All Saints High School - Wings Yearbook (Flint, MI)

 - Class of 1945

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' W '-!i?g:1?,i-i vygjrxf 'aff' ' L--.-N ..:f-:5 I ' ,, V ' J-tg v':13Z'!,:. r ' e ,, ',y1:iz,,- f -'55 5 3..... - ' Q ' or :seem " . s x "u or ' . ' , . , , - Q.. " 7 'fQ'5."-4.1, ,,,,i --W- , , e6"3e, W ,ef THISJWAY TO MEET THE FRESHMEN OF '45 J ffei J ' A xf 15' -623 N 359533 EL?'i"wc 4n.HE55NZ' QYEE5 Jef J A 4: I N- .L23J5' +.ff""N. www- if ' f45V7 A"' HN'V'N QS: CLASS MOTTO nNo victory without laborn CLASS PATRDNESS Immaculate Conception CLASS FLOWER Rose Class President: leo Boike Vice-President: James Bourossa Secretary: Pauline Stark Troasurerz. Virginia Prisby NAME NICK NAME HOBBY Aurino Agnes nAg1en Acting Bolduc Joyce HJoyc1en Talking Boiko Leo :Leon n Listening to the Phd1O Bouroesa James Jimmy Being a man Broussea Dorothy nDotnw . Wasting time Caplap Ruth uRuth1eU Walking othaf homo Couture Edgar mHercu13sW Coming late to school yCzarnocka Alice , Shorty Trying to grow Delgado Catalina nCatN Reading NAME Demsxi Dorothy Demski Leonard Dmoch Denali George Joseph Gonzalez Albert Grappin Eugene Gwizdz Casmira Gwiziz Frances Huskey June Hritz Joseph Jegielnik Dolores Jakimiec Maxine Jozwiak Maxine Krutkx Andrews Kulis Jean' Kuta Theodore Lechotu Stenley Lorinska Patricia Manqiarecina Salvetor Manning Richard Marki Donald Mornen Patricia Nowak Genevieve Olrich Dorothy Osowski Bernard Osowski Stanley Perino Sarah Prisby Virginia Pyrch btephenie Rugqirello Catherine Russo Rose Schuplin Huoert Shaheen Uoneld Shustock Virqinia Sizlsal Leo bienkiewioz Genevieve Sprvgaia Eugene Stsrx Eeuline Szewczyk Gladys Vermette Richard Wagner Shirley Wasielcwzke Ansstlsia Slobolien Virginia Weiss Mary Louise Waskewich Uorothy Winkowska Antoinette Zajec Chester Joseph Sarah G NICK NAME. 'DortH nDutchien llDuCk II Sonny' nAlDert' llbalnii nKazian uFrannyu Snooksn Nbleepyll Mousen uMaXn nBlondien 'Andyn 'Jenna MTE ii! N II H il HTootie HP 2 t :I HSammyn "Dick" nMerk0 NCorkyn nGingeru nCherry Leeu uBennyN nbtean IISQPJ1 ll C'Xfir,::i' K hiteffieu Tlriatvi-9 IK nEssien nHubfrt hbon' Curlvv HYoho brainn HGi1qe1u Ntoeghettll UP GI : Y If ' Sl "f:U'i3 13 -, - J' s.1,i-CA , Q. , 'x.,!, ' ,.- -I rv i US WCG' I K.- . 'Efitcxt 'kfizucsn mfs 9 Ll? Z U nProfessorn uiollywogn nChet' lIDOppie ll HOBBY Walking Excusing himself Losing hiS books Girls Coming in late Eating Reading Ice iketing Hair Tressing Building Reading Studying Curling her hair Coming late to school Sewing Talking Collecting stamps Typing wesring glasses Spesxins loudly Helping the teachers Arzuing ' Healing Usirv a Mirror models bleegirg ' Trying to pess Trim ing of the future Trying to be loyal Heving e cold Doini errands for the Belcher Memorizinv Latin 7 electronics Seskethsll - Y s - 9 heir or ssirg Fisnirg ini saimwing Gstifzvg 'A' ffl nf, hone Petter writing Realize llpsl Loy Spanking Polish Tryltg to lose weight Ccolcing, Ccilbciing hooks Emilirg Getting excited Reading funny cooks Gossiping Sfandin on Top Q ' he Y ' or-Ld . ,QW A ..L.r- ,Q J' -. , , -L JJ 'r : 'G n .. L l l Q 2' x .I gpifg F 1. ' 4 I N 'za H ,I b , 4- A- CLAQE Morro 4 ' X ' Cgrgcxss ELQXVER onor V ' e ' lies in honest toil' ' a , a r I y QL, 0 9 fsfs '44 Q, W f ' iisgir QSEEFQA CQ- D U ' Qizph "'- gif? '-:aarxa--is ,sn ,j ,. . Sf' , ,FE ."' CLASS PATRONFSS St. Joan of Arc Name Astemborski Irene Aurey Doris Bednsrski Florence Bontumesi Bill Bruzewski Ethel Bubles Rosalie Burdgick Billy Care Nina Cusenzs Rosemary Diebis Susan Essy anne Fratiani Phyllis Gilbert Robert Glowski Robert Gonzalez Alice Grsmbush Phyllis Gresock Nick Jedczak Frances Jankowski Francis Jsnkowski Helen Kslskay Betty Kielisn Mary Ann Koza Helen Kuszma Wnede Lechota Tony Lenhart Lois Lesnisk Casimira Macksood Catherine Meroun Helen Okal Billy Pucilowski Donald Rsncover Patricia Roesner Lois Rostecki Helen Romanowski Daniel Skowron Elesncre Skrzypczak Germaine Skukalic Verna Strrks Violet Stawssz Ted Takes Betty Sykes Gus Ulsnvki Mary Ann Voight Frank Waseleski Rose Wolek Evelyn wolus Joan Zbiciak Florence President-Nicholss Grosook .Vice-PresidentfRcbert Guidgs Secretary-Billy Treasurer-Mary Noted For Blushing Helpfulness Oversized sweaters Eating spaghetti Love of Latin Quiet ways Raising reboits Banns Figure Cbonesl Profile Q Smile Profile Memory Truck driving Stealing scorns Nice chcrscter Attending concerts Undyinm popularity Memory Dishins out drugs Features , Colorful swe ters Nest spoeersnce Lens Reciti:tions Necking Freckles Prompt assignments noting Chewing Hum Bow ties Remsrks Sweeters Boys clothes Excellent vocebulery Rovinp eyes Ereins Chegrfulness Baking ,bilities Stuboorness laugh CJ-.:r t 5,5 Y uuu. Betietbell Day dreaming Bumming Pin bsllmachines Shepely skirts Youthful clothes Vocal cords BHPdbick ' Ann Ulsnski Ambition Blushinf Bride Meet a Senior boyl Wear an undersized oe Be president of ??? Translate freely Win blue ribbon for?? Bet Q whole rabbit Imitxte Ichkebibble Powers model False tooth ads Be like John Barrymore Memoranda Drive e kiddie ctr Squirrel chuser Bookkeeper Boogie-wooeie pianist Assingments on time Housewife Druseist nrt instrucior R inbow sweeter Housewife Bewuty operator Secretary More neckinz Stenoqrspher Soles clerk Actress Get gum to chew Be like Sinatra No. 1 Hoa caller Housewife Get boys brush cut Teaching slang Follwo Eddie Cantor News reporter Neet Whistler's mother Beeuty operetor Employee of fether's Catch fish Teecher Best Glovski UZTM Dresms come true Bum Own her mcchine Drnmstic srt teacher Proffessicnal cook Housewife F QP - I.'." XJ. .h I .,,, I-,f:.,5:I i X- 'fh' jg EAVWA ik ' Q-41's '-- Q- U .iiu , '." : 5. I,-f"""Ns. X .,',. X x H 'QLI 2 Q52 U4 A5 S VN ow 1 o U CJLHQD 1 HDMGH T95 N A fklckj BE RMGGEDH C Lzxef: Fxvsvleg Rea.: KQQC CJx.p.e9 P M Ravi cadx wx. CDA! o-git., 0,.fv GLASS OFFSOERS sph 'Raft an it SOYIQK 216 si de. nm Koa Vice -Qu aide nt 1 Soph 'ire ,aunts Lu eine Ki eh.a.n NAMEH Rrances Alle Albin Bednarski hartin Bnike Alma Bnurassa V3tUlS9U Chapin Jean Cusenza Elias Deibis Virginia Fisher Dara Fratianni Anthnny Gadlesky Gearge Garalszyk Edward Jagielnik Lnuise Joseph Joseph Kaftan Rita Kaza Leo Khzyek NICFNAME HFritzieW HP uMa I. ty n NAI N 1lKU thy u UJennnieNi Hnykeu. HLiZ W WSmJuksU "T-Jrlylf WDJQW uJCQE1u WWheezieU ,A WJJsephineN "St inkV" I NPFDFSEEUFH . x 1.1 V . , - . Dnrzthy Kielian nDDtu Lucille Kielian HLuluu Finrian Knnrfd Hnapkav Dolores Knwalezyk UDimplesW ' 'QUESTION BOX Why is it Fritz gnes skating er night? One nf the few in the elses with manners: mind telling us wh: tihrat them ta yau Pup? r Marty surprised everynne tv shzwinq a. up at Jeanie party. Who is S03 Twrt? Are yan really sweet on that feilzw in the ski sweeter? Be careful Al. Say Vethy we have been wandering where pau leave all that Wunkkeeping? Few htnwt letting as in an it? Buy Jenn 9? FDBM is that picture? Snell it be Ed Fnris? The Wunder. We hewr ysu like rei-heads. Is this true? We w:nder? Why the hi? smile? Cauld Geurfe have anything tv dn With it? Dora :cn't seem to :etch up an USF work, wha is he Dare? Say ?StD3F Why the intere,t in Gt, NiRe's? Cbuld it he Jayce? WhJ's yin snula it is that yah :rel wearing witn'Vi:1ini: on it? It'e 1 surprise tn walk in ft 9:00 A.N. and see Eddie. Get m new hlnrm slack? W3nder,hhy Navy d3esn't wear her hair in hrvids, maybe n eerthii fell3Wfdidn't like it, Hm.....? DJn't keep us in suspense Eye. Ie it the Freshiee or the Saphs? Why hrs with been ill dressed up Lately? Nvuli it te N---- ----- -?I Whet cause? an explueivn to uceur in the Themistry rvam the dey you hai H :lass JF girls? Cnuld your mini have vvndered wwsy? WUSPS have ynu been keeninq ynir- self? Or shnuid I ask Jim? D9 yvu really Enzw ell th: 1 TJFCS in the Dietiunfry? WhD's ring is it Yahke? Say D. where Cij yan get twvee lave- ly SUCKS? ' NAMEA Steve Magiera Virginia.Marki Josephine Mattar' Robert Mioinski Sophie Nowak Phyllis Paquette Puyiiiefretriek Gordon Ragnone ' Harold Roeener Casimir Rostecki Sophie Solosz Sophie Swyrtek Jean Strzynski Raymond Szewczyk LGna.Thurmes Mary Volders Lucille Waskevich Ted Zbiciak Janet'Ze1azny Bernice Zielnio NICKNAME !Maggie' 'virgieu N500 'Roberta' lzosn 'Tootie' 'Phil' 'Gordie' 'Heneritta 'Casey' 'Kid' 'Curly' 'Qqionie' 'S1eepyN 'Red' 'hbigailu 'Bridgett' 'Marines' 'Du Barry' 'Birdie' QUESTION BOX e Qouldyit be i,Q4 true that a certain Sene ior has taken our Casanova away girl Why hasn't Virg been able to get all .her work done lately? could it be Jo is out late, or is iti the clock? eEnglLsh starts at 8-CO. i Who was that tricky chick you had at the circus? iCould it be Arlene? i She looks pretty tricky in her , ' beige suit, huh Joe? y Wonder why Phil has suddenly taken on an interest in the basketball games? Phil has been doing a lot of skating lately, who is he Phil? 1 How come you've dropped from an upper classman to a lower? Never recite when called upon. Must be girls on your mind. , Harold is certainly dreamy eyed over something, is it J- S.? Q w be careful.Casey, Huggy is pret-' 't tiert. ' Say who's ring?' Could it be Boh's? Those hair-do's are pretty sharp. Could we interest you in Dyke? . Q Who's navy ring? I don't thing a certain H.R. likes it. Most people eat to live, but Sleepy 1 lives to'eat. Why the sudden interest in the Sen- ior Class? Could it be C.V.? Who does that black Chevrolet be- long to Abigail? I wonder. Could itfbe the way Joe parts his hair, or is it that handsome pro- file of his? X The boy who appeals to all the girls. When he comes they run. He has a passionate attachment to the Marines. Maybe we could arrenge to hrve your mail brought to school, how would that be? ' Watch out for Martin, Birdie, he' pretty sharp. - SENIORS,FAREWELL uGood riddance to bed rubhishn Some consistently say, While, uSorry to see them leave I3 the comment another dey. But, uPerting is such sweet sorrOw'U Gets weaker each time said, But what cere thee of such retorts We assure, they're good as dead. For we've lonaed for this hfmunt When luck would turn cur way, ' We've longed for this moi nt, When You'd be Beoeuse you s And we'd very To present our Some g1rls'll out 'our way, em to have all preferences much like to tuke over, idess too. prefer to be old-meids, While others business choose. But most will turn up house-wives, No matter what method they use. The boys quite handsome, though still lazy, Shell strive on earnestly? Just to fulfill the duties Of that of husbandry. Yes, you'll find yourself on your way, A merry one perhaps, Where mirth will slweys shine And in gloom surpass. Or will it be full of grief, hardships, and misery? Where there will be no place for mirth And needed jollity. So now thet you are leaving soon, We should like to express Our earnest thoushts end desires For your happiness. and in looking forwsrd to tomorrow, We wish we could foretell When wc'd most likely meet again, But till then ....... Farewell A Junior 'Xl w: XJLTL. . -x-me-J++? "' Mir -u-M-x-4+-H+""' ,av +1--1e'W""'H' -x--WN P -H-'X' -W qi?-I-ll-Ji'+-Ji"l"N7'x. A gf-1e-14-'X' -aefixi wx sea-an-ae-1+""'M, -x-as-as-x-x-u-me - 1 -It-til'-lv 'l' at -n-x-ge V . : +V, .k'x,,H:4++ ix- Za-xirwibl-i9ti+,4yi+"ni+itTc'g I0 A if' W ' ' -- 3644? H mmm, N in-4+ 4: ifmi -wi iikhhi 'H 4'-ne., ff QUNRC ' If M ,ae W4 'ie 'W' ac cu KBZJHDWWN ,W in I 1: ,N C- ,- 1- , 3 "+'+3++"'5' I' H + Q'+,1+4i++ uszfnzniffigfgm if Q. If I o - . I N + 'f ff ,o 1 hu., +46 y in 3245, 3. . 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E' 'l 5:2 1' " f Y , P Dfxiriw .1. ,,,g ,..4Q .." yi "' .:,, f ' Wffffff:i.ig'1f L4"f ' 'Q L ,,,ff ,,.1. f?ffiSRffakimQEQ!LQQEfmi -- ' s55f'f'iE: .'.-. L 4. "L1... . - ?fLffff1WqR 'h3iF' , .- lg X 2 -1- " HA -f..,.x.:-L. H ,.,- , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,TWQQ one ol CLASS MoTTo,.. ....so L1TTLE Dorf so MUCH TO no L cuss FLOWER . . . .LILY ' OF VTHE VALLEY l f C U C O U I I :IND .-'- X PWN?MIW'?UmFB 5:00 A5151 soon o 4 Q 0.1 English 8245-IAQIEQ 'ooo on 0 o so once HiEt9ry 9:30 A0150 not one 0 0 0 on Aorfo one no o as ooucou Setdling euemistry Agrrq Ceo 0 o ole:-ec53rL'i'gE-ty Lab' ooocseoooscuso Sagem on T?ra:'t I Algebra P9154 0 oo on yonosocu Shjrbtnand , 3 Typing 1200 ooo 90000 xx CLASS OF '45 - N5 mare studies from naw nn, tnat's all yuu seem tu hear. Watch and see when szhnnl qbmes again we'1l Wish that we were here. i We've had a lat af fun these last few years, and as we glanse thraugh the pages af this boar, we'll remember a few of the Quad ole' times we use ta share. Now there's Jim Roesner wh: is gun? ole' pal, and will be swell for some certain gal, fWU3? he says. Along with the :runners there's Dammy Grasby and Eddie Sinatra wha crnaned their way through schnvl, 81tUJU2U it's against the Gnlden Rule. There is 2393 ale' Plumber when a :ar is in need, and is heartly ready.ta take throught tue air, but it seems to us he never gets there. Chuck, Mnuse, Lennard and Veg wh: can always he raised when there is fun in the gag. The dress makers JE tnmnrrnw are Helen ani. Virg, wh: can whip up a dress and never be yu M. Alana with the crew who keep tue school spirit are Delores, Leona, Jean, and Elaine and altnnugb it's parting time tUey'll always kee up the senznl spirit if tue fbllnwing years. CRignt 21 There must be magnitism between vary and Jefry, and Helen and Eleannra fur every time yaJ see une, tHere'e always the otner. KOH! Sister BenJnia.J , Hattie Ben, and Ann are tne Enunivtinn JE this years Seniurs. fOhi what a :lese.D '. Gen, Bernadine, Betty end Emily are the quietest in nur ranm, but JU1 what fun 'ire fnen they get tngether at a rnund table iiecuseinn. CHQ, He Xiil Q 1' Speaking nf fun kids! We usually alwrfys za gay time an a enilly night nayride wnen Angie and nur iellyw classmates get together in same E333 ale' Harmunizinj. Altnnugn Lula and Helen are ennsidered suite studioue, yul shnali see teem out 3 rug when Jam-eezeznn is tuned in. , Vitn the rest JF the Qeninrs I'm ineiceing myself, witn WTnree Cheersn fur Sistee Qnnfilia He: eelped up ternug Jar tnuggeit years. ' Tee Seninrs af next year will carry an as we neva, tut:dnere's no :lass twat will brat the Seniurs nf gand ale' 'iQ. CASH Sister Bnnfilie.l . .wh ,Q ..................OOQ..-..-.....-.. 7 . ...'..Y'.' . ," ' ...L ... X ..,., .,...,. .....,.,. . . .,.,.Q.. ,. ., . t .. .... .. .............. .. . .. .fJean Blaleh.'4 nTonyn digg Vlntelligence shines forth from her iface. Q Whenever a question comes up 'that can't be answered just leave it ite Jean. She will put up a very strong 5 argument. We know she's right, so lmore power to her. . N I ?De1ores Cosi nDeen iThose twinkling eyes.... 4 ,41 Q This girl is destined for popu- + larity wherever she goes. She did lher utmost wherever it was needed 4sparing none of her time and energy. 4Good luck to you, Dee. iii . Edward Faris NBra1nsn "M fWhat fools these mortals be.n gf Whenever we looked for a laugh, jkthere was Eddie. We looked up to . him in our darkest moments, and what was Eddie doing? Laughing of course. That will be the secret of his success. EEE Leona Demski nLeeU ' ' HEvervth1ng she does is centered 5 around friendship. 4 Everybody will remember Leona, She truly is a girl to whom friend- 4ehip means-everything. We all will 4rememoer her for the school spirit .she possessed. Q 1.1"-f .,, . .. I 144 4 1. l 3 . o-ln114..-. i 4 ! I 1 s i Jw E T-4' a ' 4 ""'. . 44 44 ll 4 . 4, 44 H 4 4 4 4 4 I U ,-.4- 4 4 4 I Q 4-- 4 u 4 4 4 4 Q5 " ..X 4 "xv .3 4:4 any 4 'I 4K 4 I 1 I 4 4 4 .vu-Q. yin! MEM I 5 4 4 d i I 4 ' 4 Yi 9 I 4 4 5 . 5 i1l:rl'1'H'H"' - . - ... V5.--I ','.'.'.'. ... V!-'!.'.'.'.'. r.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' ' . . . . . . . . . . i xml, 'i ,x. s hun. ,-.. '. .lf -N 3. .':.1.1 5. .'.'.'.H -..-1 .... '1S'.'. -f.. 1 . names' sn- . use U! ' figs iewi. zgggzggtgzfgt- 1 gig such as hers QE? gotten. . S3Q:f:':f:Q., . iif- ' time Lai du' .' aww, t i i 1 ,5.ffi.jl'f: , ' if? Looks are so Gigi This Miss fig and when not fgyfsay that she ,h!.,, W Nf2couldn't ...A say '.-J' 3, A... .J .....l.'. V L, .-. .. frWe certainly ,. . wh 'lu'-if ,in 4.5. 1 nu- sul' , 4...-5,-I TB?- V .'f.'.'.':':? 1 ...q -u . .w .....,, -v w ,. 1 .......'::. T., W . .ap .. - - ---'::.'---f'."K..-,fZ'::- '.... -g.-:.-- F"'M..... ,,-.Q-N ' J-'L-:. . J., .J!Q::.'!-'Q-2,-:.':. -,-5,-::.'-'Q-g.'.::Q:::.':lb:t:::.1.3gr:-' - -.-gg. ..-:gf . .1-51,-:. .5-:,'.'. .I . 5,-,':.A-35,5.:f::!1-'::I!.'.:..'... ----'...... .'... -'.'......-,,..---,',....g,..---,',....--y,...-- . :-1-14+ fl-:ff Genevieve Godlesky 9Genen , She possesses a glorious halo. Genevieve always made one fee as if they were one of her best friends. A pleasing personality will never be for- 1 Halt e Gw z1z Uxfasge Kidn deceivinga knew when to speak to speak.' We'can't was quiet, and then she was boistrous. will miss herg ll Q Leonard Grzech Lennieu tv... f.-,'fZ'.iii ' I ..... .,f'- . . .fs S He spoke only when spoken to. Leonard perhaps didn't notice '.'.'.,-. 1 1 1 ' - what an impression he left behind 13'-'3 .,i ,,.. ...il 4 '. .-, 'Z ra I I I l him, but we admit it was one he 1 can justly be proud of. w 0 u I 1 1 Elanore Jankowski ' nJankieu we Small in size but what a big heart. Few people can be said to have ra big heart but Elanore has one we all admire. If you ever want va favor done I , just look up to El. ' 25525 5:59231 sie lnzfigggg E555 P -1 W ,shi ' 'fiiiillii REQ? 'EH! N 'Z .v 1 Q ll 5? 5 Q I ii ' -. Wig? i:?QE.Iq:':, 4 ,.:1- 1 .1 4 i ini tes 1, 4 3 F F ev ,,l L 5. li li mtg iii? ftw u 5 v Q v Q 3 I, 3 111 ,W rw w i. 5 1 1 1?511E5Hgig'g 1131 r WEN L V Z-24-34 ' 153253. . . . ., 15152243 Eze 2' , QF . .' ,.,.-.- 'J-:-t-dzi., 5 ,.,.. L . LW I a 5 I E 2 IE- 4 .-uw-- ' '-'ar '- hmad "--- :,g. .. ,. --I 1.-Q..- -'-......,..., . O i 1 if . F W 5 gig i I 3 f if if xi 1? I ,. li Q I -msg .-.- 935 V'fJ1tterbug'f' A ,A 5 Al. aief-,L 'iff V f', We fear ' ' was e, ' .", ,self V and eve nicer personali eV' There isn't mueh to say about henf ,. I, I se, J. A -we J: .e Shun she surely would go,Qut of hens J W , j 5 F A,' giust to please a perspn- u8ge-, u , ,L .. Vi,E3 3 newly does too. -' 1 :ei + 1- , f ,552 5 Elizabeth Lunkas x- nBettyu . Q u feeig n 1 qv . ' 1s - Q n . n 1 five f2-A 3 J7geop1e admire tall women. 5 fgq g we en admirie Betty foreher seen- l 'I ff e. This makes her prominent in -all'u e' W f ,5n fer undertakings. Success to you in n W ,, .fjmg 1:-he future, Betty. e X-egg ' ' L n ' Qff ee u Ted Koza e "Mouse" Being tiny is a privilege to tiny 3 f F People- e s , n e . , M? 'Regardless of his sige, Q5 must, lg., 1 d fi 5 dladmit that this did not stop Ted fromQ,g ,,Qg fwfgg er-making good in basketballef He mayEbe',V1Q ew LAAQ14 xfm37 g 1 described as an all-around good Spontxi ,T N n,,. egg 13, 'Y , f - ' d 'J een JF A ei.4, eddie . iifui ""'x -A525 F Mary Lyden ev nB1ond1en wid f ee Qwgg gui W ' V demos I e.,g ij .1"' if N Work is so much fun. ' f no fpdl Z is Mary has he? mind set on ushering. i ' ,?'g e ENC doubt She diese make if eeee sweeeeuusbeewe "Wi fettee we must? 5116911 ostudvine e . ing tobmake ggreide. ' N - A , 'Mgr'-fi' , -- VY Z "fl, 'V 'ft 4 I Jn A In X -A 4. F- ,, , I 'tw WT.. 1- N . xiez, K V '. 1... ed, exwvi Tsai L , 54- 3233-6.4 , , R P ' l A inia 'V1r5Q- ggx She possesses alheart of gold, Egig Q V Virginia is uoted forfEef5eftrsH3 l Q tic ability. At sewing Sh6fiS4UbE5w M sfor her fashionable designs. Best Qregards from us,QV1ig. 'I 1 H. . 4 ' .4 K X , ...Y Aknnflxdaslardfce f Urfani a" In her glances there is charm. We can certainly be proud of Ann- Her characteristics include an abundance of charm and persons ality, but friendliness tops them all 5,3 EYE? I 2 gig? Eugene Magiera nBig Mega 2 ff? Q Q l l ' ' Qfg-Effort and study are his mania. l , iigf' Everyone has noticed'howlEugenel fjggggstudies. This alone will bring gk? him prominence in the-near future. ?QisEveryone is his friehdi 5 2 l e' + MEL Helen Mattar WMiss Mattaru s.QQf?Bhe.life of every party., I A g Q. , . b V2 r ?2Q5i What would we haye dOn6MWf?EBw5V Z, , her? Wit and, are , ri greatest as,se'tsl,,, gifeojile 533:26 neil P21 ere wever'forgo5iengl K M.:-we :,, . W. . ,,4. X 4, V-Msfwsf QHMSL 3 -:A ' 1323? 'f3 2 ., . I S ?-1 'X 2' 1 " ge fl ,E L N, W V 1+ L g fi F1413 la' 'fits 4 K ' A ll J' V 1- bg L. ' Z 'K Q- 'N I 1 56 l , Yi , X, E as f :gf " tsl g 1 -M? 15 is I 1'-gi X Q QW , wx A I A E 'if' 251 gswr i'f Y, LE! -1, E .I . a . nr ". ,f1,,g.' x ff -5' ., ,. ,M , . , 1 . N Vx f I '-1: .w' -...N v' 'I-2.25 s l :Ex -.V -.. 5 I T.-...F--1-.n---.1 ' f' -,ref'ea.2f?11sf:.5:iff'fs.4 . Ar,-MJ .n,i.H:jh'6!u:.ui. . , . - .. Jgzsiiiii '- f"-4 f , ' t fgizzlfgaf 'Beverly McGee V "Bev" ' Well admired for her franknessv. 'Q W , .Beverly has accomplished the Q ,well deserved virtue of being 1 iiqggeriufrank. She has won many friends i 5-,5fv3,gQ','1n the short time .sho has been with Q 5 jigs us.. , - 1 Q z ' 2 ' f'1f"121S1l . ' 1 fra: :2325E5Q: ' ' . ni , , n -ifffifizfgf Type Henrietta Novak denny . L 5 1 ' " , ' 5 SEM' Some people have the nicest blue eyesa 3 Let it not be said that Henny did ' 3 jg? not speak her own mind. She has somei jggi thing in her debates. Her smile is 3 the pride of the Senior class. Q 3522? Q V' ' - 1-. ', .' A ii--:J Q Liszt. :fig ' 2555: Joseph.-Purzyckl "Plummer" xgg2efg?fff3 T egg' RH: Q? 1.1 355 . I fig? He does have his serious moments. 3 A WMQ P ' 53? The Seniors would have been lost i 2 v it wasn'st for Joe and his model "T" 1 ' car. Whenever we needed something to ,be done there was Joe. A real swell guy. Y Wish there were more his type. ' 1 www -nm U ls?f?Z5:e:E A01 2553-v Elaine Ozark "E" if - . , . . . r , ' 1 Brilliance is her line. lk l 1 Q ' l We recognize a genius when we sen E L one, and that genius is Elaine. An Q ' A p intelligent student ss well as s 4 i Q friend-ly person. . V 5 n . , . l ' I w ' 'I U IV i' I q-q--.-....1....., ' . .lr J! , lV ..-.-Q---as :',2i2lf'H-z,ias ' 1 g.-.' :. ,-:-. 'wwf .'-2'-z '-:- -.-,Q .451 12:-. -'ft Q:-' ' , Q .. 3 l.,., W ' J- . by .yen-. 0: -' . 1 1 I T? - is l f 1. Q:-e. 3 SQ as ft, 1 I ll 1? , -Q 1, l f ii 111. '.- gg, --. F455 F s - '-. - HQ, , ,,. . ...gg ,X 'L f.-2331:-f it ' ,Q - l 4 1 Rl 64. Q-. 0. .. - , ,.g. 9 aff. 2 A , 52,32 f . X.g5.:, f.+:- . . gr -Q-rag' - Qs I 'X' Ti , ff! ldi- Q. Q 1 .lil - ...,....... ....l...-......5 , l-..-.-Q-.-,ng-A..-' ...I ii! 3 'Iv -,J H X ff . xx X 1 ,',.- -... ..-.-....,. -,,... ...,,..-..-. I ig.-,-9 :- ,"--- 'lvl' rice: " 1-1' 1-' i 'pl f 1 Vg-5: 'Sai zz, -:I f 'L .g:,.:'f :-. .. LVT -.tl .,.,. - ..,. . .., ,,s,-.3. qs, iii. .34 .l. Lx 2:3 E ,iv Qiig :El 12' H zl: H 555 5 H .1 r-- .Ili . ,, 7.15 iw, 1:3 :xl 1' 1. - H J. 0 I E Q 4 I ? ? 5 5 z Q 1 qs E, .l, ,--. . .-.e.-,f ....... .,.,,. .y-,4 ,,.,.x ,-,....,....---.. .-. V Bernadine Flerondon nBernien " I wish she'd'soeak more often. e Bernarllne never 'lidfhave much ,to. Qomplain about. She slways looked S0 serious, we wonder-if anything in our class ever interested her. Helen Solosztnil, nCobinaN She talks only in whispers. Helen al aysQhesgs Crete she keeps telling the girls. They must be secrets cf her success. We hope that she mekes good'ln her business life. 1. Jim Roesner - 'NoseN The wefaaH"'st'che1.ee . - x Q ' . This tall lad has charm to spare. He listens to everybody else's trou- bles and is a Whiz at giving advice. We are all proqd of him. ' X x Geraldine Sprygada nGerryU Seen.but.nOt.heard. Distinctive in her' rrienners, Gerry possessed politeness and charm that can't be compared. We hope she con- tinues to be as sweet as she always was. A ...- ..- .....,-............q,-1...-.......-5.-. A , -. ....4,.-...........4....,..a:i....: 4 lwiifeaasi I P3144- +'sga32ga3s' 9 mai 5 1 1I,E5E'w c . l 5 + . 9 Q A 1 i ,il qi? i A 1wl5 Ifffgifffr 3 1 iff? v'f 9 g lx w I 5 ' 1 I 1 L 9 ll, 1 5 E 'P 1 x E r E E 1 i 13:15:11 1 F5E53f5'Eff l ""'1ii 3 I..-.-.-1 9 5. 9512" 1 +?21"f.E F T QQ 'le lf .L i is 's rlg Fly ,X ,X 5533? Vi :E i, Q. ! t il' Jf 5. I! 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Cool, calm and collected is the y jsp? description that me give no Emihmf ?Qig She has not changed in the four gWgY years ef high school weghaye.kncwn , Q2 2 fgg, her- ' y ??f N . ls 1 1 lg-, ' QWTC fhf 55W H W F we,- -' WF ,.. . -. -HZ' .- 1'- -'e Q' ia! The L fm? fee r. Wx M '1 - I ,, . Qin' .,- :X 4 N id ng? gif k, I b g, W. mem ffkfv. ME ,yn 1i1A 4 45- 1 14 1. lr, - .Yv- . 4 . f 1 ' . 3 V . K 1 1 . l A .1-1 U5 4 r. ., , .. 1 , . 1 1 1 i 1 1 , J. I ure? .ifizgeifk - like Daniel Urbanik' UDannyn lie' He can talk anybody out of anything. The magnet of our class has alwaysf been Danny. Whether in sports or studies, he has always accomplished y a top position. -m4 1.. Delores Vega f. nickanyff ' The light that never failsf The Senior class owes a lot to thi prominent student who did much for the 0 advancement of her class, Q ,X Charles Vermette . ,nghuckn gg? My studies, I'MeQeeewemmpl1shed to 37M'A perfection. ,h A The manager of our fine basketball 'team deserves praise. 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' ' ' fsmwveeafmmsmemww Angeline Grambush ' NJimmyn And she speaks French too. . AAlthCugh Angie hasn't been with us for a long time, we appreciate the fun and ecmpenicnibip she has spread tc new classmates. Without her we will be at a loss, Genevieve Korzon HGenN Her mind is an open book. W Gen not only possesses scholas- tic abilities but a yen for friend ship., She wzn-gLways willing to h us with our difficulties. Our los is the world's gain. Elizabeth Pieknik nBetty' Smile. darn you, smile. Betty graduated in January and left all her laughter for the Seniors to int to use. Wherever she wan, there was her laugh too. Keep smiling, Betty. - elp s 4 ' P f , xxxg I 4 -I'1BJJ"J"ililJIN6Ilil"' .,,,,, si? , .' " x .f ' ' ' ' e" ""' - Y ,L ' ' ' W " K , , -4591.4i?f.Li'if:E'.w, w 'A c e' -v'f"' 'V 'f ' l-- W ' 1 l.+fQtwhdf? , ' r " J V 1if!Xa:'ig'Sl! 2 f l. x- - fwpwwagj . . ' ., r, eq. ,ff - qjvr' ' " " " . 'J .,:'SKyf!j l 1' f ? ' --f l ' tt 'ft' ,,q , f , . f " ,. n XX ciqjl t I W5-JEN ifcigl M N55 . Q, Q X??i' ig mf Ann Maslanka sat across from D. A. U. Why did they stick up for one another all the time? Couldnft be P.A.? floor, trying to do the Eldine O. fell flat on the dance Polka? Boy, was she embarassed! V , r ' X X1 ,, The Seniors had their first weinie roast, at Roadside Park? Why was everyone'going over the bridge? A certain little straight-haired blohde, H.N. got a crush on what well-known Northern football star? The Seniors had their first Hayride, one cold snowy , ,gs evening----Unusual occurance--Jim R. seemed to have keptfff busy all evening while little D.A. Urbanik was fright- fullv lonesome ffor the first time in oh so longj W ,t.. Q . . , s - Ed Faris had a slight loss of memory the day after a certain Weinie Roast. He couldn't have tripped over an acorn, .,f could he? ' ' X 'ww Gen and Hattie went to their usual ice skating resort. Who did they meet and why are they called Jug-Heads, girLs?wee Lola went to Dearborn to spend a mart fascinating day. We wonder what Kept her home from school the following deyaig It couldn't have oeen.lar5ngltis. ' . li f Jim made a bet with a certain You know who, at our first game with Mt. Morris. Of course he lost, and what littleye blonde got treated tora luscious steam? can Helen Mattar didn't realize that anyone saw her at the X'- Palape seeing nGas11ghtN. She was looled, and who was.the short dark haired Romeo seated next to ner? We know who! L Mary L. was.g1ven an audition for err class.plaY? Another , cold Mary, and why so early in the Wear? 1 l ' qi I f gf '?i'4'f pg ,. LY :,L,.:5 , 'ATL , fm 5215151 ,..., Lf? " M23 . 4.43 F it ,A 'I "'4f tl I l K - . Y gi 'f . ,523 . ., '- yfZN .enum f . .. .,-vx.Mxf'.u-. w , Af'N IQHQQQEMQQSQ ,M aawqgymwf. v . J ' ' g -uh" on x . --r A if! 4 7dr xg: - 1 . View FE 705 s- 'px -. fe E , .555 V' H' I My . , ,. .aj ..,,- 1 'JF e f ,, ,-1.3 ir Q 1 T' 3 Q 'f I' 5 I K -Q 1' I af .g . r. 1 H , .w Q 'Q ff 'ggi s Charles Vermette shocked us all by-walking a certain senior girl home, after the basketball game at Mt. Morris?f Since , when have you become interested Chuck? ' 2 lgbrn B. made a bet with a certain little sophmore on the All Saints vs. St, Mary's game. Who lost, and what were the results? , T A . Gerry S, shocked us all by revealing her most interesting job at the Della Theatre. How many four hundred's have you met? ' Mouse came to school with a taped bandage on his cheek.. He claimed it was a boil, but we know better don't we Ted. What girl was it this time? A Helen Lechota had a crush on two well known St. Mary's boys CJ.B. and A.D.J Has she decided who it is as yet? h, Angeline G. first came to good old All Saints High, and then the night she went with us on our hayrlde. No wonder Jim kept shifting wagons..... . A Betty P. had a certain crush on a tall slim senior boy? CHERMETTIE I ' Emily Thomas came along to the Roadside Park sha roast? Where was she, while all the others were busy crossing the bridge? ' ' Gen Korzon skipped a certain event by tagging along with three others chasing the White Elephants -- CNet Pink Either! H Elanore staved home a week from school. Was it because of a cold, or because a certain little boy in blue was home on leave. Betty L. came to school with all those marine pins and rings.d They aren't your brothers, are they detty? We know better... Helen S. came to school with a C2841 sterling silver diamond ring on--It couldn't be Woolworth's special could it Helen???? Virglniafs 5' Qu sailor boy came home? And we thought she' ' was another Gretta Garbo! KHI vant to be alonenb Leonard G. and a certain senior lassie failed to show up for our weinie roast? Where were they anyhow? l ' 1 Eugene 1. and? stood on tne bridge at Toedeide Fork? Tney weren't looking at the Fish eltnerl Dolores Coei drooled so moan st a certain Eep meeting she couldn't sneer? It waen't over a steak ettoer. Ve wonder woo came Dome? Danny U. attended a sertefn party at Us rn-es Lake. Unet Former 7otLnson'e ealesglrl was 3ieai'ointeS an wayne Too ?a2 B.V. Beverly V. was left etrnu?e4 ty U tlonde boy in navy blue. That goes to eoow yon, the Vnvy :en't te truated hey Uev??? Lee D. gave oor flret nayride on Devulng 'oai. Vnat fee Lt Lee? A stag party wnere W.?. Teen swamped ozr team thvt one Saturday night? Sorrow wee overlooked. Neat na penei at tn: Tentor-Jonlor get to- gether, Uhbhhhhbl tcose recorfe! Tnat eertain Crowd gave e tibthimy nurty on Qlummer? Hoy it early does pay to have e large UJMSU P.3, and e couple of broken down cnaireLLl The senior boys tried eo hard to mate their first Sense euen a wnale of a euereee. We must efmlt, tnolgn tney'll make fine decorators after greduationn It mug wowier?o1 anyway toys, we oe? e Qrand time. foefekyirw fecfefff he-v ,,o 1. , 4 'X , 99 A X.fO iv "x.4s XGA N --ov . , I I owl .5fl,,7ig 1--fp 2451. ,- . -- '-k- in ...A"- 1 is-3. E':?f':.x lf- 'rm Awffm .7 S nfkff .-. F 'fij?Tj?f U gg? X fi3gBQQ '??gi,-1hii??wx eh, V i' X' H Y' 'XT' .A ,- - -f t in gif U ,4g..f, N 'arf H R. fWM5'V' J: ,, 1 ..! 3f:,i,v ,Nu xx 'HT 2 f,49A'jgF-nil ,',. AX X MH' WKXEAQ! . 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Witnut a Heart tnrub Tal ing in eeonol Weeiting in scnnnl 'Nitnvut Vary .A 'Jitn straight nair Reing an time far classes -"""""""""5-" -.IE3EM3NgAPi5y7g5?T5I?YvJ "' 17 fLflQfL? ?' -4fQ-EIFTQJLPI1 593111-512 L- f -14-Q' X- U .Ri-I tw! 1-R 'DTE QJLQZ. 'f'X "N-q gi ELf'ffS,. Sfw N1::?XKEEN -ff 42.77" , fi ,J ,f ' Q I -A jf,gf"',.-,.,,. 'fi . 'f iQXN'c, X ,Xfgfxvx fjfgyjxvf A NNN ., x not singing, n ' n 'conscrxool aria . ' Naomi g on time 9 3ac'Ke'c. afx ' W X gxaaaie F 1 Grzedh " mucus. 2 'Peru 11 Le onard - w X or we E1 sa polka R A Xxx 'X 'ready Koz-al hudanclng a ith curly hwir' 1 1 oar' X XXXXQ5fEugene Magiera N fx? 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Ia-rl ' Fon son giw 1 COUNTRY wif I f.-ma' ' ayA X , :LEE yi X, I g5AA E -Q-www V fiffiiifiiii???4?ii55f??i?4i55?5i55?giiif4444f444f5i3444i444 VICTORY THROUGH PRAYER 9- Holy qommunion -- Mase Holy Hour VICTORY THROUGH SACRIFICE - Self-denial Charity VICTORY THROUGH EFFORT -- ccncentratian -- ----- O'O O ' Self-fcntrol Cooperation qvoubcnvsnun Fl QP wfw . f WMI' ...U e--A Q, nbff' e,fJL fe, a?'L? if if V ll 0?LV!' Q ?x??1f ' 'XmrN- I Vvgznaft .'?d55 l. mwj: l e!Pvf,..,f,Xfw' ' B pu' A :ig xg lrifii' ,Ego -Mk A5'fo-' H A435 1.-is: "," -' 4 -:A p f1Ef"?"' d' WW iQ- 1 .i111,,. , .. . .p 'd e A L 1J ff g g, ,X Fisher Alois Gilmet Bernard Lesniak Mence Mgslsnka Walter Giamonia Michael Gwizdz Janet Majdhrowski George ,f,, Matter Woodrow Strzynski Frank Zbiciak Chester Ksiazek Leon Labodzinski Leonard Golembiewski Theodore Bauman Louis Kaftan Stanley , Nl., ...... ,, - . ,,..' Bednarski Jbhn Burns Thomasr Bentoskl Jerome Kaza albert Marshall James Roesner Ralph Strzyneki William r UrbanikeBehedict Urbanik Bernard Dcmski Edward Dewyee George Nov3k.Edwinh Roesner William Jasinski Leonard Pufzycki Jgseph .J Grzech Albinf A Krok Alexaridfr Lunkas Jamosf Lydon Harry f Prior Virgilh Pustclnik Harry' Scrpcs Julius A ,ir Terobindci Raymond e Warner Duane 1 Ulanski Arthur if Cf'1I'C' Fran lg Fisher Theodorew Pacuet Raymond w Pinkorccn FUIIRW Sarhnn Anthony -F ,nw- ,fr -1541-Ziiiil-E251 ii il kWW5f4f' ws. we -.fm -.Q wwf-Si-1:-id.-one-4-wdeak-rneiswdo -was--inciiww-k1e'a:.-w-ff-.. '4-Akiva R. Q 5 x ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS u 4 In appreciation to tho many contributions 4 , made by generous donorog tho Class of 1945 offer W their heartfo1tNtH1nks. 4 4- vi 4 BOOKS 'li f , 4 Rev. Dr. Stanislaus Bortnowski 4 , W Rev. Casimir Penonk W Thomas Burns- '43 W Ida Brussorio Q 4 Christine Micinskiv '43 +5 , W Anno Maslonka- '45 4 Dolores Cosi- '45 Q 4 Junior Class- '46 9 Sophie Nowak- '46 w W Maxine Jozwlak- '48 4 BOOKCASES 4 4 Mr. Frank Gilbert 56' L 4 'Hai 'iris as 54"li 'Zi 'fa 'livin 'li"l6'?s is 5-'A is uf 'f 'u Gs 1- 1. 1 - 9. in 'qi 'fa 'n 'is 'n 'H W- ?I'n is J' . L 1 Y 'j' Ygf , 13 f, 66-16-TEH-' HHH? JL: .g - , 9 -1 im an-ne-me ITII ' ' 'fr FD-I 1 . 1' ,x .1 66-X-H? I vel 3' , -Q KW' 'I 'FHHHF QHHFI' ' Kf' IIlI Q IIII 1 I I -me -1+ ' I I if f -x- I """ "1 ifiv .nv n, . .'.'. lr zifiiifws A 52F:5!rv fflggf' 's gf? 1. Fi? 71: 'lf ,. Uv? . . 5-:.: riff? . I :5-5-5:15, , '11-T145 Mn :.rfe5s??F' ' . .g., x iff! ,.r, . I" 1' ' 359:51 71 .U .1 . ff ...- .--- ..----.11-S T ,,'.,,--,EJ.U-,-5,-.'..1f .:.1....., ...qt 1:51-F .2-iff 'f 5 If fl: W 1' , ,-, qu...Y-,-,,1.:-.fl-:.-.1.. . - . 1.1.5. - f -,'.:.,L.,, , 1 -.M .-I 4 -- u""n H", .-- ,. .nv .un-'. .' ...nk . .'.""-'f'.'.':" 'A' -. 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" '. ri' 'iff V 4 'W . 1 Vu' '-'5'!75F" ' 515111 ' ' F' W" 'X' C ,',f,- . ,-I , gt, ou. MW Hg.-J X b: f 1 .... - , ' . V 'fo' '-Q r .,,...-,-.W ' .:.'. A ' Y xg... Q' :E r. L- h 40' M, " " if 1.531 1.115 - , -' 5. ' EQ! Av X' eq, ff in d . Gi 1147 qx 1 'THE Liviiic Rosimn' We Ai. 1 . 65 'SM i ' The chief a.vnhitJ,Non of the Socialists is the repititicn vffgilg-he Living Rosary Q, annually. To El'.i?0l1'f'.?17LfE fwlznre Sodalists Q! in pa.1-ticipdtx ng noi? he LE cess.9.ry as this has veaccimff egii'3l2,,-'2, sf' showing oer 1 affection for the Bllflored liother. ,- V The first Smifi4351,Qf October was 173 chosen as the C3.'lZ'?'.rf?Z'7Lf o'-r tribute to 'E' Mary. X14-f 'Nr f Asithe Sodalistslaentered the church, they chanted the hymhgigve Maris Stella.. fy Approachi ng the eliglr Lu.. he contour of . the Rosary, the ,Qpoctlegd reed proceeded XXX, to the altar, hc1di"iig in her hand d hui-ning candle, which lent egclemnity to the pro- xy' ceedi nga. 'Followinfgj the Apostles Creed, My the Our Fztiier, Ha.ilL.l.'Lb.ry, and Glory' he Q? Each stood before the altar and recited H her prayer. Asga climax, the hymn Mother Beloved Wai? J is Be nc di ctiioh- followed the ceremor-ies .Jig with the Sodaflists' aiding in the singing of hymns. -T,hi,s".ce remony-'cfferb our love ci and devotion to the Blessed-,'Mot'he,r, Thus we look forward to the repefating of our tribute to Mary. f .1- f Lx! 'Ego -. '. - f- 2 xc: v K. V - sgliigr? . , 4 -f x , A, . is U 5 ., 4 V , . 5 A . , V Z I , , .Q 4 . ' - . . -, ' ' ' A ,I . - 4 , - - 4 ' R . ' f NX - ' . . SUDkLlFY CFFICERS IrQfPCtwDolOr7S V338 Y1oeQPrefeet Dora Fratianni Qs' LJHT' la rka nur-z ', Ndaag 14 anne mrsla.. i Treasurer Genevieve Godlesky Alle Frances Astomborski Irene gurino Agnes Biaiuk Jean Batsko Dorothy Bonrossa nlma Bruszammki Ethel Care Nina Cosi Dolores Cusenza nose Marie fzdrncoka Alice Deibis Susan Delgaeo Catherine Demski Dorothy Demski Leona Easy nnne Fisher Virginia Fratianni Dora Fratianni ihyllis Godlesky Genevieve gline Grambush gngeline Virginia Gonzalez Grambush Gwizdz Casmira Gwizdz Frances Gwizdz Hattie Huskey June Jadezuk Eranccs Jakimiee Maxine Jankovski Eleanore Jankowski Helen Joseph Mary Joseph Sarah Kazi Rita . Kielian Dorothy KiQlian Lucille Korzon Goneviove Kowilezyk Dolores Koza Helen Yulio Joan Kuzma Hands Leehota Helen Lesinski katricia Zielno Bernice SCDALZSTS Lesniak Cesmira Lunkos Elizabeth . Lydor Mary .4- Mnoksood Chthmrine Manginrncing Jirjini itslinkf nnne Qittvr Helen Hwttfr Jonepnine'T Mmrki Yirginigf Mrroun Helen ' Novnk.Henriettn Nowik Genevieve' .Olrich Gherry" Ozwrk Llmine Pnquottc ghyllis fetriok rhyllis Elamondon Bernrdineh Prisby Virqininx ' Roosoncr Lois Rostocki Helen .I , Ruggirolle Catherine Russo Rosa U1 Shustook Virginia , Sionkiewioz Jcnovigv Solosz Helen Solobz Sophie Sppyggdw Gornldine Starks rnuline ' StQrks'Violof Strzynski Jofnno Switaleki Betty Thomfs Emily Thurmos Lone Uldnski kory Ann Vega Lolo Voldors Hnry Nasiolowski Annstnsi Uasielowski Rose Uaskoviez Dorothy Uaskcvioz Lucille Nolmk Evelyn Wolis Join Nowak Sophi, Zbioi k flor noe SQDALITY The Sodality of the All'Saints High School, con- sists of 88 members, whose purpose in belonging is to promote a more fervent devotion to the Blessed Virgin by participating in all Religious activities and by their good example. ' Regardless of the fact that all the meetings are held in a formal manner, they prove to be educational as well as entertaining. The Sodalists gather information and present it willingly and in a fascinating manner at the meetings. which gre held every second Wednesday of each month. The Joint Assembly which was held on Febrvary 13, 1945, featured, 'All Activities' by the boys, and 'Sec- rets from behind the Scenes' by the girls. It proved to be a gala affair! . The Sodalists exerted all effort in order to raise a fund, with which to send two Sodaliats as Representi- tives to the Summer School of Catholic Action. Candi- dates must have attained the requirements of the Soda- lity and must be regular participants of all activities Social as well as Religious. The Soddlists designate the second Sunday of each month by going to church in Q body and receiving Holy Communion for the intention'of the boys in service. MOTTTETS I 'When Vary tucked her little Boy'in bed, His shining curls still damp, And fragrant from His bath,' ' I know how she caressed her DarlinQ's heed, And how she thrilled to touch His For lfve a little leddic of my own! soft, smooth baby flesh,-- ' I know just how her heart Wes swelled with 'o ' hen chubby babv crus I J , Around her neck vere pressed, ' And how who kireed her nrfcious little Boy, The soft'folds of Tis neckg His tint, round tink toes,-- ' For I've e little lfddio of uv own! But oh, wret kept her wether heart from breakins To know those hands and feet ' Cruel nails Vould somedev pierce 9 Sharp thorns Q crown for those brimht curls mukinp? ' Sweet Very, vhct You More No other wether could,-- ' For I've a little leddie of my own: 'Pr . . Hilftu FOR VY VOTFCR All the thines vou'did in the lone ceo, Saorifices hid from'ne in love's ov rflowg .All the thines you woke at my fretful call, ' to me, for re, fOr M6 Tender words vou spoke chidinv not ei ollg ' All the strenntb vou spent for me, Soul and flesh nnd bone-- Now I know, God sent to me children of mr ovn. Jessie Gorr WO PTY VOTE FF Orchids to yow for being Far above all otha e, An understanding friend And the very beet of nothcrs, Dawn, when the birds are wakinvg Night, when the stars are near, Whoufh you have lone departed, I shall remember mother deur. U7 'f cm T- tori Hall innn Dceis ee Tn flhntzfs Wi , , ,nun , V 5 .rf "W-.-M.W'N""N !' X X N, , ,H , . 1 W .,.,.,.,,,:.A,,. - ' . pt , .i .,.., ,,. ,. .fl l .'.-,x I X RX. 4,5 - 1 is 2 1.5 : 5 1' A ! 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TWWQQVFTF Leo Yezvek, Dednerski Glbin Leohotz Anthony Boike Loo Leehotu Stanley Dontuneei Jill Ueniere Hurene Douroese Janes Veriere Steve Vurdziek Billy Couture Idea? Uueenze Anthony Diebia Flies Degcki Leonard Dnocn Donald Faris jepafd Gilbert Robert Gloweki Robert Godleeky Anthony Wenwiarcoind We ferki donald 'iicieski Robert Okvl lili?H Oeoreki Osoueki Petrioh Eernerd Stdnely John Fuciloweki Dona Fwrzyoki Joseph Rognone lvndore ld Gonzales Gordlozy Greffin Cresock Orzech G Grzeoh L Guides P Hritz Jo Albert K Goerge Eugene Nickoles heeter eonard ohert eeph Jagielnik Edward Jankoweki Francie Joseph George Veften Joseph Konrad Korzon I Xoze The Kazyek L T 93 Florian dwe rd ddeus Lute Thaddeus Roesner James Roesner Harold Romenowski Daniel Rosteoki Ceeiwer Sohvplin Kevhort Shaheen Eongld Sieleki Leo Sprygede Nufone Stsweez Thaddeus Sykes"elter Szewozvk Raymond Urbenik Daniel Vermette Charles Vermette Richard Voieht Francie Zejeo Chester Zbicirk Thaddeus HOLY NAIIE SOC I ET Y The Holy Name Society is a, world known Youth Or- ganization whose purpose is to attract young men, and by the freqwent reception of the Sacraments, become more holy and ple asi ng to God. H It is through theme me ans that young men fine it easier to attain their end in li?e.i By the gwiifnce of their superiors ard the upkeeping of the rwle: of the Society, their weaknesses ore overco C, ohrrfctern strengthened, and the sense of rescor.ihility rerlized lThe Holy Name Society is well ect a17::li4,he.'1 in All Saints, comprising 65 active membern The meetings are moot interesting ard yrncticfl, and are he ld every second 'Nedne sdny of emch month. Activities consist of Religions FU well fb Socifl i form s the Sod lists, the members of the Holy n . A Name Society too, offer the cond. 3'1rfl.'y oi' ef lah ' month for the intention of the hoyo in service, and receive the Holy Eucharist in Q body for the intention CLASS HISTORY We began as frisky freshmen on the memorable sixth of September, in the year nineteen nunorcd and forty one. gur class consisted of forty QZICITQRQQ students. gn October Slat, we were initiated---but goodi We attended our first school dance on Qctober 250 What a dnnccg and could we danceigg True, the girls were dancing while the boys were outside meas- uring the side-walls. Then came examinations. The results were amazing. It was in this way the two honor studento were exposed. f13.F. -ind D.U.j Much to their sorroisr. We find it rather difficult to forget certain incidents of each year. when FIU5fMCR, wc wont to Pottcrs Lake accompanied by Sister H. Qgtcllc, our home room teacher. A grand time wns had ?y 'd., ill. Even though the virls did spend the entire dey row- ing the boats, fthe boys, on the Lane, bringing heme nothing but painful blisters and sunourn. When we became Sophomores we found that our class had increased in number, but ,NN towards the end, there was ,fy X---, a sudden decrease. Once fi- M. M 'N-s.. gain we enjoyed Q picnic at like ff'gX? Q4f,'fw, Potters Lake, but with Sister inf! '--' jg -ipl if p51g56Si N Li. Rouzsnhell-J. During the 'V Z, ' ,. .,..ff'if- "ff X Smit: year we had the most 'fx :lgj?2'..'g5!-T-y ,-Qif ' interesting Biology jziunt 51 '- at Dewey Woods. We cime homo 3 WQ1Qf 5 gg y with a. variety of insects, 'E X. XC' ,E ,ff Plants, and other unusual xr-"' iii-Syl ., X 4, , 'K-1' , L specimens. 1? zixxx 16Ea:,,f 1 It was during this year we had so wonderfil a basketball team. As Juniors we were seein minus a few olesse mates. Wk were deprived of s great many vicnios and other forns of entertainment, perhaps the reason being rationing, or . ........ We were kept busy snd'ocoupieu by the ?1eonent ionoes in shite of all these srortoominas. ' It seems as tHD gh a year never passed that we were not fond of some mischievous occupation. The Freshmen boys found pleasure in throwing airplrnes out of the window, while the girls spent their time teaching one another the neaf and dumb language. 'When Sophomores the boys enjoyed throwing geo- metric figures at one another, and tyinf strinys from the shades to Sister's plants, as the girls were occupied publishing the WGoggip Pageru end Organizing the 'Gossip Clubn. As Juniors we engaged in tumultuous sessions of casting our books, erfsers, and irkhottlex o- round the room, terrorizieq some girls in their seats. When the Senior year dawned, it was so un- expected and TE .'.' were so pernlexed that we spent the first few months in vain fancy trying to over- Come the shock. After our recovery our time wrs taken up with various school rotivities. 6 Who did Who Who Who tow Wha ska .wHo's who AND WHY is this cutensailor J. B. is writing to and vhere she meet himg y is on the list this year D. C.? lwe know don't we has L, D. tamed down since Rosalie left? ' does E. F, go in to eco at e certein bakery down- n? , t or who caused G, G. 'S sudden interest in ice ting? Who is that servicemen A. G. wie following down the corridor at the beginninq of school-als it love A? Why has H. G. the sudden change of affection from D. To Who E. J. ? 1 keeps L, G. at the State theatre? Who are the boys E. J. is petronizing and why doeen't she bring them around? Too much competition? Who's the girl T. K. takes out secretly and why dgggn he want anyone to know? Why has G. K. been working at the hgme Dairy so lone? Does someone attr-ct you G.? Who are the two rivals for H. L.? Who's winning H? To whom do those insignia pine belong that B. L. is wearing? I u V Q Who or what is at this club H. M, is constantly talking about? Who was the sailor A. M, was writing to and why did she stop? A Where and with who hes E. M. been keopinc himself? Who 's the lucky sailor boy V. M.? Fl Q t C v 1 Why dii B.M. feel so had after the Lmyrilp, gba 1vo11l:i11't take you name LL? Wh? touk 3.6. to the Thunkewivinq Qqxe? HLQTU vs Joe? Why iQesn't B.P. cfme to :CMOQI every Mania? morning? Uno tamiei J.P. for the lamb two v rs? We Kpru ,vb toc. .f?1c':' the latest irzfiervesis J.R.'2 Sciazli :haf me j'r::31 All Saintf? Rho is this T.G. that wa Maur so muck awuut frog 5.3. and wh: dQn'E we fat iv week Elf? JRQ are the Uoys G.5. ani M.L. are 5 :pinf U cmniegt with? nho i. 3.T. mQurn mW these ldvL--guy l:vf loan w.? Who lil D.U. Lame HOME Ffom iha igpme ff Cie uwz, uri U'.'?'.7 we s11't he lr' SCQQGL Ulf-F3 112.'-if: 1':1-ui1':.J.Y.,'L' who is L.V. KeQpinw true tovwrmt oven a lock 4vre or there. Who is the Qlrl G.V. is tuning to the NortowL Csheatu D who is the cute little foptaull cwptain 1U.NQFChCTD H.N. is wlwavs Ed1kiHf abfut? Who is the fovtbnll plyfer E.P. taxes C1 scnopl every lay? Why have some of the clussea relinquianwi soma of the bcwrs tcm tb:Q be: Eur s1lr1::? WhQt's all twin !iQAllLQ unQut in thQ benigr r LJ. E41 dcntly some one wont so the l.M.A. Febrnary 4, lJ4b. Wh? was che sriiae the main carter 01 gttractiqm Q 11 recent wienie'Podst. -...---........N ....., -.-,-.. - , --..,...-..,. -. ... --......,. . ...... ...... .. -..,... -,,,-.., ,, ..- V- V :A-L fv- ' X I i ' X 'K ,.- ,f X 1 X KN' 2 ' "-'-. x F1 A X . .- :A Q I , ,.. .. s X L 1 1 ,Q-. I In-' 1' I x , ' NX. . ' 1 x :' 1 ... . .. My 1 1 ff: fan H ff '25 .N - V1 mm w. 1. 1 W' 4 27 V A X 'x .fu .If , ,":'.,7 1' f ,, 51 Ei ,- ' .V YM 5 U v . X if ,I W ,F T 4 1 uf x I Aff Q3 H i , . Q ' 1 3 X62 f, ' .Q 1 .'., ' X' :- K' N- Y ,ffw " L.:-v'..: , 5 ? X .'... .1 "ivy 'H-, 1 .. ...1 . -21-1 sz.-w F E I ! 5 ff' 5535. -A 1 su ,Vu I --,mil-f . A-.- ' 'nl !,fi,-3, .xx - .-T-2-'S -. 0 A Kuo x .Q ,.. ... -.-.- ....4........,,....... .- -...-......N ,..- ......... . -. .. . .. ..... ..... ..- .. ...- ALL SAINT'S HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY' BASKETBALL STATISTICS 1944-1945 Scores of Games Played All Saints 26 Mt. Morris High All Saints 16 St. Mary All Saints Z5 St. Matthew All Saints 31 M.S.D. All Saints 44 Beecher High All Saints 19 Flint Tech All Saints 25 St. Michael - All Saints 24 Mt. Morris All Saints 55 Central Reserves All Saints 55 St. Mary - Mt. Morris All Saints 48 St. Michael All Saints 79 bt. Mary - Mt. Morris All Saints 51 M.S.D. P All Saints 50 St. Mary All Saints 55 St. Matthew All Saints 52 Swartz Creek EVE 4l7 Average Score Per Game: All Saints-Evo Opponents-26 1f16 Capitulationz ll Victories ' 5 Defeats City Parochial Standings: 5 Victories 1 Defeat ce-champions with sc. m1Cnae1's H Victory League standings: 6 Victories 5 Defeats 5rd Place Tournament: District Class C Champions Varsity Individual Scores Per Season: Roesner-97g UrbanikNl85g MBgiGPH'48j Plumb er-463 S. M5g16P8'52Q Jagel-83g Koza-213 Deibis l ff S ,pw .... . X f 'X rdffx M x IE! 'f' 755.1 .w--.- 6.3- 1 . ,, ,. X 1 im s I X if .gif ---2 VT' :wx , ,, , mia!-3 -. .Z 'VIP 62:15 7-2 -22:35 2:53 0.1.3 P 'A 'Six fa 1-s-. ..-.E mrs 155245. VTQQ-v qqx 1' ' 'tv tlifa .2-:v I . ,- ' I l1'. if' '12-1 ffziffs J P'f7'.w1- .... 91,37 CT? 13314 iff 2-'I a- - . gig.-y 32.152 . ff, J-:Z ' f . 52-I ., ':'ig'f.L-. Sir? Q9 :Z3 '- -. I-in C-1 55' HQ x 'sim N. ? K1 MI 'lb Q xx. X ,. 1 13 ,.,. ,. Diebis Elias Gcelewski Tony Jagielnik Edward Koza. Ted Iifgiftag Joe M3Fi3PQtEUgGHG Magiera Steve Purzycki Joe Roesner Jim Urbanik Daniel r' r4f"r-'r' r-" -' x 1-If f-f 1e'J'U"J1iXf!"' 2Jl..1ixXf.'1'1i D 3 xml -gl -ql Gresock Nicholas Guides Robert Jankowski Francis Lechota Anthony lkal William Pucllowski Donald Stewusz Thaddeus Sykes Wglter Voiwht Francis ag, 5 'E " X 'ei-u,:,,:,. X vs VAR-Q IT Y V ,AY :Ji Q cmflmon To Reverend Dr. S. Bortnowski, we show greet praise for the time he spent attributinj to our in athletics, and little do we have to sfv to R GV. J Ffther Pencek and the faculty for relinquishing the ti e in the face of their mony other duties. Becfuse of the time sgent in the other Catholic Societi athletic association cfnnot be resumed. We fre to the fvculty end the students for-raising fun es, the grftef is for athletic equi,ment. Me exfress our dec est e precintion to Doctor J. A. M'cksood for the ghysical exominatitns given us, wh were highly in demand by basket ill regulations. Thee have been thoroughly administered to us annuily, since sports have been inncvated to AllSaints High. M We were very sorry to leern we would be withovt the presence of our former couch Borncrdlkfrzonie, sho has taken 0 wer job in Clevolrnd. Durin: his sing he hfd com,iled on fmnzing record for r sohorl like ours. The rbsence of our couch hed been re?jll1i h' 'n ex- gr du te, len 'Goose' Jasinski, who h A fchievad fre t ,raise in gloying for the Gold and Blue in the yvfrs of '42, '45, '44. We know that the gU left by Cofch Bernard Mlrzunie has been well filled by Len who hes P Sense for good lfndership, ' ' . YQ .4 I 1ZFiQ xv I ,f -+ ----- OOO ------- l.A ', L .. SUCCESS ul ich 6 BASKEzBALL HIGHLIGHTS The fact of our coech leaving us was not the only blow which we encountered. Eddie uHumban Jegel one of the most experienced players on last years squad was ineligible for the first half year, be- cause of studies. He made up ell studies necessarv and resimed his pleyinf in February. Another Caper e for the Gold-and Blue was Ton? nBaldyn Sarhan, who because of little income, left school to take a war plant job. Still another reculsr this year took s job managing the storsge department ofFerris Brothers. The only regular left from lest years team be- cause of the departure of the three, is Danny Urbenik. The quint is depending heavily on Jim Reeeneife rebound ing. Here he teams up with Joe uPlumberN Purzycki the most improved player on the squad in a years tive. outside of the lest yesrs reserved squad he did ntt D1 any basketbell, but this year started QS forward fcr the Gold and Blue. The only senior on the teem is Ted nMousen Koza, who has been an asset to the tegm 'or s number of years. . The squads guard positions went to the Meeiera Brothers, Eugene and Steve, Senior and Junior re- spectively. They made e splendid combination for the Saints. Steve nLittle Magh is the only Junior on th starting five end also the smallest standing et 5' 4 gnother Junior who has the best left-handed shot on the team, is Elias Deibis, who is being heavily de- pended upon. Cther Juniors w'o contribute their efforts to the team are: Joe Kaftan, Tony Godlesky, Albin uPopeyen Bednerski, and leest we forest , Ted Marine Zbiciak, the fruit stend kid, who has been a ? hard vorker under the boards for the reserves. The Deedeye of the school, Walter UGusN SYKQS, a sopho- more who stands at 5' l", endfhas been promoted to play on the Varsity Team. In future years, the Varsity will consist fo such players as: Billy Ckel Tony Lechota, Ted Stawasz, Frsnk Voifht, Butch Puoilowski, Frank Jankowski and others who compose the reserve team at present. G !! YICTORIES 6 LOSSES December 12, 1944--All Saints vs. Mt. Morris 26-58 All Saints' team lacked experience, when they were downed by mt. Morris, the out-of-town county- school, at the opening game of the season. At the half, the Saints took lead, 18-17, but could not hold their position. They were led by Dan Urbanik, with ll points, while Jendell sulliun.was high with 17 points for Mt. Morris. All Saints Reserves slimly lost 21-20. ' January 5, 1945---All Saints vs. Flint St. Mary 16-15 The Saints Quint took lead in the Victory and Parochial lead, by downing St. Mary's 15-15. it was a result of a fine defensive chore, when Joe purzycki sank in a free throw for the Quint. Center Jim Roesner's work on the boards glittered for the saints. The Reserve game was won by gt. Mary, E7-25, altho Que Sykes put in 14 points. January 9, 1945---All Saints vs. St. Matthews 25-18 The Saints clung to top place when they defeated st. Hatt's. The Matt's'trai1ed at the half, 12-ll, but at the third period, the Saints brought up the score 19-14, later widened the margin in the final session. Urbanik led with 10 points, followed closely by Steve Magiera with 8. Ted Stawasz' free throw gave The Reserves an overtime victory. - January 12, 1945--All Saints vs. .ju S. DZ . T 51-34 The Saints lost in an overtime tusslc against H.S,D after attaining top lead in Parochial ind Victory Luafuc An exciting rams, but Dan Urhmnix, with a remaining nc- cond, muffed a foul, also three fre: throws wer, miss.J in the overtime session. Jim Rocsncr topped all with ll points, UrbaniK proceeding with 10. Reserve jams lost by the Saints, 21-19. VICTORIES E LOSSES January 16, 1945-p-A1 ,Saints vs. Beecher 44-31 This game was an easy game to take. Dan Urbanik hit it for 18 points, Jim Roeener also playing fine hall. In the third session the quint epurted 13 points, to net the 50-16 margin over Beecher. The Reserve team lost to Beecher 26-20. January 20, 1945--All Sainte vs. Flint Tech 19-26 Through much greater height, Flint Tech turned on steam in the last muarter of the game to take ue 26.19. During the first quarter, Tech benefited from the Sta. Bad passing, but after the half, the Blue and Gald were ahead 13-17 from the successful left-handed snot put in by Dyke Diehie. Urtanik was put out on personal fouls. Reserves lost, Gus Sykes tossing in 12 points. January 23, 1945---A11 Sainte vs, St. Ui:hael'e St. Mikes dropped the Blue and Gcld Quintet, 27-25 which gave them the Parochial League lead. ,The Saints muffed 10 out of ll free throws, causing the lose. At th mn the LWLQ herria: tnelfotntezkrweg-up'i?f,ciuie.oiL most taking the game. Dyke Deihis put in E points, fol- lowed by WLittle magv with 7. Reserve game was won by St.N1kes althou Gus Sykes made 15 points. January 50, 1945---All Saints vs. Mt. Torris 24-26 It was our third loss in a row, when Vr. Vorrie beat us tUEt 30th day of January at Berston. It was a close game, but they had their luck, Dan Urk nik teased in B points, playing good hall. -At the half the score was 15 to 7. Our reaerve team won 16-15. February 2, 1945-All Sints ve, Central Qecervee 35-22 There was no difficulty in taking the gan: afvinst Central Qeeervee. The Sainte :hed away to a ld-2 Juan- IDE. Again Den Urhcnik topned all with higc Mcorig' wee of ll points. Steve Vagiera following with 3, and Ui Jagel with 6. VICTCRIES A LOSSES February 6, 1945-All Saints vs. St. Mhry's Mt. Morris 33-ll All Saints rebuffed Mt. Morris St. Mary's with a wanler- ful score this time at Berston. At the half me were in the lead, 16-6, in fact it was that way through out the game. Dan Urbanik paced ahead with 15 points, followed by Jr3el's six. Reserve team downed the out of town school, Q?-6. February 9, 1945-All Saints vs. St. Kichuel's 45-40 The Saints toppled the Mikes friday, by downing them 48- 40. The quint'ceme from behind in the third ceriod, tying the score 29 for both. In thc f.nwl session, the gold and Blue quint scored 19 points, although losing Jagel and xogsner on foulf. Urbanik and Jegel accounted for they're 14 and 13 points respectively. St. Michael's reserves won 26-24. February 13, 1945-All Saints Vs. St. Kary's Mt. Norris 79-16 tThe Gold and Blue quinted set the scoring mark when they tramped St. Mary's of Mt. Horris there. 75-16 was the detest. As coach Len Jasinski put it, UThe boys were fcclinv exubprfnt about winning over St. Michaels last Fridnv.W Dan UrLnnik tos- sed in 26 yoints, Eddie Jagel 15, and Roesnur 14. The previous Flint high wrs the 67 points rzched ug by Elint Tech over Clic. earlier this season, but the Saints topped them all. The Scint reserve team else put up and excellent game, finrl score ccing 38-26. George Gcralczyk tossed in the first bucket, while Butch 1ucilowski,sunk down flli. February 16, 1945-All Saints vs. M. S. D. 51-23 ln the first session of the game, M. S. D. took the lend the Saints, ylayinz the :mme in n dazed manner. Thrcuqh the courtesy of Dan Urbnnik, and Ld Jegel's fine pwssinu, the Gold and Blue Wuint tied the score, later tekinf the land, Eugene . Mngiere's three lone shots broke th: tie, end encouraged thc saints on to acothsr'victory, Erenk Jankowski's final buchct recked up another victory for them, score'bcin5 34-55, February 20, 1945-- All Saints vs. St. MarU's 50 22 All Saints shared the City parochial busketholl n Q leadership with St. Michael, when we tremped Flint St. Mer7's at their gym, Tuesdev, 50-28. At the hal? the Saints took the lead, 19-18, and held it, until St. Mery's sunk in e busxet by Al Dowd, to tie tie Score, 28 up. With fifteen seconis reweinihg, Den Urbanik, made the game e happy farewell for our coach Goose Jesinski, by tosoirg in the final winning bucket. Urbanik was high with l5 points. In the reserve geme, St. Mary's won 27-17. February 25, 1945--All Saints vs. bt. Matthews 55 26 All Saints and St. Micheel's shared the basketbsll honors Friiey, when both schools were victorious. The Saints trimmed Bt. Metthew's at serston with LL enermous total of 53 points. Den Urbanik mede e 29 point totsl of hitting his buckets. There was no trouble ir plsvihg the Mett's, and at the half, the Goli and Blue Quint were in the lead 24-10, with Danny iroppine in his first seven attempts from the fieli. The Reserve game was also won by Reserves, with a final score of 27-17. February 27, 1945--All Saints vs. Swartz Creek 32 37 Another victory for the Goli and they downed Mary Crapo School of Swartz-Creek Tue Blue Quint, 'jg yu Q U E" ' LL ff the night. During the first quarter, both teams pleved ex- cellently, the score being tied most of the periol, but after the half, the Saints, took the lead until the finish- ing session. Jim Roesner topped all with 17 points respect- ively, while Urbenik and Jsgel followed with 12. In the Reserve game Ted St-: aa was high with 10 points, Final score, 25-9.- TOURNAMENT HIGHLIGHTS March 1, l945--All Saints vs. St, Matthcw's 61-54 The Gold cnd Blue Quint jumped into an e rly loud ctr St, Matthew dnd vas hcrdly cvcr in danger.. The Saints took thc lecd throughout thc u,mc. The two slippgpy gh ypchoctf thrt mcrktd up tho'finishihg total, were Dcnny Urb nik had Eddie Jcvcl, who put in 24 and lB points rccpectivoly. March 5, l945 L945--all Saints vc. St. Mcry'g 30.28 There was SUSFCHfC all throush the acmc, while both sides of the tcgm plcycd txccllcnt ball. The Gold and Hlue Quint tturtcd off by tos inn in the first brtkot. St, Mnry'c follcd clccclg bchind throughout the come, Stcvc Mcaiort ,nd Eddie ubcl pltycd fine bfll tfch hittinv 8 points. With only Q few cccondc to no, Jim Rcffnor toured in tho lcct two points, which gtvc the Saint: unothur victory. GRI-.T ITU DE Dcop hpnrcciltion and gr titude is due to Kc rsley Agricultural school, for their fine tcrvice's chovn to all schools participating in district tourncmcnts. all cancels more rcprcsented by banners bc utifully -,,, dorncd in their school colors, Progrdms vert diutributcd, nd rcfrtohm nt: wtro cold. Again we thunk Ko.rclcyhigh for their Tino efforts. ' Sports Editor Dolorts Cool A ,T.RlfJLl'fE TQ ' - L EQNULXRD Jf-XSlNS K I The team of All Saints High School ' Has risen to a new height. Due to the remurkaole assistance Of our coach, whose fame shines bright We've reached our Highest goal Broken a previous record. Traveled through tniok and thin With our famous coach aboard. His fame has now spread widely Acclaimed bv all the oost. As one who knows basketball And was put through the test. While playing for our famous team We notlced at the start. His talent would prove valuable And he vas soleoted to teke part. Whenever dark clouds gathered Our good coach saw it through. And we gained another victory-- We, the Gold and blue. we wish to express respectfully The loyalty we hold due. To a famous coach of our dear school In behalf of the Gold and Blue. Helen LeChota W. Ziifwsz-,F . -5---Ja-s--ag .jl-' r fl' QQ,-' "f',,fff.., f.m-fix.-f,f'4Q Q,--j 'QW "?2f,3y.w 'C ' 'f'iQ:1'1 'ff -L-,.'-,sf QT -wb T l .1,--,i:i,ff"T-rf: W ..Q:,-.,gQ Jq .j533,.Q!v wif ,, .b Q, Q , V rf.: U K- 'mi-. -,"Wv,,. . ' ,L . L - . .WI ' ' 4' ff-, ,. J' x 'fag " 1' " ' ,-fN9J':fgL.,, 1,4-2' W-Ark -,LZ ' OU - Q -1'--5,-,iw Q, Q QQ , .., T. C . - -A f gp., Y- A 'M'-fg. . .. Q , Q5 Q 4.5, ,G v.Q,QtTQ Q Quin Yu C Q, Q r . .Q .., ., ., I , Q Q' .iw- a A ,Q - x 'Q-:Q-j,wQ 5. if ,Wi . - Y Q Ptai - DERS, W Q g g Q ,eg .WQQ - , - Q, w i n D , . - , v 3.5. f - VJ, f WMM . 1.5.1, gxui Q , Q - . .Q QF, ff. - 5 1 Q Q, -., ,5 -. . -4 . .a ,On ,, w Q 'D -D Qld , 4' ,:f"" 5 5 - On' mo Ma I' ' -V ' l ,' " Ll W3 ' Jald Sch Pkg: , - t S QQ, Q. . '-f, 'Q2 Q" Osephhahe Q ' '-"f .. 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'z A 1 ,, f "W, '. if . .J ' ' '-"M-fx -- f f . - s w 1,-, X, 11, -, li YW. ,:f.yf!if-r.,wv v1..- .U ".?.'1.2.uu.L11. f'.3.,"'17.-,V-if .lf -1 g' - ,f3,.-'T-'5P"1,1 ff-F,"s51g4 ffjlw 1-4, F5 Mai ,4vi,fs6'ir5f' .fx ' 2 CLASS' 'PROPHEGY ' - e Returning to our fair city after ah absence of ten years I decided to look about to see what- ehanges had been made while I was awayg lgqmping into my car I began to cruise about, running out gf gas I realized that I was in a very familiar placeg Getting out I stood looking at what used to be my old ALMA MATER. 3 ' Qt Entering the building through the reiolving s doors I was greeted by none other than D. Urbanik Know principle of A. S, H. J. Complimenting him on s his excellent work he began to show me about the M' school I Q '.we took the elevator no the fifth floor, endif there we found A. Maslanka fLatin teacher! giving here class some very strenuous work for the next day. ' 'Vg Dismissing her class she came along on the tour of if the school. Going down the hall we camo to the ladiese lounge where we met M. Lyden, H. Solarz, G, Sprygadg, B. Plamondon, and B. Lunkas Kmembers of the gig lgpsl clubl,discussing the shortage of kloenex. They dgcidgd to come along so we went to the third f10OT where w we found E. Magiera Knew Athletic Director of A, Sly .T ind L. Grzechlldancing instructorl recalling the A -things that they had done in their junior years Vi , , Having quite a chat we all procecded'to'ghe main floor office where we met E. Thomas and A. Grambush cmembers of the Flint Civic Opera Clubl discussing the ifinal details of their newest operetta, We began to Q' renew acquaintances when one of the phones on the 'principles desk bczan to ring. Answering it ve Found that it was E. Faris Cowner of the Ferris Bros. Fur Co. calling to see if he could get in for a c1,ss of meth. I guess Ed found the luxury tax just a little bit too much for him. ' , f After the call we alllsct out to explore the schoo1'krounds. Coming to the back entrance of the school we found T. Koza fpromincnt citizend tryine to sneak in to get a note boek that he left b.ck in u45n. we were trying to persuade him to come alone wtxni Q sm D. Cosi, L. Demski, H. Lcohota,-and B. Mcdco Cyouudcrs or the escort bureauj getting'their dates settled for the following night. f k nt into t where we found J. Roesher lU.S. jjmirelj e Qmanaging editor of the F1?htmJou work and itfs importarce to the g Reentering the school we we rnalQ tu' overnrent to find our G. Goolesky fskating instrueto reunion, we all thought that she ues siill heilihrery hd 3. Vermette king about their . We rere amazed :Q here for thi in Guliferrie giving skating lessons to some girl by the heme of Songs Henle, Dropping her skates for a few rinutes she care elong with the rest of us. A Goiug on further we net G. Korzrn former of the Home Dairy Coq, uakipg out the nehu for the dnyi Tust behind her we found L. V311 Qstudrrt iiise, homing along just in case env of the pgopie got sick from the food. we did not have tc persuade them to cage -lfh2'f.r the reunion because me knew that they were elw'ys keeping up with the class when we were in school. we all decided to go hack tc our vor k when TG saw H. Gwizdz foo-owner of the 5.55 Kresge No.1 oulling in just in time for the reunion. we Shen all went on for this gay affair when we met J. Bialek fsvitii heard iE5fjFCtCT7 and E. Ouurk Qlovely housewife? finally agreeing E1 the subject C they could never get settled in school. Flu H Going on further we came across J. Purzycki fPves. of the Plumbing, Plumbing, Plumbing and Plumbihg Cc.l he was trying to see why the school hadnft heated yet, Going out of the school we met H. Novak Cccllege studentj getting here just in time for the class reunion. After thiing our gay affeir we all de time for ell to return to our own walk of cided that it was life. We would always remember the fun of school, and our dancing jive, we all parted, the class of u450.' A MILE WITH MS. who will walk A mile with me Along lifels wevry muy? A friend rhvse heert has eyes to see ' The stars shine cut offr the darkening lee And quiet rest at end o' the dey, ' A friend'ius knows and Ceres tosay, The brave sweet words that oheer the w'V when he walks e mile with me, 'With such a comrade such Q friend, I fain would walk till jcurr?y's end. Through summer, sunshine, winter, ?CiH, And than--Farewell, no shell meet ageing .....Hg, nry Van Dyke A , . . -v , - -' H'2:.::gg'w-,f. as 1. ik 4 K.-i U ..- - . 0- in it ., b e - . w Qu' bV' 5S l nz Elia? .',-.-' I ..A. . ii - , E g fi j , f , i i i L i ,i i if 15" 1 T G., ""ff5, ,. . be HMMlHH.Hi0i i,l'H1HI-HHMUMi..i6iiii.0i,0i'0iIHi'iQWi All Saints High School, of the City of Flint, State LAST win Aim Tsswozeirrr We the 618.35 of 1945 01? 1- ' Q'-:sl N' v r,-f ,, 1 V X 0:-4 , ', ,fr f .- ci' , . ,, A 3 -4 wx- ' -"3-M we w,q i :L ,2 ,. arf-f , f of Michigan, being of sound mind and memory, do maEgg5QSg Publish, and declare this last will and te stainze ntiw kqvi .e in manner and form as follows: . ' H First: To the Joniors we leave our title as e Q Seniors. A Q U i Second: To bhe Sophomores we leevc our spirit of We the basket-ball players, and our de site for improve-1, ' ee'b,i me nts. I ATbird: To tbe'Fresbmen we leave our mariasfor' i5i A trouble and for scholastic achievements. ' ,V SEQ , .-., H me 4 Uri Q 1 Q' , . 3. ,QQRQN1 GLASS WILL I, Jean Bialek leave my love for arguing to Tonv Lechota. . I, Elaine Ozark leave my gift of gab to Bernice Z. . -1, mniei Urbanik leave my team pleying to sus Sykeso 'e H I X in I, Bernedine Plamondon leave my love for school to Eleanor Slawron. . .l, Q eine: Jnn2oveki leave my love for the Nor- town Tnenikre io 'itherine ?fQj'f5llD. " ly Angeline orirkueh leave my smiles to Bernice Z. I, Beverly MoGee leave my yen for dancing to Lena Thurmes. ' 'I, Helen Leehote leave my yen for basket-ball players to Janet Zelazny. I, I, Virginia Cremeush. 1, Henrietta Novak leave boys to Virginia Erifby. 1, Helen Matter leave my Maroun. I, Emily lkcmxs leivc my Cueenzne I, Virgiwfi Mongiaracinn Jenn Cusenza. Nmry Lyden leave my-vwvy hair to Mary Voldere. Haitio Gwizdz leave my friends at Central to my love for Northern love for gum to Helen quietness to Rose Mary leave my long swefters to 5' '::4 s 1 - K ' ' 45 f ffeff -lfle ., fi NG M4 SJR 555 , Zi il' if J i, i1 ' Ql ' , N Xffb, k,,,,,h,,x,,fff f .1 1 fl Ax! 5 fix- -5, P ,f4f" Z5lx. ' , ' . ' "f.'.'--u .. -- '. ..,., . ' I , .1, Anna Maslanka leave the art of sewing my fingere to Rita Kaza. l,4, ',,'- 1, Deiforee casio :Leave 'ny typing ability to steve Magiere.. ' A ' 1, Genevieve Korzon leave my love for coming to school to my brother??????? , , Ig Betty Lunkas,leeve my pcmpadour to Lena Thurmes. 1, Geraldine Sprygnda leave my hair do tc Antoinette Winkowski. i I, Lola Vega leave my love fer shtrthand tc Alice - - 1 Gonzel ez. 1 'TA' I, Joe Purzycki leave my crew-cnt to Joe Kaftan. I, Jim Roesner leave my ability Sir natghing to my cousin Harold. Sv . I, Ted Koze leave my black book to Denny Romenowski. I, Eddie Faris leave ny hair-do to Edgar Couture. I, Charles Vermette leave ny dancing to my brother Richard. I, Helen Solcsz leave my giggling to Virgina Marti. I, Genevieve Godlesky leave my love for good books to Catherine Ruggirello. ' I, Eugene Magiera leave my energy to Bernard Oscwski. I, Leonard Grzech leave my love for the State Theetre to Susie Deibis. I, Leona Demski leave my helpful brrce tr Flfrence Zbidiak. 4 CAST OF CHARACTERS . I Act Dr. Richard Bayley Charles Vermette Charlotte, his wife Jenn Binlek Molly Bayley, his sister Genevieve Godlesky Mrs. Richard Charlton, mother of Dr. ' B. first wife Beverly NcGee British Officer Edwn d Faris Act I Scene II , Elizabeth Bnyley, at nge of three Maryann Kovacs at nge of ten Louise Ludorf . in early teens Delores Cosi Many Bayley, at nge of ten Maryann Wnskevich in early teens Elaine Ozark Emma Bsyley Jean Marie Luknseviez Guy Bayley Frank Care William McGee Seton, as child James Seton, as child Charlotte Seton, as child Rebecca Seton5 as child Harriet Seton, as child Act II Mistress Pringle, a spinster Naisie French Diane Clnpp June Rrown Mildred Vickers Margaret Steele Louise Stone .I-zl ie Sitg reaves Act III William Seton, meruncnt trcde William McGee Seton James Seton Charlotte Seton Rebecca Seton R Be rns rd Knzysk Virginia Jagielnik Prozedn Supnk Gloria Lesinske Henrietta Novak Lols Veg: Hettie Gwizdz ernsdine Plcmundon Helen Nsttnr Elennore Jnmkowski Helen Hwttcr Elsine Oz rk G Eugene Vngiera Daniel Urbanik Edward Faris Helen LeChot Anne Znslunkm U' 'T' Harriet Seton nmily Iiomws Judy, s negro servant Virginin Tnngi r sins Ribbons, ner dsugnter Ann Trl nik American Snldier Dcniel Urb-ni' Mr. Chnrles Carroll Jim Riesner Nnid Gernldine Sprygedn YOUNG MISTWESS BAVLEY BY SISTER JEAN DE CFKNTAL The outstanding performance of Wyoung Mistress Bay was given March 18th by the Senior Class of 1945. It was a great success and thus rewarded the tireless ef- forts of the S3U3Dl'S faculty and students. The play portrays only the childhood and youth of MDEUGF Seton, Cathalic Saint soon to he ccnonized. It is a vivid portrayal of the noble character of thii out standing American women. There is HJtOiR2 miraculous nothing superhuman in this story, just c noble human character in the joys and sorrows of fwmily and school life. The play brings her near to us, it makes us un- derstand the nobility of s child and young girl which was destined to lead her to greatness in lcter life. ley We hope that this play will instill thc szme vir- tue in life of modern youth who need such noble ex- amples to lead them UUFDUEU the difficulties of our own times. ,MJ Q f iwn W4 hw?'MF5 f yur., --'M -3 ,.-.- ,Q -7, rv V, V 9,6591 :ia v1.JlY:gt we ' - rife ' , wi -,mga ' e. - we A-.Li , 1 23' ef-' l vw, V1 -' U ' 4 iff 'fi L, , we ew-. W. 1, 5551, . X QQ. - 4 -.. wfipuigfl? .XX 2 ,.- E iv! 1'-E 39? no-4" .f'w ' TARDY EXCUSES Eddie Faris ------ My sister didhlt wake me up on time. Nicholas Gresock Chester Grzech - Leonard Grzech - Anthony Le Chong Helen Solarz1,-e-f- ----- I cou1dn't find my Biology Qqqk. ---------- Had to get up slow because I ' didn't feel well. ---------+-G--+-- The clock stopped. , , , , -------- I ate my breakfast too slow and ' rforgot'to watch the clock. . QQ- we--n-ilnfliixgn-no--van-F-lu". , Walter Sykes ------- Myfdadreouldnft get to a telephone ,,e,4 giithefBuiok, so he could call mei Mary Ann Ulanski F--FQ----+4lQW2nt to bed too late and forgot to get up on time. o oLOCJUQR - Q5 Q! - of , , L. X? FALR ff 'ff 2-1-WLM - d M54 in J I IA!-14 P V ,IDOSE TALK ' Heard in the Senior Class one day by o very bright puoil, nDon't maka no talk now whot she say we gotta d0,W what can it moan? ' f ' One bright morning in November there came a knock on the door of the Senior Class, Before anyone could answer the door Sister was heard to say, Ulf it's for me tell them I'm not harQ.' lt was called a mental reservation. Is that what we would coll it? - o- THAT'S TOUGH f Tnat's tough! mmm: ' S non gm Life! What'S life? A magazinel' , Where do you get it? W At the drug storel How much? v Ten cents! - Only got five cents! That's tough. ,,.---,X -X . . 'e X XX. . V ' T ' A xx 'H u Emyan TI 01436 The gilt I we nt to bed, wxxxx lint not to sleep, for my poor beak' - ,, Waigeofiflolig un 'with all 2'ZWfLliI,g,,QiLfE 3 E , ', It . A '1-'g 'e I fihougnz of this and then of thai, 7 ' Oi' P"'5 et' and 'Wait' whi-oh goes wiethiiieat'-GQ I fe ar my brain has turned to fat, EXl:MIIIA'1'eIONS ll' e ' . Next came the Ease and rate perce nt-542' ' Wg: ,NOf money to an agent le nt, ' I And what rules with eacn, one M we nt. . j lEX.lXM1NATIO1iS3- f U ' -. X e fi 1 ,ff f There is Cape Cod and Perl-:i n,""' ,f-X' n where do all the Lakes begin?-W' X A high pe rce nt I cannot ggi ir.i13.3+5:5553:::..,A X, jf i EXAMINATIONS :J ig-:aff x ,. , . ' essffif Q 2 '.""'Who was John smith, wnatjaia he oo? Sggfggil And all the other fellows too, f You must tell me, I can't tell yoniggj' n - ,Oh we lcome sleep, at lxgst 1 But not to re st me all the same, Far in my dreams I played this geiine. Emmzrmx oNs: f .-e' , D IAAAI Dolores 005151, X --'. - X 45.5. ' i, X , A,.o C 1+ o"o ' 4 A ".'- fl? -' '- . '.-- ' , , ' -,,.g51rf-'1'." f ., 1 Q 1:11. 1 ,4 S-2 ..... X' VN-,T 41 WT 3 , v,,f.q-Jgq-u-...qu-9, -, ..- ix I- I :H I i . ", .4 'QQ gQgwL.QJ':: A:,-'f' 's f -.,- :Tl H i V Y - ,, 2 1 ,. . 4 i f--"1-.--V... 1 L' . ,.: it .. . Ii: .- Jig.. in .. ,Jawa I, .Z Q IL. E . Q fl' E N. I .Y A, w -f-N--- ' i 1 Q-, ' xW5QQjKzjra .. f,Q3.k N ' b .ti X-4 , A t .D Q K y U f r+ GX " . . Jig,-A -. .-'fl K .--, V 3. 2 S4 Al?!,Ei? 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Q ' 5 Just once in'a while a little remembering' si?r it Will bring back friendships sought. h'4g gg we loved our school im ensely 2 -L And Wou1dn't mind if s bit. E, tl 1 If time was turned back secretly Qi W ,f W 5 J gt, me X More school days to admit. , We'd realize the wroh s we did , And try to make them good. Q Giving respect due the Sisters 5 In caring for their brood. W Q 0 Impossibility is our only excuse Bringing this dream to a close, But life is not made for dreams alone W It has its trials and woes. X . Confidence in our work. ' Appreciating their thoughtfulness Which will help us not to shirk. Q . N y Blessings to you For being' ' ' QU i The very best of classes, ' p . XS, Understanding friends a l And wonderful lads and lasses. I ,, Remember us when you're unhappy ixN ',, And say a prayer for us too. 0 we may be wor1d's apart you know . sc: But we'11 always be close to you. K Os: f iQ. 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