Aliquippa High School - Quippian Yearbook (Aliquippa, PA)

 - Class of 1952

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It was an exciting year though, for we soon became full-fledged freshmen, entering into the life of .-X.l-l.S. like troopers who already knew the ropes. -f --. --rv' ill .Ll ,-,fl 1 l.H,.,.v s 'Gk President Jacqueline Ringle Vice President Gerald Ch lrles 'I're:1surer Margaret Tarquinio Secretary Eugenia Kal lmus Sgt.-at-Arms George Smolich Commencement . . . anuary 17, 1952 Soon we became sophomores, chose difTerent courses, and the shop boys ieft us. Do you remember the big lockers we got and how angry the juniors and seniors were because ours were bigger than theirs? In ourjunior year our class was organized, and we started to pay dues. . . became active in various clubs Cwe especially enjoyed getting social sponsors . . . many ofus started to go to socials . . . some were honored with election to the N.H.S. The top- notch event, our prom "Snow Swirl," was a great success. The year ended on a happy note, for the next year we ould be seniors. QThe greatest cheers came from the academic students who had served their two year Latin term.j Seniors at last! It finally happened! VVith the class divided, we January grads held elections, and colorful football programs were sold for the first time by our class. There was so much to do and so little time to do everything that we had to exchange pictures and name cards in Mr. Garing's class CNew occasions teach new dutiesfj. The bang-up party at Oddfellows' Hall, the banquet, and the senior prom, "Old Fashioned Ball," flew by. Remember our Color Day? How can you forget? Com- mencement arrived all too soon. We sat together, gazing at our classmates around us, and wondering when we would meet again. 4 ff n- , e,"'i5 "SM ' -4 F Q' ROBERT BABICH . . . Head . . .Indus- trial . . . liked science but not English.. . has a special interest in 88 Olds . . . most handsome of senior class . . . will join service soon. He that has friends has no worries. I-IAZEL BECK . . . Haz . . . Stenographic . . . QUIPPIAN . .collects souvenirs. . . a friendly smile . . . a future stenographer. fi real treat. FLORENCE DUNCAN . . . Fla. . . Cleri- cal . . . this girl could coax a laugh out of Scrooge himself. . . fun to know . . . en- joys being around people . . . has a dislike for history. Be carefree and happyg worry is a burden. GERALD CHARLES . . . Yerry . . . Gen- eral . . . Bach Choir . . . Vice Pres. of Senior A-Class . . . collects opera records main interest is women and dancing. . . J. 251 L. laborer. Give him his music and he's as happy as zz fark. RI-IETTA CLARK . . . Spot . . . Commer- cial. . . M..-X. Tri-Hi-Y . . . QCIPPIAN . . . known for basketball and chewing gum . . . to be a stenographer. .ifways mrin' to go. STEVEN CRXKOVICH . . . Industrial . . . main interests are cars and Patty . . . a good friend to everyone . . . would like to be a carpenter. The simpfe joys in lje give the great re- ecards. VIOLA DAVIS .... -lddie . . . Clerical . . . . , . Qt'ii-riax, NIA. Tri-Hi-Y. . . favorite pastime, talking and chewing gum . . . to be a secretary. .Vhy is .r1,f,i,'i' fLfpi'm1sar1t anefdotes. 20 CARNIELLA BASILE . . . Charm . . . Commercial . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . QUIPPIAN . . . favorite subject, office practice . . . loves to dance . . . undecided future. Speerh is greatf sifence is greater. IDA BRUNI . . . Home Economics . . . Future Homemakers of America . . .quiet and very sweet. . .likes to read and watch 'I'.V .... future undecided. J sweetness of nature is more priceless than ruhies or gofd. PAIQLINE CELICI-I . . . Pie-0 . . . Cler- ical . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . collects miniature dog statues . . . best dancer. . . a hearty laugh . . . to be a secretary. Dancing is the hjtiesl, the most heaulyul arlg it is life ilsey. JOHN CINDRICH . . . Yohrzny .... A uto Shop . . . Mr. Biehler's favorite OJ stu- dent . . . enjoys girls and sports. The cheerful man is a helping man. LORAINE COSBY . . . Squeak . . . steno- graphic . . . QUIPPIAN . . . M..-X. Tri-Hi-Y . . . enjoys dancing and talking about boys . . . a future stenographer. xl merry hear! goes all the day. ELAINE DAVIS ...Laine .... Academic . . . Mask and Dagger, Bach Choir, Y- Teens, Red Cross, Qui-i-LAN, N.H.S .... talkative... touttendI'itt. .i7fti:'r1'v is an art. ,IAYNE EYNIAN . . . jayne . . . Home Economies . . . here's a girl with a hello for everyone . . . enjoys dancing and, of course, swimming .... A llen's girl. In lflz' hearts of the happy 1fIr'7':".f 1lf'I'11'Y,f zz qmig. S 4' "'h , g 'V 14 ., y 1. ge , , ee . A f- - . fi iife fi? S. , 5 1 a jg.: .gr L Q . ' 'E 4 , i 'f at of ' W r , ' e - ' . I Ts ,- 5 -1l.'4cf',,at, . 4 1 43' 1 I f' Evanko Evans Frank Frey gfilzafano Glad Glenn Green Hayden IUCS JOHN EVANKO . . . Yohnny . . . Elec- trician . . . likes to play pool . . . non-talk- ative . . . plans to buy a car and leave town. Take timefor all lhingx. HOWARD FREY . . . General . . . fa- vorite subject, mech. drawing . . dislikes English . . . future undecided. Silence is golden. RAYMOND GLENN . . . Ray . . . Indus- trial . . . likes math but not history.. fond of skating and pool . . . plans to be an industrial instructor. Laughter is the spice fy' lye. HARRY HINES . . . Industrial . . . makes the girls' hearts flutter with his good looks and charming voice . . . hopes to be a professional singer. Song is the true expression of the Joul. JANUARY CLASS ROBERT EVANS . . . Bob . . . Industrial . . . favorite subject, machine shop . . . likes to tinker with automobiles . . . a great hunter . . . wants to travel as a tool and die-maker. Worthy ambition: denote a man of charac- 167. DOMINICK GALZARANO . . . Dom. . . Industrial. . . V.C.A.C .... main interest, cars and Margaret . . . the quiet type . .. future undecided. A quiet man ha.: rich thoughtx. CURTIS GREEN . . . Bubble . . . Indus- trial . . . likes to build airplane models and would like to be an electricalengineer. Wine, women, and Jong. ALBERT FRANK . . . Frank . . . auto shop . . . V.C.A.C .... main interest is anything that runs . . . school is just another thing. Time will tell all things. CARL GLAD . . . Chuck . . . Machinist . . . Vice Pres. of V.C.A.C .... intramural basketball champ . . . favorite pastime, shooting pool . . . will join the Navy. He that can have patience can have what he will. BEATRICE HAYDEN . . . Bee-Bee . . . Academic . . . Masque and Dagger, Red Cross, Y-Teens . . . Mistress of Cere- monies at senior banquet . . . always happy-go-lucky . . . a future woman in white. Lauglzfor today-Tomorrow ix yet to come. QF 15" fi ? 'Q' ,-J Z FRANK HRIB.-XR ...A llooney .... -X ca- demic . . . Varsity Club . . . most popular . . . 1949 State Basketball Champ . . . plans to attend college. His limbs are east in rnanb- mould, for hardy sports or eontesls hold. HAROLD JUTH . . . Harrie ..., -X ca- demic . . . favorite pastimes, dancing and working on a scrapbook . . . the quiet type . . . a future mortician. He that is of a merry heart hath zz eontimzal feast. ROBERT L. KERNS . . . Lum . . . Gen- eral . . . Demolay . . . most disliked sub- ject is detention hall . . . enjoys movies, cars, and sleeping . . . to work in ll. K L. Laugh and the world laughs with you. LYDIA LAZZERI . . . Lyd .... 'X cademic . . . N.H.S., Leaders, Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Qu1PP1AN . . . best looking girl in our class . . . to attend business school. fl raven-haired gal with winning -ways. MARY ELLEN LYLES .... 1 Ira . . . Clerical. . . QUIPPIAN Typing Staff. . . en- joys reading . . . favorite pastime, loafmg . . . would like to travel. Kindness gives hirth to kindness. SUZANNE MARSHALL . . . Sue . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Class Editor of QUIPPIAN, N.I-l.S .... known for her pleasant ways . . . to at- tend Indiana State Teachers College. The social smileg the sivmpathetie tear. C,-X'l'HliRlNli M.-XTIJASIC . . . Kay . .. Home Economics . . . EH..-X., Red Cross, Quip Tri-Hi-Y . . . intramurals , . . future undecided. Quiet in addition to all other adrmitizges. 22 NORMAN JONES . . . Turtle . . . Gen- eral . . . doesn't like English . . . most talkative of the january Class . . . Lncle Sam will be his next boss. Good humor is the sunshine of the mind. ECGENI.-X KAL.-XMAS . . . Genia . . . Academic . . . Girls' Chorus, N.H.S., Class Editor of Qrii-i-IAN, Sec. of Senior Class . . . likes to dance . . . Indiana State next. The girl with a honey-sweet smile. JENNIE C. KOH.-XR . . . f7en . . .Cleri- cal . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus . . . likes law but not math . . . always watching TV or reading . . . wants to be a comp- tometer operator. Satisfaelion guaranteed. RAYMOND LEGGE . . . Brown . . . General . . . Band . . . favorite subject is study hall. . . Midwestern Band . . . to be a music teacher. Sing away sorrow, east away rare. ELINOR LOIS MARKS . . . El . . . Clerical . . . Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, QUIPPIAN . . . collects records . . . always laughing . . . plans to get married. flsfull of spirit as the month of rlflay. LOUIS MASTI-1LI.INO. . . 1.011 .... -X ca- demic . . . Band . . . Midwestern Band Festival . . . favorite subject, geographv . . . to be an orchestra leader. 1 Horn to he 11 musifian. RlCH,-XRD NlcMl'l.l.liN . . . Dirk . . . General , . . likes wood shop but HCI Eng- lish , . , a true Casanova . . . futureAdeep water. .1 man of foimzge is also a man dfaith. DONNA MILLER . . . I-Iome Economics . . . Future Homemakers of America . . . writes short stories and poems . . . future undecided. The hand that pushes the pen is guided hy a trhim of the mind. DALE CHARLES MORRISON . . . Academic . . . Science Movie Club . . . likes to listen to T.V. and play basketball .. . always teasing . . . to be a professional basketball player. I Smooth runs the water where the brook zs deep. ERNEST NEINIAN .. Hustler. . .Gen- eral . . . loves his women and singing , . . would like to attend Penn State. Thinkers are scarce as gold, VIRGINIA OAKS . . . Ginny ..... A ca- demic . . . Leaders' Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Quie- PIAN, N.H.S .... loves basketball . . . al- ways smiling . . . will attend college. A good sport with winning ways. PAUL PALMIERI . . . Paulie . . . Elec- trician . . . Electron Club . . . dislikes his- tory . . . favorite pastimes, women and dancing . . . to be a pilot in air force. A man offew words. ELEANOR RADUT . . . Clerical . . . favorite subject is math . . . likes to col- lect records . . . always laughing . . . to be a nurse. Sweetness is the best of virtues. JACQUELINE RINGLE . . . Yaelrie . . . Stenographic . . . N.H.S., Jr. Red Cross Pres., Bach Choir, Pres. of the Senior Class . . . one of our few future house- wives. A sparkling personality and a good leader. INIYRA NIILLI-IR . . . Chee-Chee .... A ca- demic . . . Y-Teens. . . interested in "88- BZI' . . . a cute blonde with a big smile.. . to be a nurse. The hearty laugh denotes zz generous heart. ALICE NICTKIQS . . .Home Economics . . . I".I-I.A .... quiet and conservative . . . plans to be a missionary. Be ever ready :sith the helping hand and a pleasant word. MARY LOU NELSON . . . Lou-Lou . . . Stenographic . . . oglfim-IAN Staff, Red Cross . . . always laughing . . . to be a stenographer. Simplirity is fhorm. MARLINE PAINTER . . . Ducky . . . Stenographic . . . QUIPPIAN Staff, Girls' Chorus, A.B.K.,Red Cross . . . likes to collect pictures . . . to be a secretary. Blue were her eyes as thefairy flax. ELAINE PERKEY . . . Commercial . . . believes girls should be seen and not heard . . . doesn't care much for school or learning . . . future undecided. Why worry about things unnecessary? MATTHEW PRIGORAC . . . Ulce . . . Auto-Mechanic . . . likes math but not history . . . always seen driving a car . . . soon to wear khaki. A tall easy-goingfellow. KATHERINE SARRIS . . . Katy . . . Clerical . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus . . . intramural basketball . . . collects records . . . wants to work for the F.B.I. in Wash- ington. Tall as the king'.r own daughter. 23 f-9 L 4 if list l 35- '45 DEAN SHAEEER . . . Foxie. . . General . . . Hi-Y . . . Red Cross, Science Movie Club . . . main interest-girls and loanng . . . to join the navy. A treatise mind and a skilyul hand. DOLORES SLIGH . . . Sligh . . . Com- mercial . . . intramural basketball . . . one of our best forwards . . . likes to collect records . . . future undecided. One hay of ly? is laughter--the other what you make it. GEORGE SMOLICH . . . Bunny . . . General . . . Sgt.-At-Arms for the Senior Class . . . homeroom clown . . . talkative . . . to be under Uncle Sam's hand soon. Things are never quiet when he's around. MARGARET TARQUINIO . . . Margie- Yones . . . Commercial Stenographic . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Leaders Club, Treasurer of Sr. Class . . . Drum Majorette . . . loves to dance . . . a future secretary. The girl everybody knows. DOROTHY TRUMP . . . Dortie . . . Aca- demic . . . Leaders' Club . . . Girls' Sports Editor of the QUIPPIAN, President of Bach Choir, N.H.S., Treasurer of junior Red Cross . . . intramurals. Born with a gy! of song. MARGARET VAROSKY .... 'Maggie . . . Commercial Stenographic . . . Tri-Hi- Y, President of N.H.S .... intramural sports . . . likes to dance . . . Qtlri-IAN Business Manager . . . college next. Never idle ll moment, but fheedul and thoughtful of others. O'SHEA YREEN . . . General . . . Bach Choir . . . likes history but not geometry . . . a friend of everyone's . . . plans to attend college. The gift of gab. 24 SALLY LOC SHORT . . . Home Eco- nomics . . . F.H.A .... quiet till you get to know her . . . main interest is the marines . . . future undecided. The best hooks are found beneath unex- pected msers. JESSE SMITH . . . Yesse Yames . . . ln- dustrial . . .likes to hunt and fish . . .far- mer, past, present and future. He who works with the soil is more content than most. MARGARET STANDLEY . . . Peggy Lou . . . Stenographic . . . Girls' Chorus, Q1'1PPxAN . . . main interest is roller skating. Her ways are ways of pleasantness. ROBERT TEMPLE . . . Bob .... A ca- demic . . .loves to sing hill-billy songs . . . Track, QUIPPIAN . . . writes for local news- paper . . . wants to be President of the United States some day. Carve thyself a worthy nirhe in the world,- timefleesfast. LEMISA TYSON . . . Lem . . .Commer- cial . . . QUIPPIAN, M.A. Tri-Hi-Y . . . favorite subject-math . . . likes to skate, dance, and collect records . . . to be a typist. A smilefor everyone. ROBERT YANNACKER . . . Bah . . . Industrial . . . liked math but not history . . .enjoys roller skating. . . always ready for a good laugh . . . to be a carpenter. llfhy worry when the time is always ripe for laughs? ANNIE XVALLACE .... A cademic . . . Dramatics Club . . . fond of chemistry . . . collects records . . . a future angel of mercy. Still waters run deep. JANUARY CLASS NI-XRX C R-KCI W -X I IxI'NS Sufze ommertml II collects records faxornc subject mith plwns to tru el '1 girl Off orda' I I SIPPHIJN XXPIQH llfefcfz clustrml Bqml H1 Y Y C -X C Y 1rs1ts Club Cross Countrx Iratk KN PI -XI 5th place ghflmp to be 1 carpenter The box f erxbadv kno J XVIII RALPH VY II SONCROP I General 1 tall lanln aux who s fun to know plus the tub1m tht Bind Bind Swmter Club future mlght mclutle the struts frym xo14r.rf! and be 7776773 Jlzrzzkgr rare I I' R XX H I'l Al Babe, Im us tr 1 I' Intron Club lows to cl tme plms to bt x pllot m L S Nqvx I mmne J pu! -Xf 'NFS fLf -Xi -Iggzf er1C1l luomtc subvect IS mith collects plctures h1s '1 Lute lwugh to be a I'lUI'SS like the fzzreffsf Ho mg ozmmzm' are the rzppfex of her hazr VM tmz BRON IxO LII .I-Xlx Brorzk C1r ptnttr Y C -X C evcrxonc s pil tmoxs Nlrs Htmmg s clwss vu trx am thme onut Inf! dark and fzandyomf XX wtlxms Lqak OSPPH LI. BAI H 7 I'lectr1 CI III Pltctron Club mother who llkm mith wlth monex poislblt good 706 I foml Of.l1L1I1flVIL wonlmn 1 futurt tlutrlcllrl If lm e an and XXllSOI1CI'OlI lug xx Welsh Yubllx mr 25 ,fn 9? T X II I I, It N N I A 'M' iisfiv f' ,, I-I Tj . 1 VY f 'V ' 'Y gif ,ff I I ...C ...Ql'I"IAN... 'K ' 51 ,V ,V ' . , ', ' ' ......, 'f 4 J X". 1 eau . ,L G A 4-1. f -If . cf' f xulfi .... 1- J.-'3 IVV-'-Uf---3 V 121...i-- ' -- it p f 2 " if ., ' . ' 1- '1 ' A ..z ' 1 ' ' ' .iff Q' 0 1- , . I f 'X Ch . - , . s It If I ' JK! 4, I '4 1' 4 ' I I 4 . V,"fA 2 ' 5- '1 4 Q' lg' Q 5 2, 'Q lt" ' I Q., ,I l I , ,I HALL JANUARY FAME 'Q 'N BEST DANCERS WOLF Sc WOLEESS BEST LOOKING J MOST ACTIVE h R si wil x.. Paulme Cehch, Lou Mastellmo Mx ra Nllller, Matt Pmgorac Y Robert Bahich, Lydia Lazzeri Gerald C arles, Jackie ingle 3 'T ui A N. is . Q4 gf-f . ' A t ' ' fgix . x A' 11.-9 3 A E S V0 fu , s 5 H' . P Lx, 4 1 'i LASS H353 WITTIEST FAME 'NI ry Lou Xelson, Norman Jones MOST POPULAR L. 5. ' Y" LAZIEST Harry Hines, Mary E. Lyles MUST TALKATIVE E' Elinor Marks 422 MUST LIKELY TQ SUCCEED ik Eu2enia Kalamas Frank Hribar -CIN f X 'NJ Q ' 'T' MAY CLASS SENIORS OFFICERS Vlce President Helen Kuchera Sgt at Arms Albert Romantine Parllamentarian Patncia Munn Stanley Lake Melva Stepanovich Helen Tomeo 1 S Lake, P Munn, H Tomeo, H Ku chera, M Stepanovlch A Romantme In the fall of 48 a group of brand new mnth graders entered Ahquxppa H1gh Some were tlmnd, some were actually scared, but all were ready for new exper1ences We accepted the upperclassmen s amused a1r of tolerance and proceeded to 1ntro duce ourselves to the hlgh school routme How often Room 29 became lol and we did wonder lf the ladder near 229 really led to the thlrd floor Llttle by llttle we be gan to Ht mto the system, and when the next year rolled around, we were so occu pled w1th the busmess of bemg sophomores and domg our geometry and typmg that we had llttle tlme to orgamze our class All of a sudden, we were umors' Stanley Lake was elected class presldent, and how proud Mr Garmg s room was wxth four class oflicers from 116' Remember the heated d1scuss1on about our umor Prom? After decoratmg the gym and dashmg home to dress, we danced to the musxc of the Snow Swxrl and were glad we could sleep late the next day Later, we had a skatmg party, only to spend the next day comparmg bruises , . . , . . . . ' J ' If ' YY 01 w 4' "B" ?"'w' 3 2 .- fa ' --xg :qw -1 V 'g Sl" - 'LAN f r '-1' - .:,g-- "vr:'r'r,f,.'2:"'-T-,1 fa: M'-f :rv -v .:.-,-2 , -z r .1 ' ' ' X' . f f'5'T3wS?'1,'fl'V:5':a2'l"4fn755T':f?--.-uf-:3F1'-Jsvliftl? iff-.?' -5"w"'1f'i":1'. f?,f3,p27A?',6'-I+-75-S 'lifiifii' 4' 'H' ' 'F "1 ff?-2 "EL-.----' ' S731-i".f,fJ' 1.12.3515 .-fp?Jf " '-f"":'::f4:43-'."f-1-fl Y-'Jw an V ' 5--'SRF-' 1N6b' "'- F-.',. .. '.,t'.,1' ' '7 I -flu 3, ' ', cf: .f'ff'1 1- """3'4 'Q '- ff'-'-vi Aff!-. i ' '.F'iF'Y'f'7 2' 'f'f."-'4- s' ,vf','J.s"' 8 ' -A' f --. 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September 1951 arrxved Our last year was before us Pald your dues yetp' That was Stanley s favorlte query, following hrs re-electlon to the class presidency Can I have your plcturep and V5 here re your name cards? were heard so often our teachers nearly gave up The class rlngs finally arrlved 1n March, and we dug deep mto our pockets to pay our dues Wxth our Semor Prom finally set for a Frlday ln Aprll, we began the usual frettmg over who and who would not be excused for decoratlons But hardly had the prom s muslc drlfted away, than we began to hear the strams of Pomp and Clrcumstance We plunged mto Color Day preparations and studled marchlng with Mrs Carver for our baccalaureate and commencement exerclses There s a strange ache ln our throats now, we re Hnlshed all too soon' Txme has flown ' How much geography and chemlstry we ve forgotten' But our dlplomas have Allqulppa Hlgh School on them and we ll not forget a but of It 'QR f ., r l " Jr, ,au-,"".' 1 1 7 up vi' "W v 0'5" ' "" f L 4' 'M 1 X' rw- 1' N rl 4 I 5 la 1 4' Lv! 6-ef' ht lr W v th 'lin' pw if-'ic., M Li 1 "fb: 4 A N "" 4 1 ev ,X VN va 'Iwi 1 -1 N 527 , . - f ' if ff X iq' fkyl N xns' A' R' YI ru hi 51- Q- J'-' 4 ""l-'ff-'P's.' 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Band . . . has a dimple in his cheek . . , main interests are wine, women and song . . . future unde- eided. IVAN BABICH . . . Babe. . . Academic .. . Bach Choir. . . enjoys listening to Mr. Garing and teasing Miss Cochran . . . loafs and laughs with equal ease . . . plays in a Tambouritza orchestra . . . will major in music at Duquesne. ANN.-X BASILF ..., -lrznif . . . Steno! graphic . . . quiet, nice to know ...Chap- lain of Quip Tri-Hi-Y . . . favorite pas- times are the movies, listening to records . . . intends to be an office worker. INANA Bl'il.lCH . . . Clhlllllfll-V . . . Stenographic . . . jr. Red Cross, Ql'II'l'IAN ...enjoys law class most . . . drives "her" Mercury everywhere . . . shy . . . collects pictures . . . otiiee w ork after graduation. ROl'llfR'l' llliR'liOI.l . . . Her! .... A eaa txt-init . . . ean't wait for ith period . . . likes girls . . . l-fnglish literature and poetry art'n't his favorite studies. . . his eyes sparkle w hen he smiles. . . to marry and own a grocery store. 30 PDW1-XRD LEWIS ACKERSON . . . Fd .... -Xeademic . . . known as the ".-Xcheson, Topeka, and Santa Fe" . . . Hunting and lfishing Club. . , Cross Country . . .likes reading and baseball... would like to be an electrical engineer. ROSE ,-Xl,l".-XNO . . . Rom . . . Clerical Bach Choir linsemble . . . intramural basketball . . . hobbies are playing the guitar and eating . . . favorite teacher: Miss Bonomi . . . always joking. . . next is B.'l'.C. CARI. ASCHM.-XX .... flfliie .... -X ea- deinie . . . Hi-Y, N.H.S., Qt'ii-MAN . . . school interests divided between trig and physics . . . won 3rd place in Pa. Week contest . . . ambition is to own the biggest stamp and coin collection in the world.. . will study engineering. MICHAEL BARANYK ...i 'VI irkey . . . General . . .Senior Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms . . . Band . . . music and history please him . . . can sleep anywhere . . . likes to see people . . . Uncle Sam gets Mickey as a sailor, come graduation. LIOHN B.-XTIQMAN . . . jack .... -X ca- demie . . . full of fun . . . Hi-Y Pres., N.H.S. Pres., Band, Band Sweater Club, Qvii-vias Sports Editor . . . Track and Cross Country manager . . . main interests are dancing and girls . . . chemical engi- neer. lf.-XNNY BIQNPDICT . . . Fan . . . Stenographic . . . Leaders' Club and C.lf.P. class, Sophomore Class Pres .... can talk, study, and chew gum at the same time . . . look for her ne tina il. C! l.. office. lXJRO'l'llY BIRPS . . . Ijbl . . . Steno- graphit' . . . nice to know . . . Quip 'liri- lli-Y, qi Il'l'l.-XX, intramural sports . . . likes tall liantisunie men . . . enjoys danc- ing and eating . .. B.'l'.C. next. MAY CLASS DELORES BLAIR Dee Dre Cler1 ca constantly late but we love her anyhow G1rls Chorus Jr Red Cross Y Teens QLIPPIAN former A B lx AMr Relnlsh fan hobb1s are scrap books and blue Fords a full tlme secre tal' GEORGIA BRADEL George Stenographlc Bach Cho1r 'I fl H1 Y Y Teens was w1th the Jr Red Cross won letter for Bach Ch01r sharp on the dance floor never 1n a bad mood future secretary then housemfe JAMES BRLNVI ON a ch1n1st QUICK l1ked by everyone Y C A C ma1n mterests are huntmg and farmmg Ant1 HISIOFS I eague mtends to be a farmer after g,raduat1on JOAN BYFRS Cler1cal enjoys law d1sl1kes bum crackers hobby IS roller skatmg a natural blonde the qu1et ty pe CLORIA BRANDON 0 C1 dem1c actlve 1n 'Nlasque and Duggcr Club N H S our cafetena cash 1er for four years favorxte class IS Spamsh blushes very e1s1ly w1ll be a beaut1c1an JOANNIF BUCH AWAY 7 ca dem1c Y Teens former Student Coun c1l and Dramancs Club enjoys sports can t stand math l1kes square dancmg and soc1als always asks ques t1ons CATHERINE CAMPBEI I Reel Clerxcal more fun than a barrel of monkeys plays mtramurals l1kes dark ha1red men w1th bxg brown ey es has a sm1le for everyone plans to be the first woman pres1dent ofj 251 L NORNIA IFANI BRLNI Num Cler1cal usually laug,h1ngort1lk1ng, Qulp 'Ifl H1 Y mtramural sports enjoys dancmg and l1sten1ng to popular mus1c and wntmg to a certfun someone ro attend B 1 C member of C I' P class oves to sew an expert at square dancmg hobby IS collectmg money as really know you before she can l1ke you w1ll be a comptometer operator FLORFINCE CAR APPI I O'I TI o Stenographrc u1p Ir1 H1 Y C E P Class QLIPPIAN always seen w1th shorthand book pal of I'ann1e and Norma always dependable sparkhng sm1le a secretary J Brunton D Blau- G B,-adsl G Brandon N Brun1 J Buchanan M Bush J Byers R Campbell F Carapellott1 Zu 31 it up, 1... 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Y x ' I ' - N X 31 -uv' I C1r0s1 -X Cwoulas 4 Q qlfq D Gmmmcm R Colgx lj Conner IOL C-XROSX Marnie -Xuto We chimc tftllntnt Lux w1th wax X black ha1r Pres of tht hrs xsc Nlonkexs f1xor1te subattt IS LN 111 hltes photos. r'1phx 1r1dg,1rls pl 1112 to 10111 tht N IX x NI -XRI'-YN LHI RXI 'Nh-X 7117116 Clencal mct to know C I' P cliss 1ntr1mur1l sports tollttts pqttcrns f1xor1tep1st1mt1s w1tth1r1L ftl6XlS1OIl undtu lt l thout futurt ROSP BPRNILI COI PH Spzlw icadexnm C in t htlp but laugh around er Cnrls Chorus Q111f1Ax r Red Cross 'N H S 1ntr1mur11ls hobbx IS collectma st1111ps 1nd boxs plans to 1ttcnd Illlifllll NIL llt ll Sthool DUNN-X C All QUNNl R on rt ltts hum. L ullt l -Xb1L11 ns 1 s orus 1 1 Ax tsro lmu lsw m11n mttrtsts 1rt111o thnx. ml boxs future n1o ltlxm, or 1rt sthool MAY CLASS ELEANOR CORSI . . . EI . . . Steno- graphic . . . the girl who's never serious ...former chaplain ofQuip Tri-Hi-Y . . . main interests are dancing and Bobby, collectsjazzy records . . . wears a diamond. DONALD CROSSLAND . . . C'rof.f . .. Academic . . . can go to chemistry or Spanish all day long . .. never seen with- out Nlary Lee . . . good for a second look . . . next comes L'ncle Sams Navy. Gl'QNl'.Yll'A'If DATA . . . Cm . . . Steno- graphic . . . a surprisingly "unquiet" girl when you get to know her . . . Girls' Chorus, 'l'rio, Choraliers, N.H.S .... for- mer member of Dramaties Club. . .never liked math, envioys reading and singing . . . a future nurse. RONALD DAVIES . . . Dare. . .General ...a quiet guy . . . wouldn't mind if all classes were study halls, doesn't like English . . . a lot of his time is spent sleeping and eating . . . future is undecided RITA ANN DEMNIA . . .Ref1. . . Book- keeping . . . always talking or chewing gum . . . Girls' Chorus, QHPPIAN . . . favorite subject is sales. . . main interests are sailors, dancing and the movies . . . future B.'l'.C. orj K I.. STELLA DERCOLE . . . Derlt . . .Steno- graphic . . . Bach Choir Secretary, Lead- ers' Club Treas., N.H.S. intramural bas- ketball . . . QUIPPIAN . . . selling vitamins is pastime . . . "Wolf Girl '51" . . . always smiling . . . to own a modern drug store. ROBERTA DOCDS . . . Bunfie .... A ca- demic . . . a girl with rosy cheeks . . . Masque and Dagger . . . Y-Teens .... A 1- pha Beta Kappa . . . French Club . . . Rainbow Girls . . . collects classical rec- ords . . . plans to attend college. BF'I"l'Y CROCKLR . . . 7mr1 . . . Gen- eral . . . doesn't like linglish Lit .... en- joys dancing and movies, transfer from Georgia . . . silliness wins her friends . . . will be a nurse. WINONA DANIEI .... llinrfv ..., A ca- demic.. .B3l'1Ll,Ql'Il'l'IAN, Quip Tri-Hi-Y . . . dog lover, whiz at square dancing and swimming . . . likes Spanish so well she daydreams in that class. . .quiet and well liked . . . undecided future. JOY DALDET .... Wmrty . , . Steno- gruphic . . . belonged to Commercial and G.A.A. Clubs in Burgettstown . . . a shorthand tan, enjoys popular music and dancing . . . friendly smile. ANGELO DEL GRECO . . . Graf . . . Academic . . . likes to swim and shoot pool. . .always seen with Dunfee . . . col- lects old coins . . . watches television and teases people . . . easy to get along with .. . future undecided. JESSIF, IYERANIO . . . 7655 .... A. ca- demic . . . Bach Choir Ensemble . . . Leaders' Club . . . was Masque and Dag- ger Secretary . . . beautiful soprano voice . . . a westerner . . . 'l'hrift's takes up spare time . . . always in a good mood . . . to be an angel of mercy. ANTHONY D'ORAZlO . . . Spit: . . . Academic . . . former tenor for Bach Choir . . . enjoys history, but not English . . . can spend hours discussing sports . . . television holds an attraction for him .... Future: college. MARGARET DUKER . . . Peggy . . . Academic . . . pretty blonde hair . . . Tri- Hi-Y . . . Dramatics Club . . . Y-Teens . . . Girls' Chorus . . . Qlg1PPiAN . . . a former cheerleader . . . main interests are col- lecting Tony Bennett records and danc- ing . . . college next. 33 3 xy " .1 i fxfwvd 0 , i 'ul W at X "R X it 2 ni -0 tv Qlb 7 -pf fa G P ,. av As up-. ft. rs 'ff' W I .Minas G? RAYMOND DCKER . . . Dulezr . . . Academic . . . looks quiet but he's quite the ladies' man . . . former Band member . . . enjoyed Latin, believe it or not . . . likes to loaf. . . future as yet undecided. WILLIAM H. DULL . . . Bill . . . Aca- demic . . . former baritone of Bach Choir and member of Masque and Dagger Club . . . favorite pastimes are roller-skating and sleeping in-English . . . Navy after graduation. RUTH DUNN . . . Rulhie . . . Clerical Y-Teens, N ajorette, C.E.P. Class. . . was a jr. Booster . . . basketball and mushball . . . law devotee . . . can really twirl a baton . . . likes people . . . B.T.C. next. LOUIS EGYUD, JR .... Lou . . . Aca- demic . . . a brain in math . . . Hi-Y, Knuckle-busters, Treas. of jr. Class, in- tramural sports . . . bashful around girls . . .likes to watch T.V., eat and loaf. . . to be a mechanical engineer. BARBARA ANN EUEN . . . Barb . . . Stenographic . . . everyone's friend . . . Y- Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, QUXPPIAN Copy,Editor, Home Room President, N.I-LS., intra- murals, hobbies-ice skating and swim- ming . . . likes Ed Fisher records . . . B.T.C. next. EDWARD FABER . . . Ed . . . Carpenter . . . a guy who's camera-shy . . . N.H.S. . . . enjoys hunting and Fishing . . . shop work is his favorite subject . . . might join the service. LEO FATUR . . . Lea .... A cademic . . . S0 quiet and bashful you wouldn't know he was around . . . a brain.. .plays short- stop . . . favorite pastime is playing his accordion . . . to attend college. 34 DIANA DIQKOVICI-I . . . Duke .... A ca- demic . . . quiet, but fun when you know her . . . Vice Pres. of Leaders' Club, N.I'I.S., intramurals . . . enjoys swimming and tennis . . . liked physics . . . to be- come a nurse at Allegheny General. EARL W. DUNFEE . . . Oil . . . Aca- demic . . . Hi-Y, jr. Red Cross, Conser- vation Club . . . was a Spanish fan . . . enjoys hunting and fishing, and taking things apart . . . always smiling. VYARREN DYER . . . Warxie . . . Auto- Mechanic . . quiet and well-liked . . . 2nd Pres. of the Grease Monkeys . . . favorite subject is gym . . . pastimes are girls and loafing around . . . a future Admiral in the U.S. Navy. SYLVIA ERMI . . . Si! . . . Clerical . . . a girl you like to have around . . . 4:10 Club, Quip Tri-I-Ii-Y, intramurals. . . nuts about Mr. Rienish . . . one of the "Big Three" . . . California, here she comes. JOANNE EWING . . . 70 . . . Academic . . . sorta scatterbrained but nice . . . Leaders' Club, Girls' Chorus, Masque and Dagger, Quip Tri-I-Ii-Y, N.H.S., Qrxvi-IAN Feature Editor, Tigers' basketball team . . . likes eating, dancing and sports. NORMA FAIETA .... Mu! . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club Sgt.-at-Arms, Tri-Hi- Y, Intramural Basketball . . . Chemistry Lab is favorite class .... A lways happy . . . to take Mrs. Carver's job after college. MARY ANN FINKS . . . Ut .... -X ca- demic . . Leaders' Club, Y-Teens . . loves to ice skate . . . always seen with Harlow . . . cracks her chewing gum . . . Intramur- al Basketball and Mushball . . . Indiana State Teachers' College after graduation. MAY CLASS -XNGELO PR -XNGOPOL I OS Ang -Xcadem1c Band and H1 I Treas one of Xlr Garmn s fans can t see whx Enszllsh IS reqmred but he talks enoueh a good trombone man next comes colleee P-XTRICI-'I II G-XLIJXTIN al Stenograph1c a lucks g1rl mth a rmg on her left hand Qu1p Tr1 H1 X 1 Teens, QLIPPIAN l1kes shorthnd dancmg and letter Wflflng to get mar r1ed and ra1se a famllw II-XNILI IOL G-XLSI' Lame Stenosaraphm Ir1 H1 I Chorahers X Ieens Pres l1kes h1ll b1llx records Dean and s1n21ng beaut1ful soprano VOICC n1ce person to be near xx 1ll see 'Iexas vx1thIIenk1ns PILTIL GI ANNI-TTI Pele F ec t1me b1ller Mce Pres of the I'lec trons fax or1te p1st1mes are basketball and dancmg 1 future s11lor DORIS G-XLZ-XR-KNO Guz Stenographlc a mee glrl to know Y Ieens, plaws Intramural basketball IlkCS l1sten1ng and dancmg to popular mus1c fawor1te subject IS shorthand to be an a1rl1ne hostess GR -ICT f ETIC Grafze Cler1c1l dlsllkes OEICC pracuce C F P for mer Qu1p Tr1 H1 I member 1ntramural sports l1kes to collect snapshots and dax dream future housemfe ROBERI GI OX IPR Flo r Gen room echoes f1vor1te sub1ett IS h1storx emoss dancmg 1nd am thmg con nected w1th food plans to be 1 ZS. I emplox ee D Galzarano ,fu OI-IX G-XRBINI Garb 'xC1lCITllQ. Band, QL11 PIAN -Xdxert1s1n5 Ilxlllljl' 'N H S en1oxsl1sten1n1. to Xlr harms would spend all dm 111 bandroom 1f 1llowed '1lf.lCYlSlOTlf'1I'l lo1ded mth personahtx clthtr al or buslness school next XIARI -XXX f I-IINDA Hare General 1lvx'1SS late for chcm1strs enjoss I'nLl1sh mam mterests are dancmg svummms. Len 'md oftourse baseball to enter modelmg school RFNNFIH CR-XI hen C1 Track mam mtcrests are 1v11t1on and model 11rpl1ne bu1ld1n5 alwfus pull mg, jokes on h1mself ncxt IS tollcet campus l1ft II G1use A Franeopouhs P Gallatm Gal-bml Get1c 1 M Ghmda P G1annett1 R Flower fsv'-f 35 Ix Gras if tr has " v C I - I . I I , I I 5 ' I" ',. K n ..5II, R V I - -1 I' I ,' ' .... Vg ..I'f ' I I 'I 'Ij ' r 1 I I I I . . . ' .I" I I A 4 I L ...- . . . . 1 . . - . 1 . 1 A A A A A 1 A A , , , A , , , , I . ,, .I .I , . . . .I , I I I I I . I - - -IIY I ,I- , I If ,JI . It . I A . . . I . . . . ' I I 1 I ' 1, . I, ' , 1 ' ' I' . . . ' . I I I I , I --"l' 'I . 'IQ - '.-I'.'1' 1, ' ....-X.- UIICIHH I - -Ifhf Cla? Comelllfm - - - peft eral . . . one of M1ss Thel's back-of-the flem1c...VarsityClub...Cross Country, , ' ' . 4 1 - - ' .V ' 5 - ' I- : i G. . . - I , -' . f S 1' 1 ' R :z: X fl C ,. ' I .5 J 'E I vs I t , ' ff. Q E: -.-. 7. ,NEW 2 I Q 'iw I f I If I r- QM I :I , .I Y 1 , I . Asa. , KJ ll in ,. fx 3 C Crlflith 'Xl Crlfllth -X KUIIETTEZ R Hall X Harlow 'Nl Hohla L Huckstep R Hui? J Isasky 'NI lsaskx CORINNE GRIFFITH Tum Clerncal you have to look twlce for she s a tw1n a mce kmd Quxp Trl former Bach Cholr member lzkcs to watch I V plans to be an oflice worker RICH -XRD HALL Dzrk Clerxcal '1 tall l1nky llkeable guy play s the I rench horn m the band hobby IS alrplanes has weakness for llttle blondes plfms to be an avlatlon mechame CH-XRLLS HUCKSTLP .IR Ilufklebufk General works part time at J A L Yarslty Club Beaxer County Low Hurdle Champ llkes to Hx clrs fayorxte pastlme IS dancing future mlbht be the Navy 'NIARION GRIFFITH Tum Clerxcal IS always mlstaken for her tw1n member ofthe Qulp Trl H1 X collects snapshots loves to swlm and listen to popular muslc to be an office worker WIRC INIHX H-XRLUNN bmnj Lou 'XC1klCl'TllC QL IPPIAN former mem ber 1 leens loves cherry ple loads of fun mam mterests are square d1ncmL 1nd lxenny ld collects any thms next IS a state teachers college LXNII-X GL FIFRREZ Xzta Home Lconomlcs F H -X 'lreas Trl H1 H C L P Class l ormer Y lean Babe IS her mam mterest beautlful hur lends 1 helplng hand when needed to be a nurse M-XRC -XRLI HOHI A 'Marge "'hC'lklCfI1lC one of the Best from XY est H leens mtramurals enjoys hrs tory class l1ves by the motto Wien 'Xlonex Nluslc undeclded about the future RICH -XRD HLI If Dzfk Auto IOHN 1sA5hY 1 qcademlc Nleclnmc qulet and kind of girl shy 1 hjsfofy ffm 3 XX estemer -llvmss would lxke all subjects t0 be gym vullmg to dxscuss sports a good base member of the -Xntl 'Nlath Club future bl l play er llked by all mll travel lS stxll undeclded the 48 states 'Xl -XRX lS-XSIXH llefm Ceneral was mth the 'Xlasque and Dleger Club f.lXOl'lYE subject IS physlts lnllblllx musle loxer chases trouble men ml to knovs mll be ln Lncle S IIN s N IX y MAY CLASS , C N C -,CSU ,, K , r can ,. .. , -- 4, .1 ', 'C 1 ' x al l ' N. .,IQi"f1j f at be 5 ,rn y 1' Y , . J- . . AIQ ' , S 'I Y vv . .AA "' '."' . ,V ... "... ..v'1. il' . ...lvl ... Y ' , - " , H H' " vi -, j Y ' , , - u ' n ' .'. ' -Y---7 ,r Y 1' ' ....H I' V Z. x , 4 , 1. vc V 1 Y - t .,. '... ' , - . ' ' ', ..... .l lf-'... .A - l ... ...' ' . 4 ... ' V 4 "1 ... V ...:" ' ' ' ' ' ' " , l ' ... A 1- 1 'l ... U.. .' A . 4 l . . V n1.uwYY...A ... I 1 .. " " . f zf 4, . .X 1 js .M I r -. x If ' DOROTHY JACKNIAN . . . ffaney . . . Academic . . . favorite pastime is loafing at "Freddie's" with the gang . . . QUIP- ifi-xx . . . former Y-Teens and Girls' Chorus member . . . detested Latin and algebra . . . likes to dance and eat . . . to marry a millionaire. ALBERT L. JOHNSON . . . Tink . . . Auto-Mechanic . . . quite the ladies' man . . . grease monkey . . . always wise- crackin' . . . likes women and more women .. . hopes to be an F.B.I. man. TOM JONES.. . Slim .... A cademic . . . N.H.S., QL'1PPiAN . . . favorite subject is chemistry . . . spends time hunting and model plane building . . . a science Hction fan . . . likes to play softball . . pre-med at Geneva in September. OLGA KARMAZYN . . . Olg. . . Steno- graphic . . . wants to go to Florida . . . Y- Teens, C.E.P. class, Alpha Beta Kappa . . basketball, reading, and television fan . . . enjoys shorthand . . . next is B.T.C. RUTH DARNELL KIMBROUGH . . . Kimp . . . Home Economics . . . Bach Choir, F.H.A .... played intramural bas- ketball . . . enjoys music and singing . . . hobby is collecting records . . . bright smile . . . to be a dietician. ROSALENE KLENOVICH . . . Rose . . . Academic . . . Quip-Tri-Hi-Y, Jr. Boos- ters, basketball . . . collects miniature dogs . . . noted for her clothes . . . enjoys chemistry . . . liked by all . . . elementary teacher. RICHARD KREIGER . . . Dirk . . . General . . . would like to exchange Eng- lish for a study hall . . . enjoys sleeping and seeing movies . . . quiet at all times . . .liked by everyone . . . will be wearing navy blues soon. ALICE ELEANOR JENKINS . . . FQ' . . . Clerical . . . Leaders' Club, C.E.P. class . . . Lefty Frezzill Records, photo collecting and sports are favorites . . . not crazy about history . . . everyone's friend . . . work, then Texas-bound with Gause. DONALD JAMES JONES . . . Don . . . Academic . . . Hi-Y and Bach Choir Treas .... belonged to F.T.A .... Track . . . tries to out-talk Fiore.. .great voice . . everyone's friend . . . going to Mid- West . . . to be a teacher. ALEX JOZSA . . . Bud. . . Carpenter . . . a quiet guy, but nice . . . swimming and dancing take up a lot of leisure time . . . future plans are to work for Uncle Sam. DAVID KENNEDY . . . Dave .... A ca- demic . . . Band and N.H.S .... finds all subjects fun, especially Trig . . . always seen with Slim and Carl . . . hobby is playing all types of music on trombone . . . a nice person to know . . . college beckons. ELEANOR KING . . . E! .... A cademic . . . always singing to herself in class . . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, D.J.L., QUIPPIAN Class Editor, intramurals . . . likes to swim, relax and meet new people . . . blue eyes fascinate her . . . next B.T.C. or college. JOHN KOBAN . . . Yolznnj' . . . General . . well-remembered for his little white mouse . . . a nice guy . . . of all his classes, likes mechanical drawing best . . . enjoys reading and eating . . . future undecided. HELEN KUCHERA . . . Kuff: . . . Aca- demic . . . an A-I Cheerleader . . . Dra- matics Club, N.H.S., Class Vice-Pres., intramurals . . . likes to read and swim . . may be a Wave or a nurse. 37 In T' JOHN GFORGF I KDIR-X Lodis Academic Hi H plax ed ir high and reserwe basketball hates to leave his tory class when the bell rings main interests are talking and refrigerator contents a grand fellow EDVS ARD L-KING Bluebeard Car penter thinks histors should be out lawed in schools hobbies are skating and building model airplanes ambition is to become a lieutenant in the 'Nawy XL-XTX LARGER . , . Academic Hi X Ql1llIAN Photo Ed hobbies nclude tennis and A. Z -X likes to tickle people . . . interested in history :ollege comes in Sept NORMA LEGGE . . . Norm . . . Steno graphic . . . all subjects are easy . . . loves to chew gum . . . alwavs seen with Fanny . . . 'I'ri-Hi-Y Leaders' Club N.H.S. Quirimx Business Manager . . . always laughing . . . a secretary. LORETTA LEO . . . Bela . . . Clerical .. . the tiniest of the Big Three . . . out- standing member of the 4:10 Club . . . former Quip Tri-Hi-Y . . . hobbies are dancing and boys . . . this gal is headed for California come May. DAVE LEWIS . . . Hof Rod . . . Elec- trician . . . quiet and easy going . . . mem- ber of the anti-history league . . spends most of his time sleeping and gazing at girls . . .is going to get married and raise a football team. ROBERT LEWIS . . . Louie . . . Clerical enjoys English class . . . builds model airplanes. . .spends much time with Tl. . . . the quiet kind. 38 STANLEY LAKE Stufh ca demic the busiest guw around school Senior Pres Yice Pres of 'N H S QLIPPIAN Editor in Chief French Club unior Class Pres likes math and building model planes future aero nautical engineer ANET L-XNGF f7anel Academic has beautiful big, blue exes Nlasque and Dagger Pres intramural sports likes working at B F ones library likes to plax the piano and sew to enter nurses training HOW ARD I I' I' Latheo General 1 quiet, but likeable gui ikes phs sics and historx favorite hobbw is counting mones works at ZS. L now intends to outshine Rockefeller ROSEM LXRY I PHOCKX Clerical alway s talks during announce ments Quip Tri H1 Y intramural sports . . . hobbies are collecting snapshots and writing letters . . . likes to dance and skate . . . future is B.'I'.C. DOROTHX LESKO . . . Dol . . . Clerical . . . full of fun . . . Leaders Club Quip Tri-Hi-Y QVIPPIAN . . . likes sales . . . listening to the radio and skating take up a lot of time. JANICE LEWIS. . . :Yan .... A cademic . . . a neat trick who's sweet and petite . . . Y-Teens, Masque and Dagger Treas., C.l-LP. class . . . intramurals . . . swim- ming and popular music take up her time . . . to be an airline hostess. ROBERT I.lBl-iR.-XTI . . . Lip . . . Car- penter . . . quiet until you really know him . . . hunting is one of his favorite hobbies . . . likes to dance . . . plans to ioin the service. ROBERT LIBERATORE . . . Bob . . . Electrician . . . tall, dark and handsome . . . Sec. of the Electrons . . . hobby is photograph tinting . . . interested in foot- ball and girl-scouting . . . future: the LIS. Air Force. EDWARD LECCI . . . Chick .... A ca- demic . . . a brain who liked Latin and math . . . "Westerners" . . . hobby is building models . . . likes to watch T.V. and sports . . . to study engineering at at Penn State. STEPHANIE MANASTERSKI . . . Srhultz . . . Academic. . . a redhead who's fun to know . . . Choraliers, Girls' Chorus, QUIPPIAN, Y-Teens Vice Pres., Trcas. of homeroom . . . intramurals . . . enjoys working at Barnhart's . . . plans to attend Slippery Rock. MILLICENT MANDICH . . . Xlflillie . . . Stenographic . . . forever rushing some- where . . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y President . . . intramural sports . . . likes law from Mr. Reinish . . . collects pictures . . . business field. HELEN MARKATOS . . . Zaza . . . Stenographic . . . dark-eyed . . . nice to know . . . Leaders' Club . . . intramural sports . . . another of Mr. Reinish's fans . . . hobbies are dancing and sports . . . will attend B.'l'.C. HELEN MATIJASIC . . . Toot: . . . Clerical. ..Quip Tri-Hi-Y, QUIPPIAN and former member ofjr. Red Cross. . . intra- mural basketball and mushball . . . likes law class and tall, handsome men . . . fu- ture undecided. LORRAINE MCDONALD . . . Reenie . . . Academic . . . was secretary of Lead- ers' Club and Tri-Hi-Y . . . is a great sports fan . . . a whiz in Spanish class . . . always seen with Sue . . . shy and well- liked by all . . . next comes nurses' train- ing. ANTHONY LECCI . . . Lucky . . . Ma- chinist . . . everyone's pal . . . Pres. ofthe V.C.A.C .... Knights of the Burning Rag. . .intramural champs . . . likes to fish . . . hopes to be a machinist. PAUL BIANASTERSKI . . . Paul . . . General . . . has a "hello" for everyone . . . a nice guy . . . Hi-Y . . . recognized everywhere for his hearty laugh . . . has quite a stamp collection . . . dislikes his- tory . . . to be an Aliquippa business-man. GUIDO MANCINI . . . Geelo . . . Elec- trician . . . always talking or arguing . . . Pres. of the Electrons and homeroom . . . Electrons, basketball team . . . hobbies are stunt diving and girls . . . electrical engineer in the E.S.Air Force. CHARLES MARICH . . . Chase . . . Auto-Mechanic . . doesn't like to study . . . member of the Grease Monkeys . . . enjoys shop work . . . former Band mem- ber . . . to be an auto mechanic some day. NIILAN MARKOVICH . . . Serb . Academic . . . Basketball forward . . . baseball outfield . . .likes all subjects . . . a VVesterner . . . wears "English" hat . . . well-liked . . . will attend college. VIOLET MAZZOCCA . . . Vi . . . stem- graphic . . . Leaders' Club . . . was a Jr. Booster and Y-Teen . . .. played softball . . . can really sing . . . enjoys law Cl21SS --- likes to talk ro people: always has a pleasant smile . . . future undccldffd- JOHN MEDVED . . . Coon .... A ca- demic . . . active member ofHi-Y, Masque and Dagger . . . Hunting and Fishing Club . . . always discussing guns and fishing tackle . . . main interest is people . . . fu- ture undecided. 39 I 'ff If xv 1 " 4 I- ns- , I isa' M B Mluef R Mlller Mme' Mlrchell 5 Mgggcr L Mott Niowad R Munn A Murph! BARBARA 'XIPIICI-R Barb Commerclal so full of energy s e bubbles over Intramurals former Leaders Club member hobbies are rollerskatmg and collecting 45 ree ords a future nurse N ars1ty Club H1 I N H S Foot ball halfbaclt emoss Iarench class and all sports los es to sleep was Niarrun Sam of CI college LOUIS MOT'I General 1 Abner of 51 XHFSIIQ Club Foot ball center favorlte pastlmes are countlng money and drrvmg hrs car plans to work at 6. L I' fm' O ,LA BI-I'IX JANI- 'XIIILER el Clerxcal a qulet mce gal belongs to the 'mn hlstorx club has qulte a col lectxon of snapshots enjoss gomg to the mov1es IS gomg to be an ofhce worker Academ1e one of the nicest gxrls at A H S Crrls Chorus In I-I1 I 'Nlasque and Dagger QLHHAN N H5 xntramurals en-yoxs paxntmg and rollerslxatmg a future M D THOMAS MOH AD Harpa Machxnxst second most valuable football player of 51 W C A C Y ar slty Club well known for h1s three s 1' Ea "im RICH ARD 'XIILLI-R Dfrlz NIHLIIIHISI qulet and mee W C A C most out of school tlme IS spent huntmg fishlng and farmmg hopes to operate a farm of hxs own '1 cute bundle of blue eyes and per sonalltx Cheerleader I 'I eens one of Air Relnlsh s countless admirers lxkes to dance plans to see the world some day RUTH MUNIN Pal Academlc Treasurer of N H S Dramatlcs Club Managlng edltor OfQLIPPIAIv I Teens llkes mechanlcal drawlng will try anythmg once loves to talk really nice w1ll be a .yournahst ARDELE 'NILRPHH Murph btenographlc always with Plcltles mtramurals dxsllkes office practice favorltes are com ertxbles and collecting pletures mll attend buslness school MAY CLASS 5 6 X 533 F ' ,Q Q 9 . 5 I x I XXI , V- M . I 'Ip ill,-if f , B. . - ' . ' 5- ' C- ' , - 'I-.I ' " I , ...1",1f... . I . I ' j,AMvES-MIXER . : .jim . . . Academic CLARICF MITCHELL . lllilrfz . . . SHIRLEY MOOR.E...Shirl...CleriCal H , bl.-1-Lul .' ' fly... I ,awk gg .V ig , - N o t 10' X' - A SA fa X It . ' If kb ixf HM . l 1 - .L Q 40 LAWRENCE MUSANTE .... Voofe . . . Academic . . . a NVesterner . . . enjoyed Latin Cboth yearsl . . . takes part in all sports . . . biggest grin in class . . . can't stand poetry . . . always with Chick . . . plans include the service. PAUL NAIM . . . General . . . kinda quiet,Abut nice to know . . . favorite pas- time is taking cars apart and putting them-together . . . likes math and ac- counting. WILLIAM NICASTRO . . . Slippery- Head . . . Academic . . . member of Rus- cetti's "Reporters' Clubu Varsity Club . . . enjoys Miss 'I'hel's 5th pd. English class . . . Mr. Biechler's lunchtime "buddy" . . . to enter professional baseball NANCY NIESEN . . . Name . . . Clerical . . . the girl with beautiful hair . . . Band Majorette, Y-Teens, C.E.P .... "Lena- the-Hyenal' of '5I.. . . favorite pastimes are riding in a Mercury, eating and danc- ing . . . B.T.C. next. VIOLET OEHLER . . . Vi . . . Com- mercial Stenographic . . . Masque and Dagger Club . . . likes quiet jokes, me- chanical drawing, and dancing . . . no kibitzers, please . . . future is undecided. EMIL OROS . . . Emps. . .Clerical . . . has something to say about everything . . . C.E.P. class . . . Varsity Club and VVesterner . . . interested in all sports . . . favorite pastimes are T.V. and the movies . . . future undecided. JANE PALMER . . . Yanie .... A cademic . . . active in Leaders' Club and Quip Tri- Hi-Y . . . loves sports, especially football played in Army-Navy game . . . favorite class is chemistry Clabj . . . don't have to know her to like her . . . a future nurse. DOLORES MUSULIN . . . D010 . . . Clerical . . . Leaders' Club, Jr. Red Cross . . . belonged to Quip Tri-Hi-Y and Stu- dent Council . . . played in the Army- Navy game . . . another law fan . . . al- ways at the S.O.I .... California-bound after graduation. BARRY NEFT . . . Penny . . . Academic .. . a whiz at math . . . Secretary of Science Movie Club, Jr. Red Cross, A.Z.A., Treas. of '52 jr. class . . . favorite pastimes are reading and television . . . plans to study chemistry at Michigan or VVisconsin. LULA NICKOLS . . . Left . . . Commer- cial . . . C.E.P. class . . . enjoys listening to Mr. Garing . . . favorite pastimes in- clude dancing and reading.. . a "smooth" talker and a fast worker . . . pleasant disposition . . . a future secretary. JANIES NOVOSELAC, JR .... Skimba . . . General . . . he looks shy, but donlt let that fool you . . . former Student Council member . . . Football center . . . hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . to join the Navy and go to Hawaii. MARYLOU O'NEIl.L . . . Louie . . . Clerical . . the,good-humor kid . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y, Band, Band Sweater Club . . . a sales fan . . . always with "El" . . . to stay single and get a Pontiac. CAROLYN PAINTER . . . Kitten . . . Clerical . . . everytime you see her, she's smiling or laughing . . . Y-Teens, Quir- PIAN . . . former member of Leaders' Club and Girls' Chorus . . . intramurals . . . likes to sleep and loaf. . . to be a housewife. OLGA PALOMBO . . . Mutha . . . Steno- graphic . . . always seen with the "West Gang" . . . Corres. Secretary'of Leaders' Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Bach Choir, QL'1PP1Ax, Army-Navy team . . . intramurals . . . dis- likes English . . . would like to see Paris . . . future medical secretary. 41 1' Q-f fl- - . 'S kk '+L f is Q2 f-ax -g-Q if '. ,J X 'r Jig: Q ts -3 NP'- 436 12.8 Oh f PS- Nw Q., 'Nh lf Q' -::- ' hifi! 4 V f 1' A .E va 450 Y- 2 IN-. T-1' N 4 1 F' 1 ki MARGARET PERSON ...A Varge . . . Academic . . . always ready to help. . . a swell girl . . . Girls' Chorus, Trio, Cho- raliers . . . Jr. Red Cross H. . . Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, QISIPPIAN . . . favorite pastimes are singing and collecting snap- shots . . . would like to be a nurse. WILLIAM PETTY . . . Bill .... A ca- demic . . . he's not as angelic as he looks .. . Band . . . Science Movie Club, I-Ii-Y . . . former Caesar's Ranger , . . likes physics . . . future plans include college. STEVE PIOTROWSKI . . . T. V. . . . Electrician . . . most likely to succeed in the electric shop . . . Sgt.-at-Arms ofthe Electrons, N.H.S. . . . spends a lot of time reading and repairing electrical devices . . . a future 251 L. electrician. FIORE PURRACHIO .... A cademic . . . Hi-Y, Masque and Dagger, Bach Choir, Qui-i-IAN Class Editor . . . was a Jr. Boos- ter and F.'I'.A. member . . . can talk a person's ear off . . . likes everyone . . . al- ways singing and eating . . . to be jour- nalist. JOHN RESTICH . . . Pep . . . General . . . English class holds no interest for him . . . dislikes kibitzers and the tardy bell . . . loves to tinker with cars . . . en- joys arguing about girls and cars . . . to be a Speedway Driver. ALBERT ROMANTINE . . . Beamy . . . Academic . . . was a Latin fan . . .Sgt.- at Arms of Senior Class . . . a Westerner . . . always driving the gray Plymouth . .. sharp dancer.. .to be a pilot in Air Iforce. JOHN ROSS . . . Drippy . . . Clerical . . . Varsity Club . . . Baseball and Football Head Manager. .favorite subject is typing . . .. likes sports . . .great hand-balancer . . . a Westerner . . . J tx L or Air Force. 42 VERONICA PETRICK . . . Verzzif . .. Stenographic . . . Tri-Hi-Y, Leaders' Club Rec. Secretary, Qriifriax . . . was a Jr. Booster .... A rmy-Navy team , . Belle et tres petite . . . one of the Westerners . . . sharp on the dance floor . . . everyone's pal. LOUISE PICCIRILLI . . . Lu . . . Steno- graphic . . . always laughing . . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y, Bach Choir, Y-Teens, intra- mural basketball . . . former member of Masque and Dagger Club . . . bitten by the music-bug . . plans a career in music. PETE PORPORA, JR .... Pele .... A ca- demic...H'-' " - ' 1 I . 2 . former Science Movie member . . . enjoys arguing about the worlds problems . . . algebra never was a choice subject . . . will be a Marine shortly. INIILLARD RADOVICH .... Uilclz . . . Auto Mechanic . . . quiet but a "hot rod" in a car. . . Vice President ofthe "Grease Monkeys" . . . likes to sleep in class . . . future is undecided. DONNA RITCHIE . . . Ymnnif . . . Clerical . . . short and sweet . . . Jr. Red Cross, Sewing Club, C.E.P. class . . . in- tramurals . . . collects pictures and minia- ture bronze horses. . .likes to watch T.V. . . . a future sales clerk. CLARA ROMANTINE . . . Toby . . . Clerical . . . sweet to know . . . Quip Tri- Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus, Qrivriax . . . fa- vorite pastimes are boys and listening to popular music . . . might work at J bl L. JOHN ROSS . . . j'aggsr',v . . . Carpenter ...clown ofthe carpenter shop.. . main interests are baseball, collecting firearms and hunting . . . would like to become at majorrleaguer some day . . . intends to Join the regular army. MAY CLASS 'I HERLS-X LOLISL ROSS ferry ACBdCmlC Red Cross enyoy ed Lat1n a pxano wh1z plays the organ 1n church a famous gxggle a westerner to be a housew1fe or concert p1an1st RICH -XRD RO'I H Ruiz Cler1cal Blazer Basketball team another law fan wood workmg and sports take up spare t1me always ready w1th a yoke future mdchmte LILLI-YN RLSSO 1 Steno graph1c one of the cutest gals ID -X H 5 Tr1 H1 I Pres and d1str1ct officer, Band Band Sweater Club X Ieens murals llkes noth1ng better than r1d1ng 1n a Plymouth B I C Nl -KRT ANIN S-XRAL Alame Stenographlc a g1rl w1th 1m'1g1n1t1on and full of fun Leaders Club tramural sports an av1d Steelers fan lxkes to dance future undeclded Ross R Roth Salay a Salma 253 bl-ORGL S-XL-X1 B0 'XCHLICITIIL qu1et unt1l you get to know h1m Y 1cc Pres of H1 I NI1ss Ihel s P1cklc Club 1ntramural basketball favor1te past1n1es are eatmg and drnmg a Bu1ck future UHCICCILICCI RALPH .5-XL-XX -X Strap I3 ec tr1c1an tall lanky guy Ireas ofthe Lleetrons 1nterested 1n rad1o and women always stand1ng IH front of work IH L 5 -hr Iforce M -XRTHA SALNIENTO War! Cler1cal Leaders Club and QLIPIIAN was w1th the Qulp Tr1 H1 Y play ed mtramural basketball and soft a member of Ihe Ant1 I'ngl1sh Class League loves to collect money w1ll be a tyD1St IH W ashlngton 'XI Sakal L Russo VN Schneck M0 Z SHTRIS 4:-J liwf -Q at Q3-N 43 ZORA SARKIS Zora Steno graph1c '1 busy llttle g1rl n1ce to know 'Ifl H1 X Chaplaln 1 Teens, Alpha Beta kappa QLIPPIAN mtra murals would llke to travel and VISII new places w1ll be a secretary VNILLIANI SCHNECK B111 Com merc1al H1 Y narrator for the Band mterests mclude h1story motor boats and golf has a good argument study 1n speech and dramat1cs MARYLILE SCHLI TL Marzlee Academ1c Qu1p 'I r1 H1 'I and Dra mat1es Club A B K a Spamsh fan chem1stry doesn t mterest her mam 1nterests are dancmg and Don good for a second look housew1fe or nurse G Salay M Schultz ,fi ' - 5, 1 H...Il- 'U A '- QUPILAN l i I ,5I .Daisy Mach . intra: 117 watehirlg the stars pass . , , electronic . . . personalitg spare . '. . to pursue , ' 1 v 1 f 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . ' ' A ' . . . A l- -u bll... " . '-1' A ' ' T. , , 1 ' , , R. ' M. ' , ' - ' i ' ' 1: B 7' ,T ' 2:1 fx-ef. 'v fa C I 9 15, ' 1 , I tb Q l' ,' -- 'C - z. X ' 0 S' ' X . , 6. 4 ' -5 ,. 1 4- 'I' I f iv I I px S- N-J' Q4 QI- ,tv- W Setters M Shahen E Sh F Shannon D Sh R Slchak P Slckelsmlth B Slfpaion M Sllvestrl J Sklggnate Y ENITA SETTERS Cheezle Stenographlc always Smlllhg Band Mayorette, ulp Trl Hl Y, QLIPPIAN N H S Sec of Band Sweater Club lntramurals llkes to dance and swlm a future stenoty PISI FR ANCES SHANNON Fran ways ready wlth a smlle Qulp Trl H1 X Masque and Dagger C IL P QLIP PIAV hobbles are horseback rldlng and collectlng horse Hgurlnes future col ege PATRICIA SICRELSMITH Pat! Academlc HICC to know ln splte of her temper Y Teens Pres of the Bach Cholr Sec of the N H S Masque and Dagger QLIP IAN Club Edltor Bach Cholr I: nsemble lntramurals terests center around muslc and dramatlcs college 113121 INIARCELLA SI-LAHEN War Clerlcal ulp Trl Hl Y Sec mem ber of Cat Clan enyoys law from Mr Relnlsh hobbles lnclude eatlng and danclng at all soclals always wlth Bela and Sll hopes to see the world DOROTHY SHUMATE Doty Stenographlc Leaders Club Qulp Trl H1 Y Y Teens QLIPPIAN HTS! one ln law class and last one ln Engllsh chalrman 52 May Prom one of the most popular ln the class wlll see the world BARBARA SIKTAR Baba Clerlcal always laughlng and late for class Leaders Club Tlgers Team lntramurals mam IHYCYCSYS are sports and money plans to work ln some branch of the government ETHEL MAE SHAININON Ethel ACHdCmlC enjoys chemlstry can t understand why we have Engllsh l always wlth Rosalene blushes easlly to be a nurse ROSE MARIE SICHAK Roe Clerlcal loves sales but not office practlce Marlo Lanza s VOICE thrllls er a blg smlle for every one WI be a housewlfe and wants to see H3W3ll MARTHA JEAN SILV ESTRI Mari ACadCmlC C E P class and QLIP PIAN former A B Ix ad Y Teen mem er loves to sketch and wrlte poetry wltty makes everyone feel lm portant a nurse JOAIN SRIBA Ulflcn Commer clal Cheerleader and H Ieens was member of Glrls Chorus VN olf Curl crazy about danclng and drlxlng the blue Bash always a great smlle to be a secretary .,f MAY CLASS F- -'C A S' 2'5- Y , X Q asf. ext' I S ff ta N 2 i, el -I . T. y .., A H ...Q .... - Y Q - - v , M H Y t . y H f J I 1 ' --Q V ' - - , - , '. l' ... l , A ' ...Ca h ' ' V 'll 1 ' -" ' ' . ' ..'... ' . -"' ' 1 - . , -,.' ...7. -' - ! ' ' ::! -ns -1. b .ns . l i 9 Y P ' y l '... U ... " y'... ' ' - . ... I ...In- l ,,, , ' ' , , . , 1 I L ,O d. y . ...A - 'N My,-Ur y'MwLVy I , I ' l v --H.. V ...yn 'Y r M-ry r Ai X W V' V' ll I G ffl' 1' 4 MARY ELIZABETH SMOTHERS, . . illaria . . . Home Economics. . . little, but full of fun . . . F.H.A., Jr. Red Cross. . . favorite subject is history . . . enjoys dancing, singing, talking and daydream- ing. . . future undecided. MELVA STEPANOVICH , . . Slep . . . Stenographic . . . beautiful handwriting . . . Bach Choir . . . Ensemble, N.H.S., Leaders' Club Pres., Senior Class Sec., Army-Navy Team, likes dancing and singing, plans future in business field. MARY JANE STROHM . . . M. . . . General . . . always asking questions . . . Masque and Dagger, Quip Tri-Hi-Y, QUIPPIAN, intramural sports, former mem- ber of Jr. boosters, A.B.K. and Jr. Red Cross . . . likes to cook, sew and eat . . . business school's next. LILLIAN SUSA . . . Su: . . . Steno- graphic . . . Leaders' Club, Girls' Chorus, QUIPPIAN, was with Quip Tri-Hi-Y, Tigers basketball team . . . law class is favorite . . . always laughing . . . to earn lots of money. GEORGE SYRKO . . . Bo . . . Machinist . . . dislikes studying, especially math . . . the mascot of the machine shop . . . en- joys fishing and telling jokes . . . to be king of the comedians some day. CHARI.ES TAYLOR . . . Cliurlt . . . Academic . . . always walking in the halls . . . Hi-Y, Varsity Club, plays fullback and is a baseball pitcher . . main interests are sports and buying clothes . . . college next. OLIVER TIPPER, JR .... Tip .... A ca- demic. . . Band, Senior Sweater Club. . . was a Bach Choir Voice, Track . . . likes French, skating, swimming and tardy slips . . . grins at everyone . . . will be- come a "Bop" musician. JOSEPH SOLITA . . . 7oz .... A cademic ...this guy's not as quiet as he looks . . . a swell guy . . . his favorite subject is his- tory . . . big interest in sports . . .especially baseball . . . wants to be an F.B.I. agent. NATALIE STEPHENS . . . Nat . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club and C.E.P. Class, intramural basketball and mush- ball.. .sweet and petite . . .enjoys chem- istry and math . . . has an engaging smile . . . a nurse. DELORES JEAN STURLE . . . Dee . . . Clerical . . , favorite subject is art . . . Tony Bennett's records are tops with her . . . as nice a girl one could hope to meet . . . hopes to go around the world, the long way. CLARA SWIATEK . . . Clare . . . Home Economics . . . has a shy smile for every- one . . . a large doll collection . . . favorite pastime is crocheting and sewing . . . dis- likes history . . . future undecided. STEPHEN TAPOLSKI . . . Sieve . . . General . . . enjoys hunting, fishing and winter sports . . . willing to argue with "Coon" . . . geography holds a special interest for him . . . doesn't like noisy people . . . to be a forest ranger or Rac- coon Park Warden. MATTHEW THOMAS .... Wat! . . . General . . . favorite class-geography . . . hunting, Eshing and baseball take up spare time . . . after graduation: a good job and bachelorhood ffl. HELEN TIRIK . . . Hef. . .Home Eco- nomics . . C.E.P. class . . . collects photo- graphs of anything . . . enjoys English and movies . . . quiet until she is known . . . work after graduation . . . to make a lot of money. 45 4, ,M f J' sv- 'T' X4 8 Nw ,tx , -at ea. it, ig, ALBERT TK.-KCI-I . . . Pmrliic' .... -X uto- Nlechanic ...the guy with the harmonica . . .enjoys related science . . . main inter- est is sleeping . . . undecided about his future. HELEN TOMEO . . . Tools . . . Book- keeping. . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y Vice President, Class Treasurer, and QUIPPIAN . . . doesn't like ancient literature . . . can make the gloomiest person feel happy . . . will be a bookkeeper. MARIE TRKULJA . . . Turk . . . Com- mercial . . . sort of wacky but a good kid . . . Leaders' Club . . . intramurals . Armv-Navy team . . . favorite pastime is sports . . . would like to travel the United States. BILL TURNER . . . Bull . . . General . . . thinks the only place where you can really sleep is in class . . . favorite sub- ject is Ace's Shop . . . likes automobiles . he's heading westward after gradua- tion. EDVVARD VASKO . . . Eddie . . . Auto- Mechanic . . . kinda quiet and girl-shy . . . active member of anti-math league . . . likes to play mushball and drive a car . . . plans to have his own gas station some day. EDITH VOLPE . . . Edie . . . Home Economics . . . Girls' Chorus, Leaders' Club, C.E.P. class . . . was a member of Quip Tri-Hi-Y, F.H.A., A.B.K. . . . Tigers basketball team . . . always tries to get out of homework . . . to make money. DENVER WALTON . . . Denny : . . General . . . QUIPPIAN Feature committee . . . trig and physics are favorites . . . hob- bies: astronomy and model railroad build- ing . . . 2nd prize Pa. week contest . science-Fiction fan . . . goal-Nobel prize in science. 46 EDXY.-XRD TOLFA, ,IR .... Sonny . . . Academic . . . a dark-eyed, good-looking guy . . . Band . . . Baseball, pitcher . . . has a life-long dislike for Latin . . . interested in music . . .intends to be an F.B.I. agent. BETTY JANE TOTH . . . B. . . . Academic . . . jr. Red Cross, QEIPPIAN Art Editor, Tri-Hi-Y, N.H.S .... first place, Pennsylvania Week contest . . . always designing things . . . enjoys swimming, skating, movies . . . to be a housewife. MARY TSELEPIS . . . Telep . . . Steno- graphic . . . Quip Tri-Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms, QL'II'I'IAN . . . intramurals . . .likes short- hand . . . dancing, eating, collecting pic- tures . . . always seen laughing with Anita . . . will be a stenographer. FRANCES VASILIS . . . Fran . . . Home Ec .... a quiet girl and nice . . . Future Homemaker of America . . . enjoys col- lecting photographs and writing letters . . . likes to dance to popular music . . . wants a good job. JOSEPH VITALE . . .Zae . . . Machinist . . . only ambition in li e is to enjoy him- self. . . nice to know . . . likes to draw airplanes . . . favorite class is history . . . future is undecided. ROBERT VOYNIK . . . Hank . . . Aca- demic . . . quiet and nice . . .likes to read about unusual places and things . . . en- joys traveling, watching T.V. and sports . . . will attend college. JOAN XVELSH . . . Yoanie . . . Steno- graphic . . . can't see why she has to take history. . . movies, dancing, and television in her spare time . . . pet peeve-home- work . . . will be an office worker. MAY CLASS AMES XNILES Lie General the only guy who can sleep rn class and get away wlth lt lxkes mechanlcal drawmg an actlve member of the Do Away Wrth Hxstory club may joxn the servlce MARII YNI VS ILSON Ware Home Economlcs doesn t enjoy has tory C E P class llkes horse racing, square dancmg and bowlmg loves to razz people cars appeal to her earn her own llVll'1g., GORDON ZERXTICH Gord Clencal H1 'I another law fan always Hllmlflhg gurls a good fisher man and a Cood oe to know wr be a bachelor wxth money JOHN ZOBRAK Zo AC'lCl6IT1lC you think he s qulet untrl you know nm member of aoz s W adball Bn gade enloys chemlstry hobblcs are sports and gurls future rs Ul'lilCClLlCLl ETHERIWE WOFFORD Lzttle Rene Clerrcal she has a hello for everyone C l' P class mrramural sports thmks up clever halrdoes movies dancing and Slnglnb rake up her tlme to be a secretary STEPHFN ZANETLLLI' S Ste e Spec1al enjoy s all subjeets favornte class IS Trmg, and Solld a Creek Import nxce to know future undeclded ELOlNA AWN ZLG-XY Iona ca demlc a sweet gnrl to know Pres1 dent of Gxrls Chorus X Teens 'Nlasque and Dagger QlIllIAN lf H -X Chorallers llkes to play the piano and dance a future woman ln whxte RICHARD XXOZNICRI Ilfoz -Xcademlc always JORIHB easy gorng H1 Y QL1PPlAx warslty basketball pliyer and football manager favorlte pasrrmes are eatmb sleepung, and Hopewell college after gr uluatxon ANTTHONY ZL-XTOY ICH JR Zlatr AC'1LlCl'T'llC one of 'Vlr Rus Clffl s Cub Reporters H1 Y Band Sweater Club xnterested IH sports and medrelne to become a doctor MARY LOUISE OCON 'NIOR 'Vlary Lou Clerlcal Y Ieens mtramural basketball '1 hlstory fan enjoysswxmmlng photography and dancing will be a Laboratory worker Vhles M VWSOH E Wofford XROZIHCRI G Zermch Zanetules A Llatovnch J Zobrak E Zugay M OConnor T 47 1 Y rl ... ... an - Y- v- -- vu V I X v 1 . v , V 1 , 4 7 . . 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X ja 6 Y. , b, :v b Z ,f V 0 Q2 if i :Q f 42' 1 F iw, 3 w I! 0 n i f ii Z JL ' V Patt Sickelsmith, 2' ' N Dave Kennedy R, . i 'Q' W X 4 . 1 Leonar o s . 1 X if 7 I O H Qi 4, f ' i' X ii , K I a jg s 'rfq i ' , A Lillian Russo Stan e Lake , Mu ww ,- Pusco Sy mons, Bab1cl1 Postal, 'Nhller 'H-491 UNIORS CLASS GF 1953 OFFICERS Presldent Mce Pl'CSlLlCflf Secretary 'I reasurer Parlxamentarlan Sgt at Arms Rlchard I usco ocelx n Sx mons Nhrx Postal Joanne Bab1ch Benjamm Nlnller Pete Romlch As early as September the unxor Class began to plan thelr prom, Mard1 Gras scheduled for February 29 After a long debate, Lee Tolfa s Orchestra was chosen Several unlors attended meetmgs of the Sen1or Class, especrally QUIPPI ANT meetmgs Two delegates attended a Publxcatlons Conference at the UDIVCFSIIV of Plttsburgh As school draws to a close, we are anlously ant1c1pat1ng our semor wear -XS we Q0 to press, the Jumors ire busx III committee plln nmt then' ,lumor Prom. --5,2 7,--V .A -1 Nwpz-,,,r.vY I ,V ...,-,L ,1 l --,- p -.1-J . ,vs I .I g,,, nz:-11 ff-124'--..' 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Sunny, XL-111111z1, Y'fE:n1' Kazan' :X111scm . ., , , ? 5411111115 bz111'a1t1, NN 115011, 1.cv111gcr, Lump- 11c11. I-ffzfrtfz Rau: Dcvoru, 1.1-c, Novak, 1-1oy.1, 1xr1z111z1111c11, Skonck, 1J1N11r1io. CLASS MRS. 1-'I,P,NI1NLi lff11'1'f, v1 R011 .' 1QL'I1I1L'11j,SI'iJ10V1Il,1J1lI'I1L'1S, C1a11f1r1111o, 1.1111111111, Ciuwrgy, Nlrs. 1'.1L'Ill- ing, Xlihzzlik, Bows, GIL1111, 1.5111-. A'1'1'm11f Razz: 1'.lI'15LF, 1111g11cs, K111r1u11, -lum-5, 111'L11I11lIOIl, 1',spm1ru, f1x14m'1u11, 1.:1ur1tm1, 15r1111g11pou1.1s. Thml' lx'f,.c: Y11111s111, 1.115- ky, NxxLg1r111g111, l'c11111111.1, '11111111o, 111- msf, 15151411p, Y11111, Ly.111m'1Q11, Hours. M158 ADAMS lfo1'1ffv1 161111: 111111, Nlizwr, UQ1111111, HB5 .'X,1.lI715, 1,111v1x, I-111111. 51.071111 lx'f1g.' X1c1111g11R, 1Js111s, R11111, '1':1y111r, x1L1Y'1'11f'f 1iOVIL11, 1.1-110611. YVI:1.:' lxliz: N111.1r141v1g11, 1'1.111.11, 1im'r11' 115 1J11Nq1r1io, Nlcmomy. I-4:1192 l1'w:1: Ci1111rr11, H11ru'41rr, 11ru1wx'1'1114, N1g1111H1:, Williams, Xlurphx 'I' Srazri. A Smuznis 1111114111 1'1ill'XLf' i., x11l1"1I1- Klurkus, IJ1-viz! Cf1111L'l't,1 131-1.1sc0, , 11415115 1 1 1 1 NIR. NILCORNIICK licliwzz Rox: Naritiy, l.aNlart:i, Lake, xlillf,ljiilltitf,I,USlf1l,l.t'UHZU't1lS,ilillflgkl. Nrroml' Rox: llielatort, Urago, lgizzeri, bmith, Nl., l.41.1isl'1, lJ1Ci4:o, lwrncy, long, lr.:1t1ie, Ripper, Nlr. Nleformiqk. Tf:1nfKo1:Nlorris, Kristian, lirnii, Her! ropoulns, Delzmey, lestzi, Baker, lileber, liL1tl1lT1OVitl'l, llieniple. .l!f.feri.'f'r.-.' l5uHI10,- liureliett, ljitvis, Rot1ir.'n,5m1tn lx., West NIR. BIANI-.Y lfolffmz lCo:.:.' .-Xntliaxnssirm, XY2ll.IY1L'Y', Kel- ler, Rulmerts, Xlr. lilgnnuy, U'L'ori:ier Bzirtolus, Rntiur. Mmwnf Razz: Nuntiy Somurlzlrle, Spurtluri, Xlrllolu, Roticn Iinrrles, Duvitl, Sliuler. Third lima: Up., satnik, Sezlrsellzz, .-Xbazy us, litffilllf, Crn- kovicli, Lrosby, Polls, NL1lllQOYlCl1,Q,I'5Ui:I l'0Il7'ffI Row: Zziuettullcr Kunszmun B21gSl'lZlW, ltfvuns, Xliller, Reymbert, lilatl-, stone, Romich, Simantirzls, Kamcnslxi. QF 1953 Bottom Row: Neugebaucr, DiVecchio, Campbell, Fillizm, Barrett, Lloytl, Brit- tain, Mrs. McWilliams. .Yfmrzd Row: Lalama, Wingate, Tatailovieh, Tomer Ratlakovich, Tilly, Porter. Tlzird Rota: Mann, Reitl, Ftiniunson, Lange, Putittal Krosinski Craiu. 1'i0l47'IfI Rox: Hrziffolu , - .y ' . . , Iiusco Richurtls Bcanchi laz7cri Nlaro- vich, l'illar,Morz1n, ZFll'lOlSllf,4xlLjlI1IOSll Kemp. MRS. BENNETT Boltom Roux' Yurkovich, Burwood, Zu- gay, Tisza, Mrs. Bennett, Byrd, Iilko Prosser, Babich. Sefmzd Row: Burket Healy, Nlaravich, Oleska, Reszetylo Carano, Symons, J., .-Xntonis. Third Row: Passolielis, Hribar, Oliker, Sngrzim, Pir- osko, Dcmianowicz, Symons, F., McCart- ney, Sims. ,1b.rer1l.fe5: Price, Woods Monahan, Kalamas, Kaufman, Young Domitrovich. ' 1 1 x x 1 x JU ICDRS L - 7 4 ik ..- 53 MRS. COL'l.Tl-IR Bottom Roux- Forbes, johnson, Doychflk, Kolich, Biancucci, Harlow, Zermch. Sefond Roux' Johnston, l.., Dooley, :Kn- tlerson, Curtis, lfetleel, Thorpe, l.ee. Third Row: Krzmar, Dessler, Macl.anc, Thoruas, Vuketiuh, Klein, johnson, C. CLASS MR. HARTLI-QY Bottom Roux' DelTomlo, Gentile, Shahen, Mr. Hartley, Rogan, Huff, Kosto. Nef- ond Row: Dyer, Liberatore, Martel, Mat- thews, Tolfa, Kotala, Billingslea, Mesa- ros. Third Row: Brown, Myers, Sumly, Burns, Scoutus, Arnbrosie, Canepele. Absenteex Karmazyn, Lalama, McDaniel, Hyre, Pucevich, Smith. MR. CRAWFORD Bottom Row: Mansuett, Malackanich Kaylor, Parker, Mikedis, Pappas, Mr. Crawford. Second Row: Crivelli, Simone, Maneloveg, Keber, Peluso, XVilbon, Holi- day. Third Row: Potts, Kelley, Data, Casey, Ley, David, Tselepis, Johns. .4h.vrntee.t.' Baskette, Massoud, Meade. Q 'NIR ROSS ottfm Ro Ci ntilt rt my Ross Cirossi Melaughlin Pierotti Wt ond Rftl eter Sweet fahorsln lxros key Harlow Hacopino Himlman fhtrd Rot. Marks Walters Steirs Brehany Colangelo :Xexban iliOIl1..7'b.F7Z!c't'..' Be ler Krickich Miller. MISS MOR.-XX Bollom Row: Schultz, Evans, Persi, Yveigle, Cycholl, Miss Moran. .Vemnd Roux' Metzger, Murphy, Sampson, D':Xm- ico, Polls, Lyles. Third Roux: Symons, Fihbe, Elliott, Maiden, DeMz1tteis, Davis. Fourth Lechman, Boltien, Cuch, Miner, R., Hutiine. :Ih.tenlef5.- Dyer, Mil- ler, Lee, Maslek. OF 1954 MRS. RL'SCE'l"l'I Botlom Row: Pilotti, Pietrandrea, Solo- lovich, Mrs. Ruscetti, Drake, Dunjanic, Werner. Second Roux' Orsag, Piel-cielek, Sebastian, Focht, Momich, Marehionda, Laing, Drositis. Third Row: Mclver, Nichols, Baker, Seaman, Estright, Brit- tain, Edmondson. lfourlh Roux' Dull, McLaughlin, Shumate, Hons, Homich, MeCaH'erty, Gregory, Monteleone,Leivip. MRS. LONG Botlom Row: Povlis, Trombetta, Donta, Bevivino, Mrs. Long, Zenn, Markovich, Richards, Polojac. Serond Row: Hale, Davis, Phillips, Tesla, jenkins, Ayoob, Prosser, Yaromus. Third Row: Sarris Giammanco, Yanl-co, Murphy, XYaltlo, Kolavic, Neville, Sarkis, Bilos. rIh.rentef.r.- Frank, Battaglini, Possaris. MR. REINISH Bottom Row: Wofford, Hall, Ochalek , . i . . , Benedict, Poulis, Curran, Frioni, Mr. Reinish. Sefond Row: Smith, C., Esley Galovieh, Cerilli, Kovach, Person, Cobb Third Row: Fuss, Rebich, Marmura Smith, JV., Steele, Sutton, Pantaleo. flh- senteey: Gavalya, Pitts, Taylor, Trbovich, Zupsic. 55 1 SOPHOMGRES MISS TANNI-QR Bolfom Roux' Bcnt-dict, Gray, Miller, Nlontini, Pcrsi. .Vffond Roux' Dunfce, Blarmntlulte, I.nniIcrs, Houston, Infan- tozzi, firzizulis. Third Root: YKIIICCOYSH, Bell, Nliss Tanner, Gill, Inmbucci. .ib- Jenlff.r: Hancovsky, Shatfzilo, Tipper. MRS. SMITH Bottom Raw: Danylo, Donina, Brownlow IJISZIIQI, Pnjzlk, Rumunno. Nerond Row? Solita, Mzilaski, Ifzitur, Nlcfiarry, Mihzll- ik, Spears, Scoutis. Third Row: McCue, Tlgukovich, Mrs. Smith, Taylor, Lewis, NIR. FL'DI-QRICH Botlam Row: Stillwagon, D'Agostino, Cox Williams, Pcllcgrini, Pasco, Ynnlcovich Kraynicwski. Srfond Rout Gerasimon Oster, Chattcrly, Cassidy, Dickson Kaletz, Rossi, Patterson. Third Row Yagnoni, I.ango, Begg, Diacltligo, Seech Ccrvi,l':1Ictti.15010111 Roux' Kntchur Sligh, C., Bcthai, hloncs, Hziluga, I,:1cour Nlnrinucui, Nloorc, Sligh, R. .1'.6.frr11feJ. Kozlowski, Young. NIR. ZAIIURCIIAK linllffm lQn:z'.' Ilairtiaixxgiy, Nlyt-rs, Irrin- batli, Ilolicin, Spit-rs, Ilificto, Iiuonzi, Rnnglc. .Yn'om1' Rox: .-Xgostinc, Hunter, Darby, Cobb, Nlullnn, Kzilinzir, Iilwolct, Zobrzila, Hr. fziliorcllzlla. 'lilizrif Rox: Glenn, Nlcncztnin, Xloorr, .-Xtailiotis, Huxsiscr R1 ioviuli 'Nloorc Q ., , .i , . , ,taimm Losto, I'ox. .1'b5fr1rn'f.' Rolis. 56 MRS. CHAMBERS Bottom Row: I-Iale, Solomon, Strohm, Moore, Vail, Politano, Brown, Mrs. Chambers. Serond Row: Plutko, De- I-Iaven, YYittner, Close, Thomas, Seaman Candelmo, Myers. Third Row: Legge, Silvestri, Ciletti, Mesaros, Padgett, Shaf- fer, Zonetulles, Dudley. Fourth Row: Alex- ander, Hyre, Sarelli, Crosby, Brown Lewis. x 7 CLASS GF 1955 MR. DAVIS Bottom Row: Oddis, DiChellis, Shott, Pilotti, Periski, Trkulja, Swen, Mr. Davis. Serond Row' S 'mons Radovich Sellari - P , I-Ierdal, Scott, Vas, VVilson,, Davis? Third Row: Deceder, Cercone, Thomas, Torbieh, Ross, Trantangelo, Doyeich, Red. Fourth Row:Powell, Miller, McDon- ald, Gilbert, DiCico, Turkovich. MRS. EDWARDS Bottom Row: Ataliolis, Hurley, Deramo, Cunningham, Diaddigo, Stanlrope, Kelly, Iidwards. Serond Row: Avrakotos, Her- ring, Baranowski, Crisi, Beistel, De- Leonardis. Third Row: DiNardo, Can- onaco Chalu a Fordice Gianetta Sve Y p I Y T dok, Crossland: Norman. Fourth Row: Colbert, Lewis, Milliner, Irwin, Young, Cindrich, Smith, Bartholomew, Jeter. MISS TOMICH Bottom Row: McCormich, Tilton, Mann Miller, Lowdermilk, Planieri, Prodaro: vich Skiba Miss Tomich Sern , , . . o d Raw: Marasterski, Radovich, Lance, Young, L., Young, I., Liptak, Moore. Third Row: Palmer, O'Neal, Yaeopino, Nulfi, Dzuro, Mosely, Glover. Ah.vfntee.f: Anderson, Mazzoca, Zernich. 57 FRESHMA 1 NIISS NI-QISH Bottom Roig: Constantine, Ifranglxos, Stuphcns, Ifcrcnc NI., NICI'ISYTI'N'.COIlI1CT, Nlillcr, Clark, Ilsnry, Nliss Nizsh. Afr- omz' Rctg: Nlorgart. Harvie, Tirik, Dzarna, Cilovier, Nlancini, Stala, Burris, Siahurn, Blunt. Tizmi Rox: Iiosclla, Seirfxrt, .Ictcr Q Clcminson, lfurcziu, P., Iigyuti, Ifcruncc, Klenovich, King, Cirosstinopl, Hates. .'fb.ff'71lz'f'f.' Taylor. NIR. .-XID.-XNIS Bofiom Rox: Hartley, Donina, Ccllini I.cwis, Alam, Yanchik, NIr. .-Xtiains N'rmr1ifRo:c.' I,ant7, IJiI'ictrantonio, liar tly, Nlountain, St-uicla, Conti. Thin Razr: Catnplwll, Ifattorc, Ifclgar, Ifarlicr 'I'oinci, Nlcllott, Ilicicro. lwrntli Rox' johnson, Ciossutt, iiourlcy, Craig, Kilt-nn Gaston, Dzumba, NYynlcoop, Uicri. .Nz- .vfr1.fff.v.' Dawkins, Nlarks, Davis. NIR. PRISLT.-X Holtanz Raza: Rippcc, Sutton, Sinolano- vich, Rarigcl, Shannon, Rcstaino, Wbiglc, Slizih, NIr. Prisuta. Nworid Pirosko, Ncitlcrgal, Wilson, Girata, Kristian, Nlcfiratly, Rose, Cino, Turhall, Smith, Beck. Tllffd Razz: NYaltSrs, NN'allaCe, Sailing, Getic, Rsvis, Byrne, Hart, Grubich, Denson, Collins, Tsclepsis. i1'!1.fenmff: Smith, Ilavitl. NIR. CRANI Hollow Rox: Avtlcllas, Sporny, Colonna jones, Bingham, Butfalini, De Francisco Sefond Roux- Camp, Iflorcnce, Walrlo Stala, Aves, Fuss. Third Rox: Yaklick Iolla, Cree, Rcbich, Kish, Liptak, Nlann y r 1 Saplao. I-'om-11: Ro-14: Nloore, Pcroli, Di: Nlattia, Vitionic, Catlcy, Pallock, Trom- luini, Bra.I::l. .ib.fr'YIf:'f.S.' Weight, Paich, Grow all, NIR. Rl'SCI'I"IiI Bffllffnz Roux' Bush, funn, Ilt-ntlritlxs Pcllcgrini, Ilanit-ls, Herbert, Ihugan NIr..Rustitti, Acfwzri Row: Woods, Pritc v v i Circirgu, Rubino, Ilayticn, Cwniiarri, Nar- s kis. lfzml Rau: l.xtlt-, Hatha, Stctan Nairn, Iroushru. f'7,:w'1f1 Kffzz: I'i.lI'l.iIl.1 P., I7iN'c.thia, I.lpt.il4, I'iQlait-lilaf RQ'- noltis, I-arlanti, I'., Spears, Kiullaranfi, Ilinrllo. 58 MISS MOONIQY Bonom Roar: Malackanich, Ranieri, Bat- tisti, Bruni, Mcfiinn, McFarland, Ric- citelli, Rihn. Sefmid Rox: Hribar, Nad- dour, Thomas, Ifredich, Shops, Zafac, Alston, Lapcevich. Third Rosati, Parham, Pitts, Mancini, Golixer. Ifaurlh Roos: Sutton, Shitiet, Smego, Salvati, Pollock, Sligh, Hages, Giofre, Martin, Miss Mooney, .-Ibferileef: Ingram, Dan- fanic. MR. POLOYIN.-X Bottom Roar: Mowry, Shannon, Lester, DeI.isio, Sclkovits, Barson, Pavlovic, I.ucci, Mr. Polovina. -Rit'f0Vld Rolf: Src- vens, Bennett, Bcttres, Bruce, Scisciani, Aschmnn, Patrizi. Third Row: Sellers, Sarris, Wallace, Hart, Kerstettcr, Brown, Mzirhovic, Katcher. Fourth Row: Cre- gan. Sheldon, Dcccder, Ifrangkos, Di- Ncllo,Pz1tricl-Q, Crosby, Hudson, Sellari. MRS. MARSDEN Botlorn Roux' Bryant, Vail, Anderson, D., Prince, Madzam, DelGuzzo, Caladelli, Casciato, Dalamus, Mrs. Marsden. Ser- orzd Row: Baranyk, Tanachelli, Gordon, Marris, Cancella, Grove, Crosby, Rud- ner, Kennedy, Gentile. Third Roux' Dav- idson, Grove, Gorman, Caul, Biega, An- derson, G., Boyer, Albanice, Brown, Bauras, I-Ielbel, Garifalo. flbtenteei: Threats, Marchionda. MRS. HOLESI-I Bottom Row: Trombetta, Lucci, Parham, Deffuzzio, Stacho, Williams, Pillotti, Aegan, Mrs. I-Iolesh. Second Row: Belli, Ambrosie, Paulin, Growall, Antonini, Bolden, Merriman, Jenkins. Third Row: Fisher, Oster, Hoffman, Jukkola, Crop- per, Maslich, Marocco, Oaks. Fourlh Row: Simoni, Merulli, Young, McKenzie, Gilbert, Turner, Sedlacek, Jones, Radano- vich, Mills. MRS. KIRK Boltom Row: Donta, Propst, Ruby, Ma- zone, Mascia, Denson. Second Row: Poulis, Rossi, Blunt, Ramunno, Tomeo, I-Ieinlein. Third Row: Lampone, Rose, Wilson, Lukocin, Zanieski, Zobrak, Cleis, VVingate, jenkins. Fourth Row: Townsend, Leonardis, Cavoulas, Forbes, Trombitti, Lynch, Steals, Pipkin. fTb.f671lft'.f.' Seltz, Neiman. 59 X i L EIGHTI-I GRADE 1" MISS GI.,-XSER Boltom Rose: Gratson, Santia, Laurenzi, Nolh. Second Roux' Marshall, Fedor Copak, Suttelle, DiTommasso, Purdie Belich, DeHaven, Stewart, Miss Glaser. Third Roux' Roscoe, Martin, Kotlarz Elko, Hodge, Skelton, Slayman, Pollard Brougher, Fourth Row: Carpenter, Day- cich, Kleist, Varecha, Corbin, Temple Barnard, Croxton, Horvath, Myers Smith. 1 y 1 1 s MR. FATQSOLD Bottom Row: McGee, Mcute, Naddour, Ribnicky, Cain, Corbin, Statti, Relich, Cekoric. Second Row: Tselepis, Swogger, Lupcho, Pierce, Vannauker, Herrick, Hardin, Gnarra, Moz:-onu, Mayton. Third Row: Romeo, Yezzi, Delfelice, Di Vecchio, Myers, Symons, Ciciarelli, Moo- dy, Kroner, Speirs. Fourth Raw: Salvati, Lynn, Long, Tomko, Thomas, Cannon, Twyford. MRS. JOHNSTON Bolmm Roux' Iirmi, Oliver, Kimak, Clip- per, Stacho, jones, Del-laven, Sandy. Sefond Row: Pierce, Scarcellone, Burris jozsu, Parone, Strothcrs, Welsh, Milleri Third Row: Yesolich, Rice, Mnrkoyich, Dascanio, Laird, Peoples, lfoushee. Fourth Row: Symons, Pinkosky, Bochak, Mes- jow, Daudet, Slatniske, Myers, Thomas, Costo, Suhy. MR. CARIVO Bolton: Row: Xkaimliock, Harlow, Hol- sinuer Pzlulin Thomison T. Salvati - v i l i V Powell, Compston, Mr. Lilflfii. Nrfcrzii Roof: Nelson, Coggin, McConnell, Evans, Dunn, Nllllllllill, McNeill. Third Rox: Prince,Dunn, Keller, Rossi,ls:1sky, Han- covsky, Sintziy, Park, Kemp. lfcurfh Roux' Stevens, NTk'l.Ill1l:!llll!'l, l.atone, Noce, I.ucas, Sharps, Baranow ski, Paich, Thompson, ll. 60 YYhat are you waiting for? INDUSTRIAL DEPARTME ELECTRICIANS NIR. I..-XDISH Fin! Row: Smega, Gianetri, Carifo, Mr. Lnciish, Palmieri, Mancini, Green. Src ond Row: Haddox, Sklaek, Glenn, Pio trowski, Yanko, Wytiaz. Third Row Hines, Trkula, Iivanko, Liberatore, Sul aya, Zubaly. NIR. PI-QT'I'Y Fin! Row: Rembert, Forbes, De Pietran tonio, Mr. Petty, Schwarz, Costo, Colcl lelo. Sefond Roos: Sonsino, Rossi, Di Cie eio, Conrady, jones, Dzuro, Yuhaz. Third Row: Shumate, Daris, Cheuvronr, Deltondo, Avolio, Dzugan, Parrish, Yar die. flbfenleex: jack Carpenter. Do you understand it now? NIR. NELSON lfirft Row: .-Xgostino, lfayail, Difosmo, Nelson, Huff, Clicuvront, 5Ff071Ki Rolo: Paul, Yaslco, Tkach, Rariovicn, Nlurlaus, Frank. Tkzrd Rox: Carosa, Nlarich, Dyer, Gruzinslai, johnson. ,1'bsentes5: Cincirich, Galzerano, Prigorac. NIR. BIECHLER First Roux' Yasik, Casciato, Stefuriacci, Mr. Biechler, Nigh, DiCioccio, Robson. Sefond Roux- Parsons, Hull, Ricci, Di Ciero, Plutlio, Lowery, Riblcr, Riccitslli. Third Bruce, l"lOy'cl, Nlarocci, juth, Porter, jackson, Casuccio. fi'b5erzlee,f: Mowacl, A. Fadool. AUTG-MECHANICS MACHI l 'C , j-Y Interesting piece of machinery. , , , A Complicated, isn r it NIR. CSIASS I--iff! 1Q'ifL,'vxlllCKL'I1IlC, Nlr. Cilziss, Nlillcr, L llc-ry, Lbinlry, Ny rico, .Wi'or1i1Kf,1z.' Brun- IOTZ,NlOTI,5ii1N1I'lIL1,l' vans, Yiralc, Thu' Ra1:.'l.uQii,Lil11.i, 5I7Elfli,ZClvl11ii, Nlowzxli. nf fa' NIR. CIRIACY Hrs! Roar: Vannaukcr, Baker, Ifadool, Mr, Ciriacy, Suiiak, Dolnack, Dfklsssan- dris. .Wfcnd Raza: louse, Remie, Poxtis, Crrtkovicli, Zelfai-Q, Simmons, lfiabor, Colomia. Tftird Rox: Scarazzo, Wvclch, Notts-s, Libemti, Byrnes, Campbell, Jozsu, ROSS,1.I1!lg. NIR. BRITTON Fifi! Roux' Gentile, Caliiarelli, Kozell Bufalini, Britton, Stiteler, Sarlais, Wil liams, Palmeri. XEKOVIZ1' Rox: Colaiioriato, Tibolet, Pollack, Nlilialik, Pluronitis Spcaring, Peoples. Third Rox: Rimker, Dvavic, Xlclinight, Inrigforil, Libcrzirorc Piotrowski, Pzilombo. 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',:.-'Fen' '--':vf- 'Hn --pl-1 sr Pie 34' ':A'f.2pi-xg' "1 er .. 'g:-iY'3-1::- -55 f.-,-.FQ J- .:-,-,-.',.., ' ,, 1- ' ,fv '. ' 7' "H,---.. ff ., '. 4, - -.-:,L', .,,,g":- x'-.fi-1-.', I -1,-2 ,. -,N-' '-,.- -...Q.-" -.- - :1?fJfaf ,ft , - T. .3'1?'7.'.'1'.'f',f 'L . ':'-f1"- H '.- fl,-P'-'Ts Z,S4:1'.:h5'.ib ' f' .Z.'. .- r:. -1-ff' rs P- . -. 1. 'lf , 'f1"?' ' 13' 1 .BW "'-Q" 15.4 -4 ,ri S .-w' ,-vigix'-ti gs ' .4 . 11.4. ,Vg Head Coach Aschman confers with Quar- terback Sams as ASSISYHHI Coach Fud- erich looks on. SEASON RECORD :Xliquippn :Xliquippn :Xliqulppu Aliquippa Aliquippa :Xliquippa Aliquippa Aliquippu .-Xliquippn 'llotnl North Catholic Klcliccsport lfllxxooti Citx Rochester :Xmbrltlge Sharon Hcnvcr lfzllls New Castle Central Cntholmt' Uppommts Ag ' .N 52 1 3 c Ury K, "x - v.-af. fl to Rs' 11 1? 'lfcry lhxurc Lx FCDCDTBALL 1951 .ae-4 First Row: VVilson, Rende, Taylor, Frank, Bell, Ullery, Mott, T. Mowad, DeVore, Sarris, Pitts 'Winer Second Row: Yardic, Murphy, Metropoulas, Hancorsky, Kemp, R. Mowad, Tomko, Moore -Xmbrosie Hrubovcak, Fusco, Passodelis. Third Row: Young, Cvyanovich, Fadool, Miller, Lewis, Walters Davic Miner, Brown, Trbovich, Murphy, Campbell. UIPS WIN 6, LOSE 3 With one of the toughest schedules in the YV.P.I.A.I,. Class AA, the 1951 Quips came out with six wins and three losses. Starting the season with but three holdovers, Coach Aschman did a credit- able job in rebuilding the squad with young, inexperienced boys. As an underdog in their first game, the Quips surprised everyone, including the coaching staff, with an easy 20-o victory over the North Catholic Trojans. Nick Passodelis and Ernie Pitts accounted for two and one T.D. respectively while Willie Frank counted with a safety. Again underrated, the spirited Quips upset a highly touted McKeesport eleven with a second half rally that netted two touch- downs. George Trbovich and Bill Rembert tallied touchdowns while Rende added his first two extra points ofthe season to make the final score stand 14-7. Lqfz to Righz: G. Rende L. Mott G. Wilson T. Mowad K, 1 FX I wr"I"' ng 45 rr Lffz In Rigkz: li. llrubovcak lx. Pitts R. lfusco N. Passotiflis ll Turning into foreign territory, the Quips lvattered lillwood City I8-O. Xvillie Frank showed hrilliance for the :Xsehmanites when he romped for three long runs and scored three touchdowns in the first halfof the game. Against a weak Rochester team, the Quips again had an easy time, winning 28-O. Miner, Trlsovich, Frank, and Taylor scored touchdowns that night although the Quips, as a whole, were not up to par. In the big game of the year against the Amlwridge gridders, the Quip line finally met its match. The Bridgers limited the Quips to only five first downs while rolling up sixteen themselves. The Final score of I2-6 with :Xmbridge on top, however, showed the tightness ofthe game. Aliquipprfs lone six-pointer was gained lay Willie Frank. 68 Lejff to Rigfzl: XY, I-'rank G. Trbovich G. Sarris E.. Bell sf 'L After elimination from title contention, the Quips still showed good spirit in downing Sharon rg-5 on the losers' held. The game was close throughout, lwut the Bengals could not penetrate the locals, goal line. At Beaver Falls in a tough-fought game, the Red and Black had to dig deep into its hag of tricks to score a touchdown in the last quarter to win I3-7. George 'frhovich scored the winning touch- down after Willie lfrank tallied the initial marker. Still on foreign ground, the Quips lost to a mediocre New Castle eleven. A heavy snowfall hampered the Quip attack although they spent most of their time in Hurricane territory. George Sarris scored the only Red and Black six-pointer as they lost I3-6. fi W. r"-N rf A J 1 Q 2 Q fa, a 'rfb W gf ff Rx I 69 .1 In the season s hnale the Qurps lost a tough one pornt decrsron to a strong Cen tral Cathohc elex en Frnxe Prtts, top defenmxe end, 'md freorue Qfarrrs scored forthe f urps rn their I IQQ16f6Z1f Folloxung thro xeir s season Coach Aschman can look forxs 1rd to another successful schedule, next rear at he Hrlltop qmchum Iomngonlx Exe Qmrters, hewlll hone fx good lm we for 1 Qtronu clcxcn t e ' sweon -Xlmw 1 hird oh h tisk UfI4Cl3L1lldlHiI xull be eased Qomevwhit bx thrs streak of luck Mded hx 8. stiff of ahle assrstfinm, COHSISTIHQ' of'N1ck I ram and Pete luderlch helprng vsrth senlor high and Qam Mrlfmouch 1nd Qtfm Bro beck superwrsmg junror hugh Coach Rschman has superlor abrhtw at hrs finger tlpS 3 ui Willie Frank is being downed by jim Kozil and a fellow Ambritlge team-mate during the annual cross-river battle. PLAYER AWARDS Richard Fusco is congratulated by Coach Aschman as he receives a valuable player award from Mr. Marrone of the local Moose Chapter. Richard's mother lool-is on. Sid Morris, local business man, presents a monogrammed blanket to Tom Mowad for his outstanding play during the season. ill 1,14 ,a 0 , - VX , ,,4f'l 1 1 First Row: Passodelis, Markovich, Frank, Sarris. Serond Row: Pitts, Skorich, Romich, Woznicki. COACH-SAM MILANOVICH Mr. Uram and Mr. Milanovich I . . ' - 1 , - X-3 1 1 9 X N4 , 4 l X ASST.-NICK URAM ALIQ. EXHIBITION 64 Freedom 46 66 Donora 44 57 Midland 41 54 Mclieesport 42 46 Duquesne 53 44 Monesson 40 SI Westinghouse 36 54 Ford City 53 W.P.I.A.l,. SECTION III 82 Beaver Falls 56 56 Butler 55 46 Sharon 37 If New Castle 45 49 lillwood City 31 41 l'lIlfl'L'll 68 46 Ambridgc SI 46 Beaver lfalls 45 Cc, Butler 44 44 Sharon 58 49 New Castle 48 56 ltllwood City IQ 46 lfnrrull fj 41, Amhridge 39 1 11,61 'I'O'l'.-Xl- IOQ4 QUIP CAGERS TIE SI-IARC WITH TE WI S, 4 LOSSES VVith a nucleus of two lettermen from the 1950- 51 squad, Coach Sam Nlilanovich piloted the Aliquippa basketball team to a second place berth in 1951-52 Section III XY.P.I.A.L. competition. Their overall record of I7 and Eve included IO wins and four losses in league play, tying them with Sharon. Pre-season exhibition games gave the Quips a seven and one record which area fans believed indicated a tight race in section competition. Their one-sided 64-46 win over the Freedom Bulldogs was followed by an equally easy encounter with the Donora Tigers, whom they defeated 66-44. Midland's Leopards, who lost to .-Xliquippa in the undergraduate tourney last year, were outclassed 57-41, although the Leopards remained a top ad- versary in Section VIII competition. Meeting McKeesport on their court, the Quips again copped a 54-42 win. The Duquesne tilt, postponed once due to weather conditions, pro- vided the Quips' initial setback, with the Dukes on top 53-46. Aliquippa's Romich 1131 does some fancy ball han- dling while Skorich and Pitts prepare to close in. George Skorich, senior forward, led his team- mates in a tight 44-4o contest with Blonesson, but the following encounter with XYestinghouse,'51-'52 City League Champs, turned into a rout for the :Xliquippa Five. Rich YYoznicki and Willie Frank led the scoring column in their 51-36 victory. Armchair athletes were particularly interested in this game when the Quips notched three more points than their Farrell competitors in defeating Viiestinghouse. George Skorich saved the final exhibition tilt with Ford City when his foul gave the Quips a 54-53wif1 Section III, generally conceded to be one of the toughest divisions in Western Pennsylvania bas- ketball, provided the Quips with a 14 game sched- ule that promised plenty of grueling competition. One objective, however, seemed uppermost: Beat the Farrell Steelers. Rich VVoznicki's I7 points were a good reason for the 82-46 win over the Beaver Falls quintet in the First league encounter. Butler's Tornadoes, newcomers to the section, nearly upset the Quips, but VVillie Frank's free throw kept them in the win column with a 56-55 victory. Passodelis takes to the air with Farrcll's McCoy and Crosby and the Quips' XYoz'nicki in the back- ground. '14 n 'W f' 1 'ex X73 0 .. ' an . X I 1 Rich Woznicki Milan Markovich George Skorich Seniors Skorich and VVoznicki once again took scoring honors as Aliquippa defeated Sharon on the latterls court, 40-37. New Castle's Hurricanes, coached hy John Klilanovich, took a 67-45 druh- lming which also provided fans with an extra por- tion of lwrother-meets-hrother competition. De- spite the one-sided victory, Rich VVoznicki, ace Quip guard, received a shin in-iury in the final minutes of play. Speculations that :Xliquipprfs good fortune had run out were dashed, however, when Rich appeared in the lineup against Ellwood City the following Friday. The XYolverines tried a deep freeze, hut the Quips out-maneuvered for a 49-31 win, with Skorich taking scoring honors. Promising to be the game of the year, the Ali- quippa-Farrell encounter drew capacity crowds to the hill-top gym. Hut Aliquippa sustained a 654-41 defeat that saw three Quip men leave the game on personal fouls. Julius "Hooks" Nlcfoy, famed Steeler center, added 17 points to his record, with Il fielders and live out of If fouls. Apparently stunned lay their Farrell loss, the Quips moved to :Xmhridge where their crosS-river- rivals upset everything. The 51-46 setback ended first-halfcompetition on a sour note for all but the victorious Bridgers. 52 S yarn Pere Romich Willie Frank Ernest Pitts Starting the second half, the Indians narrowly eased by Beaver Falls, 46-45. Pacing his team- mates in two previous games, Milan Markovich, senior forward, again led with 31 points. Ali- quippals seventh win in section play came at the expense of the Butler Tornadoes. After a slow start, the Quips took the wind OUfOfBLlflCI',5Q-.1,.1,. The Quips nursed their third league defeat when the Sharon Bengals left town after a 58-44 win. From this point on, the league-leading lfarrell Steelers were assured of their first place standing. In the New Castle encounter on the Hurricanes' court the Quips' rampage came to a sudden halt when the lawrence County Five tied the score 48-48. Rich Wioznicki again spelled victory with a foul in the last seconds ofplay. He led the scor- ing with 17 points. Ellwood City was on the losing end of a 56-29 walk-away as the Quips racked up their tenth section victory. Woznicki again led with lg points. l"r:inla sets 21 track record. NEAR UPSET OVER FARRELL That -Xliquippa was out to upset Farrell in their second encounter was no secret when thex arrived on the Steelers court With the exception of the earlx minutes of plax the score was de cidedlx in the uips faxor until midwru in the fourth quarter -Xt that moment the Quip bench held the entire starting lineup with Skorich Voz BRO'I HFRS ohn Milanovich coach of the lNew Castle squad chats with brother Sam Ahquippa s mentor Skorich goes up while New Castle looks on n1ck1 Romich, Nlarkovich and Pitts out on per sonal fouls Hopes that Willie Prank number six man for the uips could save the score were lost when he too, reached the five foul limit and Farrell went on to win 53 46 The last second of plan gave the Aliquippa aggregation but one consolation Hooks McCoy warmed the Steeler bench with five fouls Ernie Pitts drew praise for his defensive work in guarding McCox while Nlarkovich and Skorich headed the uip scoring with 15 and IO points respectivels Playing the final game of their high school basketball careers, George Skorlch, Milan Nlarko vich, and Rich Woznicki turned in impressive records as the Quips whipped the Bridgers 49 K9 in the -Xliquippa gxm Womicki s 18 points served again to remind fans that there s no stop ping a brilliant basketeer The fact that -Xliquippa had only two fouls called in the first halt of play was somewhat paradoxical considering the num- ber of fouls called in the Farrell game. 76 INDIY IDL AI P8XER'S POINTS HIHIIION I I MII I IOI A Skonch XXO7l'l1Clxl Nlirlxoxlch Rormeh I rank Puts Passouchs Sarrrs UNICDR VARSITY CO ACH NICK LR XXI xxlfh the J I Q plttul 'iH'1ll19I the same QC ools 'is the I umm squficl the ow mstul I4 x rs IN U51 t f9SL9 frr selqon Hrehlrehrmns. th 1r re ornl xx L two mns ox er -Xmlwrulee lhu suevunell mo losses aualnet Sharon vshxle losmns, one each to Duquesne, 'Xlonesion Ford Cltx New Castle, Fllwoocl Cltw am Farrell JVs Romlch goes up mth Nfarl-Iouuh for support ze unst Butler Fzwl Rau Sarr1s Glll Ynalettr Slxgh Plnfl Rxchards 9emndRau DICICFO -Kmbrosx Irboueh Nloore Murphx B arba to George 'WWW' v "Z"'5I' 3 fumbf' -116--1 -QW zy- Pzf-I '-Q 4 2 Q J a We 114 NI XI 51.4 -: I x ' --r Q lili- lllll lllll llllll llllll Illllll llll I llllil lllllil 01111ll 1'I111ll ' 1:3 10: 164 ' , ' " ff: xg: 214 . . 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Huck clears another hurdle as he speeds on to victory being the first hurdler to run for Coach ones CROSS CCDU TRY 1951 i-WVR Fzrst Row Fratangelo Dyer Baskette Gray Pmti Oliker Piotrowski Jones Alfred Second Row Kar mazyn Koslowski Forbes Fadool Young Denson Cavoulos T1urdRow Powell, McFarland Henry Brown, Tipper Johnson, Spears Forbes Rembert Under the helm of Roger ones the uip Cross Country team had one of its roughest seasons ln a long time 1n winning only three and losing SIX dual meets VY 1th only one returnee, Aldo Pinti, from the first ten men of the 50 squad, Coach Jones did a remarkable job in molding a team of freshmen and sophomores Kenny Gray was the only semor on the squad, and it was his first season of running At Hickory for their first meet, the Quip harriers, paced by Pinti and Gray, managed to win 24 31 Using an entire r Varsity aggregation at Darlington a week later, the Quips had a comparatively easy time in beating the Darlington Varsity 23 32 After losing four straight to East Liverpool, Central Catholic, New Castle and Penn Twp Aldo Pmti led the UIPS to victory over Beaver, 23 32 by turning in his only first place of the season At the VN P I A L meet at Alcoma Country Club the Red and Black placed tenth Aldo Pinti finished 23rd and was the first runner to finish that didn t qualify for the state final 79 Romich Pint: and Gray lead the field against East Liverpool - ' ,'A.-14-- , . tx: A" M x fi bv'-'g 5, . 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M - ., A Q ' 9 4 7 . . . . . 4 . . , . . 1 1 ' Coach Sam Milanovich P ihtnn-maj. 1' ff 'W I' 'ffl we. z..4fv-'G?"3' 'rw BASEBALL 1951 In one of 1ts most drsastrous seasons to date, the Ah qulppa H1gh n1ne falled to garnlsh a uctors ln the slx game VY P I A L schedule After loslng to Ambrldge 7 O 1n thexr opener, the ulps moved to Beaver Falls Vlxth the score at I all rn seven mnlngs of plax ,loose play nn the mfield allowed the lallsmen to score thelr wmmng run rn the elghth ohn Salvatx hurled hltless ball through sxx 1nn1ngs of the second Ambrldge encounter Then a bad bounce on the rough mneld gave Ambrldge IIS wmmng run xn the seventh frame Beaver Falls and Farrell handed the QUIPS two more losses, 7 3 and Io-0 In the season s finale at Fllwood Cm, hard luck agam prevaxled for Sam Mmlanovlchs boys Salvatl lost hrs thxrd one run dec1s1on when the hrst man to face hum ln the seventh mnmg h1t a tle breakmg home run Mllan MafkOV1Ch, center fielder, and Fran Ceravolo, second sacker, led the team durxng the campalgn w1th slx hnts aplece 80 Fin! Row: Milanovich, McDonald, Turner, Bouras, Mills, Ross, Decicco, Nlorrocco, Shifiet, Liptak, Brown, Cleminson, Brobeck Serond Row: Oakes, Sligh, Collins, Slatnitski, Walters, .-Xlbanese, Wilson, Ingram, Boyer, Palmer, Serling. Third Ro-La: Deceder, Syl vestri, Salleri, Thomas, letters, O'Neal, Nlasslik, Szirkis, Dudley, Bartholmew, Rossi. Fourth Roux' I-Iribar, Thomas, Shaerfer, Tor bich, Crimlrich, Woznicki. jUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL Falls, the Quips were on the losing end of a 7-o score. Sam Milanovich led his 1951 junior high grid- ders to victory in two out of three games. In their first encounter at New Castle, the squad eked out a hard-fought victory, I4-12. Trailing 12-7 with but a minute left, they managed to tally the winning touchdown. In a hard-fought defensive battle with Beaver A A ' L IQ Af! The junior high boys swamped their cross-river- rivals, Ambridge, in the final game of the short season. VVith many good looking prospects moving to the senior high squad, Mr. Aschman can look forward to more bench-strength next year. 1 ,. . .. .,' I ,fr v-- 7 A L . l l Front Row: McConnell, jr. Mgr., Lee, Ross, Delfrancisco, Oaks, Jeter, Kennedy, YValters, Frosh Mgr. Bark Row: Gray, Sr. Mgr., Billingslea, I-Iolmes, Lewis, Cleminson, McDonald, Radanovich, Dzuro, Liptak, Glovier, Mr. jones. IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Coach Roger Jones led his 1951-52 junior high cagers through a season which showed twelve wins and four losses. In defense of their two-year section crown, the Quips ended in a second place tie, one game behind the Ambridge champs. In exhibition play the Juniors defeated Beaver twice, 35-29 and 28-23, Moon Township twice, 40-31 and 43-29g and split with Midland, winning the 8l first 61-33, and losing 39-32. Section play gave them a 7-3 record. Losses came at the hands of Ambridge, 34-30, Beaver Falls, 32-31, and Mon- aca, 26-19. 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M 1 , Lf' My ga, ,- 4 flflf ' fel? ,Q ,- ca., f m 1, Q wv'. , 4 i' lk , Tl: if QQ 'iw A xv.. .N 1.4 V4 ef 125'-T -aw ,. y ,Ni Hg ,. "' HMB. nu ,A 11- .gr...f Q. ,V . - -M .-J. -. if? Q 52' ,, fx f l,.a,,?'L - . f, fn:-,f t eff 2 ' X Jo, ., ',.zi?tf f , ,fry Q, ,513 1 .1 fi 2 BA Director The pride of A.H.S., when the Band performs on the football Field, on parade, or in concert, it is an organization worth bragging about. Meeting each morning of the week, in addition to special group rehearsals, Band members have schooled themselves for duties ranging from neat marching drills to the mastery of martial, classic, and popular music. Selection for the Mid-YVestern Band Convention is an honor for which these musicians vie annually. Band initiation is a highlight of the year, al- though the comradeship and cooperation evi- denced in the organization is a continual reminder of the excellence of leadership and its worth to the participants and their many followers. 86 Mr. F Sporny CDUR DIRECTOR "Coach FJ." ponders over a play for his musical team while seated at the familiar desk in his Band headquarters. 441 X 9 f it -f JN' Y ,j IUBSTRODKN ffm! Ralf: Dunn, N. CK3l0Y1NIl, Neiscn, Tzlrquinio, Postal fiCY'11SlITl0U, Setters. -Vrfm1JlCwiz'.' Pratt, Russo, IJ'Urr:1x'io, Di Nzmlo, P4-llcgrini, Yukliuh, Sporny, llc lfrzinccsco, Coloilo- I nuto, llzinicl, .-X. lzisco, llzini-5, S. Kcnnuiy,Srolox'irz,Cii1lai Tlzini Rox: lf. Spornv, N, Ioncs, ll. PHSLAO, C, Llfllilllilll KQAHK-in-s, R. 'l'oll'i1, Ilizuliliiw, piroli, Biskup, iirivnu, Yonko- VlL'l1,xxt.'llll'lf,SY11lil, Rivutti, H. Bufnlini. I-onrlh Razz: C. -I Spornx, lluuhcs, Kish, YY. Amir-llzls, lfzirher, 'If Avilullzls Klllffi,SPCl'ilUfIl,SOI71I'DL'!'lZ1klL', Korriich, Nlzxstcllino, Ili Nint- tizi, Dc Nuzzio, Sopko, R. Young, lfflk Roar: Croc, l,z1sl4y', IACKET CLUB Composed of senior musicians, the Jacket Club sponsors money- making projects to insure the purchase ofjackets for its mem- bers. Fin! Row: Dunn, Neisen, Russo, Tar quinio, Setters. Semnd Row: Daniel, O'Neill, Frangopoulous, Zlatovich, Ken- ncrly, Campbell, Nlzlstellino. Third Roar: Hall, Garbini, Nowak, lolfa, YVclsch, Colonnu, .-Xnilrcws, Tippcr, Pettv. rib- 5rr1tef.f.' Bateman, Wiilsoncroft. - Q .X ULU Fin: Row: Neville Palombo M. Abaves Brown D'Eramo D'Ercole Allison. Strand Row: Poulis Moore, Williams Wi., Ringle, 'l'rump, McGrady, VVi:rner, Danvianic, Byrd, Weigle, Antonis, Yonkovich: Pappas. Third Row: Stepanovich, Alfano, Symons, Sickelsmith, Garwood, Reszetylo, Elko, Davis, Grivna, Kennedy, Marhovic, Maravich, Kimbrough. Fourth Row: Bradel, Mountain, F. Abayes, Dellis, Symons, Dyer, Kotala, Matthews, Healy, Gilbert, Hudson, Buffalini. Fifth Row: Turner, D. jones, R. Yates,Toth, McCartney, Pirosko, I. Babich, P. YVilliams, Revis, Charles R. Sligh, Marmura. Sixth Row: Housten, Lampone, Shaffalo, Sligh, C., Ingram, Purrachio, Miller, F. Symons, Piccirilli. Abun- tees: R. jones, Campbell, Gagric, Liberatore, J. Babich, Billingslea, Young, Sellari, Carano, Burket, M. Yates, Gill, Abee, Burris, Oster, Vreen. EACH CHOIR Mrs. Bennett, Director tion ceremonies and many civic affairs. training. liam Ingram and Patricia Sickelsmith. 88 A mixed group of vocalists, the Bach Choir presents selections at commencement and bacca laureate programs, National Honor Societx mduc Organized with the aim of developing vocalists in choral music, the Choir specilizes in part singing A proper use of voice is stressed to aid in the in terpretation ofsongs. Correct phrasing and breath ing are also an essential part of the members Mid-West honors went to Donald Jones, XMI BACH CHOIR orriciiits President Patricia Sickclsmith Vice President Margaret .-Xbayes Secretary Stella Dercole Treasurer Don jones Librarians James :Xntonis Shirley Oster Sealed: P. Sickelsmith. Standing: Der- cole, NI. Abayes, D. Jones, S. Oster, J. .-Xntonis. 'gp- ENSEMBLE The Bach Choir Ensemble is a vocal group composed of four members from each section ofthe Bach Choir. Their most frequent appearances this year have been before church groups. Also sharing the spotlight at the Christmas as- sembly, sacred and spring concerts, the ensemble has a busy sched- ule of its own. Fifi! Row: Sickelsmith, Dercole, D'I'iramo, Werner, Trump, Weigel, Stepanovich, Alfnno, Abayes, Wil- liams, Charles. Sfrond Row: Ingram, Sligh, jones, McCartney, Marmura, Symons. Seated: Mrs. Bennett. fix Q if 4 , G Data M Person I Paulm Seated A The Chorallers, Glrls Trlo and Barber Sh GIRLS CI-IQRUS Mrs Blanche MCWlll13mS Dlrector OFFICERS Pres1dent El Z ona ugay I nce President Margaret Person S ecretary Betty Lange 'I reasurer Bcttx 'ine Edmunson Sgt at -Xrms I edalba Petlta , op Quartet serve school and com munlty Thusf h h ar t ey ave appeared on Parent Teacher Assoc1at1on and CIVIC club programs CI-IORALIERS Fzrxt Row Keller Benedlct DeWeech1 P o rosser 'NIrs XICXNIIIIHITIS Curran Campbell Stewart Second Row Zugay Manasterskl Malden Scott Petltta Lange Third Row Data P 1 au ln Gause Person Tmlls Porter 90 ,,. , M . ' 7 .1 , v S '-. A I , 'A 4 . .. . A - -A 41 D . , Q , n . u 4- a Campbell. . . , . ' 9 1 J 3 'I ' A. 9 I 1 2, ' - : In A x I 1 x ' '. D Y D 3 17, ' Q, - 2gQ?5'?f,h-is 1 K shfei" 151,751 Row: Brown Hale Gillian Petitta Person Zufav Fd- , r r u a L ., munson, Slaiba, Stewart, Casciato, Herrick. NFZWVIIZI Rau' lfrangos, Young, llzama, Ruby, Benedict, llanvlo, Prosser, Ference, Campbell, Barrett, Aschman, Volpi, Slazmon, Stand ley, Painter, -Mrs. McWilliams. Third Roux' Keller, Russo Stevens, Nlanasterski, Dupkanich, Torner, Zcnn, Murphy Gentile. Dunfee, Susa, Romantine, Drositis, lfstright, Pasco Q "Q, gg ijt, fl Q Demma.1"ourlh Row: lJ',-Xmico, 'l'atolovic'h, Raal:1kovich,XYin gate, Data, Kalamas, Ambrosie, .-Xntonni, Curran, Blair Solita, johnson, Bohlen, Person, Lloyd, Porter. Ifylh Row: lid munson A., Zupsic, Lalama, Scott, Neugehauer, De Vecchio Kohar, Piekielek, lisley, Ochalek, Crossland, Craig, Ewing Landers, Nlarmadulae, Tilly. .5'ix!f1RoiL'.' Sarris, Hale, Mann C. Mitchell, Latone, Reid, Maiden C., Krasinski, Gause, Paulin Brittain. The Girls' Chorus under the direction of Mrs. M'cVVilliams is composed of ninety three members. Since their motto is "service to school and community," they par- ticipate in school assemblies, the annual Christmas programs, baccalaureate and commencement, and their feature attraction, the Annual Spring Concert. A Sacred Concert was presented before the Easter holidays by both the Girls' Chorus and Bach Choir. BOYS, QUARTET john Mackenzie, Ernest Bell, Robert Krizmanich, Benjamin Miller. st-- J' B1-f:,i"' ' 1 9' ,,- MASQUE at DAGGER Miss Neish, Miss Tanner Co-Sponsors QFFICERS President Janet Lange I Vice President BettyBLange ' 1 S A tt f I' Tliirlaesiilfdi' Norrirqxra Lzaiziri ,X A. ' va., 'Nia The Littlest Angel, Paul Shott, tells his troubles to The Un- derstanding Angel, jim Miller. While providing entertainment for the student body and community, the Masque and Dagger strives to develop good speech habits and poise among students. This year's activities have included a presentation of "The Littlest Angel" at Christmas, and later, a mystery, "The High Window," for the students. The annual spring talent assembly was held to raise money for the senior class. Boliom Row: Strohm, Lewis, Kuchera, Barret, Lazzeri, Lange J., Lange B., Byrd, Ambrose, Cycholl. Second Row: Sickelsmith, Leonardis, Laing, Zugay, Duker, Munn, Davis, Douds, Pratt, Pasco, A., Miss Neish. Third Row: Houston, Symons, Garwood, Shannon, Ewing, Hayden, Prosser, Ladish, Scoutis, Liberatore, Brittain, Miss Tanner. Fourth Row: Craig, Mann, Mitchell, Healy, Meade, Testa N., Pettita, Oehler, Abayes, Oldham, Edmunson. Fifth Row: Baker, Testa R., Medved, Antonis, Purrachio,Person. 93 'THE LITTLEST ANGELH N bd ,ffx 4 A X Ty- X-isk 'Ky Q . . -..x Q h, fl- V VAX, ul.. X , , , ABOVE .S'mIfd.' Davis. .Vmrzff ing: Pillar, Moran, Dcfcrler Mitchell, Doulls, Testa. LEFT: Davis, Testa, Baker Lloyd, liunzman. Boimm Row: Doychnk, Tonachcllc, Girata, Haney, Rosati, Tomer, Taylor. Serond Row: Lalamn, Mom- bich, Hyrc, Nlurchiomla, llzmjzmic, Kcnnuly, Wfigel. Third Roux' Gregory, Johnston, Bl'llnLlOH, Schultz, Nlonrclxonc, Daniel, Crosslaml, Helcbe1.fI!1Jfnzee5.- Moran, Miller, Kunzman, Burfalini, Pillz1r,Lazzcri, Dsfcller, Delaney, Lloyd, McCartney. 'Ax JN Fi Fin! Raw: Lucci, Marone, Roth, Munn, Trump. Muslin, Iisley, Davis, Rippee, Tangel. Serond Roux' Murphy, Krayniewski, Coley, Hayden, Momich, Jeter, Bruington, Sutton, Mullen, Poulis. Third Row: Pasco, Harvey, Anderson, Ayoob, Cox, Athanassion, Grazulis, Estright, Solita, Edmunson. Fourth Row: Pratt, Oldham, Speirs, Oster, Battaglino, Yacopino, Maneloveg, Burns, Hons, Maslek. Fjth Row: Symons, Zup- sic, Byrd, Persi, Meade, Blair, Sundy, Crnkovich, Keber. Sixlh Row: Hunter, Dukovich, Brown, Mrs. Smith, Dunfee, Neft. IOR Two ofthe largest projects of the Junior Red Cross are making various holiday tray favors for Deshon Hospital and making stuffed animals to send overseas. An- other annual project is filling a "school chest" with the cooperation of other clubs and home rooms to send to overseas children. Games, including braille checker boards, were made for the Navy blind. 03 . OFFICERS President Beverly lfsley Vice President Jocelyn Symons Secretary Sandra Speirs Treasurer Arthur Lazzeri TRAY FAVORS Eleanor Sundy and Bettijane Toth pro- duce the "originals" from which hundreds of tray favors are made. BRAILLE CHECKER BOARDS A new project ofthe group the makmg of braxlle checker boards mcluded these boss from the carpenter shop ack Ross, Alex osza, Ed Lang Bob L1berator RED CRUSS Mrs Snuth Sponsor Bottom Ro Hardx Herrxnz G1r1to Cmo Conn Parlmm Selkouts -Xschman hlem Bettrcs Jones Yerand Roi. D P1etr1anton1o lxnstxan Cohnaelo Yclonxs Foushme Brum Cerrlh Clels Tf1IfdR0iy Ros'1t1 Crovmll AmbfOSl Coulas Zobrak Zamesl-tx Bolden Rose Ruciner Qmxth Stala Bennett Fourth Rot.. 'Naddour Jukkolu Burns Davls Cogan os71 Ton1chell1 Canoca -Xvocmhs Blrlnowsln lxatchcr lz lh R Irombettu Cunnmch-nm lldcchhxo Clemmson Cos sctt Cropper -'xnderson XI'll"Ill'l I'l'IDl Brooks enkms LEADERS, CLUB Mrs. Carver C Sponsor Their workshop is the refreshment stand at the stadium. Can you see Mrs. Carver? These girls compose one ofthe most active groups in the school. When football season rolls around, you see the girls walking around the bleachers calling, "Candy, potato chips, ice-cream ln and Mrs. Carver is busy up in the refreshment booth mak- ing cofllee. Always busy, that's their motto. This year their prom, 'LWig Wam Pow Wow," was a heap big affair, and of course, there's the banquet with Mrs. Carver as a comedienne for the night. All in all, their school year is full of fun. OFFICERS Boltom Rox: Benedict, Petrick, Dulicavitli, Src-pzinovich, lfaia Presiilent Nlelva Stepzinovich eta, Palombo, llercole, l.:17zeri, l.., l.ucr'i. .M'rf,r1d Raza: Sail- Yicc President Diane Dukovich mento, lurquinio, lmgge, Trump, Stephens, l.csl-co, lleraimo, Rec. Secretary Veronica Pctriul: Nlziniiich, Shumaitc, jenkins, Nlzirkiitos. 'lVfm1' lx'ff:c.' Oaks, Corrcs.Sec. Ulgzipzilombo lfinks, Szikol, Nlclionailii, Xlurshzill, lining, Silatair, Suszi, 'lirezisurer Stella Dcrcole Volpe, lrkul-iii, Nluslin, Palmer. 1"o1n'NilCf,:4.' Nlrs. lietcht-r 5gt.z1t.-Xrms Norma lfaiictzi lilly, Klihzilil-Q, XYing:ite, Xlzirzivich, lunge, l.llllL'Tl, X., Kal- mar, Yukerirh, Nlooney, ljlxilfxllj, Nlrs. Carver. V fig Ili 'I I? 'I 4 ' L 4' an .55 99 gg K-.J is-tux ' FIN Hallam Row: Antonis, Dexuzzio, Burns, Brown, Williams, Karfanes, Barer, Nlurphy. Serond Roar: Dun- fce, Dzoba, jones Ii., Ifrangopulos, Oliker, Simontaris, Kunzman, Ingram, Purrachio. Third Roan' Mr. Adams, hlonteleone, I.azz:1ri, Yaroz, lfgyud, Gnarra, Tomko, Miner B.1"our1h.- Medved,Jones D., Miller, McConnell. AbJer1tef.f.' Desslcr, Durovich, Fuss, Growall, Toth, Waldo, Langer. :X sister-organization to the Hi-Y, the Tri-Hi-Y girls are also an active service group. This year they are again aiding the Junior Red Cross in their tray-favor project. Social events included formal and informal in- itiation, a swimming party, and a Sweetheart Banquet. Officers: President-Lillian Russo, Vice President-Mary :Xnn Forney, Secretary--Klaun een Tilly, Treasurer-Tharena :Xvdellasg Sgt. J,-,-,f 4,144-f L-,L at - Arms - Marion Xlaleshg Parliamentarian - Jean Rihn. Fir:.fRow: Yonlcovich, Pellegrini, Byrd, Krayniewski, Antonini, Gutierrez, Patton, Markovich. Second Row: Polochak, Pasco, Salvati, Smith, Testa, Petita, Lange. Tlzirdkouz' Persi, Biancucci, I.ytle,Galzer' ano, DiCicco, Dolangelo, Babich, Srolovitz, Olcska, Simmons. Fourth Row: Persons, Wagner, Postal l,nlama, Paulin, I-lineman, Burkett, Eadie, Lytle, P1acitii.1-Ulh Roux' Wingate, Mitchell, Retallic, Mara vich, Belan, Houston, Ayood, Estright, Symons, Yurkovich. i HT-Y Sponsor fl' Q ull 9-fl -0 Q P' 'x sr' 'F' aaa-'ff-'fr H' The pledge ofthe Y T T Y TEENS MISS Adams Mrs DeEerrar1 Co Sponsors F1f5fR0rL D Blalr R Dunn Y Balm P Duke D Connor Seror1dR0u E Zugax N1 Postal S 'Nlanasterslu Buchan an N Nelsen eens IS To uphold the 1d l ea s of thus orgamzatron, strrvmg rn ex ers wax to bulld a fellowshrp ofwognen and grrls and to mstrtute an enthuslasm for personal and soclal lrvrng, to whrch we are commrtted by our farth The 1n1t1at1on and the Ma and Me Banquet at Barrs Hotel started the Y Teens oi? on another year of servrce and fellowshlp Included rn therr many act1v1t1es were the Sweetheart Banquet malxln , g tray favors, rnformal 1n1t1at1on, and the annual Mas Dance Fzrrl Rau Gal7er1no Pxccmllr Ambrose Fornex Pause 'Xlanasterslu 'Iaxlor Lewrs Sarlxxs Russo Serond Rau 'lrllx Conner Shumate Bradel 'Iomer Douds 'Nlunn Davrs Belan Postal Avdellas Tl11rdR0u Slcl-.elsmxth Buchanan Dulter Smxth Dunn Carwoorl Campbell 'NI1rav1ch Rrhn Callatm fourllz l'ou Nlrs DCPCYYHTI Hohla Brlttaln Has den Oaks lxarmazxn Lugas I'uen Hyre Lxtle Pl'lC.lkll Rnhn 'Nlrss -Xdams OFFICERS Presldent Janet Gause Y lce Presndent Stephame Manasterskn Secretar y Mary Ann Forney Treasurer amce Taylor Chaplam Patncla Snckelsmmth lOO - 5. -.-1 gr?- -4 t 1 ."' ' V' lv . v I l f, , A s , ' I- i 5 Q' 1 ' , 3 - 5,7 .- Q A Q ' f X, I X I .' s f ,. I 'I J ' ' , trys ,f v2",,:'- ' . . , , , . , . . , . Q, . . . ",. . 1, .. . ,J. - ,1.. . . H . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, ' " ' KK ,Y Y ll Y! V " 4' ' x A :AI 1 .lx 7 9 tu 1 .v 1 'y 1 ' Q - .l ! D V D -3' 3 S ! ' , . ,l 1 '.' ' ,. h , ,. . . . 2 , r . " ' z . Q". A - , , 1 . V . .'r'. Q , ., , J. v .x nh 'fs fx ' 9 Y x .' r 'S 1 ' " " ' ,J.,l . . oUiP TRLHI-Y Miss Tomich. Sponsor .Ymlfdx Helen iliorneo, Nlillicent Nlandith, Anna Basilt-, -YlrHIzl'I?I,K.' Louise Piccirilli, Nlarcella Shixhen, Clara Romantine, Irene Grago. .6 Its purpose the same as the Tri-Hi-Y, the Quips were organized in 1949 to accom- modate the many girls desiring Tri-Hi-Y membership. The girls join the other Y organizations in their initiations, social activities, and service projects. If plans are successful, it is expected the Quips will become a junior group, grad- uating its members to a senior TrifHi-Y organization. OFFICERS President Millicent Nlandich Vice President Helen Tomeo Secretary Marcella Shahen Treasurer Clara Romantine Sgt.-at-Arms Irene Grago Chaplain Anna Basile Historian Louise Piccirilli Firfl Row: Doninn, Nlontini, Cirngo, Shuniate, Persi, Basile, Nlandich, Shixhen, Piccirilli, Ripper, Tzingle, Nleyers, 'I'rt-mb bath, Perotti. Nrrorzd Row: Pilotri, Pit-kit-It-k, Keller, hilinonii- son, Strohm, Schultz, Daniels, 'lislt-psis, l,ehocl-ay, Bruni, l,n- Sala, Miss Tomich. Third Roca: Yacopini, Nlarmaduke, lileno- vich, Griffith, Grirhth, Lazzeri, Shannon, King, O'Neil,l.a1ke. Fourth Row: Corsi, Carapellotti, Hires, l.esko, Abayes, lts- posito, Krisinski, Roden, Palmer, George, Somerlade. Fifth Row: Parker, Gray, Galzerano, Czivoulas, Gallatin, ltrnii, Crosby, Setters, Markatos. X' 'I i X4 , 1.5: Q0 4-E' Vi at FP 0 ...V 3?""" Ugg' f, SCIE CE MQVIE CLUB Mr. Tatalovich Sponsor OFFICERS President Stanley Simantiras Vice President Dale Nlorrison Secretary Barry Ncft Treasurer Sophie Drositis The purpose of the Science Movie Club is to stimulate an interest in photography, movie projection and the field of science. Included in the club's activities are: show- ing movies for classrooms, organizations in the school and in the community, and the photographing of athletic events. All students above the ninth grade are eligible for membership in this club. Botfom Row: Poulis, Cernccki, Nlisoros, Grivna, Tatolovich, Drositis, Huff, Dull. h'rffn1dRou.-Etlinontlson, Brown, Harvey, Abraham, Burns, Meade, Grazolis. T!iin1Rou'.- Petty, Rebich, Marmura, Simantiras, Deceder, Williams, Fuss, Pantezio. Ab5enlee.r.' Rodich, Antonis, McCartney. H!-. Sv' P+-Q A117 43' Firrl Row: Kaufman, Ackerson, Toth, Fuss, Abee, Grivina, Baranyk, Nlesaros, Second Row: Mann, Toth A., Cunningham, Mr. Blaney, McFarland, Palmer, Pantlaleo. Third Row: Miller, Rebich, Young, Paul, Heart, Seifert, Morelli, Medved, Fuss R. f11'bJenlee5.' Craig, Henry, Krayniewski, Symonds, Kosela. CO. SERVATIQ ,HU Tl G 61 FISHI G CLUB Mr. Blaney, Sponsor OFFICERS President R. Fuss Vice President XV. Palmer Secretary P, Abqg Asst. Secretary D. Fuss Treasurer F. Symons Asst. Treasurer j. Miller "To Become a Sportsman, You Must Be A Good Sport" is the motto of the Aliquippa High School Conservation, Fishing and Hunting Club. The purpose of the club is to learn, practice and teach conservation, so that high school boys and girls of tomorrow may enjoy the sport that is ours today, to be Safety Conscious both :Xfield and Astream, and to respect the rights of others at all times. First Row: D. Fuss, R. Fuss, P. Abee. Bark Row: Mr. Blaney, Miller, W. Palmer. ot: 55 'all' ,ning Ill gllluuzoll Yllll l,u llll lllil llll 03' f'l Rf ff! v-J.-'.L'b" null' mauudmllvi voaunnnlu1lNNV" ...ng 121171 unsasdllflii' lUClUl'lV"'.?5 annum 1 I num. 'ms up noun bf Q U THE BASIC ,gym ll: 'iq- it as Vw gjul Clorlewue rom center font Neugebauer Burchett Gutierrez D Gentile Stillwagon Smothers him brough, Yasihs, Jenkins Iiberatore Curtis, Dicltton -Xgost1n1,DeNIatteis Shahen Prioni Buono Sandv, Oldham Athanassion M Gentile Raymer 'Nlrs Bradley Abnnt Brum -vp-,nag FUTURE HGMEMAKERS of AMERICA Mrs Bradley Sponsor The Future Homemakers of America is made up of girls major- ing in home economics. After active membership in the organiza- tion for one semester, the girls become unior l-lomemallers and max advance to Senior Homemakers. Serving banquets and malt- Fffsldenf, Aflfnf Nfugebauef . . . . . Nice President Pauline Burchett mg cookies for the old folks home are their main activities, but the Secretary Bm, Rasrner girls and their sponsor also find time for hay rides, parties, and TYCHSUYCF AmwGuf1sfff1 other recreation. cafeteria girls Nlr. L'ram acts mood service from the J Sk1ba H Kuchera J Babpqh S Moore I Oleska CHEERLE DERS Mrs Betcher Sponsor Deflmtely the peppxest orgamzatnon m the hlgh school the Cheerleaders are tops m school spmt Leadmg the entlre student body m support of our teams IS a bxg rob whlch they do very well Asxde from regular soclals thelr b1ggest actlvnty IS the DHISW Mae Soclal Chosen from the semor class the L1 lAbner comlc strxp char acters ofDa1ss Mae Lx l Abner Marrxm Sam the V5olfGal and Lena the Hyena help provlde an evemng of fun RESERVES M. Gray A. Colangelo J. Patterson A. Mihalik C. Brownlow. B. Parker. 105 is' Cv xI11I1IIglHQf'.il. l':1tNIunn, Club lui. Pair Sinkclsmirh ,J 'I 5, ,J 1 T so 429. A45 H X - ' , . usiness Klgrs. fNorm.1 lingo, xlilfgilftf Xziroski Asst. Photog. fill. Alan Langer Cnpy I-Qllitor Barbara I-Quqn - Class lillirors Sue Nlarslmll, liuguniu Kalzimus, Lyllizx Lain Front Row: Daniel, Lewis, Kuclicra, Russo, Scttcrs, Trump, xvZ1I'OSl-CY, Lcggc, Bcncllict, Romantine, Ciutiurrcz, DL-rcole, Dlfiramo, Sarkis, Corsi, Ross, Haney. .Wfm1dlQoia'.' Nlanriich, Person, Coley, Stcpnnovich, Pnlomho, Buchzxnzin, Douils, Braalcl, Duker, Zugziy, Xlzmastcrski, Bzlsilr, Ccliyli, Zugzzy, Valera, Cnrapcllotri, Byril, Palmer, Dcmmzx. 'llflird Ro-:e.' Temple, Bateman, Nlitclu-ll, Crosby, Clark, Blair, l"IIlf'ilCY1, Lange, Lchoclcy, King, Shannon, living, Srzmmlluy, Nvlson, v .. 54, '. Painter, Iiucn, Nlozzocca, Bnbich, Shuhcn, lxzmcncs. Ifozirm Row: Bruni, Dunn, Nlcilvml, I.z17zL-ri, Nlzxrsliall, Oaks, lfinks, Harlow, Be-ck, Davis, Tyson, Sligli, Hiller, Lmlish, Painter, Connor, Salmento, Trkuljn. I-UM Razr: Bircs, Cavoulas, Zer- nich, Nlatijasic, Cinarra, YYo7niui, Zl1lfOVlCl'l,.'xSCl'1Y'I1?lFl,-IUIXCS, Garbini, Purracliio, Wfilron, NIUDI'I,l.1lliL', Sy mons, Sixnxintirzls Frangopoulns, Sickelsmith, Siktnr, 'Isa-lpsis, Susa, fiaillzitin, I.ylQs, Nluslin, Wlatkins, lonico, lxilmunilson, jenkins, Uzlusc 107 M. M ,A . ,q-vm, , 4. .- -ru Z . lm nf 4 L Ly" w 5' 'Pl' Pos. Os meal' U -x i 91? Q- Q' 65 X EV i i Ev I , M 'W f.'p. fffn-1' vi 4 , .rs-Mi. gif' K si 3 F 'Y 51 ?'PS'5"x M SSS' I I U Yr. C' V'.5ff:1g N8 gg in:-.3 ,f Qi Weis- Q K ...Ci -Xt rlght -Xgnes Zuaax presents a red ross to 'Nhr garet X aroslu COLOR D -KH Ji' r,-af' S. -Xt left tht 1nu'1rx Ll xss stfmtis for thclr Cliss Qong, IH' XLS Lg' thur f17JfblIlL1LlLf SPAGHETTI DIININ ER NIM C1155 Semors apptmtes lbout to b bltlshci 1 LS 1 HL 'K x., ,sit 5,4 Qs-I L ILL 112 5 DLL Q- -ii Q JANUARY BANQLPT 'Nlr Cliflorll Smith 'ulllresses the Llis JANL 'SRX SIHNIUR PRONI or 0 ful 1 xri L u LH in Ir nts serie bx l llmr NI rlss 1 -XL Lurfu Q34 PREXIES Janinrx Class President jukie Rmule presents the gan el to Nlax Cliss President Stanlex I rake COMMENCEMENT Lydia Lazzeri receives her diploma from Mr. Wilson as Eugenia Kalamas looks on. BEAT ANIBRIDGL' lr tlkcs m -Xmbrl LC LITTIL to brmxx rhwn fgllovxs out Do NOlll'!.LOLI11lC tht 11 VSATCH THAT CIGAR' ohn Ladlkl fuors 4. pep 'issemblx mth a few words ind muah Smoke IT'S GOTTA BE IN THERE! Senior Marcella Shzihfn has the szmw trouhlc '12 'hu rcst of-us. 'lfD. Nutr: I'w sn-n xxorsuf 114 AUDITORIUVI PRCDGRESS Ground breakmg ceremomes for the audxtomum heralded a long avxa1ted ach1exement for the communxts Now facultw, students and towns people have become full Hedszed sxdevwalk super mtendents as thex vxew the mans phases of con structlon pw. EFF?" Ylewlng tht ILIQIIIOTIUIT! from the. ---1 M 14" 'QW we ...ff-fff.2,':,':' W 4 ' -.Aw Wm TL ll' waxfivbwf ,, ' -X new of the front mth the Sfililum bexond II5 l ' 4 , 7. 4 , , W' Q, J , A L' -,if-'5 . v - - - , , Y Y , - N 0 --- , - - , ' '. ':- D.-1' . Y - v ,Q-. ' o g N-I . A 'il O .F L : V -I V M ' f , M 24451 . LLL. " ' N ' V , V' w:1'?',fsu'ivl ,L ' I - , ' , ' A' .,V Q ' ', ' " yr .,, Ham- 3 . f.fm,. ""' , . . A . iv , y A Q . I f - I -. ugh . it I I .M V - ' rn-.,,Wm , -. 1 f, ', Qs -4, , 713 VT Q sq . ' f - V' V x 1 H W: ,-W V . 2 we see the stage IH the foreground. ' If K 5 , , A . X ,E A M . , ,, M X 9' ff ' ,. ' W M , A -Q Mug- - b ,I A A T W ,T K K 'm . 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Congratulahonsl Our congratulatrons to you the young men and women graduates of Alrqmppa Hlgh School You haye completed your prescrlbed courses but more lmportantly you are ready to begln youl careers 1n the world WVe take ll for granted that you haye acqurred the foundatron for the skllls and knowledge that w1ll be requrred of you What IS of far more concern IS whether you haye been lble to acqulre the hablts and the attxtudes of mlnd and of Splflf that your COIHIHUHIEY your country and the world need so sorely In nearly two decades durxng w hrch you hflye come to matuuty, you have seen one cr1s1s after another These crrses haye been only the outward mamfestatlons of the lnner 1lls that aflllct us and the rney ltable results of our past fallures to llye and act by those pr1nc1ples we all know but often ylolate as 1l1Cl1X1ClllZ1lS as Groups and as a 112111011 And so l urge upon you that you glxe thought to so Sllaplllg Vour personal llyes and conduct rn eyery moment of each duly stlnt that honesty and truth and dey otxon to your God w rll pery ade our natronal llfe Only IH th1s w ay can your l1y es and the l1y es of men ey eryw here be blessed by peace and happlness We are confident that you w1ll drrect your l1y es to that end Chan man of the Board JONES 8: LAUGHLIN STEEL CIJRPURATIUN 119 l 0 7 V Y 7 A . , 7 5 , . 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Y . 7 BEST OF LUCK Best Wzshes to All to the WOODLAWN TRUST co CLASS OF 52 392 Franklin Avenue WYKE5 AUTO SALES A11qU1PPa 441 Franklm Avenue Phone Alzquzppa 296 i l ff fu, l AWK ww PM Men s Wear OLIKER BROS HOFFMAN S Tlnee D1 ug Stores 435 Franklin Age F01 10117 Con enzence A lqulppa P12111 P12111 11 Phgng 1249 Downtown -Xllqulppa 120 Pb0fOgl25DZ7f Live Forever CONGRATULATIONS fo The CLASS of 1952 XVe hope that the photographs of the school year ln this Qulppmn ulll allow you to relne manv txmes Ill the years to tome your experiences ln Al qulppa I-hgh School J In the future when you rush to pre serxe for memory some cherlshed mdr ucludl or event remember that Sxmdn llTdS Studlo can gne vou unexcelled quallty and SCFVICC on every photo grapluc need SIMANTIRAS PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS 333 Frankhn Ave Phone 676 Establzshed 46 years SIMANTIRAS CAMERA SHOP "N CAMERAS FILMS PAPERS Enlargers Range Fmders Flashguns hxposure Nleters Photo Albums Thank You and Holxday Cards For All OCCdSlOI1S Vleu Nlaster for Stereoscopxc Pxctures Camera Repalrs 533 Franklln -Xvenue Phone 616 121 It Ax 1 I . I I. - I .. . r . I xx ' A A 1 2 ali' I A AND PHOTO SUPPLIES I ' ' - - . - - T ' A - III I EWING LUMBER 8: CONTRACTING COMPANY Sash Doms Class Hmdwaae Paznt 9118 'NIcLean St Ahqulppa Phone 317 BEN S SHOE STORE XLIQUIPPA CULP S We feature A atzonally Adr emsed Bnmds un1or Xhsses Phone 609 427 Frankhn Ave A 1qu1pI a Let Leonmds Be lozn Ta mzte Sho For Elne Mens Furnxshmgs Famous Name Blands NIANHATTAN SHIRIS HICROR BELTS B V D LNDERXN LAR HOL1 1 ROOF HOSIYRX NIALLORY HATS NICK R1 C OR S1 OR'1bXN 11 XR WN ENIBLLX TIES JANTZILN SH EATERS LEONARD S .SMART MEIN S HEAR 419 F1 mklm Me A1 qlllppi Bea 61 County s Leadzng Aewspapm THE BEAVER VALLEY TIMES I'z1st zn CIRCLLATION ZNEITS U AN T ADS RESLLTS ALIQUIPPA AUTO PARTS 11106111716 Fdg cl I lass Fznnzslzed Installed Aew Lsefl Imts TIRES TLBE5 I3A1'l'ERIES COIIICI of Shdneld A XX 4111521111 111 St lone 1106 Xl qlllppll , I -I 'S ,J . . LN ' . 1 f . , .U .' p ! 1 - Q T ' ,.' . in A ",, , ... . , . . D h 1 ' '.',, pig A Dresses - Coats - Suits - Accessories 5 V1 A T, 'Y ' - 1' 'J . . . 'z ' 1 '. . 1 2 T, . If ' Y . ' -- ff? L 1 Y fm, I J . . , ,, , , . I , 5 . .1 .' 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L -M-WN L ,,-A...-1-v, . 3 . lllll ,I I Vin. 514 1 file: ' I ' I J . Q , IQ , g. f . 4, Q - H CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1952 Co,uPLm1E.vTs of CARTWRIGHT HARDWARE COMPANY 8 I 6, 199 EL 461 Frankhn Me LEADING JEWELER 350 FRANKLIN Ave PhOl1C 39 Phone 458 D i mv- new li ll: ,GM . -g:"'.:i'5-"3--" K I rn AH,Oll1Allf0lI10ll1 e Needs Shop At Come to MURPHY S MILLER Si SONS CHEVROLET Alzquzppa s Leadzng Stme 21st bueet 8. Shcfiield Axe I hone Allqmppz .17 or 9094 400 11 Frmklm Xxenue 9 .Els ww "f f .S lf? fi A - 14 -1- v . . ' VM 5 2 - if-, 7 3 "ATT I 1 v v, B- .1 VM , ,- 1 'QL 3 'Ly r 'IL ,, , I 'ig SEVQ A 1 ' Ls , Q4 E l A I ' ' - + if 1. T wi A ' 5x ll K 'q I 1-4 .I V- -I , I 5 . 1 . ', A' - 9 J ' ' . sw ' S S I r. I ' 128 SMITH FLORIST BOOK'S Shoes for the Family Fzmeml, Wecldizzg oncst Values Lowest Prices and OfcaszonaIFIowe1s 1 P1 mklln he XI quxppa 1 I'l"lIlkl1I1 -Me Allqulppl RECHT S SUPER MARKET COMPLIMEA TS TASCHLER LOAN CO E 1 Immekus Home of Fzne ualzty Meals Groceozes ALIQUIPP X I zctsweet F70 en I oods Phone 40 free Delncry Alzquzppa s Most Modem FIGLEY S Fully Equipped FARIM SEIQV VICE VVKHCII Repllll 56111166 IX TERNATIOAAL HARVE5 TER X11qu1pp.1s Only jewelry Store YVILII a vVB.lCh1I1dSlCI' RCf1lBCfdl01S 8. Home 1-rcczera Best. 111 ud11Ly8.berx1ce H BERGER Also Matchmaker jewelzy Home Ifarxn K Garden Supplles Dzamonds II atclzes jeweliy Radzos Brodlzead Ixane Road Phone 459R Appliances -XLIQLIPPA S2lIlSfHC!.1OH Guamnteed 129 H - . 1lf":"f'. ii' 3'9'. ' "1 i 9 ,. . f . J .-Z I I. . .y . .A , A . 9 1 ' I I . . ..V', , V, V , - ., f A 4 V W , .-,., - ,. w V. Qi. ., Y. ' . 1' . l. A . - . - I, - W- . , VL, , - . A ' 1 . . 1 For STYLE QUALITY VALUE IT S STAMAN S Phone 550 318 Franklln Me Allqulppa FRANKLIN CLEANERS 81 DYERS ualzty Ser ce 1332 34 Sheffield Rd Phones 1190 K 2511 ALIQL1 IPP X L S PATTON REAL ESTATE INSURABCE Ahqulppa Phone 601 J MCWILLIAMS JOHNSON OLTBOARD 1N1O'l'ORS 591 Fr1nk11n Ave Alxqulppa RED CROSS BUSTER BROWN I-11111115 Out ztte1s JACKSON S SHOE STORES BRAND 8. BRISTOW 916 Nlerchant St Ambrldge Phone 6 :J 240 Sheffield Me Ahquxppa Phone 116 , Q ' was -111 3 ' . 1202 Bwdhead Rd- CARDS - sTAT1oN1aRs - RECORDS , ' - -'206 , f ' . 1 30 Ce Cl f 1952 THE WILKENS AMATEUR HOUR THE WILKENS JEWELRY CQMPANY J Con mtulatzbm df! 0 Headq uarters for swf:-bmw P M MOORE COMPANY Lumber Mlllwork Roofinv Insulatlon Hardware Palnts Glass 1 12 Stat1on Street Phone 173 169 Statlon Street Allqulppa USE MORE DTI I1 kITlOl'9 DAIRY PRODUCTS TRY OUR HQMOGENIZED MILK Phone 402 Aliqtuppa 132 Bui1der's Supplies. . .Ready-Mixed Concrete. . .Coal and Coke WITNER 8: BENEDICT STERLING SER VICE 254 Franklm Awe Phone 463 ALIQUIPPA C FRICANO 84 BRO I'Vh0IesaIe Fruzts Produce ' Groceazes Macmonz Paper Pmducts 337 FRANKLIN AVE ALIQLIPPMX COM PLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS BRANTHOOVER S MARKET 1101 Irwm Street QLALITY MLATS 84 GROCERIES Y OLR CLOVI-.R FARNI STORE WOODLAWN AND SOUTHERN MOTOR COACH CO st II zslzes Gmdzzaies JACOBSON s e Speczall e zzz Smart Clotlzzng or Men Women and B035 483 Imnklm Axe Allqulppfi CRYSTAL MARKET fm 1116 finest ualzty XIIQ -V1 S b, GROCERIIQS Corner of K1eh1 St 8. H1gh11nd Axe Phones 9 8: 12:1 CONIPLI NIENI TS SLOAN HARDWARE FRANKLIN AVE PHONE 542 XLIQUIPPA 1952 QUIPPIAN PATRONS BATES FLOXVIQR SHOP STEVI' K ODLIVAK HIRSCHS DRUG STORE DICRS FXUTO S-XLES Buy Bonds Bc' " " U' 1 ' . zn f . . Phone41 . F, I of 516 ,H , . .A t o 134 To the Class of june '52 Our most szncere good uzslzes 1 Il utzne lzp y and brzglzl Um you md success zn all your enclearors X modlsh member of the Senlor 92 class snapped 1811116 Sl1OIJP1I1g 111 our College and Cnreer Shop PITTSBURGH MERCANTILE COMPANY 1952 QUIPPIAN EXPENSES In the xnterest of future senlor c11sses and yearbook staffs ue submxt the 1952 UIPPIAN budget as eudence th ll money nerseless workers money Yllilllllll p111s money stralt jackets and unlmuted finances are dlre necessities lf the year book 1S to be a realxty Covers S 600 00 Prlntmg Sc Bmdmg 2 500 00 ,s. ' 0 t ll ' . 7 'l fo' f ' llp' 4' . A I,, f ,, ' Photography 0. .,,.,, ilfiffffff 300.00 Aspirin 5.00 135 Prn ate Eye to locate photog Teachers Brlbes Hush money for test ansu ers Excuses to cut classes 150 00 100 25 200 00 125 00 New car for Ads 'Nlgr S2 600 00 Pood bllls 65 00 XIIIHHIIII P1115 10 O0 Tmnsp to Home for Physlcal W recks 200 00 Total S6 859 25 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS PHOTOGRAPHY Semor Ind1v1duals Fggulty Hgmgfggm S1fI1ZiI1I1l3.S SUKIIO Club Sc Athletle Groups Al1qu1ppa Beau er Valley TIMES Athlet1c Actlon Photos an Steve Koletlch Senlor Commencement Photo p 19 Russ Morley Informal Photos Stanley S1mant1ras COVERS The S R Sm1th Co Ch1cago Ill PRINTING AND BINDING IN 1ll1am J Keller Inc Buffalo N Y ' ' ....4....,..l..,....,..,. . d ' Q . Q 4, ,..s..,s. , I Title Page Photo of School ..,,,....,.,,s..,.......,.,s.....4 Steve Koletich


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