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Our task has been to faithfully carry on a piece of work
originated by those graduated before us. We have conscientiously
endeavored to attain their same high standards.
The work involved in the preparation of this record has been
most enjoyable. Our sincere wish is that in the time to come, this
volume will be a proper reminder of delightful days passed in
Arnold High School.
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Seated: G. R. Bussotti, S. Kapustik, P. J. Malick, A. Pituch, J. R. Fowler
Standing: P. Juliano, A. S. Romito, A. P. Bianco, H. L. Holste.
Boarcl oi Eclucation
The Class of 1947 wishes to express heartfelt thanks to the
Board of Education, which has tried to provicle for them an ade-
quate ancl well-roundecl eclucation.
The members are:
Geno R. Bussotti, Presiclentg Peter Malick,
Vice-Presiclentg 7kSusan Kapustilc, Acting Secre-
taryg "'Louis C. Springer, Treasurerg bkAnclrew
S. Romito, Solicitorg Mrs. Rose Baiger, Anthony
P. Bianco, John R. Fowler, Pete Juliano,
"'Not a member.
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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF 1947:
You are graduating in what we hope will be one of the greatest eras in the
history of our country, and indeed of the Whole world.
If our leaders are successful in securing the peace of the world, this generation
may turn its talents to developing the more abundant happy life that we have
heard so much about.
Men and women of vision and intelligence will be needed if we are to continue
to lead the world. I congratulate you on graduating in a time that is so full of
opportunities for service. May you have the will to serve and the ambition to
succeed in your chosen ways of life.
H. D. Berkey
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
CLASS OF 1947:
You have crossed the threshold into a new adventure. The future beckons
you to carry on and increase your store of knowledge. Let no one deceive you
about your possibilities. You are living in the most momentous hours that man-
kind has ever known. Your future paths are strewn with countless opportunities.
Will you make use of them?
As you go forth -to meet the great challenge of service and leadership I
believe you have what it takes. "May you make this world a bit better and more
beautiful because you have been in it.,, You shall not pass this Way again.
It has been a genuine pleasure to work with your class. In the years ahead
I wish for you a safe take-off, a pleasant Hight, and happy landings wherever
your work may take you. As the controls of your Life Plane move you forward,
maybe you will have some happy memories of your high school days-I hope so.
J. J. PALLONE
Head of Commercial Department
I-I. H. SINGER
unior High School Principal
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Oregon State University
EDWARD F. BORNSCI-IEUER
University of Pittsburgh
RUTH E. CRIBBS
Indiana State Teachers College
Carnegie Institute of Technology
VIRGINIA A. BUSHNELL
Pennsylvania College for Women
Composition and Literature
MARGARET O. CALDWELL
Grove City College
Composition and Literature
GLENN I-I. DAVIS
Indiana State Teachers College
STELLA A. FRANGOULIS
Indiana State Teachers College
Eclinboro State Teachers College
ELINOR R. KEEFER
University of Pittsburgh
JOSEPI-IINE B. LECNAR
Composition and Literature
LAWRENCE F. McGUIRE
Carnegie Institute of Technology
University of Pittsburgh
Vocational Math and Drafting
Government and U. S. History
University of Pittsburgh
GEORGE C. McLAUGHLIN
Chemistry ancl Physics
MARGARET K. MORRISON
Grove City College
MARY D. PALLONE
Indiana State Teachers College
ALICE FAYE RITTER
Incliana State Teachers College
DOROTHY M. RUDOLPH
Composition and Literature
PAUL A. ROSATI
Pennsylvania State College
DOROTHY B. ROSSI
Grove City College
University of Pittsburgh
ALEX TANNAS x .
Government and World History
PATSY C. SIGNORELLA NICHOLAS A. VEN RA .
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DR. L. C. CERASO
MILDRED C. PEFFER
Senior High School
HELEN E. I-IRABOVSKY
Junior High School
DR. E. STEVENS
DOROTHY B. ZIMMERMAN
Senior High School
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THOMAS HANNA-"Buddy" . . . DOLORES PONSART-"Dee" . . . Sen-
class president . . . cooperative . . . ambi- ior class secretary . . . a cute pug nose
tious . . . National Honor Society . . . . . . thinks a lot of Fritz . . . Arlion Staff
Arlion Staff . . . cheerleader. . . . loquacious.
ROBERT COURY-"Punchy" . . . edu- RAYMOND RICCI-"Cosie" . . . Sen-
catecl toe in football . . . National Honor ior class treasurer . . . true businessman
Society . . . friendly smile . . . Vice Presi- . . . loves his Oldsmobile . . . always
dent of Senior class. looking for a good time.
Standing: T. Hanna, R. Coury, D.
Ponsart, R. Ricci.
Seated: Miss R. Cribbs, Miss V.
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LYDIA ADAMS-"Lyde" . . . President VIRGINIA ALBERTS-"Dinny" . . .
of Y-Teens . . . peppy and full of fun enjoys going to Blairsville . . . lustrous
. . . record collector . . .her heart belongs black hair . . . has a smile for everyone
to Joe. . . . Guy Madison fan.
FRANK ALBANESE-"Hank" . . . FLORENCE ANTKOWIAK-"Blondie,'
works hard at day dreaming . . . easy to . . . ambitious . . . National Honor So-
get along with . . . loves his Buick . . . ciety . . . oHice clerk . . . capable . . .
nice teeth. fun-loving . . . Arlion.
GEORGE ARMITAGE-"Smoky,' . . . IRENE BALAZIK-"Rena" . . . neat
veteran hunter . . . tall . . . pool shark dresser . . . pleasant . . . never seen with-
. . . well groomed . . . Virginia tops his out chewing gum . , . Autenreith's candy
RICHARD ARTUSO-"Art" . . . always HELEN BARKUS-"Peaches" . . . great
wise cracking . . . toils at Meadow Gold sense of humor . . . always full of mis-
. . . drives a jalopy . . . brown wavy hair. chief . . . Clinton is her man.
SAM BARTO-Q'Sammy" . . . easy-going VERA BELLAVIA-"Bell" . . . talka-
. . . smooth dancer . . . "What, late tive . . . ice cream fiend . . . wants to be-
againln . . . rugged vocational . . .eligible come a beautician . . . good cook . . .
bachelor. crazy for spelling bees.
EUGENE BASHOUR--"Eug" . . . good- GRACE BIRCH-"Baby,' . . . seen and
natured . . . likes shows . . . wants to be not heard . . . aims to go to college . . .
an auto mechanic . . . spends free time hates riding buses . . . future poet.
JOANNE BISHOP-"Gee-Gee" . . SHIRLEY BOYD-"Farmer,' . . . form-
short and sweet . . . likes to dance . er Belle Vernon lass . . . easy to get along
deep dimples . . . Senior class play . . . with . . . pretty blue eyes . . . eVerybocly's
hails from Bradley Junction. pal.
RICHARD BLOOM-"Dicky" . . . bash- ANN BRYAN-"Honey" . . . friendly
ful . . . nice red hair . . . delivery boy at disposition . . . wears cute home-knitted
Central Drug Store . . . true friend. sweaters . . . Shirl's companion.
GENO BUONO-"Buff" . . . excels in
art work . . . find him under a car in Auto
Shop . . . enjoys dancing . . . inquisitive
VIVIAN BURFORD-"Pee Wee" . . .
ardent choir member . . . great comedian
. . . bakes luscious cakes . . . just wild
RUDOLPH BUONO-"Ko Ko" . . . DORIS CAGNA-"Dorrie" . . . main
hobby is sleeping in Study Hall . . . in- ambition is to grow . . . grand sense of
terest lies in Jeannie . . . good football humor . . . licks her lips over spaghetti
manager . . . basketball player. and pork chops . . . Arlion Staff.
FRED CAGNA-ujaggersu . . . enjoys PETE CARLISI-"Pete', . . . future
hunting . . . bashful nature . . . guitar Harry James from Arnold . . . girl shy . . .
player . . . find him at any soda fountain never has much to say . . . great dislike for
. . . could sleep his life away. cats.
MARY CAPONE-"Al" . . . makes LEONA CHAMPAINY-"Lee" . . .
friends easily . . . pleasant and reserved pride and possession is her long wavy
. . . goes steady with Anna . . . splendid hair . . . faithful band member . . . her
cook. . xg guyis named "Jim."
MINNIE DATRI-l'Blue Eyesl' . . . ex-
pert seamstress . . . her main ambition lies
out of school . . . good clerk . . . friendly.
LORRAINE DAVIS-"Lore" . . . dis-
likes being called Shorty . . . Helen's
playmate . . . smooth complexion . . .
slaves at sister's beauty shop.
BETTY DeVALERIA-'gBette" . .
very pleasant . . . majorette's loss . . .
nice long black hair . . . twinkling eyes
. . . be lost without I-letta.
ANGELO DIONISI-Q'Ang" . . . "Baker
Boy" . . . Patsy's chum . . . always has a
girl on the line . . . pride possession is
his orange sweater.
VICTOR DEMSKI-'QVic" . . . great
boatsman and fisherman . . . basketball
player . . . can't find his dream girl . . .
fascinating blonde . . . enjoys "his,
company . . . only to be photogenic . . .
Jr. and Sr. Class plays
friendly . . . National Honor
. . . cashier at Victory Market . . . always
feeding the gang . . . valedictorian.
IRENE DOMANSKY-"Renee,, . .
likes servicemen . . . gentle and mild dis
position . . . petite blonde . . . compan
VICTORIA DEMSKI-"Vicki" . . .
ESTHER DRAGE-'tDrake" . . . Stewart
gal . . .fgood ball player . . . quiet but
friendly . . . tall . . . good looking . . .
liked by all.
LOUISE DUMONT-"Lou,' .
Home Ec .... capable waitress .
able disposition . . . enjoys sewing
DOLORES ECHON-"Dodo" . . . spa-
ghetti is her food . . . speedy typist . . .
Arlion Staff . . . prefers classical music
. . . sparkling eyes.
REGINA ESPOSITO-"Reggie" . . .
likes public speaking . . . a lot of fun
likes pajama parties . . . cooks delicious
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MELVIN DUNCAN-"Pagliacchi,' . . .
enjoys his Dodge . . . likes to dance . . .
good team supporter . . . relishes ham-
chatterbox . . . likes dancing . . . good
waitress . . . bold adventuress . .
friendly to all.
RENO FANTOZZI-"Ren" . . . basket-
ball star . . . tall, dark, and hmm . . .
likes history . . . good student . . . flashing '
likes to sleep . . . smooth dancer .
livery boy . . . swell kid . . . Eddie's right
ZELINDA FARINELLI-"Zeke" . . . NORMAN FLEMM-"Norm" . . . wants
Falcon is -the boy with her . . . Guy Madi- to be an engineer . . . talkative . . . likes
son fan . . . friendly gal . . . likes dancing a good argument . . . Government is his
. . . marriage is her aim. favorite class.
. . . capable and willing worker . . . Lee's
her man . . . operates the mimeograph
EDWARD FLYNN-"Eddie" . . . the
country air made this lad mischievous
likes Stewart girls . . . baritone in
. . . good student.
talkative . . . delights in going to
FLINN-"Red" . . . peppy
. . . Nello's girl . . . Senior
Class play . . .
RUDOLPH GAGLIARDI-"I-io" . . .
always seen with Angelo . . . likes to
croon . . . enjoys dancing . . . quite a
Romeo . . . still looking for Juliet.
ANTHONY GALLIAN-"Scup" . . .
env where there's Albanese-there's Gallian
parties . . . aims to go to beauty school . . . future business executive . . . pet
. . . in choir.
phrase, "If I'm still here."
FRANK GIGLER-'QGus" . . . loves all
girls . . . intends to enter Mortuary
school . . . hates cold weather . . . cute
beautiful wardrobe . . . likes dancing . . .
big brown eyes . . . Navy veterans seem
to attract her.
SUE HADLEY-"Sue', . . . sort of shy
. . . very nice clothes . . . extremely hon-
est . . . proud of her pretty black hair.
EUGENE HARACZNAK-"String,' . . .
works at the Arnold Drug Store . . . tall
and thin . . . dislikes solid geometry . . .
RUTH GRAFF--"Ruthie,' . . . just one
of the gang . . . toils at Murphy's . . .
favorite pastime is reading . . . attractive
ANTHONY GUZZI - "Guz', . .
women hater . . . clear blue eyes . . . ar
dent fan at all A. H. S. games . . . Mar-
sico is his Star.
UBERTA I-IARTMAN-"Termite" . . .
swoons over "Stardust" . . . very likeable
character . . . has a special liking for
Math . . . Arlion Staff.
MILDRED HEALEY-'tMillie" . . . bril-
liant red hair . . . never bothers anyone
. . . quiet . . . all in all a very nice girl.
MARY ALICE HUNGER-"Honey,' CHARLES JARCZYNSKI-"Chuck"
. . . plays the clarinet . . . always in a . . . basketball letterman . . . tall and
hurry . . . has a smile for everyone . . . lanky . . . good student . . . Vic's pal . . .
National Honor Society. quiet type.
MARIO IOZZI-"Butch" . . . favorite ANNABELL JARIABKA-'tYud,' . . .
class is Study Hall . . . always into some- high honor student . . . Stewart alumna
thing . . . Tarentum wolf . . . card shark. . . . an ardent music lover . . . aims to go
BEVERLY JOHNSTON-"Bev" . . . KATHRYN KANTO-"Kay" . . . will'
good typist . . . neat dressmaker . . . en- ing worker . . . hopes to be a secretary
joys Law . . . has Braeburn interest . . . . . . has Ken Hi interest . . . peppy and
Dolly's inseparable pal. cheerful . . . knows her machines.
WESLEY JOHNSTON-"Wes" . . . LILLIAN KENNEDY-"Lil" . . . comes
gridiron sensation . . . possesses quite a from Stewart way . . . studious . . . con-
physique . . . photogenic . . . girl shy. stant companion-an armful of books
. . . collects character dolls.
DORIS KEY-"Speedo,' . . . likes to talk WILLIAM KNOX-"Box', . . . faithful
. . . future aviatrix . . . boys attract her band member . . . likes Government class
. . .nice lass . . . sport clothes her specialty. . . . humorous . . . Junior Class play . . .
JOHN KNOSKY-"Johnny" . . . con. DQROTHY KORDZI-"DSW, - - -
flrmed jitterbug U . l enjoys "those" par, smiling eyes . . . Mr. Pallone's right hand
ties . . . likes to drive . . . girls attract - - - Narlonar Honor Somew - - - .Tumor
him. and Senior Class plays . . . Arlion
Staff . . . salutatorian.
NANCY KOVAL-"Nan" - - - quiet-and BILL KURVACH-"Kathy, . . . likes
reserved ' - - likes to Sew - - - uSPrinSd3le: football and bowling . . . neat dresser
hire I Comirf- ' - good tYPi5r - - - mr1kY . . . mischievous . . . a neat vocational.
w ite comp exion.
HAROLD KRAMPHOLZ-"Kraut" . .. MARY LAMENDOLA-"Mar,' . . .
Arlion editor . . . National Honor Society good sense of humor . . . Guy Madison
. . . aims to be a clraftsman . . . friendly fan . . . aims to he a beautician . . . life
lacl . . . likes fun. of any party.
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SAM LAMENDOLA-"Sam" . . . band LOUIS LAMIE-"Lemon,' . . . basket-
and choir member . . . enjoys his money ball star . . . makes clever remarks . . .
. . . Tonyis twin . . . short . . . nice wavy likeable . . . unruly hair . . . who can she
hair . . . good dresser. be?????
TONY LAMENDOLA-"Lamoon" . . . ANTHONY LATONA-"Bananas" . . .
one of the musical twins . . . ambition enjoys playing football . . . loquacious
is to own a car . . . likes fun . . . enjoys . . . city's favorite grocery boy.. .liked by
Study Hall. all.
MARY GRACE LAZZARA-"Toots" DOM LINARDI-"Dom,' . . . music
. . . friendly . . . big brown eyes . . . looks lover . . . ardent band member . . . enjoys
forward to graduation . . . pleasant dis- Mr. Klein's jokes . . . tall lad . . . one of
position. Bongi's gang.
GRACE LICATA-"Gracie" . . . lots of THOMAS LISIEWSKI-"Tom" . . .
pep . . . sense of humor . . . natural wavy likes to dance . . . cheerful . . . takes life
black hair . . . likeable . . . enjoys Law as it comes . . . Mr. Pallone's ticket man
Class. . . conscientious.
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FRANCES LYNCH-"Fran" . . . fu-
ture nurse . . . cute and pleasant . . .
Louas pal . . . loves long hair . . . wishes
hers would grow.
enjoys playing basketball . . . easy to get
along with . . . choir member . . . won't
give the girls a chance.
. . . seen and not heard . . . striking blue
eyes . . . nice hair . . . unassuming . . .
gridiron star . . . curly black hair
cheerful . . . strong and not silent .
ways ready for a good fight.
EDGAR MCKILLOP-"Mac" . . . every-
body,s friend . . . makes an impressive
senior . . . outdoor boy . . . has Ken Hi
ROBERT lVIcKILLOP-"Dolan" . .
tries to talk his way out of any predica-
ment . . . likeable . . . prefers tall girls
. . . pessimist.
PETER MARTIN-"Pete" . . . enjoys
playing football . . . thoughtful type . . .
Bob's twin . . . lots of fun . . . studious
. . . courteous.
ROBERT MARTIN-"Bob" . . . friendly
with all . . . likes to sleep in class . . .
great sports fan . . . good voice . . . care-
ANNA MATISKO-"Ann,' . . . enjoys LORETO MELE-'tReto', . . . peppy and
reading . . . boys attract her . . . good cook cheerful . . . likes basketball . . . friendly
. . . tall . . . Ruth,s pal . . . shy in class. smile . . . smooth dancer . . . dislikes to
JOHN MATISKO-"wimpy" . . . cap- MARGARET IVIELE-"Toms" . . . cute
able basketball manager . . . lots of fun dimples . . . lives to eat . . . talkative . . .
. . . likes to dance . . . sports fan . . . never nursing is her aim . . . grand sense of
has much to say. humor.
FRANK MESTON-"Shorty" . . . no FRANK NICOLAZZO-"Nick" . . .
time for women . . . always into some- tall, dark, and handsome . . . argumenta-
thing . . . bashful nature . . . sedate . . . tive . . . suave . . . everybody's pal . . .
one of our shortest senior boys. another of Bongi's gang.
HOWARD NAMEY-"Hudda" . . . DOLORES NOBLE-"Dee" . . . a petite
football player . . . nice curly hair . . . senior . . . reticent . . . good waitress . . .
possesses quite a physique . . . one of the Study Hall is her favorite subject . .
gang . . . always chasing girls. great humorist.
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VERONICA NOVAK-"Ve" . . . pleas- MARGARET OSWALD-"Marge,' . .
ing personality . . . popular girl . . . ambitious . . . high honor student . . .
graceful dancer . . . nice clothes . . . likes Jr. and Sr. Class plays . . . neat . . . pro-
her neighbors. fessional clancer . . . prefers tall fellows
. . . Arlion.
MARGARET OGURCHOCK'uMafgev MARY PANAGOTULIAS-"Zoe" . . .
. . . full of fun . . . her heart belongs to h . . . .
Joe mania e is her aim ' i . carefree onor student . . . inquisitive.. . '. New
. . . g .
Ik Hampshire tan . . . takes pride in her
wa . .
wavy hair . . . collects pennants . . .
LOIS PARKER-"Lois"-. - - Cute H056 FRANCIS PECK-"Fritz" . . . interest
- - - 3 Stewart gal - - - quiet and reserved lies on Kenneth Ave .... basketball star
- - - never has much to Say - - - Short . . . fun to be with . . . toils at Bongi's
stature- . . . handsome.
BETTY JANE PARKS-"Parks,' . . . MATTHEW PECONI-Q'Butter" . . .
brilliant blue eyes . . . enjoys Government football star . . . lots of fun . . . rugged
class . . . engaging grin . . . thinks a lot . . . vocational . . . thinks a lot of Dode
of a certain vocational. . a college life for him.
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PA IA PFEIFFER-"Pat" . . . can't MARIAN PLATE-"Dish', . . . good-
help blushing . . . capable majorette . . . hearted . . . freckles . . . intends to own a
National Honor Society . . . our young- bakery . . . receives loads of mail from
est senior . . . who can he be???? Japan.
ELEANOR PIONTEK - "Dot" . . . MARY JANE POZEL-"Poz', . . . plays
incendiary blonde . . . giggles all day the piano well . . . enjoys sewing . . .
E long . . . likes to read . . . Nan's pal . . . future dress designer . . . quiet and
good dancer . . . poet to be. serene.
RAYMOND PREDEBON-"Baldy', . . . CARMEN PROVENZO-"Carm', . . .
unruly hair . . . original walk . . . National black wavy hair . . . wise cracker . . . pre-
Honor Society . . . football star . . . aims fers short girls . . . Speedo's right hand
to be a chemical engineer. . . . member of Bongi,s gang.
PEARL PROVENZANO-"Pearl" . . . JOSEPHINE PUGLISI-NIO" . . .
nice complexion . . . favorite pastime is warm-hearted . . . has that neat appear-
being with Bill . . . flashes her diamond ance . . . aims to be a beautician . . . easy-
. . . has the gift of gab. going.
ADAM RAYBURG-"Moldy,' . . .
owner and operator of the Black Beauty
. . . one of the gang . . . Tarentum scout
. . . fun to be with.
DARIO RISCHIA-"Dudio" . . . great
sense of humor . . . enjoys sleeping in
Study Hall . . . hails from Tarentum . . .
LOUIS SANTORO-"Doc" . . . ardent
supporter of Sat. Nite Club . . . likes to
hunt and fish . . . ambition is to grow
. . . good shop worker.
ALFONSO SANTUCCI-"Foe', . .
jolly vocational . . . cute dimples . . .
husky . . . lots of fun . . . easy-going
. . . prefers comfortable clothing.
DOLORES ROMPIETTI-"Dode" . . .
stylish . . . expressive eyes . . . smooth
dancer . . . her heart belongs to??? Sen-
ior Class play . . . Vicki's playmate.
NANCY RUNCO-"Junior" . . . shuns
wearing glasses . . . toils at Jacqueline's
. . . happy-go-lucky . . . perfect secretary.
PHYLLIS SARNE-"Deitch" . . . faith-
ful choir member . . . big brown eyes. . .
partial to blondes . . . future secretary
. . . always asking questions.
LOUISE SARTORI--"Lou" . . . neat
. . . fascinating blonde . . . best chum is
Frances . . . good piano player . . . sup-
ports Tierneyis cleaners.
PATSY SCALISE-"Patsy" . . . favorite
song is "Margie" . . . good accordian
player . . . Circle couldn,t do without him
. . . call and thin.
PAULINE SHANER--"Paul" . . . thinks
a lot of 6'4" bus drivers . . . pet peeve is
being aroused at 5:00 a. m .... striving
to be a singer.
LILLIAN SI-IARICK-"Sandy" . . . pret
football letterman . . . only to be with his ty . . . always worried about her figure
girl . . . Senior Class play . . . tall and ...typical secretary . . . shorthand wizard
EDWARD SI-IPAKOFF-"Eddie,' .
ardent choir member . . . nice kid . .
Junior Class play . . . Color Guard . . .
DOLORES SOROKA-"Dolly" .
ambition is to be a surgical nurse . .
choir member . . . Junior Class play . . .
FORD SIMPSON-"Ford" . . . basket- ALLAN SPEER-"Sputzy,' . . . spends
ball star . . . regular supporter of choir most of his time at Suzy's . . . one of
. . . neat curly hair . . . President of Hi-Y. those wild game hunters . . . wonderful
assortment of shirts.
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HELEN STANO-Q'Chicken,, . . . typical I" .- ,f 477,ILOUIS SUKALA-"Tate" . . . football
school girl . . . dainty and petite . . . neat " ' ,and basketball star . . . strong silent type
in appearance . . . interest lies in Ken Hif . . . neat profile . . . girl shy . . . popular
CLINTON STEVENSON-"Clint" . . . PATRICIA SURDYKOWSKI-"Pat"
football star . . . quiet . . . prefers a girl . . . one of our taller gals . . . peppy and
named Helen . . . likes fun . . . rugged cheerful . . . good clerk . . . Ken Hi
vocational. fascinates her.
PATTY TALLARICO-"Pat" . . . great- SALEM TONEY--"Sam,' . . . National
est asset is natural curly hair . . . strives Honor Society . . . basketball star . . .
to learn jazz on the piano . . . swoons former Ken Hi student . . . teachers,
over Vaughn Monroe. dream student.
HENRIETTA TILIVIANS-"I-Iettav . . . DOLORES TORZOIIINI-"Dolly" . . .
boy shy . . . majorette . . . likes solid neat dresser . . . sophisticated but nice
geometry . . . cute . . . nice complexion . . . tall . . . toils at Siegel's . . . likes a
. . . Bettyis pal. good time.
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GLORIA TYSON - "Jeannie" . . . BETTY VVALKER--:'Bet" . . .somewhat
sparkling smile . . . life of any party . . . on the quiet side . . . has that ring on her
sportful . . . prefers a guy named Rudy finger . . . ambitious Broadcaster worker.
. . . Ponsart's faithful chum.
ANNA VALIGURSKY-'QAnnie" . .
drum major . . . cuts a neat figure . . .
goes steady with Tom, Dick, and Harry
. . . likes to go places.
good-looking . . . football letterman
Senior Class play . . . swell chum . .
ways seen with Latona. .
JAMES ZOLLINGER-"Jim,' . . . lots DOLORES ZUBER-"Do Dov . . .
of fun . . . sports fan . . . happy go lucky rugged drummer in the band . . . ardent
. . . aims to be a machinist . . . eligible supporter of the choir . . . cheerful . . .
bachelor. likes a certain "Steve.',
PETER ZORENA-"Pumpkin,' . . . nice
personality . . . very active . . . National
Honor Society . . . plays hot notes on his
bass horn . . . Arlion Staff.
WILLIAM ZUBER-"Moe" . . . ong
shots in basketball his specialty . . . ikes
dancing . . . always has a girl on the line
. . . Tate's chum.
ROBERT HASER-"Stoney,' . . . foot- RUTH TIMKO-"Ruth" . . . Ohio,s
ball star . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . loss is our gain . . . striking appearance
enjoys Government . . . an all-around . . . fits right in with the gang . . . sports
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Seated: Mr. P. Rosati, Miss M. Morrison, Advisers.
Standing: Biss, Presidentg E. Sharick, Vice-Presidentg G. Kuster, Secretaryg L. Haser
Row One: M. Nicastro, H. Haracznak, Biss, W. Wolfe, R. DeMario, A. Linarcli, A. Romito,
Row Two: G. Petri, D. Wissinger, Stennett, R. Holes, Landis, H. Daher, B. Champainy,
G. Kuster, L. Fiinn, M. Overiy.
Row Three: Johnson, Lawrence, L. Janicik, R. Baroni, M. Rusnock, Rayburg, L.
Haser, T. Kowai, D. Puicini, W. Woiosyn.
Row Four: E. Carrai, P. Conte, H. Hoiste, Krasinsky, E. Young, W. Guenther, B. Ponchei.
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C. Sukala, E. Srnish, A. Schantz.
Row Two: G. Rich, D. Ianotta, G. Vairo, F. Bartoli, B. Ross, C. Pilaro, M. Esser, D. Strathen.
Row Three: D. Howell, D. Jarczynski, G. Zamperini, B. Bouchat, P. Robson, P. Veitch,
A. M. Thomas.
Row One: A. Costanza, E. Rode, T. McMillan, R. Flaherty, E. Cecchetti, R. Fiscus, D. Decker
Row Two: R. Romito, Noel, A. Castorina, Hill, G. Plasczynslci, T. Weakland.
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Row One: D. Butz, D. Barr, S. Davis, D. Knepshield, K. Kominko, J. Passewitz, A. DiMuzio,
C. Beveridge, F. Conto, A. Baglieri.
Row Two: Cappello, E. High, E. Longo, L. Lepusky, L. Bartholf, C. Colaianni, B. Crocco,
B. Alberts, L. Albanese.
Row Three: F. Edwards, G. Cimino, M. Harnish, A. Antonucci, O. Parshook, G. Mohney, V.
Johnston, L. Lanfaloni.
Row One: Birty, Sluser, N. Stein, R. Cavaliere, R. Cizma, L. Cloutman, L. Cernicky, C.
Slater, W. Wesoloski, D. Derringer, E. Najewicz, Sopko.
Row Two: A. Simon, Malecki, R. Sherbondy, A. Ciuffoletti, R. Kilgore, A. Borclell, A. Kasav-
age, L. Ghia, E. Lobur, F. Clark, P. Capone, L. Parkhill, C.
Row Three: R. Bender, A. Santucci, S. Sakaluk, E. Shariclc, R. Kuhn, Verclini, Saellam,
R. Baginski, G. Kowalyk.
In Memory of
who died February 26, 1947
Seated: Mrs. D. Rossi, Miss S. Frangoulis, Advisers.
Standing: T. Provenzo, Secretary, Moses, President, A. Cerutti, Vice-Presiclentg Filcik,
Row One: C. Longo, L. Fratangeli, D. Pjontek, N. Scibilia, D. Posati, E. Grosso, M. Zimmer-
man, G. Cebula, P. Ponsart, L. Hazelett.
Row Two: R. Focht, D. Grogno, G. Monzi, S. Runco, M. L. Saska, R. Dunmore, D. Singleton,
M. J. Miller, T. Fuge, M. L. Cooper, S. Dayiida, J. D'Evadio.
Row Three: L. Burlbaugh, D. Morgan, J. Filcik, T. Kuzmiclc, A. Cerutti, G. Green, H. Marello,
W. Massaro, Resh, H. Mooney.
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Row One: D. Hotkowski, T. Clark, E. Errico, D. Dini, M. Hendricks, Grosso, M. Gen-erelli,
R. Farineau, M. Drzymala, A. Powell.
Row Two: M. Lacinski, D. Rosati, S. Birch, E. Monteleone, E. Ulizio, E. Artman, S. Hajel, R.
Brown, B. Matisko, R. M. Stewart, C. Donati, E. Capparelli.
Row Three: G. Scilnilia, G. Loehner, E. Kline, D. Swanderski, B. R-emaley, C. Santucci, G.
Tidd, D. Dasta, B. Chipolletti, L. Davis.
Row One: C. Bowser, A. Martin, M. Echon, L. Yolap, F. Meco, P. Ryder, M. Rayburg, H. Sten-
nett, D. Proierri.
Row Two: N. Becker, M. Zollinger, Potocnak, P. Healey, Remaley, S. Repine, L. Fisher,
L. Fitzpatrick, L. Fitzpatrick, Lawrence, Toscano.
Row Three: I. Childs, E. Zclanowski, Dewey, R. Kowaleski, N. Goldberg, C. Argento, A.
McKillop, F. Datri.
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One: L. Galli, D. Billaie, D. Zuber, Cornelius, Dumont, H. Smith, L. Plyler, R.
Klems, F. Guercione, C. Chomyalc, S. Seyluert, T. Provenzo, C. Schultz.
Two: T. Williams, K. Telcely, R. Schwetz, M. Martino, W. Salcal, R. Slack, Moses, T.
Powers, R. Cipolla, J. Costanza.
Three: A. Riznick, S. Karrs, H. Tilmans, A. Fl-eeger, R. Scalpello, D. Mele, W. Johnson.
One: E. Anulli, A. Ulizio, D. Davis, L. Miller, R. Falco, J. Adams, G. Rowles, J. Guiclo,
V. Noel, J. Valenti.
Two: G. D'eSantis, Warcloclip, R. Keller, C. Mydock, C. Ewing, Kuba, L. Vivola, P.
Parecles, R. Rhodes, S. Torchia.
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Row Two: Mr. Pallone, Adviser, D. Kordzi, F. Antkowiak, D. Ponsart, G. Tyson, T.
Row Three: R. Ricci, H. Krampholz, S. Sakaluk, W. Knox, P. Zorena.
The staff is to be commended for the excellent work they have done and the
time that they have spent working to make this edition a success.
To the future editors and co-workers, the staff extends its best wishes and
looks forward to seeing the publication of noteworthy yearbooks in years to come.
Editor ...........,........,........... ,...... .............,.... ,,............. H a r old Krampholz
Associate Editors... D. Kordzi, M. Oswald, M. Panagotulias, F. Ant-
kowiak, V. Demslci, D. Cagna, T. Hanna, P. Pfeiffer
Business Manager ...........,..........,.,,....,.....,....................... William Knox
Assistant Managers ,... D. Ponsart, F. Nicolazzo, G. Tyson, R. Ricci,
Art ..................,. ,..,.,..., D olores Echon
Photography ....,.. ..,....,...,.,.. ..,......... U b erta Hartman
Sports ........... ............,..,,.,.....,................... S . Toney, Biss
Juniors.. ......... C. Colaianni, Passewitz, S, Sakaluk
Adviser .............,........,........,..,...,. Mr. Pallone
"Get the news" is the motto of the journalism class. The task of publishing
the Broadcaster, the school paper of Arnold High School, rests with these students:
Editor-in-chief ....., ............ T homas Hanna
Business Manager ..., ...... F lorence Antkowiak
Publicity Manager .. .......... Lydia Adams
Circulation Manager .. ........ Ruth Graff
Advertising Manager . ,........,. Betty Walker
Exchange Manager .. ..... Uberta Hartman
Music . ,..,... .....,. Victoria Demski
Reporters: Grace Birch, Esther Drage, Annabell
pietti, Patricia Tallarico, Henrietta Tilmans.
. .... Marjorie Fitzgerald
News .......... Patricia Pfeiffer
News ..,.. Margaret Ogurchock
Miss V. Bushnell
Mary Panagotulias, Dolores Rom-
Typists: Doris Cagna, Dolores Echon, Florence Antkowiak, Uberta Hartman.
Row One: B. DeValeria, P. Tallarico, M. Ogurchock, H. Tilmans, R. Graff, P. Pfeiffer, U.
Hartman, M. Mele, D. Echon, L. Flinn, D. Cagna.
Row Two: Miss V. Bushnell, Adviserg M. Panagotulias, G. Birch, B. Walker, A. Jariabka, D.
Rompietti, L. Adams, M. Oswald, M. Fitzgerald, V. Demski, T. Hanna.
Row One: C. Beveridge, D. Barr, D. Butz, G. Desantis, L. Burlbaugh, A. Ulizio, D. Linardi,
M. A. Hunger, L. Champainy, D. Marsico, P. Carlisi, L. Galli, L. Vivola, B. DeValeria,
P. Ponsart, A. Valigursky.
Row Two: H. Tilmans, F. Conto, A. Costanza, T. Lamendola, W. Sakal, R. Falco, A. Fleeger,
J. Costanza, A. Gianccla, B. Guenther, Dewey, P. Guzzi, L. Bartholf, P. Pfeiffer.
Row Three: A. McKillop, E. Shpakoff, P. Zorena, P. Conte, S. Lamendola, W. Knox, B.
Champainy, D. Zuber, J. Lawrence, R. Cipolla, R. Focht, P. Veitch, C. Argento, J.
No school would be complete without its colorful marching band. Arnold
High School certainly has a spirited band. They have proved their prowess by
their numerous performances at the football games the past season. Also at the
basketball games they have entertained the people with a variety of numbers, which
included popular and martial music.
In May, the band presented, in cooperation with other bands in the valley, a
joint concert at the George Leslie Memorial Stadium. It was well received by the
Dom Linardi and Peter Zorena were chosen to play at the All-County Band
Festival at Greensburg.
The band is under the direction of Mr. Albert Moses.
Row One: T. Hanna, R. Flaherty, F. Nicolazzo, D. McCracken, G. Plasczynslci, W. Sakal, E. Shpalcolf
F. Simpson, S. Lamenclola, E. Cecchetti, A. Costanza, D. Decker.
Row Two: B. Champainy, N. Koval, E. Pjontek, D. Singleton, G. Cebula, R. Dunmore, P. Shaner, Mr.
A. G. Moses, Director, D. Zuber, G. Zamperini, K. Hunger, D. Rompi-etti, V. Demski, P. Ryder
Row Three: R. Baroni, R. Tomayko, G. Kuster, P. Healey, M. Rusnoclc, A. Baglieri, L. Champainy, G.
Mohney, A. Antonucci, V. Johnston, D. Zuber, L. Fitzpatrick, L. Flinn, L. Adams.
Row Four: F. Antkowiak, L. Flinn, P. Pfeiffer, B. DeValeria, M. Ogurchock, V. Burford, P. Ponsart,
M. Zimmerman, P. Sarne, M. Miller, L. Bartholf, M. Oswald, D. Sorolca, R. M. Stuart.
Row Five: D. Linarcli, P. Zorena, V. Alb-erts, L. Lepuslcy, B. Ross, R. Timlco, A. Jariabka, L. Albanese
M. Echon, F. Meco, B. Matisko, C. Frash, E. Flynn, P. Conte.
Seated: G. Rich, L. Giancola, E. Miller, W. Sakal, S. Lamenclola, A. Costanza, A. Giancola, M. A
Hunger, D. Linarcli, P. Carlisi, L. Galli.
Standing: Mr, A. G. Moses, Director, W. Knox, P. Conte, A. Lamenclola, Lawrence.
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C. Beveridge, D. Butz, L. Bartholf, B. DeValeria, F. Conto, P. Ponsart, H. Tiimans, D. Barr, 1, f 'L'
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G. Cebula, G. Kuster, R, Flaherty, Lorraine Flirm, T. Hariri, Lois Flinn, P. Healey
,national Hanoi ocieftl
Row One: R. Coury, M. A. Hunger, D. Kordzi, G. Kuster, T. Hanna.
Row Two: S. Toney, E. Dqsabella, F. Antlcowiak, P. Pfeiffer, P. Zorena
Row Three: H. Krampholz, R. Predebon, H. Holste, G. Zimmerman.
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Row One: R. Timko, L. Hazelett, G. Kuster, M. Rusnock, G. Zamperini, C. Bowser, L. Fisher,
E. Longo, G. Vairo.
Row Two: H. Stennett, G. Petri, G. Loehner, A. Powell, M. Panagotulias, A. Baglieri, R. Graff,
L. Adams, L. Haser, L. Fitzpatrick, M. Echon, D. Cagna, M. Drzymala, V. Demski.
Row Three: C. Frash, D. Sorolca, G. Cebula, D. Zuber, D. Walkowiak, S. Daylida, S. Repine,
F. Antlcowiak, R. M. Stuart, K. Hunger, C. Santucci, C. Chomyak, Dumont, M. Mele,
D. Rompietti, M. Oswald, P. Sarne.
Row Four: F. Edwards, R. Dunmore, R. Klems, D. Posati, J. Guido, F. Guercione, E. Mont-
eleone, C. Donati, T. Fuge, M. Zimmerman, M. Miller, S. Birch, P. Ryder, T. Prov-enzo,
R. Farineau, M. Rayburg. V ' .
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Row One: D. Cagna, Z. Farinelli, Puglisi, D.
Torzolini, R. Esposito, F. Antkowiak, M
Mele, M. Lamenclola, R. Timko, E. Drage
Row Two: D. Echon, V. Burford, P. Tallarico,
M. Plate, M. Pozel, P. Surclykowski, E
Flynn, A. Speer, D. Korclzi, K. Kanto, L
Kennedy, H. Barkus, G. Licata, D. Dziadosz
Row Three: G. Tyson, P. Sarne, C. Gonzalez, E
Dqsabella, V. Alberts, R. Ricci, R. Buono, L
Sharick, N. Runco, L. Dumont, V. Novak, B
Johnston, P. Provenzano.
CLUB 1 1
Row One: A. Baglieri, L. Bartholf, A. DiMuzio
F. Conto, S. Davis, B. Crocco, D. Knepshielcl
E. Longo, K. Kominko, Passewitz, M
Row Two: D. Hotkowski, C. Sukala, E. High, C
Colaianni, L. Lepusky, G. Vairo, F. Bartoli
S. Repine, E. Ulizio, S. Birch, C. Donati, S
Row Three: R. Tomaylco, D, Jarczynski, A. M
Thomas, B. Bouchat, A. Castorina, Noel
D. Strathen, D. Howell, D. Tirdel, M. Hen-
dricks, B. Remaley.
Row One: B. Chipoletti, D. Dini, S. Hajel, G
Ticld, H. Daher, C. Pilato, M. Esser.
Row Two: Bishop, Stennett, Guido, D
Wissinger, I. Balazik, Lanclis, L. Davis, M
Lacinski, R. Holes, G. Petri.
Row Thr-ee: Potocnak, A. McKillop, D. Decker
R. Fiscus, C. Schultz.
Row One: Cappello, G. Cebula, M. Zimmerman
E. Pjontek, N. Koval, A. Powell, L. Hazelett
Row Two: S. Seyhert, B. Parks, D. Ponsart, D
Soroka, D. Singleton, C. Frash, D. Grogno
G. Monzi, B. Ross.
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Row One: D. Proietti, C. Bowser, M. Healey, L
Janicilc, A. Martin, S. Hadley, H. Sitano.
Row Two: Remalrey, A. Bryan, L. Fitzpatrick
L. Fisher, F. Meco, H. Smith.
Row Three: E. Cecchetti, E. Young, Krasinsky,
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Row One: M. Datri, D. Pjontek, N. Scibilia, M. L
Cooper, L. Fratangeli, D. Dasta.
Row Two: C. Longo, M. G. Lazzara, . Bellavia
A. Matislco, F. Lyn , E. pparelli, D
Row One: M. Iozzi, A. Romito, W. Bolosyn, E
Rode, R. Gagliardi, Knoslcy, N. Flemm
Row Two: F. Simpson, F. Alhanese, H. Schultz
H. Holste, T. Lisiewski, R. DeMaria, Mr. P
Row Three: A. Gallian, F. Nicolazzo, A. Rayburg,
R. Flaherty, D. McCracken, H, Mooney.
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Row One: E. McKillop, L. Eitzpafriik. X .
Row Two: N. Becker, . Ra burg Mr. N. AJ. fVen-
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Haser, F. Datri, I. Childs, Filcilc, Biss
W. Wolfe, S. Karrs, A. Riznick.
Row Two: M. Zollinger, H. Tilmans, D. Mele, T
Weakland, D. Morgan, Moses, M. Martino
R. Scalpello, G. Green, P. Martin.
Row Three: Toscano, T. Williams, W. Massaro
T. Kuzmick, A. Cerutti, E. Carrai, R. Martin
DRAMATICS CLUB 1 1
Row One: B. Paredes, L. Lanfaloni, F. Edwards
C. Beveridge, L. Albanese.
Row Two: D. Barr, T. Kowal, O. Parshook, M
Rusnock, G. Zamperini, B. Alberts, M. J
Overly, Miss M. Morrison, Adviser.
Row Three: Rich, G. Mohney, R. Baroni, G.
Cimino, P. Robson.
Row One: A. Latona, D,Evadio, D. Pulcini, C
Provenzo, W. Zuber.
Row Two: G. Zimmerman, L. Sulcala, R. Coury
Row Three: E. Shpalcoff, S. Toney, F. Peck, R
Predebon, L. Lamie.
DRAMATICS CLUB 10
Row One: P. Ryder, R. Klems, C. Santucci, B
Matisko, M. Echon, D. Posati, C. Chomyak
Row Two: D. Zulner, P. Ponsart, T. Fuge, M. J
Miller, F. Guercione, T. Provenzo, S. Runco
Row Three: M. Generelli, D. Bilbie, Cornelius
T. Clark, M. Rayburg, H. Stennett, L. Yobp.
Row Four: G. Scibilia, R. M. Stuart, G. Loehner
K. Hung-er, Dumont, E. Kline, E. Errico
M. Drzymala, E. Artman.
Row Five: Mrs. D. Rossi, Mrs. Lecnar, Advisers
eniofz Glass plan,
A Comedy in Three Acts by Tom Taggart
w-Phe Little Terrorai
Albert Burrows, a young man of eighteen ............... .....,,. G eorge Zimmerman
Julia Burrows, Albert's kid sister ........,............, ....,......,.. L orraine Flinn
Ollie, the Swedish maid .,.,........,.,,,..,................,.... ,.,.,.,.. J oanne Bishop
Frances Gaylord, the girl who lives next door ...... ........ V ictoria Demski
Mrs. Burrows, a modern mother ..........,.,.,.............,.. ..,...,.. P atricia Pfeiffer
Mr. Burrows, editor of "The Daily Standard" ...,,.. .....,,... P eter Zorena
Dannie Evardo, small-time racketeer ....,..,..,.,...... .....,..,,. H arry Schultz
Nora Lansdowne, Mrs. Burrows' cousin ...,.,.........,...,. ........ D olores Rompietti
Kittie, Miss Frankenstein, Jr.-the little terror ......,.,.. .......,.,. D olores Ponsart
Consuela Barry, a night club entertainer .........,..,.........,..... ......,.., M argaret Oswald
Stage Managers: Raymond Ricci, Anthony Latona.
Prompters: Dolores Zuber, Dorothy Kordzi.
Property Managers: Anna Valigursky, Mary Alice Hunger.
Play directed by Miss Margaret Morrison.
Orchestra directed by Mr. Albert Moses.
uniofz Glass plat,
A Date with Judy
A Comedy in Three Acts by Aleen Leslie.
Judy Foster, a teen-age miss . ,,.......,,....,.,...,......,... ..... .
Melvin Foster, her father .,..,..,.......... ......
Dora Foster, her mother.. ,.,... . ,,.,......,..... ..,...
Randolph Foster, her younger brother ,,..
Hannah, the belligerent cook ...,,...,.......
Barbara Winsocket, Judy's friend ..,.,...........
Oogie Pringle, man in Judy's life .,.........,..,....,
Mitzie Hoffman, another of Judy,s friends ....,.
Mr. Martindale, a theatrical producer .........,...
Mrs. Hotchkiss, the laundry woman .,......,.,,,.,.
Tootsie Whiteman, Judy's rival .........,....,...........
Eloise Hotchkiss, her daughter, who elocutes ...... ..,....
Mrs. Shlutzhammer, of the P. T, A. ...,.,,..,.,.........,....,
Rexford Meredith O,Conner, a new boy in town .......
Susie, Rex's kid sister .,.....,.,........,...,..,...,.,..................
Prompters: Clara Colaianni, Betty Crocco.
Stage Crew: John Krasinsky, William Wolfe.
Properties: Flora Bartoli, Lillian Janicik.
Play directed by Miss Margaret Morrison.
Orchestra directed by Mr. Albert Moses.
........ Theresa Kowal
Row One: VL. Flinn, L. Haser, Miss M. Morrison, Director, T. Kowal, J. Stennett, A. Baglieri.
Row Two: R. Kilgore, C. Beveridge, F. Conto, G. Zamperini, O. Parshook, J. Rayburg, M.
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FINAL INSTRUCTIONS BY COACH TANNAS
The 1946 football season began with a disappointment to players and coaches
alike with the announcement that there would be no summer football camp-no
suitable and convenient spot for such a camp being available. However, when the
first call was issued on August 19, forty-five boys reported for varsity practice. The
squad was later cut to thirty-five players. The season that followed resulted in a
record of which Arnold High School can well be proud, seven victories with only
two defeats, one of Arnoldis best records in many years.
To team, coaches, and managers, is extended the appreciation of the student
body and the acknowledgment of a job well done.
In the initial game of the 1946 football campaign, a determined Lion team
invaded the Mars High School gridiron, and soundly trounced the opposition,
Z1-0. The clash featured Louis "Tate" Sukala,s fifty-four yard touchdown gallop,
early in the second quarter, and the expert kicking of Robert Coury, the Lion's
In the season's second scheduled clash, the Tannasmen, behind a superb front
line, overwhelmed the Rankin Jack Rabbits, 32-0. Each man on the squad made an
excellent showing for himself, but the spotlight again followed the outstanding
playing of the left-halfback, "Tate" Sukala, who advanced the pigskin into pay
dirt three times, piling up a total of 215 yards to his credit.
ARNOLD-35 WEST DEER-7
True to form the Tannasmen annexed their third triumph in as many starts
by drubbing the West Deer gridders, 35-7. Wesley "Wes" Johnston, triple-threat
fullback, carried home the game's individual scoring laurels by romping across
the goal line three times. Jack Biss and Sam Torchia accounted for the remaining
Row One: C. Stevenson, K. Tekely, A. Kasavage, R. Coury, A. Marsico, H. Tilmans, W. Mas-
saro, Birty, D. Morgan, W. Johnston.
Row Two: Mr. R. Stuart, Trainer, S. Torchia, Hill, R. Romito, Biss, G. Kowalyk, R.
Baginski, G. Zimmerman, A. Latona, L. Nicastro, L. Sukala, Mr. R. Cowen, Trainer.
Row Three: Mr. R. Terlinski, Assistant Coach, R. Predebon, R. Haser, M. Martino, P. Martin,
J. Moses, M. Nicastro, H. Schultz, P. Paredes, C. Mydock, H. Namey, Mr. A. Tannas,
Row Four: Mr. N. Ventura, Equip. Mgr., R. Buono, Mgr., C. Provenzo, Mgr., G. Rowles, T.
Powers, J. Kuba, M. Peconi, W. Wolfe, R. Rhodes, J. Resh, J. Adams, L. Lamie, Mgr.
The Orange and Blue suffered their first Class A setback of the
season at the hands of th-e Tarentum Red Cats. This game seemed
fated to end in a scoreless deadlock until that second in the final
period when a powerful Lion drive ended in "Wes', Johnston's plunge
across the goal lin-e. The attempted conversion fell incomplete. The
Red Cats were not to be outdone. They came back with a touchdown
and a completed kick for the winning point-with only three minutes
of playing time remaining.
ARNOLD-21 EAST DEER-0
The Lions came back strong from the Tarentum defeat to
trample the East Deer gridders Z1-O. Gaps mad-e by a strong of-
fensive line gave "Wes', Johnston the chance to go through for two
touchdowns. Predebon, on the four yard line caught a pass, tossed
fourteen yards by Coury, and crossed the goal line standing up, to
add another six points to the Arnold score. All conversions were
John Kuba ended a Buck scoring threat late in the game when
he recovered a fumble five yards from the goal line.
ARNOLD-7 SPRIN GD ALE-20
The first quarter of this game was high-lighted by fumbles on
both sides, but Springdale cashed in the Lion fumbles for pay points
to down Arnold 20-7. The Lions! only touchdown came in the final
period when Wesley Johnston carried the ball across the goal line.
The Leechburg el-even proved stronger opponents than the
Lions had anticipated. Ray Predebon and Richard Romito blocked
an attempted Leechburg punt. The ball was scraped up by Romito
who raced forty-five yards to record the Lions' winning touchdown.
ARNOLD-20 FORD CITY-6
Arnold fans, although always loyal, were a bit skeptical of the
Ford City game. The resulting Glasser defeat was enthusiastically
received. This was one game in which the Nbreaksn went to the Lions!
The freak play of the evening occurred after Johnston had dropped
back into kick formation and received a had pass, which he im-
mediately snatched, ploughing his way through the defense for
thirty-nine yards. Two plays later, Johnston went over to tie the
score. From that point on, the Lions made their victory decisive!
ARNOLD-32 PLUM TOWNSHIP-6
The '46 football season ended in a blaze of glory for the Lions
when th-ey defeated the Plum Township gridders 32-6. It so hap-
pened that the most stirring episode of that game had nothing to
do with football.
This contest featured the last Arnold appearance of Mr. Glenn
Davis, Arnold High School music director. At intermission, Mr.
Davis was called upon to lead the Alma Mater, during which his
band formed his initials, G. D., in tribute to the fine job he had
done as their leader.
And so ends a brilliant football season for Arnold High School!
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The basketball season in Arnold opened on a
discouraging note with the Lions suffering defeat
at the hands of Wilkinsburg, Ford City, New
Castle, and Butler, all pre-league games.
However, in the regular sectional competi-
tion, the Lions hit their stride and chalked up
eleven victories against one defeat, to gain the
newly created Section II crown.
L. F. MCGUIRE, R. M' TERLINSKL As Section ll, W: P. I. A. L. chainpions, the
Head Coach, Assistant Coach' team met Aliquippa in the quarter-finals at the
Pitt Stadium, where the Lions bowed to the In-
dians, but not without giving them a hard battle.
Arnold High School is proud of the record made by these players and their
coaches, Mr. L. F. McGuire and Mr. R. M. Terlinslci.
Row One: Matisko, Manager, W. Zuber, L. Lamie, F. Peck, R. Fantozzi, S. Toney, L. Sukala,
R. Bender, manager.
Row Two: Mr. R. M. Terlinski, Assistant Coachg A. Marsico, D. McCracken, R. Predebon, C.
Jarczynski, E. Sharick, V. Demski, F. Simpson, R. Buono, Mr. L. F. McGuire, Head Coach.
Row One: Saellarn, Manager, G. Kowalyk, Moses, H. Holste, E. Carrai, A Cerutti P
Paredes, M. Martino, Manager.
Row Two: Mr. R. M. Terlinslci, Assistant Coach, A. Rizniclc, R. Sherbondy, J. Biss E Najewic
J. Filcik, Mr. L. F. McGuire, Head Coach.
W. P. I.
Edward "Ed" Shariclc
William "Moe" Zuber
Salem "Sam', Toney
Raymond "Ray" Predebon
Rudolph "Rudy', Buono
Louis "Lou" Lamie
Reno "Ren,' Fantozzi
Louis "Tate" Sulcala
Victor "Vic" Demski
Francis "Fritz" Peck
In the initial contest of the 1947 basketball season,
Arnold spirits were dampened when the clever and
speedy ul-loly Cityn aggregation took home the laurels.
Lion tactics did not come up to expectation.
All was well the following Tuesday night! Re-
bounding from their loss, the McGuiremen topped the
Vans 35-34 in a fast and exciting game. Although
handicapped by the loss of Captain Louis Sukala, the
Lions claimed victory under th-e leadership of Louis
The previous Wilkinsburg setback was avenged in
a thrill laden contest which included one overtime
period. With only nine seconds remaining in the game,
"Moe,, Zuber sank the winning point. The game's scor
ing honors went to "Tat-ev Sukala for his twelve points
With this game, the Lions began to really look good!
ARNOLD--3 1 FORD CITY-38
A hard-fighting Lion team failed to upset the
"Glasser" iinx and the contest ended with an Arnold
defeat. The team fought hard throughout the four
periods with Lamie and Fantozzi spearheading the de-
For a second time, the Lions emerged victorious
from their clash with the "Blue Lancers." At one point
in the game, Arnold was forced to work fast to stifle a
Vandy rally when the invaders crept within two points
of their hosts.
ARNOLD-26 NEW CASTLE-33
A strong New Castle quintet fought from behind
to wind up on the long end of a 26-33 tally. Louis
Sukala garnered ten points in the Lions' third defeat of
ARNOLD-24 FORD CITY-39
The Ford City jinx held in their second Arnold
game and the Lions scored only 24 points against the
"Glassers', 39. Although the teams were evenly matched
in the first half, the Lions wilted and were outscored
21-9 in the final half.
In the opening game of the Section II rivalry, a
greatly improv-ed Lion team trounced the Red Cats
42-37. Louis Lamie contributed 16 and Ed Sharick 10
points to the Arnold score.
ARNOLD-39 NEW KENSINGTON-30
A seemingly victorious Ken-Hi quintet was treated
to a Lion surprise when their 14 point half-time lead
was erased and they were handed a Z9-6 drubbing in the
final half. The Lions, starting five shared equal scoring
By defeating Shaler, the Lions remained in a first
place deadlock with Springdale. Ed Sharick, Lou Lamie,
and Reno Fantozzi headed the Lion offensf'
ARNOLD-54 WEST VIEW-23
In ringing up their fourth straight sectional victory,
the Lions held an undisputed first place in the Section
II race. "Moe" Zuber and Louis Lamie led the Lions to
an easy victory. Q'Chuck" Jarczynski, reserve center,
chalked up 8 points.
ARNOLD-35 HAR BRACK-23
Leading throughout the contest, the Lions caged
the I-lar Brack Tigers. Ed Sharick and Reno Fantozzi
starred on the offense.
In an exhibition game, the Lions were swept aside
by the "Golden Tornado." Reno Fantozzi was high
scorer with 9 points.
The Power City quintet temporarily halted the
Lions' title hopes by ending up on the long end of a
38-41 tally. "Moe" Zuber's marksmanship enabled him
to rip the cords for 12 markers.
ARNOLD-32 NEW CASTLE-45
This victory over the Lions was the second for the
Lawrence County quintet and the third loss in a row for
Arnold. Starring for New Castle were Rea and Black.
Fritz Peck tallied 9 points for the Lions.
By whipping the Red Cats, the Lions annexed their
sixth victory in seven league starts. Sharick and Peck
topped the Arnold scoring chart.
ARNOLD-35 NEW KENSINGTON--34
Before a capacity crowd, the Lions subdued their
bitter rivals 35-34. The Kenmen failed to tie the score
when given the opportunity a split second QU before
the final whistle.
The Lions moved a game nearer the Section II
crown by walloping Shaler 49-29. Louis Lamie totaled
14 points and Reno Fantozzi 11.
ARNOLD-46 WEST VIEW-35
With Reno Fantozzi setting the pace the Lions
smashed West View 46-35.
ARNOLD-3 1 HAR BRACK-25
The Arnold Lions snared the Section II crown by
taming the Tigers 31-25. Reno Fantozzi once again led
the Lions with 14 markers.
ARNOLD-4 1 SPRINGDALE-2 1
The Lions avenged a previous setback by trampling
Springdale 41-21. '1Moe" Zuber hooped six mid-Hoot
heaves to walk off with the game's scoring honors.
Before a capacity crowd of 2,600 fans, the Arnold
Lions bowed out of the W. P. I. A. L. play-offs at the
Pitt Stadium when they were defeated by the Aliquippa
Indians. Excellent foul shooting on the part of the
Lions, kept Arnold in the game. Joe Ceravola, speedy
Aliquippa forward, stole the game spotlight by scoring
25 points. The McGuiremen, having played excellent
play in the first half, weakened in the final period.
Leading the Lion scoring were Zuber and Sharick with
7 points each.
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We, the class of 1947, Arnold High School,
City of Arnold, County of Westmoreland, State
of Pennsylvania, being of sound mind and
memory do hereby make, publish, and declare
this our last will and testament which shall take
precedence over any other wills made by us.
We, Lydia Adams, John Knosky bequeath
our record collection to the high school for
I, Edward Flynn bequeath my combination
lock to next year's tuition students.
I, Florence Antkowiak bequeath my secre-
tarial ability to Clara Colaianni.
We, Betty DeValeria, Henrietta Tilmans, Pa-
tricia Pfeiffer, Anna Valigursky bequeath our
marching ability to future majorettes.
I, Margaret Oswald bequeath my acrobatic
ability to anyone capable of it.
We, Lorraine Flinn, Allan Speer, Josephine
Puglisi, Grace Licata bequeath our facetious gig-
gles to Richard Cavaliere.
We, Loreto Mele, Geno Buono, Melvin Dun-
can, Eugene Bashour bequeath our mechanical
ability to Arthur Ciuffoletti.
'I, Grace Birch bequeath my poetic ability to
I, Doris Ca-gna bequeath my ability to grow
to Nlaureen Rusnock.
We, Nicholas Markowich, Dario Rischia be-
queath our ability to graduate to no one, we had
a tough enough time ourselves.
We, Esther Drage, Marjorie Fitzgerald be-
queath our ability to rise early to Lois Flinn.
We, Norman Flemm, Frank Nicolazzo, Dan
McCracken, Raymond Preclebon bequeath our
love of studying to Henry Tilmans.
I, Edith D'Isabella bequeath my 3.00 ability
to Flora Meco.
I, Victoria Demski bequeath my shapely
gams to anyone who can meet the requirements.
We, Pearl Provenzano, Veronica Novak,
Helen Barkus, Margaret Ogurchock bequeath our
ability to go steady to no one, we enjoy it.
I, Thomas Hanna bequeath my ability to
pester people to George Plasczynski.
We, Ruth Graff, Mary Panagotulias bequeath
our ability to keep our saddles clean to Joanne
Rayburg and Flora Edwards.
We, Minnie Datri, Margaret Mele, Joanne
Bishop bequeath our dimples to Rose Marie
I, Frances Lynch bequeath my ability of
feeling at perfect ease in Mr. Klein's class to no
one, I enjoy resting.
I, Betty Jane Parks bequeath my big blue
eyes to Lillian Haser.
We, Charles Jarczynski, Billy Kurvach, Rich-
ard Artuso bequeath our muscles to Robert Buss.
I, Dolores Echon bequeath my love of school
to all first graders.
We, Dolores Rompietti, Nancy Runco be-
queath our smooth wardrobes to Betty Jane
I, Ford Simpson bequeath my ability to get
excited in basketball games to no one, I'11 need
I, Dolores Soroka bequeath my ability to get
along with all boys to Geraldine Cebula.
We, Louise Dumont, Patty Tallarico, Robert
Coury bequeath our naturally curly hair to no
one, it comes in handy.
We, Wesley Johnston, Clinton Stevenson,
James Zollinger bequeath our 3.00 averages to
Eugene Lobur. fWho are we kidding?J
I, Francis Peck bequeath my ability to shoot
fouls to Edward Sharick.
We, Phyllis Sarne, Salem Toney bequeath
our ability to make it to school before the last bell
to all late comers.
We, Betty Walker, Anna Matisko bequeath
our ability to read to no one.
I, Dorothy Kordzi bequeath my big green
eyes to anyone having poor vision.
I, Zelinda Farinelli bequeath my ability to
pass shorthand to Lois Bartholf.
We, Vivian Burford, Dolores Ponsart be-
queath our interest in six foot boys to Geraldine
I, Kathryn Kanto bequeath my ability to run
the mimeograph machine to Alfio Castorina.
I, Lillian Kennedy bequeath my ability to
carry a load of books to anyone who wants it.
I, Louis Sukala bequeath my ability to play
sports to Jack Moses.
We, Frank Gigler, Adam Rayburg bequeath
our ability to sleep in study halls to Robert
I, Lorraine Davis bequeath my bangs to my
I, Richard Bloom bequeath my ability to open
doors to Richard Kuhn.
I, Louise Sartori bequeath my ability to say
"I'm sorry" to Mr. Klein.
We, Robert Haser, Anthony Marsico be-
queath our ability to get along with coaches to
I, Harold Krampholz bequeath my ability as
a handy man on the Arlion Staff to Steve Sakaluk.
We, Helen Stano, Virginia Alberts, Sue Had-
ley bequeath our long flowing tresses to Rita
I, Raymond Ricci bequeath my ability to be
a magician's helper to anyone else that gets stuck.
We, Patsy Scalise, Victor Demski, Angelo
Dionisi bequeath our ability to compare test
answers to Frank Scalise.
We, Fred Cagna, Sam Barto bequeath our
fast work in trigonometry to Charles Bowser.
I, Ruth Timko bequeath the name Limpo to
anyone unfortunate enough to have a sprained
We, Rudy Buono, Carmen Provenzo, An-
thony Guzzi bequeath our ability to get along with
school teachers to all junior boys, they'll need it.
We, George Armitage, Reno Fantozzi, Louis
Santoro bequeath our ability to get along with
Mr. McLaughlin to Louis Ghia.
We, Mary Alice Hunger, Dom Linardi,
Leona Champainy bequeath our ability to play
the clarinet to David Marsico.
I, Mary Lamendola bequeath my ability to
work in a Store to Lillian Janicik.
We, Sam Lamendola, Tony Lamendola, Wil-
liam Knox bequeath our ability to lead the or-
chestra ancl band to Jack Lawrence.
We, Edgar and Robert McKillop bequeath
our ability to go out riding the "Stewart School
Way" to anyone owning a car.
I, Dolores Zuber bequeath my ability to
blush easily to Grace Mohney.
We, Mario Iozzi, Howard Namey, Anthony
Gallian bequeath our indolent manner to all in-
We, Pete Carlisi, Frank Albanese bequeath
our ability to be seen and not heard to those be-
lieving it to be a good characteristic.
We, Pete Zorena, Eugene Haracznak be-
queath our height to Joseph Valenti.
We, Patricia Surdykowski, Irene Domansky,
Eleanor Pjontek, Regina Esposito bequeath our
height to Mary Jane Overly.
I, Rudolph Gagliardi bequeath my ways with
Tarentum girls to Henry Gagliardi.
I, Edward Shpakoff bequeath my title of
"Mad Russian" to any Russian who deserves it.
We, Carmen Gonzalez, Gloria Tyson be-
queath our tempers to Barbara Ann Paredes.
We, Eugene Farineau, John Matisko be-
queath our brains to John Kuba.
I, Louis Lamie bequeath my ability to keep
training rules to Ralph Sherboncly.
I, Mary Jane Pozel bequeath my ability to
sew to my sister, Lillian.
We, Dolores Noble, Uberta Hartman, Mary
Capone bequeath our love troubles to anyone not
having enough of their own.
I, Marian Plate bequeath my letter writing
ability to Emma Srnish.
We, Mary Grace Lazzara, Dolores Torzolini
bequeath our ability to day dream to Jacqueline
We, Peter and Robert Martin bequeath our
singing ability to the Johnson brothers.
I, Thomas Lisiewski bequeath my ability to
work for Mr. Pallone to James Noel.
I, William Zuber bequeath my ability to flip
Willie Thrower to Julius Filcik.
We, Doris Key, Mildred Healey, Constance
Frash, Nancy Koval bequeath our extreme bash-
fulness to Loretta Hazelett.
We, Shirley Boyd, Annabell Jariabka be-
queath our ability to get excused at 3:15 everyday
to next yearis fortunates.
We, Irene Balazik, Vera Bellavia, Lillian
Sharik bequeath our love of dancing to anyone
who enjoys it.
I, Ann Bryan bequeath my ability to watch
teachers, children to future baby sitters.
We, Lois Parker, Pauline Shaner bequeath
our home, far from school, to no one, we like the
We, George Zimmerman, Harry Schultz,
Anthony Latona bequeath our good times riding
in trucks to future truck drivers.
I, Dolores Dziadosz bequeath my freckles
to Lena Lanfaloni.
I, Beverly Johnston bequeath my ability to
drive a truck to any Junior girls owning a truck.
We, Matthew Peconi, Alfonso Santucci,
Frank Meston bequeath our ability to skip classes
to Edward Najewicz.
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Congratulations Class of '47
SUZY'S SODA GRILL
"Where the Gang Loves to Meet"
BEATRICE HANLON, Prop.
1901 Orchard Avenue Phone 9989
MEYER 81 JOHNSTON CO.
SHEET METAL WORKS
AIR CONDITIONING -- HEATING i ROOFING
1901 Kenneth Avenue Phone 28
THE ARNOLD DRUG STORE
1707 FIFTH AVENUE
Established 1898 Free Delivery Service
"Prescriptions Our S pecialtyv
J. GRAYSON - O. MARINI, Registered Pharmacists
JAMES BUON O AUGUST FREDA
New Kensing'ronArT Memorial Co.
Appropriate, Artistic, Appealing Memorials
1903 Freeport Road New Kensington, Pa.
M. J. STEINER, The Florist
"Say It With Flowers" "We Telegraph Flowers"
Reliability and Quality for 20 Years
847 Fifth Avenue Phone N. K. 70-J New Kensington, Pa.
S.8iS. CLEANERS TOGGERY
Exclusive Men's Wear
ALEX G SILAGYI 16002 Fifth Avenue EDWARD J. SILAGYI
CITY OF ARNOLD
W. T. GRANT CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR WOMEN'S FASHIONS
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR - HOME FURNISHINGS
849 Fifth Avenue New Kensington Pa
SPRING 81 FOUNDRY WORKERS
New Kensington, Pa, A C. I. O. Affiliate
United Steelworkers of America, L. U. No. 302
FRANK HILL, President
SAM ANTHONY, Vice President
WILLIAM GREENWALD, Treasurer
J. PATTERSON, JR., Financial Secretary
SAM CHINE, Secretary
T. W. DAVIS, Trustee
WILLIAM GRAFF, Trustee
WILLIAM CARSON, Trustee
J. ELLIS, Guard
LLOYD ADAMS, Guide
ALBERT GIRARDI, Plant Chairman
New Kensington, Pa.
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Fine Cakes and Pastries
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ETH AVENUE AND DREY STREET
Audrey Ann Studios of Dancing
KENNY'S FLOWER SHOP
Opposite the Hospital
642 Fourth Avenue
N EW KENSINGTON, PA.
A FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS
ARNCLD STAR MARKETS
Fresh Fruits, Meats, and Groceries
1708 Fifth Avenue
For Free Delivery Phone N. K. 1478
BONDS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
1601 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa
Sincere Best Wishes
The Best of Luck
Gaefano Pilafi Fraternal Aicl Club
OF COLUMBIAN FEDERATION
11435 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
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for Better Pies and Pastry
1704 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
Ar-Ken Plumbing 81 Home Supply
1606 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
No Job Too Big - No Job Too Small
Plumbing, Paint 86 Hardware Phone 491
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SHEHAB MCTOR SALES
ll s H 876 - 880 Stanton Avenue
New Kensington Pa I
940 Fo rth A en e New Kensington Pa
Aurora cli Progresso Council No. 47
Sons of Columbus of America
1416 Fourth Avenue
CENTRAL DRUG STORES
"famous for Low Pricesv
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
No Unsightly Monuments
GREENWOOD MEMORIAL PARK
Route 51, Leechbur Road
322 23 Logan Bank Building New Kensington, Pa
"A Cemetery Yet a Garden Spot of Beauty"
SERVING THE ALLEGHENY-KISKI VALLEY
Phones N. K. 539 - Vandergrift 703
MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES, INC.
"Quality Dairy Products"
PHONE N. K. 963 - 964
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Let Us Care for All Your Clothes
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
1539 Fourth Avenue Phone N. K. 5376
JOHN C. DCNAHER
F U N ERA L HOME
1 369 Flfth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
THE KEYSTONE DAIRY CO.
Dairy Store - 329 Sixth Avenue Phone 666
MILLER BRGS. SHOES
908 FIFTH AVENUE
New Kensingtofrfs Largest Shoe Store
A. L. SPECK
Roofing Siding Insulation Perma-Stone
1826-28 Freeport Road
Phones: New Kensington 3383 - 5231
VIRGINIA DARE BEVERAGES
1822 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa
"It Pleases Us to Please You"
LOMBARDO BROS. - SAM AND JOE
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
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JOHN FEDAN 81 CO.
1712-16 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HARDWARE FURNITURE
1739 Flfth Avenue R. MANGIERI, Proprietor Arnold, Pa.
CATERING TO PARTIES AND BANQUETS - PHONE 9862
MEADE 81 FRANK'S GRILL
1609 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
EDDY'S MEN'S WEAR
"Smart Wear for Men Who Care"
1718 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa
Congratulations Class of 1947
LONGO'S N EW MARKET
Corner Orchard Avenue - Drey Street
LOUIS' SHOE STORE
Phone 4669 Arnold, Pa
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IAHN 8 OLLIER ENGRAVING
Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color
Commercial Artists - Photographers
8l7 W. WASHLNGTON BLVD., CHICAGO 7. ILL.
I-Iecker's Service Station
Mr. Mike Ricci
Mr. Ed Roma
Mr. Leo Sukala
Donati's Service Station
Jacob's Ice Cream Parlor
Beattie's Sc to 1.00 Store
Ula's Beauty Salon
Mr. Andrew Danko
Mr. Alec Demao
Edna Hotel Barber Shop
Latona,s Climver Farm Store
Sarniak's Meat Market
Premutico's Sunoco Service
Falsetti the Tailor
Gordon's Triangle Food Market
Oscar's Shoe Repair
Bloom's Drug Store
Guzzi's Shoe Hospital
Frank Mastroianni Shoe Repair Shop
A. Weisz Shoe Repair Shop
Mr. Alex Riznick
Anthony P. Bianco
Drey St. Market
Tallaricois Shoe Shop
Patsy "Pat" Rich
Tommy's Barber Shop
M'Vogue Gift Shop
N icastro'st Market
C. Carlisi Shoe Repair
Agnes' Beauty Shop
L. Dupell Market
Mr. Andrew Tenzar
Onorina's Beauty Salon
Bonidy's Refrigeration and Locker Service
Mr. John Mangieri
Mr. A. Lorant
Dr. Louis C. Ceraso
Dr. D. A. Marini
Dr. Frank A. Viggiano
Marino Fruit Market
Mayor and Mrs. M. F. Horne
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
John R. Baxter
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