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

 - Class of 1952

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MONUMENT TO THE PIONEER SPIRITOEWEARLY fly ' PENNSYLVANIA. i l. 'We ,J ,, V-. +A., Q nm, 'QTE- - 1 f I I m Q 3 3 1 u 1 . . 1'- f fi T S 5 2 Q? H P 4 Q 'Q L T, Q 5 A 54. 5 Q' . Z X w - f L rx Q x 1 'Tift ft Qlwgif 1, Lfl We PERINTENDENT DR. HOWARD G. SQUIRES Dr Squares although comparatuvely new nn thus offrce has proven has abrlrty as a cap able leader He keeps the wheels of ourschool system runnrng smoothly and effuclently Hrs encouragement rn our pep meetungs and as semblues as In our other school actrvutres shows hrs keen Interest un our student body PRI CIPAL DR MICHAELF SERENE Thus man urges us to do our best nn every thrng He has rnterest nn the school and nts actrvntues as lsevrdenced by has attendance at all events athletuc or cultural rnwhuch we partncrpote 6 ' I I .. . . 1 I s K ' Nix . . Jil' :P ! k . . - T 'K' 'A . Q - - ' ft . ,.f'?"iZs . . . . . . tpffi F n, 'E . --., . . . - . 'L J? "Q ' , ' - .',,,t 3 . i rdx. A DIRECTOR 'IIIIIE 'I Cllll ELLIIII DR WILLIAM BINING As student counsellor Dr Blmng comes ln C IIIIIC IUM Dr Benkert s Influence has been stamped wnth undeluble :nk un our character Hrs everlastmg patnence and understandmg have won our hearts close contact wnth the student body and guides them to their aeslred career An understandung of young men and women and their problems makes hum a wlse counsellor and admurable leader IIIICATIII AL IIIIIECTIIR Mr Taggart has supervased the actnvltues of the vocational department smce I940 Under hus able guldance and competent leadershlp our vo catnonal department has developed unto one of fme reputatuon Mr Taggart also supervuses the actnvnty program of our school 7 i BOARD OF EDUCATIU The members of thus board are those who have made our school not lust an unstrtutron for learning readmg rrtrng and rlthmetuc but a place where each student can learn to meet lute squarely tram for the future and become a better crtrzen of tomorrow 'vs N li ' vw f D .04 'll 'N Mrs r r Mrs John S Malcher Mary Lerper Joseph Bufalrnl James Drrenzo Edward Laskowskr Thomas Garland Martha Kluz Eugene Capu' - fx 1 -,,... MISS BA EUERLEIN Superintendent Office IRENE KAMINSKI Superintendent Office MARGARET STRIFFLER Superintendent Office LOUISE SERACK High School Office IRENE HRO High Sc ol Office E BEZUSKA School Office R E SARKASIAN Direc of Curriculum s Office METELSKY Fi nce Offce RAN JM wisp , Alma Adam T pewrrttn Betty Brres Algebra I Wllmerj Adams ClXlCS Rose Bogovrch World Htstory Ethel Altha user Enbllsh IV Twtla Bovard GeorgeC Axtell JohnC Barner Voc Elec Shop Engltshl 9' 4' Harry E Ftnk Jr John D Budtmtr Amertcan Hlstory Sc lence Economtcs X Erstlle Costello Frank W Desanzo Dtstrrbuttve Ed Drama World Hxstory Hygtene EdwardF Drake Gym Health Yum George Barth Ind Arts Math Jack V Burns 7th Grade Math Mtchael Beley Ind Arts ale John E Chapala Auto Drrvtng 9th Grade Gen Math il Mary L Duffy Irma Etbeck Estelle S Fausold Latrn Engllsh III Home Economtcs Muss Grlffufh's suxflw period Spcmsh Class seems to be respondung well 10 . A Y X - .X .,, . , A.. 5 n' K . ' 1 ' ' 3- ' 1 +A A ' X v - 1 It I +1 3, I l -A 'S+ 2 l '26 T t A ' -Q' 5 ' V 1 ku , 'fill 5 A , E M . A - , , l we l ss .-A -1 'Q' ' G' if-E I O.: .g , :A EL xx X ', ' in V4 l, X .. " , - -, A . A , -s ' 5 . O F l h l J A , I - ' . I . . A I V . . U I l ,. I -Q. , f- ' - Q A el az. 6 X ff ' V , wi A rf, - st X . J. ' . .1 1 N 3 fn" , ' - ' , , .xl 4 ' G - V Katherine Forcey Algebra II, Solid Geometry, Trig. Yoland Giammatteo Bookkeeping 18:11 if l ,X N I N : 5 . X i Thomas E. Hoskins Peter I. Karakitsos lakh S half' y Virginia Griffith Katharine Haberlen Joseph F. Hlista Spanish II, French English II Biology I 8: II English I X pn- . 5- ' -f j A -, 4 ' Vi? 7 f ' 5. sv- 'v 5. 'L Helen Hodges Samuel Keusch Elinore B. Mermelstein John M.Kokoski Olga M. Kolcun Leonard Horsman Biology JZ! Rose Kozak Sec. Practice Rel. Drawing, Mech. Eng., Math. Mech. Drawing Typewriting I 8411 Boys' Hygiene Homemaking I, Drawing, Algebra I II, 81 III Q 'K , , ' P J I S, , 4' c Stella Lazar Joseph A. Lombar A.J. Lukachek Ruth Lutman Fem McCune Mary Margaret McKeown Health, Phys. World History Am. History Art Special Class Shorthand l, Ec. Education Geography Miss TrembIy's class hard ot work. 11 Joseph Montofzr Musrc Esther M Prantanrdo General Scrence Maur ree Rubenstem Gen Busrness Con tance Morellr Home Economre 1 Dwrbht F Algebra I Prper Russell Hazel Schermerh Ella H Nrcholsox Thomas S Osso Home Economres Spanxsh I8 II Socral Scrences John H Prper WaltLrJ Prusrck Algebra I1 Screnee Health Rebecca Palmer r rgh Llbrarx Florence Reeht e n e Lrterature X 1 Robert C Palmer Chem B rology Phxs Ed Ruth M Parson Vocal Musrc au. i Laura Jean Rrce Leonard H Rothermel Music and Musrc Physrcs Chem Hrstory Theory orn Mrchael bebasrran Rose 'vlarxe Setuno Lysle P Shaffer Marle C Smrth Phys Ed Home Ec lr Eng Publrc Am Hrstory Problems of Dem OCFBCX FAC LTY Speech Mnss Gncmmcfteo's bookkeepmg class an sessnon 12 V' K I A ., A .. 33 uv ' 4- wf ' , . ' ' 3' ' ' 'A tg g g, 9 M 4 - . U A .xg D . 1 . Y I U I . lv I .I , V, 1. .rw X b l I Y Is. Y - at ". , -'L ' , C ' L f ' Qi '-' .: E' f ,L 1 1 - -v A - 4 ' -if. V' X ks 1 - as P H " X 1- ' ' I Rf1.Eg. ' ' ', , R 1, ' 1 S . N N' LH J ns - , , - ' ' . 1 'U 'L ' ' ' A E EM re 3' l I A 1' 4 A X N - A 1' af-W rr to Joseph Snyder Marcellalvl spahr Vetold W Spornx "Iathan1eIStetnberg IohnB Stonrs Jobephl Strange: M rtle Tremblex h IVR Voc Machrne Grrls Hygte e Shop strumental Mustc Brology an M Ruth Troll MaryM Tunney PaulR Vochko WtI1ramJ Wregel Imogene Yost Musxc Jr H1ghEng Pa Hrstoryf Ind Arts Phys Ed TEACHERS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 1 Dlrector of In Phystcs Sr Scrence Lrbrary Scrence Georgrapl' Math Engltb Mary Zawasky Math Readrng 4,ue ,Nav CALVIN FULMER Machtne Shop CLAIRE GUNDERMAIX. Latrn German WILLIAM T GORDON Auto Mechanxcs MICHAEL MALINICH IR Vocational Carpentry M M MATTUCH Plain Geometry L N MCCAUGHTRY Related Math and I-Irstory ROSEMARY MCCROY Art KATHRYN ROSS Englxsh II HELEN M WEISGERBER Englrshl II FAC LTY g Dr Benkerf with has experimental class 13 .ii Q: I ,I A , A V 5, N L . Y ' V fu X :M 1 : ' rift 'A 97' M ' V 1- L 'h eff , I 2' V E gh 'A X tb .Q 1 S, Q ,, O' gf ZA! , ' Q lv X f . it tl Q My A V l I .off V M s I . I ' J I K' 3 ,.. I I F o V Dr. Gaydos heips keep them healthy and happy. en L.. "3 --1-.Ns Dr. Butchers is shown examining a youngster's teeth while the proud mother looks on Dui -,415 Miss Stolar is interviewing a young mother Maintenance men hard at work trying to keep the te mpe ra ture up . 5 Fx: LX. ,Xt 3 The cafeteria has gotten a good start. SE IDRS RITA ANTHONY Commercial Tardy Checker, Concession, CHARLOTTE ALSKO Disnibutive Education DOMINEC AMATO Commercial Boys' Patrol, Golf Club. 1" 'ew Girls' Glee Club. NORMAN AMSLER Academic PETER R. ANDREWS Vocational Stage Squad, Intramural Sports. MICHAEL ANTONETTI Academic Intramural Sports, Baseball. NORMA ANDERSON Commercial Silhouette Representative, Girls' ANGELA ANGELIDES Commercial Gymnastic Club, Ir. Red Cross. ROBERT ARNETT Academic Band, Silhouette Staff, Thespian Society, His- torical Society. Glee Club. ,.Q,. ROBERT ARTHUR Academic Band, Boys' Patrol. ZENAIDE AVERSA Commercial Silhouette Advertising, AGNES AZADIAN Distributive Education Tardy Checker, Girls' Glee Club. Usherette Club. RICHARD BAGINSKI TQQN Distributive Education MARY ANN BALICKI Commercial Silhouette, Speech Club. -DENNIS BANKS Academic Band, Assembly Band. i ft- g ' .9 Q3 J iw fx '15 v if , L, 35 L' ij 2 I -f' .gs , . headers Club, Silhouette, Intramural Sports PEGGY BARD Academic FRANCIS BARLAMAS General Band, Boys' Patrol, Intramural Basketball BEVERLY BARRICKMAN Commercial Yearbook Ty plst. DONALD BARTO General LILA BERKOWITZ General Band, Assembly Band BERNARD BENDER Vocational MARY EDITH BENEDICT Commercial Girls' Glee Club. MICHAEL BILO General WILLIAM BINDER Academic Bank, Track. Cross Country. MILDRED BIONDA General Usheretter, Ed1tor's Training Club, Junior Class Play. JAMES BLAZIEI Academic Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports. WILLIAM BOBAK Vocational Baseball, Minstrel, Intramura1Spotta. MARGARET BOGOSIAN Commercial Program Committee. WILLIAM BOHREN Academic Intramural Sports, Golf Club, ALAN BORROR Academic Baseball, Intramural Sports. Art Club ELSIE BOSCHETTO Academic Leader's Club, Silhouette Staff. BRADLEY BOWAN Academic KATHLEEN BRYAN General GEORGE BUBEN General JOYCE LORRAINE BUFALINI General Girls' Glee Club, Gymnastics, Silhouette. LOUIS BUFALINI General Band, Intramural Sports. MARY ANN BUFALINI Commercial Majorette, Princeton Cheerleader, Gymnas tics. EDWARD BURAK I Vocational Football, Minstrel, Intramural Sports. ROBERT BURAK Vocational Football, Minstrel, Intramural Sports. MARGARET BURCH Commercial EVELYN BURZESE Commercial Band, String Ensemble, Intramural Sports. GAIL BUTCHERS Academic Girls' Patrol, Yale-Princeton, Leaders Club, Gymnastics. PEGGY BYERS Academic Silhouette. WILLMETTA CAMPBELL Commercial Band, Assembly Band. GLORIA CANDROS Commercial Madrigal Club, Girls' Glee Club. F kt av I1 ENIDRS LEROY CANONICO Vocational Stage Squad, Intramural Sports, Minstrel SYLVIA CAPRIOTTI General Speech, Debate, Silhouette, Football Usher ette. HELEN VERONICA CASALE Academic Silhouette, Usherettes. SAM CATANESE Academic Bank, Track, Cross Country, Bowling, Assem bly Band, Band. MILOS CHURCHIN General Intramural Sports. JOHN CIPRIANI Academic Patrol. MADALINE CIRKA Commercial ODILE CLERC Academic Silhouette, Yearbook, Volleyball MAXINE COATES Commercial Refreshment Committee, Concert Chorus LEONARD COPUS Vocational Minstrel, Golf Club, Airplane JAMES CORETTI Academic Band, Silhouette, Boys' Patrol. GEORGE COREY Academic Football, Track, Class Officer RICHARD CHAPALA Academic Band, Cross Country. WALTER D'ALLESSANDRIS Vocational GEORGE DA VIES Vocational Minstrel. SE l0RS JOAN CURKOVICH Distributive Education Girls' Glee Club, Football Usherette. CAROLYN DAVIS Academic Gymnastics, Yale -Princeton, Junior Class Play. MIKE DEGENNARO Academic Varsity Football, Chess, Glee Club, Intra- mural Sports. PAULINE DELAI General Band, Softball, Refreshment Committee. CHARLES DICKSON Academic Boys' Patrol, land, Activitie Band. ROSEMARIE DININNO Commercial Yearbook Representative. CORA ANN DIXON Commercial Gymnastics, Yearbook Representative, Refresh ment Committee. PAUL DCBRANSKY Academic Intramural Sports. PAT DRUZISKY Academic Student Senate, Girls' Patrol, Yale-Princeton Gymnastics. HELEN DUDENICH Commercial Silhouette Staff. FRED DUNN Academic Assembly land, Band. HARRY EDWARDS Distributive Education MARY ANN ENDROTT General Girls' Glee Club. ANTHONY ESSECK Academic Band, Assembly land. Chess Club. EDWARD EVANS Academic Band, Patrol, Bowling. "us dr, as f-N ' I SYLVESTER FALKOWSKI Vocational Minstrel. VICTORIS FALKOWSKI Commercial Concessions, Gymnastic Club. DOLORES FARAH Distributive Education CONSTANCE FEDUSKA Academic Student Senate, Madrigal, National Honor Society. TED FELK Academic Historical Society, Cross Country, Track. NICK FETCHIN Vocational Minstrel. THOMAS FOLEY General ROBERT P. FOLINO Academic Track, Band, Bpys' Patrol. MARTHA FORD Academic Girls' Patrol, Madrigal Club, Historical So- ciety, Usherettes. JAMES FREED Assembly Band, Band. WILLIAM GABAL Vocational Go1fC1ub, Minstrel. MARTHA GABOR Academic Gymnastic Club, Football Usher, Speech. DONALD GARTNER Academic Silhouette, National Honor Society, Historical Society. GENEVIEVE GATEHOUSE Academic Leaders' Club, Band. ANNA MARIE GAYDOS Distributive Education IRENE GAZDA Commercial Debate, Speech, Art and Publicity. DONNA GILLIGAN Academic Gymnastics, Softball, Basketball. RICHARD GLAS Commercial NANCY GOERMAN Academic Historical Society, Jr. Red Cross, Finance. ROBERT GOURLEY Academic Basketball, Student Senate, Track. FRANCES GRADEK Academic Gymnastics, Jr. Class Play, Silhouette. ELLIOTT GREENBERGER Academic Band. STEPHAN GREF Academic Yearbook Staff, Silhouette Staff, Thespian Society. LILLIAN GROSS General Girls' Glee Club. PATRICIA GROSS Distributive Education ELEANOR GULA Commercial Girls' Glee Club. BETTY LOU GURCIC Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Ir. Red Cross. MARY ANN HALICEK Commercial Gymnastic Club, Speech, Usherette. NANCY HARTENBACH Academic Speech Club. WILLIAM H. HARTENBACH Vocational git. ,. A, '2 f fi: + : . I a-"PF V , , ir? 4 . ig, if -gg, , v 'I- 'ibkgl f KZ 15- :il . if, If' ic- 4'5- 'a I ,gt v , Q-rj H 'S-r 3' ,lf A - X s f'f'K QT"-nr K f H!! ' E lllll JOAN HARTLING Distributive Education Gymnastic Club, Speech Club. PATTY HARVATH Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Speech Club. WILLIAM HECK Academic Football, Track. CATHERINE HENDRICKSON Commercial NORMA HENDRICKSON General Girls' Glee Club. JOANNE HERTNEKY Commercial Leaders' Club, Footba1l'Usherette. EDWARD HILL Vocational ANN HIMME Commercial ' DOROTHY HOKO Distributive Education Girls' Glee Club. ROBERT HOOD Academic Band, Patrol. WILLIAM HOVANEC Vocational JOAN HRINKO Commercial Gymnastics, Leaders' Club, Girls' Sports RUDOLPH HRVOICH Vocational WILLIAM HRVOICH Vocational RICHARD HUDACSEK General Baseball. MARY ANN HUDAK Commercial ROBERT JANICKI Academic Debate, National Honor Society, Band Thes pian Society. ALEXANDER JANIS Academic Track, Cross Country. JOHN JONES Vocational Minstrel. CHARLES JOHNSON Vocational Track, Intramural Sports, Hunting and Fishing Club. GERTRUDE JOHNSON Academic Concession Committee, Girls' Sports IRENE KANAKIS Commercial Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Yearbook, Finance JAMES KAZIL Academic Football, Basketball, Track. EDWARD KUBIT General Boys' Patrol, Intramural Basketball RICHARD KENNY Academic Football, Track, Cross Country. MIKE KEPICS Vocational RICHARD KMIT Academic Football, Intramural Sports. WALTER KOCZERA General Nladrigal Club, Historical Society National Honor Society. JOE KOHUT Academic Football, Student Senate. RICHARD KOKOLSKI Distributive Education Bowling, Golf Club. 5- S ' sinus r ' off il' 1 .sa fn, 'U ! ff' DAISWKZSIAR 'C Academic Thespian Society, Historical Society, National Honor Society. EUGENE KOPCZAK Vocational Minstrel, Intramural Sports. RICHARD KOSELA Vocational Intramural Sports, Minstrel. WILLIAM KOSIS Distributive Education Intramural Sports, Golf Club. JOE KOSTAIL Academic Intramural Sports. GREGORY KOSTAS ,A General Band, Cross Country. lg, DELBERT KOVACEVIC Academic Student Senate, Intramural Sports. STAN KROL Academic Track, Intramural Sports. ALLAN KRISS Academic Football Patrol, Student Senate. MARLIN KRISS Academic Cross Country, Track, Intramural Sports. MARGARET KNOPICK Commercial Usherette, Homeroom Officer. HELEN KUHARSKY Commercial PAUL KUNDRAT General Football, Basketball, Track. STEVE KUZNIAR 'SC' General Band, Assembly Band. PETER KUTULAKIS Academic Madrigal Club, Historical Society, National Honor Society, Band. 4 DONALD LANIEWSKI Academic Historical Society, Boys' Patrol, Yearbook Rep- resentative. CLARENCE LANSBERRY Vocational ANDY LAZORISAK Academic Basketball, Silhouette Staff. DOMINICK LEOPARDI Vocational lntramural Sports, Minstrel. PAUL EUGENE LESANDAK Commercial Editor's Training Club. ROBERTA LEWIS Commercial Chorus. 0 SHIRLA LEWIS General Finance, Concession Committee. d ROBERT LIVITSKI Academic Football, Track, Varsity Football Club. LORETTA IOANNE LUKETIC Commercial Madrigal Club, Gymnastics, Yale-Princeton GEORGIANN VERA MALETIC Academic Silhouette, Intramura1Sports, Gir1s'G1ee Club NELL MAMROSH Academic Historical Society, Silhouette, All Class Play FRANCES MANKO Academic Student Senate, Cheerleader, Historical Soci ety. MARTHA MARTIN Commercial ROBERT MARTIN Academic Track, Football. LOLA MARZIO Commercial Gymnastics, Girls' Glee Club. I Q J ARE 'Eng 'V six Zia 'wo ,. tx, V 1- s 2 TNQ..- ' Q -,1 'f f I. l , a s'?l 1-,f i . . I SENIORS EMANUEL MATHEWS Academic Boys' Patrol. JOYCE A. MATHIAS Distibutive Education Gymnastic Club, Debate, Speech CONRAD MATTER Academic .3 National Honor Society, Student Se r- ' MJ book Staff. if A f pf . ff", ANDREW MATZE I Commercial V L - Boys' Chorus, Madrigal Club. Ji,-PM GLADYS MOURADIAN jd Distributive Education 1,4 . Madrigal, Gymnastic Club. ' JOHN MAYER il up. , Academic ,y Jjfflj Assembly Band, Band. h M70 ,f ' a, , ll . Lfil! ?,jf SHIRLEY MCLAUGHLIN 1' ,Q F7 Commercial Finance. MAUREEN MERRIMAN Commercial Assembly Band, Band. SHIRLEY MEYER Academic Yearbook staff, Homeroom Officer, Historical Society, Leaders Club. GREGORY MIHALIC Academic JOHN MIHALICH Commercial Art Publicity. CAROL MILLER General Girls' Glee Club. HARRY MOORE Distributive Education MILTON MORATIS Academic Football, Baseball, Basketball Manager. VERLIE MORRIS General Art Club. C ELSIE MORRIS Commercial Girls' Glee Club. JOAN MORRISON Commercial LORETTA MUHA Commercial Madrigal, Girls' Glee Club, Usherette. DORIS MUSGRAVE Academic Patrol, Princeton Cheerleader, Madrigal. BETTY NADZAK Commercial Class Officer, National Honor Society, Stu- dent Senate. BARBARA NARDI Commercial Silhouette Representative, Madrigal, Mixed Ensemble. RICHARD NAWOCZNSKI Vocational Minstrel, Intramural Sports. RICHARD NICGORSKI Vocational Minstrel, Intramural Basketball. KENNETH NIELSON General Bowling, Intramural Sports. ALICE OSTRANDER Distributive Education Tardy Checker, Concession Committee. CATHERINE OZENICH Commercial Girls' Patrol, Yale-Princeton, Speech Club. RAY PALMER Vocational Electric Squad, Intramural Basketball, Min- strel. RITA PALMER Vocational Girls' Glee Club. RICHARD PALSHAW General MARY PAOLANTONIO General Gymnastics, Jr. Red Cross, Bowling. GEORGINE PAPANTONIO Commercial Girls' Glee Club. KATHERINE PAPPAS Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Finance Commi ette. DONALD PASCARELLA General Art Publicity Club, Checker Club MARY PASCO Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Jr. Red Cross. ANTHONY PAUL General Homeroom Officer. ROBERT PARASlDER Academic Intramural Sports, Chess Club. JOSEPH PAVLOKOVICH Academic Baseball, Orchestra, Boys' Patrol. CHARLES PELESKY Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Basketball ROCCO PERCIAVALLE Academic Band, Intramural Sports. JOSEPH PERUSIC Academic Junior Class Play, Thespian Society Football Patrol. DONA LD PETKASH General Art Publicity, Go1f,81ub, lntromfal Sports TOM PLASKO ' N' Academic Student Senate, Class Officer. STEVE PLEVEL Academic Intramural Sports, Boys' Patrol. ELAINE POLITO Commercial Silhouette Representative. DOLORES PRIVOL Commercial Yale-Princeton, Leaders' Club, Girls Intra mural Sports. .fyqf SENIUR FRANK PUSHAK Vocational Minstrel. SHIRLEY QUAIL Commercial Refreshment Committee NANCY REES Academic Band, Madrigal, Silhouette Staff, Historical Society. SHIRLEY REESE Academic National Honor Society, Madrigal, Silhouette Staff. LOUIS RHODE Vocational DELORES RIBAR Commercial Speech, Usherette, G ymnastic. IOSEPHINE RICCI Distributive Education NEIL ROBERTSON Academic Band, Intramural Sports. AUGUSTINE RODRIGUEZ General PATRICIA ANN ROSS Academic Speech, Silhouette, Debate. NANCY ROSS Commercial Finance. BETHEA ROWLEY Academic Usherettes. ADAM ROGINSKY General Band. MAFALDA RUSSO Commercial Girls' Glee Club, Typing Club ROBERT SABONYA Academic Varsity Football, Track. 1... -in I .uv 1 A. h ff QQ Hy- 4'-is I? ,e51,e'2'q. if kjfr l' E IORS MARIA SALUDIS Commercial Gymnastic Club, Homeroom Officer. MARGARET SANTO Commercial Finance Committee, Girls' Intramurals, Art and Publicity. LAURA JO SASADEUSZ Academic Gymnastic Club, Leaders' Club, Girls' Intra- murals. ROSE MARIE SCAR PIELLO Academic National Honor Society, Historical Society, Silhouette. ELMIRA SHAFER Commercial Football Usherette, Yearbook Typist, Girls' Sports. JOAN SHAFFO Academic Thespian Society, Silhouette Representative, All Class Play. DORIS JEAN SHANDICK Commercial Girls' Patrol, Usherette, Homeroom Officer. RAY SHUMSKY Vocational Minstrel, Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Basket- ball. CHARLES SKORUA Academic Track, Cross Country, Glee Club, Student Senate, Chess Club. HELENA SMITH Academic Band, Assembly Band. MARCELLA SMITH Commercial Cheerleader, Yearbook Representative. TOM SMITH Commercial JOHNNY RAY SMITH General Band, Assembly Band. WILLIAM SMITH General Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports. PETE SMOLINSKI Vocational SE IOR GAIL SNODGRASS Commercial LONNIE SOLLEY Vocational Minstrel. MARIANNE SPEHAR Academic Madrigal, Usherette, All Star Basketball. KATHERINE STAKIS Academic Dramatics, Madrigal, Vocal Ensemble. LAWRENCE STREMBERSKI Vocational Intramural Basketball. ELIZABETH STROCK Academic Mixed Ensemble, Madrigal Club, Finance Committee. SHIRLEY ANN STUBBINS Commercial PrincetonCheerleader, Gymnastics, Usherette, Band. DELORES SUBEI Commercial Band, Finance, Jr. Red Cross, Assembly Band, Glee Club. DOROTHY SUDIA Commercial Girls' Glee Club. DAN SUMROK General Band. JIM SUTTON Vocational JOHN TACTAC General CHARLES TAIT Academic Track. NYLA TELFORD Commercial Girls' Glee Club. KATHRYN TESNOVICH Distributive Education All Star Basketball, Gymnastic Club. L ffl 9 . s " L il :sions BETTE THOMAS General Silhouette, Madrigal, Gymnastic Club, Glee Club. SHIRLEY THOMPSON Academic Band, Assembly Band GERALDINE TOMEI :I 41, Academic Glee Club, Silhouette Representative, Ir. Red fi Cross, Usherette. 4 - , ,E A DELORES D. TRAMMELL ai Commercial Yearbook Representative, Mixed Chorus. JOAN TRUMBETAS Commercial Girls' Sports, Refreshment Committee, Orch- estra. GOLDYN TURCIC Academic 'Wm Patrol, Gymnastic Club. WILLIAM TYRO Commercial E 1. is Golf Club. RUTH ANN URDA Commercial SOPHIE VAGIONIS Commercial Girls' Glee Club. EUGENE VALLECORSA Kp. General Band, Assembly Band, Mixed Chorus. PHYLLIS vAsQUEs Girls' Glee Club, Jr. Red Cross. HAROLD VAUGHAN Academic Football, Intramural Sports. QP ff- 'v K. LOLA VEGA Commercial Mixed Chorus, Usherette. JOE VERNAK 'cl' .. General Band, Ir. Red Cross. 9 I 5 '. lb- Academic Band, Assembly Band, Yale-Princeton Cheer- leader. ANGELINE VASILAKIS Commercial E IORS FRED VIG NOVIC H Commercial Madrigal, Yearbook Typist, Mixed Ensemble, Homeroom Officer. MARCUS VLASSAPOULOS Academic Chess Club. KAY VON MOOS Commercial Usherette, Homeroom Officer. EILEEN WAGNER Academic Silhouette. GREGORY WASLO General Intramural Basketball. IRENE WASLO Commercial Madrigal Club, Girls' Glee Club. DICK WEIL Academic Track, Intramural Basketball LEON WORK Vocational Minstrel, Hunting and Fishing Club. CHARLES L. WERNE General Track, Art Club. LARRY H. WESCHE General Cross Country Manager. ELEANOR WESOLOWSKI Vocational Girls' Glee Club. MARY F. WHEELING Commercial Silhouette Representative. GLENN WHITEHAIR General Basketball, Basketball Club. WILMER WHITMORE Academic Varsity Football, Intramural Sports. FRED WILLSHIER General Bowling, Intramural Sports. Q - if K I Q' X ee Xl xx rg 5- 'll l. his RONALD WILSON Vocational JOAN WINZENRIED Commercial MILDRED WORY General 444, INV if i , CATHERINE WROBLES KI N 'QW- -s, Commercial EUGENIA YEDGENAK Commercial WILLIAM YERZYK Q Academic Football, Intramural Sports. A S Q 'QQ Qvm RAY ZAKOVICH Commercial LAWRENCE ZALENSKI Vocational HAROLD ZEHNDER Academic MARY ZERANICK Commercial Silhouette Representative, Gi STEVE ZIELINSKI Academic Cross Country, Track. DOROTHY ZIMMERMAN " Commercial I ' Usherette, Typing Club. 'ills A. A. ,N -, , N. A 'K Q4 MARIE ZUNIC General 15 . in Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Jr. Red Cross, All School Play. Band, Intramural Sports, Gymnastic Club Madrigal Club, Silhouette Representative Baseball, Patrol, Basketball, Intramura1Sports rls' Sports WALTER ADDISON Distributive Education SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR HENRY MICKY Vocational DOLORES CREESE Minstral, Intramural Basketball. Distributive Education SAM OPRISKA JOSEPH DIRDO Vocational Vocational Minstrel, Track. M Lnstrel, Intramural Basketball. ALBERT OTRAHALIK JOHN DISHAUZI Vocational Academic DAN ROWLEY Madrigalf'Band, Intramural Sports Academic THOMAS ECKERT Boys' Glee Club, Intramural Sports. Vocational SKIP SIEHL Cross Countr Track JOHN KROYNIK Vocational Stage Squad. y, , Academic Varsity Football, Basketball, Homeroom Officer ad -1 45 o 1 I ik. S 1 fr 'Q fa 14' 'SB ii 51, SECTION II-A FIRST ROW: Richard Jula, Ronald Lew- is, Bill Potter, Robert Squires, Joseph Kotula, Jerry Parker, Doris Muhalick, ChristBalatsaukas, RudyCouichoc, Fred Burak. SECOND ROW: Miriam Costan- za, Mary Lou Mellott, Mary Rose Slapp, Chas. Davis, Patricia Irwin, Dolores Horniak, Jeanette Martzie, Carol Rice, Chas. Heibert. THIRD ROW: Rosanne Lintio, Francis Kappas, Betty Holland, Doria Trayan, Donna Cappriolti, Georgia McKenzie, Alice Horak, El- eanor Juhn, Marietta Yakobik. SECTION ll -C FIRST ROW: EmilDeSantis, August Brogno, Lee Phillips, Harold Jacobs, Nicholas Stef- aniak, Richard Wacht, Robert Mack, Ralph Ciper, Stanleywojtkowski, NataleVi1lella. SECOND ROW: Carole Ruminski, Vera Ann Krokonko, Larry Kirschler, Jerome Kemp- isty, KennithSmutko, Erwin Ronczko, Ste- phen Tyma, Robert Psinka, Demetra Kallas, Gloria Riley. THIRD ROW: ValeriaRotondo, JoanneKasnic, Donna Kaufman, IrisFarrar, Joanne Petrosky, Dolores Semon, Marlene Neiman. SECTION il-B FIRST ROW: EdSmigie1ski, Adamlanicki, John Polka, Eugene Blako, Joseph Lorek, Tom Regney, Phillip Folino, Mike Agrecky, Eugene Bowan. SECOND ROW: Margaret Hnath, Herbert Stein, Dan Ja cobs, Bill Standish, George Duda, Gus Selvas, Dan Na va lance, Anita Erwin, Dol Smuch. THIRD ROW: Marion Fulmer, Barbara Gault, Veronica Sliviak, CathieMarks, Florence Smith, Dixie LeeBallard, Emma Moruna, Char- lotte Kairy, Ann Sudia, Genieve Montemayor. L Jn. -i A Q 1 SECTION II-D FIRST ROW: Anthony Crissi, Roy Percival, Richard Vandenbord, Arthur Helbig, Blane Capenos, Albert Harsch, JonJacklet, George Garner, Richard Rossick. SECOND ROW: Helen C um m i ngs, Harold Weil, Edward Rosemair, William Yeager, Jack Gallagher, Wil1iamSheaffer, Filmore Shepler, Frances McClain. THIRD ROW: Viola Bartolomucci, Barbara Rossick, Joan Romanski, Marlene Kelly, Linda Miller, Jeanne Glatz, Angeline Villella, Peggy Acheson. SECTION 1!-F FIRST ROW: Robert West, MikeSepella, Stuart Mc- Coy, Lewis Napolitan, Donald Kerr, Sam Johnson, Robert Hood, Wayne Swihart, Keith Salter. SECOND ROW: Rose Musloe, Betty Cameron, Elvira Alexa , Barbara Steuban, Mary AnnChoick, Margaret Vinsky. THIRD ROW: JoAnn Rygalski, Cecilia Mazurkewicz, Carol Huston, Mary Zervos, Helen Gaza, Katherine Prokop, Mariann Berkner. .i ofa SECTION II-H . FIRST ROW: Paul Reese, George Nitkuli- nich, Dennis McCoy, George Wronosky, Carl Cardinali, John Sostarich, John Gomersall. SECOND ROW: Eugene Mc Cullough, Herbert Lukachek, Virginia Dubensky, Jean Kubicki, Joan Timney, Rose Marie Guzyk, Lorraine Morgan, lean Pelesky, Miss Ross. THIRD ROW: Joan Rich, Betty Latka, Gloria Perusic, Pauline Zagar, Evelyn Petkash, Mary Julia Petula, Marjorie Gala, Phyllis Lolli. I SECTION it-E FIRST ROW: WalterFinch, Walter Nadzak, Leo Gallagher, StanleyWilliamowski, Rich- ard Adasiak, Michael Romaniak, Calviz Cook, John Cihy, David Walther, William Todd. SECOND ROW: BobFurness, Raymond Masal, Barbara Wyllie, John Bauer, Earl Cohen, Alvin Gross, Lester Paul, Eugene Hrynewich, Ed Palko, Gai1Ch'isty, Cecilia Kneiss. THIRD ROW: Nancy Shepherd, Elaine Hall, Jean Nestor, Pat Rafter, Betty Dudenich, Delores Giammaria, MarieTor- rito, Anita Stefancci, Georgette Rotole. Q ji 49 SECTION II-G FIRST ROW:Bil1KostankewiCh, Arthur Gilbert, Ted Schmitt, James Morsillo, Mitchell Farah, Edward Kopczak, GeorgeBeech, Earl Stadnik. SECOND ROW: Patty Fetcho, Evelyn Sedlock, Frank Budjanic, Donald Phillips, Betty Guzan, Marilyn Dixon. THIRD ROW: Mary Catanzarite, Naomi Anglemayer, Irene Homjak, Mildred McNally, Ann Smith, Anita Bevacus. 35 i SECTION I I -K SECTION 11-I FIRST ROW: Bill Smith, Alex Prokop, Jim Drexler, Fred Willshier, Mike Dal- ey, Homer Henkel. SECOND ROW: An- ita Stellato, Eleanor Snyder, Dorothy Cowell, Gloria Henden, Connie Barn- ' hart, Marlene Wanderlick, Miss Trem- bly. THIRD ROW: P a ul ine Pezzillo, Dorothy Vargo, Dorothy Boyd, Na ncy Robbins. C Q? Q FIRST ROW: Pete Mano-leras, Matt Vuc- inic, Vince Panaia, Gus Bizic, Ronnie Martin, Ronniewilson, John Tackac, Sam Laba. SECOND ROW: Betty Salvador, Joanne Hanlon, Jeanne Hanlon, Marilyn Ondrako, Betty Fennel, Rosie Escoto, Marie Ouiroz, Ena Measel, Miss Eibeck. THIRD ROW: Carol Stewart, MikeDetor- akis, Frank Pascarella, Pete Sposaro, Wayne Beeman, Norma Barto, Lois Brandt. ' an Q 5 'sv Q 3, fe, 4 SECTION 11-I FIRST ROW: Edward Witkowski, Joseph Shuflay, Joseph Roman, Ed- ward Evans, Edward Baloga, Daniel Willis, Richard Tkatch,CharIes Jena. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Jacklet, Judy Day, Barbara Candros, Robert Liven- good, Russell Horner, Margaret Smith, Amelia Azich, Mary Jane Schoolitz, Mrs. Nicholson. THIRD ROW: Mary AnnStranRo, Party Bramble, Mary Gallagher, Phyllis Bishop, Beverly Stanfield, Sherry Moore. Q43 SECTION li-I. FIRST ROW: Thomas Garret, Daniel Hyranovich, lack Shepherd, Andy Sovich, James Barcasky, Eugene Ol Brien, Ronald Naugle, W illia m Carey. SECOND ROW: Lucille Sav- eno, SallyTedys, Helena Vukelic Janet McClure, Mary Ann Kolar- chik, Barbara Losco, Barbara Fred- erickson. THIRD ROW: Evelyn Ko- tula, Shirley Glatz, Judy Janicki Shirley Yeager, Vera Privol. 5 -l....a ..v 1' 'lil 3 G9 , Q. SELIIU5. 1, -'t FIRST ROW! Mari. 'tint liow, Janet lilrsvh- ler, lln.ihConlttn,L9t'orgrar'R.1boskr, Bernard Koi :lla , Carl '..' tt :ma ,... 1, John Englerntw, Viillrartz Svhzrndt, lrllrtt.. Nlflllld. SECOXD ROWQ Donald Yllnskl, Patricia boxlth, Wal- rr-r fieskn, Danse-I llall, JcI:nD1n:lap, Jean : Knbrrkr, Eleanor Za .rt Ste-llafllbrp, Jarnes ' Dunn, Donald Cltohmrtz ,InEr:rClrarrto.n1k, Dalriel Wort. THIRD ROW: Joan Sino. J Carol liokoski, Rose Marte lx ee k , latrlela Knormh, Allred Dantna, Robert Forrin-'er Florence Klak, Klart Guido, Loretta Cush' nr in ' Nlarqarct I on 'rn-vker . SECTION IO C IIRSI ROW Loretta Naxalance Shtrlex lloxanec Patrtera lxlor f. Graxdon Ad anis Charles Ziekfoosv. Roger Strauss AustinSulltvan Peter Trettak Patrick lslthalic CarolCan1pbell SECOIND ROW Joseph Openbrrer Ixaornt Von Moos Wtl1tan1DiMarz1o Bettx Dos talik James Durbin Robert huzma CarolNeuber VroletSrntth JohnJones Lester Xogel Phoebe Felk IN illiam Dunrnxer Rose Schrchtlone Mr Hos krns THIRD ROW George Bxers Effie lxrtstallrs Carol Lindlex Nelle Louise Direnao, Anthony Salndis, John Geffel ConnieBendlock MaryPappas, Dolores Tomaszewskr, Shirlev W.ltkn.g. Q WW' mtl X '- L. ,ee , L' I I 5 pr I f A ' secrron rofra FIRST ROW: Ann l.orek, Roberta Campbell, Frank Bos- anae, Donald lxlrketa, Alexander Langa, Frances Wojt- kowski, Nancy Taddy. SECOND ROW: Barbara Jarnc- vie, Patricia Smith, Frances Falk, Mary Ann lhnatko, Joanne Frederick, Sandra Boggs, Donna Pa y ne , Mr. Mattueh. THIRD ROW: Ruth Robinson, Jon Freed, Stanley lxlosura, JohnNa valance, Jacqueline Angeltdes, Eugene Must. 1 Q A SECTION IO D FIRST ROW Harry Molchen Richard Bukoskey Steve Sofranko Donald Orend Dalton Hammond William George Robert Mowry William Kem na SECOIND ROW Oragene Malax RoseGaluschak Voctorta Koprtva John 'tedbenak ElatneSyrek VtncentStno tic EugeneSestile JackFardo lxtcho las Diachiac Bernice Weber Patricia Wagner CharleneKepics JoAnne Ross Helen Mtndek Miss Mclieown. THIRD ROW, MaxineMcClain, Georgia Kefa- las, Angela Caldarelli, Joellyn Coch- enour, Arlene Sylvester, Johanna Kole- sar, Lucille Merante, Joanne Ptsano, Joe Berkovic, Joanne Brandt. -1 I 4 SECTION IO-F FIRST ROW: George Yanko, Chester Garret, Roh' ert O'Connell, Donald Kerr, Ronald McCalli1ter, William Powers, Edward Lipinrki, DennisFerba5, Ronald Rotondo. SECOND ROW: James Simon, Elizabeth Funk, Lorraine Bndkey, Mike Geriak, Betty Carol Conti, Donna Ht-ndrickson, A lb e rt Brandt, Jane Wojtkowski,Lorraine Stelzig. THIRD ROW: Cecilia Sarnacki, Frances Dombrowski, Audrey Davidson, Edithwoten, Camille DeStef- ano, Virginia Bahyak, Ja n et Glatz, Le ona td Gagliardi. 'i'll SECTION Io-H FIRST ROW: Blanche G a l ant, Joseph Kopp, Sam Gagliardi, Richard Larrick, CarlVitevitch, Jack Bab- yok, Milton Trapold, George Kocak, Richard Hus- tead, DelorisRosensteel. SECOND ROW: Helen Ger- iak, Patricia Morris, Lillian Delach, Sylvia Serak, Ann Kasper, Carole Huk, Patricia Wojanis, Suzanne M c M illen, Joann Hedzik, Jean Marie O'Connor. THIRD ROW: Ronald Venneri, Theodore Marr, Janice Smelas, Nancy Billingslea, Joanlones, Nancy Lear- ish, Myrna Morris, W ill i a m Barlamas, Antonette Tvma. Sl:C,ilLl?. 13-If FIRST ROI-Vg X'-illrarn Proto, Rehert Mnxtio, R3'.'I"lO'.k.l rabrzfi-i. I' 'eh F rdo, ' - bra, JOIil1l3.lrIC'Yl..O, T-range:Pawlaiitrnzaio, Joe FL no. liarxey. Klrrfwenbirrg, Leu lJn5:t'a'r. ...Q SECOND Qoxvg J.:..L'IDrl1,i3E1. Agere: 'ridge- ' na-f, Dolore: R: en, E'fcl1.LlRO1cT5, Irene me Jnrczarf, Harry Ilooxer, H:r'Jert Flezrxitzin , Donald lfrezutiee, Eoani: Salakos, Mary. Anza Kresiefzi, S1,l'.iaYalx'az1is. THIRD ROW: Jean llizmernaz, Alicia Kalaholfis, Mar.. 'Qralrr-r, Marua Oli'.er,Cer1na Catdinali, Naomi lind- dle-Qtorx, Nanci Symes, EffieConstantn:, Man. Hoover. ...' --.Jr nassaui vii K-Q ..- -5-, . I SECTION 15,6 FIRST ROW: Williain Bilo, Shirley Zahner, Jack Suinrolx, Mike Van j. o, .4- 'it Ili! Albert Wallace, Nick Germanos, Joe Parra, Charles Sovich, Peter Veselieh, Dorotl1ySwekoski. SECOND ROW: Mar- gery Dale, Toni Karr, Dennis llanl, Mike Leraniek, Roberta Alsko, Mary AnnBowan, LorettaSichaR, Carol Kes- ner, Ruth lforinger, Janice Ostrowski, Q- Marr. .-Xiiiifrlttlixerii, Williarn Zazwera sky, Janie: Rlexh. Barbara Pieta, Miss Adams. THIRD ROW: Andrew Sapp, Donald Prt-ntree, Patricia Beeman, Therefa Rubso, Ceorpgelxiichiletti, Rob- ert Oaka, lQUi5v.'IllTll'lL'll, DonaldBacorn, Shirley llendriekaon, Josephine Floro, Dori, Manrz. "sr N- H U " 'Q Q4 .J C ,,,,, I ' . I SECTION IO-I FIRST ROW: Frank Fleming, William Albright, Charles Shapert, Raymond Haushalter, Irvin Jacobs, Harold Dun- lap, Leonard Lojek, James Hamilton, Robert Rutkowski. SECOND ROW: Nancilee Nag' Ferne Rebarick, Nancy Raymer, John Krawczyk, Richard Lugowski, Joseph Vanyo RobertBalik, HarryPlumb, CharlesElko, Thomas Swartz Norman Shoup, Rose Marie Budimir, Elizabeth Lazorisak. THIRD ROW: FayBenedict, BettyAnnKnouse, txlaryGraig Virginia Guido, Leah Foderousky, Loretta Senkevich, Mar- tha Karr, Lynnea Larson, Robert Baker, Lea txlancinetti Frances Fergadis. ral.-i-J -..,.... P 'srl " 1 , I 7 am,-gs 4 llll r of-?r' 1 5 .3 Ac 4 J wah ' if 511 SECTION IO-K -ri -F 4-gx SECTION io-J FIRST ROW: Richard DeAngelo, Sam Fer- nandez, Jack Kopriva, Robert Hartman, Peter Sprock, Nancy Heyman, Donald Metzger, Rudy Kuhel, Wesley Gatehouse. SECOND ROW: LaudyRadwanski, Patricia Young, Justine Shramko, Barbara Kobsik, RobertRusnak, JoyceDouble, Sylvia Mor- row, Helen Ann Phythian, Lillian Striffler Jack Mulraney, Louise Kohut, Jean Bova, Allen Williams. THIRD ROW: Richard Sickler, RichardBarnes, Charlene Plevel, Arlene Lindley, Eileen S i mon i, Harold Pastrick, Elaine Herko, Doris Holmes, NoreenDixon, Marie Baiardo,Ra1phWo1fe. FIRST ROW: MarilyiiFostcr, Richard Jones, Georgeliuchtjak, AlexanderA1drian, George Waslo, Lewis DeLizio, Richard Tempalski Peter Pawlack, Annette Morse. SECOND ROW: John Binder, Joseph Roppo, Dorothy Mann Sylvia Stemberski, Arlene Martin, Nancy Ed- wards, Rita Wolicki, Elizabeth Farkas, La- Verne B a r n ha rt, Gi orge Karnavas. THIRD ROl,VgFred Samga, Irene Kuhni, Janice Keefer, Betty Skocich, Carol Chapala, Mildred Moore, Marjory Mihalic, Gladys Flesher, Nancy Gray, Ida Bevacqua, Richard Fennell. v v .,,. O, , 500KS Juagyr ou1 1- EJ! Q ll Q Students find ci wealth of in- formation and reference material in our Senior High Library. SECTION 9-B FIRST ROW: Irene Zervos, Nelda Schermerhorn, MichaelHallas, AnthonyMariotti, Wayne Lind- sey, John Prasko, George Swierzek, Eugene Wezork, Paul Villela, Richard Katterson. SEC- OND ROW: JamesChristner, Stanley Lewandow- ski, Richard Vasques, John Shumsky, JackBarto, Larry Bufalini, Patricia B rch, Theresa Torhan, Lucille Kowalski, Nancy Skopinski, Carol Swain, Donald Smith, Edwin McMi1lin. Richard Bialo- rucki, Mr. Barner. THIRD ROW: Nancy Double, Richard Snyder, Nathaniel Hendon, Marie Ross, Patricia Gula, Marion Amsler, Elizabeth Angele- meyer, Alice Kuntz, Elva Lightman, Robert Baranyk, Carmen DeRose. Students Find the walk between classes refreshing and it enables them to chat briefly with their friends. i ' s ll , 4,5 "' . -I Ln-glf' .1 SECTION 9-A FIRST ROW: Josephlugliano, NormaBall, Stanley Prokop, William Nielson, Theodoreiilishak, Henry Thompson, Theodora Kostoglow, Theodore Fober, John Bzubak, James Rotondo, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hodges, Robert Connolly,CarlDobrosielski, Steve Koman, Gerald Long, Fred Sterrett, Paul Mikaylo, Kitty Kurtyka, Louise Aspiotes, Car1Barto, Charles McLaughlin, Samuel Pitts, Doris Hanlan. THIRD ROW: Franklin Ricci, Robert Schenk, Louise Mam- ula, Marianne Varkonda, Arlenewilson, BettyFor- man, Bettywaybright, DorisDavidson, JoanneBuz- an, Josephine Casale, Walter Salvati, Nancy Yanko. i 1 in SECTION 9-c I Matter, Donald Urban, Howard Miller FIRST ROW: Robert Grand, Keith Kerns Charles Du nn, Mitchell Herring, Albert Olzinger, George Welch, Anna Mihalik George Karal, Carane McKinley, Bertha Wojtkowski. SECOND ROW: Helen Figel - Dorothywalgus, JacquelineMarine, Mary ' AnnFigel, Rache1Bramble, JanetMottern John Varecha, ManualSacoulas, Michael Fezar, Orysia Galadza, Olga Kowal, Mar garet Miles, Louise Puffinberger, Mrs Lazar. THIRD ROW: Frank Tabin, Martha Yee, ThomasMack, RobertSedl0ck, Ann Fennell, Peggy Budris,Cecelia Beck, John srciriox 9-D FIRST RO'.',: X'iz1tentX'.seuso, Theodore Carodisly., Claudia F.1e-Lfovrti., Re1,t5Blazier, PhA.llisKotula, Robertlilodowskt,, Franfes Johnson, Loretta Ludwig, Norma Burzese. SECOND ROW1 Patricia R tpple, Martha Karaffa, Charlesilro' ,-.' n, RalphBitsRo, L3ordonDavidson, Donald Leson- dak, Yietor Waligora, Robert Rosiak, Edward Schatz, David Manges, Mr. Yoehko. THIRD ROW: Daniel Dempsey, Harry Crane, Joan Reins, Barbara Bittner, Ruth Zehender, Shirley Walker, Syluia Morrison, JoanWildinson, MarieLongo, Stan- ley ,I-IBCIBIIRO, Eileen Griffith. si' .5 SECTION 1,-F FIRST ROW: Dale Fauser, Marlane Conrad, Doris Preston, Joseph Kaminsky, Raymond llull, Joseph Loschtavo, Don.alsOslieR, Mike SemoniR,Thomas Stewart, Phylissliubinski. SECOND ROW: Carol G e ffe 1 e r, Dolores Stankowicz, Narita Gilson, Eugene Metal- skt, James Gilligan, William Fuegi, James Mt'Carriher, Robert Fletcher, Donna Flem- ming, Jean Condi, Mr, We r gle THIRD ROW: Richard Shandiek, Lawrence Kosis, Gary ll e l nt b r e C R, Mary Vlaltos, Evelyn Jones, Peggy McCoy, Elaine Freed, Elme' Gilchrist, Norma Pisano. secrrox 9-E FIRST ROW: Satnuelllungo, Robert Ston- fer, JohnDodaro, RobertAdasiak, Edward Park, JamesShowranko, WarrenCapenos, Joseph Grusxezynski, Bradley Grandowic. SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Fetchin, Joan Slappo, Genevieve Leriotcs, Judy Smelas, Hubert Weys, Joan Warren, Richard Pas- Carella, Philip Mathews, Ronald Kelly, Paul Gross, John Gaydos, Laurel Brutout, Steve Simsko. THIRD ROW: Elaine Urban, Philomena Teny, Alla Leopardi, Lillian Schermerhorn, Ruth Abbott, Elizabeth Bogosian, Barbara McKee, Paul Poulas, LoisHarbison, MargaretBevard, Josephine Genovese, John Strike, John Olbrys. SECTION 9-G FIRST ROW: Carl Spencer, Robert Tom- aszeski, James Cvitlto, Jr hn Pierson, Dort- ald Blackford, LouisBoyRins, Joseph Gal- iertt, MtchaelLongo, James Payne, Rus- sell Ra nshaw, SECOND ROW: Samuel Sherba, Mary Sarver, Joyce Blackford, GladysPayne, Jerry Pollock, Joseph Wa:- lo, Carl Lucus, Joan Birc iw, Maryane Carrodus. THIRD ROW: Melvin Polingf SallyFerbas, JanetEsseeR, Herbert Zieg- ler, Elinor Vaughn, Diana Rajter, John Smigrelski. anal SECTION 9-I - secriors ,ri FIRST ROW: Edward Mauk, Rifhard Fahert. RayChop, Stephen I-Iorngak, Robert Speer, Klein, Robert Gross. SECOND ROW: Mr. Keuch, Jeanne Ludden, Patricia Lugowski, Dorla Nulph, Joanne Gray. Arlene Harper, Paul Gault, Regina Geskoyich, Vanyce Duran, Diane Austin, THIRD ROW: Patricia lledzik, gan, Madeline Spontak, Al1ceBiema, Harry Weaver, Maureen Sylor, Anthony Locrlein, William Barrickrnan. Vaugn Arnold, Charles Kolinenak, Mei: er Juanita Moody, Richard Mesko, Elaine Mor- FIRST ROW: JayWhitehair, Dolores Gulish, W EarlFagan, I-lowardFinegan, James Sloppy, Robert Shoup, James Burak, Carmella An- tonucci, Ronald Peltz, Mary Ann Zeranick. SECOND ROW: Jack O'Rourkc, Lucille Pro- kop Fanny Bolimos Roger Barnhouse Low ellThompson RobertShrum Thomasweid Inger Barry Baird Ralph Mucci L il l ia Guzan Ma roly n McCandless Antoniette Masal Miss Settino THIRD ROW Eugene Polito Naomi Ward Mary K a r a g ia n i s Fritz Sheppler Clara Bla za k I s Eleanor Miles Norma Jean Wolz Dennis Kempa Darlev Kniess Nancy Richards M a r r ly n Marr SECTION 9-K FIRST ROW: John Toth, Alfred Ackles, TheodoreJanis, James I-Iallaman, William Manjak, Rober t Antolini. SECOND ROW: Joyce Peters, Elaine Hovanec, Sandra Adamovsky, Jean Lintio, Patricia Potter, Frank Mish, Rose l-limme, Louella Sutter. THIRD ROW: Earl Cow- ell, IamesCairns, FrancesFeduska, Nancy Novak, Don- ald Perlakowski, William Wheeling. SECTION 9-J FIRST ROW: Gloria Stanovich, Richard King, Alexander Churchin, DannRees, George Vogel, Kenneth Alberts, Pete Sweitzer, John Pushak, Ray Rodriquez, Joan Mol- inaro. SECOND ROW: Helen Wesolowski, Pearl Jula, Donna Jean Johns, Eileen Oslick, Lillian Paul, France Zalewski, Dorothy Donnerrneyer, Shirley Marcus, Patty Valleno, Kay Reeder, Velma Levin, Miss McCrory. THIRD ROW: Paul Standnick, Nancy Blasko, George Petricko, Josephwesolowski, Lewis Grammaria, David Edwards, Pete Bizic, Roy Kenny, Richard Losco, Richard Kelleher. Y -.J-.a Grandma gives some advice . Dramatic Action. "The Maestro" Mr. Stonis instructs future librarians. Leading the band. Dainty Dancers. Entertainment is asse A wifely admonition F r S '-dg.S af if 'I ,V f' W. x L. R , iw 'Y' FIRST ROW: BettyNadzak, NancyRees, Rose Scarpiello, Daisy Kolar, Connie Feduska, Shirley Reese. SECOND ROW: Robert Janicki, Peter Kurulakis, Thomas Plasko Conrad Matter, Donald Gartner. THE T HESPIAN SOCIETY Scholarship, Leadership, Ser- vice, and Character earn their reward in every school. 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STUDENT SENATE OFFICERS Bob Sabonyo, Frances Manko Tom Plaslco TUDENT E ATE FIRST ROW Franceslwlanko PatDruz1sky Emma Maruna Donna Hendrick son BettyDostl1ak CaroleChapala ConnxeFeduska Kay Von Moos Pearl Jula Marian Amsler Barbara Pleta Ixancy Symes SECOIxD ROW Mr Mattuch Allen Kryss Bill Corey Ray Chop Eugene Sestlle John Bauer John Pierson Harold Pastrtck Sam Pttts Leonard Gogltardt THIRD ROW George Corey Vlnce Panama Dick NN ell Alex Langa Bernard Kotula Ed Kopczak Delbert Dovacevrc Charles Skortja I ' . .'.'.'.'.'.'. .... .. ... .. .-.................. ... ...-... . -...........-......... . ...... .-......-...-........... .... . . . .. 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They are already busily scheduling pictures, soliciting, collecting money, and planning the general layout, .Ky l i'fj,11 r lJr.E,,,,Z,, jlwflflkh' EDITOR I 'I HIL' A .- -'lc--,tt it 'FSR I ADVERTISING STAFF f T SW EL ' "JH ,, . 1 ldzg Qref- O ...I They've got Rhythml The theme forthe seventh annual Vocational Minstrel Revue was the "Gay Ran- chero". All dances and rou- tines were conducted with only boys in the show. Sponsors for the production were Miss Stel- la Lazar, Miss Laura Jean Rice, and Mr . Frank Desanzo. .Q 5 N I' 4, ,Y Lg, U ,V J ,g ci, If 'iE1 - , ij mi is l ii E I fi Q i Q' 'il E VUCAT lil AL -. -fed-'rf . 1 3 er- E LJ rw y if Ml TREL . VER 'yr' Y A., g f 1 , Erslb A i E h. I I Q 51 R is li R li' Minstrel Trio Featuring Eugene Dunn, Harry Schoolitz, and Sam Vrankovich. Mexican Hat Dance . 1 .lA w i 'us F5 FN qrwi V' f 5' ' E ' f Melody time at the Dude Ranch. l l ENDMEN: Carol Kolar, Harry Schoolitz, Eugene Dunn, Sam Vran- kovich, Norman Dugan Qlnterloc- utori, Ed Burak, Bill Kopchik, Pete Sezanias, Joe Baran. Q Yi il EE ll . ' " f!110UEff5 f "The Silhouette," Ambridge High Schoolkrnonnnypubhcanon,endeavonto present to the students a well rounded pic- ture ofall school events. News and feature stories highlight each publication. Faculty Comments On School Ch A- ,nz .ill krma i .....,...n, rlinrml' nt thi' -rlzurl ranges here 'ar A :vu 'vm UI Atlllllidur' Hlall S-'iz r-1 'l1. mn. Bclnw tri- Liver' 'ln- iz -e" 1.ur.l', :rr-nbirs on zz A ni IJ: lllnut- nm ulxvr. v slr - '- . . ,. npr.. :rs .r,,. rtrzigi- Ill. i rliri.. ,- lt vi 1-.rrlivr -t .vw '- 'rv rlr rust- :... rmziw .ma .r.1'. Zimmer. l.r:.- ulngv thi-3 xxlsn L.r'lr., Frefrnh .r:. Ni.-. Gil:i'.i1. d Spirit-It .irr- :i',..1l.1nli- in till Unch-rzit Ln rnrn- pzir'isun mth ur .uid xtreme Thu ni1xs...rl eaiisurirnx irutlniie ni bins' Cxerjr day nf Inu new raferterla will ll Chex lm the uni--hai: or rltnis mlm lne our in Lu' lrnnis ui Arnbrl 'ri the students will nl the criletimzi. -thou! 'tizthoat nluvbrxr new wxsiern nl' yz-w.rrlw mr xii.- anri g.rls gint :Keck lin' roudf' hot Inn- 'hr- tuul .ind Ll.0 url. dat' Snare ntnsi 'aka .ld'r1lriiaa" the noon-hour period will bo :slim-rr-rzmi, The nurlrl- IIIQ IN lllldel' GY? IIITAIIEIQLPIIIFIIL IIOEY txlrh Dr Bnnne in .nartgc of the gilldgrtre Pmgrzxrn. the IG testing. and aleo the follow-up nork with the Iuiu These remarks by up the new conditions 'he opinions of some farnllti merit- bers Mr L P Shlilfvr incur Nrhnnl .yxtmn ine nxfrdein trend x Mr- S14-lla I.zx1.a:--- :nnn:e"t. v is xr lztrl I ihlmr rv 'rizll straighten xi-elf 11: 'r.r- ivry near' tniinr M1'l Drake 'I think Ili Hetmrlt and vnghtlr urnderx cl..s-r-- hui ii Ls defnzlrli in the '.,i:.'n1o- fx: srninr 'irwu liavo been Mr.. I-Ielrn Hu .zdr-:Ve .r drum.. V711 I-'41 ,Xllilil " n..i Santini .mn K . wud --p.. X1 1 I Pir-turf-d .rbuvr rm-vit-fd many and Sir. spurnm Historical ll Cnff Hanna.. whim 71 nit .tau t.. ...mixes v 'Ir av. Mar. built retreats in Buclcs County. :attitude and long may not fl' gfaduam' SILHOUETTE EDITORS led Dr Serene sum ' 1 - . arly bm ,,,,,.E,,.0 FIRST ROW: Shirley Reese, Nancy Rees, Nell M a mrosh, Elsie Boschetto, Rose Scarpxello, Odtle , of ' 1 - - the Clerc. SECOND ROW: Conrad Matter, Helen Dudentch, Angela Vastlakts, Betty Lou Gurcrc, Harold mv. I h klh , . . . i 5. ,H ,:H:lm,,i Jacobs, StephenGref. THIRD ROW: MissGrrffith, Pete Kutulakts, Walter Koczera, Donald Gartner, MS t-:-. pr-tuxessrxe ' James Cofenlh AI llrr- prowzzi Q u,n2'1e1rxg but. mer ,. . . , . V , . .Y aller- mli 1 xy Y X X M Dnembn lnl. xr-.L i1.l n.rmx r- it ity- nr. me iloo. Ir vars rifrirlrrl .r. .4 MP xmdmh Timed for membw- Conrad Martxrr ,,,. Mr. Kimber l.rr.r rnf-r-ring uw lnllnvi nn- initm: 4 Sr Hmh B.rskv1b.ill rmrnf- Jw, In .hp dllmamvw Huh VID D.lv1dVValLhE'r's Tontmjfl-Iughes .r' .1 aenn-s rhr- inezliori ul sf-lerrlna nmi nwnxbvr- Mfllllilf' HUYW' I,H:mm MLB lrlwplried ax m mimfh Peter Kuiulakis , , Uncle Stanley asm Bi Uv 11-or-261119. f'-I-11 iilmvfi' 5' 'i'l""" Cl"-li 'uh' .hurt-nrt -iwriln bil riwsen Inn in. Bfdfllel' Bollall MESH! Fmlfl' Ml- rnr-nnai-1 -unrnts 'lr' n.nrws in itil 7 Sf HHH' Bllbk"'l"'ll fri-mf' AMD but Nh.. I ,.,. 1. .t ..., tim... ..i.., Mar- Panco , . Sue Barrington x Y sinrlcniw .inn he thinks .xnnlll rinali- HNF-Bl'1H'1'i ARM' R wx l' ' 1 A -Llwx iw f"'u"' 'ml' 1- mr- rriezribrwelirgi in nw rim, 1: si Hmm urrskr-multi rsamr- x"f.'l".-if'ff- LMI? l RJ" v. "ws .wp Mr' Ilndnnn Ftiffl CNY 'HUIW' il'HlIu'lwfl',A lawr ,hp , Alwykx .m,I,,,,,,.d. 14 P.nr1 .arrmrrtilir 'nw xrrrr- 'M' WI-' " ,mm dlmk Aw: Ilw fir-' ,rr i ' r ,U ll fkmzr- '-:'lr:':.rr1' .n ' 'Iliff first pm in me txesluizc nlnx on Orwb ALA!! SOIL-Hv:i:'lr-rl 9 IU mmm be SILHOUETTE WRITERS M 'l"l"'llN"'l FIRST ROW: Katherine Pappa S , In Dc.'c:nbz'r P , no cirn-ft.. Nancy Shepherd, .Jana Troyan, f y .1, V 5 i:11zn: 1' " Lf Nell Mamrosh, Potty holland, ,L ir... 'f Elaine Hall. SECOND ROW: Mir- W-' iam Kosta nza, Shirley Meyer, Di L Nancy Rees, Betty Strock. THIRD I-we l'f. 1- ' ROW: Lynnea Larson, Ga11Cl1riS- ga F. , . 6.4 , ty, Eileen Wagner, Doris Mus- 1 ttf. grave. FOURTH ROW: Georgiann Maletic, Cecilia Kneiss. Nj- C'1.L H 'vu ti.: -. ..c lyme... ... .. :Le are had H .r1t.:1g .uid Fu-h.:.s. C1 . r :.c J un, sw XI: H'wr1:.' Nl: r . .221 INCRS Syn-rx.i Club '!1f- ..r't SLM 1L.Q 4 . -.r 'i frzzci FL.: .ztcrz 'tx' gy :.s :-it. ' Bly- sr - ini- mime: r4.1.ri :11 h C'1.rJe 'L-..r:..1rs . 1 ' r Lf: - plate nlvcr' -hoes ZU11 L1':: .lad 11112 .cage ' .:rr:,- '.r'. .md blue' C:.r-- CL.: .w'.t,i1i-c ry. Nl. r". 4.11. il. .IZI-2 .i::,rx , znrntcl or-.5 ,rad Z,1r M-f E:..:.. .rl LV , 1. lrapi. Ii. 11.11. lx 1 .lr urn L'1..o -pfnsrrr-Q ng. M: Ks ' L. . V-,. Xlviiiilgix Y--' --'- 'wr 3 IQ? .111, Nll,llIll :.l li. ln, ,r..l a. BRIDGERS ELIMINATE RIVALS FRUM ALIQUIPPA Gfidkeview 5gIg'3?3i'3fiEff'r"f svonrs IN snonrs Ambrl '-6 '.i SILHOUET TE REPRESENTATIVES ln FWS SEATED: Marlene Conrad, Joyce Peters, Vera Krokonko,ShirleyReese, Nancy ,hffflffj Gray, Rachel Bramble, Gloria Stanovich, Anita Stefanacci, Patty Bramble, Nancy Symes, Joan Berchieve, Viola Bartolomuccl, STANDING: Anita Stel- U I lata, Jeanette Matrzie, Eileen W a gner, Eugenea Yedgenak, Elsie Boshetto, W T, ., Lorretta Ludwig, Carol I-Iuk, Mary Ann Ihnatka, Norean Dixon, Clara Bozakis, 'gl Nell Louise Direnzo. IJ: I: Ku Iii il.'r1Li I Irl' 'Q l I fliil ' K.lf.I .... I ,':i- Ha. Bm 'l.- . .,l l l l l l I ll X l I 1 I I I lll'illr' ls Klw' I I I l ---.1 -'P I 5. ' at ,I 3?.,xfi" I I SILHOUETTE ADVERTISING 'S L" - FIRST ROW: Jean Nestor, Dolores Giammaria, Betty r Dudenich, AnitaStefanacci. SECOND ROW: Georg- iann Maletlc, Betty Guzan, Helen Dudenich. I '- I: ' xnlfijxr n rs 1.-1: 1 K ,, -4 ' -' " L r ,. 1 , 3 1-. - ,..V-, 1 Publications of this newspaper ore produced monthly. Four oges of delightful recdlng are enioyed by all . 'Nil R xl fll95iil?Ull:RY .N f.l ln- 1 f-Ili -'v-it-:I ' 'vu II All of the classes were re- presented in this successful pro- duction of Moss Hart and George KauFr'nan's Broadway stage play. The cast, under the direction of Frank Desanzo, gave their final performance on November I6. C,-ISI' III SI ROI If.11:X'-i114c'1riL-LI.I'r,1..cwLJrJduIx,IJn.1Li.rrII1L'r, I'rL'dn.1np, 104111 w I I w II I '.1 yr, Jam'z?x1- CII1.rL-, Iiohjazzii ki. ALMOND HOW: SIL-pI1ai1 I III 5-v..3:r. D.rx'1dWaIIIrL-rs, Cozzrlic-t.I:1Irfr, I'L'IL'Ii.IIa1IaIiig Joan GEIIRGE WA HI GTO SLEPT HERE" ,L V Vt 'gwix ' 2 WILL IT EVER STOP RAINING? RESTORING THE HOUSE TO ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION. ,Q .ff Th 3' 4 -- 56 1.-1 "A LITTLE HONEY" "A Little Honey", a hilarious three- act comedy by William Davidson, was presented by the Senior Class. ln the cast were many Thespians as well as some new performers. .- CAST FIRST ROW: l-larry Schoolitz, Phyllis Kutulakis, Edith Smith, Ieantwivrgan, txlarionEssek, Mr. Desanzo. SECOND ROW: Dick txlclfarland, Bill Neville, Mari- anne Blaziar, Shirley Finatri, Irene Zawasky, Joan Garner, Tom Miller. "OUR MISS BROOKS" The hilarious two-act comedy, "Our Miss Brooks", was presented by the Am- bridge High School Thespian Society Troupe lO32. This play written, by Stephan Gref, was part ofthe initiation in which forty- one members were welcomed. CAST FIRST ROW: Don Gartner, Sherry Moore, Bob Arnett, Gail Christy, Cecelia Kneiss. SECOND ROW: Marion Essek, l-larry Schoolitz, Shirley Meyer, David Walthers, Stephan Gref. "ADAM'S EVENI NG" This comedy-farce was resented by the Junior Class of T951 . The roles were mostly character parts and providecliexcellent opportunities for demonstrating acting ability. Mr. Desanzo did an exceptionally fine iob of directing this unusual comedy. CAST Pete Kutulaliis, Mildred Bionda, Joe Perusic, Connie Matter, Catherine Stakis, Bob Janicki, Carolyn Davis, Frances Gradek, Rose Scarpiello, Don Gartner. -wa: .,.., LL- a . -0.-. . -Q, GIRLS' GYMNASTIC CLUB FIRST Row: Elvira Aiexa, Gen il Gatehouse, Carolyn Davis, Gail I Butchers, Pat Druziski, Loretta Sasadeusz, Loretta Luketic, Joan I rl Hrinko,Cathrinewrobleski, Shir- X ley Reese, BettySalvador, Marie Ouiroz, Ruth Foringer. SECOIND ROW: Mary Walters, MaryGuido, '- Alicica Kalabakes, Donna Payne, Gerry Pastalak, Frances Dombra ski, Bt-ttyl-lolland, Viola Bartal- amucci, Carol Huk, Irene Kuhni Rose Escoto, DoroloresGiammar- ia, Jean Nestor, Delores Suber, Dorothy Sichad. THIRD ROW: Charlene Plubill, Lorraine Stel- zig, DorothyMan, GladysFletch- er, Joan Sinovic, Janet Duncan, Dolores Seman, Roseann Linteio Phyllis Lolli, BettyCameron, Es- ther Bombiani, Barbara Frederick- son, Ginger Monternayor, Rose Heck. . 49 -A 'SS' -I . .f -1-4 fi- I uni- Lf TYPING CLUB FIRST ROW: Irene Gazda, Marilyn On- drako, Georgine Papantonio, Ann Lor- ek, Catherine Ozenich, Shirley Thur- kins, Florence Smith, Caro1Campbell, Lorrain Morgan, Evelyn Rogers. SEC- OND ROW: Eva Measel, Dorothy Hoko, Victoria Falkowski, Ann Himme, Do- lores Rosen, Sylvia Serak, Roberta Al- sko, Rose Schlione, Johanne Kolesar, Mary Palontonio, Joan Morrison, Mi- falda Russo, Dorothylimmerman, Miss Gia mma tteo. THIRD ROW: Sandra Boggs, Evelyn Petkash, Maryleranick, Eleanor Snyder, Mary Ann K res c h i, Donna Cappriotti, Rose Galuschak, Georgia McKenzio, Loa Mancinetti, LaVerne Barnhart, Louise Kohut, Mar- garet Santo, Angela Caldarelli. f -Q Q3 I . ' A ,. , 1. if v N X v ,X -C X X 4 X xx S- L, s- ,C x -- X' 1' x K w X. Mx I x, f, x -.1 W l X . r ' 4 i 9 - LEADERS' CLUB FIRST ROW: Joan Hrinke, Elsie Boshetto, Gail Butchers, Genny Gatehouse. SECOND ROW: Shirley Meyer, Joanne Hertneky, Carolyn Davis, Betty Nadzak, Peggy Bard, Delores Privol, Pat Druizisky, Laura Sasa- deusz, Connie Feduska, Loretta Luketic. THIRDROW: Marjorie Dale, Betty Cameron, Mary Ann Stranko, Iris Farrar, Connie Barn- hart, Miss Spahr, Miss Yost, Elaine Hall, Vera Krokonko, Dorothy Kisiday, Marjorie Mihalic. FOURTH ROW: Ladie Radwanski, Marie Quiroz, Betty Lazorisak, Rose Heck, He1enKnopic, RuthForinger, JoAnn Pesano. BOYS' GYMNASTIC CLUB FIRST ROW: Don Kerr, Charles Heibert, Steve Bur- sky, Leonard Gagliardi, E1Smegalsky, Stanley Wil- amousky. SECOND ROW: Vince Simonac, Eugene Sestile, Sam Gagliardi, Ted Schmidt, Joe Shulay, Albert Harsh, Charles Sevens, Dick Nicgorski. CHESS CLUB FIRST ROW: Jerome Kempisty, Richard Lansberry Ray Masal, John Shumsky, Charles Heibert, Her bert Stein, Danny Jacobs, Marcus Vlassopoulas. SECOND ROW: Richard Hustead, Mr. Steinberg, Ted Marr, Ed Kopczak, Joe Perusic, Harold Jacobs Erwin Ronczka, Louis Rhode, Robert Squires. fu 11 ,- Q OO 'S' ,ma :S ,I Ju E, J ""iZ'1' AERONAUTICS CLUB SEATED: Brograna, Sofranko, OCIUCCICFC. Milflha 5250!- STANDING: Engleman, Mack, Churchin, Metzzer, Mr. Horseman. 9- S V E .. , ll W' " J. sf -,f-6 1 ,g-van-1 1-nur' 5, GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Brandt, Rich, Salvader, Stefanacci, Srellara, Gauet, Rowley, Gurcic, Rotola, Juhn, Kisiday. Simoni, Cameron, Quiroz, Rees, Pezzillo. SECOND ROW: D. Sudia, Pappas, I-lorak, L. Miller, A. Sudia I-laseley, Shepherd, Granitz, Rotondo, McClure, Mattzie, Merman, Boyd, Yakobik, Troyan, Glatz, Rice Stakis. THIRD ROW: Miss Rice, Torrito, Wanderlick, Scicholone, Guzan, Wyllie, Kowell, Anfhony Giammaria, C. Miller, Morris, Telford, Thompson, Maletric, Reese, Shoup, Dudenich, Jargo, P. Moore Riborich, Kanakis, Russo, Vagonis. FOURTH ROW: Knauss, Kefalas, Bartolomucci, Thomas, Bowan, G. Candros, Barnhart, Mindek, Alsko, B. Candrow, Vasilakis, Kellas, Morse, Jurczak, Dubensky, Manko Hertneky, Dixon, Seman, Musgrave, Vega, Gula, Muha. BOYS' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Jim Romigh, Earl Cohen, Jack Shepherd, Fillmore Shepler, Charles Heibert, Ray Masal, Sam Gagliardi, Russel Horner, Eugene O'Brien, Walt Koczera. SECOND ROW: Miss Rice, Dan Willis, Bradley Bowan, Jim Blazier, Eugene Hrynewich, Don Laniewski, Bill Powers, Joe Perusic, Mike Romaniak, Gerry Parker, Andy Lazorisak, Rich Jula, DonGartner. THIRD ROW: ConradMatter, Calvin Cook, Ray Zakovich, Stanley Wilamowski, Eddie Evans, IoeKotu1a, Ray Shumsky, Richard Nicgorski EddieBologa, PeteKutulakis, Andrew Matzie. MADRIGAL CLUB FIRST ROW: Betty Strock, MarianneSpehar, RoseScarpiel1o, NancyRees, Loretta Muha, Don Gartner, Mar- tha Ford, Doris Musgrave, Conrad Matter, Ann Sudia, Walter Koczera, Fred Vignovich, Ray Masal, Eugene McCullough, Shirley Hendrickson, Connie Feduska. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Sudia, Gloria Candros, Eugenia Yedgenak, Loretta Luketic, Irene Waslo, Shirley Reese, Miss Rice, Miss Parson, Betty Thomas, Dolores Se- man, Iris Farrar, Carol Rice, Kathryn Stakis, Jeanne Glatz, Linda Miller. TI-HRD ROW: Charles Heibert, Earl Cohen, Jack Shephard, Andrew Duda, James Romigh, Joseph Perusic, Edward Evans, James Hoskinson, JoeKotula, MichaelRomaniah, Georgewronosky, Eugene Hrynevich, Gregoryliostas, Johnlula, Pete Kutula- kis, Andrew Matzie, Fillmore Sheplar. P fx H 4. F i cv X I I I 4 P I Nay -' 61 J' bf ,x,s, af ', A-4 Y y V. 7 A .1 I MIXED ENSEMBLE ' FIRST ROW: Loretta Luketic, Shirley Hendrickson, Marywheeling, Martha Ford, Loretta Muha, Eugenia Yed- genak, Nancy Rees, Patty Shafer, Betty Strock. SECOND ROW: Jim Romigh, Walter Koczero, Irene Waslo, JoanKasnic, Miss Parson, Barbara Nardi, Marianne'Spehar, Rose Scarpiello, Mary Pasco. THIRDROW: Conrad Matter, Edward Evans, Andy Lazorsiak, Don Laniewski, Joe Perusic, DelbertKovacevic, Pete Kutulakis, Andy Matzie. 'fi-R1 ,.s""" . ..-.. V - - - o '- ,,, 1 ,4., 'I 5 .,,,I.Q::'-.gffg .5-Eg-1 "'-2.-5-fr? :ff '-2 fi' vigil f i!f!f:.'n.f1,iQ?' Q ' 1 SQQYQQQ YQ ' Ko W f , h b ,g 4 Q I , Q .M .PM 73 ifIwiw'W ' .A Q '. ,Sqn- ql!! ln- ' !' Q? , .9'Q, ' ' iiiiv-lui 4 Q 4 A Q. 1 3 ui...-... 11.1.1 '29 f , P 1 1 'ing-1-----fr-' uv . ,, ,Y .,,, . H C'.:3-uv.b.9-C-1r-s- --e-..-u'-v-o4.-v- -1- - -e'A"'4-"'4"4l'- -'4h-'-lS"-- ' - 4 V '- " '- .qv,.-1..- - -V ..- iiqtp-va. nav-"0-"""' "-"' ' 'K ' nv ss'-sive vi F 'F F 'P Q K- V+' fifs.-' -if I mlb AA sz I ..l....! ...Z f --.B-fs 5Zfw fSK2QTiv.i,fi.fQ IQ' gvfgywfwfwiifw, l 4 ,QYkT,5. TFB,,ffE -,L 45 ,Q- s g Q V'1'fi'---sv-.93 U 'Y 1 U Um ml units ..f- 5, ,. v 4- ., Q . , ' ., - . 2 , , . 1 v. -- ,.,,, .'-'pun-,-rx vE5'1'lhq-.-q4Kg..v-.vh..T...-',.- , Q USHERETTES FIRST ROW: Lucille Savino, Peggy Acheson, Judy Day, Marianne Choich, Helen Gaza, Marlene Kelly, Dory Shandick, Lola Vega, Shirley Reese, Rose Scarpiello Shirley Stubbins, Martha Ford, PatDruziski, Gail Butch- ers, Doris Musgrave, Mildred Bionda . SECOND ROW: Frances McClain, Carol Rice, Rhoda Hasley, Betty Hol- land, MarieTorrito, GeorgetteRotolo, Dolores Horniak 1 Veronica Sleviac, Alice Horak, Barbara Wylie, Marlene Wanderlick, Beth Rowley, Kay Von Moos, M ar ia nne Spehar, Dorothy Z i m m e r m a n , Irene Sarkigon, Donna Capriotti, Georgan McKenzie, Mancy S h ep h a rd, Pat Moore, Marlene Neiman, Emma Maruna. THIRD ROW: AnnSmith, LoisBrant, PaulinePezzlllo, Vera Krokonko, Elaine Hall, Frances Kappas, Marietta Yakolic, Carol Granitz, Rosanne Lintio, Pat Bramble, Louise Poula s, IoanneKasnic, Betty Latka, Helena Vukelic, Evelyn Sed- lock, Mary Gallagher, Marilyn Ondrako, Anita Stelloto, Betty Cameron, Dot Kisiday, Irene Homjak, Marianne Kolarchic, Janet McClure, Barbara Loslfo. SECRETARIAL PRACTICE FIRST ROW: Shirley Quail, Gloria Candros, Doris Shan- dick, Irene Gazda, Delores Ribar, Betty Lou Gurc ic, Shirley Stubbins, Loretta Luketic, Dlrothy Sudia, Beverly Barrickman, Joan Hrinko, Catherine Hendrickson, Zen- aideAversa, MargaretBogosian, Katherine Pappas. SEC- OND ROW: Miss Kozak, Helen Kuharsky, Ca ther ine Wrobleski, MadalineClrka, Angeline Vasilakis, Rita An- thony, Mary Ann Ha licek, Helen Dudenich, Kay Von Moos, Ruth Ann Urda, Delores Suber, Victoria Fa lkowski, Eugenia Yedgenak, Mary Ann Balicki, Irene Kanakis, John Mihalich. THIRD ROW: Fred Vignovich, Cora Ann Dixon, Evelyn Burzese, Wilmetta Campbell, Roberta Lewis, Mary Paolantonio, Nyla Telford, Catherine Ozen- ich, Mary Benedict, Sophie Vagionis, Joan Winzenried, Elmira Shafer, Joanne Hertneky, Joan Trumbetas, Mar- garet Knopick. 4 , H -t. FINANCE COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: IreneKanakis, Anita Stellata,NancyShep - herd, Nancy Goerman, Betty Strock, Pauline Pezzillo. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Kisiday, Rhoda Haseley, Kay Pappas, Shirley Meyer. THIRD ROW: Lucy Saveno, Con- nie Barnhart, Ann Sudia, PeggySanto. STANDING: Mr. Horsman, Marlene Wanderlick, Barbara Wyllie, Shirley Geatz, Shirla Lewis. Iii! BEHIND THE SCENES OF GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE FIRST ROW: Jerome Kempisty,, Rose Marie Musloe, Rose Scarpiello, Anita Stefannachi, Peggy Bard. SECOND ROW: Pete Kutulakis, Ed Kopczak, Nancy Shepherd, Vera Krokonko, Valeria Rotondo, Marlene Wonderlick, Kathrynlxiarks, Barbara Wiley. THIRD ROW: Betty Dudenich, Anita Stellato, Frances Manko, Shirley Reese, Florence Smith, FOURTH ROW: James Simon, Dolores Semen, Walter Finch, Joe Kolarchik. FIFTH ROW: Eugene Hryweniwich, Jim Barkasky, Walter Koczera, Anthony Paul, Mr, Barner sponsored this group, LIGHTING SQUAD Pete Smolinski, Pete Andrews, Leroy Canonico, Roy Palmer. 65 STAGE SQUAD KNEELING: Micke1:Sabastian, IameeBar casky. STANDING: Edward Kopczak, Jer ome Kernpisty, Eugene Blalfo. EJ: Ivy LIGHTING SQUAD Joe Roman, Louis Rhodes, John Kr y na k Steve Tyma, Wayne Beeman, Geo. Gar ner. BOYS' PATROL FIRST ROW: Christner, Shepherd, Jacobs, Heibert, Reese, Sostarich, Arthur, Folino, Amato, Sovich, Pavlokovich, S. Gagliardi. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kokoski, Zakovich, Romaniak Evans, Perusic, Laniewski, Kubit, Dickson, Kutulakis, Wel- lis, Jula, Koczera, Sevin. THIRD ROW: Ciprioni, Tropold, Rossick, Ronczka, Kotula, Boykins, Stefaniak, Kozel, Math- CNVS. GIRLS' PATROL FIRST ROW: Doris Musgrave, Doris Shandick, Pat Druzisky, Rose Scarpiello. SECOND ROW: Elsie Boschetto, Carolyn Davis, Gail Butchers, Connie F e d uska , Genny Gatehouse, Betty Strock, Shirley Reese. THIRD ROW: Janet McClure, Marlene W anderlick, Dorothy Kisiday, Joan Trumbetas, Eileen Wagner. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Shephard, Betty Cameron, Patty Bramble, Ann Sud ia. STANDING: Marty Ford, Betty Nadzak, Judy Day, Lois Brandt, Darla Troyan, Vera Krokonka, Frances Kappas, Rhoda Hasley, Rosanne Linteo, Catherine Ozenich, Anita Stellato, Anita Stefanacci, Goldyn Turcic. JUNIOR RED CROSS FIRST ROW: Barbara Rossick, Maxine McClain, Betty Hol- land, MissRoss, Pattylrwin, MaryLouMeIlott, Beverley Bar- rickman, Dorothy Sudia, Joan Brandt. SECOND ROW: Carol Stewart, PattyRoss, DemetraKa11as, Angeline Villella, Rich- ard Rossick, Joan Petrosky, Anita Stefanacci, Frances Mc- Clain, Joanne Kasnic, Marietta Yakobik, Jean Nestor. THIRD ROW: CarolRice, Betty Dudenich, Joan Sostarich, Paul Reese, John Gomersall, Irenejurzak, CaroleRuminsky, Nancy Goer- man, Dolores Suber. 66 ff , ii A ' "Ab M , if f Llvcjf! A ,J f U j ffl! . ,af , 3 of r ,ri r , 5, 4 .A ,,,x,ff L M! if ,pi r' M' ,uv ' J A -' 'J Qc?" ,, L! ,fl ff, ij .TV V Lv 'I 558' 'Q '4w f tv yr-if-7 KK, XJ!!-1' f , I R!-1 f -" . 'ff . If., J FOOTBALL USHERETTES FIRST ROW: Helen Gaza, JanetMcC1ure, Catherine Pro- kop, Gerry Tomei, Martha Ford, Gail Butchers, Rose Scarpiello, Anita Stelloto, M Jean Nes- tor. SECOND ROW: Jeanette Mattzie, Pat Morris, Pat Shafer, Judy Day, Joanne Hertneky, Anita Stefanacci, Betty Guzan, Rose Escoto, Valeria Rotondo, Vera Kro- konko, Carol Rice. THIRD ROW: Marie Torrito, Joann Brant, Maxine McClain, Joyce Double,,Justine Shramko, Louise Kohut, Barbara Kopsic, Janet Kirschler. CONCESSION COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: Donna Cappriotti, Georgia McKenzie, Em- ma M a tuna, Kathryn Marks, Mary Lou Mellott, Mary Rose Slappo, Mary Kopriva, Angela Angelides, Pat Har- vath, Iris Farrar. SECOND ROW: Shirley Quail, Marion Fulmer, Dolores S muc h , Betty Holland, Camille De- Stefant, Char1otteKairy, FrancesDombooski, Anna Mae Himme, Bette Thomas. THIRD ROW: Joellan Cochenow, Rita Anthony , Nancy Heyman, Patty Wagner, Peggy Acheson, Jeanne Glatz, Joan Trumbetas, Victoria Fal- kowski, Shirla Lewis, Daisy Kolar. BOYS' FOOTBALL PATROL FIRST ROW:Mack, Zakovich, Arthur, Amato, Gazliardi, Jacobs, Christner. SECOND ROW: Pania, Willie, Peru- sic, Folino, Kubit, Laniewski, Kotula, Romaniak. THIRD ROW: Kutulakis, Kempisty, I-Ielbert, Ciprioni, Ronczka, Boykins, Sovich, Shepherd, Stefaniak. HISTORICAL SOCIETY FIRST ROW: Pheobe Felk, Nancy Rees, Shirley Reese, Martha Ford, Betty Nadzak, Daria Troyan, Rose Scarpielli, Nell M a mr os h , Nancy Goerman, Daisy Kolar. SECOND ROW: Marie Torrito, Walter Nadzak, Ted Felk, Robert Arnett, Frances Manko, Judy Day, Shirley M eyer, janet McClure, Betty S troc k, Pete Kutulakis, Bobjanicki. THIRD ROW: Mr. Budimir, Joe Kolarchik,Harold Pastrick, Jack Shepherd, Bill Corey, Conrad Matter, Irvin Ja c ob s, Bob Squires, Don Laniewski, Don Gartner. CANTEEN COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: Phyllis Lolli, Judy Day, Betty Nadzak, GailButchers, Frances Manko, Emma Maruna. SECOND ROW: Sherry Moore, George Wrono- sky, Anita Stellato, PattyBramble, Rosa nne Linteo. THIRD ROW: Mr. Barner, Miss Trembley, Joe Perusic, Dennis McCoy, Mr. Fink. ART PUBLICITY SEATEDz Toni Karr, Doris Troyan, Sylvia Jacklet, Odile Clerk, James Plesh, Walter Koczero. STANDING: Eileen Wagner, Mike A ntonetti, Sherry Moore, Shirley Reese, Mrs. Lutman,ConnicFeduska, Joe PQYUSIC. .f DEBATE FIRST ROW: Sylvia Valavonis, Betty Strock, Rose Scarpiello, Donna Cap- priotti, GeorgiaMcKenzie. SECOND ROW: JoyceMathias, Nancy Symes, CharleneKepic, Marie Lorrito, Vera Krokonko. THIRD ROW: Jack Engle- man, Harold Jacobs, Pete Kutulakis, Bob Janicki, Walter Koczera. SPEECH FIRST ROW: Dolores Smuch, Nancy Symes, Sylvia Valavanis, Georgia McKenzie, Donna Cappriotti, Joyce Mathias, Georgiann Maletic, Mary Lerves. SECOND ROW: Barbara Wyl- lie, Charlene Kepic, Joanne Hartling, Connie B a r nh a r t, Kathryn Marks, Marie Torrito, Rose Scarpiello, Betty Strock, Vera Krokonko. THIRD ROW: Marion Fulmer, Walter K o c z e r a , Harold Jacobs, Pete Kutulakis, Jack Engleman, Robert Ja n i ck i, Nancy Shepherd, Patty Ross, Mariann Berk- ner. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB FIRST ROW: Harved Weil, Matt Vucinich, Harold Dunlap, Albert Orahalik, Burak, Leon Work, Alex Lango, Alex Aldrian, George Kucht- jak, Basoliga, Ronald Martin. SEC- OND ROW: William Yeager, Bradley Bowan, Mike Agrecy, Don Biddle, Mike Antonette, Kosis, Gus Buzic, Jacklet, Dovicevic, Rich Larrich, NormanAms1er, Mr. Hoskins. THIRD ROW: Lonnie Solley, Rappo, Shum- rok, Lee Phillips, Roszba, Harold Zehnder, Pascud nik, Charles Johnson. JU lllli- E lllll Pll0M Toward the beginning of spring, everyones attention turns to the Prom. Gowns and suits are assembled in gay quantity and flower shops are left pleasantly unoccupied of their floral masterpieces. The crowning of the King and Queen climaxes a wonderful evening of fun and entertainment. Gloria Mack and Richard Kasper won the coveted crowns at the Prom of 1951. Then the happy couples leave to attend the gala Post Prom Party. All in all, the Prom is a perfect end to the school year. sb' ' 'c t S.: 'iff if Y . Ulhe hCoronc:g1on4,f " Q K' if 'Kennywood Bound Aj Af , ,ff N F 'Q x X T1 . All Ser For Harrisburg Ouchl All MicheIcngelo's 1' .flu 793:12 M M--:1 'S Q..Af ' v , gl 1 X -, LXX f, X Q., 2 " FT ' , .l ,pvxrff ' Frm I M' 2. f ?"'29'fefQ. T ' N K' ' i,1 1 1. yr lv' ll i "' K r I .I l I 4: 5' xix A , Ap HOTS ,, . ,, r K l Nt, l Q' A I , 5 1 X ' ' m . ..,.. ..r A r A Jcr Full Of Money Gypsies seal-' 4 Ywn Mr, SENIOR llILH CHEERLEADERS Mirulla Smith Barbara Fredrickson Roseanni Lintio Dolores biammaria Frances Maiiko Patricia Bramble JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Eileen Freed, Peggy IoMcCoy, Janice Dunn, Frances Feduska, Patsy Santo, Pati Vellano. 'V ' A-'fl'-':..qe FIRST ROW: Dolores Giammaria, Frances Manko, Patricia Bramble. SECOND ROW: Barbara Fredrickson, Roseanne Linrio. THLRD ROW: Marcella Smith. ..---1 8 ,. . -r ,4 .nt QggQ Fl-.4 - -..--51:4 4, Eileen Freed, Peggy Jo McCoy, F r a ri c e s Fedusl-ra, Janice Dunn, Pau Vellano, Patsy Santo. ksvovurs E6 ,EA'l'l0N ABOAIlD ...- AM K gh! v 1 in 1 I -J ........4 I-- I . 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X .A , 'R Q. 5' . xg e rw- . . 9,3 "'.rdkfg.qs x vi., - , X -, e. ' 'n A -X x A ,' . w ,F , - ' Q A - mill! ' yum v X J. I ' ,x- w I, p I ii Y - . .', 4 ,, . ' 'wiv' 4 N as I '. I 'Ag . , e - . , . x . HR ', ' 5.5!-qv fr L, lk E' 'f '. " - -Q . , 1 "' x 3, -' . 'B' vt., lk Q-., fb " ' i 'JI' ' t' ' win 5 Q . -xT..ntl 'inf ' ff 5 ff" Edward Barak Robert Buralc Tackle Tackle l95Ibs. l88lbs. FOOTBALL PLAYER TUDAY... 203 -vs-,ww --1 Q- -Qi- "Whlmpy" Whitmore skirts around the IO yard-line before being brought down by an Ellwood City tackler. Ambridge later went on to be eliminated from the W, P.I.A. L. Double A competition by virtue of a 6-6 tie. An attempt by Ambridge's George Corey to break up what appears L0 be a completed pass play. Guard Bob Llvltski pre- pares to meet the receiver. A George Corey Halfback L60 lbs. Michael DeGenr1ero Guard T63 lbs. William Heck Halfbaclc T65 lbs. James Kazil End T70 lbs. Richard Kmif Tackle T63 lbs. i . gage.. 5-nf.-V ,V .. W: 'a Pri!! QV 1 .W -'f-inf -- ,..- ... Eugene Kozel Robert Livitslci James Siehl Center Guard End 165 lbs. 170 lbs. 198 lbs, -w? 5 - V- s fr' 'as f4jf-ik" ' fi? ' li 4,'.7l'- 'f 1 -'war COLLEGE ME romomzowu.. Robert Sobonya Guard 170 lbs Although trying desperately, Rochester tacklers are unable to stop John Homjack, Bridger fullback, from scoring. This was l-lomjack's second T. D. ofthe game in which Ambridge won by a 20-I4 score. Ss-as Wilmer Whitmore Halfback 150 lbs. William Yerzyk Quarterback 195 lbs. A few yards was all halfback Frank Bombiani was able to gain in Arnbridge's hard foughtbattle with the New Brighton Lions. Bridg- er's Clper and Comchoc areready to lend assistance to their fellow team mate. FO0TBALL 'ffl I ,rw W r 1. r'-'K .s -'D A. " ,.. .Yv- The l95l Ambridge gridiron eleven, marked bytremendous spirit, overcamea startling weight deficit to end the season with a very impressive record. Under theexperienced guidanceof Coach Mike Sebastian, who made his debut as chief Ambridge mentor, the' Bridgers triufrphed, in six out of their nine scheduled grid battles. . - ' The New Brightongor-ne whichthelridgermen nearly wan in the last seconds, had some 'cone solation in the realization that itwas anonleogue team. ' N 6 Ellwood City and North Catholic handed the team heartbreaking ties of6-6 and I3-I 3 respect- ively. Despite these facts, there is onlyonephroie which canapply toourgallant warriors of the garnet and gray-Hats offl I ' SEASON -s necono ' Tarentum ' 6 Ambridge 29 Har-Brac I 2 Ambridge 2l New Brighton 25 Amlsridge - 2lf Beiiver Falls 7 Ambridge 26 Vandergrift 6 Ambridge 40 Aliquippa 6 Amlaridge ' l2 Ellwood Ci 6 Ambri - , 6 oc s er m ru Erie St. Vincent 7 Ambridge 20 North Catholic I3 Ambridge .fn-4' -O C O 1 ' . P! A"gq,9,g 1 1 K v 4 , vi ,ily nw , . rr A A ,. ,v V, J . . . ' 'ar wf- ' 46: 6 s 1 - ' 2 "ff9".'1"M 1 if - "' ff. 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Fleetfooted half-back Frank Bombiani ga ve the team that added burst of speed. Bombiani still has another year in which to show the fans that speed and determination are essential factors in win- ning ball games. The eleven men pictured above were the starting lineups for the Bridgers in most of their games of the 1951 season. Guards: Joe Kohut, Ri. ert Sobonya, Center: Tom Regney. Tackles: Robert Livltski, Jim Marsillo. End: James Siehl. Backs:WilmerWhitmore, RudyComchoc, John Homjak, George Corey. END: James Kazil. Many other Bridger gridmen also saw action. Pictured are the very reliable replacements that gave Ambridge the added strength when needed. First Row: James Hoskinson, Edward Burak, Michael DeGennero, Tony Bufalini, Chris- topher Balatstukas, Richard Kmit, Vince Panaia. Second Row: Steve Budimer, Ralph Ciper, William Yerzyk, Frank Bombiani. Jan Feb 5 oi me lppoirriefl Coaikefballs ,, me new Mamas W - A611115 wk Ol C ll coach' wumer 'SP1'l'1U, ,aaui0n10th:,rag,er's mseba ClSelS. es as the 8114861 be WV' am, ' Mr. 5 82 First Row: Sam Johnson, Glenn Whitehair, Walter Nadzak, Vince Panala. Second Row: Coach Adams, James Kazll, Michael Far- rah, Robert Gourley, Regis Laughlin, Andrew Lazorlsak, Edward Bologa, Milton Moratis, Manager. ITY BASKETBALL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1951-1952 Dec . 4 Ambridge 50 Monaca 46 7 Ambridge 41 Har Brach 43 Ambridge Ford City Ambridge Sharpsville Ambridge Swissvale Ambridge Kittanning Ambridge Midland Ambridge Rochester Ambridge Sharon Ambridge New Castle Ambridge El lwood City Ambridge Butler Ambridge Beaver Falls Ambridge Aliquippa Ambridge Sharon Ambridge New Castle Ambridge El lwood City Ambridge Farrell Ambridge Butler 15 Ambridge 62 Beaver Falls 44 19 Ambridge 39 Aliquippa 49 Regis Laughlin with his 25 rebounds in the Beaver Falls game broke the rebound record formerly held by George Moranz, former Bridger star. if F S X all Robert Gourley Center Sam Johnson Guard James Kazil Forward Edward Bologa Forward Regis Laughlin Center Michael Farrah Center Walter Nadzak Guard ar' Vince Panoia Forward ll NWN Andcw Lozoriaok Guard Ginn whmhdf F Gund fffgi Edward Bologa drives in for a right hand push shot as Wozincki of Aliquippa comes from a pivot in an attempt to prevent him from shooting. Glenn Whitehair of Ambrldge drlves ln for a right hand Bob Gourley fights for a rebound with Pia and two other push shot with Pitts 117, and Romich Q18jofA1iquippa. New Castle players. Strahler of New Castle falls in an attempt to prevent Ed Jim Kazilflghts for a rebound with New Castle's Strahler Bologa from shooting. Laughlin drlves ln for a left hand hook shot, followed closely by Woznlckl of Allquippa. Markovich qxoy and Bologa 117, awalt re- bound. 0 an .- 'flaa . 'c Ka- 4, .1 :I .f 01 n-, . ,- Q c 5'- A' S 'AEA A l 2 Q ' 2-1:03-'M JU l0R HIGH PORT 5...- rr . First Row: Semouk, Mihalic, Gal- etti, Kocharian, Mulraney, Gilli- gavn, Burak, Villella, Homjak, Peltz, Swerczyk, Prokop, P. Gross, Klinchak, Benlock. Second Row Churchin, Chop, Fiflegan. Speer Arnold, Sweitzer, Basalyga, John- son, Kresciki, Loschiavo, Dodaro, Hallaman, King. Third Row:Baves, Zugliani, Campbell, Kaminski, Poulas, Ludivico, Morsillo, Mat- tuch, Shourank, B. Gross, White- hair Guido -.r. First Row: A, Ackles, R. Keczmer, J. White- hair, P. Villella, R. Peltz, T. Weidinger Second Row: A. Mancinetti, G. Swierczek, J. Hallaman, S. Prokop, S. Homjak. in-1 - ' g X X i N .uf v L V ' 'X 1 Q I ,,- C 4 J . .1 N- ,sv Ronny Peltz and a New Brighton Junior High player await a rebound. BA EBALL The Ambridge High School baseball diamond proved to be the setting for numerous, closely-played contests. During the season, the Ambridge nine triumphed in five of the ten scheduled league games. The team, coached by Wilmer "Sparky" Adams, experienced several close defeats by one and two- run margins in theirquest for the coveted section championship. Although the team was dominated primarily by seniors, many iuniors and sophomores streng- thened the team and furnished valuable replacements. First Row: Comchoc, Nadzak, Budimer, Johnson, Borro, Pascarella. Second Row: Pav- lakovlch, Pugliano, Kasper, Prince, Hrlnko, Stewart, Morgan. Third Row: Vuclnlc, Hochevar, Covert, Waschak, Adams, Lurabee, Pecararo, Bathurst, Moratis. A, .,.. .L I ,"' i",1g,4gg -w Q MM -1.4 i 'ff K.-.xga-i,,.fT ?"A4 L1 ffQ:lQ"lf, 2 ' V , .,..,...... -,,, "M-'-n-'WW-M--4...'I1i"-1'----+--i isp 1 L., A I -W Zi W f- , , -'."t1r.':'::7-f 5 ' " 1 ? 'g-Lf. A rr ef' 1'-rn - ' - .1 ,:. ytwv' i.L'?u,"f'f""f::f A li :L 7J""C -'WL : ,,:, A :, . , ,- -V ,,-T,,..f.,.,f' 3541 - h 1 0 L V . K - L ,x ,L 3 1 ..4f?f-I-' ' ',, """F"' " A' ' X ' ' QQ l i ' .- -'Q 1 y- J J '1 . " i a Y f . A . 5- V . x 6 W N ,H i " X V V i A' X N A, .1 A 'j-- x K I 1 V V Q , ' X 'QA-. ,, an 'l"' l z .f , i -f , . 4 I Q I 1 , 4 ef 1 J Q 4 C4 X f ', , 1+ 1 Al", ' " if5fl4 '4?f ,A if ' - a- ik ' Q Q 1 ,f' 'ffm A 4' ' Hx, -1 W ' Wg1.:u71X.... TRACK First Row: Kriss, Jacklet, Ljfiuli, Gross, Ciper, Jones, Kenny, Felk. Second Row: Mr. Piper, Harsh, Gagliardir, Gourley, tviartln, Linder, Skorija, Corey, Napolitan, Third Row: Willis fmanagerj, Presto, Kundrat,'Bizit, lviorsillo, Zak, Homjak, Folino tmanagerb. Fourth Row: Kelso tmanagerjgf StfaussLBursky, lsonczka, Krol, Hoskinson, Catanese, Tait, Phillips tmanagerj. ' ,AJ J TRACK AND FIELD TEAM The track season of T951 was one of the most successful season 's that an Am- bridge High School team has ever experienced. The team opened the segsgn by making a very good showing in the Tri-State Coaches Indoor Meetat Schoonmaker Hall, South Park. Ambridge won first place inthe first Beaver County Track Meet held in twenty years. They also placed first in the district qualifying meet held at New Castle. Another accomplishment of the l95l team was winning first place in a 5-team meet with Aliquippa, Coraopolis, Sewickley and McKees Rocks. Bob Gross, captain of the l95l team, placed first in both the mile and two- mile races in all of these meets and Bob "Zeke" Livitski won both the l00 and 220 yard dashed in these meets. Bill Jones another star of the team was aconsist- ant winner in the 440 yard dash. Although those three stars will be missed on the i952 team, another strong team is expected this spring. George Corey and Charles Skoriia have been chosen co-captains of the l952 team. Both boys are two-year letter men and are expected to make good leaders. v -- 1 1 A-A --W L- Gus Blzic, Robert Kundrat, Stanley Zak, James Marsillo. Ralph Clper, Wllllam Binder, George Corey, William Jones, Robert Livirskl. pl YALE First Row: Glorialorfido, Florence Vagias. Second Row: Angeline Zondos, Doris Rob- bins, Midge Towcimak, Betty Hricik, Third Row: Phyllis Vasques, Audrey Mahoney, Iris Farrar, Nancy Robbins, Dolores Privol, Shir- ley Finatri. PRI CETO First Row: Joan Janicki. Second Row: Patri- cia Druzisky, Bernedette Sekanick, Gail Butchers, Sylvia Furness, Marjorie Miller, Third Row: Barbara Robinson, Connie Barn- hart, Genevieve Gatehouse, Loretta Luketic, Lois Mahoney, Carolyn Davis. .Ioan Jonicki recovers the ball GYM A TIC EXHIBITIO Undecided" , "Charleston" Tough work "Baby, lt's Cold Outside "Aloha" Nice Style Finale Little Hollonders Wee-Wee GllLF The Ambridge High School golf team completed their l95l season by winning eight while dropping only two matches. The team went on to take second place honors in Section lll of District 7. The regular golfers were William Gabal, John Dub, Frank Schleiter, William Durnvak, and Tom Mizonik. Bridger Bill Gabal won the W.P.l.A.L. individual golf championship and finished fourth in the P.I.A.A. championship match held at State College, Pennsylvania. William Gabol Arthur Helbig Thomas Mizonik GOLF RECORD Ambridge ll lf2 Avanworth 3 lf2 Ambridge I3 lf2 Sewickley l lf2 Ambridge 3 West View I2 Ambridge 9 lf2 Moon Twp. 5 lf2 Ambridge I5 Bellevue 0 Ambridge l 3 Avonworth 2 Ambridge 8 lf2 Sewickley 6 lf2 Ambridge 6 lf2 West View 8 lf2 Ambridge ll lf2 Moon Twp. 2 lf2 Ambridge l 5 Bellevue 0 93 I E 4 5 5 i 1 t I -4' . ri ., -. J-' 2 . e,U""L' 5' evening. 12. Ambridge gridders entered the big game with Aliquippa as I2-6. . of our victory over Alaqunppa pep assemxbly. of the Histotical fcght cards two to Play. Most T e beat Eno may student Highlighted the Tamburitzan Concert held at-the assembly was presentedby the anovel pep assembiyclimaxed the ofthe t x M si, '-Ti Y . ,. ,-,fx av. ft, K' xasgyyvxuwl. L: . ' 1 1 Q 5 f 3 5 tim I y 5b X Mx 1'1-fog ,fr xy J ui i I . I I i fy I ' 3 i xidva lit.. It ' iwdis J' fx: 'Q' iq 'E 'oigss' I .aopqyqaisenuoqihjgkfj-: ' ' W ' if s r ' as-lffQss'ff?w2.+ -' esagf new mfrfprmsiawvp wonlowrer or.-5i'ac'iQ' " ' mare xi 5' ' to fx,-as vi - s if 1 v c e from,-A trvevgiaibxfd C,HEss.Teerii,', Br ' 'tg wh' ' ' Bed! ' F iliiflfwer N- 251323 an-751 it A .45 ' -- fl Y 2 1 Z if C N -Q Qas wlxi receive 5,7 the student body. mthat victorious with a Falls. ..iry. Q A ...,. .i 'I Strong info bli ing ,using ' ofthese in. auditorium. f and the Mad'igal assemblies with the fa ity the first Student Congress season with Q' Nth ,115 pal than eval, Q: presented-Modrigal A MQ.: ll I 'T air 916952 "3 team traveled to, New Castle for an 8. Talent Night rang the bell for entertainment. 14. Did send her that Valentine today? ' 21-23. Tflof pr ration end in a very successful 29. , .lignior as prov ' xcellmacting x W .1 .4 l nga , 1 , game. P Academy . went to past prom fund. Vocal Concert. lay 'Arsenic 1 - Q 'W team enteredin rtg . eenyivalry between Tiger and 1, 10. Report camagainl Oh well, only typ more 21. The V , I Department went all out in one have iust realized ' there aren't many eshed wonderful game is them. made the tour. We were after a short rest. y f"l57jf'.ffT.: 21. National Honor Installation. Qne of the most looked-forward to events of the - 26. Stiff competition at the Debate finals held in MAY may 5727-.'i'iZ3 f f rn+ .M 55, v -fi' Q-. ... , s 4.4- - at-nn ' xli54f-piV'-' :.' V V lr 1 .5-, . . .41 13104 ll L ,z. ive'-" .47 -ills! ' E ,E ,wgrky-ag -', .'- A -. ,.f-QE sr .'-'YH 'w' af a - ...2f?"ZW ' o - -'e,!"F 'f:i.Jg9' f 1: ' jug .-,3f4.',55..g.-ll" .11qw,.q.'m-,--f?, -L ...K .M vw H . 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