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

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Command The scl ool board IS at the head of the educatxonal program 1n Ambrldge Hlgh Cchool It IS responsible for the smooth running schedule whlch we follow daxly Durmg their meetmgs, the seven members carry on discussions concernmg the rmprovement and progress of our school system Some of their dutles are to h1re the faculty, take care of the flnances, arrange for the purchase of supplles, and supervlse lmprovements xn the bulldmg The executlves follow the suggestlons of the school board The executlves, the superlntendent, prmclpals, and assistant prmcxpals supervise the teachers and some cholce IH the selectlon of text books and supplxes The faculty, under the dxrectnon of the executnves, has charge of the student body They supervxse the course of study and sponsor clubs and actwltxes that are carrled on after school hours 1n addrtxon to the hours dur1ng school trme The faculty has clone a lot toward preparmg the students for better posxtnons durmg the present emergency The OHICC force IS 1 group of capable people who talce care of all necessary records, clerxcal work, and correspondence that IS connected with the school Each dlvlslon cooperates wlrh the other d1v1s1ons thus malung the school a smooth runnmg, CEICIBIIY. and outstandmg orgamzatxon carry out, to the best of their ability, the plans of the school board. They also have l mf, if -vig Y M af 1? 14 ' ' n - L:- nk HL?--fi 11 D X I A ixfxtmg 7--if r-9-.l'F ff A DR JOSEPH MOHNEY BENKERT Dr Benkert, our prmclpal, recetved hts elemen tary and hlgh school tramtng tn Clarion County He recemved hxs Bachelor of Scxence degree ln 1928 and h s Master of Scxence degree tn 1930 from the Unlvsrsx y of Pxttsburgh There he served as under graduate asss ant for three years and graduate assxs tant for two years tn the Department of Zoology Dr Benlcert dxd research work tn trop cal bxology cytology and ecology tn the southern states Columbna Venezuela Trlmdacl Brltlsh Guiana, Unnversnty of Chlcago, Mellon Instttute, and the Marxne Btologncal Laboratory at Vlfood s Hole He recexved hxs doctor s degree tn 1941 a the Un verslty of Pxttslnurgh Dr Benkert IS respons1ble for the constructton of the master schedule currxculum and courses of s t.dy 15 chairman of the professxonal instructional council consisting of the department heads He also prepares reports and makes recommendations to the Super xntendent for the xmprovement of the educattonal program DR N A SMITH Although Dr Smxth xs now supermtendent of schools, he has not lost hrs mterest ln the Ambrlclge Hlgh School He frequently attends our assemblles, pep meetmgs, athletlc games and other hxgh school events, and almost daxly may be seen conferrxng with the teachers and prmclpals 1n the ofltces and class rooms of our hugh school Supermtendent Smtth mamtams that the teachers and the students nn our schools lxke all the rest of the populatton must this year contxnue day an and day out to gtve to their wartlme dutles an xmmechate and absolute prxorlty over any and all other acttvttxes WE must, above all, learn to mamtaxn a strong and mtelllgent loyalty to the prmctples for whxch this natlon IS flghttng Each student should pledge hlmself to remam ln school until he graduates attend school regularly and learn all he can to make himself most effectxve tn the setvtces of hxs country v 1 . 1 1 L , 1 1 I 1 11 . . 1 ,1 v 1 ,A ' 4 ' ' as 7 1 1 . .v . - 1 1 .1 1 ' Y r . . 11 , SK 7 7 KY 1 1 . . . 1 I 1' . . , t' .. 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 - MICHAEL F SERENE Michael F Serene Assxstant Prlnclpal of the un or Senior Hxgh School, rece md has lemtnt ry education and hxgh school educat on n tlre Xm vrxdp Public Schools He attended Wfest Liberty Teach ers College Kent State Unnerslty W est ra Reserx Unxversxty and the Unnverslty of Pxttsburwh Mr Serene served as graduate assistant at Kent State Un: versity, and was Teachxng Fellow the summer of 1937 He holds the BS and Nl A degrees from Kent State Unlversxty and ts talcxng graduate work at tht Um verslty of Pittsburgh Educatxon educatton and more eclucatxon has motto followed In h s chemrstry and phxs cs class es and now ln hxs duties as ass sunt prmcnpal Mr Serene IS nn charge of pu dance and attend ance for the entxre school and suptruses the mathc matics scxence home economrcs and commtrt al suh ject fields L R TAGCART Mr L R Taggart graduated from our local school system He received hls Bachelor of Sclence degree In 1937 and his Master of lzducatlon degrte 1940 from the Unlversnty of Pxttsburgh Nl Taggart spectalxzed nn Vocational Education worl-c hts graduate studles In his undergraduate days Mr Taggart also attended the Uruversxty of Valparaxso Valparanso Indiana for one year and had some ex tenslon work at Geneva College and Carnegle Instx tute of Technology Mr Taggart feels that no matter how well you ar trained for the enjoyment of letsure xt talces a regular job to make leisure possible and that Voca txonal Education ts the clnfference between dependence xndependence xs the foundatxon of worthy cntxzens and that our ltves center around our worlc rather than play DAVID A SNYD1:R rrtt men and women xn a tree world must 'um tr aclunrt hleh Ideals and nncrtase thur power to tn nlc 111 trally concernxng life s exptrxencts The student 'ICKIYIIICS of Ambrxdgee High as por travtd hy the Brxdger are lane examples of the txpes ol' school experlences your Asslstant unxur Stn or Hlph School Prxncxpal Mr Snyder belreves ntccssurx xn a modern democratxc educatlonal pro gram 'Nlr Snyder recexsed hrs elemtntary educatxon un le Dubl schoos ol Badtn Ht 15 1 graduate ol' Rochtster Htgh School and obtamntd h s deqree ot Bachtlor ot Scnence tn Educanon from Gtnexa Col l t He earned has Nlas er of Educatlon degree at the Lnntrsxty ol' Pxttsburzh mn 1938 'Nlr Snxder has taught tn the -Xmbrldbe unlor Semor H uh School from 1931 to 19-lv For etght xears he serx ed as asststant athletic coach n the Jun or and Sentor Hlgh Schools and taught Social Studxes He was also acttxe tn a number of other extra currxcular acttutxes The superusxon of Socxal Stuclxes lznelxsh For tlzn Ianguages Art Nluslc and Physlcal Education s will as the dtstrxbutxon ot supplus school hnances buzldxm., operatxons assembly programs and extra currlcular actxuttes are among Nlr Snwders dut es J Y . Q - Q V t . . . 1 Y ' 5 . . 1 1 1 . 4 IC - - 1 - I , - . t . ' ' , . ' . ' in , ' ' ' r, . ' '. , e 1 - V - - - - , , ' . . . . . t . tn Y 5 t I , , . . t . , t . , . t , , . . . - . . t . . ' t - V - - L 1 1 V I I ' . . I . U . . . . . . rs G - - - - . . . . . L . , . I . . . . 1 1 LK,. . . ' ' 1 and Independence. We must recognize that economlc I 0 1 s.. , my K x 1 - x ' K I 7 4 L 1 -K Q 1 1 I xx xi V l 11 l i 1 .N s 1 V ' V Y x . C ' .Ia 1 ' . , . . ' - . I S ' x V' A . 1 , l 4 ' 1.1 A' xc ' l A . ' . - 4 Y . I I ' ' ' V . . f 1 L H X - I A 4 I - X It 4 ' cgr . 1 t t . j . W. 3' l T. V' K ' t . V t 1 t I - 1 f ' ' . t x I. V. . . . - 7 - 1 , 'K A 5 Q o Ns VI 4 4 5 Q - K' L A . t ' t . t .' .- ' ' . t V . t . I . I' ' 1 . Standmg Kraft Duzy Smxth Byers Seated Caputo Radalcovxch Graham Dlrenzo The Board of Educatlon IS composed of seven members elect ed by the people of Ambrlclge for a term of six years The Board IS responsible for the general manntenance and admlmstratlon of the schools The OHICCYS and members of the Board of Education are as follows Mr V O Byers presndent Mr ohn Graham vlce presl dent Mlss Mary Radakovlch secretary Mr Frank Duzy treas urer Dr ames V D1renzo Mr W T Kraft and Mrs Marv Druzlslcy Qur modern -Iunlor Senlor Hlgh School bulldmg stadium and llght and the comprehensive programs of study are testlmon nals to the CEICICHCY and farslghtedness of the Board of Educatlon : 7 3 Y ' Z 7 7 1 ' : , g , - 1 a a ' a ' ' 5 , . Our Flight Instructors Sarah F Adams A B 'VI A French Sp'1ntsh Assistant Sophomore. Cl1ss Adviser Ethel Althauser A B M L Englxsh IV Sophomore Cl1ss Adviser I-lewd of Engl sh Dtplrtment Wxlllam Arnett Voc'tt1on1l lVI1Chmt Shop George C Axtell Voc1txon1l Eltctrxc Shop Smit- S ltnd 'Q fXd1ms Althauser Arnett 'Xxtell Mela ana Buley Engllsh IV Busmtss Engllsh Typmg I Senxor Class Acluser Stella Barr B S Hygiene Physical Educatton Gxrls P1trol Usher Commxttee Ieiclers Tritnlng Club Intmmuml Sports Intr1mur1l Sports Commxtte Ass smnt Stmor Cl'tss Aduser William Bmmg A B M A Socml Studtts Amerlcin HISIOFY Senute Hlstorncul Socncty Homcroom Progrim Olive E Cease B S M Ed Boolxlcecpmg, I Typing II Ht-'nd of Commtrcnl Depirtment pu-1 . Bmley Bmrr Emmy, Cease .. J - ' ' . t . . BS. BE. 1 x K t i vi k 13 gr? f I -ff? ' E355 L ' if 7: as ' , I 2 it X ' I It 55 T' t '-. - ., Nt ' 3 '- mt I 4 1- I - bij 4 'C I, A 5: g Margaret Nussbaum Cook B S M A Senior Social Studies Business English Cheerleaders Virginia G Derflinger American History World History Silhouette Mary L Duffy LittB M Latin He1d of Language Department Ass st'mt unior Class Adviser Doris Feick Vocational Home Economics Supervisor of Home Economics Banquets Costumes Katherine Forcey B S M Ed Algebra Solid Geometry Trigonometry unior Cliss Adviser Head of Math Department Madelyn Horsman Secrctarml Practice Thomas E Hoskins B S Ind Ed Related Drawing Related Blueprint Reading Druw ng Adviser Cool: Derflinger Duffy Feiclc Forcey Horsman Hoskins Keusch Kozalc Lauf Lee Lehman J DKeusch BA MA Trade Drafting Related Vocational Science Rose Kozak B S M Ed Supervisor of Office Practice Secretarial Practice Shorthand II Typing III Bookkeeping II Typing Adviser of Silhouette Typing Adviser of Yearbook Typing Adviser of unior High Crier Checking of Senior High Schools State Registers Herbert E. Lauf B.S. M.A. Physics PreHight Aeronautics Co-sponsor of Science Forum Gertrude McKee Lee AB. B.O. M.L. English III Dramatics School Plays Virginia G. Lehman A.B. M.Ecl. English II Financial Adviser of Silhouette Our F11ght ..,.. A L . A ,' S... jx JV' . shoffhapdi H B.S.' V - ' ,4 A J., Instructors M aurrce Rubenstein Physlcal Education Dlrector of Athletics Football Basketball Gymnastxcs Faculty Man1ger Ruth M Parson Vocal Music Music Hnstory and Apprecxatnon Madrlgql Club Hazel Schermerhorn Boys Glee Club BA M Lltt Dnrector of Assembly Music Amerlcan Hxstory Economic Geography Natxonal Honor Socxety A J Lukachek Laura jean Rlce Assxstant Senxor Hugh Lnbrarxan gdltfgc Chorus and Mixed Chorus Francis E Sgegal Assembly Director and Conductor M Phys Ed I Hygiene Girls G ee Club Physlcal Fntness Boys Patrol Eleanor Madden L H Rothermel W ld H Related Social Stuclles or lstory Related Scxence H McCaughtry B S E D Related Math Clyde F Mock Art Publxcxty of Poster Scenery Art Adviser for Yeirboolt une Delores Molles BS m GS Lxbrarlan Library Councxl Willard Newton J B S M Ed Algebra Plane Geometry Lulcachelc Madden Mccaughtry Mock Motles Newton Parson Rxce Rothermel Rubenstem Schermerhorn Slegal B.A.- A 'Bs A-B: B.A. I 55- , , L. . Related Science R 3 A.B. A 1 .l ' e D K -fi ' f Our Flight Instructors Settmo Sm1th Sporny Todd Vsfxst l Shaffer Spahr Swayne Genevieve W Settlno Marcella M Spahr B A M A Related Englxsh Lost and Found Commxttee Marne C Smith B S M Ed World Hlstory Consumer Educatlon Club Dxrector Natxonal Honor Society Assistant Chairman V W Sporny Instrumental Musxc Band Orchestra Henry R Todd Auto Mechanlcs B S M Ed Industrial Arts Radlo Club Trembley Lysle P Shaffer Wolf Reed A B M A Englxsh III Publlc Spealclng Debate Coach Sponsor of Football Concessxons Commlttee Phystcal Educatxon Hygxene Intramural Sports Yale Princeton Gnrls Assembltes Leaders Club Student Health Commxttee Gtrls Health Counselor Janet Swayne Home Economics Myrtle Trembley B S M L Enghsh II Yearbook Sponsor Herman L Wolf Vocational Woodwork Lllllan Hawltms Home Economtcs Rita S Reed Typmg I M M Mattuch M Ed Physxcs Senior Science Fundamentals of Machmes . ., . , BA. A - ' ' ' B.s. t B.s., Ms. ' ' ' ss. t G.R.wisf D B.S.' 3 . . 4' ,, 'ie . :wit Ztfmgfi 70 Dr oseph NI Hmnlu rt Prmul 'll af th' umor Samor H vm x L 'Xlullul Scum Assistant Prnu 71 a t 1 umm nm ww 1 S1 w sl iw 11 Until A Snyder Assistant I,i'lI'lLlpll of tlu Umor Sunni H I c 1 gnu r fl r uhm K A v N k Q xp Ito figgart Dnrumr nf Von ltmrnl Dcpirtm nt I' LIYI 1 IWI' ILW K IN H11 it X ULHIU Img 1 . 0 f . ' " . ' 52. s 31 ' ' Q' f3L':'U.l IDL f3v11L':'r't xsxs .lfQHlCI1t'f'L1f Hlu1::gj,',f.i1f':11 sr:".'. I'I1-ff... 'lvl Ii spllmwl for .1 IILIINIYVI' wt' years, Hu uxxs .-Xsszsruir l'r'11c pf emo- . 1' 1' um ic Prlncxpnl rlmxs year. . " z' ' '. ' 'ilgl uf lm-J .i r-fir ' r IIQI Sch.-U N11 ,"r'v11vwfls fflucun, rv. 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Tagj. t.1L gift m flu' Jun: Fl gl Sfllwwl. tlw Xvmxltx-xlmzl ID frm nur .ml last ycnr uns SL1purv'or ui' mln- X,OC.lI1Ul1.ll I5cp.1r't1m'11t. ,Urns X v In x ls W- V 1 n.1!15"--twr, Supermtendent s Ofhce Esther Bauerlem directs the work of the Superlntendent s OTTICC capalalv YSSISI ed by Yoland Glammatteo stenographer and Dorothy Izalt clcrlx T s ID th s office that the permanent records of the entlre school system are lxept Pnnclpals Ofhce LOUISE Seraclc supervises the office routine of the unlor SLIIIOI' Hlgh Cchool She IS assisted by Ann Zawalslcy who acts as receptlonxst Qophle Nt' lux cz aSSlStS with the attendance checkxng and records 111 appomtx unts The Prmcxpals offlce has charge of the homeroom announcement attendance checlcmg supplv mventorxes and constructlon of the master schedule VOCdt1OHa1 Offlce The Vocatxonal offlce IS under the dlrectlon of Mr Taggart xx ho IS asslsted by Sarah Bartolo This office has charge of the vocational schedules dlsclplmary cases of the vocatxonal department and placement of the boys ln the factorxes Mr Taggart also has charge of placmg other students on mlsc llaneous jobs Bartolo Bauerlem G1an1n11tteO Nnclclewxcz I, Serack ,G Zawaxslcy X it it it it it it 'A' it . 1 . , y X K - , , . 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Bnehng and Ready Room The Ambrldge Senxor Hugh School of 1944 w1s 1 group of mdustrlous stu ents 1-x en though the ch dults mtre not clecrmsed 1 gre1t number of the pupxls were worlklng 1r 1 p1rt tune job Thus 111'llx65 these students stand out 1s both studlous 1nd domg thexr p1rt on the home front Thev have e1rned 1 great deal of credlt The tenth gmdt or sophomore year IS m1de up of students 1verag1ng hfteen ye1rs of 1ge lhe course of study 18 gcner11 'llid 11so prepamtory for thelr lndl The junior ye1r lb C11XIdCC1 1nto the COll11H8I'C1E11 1c1dem1c, 1nd xocatlonal courses SINCE nme sequences 1re required the general course has not been too popular Thxs en1b1es the student to concentr1te on one course In the senior ye1r a student usu11ly completes hls sequences 1nd 1dds to hls number of credits The number of credzts needed to gr1duate Ib 13 The seniors of 1943 44 have all planned to do their p1rt in essent111 u1r work Although boys were 'lOlI1If1g the armed forces they mqulred about the types of hlgher education which they mlght receue The pl1ns of our school hue been such th1t every student should be prepared to face life coumgeouslw 1nd successfully In both fmorable 1nd unfax orable cnrcumstances 9 d Q' s e 'f z Q , . . ' ' ' " . . 1 - ' ' . A. 1 ' ' " 3 .' r T I si x I I 1 . I K C l . . c '. ' 'L , T 1 ' ' 1 T L 1. . FT . I ' 1 4 1 1 ' ' U ,- vidual courses in later years. . - C 5 Q . K T L . 1 ' L T C 4 T T C G T ,' ' , K '. I ' . ' Y 4 K 4 1 Al vt ' . v - I . Y C - s 1 Y - 1 T T - -A C .Y k Q T - Y I 1. V C V edema gg -Jay if fi gm f,-f fi' H - ,fi-f - !-Dx-dd- f If D 5415--- A - F F- C 1 f 'iq Z f J rr 'F Q4 M 0 SQUADRON LEADERS Radwanslcl Prus Rengow slcl 1944' The senlor class has reached the goal for which they have been strrvxng graduatlon At the beg1nn1ng of the year the seniors elected the followlng OHICCYS Presxdent Vxncent Prus Vlce Presldent Frances Radwanskl Secretary Treasurer Elsie Rengowskn The class colors were blue and white and the class flower the gardema The class song was wrltten by Robert Gray Donald Brutout and Frances Radwanslcx As ln previous years Mlss Parson contmued Wlth the Madrlgal Club from whlch a select group was prcked to go to the Mldwestern Con a very successful year debatmg wlth other schools A large majorxty of the semor class partxcxpated m the bond drlves and scrap collectlons On February 10 1944 the senlors gave the juniors their annual party The class under the capable sponsorship of Mlss ane Barley and M155 Stella Barr, showed the Jumors a good tlme at the annual unlor Senior party Semor rmgs came ln February The class play was presented the 5th of May Many of the boys of the senlor class were m the armed forces long before thexr graduatlon day and many were scheduled to leave xmmedlately after graduatlon Thus our senxor year ends wxth many re grets and we are looking forward to a brighter future Z2 vention, held at Farrell. The debate team, under the direction of Mr. Shaffer, had THE SQUADRON Sophie Ann Alekslch Commercxal Gxrls Patrol Club Commxttee Lost and Found Com mlttee Student Senate Snlhouette Staff Homeroom Vice President Homeroom President Donald Angel Academlc Football Ellen Antolml Commercxal Madrlgal Club Yearbook Edxtor Audubon Club Pu lxclty Commtttee Advertlsmg Sllhouette Staff Mary Anzur Commercial Club Committee ames Arthur Academic Gym Team Science Forum Hlstorxcal Soclety S11 Vice President nl Helen Emma Augustine-Commerclal Art Club Advertxsmg Committee Publicity Commxt fee Audubon Society Sxlhouette Staff Patrol Usher Commlttee Silhouette Naomi Clare Austm Academxc Varsity Cheerleader Publlclty Commlttee Audubon Society Yearbook Intramural Basketball Yale Prmce ton Homeroom Secretary Audubon Socnety Treasurer Leaders Tramxng Club Science Forum Stanley Barsczc Academxc Howard N Barto-General Football Homeroom Vice President Victoria M Bartolac-Commercnal Usher Committee Sllhouette Yearbook Refreshment Committee Ltbmry Staff Curls Sports Alf-'lsslfh fxhmilllfll Stephanie Batahlt Commcrcxal Anzur Augusme Sllhouegge Austm Barsczt ff Bmrto Bartolac Bu-4l1L Bells Eleanor Bells Academxc SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 23 S Y , E , ' W , , Y W 6 , V y I f' A, ' 1 , . . 'ig , , . .V 5- 3 A Y I . V Y I - V houette, Glee Club, Homeroom President, Homeroom V ,n . . Y , . , h ' V4 , ' 7 1 , 5 .V , - . 1 1 ' I l , . Y Y .3 - ' v , y , . Y 5 ' . . , . I Y I U K Y Y 1 Y ' . x ' --F . g. . XV E .. . 'X' A ' L A K 1 L I V 4 . 1- 4 THE SQUADRON Bcllas B enlcowslxx Bxxler Blaho Borslco Bowan Bradshaw Brady Bnrcxw Boone Braclcus Brandt oyce Bellas Comme-rc: 'al Scholarshxp Commxttee Silhouette lost and Found Committee Homeroom Vice Presldent Frank J Blenkowskx AC1d6mlC Boxmg Intramural Sports B1slcetb1ll Homeroom retary Ann BIFCIW General Spanxsh International Club Club President Art Club Robert Henry Buxler Vocatxonal Radio Club ,Ja J 7 I ' 'J SJ ester fmalfgf Yggpaorxa-VJDXCC Q "'!'A-X4 SJ qJ,,J'flonoS OCl 9SI Homcroom Vlce Pres ames Boone-Academic Homeroom Preslclent Delores Botsko Academxc Art Club Student Senate Homeroom Presxdent Home room Vnce Presxdent Homeroom Secretary Treasurer john Bowan General Golf Club Intramural Sports Ralph Brackus Vocational Geraldme Ahce Bradshaw Commercnl Band Chorus Orchestra Girl Reserxes Gxrls Athletic Assocnatlon GAA Cabmet Sophomore Club Play Lxterary Programs Sclence Forum Catherine Brady Commercxal Glrl Reserves Yearbook Dale Brandt Vocatxonal Baseball Radxo Club 1 Kathryn Brogno-Commercnal Refreshment Commxttee Fmance Commnttee Usher Commxttee Yearbook Student Loan Gxrl Reserves Lxbrary Staff Prom Committee Fashlon Show Home room Offxcer Mary Frances Brogno-Amdemnc Gxrl Reserves Student Banker Yearbook Intramuml Sports Refreshment Commxttee Usher Committee Homeroom Secretary Donald D Brutout Academnc Student Senate Madrlgal Club Boys Glee Club Inter nat1on'1l Club Boys Patrol unlor Class Play Talent Ntghr Vocal Concert Homeroom President Student Senate Vnce Presmdent Boys Patrol Lleutenant Year book Co Edntor nn Chtef Dorothy Bryant Commercnal Gxrl Reserves Refreshment Commxttee Harriet Rae Callg General Gxrl Reserves Art Club Bowlmg Club Harry D Carrodus Academxc Patrol Internatnonal Club Honor Roll Commnttee Football Club Intramural Basketball Homeroom Sec retary Thxrd Lneutenant of Boys Patrol X K. Brognb If M Brognq b rutou El l f C1rrodus Cirroll Carter C ssxday Cetto Ch fnl C ccx Cnccone Coleman Creese Robert Carroll Academxc Intramuml Sports Chaxrmsm Intramur1l Sports P trol l-lomeroom Officer Russell Henry Carter General Phys1c1lF1tness Boxing Boys Glee Club Harold E Cassxday General Bernadette jane Cetto--Commercnl Glrl Reserves Concert Sxlhouette Mary Charm General Refreshment Committee Gxtls Leaders Trannmg Club Advanced Typmg Intramural Sports l-lomeroom Sec retary Isabel Marne Clccl Academxc Yale Prmceton All Star Mushball Leaders Club Stanley Clccone-Academxc Band Orchestra Boys Patrol Blue Prmt Club Schol arshlp Commlttee Homeroom Presldent Ralph Coleman Academnc Varsxty Football Robert CreeswVocat1onal SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 V B tnhxf W ,'A XE1' , a V fl I rx' ' " C l' Pl ' xii ,Y . l fri 'J' ., . A 1 'tu kj a' X ' , '. 'A , . It' . , 1 , a , r Q c,v v 1 - S 1 H V U .K . 1 . y . - A Y 3 L 1 K . ' l , , y . C 7 1 I ' , ' . ' . l I - .- - - Q .. . , ' ,J I .. A 1 I , , v 1 y ! Y ' . . 1 . . . I A I A A. It 4 .v - v I 1 A 1 1 1 ' y V . 7 ' V I 7 I Q 7 J I . . , . , . . -- 35 C- THE SQLADRON 'Pa- IK' Datley Dale Damlco Davxs Delax Dttz Dolmskt Doroshenlc Dubenslcy Drewnoslct Duda Dudych V Raymond Becker Darley Academxc Bind Orchestra lVl1dr1g1l Club Boys Glee Club Student Loin P1trol Ye-'arboolc Debate Assembly Commnttee Midwestern Chorus P1trolOff1cer Margaret Vlfglhla Dale+Commercml Curls Sports Usher Committee Le1ders Club Club Officer Frank F Damlco-Ac1dem1c Betty jane Davis Commerctal Girl Reserves Usher Commlttee Art Club Bowling Cub jcsephme Delal Academm SCIEDCQ Forum Refreshment Commlttee Edward L Dltz Academic Yearbook CoEd1tormCh1ef Patrol Captam Club OEICEI' Intramural Sports Commtttee Science Forum Gymnastlcs Club Prestdent Senior Bowlmg League Club Offxcer Intramurals Assembly Commlttee Anna D0llnikl Academtc Sllhouette Reporter Refreshment Commtttee Scxence Forum lorxa Jean Doroshenk Acaclemmc Refreshment Commxttee Publxcxty Commlttee Sllhou ette Yearbook Sctence Forum Cheerleaders Club Secretary of Science Forum Drewnoskl Commerc1al Gxrl Reserves A Elizabeth Dubenslty Commercml url Reserves Bowlmg Club Homeroom Secretary Sophia Duda Academtc Scxence Forum tty Martha Dudych General Intramural Sports Concert Refreshment Commnttee Publlcxty Commtttee Sxlhouette Usher Commxttee Harold N Dugan Academlc Renelda Dugan General Art Club Silhouette Audubon Soclety Yearbook Catherine Dumeslc Commercxal Patrol Science Forum Yale Prmceton Cheerleader Usher Committee Publxctty Committee Band Sllhou ette Yearbook Ann Essek General Basketball Student Banker Madrxgal Club Concert Helen Evans-'Commercnal Intramural Sports Leaders Club Patrol Leaders Tram mg Club Homeroom Secretary Bertha Ann Fajtak-Commerclal Silhouette Yearbook Madrlgal Club Musxcal Concert Audubon Society Usher for Class Plays Yearbook Finance Edxtor Harold Fxlbert Vocattonal Chester Eugene Frazier Vocattonal Radxo Club Photography Patrol Homeroom Vtce Presxdent H Dugan Dugan Dumesxc Essek Evans Fajtak Fflbfg 'hulnu Frazne ,sg d IO Q Q Fuchs Gaglxardl autanxs Galatt Gallxetu Garta J Gause Regma Fuchs General Yearbook Cecllla Gaglnardl General Fmance Commxttee Publlcxty Committee Sports Isabella Galtanls--Vocatxonal Sllhouette Leaders Trammg Club Intramural Sports Health Committee Assembly Committee Patrol Ad vertlsmg Committee Homeroom Secretary Treasurer Ellen Louise Galau-Commercxal Publxclty Committee Fmance Commxttee Art Club Silhouette Margaret Amehta GIUICIKI Commercnl Arla Marne Gatta-Commercnal Gxrl Reserves Health Commlttee Art Club Bowlmg Club Homeroom Secretary Agatha Mary Ann Gause-Commercnal Gnrls Sports Art Club Leaders Trammg Club Gnr Reserves Sxlhouette SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 . . , f ' d 'xl N . . , , , , .. . . ' 'T ' 4 - s Q- A , . r 1, ' , . ' . . . 7 1 1 - v ' 1 , , Y 7 Y 3 - ' , - . 1 y , - 'l n y v ! 7 1 ' , . - ig 'L Y Y S 9 Y , , . . . I . v . . . N 7 ! 7 . . , . I I . . -', I . y .. Y Y Y 7 D l . ,I . . I , . -271 J ENIOR CLASS OF 1944 2 94414 Gerazounas Glallorenzo R Gray Haggerty Gerle Godomslcl Gramba D Gray Grzegorelt Gurmusa Hall Hartl mg George Gerazounas Vocatlonal Bowling Team Hester Gerle Commtrcxal l Ladtrs Trarnmg, Clul Uslatr C mam X.r Committee Yearbook M Paullne Godomskl Commerctal Q A Gxrl Reserves Eleanor Louise Glallorenzo Gentral George Gramba Vocatxonal Delorxs Gray Comme rcxal Vocal Concert Sxllaouette Nladrlgal Club Grl R serves Usher Commzttee unlor Class Plat Fashion Slaovt Robert E Gray Academic Band Orchestra Madmgal Club Boys Glee Club Hnstorlcal Soclety umor Class Play Student Senate Sophomore Class President Bernard Grzegorelt General Football Manager Basketball Manager lntramural Sports SllllOU9IIE Boys Patrol Varsity Club Current Events Club Mary Elizabeth Gurmusa General Leaders Club Madrxgal Club Intramural Sports Con cert Mary Agnes Haggerty Acaclemlc Usher COU1YDlIlLC HOYUQTOOUX -I-fL'lSLlfCl' Warren Hall Academnc Homeroom Vxce Presxdent Norma eanHartl1ng Commerclal Flnance Committee Inxltatlon Commlttee Concert Madrlgal Club Yearbook Club Presxdent T t l 4, Hartman Hartswxclc Hendrlck Herter Hertnelcy L Hervo lm Hervoxch J Hoplcrns V Hoplcxns Hornilc MJ,L,r,.4, Lara-1.41 'J CAAJLJ HflfSkO Hudacselc Hulet Humeml-c Hyshalc 'Katherine Hartman Commercml ustlne Hopkins Geneml l Girl Rrscrvts Sllhouette une Hartswlck Com mercnl Silhouette Concert Usher Committee lVl1dr1g1l Club Ye-'lrbook T1lc-nt Nlght Assembly Committee Specml Musnc Assembly F1sh1on Show Donald Hendrickson Charles B Herter Acmdemlc Student Sen1te Scxence Forum Sxlhouette Gym Team Sophomore Cl1ss Vxce President Homeroom Presxdent Agnes M Hertneky General Music Concert Nladrxgal Club Usher Committee In tr'amur1l Gxrls Sports Specnl Musxc Assembly Fash non Show Edward George Hervolch Vocat1on1l Phys1c1l Fitness Club osephlne HEfV0lCh Academ xc Y1lePr1nceton Cheerleader Leaders Club Leaders Trunmg Club F nance Commxt ee Publlclty Commlt tee Intramuml Sports Student Senate Homeroom OHICQI' Club Officer Club Presldent Vlvxan M Hopkins Geneml Alnce jean Hornak Commercnl Theodore Hrltsko-Voc'1t1on'1l Gymn1st1c Team Intrimurwl Sports Homeroom Vlcc President ohn J Hudacsek Academxc Publlcxty Committee Intr1mur'1l Sports Allsna Audrey Hulet Academxc Sclence Forum Historical Society Assembly Commlt tee Yearbook umor Class Pl1y Patrol Audubon Socnety Helen Susan Humemk Commercnl Eugene Hyshak Academlc Homeroom Officer Student Senqte Purol Scxence Forum Intrstmural Sports Boys Glee Club Sxlhou ette Edltor Audubon Society SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 Uri ' ' . ' ,Y M f I V N , . ' . ' . . 5 I4 , , ' ' it I ' , ,-vm. I Q ,. 11, " l4 , ' .1 .K J . U 1 I 1 .L Y, ' . ' D J ' - -K . . . . 1 I - , E v L. 1 4 , Secretary-Treasurer of Club. . , . , , . ' - 4 - ' L 1 ' ' C 4 K ' i K ' A r I , 1 . , I K J Q t 9 I 7 7 . . f l 4 A , 1 L . l A 1 ' l L 1 l v ' . . . 1 r l . lc , t ' Q ' ! v - i - , 1 Y J 1 . , 'L' L V 1 M -K r - V C , 7 T A vi 4 K I 1 - v 1 q l . I - .. 29 - THE SQUADRON Intrlerl ohnson K1llDMOSk1 Kastrlba Ink acobs V ones M ones Karnoslu Karaslco Kazalcos Kxslday Helen Melva Intrlerl Academic Internatnonal Language Club Publxclty Commxttee Xocal Concert Girls Chorus Art Club Bulletxn Board Comrmttee D rothy Izak Commercmal Patrol Ol?-ILQF Football Usher Commxttte Hxstorxcal Society Publxcxty COUIHXIIICL Ytarboolt unxor Class Comm ttet Charrman Fashlon Show Sophomore Class Secretary Treasurer unlor Class Secretary Treasurer ,X N Lllllan Lynn acobs Acaclemnc Debate Dramatlcs Science Forum Hlstorlcal Socxety Assembly Committee Internatxonal Club Homeroom Officer Sxlhouette Editor IH Chxef Nald:-1E ohnson General Drum Majorette Publxcxty Commxttee Fmance om mittee Yearbook Snlhouette Ho room ffccr Vlrgmla ones VOC1IlOh Art Club G1rls Sports fs O Mary A jones Vocatxonal cj Girls Sports Edward Kalmowslu General Intramural Sports Sllhouette William KafHOSk1 Academxc ntramural Debate Intramural Sports Patrol Varslty Debate umor Class Play Silhouette Co Edntor Ad verttsmg., Staff of Silhouette Audubon Society Presl dent General Chairman of Assembly Committee SCI ence Forum Homeroom President Student Senate Historical SOCICIY obert Karasko-General Boys Glee Club PL1bl1ClEy Commlttee ohn Kastrlba General Intramural Basketball Radio Club M1chaelKaZak0s General Vxfrestlxng Club Boxmg Club Homeroom Officer Ann Klslday Commercxal Girls Sports All Star Soccer Glrls Intramural Sports Committee Publncxty Commxttee Cheerleader Leaders Traxnmg Club Concert ....30- X Margaret Dolores Genevieve Kcnltsney Commercnl Refreshment Committee Mary Kostylc Commercial Mary Klme-Acmdemnc Ye1rboolc Sclencc Forum Silhouette T1lent Nxght SCCYQYHYY Usher Commlttee Flower Fund Student Binlcmg Georgetta Ann Kovacxk Amclemnc Homeroom Secretary Audubon Record ng Secremry Irene Kmlt ommercml Ethel Kruppa Commercxal Fmance Commlttee Concert Girls Sports Kelly Klnne Kmlt Koblnlc Koerbel lk OlCUSZlC1 Kolcler Konltsney Kostylc Kovicllc Kruppym KV! Kuny Kutzlco Lambert Laz1r Advanced Typmg Refreshment Commxttee Homeroom Art Club Bowllng Club Club Secremry Sxlhouette Club Concert Usher Committee Madrtgal Club Yearbook Talent Night Assembly Committee Helen Kobhlt Commercnl Fashxon Show Refreshment Committee Homeroom Offxcer Stanley W Kuny Vocat1on1l Rnchard Allan Koerbel-Commercxal Talent Nnght Nhclrxgal Club Boys Glee Club Band Patrol Leonard Kutzko-Academxc Ben Lambert General Football Agnes Kokoszka-Commercnal oseph F Kolder Vocatnonal BOXlng Club Sllhouette Baseball B1nd Intramural Sports Walter Lazar Vocational Band Patrol Stige Squad Capt1m SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 T Band Boxmg Club Homeroom Officer F .V F . 781 ' Y . U' Q 1 rn ,L , E 4' ' r . K . 1 . Y . , -' v l 1 l y f l v ' Glrls Gymnastic Team, Madrigal Club, GlflSl Patrol, . , . . 4 I , , 4 l , . . . , , v . E , , , Y 'Y K . 1 u - y I - . . , U 5 Y Y 1 U I Y 1 L Y K T ' t- ty , .X C N h - 31 - Lento Lnthgow Lytle Manxst r 1 THE SQUADRON Joe Lento-General Intramurals tty Ann Lesondak Commercml Patrol Le1ders Club Leaders Trammg Club Intra mural Sports Usher Commntee Pauline Levkulxch General Ye1rboolc Refreshment Commttct Yenboolc Smff Usher Commxttee Fashion Show lmders Club Ralph Fdwln Llthgow Ac1dem1c D bate Homeroom Officer Mary Llvltskl Academic Raymond Lojek Academic Football Track Anna Louise Lytl1+Commerc1al Refreshment Commlttee Gertrude Rebecca Mallxck Acuclemmc Yearbook Silhouette Yale Princeton Cheerleader T1lent Nnghr Girls Gymnastxc Team M1dr1g1l Club Patrol Assembly Commuttee umor Class Pl-ny Flow er Fund Intramural Sports Commxttee Concert Sc: ence Forum Presxdent Audubon Socxety Correspond mg Secretary Scxence Forum Treasurer ean Manlsterskr General Home Economrcs Club G1rl Reserves Football Banquet Committee Popular Song Club Emanuel Manls Vocatnonal Lesondak Levkullch Vlrgmla Manos Vocatlonal Lwltskl Lolek Student Savmgs Intramural Sports Girls Patrol Lost Nlalmzak Mallmlf and Found Commxttee Assembly Commlttee Home Nlams Manos r0Om OHICEI' 32 . . . 'A x Bn - 'K s S v v I U 5 5 I 7 K 7 I , . Ai Q , I v . ' ', r r . , . , A . . 4 - K I it 9 t I ' T L I , . , Frank L. Malinzak-Academic -.. I V A 1 E , ' T H 1 ' , , J - '- - W I 7 7 - , . , . . , . . K , V . N x he P 1 1 , n A , V y E ,A , 5 y ui W 5 ffl' f 1 Marjorie Marr Acaclemxc Band Concert Assembly Commlttee unlor Class Play Madrlgal Club Silhouette H1SfOf1C3l Soclety Homeroom Offmer Edward Martxn Commercxal unlor Baseball Manager Senxor Baseball Manager Varsxty Cheerleader Margaret Mattern General Harold L Mauk Vocatlonal Phyllis Veronica Mazzettl Academxc Internatxonal Language Club Hlstorlcal Socxety Band Student Savmgs Committee Honor Roll Commlttee Veromca Mazzettl Commercnal Girls Assembly Commxttee Homeroom OEICQI' Stu Clent Senate Officer Club Offlcer Usher Committee Lawrence L. McAll1ster Vocatxonal Boxmg Club Intramural Sports Homeroom Officer Mary Vlfglnl3 McCreary Academxc Hxstorxcal Socxety Usher Committee Refreshment Commxttee Madrlgal Club Yearbook Ecl1tor1nChxef Band Concert unxor Class Play Marr Martm Mattern Mauk P Mazzettt V Mazzettl McAll1ster McCreary lVlclVlahan McNees Muller Mxles lVloneta Muselln Vaclzalc Rollm McMahan Vocatlonal Captaln Stage Squad Radxo Club Lnght and Sound Commlttee unlor Senxor Class Pl1y Yearbook Eclntor Student Court Silhouette lVl1drxg-al Club Assembly Commxttee unxor Class Pl1y Intramural Sports Boys Cwlee Club Hxstorxcal Soclety President Homeroom Offlcer ohn M1ller Vocatxonal Nocatronal Student Councll Wxllxam J Mlles-Commcrcnal Concert Glee Club Art Club Mnlrxgal Club Talent Nxght Audubon Socnety Club Offxcer Robert G Moneta Academlc Snlhouette Boys Patrol Glee Club Madrlgal Club Concert Homeroom Presxdent Assembly Commxttee Anthony Muselm Academnc Patrol Band Orchestra Assembly Commlttee Jumor Class Play Intramurals Mary Nadzalc Commercxal Scholarshxp Commxttee Football Refreshment Commit tee Sxlhouette Clrculatxon Manager Girls Patrol SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 A Yi 32? 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Q , . v .- ' '-I ' 7 1 Q l - ..33- 'Q THE SQUADRON Narkevlc Nussbaum Paptnchak Pastelak Ntaros Palm Papso Novak Pappas Parker Patrick Pecararo rx Ex Joseph Robert Narkevlc General Varstty Basketball Intramural Sports Commtttce Club Vice President Carl Lee Nussbaum Acaclemnc Reserve Basketball Intramural Sports Radio Club Olga Papmchak Commerctal Patrol Concert Madrtgal Club Usher Commtttee Yearbook Club Secretary Classroom Vxce Chatrman Ellzabeth Pastelak General Patrol Silhouette ames ohn Nlaros Academtc Football Varsity Basketball Varsnty Reserve Football Reserve Basketball Varsity Club Student Senate Homcroom President Silhouette Sports Edttor Richard Palm General Edward Papson Acaclemxc Internattonal Club Intramural Sports oseph Patrtck Vocattonal Stage Squad Captain Ltghr and Sound Commxttee un1orSen1or Play Commtttee Yearbook Edxtor Olga Novak Commerctal Usher Commlttee Stlhouette Concert Edna Pappas Commercxal Patrol Captain Usher Committee Concert Sxlhouette William Parker Academxc Glee Club Madrtgal Club Patrol Intramural Basket ball Homeroom Ofltcer Frances Pecararo-General ', fx' .- I 1 ' u 4 ' W X 1 ' Y s. A x 1 I , . yl lx-111 X N to ,K N J X ,, f, lc Mary Loulse Petkash Commercxal Refreshment Commxttee Ann Petula Commercxal Erma R Pfaff Commercxal Audubon Society Lost and Found Commlttee Home room Vlce Presldent M rte Carol Pirro-Commerclal Yearbook Ella Marte Powell General Art Club Assembly Committee Wilma Audra Price Academxc Hxstorlcal Socxety lVl1dr1g1lClub Grls Patrol S11 houette Refreshment Commxttee Francis Vmcent Prus Academnc Intrwmural Sports Reserve Football Student Senate Varstty Debate Audubon Club Science Forum unxor Class Play Clnlrman of Tnclcet Commxttee Homeroom Presxdent Senxor Class President Vlce PFESICQHI of Student Senate Sxlhouette Advertxs ng M'm1g r Petlcash Petula Pfaff Pnetrzykowslct Ptrro Powell Price Prus Puslcarxc Radwanslu D Reader H Reader Rengowslcl Rmger Rnjak Ann C Puskarxc-Commerctal Patrol Student Senate Usher Commtttee unxor Class Play Sllhouette Audubon Society Fashlon Show Homeroom Presldent Homeroom Vice President Stu dent Senate Secretary Sxlhouette Co Edltor Frances Radwanskl Commercml Student Senate Sllhouette F1sh1on Show Yearbook Leaders Club Girls Reserve Club Preszdent Home room Presldent Vnce Presndent of unlor Class Vlce Presndent of Semor Class Y1lePr1nceton Manager Chairman of Cnrls Intramural Sports Commxttee Fac ulty Typmg Donald Reader Academic Football Patrol Harold Henry Reader Amdemtc Intramural Sports lntramuml Sports Commxttct- Elsxe Louise Rengowskf-Commercial Fxnance Committee Concert Homeroom Offtctr Sec retary of Semor Class Co Chalrm1n of F1n'1ncc Club Fred Rmger Academnc Football Trick V1rs1ty Club Mildred Rnjalt Commerctal Patrol M1dr1g1l Club Concert Assembly Committee SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 . Q .. . - , ' 1-' - as ' , ,Z , I . , , , , in' A Y - I 7 - , - . 7 9 - ' ' - - y b y 1 A - v 3 I Y ' Stella Pietrzykowski-Commercial . ' . J. ' Y K - 7 E . . . ' y . - V D . . - . , C - I f - ' ' ' x . Y 3 I ' 4 1 , t , L . - - U 1 , , I . J . , . , . ' . . . . 1 , . I ' ' R ' 1 5 . , v ' 1 x t . 3 . . 1 1 1 1 A ' ' .. 35 .. THE SQUADRON Rosenbauer Raso Rubel Russell Sapp Sanders Savle 497' Scalese Schenker Rowley Russo Schermerhorn Norma Grace Rosenbauer Commerctal Sxlhouette Yearbook Concert Madrlgal Club Paulme osephme RasokCommerc1al Ycvtrboolc Arlette Beryl Rowley Academxc lVl1clr1g1l Club Student Saungs Dorothy Rubel Commercial Fmance Commxttee Yale Cheerleader Intramural Sports Concert Usher Commxttee Gymnastxc Team Doris Russell Commercxal Concert Talent Night Madr gal Club Leaders Club Yale Prmceton Cheerleader unnor Class Play Intra mural Sports Fashlon Show Homeroom Vnce Pres: dent Russel John Russo-General Varsity Club Varsxty Football Reserve Football R serve Basketball Intramural Sports Wxlllam Sapp General Intramural Sports Sclence Forum Glenn Sanders-Academnc Science Forum Club Offxcer Nncholas Savle Academic Football Reserves Intramural Sports Football Club Lena Scales?-Commercxal Fmance Committee Girl Reserves Bruce R Schenker Academmc Intramural Basketball Homeroom Vxce Presxclent jean Schermerhorn Academnc Concert Stlhouette Edxtor Yearbook Editor HISIOFI cal Socxety Talent Nxght Homeroom Officer Patrol Assembly Commxttee Usher Commlttee 'J XO V N.. Wllllam Schmldt Vocatnonal Boxmg Club J Ruth D Schmidt Commercnal Scholarship Committee Invxtatxon Commlttee Concert John J Seaman Academxc Intramural Sports Honor Roll Commxttee Band Lost and Found Committee Cvymnasttc Team Homeroom Vlce Prestdent Anna Selley-Commercxal Gxrls Patrol Ruth E Seraclt Academxc Photography Club Leaders Tralntng Club Hxstorxcal Society Sllhouette Finance Commxttee Assembly Commxttee Yearbook Edttor Vnce President Mary Rose Seyboth Academnc un1or Class Play Usher Commxttee Yale Prznceton Cheerleader Student Bank Sxlhouette H1stot1calSo ctety Girl Reserves DoloresV Staus Commercxal Dorothy Sklarsky Academxc Concert Refreshment Committee Snlhouette Audubon Society Scnence Forum Usher Commxttee Mary Smetanlca Commercnl Yearbook Gnrl Reserxes Dancmg Club J re ffp 14, XV Schrnldt R Schmtdt Seaman Selley Seraclc Seyboth Sxaus Skl1rslcy Smemnlta D Smnth N Smnth R Smith Solcalslcx Solcolowslcy Span Doris E Smith Commerclal Patrol Stlhouette Circulation Manager Homeroom Offncer Assembly Commlttee Madrtgal Club unlor Class Play Yale Prtnceton Manager Talent Nnght Health Commxttee Student Savmgs Concert Floor Show for Prom Yecnrbook Edltor1nCh1ef Fashxon Show Spectal Music Leaders Club Educatxon Week Commxttee Homeroom Secretary Class Chalrman Audubon Soclety Naomx Mae Smxth Ac'xdem1c Silhouette Assembly Commlttee unxor Class Play Student Senate Homeroom Presldent Homeroom Vtce Presmdent Stlhouette Gxrls Sports Edxtor Robert N Smlth Academxc Band Gymnastxcs Madrtgal Club Track Boys Glee Club Student Senate HlSIOYlC8l Society Homeroom Presndent Ruth Agnes S0k3lSkl-COfl1l'l19!'Cl'll Catherine Sokolowslty-Commercnl Andrew Span Academlc Boys Patrol Science Forum Popular Song Club S11 houette Internattonal Innguage Club Student Senate Intramural Sports H1stor1c1l Socxety Cwymnastucs Homeroom Presxdent Student Senate Recorder Presx dent of lntcrn1t1on1l lwnguage Club Patrol Sergeant Chcurmwn of Property Comnnttee for umor Class Play SENIOR CL ASS OF 1944 v vv I, Q t' , jf yyx I L Sf! ,-f w r , 0' J 1, -f fwuf, f A s- LPJ " J , f V 6 ' 'S C A ily: S i , px-' - gif 'A '- g, Q P 1 X - v " O l - - - , t , , J A Y - Y . 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Y Y ' . 7 ' Il. 1 ' . 1 I- - y 1' ' Y C D I . -- 37 - WV fT1g,LD"lQ A RON my Llla Esther Speer Commercxal Yearbook Angeline Sposaro Comma-rcxal C onctrr Harlan Springer Vocatnonal Stage Squad lntramural Basketball Commxtttc Patrol Score Board Basketball L1ght and Sound Committee Football Reserxe Club Electmc Shop Fort-man Alfred Sullivan General Intramural Sports Helen Sudlk Com mcrcxal leaders Trammg Club ll ouette Ltaclcrs Club Pa trol Health Commlttee Gmrls Intramural Sports Con cert Usher Commxttee Invltatnon Commxttet for un 1or Semor Prom Yale Prmceton Player Homeroom Secretary Hazel Pearl Stewart General Kate Stolar General Refreshment Commlttee Scholarship Commmee Margaret Sterner General Refreshment Commuttce ames I Starr Ac-ncltmlc QCICHCC Forum lVlaclrlgal Club Boys Glue Club Irma Starr Commercxal Bulletm Board Staff Fmance Commnttee Publncxtv Commlttee Homeroom Offmer Speer Sposaro Sprmger Sullnvan Suclxk Subroslcn Nhchael Sp,-ock Amdemlc Stewart SYOIU Sfefnef Football Gymnastics Track Varsuty Football Captaln Starr I Starr Sproclc of the Football Team 38 f f ' . 1 I v, vb A f .' l 1 A . , N .FQ J- xy . . , . 1 . 1 ' - , rl . Il 1 I x I K , ' I K Q J I Il Lf' 1 A xv V . 1' ' f - Q 6 5 'A ' r . , N . n y E . 7 I. . A , ' J l QT 6 I 6 Michael V. Subroski-Vocational 2 - i K V 0 I , " ,5'T,5f:E2'-,gf '- Swagel Syrek Taggart Tallari Ten Tishky Tomaszewski Topolski Troychak Tylosky Ulbrich Ulizio Olga Yearbook Editor, Historical Society, Publicity Com- mittee, International Language Club, Silhouette Home- room Editor. Stella F. Syrek-Commercial Student Banker. john Wesley Taggart-Academic Madrigal Club, Boys' Glee Club, Football, Intramural Sports, Student Court, Homeroom Officer, Josephine Tallarita-Commercial Intramural Sports, Leaders Club, Usher Committee, Concert, Girls' Patrol, Homeroom Secretary. Stella Teny-Commercial Yearbook Editor, Intramural Sports Committee, Con- cert. Dorothy Tishky-Commercial Silhouette, Yearbook Editor, Finance Committee, Re- freshment Committee. Dolores Tomaszewslti-Commercial Dolores Lucille Topolski-General Intramural Sports. Vlasic Vrankovich Wagner Mary Troychak-General Property Committee for Class Play. Helen Tylosky-Commercial Frank Ulbrich-Academic Varsity Reserve Football, Varsity Reserve Club, Student Banker, Student Senate, Archery Club, Junior Class Play, Intramural Track Team, Intramural Basketball, Science Forum, Historical Society, Audubon Society, Homeroom President. Ann Marie Ulizio-Commercial Audubon Society, Concert, Madrigal Club, Publicity Committee, Silhouette, Cheerleaders Club. Helen Ann Vlasic-General Drum Majorette, Silhouette, Publicity Committee, Bul- letin Board Committee, Tumbling, Girls' Chorus, Con- cert, Sophomore Fashion Show, Girls' Intramural Sports. Rudolph Vrankovich-Academic Boxing Club, Intramural Sports, Student Senate, Homeroom President, Tamburitza. Dorothy Wagner-Commercial Gymnastics, Varsity Cheerleader, Usher Committee, Leaders Training Club, Intramural Sports, Concert. SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 THE SQU DRON Wagner Wagoner Ward Warkonyt Waslo Watach Wellxng Welsh Wolff Wood Work Wlozmalc x r A demt O 5 1 Sudent Sen1te Yearbook E ttor H m r cm P sdcnt Stlhouette Edntor PI Eugene Wagoner Acadcmtc Publnclty Commxttee Student Senate Property Com mxttee Class Play Sclence Forum Gymnastxc Te1m Homeroom Offtcer Fr nces Ward Academxc Silhouette Audubon Club Steve Warkonyl Vocatlonal Intramural Sports Wxlham Waslo-Vocattonal eorge Watach Vocational Student Court ury ames Welling Academlc Clarence john Welsh Academlc Varslty Cheerleader Sctence Forum Boys Patrol Stl houette Boys Glee Club Intramural Sports Student Senate Homeroom President untor Class President Student Senate Presxdent Classroom Chaxrman Chair man of Club Commtttee Yearbook Edltor Chatrman of Publxclty Commlttee for untor Class Play Willa Jane Wolff Commerclal unlor Senlor Prom Commtttee Homeroom Vice Pres :dent Gloria A Wood Academm Sxlhouette Refreshment Commxttee Homeroom Offx cer Usher Commtttee Htstorxcal Socxety Girls Lead ers Trammg Madrtgal Club Thelma Work Commercxal Gxrls Mushball Helen Wozmak Commerctal S XS THE SQUA RON Dorothy R Wright Commercial Refreshment Commxttee Llllnan Wozny Vocatnonal Leaders Tralnxng Club Leaders Club Homeroom ec retary Vice Presxdent of Leaders Training Club x Boxlng Club Irene Yawer Academnc Art Club Aclvertxsxng Committee President of Lnter ature Club Secretary of Art Poster Club Ethyl Zgamer Commercxal Sllhouette Hnstorxcal Socxety Girls Sports Usher Commnttee Madrxgal Club Alice Zxberna General Concert BettyM Zondas Commercial Scholarshxp Committee Silhouette Usher Committee Stanley Zublk Vocanonal Reserve Basketball Boys Intramural Sports Thomas E Lemon Vocatxonal Radlo Club Edna Kretzler Vocatxonal D Wrlght P Wright Zgamer Zondas Lemon SENIOR CLASS OF 1944 41 Wfozny Yawer Zxberna Zubxlc Kretzler 'Q x K3 ' ' -A I Q . 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COMMERCUUJDEPARTMENT The Commercial Department prepares its students for participation in the business world. The course of study consists of shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, business economics, business English, and a knowledge of how to run business machines. In addition to the subjects taken in class, each member of the depart- ment has an opportunity to have two weeks' office practice out of each quarter at one of the school offices. Many of these students enter the local industries and are very valuable aids to the war effort. Miss Cease is head of the department. LANGUAGES A guages French was resumed thus year after havlng been dropped during the 194 43 term because of an lnsufflclent number of students Many of the language class 65 Caffled OH OUtS1dC EICUVIUCS SL1Cl'1 'IS bOWllI'lg ITIHYCIICS VOC'lbLll'1I' cont Ci y ests an partles 1n order to ellmxnate the monotony of conjugatrng and declining Amhrldge H h S h lg c ool IS dolng all 1n its power to mduce its students to study languages Bliss Duffy IS he1d of the department MUSIC The music for semor hrgh school IS dx vxded into tuo parts the girls and boys chorus tor sophomore classes 1nd mixed chorus for the junlor and senior classes The work IS all group xnstructxon but each lndx vidual smgs for the recorded grade The muslc classes were grouped as one chorus for the concert on February 17 These class groups have entertaxned 1n the sen1or hlgh assemhlles during the past year The depart ment IS headed by NIISS Parson 45 . al ' ,y . Q 5 ' ' .Ni . , I f A If , , a 1 'll ff ,f ' X u N A e The students of Ambridge High School have taken a great interest in lan- ' . . . ,- , . - . . . . .-A C I A If . 1 A . g . A , . , ' Y SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY The Ambridge High School enriches the school curriculum by providing library service for students and teachers. The school library not only acquires and organizes li- brary materials, but also shares with the other school departments the responsibility for valuable social training by giving instrucf tions in the independent use of libraries and reference books, by encouraging the practice of informational and pleasure reading, and by developing the library habit, lVliss Moiles is the Librarian. HOME ILLONOMICS Ambridge Junior-Senior High School is indeed very fortunate in having such a well-equipped and such a well-staffed Home Economics Department. The depart- ment, which is supervised by Miss Feick, consists of four sewing laboratories. three food laboratories, two model dining rooms, and a model living room. The Senior High rooms are considered to be the best equipped in this section. Miss I-Iancher, Miss Settino, Mrs. Howarth, and Miss Hawkins comprise the Junior High staffg while Miss Swayne, Miss Hawkins, and Miss Feiclc comprise the Senior-Junior High staff. The aims throughout the whole department are: ill to train girls to be better members of their family groupsg flj to establish an appreciation of the jobs of the home and some ability to carry a share of the responsibilities of a home- malcerg UQ to teach girls how to practice healthful habits of livingp f4j to teach home application of school work. Work is required in the Junior High School and elective in the Senior High School. One credit is offered in all courses except Vocational Economics, in which case the girls may earn two and one-half credits. ENGLISH A common language is a very important factor in the unit of a nation En lish Y - f S f the fundamental subject of all American education, is under very capable direction in Ambridge Senior High School. The sophomore and junior courses are stand- ard, but the seniors have a choice of College English, English IV, or Business Eng- lish. The aim of this department is to have every student be able to express him- self, orally and written, in a satisfactory manner. The department is supervised by Miss Althauser. SCIENCE The Science Department, of which Mr. Lauf is head, consists of biology, physics, senior science, and fundamentals of machines. No chemistry was taught this year because it must be taken in the senior year, therefore, all juniors and seniors took physics. In the physics classes they performed experiments and took notes. The biology classes were composed mostly of sophomores, but juniors and seniors could talce it if they wished, the biology classes also did experiments. The senior science classes consisted of juniors and seniors who preferred to take it in place of physics. The Science Department provides a thorough training in biology, physics and fundamentals of machines. The students have at their disposal seven laboratories and much experimental equipment, which enable them to better understand the im- portance and usefulness of the scientific method. One who successfully completed the course emerges with clearer comprehension of the laws of nature. VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT The Vocatlonal Department of the I-hgh School IS playmg an 1mportant part m our mar effort It trams boys for various mllltary and mdustrlal work There re hve Vocatlonal shops Auto Nlechanlcs Draftmg Electric Machlne and Wood uork Thr dmftmg boys must have great sklll ln the use of draftlng tools and 1 wxde xnsxon of objects at 111 angles to enable them to construct on paper practlcally any form or shape Mr Keusch capably hlls the posltlon of draftlng mstructor The future 1uto mechanlcs must for the first smx weeks learn about automoblles from nooks then they t1ke cars apart and put them together under the SUPCYVISIOD of Mr Todd The electrxc shop boys study mostly electrical theory before they do actual work Thls book work keeps the boys thmkmg and gets the day started right Electrlc shop has the job of electrlcal maintenance of the schools The stage squad and llght and sound squads of football games are boys of the electrlc shop The motto of the electrlc shop Govern yourselves accordmgly xs a pet phrase of Mr Axrell the electrlc shop mstructor The machme shop ns one of the most mterestmg shops because one sees many machmes domg all the work, although the boys must know how to operate the machmes The boys IH the machme shop must take care of and repalr the machines Mr Arnett IS the 1nstructor ln the machme shop The boys 1n the wood shop study the structure and bulldmg of houses furnl ture etc They also learn the use of power tools Mr Wolfe IS the mstructor Thns IS a brlef outlme of the Vocational Department The Vocatronal Course IS dxvlded mto two parts related subjects and shop work Mr Taggart dlrects the Vocatlonal Department To enter the Vocauonal De partment you must have an I of mnety per cent Therefore you can see that the VOC1flOh1l Department has a hlgh standard of requnrements The Vocatxonal Department has many former pupxls who have hrgh ratmgs 1n the SCFVICCS and are on all the battle fronts The related subjects are taught by the following Enghsh Miss Settmo Math r Nlccaughty Voc Hygiene, Mr Siegel Ind History Economics and SCICHCC r Rothermel Related Drawmg Mr Hoskins, Related Science Mr Keusch A-'-G azffcf f 48 1 , . t .1 . I r 5 1 : 7 y 9 1 ' 3 I K I v .T C K I. C C . . I in ' . . ., I . 4 1. - u ' an - 1 9 . , . Q r , . , . .Q. . , r . f . t f , ' y Q 1 M . g , . ' , . . f Hu- 'X I' A i Z QQ.: ,. X? ,4 A. ' f 1 x J, 0 , ,PV n A b..1e,,, I 6 1 N"-Uv. 5, ll Si 4 ......4 if + ' Y 1.1! s '3 A 3 MATPI War strategy of today requires the people involved to be mathematically ina clined. Matheiiiatics. even though it is not a required subject, is very important. ln senior high the mathematics consists of: Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geome- try and Trigonometry, and a half year course in Refresher Math. Miss Forcey is the head of the Math Department. The department is under capable direction and every effort is being put forth to prepare students for college, the Armed Services, and positions in life. SOCIAL STUDIES Social Studies in the Ambridge High School is composed of World History, American History, Problems of Democracy, Business Economics, Economic Geography, and Consumers' Education. These subjects are required of everyone in the academic, general, and commercial courses. Our aim is to have everyone familiar with government, the trends of the times, and an understand- ing of how our government functions. Mr. Bining is the head of the Social Studies De- partment. HEALTH This year Ambridge High School has maintained an excellent health program. Free medical and dental inspections together with X-Ray and tuberculosis slcin tests were among the services rendered by the health department. The medical staff con- sists of Dr. Joseph Pore, Mrs. Jean Fisher, and Miss Adeline Loschiavo. Cur high school also retains hygiene as a part of its health program in order to persuade the students to acquire those habits which are beneficial to their health and well-being. The result is a varied and purposeful health program. Miss Spahr is the head of the Girls' Health Department and Mr. Siegel is the head of the Boys' Health Department. 1 Scfzaol sw, XLNIA NI-X fl R X r 1,51 x IL I 1 U X , I 1 v :iff .XEN1 .I.1te':'. :If1vrAg:v,1t.l:u1Tr'L1'. Ulf .'X!'E'!'ILig1' H31 Sch-ml. 4 Nlllg IWr'.l1xc'Ix7 YHLI lmvn 'wr nur' Ircrwwcw IVIX'C.1IHx'l lmm 'rw Hx' w.-Xxumfwmfgr f1lgI1.K',t'V-EH plmigfmlf-1.wf K.wwx:gE1m.1 .111 wtf-r'11:rx'. Q11 In-I m,flg!'1'.. I w lwmmf-' fI1lIV.L'lUR'1'. I L1'lA".1'..T'CU1U!'N Xxf N11 111 f- fr- iw. Y --z1".I1:'z'.1x11:lr,i I!1CUI1fEl!I uw xx' ' Xzvwfxrpfriv lin le. .rx ma xzvlm III fu-:J .wr xx I!rZI1",Q1!'lU'I,lIllIflz'g!'.lX.'. 'Ir i' 'A' VTQJ1 Kwzwf '. ' -if-it THE JUNIOR CLASS Two years have passed smce the jumor class walked 1nto the Ambrldge Semor Hlgh Cchool w1th that wide eyed look wondering what was gomg to happen next two years of whlch many hours have been devoted to useful studylng under the excellent guidance of apa fy ble mstructors and ln whlch many hours wxth thenr superiors the senlors have been thoroughly enjoyed nbc x hi Thus class has shown much interest rn our school actxvmes Some Moranz Walter Lazorskx Stanley Majcher Harry Sweesy Hartford fx Granntz and Pete Loschlavo m football, and the sharp shootmg basket ball players Rudy GlSOndl oe Karasek Pete Feron and Matt Gold man Another accomphshment of the junxor class was the annual class play A Full House presented to the public on November 18 1943 It was under the dlrectlon of MISS Gertrude Lee and the cast consisted of Parks Conrad Davis Susie Gladys Lindsey Ottxly Howell Mary Ellen Cormack Mrs Wm necker, eanne Dltz Daphne Mary E Carver Nicholas King, Wxllxanm Connor George Howell, oe Lesondak Dougherty Wllllam Okowasky Polxce Rlchard Matson Clancy Eugene Tupm, Mrs Pembroke, Leona Halloway Mrs Flemmg Naom1 Irons, Vera Vernon Constance Augustlne Strano Towclmak Vacca The Jumor class greatly appreclates the Hne cooperatlon and patlence of thexr class advnser, Mxss Forcey, and her assistant, Mlss Duffy The followmg were elected class officers Alfonso Strano, presldent, Martha TOWClmalC, vlce presldent, Dan Vacca, secretary, these helped to make the class and lts actlvmes successful Yes, those once "peanuts ln heaven" soon reach the top and many hearty thanks are extended to all of those who helped to make thrs junnor class one that will never be forgotten m the hlstory of our school 52 '-,wg 4' ' -1 4 " 4 - 11332 . . . 1 C ' sr A - - ' ' ' ivvliwg, . I .., , f , ' -iw? J , . ' . 4 . t i-."9xi',1 - . . ' QW' K of OUI' IUOSI WOI'tl'1y SPOFICSITICI1 WCFC COht1'll3L1tCCl fl'1lS class: gyjp' .1 xg Q, X ' ' ,fy df- " 7 1 9 v .Vff , ' ' , , ' - - fi A 2 1 ,I 1 1 ' QQ 73 ' 7 7 7 ' : , ' s ' , ' 4 ' , s . ' - J 9 , - 9 9 J 5 , 5 , 4 , ' - 3 ' 9 I 7 ' 1' ' - X, in 1 ' - , , Lwlm L44-wake-rw. -1,'a,2,yb6 '-- Pio wuz A559 Mile. Z0 f cg,gJ.S-,Q WK' MaQfHf1 1.L qqozddcli 11 A Plrst Rom Nhlonev 'Xhcgrow xI1I'1ll'1!'lS fetch Curkox ch Hisson H111 Nhrun Olson Second Row Ghss Xlwms Nlmffur Lehn Roisl Nnlpu Yergi Dimes Kulmslu Pollmg Third Rom Ieornrd YN ood Slmulxck Przyamxchnaxnkl N11r1d1k1s Pomcll 'Xllcl-my Evfms Guzin Sc CCI' if r on on I1 1 ls ur 11 ir in BUHH L ond Row CP' z x Tupm -X .zu 11111 Tn '. V- . 'V - 4- -- f - V. X V ,K '. , lw L. 1 'O cw I, A , 3 - 1 , 4 Ll -Q " -as - Q 1 Y v L' r QA I. -:Fx ,, 33 7-' ' T1 Q 4 , L , ' 11-B-F1 sr R ':.-Ur 1a . Bi .. CI R I . BK kg . .-Xugus::1o. .TK frm. SKC v: .armies skm. Wfardic. ' 11, , 1.1.i1.1n. Buskzrk. Bc lc. .-Xlior . ' :rd Ro v: Thomxs. CLITTOLELLS, Buck E 11C FIYSI Row Dol-hrt Aleksxch Fzlcone Urda Wcmloshik Nhller Gowmsky Second Row Benms Glsondx Fearon Buccx Iorfido Sccond Rom Vlfigncr umet Athens Ciplxskx Knopxc Nlncpm Bmw Bogbs 54 ' " '5 1 1 , A ly 1 1 is K 1 - A a - 'Z y v 1 ll-D--Flrst Row: Angus, Gerle, Girgash. Glammaeto, Brlctic, Farkas. Spagnola. Zzlppm ' 'I K , Q b Q , 1 ' , - - ' . ' ca ...ig Sccond Row ohms Imdiunr Rcbmaon B 1den Bluktvrd CFIININ funy.,ros I5L'1 Third Rvw Cosenrmo Ikriuss Kclllngnr fnlundar 'Nlortxmnr Ixrscm CIFIIICIOII 11 F F1rst Ron urczak ohnson XX hlrred Yhzrern Chuppfn Braun Cormurx Secord Ros Hooiugh uomskx lkornosm Lmdsex Wa sum Ikokenda Ro 'ik Thmrd Ron Penh Gamma Brmola Fmbher Drobnak Krol SS :L 4 W, 4 3, H N' , i sw A ' 5 : 1 Q W I ' " A sr 1 -' ' plz -,, . P a' Q 's .1 ' ' 5 . vi Q ., H f X .H H Q ' 1 W V -. Y' ll-E Wflxrst Row: Carver, Gruszychaskl, Flctchcr. Fitmnle. Hvrrlsh, Gross .. . f. u . ra '. 4-74 , Q . Y -. ,'. , Yak." .Q ' A - 4 -- J J " '- 1 v - - V -v , , 4 . v: . Q . I ' . ' . 5 , ' Q. cg ' 11G First Rom G1pIHSkl Iwler HHIKICO Knatz M Kefals Kamavis Nlxller Brown Second Rom Kuny Nukulnk vlch ak Vukov1c Plesh Nhller H Kef1l1s Nnpwlxmn exp IIH FIFSI Rom Smith 'Nlartm Nlahilxc Hrxstko Nlcconnell Carlson 'Vlirzxo Second Ron NIOFFISOH Kmghton Hermexy Karasek Z1zm1rsky Lems 56 ': 7: I 1 3 I v I - I a I v ' 1 S - Third Row: Vim. Ivlakows aham. Dillzio, Edmonson, Goldman, Mnjchcr if lv . H . . . -.' 1 , X V . . 7 . V. . . VI. ll Flrst Row Sonk Ranjak Tite Skuby Hoover Irion Str1Her Prlcc Second Row Skomeszny Munson Rlethmxller TISHIC Smeckx P1steur Morxnz Third Row Stmno Trukoskl Tkitch Sokoloslcy Blmkey Sw11n Se ond Rom Spo inch Tur mL Remard G12-c ams Paul Bozxck as er anecko Rox e Thxrd Ron X10 ox n Kendr vc Okowaskx Xlazzem Uenoskx Shaffer 57 X -Jw ' I Q ' 7 G , , , ' 7 4 , A 5 V x f 1 I s If a v - C 1 5 Z K 7 -T L 7 7 V v YK L 11-LYFHSE Row: Roppo. Levkullch. Stewart. Rlch. Xloyer. Surowlec c ': L ' . c' '. . lc , . , J 1 . J " . V . , . 1 . ': . A 'xc . 1, . ' ' ' '. . . . ll I First Rom 'Vlauro Hemz McKenney Porter Margan Saunders Dntz Solus Nourgn Second Row Nesbmtt Martln BHIISII Moffett Benq Halloway N111-r Baron Rosenbcrger Vxelczynsnc Slmgluff Second Row K Hmger Terlesky Stoner Szataryn Czerwmskl Smeesy Stevsangx 'X '5 u N 7 H-I.-First Row: Pavlakovzch. Sutton, Stiles, Suprock. VC"agner. Seyboth. Vlfanch' 3 Fxshcr. gt Q - ss - 'ik .Rex 'Nu THE SOPHOMORE CLASS II ly...- N1 The sophomores entered the doors of Ambrldge Senior Hugh ln September feellng bigger than ever But later became known as peanuts from heaven by the jumors and seniors Under thelr class adv1ser Miss Ethel Althauser asslsted by Mnss Sara Adams they have proven to be one of the most outstandmg sophomore classes Officers chosen to lead the class were Donald Granxtz, presldent, Eddxe Burlett, vxce presx dent Mary Lou Kesner, secretary, and Alfred Hallaman, treasurer Although the upperclassmen mocked the sophomores they gave them 1 hearty welcome at the Sophomore Receptxon In the llne of sports they contrlbuted Teddy Kasper Edward Baran and Ray Morelll to the Fall Pow Pow while Victor amclcl and Donald Gramtz are outstind mg basketball candidates The1r 'um IS to be tops and the junlors and the seniors add that they were 1 swell bunch Kessner, Gramtz, Hallaman Burlett 59 1 fu . 5 I fs .J Vu-1, ' K JI! 7 f , 1551: , -L 4 . 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Kopec Kuhn Cummmgs Nexman Spignolz Steveson Klak XVl'11teh11r Frvnkxewxcz Petro Druzxsky Myers Rosso Thxrd Row Falso Hovmcc RYZOWICZ Copus Fausu Mxller Zakarxan Flemmg Pusmskx NISE Mlhovnch IOP First Rom Moore Graham Dent XX ood Rose XXIQTVGI' Goscmskx Chantonuk Folmo Second Rom 'Doha Karas Sotyrou MlSkUl1H N1omqu'z S1mon1 Gllmore Thxrd Ron B1b1cL Nhllcr Tosh Dmsrrxan Hemz Nleuscl 6 -1-- . ' , . ,J , , , . , . , , .- ' 3 K7 5 9 K 'rf 7 7 K 7 , , , - y ' 7 K 5 S f Y 7 7 Y , , -- .. . . r . . , , L , , L , ': , ... ' ,. .. ., , ': L ',. , ., . , . qi .', Kew 10 Cr I-xrsr Row Chabah lkosms INlcC1ndless Bwsum Kmrlnl Nhru Fngsrrom Bohren Huppnnrhil Qneond Row Mlhilsky Teny Ruskm Rimjczylc Llplnskl Pugir CJ11mm1r11 Young HC!1dFlCLSOU ROf,lI1Skl Thxrd Rom 1I"llCkl H111 usx Qchlmonsl-cy Depxetro Fetch Vmccmm Nlxckex Ixon1n.zxck1 ond Ron Clrrvi Kirrnwas D-Vvrm Xluz Xlebn Kcsner Gum H rrrarn Pirrx Bonner Reefer Tn r4 Rom 'Nlxnmk Gereba Berdu Prusxck Izak Tempq sm Boncm Xlmse Span 63 ' 1 . . , ' XLN-H'7FlFSf Row: McFarland. Chkenowsky. Lombardo. Dawson. Shaperr. Marrm. Robmsky. Sec 'z "z. K .'. Q .. :..1.. -. e . 1 ' ' 'ze ': . k W. . ". .1". 1 '.. . . 1. . g- P X 5-Wfgy 4 f g I Vu I1.hUf 'X x . , . 'V y 'D Flrsr Rom Grubgr V1 ccorsi Qmcrmin Frm Rcnmn lirruy link lumrravu Loschnxo Second Row Suu No Q GaorL,11d1s l"l'1!'llLRl I1 C1LlI1IUII1Q.,hH1'l fx 1 5 Thxrd Row Gmnxtz Enrlny Kucnl Vk1l1nom5Ly Ililukl Fauumkn Fnst om 0 OIOMSLI Beinun Pilmer Duxx Bow I5 Y1l 1 H12 Exx s Second Rom Bug-'!l1I"xl Cohen Gifmgln XX oud5 Cnirrul Pxpnh 13 Cgruru Duhn n Smrzhck Freed Giguzxs Thxrd Rom Bilogh Bxers F9112 Denuff Gioni 'N1cGmns Kxspgr Bcdx HODLIIIS G-uehouse 0-1 Y-I-A 'z '. .II .. .1 . . 1 ., N. Fi k.. .'j-npl. K' ,I fuk ': all II. H j. . . -'c. - 1 ' . . fun' ' ': . , 1 H, 11. "K ' lU--I-- R 'z S k ' ' . .K.. . 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Operations and Task Forces Leadership is iinport1nt tocl1y fhtrefore 1 student should l11ve responsihili ty and be c1p1ble of thinking for himself P1rticipat1ng in various 1ctivities develop these ch1r1cttristics to 1 nnrlxed extent Witl1 this in mind Amlnridge High School activities are made purposeful 1nd practicable Cooperation 1nd efficiency is the key word in all of them this proper attitude the system in Amhridge High is a success Represenmtves 1ttend v1rious contests and conventions throughout the state As one ne1rs com pletion of school he lxnous that his training is 1 decided asset to him He has obtained the ability to organize 1 prime essential oi' a leader Working out de tails becomes a habit which pays rich dixidends to him No thought of tear or lack of self confidence befronts this ind1v1du1l IS he leaves school to race others He emerges from Ainhridge High a true lea er 66 - Q i 1 1 . , ' , 1 K . 1 ' 'i i 4- Tal-Qing part in anything carries responsibility with it. Since the students talce Noiwufwi lf' 'T 5'- kgx -Y- Ji f FJ K ,J f?ffi1-fX "4'?x....,- 129' - D 5 f- 52- fy r 'F 'F rv A MADRIGAL CLUB Flrst Row Prus Pipxnclvilc Hirtlmg Mccreary Nloneslcl lrxm Brurout Iorhdo P1rker N Smith Kruppi Vxoluslvxlc Rowley Schermerhorn 'Vlirr Qeconcl Rom Fajmlc Hirtsmlclc Hertnekev Esselc Rosenlnauer Wlelner Starr Koerbel Byers Germusi Klme Nlilllclc Augustme Russell Zgmner NI ss Parson Tlurd Rom Grey Smmth Wood Be'1m'1n Powell Xllles Nlazzetu Dixley Young Nlonera Nloroinz Gmx Kenclrxz G1sond1 Slmullclc K3Y1SClx Lmclsay Rnmlc ORCHESTRA Flrst Rom K1fg11!1IS Frnclercis Gnmmwtteo Ch bolw Bogiz in Gum Bena Bwrlvxn Soul: Nlorrlson Timson Q1 ond Rom Buf1lm C1 conc Spolirlclm hXlton11n G1l11,,'an Nlr Sporny Lmdunre Cohen Bwrto Vlxllcr Tlurd Rom Slauk Knxgluton Thomis Turclc 'Nlus lm Kula Griy Dillev XX 'agner Ancler son l-Hnilcoxxclu Consentmo 68 'I . 1 1 . s 1 '. 1 . ' . 1 1 I , ,, . . 1. 1 . '. . A 1 .1 'Z 1 . 1 ' 1 . . 1 A . 1 1 1. . A 1 . . . 1 . A , 1 . . 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'Yf L' -11 '11-.111 S11 11-1 'l1'!'! 1111r:1 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Fxrst Row Fmanre Augusrme Anromellx Austm Dugan ohnson Intrxerl Herxoxch Wanchak Second Row Lcxkullch Smrr UIIIIO Karnavis Birnharr Rexrhmlller McC1fTrey Gwhtx Vlislc Thxrd Row Sutton IW Nlock Wfigoncr FINAIN CE COMMITTEE Fxrst Row Galleu Harrlmg Warm Kmxt Wanchak Gaglxardx Serack Second Rom Suprock Flsher Lehn Gxammarreo Herxoxch Farkosoxsky Patrxck Tlnrd Rom Robbxns Lrda XVoytncov,5k1 Byers Brogno Bemgley Matnec Conner : . . . . . .J , . ' . 1 " . .. '. 1.n.. K, . I , .., Q . , . , . v , . , . . , .. . , Q. , - - 1 ',' .. ,, - f f , . , q , Pl BLILITX QOMVIITTFE Advertising is the main job of the energetic uorlx ot the Publicity Committee Uncler the sponsorship of Nlr Clyde Nloclx X ho is also the head of the art Lltpart ment the Publicity Committee is responsible for malting posters for all school events such as the tootball and basketball games school social and the other special programs They are also responsible tor the distribution of the posters appearing in the local business establishments The Publicity Committee consists of about 70 members who meet altar school on Mondays when necessary to receive their assignments FUN -XINCIL QOYIVIITTEB in making this committee successful 1 highlt appreciate ly the scmol and tht tacu ts There are approximitelx twentx nie members xx elpe in tithcr st ing or collecting: ticlsets at all football ancl basketball games anc a so lor special programs held in our school The co chairmen of the committee arc llsit Rcncou slti and Norma Hartling ' 1 7' 1 W L J gi V Y, 5 I I -gh ' Y I T 1 1 , 1 L ' L l J The Finance Committee of I9-13-1944 is sponsored by Nlr. Snyder, His worlc ' " 'K Q ',' 'si du' 'Jlt z ' 1. lj. ' . Q ' Q X' " " ' 'ho h cl ' -' - ,-alla Y r ' ' . - - Q 1 A i 1 . - QF - Y '- Flrst Row McCreary Dumesxc Schermerhorn Dltz Brutout Daxley Welsh Wfagner Swagel Serack Austxn Hulet Second Row Hartswlck Antolmx Levkullch Mlss Kozak Mxss Trembly Mr Mock Teny Radwanskx Paplnchak Third Row ohnson Smith Shletroma Tlskey Shaw GflHlfhS Braun Cormack Moyer Carver Plrro Rosenbauer Urda acobs Bartolac Malllck Izak Fourth Row Dugan Fajtak Raso Speer Fuchs Smetanka Hartlmg Hall Charnx Maceross Flttantl H Levkullch Russell Klme Brogno YEARBGOK The Class of 44 presents thls edltxon of the Brldger for your enjoyment and appreclatlon The staff, made up of sophomores, junxors, and senlors, has tried to present a plcture of the personnel and actlvltles wlthxn our school We hope, wnth the and of this book, to help you keep ahve the pleasant memornes of hlgh school days Edltors m Chnef Edward Dltz Mary V McCreary Dorls Smlth Don Brutout Senxor Class Edntors Kathryn Brogno une Harts wxck Faculty ean Schermerhorn Marte Pxrro Co Edt tors Finance Bertha Fajtak osephlne Raso Co Edxtors Nalda ohnson Betty Schletroma Norma Rosen bauer Peggy Shaw Lula Speer Hester Gerle Dorothy Txskey Renalda Dugan Lnllnan Grxffxth Marne Pnrro Stella Teny Norm1 Hartlxng Mercedes Urda ean Gxammarm Buffle Carver Mae Hall Rachael Flttante Helen Levkullch Susan Charm lm Slmgluff ane Moy er Margaret Maceross Mary Kllne Glorla Doreshenk Ellen Antol1n1 Kathryn Brogno Clarence Welsh WHOITII Austm Mary Brogno Vxctorla Bartolac Bertha Fajtak Clubs Stella Teny Editor Elsle Rengowskl Rachael Fxttante Classroom Ellen Antolxnx Dorothy Tlskey CoEd1 tors Ethel Kruppa Mae Hall Underclassmen Pauline Levkulxch Mary Brogno Co Editors Mary Smetanka Regina Fuchs Vocatnonal Department Editors Rollin McMahan oe Patrick Sports Roy Wagner Gertrude Mallxck Co Editors Mary Ehzabeth Carver Frank Ulbrxck Andrew Span Eleanor Radwanskx School Orgamzatlon Mary Klme Ruth Serack Co Editors ean Glammatteo Susan Charm Catherme Brady Art Robert Carrodus Naoml Austm Bronco Alek such Raymond Darley Clrculatmon CoEcl1tors Olga: Svngel Clarence Welsh Typxng Dorothy Izak Frances Radwanskx Olga Paplnchak Sophxe Aleksxch Coxer Sophxe Aleks1ch Art Sponsor Mr Clyde Mock Typmg Sponsor Mxss Rose Kozak Yearbook Sponsor Mxss lVlyrtle Trembley . 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Z 3 3 ' 5 y - 5 - -. -f6- Flrst Row Thomas Xvxllxs Tarqumo Gray Kolcler Kraselc Pavlolcouch Altonmn Alelcslch Cens antlno Spolarlch D'11ley Gahagen OL9l1lCl1 Hoslcmson Kuny Nlorelll gecond Row Haber Slmon Nlaxwell Hall Nlouradmn Barsyz Kmjtrslxl Ktrrs Gts r leopardl Fetch Garbmslu Georgeattls Bufalml Ombres Nlarr Nl fxrelry KL1blClxl Knxghten Robinson Thtrd Rom Seaman Rexzhmlller Harrlger ones Carroll Bxler Nettncr 'Vlosur1 Nlour Rom G Birto H Barto Powell Re thmlller Kuntz Ronasky Hrxcylc Nlustlm XX me ner Cxceene Tlcatch Nlalmowslcx Morrmson Nallecorse Phzlllps Rosso Fourth BAND Durmg the wear the Garnet and Gray band made the best showmq m the h1story of the school Ir played for every football game and paraded between halves played for all the pep assemblies marched m the Armtstxce Dax parade dedmated honor rolls played at Army and Nam E presentatxons and for the hrst t1me m the h1story of Ambrxdge Hugh they marched m the Santa Claus parade ln Putsburgh The hlghlxght ol' the season was the Spring Concert Ir was one ol' the best musncal programs the band had ex er put on lxluch of the credtt for the bands success should be gn en to the dlrector blr V NV Spornx x ho by h1S leadershxp and ceaseless effort x as able to mold the band mto a ss ell ltmt mus1cal organxzauon Qi MJMMAL 14" fb A3 1 1 . . . 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YJ rv: La. .XM " I 'l CL . -L1-.nd S Ml . 1. f"r.mQ 1r',XY'.'r-rIJw:n111. .ml l.m.'N x -x x x ART CLUB s R4 IIHKFILII Y1u1rd Pomgll Bunk NOX'llx Rurhmnller Pnellxs Levkulxch Pappns I14 Rm Sung Imdsu Cobcmskt Shglskx AXPPILQUISE L1B1rr Pipidus Zippy Cirlson REFRESHMEINT COMMITTEE fwb R x XTOYSQHI Suigel GL. 1 Bufil H1 Lexkullch Pelkash Charm Kozak Birtolac 9 ond Rom Lough Brogno Fltmnte UIIZIO W rxght Skhrskx DOl1I1Skl Ioschmvn Dxcl-:ey TIITCJ R -Xmol I'1l Charm K zlfoskx Tiskolskx XIIWTZIO Q Y FIIIT m: ff". . '- . ' '. ' '. '. ' ' . . . ' . . Exim T vi X: j'. . 3 K 4. H . ' , . 1 . . L 1 ' . 1 . Tlnrd Row: Alcksxch. Nlrs Lang. Nir. Nlock. Hhs. Cochran. Valavanis , v . , . . ' 'I ou. 4. mx . 4. . ' . 4 . . , . . g M b , V . . . .., L . . . . . , . - X . . . - . f mv: . .1 . z . Q - . ' .. . IL N I Kill K L X1 N mv Il qw 1 s MJ SN Nl L Ag E L LW my lr 111 L ll 11 - 11 11 no 11111 I 111 1 e 1 N I1 ' 1 at l x N Q Nl XNR l l Nl . 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'1'1cf' 111 " '11 v '1 11 fl ' 1111 . dw- -'cV'p14c1- 1 1 bg 1 4 H -d '1 - 1 ' A J 4 g ' Q H s ' UQHFR C OMMVI TLE rsr R w B1 amin Ausrm V Mwuu P M nun Xflrs B rr w mu Hurwu gerty Woloshwk Svmgnl Sclurnurhmn DEBATF Fust Row Cuammarreo I. Prus Prxsxu 'Nlr Shu r DIZ Buhren Iwcobs Second Row KSTHOSICI Y Prus Gihugan Wk F1 0 ': 'a K . ' , . . . mx .- .. :s ll 1 I3.llL'.KI'lllW1ll.IJ '-ll. 1' . ' x Second Row: N, Smlrh. Vvoods. Wvnssuxn. Klmc. Brum. Sudmk. Uzcknv. Rnvmk. Zgmncr. Hag, U 7, , , ..c. ,. .bl , s , USHER COMMITTLIL The Usher fommlttet is vote on y the Stu ent Senate l' elr job xs to usher at the eunmg performances of all school plays and programs They also dnrect audxences to thexr seats at events sponsored by local authorltxes ln the high school Miss Barr IS the sponsor DEBATE SQUAD The Debate Squad sponsored by Mr Shaffer consists of ten members Al though debating actlvxtles have been curtalled for the duration m many schools throughout rht natxon thxs vcar has been very actlve and successful for the Am brxdge debaters They have gone to several schools to partlclpate In debate tourna ments Some of these tournaments were at Struthers Ohlo on anuary 15th West Vxem on February 18th and 19th St oseph Academy In Greensburg on March 4rlm Ambrldgt on hlarch llth and lastly to end the season the State College l,lI'ISl7L1I'bl1 on Nlarch 31st and April Ist The questnon for debate thus year I a xtrv educatxonal and timely toplc namely Resolw ed That the United States should join m Reconstxtutmg the league of Nations Some members of the debate squad roolt an actxxe part In the Pennsylxanla Student Congress on December 3rd and 4th at Nlunhall Sersxng ID the senate xt re lllll 1 acobs and Wlll13H1 Karnosln eanne Dxtz and Vincent Prus were seated ID th House ot Representatlx es and Verlee Lynch was a page 91 1 W ' " S " d b' d' . 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' -' ,,. ,c First Row Seyboth Price Striffler Mallick Kline Marr Barkan Gnmmaeto Schermerhorn McCreary N Smith Swagel Botslco Radwanski Antolini Augustine Second Row Brutout Hyshalc Martin DIIZ acobs Alelcs ch Izalc Sudilc Smith Zgainer Mazzetti H9YV0lCh Austin Span Arthur Miss Schermerhorn Third Row Ciccone E Hervoich Karnoslci lVlclVI'1han Wwgoner Patrick Lazar Wagner Lithgow Gray Springer Prus Welsh Ulbriclc Blaho lVlcNees Roman NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY per cent of the highest ranking students in each Senior High School The qualifications for admittance were based on scholarship service leadership and character After the grades had been compared for the three years, tue upper third of the class or seventy eight members were retained for further rating Also the upper third of the junior class was eligible for continued classification The highest number of points possible in scholarship this year was fifty five nd forty points each for service and charact r The quota for leadership was one hundred points which was divided by two to put it on an equal basis with the other traits The eligible students wer rated in the service and leadership they had rendered during their high school career In character they were rated subjectively by their teachers The points were then totaled to find the top ranking students Fifteen per cent of the senior class and tne ten highest students of the junior class mere admitted to membership in the SOCICIY This computation was supervised by Miss .bchermerhorn and her committee of Miss Smith, Miss Settlno, Mr Rothermel and Mr Taggart 9 1 ' Y K 7 1 9 9 I I , I , -Q ' , ' 1 J- , I 1 , i A , Y , J , - J- , , i , A' K Y Y Y 5 Y " E 7 K The National Honor Society, a nation-wide organization, consists of fifteen . . . 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Combat Our hxgh school offers a complete and thorough trammg course 1n gymnastlcs, mtramural sports, and varsxty sports, whlch may be compared wlth the trammg of an Alr Cadet The students recelve their prellmmary tralnmg ln their sophomore year and are taught the elementary twists, turns, swmgs, and posmons whlch they wlll use in the1r advanced trammg course during the junlor year In the flrst few weeks of tramlng, lessons nn exercxsmg and tumbling are given ln order to acquaint the students wth the basnc rolls and turns The next phase of the trammg IS puttmg into actxon all the mstructxons whxch the candidates recelved durlng thelr fxrst fem weeks At thxs tlme other ground tactics such as football, basketball, mushball soccer and the obstacle course are added 1n order to develop coordination and qulck thmkmg At the time of hxs prelxmmary tfalfllhg a student who wxshes to try for an advance position must partlclpate ln extra actlvmes on either the reserve foot more year IS completed The student IS then ready for the advanced course of his junior year Trammg m the Junxor year IS more advanced and the students are permitted to use some equipment, namely parallel bars, horse, and rmgs Instead of basic posmons they are taught all sorts of tactics Among those taught are handstand shoulderstand, dlslocatxon, skm the cat, swmgs, strattle, wolf, and vaults When this part of the advanced tralnmg IS completed, the student h1s learned all that 15 necessary for the combat tralnlng as a semor The semor year 15 the chmax of two years of mtenslve trammg Combatnve exercxses, games and stunts are the headlme actrvmes of semor combat Thxs phase of trammg IS devised m order to permnt the students to compare their physical abxlntnes with those of other students hrs age The combat trammg of a semor may be summed up as follows w1t agamst wxt, power agamst power As a result of thls CHICICHI combat tramxng program tomorrows Amerxcans w1ll be not only more physxcally fmt but also more alert 94 ball or basketball squadrons. When all these tactics have been learned, the sopho- Nlhlehw 4 fig -P ff Ga! U31-3 If 3 'gif-D f r -P - F f i- f A ,JP I fx Fw... .mn W-A ,...r ""Y"rr Fxrs Rom Bono SOIOINICII Nimnrhcr Ioeelmlxo Sproca Goldman Xuew Qtrmo Birin Qncond Rom Ix1n1L1s Aspnoms Qhullk IWLOFSLI N1 ros XX 'mrdle Glblfldl Cisprr Lwmlurl Thlrd Rom Cowch Rulunstfm lVl1n1ger Gregory Col1.m'm Iuxs Nlorwnz Rmgrr Grzntlz Feren L Coach Kiril lsob Alllbfldge Ambrxdge An bridge Ambrldge Ambrxd e AlY1bf1dg6 Ambrlclge Ambrldge An bridge Football Record 9 O Monaci 0 Har Brack 7 South High New Brighton Ben er F1115 Ahqulppi Rochester Mldl3I1d Norvsm Rubenstein Karalsltsos Ht ad Cc ach Xss t Coach FOOTBALL The hlstory of Ambrldge I-hgh s 1943 football season went on record as on of she most lmpresslve ever played The Brldgers opened the season under our lights by whlppmg Monaca Z9 to 0 Plungmg from the one yard lme earlv ln the game Captam Sprock scored the farst tally Tn the second quarter Iojek and Su eesy scored after runs of 35 and 13 yards respectxvely and after being held scoreless ln the thxrd frame Sprocle sprmt ed 14 yards to land pay dlrt agam Wlth two mmutes to play Kasper tackled Monaca s Rmso behmd the goal for a safety The second fray was wlth a hardened Har Bracls team and If ended ln defeat for the local lads being defeated 7 6 although they outplayed the visitors Achmg for revenge and mth their motto remember the Har Bracls game, the Ruhenstelners soundly trounced South High 53 O New Brxghton then fell vlctnm to the Ambrldge powerhouse The Brxghton Brandt intercepted Qweesys pass and raced 70 yards to score The all important ex ra pomt was blocked Shortly thereafter Sproclx leaped into the axr to pull dow n an opponents pass and sprlnted 80 yards for a touch dow n Wlth seconds left to play Loschxavo stole the ball on th BI'lglXIOI1b might and crossed the goal lme unmolested Sprc cls al though under tcrrrhr stram mad the df.ClhlXC lslfls to cnd the game III xxttorw for tht Bri gers -X st ong Beaxtr Fall aggre gatxon nas unable to stan up agalnst the unrelentmg power ot the 'Xmlnrldge eleun and honed hx a score of 13 O 'L .lr I' - Q 4 " ' ' T L ' . e V T C . V V I 1 K . . 1 . T L 4 . V S L T L V I ' . I V ' 1 , I 4 H ' V Q 1 1 - 1 ' 4 , 1 . ' 1 1 , U 1 - , e L 'I I . . x Y. . ,, n ,, ,. , - . . boys were the f1rst to score when . . ' ' 5 1 . e ' s' Q7 : s . ' ' ' ' X .' . - 6 A r Y . '- I s K -- ,, W-, 1-lx .-. an ' V , . v. ffi , P? 5- 25,24 .iw- ,Q4 x. Q7 if nf fa. i V. 4 .. fp x l Mi 4 -, ,rr tx-I X' V S J 'Q rf aivgf rv. fur 1 , s 'reg - 5 ." fi' 1, n , uf , ifusjfk As .g,',. , 4-. 1 ,' I M, '. E. Av I la , to xi: q A ff, 1 3 ' 'Q 'Z' Q 1 . . X Q z J, .. Hg' 'Q-gg ', :fy nf g, A ai W 1 f ,- J.. ' f. 1 ,C 3 25' , ,, 2 WB 1 J, Emu. ffiw: . ..M"' 3 A' 1. .A S'f'.ls A "-.., S sdg"'9 , Z- FR J' Q., xg-- Q , , I 1 F ul 1 D 1 Haig' The next hurdle was with our rivals from across the Ohio. On a wet filelcl the highly favored Indians drove and pounded 75 yards against stubborn resistance to score their first and only touchdown as the second period began. Young plunged across the goal to make the score 7-0. In the third quarter, the Aliquippa lads being held on the ground, took to the air, and had their first aerial intercepted by Sweesy, who sped 80 yards with beautiful interference to score. The scoring ended when Russo took the ball from Sprock on the statue of Liberty play to make the extra point. The final score, 7-7, was a moral victory for Ambridge. Meeting the Rochester Rams the following week the locals dropped the game 7-0. Terminating a sustained drive, Phil Colella, Rochester's brilliant halfback, sliced through tackle and dashed 14 yards to score. Twice the Rubenstein pupils threatened but they lacked the punch to score. The Midland game was a breather for our lads winning 40-0. Sprock led the attack with 34 of the 40 points and Lambert scored the other when he snared a pass behind the goal line. Ambridge ended its season on Armistice Day swamping Norwin High 32-0. Speedy little halfback Russo scored twice in the first quarter on runs of 75 and 13 yards In the fourth frame Sprock raced 53 yards to score and Matt Goldman sprinted 44 and 24 yards after many reserves and all the seniors had seen action Thus Ambridge completed its very successful 1943 season with six wins one tie and two losses The lettermen who have ended football careers for Ambridge High are Cap tain Sprock Niaros Russo Coleman Rin er Lojek Lambert and Angel First Row Athens Kolder Wood Kendrix Mickey McC1llister Second Row Hud'1sek Kuchni Alesich Nlr Serene Dcspinos Carter Prus BOXING CLUB The boxing club was one of the organizations in athletics With Mr Serene as its sponsor and coach the boys worked out every Wednesday and Friday Though unable to hold matches with others they invited in a professional boxer who gave the boys some tips Realizing that ju Jitsu will soon be a major sport and since it is good exercise a division of the club was innovated for this study To develop and learn to find themselves was the aim of the club and this was one organization that really accompli hed its goal The officers are oe Kolder Bert Kendrix and Eugene Mickey 99 7 7 7 7 , . , 9 7 , g , 7 , ' 0 : Y 7 V I V ' 5 I I Z . Y -7 i Y ' I I Y L Y Third Row: Dudych, Valavanis, Nlorclli, Nliller. Altonian , V I ' . . . I - , . , . '. . . . ' I s . : J , , . Frst Ro Goldman Smpenxc Csondn Nnaros Lewns Karaselc Narlcevxc Second Ro Coach Rubenstein Gregory lVl1n1ger MOf1n7 Farrcn ASSliI1l1f Cc acll Karak xtsos Ass stam Prmclpal Snyder Ambrxdge Ambrlclge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Amlnrlclge Ambrxclge Ambrlclge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrldge Ambrlclge Ambrlclge Ambrxclge Ambrxdge Ambrxdge Ambrldge 1943 44 Basketball Record 100 Avonworth COf3OpOlIS Monaca Donora Donora Avalon Burgettstown New Brlghton Ellwood City New Castle Beaver Falls Allqulppa New Brxghton Ellwoocl Clty New Castle Beaver Falls Allqulppa Burgettstown ' 30 , 47 Y V . ' 44 , ' 17 , , , I 32 ' Z9 ' 27 . 35 . Ambridge 49 ,, 7, ,,e,, , , , Rochester . 39 H HV . A 53 , ' 34 . 56 . . , 26 . ' 44 ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, , , , ' ' 36 , , , ' 35 , , , . 41 Y Y . . ' 41 , VARSITY BASKETBALL Wash but one letterman back lm Nharos the 1943 44 basketball squad faced a tough schedule beglnnlng wlth a home game wlth Axonworth Hlgh Paced by Rudy Glsondl and oe N3fkCVlC the Brldgers won by a score of 30 76 f naar, :hs wa the next victnn and as Captain nn 1N1aros rolled up a total of 10 pomts the rest of the team came through for a vlctory score of 47 17 The Brldgers over ran the Monaca Five by a score of 44 74 as oe Narkevxc shone again with 13 po nts followed bv Andy Moranz and Bob Lewls with nzne and eight pomts respectlvely Nleetxng thelr farst loss of the season the Brldgers bowed to a strong Donora team by a score of 17 74 But at a home game the Brldgers gained their revenge over the Donora fave wxth a neat 37 76 vlctory The Brldgers were handed their second defeat of the season when tl e Avalon Five trlumphed wlth a score of 34 79 Addmg another vxctlm to their 11st the Brldgers defeated a strong Burgetts town High team by 77 71 Tn thexr f-IYSI game of the WPIAL Section HI race Ambrxdge beat the New Brrghton team ln a thrlllmg game by a close score of 35 37 wnrh oe Narkevlc and Matt Goldman headmg the polnts Sparked again by 'Watt Goldmans 15 points the Brldgers defeat d the Rochester Rams 49 78 In a thrlllmg game the Brldgers downed the Ellwood City team with an over tnne game period when oe Narleevlc tied the score wxth a foul shot na the last seconds of the fourth quarter and got himself a basket 111 the overtmae period tc wm the game by a score of 39 38 Matt Goldman also shone with a hlgh of 17 pomts New Castle found Ambrldge a tough contender when the Brxdgers steam roll ered to a 53 31 victory Pete Fearon was hfgh scorer with 13 points With the scormg of 1-larr and Peete Beaver Falls handed a 47 34 defeat to the Ambrldge team led by Matt Goldman wxth 1 points Then the Bridger Five thundered back by defeating their rxvals Ahqtuppa In a close 6XC1l'1I'lg game by a score of 56 54 Narkevxc LEWIS and Goldman led the Begmnmg the second half ofthe Sectlon 111 race the Ambrldge Fne drt pped a 41 76 declslon to New Brighton Once again the Brldgers oxerran rhe bllwoo City team m a last seeon tempt WN a score of 44 43 oe ar exlc got tae aa x If a te secon ft 111 ta 1 st quarter an sunk a Illfllllllg basket to wm the game e eating the New fa te team for a secon time wlt a score of 33 3r1t gers put themselxes mto rt p ace a ong wuta A 1qu1ppa an axer 1 Bur agam with the scoring of Peete ax Harr the powerful Beat er eam trimmed the Aembrldge fate with a 41 35 setba le Then in the flnal game of the Vs PIAL Sectnon 111 C111I11plOllbl11p race the Brldgers were ellmlnated when the Ahqulppa Fue trounced them bx a score of 74 41 w1th Suder and Chlzma starrlng for the ulps Endmg up the season an good form the Bmdgers returned an enoage nent wlth Burgettstown and defeated them 41 1 le ' e ,-I' 1 L , - I ' e - J ., . 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TW . - 1 :AAN Z ' lf' l RESERVE BASKE EAI,1,, EEEE fjffff M WDM 'E P' FIYSE Row Ftclxo Ry owuc Bobwlx Guhsh lVl1jcl1er 1l1Clxl Fc th CJI'll1IKL P lmrchtlt Second Row Coich Ruhtnste n Angus flVl1rngerl Despmes I11lc Asilsmnt Prmtrptl Sw, dtr N cgorslm Cwmcron ASSlSl1I1I Coich Kiriltxtsos The Ambrxdge Reserves coetched by Mr Rubensteln pl1ytd tht 1943 44 smson mth the eblectlve of se1sonmg an mexperrenced team for next yulr The Ambrldge secondarles scored 1 79 In um ovu their hrst opponents uhtn they met Avonvt orth Coraopolls proved to he the next vxctxm on the Ambrldge roster 1s they homtd 79 16 Ambrldge nom In the mln column took lVlon1c1 Av1lt,n 'md Nut Brighton by scores of 44 76 77 I9 76 respectlxely Teimworlc and excellent cotnchlng trxumphed 121m 1s Amhrld dttmt d Rochester 76 23 'md Elluood City 78 73 Am rldgt lost thtlr next gime when New Brlg mton idmmlsttrt 1 nm: poxnt efeit Ykllllllllg out bv 35 76 I uno Cltw dat sxent tht A1I1bI'l gt PI'8llll1lI'1'lI'lCb lx 1 ont tmnt lm 4 Nleetlng Ben er Pills the Budgets tools them bv 1 scott of 4'a v0 In tht game mth Atllqulppi Ambrldge ended :ti se1son x 1th 1 I9 I8 sttlwclt T is seison proved to be one ot the best ln the hlstorx of the Annhn gc Secondlrles The squad consisted t anlcltl Stepanlclx Gmnltz Gull h P t h Nlatcher TlClx0 Rsozulcx Izalx Ferrence lkiraselt Bobnlt Ptchuthnlt Nlngotsltl 1nd Desplnes 103 'va .W 1, me . 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BOYS GYM After takmg 1 year of gym work under the dxrectlon of Mr Rubenstein many boys wlll consider 'army life a snap Within a week after school started the boys were guven gravellng workouts Twlce a week they gathered to exercxs Often the puplls could be seen taking calesthenlcs military drill climbing ropes and golng over the obstacle course however they enjoyed themselves by taking part lh relay races mushball football and basketball games Many of the lads took part 1n have the gym team track team and boxlng club Moreover these cl1sses were taken very seriously by the students As these are the men who w1ll be hghtmg the battles of tomorrow they are strxvmg as never before to develop themselves and, hence, become good soldxers and sound cltxzens O l05 9 L 1 A - . . , Y, . K . I . . Y Q , . . . 7 . . . Y . . 1 . 7 v 7 . I . . , , , 4 1 x V Il'1C lI'1lII'3n1L1I'al S8!'lCS of basketball g3.!T1CS. As 3.11 OL1!gI'OWIl1 of the gyln classes 'WC S y , A , K W ' P 1 V A ' I A CHBLRLILADP RS LLUB The Cheerleaders flub lb compmed ol' six semors Clarence Welsla Naomi Austm Irma Starr Ann KlSId3y Dorothv Wagrer and Pcluarcl Mart 11 and seven junlora ulltt Falcone Francis Thurltms Ama Ha son Ann LXIILOXICIT Fav Was sum can Qteuart and Ray lXfIll10XXSlxl The Chetrltadtrs fluh is sptnbortcl and Clwccttd lx hlrs hflargartt Cook The xaralty 5quad 15 composed ot two parts the regulars tonsrstmg of three boys and four glrls and the tumblers made up of sux gurls Dtvlded mto thetr respectlwe groupb they cheer at both football and hasltethall games Thev are an energetxc group of boys and gtrls ng Nlmow sk: Nlartm Welsh Klsxday Stewart Austin Wassum Hasson Cutkox lch Starr Thurlcms Falcone XX agoncr 106 1 1 W 1 1 9 1 4 J f 'C X X 1 -Y x ' I .. K -1. Q -lui- Q ,L . .' f. ' ', t t"x 4 t '. I Q , A - f7".'-Z.. ., ., , .Q Q' C, A Y . -. r-V ' A- t I ' X, v C. . . . YALE PRINCETON GAME Thxs annual game IS held on the thlrd Friday ln March Mnss Spahr m augurated thxs event rn 1932 This yearly event IS patterned after the Yale Prmce ton game at Oberlm College Alma Mater of Mlss Spahr Only the femlmne mem bers of the hugh school relatlves and friends are allowed to wltness the game The players are packed from mtramural basketball players and from the Lead ers Club A gxrl must have average scholastic standing and have an mterest m sports Practxces are held two weeks before the game The Prmceton rooters and thexr cheerleaders are dressed m orange and black costumes Followers of the txger decorate half the gym Bulldogs decorate the ot er half Blte and whxte umforms are worn by the Yale cheerleaders and black and gold by the Prmc ton cheerleaders The players on the Pr ncetcn team were Alfr da Szafaryn captain Helen Sulca Mary Bober, Vlola Massocc forwards Sylvxa Zxvlc Evelyn Chmcllla Irene Hrynewnch guards Res rves Pelrl Z3Wll'lSkl Frances Lehn Martha Towclmak Isabel Clccl Yale Dorothy Bonzo, Sophne Matlznga Margaret Graham guards Reserves Eleanor Radwanslcl Martha Lar son Margaret Dale Naomi Austm Dorothy Kellmer managed the teams, assisted by Doris Smith and Frances Radwanslcl M ss Spahr was aSSlSt8d by Miss Stella Barr lxrst Row Bonzo Marllnga Graham Sudxlc Sulca Ceshna Szfaryn Bober Masocko Chm chxlla Z1v1c Hrynewxch Second Row Larson E Radwanslcl Dale N Austm Nlmss Barr NIISS Spahr Clccx Towc mal: Lehn Zawxnskl Thxrd Row F Radwanslcx RIZI Seyboth Rubel Herxonch Cochenaur Cormaclc Russell Starr 'Walllclc Dumesxc Smith Kellmer 107 - C l . . 7 ' ' , . l . 1 ' ' 2 . 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