Elk County Catholic High School - Memories Yearbook (St Marys, PA)
- Class of 1949
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VOLUME XX - 1949
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THE SENIOR CLAS
ST IVIHRYS CQTHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL-
ST- MFPFZYS PENNsv1.vmwn f
' MEMS STAFF'
Top. left to right-Iude Gleixner, Assistant Editor, Thomas O'Brien, Editor, Lois Kuntz, Assistant
Editor, Iohn Weis, Sports Editor, Rose Haller, Artist, Richard Clark, Class Historian, Patricia
O'Donnell, Class Historian, Karl Meyer, Artist, Elizabeth Straub, Class Prophet, Louise Wort-
man, Sports Editor, Thomas Grieggs, Class Prophet.
' ' FQREWCDRD ' '
The object of the MEMO is to make our friends immortal in its pages
since We cannot always have them with us. ln this book We hope to retain
the lofty ideals, old familiar scenes, and noble traditions of our life here at
That the MEMO will recall the fading echoes in the years to come is
the sincere wish of
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D E D lCATlQN -to Quin Parents
With deep respect and gratitude, We, the graduates of '49, dedi-
cate this MEMO to you, our beloved parents, Who have Watched over
us from infancy, guided our footsteps in youth, and prayed for us as
We advanced from grade to grade. Your lives have been Wrapped up
in our Welfare. God love and bless you, dear fathers and mothers. May
We prove Worthy of your faithful love and genuine interest in us.
M l N.
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FATHER IAMES, O.S.B.
FATHER TIIVIOTHY, O.S.B.
Prior and Pastor
of St. Marys Church
FATHER HENRY. O.S.B
Sacred Heart Church
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FATHER DAVID. O.S.B. FATHER AURELIUS. O.S.B.
Assistant ot Sacred Heart Church Assistant of Sacred Heart Church
FATHER RICHARD, O.S.B.
Assistant of St, Marys Church
BEVEREND FATHER IAMES O S B
Slster M Agnes OS B
Srster Alberta O S B
Slster M An1ta O S B
Slster Benedlct O S B
Srster Bernadette O S B
Srster M Bernardlne O S B
Mr Edward Brldge
Slster M Claudra O S B
Mr Edward Crowe
Srster M Evangellst O S B
M1ss Ida Frrtz R N
Srster M Geraldrne O S B
Mr Wrlham Gres
Srster M Imelda O S B
S1SleT M Martha O S B
MISS Dolly Nero
Reverend Father Rrchard O S B
Slster M Rose O S B
Mrs H11ary W1ttman
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E. STRAUB G. BAUER W. BREINDEL I. WEIS W. FLEMING L. KUNTZ P. FORD A. YOUNG
Im'umi'm'r Mz'r'rtur'1 V14 4' Pl'4'SI1l4'llf l'rmnlunl ll'1'LIAlH'l'l' Vin' PI'1'.NlAl1'IIf S1'f'n'fm'y lll'1'.XlAll'llf
GEORGE R. BAUER "Beet"
A small, sturdy individual who is on the
basketball squad. He possesses an alert
mind and a will to do, using his charm
and personality to the best advantage,
George has a determination to succeed
and we wish him well.
WALTER W. BREINDEL "Popeye"
The star of knowledge that pierces the
darkness of ignorance. Popeye filled the
roll of a class officer yearly and dis-
charged his duties well, As officer of the
C,S.M.C. he likewise did an excellent
job. Three years he managed the basket-
RAYMOND I. BRENNAN "Ray"
Although Ray doesn't go in much for
baseball or football, once he gets into
the woods, he is a regular Daniel Boone
and it takes a real hunter to keep up
with him. When Ray believes something,
nothing can shake his belief.
RICHARD A. CLARK "Dick"
Abundant energy and a strong sense of
loyalty won for Dick a position on the
cheering squad which he handled in a
very satisfactory degree. Agreeable and
always willing to learn, Dick will easily
fill a successful career in the future.
PIERRE E. BREHM "Skip"
Pierre, the music master of our class, is
a member of the versatile "Teen-age
Band", and one of the best. Pierre is a
sound reasoner and his name is usually
found on the top rung of the class ladder,
DOROTHY M. DUMICH "Dodie"
Small, perhaps, but full of pep. You'll
find Dodie when looking for fun. An
active participant in sports, Dodie is also
an ardent member of the Dramatic Club.
In the field she intends to enter we wish
IEROME I. ECKERT "larry"
lerry is one of the finest specimens of a
well-built individual. With Herculean
strength, Ierry has toiled in the con-
tracting industry for many years. Some
fruits of his labor are the beautiful Ber-
wind Park and Memorial Field in lohn
THOMAS M. ECKERT "Little Itch"
A handsome lad who makes friends
everywhere. Tom possesses high ideals
and rarely changes them. He attends
Mass daily and is always willing to give
a helping hand to anyone in need. Tom
is one of the friendliest boys at Central.
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GEORGIA R. ERICH "Iorgie"
"The life of the party" always there with
a good story or an amusing anecdote.
"forgie" usually succeeds in keeping
everyone in stitches. Yet she has her
serious moments and a level head on her
RICHARD R. FELDBAUER "Rich"
Although not the first in his classes, Dick
offers many good suggestions and never
gives up a problem until it is solved.
When correct, he sticks to his idea like
Horatius at the bridge but when wrong,
he accepts the correction submissively.
RICHARD M. EHRENSBERGER "Bu1gur"
A never ending source of delight is to
see diminutive Dick advance to the front
of the room and pour out his eloquence
in a deep base voice. Dick is one of the
best and most widely read pupils of our
class. His span of information is profound.
ROSE MARY FLEMING "Rosie"
"Rosie" possesses a quaint sense of
humor and is endowed with a self-sacri-
ficing spirit. She can always be found
when help is needed. Her interests li
in the Commercial field.
WILLIAM A. FLEMING "Bill"
More than one class has been vitalized
by Bil1's questions. A long ranger strate-
gist and a clever deductor, Bill is adept
at tying people into knots with his never
ending stream of questions, Bill is ad-
mired by all.
CLARA M. FRITZ "Fritzie"
Where there's cr will there's a way.
Though inclined to be rather quiet and
shy, "Fritzie" has determination and
"Stick-to-it-ivness" that has carried her
through many books and assignments.
PHYLLIS L. FORD "Phyl"
"Originality plus" is Phyllis' key to
success. Phyl's novel ideas and original
suggestions are sure to be a great asset
to her success in the future as they have
been in the past. She will be in the
MARY ANN FREY "Mary Ann"
Quiet, yes, but so gentle and kind, Mary
Ann is always on hand to do more than
her share. Her modesty and industry
coupled with her other good qualities,
will obtain tor her a successful career.
Mary Ann is the type ot girl who is
VIRGINIA M. GEITNER "Virgie"
A bundle of joy and iun. Virgie can
make a dull event an exciting and jovial
one by her mere presence. She is also
efficient and dependable. We Wish Virgie
success in whatever she undertakes.
IUDE R. GLEIXNER "Iude"
A type oi lad who adds a streak of
genius to ordinary discussions. Iude has
all material relating to the sciences,
well mastered. Wherever a job leads
him, he easily masters the difficulties
involved and generally succeeds.
PHYLLIS M. GLEIXNER "Phil"
"Once a friend, always a friend". With
a quiet, helping hand and an optimistic
outlook, Phil is frequently found settling
arguments or ironing out difficulties till
all is running smoothly again.
THOMAS M. GRIEGGS "Tom"
The Ides staff, when at a loss for news,
instinctively turns to Tom. Tommy has
inherited more than his share of ideas
and as a writer, his stories and poems
are always a delight.
CAROL I. HANES "Carol"
Never a dull moment when Carol is
around. With her initiative, and cheer-
fulness, Carol will surely make the world
a more joyful place in which to live.
RICHARD I. HASSELMAN "Dick"
The kind of fellow you read about in the
stories concerning the knights of old.
Dick is kind, generous and friendly to
all. Dick never utters an unkind word
ROSE M. HALLER "Rosey"
lust as her name implies-blooming with
cheerfulness and fun. Rosey is kind and
generous with her smile. Her presence
is welcomed everywhere In her future
life, Hosey should find it easy to make
SARA A. HATHORN "Sully"
"Sally" possesses a charming personality
and has many friends. Always glad to
help and never too busy to grant a favor.
She is one of our cheerleaders and has
proved herself a "leader" in every way.
WALTER A. HAUBER "Cor"
Walter is a quiet individual in class but
outside, he becomes most talkative.
Walter has an aptitude for science and
a good knowledge of machines which
will undoubtedly lead to a successful
RUTH M. HEIBERGER "Rusie"
"Never worry, never fret" 'cause Ruth
just won't stand for it. The most optimis-
tic person in C.H.S., Ruthie is invariably
in a gay and cheerful mood and carries
sunshine wherever she goes.
AUGUSTINE B. HERZING "Gus"
Gus is the cheerful type of boy who il-
luminates his surroundings. There is
never a dull moment with him around.
Gus is the inspiring student in the Mech-
anical Drawing class and provides many
minutes of fun.
KENNETH M. HERZING "Ken"
Ken is probably the most versatile athlete
of the class. He excels in nearly every
sport from ping-pong to pool, baseball
and basketball. Ken doesn't let his slight
build hinder him in any way. In View of
this, he will be successful in his future
career of sports.
ROBERT A. HOFFMAN "Bob"
A new-comer in the Iunior year who
easily made friends and overcame diffi-
culties. He is a good clear thinker who
can reason out many a perplexing prob-
lem when he tries. A lover of the beauti-
ful things, Bob seems to enjoy the
scenery around St. Marys.
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CLARE. E. IESBERGER "less"
"less" is the kind of person who can
make friends quickly and easily. She is
ever ready to lend a helping hand and
readily offers her services when needed.
She knows how to make friends and keep
LOIS H. KUNTZ "Lois"
"Well-developed student" aptly des-
cribes Lois the best, An alert student,
a pleasing personality, a guiding beacon
for less fortunate classmates. Lois is the
type of girl that always has her work
IEROME E. LANZEL "larry"
lerry is a combination of a trigger, quick
brain, a well conditioned body and a
winning personality. Ierry is taking the
scientific course and will someday be a
great help to his father in the carbon
PATRICIA I. LEUSCHEL "Patty"
"Hard to beat" in regard to high rank-
ing, she will no doubt, have a success-
ful career as she is the type of student
who sets out to accomplish her purpose.
Patty is outstanding in Stenography and
has already received four Certificates for
speed and accuracy.
LOHETTA A. MARCONI "Lefty"
of cheering up? Call on
smile or pleasant remark
many a cresttallen face or
Need a bit
has lifted up
drooping chin. Her cheerful disposition is
sure to make
her friends in the field of
MARY ANN MAWN "Mary Ann"
Neat in her work and dignified in her
manner. A pleasant
charming friend, Mary
tious worker. ln the
endeavor, Mary Ann
comrade and a
Ann is a conscien-
field of scholastic
will easily be a
CHARLES I. MCQUONE "Chuck"
The silent member of 12A class, he is,
however, an alert pupil. He sees the job
he has to do and gets right down to do-
ing it. His will to do, the purpose of
accomplishing things, and his persever-
ance, mark him as a good citizen.
KARL I. MEYER "Boris"
"The life of the class," Karl is best
known for his comic drawings and quick-
witted sayings. Even though Karl is
happy-go-lucky, he can also be serious
when called upon to do so.
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PATRICIA A. O'DONNELL "Patty"
"The Silent Partner" her quiet ways have
won her many friends. Patty is efficient
and earnest in her work and is willing
to help others less fortunate in scholastic
ability, thus meriting the respect of
teachers and students alike,
DENNIS N. NISSEL "lake"
An active sports' participant in and
around Central, lake is a member of the
basketball varsity squad. Care-free and
easy-going, he makes friends everywhere.
lake is fun-loving and inspiring.
THOMAS T. O'BRIEN "Tom"
Tom's favorite pastime is baseball. He
also finds time for other duties such as
editing The Ides and Memo. An amateur
now, he plans to conduct his own news!
paper in the distant future.
PHILIP I. PAAR "Dagus"
The likeable lad from Daguscahonda who
is full of pep and invariably good-
natured. Phil has an undying love for
nature and its beauties. A staunch
church-goer, he endeavors to do what is
ROBERT I. PRICE "Bob"
Well-groomed, perhaps describes Bob the
best. He is as out of his element in old
clothes as a snowflake in lune. Bob is
especially popular with the opposite sex.
He will probably follow his father in the
HOWARD I. PROESL "Howie"
Another representative of the well-liked
class, Howie has an inclination to sports
and is a rugged participant, particularly
in football, where he assumes the role of
a battling ram, In school, not much goes
unnoticed by his alert mind.
ROBERT C. RYAN "Bob"
Bob is best known for his hearty laugh.
Loyal and intelligent, Bob lets nothing
stand in his path, once he sets a goal.
Bob should find it easy to cleal with
people, since he already has had a
taste of human nature in his job at lack
DOROTHY A. SAMICK "Dixie"
A quiet and simple girl who rates IUOCIV
as everybody's friend. She is efficient
and earnest in her work and is interested
in the Commercial field, Dorothy has
received a certificate in Shorthand.
NORMA R. SCHABERL "Norma"
A delightful combination of cheerfulness,
industry and thoughtfulness, gives Norma
a pleasing personality. Combined with
a very praiseworthy scholastic record and
the desire for future study, Norma's
characteristics will definitely add up to
GLORIA M. SCHATZ "Gloria"
A jolly person who is ever smiling and
eager to make her friends happy. Her
accuracy in typing will enable her to be
a success. With her determination, Gloria
will be welcomed in the business world.
PAUL G. SCHLIMM "Paul"
A quiet, refined boy whose goal is to
get his work done. Paul easily puts his
mind to work and soon solves the prob-
lems before him. Even though he is
quiet, he readily expresses his ideas
when correct for the benefit of all.
ARLENE I. SCHLODER "Arlene"
"Silence is Golden", and while the rest
of us squabble and bicker over some
trivial misunderstanding, Arlene sits
quietly back, and makes the best ot it,
With perseverance and willingness to
work, Arlene will bravely lace the future.
MARILYN E. VOGT "Niddie"
A favorite of many because of her pleas-
ant and agreeable disposition. Her posi-
tion as a waitress brings her in cqntact
with many people and thus she makes a
host of friends. This will enable her to
succeed in her future endeavor.
VIRGINIA M. SLACK "Ginny"
"The helping hand" best describes Vir-
ginia, who somehow always manages to
be there when there's work to be done,
Gay and cheerful, considerate ol others,
seldom thinking ol herself, "Ginny" has
silently endeared herself to all at C.l'l.S.
ELIZABETH A. STRAUB "Liz"
Generosity and dependability are Liz's
outstanding traits. As secretary of the
Senior class, she has proved herself very
efficient, Her skill and speed in typing
will aid her in the secretarial world, Liz
is respected by many at C.H.S.
IOYCE A. WEHLER "lay"
With her energetic nature and diligence
"Icy" usually accomplishes what she in-
tends to do. One of the best in typing,
Ioyce has willingly contributed much of
her time and effort to "The ldes" and
ALBERT I. WEINZIERL "Ears"
Bert is one ot the class's most regular
fellows, An intelligent student, a sports'
participant, a humorist and a loyal
friend, make Bert well-liked by all. Bert's
height is an advantage in snatching
passes or grabbing rebounds.
IOHN F. WEIS "lack"
Iack has the qualifications to make a real
success of his business ventures in after
school years. He ranks high in scholastic
abliity, is dependable and has merited
the respect of his class-mates, Iack has
been class president for four consecutive
PAUL P. WELZ "Punk"
"The thinker," Paul can well go by that
name because of his ever growing know-
ledge of electricity and aviation, Paul's
desire for exacting information is sur-
passed only by his clear, precise think-
RAYMOND A. WENDEI. "Bud"
The possessor of handsome features and
a build like a Greek god, Bud easily
exercises certain authority over fellow
classmates. He has complete control of
his thoughts and readily solves any prob-
lems which are likely to occur.
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Cheerfulness is Eileen's outstanding
characteristic, always smiling and very
optimistic. Her memory and expression
in speech will aid her in Public Speaking.
Eileen will make a successful nurse.
KATHHYN M. WICKS "Katie"
"Katie" is most agreeable and very helps
ful in any activity and willing to go a
long way with the crowd in sharing
burdens. "Katie" is definitely "one of the
PHYLIJS M. WIESNER "Phil"
A talented pianist, who is often called
upon to play for Glee Club and other
activities. She is always ready to offer
her services and to help anyone in dif-
ficulty. Phil is a cherished friend and a
PATRICIA M. WILHELM "Putty"
Patty's quiet humor and pleasing disposi-
tion, in addition to diligence, intelligence
and understanding have won for her the
friendship of all at C.H.S. With success
in the past, the future holds much for
Patty. We wish you the best of luck,
LOUISE E. WORTMAN "Weezie"
Louise is a willing and dependable
worker, Her invaluable aid has helped
promote cheer leading, The ldes, Memo
and various other activities. Louise still
finds time to do her school-work well
and is usually near the head of the class.
EDWARD E. YORNS "Ed"
Ridgway's loss was St. Marys' gain when
Ed came to our town. He is one of the
most cheerful and comical members of
our class. Ed has good reasoning powers
and if he takes advantage of them, will
be a real success.
ANTHONY A. YOUNG "Knock"
"Still waters run deep," is the most
appropriate description of Tony. "Knock"
is one of the fast diminishing race of
pluggers. When he has a duty to perform,
nothing will daunt his efforts till it rs
EDWARD ZELT ' 'Fuzzy' '
Rather slow on the uptake, but once he
gets started on the correct phase of
thinking, he plugs along until he comes
to a correct solution, often ahead of his
class-mates. His main interest is in the
mechanical field and some day will be
a leader in it.
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Our class history dates back to 1936 the beglnning of our first school year
Everything was new and strange to us Starting school was like starting to
build a magnthcent structure Reading wr1t1ng and ar thrnet1c formed the
loundatlon The follow1ng year We made our First Holy Communion thereby
add1ng a brick to our spiritual development
Years sped by with stud1es books bazaars programs and GC11V111eS
occupying our time Soon We found our educatlonal tructure gradually
r1s1ng hlgher and h1gher In sixth grade we were confirmed Th1s was the
highllght of the year 1942 and another brick added to our spiritual edifice
We recall as seventh graders the visits ot school supervisors our art
Work and the enthusiastic interest in the War Bond Drlve In completlng the
eighth grade we finished our primary educational structure and entered more
comphcated Work high school
ready to begin the four full years that lay ahead of us Many Jolned the choir
and entered sports basketball and volleyball both strong sources of prtde
for Central students and 1ustly so
In 1947 the sophomore volleyball team was awarded the year s champion
ship at the athlet1c banquet Not to be outdone was our sturdy basketball
team Central s trophles stand as shxmng examples to future students of the
development of good sportsmanship excellent team work and four play We
were proud too to see that classmates 1o1ned Glee Club and Dramatic Club
whtch contributed consrderably to our entertainment at school programs and
All students looked forward to mot1on pictures a respite from studies and
a brick added to our soc1al structure Mission Crusade and enthronement of
the Sacred Heart were special spmtual helps The sahent feature of our Iunior
year was the Prom The gym was artistically decorated and well worth the
work lt was a colossal success
Finally we find ourselves Seniorsl Tune has sped Graduation nears
Our educational edifice IS nearing completion a bright reminder of our happy
chool days Graduat1on ha1l and farewelll
Patricia O Donnell and Richard Clark
As Freshmen, we were timid and frightened, but altogether willing and
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P. Brehm . .
W. Breindel . . .
R. Brennan . . .
R. Clark ....
D. Dumich ..
I. Eckert ......
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R. Feldbauer ..
R. Fleming ....
P. Ford .....
M, A. Frey ....
C. Fritz .....
V. Geitner ..
I. Gleixner ..
P. Gleixner .
T. Grieggs ..
C. Hanes .....
R. Hasselman .
S. I-Iathorn ....
W. Hauber ....
R. Heiberger ..
K. Herzing ....
R. Hoffman ....
C. Iesberger ..
L. Kuntz ....
I. Lanzel ....
L. Marconi ....
lvf. A. Mawn ..
C. McQuone ..
K, Meyer ......
D. Nissel ....
T. O'Brien ....
P. O'Donnell ..
P. Paar .....
R. Price .....
R. Ryan ...,.
D. Samick ..
G. Schatz .
V. Slack ....
M. Vogt ....
I. Wehler .....
A. Weinzierl ..
I. Weis .......
P. Welz .....
R. Wendel ..
E. Werner ..
K. Wicks ....
P. Wiesner ....
P. Wilhelm ....
E. Yorns ....
E. Zelt .....
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Iokes . . .
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Questions . .
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Her Truck ......
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Drawings . .
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rlunting . . .
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BE IT REMEMBERED
That we, the Seniors, of St. Marys Catholic High
School, in the County of Elk and State of Pennsyl-
vania, being of sound mind, memory and under-
standing, and considering the uncertainty of our
future, do hereby make, publish and declare this
our last WILL and TESTAMENT, hereby revoking
and making void any and all former Wills by us
at any time heretofore made.
FIRST: We direct that all our just debts and Apologies
be directed by our Executives hereinafter named,
as soon after our graduation as may be convenient.
SECOND: We give, devise and bequeath as follows:
Upon Father Iames we bestow high hopes for a class
of seniors who will take orders a little more graci-
To our kind Pastors we leave our heartfelt thanks for
their four years of patience.
Father Richard receives a loudspeaker so he won't
ruin his voice.
To the Iuniors We leave high hopes that they will have
class parties like ours.
To the Staff we leave the school peaceful and quiet.
Bill Geis deserves a good summer's rest.
Ed Bridge gets a class of draftsmen instead of orators.
Ed Crowe receives our best wishes for the coming
The following members of the Senior Safety Auto
Association of Central wish to leave their trouble
which in most cases is their cars, to the needy
Iuniors. The members are as followsi Ed Yorns, Bill
Fleming, Fuzzie Zelt, Betty Straub, Charlie McQuone,
Tommy Eckert, and Boris Meyer.
Lest we forget, Freda Wittman gets better cooking
materials. fluniors, We meanj
Dick Hasselman leavs his long walks to his brother.
Katie Wicks donates her Theatre position to Lollie to
make all the boys feel happy.
Iude Gleixner bestows his scientific knowledge on
Ginnie Slack bequeaths her class hat and sweater
to Mary Grace Schlimm.
Ioyce Wehler wills her "novel" ability to Paul Krieg.
Patty Wilhelm gives her sweet smile to William Neu-
Virgie Geitner grants her long trot to school to deserv-
ing Mary Lou Brody.
George Bauer parts with the Vulcanizing truck-his
sister, Tootie, gets it.
Georgia Erich leaves her vocal talents and her farm
chores to leanie Lodes.
lake Nissel bestows his 20-point games upon Ed
Tom Grieggs yields his position as battering ram on
the senior team to any Iunior.
Tessie Detsch now has more cheerleading appeal,
thanks to Weezie Wortman.
Cor Hauber devises his Army clothes be given the
Waves from lOb.
Marleen Meier now has a diet, due to the thoughtful-
ness of Rose Mary Fleming.
Paul Schlimm bestows his motor bike upon Iim Keller
to save him a few steps.
Rusie Heiberger confers her ability of collecting nick-
names on Ioan Brock.
"Dagus" Parr passes from Central to join the ranks
of the highly educated citizens of Daguscahonda.
KU. S. AJ
Fred Geitner now has a vast number of female fol-
lowers from good Howie Proesl.
Fred Yorns now has a Car? With best wishes from Ed.
Bewarel Mary Marconi has a driver's license, blame
it on Letty.
Dick "Skyscraper" Ehrensberger bestows about four
feet of his over-abundant height to Doc Daugherty.
Bob Hoffman confers his little black book on Urbie
Dick "Genius" Clark wills a pair of unused brains to
Popeye Breindel leaves the position of flag bearer to
any Iunior who won't pass otherwise.
Dick Feldbauer lends his bunny teeth to Ioe Frey.
"Gypsy" Dumich confers her job at Berman's on Mary
Bruce Bauer is honored with Pierre Brehm's dark
Phyllis Gleixner leaves Keystone Camp to Dupa
Reuscher, may he use it wisely.
Charlie McQuone wills his book on "How To Make
Love", to Butzie Klaiber and cardsharks.
Sally Hafhorn contributes her picture collection of
Ierry to the lower classmates.
Hose Haller bestows her troubles upon Gertie Kestler.
"Little Itch" leaves the Iuniors to find transportation
like his bus.
Koon Herring presents a pillow to "Rocky Gra:iano".
Lois Kuntz confers her position as class officer upon
Bobby Price lends his female appeal to Leo WolIe.
Arlene Schloder imparts her long wavy hair to Aloha
Pat O'Donnell leaves Central ranks as the best be-
haved Senior Girl.
Clara Fritz bestows her striking beauty and charming
appeal to Mary Lou McKnight.
Tony Young departs with the title, "Best Behaved
Senior Boy of 49".
Boris Meyer presents Kenneth Auman with his quiet
Gus Herzing gives Iohnny Schlimm permission to use
his two front teeth.
Norma Schaberl grants Dick Gerg a pair of shoulder
Ed Bridge is the recipient of a class hat fto keep the
saw dust out of his hairj due to the thoughtfulness
of Bert Weinzierl.
lack Weis bestows a few more brains upon Paul
Ierry Eckert gives his long wavy hair to Hic Lenze, to
keep his ears from freezing.
Betty Straub wills the run of the house and the car
Ray Brennan leaves his place at the Head of the Senior
class to Bob Kline.
Pill Fleming deprives Bill Geis of one of his best
Bob Ryan bequeaths his standing title to Seaman
Colleen Gaffey, U. S. N.
Mary Ann Mawn wills her long hair to Mary Lee Weis.
Ierry Lanzel passes his spotless r'-cord on to his
Carol Hanes leaves her many followers to Aurelia
Tom O'Brien bestows his Charles Atlas Physique upon
Iessie Iesberger grants her employment at Murphys
to Ieanine Wendel.
Patty Leuschel confers her shorthand ability or Donna
Dorothy Samick passes her glasses on to Ioanne Fritz.
Patricia Wells now has a few streets to walk, thanks
to Gloria Schatz.
Marilyn Vogt offers her position at Schield's Restaurant
to Celine Weinzierl.
Bud Wendel donates his experience at Builders to
Eileen Werner grants her singing talents to Rose
Norma Heiberger now has a briefcase, thanks to
Bob Kline has Fuzzie Zelt's car.
Mary Ann Frey bestows her many male followers to
Paul Welz honors Bill Bauer with his good record.
Phyllis Ford leaves.
AND LASTLY-We do make, constitute and appoint
The Iuniors to be Executives of this our last Will
IN .WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereunto sub-
scribed our names, and affixed our seal, the 24th
day of May in the year of one thousand nine hun-
dred and forty nine.
Signed, sealed, published and declared by The Senior
Class the testament above named, as and for our
last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who
The Seniors of '49
have at their request, subscribed our names in their
presence, and in the presence of each other, as
Paul I. Welz
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'Twas in the year of forty-nine But deep in their hearts they weren't so bad
Some men discovered gold, You were sure to find some good to be had.
ln Sutter's Mill, I think it was, You nee-dn't go to Sutter's to find
That fateful day of old. What makes a person sweet and kind.
'Tis sad to say, soon after that, You never can tell a book by its cover
The men were not the same. You have to look underneath to discover
Some of them thought the "stuff" they sought What makes a person bright and gay,
Would bring them wealth and fame. liven on the very darkest day.
They fought and killed and struggled on, Discovering the good in a boy or a girl,
The story still is told, ls like opening an oyster and finding a pearl
llow all the time they wanted more, One such pearl is beauty itself,
To quench their thirst for gold, But sixty-five is matchless Wealth.
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MISSION TIME - OCTOBER 24 TO NOVEMBER 7. 1948
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H---Standingg 9-V Showinqg IO- - Possingg ll-Fishingg 12' -Roughingg l3 Footbullinqg
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The '48-'49 Dramatic Club of Central opened this season with a throng of newcomers
especially Seniors who were welcomed wholeheartedly. The election of officers took place
October 20 with the following results: President, Clarence Dillsong Vice President, Ioseph
Hauberp Secretary, Kenneth Schwentner, Treasurer, Hilary Lenze.
For our first presentation, the sophomore group of the club enacted a Comedy "Double
Trouble". What a rollicking mix-up that was! The setting was in Hollywood which of
course then would involve moving pictures. Mona Lisa, who takes the spotlight, creates
quite a brawl in her own home while trying to obtain the leading part in a new production.
The ensuing scenes are riotous and the ending Wholly unexpected.
Cast of Characters:
Mona Lisa , . . . .... Marilyn Hammer Melanie .... ,... M ary Lou Schutz
Clarissa ........ ,... R ose Grieggs Mary Sue .... .... M ary Hannibal
Ariel Goldstein . . . ,,... Alice Krellner Kitty ....... .... A urelia Ford
Greta Green . . . ..,.. Wilma Shadd Bertha . , . . . . Gay Cassidy
The Yuletide Season brought to us a brilliant one-act play "Good Will Toward Women"
which changed the characters of five young women. This was b rought about by a thoughtful
young lady who cleared up some misunderstandings of her best friends and brought them
together to enjoy Christmas as all good women should.
Cast of Characters:
Evelyn Martin .... ........ P hyllis Ford Brice ........,......, ..... D avid Rupprecht
Vivian Martin ..... ..... L oretta Marconi Ianice Temple ....., ,. ..., Mary Ann Mawn
Mrs. Flora Dean ..., .... V irginia Slack Mary Ann Ellsworth .. Dorothy Dumich
Mrs. Olive Burke . . ...... Lois Kuntz
"Subrnerged", a tragedy in one act was st aged in honor of our Pastor Reverend Father
Timothy O.S.B. on lanuary 24. The setting for this play took place in a submarine. The stage
set was skillfully constructed by the boys of the Industrial Arts course under the direction
of their instructor, Mr. Bridge. The parts were difficult but played With all the vim and vigor
these boys could induce. lt turned out to be one of the best plays produced by Central's
Cast of Characters:
MacAndrews .... ...... C larence Dillson Nabb .... ,.., R aymond Dougherty
Shaw ......,.. ,.,. K enneth Schwentner Iorgson .... .......... H ilary Lenze
Dunn ....,.. . ,...,. Ioseph Hauber
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Biology Class Home Economics, ccmdying apples
Mechanical Drafting Shop Practice
SENIOR GLEE CLUB
IN CANDLE-LIGHT PROCESSION AT CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
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"Ides" Staff-Pcrul Welz, Assisicznt Ediiorg Thomas Grieggs, Business Mcmcxgerg Thomas
O'Brien, Editorg Rose Holler, Karl Meyer, Artistsy Louise Wortmon: Assistant Editor.
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Firs! Row: Tcxther Icimrls, Ildword Hosnlk, Hohurl Klml HOPJQYT KYGUH, MGVY MGVCOTW Domm SChV""bDff SWWM
Wlllmm IiUufg5h.Ay, Hllqry LQUZQV Wllllgm Bquorl Pqul Hflthom, Thr-rerun Detsch, Loumsff Wwrtmfm, iiuvhmxl
Km'-14, Holwrr Hoffmrm, My Gruciz Second Row: Waller Clmrk
Hrmnfif-1, Imhn Schllmm, Patrick Brvlfinri, Thomas Ifckrxrt,
Larry Dxllazon, G1-oxqw Hamer, Defnmzs Nlssel, Dovld Huy V- CHEERLEADERS
grucln, Konrwth HIZYZINQ Third How: Harry BYOCR, Standing: Lon: Hclnea., Cmolf- Gnhr, Irvnv- Slwxulw
Hmnlri Lcrurol, Heber! Trohfx, Orin Urbcmcm, Ioseyvh Kneeling: Mary Lou Ilvcrs, Mnrloen ML-mr, Ioqrmf,
1-St. Catherine's, Dec. 21: 2-Iohnsonburg, Dec. 7: 3-Oil City, Icm. 9: 4 G 7--St. Marys
Public. Icm. 19: 5 6. B-St. Marys Public, Ian. 4.
Under the coachlng abtlxty of Ilmmy Goetz Central Htgh Crusaders turned
tn another brllhant year The Crusaders surprlsed and dellghted all followers
DY strtklng up an lmpresslve 21 w1ns and 6 loss record In these SIX games
Central bowed before such fornudable foes as DUBCIS Undergraduate College
Iohnstown Altoona St Bernard s of Bradford and last but not least St Marys
As a result of losses to Bradford and Publlc Central had to partlclpate tn
two play off games f1rst w1th Bradford to determ1ne the Western Ene Dlocesan
league and then w1th Publlc to dec1de the vlctor of th1s years Ctty Sertes
Another feat of th1s years Crusaders was the defeat of D U C team a
trtck heretofore not accomphshed
Central d1d not take part ln the Wtlltamsport Tourney thls year as 1t was
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Another successful "Volleyball" season has come and gone. It seemed
just like yesterday when the teams were appointed and the league began
Everyone was anxlous to play agarn and many Freshmen were lnterested
and wanted to become actlve players After a few pract1ce sessrons the
teams were formed and the play got underway The followmg teams were
Team I Team IV
Team II Team V
PEP RICE KRISPIES
Team III Team Vl
The games were made up and cheduled by Father Iames and the league
games were played Thursday nlghts at 7 30 Here we wlsh to express our
many thanks to Father Iames for hrs generoslty 1n perm1tt1ng us to use the
Gym and also for the trme he spent w1th us Whlle the games were belng
played We also would llke to express our grat1tude to Father Bonlface
who brought Volleyball 1nto Central as a glrls sport We thank you
Reverend Fathers you w1ll some day be rewarded for your unt1r1ng efforts to
promote character good sportsmanshlp and co operatlon among us
The flrst half of the season resulted 1n the follow1ng
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ill First How: Patricia Brennan Celine Weinzierl, Hose
Halle,-r, Mary Lou Evers, loanne Renwick, Second Row:
loan Meier, Shirley Himer, Carol Hanes, Carol Straub,
Valery Graves, leanne Fritz, Theresa
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Detsch, Sylvia Slack, Second Row: loan Loeftler, Mar-
ian Gahn, Clare lesberger, Mary Lou Brody, Helen lic-ne
wick. Frances Nicklas, absent
Q53 First Row: Mary Wittman, Florence Fritz, Shirley
Herzina, Mary Lou Swartxtisher, Mary Lee Weis: Second
Row: Claricr- Bauer,Patr1Cia Azidersonlllizabeth Straub,
Lois Han:-5, Barbara Ioan Hanf-S.
I2l First Row: Dorothy Lanzel, Mary Ann Barilcovicli,
Aurelia Ford, He-len Weber, Patricia Glfyixner, Kathryn
Hanes, Hr-len Lonze, Second How: Grace Hoibfzt, lrene
Straub, Dorothy Durnich, loan Clancy, Alma Uibancic
Ml First How: Mary Lau Willtamee, Mary Miillaney,
Second Row: Hiitli Hanes, Kathleen lli'ich,Loi1i:si- Wort
man, Ruth Heiberqer. Audrey Wiclzi-tt anti Patricia
CBJ First How: Mary Grace Sclilimin, loan Piuiclii-on,
Norma Heiberaer, Barbara Sundf-r, Aamrss Srnriick,
Second Row: Gloria Hanrrs, Lois Kopp, Genraiir lliicli,
Mary Ann Hoffman, loyci: Fritz.
1-School opens. Ughl
6-First Free Day-Labor Day
7--Elect Home Room Officers
13-"Friend Flicka"-First Movie
8-MEMO staff chosen
15-Freel Teachers' Conference
18-First reports. Ohl myl
9-Cap 6- Gown pictures taken
2-All Saints-No School
5-Famous Mission sermon
8--"Irish Eyes Are Smiling"
17-Individual pictures taken
14-Iunior Rings arrive
15-Home Ec class begins
Hats, Sweaters ordered
l7-First class party
-Class pictures taken
-Class hats, pennants arrive
--Opening of the Mission
First C.S.M,C. meeting
-Dedication to Christ Our King
l7-Home Ec dinner, Yuml
26-Vatican of Pius XII-C.S.M.C.
-Central defeats Alumni
1--Westinghouse Scholarship Test
3-We defeat Renovo
7-Iohnsonburg given a loss
Lose first game to Altoona
-"Danny Boy" CMoviej
-Popeye forgot sugar in cake
"Double Double Trouble" fplayj
16-Heard our voices on recorder
l8-Central loses to D. U. C.
21-DuBois fSt. Cath.j downed
22-"Good Will to Women" fplayl
22-Vacation-time at last
23-Glee Club went caroling
28-DuBois CSL Ioe'sj defeated
5-Home Ec Movie-"V-Men"
5-Public defeats us fatter 7 yearsj
-Defeated Oil City
ll-Finally defeated D.U.C.
14-Bradford defeats us
16-"Iunior Miss" fmoviej
3-"Tale of Two Cities" CSeniorsj
Iohnstown defeats us
ll-Punxsy lost to us
12-"Navy" talk to Senior Boys
13-Central defeats Oil City
18-Got revenge on Public
I9-Mid-term exams begin--Ohl
-Youth Canteen Dance
-Gave Punxsy a loss
24-Program for Father Timothy
25-Defeated St. Ioe's CDuBoisj
-Mock Trial at C.S.M,C.
Z9-St. Catherine's lost
-"Golden Foods"-Home Ec
Tied for lst place-Bradford
Youth Canteen V. Dance
Cath. Press Program, C.S.M.C
Senior Bake Sale-Success
"Prisoner of Shark Is." CMovieJ
Lost to Iohnstown, again
Bauer George R
Brehm E P1erre
Brerndel Walter W
Brennan Raymond I
Clark R1chard A
Durnrch Dorothy M
Eckert Ierome I
Eckert Thomas M
Er1ch Georgxa R
Feldbauer Rzchard R
Flemxng Rose Mary
Flemmg W11l1Gm A
Ford Phy111s L
Frey Mary Ann
Frttz Clara M
Geltner Vlfglnld M
Glexxner Iude R
Glerxner Phyllxs M
Grreggs Thomas M
Haller Rose M
Hanes Carol I
Hathorn Sarah A
Hauber Walter A
Helberger Ruth M
HGYZIRQ Kenneth M
Hoffman Robert A
Iesberger Clare E
Kuntz Lots R
Lanzel Ierome E
MQTCOHI Loretta A
Mawn Mary Ann
McQuone Charles I
Meyer Karl I
N1sse1 Denn1s N
OBTIGH Harry Thomas
ODonnel1 Patr1c1a A
Paar Ph111p I
Prlce Robert I
Proesl Howard I
Ryan Robert C
Samlck Dorothy A
Schaberl Norma R
Schatz Glor1a M
Schlrmm Paul G
Schloder Arlene I
Slack V1rg1n1a M
Straub Elzzabeth A
Vogt Mar11yn E
Wehler Ioyce A
We1nz1er1 Albert I
Wels Iohn F
Welz Paul R
Wendel Raymond A
Werner Exleen I
W1CkS Kathryn M
Wresner Phylhs M
Wortman Lourse E
Yorns Edward E
Young Anthony A
Zelt Edward I
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107 Avxs Ave
217 Parade St
623 Center St
505 Center St
556 Maurus St
504 Hlgh Ave
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123 Race St
624 S St Marys St
211 Wash1ngton St
169 Center St
426 Htgh Ave
324 Rosely Road
28 Lynch St
534 Center St
543 Chestnut St
215 Parade St
313 Grant St
N St Marys St
N M1chael St
West M111 St
South M1ChQe1 Rd
ox 165 S Mrchael Rd
542 Hall Ave
South M1chae1 Rd
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First How: Helen Samiclc, Marleon Meier, Mary Marconi, Shirley
Detscli, Vail-ry Me-yer, Donna Palowltch, Irene Straub, Donna
Schreiber, Phyllis Wolle, Patricia Brenrxc-n. Second Row: loan
Brock, llileen Zilzler, Alice Breindel, Helen Voql, Agnus Gerber,
Maraaret Scliauvr, Patricia Wells, Mary Wittrnan, Louise Leithner.
Third Row: Patricia Singer, Alice Dornisch, Maude Brennan, Vale
ery Graves, Mary Grace Sclilimm, Dorolliy Shields, loan Lecker,
Carol Galir. Fourth Row: Mary Auman, Mary Simbeclc, Irene
Bankoyic, loanne Hr-nwick, Mary Lou livers, Cvline We-inzisrrl,
Doris Smith, liosesmary Gregory. Fifth Row: Mildred Weichrnan,
Mary Ann Barikovich, Vera Hsfrbsiritt, Helen Weber, loanne Fritz,
Dona Mae Gerq, Arlene Greenthaner.
Firsi How: Francis Samiclc, ifclward Schaut, Harry Woriman,
liicliaid Krone-nvvelter, losepli Kunlz, Fred Geitner, llarl Graziano,
Casper Hanes. Second Row: Donald Keenan, larnes Krauss, Hilary
Lf-nail-, Haliili Samick, Kennelli Auman, Paul Herziria, Haber!
Kraus Third Row: llmerson lleindel, Kennelli Scliweniner, Hager
Goetz, Robert Kline, Raymond Dougherty, lames Kerner, Allan
Weis. Fourih How: Paul Krieg, Charlvs O'Connor, William
Bauer, Frederick Yorns, Maurice Wendel, William Heuscher, Fran-
cis Riddle. Fifth Row: Leo Wolfe, lame-s Keller.
CHARLES OCONNOR EILEEN ZITZLER DONNA PALOWITCH MILDRED WEICHMAN
President Treasurer Secretary Vice President
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President Treasurer Secretary Vice President
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First How: Drrrnf' Dorralrey, Grace Herbal, Mary Ann Kollr r, Wrlrrra
Slrarld, Lars: Kopp, Mary Lou Sporner, Lyra Amman, Palrrcra
Drrrr-rnlrl, Gorrevreve Lorles, lluth Hans-ss Second Row: Maraaret
Hnllrrrrrn, Slrrrlrry l-lrrrresg, Marrlyrr l-larrrrrrer, Mary Hanrrrlaal, Aurelra
Forl Mary Ann Sporner, Theresa Dclsch, Mary Ann Krrea, Mary
Leu Schulz, Hom- Grrrraafl Third Row: Gloria Hanes, Lars Hanes,
lmrn G:er-rrflraner, Patrrcia Glerxrrer, Martha Caseman, Maraaret
llrrr,-rrrvcht, Marne- llrrrirrrreclrl, loan Slelnrck, lllrzalicrlh Slradd
Fourth How: Marian Svllr-, Colleen Galley, Mary Lau Mclirrraht,
Mary Lee Wers, Patricra Krarrenwetter, Florence Frrlz, Dora
D'Arrrfrre, Gay Casssrdy. Filth Row: Alrce Krcllner, lr,-an Korner
Aloha Wear-mc-r, Mary Paar, Nnrrrra lrlerheraer Barbara Surrrler,
Mary Lou Wrllramcrq, Ioan Puncheorr, Patrrcra Hallman, Absent:
Grace Bauer, Auclruy Wickrftl.
First Row: llclvvarril Heary, Allan Klarber, Harald Larrzs,-l, Otto
Urlwarrcrc, Alcurn Dornisch, Lea Mosemrller, lerome Keller, Rudolph
Hallcr. Second Row: Raymond Walls-l, Wrllrar-rr Lyons, Wrllram
Krua, Davrd Rupprecht, Mark Wresner, Harry Brock, Hobs-rt Troha.
Third Row: lloqer Hasgsr-lrnan, Clarence Drllsan, Robert llupprecht,
loserrlr Frey, Norman Kronenwetlcr, 'Thorrrasa Valfrrrirne, Georqr
Sf-lle Fourth Row: loseph Hank-rr, Sylvester Kronenwcfttc-r,
lames Arrnlerson, li1clrarrlSeelyc, Carl Drrrpold, Wrllrarn Zell
Abeerrl Allan Hasselman.
IOSEPH HAUBER HARRY BROCK LARRY DILLSON
President Secretary Treasurer
DAVID RUPPRECHT MARY ANN SPORNER ALLEN KLAIBER PATRICIA HOFFMAN
President Treasurer Vice President Secreicry
First Row: Barbara Hanes, Shirley, Hcrzmg, Gertrude Kcstler, Dorothy Hrrirllc, Alma Urbanctc, Lars Swarlzlzr.hwr Fourthi Row:
Half-n Lrnm, Clarrcv Batter, loan Clancy, Wtlflon Brctruicl, Cazal lkslhf r Gu-rrrttlvanrnr, Paulina lahrrston, Hrlrla Hwy nc-r, Bfvlva Sherry,
Iltrarrlw, l'atrtcra Artrlvrrsort, Allwwrta Samtck Second Row: llillf'l'f'SG Shrrlt-y Flcrirlfrrmart, Kathlaon llrrch, Clarrcwr Drnsmorc, Sylvia
Kfwztlrr, ltolwczz Hallman, Kathryn Hanes, l--anne Fritz, Mary Lou Slack, Maraarfrt Shrclisa, Harlan Hartwick Fifth Row: Dorothy
firmly, lltta llltrvrtarlvrrfrw, lqrancvs Nrclclas, Shirley llrnwr, loan Lanzcl, Helvrt Hammelr, loanno Lo:-lller, layczr l'r1tz, Gi-ralflinsl
Mlvrvr Third Row: Mary Ann Hallman, Marion Gahn, Kalhlac-rr Hur-tk, Sara Panlzc-r, Mary Mullanvy, Aartvs Sarrxtck, lfsslhf'-r Sara,
Hallman, Mary Amt I'iaa::t:rtl-lter, Shirley Al'lClf'Jl'iSOFL, Mary DeGroal, Lleanor Sarmck Alilsenl' llchth Marconi lvanrnv Vfc-rxglr-l,
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first Row: Donald Lorlhmlr, Anrlrew Glatl, Puaenf- Kronenwetter,
l'r.1ncr:: Gmtrtwrg lfarl Nrcklai 'Nrlham Lemza'-, Vince'-nt Levtslce,
llmlrrrzt Slaullm, lahn Hauer. Second Row: William Fritz, Fclwarcl
Kurttpt, Thvotioro Kmnrlrrwrrltc-r, Donald Schneider, loscph Nissel,
Wtlltam Nruhwrl, Allan lick'-rt, Bruce Bauer, loseph D'Amore
Third Row: Donald llckwrt, Thomas Erich, loscph Keller, Arthur
Wollr,, lohn Wicks, lloherl Connors, Kffnnw-th Bauer, Hermar
liuprrrecht Fourih Row: llicharrl Hachorl, Gerard Kronenwr-ltor
lvlwlfrn Harms, Hrcharcl lletiscltor, Patrick Boland, Horrtard Palo
wrtch, Pvter Brunner. Fifth ROW1l..L,'OYlG!Li Halltnvxn, Iahn Schhmm
Donald Steelc, lamvfs Youna, Palrtcl-1 Boylan, Edward Bosml-1
Richard Kcenen. Abmorrt lldward Vlfollcl.
Helen Hammer, President Richard Hacherl, Treasurerg Ioarme Loeiiier, Vice-President
Thomas Erich, Secreiary.
Mary Lou Brody, Presidentg Iohn Bauer, Treasurerg Iearme Fritz, Secretary.
Bernard Palowitch, President Arthur Wolfe, Secretaryg Lois Swartzfisher, Treasurerg Robert
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The Annual is indebted to the following
friends and patrons tor contributions. Their
loyal support has helped to make this book
Allen's Sportsmans Shop
Anderson, Andrew, General Mdse.
Armour cSf Leather Co.
A ci P Super Market
'Automotive Trades Association
'Bastian Bros. Co.
Bayer's Furniture Co.
Beaver Meadow Bakery
Ben Franklin Restaurant
:SIU 11515 aneszo
B. 6: R. Electric
Boscol Tool and Manufacturing Co
Brown's Boot Shops
Builders CS Mfg. Supply Co.
Burden, Iohn C.
Butz, Iohn M. Grocery
Central Drug Store
Corbett Cabinet Co.
Daily Press Publishing Co.
S10 S15 'MSZO
Damus Bros. Co. Inc.
Dauer s Restaurant
Dauer s Sport Store
Del..ul1o s Shoe Store
Elk Candy Company
Elk County Dairy Products
Elk County Specialty Co
Elk Engineering Works
Elk Motor Sales Co
Fairview Drive 1n Theatre
Eedder s Iewelry Store
Fleming P I
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Enterprise Printing House
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Fox Brothers Truckmg
Fulton 51 Kmg Chevrolet Inc
Gerg s MUSIC Store
Glover Dr Harvey H D D S
Gorman s Dalry Stores
Gregory Charles Store
Grotzmger G C
Harvey Charles P
Herzmg Fa1th Beauty Salon
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S10 S15 ""S20
Herzing, Helen, Beauty Shop
Herzing, P. C. Store
Home Furniture Co.
Horvatin's, Louise, Eating Place
Industrial Finance Co.
Iacob's Furniture Store
Kaufman Auto Parts
Keller CS Wolfel
Kennedy Photo Shop
S10 S15 "'S20
Keystone Carbon Co.
Lesser and Lesser
Lion, Edwin I.
Lower Furniture Co.
Luhr's Flower Shop
Lynch Funeral Home
Mabel's Beauty Shoppe
Malone, I. I.
Malone, M. E.
Market Basket Store
Marsh, A. F.
Mary's Beauty Shop
S10 S15 ""S20
Meisel's Funeral Home
Moon Wink Inn
Morse Engraving Co.
Murphy, G. C., Co.
National Molded Products, Inc
Olde Tyme Bakery
Pauline's Beauty Shoppe
Pistner's Service Station
S10 S15 "'S20
Pontzer, Dr. A. I.
Pure Carbon Co., Inc.
Red ci White Store
Rhodes Baking Co.
Rogan, Iohn I.
Ro1lick's Ice Cream Bar
Rupprecht, George S.
St. Marys Bakery
St. Marys Block Co.
St. Marys Carbon Co.
St. Marys Concrete Products
St. Marys Drug Store
St. Marys Gift and Art
St. Marys Home QS Auto Supply Co
St Marys Insurance Agency Inc
St Marys Mutual F1re Insurance Co
Marys Sav1ngs G Loan Assn
Marys Sewer Plpe Co
Marys Super Servlce
Marys Transfer Company
Marys Wallpaper G Pamt Store
Sammy s Shoe Shop
Schaut s Bus G Taxl Llnes
Schloclers Flower Shop
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St. ' .
St. Marys Superette
510 515 ""S20
'Shaffer Ice Cream Co.
Sherry, V. I.
Smith and Horton Co.
'Smith Brothers Co.
Smith's Sport Store
Sorg, Herbert P.
"'Speer Carbon Company
Spence CS Spence
"'Stackpo1e Carbon Co.
'Standard Pennant Co.
'S. 61 S. Machine Co.
"Straub Brewery, Inc.
'Stroehmann Brothers, Inc
S10 "SIS ""SZO
Thompson E A
Top O Th H111 Market
Uhl Iohn I B1acksm1th CS Weldlng
Underh11l Coal Mlnlng Co
U E Local 502 CIO
Wally Meyer s Orchestra
Warren Baklng Co
We1s C M
W1esner George E 6: Sons
W1111QmS G W1l11ams
Wlttman s Cleaners
Wolf Gus I
Young s Servlce Statlon
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Widman G Teah
S10 S15 ""S2O
Auxiliary of K. of St. George
Bauer, L. lames
Bebble, William I.
Benton, Mrs. Bernard
B. P. O. Elks, St. Marys Lodge 437
Brehm, Mrs. Edward T.
Castafero, Referee Ralph
C. M. F.
C. Y. M. A. and Boosters
C. H. S. Alumni
C. H. S. Crusaders
Class of 1910
Class of 1947
Class of '48
Crowe, Edward I.
Dippold, Dolores E
Eagles, No. 536
Eckert, Mrs. Marie T.
Eckert, Mr. Vincent A.
Eighth Grade Cgymj
Eight B St. Marys C.H.S
Frey, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mr and Mrs
G1e1xner Mr and Mrs Alfred
Gneggs Mrs Thomas
Haller Zlta C
Hathorn Mr and Mrs George
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Hasselman, Mrs. George
Hauber, Dr. Charles A.
Hauber, Mr. and Mrs. Ios.
Hauber, Dr. V. S.
Hayes, Dr. C. R.
Hedstrom, Mrs. Rose
Herzing, Mr. August
Herzing, Mr. Robert
Hoehn, Genevieve R.
Hoffman, Mrs. Paul R.
Hoffman, Mr. Robert A.
Iunior Varsity Cheerleaders
Klalber Mrs Iames
K of C 567
Kmghts of St George
Lenze Ir Mr Albertl
Leuschel Mrs Ray E
LeVan Ralph L
Lubr Mrs Francls
Magistrelli, Mrs. Guido
Mawn, Mrs. Frances
McQuone, Mr. and Mrs. William
O'Dor1nel1, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Pollick, Mrs. Ioseph
Proesi, Mr. Ioseph H.
P. F. L.
Rigard, Mr. Walter
Robacker, Mayor Gilbert
Sacred Heart School
Sacred Heart Sodahty
St Marys Soda11ty
Salter Mr W11l1am
Samlck Mr George
Samrck Ioseph Ir
Schaberl Mr Norbertl
Seven A St Marys C H S
Seven B St Marys C H S
Samick, William I.
Smith, Amanda C.
Smith, R. I.
Storer, Mrs. William
Straub, A. I.
Straub, Anthony A.
Straub, Herbert I.
Straub, Mrs. Ioseph
Straub, Peter P.
Thespian Dramatic Club
Timothy, Rev. Father
Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Weis, Mr. and Mrs. I. A.
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Werner, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert
Whiteman, Ir., Mrs. William
Wiesner, Mrs. George
Wilhelm, Mrs. C. I.
Wittman, Mr. and Mrs. Hilary
Wolfe, Coach Harry
Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. B. G
Yost, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Young, Mrs. Nicholas
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