United High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Armagh, PA)

 - Class of 1941

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V311 Va.a,-'--Ri- ' '--1-f "W' ' Q'-Q.. - V K SI-IAMROCK ff 4 fi my X f rd. , lx . 5345 VOIUITIG I DQO DQQ 4' A ' 090 DQO Year '91-H LX W Of PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS or EAST WI-IEATFIELD-ARMAGI-I I-IIGI-I SCHOOL ARMAGH, PENNSYLVANIA T D23 D?O o?4J On the William Penn Highway 'Neath a sky of changeful hue Stands our beloved high schoolg- 'Ere to it be true! Join the chorus, sound its praises Over hill and dale: Hail to thee, O, Armagh High School Hail to thee, All Hail! Come and join in song together, Shout with might and mieng Our beloved Alma' Mater, Sound her praise again! Here's to her whose name will ever Cherish in our song, Honor, love, and true devotion All to her belong. 2 D90 1941 D941 To show our appreciation for his help in bringing the many new activities into our school, we the Senior Class gratefully dedicate this the first volume of the Shamrock to John D. Jack, our principal. D' f rVV'-X 01 ll' l 5 f 1941 D90 DQG STANDING: George F. McCachren, L. Irvin Naugle, John H. Steph- ens, Kirk O. Brown, Eldon E. Gordon. SEATED: Jacob A. Krouse, J. Mayberry Naugle, Stephen A. Johns- ton, Jno. W. Gordon. ABSENT: Alex S. Elliott. President ....., ..., . . .,,.,, J. Mayberry Naugle Vice-President ,....,., ., Stephen A. Johnston Secretary ,........,.. ..,,,,, Jacob A. Krouse We, the Staff of the Shamrock, wish to take this time to thank the board members for the establishment of the new school activities. We are especially grateful for the establishment of Agriculture, Football and Physical Education. if K o?o Qc :Qc fxaywfgwyf' Zo John D. Jack Clarence I. Aikey Katherine Mellinger Gerald L. Barker A HE I JOHN D. JACK, Supervising Principal K T R NE MELLINGER A. B. Penn State College A. B. Wilson College, University of M A. University of Michigan Pittsburgh, Johnstown Center L tin and Mathematics Ed. Penn State, Bucknell and Indiana a American History and Problems of De- I I, mocracy S. CLARENCE I. AIKEY B. S Slippery Rock Teachers Colleg. ' N Br Physical Ed., coach, Health, L ghszi College Teachers College nd English BARKER a ff' . v. at yvvvffxl-'Nrfu D. Raymond Mack Dorothy North Woodrow Schrock D. Paul Simmons D. RAYMOND MACK WOODROW SCHROCK B. S. Indiana State Teachers College A. B. Penn State College M. Univ. of PIttSbl1I'gh, Penn State Agricultural Education English, History, Civics D. PAUL SIMMONS B. S. Penn State College, Indiana State DOROTHY NORTH Teachers College, University of Pitts- B. S. Indiana State Teachers College burgh, Johnstown Center Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand, Busi- Science, Physics, Biology, Civics, Chem- ness Law. istry 5 Armagh, Pa., April 18, 1941. Dear Faculty Members, The Senior Class of 1941, wish to thank you for everything you have done for us, for the kind help and patience you have exercised to teach us the fundamentals of life. We wish to thank each teacher individually: Mr. Jack, for his patience in trying to get the fundamentals of Every- day American Democracy securely fixed in our minds. Through his teach- ing we all hope to become better citizens. Mr. Aikey, for drilling us in rules and exercises which will keep our bodies in a fit and healthy condition. Also for his good football and basket- ball coaching, which has helped win the games and has given the students a pride in their school. Miss Mellinger, who has given many helpful suggestions in trying to make this book a success and has directed all of the plays that we have presented. She has also won our favor in teaching us Latin and Mathe- matics. Mr. Barker, who has been coaching us in the practice of good English and giving us practice in speaking before a group of people. He has also been organizing a band and orchestra which gives prestige to the school. Mr. Mack, for having applied himself diligently to teach us American History, which has taught us to respect and love our country and have a more patriotic interest in her since we know her background. Miss North, our new commercial teacher, for her help in making sec- retaries and stenographers out of us. She has succeeded in her field. Mr. Schrock, the man who is a whiz at agriculture, for his patient work in trying to make farmers out of our boys. Also for his coaching in soil conservation and other useful things about nature. Mr. Simmons, our Academic teacher, who through the teaching of his course has taught us things about real life. If his advice be followed one will never get hurt neither by chemicals nor by electricity. We again wish to thank you for all the privileges you have given us. We wish to apologize for all of the headaches we have caused you and in the future will try to live up to the standards you have taught us. Sincerely your, SENIOR CLASS OF 1941. YQG D90 S I llxxl if fw wwlk M ' X 0 I I Ili S 2 X 1 -- ' A ,u 5 fji '11, Q55 1, .--.,-:it Q! QI' cd D941 o'?o D20 JJ I . .ivy V- I" ' Q . 9' "" 'YI' hi fin X , I . 8 SOPHIE ANDERSON A pretty girl, An honest friend A helping hand, She'll always lend. JOHN BAKO Inclined to be lazy A smiling chap, He made a good athlete On his four year lap. GEORGE BRACKEN To him, Everything will satisfy. He takes things easy, As the world goes by. LIAM CAMPBELL A bright young chap, And an honest guy. He's always grinning, He'll never sigh. RALPH CONRAD Always up to mischief, Tho it's only all in fun. He's just a friendly class- mate And quite a little one. I ' 1 ff. :Z 'rffff ' 1 fu. ,?. MARY BALKO A friendly girl A smiling lass, At cooking things She'll more than pass. LAVERNE BREHM A lovely blond lass, Who's full of fun, Her singing ability Cheers everyone GLEN CARNEY A friend to everyone Never a foe, You'll hear his sales talk Wherever you go. WILLIAM CURRIE A smiling chap Who's not hard to please A good athlete Who knows ,how to tease. MARION DICK Dignified, yet friendly, And very neat, Her snazzy clothes Just can't be beat. 1941 So GEO. I-IERSHBERGER A very tall youth Well mannered is he, His manners and courtesy Are tops, we agree. HAZEL HIXSON A witty gal, Yet studious too, Sh,e's always happy, And never blue. WILLIAM HIXSON A mischievious fellow, Always alert. A practical joker, Who doesn't flirt. JANET JARVIE A dashing personality, A fharming smile, A girl who has friends, Who are all worth while. RONALD MATHEWS Bright in .his class, Yet he can be fun, If you're in need of a pal, He's the one! 621 ERNEST FRY An amiable person, Who can take a joke. Once a friendship's made, It's never broke. WILLIAM HILDEBRAND A good athlete, And quite a Romeo A lzanclsome chap, Always on the go. THERMA HIXSON I A tall blond lass, 0 Who's as neat as' inet., xi She goes for h.o . 'eepiblg With vigor and vim. -' I xy MARY HUCZKO An intelligent Miss, - With a charming smile, To help out a friend, Sh.e'd walk a mile. Qi WILLARD I A friendly chap, it And yozi'll find by and by That he's a swell pa And a regular guy. nj W 2,. Fr -i. A x :So 03941 o?o I 4 ,lrlfij 4 fix K to IO 'Q , lil! yy , J 1 f t , 1. ' lj' -J' BALANCHE MCCOMBS fy . .. ' 'NA sweet disposition, ' 4. fi To those who try to please, A vicious temper, To those who try to tease. SARAH MCKELVEY Quiet and shy, With a friendly smile, To help a friend, She'd walk a mile. WALTER MISNER A heart throb for girls Is this handsome lad, He's always grinning, And never sad. VERONICA RONCHAK Bright brown eyes, And a gay sparkling smile, A peppy girl, With lots of style. PHYLLIS SHILEY She may be tiny, She may be short, But for all her size, She's U. pretty good sport. J 1? L' ,..-K Ji - 5, ' i If .' ., V HELEN MCLAUGHLIN Tho she's got a nasty temper She's a mighty nice gal, Full of fun and laughter, And everyone's pal. JENNIE PLOWMAN Blond, blue eyed, A popular student, A swell companion, Who never acts prudent. HELEN RONCHAK Gay, like her sister, And friendly, too, A swell girl to know, Loyal and true. RUTH SHOUP Never disagreeable, Ready to be your pal, Nothing daunts her spirit, For she's a jolly gal. RUTH SLOUGHFY She .has plenty of friends, She couldn't have foes, She greets all with a smile, Wherever she goes. DQO 1941 JAMES SNOBY Tall, dark and handsome? Well - I don't know, But he's quite a hit with the ladies, So, I guess it's so. DOROTHY STUTZMAN A handy helper, Who's a lot of fun, She can take a joke, A1111 is loyal to everyone. ERNE ST TOTH A boacer's muscle, A scientist's brain, A right good fellow, Wlzo isn't vain. SUZANNE VARHOLAK A beauty with brains, Is this friendly girl, To know all she knows, Would make your head whirl. HAROLD WAKEFIELD Plenty of brain matter, B-ut bashful is he, A popular boy, Who will always agree. 620 if MARGIE SMITH She has a big heart, Tho' she's a small girl. She loves to dance, And boy! Can she ivhirl! MELVIN STUART Never feeling down and out He never gives a sigh, A likeable chap, Who's a regular guy. THELMA STUTZMAN Quiet and studious, Sweet and shy, A curious little senior, Always askin' why? " GEORGE TROSKA Every inch a gentleman, Reserved and shy, Many are his friends, 'Cause he's a reg'lar ROBERT WAGNER Tho his pestering 'might Want to make you fight, PX' When you get to know him, J He's all right. 3 s Eg 1941 1941 o'?o OFFICERS: President ..A,........,,,,. KATHLEEN WHYTE Of .her it's a part, face, Lies a soft heart. Fun, laughter and gaiety, But beneath that gay sur LILLIAN WIDMAR A charming smile, A cheerful Hello! Sh,e'll have friends, Wherevefr she'll go CLASS OF 1941 Vlce-President ......... ....... Secretary ............ Treasurer ........,.., MOTTO : They conquer, who think they can. YELL: Jennie Plowman Helen McLaughlin Ruth Sloughfy George Troska Full of knowledge, pep and fung We're the class of '41. COLORS: Maroon and Grey FLOWER : Red Carnation I2 o?o o?o oS?o CLASS HISTORY OF 1941 September 7, 1937, a memorable date to the students of Armagh High School, marked the entry of the class of '41. Scarcely had we 68 students acclimated ourselves until we achieved honors by winning the magazine salesmanship contest of 1937. Under the direction of our able instructor, Mr. J. Kyle Work, we energetic pupils set about to organize ourselves, Fri- day, October 1. Laverne Brehm was the Classes' choice for President, while Jennie Plowman was selected Vice-President, Ruth Sloughfy, Secre- taryg and George Troska, Treasurer. As the year sped on, the class dis- tinguished itself by sponsoring the first public pie social which proved to be quite a success. Time traveled swiftly, and soon we found ourselves parting for a short three month vacation. Upon reassembling in the fall, the class, under the sponsorship of Miss Katherine Mellinger, selected Harold Wakefield, President 3 Jennie Plow- man, Vice-Presidentg Ronald Mathews, Secretary and George Troska, Treasurer. The class energetically set about to select our class colors, and class design, motto and slogan, after a Freshman-Sophomore Party had been sponsored. The balance of the year traveled fast, indeed, for before we realized it, we again separated for our summer vacation. We came back refreshed and immediately started work on the Junior Play "Almost Eighteen," which was presented November 13-14, 1939. This took place after we had selected James Lloyd as our President, Jennie Plowman, Vice-President: Ruth Sloughfy, Secretary and George Troska, Treasurer. Soon after Christmas we began the task of selecting class rings. After considerable controversy the Bastian "Streamliner" was chosen. We next took upon ourselves the task of sponsoring the Junior-Senior Banquet, which was held at Rustic Lodge May 4, 1941. It was not long 'till the term came to a close and we bid farewell 'till autumn. As we, fnow seniorsj, reassembled, we re-elected James Lloyd, Presi- dent, Jennie Plowman, Vice-President, Ruth Sloughfy, Secretary, and George Troska, Treasurer. A short time after his election, James moved from our district and Jennie therefore assumed his ofiice, and Helen Mc- Laughlin was elected vice-president. Scarcely had we reorganized 'till we planned sponsoring our Senior Play, "Too Many Husbands", which was presented November 14-15, 1940. We next broke the ice by sponsoring a first roller skating party ever held by an Armagh Class after sponsoring a second skating party, March 6, we awoke to find our final semester rapidly concluding. As we view the future we find our baccalaureate ser- vices scheduled for Sunday, May 25, followed by the commencement exer- cises, the climax of our scholastic careers, will occur May 29. And so concludes the scholastic history of a class, who Qin the words of Caesarj "has come, has seen and has conquered." fAt least we think so.J Name Anderson Balko Brehmk Dick 'M Hixson Hixon Huczko J arvie M,cCombs McKelvy McLaughlin Plowman Ronchak Ronchak Shiley Shoup Slou ghf y Smith Stutzman Stutzman Varholak White Widmar I Name Bako Bracken Campbell Carney Conrad Currie Fry Hershherger Hildebrand Hixon Ling Mathews Misner Snoby Stuart Toth Troska Wagner Wakefield Ill o?o o?o :Qc DIRECTORY FOR SENIOR GIRLS Nickname Likes Dislikes Favorite Saying Sonja Bicycle Rides Snobs My goodness Mary To Gossip Class Meeting Oh My Vernie Singing Sour notes Golly Neds Dickie High Society Foolishness Kiddo Hazel Boys Herself Tell me huh Sis Skating Rudeness Oh! Shorty J. D. Snobs Oh gee Janet Roger Reciting Wowsie Toots Dancing Teasing Leave me be Sarey Kids To recite My, My Helen Candy Stage shows Can you beat that Kitch Parties Health class Oh that's right Hank To be different Dignity Uh huh Vern Flirting To recite Who me Sis To dance To recite Gee whiz Bernie Hawaiian music Gossip You don't say Ruthie Belle To smile Rainy days You know kid Smitty All sports Poor losers Could be Dot Reading Exams Oh my Thelma Latin Home work Oh my gosh Sue Dancing Ill Manners Good Heavens Kathy To get angry To be quiet Oh no Lil Sweets School Did she Nickname Likes Dislikes Favorite Saying Yonk Basketball High opera Ah! George To day dream To study What Bill To be gentle To fire Oh heck Glenn Sales talk To study K All right Rasty Automobiles Poetry Hen with it Cyclone Health Speaking You're askin' me Ernie Bees Dancing Let me see Georgie Certain girls Tacks Golly Hoot Girls To dress up Isn't it Bill Western shows High opera Why daddy Fats Drums Classes Let's see Ronald To talk Ford V8's O. K. Walt Trips School I don't know Jim Girls Hill Billies It's a deal Geese Agriculture To study Oh well Ernie Music Arguments Prove it George To be alone Loud noise Yes Bob Loaf To sit up Stuck up Pinhead To recite Girls Well! let's see Elini' X 0- l 'I V' ORS fblfb db U 25? ' fi . '-LA' My W s' . A lv X , mga-ll? Nl I 'l i 7 ,5" :. 5 , A 9 N? 2 ...,:v. '35, ' is A qv I J. L V N , QAYH I my U' W: . W Lx S ' V 8 , V ' iljyg. X Qi, i I 1. l , "' ' rj all ' ' Pl. g , -. qs IW ,i r S ii r f ' 1 . lil + ' ' I ' , ' , k . ' 4. . . ' ' n v av if r Q ' Q' i s 5' Q I . 1 T . an-I4 I q A ,A L ln. 'cs ' ,H 4' I . I S , , J Tx "2 . I . M A- I f in v A ' I 4: .. 5 L 6' sl A 4 st t ,Pg 5 y., gh A 'A , 5 4 D A 1 . - i t 'J' X . I sa X Q. A I Qin I 'N' 1597, R 'N 1 - qt. L I Q Y- A b A . y 'tx . ,I- - i K' I ' W tl f' .. W 6 ,J 1, Q. , ,W V, , I f .,. .': f iiw j 4 ,4 1xamwL. V ,igjnafx-X V' C In 1 f I ' fs iq Q - 4, ' 'fs b ' 1 1' - V- f 4 V' 4 3 ' ' J - - 1 .. B D lllxlx J . In ,Cru -'Q r'4r JUNIORS X'-.XL-M lp-:I "FIRST ROW: Marabelle Altemus, Robert Altemus, Joe Barelich, 4' " Joe Busony, LewisNCarithers, Inez Colangelo, Lydia Colangelo, Guido De Sabatino, Mac Dias. SECOND ROW: Eugene Dick, Calvin Duncan, Gladys Fry, Ruth Fry, Betty Graham, Marjorie Heider, Lee Hess, Wilma J. ,xx , Hollingsworth, Ann Huczko. X . Q- , jf THIRD ROW: Benjamin Jimines, Sarah Kaminsky, Norma Lane, JF -xv ' Vernon Lee, Kathryn McCachren, Lucille Moose, Clarence Muir, . Q Helen Myers, John Patrick. , V Q FOURTH ROW: Thomasene Provenzano, Joe Reha, Doris Rudnik, .X F mill Donald Silbaugh, Donald Shearer, George Shoup, Donald Stiles, Virginia Stutzman, Henry Tomasko. FIFTH ROW: Virginia Tomb, Clara Tewart, Theresa Varholak, Arlene Youngdahl. OFFICERS Q President .,,............. .,.,.,..,........,r.....,,,.,.....,.,.,........,,,,.....,...r.....,.. L ee Hess Vice-President ......, ,,...,ic,..... G uido De Sabatino Secretary ,......,,,...,r ,,..... W ilma Hollingsworth Treasurer ....,.. ,...,.,.,,,..,.,,,.,,,. N orma Lane I5 X l offs S SGVY1 5 DQO o?c1 EQO I6 i Dj SOPHOMORES FIRST ROW: Marjorie Bagley, Hazel Hess, Doris Conrad, Eva Mae Shoup, Ruth Mack, Maxine McCune, Dorothy Stiles, Mildred Lepeta, Veronica Kubulek, Francis Slesinger, Margaret Parsley, Marion Young, Olive Mack, Gertrude Huey, Helen Bolgar. SECOND ROW: Carmella Giangirolima, Ruth Davis, George Anne Klink, Helen Torok, Frances Heider, Eileen Law, Margaret Hammacek, Florence McCullough, Viola Law, Louise Camey, Alice Hunt, Ilabelle Woods, Beatrice Campbell, Gilda Ragonesi, Eileen Krouse. I THIRD ROW: Joe Nida, James Zett, Edward Deyarmin, Mike Svilar, Frank Holupka, Robert Carney, Walter Bracken, John Offman, Cecil Younkin, Kenneth Nealer, James Plowman, David Mack, George Mash. Sponsor: Mr. Aikey. OFFICERS President ........ ........ J ames Plowman Secretary .....,r, ....,.. M arion Young Treasurer ...,,l.. ......... M ike Knapic o?o o?o 1941 FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: Tom Moffit, Walter McGinnis, Ira Stiles, Bob Krouse, Bill Paul, Maurice Troska, Stanley Offman, Mike Berezansky, John Franklin, Elmer Ripper, John Rowthorn, Fred De Sabatino. SECOND ROW: Mr. Mack, Eleanor Casado, Dorothy Prisk, Lela Dawn Gordon, Rose Kuzminsky, Ann Fenchak, Gladys Swats- worth, June Shingler, Ivy Mae Ling, Mary Young, Betty Stiles, Rose Butch, Dorothy Young, Lois McCachren, Zelma Lindsey, Mary Kubic. THIRD ROW: Gerald Swatsworth, Jack Bracken, Irene Bolgar, Mar- gie Campbell, Dorothy Silbaugh, Jessie Zett, Roberta Troska, Ethel Machak, Shirley Mathews, Ester Johns, Louise McMullen, Florence Tomasko, Stella Solich, Josephine McCullough, Martha Palmer, Dorothy Dickey, Henry Mroczka, Richard Howard. FOURTH ROW: John Anderson, Lloyd Mack, Leslye Bennett, George Simon, Paul Thomas, Sam Carbone, Calvin Cresswell, Lawson Hollinbaugh, Owen Johnson, Mac Stiles, Edward Mc- Laughlin, Wayne Tomb, Steve Kedves, Russell Stiffier, George Muzick. OFFICERS President .............,... ,......,.,.,...,..,..,,,r..,,..,.......... .,,,..,r P a ul Thomas Vice-President ....... ....,.... O wen Johnson Secretary ........,,.,.... .,.......... A nn Oleska Treasurer ...... ...... I vy Mae Ling ls FIRST ROW: Donald Grifiith, Raymond Paul, Ralph McGinnis, Roy Sell, Frank Stiles, Duane Shearer, Mike Jula. SECOND ROW: Treva Neff, Jennie Litwen, Mary Torok, Shirley Williams, Almeda French, Katherine Ludwig, Martha Ludwig, Mary Stutsman, Beatrice Cole, Dora Ricci. THIRD ROW: Glenn Hunt, Floyd Rohrabaugh,William Slippy, Clifford Rudnick, Harry Mack, Sain Barelich, Allan Martin, William Campbell, Marlin Stutsman, Miss Riggs. FOURTH ROW: Robert Shank, John Yurkovich, Andrew Shaffer, Pete Dubil, Joe La Rosa, Clare Braken, Mike Buchkoski, Edward Lawther, Paul La Rosa, James Williams. FIRST ROW: Mary Lou McCachren, Janet Troska, Martha Hutchinson, Dorothy Nay- lor, Rose Girolami, Dorothy McCullough, David Stinson, Frank Ling, William How- ard, Helen Rudnik, Mary Berezansky, Jennie Beltz, Virginia Trindle, Betty Ressler, Helen De Rubis. SECOND ROW: William Lawther, Robert McCachren, Jessie McGinnis, Wayne Brown, Edward Rutura, Paul Carboni, Carl Fry, George Svilar, George Slippy, William Ron- chak, Junior Rager, Wilbur Stiles, John Holupka, Guy Mack. THIRD ROW: Mr. McDowell, Donald Sloughfy, Dennis Mackall, Delbert Hess, Deane Plowman, Wilbert Ressler, Ralph Felton, Eugene Labancz, Lowry Ressler, Fred Car- ney, Dwight Plowman, Leo Garshnick, William Labancz, Jack Hixson. 'x ACTIVITIES , X 54 xi! ' K5 -'gm 'VM Q 'wx . CLUBS UU QL! 7 fj 0 ,6 If 'JM , W 2 N is 5' ' ' if H I F i x ,il if . W r A QSMWVSPORTS X A I? -L S.. :Yo 1941 1941 Y ly lvl' ily fs I Editor-in-Chief Suzanne Varholak Associate Editor , Mary Huczko Business Manager is r H r . ,,.. r , r r Glen Carney Assistants r Willard Ling, Ronald Mathews, George Hershberger Senior Editors Photography Editor Art Editor Activities Editor Sports Editor Circulation Editor . Assistant Typing Editor Faculty Advisor , Sophie Anderson, Helen McLaughlin, Margie Smith r , George Troska Veronica Honchak r Harold Wakefield Ruth Sloughfy Sarah McKelvy Hazel Hixson r Janet Jarvie Katherine Mellinger 1941 03741 1941 HILLTOP REVIEW ' Editor-in-Chief A,,,,A,.A A ,A...A. ,..,A,.,,,,. .,...,A,.......,..,.,... , . . , S Jennie Plowman Associate Editor . .,. A..,. ....., .........,A,..A,.. V i rginia Tomb Activities Editor ,....,e ,e.,,,i,,i. W ilma J. Hollingsworth Art Editor .si,...,i.., eieeie ieeee.... V e ronica Ronchak Sports Editor eee.,.,.., .,......e...,,.....,.., J ack Shirra Business Manager ie.,i..,. eie.eeeei G lenn Carney Printing Manager ieeeeeeeei eeeeeeeeei L ee Hess Reporters Freshman .t.,,..,,,,. ..ti,tt, , Mary Young A . Sophomore ......... ,rr.,.......,.. J oe Nida 'V "' f"""'U""uA Junior ......,r,.. ,, r,i,i ,, . Gladys Frye Senior rr,.,....,r rrrrir... H arold Wakefield Charles .,......,..,........... ,....,..,,,,... ,.,,...... ,,,...i.,i,,, ,,..... S u z a nne Varholak Robindale ,..,i....ii.irr,,...ii.r.ii..iii.ir,,....,ri,,,i,. -.,., i..ir,,i....ii.,..,..i,.,..,..ii...... K athleen Whyte Typists-Margie Smith, Janet Jarvie, Laverne Brehm, Helen McLaughlin, Ruth Sloughfy ,, Sponsors ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.ww,,,,,i,,..,,, ,.,,,,,,, Miss North, Mr. Mack 2l O AGRICULTURE sa eva eva .Q VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE The year 1940 has marked a memorable milestone in the progress of our high school, for, during this year, vocational was first installed as a full time course. Offering manual as well as mental instruction, the course listed such subjects as poultry husbandry, vegetable and ornamental gardening, farm mechanics, farm management and accounts, animal husbandry and fruit production. This year some sixty-five pupils have been successfully in- structed in the art of agriculture by Mr. Woodrow Schrock. The officers of the organization are: President ,,.i,.....,,r,........,......,,....,..,....,...,..,..,. ....... J oe Busony Vice-President ..,...,..,.. ..,,..,.. L ee Hess Secretary .......ii...... ......rr..ir..,...ii......o,........... J ohn Patrick Scribes .......rr,. r..,..o H arold Wakefield, Joe Nida 22 1941 03741 1941 K ,N Harold Wakefield I'1'0sirIcr1f DQO Frances Helder igl'f'I'!'f1l ry 1941 Mr. Jack Sponsor Purpose: Under the guidance of Mr. Jack, it is attempting to bring' about more cooperation between the student body and the administration. lt has accomplished this by permitting the students to participate in the control and management of approving school functions. This is valuable in eliminating undesirable functions and avoiding con- flicts. . CL4o?o 1941 DQO ames Plowinan l,'l'f'Si1Il'IIf DQQ Ruth Davis Vice' I'r4'sfr1cnt bun. 0941 Veronica Kuhulek Sl'l"I'l'f1l ry Marion Young TI't'1lfHIl rv r Purpose: The purpose of the A. R. C. is to raise money for school activi- ties, such as basketball and football equipment, or any activity that needs financial help. It is also to promote interest in the school. 23 o?o 1941 15741 lnllgg i arf xiii SQ 1 tb 4 , Purpose: The purpose of the Hilltop Songbirds is to present musical pro- grams to the public every year. The 'tHilltop S0ngbirds" is spon- sored by Mr. Barker. DQO DQO L90 Purpose: The purpose of the Varsity Club is to promote a better under- standing and feeling of sportsmanship between the athletes. Only the boys who have earned a letter in one of the sports are able to join the club. This club is sponsored by Aikey. DANU DYO DYQ DYO Qc ,J in-J H I ' Qxxi i L , CLARINETS: Marabelle Altemus, Katherine McCachren, Donald Shearer, Martha Hutchison, Mack Stiles, Wayne Brown. TRUMPETS: Harry Mack, Robert Shank, William Howard, Robert ML-Feaders, Mary Lou McCachren. DRUMMERS: Junior Rager, William Lawther, Willard Ling. TROMBONE: Robert Krouse, Richard Howard. SYMIIOLS: Edgar Lawther. ALTO HORN: Dorothy Prisk. IIARITONIC: Robert McCachren. SPONSOR: Mr. Barker. M 02741 DQQ rio W !"fJf" M Q- 4- W I -at K K . V . FIRST VIOLINS: Vernon Lee, Mack Dias, Thomas Moffitt. SECOND VIOLINS: Josephine McCullough, Shirley Mathews, Ivy Mae Ling, Leila Dawn Gordon. , TROMBONE: Robert Krouse, Richard Howard. PIANO: Mary Young. CLARINET: Marabelle Altemus, Katherine McCachren. ALTO HORN: Dorothy Prisk. sv' NM o?o DQO 6?o "TOO MANY HUSBANDSM On the evenings of November 14th and 15th, the Senior Class pre- sented "Too Many Husbands", a riotious comedy in three acts. The play was directed by Katherine Mellinger. The cast of characters is as follows: Mattie Brooks ,. V... ,,..... G GG ,,,, r.....,.,..,i G G G G Ruth Sloughfy Tina .... ,,,.. G s,,,,s G Mrs. Goodrich Evelyn ,,... .......,,rs ...,., Jlmmy ,,,, G G. Marian Dick GG Glen Carney Hobart ..i. G e,ieess srssee G GG sss,... Helen McLaughlin Laverne Brehm GG s...ir. G G George Troska Mimi Rankin .,...... Blanche McCombs Jan Jansen G Tom Stone Samson Stone G G Ilerbert Wells ...r. GG G GG GG G Ester Wells GG GG GGGGGGGGGGGG Jack Shirra G,G.GGG Ronald Mathews George Hershberger William Campbell G G GGG. .G GGGGG Hazel Hixon "ALMOST EIGHTEENH "Almost Eighteen", a three-act comedy by Dana Thomas, was pre- sented by the Juniors. The play was given at the school auditorium Thurs- day and Friday evenings, November 6-7, 1939. Betty Thompson and James Lloyd were seen in the leading roles. The production was under the direction of Miss Katherine Mellinger. Other members of the cast included: William Barry Grace Barry Beatrice Barry Mabel Warren Mrs. Granville Eddie GG GG George GGGGGGG .. Ann GGGGGGGGG Tommy GG Sally GGGG G GGGGGGGG GGGG G Mr. Merritt GGGGGG .GGGG G GG GG Miss Dalrymple G Glen Carney G ,G Ruth Sloughfy G Margie Smith GG . Laverne Brehm Marian Dick G GGG, G James Lloyd Ronald Mathews Betty Thompson Jack Shirra Blanche McCombs James Doyle Janet Jarvie D? o?4J o?o l 1 FOOTBALL A few days before school started this year our new coach, Clarence Aikey, called all High School boys who were interested in playing football to come to practice. Then, and after the opening of school a large group of boys reported and donned uniforms. Several days later, of course, the team had been cut down to a num- ber that we thought would do a good job of fighting for good old A. H. S. The breaks this year seemed to have favored the other side but we are confident that with one year's experience, our team is ready to win next year. We wish to extend our appreciation to the citizens of the community and the students for the attitude in which they accepted football and hope Armagh that through the coming years you remain as faithful. FOOTBALL SCORES New Florence 7 . Armagh 0 Pine Twp- 2122? 3 13532222 J V Armagh 6 Hooversville g . ' ' Armagh 0 Richland Armagh 13 Wilmore Armagh 15 Blacklick Armagh 0 Sagamore ,f H31 ,w WSQLQM- ,f - ' gs " '- , ,, im' LA L I Y W Ikik ,. U A .... . ,Q ' ' 'wf W 1' ' -ff 1, O ... - "M - -Q f 'N ...lf-vw 4' ,,. -,w-+'1., -Af-.'-an-'bl' - , - .-. .f ti qH-- w V . f fbkvf X -Q 5 'f .v,,,',"-'A ..L',fH 3 I-A 7 "2" Q-'. Y' "W 2 . 2-.f gs-.W K.. -wp-gy . ,A A ,ini , 'W ' ,f ,Jw-, .A xf ,L , fa. , . ,.-W . .. . A 'fn .A w?'k'm'g,.,k . 1 ...gm .2 ,g .A V SIX MAN FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS A ELEVEN MAN FOOTBALL ,,. DI-LDIXEIDI-XLL DYO DYO BYO V A R if T Y 4 Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Southfork Rockwood Wilmore Beaverdale Lilly Southmont Blacklick Vintondale Dale Richland 32 19 Q9 -4.4 36 33 18 39 14 44 63 Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Armagh Bolivar Rockwood Wilmore Beaverdale Southmont Blacklick Vintondale Dale Richland Bolivar 1941 o?4J 0370 SEPTEMBER- 3. Hi Ho! It's back to school we go. 5' New Class, Health with a new teacher, Mr. Aikey. We like them both. 10. All out for a pep meeting today. Nothing like the wide open spaces to get extra pep. 25' Our first movie this semester, "Peck's Bad Boy." OCTOBER- 4 Hildebrand made his first touchdown of the season. Nice work, 19 22 25 31 31 Bill. Falling snowflakes caused students to scramble for their ear muffs. Report Cards. Enuff Sed. The man in the black hat visited us today, slipped off with our pictures. High School Hallowe'en Party. We all agree it was the best. The year book staff was selected. The capable staff was headed by Suzanne Varholak. NOVEMBER- 1 6 8 13 28 14-15 What? No school today! Teachers aren't getting soft-hearted, are they? Oh, hunting season. That's different but I still don't know whether I'1l get over the shock or not. Movie day-goody, only if they cut the third period I won't be able to loaf because that's supposed to be study hall. Someone said a student council meeting today. I certainly hope they set a date for a party or dance or something. This school's as dead as a doorknob. Phys. Ed. today turned out very well. We had exactly fifteen minutes gym work. A movie today-Well, give me a stick of chewing gum and let's go. Senior Play nights-"Too' Many Husbands,"-Comments, "Very Good." 28-29: Two holidays for Thanksgiving-good-I never could get up the morning after the day before. DECEMBER- 6. A great day for Armagh's basketball fans. We won the first game of the season. Yea Team! 15: "Gee" only ten more shopping days till Christmas. 20. No more pencils, no more books until next year. It's Christmas vacation : JANUARY- 2: Listen! A bell. Oh! yes, back to school, just another year be- ginning. 30 8 . 17 ' 24-27: First movie of year, was enjoyed by all, and boy was it a thriller! Student Council got in a huddle for some brain work. Crepe placed over the door-Exams began. 28' Four score and 10 days to go. Yipper! I FEBRUARY- 7. Mr. Nagle and Son were here, but all High School students were 14. 15 18 21 26 27 disappointed-Imagine! It was too dark. Did Cupid get you? Or did you get a good laugh from your fun- ny Valenties? Just a laugh for most of us! St. Valentines day struck Armagh with a bang! Remember?? The Junior Party! A good time was had by all. Mr. E. A. Rowlands was here to give us some pointers on hobbies. We give our thanks, we are sure it helped. More brainwork for the Student Council. 'Rainbow on the River", at least we thought so, but we were dis- appointed when we heard the announcement read. "No movie to- day." Poor Connections! CNo, "Rainbow on the River."J This isn't leap year. Or is it? Guess not, but we sure were leap- ing over classes fsome may call it skippingj. Extra long assem- bly, also "Rainbow on the River." At last! MARCH- 1: Saturday-Have you enough pennies saved to buy your Sham- rock? -LJ EMM.-.. , 4 Tournament at Indiana-Did we win? 33-'33 "4"U""' Gdtuj 5: Crash! Don't get excited folks-Seniors had a skating party and some insisted on cleaning up the floor. 12 "Oliver Twist" comes to school. A little late I'd say. 13 Full moon, I suppose some of you noticed, or did YOU! 14. End of week. Got to class on time. Reason Class didn't meet. 21: More Brain Work, You guessed it-the Student Council meet. 26 "Hoosier Schoolboy" takes a bofw at Armagh. 28: Bad day for teachers, students were out watching the birdie dur- ing classes. APRIL- 1' All Fools day-No exemptions. 2 Smell! Spring has arrived. 11-12- 17-18 23: MAY 1- 2 25 28 13-14: Easter Greetings one and all. "Sunshine Twins"-Note to cast-Couldn't have been better. Seven days till May, meanwhile on with school. Grade school presents Operetta. Ah! Baccalaureate. Commencement! Seniors commence to wonder which way to turn. on-ff 1 .fliiujuxf 4 hwfw'-1' - r NW 32 I 1941 1941 DQG l l w FIRST ROW: William Hildebrand, Blanche McCombs, Mary Huczko, Therma Hixson. SECOND ROW: Sophie Anderson, Margie Smith, Kathleen White, Sarah McKelvy THIRD ROW: Laverne Brehm, Hazel Hixson, George Hershberger, Janet Jarvie FOURTH ROW: Harold Wakefield, William Hixson. N233 Calle f AAYXKKATAQ - l, 4 -gif ,f ff! -Af !allxlfS ldfA X, Q 'M-,XirNgQQj'J of Mr. Harry Tinckum, our janitor, has been with the school for approx- imately fifteen years. He has done many things for us which we have always taken for granted. We the Seniors Wish to thank him for all the kindnesses he has done for us. x V xx ADJ " WJ w lf J nmol aw ll! 5 t Q 1 r LN J ,.. l W I, , X 1 5 XXX X ff! W! f Q5 I , C f 5 X ' ff! 'iff k fl Exif? -E? v! ' L ?-. SKI! Fx fi? zfgfwzlffff' f 7: f4,,.ff6Zfl3 fi' ffffy jpi-Iijfigs f E Jw ZF 09J545QfU.5 mwfw 2iLtt7?nA HZifQL4t46' YifMLZh7'u! f ' ,,,.i Q I . 0 ,QQ ,,,c W U .. ,je MW w .-,Q 'i.'f,24l'-Y ' Wav fi! 'Q ai 1,61 -1 M , 5. 5 'Q,- A .. A, nf? 1'A ,LU - 5223 V1 - gil! 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