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The Fortyfniners of one hundred years ago started from various places and had to go various
distances to reach their goal-the gold fields of California. Some made adequate preparations for
a tough, arduous journey while others started forth virtually unprepared. Most of the latter gave
up by the wayside or returned to their original homes. Ivlany reached the promised land and
entered into the rough and ready spirit of the frontier, settled down in their new locality and built
a great State.
The Fortyfniners of today need to he prepared to Rice "new frontiersf' What many of
these will he, we can only guess. Hence the need is great to put forth one's best efforts to prepare
oneself for living hy going to college or entering industry or business, but always with an attitude
of searching for hetter living, for, as Edwin Markham so wisely puts it:
"Why build these cities glorious,
If man unbuilded goes?
In vain we build the world, unless
The builder also grows."
May you also grow to be real citizens of a real country fthe U. S. A.
W. EDWIN CooN
DR. JOHN M. HICKEY
Miss MILDRED LOCKWOOD
P. O. D.
, World History
Science Survey, Healrli
U. S. History
U. S. History, P.O.D.
U.S. History, Counselor
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Biology, Driver Education
Mathematics, Ty ping
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Latin, U. S. History
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English, Visual Aids,
Choir, Glee Clubs
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BOB QVERDORFF NANCY SCHICK
CAROLYN SWARNER JERRY SHAPIRO
N. H. S., YfTeens
Cross Country, Track
YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
BURNS, GERALD -Jerry
Stage Crew, Monitor
Football, Cross Country, N.H.S
BLOCK, BEVERLY H-Pinky
YfTeens, Monitor, D
YfTeens, N. H. S.
Football, N. H. S., Track
Fox, FRANCES- H--- -Franny
Senate, Monitor, YfTeens
Track, Cross Country
GRAY, KATHRYN MKay
GRIESHOBER, DONALD +Don
Debate, YfTeens, N. H. S.
Sense of Humor
JOHNSON, JENNIE Lou-Jennie
N. H. S.
Water Polo, Tennis
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KUHNE, WALTER4WHllY CWD
Monitor, YfTeens, Drum Corps
MCGARVEY, LLOYD eMac
YfTeens, Senate, Drum Corps
Swimming, HifY, Water Polo,
N. H. S.
Wrestling, Track, Football
YfTeens, Senate, N. H. S., Monitor
Band, Senate, Projectionist
Star, Cheering, Senate, Tennis
Cross Country, Track, Senate
STAHLBAUM, RosE+Bo Bo
YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
YfTeens, Choir, N.H.S., Academe
Golf, Cheering, Basketball
Worr, DONNA MAEADOII
YocH1M, MARY JANETeCissy
N. H. S. 7
WILLIAM VOLGSTADT DON BARNEY
President VicefP1fesider nt
SALLY GOULDTHORPE JUNE ROUMFORT
Star, YfTeens, N. H. S.
Football, Track, Wrestling
ADAMS, MARY MARGARET'NUDHY
Swimming, Water Polo
ANDREWS, JOHNA jack
Glee Club, Choir
BAKER, SAMUEL-Sam Bone
Track, Senate, Cheering
Football, Golf, Basketball,
Expressive Blue Eyes
BENDER, MARTHA ANNAMarty
YfTeens, N.H.S., Mirneo, Monitor
Full of fun
Choir, YfTeens, Senate
Football, Basketball, Band, Baseball,
Monitor, Drum Corps
4 BIRD, CHARLEseeChuck
YfTeens, Chorus, Monitor
BOYD, IRMA Louelrm
YfTeens, N. H. S.
BROWN, ANNA MAYeeAnnie '
BROWN, MARX' ANNeAMarzie
Red Cross, YfTeens
BUETTNER, MARY AL1CEeMitzi
Basketball, Football, Monitor
Senate, Choir, N.H.S., YfTeens
CANTONI, FRANK Fert
CARPENTER, ROMAYNE ssRay
COONEY, THOMAS' ffom
Basketball, Senate, Red Cross, Projectionist
Football, Baseball, Track, Basketball,
Red Cross, N. H. S.
Academe, Senate, YfTeens
Senate, YfTeens, Mimeo, Red Cross
!YfTeens, Monitor, N. H
Matter of Fact
Drum Corps, YfTeens
YfTeens, Drum Corps
Mirneo, YfTeens, Drum
Football, Wrestling, Star, Water
Full of Fun
Basketball, Track, Bancl,N. H. S.
YfTeens, Red Cross, Monitor
Full of Pep
EDDER, DoR1seLittle One
YfTeens, Monitor, Chorus
Chorus, Red Cross
Band, Orchestra, Track, Cross Country
YfTeens, Drum Corps
FLATH, NANCY1NHHC l W
Chorus, YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
Chorus, Drum Corps, Mimeo
Choir, YfTeens, Chorus, N.H. S.
Monitor, Red Cross, YfTeens,
Choir, Orchestra, Chorus, N.H.S.
YfTeens, Red Cross
Nice to Know
N. H. S., YfTeens, Star
GETZ, AUDREY-Giggly Getz
Full of Pep
Academe, YfTeens, N. H. S.
YfTeens, Star, Monitor, N. H
YfTeens, Senate, Monitor
HAAS, RAYMOND KENNETH-Chaos
Choir, Clee Club, Basketball
Up in the World
Football, Track, Basketball
Basketball, Track, Football
GREENE, THOMAS'-as Mort
YfTeens, Drum Corps
HERSHEY, SALLY-Sally Lou
Monitor, YfTeens, Drum Corps
Glee Club, Stage Crew
YfTeens, Drum Corps
Flaming Red Hair
HERBSTRITT, ELIZABETH --Stilts
YfTeens, Cheering, Monitor
Choir, Clee Club, Stage Crew
Sense of Humor
Water Polo, Swimming
YfTeens, lvlonitor, Twirler
Band, Track, Cross Country, O
Cheering, YfTeens, Monitor
Full of Fun
Chorus, YfTeens ,l D'
. J 3 ' '
Quiet Q' N
Choir, Chorus, YfTeens
Drum Corps, YfTeens
Senate, Star, YfTeens
Pretty Auburn Hair
Pretty Blue Eyes
KOHL, MARY CATHER1NB+Katie
Water Polo, Swimming, Monitor
Senate, Monitor, N. H. S., Projectionist
Chorus, Senate, YfTeens
YfTeens, Mimeo, Monitor
Twirler, Senate, YfTeens, Monitor
Water Polo, Senate, Swimming
Pretty Red Hair
YfTeens, Mimeo, Drum Corps
Football, Basketball, Baseball
LAUER, MARTIN fMart
LAWLESS, ANNA MARIE4AHH
LEHR, DAVID4Big Dave
Football, Monitor, Band, Track
Band, Academe, Grchestra
Choir, YfTeens, Senate, N. H. S
LAW, BETTY joeejo
LEE, MARY ANNYMHICY
LILLER, NORBERT-Norbie LINDSEY, CONSTANCE-Connie
Monitor YfTeens, Monitor
Humorous Pretty Hair
LINDSTROM, GARY-Bud LOVE, BARBARAeBarb
Track, Monitor Debate, Cheering, YfTeens
HappyfgofLucky Monitor, Red Cross
LOWRY, JOYCE-JOYCC A LYNE, RUTH-Ruthie
Senate, N. H. S., Choir, YfTeens Star, Cheering, N. H. S., YfTeens
Personality Plus Sophisticated
MAGRAW, JOAN---Jo MALASZEK, EDWIN'-SORRY
YfTeens, Monitor Track
MALATESTA, RONALD eeRonny MALORY, JEANYJCHUUC
Football, Academe YfTeens, Monitor
MANNING, BARBARA-Barb MARTHINSEN, CHARLES-ChUCk
Academe, YfTeens, N. H. S. Debate, N. H. S., Star
Sweet h Sociable
MARTIN,i Harold- Frenchie
Track, Stage Crew
Star, N. H. S.
Mimeo, Red Cross, YfTeens, N. H. S.
MEYERS, MARY Lou-Lu Lu
Star, Senate, N. H. S.,
Full of Fun
Pretty Blonde Hair
MILLER, RICHARD S.-Dick
Basketball, Tennis, N.H
Chorus, Senate, YfTeens, Monitor
Pretty Blonde Hair
MORK, HERBERT eHerbie
MORYC, FLORENCE--F lo
Football, Track, Monitor,
NELSON, BRUcE Father 3
Monitor . Q34
YfTeens, Chorus, Monitor
CRENGIA, MARY LoUeNem
Drum Corps, YfTeens
Debate, YfTeens, Academe, Mimeo
N. H. S., Library
Pretty Red Hair
Twirler, YfTeens, Monitor
Nice , Friendly
Pmrxowsiu, ADELINE eAddy PIATKOWSKI, DANIEL-PSYC
Senate, YfTeens, Star, Choir, Chorus
PINZOK, DoRorHYe Dott
YfTeens, Chorus, Mimeo
Efficient , J I-4 X Dignified
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POWELL, GEoRGE -Fiddler PRAWDZIK, RITA-Rie
Wrestling, Clee Club, Choir, Stage Crew YfTeens, Chorus
PRZYBYSZEWSKI, IRENEPM-Renie PUSHCHAK, WILLIAM -Push
YfTeens, Monitor Projectionist, Monitor, Wrestling
RADOV, MIRIAM-Mitzi RAWA, MARY ANN-Raw Raw
YfTeens, Monitor, Senate YfTeens, Drum Corps, Senate
Gorgeous Suntan Sense of Humor
Swimming, Water Polo, N. H. S.,
REGAL, MARY ANN-Butch
Monitor, Projectionist, Water Polo
Water Polo, Swimming, Monitor,
EX Track, Projectionist
,MYR ROBERTSON, DAVID-Dave
6+ Band, Choir, Glee Club
YfTeens, Twirler, Star, Senate
Chorus, Yffeens, Senate
Choir, N. H. S.
SAEGER, MARY JANE-janie
Academe, Monitor, Mimeo
N. H. S., Projectionist, Star, Monitor
SAPPER, DA LEiRed
Senate, Chorus, YfTeens
Star, Cheering, Senate
Twirler, Red Cross
Senate, Basketball, Stage Crew
Glee Club, Choir
Chorus, YfTeens, Senate
Full of Fun
Red Cross, Debate, N. H. S.
Red Cross, Mirneo, Monitor
Nice P "i
SEILER, CLYDE -Si
Football, Basketball, Track
Sense of Humor
Senate, Chorus, YfTeens,
Senate, Clee Club, Choir
Quiet X to L "
. Twirling, Monitor
Water Polo, Swimming
Football, Stage Crew
Black Wavy Hair
STUBBE, Lou ANN'-LOU
Senate, YfTeens, Monitor
SPRAGUE, MARY ANN-Stink
Drum Corps, Monitor
Orchestra, Twirling, YfTeens,
Monitor, N. H. S.
YfTeens, Monitor, Mimeo, Senate
Drum Corps, Monitor
Water Polo, Swimming, N. H. S.
Band, Football, Monitor
SZUMIGALA, NANCYE -V-- Nan
Academe, YfTeens, Monitor,
U TAcoNE, DANIEL-Beast
Monitor, Drum Corps, Mimeo, YfTeens
TANNER, RoBERTee Bob
Mechanic, Color Guard, Projectionist
Track, Senate, Debate
Academe, Senate, Y'-Teens
Track, Cross Country, Monitor, Football
Senate, Football, Track, N. H. S.
WAGNER, HA RRY-Harry
Senate, Debate, YfTeens, Star,
Red Gross, N. H. S.
WFBER, MARY ANN-Cookie
Beautiful Blonde Hair
YfTeens, Star, Chorus
YfTeens, Ghorus, Monitor
Swimming, Water Polo, Glee Club
Twirler, YfTeens, Monitor
Clee Club, Choir, Band, Wrestling
Choir, YfTeens, Twirler, Academe, Senate
Lots of Fun
YfTeens, Red Cross
Twirler, Monitor, YfTeens
Senate, Red Cross, YfTeens
gfrlvifzq 5111 Gflffer Mifzree
From left to right: MOST Lixxfiv TO Succmiy fbfCarolyn Swarner, Dick Wilson. CUTEST Couvixfjanet Stohlman, jerry Burns. MOST DIGNIFIED-
Anna Case, john johnson. WITT1IiS'P' Loretta Mikolajczak, john Stahl. BrsT SPORTSTNBRCY Shick, Pete Fraschetti. MOST POPULAR-Pauline
Nellis, Bob Overdorff. MOST STUDIOUS--Virginia Gwinn. john Christy. BEST LOOKINGA-Barbara Cox, Bill Kerr. MOST BASHFUL -ffMary Yochim,
Frank Woychcck, Blcursr Ftnu-s Bertha Silver. Ted Benson.
From left to right: BEST DANCERSW joan Vvlinarski. Larry Arduini. f3L"l'l'4l' Cmivui Kathleen lvlclhll. xlcc Vwloznickl. MOYT DILQNIPTFYD' -Mzlrge
Ward, Chuck Marthirmscn. WHITTIEST Helm Dullly. Kenny Haas. Plz:-ml'-r' Ruth Lyne. Chuck Sclrrritt. Nlffl POPULAR -Sally Uoulalthorpc.
Bill Volgstanlt. MUST STl.IDIOU57Hk11'1'lLZlC Blxrgnman, Bolv Donovan. Blvl' SPOMQ Rolwrta Allowny. Ronnrc Schultz. MOST BASHFUL Beverly
Griewahn, Ed Burger. BEST LOOKING 'Alice -lolwcs, Ray Nerdcr. llrrzfwfr Frnfr- Dolly Wrll. Brll Nulson,
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I. Flaherty, R. Fisher, L. Conn, 5J. Hagmann, L. Cameron, M.
D'Amici, D. Doran, D. Johnson, A. Dellft.
ROW ll-W L. King, D. Herman, D. Kephart, V. Konzel, I. Ellis,
J. Harris, J. Conaway, E. Gustafson, J. Auditori, -L. Burchfield,
G. De Fonzo, N. Fritts, M. Bretz. ' lp
ROW III--R. Martin, O. Lauterbach, D. Watcherson, G. Wolf,
N. Ricci, M. Wolf, J. Trohoske, L. Shalfstall, B. Stover, E. Land'
berg, O. Reisenauer, B. Roberts, S. Loosemore.
ROW IV-G. Roth, M. Rizzo, J. Yaole, G. Pastore, D. Noiiglia,
M. Swarner, M. McFadden. D. Vogt, F. Olsen, T. Malinowski,
M. Sherick, R. Tome, L. Vogt. '
Row V'-J. Rounds, D. Kubiak, E. Perkowski, E. Shade, G.
Schiller, D. Nordin, A. Pancerev. L. Watson, J. Schumacher,
R. Regal, J. Mahoney. R. Schley, D. Ma-lm.
ROW VI-R. Rodgers, T. Rogers, D. Rosenthal, J. Mahoney,
R. Zipperola, W. Theis, R. Paulson, Simonsen, R. Roach,
D. Higham, A. Allen, J. Fracassi, D. Kline.
ROW VII-WT. Baldwin, J. Hellwege, R. Kreider, E. Kaufman,
J. Justice, B. Loomis. J. Collins, J. Chamberlain, R. Haskins,
F. Hornyak, D. Kenny, D. Geisler, V. Heidt.
ROW VHIiE. Adiutori, D. Hoffman, J. Klein, R. Ferrando,
W. Hutchison, R. Kennedy, J. Peters, R. McGarvey, J. Ma'
ciukiewicz, E. Milloy, K. Nicol.
ROW IX-J. Sawtelle, J. Schuster, Z. Sandusky, R. Palmer, R
Perry, C. Putnam, D. Nicolia, R. Mantsch, C. Miller, S. Pio
trowski, C. Scalzitti, H. Moorhouse, L. Rowell.
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W. Pziprocki, B. Rosenthal.
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X W "', N V,.v DI. Reagan, j. Metzler, J. Salvia, E. Steves, E. Zimmerman, K.
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P. Wuenschel, E. Webb, N. Weigel, R. Trimble, j. Pierce.
ROW V-D. Smith, B. Pope, B. Sopp. R. Smith, D. Sourwine
S. Roberts, R. Seitller, B. Sheaffer, A. Smith, D. Shallop, A
Shackelfortl, M. Schriefer, B. Smith.
ROW VI--M. Rinn, D. Roll, P. Salow, M. Sawtley, T. Przesor
L. Pietrzak, G. Schwindt, M. Rutkowski, D. Ray, N. Reynolds
P. Smith, A. Ruhling, A. Skaalhavn.
ROW VII4A. Pitts, L. Recker, A. Ricci, -I. Schryver, M
Sitter, j. Santlstrom, A. Montagna, L. May. C. Ohmer. M
Maher, C. Parker, F. Pawolski, P. Peterson.
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ROW l---C. Peterson, j. McMicheal. L. Mollberg, M
Migliori, A. McLaughlin, j, Miller, M. Pappucci, M. Miklinski
U. Martin. N. Nass, M. Mahoney, j. Mosier, M. McDonald
ROW lXfV. Lubascewski, N. Peplinski, M. Miller, D. Newby
-I. Luther, C. Lukeas, C. Neal, l. Parker, Malinovcski. L. Nuugh
ton, j. Pfister, R. Nelson. G. Carlson.
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Eller, R. Carr, H. Anderson, C. Catania, R. Boniger, R. Eliasson,
D. Boyd, J. Dick, E. Bellucci.
ROW II-L. Antahades, M. DeSanti, D. Barber, R. Andrzejewski,
P. Burt. B. Collins, F. Engel, D. Christenson, C. Dahllremper,
VV. Carroll. D. Bradish, T. Carrig, D. Brown.
ROW III'--L. Curry, H. Cogen. R. Drexler. B. Brown, D. Barber,
B. Clutter, P. Brandt, D. Brace. B. Arnann, D. Bohrer, M. Ander-
son, J. Beegle, B. Baldwin.
ROW IVlH. Carlson, D. Christoph, E. Auditori, L. Alwens,
T. Bogusz, H. Biebel, R. Birk, E. Amsden, N. Applebee, B. Butler,
M. Amsden, V. Boga, M. Burnham.
ROW V-P. Baker, D. Benz, S. Birkner. R. Bowersox, E. Al-
brycht, I. Auch, B. Caldwell, P. Brower, j. Greener, B. Harrington,
N. jacquel, L. Herbstritt, R. Hubert.
ROW VI-f-HD. Herman, C. Hershelman, D. Hess, M. Lindsey,
R. Gifford. D. Gibbens, H. Glauser, H. Hanson, R. Harpst, B.
Friedman, L. Kieklak, F. Kacprowicz, G. Johannes.
ROW VII-MA. Lachkovic, J. Krajnik, L. Lechtner, W. Kelly,
W. Lander, C. Gardner. R. Faber, W. Featherston, R. Levosky,
E. Hamady. I. Kinnear, Horton, J. Koen.
ROW VIII-A. Kaliszewski, M. Licato, L. jordan, VJ. Howard,
N. Knoll. j. Hughes, L. Hoover, M. Kurtz, D. Kuligowski, G.
-Iaskiewicz. S. Kershaw, gl. Krzewinska, C. Legters.
ROW IX' P. Kaminski, D. Kalivada, QI. Kranza, E. Hess, J
Lepkowski, D. Hershey. B. Lininger, M. Hug, N. Kuntz, M
Lewis, C. Konnerth, M. Heynoske, B. Higgins.
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E. Smith, D. Sims, R. Swertz, L. Windsor. L. Vvhiltus. ,l. Vtlartl
N. Walczak, A. Watson.
ROW II--L. Trott, G. Spzieder, G. Zygmant. j. Thomas, L
Tarno, W. Walker, J. Smoot. K. Warner. P. Torrelli, -I. White
G. Tylman, N. Slomski, R. Suscheck.
ROW III-J. Zeitler, R. Swenson. H. Wuenschel, bl. Stoll. nl
Tong, R. Weindorf, Strauss. DI. Seelinger. P. Gorenflo. Nl
Harrington. G. Fuhrman. R. Heltl. K. Heintz.
ROW IVfA. Downing, D. Cugnin, M. Hziupt, K. Davis. M
Hein, E. Fitzgerald, Cross, Graham, V. Eller, M. Evans
A. Gowans, B. Hellman, B. Fehrer.
ROW V-A. Dougan, QI. Ggirnow. S. Fisher. R. Goetz. kl. Droher
D. Dragar, M. Evans, D. Drake, E. Grygier. A. Foote. V, Ficken
worth, M. Dean, M. Gerrell.
W. Wagner, E. Mack, R. McLean, G. Miller, L. Zgimierowski
l ARM ROW VI-J. Hartwell, R, Stroup, R. Woeckner, Mac Kenfiie
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ROW VII-1. Woycheck, G. Osiecki. -I. Shreve, bl. Samilio
C. Waite, W. Weber, R. Schiefelhein. R. Oster. R. Pnrmerter
G. Olgin, C. Pellican. I. Rider. D. Pike.
ROW VIII-G. Stoll, T. Winkowski, U. Paloski, E. McNulty
N. Weaver, j. McMann, B. Olsen, A. Hnssel. M. Willow, H
Kilgorski, N. Miles, AI. jeiierson, M. Roesch.
ROW IX-YA. Lemon, R. Krehs, D. Lantli, M. McConnell. R
Kuhn, j. Monroe, M. Kennedy. A. Thompson. HI. Wzmtz, L
Weed, L. Shilhrick, R, Heintz. W. Willetts.
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F. Sitter, C. Spetz, P. Henson, R. Trigilio, M. Wiswell, B. Owens
Z. Lunger, R. Fogle, A. Kowalski.
ROW II- E. Ballman, Everhart, S. Kupniewski, j. Coleman
R. Andrews, F. Carter, R. Kitts, L. Beers, T. Kreitinger, L
Bush. E. Kent, R. Keisler, C. Harmon.
OW III-E. Clark, R. Gonzalez. R. Gromacki. E. Lenz, F
CK' lf' Bussard, P. Bailer. j. Arndt, E. Cavicchlo, M. Leherman, A
Coluzzi, -I. Ccover, S. Carlson, j. Culp.
ROW IV-N. Hall, M. Fulton, N. Finazzo, J. Fritts. -I. Cotter
C. DuShole, V. Guy, J. Godfrey, B. De Carolis, C. Clark, M
Gloystein, A. Duke, A. Hannah.
ROW V---j. Downing, L. Burkett, A. Blanchard, D. Clinton
AI. Bailer, D. Deckard, C. Chiota, D. Donaldson, l.. Cohen, D
Fuhrman, H. Curtis, P. Gray, C. Hart.
ROW VI-L. Capozziellozl M. Goulding, 'M. jones, J. Hill
R. Laser, A. Herman, W. Koclr, D. Haynes, R. Lewicki, W
Guelcher, W. Kennedy.
ROW VII-E. La Flame, R. Hedderick, G. Kuehl, P. Kennedy
H. Gouldrhorpe, A. King, D. King, j. Hollohaugh, R. Hissing
D, Lassie, D. Goodman. R. Kaczmarek, D. Litz.
ROW VIIlfA. Howard, R. Kohl, j. Haflly, -I. Green, R. Lom
hardi, T. McCarthy, D. Marino, A. Kennedy, P. Hilliard, j
Mattis, A. Litz. M. L. Meyers. B. Orhanek.
ROW IX--N. Mischler, M. Malm, R. Malek, B. Miller, R
Nicolia, B. Morehouse, E. Maxwell, P. Loesch, j. Mackintosh
j. Mackintosh. D. Noe. L. Lichtinger, M. Loftus.
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B. Mzxrton. L. Lincoln, M. NOWQIIQ. M. Ivhson. Ii. IVIiIl'qII.1YkIf
M. Mcycrs. A. Oster, S. Crossrnzm. G. Arduini.
ROXV II M. Barber. Ii. CI1cIcss. II. Bicrbaucr. C. Brown. ID
Driggs. B. Coon. A, Bittner, M. Baker. N. Adler. I Crokcr. I3
Chasc, A. Adams. DeD.atI.
ROW III M. Dorfnann. M. Ihkcr, j. Behnkc. Ii. Ihrncf. I'
Donikowski, S. Baumgartner. -I. Iichrrnger. I. Bulsiggcr. D. Ihrfozzc
G. Butistelli. D. Brower, P. Dnub. M. De Sami.
ROW IV C. Caracciolu. P. Iiranlish. R. RuIcs. I. Iiritkcr. ,I
AIIen. ID. Epn. S. Davis. T. Borkowski. -I. Gifford. C. Eighcr
C. GonzcIcz. C. Becmus. E. Frcnkd.
ROW V W. Bloornstinc. AI. I3.1IIc:vit. A. D.micIs. R. AntIcrsun
H. Bunting. R. Buzzard. H. Clicstncr. R. Arntlt. C, Antlcrson
M. Adams. R. De Cecco. T. Uilwlwous. -I. Fingzzzo.
ROW VI M. Dick. W. Ikllwrugosz. W. Crosby. I. Brown. R
Dann. F. Burton. E. Godfrey, R. I3:z1tm.1n. V. BLIILILIIA. II. Si'im:IIi
E. Tabuk, C. Suchdrski, N. Stcttcr.
ROW VII M. Stcvcns, IJ. Winkoski, Iwi. ZurgiwsI4i. L. Tculwrt
G. Stitzinger. B. Troup, M. Wcisciibach. E. Undcrwootl. R
Swgirtzhigcr, D. Vanucci, D. Wultur, -I. Wilhams. M. Ynghim.
ROW VIII D. Warner. R. VitcIIi, TanncIiiII. F. XXIUZEIIIIIK
AI. Waskicwicz, L. Thompson. ID. Wolf, R. Thais, C. Szygliowskgi
A. Straub, Sponsler, KI. Tralmifcriaul, S. Wagner.
ROW IX -I. Renner, KI. Prosowski, R. Sccpum. VJ. I',1t.iIit.x
M. Schumuker. P. Rokie, WI. Recd. N. Shaner. AI. Sclwscitztr. L
Schuschu, M. Slomski, M. Sclilosscr. Prathfir.
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ROW If'T. Palomhi, R. Palombi, P. Robbins, j. Sawicki, I
Schaack, A. Pollock, N. Robertson, N. Rosenthal, D. Road, A
Remaley, N. Roach, M. Palmer, C. Smith.
ROW II L. Rulini, W. Hanson, S. Hetrich, M. Harvey, l
Furey. P. Herman, A. Gaduski, I. Grieshoher, M. Furher, N.
Ellis, B. Grarh, T. Grimaldi, A. Ferrare.
Fiene, I. Gillespie. I, Guerrein, J. Fisher, C. Fuller
V. Hellman, S. Held, P. Putnam, G. Harmon, B. Extein, P. Frank'
son, A. Farina, R. Guarino.
ROW lVf-R. Froess, M. Fuller, N. Hermanson, H. McGill,
I. Patterson, C. Paszkowski, D. Murray, L. Rudolph. S, Sanborn,
G. Schumacher, W. Plavcan, D. St. George, A. Olsen.
ROW V -G. Schilling, E. McLaughlin, S. Mivfsiveris. S. Masaf
kowski, A. Schenk, C. Miller, G. Raun, C. Miller, N. Schmalenf
bach, C. Moffatt, C. Metzgar, C. Priestap, J. Niemynski.
ROXV VI V. Miller, H. Nordquist, J. Mittner. R. Pohl, T. G,
Sawtelle, T. Schvvindt, K. Rebman, P. Savilla, M. Lauterb' ,
R. Lachesky, G. Kugel, I. Lapenz, C. Lachesky. V
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ROW VII-M. Kennedy, G. Konkel, J. Kimmy, P. Lanuhi
M. Kaiser, P. jordano, K. janoski, R. jackson, J. Hotchkiss, R
Kowalski, K. Kloecker, S. Kennedy, M. Jud.
ROW VIII-A D. Kler, P. Kimit, j.'King, M. Keller, M. Krainski
AI. Kephart, M. Kaufman, D. Hinkler, A. Levandou, L. Hollen
heck, B. Kuhn, Stover, G. Stout.
ROW IX-R. Smith, F. Thompson, G. Van Damia, M. Weber
R. Strub, K. Trapp, H. Snyder, H. Wadsworth, J. Wolf, C
Zeitler, D. Wheeler, J. Stafford, H. Stevenson.
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ROW l--j. Smith, N. Smith, W. Steadman. T. Siegel, R. Young,
T. Weisenbaeh, D. Smith, F. Walker. W. Zaunegger.
ROW ll +C. Wurst, C. Anderson, R. Mando. D. Wierlvinski
R. Silvis, D. Cassidy, T. Grahowski.
ROW lll--f P. Carpenter, D. Way, j. Sampson, G. Kisscll. D. Malm
R. Orzechowski, E. Battle, K. Treiber, J. McGill.
ROW IV- F. Stumpf, S. Crook. B. Servideo, B. Snroul, D.
Spathis, A. Markowitz. -I. Foht, C. Lafh, P. Baldi.
Row VR-A. Caldwell, n. Balthes, J.'iam.ma.mcs, A. stem
E. Wilson, AI. Murphy. C. Parker, N. Beagle, S. Grace,
ROW VI---R. Yezzi, R. Scehrist, W. Yezzi, G. Zimmer.
ROW VII-R. Wygant, C. Torrelli. C. Arnoroso, xl. Beck,
ROW Vlll-N. Aldrich, M. Grace. G. Farkas, L. Plumaeher.
ROW IX-D. Schlechter, S. Downie, M. Mood, D. Hull.
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RCW I-R. Malatesta. R. Woycheck, J. Danowski, R. Larson, N. Cysterski. E. Borkowski, D. Nicolia, D. Barney, L Rexx ell N Riazz R
Buzzard. R. Schnieder, F. Engel.
ROW II-G. Anderson, G. Bookrnan, C. Harmon, D. Kenny, P. Burt, J. Peters, T. Rogers, M. Lindsey, R. May, J Fracassi M Eerrare j
ROW III-S. Lipchick, W. Collins, A. Tenenbaum, R. Zipperola, T. Nowaczyk. L. Mattis, lFac. Managerj, N. Slomski R Young T Carrig
C. Putnam, R. Andrews, H. Ramsey.
Tabbed as a dark horse by prefseason experts, Academy's 1948
football team finished the season with the best oyerfall record in the city.
After transferring from East, Coach ,Hyde gave us a very good first year
impression of his ability. Thefte-ani! had live wins, two losses, and three
ties. Comparisons show that Academy's 1948 gridders were definitely
stronger than their record shows. Academy defeated Vandergrift 13f6g
Vandergrift downed powerful New Kensington 2Of14. Academy tied
Warren, Ohiog Warren ruined New Castle's perfect record via a 6f0
victory. The Hilltoppers were the nrst team in city series history to go
undefeated in city series competition and yet not win the trophy. They
finished second behind Tech. Over half the starting team came up from
junior varsity. The team was noted for its good sportsmanship, excellent
physical condition, and teamwork.
38 Duquesne Academy 13 6 Vandergrift
12 Altoona Academy 19 12 Strong Vincent
O Tech Academy 7 15 Grand Rapids Michigaii
O Warren, Ohio Academy 14 O East
O Wesleyville -7- 7-
13 Prep Totals 139 96
Academy 7 O Prep Academy 24 7 Vincent
Academy 20 O Vincent Academy O O Tech
Academy 7 13 Tech Academy 0 12 East
Academy 12 O East f - '- 'f
Academy 43 0 Prep Totals l 13 32
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The Academy junior Varsity football team finished the 1948
season with a fine record of five wins, two losses and one tie. They finished
second to Tech in City Series competition. The Junior Lions broke a
record set by last year's teamg they defeated Prep 43fO. Under the tutelage
of Marion Lewis, the J. V.'s have never finished lower than second place
in the last eight years. Starring for the Little Lions were Gerry Stoll,
Ray Heisler, Tony Mzisi, Skip Strub, Chuck Beemis, jack Gifford, Art
oward, Bob Spinelli, and Tim McCzirthy. Other lettermen were, Ed
ack, Tom Borkowski, Jerry Schumacher, Leroy Beers, Norb Smith,
Red Yezzi, Tom Hilbert, Garry Schilling, and Steve Miiitsiveris. Coach
Lewis will have Mzisi, Hilbert, and Spinelli as a nucleus.
ROW I- R. Mann, j. Hcrbstritt, R. Spinelli. M. Weber, S. lvlintsiveris, T. Schwindt, C. Pellican, R. Oster. T. Hilbert, G. Schilling.
ROW II-- -Y. Samilio, G. Schumacher. G. Stoll, N. Smith. R. lieisler, C. Beemus, j. Gilford, T. IvIcCarthy, A. Maxsi, T. Borkowski, R. Strub,
E. Mack, T. Gibbons.
ROW 111-Mr. Lewis, C. Wurst, R. Lombardi, C. Anderson, L. Beers, R. Yezzi, J. Criscione, A. Howard, A. Coluzzi, M, Leberman, W.
Steadman, W. Yezzi, J. Wolf, Mr. Lipchik.
ROW IV-C. Baker, C. Howard, T. Deuvall, T. Lee, I. Rider, 1. Bricker, W. Caryl, C. Metzgar, H. Gouldthorpe, W. Dobrogosz, I. Woycheck,
R. Smith, j. Manns. X7 , .
ROW 1-j. Ward, D. Nicolia, B. Rowell. D. Whiteman, D. Geisler. D, Ncrdin. B. Collins.
ROW ll-R. Miller, J. Smoot, M. Lindsey, W. Theis, C. Seiler. G. Grafuis. D. Donovan.
ROW Ill-R. Bianchi, R. Nenni, N. Cyterski, N. Riazzi, T. Cacchione, E. Burger, M. Lehernwun.
ROW IV-P. Frachetti, E. Shade.
41 22 Titusville Academy
3 1 43 Oil City Academy
34 32 Titusville Academy
32 42 Sharp sville Aca demy
37 32 Corry Academy
33 31 Vincent Academy
34 43 Prep Academy
33 43 Millcreek Academy
15 23 East Academy
35 40 Meadville Academy
4 5 46 Tech
jack Komora's boys Hnished their hardwood campaign by upsetting
a favored Tech quintet 43-40, to give indications of a powerful team next
year as they have practically the whole squad returning. The team won
eight, while dropping thirteen games this season, losing several games
by one and two point margins.
Coach Komora, looking forward to next year, used mostly inexf
perienced players. Contributing greatly to the cause were Don Geisler,
jerry Grafius, Pete Nenni, Buddy Rowell, Tom Cacchione, Merle Lindsey,
and Nick Riazzi. Of these, Geisler, Gralius, and Nenni will be lost to next
17 Titusville Academy 22 27
23 Wesleyville Academy 24 15
27 Lawrence Park Reserves Academy 21 22
54 Titusville Academy 20 28
27 Wesleyville Academy 18 29
16 Corry Reserves Academy .33 16
33 Vincent Academy 33 28
37 Prep Academy 40 23
19 Millcreek Academy 29 20
ROW I-T. Sawtelle, W. Yezzi, R. Kohl, J. Wolf, E. Frankel, R. Gromacki.
ROW' H-T. Weisenbach, C. Paszkowski, J. Herbstritt, A. Howard, C. Beemus, R. Andrews, S. Mintsiveris. H. Gouldthorpe, G. Schilling
ROW III-W. Dobrogosz, R. Hissing, J. Murphy, R. Yezzi, D. Wierbinski. C. Moffatt, R. Young. T. McCarthy,
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The junior Varsity hoopsters came through the 194849 season
sporting a record of three wins against five losses in city series play. The
team was left short of experience when all the stars of the previous year
took over the reins in the Varsity loop. Coach Lewis starts from scratch
to mold teams, not only to win games in the J. V. events, but to give them
the experience to play the brand of ball that keeps the Varsity basketball
trophy in the halls of Academy. Although the team ended the season in
a tie for third place, they played good ball against stiff opposition and can
be commended for their fine sportsmanship in team play in the heat of
battle. Those awarded the monogram for their services are C. Beemus,
R. Yezzi, S. Mintsiveris, T. McCarthy, T. Weisenbach, A. Howard,
R. Andrews, J. Herbstritt, J. Criscione, D. Wierbinski.
G. Stoll, C. Wurst .I
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ROW ISE. Adams, R. Stroup, J. Sawtelle, J. Gifford, J. Klein.
ROW IlfD. Kenny, R. Buzzard, F. Engle, T. Rodgers, R. Schneider, A. Pancerev, Coach Ramsey.
ROW III-M. Walker. E. Cavicchio, N. O'Camb, A. jaskiewicz, R. Zipperola, D. Barney, R. Goulding, Arndt, R. Gibbons, 1. Clement
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Coach Ramsey's boys did it again! They annexed the 194849
city wrestling title with a record of eight wins and no losses. Their season
record was eight wins and one loss. Greenville was the only team able to
turn the trick on the Lion Grapplers and that came early in the season.
Academy had several outstanding wrestlers this year. Ralph
Schneider, Tom Rodgers, and Jim Sawtelle were undefeated in duel matches.
Five of the boys won city championships in their respective classes: Bob
Stroup, Jim Savvtelle, Jack Gifford, Ralph Schneider, and Tom Rodgers.
These tive boys then went on to win the District 10 title for Academy
by winning all Hve matches! Schneider then went on to win the state
championship crown, being only the second one in the history of Academy.
Due credit must be given to Coach Ramsey who gave much time and effort
to build a strong squad.
3 Tech Academy
29 G reen vil le Academy
8 Prep Academy
29 1 1 Vincent Academy
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ROW I- J. Thomas, J. Salvia, B. Plavcan, H. Hudscn, D. Reed, J. Hellwege, L. Baker, D. Anderson, J. Jenkins, D. Richardson.
ROW Il-T. Koenig, J. Swiderski, F. Perry, J. Buzzard, D. Vogt, J. Bayhurst, M. Defoy, R. Vogt, J. Kennedy, Mr. Mifkcvic.
ROW lllfC. Waite, J, Horne, J. Swartz, J. Strauss, N. Slomski, L. Tarno, G. Chipman, D. Mando, D. Lehr, manager. Absent when taken
This team was one of the best teams Academy has ever had.
Although it finished only second in the city title race, it was the first
team in the history of the school to win the District 10, Western Regional
and State Championships. The members of the team set Hve new school
records, three city records, two District 10 records, two Western Regional
records, and one state record.
Captain David Reed established new records in school, city and
District 10 meets, in the 200 yard dash in the time of 2:05 .8 and the medley
relay team of Reed, Tom Koenig and John Sampson set a new school record
of 1 :44.9 Jack Hellwege set a new school record of 76.93 points in diving.
A week later, Reed set a Western Regional record in the backf
stroke in the time of 1:03.2, and Sampson set a Western Regional record
in the time of 2:04.5. Sampson also set the school and city record for the
120 yard individual medley in the time of 1:22.1.
Still a week later, these boys took the state championship in one
of the most thrilling events of the year.
43 Vir cent Academy 45
42 East Academy 38
30 Prep Academy 48
28 Tech Academy 3 5
4 5 East Academy 3
3 1 Vincent Academy 4
6 5 Prep Academy T10
5 2 Tech Academy 5
Wa fer Quoin
The Water Polo team finished another splendid season boasting a
record of six wins against two setbacks. The champions of East were
the only team to sink the Blue and Gold, first by a score of 5f4, and the
second by 655. The future looks bright for Coach Mifkovic and his team.
A host of seven outstanding lettermen are returning to put Academy's
name on the top of the list. Four of our boys were selected on the Allf
Scholastic team. james Thomas was selected first string guard and was
regarded by many as the best in the city. Tom Koenig was a second string
forward, while Dave Reed and Bill Brown received honorable mention.
Those receiving the water polo monogram were: XV. Brown,
I. Hellwege, T. Koenig, D. Reed, J. Sampson, R. Specter, J. Strauss,
L. Tarno, J. Thomas, captain.
ROW I-J. Salvia, D. Reed, J. Strauss, H. Hudson, D. Anderson, R. Swartz, W. Plavcan, j. Hellwege, J. Thomas, R. Gifford.
ROW II-1. Sampson, E. Richardson, W. Brown, C. Luke, L. Tarno, T. Koenig, R. Specter, R. Eliason, Mr. Mifkovic.
ROW IH-fj. Laraway, T. Evans, J. Buzzard, J. Swiderski, 1. Tarbell, F. Perry, P. Pointer, D. Gifford.
ROW IV-P. Hilliard, W. Guelcher, L. Baker, C. Waite, G. Jonas, C. Kugel, D. Lehr.
In the dual meets last year Academy won seven and lost one,
defeating Lawrence Park, Tech, Meadville, Prep, Dunkirk, and Ashtabula,
and losing to Vincent. The boys finished second in District 10, but showed
more promise when they won the City meet. Two new school records
were established: Ronnie Mattison threw the discus 136 feet M inch,
and Pete Fraschetti ran the 880 yard run in the good time of 1 :59.2. The
latter was also a new city record.
Four lettermen returning this year are Boyd, Fracassi, Thomas,
Last year's lettermen were L. McLaughlin, Borkowski, R. Cross,
G. Deiner, H. Thomas, P. Fraschetti, E. Sawtelle, D. Boyd, J. Fracassi, ..
W. Southworth, R. Harpst, R. Uhlman, E. Martin, R. Mattison, R. Kehl,
R. Hill, R. Weisenbach, Manager.
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ROW I-L. Bush, R. Oster, R. Gorny, C. Pellican, J. Smoot, P. Nenni, M. De Santi, B. Faber, D. Christenson, K. Haas, J. Fracassi.
ROW II-W. Guelcher, Manager, F. Thompson, E. Frenkel, T. Andrzesewski, D. Baldwin, E. Cavicchio, C. Catania, T. Weisenbach, D
Murray, D. Robertson, M. Leberman, T. McCarthy, C. Scalzitti, D. Kohl.
ROW III-H. Thomas, C. Putman, T. Gibbons, B. Harrington, H. Martin, N. Cyterski, D. Bradish, B. Weber, J. Winarski, R. Schiefelbein
G. Clark, D. Baker.
ROW IV-R. Andrews, E. Borkowski, B. Ferrando, D. Boyd, C. Rose, D. Mattis, R. Harpst, R. Heisler, R. Kreider, R. Donovan, S. Matuszak
D. Zipperola, D. Lehr. A
ROW V-T. Nowaczyk, C. Beemus, D. Sieber, G. Graiius, B. Theis, B. Rowell, N. Walczak, D. Nielson, T. Greene, J. Zeitler, T. Collins, B
ROW VI-D. Hoffman, R. Andrzejewskij. Woznicki, G. Johannes, J. Greene, R. Guelcher, H. Pfeil, M. Goulding, L. Herbstritt, R. Young
A. Coluzzi, R. Amendola, C. Seiler.
ROWQI-W.QWeber, H. Thomas, R. Schiefelbein, T. Hodges.
ROW II--C. Miller, j. Ward, C. Catania, E. Cavicchio, R. Gorny, M. jackson.
ROW III-J. Stahl, G. Johannes. D. Boyd, P. Frachetti, R. Donovan.
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The Academy harriers finished another highly successful season
by tying Strong Vincent for the title with a record of seven victories and
one defeat, plus an independent victory over Meadville. Doug Boyd was
the standfout, winning every meet and also taking the District 10 title.
Credit is due also to Pete Fraschetti who was captain and, though handif
capped by injuries, gave valuable assistance to the team. Other members
of the squad were John Stahl, Hawley Thomas, and Ronald Gorny, all
of whom graduate before another season. Coach Balla is looking forward
tof 'having another successful season having Ernie Cavicchio, Dick Schiefelf
bein, Carmen Cantania, john Ward, and Boyd as a nucleus.
50 Tech Academy 15 50
41 Meadville Academy 15 47
48 East Academy 32 23
31 Strong Vincent Academy 23 38
38 Prep -- --
Totals 183 366
ROW I----I. Shapiro, B. Love, R. Lyne. D. Whiteman,
ROW ll-f C. Cohen, D. Neziglia. G. Wolf, L. Lechncr, C. Schmitt, N. Weigle, M. L. Swarncr
No sporting event would he complete without the cheerleaders
"down front," bolstering the spirit of the crowd as well as the team.
This year the squad took an active part in the basketball games as
well as the football games. They were responsible for many special rallies
and other sporting events.
Leading the squad this year from September until he graduated
in February was Dave Whitmiiri. Now the squad has been taken over by
Besides traveling and training new cheerleaders, the squad has
been busy writing new cheers and assigning appropriate actions to these
We tip our hats to the splendid work our squad has done for
we all know that school spirit is essential to a championship team.
5 2 Kanty Prep Academy 6 1 Strong Vincent
7 0 Lawrence Park Academy 7 O East
7 O Lawrence Park Academy 25 4M Prep
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7 O Tech Totals 46 10
Under the able coaching of john Balla, Academy's 1948 entry
in the City Series Tennis race placed second with wins over Tech, Vincent,
and East, and a 4M to 2M defeat at the hands of Prep in the final meet.
They also registered double wins over Lawrence Park and Kanty Prep.
Bob Gromacki, Ted Lepich, Guy Rucker, Earl Shade, and jerry Shapiro
received letters. Of these, Gromacki, and Shade are back for another season.
Jerry Shapiro upset favored Ed Koscelnik of Prep to win the Interscholastic
Tennis Tournament title. Bob Gromacki won the Erie County Junior
Championship. Coach Balla is looking forward to another successful season.
IDENTIFICATION: Kennedy, 1. Shapiro, F. Infield, R. Gromacki, E. Shade, Coach Balla.
Seated: Coach Swahn, E. Aduitori, J. Smoot, J. Kissell.
Standing: D. Whiteman, D. Barney, D. Geisler, D. Nordin.
With Don Geisler and jim Smoot as the mainstays, the 1949 charges
of Coach Swahn will seek to emulate the 1948 team that ran rough shod
over all opposition. This team won nine meets and tied one. Dave Whitef
man was captain of the team as well as the leading golfer. Dave was medalist
six times. In the District 10 meet, Whiteman stroked an 81 over the rain
soaked Edinboro course to place first and qualify for the State meet. Charles
Krueger placed ninth in the state meet while Whiteman, suffering from a
sprained back, came in twelfth. Whiteman and Krueger are the only
two who have graduated.
Academy 11 1 Strong Vincent
Academy 10M 1 M Prep
Academy 12 0 Tech
Academy HM M Lawrence Park
Academy HM M East
Academy 9M 2,5 Strong Vincent
Academy 6 6 Prep
Academy 12 O Tech
Academy 10 2 East
Academy 7 5 Lawrence Park
Totals 101 19
Academy Prep Academy 3 Prep
Academy East Academy 4 East
Academy Vincent Academy 6 Vincent
Academy Tech Academy 1 1 Tech
Academy Prep Academy 7 Prep
Academy East Academy 9 East
Academy Vincent Academy 2 Vincent
Academy 3 Tech Academy 8 4 Tech
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ROW HWR. Cole, J. Murphy, J. Schumacher, T. Greene, R. Ferrando.
ROW IIIAP. Kennedy, E. Borkowski, R, Neider.
Academy baseballers Wound up their season with a record of thirteen
wins and five losses. They Hnished second in city series standings behind
Strong Vincent. Dick Kehl pitched a nofhit game. Norb Cysterski placed
second in the city series batting race with a .467 percentage for individual
notoriety. Lettermen are R. Ferrando, R. Neider, J. Schumacher, J.
Christy, T. Cacchione, E. Denniston, N. Cysterski, R. Bianchi, E. Borf
kowski, J. Murphy, R. Kehl, P. Kennedy, and T. Green. Of these, Christy,
Denniston, and Kehl will be lost to next years squad.
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DRUM MAJOR-Joseph Woznicki. CLARINETS-S. Davis, D. Higham, R. Kennedy, T. Masi, R. Mellinger, G. Schiller, J. Shreve, W. Walker
TRUMPETS--D. Boyer, -I. Brown, G. Chose, B. Freidman, R. Hoagland, R. Holder, M. jackson, D. Klick, D. Lester, L. Marsh, R. Mendel, D
Oless, J. Tong. BASSES-J. Lasher, M, Leberman, D. Lehr. FRENCH HORNS-J. Fisher, D. Murray, J. Nutter, R. Pohl. SAXOPHONE'
L. Antabades, J. Coleman, T. McCarthy, R. Miller, P. Pointer, -I. Stafford, E. Sznajder. BARITONES-T, jones, G. Kennedy, D. Robertson
TROMBONES-W. Brown, R. Dick, E. Freukel, J. Gehrlein, D. jones, R. Paulson. D. Thomas. DRUMS' J. Andrae, R. Bianchi, KI. Everhart
K. Gardner, D. Hayes, W. Soder.
There is no organization which is as much a part of Academy as
the Band. It has long been recognized as the finest in the city. Its appearf
ance arouses a deep feeling of loyalty in the hearts of the students and
makes them proud of the Academy tradition.
The band, which is directed by Mr. Forbes, rehearses every day
during the sixth period. Its members are students who must be reasonably
proficient in instrumental music in order to join. The band offers its players
excellent musical training and experience in
playing with others. It entertains the
student body and the public by performing
at concerts, rallies, and other school assemf
This year the organization sponsored
the second annual "Academy on Parade."
This program featured the band and twirlers
and many separate acts in which other
talented students performed.
The officers of the band are Ray
Bianchi, president, Bill Brown, vicefpresif
dentg and Jack Andrae, secretaryftreasurer.
As a part of the Band organization
and the Drum Corps, the twirlers represent
Academy at games, parades, concerts, and
various events and community affairs in
Erie and neighboring towns. This group
meets every day during the sixth period
under the direction of Mr. Svvahn.
Students in this activity receive trainf
ing in marching and drilling, calisthenics,
baton twirling, appreciation of band music,
and student leadership. To join this organif
zation, the prospective member must pass
competitive tryfouts and be approved by
a twofthirds vote of senior members.
In addition to their performances at footf
ball games, rallies, and assemblies, the twirlers
sponsor such activities as concerts and
dances. This year in cooperation with the
band, the organization planned and presented
the second annual "Academy on Parade."
Besides these numerous activities, the tvvirlers serve at athletic
banquets, usher at various school programs, and perform at charity and
beneht events. They have performed at several schools outside of Erie.
including Ashtabula and Warren, Ohio.
Esther Stebell is the leader of the twirlers and also the president
of the organization. Iviarilyn Roesch is the vicefpresident, and Donna
Brower is secretaryftreasurer. - , ,T
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ROW I- C. Fickenworth, I. Ellis, D. Drake. E. Seawright, E. Wilson, B. Kuhn, R. Birk, C. Wuenschel, M. Papucci W Howard
ROW 1IfM. McDonald, S. Hershey, L. jordan, 1. Bierbauer, M. A. Sprague, J. Striegel, R. Kuhn, N, DeSantis, lvl Nichilo E j Zim
ROW Ill'-WO. Reisenauer, M. L, Maher, M. Slomski, R. Smith, I. Balsiger. R. Heintz, W. Hanson, M. Smith, M. Hey noske M L Klein
Entertaining at halfftime ceremonies, marching in parades, and
participating in commencement exercises are a few of the activities of these
talented girls. They wear the sparkling blue uniforms with a touch of gold
which identify them as members of the Drum and Bugle Corps. At the
Commencement exercises they lower the flag amid the music of the bugles
and drums in a very impressive ceremony. At halfftime during football
games the Corps marching on the lield thrills the spectators with its in-f
tricate and breathftaking drills and also its precision marching,
A girl must be able to march and to play the drum or the trumpet
to become a member of this organization. Every morning during first period
the girls practice in the band room or in the stadium under the leadership
of Mr. Forbes, the Director, and Mr. Swahn, the Business Manager.
When the Corps marches, twirlers are chosen from the band group
to lead them.
VIOLINS- E. Stebell, M. Migliori, J. McMichael, T. Grimaldi, G. Roth, M. Keller, L. Dieter, D. Ray. FLUTESfM. M. Lewis, S. Hirt
SAXOPHONEW-J. Anderson. TRUMPETS-M. Jackson, D. Lester, D. Oless, R. Hoagland. VIOLAS-D. Brace, D. Smith, j. Olsen
K. Russell. MARIMBA--'M. Jud. TYMPANIM-D. Anderson. CELLOS-AA. Schenck, P. Burt, H. Hanson, M. Beemus, M. Miller, A
Litz. CLARINETS-f B. Walker, S. Baumgartner, J. Vanduerin, J. Lewis. DRUMS D. Haynes. PIANO-P. Brandt. j. Kurtz. bl. Kestner
C. Day. D. Way. BASSES-W-I. Culp, V. Guy, R. Heintz, Williams, E. Twitty.
One of the finest activities open to Academy students is the
Orchestra. This organization, under the direction of Miss Isadora Schweitf
zer, rehearses every day during the third period. To belong, a student
must have some degree of technical skill in playing an instrument and, if
possible, some previous experience in playing with others.
The orchestra gives its young musician members training in enf
semble playing, reading at sight, dynamics, proper interpretation of music,
and, perhaps the most important of all, following a conductor,
The orchestra performs for many special events during the year,
including assembly programs, the annual instrumental concert, the january
commencement program, and the P. T. A. Open House. It also gives a
program for some other school in the city once or twice a year.
The orchestra has one special custom to which each member looks
forward. This is an annual trip to Cleveland to see a production of the
Metropolitan Opera Company.
The officers are Ersilia Twitty, president, Merle Jackson, vice'
president, Don Oless, secretary, Bill Walter, treasurer, and janet
MK C, G? Gczpelfa Glzoir
ROW If-WH. Burgman, N. Zimmerly, C. Dietrich, M. Larson, L. Naughton, G. Dietrich, M. Hug, G. Martin, G. DeCarolis, D. Frum.
ROW II-B. Caldwell. C. Swarner, R. Yentes, E. Webb, D. Patton, Mr. Grender, M. A. Bretz, A. Shackelford, G. Kugel, P. Bernarcfini
ROW III--D. Kuligowski, C. Parker, B. Higgins, O. Reisenauer, J. Hagmann, R. Fisher, A. Johnson, V. Pohl, T. Jendrock, A. Downing
ROW IV-D. Noziglia, G. Powell, F. Thompson, K. Haas, K. Nicol, D. Gilford, J. Hellwege, Metzler, C. Miller, L. McGarvey. R
Sommerhof, J. Roumfort.
ROW VfJ. Fracassi, J. Schuster, D. Robertson, R. Schultz, L. Tarno, A. Aquino, J. Justice, J. Woznicki, D. G. Robertson, D. St. George
C. Holdsworth, B. Harrington.
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The requirements for membership in the Choir include a satis'
factory voice, musical ability, and an adaptable personality. Its director
is Mr. Grender and it meets second period daily. The purpose of the
Choir is to learn choral singing and to sing in public. This year the Choir
has sung for the Kiwanis Club, the Community Chest, and P. T. A. Meetf
ings, and on the radio. With the fine training in the use of the voice, sight
reading, and general music training offered in the Choir, this activity is
one of which every student would like to become a member.
The officers of the organization are Lee Tarno, president, Joyce
Lowry, vicefpresidentg J. Clinton Miller, secretary, and June Roumfort,
The Boys' Glee Clubs, also under the direction of Mr. Grender,
are two organizations thoroughly enjoyed by the student body. A prof
spective member must have some musical ability and a fair singing voice.
This year these groups have participated in concerts and assemblies given
at Academy and other schools. During the Christmas season one of the
groups made a radio broadcast. So that members from any year can sing
together, the Senior Boys' Glee Club traditionally learnsi'Those Pals of
The officers of the Senior Glee Club are Charles Holdwsorth,
presidentg Joseph Fracassi, vicefpresidentg Roy Sommerhof, secretary,
and Jack Williams, treasurer. The Junior oilicers are Richard Mando,
president: Richard Wygant, vicefpresidentg Kenneth Fleming, secretary,
and Gustave Anderson, tf6ZisUI'6f.
Senior joys fee
ROW I-D. Gifford, C. Gonzalez. R. Sommerhof, T. Schwindt, Mr. Grender, Metzler, G. Powell, F. Thompson, D. Driscoll, S. Mosakowski
ROW IIA-I. Fracassi. L. Watson, R. Lombardi, T Murphy, T. Borkowski, P. Bailer, j. Rockwell, D. I.. Robertson, P. Hilliard, B. Harrington
ROW III-R. Schultz, D. Hubert, j. Williams, B. Roach, j. Woznicki, A. Aquino, J. Arndt, D. G. Robertson, D. Arndt, D. Zipperola
ufzior Boys Qfec
ROW If-R. Kennedy, J. Ericson, C. Nenni, T. Knoblcch, D. Bole, R. Cooper.
ROW ll-P. Snauffer, j. Mack, W. Bredenberg, Mr. Grender, J. Guy, K. Fleming.
ROW III-J. Roberts, J. Beck, K. Noziglia, S. Brown, T. Treiber, R. Orzechowski, R. Miller.
ROW IV-R. Cubbison, R. Wygant, J. Home, E Dudenhoeffer, F. Infield, G. Anderson. R. Mando, T. Hodges.
Senior girfs Glzorui
ROW lfL. Vogt, AI. Luther, j. Gillespie, M. L. Kennedy, A. Farina, D. Farina, H. Kilgorski, M. L. Kaufman, R. Guarino. -I. Renner
N. Finazzo , Miss Schweitzer.
ROW II-L. Cameron, M. Harrington, I. Auch, T. Bogusz, 1. Sponsler, B. Orbanek, G. Batistelli, M. Fulton, L. Mallberg, M. Whipple
ROW Ill' V. Fickenworth, VI. Fritts, j. Bailer, M. Gloystein, -I. Schaack, A. Bittner, E. Maxwell, E. -I. Zimmerman, R. Rohan, M. Smith
j. Culp, N. Flath.
ROW IVH M. Slomski, A, Brown, R. Wcgmiller, M. Furber, A. Ruhling, M. Rinn, A. Foote. M. Orcngia. M. Fcrrarc, gl. llchnkc, AI
Bccglc, S. Fuhrman.
ROW V M. Maher, D. Donaldson, M. jasinski, M. Kostek. A. Fcrrarc, A. Scott, pl. Godfrey, N. Rosenthal. li. Steves, K. Davis, P. Lanuka
wzior and Senior girfs Glzorus
Academy is truly proud of the Senior Girls Chorus which was
begun at Academy in 1924. This organization meets daily second period
under the leadership of Miss Schweitzer.
The Chorus prepares two assembly programs a year besides singing
in the Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, and the AllfCity Senior Chorus
To become a member one must have a voice tryfout and an ear
test. The purpose of the Chorus is to train girls in part singing and in
proper use of voice, blending, diction, dynamics, and interpretation.
The officers are Mildred Smith, presidentg Marie Ferrare, vice'
presidentg Anna May Brown, secretaryg Dolores Farina, treasurerg Nancy
Flath, Joyce Krayeski, librarians.
The junior Girls Chorus, also under the direction of Miss
Schweitzer, prepares girls in the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades for
choral work in senior high. This year it presented, along with other
junior high groups, an AllfCity junior High Choral Festival. Because
-of the large membership, the ninth grade meets separately, but the girls
are combined for all presentations. The seventh and eighth grade oihcers
are Mary Louise Iwiiller, presidentg Judith Kurtz, vicefpresidentg Dixie
Snauffer, secretary, and Susie Hirt, treasurer.
The ninth grade officers are Nancy Michaels, presidentg Helen
VVaterman, vicefpresidentg Geraldine Serafini, secretary, and Joan Wolf,
Luzior girfs Glzorus . . . Wnflz gracle
ROW I-E. Stark, J. Weber, E. Wilson, C. Walker, C. Gharron, j. Gardner, E. Palmer, G. Serahni. N. Kienholz, D. Ruhl, M. j. Sgabellone.
ROW II-J. Hotchkiss, I. Schneider, J. Lee, W. Rainey, P. Mellow, D, Patchen, J. Burton, B. Servidio, P. Greene, D. Nichilo, E. Roos.
ROW IIIfA. Bowman. P. Owens, G. Loper, G. jenkins, K. Straub, D. Vogel, L. Wolf, H. Waterman. V. Brown, S. Ellis, M. Formaini,
N. Nixon, B. Carr, Miss Schweitzer.
ROW IV'-D. Schlechter, A. Markowitz, C. Bixler, N. Michaels, M, Weschler, J. Illig, N. Paulsen, M. Held, W. Winter, A. Thomas,
B. J. jethroe, Y. Miller.
Luzior glrfs Ghorzzf . . . Sevenflz ana Cclqlzflz rages
ROW I--S. Wuenschel. M. Hotchkiss, A. Tabachnick, J. Wygant, D. Reichel, D. Tanner, M. Hershiser, M. Weinclorf, M. Guyer, B
Bult, R. Robinson. A. Di Tullio. M. Alwens, P. W'alker.
ROW II---M. Kostoviclc, B. Ross. S. Cardot, j. Michaels, D. Snautfer, P. Perry, S. Achille, C. Giacomelli, W. Baker, L. Buchner, C. Paulsen
G. Green, S. Swanson, L. Ventura, M. Kerstetter.
ROW III-A -J. Melzer, J. Erickson. D. Partone, E. Olgin, M. Nichols, A. Berchtold, D. Turner, C. Kilgorski, B. Holcomb, A. Salters, M
Ollarek, D. Taylor, C. Wagner, G. Moore.
ROW IV- 1. Kurtz, S. Hut, D. Fromknecht. L, Battles, G. Ziegenhine, P. Seither, j. Ulrich, C. Wilson, E. Peeples, G. Gartner, P. Lumbard
E. Geiger, M. Hutt.
ROW V- R. Lucore, N. Sims, L. Perry, W. Landers, P. Arlington, A. jurgens, J. Haehn, C. Lcnnberg, N. Kerr, M. Sneitlcrman, S. Yartz
P. joint, M. Miller.
ROW I-B. Love, Sechrist, C. Marthinsen, C. Nystrom, A. Smith, Strauss.
ROVJ Il--Mrs. Steimer, S. Carlson, D. Malm, l. Tate, B. Brown, R. Rosenthal, D. Goodman, A. Shackelford
Debating, a worth while activity which trains its members in
public speaking and in improving diction, was begun at Academy shortly
after the school was opened.
To be eligible for membership, a student must be in the tenth
grade or above and have at least a B average. Debaters meet daily sixth
period under the able direction of Ixirs. Steimer and Nlr. Acker, to prepare
for interfscholastic debates which begin the second Friday of February
and continue through the spring tournament at Allegheny College.
The team usually puts on one auditorium program a semester. A
program was given during Education Week, the topic being, "Is Peace
with Russia Possible?" During the year the organization sells candy daily
after school to finance its activities.
The ofhccrs of this group are Carole Nystrom, president, Donald
Sims, secretary: Joan Sechrist, treasurer, Charles Iviarthinsen, business
Uvafiorzaf Slfmzor ociezly
ROW I- I'I. Burgman, D. Krahe. R. Lyne, C. Marthinsen, Miss Mong, W. Volgstadt, Mr. Radtler, R. Alloway, D, Reed E Benecki
ROW II A. Gesler. bl. Roumfort. M. Ward. A. Case. -I. Allison. B. Donovan. D. Miller. D. Sanncr. j. Johnson, R. Ovtrtlortl N Schick
C. Nystrom, V. Gwinn, C. Swarner. M. Ycchim. j. Stcincr.
"I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes
of the National Honor Society to which I have been
elected. I will be true to the principles for which it
stands. I will be loyal at all times to my school, and
will maintain and encourage high standards of
Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service."
Since January, 1938, 710 Academy students have repeated this pledge and
have been formally inducted into the National Honor Society. The Academy
Honor Society is part of a national organization, whose constitution was adopted
in 1921. Since that time, it has grown from twelve chapters to more than two
Academy inducts between 50 and 75 new members every year. The ceref
monies occur in May and December, and usually feature a guest speaker, or a prof
gram of short talks, round table discussions, or simple dramatizations by the members.
A few weeks after an induction ceremony, the Society prepares an initiaf
tion for the new members. This year the activity took place at the Y.M.C.A.
during the latter part of january. It is also customary for a local high school chapter
to sponsor the annual banquet for all the chapters in the city. In October, 1948,
Strong Vincent was host at the Y.M.C.A.
The officers for the first semester were: President, Williaiii Volgstadt:
Vice President, Charles Marthinsen, Secretary, Roberta Allowayg Treasurer,
David Reed. The ofhcers for the second semester are: President, Robert Donovang
Vice President. Barbara Manning, Secretary, Margaret Moore, Treasurer, Duane
ROW I-L. Hunter, M, Geiger, J. Bierbauer, C. Green, M. Radov, I. Boyd, C. Nystrom, H. Schlesinger.
ROW II---Miss Bortner, C. DuShole, D. Winkowski, G. Wolf, M. Swarner, J. Fisher, K. Steffey, B. Olsen, C. Hohler L Teubert H
The Library Staff, consisting of girls under the direction of our
Librarian, Miss Bortner, takes over all the various duties required to operate
this school service, one of the finest in the city.
Girls who do acceptable work in all their classes are assigned to
the Library during the different periods throughout the day. They are
assigned to slip and shelve books, keep magazines in order, keep records
of all books charged out, and help any teacher or pupil not familiar with
some part of the library. Besides acquainting the girls with the functioning
of a smoothfrunning library, this training is often put into use by the girls
who choose library work as their vocation.
ROW I R Lyne, M. Ward, S. Matuszak, A. Gesler, j. Stoll, A. jobes, S. Gouldthorpe.
ROW II lvir. Radder, M. Roesch, C. Schmidt, R. Alloway, D. Brown, J. Donovan. j. Shapiro, M. Evans.
ROW Ill M. Hug, J. Mosier, M. White, Yaple, C. Marthinsen, R. Trimble, S. Wilson, G. Migdal, K. Sullivan D Sanner
To help promote school activities and to keep the school informed are the
purposes of the Academy Star. Under the direction of its faculty advisor, Mr.
Radder, the newspaper staff meets Hfth period every day. Alice Gesler is the editor
and Steve Matuszak, the business manager. A prospective member must have
received an A or B in English, be elected by the staff, and be approved by the advisor.
Character development and training and experience in newspaper work are offered
to the students who participate in this activity.
For a historical record, the staff has been keeping a scrap book of newspaper
clippings concerning Academy. Following a custom begun several years ago, the
members regularly attend an annual Interscholastic Press Banquet. Two social
events for the student body are sponsored each year. .
At the beginning of the school year the Star put out a special "Know Acad'
emy" edition which was distributed to all the pupils. Through this issue, new
students became acquainted with their school and its newspaper. One editorial
this year about ice skating in the stadium received cityfwide attention. The Star
has begun each of its two successful subscription sales by putting on a very enter'
taining program for the school. The second of these will always be remembered
for its impersonation of Mr. Lewis.
Luzior e Gross
ROW I-G. Green, A. Foote, G. Kugel, P. Loesch, H. Waterman, J. Illig, A. Rosenberg, A. Hassel, J. Lewis, G Roth B Block S A
Grace, H. Van Dyke, P. Baker, J. Seachrist.
ROW H-A. Gaduski, N. Michaels, C. Bixler, J. Valentine, C. Catania, T. Lepkowski, F. McCrillis, C. Scheffer, M. A Bret M A Brown
R. Lewicki, J. Sawicki, D. Walter, R, Holby, J. Wygant.
ROW lII-- H. Duffy, B. Cubbison, P. Lempicki, E. Parker, R. Mando, I. Tate, J. Bricker, R. Kreider, R. Lewis, J. Salvia B Bloss J Kurtz
The Red Cross was irst started at Academy at the beginning of
the Second World War. This group, advised by Miss Weschler and Miss
Kaste, meets whenever necessary. A pupil becomes a member of this
group through group enrollment, no individual membership is required.
lt is assumed that the pupil will justify his membership by participation
in some service during the school year. Gift boxes, tray covers and nut
cups were made for the hospitals, and Santa Claus suits for veterans'
hospitals. A Red Cross Drive was held in Iwiarch. This organization has
sponsored two parties which are especially for Junior High pupils.
The Junior Red Cross tries to develop social consciousness, to guide
humanitarian tendencies through activities in which pupils learn to meet
community needs effectively, to provide young people with participation
in socially useful work, to teach social aspects of positive health, physical,
mental, and emotional Htness, and to promote world understanding.
The ofhcers are: Janet Behnke, Temporary Chairmang Arlene
Rosenberg, Arlene Hassel, Joyce Illig, and James Lewis, Counsellors.
Cwelfll QVHJE 7J-66026
ROW I-D. Frum. B. Herbstritt, D. Isenberg, J. Steiner, J. Berchtold, J. Kreider, R. Lyne, A. Jobes, A. Gesler, S. Gouldthorpe, R. Alloway
J. Lowry, B. Love, K. Martin, B. Manning, S. Moore. R. Yaple, H. Burgman.
ROW Il-A. Di Gello, I. Tammaro, J. Bradbury, E. Kimit, I. Przybyszewski, P. Nellis, C. Buehler, C. Davis, R. Januleski, Mrs. Wardell
C. Scheffer, M. Kubeja, L. Stubbe, J. Chianello, B. Bloeser, N. Larson, L. Hunter, I. Adams, J. Magraw.
ROW III-J. Cantor, E. Benecki, S. Lindstrom, J. Stohlman, S. Gallagher, C. Swarner, N. DeSantis, J. Valentine, J. Winarski, D. Vk7ill
J. Roumfort, F. Migdal, R. Yentes, J. Allison, E. Borkoski, M. Struchen, E. Jeska, S. Lancet, M. Radov, V. Pohl.
ROW IV-M. Kubiak, M. Geiger, N. Szumigala, H. Gorski, M. M. Adams, H. Bednarowicz, J. Malory, M. Ferrare, C. Migdal, J. Heinlein
D. Peacock, E. Weschler, M. Paradise, H. Schlesinger, R. Olowinski, M. White, N. Flath, B. Deuvall, A. Kennedy, M. Zielinski, C. Anderson
ROW V-HW. Szymanowicz, G. Zaunegger, C. Nystrom, F. Morge, F.. Zimmerly, M. George, H. Duffy, C. Green, J. Finney, J. Johnson
N. Schick, A. McGrath. D. Stout, F. McCrillis, M. Daubenspeck, M. Moore, M. Ward, M. Baldwin, D. Pinzok, V. Yaple, J. Gorenflo
I. L. Boyd.
The Academy YfTeens, whose membership is open to all girls of
the senior high school, holds its meeting the second and fourth Wednesf
days of each month. The purpose of the YfTeens is to help each girl grow
as a person, to become acquainted with other girls, and to grow in the
knowledge and love of God. This year the YfTeens have given money
to the World Fellowship Fund, baby clothing to the Visiting Nurses,
packages of clothing to overseas welfare, and canned food to the Booker
T. Vvfashington Center. Christmas seals were sold at Christmas. With
the influence of the social and program activities, the girls can grow perf
sonally and benefit socially.
The 12th grade oflicers are Joyce Lowry, presidentg Roberta Allof
way, vicefpresidfgntg Alice Jobes, secretary, Alice Gesler, treasurerg Mary
Lou Swarner, service chairman, Sally Gouldthorpe social chairman, Sally
Wilson, program chairman, Rose Trimble, worship chairman.
The llth grade oiiicers are Pat Ulrich, president, Joan Hartwell,
vicefpresidentg Janice Schryver, secretary, Margaret Stough, treasurer.
The 10th grade ofhcers are Donna Brower, presidentg Joyce Culp,
vicefpresidentg Suzanne Carlson, secretary, Donna Bartone, treasurer.
unior fyfiqlz U-Ceem
ROW l -WS. Achille, D. Samilio, C. Nichilo. M. Gench, Miss Schneider, N. Michaels, Y. Miller, A. Di Tullio.
ROW ll-W M. Coudriet, M, Guyer, DI. Wygant, M. I-lershiser, D. Snauffer, C. Gloth, G. Eicher, j. Carlson, j. Michaela
ROXV Ill' - I.. Ventura, C. Moore, B. Bull, R. Rohinson, G. Serahni, E. Roas, D. Bartone, G. Green, D. Taylor, C. Charron
ROW IV - M. Huff, C. Giacomelli, S. Vogel. S. O'Day, C. Gartner, G. Baldi, M. Guilford, D. Fromknecht. j. Lee, P. Norhx j Strohmever
ROW V - H, Kennedy, B. Negley, bl. lllig, B. Harris, C. Hohler, S. Ellis, P, Narhy, j. Hellwege, E. Dhus, M. Beemus, C. Bixler N Christ
fCX6V6IZfll gmule Ly-Ceem
ROW I L. Conn, M. Migliori, F. Amsden, M. Stough. S. Wilson, R, Trimhl-3, P, Ulrich, -I. Schryver, M. L. Swarner, Hartwell, W.
Howard, j. Mosier, L. Pictrzak, hl. Thompson.
ROW Ilfj. DeFonzo, I. Auch, V. Boga, D. Brace, R. Wegmiller, A. Tonty, Miss Stull, D. Doran, G. Wolf, K. Sullivan, M. Hug, A. Foote,
B. Baldwin, B. Fehrer.
ROW IIIA-B. Hellman, B. Caldwell, B. Clutter, D. Roll, N. Reynolds, M. Papucci, M. Sawdey, F. Olsen, M. Shenck, LI. Harris, M.
Amsclen, M. Burnham, M. Kurtz, j. Malinowski, C. Wuenschel,
ROW IV-J. Vandeuren, M. M. Lewis, P. Baker, C. Ohmer, J. Koen, B. Higgens, J. Carnow, T. Lepkowski, E. Alhrycht, P. Wuerischelf'
A. Ricci, M. McDonald, R. Nelson, N. Naas, M. Trigilio, M. Wolf.
ROW V ---M. Szumigala, C. Lukeas, D. Leingang, C. Tucker, D. Dragar, P. Gorenflo, C. Parker, L. Alwens, B, Fritts, C. Peterson, E. Steves,
B. Sopp, C. Konnerth, j. Sandstrom, N. Kurtz, bl. McMichael, D. Bohrer, L. Recker. A
fenflz QVHJK il!-Keem
ROW IA 'N. Robertson, tl. Renner, N. Hastings.
ROW ll -V-R. Guarino. P. Frankson. V. Guy, N.
ROW III-C. Hart, bl. Hotchkiss. M. Fulton, M.
ROW IV-'-J. Thomas, M. Meyers. M. Stevens,
A. Ferrare, D. Brower, j. Culp, D. Bartcne, L. Schuschu.
Shaner. Miss Bcrtner, S. Carlson, B. Crack, C. Caracciola, J. Prather.
L. Meyers. P. jordano. M. A. De Santi, A. Farina, A. Litz, M. Harvey, J. Kephart, N
M. Kennedy, N. Miles, j. Bailer, N. Adler, VI. Reed, B. Spinelli, L. Teubert, Al. Behnke
ROW Vfj. Gillespie. D. Fuhrman, D. Deckurtl, ul. Wnntr, G. Harmon, A. Duke, M. Roesch. G. Kugel, A. Thompson. W. Willetts, G
Batistelli, S. Kennedy.
ROW IH G. Adiutori. D. Nialrn, j. justice, B. Rosenthal, N. Flath.
ROW II -K. Fleming, j. Lewis, A. Adams, D. Deckard, N. Hastings, A. Case. j. Kissell, F. Perry, D. Gifford, P. Wilson, D. Weigel. j
ROW III'-HH. Burgman, G. Baldi, V. Petronio, C. Wagner. M. Miller, l. Schneider, F. Migdal. B. Negley, C. Lennberg, D, Noziglia, I3
Held, A. Rosenberg, L. Lincoln, K. Weibel.
ROW IV- j. Malinowski, L. Alwens, A. Shackelford. M. Kurtz, Iwi. Evans, K. Kloecker, M. Genck. j. Hagmann, C. Parker. j, Reed
N. Stetter, j. Gorenflo, j. Lowry. j. Tech.
ROW V' -C. Kugel. D. Kennedy. j. Donovan, M. DeSanti, j. May. I. Tate, j. Seelinger, j. Murphy, B. Kelly, E, Shade. li, Kaiser. M
Leberman, j. Stahl, Wolf. T. Hodges.
Probably the most important of the school activities is the Academy Senate. This organif
Zation is the voice of the student body in all school matters. It promotes cooperation between the
Riculty and students, maintains law and order, encourages the democratic spirit, and stimulates
student participation in school affairs.
The Senate, which meets during the sixth period with Mr. Balla as its advisor, offers its
members training in parliamentary procedure and self government. To be a senator, a student must
maintain a C average and be elected by his home room. To be a candidate for an oflice, he must
have attended Academy for a year and maintained an average of eighty. The officers for the first
semester were Duane Malm, president, Gene Adiutori, vicefpresidentg Nancy Flath, secretary,
and james justice, treasurer. For the second semester the offices were held by jack Seelinger, james
justice, Nancy Flath, and Dolores Eicher.
One special custom of the Senate is the Gavel Day program at which time the gavel, made
of wood from the "Niagara," is handed from the retiring president to the new president, and the
new senators take office.
This year the Senate purchased trees to be planted along State Street by the Horticulture
classes, made a permanent calendar of Student Senate activities, sponsored the paid assemblies
and two Senate dances, had charge of the presentation of key awards and citizenship certificates,
and selected a design for the school flag given by the February senior class.
RCW lfR. Blrk, B. Caldwell, R. Theis, D. Hinkler, D. Cugnin, D. Roach, S. Yocom, J. Waskiewicz. P. Wolf. T. Donikowski, W. Patalita
A. Pollock, B. Underwood, M. Amsden, H. Burgrran, F. Fox, J. Cantor. B. Crack, B. Block, L. A. Stubbe, K. Gray.
ROW Il--J. Graham, A. Rosenberg, B. Spinelli, C. Palmer, R. Olowinski, S. Lindstrom, C. Buehler, R. Vitelli, L. Rulini, L. Mallberg, B
Sheaffer, J. Docher, A. Dcugan, gl. Dougan. A. Sokcloski, T. Wronek, I. Wieczorek, D. Isenberg, B. Love, l. Przybyzewski, H. Schlesinger
R. januleski, B. Herbstritt.
ROW Ill-YL. Yosten. M. A. Zurawski, P. Wuenschel, M. Rizzo, J. Valentine, R. Boniger, N. Naas,'L. Alwens, E. Adiutori, V. Eller
M. Furber, A. Case, E. Bechtel, M. Kubiak, C. Amoroso, J. Ward, E. Cavicchio, K. Noziglia, I. Mrozowski, H. Corski, E. Amsden, S
ROW IVfT. Lombardo, N. Reynolds, A. M. Brown, B. Law, D. Bicher, M. Struchen, J. L. johnson, M. Dean, A. Kennedy, A. McGrath
D. Vogel, N. Applebee, N. j. Peplinski, M. Moore. D. Stout, I. Balseger, D. Vaunucci, C. Amicucci, D. Pike, K. Straub, R. Schiefelbein
ROW V-B. Culess, R. Kreider, B. Pushchak, B. Lauder, P. Schaaf, M. Gerrell, D. Will, W. Szymanowicz, N. Walczak, G. Carlson, H
Mock, D. Krahe, L, Herbstritt, A. johnson, V. Hiedt, C. Kugel, J. Smith, B. Kelly, L. Zameroski, J. Swanson, C. Clark, L. Windsor.
The Monitors, occupying posts in the office halls and noon movies, serve Academy by
keeping order, helping to direct visitors throughout the school, and serving teachers and students
in many ways.
One monitor is posted near every entrance and strategic places along the halls. They are
therefore able to check on anyone leaving or entering the building, to locate rocms for strangers,
and to be available when help is needed. They also assume the responsibility of reporting students
wandering in the halls, thus preventing the disturbance of classes in session.
The office monitors, of which there are four each period, run errands, receive telephone calls,
and help the office force as much as possible.
Under the direction of Miss Lockwocd these senior students efficiently perform their duties
during their free pericds throughout the day, a job which calls for regular attendance, cofoperation,
willingness to help, and responsibility.
Sfaqe Grew A
I--E. Zurawski, R. Dugan, R. Baker, -I. Cross, F. Kuneselman.
ll- B. Ently, C. Bauschard. H. Glauser, Mr. Bright, D. Hubert, -I, Gennaus, T. Schwindt
III-P. Klcfft, L. Biers, R. Schraeder. j. Litz.
IV- WR. Doyle, j. Arndt, D. Hubert, B. Hassler, -I. Trapp, D. Reichel, C. Holdsworth.
IfC. Lindsey, A. Brown, M. Moore. B. j. Law, R. Olowinski, 1. Donovan.
II-A-fD. Warner, C. Cohen. L. Herbstritt, Mr. Torrance, B. Wagner, S. Marino, H. Glauser
III-C. Dahlkemper, R. Kreider, M. Rist. E. Tate, H. Hudson, W. Puschak, C. Kugel.
IV-D. Kennedy, L. Kerry, D. Krahe, D. Sanner, E. Richardson, D. Lehr, A. Shenk.
ROW I I. Adams, I.. Dickson, M. Pieper, R. Yaple, R. Urymas"evvski, E. Benicki, S. Moore. hl. Straul
ROW II F. McCrillis, C. Schetler. D Pinzok. E. Bechtel, A. johnson, D. Stout. E. Langoxrski. E. W ll r N 9 um uala I' Seelx I
Tammaro. Mrs. Alsheimer.
Academy has three principal service organizationsg The Stage Crew Audio
Visual Aids, and Miiiieo Shop.
The Stage Crew, directed hy Mr. Bright, has complete charge of piepiring
the stage for school programs, and with their student manager, Hury Blouser
work hard to carry out the plans of school organizations. The boys in t id of
taking study, gym, and other specials, are assigned to stage and frequently xx ork
after school. Any boy having the willingness to work is eligilvle to seixe Ac ldemy
in this way.
Every class in Academy heneiits hy the movie program, which enihlcs
teachers to ohtain the very best and latest educational iilms. The Audio Ni url
Aids make this possihle in Academy, which ranks among the first in Ieni y x init
in its Audio Visual Aids program. The students are trained under the direction
of Mr. Torrance every sixth period to operate lilmstrip, sound and ilent motion
pictures, and slide machines. puhlic address system, voice recording devices ind
Last hut not least among service organizations is the Minaeo Shop de
signed especially to help the teachers and administration. It operates every icriod
and is open to all commercial students, the only requirement heing a knowledge of
typing. The students receive no credits for the service hut do it to help the irculty
and to learn about the use of the mimeograrh and general oiiice work They tyi e
out stencils and roll off mimeographed sheets of outlines and tests. In the rust four
months of this school year. they completed 330 jobs.
RCW I C' Martin j. Gorenflo, R. Yentes, 1. Boyd, D. Bchref, B. Manning, M. Kurtz, B. Griewabn, M. Adams. P Ulrich
ROW ll Mrs Alsheimer, L. Bush. A. Rosenberg, C. Swarner, E. Albrycht. M. A. Sawdey, C. Zaunegger. 1. Schryxer C' bay from M
Roe ch D Dcckird I Tech, R. McLean, Miss Russell.
ABSENT when picture was taken Editor, C. Gordmang Artist, L. Rysg R. Malatesta, and D, Barney.
Under the direction of Miss Russell and Mrs. Alsheimer, the
Academe Staff meets every fourth period for the purpose of producing
Academy's year book. The prospective staff members sign up for enroll'
ment in the Spring and are chosen through the recommendations given
them by faculty members.
At the beginning of the year, after the students were chosen to
work on their preferred sections, the ball started rolling with picture
taking and discussion concerning the contents and appearance of the
annual. So far this year the stall' has conducted a successful sales campaign
and sold Academy pins to help finance the book. Planning layouts, or'
ganizing page material, proof reading, writing articles, and becoming
acquainted with book construction, offer training to the staff members
as well as enjoyment when they see the result of their hard work when
the Academe is distributed in late spring.
Carol Gordman, editor, and Donna Marie Bohrer, assistant editor,
have taken able charge of all Academe work this year.
Allison, Joy Elaine
Bechtel, Elizabeth A.
Benson, V. Theodore
Burns, Gerald W.
-Iehle, John R.
Johnson, Jennie Lou
Koffler, Ralph E.
Kuhne, VValter S.
gkbruczry erzior irecfory
1940 Lincoln Ave.
3243 Penna. Ave.
132 East 37th St.
1205 West 29th St.
339 East 20th St.
954 East 38th St.
918 East 33rd St.
2959 Poplar St.
1523 State St.
1240 Buffalo Rd.
3318 Penna. Ave.
731 East 28th St.
2512 State St.
431 West 18th St.
1811 McCain Ave.
1901 Gaskell Ave.
305 East 20th St.
230 West 19th St.
2917 Green Garden Blvd.
2518 French St.
350 East 29th St.
812 West 23rd St.
2619 Van Buren Ave.
2911 Chestnut St.
337 East 24th St.
1128 West 31st St.
3117 Hazel St.
422 East 18th St.
4605 Cherry St.
347 East 20th St.
2902 German St.
R.D. 5, Erie, Pa.
2819 Reed St.
214 East 29th St.
R. D. 1, Edinboro, Pa.
1209 West 30th St.
1129 East 25th St.
Overdorff Robert A.
Sha piro, Gerald
Stohlman, Janet M.
Whiteman, David Lee
Wolf, Donna Mae
Yochim, Mary Janet
344 West 18th St. ..... .
1909 Penna, Ave. ...,. .
340 East 22nd St. 05269
714 East 26th St. 06455
258 Scott St. W9f1326
2409 McKinley Ave. 0f9594
3025 Raspberry St. Vv'9f5454
R. D. 3, Erie, Pa. W9f1289
1864A Apt. 3 Buffalo Rd. 56568
2683 Myrtle St.
1331 West 30th St. W9f1387
831 East 27th St. X1f4435
809 East 36th St. X1f1383
3922 Longview Ave. 06577
3412 French St. 0f2351
358 East 21st St. 5f5312
441 East 18th St. 22557
311 East 10th St. C5f8121
106 East 37th St. 0f2151
202 West 17th St. 4f5311
1203 West 27th St. 9f3357
3215 Perry St. ..... .
1116 East 28th St. 04221
3001 Liberty St. 93422
1158 East 30th St. 0f6117
1351 West 30th St. W9f1159
116 East 22nd St. X1f2191
712 East 25th St. ..... .
346 West 19th St. 52518
450 East 27th St. X116564
233 East 30th St. X1f4420
2652 Cherry St. W9f1385
111 East 17th St. C5'4463
1150 West 28th St. W9-3351
1137 East 24th St. 07342
4008 Longview Ave. ..... .
3922 Longview Ave. 0f6577
1908 Fairmont Pkwy 2f2459
Adams, Mary M.
Bender, Martha Ann
Belser, Betty Jane
Boyd, Irma Lou
Brown, Anna May
Brown, Mary Ann
Buettner, Marv Alice
une ezzior .girecfory
443 East 24 St.
805 XVest 26th St.
2618 Parade St.
3022 Old French Rd. X1f5177
4112 Zoar Ave.
318 West 17th St.
1345 West 32nd St.
144 East 22nd St.
2504 Wayne St.
739 East 22nd St.
219 East 32nd St.
725 East 28th St.
3102 Cascade St.
112 West 33-rd St.
3226 Old French Rd.
2927 Cochran St.
R. D. 4, Erie
125 West 16th St.
1337 West 32nd St.
636 East 22nd St.
310 West 17th St.
2312M Sassafras St.
643 East 21 St.
2626 Brandes St.
1121 Buffalo, Rd.
133 West 19th St.
309 East 26th St.
1020 West 30th St.
1127 West 26th St.
755 East 24th St.
2120 Elm St.
1214 East 28th St.
1727 Ottawa Dr.
728 East 22nd St.
2020 Cherry St.
R. D. 4, Erie
258 East 34th St.
1961 Prospect Ave.
111 West 20th St.
4112 Peach St.
916 West 32nd St.
311 East 25th St.
2726 Cascade St.
3415 Pine Ave.
4709 Highview Ave.
105 West 20th St.
1710 Brooklyn Ave.
2810 Sigsbee St.
2628 Prospect Ave.
2411 Wayne St.
22 East 32nd St.
2717 Wayne St.
3441 Chapin St.
450 West 31st St.
744 East 26th St.
1917 Myrtle St.
Gambill, Mary F.
Haas, Raymond K.
Herbst, Wm. John
122 East 25th St.
823 East 21st St.
R. D. 4, Waterford
105 West 36th St.
3411 Old French Rd.
311 East 27th St.
213 Hillcrest Ave.
2677 Cochran St.
2403 Cranberry St.
161 East 37th St.
322 East 27th St.
1302 East 20th St.
730 East 19th St.
3817 Wood St.
1130 East 20th St.
664 West 32nd St.
126 East 35th St.
227 East 33rd St.
1913 Buffalo Rd.
ZIOM East 18th St.
1834A Apt. 3 Buffalo Rd.
843 East 21st St.
1916 French St.
203 East 22nd St.
309 West 18th St.
615 Brown Ave.
1449' West 26th St.
845 East 37th St.
249 East 20th St.
172 East 38th St.
3610 Cherry St.
2209 Sassafras St.
147 East 31st St.
3021 Plum St.
136 East 18th St.
356 West 31st St.
440 West 31st St.
940 East 22nd St.
2222 German St.
2502 French St.
1155 East 25th St.
3207 Marvin Ave.
2901 Wayne St.
1405 Ash St.
2219 Wayne St.
344 East 24th St.
4507 Upland Dr.
2657 Cherry St.
235 West 25th St.
2625 East 28th St.
3111 Hazel St.
2002 Ash St.
227 East 28th St.
142 East 18th St.
3626 Hazel St.
2952 Myrtle St.
3315 Raspberry St.
225 Cherry St.
X 1 f4490
tuze elzior irecfory
Kohl, Mary Catherine R. D. 1, Union City
Lawless, Anna Marie
Lee, Mary Ann
1009 East 26th St. ...., .
2058 West 26th St. W9f2164
3714 Hazel St. W9f3149
243 West 29th St. 66571
R. D. 7, Erie X1f4264
939 East 23rd St. XL5378
30 West 34th St. C66377
2354 Buffalo Rd. ,.... .
1119 West 25th St. C5f5337
2628 East 20th St. ...,. .
1105 East 26th St. 0f2517
2819 Pennsylvania Ave. X1f5176
858 East 25th St. ...., .
R. D. 2, Waterford .....,
433 East 28th St. Xlf6225
2417 Fairmont 8f4529
3411 Maple St. 94287
246 East 21st St. ,.... .
2653 Peach St. W9f3172
R. D. 5, Erie X1f5364
2723 Holland St. 0f3551
516 East 26th St. 037498
1249 East 27th St. 02154
2124 E. Lawn Parkway 8f2829
310 Wvest 22nd St. 6f3220
2222 Wayne St. ,.... .
1055 East 26th St. ..... ,
125 East 33rd St. 08274
326 East 30th St. 06248
326 East 30th St. 06248
1140 West 25th St. 79390
2909 Cherry St. W9f1239
349 West 24th St. 54375
635 West 4th St. 45389
517 West 4th St. 43365
1155 East 28th St. ..... .
1257 East 37th St. 0f7176
460 East 23rd St. 0f9426
3026 Elmwood Ave. W92467
3860 Myrtle St. 6f6302
2101 Harrison St. 8f7231
265 East 33rd St. X1f5106
930 Buffalo Rd. C5f4296
2951 Poplar St. W9f1363
237 East 34th St. X1f2296
R. D. 3, Erie W9f4403
2908 Poplar St. 997213
2908 Poplar St. 9f7213
3706 Pine Ave. 0f5529
2318 Bird Dr. ..... .
2666 Cherry St. 93111
3001 French St. X1f4240
2519 Wayne St. ..... .
131 East 22nd St. ,.,.. .
2905 Holland St. 06329
3630 Gerry Ave.
Meyers, Mary Lou
Miller, Richard E.
Miller, Richard S.
Crengia, Mary Lou
624 West 11th St.
1209 West 30th St.
1424 West 30th St.
1221 Buffalo Rd.
1221 Buffalo Rd.
538 East 23rd St.
725 East 19th St.
2708 Brandes St.
28 West 18th St.
3427 Pine Ave.
828 West 27th St.
1213 East 30th St.
1213 East soth St.
2314 East Ave.
4125 Trask Ave.
1115 Seneca St.
18 Norman W'ay
3033 Plum St.
4331 Longview Ave.
1161 Buffalo Rd.
4C6 West 17th St.
131 East 21st St.
3015 Peach St.
2930 Poplar St.
209 East 30th St.
901 East 24th
613 East 28th St.
1220 East 20th St.
644 East 28th St.
211 East 25th St.
2049 Camphausen Ave.
451 East 26th St.
3015 Harvard Rd.
2611 Sassafras St.
3002 Wayne St.
1423 West 39th St.
4112 Cherry St.
540 East 23rd St.
745 East 19th St.
1139 West 29th St.
334 West 25th St.
302 East 18th St.
829 West 34th St.
R. D. 3, Erie
1128 East 27th St.
2461 Cherry St.
220 Hillcrest Ave.
1818 Sassafras St.
744 East 30th St.
1036 West 29th St.
509 East 22nd St.
1916 Prospect Ave.
1916 Prospect Ave.
819 West 26th St,
2244 Buffalo Rd.
549 East 28th St.
249 West 22nd St.
3036 Marvin Ave.
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BALLROOM DANCE INSTRUCTION
BATON - BALLET - TAP
REGISTRATIONS OPEN FOR
BEGINNERS, ADVANCED AND
Phono 9-2,106 or 9-9636 for a Free Dance
ERIE OWNED - ERIE OPERATED
PLAZA ENTERPRIZES, INC.
Office and Studio-2686 Peach at Goodrich
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Thirty-five Years of Continued
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ERIE COUNTY MILK ASS'N
Pressure Cleansers tWringersJ
Ice and Field Hockey Sticks
Erie's Quality Shop
For Distinctive Fashions
Gfhr illalle Bras-.C1In.
122 West 10th St. Phone 2-6451
Klaks CWood Sole Sandlesj
Made To Your Measure NIO
SUITS Fon MEN .- Fon LADIES 1 AN
549.50 to 569.50 In Em, It S lik
Finest of Domestic and Imported Fabrics
SUITS and COATS for MEN and
WOMEN IN STOCK
529.50 to 555.00
Pants and Slacks - 57.95 to 514.95
701 State Street Erie, Penna.
ERIE'S LEADING "
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COR. 14111 8' STATE ST.
GET A GOOD MUSICAL EDUCATION
From Beginner to Competent Artist, at the
ERIE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Established in 1913
156 West Seventh Street, Erie, Pa., Phone 2-2824
Principal, Peter LeSueur
Bachelor of Music, Oxford University: Fellow ol' the Royal College of Organists, London. Licentiate of
the Royal Academy of Music, London. Fellow of the American Guild of Organists
Organist and Choirrnaster Emeritus of St, P:-1ul's Episcopal Cathedral
To students desiring to take one subject only, complete courses are given at moderate
fees by a highly qualified faculty of fifteen artists, in Piano, Voice, Organ, Violin,
Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Harp, Trumpet, Alto,
Baritone, Trombone, Tuba, Piano-Accordion, Mandolin, Spanish and Hawaiian Guitars,
Xylophone, Banjo, Sight Singing, Theory, Musical Knowledge, Harmony, Counterpoint,
Composition, Fugue, Analysis and History of Music. Certificates awarded on the satisfac-
tory completion of each grade. The Conservatory has seven Grand Pianos.
To students desiring to do more comprehensive Work for personal culture or with a view
to taking up Music as a profession, Graduation Courses are offered with Piano, Voice
Organ, Band and Orchestral Instruments, Composition, Harmony and Theory as principal
CLASSES IN HARMONY AND GENERAL MUSICAL KNOWLEDCE
Conducted by Principal, Peter LeSueur
These classes meet once a week and each session lasts an hour. Open to all music
Students, singers and players, whether pupils of the Conservatory or not, who wish to
round out their musical education and ensure for themselves a solid foundation in good
musicianship. Attendance at this class for two years, or its equivalent in private
lessons is required from each candidate for graduation. Fee 551.00 a lesson, which includes
use of text books and material. Certificates awarded.
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YEARBOOK PRINTING A SPECIALTY
Our 1949 productions include the following: Cathedral Prep. Academy High Qchool
Hwrhorcreelt H' h 7
. - ' ig School, Mercyhurst Seminary, Villa Maria College, St. Vincent's
Nurses. 'l'ech High School, Lawrence Park High School, Strong Vincent High School.
and Mill Freek High School
FURNITURE WORKERS FEDERAL LABOR UNION
Local No. 19609, Erie
X MARKHAM'S-"E1'ie's Only Complete Music Store"
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Erie's Style Leaders i 5 Meyer .Quality Is
App oacliing a -A R. 'Your Guide to
F ull Century Satisfaction
Smart College Styled Apparel for Hi Students
CLOTHING 0 HATS 0 SHOES 0 FURNISHINGS
Also Misses' and TeenfAge Suits and Coats
P. A. MEYER E99 SONS
ERIE'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS
817'8l9f82l State Street
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ROASTERS OF FINER COFFEE . . .
Catering to Clubs and Restaurants Our Specialty
The Crocker Sprague Co.
Dunkirk, New York
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El-:A ,f 1409 State Street
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Milk 0 Ice Cream fhairs
P1'0dUCf Of D. E. White Telephone 2-2549
SANITARY FARMS DAIRY T , , ,
521 East 18th St. Phone 2-5617
Compliments of Q
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Prescription Drug Stores--Medicines '
Toilet Articles-Sundries 5 '
At Reasonable Prices and Guaranteed . I
Satisfaction on Every Purchase
Three S'to"etS Cakes - Candies - Luncheons
1109 State-9th and State-706 State
Erie 926 State St. 26th and Parade Sts.
M. O. Shreve I 'I 1 f
Frank Grelml Dry Cleaners
ERIE OPTICAL COMPANY
823 Peach Street Phone 2,489.1 l-llfi lfvest Zlst St. Erie
T DON-DE COFFEE
all Home Owned Food Stores
Kimmel 8: Son At
SHOES - HOSIERY - BAGS
Jacob Haller Company
78 Years At The Same Location ' D
Corner 17th and Sassafras Sts. lvholesale Dlstrlbutors
Dale Williams' Music Shop
1015 State Street - End Floor
Triple-cushioned Vibration Cleaning Action that pox
tively removes deeply embedded dirt from your runs.
and without undue wear.
Toe-touch Control for "just-right" height adjustment
of thc rug-cleaning nozzle.
Safety-switch that eliminate danger.
All-Aluminum Chassis, rigid and durable.
Indestructihle Start-Stop Switch, eliminates one of
the most frequent of trouhle in Vacuum cleancr
Flood-light that can he controlled in the search for
dirt in dark corners.
There are more but only a demonstration in your home
and on your personal cleaning problems can do them
justice. Phone for a free demonstration . . .
The Kirby Company of Erie
917 French Street, Erie. Pennsylvania
Edward L. Gamble. Dist. Phone 2-2821
SODERBERG 8: BUHL
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Fresh Country Eggs
913 Parade St. Phone 2-2058
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Bottled Under Authority of The Coca-Cola Company by plus lc tax
ERIE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Congratulations - Class of 1949!
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coivns RIGHT IN! f-'E6E1i1S
Erie's Only Escalator Store L
State Street at 9th
Matt. Flelschmann BUNGALOW PARK
GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
Clothing and Furnishings
Shoes and Rubbers for the
Staple antl Fancy Groceries
Hunting and Out-floor Clothing
Fruits and Vegetables
2611 Parade Phone 0-9290
ENG, Pa. 3223 Peach
Congratulations To The Graduating
Class of 1949
Daka Paper Company
Fourth and State Streets
On With the Dance!
SAMMY DIEHL and His Orchestra
Featuring GLADYS GILLESPIE Songstress
Music from 9 to 1 on Fridays,
9:30 to 1:30 on Sat.,--8:30 to 12:30 on Sun.
SQUARE DANCE - George Barber, Caller
La Nuova Aurora
Members Only 1518 Walnut Street
A Progressive, Philanthropic Organization
C. H. Collman
Class of 1949
Reliable Home Furnishings
Dr. R. H. Collman Co., Inc.
0Pt0meffiSfS 1213-19 state st.
125 VV. 8th Street Erie, Pa. Erie, Pa.
Hamilton - Elgin - Bulova
L. Press 8: Co.
Work - Dress - Play
Blue White Perfect Diamonds
W. A. Davis
12fjQ,16 State St- 107 West 10th Street
Phone C5-7140 Times Square
Your Preparation For The Business Field
Is Now A Matter of Prime Importance
To become employable you Gyeetings
must now be well prepared
Our Courses have met tithe enthusiastic en-
dorsement of State an National Business ,
School oi-ganizaeons. Jay S School of Floral
Our Graduates have the approval of the Designing W'
Employing Public in business and profes-
A catalog will be mailed you on request.
Erie Business College
220 West Ninth St. Erie, Pennsylvania
44 Clinton Street
North East, Pa.
Protect What Yau Have
Insurance That Insures
1421 G. Daniel Baldwin Bldg. Phone 2-6701
Gustafson Optical Co.
103 West 9th Street Phone 2-4219
WELCOME . . . I
The enduring qualities of THE ERIE
DAILY TIMES are based on 61 years
of dependable service.
That's why it is Erie's favorite Newspaper
. . . welcome, wanted, respected in 9 out of 10
Knights of St. John
660 West 26th Street
Tops With America's
PARTS - SALES 81 SERVICE
on Washers and Vacuum Cleaners
Harry E. Mueller
THE KEY MAN
18 East 9th Street
Keys for House, Auto Trunks and Safes
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.IEWELERS ' ' ' '
Pay Cash - Buy for Less g
wth and Hellenld Streets Phone 5-4242 Make it y0l1r d0Wl1t0Wl1 headquarters
1202 East 10th Streetj Erie, Pa.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
402 W. 31-d St. Phone 2-2987
COLD STORAGE VAULT ON PREMISES
You have learned to di-ive yeui- ante
SAFELY and SANELY
insure in with the
Erie Insurance Exchange
' 2 Since 1901 . . . the
store of famous
5 shoes for men,
Women and children
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Sanner Office Supply
1119-1123 Peach St. Erie, Pa
Desks - Chairs - Files - Safes
Systems - Supplies
Always a Place to Park
324 East 18th St.
Home of Good Fellowship
Gem City Dairy Bar
"Erie's Finest Made"
5813 East Sth Street Phone 2-3758
N3 Que! ,WM -if wife, QW.
-Af We Congratulate the Graduating
Classes of 1949 On their Splendid
Scholastic Record and Wish them
A Continued Success
'IEP A S CO.
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BU fpState Streets
When in need of fine - Compliments of
VSQITSEES Erie Forge Co.
Always See Erie Forge 8z Steel Co.
Ford E. O'Dell
Jeweler Erie, Pa'
24 W. 10th St. Next To Shea's
Frontier Cake Shop
Highest Quality Baked Goods
1650 West Sth St. Phone 2-3090
Jos. J. Buckel, Prop.
General Building Contractors
1009 Commerce Bldg. Erie, Pa
The Associated General Contractors of
Skill - Integrity - Responsibility
NOTICE TO STUDENTS
Sterling welcomes you to visit our plant for
information on producing and processing
Experts in this line will aid you with facts
for writing your composition.
3330 Peach St. Phone 9-9691
Skinner Engine Company
We have just received a new shipment of
plastic frames in all colors and all styles.
Come In and See Them
Hess Brothers, Opticians
113 West 9th St. Erie, Pa.
The Only Optical Place with a
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