Arnold High School - Arlion Yearbook (Arnold, PA)

 - Class of 1949

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' , . ' , . . . , . . ' '. : . . ,l , . . ' . . . Q A ,g W Q' ' ff '. "' . ' ' ' ' L' :ce es to m: U ' .y. . . , .,. ' ,,.. Q , . X . .. . , , . s . . r . sq L X 4 1 i - ' v 47 is the one we seldom hear about but is really the driving force of our school A . N ' e e . : ' , 3 . ' . : . . . ' S' 3 X ' ' , . g If . . i , . 5 . ',,. 'i 3 1 'De. I . A. f, ."' ',J 4 D c , . . PF H L HOLSTE Superintendent of Schools Another year has passed and another Semor Class IS bemg graduated To them go my very best wishes for success and hap PIHCSS I hope they w1ll bulld securely on the founclauons they have land m the class rooms of Arnold Hlgh School Congratulatlons to the Class of 1949 H L HOLSTE Supermtenclent of Schools H D BERKEY Hlgh School Principal CLASS OF 1949 AIIICTICH IS '1 lilhd of 3lDLII1d3llI OPDPOFIUHIIY You Can HCITICVS bl1CC6SS If YOU f6'lllZ6 thai' the I'lECEbS'iI'y ESS6I'lfl3lS 'IFC loyalty Ulltlflng Cl'-fOI't and COYHITIOD 561156 You 'xslt What lb success? In the language of an unknown author Ir s domg your job the best you can And being just to your fellow man Its figur ng how and learning why And lookxng forward and thmklng hlgh And dreaming little and doing much Ir s ke pmg always 1n closest touch Wlth what IS fm st ln word and deed Irs being clean and playlng fair Its lwugh ng lightly 1t Dame D spur lts sharing sorrow and work and mirth And making better this good old earth Its servmg and strxvlng through strain Its doing your noblest that success 8 and stress . M, ,T f.-'41, , r ,it Clie Q. . . 1 ' ' 1 Q , , ,r fr -Q rv V - 3 7 ' ' 3 9 . K 7 I , . . . 3 , 'f . ee g l- J ' A . , . , . YZ . e . , 9 7 T . J J PALLONE Indiana State Teiclwers College University of Plttaburgh Subject Supervlsor Head of Commercial Department H H SINGER Cvnegle Irntntute of Technology University of Pittsburgh unlor High School Prmclpal Vocational Dlrector ,. V . . . ,K - K ' ' A ,-fx. X x.l , , , t , L 9 L. ww EIJWARD I' BORNSCHEUER UMIVCYSIIY ol' Pittsburgh Auto Nlechanxcs Trams Arnolds future mechwnxc MARGARET O CALDWELL Grove Cuy College Scnnor Hugh School L1brar11n Ilterature Composition Qc ks greater llterary 'tchxt-ve ment for vocational wtudents RUTH E CRIBBS Indlana State Teachers College Commercxal CJIVQS good 'ldxlce EO 'ill would be boolclceepers JOSEPH J DEDA Unnersuy of Plttsburgh Sclence Inxtmtes freshmen into wonders of SC19"lC0 STELLA A FRANGOULIS Indiana State Teachers College Commerclal She trams secretarxes who succeed VIRGINIA A BUSHNEI L Pennsylvanxa College for Women I.1terature ournalxsm Litm Entwmes phxlosophy wth teachmg LAURA W CORNELL Indxana Sure Teachers College Clothlng Modern Ilvlng Arustuc placement of buttons 'ind bows ANNA CZUSZACK Carneqne In tntute of Technology Foods Household Chemxstry TC1Ch9S OUI' gII'lS IIT? SCCFQI of Il"'l9 W'lY to 'l HIGHS l'l9'll'I JOSEPH B FARINELLI Carnegie Instltute of Technology Music usxc ns well smd to c tme speech of angels LOUIS GOODMAN Chlo North rn Unxverslty Unnersuy of Plrtsburgh Machlne Shep Gemal pxlot of our nolsy fnachlnlst CYCW a ' L4 l fx., ' ' 5 l . . 1 ' 1' l A ,J Y C- . O J tm , , C, Y -I Q si 'J . I. I . ' 'X I "M ti ln I JEAN HALL Indiana State Teachers College Arr Inspmres young arnsts greater things SELMA KARSTEN Valparaiso Unxversnty Unxversnty of Pnrtsburgh Grammar Rcaclmg unlor Hugh School Llbrarlan Has ready lect ons for the avxd reader MILTON J KLEIN Duquesne Umverslty Government U S Hxstory Practices democracy 1 pattern of life not just as a course JOSEPHINE B LECNAR Mxsencordla College Composmon Lnterature Makes Inter-uure llve LAWRENCE F McGUIRE Carnegne Institute of Technology Umversnty of Pxttsburgh Mathematics Draftxng Sl-ulfullest arxthmetxcman LLL s-1 PEGGY ANN HALL Grove Clty College Composition Lntemture Coached two very success ul class pl1ys ELINOR R KEEFER Muskmfum Collegfe Unxversxty of Put bur h Cpanlsh Arlthmctlc Por que no salne BROOKS KUHN Sllppery Rock St'1te Te1chcrs College Unxversxty of Pittsburgh General Shop Perfecs skill nn handxcmft ROSEMARY LUCAS Grove Cnty College Mathematics Expl-uns the intricate m1z higher m1themat1cs GEORGE C McLAUGHLIN Waynesburg College University of Pittsburgh Physxcs Chemistry Bxology He dispenses more than a test tube of knowledge I7 X f a ' f XY ' lf ,, ,E YQ K . ,xx , . 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I .. . 4 -e H L MARGARET K MORRISON Grove Cnty College Commercial Peppy supervlsor of newly orgamzed Y Teens L LEONARD F PALETTA Duquesne Unlversxty Grammar History Eyes xffffu l OLIVER J PHILLIPS University of Chattanooga Health Health alone ns vnctory ALEX TANNAS Mercer Umversxty World History Pennsylvama History Belxever In rxgncl dl5Clpllh9 NICHOLAS A VENTURA Carnegle Instltute of Technology Duquesne Unlvefslty Mathematxcs, Hxstory, Scxence Failure comes In can ts, ' SUCCESS In C305 i l I I ALBERT G MOSES Duquesne Unlverslty Band Brought Jazz mm A 'VIARIO PERETTI Wlttenberg College Unnverslty of Pittsburgh Algebra General Scxence Patience and fortxtude are his urtues RUTH SIPES Slnppery Rock State Teachers College Arlthmetxc Algebra Friendly math teacher who enjoys reading to her classes ROBERT M TERLINSKI Inchana State Teachers College Unnversxty of Pnttsburgh Geography lfxpounder of global knowledge INEZ WALLIS Pennsylvania College for Women University of Pittsburgh Reaclmg, Grammar Immortalxzes "EvangelIne l I 1 I I a ' L l f L, I ,A,, KC L ls fl M f' ' A I y I I - ' . 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A JJ.. if X , 'Qi' ,. x , 4 X 5 ,- .Y 1 ,4 ' ' zafv I " , F1 V .,.'.g f T , 'I ' X. 1 eniofzs E CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Mr G C Mclaughlln Mtss S Frangcults aclt Nlose Theresa Provenzo ulxus Ftcnk Albert Cerum 1-1-' O Vlllfle S JACK MOSES ALBERT CERUTTI JACK MOSES President Vice President Moo e Academlc ass prestdent for past three ye'1rs basketball and football captain popular on the fxeld and o one swell guy THERESA PROVENZO Tree Academlc Our cliss secretary for three years very artlstxc prim lxttle Miss with curly haxr ALBERT CERUTTI Academnc One of the frnenclllest boys around school stars ln football and basketball photogenlc smooth da mcer JULIUS FILCIK ules Academlc A l1d whos popular with the lasses his been tr 1surer of the class for three years played basket ball three years THERESA PROVENZO JULIUS FILCIK Secretary Treasurer 16 W . , . . , . , I .l ' S, J ' " ' , - , f 'Z I - 'Z f Cl. ' . . , . . K 1 K K 4 . I . L V v V ff , . . - . ' .. U . . . . honor roll student . . . wears smooth clothes . . . HAI.. . . I L I . I . V . 4 . 4 QI . X ...I U K K . L . X. . 2 ini A 9: . . . - - . . CARMEN ARGENTO Carm Academic Frxendly to everyone a supporter of all actlvmes llkes to help out struggled for 'tcls for 49 Arlxon qulte an actor NORMAN BECKER Becker Commerctal A joke lover loves to talk a very friendly a ready for a good argument wxll make a flne auto parts man DOROTHY BILBIE Dot Academlc Has long wavy blonde hair cuts a cute fxgure on the Ice a dxstmgulsh ed gnggle a future Flor ence Nlghtlngale SARAH BIRCH Sweetie Commercxal uxte a worker wx make a wcnderful secretary a pleasant personalxty lxfe of any party loves to laugh ass 06194 If EVALYN ARTMAN ve Commercxal Reserved has a frlencl ly smile for everyone one of our tall gxrls Interest lxes tn Ken H1 future telephone operator PATRICIA BERTOLINO Txsh Commercxal Very pleasant loves t experiment wlth haxr styles a former Ken H1 student neat dresser enjoys dancxng CONSTANCE BOWSER Connie Commercnl Her heart belongs to sailor tolls at Isaly s Ice Cream Parlor xkes to dance make up arnst for plays EMMA CAPPARELLI Emm1 Academxc Enjoys workmg nn a bak ery likes to lce skate pr tty teeth un to be mth college bound EDWARD CEPULL "Eddie" Academic Hails from Stewart way . . . dis- likes getting up in the morning . . . fiery red hair . . . blushes readily , . . brilliant student. IRWIN CHILDS "Ted" Academic Liked by everyone . . . neat dresser . , . his business venture was being a good humor man . . . ambitious. GERALDINE CEBULA BETTY CHIPOLETTI "Jeri" Commercial "Chip Commercial A sparkling personality . . . Pleasing personality mem serves faithfully on the cheer- ber of C C takes life seri leading squad . . . favorite pastime ously . . . good shorthand student is roller skating. . . . earnest worker CATHERINE CHOMYAK JEAN CORNELIUS Cath Academic einnie Academic Honor roll student neat TOIIS 'xt Murphy s can maki secretary of Student Council the piano talk always seen interested in all activities with Dorothy and une ambition is to be a nurse tends night school ROBERT CIPOLLA Bo Ac1demic Another Gene Krupa sharp dresser proud of his curly hair business manager of year book THELMA CLARK Stuff Commercial One of the smaller set i e 1 e pretty blonde hair works at Citizens General Hospital Home Ec student l .. H . HJ K ,.. ...lk - . . . ' tbl ... ' ... 18 DOROTHY CZEMERDA "Dot" Academic Gets letters from Grove City College . . . rid-es the bus from Stewart . . . handy as a layout manager for The Broadcaster. DOLORES DASTA "Dodo" Commercial pleasant . . . has little to say . . . serious-minded commercial student . . . good worker , . . transfer from Charleroi. JOHN COSTANZA FRANK DATRI "johnny" General "Boots" Commercial Enjoys musical side of life . . . Businessmanls life his aim . . . occupies his time practicing on one of the faithful managers of clarinet for band likes law football team thinks Ken Hi c ass has tts points DOUGLAS DAVIS Doug Vocational Very bright student good grease monkey g ts aong to say girl shy Arlion Staff LEOLA DAVIS eo Commercial Dces some high strutting 'is one of our mijorettes sports a large dnmond ring enjoys cooking 'ind sewing GENNAR DeSANTIS Gen Vocational Honor student favorite sub ject is trig pa SHIRLEY DAYLIDA Shirl Commercial Always has a broad smile slaves 15 mimeographer for The Broadc1ster supports all ac tixities sery helpful lik s to play around with the guys . . . never has much in shop . . . seen with Tony, his 19 JOHN D EVADIO ohnnxe Academuc One of the few boys who enjoy school strives to keep up lus 300 aver1g l s up IJ the NHS standards DORIS DINI Dorxs Commercml H'1s 1n xnfectxcus glggle our fnost ardent ball 'md lrxsketball rooter always mqulrmg lcves to talk JANE DUMOT 1n1e Academic Hvlds 1ll 1rt acrxvxtles would like to continue stud 11 themxsrry fmds m1th msy honor student MARY ECHON ns Commercml Attmctxve ind neat wlnnmg smile thinks formtr tdxtor of yvlrhoolx 1 L IN 1x v eniofzs 20 GERALD DEWEY erry Academic Enjoys traveling and as done much to prove lf qulck wlth wxtty retorts bxg game hunter MARIE DRZYMALA Chicken Commerclal Has a so t slow speech could give Maggle Whlt mg lots of compentxon has laughmg eyes RUTH DUNMORE Ruthie Commercxal has a mind of her cwn possesses many orxgmal ndeas ROBERT FALCO Bo Vocatlonal Has been tootxng a horn for the AHS Band for three years proud of his Hudson great sense of humor 7 J f HJ ,, . , V . ' ' h ' I K 3 I I - . . . . . , we . . . A ' ' ' 4' --Q ll fl ' 71 - t K . , .L r A 7 L , . . . U . H . . . . One of our taller lassies H t r . , , - 1 1 ' y D l I . , I Q t . , . . 1 ' xi - . . 5 4 ' .1 N - .. . .. . b S t S l CA L 4 1 . .V A - ' 4 I , I - . , IS th' lwst saxlor 111 l. S N A 4 I ' , , RITA FARINEAU Shorty Commercnl Could lend some of her sports enthusnasm to rest f student body Senior Class Play C and 12 LEE FITZPATRICK Chuck Commercial Helped enormously qulrmg patrons for our 49 Arlxon ac of all trades no job too bag none too trivial ARTHUR FLEEGER Art Academxc A quuet fellow to acquamt ances others know dlffer ently member of the football squad makes musxc wnth hxs clarmet THELMA FUGE Fudge Commercnal Energetic Mlss fxnds water relaxmg as well as un works hard to mamtaxn a good standing ln her secretanal course S LEONA FISHER ce Commercial Ta redhe1d with pe1ceful Scotch temper thxs lassle hopes to ec some of Europe after gmduauon LORRAINE FITZPATRICK orrame C mmerclal Lorraine can usually b found talclng order -ncobs Lee s twm wnll receive her dlploma Warren Pennsylxanla LAURA FRATANGELI Laur Commercial When our class plays come around Laura IS l cated back stage ture boolclceeper dowed wnth black wavy h1lr LOUIS GALLI p Academic A member of the band an crchestra Louxs 1lo found time to act n our Senior Class Play takes school serlously ALMEDIA GIBBS "Al" General Very welcome newcomer from the city of Jeannette , . , sing- ing just comes naturally . . shy . . . a lot of fun. NELSON GOLDBE RG "Nels" Academic Has an argument ready for any topic . . . Babes sparring partner in government class , , . vice pres- ident of Student Council. MARY GENERELLI DOLORES GROGNO "lVlaryu Commercial "Dolly Commercial This Mary makes use of her This peppy Miss is se n where sewing ability . . . spends her ever there is music for dancing leisure time dancing and in win- . . . pals with Gloria and Eve ter she likes to ice skate. lcrs to say likes school EVELYN GROSSO SALLIE HAJEL Eve Commercia Sallie Commercial Eve Doris Gloria and Dolly Proud of her naturally curly are constant companions s e black hair likes to sing makes herself understood by using easy going uses her per onal her hands and facial expressions ity in the selling field FLORA MAE GUERCIOINE o Academic her trade marks active fun loving lass who excels in dramatic presentations Banquet Com mittee JENNIE GUIDO Commercial mischievous talkative gal ways with Liz neier se-en frowning enjoys a good joke l K. 1 V H I 7 MFI .. 1 , ujen., ,K Black hair and dark eyes are Everyone knows Jennie . . . a L L Y' . 1 1 - Y K A . . . ' I - . , I K I . ZZ LORETTA HAZELETT PATRICIA HEALEY "Pete" Commercial "Patty" Academic One of the shorter set . . . a A staunch supporter of all our willing helper . . . friendly . . . activities . . . one of our star cheer- neat . . . assistant mimeographer leaders for six years . . . brightens for The Broadcaster . . . Banquet the tenor section in Choir. Committee. ROSE MARIE HANYO MERCEDES HENDRICKS "Corky" Commercial "Eaclie" Commercial Stewart School lass . . . pleasant A whiz at typing and shorthand . . . conscientious . . . keeps that . . . slaves at John W. Hunger's sewing machine humming . . . office . . . always joking . . . cxcitabl- . . . Senior Class Play. pcppy. KATHLEEN HUNGER RUSSELL KELLER Kathleen Academic Russ Vocational A very friendly girl with an in Keeps Warrington s spic and fectious laugh neat those span a very smooth dancer short locks are natur1lly curly one of our machine shop boys seen with the gang tall lad with a wide grin Wee Academic Boston General music from head to toes Always driving around in his very lively lad chemistry and car enjoys playing basketball math just come naturally for Frank s Grill unlor Choir unior Class Play m mluer 73 L l WILLIAM JOHNSON STEVE KARRS All ' g . , . I ' A V ' ' 4 . . I I ' I . I . Q . . U I J . . gl . 2 . RITA KLEMS ecsi Academic Alwciys driving the gang everywhere her car enny very fri ndly ro everyone Prom Com mittee MARGARET LACINSKI Peggy Commercial One of our very lively majorettes possess s very attractive dimples an extremely neat dresser CARMELLA LONGO Carm Commercial A firm beli wer in t e Golden Rule one of OUT' flnlesf glfls d'lrk hair and dark eyes are 1mong this girl s assets ANNA MARIE MARTIN 'Anna Marie' Commercial One of our quiet lwsses . . . very inquisitive . . . friendly . . . h1s long dark hair. .I'S Q ZVllOiS 24 THEODORE KUZMICK Teddy Academic A master of the ivories always has his own opinions enjoys dr wing sparkling blue eyed lad GERTRUDE LOEHNER Gert Academic Proudly flashes that sparlc lmg diamond prefers marriage as a career hard worker The Broad caster staff HENRY MARELLO Huck Academic Easy going lad as yet undecided about his career very eager sports en thusiast one of Mum s Gang MARIO MARTINO ' Mudio General Won his letter as star guard of the football team . . . 1lways ready to lend a helping hand . . , very wcll- liked. WARREN MASSARO Moe Academic Nlakes frlends easlly thinking 1bout following hxs dads footsteps one swell guy lnkes to drxve his Buick ALEX McKILLOP Sonny Academlc Snappy dresser Lon go s super delivery boy mooth dancer has a pleasmg smxle frnendly fellow DANIEL MELE Dan Academic ester of all classes friendly full of fun mxschtevcus at umes Nelson s buddy always has questlons to ask MARY JANE MILLER Mary ane Commercxal Master of the keyboard enjoys skatmg and swnmmmg as her pasnmes a good narured gtrl future alrlxne reservanonust a 0 I 9 5 BETTY MATISKO Betty Academnc Everybody s frxend talkatnve enthusxastlc an ardent supporter of A H S games mostly wlth Clara and Roe FLORA MECO o Academic Capable and friendly has a smile for everyone lakes to sung an Choxr National Honor Society student a good pxamst LAWRENCE MILLER Larry Vocatxonal Rather shy and quiet one of the shop boys swims lxke a fish tall and lanky courteous and re served pleasant to all ELIZABETH MONTELEONE nz Commercial A peppy president f J C C and Y Teens Jolly person future character actress pa s around wlth en el ss 6 QL! " ' "Fl" ' V1 I y 'ffl " J " A . . . ' 0 4 - ...a M , J' 2 HENRY MOONEY DONALD MORGAN "Hank" Commercial "Don" Academic Editor of the Arlion . . . will- Happy-go-lucky . . . never has ing helper . . . courteous and a care in the world . . . a great friendly . . . has a great sense of hunter . . . athletic type of lad humor. . . . swell fellow. GLORIA MONZI VINCENT NOEL 'iGl0" Commercial "Vinnie" Vocational Dependable Miss , . . Jolly and A very popular vocational fun-loving . . . blushes easily . . . tops as a draftsman honor Dolly's chum . . . a fine student student . . . Junior and Senior , . . a member of C. C. Class Plays . . . well liked Wardoclip's buddy PAUL PAREDES PATRICIA PONSART Paul Vocational at Commercial Popular quarterback of Arnold Snappy head majorette High master of the T forma popular N I-I S member tion does well both on the field swell actress ardent sup and on the basketball floor porter of all our school activities DOLORES PJONTEK Dolores Commercml and Senior Class Plays Laura s steady pal will follow family tradition of becoming a secretary good student LOIS PLYLER Lois Academic going person well liked by a spends summers at Clin ton an attractive dresser H .. - vp ,. Make-up staff of both Junior A quiet, friendly, and easy- ! K . U I H , .. H H h . ' . . . K E . 26 JOHN POTOCNAK AUDREY POWELL ack General Aud Academlc Can argue sports with cmyone The hired gurl m the unnor great base-b1ll fin Class Pluy another 'me tended v1rlous schools h s 1 Powell dynamo of energy pleasmg personality future alrlme hostess DORA POSATI TINO POWERS Dora Commercnl Tmo Academic A smlle for everyone this Tackle on the football team gxrls motto good student xg and strong good t test consclous typxst for pntchmg horseshoes qulte a The Broadcaster a popular mxschnevous lad semor 1 DOLORES PROIETTI JUNE REMALEY Dolores Commerclal ume Commercxal An easy going person offlce Mona Llsa smlle member practtce xs her favorite class C always seen wlth works at Citizens General Hospxtal ean employed at Murphy s very petite Flve and Ten BETTY RAYBUCK MARCELLA RAYBURG Betty General Marcy Commercxal Ken H1 transfer commuter Very talkative full of pep from Lower Burrell prefers it all the games loves to eat marrlage to a career tmy and cindy another Riyburg grad quxet uate cute smxle 77 .. ,, ., . . . . 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K ' SHIRLEY REPINE Shirley Commercxal Tall dark and sophxstlcat enjoys trlps to Wxnd er hopes to proflt from her experxence as an office gxr ALEX RIZNICK Rizzo Academlc Arnold s strawberry blond can be seen drlvmg his new blue Nash wltty and enjoys a good joke smooth dancer PATRICIA RYDER Pat Academxc Always wixtmg for her shlp to come ln great t1lent as a pnnlst re1dy smxle for everyone s me-'nbers elocutxon lessons CLARA SANTUCCI C ar Academic Fu of pep vxm and vlgcr Roe s friend dxstrlbutxon manager for The Broadcaster very Jclly at all times. 6l'llO'Z.S 28 OHN RESH Shuney Academic Always gettmg mto trou e favornte class xs gen eral shop star lineman on varsity squad great jolcester DORIS ROSATI one Academic Wonderful sense of hu mor very frlendly 'md soclable I0 I5 office gurl pleasure lovmg senior WALTER SAKAL Walt Academxc Faxthful member of band and orchestra very de termmed young man loves to argue MARY LOUISE SASKA Mary Lou Commercial Great sense of humor hard worker wmnmg smlle cooperatxve on The Broadcaster staff. ROBERT SCALPELLO Scraps Acaclemnc Regular guy frxendly smlle everybody s pal future merchant takes lxfe easy CONRAD SCHULTZ Conme General Always Ending trouble his hobby IS sleeplng one of Arnold s ardent fans small and sharp G o Academxc Has a smxle for everyone norxceable cllmples always gxgglxng much to say DORIS SINGLETON Penny Commercial Gxggles all day long favorxte of all one of our twxrlers long black halr IS envy of her clas mates s I Lf 9 CONSTANCE SCHENK Conme Academnc Especially quxer deep dimples halls from :ewan school Choxr studlous and serlous RUSSELL SCHWETZ Sweats Academxc Bashful nature one of our tall seniors great basketball player young est of Semor Class head ed for college a Academxc Cute pug nose lnte In ent has :he gnfr of ga great sense of hu mor lakes to argue HELEN STENNETT Helen Commercxal One of our smaller glrls seen at all our games lxlces to dance seen but not heard GLORIA SCIBILIA SALLY SEYBERT u 1 vs ' "S IV' ' l I I . . . W -- l as , a ROSE MARIE STUART "Roe" Academic Neat and pretty . . . one of the gang . . . famous for h-er dimpled chin . . . everyone's pal . . . proud of her beautiful wardrobe. REID STEWART "Reid" Academic Hails from Stewart High . . . Prom Committee . . . dislikes silly DOLORES SWANDERSKI "Dolly" Commercial Courteous . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . pleasant voice . . . efficient office worker. KARL "Check', football squad TEKELY Academic . . sturdy end on Easy going . . . . loafs at Bongi's girls . . . intelligent , . . college . . . whiz at mathematics. bound . . . ambitious. ELAINE TESSIER ANTHONY ULIZIO Elaine Commercial Tony Vocational Industrious student dainty Rugged machinist regular Senior High office girl honor roll student shuns the quiet and sincere opposite se at all times SAM TORCHIA Crow Vocational Line crashing fullback ne physique pretends to dislike gir s toils at brother Tommy s shop friendly JAMES TOSCANO imo Commercial One of our few commercial boys Mickeys chum Jo y injects humor into 'my situ ation likeable ,. ., K. ..-I, .. . 30 JOSEPH VALENTI LEO VIVOLA "joe" Vocational "Leo" Vocational Bundle of wit . . . smallest Expert trumpeter . . .big noise senior . . , peppy as a firecracker at machine shop . . . Senior Class . , . Senior Class Play . . . future Play . . . seen driving Chip's jockey. yellow convertible. ELEANOR ULIZIO JOHN WARDOCLIP "El" Commercial "Wardy" Vocational Loves to talk . . . good at dic- Proud of a big black Buick . . . tation . . . seldom seen frowning mechanically minded . . . claims . . . pleasant . . . Eaclie's pal. to be afraid of girls . . . dream boy of Senior Class LYDA LEE YOBP MICHAEL ZOLLINGER Lyda Commercial Mickey Commercial High soprano voice ilces Talkative star basketball to make taffy soft spoken player for Frank s Grill blond hasn t much to s1y earnest hair excellent dancer worker swell sense of hun1of EDWARD ZDANOWSKI MARTHA ZIMMERMAN Nome Academic Nlyrt Commercial Scientific genius may invent One of our high stepping ma 'mother atom bomb no time jorettes capable secretary of for girls usher at football the band honor roll student g1mes on The Broadcaster Staff 31 t 4 t 1 . , t . Glam 0 JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Nlnss A Czusnc Adxxser L HoI1zn1 Pre-sldem B Spa-r'mz1 Secremry A Guzzi T eas ROOM 203 S Rum One I Nhrslllo G Y'1nnu1z1 Nl 'X XX '1FdOCllp B Sperinza Tmnemeyer Clzmn C Ross D Nlinzellz H Corey Row Two D 'Xlbvmese Nl 515141 I D1P'1 quile R NllChE'lU D 1'x1rson -X D 'Xrgenzlo E Saellam C Cistorxna L Fvmeau IN Yobp 39 , Q , xx Y , X Yr! . , xy, V 'll v x V ,Vx , " ax. . . lc, ' 3 , Q, 1 . . 'Q . ,X - urer: E. Sgrxma. Vice Preslde-nt: Nllss IW. O. Caldwell, Acivxscr. A N- 1: , . . ' ...... , . ,J'. 61.5.05 W5 Mzjfwif C WW JUNIORS ROOM 201-S Row One: D. Sliwlca, A. Guzzi, L. Ebel, N. Fitzgerald, A. Kalita, B. Haen, M. Comba, J. Meston, E. Slater, L. Janosky. Row Two: P. Noel, Nl. Hroslco, C. Xverrer, N. Brown. Nl, Francarr, I. Baginslci, Garbinslci D. Nolf, Ewing. AUTO SHOP Row One: Nl. Gallo, A. Smith. R. Bramini, Shaw, C. Capone. A. Campana, H. Loehner R. Camel, VU. Rusalc. Row Two: R. Campbell, Tomaylco, Klems. S. Cropcho. G, Key, C. Mazza. E. Sarniak W, Sacriponte. Row Three: I.. Holizna, E. Nlarlciewicz, XV. Wfalcurr, E. Kakulc, G. Forrest. V. Clark, V. Chilia J. Kommlco, A. Scherf. 34 fi IN MEMORIAM Harold W Thomas Asaocnte Editor 1949 Arllon D1ed December 30 1948 JUNIORS ROOM 105 S Row One N M1llck L Pozel Scxbnlm A G11ncol1 A Bcker F Cipo H Young B Bollinger P Troutmin Row Two M 'ncltson V Vxggnnx D Potucnak D Wfolfe S Gans F Buchunan P Guzzn D Marsnco R Mirtln R Flemm Meancr D Vrudny F Gumbert R Vextch ROOM 200 S Row One W Kow1l1k F Ropertx VU Morrnson F B ck r R Lubmetzky R Resklewxcz W Rhea H Thomis T Stewart Rtw Two A McKlllop N Green G Anderson D Ggler Adams D Thxmons G Txdd Potocnak Row Three Provenzo E Sgrmm G Shxpley R Pressxck L Abel H M1r Ilo B Scherer Glass of 1950 of . ', -Ir. 7 g , . ' , , - , ' V. , . '. . , . 2 , . .. , . , Row Three: C. Ligoon, E. D'IsabeI1a, Vigilante, R. Martino, R. Scanga, B. Bilicki, R : . . , . A, . ' , , 2 9 , . ' . . ' ' , , ' , I , ' V . . I , , - . . , - 1 , J, 1 , . , - J. . . , . . : , . A ., . , . , . , . . we , . f , . v-Y ly. Xlf 4' f t',.'L V' fy ! fl 'Y , ,ef !D ., ass I ,f,,,,, 3 ul Q ILS! y,.', JD! I SOPHOMORES R I CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERSCGA N Fxorma Secretary MxssV A Bushnell Acluser Treasurer Miss R E Crlbbs Aduser I' Dunn Pow Une A Balley D Berrolmo D Bc r NI E Ta Cislcey lVl Huber I. Bertom Row Two Ik lly l Preclebon Biker I: Isenl R Lxcara I. Esser I Dans Row Three T Puglzese L Sanruccn XX Pugo esclkx P V Fxorma B Beaulieu 36 Llnmpilny Vlcv, Prnsxdent S Husulx Preslclenr 'wot pictured llirxco S Adirns V Chomyalc S 'Vlc IJ Pacha 5 Husmlc G Amonucu Snow H Szoclm P Kress Harnxslx -lv ' Kf- ,. . ,h 1 x I x , g . . , " g-I. I I L , - -' 1 . IL '. A ROONIZOS-V ' 'e , .. . , . ..', . . I. I. 1 . ,. I Glass 0 Sl SOPHOMORES ROOM 203 V Row One P C1ppone C Guyron C Ewmg C Meco P Snyder L Riyburg I. 'Vlxsko Pqglmro D H'izenslc1 H Kowalewslcx Row Two C DQLUC1 Oswmd XV Sulcala M lVIe1xelsberger R Kndlbm E Key S Pen: Nl Lnpmk R H1wlc N1 Eostem Row Three H Cornelius H Ellcxn R Yvelsh C SCl"ot! N Liney Champamy D Qgrxnm R SY'l'lIll"1 Cryzzcr E Siericl-cr ROOM 202 V XV Slxmbuz Cirmx R Nlooney Row Two F Cuenule A Deperro A Krason R Bqxlco Salxatore R Slater R Ludwxczak E Leonardx I. Wfzlcurr D Srnelrzer VC Kaforey Row Three Nliymn XV Arrmem E Nlxller W Kuhn I Debiy R Dinlco A Papurello R Pryor XX Nlurln D Snyder 31 : . . , . , . , . , . . , . , , 1 1 . . . ' , . , A . ..., J, . Row One: B. Bmley, S. Slusar, E. Ferrlch, P. Egbelslcy, V. D1Cnrol1s, R. Allure. F, Dunn . ' , . 1 , . . . 7. . ' : .Nr '. . , 1 . . . . Y, , .. . , . . . , Y , I f' ,lf 615335 P 95.2 SP XA 4- 4.3, . Rrw Row 0 Row DM 0-114-1 X!.A.A.1Cf -. FRESHMEN ROOM 101 V On A Hudeck D Brzak L Zxeman A Shpakoff P Rayburq Nllllcr Kllfn1ShkO A Gllldi C Svmnderskl D Sartorx Two D Qilviy H Bowser F Hrosko XV ohwson A DePrmz1o I B Plyler D Hendricks R Speer B Konchos Three Kowillk D Solar W Nhssaro T Yobp D VII1ROXlCh D Boyer A Bcittm D Pogolesckx ROOM 207 V One D Nlonrcmurro A Ilovd N1 Hope G Cecchettx P Clirk H Nlero S Corey Iochrnr Nl qhpikoff C Bruncsik P 1 I Dr-Sum B Hooxcr XV Stewirt urn B Burlqr S 'lrqlmre rolcaw urn ss 1 rm C xr I5 XV1 nr X Dcfbin Cl ASS OFFICERS AND -XDVISERS lrmxdcm P lip R13 wury, L rl5l IIY CS PIHII1 S1 rfmry P Tre 'lsurcr Adx :urs D1VlCl Sol1r Nlxss Peggy A111 H111 Nlr -Xlnx Tlnnls f : I X99 ' AA' R JCVW1-L"6-H. - 1 s XX ! J dl .1 lf A Of f" C 1 'fr U , .G X ' ,I 4+ . ,' J I , Q , ff fri, . P I A . x V f P WDP t,X ' Hx 1' ne: ,. - Y, . V , . ' b . . , . . ,jd 1 . F ' 5: Qu X W N NI ' : I . .A 'K , . ' . . . v. J . , . ' ' , .. . f , . - REX , - H H X x .X ' : . , . - . . -, . , . .. '. . 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Jug 'rbL.. ,F 5 FRESHMEN jx f if KT' Glass of 952 gf 1 J QL ROOM 201 V Sf-,gums A Fqlsetu My Row Two M Wardoclxp R Podolskl R Aftanas S Condrxck D Orrxs W Clark R INov1k R Knox Cooper R Fxshpaw V Verrcmmo ROOM 206 V Row One Fllnn Klley A Sarne N Provenzo G Guido A Thom1s L Kuhn R Dorbrnrz E DeFl1ces H Nhglxocco G Stepano Row Two V T1lIar1co D Rusnock A Fergusgn N1 Runco L Pelnlskn C Bertom S Pugh-:ro N Petrone G Rlch ow Three 'VIcArdle L Gmncoh R Pasterrnk D Berkey A Txrclel L Crnaro R Ullzlo A EFYICO L Martxn 31 ,Z r f -I! ,. ,f f .L Z ff '?db .Y -? , , g X 3- X I , X xii 4 X w - l 'Xu j-I L 4' F 1 ll J ' I - v Q I A f ' X 1 jvvak QL - ' ,4 , fjf-,A :Jr 4 l!1.f j !,,,w' J , ,,,,f 1,7-' ' ' ,,4,1-- X . fXf' . , 11.1 rzff ,,,,-1' D Y ' A. ' ' 1 s QAIX A ' A KJ ow One: Lerner. L, N1cG1vcrn, E. Sarniak, L. Lxpur. Nlydock, D. Zalcwskx. C. Gans, ix X' : . ' . , f . . . '. , . . , . , . x' x , . 0 , . 1 , . . . X K4 J ity If . 1 , . Q , . , . , , . 4 . . . - X X , . 1 , . , . , ' V R ' : . 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A' W-mf'-" ,f . 5??1f'f?3 5 d -sw ' ' 4 Q -H+ --' f- - ' A A ' 7- ' RA 'xii-'X 41 ', ' x i gfudenf Gounci Seated C Mazza C Castorma Mr L F McGuire Mr H D Berlcey B Scherer M Francart Standing Valentl R Bramnm R Kardxbm R Nlartmo N Goldberg S Birch C Chom yak L Predebon The asm of the Student Councll IS to teach students the power of self gov ernment Representatives selected from each home room make up the councll The officers for the group are chosen by these representatives The Student Councll, whx h Last cond year has made much progress p aymg the foundatlon for years to come spent most of lts txme drawmg up a strong constltutxon Thxs year settmg up a system for electmg all school offlcers was one of the many actlvltles made possxble for the students through the Councll The dances held on Frxday mghts following home basket ball games and two mass pep ralhes were Councll sponsored The Student Council has grown to be the volce of the stu ever use thls volce wlsely dents May they Presldent Robert Martino Vice Presldent Secretary Trea Nelson Goldberg surer C Advlsers atherme Chomyak Mr H D Berkey Mr L F McGuire 46 Q, ,, : . ., . ' , . . . ', . . . , . , . , . . ' 'c is now in its se , . year the grou , l ' ' , ,national Hanoi ociefxl Row One F Guerclon C Chomyalc T Provenzo Dumot H Young P Ponsart M Zimmerman Scherer E Cepull Fnlcnlc R Stewart DEvad1o Row Two F Meco S Bxrch T Fuge Cn May 14 1977 the National Honor Soclety was established ln the Arnold I-hgh School Leadersh1p servlce character and scholarshlp are factors whxch determm the electxon ot a member mto this organization An appointed commxttee of teachers selects these members from the eleventh an twelfth grades There may be 15 per cent of ch Senior Class and 5 per cent of the unlor Class chosen each year Wl1en on becomes a member he IS en txtled to ws ear the standard pm adopted by the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools This group IS composed of seventeen members Eleven semors and two JUDIOFS were added this year To date the membership numbers one hundred twenty h ndred three boys hve girls and one u 41 l l r ' v , i S l 1 1 ' l G : . ' e, . , . , , . , . , P. Ryder, . ' : . , D. Singleton, B. , . ., ' ' , . , ' ' , d . e ' ' J ' e . e , ' - fzoaclcastefz Fhls xndustrxous jOUl'IlHllSH1 class worked hard all year pubhshlng IIIAIIIV hne tdltlons of our school newspaper The Broadcaster Following the command t the world of lournallsm Get the story The Broadcaster reporters sturrled 'about to report 111 events of lnterest to the students of Arnold l-llgh School Under tht 1 e gtudln e of xt 1 vtser Xllss Bushne The Broadcaster still ucomplnsme lts 'um to :nf :rm tht stu ents of the acttxltxes of our school faculty an ttllr w students STAFF fdxtor ohn D Evadu News Nelson Goldberg Society Patrlcla Ponsart Exchange Betty Matlsko Feature Emma Capparelh Sports ultus Fllcxlc 'Vhmeographer Sh1rley Daylxda Assistant Nllmeographer Loretta Hazelett Speed Qscopxst Albert Ceruttl Assembly Patrlcla Ryder Distribution Clara SWIIIUCCI Layout Dorothy Czemerda Art ane Dumot Advertising Thelma Fuge TVplbIS Glorta Monzl Doris Singleton Dora POSHII Dolores Grogno Martha Z1IHIUBI'I11'1I1 Reporters Geraldine Cebula Steve Karrs Ger trucle Ioehner Marv Ioulse Sasln Glorn Sclblln Adviser Mxss Virginia A Bushnell M-nuns-annum 953952 l L. 1 L fwljw any 52700-f f ow One G lothntr P vder -X Cerutu clls N ml try., D X111 P Pons G Le-hula uw Tx 1 lttxn-nn cn 111 'iXl 1 lI'Lg.,Lto!1 ugt 'N s o Siskw L Haze-lett N1 R Braglmo Row Thrt X Thomas G Nlonzx C Santuccl D Groysno Nl Zlmmcrman D Czemtrdx E Capparelll D Posatx X8 tbl rf- ' side. .. , ,F 11. 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B .lat1,lc.lNl L 7 Qfzli 221 M Mxller S Dayllda P Ponsart M Zxm Stated S Hustalk T Proxenzo A Gu merman C Ross C Chomyak Standmg l Pxtzpltrxck T Fuge C Argcnto S Burch R Cnpolli H Mooney F Meco H L P l Thomas C Dtl uc1 oze The Arluon now III nts fourth year of publlcatlon has grown blgger and h dent body now realizes the important part the better with each xssue T e stu h l act1v1t1es Without the students yearbook plays ln recordmg each years sc oo h ubllcatlon could not have been a realization We enthusxasm and support t ts p s eclal recognltlon to Mr Pallone for hls consxstent guldance and supervlslon d wxthout uhxch the Ar lon cou STAFF Editor Henry Mooney Assoclate Editors ld Th as r Sarah Blrch Shirley Dayllda Haro om Patrlcla Ponsart Catherme Chomyalc Douglas Davxs Busmess Managers Robert Cxpolla Carmen Argento Lee FlIZP3tI'1Ck ' TYPIS s "',l Thelma Fuge Martlca ZlIT1lT16I'lT1'lI1 Mary Jane Mul er Art ane Dumot Theresa Provenzo Lllllan Pozel Flora Meco Catherine Delsuca Photography ulxus Fllcxlc Albert Ceruttl Sports Ul'1lOI'b Constance Ross Anna uzz Sldney Hustak M oseph Pallone G 1 Walter Rusalc Sophomores ,J Adviser HENRY MOONEY 49 C K 'M fu 5 . 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I g 1 R .V I 'z esffz .--nl, fU7X The Arnold High School Orchestra although small m numb r IS an mclls pensable part of our muslc program We look forward to their concerts ancl cer tamly assembly entertamments and class plays would be only half so enjoyable without them The fifteen muslclans malcmg up the Orchestra gather daily for rehearsal m our beautlfully modern muslc room Both clas xcal and modern ITIUSIC xs studxecl The Orchestra s very capable dlrector, Mr oseph B Farmelll hopes to enlarge thls orgamzatlon to the polnt where It wlll take 1ts place as one of the outstandmg groups of ITIUSICIHHS nn the valley 3 in A Row One C Lepusay XV Sikal P Guzzn M Lam ndola D MSFSICO A Glancola Row Two F Marsnco E Kxmber D Boyer H Maqlnocco V Verteramo R Flcca I. Galll Rov, Three T Verteramo A Crxvaro L Crxvaro C Llgoon 57 E T, Q '. K ' ,f v. 5 Q OJ ' . A ' ' , - . ,,,, WN, , .. ,..,. ,,,,,..,.4? 's 4 l 4 s I c, y , Y ' I V ' .Q ' ' V - - I , - f , ' , - V is y - 1 - Q - A Gift Row One L Predebon L Mlsko D Brtolmo L Bertonl P Cappcne M E Tallarxco E Trimble C1 Antonuccl N M1llCk E Sl1ter L Marsllxo A Glbbs S Adams D Slxwlu Mcston R Martm Row Two V PIUTIH1 A Kmson S Hust1k T Pugllese M Epstexn F Meco C Ewmg L lhyburg, Row Three F Dunn D Vrudney N Green D Sgrmxa E Key W Kuhn A Bowser H Egelslcy Champa ny Provenzo W Johnson R Smxth C Argento R Welsh The A Cappella Cholr undel the supervlslon of Mr oseph B Farmelll was comprised of sophomores JUYIIOYS and a few seniors The members totalmg 47 were chosen bv tryouts Each day PYBCIICC WHS dllflflg the last hour One of the projects of the Choir was the Theater Party at the Dattola Theater During the Christmas Season the Choir was busy carollng smglng for dxf ferent organizations and malclng a broadcast over WKPA from the school audl torlum The Cholr also presented the student body with a dellghtful Christmas Program In May the Cholr and Band teamed up to present an enjoyable Sprmg Concert The social life of the Choxr COl'lSlSt8d of an enjoyable party provided by th proceeds of carolmg OFFICERS Presldent Frank Dunn Vice Presldent oseph Champamy Secretary Rachel Martin Treasurer Donald Sgrmla Director Mr Joseph B Farmelln JOSEPH B FARINELLI Dxrector GL ' L. Santucci, P, lkress. Pl. Healey, P. lHlfosleo, I. Baginsl-ti, Gaxjbinslci, B. ,Ha-en. Y I K Y : , , . , '. . . ", . , . , . , . ,j. i ,J. , . , . ', . , . . . . J . s Q , tx v eniofz Glass play LL KI S 1 srxc,E CREW' my L v I1 up C Bamnr Y' Guercxone LAST QL lftd I3 Qxngh n R Nl Stuwrt E Nlonteleone C Arg nto L G1Il1 R F1rmc1L1 P Ions 1 Smndxng N Nod L Xlxnlw R C1polI'1 Guido V1e1tx ' 4 iQ ,- I s G nf 9 golze Searvlr F. NI-cn. I7, fox -lf. f . '. . Smndmg: NI. Zrmmurman. A Powvll. R. Hanvo, S. Dnyllda. L, Frnmngufn. D. Nh-Iv. . 1. ' : ,. 1 'uv . . ...' , . 9 . . 1 A. . - - . 3 ,nr f. ' :',.'1, , ",... Q.J. ',J. gli.. I , at 1 fl K ,. 1 ll W, I I ' I . -W - . . M- s . l 1 ' 2 1 111-y Am 1 1 Row One C1zma E Saellam C Castorma V A Vtgglanl B J Speranza C Ross D C1cerch1 P Noel I Pozel D Albanese Rm Two M1ss P A Hall DIYCCIFQSS M Hrosko I Bag1nsk1 A Beck r R Scanga B Scherer A Bowser I Kommko R Meanor I Earmeau M ackson R Flcmm L!.l4lO'L G GSS I li FOR PETES SAKE PeteI'S eXaSpeI'ated aunt In an effOI't tO dlSClpI1nC hlln starts on a summer tOL1I' of paleStlne Wltl1Out I1lI'n Peter then rents her !nanSlOn agalnSt her eXpl'ebS COn'1n'land t0 her deaI'eSt enemy the mother of hls lady love and then masquerades as her butler Meanwhlle he has d1sgu1sed h1s pal B1ll as the gardener and Muggsy who 15 supposed to be h1s summer tutor as the housemald All th1s madcap schemmg not only provldes Peter and B1ll w1th ready cash but enables them to dISCOVeI' whether thelf I'eSpeCtlVe loves are fllftlng Wlth Older and Wealthlel' SultOI'S Every thxng 15 gO1ng flne when Aunt Sarah suddenly C1CCIdeS tO come home It IS a laugh l'1lt tI'aVellng at THE CAST MISS Sarah Pepperdlne Peters Aunt Patr1c1a Noel asmlne ackson Aunt Sarah s darky cook Connxe Castorlna C1cero Murglethorpe The Dean of Elwood College Bernard Scherer Peter Pepperd1ne A young colleglan Bob Scanga Bill Bradshaw Peters pal ohn Kommko Thorn dyke Murglethorpe fMuggsyj a college gr1nd Alv1n Bowser Mrs Georgxana Clarkston a SOClal cl1mber Dor1s C1cerch1 Nadlne Clarkston Peters sweetheart Conn1e Ross Peggy Clarkston Bllls sweetheart Betty ane Speranza Malv1na Potts Muggsys goddess VIVI Ann V1gg1an1 ohn Bolwer a wealthy banker Bob Meanor Dupont Darby The poet of Elwood College Andrew Becker Prompters oan Cxzma Margaret I-Iros ko Make up AYIISIS I,1ll1an Pozel Ruth Elemm Irene Bagmskl Margaret ackson Property Managers Ela1ne Saellam LaRue Earlneau Dorothy Albanese Sound Effects B111 Sgr1n1a ohn Adams Stage Managers Walter Rusak Francls Roperu DIFCCIYCSS Muss Peggy Ann Ha , . , . , . . , . . , . , . , . , ,. 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Rum Row UVIJUZ GMIJUZ 0 GGWIVVIUZCZ SENIOR MEMBERS One Nl R1yburg, N1 Fchon D Grogno C Cbuli P Po11s1r1 I H1 rl ll H St 1111 tr Fr'1 1n5Eel1 f' omser D P onuk F1r111c1u I 1 no ID 1 111 :rsh IN 5 1 uy. 1y1 1 Lp111c 111 ll Nhller L Nlontcleonc P B rtolmo Gudm NI Hc11dr1 I-15 B Ch1p1l1111 Thru D IJ0S'll'l G Nlonu E essnr Nl f1111mLr111111 D S1113,lLro11 I Fu gr I l'1rzp1rr1cL R Dunmore R nnlcy R Nl IEITIIYO N1 IJFLYTTIIII D IDISII JUNIOR MEMBERS meme-yer F Sl1ter N F1tzgcr1ld D Qllwki Two L 'mosky M Combi N1 Hrosko 'VI S'lSk1 D KTFSUIX IN Yolwp IN Brown D Nolf D Albmuse Evwng Z A Cowan L NIIFSIIIO r C ILIT11 '1 1nsk1 1 '1squ1IE 1rl11nsk1 -X rga11z1u r 1 L1rt I 510111111 C C1stor1n1 I F1r111e1u A K'1lf1 C XYILILI' OFFICERS AND ADVIQERS Pru1de111 111 Lt Nlunu 40111 Xlft Prnvdent ge-crcmrv o1n G'1rl1111ak1 S'1r1f1 B1rCl1 Tre isurgr Xdx ISL rs 411111 Guzu MISS Stclli Pringoulxs N'I1ss Ruth C CFIELWS 56 : '. 1 1. 1 . Q , . 1 , 1. s . , . .. . . ..t 1' . .A 1- 1- I.. . 1. 1 . .. B . . 1 - , R. . -. , D. IDI! 1 R 'T' : .Sw 01' ', 1. L. Sa k.. T. F 'R S. D. Id.. S. R' ,S B 'h. E. UI 111 Nfl. 1. 1. - -, . 9 1 4, . - Q", . I 4 - . R ' '11 . . . . .T 1, .2 - . , ..' 1' . .. :hm . ' 1 ', . . Q . , . '. . . . . ' 5 4. . 1 .. Row One: D. 51611120111 B. Speranza, H. Corey. C. Rcss. A. GUZZI, G. Y.1111111711. J. T111 Th Q 2 C" 1 . I. B.g' V, I. D'P.' . 1, Ga . . . DQ-X j- ' . Nl. F111 - EI '4 lw- I1 1 -1- - SENIOR Y TEENS Rota O10 I H11 lctt P Ponsart NI Pc on tssur 1 ur Guxdo tmstr unutt C 1 F Nic Rom M IDLII-IIIICITK R Qtlllrf E In L lm., eton lVI1t1s o I'1h1r D C1cr'mrd1 Nl fxmmcrman D S lncltrslcl C Schenk Rom no R Hwnyu P H01 cy S H1e C QWHIUCCI JUNIOR Y TEENS ow O1 D Sllwlvl D lVl'1n2cll1 E Sater 1zm1 o In er oss Spermza P Troutnnn Reed Corey Rom Two IN Fltzzerald R Flemm Ewing A V1gg11n1INl uclcson D Albanese M Comh1 ou In ree D Potocnalk R Nllcheau E Sa Ham D Gans D Ntlf C Castorma D K'1rson Gwhlnslcx I Bwglnslcl SOPHOMORE Y TEENS Row O1 I Nlslco XV Pogolcsclcl B Be1u lleu D Best K lly D Pacha R L1c1t1 P Cwppone I. Bcrtonl S Adams Rom Two S NICCTSRQY NI E Tallarlco F atc L Es er C DeLuc1 S Petit Epstein Paglmro Baker I Davis Row Thu 'I' Puglxese L S1ntucc1 S Hus tak V I:1or1n1 28145 The Y Teens was reorganlzed thls year early ID anuarv alter a years absence from our school All glrls ln grades 10 11 and 1 were muted to join Fo Its first project the Y Teens chose to canvas the Clty of Arnold during the annual Infantxle Paralysis Drxve I-veryone pulled together tor the success of rhts orgamzatlon OFFICERS AND ADVISERS PI' ldenf Elxzabeth Nlonteleone Xfire Presxdent Clara Sqntuqcl Secretary Concetta Castorma TYCWSUYLF .Ioan Garbmslcl AdYlbC'l' A4155 lwargaret K MOFFISOH ' 1 : ,. xr. . . .. . . I h El E T-,f -. M, R1 ,-11 g, J. ' , c . B . H S - r - . G. .s'l1ul., . 1- o ' T 'fu R. -. . .. 1 . f Mr r-IQ-unc. D. S 'I . IS. . 'lc , I, ,W X ,U Is. X in ' Th N : . . ' , . .l- . . .j I ' R ' IV: . "Q, . z 1 . . I , J. C' 1, B. B ll' g- , C. R . B. j , 4 . . , E, , H ' ' 3 ', ' k . , . , ' I.. Farnneau. N. Yobp, Tinnemeyer, V 'M I 4 ', .J. , , , R ' h ': . . -. . ' , k ' fc: . ..,. ', , . ll' . . . c . . . I. . '. . I ri Is.: , , 5 , . 1, . ', Nl f 2 . Q . 7 2 V . V. . . . cs' P enn LUOO Tuesday May 25 1948 Hold on brother Whit rides next? Tired out Oh' for 1 ride m 111 Hmmmm th1t cotton c-mdy Let 5 get gomg alrplane the lagoon Tune out to pose must be g00d Den t our teuchera look Enjoymg the snghrs wh1rp" 58 f c x, a Q., 9 Y Bird's-eye view U C V V: I' ,I.CilCl1l3I'b have form too. x..""' WW Lim W umcfi ana emvi 'zom May 14 1948 Pdgewood Countrw Club Ani the bind plivnd on Tlmc out Lunch 18 berxed Filing out Pxerybodvs hungrv gtxll gomg strong Resting 59 ia U . 1 -4 'Wm I A 1 f ,-IA, . ' ' A, 5.4.1 ,v, I 4 Wx . 4 1 4g 5 3 f N . v if r , ll A -1 9 . L A V Q . ,V L 'Z ' . i ,1 f ' I ' M TS A-gf . i K V 'N . 1 4 x x W1 . .47 ' Q ' P Yighff ?z9Lf!! 7z9Lf!!! QI y S cr1nz'1 G CPIHUIH P H 1Icw Fl Pig t IIUIIS I-Ighr Fxglt Ixons Fight Smish gm Bust em Thit s our tustom Fight I Ions Fight eez eabezs 6k Rcnr I :mm X ICIOVX f FI Q5 nr I IOIIS X uturx I . B. p . . , . - .. , Pt V. Fio na. ,. h 4 S -. I I f g ' Roar I.ion5 XIICIUTX . - f v.I. 5. 1 -RYY I ., ,, K .. R4 K 1 K - N , I 1' lCjL,lS Efooflz' gs Row One D Vrudny R Kardxbm A Fleeger F Dunn A DePetro V DxCarol1s Brokaw R Camel D Wagner Row Two E Ka' uk Mgr L Abel F Ropertn N Green Resh F Becker L Abel W Sacrlponte Provenzo Mr N A Ventur1 Equip Mgr Row Three Mr A Tannas Head Coach Mr R Stuart Tramer T Powers M Martmo Champalry V Clark K Tekely P Paredes Valentl Mgr Mr O Phlllrps Ass1st1nt Ccach Row Four Moses H Egelsky G Shlpley A Scherf A Ceruttl E Sgrmla C Mazza D Orrns 'football ARNOLD 19 LEECHBURG 12 Starting the season like a ball of fire the ln exper1enced Lions overpowered a strong Leech burg team The end of the fxrst quarter found no score The mounting tenseness was broken ln the second quarter when Arnolds co Captains teamed up for a score wlth Jack Moses acceptmg a pass from rlfle arm Cup Mazza After the rampaglng Lions had scored two more touch downs Leechburg put on a spirited but futxle attempt to beat them ALEX TANNAS Football Coach ARNOLD 19 WEST DEER 18 A late rally by the never say die Lions pulled the game out of the fire and kept Arnold ln the unbeaten bracket TWICE Arnold had to come from behmd once m the second quarter on a short pass play and then again when Mazza scored the wxnnmg touchdown on an exghteen yard spread formatxon play ARNOLD 27 SAINT GEORGE 18 Arnold s strmg was extended to three straight vlctorles by defeating St George 2718 before an enthuslastnc crowd of 3000 fans at A olds Leslxe Memorlal Stadxum Although not a league encounter xt p ov1ded some thrxllmg football for the L1on followers Cup Mazza l1v1ng up to pre season expe tatnons scored 21 pomts on three touchdowns and three extra points Moses added a touchdown ARNOLD 7 TARENTUM 25 The hard charglng Arnold L1ons met thelr flrst defeat at the hands of their arch rxvals Tarentum Tht underdog L1ons fought gamely but futllely to break that Ole Tarentum mx Arnold s lone tally came early m the fourth pe rlod when Carl Mazza plunged over from the one yard l1ne Wlth Paredes holdlng Mazza also added the extra pomt 1 l I . ,- ,- ,- , v , A ,.l- ,V , - I . . :4 .Q , .g. ,. , . ,-I. , . , . , . ,J. , . . . 1, . . 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' 1 62 ARNOLD 20 MARS 6 A splrxted Arnold team garnered nts fourth vlctory of the year by defeating a desperate Mars aggregatlon It was the Tannas men all the way wlth every member of the squad se mg action ack Moses raking advantage of the large gap mg holes opened by the lme accounted for two of the touchdowns VIC Clark capxtallzed on a fumble and scored the third and fmal touch down Both Mazza and Clark added an extra pomt ARNOLD 6 SPRINGDALE 12 An underestlmated Sprmgdale eleven d alt Arnold Hxgh s fzghtlng grldmen thelr second de feat of the year A br1ll1ant 74 yard jaunt by Jack Moses was of no avaxl Although ch Lnons never gave up the 6 pomt edge held by Sprlncr dale was too much Nelther team was able to make good on the extra pomt attempts ARNOLD 12 GLASSPORT 20 Battlmg a tough class A contend r untll the fmal whistle he Arnold LIODS dlsplayed the power and ab1l1ty they were thought to have The rugged Arnold lme exhlblted nts concealed strength by opening large holes ln the stubborn Glassport front lme Although the Lions lost few breaks had been thelrs Od, flaw ARNOLD 18 FORD CITY 0 After suffering two straight defeats the de termmed Arnold Lnons retalxated and soundly drubbed the Cvlassers The combmed efforts of a rugged llne and a flashy backfleld proved to be too potent for the mvadmg Purple and Gold Scorxng honors were evenly dxvxded Moses Clark and Mazza each crossed the chalk lme once ARNOLD 3 SHALER 0 Carl Mazza emerged the hero of a thrxlhng hard fought contest by expertly klcklng a 35 yard freld goal m the wanlng seconds of the game Once again the l1ne showed nts hldden strength by holding a tough Shaler outfxt score less The story book ending cllmaxed a success ful season on the home gridiron ARNOLD 0 FREEPORT 7 A heart breaking defeat by an undefeated Freeport eleven rang down the curtam on the 48 season The undaunted Lxons fought val lantly but were unable to overpower the Free port contmgent An Arnold touchdown drive whlch might have tled the game falled on the enemys 7 yard lm A resume of the seasons wms and 4 losses rd..JJ 'L1' Q' un Cf! Hcgln S7 lnool Tooflvall Team Row One L DeFel1ces C Short R Wagner P Rayburg E Sarnxak R Getz W Massaro R Speer Row Two R Porchxa Mgr A Errnco R Gamble F Moses H Bowser P Torchxa R Horn R Smxth R Terhnskl Mgr Row Three R Dorbrxtz Mgr Mr M Peretu Coach -I Daher L Marsxlno -I Clark A Beat tue L Kress R Shaheen Mr R M Terlmskx Coach S Castorlna Mgr , . . 6. . . Y Q V - s 1 ' ' 1 i 1 D . , . . . . - . ' . e ' 1 , , ' , .i . at . 1 . . . E . . . . , 7 . . , I . 1 ' Y . . . . , . . . , . 9 , the game, they might have had a victory if encounters showed a successful record of 6 ' ,CF V' ' t , , . I, ' pw I I , V ' U TCT If 41' I, ,- . ln fy x 4 ty, ff : . ' , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , 1 . ' , -: - ' , . , - , . , - ' , - , . , . ' , . ' n ' V : . , .g . . E, A 9 , , .n , . , . - H . , - , - - V , L - , - 65 Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold 'iiooflvall gummaixi Won 6 Lost 4 Leechburg West Deer Saint George Tarentum Mars Springdale Glassport Ford City Shaler Freeport Top Baclcfleld Moses V Clark P Paredes C 'Vlazza Center Tackles T Powers H Egelslcy Ends K Telcely J Provenzo Bottom Guard A Cerutu Center G Shnpley Guard M Marrmo i : -, . ', . , ,. . - z . , . , . . , . - 2 - 2 , A 1 , A mol? Eleven in Gallon... Final play of the game a field goal by Nlazza defeats Shaler 3 O flarlx guna W'lK'd'lbE Bloc tlnt Luck 65 . . Y g , ' YY XVl'1at'5 happenmg? lxlazza scores again . - , , 1, .' .v 4 k V 1 K . rx L . ...jfooflvall G m ff 'GIS' "gre rl ll wg . Cmnpf Clair Creek P1 fnef 'li '- Q-C111 w. First iid. L Llr able Concv.. Time out for chow. Iractbe umalzcs perfect. Arounrl that emi 66 gaslzeflmll Row One A Ceruttr P Parc-des L Holnzna E Sarnxak R Scanga R Knox R Camel Row Two Valcntx Managtr Mr R Nl TtTllI1SlCl Assistant Coach Nloses A Scherf l Proven7o 'Vlanager R Schwetz Fnlcrk V Clark Mr L F McGu1re Head Coach Cooper Manager ARNOLD 28 HOMESTEAD 47 The hard flvntlng Arnold cagers were unable to outscore their rlvals from Homestead and thus found themselves on the short end of a 47 to 78 score The Llons battled vallantly but were un able to overcome the large lead piled up by the Steelers ules Fllclk and ack Moses led the Arnold cagers mth ll and IO POIDIS respectively ARNOLD 39 JEANNETTE 45 SII'lVll"lg to break lnto the wm column the attempt to oust a strong eannette combme Late ln the fourth Quarter the IIODS succeeded in tying the game but a sudden barrage of field Goals by eannette a ured their victory ARNOID 37 MUNHALL 50 The Lxons lost their thlrd start at Munhall who e basketball floor resembles a cut out gym from the back of a Wheatxes cereal box Unable to steady themselves the mexperxenced Llons gave away no less th n nme held goals on bad passes Moses proved to be the Llons scorlng punch add mg 7 held goals and 1 foul shot to the Arnold score ARNOLD 50 WILKINSBURG 28 Arnold s farst xxctory came at the hands of a taxored XVlllxII15lWUfg quxntet Spectacular foul shootlng aided Arnolds cause considerably tor the victorious lions made good on 77 occaslons out of 79 attempts Moses Fxlclk and Clark led the Lions ARNOLD 53 SWISSVALE 48 Steadxly Imp ovlng the Arnold Llons account ed for their econd victory of the season by defeating a hx hly touted Swlssvale I-lxgh team The Llons showed the form which they were thought to possess by easlly defeating a strong Smrssvale fave ules FllClk paced the Lion at tack with 17 points ARNOLD 42 SCOTT 35 Contmumg xhelr wmnlng streak the Arnold Lions rolled over Scott Hrgh School Trallmg at the quarter by a score of 16 to 4 the Llons came back strong to take a vlctory at the cost f Scott Hlgh ules Fllclk who garnered 70 pomts led the hlgh rldlng Lions L F MCGUIRE Basketball Coach : . - , , . ', . " . , 7. t t I, 4 . ., . , . . , : . , . . a 1 , . . E - . . . 1 A , . , V, . , A t t 5 . , , . , . , , , 1 t 1 J. , . . . ' A ' 7 I V' A T . 7 . . A 7 . ' s .. - ' 'g ' ' . 4 I' l V ' ' , ' . . . 4 , 1 , aspxring Arnold Lxons made an earnest, but futile, ' ' - ' ' A . ' - 4 7 ' o , 1 . ' ' D . I J . , y Y 1 h . , J 5 55 , . . . . . ' 5 " , 4 f' mf . g, T . 79 A 7 V 'N Q . , . 7 . K 7 Y 7 'I 7 - K t ' ' V- r ', 7 - r , D, 4 I , 'T .. a efa .. ARNOLD 38 SPRINGDALE 36 Travelmg to Sprlngdale the Llons contmued thenr welcomed wlnmng streak by edglng out the Power Cxty five by a close score of 38 to 36 Paul Paredes added the declsxve fleld goal wnth only a few se onds remalnlng ARNOLD 39 KITTANNING 44 The Llon cagers after enjoymg their longe t wmnmg streak lost thexr first league encounter to an underestlmated K1ttannmg qumtet Flghtmg gamely all the way the Arnold team faltered ln the last quarter ARNOLD 24-HAR BRACK 26 Arnold lost a heart breaker to the Har Brack Tlgers After coming from behmd to pull p even wlth then' opponents a last second fleld goal proved to be the margm for defeat Moses wxth 10 pomts set the pace for the losmg team ARNOLD 31 BUTLER 42 Arnold Hngh s undaunted Llons suffered thelr thlrd straight league defeat at the hands of a superior Butler aggregatnon Wlth thls defeat Arnolds chances of coppxng the sectlon tltle wxlted ARNOLD 34-FORD CITY 55 Compllmg the hlghest pomt total scored agamst Arnold thus far Ford Cnty retamed their super 1or1ty over Arnold teams by defeatmg the Llon cagers by a score of '55 to 34 Bobby Camel was the hugh man for Arnold with 9 pomts ARNOLD 37 KEN HI 67 Unable to steady themselves the Arnold Llons bowed to the uperlor Red Raxders from New Kensmgton before a jammed gymnaslum of 1800 wxldly cheermg fans Thxs game ended Arnolds three year supremacy over thelr lower cnty rlvals ARNOLD 45 VANDERGRIFT 52 The scrappmg Arnold Lions almost annexed thexr first section vxctory That fatal thlrd quar ter agam proved dlsastrous for the Llon players VIC Clark wxth 16 pomts supplled most of Ar nolds scormg punch ARNOLD 42 ALIQUIPPA 56 Playmg host to supposedly the best team m Western Pennsylvanxa meant not a th1ng to the mspxred Lxons and as a result they threw quxte a scare lntO the Allqulppa team Moses and Fllcxk led the Arnold contmgent ARNOLD 32 KITTANNING 55 The 1naugu ation of the second half of the league schedule proved no better than the flrst half I-hgh man for the home team was ules Fllclk who had 5 field goals and 7 foul shots to hrs cred1t for a total of 17 pomts ARNOLD 25 HAR BRACK 42 Arnold Highs desperate qulntet battled the Tngers on even terms durmg the flrst half but fal tered ln the late stages of the game 'Ihus the Llons handed Har Brack their second vlctorlous game ARNOLD 42 BUTLER 35 By defeatlng Butler on Butler s own floor the Lxons performed the l!11pOSSlbl8 Tlus marked the flrst t1me m three years that the Golden Tornado WSIB the 5COI'CI'S fOr the VlCtOI'l0L1S I..1On quintet ARNOLD 35 FORD CITY 39 Arnolds underdog Lions almost pulled thelr second upset of the season After leading a sup posedly much better Ford City team through three quarters of play the Lions crumbled 1n the last stanra to gxve Ford Cnty a vlctory Camel and Moses paced the Llon attack ARNOLD 47 KEN HI 58 In a thrlll st xdded ball game that found Ar nold almost pullnng the upset of the season the LIODS again wxlted ln the latter moments to fall behind Rlchard Knox ules Fllclk and Bobby Camel scored most of the pomts ARNOLD 38 VANDERGRIFT 46 Wlth flve seniors writing fmls to thexr scholas tlc careers the Arnold High Lions bowed to a towermg Blue and White clan from Vandergrlft ules Fxlcnk and Bobby Camel were hlgh scorers m the season fmale . . K sk lv ll . . 1, . . . . - A I I I. ' J . I . - - u l g U , . D , l .' A l. . ' had lost a home game. Moses, Filcik, and Camel . T I . ' ' ' ' I ' L 1 J V I x 68 1949 S2 uhus ules lHxlc1L Senior Form 1rd Richard Rich lxnox qophom ure I orw1r Robert Bob Scanga umor Guard ack Moose Moses Semor Guard Paul Paredes Russell Sweats Schwetz Semor Center Victor Zeke Chrk umor Center Edward Eddie Sarnxak umor Guard Leonard Hollzna unlor Guard Albert Al Ceruttl Semor Center Robert Bobby Camel un1or Forward Arthur Art Scherf unlor Forward V J - HJ ,. 4. ., . V, 4 ,. , , ., t 7 . d H N -I A - J U H Senior Forward If ,V . .. -. J A - ff - H A J , J . .. ,. J R Y J R Y Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold Arnold 28 Homestead 39 Jeannette 37 Nlunliall 50 Xvillcinslaurg 53 Swissvale 42 Scott 38 Springdale 39 ' 9 Kittanning 24 xl-Ia: Braclc 31 :5:Butler 665014 Record 1948-49 47 Arnold 34 Ilford City 45 Arnold 37 bkNew Kensington 50 Arnold 45 XVandergrift Aliquippa 48 Arnold 32 Iilfittanning 35 Arnold 25 'kI'Iar Braclt 36 Arnold 42 gButler 44 Arnold 35 XF-Ord City 26 Arnold 47 3'5New Kensington 42 Arnold 38 Ixfandergrift Z8 Arnold 42 II.eague Games Won-5 Lost-15 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL first Rox B Butler I Giancol1 P Riyburg Dalit L DeFel1ces D Berl-:ey S lxfliglic ri Qtcond Rom Nlr R M Terlinslci Assistant Coach D Pogolesclci F 'Vloses A Bewttu A Frrico M-magcr T Sislm D Wagner Mr L F McGuire Coach JUNIOR VARSITY sr Shaw Brokaw. A D Petro R Slater E 'VI1 er Sccond Rm Nlr R M Terlinski Assistant Co1ch W Kuhn -I Cooper M1n15:er Cham puny N L1ncy Mr L F NIcGu1re Coach i l ' , v: . . -. ' ., . . , . lr. . , . ', . . , , . . 1 I . , . . . , . . 1 , . I 1 . I I. . . , . . . ' . . . Fir. Row: I '. 1 '. .. e , . I . .. 'Il . x 'Z . . . i I. i C 1 . ' . . . 1 I 4, Y ..l: 9 . . I 7 . cab fions oak Better luck next time Reach for that ball' Under the basket W1 lf go 1 The Sffllllflg Llons Coooh l y W R .ff ,A 4 wx P, ' - 5' K' f. 'E fqxx M Q '2', X.. Q ITS fvwsib i ff 'if g I' W! MSM ,S f U55 Xifs. f 'Nuo-v--g ' N' X6 ggi: V N 5 'rw Y x fn X A ,,,wM,....s, 1-.Ml A ax x fy-"'!v S . K 1 Q, Y V .f K .- ix Q A i :I 'X xx A ?'05jzi ' as K, - 1 ,, . , K' I EE -X w 5,7 4 1 X X ""' Y S .L ,E , up , . 'K gf Q fx "N: ,-'QQUGX' ' -A, N.. Q jg X 'gg NX Os THE ARNOLD LIONS CLUB Dfdz an 11116 Spam If 'llzcc Ubjutzvvs To promote the theory cmd prcrctlce of the Pnncrples of Good Government and Good Cltlzenshlp To take an CICLIVG rnterest 1n the CIVIC Commercrcxl Socrcrl and Moral Welfare of the Communlty S.. .3 F, FW fx '- L, ' . lfoz' TIN l"11rfl1wru111'r of 1,lIf'!I'l' Ifffllrfzffozl I I I , . Congrcxtulaiions to the 1949 Graduating Class MANZELLA FUNERAL SERVICE 1509 F1fth Avenue Arnold Pa onpnfu IIIIUIII mm THE ARNOLD DRUG STORE 1707 FIFTH AVENUE ARNOLD PA Lstabllshed 1898 Free Dehvery Servxce 1 o S fm I GHAYSON O MARINI Reqlstered Phcxrmcxclsts CATERING TO PARTIES and BANQUETS PHONE 9862 FRANK S GRILL PLATE LUNCHES SOUPS and SANDWICHES 1609 Flfth Avenue Arnold P 14 Cf uf' l ' , lf' "1'r'm'r'r"fvf1' IH' Um' ffu' " ffyu R I w ' , Q. WHEN YOU THINK OF INSURANCE THINK OF J OH N W H U NGE R Your Frxend and Ne qhbor PRAHA CAFE FOOD FOOD OF ALL KINDS 1724 06 Frith Avenue Arnold P COMPLIMENTS OF EDDYS MENS WEAR 1111 I 11 1718 Frith Avenue Arnold Pu TlERNEY'S flcannzg, Prcscuzg, Rapazung Let Us Care for All Your Clothes MENS SUITS MADE TO ORDER 1539 Fourth Avenue Phone N K 5376 Arnold Pa Y W I ll tl ' ll l R ll - : ll U 1 1 "NH ' IIIVIH' 7-'H'.l1c'II 11710 fff n" . I, I, ' I 1822 Frith Avenue OPPOSITE Arnold LOMBARDO BROTHERS Clty Hall ami snr fro :Af Htrgumr Barr ,M . 3 Q44 The Most Modern Bottlmg Plant m the D1Sf1'1Cf COMPLIMEN TS OF JOHN FEDAN 8. CO H70 4cc0mmodalc We Please 1712 16 Fifth Avenue Arnold P ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES HARDWARE FURNITURE COMPLIMENTS OF GLENN BUICK COMPANY 710 Frith Avenue New Kensington Pu It n If om 1 111 n CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1949 LONGO'S NEW MARKET H Corner Orchard Avenue Drey Street N Arnold, Pa I 6 2 ' A , nor T M ' ' ' H ,Q A .4 ,,.:. fi' :" 'E ::f1"' ' ' ' , 1-111-1-" 4'-2' 9,4 A 4 2 A' '.-: ::2355559': -1.422593 EQ' m I Lfirurragra 1 fi :ig'ii' ,,,, W , ,gg ,Y ,nf -V '-,gf-Y'-iw 'gi ' fig," 2 Y W r 1 1 13 - ' , a. inf- on , ,ww df- S - W W, if O we 1 S :Z li W 1? ll'l r Rf' wr 1111! ofvffm ,Irv Hull! 13 'VL' Uvfff lfuffff 1716111 fT"':"":i'f'2 or or or A rv E rev er- one E +L THE TOWNE SHOP lflflx for I',-:wry Urrflxloll GREETING CARDS COSTUME IEWELRY 849 Fourth Avenue Phone 21071 New Kensmgton Pa TOM TANNAS CITY CLERK CITY OF ARNOLD Conqrcxtulahon to the 1949 Grcrduahng Class STEVE CIPOLLA COAL 6. GENERAL HAULING Arnold Pa E,'OIIlf7l1'IIIz'llfA' of . S . llx BURRELL CONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY COMPANY Telephone New Kensmgton 2 4 l..0lIlf7!l-Hl:'lIf.N of 'DSI NMI' Kl'lISilIgf!PII - ffl't't'I1iI7llI'j,f - Dmmru 5 I Ig E N T For thv bex! in I LIN lI,RYp1I.N',lIli.X'T n Amold I n I I RR of 7 ---7 ll CIRCLE New Kensxngton Wxlham Serrao General Manager ARNOLD SUPER CLEANERS WE CLEAN CLOTHES CLEANER TUXEDOS FOR RENT Carl Gentlle Frank Peggy Nelson Phone 241 1805 Flfth Avenue Arnold P MEYER 8. JOHNSTON CO AIR CONDITIONING HEATING ROOFING 1901 Kenneth Avenue Phone 28 79 I M ' , a. llama 'Y :V-'MY' Y rn V727 I Y 4 il ' I .s'11f51i1' .111c7'.J1, 11'oR1f.s' lg 1 Q4 JOHNSTON HARDWARE CO Comple e L1ne of Hardware :S Householdware ELECTRICAL 6. PLUMBING SUPPLIES PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS PAINTS 1034 Fifth Avenue New Kensxnqton Pa I POTTER S BAKERY ARNOLD PA CORNER KENNETH AVENUE AND DREY STREET COMPLIMENTS OF ltallan American Educational Society Lodge 119 AFFILIATED WITH THE ITALIAN SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA 81 O for l"1A11v ffflfcm' 1111! l'mlr'1'm fY1'.v1'! 1 o o o I o ON Ill Ilfzllx ROBERT Congratulahons Class of 49 S RUSIEWICZ CELIA ANN SHOP FUNERAL HOME 1727 Frith Avenue Arnold Pc: Phone 3464 Phone N K 2626 Flfth Avenue at Fourteenth Street Arnold Pa AR KEN PLUMBING 81 HOME SUPPLY 1606 Flfth Avenue Arnold Pa oo 111 oo Sma Plumbmg Pcnnt G Hardware Phone 491 bl I lflfln' Sl -' of lf' xl' . 7 rf f-Ji' Af YT' 71, , 7 1, , ' Q, , 'L 'W' ' W3 ' , Y T ' j' i j j ' II ' I: , l 0 ' t ' l l li y , . st j .Yo Job T li" .Xb Jah Y' .' If .f,!.' . ll FEDERAT ON OF GLASS CERAMIC AND SILICA SAND WORKERS OF AMERICA Local No 17 Il IDII , RSI f omplmzcntc Allegheny Valley nclusfrlal Un on Council NEW KENSINGTON PA Marhn s Drug Store The Rexczll Store I I Phone 660 Free Dehvery 1729 FIFTH AVENUE ARNOLD PA Herman F Martm Ernest D Martm 8 o i o . I Pm'.w'r'1'pf1'o11 ljllllflll 1 'fxlr AFTER THE GAME FOLLOW THE CROWD TO JACOBS ICE CREAM PARLOR We mcxlfe our own 1ce cream and IS 1t good" 1701 Flfth Avenue Arnold P CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS GAETANO PILATI FRATERNAL AID CLUB N0 176 OF COLUMBIAN FEDERATION 1435 FIFTH AVENUE ARNOLD PA CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING JOE PROVENZO CUSTOM TAILOR 428 Seventeenth Street Phone 5247 Arnold, Pa til I American Window Glass Company 1899-1949 Fifty C505 Years of Scientiflc Progression DCdlC3t9Cl To the Nlanufacture of Glass Products The Eye 0 .Science Carrxer of Ixght Ol7yl'Klfll!UZlL S An Equally Pro resslve School System Dedicated Through Educatzon and the building 0 character In our CIUZCYIS 0 the uture AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS CO PITTSBURGH PA 85 PP W' ' ' ,Y f - , ,. A K . U . D ,, . .. f . .. f f ,, , . ll 111 Sllllf7Il KELLER ELECTRIC COMPANY Flfth Avenue at Elghth Street Phone 1261 New Kensmgton Pa MEET CROWN WEAR DIAMONDS CROWNS CREDIT JEWELRY 940 Fourth Ave New Kenslnqton Pa SI-IEI-IAB MOTOR SALES INC 421 Freeport St New Kensmgton Pc: M J STEINER The Florist Say It Wxth Flowers We Teleqraph Flowers Iflllflft um 1111 IH 1 7 1 f 847 Frith Avenue Phone N K 701 or N K 3550 New Kenslnqton Pa 88 Ulla .t1'A'1'r'ft' ff f'f'nf" I I QC l li . O O , lm' 14 IQ If fn -2 YW. GOLD CREST DAIRY PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED Butter Cream And other dcnry products Wlll Q 11 coubl Q1 rarer mcuwers Lee hburg Road VITAMIN Ice Cream Chee All Gold Crest Products No bottle to asf J Ccrll 3738 New Kensmgton P 509 Allegheny EICH MOTORS DODGE 6. PLYMOUTH DEALERS Dodge Iob Rated Trucks New Kensmgton cxt the Bridge Avenue Oczkmont 412 Ross Street Tarentum CENTRAL DRUG STORES HI 1 ll NEW KENSINGTON PA 8 - M- ,, DH se l l . . , lf 'le'.' eseQ1lev.,.,o ,D sQ'l 1 , , , l I-soizimq to rstum. Preserves l'J'TlllTTIl Fld' or C2 V1t,:tz1m,. ' f: ' . Q. W W ll l ,, - ix 'l 'l . , W, V "IV: '15 for lm,-in lJr1'w." I l Ex Congrcxtulcrtxons From W R GOTT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES FURNITURE AND BUGS Fxfth Avenue Arnold Pa Congratulcxuons Class of 49 FRANKS CLOVER FARM STORE THRIFT PLUS SATISFACTION 1425 Fxfth Ave For Free Dehvery Phone 4202 Compllments of DeFe11ce and Frabottcxs ARNOLD FLOWER SHOP 160012 Flith Avenue Phone 5300 "'I""1 1 11111 1 111111 Il 1 I l IIIIIOII fn 0 ll fl X xg 11116513 ,V 111111 lxlf 111 1131113 88 . . 1 11111-1.'1'1'.v for 1f7'1'1"y U1'1'11.v1'o11 ff ' O III' I4 'Lf 15111 1 . 171111 .v 111 l"I.l'.Y1 Sin" , A . E .lI'l'l'.I.XU1'1l'.Y lor .1 1 . Q I . ' ' ,A .I11.u'1'.f, Il f11111' 1111 0 cry! ,1 gr I I I 3711-'M '1 'V K IJVAJL-f'tZf' , . -nffu-if-ff' 11 'c' 11 1116 1 ',l!1'Qj .1 1 1 H 1 ,- . 'HI ' .E AA 'QPIC X .A W 5gTO K Nanalcf 14 PO S I 68+ 1728 FIFTH AVENUE ARNOLD PENNSYLVANIA K Co f?llHIUlIft of XxwyUlllf,,, I QXKIX A1 V!9 X 1' 5 4 NV Q 7, N xl I YX f .fy , X . - 24 Z" 7 5 0,1 NN flu mx I 1E 1 V 0 ,,. , A 4 ii X, En N xl A W, V V M I W ii M H N A COMPLIMENTS OF SPRING 8. FOUNDRY WORKERS v ' 1 A J' f ,535 New Kensington Pa. A C. I. O. Affiliate 908 FIFTH AVENUE DAIRY COMPANY 1111 1R11 JI Daxry Store 329 Slxth Avenue Phone S66 IAMES BUONO AUGUST FREDA NEW KENSINGTON ART MEMORIAL CO 1 1111111 1 11111 1 I 1903 Freeport Road New Kensmqton Pa I lnrlf 1111111 I I I II , il I: Is I Q12 ,HV 1 1 'I,"l'.S' I :I II Y X124 fx'111x11111l I XI N f,111'111Il XIIU1' .VI ' I II II I , , 7 Y I Y 7 .111 -' .111-fm.-, ,11p.',1' , A1.',,,f,-,'11,- mm 1 fnum n GREENWOOD MEMORIAL PARK Route 51 Leechburg Road 32223 Logan Bank Bulldmq New Kenslngton Pa mmf rx ff ll Gnnen S ol fBffr111fm SERVING THE ALLEGHENY KISKI VALLEY Phones N K 539 Vandergnit 703 COMPLIMENTS Arnold Volunteer Flre Department Compnsmg Number One and Number Two Compcmles 91 .Yo 1' flffvx' . If 1' f.x "ff Cf 717'-' Y W 'ff Hp 0 -"' o CONGRATULATIONS FROM WALZER CLEANING CO The Valley s Leczdlng Cleaner 408 Eighth Street New Kensmqton Pc: MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and SUPPLIES COOPER BROS nz I F7 f 810 Fxflh Avenue New Kensmgton Pa HARMONY SHORT LINE Call New Kensx-xqton 1500 CII IRIIR Bl SIS INYIIVI 1XlIlI1PR1 Termmal 309 Nmth Street New Kensmqton P 92 , - V :Q--., -.,.LiYT. Y W , ,, ,,,L,,,,-,g,fY" Y , 72' 'WAA 7777772777 ,,, Ll. , WY, ?Y I W Q . U wi , . Y, Y l l . . I1 . . 11 Y WW VYVVV Y Y Y I r F O I 1 ".Ul. 'f' rum' ffrl f 1f'l'H T . . it I 1 I I I i Y Y ' I 1 I D A Dt . - . . 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Phone 4669 I li W5 M ,I -I I IIA E,1iu ,u,1l,Lf uuoo I,, ,H 849 ' ' , . COMPLIMENTS SONS OF COLUMBUS OF AMERICA Aurora D1 Lxberta No 46 Aurora D1 Proqresso No 47 95 OF .S'1u'rx'.v.v llllzj lim! ff'1'.x'f1rx lo fffzlm of IW-U7 BLOSER'S L OFFICIAL IEWELERS TO ARNOLD HIGH SCHOOL 980 Fourth Avenue New Kensmqion LUMBER MILLWORK ROOFING PAINT ARNOLD LUMBER C0 Fourih Avenue at The Lumber Number Fourieenth Stree! K Congratulcmons Class of 49 SUZYS SODA GRILL 1 muff BEATRICE HANLON Prop 1901 Orchard Avenue Phone 9989 30 ' ' , Pa. I f 'lT' li , ,,,, . , Yi, ,, g H p N M 1 I V . F F1 ,I N rx I N. . 190 I L . Y V Y 3 ' , , 'iii ' ' ., , Y Y, YY,, " YY , Y " I , W' Y Y , , J , , Y ,,,,5:,i"'T!-QW W r- ,,', L 'ilfw 'Wi' """""' ' - ' V - ' V ff' Y ll W :,g:'! 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