Steelton High School - Ingot Yearbook (Steelton, PA)

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H a if 4.- I bf! 5 5 V' V 5 .JE W Ja .UL Q, r i KH.. ,, . li' " a 1 Q, 'I 4. . l STEELTUII sreelrnn, I HUT S BY SENO CL SS OF THE STEELTON HIGH SCHOOL STEELTON PENNSYLVANIA vnLuMElx,19a9 S E H 0 0 ULVHIII FOIQEWGIQD To you, friends of Sleellon High School, lhe closs of '39 offers lhis volume of ihe INGOT, hoping Tho? This piclure- slory will give you glimpses of 'rhe ocfivilies ond sludy programs which hove inleresled and inspired sluclenls oi Sfeellon High School. Book Book Book Book Book Book Book CONTENTS A....Focul'ry ........Seniors .,.,Undergroduo+es ,....Curriculo . . . . .Ac+ivi+ies .. A . .AH1le+ics . . . . .Feofures IIEIIII IN DEEP APPRECIATION EOR I-IER WISE COUN- SEL AND UNTIRING EFFORTS TI-IAT I-IAVE I-IELPED IN NO SMALL WAY TO MAKE TI-IIS PUBLICATION POSSIBLE, TI-IE CLASS OF I939 DEDICATES TI-IIS VOLUME OE TI-IE "INGOT" TO MISS VIRGINIA G. GERDES VIRGINIA GEIQDE5 IngoI Adviser IEngIIsI'1 De orImen+ ssrs: S. Breckenridge, R, C. Eclcels, S. Drel'1m,O. l-l. Aurand, W. B. Lang, W, H. Nell, Dr. Byrd, F. fx. Robbins, Jr. IEOAIQD OF DIIQECTGIQS Mr. O. l'l. Aurand ....., Mr. Franlc A. Robbins, Jr.. . .. Mr. Samuel Breckenridge Mr. William l-l. Nell .,.. Mr. Samuel Brehm Mr. Waller B. Lang Dr. F 10 W. Byrod Superinlendem' , , . . .Presidenl .Vice-Presidenl' . . . . .Secrelary . , . . .Treasurer Ralph C. Eclcels ADMINISTRATION MR. O. I'I. AURAND B.S., Susquehanna Universify MA., CoIumIJio Universify SuperIn+enden+ of Sfeelfon Schools MR. C. W. EISENHART ss., MA., eeiiysbiiig College Piiiicipiil of sieeiioii High School M RS. MABEL SCI-I RIVER B.S., PennsyIvonic Sfofe CoIIege Deon of Girls Z Q Q c 2 Q 4 4 2 ! Z Z Q Z Z i Z 2 2 Z 2 4 Q Q e Z Z 4 4 4 ! Z Z Q 4 . ! ! Z Z Z Z Z Z Z 2 W. E. Bu rfner English R. C. Copello General Science E. U. Cox Ari' Supervisor E. B. Crouse Wocdworlc R. L. Deuvor English, Expression A. P. Drayer Molhemcnlics F. H. Fischer Hislory K. Flinchbaugh English H. C. Frey T ypewriling, Sh 14 orfhond V. G. Gerdes English P. C. Gasf English E. Gcrrafy Mo+hemo+ics N. Harris Foods E. B. Greek Typewriling, Shorfhond M. M. Gilmer English, Lcfin C. P. Hoy Science J. N. Hoffman Physical Educolion H. Hisdorf Sclesmcinship 15 Bookkeeping, D. W Ive ' Y Ma+l1emc1+ics A. A. Jumper Cloilwing E. P. Karam Prinfing, Mailiemalics T. K. Karhan Assisiani Music Supervisor E. L. Keim Eleclriciiy, General Meial H. G. Kinner Mechanical Drawing C. K. Kline Physical Educolion G. A. Koons Civics. Problems of Democracy H. M. Kreifz Hisfory 16 ef E. K. Ryder Librorion D. R. Mcllhenny Civics, English M. E. Malehorn French R. L. Smifh Ge-ogrophy, Economics H Sleichfer M. . Bookkeeping, Low, Filing, Arilhmelic D. A. Semic Bookkeeping, Shorlhond M. L. Websfer Ari W. R. Sfonesifer Music Supervisor H. E. S+eFFen Biology, Mofhemohcs 17 Z ! ! Z Z Z I 4 4 l Z Z Z Z ! Z Z Z 2 Z 4 Q Z I Z Z Z Z Z Z 4 4 ! 2 Z Z Z 2 Z 2 Z Z Z ! CLASS OFFICEIQS GEORGE GO RSE Treasurer s GEORGE RODN EY Presidenlr NEIL REAGAN Vice-Presidenf CLASS COLORS: CHERRY AND WHITE CLASS MOTTO: "SUCCESS IS THE FRUIT OE ENDEAVORN CLASS FLOWER: TALISMAN ROSE 20 Bernice Allen "Nice She possesses a happy +emperamen+" Alyeih Afwell John Ballrovic General George Afanasoff "Joe "News marches on" General "Ailey "He will sei The pace wherever he goes" Scienfific "Rum "Always in+eres+ecl" Manual v Milan Barber "Milly" "Tall, clarlc, and handsome" General Serafino Barbush "Spud" "As quiei as 'rhey come" Commercial Harry Beisfline "Hen" "A Wiseman from ihe Easi" General Miles Belic "Ike" "l-le's shorr bu+ he gels around" General Anfhony Belsak "Bailey" "This boy has dis+inc+ion" Manual Anfhony Bernarclo "Tony" "The perfeci geni'lemen" Commercial Cafherine Besic "Kale" "She will go far in business" Commercial Theresa Blazi "Trease" "Full of giggles and full of fun" Commercial 21 Thomas Bosniak "He isn'+ Maggie's forge?" General Julian Brandi' "Achievemenl' in rhe making" Scienfilic William Brei+weiser "l-le has alrea y General Richard Bricker "A muscle-man lor rhe Sr. Play" Commercial njiggsll "Chief" d won arf conlesrsn Brighi'y" "Dick" Richard Brienzo Dick" "Always lalking lar The wrong +imel" Commercial Junior Brodnick "Ugly" "His hair-lhe envy of many" General Nelson Brooks "Bud" "A famous docfor of lhe fui'ure" Classical Frank Brown "Bus" "Ready ro play a new game in life" Manual Russell Brubacher "Rus+y" "l-le's handy wirh carpen+er's Tools" Manual Margaref Bukovec "Booky" "As a lypisr, she's one of The bes+" Commercial Anna Byrod "Be'H'y' "A gifled violinisl"' General Ralph Calhoun "Slush "A Jack of all 'rrades" Manual 22 Alfred Curlis Delores Cline "Dolly "Sweel and pelile" Commercial Samuel Colberl "Boola "l-le's pleasanl, gay, and genial" Commercial Jeanne Cucldy "Jeanie' "How did MGM overloolc her?" Commercial Kalhryn Cunlco "Chunlx' "Always a well-groomed coillureu Commercial llCur+ll "Laughler surrounds our friend, 'Curl' " ' General Charles Daniels "Charley" "The 'Benny Goodman' ol Sleellon High School" General Raymond DeMarco "Jesse" "l'le'll reach his goal" Commercial Vera Desenberg "Polly" "A lulure opera slar" Commercial Jean Devlin "Fudge" "Ol Jean l dream" Commercial Dorolhy Dimoll "Due" "Her smile will bring her lame" General Rogesl Dively "Rag" "The loiolagisl ol lhe Senior Class" Scienlilic Belly Dormer "Bel" "Our salesladyu Commercial 23 Anlhony Dragovan "Spor+s is his middle name" llsull General Nalalie Elder "Oolcie" "A vivacious iillerbugn Commercial Alcla Eusi "Molly" "A background of worlc, a foreground oi e1CFor'r" Commercial John Fabian "Johnny" "Always a genllemanu Manual Mary Fabian "Fabe" "She's always full of fun and ies+" General Roberl' Failor "Bob" "Major, we salule you!" General Marino Falcone "Muslxy" "A newspaper reporler he will be" General Mary Falcone "May" "Honor lies in honesl' Tail" Commercial Anna Faul "Annie" "She will be a iulure business manager" Commercial Fred Fee "Ferdinand' "Tall and indus+rious" Manual Beniamin Finger "Benny "To iesl is his desire" General Lesler Fisher "Fish l-le made a perfecl falher in The Senior Class Play" Commercial 24 BeH'y Fosier "Be+s "She lilces 'ro dance" Commercial Ellener Fosfer "Honey' "Cheerful and peppyn Commercial Doro+hy Fox "Do+' "The prodigal daughleru General Frances Frame "Fran' "Her name will be read in lhe headlines" General Herberf Fries "Jumppom" "A likeable personali+y" Manual LaVerne Fries "Vern" "She received as many "A's" as in Alabama" General Margcref Gardiner "Peggy" "Sunny Side Up" Commercial Herberf Garonzilc "Moron" "Our daclor bound for Texas" General Ada Gassarf "A lrue friend" Commercial Melvin Gas? "Mel" "A furure member of lhe F. F. A General Evelyn Glun+z "Blinlry" "Ready, willing, and able" Commercial Hugh Goodwin "Goodee" "The life of a par+y" Scienrific 25 George Gorse "Maimie" T "Knigl'1T wiTl1ouT armor" General Evelyn Green "Ev" "A ToiTlwTul companion" General Arihur Halfpapp "ArT" "He'll piloT a plane" Manual Emma Handfesi "Scl1malTz" "Time Typical sTenograplner" Commercial GG Carl HarTman "Kink" "Carl The GreaT" Manual Anna Herman "Pinkey" "Anne oT Green Gables" ScienTiTic Marion Hernialc "Mae" "Hair is o woman's crowning glory" Commercial George Hickernell "Hick" "Our TuTure STrancl manager" General Eclyfh Hill "Edie' "Time Merry HearT" General Florence Hill "Flossie' "ln your own quieT way" ScienTiTic Cafherine Hoffman "Cass' "CaTl1erine The GreaT" Commercial Margarei' HoFFmasTer "Mickey "All American Girl" General 26 ' John Hoover "Johnny "He'll pin Them clown every lime" Manual Rufh Howells "Rufus "A sophis'rica+ed lady" Scienlific Elizobe+h Hren "Lila' "Her business career is wailing" Commercial BeH'y Hummer "Be+' 4 "Sweet pelile and near" Commercial Sfonley lskric "Honey" "Don Quixolen Manual Marie lvlcovic "Rickey "Life is an lnclian Love Call" General Raymond Julian "Ray "His meal ancl drink-a+hle+ics" General Gerald Kopp "Jerry" "Dream and drum wifh Jerry" General Kalhryn Keiffer "Too+ie' "The lass wilh fhe delicale air Commercial Harold Kerns "Kernsie' "The slolicl sfoic lypeu Manual Roberi' Kingsbury "Doc" "Never in a hurry" Scienlific Leighfon Kingsfon "Leigh+" "A loolboll hero" Scienlific 27 Ann" Anna Kiren "A poclqel' lull of sunshine" Commercial Mary Klipa Klip" "There's always lun when Mary's around" Commercial Belly Kohlhaas "Be+s" "A solid gold record" General oFF "Cau'l'ch" Calherine Kormush 'Always aler+" Commercial llKos+Yll Mary Kosfelac . . . du "An unselhsh, worrhwhile lrien I r Commercial Frank Krasovic "l'le'll laik his way To fame" Commercial Daniel Krisioff "Mr, Koons' righl' hand man Commercial Alfred Lappano "LiH'le ro say, much io do" Commercial Adeline Leo "Swee+ Adeline" Commercial Alleman Leo "Leo lhe Lion" General Francis Leo Esquire en person General Isabel Lescanec "The fashion p a e Commercial ll of rhe 28 Frank" IIDOCII lIFa+ll "Addis" "Lemon" "France "lb class" Paul Marinalc "Anchors Aweighn General Dusan Maronic "May he manage his life as well as he m his reams" General Rachael Marsico "Lovely io loolc ar" Commercial Violei' Mauro "She leaves pleasanr memories in Sleellon High" Commercial June McGeehan "Service wirh a smile" Commercial Lenwood Meals "Smiles" General Sieve Mick "Small loul naughfyu General Mary Micldlefon "An orrisr in lhe bud" General "Squeelc" Philip Levifan "Flicker "A likeable personoli+y" General Eunice Lighiy "Eunie' "Pin your faifh +o ihis girl" Commercial Gregory Lipal: "Greg" "Silent ever silen+" Scienrific Sarah Lipsiiz "Connie" "Be++er lore lhon never" Commercial IIROYII "Dusl:ie" anaged llRcell livin IIMUQQYII llLennyll "Fefe" Z9 William Mika "Swing il, buddy" "Wills" General Margaref Miller "Peggy" "She works wirh precision" General Alberl Morrison "Ab" "Music Maeslro, Please" General Rheba Myers "Phoebe" "A secrerary in The making" General Margarefla Nas+av "Gre+a" "Perry and peppyu Commercial Charles Newbaker "Chilly" "l-le'll drum his way ro success" General Carl Newkam "Shleesh" "As a pole vauller he's a good Timer" General EmmiH' Nickens ' "A lailhiul worker" General Mary Novosel " "Reserved and shy, bui she'll reach rhe General Ray Orris "Always seen, never heard" Commercial Mary Orfh 'Sporlsmanship plus" Scienlific Sfanley Ozimac "A good mechanic he will be" General 30 'Nimmy" Nobbie" sky" "Tarz' "0r1'hie' "Dad Roberf Paine "Fa+ "The big man fro m ihe Easl lEndl" General BeH'y Papp "Bei" "Typical Co-ed" Commercial Thomas Pfeiffer "Tom" "A slalwari son of Sleelion High" Manual X Richard Phillips "Dick" l "Small Fry" Scienliiic William Pollard "Bill" "The magazines awaif his +alen+s" General Gilda Ponfi "Jam" "A good ciiizenn Commercial Caiherine Rados "Ginger" "Deligh+iul lo lcnow' Commercial Cornelius Reagan "Neil" "A+hle+ics -F Scholarship 2 Neil" Scieniiiic Jean Reber "Jennie" "An arrisl in The bud" Commercial Magdalene Reich "Mag" "All her ways are winning" Commercial George Rodney "Dead-Eye" "The boy wilh ihe malhemalical mincl" Scieniiiic Michael Rolcsandic "Mike" "Cen+er, hilce, hilce, hilce" General 31 lrene Romano "Renee" "Twinkle, lwinlcle, rhose lwo eyes" Commercial Ambrose Salinger "Amby" "Gabriel, blow your horn" Commercial "Clark" John Savage H8159 Special" General Anfhony Scrignieri "Squizzie" "Wise men keep silenl in dangerous limes" I Commercial W John Selmer "Cab" "A man's man" Manual Marion Sharon "Shem" "On her way lor lhe beller Things" Commercial Ru+h Sheelz "Shee+zie" "A lheme ol lhe nurse is service" General Beriha Shellenberger "Berl"' "An eclilor par excellence" Commercial Arlene Siegfried "Sis" "Allhough bashlul, she's always willing lo help" Commercial Kennelh Solomon "Ken" "A lighr brown Plymoulh means Ken is around" General Rulh Spivey "Shor'l'y' "Cour'leous and obligingu General Michael Slarsinic "Mickey "Johnny Weismuller beller warch our" Commercial 32 Beniomin Sfehman "Red "The ladies Took nofice +o 'Red' in 'Fly Away l-lame' " Manual Anna Sirickler "Ann "Meek as a mouse" Commercial Joseph Sfublior "Job "A quiel well-mannerecl boy" Manual Newfon Swain "New+ "The 'Professor' who loves fishing" Commercial Blanche Taleff "Corky" "S+ill walers run deep" General S'I'ella Taleff "Lib "A skillful 'rypis+" Commercial Amelia Tezak "Milly "A million-dollar smile" Commercial John Tonkovic "Tonka "His crafiy work makes him oulsiandingn General Michael Tricoff "Mundy "A baker wilh a promising fu+ure" General .lack Tyson "Murk "A man wil'h a few words" Scienrific Helen Ulrich "Hon "Silence is more musical ihan song" Commercial Anfhony Vanichar "Roy "A bowler who can'+ be l:aea+" Commercial 33 Barbara Vergof "A volley ball champ" "Barb" Commercial Joseph Vergol' "Joe" "He guards lhe fence" Commercial Harry Walmer "Izzy" "A merry, merry pirale is he" General Reinhold Weber "Du+chy" "He'Il hold his own and reach his goal quickly" General Winifred Welker "Winnie" "You musf have been a loeauliful baby" Commercial Wyndal Wise "Corky" "He's a iolly good fellow" Manual Henry Wolf "Henny" "A dashing Romeo is he" Manual Vera Yancheff "Vera' "Known for her courage" Commercial Theodore Yanchuleff "Too+s' "Snipl Snipl Anolher curl hi+ lhe dus'r" Manual Cafherine Zerance "Bunny' "The shy and blushing maiden" General George Zerance "Zola "A good spor'l" Manual Sfeve Zugay "Skippy "A splendid craf+sman" Manual 34 Joseph Zuvich "The liirle man in a hurry" Manual Handsomesf- John Savage Prefriesf- Nalalie Elder Mosf Popular- Mary Fabian George Gorse Besi Dancer- Naialie Elder Herberf Garonzilc Bes+ Dressed- lsabel Lescanec Alleman Leo Mosi Afhleiic- Vera Yancheff Dusan Maronic Mos? Original- LaVerne Fries Philip Leviian Besi' Crooner- Vera Desenberg John Savage Mosi School Spirif- Elizabefh Hren Roberi Paine Besi Personalify- Mary Fabian Philip Leviian lljoell Thomas Furianic Tommy WHOS WHO Class Giggler- Mary Kosielac Benjamin Finger Smallesf- Rachael Marsico Richard Phillips Tallesi- Mary Novosel George Rodney Mosi' Serious- BeHy Kohlhaas Neil Reagan Mos+ Comical- Evelyn Gluniz Alberl' Morrison Besf Acfor- Reinhold Weber Besr Aciress- Mary Klipa Biggesi' Arguer- Frances Frame Philip Leviran 35 "Alhle'rics is his die+" General Mosi Dignified- Rufh Howells Reinhold Weber Cufesi- Rachael Marsico Benjamin Finger Mos'l' Sfudious- BeHy Kohlhaas George Rodney Mosi Bashful- Jean Reber Charles Daniells Class Vamp- Emma Handfasr Man Haier- Alda Eusi Woman Haier- Neil Reagan Besi' Musician- Anna Herman Alberi Morrison Mosf Tallrafive- Barbara Vergoi Alberi' Morrison Biggesi' Bluff- BeHy Papp George Gorse OUIQ DIAIQY SEPTEMBER 6 29 OCTOBER I2 20-2 I 22 NOVEMBER 8 I I I4 I8 24-25 DECEMBER 8 9 I3 I6 22 JANUARY 3 5 I6 23-24 25-26-27 30 FEBRUARY I0 22 MARCH 22 3I APRIL 7-I0 II I2 I3-I4 2I MAY I2 30 JUNE 5-6 7-8-9 I0 II I4 I5 I6 Firsl' day of school. We were seniors of lasfl Srudem' Council had a 'rea dance. Some+hing new and a big success. Pamahasilca's Pe+s. We could hardly believe our eyes. lnslifule vaca+ion. Band members had lo be a+ school al' 8:30 A. M. Dance by Owaissa and Jr. Hi-Y. Rudy Jiras and his orcheslra furnished 'rhe music for fhis delighfful dance. Edwin M. Dill, +he Porler. This was our firsl' special assembly. Holiday-happiness reigned again. Armislice Day. Reporl cards oul. Many long faces. lEspecially for seniors.l Craflsman and Sr. Hi-Y dance. Took 'rime oul' for an evening of lrolic. Thanksgiving holiday. This fell more like a vacalion. Casf A presenled Senior Class Play. I+ was a big success. "Fly Away l-lame" presenfed by Cas+ B. Congraiuloiions, Seniors! The Croa+ian Tamburilza Ensemble. Somelhing new and somelhing different A dance was presenied by fhe Jr. and Sr. Hi-Y's. We wenl "+ruclcin' " along. Beginning of Chrislmas Vacalion, 'rhe besr lime of lhe school year. Refurn +o school. We made resolulions 'ro siudy. "Cinderella," We saw greal aclors and greaf acfresses. Roberf O. Monaghan, blind musician. Review for examinalions. Worryl Worry! Worryl Firs'r semesfer examinafions. Tool: lime our 'ro rhink. Second Sernesfer Begins. Made up our minds 'ro do belrer This semesier. Reporl cards our. Long faces and some happy ones. Holiday-WashingIon's birlhday. If came and wenf 'foo quickly. The Cambell Company Magic and Venlriloquism. Could our eyes be deceiving us? Third Quarfer ends. Three-fourlhs of fhe school year already gone. Easier Vacalion. Reporf cards our again. Repenled fhal we had noi sfudied harder. Miss Jessie Rae Taylor, lmpersonalor. Though? we were hearing Ihings? OpereHa. "The Old Fashioned Charm." Craflsman and Jr. Hi-Y Dance. We spenl ano+her pleasanl evening Iogelher. Junior Plays-Excilingl Thrilling! Slarllingl Holiday. Loads of fun. Decoralion Day. Review. Long burned Ihe eleclric lighls. Final examinarions. l-loorahl The las+ exams we had +o rake. "Inger" came oul. Seniors-"May I have your au'rograph?" Baccalaureaie sermon. The seniors were very solemn loclay. Class Picnic. Our las+ bi+ of fun of 'rhe school year. Commencemenf. Dream comes 'rrue. School closed. Tears and cheers for The Dear Old Sieellon High. 36 SEPIIGIQ CLASS HISTGIQY Info fhe valley of learning we wenf, feachers and sfudenfs around us, all wel- coming fhe fwo hundred and fhirfy Freshmen fo Sfeelfon High School. We were eager and inquisifive. seeking fhaf which many before us had found-an educafion. Foofball, 'rhe grand old sporf, found a number of enfhusiasfic Freshmen eager fo fry fheir skill. Baskefball and frack also broughf forfh many Freshmen fo "do or die" for Alma Mafer. In fhe school Operefla, "Bon Voyage," our class was well represenfed. And so June found us wifh our firsf fasfe of Sfeelfon High life sfill sweef in our memories and many yearning +o refurn. Sepfember found us refurning, defermined fo become haughfy Sophomores. Debafing acfivifies claimed several of our class, as well as band and orchesfra. Foofball found fhree Sophomores on fhe varsify feam. Baskefball also chose fhree members. Several members gave fheir supporf fo "The Counf and fhe Co-ed." The year passed speedily and June again found us promofed. Juniors af lasfl Back 'ro dear old Alma Mafer again, buf fhis fime as illusfrious Juniors. Our flocks, needing a leader, chose George Rodney as The presidenf. Af fhe same fime we chose class colors-cherry and whife. Foofball, baskefball, wresfling, and frack again fook ifs share of 'rhe hearfy followers of Mercury. The social organizafions looasfed of having many Juniors. The Sfudenf Council had as Secrefary-Treasurer a Junior. Junior Class Plays provided a chance for all fufure sfars fo fry fheir acfing abilifies. The Juniors responded wifh will and puf plays on wifh greaf success. Seniors af lasfl We were defenders of fhe weak, and advocafes of fhe never dying school spirif. We enfered fhe porfals of lordly Seniorship wifh one hundred and sevenfy members. Again George Rodney was given The parf of helmsman for fhe class and under his able supervision a varied program of acfivifies was launched. The presidenl' and fhe vice-presidenf of Sfudenf Council were Seniors. The class displayed ifs falenfs af fhe play, "Fly Away Home," and af fhe opereffa, "An Old- Fashioned Charm." Affer a whirlwind of programs. dances, picnics and Commencemenf, we bade good-bye fo fhe sfalwarf insfifufion we had learned fo love. Z ! ! 4 I Z 4 1 6 4 ! Z Z Z Z Z ! Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z ! 6 l Q Z Z 2 2 2 l Z Z Z Z P I1 UHHTES JUNIOIQ CLASS Presidenl ,..,. . . .Jaclc Richardson Vice-Presidenl. .... . . . .Samuel Klipa Secrelary-Treasurer. , . .... Merlcel Slubbs Having carried lhe '40 flag ol maroon and gold lhrough lhree years of high school, we lwo hundred and sixleen Juniors display a greal salislaclion in our record. The members ol The class ol '40 parlicipaled in many aclivilies, Six Juniors, Norma Vance, Veronica Mahalic, Kalhryn Fries and Sara Alanasolll, represenled The class in lhe Sludenl Council. ln lhe lilerary field, Calherine Byrod and Suzanne Clouser served as co-edilors ol "S+eel Poinl's" wilh Jean Griesl as assislanl edilor and olher Juniors on lhe edilorial slall. This was lhe firsl year lhal Juniors were pul on 'rhe lngol Slall, on which Gerald Behman served as snapshol edilor and Sara Nranasoll as associale edilor. The Junior Plays proved quile successful. Violel Kormusholf and l-lannah Newbalcer represenled lhe class in 'rhe cheer-leading squad. However, lhe class did nol excel in afhlelics. Neverlheless, lhis flaw was overlooked because ol our aclivily in olher exlra-curricular aclivilies such as: Owaissa, Sr. l-li-Y, Arl, Craflsmen and Philalelic Clubs, Band, Orcheslra, Orpheus and Eurydice. Consequenlly, wilh lhis record, we are all wilh a "l-li-ho and Cheerion lo lalce up lhe responsibililies of our Senior Year. 40 SC PI N -GQ: , 43. .1 5?-' ah .,, WV '5-effvqufg' Q QQQ5 -QAGJSUQQ 'f iiiiigw 5 ., 5 5 as if if Alma Mafer. 2. "3:45." Maeslros. 4. Rivals. 5. Crooner Top of lhe World. 7. "Seven Pillars of Wisdom." 8. Leisure "Our Gang." IO. Walclw 'rlwe birdie! I I. Three Made Russians 43 CLI CK! CK! Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Z Q Q Q 2 Q Q Q Q 2 Q Q Q Q Q Q . Z Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Z EQIRRIE TH E CLASSICAL CGUIQSE LiTTle did The Romans realize ThoT Their LaTin would become an imporTanT Taun- daTion Tor our modern languages and learning. ThroughouT The cenTuries, LaTin was The language which all scholars sTrove To masTer, and evenTually, iT has become The basis Tor The Classical Course oT Today. The Classical Course, which is mainly a language course, is sTudied Tor various reasons. LaTin, included in This course Tor Tour years, Teaches us To appreciaTe more Tully The culTure and civilizaTion oT Today: iT Teaches us To appreciaTe The liTeraTure and The life oT The Romans Trom whom we have secured Types OT archiTecTure and sculpTureg iT acquainTs us wiTh Their cusToms and laws. French, one oT The Romance Languages, is included in The curriculum oT This course Tor Three years, besides The sTucly aT English grammar, liTeraTure and composiTion Tor The enTire Tour-year Term. Likewise, The English language has Two-Thirds oT iTs words derived from LaTinq Therefore, French and English have many similar words because of Their LaTin origin. FurThermore, l.aTin and French Train us in precision, accuracy. deTiniTeness and clear Thinking. Besides The inclusion aT languages in iTs curriculum, This course conTains social sciences and maThemaTics. In The social sciences, civics, world hisTory, American hisTory and Problems of Democracy are sTudied respecTively. The course in ma+hema+ics comprises Two years of algebra, plane geomeTry, solid geomeTry, and TrigonomeTry. Thus, The Classical Course prepares sTudenTs for advanced sTudy in schools oT higher learning. 46 TH F CGM M EIQCIAL CGUIQSE The Commercial Course is designed Tor pupils who wish To enTer The business world. This course has an aTTracTion Tor a large maioriTy of girls since business demands ThaT women Take Their places beside The men in oTTice work. In This course The pupil has an opporTuniTy To learn The TundamenTals of business, including bookkeeping, business ariThmeTic, Tiling, sTenography, TypewriTing, commercial law, and geography, as well as The regular required subiecTs oT any course. They are English, Expression, Problems aT Democracy, l-lisTory and Biology. The advanced secreTarial sTudenTs also geT The opporTuniTy Tor pracTical Training by helping Teachers and adminisTraTive heads oT The school. The purpose oT The pracTical Training is To develop self-confidence and poise in The sTudenTs beTore They enTer Their TirsT posiTions. AT graduaTion The secreTarial pupils have had an opporTuniTy Tor boTh creaTive and arTisTic endeavor and They are Tamiliar wiTh commonly used oTTice appliances, Their purpose, and operaTion. This inTerwoven course oT TascinaTing work and The anTicipaTion aT a successful business career, keep Those who selecT iT, consTanTly on Their guard. Since This course prepares The sTudenT Tor work immediaTely upon graduaTion Trom high school, iT conTains The largesT percenTage oT sTudenTs. 47 THE GENERAL COURSE The General Course is probably The mosl popular course in our school because if does noi resiriclr fhe sludenf To a parlicular lype of worlc, but because il gives a varied line ol subiec+s, +ha+ will be of prac1'ical use whelher or noi' he inlends lo go lo college. Very oilen a pupil has selecled one of The regular courses and 'rhen realizes, offer spending a year in The course, lhaf he is nor suilecl To il: He 'rhen changes and falces 'Those subiecls which are en+irely eleclive. A+ gradualion, if he has lhe regular sixieen credils buf in no specified course, he is classified as a general. Assuming Thar rhe s+udenl chooses his course al The beginning of his Sophomore year ihe required subiecls are as follows: lhree years of English, a half year ol Problems of Democracy, a half year of Expression, 'rwo years of hisrory, and one of biology. The required minor subiecl is physical educafion for 'rhree years. ln addilion, he may selecl any o+her subiec+ offered in Sleellon High School, 'rhus giving him +he advaniages over fhose who are bound To a specific course. I+ also enables +he siudenr lo gracluale wiih The grealesl number or 'rhe minimum sixieen crediis. 48 THE MANUAL CCDUIDSE The Manual Course is divided inTo Tour diTTerenT phases of work. They are MeTal Work, PrinTing, ElecTriciTy, and Woodwork. In The sTudy oT meTal, The sTudenT learns The Trade oT a Tinner, plumber, machinist and elecTric welder. Molding arTicles such as Trays, ornamenTs and book-ends are consTrucTed in The meTal shop. PrinTing Teaches The essenTials in developing a successTul prinTer. They are prooT- reading, painTing and paper cuTTing. The Tull comprehension of These TundamenTals is necessary beTore one can be TaughT The diTFerenT kinds aT Type and how To seT Them Tor prinTing. In The elecTricaI deparTmenT, sTudenTs learn To make rnoTors, crysTal seTs, elecTric bells and many oTher Things which are very inTeresTing To The person who is planning To make elecTrical work his liTe's vocaTion. Woodwork offers everyone in The Manual Class The opporTuniTy To develop his skill in carpenTry. STudenTs learn To make Tables, checker boards, desks and many oTher useful Things. These are noT The only subiecTs ThaT one receives in The Manual Course. OTher subiecTs which are sTudied in This course are English, Problems of Democracy, Trigo- nomeTry and hisTory. This course TiTs The pupil Tor useful employmenT in a specific Trade. or occupaTion, and is regarded as an aid in developing The inTellecT as well as being a parT oT a general educaTion. 49 TH E SCI ENTIFIC CQUIQSE "WhaT sTrange mysTeries are being unfolded under my microscope? WhaT odd soIuTions? Maybe I shall be anoTher PasTeur, I.isTer or STeinmeTz?" These are a few of The Thoughfs ThaT run Through The mind ofa sTudenT in The ScienTiTic Course. Primarily, The purpose of This course is To prepare The sTuclenT for college work. The course is, Therefore, preparaTory for The sTudenTs who wish To Tollow a profession in chemisTry, engineering, phases of medicine, Teaching and many oThers. BUT even for The s+ucIenT who does noT inTend To go To college, The course is beneficial. IT enables him To cope wiTh puzzling problems ThaT may arise in The progress of daily life. From The name, one may surmise ThaT iT includes some of The many sciences. They are Freshman science, Sophomore biology, chemisTry, physics and Senior science, algebra, geomefry and TrigonomeTry. Also included in The course are French, Problems of Democracy, English, mechanical drawing for boys ond arT for girls. Boys and girls who graduaTe in The ScienTiTic Course have developed The power of making absTracTions and are well equipped To malce concreTe applicafions of absTracT principles which is preparedness for fuTure life. 50 -,J V -W V Q ,,,Y V H 1 ,..:rn..,..:" . THE HOME ECONOMICS COUIQSE The work in 'rhe clo+hing is s+ar+ed in +he seven+h grade and conlinues un+il +he senior year in high school. H' is compulsory in grades seven +o nine and alrler 'rhal' lime ir becomes an elecrive. A Type of work is chosen +ha'r will be of use 'ro +he girls. bolh in +he presenl and in 'rhe fu+ure. One does no'r learn only 'fo consfrucf clolhing in +his course bul' lecrures on sui'rabili+y, needs. care and cos+ are given. Wifh fhis in mind, an apprecialion of clofhing from 'rhe arlislic, +ex+ile and economic srandpoinfs is considered. In 'The more progressive courses where clofhing is an elec+ive, 'rhe more difFicul+ problems in conslrucfion are underfaken, such as personal care and selecfion of clofhing in 'rhe ready-made line. The work in housekeeping is essen+iaIIy fhe some scholasfically as fhe clofhing classes. ln +his course, unils of home-making are offered, such as foods, healfh, family responsibililies, care of children, preparafion of meals, care of sleeping quar- fers, living and working areas, e+iqueHe and hospifalify. We are proud of +he lac? fha? our home school equipmenl is enlirely modern, sui+able. and very adap+able +o our needs. In all, fhe Home Economics Course aHemp+s +o meer needs, +o direcf abilifies. and +o encourage efforls in homemaking. 51 v - 1 Q ! ! Q 4 Q Q Z Q Q ! Z Z Z 4 Q ! 2 Z Q Q 4 4 4 C 4 ! Z Z S 4 ! Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z AETIVI TIES SeaTed: Mohalic, Clouser, Eusi, Orris, Weber, Fabian, Foul, STaseaTTs, Crump. Second Row: ATanosoTT Mr. GasT, Given, Brodniclc, Malobovic, Nenodovich, GusTin, Vance, Gardiner, Reagan. K, Weber Reynolds, Mrs. Schriver. Third Row: T-lenzleman, l.eviTan, Paine .STUDENT COUNCIL PresidenT ,.... ..., R einhold Weber Vice-PresidenT ...... .... M ary Fabian SecreTary-Treasurer ....,..............,...,.,...... Jean Orris The STudenT Council, consisTing oT TwenTy-Tour sTudenTs who were insTalled by our principal aT an assembly in The beginning oT The school Term, has iusT compleTed one oT iTs mosT successTul years. The accomplishmenTs oT This organizaTion were numerous. From The Flower Fund were purchased flowers or cards Tor ill schoolmaTes. Civic pride was mainTained in The high school Through The eTTorTs OT The Civic CommiTTee. The Welcoming Com- miTTee made The new sTudenTs Teel "aT home," and The LosT and Found DeparTmenT conTinued To TuncTion, holding several aucTions ThroughouT The year. STrangers in The building were given inTorrnaTion by members aT The Service Desk. This body also assisTed in The adverTising oT various school evenTs. TiclceTs Tor The OpereT'Ta, Junior and Senior Plays were handled by The represenTaTives. This was The TirsT year ThaT Tea Dances were held in The gymnasium under The sponsorship oT The Council. ln addiTion, small pennanTs were sold To The sTudenTs, The proceeds being used Tor sTudenT awards. AT The STaTe STudenT Council ConvenTion, STeelTon High was represenTed by Tour sTudenTs, who broughT back some daTa concerning The work oT oTher STudenT Councils. ThereTore, Through all These services, The STudenT Council, wiTh Mrs. Schriver and Mr. Gasi' as advisers, has become an invaluable organizaTion. 54 BAN lofi OFFICHQS Presidenl. . ,. ...Harry Walrner Vice-Presidenl . . . Reinhold Weber Secrerary . , .Alloerl Morrison Treasurer , , Williarn Milca CJlQC,HESTlQA OFFICERS Presidenl , ,. William Mika Vice-Presidenl. . . , ,Alberl Morrison Secrelaryw Charles Daniels Treasurer ,. , .... , , .. .. ,Gerald Kopp BAND-Firsl Raw: Pease, Gasserl, Delweiler, Milca, Brodniclc, Krasgvii, Daniels, Kapp, Canning, Weber. Second Row: Reyonlds, Miller, SChminly, Garonzilc, Triefe, Beisiclcer, Weaver, Myers, Kaugh, Phillips, Bianco, Failor, Shierler. Third Row: Mr. Karhan, Myers, Mendoll, Breif- weiser, l-lowells, Roof, Balcer, Borden, Lipalr. Fourih Row: Walrner, Schmidt Behman, Lipcilc, Solomon, Bi-odniclc. ORCHESTRA-Fifsl Row: Brodniclc, Mendoll, Byrod, Morrison, Rupp, Daniels, Mika. Second Row: Zerance, Walrner, Schmidt Solomon, Bar- den, Myers, Fries. Third Row: Mr. Karhan, Kongh, Behrnan, Roof, Kapp. 55 THE EURYDICE CLUB Presideni Mary Kosielac Vice-Presidenf Mary Orfh Secrefary Anna Herman Firsi Row: Orfh Fox, Sheeiz, J. Vorirapich Jacoby, Kohihaas, Herman, V. Desenberg Foiri, Handiesi, Kosieiac, Myers, Eider, Hern jak, Nasiov, Siegfried. Second Row: Bakic, Rupp, Durburow, Gardner Hicicerneli, Fabian F, Desenberg, Beisiline M. Fries, Benicovic, Rohn, Rudman, K, Fries, B Mrrihoiiarrd Sinirovic, L, Mrrihoiiond, Mr Sionesiier. Third Row: Mcixlariqhron, Hail, Verbos, Klingier Siofeairs, fxiricer, Eliecic, DeWees, Zeriinix Bower. Ohmii, Newbarrrn, Nichoison, Bush. Foirrrh Row: Sooiiiard, Voricopich. Kirhneri' Lanza, Newbaicer, Keirn, Mricona, Roiser. A CAPELLA CHOIR Firsf Row: Dewees, Filecir, Fail, Desenbergr Herrnarn, Rupp, i-iicicerneil, Howerie Kohihaas i-iandie5i, Fider, Newbairer, Fries. Second Row: Mr, Karhon, Sheeiz, Bower, Soi- omon, Zeriinlc, Fries, Airicer, Desenberg, Beisi iine, Bush, Siaseaiis, Ohmif, Mr, Sionesiier. Third Row: Krorrf, Phiilips, Pugh, Triece, Lind rnan, Leviran, Richardson, Hicicerneii, Weber Paine, Weber, Kersreifer. Foiirih Row: Soiornon, Conner, Shariie Baker Morrison, Sieianic Reynoids. THE ORPHEUS CLUB Presideni John Savage Vicevpresicierir Philip Leviton Secrerary Reinhold Weber Firsi Row: Hoirseai, Krorri, Keryieirer pirgir Savage, Boker, Shoriie, Leviian, Morrison. Second Row: Soiomon, Lindernan, Cairo, Phii lips, Wifmer, Sieianic, Paine, R, Weber', K. Weber, Mr. Sionesiier, Third Row: Sorriliard, Conner, Triece, Korrnrrsh- oh, Graniaan, Faiior, Richardson, Canning, Higirerneii. Bob Fosler ...... Millie Posler ...... Carmelila DeRibera Leona rd Darcy .... Bunny Brown ..,. Lois Williams ..,.. Hiram MacDul:lle . Manly .....,,..,..... AN OLD-FASHIONED CHARM A Sparkling Musical Comedy Book and Lyrics by Juanifa Ausfin Music by Clarence Kohlman Produced under +he direclion of Professor William R. Slonesiler Presenled by The Eurydice Club and The Orpheus Club April l3 and I4, l939 CAST OF CHARACTERS Toreador in Carmelil'a's Troupe . . . Carmelila's Dancing Parlner .,... Bill, one of Bunny's Boy Friends .... GD EIQ ETTA ,...Ph11ap Levin-.n .. ,Anna Herman . . .Mary Kos+elac . . Reinhold Weber .,......Anna Foul . . , .Vera Desenberg . . . .Richard Phillips .. . .Roberl Failor . . . . .James Baker . . . .Joseph Canning ,. . .Roberr Paine 57 Sealed: Krislolll, Reagan, Richardson, Rodney, R. Weber, Wolrneu, Phillips. Second Row: Mr, Drayer, Marniolc, Soulner, Savage, Geary, Swain, Newbalcer, Schrnidl, Lea. Third Raw: Swarlz. Macler, Finger, Behrnan, Daniels, Fee, Fisher, Gvugoll, Maronic. Sealed: Longneclcer, Miller, Boyles, Slroud, Willis, Reynolds, Kroul. Second Row: Eysler, Shelley, Cairo, Hoover, Brodniclr, Neibich, Nissley, Sernic, Callaghan, Weber, l-louseal. Third Row: Drayer, Gielcler, Blazi, Conner, l-lenzelrnan, l-lowells, Carlson, Canning, Filzgerald, l-lollern. SENIOR HI-Y CDFFICEIQS Presidenl . . . . . ,George Rodney Vice-Presidenl . , ,... Jock Richardson Secrelary . A . ,... Reinhold Weber Treasurer ,. ,.,, Neil Reagan JUNIQQ l'll-V GFFICEIQ5 Presidenl . . . , . ,Edward Slroud Vice-Presidenl , . . . .Richard Willis Secrelary . . . , . .William Boyles 58 Presidenl . . , Vice-Presiderfr Se-crelary . . lreasurer . ., Presidenl , . . ViceAPresiden+ Secrelary . . Treasurer . . . CIQAFTSMEN CLUB . . . ,Theodore Yanclwulemcl . .... Russell Brubaclwer ..,Ralpl1 Calhoun ...l-lenry Wolf QWAISSA CLUB ...,Marion I-Iernjok . . . .Belly Kolullwaas , . .Mary Fabian . ..ElizabeTl1 l-lren Sealed: l-larfman, Halfpapp, Wolf, Calhoun, Yanchulefl, Brubaclmer, Spizzieri. Second Row: Mr. Keim, Taylor, Gusiin, Buffs, Duralia, Kerns, Benkovic. Third Row: Belsalc, Zugay, Cliarne be rs, Bieseclcer, Fabian. Sealed: Zerfinlc, Foul, Popp, l-lren, Hernialc, Kol1ll'1aas, Fabian, Vance, Zerance. Second Row: Alanosalzl, Scluminlcy, Orris, Smey, Mohulic, Mirclaselil, Raclos, Bazdar, Talefl, Fries, Griesf, Miss Garraly. Tlwircl Raw: I-lcndfesf, Lescanec. Kosfelac, Cernugel, Aulcer, Orflw, Howells, Benlcavic, Dmirraviclw, Bulcavec, Middlelan, Besic. 59 .SENICIQ Lefl Io righlz Mary Fabian, Joseph Verqof, Junior Brodniclc, Berfha Shellenberger, Vera Desenberg, George Rodney, Newfon Swain, Beniamin Slehrnan, Anna I-Ierman, Reinhold Weber, Belly Kohlhaas, Harry Walmer, Mary Klipa Leif Io righfi Alberl Morrison, Michael Sfarsinic, LaVerne Fries, Ambrose Salinger, Rogesi Dively, Margarel Gardiner, Belly Papp, Lesler Fisher, Mary Orfh, Richard Phillips, Jeanne Cuddy, Beniamin Finger, Anna Foul CI ASS IDIAV I-larry Vxfalmer. .. Mary Klipa . . Anna I-Ierman . . . Junior Brodniclc ..,.. Berlha Shellenberger. .. ... Vera Desenberg ..,. Benjamin Slehman , Reinhold Weber. . Newlon Swain , Mary Fabian . Joseph Vergor .... George Rodney ,... Belly Kohlhaos . . HARMER MASTERS . . BUFF MASTERS .. . . LINDA MASTERS . . COREY MASTERS . PENNY TINKA COLLINGSBY JOHNNY HEMING . . JAMES MASTERS . ARMAND SLOAN . MARIA...... ....GABRIEL.... . . . TAXI DRIVER . . . .. NAN MASTERS .. 60 ...Richard Phillips .... Jeanne Cuddy Margarel Gardiner . , .,,. Michael Slorsinic .......Anna Foul .....BeHy Popp ...Rogesl Dively . . . , . Lesler Fisher ...Benjamin Finger . . . . .LoVerne Fries . Ambrose Salinger . , Alberl Morrison .... Mary Orlh Ediiors-in-Chief. .. ..........,..... Carherine Byrod, Suzanne Clouser Assis'I'an+ Edi+ors, News Eclifors , . Feafure Ediiors Exchange Edifor STEEL POINTS STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF . . . . . . . . , .Ruih Howells, Jean Griesr .Berry Kohihaas, Reinhold Weber . . , .,..., ,LaVerne Fries, Mary Orlh , . , .... ,.,.. A rlene Sanderlin Jr. High Edifor .,,, . . ........., Anna Zerfinlc Vocafional EcIiI'or .....,..4.......,..........,......,..........,,.. Alda Eusi Ari' Ediiors .,,..,,...,..,,.,.,...,........i.,. Margery Milcan, Mary MiddIe+or1 Sporis EaIiI'ors ...4... George Rodney, Charles Kenny, Be++y Dormer, Norma Nebinger Reporfers ....... . .,......,..,... Kafherine Keiffer, Berry Dolan, Pafricia Rupp BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ,.,.. .,..,.,.,......,,. ..... B e Hy Papp Adverfising Manager ..,. ..... J eanne Cuddy Circulafion Manager .... .,.. C alherine Besic Subscripfion Manager. . . ...... .... G eorge Hiclcernell Bookkeeper ........... ..............,.., M ary Klipa Managing Typisfs ,4...,............ .............. L esfer Fisher, Barbara Vergof Published bi-monfhly, Sepfernber Io June, inclusive, by THE STUDENTS OF STEELTON HIGH SCHOOL Sfeellon, Pennsylvania Firsl Row: Dolan, Milcan, Sanderlin, Zerlinlc, Nebinger, Clouser, Byrod, Fries, Howells, Kohlhaas, Orlh Dormer. Second Row: Miss Deavor, Rupp, Eusi, Klipa, Besic, Cuddy, Popp, Veraol, Griesl, Middlefon, Keiller. Third Row: Mr. Frey, Kenny, Nissley, Fisher, Hiclcernell, Weber, Rodney 61 SCHCXN-ADTSEQVKIfCLUB Sealed: Urich, Orris, Bush, Foul, Given, Sharon, Breilweiser, Reber, Milaan, Mavre+ic Byrod, Schmidt NDT CLUB Sealed: Kniley, Reber, Klipo, Desenberg, Herman, Faul, Nebinger. Second Row: Sellers, Jaiich, Fries, Bush, Klein, Yinger, Bush, Klinger, Dmifrovich, Sluga Desenberg, Lanza, Verbos, Reich. Third Row: l-lerman, Given, Fosler, Smolic, Zellco, Breilweiser, Fries, Baum, Shelley Johnson, Schwarz, Fox. 62 DHILATELIC CLUB AND LIIBIQAIQV HELDEIQS PresidenT ,..... .,.. C arl Henzelman Vice-PresidenT . . . , . ,RuTh Howells SecreTciry .... . . .Sara ATanasoTT Treasurer .... . . . ...... ...... B eniamin Klugh The PhilaTelic Club originaTed This year wi+h Miss Florence Fischer as TaculTy ad- visor. TwenTy-Tive sTuclenTs, some having had sTamp collecTions, oThers anxious To begin, enTered The club, which was Tormed To give Those inTeresTed in philaTely a knowl- edge aT The Technical side of sTamp collecTing. We hope ThaT This newly organized sTamp club will remain Tor a period oT years, because iT is The only hobby club wiThin our insTiTuTion. SeaTed: EysTer, Boker, Hoffman, Henzelman, Howells, ATanasoTT, Bush. Second Row: Orris, Zerance, Wolfe. F. Schmidt Nissley, Taylor, San- derlin. Baum, Miss Fischer. Third Row: K. Schmidt STaley, Wolfe, Chambers, Zuvich, Furlan. SeaTed: Reider, Solomon, Coy, DmiTrovich, L. Fries, Howells, Pugh, Kniley, J. Fries. Second Row: Miss Ryder, SworTz, Long, Rohn, BeisT- line, CounT, Leviton, Garonzilc, Morrison, Fee, Crump, Wise, Yinqer. 63 STAND HELDEQS Eirsl Row: Nebinger, Foul, Rodos, Winlclernon, Bolcich, Gusfin, Cribori. Second Row: Houseol, V. Desenberg, McGeehon, F. Desenberg, Tuclcey, Welker. Third Row: Rohn, Weoser, Cribori, Pugh, Weber, Solomon, Newlcorn. DFDSQUAD Firsl Row: Lucille Solomon, Marie Dormer, Norma Nebinger, Norma Vance, Angeline Slugo, Mory Klipo, Jeon Orris, Cofherine Zeronce, Arlene Siegfried, Ellen Mor- gon, Esrher Kniley, Helen Declcerl. Second Row: Mildred Mrkonc, Be++y Dewees, Mory Middlefon, Jeon Lonzo, Sfello Toleff, Evelyn Diefrich, Nellie Pelcoff, Elsie Hiclcernell, Colherine Elleclc, Gene- vieve Sworfz, Berry Dormer. Third Row: Belly Popp, Amelio Tezolc, Helen Toleff, Vero Yoncheff, Mory Orfh, Kolh- ryn Fries, Edirh l-lormon, Jone Kohn, Belly Kohlhoos. 64 Sealed: Yonclweff, Blczzi, Lipsifz, Shellenberger, Desenberg, Herman, Hummer, Zerance. Second Row: Afonosorl, Bukovic, Hren, Welker, Behman, Levilon, Morrison, Goronzilc, McGeel'1an, Faul, Mauro. B9f'll'IG Slwellenberger Edifor-in-chief Vero Desenberg Alberl' Morrison Sara Alanasoff Anna Foul Business Manager Theresa Blozi Morgarel Bulcovec Rober+ Failor BeHy Hummer Elizaberh Hren Ediforial Shzlff Associafe Edifors Business S1'o'lT INGOT STAFF Philip Levifan Assisfonr Ediror Anna Herman Herberf Garonzik Gerald Belwman Sara Lipsirz Assislanf Business Manager Assisfonis Advisers Business: H. C. Frey, D. A. Semic Edilorial: V. G. Gerdes Arr and Plworography: H. G. Kinner B5 Violer Mauro June McGeel'1an Winifred Welker Vera Yancheff Collnerine Zerance Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z 2 E Z Z ! Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z ! Z Z Z Z 4 2 Z Z K Z ! ! ! Z f Hum l I , l -V A A, L, ,K Firsf Row: Gielwler, Gugoii, Sfroud, Siegfried, Hoffman, Belsalx, Spizzieri, Mick, Verroca. Tupianoslci. Kormushaff, Binder, Orienzio, Curfis, Krisfori, l-louseal. Second Row: Mr. Hoy, Railing, Deckerf. Padien, Benlcovic, G. Brown, Geary, Maronic, Kifzmiller, Fisher, Reagan, Semenic, Malinalr, Dragas Sliipralc, Bayles, Mr. Hoffman. Tlwird Raw: Mocler, Linfa, Newbalcer, Caclcovic, Bosnialc, Leo, Savage Gorse. Furianic. Cranford, Jorich. Zugay, Rolcsandic, Nenadoviclw, Mr. Koons. Fourfh Row: Julian S. Brown, Mafesevic, Soufner. Richardson, Kerns, Kingsfon, Marinalc, Swarfz, Bulls, Knull FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Seplem ber 24, l938 Sfeelfon Ociober I I938. . A ..,. Sfeellon Oc+ober 8, I 938 S+eel+on Ocfober I 5 I 938 Sleellon Ocfober 22 I 938 Sfeelfon Ocfober 29 I 938 Sieelfon November 5, I938 Sfeellon November I2 I938. , . Sfeellon November I9 l938 Sleellon November 24 l938 Sleelion Middle+own 6 Old Forge O l-lazle+on I9 William Penn 6 Lancasfer O Shamolcin O York I3 John Harris 7 Lebanon 7 Williamsporf 0 Seplember 30 Oclober 7 Oclober 28 November IO, I r""r'l' T 'T' Y I 11 1 ' 1 Lo sl Firsi Row: Slelcnic. Sennell, Shrouder. Green, Belsolc, Brolinc, Milcdorovich, Filzgerold, Slcbonilz, Kuhns, Cernugel. Second Row: Venluro, Fisher, Murphy, Sosfor, Droyer, Shroy, Killinger, Bcughmcn, Kosevic, Brown, Rossi. Third Row: Shelley, Beck. Kormusholl, Dailey, Misler. Sill, Kuhnerf. Jones, Forinc, Mr. Mclllhenny, Willis JUHIGIQ HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE 938. .. . , S+eel+on 8, Edison Junior High O 938. ., , , Sleellon 14, Comp Cur+in Jiiiiioi High o 938. i, ...Q Sleellon 20, Hoiioveiiiiiiioi High 0 938. . . ,,.. Sfeelion O, Mechonicsburg Reserves O 69 First Row: Tricog, Maronic, Ne-nacIovIcI'1, Eurianic, Barber, Julian, Mick. Second Row: Mr, I-IoFIrnan, Zugay, Savage, Zerance, Leo, Newbaker. BASIYETIBALL SCHEDULE December 30 January 2 January 4 January 6 January II January I3 A January I8 January 20 January 25 January 27 February 3, February I, I938 I939 I939 I939 l939 I939 I'-739 I939 I939 .,,,. .... I939 ...., .,.. I939., . I939 ..,. Sfeelron SIeeI+on SI'eeIIon S+eeIIon S+eeIIon SIeeIIon Sree-Iron SI'eeI+on Sree-Iron Sreelron S'reeII'on Sfeelron Carlisle WiIIIamsporI YorIc Lebanon John I-Iarris Lancasfer Slnamokin Reading William Penn Williamsporr Lebanon York Firsr Roi.-.1 Beriicovic, Baker, Savage, Furianic. Zugay, Tricog, Micky Maiinalc, Newbaker, Secarid Raw: HaFfm3m, Roksaridic, Liriia, Pariem, Cackovi: Sriipraic, Biazi. Cermsgel, Siieiiey. Third Row: Siegfried, L Sp.irii'1 Brarina, Kuriris, Ricriardscri. Daiiey, Siaboriic, Karmusiwor, Firzgeraid, Spizzieri. February February February February February 939 939 939 939 939 Sree-Iran Sfeeifon Sie-elrori Sfeelion Sfeelian John Harris Lancasier Slwamakin Reading William Penn Firsr Row: Furlan, Verbos, Geary, Belsak, Hoover, Salinger, Bowers, Vergof. Second Raw: Hoover Kilinger, Klugh, Rohn, Ryder, Weber, Semin, Verocca, Mr. Capella. Third Row: Sharfle, Danofo Smifh, Phillips, Hirmfermyer, Brodnick, Solomon, Donato WDESTI ING January January January February February February February February February February March I2 I8 30, 3 6 9 I7 20 24 28 3 I939 I939 I939 I939... I939 I939... I939 I939 I939 I939 I939 S+eeI+on SIeeI+on SI'eeI'ron S'reeI+on SI'eeI'Ion S+eeIIor1 Sfeehhon Sreelron Sfeelfon SIeeI+on S+eeI+on 5 I6 . IIV2, 26 I8 , 2I . I4'f2, IZVQ, I6'f2 22, 9 Hershey Shamolrin Hanover Manheim Hershey PaHon Trade Wesf York Hanover Manheim Paffon Trade Wesf York 35 I7 3OIf2 I4 24 I9 23'f2 27V2 I5'f2 I6 23 Sal., April 29 .... .,.. Sat., Moy 6. Tues., May 9 Sal., Moy 20 "Sat, May 27 TRACK SCHEDULE .Columbia H. S.. .. , , . .Away William Penn . . .,.. Home John Harris . ..... Away Disrricl III Meer ...,. . . .Lancosfer H. 5. S+a+e Meef ..... ..... S +a+e College " Boys who place l:irs'r and second in Dis+ric+ Ill Mee'r are eligible To parficipale in the Slafe Meef 0+ Sfafe College. Richard Hoffman, Sieve Zugay, Roberf Cranford Hugh Goodwin, Gerald Kapp, Henry Wolf, George Gorse T IQA Cf K 73 Lell lo righl: Violel Kormusholl, Milevc Nencclovich, Elizobelh Hren. l-lonnoh Newbclrer. lsclbel Le C n CHEEIQ LEADEIQS S-T-E-E-L-T-O-N S-T-E-E-L-T-O-N S-T-E-E-L-T-O-N Yeah, Sleellonl Yeah, Sleellonl Rah, Roh, Sleellon! Rah! Roh! Sleellon! Oh, lhol deor old Blue ond While Thol deor old Blue ond While, Thol deor old Blue and While, Thol Sleellon wore: ll wos rogged, il was lorri. For yeors il hos been worn, Thol deor old Blue ond While Thol Sleellon wore. Oh, lhol deor old Blue ond While, Thol deor old Blue ond While, Thol deor old Blue ond While, Thol Sleellon wore! We sholl weor il lo lhe lop. No school con moke il drop. Thol deor old Blue ond While, Thol Sleellon wore. 74 Hobble, gobble Razzle, dazzle Yimy, yamy, yes Boomarcclcci Firecracker S. H. S. DR. WILLIAM PAUL DAILEY Co p+oin of 'rhe firsf All High Sch Eoofbcll Tec m-Sfeelfon, I 899 IN SINCERE APPRECIATION . FOR FAITI-IFUL SERVICE AS TEAM PHYSICIAN FROM I 906-I 938 a 2 2 4 ! 4 ! 2 2 , 4 4 ! 2 2 a 4 M 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 ! Z 2 Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z E Z Z Z Z Z Z FEATU , 'fig .af X5., 0.5: 5 , X, , if Q 1 Mr. Hoy Mr. Ivey Mr. 605+ M r. Siefiens Miss Gree Miss Semis Mr. Koons Mr. Copello Miss Websfer Mr. Kreitzer Miss Ryder Miss Hisdori F A C U L T V Mrs. Sclwriver Miss Fischer G I- I M I5 5 if S Mr. Drcxyer Mr. Kinner lc Mr. Mclliwenny Miss Gerdes Mr. Cox Miss Fiinchbough 78 SWl1CFHI1KDD CPEDATODS Firsl Row: Mircheff, Lipsilz, Corri- colo, Cuddy, Morsico, Vorkopich Second Row: Gosserf, Bulcovic Bourn, Loppono, Green, Bowers Third Row: l-loffmosfer, Crump Byrod, Morrison, Elder, Myers Qlouser. C,1IoIsICF MFSSENGEDS Firsl Row: Rodos, Tolehf, Newlcorn Rohn, Houseol, Lonzo, Neloinger Schminlxy. Second Row: E. Her' mon, Cernugel, l-lerniok, A. Her- rnon, Mirchehf, Klipo, Fries, Vonce Eusi. Third Row: Besic, Newbolqer Verbos, Molholic, Dundohf, Byrod Dmilrovich, Mouro, Desenberg Kniley. EEST ECMDN1 ATTENVANTS Firsf Row: Dielrich, Nenodovich Young, Yovonovich, l-lermon, Mif- chell, Rodos, Houseol, Zeronce, Cunlco, Morsico. Second Row Foul, Middlefon, Boyer, l-lermon Fries, Crump, Rodos, Gardiner Fries, Yoncheff, Mrs. Schriver Third Row: Molobovic, A. Verbos Elder, Lesconic, Dormer, l-l. Ver- bos, Howells, Byrod, Cernugel, B Toleff, Kohn. i QCQCJSTC-:gig fry-www , " 'ogisgifif WMI- Qfgzm 5 QW-if W EES? My - 6 U - .. Sf. QJQM PW? MDD N q 4 wf bgwfsi-ZQQi'QQ xrogjw Qwfjfifrfgg Q -9 if -' -, K - - N .. G? wk W Ewafimwlwfy QW -W f5iQ'yWX MMMLQ6 4 , s xx f gqmgzwbx SLIM-v..-A-3 -x an Rh Miss Hcrclerocle Mr, Kinner Docfor Plonk Mr. Koons Mrs. Boyd Miss Toggorf Messrs. Hivner and Kline Docfor Byrod Messrs. Moser, Paine ond Thompson INFOIQMM-'XLS QQOSTE-Q-'Q ll ll "sz, K' cmatsii We AM-g. jdyff-'ff-V , yJ 'A fy iw 2 . 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L L- .lslnu AUTOGRAPHS fm fm MFW i Q ?a,jf N ZBA DIEGES 81 CLUST 17 Iohn Street, New York City Manufacturers of Iewelry for the Class of 1939 of I Steelton High School I '23 Compliments ot Strand 6: Standard Theatres HARRY KINTZ CLEANING and PRESSING 34 South Front Street Phone 9542 Steel ton, Ralph Cigar Co. sells DAGGETT'S C1-rocoLATr:s Exclusively and a Full Line of CIGARS - TOBACCO - CANDY Huucsroan SMITH Fountain Supplies Smartness and Quality without Extravagance MZLZL The Store Dependable HARRISBURG SHENK 6: TI'I'l'LE "Everything for Sport" 313 Market Street Harrisburg, Pennsylvania "The Store Everybody ls Talking About" Clothing - Hats - Furnishings - Shoes 320 Market Street, Harrisburg " Dundofi's Food Market Steelton, Pa. 231-233 Main Street Phone 9-3746 DUEY BROS. SERVICE STATION STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA Sharosky Dress Shop Coats - Suits - Accessories 149-151 South Front Street Phone 9-3062 Steelton, Pa. PHILIP EUSI Rapid Shoe Repairing 109 South Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Central Pennsylvania Business College "Central Pennsylvania's Greatest Business School" Summer Term Begins Monday, Iune 12 Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 5 Bell Phone 7369 323 Market Street Harrisburg, Pa. Compliments oi Champion Knitwear Company Rochester, N. Y. ALLEN O. SHARON WINDOW SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS 737 Pine Street Steelton, Pennsylvania Phone 9-3134 PRIVATE ROOMS for BANQUETS and PARTIES Since 1904 Shelley's Restaurant STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA F. LeRoy Shelley, Manager L- - PEOPLE'S BANK STEELTON, PA Members of The F. D. I. C' STEELTON BANK 6. TRUST CO. STEELTON, PA. Members of The F. D. I. C' I. THOMAS RICHARDSON Funeral Director WINDOW SHADES 126 N. FRONT STREET . . . STEELTON, PA. Sunday and Night Calls: 156 South Second Street, Phone 9-2953 RAY WAGNER CONFECTIONERY 55 North Front Street Steelton, Pa. Steelton Compliments Hardware Company of SNAP IT ON DRESS We Sen My High Grade Products POLLECK'S FOOD STORE 13 NORTH FRONT STREET ' STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA 51 FRONT STREET STEELTON, PA. 90 STEELTON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION l "Always Backing the Schoo1" A11 Parents and Friends of the School are Invited to Become Members ini--I We Assure You . . . 1. Beautiful home-like surroundings 2. Skilled professional attention 3. Modern equipment 4. The best in quality, consistent with character of service 5. Sympathetic understanding and counsel . . AT NO EXTRA COST! Lee G. Wilt 112 NORTH HARRISBURG STREET - STEELTON, PA. Established 1874 Years of Service Have Proven Our Success F rom an Old Friend Class of 1899 ECKEL'S MEAT MARKET "Quality is OU1' Motto" Barnet Co- Quality - Service - Price Front Street . . . Steelton, Pa. H. B. Burnet Manager Phone 40 Middletown, Pa. , Phone 9-3814 Phone Us, We Deliver S The Best of Everything for the Table "Home Made Ice Cream" 109 N F S S 1 P GROCERIES and MEAT ' rom heel tee ton' G' Myers and Francis Sts. Steelton, Pa. Continue Your Training at a Recognized Business College THOMPSON COLLEGE 121 MARKET STREET 205 s. GEORGE STREET Harrisburg, Pa. York, Pennsylvania Day and Evening Classes 92 The Wheatena Corporation HIGHSPIRE FLOUR MILLS DIVISION Highspire, Pennsylvania Manufacturers Ot HIGHSPIRE AND HERCULES FANCY CAKE FLOURS Wholesale and Retail Telephone 9815 LEVITAN'S "We Are Always Reliable" STEELTON, PENNSYLVANIA DIEHL'S DRUG. Inc. 189 S. Front Street Steelton, Pennsylvania H. A. HARTMAN 61 SON General Office: 537 N. Front Street Padded Vans - Moving and Storage STEELTON, PA. lSuburb of Harrisburgl Day Phone 9829 Night Phone 9-3045 SINGER BROTHERS "The Best Place to Buy Alter All" 41 NORTH FRONT STREET Steelton, Pennsylvania Abe Singer Herman Singer Spic 6 Span Cleaners "We Clean 'Em, You Wear 'Emu Lebanon Pennsylvania SERVICE OIL COMPANY 620 S. Cameron Street Harrisburg, Pa. HARRY O. DAYHOFF Lincoln - Zephyr - Mercury - Ford 99 S. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, Pa. Phone Z-4237 KORMUSHOFF BROS. Grocery and Meat Market 401 Main Street, Steelton, Pa. Phone 9-3715 GOOD SHOES for the Whole Family Morrison's Shoe Store 19 NORTH FRONT STREET Steelton, Pa. BOGAR 6 SHIPLEY HARDWARE Stoves - Paint - Oils - Glass Tinning - Roofing - Plumbing - Heating FERMAN 'S GROCERY 105 S. Front Street Steelton, Pa. 310 Lincoln Street Eat Steelton, Pa. Ze1ler's Potato Chips Highspire, Pa. Phone 9-3061 FRESH MEATS - GROCERIES Phone 5723 Dora Ficker Geiger, Prin. H- R- B I'ICI1'I'IlSb11I'g School 12' L Q R I 5 T of Beauty Culture Middletown Pennsylvania 26 North Third Street , "When You Think of Teeth" Harrisburg, Pa. C t ome o All Branches ot Beauty Culture DR. I. K. D E N T I S T DUY and Evening Classes 325 Market Street Harrisburg, Pa. C. M. NISSLEY Steelton . . EAST END DAIRY Kiwanis 19th and Brookwood Streets Harrisburg, Pa. ,W-gijfirx Jr' ft it fwfsf Photographs Live Forever . Large or Small, We take 'em All Service I Gerhardt Studio Cooperat1on Good Citizenship MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY 180 N. Front Street Steelton, Pa. I The Intercollegiate Bureau of ' Academic Wear I RENTAL AND SALES or CAPS AND GOWNS also l Ecclesiastical Wardrobe of I Every Description National Academic Cap and Gown Company Manufacturers and Outfitters I I 821-23 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. GERDES COAL CO. Retail Dealers in Famous Reading Anthracite Coal General Office: Franklin Street tNear Frontl S'rEE1.'roN, PA. ROTH'S Fine Home Furnishings Funeral Director Middletown Pennsylvania Compliments of IUNIOR DRESS SHOP 302 Market Street, Znd Floor Harrisburg, Pennsylvania SHAROSKY MOTOR CO. Steelton, Pa. CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Norge Refrigerators and Radios Compliments ot GAUL'S RESTAURANT 1800 S. Cameron Street Harrisburg, Pa. NICK KLIPA "We Aim to PIease" STEELTON, PA. School Days They cement many lasting friendships. Soon you and your classmates will take different roads, and it may be many years before some of you may meet again. School days do not last forever - and when they are past, mem- ories are kept warm by the photographs of friends and pals of the classroom and campus. Your chums should have a "personality portrait" of you, and you will prize one of theirs in return. In a year or so, you will be glad you took this means of keeping alive the memories of your school days. And the home folks will always cherish a portrait of "the turning point" in your life. This studio is the headquarters for the special photo- graphic work and the doors are open to Students ot Steelton High and their friends. Why not arrange to come to the studio now and have that photograph taken? Special Styles and Hates for Students JJ' THE EN SMINGER STUDIOS AND CAMERA SHOP HARRISBURG, PENNA. Second and Walnut Streets Bell Phone 5228 Secure the Best in Paint, Color and Design for Your Home I. B. MALEHORN PAINTER - DECORATOR 9-2854 . . . Steelton 4-2165 . . . Harrisburg We Are Interested in the Success oi School Activities GEORGE A. GORGAS DRUG COMPANY Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Theresa's Beauty Parlor Duart . . . Velzor The Perfect Ringlet End Method 376 S. Second Street, Steelton, Pa. Bell Phone 9-3172 Compliments ot George W. Geistwhite Phone 9-2344 IOS. A. WIEDEMAN Funeral Director 357 South Second Street Steelton, Pennsylvania MRS. BLOUSER'S FLOWER SHOP Flowers, the Ideal Gift 183 SoU'r1-1 FRONT Srnm-:r Steelton, Pennsylvania R. F. NISSLEY FIRE INSURANCE and Surety Bonds 315 Pine Street Steelton, TODE ATANASOFF FANCY GROCERIES 5. MBATS 555 Second Street Steelton, Pa. Bell Phone 9-2442 Community Grocery and Meat Market 392 S. Second Street Steelton, Pa. Phone 9-3820 Lewis Motor Car Company Sales and Service DeSoto . . . Plymouth 457 South Second Street Front and Highland Streets Steelton, Pennsylvania Watches - Diamonds - Silver Liberal Credit Terms The Ideal Iewelry 6 Optical Co. Rhoda C. Roberts, Prop. 29 31 North Front Street, Steelton, Penna. Compliments ot LESCI-iNIC'S I. H. TROUP Music House Established 1881 Headquarters tor Everything Fine in the Music Line M. . I tif f' 575' 1 ' 3 . ' 3Q:fIg:53ggQ:g:jg::1.3:',':f ' ' "" STUDIOS FOR MUSICAL INSTRUCTION Instruments Furnished I5 South Market Street Harrisburg, Pa. RUHL'S BAKERY Phone 8338 Penbr Sunfed Vitamin "D" "Taste the Difference" ook ERB-Florist FLOWERS THAT CHEER Harrisburg, Pa. FILL YOUR BINS WITH GOOD COAL Buy Now and Save Money Egg . . . .... 55.95 per ton Stove .. .... 5.95 per ton Nut . . . .... 5.95 per ton Pea ......... .... 4 .95 per ton Buckwheat .... .... 3 .95 per ton Rice ....... . Bituminous ..,....... . 3.45 per ton 5.95 per ton "Sorry these prices are C.O.D.-51.00 More on Time" Buy Your Coal from a Legitimate Dealer . . . A11 Coal Screened and Weighed by Licensed Weighmaster GRAYBILL COAL COMPANY Frederick and Conestoga Streets, Steelton, Pa. PHONE 9653 Compliments of HREN'S DAIRY YOU AND YOUR Steelton, Pennsylvania MONEY TRAVEL FARTHER S' P' GARONZIK GREYPOUND Ready-to-Wear f 341-43 South Front Street, Steelton, Pct. by "Hauling Since 1898" G r e y h o u n d G. W. WEAVER 5: SON Super-Coach HAULING Freight from Depots Phone 9-2551 .0 - J- 539 North Front Street E Steelton Pennsylvania COMPLIMENTS GFA FRIEND 99 N N S S XA x , Tm 'X xx J t . at X s r 'Q QNX' up X tr X if N .,..+ -"' F NX A AV.. 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