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enjoyed by her. An able assistant on the
Library Staff Mercedes served on the Jun-
ior Play committees and Ushers' Club. An
exciting time was in store for PAUL MUR-
RAY when he came to Southside from St.
Mary's and began an academic course.
This popular senior participated in the
Junior Play, the Sophomore Council, and
the Business Staff of the Senior Play. In
1957 and again in 1958 Paul was a Stu-
dent Council representative. As a member
of the Spanish Club, and as a member of
homeroom basketball teams Paul took an
enthusiastic part in school activities.
Edgeworth graduate PHYLLIS NEW-
KIRK followed an academic course in
high school. FRANK NIVER, a vocational
student from Parley Coburn served on
various committees during his stay at
Southside. Serving on Junior Play and
dance committees was RONALD O'BRIEN,
an academic graduate of Parley Coburn.
A change was noted by CERALDINE
OJCONNOR when she graduated from St.
Mary's and started studying a commercial
course at Southside. Among Gerry's class
activities were parts in the Junior Play and
tivities were parts in the Junior Play and
Junior Day. Committees for the Junior
and Senior Proms and Senior Day con-
sumed much of her time. As a senior, she
was an El-So-Hi representative for her
homeroom. A member of the Ushers' Club,
she took part in the honor guard for 1958's
Senior Day and Commencement exercises.
Sports headlined the full schedule of RICH-
ARD OGDEN, academic student and grad-
uate of Pennsylvania Avenue School. In
his freshman and sophomore years Dick
played Junior Varsity Footballg in his
Junior and Senior years he participated in
Varsity Wrestling and Football. This like-
able senior earned membership in the Let-
termanis Club as co-captain of the 1958
football squad. Academic student CARL
OLSON found adventure when he came
here from 'Pennsylvania Avenue School.
Sophomore Parent Night and the Junior
Play are some class activities in which
Carl participated. ln his homeroom he
played on the basketball teams during his
sophomore and junior years. He was a
EUGENE MESUCH KENNETH MICHAEIS
ROBERT MILLS BARBARA MTNCHIN
DONALD MORDUE LYNN MORRISON
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JAMES McGONIGAL MARY McKLEVIS
THERESA Mr-MAI-ION PATRICIA JANE MEHOLCZO
LAWRENCE MERRILL DAVID MESSINC
dent from Hopkins Street School, competed
in homeroom basketball games for three
years. Bob was Junior Varsity Baseball
Manager in his sophomore year and Var-
sity Manager in his junior year. Partici-
pating in the Sophomore Night, the Junior
Play, and the Edsonian Business Staff took
much time. ln his junior year he went to
Youth County, joined the Spanish Club
and served on the Junior Prom committee.
Playing in the Band and the Orchestra
provided a change for Bob. Induction in
the National Honor Society highlighted
his senior year.
Future Nurses, member BARBARA
lVllNCHlN joined Student Council and
Cheerleaders' Club in her freshman year.
Any leisure time she had after completing
her academic studies was taken up by the
Future Teachers. the Edsonian Business
Staff, and the Spanish and the Ushers'
Clubs. St. Peters and Paul's sent us this
active girl. On both the business staff and
cast of the Junior Play DONALD MOR-
DUE found time a precious commodity.
This Parley Coburn graduate studied an
academic course while participating in
Student Council and Homeroom basketball
Parley Coburn sent the Class of 1959 its
Freshman president LYNN MORRISON.
Besides carrying out official duties for the
class, he served as secretary for the Letter-
mans' Club and vice-president for the Na-
tional Honor Society. Lynn excelled in
Varsity Baseball and Junior Varsity Base-
ball and Basketball. Working on the Junior
Play Business Committee and serving as
Circulation Manager for the El-So-Hi com-
pleted his busy schedule. Peppy cheer-
leader NANCI MOIJLTHROP was gradu-
ated from Edgeworth Junior High, In ad-
dition to her academic studies. Nanci par-
ticipated in Ushers' Club and Cheerleaders
Club activities. ln addition to active service
on the Edsonian Business Staff and Library
Staff. she participated in Freshman Parent
Night and served on Junior Prom and
Junior and Senior Play committees.
From Parley Coburn came commercial
student MERCEDES MOYA. C.A.A. and
Cheerleaders' Club were school activities
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member of Footlighters' Club, Spanish
Club, and Junior Red Cross.
Twirler, SANDRA PAGE, found aca-
demic studies much different from those
at Pennsylvania Avenue. Working on -Sen-
ior Play and Sophomore Parent Night
Committees took much of Sandy,s leisure
hours. ln addition to these activities she
became an Ushers' Club member in her
senior year. CAROL PARROW partici-
pated in C.A.A. and Chorus activities dur-
ing her freshman and sophomore years.
As a senior commercial student Carol
joined Ushers' Club.
Entering Southsides hallowed halls
proved to be a wonderful experience for
BARBARA PARRY, an academic student
from Edgeworth who included among her
class activities the Freshman and Sopho-
more Parent Nights, the Junior Business
Committee, the Junior Play and Junior
Day Committees, and the Sophomore Coun-
cil. As a junior Barb attended Youth
County and was inducted into the National
Honor Society. As a senior Barb became
president of the National Honor Society.
On the El-So-Hi Staff she served as Sports
Editor and as Associate Editor. Still able
to find leisure time she joined F.T.A.,
French, Spanish, and Ushers' Clubs. Ser-
vice on the Edsonian Literary and Business
Staffs rounded out her hectic schedule.
Playing her part in the history of South-
side High School was CAROL LOU PE-
DALTY, a commercial student from Penn-
sylvania Avenue School. After twirling in
her sophomore and junior years Carol
became Drum Majorette as a senior. Listed
among this lively blondas activities were:
Freshman Council, Junior Class Historian,
Junior Day, Junior Prom, and Junior and
Senior Plays. Carol also found time to
sing in Chorus, work in the Library, and
to participate in Cheerleaders' and Ushers'
This year's Edsonian Literary Editor,
MARY SUE PITTMAN, a Parley Coburn
graduate and academic student contributed
much to this class. ln the Junior Play
she served as musical director and as a
committee member. In 1956 Sue acted as
NANCY MOULTHROP MERCEDES MOYA
PAUL MURRAY PHYLLIS NEWKIRK
FRANK NIVER RONALD 0'BRIEN
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