East High School - Janus Yearbook (Youngstown, OH)
- Class of 1954
Page 1 of 120
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1954 volume:
its 'gi ' ' ' Y :" i - if '
" ' , ,fi ft ,
1. q-qk.,.,.V Q-
y - ,
' A it 45 ,H' ' fr ' .f5'-'il 'f"'grf,-
f .. V
Y jg, Y. if 1 ggiia ,ry-I C
7 f , ' 4 'Wk 'lk '1 .+ + -ffm
I xfgffffi If ,if A ' " Y is M, V.,,,,7M "
1 A I 55? s'i"'A ,F f iii.. lhilf Hg: I-V' I -' 'Qet'l:SV
K, I-if J ,' -.f f Q gf E1-A-I
. , - . ff f ll-'I 13 tif
n f ff- , wg 5
. . Q xi . .'l7ff?fQ,
' f.,r1f ,
K 4,154 W, H ,ka
1 ' , b X 4147, Ml' ,.,,.....
KL pf Q1 UE 9
. , YI vb 1,1
'O cf B ff I
W W ' X 1 A I L ik
X W fn 'Y 'Y ii 3
N, ' A V 1 UQQ1' L , ELM? q is
, , - -? Q- - M M.
7 ' li UL E H ' l X
T B 1 ' - V V Juv ,Eff it Nz 1 lwjxms
,ji f Qi X X V, Q . fi X , H I ff Kfx l X
an - Q . I ,qkufg FLA in Ni-
' 4,8 if E A 3
7:7 ' V '.N ' ' A , qv -Zi' '., fr'Lij3.'3 ijsffvj
Q f 64 YX 5" LW t 'tx Vi
3338 ffQijM1gg M"
X3 ' L3
I ,, i...- V '
r K R
Hx fx L
wif f if ' .....
' f N0 fi 2
N53 t f ' Q '
A Q 1
.H ,Q ' A
W . 5 ,
-. A A . ' 'JP .
s.J - 'Jn .'
50 by AA V1 'AAA A xg, ',-
MJ' if wp' 'vw -QQ- 43 QQ- Wx Q., 'Q
jf' AAL' J A' , -AJC -- C., Azqf xx A LRF- H 1' C u
fk P y l, I if 7 l 'L fl i kr N? Lg-rx
A A 'L fa" , u A ,f 'fftgd C f" j 'C
Cf Lf f 5, 1,9 J x L if Q F --- k C
F .A ii' XX- 3 g-L' Q A :A 'A A 'ar L-A1 'QQ If
. G A ' W X h x, A M2 W E I -
. Af W ' A CA? - - '- P
5 1 ' A2 .1 Ak v , , A QC - A
Q if li A ' A ,Cu
I + ff ff
W A A A qhlv A A QR ' G N A
- 'Q , "'f'7" A ' F ,X
1' 'A 'A A Ai
NRM I 4, 0 ax . , D .-
Ll ..' l 454.1 A A S . AA
f Q M 1 BM NX, f
vt -.X '
N W is A
Psy Q1 G ,X
,p 05 Q
A 9 o 2 nh K 1' ,
. Af! X
QF if 4
M fi? M
, A v ,X I
1 W 9
' ZA? A f f
WQ' 4 , .
NNW lm GN
N76 N XM'
A nfjxfy wilt 2-ciijxfig-QQ
MQ Of Q? JL iff.-T X sz, figs-Q 'Q tn QAM
f NX' f . KN - lj' "
A 9 If 32
WM ww ,WW' Fefhe
M I J wg! fjxllj nfs- T
. A :A AU U IN ,, A --.A R NSXZAR -.-.gig Q 5 sq? h
J ff' Nfl . 4 Q? 51 '
. ' n yy Lt -Qs' .i QT-.ig
,J . ,fr s 'f
any PE A 55
BN ffyy Jm' ,K 4,N4 5' 'V , 5' is ,
D , A liiv I If l ,,L 35,71 H j I
Xb .221 ,, M ff A
X axxax ,wi b 2 Mjij rv!! ,firm
f -A? 'ff 4, "J" 'A I ' 'V ! fi1,r"!aiffq
3,3 'ig E, mf
lx 3 Q H0
-I V14 1 1,4 X .
K A,-. - ff
Se, ' 7 Y ff
Q5 cp Kywfj, ff 0
's 2- -li
'9"'.Lb 2- X
. ? P-
Ta .rl J
-g ,J-5F Q
T.. u- 1
1 X '
,. V A
QM, .3414 'Z
U I f '
1 4 f l, , 3,9 I I
ff, Q N t ,- L. x 04,
Xxx X 1, 4 X' A in
f., x gi .f- - Qi n
1, ,I .
s-f -4 1
mt x-:fLfr,W ' , Y . ,
g, '.g4,V.5 N- X -N . k , . x 4
Pt' la Q4
. ,, xg
M - M,
if .7 f
'Zi ' 4.
Editor ........ . .. Tom Syrianoudis
Assistant Editor . . . ............ lim Guerrieri
Advisor ........... .... Miss Ieannette R. Clarke
Business Managers .............. James P. Griffith
Artist .... .. . Sal Fossaceca
'EI Page Two 134-
4 g 4. '
X 4 I X X
I 520-04? 1 vw
!,,, ,Q xJ " , 7 f ffm
J 1 fyivfvgzfrfr 6 away 7' fb dl X
ff , jg
1 6.-xx' , , VE,fjf ff...z.Zf- Y ,vS.f1Kf iff
,KLAJ gf 'WI : K," f , j
K ff' ff- rs-01.1
I Nlma Maimdl 7264 in
Alma Mater we adore Thee
Love your colors gold and blue
There you stand in all your glory
Patient, helpful, kind and true
,K In our hearts and in our memories
r Linger thoughts so dear of you
In .. NN
' 'A1' W ,XX Alma Mater, Alma Mater,
2-h- 6 'M M Our Alma Mater, East High School
.",1,, , I' ' ' MA ' 2-
5 S ' - -...E, t""""-v
" ' tt. . 1 ' '-
ij 1 ,:-, ..., , .'.,i im llvvl lr M F' NN
K 5, ' Flir t'
if , nfs
. 4 ,, , ., W
on f f"
ik fr -A
W'?"lV'v'i'PHKiv.3. K ,, 255
EAST HIGH SCHOCL
Page Three B'-
P 77 pn J 1 in
W up 6
f X, qw A
if ,iff gf 1 -' 1
JL , A 1 L f' fl , J
at M A W PWM
In September, 1926, East High School opened its portals
to the public. The late I. W. Smith was principal from 1926 to
1948. Upon his retirement he was succeeded by E. E. Fell.
To date our present enrollment is 1,437 including grades
eight to twelve.
Up until 1950 we were known as the Sunrisers, but upon a
student vote and recommendation of the coaches the title Golden
Bears was adopted. In 1951, "Nuggets," the nickname for our
Golden Bears, was brought into being.
School colors are Gold and Blue.
The class oi 1954 has chosen the red rose class flower, blue
and white class colors, and "Tender1y" class song.
W 1 X
lf it tv
GJ Q! CK fmt, X Lf ' IAN
. V 1 X X ' f ,,
O W by r
if Page Four I-2+
4 W IZ9, Q ,, . ., ..,., I
.... I . , . V if
I sy ..,.JiQ' as If ' I
Axial H EAST HIGH
" :ggi . ,
" 'sf ,fa I Q:', .,g:E,:,,T" "" . l I
H f V L ff m, ' Q Administration
. F ,,,,, ,QI , , J M543 I. 1 im ?
- ' 'ICU fY
-if Page Five ff?-
Stl Wllttiftllf t
This is the Ianus, our East High Annual, in which we record
events of the past year written for, about, and by the students.
From our schooling we have knowledge that will help us to
prepare for our future: we have friends, some of whom we will
leave behind, and some who will always be a part of our life.
But more than recording the past, Ianus looks to the future
and lives for the present.
ff 4 .J-'
., V, fuk! L
+r'f K7 X K J X
t t M a D,
f f ,
, , ,
-'lf Page Six ll'
nl I z ,
Because of his eager willingness to help us with our Ianus
illustrations, we, the graduating class of 1954, wish to dedicate
this Annual to Sal Fossaceca, the sailor-boy who's always seen
with drawing pencil and paper in hand.
While here at East High School, Sal was liked by everyone,
and was known throughout the school for his artistic ability,
cooperative spirit, and pleasing personality.
After graduating from East in 1947, Sal entered Cleveland
Institute of Art, completing his art course in 1951. He then
joined the Navy, and has served thirty-five months to date.
, l EW' ft
l it N4
if Page Seven B+
E. E. Fell
Mr. E. Fell, principal of East High for six years, poses in
his new office.
A Message from our Principal
America offers unlimited opportunities for achievement to
the person who is willing to work and devote himself to serving
his fellow men, who has the right ideals, character and prepara-
tion. Goals are never reached by aimless drifting. Most suc-
cessful people have plans to chart their course.
We hope East has given you some help in planning your
life and some preparation for the realization of those plans.
E. E. Fell,
-'El Page Eight Br
Q Q-Y. k X
Mr. Burton Honey, assistant principal, speaks from his new
A Word from our Assistant Principal
For the past twelve years you, the graduates of Iune 1954,
have been given the opportunity to develop your inherent abili-
ties to their highest capacities.
This opportunity to develop as one wishes is a guarantee
of our free society. You to be graduated, those who have gone
before you and those who will follow, hold the key to a con-
tinuing free society. Be ever mindful of your responsibilities as
a citizen of this great country that its freedoms may be preserved.
4 Page Nine H'-
This year our office had a new look
and also a new secretary. Miss Shirley
Boomhower, one of our '53 graduates,
succeeded Mrs. Glenna Lou Myers.
The complicated task of office manage-
ment, which includes compiling school
records, typing reports, handling the
school's financial matters, and checking
on absence, is in the able hands of Miss
Boomhower, Miss Eleanor Love, Myron
Reese, and Wilbert Lambeth, visiting
Shirley Boomhower Cupper leftb
Myron Reese and Eleanor Love flower leftl
Wilbert Lambeth flower rightl
Dean of Girls
I. P. GRIFFITH
Decm of Boys
Two popular people with the students,
are decm of girls, Miss Ruth Higley, and
dean of boys, I. P. Griffith, who helped
students solve many difficult problems.
They Would Rather Teacl
Our Senior Choir
Early in the school term our Senior Choir,
directed by Richard Campbell, made up a
beautiful musical background for National Ed-
ucation Week Assembly. They also took part
in the Thanksgiving and Christmas Pageants
and sang at Baccalaureate and National Honor
After successfully presenting their Operetta
"HMS Pinafore" they appeared at other schools
and clubs such as the Rotary and Kiwanis.
A selected group took part in the Mount
Union College Music Festival in May.
Nine and eighty songbirds made up our
Senior Choir this year.
The 31 voices that make up our Iunior Choir
sang in many assemblies this year. Under the
direction of Richard Campbell they made a
beautiful background for the Thanksgiving and
Easter services. They also took part in the
Christmas Pageant, together with the Freshman
and Senior Choirs.
Row 1, left to right: B. Hershey, P. Comardo, I. Conroy.
E. Wilson, A. Anderson: Row 2, N. Fiore, R. Schmidt,
C. Vecchiarelli, M. Harasym, N. D'Alesi0: Row 3, H. Bal-
asko, K. Hawks, D. Axel, M. Ellerbe, C. Pecchia: Row 4,
I. Mazzella, A. Campanizzi, C. DeWitt, F. Corso: Row 5,
L. Iones, R. Thompson, I. DiCarlo, E. Regulag Row 6, H.
Wheland, I. Christmas. F. Iordan: Row 7, L. Iordan, I.
Kaschak, C. Rose, D. Appulese.
Freshman C hoir
Sixty-six voices rang out in harmony whenever the Freshman Choir
participated. Under the direction of Miss Ruth Stevenson, the choir sang
on the Armistice Day program, the Christmas Pageant, and for Easter
With the cooperation of Iohn Raz and the orchestra, their Annual Spring
Music Festival was a big success.
Enjoyment and appreciation of good music are experienced by members
of the orchestra. Under the leadership of Iohn Baz, the orchestra is an im-
portant group in our instrumental department. In addition to school plays
and assemblies this group participates in the Annual Spring Concert, bring-
ing much credit to our school.
These young voices will one day make up our Senior Choir.
lst Raw, left to right: B. Lewis, P. Coleman, N. Berry, M. Bevilacqua, N, Pappas, D, Fentules, C. Peck,
J. Lyonsf 2nd row, R. Kohut, I. Smith, C. Tyson, F. Guerrieri, M. Navarro, I, Boswell, I, Forqacs,
l. Cackmang 3rd row, A. Fiehler, M, Barnes, B. Mulholland, R. Felletti, M. Doxie, A. Pascarelli, C.
gurtiienp 4th row, Director I, Baz, B. Lewis, A. Rodrigo, R. Maqm, E. Liqhtner, I. Wal, A. Williams,
eil Page Fifteen ld?
L f? IQ 'I ' . , , , '
"ff 7 p f, N
- :YQ -rl
.-f..e-,ff' ,fs -
As the curtain rises on Act I, we find the crew of the H.M.S. Pinafore
interrupted in preparations for the arrival of Sir Ioseph Porter iBob Elia? by
"Little Buttercup" CRose Martinol, who says she has a secret that could change
the attitude of Captain Corcoran CEd Sneerl, with whom she is secretly in
love. A member of the crew, Ralph Rackstraw tLou Contil, loves the cap-
tain's daughter, Iosephine CCarol Pachelll, but to his dismay he discovers
that the captain wants her to marry Sir Joseph, who arrives on deck with
his cousin Hebe CMary Bevilaqual, and many female relatives. Ralph is
rejected by the captain because of his low rank when he confesses his love
for Iosephine. In despair, he decides to shoot himself. Iosephine stops him
by admitting her love for him and the curtain falls as everyone is plotting
for Iosephine and Ralph to elope.
In the opening scene of Act Il, Dick Deadeye KNick Hydosl, tells the
captain of the plan. The captain, overcome with anger, swears. Sir Ioseph
overhears this and sends the captain away in disgrace and Ralph to the
dungeon. Buttercup tells the secret she has kept for many years, that Ralph
and Captain Corcoran were switched when they were babies. This confession
solves the problem of the lovers and they are free to marry. The captain
can now wed Buttercup and Sir Ioseph has to be content with cousin Hebe.
Crew and guests on the H.M.S. Pinafore
Gullible Gobs Go Gaga Cver Goodies
if Page Sixteen li'-
.x Q f
is , f , . ,
rx National Honor Society
' if Let's look into the auditorium where re-
c 5 01 : l E if K hearsals for National Honor Society ceremonies
' ' f are taking place. Members were elected on the
' 56 basis of leadership, scholarship, character, and
Frank Cucciarre, president: Mary Bevilac-
quia, secretary: Walter Betts, treasurer: lim
Kernan, social chairman, and Miss Alice
j Weber, advisor.
lst row, left to right: M. Tyson, G. Hagan, F. Cucciarre, M. Bevilacquia, R. Ossog 2nd row, L. Brown,
O. Wydick, I. Wal, C. Furden, A. Dimitriou, I. Hatfield, M. Pauschert, I. Fusillo, E. Lipka, A. Schenqeli,
D. De1Fraino, C. Martin, 3rd row, D. Fentules, M. Morrow, P. Shea, D. Fabiriy, D. Gibbs, A. Ceremeli,
M. Getz, D. DeCavitch, E. Draghita, C. Stride, 41h row, T. Pizzuto, F. Strollo, I. Moretti, I. Kurjan, M.
Brill, I. l-Ioftee, B. Kraysets, G. Summers, N. Felton, C. Pachellp 51h row, L. Williams, G. Strickland,
T. Temelkotf, W. Betts, R. Lewis, A. Deramo, C. Corrotto, T. Syianoudis, R. Buccierri, E. Theodore, D.
Easton, P. Mahon.
'tif Page Eighteen lil'
East's Governing Body
Sitting: D. Easton, C. Leshnack, I. Summers, I. D'A1esio, B. Strange, C. Canacci, C. Brown, R. Clark,
L. Posey, A, Anderson, B. Clardy, D. Lariccia, R, DeSanto, F. Zyuith, S. Bownas, A. Dando, M. DeSiato,
I, LaPresta, Standing: D. Chismar, D. Chefto, V. Salata, L. Cuccurese, C. Grazziano, F. Factor, V
Fumi, T. Intante, S. Demidovich, D. Tankovich, B. Fertante, H. Mulholland, K. Payton, I. Marco, N.
Marsicola, C. Garone, C. Pinciaro, A. Protapapa, B. Commardo, B. Barone, Mr. Paul Miller, advisor
Not pictured-Tom Syrianoudis.
Like our own city ot Youngstown, East High also has a council, composed
of representatives from every home room. This year, the group rallied behind
council sponsored pep assemblies, polio benefit dance and the tax stamp
Council tradition was started with a first annual banquet and the P.A.
system of morning services and announcements.
Officers were: Donna Easton, president: Ralph Donofrio, vice-president,
and Marsha Morrow, secretary-treasurer.
it Page Nineteen lil'-
efagfky 6657 fff ami,
5 if f s
ST Q F FS
Ianus staff members were: P. Yakotich, M. Bevilacquia, N. I Osso, B- Lewis. l- Gueffierif A- POYIUYZO. T- NiChOlGS. C- Rud-
Hydos, A. Davies, S. Dechant, E. Draghita, N. Felton, S. Bez- loff, F. Krprcak, D. Dellfrarno, I, -Wal, Deramo, F. Cuc-
zarro, D. Fentules, C. Martin, I. Delllck, P. Yannarellct, R. CICIUS, l- BOSC0. l- NSVCIITO, T- SYIIGYIOXICUS, l- Felde.
lst How, left to right: L. Butler, D. DelPlato, 2nd row,
M. ZaZa, I, Kurjan, E. Draghitcx. D. Chismarg 3rd row,
l. George, C. Plnchmaro, I. Young, I. Hernandez, 4th
row, D. Vicarel, B. Demedovich, F. Strollo, I. Moretti,
C. Martin, S. Scarazzo, P. Moses, G. Strickland.
Copy, pictures, layouts, sketches, choosing
a cover, and deadline finally brought the work
of the Ianus to a halt.
Tom Syrianoudis, editor, and Iim Guerrieri,
co-editor, combined their efforts with Miss I.
Clarke, advisor, Tula Nicholas, picture execu-
tive, and the other 18 members of the staff to
compose the annual.
With football season in full swing, the staff
took charge of Homecoming, which included
decorated cars, salute to Dads, queen and
court, followed by a very successful dance.
Carole Martin was chairman, and Miss I.
Clarke and E. R. Smith, advisors.
Every morning at 8:15, members of the sales
committee were seen scurrying here and there,
looking for Ianus subscribers. I. Griffith and I.
Conway headed this busy group.
lst Row, left to right: M. Bevilaquia, E. Draghita, I. Lapresta,
V. Fumi: 2nd row, I. Turner, A. Thomas: 3rd row, I. Mauer-
giara, R. Iordan, A. Gay, P. Burke, T. Nicholas, E, Bush, C.
Meeting a deadline spells w-o-r-k for
Echo staff members. Reporting, writing
copy and heads, typing, laying out pages,
making up pages in our print shop, proof
reading, counting, circulating - that's the
routine for each issue - but our efficient
staff always makes it.
Carole Martin, editor: Eleanor Draghita,
co-editor: Frances Strollo, managing edi-
tor: Shirley Scarazzo, first page editor:
Iackie Moretti, second-page editor: De-
lores Delplato, third-page editor: Dan
Vicarel and Bill Demidovich, fourth-page
editors: Phyllis Moses, circulation editor:
Ioan Kurjan, exchange manager: and Iohn
Hernandez, advertising editor. 43
lst row, left to right: D. Easton, B. Mulholland, B.
Kelley, R. Donofrio, I. Boscoe, I. Caruso: 2nd row, G.
H R. O , C. Pachell, R. Rezek, N. Hydos, I
Belino: 3rd row, M. Savko, T. King, I. Guerrleri.
The advertising committee, under the
leadership of I. P. Griffith, assisted by
I. Conway, went scouting high and low
for new ads. Were they successful? Iust
look in the back of this book, and you'll
Page Twenty-one E4-
I ' ' Fl K or 0 J
Ticket Takers-lst Row, left to right: R. Smith, C. Whiteside,
M. A. Wydick, A. Tavolario, 2nd row, C. Payton, M. Bevilac-
quia, I. Rozich, S. Guerrieri, F. Rulli, M. Rulli, N. Schettino,
H. Tamburelli, 3rd row, R. M. Osso, L. Payton, H. Wilson, L.
Buttler, B. Rotar, Mr. Reese, 4th row, C. Price, A. Anderson,
Noon Movie Ticket
Sellers and Takers
"Give credit where credit is due" applies to
the girls who sold and collected tickets for
the noon movies. They relinquished their free
time to help make available the noon movies
enjoyed by many students.
Ticket Sellers-lst Row fstandingl left to right: P. Burke, S.
Davis, G. Summers, Mr. Myron Reese: Znd row lseatedl: F.
Burke, I. Kurjan, I. Hottie.
Football Ticket Sellers
These girls deserve special thanks for mak-
ing football tickets available to the students
of East. The assistance from John Hunter was
We should give credit to the faculty members
who collected these football tickets at Ectst's
home games. They were on the job all through
the football season. Thanks! l l !
Lett to right: Barbara Mulholland, Dorothea Wyclick, Iohn
Under the supervision of Miss Shirley Boomhow-
ar, East's new secretary, office workers answered
elephones, helped with filing and ran errands.
Fhese girls worked side by side in our newly deco-
'ated office, equipped with all modern conveniences,
ncluding a new Public Address System and indi-
vidual offices for each dean and principal.
Left to right: D. O'Nesti, T. Pizzuto, R. Ruppert, C. Payton, C. Olson
A. Hallawell, M. Basil, S. Scrazzo, B. Mulholland, M. A. Murar, S.
Sarocco, M. Neri, B. Kelley, R. Sassano.
Pro iection Booth
During lunch periods we are able to see noon
movies, if we so desire, under the direction of A. L.
Wilson with Don Tankovich as chief operator and
Bob Pagley assistant.
Assistant librarians, tutored by Miss Mabel Christy, learn the know-how
of library management for which they receiv
lst How: A. Dando, P. C-arone, I. A. DePaul, C. Pinciaro
P B K C P k W k M T ltt B D
ontino, . nGPP. . ea , I. ar man, . ripe , .
Back row: P, Yannarella, V. Fumi, B. Barone, I. Yorkunas.
.. . Q
e a fourth credit for the year.
, C. Gatti, R. Geannotti, M. Cataline, A.
eCavitch, I. Simms, V. Salata, I. Philips:
W-ww-ww-'mm-W-an-M. -wx M-u-ffm-.--v . , N ss, . ..s,.,,v,,, cas. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, , uf .. M- - .. ,y
'V ' 1 4" .
' tr ' - x -' www -' "- i
' I - A 5,292
. ' . . W
2 ' f Q- ', 1 .ia ffm .S E Q -s.EH-.- .iwfa
5 'gif .
, "ffTwI,w4 5 fi L-.
Under the supervision of Miss Viola Simon,
a staff of eight girls treated our students for
minor injuries, administered first aid and per-
formed other medical duties not requiring
Pictured, left to right: D. Chismar, A. Oliver, D. Riccitelli, C.
Pinciaro, I. DePaul, T. Giampetro, P. Rezek. Not pictured: M.
Basta, M. Poriilio, and S. Saracco.
Things We C ouldn't
"Honorable judges and worthy opponents."
Many were the times this phrase was heard
in room 215 as the debators practiced for tour-
naments at Stow, Rayen, Canton and Akron.
A two day trip to Student Congress at Akron
Buchtel and a weekend trip to Heidelberg high-
lighted the year.
Officers were: Donna Easton, president: Nick
Hydos, vice-president: Gayle Hagan, secretary,
and Carol Pachell, social chairman. Mr. L. A.
Morris was faculty advisor.
lst Row, left to right: Ida Mae Simms, Nancy Marsicolla,
Carol Smith, Catherine Zybithg 2nd row, A. Sebastian, N.
Hydos, C. Pachell, L, Morris, coach, G. Haganp 3rd row, Marco
Zaza, Charlotte Brown, Nellie Berry, Shirley Perline, Loretta
Massara, Judy Caruso, Norma Arquillaz 4th row, Robert Snovak,
Lou Cannatti, Evelyn Hilderhotf, Eloise Rios, Albert Zarbauqh,
E Q LLEEPR f A f I
1 it 5 ' Q-
f V A , I
a 4 A
x J ' ' '
x t p
as I l. I NZ'
Ss ' 52
Do Without . . .
In spite of the many obstacles placed in the
path of William Lightbody and his assistants
by construction on the new wing of our school,
and the rearrangement of many rooms on the
first floor, maintenance was kept in A-1 work-
ing condition throughout the year.
Bottom to top, left to riqht: Mrs. Hlay, Iack Doepping, Mrs.
Shearer, Mrs. Campanezzi, Mr. Liqhtbody, Mr. Purnell, Mrs.
Popio, Mrs. Gaudio, Mrs. Grzywna.
Due to the wonderful work of the Picker-
uppers, under the supervision of Pete Koma,
the school yard has been constantly kept
Back row, left to right: Mr. Koma, I. Turner, L. Wylie, R.
Calcaqnig Front row, B. Herbert, I, Factor, E. Iohnston, C.
Lindsay, D. Burk. Not pictured: D. Requla, E. Johnson, R.
Tomocik, I. Pavlacic.
if Page Twenty five
'Twas the Week Before Christmas
Santa's little helpers Warsity "E" membersl canvassed the school for
homerooms entering the Annual Christmas Decoration Contest. Miss M.
Maneely's homeroom took first prize. The Misses N. Wintzer's and G. Clemens'
rooms tied for second, and third place was taken by Miss I. Hudson.
Tree Trimmers and 'A' Santa
Best Decorated Rooms
Q sci ence el If
,wif , lvl
YWH l MT S X 4 X.-in v
N s is
rw t iifrf e- f'
Our scientific genii did it again! On March 12,
the Annual Science Fair, sponsored by members of
the Electron club, was seen by students of the ninth
and tenth grades, many of whom are now eager to
take chemistry and physics. Student interest in
these subjects was greatly encouraged by such ex-
ceptional exhibits as a model of "the Rocket-Ship"
that should take us to the Moon within the next ten
years, everyday homes heated by sunlight, and
sound traveling through solids, such as wood and
steel - only a small portion of the grand total oi 15
excellently planned projects.
Bussing To Pittsburgh
, it' ,
,W , x .
Our wide variety of shopwork give boys cr large selection of skilled
trades from which to choose. These shops help prepare them for future work
in electricity, auto-mechanics, printing, patternmaking, mechanical drawing,
cabinet making, metal shop, and commercial art.
lf ' A K' ""' ll N
Page Twenty-eight HK-
Girls Make Ready Too ....
Our girls at East, in preparing for future careers as homemakers, are
supervised in cooking by Miss Edna Lowmiller, and in sewing by the Misses
Margaret Davis and Mary lane Booth.
.9 an - -.
, 'Q it X K, Q, '
Appearing for the first time in our Annual,
these are the girls, who under the supervision
of Paul Miller, did the unseen work behind our
class movies - the registering, cataloguing,
Pictured, left to right: Ioanne Bonace, Priscilla Hissem, Mary
Haines, Gina Bevilacqua, Eleanor Hnatt, Paula Benavides,
Yvonne Schrieber, and advisor, Paul Miller.
Everybody Must Eat . . .
The women and student employees are constantly on the job servi
students with hot, nourishing lunches. They plan, prepare and serve the
meals to students and members of the faculty.
Some Do . . . Some Don'1
lst Row, left to right: C. Furden, I, Wal, M. Baumstark, M.
Bevilacqua, P. Mahon, 2nd row. R. Osso, M. Tribble, C.
Howie, D. Fentules, D. Crenshaw, B. Butler, D. Oliver, 3rd row,
I. Navarro, G. Lane, S. Dechant, D. DelFrano, I. Freeman, M.
Tyson: 4th row, R. Buccierri, M. Savko, F. Anzelmo, J. Felde,
S. Bezzaro, I. Kemang Sth row, R. Stine, R. Bartlomain, R.
Lewis, L. Williams, G. Strickland, A. Deramo.
"Snap, crackle, pop," go the chemicals as
the Electrons perform experiments and explore
the secrets of science each Friday morning at
Peering through the lab window, we're sure
to see Roy Stine, able advisor, and his staff,
Mike Savko, president: lim Kernan, vice presi-
dent: and Pat Mahon, secretary-treasurer.
Shakeroos in one hand, confetti in the other, and all-set to cheer their
team to victory, were the hep, and full of pep Varsity "E" members.
Not only were they active in sports events, but also in service to the
school, such as hall decorating and caroling during the Yuletide season.
Officers are: Tula Nicholas, President: Sylvia Uqolini, Vice-President: Sue Dietz, Secretary-Treasurer:
James Guerrieri, Chairman.
..s..,,,.m 0 sm, ,.u,. ,. Sw' 1955.116 1fT'f
lst Row: C. Stride, T. Giampetro, M. Portilxa, A. Pontrno, P. Yannarella, P. Garone, A, Dando, I.
DePaul, N. Morucci, B. Kelly, I. Lapresta, M. Devito, A. Thomas, 2nd row, T. Nicholas, C. Pachell, A.
Landy, D. Dellfraxno, P. Macola, R. Cole, U. Ranqa, S. Uqolinr, D. Easton, V. DeMarco, D. O'Nest1,
G. Haqang 3rd row, D. Wydrck, T. Casey, M. Bevilacqua, R. Osso, N. Felton, R. Martino, I. Fusillo,
M. Pauschert, M. Tyson, A. Gay, M. Barone, 4th row, S. Dechant, V. Fuxni, P. Rezek, E. Draqhitn, P.
Burk, B. Mulholland, H. Iordan, C. Olson, B. Kraysetts, B. Drabxtski.
Tri-Hi-Y is a service club sponsored by the Y.M.C.A. Among its many
honors and services this year were: Red Cross Work, Carol Pachell as Civic
Day Mayor, and selection of Donna Easton and Carol Pachell, two delegates
to attend the Hi-Y Mock Congress in Columbus, Ohio.
lst Row: M. Savko, I. Kernan, F. Quatre, I. Bosco, I. Bellmo, I. Caruso, T. Clarke, B. Ferrante, I
Dellick, I. Hunter tAdvisorJg Znd row, B. Camardo, T. DrGiacama, I. Hernandez, B. Fond, P. Rinalda
R. Wilkes, D. Vicarelg 3rd row, A. DeRamo, E. Theodore, G. Santoro, M. Turko, T. Wlseman, R. Hannisl
G. Shook, L. Cuccarese, I, Kane, 4th row, D. Tankovich, F. Krpicak, R. Maqni, F. Cuccmrre, S. Bez,
zarro, E. Snier, B. Russ, T. Donofrro, E. Lvaniuk, R. Galias.
Forty members of Hi-Y, headed by Tom Clark: president, actively par-
ticipated in Homecoming and Civic Days. Social events included weiner
roasts, dances, picnic, and hayrides. Other officers were: I. Dellick, vice-
president, I. Caruso, secretary-treasurer, and Iohn Hunter, advisor.
-SEI Page Thirty-five lif-
Key Club is affiliated with Kiwanis Interna-
tional, and is basically a service organization.
Our East Key Club has received both state and
national recognition for its outstanding service
projects to our school and community.
lst Row, left to right: I. Bellino, N. Hydos, R. Felletti, B.
Martin, G, Shook, 2nd row, B. Fond, I.. Conti, I. Eckman, D.
Vicarel, Ft. Hanms, M. Ferranti, F. Jordan: 3rd row, E. Snier,
F. Anzelmay 4th row, T. Wiseman, I. Marco, Sth row, F,
Rinaldo, I, Kernan, R. Galias, I. Dellick, E. Iack, B. Santor,
Gth row, Mr. I. Conway, advisor, H. Strommer, F. Krpicak, A.
Davies, R. Luce.
"Veni, Vidi, Vici." The Inter Nos Club, comprised of students interested
in the background of the Romans, held monthly meetings in 313 with Miss
Norma Wintzer as advisor. Officers were: Donna Easton, president: Mary
Tyson, vice president: Carol Pachell, secretary, and Irene Wal, treasurer.
Dguriglfzlkybfgngoiigiv, ll!-lcgglilsgsl EgfrlllraccfuaPCglOli:urlderg,orglurD'ecIl,ianEl?Sfl?'gl rEw,OIi'iO'Zcia,Pgl:hlsdhlirlNgl
P. Camardo, B. Hershey, E, Draghita, L. Massaro, M. Tyson, D. Fentules, G. Kidd, C. Martin, I. Wal,
N. Fiore: 4th row, V. Curry, N. Arquilla, D. DelFraino, L. Brown, I. Lucarell.
i Jigga 1
,P " X,-. -
it Q ,
,f f, f
Sending delegates to the United Nations in New York was one of the
main projects undertaken by the Y-Teens' organization this year. Our rep-
resentatives were Diane Fentules, Caroline Furden, and Irene Wal who were
chosen for their winning essays on "Why I Would Like To Go To The United
The Touch-down Toddle started Y-Teens social activities with a bang,
followed by the Sweetheart and All-City Proms.
Officers were: Ursula Rango, president: Elaine Lipka, vice-president:
Arlene Landy, secretary, and Mary Tyson, treasurer.
Advisors were: Misses M. Christy, F. Sampson, and M. I. Booth.
X ws. human: .nie-dew it 2,1 .W . ' ,W ,,.wwmwanwa..wem,mw.mmen: M, mr: ff' z ,M w ,QM H :www w ff -: M www-snmmmvnw,
Page Thirty-eight 12+
Vx M . " ag?
'K ' .
This ls Why
We Need More Room
'N qw f,
,Q x w-QNX: ' ,
,Cac -h ' "'
hi 5 .AN
X O .
y s X EZ ,
1 THE 1955 EHST HIGH fb
K 1 O
' sv X
1' X- . . 'ffm
,ff it x -Q 1 f
fx! Xxzfffu' Q 1 .1 7 I
y 4 AQ'rf!'4: -ijt ' "
'77 ,,.' il by f ' d X
f ' 47 ff
QT f , ,. Coaches
, 1 ' ,gg 21 5 X'
' I Pete Lanzi, head mentor of the big
4 f four, did a splendid job of coaching for J
, 'i I. ' , his second consecutive year.
fp ff, 5 f ,O-.
Pete Koma, assistant coach, has a
' V rough time spotting the on-coming
cg iyf! ft games and seeing that all players get
' at 7 their proper equipment.
tyffzfz ' -o-
Mike Lyden, for his first year at East
4 1 I' , '-A X A, f has done a wonderful job coaching the
y. . ' line. He graduated from East in 1942
ZZ' where he received letters in football
A- 5 Bachelor's and Master's degrees in 1950
' and 1951. From the time he left Notre
C? Dame until coming to East, he did sub-
stitute teaching throughout the area.
Arthur Flauto, head backfield coach,
sees that the team is kept in perfect
1 shape throughout the season.
and basketball. Later he entered the
University of Notre Dame where he
, . . starred in football, and received his
East 13 -Woodrow Wilson 13
Our Golden Bears opened their season by gaining a tie with Woodrow
Wilson after being completely outclassed in the first half
East 36 - Ambridge 13
From what seemed to be a completely new and inspired team East
rambled over Ambridge, with scoring honors going to Danny Davanzo
East 34 - South 7
By walloping South, East High's powerful machine seemed invincible
The Bears were at their best in the 34-7 massacre.
East 20 - North 6
The Blue and Gold, going after their sixth straight city championship
tamed a spirited North High eleven.
East 31- Chaney 7
Completely dominating the play, Lanzi's powerful eleven thumped
Chaney, another City Series foe.
if Page Forty-two 19'-
East 6-Ursuline 20
An inspired Ursuline team came through with twenty quick points in
the first half and went on to giving the Golden Bears their initial loss.
East 7 -Rayen 0
In a game that caused a great amount of controversy in the following
weeks, the East siders turned back a stubborn Rayen team for their fourth
City Series win.
East 0-Memorial 10
With the help of a good place kicking specialist, Memoria1's Red Devils
upset the Bears in another thriller.
East 12 - Barberton 34
An underrated team from Barberton rolled over the East eleven with a
vicious barrage of passes.
East 2 - Warren Harding 0
Due to the ineligibility of a Warren Harding player, the Golden Bears
were awarded a forfeit victory, changing the 54-0 defeat to a 2-0 win, but
Coach Pete Lanzi would not accept the victory.
lst Row, left to right: J. Stoops, I. Moraghan, A. Traylor, W. Betts, D. Davanzo, M. Santor, F. Rinaldo,
T. Clark, F. Alleqretto, B. Santorg 2nd row, B. Crawford, D. Williams, R. Gamble, A. Oascarelli, I.
Kernan, G. Saadey, B. Drummond, F. Ouatro, I. Dellick. L. Cuccareseg 3rd row, Coaches P. Koma and
P. Lanzi, B. Lundeen, P. Colanqelo, B. Comardo, D. DiPasqua, I. Marco, D. Sundin, G. Stevens, M.
Perfume. I. Beene, D- Bcwnus. B. Sziffkle, Couch Flautop las: row, M. Giambatista, A. Cafaro, I. Cox,
D. Chefto, T. DiGiacomo, R. Lewis, T. Welcsh, C. Burton, R. Marstellar, R. Armeni.
'El P696 Forty-three 19'-
7 Pig FI'
rf. . L '.
. f. ,F
xW!" U "
.mf JY w
vlrawuws. .mn-w..y,v an-7.4 M.
sU5d9Y Gamble Trqylor
Cusccnlli Drummond Quan-9 Aman
if Page Forty-five
Working side by side with the football team,
the student managers were on the job taking
care ot toctballs, uniforms, and the first aid
kit. Lett to right: F. Bellino, I. Pignatelli, B.
Morucci, I. Morucci, Coach Lanzi Cstandingl,
A. Popio, S. Nuzzo, B. Lipka.
Everywhere the team goes .
Golden Bear Reserves -- Cubs
lst Row: M. Parise, F. Iordan, I. Congemi, C. Lentine, F. Corso, E. White: 2nd row, N. Filuta, T. Fisher
L. Iones, I. Fortune, P. Swaney, G, Amicone, I. Isabella, I. Skakote,
East 6 - Ursuline 7
Due to the failure of an extra point, a determined East platoon lost a
close contest to a hard charging Irish eleven.
East 13-Chaney 0 .
A completely outclassed Cowboy eleven was stomped by the Bears in
Cubs 0-Ursuline 7
As the result of a thirty yard run by an Ursuline gridder, our future
Bears were downed by the Irish in a tightly fought defensive battle.
Cubs 6 - North 7
A stubborn East eleven was edged out by the Bulldogs when a 25 yard
pass clicked for a touchdown and the extra point was added to give them a
one point advantage.
lst Row, left tc right: E. Butler, R. Gibson, E. White, F. Charity, C. Nelson, C. Nocera, I. Pinciaro,
F. Walden, I. Yannarella, A. Chicche, E. Duikin. E. Patterson, 2nd row, Wm. Foster, M. Anderson, I.
Vrabec, I. Cervello, T. Scheckeloif, R. Welding, M. Stetko, E. Leshnack, I. DePietro, I. DeFrank, I.
Strollo, R. Armeni, S, Barber, B. Tyleag 3rd row, C. Amicone, R. Harris, P. Clacko, C. Testa, W. Betts,
L. Arquilla, I. Protapapa, M. l-Iasley, G. Hripko, I. Lattanzio, R. Guerrieri, I. Conqemi, L. Galantef last
row, K. Williams, I. Pavtacic, E. Varey, B. Welding, A. Crapple, G. Clow, I. McGee, F. Swierz, B.
Greer, E. Whitehead. Coach lohn Rurerick.
, L, 4 Qi.
,, fr! NZ,
, ry 'X lgx
,.t it "ff , tv
fl tt,5,f1,+ if
Q-J l'2."9lt -, l
f l l l : '
of X 'df if
-lyk Z 12 if V
'-'iff ' yff +'
' fjfl l j it it '
Three broken drumsticks! a worn out drumheadl
What individual effort the members of our band,
such as Iohn Cockman, our bass drummer, must put
out. It's no wonder that our band is rapidly becom-
ing one of the largest and best playing in the city.
Without this, could the band play at football games
and assemblies, give an annual concert, and pro-
mote small combos from within itself, such as dance
and basketball bands. Because of such individual
effort, our director, Iohn Raz is becoming known as
one of the better directors in the city.
The command of "shoulders back, heads up" given by our drurn-major-
ette, Mary Ann Santangelo, to her two lines of majorettes every day through-
out the summer, and before and after school during football season, surely
paid off as these girls added color and sparkle to half-time festivities at
Left to right kneeling are: A. Pontino, C. Pinciaro, M. A. Wydick, R. A.
Walley. P. Yannarella, I. DePaul. Drum-majorette, M. A. Santangelo, standing.
Left to right standing are: I. M. Rescineto, A. Cervello, I. Beck, P. Fossa-
ceca, F. Zangara, I. Tavalario.
Out on that football field every morning at 8:00 sharp were our six
cadets and their leader, Donna Riccitelli. Their colorful uniforms and smart
little dances added gay variety to our half-time performances. Left to right
are: F. Luce, P. Camardo, S. Dietz, Leader: D. Riccitelli, F. Bell, P. Zangara,
E. Rozich, not pictured-C. Flesh.
4. A - . j-'- it ga 4'
- X " ' if A , f 3' L-ff
if-gy ,h ' 7 I 5' !l , I, 1 ..
Through both victory and defeat, our cheerleaders, led by Shirley O'Neil,
captain, appeared at every game leading the crowd in bouyant cheering.
Front center, mascot, Donna I. Biondillo. Second row kneeling left to right
are: Maria Conti, Delores Chismar, Dorothea Wydick, Back row standing
left to right are: Dorothy Orlando, Shirley O'Neil, captain, and Mary A.
Page Forty-nine ll'
gif X . D
' ll Homecoming
Cries and shouts rang out when our Golden Bears defeated Rayen 7-0
to bring us a victorious and successful Third Annual Homecoming on Octo-
All hail the queen! For the first time, a queen cmd court were chosen.
Shirley O'Nei1, who reigned, and her attendants Carole Martin, Donna Easton,
and Mary Bevilacqua, were presented with flowers at halftime by Ioe Bellino,
president of the senior class.
Also adding color to halftime festivities were majorettes, cadets, and
band members who used Hallowe'en as their theme. A salute to Dads was
sung by Nick Hydos, Ioe Bellino, and Douglas Bownas.
IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE!!
Eight beautifully decorated cars of all sizes, shapes, colors, and ideas,
entries of various clubs, circled the field, led by the queen's car. Then, at
the end of the game, with a toot-toot and a beep-beep, all cars and fans
proceeded to the East High Gym for a rip-roaring time at the Annual Home-
coming Dance, where first and second place winners of the decorated cars
were announced by Coach Lanzi. Student Council took first and Tri Hi-Y,
second. Both prizes were gavels made by Iohn MacDougall, cabinet-making.
Shirley O'Neil, homecoming queen, Queen and Court: D. Easton, C. Martin, I. Navarro S ONe1l
receiving bouquet. queen, I. Bellino, class president, and M Bevrlacqua
mtl Parse Fifty E'
Coming No. Three
I , 1 . 1
' "-wr f IX!
,I f If ,-
. X 1 .-:J
4 7 f fm
IM, .--is ,C T
I 1 g.t'f,.g,.:,-5,gfiZ:Ei:r A
is L " x ttif f x
A Lx 2, Fw -'I 'N ,
s X 'fm - 54
1-A gfy 'Iv'
Pete Koma - City crown for the
third .year in a row: best won-loss
record in the city: individual and
school records broken: sparkling
leadership of the Bears by lead
mentor, Pete Koma has brought the
student body many thrills and ct
team of which it may be proud.
Jess Williman - Under the pre-
cision leadership of Coach Iess Wil-
liman the future Bears piled up a
Arthur Flauto - Assistant coach,
Arthur Flauto's shrewd advice help-
ed pave the way to a successful
season for the Bears.
East 54 - Sharon 62
In the opener for East High, a classy Sharon five ousted the Bears in a
hard fought game. Giambattista was high with 19.
East 74 -Canton Central Catholic 56
Canton Central bowed down to the Bears, paced by lim Dellick with 36
markers when the latter won their first game of the year.
East 51 - Steubenville 55
Scoring heavily in the first quarter, the Bears from East couldn't hold
off a powerful big Red Rally in the final minute of play.
East 59 -- Hubbard 35
lim Dellick and Tom Clark featured as the Bears gained their second
victory of the year by overpowering the Hubbard Eagles.
East 53 - Toronto 67
A strong Toronto squad handed East its third loss of the season with a
decisive victory over the Bears, 67 to 53. High for East with 29 points was
East 65 - Struthers 51
Sparked by Iim Dellick and Tom Clark with 24 and 20 points respectively,
the Bears gained their third victory of the season by downing the Struthers
East 60 - Alumni 43
East High was offered little resistance from the Alurrmi as the Bears
showed superiority throughout the game.
East 43 - Niles 62
Niles Red Dragons copped their seventh tilt in a row when they added
the Bears to their string of victims.
sf Page Fifty-two B+
East 47 - Rayen 46
The entire screaming and shouting crowd was brought to their feet when
Tom Clark knotted the score with one second remaining to send the thriller
into overtime. Iim Dellick's foul shots provided the margin in the extra canto
as East won its city series debut.
East 68 -Ursuline 49 tNon-Leaguel
In what proved to be an excellent preview of the forthcoming city series
fray with the Irish, the Golden Bears pomped to a 68-49 victory at East's gym.
East 52 - Chaney 59
Holding a 47-40 lead after three quarters of play, the Bears were over-
taken by a spirited Chaney rally. Tom Clark led the East scoring attack
with 19 markers as the Bears suffered their first defeat of the city series.
East 59 - Memorial 44
Coach Korna cleared the bench in a game that proved an easy victory
after Memorial jumped off to an early 8-0 lead. Iim Dellick, with 25 points,
East 59 - South 57
lim Dellick had the nets on fire as he hooped 33 points to lead East to
a thrilling city series victory over a stubborn South five.
East 47-East Liverpool 46
Highly praised East Liverpool, who defeated top-ranking Ashland, was
upset by a spirited band of East Basketeers in a thrilling contest.
East 68 - Wilson 47
Paced by Iim Dellick, who hit the meshers for 38 points, the Komamen
moved a notch closer to another possible city championship by overpowering
a Wilson five.
East 78-Brookfield 52
Playing on even terms for the first half, the Golden Bear's big guns
opened up with a terrific scoring spree in the third period that clinched an
easy victory. Dellick and Giambattista meshed in 24 and 21 points respec-
East 40 - Ursuline 28
Ursuline's semi-freeze failed in the second half and the Bears rolled on
to their sixth straight victory with Dellick scoring 21 markers.
East 68 - Rayen 61
Holding a 45-36 half-time lead the Bears slowed down in the second half
to defeat the Rayen Tigers for the second time this season.
East 63 - North 39
East High ended their regular season with an easy victory over North
and the share of the City Championship. Iim Dellick led the way with 30
points followed by Magni with 18.
East 48 - Girard 53
After winning their last eight games and 13 out of 18 in the entire season
the "seeded" East quintet was ousted from Tournament play in the first game
by a mediocre Indian squad.
Seated on Floor, left to right: Managers S. Nuzzo, I. Boncikg seated on chairs. A. Traylor, W. Betts,
T. Clark, M. Giambatlsta, I. Dellick, R. Magni, P. Swaney, R. Sikora, R, Lewis: back row, Asst. Coach
Flauto, Manager, W. Lipka, L. Cannatti, G. Howell, W. Santor, M. Santor, D. Chelfo, Principal E. E.
Fell, Head Coach Pete Kama.
if Page Fifty-three 134-
,':" I4 '
emi' XM Num
XX Y 5 - Mcrncxger
E1 2 wi
'xx- 'N f
. X ,,. ,
A 'f' t
Tom Clark. Captain
t Row, left to right: P. Varey, D. Chetfo, D. Maqni, R. Swaney, R. Sikora, R. Lewis, l-lo
Strollo: last row, Coach A. Flauto, B. Santor, M. Santor, L. Cannatti, Asst. Principal B Ho
East High's Reserves ended their season with a successful record Alto-
gether the Flauto men had a total ot six wins and tive losses beating many
worthy foes. Also included in their record is a 80-15 romp over the all
East .......... 26 Sharon .............
East .... ..... 5 6 Canton C. Catholic ..
East .... ..... 4 8 Hubbard ...........
East .... ..... 4 2 Chaney ...........
East .... ..... 3 7 Brookfield . . .
East.. ...38 Niles
East .... ..... 3 0 Struthers ....
East .... ..... 6 1 Ursuline .......
East .... ..... 2 5 East Liverpool
East .... ..... 4 2 Rayen .......
East .......... 47 Memorial ....
East .... ..... 8 0 Seniors
4C-I Page Fifty-six li'-
.lr. High Basketball
Although the Cubs ended their season with six losses and only five wins
they showed that they had the will to win. Many of their defeats came in
close battles against strong opponents.
East .......... 41 Wilson .... . .
East .... .... 2 5 Chaney . . .
East .... .... 3 2 North .....
East .... .... 2 5 Princeton . . .
East .... .... 2 O Ursuline ......
East .... .... 5 5 North Iackson . . .
East .... .... 4 3 Wilson .....
East .... .... 4 2 Chaney . . .
East .... .... 2 8 Princeton . . .
East ..... .... 3 6 North . . .
East ..... .... 2 9 Hayes . . .
Cubs On the Way Up . . .
Front Row, sitting, left to right: L. Wylie, R. Guerrieri, B B tt B Ca D Lyn K W ci
S'eelgigf'i, E. Patterson: standing, Coach Williman. 1. Conge C B o I y E White G R 9
r. 9 .
44 Page Fifty-seven Br
Although they completed the season in third place, the Huntermen estab-
lished an impressive record in the Mahoning Valley League. The Golden
Bears won 38 and lost 25. Only Wilson and Struthers slipped in ahead of
them with 46-17 and 39-24 averages respectively. Ronnie Hannis, the
sparkplug of the team took top honors with a 170 average.
In the Doubles Tournament, East's Iim Del-Xngelo shared second place
honors with Iohn Horvath of Memorial. Struthers High took first place with
an impressive 1193 to Horvath's and DeAngelo's 1158.
In the Singles Tournament, East took second and third place honors with
Bob Mulholland and Ronnie Hannis posting 605 and 591 respectively. Iohn
Mayitech of Hayen edqed them out with 620.
Kneeling: R. Mulholland, R. 1-lannisg back row, R. Luce, I. DeAnqelo, I. Kernan, Iohn Hunter, coach,
and M. Minnie.
-251 Page Fifty-eight IES-
Bang! Strike! Spare! Down went the pins
as fourteen sports-minded "femmes" bowled
each Friday after school.
Under Miss Frances Sctmpson's direction,
averages were brought up and wood was
lst Row, left to right: I. LaPresta, M. Bevxlacquag 2nd row,
E. Draqhita, U. Rango, Miss Sampson, B. Mulholland, T. Giam-
petro, 3rd row, B. Kelley, P. Mahon, D. Easton, R. Jordan, C.
Pachell, R. Ossog not pictured-P. Rezek.
SATURDAY GIRLS' BOWLING TEAM
"Set 'em up!" was a familiar cry at the
the girls, under
it more competi-
into four groups,
Champion Bowling Alley as
the supervision of Mrs. Alice
ticed with the pins. To make
tive, and in order to pick the
feminine keglers were divided
Golden Bears, Pinetts, Bowlerettes, and T-Teens.
lst Row, left to right: D. O'Nesti, A. Cerimele, I. Poqhan: 2nd
row, T, Casey, N. Felton, P. DeCavltch, Mrs. Alice Archibald,
A. Ebyg 3rd row, N, Marsxcola, J. Caruso, S. Perline, D. Mur-
dich, F. Luce, 4th row, B. Laporous, F. Bataqlia, M. Elchuck,
D. Withlewicz, R. Martino.
+31 Page Fifty-nine kv
L A. A
Left to right: Iohn Hernandez, Bill Be ly
Santor, Nick Altiere, Lou Cannotti, and Iim L a ell th n fon
Roseanne Walley, a sophomore, has established herself as the first
East "femme" to vie for a golf position. She is eligible to take part in city
competition, but Ohio state scholastic laws forbid a woman to play in state
After a tough job of rebuilding last year, all the bag-totters of 1953 re-
turned to better their record of five wins and five losses. As runners-up to
Rayen last season in city competition, the boys again set their goal for the
city title and hoped to regain the state crown, won by the 1952 linksmen.
The Bears opened their schedule with New Castle at Stambaugh on April
21 and closed with the same team on May 12 at Castle Hills Country Club.
April 21 ...... New Castle .............. at Stambaugh
April 22 ...... Warren ..... .. .... at Stambaugh
April 26 ...... Ursuline .... .... a t Stambaugh
April 28 ...... Rayen .... .... a t Stambaugh
April 29 ...... Memorial .... at Stambaugh
April 30 ...... Chaney . .. .... at Stambaugh
May 3 ...... Ursuline .... .... a t Stambaugh
May 5 ...... Chaney . .. ...... at Stambaugh
May 6 ...... Warren .... at Trumbull C. C.
May 7 ...... Rayen ...... .......... a t Stambaugh
May ll ...... Memorial ............. at Hubbard C. C..
May 12 ...... New Castle ......... at Castle Hills C. C.
May 14 ...... District Tournament ......... at Ravenna
-'21 Page Sixty 13'-
E L.: X
X f ..f'-sl
-- f.. , W
I 9 5 +7
iff:-gf: 1.-?7- ' 1116.
il?-x X' e- --
Coach Iohn Hunter's veteran baseballers added
the City crown and the N.E.O. district tournament
championships to their laurel packed trophy case.
Backed by the superb pitching of Bill Drummond
and Don Cheffo: the Golden Bears lost only two
of eight outings before entering tournament play.
In the league opener, the Bears downed Wilson,
4-1, as Bill Drummond flung a no-hitter and tanned
13 President batters. At Howland, Drummond re-
lieved Turko in the third inning and hurled no-hit
ball to gain the victory.
Once again it was Bill Drummond in the spotlight
when he hurled a one-hitter to down Niles, 3-2 in
tournament play. Struthers' tournament hopes were
spoiled as East clubbed the Wildcats, 8-3, to gain
the N.E.O. district championship.
1. Left to right: I. Palermo
D. WllllGHlS, 2. L. Iordan, R
Hannis: 3. S. Nuzzo, I. Hunter
coach, 4. Kneeling, N. Flluta
W. Betts, R. Maqm, Standing
E. White, F. Anzelmo, I. Con
'I 6. Kneeling, R. Hessman, C
Gaineyg Standinq, R. Lewis, R
Snovak, T. O'Ne-ill, 7. Kneeling
D. Chello, G. Howell, D. Turkog
' Standing, A. Diana, I. Isabella
Marciano, W. Hupp.
.1 V tv, Q
qemlg 5. I. Katula, G. Harvey,
B. Drummond, R. Calcaqni, M.
full X I rl my 534'
1:. V! V, f 4 ' '
Elected By Us
We wish to congratulate our class officers, Ioe Bellino, president: Ursula
Rango vice-president' Carol Pachell secretary: and Mike Savko, treasurer:
on their successful efforts in guiding the class through the senior activities,
and making this year a pleasant and enjoyable one for us.
7 f .
'L' , 7 f, I X ' fl f
Q- ln" if 'A W ,X 17 frf,l,, A I Z
if if e-O5
K . 9 v .
-f - Jil X
MXN ' ' '
Lett to right: Carol Pachell, secre-
tary: Ioe Bellmo, president: Ursula
Rcmqo, vice-president, and Mike
lst Row, left to right: C. Pochell, I. Bellino, U. Ranqo, M. Savko, V. Fumi, N. Morucci, N. Hydos,
D. Easton: 2nd row, M. Tyson, E. Draqhitcr, P. Burke, S. Uqolmi, C. Datino, I. Bosco, A. Dando, T.
Nicholas, I. DePaul, P. Rezek, S. O'Neilg 3rd row, F. Rmaldo, E. Evanulk, G. Hagan, V. DeMc1rC0, R.
Hessmon, I. Kane, A. Yurcism, W. Betts, I. Caruso.
Top - A. Archibald, M. Lyden
Bottom - I. Hunter, I. Hogan
To Mrs. Alice Archibald, Mrs. Ieanette Hogan, and Messrs. Mike Lyden
and Iohn Hunter go the sincere thanks of the senior class for the time and
energy they gave to make this final year a successful one.
elif Page Sixty-three fi
. u .-', .,.,5,L,,
J, V N..
' 5.1. ' ,QQ 'J ..1
,. ., .fr , r
' .- 13:5-' 1 :PV If '- -.gg
, , as . , 0,
I A: I
1155 at , 1-fx? fab
1, 1' 'Q -Q19
' . . '- . 9.112-
' Qt ' fm -r .i, 535-31.
.- 1 .iff .
'1 QA -
"-'Lvl' X H". .fic A 1
"fi-' , , ,,f 5, ' 'l 1
' , ' 3 5: 1 4.
'ff: " T9 gf 1. 1 y cf,--'
11 f, -if' W 'r
ff. . :Q
'Qi xA ,. ', ff' 'ff ,:f
nfs. rim, ,g.i:f.
I 'v "f'- ' --.'.,-
' N I J'
-:.-r::, , ' -yiea, 11-.
V, '.3 l 'If .' --'-'....
f I ., ,.j1f.5Q' sf'-,ill-,Q
, 'z'L'::rj,, 5.,,fJ:' ' " gif'
. '-L1 ' f.'f-lr'v:-.""- f '.
1 ' ' -". --
. ' -1 'V I., ,A,'.,w. jf, A I. y
,- ,-. - If . ,gy .
' -. , ",:':".1' -'fv -3'
' 1- f.::,.- .--
. . 5 . , V, .ing
- ' -1 1--.',:'., . . '
. 1 ' ,, 55.419 4k.1f1L: n
' ' f - :r3:-713fy:4r1t2i-
' .nf .4:f:f-si:-. -
gr 4-3-:zpfw-'1-flffffo.. '
f 1 ' ' -. r if-'J A
t' L4 I1
'ij .f'f': f'..'51.z A.
- 1-its '1er,','....-.1
1 I -'- ' , '.:.qjf sew.-1.34351
- 1 1-jf!-:tf5 A-,-.134'. I '- '43
' I-" 4 "I Y"--c-.' - . ' -:.'31"'!". 72
,'5,?'4' 131 L? f, ' . '11',2-iffy 4-1""
Left to right: Nick Hyclos, Ursula Ranqo, Fabian Rin
Ioanne Lapresta, Ioe Bellino, Norma Morucci, Tom Wise
Phyllis Yannarella, Guy Stevens, Eleanor Bush, Pete Vi
Shirley O'Neil, Ioe Caruso, Eleanor Draghita, Dick Lyons,
Marie Thomas, Ralph Hessman, Merceda Porfilio, Mike S4
' ane Ca
Carol Pachell, Ray Galias, Marsha Morrow, lim K ,
For the third consecutive year the identity of
the king and queen of the class oi "54" was
kept secret until the night of the Annual Spring
Prom, at the Nu Elms Ballroom on May 28, with
music furnished by Shy Lockson and his or-
Twenty-four Prom attendants, members of
the senior class, and many spectators waited
anxiously for the main event of the evening,
the Coronation of the king and queen, which
took place at 10 P. M. Fabian Rinaldo was
crowned class king and Eleanor Bush class
queen. Then, to the sentimental music of
"Tender1y" the royal couple waltz-stepped
through a bower of beautiful red roses and
white carnations, joined by the Prom attend-
ants and members of the senior class. Thus
ended the royal ceremony for the class of "54"
Stride, Iirn Dellick, Carole Martin.
-all Page Sixty-four
-1:1 I 'I m
I IAAI .11 3 fit?
, Qi ,, -
Co-ed Get Together
After the Game
Hero Worship Startling News - Notice of Inheritance
A rib-tickling, red-hot, three-act comedy en-
titled "Cinderella Rose," the finished product of
Miss Alice Weber's Senior Dramatics Class,
was presented in the auditorium on March 31,
Miss Weber's expert casting put Donna Eas-
ton in the feminine lead as "Cinderella Rose,"
a wretched household slave who later became
Supporting cast included: E. Draghita, Rose's
beautiful but selfish cousin, Alayne: I. Malley,
Rose's henpecked Uncle Hiram: and R. Osso,
tyrannical Aunt Cassie: R. Galias as Ted Shan-
non, Cameron Co1lege's big football hero, who
sponges from his brother, Bob, an amateur
song writer played by Doug Bownas. Other
members were: S. DeChant, G. Hagan, P. Ma-
hon, I. Navarro, T. Wiseman, M. Savko, B.
Snyder, A. Dimitriou, D. O'Nesti, E. Lipka, I.
Hatfield, M. Pauschert, B. Mulholland, C. Pa-
chell, M. Bevilacqua, E. Bush, M. Morrow, I.
Fusillo, D. Fabiny, R. Iordan and I. Kernan.
E-TFF F 5? L ' x3
xi I. x
Color Com.. Announcement Com.
Y-Teens, Gift Com.
BARNES, ANNA M.
Y-Teens, Varsity Giit Com.
Service Com., Chairman.
BARONE, MARY V.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity Ir. Dramatics,
Civic Day, Prom Corn.
Latin Club, Electron Club, Lab Assistant, Color
Com., Scholarship Com.
BEDNAR. ROBERT M.
Football, Baseball, Cap and Gown Com.
Key Club, President, Class President, Hi-Y, Golf,
Capt., Prom Com., Choir, Student Council, Name
Card Com., Class Day Com., Advertising Com..
Social Com., Varsity Civic Day, Prom At-
BENNETT, CARRIE LEOLA
Reserve Football, Varsity Goli, Gift Com.
BERNARD, THERESA A.
'Dil Page Sixty-seven 131'
BETTS, WALTER L.
Tumbler, Ir. Hi Football, Varsity Football, Ir. Hi
Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Latin Club, Na-
tional Honor Society, Treas.
Scholarship Com., Typing Award, Ianus Stall,
Senior Choir, Operetta, Dramatics, Orchestra, Band,
Sales Com., Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Electrons, V.-Pres..
Latin, National Honor Society. Sec'y., Movie Ticket
Taker, Homecoming Attendent, Varsity "E," Home-
coming Com., Bowling, Civic Day, Sr. Play, Class
BEZZARRO. SAMUEL l.
Hi-Y, Ianus Staif, Goli, Latin Club, Civic Day,
BIANCO, MADELINE M.
Sr. Choir, Cap and Gown Com.
BISTRANSKY, ELISABETH A.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Latin Club. Bowling.
Sr. Choir, Civic Day, Gilt Com.
Color Com., Announcement Com.
Y-Teens, Service Com.
Hi-Y, Key Club, Varsity "E," Social Com., Student
Council, Advertising Com., Baseball, Civic Day,
Banquet Com., Class Day Com.
P. A. Operator, Movie Operator, Color Com., Class
Day Com. ,
Ir. Football, Varsity Football, Key Club. Hi-Y.
Latin Club, Monitor, Choir, Dramatics, Sr. Play,
Class Day Com.
Sr. Choir. Latin Club, Varsity Y-Teens, Tri-
Hi-Y, Name Card Com., Civic Day. National Honor
BRUNO, MARY A.
Choir, Typing Award, Student Council, Color Com..
Class Day Com.
BUCCIERI, ROBERT A.
Band, Electron Club, National Honor Society, Pub-
BUGNO, DELORES M.
Publicity Com., Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling, Varsity "E,"
Latin Club, Choir, Civic Day.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y. Social Com.. Sales Com.. Typing
Award, Office Duty. Noon Movies, Civic Day.
Prom Attendant, Sr. Play, Flower Com.
BUTLER, GERALD D.
Freshman Choir, Service Com.
CARUSO, l OE
Key Club. Hi-Y, Treas.. Baseball, Ir. Basketball,
Civic Day, Prom Attendant, Social Com.
CASCARELLI, ALFON SO
Ir. Football, Reserve Football, Varsity Football.
CASEY, MARY T.
Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling, Civic Day, Announcement Com.
CERIMELE, LARRY E.
Ir. Choir, Gift Com.
CHABAN, IOHN R.
Ir. Choir, Ir. High Basketball, Gilt Com.
-'Sf Page Sixty-nine
Choir, Tumbler. Octette, Student Council. Cate.
Monitor, Latin Club. Announcement Com.,Operetta,
Varsity "E," Choir, Typing Award. Y-Teens, Serv-
Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y, Civic Day,
Cap and Gown Com., Chairman.
CLAYPOOLE, RALPH E.
Reserve Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Decorat-
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity Sr. Choir, Typing
Awards, Ir. Dramatics, Student Council, Civic Day,
CORROTO, CHARLES A.
Electron Club, Band. Baseball. Social Com., Na-
tional Honor Society.
Football. Sr. Choir, Cate. Monitor. Octette, Song
National Honor Society. President, Hi-Y, Ianus
Staff, Latin Club. Civic Day, Prom Com., Class
Y-Teens, Latin Club, Varsity Sr. Choir, Deco-
DANDO, ANN MARIE
Sr. Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens. Varsity "E," Social
Com., Student Souncil, Civic Day.
, . .
' Q is
gg la g SN kx
SSN A E
:Q wg-zzxri '
Key Club, Varsity "E," Social Com.
Announcement Com., Flower Com.
DAVIDSON, CORA I.
Sr. Choir, Electron Club, Y-Teens, Decorating Com.
Hi-Y, Key Club, Band and Orchestra, Choir. Ir.
Basketball, Reserve Basketball, Decorating Com.,
DeCAVITCH, PATRICIA I.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling, Varsity "E," Choir,
Operetta, Typing Awards, Debating, National
Honor Society, Publicity Com., Chairman, Civic
DECHANT, SYLVIA A.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Ianus Stall, Electron Club, Latin
Club, Typing Award, Civic Day, Color Com., Sr.
DEL FRAINO, DELORES L.
Band, Freshman Choir, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Electron
Club, Latin Club, Student Council, Lab Assistant,
Ianus Stait, Dramatics, National Honor Society,
Civic Day, Decorating Com., Scholarship Com.
DELLICK. I IM
Football, Basketball. Baseball. Band, Hi-Y, Vice-
Pres., Key Club, National Honor Society, Civic
Day, Prom Attendant, Cap and Gown Com.
DeMARCO, VELETIA R.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Social Com., Sr. Choir, Band and
Orchestra, Varsity "E," Operetta, Typing Awards,
Ir. High Football, Reserve Football, Hi-Y, Class
Basketball, Football Manager, Service Com.
Y-Teens, Choir, Typing Awards, Varsity "E," Tri-
Hi-Y, Service Com.
Majorette, Social Com., Advertising Com., Varsity
"E." Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Clinic Duty, Choir, At-
tendance Reporter, Civic Day.
Movie Operator, Cap and Gown Com.
DERAMO, ANTHONY T.
Hi-Y, Electron Club, Ianus Stall, Latin Club, Choir,
Civic Day, National Honor Society, Prom Com.
DeVITO, MARIE A.
Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary, Y-Teens, Varsity "E." Movie
Ticket Taker, Typing Awards, Civic Day, Banquet
Y-Teens. Tri-Hi-Y, Freshman Choir, Ir. Dramatics,
Varsity "E," Movie Ticket Seller, Shorthand
Awards, Civic Day, Sr. Play, National Honor So-
ciety, Song Com.
DONOFRIO, RALPH E.
Student Council, Class Day Com.
DONOFRIO, THOMAS A.
Hi-Y, Civic Day, Service Com.
Baseball, Gilt Com.
DRABITSKI, BARBARA M.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Civic Day. Publicity Com.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Latin Club. Student Council,
Varsity "E," Freshman Choir, Bowling, Social
Com., Ianus Stall, Echo, Co-editor, Sales Com.,
Dramatics, Attendance Collector, Homecoming
Com., National Honor Society. Civic Day, Sr. Play,
DRUMMOND, WILLIAM A.
Football, Baseball, Service Com.
Varsity Football, Song Com.
National Forensic League, Pres., National Honor
Society, Social Com.. Co-chairman, Varsity "E,"
Advertising Com., Chairman, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y,
Homecoming Attendent. Ianus Staff, Varsity De-
bate Team, Latin Club, Sec'y. and Pres., Student
Council, Sec'y. and Pres., Electron Club, Speech
Awards, Echo. Dramatics, Homecoming Com.,
Bowling, Civic Day, Sr. Play, Prom Com., Class
-it Page Seventy-one Fl'-
Office Worker, Color Com.
ELLIS. I AMES
Debating, Social Com., Hi-Y, Civic Day.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Choir, Dramatics,
Typing Awards, Stenography Awards, National
Honor Society, Civic Day, Sr. Play, Song Com.
FALLAT, WILLIAM A.
Sr Choir, Typing Award, Banquet Com.
FELDE, IOHN I.
Tumbler, Choir, Dramatics, Ianus Stafi, Electron
Club, Varsity "E," Publicity Com.
Y-Teens, Color Com.
FELTON, NANCY I.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling, Ianus Staff, Varsity
Operetta, Choir, Debating, Typing Awards,
National Honor Society, Homecoming Com., Civic
Day, Publicity Com.
Dramatics, Typing Awards, Color Com., Banquet
FERRAN TE, BENNY L.
Band, Hi.Y, Student Council, Civic Day, Publicity
Key Club, Hi-Y, Choir, Basketball, Social Com.,
Varsity "E," Civic Day.
FREEMAN, IAMES M.
Latin Club, Sr. Choir, Boys' Octette, Operetta,
Electron Club, Name Card Com., Class Day Com.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Sales Com., Social Com.. Sr.
Choir, Noon Movies, Office Duty, Clinic Duty,
Dramatics, Student Council, Civic Day.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Dramatic Club, Choir, Typing
Awards, Shorthand Awards, National Honor So-
ciety, Sr. Play, Civic Day, Prom Com.
Key Club, Pres., Hi-Y, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Program Seller, Civic Day, Sr. Play, Prom Atten-
dant, Prom Com.
GALLO, MARY ANN
Choir, Announcement Com.
Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Iunior Football,
Band. Student Council, Service Com.
GARONE, PATRICIA A.
Sr. Choir, Varsity "E," Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Civic
Day, Banquet Com.
GAY. AMELIA A.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Senior Choir, Typ-
ing Awards, Service Com., Sales Com.
Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Sr. Choir, Band, Clinic Duty,
Typing Award, Name Card Com., Civic Day.
Sr. Choir, Operetta, Librarian, Student Council,
Typing Award, Cap and Gown Com.
GRACE, WILLIAM E.
Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Iunior Foot-
ball, Baseball, Iunior Basketball, Service Com.
-if Page Seventy-three 1'3"
, iss- 5: - wx xi- avsgfgr: ,
. N, Q. ,, by s J
.aa 'MQ ., w
FSF! X x . " A
f 1 I.: ' , f. 'Q
Janus Staii, Co-editor, Varsity "E," Advertising
Com.. Name Card Com., Chairman, Iunior Foot-
ball, Reserve Football, Varsity Football. Cap and
Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain, Y-Teens, National Honor So-
ciety, National Forensic League, Varsity Forensic
League, Varsity Debate Team, Debate Club, Sec'y.,
Social Com., Varsity "E," Dramatics, Civic Day,
Sr. Play. Class Day Corn.
Sr. Choir, Publicity Com.
Baseball, Banquet Com.
HATFIELD, JOAN L.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Dramatics, Li-
brarian, Typing Award, Civic Day, National Honor
Society, Prom. Com., Sr. Play.
HESSMAN, RALPH D.
Social Com., Band, Orchestra, Prom Attendant.
Class Day Com., Y-Teens, Choir.
HOEHNLE, GLADYS F.
Social Com., Chairman, Key Club, President, Ad-
vertising Com., Co-Chairman, Echo Staff, National
Forensic League, Sr. Choir, Boys' Octette, Spring
Operetta, Dramatics, Prom Attendant, Class Day
Dramatics, Choir, Tumbler, Decorating Com.
-if Page Seventy-five
INFANTE, MARY LOU
Movie Ticket Taker, Cale. Monitor, Y-Teens, Choir.
Service Com.. Song Com.
IOHNSON, ANNIE I.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Varsity "E," Sales Com., Chair-
man, Latin Club, Student Council, Bowling, Ir.
Choir, Echo Staff, Dramatics, Sr. Play, Civic Day.
Hi-Y, Social Com., Varsity "E," Civic Day, Prom
KELLY. BARBARA J.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Sr. Choir, Bowling
Team. Oiiice Duty. Advertising Com., Civic Day,
KERNAN, JAMES I.
Key Club, Treasurer, Hi-Y, National Honor So-
ciety, Football, Captain, Bowling. Captain, Elec-
tron Club, V.-Pres., Student Council, Sr. High
Football, Sr. Play, Scholarship Com.
KIMLA. JOHN P.
Ir. Choir, Service Com.
Varsity "E," Advertising Com.. Flower Com.
KNIGHT, BEVERLY I.
Y-Teens, Sr. Choir. Decorating Com.
KRAYSETS, BETTY A.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Civic Day, National Honor So-
ciety, Banquet Com.
KRPICAK, FRANK I.
Janus Staff, Baseball, Key Club, Hi-Y, Choir, Elec-
tron Club, Civic Day. Flower Com.
KUHN. IOHN F.
Sr. Choir, Announcement Com.
LAMBERT, MARY L.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Decorating Com,
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teen, Secretary, Varsity Civic
Day, Decorating Com.
Electrons, Sr. Choir, Flower Corn.
Tri-Hi-Y. Y-Teens, Bowling Team, Varsity Ir.
Dramatics, Student Council, Typing Award, Sales
Com., Ir. Choir, Civic Day, Prom Attendant. Ban-
LESHNACK, CATHERINE A.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Choir, Varsity Stu-
dent Council. Civic Day, Color Com.
National Honor Society. Band, Orchestra. Latin
Club. Electron Club, Ianus Staff, Scholarship Com.
LIPKA, ELAINE F.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Varsity National Honor So-
ciety. Librarian, Dramatics, Shorthand Awards,
Civic Day. Sr. Play, Banquet Com.
LLOYD, PAUL M.
LONGO, I OE
Sr. Choir, Varsity Ir. High Football, Prom At-
tendant, Cap and Gown Com.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Civic Day, Gitt Com.
Baseball, Varsity Basketball, Hi-Y, Orchestra,
Civic Day, Color Com.
MAHON. PATRICIA H.
Y-Teens, Dramatics, Latin Club, Senior Play, Bowl-
ing Team, Sec.-Treas. Electron Club, National
Honor Society, Announcement Com.. Class Day
MALLEY, I OHN
Typing Award, Shorthand Award, Cap and Gown
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Ianus
Statt, Echo Stott, Editor in Chief, Homecoming At-
tendant, Ir, Choir, Ir. Dramatics, Varsity "E."
Latin Club. Homecoming Com., Chairman. Prom
Com., Prom Attendant.
MARTINO, ROSE MARIE
Student Council, Latin Club, Bowling Team, Tri-
Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Sr. Choir, Civic Day, Gilt Com.
MASCARELLA, IOANN M.
Y-Teens, Color Com.
MASHISKA. ROBERT W.
Band. Service Com.
MAUERMAN, I OANNE
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Sales Com., Ir. Choir, Ir. Dra-
matics, Typing Award. Varsity "E," Office Duty,
Flower Com., Student Council.
Band. Gilt Com.
.... 5. .
x :sw A W
, , EY ' 8
- f 5
- ..,.., rf i..
A,A. :.E. . ,
f " Q
" - z..'::G:' 1-.ff
1 i E
.- ' ,E
., but .W .. I
55. K 5
ws Q X
Z., .. :
F Q if ,
Freshman Choir, Giit Com.
McGINNIS, MARY ALICE
Sr. Choir, Y-Teens, Publicity Com.
Y-Teens, Gift Com.
Class Basketball, Class Football, Gitt Com.
Latin Club, Service Com.
MINNIE, MICHAEL I.
Bowling Team, Service Com.
Basketball, Service Com.
Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Banquet Com.
MORROW. MARSHA L.
Y-Teens, Varsity Student Council, Sec.-Treas.,
National Honor Society. Social Com.. Sr. Dramatics,
Prom Attendant, Sr. Play.
Y-Teens, Varsity "E," Advertising Com., Sr. Choir,
Latin Club, Social Com., Office Duty, Prom At-
MROSKO, MILDRED M.
Y-Teens, Cosmo. Club, Announcement Com., Flower
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Typing Awards.
Office Duty, Advertising Com., Flower Com., Ir.
Choir, Library Duty, Bowling, Student Council.
Civic Day, Sr. Play, Decorating Com., Chairman.
IVIURAR, MARY ANN R.
Y-Teens, Office Duty, Announcement Com., Flower
NAVARRO, IOSEPH P.
Dramatics, Electrons, Varsity "E," National For-
ensic Leaque, Ianus Staii, Program Seller, Ad-
vertising Com., Latin Club, Ianus Photographer,
Sr. Play, Prom Com., Class Day Com., Chairman.
NICHOLAS, TULA I.
Iournalism Award, Choir, Debating, Echo Staii,
Ianus Staff, National Forensic League, Varsity "E,"
President, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Service Chairman,
Social Com.. Sales Com., Student Council, Class
Night Com., Homecoming Com., Bowling, Civic Day.
Sr. Choir, Student Council, Color Com.
Ir. Hi Football, Reserve Football, Baseball, Foot-
ball Manager, Baseball Manager, Basketball Man-
ager, Service Com.
Y-Teens, Clinic Duty, Cap and Gown Com.
OLSON, CAROL A.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Oiiice Worker, Varsity "E,"
Civic Day, Banquet Com.
O'NEIL, SHIRLEY F.
Sr. Choir, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Social Com., Cheer-
leader, Captain, Varsity Homecoming Queen,
Civic Day, Prom Attendant.
O'NESTI, DOLORES ANN
Y-Teens. Tri-Hi-Y, Sr. Choir, Dramatics, Oiiice
Worker, Varsity "E," Civic Day, Banquet Com.
ORLANDO, MARY E.
Y-Teens, Sr. Choir, Color Com.
Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, World Fellowship. Chairman,
Latin Club, Vice President, National Honor Society.
Sr. Choir, Dramatics, Varsity "E," Noon Movie
Ticket Taker, Bowling, Captain, Ianus Stall, Ad-
vertising Com., Typing Awards, Homecoming
Com., Scholarship Com., Chairman, Civic Day, Sr.
Play, Electrons, President, Class Day Corn.
-if Page Seventy-nine F24-
ff xi! 5
PACHELL, CAROL I.
National Honor Society, National Forensic League.
Sr. Class Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y, President, Y-Teens,
Varsity Sr. Choir, Latin Club, Sec'y., Electron
Club. Operetta, Advertising Com., Debate Club.
Program Seller, Bowling, Dramatics, Sr. Play, Civic
Day, Prom Attendant, Prom Com.
PANGIO, MARY LOUISE
Y-Teens, Sr. Choir, Song Com.
Cap and Gown Com.
Choir, Dramatics, Tri-Hi'Y, National Forensic
League, Varsity Y-Teens Typing Awards.
Civic Day, Sr. Play, National Honor Society. Prom
PAYNE, GRACE L.
Y-Teens, Librarian, Varsity "E," Service Com.
Office Duty, Movie Ticket Taker, Student Council,
Sr. Choir, Publicity Com.
PEAKE, CLAUDIA C.
Office Duty, Librarian, Y-Teens, Operetta, Sr.
Choir, Prom Com.
Song Com., Librarian.
Electron Club, Y-Teens, Varsity Choir, Gift
Choir. Attendance Collector, Shorthand Award, Na-
tional Honor Society, Decorating Com., Class Day
PONTINO, ANNA M.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Majorette, Typing Award. Movie
Ticket Seller, Library Assistant, Dramatics, Cadet.
Attendance Reporter, Choir, Varsity Ianus
Staff, Class Color Com., Chairman, Civic Day.
-if Page Eightyeone
PORFILIO, MERCEDA M.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Sr. Choir, Varsity Social
Com., Library Assistant. Typing Award, Shorthand
Award, Cadet, Civic Day, Prom Attendant.
Hi-Y, Ir. High Football, Varsity Football, Ir. High
Basketball, Civic Day, Cap and Gown Com.
RAN GO, URSULA
Y-Teens, Pres, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity Social Com.,
Sr. Class, Vice Pres., Choir, Bowling, Latin Club,
Advertising Com., Civic Day, Prom Attendant.
Social Com., Advertising Com., St. Choir, Varsity
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling, Civic Day.
Key Club. Social Com., Ir. High Football, Varsity
Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball,
Hi-Y, Civic Day, Prom Attendant.
Ir. Choir, Gift Corn.
RUDLOFF, CARL IOSEPH
Ianus Staff, Photographer, Pictures, Banquet Com.
Y4Teens. Librarian, Ticket Taker, Cadet, Decorat-
Hi-Y, Civic Day, Cap and Gown Com.
Hi-Y, Student Council, Varsity Football, Civic Day,
Hall Monitor, Y-Teens, Electron Club, Latin Club.
fY . 3g?f! ' w
..:. ,...V D I g
Traylor, I .
Hi-Y, Varsity "E," Namecard Com., Civic Day.
Ir. Choir. Office Duty. Song Com.
SAVKO. MICHAEL I.
Hi-Y, Electron Club, Pres., Sr. Class, Treas., Latin
Club, Dramatics. Social Com., Civic Day, Prom At-
tendant, Prom Com.
Sr. Choir, Y-Teens, Color Com.
Choir, Ir. Dramatics, Y-Teens, Gilt Com.
SCHENGELI, AGNES M.
Ticket Seller, Office Worker. National Honor So-
ciety. Flower Com.
Civic Day, Tri-Hi-Y, Gift Com.
Choir, Y-Teens, Operetta. Clinic Duty, Office Duty.
Typing Award. Cap and Gown Com.
Latin Club, Band, Cap and Gown Com.
Y-Teens, Electron Club. Dramatics,-Sr. Play, An-
STEVENS, GUY V.
Varsity Football, Reserve Football. Prom Attendant,
Cap and Gown Com.
Sales Com., Banquet Com., Chairman, Varsity
"E," Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Vice Pres., Latin Club. De-
bating, Sr. Choir, Civic Day. Prom Attendant. Na-
tional Honor Society.
-if Page Eighty-three
Movie Tickets, Office Duty, National Honor Society,
National Honor Society, Student Council, Ianus
Staff, Editor, Baseball, Band, Orchestra, Latin Club,
Key Club. Prom Com., Class Day Com.
Hi-Y, Movie Operator, Prom Com.
TESTA, RICHARD C.
Baseball, Service Com.
THEODORE, EUGENE A.
Hi-Y, Latin Club. Electron Club, Civic Day, Na-
tional Honor Society, Decorating Com.
THOMAS, ANNA MARIE
Debate Club. Sr. Prom Com., Chairman. Choir.
Latin Club, Varsity "E," Tri-Hi-Y, Treas., Y-Teens,
Sales Com., Civic Day. Prom Attendant.
THORPE, IAMES N.
Band, Ir. High Basketball, Service Com.
TIMPSON, L. I.
TRAYLOH, ANTHONY H.
Varsity Basketball. Reserve Basketball, Ir. Basket-
ball, Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Ir. Foot-
ball, Choir Service Com., Song Com.
Hi-Y, Baseball, Basketball. Civic Day. Song Com.
Y-Teens, Sales Com., Varsity "E," Typing Awards,
Y-Teen Basketball. Service Com., Song Com.
, , uuuz
1 b g
f5:?wZ,5???,h ey his WW.
www W .
mf ' X -
nw mtg, .3 1n,..g.,,-,,f. 1 . V
' f, !
' , . '
gy . f: -
is-:X -. Y
' Page Eiqhiyffour
TYSON, MARY R.
Y-Teens, Treas., Latin Club. V. Pres., National For-
ensic League, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Choir. Electrons,
Social Com., Debating. National Honor Society.
Civic Day. Sales Com.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling. Varsity "E," V. Pres.,
Social Com., Class Day Com.
Reserve Football, Prom Attendant, Gilt Com..
VIONA, WILMA ANN
WALKER, CHARLES I.
Ir. High Basketball, Service Com.
Y-Teens. Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club. Senior Choir, Flower
Com., Program Seller, Varsity
WHITE, BETTY IEAN
WHITE, THEODORE W.
WILKES, RALPH R.
Hi-Y, Ir. Football, Ir. Basketball, Key Club, Flower
WILLIAMS, DONALD E.
Varsity Football, Reserve Football, Ir. Football,
Choir, Baseball. Service Com.
WISEMAN, THOMAS L.
Picture Com., Chairman, Key Club, Sec'y., Key
Club, Lt. Governor, 14th Div., Hi-Y, Ir. High Bas-
ketball, Freshman Choir, Ir. Choir, Boys' Octette.
Varsity Dramatics, Sr. Play. Prom Attendant.
Prom Com., Class Day Com.
+2-1 Page Eighty-five F11-
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y. Varsity "E," Football Ticket
Seller, Office Worker, Cheerleader. Bowling.
Name Card Com., Co-chairman, National Honor
Society. Absence Slip Collector, Choir, Noon Movie
Ticket Seller, Typing Awards. Librarian, Civic Day.
YAKOTICH. PATRICIA A.
Y-Teens, Varsity "E," Typing Award, Shorthand
Award, Ianus Staff, Social Com.. Advertising Com.,
Decorating Com.. Class Song Com.. Chairman.
YANNARELLA, PHYLLIS C.
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Varsity Majorette, Typing
Awards. Choir. Dramatics, Ianus Stait, Announce-
ment Com., Chairman. Movie Ticket Seller, At-
tendance Rep., Library Assistant, Class Day Com.,
Civic Day. Prom Attendant.
Y-Teens. Clinic Duty, Service Com.
ZUZAN, GUNNAR I.
Latin Club. Electron Club. Class Day Com.
ESQ. xf 'Y'
l if it
2wa ,: f
xx K W1 ,I
a f '
fl: t '
' f, +
., 'fy x ,. ,'
7' 'l V5, 5-
' Q ' "-'HP 01
41:4 Rx rr?
si, N ,
N tx Mt,
1 ,' H wx
+ X f
5'Pf43g9v'9s lf-TE Q I
. I , .
Most Polite - Tom Wiseman, Anna Marie
Most Intelligent - Gayle Hagan, Iim Kernan
Most Popular - Ursula Rango, Iim Guerrieri
Most Attractive - Eleanor Bush, Guy Stevens
Best Dressed - Ray Galias, Ioann Lapresta
Most Talented-Delaney Clardy, Carol Pachell
Most Dramatic - Tom Wiseman, Donna Eas-
ton, Ioe Navarro
I I' 4 x f lt: Ql,l' f1,t3f v +
-r ff If
Most Versatile- Carole Martin, Nick Hydos
Most Witty - Dick Lyons. Sylvia Ugolini
Nicest Personality - Ursula Rango, Ioe Caruso
Most Poised - Mike Savko, Tula Nicholas, Ray
Best Dancers - Steve Abraham, Virginia Fumi
Most Athletic - Iim Dellick, Dot Wydick Knot
if Paqe Eighty-six lar
SNWW Af tv in 2
- 'J . gtiifwdj if
K ' Qmmf Q
X X J
x x f
i?f?' , -, F
Q1 ' ww' 4
... .xv ,.
I. W. Smith was known to many East
Siders as a true friend and great man.
Mr. Smith came to East High from Lin-
coln Elementary in 1926. Under his lead-
ership, East became known throughout our
city and state for excellence in scholarship
About I. W. Smith, it can truly be said.
"Gladly would he learn, and gladly teach."
our tribute to a great man.
xi , -
aff fm W n ez..
ff Q. M, W
I Page Eighty-eight P
Missing From Faculty 1953 - '54
Miss Sarah Lewis, well known history teacher, retired at the end of the
Iune 1953 term. Miss Lewis came to East in 1940 from Hayes Iunior High
Miss Mildred Ioslyn retired from the faculty in Iune 1953. She had
been a senior sewing teacher for 26 years. Miss Ioslyn came to East from
Miss Ann Lavine, who had been a member of the faculty since 1928,
left East to teach English at Youngstown College. Miss Lavine came to East
from Todd Elementary School.
Miss Sarah Leonard, sewing teacher and member of the faculty since
1941, resigned at the close of the second semester. She was married to Mr.
I. H. Huntt in September and is living in Columbiana.
I Page Eighty-nine P
oH1o AUTO BODY
MALLOY AND NESPECA, INC
45 Madison Ave.
-if Page Ninety
IF SO . . . you're sure to warm
up to the greatest furnace
invention in 29 years-
Regulairef. It regulates the
flow of warm air from the
Perfection Superfex Furnace
so accurately that cold ankles,
cold floors, are eliminated, even
in homes without basements.
Regulaired' plus Perfection's
variable 3-stage fire automati-
cally delivers continuous com-
fort, stops wasted heat at the
ceiling, cuts fuel bills by
Phone now for more information about
with ' W
M 81 M SHEET METAL CO.
Roofing. Spouting. Furnaces
Sheet Metal Work
RI 4 3722
-if Page Ninety-one
my! how you've
you are, ready
Rayon and Fifth
Youngstown 3, Ohio
if Page Ninety-two Er
40 Hubbard Rd.
-if Pcrqe N iy-three fif-
ADOLPH JOHNSON 81 SON CO.
661 Wick Ave.
Associated General Contractors of America
Skill Integrity Responsibility
-if Page Ninety-four E4-
Tlme to 34 fy, lf' ,fs ,oo -AQ, l
1 wo' Q,
Mark Your 112.5 2 9, Q-el, .:
iz f.: ,A sy 6 fgve.
2 1 0 9 "fl 7155" X
Success my I y .
I 22? .' X!-X - x
- and wish
to the Class of '54
Iewelers Since 1877 Federal at Hazel
FOR THE NEW
there's nothing like a look at the Prudential Dollar
Guide. It will help you see your present life insur-
ance needsg help you see why it is smart to begin
your life insurance program early-taking care of
needs as they arise.
To see how our Dollar Guide can help you, call
Iohn W. McConnell KE-4-3212
William H. Crosbie ST-8-9787
Iohn Passella RI-6-1830
The Prudential Insurance Company of America
if i A ,
M4 A mutual life insurance company
GD Incorporated by the State of New Jersey
Page Ninety-five fif-
We've come so far from the Little Red School. . . the place
Grandpa left to go out into the world. The simple training that
he acquired in that oneroom building of long ago was SO vastly
different from yours! Education has leaped right along with the
hurried advance of science and industry. . . and youth has
discovered complexities early . . . so early that some of the most
startling finds in the world of invention today have come from
the minds of the very young.
Take the vast store of wisdom that these years of study have
given you. Take it right on to new fields of knowledge . . . to
college, to business, to the career you choose. Remember that
most knowledge has been recorded in books . . . so continue to
study, continue to work towards GREATER heights of perfection.
Our best wishes go with you all of the Wayl
the store that Youngstown built . . . still building with Youngstown
STAR BOTTLING WORKS
Squirt Dad's Root Beer
122 N. Lane Ave. Phone Rl-3-8419
-if Page Ninety-six H+
Best Wishes Class of 1954
The future is in your hands.
Fifth and Rayen Avenue
Youngstown 3, Ohio
-if Page N tyeseven F21-
for a Successful Future!
JAMES J. YANNARELLA
91 N. Truesdale Ave.
Flowers For All Occasions
-'El Page N ty eight
Compliments and Best Wishes
to the Graduating Class of Iune 1954
Tasty Italian Breads
Congratulations Class of '54!
So neigh is grandeur to our dust,
So near is God to man,
When duty Whispers low, "Thou must!"
The youth replies, "I can."
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
STROUSS - HIRSHBERUS
Youngstown's Dependable Store Since 1875
-if Page N ty-nine 12+
BROWN'S DRUG STORES
For Reliable Prescription Service
Now at Three Locations:
1841 Oak Street 2000 Canfield Road
Phone Rl-4-54l8 Phone ST-2-6716
5106 Southern Blvd.
YOUR FUN AND
Upon Your Health
Is the Greatest of All
Body Building Foods
Best Wishes to
Class of '54
209 W. Boardman St.
lack Zizzo Rl-4-2474
Hughes Stores, Inc.
118 East Federal St. 118
Sanitary Food Market
Open for Inspection
at All Times
Charles G. Burrows
208 W. Front St.
Phone Rlverside 3-3286
Moore Sl Moore
Phone ST-2-1125 100 E. F1orida
Alex Ugolini. Sr.
We Want You To Call Us
More and More
Alex Ugolini, Ir.
121 E. Royen Avenue
-if One Hundred Orme
for High School Students
1504 Stewart Ave.
Fittings 3 Weeks Prior
to Date of Rental
Pennsylvania Gas Furnaces
Roofing and Spouting
Sheet Metal Work
Ferrara Heating Co.
1530 Oak Street
Phones: RI-4-0708 H R1-3-2869
Your Planning is Over
Your Future Shall Begin!
815 Albert Street
Open on Week Days-
8 to ll o'clock
Open on Sunday-
8 to 10 o'clock
Oak St. at Lansdowne Blvd.
One Hundred Two I-2+
Glasgow Tailors, Inc.
312 W. Federal St.
and Best Wishes to the
Graduating Class of 1954
Get S 6. H Green Stamps
Best of Luck to the
Class of 1954
31 N. Champion St.
Try the Delicious Sandwiches
and Dinners Served at
20 Bus Arcade LUNCHEQNETTB
Since 1911 N. Champion St.
The Club Riviera
CForrnerly Ritz Barl
Dancing Friday and Saturday
Polka Night Wednesday
See A1 or Andy on Your
Next Party or Banquet
750 Wilson Ave.
The Elms Ballroom
529 Elm Street
L. A. Cavalier, Ir.. Manager
Hundred Three E1-
Crispy Potato Chips
"The Only Chip Made
in Youngstown, Ohio"
107 N. Hine St.
VIC and SYL'S
Curb Service and
Corner Rt. 422 and Iacobs Rd.
Next to Bernard Airport
Open 7:30 a.rn. to 1:00 a.m.
Class of '54l
I ACKSON GARAGE
General Auto Repairs
Battery and Electric Service
1503 Albert St.
Phone Rlverside 7-8063
COLLINS COFFEE CUP
1029 Albert Street
Open 6:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.rn.
Best Wishes from
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Youngstown's Most Modem
Learn All the Latest Steps
at Rates YOU Can Afford!
19 Wick Ave. Rl-4-5079
ZIDIAN 'S MARKET
1266 Wilson Ave.
Phone Rlverside 3-8613
Schaefer Music Shoppe
Musical Instruments Accessories
Sheet Music, Instruction, Books, Supplies
Guaranteed Instrument Repairing
409-10-ll-12 Keith-Albee Bldg.
Phone Rl-3-4605 Res. RI-3-2803
MUSIC - The Universal Language
Est. 1900 Rl-3-0200
221 E. Federal St.
+3 One I-lun
Congratulations and Good Luck
to the Class of '54
Members of the
HUB ATHLETIC CLUB
924 Oak St. Youngstown
1904 Oak St.
John F. D1'Ullll11011d
Gas and Oil Batteries
Tires - Tubes - Accessories
Corner Oak and Early Rd.
To the Class of 1954-
Congratulations on Your
Success to You in the Future!
The Paz Bah
Ioe Paz. Proprietor
-if One Hundred Five Ef-
MIKE SKEHILL'S BAR
Gloria and Iohn
1024 Wilson Ave.
Music Friday cmd Sat. Nites
Meet Your Friends at the
Corner Oak ond Garland
Philip Aniicorelli, Prop.
1236 Eofst High Ave.
1502 Parker St. Phone RI-3-3412
PAT'S SHOE REPAIRING
1359 Rigby Street
for the NEWEST, the BEST. the
UNUSUAL in Living Room
Furniture and Carpeting
AMOCO Gas and Oils
Lubrication and Car Washing
1203 Rigby Street
Youngstown 8, Ohio
-'Cf One Hundred Six H4-
1019 W'i1son Ave.
ACME BARBER SHOP
946 Oak st.
Get Clipped or Trimmed
by Dick or lim
Richard I.oSasso lim Cuccarono
Compliments of Compliments of
SLAVIN F1 , ,t B
DRY CLEANING 0161106 b HP
1836 Oak SL 1341 Oak St.
Phone Rlverside 3-4797 "1"'e"Ce Subu Am' PNP'
Gas and Oil Batteries RIP TIDE BAR
Tires - Tubes - Accessories
Corner Albert and
McGuffey Rd. 700 Albert St.
Open Evenings and Sundays
1831 McGuffey Rd. RI-3-3347
1029 Wilson Ave.
One Day Service
+21 One Hundred Seven Fe
BLUE MOON CAFE
Try Our Famous Hot Dogs
Toni and Lee's
ITALIAN FOOD SHOP
Specializing in Pizza
1407 Oak St.
151.7 Ri b St Phone Rl-4-2320
Phone Lenora Chepglcgplggiinjtte Colabria
Good Luck to the
Class of "54"
335 N. Walnut
BLUE JAY CAFE
1049 Rigby sf.
Phones: Riverside 4-1438 - 3-5555
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
Imported Cheese - Olive Oil
Domestic Fruits and Vegetables
Flour and Macaroni
330-332 Summit Ave., Youngstown, Ohio
LORETTA I. FITCH
Weddings - Funeral Flowers
Corsages - Potted Plants
Prompt Delivery Service
on Rt. 422 past SKYHI Drive-in
Youngstown-New Castle Road
l7 Adams St.
Beautify Your Home
with Original Hand-Sculptured
GUS C. IOHNSON, IR.
704 Glacier Heights Road
Phone SWeetbriar 9-6424
Hundred Eight E+
SUNOCO Service Station
Corner of Rigby ond Wilson
1804 Oak St.
Groceries cmd Produce
Iohn Sevi Paul Smcldino
Store Hours 9 to 9 Daily
Mobilgas cmd Oil
1405 Rigby St.
1216 Wilson Ave. cxt Gorlornd
RAY WELLS, Registered Pharmacist
1361 oak st.
RITZ AUTO BODY I. R. Burns. Proprietor
PAINT SHOP THE RIGBY
Iohn Ritz Phone R1-7-2665
Comer Ook and Euclid
1235 Rigby Street
Phone Riverside 4-0438
d Nine lil?
1- QLQJVQ if
0 A MW ffl Af
jl l vff , ,N f l
f JV :AB U J Best Wishes from Congrcrhxlations
My WHITE OWL CAFE to all Graduates from
,MX 1760 Wilson AV SCHWEBEL BAKING co.
Y fl I
W YO OWU' Ohm 965 E.Mid1othicm h ST-8-6508
STOP and SHOP
C pumems of s Q of Bene: Eats
A FRIEND 1216 M k St. RI-4-5391
Wfflflllfw l Mr lk
WV 0 ff l 2 l ell e
WW wg ,J
Q W l X2
jg, X gllfw
be 5 57
in ff3g,Q W+f
FW W fA66f,Q,,U,Z4f4LffM4
' Q 4 lag 2544
wigg if f
aff, Q 'if
1 . Q
W iii Q f
L ' A MWAAEWZL0
5 2 ,
az, cLlfcf1fwfl'4'f ,
6-ffg p Sf, !!bZ4 'ma 5
cf ff 17 f7L7""
K 4 567WGL H
arp fztlgilf, r -l-!f vfict ,i ily! in X
A5 47' , 1 Cf' ffl V X ,Y
x tif", fa ' ! ?f Ky fjgf' 71' 'f K
It., I Aw, lL -fm? R
1 - m ' I ' U'
1 fu! 7 'Di,?5o"gJ,, 1417, rv' '
f 1' ff ""' 77' w'U'
L i 4 1 J -jgjbl? w-ffflf Q!
I. ,iff JV' s 1h'n'r 'A-Jllslnfihl V
A qv U . yum? ,tl If ,
1 .1 if-'ff ' "V A'
7-gf Lfvvr-f "VV L!"i'j 'Kira
i A .
W 1,256 low 04,-,-Aff
f-QQ ff? YQ
QW M ff! T rf +
.4 if i 0 ' a .
'y TS Q, ,ff .H ml
, w ,sf L
QJNEQ Vp V 1,1 I P0 rvmaff- lx . B65 p
ffm' W'Wfffi5J mffgu WW
SW W QV
,qt Q , Zi! Lbfwxfx
I U Mfg gli? 5' Vim. jV"N10ffNxL,,,,,f9
xl xp it xx'2 fx-.Avy IA l ,,fya. 4.. , Q7'Vb5M1,3 Mfg.
V 'i I' 'Hu fl "1""""'X"
2 K f L+ J Vx '
if - X f V VL"-'a. 'k 'f.,ei-'
V Q 1' 1 H ,QQ - ' V f -,1 , y,,wf" ' V'
, ff 'f A
I? isfb . A Uldl' Q A 'AMI ' A
1 lb D M ? V jiri, ., .P A X '
f D 0991?-WMA
' i.,Jf'M FW- Q
fp Lf ij A
'?ff5Qf,wff!?9ffiif ff i,qf,4f
QQL' S6153 ff N ' J
, xg! , b 2 , X Q Rx' "A4 gfxx R
X A JN P? ,,,x fig
f , HZYPAQ Q-J. in
WW M ky'
K 1 ,x z N 4
' wig, gi ta- R J
yf 1 , X
if 5 X A x In
! i91'!fL Q' ,
Y ff ...L :lg . Y, A A
. ,AJ 2 " " ff"
K '2'Q,"' "" QA K
1:5 Q' ' J, k
733 rg ,A
mini' , A
Suggestions in the East High School - Janus Yearbook (Youngstown, OH) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.