Aliquippa High School - Quippian Yearbook (Aliquippa, PA)
- Class of 1948
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ALIQUIPPA HIGH SCHOOL
As the hanclmaid to knowledge and suc-
cess, tl'1e Aliquippa High School, atop
Plan 12 hill, is a structure symbolic of
the guidance and learning within her
walls .... so well remembered and
esteemed by her graduates.
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are based on thoughts :md ideas
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printed word. The student's
hand has at its fingertips the
power to communicate, display
and prove the ideas and plans
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a handshake or the directive
grasp of an instrument can
prove the worthiness of the
mind behind it, Athletics cle-
mands the Co-ordination of
mind and hody to follow the
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In view of his credible record as head of the
mathematics department of our high school,
we of the Senior Class dedicate this book to Mr.
Ward D. Jordan. Much of Mr. Jorclan's life
has been spent in public service. Through this
dedication, we wish to pay tribute to the nineteen
years of service which he has spent here with us.
Pops instructs members of his solid gecmetry class.
MR. WARD D. JORDAN
Mr. Jordan was born in Friendship, New York. He received his
elementary and secondary education there and went on to the
University of Rochester, where he received his Bachelor of Science
degree. With further schooling at Columbia University, he re-
ceived his lVIaster,s Degree in Education. After teaching math-
ematics and science in the high schools of Cuba, New York, and
Dodgeville, Wiscoiisin, he joined the faculty of Hazelton High
School. From this position as head of the mathematics depart-
ment there for eighteen years, he came to Aliquippa where he has
spent the past nineteen years as head of our mathmatics depart-
The sound of chimes . . . Morning
Noticesv . . . and the day has begun.
Facilitating speedy announcement of
' ' ' ' ll tion
the dElyS, HCUVIUCS, recent IHSIB 6
of an inter-sc oo p
ed administrational lead
ership at the very fingertips of class
teln has plac
h I ublic address sys-
minisffzafion . . .
Seated-left to right: George F. Tovey, Vice President. Joseph K. Buchanan. Raymond
N. Keyser, Dr. L. N. Colonna. President.
Standing-Dr. Harry j. Gold, Virgil M. Gray, james T. Bradford. Louis A. Smith, Secre-
tary, Lytle M. Wilson. Superintendent.
The Board of Education formulates the policies and oversees the activities of the
school district. In providing buildings, teachers, and supplies to the district, it has
a year-round job. Consisting of seven professional and business men elected for
terms of two to six years and four appointees, secretary, treasurer, solicitor and
architect, the board is headed hy Dr. L. N. Colonna, president.
Mr. Wilson, Superintendent of
Aliquippa's public schools, is at
the source of many new ideas for
the improvement of our school
system. Besides heading the ed-
ucational program, he also
handles all of the high schoolis
business affairs. '
Our assistant superintendent,
lVlr. Dun an, delivers all the
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standardized tests in the school
Mr. Lyde M. Wilson system. This is part of his Joh
as co-ordinator of secondary ed-
Mr. A. D. Dungan
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an maid fo access . . .
The work of Mr. Crawford, prin-
cipal of our high school, involves
student guidance and the records
and enrollment of the student
body. His is also the headache
of constructing and balancing
the master schedule.
Mr. Marley, as assistant princi-
pal, has one of the most trying
tasks in the system. His is the
job of disciplining students as
well as obtaining substitute teach-
ers when necessary.
As Guidance Director, Mrs. Mar-
tin's task is that of helping stu-
dents select the course of study
to which they can best apply
themselves. Mrs. Martin is also
the sponsor of our Student Coun-
Regular attendance is an essen-
tial factor in procuring a sound
education. Mr. Shirk, head of
this department, sees that con-
sistent attendance is maintained.
He is ably assisted by Mrs.
Mr. Francis W. Marley
Mr. Robert M. Crawford
Mr. Lloyd Shirk
Mrs. A. G. Martin
Seated-left to right: Mrs. Weitzel, Miss Thel, Mrs. George, Mrs. Long.
Standing-Miss Cochran, Mr. Swarts, Mr. Gregg, Mrs. Hoover, Mrs. Marsden, Miss
MR. CLIFFORD SMITH
Head of Department
For study of the past and possibilities
of our future, history and geography
are essential subjects in a scholastic
curriculum. Mr. Clifford Smith, head
of the Social Studies department, is
also well-known for his participation
in civic affairs throughout the district.
Miss Caroline Thel
Head of Department
Grammar, literature, memorization,
themes, hook reports, Book Club sub-
scriptions, and so much more compose
the duties of our English department.
Miss Caroline Thel, head of the de-
partment, is more than adept to its
management as those familiar with her
busy office and pleasant manner can
Seated-left to right: Mrs. Edwards, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Coulter. -
Standing--Mr. Kuvinka, Mr. Aschman, Mr. Caring, Mr. Blaney.
MR. WARD D. JORDAN
Head of Department
Algebra, geometry, angles and slide
rules . . . such tasks of preparing stu-
dents for occupations involving many
different phases of mathematics are
those of Mr. Jordan and his able staff.
Mr. Jordan has headed this depart-
ment for close to twenty years.
Seated--left to right: Miss Poiarkolf, Mr. Jordan, Miss Cunningham.
Standing-Mr. White, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Ross.
Seated-left to right: Mr. Hartley. Mr. Marley, Mr. Zahorchak, Mr. Elliott, Miss
Standing-Mr. Milimovich. Mr. Tatalovich
MR4 FRANCIS W. MARLEY
Head of Department
Stars, Vertebrata, dynamos and elec-
trons . . . the vast field of science is
covered well through courses in gen-
eral science, biology, physics, and
chemistry. Headed by Mr. Marley
who is assisted by Mr. Tatalovich, the
science department has made use of
several films, a part of their visual ed-
MR. NORMAN McCORMICK
Head of Department
Two-year courses in Latin, French, and
Spanish are available to students here,
while courses in advanced study are
offered. The department is headed by
Mr. McCormick who teaches Latin and
Spanish. Mrs. Smith has all the
French classes while Miss Poiarkoff has
several in Spanish. French students
have recently received letters from cor-
respondence pals in France.
Seated-left to right: Miss Halama. Mr. Robinson, Miss Bonomi, Miss Frank.
Standing-Miss MacMillan, Mr. Reinish. Mrs. Benedict.
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F A C U L T Y
Sealed-left to right: Mr. McCormick. Mrs. Smith.
MR. DALE ROBINSON
Head of Department
A large portion of students are en-
rolled in our schoolis commercial de-
partment which is supervised by Mr.
Robinson. A thorough three year
course in commercial subjects is offer-
ed to these students, while several
after-school typing classes are also
held. Publication of the school news-
paper is a part of the department's
MR. F. SPORNY
Head of Department
Fine musical organizations such as the
band, choruses, and the string ensem-
ble are becoming common to our
school. These organizations exist only
through the efforts of Mr. F.
Sporny and Mr. Bennett, instrumental
music, and Mrs. Mansell and Mrs. Mc-
Seated-left to right: Mrs. Mansell, Mrs. McWilliams.
Standing-Mr. Bennett. Mr. Sporny.
MR. J. B. DAVIS
Head of Department I,
Students enrolled in the art course, fisiugsiikx
headed by Mr. B. Davis, help to im-
prove our school in many ways. Be-
sides exhibiting many fine works of art,
they distribute self-painted posters
with themes usually suggesting ideas
for the improvement of our school.
Mr. Davis keeps a steady stream of
show-case displays before the students.
Mr. Davis instructs the pholographefs assistants.
li A C U L T Y
MRS. CATHERINE BRADLEY
Head of Department
Courses in foods and sewing as well as the main-
tenance of a well-equipped cafeteria are part of
the duties of the home economics dep artment. In
addition to her supervisory worlc, Mrs. Bradley
and her staff are often called upon for banquets
during the year.
Left to right-Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Bradley, Miss Moran.
plulsical Education and Healflz
MR. KENNETH WEBB
Head of Physical Education
MR. ROGER JONES
Head of Health Department
Essential to the growing mind and
body are courses in physical train-
ing and health. Gym classes in-
clude worlcouts in tumbling and all
sports while health classes school
the student in health practices and
Left to right-Mrs. Carver, Mr. Jones, Mr. Webb, Mrs. Richards.
MR. EDWIN FRENCH
Head of Department
Equipped with some of the most mod-
ern machines and tools, the Industrial
Shop department offers courses in elec-
trical, construction, machinery, car-
pentry, and auto mechanics. Under
the direction of Mr. French, these
courses are taught by Mr. Ladish, Mr.
Glass, Mr. Ciriacy, and Mr. Nelson,
MR. EDWIN FRENCH
Head of Department
Courses in English, history, related
mathematics, science, and drawing are
also a part of the industrial student's
study. In their respective order, these
subjects are taught by Mrs. Fleming,
Mr. Biechler, Mr. Brittan, Mr. Bro-
beck, and Mr. Petty.
Additional shop instruction is offered
to students not enrolled in the indus-
trial department. These courses range
from two periods per week to ten
periods depending on the student's
course. Mr. Crawford heads instruc-
tion in mechanical drawing.
lTopJ Seated-left to right: Mr. French, Mr. Ladish.
Standing-Mr. Ciriacy, Mr. Glass, Mr. Nelson.
fMiddleJ Seated-left to right: Mrs. Fleming, Mr. French, M B b k
Standing-Mr. Biechler, Mr. Petty.
lBo!toml Left to right-Mr. Adams. Mr. Crawford. Mr. N
Mrs. Jessie B. Kirk
A well-equipped clinic is maintained
for student emergency use here in the
high school. Its staff is composed of
Dr. McMillin, Dr. Miller, Mrs. Walsh,
and Mrs. I-Iellein while Mrs. Hanks
serves as full-time secretary. The staff
is active throughout the school district
in administering tests and X-rays.
Mrs. Jessie B. Kirk
One of the largest and most modern
scholastic libraries in Western Pennsyl-
vania is included among the availahle
facilities at Aliquippa High School.
In addition to her duties as faculty li-
brarian, Mrs. Kirk instructs ninth
grade classes in the proper use of the
library and sponsors a group of junior
Dr. McMillin, Mrs. Hellein, Mrs. Walsh, D Mll In rt
Anything you don't lcnow, don't have
. . . stapling machine, pencil, slcy hook?
-lust see Marshall or Vicki. They'll
lcnow where to find it or advise you in
a manner friendly to all and limited
only in the use of their stapling ma-
chine. Recipients of anything from
supply orders to daily announcements,
theirs is the friendly atmosphere
lcnown and appreciated by all.
Left to right: Mary Zobrak, Mildred Horval, Ersilia Kubera, Anna Miller, Silvia Holpp, Michael
Bobanic. Esther Dewhirsl.
Mr. Del Greco and Mrs. Adams
Though not as well lcnown to the high
school student body, the general office
is the co-ordinating office for the
school district. In addition to this
work, the business office handles all
accounts for organizations and houses
the superintendent's and assistant
superintendenfs offices and board
rooms. From handling telephone calls
to computing teachers' salaries, the
staff is indeed a busy one.
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Readin', writin,, and ,rithmetic . . .
fundamentals of education based on
the receptive minds of the willing.
From the literature of Freshman Eng-
lish classes to discussion of a changing
world in Senior history classes, knowl-
edge and opportunity go hand in hand.
Joe P. Faber Anthony Tomeo
President Vice President
ouise DeMartines Ann Lechman
IN JANUARY 1944 a class of freshmen entered Aliquippa High School. To the seniors who
laughed at us as we pondered over which were up,' steps and which were down,'1 we may
have looked just like any other bewildered ugreeniesn who were getting their first taste of high
school. To us, our group of boys and girls was the most important in the world, for we were just
beginning what proved to be a happy and successful high school career.
We worked and played through four years highlighted by record breaking stamp and bond sales,
the end of the war, a bigger and better band, championship track, cross country, baseball, foot-
ball, and basketball teams, plays produced by an energetic re-organized Dramatic Club, several
well-trained choruses, and an active Junior Red Cross and F. A. R. Club.
In February of 1947, as the first organized class activity, we combined efforts with the June class
for our Junior Prom, The Starlight Serenadef, During our last semester, we held a round of
gala events including two informal parties in the gym, the Christmas Dream, Senior Prom, a
laugh-filled color-day assembly, and a banquet at the Colonial.
Then came January ZZ. A commencement program prepared by senior students in speech classes
heralded the event-we received our diplomas.
Dest ite all this merry-making, we ended our high school careers with a large balance in our treas-
ury, raised through the sale of greeting cards and the printing of football programs. As a parting
tribute to the school, we voted to give five hundred dollars to the QUIPPIAN and one hundred
dollars to the National 1-lonor Society Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Our class gave a host of leaders to the school's various activities, sixteen of whom were elected to
the National Honor Society, a percentage of the class unequalled in the Woodlawn Chapter's
Every class thinks it's the best. We think ours, the January Class of 1948, is better. We chal-
lenge you to match our record!
Miss Cunningham Mrs. George Mrs. Edwards 1
DOLORES ABRAHAM . . . Dodie
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . vivacious
brunette . . . likes to dance and go to
movies . . . collects snapshots . . . will
be a secretary.
ADELINE ARBUTIN . . . Commer-
cial-Stenographic . . . member of
Leaders' Club . . . enjoys mushball and
basketball, but h-er main interest is
Harry , . . aspires toward a career in
NAOMI AYERS . . . N0mi . . .
Academic . . . a quiet, friendly blonde
. . . belongs to the Y Teens, Dramatic
Club and Junior Red Cross . . . hopes
to become a home economics teacher.
ROSE NIARIE BAILEY . . . l'Slim
. . . Home Economics Course . . . shy
and reserved . . . easy going . . . hopes
to become a model.
ANN BALJAK . . . Baljie . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . a mem-
ber of the Tri Hi Y and Leaders'
Club . . . full of vim and vitality . . .
where she is, there is sure to be a
laugh . . . ambition to become a sing-
er or noise producer . . . aiming to
compete with Bob Hope.
MARY JANE BARTOSH . . .
Maya . . . Academic . . . snappy
little brunette who likes to dance,
horse around, and laugh . . . ent-
ered nurses training in February.
ROBERT ADAMS . . . BobH . . .
General . . . member of the Dramatic
Club and Bach Choir . . . his main
interest is girls . . . favorite pastime
is hunting . . . will attend college.
HARRY ASHTON . . . General . . .
lik-es horseback riding and playing
golf, but his main interest is Adeline
. . . now employed at Kobuta . . . col-
lege in the fall.
JOHN BABICH . . . Industrial . . .
a carpenter . , . loads of fun . . . his
main interests are women, money, and
his Studebaker . . . plans to enlist in
ROBERT BALDWIN . . . Budge
. . . Academic . . . vice president of the
Junior Boosters . . . easy going . .
always handing someone a line . . .
good-looking . . . ambition to become
DORIS BALL . . . Bob:-xv . .
Academic . . . N. H. S. member . . .
an outstanding member of the Dra-
matic Club . . . will continue in that
field by majoring in English and dra-
matics in college.
ROBERT BATCHELOR . . . Batch
. . , Industrial . . . National Honor
Society . . . tough, Heety half-back . . .
devotes time to the Varsity Club and
Industrial Club . . . peppy . . . likes
a good time . . , favors hunting and
JOSEPH BEDER . . . Josey,' . . .
Industrial . . . likes to hunt and fish
. . . his main interest is roaming in
the woods . . . good-natured . . . will
join the Army.
MARIO BIANCUCCI . . . Mutts',
. . . Industrial . . . an auto-mechanic
. . . enjoys being a night hawk . . .
plays a saxophone . . . wants to bc-
come a musician.
MARTHA BRAUN . . . Marty . . .
Academic . . . National Honor Society
. . . sincere and capable . . . feature
editor of the Quip Script . . . mem-
ber of the Y Teens, Dramatic Club,
and Quippian Staff . . . will enter
JEROME BROWN . . . Jerry . . .
Academic . . . president of the Junior
Boosters . . . treasurer of the Hi Y
. . . Quippian Staff, National Honor
Society . . , humorous sort of fellow
. . . very sociable . . . will attend W. 86
J. in September.
PHYLLIS BUCHANAN . . . Uphyln
. . . General-Scientific . . . always
happy . . . known for her witty re-
marks . . . member of Y Teens, Girls'
Chorus, and vice-president of Special
Chorus . . . expects to be a nurse.
LEONA COSTANZA . . . Lean . . .
Commercial-Clerical . . . a Tri Hi Y
member . . . enjoys sports and danc-
ing . . . neat and trim in appearance
, . . a future secretary.
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MARY ANN BENTEL . . . Benny
. . . Art . . . a faithful senior class
worker . . . devotes time to Junior
Boosters, Y Teens, Bach Choir, and
Artomic Club . . . future art advisor.
MARILYN BOOS . . . t'Marbo,, . . .
Academic . . . a member of the Junior
Boosters and Girls' Chorus . . . favor-
ite pastimes are reading and bowling
. . . entered nursing in February.
BERNARD BROUGHER . . . Brow
. . . Industrial . . . a carpenter . . .
quiet, friendly person . . . enjoys hsh-
ing and hunting . . . fond of eating
and sleeping , . . will continue car-
WILLIAM H. BROWN . . . Sp0oks
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . very
quiet . . . likes to hunt and build model
airplanes . . . member of the Civil Air
Patrol . . . hopes to be come an autu-
Larry . . . Industrial . . . a ma-
chinist . . . has a pleasing personal-
ity . . . finds pleasure in sports, espe-
cially baseball . . . will attend a trade
school after graduation.
BARBARA CRNKOVICH . . . Barn
. . . Academic . . . a tall blonde . . .
fond of dancing and swimming . .
Tri Hi Y member . . . entered nurses
training last February.
JACK DAVIS . . . i'Deac,' . .
Academic . . . member of the Presi-
dents' Club and Junior Boosters . . .
likes to talk and laugh . . . likeable
and peppy . . . very fond of eating
. . . a traveler.
LOUISE DE MARTINES . . .
Dolly . . . Commercial-Stenographic
. . . co-editor of the Quip Script . . .
secretary of the Senior Class . . . very
likeable and peppy . . . likes to dance
and swim . . . a future secretary.
MICHAEL DEMICH . . . i'Mitchell
Industrial . . . vice-president of the In-
dustrial Club . . . hopes to join the
Navy Reserve after graduation or be-
come an electrician.
ROSE D'OTTAVIO . . . Dodie', . . .
Academic . . . National Honor Society
. . . Circulation Manager of the
Quip Script . . . member of the Tri
Hi Y . . . easy to get along with . . .
an accomplished debater . . . Business
Training College student.
ALBERT ESPEY . . . Alu . . . Gen-
eral . . . Hnished his schooling after
several years service with Uncle Sam
. . . now employed in and L.
JOSEPH FABER . . . Fabu . . .
Academic . . . an outstanding student
and leader . . . full of fun . . . presi-
dent of the National Honor Society
. . . editor of the Quip Script and the
Quippian . . . president of the Jan-
uary graduating class . . . Booster Club
member . . . plans to become the own-
er of a daily newspaper.
DIVA DEL GRECO . . . Di-De . . .
Home Economics . . . enjoys reading
Italian literature, drawing, and col-
lecting classic song sheets . . . espe-
cially likes sports . . . wants to travel
WILLIAM DE MARTINES . . .
Dimitrius . . . Industrial . . . an
auto-mechanic . . . likeable person . . .
happy disposition . . . enjoys play-
ing basketball . . . a future auto-
DORIS DEMIDOVICH . . . Do
. . . Academic . . . pleasing personal-
ity . . . likes a good time . . . finds
pleasure in swimming and dancing
. . . a future stenographer . . . entered
Business Training College in February.
EDWARD DUPLAGA . . . Edge
. . . Special Course . . . quiet, friendly
person . . . favors photography, base-
ball, and football . . . will attend
MICHAEL ESTOK . . . Junior
Industrial . . . a machinist . . . easy to
get along with . . . loads of fun . . .
enjoys all sports . . . likes to dance and
eat . . . will study electronics.
ALICE FERRY . . . A1', . . . Com-
mercial-Clerical . . . favors skating,
dancing, and reading . . . interested in
DELORES FORBES . . . Dollie . . .
Academic . . . a member of the M. A.
Tri Hi Y . . . pleasing personality . . .
lik-es to sew and sing . . . future nurse.
MARGARETTE FREEMAN . . .
IVlarge . . . Commercial-Clerical . . .
finds pleasure in reading and dancing
. . . expects to travel after graduation.
DESPINA GAITENARIS . . .
De-sie . . . Commercial-Stenographic
. . . enjoys music, people, and travel
. . . night school student while attend-
ing Business Training College.
CATHERINE GERASIMON . . .
Katina', . . . Academic . . . vice-presi-
dent of the National Honor Society
. . . secretary of the Tri Hi Y . . .
class editor of the Quippian . . . a
member of the Y Teens . . . sweet in
appearance and disposition . . . at-
tending Business Training College.
GOLDIE HARLOW . . . Commer-
cial . . . one of our few with a ringl'
. . . pleasant personality . . . short and
blonde . . . will follow secretarial line.
JOYCE HUNT . . . joy . . .
Academic . . . good pianist . . . en-
joys dancing, swimming and skating
. . . would like to travel . . . has chosen
nursing as her career.
ROSS FOUSE . . . Fousie . . . In-
dustrial . . . quiet, friendly . . . fond
of hunting, fishing, and horsehack
riding . . . a future carpenter.
GRACE FRICANO . . . Gee . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . a mem-
ber of the Junior Boosters . . . yearns
for fun . . . enjoys dancing, driving,
and sewing . . . plans to own a soda
WILLIAM GEHRING . . . Bill . . .
General . . . a member of the Junior
Boosters . . . carefree with a hearty
laugh . . . is fond of sports and danc-
ing . . . will enter Pitt in September to
take a drafting course.
DAVID GOURLEY . . . Farmer
. . . Academic . . . president of the Sr.
Hi Y for two years . . . lilces farming
and animals . . . will study forestry
and dairy farming in college.
NANCY ANN HENDRICKS . . .
Nanc . . . Commercial-Stenographic
. . . enjoys entertaining her classmates
with her comical stunts . . . Parlia-
mentarian of Tri Hi Y . . . employee
of the National Electric Co.
BETTY JACKMAN . . . Bachiclc',
. . . Pre-nursing . . . friendly . . .
favorite pastimes are reading and
dancing . . . plans to own a dress
SAMUEL JACKMAN . . . -Iaffeyn
Industrial . . . treasurer of the Indus-
trial Club . . . baseball fan . . . would
like to be in thc electrical business.
JOSEPH KALDON . . . Coon . . .
Academic . . . a pleasant disposition
. . . known to his fri-ends as Gregory
Pecky' . . . favorite of sports . . . future
PETER KAZAS . . . Laguir,' . . .
Industrial . . . an auto mechanic . . .
member of the Industrial Club and V.
C. A. C .... very humorous . . . en-
joys all sports, dancing, and singing
. . . business man.
MARGARET KIIVIAK . . . Marge
. . . Commercial-Stenographic , . .
member of the Junior Red Cross . . .
submissive and conscientious in her
studies . . . quiet . . . hopes to become
a fashion designer.
IRENE KOHAR . , . RenieU , . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . a quiet,
friendly person . . . nice to know . . .
finds pleasure in driving, dancing,
and reading . . . a future secretary.
MORGAN KRONK . . , Morgan-
strassen . . . Academic . . . very ver-
satile Boy Sccut . . . member of the
Hi Y . . . friendly . . . always laugh-
ing . , . a future forest ranger.
JOSEPH JAPIC . . . Ethylo . . .
Industrial . . . president of Indus-
trial Club, vice-president of V. C. A.
C. and treasurer of National Honor
Society . . . sports enthusiast . . . a fu-
WALTER KAMINSKI . . . Ludge,'
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . busi-
ness manager of the Quip Script . . .
loves to talk and laugh . . . favors
swimming, dancing, and photography
. . . owner of a swanky soda grill.
ALFRED KERIOTIS . . . Soc . . .
Academic . . . a member of the Pres-
idents' Club and an active senior . . .
enjoys traveling, hunting, and fishing
. . . now a resident of California . . .
a future businessman.
ANN KLARICH . . . I-Iankn . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . a pret-
ty, brown-eyed brunette . . . enjoys
dancing, swimming, and drawing . . .
is to become a beautician.
TERESA KOSTO . . . Commercial-
St-enographic . . . pleasant personality
. . . likes to play mushball and basket-
ball Keven football!! . . . enjoys her
work as a Bell Telephone operator.
GILDA KROSNEY . . . Academic
. . . National Honor Society . . . a
member of the Dramatic Club, Y
Teens, junior Red Cross, and Bach
Choir . . . sticks to her convictions . . .
likes a good debate . . . class valedic-
torian . . , will attend college.
GLADYS KUSIC . . . Academic . . .
art editor of the Quip Script . . . sec-
retary of the National Honor Society
. . . a member of the Quippian Staff
and Tri Hi Y . . . very cheerful . . .
interested in interior decorating and
FRANCIS LASALLA . . . 'tFran
. , . Industrial . . . an auto mechanic
. . . member of the Induztrial Club and
V. C. A. C .. . . enjoys all sports,
especially baseball and football . . . a
jovial fellow . . . his ambition is to
ANNE LECl'lMAN . . . Upeachyi' . . .
Academic . . . member of Tri Hi Y
. . . treasurer of Senior A Class . . .
likes to travel, eat, dance, and swim
. . . a future woman in white.
WILLIAM LEWIS . . . uscuddi-ei'
. . . Academic . . . tall, dark, and
handsome . . . president of the Dra-
matic Club, Business Manager of
Quippian . . . member of Bach Choir
and Hi Y . . . entered Pitt in Feb-
ruary . . . aspires toward a career in
EDXVARD MCCANUEL . . . Monk
. . . Academic . . . Chaplain of Hi Y
and an active senior . . . likes to have
a good time . . . his ambition is to
practice law . . . will enter W. 66
DANIEL METROPOULAS . . .
Syke', . . . Industrial . . . National
Honor Society . . . member of Indus-
trial Club, V. C. A. C., and Varsity
Club . . . outstanding grid performer
, . . wants to be a machinist or en-
MARY KUNZMANN . . . 'QMary
Jan-en . . . Home Economics . . . cafe-
teria worker . . . peppy and sociable
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . favors basket-
ball and mushball . . . a future seam-
FLORENCE LECCE . . . Fudi . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . a mem-
ber of the Quip Script . . . a likeable
person . . . enjoys driving, dancing,
and sports . . . a future stenographer.
EVELYN LEHOCKEY . . . Evie
. . . Commercial-Stenographic . . .
pleasant companion . . . Ends pleasure
in dancing, swimming, and playing
cards . . . interested in secretarial work.
Beach', . . . Academic . . . active
member of the Quip Script and M. A.
Tri Hi Y . . . very likeable, peppy,
and friendly . . . plans to become a
LOUISE MCKNIGHT . . . Weisie'
. . . Commercial-Stenographic . . .
former drum majorette . . . likes ice
skating, dancing, and Lou . . . a fu-
RUDOLPH MALINKOVICH . . .
Rui, . . . Academic . the Romeo
of Room 217 . . . likes basketball and
baseball . . . enjoys dancing . . . un-
determined about his future.
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ELSIE MONTINI . . . t'l.,iza,' . . .
Commercial . . . likes to bake and en-
joys dancing . . . spends a lot of her
time with Pooch . . . will ex-
change vows in the near future.
RICHARD OPSATNIK . . . Max
. . . Academic . . . member of the
band . . . likes to swim, dance, and
play basketball . . . very likeable and
peppy . . . a future doctor . . . now at-
MARGARET ORSAG . . . Commer-
cial-Clerical . . . a sports enthusiast,
but her favorite pastime is working in
a drug store . . . business course or
nursing in the fall.
DONNA PARKER . . . Dodie . . .
Home Economics . . . member of Jun-
ior Boosters, Y Teens, and the band
. . . favors dancing and having a
good time . . . wants to become an
MARY ANN PETTY . . . 'DocU . . .
Academic . . . a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society, Y Teens, Junior
Red Cross, and Bach Choir . . . beauti-
ful blonde hair . . . ardent talker . . .
plans to become a doctor.
ELIZABETH PROSSER . . . Bettsy'
. . . Academic . . . Alpha Beta Kappa
member . . . friendly and of small
stature . . . likes dancing, driving,
reading and eating . . . a future air-
Q. . fo,
BERNARD MORRIS . . . Mousie
. . . Academic . . . Quip Script mem-
ber . . . likes to play football and bas-
ketball . . . quiet, popular fellow . . .
official score-keeper of A. H. S. . L
FRANK ORR . . . Footer . . .
Academic . . . hard, plunging full-
back on the squad . . . his main in-
terest is girls . . . friendly, quiet dispo-
sition . . . a future football coach.
GENEVA PARHAM . . . Honey
. . . Commercial . . . enjoys all sports
. . . active m-ember of Plan 11 'iReds
HERBERT PARRISH . . . Herby
. . . Academic . . . easy going . . . shy
and quiet . . . known for his laziness
. . . fond of sleeping and eating . . .
plans to attend college.
RUDY PROSPER . . . Popeye'l . . .
Industrial , . . reserved and quiet . . ,
enjoys shop work . . . will make use of
the vocational course in his future auto
GEORGE RADOVICH . . . Gere
Academic . . . popular for his part in
the barbershop quartet . . . quiet, bash-
ful . . . future contractor or service
VIS.. . .J
DOROTHY REBICH . . . t'Dot . . .
Commercial . . . rather quiet . . . en-
joys dancing, roller skating and listen-
ing to popular recordings . . . wants
to do clerical work.
ALEX RESANOVICH . . . Murg
. . . Industrial . . . member of the Na-
tional Honor Society . . . quiet, re-
served, but gets along well with the
females of the class . . . looking for-
ward to business man's life.
NANCY ROWLEY . . . Nanc . . .
Academic . . . devotes time to the
Dramatic Club, Bach Choir, String
Ensemble, and Y Teens . . . member
of the National Honor Society . . .
lik-eable and scholarly . . . will study
psychology at Wooster College.
MICHAEL SIMKO . . . Mike . . .
Academic . . . member of the Var-
sity Club and Quippian Staff . . . Na-
tional Honor Society . . . an ardent
worker . . . always has something pleas-
ant to say . . . enjoys all sports.
DAISY STOKEN . . . Dais . . .
Commercial . . . enjoys dancing and
swimming . . . ardent football and
basketball fan . . . a future secretary.
ANTHONY TOMEO . . . Spider
. . . Academic . . . a member of the
National Honor Society and Varsity
Club . . . vice-president of the Senior
Class . . . happy-go-lucky . . . sturdy
on the sports floor . . . a future
DOLORES REFICE . . . Deen . . .
Commercial . . . snappy brunette . . .
likes to dance with Frank . . . active in
Senior class work . . . Quippian Copy
Editor . . . wants to become a secretary.
CHARLES ROSS . . . 'lCl'1uck . . .
General . . . a member of the Hi Y
. . . jovial and fun-loving . . . likes to
hunt and read . . . will attend Slippery
Rock State Teachers College.
PETER SHAHEN . . . Kinky . . .
Industrial . . . member of the Indus-
trial Club . . . loves to dance . . . will
make a life career of the Army.
ALEXANDER STAMATERIS . . .
Longfellow . . . Academic . . . likes
to play checkers, cook iboil waterj,
and dance . . . great advice-givcr . . .
IDA TARQUINIO . . . Dimples,'
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . member
of the Girls' Chorus and Presidents'
Club . . . very friendly and always
smiling . . . likes to dance, read, and
play basketball . . . will become an
ZEPHER TSAGDIS . . . Chagic
. . . Commercial-St-enographic . . ,
never a dull moment . . . always chat-
tering . . . her secret ambition in life
is to travel around the world.
Nl' an 'tx
KATHERINE UNIS . . . Lizzie . . . LEE WADTDING . . . Boop . . . MICHAEL WADZITA . . . Miken
Commercial-Stenographic , . .member Academic , . , very active Boy Scout . . . Industrial-Carpentry . . . spent
of the Leaders' Club, G. A. A .... . . . enjoyable companion . . . cute several years with Uncle Sam . . .will
very active in intramurals . . . hopes . . . likes to hunt and ride horseback continue in carpentry.
to become a stenographer. . a future optometrist.
BETTY WICKHAM . , . Farmer- DOROTHY BELAN . . . uBabeM . . .
ettew . . . Commercial . . . band ma- Commercial-Stenographic . . . a Junior
jorette . . . likes to ic-e skate, and Red Cross representative . . . finds
dance . . . neat dresser . , . pleasing pleasure in sports, especially bowling
personality . . . plans to become a . . .a future stewardess.
' CAUGHT IN THE LAST ACT
Top-Friday, Observer Dayg Prexy Joe and joan for NI-ISg Senior A Prom.
Second Row-Watch that figure, Nancyg Baljie's in the act, t-:Jog One QUIPPIAN or two?
Third Row-Bachelor Bill's law classg Fix it right. Tinkg Working hard, Marshall?g Christmas
Evan Tilly Floridge Palombo
President Vice President
Zora Clipper Patricia Flick
Bai-fled and humble as Freshman, yet determined to make good, we must have proved a hardy lot,
for here we are graduates of Aliquippa High School. Yes, it took a while to find the right rooms,
remember schedules and teachers' names, but we finally mastered the trials, overcame the tribu-
lations, and moved into high school activity as saucy sophomores.
We chose our courses, and most of us have stuck by them-though only now have many of us
realized the worth and appreciated the time spent with our advisers. We began to join in extra-
curricular activities, were duly initiated and hazed by the upper-classmen, and gradually elevated
ourselves as well as our thoughts to the Junior level.
As organized Juniors, our officers and committees planned socials and class parties which were
topped off with our prom The Starlight Serenade. National Honor Society induction honored
many of our number, and as our responsibilities grew, we felt we were getting somewhere just where
-our senior year would tell.
Yes, we were looked-up-to now. We had leaders on the athletic fields, QUIP SCRIPT staff and
in numerous organizations. Andy Dobo, first semester, and Evan Tilly, second semester, shoul-
dered the headaches of our class presidency as we moved whole-heartedly toward this business of
In combining efforts with the January class for our QUIPPIAN publication, we raised money on
advertisements for basketball programs, held a mouth-watering bake sale, and three class parties
fWill you ever forget the square dance?l Then came the gala event which climaxed our four
years. It was the affair which most of us had looked forward to since our first days in high
school, without the slightest Haw or imperfection, it was the senior prom-our senior prom-a
date which will remain in our books of pleasant memories for several years to come.
All of a sudden, little realizing that we were drawing our careers as high school students to a
rapid finish, it was graduation day. The day that is never forgotten by anyone. And then it was
time to say good-bye to the familiar classrooms and teachers. Thus, we leave Aliquippa High as
the best senior class ever to come out of dear old A. H. S.
Mrs. Smith Miss Bonomi Mr. Garing Mrs. Brown Mrs. Weitzel
LEROY ABERCROMBIE , . . Josh',
. . . Commercial . . . likes to shoot
pool, hunt, and fish . . . Josh would
like to study law or photography.
GEORGETTA ARBUTIN . . . Bun-
nyn . . . Commercial . . . neat dresser
. . . plays mushball, basketball and
likes music . . . one of those Y Teen
girls . . . beautiful hair is one of her
NICK BABICH , . . Bergan . . .
General . . . gets along with all the
female species . . . Presidents, Club
and Vice President of the Chemistry
Club . . . future teacher.
GOLDIE BARKOVICH . . . Com-
mercial-Stenographic . . . main inter-
est is men . . . enjoys bowling, danc-
ing and all sports . . . forever laugh-
ing . . . future undecided.
ANNA BARONE . . . 'lFrenchy . . .
Academic . . . smart little girl . . . be-
longs to the National Honor Society,
Jr. Red Cross, Leaders' Club . . , plays
basketball and mushball . . . plans to
be a chemist.
FRANK BECK . . . Boom Boomn
. . . Industrial . . . V. C. A. C. . ..
likes fishing and movies . . . a future
ANGELA ANTONINI . . . Angie,l
. , . Commercial . . . Pep Club . . .
Homeroom Treasurer . . . takes active
part in Intramural Sports . . . main
interest is men . . . this petite, black
haired beauty wants to be a private
secretary or a professional dancer.
SHIRLEY ANN ASHTON . . .
'tAshcanw . , . tall Commercial stu-
dent . . . Y Teens . . . Girls Chorus
and special Chorus . . . takes part in
intramural basketball and mushball
. . . a future in journalism.
ROBERT BALL . . . Jelly,' . . .
Academic . . . Presidents' Club and
Treasurer of Chemistry Club . . .
everybody's pal . . . a future dentist.
BILL BARNETT . . . Elmer Fudd
. . . Academic . . . main interest, as of
now, is passing algebra . . . his hobby
is girls . . . plans to go to college.
IOLA BATTALINI . . . LolaU . . .
Commercial . . . Mrs. McWilliam's
Special and Girls Choruses . . . main
interest is fashion designing . . . plans
to go to B. T. C. and become a secre-
HELEN BELAS . . . HalushU . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . Jr.
Boosters . . . favorite pastimesg danc-
ing, football and basketball games . . .
main interest is men and food.
JENNIE BELAS . . . Genice . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . Pas-
times are dancing and football games
. . . collects photos and cards . . .
PHYLLIS BIEGA . . . Phyl . . .
Commercial . . . National Honor So-
ciety . . . Bach Choir . . . Quip Script
. . . Tri Hi Y . . . an ardent worker
and a future stenographer.
JOAN BRADFORD . . . Bradi' . . .
Academic . . . has bangs and great hig
eyes . . . plans to go to Indiana State
. . . Secretary of the Y Teens, Jr.
Boosters Club, Chemistry Club, Quip-
pian Staff . . . Girls, Chorus.
ALMA BRANTHOOVER . . . Bird
. . . Commercial . . . came from Beav-
er High as a junior . . . Y Teens . . .
likes dancing and swimming . . . her
blue eyes are always twinkling . . .
plans a future of stenographic work
REGINALD BRIGHT . . . Rebel
. . . Academic . . . plays basketball
. . . member of the Hi Y and Varsity
Club . . . always having heart,'
VIOLET BELICH . . . l'Vi . . . Com-
mercial . . . takes an active part in
Girls' Intramurals . . . very lively . . .
likes to dance and swim . . . counts
pididdles . . . a future stenographer.
ELAINE BOFINGER . . . Bo . . .
Academic . . . member of Chemistry
Club, Quippian Photography Com-
mittee . . . Prom Committee . . . likes
swimming, music, and interior decora-
PAUL BRANDON . . . Farmer . . .
Industrial . . . likes skating . . . future
IRENE BRDAR . . . Honey . . .
Commercial . . . always pulling big
skits . . . member of the Jr. Boosters
. . . plays mushball and basketball . . .
plans to go to B. T. C.
MILDRED BRITZA . . . Mil', . . .
Academic . . . Tri Hi Y . . . likes
s orts and dancin . . . Intramurals
I f d
trouble . . . a future swabby in the ' ' ' a ways ready or a goo time ' ' '
ALFRED BROWN . . . Academic . .
plays football . . . member of the Var-
sity Club . , . could be a kid brother
of Joe Louis . . . plans to go to
DONALD BRUCE . . . Farmer', . . .
Art Course . . . pastimes are working
and square dancing . . . favorite hobby
is loafing . . . plans to go to Pitts-
burgh Art Institute for interior decor-
BERNARD BUSAK . . . Bernie
. . . Industrial . . . Aliquippa High
School Band . . . photography . . .
future: school for photography.
NELLO CANCELLINO . . . Nell
. . .Industrial . . . V. C. A. C. . ..
lilces dancing, sports, movies and
hunting . . . a future machinist.
JOAN CAVOULAS . . . Jo . . .
Pre-Nursing . . . pastimes are danc-
ing and driving . . . plans to enter the
Cleveland School of Art for interior
decorating . . . transferred from Mt.
CHARLES CERCONE . . . Cuddles
Academic . . . Sgt. at Arms of the Hi
Y and Chemistry Club . . . future un-
ZORA CLIPPER . . . Clip', . . .
Commercial . . . Pep Club and Dra-
matics . . . active in Intramural Sports
. . . member of Room 4 gang . . .
Secretary of the Senior Class . .
wants to enter the business world.
ISABEL COLONNA . . . Is . . .
Academic . . . you can hear her laugh
a mile away . . . President of the Y
Teens, Vice-President of the Leaders,
Club, National Honor Society, Quip-
pian Staff, Chemistry . . . a future
GENEVIEVE CAMPBELL . . . Gen
. . . Commercial-Stenographic . . .
member of the Jr. Boosters . . . lilies
chatting, bowling, and movies . . .
one of Murphy's sales-girls . . . plans
to be a typist.
JOHN CAVETT . . . Jack . .
Academic . . . Chemistry Club . . .
Radio Club - Lecturer - Demonstrator
. . . sound control man for the P. A,
System . . . future electronic engi-
n-eer in research.
HELEN CECCARELLI . . . Chick
. . . Commercial-Stenographic . . .
Senior class social committee, Pep
Club . . . belongs to Room 4 gang
. . . loves dancing and driving . . .
hopes to become an air hostess or a
DORIS CERILLI . . . Dot . . .
green eyed blonde . . . member of
the Tri Hi Y . . . main interests are
boys and dancing . . . hobbies are ice
skating and collecting records . .
plans to be a beautician.
ALICE COLONNA . . . Midge
. . . Commercial . . . loves to talk, bowl
and dance . . . member of the Jr.
Boosters and plays basketball . . .
has secretarial plans.
ELMER CURLEY . . . Q'Fudd . . .
Academic . . . member of Hi Y,
Dramatic and Chemistry Clubs . . .
ambition to become a concert pianist
. . . plans to attend Peabody Con-
HELEN CVETICHAN . . . Scvet
. . . Commercial . . . collects records
. . . likes bowling and dancing . . .
football fan . . . very talkative . . . will
do clerical work.
JANICE DAVENPORT . . . Tink
...Commercial . . . N. H. S. . . .
Vice-Pr-es. of Y Teens, Bach Choir,
Dramatic Club, Senior Class Social
Committee, Quippian Class Editor . . .
loves to laugh and have a good time
. . . to become a private secretary or
RICHARD DAVIES . . . Dick . , .
Industrial . . . Varsity Club . . . Var-
sity Cross Country, Track Team . .
future steel worker.
JO ANN DAVIS . . . NIO . . . Com-
mercial . . . Pep Club . . . Jo's fav-
oriate hobby, pastime, and main inter-
est is Tony . . . plans to do steno-
DAVID DE SALLE . . . Dave . . .
Academic . . . Chemistry Club, Hi Y
. . . favorite sport is basketball . .
gets along very well with the girls in
Room 4 . . . ambition is to become an
ARMANDO 'DIGIOVINE . . .
Mundo'l . . . Industrial . . . National
Honor Society, Industrial Club . . .
collects pin-ups . . . plans to attend a
higher institution in the electrical
DUSA D'AMICO . . , Duke,' . . .
Commercial . . . not very big, but gets
along all right . . . member of the
Jr. Boosters . . . plays basketball . . .
hopes to be a secretary.
NORMA JEAN DAVIES . . .
Blondie,' . . . Commercial . . . sings
in all of Mrs. McWilliam's Choruses
and is a member of the Jr. Boosters
. . . has no need for H20 . . . will at-
tend B. T. C, in the fall.
DORIS DAVIS . . . Moel' . . . Com-
mercial . . . never has much to say
. . . member of the Y Teens, Quip-
pian Staff . . . hopes to be a nurse or
DOLORES DEL TURCO . . .
'QDolly,, . . . Commercial . . . member
of Room 4 gang . . . plans to be a
housewife after graduation . . . likes
swimming and dancing . . . beautiful
DOMENIC DI VECCHIO . . . Mut-
ska . . . Academic . . . Quip Script
. . . sweet on the trumpet . . . plays
in the band and Al Legge's Orches-
tra . . . wants to be a music teacher.
MARIO DI GIOVINE . . . Mutts,'
. . . Industrial . . . V. C. A. C. likes
to play cowboys . . . sports . . . pas-
time the Mexican national one Qsleepl
. . . a future machinist.
MARY DINARDO . . . Mac . . .
Commercial-Stenographic . . . Vice
President of the Tri Hi Y . . . hob-
bies are dancing, sports, movies and
collecting photos . . . future unde-
TOM DROSITAS . . . Dro . . .
Academic . . . always around if you
look for him . , . member of the
Chemistry Club . . . plans to go to
ANNE DUTKOVICH . . . Annie
. . . Commercial . . . Leaders' Club,
Pep Club, Intramural Sports . . .
Member of Room 4,' gang . . . loves
to swim . . . hopes to become a pro-
fessional model or an air hostess.
SYLVIA ERMI . . .V Clerical . . .
quiet and nice . . . reading and list-
ening to the radio takes up her time
. . . plans to travel after graduation.
OLGA FERRACCIO . . . Commercial-
Stenographic . . , President's Club . . .
skillful violinist . . . known as Doo
Doogan to Ann Baljak . . . favorite
entertainment is movies . . . future un-
PATRICIA FLICK . . . Pan, . . .
Commercial . . . Special and Girls'
Choruses . . . Jr. Boosters, Senior Class
Treasurer, Quippian Feature Editor
. . . loves to dance and Eat . . . col-
lege after graduation.
ANDY DOBO . . . Skinl' . . . In-
dustrial . . . Senior B President . . .
known for his excellent performance
in basketball . . . likes all sports . . .
OLGA DUPKANICH . . . Blondie,'
. , . Academic . . . Tri Hi Y, Gills,
Special Chorus, Chemistry Club . . .
plays the piano . . . likes swimming
. . . a future teacher.
DORIS EATON . . . Commercial-
Stenographic . . . blonde hair and a
friendly Hi! . . . Jr. Boosters . . .
LILLIAN FATTORE . . . Lil', . . .
Academic . . . loves dancing and
Vaughn Monroe . . . always seen at
thc socials , . . nev-er a quiet moment
MARY FISHER . . . uFitcher,, . . .
Academic . . . goes around with her
head in the clouds . . . treasurer and
music head of the Y Teens, Vice
President of the Jr. Red Cross, Secre-
tary of the N. H. S., Dramatic Club,
F. A. R., String Ensemble and Chemis-
try Club . . . hopes to be a piano
CLARABELLE FOCHT . . . Commer-
cial-Stenographic . . . the blonde in
Doris Davis's life . . . Y Teens, Quip
Script, Quippian Staff, Bach Choir,
Jr. Librarian . . . plans to go to Bible
DONALD FOX . . . Sleep . . .
General . . . Hi Y, Chemistry Club,
Dramatic Club . . . likes to dance and
sleep . . . future undecided.
DAVID GARVIN . . . Greek . . .
Academic . . . member of the Chemis-
try Club . , . always has something to
say . . . ambition is to study law or
RICHARD GLOVIER . . . 'tHerman,'
. . . Industrial . . . V. C. A. C. Sec-
retary . . . Quip Script, Secretary of
the Industrial Club, Presidents, Club
. . . a future machinist.
ROBERT GROSSI . . . Omo', . . .
Industrial . . . Varsity Club . . . one
of our husky football players . . .
sports and women . . . enjoys jiving
Mars White . . . future auto-mechanic.
HELEN GUZMA . . . Commercial-
Stenographic . . . likes to bowl, dance
and read . . . hobby is collecting post
cards . . . hopes to be an air hostess.
ALBERTA HARMON . . . Al . . .
Commercial . . . Jr. Boosters Club
Girls, Chorus . . . favorite pastime is
music . . . this petite brunetteis ambi-
tion is to become a good stenographer.
CHRISTINA GAROFALO . . .
Chris . . . Commercial . . . short,
friendly . . . pastimes are dancing and
singing, collecting photos and songs
. . . future undecided.
FLORENCE GIRATA . . . Flo . . .
Commercial . . . Jr. Boosters and
Quip Script member . . . plays bas-
ketball . . . likes New Castle . . . pians
to be a secretary.
ELVIRA GROSSI . . . Vira . . .
Commercial . . . has many interests
. . . plans to work in an office in the
PAUL GRUBICH . . . Pietcev . . .
Industrial . . . likes sports, dancing,
and girls . . . friendly . . . a future
MARY HAGES . . . Commercial-
Stenographic . . . member of the Dra-
matic Club, Jr. Red Cross . . . sweet
and shy . . . hopes to be a secretary.
MILLICENT HAYDEN . . . lVlimi',
. . . Academic . . . collects sport clip-
pings and Vaughn Monroe records
. . . is quite a fan of Colonels', . . .
JOANNE HODGES . . . Jo . . .
Academic . . . interested in basketball
and grey Packards . . . Social Chair-
man of Y Teens, Jr. Boosters, N. H.
S., Chemistry Club and Girls' Chor-
uses . . . plans to go in partnership
with Nick and Rich on their uchick-
HELEN HONAQTKE . . . Academic
. . . Leaders Club, Quip Script, Tri
Hi Y, Jr. Boosters, and Chemistry
Club . . . favorite pastimes are writ-
ing poetry, sports, sewing, talking and
laughing . . . plans to study journal-
ism at college.
VINCENT HORTON . . . Vince
Commercial . . . what a brain in law
class! . . . collecting pin-up pictures
and shooting pool are his favorite
hobbies . . . would like to be a color
DOROTHY HOWELLS . , . Dot
. . . Commercial . . . very sweet voice
. . . likes horseback riding, swimming,
and football . . . will do secretarial
SARA JANE JOHNSON . . . Com-
mercial . . . has quite a voice . . . be-
longs to Mrs. McWilliam's Choruses
. . . J future nufse.
JAMES KINKEAD , . . uBuck . . .
Academic . . . member of the Hi-Y
and Chemistry Club . . . quite a card
player during noonhour . . . plans to
AGNES HOLP . . . Aggie Mack
. . . Commercial . . . sings in Mrs.
McWilliams's regular and special
Girls' Choruses . . . a future typist.
DOROTHY HOOPER . . . Dot . .
Commercial . . . Dramatic Club . . .
pastimes are horseback riding, swim-
ming, and skating . . . will do secre-
RICHARD HOWARD . . . Chick-
en . . . General . . . always has
something to say . . . member of Art
Club, Boysl Chorus and Chemistry
Club . . . doesn't know with whom,
but his ambition is to get married.
KATHLEEN JACOB . . . Commer-
cial . . . Girls, Chorus, Jr. Boosters
President, Quippian staff, home room
officer . . . always sle-epy and loves to
eat . . . salesgirl at Authenreiths . . .
plans stenographic work.
JOHN KENDRICK . . . Russianl'
. . . Academic . . . Varsity basketball
and track . . . Maggie is the apple
of his eye . . . plans to play around
NICK KLOPOVICH . . . Klops
. . . General . . . member cf the Var-
sity Club . . . one of our star football
players . . . plays basketball . . . loves
to loaf like all of us . . . ambition is to
attend college and take up sports.
PATRICIA KOFLER . . . Pat'l . . .
Academic . . . Tri Hi Y President . . .
Senior Social Committee, Quippian
Class Committee, Intramurals . . .
pastimes are dancing and men . .
will attend B. T. C.
CLEOPATRA KOULEPIS . . .
Cleo,' . . . Commercial-Stenographic
. . short ancl shy . . . likes to read
. . plans to take up secretarial work.
JANE KWOLEK . . . Commander
. . . Home Economics . . . Leaders'
Club, Band, Jr. Boosters Club, Intra-
murals . . . lik-es sports especially swim-
ming . . . will attend B. T. C.
ATHENA LASKARIDES . . .
'lLasky . . . Academic . . . member of
N. H. S., Mrs. Mcwilliamys Choruses,
Y Teens, Chemistry Club, Library
Club, Red Cross, String Ensemble . . .
will attend college in the fall.
CHARLOTTE LEVIN . . . Red,'
. . . Academic . . . Special Chorus,
Chemistry Club . . . interests are danc-
ing and men . . . a future teacher.
Marge', . . . Commercial-Steno-
graphic . . . loves to dance . . . hob-
bies are swimming and skating . . .
always laughing . . . plans to be a sec-
KATHERINE DELORES KOT-
LARZ . . . Dee . . . Commercial
. . . collects stamps and is quite a
seamstress . . . Y Teens, Quippian
Staff and Jr. Red Cross . . . hopes to
be I1 stenographer.
CLARA KOZA . . . Home Ec. . . .
member of Jr. Boosters . . . likes to
dance to Michael's Recordings . . . fu-
ALPHONSE LANG . . . Whis,' . . .
Academic . . . Secretary of Hi Y,
member of Dramatic and Chemistry
Clubs . . . Character of Room 205 . . .
will attend business school.
MARY ANN LEGGE . . . Marty
. . . Commercial . . . pastimes are sew-
ing and reading . . . quiet and friend-
ly . . . blushes very easily . . . a future
MARGARET LEWIS . . . Maggie
. . . Academic . . . interested in bas-
ketball . . . Chaplain of the Y Teens
and member of the Quippian Staff
. . . has secretarial interests . . . goes
to all the basketball games.
FLORENCE LINCOLN . . . Link
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . member
of the M. A. Tri Hi Y . . . loves all
kinds of music . . . favorite pastime is
playing the piano . . . hopes to take
RIBA LOVE . . . Cookie . . .
Academic . . . member of the M. A.
Tri Hi Y . . . likes all kinds of music
. . . sports fan . . . good dancer .
plans to take up nursing.
FRANK LUKETICH . . . Luke
. . . Industrial . . . sports, dancing
. . . collects sport books . . . a future
MICHAEL MARAVICH . . . Mike
. . . Academic . . . Chemistry Club
. . . Senior Social Committee . . .
Quippian Advertising Committee . . .
sports fan . . . favorite pastime is
loafing . . . plans to go to college and
take up engineering.
LEONA MARKO . . , Nona', . . .
Academic . . . Tri Hi Y Chaplain . . .
Chemistry Club . . . likes swimming
and bowling . . . sports fan . . . fu-
PAUL MASKALENKO . . . Hum-
phrey . . . Industrial . . . present
and L. employee . . . enjoys loafing
. . . plans to develop a pigeon that
will fly backwards.
WILLIAM McCONNELL . . . Red
. . . Industrial . . . manager of the
'46 Football and Basketball Teams . . .
likes dancing and sports . . . future
IRENE LUKACIN . . . Lukie . . .
Academic . . . thinks Ambridge has
IT . . . member of the N. H. S.
Leaders' Club, Y Teens, Jr. Red Cross,
Year Book Staff . . . plays basketball
. . . plans to major in language.
JOAN MacLANE . . . Commercial
. . . likes the choir in the Methodist
Church . . , member of the Dramatic
Club . . . a future stenographer.
LUCY MARCHIONDA . . . Lu Lu
Belle . . . Commercial-Stenographic
. . . Girls' Chorus and Special Chorus
. . . home room oficer . . . loves all
sports . . . dancing is a favorite pas-
time . . . enjoys tap dancing.
MARY ELIZABETH MARTIM . . .
Mary Liby' . . . Academic . . . neat
dresser . . . likes swimming, skating,
and dancing . . . plans to be a sec-
CONSTANCE MCCAFFERTY . . .
Connie . . . Commercial . . . member
of Jr. Boosters and plays basketball
. . . hates men . . . plans to be a sec-
JAMES MCLAUGHLIN . . . Moen
. . . G-eneral . . . Chemistry Club . . .
Hi Y . . . Dramatic Club . . . likes to
dance . . . future:kNavy.
DONALD MEEKS . . . Don . . .
Academic . . . a drummer in the band ANN MELI j ' ' npanlv ' ' Q Com'
' U U Track Squad u 1 ' likes sports and mercial . . . interested in music and
music . . . quiet but friendly . . . future Poetry ' ' ' hopes lf, travel some day
undecided' . . . a future receptionist.
DOLORES MIKETICH . . . Mick-
ey . . . Academic . . . Secretary of
THOMAS MIHALIK . - l usmileyn Leaders' Club . . . Y Teens Sgt.-at-
. . . Industrial . . . Presidents Club glrngs 'ITIL Boosiers ' ' ' P'fS'den's
. . . collects rare stamps . . . likes all swan ang faxgigtarlatzrgngfgrreiiviiofg
sports ' ' ' 3 future autoimechamc' Mt. Gallitizin School . . . sweet per-
sonality . . . college after graduation.
BARBARA ANN MOONEY . . .
Barb . . . Academic . . . Y Teens
. . . N. H. S' .... Treasurer of Lead- H H
ers, Club . . . Jr. Boosters . . . Quip- WILLIE .MOORE ' ' ' Dave - - -
pian Business Manager . . . loves eat- Cvmmefclal - - - Cf055'C0lll'lfl'Y - - '
ing and sports . l ' always has Some. likes to read . plays basketball and
thing to say . . . transferred from Mt. baseball - - - likes SPONS-
Gallitizin School . . . college is next
for this dark-haired senior.
SILVANA MOROSINI . . . Com-
mercial . . . likes t0 dance and listen DOLORES MAROLL D A . Academic
to radio . . . never seen without Pap- I member of Dramatic Club . ' '
penn . . . another brunette hoping to glllvays Passing out gum and Candy
do office work . . . known for her cute Q ' 1 would like to be a nurseh
FRANK MUSANTE . . . Musant', .
. . . Academic . . . plays in the band LEONARD MDYERS - ' ' Afademlc
and Al Legge's Orchestra . . . jovial - Bach Chou' - - - track feafn ' - '
and good natured . . . a future band Cl'leml5ffY Club ' - - loves ml-lslc - '
or orchestra leader. h0P95 I0 Studi' Sclence-
NANCY MYERS . . . Nanc,' . . .
Academic . . , Y Teens . . . jr. Boost- MARIANNE MYL . . . f'My1sie , l ,
ers ' ' ' President of Girls' Chorus Commercial Stenographic student . . .
' ' ' Nanci, loves to Swim at the lake good sewer . . . likes sports . . . hopes
. . .dplans to be a woman in white after to attend business school.
MARVIN NEFT . . . Max . . .
Academic . . . member of Hi Y, Dra-
matic Club, Chemistry Club, and Jr.
Boosters Sgt.-at-Arms . . . always tak-
ing pictures . . . a future chemist.
ESTELLE OCHALEK . . . Academic
. . . Leaders Club and former major-
ette . . . enjoys swimming, and classi-
cal music . . . wants to be an airline
hostess . . . plans to go to nursing
ALBERT OROS . . . Al . . . Indus-
trial . . . Industrial Club . . . likes
sports . . . future work in the electrical
FLORIDGE PALOMBO . . . Zeke'l
. . . Industrial . . . Industrial Club . . .
likes to play baseball . . . likes danc-
ing and girls . . . a future machinist
at Roller Bearing Co.
JOSEPHINE PELLIGRINI . . .
. . . Josie . . . Commercial . . . Quip
Script Typing Editor . . . likes to read
. . . Intramurals . . . sports fan . . .
will do secretarial work.
JOHN PETTIBON . . . Gismo
. . . Industrial . . . President's Club
. . . joker . . . future milkman.
CLARENCE NEISH . . . Academic
. . . A. H. Sfs outstanding first
baseman . . . therels a lot of fun
when Neish is around . . . always seen
sleeping . . . wizard in law class . . .
would like to be a professional base-
ball player or study law.
MARILYN OEHLER . . . 'lButtonsU
. . . Y Teens, Mrs. McWilliam's Girls'
Chorus . . . likes skating, swimming
and music . . . takes an active part in
intramural sports . . . likes the new
look . . . future undecided.
ARLENE OSTER . . . Academic . . .
nice and quiet . . . member of the
Bach Choir . . . sews . . . future nurse.
PAULINE PAZEY . . . Pee', . . .
Home Ec . . . member of the Jr.
Boosters Club . . . -easy to get along
with . . . likes sewing and bowling . . .
JOYCE PETERS . . . PeteU . . .
Academic . . . Club Editor of the
Quip Script and Quippian . . . friend-
ly and easy to get along with . . .
N. H. S., Y Teens, Chemistry Club,
Dramatic Club and Alpha Beta Kappa
. . . will att-end Wooster College.
DEANIPFEIFER . . . Tiny . . .
General . . . Chemistry Club . . . Col-
laborators . . . loves sports and likes
to hunt . . . pastime is shooting pool
. . . plans to enter the Army after
MARY PHILLIPS , . , Commercial
. . . Quip Script and the Dramatic
Club . . . likes to read . . . very stu-
dious . . . will attend Pitt.
GRACE PINTI . . . 'iGroire!, . . .
Academic . . . Bach Choir, Y Teens,
and Intramurals . . . likes to sketch
. , . plays basketball and sings . . . a
future dress designer.
IVA RAGER . . . uphosiev , . . Com-
mercial . . . Dramatic Club . . . pas-
times are roller skating, ice skating . . .
a future housewife.
DEAN RISHER . . . Academic . . ,
Hi Y, Dramatic Club, Jr. Red Cross,
Chemistry Club, and Quippian Staff
. . . pastime is swimming . . . plans
to study science in college.
DOROTHY RUBINO . . . Dot . . .
Commercial . . . likes swimming and
dancing . . . always seen with Marge
. . . will do stenographic work.
GLORIA RUSCITTI . . . Glo Glo
. . . Commercial . . . Quippian Typ-
ing Staff, Tri Hi Y, Senior Social
Committee . . . big supporter of our
Senior Class . . . forever talking
. . . future in the secretarial field.
MARGARET PINKOSKY . . .
Peggy', . . . Home Ec . . . enjoys
classical music . . . likes sports . . .
wants to be a dietitian.
THADDEUS PIOTAROWSKI . . .
To-jon . . . Academic . . . has many
interests . . . always friendly . . .
would like to be manager of the Giant
CARMEL RENO, JR .... Wal-
netos . . . Industrial . . . collects rare
lady bugs . . . likes to shoot pool . . .
sports . . . a future auto mechanic.
ALMA Ross . . . Chubby . . . In-
dustrial . . . Industrial Club . . . likes
to play baseball . . . likes dancing and
girls . . . a future machinist at Roller
IRENE RUSINKO . . . ButchH . . ,
Academic . . . likes dancing, sports
and men . . . always ready for a good
time . . . future undecided.
AURORA SALVITTI . . . Nora
. . . Commercial . . . good basketball
player . . . this little brown-eyed stu-
dent hopes to become a professional
dancer . . . will travel before old age
RAMONA SANDY . . . Bl0nClieH
. . . Art . . . bowling is her favorite
sport . . . important member of
Sketch Club . . . a certain shop-boy is
her main interest . . . hopes to attend
an art school after graduation.
KEITH SCO'I'I' . . . Scotty', . . .
General . . . favorite sports are fish-
ing and basketball . . . main interest
is hunting . . . his future is uni-
RAY SEELY . . . Commercial-Clerical
. . . finished in evening school . . .
spent eighteen months in Merchant
Marine - European, Mediterranean,
and Pacific area.
MILDRED SHARATZ . . . Dolly'y
. . . Home Ec .... always seen with
Elsie . . . member of the Jr. Boosters,
Leaders, Club, and Chemistry Club
. . . nursing is her future work.
MARY SKERIOTIS . . . Skeets', . . .
Commercial . . . belongs to the Dra-
matic Club and is Business Manager
of the Quip Script . . . a future secre-
WILLIAM SLEZAK . . . Snuffy
. . . Industrial . . . Varsity . . . base-
ball . . . ambition: give Copenhagen
competition . . . future in electrical
ROBERT SAXON . . . Link .
Industrial . . . future carpenter.
SHIRLEY SEECH . . . ushirlv . . .
Academicu . . . member of the Dra-
matic Club . . . sweet and saucy . . .
plans to take journalism at Westmin-
LOIS SHAFFALO . . . Shorty . . .
Commercial . . . in Mrs. Mcwilliamsis
Girls Chorus . . . interested in
MEN y things . . . plans to be a
MARTHA SHORT . . . l'l0ney7'
. . . Commercial Stenographic . . .
Tri I-li Y member . . . likes all sports
. . . short as her name implies . . .
loves shorthand . . . future unde-
DOLORES SKIBA . . . uDolly . . .
Academic . . . would like to travel
some day . . . belongs to the Tri I-Ii Y,
Dramatic, and Chemistry Club . . . a
GERALD SMALLWOOD . ..
Smecks . . . Industrial . . . pastime
is iceslcating . . . future: Navy.
MARY E. SMITH . . . Smitty . .
Commercial . . . Pleasant nature . . .
dark haired . . . nice voice . . . future
LILLIE SMOTHERS . . . Lil . . .
General . . . likes to read and dance
. . . plans to enter a college nursing
LOUIS STAMOS . . . Lou . . . Art
. . . our hard working Quippian Art
Editor . . . tall, dark, and handsome
. . . green eyes . . . hopes to become
a professional artist after graduation.
JOHN SUDAR . . . Knobby . . .
Industrial . . . Varsity Club, Varsity
Basketball Team . . . likes dancing
. . . manager of the I46 Jr. High Foot-
ball Team . . . future undecided.
DAMOE TADDEO . . . Dani, . .
Industrial . . . Presidents' Club . . .
likes sports . . . future work in the
WALTER H. THOMAS . . . Benn
. . . Industrial . . . future college or
NANCY SMITH . . . Si-iuffy . . .
Academic . . . Y Teens, Jr. Boosters,
Jr. Red Cross, Dramatics . . . Club
Committee of the Quippian . . . likes
dancing . . . a future secretary.
JOSEPHINE SPAZIANI . . . Pap-
penn . . . Commercial . . . likes danc-
ing and listening to the radio . . . lov-
er of music . . . always seen with Sil-
vana . , . plans to do office work after
JOE STANICHAK . . . usturichi'
. . . Academic . . . Pres, of Chemistry
Club, Ass't Sports Editor for Quip-
pian . . . could talk a leg off any
woman . . . plans to be a lawyer.
MARILYN SUSSMAN . . . Sus
Commercial . . . Bach Choir, Jr.
Boosters Club . . . her long, black hair
adds to her attractiveness . . . main in-
t-erest is men . . . plans on attending
Business College and becoming a med-
SADIE THOMAS . . . l'Shorty,' . . .
Home Economics . . . very excitable
. . . likes dancing and Vaughn Mon-
roe . . . a future housewife. '
EVAN TILLY . , . Academic . . .
Chemistry Club, National Society,
Quippian Staff, Senior A Class Pres-
ident . . . plays the accordion . . .
winner in the Pa. State Geography
Contest . . . hopes to become a lawyer.
WAYMAN TODD . . . Junior . . .
Industrial . .. Lineman on ,47 Foot-
ball Team . . . Varsity Club . . . likes
dancing and sports . . . plans to at-
DOROTHY ANN TYSON . . .
Milly . . . pastimes are dancing and
movies . . . loves all kinds of sports
. . . ambition is to become a journalist.
JEANNE VILLA . . . Academic . . .
member of Y Teens, Leaders' Club,
N. H. S., and Mrs. McWilliams's
Choruses . . . plays basketball . . . in-
terested in Geneva . . . plans a lingu-
MARILYN VOGEL . . . Mari, . . .
Academic . . . Senior Social Commit-
tee . . . Y Teens, Jr. Boosters, Girls'
Chorus, and Chemistry Club . . . likes
sewing, dancing, and sports.
MIKE VURDELJA . . . Bully' . . .
Industrial . . . Varsity Football Team
. . . Varsity Club . . . likes to loaf . . .
sports . . . a future auto-mechanic.
ROBERT WALLACE . . . Bob . . .
Academic . . . National Honor Society
. . . Sports Editor, Aliquippa Evening
Times . . . Editor-in-Chief, Quip
Script . . . Varsity Club . . . Varsity
Baseball Letterman . . . a future jour-
IRENE TROBAK . . . Dutzi . . .
Commercial . . . Dramatic Club . . .
Pep Club . . . member of t'Room 47'
gang . . . main interest is men . . .
favorite pastime is loafing . . . has
good voice . . . will become singer.
ANTEOPPE VELONIS . . . Popie
. . . Academic . . . member of Y
Teens, Bach Choir, Jr. Red Cross,
N. H. S., Alpha Beta Kappa, and
Chemistry Club . , . a friend to all
. . . plans to go to college.
YVONNE VINCIC . . . Academic
. . . a dictionary on two legs . . .
member of the Y Teens, Alpha Beta
Kappa, Dramatic Club, N. H. S.,
F. A. R., and Chemistry Club . . .
plays the piano in the String En-
semble . . . would like to study abroad,
MILDRED VUKMARAVICH . . .
Mickey . . . Commercial . . . likes
to go to the movies and enjoys read-
ing . . . main interests are m-en,
clothes, and traveling . . . a future
IOHN WALLACE . . . Chai, . . .
Academic . . . Hi Y . . . Quip Script
Sports Editor . . . N. H. S .... band
. . . Quippian Co-Editor in Chief . . .
likes to dance and romance . . . future
in the music Field.
STELLA WASZYM . . . 'iSteffy . . .
Home Ec .... likes to dance and
skate . . . likes music . . . plans to be-
come a nurse.
VILMA XVAZMER . . . Curly', . . .
Commercial . . . likes to sew and read
. . . very quiet . . . a future housewife.
JOAN WOZNICKI . . . NJOH . . .
Academic . . . transfer from Beav-er
Falls , . . Active in National Honor
Society, Y Teens, Chemistry Club,
Leaders' Club . . . Prom Committee
. . . a future Spanish or English
DQUSHAN YANICH . . . Q'Chinky
. . . Academic . . . Chemistry Club
. . . likes to read and loaf . . . future
in the army.
MARY ANN ZINIACH . . . 'lNlaraH
. . . Commercial . . . member of the
Tri Hi Y . . . likes dancing and sports
. . . can't help talking . . . always at
the socials . . . future undecided.
JEAN PARASCENZO . . . UReClH
. . . Commercial-Clerical . . . likes to
fill photo albums and scrapbooks . . .
will follow her secretarial ambitions
and enter Stenotype Institute.
ESTHER WILSON . . . Queenie
. . . Academic . . . lots of fun . . .
belongs to the M. A. Tri Hi Y, Quip
Script and Ch-emistry Club . . . likes
all kinds of sports . . . future unde-
EDWARDS YAGER . . . Snow-
ball . . . Industrial . . . V. C. A. C.
President . . . Varsity and Industrial
Club . . . a future machinist.
THADDEUS YAROSH . . . Ted',
. . . Academic . . . member of Chemis-
try Club . . . runs Cross Country and
Track . . . sincere and studious . . .
likes to live in the outdoors.
JOE ZUGAY . . . Yako', . . . be-
longs to the Hi Y and Varsity Club
. . . good baseball player . . . also
plays Varsity Basketball . . . secret
pastime is eating . , . main interest is
Dodo . . . hopes to become a pro-
fessional baseball player.
DOROTHY ZVONOR . . . Commer-
cial . . . member of Dramatic Club
. . . sweet smile and pretty hair . . .
never seen without the Room 4U
gang . . . would like to do newspaper
work or be a private secretary after
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
RICHARD A. FONTANA
HARRY L. GOLD
JAY C. GRABLE
Top left: Barn dancers, Helen Ceccarelli and Nick Babich swing out while Clarence Neish lof the park bench? follows
Top center: Dutch Garden -ers at the Senior Prom.
Top right: Mike Maravich, Elaine Bofinger, Johnny Kendrick, and Maggie, of course.
Bottom left: Looking like a senior herself. Mrs. Brown, with Helen Ceccarelli and Joan Woznicki.
Bottom center: Barn dancers alore.
Bottom right: Senior Belles among the tulipa.
President John Bull
Vice President . , , Roberta Johns
Secretary ..,. Nadine Radulovich
Treasurer . .. , , . , . , John Yarosll
J U N l O R S
lst Row--lVI4eadu, Puslcarich, Cappella, Radulo-
vich, Mrs. George, Miller, Salvati, Hatcher,
Znd RowvBruni, Tonacliella, Saxon, Lewis, Man-
eloveg, Pantelalcis, Hages, johns, Koulepis,
3rd RowgDavey, Goss, Vidonvic, Zajac, Simoni.
lst Row-Periclx, Zugay, Solomon, DeVore, Vi-
tal-e, Postal, Betlia, Thornton, Love, Tyson.
Znd Row7Mrs. Hoover, Barna, Gerasimon, Glad,
Murphy, Hudson, Dettor, Curley, Jeschke.
3rd Row-Como, Mihalik, Milanovich, Phinizy.
Ist Rowfsihaffalo, Ferry, Garofalo, Gratson,
Demma, Burlcus, Carfagna, Gianiodis.
2nd RowfMiss Cunningham, David, Salmento,
Sambol, Horalc, Maravich, Jerich, Dudley,
3rd Row-McLaughlin, Sambol, Zobrakl Aegan,
lst Row-Sims, Scecli, Stcphanovic, Dulcach,
Crisi, Avolio, Harvey, Malcris, Vurdelja,
Kazas, Witbon, Powell.
Znd Row-Scarcelloni, Burchctt, Hurley, Darby,
Volitich, Elliott, Morris, Vulcmaravich, Mr.
3rd Row-Woolaway, Vula, Curran, Yarosh,
Owens, Pixler, Fetlcovich, Kirk.
lst Row--Nicastro, Parascenzo, Maruhnich, Lux
Patterson, Goldsmith, Mazone, Bonomi
Znd Row-Ginancl, Frey, Cavoulas, Gratson
Nagy, Sonsino, Hughes, Keller, Passeri, Lake
3rd Row-Bazmor-e, Levin, DeVore, Smith, Sallie
L. Frey, Markatos, Murphy.
Ist Row-Faclool, Somerlade, Phillips, Schieclel
Maravich, Davies, Brown, Jackson, Marshall
Zncl Row-Montini, Mehos, Bakewell, Reed, Aber
crombie, Gourley, Brown, Huffine, Novoselas
3rd Row-Costanza, Palladini, Marbich, Montini
Andres, Mowad, Sweringen, Ciamacca, Vincz
lst Row-Short, Yezzi, Steinberger, Piekielek
Kamenski, Witko, Syrko, Setters, Kakoulas
Znd Row-Rabbit, Zivkovich, Vreen, Syremis
Kabay, Crivelli, Dougherty, Mr, McCormick
3rd Row-Athanassion, Waryck, Zugay, Zernich
Siktar, Nlctropoulos, Macroglou, Vukovich,
lst Row-Hrelec, Thomas, Vincic, Harvey, Me-
caro, Markesich, Hallisey.
Znd Row-Hayden, Poland, Seery, Perkey, Leo,
Wilson, Mr. Blaney.
3rd Row--Porter, Pukach, Fielding, Davich,
Absent-Pow, Miracle, Jones, Jebekis, Wilhelm,
Vreen, Morrisetti, McBride, Cavich, Bull.
lst Row-Barber, Bosnic, Kangja, Babiak, Evans,
Yarclic, Kostelich, Doyle, Grafton, Jackman.
Znd Row+D0mlaclovac, Jenkins, Dyke, Longo,
Hawanchak, Dorazio, Cable.
3rd Row-Desantis, Zumich, Ihnat, Donina, Mc-
Ginnis, Kosanovich, Bernardi.
President . ....,.. ..,...4,,,,.........,.,., ...,.... J o hn Barone
Vice President ...,... .......... J ohn Zbihley
Secretary . .,..,..,. ...,..,..., V irginia Alam
Treasurer .........,..,....4.,4.,,..., ,.,. M illicent Maravich
Glass of 1950
lsr Row-Maravich, Maroll, Ball, Myers, Volpe,
Yurko, Carano, Santilli, Lucas, Revell.
Znd Row-Malcris, Burris, Richards, Dimitrovich,
Prisuta, Vincich, D'Eramo, Wagner, Mrs.
3rd Row-Begg, Barone, Orsag, Milanovich.
lst Row-Skorich, Korlarz, Vincz, Collins, Sharps,
Dravich, Canning, Belish, Davic, Dowdell.
Znd Row-Mrs. Benedict, Sargeson, Kalciou, Mc-
Connell, Baker, Barbour, Joseph.
3rd Row-Stiteler, DelGussie, Smith, Caravacci
lst Row-Grobaski, Belan, Montini, Russo, Wis-
niewski, Nolfi, Marshall, Radur, Ross.
2nd Row-Mecaro, Danovich, Yelaca, Duplcan-
ich, Vitale, Barbuto, Mr. Crawford.
3rd Row-Palombo, Marenkovich.
Absent-Koza, Tarquinio, Gianilcas, Leheny, Mill-
er, Richards, Tisza.
lst Row-Vuckovich, Lloyd, Rubino, Petrick,
Racly, Tkatch, Boro, Grago, Daniels, Green.
Znd Row-Mr. Elliott, Gross, Frey, Kosto, D'An-
3rd Row-Walker, Laslcarides.
lst Row-Restaino, Vasko, Prisuta, David, Shu-
mate, Suhan, Davis, Grasha, Barbato, Koz-
2nd Row-Mrs. Coulter, Simmons, Elliott, Burket,
Milanovich, Hamilton, Forbes, Fouse, Laslcy
3rd Row-Jeschlce, Barna, Marmaduke, Markis
lst Row-Jacob, Piocquidio, Slceriotis, Baldwin,
Mr. Swarts, Tomei, Munro, l-lolnson, Golixer.
Znd Row-Finlcs, Ozimok, Mihalilc, Houston,
Smothers, Farland, Lalcas.
Row-Huff, Kemp, Blair, Jones, Majors.
Ist Row-Tepsich, Todd, Guira, Lise, Matthews,
Pfiefer, Hanshew, Yellancl, Wallace Stamm.
Znd Row-Mr. Milanovich, Pitts, Kulha, Reclcer,
Turney, Seely, Ross, Winovich.
Row-Vladovich, Suzich, Buclous, Radovich,
Planera, Maravich, Wyland.
Row-Tibolet, Ralich, McCal'ferty, Mozena,
Nliso, Gaitenaris, Donina, Cino, Pavlovich,
Znd Row-Mr. Reinish, Eberle, Sisson, Testa, Mc-
Carthy, Durham, Canclelmo, Farber.
3rd Row-Jenkins, Walker, Hussey, Colonna,
lst Row-Franlcos, Sundy, Young, Swartz, Bertoli,
Oddis, Crnkovich, Bracci, DiGiovine, Mc-
Row-fMancini, Gelbar, DiCicco, Mansuetri,
Voyvodich, Zohralc, Sylvester, Mr. Zahor-
Row-Simmons, Padgett, Nelson, Colule, Tom-
er, Fowler, Woods.
Row-Gastfriend, Scabavea, Bish, Keyser, Del
Guzzo, Meyers, Piccioni, Montini, Marzovac,
Row-Mr. Hartley, Kovac, Resonavich, Cind-
rich, Timcislco, Rinlcer, Morrisette, Fetlcovich.
Row'-Cox, Moore, Roma, Orsag, Facaris
lst Row-Mascian, Montini, Stuchlolc, Michaels,
Lawrence, Alam, Lulcetich, Slcilaa, Smega,
Row-D'Alessandris, Green, Thomas, Mitch-
ell, Robson, Yanlco, Martinlca, Newell, Mr.
Row-Proakis, Morris, Pontis, Moslcola.
lst Row-Fletcher, George, Smith, Cannon, Res-
taino, Valiga, Piccola, Grago, Nichols,
Znd Row-Mrs. Edwards, Marlcovich, Augustine,
Vitale, Liptak, Salonus, Romantine.
3rcl Row+Mihalilc, Jones, Sambol, Corbin, Bod-
nar, Fontana, Murphy.
lst Row-McGarvey, Milclos, Honchalc, Canning,
MCI-iaffie, Chizmar, Meli, Chabala.
Zncl Row-Elias, Walker, Duncan, Palomino, Av-
clellas, McKenna, King, Mr. Niclclas.
3rd Row-Sutton, Tucker, Haluga.
lst Row-Copak, Dzugan, DiNello, Kozel, Evans,
Moslces, Byrd, Meade, Marshall, Rizzo.
Znd Row-Mrs. Mcwillianis, Spercluti, Grossi, Pat-
terson, Lapcevich, Colangelo, Davies.
3rcl Row-Stern, Myers, Strother, Tipper, Powell,
lst Row-Herda, Gianscoli, Montini, Oster, Kos-
onovich, Jozsa, DiCosmo, Rivetti, Tilly,
Znd Row-Mrs. Mansell, Infantozzi, Bock,
Stamhol, Devaney, Carl, Krivan, Duganich,
3rd Row-Marchioncla, Mihalcin, Purclie, Gaydos,
Kovacevic, Scabavea, Seech, Kuchera.
lst Row-Gray, Oldham, M. Shannon, Ronghi,
Timlco, Lise, Gilbert, DelTurc , Trlculja,
Znd Row-Mrs. Marsden, Iannamorelli, Hyre, S.
Shannon, Strothers, Zobralc, Tselepis, De-
3rcl Row-Oaks, Dolnaclc, Campbell, Ball, Salva-
ore, Powell, Kolich, DelGuzzo.
lst Row-Skurla, Mudriclc, Bakewell, Bright, D'
Antonio, Miller, Caler, Carpenter, Antonis,
Zncl Row-Mr. Gregg, Chismar, Bruce, Farelli,
Sprohar, Mott, Stala, DiNardo, Allen.
3rd Row+Farlancl, Behun, Billingsl-ea.
. MISS POIARKOFF
lst Row-Fink, Bailey, Compston, Argenbright,
Copalc, Ceravolo, Brown, Gianilcos, Lucas,
Znd Row-Miss Poiarlcoff, Diclcton, Mock, Kiefer,
Carroll, Viraliotis, Daniel,
3rd Row-Buday, Costanza, Budinko.
lsr Row-Crawford, Tisch, Costanza, Sarris, Pur-
nell, Bruni, Benedict, Biscan, Kohler, Frioni
Znd Row-Mr. Davis, Theoclorou, Keriotis, Graf-
ton, Kish, Akins, Crevar, Lang.
3rd Row-Bass, Hines, Henry, Silvestri, Scarazzo
DiCicco, Hiber, Hages.
lst Row-Forbes, Britza, Smith, Yezzi, Wagner
Nigh, McNeill, Morrow, Ferris, Sambol.
Znd Row-Mrs. Kirk, Scoumis, Manolovich, Estok,
Metropoulos, Petrie, Maravich, Sisson
3rd Row-Puckett, Ferri, Borov.
lst Row-Carey, Itzkovitz, Fouse, Orr, Currie
Morton, Evans, Placicli, Rivetti, Mastellino
Znd Row-Katz, Montini, Meute, Leone, Daw-
kins, Sharps, Leo, Merison, Legge.
3rd Row-Feldman, Morrison, Petrie, Brown.
lst Row-Perich, Tyson, Cummings, Crnkovicll
Jones, Evans, Joloskey, Campely, Hoffman
Zncl Row-Mr. Adams, Kocher, Sharps, Voyvo
dich, Hines, Puskarich, Frohm, Ross, Glad
3rd Row-Vasko, McMullen, Palmieri, Kozlow-
ski, Pitts, Zambory, Saxon, Sakol, Vogel
lst Row-Sims, Waryck, Wazmer, French, Rich
ards, G. Bucan, Lane, Simoni, Rosich, Ma
Zncl Row-Mrs. Richards, DeNuzzio, Fink, Scar
azzo, Emfielcl, Piekiel-ek, Sisson, D. Bucan
3rd Row-Rinaldi, Santilli, Stotler, Piotrowski
lst Row-Sutherland, Hannan, Beal, Duthaler
Eyman, Grubyesich, Wasil, Hineman, Kirk
Znd Row-Passodelis, Wytiaz, Waryck, Rose
Short, Taylor, Rager, Belich, Mrs. Bradley.
3rd Row-Laman, Zubaly, Manasterski, Woods
lst Rowawfagner, O'Brien, D. Kossler, Hayden
Crisi, Mascian, Woznicki, Mangiarelli, Mc
Zncl Row-Miss Frank, Mott, Pompeani, Merri
man, Bergandy, Slizik, Kosto, Romantine
3rd Row-Otto, Gourley, Bracci, Gentil, Murphy
Martin, L. Kossler, Frey, Koletich, Plz-mera
Glass of ICQSQ
Ist Row-Lazzeri, Kalamas, Frederick, Wood-
ward, Hayden, Sorris, Legge, Lukacin, Vasilis,
Znd Row-Herda, Tilly, Cipriani, Gutierrez,
Gulley, Gladish, Chiotti, Davidson, Green,
3rd Row-Jones, Vreen, Leo, Shoemaker, Gian-
lst Row-McKenzie, Lyles, Sligh, Gilbert, Ander-
son, Brown, Standley, Beck, Fink.
Znd Row-Glenn, Lee, Zeljak, Hribar, Volitich,
Neison, Welch, Williams, Hudson, Miss Coch'
3rd Row-Galzarano, Munro, McNie, Cavoulas,
lst Row-Dravich, Miller, Perkey, Kimbrough,
Glenn, Painter, Ringle, Kirin, Miller, Mott.
Zncl Row-Palmieri, Colonna, Gianetti, Marshall,
Oaks, Marovich, Cipriani, Dull, Miss Wauro.
3rd Row-D'Eramo, Prigorac, Niman, Dunn.
lst Row-Johns, Strother, Temple, Lewis, Priest,
Miller, Matajasic, Nelson, Schneck, Ross.
Znd Row-Miss Halama, Paciotti, Krieger, Kerns,
Stanclley, Harvath, Vail, Hunter, Wytiaz,
3rd Row-Thomas, Thornton, Hribar, juth, Wil-
son, Ferguson, Piroli.
lst Row-Watkins, Gill, West, Schwarz, Trump,
Welsh, Miller, Rembert, Martin.
Zncl Row-Land, Rady, Shaffer, Lee, Neill, Man-
suetti, Smolich, Morrison, Miss McMillan.
3rd Row-Miller, Zugay, Wallace, Varosky, Rad-
lst Row-Forbes, Clarke, Cosby, Cowart, Basile,
Marks, Davis, Blair, Miller, Celich.
Zncl Row-Miss Moran, Crnkovich, Chilli, Barber,
Santia, Charles, Polombo, Brougher, Frank.
3rd Row-Balaich, Dupkanich, Baclous, Blackson,
Coladonato, Walker, Steals, Beck, Freeman.
lst RowfTaddeo, Ogrodski, Rogan. Malo-
2nd Row-Oros, Slezak. Mavricli, Mansueti,
3rd ow Nlr Ladish Smith DiGiovine.
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Hamilton, Yasich, Modock.
Row-Ross, Cercone, Gieri, DiGiovine.
Wtbb. Ciccone. Calafactor. Amoroso.
2nd Row-Dukovich. Suhy, DiBacco. Slezak.
Lockhart, Buchanan, Ayoob.
3rd Rowicfhabala. Ciccone, Delgelice, Cor-
si, Vananzi, Mr. Petty.
UPPER AUTO MECHANICS
lst Row-fBagherti, DelTurco. I-Iramilca.
Ross. Vurdelja, McCrory, Cycholl.
2nd Row-AUnis, Crnkovich, Cangiano, De-
Martines, Myers, Reno, Grubich.
3rd Row-fciiofre. Gianetti, Grabski. Mi-
halik. Lulcetich, Mr. Nelson.
LOWER AUTO MECHANICS
Ist Row--Gouse, Rodich, Lalama. Karas,
Gula. Santia. Bochak.
2nd Rowfcarimolia, B 0 r 0 v. Potsczny,
Clark. Zbihley, Gilbert,
3rd RowilVlr. Biechler. Cory, Ringle. Shan-
non. lVlcCandIess. Reback.
lst RowfDzugan, Glenn, Stewart, Rivetti,
Lovra, Glad. Pettibon, Brandon.
2nd Row--Smallwood, Juth. Mervosh, Trk-
3rd RowilVlr. Ciriacy, Sutherland, Saxon.
Thomas, Todd. Davies.
lst Row-Dickton, Kramer. Bazmore, Del-
Grero, D'Ambrogi, Biesenkamp. Koza
2nd Row-Mareanin, Porter, Fayad. Shahen.
3rd Row-'-Barbour. Evans. Radut. Bedeko-
RowfGlovier, Palombo, Wright, Rubeis
2nd Row-Delisio, Krnyevich, Kanfoush
Mazzocca, Ross, Cancelli, Gregor.
3rd RowiYager. DiGiovine, Mr. Glass
lst Row---Tirilc, Pontis. Rodich. Lucci, Ber
Row-Guzie, Fortunato, Iezzi, Ciindrich
Bianca, Lloyd, Kriso.
3rd Row4Mr. Brobeck, McNeill, Petitta.
Roscoe. Sundy. Slcorich, Gardlilc.
' Providing training in electrical construction, auto mechanics, carpentry, and machinists' trades
as well as courses in English, history, related mathematics, related science and drawing, the Indus-
trial department is a well-integrated part of the high school curriculum.
Boys enter their respective training during their sophomore year and move to the advanced upper
level in their junior year. They are assigned to senior home rooms during the second half of
their senior year.
Loyal to their respective groups as well as the school, the boys have
part in school and community campaigns. The Industrial Club and
growths of the department, providing extra curricular activity for
scholarship and leadership on the part of many upper level boys has
ber inducted into the National Honor Society each year.
a creditable record for their
V. C. A. C. are direct out-
their members. The high
been evidenced by the num-
Hit 'cm again . . .harder . . . harder!
Teamwork in competition, though in
win or defeat, is essential and beneficial
to the growing mind and body. Hard
and cold are the results of competi-
tion in the scoreboolc, but spiritually
uplifting is that spirit of leadership
. . . the guiding hand on a held of
CARL A. ASCHMAN
Coach Carl, a truly fine sportsman.
A gentleman on as well as off the
field, he has compiled a creditable rec-
ord during his past six years with the
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Nick Uram Kenneth Webb Stanley Brubeck Sam Milanovich
Football, a traditional high-spot of Red and Black
activity, was a puzzling mixture of flourishes and
depressions for the 1947 season. Losing fourteen
lettermen from 1946, Coach Aschman had to re-
build his football machine from the bottom up.
With little experience, they lost all but one game,
but in each their determination to win was evi-
dent. Even in defeats, it seemed that Fate, too,
was playing against our boys, with seldom the
right combination of ubreaksl' that could have
won perhaps two or three more ball games.
Carrying the ball from the fullback position were
Clarence Shaw and Frank Orr. I-Ialfback slots
were shared by Florige Polombo, Bob Batchelor,
Matt Belich, Mike Vurdelja, and Norman Cory
who alternately took their stand in offensive and
defensive playing. The quarterbacking depart-
ment went to Mike Lovra, who did the passing
and kicking for the team. In the terminal posi-
tions, we had Bob Grossi, Bill Metropoulas, Way-
man Todd, and John Barone, with tackles, Ernie
Nero and Dan Metropoulas, playing some fine
ball, also. Two newcomers, juniors, Bill Waryck
and John Gregor, strengthened the center of the
line at the guard slots, while Center, Nick Klopo-
vich was kick-off man.
Losing their opener to North Catholic, then beat-
ing Butler, the team was given a definite setback
with their ensuing losses to Central Catholic,
Rochester, Ambridge, Ellwood City, Beaver Falls,
and New Castle. The last games, however, show-
ed a pick-up in team spirit that was seconded by
the home-town following. The will to win evi-
denced at the close of the season emphasized the
. . . May our spirits never die of the Alma
Top: Brown, Cory, Vurdulja. Batchelor, Polumbo, D. Metropoulos, B. Metropoulos, Shaw.
Bottom: Lovra, Klopovich, Waryck, Grossi, Barone, Orr, Gregor, Todd.
Aliquippa Opponent Aliquippa Opponent
7 North Catholic ...... ,. .. ., 18 Z Ambridge . ..
13 Butler . .,..,..,.. .... . .. 6 7 Ellwood City
0 Central Catholic ..., .. ., .18 20 Beav-er Falls
7 Rochester .,,. ., .... H18 New Castle
Left: Dan Metropoulos blocking and Bud Shaw carrying the ball.
Middle: Willie Tipper stopped after a long gain.
Right: O'Mahoney is stopped.
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Kenny, as he is known to his
friends, has completed his first
year as head basketball coach,
assisted by Sam Milanovich.
Both are true sportsmen in
every sense of the word.
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Duquesne ...... New Castle .. ..
Johnstown .,,. Sharon .... ..... . .. ..
Altoona 4..,.,. Farrell ..., . ..,... ...., .
N. Catholic . Ellwood City ..... ......,...,
Wilkinsburg 4,., . . ., Ambridge .... .,... .
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New Castle ..., Scottdale .... .... , .
Sharon .,....,. 1VlcKeesport ..... ., ,..,,.
THREE YEARS . . . Three Championship Teams
Under the direction of Kenneth Webb, the 1947-
48 basketball squad racked up an outstanding
season record of 18 wins and five defeats to cop
the W. P. I. A. L. Section III and Beaver County
Championships for the third consecutive year.
Unbeatable spirit and desire to play good ball
were evident throughout the season.
Composed of eight senior veterans from the var-
sity and reserve squads, the team included John
Sudar, Joe Zugay, Andy Dobo, Albert Mudry,
John Kendrick, Reginald Bright, Al Tomeo, and
Nick Klopovich. Additions to the varsity squad
were Mike Zernich, James Frank, and Clarence
A starting line-up consisting of Mudry and Zer-
nich at forward, Dobo and Zugay at guard, and
John Sudar at center carried the Quips to a
smashing victory over the Alumni on the local
hardwood for the opening of their pre-league sea-
son. Next, Homestead took the rail-end of a 48-
36 game. The locals then racked up their high-
est score of the season, an 80-29 win over New
In their first away game, the Quips met defeat at
Duquesne with a 46-41 score. Victories over
Johnstown and Altoona brought steady ball back
into play, and North Catholic fell prey with a 62-
46 score as the Section III title race began.
They came, they saw, they conquered, are about
the best words to describe the game in Beaver
Falls. The Quips scored a 50-41 win with A1
Mudry paving a 16 point stretch for honors.
Despite Mudry,s 26 point record, the boys met
defeat in Wilkinsburg. Although not a Section
game, the short end of a 51-46 score did mar the
Returning to the local hardwood, the Quips
bounced back from defeat to turn the fables on
New Castle with a 41-33 win. A winning Sharon
fielder in the last four seconds of play marred the
sectional record of the team in a thrill-packed
Bengal gymnasium, but a 51-39 trouncing for Far-
rell reprieved them.
Ellwoocl City was next on the local agenda, and
with John Kendrick's fine playing, the 54-42 win
But the never-to-be-forgotten game of the year
was the Ambridge tilt. With the football defeat
ringing in their ears, the boys tore the Bridgers
apart, rivet for rivet, as they scored their 75-24
Proving their only defeat at home, the Beaver
Falls Tigers played tit-for-tat with a 51-48 defeat
for the title-bound Quips.
Now the going was rough. A win over New
Castle, playing up-hill all the way to a 54-46 vic-
First Row-Mgrs. Sullivan, McConnell, Morris.
Second Row-Danovich, Mudry, Zernich, Shaw, Sudar, Zugay, Dobo, Frank.
Third Row-Asst. Coach Milanovich, Cable, Bright, Fibbe, Tomeo, Kendrick, Klopovich, Richards, Coach
tory over the Hurricanes, insured the standing
of the club. Feeling ran high at the game as it
proved to be one of the most spirited on the floor
and in the bleachers. The feeling ran so high
that spectators damaged the players bus to the
extent of 5225.
With forty seconds remaining in the tilt, Mickey
Zernich made a basket and gave Aliquippa a 42-
40 victory over the Sharon Bengals in their sec-
ond meet. Traveling to Farrell for a contest that
eventually decided the outcome of the sectional
race, the team once more relied upon Zernich for
the winning basket. Their hard-fought 39-37 de-
cision proved the last of the thrillers as Ellwood
City and Ambridge again fell easy prey to the
Quips, might. The Wolverines went home with
a 66-42 defeat while the Bridgers were once more
shellacked with a 58-29 score. Now the locals
were Pitt Stadium-bound for a try at the W. P.
I. A. L. Championship.
With A1 Mudry scoring 17 points, the Quips beat
Scottdale in a quarter-final tilt with a score of 49-
39. But in meeting McKeesport in the semi-
finals, the boys showed the effects of a long, hard
season and lost their heart-breaker, 46-36.
Action on the Hardwood
Left-Tough luck, Shaw. Upper-Looks good from here, Dobo. Right-They can't stop Zer-
nich. Lower-Mudry fouled by O'Hara.
. . . teacher, counselor, friend,
and above all, a fine sportsman.
To him is attributed the out-
standing athletic recorcl that he
helped make for A. H. S. Au
revoir . . .
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4 Beaver ..
'Games lost on forfeit
First Row-Coach Lippe. Simko, Ceravolo, Cable, Zugay, Ciccone.
Second Row-Evanku, Wallace, Villa, Slezak, Celich, Klopovich.
Third Row-juth, Lovra, Richards, Lagstla, Dukovich.
Fourth Row--Managers: McConnell, Sullivan, Buclousg Ball, Passeri. Mgr. Gerasimon, Scorekeepet Morris,
Mgr. Sudar. K
action-pins on fine Diamond
The opening pitch of the Quip and Ambridge
game ushered in the 1947 W. P. I. A. L. baseball
season which netted Aliquippa High another vic-
torious team. With most of the veteran players
returning, the Red and Black's prospects for an-
other successful season were very encouraging.
Directed and guided by Coach Lippe and whole-
heartedly cheered by the entire community, the
Quips diamond players swept from one glorious
victory to another to finish what they thought
would be another trial at the section champion-
Due to an infraction of the rules, the Quips lost
the first seven games on forfeit. Lloyd Cable and
Joe Ceravolo, two Quip mainstays, participated in
a charity basketball game with Coach Sam Milan-
ovich and were declared ineligible because Mr.
Milanovich was considered a professional, there-
by eliminating the Quips from the flag race. Ali-
quippa would have completed its difficult ten
game schedule undefeated and would have trod
home with the section bacon for the seventh
Playing honors were distributed among Ciccone,
our second baseman, who with an average of 515,
won the reputation as the best lead-off batter in
the section, first baseman, Clarence Neish, who
also was good with the big stickug Joe Ceravolo
at shortstop and Simko at third base completed a
strong and well fortified infield contributing their
share of fielding and hitting. Joe Zugay, Lloyd
Cable, and Edward Evanko alternately carried
the pitching chores and outfield duties with Nick
Klopovich supporting them as a relief hurler.
William Slezak, Bob Grossi, Albert Dukovich,
and Steve Celich saw action behind the plate.
Mike Lovra and Bob Wallace participated in sev-
eral innings of play in the infield while Tom Rich-
ards and Lou Villa alternated in the outfield.
Marvelous teamwork was displayed by all the
boys, and often it was difficult to decide who was
the star of the game. The speed, agility, and co-
ordination of the Quips deserve our thanks and
appreciation for their fine play throughout the
Top-Simko attempts a put-out. Middle-Zugay round
ing third. Bottom-Cicconi safe at third.
Chess ountfzti .
A truly fine man, teacher, and
counselor. Affiliated with ath-
letics at A. H. S. for the past
Z5 years, Coach Jones is head
mentor in Cross Country, Track
and Junior High Basketball.
Coach Roger Jones moulded a State Champion-
ship squad for the second straight year. After
losing such men as Barnes, Nelson, Meade, Dally,
and Vignovich from the 1946 squad, he had to
depend upon Sullivan, Davies, Sargeson, and
Henry, and they didn't let him down.
Aliquippa won five of the eight dual meets on
their schedule. Led by Tom Sargeson, the Quips
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32 New Castle . .... ,
21 Kittanning ..., ....,.
20 Brentwood . .. .
29 C. Catholic .,., .,
15 New Kensington ,
28 lVlt. Lebanon ., .,.,., . ..
I5 Langley .. ....,..., ,........., . .. .. .
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P. I. A. A. ,.1st
defeated the Bridgers Z0-35 at Amhridge. In the
first home meet of the season, they met defeat
at the hands of New Castle, 32-23. They toolc
the next four in order-Kittanning, Brentwood,
Central Catholic, and New Kensington.
The Quips were now considered a threat to take
the crown because of their perfect 15-40 victory
over New Kensington. But in their next meet,
Sargeson breaks the tape.
Come on Wilson!
First Row--Sullivan, Welch, Sargeson, Powell, Murphy, Wilson.
Second Row1TrkuIja, Davies, Henry, Yarosh, Woolaway, Ginand, Coach jones.
the Bulldogs from Mt. Lebanon nosed out the
Quips in a thriller, 28-27. A perfect 15-40 score
resulted in their final dual meet with Langley.
In the W. P. I. A. L. Championship races at the
Penn Township course, the Quips came in second
to insure taking a full team to the state champion-
ship meet. Ar State College, the Quips took
first place, and for the second straight year, were
crowned the Cross Country Champions of Penn-
OVER THE LINE . . . YES!
Aliquippa's Tom Sargeson is seen crossing the line in a real photo finish that, nevertheless,
netted Ambridge a victory.
First Row-Danovich, Richards, Fibbe, Cable, Montini.
Second Row-Barnes, Orsag, Walker, Stoken, Greco.
Third Row-Su7ich'. Nlarmaduke. Roma, Moore. Barnn.
Coach Sam lVlilanovich's reserves, the future varsity, completed just as successful a season as the
varsity. The reserves, however, accomplished something that many reserve teams of the past
could not: They defeated the Sharon reserves in a home game. Many of the games were very
close, but our reserve team had a firm hold on victory. Dale Cable and George Danovich led the
team in scoring throughout the season. It was the consistent playing of these boys that enabled
the reserves to achieve such a record. All the preliminary games were well played and gave the
spectators something to remember in view of our next basketball season. If these boys play the
t e of ball that the are ca able of Ali ui a Hi h School will have another winner in 1949.
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JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
First Row-Hines, Poops. Steals, Billingslea, Hribar, Stala.
Second Row-Mr. jones, Smolich, Pitts, Gladich, Allen, Passodelis.
The Junior High Basketball team, coached by Roger Jones, has completed the most successful
season in the history of the high school. They have copped twenty-two straight decisions with-
out a defeat, and the Junior W. P. I. A. L. crown. This record even surpasses the 1944-45 sea-
son when, with one loss, the Junior High team still took the W. P. T. A. L. crown. Their daily
practice sessions have not only proved creditable, but it will in the future as they step into the
varsity roles. This year they participated in a rather tough schedule, with teams such as Am-
bridge, New Castle, New Brighton, and Greensburg for the WPIAL championship. The exper-
ience gained in these games brings them that much closer to reserve and varsity duty.
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. . . Don,t forget the bake sale . . .
This meeting will come to orclerf,
High in purpose and achievement, the
high school organizations provide ex-
tra-curricular activity that promotes
leadership and teamwork, develop-
ment and achievement . . . the hand-
maicls of success.
Mrs. A. G. Martin
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r Char gs ec er FIRST SEMESTER
AdVlS0l' First Row-Morris, Eberle, Feldman, Behun, Kovac. Ball, Taddeo, R. Babich, Vlodovich, Ringle.
Second Row-Piccioni, Bertoli, Luketich, Steinberger, Longo, Costanza. Evans, Byrd, Woodward, Davis
Lyles, Marshall, Bcdnar.
Third Row--Barna, Keriotis, Ginand, Miketich, Belich, Fricano, Belan, Jackman, Salvati, Tarquinio, Fer
raccio, Dubic, Del Guzzo, Petlibon.
Fourth Row-Patton, Barone, Mihalik, Colonna, N. Babich, Mascia, Chizmar, Garlley, Smith, McBride
Jones, Williams, Gentile, Daniel, Wallace.
First Semester Second Semester
President . . .. , .......,., ..,.,.,,,.,. ..., , J ohn Wallace President .... . . . ...,, ,..,... , . , , . Evan Tilly
Vice President . , ....,. John Barone Vice President .. ,.,.,., . , ,. Alvin Eberle
Secretary-Treasurer ., ,........ John McBride Secretary-Treasurer ..,.. .Peggy Jaclcman
Sergeant-at-Arms .,.. ...,. W alter Vladovich Sergeant-at-Arms ..... .... .,.. ,.... R i c hard Sisson
Parliamentarian Y.,.,............,..........,... Dolores Miketich Parliamentarian ...,......,,.. ,......... T haddeus Piotrowslci
Affiliated with the national Student Council, this group of homeroom presidents
serves as a unifying force to discover the need for and work toward improvement of
the high school as well as schooling its members in parliamentary procedure.
Elected each semester, these spolcesmen for their homeroom groups bring before
the Council such problems, complaints, and applicable improvements as may bet-
ter school spirit and property.
Beaver Falls High Schoolls Student Council were among recent visitors of the
group. Visits from these district high school Councils have served to acquaint the
members with their problems, plans, and activities.
A project of the year was the promotion of a school clean-up campaign.
J SECOND SEMESTER
First Row-Lazzeri, Benedict, Copak, Timcisko, Jackman, Tilly, Eberle, Piotrowski, Maravich, Stein-
berger, DiGiovine, Mangiarelli, Como.
Second Row-Frank, Ross, Mavrich, Rubeis, Biega, Clipper, Wasil, Skurla, Marshall, Find, McKenzie,
Vukmarovich, Mrs. A. G. Martin.
ThirdMRowfIlMr. C. Biechler, Radonovich, Powell, Purdie, Caramalis, Lake, Copak, Ciamacca, Smith,
Fourth Row-Pitts, Yasich. Babich, Sarnbol, Moskala.
Fifth Row-Fielding, Thornton, Sundy, DelGuzie.
Miss K. Lydia Frank
First Row-Biega, Rowley, Laskarides, Velonis, Ball, Hodges, Krosney, Johns, Braun, D'Ottavio, Gera- S onsor
simon, Davenport. U P
Secor-d Row-Mooney, Woznicki, Vincic, Fisher, Lukacin, Colonna, Villa, Peters, Kusic, Petty,
Third Row-Tilly, Simko, Faber, Metropoulas, DiGiovine, Wallace, Resanovich, Tomeo, Japic, Zajac,
First Semester Second Semester
President .. ,. . . . Joe P. Faber President .....,.,. Anteoppe Velonis
Vice President ,... Catherine Gerasimon Vice President ', ..,........ Anna Barone
Secretary ......, .. .. ..., Gladys Kusic Secretary ......... , ..,,.,,....., ..... lVl erry Fisher
Treasurer .... .....,.. J oe Japic Treasurer ...,, ., .... ,.Armando DiGiovine
To create an enthusiasm for Scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render Service, to pro
mote worthy Leadership and to encourage in the pupils of our high school such habits of conduct
as will develop the highest type of Characterf, is the purpose of the National Honor Society.
Eligibility for membership in this honor organization includes a 2.5 average in all scholastic
subjects, an exemplificarion of the purpose, and a desire to further oneself and others in the same
A current activity of the Society,s active and graduate membership is to raise money toward a
ten thousand dollar Memorial Scholarship Fund to be awarded annually to a student who has com
pleted one year in an institution of higher learning. Contributions have been group, personal, and
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS FALL INITIATES
joe Papic, Treasurer: Gladys Kusic, Secretary, Joe P. First Row-Rose D'Ottavio, Janice Davenport, Doris Ball,
Faber, President, Catherine Gerasimon, Vice President. joan Woznicki, Athena Laskaricles, Roberta Johns, Jeanne
Villa, Irene Lukacin.
Second Row-Dan Metropoulas, Mike Simko, Phyllis Biega,
Yvonne Vincic, Merry Fisher, Barbara Mooney, Evan
Tilly, Ted Zajac.
FIRST SEMESTER STAFF
SECOND SEMESTER STAFF
Miss Florence Bonomi
First Row-Maneloveg, Braun, Faber, DeMartines, Sponsor
Se'ond Row--Honatke, Pelligrini, Peters, Kaminski, -
kusic, D.omVio. Miss Belle Adams
Seated: First Row-N. Skeriotis, Pellegrini, Tim- ASSISIHIUI
cisko, Focht, Stanichak.
Second Row-Witko, Morris, Maruhnich, Paras-
cenzo, Biega. Prisuta.
Standing-R. Wallace, Miss Adams. Miss Bonomi.
M. Skeriotis, 1. Wallace, Murphy, Kushera,
First Semester Second Semester
Editor-in-Chief . , . ,. Joe P. Faber Editor-in-Chief . . ,.,. Robert Wallace
Assistant Editor . . Louise DeMartines Assistant Editor ,. 4.,, . , . .,.,..Nonc
News Editor ...,.. ..,.. S harl-ene Morris News Editor Sharlene Morris
Club Editor , 4 . ., Joyce Peters Club Editor . .. 4 Joyce Peters
Literary Editor , . .. Helen Honatke Literary Editor .4 .,4.,,None
Feature Editor .,., .... M artha Braun Feature Editor ..,., Phyllis Maneloveg
Sports Editor .... .. .,.... John Wallace Sports Editor . . ..John Wallace
Art Editor .... , , .4.. ,....... . .,Gladys Kusic Art Editor .. . , , , Nancy Slceriotis
Typing Editor , .... Josephine Pellegrini Typing Editor Josephine Pellegrini
Business Manager ,. ..,...... Waltrer Kaminslci Business Manager . ,. . . . Mary Slceriotis
Circulation Manager 4 . . . .4.4. Rose D'Ottavio Circulation Manager , . . Clarabelle Focht
Has anyone seen Joe?',
Is Chat,s column in yet?,'
Hey Bob, are your editorials written?', . . . and so on into Saturday, and the QUIP
SCRIPT goes to press.
Published every two weelcs, the QUIP SCRIPT is a umustu for every high school
student. With news coverage ranging from the latest administrational decisions
and class activities to club and athletic events, the school newspaper has gained rec-
ognition in national competition as well as providing the school with an up-to-date
record of activities.
The staff includes reporters from all classes and courses, while several have part-
time jobs with the local newspaper, also.
Recent awards Won by the QUIP SCRIPT include: First Group Rating - dupli-
cated newspaper-Pa. School Press Associationg International First Place Award,
Quill and Scroll, All-American, National Scholastic Press Association.
NEWS HOUNDS ALL
First Row-Miss Adarns, Meade. Braun, Bruni, Skeriotis, Honatke. Fochl, Marshall, Byrd, Rivetti, Pelle-
' grim. Miss Bonomi.
Second Row-jD'Ottavio, Morris. DeMai-tines, Ronghi, Vitale. Timcisko. Knsir. Parascenzo. Maruhnich, Witko,
' Russo. Nlcastro, N. Skeriotis, Testa.
Third Row-Sandy. Woznicki, Eberle. Hurly, Biega, Faber. Kaminski, Peters, Maneloveg, Prisuta. Not
present: J. Wallace.
lVliss Jo Ann Cochran
Mrs. Grace Marsden
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Mike Maravich. Isabel Colonna, Lou Stamos Dean Risher, Joyce Peters, Chat Wallace. Joe Stanichak
Classes Editor .
Girl's Sports . . .
Art Editor .
Copy Editor .. , .
Business Manager .,
, Catherine Gerasimon
, Gladys Kusic
Mary Ann Bentel
, . ..Gus Athanassion
., Dolores Refice
Editor-in-Chief ...,.. ....... .... . . .
Girlis Sports ...,.
Feature Editor ,,
Copy Editor ..,., ,... . , ,. .....
Business Manager ,...,. ,.,.. . .. .
Advertising Manager ..., . Evan T
, . John Wallace
. , . Lou Stamos
illy, Dean Risher,
Wheef-w'e,re goin, to have one after allln
Who's the editor? . . . on to the wee hours and chilled November days, and then we got started.
Covers, printers, engravers, photographers, questions . . . they all landed on our shoulders once
we'd been elected by our fellow class members. But we kept breathing, gave assignments, said
Cheese for Mr. Shiflet and prayers for Gus, pasted pictures, typed our fingers to their cuticles,
said goodbye to the january grads and hello-ed ourselves into a deluge of the same work, made a
rush to the printer. And here it is.
The number of people involved in the QUIPPIAN'S publication turned it into a regular factory
of activity. We hope our product pleases you.
THE CAUSE OF IT ALL
First Row-Athanassion, Simko, Stanichak, Gourley, Brown. Lewis, Tilly, lVlcCanuel, Stamos.
Second Row-Myers, Peters, Flick, Kusic, Gerasimon, Faber, Wallace, Kofler, Miketich, Abraham,
Vincic, Fisher, Smith.
Third Row-Mrs, Marsden, Koulepis, Jacobs. Colonna. Laskarides, Costanza, Ruscitti, Braun,
Villa. Hodges. Bradford. Petty, Miss Cochran.
Mr. Donald Adams
Mr. M. Nicklas
. i Sponsors
Second Row-Morris, Poland, Kirk, A. Brown, Palumbo, Gerasimon, Burchett, Cavick, Wilson, Gourley, Wil-
son, Petrie, Ringle.
Third Row-Mr. Adams, Cercone, Wallace, Murphy, Risher, McCanuel, Curran, Pixler, Owens, Curley, Fox,
Fielding, Frey, Mr. Nicklas.
Fourth Row-Beers, Zebic, Sambol, Smith, Buclous. Jones, McLaughlin, DeSalle, Kinkead, Lang, DeVore,
Bright, Zugay, Davey, Lewis, Barone, Sweringen.
First Row-Baker, J. Brown, Davis, Proakis
First Semester Second Semester
President .. .. ...., .,................. . . .David Gourley President . ,. . .. . .. N , ., . ,. . ,, Al Lang
Vice President .... ,.., W illiam Lewis Vice President , .. ,. , . ..Donald Fox
Secretary ........,,., , . Al Lang Secretary ,..,., ...,. Jerry Gerasimon
Treasurer .... .. .,..... Jerry Brown Tr-easurer . ...... Jack DeVore
Sergeant-at-Arms ...,. .....,.. C harles Cercone Sergeant-at-Arms .... .,........ K . R. Smith
Chaplain ,,...,..,....,.. . .... .Edward McCanuel Chaplain ..,.. ..,.,,..... ..... E lton Curran
Steering Committee ,,.. .... . , .,............ Basil Owens Steering Committee ..... ..... W illiam Zebic
Serving the school by ushering at athletic events, graduation exercises and school-community pro-
grams, the Hi-Y may well be called a service organization in addition to providing its members
with a yearly program of social, athletic and instructional activities.
In striving to live up to and promote clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship! and clean living,
the I-Ii Y boys' purpose is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community
high standards of Christian character.
Social events of the year included the annual sweetheart and father and son banquets and attend-
ance at a Pittsburgh Hornets' hockey game. The boys also purchased blue sweaters with their
triangular emblem on them. In addition to regular visits to district YMCA's, the club is active
in intra-mural basketball and soft ball.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS ON THE BALL
Left to right-Jerry Brown, Charles Cei-cone, Bill Lewis, The basketball squad receives instruction from Mr.
Dave Gourley, Basil Owens, Ed McCanuel, Al Lang. Adams.
S Jo Ann Cochran First Row-Miss Poiarkolf, Arbutin, Hodges, Villa, M. Vogel, Bradford, Velonis, Harvey, Johns, Scabavea
Co-Sponsor Popovich, Braun, Davenport, Miss Cochran, E. Vogel.
Second Row-Kotlarz, Focht, Thomas, Smith. Lewis, Buchanan, Laskarides, Rowley, Gerasimon. Woznicki
Harvey, Ayers, Lukacin, Sambol, Mazone, Laney, Maravich.
Third Row-Peters. Davis, Colonna, Hall, Myers, Mooney, Miketich, E. Vincic, Maneloveg, Bentel, Ashton
Oehler, Dorazio, Barber, Fisher, Y. Vincic, Petty, Pinti, Jackson.
President .. , . ,. . . ,. . . Isabel Colonna
Vice President .,... ......, .I anice Davenport
Secretary ........ ..,..... J oan Bradford
Treasurer .... ......,. M erry Fisher
Chaplain ..,. Margaret Lewis
An active group, the Y Teens have as their purpose to see, understand, and promote the Christian
way of life. When called, they are a ready and willing service group.
With a full calendar of activities, for each school month, their hayride, swimming party, and Jack
and Jill banquet have proved highlights of the year. Nor can we forget their hilarious informal
initiation for new members.
As we go to press, the Y Teens are preparing for their annual May Dance, Fantasia,,' sched-
uled for Friday, May 7.
WHERE THERE'S FUN TI-IERE'S FOOD OFFICERS
,h . Left to right-Merry Fisher. Isabel Colonna Janice Dav-
Its no use, we'd know you anywhere, Tmk. enpon, Joan Bradford, Margaret Lewis- '
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First Row-McGraw, Hamilton, Honatke, Gerasimon, Evans, Pukach, Hendricks, Somerlade, Alam, Luketich,
Short, Pai-ascenzo, D'Ottavio, Kovac.
Second Row-Crnkovich, Kusic, Hunt, Lechman, Seech, Jackman, Kofler, Britza, Ondovchik, Christini, Stephan-
ovic, Miss Hullis.
Third Row-Biega, Babiak, Goldsmith, Dimitrovich, Prisuta, Belan, Chiec, Marko, Marmvich, Skiba, Dupkan-
ich, DiNardo, Zinaich, Cerilli.
First Semester Second Semester
President .....,, ., ...,..,..., .,..... .... . , .Margaret Pukach President . .. .... , . Patricia Kofler
Vice President . .. ..,., .,... .......... .....,., M a r y Seech Vice President . . . . , Mary DiNardo
Recording Secretary . .,.,. ,. ..., .Catherine Gerasimon Recording Secretary , , Eleanor Markesich
Corresponding Secretary , ., Rose D,Ottavio Corresponding Secretary . Priscilla Goldsmith
Treasurer .... ,. .. ,..,..,..... , ,Joyce Hunt Treasurer . . , , . .J-ean Parascenzo
Chaplain ..,.. . . ,. ,. Gladys Kusic Chaplain .. . .. Leona Marko
Sergeant-at-Arms ,. Ann Baljak Sergeant-at-Arms . Mary Ann Luketich
Composed of high school girls under the sponsorship of the Y. W. C. A., the Tri I-li Y is the
companion organization of the Hi Y.
The Tri of the club's name signifies the tri-purpose: to create, maintain, and .extend throughout
the school and community high standards of Christian character, triple objectives: To seek, To
find, To shareg platform: Self improvement, Christian fellowship, United serviceg and their three
colors: Red, White and Blue expressing Sacrifice, Purity, and Loyalty. These colors are exempli-
fied in the triangle, torch, and circle, emblems of the organization.
Social activities have been held throughout the year to raise funds for club projects.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS EATIN' AGAIN
First Row--Mary Seech, Margaret Pulcach, Catherine Tri-Hi-Y girls and escorts put on the feed bag.
Gerasimon, Joyce Hunt.
Second Row-Nancy Hendricks, Ann Baljak. Gladys
Kusic, Rose D'Ottavio.
Miss Florence Bonomi
First Row-Forbes, Blackson, B. Marshall, Powell, Abercrombi, Johnson, Mitchell, B. Marshall,
Second Row-Smothers, Miller, Revis, Hobson, Vreen, Lincoln, Meade, Love, Thornton, Miss
President , , , , , Marie Miller
Vice President ., . . . , . .Mary Sims
Corresponding Secretary . Marjorie Darby
Financial Secretary ....,,. . .. .. Phyllis Forbes
Chaplain . ,.... .......,, . .. ., Bernice Meade
Sergeant-at-Arms . . Wilhelminn Vreen
The only organization of its lcind in western Pennsylvania, the Marion Anderson Tri I-Ii Y pro-
motes a purpose similar to the Tri l-Ii Y: To seek, find and share Christian fellowship.
During the year, the girls attended Marian Andersonis concert at the Syria Mosque and gave a
tea for their mothers.
Among their projects, they have sent subscriptions of Coronet to the county tuberculosis sanitor-
ium, and they have talcen their turn in decorating the bulletin boards of Room 29 study hall.
ORDER, PLEASE FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
The girls hold their regular meetings in Miss Bonomi's First Row-Marjorie Darby, Marie Miller. Phyllis
Forbes, Mary Sims.
Second Row-Wilhelmina Vreen, Bernice Meade.
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First Row Maravich, Barone, Cappella, Syrko, Ceccarelli, Unis, Baljak, Radulovich, Koza, Solomon.
Second Row Nicastro, Volitich, David Zugay, Colonna, Villa, Kamenski, Russo, Postal.
Third Row Honatke, Dutkovich. Seech. Skorich. Lukacin, Kwolek, Sharalz, Miketich, Woznicki, Mooney.
President .. .,., ..., L ena Ceccar-elli
Vice President . ., .,,.... Isabel Colonna
Secretary .......... ...., D elores Nlilcetich
Treasurer . .........,.. ..,... B arbara Mooney
Sergeant-at-Arms ..., .,,........ Nl arie Kola
Social Chairman ..., ...,....... .... G ilda Capella
Candy, popcorn, hot-dogs . . . -it's a Leaders' Club girl wending her way through the foot-
ball fans. Though composed of girls high in athletic leadership, this organization has a program
of activity as varied as the seasons.
An interest in girls' athletic events, a B average in physical training, and passing grades in all
scholastic subjects compose the requirements for membership in the Leaders' Club. Through group
and individual effort, the members work to stimulate interest and superior achievement in girls'
athletic events. I
Participation in intra-murals and inter-club athletics, high school and county play-days keeps the
girls in physical trim while the annual Leaders'Club formal, socials, and outings give them a well-
balanced program of activity during the school year. Alumni night is a favorite with the girls
when they meet and re-acquaint themselves with former members of the Leaders' Club.
OFFICERS GREETINGS, ALUMN A
First Row-Isabel Colonna, Lena Ceccarelli, Dolores Mrs. Carver's girls, old and new, meet for the annual
Miketich. Alumna party, March 4.
Second Row-Ann Syrko. Marie Koza, Barbara
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Miss Elsie Cunningham
Mrs Helen Smith
Second Row-Luketich, Placidi, Barone, H. Vitale, Jozsa. Smith, Petty, Ayers, Kinxak, Wasil, Rizzo Costanza
Third Row-Mrs. Smith, Eslok, Stala, Kotlarr. Prisuta, Dunham. Nlfcafferty, Mascia, Cummings Brown
D'Amico, Longo. Suttelle.
President ......,... ,.,.... A nna Barone
Vice President ..... ..,..., A nn Prisuta
Secretary ...., .. ..,..... Julia Josza
Treasurer ..... .,.. H elen Vitale
A group of students representative of the entire school enrollment, the Junior Red Cross is a part
of the national Red Cross program in serving the needy of our community, our country, and our
Their five main projects this year included: making five hundred tray favors for the Deshon veteran
hospital on each holidayg filling Christmas bags for Deshong preparing hand-painted Christmas
menu cards for the Armyg making stuH:ed animals for Christmas giftsg and sending Exchange al-
bums to Australia and South Africa.
The annual Red Cross drive for funds was conducted in the high school through the efforts of the
Junior Red Cross members.
GIVE, PLEASE OFFICERS
juniors to the national Red Cross, this group has done a year-round Ann Prisuta, Anna Barone, Julia jozsa.
Job that deserves highest commendation. Helen Vitale.
First Row-Semga, Oster, DiCosmo, Rivetti, Britza, Vitale, Krosney, Hages, D. Hages, Benedict Koletich
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Mrs. Ann G. Fleming
Mr. Louis P. Ladish
Mr. William Nelson
First Row-Yasick, Japic. Mavrich, Ogrodski. Demich, Oros, Mountain, Shahen. Mr. Donald E. Glass
Second Row-Mrs. Fleming, Ringle. Mcffandless, Yardic. Sutherland, L. DiGiovine, Jackman, Pontis, Shahan.
Rodich, Amoroso, Palumbo, Glovier.
Third Row--Mr. Ladish, Rogan. Sullivan, Ross, Batchelor, Kuzas, Guzei, Mervosh, Metropoulas, Midock,
l.aSaIa, Yager, Mr. Glass, Mr. Nelson.
Fourth Row-A. DiGiovinc, I-lramika, Turkovich, Shannon, Suhy, DiBacco, Roscoe, Suncly, Fibbi, Kanfoush.
DeFeliceI Iezzi, Juth, Smith.
First Semester Second Semester
President .,.,,..... ..,....,................. ............, I o e Japic President ,.,. .
, , Armando Difiiovinc
Vice President ..... ..,.... M ilce Demich Vice President ..,. .... . , . .. Richard Glovicr
Secretary .... ..,. , .. ,....., Richard Glovier Secretary .,... ,. , Alma Ross
Treasurer ........ . ..... Samuel Jackman Treasurer ,... ,.... . . Florig-Q Pnlombo
Sergeant-at-Arms , .. .... Pete Shahen Sergeant-at-Arms ,. , Williain Nlidok
Historian ,... , , Albert Oros Historian . , Edward Yagvr
A crossroad of trades, the Industrial Club membership has representation from the Elect
penter, Auto Mechanic, and Machine Shops. Reg-ular meetings include discussion of tr
training in manners and etiquette essential to good conduct.
Though shop-talk is always prevalent, the club program includes a banquet, theatre-party, socials,
field trips and a farewell picnic. Sending the QUIP SCRIPT to former members in the service
has been a project of the club since the war. This service has not only lcept the members
their former associates but given the club an in ernational aspect.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS WHAT MAKES IT TICK?
First Row--Samuel Jackman, Joe Japic, Michael Though members belong to all the shops. this grou
Demich. home is the Auto Mechanic shop.
Second Row-Albert Oros, Pete Shahen, Dick
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Mr. Stanley Brobeck
First Row-Ribeis, Sudak, Japic, Yager, LaSaIa. Ciccnne, Glovier, Palombo.
Second Row-Mr. Brubeck, McCrory, Cancelli, Gregor, Dubic, Metropoulas, Kazas, Turkovich
President , .. ,..,. . . .. Edward Yager
Vice President ...,. ,.,... ......,.. J o seph Japic
Secretary .... ..,. . . ...,.. ,..... R ichard Glovier
Treasurer . . . Daniel Metropoulous
Sergeant-at-Arms . . Nello Cancelli
To encourage scholarship among the Industrial Department boys is the purpose of
the V. C. A. C.
With the idea of raising money for scholarships for the boys of the Industrial De-
partment, the V. C. A. C.'s have made the sale of candy at basketball games
one of their projects. When sufficient funds have been raised, the group will buy
a recording machine for rental use, thus furthering their scholarship fund.
CANDY SALES FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
V. C. A. C. boys and company-Is the candy all First Row-Joe Japic, Edward Yager, Richard Glovier.
gone? Second Row--Nello Cancelli. Danny Metropoulous.
First Row-Neft, Myers, Fox, McLaughlin, Cercone, Maravicll, Tilly.
Second Row-Bofinger, Bradford, Fisher. Hodges, Vogel, Smith, Peters, Skiba, Popovich, Risher, Laskarides.
Third Row-Mr. Elliott. Colonna, I-Iarvey. Vincic, Barone, Marko, Curley. Lewis, Sharntz, Horak, Piotrow-
ski, Kinkead, Stanichak, Babich-.
Fourth Row-Lang, Honatke, Woznicki, Mooney. Myers, Miketich, DeV'ore. DeSalIe. Kendrick, Yarosh,
Pfeiffer. Ball. Ynnich, Drositas. Howard.
President ..... .,,, .,.,. ,... . . ..,, J oe Stanichak
Vice President . ..,. Nick Babich
Secretary . ,. ,..Barbara Mooney
Treasurer ,. ., .,...... Robert Ball
Sergeant-at-Arms , . . Chuck Cercone
Mr. William P. Elliott
With membership in the Chemistry Club restricted to students of chemistry classes,
the group works to further interest in the field through experiments, field trips, and
lecture-discussions. A consciousness of the relation of everyday happenings to the
ever-widening chemical field is a basic aim.
Interesting experiments have been conducted by Mr. Elliott and members in rela-
tion to spontaneous combustion and fire extinguishers. Mr, Elliott's promise to eat
f'ire', is anxiously awaited by all.
A conducted tour of the local Jones and Laughlin steel plant was made early in
OFFICERS PUT IT OUT!
First Row-Chuck Cercone, Barbara Mooney, Bob Ted Piotrowski has things under control after an ex-
Ball. periment with HCL.
Second Row-Nick Babich, Joe Stanichak.
Mrs. Jessie Kirk
First Row-Lewis, Ball, Myers. Velonis, Vincic, Volpe, Lawrence, Collins, Laskarides, Revell. Lloyd
Second Row-Maravich. Prisuta, Maneloveg, E. Vincic, Dimitrovich, Vuckovich, Thomas. Yurko
Maravich, Mrs. Kirk.
First Semester Second Semester
President ..,. .... . ., ,. ,..,, , ....,...., , .,,..,.., Ann Prisuta President ....,..,,. .... . , ..., . , ,,lVlillicent Maravich
Vice President .,,... ,..,.., . .. Yvonne Vincic Vice President ,. ..,., .. Athena Laskarides
Secretary .. .,..,. .. . ..., ..... B ertha Revell Secretary .... ,.., . . . ,Alice Myers
Treasurer .... ,..,.,... . ,Millicent Maravich Treasurer ..... .,... . . . . Jacqueline Lewis
Sergeant-at-Arms .. ...Theresa Dimitrovich Sergeant-at-Arms . Theresa Dimitrovich
A service and a recreational club, the Alpha Beta Kappa girls are best known for
their assistance in the school library. Scheduling many of their regular study per-
iods for the library, these junior librarians aid in binding, classifying, and register-
ing books as well as locating reference material for teachers and students.
In the past year, funds have been raised through noon-hour socials to finance
magazine subscriptions for library use.
FINES AND FUN FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
As Ia part. of library routine, the Alpha Beta Kappa First Row-Ann Prisuta, Yvonne, Vincic.
girls enjoy working on the desk. Second Row-Millicenl Maravich, Theresa Dimitro-
vich, Bertha Revell.
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Mrs. Mary Brown
First Semester Sponsor
Second Semester Sponsor
First Row-Tomb, Pazey, Koza, Honalke, Davies, Michaels, Sharps, Sussman, Jacobs, Harmon, Garner, Sharatz.
Second Row-Mrs. Brown, Baldwin, Brown. Faber.
Third Row-D. jacob. Piocquidio, Hodges, Vogel, Smith, Bradford, Mooney, Myers, Miketich, Flick.
First Semester Second Semester
President ,.........., .. , ,. , . . .,.,. .Jerry Brown President ,..........,,.. .....,.. ........,.... , . Kathleen Jacobs
Vice President ...,., , ,.,., ,.,, ,..,...., . ....., R o bert Baldwin Vice President ....,...... ,........ . . ....... Nancy Smith
Secretary ..... , .,.,. Mary Bentel Secretary . .,..,... ...,. J ustine Turney
Treasurer ,Betty Sharps Treasurer .,,. .. ,.Betty Sharps
A real service club, the Junior Boosters are active throughout the year in aiding
school and community drives for everything from financial to clean-up projects.
Recent activities include contributing to the National Honor Society Memorial
Scholarship fund, assisting on community tag days, aiding the Student Council
clean-up campaign, and decorating the cafeteria and study hall. During football
season, the Junior Boosters sold school-color pins.
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
A BUY THE 48 CJLIIPPIAN
Mr. Stanley Brobeck
First Row-Virginia Gray, Alice Keyser.
Second Row-Peggy Jackman, Lorraine Hamilton, Dorothy Miller, Mr. Brobeck, Eleanor Markesich, Carol
Postal, Mary Lou Evans.
UO. K. Kids--the 'Aliquippa Locomotive,l
Come on, give it all you've gotlv
Call it perpetual locomotion or just plain energy, there's something about the
Aliquippa High School Cheerleaders that kindles that do-or-die, hit 'em again,
best Whoosis, we-can-yell-louder-than-you-can spirit that elevates even the lowest
defeat. Whether it be on the football side lines or in the gym, with a game three!
hours and twenty miles away, the Cheerleaders are perpetually active counterparts
of school spirit.
Regular training and practice sessions are held early in the fall. As a group and in
conjunction with the band, the Cheerleaders work to improve school cheers and to
create new cheers. A recent and very popular addition to their repertoire was a
snappy Football Song that was later converted to the Basketball Song.
THE GANG'S ALL HERE
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First Row-Ciotti, Carey, B. McGarvey, Guira, Wickhant, L. Tarquinio, Miracle, Mihalek, M. Tarquinio,
Itzkovitz, L. McGarvey, Daniel.
Second Row-King, DiNat-do, Biechler, Gross, Feldman, Montini, Tilly, Ozimok. Lloyd, Davies, Somerlade,
Orr. D'Ambrogio, Busak, Marchioncla, Thomas, S. Buclous, A. Patton, Augustine.
Thirrl Row-Montini, J. Patton. Persi. Avdellas, Dukovich, Vallecorsa. Myers, Kozlowski, Felgar, Kwolek,
Manstietti, Meeks, DeVicchio, Busak, Passeri, Legge, Mastellino.
Fourth Row-E. Scarazzo, Marbich, Nelson, Hudson, Sperduti, Laskarides, Guifre, Wallace, Woods, Zobrak,
lVlancini, Lalama, Opsatnik. Musante, Marshall, Voyvodich, Gailbraith, Palmer, Serdensky.
Fifth Row-Sweringen, Fowler, Montini, Yuhas, Cnlonna, Cohle, Walker, Trombetla, Mansuetti, Padgett,
Gourley, Petitta. Verdoni, M. Srarazzo. Andres, Mozzoca. Nlontini.
Colorgunrds-Samhol. Mahon, J. llurlous.
The Band's in uniform-must be a pep assemblyly'
Yes, from the high school gym to participation in community and valley programs, from the foot-
ball field to first chairs in district band festivals, the Aliquippa High School Band has gained
prominence for its director and membership of seventy instrumentalists.
Participation in the Band gives the student an instrumental education as well as a sense of co-
operative service. Offering regular curricular credit, it also provides the student with directional
Seventeen members represented the Band in the annual Midwestern Band Festival held in Am-
bridge this year. Of this number, first chairs went to Dominic Devecchio, solo, cornetg Frank lVlu-
sante, first trumpetg Vincent Colonna, first tromboneg John Thomas, second fluteg Steve Mar-
bich, string bassg and Anthony Lalama, tympani and cymbals.
Herman Vallecorsa, E flat clarinetg Stuart Itskovitz, oboe, and Richard Opsatnilc, baritone saxo-
phone, earned second chairs in their sections. Third chairs went to Mike Guiffrie, solo clarinetg
Joseph Trombetta, first clarinetg and Edward Mozzocca, baritone horn.
Dominic DeVecchio was awarded first chair trumpet at the All-State Band Festival in February.
Top-Jim Gourley, Frank Musante, Domenic DiVecchio.
Below-Mr. Sporny, Donienic DiVecchio, Al Tomeo, Jim Patton.
Middle Pictui-+Vince Colonnn. Gildo Montini, john Sperduti.
Right-Frank Musante conducting.
Mr. F. J Sporny
Mr. Floyd Bennet
Old and new songs aclaptecl for the Bancl are always well received at school and
community affairs, but its field formations during football half-time provide un-
equalecl enjoyment for all.
Mr. Bennet, Nancy Rowley, Merry Fisher. Enea Caravaccik. Arthur Hussey, Nick F
National Honor Society induction ceremonies would hardly be complete without
the music of the String Ensemble. Likewise, many community programs include
this group of outstanding string musicians. Part of their program this past year
was to provide background music for an elementary school fashion show.
Mrs. Grace Mansell
First Row-Trump, Bentel, Lewis, Oldham, Rowley, Davies, Setters, Carroll, Krosney, Berga, Oster, DIYCCIOF
Ringle, Phillips, Vincic.
Second Row-Koulepis, Petty, Costanza, Pinti, Hughes, Marshall, Crisi, Harvey, DiCosmo, Fouse.
Baldwin, Recker, Burkett, Oster.
Third Row-Mahon, Davis, Campbell, Placidi, Keifer, Velonis, Focht, Harvey, Dudley, josza,
Kosanovich, Crawford, Cercone, Smith.
Fourth Row-Facaris, Blackson, Gold, Lewis, Bowden, Ringle, Theodorou, Myers, Myers, Walker.
Barbour, McNeill, Kaminski.
Fifth Row--Hages, Chester, Markis, Makris, Davey, Poland, Passeris, Rivetti, Mrs. Mansell.
President . . , ..William Lewis
Vice President , ., ,... ,.., . .Harry Gold
Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Rowley
Sergeant-at-Arms ,... .. .... Ken Campbell
A mixed group of vocalists, the Bach Choir's performances in the Christmas Choral
Play, Gloria, graduation exercises and morning worship programs are well-
Organized with the aim of developing singers in choral music, the choir specializes
in part singing. It not only encourages the individual to grow musically by perform-
ing the highest type of choral music, but aids him in gaining social experience
through team work.
Mrs. Blanche McWilliams
Acompanists-Marie Miller, Emmett
Powell. First tenor, Matthew Hud-
son, Second tenor. Nick Babichg
First Bass, Glenn Puckett, Second
Bass, Willie Tipper.
The boys' Barbershop Quartet, though not as active as the larger choral groups, has
developed a line reputation through its participation in several programs this last
year. The group practices regularly and is often heard on the morning worship
Mrs. Blanche McWilliams
First Row-Johns, johnson, Thomas, Ondovchik, Villa, Sambol, Rinker, Holp, Mrs. Mcwillianis, Flick, Bradford. liuchanon. Deter,
Second Row-Dupkanich, Campbell, Witko, Battalini, Kovac, Montini, Pukach, Steph.-inovic, Hodges, Hallisey. Vogel. Rndut. Ka-
koulas, Tarquinio, Milanovich.
Third Row-Jones, Davies, Nigh. Glovier, Boos, Brown, Shaifalo, Marchionda. Rady. Levin, Abercrombie, Thornton. Shannon,
Fourth Row-Keyser, Tomb, Majors, Garner. Luketich, Mitchell, Belich. Nom, Christini, Bruni, Vuckovich, Myers, Yezzi, Myles.
Fifth Row-Srntia. DelGuzzo, Pioquidio, Byrd, Meade, Mihalik, Hoffman, Leonardo, DiGiovini, Solomo, Como. Forhes. Mott.
Sixth Row-Rolich, Davic, Lucas, Restaino, Garner, Munro, Hobson, DeCiccio, Laskarides, McGraw. Hanlilton, Yeui, Mallesh.
To develop in the girls a lceener sense of music is one of the purposes of the Girls, Chorus. A prop-
er use of the voice is stressed to aid in the interpretation of song. Correct phrasing and breathing
are also an essential part of the girls, training.
Through the year the girls have furnished music for morning worship programs, the Christmas
Choral Play, baccalaureate, commencement, and various civic activities. The goal of every girl in
the Chorus is to become part of the Special Chorusf'
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First Row--Jones, Batalini, Kupkanich, Secch. Levin, Vogel, Mrs. McWilliams, Bradford, Luketich. Abercrombie, Dlf6Ct01'
Mitchell, Thornton, Meade.
Second Row-Shalfalo, Meute, Pukach, Shannon, P. Forbes, Witko, Laskaridcs, B. Forbes, Stamm, Thomas.
johnson. Holp, Yezzi, Davies.
Third Row-Brown. Johns, Kakoulas, Stephanovic, Bruni, Hodges, Rinker, Johns, Sambol. Ondovchik, Halli-
sey, Christini, Rady, Deter, Flick, Scabavea.
A group of advanced girl vocalists, the Special Chorus draws its members from the larger Girls'
Chorus. Equally as active as the other groups, the girls are often called upon by civic organiza-
tions for choral entertainment. Lilcewise, they have organized themselves and held group and
school socials. They hope to accumulate enough funds to purchase robes for themselves.
First Row-Risher, Gold, Lewis, Davey, Gerasimon, Cavich, Curran, Wilhelm, Vogel, Lang, Hudson, Simoni,
Second Row-Sisson, Rowley, Lawrence, Collins, Rice, Ball, Michaels, Mr. Swarts, Ayres, Davenport, Devaney,
Miller, Marshall, Hinrman, Tisch.
Third Row-Radulovich, Cappella, Burkett, Johns, Koulepis, Harvey, Scabavea, J. Harvey, Eyeman, Kish,
Krosney, Phillips, Milanovich, Pavlovich, Maiden, Keyser. Gastfriend.
Fourth Row-Skeriotis, N. Skeriotis, Milanovich, Bonomi, Majors, Bruni, Fisher, Vincic, Smith, Clipper,
Trobak, Campbell, Braun, Tomb, Seech, Maroll. Q
Fifth Row-Mahon, Davis, Duncan, Buclous, McLaughlin, Fox, Cavett, DeVore, Cercone, Rivelti, E. Vincic,
Thomas, Glovier, Tilly, Hages, D. Hages.
Production of nine plays during its 1947-48 season has placed the
among the most active of our high school organizations.
The large membership of this active group has provided the entire community
with entertainment ranging from adult and children's classics to popular legiti-
Training in voice and stage presence have been accomplished through such pro-
ductions while a familiarity with the better works of the theatre has been attained
through several trips to the Nixon, Carnegie Tech, the Play I-louse, and the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh.
Season productions under the direction of Mr. Swarts include a melodrama,
Arsenic and Old Lacen, a drama, The Hasty Heartvg a Christmas Choral Play,
Gloria , a comedy, The Cradle Songng two childrenis theatre plays, Jack and
the Beanstalk and Mr, Dooley, Jn , the Shakespearian comedy, A Midstxm-
mer Night's Dreamf, and two one-acts presented before several civic groups.
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS
Martha Braun, William Lewis, Naomi Ayers, Don Poland.
Mr. Donald Swari
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Top: Lewis and Vincic duo in Arsenic and Old Lace g Mr. Swarts makes up the cast of The
Cradle Songng Elton Curran blows over Lewis, Gold, Poland in Arsenic and Old Lace.
Second Row: Roman soldiers of Gloria castg Curran Charges for Arsenic and Old Lace.
Third Row: Nativity scene of Gloria g Cast of The Hasty Heartf,
Fourth Row: His colleagues take a hairy gander at The Hasty Heart's kilt-clad ladg Scot,
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The above pictures are reproductions of class photographs taken while the present graduating
class was in the elementary grades. Needless to say, this happens to thi- best of us. otha-r photo-
Upper right-january Class Color Day skit.
Nlicltllv left-Prom cult-hritivs.
Lower right-National Honor Society lllLlllCllOl'l.
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Speaking for our first semester Editor, Joe Faber, and myself, I
take this opportunity to thank our staffs and all those who made
our 1948 QUIPPIAN a reality. To Patricia Flick and Joe Stani-
chak-our grateful appreciation for their time and effort beyond
duty. To our fellow graduates whose financial assistance so aided
our cause. And to Miss Cochran-for without her, we of the
QUIPPIAN staff believe the publication of our yearbook would
have been an impossibility.
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the many lovely drapery materials to be found in our
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tiful panorama of materials is Miss Josephine Matijasic.
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