Uniontown High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Uniontown, PA)

 - Class of 1940

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I-BR X51 I 1 Q ' FOREWORD Four vears have gone by four years that are but as a graln ot sand on the shore ot Eternnty but to us they wnll be the tour most memorable years of our lute tour years of happn ness struggle and sometimes sadness that a volume ot flowery language Could not des rnbe Only through the eyes of the camera can we leave evldence that we have been here and pass d We gave our thanks to those who have aided us nn our search tor know edge With eyes to the future we leave thus evidence ot the past Our Yearbook f lf ll 1' L N 'S mtl e . :J V " MW' f' . A ' , ',' 1, F1 Q, I Q" j s ff . M , V 2. if V 's -- . S 5-39 ' 0 -K , of 'Wulf . 3 2, A X-I F'-' e ' 'ts 1 l Nga- ' .".-- . , 11 ll , . . U ' 1 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF I94O EDITOR HARRIET CORNISI-1 BUSINESS MANAGER BETTY DARBY i Tm ' S wk .IQ I, -L ,, ' A ll ,i"W" h .f I I "'r"W"""M""Q I I I I The Administration Guy M. Clark, one of the most progressive and understanding principals that the South Union Township Schools have had, has been an active participant in the education work for many years. l-le, being a native of the South Union Township, received his first edu- cation in its elementary schools, later he attended the Uniontown High School, and finally, the University of Pittsburgh, from which he graduated in l9l9. l-le after many years of silence has finally revealed to the school his ambition and we the Senior Class of l94O have the honor of putting it in our book Mr Clark states his ambition as follows My ambition for this school e said that the students faculty and principal will transmit South Union High School greater better and more beautiful than it was trans mitted to them 'Qs 'nn' Hifi MR GUY NI CLARK ,940 -4 I I I I II I ' ' ' ,Il h ' I Ilig I I I I - Iwi. ,Name ,, rl 4 F M I . s i , N if rrwrtiif . 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JAMES MYERS Hrs lessons and studxes he does delay Wrltes an excuse and goes h1S way Football 123 4 Athleuc Club 12 Mmstrel Baseball 2 Treasurer of Sports Club 3 LAWRENCE THOMAS When Curly charges down the field Hls opponents know he vull never yleld Varslty Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 12 3 4 Bl010gy 2 'vllnstrel Il 4 Interclass Basketball 2 3 Tennls 3 4 JACK OHERN JAMES MYERS LAWRENCE THOMAS SARAH SPRINGER CHARLES BISE JACK O HERN SARAH SPRINGER Bunny s out hunting deer Be careful bovs lts leap year Camera Club 2 3 Tennls Club 2 3 4 Blology Club 2 3 Minstrel 2 3 Eagle Staff 2 3 4 CHARLES BIQE A football hero s our Ike A pleasant lan that vle all l1ke VHYNILY Football 12 3 4 Vars1ty Basketball 1 Base ball 4 Mlnstrel 3 4 B1olog5 Club 2 3 Camera Clue 3 4 He llkes to rest hes never sad He works a blt and drlxes llke mad Inte class Basketball 12 Blology Club 2 HIFI! HUM effl 1:- f.-1 we l940 -M 4? .-M - .4- -1-1 N O T P I C T U R E D ELWOOD ALUZER JAMES NYCUMN Toot toot the big French horn Hrs eyes are snappy hls smlle 15 kind Emood 15 a muslclan born A more loyal Senior youll never fmd 2 4 h t 2 3 4 B l Cl b 2 C Plging M?nstre?r?3 -is ra lo ogy u ass Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Blology Club 2 Mmstrel 3 4 22 J ---. ' -, ' 2-3-4, I -. ' --,' - E: il- -4 , -EEE P. 5 if -fi? I-r N - 0 " - -. - -. ' . 1 . A Dld You Ever See a Dream? Dear I-In I had a beautltul dream last nnght I dreamed I was standlng In the center ot an enormous and gorgeously decorated ballroom All about me were the happv smllnng faces of my Senior classmates as they glnded to the soft and most soothnng muslc I have ever heard As I wandered through the crowd I was astonished by the vagueness ot the forms of the dancers except for one outstanding charasterlstuc In each person Suddenly I was aware of a vouce speaklng to me from some unseen place I-Ie sand Puck from these what In your opnnlon IS the most perfect gurl and boy I d and here are the results Eyes Betty O I-lern Nose Bunny Sprlnger Lips Teeth I-lanr I-lenght Welght Clothes Intellngence Personaluty Complexnon Eyes Nose Build Lips Teeth I-Ialr I-Ielght Weught Clothes Intelligence Personal :ty Complexnon BOY Mary Lnvxngston Ruth Muller Dorothy I-Iovanec Geraldine Perkins Julua Payesko Dorothy Kronrck Mary Murphy Elnzabeth Pullce Modlyn Rubesne Ted Dletz Jesse Elek I-loward Williams James I-lagan Jesse I-less Francis Edentneld James Eosbrnng Lnndsey Bnerer Jack Greaves Bull Wllson Edward Thomas Ray Elsher Always and Always DOT I I I , . 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',, di , I Figure I-larriet Cornish I MOTTO Funushed labor are pleasant FLOWER Amerucan Beauty Rose COLORS Blue and Gold Everythung good or bad must have a begunnung So-here goes' W hall now try to tell you somethung of the dark and mysteruous past of the Senuor Class af I94O A D What skeletons won t be dragged out' I-low many red faces wull there be when thus book us pubIushed7 Well un the furst place the day on whuch we furst passed unto the spacuous halls of Iearnung of S U I-I S was August 28 I936 Vule looked more luke the Dead End Kuds on one of theur frequent trups to the house of correctuon Wull we ever forget our furst day un hugh school' We step ped wearuly off the bus Whack' Oucl-' Boy dud those paddles stung The only comeback we had was I bet you thunk you re smart' Wasn t that just too bruIIuant9 But less of thus needless chatter We must go on to thungs of more Importance After we had crambled about for a few days we tunally The vuctors who emergeo flushed but truumphant were PRESIDENT DORIS PEGG VICE PRESIDENT LEONARD DEAN SECRETARY WILLIAM WILSON Our Freshman N ear was very uneventful We held a few socual events succes of course and we dututully attended all of the school actuvutues Thus wa the hustoruc year un whuch Mr Longanecker pulled one over an all of hus dear luttle pupuls by gettung morrued secretly Mr Costolo agaun had a chance to bute hus fungernauls un pure jealousy I-Ie shouldn t worry' I-Ie s stull got Duetruch' Thus our furst year ended We were much Battle scarred but ut was worth ut We were no longer green freshues We were guddy Sophomores Our Sophomore year was not very dufferent from our Freshman year wuth one exceptuan Vve were more furmly establushed We too naw had the rught to scratch our names on the desks park our chewung gum under them and put tocks on the seats of our unsuspectung classmates The greatest pleasure we had thus year was the unutuatuon of the freshues Boy' Dud we lay ut on hard' Our Sophomore play and party were very successful - . I g C . I . . 4 b e S . . ' I 4 .... I . - 11 - uf - - . . I 4 r "' . l, .I ll ' I ll I . I S . settled down. The furst task we undertook was the selection of class officers. , . ' I C , . . . V . t' I C . . . . . I V I ' ' T I - ' ll ll ' ll ' ll ,i I ' I 7- I ' I I I I ' . HISTCRY Thus we drsproved our very nnelegant nnckname lGlddyl The very capable offlcers for thas year were PRESIDENT WILLIAM WILSON VICE PRESIDENI DOROTHY l-IOVANEC SECRETARY GERALDINE PERKINS TREASURER LINDSEY BIERER Our Sophomore Year ended we emerged much the wor e for wear u we stall kept mllrn through Our class motto ment oned above lust fltted the Junnor Class of l938 t a T We were so eager to get It all over wlth Our Junior Party made up for all the tlresome days spent porlng over books under the eagle eyes of our teacl' rs G e those seats are hard' Wonder why the School Board doesnt provide cushions? Walt a mlnute We almost forgot to m ntlon our class offlcers for thus year' Whew' That was a close one Well here thev are PRESIDENT LINDSEY BIERER VICE PRESIDENT JUSTIN I-IONSE SECRETARY I-IARRIET CORNISI-I TREASURER DOROTHY HOVANEC Oh dear' Isn t that Sensor Year ev r golng to arrlve? At last' The vear of years' I-ummm That s funny It doesn t seem any dnfferent from the last three But let s not quibble about trlvlal matters We are now ultra sophrstlcated Seniors Boy was that a Mouthful' look on thelr faces Wonder what s the matter? Oh so thats It They lust don t get our Intterbug talk They shouldn t worry We don t get It ourselves The frrst event of has llustr ous year was the Sensor Dance Some of the boys must have Tarzan complexes What they dlcl to those decorations shouldn t happen to anythlrg' lAttentlon of Wrnght Metzler sl Some of the Sensors have jslsr dlscoxered that th y really luke school Its too late now' The electron of class oftncers caused a bug blow up thus year A good many embryo polltlclans were dlscovered among our number Our offncers for this our last year In high school were The people s friends B ll WI son that tycoon from Alrshaft Jesse Elek Ernestlne Buehner and the sweet llttle debutante from Jamnson Geraldlne Perkuns Well all thlngs even the best of them can not go on forever So with much walling and sheddnng of tears and a funal warnnng to tne Under classmen to belneve Nothlng that they hear and only half of what they see the Senior Class of l94O buds you au revour' 'I' , . s , b t - llc - A 11 O ll ll I II ' ll ,e e - e ' ' ' . . . e . I 1' I . ' ' , . I . . Teachers who pass thru the halls these days have the most puzzled . , TA.. - ', ,' . . ' t ' e l ' . . I , . U . - I I . T ' . I .I I, ,I I v I Ie . -. , ' , ' 'g I ' ' - I I - J T' I I I T - 1 1 . V : . . If . ll - I ll ' I I ,- """l' 'MDX--,N -,....NX ..TMY.., IUNICDR CLASS Altxzer Elvsood A1 le Betty Mae Arendosh Sabxna Baker Betty Baker Margaret Baker Baker Baron Barns Melford Rebecca Helen Jumor Barron Ma1 garet B1s Charles Bse Louis Bollman E'mo BUTRONIIZ Sxmon Byers Ruth Ma me Calabrase Charles Carey Anna Chamberlam Kathryn Clare Mary Loulse Clouffh Thelma Concllus Nlcholas unnlngham Anna May D1 Nunno Mary Drews Robert Durkosh Edu ard Elsey Mary Ellzabeth nBettyn F1ke Frances Flemmma M110 Franks Dorothy Cvalther Robert Gerkouch Joseph Hall Dllton Hays Esther Hebb Wllma Rae Hoak Eunlce Jenkms Clyde Jolly Hemuetta Kashery James Kelley Harry Klecho Anna Kope John Kufta Rose Lxlley B tty Marcus Frances Maxracxc Walter Mayhle Calyln McAn1nch Mercedes McBr1de Louise McCoy Walter Mehxll Martin Metts Walter Mtytu Glenn Mxgacz LOUIS Mllazzo Pete Mxller Mlller Montt Moore My ers Ny cum Nvcum O Hern O Hern Lucxlle rB1lly+ W1ll1am Rose Frank James James Jean Edward Jack Steele Marjorl Stefancm Charles Susa Louis Stegura Julla Syy aney Sw aney Swaney Thomas Thomas Thomas Tobal P Gladys Robert Walter Betty da Lawrence aulme Patterson Wendell Perkins Hannah Petlsh Cecella Plachko Katherine Pllchta B tty Powell Mildred Rankm John Jr Robmson Bessle Roby June Pusnak Alex Smgston Ahce Mar e Shaffer Geralthne Smntley Betty Soltxs Catherlne Sprmger Sarah Van Dxyner Harry Varndell Mary Eyelyn Ventura V1o1a V1tt1 Dorothy Vrob 1 Steye Westfall Ruth Wh eler Ldcnda White Anna Jane Whlte SHITICV Whoolexy Do 1s Wxles Russell Wolfe Mary Frances Woody Amadee Yelenxch Edvsard ZaJac Alexander SOPHOMORE CLA Baden Bettw Barklev Dorrs Barron Anna Bartz Frank Beal Garnet Beal Norma Bednarrk W1ll1am Brerbower Ray B111 Dorothy Butler Raxmon Bcnjrorno Rose Brounfuld Dorulln Burd Glenn Burke Annu Burl-ts Warren Butler Thelma Chuey Matllda C11,olett1 Glorxa Clrxllo Rot Clough Allce Mae Colher Thomas Collzns Harry Conetsco Chester Conner Rat Couch Frances Cunnmgham VlX13H Daud Ruth Dobs John Doyle Frankhn Dressel Nellle Dunn John Fe-enet John Fellx Marlene Frgus Katherxn Frlrtsky Joseph Fok Ruth Franczxk Martha Franks Earl Gardner Vlrglma Gerkouch J Marcus Glad Frank Chun Cenex tue Gufirth Mart Lou Grimm XV llte r Hagar Arnold Hager Edwin Hagertw Freeman Haeertx Joanna Hahn Nlabel Hansel W1ll1am Harmon Martln Harned June Helmlck Merle Louise Henckel Emma Hernanskv Cecella Herrmg Arthur Hess J C Hlusko Eugene Holchm Gerald Holland Charles Jackson Wrlharn Jenkms George Jose Harrt JOShl9 Eduard Kashary Charles Katen Stexe Karmrerczak Anthont Kemerer Wlllzam Kendro Vlfgllflld Kennedv Adele Krug Wxllram ll Sz Kope Vlclor Krllnet Alb rt Kronlck Sldney Kuznar Lourse Lablak Gertrude Lechnar Mart Lmk Robert Lovtert Betts Luclndx Dena Mafflt Alberta Mafflt Betts Malarlch Albert Mahk Garnet Mangello Edmund Marcmko Margaret Margheret Carl Marte Dorothy Marxnelll Arthur Marker Alxce Marshall Anthony McAnmch Hope McCarthw Harrw McClure Jack McDowell Lllllfill McDovs ell Stexe Mewers Maxlne 'Vhhalko Mlchael Mrlkouch John Mlller Dorothy l tl R Mullen N911 'vlterx Mxrthfm Nemchrk Andt Notak Frank O Conor Kathleen Ondrrsh John Pantalo Mafalda Perkms June Petletlch Walter Petrosky Georgla Potter Robert Pratt Agnes Proctk Ida Puskarlch Andrevs Rider Earl Rush Helen Scmmonskx Rot Schnatterlt Dorothy SS Schreck W1Il1am Seman Ellzab th Shaffer Bettv Shebora Clara Shzpleg Paul Sxmons Stella Smkule Thomas Slpole Ollve Mae Qxsler Dorls S sler Grant 'Stalk Audrey Stout Daxld Qtvrnu Hannah Stvlnet Wrlllxm Teets VVl1ll'1Ill Telch Clara Thomas B tty Jo Thompson John Tomsharck uba. Vrrnock Marian Watson Wilbur Whitlock Delbert Wolfe Wanona Wrlght R,1chard Yeager Marllyn Yesh Sophie Zajac Theodore Zatatfon John Zdanek Joseph Zxmeck Elrzabeth 27 -. ' ' . . . ' . ' 2 ' r ' ' Q M' ', V' . . . . ' Y , i Y C - . . . . . . .I L . A b . I -B ' " . Q 1 Ig . 1 Klvho. tue Ml'le', oss ' . L ' A Brownfleld. Isaac Gregory. Thomas Knohlocl-: Joe Moore. Donald Sucet ac. Josephxne '. . ' ' . ' . ' ' J . ,' 4 . ' L ' . " . Q ' '. 4 . F. ' , 'v' . ' 'V 1 ' ' n . h 4 1 . . - . -J- 1 " e . ,oxskxw 2 ,f ,J FRESI-IMAN CLASS Anderson James Asbury L11ybe11 Baker Vlrgmxa Baran Anna Barnhart Thelma Bartock Joseph Baugh Lloyd Bealko Madyhne Bendo Joseph Beucher Stephen Blerbower Hovsard B111 Steve Bxlonxck Mary Jane Blxler Lela Jane Blazonclk Margaret Blazonclk Verna Bonk Anna Boyd Nan Brltz Helen Brxtz Joseph Brnlch Theresa Brooks W1ll1am Brownf1e1d Harry Bro7ov1ch MarJor1e Bryczek Walter Buchhelt Arlene Burke Dorothy Cam Mabel Carlton Bettv Jean Chararon Mary L Colbert John Harry Cooley Daud Cooley Dorothy Coulle Ada Crafcheck Paulme Cramer Betty Jo Cramer Wxllxam Crossland Randolph Cummlns Anna Lou Cunmngham Harold Davls Bet rly Deal Eleanor Deal Lois Decker James Deffenbaugh MarJorxe Dovsns Vxolet Duffleld Howard D71ak Anne Edenfleld Exung Elek Rosella Epley Elizabeth EZZI Jennle E7z1 Llnda Feher John Feher Mlke Ferentme Paul Felcho Wanda Jean Fmsco Dornmeck Flsher Charles Fisher Loretta Fltzslmmons Anna B Fltzslmmons Donald Forcheck Heler Frazee Dorothy Gales George Gasda Helen Gerard Gustave Glad Martha Bleber Mxldred Gloxer Eleanor Goldberg Lllllan Grote Ralph Grublsa Thomas Hadala Elizabeth Hadala Martln Hall Eleanor Hall June Hall Theodore Hansel Norma Hantosh Paulme Harbarger Matilda Hardy Paulme Hart Edward Hartsek Margaret Helmlck Delpha Henckel Elmer Hen haw Robert H rc1k Aloysrns Hess Amana HlbbS Holbert H1bbs Lor1s Ho111day Fanme Hough Norma Jean Hoyanec Luella Hurley Madlyn Ice Clyde Johnson Ruth Juli Damel Kacmer Frank Karyoskw Albert Kexser Denny Kephart Katherme Knoblock Flleen Kobaw Frances Kollar Betty Kope Charl s Korona Edward Koxach Paul Ladouch Paulnle L1l1eV Garnet Lxnderman Dorothy Lnxngston Ph111p Lohr Clarency Lohr June Long B111 Lukac John Mansberry Betty Mansberry Donella Mansberry Helen Marcus Frank Marlnelll Frank 'Vlarker Dorothy Markey Evelyn Markey Vernlce Markouch Lou Bess Markus Catherine MBTIIH Betty Martln Roberta Mateko Charles Mateko Helen IE .. It .. ,,,,..J,: ,,f' .W M 1 fr -.mm FRESHMAN CLASS Maust Merle McBr1de Jack 'VIC artnes Wrlter 'VIcC1ure Bess McDowell Alrce VIcDovLell Lours 'vlcvlrax Emrly VIcVav Jean Rubx Niedrrtz Leonard 'X rtll Wild Vlerlrenr Robtrt Virchener Irene Vlrgacz Blanche Vlrhalko Damel 'vlrlkuscak Margaret 'VIlrne Donald 'vlontgomery Wrllram Monteomerv Albert Mover Rolert Mullen Br nt Nlu nanskx Joseph Mysluxrec Eddre Vlrermc Trllre Noxotnew George Nycum Geraldrne Nvpor er Andx NS pox er Kenneth O Hern Emmett O Lesko Vrctor Oreox an Teresa Orsag Anna Ozemek Vernnrca P lla Marr. Paptrck Clara Parks Clrra Prtrtrson Drle Patterson Regrna Paull Emerson Paxloxrch Ernest Pawesko Jane Peg Eleanor Perlxrns Thomas Petrsh Paulrnt Petrosky Samuel Plaseckr Estell Prnskey Josephrne Prorarchw Martha Prvxovtar John Pluto Thomas Polando Mary Ann Pompura Mrchael Porter Charles Puskarrch Frances Rahl Bernrce Randl t Helen Rankrn Jane Rrvmond Frank Raymond Ivan P rvmond Ruth Rxzurn Mrlxe Reagan Wrlda Reed Bexerly Peese Marravr Rrchardson Robert Rrchter Ex elyn R chter Robert Roche Franc s Rockwell Ewelvn Rosky Alrce Rukse Mary Rusnak Stanley Salrtrrk Steve Sanders Exelyn Srngston Bettx Jean Catanek Dorothy Schnatterly Don Selega Andrew J Seman Veronrca Shallenberger George Shaw Robert G Shoaf Merun Shurnar Ralph Srcler Paul J Smrrh Roloart L Sneddon Donald Starr Beulah E Stallbaum Irene Steele Evelyn F Stefanrnr Leonard A clI'3XKIl Anne E Sxxaney Dorothy Svsaney Lorenzo Sxlxrs Bettw J Talaga Felecra A Thompson Glenn W Tumulty Eleanor M Twma Edward T Ur hold Tatha N Valentrc Joseph Venrck Dfrnrel Walla Joe J Wfrndel Betty J Weakland Phrllrp J Wheeler Ex elvn L Wheeler Isabelle L Whlte Frances M Wrggms Mary V Vkrllrams Gladxs Wrnemrller Gtnera Wrnemrller Luther Wynn James B Yarst Clxde 'akub c Margaret Yanrl. Helen Yanrk John J Yauger James Yelenrck Robert Yesh Martha Yovxler John J Yowler Marlrne Zdura John J Zubal Veronrca 29 .iii . Q fr -ow X V K L A 'L ' , j X ' . t - . ' L , J. ' - S r C ' 2 ' . . .' '. . 4 . . ' " . ' ' ' ' . J . ' ' . C. . ' ' K ' . - , ' V Q 4 4 . , . ' 4 ' ' , at . . . ' ' . I 'Y . c A , ' . Y . - ' 1 ' .Iel . i. red 1 " 1 R .s, . A , V -- A - Mer'r'a5'. Rom-llrr Parks. H1lI'X'l'X' Rrrvrnorrci. Thorrnrs Elm rr. Cussrrnrr' VVIICONKY, B01'U1l1'f1 r ' . ' ' " . ' . . ' . ' . M, n - - r ' ' '. 5' ' . ' t . ' . ' ' . - .' . ' , e. ' I - V ' '. 1 e . ' . '. ' 'f " . . 5 i h - ,M - V , E '. ASS W We the senlor class of 1940 kl'1OW11'1g that we lave only a few more days of exlstence as a corporate body and b81Ilg of sound Tllllid Cwe hope? do hereby declare thls our last vt l1l and testament Vve now bequeath the dlgnlty and respect that IS the Just due of all sen ors to the Jelnlors ln the manner and forms followlng Adams Bertha Leaves her demure manner Baker Martha Belle Leaves her vocfl appal tus Barnhart Dorothy VN ll s her deslre to O9 a great planlst Beddlck Mary Leaves her brlght palnled flngernalls Bednar Albert Glve ills book on How to Get In and Out of Trouble Blerer Llndsey Wllls lls blushes Buchhelt Charles Leaves h1S best regards to vvhoever may need them Buehner EITIOSIIIIC Donates her art ablllty Chlchvv ak Helen Glves her wlnnlng smlle Clpolettl John Wllls hls Ollgllldl Jol es Conner kenneth Leaves 1115 S17L eleven shoes Cornlsh Harrlet Leaves her posltlon as edltor of the Eagle Cralg Robert Wllls 1118 mlscnlevousncss Darby Betty Leaves her unflnlshed debate on Hltler Dletz Teddy ur1llS DIS outstandlng work as a school patrolman Edenfleld FYHDCIS Leaves h1S excellent football playlng Elek Jesse Glves hls deslre to make others happy Ellas Irene Leaves 1181 neat appearance Ellas Mary GIVES her dark b1OWI1 curls Emerson Wllllam Leaves the vlolk of hls lllustrlous poet namesake EZZ1 Albert Leaves '1 p1OI'Il1Sll'1g future as a trumpet plaver Flsher Ray Donates ll s quletness te the nolsy Junlors Fosbrlnk James Wllls Illb aptness n shop vvolk Franceyk Rose Nlarle Wllls her Bblllty to g1VL readlngs Frankhouser Robe t Donate 111 sense of humor Fruhllngel Helen Sadly glves her apple a day Gallda Catherlne Leaves her halr styles Gardner Allna Vlllls the twlnkle ln 'ler brown yes Gates Mary Sue GIVES her Hollywood aspllatlons Glover Ethel Le ves her stale ehevv lng gum on the seats Greaves Jack Leaves lllb tootlng trumpet Grlfflth Helen Glves her collectlon ot mldget penclls Grublsa Barbara Don nes her pretty hand Wflllllg Hagan James Wllls a vacant seat next to Sld Hager Donald Lends h1S secret of bklpplllg classes Haney Jack Leaves S U Congratulatlons' Haney Wllllam VN 1115 h1S socks appeal Hess Jesse Leave h1S candld camera shots of the teachers Honse Justln W1llS hls tardlness Hovanec Dorothy Bequealhs her good tennls playlng Hurley Marcella Wllls hel 11'1tCI'6St ln good books Jackson Robert Donates hls Plymouth Johnson James Wllls h1S deeelvlng lntelllgence Karpus Edward Leaves hls saxophone Katen Andrew Glves hls day dreams Kelly James Leaves hls tltle as Maestro Wlth the Flddle Klng Mary Donates her keen appleelatlon of humor KIHKUS Cecella Leaves her shynecs Kollar Emll Vvllls hls unusual he glt Kollar Emma Bequeaths her worn out tQDl1lS shoes Kosco Irene Donates her fond memolles of hlgh school days Kovalcheck MICDBC1 Glv es h1S pretty VVhltC teeth Ixromck Dorothy Leaves 'ler way vvlth the male members of th class Kuerschner HE11OlLl Wllls hls experlenees 111 forelgn lands 2 l -5 . , ' ' l 1 ' X ' ' A ' ,Q . na. Y f ' ' . . Y . Q . 4 .l . 1 . . U . . , I - ' l' " . , -. , . 1 f D V Q - , .. N I 7, , - . . I C X l Q 'x A ,U Y , . v '-W L 4 - ' 7 i 1 Ju' xx' X h V . 1 ' ' " . ' . .', ' f ' 1, , , . . , L. --, W - .- , , - l n '-1 7 I E. , - . 1 . B. , ,. - . , -, . . . . , v X ' .. . . -- X Y H . . . ' . 3 ' . . , - e L . 1 . , 1. A . ' . ' ' FOSDFIDR. John-Leaves hls long legs. , '1' - ' s 5 H ' . .' 1 . l , , c I Y' ' ' ' v l , - , e . , - a ' . , - . . - z 1 l ' . , - . 5 T 3 I A ' y T Aw . . f I . , - . Y IC I ' I ' x ' x , - . . g - . ,Q 1 A I ' ' X K x . ' ' y . ,. .I A . , I . . . 7 I - ' y - ' A ' 17 , -1 ue . a " ' ' ' 1 ' . . , . . , - ..,. . ' - " ' Al ll X , V , .' . ' ' Q -1 Y ' 1 ' ' , - X- A ' e . ' , ' 1 if ll ' Q . ASS WI lxushmx Mary Lends 1111 1xo1ld1n1ss and SODlllStlClllUl1 to the freshxes Lechnar Joseph Gnes h1s weakness ior argumg Lrllcy June Leax es her xar1ety of han TIDDOIJB LISOWIII Robert D1n1te l1lS peppy Splllt LLXIIILHLCDI1 Miry B que 1tl1s l1e1 led h 111 Lowe Betty W1lls her unhnlshed lollypops Lowery Dorothy Leax es her blxdtllll., ab1l1ty vlahoney Harry Gues h1s desne to 111 1rrx 1 good cook WI111g.,ello Vlolet Don ales 1141 lllly sue NI 11gna1et John Vnls 111s dusty Enghsh book to soml unlucky 1un1o1 Matthev s He1 bert Le-axes l11s natur1l 11 me Maust Nora W1ll her work 1n the caleterm Nlayhle Gertlude Ones her rosy cheeks cCoy Heleney xes ll ol 1e1 fr Ll l S Meyers Thelma C111 es he1 best ol luek to exeryo1e M1ller Ruth Donates her bflgllt ree1 skat1ng Slllt Murphy Mary VR11ls her Ir1sh temper Nesrnlth Bllly erlves h1s loxe ol cnoc 11 te mllk N111 Addle Leaxes her elea1 tone ol IOICL OHern Betty G11 es her w1nn1ng personahtw Pantalo Jacob W1lls h1s new car Patterson John W Beoueaths h1s pet savlngs Pc1xlox1ch Joseph Donates h1s re port eard Payesko Juha W1lls her speed lll lylllif Pegg Dorls Leax 5161 xntty remarks Pergalske Raymond Leax es h1s name on tne Sen1or roll of 1940 Perklns Geraldlne W1lls her plea mg smlles Petrosky Marguellte Le1Xei her 1111, brow n LQLS Pollak Katherme W1lls her C.OllLCt1OI'l of plctures of orchestra leaders Powell Pr1sc1lla Leax eS ner hablt of playmg 1n P D class Pukl Joseph Donates h1s neat appearance Pul1ce Ehzabeth Leaves her umque 1ntell gence Raymond Ralph W1lls h1s hab1t of sleepmg 1n class Razum Catherme C yes her good behaflor Reagan Rohna Leax es her n1o1n1ng chats Wlth Irene Regula John Bequeaths h1s oceas1onal Llfllllkllflg Rosenberger V1w1an Gladly g1V6S her unfimshed exam papers Rouell John W1lls h1s dlblll e for studymg Rubesne Madlyn Leaves her schoolg1rl complexlon Sablk Anna Donates her sunny d1spos1t1on Sablk Lucy W1lls her des1re to be a nurse Smolley Mary Leax es her good school reputat1on Steele Edna Mae Cnves her glggles Stefancln George W1lls h1s frlendhness Stelan1cPaul1ne GIVES her elficlency 1n bookkeepmg Strum Fred Leaxes h1s ledqlllg t3CtlCS Sucexac Cather 11e Wlllb ner sec11t seeretaual xxo1k Swaney Ruth C111 es her da1ly pa lx of chewung gum Thomas Edward Donates h1s des1re to oe xx 1th M 11x Wagner George W1lls h1s xx 1secracl1s Watson LOIS Bequeatns her Chafllllflg d1n1oles Whetstone Janet Vw1lls her H1Chl'1dID6, Y-Ie1ky W1ll1ams Hoyt ard 1 eax es 111s e mellent atnlet1c record W1lson W1ll1'1m Cn es h1s executne '1lJll1tW Worthlngton Robe1t Donates h1s oasketball aehlexements Wrabel Joseplune L aves ner cheerful gllli Wr1ght Duane Vkllls nls xt ay Wltll the x omen Yost Ruth Bequeaths llel mee Hgure Yurkclmc Anna Vkllls her graceful dancmg Zavatson Pauhne Leaves the honor to pay any debt she may have forgotten ' Vx 'V V, X V ' ' - ' 4 X V V, V ' V 'V ' .. 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ANNUAL STAFF PATROL SQUAD L FLYING FINGERS GIRLS CHORUS ' A TENNIS CLUB ORCHESTRA BAND AC-nvl'rlES-'- W 1-"ii Iffbx C fl This vs an example of the participation In the social an recreational actuvntues The Annual Staff Edltor nn Chnet Harriet Cornush Assistants Teddy Dletz Jesse Hess Dorothy Kronmclc Dorothy Hovanec oeroldnne Perlon Helen Grlttlth Mary Murphy Lucy Sablk Helen Fruhlnnger Ray Flsher Madlyn Rubesne Mary Srnolley Irene Kosco Mary Bedcllclq Anna Sobllq Mary Kushrna Pauline Stetanuc Ball Wulson Elizabeth Pulnce Jesse Elek Jack Greaves Mary Elias Kathryn Razurn Herbert Matthews Cathenne Sucevac STAFF MEMBERS ART STAFF Sensor Pncfures Class Wlll Class Hlstory Annual Stott Record Class Wall Class History Annual Stott Record Musical Actrvutues Club Reporter Class Will Class Calendar Faculty Wrute Up Class Calendar Class Prophecy Admunustratlon .npor s Sports Edntor Orchestra Actlvutues Orchestra Club Reporter Duane Wrntht Joseph Pavolovlch Lrnestlne Bu hner Ernll Kollar Business Managerfl3etty Darby ,. . . S . , 1 Julio Payeslco Senior Pictures C r I ' S . 'l Flrst Row Second Row Betty Darby Catherme Sucevac Madlyn Rubesne Irene Kosca HHTFISY Cornlsh Dorothy KTDDICK Catherlne Razum Mary Beddxck Mary EIIBS Lucy Sabrlx Mary Kushma NI y Murphy Geraldme Perkins Helen Fruhhnger Ernestxne Buehner Helen Griffith Anna Sab1k The annual staff was selected by Harr'et Cornish the editor In chief of the Eagle and apponntments confurmed by Mass Van Zandt staff advusor The purpose of the annual staff was to construct the annual In such a man ner as to preserve the memornes of our happy hugh school days Every student gladly devoted all has best ef forts and time In accompllshnng has task IH order to make the annual a great success Third Row Joseph L chnar Dorothy Hovanec ulla Payesko Elizabeth Pullce Paulxne Stefamc Mary Smalley Fourth Row Emll Kollar Ted DICIZ Jesse Hess Herbert Matthews Jesse Elek James Johnston mn! 6 G "H" IQAO Hn-pp Iliff qi 2 eff! I 40 9? Ex 441. ii Flrst Row fit to rmht M Csstolo Sponsor Bukovltz Gerkouch Lechnar Hess Susa Second Row Dletz Collms Wzlscn Yelemk Blerer Flemmng Prrst Rom left to r1ghL Rubesne Murphy Lumg ston Mlss Jaco sponsor Faye ko Buehner Adams Fruhlmger Steele Second Row Grub1s'1 Glover Barnhart Sablk Chlchvsak Beddlck Cormsh Wrabel Thlrd Row Nlx Baker Hovanec Pollak Razum imkus Vlaugello Rnsenberger Swaney Kusuma Fourth Row Allen Grlfflth Watson Kosco Mvors F1ILh Row Powell Mayhle Perkms Gallda Lowe Sucevac M llex Lowery ' ', ', ', Y r. , : ,. A ,V A . - - E VF- .. --- fegg, Stefanie. Hurlef. ' ' - Q if --4+ :E .1i- ' A V ' - ' 4 ..--:- -A of -. gg ...gr , . 1 - v . il: - O .. Th patrol squad was turst oraanazed sux years ago under the durectlon ot coach l-loward McKee Mr Costolo us now svon sor The m mb rs are chosen tor schnla shlp relxablluty trustworthunes and charac er 'lhelr dulles nc ud keeping ord r ll th halls bla ng chairs In the auditor um and talang tlrifets at enterta nrnents The patrol consists ot th rteen members seven wors J sse rl re l31llvVus n m s Jo n for e 1 4 n nore c cad a ns ar s dess an D t lhe Fly ng I lnqers ss a commerc al sua rvlsed by Mrs Margaret Jaco the con mercaal teacher lt was formed at to ty two sensors tal Ing second year shorthand Geraldnne Perlans who submitted the name tor the club was also elected presudervt by the members The other officers are Bertha Adams vlce president Ernestnne Buehner treasurer Mary Murphy assnstant treasurer l-lelen Grntfuth secretary and Julna Payesko assistant secretary The club holds nts meetungs every two weeks The members pay a small amount at du s each month With the and of Miss Jaco the members learned many rnterestlng things that wlll prove useful un the business world PATRCDL SQUAD FLYING FINGERS 37 e . ' ' ' c - I. . 1 I I - T , , s e e c s yt r- , , ' " , ' s f t . ' ' I E .I e ' e 'r .e' ' J Cl ' ' , ' Q, I I' l 'A , ',,,,. L E . . ' i i sexi e 1' ess, Lin Bie r, ' ' lo W Ja e If s. 1, T d Die'z, Jesse Elel, Joe Lechnar, luniors and one soohoe r . The oe. rt E K 3 Je se? J d Ted ie z, T , 4 L E' ' s 'Q 'club Ve ' , is ,' ,fm I I I' , , 2 f 2 f I , . e . HIITF zz.- -.za 1- n-v rx 1940 .ii 7- QT.. Fnst Row left to rlght Reagan Barnhart Franc7yk Perkm' Pollak Lowe LIYHIQSIOII OI-Iern M1l1er ' econd Row CHT95 T x rd Rovs Slpole Fourth Row Baden Flfth Row Payesko Pegg Sw aney Biker D M111er Byers Yeager Slsler Pettsh Thomas Wolfe McAn1nch Elsey Ventura Hoak So1t1s White Swaney Brownf1e1d Burke Fehx Barnglorno Nycum Franks Robmson Va1nde11 Betty B Couch Pantalo Barkley M1 Blown eff! Fnst Row Baker eft to r1ght4turm Nesmlth Lxsovutz Howanec Wrlght Hess Dletz betond Row Thomas Wagner Zavatson Du'f1e1d Fruhlmger Patterson Thlfd Row Hebb Wolfe Elsey Hagan McAn nch Johnston Fourth Row Edenfleld Greaves Regula Frank houser Grlfflth Watson Whetstone F1Ith Row Jenkms Steele Hovanec L Reed Pmovarchy Slxfh Row Gregory Mr D111s Blerer Hager The Gurls Chorus us under the durectuon of Mr Cluftord Brown Group I us com posed of forty three gurls three sopho mores and forty freshmen group ll f forty fuve gurls twelve senuors twenty jun uors twelve sophomores and one freshman The gurls un the latter group have had at least one year of sungung Mary Luvungston us the only gurl who has belonged for four years The chorus frequently broadcasts programs and appeared at assemblues n yaruous schools un the county The Gurls Chorus guves an opportunuty for organuzed fnusucal actuvuty ln thus or ganuzatuon an attempt us made to sung good musuc well The obuectuye of thus vocal or ganuzatuon us to create apprecuatuon of musuc The tennus club was organuzed un l924 by a former South Unuon Hugh School teacher the late Mr George B Luneberg After the death of Mr Luneberg M Dulls became club sponsor Under hus guudance ut ha grown steaduly both un num ber and un unterest There are thurty two members fufteen of whom are senuors ln addutuon to the class tournament the club also held a tournament wuth the Unuontown tennus club Jesse l-less acted as referee of the tournaments Gu I R L S CHORUS TENNIS C L U B 39 . , . . . 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S - - I 1 ORCHESTRA B A N D 40 The orchestra of South Unnon l-ltgh School organized IH the year approximately l9Z3 was under the durectnon of Herb rt Franks and Reed Crossland The orchestra now under the supervu slon of Mr Clifford Brown consnsts of for ty three members The students who make up the orchestra come from the freshman sophomore gunlor and sensor classes The orchestra meets the fourth peruod every Monday Wednesday and Friday The pur pose of It s to alve the boys and gurls an opportunlty to develop thenr muslcal talent th ouah partncupatlon an the playung of good music The orchestra ns a valuable asset to the school through nts numerous ap pearan es for assembly programs and pub Inc performances The South Union Band organized rn I937 IS dnrected by Mr Clrfford Brown It IS composed of forty hugh school students ten grade school puplls Wnllnam Wnlson drum major and two assistants Ray Con nor and Jack McClure Four majorettes wth aw accompanyvng twnrlung corps of twelve gurls fronn a part of the musica- troop The obj ctave of the musrcal body as to create appreclatuon through actual part: cupatuon In production of music Since thus IS the first year for the as snstant drum majors majorettes and twurl :ng corps It was necessary to have new un: forms and equlpment whach were purchased from the proceeds of the annual bond concerts ' 1 , , D c, 1 1 - 1 1. f 1 1 1 ' x . 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H. rl l'g, 'Z"., N' . V , V'. l l . ..J Assistant Drum lklajors-McClure, Connor. .E -Q 1-Till -' ---- V2 X - W - A V '- E 5 - E? Q-.E- , '24 ' f. V' I '- - ' -v- ,, , "iTl . 4 . , . ,L -- Y-E A 1'-" " 0 FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BASEBALL SNAPSHOTS ATHLETICS'- Q lfvx C 4 This ns on example of 0 strong ond healthy body cus o futtmg ottrnbute to on octave mmd VARSITY FOGTBALL nn-rl -J IQAO Bangl The South Union "Blue Devils," coached by Martin Fagler, started the sea- son with a victory, Sept. 8... Sr-pt, 15. . , S1-pt. 22 .,.. Sept. 28. . UCL. G, , .. OC Oct Nm Nm Ftrst Team House Moore Burks M it mctc Hagan Btertr M Edenf1e1d Regula Thomas Btse Rusuak Rttdstc Ct-11101' Nlttsou Gttrtutt me . 0 Vlllv . 14 town . , 0 lf ll CY! 'lI""'N 6 1 D th Ntuth N11 Utumt INF I Position Left End Left Ttckle Left Guwrd Ceutu RI ht Gutrd R1ght Tickle R1ght End Quarte1b1ck Left Half Right Half Fullback Smut h South South Smut h Smut lt South iout h South South Ultllbll.. ,. 0 Uttttun.. 0 Ut11t111.,, . 0 Untutt . 0 LT111a11, , , T U111tt11 U11to11 U111ott Uutou Second Team Edeuftcld Hollfmd Mthalkor V011c1ck Jttlx Kelh Hadala M1l181hO McCarthy Fttzsxmmons S Rusuak 1, 44 The South Unton grtdders won three, lost four artd tted two But as tt was the team was always ttahttng tor the good S U l-l S Coach Fagler and the rest of the football crew deserve a world at pratse tor thetr excellent work The cheerleaders Betty Ol-lern Wtlma l-lebb Jack Haney and Wendell Patterson dtd thetr best tn leadtng the cheertng sectton wtth all thetr power tor our team durtng deteat and vtctory the star performers leavtng the protec ttve wtng ot South Unton are Honse, Mavractc l-lagan Bterer, Regula Thomas Btse and Edentteld the Captatn ure 01 Pa 1 tot 1e1d1 Fust Rovs lnft to ttght Hftgm Mumcm R0g,ut1 Stcond Pow B11't Edeufteld Bttrer Holltud Rusutk Hnuse Ttutd Row onh M1Ku Smuh EClf'l'lf1L1d M h111c1 F117 stmmous Cotch Ftgltr urth Rm 5 111 lx IIIIX Ki tx Vt111Ll1 IXTOUII Flflll Rom C111 .Iu1xsr111 M ers S1tf1nc111 Htd'1l1 ,l,, 13.., ..Pt1i11L ILt'tlI1 . G .. . 6 ,. 27... ,.'1'1'11 tty .v,. 8 K ., ., U '. 3.,. . . 111 att' .... . tl .. 13 '. 10 .,.. . ' 7 .. . 0 I, 1' I- 'I' J ., ..,..., ,,.. . . .,.. ,. ., E. ' J , A .... .. .. .. - ' ..,.,,. .,,, , . . 1 ' , - I . I - ' ' 1 1 A 1 . . L , 1 I 1 1 I I ' l l ' Q' S G ....- Fi gh b' C H- gi ----- Pict t :gl 45. J. '11 Q112: 'Y :? Iflg. ' ' I in-:Q :E gg 'i.g: '- -.'--C .1 N ' . N . 1 1 ig .- L Y S :T T gi,--il Fo t"-I tts all, ICC: ' lj. -11 1 ". --.:i?- 0 - .ir 7 Charles B1se 'xrouud the end 111 Pomter game Lmdsey Bxerer Wfx.,1r,7 3 ,pp-""" .nw The 1939 Football Squad Drum Major W1ll1am W1lso11 Drum Mzuorettes Bettv Baker Ruth Fox Shlrlew Wh1te Qabma Arendosh South Umon Georges game Rus nak around left for fxrst and IGH ,W- vm fm raw' South Umou Georges gam new of large crovld at Georges s1ad1um Sabma Arendosh 45 A '-M xxx.. . K K g 1 ,M 'L 1 Uv' 1 1 HH -for 2? 1 1 1 11 ,. its of f 1 SZ?-E- .- f l 3 K Y Z ' .K ,V "u1 if use 1? 1 ,: or 1' , 1- v Q, - 1 ,, ,,. S. gif K Vg, ,J 17. fins' 2 W' ' Q-if 'Saw q ' 'L L ' a 'ixff W .gr if i 9 avg ff. 5-e Q S N Q. X Wi. 5 . M... f www f .y,,W., -1 ,fwfq , A. fa This year two ofthe regular South Union basketeers, "Amos" Kollar and "Popeye" Drews are graduating. During the season "Amos" played the center position and played it very well. "Popeye" was cast in the guard role and nary a better one in the county. So, Farewell! to these scrap- pers and to straw boss, Stefancin. Long will they be remembered. Plavcr Positron I oals I-ouls P s Srored Krxvnmr Forward C1r1llo Form xrd Kollar Center Drews Guard Rusnalc Guard Stefancm Substltute Moore Substrtute Svsaney Substltute Thompson Substxtute Basketball squad IS pictured mlddle of pnel on opposite pa e Ieadmg Frrst, Row Kollar Second Rov- Hadala Stcfancln Clrxllo Krwner Susa I'h1rd Row Coach McKee Rusnzk Swanev Coach Fa ler Fourth Rum Zajac Durkosh Drews Moore Kmg Bednar Futh Row Wl11ldmS Worthmgton Each year when spring rolls around the boys respond to Coach Marty Faglers call for baseball material South Unions first team was organized in l937 by Mar tin Fagler Since this time baseball has developed into a regular cog in the South Union machine of sports This year Lin Bierer, Curly Thomas and Minnie Edenfield are the Seniors participating in this sport Lin is ay ing centerfield last year he played right field Curly has switched from the out field to third base, but he plays either pos: tion equally well Minnie wasn t a regu lar member of the team last year but it wont be long until he will be behind the bat as a catcher Ezseball squad is plcturea on bottom of panel opposlte page readmg Fxrst Row left to right Kr1zner Rusnalr Hadala Second Rovi Bierer Juli Slelancm Gregory Thorras Thlrd Row Moore Mullen McCarthw Swanev Mehall Fourth Rom Co cn Fagler Jenklns Coich McKee BASKETBALL B A S E B A L L llllfl --J E IIIYY Q, fic IQAO "1 Y '- . 47 . -- ' I .' 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Y ,AV-A -Q Y "':j.:' - - O " CLASS PROPHECY I wIsh to relate to you a strange IncIdent tleat happened to me recently One evenIng I lay In bed readIng Charles DIcken s ChrIst mas Carol The account of Marley s after death vIsIt to hls partner was qulte InterestIng but I must have fallen asleep for I was rudely awakened by a strange beshackled man In quIrIng the whereabouts of Scrooge He was an annoyIng codger so I began to order hIm out when It occured to me that he was Marley the ghost that haunts Scrooge I told hIm he was SIX months early FeeIIng sorry for hIm I Invlted hIm In for tea After a very de IIghtfuI chat he offered me a trIp to the futcre whuch I enthusIastIcaIly accepted We st pped through the wIndow and soon appeared at the MetroplItan Opera House A poster stated that Senor EdenfIeId was slng Ing a duet that nIght wIth Madam SprInger I notIcea several famous people IoungIna In the lobby Mr Rozzell famous gun manu facturer and hIs frlend the test pIIot Mr Mahoney were engaged In conservatIon The BIerer and JImmy Hagan ballet coaches at N Y U taIkIng to two CI'lGf'I'TIII'1QIClCIIeS A Marley and I entered the theatre Maestro LISOWIIZ struck up the overture Balks Scrunch No 95 To my surprIse I noted JIm Johnson playIng a guItar Ed Karpus blowIng a sax JIm Kelley sawIng a vIolIn and Jack Greaves tootIng hIs trumpet They seemed to be plavlng some sort of game The audI erce threw thlngs at them and they trled to duck Marley was bored so we soon appeared at a radIo statIon GurglIng GertIe the GROP ING Gossnp lotherwIse known as Dot Ho vanecI was on the aIr We IIstened for a tIme FLASH Mary ElIaS and Irene Elnas SISISFS were marrIed today In a double weddIng FLASH Betty OHern and her husband returned from Europe today after a three month vacatIon In Italy FLASH La Belle La CornIsh edltor of La Belle FashIon Magaznne arrIved In town today wIth her DancIng Co ed Revue for o two week en 48 gagement at tne Roxy FLASH Those two men about town J W Patterson and Ralph Raymond were bounced and we do mean bounced out of a IOVOVIIG nnte club last nnght FLASH' FLASHI Kung Cralg KIng of the Hoboes arrIvecl at the Waldorf AstorIa Hotel today and reserved the BrIdal SuIte I I I Marley mumbled somethnng about dIZZy dames and a swIrIIng must sprInkled wIth flash Ing star enqulfed us When It cleared we were at the Theatre Guald In New York GIancIng around I had a pleasant surprIse for many of mv frIends were there Mangello and Mar garet a comedy team were busIly goIng over a radIo scrIpt VI Rosenberger my IOVOVIIC cow gIrI Inger was tryIng out a song on the pIano I was talkIng wIth Ken Connor carnI val owner and hIs chIef attractIon John CIpo lett snalfe tamer when Howdv WIllIams cur rent Broadway star came In ThIs seemed to be a sIgnal for the models from the AFTISI and Models snow to begIn USIHQ theIr cos metIc supply Ruth MIller Dons Pegg Ann were a f w of the models present I also a a chat wlth Rose Franczyk famed orator Emerson Ray FIsher and Albert EZZIG a theater managers had gone out They a gone to a movIe Marlev saId he was hungry so we made our appearance at the Secretary Cafe restaurant for secretarIes After orderlng I glan ed around and notIced Gertrude Mayhle Mary KIng and H lency McCoy seated near by Upon eaves droppIng I dIscovered that :dna Mae Steele and Ruth Swaney were now happnly marrued I made a second examIna tIon of the room and saw Anna SabIk Helen GrIffIth and PaulIne Stefamc seated at a cor ner table Mary Murphy the hostess drop ped by to say Hello We soon fInIshed our Beans a la If you can take It we can make It and we decIded to take a walk As we leIsurely strolled down a wde beautuful boulevard we passed the M,InIcIpal HospItal Nurses especIally Mary BeddIck Cecella Kmkus and Lucy SabIk flIt ' ' I I I . I C - - , . . A - ' 1 ll - - r , Il I . . . . ' I - 5 I - 5 '- . I . I - . I I U . I l ' . I ' b . I ' 11 - 11 - - . I . . I Q - ' U I I , I . . I A I - . . . . . -. . I e , V . S. I . , V Q . . I - . I. I I - I X I , I I E h 11 - . . I - , , . , ,, . . . . - I I 1 ' I - I ' I I latter also grows flowers. I observed Lin YurClInIC, POUIG ZGVOISOIW OVICI JUI PGYSSIQO ' ' , e . h d U ' .I ' ' ' . 5 , , . Bill - I , , II . . I I ' I ' h d I . . , ' . . I . A , 'l I I K II !I O I . I A I h, 9 ' I . I I I I I- . . - . . I fl I . . I - . ,, 1 . H I I - ' ' I . 11 11 I I . ' I ' ' ll . . ,, . . . ,I . , I I I I I - 11 I - - . . . - I ' ' I Il ' ll . . . . - - F ' I 1 T CLASS PROPHECY ted thnther and yon between different bulld :nas We also stopped to have a chat wnth Dr Puuce and Dr Whetstone We soon ar rlved at an lntersectlon and whale we were waltlng for the llght to change the former Mlsses Razum Sucevac and Pollack came up and greeted us with a cheery Hello Ma Iey sand he would stay and converse with the ladues so I hopped on a convennent cloud and rode to the Un ontown of the Future I soon discovered that the busnness was mono polnzed by S U Alumnn A very modernustnc servlce statuon was sntuated on my left A sngn flashed Jackson Service Statuon I dropped In and spoke to Chlef Mechanlcs Jake Pantalo and Joe Pavlovuch Leavlng there I next stopped In at the Kronlck Adver tlsung Company and had a talk wlth the three Ls Livingston Lowe and Lowery I was In terested to learn that their new slogan was Does you dog have D O ldoggy odor: If I glanced In the Yost Watson Beauty Parlor and saw Josephine Wrabel and June Lslley operatlng curllng machnnes As I neared the c nter of town the Kushrna Dress Shoppe came Into vlew along with the Reagan Interior Decorating Studlo Suddenly an attractuve sugn caught my eye It sand Watch your pennnes and well watch your dollars Irene Kosco and Dorothy Barnhart Tax Collect ors Crossing the street l saw Ernestnne Bu hner and Helen Chlchwak In a show wln dow demonstrating the art of dunklng a doughnut It was qulte educatlonal A I passed the various show windows l looked Into the stores and saw Ethel Glover Marguer :te Petrosky Barbara Grubssa and Marcella Hurley clerknng Marley came along and greeted me with a Hello kld as I was beung nnvsted unto the News Hawk by Herb Mat thews edltor We were Introduced to some of the staff Bob Frankhouser was a sport editor Duane Wrlght head artnst Miss Madeline Rubense wrote advice to the lovelorn and Bet ty Darby was a foreugn correspondent who had just wrntten an artxcle on the horrors of a Nazl concentratlon camp l learned some Interesting news from one of theur papers The Musses Nnx Powell and Gardner had been gnven a vote of apprecaatuon for their humans tartan work I read that Justun Honse had been admitted to the Bar All pictures In th paper were taken bv Mass Sue Gates cldentally A speclal news artlcle attracted my eye Mr Ted Dietz had presented plans for a new army bomb r to the Army Staff composed of John and James Fosbrnnk and Charles Buchhent From the sport page I dns covered that Bob Worthlngton was a coach G rry Perklns was heavy weight boxlng cham p on whsle Bull I-laney and Jack Haney were lght and feather w ight champions resoec tlvely I was rev-ved w th smellnng salts after I learned the o cupatlons of some of the fol towlng Bertha Adams was a proof reader for Margaret Mstchell Martha Belle Baker nurs ea leer back to health after each book Albert Bednar was the head of an accomodatlon formatnon Please Jesse Elek was a vuce presrdent hls vlce belng racketeering J sse Hess was a sand hog Emma and Emnl Kollar were pang pong Instructors George Stafencnn was a dog catcher James Meyers and Mary Smolley were teachers Harold Knescnner taught Englssh Joe Pukl dug post holes Law rence Thomas had a jewelry shop and B ll Wllson owned an electrnc company Lastly I asked Marley to whnsk me to the year 6939 A D when the Tame Capsule was to be opened He dad It and I appeared at the momentous occaslon As l arrlved a pompous Iookung gentleman was speaknng and so ladies and gentlemen the strange henroglyucs have been decnphered and much to our astonlshment the people of the Twentieth Century were an educated race The concentratnon of all their knowledge un the year l94O was a small place called South Unnon Hugh School But then somethung happened In fact It was the end I fell out of bed 49 1. - I I I I I I 1 9 r A I , ln' ' ll Il ' ' ' r ' ' . , ' . WI . 9 - I - H - - ll g - - . I . . Q I e. . - I ' I 1 ' C I - 4 ' , - u - . , . . I , . 1 I ' T ' - , ' 1 I ll I ' so use Puppy Wuppy Dog Soap." Going on, serviceg Joe Lechnar sent questions to "ln- , ' ll ' - I Q - I I V D . 1 . I . N- , I . . . . , - I ' - . If ' . - . - ' ' . I Q i P ' T I ' . D . . . - , T . ' ll - ll I ' I 1 U ' U I , - - . , I ' 11 - 'V ' i '-- 1 r - I 11 - 11 - I A I . - - - ll ll - . . ' Q 1 . I . J . . I t -H. 2 .. 4 I A I I S5 CZ FI CJ CJ l. CZ lk l.GE ll IJ lk I2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday l uesday Wednesday ll Thursday l2 Frlday Monday AUGUST School b QlI"Sl Everybody s happy lor lS he?l Shame on you sophomores for maklng fun of the freshles l-low dld you feel a year ago? Welcome to a new commerclal teacher Mlss Jaco Freshles haven t washed off all the llp rouge yet SEPTEMBER Bool s books books and more books And we don mean IH the llbrary Labor Dav No school A week has gone by for South Unlon Hlgh Mlss Van Zandt started passlng the waste basket Lost' SIX freshles' lf found please return to OTTICE lmme dlatelv Whlle other schools lust plck up thelr tools S U opens ITS football season by defeatlng Redstone 6 O Blole Monday Electlon Day No school We had a VISITOT today The VSITOF was Luddy s dog Everyone IS anxlously awaltlng the morrow for our TIFST home game The much awalted for day ended gloomlly for South Unlon entervllle l3 S Incredlble' Three weelfs of school have already gone bv l-le must have kept you out too lat last nlght Mlss Curstead Students the llbrary IS a place for learnlng not spoonlng Never knew we could have so many tests ln one day Masontown at S U Score O O Speaklng of football dld you know that Mr Clark was asslstant coach ln l924? Stlll hoarse from cheerlng Frlday lf you want to see some real gltterbugglng come at noon to Room l wlcere Katle P leads them all As usual Mlss Gllsan was seen wlth a lollypop German defeated S U IH a nlght game 9 O The malor ettes made thelr flrst appearance Llbrarlans are wlshlng that the students would go wlth the wlnd and qult asklng for Gone Wlth The Wlnd OCTOBER Senlor Class elects OLTICEFS Noon dance Allan D says that S U glrls can t lltterbug ls that so? Wonder lf Dot l-1 enloyed her rlde thls afternoon JUHIOFS select rlngs S U defeats Georges 7 6 Wonder lf Mr l-lamllton has ever been ln the army Flrst Senlor meetlng Chapel Program tomorrow' False Alarm' S U played at Pt Marlon Score 6 6 Swlng Band arganlzed Sensors have meetlng to select caps and gowns za-- Q '., " ' 29.. ' ' l 30-1 v' I . ' sl.. ' f ' . ' l.. C, W ' , 'l 4.. 4 l , 5.. ' ' . 6.. ' , H 7- I 4.4 . I I . . 1 . 86 - 1 . - . I . I I Q ll.. - . F lz.. ' . 2 ls.. " . 1' ' . l4.. ' ' " ' . 1 5--T - A . . . V c ' .. .u.o ls.. ' . - C , l9.. ., - ' , Q ' , ' . 2O- I . . . I . b ' zl.. 4 . . ZZ.. A AF- il . I 25.. ' - A' , ' ze.. . " ' , , 27.. " A l ' H. S ze.. , ,- ' - , 5 - . . . . - I . 2.. ' .' . 3.. , A E , ' ' H I 41 l 4 I I I I I In ' ' - ' 5.. ' ' . ' 6... . . -. 9.. ' . ' ' P ' lo..' - ' F . ' l3i1 , . ' . ' . -. le.. ' ' . ' ' Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frrday Monday Tuesday Wednesday l8 Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Wednesday Thursday Fruday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Wednesday SCHOOL CALENDAR Janet we got to chemrstry cla s on tame for a change Dr Jones presented the fnrst puctures of the year Freshman Get Acqualnted Party Game wnth Falrchance postponed Dot and Dee are In the market for a song Brrrl lts gettnng chnlly A group of students were locked up In Room l today and couldn t get out untnl the lanutor took down the door Teocners have a meetrng Pnty the cltlzenshup grades S U lose o nnght game to Trlnlty 8 O Flynng Flngers Club holds its flrst party Grade school masquerade parade through the htgh school NOVEMBER Many students went deer huntnng Some also went dear huntnng Sensors passrng name cards Fnrst appearance of the Twlrlnng Corps at the Dunbar game today Dunbar l 3 S U O Watch how you max those gases Lucy You mlght blow up the school Electron Day No school Semor Sweater l-lop Wlsh today were another electron day We need a day off after the Sweater l-lop Sob' Sob' N U defeatsS U 7 O Juniors try thelr hand at poetry Football team holds a skatnng party at the Unrontown Roller Rur-k A huge success Extra' Extra' l-lowdy Wllllams came to school minus has toothplcks Theme Day rolls around again S U School Parade over W M B S l-lelen Gruffuth was actually seen wlthout Loss Watson Joe Paxton s Orchestra presented a fnne concert Everyone s fasting for Turkey Day Frlclay 2'-l Thanksgiving vacation Tuesday 28 No school Teacher s lnstutute at State Theater Seniors have their pictures taken for the Annual Thursday Republicans are celebrating Thanksguvlng Day Friday Monday Tue day Wednesday Thursday Friday Monday Tuesday DECEMBER Contract for the publlcatlon of the Annual was signed Mass Jaco s typlng ll class begun making recnpe cabtnets Sensors began a magazlne selling campaugn Common exclamotron Darn these seats l pulled another run Mr Costolo declares that nf the Townsend Act were passed he could afford to have Marlnne Dietrich for a nurse S U plays a home game with Brownsvnlle Mr Boot became almost angry today Sophomores present two successful one act plays l7- , ' s ' . 19- J - ' . l ' 20- ' ' . l ll Il I I 4 I ' 24- , ' ' . 25? I . . . l I 26- 7 J 7 J we E 3 A 27- . , s ' ' ' - . 30- . . U . . Q 3l- ' . -P . I 11 Il 2- 7 F ' . . 3,-F . . , 6- . 5 . . . I . I 7- 7 .I . 8- ' . 9- ' ' . ' lO- . , . . J . . - . l3- ' ' . Tuesday l4-Another movie. finally. IS- 4 ' ' l6- , A ' I . ' ' I ' ' 17- l ' . l9-'. . . . . . 20- ' ' ' ' . 2l- , ' ' ' . 22- ' " . 23- . - . . . . h 27- X . ' ' , 29- ' ' ' . . I-t 4 . . t s 5- ' ' ' ' ' . 6- ' i . 7- f ' , . M U l . , . . l l-- . ' . l2- . - . Wednesday Thursday Frnday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frnday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frrday Monday Tuesday Thursday Fruday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frlday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frldoy Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday l3 SCHOOL CALENDAR Students begln wrut ng letters to Santa Mass Van Zandt was late today Was If the fault of the bad roads or her nnne year old Ford? Junlors have thelr tlrst party S U plays Brownsville Recuoe cabinets are now on display Flymg Fingers Club held nts Chrnstmas Party P D classes make a contrubutlon to the Fmnush Relief Fund Varsity hela a skatnng party Chrnstmas vacataon begins JANUARY l resolve I resolve I resolve How many have you broken? We come back to school today Mr Carbnn ns subststutrng for Mr Dulls who IS vacatlon Ing In the South The chemistry class made some hydrogen sulflde Whewl Keep those windows up The school stlll smells A number of students are absent since they are celebrating Russuan Christmas German plays at South Unlon Lets Slng Aga n presented by Dr Jones Freshman hold a card party S U plays Redstone Sensors are exchangmg puctures Mrs Howard orders some new lubrary books S U plays at Connellsvnlle ful Band Concert Mud year Exams and headaches yesterday today and to morrow S U played at Georges Wonder why Mr Boot IS absent today? Mr Dulls returns from has vacatnon nn the South Boo' Hoo' South Union lost to North Unuon Noon dance wrth .lrmmle Melvin furnishing the musuc Polucel Polsce' Pollce' No It Isnt a not just someone callnng for Bunny Pt Marlon played at South Unlon The lnbrary books have arruved and IS Lucy ever busy Neutrallty Natlons presented for benefit of the Annual Harriet dld a nlce yob of dancing Ralph R fell asleep nn Englnsh class and dreamed that Muss Van Zandt had purchased a l94O Packard FEBRUARY Safety pictures today Faculty IS defeated by Seniors Drd the ground hog see hns shadow? Annual Staff organrzed Mr Costolo as wearung a bug cold bluster Freshles present two fnne plays S U plays Mapletown Another pncture flnally Freshmen and Sophomore Skating Party at the Unlontown Roller Skating Rink l4- ' . S' . -I 51 . x V . r. A I l9- . . ' ' . 'I ' ' D . 20- ' ' . ' ' , 21- U I . , . . . . 22? . ' I ' . 2-- . . 3-H' 'D . . . . A . . . - 4- ' D ' . ' 5-- . ' . ' . 8Q I ' . . 9- l ' , IO-" ' t E " . . l l- . ' IZ- . . , ' ' ' . l 5- . ' , l6-- . . ' . Wednesday l7-German plays at S, U. Last performance of a most success- ls- ' - ' , , - ' l9--, . . l ' . T 22- . ' . . ' 23- T . ' l ' . 24- . . . . . . Q. A 25-,, . U , ' . .,, . . , . , . ' 26- . A F ' . 29- ' ' , ' l ll - - Il ' U 31- . . ' ' l l- ' . ' ' . . 2-M . A 4 . I A l . 5- . ' ' ' . 6- ' - ' . 7-. . . A , ' . 8- , Q ' ' Fruday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fruday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fruday Monday Wednesday Thursday 29 Fruday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fruday Monday Tuesday Wednesday l 3 Thursday l 4 Fruday Monday Tuesday SCHOOL CALENDAR Joe Paxton s Orchestra presents a concert for the Junuor Hugh School South bnuon plays at Redstone Thus us certaunly one Monday that usn t blue The sun us shunung brughtly and everyone seems gay Mr Fung gave an unterestung lecture on Chuna Connells vulle played at S U We got out early today because of the deep snow Band Concert us presented at Ben Franklun If you hear any queer nouses un the halls today don t be alarmed Its only the senuors pronouncung the short vowel sounds South Unuon was deteated at theur last home game by Georges Junuor and Senuor Skatung Party Gurls you mustn t guggle un P D class lt annoys the students and the teacher Whoopeel l-lurrah' and a za zu zaw' S U beat N U Rah' Rah' Rah' And dud we celebrate If anyone us wonderung where the ductuonarues are let hum ask the senuors The Magucuan Some students are memoruzung poetry today as a resu t of theur skuppung to go to North Unuon yesterday Our P D lesson wasnt dry today We duscussed the Luquor Problem Mr Costolo Sunce Cupud hasn t used hus arrow I ll have to use my gun A certaun lassue put Mr Boots Salesmanshup class unto hysterucs by a speech on her trup to Washungton tal though she was never therel Sunce thus day comes only once un four years so gurls get busy before the boys start leapung MARCH One of the P D classes turned out to be a square dance A fure drull whule we were changung classes A musucal event Senuors wrote conclusuons to Crustabel Muss Van Zandts cure for sleepuness worked out un Don Hager s case When he was told to run around thus buuldung a tume or two he stayed awake wuthout any duffuculty Betty O Hern us stull wautung for her name cards whuch were to be sent un November We re gettung two days off to catchup on our studyung lSaturday and Sundayl The Patrol System whuch has been temporaruly abandoned us resumed The thurd year Latun class was absent today She had a terrutuc headache Guess what' Mr Caurns got some moul today Bull Wulson has worn somethung green to school every day thus year Beware tne Ides ot March' We wonder uf Bull VV wore anythung green yesterday lSt Patrucks Dayl Muss Var Zandt advuses the chewung gum sallys to look un the m rror for tuve munutes . 9- V ,x W yi l . us- Q . 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Il I H Wednesday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frsday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frsday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frsday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frsday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Frsday Monday Tuesday Frsday 'vlonday Tuesday Frsday Sunday Thursday 9 SCHOOL CALENDAR Mr Costolo sasd that some people call appendages lsmbs when they should be callsng them twsgs Well' Well' Do tell' Holy Moses' Theres the last bell and school ss out .sntsl after Easter Gsrls are showsna off thesr Easter outfsts lf you re wastsng for somethsng excstsng to happen you re not the only one Psnky ss st sprsng fever or could st be love that makes you lske that? Kushma was caught sn the hall after three msnute bell Mr Costolo Come Mary let s go to the otfsce Mary Ts He He' l don t want to go APRIL Aprsl Fools Day and the Msnstrel ss presented under the very capable dsrectson of Mr Casrns Nothsng to wrste Dstto Dstto Whoop ' Somethsng happened Harry M wore a new tse to match hss hasr Who ss st now Madlyn7 For goodness sake' John Cspoletts came to school on tsme today Sophomores hold a tea dance Wow' Two P D Tests sn one day Thank heaven st ssn t Frsday the thsrteenth How you can tay around that candy and keep from get Mr Hamslton Hello thsn gsrl How are you? Anna Sabsk Oh thsn as ever' Julsa P got an A sn P D today She must not lske Garbo esther Howdy came to school at 3 20 and went home when Wsmpys bus left Hey Jesse' Keep those Confucsous says to yourself Fsnally the monotony ss broken Darby refrasned from prasssng Hstler sn P D class today Electson Day No school Bob Jackson says that when he gets marrsed hss wsll be a type of famsly We wonder? We found out today that Mr Franks played drums and traps sn the school band when he was a student at S U Well I ll be' Mary Smolley dsdn t take any books home today Dsd you get a look at J W s flashy socks? Alas and Alas' The last day of the month and only one month to go Boo' Hoo' Ssnce the calendar ss besng called sn we can only record the followsng scheduled dates MAY The Junsor Sensor Prom Tuesday 7 Grade School Musscal Event Sensor Banquet Sensor Play Baccalaureate Sermon Commencement ZW I 4 Il ' ll 2s- , . , . I ' 26--A ' - F ' M ' I ' . 27- , . sb.. . I , Zh . . . . l I . ' 2 - l ' ' , I- . , . . 2- ' R A . ' ' 3- ' . 4- ' . ' 5- s. . V A 4 . ' 23- ' ' , ' . 9- . ' ' ' so- ' . ss- A . . ' . ' s2- ' ' ' ' ' , l5- s - ting fat, Mary is beyond us. 16- , ' 1 " 3 ' ' . Ip- ' ' ' ll 'fl' ' h . V ' l8- 4 : . ' ' s9- - . ' " ' " . , 22- ' I , ' . ' 23- ' , A ' . ' M! 2 . I . . 25- . I . ' 26- , ' . J ' ' ' ' 29- ' ' . ' . 30- , l ' 3- ' - ' . , 6- 3 - ' . I4- ' . ' s7- ' . se- . 23- . 70 Qwwz .C4c!o.:'zfL5e'z4 Cvxl lf' wntlnouf ut Tbls book would not have been possible We feel thot cooperotlon between the school ond the busuness mon IS necessary for the welfare of the comrnunnty XNe hope thot the odvertusers wall not feel 'rlwol Tlfweur contrlbuTIons'roTl'1ls book wlll go unreworded axial fs l , W Q - I ' WEXLDX VILIFU r 'lx A if 'A4'7 . X 1 'ff 'L X-xg We oppreciote your cooperotlong undoubtly, r ni' ' lax: 3,71 " Q-.pf gf Jmefzfez 1 CONGRATULATIONS you t ASS OF l9 uth Un on ownshup Scho , e fo Frrst Because of your successful completron of your requ red school work Second Because of your good fortune rn rece vlng both cultural and voca tlonal tralnlng to flt you for a fuller lnfe Thlrd Because you were wrse enough to choose parents luvlng In the Land of the Free under the protection of the Stars and Stripes Fourth Because we belreve that you are apprec atuve of the opportunrtues and advantages that vou leave enyoyed and that you will fee' a deep responslblllty to preserve the Cnvll Rights of the boys and gurls of future classes Next you wlll be Freshmen an the School of Experxence with the world your classroom and a llfetrrne of tudy before you We enter the plcture here because we belle-ve that nowhere else can you learn the meannng and practuce of Thrift so easnly and so atrsfactornly as here where we take pride nn nnaklng the mon y you spend go farther In buylng beauty style convenuence value and lastrng satlsfa tuon In addltron to all that you buy Metzler s Glves You Discount Stamps Saving ZVZM On What You Spend O O , I 'ZL - to , he Cl. 40, So i T ' High ol ar four- ld: FD 1940 HARRY W ALTMAN Reg Architect 3C6 Fayette Tltle G Trust B dg UNIONTOWN PA EMMA BOOST SHOP 38 Morgantown St COATS SUITS DRESSES LINGERIE HOSE AND MILLINERY Class studying wenghts and measures Mrs Snlbaugh What does milk come ln? Mrs Sllbaugh What else? Norma M Squlrts RECIPROCITY Iln BuslnesSI Means I II patronaze you You Patronlze COLDREN S DRUG STORE IFayette and Mt Vernon Ave I-Ias Done It s Part WIII You Do Yours? I I-IANKS Flowers For Every Occasion BARTON S FLOWER SHOP J W WI-IITE Mgr WeDeluver I9 Morgantown St Phone 475 o-O-o 73 ' I I , X I I ' 0 WI i ' I , I ' ' ' 1 ' I I o-O-o I Cy June L.: "Pints." I 1 i - I X IF ' Me. I . . , . O-o--O . .I ' , ' O-o-O UBL WL-L li! X QlThe Perfect V6 G: for Kd S!! Graduation I Wg 4 yi Igoznsss JEWELS XX! of me W sv Jewels If QMMS WS H NTS JEWEL Y STORE JOHN s Lutz Mgr 7 W Mann St Umontown Pa An oyster met on oyster And they were oyster two Two oysters met two oysters And they were oysters too Four oysters met o pmt of mulk And they were oyster stew PEOPLE S CLOTHING CO MUNDEI. BROS Owners Complete Outfitters for Men Women and Children Eoslest C red I t Terms PHONE T327 56 W Mom St Umontown, Po NOTE the DIFFERENCE TONE OF TRADITION Gulbf ansen sfudio Console Pianos FREDERICK'S MUSIC STORE 6I W. Mann St. Phone 86 o o 2?i5i5E5i3Q.f.. . .-,4 2li555fg""i. ' "' ik U ' R N I ' t M- ii 7940 OOo SAUERS Across From The Store STUDENT CLOTHING OOO CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 40 I I PEOPIES FURNITURE co EHHI ELOORS OF QUALITY FURNITURE DEDICATED TO BETTER LIVING Justm How do you spell fInOrIcIOIIy9 Dot F I N A N C I A L L Y ond there are two R s In emborrossed ALPHA FLORIST MemberofF T D Corsages at Reasonable Prices CORNER BEESON BLVD AND SOUTH ST Telephone 287 OOO ALWAYS SOMETHING NEVV S J MICHAEL S Infants and Chlldrens Shop 55 South GOIIOTIr1 Ave UNIONTOWN, PA Phone I65I FROM BIRTH TO I6 YEARS O O O I ' 1 . 41, by Ii? IW. . . P-'I-I-I f,.....5m. In. , uI..Qmw,. . P. N S , ' ,, . - 11 - ll ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' A T T -T 1 . . . M R . J . -T I 1 - 1 GREAVES FAY MOR SERVICE STATION Cor Morgantown and Fayette Sts UNIONTOWN PA Phone 9889 COMPLIMENTS OF E J DUTCH GRILLE Morgantown at Maln St o-O o We Serve BREAKFAST LUNCH and EVENING DINNERS Sandwich and Soda Fountaln Servnce o-O o For Delivery Service Call 664 The book sand In the year I 47 48 potatoes torrned the sole food ot the Irlsh peasantry Dee read In the year IQ47 48 potatoes formed the sole food of the 'rush peosantry FOR THE GRADUATE A DIAMOND or a RELIABLE WRIST or POCKET WATCH The House of Fme Jewelry J W NICHOLS Jeweler and Optornetwst Fayette Title Er Trust Bldg 44 W Mann St FREEMAN S Smart Shoes for Women 36 W Mann St Uniontown oOo Congratulatnons to the Class of I 40 oOo Shoes Complete the Ensemble Purses and Hose to Match O O o-O-o T H . C1 I. o-O-o ' ' ' 8 - . I . ' . ' , Pa. o-O-o , 9 . 6 ' ' t 7940 LUMBERS BUILDERS SUPPLIES MILL WORK ot Extro Quollty without extro cost oOo AS EGGERS SO E FAYETTE ST PI-IONE 2807 UNIONTOWN PR Etrst Boo Constructor Esrst you eot o robbxt ond now you eot o dog Second Boo Constructor I hove to hove o choser don t I? G A T E S fr C L A R K GENERAL INSURANCE THOMPSON RUPY BUILDING UNIONIOWN PA o O o o N E 2 PAUL E LJATES PLAYFORD BOYLE I I CH . F. CO, f1Why?ll - PI-I 25 oOo U N I O N S U P P L Y G XfVhere Honest Voiues Meet The Eomnly s Every Need EXTENDS ITS HARDIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE A S S T 9 MAY YOU ENJOY '-IEALTI-I HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY Grocer These eggs were flown here by our monl J W Potterson Another doy ond they could hove Hown themseives oOo FAMED EOR ITS GOODNESS HAGAN ICE CREAM CO oOo O O C CLI OF 40 o-O-o 1940 CHECKED AND DOUBLE CHECKED The Amerlcan Assocuatuon of Commercnal Colleges has approved our courses teachers and equupment The State Committee on Standards for prlvate business schools In spe ted our school and approved It YOUR HIGH SCHOOL WAS ACCREDITED WHY NOT SELECT AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS SCHOOL? Hugh school graduates Academic and commercial wall be wnse to lnvestlgate the buslness field with Its opportunntles before selectlng thelr next school SUMMER TERM JUNE 310 FROM 830 TO 100 May we explaln why It wlll pay you to begm your tralnlng wlth the Summer Term Instead of waltlng for the Fall Term M M FLEMMING Fayette Tltle 5' Trust Bldg Uniontown Pa Bunny ls my mouth open wade enough doctor? Dentist lt certainly IS I shall stand outside however LOUCK S HARDWARE COMPANY Complete Lune of HBWY U LE D Ofx sERv1cE Comblnrng In our new location the FARM MACHINERY N T 0 N A Grass and Garden Seeds DuPont HOSTETLER BEAUTY sERvlcE House "mfs and Enamels o lO South Beeson Avenue Phone 33 J CECYLE M HOSTETLER ProD UNIONTOWN, PA Agents for Aladdln Lamps an Parts Three Large Stores Uniontown Connellsvllle Scottdale PHONE l42 OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL so - ND l , fy I ' , Cl OOO COMPUMENTS OF PENN STATE THEATRES Fayette County s Leading Entertainment OOO L ltO Cle k Wn t OOO 696 INAS DRESS SHOPPE Vi LSECK S Dresses Lingerie and T A I L 0 R I N G Accessornes 7 W st M sf eet CLEANERS AND DYERS UNIONTOWN PA OOO so 0 , . . Bob . clerlqli "l want O pillow Case, please' r 1 " a size, sir? BOO1 "Why-er4l'm nOt sure, but l take a 675 nat." Phone 1 1 I l 5 e ain r - 19 0 "Q, T 'qv ,1- o-O-o Build Your New Home South Uniontown SMART shoes AREFORD BROS FOR SMART Dkssszks TOWWSP BOSTON SHOE STORE WJDYER OOO '53 W Mann Street Inscription on gravestone erected by wldow to husband Rest In Peace Until We Meet Agann OOO To the Class of 1940 N KAUFMAN S Uniontown s Best Store o O o Eat Baker Bars Farmington Mllk Chocolate Over 3 Ounces or we li em h e 3 SOLD AT ALL RETAIL STORES FAYETTE CANDY and CIGAR CO Dlstrnbutors 34 36 Chu ch St Phone 513 Uniontown Pa Nr: ".' fjf ' ln L 5 f 52 . fm Cong ratulatlons X . I OOO ON E STOP LDING SERV PLANS MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION FINANCING HANKINS PAULSON OOO C C O O O COMPLIMENTS OE F E THE QUALITY STORE UNION TRUST BUILDING PHONE 478 UNIONIOWN PA OOO so 0 I I T I I I3 U I I C E l I I Mr. Ostoloi "When were yOU born?" I-Iowdyp "Second of April." Mr, OSIOIO: "Lore again." I L . L E E L L 7940 OOO woon s soon STORE W H I T E ARLEIGH E SOUTH FLOWER SHOP Largest and Most Complete Book Store nn Western Penna Flowers For OCCCISIOHS Open Every Evening Untll 'II Come In and get acquainted PHONE 3616 J want to meet you whether you buy or not UNIONTOWN PA PHONE 890 O O O 65 W Mann St Uniontown Martha Belle B Have I the pleasant expression you require? Photographer Yes mam Anna Oh that s where a thought struck me oOo OOO SMART FOOTWEAR COMP'-IMENTS QF CAMPUS KIX TURNER AUTOMOBILE FOR COMPANY E FAYETTE STREET Campbell Hathaway Co UMONTOWN PA UNIONTOWN A PACKARD CARS OOO oOo T ' I I , ' ' , we , . ' ' . . , Pa I H - - u D n 11 . , . . ll I ll . , . , . ' n , P . MPI MENTS SEARIGHT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDEST IN PAYE TTE COUNTY ALBERT E SESLER EDW W MCSHANE Comer Mom QT ond Beeson Blvd PHONE 3240 UNIONTOWN PA m l-lere s o bracelet lt once belonged to o mnlluoncnre Marge What wos his name? Lm Woolworth COMPLIMENTS To The COACHING STAFF O O C O - I O F .1 - 11 , . L4 I 11 1 - r - 11 . 11 - 11 - A 11 11 7940 THE CROFT STUDIO Extends congratulations to the CLASS OF I 940 We also wlsh to thank each member of the class for the patronage ex tended to our studio Very truly yours GEORGE A CROF oOo WALLACE MILLER AND BROS HEADQUARTERS FOR Elgun Hamilton Bulova and Gruen Watches oOo Barber Do you want a hair Jack G I want them all cut Barber Any partlcular way Jac Yes t cut? ELLIS MUSIC STORE 29 Morgantown Street KIMBALL PIANOS See all the new styles and models THINGS MUSICAL All the Late Popular Records Phone 44 Unlontown P oOo M O S E R S ICE CREAM NUTS CANDY js BEESON BOULEVARD UNIONTOWN PA oOo o - I I 1 'I' . I. l ll - 11 H 11 11 , 11 - 11 lc " Of " , I . 11 11 , . , a. LICENSED CLEAN ER SANITUNE COMPLIMENTS OF DYERS LCLEANERS SANITIINE PLANT South Mt Vernon Ave PHONE 3500 STORE W Mom Street Unnontown Po Jesse My hour IS full of electrlcsty It should be It s connected to o dry cell Lucy Whot ns thot bump on your forehead? Anno Oh thot s where o thought struck me fEUll11fwR" SEE THESE SENSATIONAL NEW TYPEWRITERS gwwwwf-R ee' Q' 51.356302 'Sky 'hos 44' M X awww sf oo portable w1th Floatmg Shxft the all complete rnachme at ILS best the only D U L A N E Y S 30 Morgantown St Uniontown Po o O o COMPLIMENTS OF CLU LUMBER CO YARDS UN IONTOWN AND FAIRBANKS oOo ' I I 11 V - - - 11 - I 1 1 1 I 1 Bl ll . . . A 1 1 . 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 . , . P9 l ' ' -:1Q"':f:1:-.. O C S S A -. Q 0 .-:2:1:1:2:1:5Ii1:-:58411:-1 -- F1 '1-E:Q:2:E:y'1'-531112,'.-'Lg' 1 ,- fl . 5 it-2 .- 5259":':-:gfQ5gi'1:i:Q:1.g54A tzfzigf. me-.,, .4"97"'?y "gT'717!g.,.Qgi1-1-.,. 'fivifz-' Zf:g.g4."" . "' J77,Figs,""'lg,.,13115:fZf2f.,,1""522121,-.5.' '.'r2g122EI-I:2:2:5:EE19Q:-.- .4 .,,.,. G... , , .fc-,....42 ,. , "5SE2:g.Q,g-' 13agg2g1'4,:j 1 ' Eff::7:fi'7':f - d.3g1:"' - l'5Ei:5Z-:-:5f?fE2f71fZ- 51' '12 I . - ' 1 - ,-:-:-.:.5.5.g.i.1-1-:iz-:g ,. . N' '-ia:5:g32'11-e:f..::2:2:z:2z:2:2:z:eff 51- ' maj- - t '-1,551-v,-. .,3:::3:1:3:gE,.3"-- 1 . A - ,.::EEE3EfEQEQ252323"' - - "- -. 112.5-z-:-. ..., i' ' 531. ., '--321214: -.5:T" - . 1 - - . , . 7940 o O o COMPLIMENTS OF BRATTON S IQQWESTMAIN Where Mother Does The Cooking oOo COMPLIMENTS e0NAPo xgslgl 7Q01W'ff1 H WEST MAIN STREET UNIONTOWN PA Mary What ns the best method Insects? Herb Dont bnte the Insects to prevent disease caused by butung oOo BOOK S SHOE STORE FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY Established In 1903 34 W Mann St Uniontown Pa oOo BUD INTRODUCES HOT STUFF FOR STUDENTS When It s new youll fund It at Buds Fnrst snappy smart style rn sults sports coats pants sweaters soort shirts are shown At Bud s Popular Money Saving Prices Prevall At All Tlrnes B U D S I4 W Mann St Unnontown P OF I sr U 2 f' --L U l ll - ' ' ' ' Il h I1 I ' - ll I 1 . . . I I I I ' I . . I . I I . ' . ' , a. fc? DRUGS Photographic Supplies Whutmans Candles CENTRAL DRUG S T 0 R E uwlorsltoww PA MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH USED CARS WHITE AND INDIANA TRUCKS 73 East Fayette Street Phone 793 UNIONTOWN G M G'EASON Mgr Letter to Edntor Herb Please read enclosed poem and return soon as l have ther Irons In the ture Reply Dear Snr Remove Irons Insert poem WEAR G E T T Y S CHARACTER FOOTWEAR COMPLIMENTS or AND KNOW YOU ARE CUHEN FURNITURE INTUITIVELY CORRECT UNIIONTOWN CHARLEROI WMBS EVERY SUNDAY 30 P Oo-O ST YLE 'ln ter Footve and h QJTIOHCII Bank Build NIONTOWN PA ' ' , PA. FQ . . L , , 2 , O O-oe-O I ' 5 ' W - IN TUNE IN ' I-lb I 'J' ' 11 , M. ' ll , ff A r v v vp' ' 5 1940 FAYETTE CHEVROLET CO 260 E Foyette St UNIONTOWN PA Where You Gel' More For Your Used Car FOR LONG AND COMFORTABLE WEAR HAVE YOUR SHOES HALF SOLED MODERN SHOE REPAIRING CO 162 West Mo n Street Phone 631 Umontown P Mr Reutz Ed define o circle Ed A Clrcle IS o round strought llne with o hole In the rnaddle oOo FRESH MADE ICE CRE M Home Mode Condles 'vmus A Tlmmerman Cf oOo COMPLETE LINE OF GIF FOR THE GRADUATE teoturlng BULOVA HAMILTON ELGI N WATCHES BAILY Cr HOLLAND J EWELE RS 39 W Mann St Un ontown Po Phone L7 oOo O-o-O o-O-o I ' , o. o-O-o O-o-O TS A . d 'II t -tot n St. .3 . ' . E , " AUTOGRAPHS Engraving by Canion Engraving Co. Priniing and Binding bv Little Printing Co


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