Elk County Catholic High School - Memories Yearbook (St Marys, PA)

 - Class of 1948

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Pastor of Sacred Heart Church QE V c'r'. v Rf'z'r'rr'm1 FATHER TIMOTHY, O. S. B Prior and Pastor of St. Marys Church L X w. I." . A f" ff4" A , r,fZ2'if1i?t1 , , , . f ,A ig? A A mm. r K K . . 1 , 1it'1't'7't'lltJ R!'l'1'7'l'7IlI FATHER DAVID, O. S. B. FATHER AURELIUS, O. S. B. Assistant at Sacred Heart Church Assistant at Sacred Heart Church Rr1'1'n'z1J Rc'1'f'rw1J FATHER RICHARD, O. S. B. FATHER COLUMBAN. O. S. B. Am:-aifztaut at St. Marys Church Assistant at St. Marys Church i T H E F A C U L T Y REVEBEND FATHER IAMES, o. s. B. Principal Sister M. Agnes, O.S.B. ............ .... L ibrary, Spanish, History Sister M. Alberta, O.S.B. ..... .......... S cience Sister M. Anita, O.S.B. .... Commercial Sister M. Benedict, O.S.B. .. . Latin, English Sister M. Bernadette, O.S.B. . . . .,... Commercial Sister M. Bernardine, O.S.B. . . . ........ Social Studies Mr. Edward Bridge ......... .... V ocational Guidance Sister M. Claudia, O.S.B. .......... ...... . . Science, Social Studies i Miss Ida Fritz. R.N. Mrs. Hilary Wittman Mr. William Gies Sister M. Evangelist, O.S.B. .... Latin, English Miss Ida Fritz, R. N. ......... ....... S chool Nurse Sister M. Geraldine, O.S.B. .... Mathematics, Latin Mr. William Gies ......... ........... P hysics Mr. Norbert Arnold ....... ......... P hysics Sister M. Imelda, O.S.B. . . . .... Mathematics Sister M. Martha, O.S.B. . . . . . . . Latin, English Sister Mary Edward, O.S.B. .. . ............ Music Sister M. Rose, O.S.B. ..... .... G erman, English Mrs. Hilary Wittrnan .... . . . Home Economics Glad Malia HONOR AWAITS AT LABORS GATES Glam Qfaweu AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE AND DAEEQDTL ' 01644 Gala-44 MAROON AND GOLD O Presidents IHOLORIYS KRELLNFR VICTOR STHAUB Vice-Presidents DUNN! SCOTT TISTHTYH VOLLMFR Secretaries IOSEPH KLINE MARY LOU MEYER Trecisurers IHONNA GAHR IOHN SCHNIQIIDITH Seniafz 016.44 N ' O O ,iffif 2566 'Y f - KENNETH L. BAUER "Bm'ps" General Course C S. M C-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4, Class Treasurer -lg Memo Staff-4, Ides Siall-4, Home Economics- 4, Cheerleader-3, 4. MERLE A. BAUMGRATZ "Bumn1a" General Course C. S M. C.-l, 3, 4, Home Economics-4 IAMES L. BUTSCH ulimu Scwntilic Course C. S M. C.-3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, Home Economics-4. WILLIAM H. DECKER "P1rnlzin" Scwnlilic Course C S M C-fl, 3, 4, Valley ball 1, 2, Glee Club-3, Home lfconom1csff4. THOMAS l. BAUER "T, B." Scientific Course C. S. M. C,-1, 3, 4, Vars- ity-1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice- President lp Intramural Bas' ketball-lg Memo Stallafip Home Economics-4. ADELAIDE l. BOSNIK uB0Xn Commercial Course Choir-1, 2, 3, 4, C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, Home Economics-4: Sodal- ity-l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball-2. BERNARD I. CAULEY "B:'ruif" Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4, Volley- ball-l, 2, School Attend- ance - lg Memo Stall -- 45 Home Economics-4 MARY M. DEVEREUX UPMa"y!l General Course Choir-1, 2, 3, 4: C. S. M. C, -I, 3, 4, Sodality-l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball-lg Glee Club -3, 4 ELIZABETH G. DIPPOLD "Belly" Commercial Course Choir-3, 4, C. S. M. C.-l 3, 4, Cheerleader-2, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4, Sodality- 3, 4, Softball-I, 2: Volley- ball-l, 2, 3, 4, Attend ance-4. LAWRENCE I. DONIVAN "Larry" Scientitic Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball- l, 2, 4. IOHN G. EBERL "fork" General Course C, S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Volley ball-1, 2, Glee Club-3, Home Economics-4: Attend- ance-4. PAUL A. ECKEHT ffnfbv Sclentilic Course Varsity-l, 2, 3, 41 C. S. M C.- 1, 3, 4: Glee Club-3 4, Intramural Basketball-1 School Attendance-4. WILLIAM L. DIPPOLD "Bill" Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, Volleyball-2. MARY T. DORNISH "'1'cz'la " General Course Choir-l, 2, 3, C. S M. C.- l, 3, 4, Dramatics--l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, Sodality-- 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball-l, Thes- pian Society 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball-l, 2, 3, Attendance-4. ESTHER R. ECKERT "Exilim" General Course C. S. M. C.-I, 3, 41 Drama- tics-2, Sodality-4, Softball -I, Volleyball-l. HOSE M. EHRENSBERGER "Rosie" Commercial Course Choir-3, C. S. M. C,-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4, Sodality -3, 4, Volleyball-l, 2. DONALD I.. ELLIS FPDOLJI Academic Course C S. M. C.-I, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, School Attend- ance - 4, Memo Stall - 4 ldes Stall-4, Home Econ- omics-4. MARTHA I. I-'RIEDL "Mulrla" Commercial Course Choir-3, 4, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4,SoftA ball-l, 2, Sodality-4, Vol- leyball - l, 2, 4, Attend- ance-4 ALDINE D. GLASS "DA'dlliF', Scientific Course Choirefi, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Dramatics 3 3, 4: Glee Club -- 4, Memo Stall - 4, Sodalityffl, 4, Soltball-l, 2: Thrlspian Society-3, 4, Vol- lcyball-l, 2, 3, 4. DONALD E. GOETZ "Dm'k Mih"' Scientific Course C. S M C-l, 3, 4- Volleyball-l, 2: Glee Club-3. DONALD R. FLEMING "PrMn'r" General Course C. S. M. C.-2, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4, Librarian - 3, ldes Staff-4, Home Econ- omics-4: Attendance-4. DONNA R. GAHR "Donna" Commercial Course Choir-3, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Class Secretary-l, Class Treasurer-4, Glee Clubwfi, 4, Memo Staff-4: Softball -l, 2: Sodality-4, Volley- ball-l, 2, 3, 4: Attend- ance-4. EUGENE H. GLEIXNEH "Gui" Scientific Course Server-l, 2, 3, 4, C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4, School Attendance-4. IAMES N. HANDWEHGER "B4'rgr'l"' General Course Varsity-l, 2, 3, 4, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4: School Attendance Y 4: lntramurcll Basketball - lg Class President-2. If 1942 LOUISE I. HATHORN "L0uisc"' Commercial Course Choir--l, 2, 3, 47 C. S. M C.-1, 3, 4, Attendance-Z, 3, 4, Class Secretary - 2 Glee Club-3: Home Econ' omics - 4: Memo Staff 4 Mass Attendance-Z, 3g Sod- ality-l, 2, 3, 4: Volley lscll-2. OTTO A. HILLEBRAND "I,cgx" General Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4. MELVIN I. HOFFMAN "sary" Scleniilic Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4, Glee Club-3. HELEN E. I-IUTCHISON "Sborliv" Commercial Course Choir-3, C. S. M. C.-1, 3 4, Softball-ly Orchestra-ly Volleyball-l. PATRICIA R. HERZING "PMID", Commercial Course Choir-43, 4g C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 45 Dramatics-1, 2, 3, 45 Attendance-3, 4, Glee Club -3, 4, Sodality-4r Softball ---l, 2, Tlxcspian Society-4: Vollcylifill-l, Z, 3, BENEDICT M. HOFFMAN "Bl-rlm"' General Course C S M. C.-l, 3, 'li Glue Club-3, RICHARD L. HOFFMAN "Dirk" Academic Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4: Server -fl, 2 3, 4: Glee Club-3: Vice-President ol C. S. M. C-4. M. IOAN KERNER "Ioan" Academlc Course Clxoir-l, 2, 3, 4: C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Dramcliics-2, 3, 4, Home Economics-4, Sod- aliiywl, 2, 3, 4, Thespian Society-3, 4. ALICE A. KESTLER "Alice" General Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Attend- ance-l, 2, Home Economics - 4, Mass Attendance -- 2, Sodality--4 DOLORES M. KHELLNEH NDDIH Academic Course Choir-3, 4, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Class President -- 4, Class Vice President-1, 2, Class Treasurer - 3, Glee Clubd, 4, Memo Staff-4, C. S. M. C.-Secretary-31 Softball-l, 2, Volleyball- l, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD KRONENWETTEH "Howie" Scientific Course C, S. M. C.-1, 3, 4, Attendance-4. SHIRLEY M. LAIRD "ShirI" General Course C, S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Home Economics-4. IOSEPH F. KLINE fflorn General Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Class Secretary-l, 4, Glee Club -3, 4, Class Treasurer-2, 3, Dramaticsk2, Intramural Basketball-4, Memo Stall 4. IAMES F. KRELLNER "Cork" Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, lntraf mural Basketball - 1, Z, Varsity-l, Glee Club - 3, Ides Staff-4, Memo Staff 4, IOSEPH F. KRONENWETTER Ulm,- General Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Home Economics-4, CECELIA R. LENZE usixu Academic Course Choir-3, 4, C. s. M. C.-1, 3, 4, Dramatics-3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, Home Economics -4: Memo Stall-4: Sodality - 2, 3, 4, Softball-l, 2, Thesplan Society-3, 4: Vol- leyball-l, 2, 3, 4. 4 1948 RITA R. LUCANIK "RiIa" General Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Class Treasurer-2: Glee Club-3, 4: Sodalily-l, 2: Softball- 2: Volleyball-l, 3, 4: At- iendance-4. PATRICIA A. MCKNIGHT "Pat" General Course Choir-l, 2, 4: C. S. M. C. fl, 4: Class Secretary-l: Glee Club-4: Sodality-l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball-4. GERALD A. MEIER fflrrr-yy. Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Volley- ball-l, 2: Glee Club - 3: School Attendance-l. ROBERT l. MEIER "Bobbie" Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Server-l, 2, MARGUERITE I. MARCONI "Marge" General Course C. S. M. C.--l, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Sodality-l, 2. 3, 4: Softball-2, Volleyball -l, 2, 4. PATRICIA E.. MEAGHER rrpafn General Course Choir--3, 4: C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Cheerleader - 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Soclalily- 2, 3, 4: Softball-l, 2: Vol- leyball-l, 2, 3, 4, LYRA T. MEIER uldym., General Course Choir-3, 4: C. S. M. C.- l, 3, 4: Attendance-3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Memo Stall -4: Sodaliiy - 3, 4: Soli- ball-l. MARY L. MEYER "BooIsir" Academic Course Choir-l, 2, 3, 4: C. S, M. C.-l, 3, 4: Class President -1: Class Secretary-2, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Home Economics-4: Memo Staff- 4: Sodaliiy-l, 2, 3, 4: Soft- ball - l, 2: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, PATRICIA C. MEYER rvPa,,.,vn General Course Choir-3, 4: C. S. M. C.- 1. 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Softball--l, 2: Sodclliiy-4: Volleyball--I, 2, 4. DOLORES M. MINNICH uoncyu Academic Course Choir-l, 2. 3, 4: C. S. M C.-1, 3, 4: Dromctics--1, 2 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Sodcl- ity-l, 2, 3, 4: Softball-1 2: Thespicn Society-4, Vol- leyball-l, 2. IOSEPHINE A. REVILLE .floy- Scientilic Course Choir-l, 2, 3, 4: C, S. M. C.-3, 4: Dramctics - 1, 2: Soclclity-1, 2, 3, 4: Volley- ball-l, 2. IOAN H. HUPPHECHT "l0arnu", Commercial Course Choir-3, 4: C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4: Sodcxl- ' ity-3, 4: Softball-1: Vol- leyball-l: Attendance-4. C G VELMA T. MILES "Vrlmu" Scientilic Course Choir-l, 2, 3: C. S. M. C. -l, 3, 4: Drcmcitics--2, 3: Class President-3: Sodaliiy -1, 2, 3, 4. MYHA E. NOLAN "Myra" Commercial Course Choir-1, 2, 3, 4: C. S. M C.-l, 3, 4: Drcimctics-1, 2, 3, 4: Aitendance-4: Glec Club-3, 4: Sodcxlity-1, 2, 3, 4: Thespian Society-3, 4. FRANCES M. HUPPRECHT "Fruit" Scieniilic Course Choir-3: C. S. M. C,-l, 3, 4: Drcmctics - 3, 4: Glee Club-4: Sodulity-2, 3, 4: Softball-l, 2: Thespicin So- cieiy-3, 4: Volleyball-l, 2, 3, 4. LILLIAN H. SAMICK "MiCkic"' Scientific Course C. S. M, C.-1, 3, 4: Glee Club-3: Sodcility - 3, 4: Softball-1: Volleyball - l. If 1942 PAUL l. SCI-IADE "Bupx" Sctentilic Course C. S. M, C.-1, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, Dramatics - 3, Home Economtcs-4, Attena' ance-4. IOHN L. SCHNEIDER fy...-k" Scxentilic Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Glee Clubf3, Memo Stall -- 4, Class Treasurer-4. IRENE D. SEELYE "lrrm"' General Course C. S. M. C,-l, 3, 4, Glee Club--33 Attendance-l, 3, 4: Mass Attendance-1, 3, 41 Sodaltty-3, 4. RICHARD H. SIMBECK "Dirk" Scienttlic Course Servcrfl, 2, 3, 45 Mass At- tondancc'--3, School Attend- ance--4: C, S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4: Varsity -lp Memo Stall-4. IAMES P. SCHLIMN nlimn General Course Varsity--l, 2, 3, 4: C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Glee Club-3, 4, Intramural Basketball- lg Home Economics-4, At- lendance-4. DENIS I. SCOTT "SmHy" Sclentilic Course Varsity-l, 2, 3, 4, C, S. M. C.-l, 3, 4, Class V1ce-Pres- ident-l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club -3, 4, Intramural Basketball -lg Memo Stall-4. IRENE G. SHIELDS "Inns" General Course C. S, M. C.-l, 3, 4: Glee Club-3. ELIZABETH l. SMITH "Bf'llvy" Academic Course Choir-4, C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Dramatics-lp Gleo Club -3, 4, Sodality-45 Softball -l, 2, Volleyballfl, 2, 4. PATRICIA H. SMITH frpalu Academic Course Choir-l, 2, 3, 4: C S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Attendance-1: Cwlee Clubi3, 4: Memo Staff -4: Orchestra-l: Svdality -l, 2, 3, 4: VolleyballA2. M. PHYLLIS STRAUB "Plnylf" Acadr-mic Course ChOlTf3, 4: C S. M. C.fl, 3, 4, Class Treasuror A lp Glee Club-3, 4, Memo Staff f4: Sodalityf4: Softball-l: Volleyball-l, 2. PAUL A. TOHNATOHE "n1.f' General Course C S M. C.-l, 3, 4: Volley- ball-l, 2, Glf-ee Club-3: Librarian - 3: Home Econv omics - 4: Memo Staff 4: Sports Writer-4. ESTHEH M. VOLLMER lfsisll Academic Course C. S. M. C.-1, 3, 4: Class President - 2: Class Vice- President-3, 4: Glee Club -3: Memo Staff-4: Sodality -4: SoftballAI, 2. LEROY A. WILHELM "Willie" Scientific Course C. S. M. C.4-l, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4. RUTH M. SPORNER "Rullrir" Academic Course l, 3, 4: Attendance-2, 3, 4, Mass Attendance -- 2, 3, 4: Sodality-4: Softball-l, 2. VICTOR C. STRAUB "Nick" Scientific Course Varsity-l, 2, 3, 4: Class President-l, 2, 3, 4: Server -1, 2, 3, 4: C. S. M. C.--- l, 3, 4: Glee Club-3, 4, Intramural Basketball -- lg Memo Staff-4: C. S M. C. -Treasurer-3: Attendance -4: President of C. S. M. C.-4. ALICE M. UHL ffongiry, General Course C, S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: Home Economics-4. MELVIN I. WOLFEI. rrgugsn Scientific Course C. S. M. C.-l, 3, 4: lntra- mural Basketball-4: Volley- ball-l, 2: Glee Club-3. Choir-3, 4: C. S. M. 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SENICDR TRACERS o a Q 'JM K. Bauer T. Bauer .,... M. Baumgratz . A. Bosnik ..... I. Butsch .... B. Cauley W. Decker .... M. Devereux .. E. Dippold .... W. Dippold .... L. Donivan .... M Dornisch I. Eberl E. Eckert .... P. Eckert ..... R. Ehrensberger D. Ellis ..... . . D, Fleming .... M. Friedl .... D. Gahr . ., A. Glass .... E. Gleixner D. Goetz ...... I. Handwerger L. Hathorn .... P. Herzing .... O. Hillebrand . B. Hotfman .... M. Hoffman R. Holfman .... H. Hutchison .. M. I. Kerner A, Kestler I. Kline ..... D. Krellner .... I. Krellner ..... H. Kronenwetter Pride al Jo! His jokes .... Women ..,....... Esther Williams . .. Horse Blanket Pin His 200 lbs. ...,.. . His Mother .... His Hair ..... Scrap Book .... Driver's License Sister, Betty .... Ralph Kiner .... Penny ..... Height ............ "Iack"-O-Lantern.. . Muscles .......... Dog, "Prince" .. Piano Playing .... Ides ......... Blue Specs .... Ice Skates Iolson Records .... Notre Dame .... Ducks ..,.....,.. His Yellow Sweater . Identification Bracelet Red Loafers ......... Iughead Iunction His pipe ....... Science Marks Aubie ............. Shoe Roller Skates . . . Camera .......... Recipes .......... His Little Sister .... Sunlamp ......... His Model A .... Ioe .,....... F avorilc Pfutimo Cheerleading . . . Basketball .... Baseball ..,... Going to "Burg" . . . . . Talking .....,., Eating . . Fishing . . . Eating . . Cheering ....... Feeding Teddy . . . . . . . Clerking ..,... Sewing . . . Boxing ...... Crocheting .... Bookkeeping .... Walking With Mary .... Pocket Billiards . . . Swimming .... Dancing Crocheting .... Studying .... Loafing Collecting Letters .. Sitting ..,....... At Peacock .............. Playing the Accordion Smoking a Pipe ...... Chemistry ...... Billiards ........ Playing Piano .... Writing Letters . .. Tatting .......... Driving . . . Sewing . . . Working .. Religion Dlclikn Studying Competition Washing Dishes Gumshoes Newspapers Curly Hair Life Long Narrow Skirts Brunch With Bill School Time School Starts Spanish Work Highballs Suspenders Snakes Show Olts Cookies Caterpillars Chocolate Ice Cream Physics Text Non-students Pepsi Missing Loalie Homework Asparagus Opera Smell of a Pipe Pickles Cards Stuffing Dentists Beer Women Drivers Rainy Days Model A Trouble Walking Home Name I. Kronenwetter S. Laird ...,.., C. Lenze .,.. R. Lucanik M. Marconi P. McKnight . .. P. Meagher G. Meier ,... L. Meier . .. R. Meier .... M. L. Meyer P. Meyer V. Miles ..., D. Minich M. Nolan I. Reville ...... F. Rupprecht .. I. Rupprecht . .. L. Samick . .. P. Schade .... I. Schlimn ..... I. Schneider . .. D. Scott ....... I. Seelye .... I. Shields R. Simbeck E. Smith .... P. Smith .... R. Sporner .... P. Straub V. Straub ..... P. Tornatore . . . A. Uhl ..... E. Vollmer ..... L. Wilhelm M. Woltel Pride 6 Joy Howie . . . Diary , ......... . Dog, "Delphine" ... ..... Tossel Hat .... "Rita" .... lrish , . . Dawn ......... Ricky Clrlis Dog, Height .......... Trig Ability Sliznness . . . Iokes . . Watch . . . Radio .... Blondes ,..... Red Saddles . . . Parents .... Friends ..,. Booties ........ Class Sweater . .. His Boots ...... Paper Route . .. His Iob ...,. Music Box .... Report Card . . . Guitar ....... Compositions .... Radio-Clock ..., Camera ...,..... Driver's License . . . . . . . . His Personality .... ..... His Beard ..... "Sep"ternber ............. Vaughn Monroe's Records. His Trade ................ Brother's Plymouth SENIOR TRACERS Favorite Pcutimc Basketball . . . . . . . .....Dancing Ice Skating ......... .... Playing Checkers ..,..... .....Rad1o Playing Piano .... .... Pooling ...... .... Reading ..... .... Doing Nothing .... .... Roller Skating .,.. .... Talking ...... .... Knitting . . . . . . . Reading ...... .... Oil Painting .... .... Chatting ........... . . . Playing the Piano ........ Eating ........... .... Gabbing ..... .... .....Ice Skating Speeding ........ Walking Center St. ...... . Being Class Treasurer .... Delivering Papers ....... Tatting ........... . . . Sleeping . ,. .. .. Playing lt ............. Singing Cowboy Ballads Playing the Piano ..... Hiking ........... . Playing Records .... . Drinking QHZOI .... . Playing Marbles .... . Sleeping ...,..... . Laughing .. . Sleeping ....... . Going to DuBois . Dialihc Women Peacock Playing Piano Cowboys Gravy School Cherry Cokes ldleness Al Iolson Selfish People Alarm Clocks Westerners Deutsch Spinach Mental Exertion "Hill Billy" Music Tomatoes Labor Onions "Books" Basketball Counting Money Paper Boxes Oranges Windy Days Musicians Pumpkin Pie Birds Umbrellas Snowballs Beer Shaving Cigars SauerKraut Am History The Willys P. Smith B. Cauley N Z I X W k N m x - 7 7 W 'J f Q 6 ? Z N Z f he PRGPHET VOL. IIO. I IIO. I ST. MAIIYS, PEIIIIA., MGIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, I958 PRICE 3 IIEIITS REPORTERS F OR THIS ISSUE: WEATHER IN THE FUTURE: Bright RICHARD SIIVIBECK and MARYLOU MEYER and sunny days ahead for all. BANQUET HELD AT CENTRAL A HUGE SUCCESS The class ot 1948 held a reunion banquet last evening in the base- ment of the high school building. Every member of the class was present. Velma Miles, now an instructress at Penn State College, gave a talk on "This Post-Atomic Age." Eugene Gleixner, Professor at Notre Dame, also spoke, his topic being, "The Fighting Irish vs. the Men from Mars." A delicious meal was served by the Y. W. C. A. Boosters. lt was prepared by the noted chef, Kenneth Bauer, who studied the culinary arts in Paris, and by Alice Kestler, whose pastries topped off a perfect meal. After-dinner music was furnished by Otto Hillebrand's orchestra, star- ring vocalist Helen Hutchison. lQ SCOTT WINS IN LEGAL BATTLE Lawyer Denis Scott in court ses- sion this morning, proved the de- fendant Paul Tornatore innocent of the charge against foods sold in his restaurant. Scott's ingenuity in pre- senting evidence contrary to the claims of ptomaine poisoning, re- sulting from Tornatore's food, were well delivered and the defendant was acquitted by Iudge Iames Schlimm. Notes of the session were taken by Marguerite Marconi, who also assisted Scott in some of his find- ings. .L+ CONCERT TO BE HELD AT CARNEGIE HALL Patricia McKnight will present ct piano concert at Carnegie Hall for the benefit of the Red Cross at 7:30 P. M. on October 21. YOUTH ORGANIZATION BUILDING UNDER WAY Plans for a building for the young boys and girls of Saint Marys are finally being undertaken. Benedict Hoffman, constructor, and a crew of his men have begun work on the project. Blueprints were drawn by Ioan Kerner, noted draftswoman formerly of this city. Cecilia Lenze has been contacted and agreed to plan the interior decoration of the building. ?,, MAKE CHARITY SHOWING Elizabeth Dippold, the skating Queen of the world, and her partner, John Eberl, performed before a crowd of 22,000 people at the "Gardens" in Pittsburgh last week. Both have won ice honors and make an interesting pair on skates. Guests at the show included Mel- vin Hoffman, a great oil man in Texas, Dolores Krellner, occupation- al therapist now assisting in a large New York hospital, also Mary Dever- eux, a commercial artist, whose works have been seen in many pop- ular magazines and on posters of all sorts. 1,1 HOSPITAL LOSES MEMBER OF ITS STAFF A farewell party was held on Friday night at the home of Esther Vollmer, dietition at the local hos- pital, in honor of Dolores Minich. She is leaving after five years' serv- ice at the Andrew Kaul Memorial hospital to accept a position as a laboratory technician at St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh. A tasty luncheon was served by Esther Eck- ert, and a committee of the nurses put on a skit for entertainment. A lovely lapel watch was given as a going-away gift. Dr. Phyllis Straub of the Walter Reed Hospital was among the guests. BLUE RIBBON AWARDED AT FAIR IN SOUTH DAKOTA First prize for the best appearing heifer entered in the fair was awarded to the Kronenwetter broth- ers, Howard and Ioseph. They re- ceived the blue ribbon and the monetary award of 51200. Iudges included Richard Hoffman, Profes- sional veterinarian, also formerly of Saint Marys. l,T MEETING OF COMMUNICATIONS AND TRANSPORTATION LINES An important meeting to discuss the problems of communication and transportation of the modern world was held last evening at the City Hall. Present were: Lawrence Donivan, President of the Pennsylvania Rail- road, Paul Schade, manager of Schade's Bus Lines, Gerald Meier, owner of the Alaskan Airway, and Donald R. Fleming, supervisor oi the Western Union Service in this area. Each gave a report on the pro- gress of his company in the past five years and many beneficial agreements were reached. +1 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE AT WASHINGTON Delegates for the National Teachers' Conference in Washing- ton, D. C. this past week included four former residents of our fair city as representa- in which they They were: who were present tives of the schools now have positions. Iosephine Reville, an English teacher at Grove High, LeRoy Wil- helm, professor of mathematics at Carnegie Tech, Martha Friedl, hist- ory teacher, and Lyra Meier, home economics teacher, both at Carter Hill School for Girls. THE PIIUPHET MDIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, I958 PAGE 2 LOCAL BUSINESS SCHOOL OPENS A commercial school ot night and day classes began its first semester on September l. The faculty con- sists of only four members so far, but it is in proportion to the number of students enrolled. It is expected that more teachers will be called in when the situation presents a need for them. At present the teachers are: Adelaide Bosnik, typing, Irene Shields, bookkeeping, Patricia Meyer, shorthand, and Irene Seelye, commercial arithmetic. New students are welcome and the next course begins on lanuary lfl, Registration for this course is scheduled for lanuary I3 at 9:30 A. M. 191. NEW PHONE DIRECTORIES ISSUED The new September l958 tele- phone directories have been issued throughout the city today under the direction of Shirley Laird, who has recently been promoted from switch- board operator to the assistant man- ager of the Ring Telephone Comp- any. She was assisted in addressing the directories by Myra Nolan, loan Rupprecht and Louise Hathorn, all of whom are experienced stenogra- phers in the company. .QQ1 FORMER CLASSMATES MEET ALOFT Iames I-Iandwerger, Ambassador to Germany, was surprised to meet two of his former classmates, Aldine Glass and Ruth Sporner, while re- turning by air from his latest mis- sion, Aldine and Ruth are first-class airhostesses on the International Airway, which is owned by multi- millionaire, Merle Baumgratz. RAMBLERS OPEN GRIDIRON SEASON The official unveiling of the Rhode Island Ramblers football team for the 1958 season will take place Sat- urday evening under the lights at Crosely Field in Richmond, Virginia, where they will meet the Virginian Cadets. When the kickoff takes place it will also mark the debut of Coach Ioseph Kline who is serving his first year as head coach of the profes- sional team. Football spotters predict that the Ramblers will present a first-rate team this season, Coach Ioseph Kline announced his probable line- up as follows: Donald Goetz, Left end, Robert Meier, left tackle, Bill Decker, left guard, Iames Krellner, center, Iames Butsch, right guard, Bernard Cauley, right tackle, "Rip" Rowan, Ir.," right end. ln the back- field, "lim Henry" will hold the quarterback position, Melvin Wolfel, left half-back, Iohn Schneider, right half-back, and Tom Bauer will hold the full-back position. This lineup is subject to last min- ute changes. l., BABY CLINIC TUESDAY A. M. The regular free baby clinic sponsored by the Women's Club of Saint Marys will be held at the child health center tomorrow morn- ing starting at lO:3O, Dr. Paul Eckert will be the attend- ing physician assisted by Patricia Herzing, child nurse, Frances Rup- precht, R.N., Lillian Samick, R.N., Elizabeth Smith, R.N., and Patricia Smith, dental hygienist. S-QIILB T LOCAL TENNIS CHAMPS WIN COUNTY DOUBLES Patty Meagher and Donna Gahr won the Elk County doubles on Monday afternoon and will go on to the state finals sometime next month. Each has earned an eager following for her playing ability in the past and together they make a powerful team. The good wishes of the city and of all who have been following their progress accompany them. More information concerning the finals will be stated at a later date. CLASSIFIED ADS All classified ads must be paid for in advance. FOR SALE: l952 superlined cadil- lac convertable. Good condition. In- quire Donald Ellis's Used Cars. "Let your old cars rust in peace." FOR SALE: Several new Winches- ter 32's with improved telescopic sights, Apply at Bill Dippold's Sport Store on the Avenue. THE BEAUTY PARLOR: Experi- enced beauticians, Alice Uhl, and Rose Ehrensberger will give you cold waves, permanents and mud packs at moderate prices in the most modern methods. Call 2309. DRESSES made, altered and de- signed to suit the individual. Call Mary Theresa Dornisch at 4630 or come into her shop on Main Street for prompt service. "DCN'T GO BY, COME IN AND BUY" AT RITA LUCANIICS GROCERY STORE where shopping is a pleasure. "FOR TI-IE DRINK THAT SATISFIES BUY AT HICICS FINE ALESI' Proprietor, Victor Straub , 'M w'n?.!1,' . J.--41" . ., JI- .fi . J.?4?"5'f 511' ' F. ,. 1. Among the birches. 2. Smiling pair. 3. Meditation. 4. Three ol us. 5. Biological ornaments. E. Goo-goo eyn 7. Picnic grounds. 8. Bill's dear. 9. By the lake. 10. What's up? ll. Going places. 12. Resting. 13. Hip pocke 14. Happiness personified. 15. Pretty scenery. 15. Mother's helpers. 17. Sharp shooters. 18. At their best. 19. Park dam. 20. lust 7 miles from St. Marys. 21. In the sunshine. 22. Big gun. 23. Calm waters. 24. In the woods. 25. S ver creek. 26. Musical group. 27. On camp steps. 28. Bumper girl, 29. In our back yard. 30. Outnumbere 3l. Washed up. 32. Poor fish. 33. Hill side. 34. No parking. 35. Nice dog. In horn-outdoor life. 9 -, i, V, 5 , x -54 gf lb- X in 1 h ' x Ln 01444 of '48 AYBE it was that last coke at the Peacock, but it seemed hours before I finally fell asleep. Suddenly I seemed to be in a very familiar place among people whom I knew I had seen before. As the dreamy haze became clearer I realized that it was our own class of '48 as they began their first day of school. How much has happened to them since thenl Long forgotten memories were stirred up as I watched the figures move through the familiar pat- tern of school life. The first grade-where we had our first taste of the life in store for us for the next twelve years, second grade, when we were no longer the "babies" but a definite part of the grade school. Year by year the figures passed before me-changing in appearance and actions as they passed through the hands of the teachers. Then there was Iunior High School, where we began to get interested in the "big high school kids" and wait anxiously for the time when we could become one of them, I awoke and realized that it was almost time to start another of the few remaining days of school. But the dream had started me thinking and I found myself living over the four years of high school which followed. At last, after eight long years of preparation we were readyl It was a wonderful feeling as we walked up the stairs and into the halls of Central. We felt almost grown up, while the Seniors were actually ancientl Again there were new rules and regulations to get used to, but the change was for the better ci we eagerly changed classes and went to assem- blies. Then, there was the excitement of our first class meeting as we planned for a class party at Parker Dam. And we were actually permitted to sit in the bleachers and cheer our lungs out for the basketball team. We went to school dances with high hopes and worked hard to make our own a success. We struggled through our first year of Latin, Civics, Science, and eventually became: Sophomoresl and looked upon with little more re- spect. We had our first taste of a laboratory science as we took biology and cut up fish, worms, etc. The school dance we held that year will long be remem- bered because of the floor show starring the famous South Seas dancers-Denny, Beeps, and Paul T. Toward the end of the year we ordered our class rings, and came to an agreement easily on the style we wanted. As we walked through the halls as Iuniors we realized our importance as "upper classmen". We flashed our class rings around to be admired by all and began to get into more advanced studies like chemistry and higher math. Again we cheered for a basketball team which was one of the best Central ever had, and many of us went to Erie to cheer madly as Central won their famous victory over Erie Prep. Of course, the highlight of the year was the Iunior Prom. After weeks of cutting and fastening the pink, blue and white crepe paper we had the thrill of watching the big wheel's being lifted which trans- formed the gym into almost a fairyland. The year came to a close as we watched another graduating class leave, and realized that in one short year we would be doing the same things and that now we were taking their places as: Seniorsl the "Big guns" of the school. The Ides Staff was elected, and the first issue came out, quite a success. And there was the class meeting where we decided against the colors of red and green and picked our own maroon and gold, and the day, a few weeks later as we sat listening to Mr. Gibson and ordering our sweaters, hats, pennants, and em- blems. Then the memo staff was elected, and the work began on the year book-decision on class flowers, mottoes, and the securing of "ads," And who can forget the big day when we got our sweaters and hats and proudly displayed to all the fact that We were Central High--'48l And we are proud of that fact and hope that after the next twelve years we can look back with as much pleasure as we are doing now upon our school life. K. BAUER, P. STRAUB -,f 'Ks' ffl H' ,Q 'W I. See our pennant! 2. Fcllher musi have missed this one? 3. Ready. set, gol 4. School's out! 5. Initiation-shoe shine S. Nice aim. 7. Thai school girl smile. 8. Putty Herzing. 9. Bill musi be cold? 61444 Wd! aj '48 We the Senior class of 1948 being of sound mind and body do hereby, in our last will and testament, be- queath the following, in memory of the school which we will never forget: To Father Iames, another senior class as intelligent as ours. To Father Timothy, we leave hopes of success in the building of the new grade school. To Father Richard, the class leaves happy memories of the long bus rides to the out-of-town basket-ball games. To Father Columban, the Seniors wish a shorter walk to church and a long stay in St. Marys. To Mrs. Wittman we leave hopes of a Home Econ- omics class that will do dishes. To Coach Goetz-taller freshmen for basketball. To Mr. Gies, chalk for Physics class. To Miss Fritz, we give healthier and more physical educationally-minded students. To the school staff, we leave, in order to let a group of new faces and students enter. To the Iuniors, we leave the class rooms vacant. To the Sophomores, we bequeath our wit and manner. To the Freshmen, the class leaves their memories of four, happy years in high school. Adelaide wills her long finger nails to "Wimpy" Mose- miller. Iimmy Handwerger leaves his yellow sweater with the "C" included to Lolie Hanes. Dolores M. leaves her long, blond hair to Ioanne Kimble. Larry Donivan leaves his pin curlers to Kenny Herzing. "Phil" leaves her long skirts to Ioyce Wehler. The freshmen girls are left swooning by Hicky Straub. "Patty" Meagher wants to leave her wit to Bill Fleming. To some poor freshmen who needs it, Donald Goetz bequeaths his Latin ability. Franny Rupprecht wills her physics book to anyone interested in that subject. Melvin Hoffman leaves his seat in the Senior room to Iude Gleixner. "Sally" Hathorn is the receiver of Donna's ice skates. Ray Brennan receives Iohn Eberl's ambition. "Cappy" Hanes is to receive Helen Hutchison's vocal ability. Bugs Wolfel leaves his love for school to Carlo Meyer. Ioanie Rupprecht wishes that "Rosie" Fleming re- ceives her job, collecting excuses. Iames Butch leaves his iron constitution to Donald Keenan to use in Biology class. Rita Hanes is the collector of Esther Eckert's blonde hair. Paul Tornatore leaves his physique to Allan Hassel- man. "Pat" Herzing leaves her dimples to Shirley Detsch. To Mary Lou Williamee, a short walk home from Ioe Kronewetter. Mary Devereux leaves all B-friends to Mary Ann Frey. Howard Kronewetter bequeaths his quiet disposition to Georgia Erich. Norma Schaberl is to receive Mary Lou's nickname "Boots." Paul Eckert gives his title "Lover" to Howie Prosel. Myra is leaving all nonsense behind so Virginia Geitner may carry on. Buddy Wendel is to have a manly physique-thanks to Ioe Kline. Ruth Sporner lends the Iuniors her flash bulb camera to take pictures for their yearbook. Pierre Brehm will receive Denny Scott's wavy hair. "Tommy" Eckert is the receiver of "Teeta" Dornisc:h's acting ability. Merle Baumgratz leaves his impressive manner of speech to Charles O'Connor. Lyra bequeaths some of her freckles to Ioan Brock. Iim Schlimn leaves his "Boots" to George Bauer for vulcanizing. "Dottie" Krellner leaves her pleasant personality to "Dolly" Bankovich. Ierry Meyer leaves his big head to "Popeye" Briendel. To Iohn Weis goes Patty McKnight's charm. Bill Decker leaves his muscles to lake Nissel. Ioan Kerner leaves Ray Dougherty another girl to take her place in plays. Doc Ellis leaves his charge account at the Chevy Garage to anyone who can afford it. "Lil" Sarnick leaves her knowledge of trig to Marilyn Vogt. "Core" Hauber receives the habit of always being on time from LeRoy Wilhelm. "Katie" Wicks is the receiver of Louise Hathorn's love of basket-ball. To any two boys who feel patriotic, Bob Meier and Dick Hoffman leave their job of raising the flag every morning. Thomas Grieggs is the gallant receiver of Shirley's curls. Jerry Lanzel receives Paul Schade's driving ability. fMay he use it wiselylj To Donna Mae Gerg, Rita Lucanik bestows some of her height. Through the kindness of Bernard Cauley, Dick Gerg is to be a foot taller. Irene Seelye leaves her place in rank in going to Mass every morning to Dorothy Dumich. Tom Bauer leaves his ease at sleeping in class to Tom O'Brien. Bill Dippold leaves his trapping ability to Carol Hanes so she can get a man. Alice Kestler bequeaths her quiet manner to Eileen Zitzler. "Corky" Krellner bequeaths his truck to the Senior class so they may ride home. "Mutch" Friedl wills her long lashes to "Belva" Sherry. "Honest Dick" Simbeck leaves his guitar and Otto Hilderbrand leaves his accordion to be used at the Senior parties. "Pat" Meyer wills her voice to "Bob" Ryan. Eugene Gleixner gives his place in the top part of the class to Gus Herzing. "Aldine" Glass leaves two packs of loose leaf to any- one who has to write out the physics report. "Beeps" Bauer wants to leave-Central. Sis Lenze gives her artistic initiative to "Eddie" Wolfel. Iohn Schneider leaves his books to someone who will use them as wisely as he did. Betty Dippold wills her cheerleading ambitions to Carol Gahr. Benny Hoffman leaves his daily ride to Mass to Paul Krieg. Irene Shields leaves Clara Iesberger a tube of lipstick. Betty Smith wills Dick Clark her German accent. "Pat" Smith bequeaths her memory of high school to Ioan Renwick. Ioy Reville leaves her Chemistry and Math to Patty Wilhelm. Alice Uhl bequeaths her Spanish to Thalia Schatz. "Augustine" Herzing receives Rosie Ehrensberger's red ankle sox. Marge Marconi wills her job at the theater to "Weezie" Wortman. Velma Miles wills her ride to school each day at noon to Helen Samick. Eileen Werner receives Esther Vollmer's job at Murphy's. Pepper Fleming leaves-finally. In Witness Whereof, we have set our hands and seals on the last day of May, in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-eight. fSignedJ-Class of '48 Witnesses: Thomas Bauer, Esther Vollmer In T T.. 4' os? if A' . lg -EL 1 Nw, , fi ' . .....in..f. pniu . i nnllllllhiimw' 9 -5 Y A VOCATIONAL CAREER 1947-48 REMINICENCES 2-S chool opens, our ways wc mend E very day a different trend. 8-P resident, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary T oday were given their duties to carry. 9-E xcited voices from IUA arose lasl M aroon and gold our colors we chose. 15-B oys' and girls' voices from Glee Club flowed, Enjoyed singing songs both new and old. 24-R ollicking Home Ec. class was enrolled. l-O ur sweaters, etc. were ordered at last 15-Cunning first issue of "Ides" brought laughs. 20--T oday the first of many movies was seen 22-O ur very first dance-occasion, "Halloween" Z2-B usiness officers for "Memo" picked out, ZZ-E nthronement of Christ the King came about 23-R ecess from school lTeachers' Convenlionl brought 24- a shout. I 10-N ow look at the birdie! Give. a big smile. IU-O ur pictures for yearbook were put on file. 18-V ery good movie we did see, 20-E njoyed first meeting of C. S, M. C. 24-M ovie we saw, motto We chose 26-B ig "Memo" dance brought the school to a close. 26-E njoyed "Grapes for Dinner" a Thanksgiving play. 28-R omped over Alumni, wonderful day! 1-D eer season opened-we had a free day. 5-E njoyed "First Friday Breakfast" which came our way. 9-C rusaders beat Ridgwayg saw Clown Program, too, 12-E mblems, etc. arrived all new. 15-Mounted Police picture, then, was seen, 16-B eat Altoona 46-15 18- First graders put on a Vocation play 23- Dramatic Club presentation lEmpty Rooml came our way 23-E njoyed vacation with holidays once more, 30-R enova went home on the wrong end of the score. 1-Ianuary brought us bright new days 2 4, 6-A s we beat Punxy, Altoona, and Ridgway 9-N ow for Public Q42-l5l 13-U nusual picture "Pot of Gold" was seen. 14-A lready we selected our invitations . 17- 23-Y es, "Did You Say Mink?" was the name of the 27- 3U- 3 Received deteat-To D. U, C. Congratulations! play Presented for Father Timothy's namesday. Bradford defeated us, 'twas a sad night Oil City fell, after a good fight. -First victory in February was over Public High 3-E njoyed "Western Union", a movie which came by. 5 6 -B ad news as we to Iohnstown bowed -R egular First Friday Breakfast drew a large crowd. 8-U ndying spirit proved too much for Oil City A 10 15, 17 -A nd for all the others who fell. What a pity! 23-R eligious movie on Christ's Passion was seen 22, 4-Y ielded a game to D. U. C.'s and Pittsburg's team. 27- But defeating Iohnstown put us on the beam. D. Gahr F'- f E' ff I I CAREER OF A CHEMIST elau l7aem4 o Adelaide works hard all day, Success is bound to come her way. ULBJ Mary is most kind and sweet, She always greets you on the street. fM.D.J Elizabeth is a famous cheerleader, And has a smile for those who meet her. QB.D.J Mary Theresa likes to mend and sew, Yet her marks are never low. fM.T.D.J Esther writes such interesting stories, Of adventure and romantic glories. CE.E.J Rose does her lessons one by one, She finishes what she has begun. fR.E.J Martha likes to laugh with glee, For she is filled with joy, you see. CMF., Donna is the trusty Treasurer, Honor and respect are usually paid her. CD.G.l Aldine is as precious as gold, She returns favors a thousand-fold. QA.G.J Louise is always neat as a pin, ' Faces troubles and trials with a grin. fL.H.J Patricia giggles to her heart's delight, To see her smile is a glorious sight. fP.l-IJ Helen enjoys playing merry tunes, Also reading funny cartoons. CH.l-lj Ioan has a very soft voice, Dramatics and Math. are her only choice. UK., Alice is ever a friend in need, She helps each one by her every deed, fA.K.j Dolores is the President of our class, You usually see her at Holy Mass. fD.K.J Shirley is a bundle of gladness, She helps others in their sadness. CS.L.j Cecilia is a grand old sport, Whether on the ball field or tennis court. fC.L.J Rita is the smallest of the girls, She's always neat and combs her curls. CRL., Marguerite is the life of the lasses, She works with a will in all her classes. fM.M.j Patricia is sharp as a ringing bell, Does all her work both neat and well. fP.Mc.j Patricia is a cheerleader of the Gold and Blue, She never sighs, but comes smiling thru. fP.M.j Lyra likes to chat a bit, Along with this also goes her wit. fL.M.j Mary Lou is Secretary by our votes, At all our meetings she takes down notes. CM.L.M.J Patricia enjoys to swim and hike, Cowboys are her only dislike. CP.M.J Velma brightens the room with her smile, Merriness and joy, with her all the while. fV.M.J Dolores has the ability to paint, Her imagination is so very quaint. fD.M.l Myra with her wit and charm, Likes to kid, yet does no harm. fM.N.j Ioy-as her nickname soon will tell, Brings us joy and fun as well. U.R.J Frances enjoys playing volleyball, In this field she surpasses nearly all. QF.B,J Ioan has a happy and carefree mind, Not only this, she is also kind. fI.R.J Lillian, at Murphy's store, she works, She does each duty and never shirks. QL.S.J Irene is at Holy Mass every day, And talks to God in her own dear way. fl.S.J Irene is like a very bright star, She outshines others both near and far. Cl.S.J Elizabeth is a loyal friend, She'll fight for you to the very end. fE.S.l Patricia is gifted with nimble fingers, When a piano's around, that's where she lingers. fP.S Ruth is there and always on the beam, To be an air hostess is her wish supreme. CRS., Phyllis is a scholar so bright, She defies the wrong and upholds the right. fP.S.J Alice is a great friend to all, She answers every whim and call. fA.U.l Esther is Vice-President of '48, She really helps our class to rate. CE.V.J L. MEIER, E. SMITH OUR PARENTS Who is it who reared us to love God and man, And advised us in trials as best they can? Who sent us to school when it was freezing cold, But first to the church to gain heaven's gold? And school done, each day, and homeward bound, We saw God's nature-from the sky to the ground. Our parents good and true-We thank them now and again, And say to them,"God bless you all"-Now and forever-Amen. loe Kline THAT OLD GANG OF MINE I hate to see this year go by, I hate to see our school days die, For we have had the best of lun Through all twelve years, We've hit and run. When leaving school We'll seem so glad, Alas! we're off to Work, so sad. But soon we're all together, and then We're talking of school's past sport again. Ioe Kline 5 - - Q I, I I ,O YN X ' 0,1 f i '72 A 4 l 1, K O Y MORE CAREERS F211 I---if W---07--01--w l 5 """T"i'f NEW VOCATIONF-L GUIDANCE SCHOOL Saint Marys Catholic High School in joining the March of Progress has established its own vocational school. This new undertaking is housed in its own building adjacent to Central. Under the supervision of Father james, Mr. Edward Bridge directs the activities of the Vocational Guidance program. This project under the patronage of Keystone Carbon Company was established to equip the students ot Central with the knowledge of their own traits and inclinations. This will tend to give each student a better grasp on what he can do and should do in his life's work. The school is equipped with the latest wood and metal working devices. There are various types ol lathes, joiners, power-saws, drill-presses, and all the other types of standard equipment. Mr. Bridge is a graduate of California State Teachers' College and has taken a special course in Industrial Arts Education. l-le has experience in teaching in the DuBois City High schools. During the first semester of its operation there were ll5 enrolled in its classes. 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Myra Nolan Grandma .,............,. .,.. F rances Rupprecht Lucille Baldwin .... ...,..... I oan Kerner Ianey Baldwin .... ....... P atty Herzing Bob Baldwin ..... Kenny Schwentner Herbert Dodd ...., ..... R ay Dougherty Announcer's Voice .. Donald Keenan Christmas season brought to our stage a three act play "The Empty Room." It was the story of a miserly innkeeper, who refused his empty room to any one who was without gold. He is influenced by his lover, Ioanna, to give shelter to Mary of Nazareth for nothing, and later in repentance and shame he lays all his gold at the feet of the new born Saviour. Harnar .....................,.,,.,,........ Ioseph Hauber Ioanna ...... .............. .........,... A l dine Glass Rebecca, mother of Hamar . .. .,.,. Mary Theresa Dornish Prophet .. ..... ......... .......... B e tty Straub Mary of Nazareth .,....,... ..., D olores Minich Nobleman of Capernaum .... ..,. C larence Dillson Servant .................... ,... ....,. D a vid Rupprecht "Did You Say Mink" was a comedy staged in honor of Reverend Father Timothy O.S.B. on Ianuary 23. The scene takes place at the home of Mrs. Martin who is interviewing appli- cants for the position of a maid. She has offered the use of her mink coat on the days off which accounts for much of the laughter and merriment of the audience. Mrs. Martin ........ Mrs. Willoughby Ruth Doyle ....... Bessie Potts .... Essie Potts Mrs. Chandler . . Azalea ......... Matilda Brown . . . Lorraine May ...... Winifred Wiggins .. Mrs. Shelly Mortimer Ioanne Fritz . . . , Betty Straub Alice Breindl Rose Grieggs Aldine Glass Mary Lou Williamee . . . . . . . . Marleen Meier . . . . . , . . Eileen Zitzler . . . Donna Mae Gerg , . ....... Alice Krellner Frances Rupprecht M. Nolan IAMIII1 IL!TligfUlWlIIifllIIi VIQT'TfgiVi1IgIYAITI9 IHCUMAS BAUFYH PAUL KREIG IAMRS SCHLIMM forward Center Forward BASKETBALL TEAM Firsi Row: W Him li:-ml:-1 HH- : IW Hmm :, Vwlm Svrnulx Ilvml Hrrvllwl, VV11Mfx:v :xl-vxzwlw r, PM fi Ycflxul-, Hruvv Wfvxtvrvfrxu Ivrulmz KI-'1 1, lrxlumz fi.'?:l1HllYl 'Hur-zx1.1.v Hall'-xg Tullwrv Hnrlciwvrqe-r, Kwanf 1, Clf1rvm'v Drflurxrx lvmw p In l'r'n-y Fourih How: Ufrvlfi K1 mmf-th Hr-1 'arm Irvlm Wv1:1 Second Row: Paul llckmf, Uvnlzz Hug 3 wcht, OHM V:'lw1!1L'1c' ITrt11vk Hfwinlmll Lf-m Mmm mlllf-1, 111-ull, Hnlmy 1,1-nm VV1Hm:u il :uw Hwbmt Klum, Wlllmm Lyrvmz, Hfrrolxi lfmrf-1, Iriwwmi H1-my, I7mmlri Sif dw Coach: Inn IN um- Ny- 41-1 Ihvlzmzz lvk' VI Third How: Hmly Hrfwck, lfzfmplw Gm ILC Director: T"1'hv1 Mum :. as 1 CHEERLEADERS nihmn, Eurfmli Clark, Holly IDWVOILI, Donna Schrclber, Putty Mo-xfqhr, Klrmf-th Hrxufr, Lmnsuf Wnrtmnn SECOND STRING wrwrqvBc111f-13Ufxrmlllbcott, D1-mul.: Nl.',5V'1, lX"'T1I1"TI1 Hfr.txrzf1 04" H1dqvvf,1y Gems, lfmucixry 2 H348 CRUSADERS-BASKETBALL 1947-48 The '47-'48 Crusaders can be rightly recognized as another "great" with the number of famous Central High Teams. With Reverend Father Iames, Athletic Director and Jimmy Goetz, the "Winning Coach", at the helm, the Crushing Crusaders chalked up another remarkable record of 21 and 3 in scholastic competition. Two losses were inflicted upon the Crusaders by a Fenn State Frosh team. Among the outstanding teams the Crusaders defeated were: Iohnstown Catholic, champion of the Altoona Diocese, St. Ioe's of Mt. Oliver, winner of the Pittsburgh Class B league, and St. Bernard's of Bradford. This win clinched the Eastern Section of the Catholic Diocesan League for the Centralites. The Goetzmen also added the second leg to the tripod L. C. Stackpole Memorial Trophy, given each year to the champion high school team in St. Marys. They earned this by smothering the St. Marys Flying Dutchmen 42-15 in the first game, and adding a second victory by a 36-24 score. Constituting the line-up for the season at forwards were 3-year veterans lim Schlimm and Tom Bauer, the up and coming Paul Krieg at Center, and Capt. Vic Straub and lim Handwerger in the rear court. Iim Schlimm proved to be "the big wheel" offensively as he raked up 350 points over a 24 game span. Capt. Straub was considered the "spark plug" of the team, and a game was not officially won until Iimmy Handwerger put in one of his spectacular half-court shots. Tom Bauer proved to be worth his weight in gold, because he not only played in the rear court defensively, but took runnerup spot with 205 points scored. During the last two years, in which the above have played, the Crusaders have lost but 4 games in high school competition as compared to 46 won. The Crusaders as a whole outscored their opponents 1048 to 670. An astonishing record which brilliantly reflects the ability of Coach Goetz was established over the span of the last 4 years, as during this period the Goetzmen have not lost a single encounter to a high school team on its own Court. At this point we wish to give our sincere thanks to Athletic Director, Father Iames, for his untiring efforts in helping the team, Jimmy Goetz for coaching his 14th consecutive year and thus bringing to Central such basket- ball glory as few schools accomplish. We also wish to thank the smooth per- forming cheerleaders, managers, and all others who helped bring down the curtain on another successful basketball season. Opp. Central Opp. Central Alumni 39 52 Public 15 42 St. Leo's 22 53 DuBois 26 60 Wilcox 20 43 Punxy 9 43 Altoona 15 46 D. U. C. 48 36 Benovo 25 43 Wilcox 21 52 Iohnstown 37 35 Pittsburgh 30 51 Bradford 22 20 Bradford 37 47 Oil City 38 40 DuBois 34 44 Public 24 36 Pittsburgh 49 40 Oil City 38 41 D. U. C. 39 28 St. Leo's 36 55 lohnstown 36 45 Altoona 24 46 Oil City 39 42 Punxy 16 55 Renovo 26 61 The win over Oil City gave the Crusaders the title of the "Erie Diocesan Champs". The victory over Renovo leaves but one opponent, Pittsburgh, for us to meet in our section. The invitation to the K. of C. Tournament has been accepted, but due to the lateness of the date, the results will not be able to be printed here. Paul A. Tornatore Denis I. Scott ls! row AUl't'llCI For-l, Carol Hans-s, Mary Hannibal 2nd row Mary Lou Wtlltamee, Val:-ry Gravws, Rita Hanes 3rd row Clare losborger, Loutsr- Worttnan, Ge-orgia Flrich VOLLEYBALL TEAMS lst row Lois Kopp, Patricia Singer, Patricia Brennan 2nd row Hose Gregory, Helen Weber, Mary Witt- man, 3rd row Martha Friedl, Dolores Krellner, Betty Smith. Ab- sent: Cecilia Lenze, Patricia Meyer, lst row Ruth Hanws, Lois Han:-sz, Mary Ann Krieg 2nd row Mary Lou livers, Aloha Wegemer, Flosef Mary Kle'-in 3rd row Aldine Glass, Betty Dippolrl, loanne H+-n wick, Mary Ann Bankovtc. Absent: l"ranc'vs l-lupprecht. lst row loan Puncheeon, Hita Lucanik, Isl row Grace Herbst, Patricia Meagher, Marlene Melt-r, Ruth Heiberqer 2nd row Kathryn Wicks, Irene Straub. 2nd row Mary Graco Schltmm, Altcr- Krf-l Mary Lou Meyt-r, Dorothy Durnich, Betty lner, Donna Gahr, Norma Heiboraer Absent: Barbara Straub Absent: Gloria Hanes, Patricia Sunder, Maraueritv Marconi. Mclfnlaltt. VOLLEYBALL November 13 marked the opening of the 1947-48 Volleyball season. Teams were chosen, and the league games began. The first half closed on December 16 with Georgia Erich's "Dodgers" holding first place. The second hall of the season went into full swing again on Ianuary 8 after the Christmas holidays. Some of the younger members of the league came out with a fairly good showing. The end of the second half found Betty Straub's "Tigers" and Aldine G1ass's "Braves" tie for first place. The 'tie" was played off on Friday, February 13, eliminating the "Braves" The play-offs were held for the title on February 19, on the Gym hard- wood while the crowd cheered the battling "Tigers" and "Dodgers" on. Amid the din and excitement the "Dodgers" clinched the series in the third game with a 21-19 score. Congratulations "Dodgers"l Nice going "Tigers"l After the League games were played off, the class games began on February 26. In the first games of the series the Sophomores defeated the Freshmen. In the second game the Iuniors defeated the Seniors. In the second half the Iuniors defeated the Freshmen eliminating them from the play-offs. The Seniors next eliminated the Sophomores. The play-off was between the Iuniors and Seniors in which the Iuniors defeated the Seniors, winning four games out of six. All hail to the Iuniorsl "Champs" of '48l A. Glass THE SENIOR DIRECTGRY NAME 1. Bauer, Kenneth L. 2. Bauer, Thomas I. ...,. . 3. Baumgratz, Merle A. .. 4. Bosnik, Adelaide I. 5. Butsch, Iames L. .... . 6. Cauley, Bernard I. 7. Decker, William H. 8. Devereux, Mary M. .... . 9. Dippold, Elizabeth G. .. 10. Dippold, William L. ll. Donivan, Lawrence I. .. 12. Dornisch, Mary T. . . .. 13. Eberl, Iohn G. .... . 14. Eckert, Esther R. ..... . 15. Eckert, Paul A. ..,.... . 16. Ehrensberger, Rose M. .. 17. Ellis, Donald L. ,.... . l8. Fleming, Donald R. .. 19. Friedl, Martha I. . . . . 20. Gahr, Donna R. ..,. . 21. Glass, Aldine D. ..... . 22. Gleixner, Eugene H. .. 23. Goetz, Donald E. ..... . 24. Handwerger, Iames N. .. 25. Hathorn, Louise I. . . . . 26. Herzing, Patricia R. .. 27. Hillebrand, Otto A. .. 28. Hoffman, Benedict M. .. 29. Hoffman, Melvin I. 30. Hoffman, Richard L. .. 31. Hutchison, Helen E. .. 32. Kerner, M. Ioan ..... 33. Kestler, Alice A. . . . . 34. Kline, Ioseph F. ....... . 35. Krellner, Dolores M. 36. Krellner, Iames F, ..... . 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 . Kronenwetter, Howard W. . Kronenwetter, Ioseph F. . Laird, Shirley M. ..... . . Lenze, Cecilia R. ..... . . Lucanik, Rita R. ..... . . Marconi, Marguerite I. .. . McKnight, Patricia A. .. . Meagher, Patricia E. .. . Meier, Gerald A. . Meier, Lyra T. .... . . Meier, Robert I. . Meyer, Mary L. . Meyer, Patricia C. . Miles, Velma T. . Minich, Dolores M. 52. Nolan, Myra E. ...... . 53. Reville, Iosephine A. .. 54. Rupprecht, Frances M. .. 55. Rupprecht, Ioan R. . . . . 56. Samick, Lillian R. 57. Schade, Paul I. .... . 58, Schlimm, Iames P. 59. Schneider, Iohn L. 60. Scott, Denis I. ..,. . 61. Seelye, Irene D. 62. Shields, Irene G. , . . . 63. Simbeck, Richard H. .. 64. Smith, Elizabeth I. 65. Smith, Patricia H. 66. Sporner, Ruth M. 67. Straub, M. Phyllis 68. Straub, Victor C. .... . 69. Tornatore, Paul A. .. 70. Uhl, Alice M. ..... . 71. Vollmer, Esther M. .. 72. Wilhelm, LeRoy A. 73. Wolfel, Melvin I. ADDRESS Madison St. .. N. St. Marys St. 237 253 542 Church St. 220 Columbus St . 117 Center St. .... . 123 Bank St. .... . 22 Railroad St. 745 Theresia St. .. 25 Mark St. ..... . 25 Mark St. ..... . 219 Washington St. 601 Maurus St. . . . . 478 Chestnut St. .. Benzinger Rd. 407 Rock St. ..,.. . N. St. Marys Rd. .. 450 Chestnut St. .. S. Michael Rd. 396 Chestnut St. .. 131 Neubert St. .. 109 Fourth St. 556 Maurus St. 150 Oilwell St. 235 Charles St. . . . . 211 Washington St. 520 S. Michael St. Windfall Rd., R. D. 1 . .. ..... 146 Neubert St. . . . . 582 Maurus St. . . . . 435 W. Mill St. 630 Curry Ave. . . . . 463 S. St. Marys St. 706 Theresia St. .. 372 Grant St. .... . Vine Rd. ......... . 253 Brussells St. .. Washington Ext., R. Washington Ext., R. 432 N. Michael St. Depot St. ........ . 629 Lincoln Ave. .. 625 Lincoln Ave. 602 Center St. 327 Washington St. 449 W. Mill St. 637 Hall Ave. 669 Center St. 534 Center St. 212 Chestnut St. .. M. 217 430 236 116 414 D. Highway . . Rightmeyer St. W. Mill St. S. Michael St. Atlantic St. . . . . Maple St. . . . . Eschbach Rd. .... . 399 107 237 139 334 331 534 649 Rightmeyer St. Lafayette St. .. George St. . . . . N. Michael St. Spruce St. . . . . Pine St. .... . Benedict St. .. Pontzer Ave. .. 15 Washington St. Paul St., R. D.1 324 High Ave. 462 Brussells St. .. 134 Washington St. 247 N. Michael St. Rosely Rd. ....... . 141 Oilwell St. 438 N. Michael St. 6.121.111 "If 13.2 .... ..... PARISH Sacred Heart Sacred Heart St. Marys Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart St. Marys St. Marys Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart St. Marys Sacred Heart St. Marys Sacred Heart Sacred Heart St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys St PHONE . . . . .4503 ........7604 ........7l42 ........6l0l .....492l ........6782 ..,......5056 ........5394 .,......6884 ...,....680l .....6l83 .....657l . Marys Sacred Heart ..... 4655 St. Marys St. Marys Sacred Heart ..... 6324 St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys Sacred Heart ..... 6645 St. Marys Sacred Heart St. Marys .......,.... 4951 Sacred Heart ........ 7732 St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys ..... 6712 St. Marys Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart ., ...... 5431 ........5433 ........685l St. Marys St. Marys ..... 5311 St. Marys St. Marys .....,...... 7192 Sacred Heart . . . , . . . .6853 St. Marys Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Sacred Heart St . Marys . ..., St. Marys St. Marys St ........672l ........53l4 ..,.....7323 .,...4571 .....736l . Marys ..... 7093 St. Marys St. Marys ............ 6242 Sacred Heart St. Marys ..... 'Sacred Heart St. Marys St. Marys Sacred Heart St. Marys St. Marys ..... .822 .....7442 ......,.7365 357 .....6663 st. Marys ......,..... 7394 6261 Sacred Heart St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys St. Marys .....52l2 ff! ff QPF 4 QHEIEZ go v! Q W? fic af X' df v Q Y 1 1 , vm ' .4 'Ili w ' 'Ti . 'B' C JUNIORS Fits! Row: Gnu-11v1 Incl: Dfurfrlhy Dvlrnldr, Carol Hanes, I.wrf'm M-'rv'rr1.:, Smrfilr Hritlrnwrr, Arlf-no Sfhlnder, Hulh HMA rw 2 rr- Eirrrw Mfxry VI4-rrrrrrq, Mfxry In Lounchul Second How: fiffurfx Swlarrtgr l'n'r1v1n 1.4-mzclur, Vll'fjl!11CI Slack, Phyllrs 'll'-rxrwr, Cflrxlrx VMI! Mary Ann V11-y, PGIr1C1C1 O'D0nm2ll, My 'fr VV'-1.1-' Third How: Lfnra Kunil, Phyllls Vfurri, Mary Slcluffwr, Vrrnnl-x Vlwlblfrr, Hrwsw Hall'-1, Vfrxw- I":Xl'1'I1l'l Kathryn Wrckfs, Llmxlrv-th Straub Fourlh Row: l,mn::e Wortrnnn, Norrrm Sdrnlvlrr Mrvy Ann Munn Vhyllr-1 Wwfzn--1 Poirlcm Wrllwlrrr, Illf-vrl 'Nun'-r Uwrf-'Try fiittzrfk, Mfirllyn Voc: Firsl Row: Hrvhnrri Hur'-rrfslwf-rqnr', Udwnrri Hrs-hm, Anthony 'r'wm1fg, Hmyrrmn-i firerrrrrmn, Indra f2lY,'1XHl'I', IHYOING 1fCkf'Y1, Xiriwrrri Zfrlt Iifwwwxrri prrvusal, If-rornv Lanz:-1 Second How: I'--nnrea Nrmfv-I, Aurrylrfstrrrfr Hs-rvlnq, Wrllmm P'lQYT'll1"If1, Walrvr Hrulwr, 'I'h:urrrr1:s I'c'kn-rt, W-wltf-r I1-mrmir-1, G+-mqev Bmwr, lvhrr Wfri Third How: Hlvlrnrri Vrrldbnulwr, Iiflwrxrd Yurnfi, Hob'-rt Prrmz, K1-rmf-th Hvrrmz Cl!r1YIf'!3 M:Qur-nr-, 'I'hnrnf1: O'Br1v-n, Hlchmri Clark, Karl Mnyr-r Fourth Row: Pun WQAIZ, Hlchnrri I'fr1:3:mlrr1r1rr rf.0rv'r'r Hyun, All---rr Vfffrntrrrll 3 J Pfnlxrw Pam, 'Iho'nn'a firm-1'1f, lw1y'znfvr'rri Wf-nl--I lfxnl Schlrmm. FRESHMEN First How: ruth Harwfa, Draw- Iiornaht-y, Thalra Schatz, Mary Ann Kr-ttf-1, Avitirr-y Wwkf-tl, Itfantnft Wtfritif-I, Gram: Ht-rbst, 'ilwrivi Htmv 1: Wtirzm Sttfrtltl Mary Harmrbal Second Row: Vatrrvra ill'-txrtv-:, Hmzt- Hruttmtrri, 'fhfvtf-:w tftchmrllwr, Mar ifrrftt Sfttltmrrx, Graft Ham-r Mary Lou Sy-orrwr, Grin- tvtvww- Lrtti-Af, Lyra Amman, fit V11 um: Kvstlz-I, Aurfrlta Ford, Ilwrf. Ham-:1 Third Row: Ham' Crt:-rm:-1, Lms Kopp, Martha ktrfzt-1:1ar1 tfvitlnf Krrrtbiu, Lrrmast- Nrisrzbaurn, Ifltaabf-th Shafini, ffltxtrtvy Hltttwt, Mfirm Hu t rtfrtrt, Marilyn Hfimutr-1, Ivan If fwt-lrvbz, Mtizy Arm Srmrtf-r Fourth Row: Patrrcta Iilppolvl, Iaan Pl11lCi'lt'!'7f'l, Mary Lau MCKm'it:t, Fatrtcta HVYUIIIIXYI Mtnrarr Sefeltv, Mary Paar, Nwrrrtrw iii-rlw!.7'tr, Harltma Iitittz-rlwrqvz, Huth Stebrck, Mary Arm K:x:.J Fifth Row: Airw Kit-Hut-r, Iecm Kvrnf-r, Iifttttt Mtrtcwtr, tilftrvrtcf fmt: Alfwhti Wrfqvrmfr, 5 Q Mary Lof- W'-rs, Dara D Amaw, Iatrtcta Krmuf-nt-.'vt1+-r, Iwrri Gres-ritharufr Sixth Row: iiutva Sturry, Italfwwf, Kmqltt, Thflrese De-tszctt, Mary Lou Stihuig Mary Lmt Wnlltarm-t-, Barbara Surltiwr Cwttofrt Gattfy, Mfirtiarvt Htwftmtrrr, fiay Casslty Absent: Mtirlfyzt M-Kfijttf-t, Cvitrtt- W'-trlxxv-tl First Row: Hzifimtr ti Haltvr, It-mrrtw Kvllv-r, Harry Iilcwk, Hay ward Wolff-i, Iamf S Aritir,-mari. Dmtalfi Stu-1'-, Ttiaruazz Valvri rzronti WHIN-I P1111 Nrcktms, Holy-rt Trriha, lf-rmrw Hfrsswlruan, turner, Hlcharfi Sevlye, Wrllram Zfvlt, Arivlrvw Kar-5, Charles: Hewitt I,art.f'ff1 Allfen Pflnrlif-t, Lua Mo:-.r-rmllf-r, Harman Hup Marconi, Rf-rriarri Ham-r Fourth How: Trvfwr I1 fr-y tttviwrt rr--rttt Ifiwtizt H1-ary Second Row: Davrfi Hlipprvclit, Hupprecht, Sylvesst--r Kmrteriwvttvr, Carl Dxrrcwlti, Itrchtiirti Allfri Hfrzzfz-tlrztfrri, Va-wrtii Haulw-r, Clarcncv- Dlllson, Hrchard GL-ra, Wxlltam Lyons' Lt-ray Sh-iwtgky Nnrmmi Kmzxvrrwt-tt--r, 'lv-ll'-, Mruliaf trier-rf, William Plrcalrm, Mark Wmcsrwt, Patrick Honatti NPWPH Absent: Date- fivfirfs INN mi Marr Hauzfflmart, Ottrt Ilrhantc' Third Row: Ifd- 9 Q an www M I jr, inlll4,Effff?fgm' it . J u gi: 2- I .iii 4 1 - ,V . ,K YW V? 'K' l'x NIM 0 +4 v x ,. il. W!! l 4 ' .xl i Q W H 1" -'JYEQF ' : g:i V51 Il', ' . A: , . x gl ,, A I 1 T . 4 H . I k 4 ? 3El " f 'S:.5-,gswz Q5-Y L 1 , i. . I U ' ' M f- , , . L, uflvv l f fi' " ' een I wi. FQ .. Q 3 ,, A J f 4 I ig M ' Q 9.1 . xv , L 5 ,A Y .0 Q 4. f g.qwg.Q, 'lb . 1 Q- 1 M v ,Q.., 4 . 6 a,! 1 . ,,M11 yfh V 4. V U u' M'M ?V l-:Ill . V GUR ADVERTISERS Allen's Sport Store Altar Society ,, ...,, Armour Leather Co. A. 6. P. Tea Co. ...... ....... . Automotive Trades Association Ayrshire Dairy ....,. ..,...,.. Bastian Bros. Co. ...,, . Bayer Furniture Co .,.. . Beaver Meadow Bakery .,.. Bell Motors ...4...,..,..- Ben Franklin Restaurant Berman s ....,,..,...... B. P. O. Elks ........, B. 6 R. Electric ....... Boscol Tool 6- Mig. Co. Brown's Boot Shop .,...,,.... Builders 61 Mfg. Supply Co. Burden, Iohn C. ........... . Burke Bros. ..,,...,..,......., . Butz, Iohn M., Store ......... , Catholic Knights ol St. George Catholic Men's Fraternal Club C. Y. M. A. G Boosters ....... Central Drug Store ........,,. C. H. S. Alumni Association Central Restaurant ,,......, City Transter ....... Class of 1910 .. .. Class ol 1928 .. . Class of 1939 .... Class ot 1947 ...... Clover Hill Dairy ,,........ Corbett Cabinet Co. .,,. . Crusaders Basket-ball Team Crystal Beverages , ...,.... Daily Press .......,,...... Damus Bros. Co., Inc. ,. Dauer's Restaurant Dauer's Sport Store . . . DeLullo's Shoe Store .. .. Eagen Hardware .... ..... East End Service Station Eckert's Water Pump Service . Eight Eight A ....................,.. B ....,..,....,.,....... Eleanor Beauty Shop , , Elk Candy Co. .....,.. . Elk County Dairy .......... Elk County Specialty Co. Elk Engineering Works .,.. Elk Motor Sales ,,..,....,.. Enterprise Printing House .. Erich, I. W. Trucking ..... Farmer's Store ...,.,..... Fedder's Iewelry Store .... Fleming, P. I. ........... . Florio's Grocery Store Fox Brothers Trucking ,,..... Friends .............,............ ....105 .,,.l07 ....10S .....97 ........67 .,.. 102 ....9S ...,.94 ,....10l ,...l06 ....l04 ..,,.83 .,...94 ,....l02 ....97 ...IDS .,...89 .....99 .....82 ....l12 ........83 .....,..75 ....,75 ....l09 ...,.68 ....lll ..,.l00 .....77 .,...114 ....,69 ..,ll3 ..,.,103 ,...8B ..,..84 ....97 .....98 .,..96 .,..1l5 ...,,l05 .....ll0 ,....97 ....l08 ,....96 ....107 ....,94 .,,lO4 ....103 ..,..88 ....l01 .....86 .....73 .....95 ....ll3 ....l07 .....85 ....l03 ....,l08 .......1U8 .64693 Fulton 61 King Chevrolet, Inc. ........., 65 Gerg Music Store .............. Glassers ..................... Glover, Dr. H. H. Gorman Dairy Store .....84 .....79 ....,83 ....l08 Grand Market Stores .... Gregory, C., Store Gross, Iack ,......... Grotzinger Studio ...,...... Harvey, Charles P., Dist. Hauber, Charles A., M. D. Hayes, Dr. C. R. ............ . Herr 6. Golumbic ,...,......... Herzing, Faith Beauty Salon .... Herzing, Helen, Beauty Shop ..., .,., Herzing, P. C. Store ,......... Hobby Shop .......... Home Economics Class .......... Home Furniture Co. .................. . Horvatin's, Louise, Eating Place ...... Industrial Finance Co. ...,.....,.... . Iacob's Furniture Store ........ Iournal Press .......... Kallas, Ted ...,....... Kantars, Inc. , .....,,... ., Kautman's Auto Parts ,.., Keller and Woliel ...,... Keystone Carbon Co. . K. ot C. ......,,....,..... ....,....,. . Kronenwetter, Pauline Beauty Shoppe . Ladies Auxiliary ol K. of St. George .. Leon's Laundry ....,... Lesser G Lesser ...... Leuschel's Store Lion, Edwin I. ....... , Lower Furniture Store Luhr's Flower Shop Lynch Funeral Home ,.,. Mahel's Beauty Shoppe .... Malone, I. I. ....,...... . Malone, M. E. ..,...... . Marconi, Iohn .......... Market Basket Store .... Marsh, A. F. ....... . Mary's Beauty Shop McKee, Leo, M. D. ,. Meisel Funeral Home Miller's Hardware .... Moon Wink Inn .,... Morse Engraving Mullendean Hotel . ,... ........, , . Murphy, G. C., Co. ....,..,....,.... . Myers, Wally and his Orchestra National Biscuit Company ...... National Molded Products, Inc. ...... , Neal Cleaners ................... New Franklin Hotel .,,. Old Tyme Bakery ....... Pappas, Iohn 6. Helen .... Patrons .....,. , ......... Peacock ......,........... Pistners Service Station .... Pontzer, Dr. A. I. .......,.. . Protective Fraternal League Pure Carbon Co., Inc. Red G White Store ..... Reider's Market ....... Reville, Peter ..... Ridgway Record .... I-lobacker, Gilbert Rogan, Iohn I. ., .. ,. , Rollick's lce Cream Bar .. Rupprecht 6. Houston .... Sacred Heart School .......,..... Sacred Heart Sodality ,............ St. Marys Aerie No. 536, F. O. E. St. Marys Block Co. .. ....,.... St. Marys Carbon Co. ,. ,...,,.. St. Marys Drug Store ,... St. Marys Friction Co. ..........,.. . St. Marys Gift 6. Art ..............., St. Marys Home G Auto Supply Co. . St. Marys Insurance Agency ........ St. Marys Lodge 146, Loyal O. ot M. St. Marys Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. St. Marys Packing Co. ,.......,.... . St. Marys Post Amer. Leg. Post 103.. St. Marys Savings 6, Loan Association St. Marys Sewer Pipe Co. .....,... . St. Marys Sodality ......, ,. St. Marys Superette .,..., St. Marys Super Service . . . St. Marys Theatre .................., St. Marys Transfer Company ...,..,. St. Marys Wallpaper 6. Paint Store .. Samrny's Shoe Shop .............,... Schaut's Bus G Taxi Lines Schwabenbauer's Farms .. . Scutella's Cleaners . . . . Seven A ..,...,......... Seven B ................... Shafter's lce Cream Co. Sherry, V. I. ,....,....,.. . Shields Lunch ,..... Smith Brothers ........ Smith 6: Horton Co. ., Smith's Sport Store Sorg, Herbert P. ............... . Speer Carbon Co. ...... ......,.. . Spence, H. W. Meat 61 Groceries .. St. Marys Feed and Supply Co, Stackpole Carbon Co. ..,..... . Standard Pennant Co. ..,. . S. 6: S. Machine Co. ......,. . Straessley Monument Works Straub Brewery ..........,.,,. Stroehmann Brothers Co. Sugar Hill Dairy ..,........... Sylvania Electric Products Thespian Dramatic Club .... Thompson, Edward A. .... . Top O' Th' Hill Market .. Uhl, Iohn I. ............,.......,. . Underhill Coal Mining Co. ...... . United Electrical Radio G Machine Veterans of Foreign Wars oi the US Warren Baking Company ..,...... Weis, C. M. ............. . Widman 6. Teah .................. Wiesner, Geo. E. 6 Son ....,..... Williams G Williams Dry Cleaning Wittman's Cleaners . ,............ Wolf, Gus .......,.....,. Young's Service Station l -ff" J Ultsqf' 'SDS 15532 i I G gbwf' v , NEQWW' W 3"""P' VU'6V,qlfvx" N' guy' 'T L S4 W ' J? JJ' 2"bJ-fv -4."A' .-.3Q'2f,S'SJ' 'ff -H' ,,Wv.Z. .fx V X120 :gf 'Ufpf' mf" -2 Q okfx " dd Q. ,Wy '1"- VL -siolfza vb 5'-115 fa' L' C ff ,J A, -IZ' J' of ISV Hf' J JJ' L AL-I .JKV ,I ff A 95k Q65 AJS HA Af' j11"'A Q-'ow Ju jv .AS ,gfff f 71' 3 rx V-1,9 9 C 'Nd Q'-V1 sy' fff' JW' .J .Q-1 JJ Jn 154' 'ff Q- D5 JV vb -fGJ".JxJ V- Qr "5 nc,-01 4'-fs I-A jlwa Vkrf- LQNL, fa 5 C 5 " f4'.J,J:'7-J' 3031- fmgnij sg Cz-as 'Sgr' X 24 Qfxq JDJ' '75 'Ja ,As-x Swnfllf .1-Q-'J ' VJ NCx1ff'lALl 'G-FL, -'U.a CC Compliments of a Friend 2? K K K l K K K K K K K 1 -K-K-l-i-l-l-l-K-l-K- -K-K-luh-K- 64 Compliments of Fulton Sz King Chevrolet, Ino ST. MARYS. PA. I I , - - 05 Compliments of KEYSTQNE C A R B Q N COMPANY ST MARYS PA I A I Kb -g..g- -g-Q-x- - - - - -1 g-1- -g-g.g.Q- -g-g- -g,L- -Q- -L-5, - -1- Q L I Compliments of Flutomotive Trades Plssociation Bell Motors Fulton G King Cotters Garage Keystone Motors, Inc. Detscl'1's Garage Leithrier Auto Service Elk Garage St. Marys Super Service Elk Motor Sales Co. St. Marys Vulcanizing Works Wolfe1's Motor Service Compliments Of STRAUB BREWERY Draught and Bottle Beer Since 187 2 3 3-1-1"1"'1-X"'N' -3'-1-3-I-1-3-3'-3-3-X-3"5-I-3-5-1-3'3-3-3 3-3 -I-5-3-3"5 X I 07 KS Y Y 7 ' 5Z V 'G"'5GCiCiGS5I1""G'1G" - Y C1'XC3!:lCL:15'-I Complimerzts W CENTRAL CATHOLKIHHHTALUMNI ASSOCIATION President WALTER L. SCHAUT '32 Vice President WILLIAM O. HANHAUSER '37 Secretary DOROTHY SOI-ILODER '39 Treasurer GEORGE SHAFFER '38 xxx: un 1-y1 1 13 11 1 1313-1 113-Q1 un un,-n xy uqqy u-jun 1313 :ju-31 u-qryxy-.3 68 I ' -3-q- -y-3-3-3 -3-y-3-3- -3-5-3-3-1-3-3-1-3-3-. -3 SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, lnc. Makers of Radio Tubes - Cathode Ray Tubes Incandescent Lamps - Fluorescent Lamps Fixtures and Accessories Electronic Devices Plants In: Pennsylvania. Massachusetts. West Virginia and New York COMPLIMENTS or CLASS OF 1939 CHARLES P. HARVEY Distributors Pennzip 61 Pennzoil Dowllake lCalcium Chloridel Industrial Oils ci Greases Diesel Oils Fuel Oils Mineral Oil Kerosene Solox lSolventl Tractor Fuel Special Oils Lubricating Equipment Auto Accessories Distributing in ELK, CAMERON AND MCKEAN COUNTIES PHONE 5444 ST. MARYS. PA 2 U0 OF STACIKPCDILE C A R CD N CCDMIPANY 92445 GZC5, Z5,d opus uxm-gi. quot nf,-c V :wig im. nn-r igm-s. I l I X 1-ri! ICITIIIII, mc 4-:lux zltmlcuf xx-I11s1.n." UYIH, Rh-lznn, Hunk IS. S I' Congratulations on Your Achievement Class ot 1948 JOURNAL PRESS, INC. Pl'illfC'l'S - Lifllograpfavrx - Bfl1fI,f'l'S 212-16 W. SECOND ST. IAIVIESTOWN, N. Y. COI71plfl1lf'lIfS of REIDER'S MARKET 219 SOUTH MICHAEL ST. RUSCO COMBINATION WINDOWS ond RUBBEROID ROOFING AND SIDING U I'rm' Dt'HI0lISfl'tIfl0Il am! Izxflnmfwx E. A. THOMPSON ST. MARYS. PA. PHONE 4751 Sf. Marys Original and Deprflizfablc' Cui Rafe Store DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS SODAS TOBACCOS WIDMANN 8: TEAH, Inc. 71 Congratulations! Complimenis of NATIQNAL MOLDED PRODUCTS, Inc 'P 40-42 S. ST. MARYS ST. ST. MARYS, PA. 7.2 Com plimenfs of ELK MOTOR SALES CO Ford Mercury Lincoln-Zephyr Sales - Service Compliments of SACRED HEART PAROCHIAL SCHOOL BL sr. MARYS. PA. 73 SSZ3 COMPLIMENTS OF SPEER CARBCN COMPANY ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS C. Y. M. A. AND BQGSTERS Fm 0 55 5 '3 QV C lfzllullnzwzfs of of ' A 9 U E fa -g C1 9 Mary5 STRGEHMANN BROTHERS CINWPANY,hm. i i 111 North Second Stree OLEAN. N. Y. 3- - - ' " ' -3-3- -3- -3- -3- - 3 Q 1 Q-Q-Q-Q-Q- -Q-l-Q- -Q-Q-Q-L-Q-Q-l- -1- - - - - -l-l- -Q-1-Q- -Q- -Q COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MAIQVS CARBCDN CGMPANY 'Y ST. MARYS, PENNSYLVANIA I 3- -5-3- - - - - - -y- - - -5- -y-3-y-5-3- -y-3-3- - -3 - -3-3-3 3 3 76 Compliments of Young's Ser-vice Station GAS OIL CANDY AND TOBACCO Phone 5481 CORNER PINE 61 ROSELY ST Compliments of T E D K A L L A S "TEXAS HOT DOGS" Complimenfs of CLASS of 1910 3 3-3-3-y-y-3-q-3-3-1-5-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-y-5-3-5 -3-3-. -3-3-3-3 ' 77 Q Q-Q-g.g-1-Q-Q.. ...Q-g.g.g. -g- ... g.q-1.1.1. - .. -1- -g-g-s- g-g.g.g 1 Q Compliments W PROTECTIVEFRATERNAL LEAGUE SAINT MARYS. PA. 3 3- -3-3-3-3-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3- - - -3- -3-3-3-3 3 3 78 C1 CONGRATULATIONS THE NEW FRANKLIN HOTEL ST. MARYS' LEADING HOTEL Always Something New Always Something Smart For fbc' Iunior and Miss GLASSER'S COMPLIMENTS OF PAULINE KRONENWETTER Beaufy sbfpppe PHONE 5011 I , Serve- ,,...m... "ln all ways- ' and always" Yl-ARREII BAKTIIG GUMPRIIY Tires Batteries Accessories PISTNERS SERVICE Comer Mill and So. St. Marys Sts. ST. MARYS. PA. Kendall Texaco Tydol Esso Sinclair Quality Products 3-3-3-3-5-y- -3-3- -3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-5-3-3-. -q-3-3- -3-3- - ai kk-ilk KIFKKKKK KKK! Kklkklfs K Xl 1 Compliments Of PURE CARBCDN CCDMPANY ST. MARYS, PENNSYLVANIA 3 33BBEXYXBXBIBXHXHXXXSXIXXXBBXY 33X35"3 80 l Com plimcnts Of ST. MARYS LODGE No. 146 TI-IE LOYAL ORDER OE MOOSE M7-P Q onvdo COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MARY'S POST IO3 AMERICAN LEGION xc.. ' ll! Us 'xx 'ey QI' F fhvfiijiimx Z OE EiEEEZiYE 8 ---x...g-g-g.g-.g.g..---Q.----g..------1.-g.g..--..-- VETERANS OE FOREIGN WARS OE THE UNITED STATES Kissel, Behringer Post 1047 ST. MARYS. PA. TO CARE Fon HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND POR HIS WIDOW AND OHPHAN Compliments of B URKE BROS. Construction Service cmd Supplies struction Equipment for Rent PHONE 7300 ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS OF WILLIAMS 8: WILLIAMS Dry Cleaning ST. MARYS, PA. Leelaffnd. CLEAN E RS Qxknkmkg QKQQQQ-KQQQKQQQKQQQKQQQ QQQQQQ-r QQQQ-A1 ml-Au-QpnKmQ1Ku-K1K1K1K1K1lll GROTZINGER STUDIO Everything Photographic Portraits, Weddings Family Groups, Children Baby Pictures in your own home Copy Work Photostatic Copies ol your valuable papers 10 RAlI.ROAD STREET Patronize Your Advertisers Insure in the UIITIIDLIII KIIIGIITS 0F ST. GEORGE RATES ARE RIGHT Compliments of TI'I E MARKET BASKET MEATS GROCERH-is FRUIT VEGETABLES Compliments of IACK GROSS ST. MARYS. PA. ..,,uuu-f Compliments COMPLIMENTS OE of "NEW BEAUTIFUL DR. H. H. GLQVER m,,,,,,,s.. K THE FASHION CENTER ERIE AVENUE ST. MARYS, PA. 5ZEZ5S 1 5SE5ZQ Complinzerzts of Crusaders Basketball Team COMPLIMENTS OF GERG MUSIC STORE ' Compliments of RIDGWAY RECORD STANDARD PEIINMIT GUMPANY COMPLIMENTS BIG RUN, PA. OF Iefferson Co t 1 X, ST. MARYS v SEWER PIPE CO. Mazzzzfacfurcrs FELT CS CHENILLE AWARDS AND SWEATERS Q 'Q3 33? E3 84 Z'11 S 5E51553SC COMPLIMENTS f C01IIplf'l716lIfS OF of FEDDER,S LYNCH'S Jewelry SYOYC FUNERAL HOME JG xx gt, THE ST. MARYS COUNCIL NO. 567 COMPLIMENTS K N I G H T S OF O F C O L U M B U S wzfifiy s'r. MARYS, PA. 256 - 351.00 Chcrrity Unity Fraternity Patriotism Department Store 3 EE2ZZEE EEEEEE2ZEENEENQZEZE I Q g..g.g.y.g..1.g.g-Q-g..g. - .. - .. -g.g.g.g.g.g.g..g.1...g.g.g-g.Q.g..g.L-L-g.g-1 L I TI-IE PEP-.COCK A GOOD PLACE TO MEET YOUR FRIENDS Wfcfrc' On The Avenue Courtesy of ELK ENGINEERING WORKS Established in 1904 Gray Iron, Brass, Bronze and Aluminzmz Founders General Macbinisfs PHONE 857 ST. MARYS. PA. Coemplimerzfs of LOWER FURNITURE CO. Friendly and Dependable 12 ERIE AVENUE ST. MARYS, PA 3 3-3- -3-3-3- -.3-3-3-3-3-3-3 -3-3 -3-3-313 -3- - -3-313 -3 - -3-3 3 3 l 86 Co HlP1il7lUl7fS of of HOME FURNITURE THE EAGLES COMPANY Workmen's Compensation Widows Relief Old Age Pensions Stabilization of Employment rxs ST. MARYS AERIE, No. 536 Depenahble Furnifure Easy Terms 149 Long Ave. 221 Brussels St. DUBOIS, PA. ST. MARYS. PA. 230 N. Broad St. PHILIPSBURG. PA. COMPLIMENTS Compliments of OF NEALS CLEANERS a n Y E n s STORES F""""'I9' 210 Chestnut Street PARIS CLEANERS William F. Renwick '34, Prop. y-3-3- -. -3-3-.3-3-3-y-3- -3 - -3-3-3-3- -3-3-3-y-3-3-3-3-5-W -3-3-1-3- -3-3 Complimwffs of THE HOBBY SHOP 215 BRUSSELLS ST. COMPLIMENTS OF JACOBS FURNITURE STORE Complimwzts of ELK COUNTY DAIRY ST. MARYS, PA. COMPLIMENTS Complinzenf OF of CORBETT CABINET MANUFACTURING C0. MONUMENT WORKS U vr 1 EEEEEEEEEEE2 Q2Z 3SEE 1G5E SGS Compliments of BUILDERS AND MANUFACTURERS SUPPLY CO. S Compliments of ST. MARYS SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSUGIATION MII Regular Monthly Savings induces thrift and brings financial independence rw: ST. MARYS. PA. Compliments ot ST. MARYS WALLPAPER 8: PAINT STURE SANITAS Unitized Wall Papers Martin Senour Paints Dutch Boy White Lead C0111 pliments of ST. MARYS INSURANCE AGENCY, ING. 6150 G. S. RUPPRECHT S. G. RUPPRECHT A. I. KLAUSMAN 2EEEEEEEE EE . ESSEX Q Q Q Q Q.Q. -Q.Q.Q. -Q. - - .. -Q.Q-Q-Q.. -Q.. - -Q.Q. -Q. -Q. .. ..Q-Q- Q COMPLIMEN TS OF RUPPRECHT and HOUSTON Attorneys Compliments of S. and S. Machine Shop Compliments and Best Wishes from KAUFMANS AUTO PARTS Distributors of Automotive Parts and Equipment ST. MARYS, PA. I ------3---.-y--3--3-3--5-3-5-3-----3 3----- 3 3 3 90 Q..g.g.1.Q. -g. -g.1.L.1.g..g.g. -g.g.g.g.g.g-y.g.g.Q.g.g..g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.g 5 GD YEARS is Q long time but this year we 50 years established. 50 years ol merch Qnchsmg in Elk County. Always "F in qucllity and style. 1898 - 1948 SMITH BRIITIIERS 00. Our Golden Afzzziversary Compliments of IIIDUSTIIIIL FIIIAIIGE GOMPAIIY 'Y ST. MARYS, PA. COMPLIMENTS UNDERH I LL OF COAL MINING CGM IJANY ST. MARYS PACKING C0 lohn I. Lynch - Victor D. Benigni Q Q6 Bifzmzinous Coal ST. MARYS. PA. Telephone 825 MINES AT TYLER, PA. BUNNY BRAND MEAT PRODUCTS ST. MARYS, PA. - - -3-3-3- ' -1-y- -3- -3- -3-3-y-y-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-y-y-y-y-y-y-3-3-3-3-3- -K-K-Ks - -K-K-K K K K- -K-K K K K-K-K- -Kl-K-KuK-K- -KF -KPK- GK- K COMPLIMENTS OF A M. E. MALONE Authorized Dealer of General Electric and Admiral Appliances PHONE 4209 KERSEY. PA. COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MARVS TRANSFER ST. MARYS, PA. COMPLIMENTS OF ST. MARYS BLCDCK CQ K 92 Compliments COMPLIMENTS ofa OF Friend A FRIEND of the Graduates 13 eompbmenfs of Zfienas .SEP 1 Q3 g.g..g.g.x, -Q-Q. -Q..g..L.g-g.g.Q.g.g..g.g..1-g-g.g.g.Q-g.g..1- -1- , Q.. - -g.1,. -1. COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of Girls and BOYS CHARLES A. HAUBER 7'B M. D. tg ST. MARYS PAROCHIAL SCHOOL CHARITY BROTHERLY LOVE Best Wishes of B.P.O.ELKS IUSTICE FIDELITY C01nplimgnf5 OF of BOYS Eng GMS BAYER'S FURNITURE ' STORE - :: ST. MARYS PAROCI-HAL SCHOOL ST. MARYS. PA. - Q.. - -Q-Q-Q-Q-Q-g.Q. -g- -Q- .. - 1- -L-1-1. -xp -L- - -K-in -t-k-K-K- COMPLIMENTS Compliments OF of P- C- HERZING JOHN at HELEN PAPPAS MAURUS STREET ST. MARYS. PENNA. 'A' if Meats and Groceries COMPLIMENTS ENTERPRISE OF PRINTING HOUSE M I Stationery, Office and Filing Supplies HARDWARE -EE Phone 7515 BRUSSELLS STREET 95 Em AVENUE ST. MARYS. PA. Compliments of MABEL'S BEAUTY SHOPPE ST Machine-Machineless ' Cold Wave Perrnanents Hair Styling - Scalp Treatment Dial St. Marvs 392 KENNETH l. HALLORAN '32 Proprietor 251 MARKET ST. ZCSSCL . Y My ildlddtldlgl Compliments of UNITED ELECTRICAL RADIO AND MACHINE WORKERS OF AMERICA LOCAL 502 V 106 SO. MICHAEL STREET ST. MARYS, PA. President Financial Sec'y S. I. IESBERGER B. I-IEIBERGER Vice-President Treasurer ED. EHRENSBERGER RICHARD HERMAN Vice-President Recording Sec'y GEORGE CLOUSER ROBERT WAMSLEY COMPLIMENTS OF IIEIII BOTTLIIIG GDMPIIIIY DAMUS BROTHERS CO., INC.-DUBOIS Bottlers of "Royal Crown Cola Best By Taste Test" Water Conditioning By Permutit Free Water Analysis ECKERT WATER PUMP SERVICE Phone 5059 sr. MARYS. PA. Compliments from "That Smooth Starlit Rhythm" of WALLY MYERS AND HIS ORCHESTRA ISE: A 96 Z1S COMPLIMENTS Complimcrzfs OF of I G P TEA UU. BOSCOL TOOL St MFG. CO. Q5 7 LEO SCHADE, MGR. COMPLHVIENTS OF Compliments of ST. MARYS LEU T. MCHEE, Nl. mug 51-035 35 ,xg Compliments of srsffi Hearty Congrafulafions E A G E N to the H A R D W A R Graduating Class sr. MARYS from CRYSTAL HHH B EVERAG ES ttled by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Compu ST. MARYS, PA. Compliments of DAILY PRESS PUBLISHING CO. w AJ COMPLIMENTS OF GUS J. WOLF Distributor O f Quality Beers '93 Phone 384 327 ROSELY ST. SCHAUT'S BUS 6: TAXI LINE DIAL 3 3 3 Ride the Bus for Sure and Economical Transportation BASTIMI BRUS. GUMPMIY Manufacturing Iewelers and Stationers ROCHESTER, N. Y. Designers and producers oi emblems for High School Clubs IVrilr for frm' mlalvg Engraved Name Cards CHARLES E. MCDONALD 930 Investment Bldg. Phone Court 1196 239 FOURTH AVE., PITTS., PA. 3-3-3-3-5-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-1 -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-y-3-1-3 -3-3-3-3-3-5-5-3-3 CKSG Compliments C0l7Zf7Iil7l61IfS Of Of C. GREGORY STORE Mega GEO'-fries IUHN C. BURDEN 118 Mn.L s'r. 451 ST. MARYS. PA. C 1. COMPLIMENTS OF omp lments of JOHN MARCONI ST. MARYS """""" G I F T I H D I R T COAL and GENERAL HAULING . Conzplimcnts Comphments of of ST. MARYS EDWIN I. LION TH EATER il? "Every Patron an Honored Guest" rf: ' cQ:n:0:l CQMPLIMENTS GP M O O N WI N K IN N COI1I!J1iH2C'l7fX of LEGINVS LAUNDRY COMPLIMENTS OF MADYQS l3fAU-fy SHCD 318 IOHN sr., sr. MARYS. PA. Phone 5424 Complinzcnis COI7II7lilllCl1fS of of ST. MARYS HOME 6: AUTO CITY TRANSFER SUPPLY co. CQ 10 R. R. sr. sr. MAPYS, PA. 3 PHONE 4271 FIRESTONE Tires Tubes ST. MARYS, PA. Home and Auto Supplies 2 A 'iii IUU ' ...g g-g.g.g.g -g.g.g. .g.g Y - Q..g-Q.g.g.g.. -Q-g..g..g..g.g.g., -g.Q.g.g.g Our Motto: 'Courteous cmd efficient service, supplying your needs, prompt- ly cmd precisely." COMPLIMENTS OF BEAVER MEADOW BAKERY B. M. B. Tops for Toasf DUBOIS, PENNA. Complimrfzts Of DR. C. R. HAYES sr. MARYS. PA. Compliments COMPLIMENTS . of OF T ll E S P I I H D R A M A T I G LLIIHFS, Ailxilidfj' c L U B of the ST- MHRYS KNIGHTS OF ST. GEORGE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL C0lI1plf1I16'llfS ELK COUNTY SPECIALTY of COMPANY SIMMWS SHUE SIIUP Home Fzzrnisbirzgs M ? It pays To Have Your Shoes 233-235 Brussells Street RePaired ST. MARYS. PA. amnmm: m. e ' A A E lttl -Q-K-l l -K-K-l-K-I-K-l K-K-l-K-l-K-K-K-l-l-l-K-K- -ln-l- -K-K-K-fp -K-KFKG -K Compliments of B. 8: R. ELECTRIC COMPANY Wholesale Only ST. MARYS. PA. PHONE 6755 COMPLIMENTS OF HOME EGUIIDMIGS GLASS St. Marys Catholic High School ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS OF Luhr's Flower Shop ST. MARYS. PA. "Say It Wiib Flowers" COMPLIMENTS OF Complimcmfs Of M E I S E L ' S IYRSIIIRE DAIRY ChdrlesUhl QUALITY MILK from Accredited Herd 'AF Phone 4808 ST. MARYS. PENNA. ST- MARYSI PA- .. ..3-3-3- u5-3-3-5-3- -3-3-q-3-3-3-3 3-3- -3-3-3 -3-3- - ai- - - - -3-q- 1,- 102 Q Q. -g.L-g.g.g.g. - -g.g.g- -g.g.g-.Q.g-g-g- -Q-g.g-g- - .i. - -Q-Q-Q-g.g-Q COMPLIMENTS Couzplimcfnfs OF of GLUVER HILL ELK CANDY WHY COMPANY H if E. I. Grotzinger Estate ST. MARYS, PA. COMPLIMENTS P- JI OF Dvalvr in ,IGHN J. ROGAN Home F urnisloings 222 CHESTNUT STREET ST. MARYS. PA. Hardware, Plumbing, Heating Roofing and Awning Phone 4714 120 MII.L ST. ST. MARYS, PA. Compliments of ww I' Q13 EIEWELERS LESSER BLOCK ST. MARYS . PA. 42 Years of Service Compliments Of J. J. MALONE 3 -3-3- -3-3-3-3 -3-y- ' -3-3 y-3-y- ' -3-3-3 - -y- -3 - ' -3- - 103 K Q KQKQQQKQKQQQQQQQQQQQ 1 un 1 1 QQQQQQQQQQ-Q1Q-QQ.-QqQ1lpQ1Q1QnKQQ-1-LQQQQQ-KQQ Best Wishes to the Class of 1948 ELEANOR K. SMITH, PERMANENT WAVE SHOP Croquignole, Spiral and Cold Waving Individual Hair Styling and Shaping, Roux Tinting Marcels, Facials and Manicures DIAL 357 Ask about the new Electronic Wave Com plimenfs Of BEN FRAN KLI N RESTAURANT COMPLIMENTS Compliments OF of MULLENDEAN H ER B ERT P. SORG HOTEL 35 C? ST. MARYS, PA. 104 I C 0 nz plimen ts Compliments of of FARMS Meats and Groceries Quality Farm Products Dial 4824 ESHBACH ROAD ST. MARYS, PA. ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments . Of DAUE R S SPORT STORE G. C. MURPHY Co. V WK COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF o Al-I-EN 5 oEo.E.W1EsNER The Sporfsrnavfs Shop and Sports of dll kinds Model cmd Hobby Supplies Allen Herr, Prop. 3- - - - - - - - -3 -y-3-y-3- wquq- - - - -3-3-3-3- -3-3- -3-3- - - -3- -3 We Serve - You Save Compliments , W BFIONNPJ S B O O T S H O P BELL MOTORS DODGE PLYMOUTH ' DODGE TRUCKS S5005 Hvsiefnf 621 MAURUS sr. For All the Family ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF W ' T T W' A " ' S Anmoun LEATHER CLEANERS ggmpuly Y V "Nothing takes the place of L. I. Wittmcrn. Prop. leather" COMPIEE?-AENTS COMPLIMENTS OF H. W. SPENCE , rd Herr 8z Golumblc O. C. SPENCE 'A' Meats and Groceries ST. MARYS. PA. The Value First Store -.y-3-3-3-3-3-q-3-3- -3-3u3-y-j- - - 1- -3- -q-q-3-yu-3 -5-3-q 3-y-3-y-3-3- - - -g. ..g.g.g. -g.g.Q.g.. - - - ... .. .. - .. - .. - - - - ..q,.g.g.g..g.. -g.g If it's Seal-test Ice Cream Com plimenfs of OI' CT THE Delicious Snack Snap Af of ROLLICK'S ST. MARYS CHURCH ICE CREAM BAR CQMPLIMENTS QF COMPLIMENTS OF BUYS MID GIRLS . . X anno: an - Louuse Horvatm s ST. MARYS Eating place PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Compliments of Compliments Of TH E The Fdrmerssiore SODALITY ST. MARYS 0 FEED AND SUPPLY C0 ST. MARYS CHURCH ST. MA-RYS' PA. CoMPL1MENTs Comblfmenfs or Of GCR M AN SUGAR IIILL DAIRY H. I. Gregory 6 Sons DAIRY STORES 'A' sr. MARYS RIDGWAY IoHNsoNBUnG Compliments COMPLIMENTS 0 f of FLORl0 GROCERY sions F:ggTY"::fl'I1G ITALIAN GROCERIES Compliments of FOX BROTHERS TRUBKIIIG Heavy Hauling Coal-Sand-Gravel PHONE 7132 or 7226 Compliments of EAST END SERVICE M. H. Weinzierl. Prop. Goodyear Tires and Batteries Sinclair Quality Products Lubrication - Wash - Polish 387 BRUSSELLS STREET ST. MARYS, PA. 3-.3-3-3-3-y-3-qQ3-3-3- -3-q-q-3-j- -3- 1 1333-X-q-3-3-y-313-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3 3 -g.1-1-Q-1.4.1-Q-g..g..g. -g..g.g.Q.g.g.g.g..g..g.g..g-g.g.q. -g..g..g..g-g.1..Q.Q.. I. F. IMRSII STATIONERY STORE Greeting Cords, Office cmd School Supplies, Books, Toys, Novelties, Porty Favors, Gifts Moose Building, Erie Ave. Congrotulotionsl Closs of 1948 SCUTELLA'S Cleaners and Costume Tailors sr. MARYS, PENNA. E122 Complimen ig Compliments Of Of 1 RED and wnms sroma s"'E"D S LUN" T Our Hamburger ond Coffee B. E. PETERSON, Manager "Is TOpSH COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of SI'IAFFER'S ICE CREAM C0 C E N T R A L Operoting or Frozen Food D R U G S T 0 R E Locker Plont-A New Prescription Store Service for You t Mcmufocturers of QUALITY ICE CREAM Cosmetics For over o Quorter of Q Century Perfumes Gifts ST. MARYS, PA. Q,-g.g.g-g-g- -g- .. -Q-1-Q.. .. - - - - - - - - -1. -g.L.g.. -g.. -4. - - .. - .- Compliments Compliments of of DeLULLO'S SHOE STORE - 15 ERIE AVE. ST. MARYS, PA. S Shoes for the Entire Family B I Nld Free X-Roy Fitting Q Better Buy - Better Built Shoes COURTESY Compliments OF NATl0N.WlDE STORES TOP O' TH' HILL MARKET and 463 CHESTNUT ST. SMITH and HORTON CO. CND H. I. Gosser, Prop. Compliments of V. l. SI-IERRY Compliments of ST. MARYS MUTUAL FIRE IIISURMIGE COMPANY FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK BUII.DING 131,-yrs-31,1 1 1 15131131 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -n 1 1 xjzxzxzxzjzxxjzxxjxxzxz 1 1 1 C I' A Compliments Ompogfments of rn: DR A J BLESSED VIRGIN l D i SUDALITY ST. MARYS. PA. Sacred Heart Church COMPLIMENTS Compliments or Of Boys and Girls SMITH TA SPORT STURE Play More-Live Longer ST. MARYS PAROCHIAL SCHOOL ST. MARYS. PA. COMPLIMENTS Com pliments of OF GEIITRAL RESTAURANT Iames I. Koch GE South St. Marys St. ' ' ' s'r. MARYS, PA. MAYOR GI B ROBACKER Member Central Alumni Association CLASS OF 1922 :3 - - - -3-3- -3- - - -3-y- -3- -y-3-3-3-y-3-3- - - -3-3-3-3-3- -5- -y- -3 -g.1. ... - -g.g.g..g. -g..g... -g.g. -g.g..g.g. -1-Q-g..g.g. -g..g.Q.Q.g.g Q Q COMPLIMENTS National Biscuit Company Your "Nabisco" Representative Bill Bebble '28 Complinzents COMPLIMENTS f OF o JUHN M. BUTZ STURE BLACKSMITH AND WELDER I COMPLIMENTS Compliments OF Of MARYS FRIGTIDN 00- ST. MARYS AUSTIN. PA. SUPER SERVICE I 3-3-3-3- -3-3-3-3-3- -3- - - -3-3- -3-3- -3- -3-3-3- -3- -3-3-3- 155155515 C0l71'fI1iI71Cl7f5 of I. W. ERICI-I COMPLIMENTS OF H6l6H,J Beauty Sh op Phone 6363 ST. MARYS, PA. To the class of '48 "Accept the troubles thot come io you os good, cmd thot nothing hcrppens without God." PETER REVILLE Complimwzfs of CLASS OF 1947 .L 1x1x1 1 un xy: 151 11 1 1 1j1x131 :jx ' 131 -Q13 3 zjggjny- 113 TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY CLASS 1928-1948 IN MEMORIAM DECEASED MEMBERS Edna I. Meisel, lMrs. Alfred Leibermanl Bernadette C. Hagan Devere A. Brehm Class Officers Gervase F. Wortman, Pres. Vincent M. Cheatle, Vice Pres. Arthur E. Kronenwetter, Ass't Sec'y Margaret C. Yeager, Vice Pres. Elizabeth M. Figge, Treasurer Bernadette C. Hagan, Sec'y Henry A. Forster, Ass't Sec'y Class Colors BLUE AND WHITE Class Flower BOSE BUD AND LILY OF THE VALLEY Class Motto "NOT SUNSET BUT DAWN" Paul R. Bauer William I. Bebble Devere A. Brehm Vincent M. Cheatle George E. Fischer Henry A. Forster Iohn L. Heindl Ioseph C. Kerner Arthur E. Kronenwetter lohn I. Neubert loseph W. Thiel Gervase F. Workman William C. Schlimrn Elizabeth M. Figge Bernadette C. Hagan Amanda C. Hoffman lMrs. Austin Smithj Helen V. Kornacki fMrs. Walter Thompsonj Marie E. McHenry Edna I. Meisel fMrs. Alirccl Leibcrmanl Orrna M. Nicklas lMrs. Edward Ponlzerj Clara M. Pistner lMrs. Lawrence Geitnerl Alice E. Pistner lMrs. Andrew Kronenwetterl Grace M. Ritter fMrs. Leslie Bossl Christina T. Both tMrs. Harold Kennedy, lane E. Schaut lMrs. Ioseph Kernerl Thalia E. Siecker tMrs. L. George Hauberl Theckla Steinhauser Frances C. Woods Margaret C. Yeager lMrs. Lo Valentinel 114 Compliments of DAUER RESTAURANT M. E. DAUER, PROP. Compliments of TI-IE GLUE TVME ESAKEIQS COMPLIMENTS OF KELLER 8: WOLFEL Distributors ST. MARYS, PA. A -.dxfx LJ' : - . .. ,A T .9 . K: I ' t X, ': '+- . 7:1 'E' ' A f ' 2' .. '-. 1'.- V ," .971 f + - H ff- 54: -f - EE ww A 4 L M. A A . wh. , ... ...... . , , .. . I I R 1313! 3 3333 T333 13 115 OUR PATRONS George Andres Clarence Arnold Theodore Bauer Iohn M. Bowers Mary Bukovac Ioseph Cancilla Ray D. Cauley Gerald Coppolo Mr. 6: Mrs. W. Devereux C. G. 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