Swatara High School - Yearbook (Oberlin, PA)

 - Class of 1942

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aww 1941 Made! gwuwzz 411471, School Budwell, illzmu N. " 4 V - ,tg - 4 I 'z' V- , . -ff :ak ' '. 1 N .1 bf 1 I I 6 To Them-who share with us the joy of successes-:tibia A symgiafiie with us in the hour of defeat-who bolster our iyrage our worriesf-ftvho are our stern critics-who give us new hope and administer kindness and in one breath-who read our very thoughts and penetrate our little fnin- imize our failures and praise our accomplishments-who teach us the frise or fall of a nation may be determined by the omission of a comma'-- TEACHERS. t A e V A Q Mxss EIKLEBERRY - - -N . , . i s ' t Miss .LAMBERG ATN. ,ii ., ' "' - iw. f f ,PY I , fi 7 , LJ - ' ff yfjf' ' 1 ,,., f, h W , , , . Y .if L. 't .2 'YH f? fi . i-ill,-Wiki " kW.L.:-X th., . . mmf ., HH.. .LI '-,. ' ,, gn , lg ,ik . ' 1.14 V - www V -fling M f ren ' , me e ff- rt '1 gi. . 11 22,1 H , x fx- . . te , wa' . 4 5. 1,- ,Ssf ' . ,L ' 1 EL. ,F will . ,. ,LU , :wie up V. of Sa This spfing thousands of high school graduates :blow out into the market of life. They, too, are beautiful tmechanismefpoe- sessing the best to offer to the world. They represent an' even great- er miracleuof production and 'behind them :are years' of planning, experixhentationyand molding. . A I l Struck by the remarkable, comparison between ouif school sys- tem.and the modern automobile factory, the REPLICA Stal! has used it as the theme for this book. It is to record theworking of our iaQEry,t Bushnell High School, and the requirements for producing K rgjg1941mode13seni0rs. V ,L Q ' - I A , V p A ' THE STAFF: 'f ' WISH TD HANK Uifilll MOTORS FUR SUPPLYIIG US WITH THEIR MATERIHL UBI-CM IAS VERY HAELPFUL kr , . I., .P ,J , 1. X9 ug, M. V E-if Jil 4 Umllzin' ft 's " ership in Education. ndhzejt' ' S., at 4., .s, ,, . A . He controls production, he sees that the machinery runs smoothly, he corrects defects which HE' ' appear -- indeed, his is a responsible and key job. job. Q ' ' In Mr. Lorance we find a true combination of an excellent educator and a true friend. 'His office A has .become a mecca into which students bring their sorrows, joys, memories, and hopes. He al- : ' ways has -been 'helpful and his clear judgment is cheerfully given to all. . x Students are developed physically as well asmentally under his care. He has seen that each 46 53 I v ' -8 . . . - - .1 student has a balanced schedule and that he participates in some extra-curricular activity. Thus, 1 Bushnell High School is' turning out well-balanced men and women into the world. ' Although he is a newcomer to this section of the state from Iowa, obtaining his B. S. at that ' University, he has become a very well known superintendent here 'in Illinois. Because ofphis out- Sf standing scholarship, personality, and professional achievements in the lfield of Education, Mr. Lor- f, - ance was elected to the.Pi Chapter of the Phi Delta Kappa at the University of Illinois this year. 5- ' This organization -has as its purpose the interpretation of the ideals of research, service, and lead- sa V vi f' Yes, We are proud of our superintendent! ' T - - Age. V., 'J -Q ., fm il, , ii-l' - 4' Manaqeu Uf ffaacfucfaan 7fne School Beam! In their hands lie the responsibilities of supervising the entire school system of keeping the school rn rially advanced and of furnishing the financial aid so essential to efficient production Our school is fortunate in having a group of men so efficient and far seeing The Board consists of seven of Bushnells most mment business and profession men Mr Brant serves as the presi dent, and his interest in the students is widely recognized Dr Fitch Dr Schafer, Messrs Jen mngs, Scholes, 4Sp1ker, and Keigwm comprise the remainder of the board The Job of these men is no easy one Even the most carefully laid plans are susceptible to snags and interference These men must adgust and keep our school ahead in the current trend of modern education During the time when financial support is needed these individuals must ind the source We give you the Board of Education the ones who furnish fuel and energy along the pro duction line is il ' at ' t -. SA . Q . if I ., . A , wi. 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'- - 1 , f Fr- , , .- J .- -+L ?f.-.-.fgsx-51 4'2'.:?.:?3X244w?h?9f:fE4.'QwF L-fir'-.3-':'JiQ'z'.5C"' 1115.97-3-riff!-E-1.--Qfa5s.'.LRfI'f"Mt ---ga.-,.g".'3Lfa:.L-55-5' THE f' f X TTER SENIOR CLASS I 2 SWATARA TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL OBERLIN, PENNSYLVANIA 'lr Directors Of the Board of Education President . VicefP'resident Secretary . Treasurer . STEWA ELMER G. L1v1NGsTON EARL A. SHEAFFER ERNEST E. ESHENOUR . . . . . . . . THOMAS H. HECKARD LESTER WOLF LESTER AUNGST RT F. HILLYARD SWATTER Wes--com NINETEEN FORTYfTWO WE SALUTE iff tit it X THEM, 141 Q AJR S Nol DEDICATION We, the Class of io42, dedicate our yearbook, the SWATTER, to all the men and boys of Swatara Township High School who are in the service of our great country. In recognition of their unselhsh sacrifice and their noble endeavor, we proudly pay them this tribute. Page two NINETEEN FORTYfTWO We--om SWATTER First Row, Left to Right: Miss Sara Cloos, Miss Louise Bishop: Mrs. Mildred Ruth, Mrs. Gloria Erb, Mrs. Frances Diehl. Second Row: Mr. Nevin Carl, Mrs. Margaret Dcitcr, Mrs. Mina Hartman, Mrs. Kathryn Neibick, Miss Mary Joseph' Miss Helen Nickish, Miss Charlotte Tyson Miss Cordel a Sheaffer Mr. Herbert Foutz. , Third Row: Mr. Edward Horton, Mr. Delmar Myers, Mr. Raymond Keim, Mr. Oscar Baldwin, Mr. John Walker, Mr. John Coover. RAYMOND N. KEIM Swatara Township High School, Lebanon Valley College, A.B., Teach- ers College, Columbia University, A.M. Supervising Principal OSCAR B. BALDWIN Swatara Township High School, Lebanon Valley College, Albright Col- lege, B.S., Pennsylvania State Col- lege, M,S. Chemistry and Physics LOUISE BTSHOP Swatara Township High School, Lebanon Valley College, B.S. English and History NEVIN H. CARL Reading High School, Franklin and Marshall College, A.B., A.M., Colum- bia University, A.M. Biology and Mathematics JOHN COOVER Shippensburg High School, Ship- pensburg State Teachers College. Social Studies and Physical Education MARGARET SCHAEFER DETTER Middletown High School, Eliza- bethtown College, A.B. English FRANCES HERSHMAN DTEHL Elizabethtown High School, Eliza- bethtown College, B.S. Commercial Education FAC LTY GLORIA LAVANTURE ERB Swatara Township High School, Lebanon Valley College, A.B. English C. HERBERT FOUTZ Altoona High School, Gettysburg College, A.B. Mathematics MTNA POFFENBARGER HARTMAN New Market High School, Va., Mary Washington College for Women, B.S., Bucknell University. Commercial Education EDWARD HORTON Harrisburg Technical High School, Shippensburg State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. Mathematics and History MARY ELIZABETH JOSEPH William Penn High School, Wilson College, A,B. Social Studies DEI,MAR K, MYERS William Penn High School, Penn- sylvania State College, B.S., A.B. Science HELEN B. Nicxisi-I John Harris High School, West Chester State Teachers College, B.S. Health and Physical Education MILDRED PARMER RUTH Williamstown High School, Ship- pensburg State Teachers College. Art, Penmanship, and Guidance Page three CORDELLA SHEAFFER Swatara Township High School, Lebanon Valley College, B.S. Music CHARLOTTE R. TYSON Red Lion High School, Ursinus College, A.B. French and Latin JOHN B. WALKER Harris Township Vocational School, Pennsylvania State College, B.S. Social Studies SARA L. CLOOS, R.N. Knoxville High School, Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. Scl ool Nurse KATHRYN HOUSMAN NEIBICH Swatara Township High School. School Secretary Faculty Members in the Service of the United States lllljl-IARD EDWARDS Swatara Township High School, Shippensburg State Teachers Col- legs, BS' Science E. BRADEURY HARTMAN John Harris High School, Lebanon Valley College, B.S. Mathematics PAUL LANDIS Mount Penn High School, East Stroudsburg State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. Health and Physical Education SENIURS JEAN GINGRICH STEVE STOLL BETTY LANDIS J President Vicefljfesident J 4 SE ,f a XWW 9a E M Q fi? W W" i f 0,0 IXIW 4,655 DRHFTINE 5EHUnL DHY5 Secretary OHN M Tr P f 1 fi 4 00 X "P NINETEEN FORTYfTWO Wsef--RVN SWATTER EARL WILLIAM ALLEMAN ACADEMIC "BUD" "Compleat" Angler Track 3, A.A. 3, HifY 4. GLENN ELWOOD ATTICKS ACADEMIC HATTICKN Barb-BQ Slinger Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, A,A. 3, 4, IntrafMurals 3, 4, Stamp Club 3, HifY 4, Class Play 4. NAOMI JENNIE BAUGHMAN COMMERCIAL HNAOMIEH 'l'winklefToes Operetta 3, 4, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 4. MARIE PAULINE BLAZER COMMERCIAL "BLAZER" IQ42lS Vamp Operetta 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, TrifHifY 2. 3, 4, Librarian 4, Beacon 4. EDWARD BERNARD BOWERMAN COMMERCIAL "BUD" Our Trumpet Caller Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, HifY 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Clee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, Camera Club 3, Swatter 4. Page five MARGARET LOUISE ARNEY ACADEMIC "MOCK" Lawton's Taxi Company TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Beacon 3, 4, Swatter 4, Debating 2, Poetry Club 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Art Club 3, Orchesf tra 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4- EDWARD ROLLASON BARTEL ACADEMIC "ED" Zrncic's Dream Boy Orchestra I, 2, A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 H1fY 5, 4- CARL TAYLOR BEHM ACADEMIC "BEAMY" HeartfBreaker Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2, Hi-Y 3, 4. EMILY LOU BOTDORF ACADEMIC MEM' A Patient Waiter v Art Club IQ Operetta 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Beacon 4. MARY SUE BOWMAN COMMERCIAL LLBOWMANSI Modern Design IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I. 2, Art Club 2, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4. SWATTER vesof-www NINETEEN FORTYfTWO STEPHEN MICHAEL BRESKI COMMERCIAL "BUDDY" Our "Tap and Nope" Man HifY 4. GWENDOLYN CON' SUELLA BROWNE COMMERCIAL LLGWENI, Kay's Inseparable Pal IntrafMurals IQ Librarian 2, 31 4- FRANK WILLIAM CIERI COMMERCIAL ELCIERIQI Best Bet for Hollywood Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club I, 2, 3. WILLIAM EUGENE CORKLE ACADEMIC 'LCORKIQ Ambitious Bowler F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2, 3, 4, Int:rafMurals I, 2, HifY 3' 4- ANNA DOMINKO COMMERCIAL IIANNH The Peanut Planter Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intraf Murals I, 2, 3, 42 A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, TrifHifY 3, 4, Art Club IQ Librarian 2, SQ Glee Club 3. Page stx EDWARD CHRISTIAN BROWN COLIMERCIAL NFATN Smiling jaclfs Fat Stuff KATHRYN VYVYAN BROWNE COMMERCIAL HKAYH Gwenls Inseparable Pal ANNA MARIE CONRAD ACADEMIC "ANN" Pontiac Admirer Usher 2, 3, 4, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Poetry Club 4. GEORGE BRITAIN DICKEY ACADEMIC "DICKEY" More Often Late Than Not F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, HifY 3, 43 Class Play 3, 4, Operetta 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. MARK LEROY ESHENOUR COMMERCIAL MESH" Vfeakness for Blondes IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2. NINETEEN FORTYfTWO wtf--Nom SWATTER ANTHONY BRUCE FANUS COMMERCIAL "FISH" Portrait Painter F.F.A. 2, A.A. 4, Swat' ter 4. HAROLD DAVID GINGRICH ACADEMIC NSLUGH Harold and his Model A, Seen at S. T. H. S. each day. Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, HifY 4, Motor Club 3. GENEVIEVE ANNA GORNIK COMMERCIAL UJENNIEH Room 12,5 Idol IntrafMurals IQ Glee Club 3, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4. RUDOLPH RICHARD GUSTIN ACADEMIC "BUCK" Dr. I. A.A. 1, 2, Librarian 4. DOROTHY MAE HANSHAW ACADEMIC "DoTrY' Dependable TrifHifY 2, 3, Art Club 3, 4, Poetry Club 4, Librarian 4, Swatter 4, Usher 4. I Page seven ROBERT MILTON FETROW ACADEMIC "BOE" AiffMinded Swatter 4. JEAN CARRIE GINGRICH CONIMERCIAL "JEAN" Undecided Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, Class President I, 2, 3, 4Q Beacon 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Intra- Murals 1, 2, Hockey 3, Tri' HifY 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Usher 3, Operetta 3, 4, Librarian 2. THELMA BEATRICE GUNDY ACADEMIC LSTHELMAHQ Night Owl Cheerleader 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Operetta 3, 4, Li' brarian 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Camera Club 2, Poetry Club 4. CARL LEE HACKMAN ACADEMIC ssHACKY" IQ42qS Walter Winchell HifY 2, 3, 4, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4- HARRY HERR HANSHAW ACADEMIC WHEN" Rip-VanfWinlqle F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, HifY 3, 4, Librarian 4, Class Play 4. SWATTER mmf--Xom NINETEEN FORTYfTWO CHRISTOPHER JAMES HILDEBRAND, JR. COMMERCIAL BBCHRISII SmooLh 'Talker LUTHER NELSON HOOVER, JR. COMMERCIAL HSKINNY Ferdinand! EEA. 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 4, Swatter 4. MARY ELIZABETH KEIM COMMERCIAL "JEB" To-rnboy IntrafMurals IQ TrifHifY 2, 4, Librarian 3. RODNEY ELLSWORTH KIRBY COMMERCIAL HLEVIN Big 'Yank Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY KOSUTIC COMMERCIAL "DOI Lend me a nickel! Class Play 3, Swatter 4, TrifHifY 4, Glee Club 3. -- Page eight JOHN WARREN HILL ACADEMIC "JACK" Romeo! HifY 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Camera Club 3. HELEN ANN KASTELIC COMMERCIAL "KAs" Beware of "Blac!Qeye5." IntrafMurals IQ TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4- MELVIN WESLEY KENNEDY COMMERCIAL NMUTTQQ TenfPin Boy Intraflvlurals I, 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN ELIZABETH KOONS COMMERCIAL MKITTYQ, Auntie IntrafMurals IQ Class Play 3, Librarian 4, Beacon 4: Swatter 4. MARY MATILDA KOVATS ACADEMIC "TILLIE IQ42,S Jitteibug! Art Club I, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 42 Glee Club 3, 4, TrifHifY 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 42 Beacon 4, Operetta 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 41 A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. NINETEEN FORTYfTWO -,sw--Nom SWATTER BETTY JANE LANDIS COMMERCIAL NBETTEN Our Veronica Lake! Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, Class Secretary 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 41 Basket- ball Manager 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Class Play 4. ANNA KATHERINE MARTZ COMMERCIAL MANNN. Daddyfs Girl School Treasurer 4, Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, A.A. 4, Librarian 2, 3, Tri' HifY 3, 4Q Usher 3, Operetta 3, 4, Beacon 4. JAMES WILLIAM MITCHELL COMAIERCIAL HJIMNQ Donald Duck-"22'uack" F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4Q Class Play 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 4. BARBARA NAJDEK COMMERCIAL "BARE" Cu'rlyfHead A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Intraf Murals 2, 3, Glee Club 3, 42, Usher 3, 4, TrifHifY 4, Swatf ter 4, Basketball 4. MARLIN REUL PARR Q COMMERCIAL SSMAJORI I You made it! Page nine WILLIAM LINCOLN MAHEK COMMERCIAL MBILLH String 'em Along! Baseball 3, 4, Class Play 4. JOHN MATTHEW MATESEVIC, JR. COLIMERCIAL HBABEN 'I'irefSaver Class Treasurer 3, 4, Op' eretta 4. FRANCES ELIZABETH MORRIS COMMERCIAL HFRANCIEH Our Giggler TrifHifY 2. 4Q Usher 3, 4, Swatter 4. JAMES PAGANO COMMERCIAL HJIMH Sociable Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4Q Intraf Murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4Q Swatter 4. ROSS RICHARD PIERCE COMMEF,CIAL USONNYH Class Tease IntrafMurals 1, 2, 3, 4g A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. SWATTER vfwf--'ww NINETEEN FORTYfTWO KATHRYN CORNELIA POHNER COMMERCIAL LLKATEH Try Again! I1ItrafMurals 1, 3, Libra' rian 2, 3, 4, TrifHi-Y 3, 4, Glec Club 3, 4, Operetta 3. ETHEL VIRGINIA REESE COMMERCIAL LLTINYl Short and Sweet -I Usher 3, 4, TrifHifY 4. MARY CARMELLA RICCI COMMERCIAL SLMARY, Score! I 58 1 IntrafMurals 1, 2, Tri' HifY 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, Swatter 4, Beacon 4. MIRIAM ESTHER RICKER COMMERCIAL LLMIRIAMHW Busy Typist Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, Li' brarian I, 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, Swatter 4. BEATRICE CONSTANCE SALERNO ACADEMIC KEBEATYM Something News Been Added Here Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Swatter 4, Poetry 4, Usher 3, 4, Intraf Murals 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4. Page ten EMIL JOHN POPP ACADEMIC "POPPY" IQ42'8 Glenn Miller Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ten' nis 3, 4, Intraflviurals 1, 2, 5- 4aHi'Y 5,4aA,A-1,2,5,4s Swatter 4. EVELYN THELMA REYNOLDS ACADEMIC EBDOLLYU Our Editor Beacon 2, 3, 4, TrifHifY 2, 3, Swatter 4, Poetry 4, Debating 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4. KATHERINE ELIZABETH RICKER ACADELIIC HKITTYN Juliet Beacon 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3. 4, Glee Club 4, Usher 3, 4, TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Debating 71, 3, 4- GEORGE STEVE ROMOZI ACADEMIC HJUDGEM Bachelor Intraflviurals 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. EVA JEAN SANSONI COMLIERCIAL "Ev" Hollywood Bound TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, A.A. 3, Swatter 4. NINETEEN FORTYfTWO wfox--xfnfw SWATTER ALFREDA LOUISE SHANK COMMERCIAL "SHANKIE" Corlfs Dream Girl I ' U ' A.A. ,'2, 3, 4, Itraf Murals 1, 2, 4, TrifHifY 3, 4Q Glee Club 3, Operetta 3, Swatter 4. LORETTA JUNE SHEETZ ACADEMIC HSHEETSIEM Soldier Boy Librarian 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Poetry Club 4, Art Club 4, Swat' ter 4. MARY JANE SNAVELY ACADEMIC MJANEU Room 9,5 Debutarzte Art Club IQ IntrafMurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, TrifHifY 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Basketball 4, Hockey 3, 4, Beacon 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Operetta 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4. ANNA MARIE SPOLARIC COMMERCIAL lsANNll Mary's Constant Friend Tri-HifY 2, 3, 4. GEORGE MELVIN STARE ACADEMIC "PUNK" A SleepfWalking Apparitiorl of Literature! Glee Club 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Motor Club 3, Class Play 3, 4. Page eleven ETHEL MAE SHEARER COMMERCIAL "SI-IEARERM Our Lily Porzs TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Usher 3, 4, Operetta 4, Glee Club 3, 4. MARGARET ANN SINKOVITZ COMMERCIAL HPEGGY ANNQ' New Hair Do's TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, A.A. 2' IntrafMurals 2, Librarian 3 4, Usher 3, Beacon 4. a s HENRY JOHN SOURBEER ACADEMIC llHENRYll A Cool Rornancer IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, HifY 3, 4' Glee Club 4. a DOROTHY ANNA SPOTTS ACADEMIC "DoT' ' Future Housewife A.A. 3, 4, Debating 2, Chess Club 3, 4, Operetta 4, Poetry 4. ELLA JANE STAUB COMMERCIAL HJANEQ, .Quiet Maiden TrifHifY 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4' SWATTER WO--Nam NINETEEN FORTYfTWO MASON STAUB ACADEMIC "MOT" IQ42lS Clamor Boy Baseball 1, IntrafMurals 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, Chess Club 2, 4. HARRY REIGART STEVENS COMMERCIAL USTEVEH Candid Camera Fan Intraflvlurals I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Hi'Y 43 FF-A. 3, 4- EVA STOSS COMMERCIAL 'LEvA" Callwanter A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Glee Club 4, TrifHifY 4. FRANK JOSEPH SUKLE COMMERCIAL MSHUKEYQ. Dictator Operetta 3, 4, HifY 3, Glee Club 3, 4. JOSEPH JOHN SZELES COMMERCIAL H'-FEEKSU HighfWater Pants Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, HifY 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Page twelve WAYNE KENNETH STEPP ACADEMIC LLGRANDPAWH' The Timid Soul Motor Club 3. STEVE JOHN STOLL ACADEMIC HSTEFM SausagefEater Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Swatter 4, Class VicefPresident 4, IntI'afMurals 3, 4, Track IQ Baseball I. ROBERT EDWARD STRICKER COMMERCIAL llMAC,l Our Gene Autrey Chess Club 4, Baseball 3, Swatter 4. HELEN DORIS SWARTZ ACADEMIC NPORKY' Little Siren Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Tri- HifY 2, 3, 4, G1-ee Club 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Beacon 3, 4, Li' brarian 2, 3, 4, Art Club IQ Hockey 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, 4, Class Secretary I, 2, Poetry 4. THOMAS JEFFERSON TILLETT ACADEMIC "TOM" Future Politician Glee Club 4, Debating 4, Operetta 4, HifY 4, Swatter 4, Chess Club 41 Class Play 4. NINETEEN FORTYfTWO www--www SWATTER MARY KATHRYN TOMASIC COMMERCIAL "MARIE" Lend, Rather 'Than Borrow TrifHifY 3, 4 , Librarian 2, 4. JAMES EDWARD WALDEN ACADEMIC "BUzzY" The M editator KATHRYN MARY YETTER COMMERCIAL HBETZM Look Before 'You Leap IntrafMurals I, 2, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Tri-HifY 4, Basket' ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, May Queen 3, Operetta 3, 4Q A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Swatter 4. BETTY CAROLYN ZEBELL COMMERCIAL HZEKEN Lawntorfs Future Tenant IntI'afMurals IQ A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. Page thirteen MARY ELIZABETH WAGNER COMMERCIAL 'LM.ARY" .Quiet and Demure RICHARD JOHN WALTERS COMMERCIAL NDICKH Tall and Lanlgy LESLIE MILLER YOUNG ACADEMIC "BUD" Basketball Mascot Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, IntrafMurals I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, HifY 2, 3, 4, Cperetta 2, 3, 4Q Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Tennis Club 3, 4. MARY VIRGINIA ZINK COMMERCIAL LLMARYLL Modest Miss SWATTER wax--QM NINET EEN FORTYfTWO MJVW lf-WJQJ7 WW 0 LLL .giziii W' mf JW ,K 1, J, ' o Zfmcwg... ffwga. g5,,,,,, J ,ZW-..,.,:tQ A M J? Phikon wh-.5 M! ' , 5557552 5i,2ZZLg 5755? UQ W,jQ41., jwmym, my vggzgjfw W9Mi:fMw ififffbfff W fff7f251n Qifm ZW LM Zf72f4fwz4 ,' fliewl MMM fw, Qvmedwnywl QM ,swamp gcwfawc, mmf CMLJJMLMMV WM C2,4.,.,.,..,. 5 0fLW,A4W,4 ,ylwwn CZ MW Jgwxwf Page fourteen NINETEEN FORTYfTWO ww--Gm SWATTER BOY JOSEPH SzELEs . WAYNE STEPP . FRANK CIERI . STEVE STOLL . . GLENN ATTICKS Ross PIERCE . . JOSEPH SZELES . JOHN MATESEVIC JOSEPH SzELEs . Ross PIERCE . JOSEPH SZELBS . FRANK CIERI . LESLIE YOUNG . FRANK CIERI . ANTHONY FANUS MELVIN KENNEDY . . . CARL HACKMAN LESLIE YOUNG . JOSEPH SZELES . RUDY GUSTIN . HARRY HANSHAW MARK ESHENOUR . . . JOSEPH SzELES . FRANK CIERI , LESLIE YOUNG . I-IC' WHC Most Versatile . . Most Bashful . Best Looking . Best Dancer . 'Tallest . . Shortest . . . Most Popular . . Best Typist . . Oldest . . 'Youngest . Best Athlete . . Cutest . . Class Angel . Best Dressed . Best Artist . . . Best Behaved . Best Singer . Best Personality .... Best Commercial Student . Best Academic Student . . Most Dependable . . Most Sophisticated . Most Conscientious . Neatest ...... Class Sheik and Flirt . . WHA T'S WHAT Class Flower .... TALISMAN ROSE Class Colors .... MAROON AND STEEL GIRL . JEAN GINGRICH . MARY WAGNER . BETTY LANDIS . ANNA DOMINKO . ANNA SPOLARIC . . HELEN SWARTZ . MATILDA KOVATS . MARY TOMASIC DOROTHY HANSHAW . . EMILY BOTDORE . MATILDA KOVATS . HELEN SWARTZ . HELEN SWARTZ . . LOUISE SHANK BEATRICE SALERNO . MARY WAGNER . JEAN GINGRICH . BETTY LANDIS . . ANNA MARTz . EMILY BOTDORE EVELYN REYNOLDS . ANNA MARTZ . ANNA DOMINKO . . MARY RICCI . LOUISE SHANK . MARIE BLAZER an Class Motto . . . "THE PAST FOREVER GONEQ THE FUTURE STILL OUR OWN. Class Roll . . . . EIGHTY'EIGHT MEMBERS FORTY'FIVE GIRLS FORTYfTHREE BOYS FIETYfTHREE COMMERCIAL STUDENTS THlRTY'FIVE ACADEM c STUDENTS Page fifteen SWATTER mo,--sim NINETEEN FORTYfTWO CLASS HISTORY XX IE, THE Seniors of 1942, were inducted into High School life on Tuesday, September 7, I938. Somewhat timidly we made our way to our different rooms. When we heard that a group of Seniors had been lost and were unable to find their correct room, our fears were allayed and we breathed more easily. After a few days we began to feel as if we really belonged, thanks to the teachers and upperclassmen. Our Freshman Adviser, Miss Kerestes, soon called a class meeting, at which we elected as officers for the year: President, jean Gingrich, Vice-President, Robert Tolbert: Secretary, Helen Swartz, and Treasurer, Betty Stepp. At another class meeting, conducted by our newly elected officers, we selected our class colors, maroon and steel. This year, the third issue of the Beacon was compiled by us. Also this year we had members of our class in the Chess Club and the F.F.A. joseph Szeles honored us by being on the Varsity Basketball team. Dorothy Paxton became a member of the Beacon staff. We Freshmen made out fairly well at the Bazaar. We sold manufactured candy and made a profit of 52o.25. We had 131 members in our Freshman year. To finish pleasantly our first year in High School we were rememf bered in the Senior Class Will. Those mentioned were Robert Tolbert and Helen Swartz. Wednesday, june 7, IQSQ, was the last day of school. just think, we had Bnished our first year in High School! We were firmly established in the ways of High School life. Wednesday September 6, 1939, we were back in school after a brief vacation. Our Class Adviser, Miss Poffenbarger, now Mrs. Hartman, called a class meeting at which we, as Sophomores, elected as officers for the year: President, jean Gingrichg VicefPresident, john Stark, Secretary, Helen Swartz, and Treasurer, Betty Landis. Following their election to oflice, our new oflicers conducted a meeting, at which we selected our class flower, the chrysanthemum. We had 117 members in our class this year. This year we had quite a few more members on the Beacon staff. At the annual Bazaar we Sophomores sold "hot dogs" and made a profit of 517.96. For the first time in the history of the school, we organized a Debating Club. The members of the Sophomore Class who were on the debating teams were Margaret Arney, Emily Botdorf, Evelyn Reynolds, Katherine Ricker, and Dorothy Spotts. Honor was brought to the Sophof more Class by Betty Zebell and Emily Ectdorf, who were mentioned in the Senior Class Will. Friday, june 7, 1940, was our last day of school as Sophomores, and were we thrilled to think of ourselves as juniors! Oh, how glad we were to get back to school on Wednesday, September 6, 1940! juniors, we were juniors! We certainly did like being looked up to by the underclassmen. Cur class this year had IOS members. We had as our Class Adviser, Mrs. Erb. At our first class meeting we elected the following class ofhcersz President, jean Gingrich, VicefPresident, joseph Szeles, Secretary, Betty Landis, and Treasurer, john Matesevic. Our new officers told us, at another meeting, that we would have to vote again for a class flower. The reason for this was that the flower we had chosen could be purchased only in the fall of the year. Since all our main Senior functions would take place in the spring, we chose the Talisman rose. We made a splendid profit of 535.84 at the annual Bazaar this year. At our booth we sold ice cream and soft drinks. Monday, December 22, 1940, just two days before the Christmas vacation, we received our class rings. Oh, how thrilled and happy we were! We certainly were proud of our rings. Two of our junior boys, George Dickey and Eugene Corkle, honored the class by winning prizes at the Gratz Fair. This year, only three members of our class belonged to the Debating Club. They were Katherine Ricker, james Mitchell, and Evelyn Reynolds. Now for a big event in our school life, our junior Class Play! We selected the play, "Why Worry?" for presentation on April 18, 1941. May 29, 1941, what a memorable date! Our junior Prom! None of us will ever forget our junior Prom. Many members of our class were also members of the basketball, baseball, track and hockey teams. To end our junior year in a blaze of glory, many of us were remembered in the Senior Class Will. Those mentioned were Earl Alleman, Mary Bowman, Mark Eshenour, jean Gingrich, Carl Hackman, Dorothy Hanshaw, William Mahek, Ethel Reese, Evelyn Reynolds, Miriam Ricker, Dorothy Spotts, Wayne Stepp, Steve Stcll, Helen Swartz and Mary Wagner. Friday, june 6, 1941, was our last day of school as juniors. Monday, September 29, 1941, found us enrolled on the last lap of our High School course. Mr. Hartman, our Class Adviser for a few months, called our first meeting to order. Then we elected as our class officers: President, jean Gngrich: VicefPresident, Steve Stoll, Secretary, Betty Landis, and Treasurer, john Matesevic. Our President asked us at the next meeting to vote on the suggestion of having a yearbook. The vote was taken, and we decided to have a yearbook. As Seniors we sold homefmade cakes and candy at the Bazaar and made the highest profit in our four years. We made 537.o9. The leading roles in the Operetta "Chonita" were perfectly handled by Seniors. Those leads included George Dickey, jean Gingrich, Carl Hackman, james Mitchell, Ethel Shearer, Henry Sourbeer, and Frank Sukle. The singing and dancing choruses were composed almost entirely of Seniors. The Operetta was presented Thursday and Friday evenings, November 20 and 21, 1941. Tuesday, january 13, 1942, one of our favorite teachers in junicr High School, Mr. Edwards, left for the Army. Monday, january 26, 1942, one of our Senior teachers, Mr. Landis left for the Navy. Thursday, january 29, 1942, the Senior Class elected Mr. Ccover to take over the position of Senior Class Adviser, for Friday, February 6, 1942, lvir. Hartman was called into the service. "Three Taps at Twelve," our Senior Class Play, was pref sented to a receptive audience on Friday, April 10. It was a thrilling mystery that held us in suspense to the last minute. The cast of three girls and six boys gave a noteworthy per' formance. We were proud to be represented on the stage by Mary jane Snavely, Helen Swartz, Betty Landis, james Mitchell, Tom Tillett, Harry Hanshaw, George Dickey, Glenn Attick, and George Stare. Friday, May 29, was the date of the junior Prom, at which we Seniors were the honored guests. To the strains of sweet music we danced away an enjoyable evening. Many thanks to you juniors! Last of all we come to Commencement week. Class Day and Commencement are important events, for we have come to the end of another phase of our lives-an end that is really just a beginning. Happiness and sadness are mingled as we prepare to say farewell to our school and to our classmates. Page sixteen Fqgsw- V NINETEEN FORTYfTWO wwf--4-yew SWATTER ,. CLASS PRCPHECY NOW imagine yourself ten years in the future, and I shall attempt to tell you what has happened to all your friends who were graduated back in 1942. Naomi Baughman has danced her way to fame and is no longer known by her own name, but has received a more fascinating stage name. Eugene Corkle, Harry Stevens, James Mitchell, and Harry Hanshaw have opened a new type of school, one to teach scientific farming, just outside Oberlin. Do you remember seeing a cartoon appearing in the city paper about a year ago for the first time? Anthony Fanus is its originator. Luther Hoover was elected Mayor in the last election and Thomas Tillett is already planning a new campaign for his refelection to the Senate in the fall. Steve Stoll has gone into business for himself by opening a modern dancing school. He has employed Dorothy Kosutic and Anna Dominko to assist him. Anna Conrad, Thelma Gundy, and Helen Swartz have been registered nurses for some time. Helen and Thelma are head nurses in a prominent hospital, and Anna has been doing private work. ' Frank Cieri, Melvin Kennedy, and Marlin Parr have made their names quite famous in the bowling world, while another name seen in the sports items is that of James Pagano of the Philadelphia "Phillies" Mason Staub has taken up the work of a contractor. For a sample of his work take a look at the new house that he has built in Lawnton for Mr. and Mrs. jack Hill. Mrs. Hill, of course, was the former Katherine Ricker. Carl Hackman has certainly worked his way up, for he is now manager of Pomeroy's Department Store. Mary Bowman and Frances Morris produce the sound effects for a serial story heard daily over WHP. This program, "Exploring the Planet Mars," stars our old friend, George Romozi. Emil Popp and George Dickey are in charge of the Y. M. C. A. of Harrisburg. Marie Blazer and Tillie Kovats are employed as typists for an important insurance company in which Rodney Kirby is one of the best salesmen. Some of the girls who have decided on marriage for them' selves rather than business are Dorothy Spotts, Kathryn Yetter, Loretta Sheetz, Ella jane Staub, Mary Ricci, Louise Shank, and Barbara Najdek. Robert Fetrow has achieved his lifetime ambition. He is an air pilot. Ross Pierce is still the ladies' man, and in order not to dis- appoint any of them he has decided not to get married. Margaret Sinkovitz, Mary Tomasic, Anna Spolaric and Kathryn Pohner are employed as private secretaries. Glenn Atticks and Earl Alleman are partnership owners of the "Blue Pig." Carl Behm has formed an orchestra of his own. Some of its members are Henry Sourbeer, Margaret Arney, Bernard Bowerman, John Matesevic, and Robert Stricker. joe Szeles spends most of his evenings playing professional basketball. Miriam Ricker, Dorothy Hanshaw, and Evelyn Reynolds have spent a great deal of their spare time filling their hope' chests. Gwendolyn and Kathryn Browne are the proprietors of a beauty shoppe in Hollywood. Mark Eshenour has taken over his father's grocery store, and Bud Young has transferred himself frcm "Sam's" to Eshenour's store. For six years now Miss Botdorf and Miss Salerno have been teaching at their Alma Mater. Anna Martz is the school secretary. Betty Landis has taken a screen' test and is trying to crash the movies. Ethel Shearer and jean Gingrich are with a traveling unit as a duet. Also with this unit, singing in the chorus, are Harold Gingrich, George stare, and Edward Brown. Edward Bartel has an office job in the United Ice and Coal Company ofhce. Stephen Breski, William Mahek, and Christopher Hilde' brand have received positions on the local police force. Mary Keim, Genevieve Gornik, Helen Kostelic, and Kathryn Koons are working in the Steelton Bank. Rudy Gustin and Frank Sukle have opened a garage in Bressler and are making our quite well. Mary jane Snavely has been trying her luck at several kinds of work in the last ten years. Ethel Reese, Eva Stoss, and Mary Wagner haven't taken up any particular work, so maybe they too are anticipating matrimony. Wayne Stepp is employed at the Harrisburg Public Library. Eva Sansoni was seen appearing recently in the Fashion Show that was presented in Harrisburg. Betty Zebell and Mary Zink are employed as waitresses at the PennfHarris Hotel. - James Walden is now the sole owner of a very exclusive haberdashery. Richard Walters is manager of one of our prominent theaters. Thus end our imaginary wanderings into the future. Time will tell how nearly right our prophecies are. Page seventeen SWATTER was--asm NINETEEN FORTYfTWO CLASS WILL WE, THl?1Cla1ss of 1942, being of sound minds and bodies, do make and publish this, our last Wi an Testament. We give and bequeath to the members of the junior Class our respective homefrooms to be cared for in our tradition. To individuals we bequeath the following: Thelma Gundy's curly hair to Faye Linn. Anthony Fanus' art ability to Fred Hock. George Dickey's and Earl Alleman's knack at 'finding trouble to John Landis and Kenneth Houtz. Wayne Stepp's bashfulness to Wilmer Popp. Helen Swartz's boy friends to Helen Mohar. George Romozi's wisecracks to Robert Watts. Beatrice Salerno's originality to Naomia Stewart. Mary Wagner's quietness to Carolyn Thomas. Robert Stricker's collection of Western Songs to Donald Sheaffer. I2'I'S reputation to ro-Q.. Glenn Atticks' laugh to Frank Pinko. Henry Sourbeer's girl friend to John Gruber. Mason Staub's gymnastic ability to Edwin jones. Rodney Kirby's and james Pagano's bowling ability to Robert Klick and Robert Tillett. Rudy Gustin's "jalopy" to Willie Pagano for the trip home after basketball practice. jenny Gornik's popularity to Tillie Gersic. Louise Shank's place in front of the mirror to Pauline Blazer. Barbara Najdek's jokes to Colleen Moore. Frank Cieri's behavior in typing class to George Raudenski. Jean Gingrich's and Carl Hackman's singing ability to Evelyn Keim and Ben Housman. Anna Spolaric's height to jenny Vukmanic. Ivlelvin Kennedy's good behavior to Bill Sheaifer. Betty Landis' winning personality to Ruby Snyder. Leslie Young's and Marie Blazer's flirting to John Landis and Betty Wagner. Mary jane's ability as Beacon Editor to next year's editor. Loretta Sheetz' jollity to Nancy Parr. joseph Szeles' basketball ability to Frank Milletics. Ross Pierce's smallness to Lloyd Eshenour. Anna Conrad's dimples to Virginia Mitchell. Frank Sukle's excuses to Robert Tillett. Emily Botdorf's blushes to Betty Geary. Robert Fetrow's line to Ray Alleman. Steve Stoll's and Anna Dominko's dancing ability to Clair Deimler and Dorothy Turns. Tom Tillett's knowledge of current events to joe Blazer. jack Hill and Katherine Ricker's place in Room I4 to the couple offering to pay the most rent for its use at lunchftime. Finally, to all following us, we bequeath the success that was ours in affairs of the heart. We hereby appoint our Class Adviser, Mr. John Coover, sole executor of this last Will and Testament. In witness thereof, we, the Senior Class of 1942, the testators, have set our hand and seal this first day of June, one thousand nine hundred and fortyftwo. Page eighteen NINET of' SWATTER EEN FORTYfTWO ww--ww eRnl-H550 Xl 'I If - x mewfe D Eva f X, Z f 54 X . X X I Mu Q9 , 1,:fXvri?N srumr V CHESS acl HE Aix T W E CLU L, ' W CD X Q 1. ' W L13 s ill' F A smug? D 0456, O ' XSPZI. Qi W ' :,,'Nl?? V' U Wig O L., ffomccggm ur yu' OO G A dj Defense Y NEWS? f . D , smnrs Yxxfl ' SIMM RNA-AA B fa ego, ls 3 KVA, PFFEH 3: 1 E gage C 0 4 . ' " MIDVHE45 . Page mnete SWATTER NINETEEN FORTYfTWO JUNIOR First Row, Left to Right: Laura Freeland, Laura Beistline, Bernice Fissel, julia Tivador, Dorothy Spitler, Margaret Radosevic, Evelyn Keim, Clara Mae Frank, Ethel Zerance, Mary Bower' man, Miss Tyson, Mrs. Erb, Mrs. Hartman, Helen Mohar, Genevieve Vukmanic, Ruby Snyder, Winifred Frantz, Mary Klick, Helen Benedek, Inez Hanshaw, Marjorie Webster, Charlotte Cashman. Second Row: Mary Grubic, Ethel Wise, Roberta Campbell, Mary Gajdek, Lucy Tranio, Nancy Browne, Betty Ingram, Mary Ann Staub, Catherine Zrncic, Mildred Achey, Elaine Linn, Mary Schneider, Gertrude Fox, Margaret Koons, Betty Miller, Mildred Spotts, Betty Geary, Jane Roeting, Helen Nagy, Mary jane Forney, Naomia Stewart, Ruth Sheets. Tkird Row: William Sheaffer, George Calhoun, Alfred Sansoni, Charles Hamilton, Harold Tate, Donald Still, Russell Behrens, jack Felix, Earl Hildebrand, Adam Gabel, Gabriel Kelemen, Jay Reed, Ray Alleman, Edward Hoover, Anthony Bowman, Stanley Gersic, Paul Engle. Fourth Row: Henry Ingram, Frederick Noblet, Nickolas Cerjanec, Joseph Dormuth, Franklin Murphy, John Landis, George Raudenski, William Pagano, William Brunner, John Gruber, Thomas Glass, William Dickson, john Soutner, George Arney, Leroy Parthernore, Kenneth Houtz, Julius Garrett, Matthew Zrncic. Not in picture: Bernice Jones. GFFICERS President . . .......... Joi-IN LANDIS VicefP'residerit . . . GBNBVIEVB VUKMANIC Secretary . . . MARY KLICK Treasurer . . WILLIAM PAGANO Page twenty NINETEEN FORTYfTWO mef--Nom SWATTFR SOPHCMCRES OFFICERS President . ...... . . ROBERT WATTS VicefPresident . . . STEVE WILSBACH Secretaryffreasurer . . , EDWIN JONES First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Burtner, Betty Paules, Margaret Watson, Audrey Gundy, Ella Ernst, Elizabeth Eichinger, Matilda Gersic, Ruth Hill, Janet Paules, Second Row: Kathleen Keim, Evelyn Warfel, Loretta Paige, Elnora Flory, Nancy Parr, Anna Pagano, Helen Mahek, Mary Dentz, Mr. Carl, Mrs. Deiter, Mr. Foutz, Gizella Pucko, Jean Diegel, Genevieve Miller, Faye Linn, Jean Yetter, Joyce Quick, Rita Lippert, Doris Forney. Third Row: Nickolas Chunko, George Tomasic, Ruth Walden, Dorothy Mays, Catherine Hamilton, Asallee Brown, Rose Pavusek, Mary Plesic, Jane Hiler, Carolyn Thomas, Charlotte Browne, Elizabeth Kostelic, Dorothy Zink, Dorothy Turns, Mildred Ricker, Mary Markovic, Catherine Doncevic, Miriam Zell, june Ryder, Kitty Bender, Doris Weaver, Louise Cieri, janet Sherk, Arthur Myers, Earl Stepp. Fourth Row: William Stevens, Harold Stepp, Martin Kostelic, Konrad Troutman, Delbert Branch, Robert Tillett, John Rainey, David Goodyear, Steve Wilsbach, Donald Sheaffer, joseph Blazer, Paul Mazich, Curtis Curry, Robert Klick, Bernard Stepp, John Waidlich, William Hagy, Samuel Reed, John Zapcic, Richard Frantz, Robert Railing. Fifth Row: Frederick Hock, Ben Housman, William Seigfried, John Bastardy, Roy Schlessman, Rudy Trenn, Norman Hoffman, Henry Steck, Lloyd Eshenour, Henry Emrick, Wayne Bastardy, Paul Duncan, Robert Watts, William Staub, Walter Corsnitz, Edwin Jones, Brevard Smith Donald Fetrow, John Shealfer, Norman Sheaffer. Not in picture: Robert Chrismer, June Diegel. Page twerityfone SWATTER -faNywffNv,- NINETEEN FORTYfTWO F RE HME First Row, Left to Right: Geraldine Stoulfer, Blanche Smith, Virginia Mitchell, Margaret Najdek, Mildred Duncan, Mary Mrljak, june Walters, Arlene Shuey, Mary Chrisman, Mary Spitler, Virginia Kurkowski. Second Row: Sara jane Spotts, Betty Wagner, Betty Arnsberger, Martha Gingrich, Beverly Pretz, Elizabeth Gornik, Nellie Smith, Dorothy Speese, June Pannebaker, Mr. Walker, Miss joseph, Mr. Myers, Marie Zerance, Frances Jankovic, Virginia Hanshaw, Bobba Hamilton, Nancy Bingaman, Gladys Etnoyer, julia Grubic, Florence Beistline, Irma Arcipretini. 'Third Row: Anna Castanzo, Doris Miller, Lily Wolfersberger, Lois Sheaffer, Martha Schreiner, Barbara Kleinsak, Vera Mundorf, Esther Wert, Kathleen Still, Helen Brown, Rosie Gorecki, Sylvia Stankovic, Anna Scheib, Meliva Kosutic, Colleen Moore, Mary Lescanec, Elizabeth Zart, Mary Nagel, Katherine Raudenski, Eva Stark, Evelyn Snavely, Thelma Kirby. Fourth Row: Charlotte Smee, Anna Eichinger, Joseph Romozi, Kenneth Bowers, Robert Kohl, Harry Sheaifer, Louis Pagano, William Kimberlin, Merle Fissel, Gilbert Speese, Martin Etnoyer, Melvin Keim, George Gabel, Walter Bowerman, Richard Smith, Harold Fackler, Earl Miller, Donald Santoni, Harry Hill, Agnes McQuaid, Della Lyons. Fifth Row: Meade Fackler, Claire Deimler, Robert White, Waldo Reigle, Clarence Leeper, Carl Haas, Calvin Marks, Stephen Mohar, Henry Arndt, Michael Mrljak, Harry Strominger, Leonard Hart, Daniel Radonovic, Rudolph Dininni, George Crum, Frank Milletics, Stanley Hanshavv, Lee Holbert, Ralph Sellers, John Brunner. Not in picture: Arlene Cole, Edna Smith, Catherine Zart, john Snyder. OFFICERS President . . . . LEE HOLBERT VicefPresident . . . VERA MUNDORF Secretary . . . CHARLOTTE SMEE Treasurer . . . ANNA SCHEIB Page twerttyftwo NINETEEN FORTY-TWO SWATTER EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS President . . ..... . . WESLEY KEIM VicefPresidertt . . MARIE SMITH Secretary . . . . . jassr PAIGE Treasurer . . Roanizr BURTNER First Row, Left to Right: Phoebe Lex, Josephine Stewart, Betty Campbell, Gloria Walden, Anna Mae McCreary, Catherine Ernst, Dorothy Staub, Helen Koons, Lois Waidlich, Jane Blouch, Dorothy Baker, Gloria Deibler, Jenny Smith. Second Row: Evelyn Spayde, Jean Dininni, Mary Deibler, Ramona Negrete, Marie Smith, Doris Howell, Jean Ricker, Genevieve Wesley, Mildred Deirnler, Audrey Wallower, Mildred Becker, Miss Bishop, Mr. Horton, Mrs. Ruth, Betty Corsnitz, Margaret Seibert, Arlene Wogersberger, Pauline Weaver, Catherine Horner, Helen Rovak, Adda Noblet, Elizabeth Seig ried. Third Row: Ruth Mahek, Loyle Weber, Arlene Martin, Magdalene Milletics, Lois Sheetz, Pauline Blazer, Jean Gruber, Edna Platt, Gloria Parthemore, Frances Rollason, Jane Arney, Jean Arney, Melvina Hocker, Helen Stankovic, Arlene Welty, Betty Peck, Mary Widerman, Arlene Zink, Elizabeth Staub, Beverley Binkley, Naomi Littles, Clavia Santoni. Fourth Row: Wayne Yocum, Daniel Garrett, Robert Lebo, David Yentzer, Jack Logan, Sebastian Gabel, Norman Weltmer, Richard Hiler, Edward Brunner, Maurice Miller, Robert Staub, Penrose Ryder, Donald Sponsler, Robert Burtner, James Toth, Paul Kocker, George Pinko, Robert Johnson, Donald Sansoni, Glenn Stepp, David Stepp, Wilmer Popp, George Zuna. Fifth Row: Donald Barber, Curtis Mills, Eugene Kyle, Milford Mansfield, Eugene Rote, George Angeli, Clifford Marks, Henry Gregory, Norman Rote, Clarence Fredlund, Herbert johnson, Eugene Bell, Jesse Paige, Wesley Keim, John Staub, Ray Arnold, john jankovic, Maxim Negrete, John Gajdek, Miles Wells. Not on prrture: Ralph Spangler, Elaine Seigfried, Claude Dailey, Richard Gundy, Edgar Lingle, Richard Porter. Page twentyfthree SWATTER VN-V--Qyw NINETEEN FORTYfTWO BCY ' BASKETBALL Fmnl Row, Lcfl lo Rishi: 'l'. Glass, E. Popp J. Szm-les, Cn-cnptaing S. Stoll, Cn-cuptziing G. Dickey, J. Gruber. Burk Row: J Dormutli, Ass'1 Mgr 3 J Sumner, G. Ruuclvnski, lVlr.Osc1lr Baldwin, Crmrhg W. Paguno, S. Wilslmch, L. Young, Mgr. HE Coach LandisfBaldwin Squad came through with another successful season this year. Winning first place in the TwinfCounty League, the boys went ahead to compete in the District 3 P. I. A. A. playfoffs. They played Lemoyne in the first game of the playfoffs and won 28 to 22. They then played Spring Grove at Camp Hill and won 27 to 24. The boys next traveled to Gettysburg for the semifhnals and defeated Mercersburg 3,3 to 20. The S. T. H. S. team then came back to Steelton to meet Myerstown in the finals, which Swatara won 44 to 32. This team has set a record for future teams to break. Besides winning two trophies they also won Hve basketballs in the playfoffs. Dat Opp isiwt - nts S.T. Opp. Date Opponents S.T. Opp. Dec Highspire . . Feb Central Pa. B. C. . 26 16 Dec Palmyra . . Feb. Middletown . . 22 21 Dec Camp Hill . Feb. New Cumberland 24 21 Dec Enola . . . Feb. Camp Hill . . . 3,3 26 Dec Middletown . Feb. Hershey Industrial 20 1 1 Dec. Alumni . . Feb. Lemoyne .... . 3,0 17,1 jan. Lemoyne . . Mar. Lemoyne . . 7,6 26 Jan. Faculty . Mar. Lemoyne . . . 28 22 jan. Palmyra .... Mar. Spring Grove . . 27 24 jan. Millersburg . . . Mar. Mercersburg . 3,3 20 jan. New Cumberland Mar. Myerstown . . 44 17,2 Jan. Hershey Industrial ff -4 jan. Enola ..... Total . . . . 752 soo A total win of 21 games and a loss of 3. Page fw6TlEy'fO1,LT NINETEEN FORTYfTWO We!--www SWATTER GIRL- ' BASKETBALL Tuesday, December 16 Camp Hill ..... go S. T. ...... IO The girls got off to a bad start but they said, "Wait till they come to our floor, we'll give them a battle." Yetter and Kovats were high scorers. Friday, December IQ Enola ..,.... 18 S. T. ,.,... 18 The girls did some hard playing to hold the Enola girls down to a tie score. With S. T. trailing ovg at the half, the girls tried hard and gave forth their best efforts. Tuesday. December 23 Middletown .,.. I2 S. T. ....,, 27 The first win of the season! It really wasn't hard to hold Middletown to I2 points. Kovats had 16 out of the 27 points for S. T. Tuesday, December 3o Alumni ..,... 18 S. T. .,.... 8 Playing last year's team we were unfortunate and lost by IO points. CofCaptain Kovats had a bad arm and could not play. Tuesday, January 6 Lemoyne .,... I4 S. T. ...... 16 We started the new year with a victory. At the half both teams were tie, but in that last half we ex' celled our opponents. Benedek was the high scorer. Tuesday, January 20 Millersburg .... IQ S. T. ...... 24. The last quarter saw our lassies really playing ball. Good teamwork helped us win by 5 points. Friday, january 30 Enola ...,... 32 S. T. ...... 20 Kovats almost won the game by herself with 16 points. The others helped and tried as hard as they could. Tuesday, February 3, Central Pa. B. C. . . IQ S. T. .,... . 32 Junior Helen Benedek with I7 points was high scorer in this game. Third quarter saw plenty of shots made for S. T., but none for Central Pa. Tuesday, February IO Middletown .... IO S. T. ..,... 1 1 CofCaptain Kovats won the game for us by sinking a foul shot after the final whistle. Surely was exciting! Friday, February 20 Camp Hill ...., 22 S. T. . . . . . 21 It was a tough battle but they won! Friday, February 27 Lemoyne ..... 31 S. T. ...... I9 The girls started off with a bang, but it seemed they just couldn't hold the ball or sink any shots. Left ln Rigbl: B. Landis, Mgng J. Yettcr, B. Fissel, K. Ycttcr, B. Zcbcll, MAJ. Snavely,-J. Gingrich, N. Stewart, H. P-encdck, T. Kovalts, A. Duminko, B. Geary, B. Naidck, E. Linn, Miss H. Nlcklsh, Coach. Page twentyffive SWATTER was--sm NINETEEN FORTYfTWO RACK The track team, coached by Mr. Myers, competed in Class A events as it did last season. The schedule for the 1942 season is as follows: April 18, Saturday Shippensburg State Teachers College Invitation Meet . . 10.00 A.M. April 24, Friday Steelton Dual Meet at Steelton ..,......... 3.30 P.M. April 30, Thursday Triangular Meet at Catholic High ...... . . . 3.30 P.M. LSusquehanna, Catholic High, Swataral May 2, Saturday l,ower Dauphin County Meet at Swatara . . . . 1.00 P.M. tSusquehanna, Middletown, Swataraj May 9, Saturday Dual Meet with Palmyra at Swatara . . . . 1.00 P.M. May 16, Saturday Dist 3 P. l. A. A. Meet at Lancaster Mav 23, Saturday P. l. A. A. State Meet at State College HCCKEY Going into the second year of Hockey playing, the Swatara girls lost one game and won one. Due to the fact that school started late, only two games were played. The first one, with Swatara winning 3-0 over Kathryn Sweeney School, was played on November 12, 1941, at Swatara with Kovats, Yetter and Stewart taking the scoring honors. The second game was played on November 13, 1941, at Swatara. Unfortunately, the Swatara girls lost 8-0 to Scotland Field Orphanage. Page twentyfsix NINETEEN FORTYfTWO WW'-QW SWATTER BASEBALL The baseball nine, coached by Mr. Coover, again participated in the Central Pennsylvania League, which consists of Middletown, John Harris, Hershey Industrial, Lebanon, and Swatara Township. The schedule for 1942 is as follows: April 15 April 17 April 21 April 24 April 28 May l May 5 Harrisburg Academy Camp Hill .... 'klVliddletown . . . 'Hershey ..... 'Lebanon ..... 4'Hershey Industrial 'John Harris .... Away Home Away Home Away Home Home May May May May May May May Camp Hill . , . 4'lVliddletown . . 'l'Hershey ..... . 'Lebanon ....... 'Hershey Industrial . . Harrisburg Academy . akJ0hn Harris ..... 'lieague Games Away Home Away Home Away Home Away FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA President ....... GEORGE DICKEY Treasurer . . . . . ADAM GABEL Vue-Presldenl . . . . . EUGENE CORKLE Reporter . . . . JAMES MITCHELL Secretary ...... WILLIAM BRUNNER The Sweet Arrow Chapter of the Future Farmers of America this year consisted of twelve active members. They participated in judging contests and they entered exhibits at various fairs. In both they rated quite high. Regular meetings were held throughout the year under the supervision of Mr. Nevin Carl. Page twemyfseven SWATTER Mase,--XMN NINETEEN FORTYfTWO WATTER Edilor-in-Cibiqf .... EVELYN REYNOLDS Business Manager ..,.. MARY Ricci Asxrslanl Edrlor ..,... STEVE Srou. Asst. Business Manager KATHRYN YETTER Mr.. B. Hartman, the former Senior Class Aclviser, helpcclrto lay the plansfor the 1942 SWAI IER before he was callecl into the service ofthe U. S. A..ln February. Miss Charlotte Tyson then unclcrloolx the supervision of the plans for the publication. BEACO W The Swatara Beacon has kept its readers informecl of school news for nine consecutive years. Uncler the ecluorshlp ol hlary Jane Snavel-v it has had another successful season. The Staflenlits six issues ofthe paper annually. This year the circulation reachecl 500 copies. Page twentyfeight NETEEN FORTYfTWO wwf--Xfafw SWATTER GRCHESTRA The Orchestra has successfully completed another year of keeping the S, T. H. S. stuclent body IHUSIC-Illll'K.l9Ll. 'They played regularly-for Chapel programs. The school directors of Dauphin County enloyecl their music at their meeting helcl in S. T. H. S on Fehrua ry 12. Commencement is the last school activity at which the Orchestra makes a puhlic appearance. GLEE CL B .Unrler the direction of Miss Corclella Shealler, the Glee Club made its lirst appearance this term as the Chorus in the Operetta "Chonita." . The group gave a fine program at the meeting of the Dauphin County School Directors in S, T. H. S. on February 12. They also presented a few numbers in Chapel during the year. Page twentyfnme SWATTER wfex--Xcyw NINETEEN FORTYfTWO A T CLUB President . ,....... ANNA MARTZ Secretary ...,...., HEI.EN NAGY Vzce-Prexzdent ...... JEAN GINGRICIH Treasurer . . . .,., BETTY LANDIS Q Oil-painting -and woodvcarving were.a'm0ng the main proiects of the Art Club this term. Fl hese were carried on under the supervision of Mrs. Mildred Ruth. POETRY CLUB , These words express the purpose of the Poetry Club: "Then read from the treasured volume The poem of thy choice, And lend to the rhyme of the poet The beauty of thy voice." Each member ofthe Club kept an anthology of favorite poems collected throughout the term. A prize was offered for the best collection of poems. Page thirty NINETEEN FORTYfTWO N-mfr--Xgfw SWATTER TRIfHIfY President . . . . BE1'1'Y LANDIS Secretary . . .NAUMIA STEWART Vzec-President . . . .JEAN GINIZRIKQH Treasurer . . THEl.MA GUNDY HIfY President . . ...,. MARK ESHENOUR Secretarv .... . ..... EMU. Povv Vzce-President ...... JOSEPH SZELES Treasurer . ..,... EDWARD BARTEL The sale of War Bonds and Stamps in the High School was the main project ofthe Tri-Hi-Y and the Hi-Y this term. The two clubs conducted joint Bible Study classes and also sponsored one evening dance during the year. Page thirtyfone SWATTER mef--asm NINETEEN FORTY-TWO i iw? ffm PM 3 2.211 h 0 fu' H Aa, e 'f O! ?'5'J?17Qza,,7'Z , . JI 'Zig' iffllatwaxwf A, 1' E' Q ,' ffe.-L.. t. ' ' w . ifwddw ' N 5" l . ' , ' A1 s5,6,r..a..,!Q..f . ' "'-,',, 1' gaming' fi Ora? Q' wr i . " ' " r , 15 . lf! 57 ' Q3 K!wff17lQZfZ1f mfg Jawa ' X747 WM C'?ZM.5. gm B Q faaad 72f 77"JM ACKNUWLEDGMENT XXZE, the members of the SWATTER Staff, in behalf of the Senior Class vvish, by this means, to express our gratitude and appreciation to: Mrs. Kathryn Neibich for her help in typing our subscription blanksg Mr. O. B. Baldwin for his assistance in planning the group pictures for this bookg Mr. john Coover who, as the new Senior Class Adviser, gave helpful advice and assistance to the Staff. john Bastardy of the Sophomore Class for his contribution to the art work of this publication g And finally, everyone else who in any way contributed to the success of the 1942 SWATTER. THANK YOU! Page rhirryfzwo ' " A -' 'calf -"V':f'Y'Jf'+'fa' ...fa-'fg..-f.m:g.2f-f..f?..,iV:m-",ir',5'f1f:W. --s2ggsf"?w'-gf'-'?12.,1':.,,vfv "fl"-.25 9-5:4 'V A -:f,.Z,iQV' 'uf I'.f"V7f'-. T- , 4 , "iff 'Y ' f' s , f,."' MA' A.vss',.,, yd- '3'.,,' gg QQ 15' . ,,. - Tdv' "' A 1 V L K" . 4 K . 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