Ambridge Area High School - Bridger Yearbook (Ambridge, PA)

 - Class of 1941

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ETL c-I9-ci-i fu Q-Lil Af - 34:-, W - c 'Q -E ' .- A-B " 1. fl ti Y' - -- " v-L ' -- - - - 1 F . . . . O O I I Published by the lnHMidge Ihgh vhool at lmhridge. Penng '79 'Viv Co-Editors Business Managers . H Finance Manager Art Work Mrs. Trobe an Circulation Manager Advertising Managers Y ,, Kurt Deuschle Allen Yealcel , Estelle Hogrefe Florence Libson Francis Warner cl Arr Department Valentine Ciccone ,,Betty Goerman Michael Pastrick 0" I 4: 5 lb 4 cfs fa l K 'a , Q S Jr 04.21 ex!! : fu X' "fA'a" "3 fqn 5 ccluulmn Dear Miss Tremhley In Cl6dlC8Ill"lg thxs publlcatxon to you we reallze how small this gesture IS In comparlson with our mclebtedness The tlme and energies you so unselflshly devoted to the multiple of tasks you assumed never altered your cheerful dxsposmon Your xmtxatlve and enclurmg patlence served as an example to all of us Are there any words whlch we can use to express our smcerest appre cxatlon other than just thanks a million' Semors aff A sf' .9 w 'Q 4 Q4' ls' px' of IC f , st:-ixx ,v.V t sr, Y:v"' 5 'H - g v e. ' , 3, m Q 5 L s 'Q ' as 8 'X si V Ky ' .I . Us Of , , as. ' . ' o 9, ' ' ..-YY I '. OX -Jxl o o Y 0 0 0 0 mxx ,P , a emocracy Fortifying the Future of America Thxs publlcatlon of the ' Bridger 15 not only a pxctorlal revxew of events that have occurred ln the past school year but IS a con stant reminder that we must pause to appreclate the prxvlleges we enjoy It IS altogether suxtable that we take stock of ourselves and evaluate the educatlonal and soclal program that IS carrlecl on not only nn Ambrldge High School but ln all the educatxonal IDSIIIUUODS m our natlon as well Wxth the plague of totalltarxan :sm rampant throughout most of the world we can truly offer a prayer of thanks that our flag stlll waves over a free socxety If we, the youth of Amerlca take advantage of our envied posmon by being the burnlng llght of the torch of democracy then the future of Amerxca wnll be msured It IS only when each unit or faction cooperates for the interest of all that our sacred institutions will be perpetuated. Ambridge High School has con- tributed its share It is a democracy within itself' Here we find outlets for our expression unhampered by the dictates of any political organization Our hats are off to the admmlstrators who are responsible for permitting such liberal policies to be carried out As students we voice our opinions and wishes boldly We are proud of our own newspaper, athletic teams Student Senate and other means by which we express ourselves Those who champion Democracy will be those who are integral parts of it The student body of Ambridge Senior High School IS an asset to the ideals of our nat1On Only through the youth can we Fortlfy the Future of America eff .cfzeeclom of uqcicon Jwwec mn 0 Sfwlzouqlzf We boast students ot almost ex ers natxonalltx race and creed Yet we accept each tra1n of thought though COI'lHlCI1I1g xx 1th our own auth due respect Let us then talee adx antage of our herxtage and be constantlx alert that the llbertx to express our thoughts shall be guarded C 'iv I ' 7 U . yi 1 . Small wonder there are so many varied points of view expounded: ocfzzeeclom of Speec A X A. J XX qlve Flake GDEOPQE ot Jlmlvnlcfqs Lqh NWN J Yr xx .' 'ff , A .- Q 'f . J-Ir. DR N A SMITH Dr N A Smith principal performs the ex ecutive duties of our school From him we receive encouragement and advice ln all our worthwhile him he is well able to administer to our needs Dr Smith 15 ever striving toward hlgher levels of educatlon as mamfested by h1s Doctor s degree recently granted to him by the Umversity f Pittsburgh We students have found his help valuable and have benefited from his ever ready counsel 0ur upervlsors 5 l l Q . u , , ' enterprizes. With 28 years of experience behind , . . . . , . . . O . n a . DR J R MILLER 1 at with .u n al l 0 Chamgmg tunes require a change In con tent Thus runs a statement made by Mr Leaf our 'assistant superintendent He sees that changes and nnprox ements ln our school are ltept apace of the times A Bachelors de gree from Allegheny College a Masters de gree from the Unlversxty of Pittsburgh and ten years of servlce nn his present capacity have xerlhed lklr Leaf s abllltv D R Nllller our supermtendent f schools graduated from Otterbem College re celved his Master of Arts degree from OhlO State and obtained his Doctors degree from the Unlverslty of Pxttsburgh Thirty one years of experience IH the field of education have made hlm most effxclent ln establlshlng and mamtaxnlng a well rounded educational pro gram for the students of Ambrldge MR E B LEAF t r. . , ' o a 1 a ' 1 . . , 1 , L ' 1, F., V 15, ' . 2 ll r l l K, Xa ,, . . . . . . v - .. , . . , . . . . 9 7 . . E Caputo H Sharrer Graham Druzlsky Dr Dlrenzo F Duzy Boyle Brown Dr Mrller E Larson Board of Education aaa moclle ou utune Behind every 1nst1tut1on there must be a group of men who shoulder the responsnbllxty of determining lts polxcles That body ln the Ambrldge schools IS the Board of Educatlon headed by President Dr J V Dlrenzo and Vice Presxdent ohn W Graham Mr Larson seventeen years a member of the group has served as secretary during the last twelve of these years Aided by the other members Messrs oseph Druzlslcy Fmnlc Duzy ohn Brown and ames Boyle these gentlemen have ably performed thelr admmrstratlve duties I2 ,' L YJ- ,J- ' Y - ' . . ,j, ',J. , . ' ,. 'T lm Q n -I . '. .l , 1. lt , -1 nc ,,JM J. , , andl 0 un Pa llfflw Personnel The busmess of keeping house falls to Miss Vochlco and Miss Druzxslq These folks concern themselves chlefly with I'l13.lI'1f3lI'1ll'1g records for the Senlor Hugh School Ar thenr fmger ups hes all the mformauon necessary to keep our school oper ating smoothly and efficiently Always Obllglflg and reliable they have served us well I3 ETHFI ALTHAUSER A B M I I'l1jt,llSI"l IV Sophomore Class Sponsor WILLIAM ARNETT Master IXfI'!CI'1l!1lSI lxlichme Shop Boulmq Club GEORGE AXTELL Izlcctrxc Shop St Q En Sound Squ1d JOSEPH BENKERT BS 'VIS PhD Scxence Bxology Hygiene Gulchnce Patrol Scnence Forum Club Asst Prxncxpwl WILLIAM BINING B S M A Problems of Democmcy Amerxcem Hlstory Student Sen1te Homeroom Dlrector Socnl Studies Club AVIS CAULEY B S M A Amer can Htstory Historical Society Club Dxrcctor OLIVE CEASE B S M S Shorthand Typewrltmg n shlp College Research Club Director of N1t1on1l Youth Adm1nrstr1t1on Cpno oundlc JOSEPH HLISTA Blology Hygxene Football Assistant Coach of Basketball LEONARD HORSMAN B S M Ed Wforld History Amer1c1n Hlstorv Automobnle Club BETTY HUGHES Physical Educnxon Hygiene Leiders Trammq Club I tmmuml Sports Socml Com mxttee EDITH KERSCHNER Typmg Qunll Club N1t1on1l Honor Socxety Sponsor SAMUELJ D KEUSCH B A M A 'Ir'icle Draftxng Science Aeronautxc Club ROSE KOZAK BS MEd Secretarxal Pract ce Typing III Typnst Aduser for Sul houette Shorth-md II Super vnsor of Mtmeograph Room Bookkeeper for Student Ac CHARLES COOK B S M A Rtlued Dmwmg lWech1nxc1l Dr Iwlng ,IOHIN DODDS A B M A Relstted Soc 'll Club VIARY DUFFY Intt B A Linn Honor Roll Committee Engltsh II Language Club DORIS FEICK Stuelnes Chess Supervisor of Home Economxcs Curl Reserva Club Costume C ommxttee KA THERINE FORCEY B S M Ed Pl'me Geometry Soltd Ge ometry Trtgonometry unxor Cl1ss Adviser untor Forum Club VIRGINIA GRIFFITHS Englxsh II Consumer Educa txon Fu ure Te1chers Club Lost and Found Sponsor B A B L S Llbrwry Science Lxbrary Scxence Cl1ss ALTHAUSER ARNETT AXTELL BENKERT EINING CAULEY CEASE COOK DODDS Ulletten C t ent. L tn ity Fund GERTRUDE LEE AB B of Oratory ML Englxsh Dr1m1t1cs DUFFY HLISTA KOZAK HERBERT McCAUGHTRY B S ln Ed Vocattonal Math, Attendance Dxrector, Asst Club Director Fzlcx Fonczv Gmrrrn-as RIME HoRsMAN HUGHES KERSCHNER Ksuscr-I LEE M CAucr-HRV M cormlcx M NEES ARTHUR MCCORMICK HELEN McNEES B S B A , M A Band, Orchestra, Instrumen French I and II, Spanish I, tal Muslc Dxrector Sxlhouette SPOHS01' -h If I '8 BE. L I A ' L . ak e ' - , ., M. . - . 7. .,. . .. Q - BIS' V I X f 1 , ' - , f , J ' t K Y J Q ' Q ' ,. I . I ' . r ' V B.A. l Commercidl Law, Salesma - ROSEIVIARY GRIME n A o L L3 lm Ip A.B. . L. . .. ..-, -I 3 'Q' A.B. . A .I 1 ' . K ' X I , nl A ' 'V sa fa, 4 B.A. I I . ' U h . I . K - . Y . 4 - X I J ULIAN McWHORTER Bookkeeping I II Fm1nce Commmttee Usher Commnttee Assembly Committee Popu lar Songs Club MADELYN MILLER Shorth1nd Typewrxtmg O G A Club WILLARD NEWTON M Ed B S World Hxstory Student Lo1n Assocntlon Students S'lVlI1gS Senior Commencement MARGARET NUSSBAUM B S tn E M A Busmess Englxsh Busmess Economxcs Cheerleaders Club Senior Class Aclvxser RUTH PARSON Muslc Madrtgal Club Boys Glee Club llu Falultx VINCENT RICE Blology Senlor Sclence gtene Archery Club Co Sponsor Patrol MARGARET ROBB II III Foods II III Boys Home Economxcs Club MERRILL ROBB B A M A Algebm Rel1ted Senxor Sc: ence Attendance Checker LEONARD ROTHERMEL Industrnl Arts Golf Pres ldent of Faculty MAURICE RUBENSTEIN Dlrector of Athlettcs Physxc al Educatxon Varsxty Club Football Basketball Coach I5 M'WHORTER MILLER NEWTON NUSSBAUM PARSON RICE MISS ROBB MR ROBB ROTHERMEL RUEENSTEIN SCHE MERHORN SERENE SHAFFER SHAUL SMITH HAZEL SCHEMERHORN Study Hall Club Business Economics Economic Cveog raphy MICH AEL SERENE BS MA Physics Chemxstry Boxmg BL Wrestling Club Intrslmurals LYSLE SHAFFER A B M A Engl sh III Publlc Speech Debate Te'1m Refreshment Commxttee DOROTHY SHAUL Home Economics I Soctal Hour Commxttee 'VIARIE SMITH B A M Ed Consumer Ed Hobby Club I li If ai 'QC 11" - f , V . I' ' V Q B.S. A.B. B.A. I , I f ' 1 I HY' I l 7 7 7 9 Y - A.B. V .f E U . , A ' , Home Economics, Clothing ' , - f , , - - - . , V , . , , , . , . l h hy . l . . I I, I Y . , . , . , . - - t . , , . . . ' .. . . BS. ' ' 'K , BS. I y ' I , - . . , - . , . B.S. . Q 1 - , , I - ,. ., . . K 7 V '9 QC QY1 EUET1, YI. SNYDER SPAHR TAGGART TODD TREMBLEY TROBE WOLFE KARAKITSOS HAI-ABAN VOCHKO 6 DAVID SNYDER B S IVI Ed R wtue Englxslw I1 III V Assxsmnt Ccnch ol Athlencs lootlwll Club lUl7llClIy D1 mctor Intmmurlls MARCELLA SPAHR Pl1ys1C1l Ldutiuon HYj.,l1l1Q L'lkLI'S Clulv Intr1mur1 Sports lGrrlsl Student llc tlth Commuttu LEO TAGGART BS lVlEd Voc'1t1on1l Dlrector Rclitcd Science School Stiff Com Clvurman Pl'1ccment of Vo citlonil Students Director of Nitxorral Defense Tralnlng HENRY TODD Master lVleCl1'in1C Voc'1t1on1l Auto MYRTLE TREMBLEY BS IVII. English II Yeirlnoolc Spon sor Popul1r Songs Club Q l houette RUTH TROBE Art und Crifts Dccomtlons El'lf.,llSl'1 II Art Club Art Ap pre-cnatnon Scentry Publlcxty Rnd Cross Projects HERMAN WOLFE Cupenter Tmcle Vocauonal W oodvxork PETER KARAKITSOS Foothill Pl1ys1C1l Educitxon NELLIE HALABAN Senior Hlgh Secretary ANNE VOCHKO Senior Hxgh Secretiry Cpno lclent in hifi Choaen 'Q' a C9 Dr Slhllh Prxnclpal Dr Benkert AXSSISISNI Pr1nc1p'11 M155 F6lCk DIFCC tor of I-fome Econormcs and Mr Tag gart Vocanonal Dxrector arrange the schedules and courses 1n our school Dr Benkert Nlessers Robb Rxce Hlxsta and Serene make up the SCIENCE Department The mother tongue and IIS pecul1ar1 t1e5 are pre51cled oxer by MISS Alt hiuser M155 Duffy M155 Grlffxths M155 Lee Mr Sh1ffer Mr Snxder M155 Tremblev and Mrs Trobe Mr Robb Mr McCaughtry Nllss Forcey and Mr Nlcwhorter teach the math 1n our school The Soclal Stuches teachers are 51155 Schemerhorn MISS GflfflthS hir Bm mg Mr I-'Iorsman MISS Caulex Nlr Dodds and M155 Slhlfh Cfhelg .fthe dlent Typlng I II and IH are mught by M155 M1ller M155 Kerschner amd M1ss Cease Mr McWhorter teaches Booltlceepmg Shorthand a two year course taught by MISS Mlller and MISS Cease The advanced Secretamal Practlce and M1meograph1ng IS handled by M155 Kozalc MISS Slnlth teaches Consumers Edu CHIIOH and MISS Nussbaum and Mrs Schemerhorn teach Busmess Economics MISS Nussbaum also teaches Busmess Enghsh MISS Fe1clc the D1rector of the Home ECOHOIHICS Department teaches the IHICHSIVC vocational course and also related sclence MISS Robb and MISS Shaul teach the g1rls who have chosen the subject as an electlve The three year Latm cou se lb taught by M ss Duffy M155 McNets te1ches French and Spamsh both two year courses Mrs Trobe IS the mstructor of the art crafts 'md art 'apprecmtlon classes M155 Parsons dlrects all chorus work and teaches all the classes of muslc and ITILISIC apprec1at1on '9- I8 Jlne Human and qalllliblle School Doctor and Nurses Physical Edc1t1on Dr Troll oversees the health of our athletes and the student body He rs ably asslsted by the school nurses Mlss Suttelle and MISS Sherman MISS Hughes Mlss Spahr and Mr Rubenstein supervise the physlcal education VOCafl0naI D epirp me Ut The vocatlonal Industrial department of our school alms to prepare students for man ual employment Mr Arnett dlrects the course of the machme shop whlch mcludes practxcal trammg on the lathe shaper and mxllxng machme The electric shop students are instructed by Mr Axtell Under Mr Keusch the trade drafting classes do blue prmtmg and other practxcal drawing M Todd guldes the repair work of the potential automobnle mechamcs In the wood shop pattern makmg and buxldmg constructxon are taught by Mr Wolf 4 - . 2 , . , 3 Q '- . .M. 7 I' ' I. I'. -19- epu cc an otcon The culmination of physical and mental efforts sets our republic in a state of constant activity Each deed no matter how diminutive it may appear, is a contrx bution that is nc sary to complete our daily affairs The janitorial staff, the pendent upon one another We all strive to achieve what is demanded of us Therefore we welcome helpful criticism that results in improvement Variety of daily program, diversion from mental labor through music, gym nastics, art, and clubs, and fellowship Wlth our friends tend to make each day more worthwhile A new contact IS a new experience Surely we all concur m the belief that we have made our school life, profitable or otherwise, by the result of our own attitude and effort that we extended 20 A I . . C . faculty, the administrative body, and the student body are interrelated and de- BEFORE THE WORLD WE ARE AMERICANS gli? SQHLOY USS Footprints of The Senior Hass We took our first step on the road to higher learnmg when we entered the new senior hugh school bulldmg as sophs The path we treaded through Ambrldge Hugh can be looked back upon wlth prnde The Class of 41 bullt a boulevard of reforms whxch made the school a smoother functlomng more democratic organ lVl NUSSBAUM lzatlon Class Advlser Once on our way we elected officers to transact our hrst year of buslness and then proceeded to do the usual things unusually well Along the highway we erected a student forum and installed the flrst Student Loan Assoclatlon to serve the student body Durmg the last lap of our journey we established the Student Court after lt had met wlth the approval of the Senate The caliber of thus governing body was lmprovecl by lnauguratmg the Offlce of Recorder m order to keep each home room Informed of nts partxcular representatxve Thus the student body was piloted up the lofty peak of muslc speech athletic and scholastlc achlevement and on May Z8 we recenved our long sought dnplomas whxch slgnlfied the end of our hugh school journey CLASS OFFICERS N GROSS Vice Pres J CICCONE Sec Treas K DEUSCHLE Pres 21 . I I . . l II ,. .eg ,n - ' ' , ' - 5 ! 7 7 . , - - . , .- 1. THE STALWARTS OF SELF GOVERNMENT STEVE ALUSHIN Vocational Stage Squad Public Address Commxrtee Chess Club Shop Foreman Science Forum VIRGEL ANDREATTA Vocational Patrol BILL AXTELL Vocatxonal CAROL ARMINGTON Academic Club Commlttet Hlstorxcal So CILIY Club Officer Homeroom Officer Slll'1ouetteStaH: Asstm Commerclal Chess Club Bowlmg Club bly Commxttee FRANCES BALICKI Academic Usher Commlttee Refreshment Committee Glrl Restrves Club Officer Hobbs Club Language Club Fmance Committee ELEANOR BALL Academxc Sports Leaders Club Club Of ALBERT BALOUGH flcer Yearbook Staff Fmance Vocational Committee Nllnstrel Usher Chess Club Automobile Club Commlttee DOROTHY BANKS Silhouette Staff Student Senatt Homeroom Officer Madrlgal Club Scxence Forum Leaders Club Band Health Commlttee Yearbook Stal? Sports Dra mattcs Mnclwest Chorus JAMES L BARTH Vocatlonal Anrplanc Club Games Club Sclence Club Bowlmg Club BENNY BARSZCZ Academic Debate Club Football Squad Patrol Homeroom Officer Col lege Research Club Future Teachers Club Soclal Studies Club Health Commxtree STEVEN BASALYGA General Chef Club RAYMOND BEAMEN General Football Squad Golf Home room Offlcer Varsxty Club NICK BATALIK Vocatxonal Atrplane Club Chef Club FRANCES BEEBE Commercial Club Commrttee TrtS1g Hob by Club 'au ANNA BELAY ALUSHIN ANDREATYA ARMINGTON Commercnl AXTELL BALICKI BALL Future Teachers Club O G A BA'-OUGH BANKS HARSZCZ Club Club Officer Costume EARTH BASA'-VGA BATALIK Committee BEAMAN azzaz A szuv 22 M BELEY BENDLE BENNIS BESICK BILO LXLAZIEW SOCKS HONZO BOLJDROS D UOWAN 'T W BOWAN BRLETIC BROWN BUDIMER A BUFALINI MARY BEIEY Commtrtml Fm'mce Comm ttf Sports r le l s Club C O 1 Clunrltx trs Club PHIL BFNDI L Acidemxt SclenCe Forum Arclur Club Club mer Purol P l 1 :tx Commtut lVl'1n'1ger Tr 11l1 T1 mm STACY BPNNIS C1ener1l Lxbmry Surf Gxrls Chorus Hobby Club C'ub Oflutr lututt Teichers Club ANlN GLORIA BESICK Generil Knlttlnq Cltl Hol l x Cl l Popu 'tr Songs Club NIARY BILO COlUHlLFCI1l Scmpbook Cul Girdenme Club Populir Songs Club F1n1n 1 Com mxttee THE CHAMPION MYRA EMMA BLAZIER Academlc L1br1ry Club Usher Commlttee Curl Reserves Advertxs ng Commlttee Mid rlg.,1l Club Sports lVl1n1gLr ELLENE BOGGS AC1dG!HlC Trlslg Club Yeirbool Stiff Home room Offxctr Assembly Committee P1trol Soccer Tennls Club MARY MARGARET BONZO Commercnl Usher Commtttee Publlcxty Commit tee Typing Stiff for Yearbook Fm 'mce Commxttee Tr1S1g Club Student Lo1n Assocmtxon Basketball Progmm Commlttee Student B'1nlcer SAM BOUDROS Voc1t1on1l DOROTHY BOW AN Commerclal L sher Commlttee Ftninte Committee Sports ltiders Club WILLIAM BOWAN Cotnmercnl B'1slcetb1ll Golf Footb1lllVl1n1gcr V'1rs1ty Club RUDOLPH BRI ETIC Voc1t1on'll Pitrol Boxxng 1nd Xvrtstllng Club ShowC1rd Prnntxng Popul1r Songs ARTHUR BROWN Voc1t1on1l A1rpl1ne Club Checker Club Populir Songs Club JOHN D BUDIMER JR AC1d8mlC Football Track B1slcetb1ll M'm'1ger VS restllng Forum Venrsuty Club ALVIN BUFALINI Ac1dem1c Bulletin Board Committee Bind Art Club Aclxertusmg Stat? Orchestra Club Officer Nlxnstrel Nhdrngal Club Hxstorxcul Socnetx Home-room Olfxcer Student Sen1te Yearbook Smff S OF DEMOCRATIC PROCEDURE 23 A , .cv -3 0 I 1 f' I 1 1 A: . 1 4 A ' ,g A f ' ' 7 - K 1 f 2 S 5 6 , .A 'MA 5 i W .9 A J ,1 - 1 1' at . . K - h N K . .K 1 ' I a -UA, 1' '. ,l . 1 nt- A 1 , l . V 1 1 , , 1 1 1 , er. . 1 .lub ll1'er. . " 'fd' ' , i ' , 1 - 1 ' V1 , 1 1 ' .I .5 1 ' 1 L T K I K 9 I K E 4 - V A . - 3' It , ', ' . 1 1 B C ' , - 1 . 1 Off . . . uwl 1- j . 1 ' . 0 ' , Q Club 1 1 1 E ' 'I A 1 . 1 Q ' 1 1 E x A K ' , 1 1 - 1 1 Q 41 x t Sl 1 I E K I 1 . v 1 T I 1 1' l v 1 V1 V 1 1 , 1 1 1 ' l l 1 v ' 1 . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 E A ll U u 1 K Y 'AA .xx H' Tux l. . Y "' 1 1 K . . I 1 I . 1 , . ' .Q T 1 A l A 4 c 1 1 1 '- ,l w. 1 ' N' . . ' . A .4 1 ' 1 1 " . . 1 C- - ls , ' 1 ' - ' . ' 1 R ' . , -D1 l 1 , 1 1 SAM BUFALINI Vocatmnal Art Club Popular Songs Club Prom Commxttee KATHERINE BUNGO General Art Club Popular Songs Club Prom JENNIE BURKA Commercial Yale Prmceton Sports Leaders Club Homeroom Offlcer Usher Comm1ttee Cheerleader s Club Club Offxcer PHYLLIS CAPUTO Academxc Tr1S1g Silhouette Staff Homeroom Offxcer Minstrel Yearbook Staff H15 torlcalSoc1ety Student Banker Patrol CHESTER CASE Vocatxonal Radxo Club Club Orflcer Automobile Club WE DID MANY THINGS ADELYNE CATALUCCI Commercial Sports Publncxty Commxttee Games Club Sxlhouette Staff Homeroom OITICEI' MARIANNE CATIZONE General Cheerleaders Club Sxlhouette Popu serves Tr1S1g Club WALTER VICTOR CHAPALA Academic Showcard Letterlng Club Radlo Club Patrol Chef Club Refreshment Com mxttee Student Senate HELEN CICCONE Academlc Leaders Club Sports Yale Prxnceton Usher Commlttee Homeroom Offxcer Socnal Hour Committee Cheerleader Club Junior Leaders Club JOSEPHINE CICCONE Commercxal Homeroom Offncer Debate Club Sen lor Class Secretary Dramatlcs Bowl mg Club Fmance Commxttee 24 S BUFALINI BUNGO BURKA CAPUTO CASE LATALUCCI CATIZONE CHAFALA H CICCONE J CICCONE V CICCONE COLA CORLISS COSTANZA CREECH VALENTINE CICCONE Acaclemlc Homeroom Offlcer Property Commxt tee Lost and Found Commlttee Year book Staff Band Orchestra Assembly Committee Socxal Hour Commlttee College Research Club Hlstorlcal So clety Circulation Edltor Yearbook Student Senate MARY COLA General Patrol Usher Committee Fmance Commlttee Sports unnor Leaders Club Club OHICGI' Photography Club JACKIE CORLISS General Tr1S1g Club Madrlgal Club Bulletm Board Commxttee Publxclty Commlt tee Homeroom Commlttee Mmstrel Prom Commxttee Yearbook Mud west Chorus EDITH COSTANZA Commercial Hobby Club Cheerleaders Club Pop ular Songs Club ESTHER CREECH Commercial Art Club Gtrl Reserves Club at 2 I ' "' ' N lf iz, C ' f V, 3 1' vw . . I Q M. 7 - 1 id K -i 0 , ' I . , ' I I 4 7 7 7 I I - 4 9 I 7 A - I v y s a ' - , I, , 7 7 , . 3 7 ' I 3 7 . I I 7 - Commxttee lar Songs Club, Dramattcs, Girl Re- , . , . y . . . , , g , J . . , I . , , . ' 1 7 1 v , - 3 5 Y I 7 Y - I , l 7 7 7 I I A , b I t , V 7 5 - . , . . . . 7 ' - ' I ' . ' . . ' . ' I 7 I Y 7 ' I Y I , , . . . 1 L 7 . . . - . 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Tmck, Year- book. Intramural Sports Com- mittee. Science Forum. Chess Club, Homeroom Officer MAK NG S L L PROFITA V JOHN A DUBENSKY Vocational Basketball Varsxty Chess Club Boys Home Economics Boxmg and Wrestlxng Club MICHAEL DUDENICH Vocational Homeroom Bas etball Athltuc Commlttee HARRY DUNDA Vocational GALE MARTIN EAHOLTZ Patrol Auto Shop Arplane Academxc Club Minstrel TrxS1g Club Patrol Publxcxty Commlttee Nladrxgal Club Usher Commxttee DOROTHY ERDELYAN Acadcmlc L brary Councll Pubhcxty Com mxttce Homeroom Repres nta txve Advernsmg Commxttee HELEN ERDELYAN General Bowling Club Sports Leaders CYRUS EWING Club Science Club Club Officer General Homeroom Ofltcer Band Box mg Club Photography Club Orchestra TONY FALSO Vocational Boxing Club Commercial Usher Committee Sports Pop ular Songs Club HILDA M FASCIANO Commercxal Hobby Club Gardening Club O G A SHIRLEY FEICK Academic Band Language Club Patrol Homeroom Officer Usher Com mmttee Photography Commtttee Archery Club BETTY FLEMING Commerclal Publncxty Commxttee Madrxgal Club Sports Princeton Cheer leader Sllhouette Representatlve Popular Songs Club FRANK WILLIAM FREE General Sclence Club Patrol Band CATHERINE ROSE FRIEDL Commercxal Cheerleaders Club JOHN FRYNKEWICZ General Scxence Forum Club Offxcer Football Patrol Safety Patrol Radxo Club Homeroom Officer Boys Home Economxcs Club 26 E RUTO DUBENSKY EAHOLTZ EWING FASCIANO FREE PQ DUDENICH DUNDA D ERDELVAN H ERDELYAN F-'ALSO FARDO FEICK FLEMING FRIEDL FRYNKEVVICZ WE RECEI ED TH INST C I ANNEFARDO 7' e . 3 ar i , ,. , lf ' C' I, , 11. 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GIAMMARIA GIBSON GOERMAN GOGAL GOLDSTEIN GORDON GOSSARD GREENWALD N GROSS R GROSS GRZYBOWSKI NICK MARTIN FURIS Voc1t1on'1l Photogrlphy Club Golf Boolc Lovers Club Boys Homt Economlcs Club EVI-:LYN GAI ATI Commtrcml umor Lemcltrs Club Chee-rle1ders Club JANE GASPERSIC Commercml Socnl Commxttu Adwtrtxsmg Com mltttv Popul1r Songs Club Costume Committee PHIIIP GERMAN -Xt ICIQYDI Scum t Forum Pullxeltx Commltttt Bullttm Bowel C ommxttu LENA GIAMMARIA GLITCIUII Cheerleaders Club Homeroom Com mtttec Popul1r Songs Club .AK BOB GIBSON Commercml Chess Club G'1mc Club Club Offxcer Populn' Songs Club BETTY GOERMAN Acniemxe Homeroom OIT-ICLF Silhouette Stiff Publicity Committee Hxstortcil So cxcty Photog.,r1phy Committee ANNE GOGAL AC1dtl'I1lC Tennls Club L1ngu1ge Club Cheer Boird Committee Publlcxty Commit tea Sllhouerrc Smff P1trol Soccer Vollevbmll B1slcetb1ll Df1n11IlCS PHYLLIS GOLDSTEIN Acidemxc Ilnguipct Club Homeroom Offlcer College. Rtsvtrch BETTY GORDON Commertnl Truel CluI Chetrlcwders Club G1rl Reserxes Chess Club Vollexbill So er B1LttI1lI Nlushbill W OM UST 27 All HELEN GOSSARD Acidemlc Language Club Club Olflcer Home room OHICQI' HISIOFICWI Soctetx Pro grim Committee Orchestri Chorus Midrlgwl Club EARL GREENWALD Gener1l Wrestlxng Club Softbill B1sketb1ll Intr1mur1l Committee NORMAN GROSS Acidemlc Hobby Club Refreshment Commxtttt Dram1t1cs Intmmuruls College Re search Club Sxlhouette Homcroom Offxcer Assembly Commxttee Yewr book Stiff Senior Cl1ss Nxce Prcsl dent Swings f'uncIComm1ttet Senior Forum RICHARD GROSS Geneml Science Forum Athlettc Commnttte Boxxnp., 'md Wrestling, Club Intm mumls EMILY GRZYBOWKSKI COfnn1efCIaI B1slcetb1ll lNI1dr1g1lClub Homeruom Offxcer Chorus 1 3 al 0 x , . ,Ii 1.241 A, we I ? 5 3' 5 Q 0 I Scrapbook -Clubx Usher CIOITIYIIIIKPC- leaders' Clube Eorum Club, Ifiulletln ' ' In ' ' ' I X . 1 ci A YK ' K t C. .qx 3 Ai: -ti Q- ,tvzvvvk-:I . ' . - vm 3, I Y Ni A t j C-. ts"M .L . . 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PAUL GUTOWSKI J R Vocatxonal Basketball Golf RUTH ANN HACKER Commerclal Hobby Club Yearbook Staff Fmance Commlttee MARY JULIA HALE Commercxal Yearbook Staff Cheerleaders Club Hour Commxttee Property Cornmnt tee Leaders Club EVELYN HALLAS Commerclal Sxlhouette Staff Library Staff Club Committee Volleyball Soccer Basket ball Refreshment Commlttee Mush ball Yearbook Staff JOSEPHINE HASSON Commerclal Band Orchestra Honor Roll Com mxttee Hnstorlcal Socxety GENEVIEVE HAUSER Commercial Band Orchestra Honor Roll Commit tee Hnstorncal Socxety Hobby Club JAMES HEADLAND Academlc Debate Int amurals Property Com mxrtee Trl Sxg Club Yearbook Staff Hxstorlcal Soclety Student Loan As socxatxon MARGARET HEIM Gnrl Reserves Usher Commxttee Cos tume Committee Popular Songs Club MILDRED HERBEIN Academ1c Tr1S1g Club Lxbrary Club Dramancs Sports Manager Homeroom Officer Yearbook Staff Madrxgal Club Usher Commxttee JOHN HERTNEKY Vociuonal Anrplane Club Stage Squad Score Board Squad Chess Club Homeroom Officer Homeroom Commlttee 28 GUTOWSKI HACKER HALE HALLAS HASSON HAU ER HEADLAND HEIM HERBEIN HERTNEKY HICKEV HILGER HLEVIAK HOFFMAN HOGREFE EDGAR HICKEY General Opera Mmstrel Archery Hn the Deck Patrol Band Orchestra SCI ence Forum Boys Chorus lVl1dr1gal Club REGINA HILGER Commercial Sllhouette Staff Scxence Forum Hrs torxcal Socxety Club Committee Year book Staff Typing Staff ANNE HLEVIAK Commerclal Homeroom Officer Sxlhouette Staff mxttee Soccer Volleyball Finance Commxttee Cheerleaders Club Soclal Hour Committee Bowling Club Year book Staff Orchestra Commnttee TED HOFFMAN C0n1n1erClaI Ches Club Scxence Forum Patrol Homeroom Offxcer ESTELLE HOGREFE Academlc Tr1S1g Club Edntor of Sllhouette Homeroom Officer Student Senate Patrol HlS!OF1C1l Society Club Offx cer Sports M1nager Leaders Club Yearbook Staff Property Commxttee Fxnance Committee Lsher Committee Chrxstmas Splrlt J . 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ISABELL HOLMES General Chorus Madrxgal Club Hobby Club Popular Songs Club Pub llclty Committee Usher Com mnttee CHARLES HOMICH Voc1t1onal G1me Club Intramurals Chess Club KAY HRECHUN STEVEN HRITSIK Commercml Commercxal Populir Songs Club Usher Foo b1ll Archery Club Committee MIKE G HUDAK Commercml Boxlng Club IRENE HYSHAK Commercnal S udent Senate Offxcer Home room Officer Madrxgal Club Tr1S1g Club Band Usher Com mittee Library Choral Work m ,J MILDRED IRONS Dramatlcs Socnl Hour Com Academic xttee Sllhouette Staff Madr1g1l Club Club OEICBI' Band Orchestra Assembly Commlttee DFTIHBIICS Homeroom Offlcer Yeirbook Staff Sctence Forum Midwest Ac1demlc Chorus Student Banker LOUIS IWLER Academxc Sllhouetre Staff ANDREW JANICKI Academnc Footb1ll Varslty Club Ye1rbook Staff MYRNA L JACKSON Commercxal Cheerleaders Club Gardening Club Fmcince Commxttee Pop ulir Songs Club ANNE JAROWEY Snlhouette Staff Soccer B1sket b1ll Tr1S1g Club Yearbook Snff le1ders Club lVl'1dr1g1l Club Volleyb1ll Dramatxcs OLGA JAROWEY Academxc Trl Sag Club Sllhouette Staff Student Senate Yale Princeton Leaders Club lVl1dr1gal Club Soccer Volleyball Yearbook JANET JARVIE Smff Bulletm Bond Committee General Dr-nm1t1cs Tennis uxll Club Book Lovers Club Hobby Club B1sketb1ll EVELYN JOHNSON Commerclal Ye-'nrbook Staff unxor Le1ders Club Bisketball Soccer Volley bull Cheerleaders Club HOLMES HOMICH HRECHUN Hmrslx HUDAK Hvsr-nut BE'1'l'Y ANNE JOHNSTON :nous IWLER JACKSON Commercial JANICKI A JAROWEV 0 JAROWEY Glrl Reserves, Usher Committee, JARVIE JOHNSON JOHNSTON Cheerleaders Club WE INCLINED OUR EARS TOWARD DISCRETION AND APPLIED OUR HEARTS HELENA JONES Commercml Hobby Club Flnince Commxt tee Usher Commxttee Socnl Committee Club Officer Ye1r book I EONARD KACZYNSKI VOCHllOn1l Patrol Automobtle Club Pho togriphy Club JOHN KAKIAS AC1dQmlC Atrphne Club Wrestling Club Patrol Chorus u ll Club Bul TED KALOUDI letm Board Committee Intm Voc1t1onal mur1ls Boxing incl Wrestllng Club lntmmurals Nl chinncil Dmw meg Club HELEN KARAS Geneml Hobbv C lub leiders Club MIKE KARAS Commercml MARY KARDA Gimc Club Chtf Cub Studc nt Commercnl Lown Assocmtxon Science Forum llbrqry Pub llClly Committee P1trol Hrs HELEN KATA Commercml Student Loan Assocmtxon Fm 'mce Commlttee P1trol Year book Staff Gxrl Reserves Bul lerm Boird Committee Trl Sig Publxclty Hut the Deck Scrip Book Club ACad9mlC MARGARET KATALANAS POPPY KAZAKOS Commercxal Amdemxc Chorus Archery Club Homeroom Offxcer Orchestra Scxence Forum Scenery Com XTIIIIEC Silhouette Stall: STEPHEN KEFALES Vocatlonal Anrplane Club JOHN JULIUS KENSTLER Voc1t1on1l Chess Club lVlech1n1c'1l Dr1w :nz Club Chef Club Chef Club MAXINE KIILLNER General Sclence Forum Gwrclenmg Cos tume Commlttee CARL KERCHNER Presxclent Hnstorxcal Socxety Dramat cs Homeroom Commnt tee Student Senate Sxlhouette Smff Madrlgal Club Assembly Commxttee HELEN KERRISH Comme-rcnal Game Club Popul1r Song Club UNDERSTANDING JONES KALOUDI KARDA KAZAKOS KENSTLER KACZYNSKI H KARAS KARAS HELEN KATA KEFALES KERCHNER KAKIAS KATALANAS KELLNER KERRISH 4 5 A 9 ' ' . 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M. - 30 4 KINGAS KOELIK KOHUT KOLESIN KOSTAS KOWALESKA KOZAR KROL KUBIA KUCHTYN KULBACKI KUNIEWIC2 KUPETZ KUTZKO LABUDA JAMES KINGAS Generil Cheerle1ders Club Dmmitxcs Auto moblle Club lVl'1dr1g1lClub MARY KOBLIK Commercnl Lnbrary Club Gqme Club Gxrl R serves Bulletin Board Commlttec Cveneml Footbeall lVl1n'1ger Soc 1l Hour Com mxttee Bowling Club Homeroom Of fi er M1dr1g1l Club STEPHANIA KOLFSIN Commercnl Glrl Rtstrvts Club Off Cer JOHN KOSTAS Ac1demnc Footb1ll Bind M1n1gtr B1sltetb1ll M netger V1cePres1dent Sophomore 'md unnor Cl1ss V1rs ty Club As sembly Commxttee Socnl Committee Student Forum Student l.o1n Asso cnnon it ADEI AIDE KOWALESKA Acidemtc Tr1Sxg Club Leaders Club Tennls Club Intmmuruls Snlhouette Staff Dr1m1t1cs Bulletin Boetrd Committee Ye1rbook Smff Assembly Committee Home-room Officer Student He1lth Bo'1rd ELSIE KOZAR Commercml Orchestm Cheerleiders Club Popu l1r Songs Club ANDREW KROL Cvenerul Cnme Club Club Offxcer Chess Club Intmmur ls Fmince Comm ttee Boys Home Economxcs Club Home-room Olllctr Footb'lll EI IIABETH KUBIA Commtrcnl I 1d rs Club Club Officer P1trol Y1lQ. Prmctton Soccer Volleyb1Il Property Commuttee 1 NNIE KUCHTYN Commercml uxll Club Club Offncer Refreshment Committee Patrol lVlushb1Il Soccer Bwsltetbwll Vollc-yb1ll IRENE KULBACKI Commercnl Varslty Cheerle'1der Ye1rboolc Stuff Typmg Staff Bowlmg Club Home room Offxcer Dramatlcs Baslcetbill Cheerle-1ders Club Club Offtcer Vol leybill Student Loan ASSOCIIIIOH PAUL KUNIEWICZ Voc1t1on'al Smge Squad HOWARD KUPETZ Voc1t1on1l Arrphne Club AGNES KUTYKO Commercnl Hobby Club Lewdcrs Club Popuhr Songs Club Refreshment Committee lntmmumls ANNA SUE LABUDA Commercml Lmbmry Club Popul1r Songs Club Cos ume Committee Fxn1nce Commlt tee Yewrbook SMH: Student Lo1n As socntton Photogriphy Club SOUGHT AFTER KNOWLEDG 31 4, 'I' I 1 2 ,V Z- , s lf ,- ' Q . 5,5 5' 'V l ... , 'A"., ' I I K 4 ,K . , . . . - - , . , . , . . , 7 I I Y 5 C 7 7 9 7 - . . , K , , . , . . , 4 1 Y Y K 7 Q l , . . , . . , . . , 1 . ' e- , . AC K I l ., . , - . . . V V ' . . 4 1 4 c , . 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K W E E I REMEMBERING THE ANNA MAE LAMPKOWSKI Commercnal unnor Leaders Llub Popular Songs Club Travel Club Sports GEORGE M LENCH Vocatxonal Axrplane Club Chess Club FLORENCE LIBSON Academxc Sllhouette Ass stant Edxtor Assembly Commnttee Debate Club Orchestra Band Yearbook Co Busxness Nlanager Patrol Lieutenant Hxstorlcal Society JOHN LIVITSKI Voca nonal Games Club Automobile Club Foot ball Patrol EUGENE LYSICK General Sllhouezte Representatnves Nladrxgal Club Finance Committee Chef Club Boys Chorus Travel Club Game Club TI-IERESA LEVATO General Ch 1115 Popular Songs Club MARY ELIZABETH MOJERCIK COnInIerCI1I Scrapbook Club Popular Songs Club MARY ELIZABETH MAJETIC Commercxal Cheerleaders Club Silhouette Repre sentatxve Homeroom Committee Club Offxcer Popular Songs Club Finance Commnttee ELIZABETH MANINI General Secretary Game Club Popular Songs Club MARY MAN-IAK Commercxal Games Popular Songs Club 32 VALUE OF REPROOF. LAMPKOWSKI LENCH LIBSON LIVITSKI LYSICK LEVATO MOJERCIK MAJETIC MANINI MANJAK MANN MANURAS MAROVICH MARR MARTI MARCIA MANN Academic Bulletin Board Commxttee Scenery Commxttee Language Club TrxS1g Club Mlnstrel Slhouette Staff Mad rlgal Club Yale Princeton Cheerlead er Homeroom OHICCI' Yearbook Staff LILLIAN MANURAS Commerclal Scrapbook Club Archery Club Popu MARY MAROVICH Commercxal Patrol Socxal Commlttee Cheerleacl ers Club Junnor Leaders Club Popu lar Songs Club Sports Homeroom OHICQY Yearbook JIMMY MARR Academic Debate Club Homeroom Offlcer Club Offlcer Socxal Commlttee Intramur als Assembly Commlttee Flnance Commxtree MARILYN MARTI Academic Band Orchestra Assembly Commlttec Yearbook Patrol Madrxgal Club ' J ' J- A , , u . , ., n . , J . , . , t v . R . , v K u v 4 1 v I' I 7 7 2 5 - . , - . 7 5 . 'K , K y , . 9 7 - lar Songs Club, Publxclty Commlttee 1 , - - . . 5 - 1 a 4 1 ' ' ' ' . 1 y - 4 , 1 , - . , . , , , I . . . . 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A N b.11 I ' K K ' ' t Acqclemic Y Club: Yearbook Staff, Assembly an f ar A I I ' ' 3 Q I ' Q ' x E L E T H E P U R I T Y F T H , E GOODNE W IG BETTY ANN MILLER Commercial Hobby Club Usher Committee Cheerleaders Club Gardenmg Club Finance Committee Prop erty Committee Popular Songs Club RICHARD MILES Academic Homeroom Officer Property Commxttee Debate Club Dra matxcs F1nanceComm1ttee Tr: Slg Club Student Loan Asso cnatnon Yearbook Staff MARSHALL MINICK JOE MISKULIN Vocatlonal Commercxal Homeroom Officer Mechan cal Hobby Club Fmance Com Drawmg Club Bowlmg Club mittee Chess Club VERONICA MISKULIN Commercxal Personal Groommg Club Fm ance Commnttee Travel Club O G A Usher Commlttee Yearbook Staff Future Teach ers Club BETTY MOORE General CATHERINE MORELLI Cheerleaders Club Usher Com Commerclal mittee Yearbook Staff Cheerleaders Club unlor Club Forum Lxbrary Staff Finance Committee Homeroom OHICEI' Yearbook Staff Usher Com mxttee FERDINAND MORELLI Vocatlonal Photography Club Scoreboard Operator Homeroom Officer Band Yearbook Staff Home Economlcs Club Club Offlcer MARY MURGA Commercxal Fmance Commxttee Yearbook FRANCES MUTZ Staff Cheerleaders Club Usher Commerclal Committee Student Loan Assocxauon Re freshment Committee Patrol Hobby Club O G A Year book Staff Book Lovers Club EVELYN NEAL Commerclal Knnttxng Club Chess Club Gxrl Reserves Sports HELEN NELICK JOHN NEGREY Academlc General Sxlhouette Staff Homeroom Game Club Home Econom1cs Commnttee Sports Property Club Madrlgal Club COITIITIIIIEE MICHAEL NELKO Commercxal Chess Club Alrplane Club M1u.ER Mn.Es MINICK MARY NESTIC J MISKULIN v MISKULIN MOORE Commercial C MoRzu.Ln F Moreau.: MURGA Kmttxng Club Gardening Club NUTZ NEAL NEGREY O G A NELICK Neuro Nzsruc 34 1 y s , 1 . 1 , - v , 1 , 1' . , 1 , - 1 1 ' 1 , 1 1 L Q , 1 .1 , 1 - 1 , , , . 1 a v . . ., , 1 , 1 - 1 1 1 . - , 1 1 1 -I, 1 a 1 Ls Q a 1, - , 1 m 9 v 1 v , 1 y 1 . 1 1 , - Q ' v , . . ., 1- v lv 1 v v a 1 v a Q s 1 1 s Y NESTOR NOBILE OWENS PANUYSOS PAPPAS PASTELAK PASTRICK PASTVA PAUL PERNA G PERRIS N PERRIS PETKASH PLO FCHAN PODGURSKI EDWARD NESTOR Football Manager Science Club Boys Chorus Patrol Club Offxcer LEO INOBILE Academxc Football Tmclc B1slcetb1ll Xvrcstlmg V1rs1ty Club MARY ELLEN OWENS M1dfIg1l Club Dr1m1tncs KATHRYN PANUTSOS Commercml Popul1r Songs Club Sxlhout-ttc SMH Hobby Club Ycwrboolc Surf JAMES PAPPAS Acaclemxc Patrol College Rese1rch Club Scxence Forum Assembls Commxttee Home room Offncer O JULIA PASTELAK General Sports L1br'1ry Club Fmance Com mittee Populir Songs Club unlor Leiders Club Forum Club MICHAEL PASTRICK Ac1dem1c Socnl Commxttee Photogmphy Club Student Sernte Homeroom OHICCI' Tr1S1g Club Bowling Club Ye1rbooL Smit Assembly Committee JOHN PASTVA Voc1t1on1l Chess Club Auto Drnlng Club ALBERTA PAUI Commercml Ch trltidtrs Club Popul1r Songs C u LOUIS PERNA Commercnl Game Club Patrol Dr'1m1t1cs Boys Chorus Bowling Club lVl1dr1g'1l Club Chef Club Hit tl'1e Deck D PERFECT BALAN 35 GAIL PERRIS Commercxal Homeroom Offxcer Cheerleaders Club Person-tl Groomxng Club Study H111 Club Usher Committee NICHOLAS PERRIS Commercnl Homeroom Offlctr unlor Cliss Pros :dent Club Officer Hobby Club M1dr1g1l Club Boys Chorus Fmincc Cummnttee MILDRED PETKASH Gem.-r1l Honor Study lllll I xbmry Club Club Commxtttn G lrdtn Club DOI ORES PI OFCHAN COfnfnf'rCl'll Llbriry Club unll Club Honor Roll Commlttee REGINA PODGURSKI Commercnl Popuhr Songs Club Fmance Commit tee Hobby Club Study Hall Club a ' , 7 5 A S , Q 'W 9- 4 an 4 , . 7 ' , A I Y U I 5 " 3 V- 7 L 1 K 1 Y v 7 L ,K n, Q y 'K V I ll . . , . 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WE SAW THE VIRTUES OF MODERATION, Y LAURA PISARSKI Commercial Popular Songs Club Cheerleaders Club Hobby Club ELEANOR POKRZYWNICKI Usher Commxttee Cheerleaders Club Varsxty Cheerleader BILLY POUTOUS Vocational Chef Club Photography Club Popu lar Songs Club Basketball Homeroom Offxcer LAWRENCE POWELL COfnfnerC11I Basketball Homeroom Offncer Box mg and Wrestllng Club ANTHONY PRESTO General Band Photography Club ANNA MAE PRIBULSKY Cofnfnerclql Yale Cheerleader Lxbrary Club u II Club Twnrllng Squad Hxstorlcal So clety Assembly Committee Yearbook Flnance Commnttee Lost and Found COFIIIHIIICP JOE PRIBULSKY Academic Scxencc Forum METRO PROKOPOVICH Vocational Photography Club Games Club Box lng and Wfrestlmg Club Chess Club DOROTHY PROVICH Commercxal Usher Commxttee Hobby Club BERNICE PXZYSUCHOWSKI General Hobby Club Popular Songs Club Basketball Gardenxng Club Vollev a 36 PISARSKI POKRZYWNICKI YOUTOUS POWELL PRESTO A PRIBULSKY J PRIBULSKY PROKOPOVICH PROVICH PXZYSUCHOWSKI RAPSO READER REINARD RODIO ROGINSKI AGNES RAPSO General Cheerleaders Clul Club unlor Leaders HAZEL READER Acadcmxc Yearbook Advt rtxsmg Commnttee RICHARD REINARD Vocational Homeroom OHICCI' Patrol Student Loan Assoclatxon Chess Club Auto moblle Club MARY RODIO General Madrxgal Club Cheerleaders Club Popular Songs Club Bowllng Club unlor Leaders Club Sports CLARA ROGHNSKI Commercial Sports Finance Committee Yearbook Fxnance Commute Usher Commlttee Chess Club Popular Songs Club . 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RYZOVIICZ SALOPEK SAMOILOFF SAPOVCHAK SCHIETROMA GEORGE ROHDE General Boys Home Economtcs Club Axrplane Club HELEN ROMAN Commercial Gardenmg Club Hobby Club Property Commlttec Finance Commxttee Gnrl Reserves Year book Staff RUDY ROSENBERGER Vocational Games Club Stage Squad let termg Club Intramurals Popu lar Songs Club Fmance Com HELEN ROSENSTEEL mlttec Public Address Com Academxc mxttee Band Silhouette Staff Trl Sig Club Intramurals Orchestra Hlstorxcal Society Homeroom Offlcer Assembly Commlttee Yearbook Staff Patrol Dra mmcs WASIL RUPIK General Chess Club Dramatxcs EDWARD RUTKOWSKI Commercxal Sports Cofnfnlttee SOphOII10rL TED RYTEL Class Presxdent Student Forum General unnor Class Secretary Patrol Chef Club Chess Club Club ALFREDA RYZOWICZ Commercial Varsxty Cheerleader Homeroom Offxcer Sxlbouette Szaff Year book Staff Student Loan Asso clatlon Bowling Club Sports JOSEPHINE SABATINE General Scrapbook Club Cwamcs Club JOHN SALOPEK Silhouette Staff Popular Songs Vocatlonal Club Stage Squad Wrestllng Club Chess Club Patrol ALICE SAMOILOFF Commerclal Trx Sig Club Dramatncs Choral Wfork Madrngal Club VIRGINIA SAPIA MARY SAPOVCHAK Commercxal General Popular Songs Club Patrol Usher Commxttee Fxnance Com mittee Leaders Club Cheer leaders Club Sports ROBERT SCHIETROMA Academxc Socual Committee College Re search Club Band Orchestra Tr1S1g Club Snlhouette Staff m rals nossnazncen Imra u RUTKOWSKI MARIAN SCHMIDT SABAUNE General SAPIA Popular Songs Club Cheer sc:-mmf leaders Club D T AUTY RENG 37 , I 1 7 , . 1 v 1 ' ,j 1 A 1 I Y K I 7 ' - y 1 1 V ' Q . , . - , Y - 1 Y K Y - v 1 1 v lu . , K . 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CONSTANCE SHAFFER Commercial TH Homeroom Oflucer Sophomort Cl1ss Secretary Usher Commxt tee ltbmry Assistant Fxnancc Commlttee Popular Songs Club MIKE SHEMELYA Ac1dem1c Aurpl'1ne Club EDWARD G SHORSHER Academic Football Sports Club Home LEONARD SHEVCHIK Cweneril Anrplwne Club Deb1tc Club Game Commlttee room OEICQI' Soctal Commxttee Tr1Sxg Club Yearbook Stiff Sports Commnttee Student For um Commxttee Student Savmgs Commnttee Lost 'md Found COITIITIIIIQC JOE SIEMINSKI Ac'1dem1c Games Club Student Senna- Homeroom Ollfxccr Intmmurwls VVALTER SKUBY Academic Boys Chorus lVl1drlg1l Club GEORGE RICHARD SIVY Ac1dtm1c Homeroom Officer Dr1m'1tlcs Club Hlstorxc-nl Soctety Club houettc Still Yeirbuolc Staff lVl1nstrcl ROBERT SLINGLUFF Vocational Boxing Club Alrplane Club DOROTHY SMITH Academxc Language Club Patrol Sports Refreshment Commtttee BETTY SMITH Commerclal Cheerleaders Club Usher Com mittee Hobby Club Property Committee Curl Reserves Fm ance Commxttee Refreshment Commxttee HELEN J SOKOLOWSKI Commercial Hobby Club Populir Songs Club COULA SOTYROU General Sports unxor Leaders Club Finance Commxttee Cheerle1d ers Club MILDRED SPOLARICH Cofnnlerclal Drum Major Homeroom Offnc er Cheerleaders Club Sports untor Leaders Club Basket ball Y1lePrmceton Orchestm Committee ANDY SOPRIAK Commercnl Homeroom Ogtcer CATHERINE SPOLISH Commerclal unlor Leaders Club Cheer leaders Club Gxrls Intramurals 38 SHAFFER SHEMELVA SHEVCHIK SHORSHER SIEMINSKI SIVY SKUBY SLINGLUFF B SMITH D SMITH SOKOLOWSKI SPOLARICH SOYYROU SOPRIAK SPOLISH . 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NGER STACHOWICZ STANDLEY STASNY STEMPKOWSKI STERNER STOLAR SUDAR SUDIK SUPROCK SURA SUTTON SVEGEL SWARTZ ARINOLD SPRINGER Voc'1tlon1l Chess Club Stage Squ1cl Psttrol Pub llc Address Committee P1trol Chef Club EUGENE SPRINGER Generil Hobby Club Bovs Home Economxcs Purol Typlng Club Intmmurils HENRY STACHOWICZ Vocatlonil Populir Songs Club Intmmurils Chess Club CLEAVER STANDLEY Acaclemnc Orche-str'1 Minstrel Scrence Forum College Rest-1rch Club Offtcer Socnl Conlfnlttle JOE R STASNIY Academic Patrol Lteutenant -Xeronstutxcil Club Bulletm Boircl Commtttee Yeurboolc Stall: Intramurals STANLEY STEMPKOWSKI Geneml Pitrol Science Forum R'1dlo Club Chef Club JUNE A STERNER General Hobby Club Cheerlfnders Club Gir denmg Club Homeroom Offxcer ANN STOLAR Commercnl Sports Commlttee Checrle1ders Club Silhouette Smff Fmince Commtttce Gtrl Reserves Usher Commxttee EMIL SUD XR General SLILIILE Forum MICHAEL SUDIK ,IR Xocdtlonil Pittol Science Forum Bowlxng Club N STUM -39L JOHN SUPROCK Vocat1on1l Smge Squid JOHN SURA Vocational Games Club Chess Club ELAINE SUTTON Acaclemlc Future Teichers Club JOSEPHINE SVEGEL Commercial Usher Committee Homeroom Offtcer Chess Club Socnl Commnttee MICHAEL SWARTZ Vocational Student Senate Publxctty Commuter. WITH STRAIGHTENING STEPS HENRY SZAFARYN Commercnal Patrol Golf Student Senate Club Officer CHARLOTTE TAYLOR Yale Cheerleader Usher Commlttee Advertising Committee Popular Songs Club Bowlmg Club BERTHA TEDROW Academlc Sports Leaders Club Silhouette Staff Student Loan Assoclatlon AGNES TEKSTAR Commercial Popular Songs Club Sports HELEN TOMLEY Academic Refreshment Commxttee Sports Col lege Research Club SZAFARYN TAYLOR TEDROW YEKSTAR TOMLEY TRANTER TRAUTMAN TROSHEL TYMA ULINSKI DOROTHY TRANTER Commercial Cheerleaders Club Fmance Commxt tee Popular Songs Club Book Lovers Club Junxor Leaders Club General Hobby Club Choral Work Silhouette Representative Popular Songs Club ANN TROSHEL Refreshment Committee Choral Work Madrxgal Club JOHN TYMA Vocational Boxmg and Wrestling Club Drnmg Club RAYMOND ULINSKI Academlc Football Basketball Track Narsxty Club Boys Sports Comnanttee 40 A VALLECORSA M VALLECORSA VUCETICH WAGNER WALLACE AMERICO VALLECORSA Vocatxonal Patrol Games Club MARY VALLECORSA Commercial Hobby Club O G A Gardtnlng Club NICK VUCETICH Academic Football Hobby Club Boxmg and XX restllng Club Basketball Manager Football Flag Crew RALPH WAGNER Acaclemlc Student Senate Patrol Club Commxt tee Intramurals Sllhouette Staff H15 torltal Society JEAN VVALLACE -Xcademxc Patrol Hobby Club Otflcer Tr1S1g Club Information Desk Club Com nllflel, wk.. ' , K ' 4 Qt' . S 3 ,. ' 4 nv la A Q X. ? il ay 'Q 1' Commercial DOROTHY TRAUTMAN ' ' ' A -' L ' V -I . . 4 7 1 A ' 1 , 1 , I A ' K' . I . 1. V . , . I . WALLIS WARN R WENGLARE WESSLEV WOLFE WOOD WRIGHT WRONA YEREGA VORGINS ANNABELL HILDA WALLIS Commercial Hobby Club Finance Commit tee Cheerleaders Club FRANCIS E WARNER Academxc Football Silhouette Staff As sembly Commxttee Yearbook Staff Tr1S1g Club Club Officer RUTH WARSACK Academic IRENE WENGLARE Future Teachers Club Knlttlng Commercial Sports Cheerleaders Club Twxrlxng Squad unlor Leaders Club Club Yeubook St-lf? GERALDINE WESSLEY Commercial Tr1S1g Club Student Senate Homeroom Officer Sports Sul houette Staff WALTER WILLIAMS VIRGINIA WOLFE Commercxal Academxc Homeroom Officer Student Senate Usher Commut tee Madrlgal Club Assembly Commlttee Tr1S1g Club Dra matics Homeroom Officer BETTY JEAN WOOD Academnc Refreshment Committee Bowl mg Club Language Club Col lege Club Popular Songs Club Dramatxcs MARJORIE WOODS Academnc Debate Club Patrol Sllhouette mnttce Yearbook Staff Hxstor :cal Society Assembly Commlt Academxc tee Usher Commlttee unlor Forum College Research Club CARL WRIGHT MILDRED WRONA General Hobby Club Popular Songs Club ELIZABETH YACOVONI Commercial Gardening Club Gxrl Reserves Popular Songs Club HELEN YEREGA Commercial Intmmumls Usher Commlttee unnor Le1clers Club Property Commlttee Club Officer Year bool: Staff MIKE YORGINS Vocatxonal Lettermg Club Games Club Art Club ALLEN YEAKEL wARsAcx Academxc WILLIAMS Silhouette Debate Orchestra wooos Band Tennxs Student Forum wxcovom Hnstoncal Socnety Yearbook YEAKEL Co Editor Student Loan W APPROACH OUR GOAL 41 , . , , 3 3 - , 3 - 7 . 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U 3 I 1 7 , , , , ' y E 1 CONFIDENT YEA VERONICA IA-IAC Commvrcml F1n1ncc Commlttce Yulrboolk Smff Usher Commxttee Sports Popular Songs Club 'VIICHAEL ZAK Vocitxonsl Popul1r Songs Club Boxing 1nd Wfrestlmg Club Scenery Department Checker Club ANNE ZAWOISKI Commercial Fxnince Committee Yeirboolc SMH Personil Groommg Club LILA ZEHNDER Commercnl Usher Committee Tr1vel Club Finance Committee Llbmry As sxstant Popular Songs Club VIRGINIA ZIBERNA General Varsity Cheerleider Cheerleicl mg Club FELIX ZIOLKOWSKI Vocuzonal P1trol JOHN ZIVIC General Football Boxing 'ind xXII'CSIlll1Q, Club Dramatxcs RICHARD ZUGLIANI Commercml Games Club Band Che Automobile Club ZAJAC zAK ZAWOISKI f Club ZEHNDER IIBERNA zlol.KowsKl ZIVIL ZUGLIANI 42 0 F F U T U R E I V . H Q, junior Leaders' Club " . . A Q f i' ir 1' Q 'l .L , Q c c 1 on 'ww pil 'vc 0 :ml u pun ST XINI I X II XNKOXX SRI H F 4 MIIxI ISOIS XIX X Iillr IRIXNCIS ISOIOCINX of 14 XX II I IAKI ISONCH HC I' nuns., S.. 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CI uf CIILAIN ERE EAR JOE GIANINTARIA Voeatlonal Qzagc Squad Yearbook DEMOSTHENES HANDGIS Academic Band Debate Archery Club Qpnrrs Commmec Homeroom OT-T-ILLI- ISABELL HARTSWICK General Cheerleaders Club Publncxry AI BERT HEITLENRATER Committee Popular Songs Clul Acaclcmlc Chess f lub SCICFICC Forum Chat Club MARY HERANIC Commerclal Gardcnlng Club Cheerleaders Club ADAM HORNIAK Vocational Al BERT IORFIDO Chess Club General Cluss Club Patrol ETHFL MAY KRETYLER Commerclal 'Songs Club THEODORE KUBICKI Vocauonal IRENE LOJEK Football Chess Club General langeuagc Club Sllhouctu. PETER MARTIN Vocatlonal Photography Club CHART ES MATIEVICH General DOROTHY MCCALLEY Football Chess Club Academxc Gul Reserxes Madrlgal Club Cheerleaders Club Usher Com rrlttee Refreshment Commlttee Patrol PHYLLIS MICHETTI Commercmal Property Commxttee Finance Commmce Games Club Cheer leaders Club Popular Songs Club KATHRYN MOSKETTI Commercxal Cheerleaders Club Popular WALTER NARKEVIC Songs Club Academlc Basketball Sports Boys Home Economrcs Club ANDY NESTOR Vocatxonal Chess Club Games Club ROY PEAFF Vocatxonal 44 Al K . - ' . , 1 K v W Q V - A , . 4 f . - , . w .1 I U K . , l - , . Qt Cheerleaders' Club, Popular I K - . .L Y 4 - I 1 I 1 . . I 1 t , ' ' , 4 A 1 , 4. I E 1 ' I I - 1 'K . g . 1 I , K u ' K V , K . . . 1 1 . , ' FRANK PIETA Vocwtxonil METRO PROKOPOVICH Vocattonal Photography Club G1mes Club Boxmg and Xvrestlmg Club Chess Club RUDOI PH RUDEK Voc1t1on1l Games Club Chtt Club Smge Squid Pubne Xcltlrtss Cummxt MICHAEI RUSKO eq Cxtneml Drimitlcs C1mer1 Club Auto mobile Club ,IOSEPHINE ROBERTA RUSNAK Commercnal Twlrltng Squad Sports Home room Commxttee Lxbmry E-nfl ulll Club Refreshment Com mxttee JOHN RUTTNER PAUL RUSNAK General Commercnl Pitrol B1nd Orchestm EMII SIPPEI Genet' ml HENRY STEFANNACI Ftmotlmll Commercnl ALCE STEPANIC Commercml BILI STORER VALERIA SWINARSKI Gtnerll Comme-rcnl Cheerleiders Club Usher Com HELEN TAGG-KRT General Cheerleidcrs Club Trl Sig, Snlhouette STEPHANIE TELEGA Commtrcnl WIILIAM TERRY Sports Llbrwry SMH Refresh Gent-ml ment Commxtttt Ch ss Club Buvs lnlonu I-COHUYIHICS Club Pu :tru Cmnmxtttt JOHN VILLELLA Generil B axmq 'md XX rtstlxnt, C lub HELEN LINHNOWOCKA Commtr ml Trutl Club lumor Leicl rs Club Curl Restrxes Fmance Commlttee Book Loxers Club ALL OPPRE , t 1 QA ' . 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Y . e ' L01 L07 USS When the Class of 42 entered Ambrldge Senlor High they were lmmedxately dubbed Sophomorons The first nmpresslon of hxgh school soclal llfe was glven them at the Sophomore Reception The Sophs selected Rlchard Hood Dom mic Montagna and Anthony Krol as thelr presldent vlce presrdent and secretary respectlvely Under the guldance of Miss Forcey plans for the ensumg school term were formulated In February 1940 a Sophomore Forum was organized with Raymond Boyle actmg as general chaxrman and ulla Seneta as secretary On February 2 the Sophs held their first soclal functlon of the year the Sophomore Shadow Shuffle The greenles demonstrated their abllltles by placmg themselves ln all of the lmportant actxvltles ln the school They lnaugurated somethmg new for the Ambrldge Hugh School that of electlng their unlor Class offlcers at the Rlchard Hood DOm1nlC Montagna and Joseph Pugllano The Class of 42 held 1ts first dance of the Junlor year on September 24 1940 The Junlor Forum was reorgamzecl wxth Rlchard Hood actmg as president eanne Shlppam as vlce pres1dent and Howard Mermelsteln as secretary A stellar cast supported the unlor Class play Our Girls Rlchard Hood Gretchen Warner Joanne Mellott Florence Trxmble Raymond Boyle eanne Shlppam Gust Babalxs Elsle Blanarrlc Ken Hulet Davld Barr and Wnllnam Cummrngs Sarah Barkley Twnla WIllShl8f Rnchard Barnhart Rlchard Hood Raymond Boyle and Howard Mermelsteln were chosen to assist on the year book committee The junrors wound up thelr second year ln Senior High wlth the antlclpatlon of becomlng a great senior class CLASS OFFICERS IOE PUGLIANO, Sec Treas RICHARD HOOD, Pres DOMINIC MONTAGNA, Vuce Pres , . . . . . ,, ,, . , . . . . ' ff 77 ' - ' 7 ' . 7 D . 7 ' I 7 7 ' 7 7 . . . N G 7 av ct ' as ' ' ' - - climax of their sophomore year. The officers for the coming school year were: . , . . , . G , . . , . 4 J . , . Q . Q - ec ' aa, ' .I 7 ' 9 3 7 7 ,J 7 ' 7 I I 7 7 7 I . ' 7 I . D 7 ' 7 . 7 , . . n Iumors lst Row 11111111 lk 11 11 1 11 1 1 1 1111 1 1111 1x11111l1 1 R11111 N111111111 N X111111 2nd Row 1 1 11 11 11 11 X 111111 11 1111111111 'Grd Row 11 11 111111 1 1111 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1x111111 1 1 11 1 X 11111 N11n111 4th Row N 1n11111 11 11 XX 1111 H1 1111111111111 1111 11r 11-1 X 111111111 11111111 1x11111 111 111 X411 1'x1X ll Ill 1 1 H 1 ow 111 11 1 r 1 111 11 11 1 1 111 1'11g1111 1 111 111 11 1 1 1 111 1 11 Row 1 11 1 1m1 11 111 11 RLgI1ll 11111 S1111 1 1111 11111 11111 11 11 111 X Y X 111111 1' 111 1511111 1. Row Xg111 1111111 111 11111111 111111111 11 X1111111 S1r11 11 1 1 11' 111 111 1 11111 1 1 111 1 XX 111 Il lx 1111 Row 1 11 Ill K I1 HU 1 l l I ll 11 I PLANNING ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR THE FUTURE I . .X11-.': -' 111112-N1-. 1l'lC1' K1- N'11. .Xmf R'Cc1. 11-1-11 VC11. l1'1-111- 1l1':111'k. 1"11'-11'1- Y ":k. ID111'111111' 111'1'111- 'i1'11. ' . ,11111:1 .'1-11:11:1, Xlury . ' 1-1-1 11:1 R1111 1N1111. X11 1111:1 K1'1111111, X1:11'y 1111111-ri. -11-111111- UIN 11. Rim 1':111:1111-:1N. 1-'1': 11-1-N X': : ' . 111-111 U1.111. 111-111-1 -11 X' "1- 11111111111 411111111-1. f11'1'11'111-11 XX4:11'111'1' . 1'11'111-N1 H11':1i111. 1'- 1-1' C: 1 :1111 1111, 51: 1-1 R11N1-1111: 'll1'. 51- 1 '1':11111.N11. R11-11:11-11 1l11111N, XXH1- 11:111 ,l111'1'111. S:1n111-1 1'1-1"c11. '- I' 11111-1, XX':1.111- 111- 11 -111-111. .11 '11 - f: - 1i:11:. U -ll ' '1. .III -N 1":'11-y. 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X'111:1 111-1111111-11N OKING TOWARD SENIOR EMINEN Iumors 48 OW 1l 1 1 11 1 11 n W 1 1 1 1 1 11111I, 11 X 11I11111 I Row IXIIII 1 111 I111111 Ix1111111 ROW I 11111 11 Ill 1 S1111 11 1 111 N111 11 1 1 1 1 Row II 11 1 l KI KI 11 N 1111 N1111 11 Row Ill 1 1I1LX 1 I IMI II III 111 11I1 Row I 11 11111 1 1 1 1 1 1I11 1 1 1 L1 Row I 1 11111 IIIILIWILI I 1 11 1 1 11111 1 I K I I 1 1 11111111 Row X 1I1111 1 1111 11 11 1 1I1 II1111111111 1 111 111 111 I 111 1 11 X 111111 1 1 K 1 1111 II11 R w I 11111I1 I71111 IV RX III II I L IIHII Ilf111 llth Row 1 1 11 1 1 1 I 111 11 1 I I 1 12th Row 1 Il 1 1 I1111 11 11 C E . n ls! R H111 '111' II1111'1-1'. I111111111- XI II1111. II1-111111111 S11k11I1111Nk1. ,I1I11 IX111111111'I1. ,X111I111111 II:11'1111:11N. If:11'I I"--x. ,I111- I'11gI':11111. I'l11g1-111- WI111111-. I41I1111 I':1I1111-1'. IY1II1:1m .X11 II 2 d RO I411I11I11I IIIINIJ1. .I11I1 5I1111:1NI1I. I':111I K1-N11-1'. I711111k II1-111- -1111. II1'111'1 KI I'11I11:11'1I K11. 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NI:11'1 H111- 7th "1':11'1-N ll11':1I1:1Ii1'. .X 1 XI1-1I':111111Nki. l'1-1'1-II:1 Z1I1i1'. II'I1'11 fit' XI:1'i1' XI:11'NiII11. II'1'II1' II111I- 11iNki. 121-1111111 121I11I:1. .X111I111111 I'1'i1-NI. XYII:11111 II111111. Y111--111 I'I-:11111 Nth .1-111 ll:111N. 'I'I1 1 :N T1-1I- 1'N1'11. f:11'11Iy11 K '- R1N1' IVAN- I11. II 'I1'11 II mI1'111NI1i. II1':I"" IIr,'- :1111, IY:111I:1 K1'-1'.I1-r, I"1':111k II1N11k. .X111 NI1Nk11II11. Kz11I11','11 I': 'I 11k 9th .11 " ' Ifilk NIKI. ,Ii 'Ii Il:111I -11N11'cIi. XIIIQ1' II1'1 '11. ' '- Xl11111:g11, .XIf"I ID' 111. -I11I ' 'I - :1r. .I11I1 .I' '. XIIQ- .I1NIA. If1':111k I.11k111icI1. II1-1A11:11'1I 'IC11 I0th 0 I:11'1'1 K :'- '. -1 I.z11': I 1'1'. .XI -. K:I'N1uI1. I'11I11:11'1I l'I1:1I111NI1I, M1111 'I'11'11. II1'11p I 'I1'1'. ,I11I1:1 K111'1I:1. II1-I1'11 I'111N. SI'1I! Il XY11II111'Ii. l':1II11'511 1 kk .X111:1I11-II1' .X111NI-1', 'I'I -1'- 1'N:1 5:I:11'11'I1. 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XYiIIi:1111 II111111:1N 1 Tumors S W 11111 1 1 1111111 11 X 1rp,11'11 011111 1 I 111 1 1 11 1111 111r 1 1 1111 n Row XI 111 11,r1 111 tl I I 1 1 1111 X 1 11 1111 r Row 1 X 1x 11 L I 111 Nl 1 L 1 1 ow X 11 1 1 11 1111 r11 111111 1111 T1 11111.11 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 Row X1 11 1 1 1 11111 1111 111 1 N111,11m 11111 11111 1111 1 111 111 11 11111 lx 111 Gt Row N 11 1 1 1 1 11 111 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 111111 111111111 1 11111 Row 1x 1111111 1 r 1111 C X 111111 111 111 t 1 1 111111 1 1 1 1 'lt Row 111111 1111 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 11111 11 111.1111 1 11X Row 17 11 11.11 1 1111111 1 11 N111111 LX 11 1111 111 111 11 11111 1 111 X 11 1 Row X1l1111 111111111 111 X 11.1111 11 1 11111 1 X11111 11111 1 L 111.. 1111 Row 1 1 l P l K 11 1 111 111 1111 1 11111 1 1 1 1 Row R111 1 111111 111 11111r L 11 111111 1x J1r11111 1 N1111111 1 1 111 1 1 R111 WHAT CAMPUS CAN BOAST A BETTER TOMORROW? I 1 ! Ro '11 1Ii1- 1:11 '11I11'1'. ,111- XX':' -. 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R 1 XIL11'-111111. 111111 N1--1 1. ,1111-1111 .11 "' 1 , 11111: '1 H1 l. 1-1111111111 X1 -111 . 11111-'1 l'1 111. Xl: 1 -1 '1-1 11-, 111-11-11 151111111 h .11 1 111'111111. S1-' 1.1 '1-11-. T11 A XX'1'11111-1111. 1'111':1 111 1111 111. ,111- IJ:1-:1k. 115111 .X111 UQ' :11. 11111111 Sc: ' -. l11-1'11'11111- X1:11'1-:111111-11. 111-1- 11' 5111111-1'. 13111111111 11: :1111-1' 7th ': ','1 511131111-11. X111- C1-1' ' '111'1ix. 111-111' 11111111-11. .1:." ' St- :'. 111-111 1.1'1'1. R111 12111111. 1-211 11 111-g1i:11'11i. XI'k- K11- :11. ,luck 1':111-111-. X11111 X1-1111' . h h 1 111' 11-14. 1"1':111k H-- 11-ck. ':11'1 X1:111i. 111111- 11111111 11-111 1:1-11-11. X'11'g' '11 11:11'1'11, 111111 151111- xvr. ll ' 11.' 111' ' -ki. ,1111111 X1-i' 111-11-11 X11-117111111111-111 9th 111-11 11' X I '111' Tc-111. 1'l1111:11A11 S1111!1'1. 1f1111: -11 .' ' - 1-A'. X11111 X11 '11. .X11111 K1 'z-11. 5:1 11111'111111:1. SI: 111-1 X'1:1 -11-11. .111-1-1111 l'111:1. XX':1 -1' .171-1-1 10th . 1 111111111'11'11. 11.11111 R11 - : . 51:11-1 X': f X':111-1'1z1 IJ1X1:11'1111 .X11 R:-111-11. 1"1':1111'1'- N11 X'-1':1 XX'1---. . - Al: '111, N1:1":11'1-1 X11111-111-. X11111 1'1- -11' ' llth "111111-1 111111-1'. 111111 1':111- 111N111, 11111 11:111111g:111. 511111-'1T1'1'gJ1. 51:1 Kay 111 111. -1111111 - -11111, H1 - 1'11'.111k11. 111-111'1 111-1-kv. 1'111- 11:11'1l S111-. X'1111'1'11t 51111111 12th ...1111 K1 '. ,1111 R11 -. X1 1-11-1' C11-1-, .X1'1 4 I 1:111- -11. .Xl-.' 1 f '1 -. 1'-tu fa 1 Y. 11111 11--1-1'-. 1-:111111 Hurt- 'cl1c. 1-:1- 11-11 H111111--, 1-Q1-1111' 1- 111-1' .. . 1-9 1' Earl Nlalliclc, President Louis Carpenter, Sec-.Trc:1s. Joe Taylor, Vice President The Sophomore class gingerly entered our realm of higher learning in Sep tember and after an extensive period of orientation settled down as senior high students The upper classmen welcomed them with open arms at the Sophomore Reception The Sophs returned the greeting at the Sophomore Downbeat in December Also included on the Sophomore Social Calendar was a Valentine Dance The Sophomores contributed three lettermen Richard Kulbaclci Chester Laniewslcl, and Harry UllhSlCl to our football squad Members of the Sophomore class also participated in basketball and wrestling and started the first Ambridge High Barbell Club The chorus received its share of Sophomores as did the band and orchestra Harry Gahagan, Charles Grosdeck, William Hnath, William essen, Frank Kloiber, Paul Llener, and Earl Mallick axded the varsity debate team The Sophomores completed their first year ln our midst as a promising unior class Sophomores Row R 1l1111 Ihun I 11 le Il ICI ul 11 L 1 I1 1 111111111 1 I 111 lx11111 t1111l R11 11 1015.1 S111 1111 111 111 11111 1 .L R w R111 Ill N 'Ill' X111 11 ' 1111 11111111 1 111 L1 L11 ' 111 Q 1 1 1 Row V11 Nl 11111111 f1 IUYWJL l 1 U1 lf 111111 11111 pw N Ll11 1 ll c 1mm1111 1 Row X 111 N111-11111 l Ce-1411 rxiiitlt Xl g htm 411 1 11 111 I 1 Xl1g,11 L11 1 1 11 w I 1 111111 1 X 11111 1 1 11 XI1111 Row l I lhln 1111 rrl 11 111 1 , 1 IY Pl I 11111117 L1 1 U1 X 1 U O Row X111.1111 111 L1 M1111 K fl 111 Xl 11' 11. 11 1 'Q tk U X 1 R w XX Illlll 111 ir 1 1 1 1 11 6' ' 'r' '4 11.111 1 XI111t l ' ', - , ISY ' 1 1' . 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R l H11-, N I X Nm Y CD11 1111 1111 1 1111 1 - W- 1. , Q, if i , f t 'f' Nth 0 ' 1 Z.-1 .11 , lil 1 L - V a ' V11 , - ' ll 11'11. .X111 K111111-k, A11 1,1113-t 7' - - 9 S11 1 f b fi 5' U Il:1x'11l l":11'11l1:111. Mike Kwik. Ilt-111'y Q , , 'I 1. V f ski. UNK ll::1111 -lm-ss1'11. , '- . " . IW f f ' 11 '1:1'. , :J Hum-11 W I L , up IA L A A - I v 1111 1x Row 1111 111 l I I I II K 111 11 I1 1 f LX R w II 11 11 1 11111 1 1 L Ixl r ow 11 X I11 11 111 1 1 K 1 11 N 111 I h Row .I 1 111 1 X 1111 1 11 1 11 1 11111 111111111 1 11 11 11 1 Rnw I 1 11 I 1 1 1 11 I1111 11 II Row Ix II111 11 11 1 R1 1111.1 I4 11 1 1, Row N 11 II 1 11 11 111 1 1 11 Ix1 11 P6 Row X I1 X I1 N111 1 ll 1 1 Row XX 111 Il 1 I 111 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 XI1I111 ROW Xl 11 N 11111 1 1 1 11 X 1 1 11 1 11 1, X Row! 1 11 11 N111 1, 1 Row I 11 X I II II IL I Sophomores NA .hw A I UBB G6 ar i. 5 ' A ALWAYS IN QUEST FOR FURTHER KNOWLEDGE 51 Ist '21 I":11'1I11..I11I111 I711 'I:1k. ' - I , -1 , f I'I1w11-r ,I1111-N. XXUII 111 IIIIII-II. 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A TASTE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT STUDENT SENATE The prlnclpals of democracy are brought to A H S by the student governlng body of the school the Student Senate The Senate IS com posed of the presxdents of each home room and class several honorary members representmg the Stage Squad Patrol Newspaper, and the sponsor Mr Bmmg The Senate this year IS one of the best formed under the roof of A H S It IS not only pro gresslve but also thinks of the welfare of the school and students The offlcers of the Student Senate for the year Banks v1ce presldent and Irene Hyshak secre tary The Senate th1s year maugurated the offlce of Recorder The dutles of thxs offxce mclude keepmg a record of attendance the attxtude and progressxveness of the Senators In the middle of the year thls mformatlon was given to the home rooms and the Senators were subject to re call The Senate selected Bernard Hrlco to flll the offlce of Recorder Varlous commlttees such as Socxal Hour As sembly Fmance and Usher Refreshment Bulle tin Board Club Publlclty HOIIIC Room Student Loan Assoclatlon and Health are dlrectly respon slble to the Senate The cha1rmen of these com m1ttees are appomted wlth the advxce of the Sponsors All members of the commlttees are nommated and voted upon by the Senators The year IS chmaxed by an Actlvlty Party spon sored and planned by the Student Senate In the annual Senate Faculty Day basketball game the faculty demonstrated tts athletnc abxhty by a 30 26 vrctory One of the largest projects yet to be undertaken by the Student Senate IS the formatlon of a Stu dent Court to complete the three branch govern ment lh our school executxve leglslatlve and judlclal Th1s plan was proposed by Senator Hrxco The Court constxtutxon was drafted by a committee of members of the Senate and was ratl hed hrst by the Student Senate and flnally by the student body Thus we are fortunate to enjoy the advantages of self government ln our school as well as ln our country . . ' 1 u I H 1 s . . . 7 ' y ' ' ' . S . . . , 1 ' w l - 1 u . I T D , - , 1941 were: Kurt Deuschle, presidentg Dorothy . . 9 I . 7 ' . . . . : ' , ' ' , 7 7 I . . . . Z . , - - . . 1 I a 7 ' ' - 54 , Natlonal Honor Socnety Fxrst row M1nn Armlngton Rosenstccl CICCOHQ H CICCONE B111 Lxbson Z'1W'lSlCl Gryzbowskx Beley Zaytc Mlller Second row Kuakos Hyshik Hllger Hogrefe Wolfe lVl1rt1 Kuchtyn Masal Ryzowtcz Budnmer Kulb1clcx Nobnlc Hlevnlc lVl1ss Ktrschner Irons Thnrd row Nelxck Kow1leslc'1 Yeakel Droz Sutton Woods Caputo Erdely1n Kcrchner Perrls Deuschle K1kx1s Gossard A 'lrowey Fourth row Bcmks Marr Gross Alushtn Rosenberger Kentsler Hertneky Wagner Ch1p'1la KUHICWICZ Sxvy V Cxccone Spol1r1ch O 'trowey Prlbulslcy The tlme comes In the hfe of every Senlor when he tmgles wrrh anncxpatzon of membershlp 1n the National Honor Socxety Lads and lassles have been looklng toward that great torch of the society and th1s IS the only tlme 1n thelr school hfe when the outstandlng students are glven rec ognmon The candxdates are judged by the prm cnples of the soc1ety scholarshlp leadershnp char acter and serv1ce The sponsor who IS Miss Edith Kerschner this year IS Instrumental m seemg that the members are properly chosen A lxst of students tn the upper third of the class IS compnled and sent to the faculty They vote upon the students as ln dxspensnble recommended not known or dxsap proved Thus year a commxttee composed of the Senior home room teachers tabulated the votes and with the help of the sponsor and Dr Smlth hnally chose the society The membershlp in the Natlonal Honor Society of 1941 totals flfty five At the Hrst meeting the offxcers of the soctety were elected They were prestdent Allen Yealcel v1ce presldent V Clccona secretary I Kulbac treasurer I Hyshak To all underclassmen membersh1p ln the Na tional Honor SOCICIY should present a great chal lenge When the Class of 41 entered the s nlor hxgh tt was continually reminded to strlve toward this goal Now fifty Flve members have accompltsh ed thls feat brlnglng honor to themselves and Ambrtdge High School They were worltlng to ward an end always grasplng ahead for hngher learning and leadership They leave now still earnestly endeavormg to serve to lead and to buxld character Honored Through Better Understanding of the Amencan W y I I , , tr , . 3 Us v 1 1 v 1 v 1 u 7 1 y ' H 7 L I 7 5 1 T 1 ' 5 , 1 K, 1 v y v v 1 v 11 , 5 I Y 1 1 a v v 1 Q r 1 G v ' ' 7 a , . , , . kt, . . , ' l . , . . 1 L ' ' 2 9 ' . - 1 ' , . . 5 v . . . . . . . , . , 7 . . . . . , . . . , ' ' 9 1 v ' I 1 9 ' 1 - 6 . FREE EXPRESS OURSELV Fxrst row Barr P1pp1s Wllgner B1rnh1rt Zlody McClure Vlermel stern Angel Droz Sxvy Cummrngs Wagner Gross McHenry Second row Petroskovxch Ferrxs Wxllshler Mellott M1rt1 Mann Brown Hogrefe Mxss McNtts Mxss Kozalc Llbson Shaffer Irons Binks arovwey Nelrclc Hallis Goerm1n Thxrd row Hurn Kemp Green Miles Schxetroma Boyle Hrxco Hulet Kerchner Kloxber Dt-uschlc Hn1th C1pl1n Grosdeclc Cormaclt Fourth row Ceschm Sh1pp1m Swron tek Seneta Cherxch Woods Capu to Hulet Urda Nrcklewxcz Trrm ble V NlClil9WlCZ Amsler Hyren wxch Masal Kellmer First row Rosensteel Kazalcos Masal Blough Kowaleslci A stroway Troutman Tedrow Martin VC xl llams Second row Barkley Denny Arm CHIIZOWQ Stolar Levy Rubcl lNl1 jeuc Thxrd row Miss Trembley P'1nutsos D Erdelyn Marmaclc Amsler Kryss Mosura Hrynevlch Szafi ryn Hendrickson Fourth row Athens K Hulu Scher merhorn Kroll Goerman Lysnclc Levy l.1rson Schlesslnger Une of the most outstanding actxxntles ln the Ambrldge Senior High School IS our newspaper the Sllhouette In addition to bexrg the largest printed senior hlgh school student publncatlon nn Beaver County the Silhouette IS entirely self sup porting The ald of advertisements from local merchants has enabled thls accompllshment A the cost of flve cents per copy thls five column four page newspaper 15 furmshed to the elght hundred student subscribers ln each of the elex en nssucs which are publlshed every year IS 'At least one photograph of student actlvmes Approxlmately one hundred and seventy five students are actlvely at vsorlc ln the many depart ments of the Silhouette The teachers who so ably assist the students as sponsors of the Sllhouette are Miss McNees pub llcatlons Miss Trembley home room representa tlves and Miss Kozalc typing ': . . . . '. 1 ' . 1 1 s v 1 5' ' 7 7 ,Y 7 7 ' ' V , I , 1 . R Q hx E Q Y V . . . . - , . . . ,lf ' . - 1 K Q . . ' 2 , , - , . . . , , - , 5 1 , 1 Q , . 1 'A z ., . , - , K, , . .H - v 1 l 1 7 - I V V . , . . , , . . , . ' 1 , . , . . . , ., . -I. '. . . V,. K , , r . - 1 , 1 . - ington, Prus, P. Hulet. Morsllla. - 1 . 1 w ll ' z , . ., . , . . , . 7 ! 5 K - : , . '. - . , . . , . , . . . ' ',' ' V ' . s -- .-5 . , L . A S ' - Y . . 1 f ' ' . . B K . I ' ' ' . - A : A . - Y H - ' V' Q a ' -M 35 -- WE PUBLISH THE SCHOOL ANNU The Staff The year book staff and sponsor cooperate with the class ad- viser, art department, teachers, and student body to produce the Bridger, Approximately seventy-five students actually come in contact with the composition of the annual. Consequently the Bridger embodies the spirit of Ambridge High the spirit of co operation First rom Hx halt Pribulslu kan Irons lihson Yea' tl W 1rncr Psmu sas Miss Tremb ey De-uschlt Cnc one Hobrete Rs7om1cz Kullmclti L1bud1 H1ll1s Corliss Scand rpm O 'irovxex B1nlxs Koisalcslvi -X Vlromex Nlaroxich 'Nlulz Nloorc Hlexrilc Third rom Rosrnstcel Hacker Roman ones Rcvider XX sirsnclx Dohrin Xvoods Capuro Goerman C011 71m1slxi Willshier Barkley Fciclr 'Nhnn Hllger Fourth row 2111 Bowan Yerga Ball Hale Erde-lx1n Dolinski Nlurg1 R1pso Bonzo BI-izier Boggs Roqinskx 'N aietic Morelli Fifth rom Hood Nliles Gross Pastrick hflermelstein B1rnh1rt Shorsher Nlarnn Suv Iwler Nlarr Boxle Headland Droz Stasnv 57 l- .. .. .. , -1 ' , 7 ., ' ' . . In . . I, r -. . . . ,s', , . . .. . i' . ' I C . ' . ' . . '. . .. . .. . w ,': . '. ' '.....r ' .. . '.. 4 . x. -K vm '. Y . '- Y.. x . . ': .-.c. '. . .. . 1 . it . .. 1. - . . , , . r . . 5 ..Arw , . ': . . . . - . . r - . . 1 . ' ,A . ' Q s a ,'- Z, Ambrndge Hlgh School abandoned precedent by presentxng a dramatlc pro ductlon dlrected by an outslde organlzatlon The Amerlcan Producing Company of Erle Two hundred students took part 1n the two performances of the musxcal comedy Hit the Deck The prlnclpals ln the cast were George Slvy Helen Rosen steele Vlrglnla Wolfe Alvln Bufallhl Carl Kerchner Louise McCracken Shlrley Felck Chester Prlnce Walter Skuby Louls Carpenter Katherme Panutsos Howard Mermelsteln Ann Mxchelosen Stephama Kolesln Ruth Graham and Gale Eaholtz These students and the good sh1p Explorer carrled the crew and passengers on an 8XCltll'lg voyage Capacity crowds applauded the choxce humor and catchy songs 58 THE WILL TO LEARN PLUS TRAINING IS OUR FORMULA Lf To be or not to be . . . thus the dra- matic students learn the art of proper enunciation. Shakespearean readings, however, are not the only methods that Miss Lee, our experienced dramatic in- structress, uses to develop the talents of her students. Story-telling, poetry read- ing, and dialogue constitute a few of the means that are employed in regular class periods. The unior Class presented Our Girls a three-act farce comedy. Faith- ful practice and outstanding perform- ances by those who participated enabled the play to be typed as the most enter- taining and financial successful produc- tion this year. The townspeople and stu- dent body alike displayed their hearty ap- proval of "Our Girlsl' by their resound- ing applause and side-splitting laughter. ..59... FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN DRAMATICS i ,fit A I The drafting class, under Mr. Coolis supervision, receives practical training necessary for a sound foundation in the knowledge of industrial methods. Of great service to the school, especially the Seniors, is the College Research Club. This group secures bulletins and compiles information regarding various universities and colleges of the United States. The Reserve Football Club spends the club period discussing plays and rules. The Reserves played Sewiclcley twice, winning both games 13-0 and 19-0. In the Rochester tilts they won one game 12-6, but lost the other 6-12. The Monaca score was tied 6-6. Only one of the eighteen games played since Mr. Snyder took over in 1937 was lost. watchful eyes guard the health of each student. Annual inspection hy our health department affords proper care for our well-being. ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUBS Extra CUIIICUIBI Act1v1t1es First row Bysura Burlett KWlfOWSlCl Goss S1m1ngy FClCk Helm N1Wf0ClCl ohnson Second row Kennedy Thom-ts Dnxon Rodxsh Kolesm Wmgner Smnth Neal Hendrxclcson Davxes Creech Third row Schmldt Dem1y Kellmer M Bysura Horak Flj9WSkl Bmlawtclct Bm1 Bruno Wess B Johnston The Gxrl Reserves strnve to face llfe squarely and to find and glve the lnest they have to suffermg humanltv The money they collect m varlous ways IS sent to headquarters m Ohno where lf IS dnstrlbuted to the needy and charity organ nzatnons The Girl Reserve group m our school IS sponsored by Miss Felclc The OH'-ICBFS for thus year are Stephanxa Kolesm, presldent Dolores Antomellx, vlcc president Vera Wess secretary and Sarah Bruno treasurer 61 I I I I ' . ' wfwsw' I ,, ' ll. , A r by ' 1 S, , , , - 1 , , , 1 Q .l , DeNoble, Mehrmg, Cam. 5 1 1 y 1 1 - 1 u v 1 y , , , ' 1 ' . - . . 4 1, 1 , , -- , -, , , . , ' ' Y! ' 77 Q! ' ,, - . . . . . 5 Q : U Q 7 ' First row Hulet Wenglare Rolovolslcy Kemp Hauser Izalc Moneta Wagner Handgis Geister Feiclt Buf1lini Ciccone Schietroma Barkley Vandenbord Cassidy Hyshalc Pribulslcy Second row McCormick Vladuchelc Libson Dailey Pisano Spillsbury Carpenter Mallick Gray Free Gahagin Zugliana Vochlco Grosdeclc Irons Rosensteel Ewing Spolarich Third row Zagrocki Bruni Hnath Roman Kulbicki Moyer Yealcel Smith Morelli Warner Dumeyer Pavlalcovich Narlcevic The band has long been one of the major organizations in the school Essen tially a musical body it also supplies color and spirit to fall football games with its column rights counter marches and other special features Extensive drills after school hours made the band one of the best marching organizations in the valley. At the close of the football season these musicians turn from Sousa and Fillmore to Wagner and Verdi in preparation for the Spring Concert. Beginning students in music play alongside veterans and learn the finer points of playing classical compositions. The band has been fortunate in having a fine conductor like Mr. McCormick. Mac as he is sometimes called, is not only tops in music interpretation but also has a cheerful patient temperament that makes his musicians glad to stay a few extra minutes to polish up on those last few bars. In the twelve year period during which Mr. McCormick has directed the band he has built it up from a small group of less than 30 members to the present array of 65 uniformed instrumentalists. He has taught his students to appreciate music by showing them how it should be played. Twenty of the members graduate this year but the band promises to become a bigger and better institution as the years progress. THESE WERE FOUNDED WITH SPECIAL REGARD l First row: Nliss Parsons. Banks. Rosenberger, Korolishin, Gossard, Holmes. Troshel, Samoilurf, Fleming, Zubic, Mc Calley. Wfolfe. Irons, Nlarti. Second row: Schmidt. Dt-Nlacio. Nlaclcintosh, Grzybowslci, O. Jarowey, Steele. A. -larowey, Blazier, Graham. Belay. Cor liss, Rodin. Nlann. Third row: Nlellor. l.ysicl4. Hickey, Tartar, lwegrey. lVl1neard Slculwy. Kerchncr, Bufalini. Purna. Fourth row: Nlclissari. Kc-rin. Pc-rris. Eaholtz. Kingas, Byers Kohut. Art for art's sake-- thus goes the standard of our art department. Scenery for plays, ar- tistic aid to the year book staff. and pube licity worlc are only a few of the responsibile ities of the art classes. FOR CULTURE The Madrigal Club. which is made up of forty of our best vocal students, is directed by Miss Parsons. Aside from entertaining the student body of our own school, it participates in concerts, and Christmas carolingg and some members also compete for honors in the Midwest- ern and State contests. - ART The Science Forum Club arouses interest in scientific projects, performs experiments of a sci- entific nature, recites and reports on affairs of sci- entific interest, and prepares scrapbooks dealing with science. For the first time in the history of Ambriclge High School, a wrestling team has been formed. This year they enterecl the W. P. I. A. L. meet and the winner in each match will be eligible to go to the state contest. FOR TRUTHFULNESS - FAIR PLAY - SPORTSMANSHIP F R PERSONAL EFFORT Brulsed knees and skmned ankles are very much nn evidence during the soccer season for the glrls of Ambrldge Hxgh take their sports seriously The glrls athletxc program also provldes for an Intramural soccer team The Chess Club teaches Its members how to play the game of chess correctly They choose a team each year to compete wxth Sewlckley the only other school rn the vxcmuty havmg 1 chess team In the future they hope to compete One of the many things that Ambrldge Senior Hugh can be proud of IS the fine library and the efficient llbrary staff Twenty student lrbrarxans are traxned by the librarian Mrss Grlme There are 3 000 volumes m our library It affords unlimited opportunmes ln any sub ject We owe much to the helpfulness of the l1brar1an and her staff 7 . . , . 5 with teams from all over the valley. 5 . , . FOR PHYSICAL FITNE The boys of our senior high school find a welcome relief from study and regular classwork in the physical education classes. Mr. Rubenstein has charge of these classes which meet on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week. Sea- sonal games, such as basketball, softball, and mushball are part of the schedule, but in addition corrective exercises, drills, and apparatus work is given to make a well-balanced program. k66.. The Photography Club is sponsored by Bruce Keusch. Besides learning the latest photographic methods these boys go about snapping pictures which, when developed, afford humor and entertainment to all who see them. In the sewing classes the girls usually make simple day-time dresses. The ad- vanced sewing students turn out anything from play suits to evening gowns. Nlembers of the Archery Club study the history and recent developments of archery. More important, they also obtain instruction and practice in making and using archery tackle. These "Robin Hoods" hope to put this skill to good use in competition this spring. The Hobby Club fosters interest in outside work and profitable ways of spend- ing leisure time. Nlany attractive and useful things are constructed under the guid- ance of Miss Smith. FOR INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENT AND SKILL The Q. G. A., Order of Gregg Artists, is composed of shorthand students who excel in that particular subject. It permits these students to work toward certain goals. When these goals are reached a reward in the form of a pin is given. The club meets during the regular club period and is sponsored by Miss Miller. Buzzing and grinding, sawdust and hammering-so it goes in Mr. WoIfe's woodwork shop. Cut of the din comes wood, worked into useful objects of all shapes and sizes. As a result of this activity the boys have obtained a foundation in the fields of carpentry and cabinet making. Proud of the fact that it has had winners in national contests. the members of the Airplane Club are always busy building all sorts of model airplanes, from gliders to model planes equipped with gasoline engines. Interest and enthusiasm are kept at a peak by the frequent contests the club holds at the Twenty-sixth Street field. Remembering that "the shortest way to a manis heart is through his stomachf' the girls in the Home Economics Cooking class are being taught the art of cooking savory foods in addition to learning how to place them on the table in their most appetizing form. FCR ORIGINALITY IN CREATION AND IDEAS ,, 68, FOR RESPECT FOR LAW AND ORD Our efficient safety program in Ambridge High has resulted from the co- operation of the inside and outside patrolmen The trustworthy fellows who guard the crossings morning, noon, and night, are to be commended on their loyalty The captain of the boys patrol is Henry Szafaryn having as able assistants Louis Perna, oe Stasny and Orlando D1 Mailo Their tasks include checking the at tendance of all patrolmen assisting Dr Benkert, sponsor of this organization and organizing special patrol meetings Mary Karda heads the inside patrol The lieutenants are Florence Libson Shirley Feick, and Anna Gogal The inside patrol has charge of the information desk a new convenience of our school and directs traffic in the corridors and stairs First row Masai Hogreft Kuchtyn DilVlailo Stasny Perna Szafaryn Mr Benkert Karda Gogal Lisbon Feick Wallis Rubel Rosensteel Second row Bycura lVlcC1lley Sc1rpone Mellott Smith Sencta Caputo Nhrox ich Gr1h'1m Third row Mellott Marti Boggs Levy Cherich Rosenberger Olah Nicklewicz Woods Izak Bruno Mihalik Vandenbord Larabee Mihalik Orler Gaglnrdi Fourth row Iorfido Frankewxcz Matika Marti Mauk Kaczinsky Xveber Cain Gdula Droz Springer McCreary Barcycz Kloiber Smady Compagoni Fifth row Tahey Dunda Hoffman Zlody Tartar Kakias Palumbo Ziolkowski Eaholtz Nestor Martin Pappas Evanko Locke Vallecorsa Costanzo Dlugosz Sixth row Hickey Villela Stempkowski Ruttner Hlism Stoeffel Bielski Springer Free Chapala Powell Furis Bilanich Kuny Vallecorsa 69 . , . . . . 7 Y 7 ' 7 . . , Y 7 ' : 4 l Y ,Y Y Y 3 K 7 k Y ' Y 7 Y Y Y Y Y - : K! 4 Y I 7 Y 1 Y I Y C 7 K ' 7 C I Y Warner, Blosser, Golden, Mutz, McCracken. : Y K Y Y Y 7 f Y 7 5 Y 7 7 Y Y 7 1 C ' Z 7 Y K I C 7 9 Y 5 7 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y : Y Y 7 7 Y Y 7 3 5 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y : Y 7 Y Y L Y Y 7 7 Y Y Y Y Y - FOR CULTIVATING CHARACTER Modern equipment and pleasant surroundings are some of the most out- standing features of our Home Economics Department. A kitchen containing the latest cooking and refrigerating facilities, a fully furnished dining room, complete with china and silver, and a modernly styled living room give the Home Economics students many chances to brush up on the finer points of housekeeping. Personal grooming and pleasing personality are cultivated in Home Economics courses. Dress styles and hair styles, footwear, and other important features of appearance are considered and discussed. Another great service which the department renders to the school is the aid given to any organization sponsoring a banquet. The annual football dinner is a yearly proof of the savory, tasty foods the girls can prepare. This and other din- ners are attractively served by the pupils. All these activities give the girls of the school a well rounded program of homemaking. -70- Our vocational students are trained to cope with the complex problems of industry. Modern equipment and an experienced force of instruction have made our vocational department one ol the most prominent in Western Pennsylvania. The Historical Society, with Carl Kerchner as president and Miss Cauley as sponsor, is one of the most active clubs of the school. Ir has a membership of 148, IO0 of which are alumni. The society is an institutional member of the Western Pennsylvania Historical Society. This year, as previously, it sponsored the annual Historical Society dinner and a field trip to Colonial Virginia and Washington, D. C. Pleasant to the ear are the beautiful strains of Miss Parson's music classes. Her students find soothing recreation as well as vocal training. They derive a fuller appreciation for fine music-a talent that will benefit them in future years. Part of our schooI's education in mechanical devices is given in the auto shop. Guided by Mr. Todd. our "mechanics'i get practical experience by servicing and repairing automobiles of every make and description. AND FOR APPRECIATION OF MEMBERSHIP IN A DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM. N71 -A Miss Cease and Miss Miller, surrounded by potential stenographers, dictate letters and orders to their shorthand classes. Specializing in Gregg Shorthand, this course gives the specialized training necessary for employment in many businesses. Every play, class meeting, or assembly requires the services of the stage squad. Scenery has to be set up, the public address system must be adjusted, furniture is moved, and lighting effects have to be obtained. With John I-Iertnelcy as captain, the stage squad completes these and many other duties. The students who are in electric shop receive instruction from one of the most able men in the vocational department, Mr. Axtell. The principles of electricity are learned not only through theory but also by practical application. In our typing classes the students learn to operate and care for the typewriter. Emphasis is placed on accuracy and speed that is so necessary to attain in the field of business. THE CLUBS OF AMBRIDGE HIG -72- TILL IN THE STUDENTS - CIVIC PR The orchestra, directed by Mr. McCormick meets in rehearsal twice a week. The thirty members practice diligently on familiar light classics and more advanced excerpts from symphonies. The climax of all this effort comes during Music Week when the orchestra and band present a joint concert. This year the big event came on May 1. Besides providing incidental music at dramatic productions the musicians play the processional and recessional music for baccalaureate and commencement exer- cises. Each year the orchestra sends representatives to the Pennsylvania School Music Association orchestra This year ames Costanzo and Elsie Kozar attended the orchestral festival which was held at Erie , i Mggh 'IK I Q 9A ! 73 IMT r ' ' - is v I ff' in' I w II I III' I A school of the students by the students and for the students might well be the slogan of Ambridge Senior High Our school is one of the few educational these students to prepare themselves for life in a democracy and they take ad vantage of this Various committees are organized and each has a sponsor and a chairman In all activities sponsored by the school such as football and basketball games plays and assemblies it is an evident fact that these committees play an important part D N CREATIVE WO . 1' Q 7 institutions which is managed solely by the students. It is a rare opportunity for I . I 7 , . , . . . TEACH COURTESY AND ORGANIZATION The Publlclty and Bullerm Board Commlttees work together to mform t e publlc and the students of commg events m our school The finance usher, and patrol commlttees execute thenr dutles when the tlme rolls around mg candy ice cream and soft drlnlcs The proceeds of th1s go toward forwarding various school act1v1t1es The assembly commlttee has the responslbxllty of choosmg the programs whxch are presented to the student body As a result of thexr d1l1gent work the programs are varled and educatnonal as ss ell as entertammg 75 K 5 . . . . . h . . . . , Ac the football games in Ambridge the refreshment committee is present sell- . . ' I , ENCOURAGE APTNESS and CLARITY of EXPRESSION DEBATE CLUB Bottom row: Caplan, Hnaxh. Klolbcr Nlr, Shaffer, MEFHXCISIQII1, Gahagan Leincr. Top row: Zlody. Jcsscn. Nhllcck Gross. Ycnkcl, Duuschlc. Grosdcck Z' Debate Club at W'ork .. 76 K fc 9 D MOCRACY MIND 1 5 H 1 H Nsqg-XNQNXQ' , in r-:.,:iqv,:'N1'-EET v wi Q1 f 4,4- 1 QS! f f E IS ATHLETIC- ED Record for 1940 CAPABLE OF PRODUCING VICTORY Football Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrlclge Ambrldge Ambrlclge Ambrldge Ambrlclge 13 7 Monaca Canonsburg Turtle Creek Beaver Falls Alxqmppa Rochester M ndland 19 20 COACHES Rowley Snyder Ass stant Coach Rubenste n Head C ach Karak rsos HI sta 78 ' V 7 7 W nr V HHH nr H V 7 0 h 13 A ,,,,,,, ,,..,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,A , 0 ' 7 , , ,,,,,,,,,, ,. ..,,,,,, 6 Ambridge 14 , , ,7777 ,ccrrrw .,cc ,c,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,,ccc,,,, N e w Brighton 6 ' W U W VAYYYYYYY iirrirrr Y Vxrrx V rn V v Y 6 ' 0 ,, H, , ,,,,,,,,,, ' ' O ' 25 , ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,., ,,r,,,,,,,,,.,r ,,,,,,, , , , W 9 , i 9 i , 0 s . 1 g 1 First row: Lazorslci. Sipple, Lzmiewslci, Budimer, H. Ulinslci, Nobile. R. Ulinslci, P. Paletti Beaman, Kostas, Chevnrini, janiclci. Second row: Coach Rubenstein, DelVl:icio, Kublclci, Kulbaclci, Cuda, Santry, Frangione McHenry, Shintowsl-ci, Krol, Kasinslci, Assistant Conch Snyder. Third row: Rowley, Bowan llVlanagerI, Span, Hritsik, M, Kostas, Galt-tta, Manuras, Supe Iorficlo, Bires, Cummings, Mntievich, Daclco, Fourth row: Hlista, Guzan, Somar, Moyer, Troupe, Kissiday, Locke, Hudacclc, Kinder Sherba, Gozur, Depietro, Karalcitsos. D NOT DISHEARTENED BY DEFE The first team of the season to come up against the Ambridge gridders was Monaca. With Leo Nolnile and John Kostas playing an outstanding defensive game and Ray Ulinslci and Bill Daclco bearing the brunt of attaclc, Monaca was an easy victim for Ambridge. The final score of the inaugural game was 13-0. With the co-captains, Leo Nobile and Ray Ulinslci, scoring all the points, Ambridge defeated the Canonslourg Gunners 13-0. Ray, the Ambridge fullback for three years, scored two touchdowns and Leo Nobile, who called the signals from his guard position, scored the extra points. The first league game of the W. P. I. A. L. competition was the third victory for the Bridgers. The Turtle Creelc eleven tallied in the second quarter, but failed to convert the extra point. In the last six minutes Ray Ulinslci, in a center plunge, broke through the opponent's line and lateralled to Chester Laniewslci, who evened the score. Leo Nobile again sent the ball between the uprights and put Amlaridge ahead for the victory. Despite a few injuries, the fourth encounter of the season proved to be another victory for the Ambridge High eleven. In the second period, New Brighton com- piled their only six points. Chester Laniewslci, with the help of the whole team, scored Ambridge's first seven points in the second quarter. Ray Ulinslci's ground gaining plunges and Nobile's educated toe accounted for the 14-6 score. ,,79? AT OUR VARSITY LETTERMEN Despite the fact that neither team was able to score in the Ambriclge-Aliquippa game, the Bridgers decidedly outplayed the Aliquippa boys. The net gain for the Ambridge team was l87 yards as compared to the Steelers' I6. Ambridge recorded ll first downs whereas the opponents had only one. This tie eliminated the Am- lnridge team from the W. P. I. A. L. Class AA race. Ambridge, because of the victory over Rochester, tied with Midland for the Beaver County championship. In this fast and furious game Ambridge was the first to score. on a pass from Ulinslci to Kubiclci. In the second quarter John Budi- mer made the touchdown and also the extra point. Only after the Bridgers scored again did the Rochester team gain any points. In the last quarter both Rochester and Ambridge registered more points making the final score 25-19, in favor of Ambridge High. R Ul' K 0 sew' Sobxle . xeg Budm v f Ei: st. eazrffi fi: we S- O ko 3C 'Rr The first night game with Beaver Falls proved to be a real contest. However, Ambridge hammered out the victory. Again Ray and Chester, backed by a power- ful team, scored the touchdown. Leo assured the victory by his dependable kick- ing. The final outcome was 7-6. In the final game of the season, the Ambridge gridders bowed to the Midland Leopards. After four hard-fought quarters the outcome was 20 to 7 in favor of the Leopards. Thus Ambridge was eliminated from the race for the Beaver County championship. fi" .Z A, XACHQQYY X4 dis' nlclo In this great season there were many outstanding seniors who had been valua ble players throughout their high school careers Among these players Raymond Ulinski the Ambridge High fullback for three years was outstanding Leo Nobile valuable in many ways to the whole team will be remembered for his valuable con versions Budimer and Supple were xery prominent members who will be m ssed in future years Another powerful guard was Ray Beaman who played with the team for many years These and many others of the graduating Class of 1941 have been really outstanding in our school Thus ended another footb1ll year for Ambridge Especially to be remembered is the East West game in which Nobile D'1cko Ulmski Budimer Kostas 1nd Bea man starred This turned out to be a victory for the West team This season will be recalled by many graduates for it marks their last season as players for their Alma Mater Seniors who played their last games for Ambridge High School are Budimer Beaman Hritsik anlcki Kostas Kubickl McHenry Nobile Supple Matievich and Ullnski 1 rw' , r, "' , ,. ' il Q ha. A M D if , X nn - A V Xb vi' A S pt. SG I Bridgers for two seasons. At right end was John Kostas, who has been with the :V,' 7. .., , ,,. H LD SPORTSMANSHIP UPPERMOST Fnrst row Dubenslcy Bowan Narlcevlc Gutowskl Nlodrouch Second row Hlnsta fAss1stant Coachl Osso H Ulmslcl Ivkovxch Glslca Budlmer fManagerl Rubensteln lCoachl Basketball Record for the 1940 41 season Ambrndge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Taylor Allderdxce Monaca Erie Academy Donora Turtle Creek Erie Academy Freedom Chester W V New Brlghton Ambrxdge Ambrldge Ambrxdge Ambrndge Ambrndge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrxdge Ambrndge Ellwood Cnty New Castle Beaver Falls Alnquxppa New Brighton Ellwood Clty New Castle Beaver Falls Allqulppa A sound trouncmg was handed to Taylor Allderdlce ln the openmg basketball game Captam Walter Narlcevlc led the scormg wlth 15 pomts For the opener the Ambrldge team was comprlsed of Gutowslcl and Bowan forwards Ivkovlch center Narkevlc and Dubenslcy guards In a very excmng game Monaca upset Ambrldge by a margm of one pomt 15 14 The Garneteers rose to then' full power m the followmg game wlth Erie Academy to emerge vlctorxous by a tally of 39 34 A TION KEYNOTED THEIR PLAY I 34 .-.A--YYYfw..f..f... . - ' 16 ' 63 ,,,,,,, , I ' 14 V---Yv.....A,,,,,,,,,, V YllY,llll,, , 15 ' 29 , ,, ' 39 H W H . , , ' 34 ' 21 , H ' 43 fff77777....,,A,,,,,,,,,.,......,,,lll .7 14 ' 23 . ' ' Ambridge 37 .,,.,,,,,,,...A...,l,,,, Y 1V1cKeesport 30 Ambridge 27 Sharpsville ' ZZ KKKKKK ,.,.lYYlllll.,ll., 3 5 I 34 ' ' 25 , ,,,,,, , ' 18 D 47 ' l 51 ,,,,,.,..r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y W 8 ' 28 ' zoloooao, , ..2z ' 28 so ' 34 U A,.... ,ll,,,,,, . Y .. H ' 31 ' 28 , , . ' ' C .. 82 .- SPEED AND SKILL NETTED TRIUM .. -"' 'F Dubensky By a score of 43 to 14, Ambridge outclassed Donora. The Tubers from lVlcKeesport were the next victims of the Rubensteiners. The lead swayed back and forth between the Tubers and the Bridgers but Ambridge came out with the winning score of 24-14. Turtle Creek turned the tables on the Bridgers with a decisive margin, 35-22. Ambridge again outscored Erie Academy, 25-18, in their second game. Throughout the game with Freedom the Garneteers were in fine form. The Bridgers won an overwhelming victory, 51 to 8. The pre-league schedule was completed by a victory over Chester High School of Chester, West Virginia, 30-22. The Bridgers, attack was led by Bowan. Bowan Narkevic H. Ulinski Gutows 1 Giska Ambridge, defending Section III champs, won its first W. P. I. A. L. game by defeating New Brighton. Narkevic, in his usual form, led the scoring. The next two games were victories for Ambridge High. Ellwood City and New Castle proved easy victims for the Bridgers. The undefeated sectional record of Ambridge High School was ended when they were defeated by the Beaver Falls' quintet. Ambridge was set back from their aspirations of the W. P. I. A. L. title when they were defeated by a strong Aliquippa team. The Quippians won by a score of 35-23. The non-league game with Sharpsville proved a defeat for the Ambridge five, 33-27. Ambridge High moved up to second place in the Section HI of the W.P.I.A.L. by ending their three game losing streak with a defeat of New Brighton, 34-17. Throughout the game teamwork kept Ambridge ahead. Narkevic and Bowan led the attack with 13 and 11 points respectively. Repeating their previous perform- ances, the Ambridge netmen again hammered out victories over Ellwood City and New Castle. In the last two games Ambridge relinquished its claim on the Section III title by losing to Beaver Falls and Aliquippa. PH DIVERSIFIED PROGRAM OF SPORTS Our intramural sports program is designed to give opportunities for athletic activities to those students who do not take part in varsity events. Nlushball and basketball tournaments which arouse interest and enthusiasm in the various par- ticipating home rooms are promoted each year by the Intramural Committee. This committee, responsible to Mr. Serene, is composed of the chairmen. Wlalter Chapala. and Richard Gross. Robert Droz, Williaxn Terry, John Wargets, Edward Rut- kowski, Bob Gibson, and Andy Krol. Besides drawing up plans for home room tournaments, these boys take an active part in the program by refereeing basket- ball games. Tournament play is divided into two halves. During both halves all of the home rooms of the high school compete. A winner for each half is de- termined and these two teams vie for the school championship. To the victor goes a shield-shaped plaque bearing the names of the members of the winning squad. fy, c- Qt 'f 7? S ' . 5 s lxy 3 Q.. This year competition has been keen with Miss Kerchner's boys setting the pace for the seniors and Miss Duffy's and Mr. Benlcerfs home rooms lead the field of juniors and sophomores. This intensive program has resulted in not only creating pleasant diversion but also in the build- ing of healthy bodies, the encouraging of sports- manship, and development of teamwork. E COMPOSITE OF OUR INTRAMURA THEY FIND OUTLETS FOR VIM AND VIGOR Now Clon't be too rouglil Hold that pose please . Keep your eye on the ball Here's hopin' Up and over . . Cops. Look out! GIRLS COMPETE FOR YALE-PRINCETON HONORS Every athletic-minded girl looks forward to the annual Yale-Princeton girls' basketball classic. This year the girls' sports program is climaxed for the tenth annual time. The players are chosen by the girls athletic directors, Miss Spahr and Miss Hughes, from the "AH League of the girls, intramural basketball squads. Those girls who excel in sports are banded together, when they have met with the approval of the sponsor, to form the Girls, Leaders Club. These girls assist the gym instructors in the class work. During the soccer season the girls are not idle. They take possession of the football practice field, where they acquire bruised ankles and skinned knees during an exciting bout of kicking the ball. This is only one of the varied forms of ath- letics offered to the so-called "weaker sexf' Thus, a diversified gym program and bushels of fun are guaranteed to every Ambridge Senior High lassie. First row: A. Jarowey. O. jarowey, Kowaleska. Larabee, Yerega, Sapouchak. Karas, Banks. Oz.mek. Second row: Ciccone, Hogrefe. Derkash. Hale, Kubia. Miss Spahr. 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