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The purpose of this book is to bring together, by picture
and story, the student life of Arnold High School during the past
Many things mean "school" to the students . . . hours of
classes with their accompanying successes and failures . . .
pupil-teacher relationships . . . life-long friendships . . . the long-
remembered social events. But to all, school means those
happy years spent in the preparation of a life of usefulness as a
citizen of a great democracy.
For the success of this volume, the 1948 Arlion Staff is
grateful to the following for their cooperation and kind help:
New Kensington Daily Dispatch, Mr. Dorn Cordera, Colao
Studios, Miss Virginia A. Bushnell, Miss Margaret O. Caldwell,
our Advertisers and Patrons.
IOHN R FOWLEH IAMES M RAUGHT
Ianuary 24 1948 Ianuary 30 l948
School Director Attendance Officer
e icafion . . .
We, the class ot 1948, dedicate this issue of the Ariion to
you, Mr. Pallone, for your Willingness to accept the responsi-
bility ot this publication.
X Your cooperativeness, patience, encouragement, and en-
thusiasm inspire confidence in those with whom you work.
Liuatod: S. Kapustlk, A. Pituuh, A. P. Bianco, lt. Burger.
ijtuudrnfjz W, V, Muasgsuro, O. Zoiena, ll. L. llolste, G. R. Bussolti, A. S. l-tcnnto.
oafzd of gbucafion
Tho group that we seldom hear about and that is probably the rnost irn-
portant part oi our school is the Board of Education. The Board is composed
ot citizens who realize the importance ot education in our community. The
hours of effort put forth by this group are rewarded only with the satisfac-
tion that their job is well done. VVe, the graduating class of 1948, deeply
appreciate the untiring eitort this group has expended to make our school
days happy ones.
We wish to welcome as new members oi the Board, Dr. Warren V.
Massaro, Mr. Iohn Tierney, and Mr. Orest Zorena.
The members are: I
Anthony Pituch, Presidentg Anthony P. Bianco, Vice Presidentg 'Susan
Kapustik, Secretary: 'Louis C. Springer, Treasurery 'Andrew S. Romito,
Solicitor, Mrs. Rose Baiger, Geno R. Bussotti, Dr. Warren V. Massaro,
lohn Tierney, Orest Zorena.
' Not a member.
H. L. HOLSTE
Superintendent of Schools
Gongfzafulafions fo flue Glass of I948
You are going into a world faced with the problems of liv-
ing in an atomic age. lt is a challenge new to all of us.
To meet it requires every resource of training and educa-
tion, the greatest spiritual and mental stability.
I hope that the background you have acquired in your
years in the Arnold Schools will be helpful in making you fear-
less and confident that you can help solve the problems that
H. L. Holste
Superintendent of Schools
H. D. BERKEY
High School Principal
Glass of I948:
As you are graduated you embark upon a new adventure The inipene
trable mists of the future hide from you the realities of the years that are to
be. However, relying upon the training which has been yours, you should
move forward fearlessly and courageously to meet the problems which life
will bring you. Confidence, courage, and knowledge should carry you far
along the road to worthy achievement.
You must have sustained enthusiasm in whatever work you may pur-
sue. lf you keep faithfully busy each hour of the day you are quite certain
of waking up some sunny morning to find yourself one of the competent peo-
ple of this generation.
lt is your duty to set a high goal in life and to strive unceasingly to attain
it. A pleasant journey and the attainment of your aim will be more assured if
you heed the song of Longfellow:
"The heights by great men reached and kept,
Were not attained by sudden flight:
But they, while their companions slept,
Were toiling upward in the night."
H. H. SINGER
Carnegie lnstitute ot Technology
University ot Pittsburgh
Iunior High School Principal
I. I. PALLONE
indiana State Teachers College
University ot Pittsburgh
Head ot Commercial Department
EDWARD F. BORNSCHEUER
University of Pittsburqh
"Solves all automotive problems"
MARGARET O. CALDWELL
Grove City College
"Diliqent keeper of the archives'
Carnegie Institute of Technoloqy
Foods, Household Chemistry
"Exhibits qood taste"
University ot Pittsburgh
"Precision is his motto"
VIRGINIA A. BUSHNELL
Pennsylvania Colleqe for Women
"Displays much patience and
RUTH E. CRIBBS
Indiana State Teachers College
"a s cl t space 5 1 lc j space"
IOSEPH I. DEDA
University of Pittsburgh
"Genial instructor ot scientific
I-I B. FARINELLI
qie Institute oi Technology
Music Theory, Orchestra,
A Cappella Choir
"Harmony is his lite work"
STELLA A. FRANGOULIS
Indiana State Teachers College
"Cen5cientious adviser of the
ELINOR R. KEEPER
University of Pittsburqh
"Unix palabra al sabio 6 1
IOSEPHINE B. LECNA
"Literary t '
LAWRENCE F. MCGUIRE
Carnegie Institute of Technology
University of Pittsburgh
Mathematics, Drafting, Basketball
"Our genial basketball coach"
Eolinboro State Teachers College
"Artistic in every sense of the
if Ceovegrlment, U. S. History
f qivinq qcod advice"
Grove City College
"Theoretically precise and
GEORGE C. MCLAUGHLIN
University of Pittsburgh
Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Patiently teaches the theory
MARGAR . MORRISON
Grove City College
"Finger tip control at all tunes
ouvsn 1. PHILLIPS
University ot Chattanoogcfl V
Health, Salesmanship, 'Qf
Baseball Coach, xr i
Assistant Football Coachi ,
"Firm believer in good health"
DOROTHY M. RUDOLPH
"Most expressive and composed"
ROBERT M. TERLINSKI
Indiana State Teachers College
University of Pittsburgh
Geography, Assistant Football
and Basketball Coach
ALBERT G. MOSES
"He's the leader of the band!"
ALICE FAYE RITTER
indiana State Teachers College
Clothing, Modern Living
"A stitch in time saves nine"
History, Football Coach
"Our master on the field"
NICHOLAS A. VENTURA
Carnegie Institute of Technology
"Understanding and patience
are his virtues"
e an eaica
Iunior Hiqh School
DR. E. I. STEVENS
DR. L. C. CERASO
HELEN E. HRABOVSKY
DOROTHY B. ZIMMERMAN
Senior High School
Reciiation in Mrs. Lecnafs Comp Class. Miss Rudolph postinq H10 examination
on the blackboard.
DOf1It make that test too hard, Miss
Mr. Kls-ir1's qavermummt cslass posind far Miss Keefm improviuq our Spanish
the birdie, didlsfsf.
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Fiont Row: Geraldine Kustei, Stwrotary
lohn Biss, Pmsitlentg Lillian llaser,
Bark Row: Mr. M. Klr-in, Advisory Mis
M. K. Morrison, Atlvisf-Ig Frlwarrl
Sliarifk, Vive Preslrlent.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
IOHN BISS ........... "lack"
good-looking, blond-haired fellowg Woncloitul personalityg
Arn9ld's outstanding athleteg co-captain ot football teaiug
Class President lU, ll, l?g Basketball tO, ll, l2g Football
l0, ll, 125 Prom Coniniitteoy Banquet Corniiiitteeg Arlion,
EDWARD SHARICK ..,..... "Eddie"
qootl-looking six-loolorg outstanding captain and liiali scorer
of basketball teaing Honor roll studentg very well liked by
allf Basketball lU, ll, Up Class Vivo President IU, ll, l27
National lloitor Sovit-tyg llioin lfoiiitiiittmig Stinltlnt tlwiiii-'il
GERALDINE KUSTER ........ "Gerry "
cute and livelyp winning smiley always joking arounolp out
for iung hard workerg Cheerleader lU, ll, 127 Class Secre-
tary 10, ll, l2g lunior and Senior Class Playsg National
Honor Societyg Arliony Broaduasterg Prom Cornniitteep Ban-
LILLIAN HASER ......... "Sissy"
just loves to joke aroundg personality plusg always liappyy
best "Lion" the team ever liady preppy as a tirevrarkery
lunior and Senior Class Playsq Prom Cotnrnitteey Banquet
Broadcasterg Ailiony Class 'Vreasurer ll, l2.
LORBAINE ALBANESE ....... "Lorie"
pretty, slim, lovely smiley sweet and cheeriulg lonq wavy
hairg enjoys a qocd laugh, likes dancing: l. C. C, 125 Choir
10, ll, Dramatics ll, Banquet Committee, Prom Committee.
BETTY ALBERT ......... "Betts"
smiling, dark-haired qiilg pleasanty has little to say, enjoys
going to Blairsville, always a spark of happiness, is friend-
ly to all, Dramatics ll.
ANN ANTONUCCI ......,. "Ann"
enjoys discussions with Mr. Kleing full of pep: always ilit-
tinq about, l.orie's chumg enjoys dancinqg I. C. C, ll, 125
Girl Reserves 107' Choir l0, ll, Banquet Committeep Stu-
dent Council. .
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RAYMOND BAGINSKI ....... "Buqs"
tall, handsome ladg star tackle on football team, Carrots'
buddyg quite a wise-cracker, his hobby is women: enjoys
swimming, works out at the Falcon'sg Football 10, 11, 12.
ANTOINETTE BAGLIERI ....... "Anite"
neat collection of sweaters, small and friskyg eaqer to qrow
tall, artistically incltnedg lots of tung junior and Senior Class
Plays, 1. C. C. llg broadcaster, Girl Reserves 107 Prom
Comfmlttee. V I 1 l , M I L4 1 ! Q fu,
RITA BARONI .......... "Rit'f
smiling, dark-haired qirlg loves to talk: nice personality,
has the "deepest dimple in the chin", Senior Class Playg
Dramatics lU, 117 Choir 10, llg Banquet Committee.
DOROTHY BARR .......,. "Dot"
favorite pastime is jitterbuqqinqp one of our lively head
rnajorettesg carefree, knows everyone: usually see with
Iackieg Girl Reserves 107 Maiorettes 10, ll, 12, Dramatics
llg Aeronautics 10.
LOIS BARTHOLF ......... "Lois"
tall and slender: attractive blonde, thinks a lot of Billy quite
a linquistg spends her leisure time reading best sellers:
has a nice personalityy Choir 10, ll, I. C. C. llg Major-
ettes 10, ll.
FLORA BARTOLI ........ "Flora"
tall, attractive blondeg neatg cjood studentg spends most of
her spare time with Gerryg sure to succeed in the business
woildg likes pretty clothesg Senior Class PlaYi l. C. C. ll.
125 Commercial Club lOg National Honor Society.
mcminn snrmrzn ...... . . 'fatchyu
winninq smiley won his letter as devoted manager of the
basketball tearng enjoys playing softball and football: liked
by everyone: quiet lad with an easy dispositiong Basket-
ball Manaqer lO, ll, 12.
CAROL BEVERIDGE ........ "Carol"
hiqhrsteppinq head majoretteg popularp keeps up with the
latest fadsg cute puq noseg knows what she wantsg usually
seen with Glertng Majorettes 10, ll, 125 Dromatics ily
junior Class Playg Girl Reserves 10.
IOHN BIRTY .......... "Birdie"
star quard on the qridirong cjood lookinqg qoes with Mikeg
reqular quyg never worriesg loves to teaseg ruqaed voca-
tionalp quick with the fistsg Football lO, ll, l2.
ALFRED BORDELL ........ "Cubby"
whiz on roller skates: easy qoiriqg tall, lean, and blond-
hairedg nice fellow: enjoys playina softball and footballg
Chauffeurs the "struggle buqqyf'
BETT ' BOUCHAT ......... "Betts"
one oi our taller qirlsg friendly as they romeg nice com-
plexiong has found her one and only: qood-naturedy always
lookina for funy Anna Mae's chumg j. C. C. ll.
CHARLES BOWSER ..,..., "Chuck"
biq noise at machine shopg works by niqhtg attends school
by doyg comical fellowg laughs at all jokes: makes hard
work easy: enjoys Chewirtq "Beechnut" in shopg ever-
ROBERT BUSS ......... "Bussie"
short as the word "l"g always tiansporlinq the qanq in his
rarg pleasant qrinp pet peeve is flat tires: has a sense of
humor all his owny very friendlyg favorite pastime eeatinq.
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PATSY CAPONE'Clll ...... . "Homer"
very argumentativey only boy in Class named Patsyy likes to
sleepy no time for girlsitheir tough lucky shy at timesy
doesn't care for dancingy wants to be an expert machinist.
IEAN CAPPELLO ......... "lean"
everyones paly quiet and friendlyy good naturedy ener-
geticy makes her own clothesy shy but talkativey likes to
play tenniey Dramatics lUy Camera Club ll.
EMIL CARRAI ........ "Handsome"
goodflooking prankstery engaging smiley well-likedy witlyy
devours food by the tony one swell guyy on the sure road to
successp member of the Sports Cluby Basketball 10, 11, 12.
ALFIO CASTORINA ......... "Al"
favorite pastime is sleepingy one of our future businessmeny
enjoys taking picturesy likes dancingy has black wavy
hairy pleasant and courteousy Arllony l. C. C. ll.
RICHARD CAVALIERE ....... "Dick"
short, shy, and likeabley practical iokery makes the girls
sighy true Comediany one of the "Suzy's Gang"y likes rais-
ing a rumpusy enjcys chemistry above any other class.
EUGENE CECCHETTI ..... ,. . "Cl.LQken"
loves to talky willing helpery easygoing lady tall and
lankyy a wee bit shyy "lives to eat"y liked by ally hasn't
ci worry in the worldy a faithful paper carriery Science
LAWRENCE CERNICKY ....... "Larry"
photoqenicy looks quiet, but once he gets qoinq he's really
quite a fellowy bashful as they comey one swell guyy likes
to cut figure 8'Sy lean, blond-haired lady Bowser's shadow.
BETTY CHAMPAINY ........ "Betts"
cute, brown-haired lassy big brown eyesy can be found be-
hind lacob's lce Cream Bar faithfully serving the publicy
carft make up her mincly always has a broad grin for
everyoney Band lD, ll, 12.
GLORIA CIMINO ........ "Cim"
marriage is her aim: shorthand wizard: very excitable: al-
ways finds something to laugh about: mischievous: likes
fun: always talking: Girl Reserves 10: I. C. C. 12: Banquet
ARTHUR CIUFFOLETTI .,,.... "C ufi "
a dancer "deluxe" and a football player "detough": ro'
mantic: grand guy with a great personality: popular fel-
low: makes the girls sigh: lucky in love: good-natured:
dark, wavy hair: Football 9, 12.
RAYMOND CIZMA ,....... "Ray"
his hobby is looking at girls, but turns red when they look
back: toils at Fedan's: dances at Uke's: blond, shy. and
likeable: seldom seen without Iimmy: pool shark: fre-
FLOYD CLARK ......... "Toge"
works at Star Market: blond, wavy-haired lad: nice per-
sonality: likes small girls: sports lover: always ready for
a good time: new addition to Suzy's Gang: endowed by
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CLARA COLAIANNI ........ ' "Clare"
lovely blue eyes: secretory to Mr. Pallone: speedy typist:
always smiling: ever dependable: small and pleasant:
Broadcaster: I. C. C. ll, 12: Girls Reserves 10: lunior and
Senior Class Plays: Arlion ll, 12: National Honor Society.
PETE CONTE ......... "Pete"
"Mad Chemist": typical Colgate smile: injects humor into
any situation: iriendly: toils at Arnold Drug: slides the
trombone: lohn's photography partner.
FLORENCE CONTO ......... "Flo"
snappy majorette: DiCk's her man: has a laugh all her own:
pleasing perscrality: big brown eyes: favorite pastime-
just sleeping: Majorettes ll, 12: I. C. C. ll, 12: Broad,
caster: Girl Reserves lfl: Dramatics lO.
ALEX COSTANZA ........ "Mizza"
loyal supporter of the band and orchestra: wishes he could
grow taller: blond, wavy hair: liked by everyone: prac-
tical joker: wants to be a businessman.
BETTY CROCCO ..,...... "Betts"
expressive brown eyesy likes Major League basebally con-
stantly chewing gumy always enjoys a good laughy gocd
Commercial studentg Broadcastery Arliony I. C. C. 11, 12g
National Honor Societyy junior Class Playy Girl Reserves
HANNAH DAHER ......... "Hann"
long, wavy, black hairy guiety always ready with a smiley
enjoys humory good workery nice dispositicny works steady
at l-lerman'sy cute dimples.
SHIRLEY DAVIS ......... "Sis"
typical outdoor girly efficient office girly cute giggley happy-
go-luckyy likes French friesy wishes alarm clocks had never
been invented: another one of our quiet lassesy I. C. C. ll.
l2y Girl Reserves 10.
DAVID DECKER . .,...... "Dave"
shorty dark hairy always ready for a gocd timey forever
getting into mischiefy has a smile for everyoney mascot of
government classy Choir 10, ll, 12.
RAYMOND DeMARIA ........ "Bo"
curly-haired Romeoy tall and handsomey always in a rushy
can usually find something to laugh abouty puts his brain
to good usey has a bright iuturey l-li'Y Club lly Choir 12.
ANNA DiMUZlO ......... "Shorty"
has a smile for everyoney loves to talky enjoys cracking her
gumy a sports enthusiasty ardent Sinatra iany a small fry
even in high heels: Girl Reserves 105 I. C. C. ll, l2y Ban-
FLORA EDWARDS ........ "lean"
long blonde hairy pretty blue eyes are this gal's specialtyy
talkative and sociabley easy to get along withy tails over
solid and chemistryy blushing just comes naturallyy Dra-
IUSTINE FEDAN ......... "lay"
has a pleasant word for everyoney iriendlyy always ready
to help out in a tough spoty neaty a contented and felicitous
persony enjoys driving to Pittsburghy spent many hours on
yearbook writing of facultyy Broadcastery Arliony Orchestra
10, 11, 12.
RICHARD FLAHERTY ....,.,. "Dick"
dark hair and blue eyes, talkative, can really beat it out
on the ivories, nice personality, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12,
Broadcaster, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Arlion, Choir
LOIS FLINN .......... "Lois"
happy-ao-luc-ky, always manages to have a qood time,
qoes for pretty clothes, attractive, long wavy hair, a shining
personality, one of our snappy cheerleaders, Broadcaster,
Senior Class Play, Cheerleader 10, 11, 12,
LOUIS GHIA ,..,...... "Louie"
ready grin, a rnrstrlrrevous lad, short and good looking,
humorous, shy at times, can usually be seen teasing, ath-
letic type, nice personality, a rugged Vocational, Football
10, 11, 12.
WILLIAM GUENTHER . . .4 ..... "Bill"
tall, brown-haired lad, fun loving, enjoys disrupting
classes, likeable, a future sax expert, we wcnder who she
can be? pet sayinq, "Oh, I'm so ashamed!" Band 11, 12.
HAROLD HARACZNAK ......, "String "
likes to sleep in government class, makes his pin money by
clerkina at Fedan's, quiet as a mouse, except when the
teachers back is turned, tall, blond-haired lad, shy, is
pleasant to all, younqest member ot our class, Aero-
MARS!-IA HARNISH ........ "Marsh"
enjoys eatina chocolate frosts, always has a ready answer,
seen but not heard, tall and 2 ernder, finds boys interesting,
future is uncertain, enjoys,a sports, 1. C. C. 11, 12.
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IAMES HILL ......, ' . . . "lim"
tall and quiet, cnc ot our reserved boys, triendly to every-
one, hails trorrr Stewart, blond hair and blue eyes, liked
by all, studious, teachers' ideal student, Sports Club 11,
Football 11, 12.
RITA HOLES ......,... "Hit"
pretty blue eyes, everybody's pal, plans to qc into nursing,
mischievous and full of pep, slaves at Herman's Nut Shop,
her main interest lies at Ken Hi, could eat candy any time,
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HILARY HOLSTE ......... "Hilary"
one of our taller boysg sharp dresserg mannerly and con-
siderateg enjoys dating girlsg quite a wisecrackerg loves to
tease teachersg wonderful personalityp Arliong Basketball
lO, ll, 125 National l-lcnor Society.
GLORIA IANOTTA .......... "I"
quiet and reservedg steady supporter of the Tarentum Yg
cute pug noseg well-liked: easy dispositiony blushing iust
comes naturallyg lovely, large, brown eyes and long lashesg
l. C. C. llg Commercial Club l0.
LILLIAN IANICIK ......... "Lil"
hopes to attend Penn State: quiet and studiousg enjoys
musical side of liieg loves going on lcng walksy chief
mirneographer for the school paperg constant Honor Roller:
National I-lonof S ietyp Broadcaster.
ui and sincere: l' all sportsy energeticg friendly: good
turedg a swell s g a future bookkeeperg always good
or a laughg liked everyoney I. C. C. ll.
DOB H ARCZY V ....... "Dot"
IAMES IOHNSON ........ "limmo"
well-likedp has a friendly greeting for allg active member of
the clang one of our outstanding artists: has a talent for
music, especially boogie woogiep very neat dresser: Science
Club llg Choir 12. ,
VIRGINIA IOHNSTON ....... "Ginnie"
Arnold's loss is Ca1iiornia's gaing often found cutting figure
8'sp Smokey's her many long, black, natural wavy hairy tall
and shapelyp smiling lass: Choir llg I. C. C. ll, 12.
ANTHONY KASAVAGE . .... "Untook"
husky football playery athletic: pops up with some really
lunny remarksg usually seen with a crowd of iellowsg one
ol the reasons for Arnold's successful football team this
yearp never a worry in the worldg Football 10, ll, 12.
ROBERT KILGOHE ......... "Bob"
can really beat it out on the ivoriesg neat, wavy hairy they
had him in mind when they coined the phrase "Ladies'
man"p one of the shop boysg good natured and courteous.
DOROTHY KNEPSHIELD ...... "Deity Lou "
"dimple in the chin, devil within": lun loving: nickname
might easily be shorty: vivacious: hailed from Leechburg:
likes sports: has a smile for all: Arlion: Broadcaster: I. C. C.
ll, 12: Senior Class Play: Banquet Committee.
KATHERINE KOMINKO . . . . . . . "Kay"
dancing is her hobby: a very neat dresser: attractive
blcnde: photogenic lass: has a ready answer for everyone:
blushes easily: interest lies out of school: I. C. C. ll, 12.
THERESA KOWAI. ........ "Terry"
brown-haired, greeneeyed lass: sociable: loves eating
candy and ice cream: plans to enter nursing at St. Fran-
cis Hospital: has ideas all her own: Broadcaster: Arlion:
lunior Class Play: National Honor Society: Banquet Com-
GEORGE KOWALYK . ...... "Carrots"
shy around girls: Bugs' companion: blond curly hair: tall
and lean: soft blue eyes: active in all sports: quiet as a
mouse: pleasant to all: Football 10, ll, 12: Basketball IU, ll.
IOHN KRASINSKY ........ "ludqe"
our "mad scientist": will enter Penn State to study engineer'
ing: amateur photographer: likes to waste film on all kinds
of pictures: iournalistically inclined: Broadcaster.
RICHARD KUHN ......... "Dick"
tall and lanky: seen whizzing around in his "wolf wagon":
talkative: wisecracker: sharp dresser: smooth dancer: ar-
dent meniber of The Saturday Nite Club: possesses a win-
IEAN LANDIS .......... "lean"
reserved and likeable: sweet smile: winning personality:
neat dresser: wellliked by all: seldom seen without 0 cold:
Broadcaster: Girl Reserves l0: Y-Teens ll.
LENA LANFALONI ..... . . . . "Lee"
enjoys going to Tarentum: Barbara's pal: quiet, cheerful
brunette: always on the go: likes to dance: literally laughs
till the tears roll: Dramatics ll.
IOHN LAWRENCE ........ "1 ack"
quiet chap: can really beat it out on the drums: plans on
studying music: favorite sport is swimming: excels in
government: knows how to dress well: Band 10, 11, 12.
LILLIAN LEPUSKY ......... "Lil"
thinks Ieannette is a keen city: foils for the nurse: has
charming dimples: Carmella's pal: will make a very effi-
cient office worker: likes to play the piano: I. C. C. 11,
12: Choir 10, ll.
ANDREW LINABDI .....,. "Coke"
happy-qo-lucky: sharp eye with a cue stick: school dcesn't
make much of an impression on him: never gets to school
on time: likes to play hill-billy music on his violin: sharp
EUGENE LOBUR ......... "Lobo"
St. V1ad's basketball team's high scorer: loves to loaf: us-
ually seen with the "Mum's Ganq": silent type: neat dress-
er: avoids all kinds of work: eats a lot.
ELVXHA LONGO . . .
pretty, long black hair: works in her dad's store: large, blue
eyes: always willing to help: could eat loads of potato
chips: carefree: Girl Reserves 10: Y-Teens 11: I. C. C. 11,
12: National Honor Society.
. . . . . . "Vera"
IOHN MALECKI ........ "Meleck"
quiet lad: favorite pastime is staying in for Mr. Ewing:
Chuck's pal: hails from Braeburn: always into some mis-
chief: either tardy or absent.
THOMAS MCMILLAN ........ "Tom"
wellrmarinered lad: qood natured: amiable: liked by every-
one: hopes to make chemistry his future: studious: hails
from Stewart: Science Club 11.
GRACE MOHNEY ........ "Gracie"
attractive blonde: pleasant to all: she sports a "sparkler":
hopes to become a happy housewife: has a beautiful voice:
Choir 10, 11: Dramatics 10.
EDWARD NAIEWICZ ..,..... "Edda"
A-l personality: qood-looking blond fellow: charms all
girls: can always flash you that contagious qrin: ace bas-
ketball star: lots ol fun: would be lost without Steve and
Tory: Arlion: Basketball 11, 12: Baseball 10, 12: Prom
MICHAEL NICASTRO ..., .... ' 'Miken
ready grin: mischievous: short and good lookinq: swell
guy: liked by everyone: humorous: shy at times: excellent
football player: co-captain ot football team: Sports Club
11: Football 10, 11, 12.
JAMES NOEL ......,., "liinniy"
courteous and reserved: tall and lanky: will make an elli-
cient bookkeeper: always neatly dressed: bashiul: always
willinq to help: l. C. C. 11, 12.
'MARY IANE OVERLY ....... "Janie"
blonde-haired lass: toils at the Citizens General Hospital
as a nurses' aide: auiet: likeable: can usually be found
with Rita: keeps her eye on a certain Oldsmobile: has a
BARBARA PAREDES ...,... "Barb"
an attractive brownette: large, qreen eyes: stylish ward-
robe: active member ol Tarentum Y: l..ee's playmate: iriend-
ly smile: pleasing personality: Dramatics 11.
LaVERNE PARKHILL ....... "LaVerne"
mechanically-minded: has a flashy smile for the opposite
sex: can outftalk almost anyone: can ride a bicycle back-
wards: always ridinq in his Buick.
IULIA PASSEWITZ ..... . . "lulie"
cute, blue eyed blonde: has chosen a secretarial career:
enjoys eatinq banana splits: aood Commercial student:
favorite pastime is roller skating: qoes tor anythinq blue:
Arlion ll, 12: National Honor Society: I. C. C. ll, 12: Girl
GLORIA PETRI ........ . "Peaches"
a quiet and reserved qirl: shows qreat talent in art: works
at local 5 5. 10: short and petite: lovely, natural, black
curly hair: has a iriendly word for everyone: Broadcaster.
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CARMELLA PILATO . ..... "cum"
quiet cmd reserved: twinkling brown eyes: everyone's pal:
always neatly dressed: has a smile for everyone: nice dis-
position: I. C. C. ll, IZ: Girl Reserves 10.
GEORGE PLASCZYNSKI ...... "George"
peppy and cheerful: mischievous: argumentative: alvggys
has a wisecrack ready: smooth dancer: friendly to.srIi:
active senior: "Mr. Foster": Arlion: Choir 10, 11: Prom
Committee: Banquet Committee: lunior and Senior Class
BASIL PONCHEL . . . . .,... "Bas"
tall blond: shy around girls: well mannered: friendly smile:
liked by all: studious: always knows the right answers:
hard worker: neat dresser: Senior Class Play: Broadcaster
DONALD PULCINI . . . ..... "Don"
true comedian: usually wears that broad grin: life of any
party: snappy dresser: delights in teasing: really justified
the role of Randolph in "A Date with Iudy": Iunior and
Senior Class Plays.
IOANNE RAYBURG ......... "lo"
pretty brown locks: big brown eyes: studious: energetic:
cooperative: can be found with the gang: everybody's pal:
popular: lunior Class Play: Broadcaster: Prom Committee:
Aeronautics 10, ll.
ELLSWORTH RODE ...... . . . "El"
never has much to say: proud of his black Chevrolet: bash-
tul nature: prefers short girls: always seen with Andy:
easy-going lad: congenial: willing to help anyone: Hi-Y ll.
GLORIA RICH ......... "Glor"
expert pianist: aspires to be a dress designer: charming
personality: attractive lass: honor student: has a fine sing-
ing voice: Perry Como ranks high on her list of vocalists:
Orchestra 10, ll, 12: I. C. C. 12.
IACQUELINE RICH ....... "Iackie"
Senior class's ace iitterbug: easy-going: cuts a neat figure:
pleasing disposition: smooth dancer: gracious personality:
Dot's partner: interest lies in Ken I-li: Dramatics ll.
PATRICIA ROBSON ..,..... "Pot"
always keeps her hair nice: tall: gains business knowledge
at Gimbels: has a friendly word for all: would like to wear
a white cap: big brown eyes: likes to road: 1. C. C. ll.
ANDREW ROMITO ....... "Speedo"
typical Colgate smile: his ideas are a great help to the
class: grand guy with a swell personality: never misses
a chance to sing: very mannerly and polite: has a nice
word for everyone: Choir ll, 12.
RICHARD ROMITO ........ "Dick"
tall ard well-built: blue eyes: one of our star football play-
ers: very friendly: finds a certain girl interesting: mischiev-
ous: usually seen with a crowd of fellows: dislikes teachers
who enjoy giving homework: Football 10, ll, 12: Choir
MAUREEN RUSNOCK .... . . . "Reenie"
personality plus: likeable: sociable and active: great movie
enthusiast: plans to be a nurse: one of the gang: Broadcast-
er: Iunior and Senior Class Plays: Banquet Committee:
IAMES SAELLAM ........ "Sunny"
dark, tall, and friendly: capable basketball manager:
smooth on the dance floor: popular guy: neat dresser: dark
eyes: dependable: loafs with Ray and Eddie: Basketball
Manager 10, ll, 12.
STEPHEN SAKALUK ....... "Steve"
blond, curly hair: well groomed: welleliked by everyone:
efficient Editor of Arlion: enjoys dancing: inseparable friend
of Tony, Edda, and Sparky: popular: star of St. Vlad's Bas-
ketball eam: Arlion ll, 12: Basketball l0. Prom Committee.
ANTHONY SANTUCCI ....... "Tony"
tall, dark and hmmm: fun to be with: one-woman man:
nice personality: loafs with Steve and Edda: enjoys all
sports: popular: a rugged Vocational: Baseball 10, 12:
RALPH SHERBONDY ....... "Ralph"
good-looking prankster: star guard on basketball team:
has a pleasant grin which has made many a girl's heart
throb: finds girls interesting: one cf Suzy's gang: witty:
Football Manager 10, ll, 12: Basketball 10, ll, 12.
ANDREW SIMON . ........ "Andy"
can often be found throwing things: broad grin: works
hard at Arnold Drug: shy around girls: one swell guy:
enjoys basketball games.
MARY SKOK .......... "Mary"
beautiful, long blonde hair: wisecracker: "Tarentum Y, here
l come"y Emma's buddy: can't help blushing: enjoys a good
CHARLES SLATER ........ "Sparky"
girls like his eyes: Untcok, Steve, Tony, and Edda's buddy:
good-looking, reddish blond-haired fellow: St. loe's star
basketball player: no time for girls-their tough luck:
avoids all kinds of work.
IOSEPH SLUSER . . .' ...... "foe"
takes prize for being most bashful: hobby is women: would
much rather sleep mcrnings than come to school: crazy
about cars: takes pride in his work at auto shop: a regu-
IOHN SOPKO ......... "Soup"
always singing: likes to fool around: favorite pastime is
eating in shop: loafs with Ellsworth: dark-haired lad with
a swell personality: ambition is to get a "B" in shop: his
best friend is a "one-armed bandit."
EMMA SRNISH .,........ "Em"
rather short: nice figure: goes for anything blue: always
pleasant: nice Clothes: full of pep: wellvliked by all: pretty
golden hair: typical school girl: ardent movie fan.
IUNE STENNETT ......... "lime"
reserved: sweet smile: especially quiet: loafs with Dot:
sparkling blue eyes: hopes to become a nurse: lunior Class
DOROTHY STRATHEN ....... "Butch"
typical outdoor girl: always carries a load in her car: tall,
attractive dark-haired lass: friendly disposition: sports en-
thusiast: nice smile: I. C. C. ll.
CATHERINE SUKALA ....... "Cathy"
usually seen smiling: loves long hair-- wishes hers would
grow: often seen with Pat: pet peeve is girls who swoon:
future work lies in modeling: loves to talk: Broadcaster:
I. C. C. ll, 12: Girl Reserves 10.
ANNA MAE THOMAS ...... "Anna Mae"
could talk a leg off anyone: tall and lively: everyones
friend: active and ambitious: an eager beaver: loafs with
Betty: I. C, C. ll: Student Council.
DOLORES TIRDEL . . . . . . . , . "Do"
quiet and friendly: cute lass with a sunny smile: good na,
lured: big brown eyes: a willing helper: dependable: many
friends: I. C. C. ll.. I K,
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RITA TOMRYKO ' .... . . . "RH"
witty: has a gift of gab: nurses' aide at loral hospital: en-
joys dancing: tlighlyp Carefree: likes to meet people: al-
ways lookiiiq for fun: I. C. C. ll, 12.
ROBERT TRIMBLE ........ "Gus"
injects humor into any situation: works in the Glass House
after school: winning smile: has many friends: all-star on
St. Ioe's Basketball Team: nice-looking lad: neat dresser:
GERALDINE VAIRO ....... "Gerry"
possesses a nice personality: hard to convince: business-
like- will make an efficient accountant: gains practical
experience at l'lart's- National Honor Society: Girl Reserves
lU: Y'l'eens ll: I. C. C. ll, l2.
PATRICIA VEITCH ........ "Pat"
one of our taller girls: a friendly girl with an even dispo-
sition: pet saying, "That's the way to go!": likes to dance
and ice skate: Band l0, ll: I. C. C. l2: Girl Reserves 10:
Prom Committee: Banquet Committee.
IOSEPH VERDINI ......... "Ioe"
tall, dark-haired lad: nicelooking: smooth on the danoe
floor: always whizzing around in his yellow ialopy: sharp
dresser: another of our outstanding artists: Vocational stu'
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DOROTHY WALKOWIAK ...... "Dotz"
a sweet blonde: loats with Aritie: plans to become a nurse:
easy disposition: keeps mail route to the Air Corps busy:
cute smile: Girl Reserves l0: Broadcaster: Prom Committee.
DOROTHY WISSINGER ....... "Dot"
blue-eyed miss: generally quiet: always ready for a good
time: friendly toward everyone: toils at local 5 6' 10:
THOMASWEAKLAN ....... "Squeak"
tall: blondlourly hav - r ther quiet: swell sense ol humor:
pleasant tg' eve-ryan : hails from Stewart way: likes to
have a good time: Sports Club ll: Basketball 10, ll, 12.
WILLIAM WESOLOSKI ....... "Willy"
expert machinist: honorary member of Boy Scouts: short
and daring: doesn't have very much to say: likes to roller
skate: hails trom Braeburn: drops everything and anything
to go hunting.
WILLIAM WOLOSYN ....... "Bill"
quiet and bashful: always with the gang: intelligent:
photography is his hobby: one ot the few boys with a
crew cut: enticing grin: friendly to all: Hi-Y ll: Basket-
ball l0, 12.
EDWARD YOUNG ........ "Ed"
one ot Arnold's farm boys from out Melwood way: lanky
chap: brown hair and brown eyes: enjoys tearing things
apart and singing in the bathtub: cute grin: always en-
joys g good laugh.
GLORIA ZAMPERINI ....... "Zamp"
tall, clark-haired lass: dance ian: likes to joke around:
loquacious: attractive: would like to be a model: Arlion:
Broadcaster: Dramatirvs 10, ll: Prom Committee: Choir l0,
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Row Ono: W. Wesoloski, L. Cerniclcy, C
Slcaier, A. Simon, I. Mcllecki, R. Ccrvo
livre, H. Cizmo, CY Bowser.
Row Two: G. Kowolyk, F. Clark, R. Bon
inski, l. Verdini, A. Scmtucri, S. Sirlm
luk, P. Capone, l. Suollom.
How Three: l'. Sopko, R. Kuhn, E. Shorick
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How Ono: l. Sliiser, L. Porlchill, R. Buss, A
Kosavcxqo, R, Kilgore.
Row Two: l. Billy, l.. Gliic, A. Ciuflolfllli, F1
Slierbondy, A. Bordefll, H. Bondffr.
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Pulcini, M. Nicostro, E. Rode, T. Mu
Millcxri, W, Wolosyri, R, ll'l'lI1llDlE', A. Rom
iio, l. Lawrence.
Row Two: T, Woulclimd, ll. llurcrwtncxk
H. Corroi, H, Romiio, P. Conlcf, I. Biss
W. Gue-ritliei, ll. Dvlvluiicr, R. Flolierty
llow Tliieez A. Ciugtmiriil, I. Noel, lf. Younq
I. Krosinslcy, H, Holsie, G. Plusczynslci
E. Covchelti, A. Linordi, l. Hill.
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Row One: A. Baqlieri, A. DiMuzio, D. Knepshield, B. Crorro, C. Colaiarmi, I. Passewitz, L.
Burtlloll, L, Albanese, D. Walkowiak, E. Srnlsh.
Row Two: L. Lanialoni, G. lanotta, M. Skolc, A. Antonucci. P. Veilvh, L. Lepusky, E. Lanqo
M. Hamish, F. Canto, B. Albert.
Row Three: C. Sulcala, G. Cimino, G. Zamperini, G. Mohney, P. Robscn, C. Pllaio, V. Iolmston
Row One: G. Pelri, K, Kominko, l. Cappella, l, Stennelt, L. lanicik, T. Kowal, R. Holes, L
Flinn, D. Barr, M. I. Overly.
Row Two: B. Parecles, B. Champainy, D. Wissinqer, F. Edwards, H. Daher, I. Landis, R
Tomayko, D. Tirdel, I. Fedan, G. Kuster, L. Haser.
Row Three: G, Vairo, F. Bartoli, C. Beveridqe, R. Harmful, D. larciynski, Pm. Pmucllai, A. M
Thomas, I. Raybura, M. Rusnock, D. Straihen.
The "hunt" for the iosst ietter iii tiiiriq. "Be Czccurctten is the Cry in bookkeepiriq.
Fixing C1 "itat" in uuto shop.
Cur cirtist ut work on the school paper. Musterim U19 EIQCIFOIHCIHC iu Office?
Putting the finishing touches on ci iob in prqciice'
ciuto shop. Future riicichiriists at work.
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ffhxnciinqz T. P1'cfv0nf'w, S0414-tolyq A. Corulti, Vivw Pm:-sidvniy I. Ivlossws, Pwfzxclwntg I. Fxifxk
Sf-fiifldi Mr. CT. lf. IVlk'I.Gl1KIh1lIl, Miss S. A. FIQDLIKJUHS, Advisrlrss,
Huw Om 3 T. Cluxk, H. Furmcuu, D. Dmm, M. Drzymclc, L. Kczsulcxs, M. HQ-ndlxcks, M. Evhon,
D. Duslu, M. Gcmeuvlli, ID. Hotkowski.
Huw 'Vwwz D, Swcmdm-rskx, II. Tussiol, C, Bowser, I. Bunk, B. Hvmuley, R. Hcxnyo, L. Davis, I.,
I'l'GftII'lf.j4'l1, H, C:1llf7Ol9H1,
Huw 'Vlln-O: I.. VIHIIUI, iff. Allman, F, Uliiio, R, DIIDIHOYP, I.. Fitzpczuick.
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WU How One: D, Pjonlck, G. Tidd, E, Grosso, D, Proielli.
,yl Q' Row Two: D. Posah, L. l-lazelclt, G. Cebula, M. Raylnurq, S. Daylida, M. Lacinslcl, C. Longo,
K' I-l. Slennetl.
5 ' Row Three: I. Guido, T. Fuqe, M. L. Cooper, D. Groqno, G. Monzi, S. l-lajel, M. l. Miller, A. M.
nl ' Marlin, M. Zimmerman.
ROW Four: P. Ponsart, M. L. Saska, S. Birch, S. Repine, E. Monteleone, D. Singleton, I.
ll Remaley, L. L. Yobp.
Flow One: l, Valenti, G, DeSan1is, I. Guido, V. Noel, I. Adams, D. Davis, E. Anulli.
I Row Two: S. Torchia, P. Parecles, I. Kuba, L, Vivola, R. Falco, R. Keller.
' Row Three: L. Miller, A. Ullzio, I. Wardoclip, R. Rode,
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flvlv uk, G. l.OOllNOI, A, Powell, 1
Huw 'l'wu: ll. M. Stuart, C. Sunluccl, D, Czomordcx, D. Hosnli, l', Mono, L. Plylcx, B. Mcltislw
ll. Ccxppcumlli, l, Dumol, Fl. Kloms, F. GL191'CIlOUC, C. Clxomyuk, K. ll111'lC1GT, P. Healey.
lluw Thr'-Q: C. l1llZIJlIlYll'lC, F. Dum, H, Mooney, I. Coslunzcx, L. Burlbuuqh, M. Mcrrtmo, l.
'l'osm-uno, N. Borkm, M, Zollinqm-r. -
lww Om-1 L. Culll, W. Mussum, C. Shuliz, H, Fochl, A. Fleeqer, I. Polocncxk, L. Bobon, l. ,cy
D'Evc1diu E. Zdcmowski, W. Iohnson. '
Huw Two: A. RlZY'l1r'li, D. Mole, S. Kcxrrs, I. Dewey, I. Fllclk, I. Childs, T. Powers, C. Arqonto, 1
D. Mrnrcqon, K. Tcfkoly.
llww 'l'l11wwg H. Svolpwllrw, R. Cljlkllltl, H. Slovvcul, ll. Mmcllo, IX. CClUlll, l. Moses, ll. Scllwclz, '
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
ijputvfl: Miss A. Llzusmnrl-1, Advisory L. llolizncx. Piosidctntg Miss lvl. O. Coldwell,
Stundinq: A. Guzzi, Troosurerg E. Sqrinio, Vicro Presidentg B, l, Spercmzo, Secretory.
We Welcome the Sophomore Closs into the Senior High School. lt is o
Gloss thot is well supplied with totleni, totct, brains, Gnd qood looks. lt seems
to be o closs omozinqly full of purpose. We hope thot they will live up to our
Good luck in the future!
How UTIUI I. 'l'fm1C1yko. M. Gallo, W. Rusclk, A. Smilll, C, Capone, A. C:GI1l1lC11'll1, I, Show
R. Bmmini, R. Ccxnmplwf-ll, L. Nivustro.
Hww TWO: G. FOHOSV, S. lkoprho, S, Tumiuuro, E, Muxkiowurz, W. SCICIIIJOIIIC, I. Slpocz, H
LOCWDIIQY, Fl. Kurdlbirl, I. Kloms, H. Eqolsky.
How Thru-ez L, Holizmx, G. Key, V. Chilic, W. Walcult, V. Clark, E. Kukuk, E. Surniuk, I
Row Om.: A. Liuzicl, D. Mcmzc-vllcx, M. A. Wurdoulip, D. Cicxzrchi, I. Ewing, B. I. Sperunzcr
L. Mursiliw, G. Ycmnuzzi, I. TiI'11'lO!I'19YClX, H. Corey.
How Two: Z. fx. Cowen, C. Ross, R. Michecxu, D. Albonese, B. Hoon, A. D'Arqenzio, D. Kar
son, L. Fcrxne-cm, I. Clzmcx.
Huw Thr'-Q: E. Scxcwllqm, N. Yolap, I. Dlpusqucllo, M. SOSkC1, M. Frcmccrt, M. Hrosko, C
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J How One: N. Green, E. Reed, P. Troulmcln, H. Young, M. lockson, B. Bolhnqer, D. Smcllzcr, V. 4
, A. Viqqiuni, R. Plornm, L. Pozol, N. Mczlivk, W. Morrison.
llow Two: H. Thomas, W. Skrohul, W. Kowolik, F. Ropertl, G. Anderson, D, Poicrnok, ll. Mur-
tin, I. Viqilonte, F. Gumborl, R. Reskiewicz, R. Luhinetzlcy, B. Scherer.
Row Three: G. Tlcd, D. Thlrnons, D. Vruclny, R. Berger, F. Becker. E. Sqrrnlo, L. Alucl, I.
Prove-nzo, R. Ludwiczuk, R. Pryor, R. Presslck, D. Giqler, F, Capo.
Row One: D. Shwku, L. Iongsky, I. Meston, M. Cornllcx, H. Lunstord, C. Weller, A. Kolito, P. XX
Noel, C. Noble, E. Sloler.
Row Two: R. Borr, E. D'lsubello, A. Gloncolo, I. Scibilicr, E. Ferrich, I. Gcrrbinski, L. Worlcu11,
N. Brown, A. Krclson, I. Bcrqirxski, P. Guzzi, C. Liqoon, D. Mcirsico, T. Sleworl. Qu
How Three: A. Liccllu, A. Mcllillop, l. Resh, l. Remoley, R. Murlrno, L. Debuy, A. Bowser, N
Goldlgcm, T. Kuzmlglz. C. Rrtcnour, T. Buuhonun. Q X
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Test duy in otticfe puxqtige.
Assseiiibliriq our School pcxper.
I..C-lI'Il1ll'j tlifi guiiruciipios Ui good Eng
Our duplicating iiiuutiiiies at work.
Reference Work in our library.
Putting those qeometric figures to work.
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Seated: D, Dim, A. Thomas, Mr. ll. D. Berkcy, Principal, Mr. L. F. McGuire, Advisor, M. Fraiicait,
Standing: A. Antonucci, D. Davis, B. Scherer, G. Green, E. Sharick, R. Martino, V. Clark, A. Horruto,
7-lie gfuaenf Gounci
The Student Council, which has been revived after many years, has as its
aim to teach the students the power ot sell government. The students from each
report room selected their own representative to this council. A group ot stu-
dents selected by the council to form a safety squad exercised certain duties
throughout this school year.
This year the group has laid the foundation for the council in years to come.
ln the future, the council will be selected during the first month of the school
term, so that it may be able to undertake its duties immediately.
President ................. ............. E dward Sharick
Vice President .................... ..,................ A ndrew Romito
Secretary-Treasurer .,........ .......,.... A nna Mae Thomas
Row Ono' C. Chomyak, I. Passewitz, F. Bartoli, G. Vairo, E. Longo, L. Icmicik, T. Provenzo.
Row Two: G. Kuster, T. Kowal, T. Fuqe, ll. Holste, E. Sharick, I. Filcik, C. Colaianni, B. Crocro
fnafional Hanoi oclefxf
The National Honor Society, an honorary organization, was established
in the Arnold High School on May l4, 1927. An appointed committee ot teach-
ers selects members by ballot from the eleventh and twelfth grades. There may
be l5CXJ of the Senior Class and 5? ot the Iunior Class chosen each year. Their
election is determined by tour qualities: namely, leadership, service, character,
and scholarship. Each member of the chapter is entitled to Wear the emblem,
a pin, adopted by the National Honor Society ot Secondary Schools. This year
eleven Seniors and tour Iuniors were selected. Since its inception in Arnold, the
organization boasts a membership of one hundred sixteen girls and ninety-
seven boys. Out ot this number many have entered into various fields of en-
deavor. We have representatives in the fields of medicine, nursing, education,
engineering, industry, and business.
Bow Ono: I. Stennett, B. Ciocco, C. Sukala, L. Flinn, D. Knepshield, G. Petri, D. Walkowiak, A.
Row Two: Miss V, A, Bushnell, Adviseig G. Kuster, L. Haser, D. 'Nissingen I. Fedan, F. Conto, C.
Clolaianni, L, Ianicwk, I. Krasinsky.
itow Thief-: B. Ponvhcl, H. Baroni, M. ltusnovk, G. Zamperini, I. Bayiiuiti, I. Landis, ll. Daher, T.
Ltimal, lt. Vinh
Elticiency, neatness, and cooperation are qualities characteristic of this
year's Broadcaster Start. The art of this production provides work for each and
every member of the paper. These future journalists have gone a long way in
publishing papers tar above the regular standards. The Broadcaster progressed
rapidly this term under the wise supervision ot Miss Virginia A. Bushnell.
Associate Editors .....
Feature Editor .....,..
News Editor ..........
Art Editor .............
Sports Editor .......,.....................
Assembly Manager ..,..,.,.
. ....... Basil Ponchel
Distributors .................. Iean Landis, Hannah Daher,
Rita Holes, Gloria Petri
Typists ........................ Clara Colaianni, Betty Crocco,
Florence Conto, Dorothy Walkowiak,
Layout Managers ........................... Maureen Busnock,
Geraldine Kuster, Lois Flinn
Mirneographers .......................................... Iohn Krasinsky,
Lillian Ianicik, Theresa Kowal
Prooireaders .................................... Dorothy Knepshield,
Ioanne Rayburg, Catherine Sukala
Adviser ................,................... Miss Virginia A. Bushnell
Row Ore: L. Haser, I, Fedan, I. Passewitz, B. Crocco, D. Knepshield, P. Ponsart, C. Colaianni.
Ftow Twoq I. Biss, H, Thomas, T. Kowal, G. Kuster, F, Meco, D. Davis, Ft. Flaherty,
'fowlThYee: Fl.3fl.folste, G. Flasvzynski, S. Sakaluk, l. Verdini, IX. Castorina.
, 'The busy little students, who Worked as hard as beavers this year, were
the members of the Arlion Staff. Writing stories, taking pictures, and getting
subscriptions were but a few of the many tasks of these students. Although
many melmbers of the staff were novices at this type of work, they soon learned
the alrt of it.
The staff, which has willingly given up considerable time and effort, should
be congratulated upon making the book a noteworthy publication. Thanks
should be extended to Mr. Pallone, for with his guidance
i and supervision the Arlion has been published.
' The staff extends best wishes to the future Arlion-
F ites in making other publications successful.
Editor ................................... ...................................................... S teve Sakaluk
F Associate Editors ............ Richard Flaherty, lustine Fedan,
Business Managers ............................................ ...Gloria Zamperini,
George Plasczynski, Geraldine Kuster, Lillian l-laser,
Patricia Ponsart, Alfio Castorina
- Typists .......... ...................... C lara Colaianni, Betty Crocco,
Dorothy Knepshield, lulia Passewitz
Art ......,....................... ............................................................................. I oe Verdini
Photography ........... ............................................. H arold Thomas, lr.
Sports ............................................................ Hilary Holste, Ir., lohn Biss
luniors .................. Mary Echon, Flora Meco, Douglas Davis
Adviser ....... ......................................................... M r. Ioseph I. Pallone
Row Un'-: lf. Plfrsczynslci, A. Mcliillop, I. Lawrence, T. Crivaro, C. Ligoon, P. Conte, G, Tidd, H.
Mafrliowco H. pl15l'5lTIOlC, A. Tirdel, B. Bilicki, l... Crivaro, H, Cipolla, ll. Gagliardi, C, Araento.
Flow Two: A. Costanza. W. Ovferly, W. Sakai, R. Tamburo, W. Guenther, I. Costanza, D. Marsivo,
ll. Cornelius, H. Dorbritz, C, George.
titfw rlllii-'Fi W, Morrison, lf. Torcaso, R. Berger, L. Burlbaugh, F. Gumbnrt, A. Sluser, A. D'Araonzio,
lvl. Mc-ixrflslut-ratfr, A. Livata, B, Clhamyiainy.
'?.v'.v Vanin: l.. tfrilvariesw, R. Fovht, P. Guzzi, H. Ficwa, V. Ve-rtoranio, H. Miller, I, Dewey, ff Schutt,
lt. flinritorti, 53. Filtisrli, l", Svtrlrsi., l... Galli, R. Wliitc-, D. Foyer,
Under the direction of Mr. Moses, The Arnold High School Band has come
to be recognized as one ot the most outstanding musical organizations. ljarly
last tall our band was increased by the number ot thirty-tive, bringing the total
to titty members.
The Arnold High School Band participated along with six other bands in
the Marching Band Festival sponsored by the Daily Dispatch. Betore an esti-
mated crowd of 10,500 spectators they depicted the Cavalcade of Dances. First
the "Minuet in G," which took place back in the l790'sg next "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-
DerAe" rang out portraying the early eighteenth century days with the "Can-
I'Ian" dancey finally, in a darkened stadium the band members, distinguished
by small lights on their head pieces, formed a haltmoon playing, the modern,
"Shine On Harvest Moon." Also under the dimmed stadium lights, they formed
a violin playing "l'll See You in My Dreams."
' A combined Choir and Band Concert was presented in May before a large
crowd. This organization participated in community-sponsored parades and
patr iotirr programs. b
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Kneeling: P. Tonnus, L. Roberts, M. Ligoon, D. Roland. 'J gf W ,rw
Standing: D. Singleton, C. Castorina, M. Lacinski, Wlvgole c ' V. . ' gi . EW' , I.
Baker, P. Snyder, L. Farineau, I. Pagliaro, I. Ciz . Ba . gin k . C , C, Bev dqe,
P. Ponsart, L. Predebon, L. Pozel, L. Davis, R. Flemm. imrnerm , N. o , L. Walcutt, M,
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1 ' Because the majorettes began this year with only to e 1 ' . Q I
bers, twenty new majorettes and four acrobats were a d to fe J . eir pf
summer training was intermittent until August, during whiglfgfiont , t ygrp-G' X Q ,
ticed untiringly aring for the football season. They took gre r e in their f I f
work and o rated to the utmost with their able directgffltflr. Moses.fTheC' J' V, ,
amaz' g ornqance ol the Cavalcade of Dances at the first game was a start- MXDJ-'
li g s ise to nbelieving spectators. At the Festival they reviewed theirjfy
it te -f he avalcade ot Dances and the Violin. Mr. Moses, as
e Arrlol igh School, m justly be proud ot this organization's accomplish- f
me ts is year e are king forward to their impressive pertormahe at the
oro Ba r d Pa nsart. Their excellent work was also res onsible for
Ou apa e l Beveridge, was assisted by Florence Conto,
c st this September.
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lmtt to Right: CI. Prvpnsky, F. Marsivo, l, Korninko, Mr. I. B. Farinelli, Directory W, Sakal, G. Rich.
lt. l't-'vcr A, ffrvstanirl, ll. lVluII5l1'O, l'l. Gfrulialfli, V. V4-ttelcuno, A. C'luant'r:ltr, l,. Hath l, ifftl-mn
The Arnold High Orchestra welcomed into its organization any students
who were interested. The orchestra which was composed ot only fifteen mein-
bers sultered a loss oi tive oi them at graduation.
A supreme sacrifice oi these students was to give up their time from classes
to be able to attend rehearsals. They studied the works ot the classic, romantic,
and contemporary composers.
The two main events for which the orchestra played were the lunior and
Senior Class Plays. The student body was also fortunate enough to hear them
play for a special assembly which presented a Snake Show.
Although the orchestra was small, Mr. Farinelli has hopes oi enlarging it.
Private lessons were given to those students who were interested in participatf
ing in it. ln the near future it is believed that the orchestra will become a large
rn11sic'al organization which will be the pride ot the school.
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Row One: L. Plyler, M. Zimmerman, H. Stennett, L. Marsilio, D. Posati, M. Rayburg, P. Noel, D.
Manzolla, Mr. I. B. Farinelli, Director, N. Maliclc, I. Garbtnski, I. Cizma, E. Slater, D. Slifka, lt.
Botibttt, cfschenk, D. Atbfmese.
It w Two: C. Castorina, Z. A. Cowen, P. Ponsart, D. Hotkowcki, P. Ryder, I. Ewtrg, G. Cebula, B. I.
Speranza, M. Hr ko, D. Karson, M. Francart, L. Farinoau, H. Young, B. Haon, D. Singleton,
- B. Matisko, C. ntucci.
Row'Three: A. Killop, R. Micheau, M, I. Miller, N. Yobp, F. Dunn, I. Vigilante, M. L. Saska,
t , ' F. Meco . Mdrtin, P. Healey, T. Bayne, R. Romito, M. Nicastro, D. Mele.
M 15 Row Four: . Argento, I. Provenzo, D, Decker, K. Hunger, R. M. Stuart, C. Ross, E. Saellani, A.
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Bo r, L. Fitzpatrick, I. Iohrson, M. Martino, R. Smith, R. Welsh, R. Deltflaria, A. Romito, S.
4 ' Ifarrs.
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it . iL'MIThe A C ppella Choir, consisting of 61 students, selected its members by
ty-outs. C ir rehearsals were held every day during the last period.
tc Du ' g the Christmas season, the choir was busy singing at many events.
Ff st its schedule was the entertaining of the New Kensington Women's Club.
.Ai-"V ,fbvho had heard, praised the choir's Christmas program in the auditorium.
outstanding feature of this season was the musical broadcast which was
V , ven over WKPA. The party, provided by the proceeds from caroling, made
this event both profitable and enjoyable. The joint concert, which was given
kj A wi by the band and choir on May 6 in the High School auditorium, was thoroughly
I V appreciated.
, I it Nadia Malick was the soloist for all events which the choir held. She and
gl' Rachel Martin were the accompanists for rehearsals as well as concerts.
The members chosen to be representatives at the county choir were: Car-
men Argento, Frank Dunn, Lorraine Fitzpatrick, Ioan Garbinski, Iarnes Iohnson,
Nadia Maliclc, and Andrew Romito.
The choir was under the direction of Mr. Ioseph B. Farinelli and under the
leadership of the following officers:
President ........................................,................ Andrew Romito Secretary ...... ..... ........ C F oncetta Castorina
Vice Piesident .. ....... . ....... Raymond DeMaria Treasurer .. .......... ..... . .. ..... Patty Healey
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How Ont-' G. Krista-r, F. Bartoli, C Colaianni, D. Knepshield, L, Flinn, R, Baroni, L. Haser, A.
How Two: Miss V. A. Bushnell, Directory M. Busnock, B. Ponvhel, I. Krasinsky, G, Plasczynski, B.
Vlaht ity, I. Biss, L, lanicik.
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EVE ON A RAMPAGE
A Comedy in Three Acts by Paul S. McCoy
Amy Streeter, maid at the Noel home ................ .............. L illian Haser
lessie Noel, a dictating mother ..........................................,.....,............ ........................ R ita Baroni
Gail Higgs, lessie's married daughter .,....,..........,,............................................ Geraldine Kuster
Clarence Higgs, dominated by Gail and her mother .................. George Plasczynski
May Brooks, meek wife ot Stephen .................................................. ............ A ntoinette Baglierl
Stephen Brooks, makes the decisions tor his family .,............................... Donald Pulcini
Boger Brooks, their son whom Eve gets into a jam .......,................,.........,.......... Basil Ponchel
Eve Noel, Iessie's daughter whose ideas get her into trouble .................. Flora Bartoli
lanet Paige, EVe's college friend .........,,.........................................................................,..,,.......... Lois Flinn
Dennis Wayne, Rogers classmate .............................................................,...,...... Richard Flaherty
Prompters: Clara Colaianni, Dorothy Knepshield.
Stage Managers: lohn Biss, Iohn Krasinsky.
Property Managers: Lillian Ianicik, Maureen Rusnock.
Make-up Artists: Lorraine Albanese, Elvira Longo, Rita Tomayko.
Publicity: Gloria Petri, lournalism Class.
Play directed by Miss Virginia A. Bushnell.
Orchestra directed by Mr. loseph B. Farinelli.
Air? Ponsart, I, Filcik.
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Row One: C. Argento, E. Monteleone, E. Anulli, F. Guercione, A. Cerutti, l. D'Evadio.
Row Two: Miss V. A. Bushnell, Directory F. Meco, T. Fuge, S. Birch, W. lohnston, V. Noel, L. Vivola,
I, Dumot. '
Row Three: B. Cipolla, C. Bowser, S. Daylida, L. Fiatangeli, D. Pjontek, A. Powell, T. Provenzo
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LEAVE IT TO GRANDMA
A Comedy in Three Acts by Paul S. McCoy
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Victor Hayes, a young businessman ..................... ........................ A lbert Cerutti
Martha Hayes, his sister ........................................ ............................. P atty Ponsart
Grandma Norfleet, their grandmother ...,,,.... ..........,. E lizabeth Monteleone
Carol Hayes, Victor's wife ................................. ..................... F lora G-uercione
Herman Knox, a rich old bachelor ................. ...................... I ohn D'Evadio
Larry Tucker, a young newspaper man ....... ............ R obert Cipolla
Dolly, the Hayes' hired girl .................................,... ................ A udrey Powell
Abe Swift, Herman's gardener ........................... ........... C armen Argento
Nancy Foster, a young society matron ...........
Steve Dawson, an advertising man .............
Beverly O'Day, Grandma's young girl .......... ....
Prompters: Laura Fratangeli, Sarah Birch.
Stage Managers: Vincent Noel, William Iohnson.
Property Managers: lane Dumot, Theresa Provenzo
Make-up Artists: Constance Bowser, Dolores Piontek,
Publicity: Charles Ewing, Ettore Anulli, Leo Vivola.
Play directed by Miss Virginia A. Bushnell.
Orchestra directed by Mr. loseph B. Farinelii.
How One: ll, SUICGICI. D. Knop-
sliieltl, S. Davis, D. Tirdcil, I
Pcissvwitz, K. Kcminko, L, AI
hcinese, F. Conte, G. h1Ch, H
TWO: D, Burl, lf. lbriqo, C'
Colciicxrini, l.. Loptisky, B
Crovvo. F. Bcitoli, G. Vciiirv
D, Strdtlien, I. Rivli, A
Row Three: C. Pilate, P. VtXllC'll
D. lcrrvzynslci A. M. Thomas
B, BOLll'I'lCll, I. Noel, P. Hobson
G. Cimino, M. llornisli, A, An
lf'l'lLlt'Cl, G. Mohnoy.
llow Ono: D. Ilosclti. S. Dcxylidu
M, Rctybnrg, G. Cebulc, P. Pon
sdrt, L. Hcizelett, lfl. Stennett, I5
Dirt, M. Drzymfilo, H. Fun
Row 'l'x-.'u: I.. lliwpfitrivlc l7. Pin
rilti, CT. Bowser, D. Swmiderskt
l.. l.. Yobp I. Guido, M, I.
Cooper, L. l:IGllH'li1Cll, M. lleiid
licks, D. Pjonlek, ll. Mooney
Hcw Three: M. Zimriiernictn, M
I Milltr G Tidd, S. Birvli, L
Fitzpdtrivk, I. I:tCYllC1lGY, E
Ulimo, E. Moriteleoiie, M. L
iidslcd S. litrpiiio D. lictliciwslzx
uniofz Glmamlvefz of ommefzce
The Junior Clictniber oi Commerce started the yefir oil Witli tlie initidtion ol
new niernbers. Meetings were scheduled once ci niontli tit which time G brief
business meeting was held, iollowed by C1 lunch and some type oi entertain-
ment. Prrrties were held tit Thanksgiving Gnd Edster tinie. At the end ol the
yectr, this orftdnizdtion cwdrded the outstanding Commercial student ci
znedcil lor her outstanding work. luniors dnd seniors alike were eligible for
fJC1I'llCIpCIllOI'l in this orgcrnizcition il they mdintdined dn ctverdge oi C or Ctbove.
President ...... ......... Elizabeth Moriteleone
Secretory ..... ........ .....................................................,....,...................... F l ord Bctrtoli
Treasurer ......,.. ..........,...,..............................,.......................,.................................... S Grd Birch
Advitierzs ..,..... , ....... Miss Hutli H, Cribbs, Miss Stellct A. Ificirigoulis
funded. ana! Seniaa fl-mm
May 9, 1947 'Wolff Room" of flaadeaell' Jlalfel
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ARNOLDH 18 MARS-0
ln Ile tirst qfxrne el tlie secrson tlie Lions
looked rrrirrresrzive, :alrowinq plenty ot power
rind ri qood r-cissinq cittr.1c'l4 to stop Mcrrs l8-U.
Mors never seriously tlrrerrtened tlie Lion qoel,
qettinq only cis c'lo:'e cis tlie twenty. Teucli-
downs were scored by lctfflc Biss, Cdrl Mdzzd
und luck Moses.
ARNOLD--25 WEST DEER-0
Arnold rerrerrted tlreir tirsi win by beotinq
U Iierd-trying West Deer teorn 25-U in C1 non-
lecrque Genie. lt writ: tlre :second qdnie ei the
yedr rind cigciin the Lions sltewed Q qood of-
fense ond defense. Arnold was never in den-
qer und proved tliernselves to be tlie better
tecirrr fron: tlie openinrr wliistle. Touclidowns
were scored lay Bern 'l'orc'liic:, lock Biss, luck
Moses, find Victor Cfldrk.
'lilie second leoqiie qcinie proved diseas-
trous to tlie Lions, losinq to Terenturn Hiqli
School. The Lions storrted well, holdinq Teren-
tuni to one touchdown et tlie end et tlie first
hell. The Lions seemed to cerne eport in tlie
second hell es Terentum scored tliree times in
tlie closinq inonients to detecrt tlie llLT!ClfllQl1llI1'j
ARNOLD-26 EAST DEER-0
ln o non-ledque genie, Arnold recorded
tlieir tliird win by trouncinq Ecrst Deer 2640. lt
wds one sided ond the Lions completely out-
clossed East Deer. Tlie genie wars iedtured by e
seventyssix ycrrd drive tlie Lions put on to score
tlieir first touchdown. Touclidowns were scored
by Sdrn Torcliici, Victor Clerk, end lock Moses.
The Lions displayed their best form of the
year by beating Springdale in a hard-fought
ball game, l3-12. Arnold scored first on a
blocked kick by Dick Romito, who scooped up
the ball and scored. The second Lion touch-
down was made on a seventy-yard pass play
from Carl Mazza to lack Moses.
The second set ag, of the football season
camelirf the han of Leechburg, 20-18. Fum-
iies' wap cotsgl .tot-Y rnold as Leechburg capi-
lized or th eelkoutgh owns. The Lions were
X ungge t -Ara point and lost as
fjzfiel ui? co? ted twice after a touchdown.
lf Arigdld' o c downs were scored on a line
glflinge y, m Torchia for the first score and a
Onpass ff 'Paul Paredes to Dick Romito. A long
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pass from Carl Mazza to lack Moses gave Arn-
old their final touchdown.
ARNOLD-25 FORD CITY-0
The Orange and Blue chalked up their fifth
win of the season by beating Ford City, 25-0.
The winless Glassers didn't make it an inter-
esting game and lost their eighth straight game.
Two of Arnold's scores were made on passes
to Moses and Kowalyk. The other two Arnold
scores were made by Carl Mazza.
ln the last game, the Lions lost a heart-
breaker to Shaler by a score of l4-13. Only after
trying their hardest did Arnold finally lose out.
Arnold's first score was made on a long pass
from Carl Mazza to Dick Bomito. The second
touchdown came on a line plunge by Sam
1947 FOOTBALL SQUAD
Row One: K. Tekely, F. Roperti, F. Becker, E. D'lsabella, I. Birty, V. DoCarlo, D. Vrudny, M.
Gallo, W. Sacriponte.
Row Two: S. Torchia, D. Morgan, L. l-iolizna, A. Ciuffoletti, L. Nicastro, M. Nicastro, R. Knox, Lxjlbo 5.
Resh, l. Prove-nzo. Sk
Row Three: Mr. A. Tannas, Head Coach, I. Moses, M. Martino, C. Mazza, V. Clark, A. Cerutti, Wo, 3
H. Egelsky, L. Abel, A. Kasavage, L. Ghia, Mr. O. I. Phillips, Assistant Coach. 3
How Four: Mr. R. Stuart, Trainer, R. Sherbondy, Mgr., R. Baginski, G. Kowalyk, R. Romito, P.
- Paredes, E. Sgrinia, S. Cropcho, T. Powers, I. Biss, A. Santucci, Mgr., Mr. N. A. Ventura,
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P. Paredes, Quarterback
A. Ciuffoletti, Guard
R. Baqinski, Tackle
C. Mazza, Halfback
I. Biss, M. Nicastro,
I. Biss, Halfback
L. Nicastro, Center
A. Kasavaqe, Guard
I. Birty, Guard
I. Moses, End
S. Torchia, Fullback
M. Nicastro, Tackle
G. Kowalyk, End
R. Romito, End
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After CI lorrq, herd dey Resi time ut lust Scrimmclqinq
Lel's all diq in The coach Ffcmkf H19 Chef, GT fest
Long, lcmq trmil cr-winding Beautiful scene from Clear The Old Swlmmmq hole
Cl t, Creek' Sigel' pa. Wlrere we caught our lcrrqest
f IOW IIIIQ A I fish
K- P- Not Gqgm' Getting prepared for ihe flqhi
Wish I lmcl Imp! in swhcrrre Mcrswterinq the "T" More prcrviice
lQL,l7-48 gasfzeffmff gquaa
Row One: T. We-crkldnd, W. Wolosyn, I. Biss, E. Carrcli, A. Cerutti, P. Poredes, E. Ncrjewicz, R.
Bow Two: Mr. B. M. Terlinski, Assistant Coochq B. Bender, Mctncxgerq I. Filcik, H. flolste, E. Shcrrivk.
I, Moses, I. Sorellom, Manager, Mr. I., F. McGuire, Head Cocrch.
Arnold defeated Wilkinsburg in or thrilling
overtime gome for their first victory of the yegr.
The Lions come bcick strong in the overtime per-
iod to clinch the verdict. Ed Shorick led the
Lion's orttoclc with l4 points.
The Lions received their first defeolt from
Munholl in o hgrd-fought goime. Troiling most
of the gcrrne, the Lions fciltered in the second
hglf to lose the decision to the lndions.
ln the second game with the Holy City
cdgers, Arnold lost the decision ofter putting
up g futile fight. Coming botck strong in the
third qudrter, the Lions crept to within three
points of Wilkinsburg only to lose out in the
The Lions defeoted Springdole in d close
gdme offer corning from behind in the fourth
quorter. Bill Wolosyn dropped in CI field gocxl in
the lost minute to put the Lions dheod by two
Arnold defeated Tgrentum High School in
onother close gome to rnork up the third win of
the seoson. Bill Wolosyn crgoin dropped in
what proved to be the winning field gool in the
lost few seconds.
ln the return gotrne with Tdrenturn, the Lions
reolly disployed power by trouncing the Red-
cgts. Arnold led throughout the entire gdrne clnd
was never in dotnger. Shdrick, Moses, ond Sher-
bondy led the crttdck.
Munhdll swept Arnold gside in the return
engogeinent to rnoke cr cleon sweep of the two-
goirne series. The Lions led only in the first
qudrter ond trotiled the lndidns the rest of the
ln the second gorne of the series with
Springdale, the Lions ogoin defedted them.
Leoding throughout the gdrne, Arnold went
ohecrd in the fourth guorter to hold CI six-point
leod ot the end.
Arnold chalked up their sixth win of the
year by beating Swissvale on their home court.
he Lions stifled a fourth quarter drive by the
Swissvaleers to win the last non-league tilt.
lack Moses paced the Lions with l5 points.
In the first league game, the Lions lost after
a questionable decision by the referee which
threw the game into an overtime period. Shar-
ick and Moses led the Lion's attack.
ARNOLD-54 HAR BRACK--31
Arnold' 'trounced the Big Green from Har
Brack to chalk up their first league win. Every-
one figured in the scoring with Filcik and Shar-
ick leading all. '
The Lions outplayed the Blue Waves from
Leechburg in a non-league game to record their
eighth win. Arnold led the whole way with lack
Moses spearheading the attack.
Playing Butler on their home court, Arnold
suffered a second league defeat. Trailing by
eleven points in the first quarter, the Lions were
unable to catch up to the Golden Tornado.
Holste paced the Lions with eleven points.
ARNOLD-37 FORD CITY-35
In an important game, the Lions upset Ford
City to break the Glassers' jinx. Trailing .at the
end of the first quarter by eight points, Arnold
came back strong to hold Ford City to sixteen
points the remaining three quarters. Sharick
and Najewicz led the Lion attack.
ARNOLD-as NEW KENSINGTON-30
The Lions subdued their rivals from the
lower city by taking the first rivalry game.
Arnold led the whole game to mark up the fifth
win in a row over the Kenmen.. Sharick and
Holste starred on the offense. I
The Arnold Lions won their fourth league
game by defeating Vandergrift in a close,
rough game. Coming back strong in the sec-
ond half, the Lions led by six points at the end.
Ed Sharick set the pace for the Lions with 14
ARNOLD-44 KITTANNING--42 1
In a return game, Arnold obtained revenge
for an earlier setback at the hands of the Kit-
tanning Wildcats. The lead alternated through-
out the game with the Lions going strong in the
overtime period. Holste, Sharick, and Naiewicz
led the Lions.
ARNOLD--2 1 HAR BRACK-31
The Lions lost a tough one to 'Har Brack on
their home court. Unable to make any shots,
the Lions trailed the Big Green the whole game.
Arnold was off-stride and was unable to make
a good game of it.
Arnold dropped Butler to gain sole posses-
sion of second place. Trailing by 2 points at
the half, the Lions came back to defeat the
Golden Tornado 'by 6 points. Ed Sharick starred
for the Lions with 17 points.
ARNOLD-30 FORD CITY-48
The Lions lost all chance for winning the
Section I title by dropping a tough game to Ford
City. The wild, rough game, which ended in a
riot, was close up to the fourth quarter when the
Glassers started dropping them in. Ed Sharick
again paced the Lions with 16 points.
ARNOLD-36 NEW KENSINGTON-32
Arnold again defeated Ken Hi in the sec-
ond rivalry game of the year. The Lions led the
whole game and ended up on the long end of
the score. Sharick again provided the most
trouble for the Kenmen 'with 17 points.
In the last regularly scheduled game of the
year, Arnold took second place with a victory
over Vandergrift. Coming from behind in the
fourth quarter of a very rough game, the Lions
went ahead to win by 5 points. Ed Naiewicz
sparked the Lion attack with 18 points.
ARNOLD-47 NORTH HUNTINGDON-36
In the first game of the Greensburg tourna-
ment, the Lions defeated North Huntingdon.
Arnold led the whole game to move into the
semi-finals. lack Moses starred for the Lions
with 20 points.
ARNOLD-51 l scorrDA1.r:-av
Arnold defeated the Section XI champs in
the semi-final game at Greensburg. The Lions
were really on and handed Scottdale one of
their worst setbacks. Moses, Sharick, and Na-
jewicz led the Lions' attack.
Inthe final game of the Greensburg tour-
nament, the Lions lost to a good Ieannette out-
fit. It was a hard loss for the Lions after coming
so far. Ieannette had a good night while Arnold
had a bad one. lack Moses was the only play-
er for Arnold that was able to show any of-
fensive power. He led the Lions with 19 points.
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Ralph Sherbond y f -Sen ior
Paul Paredes flunior
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Willicxin Wolosyri Senior
Hilary Holste Senior
Edward Sliarick f Senior
lack Moses- lunior
Tliornas Werxklcundr f
lolm Biss e Senior
lulius Filcilc 'Iunior
Albert Cerutti- -elunior
Ernil Carraif Senior
' Leorque Gomes.
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Munhdll ........,... ...,.......... 5 U Arnold 'Butler ..,...,,.............,.,... ......
Wilkirisburq ........ ...........,.. 6 2 Arnold Ford City ...........,............,.....
Sprinqdole ........... ...,.......... 3 7 Arnold 'New Kensington .........
Torenlnm .......,. ...,.......... l 9 Arnold Vcrnderqritt ......,,.... .....,.
Tdrentuni ....,.... .............. 3 l Arnold 'Kittctnninq .,..... ...,..
lvlunlioll .........., .........- 4 9 Arnold 'l-lor Brock .......... .......
Springdale ........... ...,.......... 2 8 Arnold 'Butler ,,......,... ..... ...,...
Swissvcxle ........ .............. 3 5 Arnold Ford City .........,..,...,,. ,......
Kittdnninq .....,... ..,........... 4 2 Arnold 'New Kensington .........
I-lcir Brock ......... .........,.... 3 l Arnold Vcrnderqrill ............ .......
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keepinq time refiords iri Order.
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Miss Famine checking' the absentees. Miss Zimmerman qaiiy qreeiinq iier
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For The Furtherance of Public Education
THE ARNOLD LION'S CLUB
Dedicate This Space To These Objectives
To promote the theory and practice of the Principles of
Good Government and Good Citizenship.
To take an active interest in the Civic, Commercial, Social,
and Moral Welfare of the Community.
HARMONY SHORT LINE
Call New Kensington 1500
ANYTIME -- ANYWHERE
Terminal - 309 Ninth Street New Kensington, Pg
Arnold Volunteer Fire Department
Number One and Number Two Companies
WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE THINK OF:
JOHN W. HUNGER
"Your Friend and Neiqhbor"
ROBERT S. RUSIEWICZ
Phone: N. K. 2626
Fifth Avenue at Fourteenth Street Arnold. Pa.
TO ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL
960 Fourth Avenue New Kensington. Pa
GOOD FOOD OF ALL KINDS
17h24-26 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa
M. J. STEINER, The Florist
"Say It With Flowers" "We Telegraph F1owers"
Reliability and Quality for 21 Years
847 F ifth Avenue Phone N. K. 70-I New Kensington. Pa.
THE ARNOLD DRUG STORE
1707 FIFTH AVENUE
Established 1898 Free Delivery Service
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Prescriptions Our S pecialty'
I. GRAYSON - O. MARINI, Registered Pharmacists
IAMES BUONO AUGUST FREDA
New Kensington Art Memorial Co.
Appropriate, Artistic, Appealing Memorials
1903 Freeport Road New Kensington. PG.
C pliments of
AND SUPPLY COMPANY
New Kensing - G b g - D
For Fine Cakes and Pastries
CORNER KENNETH AVENUE AND DREY STREET
ARNOLD STAR MARKETS
resh Fruits, Meats, and Groceries
1708 Fifth Avenue
For Free Delivery Phone N. K. 1478
C O A L J
CONGRATULATIONS - SENIORS
Gaetclno Pilati Fraternal Aid Club
OF COLUMBIAN FEDERATION
1435 FIFTH AVENUE
SHEHAB MOTOR SALES, INC.
New Kensington, Pa.
MEYER 8. JOHNSTON CO.
SHEET METAL WORKS
AIR CONDITIONING - HEATING - ROOFING
1901 Kenneth Avenue Phone 28
JOHNSTON HARDWARE CO.
Complete Line of Hardware :S Householdware
ELECTRICAL 6 PLUMBING SUPPLIES
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS PAINTS
1034 Fifth Avenue New Kensington. Pa.
SPRING 8. FOUNDRY WORKERS
Local Union 1323
New Kensington. Pa. A C. I. O. Affiliate
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1948
LONGO'S NEW MARKET
Corner Orchard Avenue - Drey Street
CORNER 4th AVENUE and 14th STREET
THE KEYSTONE DAIRY CO.
Dairy Store-329 Sixth Avenue Phone 666
MILLER BROS. SHOES
908 FIFTH AVENUE
New Kensington? Largest Shoe Store
A. L. SPECK
Roofing Siding Insulation Perma-Stone
When you buy screens now, look ahead to next winter. An 'Orange' Aluminum All-Weather
Window combines summer screens and winter storm panes you can interchange in seconds. Saves
storage space, repairs, painting, replacement, Iuel. Can be bought out ot earnings. Write for iolder
today or come in.
1826-28 Freeport Road
Phones: New Kensington 3383 - 5231
VIRGINIA DARE BEVERAGES
1822 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
"It Pleases Us to Please Youv
LOMBARDO BROS. - SAM AND IOE
AMERICAN WINIJUW GLASS
Lustra-qlass, ultra-violet ray sheet glassy Lustra
Slides and Lustra Cover Glass for microscope
workg Supratest, the safer safety glassy Lami-
nated Lenses for qas rnasksg Flat Drawn Ameri-
can Croolces Dawn for sunqlassesg Lustrawhite,
highest quality picture glass in the Worldg
Photographic Glass for X-ray platesp Lustrablu
and Lustraqold for mirrors, table tops and other
ornamental purposesg Crystal Sheet Glass, Bulb
Edge Glass and Special Glass for industrial,
American Window Glass Company
Lodge 1 19
AFFILIATED WITH THE
ITALIAN SONS AND DAUGI-ITERS OF AMERICA
Martin's Drug Store
"The Rexall Store"
- Free Delivery -
1729 FIFTH AVENUE
Herman F. Martin-Ernest D. Martin
Al.'S RADIO 8r APPLIANCES
Admiral Bendix Motorola
1706 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pct.
BELLI MOTOR CO.
DeSoto - Plymouth
1330 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and SUPPLIES
"Music and Art Center"
810 Fifth Avenue New Kensington. Pa.
Congratulations Class oi '48 S
suzY's soDA GRILL 1 X 3 N '
"Where the Gang Loves to lileetuxjx
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BEATRICE HANLON, Prop. ,J . 5
1901 Orchard Avenue I I Phone I-9989
The Fa5hi0n Famous Fashions and
-'First Store Accessories for Juniors,
f., . 5591 ' Misses, Women and
Children at the
.H I ' RIGHT PRICES
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
WALZER CLEANING CO.
THE VALLEY'S LEADING CLEANER
408 Eighth Street New Kensington, Pa.
Aurora cli Prog resso Council No. 47
Sons of Columbus of America
1416 Fourth Avenue
Arnold Builders' Supply
HARDWARE 6: PAINTS PLUMBING 6. HEATING
STEEL SASH 6 GLASS
Office 61 Yard V
Rr. 2032 Kimball Avenue Telephone 1543-I
LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY
WOODWORK AND BUILDING SUPPLIES
Phones: New Kensington 640-Tarentum 24
JOHN FEDAN 81 CO
1712-16 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HARDWARE FURNITURE
1739 Fifth Avenue R. MANGIERI, Proprietor Arnold, Pa.
SHOES AND HOSIERY Fon THE ENTIRE FAMILY
LOUIS' SHOE STORE
1715 Fifth Avenue
Phone 4669 Arnold. Pa.
United Steelworkers of America
L. U. No. 302
FRANK HILL, President
SAM ANTHONY, Vice President
WILLIAM GREENWALD, Treasurer
J. PATTERSON, JR., Financial Secretary
SAM CHIN E, Secretary
T. W. DAVIS, Trustee
WILLIAM GRAFF, Trustee
WILLIAM CARSON, Trustee
J. ELLIS, Guard
LLOYD ADAMS, Guide
ALBERT GIRARDI, Plant Chairman
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
W. R. GOTT
FURNITURE AND RUGS
AR-KEN PLUMBING 8. HOME SUPPLY
1606 Fifth Avenue Arnold. Pa.
No Job Too Big - No Job Too Small
Plumbing. Paint 6. Hardware Phone 491
KENNY'S FLOWER SHOP
642 Fourth Avenue
NEW KENSINGTON. PA.
Allegheny Valley Industrial
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
P. PASTURA 8. SONS
GROCERIES, MEATS, and FRUITS
Phone N. K. 2032 1615 Fifth Ave. Arnold, Pa
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
EICH MOTOR SALES
New Kensington at the Bridge 225 Freeport Si.
Phone 444 Phone 5519
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1728 FIFTH AVENUE
940 Fourth Avenue New Kensington, Pa
MEADOW GOLD DAIRIES. INC.
"Quality Dairy Products"
PHONE N. K. 963 - 964
CENTRAL DRUG STORES
"famous for Low Prices"
NEW KENSINGTON, PA.
EDDY'S MEN'S WEAR
"Smart Wear for Men Who Care"
1718 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
ARNOLD SUPER CLEANERS
WE CLEAN CLOTHES CLEANER - TUXEDOS Fon RENT
Carl Gentile Frank "Peggy" Nelson
1805 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
K E N For the best in
"'7fze 7!zeahu of +1 ---we,f'
William Serrao, New Kensington
CAPUTO SCHOOL OF DANCING
FOR BETTER DANCING
977 Filth Avenue New Kensington, Pa.
-- MAKE THIS YOUR HOME AT YOUR TIME OF SORROW -
MANZELLA FUNERAL HOME
1509 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
GOLD CREST DAIRY
PASTEURIZED - HOMOGENIZED - "VITAMIN D"
Butter Cream Cheese
And other dairy products All Gold Crest Products
Will be in double sealed paper containers. "No bottles to wash-Nothing to
return." Preserves Natural Flavor G Vitamins.
Leechburg Road New Kensington. Pa.
Sales 6. Service ' Office Supplies
ARNOLD TYPEWRITER 81 SUPPLY CO.
161 1 Filth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION
ARNOLD FLOWER SHOP
1600V2 Fifth Avenue Te1ePh0I1e 5300
LUMBER - MILLWORK - ROOFING - PAINT
ARNOLD LUMBER CO.
Fourth Avenue at The Lumber Number
Fourteenth Street N. K. 190
CATERING TO PARTIES and BANQUETS - PHONE 9862
PLATE LUNCHES. SOUPS and SANDWICHES
1609 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
C pliments of
FEDERATION OF GLASS,
CERAMIC AND SILICA SAND
WORKERS OF AMERICA
LoCCIl No. 17
AFTER THE GAME FOLLOW THE CROWD TO-
JACOB'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
We make our own ice cream and is it good!!
1701 Fifth Avenue Arnold, Pa.
CLEANING -- PRESSING - REPAIRING
428 Seventeenth Street Phone 5247 Arnold, Pa.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '48
CELIA - ANN SHOP
1727 Fifth Avenue Phone 3464 Arnold, Pa.
BONIDY'S REFRIGERATED LOCKER SERVICE
1600 Third Avenue Arnold, Pa
JOHN C. DONAHER
1369 Fifth Avenue Arnold. Pcx.
N0 Unsightly Monuments
GREENWOOD MEMORIAL PARK
Route 51. Leechburg 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 - Vcmderqriit 703
C leanin g, Pressing, Repairing
Let Us Care for All Your Clothes
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO ORDER
1539 Fourth Avenue Phone N. K. 5376 Arnold. Pa.
WE BUY AND SELL USED CARS
JEROME MOTOR COMPANY
OLDS - CADILLAC - G. M. C. TRUCKS
Corner ot Fourth Ave. Phone 2448
cmd Eighth Street New Kensington, Pa.
GLOCK'S SPORTING GOODS STORE
706 Fifth Avenue New Kensington, Pa.
JOS. RENEE JEWELERS
303 Tenth St. Phone 3443
Silverware and Mountings
THE STORE OF DIGNIFIED CREDIT
H. A. KLINGENSMITH 8. SONS
"It it's HARDWARE we have it"
912 Fifth Ave. New Kensington, Pa.
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Mr. Alec Demao
Edna Hotel Barber Shop
F rank's Clover Farm Store
Sarniak's Meat Market
Permutico's Sunoco Service
F alsetti the Tailor
Bloom's Drug Store
Guzzi's Shoe Hospital
A. Weisz Shoe Repair
Mr. Alex Riznick
Drey St. Market
Ta11arico's Shoe Shop
Tommy's Barber Shop
Dr. E. I. Stevens
Mr. Andrew Tenzar
Mr. A. Lorant
Dr. L. C. Ceraso
Agnes' Beauty Salon
Mr. Iohn Mangieri
Dr. D. A. Marini
Dr. Frank A. Vigqiano
Marino Fruit Market
Fuzzy Simon A
Donati's Service Station
Mr. Anthony Bianco
Mr. Orlando Lisciarelli
Mr. Patsy "Pat" Rich
Hecker's Service Station
Mr. Andrew Danko
Albert's Shoe Service
Gordon's Triangle Food Market
Frank Mastroianni Shoe Repair Shop
Dr. I. A. Zahorchak
Dr. H. W. Thomas
L. Dupell Market
Onorina's Beauty Salon
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