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The sponsors and the staff are grateful to 
the administration and to the faculty for their 
cooperation in the publication of the 1947 
Catamount. 

We gratefully acknowledge the helpfulness 
of Mr. A. R. Haddock of Jahn and Oilier Engrav- 
ing Company, of Mr. John F. Rose of the Herald 
Printing House, of Mr. George Ruhl and Mr. Carl 
Larrimore, our photographers, and of Mr. Ed- 
ged Grayson. 

To our advertisers and boosters we extend 
our unreserved appreciation for their continued 

loyalty. 

Only the industry of a loyal staff has made 
possible the successful publication of the 1947 
Catamount. 




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With the return of the veterans to the 
campus in the fall of 1946, once again Potomac 
State boasted a nationally recognized football 
team, the Catamounts. Once again the staff uti- 
lizes their traditional symbol of strength and 
stamina in the decorative motifs throughout 
this annual. 

Virile steps and masculine voices transform 
the halls of Potomac State from quiescence to 
robust joie de vivre. Khaki and blues are cast 
aside for jeans and lumberjack plaids; fatigue 
duty and inflexible authority are replaced by 
lectures and labs, a masculine world titillated 
by femininity. 

May the 1947 Catamount preserve those 
memories of hard-fought football games, of gala 
dances, of congenial friendships, of campus life 
that the students wish to cherish most. 




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J. Edward Kelley 



The Catamount honors in dedication Staff Sergeant J. Edward 
Kelley, who was awarded posthumously the nation's highest military 
tribute, the Congressional Medal of Honor, for his intrepid and inspir- 
ing leadership of the assault platoon of Company E, 311th Regiment, 
78th Division of the American Army, in an advance into Kesternich, 
Germany, in January, 1945. 

A graduate of Keyser High School, Class of 1941, Edward Kelley 
attended Potomac State School, majoring in physical education. He 
left college March 8, 1943, to assume his infantryman's role. His body 
lies in Margrat, United States Military Cemetery at Marstrict, Holland. 

Edward Kelley will live in the hearts of all who knew him. He 
put valor, duty, and honor before self; his achievement will inspire 
others in succeeding years. He will remain forever honored among the 
illustrious sons of Potomac State. 











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Secretary of 
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Again the Catamount has recorded for us the significant pictures 
of a busy college year and has preserved memories and recollections 
that time might efface. Activities of individuals and organizations will 
be more vivid in our yesteryears because of the record written here. 

It has been a significant year — a year when new occasions have 
taught new duties. It has been a year when old records have fallen 
and many changes have been wrought. The troops of the American 
Armed Forces have become the troops of the college campus. In such 
numbers have they come that corridors, classrooms, laboratories and 
residence halls have been overflowed. New courses, new instructors 
and new ideas have been required to cope with this unprecedented 
invasion. A greater degree of cooperation and of understanding of 
common problems has been required on the part of both faculty and 
students. 

Through all of this newness, certain standards and traditions have 
been maintained. Prominent in this list is The Catamount, continuing 
its service on a constantly higher level. 

To the staff of the Catamount, and its sponsors, we express our 
debt of gratitude and our appreciation for their unflagging zeal, loyalty 
and superior accomplishment. 




E. E. Church 
President 







This has been an interesting year at Potomac State. 

A large increase in enrollment, due to the advent of the G. I. on 
the campus, a revised curriculum, enlargement of the faculty, the 
beginning of an extensive building program, and an increase in the 
tempo of athletics and social activities have been a challenge to all 
of us. 

It is gratifying to observe that through patience and diligence we 
have been able for the most part to meet successfully this challenge 
and to adjust ourselves to our personal and group relationships. All 
are to be commended for this good work. 

We feel sure that the 1947 Catamount will in an interesting way 
record the events of an interesting year. 

We thank the staff and sponsors. 




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Robert B. Sincell 
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Harper Smith 
Harold Snyder 
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Eta Upsilon Gamma, the only national junior college sorority on the campus 
was established at Christian College, Columbia. Missouri. The aims of the sorority 
are social, philanthropic, and scholastic. In April, the national president, Mrs. Erf 
was the guest of the Omega Chapter at a reception in her honor. This chaptei 
sent, two delegates to the National Conclave at Williamsburg. Virginia, in June. 



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Madoline Bennett 

Hilda Frye 
Xorma Lee Hannas 
Katherine Kelly 
Mary Ellen Kennj 
Edna Ruth Mixon 
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Margaret Alexander 
Katherine Arbogasl 
Marion Balzer 
Ruth Bishop 
Catherine Borges 
Alice Jean Borgman 
Elizabeth Boteler 
Angela Collins 
Barbara Durst 
Patricia Frankhouscr 
Sally Lou Giffin 
Shirlianne Grubb 
Elsie Hammersmith 
1 ouise Hammersmitli 



Treva Harold 
Man Louise llaskins 
Rcsemary Kady 
Mary Catherine Merand 
Mary Jane Merandi 
Ramona Minear 
Margaret Parrish 
Mildred Popovich 
Polly Powell 
Freda Lou Price 
Hetty Keid 
Virginia Lee Sittig 
Hannah Grace Wagone 



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James Fraser, Jr. 
Charles Hines 
Eligio Grande 
William Dyer 
Richard Parrish 
Wallace Reed 



Starting with its organization in 1924, the fraternity has been an important 
organization on the Potomac State Campus, and its members have long played an 
important part in all activities of the school. 

Socially, the fraternity had a successful season; the annual Harvest Swing was 
held in October, featuring Jimmy Spitalnj and his orchestra. At this year's Home- 
coming the fraternity again sponsored the "Miss Catamount" contest and crowned 
Miss Maxine Robertson as Miss Catamount VIII. 

This year our football team, being so successful, was presented with gold 
footballs by the fraternity. 

The annual Spring Formal sponsored by the Thetas and Commas was a large 
success. 

Year after year, the Theta Sigma Chi fraternity produces leaders on the campus, 
men who carry with them through life the order's high ideals of honor, truth and 
fellowship as they win prominent places in the outside world. 



Keith Allen 
Ray Arnott 
John Ashb} 
John Averman 
Harlan Bailey 
Rupert Bailev 
Bill Ballard ' 
Ralph Barrick 
Ralph Basilio 
Neill Baylor 
Harold Bishop 
Charles Bolyard 
Manse 1 . Braden 
Herman Brant 
Robert Bruce 
Guy Burkett 
Byron Burton 
Frank Carpenter 
Robert Carter 
Joseph Cavallero 
Richard Chaney 
John ('oilman 
William Coffman 
Harry Colebank 
Gene Cottrill 
Forrest Davis 
Royce Davis 
Robert Deadrick 
Wayne Decker 
Howard Dennison 
Francis Determan 
Charles Deveraux 
Clark Dixon 
Carl Drummond 
Neil Ferrell 
Roy Flinn 
Jack Fretwell 
Robert Ford 
James Foster 
Alvin Friend 
John Gandy 
William Gardner 



Harold Gustafson 
Joseph Hannon 
Max Harberl 
Bill Hard 
Glen Hartman 
Robert Hartman 
Paui Healy 
Victor Heisej 
James Hines 
Paul Hines 
Robert Hurst 
Keith Jackson 
Charles Jackson 
Darl Jewell 
Jack Kalbaugh 
John Kauffman 
Tom Kildufr 
Eugene Kilmer 
Robert Kilroy 
George King 
Ken Kisamore 
John Laughlin 
Don Lee 
Bernard Leese 
Bob Lefever 
Jack Lefever 
Earl Lewis 
Francis Lighl 
William Long 
Kenneth Malone 
John Margraff 
Ken Martin 
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Randall Miller 
Charles Minke 
Carl Moats 
Chester Movers 
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James McFarland 
John McFarland 
Bob McGreevy 
Harold McGreevy 



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William McProuty 
Donald Newlon 
John Newlon 
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Charles Pendergast 
Joe Peiitony 
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John Peters 
Robert Poling 
Vance Potter 
Less Powell 
Ralph Pratt 
William Reed 
Tom Ritter 
I tarry Rizzo 
Claude Roach 
James Robinson 
Donald Rogers 
Lick Russell 
George Ruth 
Albert Sargus 
Charles Seaman 
Jack Shaw 
Ken Sims 
Robert Sincell 
Herbert Sites 
Robert Sites 
John Sloan 



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Ken Smith 
Harold Snyder 
Lester Staggers 
William Stultz 
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Tom Thayer 
Jack Thomas 
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Richard Twigg 
Ray Valentine 
Edward Vogeding 
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Walter Walley 
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John Wenner 
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Elviera Colatarese 

Elinor Riser 

Doris Schartiger 

Winifred McClosky 

Norma OrndorfT 

Willa Childers 

Mary Ann Heinrich 



Sigma Epsilon Chi is Potomac State's oldest sorority. This organization began 
in 1923. It was formerly affiliated with the national junior college sorority. Sigma 
lota Chi. In 1933, the local members decided to become an independent group, 
and since that time has heen known bv the name which il now bears. 



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Rebecca Allman 
Ruth Ellen Banks 
Jill Cogar 
Patricia Dailey 
Delores Elrick 
Edna Jean Ferrell 
Frances Fleek 
Mary Lea Hahn 
Ruth Jean Rouzee 
Petty Hawse 
Jean Hess 
Charmaine Johnson 
Jacquelyn Lamm 
Miriam Lipscomb 
Nora Ellen Mosser 
Mary Nuce 
Barbara Parmesano 
Lin wood Pitzenburger 



MEMBERS 

Betty Purinton 
Opha Roth 
Juanita Rotruck 
Gloria Saville 
Betty Gean Schaeffcr 
Jean Showalter 
Haseleah Snyder 
Lorna Stewart 
Alberta Weimer 
Sheila Wildemann 
Paula Williams 
Betty Armstrong 
Josephine Arnold 
Dorothy Bill 
Joyce Chenoweth 
Margaret Dorsey 
Jean Elrick 
Sue Gay 



Joan Gerstell 
Pat Haney 
Rena Heare 
Phyllis Hoover 
Beatrice Linn 
Evelyn McProuty 
Beulah Nolan 
Thelma Puffenbarger 
Frieda Schmier 
Patricia Shields 
Mary Siever 
Jacqueline Simmons 
Martha Jean Sims 
Ruth Spangler 
McMillian Twigg 
Nellie Woerner 




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John Dorsey 

Charles LaSerte 

George Ross worm 



Since the founding in 1922 of the Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity, then known as 
the Kappa Kappa Fraternity, this organization has heen one of the outstanding 
social groups of Potomac State. 

Boh Chester and his famous orchestra was brought to the campus for the 
eighth annual Jingle Bell Hop. held on December IS. Miss Elviera Colabrese was 
named Queen of Winter and presented with a bouquet of red roses. This was our 
first major dance of the year and was held in conjunction with the members of 
Sigma Epsilon Chi. The social life of the fraternity was enriched by a succession 
of varied activities throughout the year which included, in April, the Starlight Swing. 

Phi Sigma Nu again holds the Dean's Scholarship Trophy awarded at the 
close of the previous year to the fraternity maintaining the highest scholastic aver- 
age. A leader in all campus activities, the fraternity is proud that its members 
hold many important offices on the campus. 

Phi Sigma Nu demands of its members scholastic achievement, college spirit, 
high moral standards, and interest in all college students. The lasting bonds of 
fellowship established here will be treasured memories in the years to come. 



Norman Beebe 
Marry Boggs 
Simeon Bright 
Charles Coffman 
Robert Crumbaugh 
Edward Devine 
Francis Dorsey 
Richard Kile 
William McLaughlin 
John Minnich 
Benjamin Reed 
Jack Rhodes 
Kenneth Rouzee 
William Wolverton 
Jack White 
William Ambrose 
Roy Ashcraft 
William Campbell 
Larry Cirillo 
William Clark 
John Coleman 
lOd ward Conroy 
Forrest Davis 
•Wiliiam Davis 
William Deny 
Charles Diehi 
Robert Durr 
Harold Effland 
Francis Evans 
Robert Ford 
Donald Freeland 
John Furbee 
Edward Gilmore 
Brooks Harris 
Jay Johnson 
Joe Bill Kessel 
Eugene Kilmer 



MEMBERS 

R( belt Knight 
George Koontz 
Ray Lark in 
John Lenevich 



Kairl McDonald 
John McFarland 
Charles IVIinke 
Robert Morris 
Edward Payne 
Joe Price 
Robert Price 
Donald Rickey 
Loren Rinehart 
Thomas Ritler 
John Robinson 
Harry Rogers 
Richard Rosswor: 
Neil Schell 
Charles Seaman 
Wendell Seibert 
Earl Shaffer 
Charles Showalte 
Arthur Slocum 
J. L. Skidmore 
Clifford Smith 



Junior Sponauglc 
Joe Stanislawczyk 
Darlton Stickey 
Blair Stump 
Robert Summers 
Stanley Szfran 
Roland Taylor 
Joe Thompson 
Harold Tucker 
Fred Tweedlie 
Austin Twigg 
George Wallev 
Walter Wallev 
John Walker 
Martin Weakley 
Noble Weaver 
Perry Wilson 
Richard Wingfielc 
Phillip Vanoschik 
Michael Yewcic 



SPONSOR 
Mr. James T. Handlan, Ji 




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On February 19, 1947, the first meeting of the Potomac State Radio Club con- 
vened. Mr. Robert E. Whitlach, Jr., accepted the sponsorship and successfully 
launched the organization. 

The purpose of this club is first, to bring together students having a common 
interest, thereby permitting an exchange of ideas; second, to help students develop 
an interest in amateur radio; and third, to assist Potomac State School in any 
assignment involving electronics. 



The club holds formal meetings every otht 
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The club's officers are: 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Technical Head 
Communication Head 



William S. Levin 
Carl N. Drummoncl 
Eugene E. Kilmer 
Robert T. Nichols 

Paul R. Westfall 



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members ai 



John H. Averman 
Norman J. Beebe 
George G. Bittner 
Joseph F. Bowers 
Richard B. Davis 



Robert F. Deadrick 
Howard C. Dennison 
Neil 1.. Ferrell 
Edward L. Kreider 
Ernest L. Pritt 



Darl W, Jewell 
Martin L. Weakley 
Austin Twigg 



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Assistants 

Subscription Manager 

Make-Up Editors 
Assistants 

Herbert Laml 

Write-Up Editor 




Cornelia Nesst 



Stephen Welt< 



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Assistants - - Willa Childers, Doris Schartiger, 

Kathryn Kelly, Patricia Haney. Mildred Popovich, Rena FTeare, 
Don Freeland, Robert Knight, John Borchert, Robert Brown 

ors - - Mr. David G. Nuzum, Mrs. Leohtine B. Nuzum 







SPONSOR 
Mr. David G. Nuzum 




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Tlif governing organization of the student body of Potomac State School is 
the Student Council, whose major objectives are directing student activities and 
promoting school spirit. 

During Freshman Week the Council assists in the orientation program for 
tlie incoming students; a week or so later the group selects freshman rules and 
supervises their enforcement through the Kangaroo Court. The Council held thuses 
and sold programs for the football games. 

In October the Student Council sponsored one of the most gala affairs on the 
campus: the annual Homecoming Ball, and in May the Council cooperates with 
the physical education department in the May Day festivities and with the athletic 
department in presenting letters and honorary awards to athletes. 

MEMBERS 

Edward Devine, President cf the Student Body 
Cyril Laffey, President of the Sophomores 
John Lenevich, President of the Freshmen 
Kathryn Kelly. Sophomore Representative 
William Price. Freshman Representative 
Cornelia Nesselrcdt, President of Reynolds Hall 
Haseleah Snyder, President of Davis Hall 
Francis Dorsey, f, Carl Moats. If, Pan-Hellenic 
Paula Williams. Pasquino Representative 
Joe Stanislawczyk, Sports Club Representative 



Representative 





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Sigma Phi Omega was organized in 1923 for the purpose of recognizing 
scholarship and campus leadership at Potomac State School. The fraternity 
has progressed through the years and is now one of the active organizations 
on the campus. 

As Sigma Phi Omega draws its membership from all campus societies, it 
is very fitting that it should sponsor the two annual convocations that honor 
Potomac State's organizations. This year at the first assembly after the open- 
ing of school, the society presented the seventh annual "Know Your Organ- 
izations" program to the new students. This program is designed to acquaint 
the students with the history, purposes, and personnel of all campus societies. 
We plan to present the companion program in the spring at the annual 
Recognition Day Convocation. 

In addition to its two programs, Sigma Phi Omega makes other contribu- 
tions to life at Potomac State. It holds regular meetings, sells school transfers 
and other devices to promote school spirit, and has an informal party in 
connection with its Spring Initiation Service. 

The year closes with the annual formal banquet at which faculty and 
actives join to honor the newly elected members and at which the high spot 
is an address by some outstanding figure in the educational or professional 
world. 




Edward Devine 
Edna Jean Ferrell 
Betty Lee Hawse 
Jean Hess 
Charmaine Johnson 
Elinor Kiser 



ACTIVE ROSTER 

Jacqueline Lamm 
Miriam Lipscomb 
Jean Little 
Cornelia Nesselrodt 
Barbara Parmesano 
Maxine Robertson 



Doris Schai tiger 
Frieda Schmier 
Marion Tenney 
Sheila Wildemann 
Paula Williams 



President 

Vice-President 

Faculty Representative 

Secretary-Treasurer and Spons 



Norma Orndorft 

William McLaughlin 

David G. Nuzum 

Nancy M. Miller 






The Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body for the Greek letter organiza- 
tions on the campus. The council is composed of two representatives from each 
fraternity and sorority who. through unified effort, serve as a forum for the dis- 
cussion of problems pertaining to fraternal life. Pan-Hellenic arranges the annua 
social program for these societies. 





Frances Dorsey, I, II 
James Frazer, I 
Charles Hines, II 
Jack Heath, I 



MEMEERS 

Carl Moats. II 
Charmaine Johnson, I, 
Robert Nichols. I, II 
Jean Roberts, I, II 



OFFICERS 



Maxine Robertson, I, II 
Elviera Colabrese, II 
Gloria Saville, I 



President - - Jack Heath, I, Francis Dorsey, II 

Vice-President - Robert Nichols, I, Charles Hines, IT 
Secretary - Maxine Robertson, I, Elviera Colabrese, II 
Treasurer - Charmaine Johnson, I, Maxine Robertson, II 
, - Jack Heath, I, 
Representative to Social Committee ) Robert Nichols, II 

' \ Frances Dorsey, I. 
Representative to Student Council - j Carl Moats, II 



SPONSOR 
Dr. Waldron Bolen 



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Potomac State Players Club continued throughout this 
.year the fine dramatic traditions begun in 1919 when this first 
of the cultural organizations on the campus was begun. 

Twenty new members were elected to membership after 
try-outs in October, following which a formal reception in 
their honor was held at Reynolds Hall. 

Programs for the monthly meetings included a Christmas 
party, a one-act play directed and presented by the members, 
a review of the service theater, make-up and stagecraft exhi- 
bitions, and a Stunt Night. 

The major project for the year was the presentation of 
the three-act comedy, "Arsenic and Old Lace" in the College 
Auditorium. February 27, 28. and March 1. 



* Indicates membersh 
Helen Beckman 
Alice Jean Borgman 
Thomas Conlon 
Toni Dayton 
Donald Freeland 
Ray Gough 
Mary Lea Hahn 
John Hanson 
Jack Heath 
Mai y Ann Heinrich 



OFFICERS 

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Charmaine Johnson 

Maxine Robertson ! 

Paula Williams : 

Betty Purinton 
Elizabeth A. Atwater 

MEMBERS 
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Joanna Hibbs 
Dai! Jewell 
Chai maine Johnson 
Jay Johnson 
Eleanor Riser 
Herbert Lambert 
Beatrice Linn 
Jack Martini 
Winifred McCloskc* 
Cornelia Nesselrodi 



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-Director -Paula Williams 
■etaiw-Treasurer 

Charmaine Johnson 



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Mildred Popovich 

Joan Powell 
Robert Price 
Betty Purinton 
Betty Reid 
Jack Rhodes 
Maxine Robertson 
Polly Powell Roge 
Freda Schmier 
William Shirer 



nic fraternity. 

* Mildred Sites 
Kenneth Smith 
Austin Twigg 
McMillan Twigg 
Hannah Wagoner 
Alberta Weimer 
John Welling 
Stephen Welton 

* Paula Williams 





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The Potomac State PASQUINO, fortnightly student publication, completed its 
twenty-eighth year of publication with the issue of May 14. 

Tlie newspaper is the work of the class in journalism and some volunteer 
workers from the other members of the student body, working with the faculty 
advisor. The Play Shop serves as the workshop for the writing of the news, and 
the paper is printed at the Mineral Daily News plant where students gain practical 
experience in lay-out and make-up work. 

The Pasquino sponsored the sale of Student-Faculty directories litis year, as 
usual, and completed its extra-newspaper activities with the annual banquet 

A member of the West Virginia Intercollegiate Press Association, the PASQUINO 
endeavors to conform with the creed of that organization. 



1946-1947 STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief 












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Assistant News Ec 
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John I,. Borchert, Editor 
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Features 

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B. Sincell, William 



J. Reed. Mildred Popovich, Joan Powell, Robert Carter 
Alumni News - Norma Lee Hannas, Editor 

Farm News ...... Thomas Stuckey, Editor 

Circulation Managers - - - Gene Stevens, Richard Dean 

Reporting Staff - - - Sarah A. Giffin, Bernard Dorsey 

Faculty Advisor - Dr. Elizabeth A. Atwater 








The Engineers' Club, organized in 1931, has remained 
active throughout the past sixteen years. The purpose 
of the organization is to acquaint the students with the 
different fields of engineering. Prominent engineers gave 
lectures to the group throughout the school year. Field 
trips to industrial plants throughout the tri-state area 
were taken to produce a satisfactory sequence to the 
professional atmosphere surrounding this important phase 
of an engineer's college life. Since the membership of 
tlie organization is limited to engineering students, the 
<lul» meetings were usually concluded with informal 
chats with visiting professional engineers. 



Norman Beebe 

John Furbec 

Edward Devine 

Walter A. Jaworek 




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MEMBERS 




John Armstrong 


Harry Dixon 


Oney Lipscomb 


William Sell 


James Arnold 


1 loward Dixon 


Joe Manchin 


Robert Sellers 


John Averman 


Joseph Dorsey 


Joseph Marks 


Kurt Shaffer 


Cornelius Bageant 


John Dorsey 


Wallace Mauk 


Donald Sheet/. 


Harlow Bailey 


Carl Drummond 


Joseph Maybury 


Neil Sherwood 


Lewis Barrett 


George Emerson 


Donald McBride 


William Shirer 


Don Bennett 


Neill Ferrell 


John McFarland 


John Shirlev 


Wallace Biggs 


Joseph Fitzmamice 


Robert McLucas 


Joseph Shobe 


Harold Bishop 


Charles Flinn 


Jra Miller 


Thomas Shockey 


George Bittner 


Richard Foote 


Leonard Miller 


Harold Shore 


Joseph Bowers 


Shelton Gay 


Charles Minke 


Walwin Sieburg 


Byron Burton 


John Grant 


Jasper Morris 


Loraine Sines 


Frank Carpenter 


Arnold Hall 


Robert Nichols 


Craig Smith 


Raymond Chaney 


Joseph Hannon 


Albert O'Brien 


Earl Stair 


Richard Chanev 


William Hard 


Dallas Ours 


Tom Stallings 


Walter Clark 


James Harvey 


Edward Payne 


Eugene Stephenson 


David Clay 


John Haynes 


Ernest Pritt 


Andrew Sterrett 


John Coleman 


James Hines 


Jack Rhodes 


Gene Stevens 


Arden Collins 


Wilbur Hull 


Franklin Rice 


Darlton Stickley 


John Collins 


Charles Jackson 


Ralph Rice 


William Stultz 


Willard Compton 


Keith Jackson 


Oliver Ritter 


Edward Vogeding 


James Corrick 


Darl Jewell 


Harry Rizzo 


George Walley 


Carl Crawford 


Jack Kalbaugh 


Claude Roach 


Wallace Warnick 


Clarence Creak 


Kenneth Kennedy 


Frank Robinson 


Martin Weakley 


Robert Deadrick 


Russell Keplinger 


George Rossworm 


Paul Westfall 


Richard Dean 


Eugene Kilmer 


Buforcl Saville 


Elmer Whitlock 


Wayne Decker 


Robert Kilroy 


Joseph Schell 


Warren Whittaker 


Raymond Deneen 


George Koontz 


Neil Schell 


Leon Wilkins 


1 Iowa id Denison 


Leslie Kreider 


Nathan Scott 


Richard Wilkinson 


George DeWitt 


William Levin 


Wendell Seiburt 


James Wilson 


Charles Diehl 


Charles Lewis 


Edward Sell 


Perry Wilson 




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The Women's Residence Association was founded on December 7. 1944. All 
women living in the dormitories and approved off-campus homes are members of 
this organization. 

The group is composed of lour officers from the House Councils of each girls' 
mitorv and has as its governing body, the Residence Council. 
The purpose of this organization is to establish and administer student govern- 
nent in the Women's Residence Halls, on or off the Potomac State School campus 
vith lln honor system as its basis in which each student cooperates for the better- 



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Margaret Parrish 




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Haseleah Snyder 


Secretary 


Dorothy Foley 


Treasurer 


Polly Powell Rogers 


Social t'ha 


rman Barbara Parmesano 




Reynolds Hail 


President 


Cornelia Nesselrodt 


Secretary 


Margaret Parrish 


Treasurer 


Mary Jane Merandi 


Social Chai 


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Off-Campus Girls 


Presidenl 


McMillan Twigg 


Secretary 


Beatrice Linn 




SPONSOR 




Miss Helen Criner 




The Town Girls' Club was formed in September, 1944, and consists of al 
who reside in town. The purpose of this club, together with the Residence 
is to arrange and carry out a well-rounded social program for the year. 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treas 
Social Chairrm 



ila Wildemann 

Mary Siever 

Angela Collins 

Treva Harold 



Arbutus Allamong 
Dorothy Bill 
Willa Mae Childers 
Margaret Dorsey 
Dorothy Fazenbaker 
Frances Fleek 
Joan Gerstell 
Sarah Giffin 
Shirlianne Grubb 
Rena Heare 
Mary Howard 



MEMBERS 

Mary Lynn [diem; 
Charmaine Johnso 
Rosemary Kady 
Elinor Riser 
Delaine Lipscomb 
Edna Ruth Mixon 
Norma Orndorff 
Freda Lou Price 



SPONSOR 

Miss Helen CrilK 



Juanita Rotruck 
Jacqueline Simmons 

Lorna Stewart 





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President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasui 



Don Freeland 

Tommy Conlori 

Betty Reid 

Miss Mary Shipper 




The Folio Book Club is one of the most active cultural organizations en Potomac 
State Campus. It has been functional since 1939. Under the auspices of the Librarian, 
and open to students, faculty, and persons of the local community who are inter- 
ested in reading the current best, this body serves as a forum for the discussion 
of modern literature. 

The club assembles every first and third Wednesday of each month. Each meet- 
ing is divided into two portions. The first part is devoted to a literary program 
usually in the form of a hook review by some guest speaker. The latter portion 
is spent on discussion and business routine. 

Selling picture post cards bearing scenes of the campus and sponsoring a stu- 
dent mix, a moving picture, and a spring picnic are on the year's agenda. Tradi- 
tionally, this association makes an annual donation to some society-serving relief 
organization. 



Marion Balzer 
Madoline Bennett 
Simeon Bright 

Howard Dixon 
Bill Dyer 

Jean Elrick 
Sally Giffen 
John Giant 
Kenneth Hardesty 
Treva Harold 
Joanna Hibbs 
Charmaine Johnson 
Elinor Riser 
Johnson Lambert 
Jacquelyn Lamm 
Delaine Lipscomb 
Joseph Marks 
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Robert Nichols 
Barbara Parmesano 
Margaret Parrish 
Mildred Popovich 
Thelma Puffenburger 
Jean Roberts 
Maxine Robertson 
John Row- 
Betty Schaeffer 
Doris Schartiger 
Freda Schmier 
Virginia Sittig 
Lorna Stewart 
Blair Stump 
James Toquinto 
Alberta Weimer 
Sheila Wildemann 
Nellie Woerner 




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OFFICERS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Sponsor 



Thomas Stuckey 

Winifred McCloskey 

Betty Armstrong 

James T. Handlan. Jr. 





In 1933, a Medical Club was oiganized on the campus for students following 
the Pre-Medical curriculum. Last year this organization was re-organized as the 
Medisci Club and now includes in its membership all interested in scientific fields. 
The purpose of this club is to acquaint each member with the actual practices and 
duties of his chosen profession. 

At its meeting, held twice monthly, the club presents prominent speakers in 
the realm of science, holds open discussions and plans trips to hospitals, labora- 
tories and other institutions of scientific interest. During the year the Medisci also 
holds an informal party for its members and guests. 

MEMBERS 



Jacquelyn Lamm 
Jean Hess 

Linwood Pitsenberget 
Helene Allman 
Jean Little 
Alberta Weimer 
Edward Seaman 
Evelyn MeProuty 
Blair Stump 
Frances Fleek 
Nora Ellen Mosser 
Willie Mae Childers 
Alice Jean Borgman 
Elizabeth Boteler 
Maurice Allman 



Wendell Dove 
Barbara Parmesano 
John Hansen 
LeRoy Hanna 
Edward Fazenbaker 
Hilda Frye 
Margaret Parrish 
Miriam Lipscomb 
Petti Shields 
Vid McKenzie 
Roy Werner 
Charles LaSerte 
Harold Tucker 
Terence Carolan 
Sheldon Kiser 



Patricia Dailey 

John Wocd 
Roland Taylor 
Kenneth Hardesty 
Charles Showalter 
Charles Hines 
Marian Bolzer 
Josephine Arnold 
Betty Ried 
Pat Haney 
Jean Sims 
Nellie Wcerner 
John Simons 
James Lough 
Stanley Mallow 




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The Potomac State Home Economics Club, which was organized in 19.3C, is 
affiliated with the American and West Virginia Home Economics Associations. Each 
year the Club sends representatives to the State Conference at Jackson's Mill in 
April. In March, 1946, the Club entertained the Regional Conference of the Future 
Homemakers of America. Four states and the District of Columbia were represented. 

Our aims for this year were to broaden our views of Home Economics by 
learning what students in other colleges and in other countries are doing in that 
field, to familiarize the members with the many fields now open in Home Economics, 
and to contribute to the development of personality. 

At tlie close of the first semester the Club 
sponsored an exhibit of related arts projects; and 
at the close (if the second, it presented a fashion 
show and tea for the local high school students 
and friends of the school. 

Throughout the year members of the Club are 
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President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Program Chairman 



Mary Nuce 

Freda Lou Price 

Ramona Minear 

Patricia Frankhouser 

Ruth Spangler 





MEMBERS 



Rebecca All man 
Madeline Bennett 
Ruth Bishop 
Catherine Borges 
Joan Gerstell 



Mary Louise Haskins 
Beulah Noland Hayhurst 

Delaine Lipscomb 
Jean Cooper Showalter 




The Potomac State Singers welcomed men back into its membership this year 
and reestablished itself as tbe successful mixed chorus it was before the war. 
The enrollment was increased to forty-three. 

During the winter, appearances were made before the Rotary Club and various 
churches of Keyser. For the Christmas convocation, the Singers presented the can- 
tata, "Childe Jesus" with solos and duets sung by Ruth Bishop, Joyce Chenoweth. 
Toni Dayton, Hilda Frye, Joanne Hibbs, Hannah Wagoner. John Grant, Paul Hines, 
John Martini and Austin Twigg. 

Spring programs were given for many of the high schools of the eastern 
section of the state, for organizations of nearby cities, and for the college com- 
mencement services. 





MEMBERS 








Arbutus Allamong 


Joyce Chenoweth 


Norma Orndorff 




Ray Gough 


Rebecca Allman 


Elviera Colabrese 


Janet Powell 




John Hansen 


1 telen Beekman 


Toni Dayton 


Lou Price 




Paul Hines 


Ruth Bishop 


Hilda Frye 


Mary Siever 




George King 


Jeanne Carpenter 


Shirliann Grubb 


Ruth Spangler 




John Laughlii 




Betty Hawes 


Sheila Wildemann 




John Martini 




Rena Heare 


John Ashby 




Charles McCo 




Jean Hess 


Tommy Conlon 




Edward Seam 


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Joanne Hibbs 


Charles Devereaux 




John Simons 


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Delaine Lipscomb 


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Robert Sincei: 


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Romana Minear 


Robert Ford 




Kenn Smith 
Paul Westfall 


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President 


Austin Twigg 


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John Grant 




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Robert Heisey 




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Organized early in the fall, the Debate Club began discussing the resolution: 
"Labor should be given a direct share in the management of industry." The club 
was divided into two groups, Mr. McGeachie coaching the affirmative speakers. 
Mr. Burke coaching the negative speakers, and Dr. Bclen acting as advisor of 
the whole organization. Both divisions began holding regulai meetings; separately, 
to organize, and together, for scrimmage. The firsl public appearance was made 
before the Keyser Rotary Club, February 6. Subsequent matches were arranged 
for Convocation and with other college debate teams. 



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Mildred Pope 



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Our motto. "A sport for every girl and every girl in a sport" has created a 
demand for a broad recreational program for women. In order to give girls some 
recognition for ability shown in athletics due to the absence of a varsity team, 
a point system has been setup and approved by the same committee issuing the 
letters to the football and basketball men. A girl can participate in the various 
sports of her choice and earn credit according to the valuation given. 

To become a member cf the W. A. A. 250 points are required to entitle a girl 
to wear the club's emblem. On completing 500 points, she tarns the pin. When 
she has credits amounting to 1,000. she is entitled to wear the standard intramural 
school letter, which is the highest award offered. 



K.MDKKS 



Mary Ellen Kenny 
Edna Jean FerreJl 
Hasaleah Snyder 
.loan Gerstell 
Norma Lee Hannas 



Frieda Schmier 
Elinor Kizer 
Charmaine Johnson 
.Marian Tenney 
Dorothy Fazenbaker 
Delaine Lipscomb 
Detiv Lee Hawse 



Maxine Robertson 
Winifred McCloskv 
Frances Fleek 
Paula Williams 
Willie Childers 
Deris Schartiger 




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Elviera Colabrese 

Lenora Bean 

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William Ballard 


George Walley 


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Brooks Harris 


Philip Yanoschik 


Haseleah Snyder 


Homer Henderson 


Lloyd Montgomery 


Charles Stultz 


Joe -Manchin 


Arnold Thomas 


Carl Moats 


Robert Sauders 


.lames MeFarland 


Clifford Smith 





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Keith Allen 
Roy Ashcraft 
Ralph Basilio 
Neal Baisi 
William Ballard 
Ed Burns 
Robert Bruce 
David Clav 
Gene Cottrill 
William Campbell 
Edward Conroy 
John Dorsey 
Rrooks Harris 
Wilbur Hull 



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Jack Lefever 
Len Lenevich 
Joe Mancliin 
Carl Moats 
Rill McProuty 
Jim McFaiiand 
John Peters 
Don Rogers 
Tom Ritter 
Clifford Smith 
Earl Shaffer 
Stanley Szafran 
Kobei t Sauders 
Andrew Stcirett 



Joe Stanislawczyk 

. .enneth Sims 
William Stultz 
Eugene Stephenson 
Fred Tweecllio 
George Walley 
Charles Yost ' 
Phillip Yanoschik 
Mike Yewcic 

Charles Cisar, Manager 

Rupert Bailey 
Burton Sharp 
Loren Rinehart, Jr. 
Assistant Managers 



This year's Potomac State Catamounts experienced one of their 
most successful gridiron campaigns in the school's history. 

The Cats rounded into a first class aggregation under the able 
coaching of Coach Dana G. Lough and assistant coach. Judson Hodges. 

Potomac State's gridders were strong contenders for the West 
Virginia State Conference crown but were edged in their final tilt by 
a strong West Liberty eleven. 

Another feature of this year's team was its selection as one of 
the top teams in the nation in the weekly sports writers' football poll. 
The Catamounts were in such distinguished company as Oklahoma 
A & M and North Carolina, both stalwarts of the gridiron. 

In ranking thirty-fifth in the nation for two successive weeks, 
Potomac State is probably the first junior college ever to receive national 
recognition with four-year colleges and universities. 

The Cats played their first three games away from home, winning 
all three. Potomac's gridders played their first game September 20. 
Performing under the lights in a nocturnal tilt the Cats defeated West 
Virginia Tech 7-0. A week later found the Cats at Athens, West Virginia, 
where they met and defeated the Conccrd Mountain Lions 13-6. October 
5. Coach Lough's gridders journeyed to Charleston, where they again 
came off the field with victory, beating Morris Harvey by the count 
of 7-0. 




WILLIAM STULTZ 


PHILLIP YANOSCHIK 


NEAL BAISI 


Westernport, Md. 


Conemaugh, Pa. 


Elkins, W. Va 


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Conemaugh, Pa. 
BACK 



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Conemaugh, Pa. 
FULLBACK 



STANLEY SZAFRON 

Benwood, W. Va. 
GUARD 



The succeeding Saturday found the Cats at home for the first 
time of the season. Playing before a homecoming crowd held to only 
300 by a driving rain and sea of mud, the Cats were able to beat the 
elements and the Shepherd Rams by the count of 21-0. October 19, 
the Cats faced the Davis and Elkins Senators at Elkins in a game that 
was considered crucial as the conference crown appeared to be at stake. 
When the final whistle had sounded. Potomac State had eked out a 
7-0 victory, and was in a commanding position in the conference race. 
October 27, the Catamounts trounced the Salem Tigers under the lights 
at Grafton by the score of 20-0. 

The final three games of the season were played in Stayman Field. 
The team had by this time run up an impressive total of six straight 
wins, all of which were scored in the conference and had gained national 
recognition for their splendid record. November 2, the State gridders 
opened their home stand by romping over the Glenville State College 
Pioneers 24-6. On November 9, the Catamounts met the highly publi- 
cized California State Teachers from California. Pa. The Cats put up 
a valiant fight, but the Teachers walked off with a 21-6 verdict. 

The Cats played their season's final on November 16, meeting 
West Liberty in a tilt that was to decide the conference title. The 
game was a hard fought contest with Liberty scoring the only touch- 
down of the game late in the fourth period, thus walking off the field 
with a well-earned 7-0 victory. 



Opponents 

\V. Va. Tech 

Concord College 

Morris Harvey Collegi 

Shepherd College 

Davis Elkins College 



Opponents 

Salem College 

Glenville College 

California State College 

West Liberty College 




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Cumberland, Md. 


Grafton, W. Va. 


Moundsville, W. Vi 


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Hagerstown, Md. 


Graftcn, W. Va. 


Farmington, W. Va. 


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Benwood, W. Va. 
GUARD 




KEITH ALLEN 

Franklin, W. Va. 
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Montgomery, W. Va. 
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Moundsville, W. Va. 


Keyser, W. Va. 


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Membership in the Sports Club is open 
to all men interested in sports and espe- 
cially to those who participate in football 
and basketball. The purpose of the club is 
to promote all types of amateur athletics 
among the students during the school, year. 



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Coach Dana G. "'Horse" Lough guided his Potomac State Catamount 
basketball team through 13 victories and 12 defeats. 

Potomac State's chances on the court were hampered during the 
entire season by withdrawals, injuries, and illness. Coach Lough uncov- 
ered a new offensive scoring threat in Dallas Ours, who scored 165 
points during the last half of the season. Bob Lefever averaged eleven 
points per contest in his last 16 games. 

Yewcic led all Potomac State scorers with 200 points and his 
percentage of 73 at the foul line on 86 conversions in 118 attempts 
may be a new Hilltopper record. Kenny Sims with 264 points. Lefever 
with 178, Ours 165, and Arnold "Jack" Thomas 114. were the other 
Cats to go over the "100" mark in scoring. 

Potomac State had two high water marks in its season. The first 
was the 72-61 victory in the second game with Alderson-Broaddus. 
The Battlers had dropped only two contests prior to this game. The 




Front row from left to right — Yewcic, Harwood, Montgomery, McPrcuty, Cassidy, Gough 
Hack row left to right— Coach Lough, Baisi, Sims, Thomas, Bruce, Burn's, Manager Sharp. 




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MIKE YK\V< i( 



second high point came in the W. Va. Intercollegiate Basketball tour- 
ney. Potomac State drew the Bethany Bisons in the opening round of 
play. Bethany was one of the tournament favorites and the Cats were 
rated as just another team. Potomac State trailed all the way but a 
basket by Mike Yewcic tied the score in the last minute and Dallas 
Ours dropped the winning goal through the hoop seconds later to elim- 
inate the Bethany team 63-62. The inspired Cats fought their way into 
the semi-finals only to be stopped by the Battlers of A-B. 

Potomac State scored 1421 points for an average of 57 per game 
during the 25 game grind. 

Opponents They 

W. Va. Wesleyan 5S 

Alderson-Broaddus 61 

Frostburg State Teachers 32 

Shenandoah College 52 

Shepherd College 51 

Glenville State 66 

Westinghouse Apprentice 51 

Concord College 64 

Frostburg State Teachers 30 

Tournament Gaines 

Bethany College 62 

Glenville State 65 

Alderson-Broaddus 75 



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Salem College 


45 


49 


30 


Cumberland Pro Amvets 


42 


72 


55 


Cumberland Pro Amvets 


53 


55 


51 


Glenville State 


52 


09 


52 


Salem College 


56 


37 


57 


Alderson-Broaddus 


74 


80 


48 


Fairmont State 


52 


50 


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Davis-Elkins College 


64 


49 


44 


Concord College 


60 


82 


49 


Bluefield College 


40 




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West Liberty College 


36 


03 


67 


Shepherd College 


49 


72 


50 


West Liberty 


60 


55 



The following men were awarded letters in football: Keith Allen 
Ralph Basiho. William Ballard. Edward Burns, John Dorsev Brooks 
Harris. Homer Henderson. John Lenevich. Joseph Manchin Carl Moats 
William MeProuty. James MeFarland. John Peters, Donald Rogers' 
Thomas Ritter. Clifford Smith. Earl Shaffer. Robert Sauders, Andrew 
Sterrett, Joe Stamslawezyk, Eugene Stephenson, and George Walley. 

The following were awarded letters in basketball: Neal Baisi Ed- 
ward Burns. Robert Lefever, Dallas Ours, Kenneth Sims and Arnold 
Thomas. 

The following were awarded football sweaters: Neal Baisi Stanley 
Szafran. William Stultz. and Phillip Yanoschik. 

The following were awarded basketball sweaters: Ray Gough Mask 
Harwood, and Lloyd Montgomery. 

The following were awarded managers' letters: Charles Cisar Bur- 
ton Sharp. 

A special award was given Mike Yewcic for having taken part in 
sports m 1941. 1942. and 1947. 





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Potomac State School 

of West Virginia University 

A Junior College. Fully Accredited, Offering Courses in Arts and 

Sciences, Pre-Law, Pre-Education, Commerce and Business 

Administration. Home Economics, Agriculture. 

Engineering, Music. Pre-Dental, Pre-Medical 

Sensible Academic Standards 

A Well-Planned Social and Physical Education Program 
Intelligent Attention to the Problems of the Individual Student 



Reasonable Cost 

A W est Virginia Institution in Keyser 

Summer Term: Registration June 10. 1947 
Fall Semester: Registration September 8. 1947 



E. E. Church, President 





Tri-State 
Mine and Mill Supply 

Company 

310 Commerce St. 
CUMBERLAND, MD. 

Phones 3284 and 3285 



There are many things to think of 
when building a new house or mod- 
ernizing an old one. Plumbing and 
heating are exceedingly important. 
Nothing contributes more to your 
comfort than a nice up-to-date bath 
room; a well-arranged kitchen and 
an efficient heating plant. 

Don't hesitate to call on us for assist- 
ance. Estimates cheerfully given. 
Send for literature. 



OWEN E. HITCHINS President 

JOHN STEWART - - - Secretary 
J. E. CALLAHAN - - Sales Manager 



The New Keyser Theatre 



Ultra Modern 



and 




Music Hall Theatre 



Entertainment for Everyone 



N. B. Carskadon, Owner 
Kcvser. W. Va. 



West Virginia 

Pulp and Paper 

Company 



Luke, Maryland 






Central West Virginia 
Grocery and Supply Co. 



Wholesale 



William Merandi, Owner 



Flemington, W. Va. 



Remember . . . 

'Ike. Blue g<Uf. 

New Creek Drive 

Keyser, W. Va. 


A Cumberland Institution 

Serving the Tri-State Area 

For Nearly a Century. 


JwIGM we, too, offer our sincere 

good wishes to this year's graduating class; to those 
who have gone before; and to those who are to follow 
and to the undoubted success of the completion of the 
task that lies before us, the achievement of everlasting 
peace. 

McKcticfi 

Cumberland, Md. 


Style Shop 

Ashfield Street, Piedmont. W. Va. 


J. H. Feaster 

Jeweler and Optometrist 
Piedmont. W. Va. 


A good place to eat 

EMERY'S 

BUS TERMINAL RESTAURANT 


People's Pharmacy 

E. L. CLEVENGER. Prop. 
Prescription Specialists 

Main and Armstrong Sts. 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Compliments of 

KessePs News Agency 



All Potomac State News Appears in 
The Mineral Daily News Tribune 

Printers of the PASQUINO 

Keyser, W. Va. 



Enjoy 

RED ROCK 

for 

BEVERAGES 

with 

"Character" 

Home Owned 




McCoole's Men's Store 

"One Man Tells Another" 
Keyser, W. Va. 



Meet Your Friends 

at 

T HE SPORTS CENT ER 

Bowling — Billiards 

Potomac State Headquarters 
Keyser, West Virginia 



Zenith Radios 



Photographic Supplies 



Cosmetics 



Carrier's Service Store 

"The Sugar Bowl" 



Student Headquarters 
Keyser, W. Va. 



School, Office 
Engineering Supplies 



Hobby Supplies 
and Accessories 



Hanna's Food 
Market 

"Big Enough 
To Fill Your Needs" 

"Small Enough 
To Appreciate Your Business" 

192 West Piedmont Street 
Phone 24441 Keyser. W. Va. 



J. H. Markwood 
Sons 



Furniture 

Keyser, W. Va. 




Royale Dairy 



"Fit For a King" 
gr A de 

Pasteurized 

Homogenized 

Vitamin D Milk 




Phone 5286 236 S. Water Street Keyser, W. Va. 




. . . Always 
Featuring . . . 

The 

o / NEWEST 

Hats 

at 

"Prices You Like 

£> fgi | To Pay" 

$1.98 to $15 



May We Serve You? 

Field's Chic Millinery 

11!) Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Mel. 



Compliments of 


McGuigan's 


Mott's Lunch Room 


Shoes and Hosiery 

Piedmont, W. Va. 


--^^r=— Compliments of — f&fif— 

"TL V- — A. titi - 




1 Acme Furniture Co. H 


<^ Piedmont, W. Va. £&* 


Ask for 

Lear and Oliver 


Elliot Radio 
and Electrical Co. 

Household Electrical Appliances 


Ice Cream 


"We Sell the Best 
and Service the Rest" 


'It's Better" 


132 Ashfield St. 

Dial 6751 




Piedmont, W. Va. 


Phone 1487-W 


Thirty Years 5 


WEBB'S SHOES 


Experience 


Locally Owned and Operated 

Featuring the 

World's Finest Shoes 

For Men and Women 

At Greatly Reduced Prices 

83 N. Centre St. 


Makes Us Competent To Handle 

Every Type of Laundry Work 

to Your Entire Satisfaction 

AMERICAN 
STEAM LAUNDRY 


Cumberland, Md. 


COMPANY 


Out of the High Rent District 


Piedmont. W. Va. Dial 8441 



BOGGS SUPPLY COMPANY 



Dealer in All Kinds Lumber, Lime, Cement, Plaster, 

Sheetrock, Wallboard, Sash, Doors, Moulding, 

Roofing, Laths, Paints, Oils, Feeds, Hay, 

Groceries and Gasoline 



Dial 4401 



New Creek Drive 



It takes Quality 
to make Success 

Our famous make 
clothes for men 
will help you on 
the road to success 




Compliments of 

Wildemaim's 

Quality Cleaners 
Keyscr, W. Va. 



Potomac 

Valley 
Hospital 

Keyser, W. Va. 




For Longer Tire Mileage 

Greater Safety 

Smart Economy 

buy at the 

Kelly Oval Sign 

more miles for your money- 



Kelly s Arc Tou git 



The Kelly-Springfield Tire Co, 

Factory at Cumberland, Md., Dealers Everywhere 



Piedmont Grocery Company 

Piedmont, W. Va. Oakland, Md. 

R. G. DuVALL, Mgr. 

Distributors of 

Piedmont Coffee and Tea 

Sun-Kist Fruits and Vegetables 

Larabee's Best Flour 



You Get So Much More at 



Nobil's 



135 Baltimore St. Cumberland 



The Home of Good Food Since 1910 



Ham ill's Restaurant 

All Night Service 




A Friend 






Calemine's Shoe Shop 


Kight's Walgren 
Agency Drug 


Wishes 

The Entire Student Body 

And Faculty 


Store 


Good Luck! 


Keyser, W. Va. 


74 Armstrong St., Keyser, W. Va. 


Flour, Grain, Hay 
and Mill Feed 

Woolf Milling Co. 


Ludwick's Garage 

Body and . . Electric and 

Pender MjMnSMf Acetylene 
Repairing fl ■ Welding 

Everything that is best for your car. 


Wholesale Groceries 
Keyser, W. Va. 


"A Call To Us 
Is a Call To Service" 

Phone 5231 Keyser, W. Va. 



Compliments of 

Grusendorf's Service Store 

Close to the Campus 

''Win or Lose — Be a Good Sport'" 

Piedmont Street Keyser, W. Va. 


Mineral County Garage 

Sales m& W) Sendee 

Keyser, W. Va. 


Compliments of 

ELSY'S 


Compliments of 

Keyser Studio 


Leading Florist 

Flowers For All Occasions 
We Speeialize in Corsages 

Phone 6276 


SHAPIRO'S 

At Your Service 


Meet Here To Eat . . . 

Royal Restaurant 

Main Street Keyser, W. Va. 



'GOOD 'gOODS^ COME IN 

LITTLE^packages" 

The S. T. Little 
Jewelry Co. 

SINCE 1851 

1.13 Baltimore St. 
Cumberland, Mel. 



Compliments of 

S II EAR' S 




Flower Shop 



Electrical Service 



Minnich'l 



74 N. Main Street 



Keyser, W. V; 



If You Don't Know 

FURS 

Know Your Furrier 



Green's Fur Shop 

57 Baltimore St. Cumberland, Md. 



Mills and Company 

Produce 

Piedmont, W. Ya. 



KAPLON'S 

Young Men's Shop 

Cumberland, Md. 



J. M. Armstrong & Co. 

General Merchandise 

Route 220 Rawlings, Md. 



Ruhl Studios 

Official Catamount Photographer 

Cumberland, Maryland 




The Evening Times 

The Sunday Times 

The Cumberland News 



Leading Newspapers 
Of the TrUState Area 



THE 

COFFMAN-FISHER 

STORES 



Style Without Extravagance 



Meet Your Friends at Murphy's 

G. C. Murphy Co. 

"The Friendly Store" 


Heinrich and Jenkins 

Men's Wear 

Cumberland, Md. 


R. A. Pulliam Music Service 
Amusement Devices 

Keyser, W. Va. 


Compliments of 

Workman's Market 

Keyser, W. Va. 


Gift Center 
Keyser Card Shop 


Goldsworthy and Son 

Barber Shop 

Haircuts that hold their shape. 


Romig Drug Company 

Tha^e*aHL store 

Dial 5971 Keyser, W. Va. 


Queen City 

Dairy, Inc. 

• 

When in Cumberland 

Visit 
Our Dairy Foundation 

• 

310 S. Mechanic Street 
Cumberland, Md. 


Patronize 

Our 
Advertisers 



Phone Cumberland 2582 

Bopp's Flower Shop 

75 Baltimore Street 
Flowers For Every Occasion 


You Are Always Welcome 

BURTONS 

Good Clothes 
For Men and Boys 
At Popular Prices 

129 Baltimore Street 
Cumberland, Md. 


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"Everything in Music" 

\^ts^^J^^ Records 
£V-^Tn|Ptgr Sheet Music 
^-1 — ^^ — Pianos 

S Band Instruments 
* Radio-Phonographs 

Music Shop, Inc. 

S. Liberty St., Cumberland, Md. 


first in fashion! 

IS* 

~ Cumberland 


Boosters 

The Ankeney Co. Dr. R. E. Kimmel 


WARD HAUGER 
Jeweler 

11 S. Centre St. 

Cumberland, Md. 

Prompt and Dependable Service 


SMITH'S 

Tender Feet Shoes 

Cumberland, Md. 



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Shown in the center of the picture above is Mary Ann Heinrich, of Cumberland, chosen to reign as May 
Queen at the annual celebration on the campus, Saturday, May 10. Surrounding her are the eight young 
ladies who were elected at the same time to serve as members of her Royal Court. Starting at top cen- 
ter and reading clockwise, the members of the Court are as follows: Loretta Findley, Pre-Law, Salem, 
W. Va.; Joanna Hibbs, Pre-Ed. in Music, Romney; Paula Williams, Pre-Journalism and editor-in-chief of 
the PASQUINO, Cumberland; Joan Powell, A. B., Romney; Elviera Colabrese, Pre-Ed., Albert, W. Va.; Cor- 
nelia Nesselrcdt, Pre-Business, Franklin, W. Va.; Charmaine Johnson, Speech and Dramatics, Keyser; 
and Toni Dayton, Music, Westernport, Md. 





GRADUATES 




i Heleene Allman 

Medical Technician 
Parsons. W. Va. 


Elviera Colabrese 
Pre-Education 
Albert. W. Va. 


Mary Lea Hahn 
Pre-Education 
Brandywine, W. Va. 


Rebecca Allman 
Home Economics 
Clarksburg. W. Va. 


John W. Daugherty 
Accounting 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Lee Roy Paul Hanna 
Agriculture 
Renick, W. Va. 


Paul H. Artis 
A. B. 
Burlington, W. Va. 


Francis Dorsey 
Pre-Education 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Norma Lee Hannas 
Pre-Education 
Romney, W. Va. 


Ralph O. Barrick 
A. B. 
Keyser. W. Va. 


Barbara Lloyd Durst 
B. S. (Mathematics) 
Lonaconing, Md. 


William Harriman 
Pre-Medicine 
Terra Alta, W. Va. 


Lenora Bean 

General Secretarial 
Moorefield, W. Va. 


William R. Dyer 
Pre-Law 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


Ruth Jean Hartman Rouzee 
General Secretarial 
Tunnelton, W. Va. 


Helen L. Beckman 
Pre-Nursing 
Terra Alta, W. Va. 


Dolores Elrick 
Pre-Education 
Gormania, W. Va. 


Mask M. Harwood 
Pre-Education 
Moorefield, W. Va. 


Madoline Bennett 
Home Economics 
Elkins, W. Va. 


Dorothy Fazenbaker 
A. B. 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Betty Lee Hawse 

Business Administration 
Baker, W. Va. 


Bonnie J. Bishop 
General Secretarial 
Albright, W. Va. 


William L. Fazenbaker 

Pre-Business Administration 
Luke, Md. 


Jack Heath 

A. B. (Journalism) 
Rowlesburg, W. Va. 


Ruth Bishop 
Home Economics 
Albright, W. Va. 


Edna Jean Ferrell 
General Secretarial 
Huttonsville, W. Va. 


Jean Hess 

Medical Technician 
Cumberland, Md. 


Thomas Bosley 
New Creek, W. Va. 


Loretta Findley 
Pre-Law 
Salem, W. Va. 


Joanna Hibbs 
Pre-Education 
Romney, W. Va. 


Simeon Bright 
Pre-Law 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Frances Fleek 
Medical Secretary 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Charmaine Johnson 
A. B. 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Bette Carter 

General Secretarial 
Petersburg, W. Va. 


Hilda S. Frye 

Medical Technician 
Westernport, Md. 


Kathryn Kelly 

Medical Technician 
Westernport, Md. 


Howard R. Cassidy 
Pre-Education 
Kingwood, W. Va. 


William L. Gardner 
Accounting 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Elinor Kiser 

A. B. (Chemistry) 
Keyser, W. Va. 


William E. Coffman 
Pre-Dental 

Davis, W. Va. 


Vernon A. Girfin 
A. B. (Journalism) 
Keyser, W. Va. 


Cyril J. Laffey 
Pre-Law 
Westernport, Md. 


Jill Cogar 
Accounting 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 


Eligio Grande 

Business Administration 
Albright, W. Va. 


Jacquelyn Lamm 
Medical Technician 
Cumberland, Md. 



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elalne Lipscomb 

lloll'e IviMIIHIlil': 

Keyser, W. Va. 



Norma Orndort! 
General Secretarial 
Kevser. W. Va. 



Bettj Gean Shaeffei 
Pre-Educatlon 
Gormanla, W. Va. 



Miriam Lipscomb 
Pre-Educatlon 
Pierce, W. Va. 



Barbara Parmesano 
Pre-Nurslng 
Elkins. W. Va. 



Dorla V. Bchai tlge 
Pre-Educatlon 
Rldgeley, w. Va 



Kenneth Martin 
Accounting 
Romnev, w. Va. 



Richard Parrish 
Pre-Buslness Administration 
Spencer, W. Va. 



Hilda Frieda Schm 

A. I!. 

Cumberland, Md. 



lemm E. Montgomer 
Pre-Dental 
Keyser, W. Va. 



'nomas A. Peters 
Pre-Law 
Westernport. Md. 



Mildred B. Sites 
Pre-Educatlon 
Petersburg, w. Va. 



loj (l Montgomery . Jr 
Pre-Educatlon 
Kingwood, W. Va. 



I iinw I Pitsenbergei 

Medical Secretary 
Movers. W. Va. 



>hn L. Skidmore, 
Accounting 
Franklin, w. Va 



Nora Ellen Mosser 
Medical Secretary 
Ml Lake Park. Md. 



Janet Pople 
Genera] Secretaria 
Fairmont, W. \'a. 



aseleah Snyder 
General Secretarial 
Kingwood, W. Va. 



Winifred McCloskej 
Pre-Dental 
Cumberland, Md. 



Joan Powell 
A. B. 
Romney, \v. Va. 



John w. Staggers 
Pre-Law 
Kevser, \v. Va. 



[ellls McCroskej 
Agriculture 
Elizabeth, \V. Va 



Betty Purinton 
General Secretarial 
Cumberland, Md. 



Lorna M. Stewarl 
Medical Technician 

Kevser. W. Va. 



Richard C. McCullough 
Business Administration 
Clarksburg, \\". \'a. 

Kairl McDonald 
Agriculture 
Winchester, Va. 

Roberl McGreevy 
A. B. (Chemistry) 
Piedmont W. Va. 



:tlie| Ann McGuln 
A. B. 

Westernport, Md. 



William 1.. McLaughlin 
A B. (Mathematics) 
K. ser. W. Va. 



c< rnelia Nesselrodt 

Pre-Buslness Administration 

Franklin W. Va. 



Benjamin Heed 
A. B. 
Burlington, W. Va. 

Elva Jean Roberts 
Medical Technician 
Westernport, Md. 

Maxine Robertson 
A. B. 
Westernport, Md. 

James M. Rogers 
I're-Medicinc 

Keyser, W. Va. 
Opha Roth 

General Secretarial 
Kingwood. W. \'a. 

Juanita Rotruck 

General Secretarial 

Keyser. W. Va. 



Thomas W. Stuckey 
Agriculture 

lledgesville. W. Va. 

Marion Tcnncv 

General Secretarial 

Albright, W. Va. 

Alberta Ruth Weimer 
Pre-Nursing 
Maysville, W. Va. 

Stephen V Welton 

Business Administration 
Petersburg, W. Va. 

sheila Wildemann 

A. I!. 

Kevser. W. Va. 

Paula Williams 
A. B. 

Cumberland, Md. 

William R. Wolverton 
I're-Medicinc 
Piedmont. W. Va. 



Mary Nuce 

ih.mc Economics 
Klnsrwood. w. Va 



Kenneth RoUZee 

A. P. (Chemlstrj i 

Paw Paw . w. Va. 



Michael Yewcic 
Pre-Educatlon 






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