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

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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY BENEDICTINE FATI-IERS . . SENIORS . LOWER CLASSES HONOR ROLL . ACTIVITIES . ATHLETICS . PATRONS M , "If ix ffm' fl't'tlXlll'1' lmlzxi' of ilu' mimf ll'lH'N'iIl Tfn' ll10lI11Il1l'llfS im' kvjr! um! jrrmurzwif."-Iilil l.l-li. C 'HON lo our own clearly lovecl Benediciline Sislers of S+.Josepl1's Convenl, S+. Marys, Pennsyle venifi, on flue occasion of llweir cenlennial celebralion, in recoqnilion of llweir lile long, manifold conlribulions lowards ine spiriluel and Qullural life ol Cenlral, WE, llwe I952 qradualing Class ol Sl, Marys Cellwolic l-liqli Sclnool, declicale llwis, llie lwenlyellwircl eclilicn ol llie MEMQ, vvillw our deepesl appreciolion of llweir laslrinq, and never-loebeeforqollen services lo our sclwool. Siffing: 'nmliii M l, in if lil f l.'1.l. Si li-r M. l' iuiiwi, OSU., Siwli-r M. livnf-mir l, O Sli, Si-,li-r M. llviimili-lfw, OSB. Sifllvl M. liv f Iii. l"f.l'l, 'ii','1-i M, A if iii. fl iw li. 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K, ka +5 .M ,, .. ....,.........................................-.....v-- .........i......v., ............-...-....-.i- inf Row Mrs. .lfvlwn Cnimi, Social Sludies, Enqlisli: Sister M. Anim. O.S.B.. Religion. Leiin: Sisier M. Imelda. O.S.B., Maine- iiitiiqg Higiwi M, f3.,f,Iilr.,- OSB, Qfif-ww: Sislor M. Bm-indirl,O.S.B., Enqlicli. Lafin: Sider M. Pauline, OSB., Reliqionp Sisior M, fmniii-Ii',', USES., fnfiligli, Spiinialip Mrs, Curl Yr-Mor, Glen Club, Second Row Sislor M. Bernardino, Q.S.B,, Social Sludies: iul--r M. Aiirif-2 O SB., Lilirfiry: Siulf-r M Climciin, OSB., Science, fkrli Sislor M, Gnnuviiwo, OSB., Enqlisli, Laiini Sislcr M, l,.,,,,fJ,.Mi, fJ.S,l3,, Cfirriw-rfi,il7 Siuli-r M. Capislran. OSB., Cornmorrial. Enqlislwf Sider M. Rose, OSB.. Gvrman, Religion. ll S lv l Niirsf-: Mr. Ramon Marlin, Marlwino Shop, Mechanical Dmwinqi Mr. Riilmrd Brady, Scinnro, Third Row Miv, Iflfi Fri , .ff vi ' V 'nfipalg Rev. Failwer Brimifm, OSB., Malliomaiirsp Mr. Edward Bridge, Woiwd Shop, Miitlii-vffilifuq Pr-J. ifilliiir lifiiiild. fJ.S.B., Pri Imrli- Mfillif-'viiq'i1'j Mr, Hiliirv Wi'lrrifirv, Hmm- ETOUOITTMS. REV. FATHER GILES, 0.5.3. REV. FATHER BRINSTAN, 0.5.5 Sacred Hear? Pdrigh Si. Marys Parish REV. FATHER AQUINAS, 0.3.8. REV. FATHER WERNER, 0.3.3. Sacred Hear? Parish SL Marys Parish 'QW Q., , "H ow bright and fair tbat afternoon returns When last we parted! Even now 1 feel Its dewy freshness in my soul."-J. WILSON. .1 13 i -"N lie'-'i f' N f 'S I ' S 5 'S SC i C 2555533 A 5 I . X - R Q 3 fl'-.Ttzl tx n ,f 'r r ZH 5 A 3 al 'X 2 .X if 1 K3 k N x N IA , A X x A, 1 E, s I N X15 .7 j e N . N A n Xxx JJ ' Q .-.- -S: P 'X Aqilt ......,.,.. , ., .:.. JJ 'Q ' ,X -. S? SE IOR CLASS OFFICER Sealed: Mary Mullaney, Clarice Bauer, Secrelaries: Helen Renwick, Thomas Eri lw C P d 1 Mary Lou Brody, Arllwur Wolf, Treasurers. Sfancling: Richard Reusclwer. Richard l-laclwerl, Vice-Presidenl Class MoHo GREEN BUT GROWING Class Colors GREEN AND ORANGE Class Flower TALISMAN ROSE I4 ,-'N SENIOR LAS PATRICIA M. ANDERSON "Puffin" Sweef, neaf and pellle-easy-come, easy-go-- qulel, fill you gel lo lxnow lwer. WILLIAM R. BALLERINI "Bill" Praclices The maxim-"LiHle children should be seen and noi heard"-cheerful, always seen wilh Ted. BRUCE J. BAUER "Brute" Always seen where a crowd qallwers-is capable of doing good worlc-seems always lo be happy. I5 CLARICE C. BAUER "Toolic" Shorl and full of pep-Friendly fo all-fun To be wi+h-Oh! fha? laugh of hers. JOHN W. BAUER frlackn Shorl buf powerful-always in a good mood- quief in school, oulside?--main inferesl is women. KENNETH S. BAUER "Ken" His works are few buf meaningful-air of con- fidence--fall and dark. PATRICK J. BOYLAN "Biff, Class cu?-up-sees fhe humorous side of school -popular-acfor. EILEEN M. BREINDEL "EiIc'cn,' Comicalflikes dancing-always baby-siHing- or wilh Marian. MARY LOU BRODY "Mary Lou" C.S,M.C. officerfnever wilhouf a smile-honor slude-nl-lilies excifemenl. PETER J. BRUNNER "Pm" Quief when in school-is serious bu+ always ready for a good lime-is generous and sympa- lhefic-nice lo lrnow. JOAN L. CLANCY ,flow Nealga good egg-and Irish, loo!-always in a hurry. ROBERT F. CONNERS ffB0bl, Radio man-one of our lop comedians-a lik- able lad-will go far on lhe way fo success. JOSEPH P. D'AMORE nDj'71dIIlif4'n Never in a bad mood-smile always forlhcom- ing-hunfinq is his hobby. MARY A. DeGROAT "Mary" Serious iype-usually seen af Murphy's-and wrilinq leflersaa queslion box. CLARICE M. DINSMORE "DiVIX,1',, Loolrs for lhe silver lining-has dimples-lah enled pianisl-good Cenlralile. y -fx 1. g wr' ,im I - was at . THOMAS M. ERICH trT0mrl In his glory when he fours The Iown in fhe Ford-'fakes +hings as 'rhey come-mischievous glint in his eyes. A. SHIRLEY FLEDDERMAN "Sbirlee" Considerale-has many friends-shows verance and a willingness Io worlc. JEANNE C. FRITZ "Ieanne"' Cheerful and well-mannered-has original ideas -high ambifions. JOYCE A. FRITZ rfluicen perse- Easy-going-has a brighf ouiloolc on life-likes her share of western music. WILLIAM G. FRITZ "Bill" One of The friendlies? fellows in Ihe class-never misses a chance fo do a good Turn-can be depended upon always. MARIAN C. GAHN "Holrod" Quife Ihe characier-has a weakness fo -Iry being serious when she's around. 5-.--fm-----w.-,.,,ss-Mff-,.-.-m-.f-?'nf-- ,W ,-,., ,....,.,.i, ..-,enn-Huge, ...T-srfifw r food 1-nv-ww-v-afw :-11-:nz-new.. : .esumzigg-..L, -N WW .-1--s...4Qmf- , , ,,..-..f,f.,f..sT.......,..Y- - eyeing:-L., - ....--f, W, FRANCIS B. GEITNER "Buick" Slworl and darlc-alerf and aHenlive lislener in all classes-an irresisfible, shy smile. RICHARD C. HACHERL "Dick" A Mall-i. wizfflae lcind of lad flwaf does ihe work and forgels lhe glory-one of lhe besf. LEONARD P. HALLINEN "Skel1ey,' Quiet-"sfill waler runs deep"-really appreci- ales a good iolceAan ou?-of-door's man. HELEN L. HAMMER "Helen" An "A" sludenl-good leader-sees 'funny side of ihings-"BeHer lafe fhan HSVGTI. BARBARA J. HANES "Barbie" Liffle, buf olml rnyl-enioys life-livens up any parly. KATHRYN E. HANES ffKil,l Sporlsminded-erdenf "Pirafe" fan-a good buddy--ever see her dog? NEC CLASS MALVIN C. HANES "Mf1gin" Doesn'+ say much-never seen walking- a req- ular-a lrue mechanic. MARY ANN HASSENETTER "Mary Ann" Obliging senior--nofed for her red hair-and worries. HILDA R. HEPNER ffHep,, Eager beaver-never our-spoken-always loolc- ing for Dol. SHIRLEY A. HERZING "Skid" Always ealinq-fancies Paclrards - Oh, flwaf giggle!-slow, buf sure. MARY ANN HOFFMAN "Mary Ansley" Wifh a slow, unlwurried manner - wailing on people, her specialfy-good driver. PAULINE H. JOHNSTON "Pauline" Wilh a lorighl fulure--does lier sl1are-com- mercially minded-fan of Harold Frilz Trio. RICHARD W. KEENEN "Kenna" Sporfs enihusiasf-brains, plus braun - looks innocent buf don? iei if fool you. JOSEPH R. KELLER fflocn Possesses an air of deierminaiion-"Silence is qoldenu and Joe hoards if. THERESA C. KESTLER "Thorns" Arfisiically falenfed - hard worker on ihe "Memo" and Hides"-goes quieiiy on her way. W. THEODORE KRONENWETTER ffTalel! Always inieresfed in wi'iaf's going on-has a friendly grin-acclaimed for his quick wii. EDWARD H. KUNTZ rrElln A frue woodsrnan-is noi half as quief as he ads-a real friend fo fhose who know him. DOROTHY B. LANZEL HDOV, Friendiy-opiimisfic-enjoys pariies - and a qood lauqh. . .9-" mann: ...W wg QE ,l Q, DONALD E. LEITHNER rrDonv A reliable friend-owner of a pleasing person alily-very undersfancling. H ELEN L. LENZE "HElEn,, Capable Nurse's aid - on lhe quiel side - hopes 'ro be a "Woman in While" someday. JOANNE L. LOEFFLER "I0anne" Sfudious-efficienl' and earnesf-has a 'ralenf for fallcing. JOAN M. MEIER "Ioannie" A 'rrue blond-always laughing and lale-our musician. MARY E. MULLANEY rfMa7y:n Wilh a devilish gleam in her eye - good- nalured-prepared for any lcind of weafher. WILLIAM J. NEUBERT "Bill" He has Thal cerlain somelhing which procures friends wherever he goes-reserved and quie+- a "Swell" pal. S EARL C. NICKLAS "Snuffy" Has curly hair ihaf many girls envy-doesn'I gel exciled af fhe lhoughf of school-enjoys life al' all limes-well lilced. DONALD J. O'LEARY ffDonlY The quief lype-sfudious and self-reserved- has a pleasing disposilion - reprssenls Ihe Avenue Marlcel in "riding" sfyle. HELEN J. RENWICK "Wiggle" Easy lo fall: Io-always good company-hopes fo have a share in a "Willy's concern". RICHARD J. REUSCHER "Big Dick" A lanlry lad wilh greal abilily-qreal' Talker when you make his acquainlance-"a+hle+ic". DOROTHY M. RIDDLE "D0rofby" Thoughlful-persevering-blushes easily - a faithful Sodalisl. SHIRLEY A. RIMER "Rym" Full of The "Old Niclf'-always on lhe go-and ouf for a good limeiulcnow any good iolces?" SENIOR CLASS S 5 R Q ' if 1.3 ,, c AGNES A. SAMICK "Aggie" A pleasanf friendecan be found when help is neededfusually looking for a ride. ELEANOR B. SAMICK "El1un0r" Especially parlial fo lhe navy-always wrilinq leflers-"brave". JOHN A. SCHLIMM "lobn" Will go lar wifh his maqnelic personalily--has hidden lalenfs--remains unruffled fhrouqh lhe frials ol The day. DONALD J. SCHNEIDER "Chick" A good-nalured fellow-will always be remem- bered for his neaf appearance - diligenl - palieni. MARGARET A. SHIELDS "Margaret" Dislikes homeworlcgbul fancies red-generally found wilh Eleanor, SYLVIA A. SLACK "Sylvia" Quiet buf inlereslinq A courleousgsinceree- Doro'rhy's churn. 24 , , V--- H-Y uf-.W , , ,....Me,-,...1.....-ug... ? 1 .J ROBERT F. STAUFFER reBobn The longer l1e's lcnown, fine beffer ne's liked- lwis firsf love is roller-slcaiing-an innocenf by- slander. CAROL L. STRAUB "Googie" A smaller senior-good iilfer-bugger-Mgor flue car"-ardenf baskefball fan. LOIS R. SWARTZFISHER frLoixn Has fwinlcling brown eyes and a sweef smile- C.S.M.C. Presidenf-peppy cheerleader. ALMA D. U RBANCIC "Alma" A greaf volleyball player--always driving th Ford-lop lypisf. JOHN J. WICKS "Cburk" Never passes up a good joke-flue boy wifh a million friends-possesses an unusual sense of humorf-popular. ARTHUR L. WOLFE "Sonny" Has a personalily 1ha+ won"r be forgoffen mild in manner-never shirlms work. 8 0 U R CLA S S "WILI.f We leave Fafh-er Donald s+ill dreaming of fhe "perfec1"' senior class. , y f X l The facully-one large loo+'rle of aspirin. f f l ' The Juniors-fun and hard work of being seniors. 'Q "'l f The Sophs-our good example of behavior. 1 ' 4 'B , Q The Frosh-dream of a bigger and beHer Rollicks. ' ,, I W N i 7 D. Keenan-his diei To Ted Glaif. l 'N V in j f i H. Hepner-her giff-of-gab 'io Frances Frey. K N 'Zip ' K. Hanes-her Greal' Dane +0 "Moose" Kraus as a mascof. i ,, C. S+raub-Johnny, as a dancing parlner +0 some lucky girl. I f f lla P. Johns+on--her wi++y ideas for 'rhe "ldes" if 7 l 4 ,X , i " ' +o R'Dell Williams. I 1 A fd , X J f I ll v4 E. Samick 8: M. Shields-+heir close friendship ' X 'X I 1 'fo Joann and Aggie Keller. 1 M f T f J. Schlimm-his place in The hearls of all lhe girls l I Z " i ff f y 'ro Jack Kneidel. I . y A ly I T. KronenweH'er-his good limes wi+h 'rhe Juniors io "Bubba" l If y f If I Chase. IX P. Boylan-his guifar 'ro Tony D'Amore +o accompany , his cowboy songs. ' C. Dinsmore-her abilify in shor+hand and Typing io her l sisier, Monica. E. Kun+z-I,0O0 cases of free pop +o underclassmen for il l lil f ll il 1' il d lla l f' 6 ff . A f c. siijiiier ragm name, "clam" +0 anyone who X ji l I illfyx s. sigcirfhlll neafness and sweeiness +0 eeorgaa Miner. W ii ll, ll l X Doi -ii A Mk k li f lllilil dl lk ll ' ..:1sr...+.i.Js'ws....?'ef +0 W 0 f ii T f lil if Mlljlli N ,l ' i ff ll? liljwifi lllllil i llfl lilfii i 'll ' H Q yll : M51 l l I l' x i 4 i , i l A K I D. Lanzel-her happy-go-lucky ways fo Mike Bauer. S. Fledderman-her love of Cen+ral +o BeH'y Josephson. y T H. Lenze-her willingness +o help o1'hers 'ro Belly Lang. P. Brunner-his lirsl' million dollars 'ro Ceniral-afler ' 1 he makes i+. I i A 1 Joyce Fri+z--a few inches of her heighf lo ' Gloria Ballerini. . g W ,, I l J. Wicks-fulfills a life's ambi+ion by iusf leaving. H. Hammer--her excuses for being la+e To S. Sfraub. l' J J . T. Kes+ler-her rosy complexion 'ro Grace Hacherl. i 1 l ' ' A, . i ' , H. Renwick-her good grooming +o Peggy Benigni. l l fi . 'y F, V l, y S. Herzing--ihose daring dimples +o "Tubby" Brock. y , X ffl l A. Wolfe-his Thoughffulness 'ro Harold Schlimm. dl T f , . R. Hacherl-leaves long enough +o ioin The Air Corps. . l l If X M M. Hanes-his moior scooier To The Frosh boys fo converf f . ' ll in'I'o a hor-rod. X I U i A. Urbancic-The Ford +o Andy Sfauffer-open season ' bf' f I on pedesfriansl M, y f i Breindel-her 'rrips 'ro Ridgway io Shirley Leuschel-wafch +ha , f T sfufi kids' ' j j M. Gahn-leaves in her limousine for her esfafe in Alaska l X f E. f D. Schneider-his picfure for 'rhe Sophomore girls 'ro admire. f Q K 26 f f .1 l ow"-1952 an N Qx ni X5 - M llls S F X- s X X. X ' in N i W. Frifz-his posifion as "pumper" on fhe 'leam lo f Tony Brody. Ni J. Loeffler-her walk fo school will-i Mike fo Sandra ll f f X X Spence. .l i l K i is x llllli i ls " 'ii x 'll l ll NX B. Bauer-his personalized case of beer +o Wayne Frilz. B. l-lanes-leaves all 'rhe girls +he secref of her . c arms. l - B M. A. Hassenefler-her red hair +o someone '-x 4 ' who wanis if-N. Friedl. A y XX if D. Lei+hner-his fypewri++en experimenfs 'ro I K gl. l 1 xl X Sr. Geraldine. lx I K g i l I X Samick-her le++ers from Michigan +o Pa'r+y Rigard. i t J .ll ll-Q i i I J. Clanc -her cooking abiliiy +o Joann Weis. ss 1 , I l Y X l l ' X B. Ballerini-his Soufhern accenf +o "Mimi" K li l i fl? . Frilz. , iv l l K. Bajerg-His wtecraclcs go' "1Borl3ny"g. . 1 y y 4X . eer- is cury air o ay . fy i y J. Meier--her hnyness +o M. Ross. ,i ' ' E. Nicklas--his pracfical iokes behind- i J l l ,J fi fhank goodness. . M. Mullaney-her long eyelashes lo Joann l i J r i .- em. l . i ' i X Jeanne Fri+z-her freckles +o Pal Farrell. 7 I I F il i 1 1 l 1 L x 1 . N. l l f . . 1 l N l 1 . if ii k ,. . , 1 I ' N 5 af 1 I li W X X 'X Nw ,xl ,ii l 1 X N I llf ki i" 'l fl UA 'i lylx k j ln llh l mv i KK ll lil N by il i BBN li fllx 'll fl l ff XFN ill h, ji A if 4 lax XIX l , I k llx yy i ll xi fy ily ,N l ,liycu x i ll i .i f l I li 1 li, N l l ii .MX l lim li N i K X X x My l Alix 1 cl ,gf IL l 'i lgmi .il X . , S. Rimer-her par+ies +o J. Gabler. J. D'Amore--his hear+y laugh +o Sandra Donahey. L. Hallinen-his blushes +o P. McQuone. R. Reuscher-his long sfrides fo Tony Paar. M. DeGroa+-her lirankness +o K. Renwick. D. l.. P. Anderson-her peppy personalify +o Janie Wiesner. R. Sfauffer-his wide eyes fo Carol Minich. M. L. Brody-her huge appelile fo Irene Frey. M. A. Hoffman-her opfimism 'lo Failrh Valeniine. F. Geifner-his quie+ness +o Kafie G. Riddle-her Sodalify ac+ivi+ies fo "Peeny" Reuscher. Swarfzlisher-her good iimes +o Mary Lauferbach. T. Erich-leaves all fhe girls a smile-deep R. J. from his heart Conners-his crazy cu'I'-ups +o E. Bena- su++i. Bauer-his hear+ fo Ann - handle wiih care! W. Neuberl'-his good sportsmanship 'io Sally Gerg. PROPHECY A land of proumr flouflng wfb If lk Afd honey of 116711110113 llIf'llI07'lf'X',, T n " 1' ' ' 't A feb -, W Q-we - E Q 0 ,I IAA x I .4 5 :L 916+ Q-R011 House wigs. v M Di X X Z? ,JZ 'f on Goes g 2 M0 . 054 L, 1 ,LA Service Qifi 'Qx QQ ,. YV ea fi XQN 45- Q 1 MM f s I 4 u ' , I I I V 0' , k Kfx w L I iQ-'Il' :3Lggie:'E 7 br! Emine r . J.. ' CJSVL- x 55 ff? 4 S Diguvers OA 1 za CLASS 0F '52 , I - fc W W3 Q W .fi Q if 'ro vn7L:.0- rio Coon. l f! .C S-rr rianls i - os n .F I el' er Air Hol+CSSC5 cluorwl. . I I n 'A af BE. W MG! - , F .L wp' 'U' 1 Y n P EM. faffa U Ski? 9 L My 1. Q 1. Q HE M - M fbi' f .J om Erfclrh' Luft our n ' Q ?1LfPelQflfn ' fuk Crm. Ku' M ' 'bra V l" .n li n -,. I I. ll 7 ,431 iggwilii f ' 41 vw-F 'mn N LB I L V ' Q 3L':'5?' :ki -rp -f . N I , I, , L 'Tle asaindl' wi' B-flferinf u o- :Lie 4 i u l' ' C C A C , -Cf' - QQ l S , 4 Acce homind ion 'Far Soo A Bowl-0 FRN ine jo nfron 0 rl-eminent Forrmcr' qoeevmly P ROPHECY Wh I J, -' , YIM QI 'ivgb I ,, ,Av 1 QQ Sm V' . . ' , N 1 I - I ,I I I III I III an QL AI ' ' I 1. 2 1 I -'Ya z . , ,...' QI I a 4 - N QQ! tl E f bqx JU, F t J I f. X .5-.. 4, v K -- up V ji 0 rsh' AYHWZOI ,I:'4Iner I Q ' - 'c H - R . ICI., ' A-1' I, . Cya Mlm ' sw H at 4 , FEI . U w 1' ' '-H " ' I Q , as Q2 1 15 I H: E51 A I N12 I 1 , 1 , S- .Y E W I -S Che? cl or uk C0"""' 'rs OI: IZOHW 'Ph-'fk M0"I"'C"00- ma. co. I A I, ,,. .4 . 'I'I. H . ' HM, qgif: - W Q I fy. I '-X: I , O :ff . y' t . v Q I :gg If , 593 x , ,F E 35.5 'md' .given cfa ion Manga en? I . A uAaImiraI H...1, N. . V K Hr. giherf Ledguev ronen we C . Q . S 0 ' 5 Q S? 91 M 5: f 9 QW f - W 4 9233 'f 9 I W A ' 'vii vf V 'V' !!! E! , r lm' , lA- -S4mSe':'M'A. - mag' in CI'V:C:l5 ' . Amtusd m, 55.5 ! H f Jr-aJud+o Hgfner T- 'S' Ramp N .frorlf it urs . .Convev-sa :ana ns . . for :ICLIMJ ll swim. .,D. 0,1-eq li n I '.. 0- ,. , - cr A ' ' " 'F "Q Mvlknylfnfo- i f' Q miibi ed Q12 i.. -if ll 93. iq aff! , S it TA cam 5 I 'nt " 'r ' dnb! -2 :2'2'i3'afZ'1 fQi:i::.,lf?.?f" ,ff x 4 Bi.. r .. .nn N ' o at NX ydn 219 s an qzfwrgkegis v 2. ' PM ix ...N"a's lbqzss' '-'- " jig smous Sh- Je eefhvei. E1 L ,' ' , Q U- ffiff ic 01219 su., ,g5.,i,,n.,5i", fffEZL"'E'x.,ri2 ' ' L B . " N . ' Ia Q 4 1 'I r Q V41 pk? I. A 0 c - 0 3 O 'Qro Q, o tuna, 5, gum rm Q bil . Sm IH. sr ns er ' - rJ an .' A 59 J" val, dmv . C ld, c 1 +L Aw um., .sa + F, 7 5 , 0,7 I O . . in e- t emo an as -mo ln ou 'dailies' Lame., - H. 2 -- , 1 k. , QM I. Mos? Accurafe--VV. Neuberf, D. Riddle. 2. Mos? Arflsfic--T. Kesffer, P. Boylan. 3. Besf Dancers--E Breindcl W. Frifz. 4. Slowesfe--J. Frifz, H. Hammer. 5. Bee? All Around-W. BaUerini, J. Meier. 6. Besi AHwleHc4fD. Schnci or, A. Urbancic. 7. Mos? Talkafivo-H. Heprwor, R. Conners. 8. Besf Ouidoorsmon-M. Hanes, E, Kunfz. 9. Mos Popular--C. Bauer. T. Erich. uv 03 Afrmd? 2 fcuivi 3 -Speak: 4---Four Pak: 5 -The Happy Ganqg 6'---'So Pensive: 7'- vw nr rw' wad 9 -A Rose Befween Two Thorns' IO-Ne:-dar of We qods. 36 Whem Winfer Come 354' 'Ns XI' ,419 --s, I f HU 2 K' 1 1 ' 3 I vw -f Mwfi 4 Cwxy, Hu! 5 AH .Hume-j 6 lS.xv'.1w1m'7 U 4 x xl xr 1 78 In r C? v V'Hr'1'Yf' rrffu' 9 VVM1! Hfappwn? I 1't'lIIl'IlIlN'Y flu' grazluul IJdfiI'l1f'C'.,,-LOVVELL. 731 Q""?l E' rg' :im fig i?'rm Vai 'T' 3' 5 ,, , I L, .,,: if if E-5,2 lg-: 5 , ' 4 5 Q fi -ii' ' fa, I-' 1115 Wffii QT 'VE Tas. Y sv PHYSICS onald LeiThner, PeTer Brunner, Richard Haclierl, T-lelen l-larnrner, Sider Geraldine ArTl'iur WolTe, R h fi R s r Our high school began in '49 Vwfe walked CenTral's halls Tor The very TirsT Time: We were Timid and TrighTened and sTill very green When on came iniTiaTion by The Seniors supreme: Vv'e had guiTe a Time, WhaT wiTh rnaTh, a la kepT To books preTTy much nguage, science and such. The year sped by-we moved up a noTch, FelT preTTy goodl Looked up To by The Frosh, L 'S ri :V ,315 ,fi rf . .ii .5 I " 1, Hi.. uf., c,-if T f We now knew The way our classes were run, A, fffrp-D STudies were hard buT we sTill had Tun. Then came The day-we were happy as kings J Li T IT was May Third, we selecTed our rings. LasT year we were Juniors-a class supreme, We dared To be diTTerenT wiTh orange and green: We were kepT preTTy busy, money earned, noT spenT, For We soon carne The prom, our biggesT evenT. 're now Tlashing class rings and we're willing To beT They're The preTTiesT seen aT CenTral yeT. This is The year we've waiTed Tor, We've Taken The places oT The class before. We'll Take on The duTies OT TuTure years- Jolly Seniors-louT wiTh sorrow and Tears Because we know ThaT our days aT CenTral are Through YeT proudly we hail-CLASS '52, 38 C. Bauer "Fond memory brings tb I gb Of other :lay d -M . 5 W fb 0? S E-fa f ' lin! N mzafZ.'We MEMDRIES OF LOWER CLASSES ASS OF OFFICE D. Weis-Secrefary M. Ross-Presiden+ R. Williams-Vice Presidenf E. Hoehn-Treasurer IIA F. Frey-Secre+ary C. Klafman-Presiclenf A. Sfauffer-Vice Presideni' D. Lang-Treasurer 40 IIB Firsi Row 5. Spf-uw .I. If-iIIwmfv, J. Erie-rI, S. lf-uI,fIml, M. Hadwerl, M. Sdmick, A, Koller, P. Nircolo, M. Ross. Second Row- A. KrwifIwI, IJ. I"r1AfIvI--I, I. Riddle-, M. M. Ryan, E. Hoehn, J. Kornnr, R, WiIIiams, M. Carino, I.. Lanzel. Third Row-P. Ehrons- In-rw-r, A. IJ'Arv,fnI-, F, W1-I1. .I. Mnwn, M, Fwd, T. GIMI, R. Feldbuuor, F. Sfraub. Fourih Row--E. Kraus, V. Nolan, A. Brennan, IJ, W1-I',, .I, Ivey, M. Baum, E. BUSUMIQ. Q ' IIA Fira? Row I-'. SvnIII1, M. A. Fur-nIIin.4f-r, C. Klfmnnn, A. Brock, S, Schaiz, B. Pomzer, S. Swaub, D. Lang, E. Lanq. Second Row- S. ffm-rfg, II. Murmy, .I. IC:fIIur, C. RuuafIwv. I3. Fwy, M. A. Hoffman, S. Lyons. Third Row--R. ROIIICIQ, M. Chase, D. Baumqraiz K. PI-.Irw-r, R, Gm-fqlgs, F, I5rffm:r1wffII1-r, W. Snlfur, R. Yanfak, J. Nis5eI. Fourfh Row--I, Ernsf, F. Leclcer, A. Sfnuffer, M. Herbsi R, lu-nfw, V. Ilrnvul-.1 Iv, P. FIVIIIII, W. PIveuIerr. 4 I ASS QF? GFFICEHS IOA J, Sfraub-Secrefary C. Clwase--Presiderd fabsen+W Mary Lau+erbachvViCe Presidenf M. Ryan-Treasurer IOB M, A. Eberl-Secretary A. Paarlgpresidenf R. Ruppreclwf-Vice Presiderw J. Gahr--Treasurer IOC J, VViesner--Secrefary C. Gebn--V. Presiden? J. W'efs-Apresidenjr J. Kne-ide-I-Treasurer fabsenfj 42 IOC Firsf Row IA If-w.fIv'I, M. Bfvniqni, M. NMSQI, K. Rwnwirk, N. Friodl, M. I-Ifwrms, J, Flcminq, G. Miller, M. LauIorIOaCI1. Second Row 5' 5.'g,l,,,,I' KQH f,,I,lg,.,,,,! Sv Smm, A, Fflfrvf, F. Vfulnminrx P. KrafI. J. DvIsrI1, S. I3fvmcI1f-y, J. Amdvrwn. Third Row -G, Kloin, I. '1fIIIiuw, C.. CIIIW- M. A. IIwnIIinq1-r, J Hrerzirvq. J, SIMUIH, E. Brimnvr, M. Ryan, Fourih Row -J. Pomink, R. Wolfo, KGMQ. rrnmili, W. Irifl, I' Cvviv-WIS, G. Gwifmvf. Firsf I. IJ K I S FirsI M IVY VIHH I0 B Row -P. Mun ly, M. Iiiirfi. M. A. Eiurvi, F, Wiffman, G. I-IacIwrI, J. Ponfzor, C. LouscI1cI, R, Grieqqs, B. Lyfvrvs. Second Row IIffIIw,m, I-'. Ihipprv-fl'vI, B. Kifwfr-r, J. Hreary, I. Frey, C. Mininlw, J Galvr, J. Frifz, M. Sorq. Third Row --D.Bus'.I'x, T.SI1ieIds, y1,'.I,y, I-?. P1-II-.1 In-r, J. Suhr, E. limmvrmfm, R. Bobonri0II1. Fourfh Row--fA. Paar, H. Schlimm, J. Schaui, R. Hedderman, ImI,I1-, C. M4-YM, Fi. IJippc1Id, E, BonasuIIi. IOA Row ff. ffiim .I. M1-yi-1, P. I+i:sffIman, P. SIIVIUPJ, J, Wivis, M. Dinsmoro, M. Clancy, J. Reffqer, J. Sfhnoidor. Second Row IJfw.IIIIIfI. I'. pyiirw, ,I MIAIIi.Ir1r. P. DfvGroaI, A. KunIz, J. Wis:smor, M. I.. Pfoufcr, T, Samiqlc, B. Bauer. Third Row- IIIII, If. f1mfIIf+, VI, IuIwr. J. MIIII-r, W. RIIIM, T. I-Iorzimq, A. Sfeivicl, I. I-Inberberqer, Fourfh Row--J. FriIz, J. KIaibQr, W. 1-y, W. Iwm, P. ffwwqmy, I, Sfhlimm, M, Buchoii, J. Knevdol. 43 9 A W. Cuneo-Secrehary R. Fehrenbach-Presiden+ R. Fledderman-Vice Presidenf K. Frey-Treasurer 9B P. McQuone-Secrefary M. Gnan-H-Presidenf C. Kopp'-V. Preslclenf E. Kerner-Treasurer 9C D. Sfruble-Secretary E. Olson-Presidenf C. Niccolo-Vice Presidenf R. Rupprechf-Treasurer "How sharp the point of fbis remembrance is!" -SHAKESPEARE. HOHOR- ROILUL - --- - FIRST SEMESTER Scliolastic Average 9070 Deportment . 9000 Firs+ Row-Carol Klalrnan, Jeanne Frilz, Eileen Olson, Belsy Ponlzer, Irene Frey, R'Dell Williams. Second Row-Joanne Loeffler Joanne Galwr, Mary Lou Brody, Elaine Hoelwn, Helen Hammer. Third Row-Lois Swarlzfislwer, Kafhryn Hanes, Donald Weis Francis Frey. qi, '1,,:- 'Y -, M,.E,. Xy X 46 "Nothing now is left But a majestic memory."-LoN F L0 Q 5. nc N Z Aff 506.1 ,,.- .-ix , I, qs W IN f ff ACTIVITIES H wig if V 3 S SL M? I. Orclnesira: 2. Couple coupiesy 3. Junior Prom King and Queen: 4. On serving iisi 48 X -.', .Qu , ,, 4 9' iff -"" 43 1 ' 4' av, ,, 1.4 A x ,av f s '. Q 3 M ,af ,gr ,lffgf S17 Qgxifsu- J, iff 4.1 4, 1-f 1 1 Wf 'f ff 17154 w 4' 11 1,1 X QQ K ww gi, M wnwi- fs. N. V5 '4"Q.. ' Q' 'xx Sxwhxss ',,,'+:A - ,,., ,. av- .rr ' " - -.."" A SKF 5. lie kg '1s,f-. ,E f rl-.. 1 s 4 fv. - U, X Q5 9 g 7 :Z ' QQ P f Ivyl Y , , 3, Y Q xx E K2 If . u 1 - K... ai Q 1 X 2 HJ .. in N.. ,M Q ,fi ' 5. K., ..... ,zi- S Q im. if? 1 1, ' ,A 1 - , , 3 . f ' ,t , , J4,,: 3 f ' ,L if' fwfr 'Fri 'r' - A Y ' 1 TQ 1 Za it Y -' 3 WW' X Q ' 'K N fam OUR!-'RESHMA INITIATION 5I X The annual public deyo+ion in lwonor ol The Blessed Virgin foolc place May I8. Pariicipalinq in flue eyenl were May Queen Lyra Auman: allendanfs, Mary Ann Spornor, Mary Lou Mcliniqlwi, Mary Mullaney, Lois Swarlzlislner, Marlene Robs, Dolores Lanq and Crown bearer Mary Laulerloacln, along willv llwe Faculiy and sludenl body. Cur Principal, Fallwer Donald, O.S,B,y deliy ered a few words alfer llne singing of hymns and flue reci+a+ion of llwe Lifany. K. Hanes. 52 I 1 11 111 11 11 ,111111,1 ,.11111,, -,1111 11 11.1, 11 1111- i1,1.111.1 111-,11' 11-,111-.111 .1 11. 11 1,.. 111 11.1111 1,1-1 1 "11f1111', A1-1-11'111y111111-11111111151111 111111 11 11 H 111 111 111- 1 1111. - 1 111 11' HA1 1x11F'11 13 1, 'sn un., 4.113 'JP' ,- af cv X., .-N ox Q,- A -. RADIO BROADCAST 1 1 1 1 'f 1- '1'1 1 wv-'- 1 11 111- 111, 111.1 1111111111 N11111111111 111111 1111-111 VV1-1-1111111111111-11 '111 1111111111 .1 111 11111 1 1 , 1 1 '.'11-, 1. 1 1+ 111 1111- .1111-41.111, 191 Our 511111111 111-11.11w 115 1.11 1111- 111 1111s M. .11-11' X1 1 15 1 1 1,11-11111-'1 ,111 '111- 1 1'1-1- W14111, 1'r1,111111-1 .11 111 1111111 11.11, M1 1.111111 5.1111 11'1.111-. 111.1111 53 K. 11.1 I cannot but remember such things were, That were most precious to me!"-SHAKESPEARE. 19 N Y 52 CLA Seplember 4- Happy day??? School opens Oc+ober November December I l2, I3 Big Guns! Freshmen lniriarion The greal' day-class swea+ers, e+c. arrive "Son of Rus+y"-movie "Back 'ro School Dance" Elec+ion of Cheerleaders Class piclures-smile, preHy kids. Elecrion of C. S. M. C. officers "Sacrifice of lhe Mass"-alumni movie FREE! Teachers' Ins'ri'ru'fe "Melody Lane"-movie Seniors pose for panels Picking of volleyball 'reams Lecfure on Peace Plan of Farima Enlhronemenr of Sacred l-lear'r--C. S. M. C. l-lallowe'en Dance All Sainrs Day-Free! Bishop's Jubilee-Free! Armislice Day-half day off Round ihe clock wifh Claire-play Mission picrures "Spiri+ of S+anford"-movie , 25 Thanksgiving vacalion Selecrion of name cards and invifalions C. S. M. C.-Panel Discussion on Missions Baslcelball season wi1'h Alumni bowing 'ro us l75-49 Firsr day Deer season-Free! Sl. Ca'rherine's, DuBois lose l82-5ll Crusaders invade S+. Joe's. DuBois l5O-2ll "The Gladia'ror"-movie "The hear+breaker"-Alfoona 39, Cenfral 37 Cen'rral's gain, Ridgway's loss l54-36l X 54 SS January I 'I WI I February 7 fff777W!fW I LENDAR f f ff V S I9 Baslcelball and Volleyball piclures 'falcon 2I "Borrowed CI1ris'rmas"-play. So long fill Jan. 7 28 Ridgway bows Io Cenlral again I7I-39I 4 Cenlral journeys lo Bradford 6 Cen+ral defealed Oil Ci'ry-a 'Iouglu game I56-26l 9 Senior Waller pliolos arrived II Cen+ral defeared Renovo I63-25I I3 Clarion bowed +o Cenlral l68-6II I4 "Pennies from Heaven"-Movie I6 P.O.D. Class alfend Courf I7 C.S.M.C.-Spiriiual forces for flue Armed Forces I8 Cenlral defealed S+. Francis. Clearfield I43-25l 2I-23 Exams! 24 Play for Fr. Timolhy-Free resl of 'flue day 25 Big Day-Deleafed Alfoona I56-53I 27 Cen+raI's loss fo Jolnnsfown I66-35l 28 Clwarily Sisfers-Selon I-Iill-Ialk fo Senior Girls 3l Renovo bowed 'ro Cenlral I39-27I Cenlral losl 'ro Johnslown again I49-39l 4-6 Evalualion days! 6 Hurrah! As a result no school l I World Series Movie I2 Juniors sponsored Sadie Hawkins Dance I8 "Rolling Home"-Movie I9 Bradford l-Iospilal-Movie and +alIc on Nursing 2I C.S.Ivl.C.-Secularism and +I1e Callwolic Press 23 Cen+ral defeafed DuBois, S+. Calh. I67-52I 24 "'Baby Si+'rer" a+ Sacred I-learf Aud. 25 "SociaI Securi+y" for Juniors and Seniors 26 Mrs. Kealy-represemling lvlercyliursl' College 29 Bradford's loss I72-32l fff ff lk S5 "Gills ol Sl. Joseph"-AJ. Wicsmor, J, Loelller, M. l-lerbsf, Joyce Frilz, l-l, Hammer, J. Miller. if "Round llwe Clock willw Claire",-J. McAllis+er, Judy Frilz, J. Defsclw, R. Ruppreclml, A. Brock, T. Glall, S. Smith, M. Ross al'lr, M. A. Eb-erl, J. Kerner, P. Slraub. l'Alice's Blue Gown"--S, Straub, Judy Kerner, J. Clancy, A. Brock, A. Samlck, Joyce Fri11,J. McAlli5ler, K. Ruppmclwl. 56 "Baby SiTTer"--M. T-lerbsT, Judy FriTz, R. Conners. T. GlaTT, R. Williams, M. Benigni. SepTember nineTeenTh opened a new and promising year in The DramaTic Club. ThirTy-Tour members were admiTTed and officers Tor The ensuing year were elecTed: President A. Broclc1Vice-President M. Ross: SecreTary, Judy Kernerg Treasurer, M. l-lerbsT. The club wenT inTo immediaTe acTion by preparing a Two-acT play, "Round The Clock wiTh Claire", by FaTher Lord, S.J. Then worlc was begun on The ChrisTmas program which included "Borrowed ChrisTmas" and a ChrisTmas pageanT. In January The Club presenTed a VarieTy program Tor Reverend FaTher TimoThy's Nameday, The main TeaTure of which was a one-acT play, "GiTTs oT ST. Joseph." By The end of February we were ready To sTage our TirsT Three-acT play Tor The public. "The Baby SiTTer" was presenTed in The Sacred l-learT AudiTorium on February TwenTy-TourTh. IT was a greaT success and was Thoroughly enioyed by every- one. Members of The Club are planning To journey To Reading, Pa., Tor The annual EasTern DramaTic ArTs Con- ference. M. Hammer. 57 We Have Fleasaat Memories ef Qui' Qlubs DRAMATIC CLUB Firs+ Rowflj. Slraub, J, Ericln, R. Zell, A. Pleufer, V. l-lanes, P. Scliuiz, N. Sclnloder, S. Fox, Second Row-ml. Weis, J. Galwr, J, Ponlzer, J.Frizi, lv1.A.Eberl, C. Minnicln, R. Ruppreclwl, J. Deiscli. Third Row-M. l-lerbsi, M. Ross, P. Beniqni, l'l.Hamrner, J. Frilz, J. Loeiller, J. Miller, T. Glali. Fourflw Row-Sr. Anila, G. Miller, A. Brock, J. Kerner, S. Smilln, R. Williams, J. Wiesner. LIBRARY CLUB B. Joseplison. Sr. Agnes, V, l-larper, J. Frilz, P. Brunner. Qur meelings are inleresling and varied. We mend books, make and plan posier displays, bind maga- zines, slamp new books, discuss library lopics, acl as siudenl librarians and are greally inlereslecl in making llie library malerials serviceable lo all The siudenis. Jeanne Frilz. 58 1111 111 1111111 11111 1111 1111 11111 1111'11111111,f11111111 C. S. M. C. OFFICERS 1 1': 11' 111-,, 111-1111-121'111111NN'1-111,111--111115. 1 1111, 1 1 11 V1 111'11-111111-'11' 111-.11'.'1111111'r, 1'1-1.111"1', 1'11 1 111 11 1111111111 M1 11111 C111'111c11'1 11. 61111111 11611110 wt- 1111110 5111111111 11,11-100 1111111111111-111111 111 1111 11151: 11. 21141-11'111111, 111114141 1111 1110 111111111111f- 11111111 111 11111 1:1710 1. 5w111'1.'1.s1101'. N. .M-QTQA A HOME ECONOMICS 1 11 ' 1 11 11 '11 1.11.11:111', FV1, QS1111111, IV1, A, 111111111111, M11 V111111111 1111111 11. 11111.-.11, 111115111 1, 11'11,'1'. 1 1 111 1, 111 C 111'11 1 111! 1 W111111 1111101 11111111 11111011 a wc:C14. VV1111C our m1111211 1:1 11111 11 111111111 111.111111q 111 1 111 1111111 W1 1111 1111111 V1 ry 111u1Q11 1'111ou1 1119 "W11y'11e1m11W11c1rC1orc:'f.1'1111111q 111111 111111. QNL11'111S1VUC 1 111111 111 1'-1111111611119 C. 311111111 E1 9 "IDES" Back Row: Sr. Capialran. K. Gerry, R. Connors, P. Dorniscli, l-l. Renwick, T. Gerq. Joyce Frilz, M. Galwn, J. Loelller, R. Williams B. Ponlzer, D. Lana, C. Klalman, A. Urbancic, S. Slraub. Sealed: Jeanne Frilz, B. Bauer, P. Boylan, W. Rillor, M. A. l-lassoncllor Second Row: H. Harnnner, S. Fledderman, T. Kesller. Firsf Row: M. Mullaney, S. Slack. SEWING CLUB Front Row: Y. DeLulla, J, Anderson, G. Ballerini, F. Valenline, J. Gabler, J. l-leary, M. L. Slraub, G. Srnillm Middle Row lsealodl M. Elirensberqer, Ellwel Breindel, M. Donahue, Rila Ruppreclwf, P. Rigard, M. Kronenwefler, W, Cuneo, P. Krall, P. Greg- ory, J. Larqey, E. Kerner, M. Koclw. Back Row: lS+andinql Sr. Bernardino, E. Cochran, J, Feldbauer, C. Niccolo, P. McQuonc B. Vilello, E. Olson. 60 BIOLOGY CLUB Chudra, J. Hoffman, R. Dc-Grfwfd, B. Bnuwr SHOP CLUB I Olsfm F XNiHif1ms, Mr. Mariin, R. Fchronbach, L, Lon bl ART CRAFT afed Ibaulcjz B, Moyvr. M. FHM, E, Kfflfwf. Second Row: M. Disffcr, A. Hasselrvfm, P, Sfolxifh, Sr. lfwfhifx, C, Higher Froni Row: T. Kower. SPANISH CLUB Firsf Row: S. Rirvwrj C, Sfmuky U. Croiby, Second Row: J.Ro+fqOr, Sr. Evanqeiusf, J. Chnry, P, Hfufsmrr an 62 W, fMUf'rmr, ', '1VvulAL, A, Pvwufifff, S, Spfvwff U. Baumqrafz, S. Ffrwddvrmfm, A, KoHr1r,J. Kvlfor, S. Gvrq, Joyco Friff, l. lan GLEE CLUB Fird Row: ff, MM'-r M A Nw .'.f-' wf- H-v S Uffrifir-r rvvf an .l, Clnwy, T, K1-srlvr, M. Disrhr. Mrs Carl Yofivr flmrvffrwssj, .l, Flow wry, M, fwrnmm- MJ, Fm, V, H '1',' ,1-lwm M. luufe-ri-nh. Second Row: M. Friiz. R. XQH, Rita Rupprmh?, C. Kopp A Vrwv -f-vv 1.1491-r F UL 'X ff. H ,WH-r! M A, Hur w1-v L N. Flif-di, Rrwfvfrrin Rupprsxrhf, J, Dvfsclv, S. SMITH, P, Srraub, F. Vnfvrwfwru Third Row: l, L'lN'1'Hf', fu firm flv, V fuwgf ry, M, Km M, l,G,1Nwr, V. Hanna, N, S: Nvdfwr, S. Hvrzinq, J. Wfe'snL1r, S. Siraub, M. lrfflrvffrv--11" F lynn: Fourfh Row: M. l. Srmul CJ, furm'f1, A.PFm11'w, P. Sfhuiz, C. S?mul", H, Murray, J. lrvvfflvr, E. HOU V, llfmf-', Ifwmvw frm, 1 ffyiwv, M. Crflmfy, ,l, W1-Es, M. M. Ryan, K Rupprvrlvi. SOCIAL CLUB I. lrwrg, H. Muvmy, T, Vrfrrwrmf-H1-r, ,l, Lflf-rf, .I Frfxy, D. Prorhiel, M, A, Hoffman, C. Rousfhf-r, R, Sfauffcr, R Grad! lI,lIf,ru--1,A.2f.mw1-. 63 zr-I ST. MARYS CHOIR Firsf Row: Mr. Bauer lorqanisll, A. Pfeuler, N. Sclnloder, E. Olson, A. Krorienweller, P. Schulz, J. Gabler, D. Lang. Second Row: F. Frey, S. Spence, M. L, Slrauln, V. l-lanes, C. Slraub, E. Lanq, A. Kunlz, J. Erich, E. Hoelwn, B. Moyer. Third Row: L. Riddle, P. Slraub, C. Klalman, S. Slraub, A. Kneidel, A. Samick, A. Keller, J. Keller, C. Reusclmer, J. Leilhrier, R. Smilli. SACRED HEART CHOIR Sisler Mary Grace lllireclressl Firsf Row: B. Vifello, M. Disller, J. Larqey, G. Smilli, Rila Ruppreclil, M.El1rensberger, A. Brock, M. Donahue, D. Ryde-n,V.l-larper Second Row: VV. Cuneo, E. Coclwranc, C. Kopp, M. Koch, Cv. Ballerini, B. Ponlzer, J. Fleming, M. Benigni, K. Renwick, R. Williams C. Leusclwel. Third Row: J. Heary, M, Clancy, l-l. Renwick, J. Clancy, K. l-lanes, M. Mullaney, L. Swarlzfislwer, J. Weis, B. Lyons ....,1.m..., .,... ....,-A-.1-.....-.,A-..,..c.- ..-.110-..f.w-. ,,..-.H .H-f,....c...-...,.......-........-, u..g..x-.f-U.,-,..e.g..,-a.-,..,.1.1.-.N,-..-..,......,.-..-..f,,,.....,.......,.,.....,u..,.....,..,.......,. ......a,.,...-,...... .m..w.... sf- .- 64 . , .9555 X M f X ll! K 9 "Memory, the warder of the brain - shall be a fume."--SHAxnsma.1.nn gif '51 X X 4m v?T7?ii?'vf1" 'iffy v v v if 2f22221555:4":'2'Qw:'m?2:f ?.oiQ.oQ.6Q..Q.'Q 59 Q Q.0.O.4 'IQYXQWa'o'0'0w'o"f94 QietozfteytnQ-+44Q4oM!'A4i AT HL E T I C S ,-.. 66 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Firsf Row: Mr. ,liinmn GMM icrmciwi, D. Sfiwnoider, A. Sfauifer, E. Bosnilr, Righard Reusniwer, W. Friiz, Rev, Fniiwer Donald ifwiilf-Viv lliwfiml. Second Row: J. Saiwiifnrn, M Ryan, K. Baum, R, Connors, T. Kronunweiier, J, Wic'ics. Third Row: W, Bn lfrmi, A, Vimr, W, liwn, M. Bum-r fManorgr:ri. J. V'S irsf Row: Rfiiwvi R4-usfiie-r, W. Kinuwy,.J, Frify,A. Brody,J.S1mub. Second Row: W. Baum, J Bunk, P Sdlier, R. vvmlfp I. 'pivifflfiy Third Row: Mr. Mnriin lfksishnf Ccmrnl, E. Bennasufii, F. Siroub, J. Gaiwr. 67 CRUSADERS 1951-52 The l95l-l952 baslcetball season saw the Crusaders turn in their best record ot the past five seasons. Coached by Jim Goetz, Central won 20 and lost 4 in regular season competition. Three ot the losses were at the hands ot Class A schools. Altoona handed Central their first loss 39-37, but later in the season the Crusaders deteafred the same Altoona tive 56-35. Johnstown defeated the Blue and Gold twice 66-35 and 49-39. The only Class B team to defeat Central was Oil City. Central lost the service of Ed Bosniclc mid-way in the season due to a leg iniury. Ed was averaging 22 points per game before he was injured. Bill Fritz tallied 264 points, John Wiclcs 230, Ed Bosniclc 2l4, Don Schneider l65, Andy Stautfer l55, and Dick Reuscher II3. The Goetzmen again entered the Annual Diocesan Tournament held in Erie, March 7, 8, 9. The Crusaders drew a bye. ln the quarter-tinals they defeated Clearfield 54-35, but in the semi-tinals, Greenville overpow- ered the Blue and Gold, 50-36 lGreenville won the Tournamentl. Central then defeated St. John's ot Kanty Prep 46-36, thus taking third place. The Crusaders' over-all record was 22 wins and 5 losses, losing only to two class B schools. We wish to thank Reverend Father Donald, our athletic director, Mr. James Goetz, our coach, Mr. Ramon Martin, assistant coach, the cheerleaders, managers, and all who helped in the success ot this basketball season. Nov. 30 Central ........ 75 ........ Alumni ........ ,........ .... 4 9 22 Central ........ 66 ........ Punxsy ..... ....,.. 2 8 Dec. 4 Central ........ 82 ........ DuBois CSL Cath.J ......,..... Sl 25 Central ........ 56 ........ Altoona ...... .......... 5 3 7 Central ......,. 50 ..,..... DuBois lSt. Joe'sJ ......,..... 2l 27 Central ........ 35 ........ Johnstown .... lost 66 ll Central ........ 37 ........ Altoona .........,.,...... lost 39 3l Central ........ 39 ........ Renova .... .......... 2 7 I4 Central Ridgway ........,............. 36 Feb Central .Johnstown .... lost 49 I6 Central Punxsy ..... ...... C ancelled Central ........ ........ C learfield . .. . .. 3l 2l Central Titusville ............ 28 Central ........ Oil City ..... lost 57 28 Central Ridgway .....,... 39 Central ....,.,. ..,..... T itusville .... .. 3l Jan. 4 Central Bradford .... 26 Central ,....... ........ C larion ...........,. 38 6 Central Oil City .... .... 4 2 Central ......,. ........ D uBois QSt. Joe'sl .... ..... 3 2 ll Central Renova ..... ..,. 2 5 Central ........ DuBois lSt. CathJ 52 I3 Central Clarion ...... .... 6 l Central ........ Bradford ............... ..... 3 2 I8 Central Clearfield .... .... 3 5 off 'Q 68 'KJ 19 J. V, CHEERLEADERS Upper Picfure-Sfanding: A. Uv! 'L A, Kvw-REM, R, Murrmy. Kneeling: .1.WilAr'1Xr, J, ix M E h VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ower Piciure-Firsf Row: C. YQ w' ww. l. S.-1 sffzflfdv-r, G. HM M-IN, C. ibm-1 Second Row Top: M Ross. A9 VOLLEYBALL TEAMS 3 fn I. Bacln Row: F, Valenline, L. Lanzel. Fronf Row: J. Clancy, 2. Baclr Row: H. Hammer, C,Gahn, M. Hanes, S. Spence. Fronf A. Kronenwefler, C. Bauer. Row: K. Hanes. M. L. Pleufer, V. Hanes, E. Kerner. C. Slraub. 3. Back Row: H. Murray, A. Brock, S. Lyons. Fronf Row: M. L. 4. Back Row: D. Lanzel. A. Kneidel. J. Ponlzer. Second Row: Brody, T. Samiclc, E. Olson. F. Willman, A. Samiclf. G. Smilli, E. Lanzel, E. Frey, M, Dinsmore. Froni Row: S. Herzing, B. Hanes. VOLLEYBALL l95l-52 The volleyball league go? under way November B, wilh lceen compefilion and excilemenf galore The season Through. The seven fe ies were selecled by combining lhe las? names of fhe senior capfains and co-caplains. The lirsl half closed, resulling in a lie belween fhe Meiurbies and Loehfullaneys, forcing playoffs belween lhese Two. The Meiurbies lf lead by winning lwo oul ol: lhree games played. League slandinqs al lhe hall way marlc were: Won Losl Won Los? Bauerclan ........ ,. ............. 6 6 Loelllullaneys .. . 9 3 Slrauhans ..... ,. 4 8 Meiurbies ..... ,......... . 9 3 Sambrodyclns . ... .. ... ......, 8 4 Renlishers .........,..... ......... 5 7 Herhanes ..,....,.,., ...... ..... I l l Meiurbies won fhe volleyball honors. Congrafulalionsl On behalf of lhe Seniors and all lhe volleyball payers, we wish To lhank Fafher Donald lcindly for his endless ellorls in allending lh ies and arranging lhe schedules, And so anolher never-lo-be-lorgollen hislory ol volleyball is recorded in our album ol' memories al Cen? C. Bauer. 70 5. Back Row: J. Brldqff. J. K:-llefr. Second Row: A Kulhar, J, Gdblvr, M. Ckmcy J. Wsels. Fron? Row:M.Mul1fm+-y, J. lor-Hlnr 6. Back Row: C. Reusahcr, S. Gerq, C. Min ifh, J. Gahr, P Hasselman. Froni Row A, Uvhxrwfn, M. A. Fufenffunrqcxr, M. L frirnulw, N. SIMNJI-r, J. Me-I:-v. 7. Baci Row: Joyfr- Frifz, M. Grmn. M GM-vu. Fronf Row: l. Swurilfishffr, K. Ren wirlf, P. Grwgory, N. frhadf, H. Runwidr 72 iff I Wx c S f N ' V 2 ' X , Q X H ff . fs ' 'Q S 1 ' .Aw N W' - ',,. 'Q 73 "But we forget not, never can forget."-MULOCK. BUSINESS PATRON We deeply appreciale our loyal Pafrons who are always ready lo supporf a good cause-we are greafly indebred ro fhem. Please parronize our Business Pafrons-fhey are mos+ worfhy of your palronage. A Allen's Spor'rsmen's Shop Armour Leafher Co, Auman's Sfore Auman. Paul J. Aulo, G. 8: H. Body Shop 'Ayrshire Dairy 'Basrian Bros. Co. Bayer's Furni1'ure Co. B. 81 M. Cleaners "'B. 8: R. Eleclric Co. Beimel's Barber Shop Ben Franklin Reslauranl Berman's Big Trail lnn Boscol Tool and lvlanufacruring Co. Brown's Boor Shop Bruner's Recapping Service 'Builders 8: Mfg. Supply Co. Burke Bros. Bulz, John M. Grocery C Calholic Knighls of Sl. 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' .510 ...W M520 ....s25 M S50 . .79 fanclard Pennani' Co S+ormer Joe Sfraessley L C Sfraub A J "'S+raulo Brewery I Sfroehmann Bros Inc S 8: S Machine Co "'Sylvama Elec+rlc Corp 'Thomson 8: Monlgomery Top O Th Hull Markef Towne House Trgovac Tavern Underhill Coal Munmg Co Webbs Wood Kennels Wels C M Wuesner Geo E 8: Sons Wulson Bakeries "'W1Hman s Cleaner 'WKBI Wolf Gus J Ye Olde Cuslarcl 84 French Fry Shop Yefzer C H 8: Son Young s Service Sfahon Youfh Canfeen """""'You1'h Cen'l'er 'S . "' nc. T U W Wesfern Aufo S+ore Y 41-S10 pqsls 4:4520 u-l-14325 80 FRIENDLY PATRDN A Alfar Sociely Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur Anderson. Jim Anderson. Shirley Andrew Kaul Memorial l-lospilal Arnold, Norberf Auman, James O. Auman, Mary B Bauer. Anne Bauer, Bill Bauer Mrs. Bufch Bauer Kennelh L. Bauer, Mike Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bauer. Mr. William Barr. C. Clifford Baurclan Volleyball Team Bebble, Mr. William Bickmire, Mrs. Jesse Blessel. Harry Blessel. Joe Benneff, James O. Boland. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bon. "Oscar" Boyla, Mrs. Joseph F. B. P. O. Elks Brady, Mr. Richard Brehm, Colleen Brehm, Pegge Breindel. Mrs. Clara Breindel. Mr. and Mrs. John Breindel. Sgt Walter W. Brennen, Pa'r+y Brendel. Geor e D. Brid e. Mr. Egward Broci. Bubby Brody. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brunner. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bucheif. Clare M. Bucheil, Leon R. Bucheif. Maurus Buerk. Mary Bullers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buller. Ann, R.N. Bufsch. Mrs. Marion C Caimi, Mrs. John B. Cancilla. Mrs. Pefer P. Cannon. Mr. Arfhur Capi+os+i. Mr. P. J. Caseman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cauley, Raymond D. C. D. of A. Chealle. Alberl C.H.S. Alumni C.H.S. Cheerleaders '51-'52 C.M.F. C.H.S. Crusaders Clancy. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Clark. Mrs. J. F., Sr. Class of I9lO Clevenger, Mr. J. L. Cole, Efhel, R.N. Conway, Margarel Coyle. John F. Crowe. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. C. U. B. S. Club '52 Cuneo, Ann C.Y.M.A. and Booslers D Dadd Schauer's Barber Shop Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Casper Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. James Dankmyer. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. D. D. T. 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Mr. Franlc Gahn, Mrs. George Garner, R. J. Gealy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 82 Geeclc, Rifa and Gail Gei+ner, Fred, Sr. Geifner, Riia Gerber, Mrs. Rosemary Gerg, Dona Gerg, Richard Gies, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gleixner, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Goeiz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goelz, Roger Goodreau, Li++le Paul Gross, Mrs. Belle H H.A.A.H. Club Hacherl, Mrs. Anna Hacherl, Mr. and Mrs. Herberf Hacherl, Karen Hacherl, Ri+a M. Hacherl, Wally Haggerly, Gay Hallinen, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Halloran, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hammer, Marilyn Hanes, Mr. Jerome Hanes. Miss Rulh Hanes, Mrs. Wilfred Haney. Annie Harper, Virginia Harrison, Verda Hasselman, Ann Hasselman, Dick - Hasseneiler. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauber, Joseph Heary, Edward, Hepner, Mr. ancl Mrs. Fred Hepner, Kenny Herbie Herhanes Herr, Mrs. Allen Herr, Louie Herzing, Mr. and Mrs. Augusi Herzing, Mrs. Clarence Herzing, Florence Herzing, Mr. Fred Herzing, Mr. and Mrs. lvan J. Herzing. 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