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

 - Class of 1944

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These twelve years are necessary not because the schools have so' much more information to impart, but because they are the best means of teaching the student to discriminate and to evaluate, For without this teaching, political "mobstering" will form the minds of our children, and in so doing destroy whatever capacity is within them for democratic think- ing. We, being graduated from Uniontown Senior High school, as insig- nificant as we may seem, must form, along with graduates of other high schools the nation over, the bulwark with which to meet open-mindedly this problem. We can adapt students to this world, we have been doing it' for some time. We can consciously and deliberately make our schools more vital and creative, to the end that our children go beyond today's confusion and un- derstand it better than we do ourselves. This course, being difficult, is the way of heartbreak and of tears. lt may well produce humane and thoughtful adults who, dissatisfied with the life they see, will want to better it. It is a challenge for you and me, the youth of America, to face for the sake of humanity, the preservation of all civilization. three DEDl!3Il'l'IUIl His untiring efforts in helping Mr. Mosier run the affairs of the school has given our assistant principal a permanent place in our hearts. Because of his sense of humor which is never stale, he is able to combine work with a little fun quite skillfully. Possessing an unlimited amount of energy he dashes in and out of classrooms "putting the finger" on students guilty of skipping classes and handles their punishment with diplomacy. He is a man to whom no problem is too great or too insignificant to discuss. Most soph- omores fear him from their first visit to his office, juniors soon respect him, but we seniors have learned to understand and love him. To this man- cordial, fun-loving Mr. John H. Dunn, undaunted by the problems we pre- sent, the class of '44 devotedly dedicates this book in hope that it will convey to him the high esteem and respect with which he is held. four JOHN H. DUNN Assistant Principal of Uniontown Senior High School I 1: '1' Q01 s'rUU':3 E x x -1 Q Q 5' . 5 x 'ES 1 ' 5 5 , QM X 1 0 1. x - 1.5, s 4-5-Q' ' 5 QS N .Pvhb-1 i -s QW: " N 5 mg?-QQ? 9 "Q-Nl"'s. N Mbqftbwi '111"""ib"4' ,V 'ff ,Il ' N-NN-.. 1 ' .,,q1.:.gy- - .M 3, S bsmgfffiffzzggy 051 1111l1111fQz. gtk, ug, 5 3 sbN' -1... N. 1 , Um., . , 3.33. 112 -fix.-f - . 0 ., 11111111 ""' ' 111.11 au 1111111!1l14',"n S , x 3 0. ' ... . , 11:5---..:., 1 n ,,1:1:1,Zj2Zi71..,," N, N1... ' "IQ '00, N .2 1. !lQ1Q1Qh11, All 1 " ' NQSSNQ1 I 1111: gf-S, A. 1 1N..., I 11 111f11..,,,.Q:Q' 1 Z A I 5 J 1, , III, 41, . 111.1 , .. 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MOSIER Principal Uniontown Senior High School 'WF f . I"-.Swv - f icn DR. J. NELSON MOWLS Superintendent of Schools Uniontown, Pennsylvania X I Q . - N . .WT ,Q 1 I W. ly, M-V 5 , . . L, NK A, I , ff5if5 f 3 55, 7 l wx, I MEX, 1523... w - .... 1 A ? - A M- . , - b 1, 5 5 . g' f 2- 'X 2 S-2 if N5 2 u f: f f' ff A. , '3 Q' as 41" 'A .. Q Y f li' . X lYJ.',J "' vp ' X W if X 4, xg? ,Nik 3 If Y X X f 1 iv A A N 7 f Y 9 ..-- ,fir Hs - 11,1 1 cs, T K QF .. ' ' k 'WI 14.1.5 km Ai x 1 .. Fx- I , I ,Q we . 0 :fig 3 Q H2 , 1: if Q KM M M11 ' Qi, f , Qs' if ,I 1 f V, 5 "',E:'... S Q. u Lx A f :ji H , fl , x13 I fx 4 A Y1. QQ 5 ff Tw A - fi, Wa' I Here at U. H. S ..... Rather tranquilly, with little fanfare, our high school has built and grown and dreamed for thirty-three long years. From mere ideas and sketch- es of o high school it has grown to the stature of o man with ideals, yefl one who has his feet firmly planted in rich and enduring tradition This U. H. S. tradition is, perhaps, not entirely founded on places, things or achievements so much as the personalities which have enriched its being and inspired the ideals whichgwe recognize in our more modern high schools of today. Y S Abounding in local habits of obscure origin, our students lead a life entirely their own, often perplexing the more adult bystander. Hilarious laughter, jitterbuging, mass millions to "Hagan's" confuse and amuse our townspeople alike. Perhaps previous generations of students, like us, sat on the senior bench wondering where to move next. Perhaps they too thought their par- ticular class the best to pass through the academic portals of Uniontown Senior High School. Though some of their customs were dissimilar to ours, a common bond of loyalty and deep affection for U. H. S. has bound classes together for these thirty-three years and undoubtedly for the future as well. twelve T' gg, as ,uuxuno I Y 'Sufi lun MY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NA-r ol-JAL. Houol SOCIFTT 11 The National Honor Society is one of the out- standing groups of our school. lt is the dream ot every sophomore and junior to be taken into this organization. These boys and girls have really earned their small gold pins they so proudly dis- play. An average of 85 or above in all subjects, unusual leadership and good citizenship are only a few of the qualities of the members. They are looked upon with admiration and respect by every student. Under the capable leadership of Rodney D. Mosier, our principal, these students have made great contributions to the lite of the school. This society is not just a local group but, as the name implies, it is nationwide, lt is truly an accomplish- ment for a student to gain recognition in such an organization. fozlrfzff ll 4 '1 ' lllmz' flf IH: jfmffw 1 ff I . . f ' f mmf ff' ffm' wjvravflv fm 111,11 ff J Y 7 Q I nm' mlfzun 1111f1111n1l'l.'w nzflf 1 X r r1H1fjH.Nf:41 yin mf. , "I':g.cm:' '- Y .1 w.1,,.m,-+:- Q.,-1.-L. 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Q I 1 . 2 Clarence Wallace Abel Wally Classical Alpha Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Senior High News 2, 3. 45 Editor 4: Dramatic Club 2: Creative Writing 2, 3, 4: Outside Patrol 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Masque and Script 3: Color Guard 3. 4: Minstrel 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Debating Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Little Theater Guild 43 Der Deutsche Verein 4: Societas Latina 4: Senior Play. X Sa P. Rbano Sam K mercial Business s tba , 4: Beta Hi-Y 3. 4: Chess ' 4: K . President 4. Josephine Gloria Altomonte Jay General Recreation Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: H. R. Treasurer 2: Nature Club 4. Kathryn Marie Andrews Honey General H. R.. Secretary 2, 3: Cheerleaders Club 2: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Marilyn Ruth Arndt MIT! Classical Latin Club 2: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: H. R. Secretary 4: Spanish Club 4. Marion Joseph Balawender Mi!!! General H. R. Treasurer 2: Slide Rule Club 4. Susan Catherine Adamik Sue Commercial Clerical Little Theater Guild 4. John Thomas Allen Jack Academic Rifle Club 2: French Club 3: Gamma Hi- Y 3. 4: Senior Play. Frank Stephen Alton Frankie Commercial Business Operetta Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3. Ralph Raymond Apicella Dick General Dori Jane Asendorf Do Dee Societas tina 5 Pennsylvania Club 3: Le Ce e ' '4: Little Theater Gui'l 1 Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 H. R, Secretary 2. Allan I-I. Barasch Tnsh Classical Sophomore Dramatic Club 2: H. R. Presi- dent 2: 4-One Act Plays 2, 3: Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Debating Team 2: Senior High News Staff 2, 3, 4: Bella Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Masque and Script Club 33 Little Theater Guild 4: Senior Play. szxteen X Beulah Irene Barnthouse Boot Classical Chorus Operetta v ' t rl-Hi-Y 2. 3, : Mixed Ch rus 3: Glee lu 3, 4: Senior ta!! 3, 4: Minstrel 3, 4: onal Honor Society 3, 4. Mercedes J. Basile Merce Commercial Secretarial I-l R. Usher 4. Virginia Adell. Beal Pee Wee General Knitting Club 2: Glee Club 2, 4: Latin Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4. Mary Frances Bonchosky Shorty Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2, 3: H. R.. Usher 2, 3: Nature Club 4. Laura Margaret Boulos Laura General Cheerleaders Club 2, 3, 4: Gamma Tr1-Hi- Y 2, 3, 4: Varsity Cheerleader 4: H. R. Vice-President 2: H. R. Secretary 3. Mary Ann Brlnza Mary General. Cheerleaders Club 2: Nature Club 45 Hos- Dital Aids in High School 4. James A. Bartley Biff General Football 2, 3, 4: Boxing Club 2: Basketball 3, 4: Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Track 3. 4. Ernest W. Bayus Ernie Technical Le Cercle Francais 2, 3: Chess Club 4: Slide Rule Club 4. Sara Blerer Sally Classical Sophomore Dramatic Club 23 Senior High News Staff 2, 3. 4: Masque and Script 3: Spanish Club 3: 4 One-Act Plays 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Chemistry Club 4. Margaret Louise Bottomley Peggy General Charles Edmund Boyle, Jr. Charlie Classical Senior High News Staff 2, 3, 4: Editor 49 Sophomore Dramatic Club 2: One-Act Plays 2, 3: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Usher: Masque and Script 3: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Student Senate President 4: Spanish Club 4: Creative Writing 4: Little Theater Guild 4: National Honor Society. Eva Brown Eve Home Economics H. R. Treasurer 2: Inside Patrol 3: Recre- ation Club 23 Nature Club 4. s1've'ntf'c'n William Edward Brown . gl Brownie fl H. R. Treasurer 2: H. R. President 3, 4: Communications Club 3: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: H. R.. Vice-President 4: Slide Rule Club 4. Nancy Lee Bumgardner Nancy Lee Commercial Secretarial Beta. Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3 4: Nature Club 2: Dramatic Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: Usher for 4 One-act plays 2: H. R. President 3. Donald L. Burrie Don Technical Communications Club 3: Slide Rule Club 3: Band 2. 3, 4: Chess Club 4: Gamma Hi-Y 4. , .ffl Leu F. Callafhlrix' Bud ' 1.11 JA 1 ' A' Commercial H. R. Treasurer 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Vice-President 3: Track 3: Slide Rule Club 4: H. R. Usher 4. 1 1 Eleanore Jean Campoli J' Jeanie Mm emu rsyefesanm J vvneeimg High Qylrool 25 Alpha Tri-H-Y 3, 4: Dramatic"C'lub 37'4: H. R. Vice-Pres- ident 3: Glee Club 4: National Honor SOCK-RLY. Thelma Jo-Ann Carlpw Babe Commercial Clerical Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 25 Cheerleaders Club 2, 33 Nature Club 2: H. R. President 3 4: Varsity Cheer- leader 4. William Joseph Budner Buff General Football 2, 3, 4: Homeroom President 3. Dorothy Jean Burian Dorothy Joan Commercial Secretarial cheerleaders club 2, Gamma -rn-1-ri-Y 1, 4:vInside"P4t!0l'3:'4. , i Leah Marie Callaghan Lelll General. Sophomore Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Pennsylvania Club 3: Glee Club 4: H. R. Usher 4. Mary Patricia Campbell PM Commercial Secretarial. Bird Club 2: Gamma. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cheerleaders Club 2, 3: Varsity Cheer- leader 4. Rosemary Canton Mooch Commercial Clerical Bird Club 2: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 4. Joseph Michael. Cassinotti Joe General H. R. President 2: Annual Staff 4. vzgh teen , ff John William Cassler Banana lhony ll ll! Classical S! C lasiqol Band 2, 3, 4: Sr. Class Treasurer 4: H. R. Lati Club 2: Sld e Olub 3. 4: NR- Treasurer 4: National Honor Society. t' clety 3, 4: Gamma Hi-Y e ub 4: Chemistry Club 4. lf!!! iff f fr' X ,I Jean Chamb If J .- ' I . I 3 nerplf W I! e 'ders C'lu 3, M fffll. Usher 2, 3: Nature Club : Irfslde Patrol 4. Roy Tilhman Chuck RCU Technical Beta Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Inside Patrol 2: Home- room Secretary 2, 3: H. R. Usher 3: Le Cercle Francais 3. Rheltl Evelyn Clszek Rheita Commercial Clerical Knitting Club 2: Bird Club 3: Nature Club 4. Florence Vashtl Cole Vash General Sophomore Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4. Robert Gause Conn Bob Commercial Secretarial H. R. Usher 2: Flag Squad 3, 4. '4 'Q Gwendolyn Base Christopher Gwen General Velma Jean Cleei Velma Home Economics Knitting Club 2: Inside Patrol 4: H. R. Treasurer 3. Ann Bowie Clark Ann Classical Operetta 2, 4: Sophomore Chorus 2: Dra- matic Club 2: Beta Trl-Hl-Y 2 3, 4: 4 One-Act plays 2: Maroon Key 2, 3, 4: Senior High News Staff 3, 4: Minstrel 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Masque and Script 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Tube and Flask 4: Little Theater Guild 4: Creative Writing 4. .- wim 'I . poutnsn Bin V, f t 'gn-api sd: Ami Blrd Club 4g rgfsee efary 4: H. R. Usher 2: Flaiiyiafig J if Lilli Pa els Oonghanour Pat Classical H, R. Prxent Dramatic Club 2: Cheerleader l 2. 3: Masque and Script 3: b 3, 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: strfl Cast 4: Speech 4. I I nineteen Dorothy Louella Crago png General H. R. Secretary 2, 4: H. R. Treasurer 4. Mary Elizabeth Crawford Liz Home Economies Recreation Club 2. Jean Annalua Dal,y Geany General Dramatics Club 2: Sophomore Chorus 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: Masque and Script 3: Mixed Chorus 3. Robert Theodore Dean Bob Technical Der Deutche Verein 2, 3. Berwyn Scott Detweiler, Jr. Det General Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Auberta Ann Crawford Auberf-B Commercial Clerical Dramatic Club 2: Girls Chorus 2: Masque and Script 33 Mixed Chorus 3: 4 One- Act plays 3: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Harry Clifford Cunningham Academic German -Club 2, 3: Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4: Chess Club 4. v', wit Jean Dorothea Davis Jean Classical Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2: Knitting Club 2: Masque and Script 4: H. R.. Vice President 3: Spanish Club 3: Senior High News 3, 4: Little Theater Guild 43 Creative Writing 4: National Honor Society. Josephine Antoinette DeFrank .lo Commercial Secretarial Knitting Club 2: Nature 'Club 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Senior High News Staff 4: Usher 4. Nancy Mulvina Devers Nano Commercial Clerical H. R.. Treasurer 2: Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 3. 4: Masque and Script 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Glee Club 4: Speech 4. Philomina Doyle Lilley Belle Angelo Michael iMarco Angie Classical - l XA? ' Genera senior Dramatic Club: Beta Tri-H1-Y: BOXQS Club : H. R. Usher 2: Track 2, 3. Varsity Cheerleader. ' .J '45 j twenty Q3 Q Marlaret Helen Drlpp Margaret Commercial Secretarial Annual Sta!! 4. Joseph Jlmel Elerdo Commercial Bnslness Joyce Maxine Evans Classical Spanish Club 4: Latin Club 4. Richard Paul Fedorchek General Glenn Orville Flke Commercial Business Band 2. James el rs Fisher K- u ? gcretarlal H. R.. Tr surer K1 Joe Jo BOOP Orville Jimmy Lois Anne Dun ' me nsdie Societe. n 3 . R. Treasurer 2 Periranla lAHospltal Aids in High School : lttle Theater Guild 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: H. R. President 4, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. Lorraine Marian Epplhlmer Ennie Vocational Home Economies Audrey Virginia Ewing Audrey Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2: H. R.. Vlce-Presl- dent 3: H, R. Secretary 3. Eldn Marie Feuster Elda General Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Inside Patrol 2 3, 4: Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Delorls Fike Dealer Home Economics Recreation Club 2. Doris L. Flanegan D00 Commercial Secretarial Cheerleaders Club 2, 3: Tennis Club 2: Gamma. Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Bird Club 3: H. R. Usher 3. twenty-one it Q f .4 Dol ores Roberta Ford Dodie Classical Latin Club 2: H. R. Usher 2: Nature Club 2: Communications Club 3: Bird Club 33 Pennsylvania Club 3: Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 3, 4: Knitting Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Spanish Club 4. Pauline Elizabeth Forsythe Polly Commercial Clerical Communications Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4. Constance Lee Frank Connie Commercial Secretarial H. R. Vice President 2, 4: Cheerleaders Club 2: H, R. Secretary 3: Alpha Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Annual Staff 4. 1 George Vernon, s Puddin l W' N, uf! Academic French Club 3. Aldara Daw Aldara ial Se rial Co l ce mgf! 2: Glee Club 4. cj' lx, Mary Joye Geary Jo Classical H. R. Vice-President 2, 4: Dramatic Club 2: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Secre- tary 3: Le Oercle Francais 3, 43 Penn- sylvania Club 3: Masque and Script 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Chemistry Club 4. Mary Ruth Forney Ruthie Academic Beta Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Knitting Club 3: Ush- er 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: Spanish Club 4: National Honor Society. n I . .f Kathryr? 1.05-igphie Fuqyr' 1 sin ' QU' Commdiclal Business , K Inside 'il-'atrol 4. Darwin Hankins Frankhouser Commercial Business Basketball 2, 3: 4: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 2: Slide Rule Club 4. Joseph Michael Franz Joe General Basketball 2 3, 4: Bet Track 2, 3: Boxing Clu a Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 b 2. , John Bernard Garcher Bunda General H, R. Treasurer 2: Track 2, 3: Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4: H. R. Vice-President 3. Thomas Joseph George Bi: Time General H. R. President 3: Band 3: Orchestra 3, 4. twenty-two Nancy Dorothea Georglnna General Cheerleaders Club 2: Sophomore Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3. Lillian Caroline Gismondi Lily General Nature Club 4. Geneva Glover Red General Nature Club 4: H. R. Secretary 4. Patricia Ruth Gordon Pat Classical Dramatic Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: 4 One-Act plays 2. 3: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Masque and Script 3: Minstrel 3, 4: Little Theater Guild 4: H. R. Secretary 4: Speech 4: Senior Play: Operetta 4. Marie Loretta Gowesky Lee Commercial Clerical Cheerleaders Club 2. Gerald Raymond Greene Jerry General Band 2, 3: H. R. Treasurer 2. - 4 1 Dorothy Ann Gemol Dot Commercial Secretarial V". Ralph Glisan. Jr. , J Ralph General- J siide Rule club 4. 'f1.QV'! .J Y .f fi we M Omeda Jane Goodwin Goodie Commercial Clerical H. R.. Usher 2: Cheerleaders Club 2, 3, 4: Recreation Club 2: Knitting Club 3. Ruth Ann Gorley Ruthie Academic Dramatics Club 2: Communications Club 2: Speech 3: Cheerleaders Club 2: H. R.. Secretary 3: German Club 2, 3. Loretta Harriet Gray Loretta General German Twp. 2: North Union 3: H. R. Secretary 4. Nathan David Gregory Nate General Boxing Club 3: H. R. Treasurer 3: Chess Club 4: Slide Rule Club 4: H. R.. Vice- President 4. Izvmzly-!l1rf'c' Theodo e re Ted ' I Classical Q0 m tons Club 3: Spanish Club 3: B g Club 3: Chess Club 4: Chemistry Cl b 4. Bclford Linn Hankins Tip Technical H. R. Secretary 2: Slide Rule 3, 4: French Ciub 3: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R, Vice- President 3: H. R. Usher 3: H. R. Pres- ident 4: Chess Club 4: Flag Staff 4. Betty Lou Harper Betty Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2: Knitting Club 2: H. R. Treasurer 3, 4: H. R. President 3. Beatrice Catherine Hartman Bea Academic Redstone High School 2, 3: Speech 4. Clifford I-licks, Jr. Spike General H. R.. Usher 2: Boxing Club 3. Shirley Norma Hixenbaugh Penny General Girls' Chorus 2: H. R. Usher 2: Cheer- leaders Club 2. 4 Olive Ruth Hager Ruthie Commercial Clerical Bird C'lub 3 4: H. R. Secretary 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4. ' ,I .' , 11" 3,1 VV ,941 .1 Robert If Hardin Bob Jf nf l H. R. Presidenf h ' e a Hi-Y 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 41" ess Club 4: Slide Rule Club 4. ' Jacqueline M. Harshman JMH9 Commercial Secretarial H. R. President 2: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 41 Inside Patrol 2, 3, 4: Cheerleaders Club 3. Elizabeth Henry H0110 Classical Latin Club 2: Pennsylvania Club 3: Span- ish Club 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4: Inside Patrol 3, 4. Gladys Kathryn Hirsh Gladys Classical Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Bird Club 22 Mixed Chorus 3: Masque and Script 32 Knitting Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4. Louise Ha Louise Drum Majorette 2, , 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 4: Dramatic Club 2: Usher for 4 One-Act plays and Baccalaureate: Minstrel 41 Hali Guard 4. rc? et ral twen ty-ffm r Irene Barbara Hudoek Rfeenle General H. R. Vice-President 2: H. R. Secretary 2, 3: Cheerleaders Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Nature Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4: H. R. President 4: Glee Club 4. John M. Hutchesfm nfl, Hutchic M eral Rifle Club 2' ing Club 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: 1-Y 2, 3, 4. 8 J - ' i Joh Calfwl ins - J. C ' Co ere ecretarlal l I I Marlan L. Johnston Ootsie Commercial. Clerical Alpha Tri-H1-Y 2, 3. 4: Dramatic Club 2: H. R. Vice-President 2: Sophomore Chor- us 2: Masque and Script 3: H. R. Pres- ldent 3: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Minstrel 3, 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Carolyn Louise Kamensky Tye Classical Glrl's Chorus 2: Dramatic Club 2: Chor- al Reading 2: Oueretta 2, 4: Beta Tri- Hl-Y 2, 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Masque and Script 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Cheerleaders Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Speech Club 4. Dolores Jeanne Kegg ' Doe Commercial. Cle al Drnmntic Club 2: H. . P i ent 2: A1- Phii- Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 4 ette 2 3, 4: Little Guild 4: Mins r ,4. . Q , , I X 5 Mary Jane Hnmbert Busy Classical Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2 3. 4: Dramatic Club Masque and Script 3: French Club 3, 4 Inside Patrol 3, 4: Hospital Aids in High School 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Span ish Club 4: Chemistry Club 4: Senior Play: National Honor Society. Iois Eileen James Lo General H. R. Treasurer 4: H. R. Secretary 4. Madeline Pamela John Mad Commercial Clerical Elaine Jeannette Jones Checkers General Sophomore Chorus 2: H. R. Usher 3, 4. Gertrude Marian Kanar Gertle Commercial Secretarial Knitting Club 3: Communications Club 3 William Clement Kennedy Bill Commercial Bu slness twcrzly-five Harvey Ca rington King H Academic Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football Manager 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Chess Olub 4: H. R. Treasurer 4. Mary Lou King Mary Lou General Sophomore Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Little Theater Guild 4. Ruby Gene Knight Geenie Vocational Home Economics Knitting Club 2: H. R. Vice-President 2: Nature Club 4: H. R. Usher 4. Michael nxbeQ+ k Mike General H. R. Usher 2: Football 3, 4: H. R. Vice- President 4: Slide Rule Club 4. Frank James Lacerenza Commercial Business Lyman Henry Laub L. H. Commercial Business Slide Rule Club 4. James Irvin King Jim Classical Latin Club 2: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: Chess Club 4. Anna Faye Knight Pete Vocational Home Economics Knitting Club 2: Inside Patrol 3, 4: Hall Guard 43 Bird Club 4. Irene Esther Kooser Rene Commercial. Secretarial Cheerleaders Club 2. Helen Kroftcheck Krnlty General, Cheerleaders Club 2: Nature Club 4. Effie Lasko EIHG Home Economics H. R. President 2, H. R. Secretary 2, 3, 4: H. R.. Treasurer 33 Cheerleaders Club 2: Nature Club 4: Hall Guard 4. . 'r' - .j v U Mild e azarag Millie Commercial Secretarial 1 iq c1ub'l tzuenty-six Michael Vincent Lazaran Flash General Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Boxing Club 25 H. R. Secretary 2: Cross Country 2: H. R.. Usher 3. Lawrence Edward Lee Lee General H. R. Vice-President 2: H. R. Usher 2: Boxing Club 2: Gamma H1-Y 2 3. 4. Harry Wayne Lessig Wayne General. H. R. President 2. 3: Masque :Sz Script 3: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3 4: Cast of "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Masque dz Script Vice-President 3: Annual Staff 4: Senior Play Cast. Fred William Lif a Fred rc usiness o i S ant r 2: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: C 4: H. R. Usher 4. Doris Ann Locke "D, A." Commercial Secretarial Beta Tri-Hi-Y 4:1-I. R. President 4. Frank Joseph Lazaran Frank General. Boxing Club 2: Cross Country 2: Track 3. f . If 1 r lf!! . -!I! J -, Margansl sliy l Z, ,C Margie . 1' "' Commelgiaylflerjtal Cheerleaders Clcbl Dramatic Club 4: Inside Patrol 4. Frederick Henry Lieb Fred Classical Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Slide Rule Club 3 4: Der Deutsche Verein 3, 4: Communica- tions Club 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Chess Club 4. Adelaide Livengood Addie Classical Cheerleaders Club 2: Sophomore Dramatic 2: Spanish Club 3: H. R. Vice-President 3: Communications Club 3: Little Thea.- ter Guild 4. Doris Emeline Lowe Twinnie General Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 2: Minstrel 4: Drum Majorette 3, 4. Dorotha Irene Lowe Twinnie General Alpha T,-1,Hi,Y 2' 3, 4. H. R. President 4: Joseph Patrick Lutrario Pat Minstrel 4: Drum Majorette 3, 4. General lZU!'IIfy-Sf'7'L'll Paula Louise Lux Polly Commercial Business Sophomore Chorus 2: Knitting Club 2: Sophomore Dramatic Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4. Jean A. Marinelli Jeannie Commercial, Clerical H. R. Treasurer 2: Knitting Club 2: Sen- ior High News Staff 4. fe 1 . -1-'VK A ',Jj,ff.'f K. vs 3 .- ,. , ,f 'rhelmav N, Y-2 Thelma 1 " ' 1.1: lhcodfmlc : ,I Oliver High Sch g"uQ,ll!lIr3H7'Qla-Club, Chemistry Clubj irl Reserves. John Edward Maust, Jr. Jack Technical Orchestra 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society Doris Eleanor McGill Dodie General Cheerleaders Club 2: I-I. R. Vice-President 3. 4: Baccalaureate Usher 3: H. R. President 4: Hall Patrol 4: Nature Club 4. Mary Ella Michele Mary Ella Classical Latin Club 2: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: National Honor Society. Helen B. Macielag Helen Classical H. R. Vice-President 2: Bird Club 2: Dra- matic Club 2: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 42 Masque and Script 3: Senior High News 3. 4: Editor 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Creative Writing 3, 43 4 One-Act Plays 3: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: Minstrel 4: La Socletad Hlspana 4. If William Elton Martin ' . Bill Classical f A y XX' Sophomore- Cl is erf!2VH. R. Pres- ident! ' that Ig! '. 4: Hi-Y Pres- ident affd 2, , Qrchestra 2, 3, 4: Nati Honor Society. Jack Evans Mauler Jack Technical German Club. Joseph William Maxin Gunn! General Boxing 2. 3. 43 Track 2 3, 4: H. R. Usher 3. 0 fm- ' Alice Ann McNatt Red Commercial, Clerical Nature Club 2: Hospital Aids in High School 3: H. R. Secretary 3, Mary Jane Mientus Mlnty General. Cheerleaders Club 2: Nature Club 4. twenty-eight Beryl, Dolores Miller Moe Home Economies Recreation Club 2: Hall Guard 4. Doris Elaine Miller Doris Classical Sophomore Chorus 2: Bird Club 2: Latin Club 2, 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Masque and Script 3: Le Cercle Francais 4: Glee Club 4: Min- strel 4: National Honor Society. Rlchard Doyle Mlller Dick General. Boxing Club 2: Nature Club 2: Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4: H. R. Vice-President 4. Susanne Molton Sue General Cheerleaders Club 2. Paul Mosako Sady General Laurence K. Myers Myersie Academic Speech 2: Inside Patrol 3: Chess Club 4: Spanish Club 4. x I ,' '. ' ' J " I ,' -L still L: fflclb ll.: Denver Ray Miller " Bug Commercial Business Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 4. 'rl w John Plerceall. f ot Miller J. P. K. " Academic Bet 2, 3. 4: Radio Club 3: Sllde ub 3: H. R.. Treasurer 4: Chess Clu 4: Chemistry Club 4: Senior Play. Anthony Frank Miller Tony Qebhnlcal H P.. Puunft zf H1-Y 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard ' ench C1 3, 4: Ger- man Club 4: ess,Club' . A . ,W ' M , f J! . 'J if fi! .1 if Bob A Morrl Moe Technical Gamma I-ll-Y 2 3. 4: Radio Club 3: Slide Rule Club 3: Spanish Club 4: Chess Club 4. Alvin S. Mundel Al Classical Boxing Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Chess Club 4: Band 2. 3. 4: Slide Rule Club 3: Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Elaine Theresa Nesser Double Trouble General St. John's 2: Communications Club 3: Cheerleaders Club 3: Latin Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Slide Rule Club 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: Minstrel 4. lzumliy-11il10 4 fc f W Eleanor Marion Nesser Double Trouble Classical St. John's 2: Communications Club 3: Cheerleaders Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Slide Rule Club 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Minstrel 4: Spanish Club 4. Geraldine Monica Ohrin Jerry Classical Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2, 4: Sophomore Chorus 2: Dramatic Club 2: H. R. Secretary 2: Societas Latinas 2: Minstrel 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3: Masque and Script 35 Hospital Aids in High School 3: H. R.. President 3: Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Senior High News Staff 4: Tube and Flask Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Betty Adela Olsvary Betts General H. R. Secretary 2: 3: Latin Club 4. Grace Ostroff Grace General Cheerleaders Club 2, 3: Knitting Club 23 H. R. Secretary 2, 3: Nature Club 3. William McKay Page Bill Technical Baccalaureate Usher 3: Chemistry Club 4: Beta Hi-Y 4. . I Q44 .J 1 X I , :,.v u 1 I Marie xntiunette Pallafipj Nettie Y- QI!! Com!nerphjFClerieal h, . Bjnd 2, 3, 4: Qjchestra 4: Advertising XtC1ub 4. Q V x ui: ,mx QS?" Richard Ognovich Nick General Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: H. R. Usher 3, 4: Foot- ball 4, .Q i Jan t eatrlce Olson Jan Academic Dra c Club 2: H. R. Secretary 2, 3: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 4: Choral Reading 2: Creative Writing 3, 43 Glee Club 42 National Honor Society. Betty June Osborne Betty Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2: H. R.. Vlce-President 3: H. R. Usher 3. Rosabelle Ostrofl' Rose Commercial: Secretarial Dramatic Club 2: Sophomore Chorus 2: Gamma, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Masque and Script 3: Mixed Chorus 3: H. R, Usher 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Glee Club 4: H. R. Treasurer 4: Minstrel 43 Inside Patrol 4: National Honor Society, Mary Annette Palla Palla Commercial. Secretarial Knitting Club 2: Nature Club 3. Marguerite Lorraine Pana Marguerite Commercial Secretarial Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Little Theater Guild 4: Creative Writing 4: Bird Club 4: National Honor Society. thirty Betty Jean Paris Bea Home Economics H. R. Secretary 2, 4: Recreation Club 2: H. R. President 3. Ida Estella Payne Ida General Betty Mae Petcheny Betty Commercial Secretarial Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3 4: H. R.. President 2: H. R. Secretary 2, 3, 4: Senior High News Staff 4: Inside Patrol 4: Annual Staff 4: National Honor Society. Roy Thomas Phillips General Charlotte Mae Piovarchy Charlotte Commercial Secretarial H. R. Vice-President 2: H. R. Treasurer 3: Knitting Club 3: Bird Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4: H. R. Secretary 4: Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 3, 4: National Honor Society. Ida Louise Puleo Ida Commercial Secretarial Cheerleaders Club 2: Inside Patrol 3, 4: Bird C'lub 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Allen J. Parke, Jr. Skip Technical Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Slide Rule Club 3: H. R. President 3: H. R. Treasurer 3: H. R. Usher 4. Priscilla Jane Perkins Percy General Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Secretary 2. Mildred Marie Pfeiffer Mildred Commercial Secretarial German Club 2. 3: Nature Club 3. Jeannette F. Pierce Jenny Commercial Secretarial Perryopolis 2: Dramatic Club 2: Nature Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Masque and Script 3: Glee Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Hermina Jean Prah Mina Commercial Clerical Cheerleaders Club 23 Recreation Club 2: H. R. Secretary 4. Vivian Esther Ramage Vlv Commercial Clerical Nature Club 2, 3: Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Ill irly-mn: Mabel une Randolph Randy Home Econ mics Knitting Club 2: H. R. Usher 3: H. R. Vice-President 4: Bird Club 4. Dorothy Thelma Reich Dot General Sewing Club 2. Albert Lyman Renner Beans Technical German Club 3: Radio Club 3. Vs' if Cie! ,fy -George Samuel Rigg George Technical Operetta 2: Dramatic Club 2: 3: 4: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Maroon Key 2, 3, 4: Speech Club 2: Basketball Manager 3: Junior Class Play 3: Mixed Chorus 3: H. R. President 4: Chess Club 4: German Club 4. Audre Riggs A111110 Classical Cheerleaders Club 2: I-I. R. Treasurer 2, 3: Alpha Tri-H1-Y 2, 3, 4: H. R. Usher 4: Communications Club 3: H. R. Sec- retary 4: Spanish Club 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: Tube and Flask 4. Emil Carl Risk Duke Commercial Business Baskegall Manager 2, 58,145 Dramatic Club 2: H. R. Treasurpr"Z: Senior High Newi Stdjfv,'2, 3, pi'-Y 2, 3, 4: Junixfiiif-ilbf 1 Usmua, 4g Band 4:: Minstrel 4: Annual Staff. Mar llc te MY Classical St. John's 2:- C b : sl Patrol 2, 3, 4: C e e : Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Commu ations Club 3: Masque and Script , tle Theater Guild 4. John Davis Renne John Academic Band 2, 3, 4: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Maroon Key 2, 3, 4: Code Club 3: Outside Patrol 34. Elizabeth Elyse Ridgeway Classical Bettie H. R. Secretary 2: Gamma Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Masque and Script 3 Rena Elizabeth Rigsln Classical Midge Dramatic Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: Choral Reading 2: Socletas Latina 25 Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Masque and Script 3: Debate 3: Tube and Flask 3: Inside Patrol 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Le Cercle Francais 4: Na- tional Honor Society. Shelley Riley Shel Classical H. R. Vice-President 2: Chorus 25 4 One- Act Plays 2: Senior High News 2, 3, 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2: Maroon Key 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Masque and Script 3: Spanish Club 3: Tube and Flask 4: Treasurer S. P. A. 4: Creative Writing 4: Little Theater Guild 4: Sen- ior Play: Office Ass't. Bernadette Ruth Rit tenberger Bernie Home Eeonomlos Nature Club 4. tllirty-two J. Wlllllm Rittenhouse Bill Academic Boxing Club 2: H. R. Vice-President 2: Alpha Hi-Y 3 43 Communications Club 3: Spanish Club 3: H. R. Secretary 31 H. R. Usher 4. John Carrall Robinson Robby General Band 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: Alpha Hi- Y 3, 4. Joan Lucille Rush Jonne Commercial Clerical Dramatic Club 2: Knitting Club 3. Merrell Rush Merrell Commercial Secretarial Beta, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Communications Club 3: Corridor Guard 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Barbara Ann Rutter Barb Commercial Secretarial H. R. Secretary 2: Cheerleaders Club 2. 3: Beta. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 4. Lorraine Kathryne Ryan Rainie Academic Gamma. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2: Choral Reading 2: Masque and Script 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Creative Writ- ing 4: Tube and Flask 4: Senior Play: National Honor Society. X I Nora Marian Sa r- Madam Slbll cal Clerical Re e 2: Masque and Script 32 Ch r rs Club 2, 3: Varsity Cheer- lea 4: Minstrel 4: Little Theater Guil 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 4. John Nick Samonas Samonas Classical Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Latin Club 3. 4: H. R. Vice-President 3: H. R. Usher 3: Slide Rule Club 3: Radio Com- munications 3: Chess Club 4: Little Theater Guild 4. Edward Francis Sandow, Jr. Birdie Classical Football Txnager 2. 3 4: Dramatic Club 2: . slgtball 2, 3: H. R. Secretary 2: ' e Chorus 2. 3: Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4: Senior i ws St 2. 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 3: ' Pgtrodf 4: Safety Captain 4: Stage , 4g "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Masque and Script J: H. R. Vice-President 4: Chess Club 4: Latin Club 4: Minstrel 4: Little Thea- ter Guild 4: Senior Play. Pearl Dorothy Sanko Pearl Commercial Secretarial Knitting Club 2: Nature Club 3: Inside Patrol 4: National Honor Society. Esther E. Santmyer Esther Commercial Clerical Sewing Club 2: Bird Club 3: Communica- tions Club 3: Inside Patrol 4. Amy Viola Schaefer Amy Commercial Secretarial Sewing Club 2: Bird Club 3: Radio Com- munication 3. Illirly-tlz ree Laine Christina Schaefer Shaky Classical Mixed Chorus 3: Masque and Script 3: Bird Club 3: Glee Club 4: Speech 4: Min- strel 4: Little Theater Guild 4: Creative Writing 4. Nellie Audrey Seflghman Nell Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2, 3: Knitting Club 2: Inside Patrol 3, 4: Nature Club 4: H. R. Treasurer 4. Sue l-lanklns Sesler SIIG Classical Dramatlc Club 2: Maroon Key 2, 3, 4: Al- pha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Masque and Script 3: Hospital Aids in High School 3: H. R. Usher 3 4: H. R. Treasurer 3, 4: Senior High News Staff 3, 4: Communi- cations Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Chemistry Club 43 National Honor So- ciety. I Clyd S erger X Hard Head N Ge eral Avi . R.. Pres' t Jun . cretary 3: Sta Crew - . 6 lass Presi- dent 4 1 Hi-Y p , : Drum Major 2, 3, 4 chestraipe 4: Band 2, 3, 4. Sylvia Sieff Tiggie Commercial Clerical Alpha Trl-Hi-Y 2 3, 4: Nature Club 2: Hospital Aids ln High School 3. Gerald Edward Sims Pnpsy Commercial Business Slide Rule Club 4: H. R. Usher 4. Doris Lee Seighman Reddy Home Economics Cheerleaders Club 2. 3: Recreation Club 2: Nature Club 4: Inside Patrol 43 H. R.. Treasurer 4. Robert Warren Sessler Ses Technical Beta. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3. lieth J. S er Ken N. ,,. , I H.R. ' -Pr -' T exe g Color Guard ' f Q5 gf 3, 4: H. R. Secret ip ,A e 'A' le Club 4. X Althea Esther Show Show Classical Band 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Spanish Club 4. Martha Lorraine Sllhaugh Marty Home Economics Recreation Club 2: Cheerleaders Club 2. 3: H. R. Usher 3: H. R. President 3, 4: Nature Club 4. Dorothy Marie Slanders Dot General Cheerleaders Club 2: H. R. Secretary 3, 4: H. R. Treasurer 3: Nature Club 4: H. R. Vice-President 4: Hall Guard 3, 4. thirty-four Sara, Gertrude Smiley Dont Classical Forensics 2: H. R. Usher 2: Dramatic Club 2: C 5Y-Q' ' Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 ' e , Sq , Q, anc 3 4: Ma ue and Sc 3581011 c are It with You" 3' lnstrel 3, lttle Theater Guild 4: Senior Play. James Melvin Smithburger Jimmie General Band Manager 2, 3, 4: H. R. Secretary 3: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 H, R. Vice-President 3: H. R. Usher 4. Ted Sofish Jaggers General Football 2. 3 4: Boxing 3. Audrey Eleanor Sowers Audie Classical Choral Reading 2: Latin Club 2: Beta Tri- Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Hospital Aids in High School 3: H. R. Secretary 4: Creative Writing 4: Glee Club 4: Na- tional Honor Society. William H. Steele Bill Academic South Union 2: H. R. President 3: Masque and Script 3: Senior High News Staff 3, 4: Minstrel 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You" 3: Pennsylvania Club 3: A1- pha Hi-Y 3, 4: H. R. Vice-President 4: Little Theater Guild 4: Senior Play. Marie Lucille Sfefancin Marie Clerical South Union 2: H. R.. Secretary 4: A1- phn Tri-Hi-Y 4. William McClelland Smith Smit!-Y Ac emlc atlc Cl .Bhd Clllb 2 Alpha H1 ,I , Act Play 2, 3: SD99Ch ' , Masque and Script 3: Commun- cations Club 3. Junior Play 3. Chess Club 4. David Michael Snider Dave Technical Tennis Club 2, 3: Ski Club 3: Radio Club 3: H. R. President 4: Chess Club 4. Nellie Monica Soom Nell General H. R, Treasurer 3: H. R, Secretary 3. William Shelby Spellman Bill General H. R,. Treasurer 2: Cross Country 33 Bets. H1-Y 3, 4, Helen Theresa Stefaniak Bella Commercial Clerical Cheerleaders Club 2: Inside Patrol 4. Char es B. oy Pete merclal Business Sen' Hi News Staff 2, 3, 4: Basket- b wager 2, 3, 4: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 111 irty-fwc qi' iv Samuel Edward Struble Gunny General '. . l Tetina To?!9t I I 5 K Tina 5'Commerolil Clerical 1 Lelia Barbara VanSickle Lil Commercial Clerical Recreation 2: Bird Club 3. Mildred Evelyn Walker Eve Commercial, Clerical H. R. Usher 2, 3: Knitting Club 2. N 4 ff Elizabeth Ann Watson Ann Classical Sophomore Dramatic 2: Senior High News 2, 3. 4: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Junior Dramatic 31 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4: Chemistry Club: Minstrel 4: Creative Writing 4: National Honor Society. Claire Eileen Webb Claire Classical Latin Club 2: Bird Club 2: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Chemistry Club 4: Slide Rule 4: der Deutsche Verein 4. .mm Calvin 'rishue 'fish Technical H. R. Vice-President 3: Chess Club 45 Beta Hi-Y 3. 4. Edward Wallace Vandigo Hurk General H. R. Treasurer 3: H. R. Usher 4: Track. Barbara Louise Vldovic Barb Commercial Secretarial Girls' Chorus 2: Glee Club 3: Cheerleaders' Club 2. 3: Varsity Cheerleader 4: Gam- ma Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Fay Lucia Wallace Sugle Vocational Home Economics Cheerleaders' Club 2, 3: Inside Patrol 41 Assistant to Librarian 4. Barbara Anne Watson Barb Commercial Secretarial H. R.. Vice-President 3: Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Senior High News 2, 3, 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Little Theater Guild 45 Annual Staff 4. Florence Weiss Flossie Commercial, Clerical Dramatics 2: Knitting Club 3: Little Thea- ter Guild 4g Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4. Ill irly-.six Shirley Kathryn Whaley Shy Commercial Clerical H. R. Secretary 25 H. R. Treasurer 3: H. R. President 3: H. R. Vice-President 4: Inside Patrol 2. 3. 43 Beta Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4. .lark Royce Whitby Wimpy Academic Band 2, 3. 4. Gamma Hi-Y 2, ,sg spanish Club 3: O'chestra 4. 5' J? '. Lt-5 C vw x . 4 tw -- E Y. 1. K. Melvin James Williams Turtle Academic Sara Kathryne Williams Sara Kay Academic Latin Club 2: Beta Tri-I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Com- munications Club 3: Little Theater Guild 4: Creative Writing 4. ' 1 item. xii 'wood , f nu-me N N li' , - i KJ K ,' Genet. i r ub he rs' Club 2: Music 'V o 5 pre on 2: ommunications Club 3: . eaieiver 3: Dramatic Club 4: Natu e 4. ' Sandra Lee Wool Sandra Academic Dramatic 2, 3, 4: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 4: National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior High News 3. 4: der Deutsche Verein 4: Chem- istry Club 4. Garnet Louise Wlletsel . ' Garnie .1 'I fflomo Economics Studn1t!Council 2: H. R. Treasurer 3, 4: Recreation Club 2. Robert Lyle Wilkinson Wilkie General Slide Rule Club 3: Band 3, 4: H. R. Pres- ident 4: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: Band Man- ager 4. 1 L1-wis C. Williams Lewis Technical Slide Rule Club 3: Chess Club 4: Commun- ications Club 3. Maralou Wilson Maralou Commercial Secretarial Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: H. R. Treasurer 3: H. R. Vice-President 4: Beta. Trl-I-Il-Y 3. 4: Junior Class Trea- surer 3: Glee Club 3. ,J A 1 li ffl' Donald Odell wooaward jj ' Duck I Commercial Business Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3: H. R. Vice-President 3. James Emerson Work Farmer Aca mic Rifle or 3 Club . roo 2 3, 4: lpha Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: . ' , 4. . r r Speech nior igh News 2, 3, 4: Stage Guild I I1 irly-.i1'zu'21 I zz! Hester Anne Worthington Pest Classical Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Dramatic 2, 3, 4: "You Can't Take It With You": Minstrel Chorus 3, 4: Cheerleaders Club 2: Senior Class Secretary 4: Operetta 2, 4: Beta Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Office Ass't. Judith Janete Yanchus Judy Gen ral . R. Usher . 4: Varsity . . ice-Preside . Ch rleaders' Clu 2, Cheerleader 4. Phyllis Lorraine Young Lorraine Classical Knitting Club 3: Beta Tri-Hi-Y 3, 42 Communications Club 3. Loretta Anne Zacovic Loretta Classical H. R. Treasurer 2: Spanish Club 4. Louis Joseph Zeleznock LOU Classical Der D tsche Vereirw 3: lide u 3: atimpgor' Qgyj , Chess Ci: u e and 5351! 43 R. Pres- ident . Mary M. Zuchelkowski Mary Commercial Secretarial H. R. President 2, 4: Knitting Club 2: H. R.. Treasurer 3, 4: Nature Club 3: Na- tional Honor Society 3. 4: Senior High News Staff 4: Annual Staff 4: Inside Patrol 4, Sophia Ann Wozniak Patty Commercial. Clerical Cheerleaders' Club 2, 3: Nature Club 4. Blanche Theresa Yedrzeyek Blanche General . R. Usher 3. 4: Nature Club 4: H. R. President 4: Inside Patrol 4: Hospital Aid 3. Harold Yurick Harry General Boxing Club 2: Track 2, 3. Norma Jean Zacovic Norma General Cheerleaders Club 2. Norma D. Zilhcr Norm Commercial Business Nature Club 3: Masque and Script 3: H. R, Treasurer 4. Joseph Thomas Case Joe Academic Maroon Key 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: H. R. Usher 2, 3. 111 iffy-vigil I y x- ,v . - , u 3--K ..,,R -, . .W Members Not Pictured Jin hues lhake General Salud Inlet Genuine General Geerp lslaht General noun Club 2: ILE. Usher Bale: Olnkiewlea 'helllesl 81130 Bula Club 4. YIIO Bileh th irty-nine Charles Barnett loelmek Uhlet Gene-rel Rifle Ciuh 2: S1lde Rule Club 4. Huy Klfhffl Blllllla Ulf! -GOIUPBI tummy' club I: Nature Olub 3. hnlne Ida Springer Wink Bene l0OllHkl 8ophemoreC'horue2:H.Rleol'euryl: Bird dub I, 3: Mixed Gnome 8: H. B. Usher 3. ,.. fw -' H' 1532? 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I 4 I s 51140047 0 ' .4 I' "Wig Ill ,ff .. ,mmm X wjigybf f . 'Q ni, jj jp - It y. W' 11117 7 "' "' 5" bfnl-0,3 an N ., ro .H-...m.... 0lllll Ill ll w Iggy: W., 0 fb Q v lllllfl ll :gym ull bl 10,1u11n,lffQ43,,.0' I ' ' UQIUIIIIQII I N- - "" " .,,.,...:'..:g:::, , 7 " ,gif f0 VW rw" ff, an H ! a X' 5 xl 5? 'K if 1 ' f 'P arg E5 AW gl, 'f ' , A 14 'f--FQ fe- M057 , I Q , - -K -W5 .bf P - I K ' x - l U '1 A: 7 ' J , 1, ,' :' , u ,lf fry- . J, ' I P, .'... R ug' ,Q ' M .5 V K - 1 . P I b ' - .f,',jLQ l. I - . .X . Na' - L. an-f Y ff'- LITTLE THEATER GUILD THE PLAY'S THE THING "Curtain going up!" Everyone in his placel" These are familiar phrases to many of us who have heard them just before a dramatic production, Ah mel Shakespeare had nothing on our own actresses and actors as they per- formed many an unforgetable play. The sophomores presented a clever little production, "Five for Bad Luck," Miss Mary Walsh and the cast worked earnestly, and were well re- warded for their efforts. Those sophomores really had what it takes. No one who saw our own class present "You Can't Take lt With You" will ever forget it. Always will Miss Christine Lucas and the cast remember it, they had a major riot presenting this side-splitting comedy. To all those who were in P. B. Hill's Little Theater Guild, a chance came to show acting ability. During the year, different groups presented short plays. Students had their troubles but the results were most interest- ing and entertaining. forty-fuizr ik ,wif t 5 .. X MUSIC l-lATl-l CHARM Music hath charm-and you would believe it if you happened to be roaming the building during a fourth or fifth period. Throughout the halls echoed the strains of a brisk march or the soothing tones of a waltz. Joseph Patterson, our own "Stokowski," produced many unforgetable shows during our stay in good ole' U. H. S. Remember the Minstrel with the black-faced end men and the smartly dressed chorus? There was the Oper- etta, a most colorful and melodious event. Without our orchestra these pro- ductions wouldn't have been possible. This organization worked long and hard on the music to make these performances successful. Not in any school of Fayette county will you find a snappier looking. band than our own Maroon and White musicians. Our hearts really swelled with pride when they strutted down the field during the half of a football game. This organization really contributed to the war effort by playing at bond rallies, recruiting drives and Army programs. lf, in your wanderings, you walk over to the l-lustead house your ear would catch faint notes of lively ballads being sung by the Girls' Glee Club or the Mixed Chorus. Under the direction of Miss Lillian l-lammitt, these groups sang at teachers' institute and at assemblies. As we leave High School we shall carry with us the memory of the outstanding musical activities of our Alma Mater. 1 fx' f i I 'sl xd 'v X N. 2 , z J forty-six Ii! 335 :gig 1? 4 Q Q ' 4 Us GTRLS CI' ORUS f . X , F . ' 1 , , , , o o 5 3 Q' 13,51 M- A 1--, A, gang. - Y ' X 'Q-f :'fb f A,3'3'3x Q ' Q Q5 'W Q A .A .X 9 v if LA,L I K , V Ai .K ,gfgv-r Y Q V'-T x W x W 0:54 V 4, VV 'I K 8 . ,g i - v K in L, fl 4 I 1 4 ,R ,s Q K W is X Ny 4 aw x D ' ,f W N ' W ' 5 f ' H s ' Q X .K 1' -1- ,- vi 3 K , K Q siP",gg2,' J H X ft X'?:5lNi'5vI . 1 ' ' i 5 W- , 5 . 3 Fm' ' J aiu-wel -gh er , ff J I in P is SH 1 MA i .lp 'X AQ? 5 gg W ' g fm 'Se 'K , V Q -, 1, , - N2 N f . W- - at up wwf , ,. L. ' I L xiii ii.: "fam , bf' 1 Q f f,.A.4:f'k'f yg:,'gis'fN ' - ,' , it - ft-'giaii 2 aff- 5, 'i?5Q'gA 42.2 xi C' xii" 4""' CREATIVE WRITING CLUB Thinking and developing colorful phrases make up a large part of the activities of the Creative Writing Club. By doing this, the members have developed an ob- serving eye and a new. enlightened, sense of beauty. We really enjoyed minute of oL1r Tuesday after-school session. SPEECH Room, 10-1's walls have heard many words words, soft Words- soup H 'ill kind S: angry words, kind . . . 'ords, sweet Words: , ' " ' 1 ' s of Words makj ' our ab' ' I Words, loud conciliatory words, heckling' words ng up all types. of speechxall in our efforts to improvt 11115 fo Speak. We owe our Mr. Hill a debt of gratitude which will be - greater as our years pass. fr1i'IY"1i'H, Cfiflll NNU L STAFF We have hounded photographersg we have dogged printersg we have barked at sponsors until we are almost wagged out-but even a dog's lite of putting out an Annual has its moments. We have run in circles almost all year keeping our classes in an uproar and our grades on a "downslip" --but we have enjoyed it-and wish that we could do it again. Shelley Riley Mary Zuchelkowski Hester Worthington Barbara Watson Connie Frank Wayne Lessig Joe Cassinotti Betty Pelcheny Margaret Drapp filly E IOR HIGH NEWS ST F F We had our problems Toog news was slockg poper was hard to getg od- vertising didn'f fall from treesg sponsors were toughg circulation sometimes Iowg but we had twenty-six issues, ond we covered our beats! fifty-one LATIN CLUB Although Latin is cunsidtrvd Z1 "de-.id language," we found out 1, zitin club. It is si living lzmguaigc just Czimouflz i We t'njuyt'd discussing thi ' ' 4 differently in V iggd by our slang 'ind xdipt :tions Q trusts and acids ot 'mount Roma Vtni x di xici tt, skrllw FRENCH CLUB In kcvping with the war, we spent part of our club periods learning' military terms and clvinciitiziy phrasvs. This unablcd Cach ptrson to bcconiti faml' thc wards that are uscid among our soldier boys. W' ' ' ' Frcnch 1'vco1'ds. i ifir with Q also sang and listened tri ,Hlv.f11'tI GERMAN CLUB Thu zibility to speak and to undorsumd scverfl mluc. Especially is that true in ' A ' ty lo prztcticv ' " " A thc c-' W iv- mx- 1 languaigcs is un ability of giuit Cllllilll times. Membvrs ot' this club mot conursdtion and cmnmuniczttion projects in this li .ipublo direction of Miss Mattie Wright, we DI'OfHf.-1 on Tufts J an ' 1 cd greatly. guage. Under rf' W SPANISH CLUB We sang, tzilkod and danced the "South American Way" in S lt-axrning' their customs and habits. we became X of our neighbors to thc South. panisli Club. Bw mort friendly a nm--111 nd understanding: 'QV- N Kay. Wi OUTSIDE PATROL Remember that whistle? It has made reminds us that many time ' :naybe not a nonforgetable ring in our earsg one that it meant the difference between our being alive and . Our safety patrol was efficient and capable, at least there were no' accidents at noon time and evening dismissals. it INSIDE PATROL Mr. Ross sometimes felt like putting the 'fskids" under us when he held our meetings because some of us were poor patrolmen. We tried out best to keep "up" stairways up, and "down stairways downg and we surely did like getting out of :lasses before anybOdy 6186! fifty-IOWA ..w"' .nt A Qi CHESS CLUB It's Wednesday afterno ' in room 10 on and t1me for th 1. Mr. Brown Iv ' ' to adv' - e Weekly gath apt h1s bearm f - me them to th V ' ' ' ering of the "wizards" gs sary Well as he moved among the players e1r1nd1v1dua1 advantagesxhere was a "hard thinking" club. 1 ' , X 1' ' . 7' 0 I ,a 1' 25 VI.-'LW""'I X 'I nfl! 'A 7 f xW,..s JW f DOP, DER5 thusiasticf tfu110?', CHEERLEA L forth En . . ff . , dy? LL Q .V- H ,, Ou rea ders I-Qauyhggrs' Are J, . the-S6 Chgelli-if through C - hiskl- r V10 HL-qkl, L 1 d us 0 .f nd Spirit, they C 1'f1'w"f W' Wm' clul M 'Q , A NATURE CLUB Q Always one ol' the most popular of our extr lmituix- Club was not an exception i sponsor as Mrs. Conn ' future- fan a curricul n forty-fo , why slioul ' ' ious natur 1' ' ' ar organiz ur. And vv' dnt it be a ists are " X F' ations the ith such a popular! W picturcd hr MTM , ,'g.?'i'2 " , J 'TNQ' W ?si???i?12,i4l ' ..fyGVf. 'KN' A ..+ v -'Q' eff! A' 3? .M NJ BIRD CLUB 1t'iIl'!ltC11-fhill birds arc somc-thiug' more -than a song 1 had inzmy 1lllUI't'SllllQ and informative mcvt ' ' within us which will bo u lifctimi ' " ut what with feathers. V This ings and aroused an ' ' L assoi. 1iilifW"x appz vciiition Sums' Ii vnthusyiastic ho knows b ire. MY ,,i,i ., TUBE AND FLASK If at first you don't succced, try, t ' motto of the Tube and Flask in our trials and ' ' Q 1 again" could well be applied as thc Club. 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Tri-Hi-Y formed a very definite balance to our high school career. Nm ALPHA HI- Many a profitable meeting we had o things that we learned from C Mr. Schenck D n Wednesday evenings. Remember the oach Starkg Mr. Richardsg Mr. McCoolg M ' 5 r. Hindman: Mr. Sandow: Mr. Phill' ' learned much tool, from our swims, a ' surely went his half of th Hi-Y. r. Robinsong ips, Rev. Newman? And we nd games, and Co-Ed parties. Mr. Sandow e way for our benefit and we Won't forget the ideals of six Wetwll EIT BETA TRI-I-Il-Y 'tTo create, maintain and extend throughout the high scho 1 high standards of Christian characteruxthat is the been our goalxto carry out its comm 2'-s Z5 3 'Har o and com platform of ' ' ands. F h BETA HI- un W b We have trifgds tared y an, Inental but we had our serious and th d I b . U oughtful ly, and phqvsisgiyfp ourselves in the three mam W it Tri-H1-Y Tllgsmhajs 177001 ht , I , ays of Hi-Yxspiirits OO sixlxtzlwff' ually, I T1 A .9115 GAMMA TRI-HI-Y Under the guidance of Miss Christine E. Lucas, these girls set up a program ff enjoyment, helpfulness and -good sportsmanship. During the year they had variety of programs and entertainments which were of benefit t i a o all the members. GAMM Harry Wo A HI-Y ods led these boys through a profitable year. SW' discussions constituted the majority of the m ' extend to the community hi h ims, speakers and eetings. These bo g standards of Ch ' ' ys really helped to ristian character. six,5v.fUIUv ,iii .gk - fs if i"e'fw? asf?-?'Q:E G- 1' Aa. Ml., ifyxln... if vi.. Vtjg A MF, if 3 : .'. 3' In : , sipv ga' 1: . Ivy 'f ' 'B A ' .A , Q? wx- I N. ' .lf H Ill! Q51 'ills 1' i""I-.. Z 0111 ,1'r,1LfHBb ff f ,Q 9 Za, 1, ' 1 1 , , 'fs " '14, 2 'Q 1' 0 ' ' ff I W! I f K W0 ' .lbtgablf X GX Ox 5 x x 'l man lllll nl" 'I ,. mx Sis? 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These weren't just simple tests by any means. They were given in cooperation with the government and were similar to the tests given by the Army. Of course we mustn't tail to mention the new shower rooms for the boys. They were really an asset to the classes. Hats off-to Mr. Stark and the boys who have really made physical education a major subject. sixty-eight GIRLS' GYM Miss Florence King reolly put us through our poces. lt seemed o tough process while we were doing it-it olmost "broke" us, but whot wouldn't we give to live over some of those doys. The gomes we ployed, the stunts we pulled, the muscles we "found"--good "ole" gym! sixiv-Him' ' FOOTBALL The life of the school must be balanced, and the athletic development in our school is a part of this balance. Football was a part of this develop- ment. lt added zest and excitement, it gave boys an opportunity for phys- ical development, it taught lessons, sometimes the hard way, of good sports- manship, team work and loyalty, and it gave publicity to a good team rep- resenting a grand school. As we think back over the present season, and the others which we have enjoyed at Senior High, many memories stalk our minds. There comes back the echo of the band, our well uniformed snappy outfit, strutting down the field playing the Fight song before the players came out. We can see Mr. Patterson in his white uniform, we liked that fellow, raising his hands to begin the Star Spangled Banner. And what a thrill came when our varsity ran out on the field and our cheerleaders put us through our paces! We remember the crowds, the peanut vendors, the kids trying to sneak over the fences, the police trying to keep them out, Mr. Mosier's huge grey sweater, Mr. Richard's curly bare head, Mr. Brown's "how many please?" And between halves we took a stroll with everyone else, shouting and laugh- ing, sometimes meeting o new girl friend or vice versa! Ah the football season-it was wonderful even for the spectators viewpoint. Look at the schedule, look at the icores, look at the players, remember the thrilling Friday night games last Fall. Football was truly one of our outstanding events, especially during our Senior yearl Alumni ....,,,..,..,.,,...Vcc..ccc...,.-....,....,.f -f-ffffffff--f ffrf 6 ' 13 Georges l3 5 Dunbar .....,c. 14 O Jeannette S... l8 0 Redstone .... O 6 Perry 7 YYAg,-YY O North Union 34 0 South Union 28 5 Connellsville e O-l 3 Brownsville ...L ......ccc.. .,.ee L L 49-20 .S'f'7l6'1'llj7 VA 5751 is Q ,E I S i I may Set, Ninety-one-forty-four .... all county material .... up, up, up, and uvvr .... thu Conga limf .... one. two, three, kick .... curly locks . . . 1-nd cxt1'ao1'dina1'y .... Hardy and Cascy-two swell guys. .sr'z'r'11lx'-mir' go vw x ,f Ivy' living! I Li -4 X f 4' Cf 19 Q f C' Ci5 ' ' ffiw Y l? Q K9 I gif lLi C-T2 we lt. 'f'9 WHTHSWU5 1 , ILP? fr:--1 UQ? -'BASKETBALL Fight team, fight! Fight team, fight! And that they did. ln fact they fought their way right up to the championship of Section IX and to the Pitt stadium. There in the quarter finals of the race for state championship, we met an aggressive team from Duquesne High school and in a thrilling game we were defeated. Nevertheless, we had this year a basketball team that would make anyone's heart swell with pride at their accomplishments. Our team started their string of victories under the coaching of Charles Remaley. The latter's resignation left the position to none other than our own "Bus" Albright. He took over the reins and we couldn't have asked for a more energetic coach. Looking at our record of ten victories and two de- feats for the season, we are proud of Coach Albright and his basketball team. The student body supported well the varsity team: Albano, Case, Mur- ray, Ognovich and Sanner. Backed up by Callaghan, Davis, Frankhouser, John, King and Franz, they played the best basketball they knew which proved to be the best basketball in Section IX. As far as we are concerned, our boys are still the champs. Maybe we didn't cheer them so loudly as we should have, maybe we didn't give enough support, but we knew they were keeping up a good "old" U. H. S. tradition of victory. Naturally. we are speaking ot none other than the Junior Varsity. They just seemed to have the right recipe for winning. Clarence G. Stark and his boys deserved every bit of recognition they re- ceived for their efforts. BASK ETBA LL I 943 - I 944 Union town-46 ....... ........ . .,,,,,.,.,...,,,.,,, ,.,,,--,,. G 9 Qrges.-15 Uniontown-44 ,-,,,,,, Charlgrgi-.20 UI1i0IltOWI1-42 .,,,,, California-21 UIli0I1l10'W11-23 ,,,,,,,, Mgnessen.-.25 Uniontown-37 ,,,.--.,4.--,.,,,,, Kiski...30 Uniontown-57 Carmichaels-37 Uniontown-32 Brownsville-30 Uniontown-42 ...... California-26 Uniontown-30 ,,,,,, Latrgbe.-37 Uniontown-37 -,-,,,.,,-g, No,-win..25 Uniontown-38 Uniontown-49 Uniontown-44 Greensburg-24 Kiski-25 Jeannette-16 Uniontown-40 ........... Scottdale-27 Uniontown-42 ....... Connellsville-35 Umontown-36 ,,--- Georges Twp.-13 UI'1i0nt0Wl'1-51 --,,gw--,-.Y- Latl-0139122 Uniontown-34 -,,A7f--7f N01-win-24 Uniontown-43 Greensburg-25 Uniontown-35 Uniontown-33 Uniontown-43 Uniontown-48 Uniontown-24 seventy-three Carmichaels-26 Jeannette-25 Scottdale--24 Connellsville-49 Duquesne-37 MAROON KEY "May l show you to your seat?" This was a much used phrase for us throughout basketball and football seasons. lt seemed a little tough at times, but really we loved it all! seventy-four Every morning, same time. same place .... stage props .... genius at work . smlle, pretty please . , . . he yields thc brush ..,. how they do get around . our surrvy with the convertiblc top ,... .vm 'Ml I Y-I if '1' And So At Last . . . Uniontown Senior High's second wartime annual has become a reality. It has been a startingly new and different chapter of U. H. S. history that it has recorded, and for the annual, too, things have been different. There were shortages of everything: photographic supplies, advertisers, subscriptions-even people to be in pictures. There were times when a staff member who was convinced there would even be a yearbook was as rare as a coca-cola in Mr. Dunn's P. D. class. Many of the things we planned to do were financially impossible. Yet, somehow the pictures were taken, the writeups were handed in, the art work done, and the myriad tasks necessary to transform them all into a book were completed. We, of the staff, hope that you like the result. If you do, our efforts will have been more than repaid. Only by the work and cooperation of many people is the publication of a yearbook made possible. For the fact that there is a l944 Annual and seventy-six for any measure of success which it may achieve, credit should go to the following: Printing and Binding by Little Printing Co. Short, jovial Mr. Laberto of Studio Grande for his splendid co- operation in making the senior and club pictures. Basil L. Smith system for the engravings that were indispensable. Tom George and other "unknown" photographers for their splen- did pictures that were so generously contributed. Kover Kraft for the "swell" cover that you've all noticed, and last but by no means least, thanks are in order to the staff, vital part of every yearbook. Their cooperative efforts have given us this result. To these and to others too numerous to mention the class of '44 gratefully gives thanks for their annual. Carl Risk for his invaluable assistance as an advisor to the business staff. SI'T'1'lIfj'-.Yl'T'l'Il SPONSOR Areford Brothers-Real Estate, 62 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Amber Jewelry Co., Second National Bank Building, Uniontown, Pa. Arcade Optical Co., Second National Bank Building, Uniontown, Pa. Anderson Nut Shop, State Theater Building, Uniontown, Pa. Alpha Florist, 17 So-uth Beeson Ave., Uniontown, Pa. Adolph's Pastry Shop, 26 South Beeson Ave., Uniontown, Pa. Aus1ander's Wall Paper, Beeson at Penn, Uniontown, Pa. Axelrad's, Distinctive Women's Apparel, Beeson Blvd. and South St., Uniontown, Pa. George W. Bechtold Watch and Clock Repairing, 421!2 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Boston Shoe Store, W. J. Dyer, 53 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Brownfield Insurance Agency, Thomas B. Jaquette - Dan O. Little, Blackstone Building, Uniontown, Pa. J. Roy Baer, Plumbing, 163 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Emma Boost, Women's Apparel, 38 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. B. Brunnetti, Real Estate, 80 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. B'enson's, Nuf Ced, 5 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Barton's Flower Shop, 19 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Book's Shoe Store, 34 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Carter and German, Printing, 213 E. Main St. Uniontown, Pa. Campbell-Hathaway, 73 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Cohen Furniture Co., Beeson and Peter Sts., Uniontown, Pa. Crane's O. P. O. Clothes, 37 W. Main St., Unio-ntown, Pa. J. H. Dunn Agency, White Swan Hotel Building, Uniontown, Pa. Diana Drug Store, 25 Broadway, Uniontown, Pa. A. W. Dice, Sporting Goods, 87 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Ellis Music Store, Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Fayette Drug Co., 21-23 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. A. D. Ferguson, 80 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Frederick's Music Store, 61 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. W. H. Farwell Co., Printing, 82 W. Main. St., Uniontown, Pa. C. H. Frost, Gift Shop, 23 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Gates, Clarke, and Boyle, Real Estate and Insurance, 516 Thompson-Ruby Building, Uniontown, Pa. Getty's Character Footwear, Second National Bank Building, Uniontown, Pa. W. T. Grant Co., 29 W. Main S't., Uniontown, Pa. Dr. H. N. Hershman, Veterinarian, 126 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Joseph Haky and Son, Funeral Directors, 139 W. Fayette St., Uniontown, Pa. Hixenbaugh's Drug Store, Corner W. Fayette and S. Mt. Vernon Ave., Uniontown Household Furniture Co., A. L. Lusthaus, Fayette Title and Trust Bldg., Uniontown Hunt's Jewelry Store, John S. Lutz, Mgr., 7 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Ina's Dress Shop, 75 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Jimmy's, 172 E. Main S't., Unontown, Pa. A Friend, Uniontown, Pa. seventy-eight -.- .wr swf, ' ..'. -v SPONSORS Jones Motion Picture Service, 170 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. J. C. Stores. Co., Broadway and Peter St., Uniontown, Pa. Gomer Jones, Jeweler, State Theater Building, Uniontown, Pa. John C. Kacur Tire Service, 143 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Kaufmaxfs, Uniontown's Best Store. Levy's Young Mens Sho-p, Main and Gallatin, Uniontown, Pa. The Libby Dress Shop, 14 North Beeson Blvd., Uniontown, Pa. Leonard's, 11 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Wallace Miller and Bros., Jewelers and Optometrists, 26 E. Main St., Uniontown Metzlers, 22-24 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Main Hardware and Supply Co., Wholesale and Retail, 113 E. Main St., Uniontown B. J. Mundel Co., Home Furnishings on Credit, W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. National Tailors, 851fz W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. J. W. Nichols Jewelry Store, Fayette Title and Trust Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. Norman's Jewelry Store, Main and Gallatin, Uniontown, Pa. Peg Shoppe, Second National Bank Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. J. C. Penney Co., 60 W. Main S't., Uniontown, Pa. Peoples Clothing Co., We Clothe the Entire Family o-n Credit, W. Main St., Union- town, a. I. Rossi, Clover Farm Store, 17 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Misses Rooney and Whitehead, Milliner, 34 Morgantown St., Unio-ntown, Pa. J. G. Ride-r Sons, 7 Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Rosenbaum's Ladies Wearing Apparel, 9 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Select Sho-ppe, Morgantown St., Uniontown, Pa. Sharp and Slazek, Awnings and Upholstering, 211 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Service Radio and Electric Co., 97-99 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. L. Irving Silverman, Insurance of all kinds, Second National Bank Bldg., Uniontown L. J. Sauers, Men's Clothing, 57 W. Main St., Unio-ntown, Pa. Summit Lumber Co., Second National Bank Bldg., Uniontown, Pa. Sally Shop, Uniontown's Leading Ladies Shop, Corner Beeson and Main, Uniontown Schein Bros., Jewelry, Corner Morgantown and Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 94 W. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. The New Dainty Shop CJoe'sJ, 209 E. Main St., Uniontown, Pa. Uniontown Typewriter Repairing Service, 54 E. Main S't., Uniontown, Pa. 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