-
ner, who also deserves much credit for
her ever ready helpfulness.
Learned that library work was fasclnatlng
Reference work an the Zzbrary
Not only to help keep the rules of the llbrary
obeyed and followed but also to prepare the
shelves for new books were the chlef dutxes of
the llbrary club Gathermg magazlnes papers
and books scattered here and there at the end
of the day became a rather tlresome task for the
members of the club But never a groan or a
moan could be heard from these people Workmg
dlllgently the members helped to keep the llbrary
a place ln Wh1Ch lnformatlon could be quxckly
obtalned at any tlme
Superv1sed by Mxss Harrlet Hart the club
chose as ltS offxcers John Smxth Phyll1s Detar
Elv1ra Orslno presldent vlce presxdent and sec
fu Llnla Xrxax Dans Lhalfant Thomls Nelson Fletcher Remalev Smlth
Rm: Taxlm Detar Rose SC'l1H6lCl6I Bauqhman Altman Orsmo Cramer Bellls
ll McE1rox Schocnenbroxch Plovxman Pez71 Dlnon Lusebrlnk Smeltzer
Beattx Bozxch Bostcdr Cearns Carcuthcrs MISS Hart
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Ist Row 3- Hughes, Sadosky,
Kelly, Lehmann, Kober,
21111 Row - - Schoenenbroich
Blice, Johnson, M ill e r
Row If Cearns, Irwin, VVit-
craft, Morris, Mull, Neri,
Row 2eMiss Peters, Caros-
so, Whitlach, Denning,
Pagona, Lehmann, Schanz,
Row 3 - Beacham, Peat,
Lauffer, Kober, Sadosky,
Row .9 - Chadima, Blice,
Johnson, Manuele, Schoen-
701-enAicA and be6ate Team
Offered experience in public speaking
Competition among numerous schools
and the desire to obtain badges repre-
senting high points were the two main
factors which started the 1948-49 For-
ensic chapter on its way. Various
tournaments were held at Jeannette,
Greensburg, St. Vincent, Derry, West
View, Hurst and North Huntingdon.
The annual Student Congress held at
Mt. Mercy rated high among important
activities. Congressmen were divided
into two groups, the House of Represen-
tatives and the Senate, whereupon a
mock session of Congress was then
conducted. Leading the chapter in
Forensic points and winning the Degree
of Distinction was Lee Mull.
Social life included a Christmas party
and a farewell banquet, which the of-
ficers, Lee Mull, Dick Blice, and Wini-
fred Johnson, president, vice-president,
and secretary, respectivelyg guided by
Miss Lorraine Peters, planned success-
The Debate teams were not idle this
year. Four teams debated the topic:
Resolved: "That the United Nations
Now Be Revised into a Federal World
Encouraged extra-circular activities
Row 1 - Lauffer, Evans, Mrs.
Dailey, Miller, R e m ale y.
Johnson, Weaver, Irwin,
Kelly, Smeltzer, Coombs.
Row 2 - Acalotta, Lusebrink.
Whitehead, Tucker, Tallant,
Walter, Simpson, Dirling,
Row 3-Hager, Shirk, Horton.
Bigler, Krick, Hlava, Brum-
ffmr 1 f- Gongaware, Payne.
Hughes, Davis, McElroy, Ax'-
Rou' 2fBeacham, Maystrovich,
Manuele. Forsythe. VV e S t.
lmfr fn right, Sitting H 'Miner-
vino. Horton, VVright, Lutz.
Stmzrlingf -f Caldwell, Smith-
Lewis. Flex, Mrs. Vander-
scott. Globosky, Dinon, Miss
Latm students dzsplay
example of Roman dress
Provlded lnterestzng moments for all
W1th the guldance of Mrs Duncan
the French Club was orgamzed and
elected and presldent vlce
presxdent and secretary respectlvely
It was hoped that through the work
of th1s club mterest IH the French
language could be promoted
Kmt one purl two These were the
fam1l1ar phrases heard at the meetlngs
of the kn1tt1ng club supervlsed by M1ss
Santner and Mrs Betty Vanderscott
Thxs club was organlzed by members of
our T E G groups and proved to be an
enjoyable organlzatlon As projects the
gxrls undertook knlttlng squares to be
made 1nto lap robes for varlous Vet
eran s Hospltals
Begmnlng a new school term the
Spanlsh Cluo xx as agaln organlzed Un
der the capaole superv1s1on of Mrs
Dalley the group chose as thelr offlcers
Clarke Lauffer presldent Wmlfred
Johnson VICE president Jackle Weaver
secretary and Myron Mlller treasurer
A roller skatmg party and thelr annual
dmner were sponsored
Desplte th fact that the Latm Club
was not orgam ed untll the begmmng
of the second semester xts members
enjoyed numclous actlvltles Led by
thelr 0fflC8IS presldent vice
presldent secretary and thelr
advlser Mrs Jean W1lls the club saw
the movle The Last Days of Pompen
and journeyed to the Buhl Planetarlum
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Watch the birdie and smile! How
often this was heard from members of
the Camera Club. The pictures were
used in the Hi-Lites and Yearbook after
being developed in the darkroom at
The club was ably led by Bob Evans,
president, and Ellen Whitlatch, secre-
tary-treasurer. Miss Evans gave many
helpful suggestions in making the club
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Row I--Sandson, Orsino, Rose,
Schneider, Rees, Detar. Spen-
cer. Forsythe. Jane Raygor.
Rauf .2---Nelson, Tallant. Hert-
zog, Joan Raygor, Arvai,
Viecelli. Clark, Gongaware.
Filkosky. Steck, Hursh.
Stephenson, Lewis, Heckman,
Rau- 3-fSimpson, Tucker, Mc-
Elfresh, Yutzy, A. M. Filkos-
ky. Franke. Molsky. Krick.
Rees. Rackley, Good. M. J,
Pezze. J. Pezze.
Rim- 1 Clark. Fretz. Tucker.
Garvin, Gongaware, Murray,
XVatson, Stephenson. Viecelli.
Razr 3 fOrsino, Rose, Crosse.
Bellis, Rees, Tucker, Kramer.
Rau- .3 Evans. Shields, Man-
uele, Weaver, LaFrance. Joan
Raygor. Jane Raygor. Plow-
man. Lehmann. Cearns.
XVhitehead, J. Pezze, Gray-
brook. M. Pezze, Hampshire.
Thomas. Miss Evans.
Rim' .Q -Lewis, Yutzy, Stubbs.
Stouffer. Joan Legalski. Hol-
derbaum. Jean Legalski.
Caldwell. Hlava, B 1 o t z e r.
McElfresh. Good. WVhitlach.
A newly established organization
this year is the Science Club, organized
for the purpose of making science more
interesting. Supervised by Miss Evans.
the club chose as its officers Leona
Tucker, president, Jean Viecelli and
Gerry Bellis, secretary.
A roller skating party at Greensburg
and a successful trip to Pittsburgh were
among the many activities of the year.
Members of the club seem to have bene-
fitted from the discussions which were
Left to right, Sitting -
McHugh, Kelly, Dubos-
ky, Miller, Johnson,
Neri, N. Eichelberger
Adams, Reuss, Yost,
Peat, B. Lauffer, Mor-
Standing - C. Lauffer,
Fletcher, Orsino, Chop-
ich, Tallant, Blice, J
Coverned student body officially
The Student Council completed a highly successful year under
a new plan of organization. Instead of home room presidents com-
prising the council, representatives were elected from each room, and
these, plus representatives at large, composed the council.
Capably led by Clarke
president, Kathleen Tallant,
along with the valuable aid
eral dances were sponsored.
Lauffer as president, Dick Blice, vice-
secretaryg and Rita Colinear, treasurerg
of Miss Rackley and Mr. Schwartz, sev-
With proceeds from these functions the
music department was aided in its purchase of choir robes. One of
the most important accomplishments of the school year was the
writing of a much needed constitution.
With the continued co-operation of both student body and fac-
ulty, the Student Council will truly become the democratic govern-
ment of North Huntingdon High School.
Colinear, Arthurs, L. ' M-ff
Koper, Sadosky, Blozo-
wich, Noble, Miss Rack- ,- M
ley, Filtz, J. Eichel-
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J"Class "A" Games
Coach, George Michaels
Repeating as Westmoreland Coun-
ty Class A Football Champions for
the second consecutive year, the
North Huntingdon Township Bull-
dogs completed the best season in the
history of the school. Under the cap-
able leadership of George Michaels
and the newly-acquired assistant
coach, George Krapf, the Blue and
Gold eleven compiled a record of
eight victories against one lone de-
feat. Boswell, Jefferson Township,
and Leechburg were newcomers to
the Michaelmen's schedule.
Opening the 1948 football season
was an easy task for the township
gridders as they completely routed
the West Newton Hornets, 34-0.
Coach Michaels substituted freely
against the inexperienced Class B
Against their first Class A op-
ponent, the Bulldogs eliminated an
aggressive Ford City eleven by a
26-6 count. A fourth quarter rally
proved to be the deciding factor.
Assistant coach, George Krapf
Sistek, Rabeck, Fawcett,
Paden tmanagerl, Mor-
teen, Vargo, Fecko, Mc-
Hugh, Eichelberger, 'White-
head, Novak, Murray,
Chopich, Venzin. VValters
Mr. Krapf, Steck, McCune,
Minerva, Edwards, Dubich,
Dubosky, Smetak, Basel,
Painter, Mr. Michaels.
Winning their third straight grid contest proved a harder
task than anticipated, as North Huntingdon halted a heavy,
hard-charging Jefferson Township squad, 19-12. This was the
first setback for the Greene County team.
The Leechburg Blue Waves' aerial attack collapsed before
the combined running and passing attack of the locals, 14-7,
in the Bulldogs' only away-game of the season.
A last-minute pass play covering 87 yards, gave the mar-
gin of victory to the Michaelmen as they edged an underesti-
mated Elizabeth eleven, 13-6. Humbling the North Huntingdon
gridders. 34-6, the Greensburg Lions snapped the tive-game
winning streak of the Bulldogs in their annual rival contest.
In the Iinal stanza, the Class AA squad turned the encounter
into a rout.
North Huntingdon definitely established themselves as a
contender for the Class A title by outlasting the Scarlet Hur-
ricanes of Hurst 2-15. After piling up an early lead, the Bull-
dogs staved off the second-half rally of the Hurricanes.
In an exhibition tilt, the locals overwhelmed the heavy Boswell Bears
27-12, for their seventh grid victory of the 1948 season. The powerful
Bulldog grid machine exploded to score four touchdowns in the second
Successfully closing the '48 grid campaign, North Huntingdon crushed
the Sewickley Township Bisons 26-0. By virtue of the "local rival" victory,
the Bulldogs assured themselves of the County Class A title.
Although they were undefeated in league competition, the Bulldogs
lacked sufficient points under the Gardner System to warrant them a spot
in the Class A playoffs. Home games this year were played at Offut Field
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Handicapped by the lack of a coach, the North Huntingdon fresh-
men team engaged in only two grid encounters both of which were
with Penn Township High School in the 194-9 season.
In the initial contest. the Bulldogs were blanked on the Penn
Township gridiron 38-0. Mr. Lawson accompanied them on this away
game. On their own field. the locals were again held scoreless by the
narrow margin of 6-0. Bill Painter and Bob Steck were co-captains
in these games.
Although losing both games, the Bulldogs showed a fighting
spirit. Prospects are good for future North Huntingdon squads from
the indications of their games. Among the future Bulldogs are:
Derby, Blozowich, Fecko, Furer, DeZorzi, Lentz. Minerva, Bullock,
Vargo, Dubich, Schenone, McCune, Freck, Robinson. Clem, Kramer,
Shirley, Siefert, Hanko, Painter, and Steck.
Starting lineup for the County Class NA" Champions
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C agemen proved then' abzlzty on the hardwood
Closlng thelr season as runner up Class
A Champlons of Westmoreland county the
lNorth Huntlngdon Tow nshlp basketball team
complled a very favorable record of 13 wlns
agamst 12 losses Under the tutorlng of
Coach John Brace the Bulldogs placed
fourth 1n Sectlon XI
Prov1ng to be the dark horse ln league
competltlon the local cagers played a large
part ln keepmg the sectlon ln a turmoll to
the finlsh Outstandlng among the v1ctor1es
of the Bracemen were thelr trlumphs over
Scottdale Jeannette and Latrobe on the
North Huntlngdon court With an undylng
Splflt that made them feared throughout the
sectlon the Bulldogs remamed 1n the race
for league supremacy unt1l the final game
By vlrtue of an easy trlumph at the
hands of Jeannette s reserves and an amaz
mg upset over the Greensburg LIOHS the
Bracemen advanced to the finals of the
county tournament There they were routed
by an excellent Monessen qulntet
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Handicapped during the early part of the
season by lack of experience, the North
Huntingdon Bullpups produced a record of
3 victories against 21 defeats. However, the
record of the Jay Vees under the leadership
of Coach Robert Wray was no indication of
their playing ability.
Facing an extremely difficult schedule,
the Wraymen got off to a slow start. Fresh-
men and Sophomores made up the squad
which struggled through the early portion of
the season. The addition of four juniors to
the North Huntingdon team showed a grad-
ual increase in the quality of their play. Their
three triumphs were registered at the
expense of Trafford. Hurst, and a highly
rated Jeannette quintet.
Experience gained by playing on the
Bullpup squad should prove valuable to the
players graduating to the varsity. From all
indications, the outlook is bright for future
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Borza, Chopich, Pavlik
Kunkle, Rice, Mr. VVray
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va. Petrosko. Dubich.
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Caldwell, Arthurs, Miner-
Top, Loft to Right: Mr. Mivhal-ls, Martz. Mc-Cum-, Dubosky, Basvl, Dunn Dulwich
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Upheld traditions of the school with fair play
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In their second year of competition,
the trackmen of North Huntingdon
established an invaluable record under
the leadership of Coach George Mich-
aels. The men of the cinders won two
meets, lost one, placed third in the
triangular meet at Greensburg, and
placed seventh in the county meet.
North Huntingdon's victories were
recorded over East Huntingdon by an
overwhelming score of 87-33, and Scott-
dale 64-1f3 to 62-2!3. The latter was
the best showing of the "Michaelmen"
Sistek hurls the javelin. Will Fabry make it?
in which they edged the highly-touted
"Millers," At the triangular meet the
locals placed third behind Greensburg
and Scottdale. The county meet saw
the Bulldogs placing seventh with eight
points. Ending their regular track sea-
son, the cindermen dropped a decision
to Kiski, 68-41.
Outstanding among the trackmen
was Richard Schafer, who broke school
records in four events and was the
high-scoring individual of the team.
Track Team Schafer, Eichelberger Arthurs
From Left fo Right - VVhitehead, Eichelberger, Cgming in the home Stretgh
Marion, Lentz, Koelsch, Martz, Sistek, Arthurs.
Livened the crowd with their cheers
With the support and willing co-operation of the student body,
this energetic group cheered our football and basketball teams to
many victories. Proudly attired in the blue and gold were three
veteran cheerers, Lois Lauffer, Betty Irwin, and Lois Ann Clinebell,
while Jackie Carson and Nellie Eichelberger were new to the art of
cheering this year. This group practiced diligently during the summer
and with the opening of school, introduced many new cheers.
Under the capable supervision of Miss Marianne White the cheer-
leaders drew up a constitution for their organization which stated
the standard uniform and a definite plan for selecting future cheer-
leaders. They chose. for their name "The Red Peppers" and their
motto is "To smile at a loss as Well as at a victory."
The club sponsored an all-school and alumni social to make
money for the purpose of purchasing material for new skirts. A
roller-skating party was also held at the Greensburg Coliseum to
enable the group to buy sterling silver rings which were presented to
the senior members on Recognition Night.
Without doubt, this peppy group is a valuable asset to North
Huntingdon Twp. High School.
Tramed gurls for sportsman like conduct
Under the capable guldance and
leadershlp of Mlss Olga Cawley w1th
the asslstance of the Leaders Club
the glrls sports program of North
Huntlngdon contmued to be another
The fundamental skllls of the
various sports were stressed durlng
the regular per1od of Physlcal Edu
catlon before home room tourna
ments began Teams were organlzed
ln each home room and the aCt1Vlt16S
were conducted on a seasonal basls
Thrllls excltement and keen compe
t1t1on were recognlzed 1n each of the
sports Felt emblems were awarded
to the champs
Fleld hockey st1ll remalned a
favorlte spol t even though lt resulted
ln achmg muscles SGIVC lt Help
lt over were yells that could be
heard duruo an excltlng volleyball
game The champs of volleyball
were Room A The hard earned t1tle
of basketball vlctors was clalmed by
Room 1 Sprlng 3CtlV1t16S mcluded
archery and softball Pmg pong was
enjoyed by all classes Danclng and
tumbllng developed aglllty and p0lS6
A new 3CtlV1ty mtroduced for the
first tlme was baton tW1I'l1f1g
Enjoyment as well as health ben
efits and sportsmanshlp qual1t1es IS
the chlef a1m of the glrls sports
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Beamers Handle Co
Berk Samuel W
Berney s Farm Market
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Brown Chas W Smoke Shop
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Carolan Sales Co
Chlck s Dalry Bar
Chopxch s Restaurant
Dobkln Furmture Co
Do Nut Stop
Dudley s Store
Eckert s Jewelry
Ed Bros Superette
Edwards Mel Dry Cleaners
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Fabry Mr and Mrs W G
Flrst Natlonal Bank
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Gongaware H J Sz Sons
Gregg J N
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Heasley s Barbecue
Hlrshberg Mr Sz Mrs
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Hutchlns W J
Irwln Dlstrlbutlng Co
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Irwln Monument Works
Irwln Savmgs Sz Trust Co
Irwln Traller Sales
Jack s Run Market
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Kl1ng1nsm1th s Confectlonery
Kramer s Joe Muslc Center
Lauffer s Ice Cream Bar
Lauffer Ken Motor Sales
LCVIH s Frank Furnlture
Len Curt Restaurant
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Llncoln Coach Llnes
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Sandson Mr and Mrs S
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Slmpson Bros Garage
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