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

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I A my W f JA N DEDICATICDN To h1m the earthly shepherd of souls who as the good shepherd has d1l1gently watched over the flock comm1tted to h1s care and who through prayer and sacr1f1ce has brought many an errmg sheep back to the flock and stlll prays and pleads that none may be lost and that peace may be restored to the Whole We the graduatmg class of 1950 Wllh lovlng and grate ful hearts ded1cate th1s twenty hrst volume of the Memo May the blesslng of the DIVING Shepherd always be upon h1m that soon there may be but one flock and one shepherd World, who is ready to lay down his life for his sheep, X X X W J if X V j I f MM y -Q: ' za 934 ' 'ii , N q-. N-"f:,'f M 'igizf T . Q' 1: x t G 1 -ji iii? ! Lf hu . we 1 ff - L72 i L 'YH 5 jfff- -ff M, Q MQ As' lim! ! 'F - k X . , ff 1 '4 I ff' 4 KN - ,X X I 'Z ff! ff l v yxjmx 72 fi I, XI . Q my 'XXV . Q , X ul fbi Alf! 1 xx f 19' V wff 'J X , iq M77!! I f "3 , Wxvxg .A fi f i Xiu ' I," ,f f M 'QM '-v 'I . 4 Q' X fiif 5 ft 'f ff ' ll MEMO STAFF Standing: Donald Keenen, Valery Gravesf!-Xrt Editorsg Kenneth Schwentner, Mary Lou Evers-Managing Editorsg Mary Wittman-Typing Committee Edi- torg Alice Dornisch, Alan Weis2Picture Committee Editorsg Patricia Singer, Ralph SamickfSports Editorsg Seated: Valery Meier, Mary Marconi-Assist' ant Editorsg loanne RenwickeEditor-in-Cliielg Vera l-lerbstritt-Associate Editorg Mary Grace SchlimmfeTyping Committee Editor. 6 HFVEREND FATHER IAMLS OS B Prmclpcll Slam Prior and Pastor St Marys Church XX! REVEREND FATHER HENRY O S B V RY REVEREND TIMOTHY O S B Pastor ot Sacred Heart Church ASSISTANTS ST MARYS AND SACRED HEART CHURCHES REVEREND FATHER DAVID OS B REVEREND FATHER AURELIUS OS B REVEREND FATHER BRINSTAN OSB 9 Slster SISISY S1ster Slster Slster Slster REVEREND FATHER IAMES O S B PRINCIPAL Agnes O S B Alberta O S B Arnta O S B Bened1ct O S B Bernardme O S B Bernadette O S B Mr Edward Br1dge Reverend Father Brlnstan O S B Slster M Cap1stran O S B Slster M Claud1a O S B Mr Edward Crowe Sxster M Evangellst OSB M155 Ida Frllz B N Srster M Oeraldme O S B Srster M Imelda O S B Mr Bamon Martm Mlss Dolly Nero S1ster M Bose OSB Mrs I-lrlary W1 'rman Mlss Fntz Inbrary C1v1cs Spanlsh Sclence Commerclal Latm Latm Enghsh Hxsiory Algebra Cornrnerclal Machrne Shop Mathematlcs Enghsh Typewrlhng Sclence Socral Studles Engllsh Spanlsh School Nurse Physlcs Latln Wlathemancs German Wood Shop Glee Club Enghsh Home Economlcs 1 Mr Crowe Shoe Qclence 2 Father Brlnstan Trlg Clae 3 Sr Benedtcf Year Book 4 S Ro e 9 Sr Alberta Chemistry 10 Sr Amta May Crownmg N Sr Agnes Ltbrary 12 Sr Claudta Btology I3 Mr Erldae Qhon 11 . . , A C ' 5 . ' , ' , .sp . . ' t, 5 . r. 5 Englishg 5. Mr. Martin, Shopg 6. Father Iarnes, Officeg 7. Sr. Geraldine, Physicsg 8. Sr. Bernadette, "Ides" CLASS QFFICERS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Seated locrnne Fntz FIFST Vlce Presldent Chorles OConnor Alon WSIS Co Presldents Agnes Gerber Second V1ce Presldent Slolndlng Helen Vogt Secretory Mlldred Welchmon and Leo Wolfe Treosurers lornes Krouss Secretory Claw Moffo TO THE STARS THROUGH DIFFICULTIES Claw Colors SCARLET AND GREY Claws Hou fl THE ROSE l IQQQQQR ggzgpjr 'f' i 345 'k i 'k 'k 'k i 'A' 'A' i' 'k S if 'ZBA rtmnnmn Elini wha:-les 'im 49 Wnnnuv havmg wmpnma un a mftsfzmnrq manner the,10'ullQj0urse vfbtuhfes in fhslllgh 561904 ana being of guna mural xlpracier mmts qanurable Cirabnamn ana nr nmfleb fa mrs rc Hmmm N Q H3 0 D 3,1ym.u,1mn 5113, 143 mb .wg ho lgerzmt xfmnzbvursvgmfuns ,J Sue .mst gm-:gp ye-msglum Gps fum, fauna wg wiping, 1959 Jn ,Sistx f.S'tZ3enbuT A S 4 0 0 Z hx 6 .U M'1:',,I'? wh I V Q Q 5 rl. . ', '17, - Spd, :lo O' I 4 '- 0 KENNETH E. AUMAN "KENNY September 28, 1932 Kenny practices the maxim,"l..ittle children 'houd be seen, no heard." "C.n1riu'lz'r' is bigbcr Ibnn inlcllcd. MARY ANN BANKOVICH 'MERIONH February 13. 1933 With ci lovable disposition, laugh- ing, carefree, Merion typifies the S 'llil 'fb "Ilia yr! so xcrcnc. MARY B. AUMAN HMURFF ' April 5 isaz Murll is witty, quick to see the point and always ready to give a good opinion. 'Wfilb a smilz' lbal l1rigb!c'uml paradise. WILLIAM M. BAUER BILL' Iune 18, 1932 basketball is very outstanding. Lilllr' xtrolzrs 011 ,grval oaks. IRENE I. BANKOVIC 'DOLI.Y" February 16. 1932 Friendly and erergetic fun and mischief are her delights. Ana' drrams arf' in bn eyes. ALICE M. BREINDEL "CHIPPY' February IO. 1933 Willingness to help and - Tlwrvx nollving so llllfffllj' as fzinrlnvss. 14 s l t ., U , U f un ideal senior, Bills fine sportsmanship in selfishness are typical of Chippy. "So fl if Ill Illl tl glim, D H l 77 rr f ' !! 71 MAUDE T BRENNAN MAUDIE November 2 1932 Merr1men1 TSIQHS when Maude IS present Thr door 0 knoulmlgc is Iabelfd purb SHIRLEY M DETSCH SHIRL Sh1rley IS qulei the reserved and sedaie type of semor Crea! modrrlg 0 fm bnfvv greal mffll PATRICIA 1 BRENNEN PATTIE November 2 1932 Palty IS gay 11ghtl'1ec1rted and cherry Hou goodnvss laclghlrm Ilfdlllj ALICE M DORNISCI-I ALICE Capable and self rellant Allce makes a most dependable SEHIOT Thr' mrrvl 3 nof In I n to vufrrrd 5 IOAN M BROCK IOAN Iune 18 1932 Pleasanl always well groomed are a few of loans outstandmg trcuts A acc llml nmkrv wlnpltrllx a quam RAYMOND P DOUGHERTY lu 1 931 A lad who IS very energehc and ambltrous m l'11s stud1es Wbrrv than 5 a :ull ibrrrs u 14115 ff h U. ff f . y K I- ' 'W Iune 5, 1931 December 13, 1932 "DCC" . . , -4 - , . ly I 1 f' . 1 f ' . 'f . 1 uw, ful M ' 7 - ' - +1 if if if if 1 if af if if 1 MARY LOU EVERS LULU November 2 1932 Lulu wlth her smile and galety wms popularlty and esteem A mfrry brurl makrlb a ahzrr 111 IOIHIICIIIUIIC' FREDERICK P GEITNER FRED December 27 1930 appearance make h1m outstand mg u 0 u fm! may mu u n m IOANNE T FRITZ FRITZXE Iune 28 1932 Her refxned manner and pleasant personahty has made loanne a popular semor C,l11uarIvr IY I1 prrmanenl uug 0 fbmkmg uzllmg and acting AGNES L GERBER LOUISE November 23 1932 Agnes 13 stud1ous eff1c1ent and very dependable I In Ibt 1 I1 Im! I know bou uf rr' rv! I can :IMI I mean lo 1 IIOIIIX vo Illlfll IIJe rml CAROLE L GAHR CLARE August 20 1932 Carole IS the sprlghtly sen1or who has a warm sm1le and a deep concern for every student Kim! uordw uw Ike mum' 0 Ihr' uorlzl DONA MAE GERG MAE October ll 1932 Dona Maes polite and atlectlon ate manner wlll long be remem bered Painful uml llilrzuuf Izkr arlIJ fl'Ill0l fl Illollnflllnf 16 i' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' ir 'k 'A' i' 'A' " x , ' V 4 Q ,, rr N. I 1- V Y vf f' . V H I h 1 Brown hair, bright eyes and neat A y I n I I y I I - H 1 ' 1' , ' ', II l "I flu" tl II I ' I" lm' rj, bl . , I k,!,p " -. ., , .y - f A y It .H V . A .U V .H ROGER 1 GOETZ ROGER Sepiember 12 1932 A lad who works hard to reach hls goal All r ue!! that endv uf!! ARLENE M GREENTHANER ARLENE May 26 1932 Arlene IS usually seen but not heard obl1g1ng and conslderate ln every way :mf Ibm u bl fling If ul mu 4 Olllllflll g If r U11 nl wh um VALERY A GRAVES PETUNIA April 26 1931 Petunla IS well llkecl by all who know her Dlamu my urll mu linum or 11105 ROSE MARIE GREGORY TOOTSIE October 15 1932 Her qulef unassurrung and gra CIOUG manner endear her to all S n :ix blgb HI ul Ilw u rv lmul 17 EARL N GRAZIANO ROCKY October 16 1933 A happy go lucky fellow who has a sm1le for all CbfKfllIl1CYY If Ihr' 0 fvbool 0 goolncvv CASPER G HANES CAP November 21 1932 Hrs personalny bnngs more frlends than you can count lfkl uax lm lmunly um YI xoul vuurn f f 1 "lf lx ' ' 'A ' l' ,I flu 1 L A V A A ' Mn' lm' ' ' gn. ll ' Ill- "fl f x' 5 Q ' I .r "Ll 3' ' x .' l ,' ' . ' ." 171' pl '. ,' ' .U i .' " '." 'A' i' 'A' ir 'A' 'k 'k ak 'k 'k 'A' 'ir i' Hi' 'k 'k ai' i' 'k EMERSON P. HEINDL "BUZZ" March 8. 1932 An outstanding champion in all shop work. "The world lznouux nolbing of ils grralrsf mm." DONALD I. KEENEN HMP.. Iuly 15, 1932 Rip is always ready to do his share of the work. "Thr svfrfl of bapfrinrxx ix- xomvllving lo do." VERA I. HERBSTRITT "HERB" func 6. 1932 Her friendly "good morning" begins the day and lightens the work for each one encountered. "To alfain lbc ar! of filing is to allain bappim'sx." IAMES I. KELLER "Linux" Ianuary 6. 1932 A cheerful and wide awake lad whose character is set forth in his many kind deeds. "Orff rannof always bc n bcm, bu! om' can alufayx bc a man." PAUL I. HERZING ' ' PAUL ' ' Iuly s. 1931 Pauls kindness accounts for his many friends. "Hr who is imc I0 our frirmf 111115 prolvx ljiilliflf ll'0ffbj' of many." ROBERT E. KLEIN "BOB" August 18, 1932 Outstanding in all sports, but especially in basketball. "Yun ran nvrrr kvrp a gomf man down." 18 IAM:-:s E KRAUSS IACUM December 29 1932 A fellow who IS always eager to lend a helpmg hand In all H13 works br mrcllcnl IOAN A LECKER luly 9 1932 A pleasant sen1or w1th a shy smile that suggests the world of good w1ll behmd 11 To do ilu' lbxng I Ihmk is rzgbf is aluays mg micnhon RICHARD P KRONENWETTER DICK June 13 1932 Dlck IS earnest ln all h1s studxes espec1ally math He lacks not slrrrfxgtb nor uzll ETHA L LEITHNER February 4 1932 A moment of her good humor and yolllly brlghtens the dullest hour Take adzantagc 0 vzvzj opporhnnlg lest you miss fbc suprcme om' 19 IOSEPH P KUNTZ OE October 7 1932 Ioe IS a good fellow to have around lhe shop T e HIGH 0 lLI5d01!l If lb! 111071 of the jcar HIC April I4 1932 A fellow who has good qualmes for a leader and an answer for every questlon Dan' lo bv dz cruz! ll . ll -ng ll III 'lf ff , 1, .H ff I ,- .U vf lg f ,-, 1 1 "l0ANNE" "lRISH" HILARY LENZE rr - 4 - V Y ff f , - ' . ' , - ' 'U , - vw ve , .U i' 'k i' i' i i' i' ir 'A' i' MARY L MARCON1 MARY October 18 1932 Qutet and compo ed grave or gay as the occaslon demands Mary IS a general tavorlte I I If lflll 1 ff H1 urn :null CHARLES M OCONNOR CHUCK August B 1932 HIS clever mind always Seems to get htm at the head ot the class Tn nul1l'l mmf I - :ml rorzltntnwnt but MARLEEN C MEIER QUEENIE December 10 1932 Although small Marleen has a large amount of W1ll1I'1QI'1SSS and conslderatlon Dlllgl m 1' nt 1 rr mmr llffll 111111 r DONNA C PALOWITCH DONNA September 9 1932 Competent and stncere er ulet way makes her a general favorlte mtl lull 1 fl llllh flaunt v ufuu 11 lim J VALERY R MEIER VAL February 18 1932 Modest and unassummg Val IS one of the favorlte semorb 1 lruc VI ml rv lur mm IOANNE L RENWICK ANNIE February 20 1933 Annle IS good company has a happy go lucky nature and ts an all around g1rl Pouzl lulllx ltlfb zbrrr ulucu Z0 N-.M Angra '-:auf WILLIAM E REUSCHER DUPA Iune l 1932 Plays on the basketball team and IS the rather qulet type S nb: nur ul Sl mt rv gn an HELEN C SAMICK HATTIE February 8 1932 Helen IS one of those sweet llttle character of whom 1t IS sald Good th1ngs come 1n small packages "Thin rv u gif! lzrmml lln muh of url, of bring tloqumzlly x1lu1t" QW' 2123 vi? FRANCIS A RIDDLE ELMER May 10 1932 You can always depend Elmer ll anyth1ng IS needed any t1me 1 tltttl uzfbonl u um? RALPH L SAMICK RALPH February 1 1931 A great hunter and Sportsman Ralph 15 always good matured " ln bonu! HIdl1'l fbi' nolaltxl Ilflfk of Golf" FRANCIS B SAMICK SAM May ze 1932 IS alway een w1th a gr1n Jn Jul 3 In lllfy III 4 MARGARET A SCHAUER PEGGIE February 2 1932 Sparkle and fun combmed make Peggy wonderful company "Thr fuhm lnlongv to lfmvr ubo przfluu for ll " ir 'A' 'lr 'A' 'A' al' 'A' utr ir if 21 1 45 , ,L,' ' g Wt , M 1 4? 3 5 C Vt ff? 3' I V R 1 R , ,, I .X l L Q 2,2 W V 7 ff, . ,YL V J' , x' ,, A , ' in - -1 V ' 1 K -.lf 3 " 1 I . , ,., ...in on He ' s s ' ' . ' ' ' I ' "uf 1.,- ,t 1, -, at A my lif-.U -t.-1 Y 1, --I., -1 1 , Ill' - 'f 1 -1 V' 1 . MARY GRACE SCHLIMM MARY GRACE August 13 1931 Has a keen sense of humor wh1ch accounts for her bemg one the happlest semors Che-erfulmsr 1 an ofslroot o gomlmur uml umlom DOROTHY E SHIELDS DOOTS October H 1932 A warm heart and thoughtful mmd Dorothy remembers the lmportance of lrttle thmgs A good deed is nezer los! DONNA C SCHREIBER DONNA October 7 1932 Full of the Three Vs V1m Vlgor and V1ta11ty Donna makes a good cheerleader Who bring: xunxhrm mio Ib he o another has SIHISIIIVI1 o her oun MARY I SIMBECK Mnnr December 5 1932 Mary S wmnmg smlle and gentle manners have gamed her many frlends A noble dura' nezer dies KENNETH I SCHWENTNER KENNY Apnl ll l93l HIS flne personahty and dramatlc ablllty make hlm worth havlng as a lrxend A ncml should bear a rwmlr m zrmxlxes PATRICIA M SINGER PATT February 17 1932 Happy and Smlllng always on the go accurately descrxbes Patt Sir' by xlep one gore to Rome 22 i' 'k ir ir if 'A' 'A' 'A' ir ir of ' ' . 1 . ' . ,, 7 .X f A f ,, . N . , . e .f ,, f , f , , . ,' lu f , A , f , .H . . . tn H D W , D ' U I V I D H P -I K 'D DORIS T SMITH DODIE Apnl 8 1932 S11 1p11C11Y IS Dodles outstandmg character1st1c lub fl It nz 114 comm bn! once MILDRED C WEICHMAN MEAG Iuly 17 1932 M1ll1e as our dependable class treasurer was second to none Coll gun ull lhmqv to Hlxlllfffj IRENE S STRAUB BLONDIE Apnl14 1933 Blondle has a pleasant word for everyone and greets all wlth a srmle I ursb Iran I ulll lbese are hr' CELINE R WEINZIER1. CELINE lpnll 1932 Industry heerfulness and kmd ness are some of Celmes char GC1eF1S11CS Poun urll afmonxplub muah bu! perxmweranrr- more 23 HELEN M. VOGT HELEN December 9 1933 Helen possesses cz pleaslng d1s posltlon along wlth a general supply of good humor Cheerful looks make' nary dub a east IOHN ALAN WEIS ALAN luly 21 1932 A fellow who always flnds a place for you ln hls heart Hr' has a bear! ax souml as a 0 " if ' 'n ' ' 'f' '. . L , 1 V. u- I ' Mak" lb" "ms, of iff' lbrrf' lrulnprl nolm Io Victory." U ' ' f .31 . A C ' - ' . rr Y, I VA V ' 4 - A ' 1' ' to 4 1 - A ' " 1, ll." i' ir i' 'k 'k 'k i' 'I' ir 'A' at ir 'A' ir PATRICIA I. WELLS "PATTY" May 15. 1932 One always feels ready to place confidence in Patty and because of her careful preparations of school work, her future seems bright, "Thr Jonrx of uixflum arf nmrr xbulf' LEO P. WOLFE "LEO" Iuly ll, 1930 A fellow whose persistent effort will stand him in good stead some day. "Never my 'diff Up, man, amf Hy." 'A' 'A' t 'A' 'A' ir MAURICE A. WENDEL ' 'SKINNYH Iuly 19. 1932 A fellow who always keeps laughter in the crowd. "A man bc' uux to tall fbr' l'0Il71ffy ilmrf' PHYLLIS A. WOLFE UPHYLLIS' ' May a, 1932 Thoroughness, reliability and gentleness sparkle like gems among her numerous virtues. "An vnzcraltl of ligblf' MARY M. WITTMAN "MARY" August G, 1932 Mary is effectionate, good- natured and seldom seen without a srnile, "A lbouxamf frifmlx aml not a frifmf lo spark." HARRY F. WORTMAN "PUTT" May 29, 1932 A fellow who has a keen sense of humor and displays it op- portunely, "As merry as Ibm' Jay ix long." 21 FRED S YORNS FRED December 5 1932 Freds qu1etness and pollteness wlll wm for hlm much future success A man o a ru uordx rs Ihr ber! man EILEEN F ZITZLER EILEEN February I2 1933 Elleen s dlmples cmd her grateful manner make her the chum of all Wxib malzre louard none with cbanlg louurzl all Honor Students CHARLES OCONNOR DONNA PALOWITCH 'A' 11' i' 'A' 'A' ir 25 24,3 'Q va ft? t A ' t 1 X N I Stttmg pretty 2 lzke 3 Heovewy look -t I. zy Bowes 5 Sometmng N 6 A um1'e goe C1 ong ,vcr 7 ee me? 8 Ware Ivwow S1 epmg B an v O ere I come II Smtle Pretty 12 Dorzxld Poamg I.: 'lot Qchool gzrl vwig 27 1- j ,, , -s " W , ax M.':, A , f' 2 4 I I i 3 ' A ,ll X , Q 'K :V 2' I i 'Y ' A i , J' z ,Q V Lx I I 0 X ' ' ,' XIust " herg X .I ,- 'X 3 . ',' X Q' ne' ,' X S J 5 1 ' Yg XS . X r .YA 9-X e ' 5 I XH ,' X ' ,' X- A N' ,- 'XTQ ., ' r...'- ff SENIOR PATTERNS Name Kenneth Auman Mary Aurnan Irene Bankovlc Mary A Bankoxtch Wzlltam Bauer Ahce Bremdel Maude Brennan Patrtcta Brennen Ioan Brock Shtrtey Detsch Ahce Dormsch Raymond Doughe Vlary Lou Evers Ioanne Frttz Carol Gahr Frederick Ge1tner Agnes Gerber Donna M Gerg Valery Graves Earl Graz1ano Arlene Greenthaner Rose Marte Gregory Roger Goetz Ca per Hanes Emerson Hetndl Vera Herbstrrtt Paul I-lerzmg Donald Keenen Iames Keller Robert Kletn Iames Krauss loseph Kuntz Ioan Lecker Etha Lelthner H1lary Lenze Mary Marcom Marleen Meter Valery lfeter harles OConnor Donna Palowttch Ioanne Renw1ck Wlllram Reuscher Francts Rrddle Francts Samrck Helen Sam1ck Ralph Samrck Marga et Schauer Mary Crace Schhmm Donna Sc'1re1ber Kenneth Scrtwe t er Dorotlfy Snreld Mary Strrbeck Patrlcta Slnger or1 S n h Irene Straub Helen Vogt Patrtcra Wells Mtldred Werchman Alan Wers Cellne Wernzterl Maur1ce Wendel Mary Wtttman Leo Wolfe Phylhs Wolfe Fred Yorns For v Wo tman Etleen Zttzle Type Outet Wltty Best Clerk Best natured Athlehc Shye t Bes Housekeeper Most Publtc mlnded Softest votce Most reserved Best baby sttter Best usher ohee ful Frlendly Ambrtrou Smartest Studlous Tal Ee' Art1sttc oold blooded Happy Carefree hy Short HQDDY Most Western Mtnaed Talkatrve Best soda lerl' Lowest vo1ced Fearles Earnest Cheerleader Reltable Laughable Studtous Best cook Tmy est Actlve Ambtttous Brggest Joker Smart Most Llkable The handsomest Usher Talkahve Home lovtng Mu cle man Laughable Bashful The cutest Be t arrxe Best Watt ess Corny ar ful Blonde 1 Good dru. r Good worker Studtous Best tn clas Be t door naw l'1m1d Sktrnrest Best earn tres Best debater Lady hke Fast olly Frre dlv 28 Usually Seen Woods School At a party Ntth the gang Helptng old ladle-s Superette Workmg Looktng for a Ieepst Wtth her gang Wtth Loutse At Hackett s Theatre Everywhere Gorman s In the Plymouth No W1 h Shlrl Gorman s Wth the ktds In h1s Model A Wlth Pete Rolllcks At h1s racho Around In h1s car At a cowboy show Mark s Peacock Around At Peggte s Everywhere F1 hmg Peacock At home Home Ec On Maurus St Wtth Iohnny Murphy s Top of the Hrll Wtth I1m Perlod Wtth the gang Walk1ng the atsles Mark s Wrth Dorts Burg Peacock Punchtna tlckets Wtth her gang In a red chevy Sh eld s Publtc Llbrary W1 h Putt At home In her car Wtth her gang Wtth Ioan Show Taklng ttckets Rolhck s Around Wrth Patty On the farm School In his Nash Wrth Patt Emportum Fcwonte Expresslon Okay Turn blue a Thats too bad Wahnnyhoo Can you stand that I m dtsgusted Oh Iohnny Well my heavens Oh Shuch ns Youd be surprtsed Hallalula Ev vee She grabs me Oh you ktd Hey George Im gonna tell Holy Cow Say Drop dead You dont say Oh golly I dont know How do dee Perhaps Mag1ne how I feel Maybe Aw nuts I forget Yea Prove 1t lwtce work men What you know Are you kxddlng Ill take you all on How about that Dad can I have th I suppose so 9 CGI' Hello you gorgeous creature Gads Ohh no Gotta work Who told you Is that r1ght Bo 1ng Is hat O Ill say Play xt cool Dont get lost Oh yea Oh you snltch lm hungry For ptty sakes Let s go Holy Heck Oh fudge Smcklefrttz Oh brother Oh you Joker Crnamoruchx Crunch You dont say Dont you know 1t Nashurally Well stng Ill never tell Vera Herbstrttt and Patrtcta Stnger ' ,...... .... . . ....,, .. ..,H IF. ,,., . , ..I - . 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Q ' 70 ' A . 91? 0 'k 'k 'A' i' 'k ir 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' I-hgh Mmded 2 Ce-Ime Dorm cwd Helew 3 C for Central 4 Dmplaced pe 015 5 Fmc y 12 Whoee car? 32 1-' H Q- Q, I . .5 -V g- 'f' rs.: -111 6-Two polsg 7-HH' for Highg 8- Ready? 9---lust Twelve of usg 10-f-Two Bmllsg 11--Three monkeys .nah I Donna and Chuck 2 Iuruor Dance Crowd 3 Sober I1m Laughmg Chtppy 4 Sleepmg Beauty and Ralph 5 Bus Stop B Ioarme Framed 7 Watch the Blrdze 8 Crowded booth 9 Petr1f1ed IO Dont rush now' 12B changmg of class 33 CLASS WILL We the graduatrng class of Central l-hgh School begrnmng rn the year of l95O berng of sound mlnd and body be aueath upon our underclassmen and fnends our possessrons as follows To Fr Iames srncere thanks and gratrtude for all he and h1s assoclates dld for us To the faculty the trouble of ftndmg others to glve detentron slrps to good hunt 1ng Chuck O Connors h1llb1lly offers lDuk de Lanes perfume No ll to Mr Crowe Mary Lou Evers and Donna Schrerbers posltron as captalns of teams to loan Eckert and Tootre Bauer Celtne Wrenzlerls sk1ll rn volleyball to loanne McDonnald Kenny Schwentner s and Mrldred We1ch man s dramatrc ab1l1ty to Dlck lShake spearel Reusher and lohn Schhmm Fred Yornss detent1on sl1ps to Martha Caseman Vera Herbstrltt s cowboy votce to Grace Herbst Hrc Lenze s wrse cracks to Tom Errch Rocky Grazranos and Peggy Schauers class hats to Ann Brock and Valery Nolan respectrvely Bob Klern s peace and qulet to Central Elmer Rlddles bralns to anyone who needs them Alan Welss box of sleeprng p1lls to Ioe Wolfel lacum Krausss aptrtude for flgurrng out problems to the Physlcs Class Putt Wortman s looks to lerome Keller Don Keenen s posrtron at the Peacock to Ed Kuntz B1ll Reusher s many happy years at Cen tral to Catherrne B1ll Bauers basketball sk1ll to one ap po1nted by Coach Martln Roger Goetzs PAD seat and book to Mary Ann Sporner Leo Wolfe s car to B1ll Krug loan Leckers grrhsh ngure to Gay Cassrdy loan Brocks oral on manners to Allce Krellner Ioanne FFITZS personahty to lean Kerner Mary Marcoms cheerleadmg ab1l1ty to Tessre Detsch she needs rt Ice Kuntzs drags wrth Mr Bndge to Mary Grace Schllmm s Job as cash1er at the Harms Theatre to Mary Lou W1ll1amee Ahce Dornlshs drmples and freckles to Snuffy Nrcklas Ralph Sam1cks wavy harr to Rxchard Keenen Irene Bankovlcs blond hatr to Marlon Selle Cap Haness seat on the bus to Aukey Dormsh lmay he use rt wlsely Mary Aumans soprano vorce to the Freshman boys Paul l-lerztngs ktndness to Elmers slster Dorothy Emerson Hetndls shop eff1c1ency to Pete Brunner Arlene Greenthaners looks to the next tumor who takes her seat 4 i' 'k -V- ls . I ' c 't f - - A - i Harry Brock. l Mary Wlttmans good nature to Rose Grreggs Valery Gravess art1st1c ab1l1ty to Mary Lou Schutz Carole Gahr s Plymouth to anyone who has to Walk Ioanne RGUWICK s sense of humor to Lots Kopp Alrce Brerndels and Mary Ann Banko v1chs personahtles to Agnes Samrck and Lols Swartzhsher lrlsh Lelthners tr1g ab1l1ty to Ioe Hauber Patty Well s manners to Bob Conners he needs them hm Kellers hetght to Otto shorty Urbanrc Drck Kronenwetter s brother s class sweat er to h1s brother Eugene Etleen Zltzlers drmples to Herman Rupprecht Dorothy Shlelds restaurant to her s1ster Margaret Mary Slmbeck s seat m l 35 study hall to Glona Hanes Shlrley Detsch s Macbeth speech to Pat Boland Dor1s Smlths glasses to Ioan Steblck Donna Palowltchs smlle to Mary Ann Hoffman Valery Meter s long eye lashes to anyone who hasnt any Blondle Straubs dr1v1ng ab1l1ty to Central Marleen Melers seat ln tr1g to Carol Straub Aanes Gerber s lUU s IH Cornmercral Arrthmettc to Mary Lou Brody Phylhs Wolfe s hard Work to go down the dram She uses Duz Doc Dougherty s ab1l1ty to crush thmgs to meek Allen bcshiul Hasselman Donna Mae Gergs l1pSl1ClC to anyone Fred Geltner s shyness to Ed BOSTIICK Skmny Wendel s penc1l to do detentlons to Wrlma Shadd Bose Mane Gregory s Job of Walklng to school to Brtts Boland Helen Samlcks box of na1l pohsh t Kenny Bauer Kenneth Auman and Maudle Brennan leave Patt Srnger also as fast as she can run Sam Samlclf and Helen Vogt leave w1th the1r drplornas We hope And trnally the senlors as a group leave to the Iunlors a box of Duz Use rt Wlsely because Duz does everythmgl ln W1tness Whereof We have hereunto subscrtbed our name and athxed our seal Mav 29l m the year of 1950 Slgned sealed and publlshed and de clared by the Senrors as our Last W1ll and Testament 1n the presence ot us Who have at the1r request subscrlbed our names 1n the1r presence and 1n presence of each other as wttness hereto K Schwentner A if if af f if as if ir if af . ff 3 . f.-'J . .3 . r U' A 1 1 " t 'O . .1 .l ci. ' ' l 5 A v - 'A' 'k 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' i' 'lr i' 'Ir Marys 6 In conference 7 After lunch 8 On the rock 9 Why the faces? 36 1-Senior foofballg Z-See our sweaters? 34Which invitation? 44Trade rnafhg 5-Milly with the 1 Z. ,:, ' 1132111 is A1 .X Q Q9 si Emhronement oi the Sacred Heart P-mmcned Rosary 57 wr May Crowning 1949 39 Il' ,ff-ff ff 51? X.Qm'wXxxxixmxYXm M 1-U11 of ,,,, .pf fx ,ix L 9 ga wx QM Q, WK ww.. A uf wx am xv, mm XNSXQ, Wi MAX XKXWKKS Sl. xm W x M Kwai 5 K-amd V 'Y ll ' 1 if Wygi , N ,va wp! Mg I, 'If FRESHMEN W INITII-X A DRAMATICS CLUB MEMBERS Seated Gay Cassldy Marllyn Hammer Ioan Meler Alma Stcmdmg Mary Lou Schutz lean Kerner Allce Krellner Urbamc Patncra Anderson Rose Gneggs Barbara Hanes Mlldred Wetchman Hlory lenze Raym nd D mfmcrtl Shmey Prmer Kathryn Hanes Patrlcla Krorenwetter Kenneth Schwentner Allen Hasselman Robert Connors loseph Hauber The 49 5U Dramatlcs opened wlth a membershrp of 21 Among these are four sentor Thesplan Dramatlc members Mlldred Wetchman Hrlary Lenze Raymond Dougherty and Kenneth Schwentner Kenneth Schwentner Secretary Hllary Lenze and Treasurer Aurella Ford There were three plays presented thls year among them a three act play the f1rst of 1ts klnd staged by the Dramatlc Club A small stage and l1m1ted fac1l1t1es do not perm1t us to have large productlons A few more plays are contemplated for the second seme ter The plays were Nobody Sleeps a one act Comedy about a burglar who was a burj lar 1f there ever was one Chrrstmas Greetlngs For lane a one act play about a g1rl who spent her vacatron at I-laopmess Lake and a boy who bet he could pass as a g1r1 he d1d 1t oo Mystery of the Thtrd Gable was pre dared to honor Rev Father Tlmothy on Ianu ary 24 and then was presented for the pubhc Actlon of the play took place rn l9l9 and IS centered about the 18th Amendment K Schwentner 45 'A' 'k 'k i' 'k i' 'k 'A' 'A' 'A' Our officers for the current school year are: President-Ioseph Hauberg Vice President- t l. " ' "4 Q . ' - St. Marys Choir 'F I Sacred Heart Chou Semor Acolytes A WSIS F Riddle F Samlck I Krauss 45 Entrance to St Marys Cathollc Hlgh School 43 Typewriting II Class l Debate Resolved that Muslaches and WVh1skers make one more Romantlc Llbrary Club l l u . . ,. . 1 - . ty f-'Z fl 2+ 0 4 X ,,..f- fix IC 1 N 17 ck? 5 8 3 rc JU . 1 I 1 f 2 1 1 1 4' i 3 sa 1 XR S , 1 X 4 fx Q V -.iv s 1 1 6 , gy Q 1 4 ss 3 ' 1 , 1 Ph ' F 922 7 ff' 9 7? ' 'N - I X f' 'S L , 4 ,4 r 'X . , - " - k f wax J 1 A p nc, 2 Get ing 3 Wil 110' fx 4 Whf-iff: C1111 Prodi, 6 SC'I1'1d'11 S11f1f't, 7 STL1d1CL1:i? fCuteW 9 A 1,: M f f xJ Lx 3 if , fx fs' C1 zfhlezfzw X Q fl f 1 if f Q 3 Q XJ im, X X Q U Qu E x X ff ff it W 2- v ff ? 7' 'QW 4, 1 40' .E Y .- Q . SQ Ramada 544602, N15 M76 .49 claw SAIDERS 50 ,fx Qazqaa of Central Games Wlth D U C and the Alumnl 'A' 'Ir ir ir 'A' 'A' 'A' ir CRUSADERS 1949-1950 The basketball season of 49 50 saw Central High Crusaders once again turning out a very successful season Wtth the coach1ng of Iames Goetz and asslstant coach Ramon Mar tm Central scored vtctones 21 and losses 8 Eddte Bosntck 6 2 forward led the team wtth Captam B111 Reuscher 6 lf center followed wlth forward followed w1th guard followed wtth guard followed wlth B111 Bauer Bob Kllne 1-ltc Lenze Fans of Central should well be proud of thetr boys for turn1ng out such a remarkable season only losmg to such teams as D U C Altoona Class A Iohnstown Class A and the K of C Due to the PIA A rullng Iohnsonburg was forced to cancel thelr return game wtth Cen tral and that also meant that Pubhc and Central could not meet for the Crty serles Central outscored thetr opponents by 1 358 to 877 for an average of 47 per game to thetr 30 per game ln the Champtonshtp Tournament 1n Erte March 3 4 5 Central defeated St Ioes Du Bols 52 25 and Kanty Prep 25 22 In the ftnals they defeated hlghly favored Greenvllle 35 34 malang us the D1ocesan Champs Beuscher scored 20 potnts 1n thrs game ln the state quar ter ftnals St Iames of Ptttsburgh overpowered the Crusaders 49 42 ln the Class B competl t1on Central lost only one game w1nn1ng 21 We w1sh to thank Beverend Father Iames our athlettc dtrector Mr Iames Goetz our coach Mr Ramon Martm our asststant coach for bnngmg Central to such a ftne fmtsh We also w1sh to extend our apprectatton to our cheerleaders managers referees and all others who parttctpated 1n the basketball season Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec an an an an an an an an Feb Feb eb Fe Fe e Feb Feb Fe Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Alumnl Dubols 1St Ioesb Iohnsonburg Dubol tSt Catherme U Dubots 1St Ioest Brdgway tSt Leos! O11 C1ty fSt Ioesb Renovo rSt Ioe st U Rxdgway tSt Leo O11 Ctty CSt Ioest Clearfleld fSt Franc1s1 Punxsutawney K of C Renova tSt Ioest Iohnstown DUDOIS fSt Cathertnest C1earf1e1d fSt Francl 1 Bradford tSt Bernardst Punxsutawney Altoona Iohnstown Bradford tSt Bernardsl 55 Lost Lot Lost Lost Lost Lost Ralph Samtck . . K , ,W I . 404 ' 4 1 ' I2"1 , ' 330 A 15' 1l"1 , ' 278 ' 15' 11"1 , ' 141 ' 16'1 , ' 52 , 29 .... ... . 38 ' .,,...........,,......,.,. ... 32 . 2 ...,. . . , 39 ' . ' ......,,,,,.., ... 24 . 6 ,....,., . . 50 ,.. ..,,.,.......... .., 27 . 10 . . . ..... 42 As I . ' 'st . ...., . . , . 10 . 13 ... ,. ,.,, 35 D. . C, ........ ....,,,,. .,.., ... 41 . 21 , , . ,,, 72 A . ' ......, ,,.., ,. ,,, 24 . 30 .,. ....., 56 ' . ' ,. ,.,.. .. .,. 25 I . 3 . ,. ..... 55 ' ' A ' ,.,. ,.. ,...... . 28 Ian. 6 Cennal, . . 34 Ahoona ,...,.,.,.. .,,..,..,., , 36 Lom 1 . 10 A A ,.. .,., 65 . ' .. .. .,..,,. .., 21 I . 14 . , . .. 39 D. . C. ... ,. ,. , . .,.,,,. 47 s I . 18 ., ., , 50 ' . 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's .. .... ,,.., 18 b. 14 . . , 56 , ' .,..., ... 23 F b. 15 , ,. 54 . ..,,. ,...... .... 22 4 17 , 40 .... ,.,, ,,,.. ,,....... 42 , 24 . . 39 .. . ,.... ... ..,...,.. 44 b 28 . . 45 , ' .. ..,.... .. 44 VOLLEYBALL When you read th1s volley ball season N1ll be owcr but the memory of 1t w1ll remaln 1n our mmds as lcng as there are g1rls who are w llmg to DGTIICI late ID th1s sport There were many games played tl1at proved excmng to the very last Some were as SXCITIHQ as many of our basketball games Th1s year was one of tl1e best years ID our volleyball h1s1ory SIX teams were formed w1th ten g1rls each and two or three subs to each team s cred1t They were Team I Team IV PACKARD PLYMOUTH Team ll Team BUICK MERCURY Team Ill Team VI CADILI AC OLDSMOBILE e hrst half of the sea on ended lanuary I9 W1 h th followmj results Packard Irene Straub Burck Mary Wlttman Plymouth Mary G Schhmm Cadllla Mary Lou Evers Mercury Mary A Bankowch Oldsmob1l Ioanne Renwlclc The Bu1cks ended up 1n hrst place In the three game play ell th Bu1cks won two loecommg League Champs The 1nterclass games rollowed and found the Freshmen downmg the Semors lun1ors and Sophomores P Smger LJ . V Th ' s ' 'i e ' 1 1 Team Captain Wins Losses . , . . . 9 3 ' . . . .,...,,.... ' . . . . , 9 3 . . ' 7 5 ' c . . 6 6 . ' , 4 8 , ' e ' . l ll L, Il cw .-.s is YJ ls' VOLLEYBALL TEAMS CADILLAC Flrst How oan E cert Lots Harte V1 ,I Na aney lcl 2 5 loan e Seccn Row Merer Sh W w He-rzlng Mary Lo Eve S Sal 16 Ge a Franc Frey PACKARDS-Furs! Row Marte Carma Agn s K ller A L, bancl ludx h Kerne Second Row Marl en Meter Shir ley Lyons lre re S raul: BUICKS-Kneeling Rose Mary Gle xner Mary Lou Brody CGTICQ Baue Valery Graves Standing Helen Renvvtck Mary Ma ,a e :iyar Mary Wrttman Katl'ryn Hanes MERCURY Fxrst Row Glorra Hanes Dolores P echtel C Q l Q mar' Do Lang Jeanne Frrtz Second Row lantce lkron nfxet' far rw leon Saara en e Ma v n Banl-cc ln Ca 0 e Carr Kath yn ltugcrecht OLDSMOBILE First Row Ma v Ann Faenllxnge Cathertne H uiclrf-r Ioan Clancy S san Straub lzleanor Sa"11cK Sec ond Row Mary Lef- J 15 Tl' resa Detscr loan Renwlck Celtne Werrzte l Llan e 'Hlaehn PLYMOUTHS Fxrsi How Laura Lanzel Betty Lang Lori Kopp Ca ol Klatrran Helene Murray Second Row Barbara under Mary Lou W1 ra l a ne Lottler Sally Kronen welter S l v w S1 ' E' . Q D V L ' h n . 1 Q -. ,. L ' 51 . 5 by 3 4 'W - L- ' n 6. fx A ' M' iw " , .. my . f M1 E , up r ' 4 5. gt, 79 L 5 l . f E t V ,- N 6 J 1? f .. V ' V J' .ff V Q . 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A ,, l - - : . . , , r , ara 57 CUE SCHO SEPTEMBER School opened Oh happy days are here agam Hal Hal Iunlor class rtngs came lts about t1me Senlors ordered sweaters hats and pennants Goodtel 15 and 16 Freshmen 1n1t1at1on by Sentors Some funl lt Happened Tomorrow Ftrst movxe of the year OCTOBER Iunlor dance Beneflt of the lumor Prom Hats and pennants arrlved They ftnally came Class group plctures were taken Look at the b1rd1e Year Book Staff meetmg Electton of ofhcers Buffalo B111 Y1peel Another movte Sentor panel plctures were taken Smlle Sen1or dance Beneftt of the Year Book State Game Commtsslon movle and talk Safety Enthronement of Chrlst the Ktng Opentng of CSMC NOVEMBER All Satnts Day F1rst free day of the year Ylpeel Conference at Ene Another free day Never too many lndlan show at the gym Beal lndlans CSMC meettng lnterestlng talks by the offlcers M1racle on 34th Street Very 1nterest1ng Flrst basketball game of the season Alumnl DECEMBER Sen1or sweaters came Everyone knows the senlors F1rst game out of town Dubots St loe s State Fa1r The movre of the month lohnsonburg at home Central was v1ctor1ous Feast of the lmmaculate Conceptton Free Day Debate lven Wtth Mustaches Are More Bomantlc Than Clean shaven Men They surely were1 One act play by the Dramatxc Club Nobody Sleeps Away Dubots St Catherlne 42 lO 58 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 "Henry V" Strand, Ridgway. Many students attended. I x, 1 . A . . - L EVENTS DECEMBER qconq Centrals f1rst defeat of the year agatnst b1g DUC Scenes from Macbeth w1tnessed by the Sen1ors only M1ss1on Crusade one act play Were v1ctor1ous agalnst Dubols St Ioe s aga1n Chrlstmas vacatlon began Have a Jolly hol1day Central played St Leo s Rrdgway IANUARY Classes resumed alter a week s vacatlon How dulll O11 C1ty was our guest for the evenlng They os The Sulllvans A story of a hero1c tamlly Renova was our guest and they lost Too badl Central lost to DUC aga1n At DUDOIS Central traveled to St Leos Another V1ClOfYl CSMC QUIZ Contestants were Senlors We played O1l C1ty and won aga1n The Mystery of the Th1rd Gable A three act play ln honor of Father T1mothy s Nameday 26 and 27 Semester Exams They came too soon St Franc1s of Cleartleld was our host Central traveled to Punxsutawney Central IS aga1n on the road to Iohnsonburg FEBRUARY Talk for Senlor G1rls by Chanty Slsters from Seton H111 College We are host to St Ioe s of Renova Central travels to lohnstown An 1nterest1ng game F1ght1ng Fr Dunn A story about homeless boys Dance for Glee Club Dolly Neros Orchestra St Francts of Cleart1eld travels to Central Free day St Scholastlca s Feast Day Central IS host to St Bernard s ot Bradford CSMC Cathol1c Press Month Program We are out for revenge toward Altoona Cathol1c We go to Punxsutawney Iohnstown IS our guest Central travels to Bradford to meet St Bern1es 59 'A' t 'A' 'A' 'Ir i' 'A' 'A' ir 'A' Name Auman Kenneth E Auman Mary B Bankovic Irene I Bankovich Mary Ann Bauer Wm M Breindel Alice M Brennan Maude T Brennen Patricia I Brock Ioan M Detsch Shirley M Dornisch Alice Dougherty Raymond Evers Mary Lou Fritz Ioanne T Gahr Carole L Geitner Frederick Gerber Agnes L Gerg Dona Mae Goetz Roger I Graves Valery Graziano Earl N Greenthaner Arlene Gregory Rosemarie Hanes Casper G Heindl Emerson P Herzing Paul I Keenen Donald Keller Iame I Klein Robert E Krauss Iames Kronenwetter Richard Kuntz Ioseph P Lecker Ioan A Leithner Etha L Lenze Hilary I Marconi Mary L Meier Marleen C Meier Valery R OConnor Charles M Palowitch Donna C Renwick Ioanne L Reuscher Wm. E. Riddle, Francis A. Samick Francis B. Sarniclc Helen C. Samick Ralph L. Schauer, Margaret A. Schlimm, Mary Grace Schreiber Donna C. . Schwentner, Kenneth I. Shields, Dorothy E. Simbeck, Mary I. Singer, Patricia M Smith, Doris T. Straub Irene S. Vogt, Helen M. Weichman Mildred C. Weinzierl, Celine . Weis, Iahn Alan Wellc, Patricia I. Wendel, Maurice A. Wittman, Mary M. Wolfe, Leo P. Wolfe, Phyllis A. . Wortrnan Harry F Yarns, Frederick S Zitzler, Eileen F. 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Second row: Ann Brock, Agnes Keller, Carol Klatman, Third row: Robert Felclbauer, Elaine Hoehn, Frances Frey. Fourth row: Paul Ehrensberger, Andrew Staufter, Francis Straub. 1.2 If A--mu , , L V r 1. .p. EJ-, . u-,,, ,pq , -,-,,,, :p--Y. u-. LY, :,-,,,, gh, HW, . First How: F-firy Li. ?ff.r....... , .... -,,-,.. M..,A. ...... ... . ., ..... - - -, '-.ffm " rf,-,'.'1 Shf-fry Lin Pffg: 1:':T.r.-'- Khmer.:-.'f-"e', Lffzry Lf. S'If,'l' Fourth Row:DC'1 2 I-.fir-f r- if ' ff 11 ' ' ' " '- f- 'uY-,,., f. "..,A,f :.,:,,A J,.,,..,J .,,.. ,. x,,,Y,, .,v..,.,,. I.,.,,,,.Y DF., .,,,,. ,,,,..,f.. 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Cfueffx 2:23-'J f:'rgC:2 .,1r2:.2.i First Row He Ne1Crf Second V1 1: xpp 'noi fwze Hcrssel cm Third Row Sy ese Kronfnwpttf-1' Thovcs w ow Tour fm Hpdrv Toseyid Hcxub PD W01'n woqff qi A in 63 ' : rrticn P1 Q 7 frffcht, H .2 L ,T E Acuin Dot- ' : 'iv t,r , , , .. msch A1211 Kicker, Otto Urbfmcic, IFYOYIWC Kellf-r, Mark Valentine, Robert Piqsjsrezht, Hurry Brock, W1ii1GIT1 Zeit, ' ., . ' H : , 5- Ez Fwy, ii 'ward , A , F. D: Will . rn Kruq, fi ym, fi . ..f, I -r H. . rzf-.rxim ii First Row: loan Eckert, Marlene Ross, Sara Schatz, Susan Straub, Mary Ann Euenhnger Dolores Lang lean Lezthnef, Betty Lana Patrtcla Eckert Ethel Lecker, Pauline Nlcclo. 3e'.'er.y Meyer Second How: laanna Keller, Helene Mute ray, Pose Mary Glexxner, Marlene Samzck, Agnes Keller, Carol Klatrnan, loanne McDonald Shzrley Leuschel Ann Brock Third Row: Sandra Szence, Ines Haak, Catherine Feuscher, ludlth Kerner, Laura Lanzel, l-lllCl'l6lE Hacherl, 3e'sy Pcntzer, Fx'Dell WllllG!T7S, Facltel Smith, Dolores Preci- iel Fourth Row: Katherlne Eupjsrechf Marte Carxnc, Shirley Lyons, Ellen Ford, laa HIIES, LOIS Riddle, Kath- leen Hsifxan, Sara Gerg Frances Frey, Mary Ann Hattrrian Fifth Row: Sr Bernaraxne, OSB Ann Kneidel, Dorothy Zel' lance Krcner.v.'e'1er Alzce Gregory, Florence Scrg, Maru' llgargaret hyat., Sally Krcnenu-Jeiier, Elleen Amcia, Laine :elim Fxrst Row nonerv Ge ber At e 1: ennen Anthony D A ore Mll9OH Chase Plchard Yartox Donald Baumgratz Paul Ehrensbe ger Edward Welz Theodo e Glat' M1cl'1ae Bauer Second Row Allen Ecker Ierome Vo lmer Wayne Salter Ronald Rolhck Paul Ds' er Tho as Ernest Roger Lenze Paul Dormsch Donald Glatt Ma lon Ford Tlurd Row Harold Schllmm lohn Rupprecht Francts Straub Xfae y lNo'ar Ionn Mavn E e K av.. I hn Erey 'wobert e D .1 r Fourth Row W1 IC Pe e Harrrsor Schltmrr An rew Stautler losepl- N1ssel Mlcha Herbst George are-en rtaner C'a1r Dxppold W1 1s awettre l.aVern Klem Filth Row Hebert Grxeggs Rtclcarrl Ke re aymoncl G adl Lawrence Frey Sr Capxstran OS B ' : E ' , r , ll: a Er , . ' l r ' l ., ' 'J , agen r '5, a ,E . , , ,.' , Ela'a'e. : ll fufr, . ...., r 'r . . r ., l a ' ' , . ., el , - I 1 A Q., f',f1 . ', llf".r, , , ' , lil, rx , ' :'l , , a r..r,F r . 55 'A' 'A' ir 'A' 'A' 'k tk 'A' 'k 'A' J! Ra!! EIRST SEMESTER Soholastlc Average 906k Department 90012 Flrst Row Betey Pontzer Grace Herbvt Iuchth Kerner Elleen Arnold Patrlcla Eckert Dolores Lang RDell Wrllfams Second Row Ann Knetdel Rlchard Reuscher Arthur Wolfe Charles OConnor Bernard Palowttch Robert Stauffer Patr1c1a Hoffman Thlrd Row Dorothy R1ddle Ioanne Loeffler Shxrley Fledderman Kathryn l-lane Mary Ann Hassen etter Helen Hamrrer Lots Swartzfleher Fourth Row Elalne Hoehn Ioan Eckert Mary Ann Fu nfflnger Carol Klatman Frances Frey 60 . , iA 'h r 'S r 1 1 I - , l f , , f . , , S, - 1 A 1 ' ' r 1 e ' , , : . BUSINESS PATRONS The generous contrrloutlons on the part ot the many trrends and patrons ot the Memo have had a large share ID the tssutng ot th1s loook To them We extend our smcere thanks Armour CS Leather Co A CS P Super Market Auman s Store Ayrshrre Da1ry Basttan Bros Co Bayer s Furnlture Co Ben Frankhn Restaurant Berman s B of B Electrlc Co Boscol Tool and Manutacturlng Co Brown s Boot Shop Bu1lders CS Mfg Supply Co Burke Bros Butz lohn M Grocery Central Restaurant Ctty Market Crty Transfer Co Corbett Calolnet Co Crystal Beverages Da1ly Press Pubhshmg Co Damus Bros Co lnc Dauer s Sport Store Delsullo s Shoe Store Eagen Hardware East End SGTVICS Statlon 58 'A' 'k 'A' i' i' 'A' 'k 'k i' 'A' A B C Central Drug Store E 'ilu "St: "'S20 i 'A' 'A' 'A' 'k 'k 'k i' if i' Elk Candy Company Elk County Dalry Products Co lnc Elk County Speclalty Co Elk Englneerlng Works Enterprlse Pr1nt1ng House Elk Motor Sales Co Ertch Motors Evers W I ci Son Ealrvtew Drrve IH Theatre Eedder s Iewelry Store Elemmg P I Erankltn Hotel Fox Brothers Truckrng Fulton of K1ng Chevrolet lnc Gerg s Muslc Store Glasser s Glover Dr Harvey H D D b Gorman s Da1ry Stores Grand Market Green Carl W Teacher ot Muslc and Plano Gross lack Grotzlnger Studlo Harvey Charles P D1SlTlbUlOT Hay Shakers Herzrng Ea1th Beauty Salon Herzrng Helen Beauty Shop Herz1ng P C Store Hoehn Genevleve B Holsum Baklng Co Home Eurmture Co lndustrral Emance Co 69 Vocal i' 'A' 'k 'k 'k 'A' F G. Gregory, Charles, Store H I 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'k 'k 'A' 'k 'k lacobs Furnrture Store lournal Press lnc Kantar s Kautrnan s Auto Parts Keller CS Woltel Kennedy Photo Shop Keystone Carbon Co Keystone Motors lnc Klancer s Restaurant Lenze Studto Lesser and Lesser Leuschel s Market Lton Edwrn I Local 50? C I O Lower Purnlture Co Lynch Funeral Home Lyn Clare Flower Shop Mabel s Beauty Shoppe Malone I l Malone M E Marconr Iohn Market Basket Store Marsh A P Melsel Funeral Home Mrllers Hardware Modern Dalry Moon W1nk lnn Morse Engravmg Co Mullendean Hotel Murphy C: C Co Natronal Molded Products lnc New Peacock Cottee Shop 'A' 'Ir I K L M N i' 'A' t 'A' 'k if Paultne s Beauty Shoppe Plstner Bros Inc Pontzer Dr A I Prtce Iewelry Store Pure Carbon Co Inc Bed CS Whtte Store Brdgway Becord Rogan Iohn I Bolltck s Ice Cream Bar Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Bakery Carbon Co Concrete Products Drug Store Cult and Art Home CS Auto Supply Co Insurance Agency Inc Mutual Ftre Insurance Co Sewer Prpe Co Superette Theatre Transfer Company Wallpaper CS Palnt Store Sammy s Shoe Shop Sam s Schaut s Bus CS Taxr Lmes Schloder s Flower Shop Schllmn s Market Schwabenbauer s Farms Scutella s Shatter Ice Cream Co Sherry V I Shleld s Lunch Sm1th and Horton Co Smtth Brothers Co Smtth s Sport Store 71 'k 'A' 'k 'k i' 'A' 'k i' 'k 'k v P R S St. St. . St. St. St. ' St. . St. , . St. ' St. Marys Savings 61 Loan Assn, St. ' . St. St. St. St. ' 'k 'A' 'k 'k 'A' 'k Sorg Herberi P Speer Corloon Cornpony Spence s Grocery Stockpole Corbon Co Stondord Pennornr CC S CS S Mochrne Co Stroulo Brewery Inc Stroehrnonn Brothers Inc Sylvonlo Flecirrc Products I rc Th rnpson L A Telephunc 22181 Thornpson fx Monigornery Top C Th H111 Morkei The Towne House Underhrll Cool Mrnrng CQ Worlly Meyer s Crchesiro Wrdmon CX Teoh Wresner Ceorge E CS Son Wrlhoms G Wrlhorrns Wntrnon s Cleoners Wolf s Guss I Yung Servrce Stohc Y uth Co Teen 'k 'k 'k 'A' i' i' T U W Weis, C. M, Y. Q 1 ' . 'gn i' 'k 'A' 'A' 'k 'A' i i 'k i' ul c0 MORS --...sn-E ENGRA gt ""' WND CO -f? ig? :A Via. 1 --. 3435 C...-.4 x Q-,I E339 Top left Gorrrrcms nght Mr Eclwm Grolzmger our Photographer Center left Iournol Pre- 5 I c Prmter nght Schimt Bus Lme Bottom left Flemmg Bros nght Morse r1,ro Jmg Co Ergraver FRIENDLY PATRCNS Altar Soclety Amencan Legron Anderson L G Andres Clarence Arnold Mr and Mrs Charles Arnold Norbert A Auman Leonard S Auman Robert Aux1l1ary ot K of St George Batt1sta lohn Bauer Harry Bauer Torn Bebble 1 Boland C S Boland Mr Leonard Bon Alphonse Oscar Boylan Bonnle Lee Brehrn Prerre Brerndel Dorothy Mae Brelndel Mrs Iohn Brelndel Mr and Mrs losephL Brennen Mrs Alfred Brennan Delores Brennan Tony Bndge Mr and Mrs E B Brlnstan Bev Father Brock Harry Brock Mrs Harry Brock Mrs Henry Brunner hm Car1no B111 Cheatle Mrs Albert 74 -A' if if we if 1' if af A B ', B'll B, P. o,'E: Elks, st. Marys Lodge 437 c 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Cheatle Mr and Mrs Bayrnond C H S Alumnl C H S Cheerleaders C H S Crusaders Class ot l9lO Clonan Kathleen C M F Conway Mr and Mrs Drck Coyle Mr lohn F Crosby Mr and Mrs Earl Crowe E I C Y M A and Boosters Da1ly Patr1c1a Detsch Melvln 47 Detsch Peggy Detsch Brchard Detsch Cpl Bobertl Detsch Mrs Buth Dlppold Mr Donald Dlppold larnes A Drppold Vera Mae Donahey Dtanne Dornlsch Mary T Dougherty Bertha Eagles No 536 Erchrmller Anna Elght A tgyrnl Erght B St Marys Ench Bob Farr Mr and Mrs Ioseph lr Feranh lose-ph Frsher Agnes F1tzS1rnrnons Sara Ann Fledderman Francrs A 75 'k i' 'k i' 'k 'k D Dlppold, Betty E 'H . C. H. S. 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