Ellsworth High School - Ellsworthian Yearbook (Ellsworth, PA)
- Class of 1939
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dred and thirty-nine presents this
edition of the HELLHICON with the
sincere hope that it adequatel
reviews life in our Alma Mater
l we trust the NELLHICOW will re-
The Senior Class of nineteen huniq
tain and rekindle thoughts of fo
When we have gone out from school
our interests will change and we
will concern ourselves with grave
iduties. Then will this volume be-
come priceless and a few minutes
with it will renew old friendship
t'It is our wish that this WELLHIC
will be a source of pleasure to
all who are associated with it.
i The Editor
Editor ..... Thomas Lloyd
tLiterary Editors -
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Shup'nsky Louise Rodacf Jerome saxe H. Rodgers
HTOLU HLOUISEH NJERRYH HHELENH
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Staff 2 Yearbook
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HJAYU HMIKEW HMARY ELLENH NPETEU
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In the year 1927 a group of youngsters entered the
threshold of knowledge with brilliant and intelligent
faces. The girls were short dresses and had pigtails,
ribbons, and locks of curly hair. The boys wore shorti
pants and buster brown collars. throughout the years '
the change has been slight. The girls still wear short
dresses and have ribbons and curls galore in their
hair, but the boys have traded the short Pants for
long ones. Mho said that woman changes her mind more A
easily than a man? As for brilliant and intelligent
faces, these qualities have remained exactly in that
place therefore no change Las been brought about '
Throughout the years the class showed signs of be-
coming a group of geniuses, but they studied too hard
for their own good causing them to'swing'to the other
In 1954 this same class came to cross roads and
having chosen the road to the right. lThey hoped it
was the right road! During their high school reign
ma social gatherings were held which resulted in A
bo?K a social and financial success.
'NoW, 1939 In the Year of Our Lbrd, will always be
remembered by this sentimental class who will leave ,
the past be bygones and think of the future. Upon '
graduation in June another cross roads will be faced
by them and a decision which will affect their entire
future must be made at that time.
History will not terminate at this particular
point..fso say the egotistical seniorsl. The past and
present will be written in history on account of wars
and economical status of the countries buttthe future
will go down in history as a Utopia because a small to
group of thirty-four people lseniors of '59J who were
influential and made a complete sane change in this
world which we sometimes call Hcrazyn.
Olga Damiani 1939
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the class of 1939, of the Ellsworth High
School, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to
be our last will and testament, in manner and form
following, hereby revoking any will or wills hereto-
fore made by us.
We, the members of the Senior Class of 1939,
leave to the honorable faculty our respect and
admiration for their efforts and advice during our
years in high school.
To the Junior Class we leave our title of
WDignified Seniorsn and bestow upon them the wishes
for an honorable senior year.
To the Sophomores we leave the care of the on-
coming Freshmen and we beseech them to treat the
class with honor and respect.
To the Freshman Class we bequeath our popularity
and hope that in four years they will be as happy
as this departing class.
We also bequeath to the whole student body the
tradition and ideals of our class and demand that
they duly revere them and carry on.
Feeling the spirit of excess generosity we
individually bequeath the following:
Joan leaves her cluster of curls to Eugene
Kennedy and Glenn Cox.
Rome Ed leaves his popularity to Bruno Nuccetelli
Jessie leaves her art of cheer-leading to Faye.
Tom Lloyd leaves football ability to Tom Jenkins
and Joe Pushkarich.
Olga leaves her studiousness to Hazel Hahn.
l Jim Gauriloff leaves his basketball ability to
Frank Ross leaves his good sportsmanship to
Louis Daniloff and John Jamie.
Valsie leaves her sense of humor to Matilda M.
Al Tdkar leaves his love of the fair sex to
Kenny Watson and Martin Terretti.
Tom Shupinsky leaves his lateness to Prisills
Miller and Frances Sabatini.
Helen Rodgers leaves her attractiveness to
Joe Alexander leaves his arguments to William
Sheka and Martha Zalo.
Pete Patasky leaves his wavy hair to Raul
Feeny and Lena Seneca.
Eleanor Homme leaves her slimness to Mary Lois
and Velma Cast or .
Arco DiNardo leaves his Don Juanism to Harry
Hess and Frank Angotti.
Mary Ellen leaves her ability of getting along
with the boys to KatherineS. and AngelinaA
George Gullik leaves his slowness to Andy M. and
John Lindsay leaves his handsomaess to Robert
Thomas and John hishardson.
Mike Kurnik leaves his shyness to Anthony T. and
Helen Ritchen leaves her tallness to Helen K.
and Tom Koblarckick.
Ruth Morgan wills her pep to Ruth.'atkins.
Jack Montgom leaves his neatness to Victor T,and
Jack Lowther leaves his good behavior to VeorgeT
Ruth Thomas leaves her naturalness to Josephine
Leana and mary Blostic.
Betty Graham leaves her good naturedness to
Willie Taras leaves his towering frame to Betty
Mike Tonosky leaves his wordly knowledge to Fred
Dryzza and Steve Nowicky.
Letty leaves Ireland to an incoming Irishman who
will promise to take care of it,
Nell Milby leaves her size to Pearl Gaurileff
and Joe Sklinchar.
Roscoe leaves his love to Betty Harris.
Mike Troyan.leaves his art of pulling class bon-
ers to Eugene Sirianni and Gabriel Brova.
Louise Rodacy leaves her silence to Anna Mayher'
and Dorothy Branch.
Jdward Mathers leaves his art ability to Willa
In Witness whereof, He, the Seniors above
named have hereunto subscribed our name and affixed
our seal, this the fourteenth day oi ipril in the
year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred'and
Signed, sealed, published and declared by the
above named Senior Class to be their last will and
testament in the presence of us, who have hereunto
subscribed our names at their request as witnesses
thereunto in the presence of said Seniors and each
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Frank Ross refused to play golf.
Nell Milby was as tall as Jim. A
Jack Lowther would stay out of an argument.
Roscoe had his hair mussed up.
Betty had straight hair.
Jim were a sissy.
Olga failed a subject.
All Tokar had a mustache.
Eleanor Homme weighed a hundred pounds.
Tom Shapinsky was the first to hand homework in.
Joe Alexander couldn't drive a car.
Louise would go around shouting.
Letty would get to school before the first bell.
Pete had slick black hair.
Joan appeared without lipstick.
Helen Rodgers stood on the sidelines at dances.
Jack Montgomery hated blondes.
Valsie wasn't interested in cameras.
Bd Mathers couldn't yodel.
Mary Ellen was timid and bashful.
Nell Gurdish had her hair in strings.
Arco didn't pay attention to girls.
Ruth Thomas wore wrinkled clothes to school.
Tom Lloyd would make the lowest grade in exams.
George was a track champion.
Jessie would use good English instead of slang.
Bill T.entered a talking marathon.
Mike Tonosky had a real gun.
Ruth Morgan would refuse a bag of peanuts.
Mike Tryan made no class bonners,
Mike Kurnik hated athletics.
John Lindsay had dark hair.
Rome Ed refused to go to Bentleyville.
memie r Our initiation the first day of high school.
Mrs. Woods as a Latin teacher, Mrs. Hazlett.
Eleanore Homme playing the role of Tizzy Lish in
English II class.
Joan Sirianni coming to school every day in an
old Ford her first two years of high school.
Jack Lowther wearinc his green bow tie St.Pate Day
The Senior trip to and from rittsburgh.
How Jessie Sabatini was sent to the basket every
day in English class to throw away her gum.
How Letty McNulty blushes when called upon.
Helen Rodgers and her daily bar of candy.
Ruth Morgan's supply of pranks
The nights we had Science Ulub and a date after-
Valsie Hesek climbing on top of the garage with
camera et al, and taking a picture of the school
for our invitations.
How we girls as freshmen froze when going to and
from the old Home Bc Department.
How Nell Milby got cracked with the paddle in
When Jack Montgomery sang WOld Faithfuln for
graduation in Eighth Grade.
Tom Lloyd's scholarship to W.and J. College.
The day Al Tokar and Tom Shapinsky played hookie
to go see a movie.
gow Johnny Lindsay was called UPappyn.
4-he time DeBusk played Walter Winchell in Junior
English Class. U
How often George Gullich was late for school.
Mary Ellentand the noise and giggles she made.
How quiet and ladylike Ruth Thomas acted.
How the students counted the days till graduation
How Betty Graham got a paddlinp in third Grade ,
for talking. '
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Jeepers Oreepers..............,.... ...,Jack Lowther
Hold Tight,. ..... .................Mary allen Guthrie
It's the little things that eount,,,,,,f01ga nam ani
High,Wide and Handsome .... ......... ...
I'll Takw Yon Home Again, Kathleen ,,,,
Little Miss broadway .................
I've Qot a Date With an Angel. ....... ,
IT'S Never Too Late .............. ....
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oh, not I Hate To Get Up In the morning,,,E1eonore H
Simple and Sweet ................... ...
I Want To Be A Cowgirl's Sweetheart,
no oooooannuooqaos o c 0
I Non't Tell A Soul.........
I Have Eyes ................ ..
Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son...
Just A Kid Named Joe ..........
Have You Forgotten So Soon .... ...
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling .... ...
My Heart Is Taking Lessons ,,,,,, ,,,
What Have You.Got That Gets Me,,,, ,,
Deen in AiDYeam oooooouwcaooonoauoouuq
I Must See Annie Tonite.......
zWe've Come A LOnp Way Toghther....' .Egan and Jeggig
fYou Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby,,,
When A Prinoe Of A Fellow Meets a Cind
Romance Rune in The Fami1y,,, ,,,,,,,, ,
my Heart Belongs To Daddy ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
I'll Get Along Somehow .... ...,Mike Kurnik
O I U 9 O I O O I C I I I I I I 0 O O I O
You're A Sweet Little Headache ,,,,,,Jook Montgomery
Love Is Where You Find It.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Roth Morgan
Every DayHsvA Holiday .. ...... ...,....
Having Myseli A Time .......On.our trip to Kennywood
Thinking Of YOUf-----...............Aftor graduation
My Heart BC33H2S to DHddy..........After report card
Sing Baby Sing ................ ....Gir1s Glee Club
There's A Cflimine In The Sky ..... In senior treasury
A Room With Q View ............... A Our auditorium
OH The BUUII Road To Love .... Sr.trip.homo from Pitt
Change factvera And Dance ... ........ ...Senior boys
oG0tt2 GST i'w9 Shuteye ...... .........After Jr.Prom
Who Blew tri Lhe Flame .... ...Chemistry Class
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WILLIAM SHEKA . . .President
THILLA LOVETT.Vioe President
AIN HATEIA. . . . .Secretary
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YU tiv jvnf 1236 ae fpund ourselves Freshmen
' ' Fil? Jvth High Sviwol. We were noi impsrtgnt,
at ,QQA L-rm to reacjuut Jurfelves tm Q naw lifw.
H ri pexm year tLm nano of Sophisticated SophmxVQS
Q iw'wQ ugnn us, und we KQQHX to YQQ1 mnre at
wie. Thi? year, our Junlwr YGQT, has fmund us mure
ftu e nd xarivus. Ke elected Junimr Claas Wffiwors
f wy 'ra:Prv:i1Qnt..William Shake
Vice PreSident..Willa Lovett
Fawvvtnry ....... Ann Matela
me LWUX got rings this your which GifHifiQd
W9 V we yas? tu Fecome the Ndignified Cenivrn of
wmwsrwwv M nQm9 we hope to EQTH.
ARNOLD DAMIANI,,Vice President
ANN EVANS.. Secretary
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Alter being Knwvked around as Uignwrmnt ffwshnwnu
fav w year, we finmlly reached the fGJ7fM isp af our
high schwo1.cqrver. During our Frcrhmun ywxr organ-
i.LL.LiN'I' am. cofvpeva tiwn vxoz'4e u1'11inLw.'n 1.-an uf, '7,t?z'uJQn
s Qi succeed in 5cttinj together inn, an njh no go
mn 4 heinor Pabst.
Ou, Cophbmoro year was mrve QrCu.'y anu WL Glfwta
Class mfficers. In OcLoher we held Q A 1i0xQ'ex L.1cu
tE.Q5 wL5 SlQgLtLy prnfitable. In April our athletic
bJyg played tzw Freshies Q game of Hushball and beat
them i7fl5. Le do have s1methLng to brgg xbout Lftav
S9 with our knvuledge, over-worked bruins,Mnu um-
bitloni, Me uuvQ on into the thivu ynu next Lo ine
Last Imp PY wmv :enrch for kuawledge.
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me The Ellsworth Football team, lcd by captain
James Gauriloff and four other lettormen, enjoyed
a fair season despite the shortage of equipment
and the great MUMDGP of inwuries. Coach Holland
did a good job of coaching are taught the meaning
of true sportsmanship.
The first tact for the bca: was against the
alumni. The grub was played L4 three inches of
mud and a oorrgonr of rainr After several scor-
ing threats tae game endei in 1 scoreless tie.
The local gridders invaded California only to
be turned back 26-2. The home boys threatened
several times but to no avail.
The Cokers lost their first home encounter to
Jefferson High 25-0. The outstanding feature of
the game was the smooth playing of the victors.
With the running attack functioning smoothly
the Ellsworth team enjoyed their first victory of
the season by smashing a 19-O victory over West
Overpowered in every way the homers lost to
the East Beth eleven by a score of 25-O.
With a spirit not to be denied the home team
outpassed and outran the Belle Vernons only to
hon r a O-O tie.
In the main event of the year, the Bentleyvile
Bears beat the Ellsworth Cokers 34-O despite the
power shown by the latter. The statistics sheet
shows that the encounter was more evenly contested
than the score indicates.
Displaying the best form, the home boys played
smart, hard football throughout the next game,
only to be beaten 19-O by East Pike Run.
In the final game of the season, Centerville
took full advantage of their superior weight and
power for they overpowered our gridders to a 46-6
COACH.... Mr. Holland
CAPTAIN.. Jim Gauriloff
MANAGER.. Arco DiNardo, David Gauriloff
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GUNPEHT 4 D BUSK
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The Ellsworth High School basketball team coached
by John Adamson enjoyed a inir season this current
year, winning six and loosing twelve in a stiff sche-
dule including several class WAN schools. The team
was handicapped by the lack of.experience for there
was no team the previous year because there were no
playing facilities. In the opener the home town
boys played satisfactorily but dropped a decision
to a rangy East Washingtaiteam by the score of 2l-12.
Having lost the initial tilt.the Cokers took
Belle Vernon as their victim and copped their first
win by the score of 47-20. The Ellsworth Quintet
won their next encounter from Beallsville, the score
The locals invaded Bentleyville for the first
sectional tilt but vrre subdued by the score 54-22.
The Cokers defeated the East Bethlehem team in a
thrilling last minute victory, which had the crowd
on its feet. The score was 37-36. In the next en-
counter, thc Ellsworth Quintet lost, a one-sided
game to a strong Redstone team by a score of 54-19.
East Pike Hun lost to the locals in a fast game by a
margin of 22-19. The Cokers were easily subdued by
North Belle Vernon, the score being 49-19.
Ellsworth played German Township for the first
game on its new elaborate gymnasium. The game was a
see-saw affair with German coming out as the winner
by 23-18. Ellsworth High upset a favorite Center-
ville team in a nip and tuck battle, winning by a
31-27 score. The locals went up against Bentleyvilke
in their next game and lost in the final moments.
This game was mostly a game of skillful guarding as
the score indicates. It was 19-l4.
East Bethlehem came to Ellsworth and sought re-
venge for their previous setback. They won by a
score of 40-28.
The Redstone section leaders were held to a
39-24 count by the locals in a fast game which show-
ed careful guarding and accurate shooting.
Ellsworth.received another set back at the hands
of East Pike Run in a final minute victory, the
score being 29-25. Following this Ellsworth was
defeated by a score of 59-29 in a high-scoring game
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A ast action game was played between the
sive and offensive tactics were shown.
le immergea the winne by a 37 32 score
e Ellsworth Junior Varsity coached by
Merlyn Beck and captained by Bill Evans had a
le quintet and the locals in which flash-
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up the season, the Cokers conquered Belle
fair eason. They lost 13 and won 6 games. During
the f rst half, they were among the sectional
leaders but at the beginning of the second half
they altered, for they were handicapped by the
loss f four players due to ineligibility in grades
v r we were able to complete the schedule in
Members of the team were:
ans Snyder Sirko
lak Babe Mitchell
hkarich Sankus Lipscomb
This year has been the first one for our f .
Girls Basketball team. It was a very successiul
Txe team consisted of twelve girls from the
re, Junior and Senior classes. They were
so ious over other schools but were defeated
by a eam composed of members of the faculty.
Mr. John Adamson was coach of the Girls
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The question for debate was: resolved: that
the United States should adopt an alliance with
The affirmative team was: Thomas Lloyd,first
speaker and Arco DiNardo, second speaker On the
Helen R dgers, Dorothy Frederick and Ann Bazar
The team had a successful season in interscho-
lastic ompetition with the teams in this district
which i the best in the state. Each team debated
about 2 times.
Mr. Richard Kline was the coach.
The team participated in debate tournaments at
Mnnhall Charleroi, Monessen, Bentleyville, Cum-
berland Township, Centerville, and at home.
All of the members of the team are Seniors
therefo e the future docs not loom bright.
T11 Ellsworth debating team placed fifth in
the Cox ty Tournament.
The Phys-Chem Club under the supervision of Mn
Antonio consisted of Physics and Chemistry studmns
as in the previous years. The main event of the
club N5 a science play given in Assembly. Unable
to o ta n a one-act science play, Mr. Antoniovnote
one in very short time which was excellent in
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Dice-President - Willa Lovett
Secretary - Letty McNulty
Treasurer - Hazel Hahn
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GIRIQ fs GLEE 'CLUB
The Girl's Glee Club was organised eight years
ago and is the oldest club of the school. It has
this year it was limited to 55 girls.
The Club presented their annual Christmas Candl
light Service and attended the County Music contest
held at Burgettstown. The club won third place in
Class B. Just this year the school has been placed
in the Class B section.
. Miss Eloise Bates directs the Qirl's Glee Club.
The officers for the present year are:
The dramatic Club is the newest organization in
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