D S Keith Junior High School - Yearbook (Altoona, PA)

 - Class of 1934

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l I I l l I Adamack, Helen Adelman, Harry Adelson, Abraham Albright, Robert Albright, Sally Alexander, Paul Aller, Wava Alloway, Ruth Ammerman, Carl Ammerman, Emily Ammerman, Pauline Antes, lna Auker, Albert Babiak, Helen Bailey, Billy Barry, Jack Barry, William Bathgate, Jack Beason, Robert Beck. Edna Beck, Louise Beichler, Gilbert Bender, Marian Benson, Milton Benson, Thelma Benton, Martha Berkstresser, Emmett Berkstresser, Virginia Bidoli, Lewis Bigelow, Ruth Bittner, Jane Bloomfield, Gladys Bohn, Marguerite Boltz, Mary Louise Boslet, Florine Bowers, Flora Bowers, Virginia Boyd, William Breit, Leona Brode, Harold Brown, .James Brubaker, Miriam Bruckman, Harold Buddlc, Erdean Burke, Anna Ruth Burket, Charles Burley, Jesse Bussard, .lane Butler, Emanuel Byrne, Harry Carothers, Kenneth Carr, Margaret Casciotti, Edith Cassarly, Francis Cassidy, Gerald Ceeula, Genevieve Cherry, Leroy Chileote, Willis Clair, .lohn Clark, Thompson Clemens, Naomi Coldwell, George Coleman, Harold Coleman, Thelma Condon, Boyd Conerly, Logan Conrad, Naom Consalvo, Frank Crabtree Ruth Craggs, Edna Craiger, Ernest Craine. .l ay Craw, Leroy Crawford, Catherine Crider. ii illiarn Crilly. Betty Crouse, Sarah Crump, Earl t'unin1ings, Calvin Curry, Beverly G. Danby, Spencer David, Edward G. Davis, William Delozier, lsabel Delozier, Lee Dcppen, Evelyn Deppen, Kenneth Detwiler, Jack Dibert, Thomas Dick, Helen Dodson, Eloise Dry, Charles Dougherty, Hazel Dumm, Paul Dzwonkowski, Helen Ebersole, Frances Ehrenfeld, Marian Elder, Donald Elder, Ralpha J. Elder, Virginia Ellis, Lloyd Ellis, Pauline Etters, Harry Evans, Eugene Evans, James Farabaugh, David Faris, Dorothy Fasick, Eugene Fasick, Leonard Feathers, Raymond Feight, Dorothy Fisher, Vivian Fisher, William Flick, Robert Fogle, Edith Fogle, Maud Fenner, Lorma Fow er, Nicholas Friedman, Sidney Fry, Dorothy Gable, Martha Galant, John Galloway, Esther Galloway Helen Gardiner, Anna Louise Gardiner, James Gardner, George Gardner, Marjorie Garis, Bernice Garman, Dorothy Gates Clayton Gates, Gertrude Gates, Thelma Gcarhart, James Gearhart, Owen Geist, Margaret George, Marjorie George, Thelma Getz, Joseph Giarth, Shirley Gillitord, Jack Gilmore, Edward Givin. George Gladfelter, Merrill Gormley, Paul Goughnour. Bertha Graham, James Gray, .lane Gray, Jennie Greely, Alice Green, Jean- Greene, Vivian Gritlith. .lack h Gunderman. Louise Gutshall, Preston Hainley, Karl Hall, Fred Halpern. Harold l D. S. KEITH JUNICJR HIGH SCHOOL Nairn GRADE STUDENTS 1933-34 Hamer, Betty Hannum, Kenneth Harding, Marjorie Harding, Virginia Harf, Helen Harman, Dick Harris, Marjorie Harshbarger, Melvin Hart, Paul Harten, Bertha Hartman, Robert Henderson, Alice Henry, Bernard Herrold, William Hertzog, Blanche Hetrick, John Heverly, Joseph Hicks, Charles Hicks, Donald Hirst, Martha Hodson, Dewey Hoffman, Anna Hoffman, Ethel Hoff man, Marian Holfman, Richard Holdeman, Donald Houseman, Carl Hughes, William Humphrey, Jean Hunsinger, Carolyn Hunter, Paul C. Ingram, Marjorie Isenberg, .lack Isenberg, Vincent Jaap, Walter Jackson, Bernard Jackson, Paul Kahle, Donald Karstctter, Cora Keech, Alden Keller, -Joseph Kelly, Irene Kemberling, Crirnpson Kenny, Elverna Kent, Leonard Kepner, Mildred Kibler, Earl Kimberlin, John King, Robert King, Warren Kirsch, Hazel Kjellman, Harry Kleinsorgen, Roy Klingensmith. lfred Klobetanz, Ruth Klotkowski, Edward Knepp, Donald Koch, Albert Koshorek, Eleanora Krider, Margaret Kuhn, 'lllffli Kulmatyeki. Anna Kwolek. Francis Kyler, Dorothy Laich, Hattie Lamberson, John Lantz, lienni-th Lantz, Marjorie Lee, Don Lehrer, Ruth Linsey, Anna Ling. Jane IAIQW,-Iljgn, Stanley Lockard, Francis Long. Edmund Louder, lrvin Loundy, Samuel Love. Rosalinda Lolo. S5lYi1l Lutchko, Joseph Luther, Addaline Lytle, Evelyn McAllister, Robert McAlpine, Jane MeBurney, Dean McCartney, Reba McCartney, Sara McCarty, Jane McCaulley, Beulah McClain, William MeConahy, Charles McConnell, Raymond McCormick, Mary L. McCready, Ray McDowell, Robert McGarvcy, Dean McGinley, Jane McGregor, Alden McHugh, Charles McKinstry, Thomas Melntyre, Raymond McManamy, Kenneth Mclylanigal, William McNamara, Donald McNaughton, Betty Mchloldy, Marjorie McNulty, Maynard Malone, Lois Marcus, Gordon Marsden, Robert Marshall, Anthony Marshall, Louis M arshman, Strode Martz, Leon Marusehak, Teddy Narzucco, Nick Mattas, Betty Mauk, John Mayer. Susanna Melsou, George Mentzcr, .lack Merritts, Cleona Meyer, Louis Miller, Robert Miller, Stanley Milliron, ,larnes Minein, lda Mingle, Lois Misitano, Anthony Moelc. George Morris, Genevieve Morrison, Geraldine Moyer, .lohn Myers, .lean Myers. Paul Nail. lflorenee Nah-, l'lrr-rlerit' ' Xapiv-rliowslii. .ll1Illll"S NIII'F11I'I'llIi,i4?lIIlIlt'l Nelson. Donald Nelson, Margare-1 Nelson. Naomi Novi-flal, Anna Nei.'r-dzll. -lifllif' Nieoilvnuif. llarolfl Noxvxirlf, l-'ostus lil!-ki-3 n. l'aul Own,-ns. Rob:-rt l'af:l-Qer, .larnes llziliiier. Xllen l,'lI'I'fir, Gi-oree Pntronili, Michael lhitterson. Ralph Pc,-rrine, George l'ipp:irt, .lohn llliimnier, Norman ldorter. ll..l1':in - l'ort1-r. S. t':Itbf-rlne 1 lt N . Potter, Elwood Powell, Laura Priest, Gail Prosperi, Flora Quiggle, Sarah Rath, Andrew Rath, George Reed, Martha Reeder, Richard Rentzell, Alice Rich, Helen Richardson, Ernest Ricketts, Elinor Rifkin, Jennie Rigler, Richard Riner, Vera Ritchey. .loan Ritter, Andrew Robinson. Verle Robinson, Ro fC Robuck, .lohn Rodgers, Dorothy Roland, John Rornerowiez, Charlotte Rosch, Julius Ross, Violet Rowan, Mary Jane Rusasill, Ethel Rudasill, Luclla Rudolph, Mary Rudy, Mary Rudy, Ralph Rupp, Kenneth Russell, Myrtle Ryan, Eugene Schaal, Eloise Sehadle, Alva Seherden, .l. Edward Sehleirther, Raymond Schmitt, lrving Schoeh, George Sehorner. Earl Scott, Blanche Sehum, Frances L. Seaberg, Orvis Seiflell, Clarissa SI-lwitz. Henry Sliativr, llaulino Shannon, James Slirrrtlo, Louella Shaw. lilalvin Shnvi. David Shaw. llf-witt Shay, tlt'f'il Slim?-. Mildred Sli--low, Anna May Siu-w, Russ!-ll Shilllf-r. Donald Shollzir, l'lI'ItIIf'I'll1I Shoup, Richard Simni, Margaret Sirnonton, llestltr Siry Xlary Skvllu. Richard Smith, liiugene Smith. lieorgr- Smith. llrirold Smith, Helen May Smith. Laura Smith. Leona Smith. Mary L. Smith, llaul Smith, l'r-ggy Smith. Walter SIIIlillTlij'lfl', Paul Snjrfli-r, ,lnna Snyiler, Betty M. Fiijcder, .lane Spfwirliie, Virginia Spon-lar. Maril- Stahl, Alma M Stambaugh, Gertrude Staner, Joseph Steckroth, James Steel, Frederick Stein, Annette Steinbeiser, .lohn Stere, William Stevene, Betty Stewart, William Stier, Janice Stitiler, Harold Stoke, Edgar Stoner, Mary Sunderland, Roy Sunderland, Tom Swope, Beth Taylor, Lucille Temple, Paul Teufel. Lynwood Tuelel. Vivian Thomas, Marie Thompson Anna June Thompson, lilda Thompson, Geraldine Thompson, Louise Thompson Luther Thompson. l'aul Tlionipson. Robert Tobias l"h-anor Trivelas, Angelo Troop. l"lorenr-e Tucker, William Twardon, lf Valentine. Betty A ilhan VanZandr, Ldear Vanlandt. Math-lyn Vogel. I .1-o ireella Vogel, M: Von der MI-yd'-. Dona Waite, Wilbur Walters, Winilred Warren, Virginia Watt, Mildred hVt'7llllT"'. llelvii Weaver, Dorothy Wt-Edt-', l,lllIi1'l Weiner, lit nnv hVl'iIIIfi1'iII, Martin Wendt, W1-rtz. li l' ra new ll-anor lizivnl Wiliitiivlil lo-ralfi Wlliitvna Whitetine. li Ilhani White, n. lil:-nwooil Wightinan, l harle- Wiley. .l ilii Will-Line, llielnia W illiame. lt'-Ihrj, n L W zlhanis. l.thi-I Williams. l'obr-rt Winkler, illlrelinii Winter. .lohn ltflli Witheroi. Wvitt. Mzirpzrrl-l Woli--lrigli-. Xi l ii Wolfe. Wa Y. . ,.-v, limi 1 Woollring. lrulh Worr'-ll. Bettju 'Yzrtt-', Mary .lane Y1'2:lf'F.-lilillf' X r-t-l-ZH, .lohn ,. ,. H inuiznv l' vel'.'n Holm. M I if Yoel, ll L . . r lliomzis lr owing, N I-ra Yonnltii, Wanda Zapotoffziiy, llvlf-n lull F, llfirtiilfx' Zimml' For l,lI:I I I

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8 KEITH JUNIOR HIGH DSK Will Rogers, Jr. says: In spring the young man's fancy turns to . . . what the girls have been thinking about all winter-eh? Pretty dumb wit but I think so too-so there! And now to drift to the subject of home room track meets, fsome funj. Everyone limbered up and oiled the old joints, all for what? The track meet, of course! ! l Everyone had a grand time anyway, and can we take it! Well gang, just a few more days of toil, and then you can wipe the sweat off your brows. But until then I reckon everyone will burn the midnight oil to prepare for the final exams. Here's Wishing you loads of luck and that reminds me that I'1l need some. Be seein' you old duffers next year and to the others its--come over to see us sometime. Yours truly, Will, 9 PET SAYINGS "I thought you said you could take it" -Don Von der Heyde. "Her enunciation is perfect"-Frances Schum. "Tell me another one"-Vera Young. U Y ' ll I don t care to hear it -Beth Swope. "Have I ever informed you?"-Andy Ritter. "It's one of six things"-Alma Stahl. "Oops! wrong again"-Sally Albright. "How's your family"-Bussie Van Zandt. "Hey, how about a nickel?"-Harold Smith. "She didn't tell me yet"-Thompson Clark. "Why doesn't she speak to me"- Rohert Flick. ' ' "How's my honey?"-Carolyn Hun- singer. UI I WHO'S WHO P Who is he? He has dark, straight hair, dark eyes, is of medium height and weight. Often he wears turtle neck sweaters. He's on the basketball and football team and an excellent tumbler. Need a lead? OGPEHURLNTSSLAT. You ought to know this one! He has medium brown hair, slightly wavyg he wears glasses--his eyes are blue. He is of normal height and weight. Studious- oh, it depends upon the weather. He interprets poems, is a good dancer and actor, and his hobby is puppets. Who is that little cutie who is always turning down Cthen making up, of coursel She has dark brown curly hair, big, brown, laughing eyes-Cand can she roll 'eml ll She is slightly petite, and goes to all the basketball games-and for good reasons, too! Oh, this boy has short brown hair, hazel eyes, Chow did I Bud out?J, medium height, heavy and husky. He indulges in basketball and football--and if I dare mention it, Women l l Don't say you don't know him! Perhaps you'd be interested to know that this popular girl is a future poet. She has dark hair and eyes. She is very studious and writes beautiful poetry. Who is that famous "boy-about-school" who holds the highest tudent oilice one can get? Dark wavy hair and dark eyes, and, isn't considered thin, and is very, very studious. She's most ALways bright and gay! CGet it?J Her eyes are blue: she's a blondie. She likes clerical work and is often seen working in the oflice. I'll bet you can easily guess who is a popular member of the corridor patrol on iirst floor. Has short, black hair, dark eyes, slightly tall, and many have nicknamed him "Ivan". He has per- sonality plusl Is most often seen with Roy Sunderland. Oh, sure, they call him "Katie Casey" and can he swallow the high notes? ! He has an important position on the DSK staff. Light brown hair, blue eyes or perhaps green, and admits that he has a very large mouth. "Don't call me shrimp"-Betty Mattas. "Where's my spinach?"-Mike Patro- nik. "Does my hair look allright?"-Jane Ling. "Ten more off my conduct"-Dick Shoup. "Any food?"-Raymond Schleicher. "Is he down there?"--Peg Nelson. t s against my principles"-Dot Faris. "How ya doin?"--Betty Crilly. CLASS WILL : 1934 QCo'n,t'inucd from Page 7D Item: We direct that the surplus funds derived from our Freshman Social be used for the purpose of lowering the knobs on all doors in order that the seventh-graders may enter and leave rooms without undue exertion and in- convenience. Item: To our dear school building itself, we leave the peaceful quiet caused by our absence and any apple cores, wads of gum, crumpled notes, or any miscellaneous refuse. Item: To our teachers, the faculty of Keith Junior High School, we hereby give free from all inheritance, luxury or income tax, our entire store of knowledge. From them it came and to them it shall be returned. Besides the bequests, we leave om' best wishes to any and all who may desire them. Any property or all personal possessions of ours that may remain in addition to the items specified we give and bequeath to the Board of Education to use it as they see fit. We can think of nothing which we have forgotten except our old books, and we suggest that they be given to the class of '36 thus saving money which may be applied to the teacher's salaries or toward the purchase of mouth organs, ukeleles, and kazoos for the school orchestra. . Finally, we do hereby, name and appoint as sole executor of this, our last will and testament, our worthy Principal, Mr. Carl E. Whipple. E A In witness whereof, we have hereto set our hand and seal to this our will on this, the -twenty-fifth of June, A. D., one thousand, nine hundred and thirty-four. Signed, sealed, and declared by the above-named class, as and for its last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereto subscribed our namesat his request, as witnesses thereto, in the presence of said testators, and of each other. Andrew Ritter Sally Albright A LITTLE BOY'S ESSAY oN GEESE A geese is a low, -heavy boid which is mostly meet and feathers. His head' sits on one side and he sets on the other. A geese can't sing much on account of dampness of the moisture. He ain't got no foot between his toes and he's got a baloon on his stummick to keep him from sinking. Some gooses when they gits big has curls on their tails and is caled ganders. Ganders don't have to sit and hatch but iest loaf and eat and go swim- min. If I was a geese, I'd rather be a gander. Frances Louise Schum, 9



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