Aliquippa High School - Quippian Yearbook (Aliquippa, PA)
- Class of 1947
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Published by the Senior Class
of Aliquippa High School
How We Work
And Somet1mes Play
Hand in hand through the halls and por
tals of our school go the boy and girl on a
mission of learning With them go s good
living Their life here has as many phases as
there are facets to a diamond each reflect
1ng its own prcture
Together these students learn nablts ot
courtesy as they greet thelr teachers and tel
low classmates each morning in the class
room as they mount the stairs in couples one
to the geometry class, the other to law and still
another to history. A few go still another flight
to physics or chemlstry class.
The bell denoting change of class rings
and pandemonlum reigns, but only for a mo-
ment. Then all is quiet, and the air is once
more laden with the heaviness that is charac-
teristic of knowledge.
True, not all are here for the same thing,
collectively-yes, but individually-no. Some
What greater lure is there tha h e and
Or can it be the shop boys?
We've got a queen, and oh sh 's keen
For she's the dream ol ou b ketball t m.
Watch the birdie, girls!
Good food? No wonder. The best lor th b t
That's our team.
Practice makes perfect.
We've got the pep, we've got the st m
When it comes to Ambridge, we su m.
"ln goes the good air, out goes the bad a
Good bye, Mr. Lincoln. lt was n swell play
How orderly . . . Or is it I th photographer' k
Don't be misiulren.
They're really industriou
harbor ambitions to become artists, chemists,
surveyors, engineers, While others Wish to
take up medicine, nursing, teaching, and the
many other professions which may develop
from the solid background Aliquippa High
School tries to furnish.
When, after a busy day, the last bell rings
for dismissal, and the classes troop out of their
rooms, the boy and girl will stop for a moment
at their lockers, then run out into the sunshine
laughing and talking.
Later, perhaps, they drop into the corner
drug store for an ice cold "coke", lounging
comfortably in their jeans and dirty saddle
shoes, talking over the day's subjects. Then
some enthusiastic pupils leave their particular
gathering to come back to school, Where they
meet for extra-curricular activities.
Yes, the boy and girl ot Aliquippa High
School will go out into the World better ott for
having been here, to meet the challenge
which the world presents, hand in hand, pre-
ALIQUIPPA HIGH 1943
1943 l944 Eprdemrc ot colds sweeps school 1280 tudents and 26
teachers 111 football Ambrrdge Alrgulppa deadlocked 7 7 parade
by students War bond rallles held to Wage bond ales S10 OOO
worth bought rn one Week' Mrnute Man Flag flles for thrrty days over
school assembly students spellbound by D 1' Ernest 1-lypnotrst
blggest event ot year IS bazaar held to pay det1c1t of yearoook S736 pro
ht students buy lc nk through bond sales coronatlon ceremonres
ot May Kmg luke Suder and Qaeen Katy Kovalenko many graduates
leave tor the armed forces reports come of A 1-1 S boys rmsslng or
krlled ln actlon
lam army lands lock stock and barrel rr' stadlum army show wows
the crowds g1r1s n dreamland durmg thelr stay Mr Garlng asslsts
rn Wrrtrng hlstory ot Pennsylvama rn faculty versus student basketball
game boys wln 34 30 unforgettable Leader s Club Play Day at least
one assembly sguee ed 1n every Week lohnny Smlsko cops state Jave
lm champlonshrp decalcomanra plaque awarded to Allgulppa 1-hgh
students for bond sales We buy through War bond ales a S50 OOO
tralnlng plane th senror prom at last commencement and gradu
atlon May Day fSSl1Vll1GS held 1n gymnaslurn on account of Iuprter
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1944-1945: Eighth graders come to Aliguippa High . . . halls in a bed-
l945-l946: New band director comes to A S., Mr. Ferdinand Spor-
ney . . does amazmg work wlth band . . with war over, everyone
tries to regain peacetxme atmosphere . . . new school courses offered ex-
G. l.s . . . Rubinoft, the VlOl1Il1St, plays before record crowd . . . Tony Der-
cole named most valuable baseball player ln the state . . . 338,000 in tools
received by school from W.A.A. . . shop gets dismantled plane P-40 . . .
veterans program g mg full blast Glrl Reserve 1n1t1ates glven the works
f1rst class 1n woodworklng at shop twenty two men one woman
t1v1t1es councll formed w1th Nr Hartman as dlrector new Llbrary Club
the Alpha Beta Kappa choral cont ert blllowy gowns melodlous volces
Band concert a c edlt to Mr Sporney band enlarged by thlrty mem
bers Qulps trounce all other baseball teams cop W P I A L Cham
p1onsh1p tr1p to Phlladelphla they lose Pennsylvama champlonshlp
Ioe Zugay Day Ioe goes to New York to play to Amerlcan All
Stars Pauhne Rogan Ed Mlasgowlcz crowned Klng and Queen IU
May l:'est1V1t1es at last the graduatlon and the solemmty of pomp and
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far back as hlstory records the story of
atron rt pornts out the urgent need for lead
n several rnstances rf 1t were not for thelr
ort1nq words and authorrtatlve leadershlp all
t have been lost
hus 1t IS wrth us students We need kxndness
'ff dance and advlce whlch we frnd 1n the admtn
tstrators and teachers of our school Always obllq
rnq forever helpful they offer any servlces they
can extend us gladly In apprec1at1on of the1r
helpful servlces to us we can only say thank
you May We prove our gratrtude by our qood
work when We have left school That IS the only
way we can really thank you or repay you For
words we must adrnlt are but empty and mean
lnqless shells 1f they are not frlled wlth results and
successes Whlch only the future can unfold
Therefore our gratrtude cannot be fully ex
pressed at th1s trrne but you can be sure We Wlll
qo out and do our best to make 1t up to you We
thlnk teachers and admxntstrators that you have
done a wonderful Job
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What's new this morning?
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Our superintendent, Mr. Wilson's task is two-told. Besides
being head of our educational program, he manages and reg-
ulates all business transactions.
Mr. Dungan, as the co-ordinator of secondary education,
administers all standardized tests in our school system.
Student guidance and parent-student problems are in the
hands of Mr. Crawford. His work includes the records and en-
rollment ot the student body and the construction of the master
Responsibility for the disciplining of students, making ot
schedules ot classes, and procuring substitute teachers are the
duties ot our assistant principal, Mr. Marley.
LYTLE M. WILSON
SCHOOL OFFICIALS IN SESSION
left to right around table
L. M. Wilson-Sup't ot Schools
R. McGee-Sup't ot Buildings and Grounds
Dr. L. N. Colonna: R. N. Keyser:
A. F. Burket: H. Craig-Sol1c.tor:
I.. A. Smith-Secretary: Dr. H. I. Gold:
V. M. Gray: R. G. Mcllvain:
A. D. Dunqan-Ass't Sup't oi Schools.
tNo1 pictured-G. Tovoyl
A D DUNGAN ROBERT CRAWFORD FRAN IS MAPL Y
Assistant Superintendent High School Principal Assistant Hgh School Pr nc pal
Theirs is the job of guiding the pupils of our school. They must
point out the different subjects offered, they must also give the
students counsel as to which course Will best serve their purpose.
Their influence in these Ways is greatly felt and appreciated. The
results are seen in the high academic standing of our school.
Aliquippa High School is equipped to offer the students a
variety of courses and subjects with capable teachers to instruct
the various classes. There are: the academic course, preparatory
to college, the commercial course, which turns out efficient book-
keepers, and the stenographic course for ambitious girls and boys
who aim to be secretaries. Also, there is a clerical-selling course
offered, home economics, the general scientific, and a pre-nursing
course. Careful lest they overlook the boys who wish to prepare
for trades, an industrial course was established, which trains effi-
cient and capable machinists, electricians, auto mechanics, and
Yes, the principals and high school faculty wield a mighty
sword of guidance and advice, which makes the Work of the stu-
dents easier and more enjoyable.
Mr. Ladish and a few
ADAMS. DONALD L.
BATTLES. MARY C.
Co-Sponsor-Iunior Booster Club
Related Social Studles
BLANEY. LAWRENCE F.
Assistant Football Coach
Sponsor-Marian Anderson Tri-Hi-Y
Home Economics Departme
BRITTON, CHALLIS W.
BROBECK. STANLEY C.
Assistant Football Coach
COULTER, MAUDE G.
DAVIS, IOHN B.
Head of Art Department
FLEMING, ANN G.
FRANK, LYDIA K.
Sponsor-National Honor Society
Head of Industrial Department
GARING, ERIC E.
GALFO, IEANNE F.
GLASS, DONALD E.
Mr. Iones teaching 12A boys
First Aid Transportation.
Surcease from daily grind-
men's room at noon.
HARTMAN, CLYDE M
HARTLEY. HARRY I.
HOOVER, GLADYS L.
Head of Health Department
Sponsor--Ir. High Basketball
IORDAN. WARD D.
Head ol Mathematics Department
ol Evening School
Sponsor-Alpha Beta Kappa
KUVINKA. GEORGE R.
LADISH. LOUIS P.
LIPPE, NATHAN M.
Head ol Physical Training
Sponsor-Alpha Beta Kappa
MARSDEN, GRACE M.
Sponsor-Alpha Beta Kappa
MCISAAC, EDMUND R.
Sponsor-F. B. I. Club
NICKLAS, IOHN M.
PALAZZI, ESTHER L.
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RICHARDS, MARIAN S.
ROBINSON, DALE W.
ROSS, IOSEPH A.
Seniors learn Economics
In Mr. Garing's class.
Mrs. Long makes English Literature
a vital experience.
Sl-IAWKEY, ADA M.
SMITH, CLIFFORD I.
Head of History Department
SMITH, HELEN D.
Sponsor-Iunior Red Cross
SPORNEY, F. l.
Head of Music Department
SWARTS. DONALD E.
Sponsor-Iunior Booster Club
THEL, CAROLINE H.
Head of the English Department
Assistant Football Coach
Reserve Basketball Coach
Iunior High Football Coach
WEITZEL, FRANCES T.
WHITE, CHARLES L.
ZAHORCHAK. MICHAEL M
Mr. Shirk. Attendance Teacher Mr. Lloyd Shirk, Attendance Teacher Mr. Marshall Del Greco, Supplies Clerk
Miss Doris Peilibon. Attendance Clerk, Mrs. Victoria Adams, Secretary to High School
g Office Personnel
We can never estimate the invaluable courtesies
and general helpfulness extended us by the ch-eertul,
capable office statt. Their efficiency is established
beyond doubt it you have ever seen them quickly
convert the ottice from a hedge podge ot confusion
to an orderly, mechanically working otiice. This they
do by simply entering and coolly going about their
duties, seemingly taking care ot everyone at one
and the same time. They have a smile tor everyone,
and it tries to tell us that they really don't mind us.
But really, though, we think you're awfully nice,
and We Want you to know we think so.
Miss Mary Zobrak, Mr. Michael Bobanich, Miss Anna Miller,
Mrs. Ersilia Kubera Mrs. Elvaretia B. Hank Mrs. Silvia A Holpp
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ln September of 1943 students began coming
into the high school from all directions. Those
climbing the hill looked forward to doing it for
four years. As we sat in the gym waiting for home-
room assignments, little did we know what was
to follow, although we had our suspicions. After
receiving regular homerooms, we began to try to
acquaint ourselves with the rules and regulations
of the school. Naturally, becoming quite confused,
we approached upper classmen and asked their
aid. Much to our discontentment we were dubbed
with the name "Freshies" and were sent on our
way, often with wrong directions.
We weren't in the fog too long and soon
learned the ropes, even those of cutting classes
on the last beautiful days of fall. Since the war
was still going on, a well recognized statement
among the students on test days was, "Gee, l wish
we have an air raid dril today." As May came
around we looked forward to our summer vaca-
tion, hating to leave the kids but eager for a rest
and to dream of our sophomore year.
As always is the case, the class diminished in
size, but the remaining ones worked hard to keep
up with the class. Being considered in the senior
group, we had the privilege of attending our first
National Honor Society Assembly. impressed by
it the students locked forward to the day they
would be eligible for the honor.
"Friends, Romans and Countrymenn seemed
the subject of the semester as the English classes
began memorizing Mark Anthony's speech. Ah!
What expression. Mark Anthony couldn't have
done it better himself.
Toward the end of the sophomore year, social
maturity came into the foreground. This was illus-
trated by the attendance of the May Dance that
year. Extra-curricular activities came into promi-
nence during this year also. Thoughts in the stu-
dents' minds were how quick the last two years
have gone by. We're Iuniors already!
Senior Homeroom Teachers
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F BANDULA B GLOVIER P MONTINI F MANGIARELLI
D VALLE N HAGES I SHAHEN F ROSS
Upon returnrng to school rn the fall as full
fledged Juntors agam wrthout a few who couldnt
make 1t all our thoughts were turned toward the
organ1zat1on of our class Th1s task requr ed great
conslde at1on smce we wanted offrcers who would
serve and represent the class dtltgently Afte or
gan1z1ng all mterest was turned to our own formal
Dreamer s Rendezvous Naturally a orom IS al
ways accompanled wrth the questron Vtfrll you
go to the Iunlor Prom wrth me? Ahl Those lucky
Skatmg parttes were qulte the fad and the
clean up commrttees often wondered about the
slrght 1ndent1ons on the floor and th cdd colored
marks on the students
It seemed that we all stopped comolamrng
about backaches The only solutron was that we
were flnally s1tt1ng on the charrs dur1ng assem
blles Don t worry Freshres you only have two
years to watt
Some lucky students were able to attam Na
uonal Honor and were very much congratulated
by both faculty and students The only drsapoornt
1ng thlng IS that more people cant make rt We
left school wtth only one great task to be started
the year book Edltors were chosen and the sum
mer work was to begm
At last were senlors lt seems that the last
three years Just whrzzed by lt wont be long now
t1ll Pomp and Clrcumstance The class se 'ned
to be larger summer school had qutte an attend
ance A large number of students worced hard
and well to get back w1th the class They were
very much welcomed
We semors became very popular Someone rs
always askmg for some sort of an tntervtew A
very common expresston was Oh' How darlmg
No rt cant be Sentor photographs already lts
Just a matter of weeks now Teachers are very
busy after school and dur1ng therr free perrods
the students seem to be espectally mterested 1n
makmg up therr mrssed classes Naturally all
worklng for exempttons
May the l4th was the day to pay tr1bute to
Krng Lloyd Cable and Queen Thomaslne Atk1n
son The court looked n1ce too We have come to
the conclusron that boys look very nrce 1n sults
The s nror banquet at the Colonral brought the
semor cl ss together for practlcally the last t1me
Iokes and wrsecracks rang through the two
gyms as we practlced for Baccalaureate whlch was
followed by Commencement As we walked up
to recelve our drplomas w1th Just a small lump ln
our thro t and a slrght hrdden tear IH our eyes
we looked about us at all our fr1ends and parents
who watched us as we b1d farewell to Alrquxppa
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AGRESTI MARY Chemlstry Club
French Amerrcan Relatrons Club band
Natronal Honor Socrety rntramurals and sports
brkerldrng now attends nurslng School
ANDERSON IAMES Iamre Secretary
of the Iunror Boosters Trea urer of the l-l1Y
hkes sports 1D general collects prctures
humorous sort of fellow plans to attend college
ATKINSON THOMASINE Tommy our
favorlte cheerleader basketball queen l947
lrkes sports and men treasurer Tr1H1Y
AYOOB ROSELLA Roe Qurp Scrrpt
Strff dancrng skatrng Leaders Club
collects new yokes future angel of mercy
BABICH ERNEST Erme one of the
boys from the hrll lndustrrla Club good
tal ball reveals college
BAKER MARGARET Peggy chref rn
terest horses YTeens Dramatrcs wants
to teach dressage
BANDULA MARY Shortre lrkes movies
shows off her Collectron of snapshots
good cook Leaders Club plans to enter the
ALISKOVITZ CAROL constant talker
loves dancing and dramatrcs keeps clrpprnqs of
the football and baseball players Alpha Beta
Kappa Dramattcs Club Vrce presrdent of
YTeens w1ll enter Ohlo State m September
ATHANASSION GUST Gus always
seen wlth a camera slung over hrs shoulder
well on hrs way as a photographer has never
rnrssed an Alrqurppa basketball or football game m
all of hrs four years
AYOOB PAUL Bully chref mterest
sports favorrte subyect mathematrcs plans
for the future are mdefmzte
BABIAK JOHN Brg Boy Iumor Boost
ers Varsrty Club loves Jelly beans
lumberrack rn the makrng or on Geneva Colleges
football lrne up rn near future
BAGHETTI LUCY Luyack beautxful
brown eyes likes rournallsm enjoys popular
and classrcal musrc Gxrls Chorus Leaders Club
and Natronal Honor Socxety
BANDULA FRANCES Tunce e sm1
mg blonde presxdent of the Ianuary Class
Leaders Club enyoys typmg sports fan
has realrzed her ambrtlon now a secretary
BARBOUR VIVIAN lrkes to read
wxth muslc favorlte subyect typ ng ambl
BARNES GEORGE 1 champxon run BARR IOHN Zugar Varslty Club
ner wmner of State track trophy lrkes sports manager of 46 football team spends most of
rn general Varsrty Club Iumor Boosters
collects guns w1ll attend Prtt ln fall
hrs trme sleepmg chref mterests sports and
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YTeens urarnm s Club Alpha Betw Kappa
Lorr sp cnd 1 q eg etary of 'l'r1 H1 Y l1kes to
L md ska e collects ro ards most tulka
wc ess of GUIOY class
EISCAN VERONICA Ronne a col
1eCtor of records loves b cyclrnq wants to
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BRINEY MILDRED N tz e Y Teens
yresulent of Alrha Eetw K pa 11kes to dance
11u L at endant of Vtfest Pr nn Nursmq S bool
BUTLER IOYCE Butch Culp Scrlpt
yros1dent of Marran Ande son lr1ll1Y favorne
BI CHLER MADELON Black e YTeens
C: rls Chorus Dramat cs Club Chemls
lkes to read coll cts p1qqy banks
Vv tl be a nurse at ' t Penn
ue cluef rnterest
n nq sports fan favor te sub ect typmq
fu ure secretary or recept on1st
BURNS MARY ELLEN YTeens Alpha
eta K poa favor te sub e t hrstory th1s
future ecre ary hkes dancrnq and swrmmmq
CABLE LLOYD Stzlts star performer
on basketball team known for hrs excellent k1Ck
trne ea n lko danc nq photography and
'ne 1 future ta1loress
CAMPBELL DONAGENE leanne
teens lunror Boos ers Qu p SCTlPl rke
swm m no dancmq an amwteur art1st arm
o e ter rov donce School of Nurs rrq
CAR Y SAM H1Y lunror Booster
l1kes dancrnq 9"lOYS Chook e s corrtpany now
answe s to Geneva s roll call
CARTMEL VIOLET feels at home 1l'l the sad
Q e collects stamps her favor1te snorfhand
M ss It acrxflrllan s h lper
CERELLI ANTHONY M1mm1e VdYSllY
Club H1Y co captam of the football squad
lrkes muslc and sports a future football
Vars1ty Club rnterests are ports dancmq
and Shrrley Oh1o State College 1n 1all
CI MPBELL SUE Suz e cheerful
YTeer1s Alpha Beta Kappa keeps a drary
IT'dlH rnterest plano a future nur e
CARL MARIAN Drmples ta and
Jlond Leaders Club Grrls Chorus
Teens secretary treasurer of Artornrc Club
mtrarnur ls dar1c1r1g goal qtenotype ln tr
CELICH STEPHEN devotee of 1T1US1C
str ng ensemble sports fan future a vrolm
1 t the can really handle that th nql
CHABALA MARY ANN Mac emoys
ca C1r1q and sports lrkes to read and sew
Y reens Crrls Chorus Leaders Club
Alnra Beta Kappa future 1 undec ded
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e charrman basketball maclunxst
plans to contrnue study of machrnery
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lnpra collerts mrnrature doqs
Westmrnster college rn September
COMO GILDA Brmbo
Club edrtor of
Qurp Scrrpt dancrnq travelrnq bowlrnq
collects records wzll enter busrness world as
COSTANZA PETE Pete lndustrral
Club Varsrty Club guard on the football
team thrce years lrkes to make up Jrnqles
future physrcal educatlon teacher
CUMMINGS LAMAR Mrke track
football and basketball burlds arplane models
lrkes hrstory future druqqrst
D AMBROGI IEAN Chez Tn l-I1Y
short but attractrve dancmq and sports lrkes
mathematrcs and Enqlrsh alms toward a busz
of Cheer Leaders
dancmq and sports
mlnq and drvmq beautrful blond harr
DE SALLE BETTY LU Boots
chorus sports danclng movxes
all subyects desrres to go to commercral art
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Davrs De Luca
De Salle Dx Guovme
CIAMACCA EVA Eve skatrnq movres
swrmmrnq collects spoons plans to en
er colleqe rn the fall
CLIPPER MARTHA Marty Leaders
Club favorrte subyect sales lrkes dancmq
and Lovvlrnq no defrnrte plans for the future
COSTANZA ANN Butch Busrness
manaqer of Ourp Scnpt presrdent of National
Honor Socrety assrstant edrtor of Ourppran
emoys poetry and dancmq wears a rmq on the
thrrd fmqer left hand lune IS the month
CREVAR MILDRED Mrllre former sec
retary of Tr1H1Y sports dancmq er
bran Church Chorr collects prctures stenoq
raphy rs her ambrtron
DALLY CHARLES Chuck tall blond
treasurer of Iumor Boosters cross country
mterests are dancrnq women and sports favor
rte sub1ect IS chemrstry undeclded future
DANTONIO RUTH Red bowllnq danc
mg and Henry Jovral and fun lovmq future
DE LUCA DAVID Blacky machmrst
from the mdustrral department good lookmq
baseball and basketball member of the Natronal
l-lonor Socrety plans to be a farmer
DI GIOVINE DANIEL Danny tall elec
trrcran Industrral Club sports dancrnq
favorrte teacher IS Mr Petty future rs un
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d ncmq and ports rharmmq DGISOW
future stenc,raf her of Busmess Trunxnq
DORf ZIO D LPHIYE e SHTQIUQ
baseball pe lals a l llce would lke to be 5
arms toward a mu lcal c e r
DJYOVICH BARBARA Rube Lead
ers Club typlst for Qu1po1an dancmq
sports wants to be an mterror decorator
charrman of decorrton of sernor prom
FABER GERTRUDE ludd e Leaders
Club danc ng and Ioe out tandmq
sports secretary ln Nattonal Electrlc Company
FARELLI ANNA MARIE Doc Chemrs
try Club Alpha Beta Kappa actrve 1n class
d1scuss1ons l1kes readrnq hstenmq to the
rad o Geneva pre med course
FEREZAN RAYMOND Ray two years
of vars1ty football Varslty Club assrstant
sports ed1tor of 47 Qurppran favorrtes are
Iootball hockey and women Edmborouqh State
FROHM MARY ANN 4year Allqurppa Band
member red ha1red Mary Ann was well llked
by all chosen for all state band
GEORGE BETTY Dramat1cs took part
operetta Marranne qulte a dancer rna1n
mterest IS Fred Humphreys undecrded future
2 X A F R Faber
I L Farelh
DI NELLO YOLANDA Lmda year book
staff bowlmq and readrnq The Vorce
favorrte subtect IS Sales plans to be an mterror
DUBROWA DOROTHY DoDo Leaders
Club voted be t dancer rn Seruor Hall ot Fame
travel nq men dancrnq often seen
wrth Gee future avxatrrx
EVANS NANCY LEE ca e erra worker
home lovlnq l1kes to rarse plants and collect
records wants to take up home economlcs
work at the Watson Home Sewrckley
FARBER MARY Srssy Trrl-l1Y
secretary of Iumor Boosters Natlonal Honor So
crety emoys dancmq favorlte subtect IS
busmess law future secretary
I-'ARLAND DOLORES Dee amb1t1on
rs prrvate secretary collects postcards
good natured hkes dancrnq skatmq and men
PINK RICHARD Stmky usher at the
State Theater mterested m law and polrtrcs
news collector especxally Russran news
future mouthp1ece rf he attends college
PUSCO ANTHONY Peanuts Varslty
Club wrsecracker of 217 sports and q1rls hrs
mterests future server of Uncle Sam
GILBERT RUTH I-lots emoys all sports
cookmq lkes hxstory and Mr Garmg
plans to attend nursmg school
GLOVIER BYRON Doolxttle VICQ pres
1dent of Industrral Club V1C6'Pf6'SlCl9l'1l of semor
cla s lrkes women and weddmgs popular
blond machmxst crystal ball reveals the Navy
GORNICK WILLIAM 1 class repre
sentatwe Iumor H1 torlans lndustrral Club
one of the hrll grease monkeys attractrve
smlle collects stamps belzeves experrence 15
the best teacher
GRIPP LEONARD Buddy rnterested
ln basketball and bowlmg quzet burlds model
rarlroads no deflmte plans for the future
HAGES NICK Bralns treasurer of the
sen1or cla s top rankmg graduate 1n lanuary
class mterest Angre excellent at chess
now answers to Genevas roll call
HAMILTON PHILIP Phl HIY parlra
rnentarxan Iumor Boosters band color guard
pe peeve recrtmg poetry beauuful eyes
lrkes to dance the man that comes around
HARRIS IOHN ack H1Y hunt
mg bowlmg lrkes mathematrcs and scxence
quret a future mechanrcal enqlneer
HARVAN ARTHUR Clem bashful
ambrtrous spends hrs t1me IIXIDCJ radros and
worlung wrth mechamcal gadgets hopes to own
h1s own radxo shop
HATFIELD MARIAN I-lame
drrvmg most glamorous grrl of e
class future clerk.
GOLDSMITH H LEN SlSBY lou favors
an mu sew ng und slr d rgm rq pet1te
5 sucnt ol thc Tn 1Y Y'l'con member
ch1cf lIlli3'IPSl lverlo wrll attend Pltt
GWECO LAUPETTA ldllllf Drarnrtrr
1 t Nutronal Honor Sm ety
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GROWALL QARA ANN Sally
H, D15 Beta Ka,pa Grls chorus drrma
rcs a or-eat lover or the Grrl Scouts proves
the theory of L10 Cin lo 'eaut ful
HALUGA NICK plllllp musrc
stam,s ol c uve tu es tall xncl quet
rntramural laske ball hope to at end trade
HARCHER HELEN COOk1O rnterests
are mus1c dancmg and Vlnce collects prctures
and shoes l1kes Engl h a future Kaufmann s
HARRIS OLGA O 1 ,lC lun or Boosters
Trr H1 Y rn ramaral l aslcotluall dancmg
oys always has somothmg pleasant to say
Bu mess Trarnmg Colle o
roller and lce slcatmg
always ready for a good
Bunny class rc :re
Y Teens dmclng
yton and Howdy
olce coll cts pennants
HELTERBRAN DOROTHY Do e1Jo s
danung and sports co le ts records plans
to be a stenographer coes for a guy named Bob
HORAK DOROTHY em ys Good
books movres and drnrrnq rn kos her own
clothes qutet rdrn fc x nursrn rcer
HOUCK DAVID Drcldy
H1 Y vrce presrclent Jun cr B cs ers
presrdent Nattonrl Honor Socr y Drxrratl s
Club mterested rn autofnobtlcs ol cmen
a future enqrneer
HURNI ROBERT Bos rn rn er of track
squad Industrial Club Colle ts st mps
sports rn general undectded al out hrs future
IRWIN LEOLA Grrls Chorus rccorvod lot
ter A rn musrc very qulot and pretty Com
rneroral stenoqraphrc student
Club electrrcal shop
favors re ated drawmg
plans to Work at lones and Lauqhlm
Trl H1 Y dancrnq
Blondre basket all
lrkes cornrnercral x ora
plans a comrnerclal future
KAUFMAN GEORGE c lanrc
funded trnkers wrth electrlc trarns radrc and
old cars usually seen rn hrs o d Ford Ianror
Boosters a future el ctrtr rl engrn c
KELLY RUTH be Nrtchrng bro vn eyes
lrkes danclnq and drrvmq the new Ford
tend the Stenotype lnstrtute of Plttsbu gh
HORNSTEIN PATRICIA a Natronal
Honor Soctety prestdent Leaders Club
Teens vrce presrdent Qurppran commrttee work
Grrl Scouts lrkes baseball and musrc
plans to be a physlcal educatron d1rector
HRAMIKA MARGARET Maqqle a con
stant talker has many mterests rncludlnq sports
dancrnq and men Tr1H1Y and Pep Club
undecrded about future
HYRE FREDA Fredd e ardent secretary
of the Cvrc Youth Iumor Boosters enyoys
dancmq wrth lack a future assrstant manager of
L G M Datry
IONES BARBARA Barby qulet
Joys rnuslc and readrnq llkes French
decided about futuse
KAMIKER LOU lndustrral Club returned
from Navy rn 1946 expert carpenter plans on
entermq college rn September
KATZ MANUEL Man football and fxsh
rnq among hrs rnterests buflds model axrplanes
hopes to enter Geneva thrs fall
KAZINA ANNE Grrls Chorus Bach Choxr
mterested 1n rnterror decoratmq and fashron de
srqmnq sews her own clothes a future ln
KENNA DOROTHY DoDo a former
heerleader Yako IS her favorrte mterest
lrkes to dance keeps a scrapbook Wlll at
tend a busmess school
Kunzmann La Gattl
KIRIN MATTHEW Mutt one of the car
ponter gang mdulqes rn huntrnq and sports
future servlre to hrs Country
KOLICH GEORGE onroys football and brsl et
1 stud1ous plan to study enqrneerrnq
wxll Jorn the army after qraduatron
KOSANOVICH MILO Natronal Honor So
rrety one of our husky football players
Varslty Club hopes to qo to Penn State next
KRAMERICH LILLIAN athletxc fan
Leaders Club treasurer G A A favorlte
rnterest IS Toots lrkes dancmq a future
plays pool says he rs bashful tavonte
clwss 1S frfth perrod study hall ambrtron IS to
see the world
KUNZMANN RAYMOND Hoke
somet mes called the Dutchman Vaughn Mon
roe husky football player l-I1Y Ch6m1S
try Club presrclent
LASKY HELEN plays the clarrnet rn the
Alrqurppa Hrqh School Band Iumors Boosters
Club likes dancmq and btcyclrnq qoa
LANGAS IOHN Bella sport lover
football fan lndustrral Club career phystcal
KOCHER DOROTHY 0 a wonder
wrth a needle secretary of the YTeens Year
book staff Leaders Club lrkes swrmmrnq
danbmq and basketball future undecrded
KON TELIS FRANCES Franny ke
arr travelmq hopes to be an arr hostess or a
med cal secretary past mes tennrs and dang
rn: hobby photography
KOSTO TERESA Terry hkes sports
e pe tally me skatmq has a bolle ton of popular
soncs future unueg ded
KREIGER DONALD Trrqqer a a
demrc student quret sport W1 jorn
the army upon qraduatron
semor class dramatrcs Natronal
Honor Socrety vce presrdent of the Chemistry
Club a scrence whrz hopes to study en
LA GATTB HUDY Toots member of
our Qhampron baseball team 46 lzkes baseball
natch Natronal Honor Socxety and Industrral Club
an all around fellow
LAINUS PETER Pete lrkes sports and
movres mathematrcs IS hrs favorrte subyect
atter qraduatron the servrce
LEEPER RAMONA Ethelburt ardent
worker Natronal Honor Socrety drcl much rn
lurthermq the CIVIC Youth agam serves as pres
rdent emoys readmq poetry and mechamcs
a future socxal scxence teacher
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LESKO BETTY Slugger mterested m
athletrc member of Leaders Club and G A A
favorite pastimes bowling and dancing
LUCAS CHARLES WILLIAM Lukre
popular manager of our crosscountry championship
team Nat onal Honor Society Hr Y Iunior
Boosters Bach Choir Ouippran sports editor
emoys dancing Abe Lmcoln rn Illmors
a future minister
M ILVAIN REBINA Rebbie always
ready for a good ttme lover of dancing and
sw mmmg Y Teens Tri H1 Y Alpha Beta
Kappa plans a business career
MAFOOD DOLORES Dolly dark wavy
harr Tr1H1Y treasurer usually seen at the
teen age socials a future secretary
worker senior vxce president Industrial Club
w1ll enter the electrical trade
MARCHIONE MARIE Freckles com
mercral course likes to play the piano and to
dance emoys sports will go to the Business
MARMADUKE WILLIAM Archy well
known wolf of the semor class claims he hke
brunettes best has a yen for old Jaloples
will follow his dads footsteps as a building con
MASCIAN MARY IANE Shortle short
and sweet future telephone operator ltkes
swimming dancing and sports
LOLLY IOSEPH ce e't1oys loafmg and
basketball IBVOTIIS sub ect algebra wants
to Join the army
MCCONNEL DOLORES DeDe emoys
dancmg and roller skating also hkes Blll pretty
we l future undecided
MCNIE GILBERT Glbbie emoys teas
mg the glrls a practical Joker an all sports
MAIDEN WILLIAM 1 likes basket
ball hunting fi hmg and women collects stamps
and feminine Jewelry intends to take up
and scholarly tnkers around with radios
lkes dancing plans to attend College
MARKESICH STEVE Mesh qulet bash
u fellow favorite sport basketball will don
a my un form after graduation
MARTIN BEULAH cheerfil disposition
sen or songbird dr mat cs Club National
or ociety Grls Chorus
MASCIAN RICHARD Roh motto eat
drink and be merry emoys football and baseball
lkes dancing a future me hanrc
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MANGIARELLI, FELIX . . . faithful senior class MANISKAS. IAMES . . . "limmie" . . . likeable
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bashtul boy of the semor class rntramural bas
ketball no defrnrte plans
MAYCONICH MICHAEL Marsy smr
Inq face enroys all sports and dartcrnq
wants to be a draftsman
MAVRICH OLGA Shorty future house
N1 e lrkes danmnq and brke rrdrnq tavorrte
MEI-IOS ANTOINETTE Tonr short dark
harred en oys her cornmercral work lrkes
dancmq sports and travelrnq wants to become
a pnvate stenoqrapher
MERRIMAN BETTY Blond1e hopes t
be a secretary favors movxes and l3OWl1I'lL1
favorrte subrect shorthand
Proxy a gay cheer
Leaders Club Trtl-l1Y wants to be
COIT19 6 WOITIGH SGIIOI
tuture lrkes the IHIIIGIS I D Leaders Club
IS yet undecrded about her
lumor Red Cross Conscrentrous worker
mtramural sports easy to oet along wrth
MOONEY ROSE MARIE Red outstand
mg student and leader came here for her senror
year from Mt Gallatzrn Alrqurppa Hrqhs most
hkely to succeed Natronal Honor Socrety
Leaders Club mtramural sports hopes to qo
to Duquesne Unlversrty
MATTIA MARY ANN M mtty onq
wavy black h nr Trl l-lx Y enroy sports and
dancrnq next looker
MAYHUE ROWENA blue eyed blond
outdoor q1rl dancrnq and sports Y'I'eens
MEEKS NORRIS band rnernber Natronal
Honor Socrety Frenrhlknrerrcan Relatrons Club
qurer but always dependable always ready
wrth the answers plans to tak: up draftrnq
MENCANNIN MITCHELL Much hkes
all sports favorrte subtect qyrn second
chorce study hall w1ll rom the army
MIHALIK HELEN always rot rl xr Lead
ers Club tntrxmural sports rs yet undectded
about her future
MONTINI AUGUSTINA Trn 1 tall and
rnrnq collebts popular records wrshes to
travel after qraduatron
MONTINI PAULINE Paul
the semor class has good form rn all sports
rntramural sports Leaders Club deserves
a hand for all of her accomphshmcnts
MOROCCO GLORIA Gee wrtty
all around sport fan Leaders Club rntra
mural sports most hurno ous and lazy qrrl of
the senror class amb1t1on a travehnq stenoqra
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seen at ll sy orts events plan to lom the
Navy and ther oo to Prtt
MUNN MAPY GRACE assrstnnt bu mess
rr r tan er ot Qu p, tan Nxtronal Honor Soc e y
Alpha Bch Kappx Crwrc Youth Iunror HIS
torrans entoys reachnq and photography
colle ts old salt and pepper shakers hopes to
NELSON DONALD Don track and
coss country runrer for tour years bes des
po t and caoc ro he rates qrrls hrqh as an m e e t
studrou hrqh scholastc record wr
s Jdy engrneerrnq
dancrnq swlmm nog bowhnq
ler sr are trne read nq rn ends to oo
rrore alter qraduatou
PALOMBINI PETE Musclehead
women ard hstory club that they don
Popes to co to colleqe
PAPPAS CATHERINE lsatrene
utstandmq student and leader feature edrtor
cl 'tne Qulp Scrrpt Nat onal I-lonor Soc ety
Alpha Bea Kappa Y'l'eens member of
Ycar Book staff readrnq and travelrnq
W nt to at end Columlta Un ve stty
PETRISKO IRENE Duda very talka
ttve dmcrnq boys from Ambrrdqe
Trll 1Y rv S r y l ture rnarrraqe
el no sports
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favorrte sumect hrstory
MOUNTAIN BETTY Chxck neat and
trrm rn appearance mam mterest Dale danc
mg and music rate second collects prctures of
Vaughn Monroe and hrs orchestra stenoqraphy
MYERS VIOLET red harr but no
temper clarmet player ln the band emoys
all types of musrc chosen professton pharmacy
w1ll study at Prtt
ODDIS ANGELINE Anqe attractrve
brunette emoys dancmq movres bowllnq
lavorrte subject ofhce practrce a future
PAIAK IOSEPH oe enthusrastzc
about automoblles sports huntmq
frshmq plans to qo mto auto mechamc Work
PALOMBO NATALINO Nahe one of
the lavonte machmlsts lndustrral Club
good naturecl emoys shootmq pool sports
qrrls headed for the Navy as a machmxsts
PESUT SOPHIE Soka Leaders Club
mtramural sports sports and dancmq
collects portrarts sports tan a busmess
career rn the future
PETRONIO MARIO Prxm a wrtty elec
trrcran presrdent of lndustrral Club VQTSIIY
Club football manager for two years sports
wants to contmue rn the electrrcal trade
PITZER CRYSTAL Cr1s a future otlzce
worker seems to go for a guy named Ioe
lrkes sports and qym classes
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terest rs grrls rates football as
member of our carpenters shop
PORTER LOIS leame
for a good trme lumor Boosters
mg at endmg mov1es and sports
hand w1ll become a secretary
a future con
PRATCHENKO DANIEL re another
arpenter a football manager all through h1gh
school lrkes huntmg sports headed for
PROSPER ANTHONY Pooch one of
our lndustrral boys served m the Navy
turned for hrs d1ploma
RECHT ARTHUR Ar most talkatrve
boy Wllly member of the l-l1Y and Boosters
clubs dancmg hlstory chosen profession
RESANOVICH MILDRED Mrlhe swell
person Leaders Club Iumor Red Cross
sports plans to go to lnstrtute of Stenotype rn
RICCI FRANCES Butch lakes sports
partral to one sailor ays gym IS her favorrte
undecrded about her future
ROBERTSON MERLE Myrt soda lerker
at Youngs Drug Store I-l1Y hkes bowlmg
and dancmg wxth Helen plans to study phar
POPPS ANNA MAE good
natured Leadcr Club A loves
dancmg mushball en oy readmg worth
whlle books now clerk at F ankltn lun1or l-hgh
POWELL WILLIAM Wrll e romantrc
smger n Mananne wtty pleasrng per
Sonalltj ke t dancer of class of 47 lndus
tr1al Club chorus sports dancmg and wom
collects stamps and odd bus checks
PRISUTA MILDRED 1 a good Sport
marvelou dancer lover of movres
RADANOVICH NANCY an outstand1ng stu
dent and leader secretary of the Natronal Honor
Soclety presrdent of the Leaders Club
pha Beta Kappa Qu1pp1an Class edltor
mtramural sports bowlrng Nancy w1th the
REFT ANNE tall dark harcd secretary f
the Leaders Club mtramural sports shows
her athlettc abthty by her actlve rnterest ln bowl
lng and dancmg
RICHARDS THOMAS Buh a quret
popular fellow H1Y favors baseball
enthusrastlc about chem1stry plans to be a pbar
RITCHIE ANNABELLE Ann attracttve
brune te one of our h1gh stepplng malorettes
1t.e and roller skatmg bowltng lumor Red
Lross plans to be a te e uhonc operator or beau
ROSS FRED Mole treasurer of the
senxor class lke football and baseball one
of our 1ndustr1al boys w ll be au a slstant man
ager at lsalys
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jovial fellow Industrial Club senior
representative a future machinist
RUBEIS ARTHUR Drake popular rna
h1n1st likes science mathematics and related
drawing shoots pool and bowls a future
RUDICH MARY ANN Kitty emoys
dancing hiking sports likes to read
aspiration a secretary
RUSINKO GEORGE Russian iavor
ite sports fan excellent student hopes to go
to Carnegie Tech
SALAYA IULIA u e Leaders Club
on music and dancing likes basketball best
SANTOLLA FRANK Sonny baseball
manager Industrial Club likes baseball and
snazzy lookmg cars wants to go to California
State teachers College
SERECIN FRANK interested in machines
likes baseball and basketball wants to go to
SHANE MARY LOU LuLu a swell
friend to everyone cafeteria girl YTeer1s
and Dramatics Club National Honor Socrety
likes dancing movies Herby and hamburgs and
cokes a future secretary
ROTH SHIRLEY Shere easy going
en oys reading and danclng a future secretary
Iumor Boosters Girls Chorus
RUBY MATILDA Tillie likes dancing
and bike riding has a gift of ga Iumor Red
Cr ss a future number please
RUSHMAN BETTY Dibby blue eyed
blond likes to go to the movies especially
wtth George has a collection of phonograph
r cords future undecided
SALAYA MILDRED Millie member of
Dramatics Club dancing swirnmmg
bo fvhng arnb1t1on to own a teen age dress shop
SANTILLI FRANK Frogs Aliquippa
Ilying makes airplane models collects 1
fe ent insects crosen profe sion medicine
SENCHAK GEORGE Doc an ardent
talker Chemistry Club like sports in general
rates bowling first collects stamps and loud
neclcties hopes to be a pharmacist
SHAHEN IAMES 1m likeable person
lndustr1al Club secretary of senior Class
sports will rlde the hgihways of America as a
SHARPS ROBERT outstanding stu
dent and leader lots of fun H1Y Iumor
Boosters president National Honor Society
Alpha Beta Kappa 1nterested in the ministry
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SKOOG BARBARA Babs a wmnmq SMALL MARY member of band beautr
smtle enjoys dancmg and sports Alpha Beta ful soprano volce wrrtes poetry wrll enter
Kappa a future secretary college 1n September
SMITH IOHN Smrtty always seen wrth SPECHT ARLEEN known for her musxcal
B1ll Malden sports and huntmg wrll wear a talent loves to smg emoys playmg the
Umted States Army umlorm alter graduarton pxano bowlmg dancmg Bach Chorr
Tr1H1Y hopes to be a beautxman
SPERDUTI ELEANOR emoys readmq sports 51-AMM MARIE hkes to Smq Trl H1 Y
and d51'1C1UQ Cl"em1SlfY Club Ffef1ChAm9Y lumor Red Cross a future stenographer
rcan Relatrons Club Natxonal Honor Soclety
attends West Penn School of Nursmg
STEPANOVICH MARY Step man S u QTL RI F It DLL XRD Etlllle
dxous Natronal Honor Society Bach Chorr makes airplane models QDJOX ClHIlC1IlU
Guls Chorus pastrmes are dancmg and basketball games a futute F1 enCh
sports collects photographs as a hobby arm IDIBYPIQLGI'
a medrcal secretary
SUNDY ALBERTA Berta mushball SUSAN THOMAS Tom spends hrs
sports collects postcards hopes to be a spare trme roller skatmg and studymg iavorxte
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Chemrstry Club Natronal Honor Soclety
roys travelmg mtends to study psychlatry at
SWAN RUTH desrgns her own clothes
l lccs bowl ng dancmg Trl H1 Y a future
SYMONS MARY Mes returned from
Mclieesport to the good ol Ahqulppa Hrgh School
a fan ot the cross country team dancmg
swrmmmg Y Teens lunror Boosters plans
to enter nursmg school
perxod IS study hall mtends on Jommg the army
SWAN PATRICIA Swanle shy and
quret Tr1H1Y lxkes square dancmg
swtmmmg skatmq collects souvenrrs
hopes to take up nursmq
SWERINGEN MARIANNE Manan
rhythmrc bell player rn the band hkes clancmg
and musrc YTeens always handxng someone
a lme w1ll attend busmess school
SYRKO IRENE Faye sports danc
mg bowllng collects popular records
TAPOLSKI HELEN Tadpole Art Club
presrdent spends her extra trme drawmq
Qurpptan Art edrtor movre fan sports
TARQUINIO ZENITH Natrortal Honor Soclety
treasurer Qulp Scrrpt co edrtor Qulppran
Feature edrtor French Arrerrcan Relatlons Club
lunror Hrstonans readrnq dancrnq
TIMKO STEVE PeeWee lrkes related
drawmq a stamp collector wrll IOIH the
servtce upon qraduatron
TOMEI IOHN Tomato French Amerxcan
Relatrons Club sports fan baseball as
ketball after the servrce he hopes to go to col
TARQUINIO ELVIRA Vera our hard
workrnq Qurppran edrtor rn chref French Amer
rcan Relatrons Club Iunror l-lrstorrans secretary
Natronal Honor Society won a medal rn a
French contest at P C W movres a baseball
an plans to attend Geneva this September
THEODOROU ANNETTE Teddy short
and sweet Trrl-l1Y Grrls Chorus Qurp
Scrrpt Qurppran commrttee dancmq and
musrc a secretarral career Natronal I-lonor
TILLY VIRGINIA Gmra Qurppran com
mrttee lxkes to dance quret wrll be a
TOMEI VICTORIA Vrckre dancmq
movres bowlmq favorrte subyect shorthand
a future secretary at the Tlrnes offrce
TOMEO ROSE Rosre sports clanc
mg a collector of photographs ste-noqraphy
TOMKO ANNE Fuzzy Leaders Club
Trtl-l1Y smooth dancer Datsy Mae of l946
sports fan mtrarnural sports ambrtton
seen w1th Lmda
Gtrls Chorus Iunror Red
to travel bowlmq always
Relatrons Club Nattonal Honor
mrstry Club presrdent lrkes to
collects postcards a future
Kappa secretary YTeens Bach Chorr
musrc and dancrnq lrkes to smq wrll study
at lndrana State Teachers Colleqe to become a com
TRKULIA MILDRED Turk an acrobatrc
qeruus a star IH qxrls basketball sports fan
TROMBINI RUDY zzy black wavy
ha1r sports fan tavorrte subrect gym
collects stamps undecrded future
TSELEPI5 STEVE Lmdy Vars1ty Club
football squad sports rn general hrkrnq
flshrnq headed for the army
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sharp dancer ,orts hkes to read
a clerrcal typlst
VIGNOVICH ROBERT V113 track and
ross country teams l-l1Y pre rdent Iumor
Eooste s assrstant sports edrtor of the Quxppran
'ways seen drwmq around rn hrs Whlle Dodge
mtv-re t cars a future Penn State student
VUKMANIC RUTH Toots 1ntramural
sy orts lat nq bowlmq plans secretanal
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dancer sports women H1 Y emoys
rmtratmo new l-lrY members after qraduauon
WILSON IEAN leame IUDIOY Boosters
Artom C Club a Wh1Z at poetry has won
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see- w h Nfl: Leaders Club emoys danc
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musxc hobby photography Jour
plans to attend Penn Ctate
WEIGLE IOHN Farmer Auto Shop Club
lun or I-hstor an seen at all sen1or repro
ewtatwe meetmqs has qrrls as a hobby
wo ker makes her own clothes roller skat
a future housewtfe
WINTERBAUER LEONA LEE Trr H1 Y
bowlm dancmg a future housewxfe
several awards rnusrc fan hopes to be a com
rr rrzal flyer
YOUNG SARA FRANCES Frank mam
mterest taxlormq dress desugnnrq Wlll take
ZIVKOVICH GEORGE sport
oaseball football a future prlot
ZERNICH VIOLET S ug
qhnq bowlmq dancmg skatmq
Goes for blond haxred men a Iohn Garheld and
t Eant ne ax a future receptromst
ZON ANNA MA' Anme readmq
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plctures 1 ure secretary
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3 ye rs
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3 ye rs
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Anna Mae Popps
Mary Grlce Munn
B s Dan ers
Wolf and Wolfess
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Rudy La Gatta
Mary Ann Mattla
Nancy Lee Evans
WHEN IT HAPPENED
Football Dubo1s Home FEBRUARY
Central Cathol1c Home
Bob Ford Lecturer
Ellwood C1ty Away
Sara Hardmq Hunter
Beaver Falls Home
New Castle Home
Cross Country State Champ1onsh1D
Hubbard Clno Home
Evenmq V1S1ldl1OU School
Basketball Mldland Home
N H S Induct1on
New Bnqhton Away
Beaver Falls Home
New Castle Away
M1d West Chorus
New Castle Home
Abe Llncoln 1n lll1no1s
M1d West Band
Ellwood C1ty Away
All State Band Lebanon Pa
W P l A L Basketball F1nal
C1v1c Youth Fash1on Show
N H S Induct1on
F1ttsburqh MUSIC Educators Con
Bed Cross Movre
Play You Cant Take lt W1th
Beaver County Band Con ert
Carl Reserve Formal
Spr1nq Vocal Concert
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1st Row-Left to Riqht-Braun, Mrs. Edwards, Krosney.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Wickham, Rowley, McKnight,
Geresimon, DeMariines, D'Oltavio.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Faber, McNie, Demidovich, Lecce,
Petty, Kusic, Wadding, Kronk.
4th Row-Left to Right-Kaldon, Grable, Simko, Brown,
Tomeo. Davis, Baldwin, Walker, Gehrinq.
lst Row-Left to Right-Gaitenares, Campbell. Hendricks.
2nd Row-Left to Riqhl-Mrs. Ciriacy, Tzagdis, Stoken.
Refice, Unis, Klarich.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Hunt, Lechman, Ball, Ayers, Bar-
4th Row-Left to Right-Brown, Radovich, Ayoob, McCar.
uel, Siamaieris, Lewis. Haluga, Gourley, Keriolis.
lst Row-Lei! to Right-Marshall, Parker, Costanza, LeHocy.
Arbulin, Belan, Del Greco. Beliak. Mrs. Richards.
Znd Row-Left lo Right-Morehead. Meade, Opsalnik.
Adams, Freeman, Billinqslea.
lst Row-Left to Right-Buchanan, Harlow, Rusinko, Tar-
quinio, D'Antonio, Miss Moran.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Marmura. Myers. Kimak, Ferry.
Kunzman, Kanfush, Spaziani.
3rd Row-Left io Right-Kaminiski, Parrish, Leqqe, Beniel
lst Row-Left to Right-Davies, D'Amico, Colonna. Carter
Di Pietro, Leech, Girata, Oster, Villa. Brdar, MacLane
2nd Row-Left to Right-Laskrides, Lukacln, Maroll. Iohn
son, Harvey. Hobbs, Velonis, Parnes, McCafferty, Koza
3rd Row-Left lo Right-Ball, Lang, Piotrowski, Long. Ba
rone, Mrs. McWilliams, McHenry, Fisher, Garnin, Ross
4th Row-Left to Rlqht-Stanichad, Yarosh, DeVore, Kin
Ist Row-Lett to Riqht-Meli. Lewis, Meehan, Colonna
Martin, Demrna, Oddis, Paley, Lisi, Brbutin, Ruscitti
2nd Row-Left to Right--Parhan, Forbes. Wilson, Slriba
Vincic, Bradford, Bolinger. Davis, Focht. Kotlarz, Rada
wanski, Sharatz. Peters.
3rd Row-Left to Right--Miss Bonomi, De Vecchio. Cercone
Bright, Babich. Brown, Howard, Drosites, Milinlrovich
lst Row-Left to Right-Dupkanich, Levin. Hornella, Keller
Marlro, Leqge, Wazmer. Thomas, Pinkoslzy, Parascenzo
2nd Row-Left to Right-Pinti. Smith, Vogel, Cvetichan
Britza, Hooper. Belich. Biega. Iackman. Bailey. Thornton
3rd Row-Left to Right-Fox, McLaughlin, Iesche. Myers
Moore, Yanich. Cavett.
4th Row-Left to Right-Musante, Fontana. Gold. Stamos
Karaqinis. Mr. Garinq.
lst Row-Left to Right-Flick. Iacob. Harman, Morolinl
Tierney. Salvati, Chismar, Antonini, Honatlre, Battalinl
Znd Row-Lelt to Right-Tyson, Robinson, Trobalr. Clipper
Kwolek. Milretic. Mooney. Myers. Ceccarelli. Kohar.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Miss Battles, Porter, Ptieler. Neinh
Hradil. DeSalle. Domitrovich, MacKenzie.
lst Row-Left to Right-Sliqh, Davis. Di Nardo. Belas. Mrs.
Weitzel. Winterbauer. Vukmaravich. Garafola.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Hoover. Zinarch, Guzma, Barito-
vich. Waszyn. Grossi. Lincoln.
3rd Row-Lelt to Right-Bruce. Merulli, Cirelll, Iebelrls,
Belski. Zuqay, Ross.
4th Row-Left to Right-De Ferrari, Pope.
lst Row-Lelt to Right-Eaton. Dutlrovich, Davenport. Pel-
legrini. Popovich, Koulepis, Love.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Phillips, Lichman, Fricano, Belas.
Rubino. Zvonar, Mr. Kuvinlca.
3rd Row-Lelt to Right-Maravich, Holsinqer, Barnett. 'l'illY.
Meeks, Risher, Kendriclcs.
lst Row-Lett to Right-Scabavea, Twaddle. Iohns, Dudley,
Radulovich. Cariagna, Dimitrion, Miller, Salvati.
2nd Row-Lett to Right-Meade. Koulepis, Davis, Chiec,
Harcher. Maneloveq, Lewis, Bruni, Haqes.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Miss lack, Getic, Saxon. Maravich,
Capella, David, Christini, Pantelakis.
lst Row-Left to Right--Postal, Koda, Solomon, DeVore.
Brocon, Shaflalo, Holp.
2nd Row-Left to Right--Perich, Phinizy, Como. Milanovich,
Mrs. Hoover, Zuqay, Mihalik. Hages, Bonomi.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Neit, Gerasimon, Hudson, Dettor,
4th Row-Lett to Right-Barna, Murphy, Frank.
MR. POLOVINA '
lst Row-Lett to Right-Grubyesich. Gianodis, Betha, Kazas.
Passodelis, Miracle. Burkus, Salmento, Fattore, Ermi.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Zebic, Wilson, Wilhelm, Sambol,
Yuhasz, Scott. Cavick, Smith.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Mudry, Mr. Polovina, Battalini.
lst Row-Lett to Right-Ferry, Rager, Gratson, Kostelich,
Vitale, Kontelis, Ierish. Keriotis.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Longo, Vincent, Bologna, Bur-
chardt, Allen, Hall, Puskarich, Mr. Webb.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Vidonic, Pukach, Kasonovich,
Vereen, Trombetta. A
lst Row-Lett to Right-Tarquinio, Yardic, Tatalovich,
Horak, Bakewell, Tonachella, Blackson, Evans.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Horton, Goss, Reed, Abercrombie,
Scarsellone, Mrs. Greer.
lst Row-Left to Riqht-Chrissis, Graboski, Short, Can-
ninq, D'Ant0lliO. Piekielek, Ross, Wisniewski, Kakoulas
nd Row Lett to Right Kabay Kamenski Montmi Vreen
Washington Cnvellx Belan Bulat Syremls Richards
r Row Left to Right Leqge Santra Kozlowski Loy
Athannasron Cole Miller Dougherty
th Row Left to Right Rabbit Marenkovrch Sambol
Macroglou, Metropoulas Vukovich Mr McConn1cl:
lst Row-Lett to Right--Vurdelia, Makris, Crisi, Carter.
HBYVSYI Pukach, Iones, McDaniels, Somerlade, Cartmel.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Stepanovich, Sims, D'Antonio,
Elliot, Powell, Darby, Miller, Seech, Biscan, Avolig,
3rd Row-Left to Right-Miss Shawkey, Ciccone, Williams,
Woolaway, Hurley, Morris, Fetkovich, Vukmaravich.
4th Row-Left to Right-Cino, Curran, Quay, Montini, Bur-
chett, Baker, D'I-lntonio.
5th Row-Lett to Right-Lalama, Yarosh, Andres,
lst Row-Lett to Right-Lalama, Hrelac, Evans, Hartman,
Bracci, Polumbo. Santilli, Petric.
2nd Row-Lett to Right-De Santis, Zivkovich, Barber,
Hevanchak. Pow, I-Ialuga, Graqo, Vincic, Babiak, Kirk.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Cable, Bemardi, Devaney, Frey,
Perlrey, Seery, Leo, Sweringen, Poland.
4th Row-Lett to Right-Fielding, Zemich, Miss Bontempo,
lst Row-Left to Right-Sonsino, D'Amico, Gratson, Lux,
Parascenza, Patterson, Nicastor, Maruhnick, Vogel.
2nd Row-Lett to Right-Lake, Bazmore, Dowdell, Pappas.
Huqes, Goldsmith, Mazone, Laney, Morris, Vula, Frey.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Giuiire, Kushnereit, Marlratos.
Gilberti, Murphy, Passeri, Ginand, Leheny.
4th Row-Lett to Right-Frey, Levin, Beers, Mr. White,
First Row-Left to Right-Fadool, Yezzi, La Rocco, Phillips.
Thitko, lslrovitz, Mehos, Symons, Rovnak.
Second Row-Lett to Right-Montini, Noveselac, Iasek.
Iaclrson, Abercrombie, Galixer, Huttini, Maravich, Syrko.
Third Row-Lett to Right-Vitale, Bakewell, McCandless,
Wilson, Zugay, Warryck, Brown, Ioseph, Shott, Barbaur.
Fourth Row-Lett to Right-Gourley, Mowad, Palladini.
Montini, Ciamacca, Costanza, Colonna.
First Row-Left to Right-Boro, Leo, Oddis. Yolrley, Bryant.
Mecaro, Collins, Daniels.
Second Row-Lett to Right-Dunn, Marshall, Marlresich.
Osmalr, Crai1Ck. Costanza, Tkach. Wilbou, Greene.
Third Row-Lett to Riqht-Mr. Blaney, Fox, Pixler, Bull.
Caravacci, George, Nilson.
Fourth Row-Lett to Right-Reed, Lanq. Piekielik, Tisza
lst Row-Lett to Right-Radut, Doyle. Iaclrman, Grafton
Ienlrins, Garner, Montini, Kimbrough.
2nd Row-Lett to Right-McFarland, Musulin, Fattore, Ko
vac, Bosnic, Drovich, Santilli, Kosto. Dyke, Mrs. Flem
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Slezalr, Poskosky, Ihnat. Kania
Zakrztvski, Rudich, Condelmo, Kirkwood, McKenna.
4th Row-Lett to Right-Zunich, Domlodovac, Curley, Nero
lst Row-Lett to Right-Carano, Maroll, Marovich, Volpe.
Forbes, Myers. Ball, Lucas.
2nd Row-Leit to Right-Mrs. Long, Pr.suta. Yurko, Revell.
Burket. Dimitrivich, Shomsky, Ripple, Slmmons, Wal-
3rd Row-Left to Right--Kriso, Clark, Wagner, Gray. Dera-
mo. Roscoe, Barone, Zbihley, Amorosa,
4th Row-Lett to Right-Rossi. Cowart, Kastler, Vincich,
Beqqs. Burris. Recht. Boror.
5th Row-Left to Right-Weisenmiller, Orsaf-J. Iones. Veltry,
lst Row-Lett to Right-Yelland, Revis. Myers, Deter, Mc-
Kee. Vasko, Strode. Esley.
2nd Row-Left to Right-W.lkins. TatalovIch. Young. Mili-
tich. Vuckovich. Verona. Sundy. Volrtich. Besch.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Seely, Burns, Ralich, Ayoob. Vlado-
vich. Russell. Markovich, Higgins.
4th Row-Lett to Right-Mr. Hartman, Tyson, Palombo.
Walker. Scott. Kramer.
lst Row-Left to Right-Marshall, Nolii, Scabavea, Pavlo-
vich. Radovich. Hardrlck.
2nd Row-Leit to Right-Mecaro, Proakls. Resonovich.
Pasaris, Gintner. Ionakls, Shahe".
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Pitts, Palomho, Moskola, Shannon.
Skorich. Smith. Iackson. Mr. Crawford.
lst Row-Leit to Right-Vince, Frank, Pajak, Parham. Bish.
Kotlarz. Cmkovich. Cuch.
2nd Row--Lett to Right-Hawell, Hayes, Catley, McCarthy.
Kleist. Mandity. Skorich. Cindrlch. Sturle, Guzie. Evans.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Dupkanich. Orsag. Del Guzzo. Cin-
drich. Lapcevich. McConnell. Kakiou, Ciamacca. George.
4th Row-Left to Right-French. Beckom. Tate, Sutton.
First Row-Left to Right-Fouse, Davis, Morrow, M,lano-
vich. Garner, Ristac, Turkovlch, Levien, Stamboal,
Second Row-Lett to Right-Porter, D'Ambroqi, Barnes.
Hamilton, Leprevich, Davies, Mansuetti, Tilly. Patterson,
Lucci, Crotti, Pappas.
Third Row-Lett to Right-Mancini, Duncan, Marmaduke.
Loncar. Morroco. Swogger, Felqar. Simoni, Potoczny.
Fourth Row-Left to Right-Sperduti, Tomer, Bama.
lst Row-Lett to Right-MihaLk. Tomei, Senchak, Farland.
Anderson. Baldwin, Piocquid.o, Huii, Iacob, Kemp.
2:Ad Row-Left to Right-Dicton, Pinks. Hobson, Holiday.
McNeil. Maiors. Salaya, Houston. Munro, Homyk,
Skeriotis, Glenn. Cavender.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Mr. Swarts, Chester. Mahon. Casoli.
Fesevxkemn, Davis. Ringle, Palombo, Nelson. McNeill.
Chizmar. Aqostine, Mihal.l:.
lst Row-Left to Right-Del Guzzo. Nay. Giura. Del Turco.
Gray. Pleiler. Shannon, Oldham, Poloiac, Kollch.
2nd Row-Lett to Right-Powell, Stamn, Recker. Turney.
Trkulfa, Hyre, Lantz, Kolher. Mcl-Iatlie. Boday, Kula.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Boiack. Suzich. Ball, Rodlch, Hino-
vich. Wyland. Mencanln, Radovich, Padgett, Radut,
Queener. Donaldson. Vincent, Mr. Cram.
lst Row-Left to Right-Barbato, Lasky, Prisuta, Suhan.
Tselepis. Kozlina. Dicton, Elliott, Freeman. Hreda.
2nd Row-Lelt to Right-Kovac. Kozel. Carl. Marocco, David.
Gray. Shumate. Gilbert. Bazmore, Murphy.
3rd Row-Leit to Right-Shaw. Kovacevich. Mastellino.
Facaris. Robison, Pontis. Brown. Myers, Mr. Robinson.
lst Row-Left to Right-Myers, Hobson. Rice, Misc, Bran-
don. Mozens. Gaitenaris. Taylor. Halich.
2nd Row-Lelt to Right-Ienkins. Kramer, Tibolet, Testa.
Strothers, Devaney, Shaifer. McCaliergty.
3rd Row-Left to Right-Farber. Pratchenko. Del Greco.
Krivan. Sissno, Walker, Walker.
4th Row-Left to Right-Mr. Reinish. Moore, Legge, Cory.
Mike. Brocklebank. Hussey.
lst Row-Left to Right-Cheuvront. Todd. Walker, Bridges.
Dugos. Evans. Brown. Ross, Pellegrini, Persi.
2nd Row-Left to Right-Harr. Seech. Eaton. Iohnson, Bar-
beaux. Frangkos. Suttelle, Mosley, Woods.
3rd Row-Leit to Right-Mr. Zahorchak, Nogish. Bass,
Tucker. Ingram. Shatter. Moore.
lst Row-Left to Right-Lewis, Marzovoc, Timcisko, Ric-
cone. Rivetti. Montini, Gastfriend, McGarvey, Keyser.
G1ov.er. Montlni. Sandy. Mr. Hartley.
2nd Row-Lelt to Right-Allison, Toney, Rinker, Marshall.
Ross. Smith. Maskes. Del Guzzo, Shannon, Iezzi.
35d Row-Left to Right-Reback. Steals. Bartoles, Morrisette,
Roma. Moore. Evans. Cox. Petrie. Greco. Bowden.
First Row-Left to Right-Bologna. Stuchlok. Lewis. Montini.
George. Green. Smega.
Second Row-Left to Right-Nichols. M. Thomas, Yanko.
Dashynetz. Mitchell, Ferri. I. Thomas, Fayod.
Third Row-Lett to Right-Mr. Ross. Webb, Tucker. Piroli.
Morris. Fowler. Cobb. Petitta. Eicher.
lst Row-Lelt to Right-Mascian, Skiba, Martinka. Law-
rence. Alam, Mulgrew. Campbell. Colangelo, Collins.
2nd How--Left to Right-Michaels, Robson, Ronghi, Luke-
tich. Voyvodich. Rice, Haboush, Duganich, Iones.
3rd Row-Lett to Right-Mr. Nicklas, Canning. Miltlls
Pontis. Tierney. Laughlin. Buckett. Wisniewski. Haluga
Marcocci. Elias, Borov.
Taddeo. Oros. Demich, Valiqa.
Evanko. La Gatta. Ross,
A. D. Giovine, Slezak. Smith, Hamilton.
lannini, Ribar, Manqiarelli.
Kamicker. Powell, Mr. Petty,
D. Di Giovine, Petronio.
Oqrodski. Scoumus. Calalactor.
Mavrich. Mansuetti, Mellovich,
Frank. Melobabich, Stoken,
Chabala. Short, Smith, Rogan,
Ciccone, Trombetta, Mr. Perry,
Batchelor. Maskalenko, I. Ross.
Milaniovich, Chilli, F. Serecin,
V. Serecin, Yager, Di Giovine,
A. Ross. De Luca, Iacobucci.
Mr. Brobeck, Concelli, Iapic,
Glovier. De Lisio. Turkovich,
Palumbo, Beck. Gregor. Rubeis,
Mazzocca, Yaqer, Maskalenko,
A. Ross, Cancelli, Dubic, Wright,
Mr. Brobeck, Krnyevich. Kantoush
UPPER AUTO MECHANICS
La Sala, McConnell, Vurdelia,
Prosper, Reno, Weiqle. Busak,
De Martine, Paiac, Henry, Gornick,
Myers. Resanovich, Biancucci,
Mihalik, Sudar, Grossi, Herni,
Kazas, Cassuccio, Luketich.
LOWER AUTO MECHANICS
McCrory, De Martines, Hramika,
Cangiano, Reno. Del Turco,
Baghetti. Giofre, Unis, Vurdelia,
Grubich. Mr. Beichler. Glanetti,
Crnkovich. Grassbski. Mihalik.
Babich, Brandon. Pompeani, Costanza.
Todd. Pettibon. Fouse, Saxon.
Santolla, Thomas. Smallwood. Beder,
Lainas. Susan. Merriman, Lanqas,
Mr. Britton. Trombini. Wadzita.
Petric, Stewart, Sullivan, Lovra,
Trkulia, Dzuqan, Yardic. Glenn.
Mr. Britton, Rivetti, Mrovash.
Sutherland. Glad. Iuth, Verdoni.
Barbour. Thomas. Todd.
Qne of the most popular sections of our school is the Industrial Department. A preparatory
training course for various trades, electrical construction, auto mechanics, carpentry, and machin-
ists, the course also provides academic study. Their schedules include English, history, related
mathematics, related science, and related drawing.
The boys are a highly loyal group to their school, community, and country as was evident dur-
ing the wir when the shop maintained their one hundred percent in sales of stamps and bonds. The
lndustriil Club, composed of boys from the shops, has a splendid record. They send a copy of each
issue of the school newspaper, "Quito Script," plus their own little newspaper, "The Mechanic," ex-
clusive shop news which was published monthly, to their fornier members in the armed forces. This
project has been carried over from war time and is being faithfully adhered to, while school is in
session. The boys are proud of their sports standing in the school. A fair proportion of the sports
teams consists cf shop students who usually are star performers on the football, basketball, and base-
ball teams. E
At present, the shop has received a plane, army surplus, which the auto mechanics have dis-
mantled to enable a more minute study of the various parts. They hope to receive other machinery
which will be of use to their training in the near future-a future which We hope is full of promise
for these talented young men.
Montini, Midock, Yasick. Hamilton.
Baker Smrth Demma Dascamo Cercone Casolr H Symo IS Mernman Leeper
Kamrcker Lantz Shahen Burgess I Mlhahk Pmtr E Symons Drocquxdxo Schaller
Doyle Pamter Frantz Pompeam McNre Rxvettr M Mrhalrk McIntosh
Yagercnk Turkovxch Wadzria Sushko Smallwood Sambol
Elgh th Grade
lst Row Lett to Rrqht Brown Restano Graqo Alford Bllbert
Prrest Vlldle Barson
Znd Row Lett to Rught Bodnar Salonus Fontana W1ll1BmS
Lloyd Mandrsh P1rol1 Sperdutt Mrs Iohnston
lones Canqrarxo Walker
lst Row Left to R1qht Adams Shave Oster Kosonovrch Mc
Cafferty jozsa Martm Braclrr: D1 Cosmo
nd How Left to Rnght Rauqhi Scabavea Akms Tselep1s Del
Turco Fayad Bernola Gula Koza
r Row Left to Rnght G oert Mrs Brechler Zublay Shoe
macher Mrhahcm Sambol l-hber Perdr
lst Row Left to Rrqht Lalamo Byrd Sperdutr Grossr Dawlcms
R1z7o Harvey McNerll Meade Cardrnan
Znd Row Left to Rlqht Kennedy Dukovrch Honchak loseph
Baras Avdellas Toney Scarazzo Stern Srmth
Buccl DOttav1o lones Powell
Frrst Row Lett to Rught Grles M1lls Kohler Krrvan Ross
Perqhtal G1lbert M1ked1s
Znd Row Left to Rlqht Fmk Strather Byers Beck Karas Prcone
San rs McNe1ll Raycevrch Mrs Palazzr
3rd Row Left to Rrqht Gulley Maravrch Getxc Dulnach Mascla
Carlmalls Harlow Zambory Manasterslcr
3rd Row-Left to Riqht-Polombo, Green, Stewart, Venarxzi, Miller, 3rd Row--Lett to Right-Santilli, Smith, Palmer, Voletich, Petrie,
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he following section of our yearbook is set
e tor the different organizations of our school
o the extra curricular activities carried cn by
bers of the student body
0 H ed to bring to light some oi their hidden talents
They also have an opportunity to do the things
they have always wanted to do Many of these
activities are the sires for the development ot new
11'1t91'SSlS and also have served as the foundation
for the hte work ot sorne these pupils long after
they have left school
A certain time each day is reserved tor these
activities During tl'1s tune the clubs are permitted
to hold meetings perlorrn some of their duties and
talk to other students with the same inte ests
In spite of the heavy schedules some of these
students are carrying they still find time to pour
their work 1nto other things This is ot great value
to the student for in this way he learns to budget
his time One 1S surprised at the extent to wh1cl'
some of these activites and organizations are car
ried This section will give you an idea ot the
thlngs accomplished by some of these groups
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
SPONSOR .... MISS FRANK
President ..... Ann Costanza
Vice President Mary Stepanovich
Secretary . . Angeline Vitale
Treasurer . . . . Zenith Tarquinio
President . . . . Patricia Hornstein
Vice President . . Angeline Vitale
Secretary . . Nancy Radanovich
Treasurer ..... Zenith Tarquinio
The National Honor Society has long been an
inspiration and a goal for the students of Aliquippa
Twice a year new members are inducted into
full membership. The ceremony is extremely impres-
sive and causes much anticipation among the student
body. To be eligible for membership in the society
one must fulfill the qualifications in character, scholar-
ship, leadership, and service.
Both active and graduate members of the so-
ciety are engaged in raising ten thousand dollars for
a scholarship fund. The scholarship will be awarded
once a year to a student who has completed at least
one year in an institution of higher learning.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row-Braun, Rowley, Martin, Constanza,
Pappas, Z. Tarquinio, Krosney, Aqresti.
Second Row-Trombulak, Radanovich, Mooney,
Stepanovich, Hornstein, Munn, Leeper, Vitale,
Sperduti, E. Tarquinio.
Third Row-Miss Frank, Meeks, Sharps, Lucas,
Skorich, Faber, Iapic, La Gatta.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC LEADERS CLUB
SPONSOR . . MRS. CARVER
CO-SPONSOR . MISS CUNNINGHAM
President . . . Nancy Radanovich
Vice President Patricia Hornstein
Secretary . . . . Anne Reft
Corresponding Secretary . Betty Lesko
Treasurer . . . Lillian Kramerich
Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Barbara Dukovich
About forty girls make up Aliquippa High's
Girls' Athletics Leaders' Club-more farniliarly
known as just Leaders' Club. Its program consists of
sports and activities of all kinds.
FirstFirst Row-Koza, Morocco, Dubrowa, Koda
Early in the fall, the members of the club cimbed
aboard a wagon filled with hay and went for a won-
derful hay ride. Next on the agenda was the Lead-
ers' Club Formal. Here was an opportunity for the
girls to invite the fellows out for an evening. The
club's formal initiation was extremely impressive.
Wearing spotlessly white gym suits, the new initiates
solemnly took the Leaders' Club pledge. In january
the girls dug out their bathing suits and Went to the
Sewickley "Y" where they spent an enjoyable eve-
ning. Annually, early in May ten girls from each
school in the valley are invited to come and play
with our Leaders' Club. The idea is to play with,
rather than against, girls from other towns. This is
the project the girls are busily working on as we go
All in all, we have a well-rounded girls' sports
program in our high school. Our gym teachers work
hard, and the girls do appreciate them and their
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Second Row-Atkinson, Baljak, M. Montini, David,
Lesko, P. Montini, I-lonatke, Chabala. Q A
Third Row-Di Pietro, I. Mihalik, Arbutin, Tomko, 5 3 , ,W
H. Mihalik, Salaya, Kocher, Radanovich, , Q Q ,Q
Ceccarelli. 5- ,N f " Y N '
Fourth Row-Resanovich, Kramerich, Dutkovich, , - ,, 'V , L' y L Q
Stepanovich, Reft, Stasko, Carl, Hornstein. ' T ' ' t - X, Y. Y
First Row-Twaddle, Skeriotis, Krosney, Biechler
Popovich, Iohnston, A. Harvey, I. Harvey
Phillips, Rowley, Buchanan, jones.
Second Row-Scabavea, Baker, Pinti, Y. Vincic,
Martin, E. Vincic, Parnes, Velonis, Aliskovitz,
Getic, Growall, Brown, D'Ottavio.
Third Row-Mr. Swarts, Kirk, Poland, Risher,
Kusic, Gerasimon, Munn, Long, Hurley,
Fourth Row-Lewis, DeVore, Quay, Cummings,
Not Pictured-Davey, Houck, Curley, Ball.
SPONSOR . . DONALD E. SWARTS
President . Bill Lewis
Vice President . Don Poland
Secretary . Martha Braun
Treasurer Naomi Ayers
Entertainment for the student body is the main
objective of the ninety members of the Dramatics
Club. Each member has some connection with the
production of the plays whether acting or helpinq
with costumes, stage, or direction. lt is known that
the unseen helpers are just as important as the stars.
Elevn one-act plays were produced and three Pulitz-
er Prize plays, "Our Town," "Abe Lincoln in lllinois,"
and the comedy, "You Can't Take It With You." In
order to gain experience and witness professional
acting, small groups attended plays at the Nixon
SPONSOR . . . MISS WEBER
President . . . Patricia Hornstein
Vice President . Carol Aliskovitz
Secretary . . . Dorothy Kocher
Treasurer Pl'1ylliS BuChar1ar1
First Row-Pappas, Berbel, Tierney, Hendricks
S. Campbell, Buchanan, Braun, Biechler
Lervis, Davenport, Laskarides, Sussman.
Second Row-Mrs. Kirk, Bradford, Hodges, Row
ley, Krosney, Gerasimon, Harris, Kocher
Velonis, Colonna, Smith, Ball, Miss Weber
Third Row-Mcllvain, Burns, Simmons, Koefler,
Cleveland, Chabala, D. Campbell, Carl, Alis
kovitz, Petty, Lukacin.
Fourth Row-Hall, Vogel, Growall, Bentel, Brtney,
Meehan, Hornstein, Peters, Fisher, Tomich.
First Row-Richards, Brown, Poland, Kirk, Baker
Ross, Recht, Burchett.
Second Row-Robertson, Gourley, Cercone, Vig
novich, Lucas, Lewis, I. Brown, Davey, Lang
Third Row-Hamilton, Kriss, Weimer, Carey,
Harris, Curley, Owens, Kaufman, Anderson
Fourth Row-Mr. Nicklas, Marmaduke, Sharps
Zebic, Smith, DeVore, Curran, Ceccerelli
Kunzman, Mr. Adams.
Fifth Row-McCanuel, Horick, Nelson, Thornton
The Y-Teens, who have about ninety members,
have been quite busy geuigig acquiinted. They en-
tertained their parents by holding their annual Ma,
Pa, Me Banquet. They also held an education meet-
ing which proved to be interesting, and the meme
bers learned about dolls from other countries. To
highlight and conclude the ye'r, they presented
their annual formal, "The Larnplighters Ball."
ALIQUIPPA SENIOR HI-Y
SPONSOR . . MR, ADAMS
CO-SPONSOR .... MR. NICKLAS
. First Semester
President ..... Bob Vignovich
Vice President . Dave Gourley
SeCf9ffil'Y - . Bill Lewis
Treasurer . . lim Andefsgn
Sergeant-at-Arms Sam Carey
Chaplain ..... Charles Lucas
President ..... Dave Gourley
Vice President , Dave Houck
SGCFGTGYY - . Torn Richards
Treasurer . . George Kaufman
Sergeant-at-Arms . ' Alphonse Lang
Chaplain . . Bill Marmaduke
The Hi-Y boys are known for the splendid job of
ushering at all the stidium events, games, and social
activities. These boys are aclive in sports and have
their own basketball and btseball teams. Two events
which they look forward to are the Member and
Girlfriend Banquet and annual Father and Son Din-
ner. The Hi-Y deserves sneci l commendation for its
decoration throughout the sclzool at Christmas tirne.
Vice President .
Vice President .
Secretary . .
. Ianet Mihalik
. Mildred Crevar
. Mary Berbel
. Ann Baljak
Antoinette Di Nardo
. Gladys Klisic
. Anne Tomko
. Irene Petrisko
The Tri-Hi-Y Club is the companion organization
to the Hi-Y Club. The "Tri" in the name is significant
of tries of important factors, around which the club is
built. The club stands for the all around development
of its members: "Spirit, Mind and Body" and serves
the three main Training Agencies: "Home, Church
and School." It has for its statement of principles:
Objective: "To Seek, To Find, To Share."
Slogan: "Pure Thoughts, Pure Words, Pure Ac-
Platform: "Self-Improvement, Christian Fellow-
ship, United Service."
The Club Colors of Red, White and Blue express
"Sacrifice, Purity and Loyalty" and are exemplified
in the Triangle, Torch and Circle.
I First Row-D'Ottavio, Dinardo, Petrisko, Theodo-
rou, Hendricks, Pukach, Berbel, D'Ambrogi,
Second Row-Miss Bontempo, Honatke, Mcllvain,
Stamm, Swan, Harris, Farber, Stepanovich,
Seech, H. Goldsmith, Crevar, Mihalik, Miss
Third Row-Zinaich, Ruscitti, Winterbaner, Specht,
Swan, Tomko, Kofler, Salaja, Belan, Christini,
- Dinardo, Markesich.
Fourth Row-Costanza, Gerasimon, Mattia, Marko,
Kovac, Crnkovich, Hughes, Hunt, Kusic, P.
Goldsmith, Miller, Mahiood.
Fifth Row-Montini, Hramika, Katchur, Leechman,
Organjza ti ons
M. A. TRI-HI-Y
First Row-Marshall, Miller, Kimbrough, Tyson.
Meyers, Evans, Forbes, Meade.
Second Row--Love, Wilson, Butler, Bouknight,
Darby, Lincoln, Powell, Miss Bonomi.
MARION ANDERSON TRI-HI-Y
SPONSOR . . ' . MISS BONOMI
President . . . Ioyce Butler
Vice President . . . . Marie Miller
Secretary . Mary Lou Evans
Financial Secretary Martha Blackson
Sergeant-at-Arms Mildred Thornton
Chaplain . . . . Edith Kimbrough
Treasurer . . . . . Ioan Bonknight
President . . . , . . Marie Miller
Vice President Edith Kimbrough
Secretary . . Martha Blackson
Financial Secretary . . Dolores Forbes
Treasurer . . . Mildred Thornton
Sergeant-at-Arms . Wilhelmenia Vreen
Chaplain . , , . Bernice Meade
The twenty-two members of the Marion Anderson
Tri-Hi-Y spread their greetings to the school by deco-
rating the bulletin board in room 29. They sent out
scrap books to the crippled children. On their social
calender was a spaghetti dinner, a Christmas Party,
and a, social for the initiation of new members.
Band is a curricular subject in which a grade and
credit are given. Awards are given for work done by
the band outside of school. It consists of seventy
members who play tor all football and home league
basketball games. They participate in community and
county programs. Everyone looks forward to the band
concert which varies its program in music, featuring
classics, marches and popular music. Several mem-
bers were selected from the band to take part in con-
certs and festivals in other towns in Beaver Valley.
D-Flat Piccolo B-I-'lat Cornet:
First row-Sussman, Feraccio, Rowley, Hussey, Facaris.
Second row-Caravacci, Marbich, Celich, Laskarides, Mr. Bennett,
DIRECTOR ....... MR. BENNETT
The String Ensemble, a group of students outstanding in
musical ability, is under the direction ot Mr. Bennett. They have
furnished the background for many school activities. In the past
year they have played for the National Honor Induction and
have appeared on many community programs.
E-Flat Alto Clarinet
Di Vecchio, Dominic
Frohm, Mary Ann
Davies, Shirley Mae
De Ferrari, Ioseph
Lloyd, Sarah lane
Parker, Donna lean
Busak, Bernard Tympant
Hudson, Matthew Lalama, Tony
E-Flat Baritone Saxophone
Opsatnik, Richard Baum Twmn'
E'Flat Alto Horns
Ritchie, Anna Belle
-1-mmbone, Tarquinio, Lena
Coblel Lee Wickham, Betty
Colonna, Vincent Band Minas.,
Fowler' Kennelh Delissio, Charles
Montini, Ieldo Student Director
SPONSOR . .
The Bach Choir has rendered its services for many
important occasions. Among these are the Christmas
program, the operetta, and the Spring Concert. They
are not to be forgotten for their participation in the
Ianuary Commencement program and the May Bac-
calaureate. Members are selected from the group to
First Row-Fouse, Oldham, Recker, Krosney, Os-
ter, Velonis, Setters, I. Harvey, Davenport,
Second Row-Focht, Burkett, Popovich, Pinti, A
Harvey, Parnes, McKee, Bentel, Dudley, Row-
ley, Miss Weber.
Third Row-Cox, Buclous, Bowden, Specht, Tom
ich, Biega, Hornstein, Martin, Meade, Poland
Fourth Row-McKenna, Davey, Lewis, Nelson
Ringle, Mahon, Lucas, Walker, Gilbert.
Fifth Row-Davis, Smith, Gold, Myers.
Organiza tj ons
First Row-Keyser, Laski, Prisuta, Dmitrion,
lohns, Marchionda, Piroli, Theodorau, Fer-
racio, Witko, Mrs. McWilliams, Meade, Glo-
vier, McGarvey, Ralich, Iones, Biechler, Tar-
quinio, Meade, Yezzi, Anderson, Hurda.
Second Row-Oehler, Ashton, Iacob, King, Bat-
talini, Iohnson, Montini, Baghetti, Harmon,
Laskarides, Villa, Campbell, Kovac, Dupkan-
ich, Levin, Thomas, Deeder, Seech, Myle,
Third Row-Davies, Baldwin, Boos, Miller, Roth,
Christini, Tsounis, Byrd, Nolfi, Shaffalo, Cas
oli, Bruni, Bulat, Santilli, Como, Kramer, Rice
Fourth Row-Lukacin, Vukovich, Vogel, Hodges
Bradford, Markesich, Buchanan, Maiden
Schiedel, Irvin, DeSalle, Sundy, Turney
Recker, Garner, Chabala, Ondovchik, Holp
Myers, Growall, Fisher.
Fifth Row-Thornton, Kimbrough, Pearson, Dora
zio, Wisneiski, Morall, Abercrombie, Black
son, Kontelis, Bryant, Myers, Kakoulas, Mc-
MISS MARY WEBER
represent the school in the Mid-Western Pennsyl-
vania State Musical Association Chorus and the ln-
and-About Chorus of Pittsburgh. The choir is a mixed
group with a letter award after a membership of two
Although the chorus held its own musical broad-
cast program to entertain the students, their services
are often given in the participation of school programs
and activities. At Christmas time the girls took part in
broadcasting Christmas carols from a downtown
. MARIE MILLER
store. They also sang for the New Sheffield Fathers'
Night and at a program for the Beaver County Blind
Association. Their willingness to work and practice
proves their interest in music.
Vice President . .
Treasurer . Athe
First Row-Mikadis, M. Montini, Stamm, Iozsa
Geresimon, Krosney, Sussman, Greco, Grat-
son, Ruby, Franqkos.
Second Row--Resonavich, Moskes, Mitchell,
Parnes, Petty, Fisher, Smith, Leeper, Mrs.
First Row--Kwolek, Greco, Mascian, Eaton, Camp
bell, Fricano, Honatke, Porter, Sussman, Flick
Harmon, Sharatz, Sambol.
Second Row--Greco, V. Babiak, Harris, Dudley,
Goldsmith, 'McI1vain, Farber, Wilson, Camp
bell, Hyre, Colonno, Belas, Pazey.
Third Row-Davies, Carey, Anderson, Lasky,
Twaddle, Bentel, Symons, Roth, McCafferty,
Babiak, Barnes, Dally. -
Fourth Row-Faber, K a u f m a n, Marmaduke,
Brown, Hamilton, Lucas, Hecht, Sharps
Thornton, Nelson, Morris.
Top-Houck, Mr. Tatalovich, Miss Battles, Gehr-
ing, Vignovich. .
SPONSOR. . ' . . . M
President P .- . ' . .
Vice President . '
Secretary . Q .
Assistant 'Secretary .
Treasurer . .
- Second Semester
Vice President .
Secretary . . .
Assistant Secretary .
Treasurer . . .
Assistant Treasurer .
Sergeant-at-Arms . .
The main purpose of the Iunior Red Cross is to
help the needy. The club carried its responsibility
very well by filling boxes of educational and health
supplies for shipment overseas to countries in need of
them. Besides doing this, they sent boxes filled with
goodies, decks of cards, and ashtrays to the two vet-
erans' hospitals at Butler and Aspinwall. Throughout
the year during the holidays various tray favors were
mide. Anne Barone, who was head of this Work, did
a very good job.
The Bed Cross is sending two correspondence
albums to Australia and South Africa. Illustrations for
these books were taken care of by Teddy Zajac. These
committee members were at all times sufficiently aid-
ed in their duties by all the other various clubs of
JUNIOR BOOSTERS '
. . MR. TATOLOVICH
. Ioe Faber
The Iunior Boosters gave their service by helping
the lunior Bed Cross fill overseas boxes and valen-
tines tor hcspitals. They were rewarded with a minia-
ture majorette from the band for selling concert
tickets and soliciting the most band' pledges. A Me-
morial Assembly was sponsored and the main event
of the yearwas the presentation of the picture of Alex
Venable to the school to be hung next to the honor
roll in the main hall. Along With all their Work and ser-
vice the social event which highlighted the year was
the annual Christmas Party at Bailey's Chicken House
with the cross-country boys as honored guests.
QUIPPIAN COMMITTEE y
SPONSOR . MR. HARTMAN
During the second semester of last year home-
room representatives got together to start working
on the yearbook ot "47". Having once met they chose
the editors tor the various positions toward the end
of the year. During the summer, monthly meetings
were held at the B. F. lones Memorial Library to plan
the yearbook. After the plans were made the job of
CO-SPON SOR MRS. MARSDEN
carrying them out was to be done. This was begun as
soon as school resumed in the tall. This was a great
task since everything had to be done accurately and
all copy had to be checked and rechecked until per-
fect. Thus the Quippian Committee did their service
to the school and senior class.
First Row-Athanassion, Munn, Leeper, Faber,
Costanza, E. Tarquinio, Stepanovich, Rada-
novich, Z. Tarquinio, Dukovich, Lucas.
Second Row-Sussman, Kocher, Petty, Di Nello,
Trombetta, Vitale, Pappas, Theodorou, Tilly,
Mr. Hartman. '
6 Third Row-Mrs, Marsden, Richards, Wilson,
Cummings, Robertson, Thornton, Houck, Vig-
novich, Mr. Zahorchak.
t QUIP scmvr 4 '
First Row-Meade, Petrisko, Theodorou, Koulepis,
Q Skeriotis, Campbell, Pellegrini, I. Tarquinio,
Second Row-Butler, D'Ottavio, Braun, Phillips.
Como, Morris, Z. Tarquinio, Ayoob, Miss
Third Row-Miss Adams, Pappas, De Martines,
Lecce, Cerelli, Dragovich, Costanza, Focht,
Kusic, Saxon, Biega.
Fourth Row-Maneloveg, Vitale, Peters.
OFFICERS Club Editor . . . . Gilda Como Business Manager . Walter Kaminski
. Boys' Sports Editor . . Robert Wallace News Editor . . Louise De Martines
FIRST SEMESTER Girls' Sports Editor . . Sharlene Morris Feature Editor . . Catherine Pappas
Editor-in-Chief . . . Angeline Vitale Art. Editor . . . . . Gladys Kusic Club Editor . . . . Joyce Peters
Co-Editor .... Zenith Tarquinio Assistant Art Editor . . . Louis Rivetti Boys' Sports Editor . Robert Wallace
Business Manager . . . Ann Costanza SECOND SEMESTER . Girls' Sports Editor , Shar-lene Morris
News Editor . . . Louise DeMartines Editor-in-Chief . . Angeline Vitale Art Editor . . . Gladys Kusic
Feature Editor . . Catherine Pappas Co-Editor .... Zenith Tarquinio Assistant Art Editor . . . Louis Rivetti
SPONSOR MISS BONOMI First Place AwardeQuill and Scroll Association-
' September, 1946.
CO-SPONSOR I . H MISS ADAMS 1 First Place Award - First Semester - National
A The Quip Script, which has about forty members
on its staff, is the keyhole ot the high school. Being
published every two weeks, it furnishes the school
news and gossip.
However, our paper is not without recognition. It
has won the following awards in competitive contests:
Scholastic Press Associationelanuary, 1947.
Second Place Award-Pennsylvania School Press
Association-October, 1946. .
Second Class Award-National Scholastic Press
Association-lune, 1946. -
Second Place Award-Columbia Scholastic Press
Banner Award-Westminster Press Award-May,
SPONSQH . , MB. HARTMAN
President . . Margaret Trombulak
Vice President Shirley Sussman
Secretary-Treasurer Mary Grace Munn
President . . . . Ray Kunzman
Vice President . lack Kriss
Secretary'Treasurer Melvin Meade
F. B. I.
SPONSOR . MISS MOBAN
President . . . Dorothy Maravich
Vice President . Patty Hughes
Secretary . Elaine lackson
The members meet after school once a week in
the chemistry laboratory. The main object of the club
is to perform experiments or laboratory exercises
which are done by the members or certain individ-
uals. Some ot the more outstanding experiments were
the "glass blowing and bending" demonstration, the
"cold light" demonstration and the Thermit reaction
as used in welding and incendiary bombs.
The highlight ot the year was the field trip to the
I. cSt L. Aliquippa Works in early December. This in-
cluded visiting and touring the north end of the mill,
the welded tube mill and the physical testing labora-
tory. lt was an interesting trip and was enjoyed by
all, especially the girls who had never been in a steel
First Row-B. Meade, Farelli, Biechler, Harvey,
Pappas, Velonis, Sussman.
Second Row-Trombulak, Sperduti, Parnes, Bar-
rone, Petty, Munn, Leeper, Laskarides.
Third Row--Mr. Hartman, M. Meade, Kunzman,
F. B. I.
First Row-Maravich, Yelland, Meyers, Volpe,
Second Bow-Domitrovich, Prisuta, Iackson,
, Maravich, Yurko, Miss Moran.
The F. B. I. Club was organized last year at the
request of the ninth grade students who were not eli-
gible to join high school clubs. The club provided a
means tor the freshmen to have group activities
among themselves. The activities, which were
planned by the members, included a roller skating
party, a buttet luncheon and a hike. The letters F. B. I.
mean-For Better Interests.
SPONSOR MR. SMITH
President . . . . Shirley Sussman
Vice President . Ramona Leeper
Secretary-Treasurer Zenith Tarquinio
President . . . . Shirley Sussman
Vice President . William Gornick
Secretary-Treasurer Elvira Tarquinio
First Row-Weigle, Gornick, La Sala.
Second Row-Mr. Smith, Sussman, E. Tarquinio,
Vitale, Munn, Leeper, Petty, Z. Tarquimo.
ALPHA BETA KAPPA
First Row-Pappas, Maravich, Evans, Harman,
Berbel, Farelli, Sussman, Prosser, Campbell,
Second Row-Mrs. Kirk, Mcllvain, Burns, Chabala,
Cleveland, Kangja, Beland, Laskarides, Velo-
nis, Lewis, Babiak.
Third Row-Demitrovich, Prisuta, Barber, Revell,
Greco, Thomas, Radanovich, Parnes, Tomich.
Fourth Row-E. Vincic, Skoog, Growall, Briney.
Lewis, Maneloveg, Aliskovitz.
Fifth Row-Munn, Chiec, Sharps, Peters, Y. Vin-
We find that the Iunior Historians are still com-
piling information on men and women who gave their
lives in the service of their country.
Szme of the members are looking forward to par-
ticipating in the annual spring conference held in
Pittsburgh which is attended by delegates from the
Pennsylvania Federation of Iunior Historians in West-
The club was granted its charter in 1943 and was
first known as the War History Club, but since the
war the name was changed to the Aliguippa Iunior
ALPHA BETA CLUB
SPONSOR . . . MRS. MARSDEN
CO-SPONSOR .... MRS. LONG
President . .... Catherine Pappas
Vice President . Nancy Radanovich
Secretary . . . Betty Tomich
Treasurer . . Elaine Vincic
Program Chairman .... Mary Berbel
Social Chairman .... Pauline Montini
President . .... Mildred Briney
Vice President .... Shirley Sussman
Secretary . Rebina Mcllvain
Treasurer . . I oyce Peters
The main objective of the club is to help students
and teachers in finding books and reference informa-
tion. This year, to celebrate the annual Book Week,
the junior librarians had a tea for the teachers, Several
socials were held to help raise money to donate sub-
scriptions of popular magazines to our library.
SPONSORS MRS. FLEMING, MR. LADISH, MR.
GLASS, MB. NELSON- The boys on the hill got together to acquaint them-
Vice President .
Francis La Sala
. Lou lannini
Francis La Sala
selves with the trades ot the others and formed. the
Industrial Club. Along with their special events of
visiting the Westinghouse Electric Company, a swim-
ming party, several socials, they also send the Ouip
Script regularly to all the industrial boys in the ser-
vice. Every month they send out a list of military
addresses to all the industrial HG. l.'s."
First Bow-F, Palombo, D. Glovier, N. Palombo,
B. G-lovier, P. Shahen, Demich, Marrich, De
Luca, La Gatta, Wieqle.
Second RoWfCasoli, lacobucci, I. Shahen, lapic,
Santolla, I. Boss, La Sala, Turkovich, Oros,
Third Row--Batchelor, Valiga, Kazas, A. Boss,
Metropoulas, Kantoush, Iackman, Mazocca,
Fourth Row-Powell, Evanko, Hurni, A. Di Gio-
vine, Gornik, Midcck, Mangiarelli, Petronio.
Fifth Bow-Mr. Ladish, Mr, Glass, Kostantinos,
Montini, Yager, Ianinni, D. Di Giovine, Ka-
micker, Mrs. Fleming, Mr. Nelson.
V. C. A. C.
First Row-D. Glovier, Ciccone, Serecin, La Sala,
B. Glovier, N. Palombo, Chilli, Beck.
Second Row-T. Polombo, Di Giovine, Cancelli,
Gornik, Kazas, lapic, Sudak, Mr. Brobeck.
Third Row-Metropoulas, Yager, Hurni.
V. C. A. C.
SPONSOR . -MR. BROBECK
President Ed Yagar
The V. C. A. C. is a worthy service club of the
vocational boys. The object ot the club is to raise
money to help any vocational boy who goes to col-
lege. The means by which the money is raised is by
selling pins, candy, and other refreshments at the
hcme basketball games.
First Br.. sinkc, Ternh, Brewn, Carngrliell
S" rin . -lgaels, Mascian.
Seccnd R32-J-Bruce, De Vere, Sandy, H. Tapcl
sxi, Carl, Tapelzki, McGarvey.
Third -Drcsiis, Terrier, Vtfalker, Mr. Davis.
SPONSOR MB. DAVIS The
OFFICERS year they
President . Helen Tepelski make the
Vice President Ramona Sandy enhanced
Secretary-Treasurer . Marian Carl
Artemic Club is ccmp sed et int rested
trern Mr. Davis 'rt classes Threuqheut the
have been called teen very t equently te
celertul posters and pr qrarns that have
th v rieus S heel activities presented
Q UIPPIAN STAFF
Gust Athanassian, Pheteqraphyp Ann Cestanza, Assistant
Dukevich, COpY: Gertrude Faber, Girls' Sports: Ramona Leeper
Lucas, Boys' Spertsg Felix Manqiarelli, Arty Mary Grace Munn
ness Manager: Nancy Radanevich, Classesg Mary Stepanevich
aqery Zenith Tarquinie, Featuresg Elvira Tarquinie, EditcrfinfChi
Editor Barb ra
Business M n
Allqulppa Hrgh School makes a COHSCIOUS ef
fort towards tl'e betterment of 1ts puprl s health In
keepmg w1th th1s pohcy the students are actlve
rt1c1pants 1n all sports hrghly advocated by the
fQ tructors Boys and grrls are urged to enter 1nto
mpet1t1ve games where they not only IGCGIVG
the much needed exerctse necessary for growmg
youth but learn good sportsmansh1p as well In
the requued gym classes they are taught the
fundamentals of d1fferent games tl'-en rf they are 1n
terested they can 1o1n teams whmclr meet and prac
t1ce after school untll they are ready to make thexr
appearance 1n 1I'1lGISCl'1OldSl1C games before the
Our school teams have rece1ved much recog
n1t1on 1n the Valley and the 1nstructors are proud to
have turned out champmons 1n every fleld of sports
You W1ll read accounts of the preceedmg sea
son s games m the followmg sect1ons
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IANNINI CARRIES BALL FOR GAIN
The Stddlum on the h1ll saw no defeats th1s past
season Al1qu1ppa wcn f1VS and t1ed one at the local
arena In the away games the QU1pS had a 500 aver
age w1nn11'1g two and lcsmg two Th1s was an excel
lent record Coach As hrnan molded a husthng team
Wlfh a staff of backf1eld st rs such as lann1n1 Dercole
URAM WEBB BLA NEY BROBECK
Cable Halhsey Thornton Lovra and Brown On the
l1ne were Kunzman Skonch Costanza Fontana Klo
The Qmps started off the season Wlfh a vlctory
over Dubo1s 26 0 Ex vet Halhsey led the team to v1c
tory w1th two touchdowns Dercole ran Wlfd aga1nst
Central Cathohc and scored three touchdowns as the
QUIDS won 21 0 Butler was another vlctory for the
Qmps lann1n1 Dercole and Halhsey all scored for
the local gr1dders 1n the 21 6 w1n Schenley was the
last warm up game and A11QU1pp1S fourth W1n
1ann1n1 smashed tlae Schenley l1ne 1nto subm1ss1on
scormg three touchdowns rrght through center The
f1na1 score 330 Rochester handed the Quxps thelr
f1rst defeat 21 7 Kosanov1ch scored the QUIDS lone
tallv by stealmg the ball Ambudge handed the
QUIDS the1r second defeat 1n the year s annual down
pour Cerelh and Iann1n1 scored two safet1es by get
t1ng Bezuk 1n back of the goal l1ne The flnal score
was 18 4 Dercole raced 76 yards for the fmal touch
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SHO W GRIDIR ON MIGHT!
down against Ellwood City in the 13-7 victory for the
Quips. Cable to Dercole scored the first touchdown
against the Tigers from Beaver Falls in the 12-6 win
for Aliquippa. The score between the Quips and New
Castle was tied, 7-7. Cerelli and Gribble scored touch-
downs in the only tie game of the season for the
Quips. This ended the league play for the Quips.
ELWOOD CITY-Iannini off tackle.
SCHENLEY-Iannini through center of line.
The Hubbard team was the Quips' final game and
the victory was an excellent way to finish the season.
The game ended 18-6.
The final statistics showed that the Quips scored
162 points to 71 for the opponents. lannini and Der-
cole were the Quips' high scorers with 60 and 54
AMBRIDGE-Bombiani around end.
ELWOOD CITY-Thornton carries ball.
Nick Karas "Clown" Neish Ioe Ceravolo Rudy Kosanovich "Sti1ts" Cable
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11 Arnbridqe , 4
3 Beaver 4 . .
4 Midland . . .
12 Monaca . . .
4 Rochester . ,
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5 Beaver .,,.
"It'l a hh!" . . . Coravolo qeu another bale hit.
Monaca . . .
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Mt. Lebanon ,....
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"Dark" lcon: aqai
Lou Ianmm Whxtey MIBZQOWIZ Yako Zuqay Steve Cehch Derk Dercole Lou Vrlla
Coach L1ppe brlnqs home another W P I A L
baseball champ1:nnsh1p The team went undefeated
for hfteen stra1qht games
The tlrst strmq 1I'1119ld pos1t1ons Went to D rcole
of th1rd Ne1sh at se ond Ceravolo at shortstop and
I nn1n1 at hrst The outtrelders cons1sted of Karas
Cable Zuqay and V11la Zuqay also starred on the
p1t her s mound w1th Kosanomch Cable and Stamos
Mrazq W1CZ and Cel1ch started behmd the plate w1th
Ianmm cominq in from first to catch also
Ceravolo scores next against Charleroi.
Kosanov1ch won the frrst game aqamst Leetsdale
14 1 and next Ambndqe was treated to an ll 1 de
feat K ras Kosanovlch and Ianmm slammed out a
home run ap1ece Beaver furmshed the Red and Black
1lS f1rst tough oppos1t1on but the QUIDS chalked up
a 3 2 V1ClOI'Y M1dland was no pushover The Qutps
had to Work hard for the1r 4 3 w1n Monaca Went down
eas1ly under the bats of the QUIDS 121 The hrst
shutout went to Kosanovlch 1n the vlctory over Ro
chester, 4-0. The second half of the league race start-
Zuqay scores in W. P I A L Final
F1rstRow Mtazgowlcz Kosanowch Dercole lanmm Cable Nexsh Ceravolo Zugay Karas
Second Row Coach Lxppe Palombo Maly Slmko Evanko Stamos Celtch Vxlla La Gatta Wallace
Th1rd Row Mgrs Morrxs Sudar McConnell Rabb1t
ed wrth the QUIDS defeatmg Ambrldge 24 4 Cable
Won over Beaver 5 2 and then came a close dec1s1on
over Monaca 2 l Lombardo gave up flfteen runs to
the QUIDS the game ended 1n a 152 v1ctory over
Rochester Dercole slammed out a home run 1n the
ll 3 vlctory over Mldland Thls clmched the sectlon
champlonshlp and made Al1qu1ppa ellglble for the
W P I A L playoffs The f1rst playoff game was
the seventh mntng 6 5 Zugay was accred1ted w1th
the Wm Tarentum was next to fall under the heel of
the Qulps 3 0 The th1rd playoff v1ctory was over the
Blue Devlls of Mt Lebanon lt was tough to w1n
but the QUIQS came out on top 9 8 Charlero1 was the
fmal playoff game and the 4 2 vlctory gave Alxqutppa
Ftnal statlstlcs show that Zugay Won seven out of
the flfteen games to turn ln the b st average of the
pxtchers Dercole and Netsh lead the te m sluggers
wlth twenty h1ts ap1ece and Cable was next W1th
Ameucan Leglon went to the State Fmals where they
lost to Coplay They had a very successful year Wm
mng the western t1tle Ioe Zugay won the honor of
bemg named on the AllUn1ted States School Boy
with Ellwood City. Aliquippa won it with two runs in During the summer this same team, under the
1 ftfy W' i
Mr Llppe s buslceteers had a very successful sea
son thrs last year They won twenty one and lost only
four game two of thern to Sharon one to the Alumnr
and last to Duquesne rn the W P l A L olay off
Ioe Ceravolo and Lloyd Strlts Cable were co
captarns and therr exoellent offense and defense
work brought many laurels to the Qulps Supported
by the stellar guards Zugay and Dobo and the able
Iohn Sudar at center the team went to town ak
mg Sectron Ill and Beaver County champ1onsh1ps
F1rstFtow Zugay Cabe Cerwolo Dolo
econd Bow Woods Zermth Tomeo Kfndrruc Fusco
Thlrd Bow Mgrs Babbn Sull1van Mr xlsbn Mr Crawford Coach Lrppe Srmko Head Man
aoer Horns Manager
Fourth Row Mgrs McConnell Moskola
CO ACH LIPPE
Pre Season Games
Sechon III Le
W P I A L Playoffs
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SECTICDN THREE AND
Ceravolo scores against Arnold.
Ford City boy fouls Cable.
All eyes on the ball . . . Fusco gets free toss.
Dobo nets one against the "Dukes"
Zernich is fouled in mid-air by New Castle.
Zugay makes it 28-19 against the "Tigers" of B. F. H. S.
Chow time after a victory.
The team successfully downed seven straight
high schools in preseason exhibition games. Includ-
ed was the winner of the W. P. I. A. L., Duquesne,
which fell by a score of 51-30.
The first league game was a tough contest with
Beaver Falls. Cable was high scorer with fifteen
points and the Quips won, 49-46. Overcoming a 16-16
deadlock at the half, Aliquippa defeated New Castle,
39-21, with Ceravolo scoring seventeen points. Dobo
sank 14 points in the first game against Sharon, but
that was not sufficient for the victory. The "Bengals"
won, 44-39, placing the Quips in second place. The
Quips had no trouble with Farrell. Ceravolo racked
up sixteen points and the Quips won another, 48-21.
Ellwood City was defeated 59-37. Scoring honors
went to Sudar and Cable with five baskets each. Ali-
guippi 36, Ambridge 3, that's it. The Quips downed
their rivals, and center Iohn Sudar hit the hoops for
The Quips opened the second half with an easy
67-37 victory over the "Tigers." Cable was on, and he
scored 20 points. Midland was a breather between
league games--the Quips walked away with a 56-31
victory. Ceravolo took the honors of the evening with
twenty points. New Castle got off to a fast start to take
the lead in the first quarter, but the Quips came back
to win, 50-40. Sharon lost to Ambridge and Beaver
Falls, and the Quips moved into first place. Sharon
was not to be held down as they bounced back and
defeated the Quips by the short margin of 40-38. The
QUIPS tcolc an easy one from Ellwood C1ty 53 31 The
last home game was wxth Ambrldge The gym was
packed thousands watched mtently as Ambrldge
bowed to the Qulps 66 33 Ceravolo and Cable
played thexr last league game scorxng twenty and
nmeteen po1nts respectlvely In the hlgh score stand
1ngs of SGCIIOH III Ioe Ceravolo placed flrst Wlth 144
pcmts and Cable second Wllh 143 po1nts
In the play offs the QUIDS downed Sharon eas11y
39 32 Thus the QUIDS were quallfled to enter the
quarter fmals In the frrst play off game they defeated
Arnold 53 32 w1th Ceravolo scorlng twenty IIVS
po1nts for 1nd1v1dual honors In the semlfmals the
Qups met the tall team from Ford C1ty Sophomore
Zerm h saved the QUIDS hrde wxth a fmal b sket
wx h f1ve seconds to play to glve the Qu1ps a 39 37
vrctory A f1ne Duquesne team was too much for the
QUIDS as they were downed 4134 Thls ended a
very successful season for the QUIDS Frnal SIBIISIICS
showed Ceravolo as the Qu1ps h1gh scorer wrth 334
po1nts and Cable second wlth 300 po1nts
Fnrst Row Zuqay Cable Ceravolo
Second Row Dobo Fusco Sudar
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15 Penn of Verona .. . 40
17 Kittanning ..... , 38
15 Brentwood . . . . 40
15 Connellsville .,..,.,., , 40
15 Central Catholic ....,,... . 40
16 University of Pittsburgh .... . 39
33 Mt. Lebanon .,...,..,,. . 22
15 Langley .... . . . 40
Won 8-Lost 1.
Race Aliquippa's Position Score
W. P. 1. A. L.. .....,.... Znd .... 47
P.I.A.A... ,,,, ,, ,,.,,... lst.. 33
Sr. A. M. A. of A. A. U. ........ lst .... 37
'!'hey're oft! . . .
Mentor Roger Iones' seasoned veterans of two and
three years set out for a perfect season of wins.
Working with hold-overs from the "45" squad such
as Barnes, Nelson, Meade, Dally, Davies, Sargeson
and Iohn Henry, Mr. lones developed a State Cham-
Aliquippa's list of dual meets was the largest and
the most difficult in the W. P. I. A. L. Captain Barnes
led the Quip harriers to a long line of victories. The
first team to suffer defeat on home grounds was Am-
bridge. Bytel led the "Bridgers" and he was sur-
passed only by Barnes. The final score, 19-36. Ali-
quippa chalked up their first perfect score over Penn.
Kittanning went down under the speed of the Quips,
17-38. The dark horse of the W. P. 1. A. L., Brent-
wood, was supposed to give the Quips their first
hard race. The team put a damper on this rumor by
defeating them, 15-40. Connellsville and Central
Catholic both lost to Aliguippa by a perfect score on
the Schenley Park Course. The University of Pitts-
burgh suffered its first defeat by a high school when
they lost to Aliquippa, 16-39. Always in a good sea-
son you have to run up against a so-called better
team. Mt. Lebanon was that team. They defeated the
Quips by a score of 22-33 in their first meeting. The
following week Don Nelson led the team to a perfect
score victory over Langley to complete the dual
Barnes leads at halt-way mark: Sullivan. second.
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First Row-Sarge-son, Vignovich, Nelson, Dally, Henry, Meade.
Second Row-Sallie, Barnes, Davies, Sullivan.
Third Row-Mgr. Lucas, Coach lones, Mgr. Ginand.
The championship races started With the W. P. l.
A. L. on the Schenley Park Course. Sullivan was
nosed out by Plummer as Mt. Lebanon took the race
by a score of 34-47. Since Aliguippa took second,
they qualified for the State Championship Race at
Penn State College. lt was here that the team showed
its true form. Barnes took an early lead and kept it
till the end. Sullivan followed him and took a close
second. This was enough to defeat the "Blue Devils"
of Mt. Lebanon by a close score of 33-34. With the
consent of the boys, Coach Iones entered the five-
mile Senior Allegheny Mountain Association of
American Athletic Union on the Flagstaff Hill Course.
Entered also were the University of Pittsburgh, Car-
negie Tech, Geneva College, Central Catholic, and
the Ieannette Harriers. Aliquippa proved again that
a high school could turn out a good cross-country
team by winning the meet with a good score of 37.
Pitt was second with a score of 4l.
Aliquippa wins State Championship, with Barnes breaking tape. Nelson rounds off scoring team in victory.
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First Row-Sargeson, Sallie, Brown, Vignovich,
Head Manager Lucas, Tipper, Barone,
Meade, Barnes, Simmons.
Second Row-Canning, Eicher, Porter, Athae
nasion, Gennaro, Meeks, Manager Ginand,
Carnes, Yarosh, Legge, D'Antonio.
Third Row-Tselpis, Vula, McBride, Pitts.
Akins, Powell, Meeks, Zivkovich, Wool-
Fourth Row-Rodich, Waryck, Lang, Kirk-
wood, Metropoulas, Macrouglou, Tucker,
Yarosh, Walker, Marcocci.
Fifth Row-Manager Sandy, Karas, Murphy,
Coach lones, Mihalcin, Cox, Reback,
lones, Scabavea, Winowich.
First Row-Danovich, Klopovich, Walker,
Second Row-Montini, Cable, Bright, Legge,
Third Row-Mgrs. Rabbit, McConnell, Coach
Lippe, Head Manager Sirnko, Manager
IUNIOB HIGH BASKETBALL
First Row-Greco, Laughlin, Rorno, Ball, Tip-
Second Row-Manager Murphy, Barnes,
Carnes, Moore, Cox, Suzich, Sargeson.
Third Row-Manager Ginand, Manager Kirk
Marmaduke, Barna, Sambol, Manager Pas-
seri, Coach Jones.
IUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Mgrs.-Ross, Sandy, Matavich, Pratchenko.
First Row-Vincich, Boro, Laughlin, Robison,
Simoni, Powell, Temple.
Second Row-Vladovich, Carnes, Palombo,
Cindrich, Simmons, Greco, Mihalcin, Ball,
Third Row-Assistant Coach Blaney, Legge,
Barrone, Maravich, Romo, Smith, Shaw,
Walker, Shannon, Maravich, Tipper, Iohn
Sudar, Head Mgr., Coach Webb.
After six weeks of intensive training, Coach Roger
Iones track team of l946 competed in its first meet
the Tn State Coaches Race at Trees Gym on the cam
pus of the Universr y of Pittsburgh lt was here that
the Distance Medley Team consisting of Barnes
Daily Nelson and Vignovich took third in a tough
race with Mt Lebanon and Connellsville ln the fifty
yard dasla Lamar Cummings star dashman dis
played excellent form in his tie for first place with
Kountz of Mt Lebanon
The W P l A L Relay was held in W'ash1ngton
Pennsylvania lt was here that the M1le Team com
posed of Barnes Dally Vignovich and McEvoy took
second for the Red and Black of Altquippa High
The rest of the year pass d slowly for the wing
footed Quips They lost a close decision to Ambridge
by four points They took fifth in the Tri County Race
This orew the curtain on Track until the 47 season
BESEB VL' BASKETBALL
Coach Vvebb s reserves our future varsity team
oncluded a well played schedule with a record of
first g me to Sharon by one point and the second
game by nine points to that same Sharon team
lunior High basketball coached by Mr Roger
Iones is another link in the complete system now in
effe t in Aliquropa which aims to provide an oppor
tunity for basketb ll competition from the elementary
schools up through the high school The Iunior High
squ d practices daily throughout the regular basket
The future varstty teams are developed in the
grade school and Junior high The high school has
its own farm teams in this respect Former Naval Of
ficer Kenneth Webb was in charge of developmg the
l1ISl Junior hrgn football team since the b grnnrng of
Mudry w s the reserves high s orer during the sea
son The competitton among the res rve teams of the
were well played We hope to see a great varsity
ball season with frequent scrimmage sessions with
the other squads at the high s hool Although they
participate in a rather short series of inters holastic
games the experience they gain in these games and
in their practice sessions brings them on for reserve
and varsity duty in later years
the war The team played three games and won two
of the three They defeated Burgettstown twice 21 O
and l4 O The Ambrrdge lunior grldders handed them
their one defeat 70 Shaw a star fullback led the
scormg for the Iunior Quips with 20 points
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The girls' physical education program started last
April with dancing and ended this April with tum-
bling. All girls looked forward to going to the gym
because the class work was varied enough so that
every girl enjoyed it.
To add to the entertainment of May Day, each
class put on a gay folk dance. About forty seniors!
girls-donned their loveliest evening gowns of pastel
shades and waltzed gaily around the May poles. The
iunior girls, barefooted and adorned in flowing white
gowns, did a very graceful Grecian daisy-chain
dance. Decked in colorful native costumes, the sopho-
mcres danced spritely to a Czecho-Slovakian tune.
Leaders' Club Swimming Party.
Last, but by no means least, were the freshmen. Ap-
proximately forty scarecrows ran onto the field and
started their dance. They really played the part of
scarecrows very well. The dances were a big success
and enjoyed by all.
During the summer months when some girls take
a vacation from school, there were nine mushball
teams hard at work. lt took quite a bit of energy to get
out in the hot sun and play ball, but the league was
extremely successful. First place was taken by the
Quips, who were followed by the Slick Chicks.
When the weather changed from the warm fall
days to the cold, damp wintry days, the gym classes
Girls' basketball game. Girls' gym class
stopped going outdoors and started trying to make
the ball go through the hcop. After much practice
fifteen teams enrolled for intramurals. Again the
Quips "took home the bacon" by winning first place.
They nosed out the C. D.'s by one point. The game
was a close, hot one in which both teams were evenly
As the book goes to press, the girls are starting
to tumble. lt has been two years since Aliquippa High
girls have done any tumbling. Many are suffering
from sore muscles. lt is nothing to hear "I'm so
happy. I learned to stand on my head today." These
sore muscles are building a foundation for some type
of exhibition next year.
Freshmen irolic as scarecrows.
Sophomores dance to a Czecho-Slovakian folk tune
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Seniors waltz around the Maypole. Juniors present Grecian Daisy Chain.
"Abe Linfcln in Illinois"--The most serious nicrnent in the Bc-liind tim sur,-riws Lil "Our Townm: Cutie out from behind the
play-5 ioufhiriq scene in wliirh liarry Gold is at his isosi. With gsiint, kidsp ww l-Qiirnn' you anyway.
him are Dean Rislicr and ,lack DQVOIQ.
Hold cn xc your 1uLas-it's ilzff l.i-gli sviiocvl Land and the 0
twirlors flying liizii in tlioir 6-xcnllniit airplane fcrrnaticri.
Mare sngcgmg nn the "Ou: Tc'.'.'n" 'fisivtlic las! minute
scrarnkple Lefcze :urfaiin time.
xii liirxli swg g ing nifxjornl-Tins E','X1:"llflI1'5 rzric Oi ilif,-ii' difficult
'mitineis iii an niif :min football ,gfiriic-. Farr tiller the light sfrikc.-?J
The hard workers who made the brilliari' gircdurfien, 'flari-
Front Row-Mr. Yahres, Mr. Spomey.
Bark Rex-J-Mr, Swarfs, Mrs. f.f:'.'fiiiiems Hrs, Carver, Miss
Get down rrff those ladders-dzdiit you ever hour ct safety
first? Thats ri svene from "Our Towrif'
Wblflflft Viil4-"- ffzr yi: uriforturiefe SfLi'jff1'1fS who dOl'llI :rider-
siazifi Frf-rt'r1 TE1aif's Cs: 'fe'.w'n." See . . . they "middle aiSfe" it
tus' hkf' iri your town.
Quiet, everybody. Remember the forum for quiet hails? Our
eids cur Je:ti5ns'retirig the orderly procedure that we should
use iri walking through the halls.
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The Wllkens Amateur Hour
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QUALITY MEATS 84 GROCERIES
BIRDSEYE FROSTED FOODS
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576 FRANKLIN AVE.. ALIQUIPPA, PA. PHONE 1988 164 FRANKLIN AVENUE
PLODINEC FURNITURE COMPANY
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And as you leave school to enter the larger experiences of life business lndustry or
homemaknng our best washes accompany you May you put your best effort thought and
character Into your every act In the future And nf you continue your educatlon further
please return to our communrty and give us the b nefut of your speclallzed trannlng your
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OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 47
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Sloan s Hardware
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Justice of the Peace
Dr and Mrs H I Snyder
Taschler Loan Company
Villa s Inn
Times Publishing Company
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DOROTHY KOCHER who obly osslsted Noncy Rodonovlch wnth closses
HELEN TOPOLSKI who mode the drowlngs for the Qunpplon
PATRICIA HORNSTEIN who dad the Gnrls Athletncs wrute up
ARLENE SPECHT KAY MEEHAN ond GLORIA RUSCITTI for mvoluoble
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GUST ATHANASSION who did on excellent lob In photogrophy for thc
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ELVIRA and ZENITH TARQUINIO the cousin teorn who worked tirelessly
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For Volunteer Work by Lower Clossmen
MARY ANN PETTY for her copoble ossnstonce on the business cornmlttee
ROBERT WILSON for solncutnng ods ond potrons
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