Ellsworth High School - Ellsworthian Yearbook (Ellsworth, PA)

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R f . x 1 l ri iff Y Y '4 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y YTIPELE YY Y Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editors Business Managers Art Editor Typists i Mimeographers Proofreaders Class History Class Will Senior Activities Class Prophecy Popularity Contest Song Shop Class Poem Spnrts Class Play llth Grade Reporter lOth Grade Reporter ' Oth Grade Reporter Sth Grade Reporter 7th Grade Reporter .Assemblies S T A F F xxxxxxx Y Y Y Y Y Y YtY Y Y Y Bertram Affleck Alberta Kotulak John Sedlak Francis Zajac Mary Nuccetelli Pete Maczuzak Irene Sekerak Alberta Kotukak Naomi Lilley Mary Nuccetelli Bertram Affleck Bernadine Hardiman Virginia Matt zzi Diana Hufdnan Alverta Troyan Gloria Hedge Jean Elliott Dorothy Sheka Irene Sekerac Betty Dague Virginia Lloyd Nora Reed Miriam Miller Walter Maksimoff Virginia Mattozzi Shirley Harris Helen Sebro Sevilla Banks George Lipscomb August DiNardo Janis Sowers Helen Gilmore MmhHmEmn Henrietta Affleck Jaqualine Jones Dolores Homme Alberta Kotulak Mary Nuccetelli Y Y Y Y YNY Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y 1 3, B sy' -f Y Y Y Y I 1- J C l ifxbfi f la- ,, xxxxigw . xx:nxvw.1:-wkafwc-o:T:EPfLSf"x1r xfxfxm-r'4w4wkvf'irx4:' sf H01 lk Dk Pk 42 Pk lk Pi: lk 41 bf I ak fl j FK wk 1 ,,., .. 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A 3- .,H,-:wa-j gry, f ' mi,,'4.A1 , " ' ' Q W3 ,"f'sl+ff??xI.4 IEE ' 5525. - "'v!- --- . ,i 4, -' 1' Q1gi?,z'Y'i- v 5 'sd iA:,:.i1' ' .f'f' ff, - 15 . . hy-- f s:mP?:l5f -it i . , , ' TIPPLE , ,vti3f5tf sm,-Quint-S 4 s + s v v 1 v x w + m x x v x x x v v s x x x x x s x x'm x + m+x-gqsa, in ttf X ' t L 1gVff vp tri c v s i . i 3. , if ', . i vitrgiicmonr inmates r , f VAD' eww-ik ' I Diana Huffman K va3gQ E f1'i All -f tied VAA. QE5s5'7,i.. THE GHALIBNGE TO TED YOUTH OF TODAY :t'1fQd lwl' Q ,' , f fig Ladies and Gentlemen: - X : Y Hqf' oj'v v c 'fini Qjfqt : U We who are greduiting in this elwss of 1943 are facing the mosti, Wyij ng j.' 3 important problems yet faced rr env class to graduate during our xfifdfy 55" k lives. Many of these ersdustes sitting here this evening willsoon 1 vjfg get v U3 he on their Ways to the fighting fronts. Each of us will have to I g,lf35f fd ' it do Tis share in the creat world-wide wer effort. 'e want to do our Y smfy? if share, Teeuusc the Horld ve are fiyhting for toduv will be the ' -flQQ gg ' I world in which We shall live tomorrov, f Qluedff 5, ,G X ' ' ffl Qin X Graduating classes of the pnst have faced problems of local or x'5QQQj fwv, 's national significance, Our clnss'iuees protlemsof the-world es A K. ibn SLU b X whole. elreedy the airplane hgw brought thepeoples of the world 3 QAPQQ ?:j 'm" vi closer to each other, with business transactions and .ll forms of tx.7L M? 55's T"humen reletiens quite easily and conveniently c.rried en. Time 5 .,yif Qi. 'Z end'distance have been shortened in this rcyidly shrinking world. :,QF2?3 ft gg. X 'A 'ffik' 'gfo ' ,i Now, the purpose of ull our effort is to deieut an enemy in oreerf' .jgf g?Mi4 : to preserve our nav of life. With victory will come e day of : psig eye i opportunity when we een utilize practically, the tenders ind good V yfg if A X I which, although being lesser, are simultaneous vith the evils of virE'f1Q?Q 9 3 end we are the onesffhoxwilllge gaining our place in the world eSf,'lQQQ i the post-wer civilization is being built. fhnt the world is to tt ki Jig depends in 2 great measure on us, on the knowledge we gain in the f,Q if , of next fav yefrs, and on that ype of individual we become. We hast tau, :gg Q5 .x soon become velusblc workers and fighters. We must then develop V: f Q55 ffu X into valuiele thinkers as Hfll, ' g'ffZ?J ffgyg : 'C 1:3 new deoenfine on int rnition l leaders to study end in- 'i,'gEj tiff S vcstioete the nec as rv eh nrrr to be hrounht about ifter victorTo 3 .,jgQ gf '..'A 1 lx ther will plwn the peice fwichri- Togo is destined to mzke this W ,.fgj '?tfr A world , Petter plied in which to live, fT4Q from vars of h trod , ffQf ,F?" 8 and rrtcd. But it till hr uy to us to do our utmost to uid in X Jigs fgfe q'icvrr'inq out tie turns of the pence. I oemig Lff V f: ekvrfforc, We must he proper d to be intclliwrnt, informed citizeng.i ggi " if" 't-X so tiit We met choosa thost le1Cers the Villtruly represent msg tx wiQgd t Hx Demoereey, in env form, is futile ith cn uniformed population. X f Q22 ' 1.-nf it ' : We must use wisely the tools of democrncy--learn to evaluate ' if, ,fgj ,Q 'thtse 'ho seek politiewl oifiee--lexrn the operwtion of the refer- 4,' rWQ e 'vgg,endum, the recall, and the other instruments whichiwc, as ameri- .xQf .AiiAv ggi if--gvyu, een s1v- citizens possess, loo often we foolishly think that the hind eff, XQQS ggggp' rinse ce and kind or government which make our country what it'is, Vf,5Qi?Q ffjfxgufgugenemds upon semefixr-off obscure decisions or men whom we do not vlffjeysg ,5eg5gg,g viz sis-S 5 avr x x-x x x v 38 we s 4 x,x-r x x x x 5 x x x g,g 4 i-3 aegis "s' it 7 1 A ' t i . -it it f i v t ' tTE3kEgE3?55gf? i 3Qflii,ff' eff-e 2, ',, . l A 'f A V , lu l"b.ff.' f 1 s 5j'!QfFfffgi5gigg vF'W?MMWwE2mHwHiwF5y 'milf .J J 'rfaepiwtf u-" iftsmfmgwgwlaw o-1t gaeE?Wi3Qt3t??Q35??Wni6iL1sihEiiH7,Kg,f,tli- .i-i .it,v ivvt. , ,,iwgifhwfgffwgiiffkfigh'ggm?Qgf,Eg 'iii HW WW3twiVWn5wnQiWasWMWtgifeidrtRNWWEWWTQ it ' A 'ti'i JMQMMFEM -r bk l 1 lk 41 Ik X if 'Il lk lk wk Sk lk lk JK IF Pk X lk bk Pk IF HF lk ik Bk H14 Ik Pk Ik JF 'K Sk JF '31 1 1 4 1 lk Ik lk Ik Ik 1 ik wk lk Sk 'F Ik lk HK Ik if FF if BF Ik if 11 ik Dk 1 TIPPLE Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 siteriwoar ADDRTTSS W Janis Sewers 1 1 GIVT US THIS WAY AN IUSPRRATION I Theme: Uverv person who does his jot well is an insper tion to ill ' Who meet him. 1 Ladies and Gentlemen: I For three yeirs We hzve h.rn lookins forwzrd to graduation. X Alu ys it seemed gs though it would never come. Still we worked i towzrd thst diy, sxw other clissis gr dumto gnd inxiously zwiited x the time then .'.Q we would welcome friends :nd rel'tivts to our grid- X uwtion. The hour his irriv d and it is my plegsure on hrh,lf f of the Senior clxss of 1945, to 'elcome you to our vrxdurtion. 1 It is difficult to dind vords to find Words to express the 1 things we feel tod f". v. Eerh ps the b,st would h ,nlnspwr tion,the Q.i. i diction ry defines it is the powtr to stimulzte nenfs minds ind X emotions. An iwwkening. 3 It does not t ke Q crueiil period of history or major events i in 1 vorld struggle to furnish inspurstion. Some of the most help- 4 ful idexs come from the every diy happenings of life. A firmer W vho firms well, 1 teacher who tteches well, Q doctor who treats his'4 patients well, 1 cxrpenter who builds well, zny person who hwsiw x job to do 1nd QQQS it wellstimuletes in others the desires to do Y vaejgl vfhztever job is in their hends. Any persom whose life is set 5' out upon Q gcinful cfuse offers in example hy which sll may he in- spired to give 1 battfgr performance. That is something of wiich the youth of the lind griduntine iromi high school would like to hsvc more. It is true, perhxps, thit all 5 youth hes vznttd insperation since the beginningof time. It is j cvcnmor: tru, tint the youth of todwy dtsires 2 sense of viluesg X 1 sense of the true worth of life even of world sweeping events. 9 Most of us rfilized the chaos Wrought hv the vreit depression, most 3 of us fre impressed exch dey with the fact th t we ire out of school? in the most critical period of imericmn history. This greet struaslg for the renewal of the rights of men is in insperztion for everyono.4 Deep in the hz rt of every boy and girl hms the ambition to he- 2 come great. Dspoeidlly is this true ws more ind more is lewrned of 4 those immortwl n mes tjmt have heeni handed down to us with ill ' their histories of greut ind heroic cchievcments. To study the 4 noble de,ds :nd greet zdvnncements of others is to long to do some- thing equdlly is gr nd ourselves ind we are inspired with a burning ' desire for some opportunity for the displ y df heroism or strength f of chzrfcter. le -fii' 'ould ill like to immort lizt our name for future ' qencritions but when we Stop to think how we csn do it we ire np- ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 it 1 x x Y l x x 0 x 1 4 4 x x 1 3 x 'Tl . IPPLE f X X X W Y Y 1 x x x x x 1 xix x w x w x + x K x x X w x w 4 s + x 1 PQ11Cd.. We see how for short we pre of what seems necess ry to do i those things. Tverything seems to he1g.inst the cvll of vouth ,is x Rive us this diy in insperftion. 1 PF There was 1 time long :go V on 1 sm ll V nd of Pilgrims f cod cold 'nd ferr end hungzr on the shore offs strange net l nd. Their + insperwtion W s the ewuse of justice and freedom. X m g There wps 1 tinc when , nwtion struggling UD he born plmost x DCT1ShLd it Villey Forge. There wma x time when brother fought x bTOthUT in Civil StTifG. It must hvve Teen , faint cull th,t youth Y could mvke for an insper,tion thxt d.y. K x Eut, these times pissed xnd s will this one in which we new Y x Hrvduate from school, America will eg in know ' diy when boys ind Rirls can love ind mirry eei. nd not be torn v pprtg when mothers ein 1 tuck their childrtn into bed vithout n 'nxious look to the sky 1 When Big Americw till not only be the lxnd Wu love but a lznd of K richer promise thxn men his ever hnovn, In this there is in insper-' ation ior teddy. x 1 Litter of fpct Amerie: is the neirest :pproieh tea perfect 4 democrwcy which hes everbeen achieved. Here every min ein szy i what he believes and writes Mint he believes, He miy expect justicci under l'ws which gn rintee himt he rights to life, liberty ind th: 1 pursuit of hwppiness. He muy choose the vocation he Wishes and enter intoi,hnt field knowing his success depends in lprre mewsure upon + his ovn vbility und application, X HF No one contends thit ours is 1 perfect dcmoer ey. In ye rs to x follow this wir it must be mnde ne rzrte perfection ind nitionxl K houndiries must 'e erased in the wpplicetion of this principle, 1 This is our inspiration, in this t ore is cn insper tionworthy of 1 all of 111 men of ill wges to mxke the world 1 cooporztive unit of 1 peice ind undnrstnnding, ' Y HF lk 104 lk HF lk JF if IK IF IF HF IF IF ik 'F Ik 1KPk1k1kHlf1k4f1klF1F1r42Y-JF3ff2FlKHkPFHH2FHFPFPFWLAlklv-ftlkiikilffli FF x9 1, , .1. V ,.., -A , In , , J :J '.-- ,A X'-e.v,-T kj-,K fwrwq .f-My it ey ,f..v!?q fgwggmfz-rival.-gfvM I x x x i x x lk F It K sxssxxxxxsxx+xxm?wxwesxxsxxxxws+x . THE CLASS HISTORY OF '45 SEPTEMBER l959 95 students entered Ellsworth High School os a body of NFresh Froshn. On the whole they found their most interesting subjects to bo Home Economics :nd Shop. The Home Ee girls had the distinct honor of serving the Ellsworth School Boardg fortunately no one spilled hot coffee down some one else's back. The Freshmen girls were kept quite busy with their 36-hour projects and new it can be told that the average person spent about lO hours work and the rest Wes purely imagination The girls hed e Freshmen bssketbgll teim which wxs very unsuccessful. They lost every gems they played but in the pa four yeirs they have improved greatly. QQ! EQ, lggg The first financial enterprise of the Frcshm S G year was1,he check room et the Junior Prom. They collected the enormous sum of 36.64 . T Romances flourished throughoum the Freshmen year but the most outstanding was romance. There seems to be 1 possibility of history repeetin itself for-me letter. TIME MARCHES ON the great BANKS-ANGOTTI and the SEDLAK-SEKERAK F SEPTEMBER 1940 This some body entered Ellsworth High School new es Sophomores - bolder and more confident. They also had the pleasure of bullying the incoming nFreshies.n The Sophomores exercised the right of e Democracy this year They elected their class officers. Soon there was a change in A ., vkvkxifxvhxfiiivkafwkarvxxwrvkfwv:xvlcaivifvziwzviawkflixxcvr ., . ' V, , f 'fafinegi -,injw ii- il :smut plw' lk ' . Q 1 5, 1. ' :.,f 1g,.,.w f ,:.1. L N 1 -exwf gg ,M JM. Q' Q 12,52 ' 6 ng. 91: g,:- -,g - ,fm .--g. 'iygl -1 ' ' --we-1 " ng- V+ . ' V 4 1 "' -A -2 Pk Uk Bk lk if HF Sk Pk 14 ik Sk 'F HK Ik Sk wk Pk wk Sk PF if Pk Sk lk Sk Sk if ik PF HK HF HK PF IF sk wk rk if 954 bk lk Sk wk HF IF uf: Sk H14 if Sli ik q lk as 'L ,. f v ,I :Qc ak gk Ik if Ur TIPPLE 'gi'-T 52221--xxfsxva-swafk.-M vrwA4:i-:e1ws21QfaQ.1 a11s2if2:1a-me me-akfkvrtvkvkv the tide - from a Democracy the Sophomoree were under the rule T , of a dictator. This wcs brought about bv Ed Adamson giving up ? his position es President duo to illness and Stenlev Senkus i, decided he hed enough book leorning so ho quit school. Immedii i' ly iftor this Pete Maczuzak become the potential Hitler. A OCTOBER QQ, l2gQ Tho first event of the Sophomore year was toe Sophomore Hellowe'en Party. Brom this event they made e nofit iittie em of :5p2o.9o. The students became better iequzinted with each other this yenrg they discovered in inhumeniterinn trait in Gloria Hedge when she boiled o cet for e biologv project. The dark clouds of wer were hovering over heed and the Sophomore Home Dc Deportment showed their patriotism early by I 6 sewing- for the Refi Cross - Bundles for Britain. ', As in previous iesr romances eontinuoo to blossom. The NEVfd-TOfBI-TORGGTTBQ niriom gnd Dave: end Janis und Bill get their st rt in the sophomore yefr, EEPTTMBBR lggl It wesn't lone ago when these girls were wearing pigtoils and the boys short pants but now they entered high school as Juniors. The Junior your was filled with many events, They chose red end white as the class colors - carnations as the class flower gnd the motto was nNot et the top but climbing.U IQVUMBEX llj lQ4l The Junior Class hed e roller skating piety at we weeninmon Holler mink. Resulting from this 314 was adder' to their Tre'-surv. 1 vtik 2242v2.4ir1fi42i1fi-vfrfila1.-222:-Pr-APkfsvtxvs+:..1rsrKHs1lfvk+a:1lf4124wt1 M 4 V 3 y Q 2 X x-s sl.' p , ,t.,1..',' ' x ,f-. Y. if., i-..- ,' ' .M , ,r, i 'ri'-f 4 ,fffgyr - .E l 1' Ax s ! fy -' - -V f- . - . f , . V v. if 9 i f E? eff ' '. ' gif, 'w ':qa',1"Y'i" if t:1,'5'f ',. L 'll 4-1 ' J ' ' ' - - P- ff' -- '- N -- ' L J- -f I..r -ky' J' ' gr 'a 12144 1 1 X x vkvk x-4 a X J . gg i X the class made the best of x x x x x x 1 1 IF .1 TIP? IFN Y ftgr V11t1HU IOT two lmng JOQLS tb Junxors 11m 11' sulkctod tdlll cl ss r1nps. 11f c sa mom11rQ Q bf1lCf untll L1 J OA .J J 1CPO1VOd t Lmllupf ff UuHlOf 91 1 7 sfk 111 F' C 1 1f'fT1 'ww 1 rxb o'VCL 1 i. 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W. 4 A. .J OCTOBER 1942 During th S lx11OWT1 'S of Dlgnifl this your it. is month th noirhborho Tora made 1I4X15fQfF2i4HI4f24vhvKvfN1hHFfi-+191wffrvxvkmvkiftifvkfhilifvkkk r ot my ' mttendmo and ' - LH, 1e1v l'ows wnich were H n tg 12 :no .la Prom thlv onto QT1S0 tio SCP by Q18 7? the Junlor cl SG 11st Veer od SGHlOTS duo to the proscnt war but Q ambitious Seniors were od selling mar zines. to hfve two Spwfhetti ,k x wk 1 Ik lk wk IK Jk Ik wk wk JF if Y V , 15 44:2 XJR :kri- F 5 ii? .,q '.:"'.3l1.? 'f'Tf'fWf f' "'P1"""'f'?": Wf'fF'f ff 4 A ' ,r , .- , :Q ,I . , . V f 4, U A A ax, 2 t I I A ,.4,.7-.va ",",-V .NXXQ I 1 ' x 1 ' LE "' 9 'F' it 'F 221 fi- X X4 wr waz :Q Pi ' 2 f.- nl il 13 21- vb P51 ak Ik X Z1 FK Hi wk 24 :y x E V - x K 1' 1 5,7 ' L A " Q E V .M '10 .'- f'.a 15 2 1 A. 1 1 , , x X 75" a J - NIJ 11r: 11 . 'adj tvs t.'?d 51 ly 59 x w . x X tTH3fTO't 'NHG' 2 "' Twwv 'f,-' ' hem. 1 wk . x PF UART! 17' , 1 J-.Z 1' . ' fr 4 L' P' 71. , rcvq H111 1 'ss .L t 321. 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If tncy nm e never done any makeup 5 gll 1 x f , if Dk if- 222 2.. rs 1 ff- IF 14 P71 if is 1 '- if Pk if P vs R vs as at nc sv up at V X , . ff- X buppors but duo to the T3tlOHlHT thelr worrlcs wore decreased: i X . 3 X '.:r olilgf "ed Crt.. L? X X is ' -q -rj To r' I' 1 'I ' F' , 4. 1 ,F ., 1,. Lv , rl fl ' I' , ,L f S 3 L ,L ....-.-i- - u---- Q' , W gf ll X 1 ' r,l, T -V 'sul IQ - L Q t. 1' ' I f ' 5 u 3 Q 1, -f .L . 1, fx, ' b S 1,, .H lg F 1 , , , fl, X Di. ,V ', 4. Q 1 st ,L - n ' All-1:-11401 no-n- u-s-Q-i 59 ,,. , . . . , f 1- ' 1'-M w-g El 1 s u 1 ' K sf in xl w hc, ' x C ' ' " J I 9 .v - b ,gg gf it A Ruff 1, the an 1 t . 2 1 x ,t . 1 , Q, X Jli 9, , o H ' t Cn 1 Q s 5 W .LL .T bil' V I 35' E , 3 K, ?: so E, 1, Z 25 a, k' , lg -is , ,L I if: -, JF: .gf :A. L n. L 1: . si, '. , E .5 xi' -ii 5 .1 55 , , ff, fe r ci t 'ig is, L' .., . ,X ... , A 'JI I. 11: .-, - if fx' .- if 1? V., . Vg 5.1. .Q 53.51 '. H . , 1, 7, X 'F , , , . . X work ocfore, tncy cert lnlv mede up ior lt after their llttle 1 csca Udo of truancy. x DF ,, . , , , x MARCH gg, l9Q6 Duo to tne great succoss or tue play the x , . Scnlofs dGC1dGd to celebrate. A small party was H1V9U at tne Elks Club in Charloroi. Those thlt attended ate bowled danced 314 9 Y x , , , - X and lndulged 1U other sorts of amusement. Unexpocteoly a black- '14 . . , . X out occurred but novcrtnelcss lt was cneerfully welcomed, 1 . , . H X Due to the war tnorc hLsn't boon much time mor romsnces but x W , ,. . , X nevertheless rhdcllnu H1111SmS was iortunste enounh to TGCGlV6 if . Y a dlnmond. x 1 . .L , . . . it . A , Eor the Senlors the GXClbCmOHt 15 over wltn use excentlon oz ,K 1 X 1 . 'a - -, . . 1 Commencement ond the bcnlor 5nll wnlcn ire to come 1D tne near x x x future. 1 EKY El, l945 The Svwiors soy farewell to the lower clnssmen x , . X and the lgculty on their last group sssembly appearance. X . Ik P14?i441vhvi4fePkvs2wmvFa1x1l4fFvk:1-'n-wwvfrwifftivk !kvb-:kvkXvi'.w-rk + ,F f 7: . 3 f , . - , , , 24, '.'.. 6 x M MQ, i a:Q,9,,d? ,W Hr I k ?'2'b":' -" , 7 4 , .,. ,, .r gm f TIPPLE Jkzfvfial ,1'.n3+.J1:Vi:K:Qam,npyrhszgaagi.pgaQcg3.a4t:iNaf:aQ.1rj,:g:sy,:Qc CLASS !nOrHEClLS Upon delving into the mysterious future world we found what no one else knows--the destination which esch one of the Seniors shell attain. And now l shall impart the information we found to you. Our honorable president, John Sedlek we found will be en Admiral of the U. S. Navy Vxll.lJlf:JdiM?l:?1lf'GE1H of RGA'v'E's on board for every trip. EQrngdineMQgrshmQn was found as the ideel business woman of the year in l95O. Betty Rogue will.hold the title of 'Bald-heeded Business Men's Knee sitterd--she'll be secretary to e millionaire. Mrs. Bill Hess.--fthet's Janis Qovfcrs, in you didnft knoul was found busily decorating the White nouso and won- dering how lens the doosevclts will reside there, Joe Ross - we found mekinn e decided change from khaki to block--thc proprietor of HJoe's Gumbline Jointn. We then speed on Gust Diherdo as e bench comber xt Lake Lynn wftchine the been ies no 3. Gloria Hedge by the year 1950 has become the successor to lsdeme Uurie--amid test tubes in n lob. Erences Eulton end Frances noberts, who are ilniys to- gether on everything, were seen es sneels of mercy until Young, handsome, and rich pitionts vere round. Upon snooping Lurther we found Alex Bonnzzoli as on owner of 3 depertmcnt store, smoking e cigar, with his feet on Q large walnut desk, and ordering everyone around. .Ono department of Alex's store will be ---- -----uudhit the Well- dressed Wolf will Wceru. Tom Guzicg Wes found Einstcin's able assistant end on the sideline--leter Lorre's stand-in. George Lipscomb will still sport khaki but as 3 mejor and no loss. And we cun't forgot that there will else be 3 Ars. Mejor. QQ Adamson will not only yttein the positions of his brothers but he will outdo them. no will be Superintendent of Washington County Schools. vf+wa-fklrxiviLvOflr2F41vkx1:4:frg4,w,,:,.:q:gQqqggxgxgxx xi x 1 ilk I x L x O PFPF XJR VFX W-if TIPPLE .1Aerrata-ar.21412.-Ikvsvkvri-vr.vrXwr1afvk+qIf-X25-JF'Il+"' Ted Pajac by l95O will have become a mechanic at the Glenn I. martin plant with hopes of someday takina over the place. Miriam Miller-will model hats in Saks, Fifth Avenue, New York. 'Tn spring and summer--a farmerette in blue jeans and sun hat at her farm in Scenery Hill. But in time Ashe'll be a Mrs. Diana Huffman was found as a college araduate, married, and'Eeepinw her home in an intelligent manner. 3gt. Ted Steckley we found still in the army as a foot- ball advisor--No more tipple work for him. Julia Puskarich and Irene Ambrose who have been life- long friends will add a new one to their friendship--the will become assistants to mosie the Riveter. Patriotism is their goal. Y 1 Our friend Dave Gauriloff will be a proud papa of four Gaby boys who salute Him as Captain. 'Handsome Babe D'Orazic will be found in Europe as a diplomat from United states--lest in world affairs. : Ehirley Harris will be on the radio challenging Gracie allen and Vera Uague for the position of screwball No. 1. 29m Lowther will be Johnny Zero plus for the duration and aiter--newspaper magnate controllinz public opinion. Sevilla Banks will spend some time in court. She'll be sued for Eigamy because she couldn't make up her mind. .Vivian Adams according to her Hsweetheart service pinu N111 Ee Keeping house. Vivian, if you use Ivory Soap you won't get dishpan hands. Pete Lhozuzak--In your 1956 issues of Hhsquire Magazineu concocted by none rete. YOU 5Oys, those pretty drawings were other than our talented young artist, Erancis Zajac - Now we know why the Axis gave up so Quickly after 1945, for we see HSuzie Glme PGSSGS, now we see Suzie working again in the Central arage. George Sirko--WWill the defendant take the stand?U George will be hearing this quite often ae he defends his clients on criminal cases. xxx?xakakzbx,F,K-.,k,i,,K44sQ::l:kapgg:2+Jk5FPFFF7kY3F7F3k in the Army Air Corpsn 44 li- 9 1 X w lk 21- 5 4 SF Pi 'File X l K 1 Ii! ilk fl-It-Pr ilk TIPPLE 4-w2XfrQ4fvr-1..tvs-fsveaeifavw-mxdixaevfwevr-mewrvtvrdelt- Eertram Affleck - HSound your 'do'H If you can ever bear to sit in on an onera, you may hear Bert sound his Udou. Nora Heed - We find Nora flitting from one job to another and finally she'll find a man to keep her at home. It looks like Alverta Tre an heading for that office. It is, and she has that h:UO shine on her nose too. We see Irene Sekerak in Detroit and she has a good job too, she seems to be playing secretary to Henry Ford. See what the practice in the office did for her. ' WA good job with good pay is all I ask.N is what Naomi Lille! said a couple of years ago. New we see her typing serip for Bob Hone in a radio station script room. It's a well known fact that Pauline Kurnik likes children tterefore, we see her watching over the cute, gureling babies in a Hospital. nTake a letter.H And Virginia Mattozzi flips a few pages, and gets out a neatly sharpened pencil and whizes away at 129 words a minute, Boy, has she taken Cleveland by storm. Lhdeline Williams - Don't cross your bridges before you build them, seemed to be a motto of Madeline's, well now we see her working for the American Bridge Co. in Pittsburgh. ' We see'Eelen Sebro industriously working on the assembly line makinc bombs planes ior some man to fly. We wonder if the man has anything to do with it or is it just beine patriotic? Alberta Kotulak - She used to like school. Well it seems that she still does because we see her in one of our lead- ing business schools teaching in the commercial department. H Yir inia Llc d - ln yourltravels, you Seniors, when you stop over at a hotel you d better inquire just who is dietician. Why? Because ll? arsenic is poison, and C29 Virginia is going to be a dietician. But two and two to- eetler and what do you got? Flowers and a funeral service. Dorothy Paraska - This cute ibut quiet? blond we found enter ainine Quests in her charming apartment in New York where she works in Dr. Pink Eill's of ice. X141Xiivklklkiklklkiklkl.-+Ptkliliillifeiibiiliiflivbiitiiifllfviilll 'FFF 9 x IFJ? 'SY 4 W ilk x x 1 'F y TIPPLE y 2k2FX'FP1-4-f-,Fifi-llkfkvt-1F'r1FHFPI4PF2FFFP14WHPf-P44HK2K'F4-11-'Ffi-P+-P!' i SENIOR POPULARITY CONTDST I Host Handsome Boy - John Sedlak X Prettiest Girl - Janis Sewers X Boy with best Personality - John Sedlek, Edwin Adamson ',, Girl with best Personality - Janis Sewers X Most popular boy - John Sedlak x Most Popular girl - Janis Sewers 1 Neetest girl - Betty Degue ,F Neatest boy - August DiNardo x Most mennerly boy - Francis Aejac Host nennerly girl- frences Roberts I Best dressed boy - Edwin Adamson X Best dressed girl - Betty Dsgue Y Most humerous girl - Dorothy Seeks X Most humorous boy - Bert Affleck, Floyd Dorazio X Most beshful girl- Jean Elliot y Most bashful boy - Tom Guzick x Most intelligent girl - Janis Sewers X Most intelligent boy - Pete lhczuzek x Peppiest girl - Dorothy Sneka X Peppiest boy - Bert Affleck X Quietest pirl - Jean Elliot X Quietest boy - Tom Guzick X Most friendly girl - Janis Sewers x Most friendly boy - Bert Affleck . Noisiest girl - Dorothy Sheka "i Boisiest boy - George irho x fest tempermental girl -WBetty Dague i most xempermental boy - led Steckley u X Girl with prettiest hair - very Nuccetelli, Shirley Harris M Boy with prettiest hair - Edwin Adamson X Girl most likely to succeed - Janis Sewers X Boy most likely to succeed - Pete Lhczuzak X Best Girl dancer - iiriam liller f Best toy dancer - John Sedlak I Best eirl speaker - Gloria ledge X Best boy speaker - Bert Affleck 1 Class comedian - Floyd Dorezio X Class comedienne - Dorothy Sheke X Best girl giggler - Shirley Harris X Best hey gigeler - Tom Lowther X Best girl musician - Erances noberts .K Best boy musieien - George Sirko X Best sirl athlete - Dorothy Sheka X Best boy athlete - George Lipscomb X Best oirl vocalist - Mary Nuccetelli X Best boy Vocalist - Bert Affleck 4 Most dependable girl - Janis Sewers I Most dependable boy - Pete heczuzek Host versatile girl - Janis Sewers X Most versatile boy - Pete Uaczuzek Blix..1+-H-x-ass:.sfra-f+mxsa-xs::-isafmvfs.w.vzfx:x:sa1sa,+ 1 PF ,.-o-11 J ,,, ..u..-.vu 'f TIPPLE W R-Ze1.-i-154k-Irlber-P'FPilPF2r4vrw,.',.-:,444p5,4,,.,,,q,,F,P,'4,r,r- xiii P0- PY- Clase viii 1 'e the beriors of l94Z, of the Ellsworth Aish school, being I oi sound mind and memory, do mnhe,publish, and declare this to 4 be our last will and testament, in manner and form as fellows: 4 'e bequeath to the honorable faculty and adminstretion our 4 respect and vretitude for their efforts and advice during our 4 years in high school. 4 To the Qenior Class of 1943-44 we will our title of HDigni- 4 fied Seniors and bestew upon them our wishes for en honorable 4 and sueseesful f.ot Senior vear. 4 To the Junior Calss of 1943-44 we leave the title of the 4 noisiest eiess in the school. 4 To the sophomore Class of l943-44 we leave the care of the 4 oneem'ne Lreshuen. 4 io the Ereshman Clase of l945-44 We bequeath tie right to 4 be just so green as the name implies and hope that they will 4 be happy in their four yeer's at Ellsworth High School. 4 individually we Tequeeth the following: 4 mqqylguggetglli leaves her giggles to Ruth Petroff. 4 Erjfvwiggg bequeaths her dancing 21bl1ltf7'XtO Dorothy 4 .k:1fe'of'aer', 4 Qqi QQQQLLI bequeaths to Donald nershmnn the ri ht to be . 4 iuL: every morning. 4 B,tgQiQqgue leaves her tempersmentalness to Helen stench. 4 ELQ:.r'Q-,itll wills to Wood his right to hound 4 Lmezjote vith a new joke. 4 Doro.bg 5heLe wills her ability to creek gum louder than anyw EneWdf?e'tf Theresa Seheatzle . x 'e leave to LeWunde McCracken the right to thinh of Jack 4 Fenner, 4 Borg Reed bequeaths her figure to Lhry Skerye. 4 Tlfp Qiugi-gig leaves his physique to Hurry Peterson. 4 Qaeeleic leaves his title of "Wolf of the Class" to Bill 4 Laker. 4 Ed Qdggsgn wills his good looks to Paul LbAlister. 4 will to Ruth Hildebrand the right to strut through the 4 fl J. 1 ' V - LN at grsnqgs-gultgn leaves her pretty hair to Doris ihomas. 4 2375933 Roberts bequeeths 'her quietness to Annie Rush. 4 Egiirhg Egngs bequeeths her streamlined figure to Edith 4 1vJCll"l7, gg We will to Phyllis Sewers the right to knew and publish 4 everyone elsc's business. 4 AlverjQ,?rg1gn leaves her tallness to Nick Nueeetelli. 4 light- :1.r'g,5y-glee wills hor noisiness to Margaret Dorlco and 4 rntty Raose, gee goes bequenths his curly heir to Sem Silver. 4 Qeerge Lipscomb-wills his football ability to Jack Booth. 4 ' 4 YPFNHPY-Zell-It--14" if-P1-bm-.4 :L 2,-444. 4:-g44,,,,,,,+:,,,gg.zf Q4 P1 G14 Ik X l x + 6 O x x x 4 x + Ak. x X BK J- 131 ny' 2 3 up 1' Q31 JK 'f- X Pix 'K -1 We PT- 3 Xi JF ,F is ak :Qt x . , l, ,L 1 lv- LG us " X into whit and whore we Know not but uct L e ' x I C N I . 7?- nd Your Class Historian SiVDS Gil lor tn' dur't1On' s PF Written by X .H K Diane Huffman X . x nlverte Troyen X x tLAS5 IROIUWCiUS Coont,3 : x Lhrt Nuccetelli is using all her charms in front of at 1 popular mafazine photographer. Yes, that's right. Che S k e model. Pk Betty Fulton - milking cows and mowing hay is what we t PF ak founi Betty Bird at workfat. UO, she doesn't like it any f better than the next one. l FF Signed Virginia Lloyd 5 Betty Daeue Y x x x Class will Ccont.5 x x UBabeH Dorezio leaves his studiousness to Arthur Damiani. + Diego hujfggn bequesths her I.Q. to Therese Forte. + Etrngging Qgrshmsn loaves her friedlincss to Elsie Fantino1.+ feuline gurnik leaves her svoirdupois to Helen Gilmore. X Miring Qgller wills her big blue eyes to Erances Begansky. Y Uenis jgyers boquoeths hor hearty to Josephine Msrshelek. 1 igg Qglgg leaves his sleek dark hair to John Moglcs. K Alberta Zpinlag leaves her wsrbling to Josephine Aerashofi, + Virginia LLovs bcquoeths her Irish temper to Doreen McArd1e.f We leave to Cynthia Piemond the right to go with Joe Groncy,,f Naomi Lillev hequosths to Stella Flex the privelege of flirtw ing with ev ry boy she sees. X Shirlc' Harris leaves her lovely curls to Sally Whigltman. W elen S boqucsths her wittiness to Florence Crow. 1 Gustv .ihardo loaves his good neturednoss to Ssvino Vesco. 1 rrsnces Zejac loaves his good manners to Frank Campbell. 1 hd Milbf le vcs his height to Albert Eedance. X Klux Bonezzoli wills his ability for getting around with the t girls to E-ul Taker. x Madeline Williams loaves her ready smile to Lctitia BedomilO.+ 1344+443:p4:1tp,.ag::,,44g.2g-:Q-PO-Ile!-PrFI'-Itfflffllvtivllfllvllltkfifil if I-if I L x x 9 1 x + x 1 5 w 1 3 'www X H 164 + l x.- W ,xii I TIPPLE t :.- J :wlwtvife h-11 'L :-ff A01-'40 12-f. 4-1. 1i-v1s1.2fLvvf-z2a- 2asw'a1a-:.viv14,--2Lsf.- 1:-1. A-'ravi-wwf: fP11x+ 21- ,v1i1:,vk2+vr -1 W1 as 1 Best eonversationalist - Janis Sewers 1 w Boy with the prettiest eyes - Edward Milby X X girl with the prettiest eyes - franges Eulton K X lallest boy - John Sedlek X . ,F Tallest girl - Alverte Troyan ,B x Shortest girl - Naomi Lilley X X Shortest boy - Ted Qajee X X Best actor - Pete Maczuzak X x Best actress - Gloria hedge X Pr- Pk If 'F x Favorite subject - P. O. D,, X A Favorite spectator sport - Eootbell t Q Favorite sport - Basketball r X gevorite orchestra - Harry James X X rrvorite hbgezine - Life n v X X Favorite film star - Bette Davis John Payne X A Qevorite dedio star- Bob Hope X X bavorite song - as Time Gees B5 3 X Best year in school - benior x 1 Class Will Ccont.J I i George Sirko bequeeths his title of the noiseist person in thot X eIess to Shirley Fleming end Pauline Geuriloff. f X Virginia Mattozzi leaves her smooth disposition to Mildred I KBTEIEET X We leave to Doris and Vilme Megles the right to go on keeping X fl everyone bei'flc.d es to which one is which. X Walter Maksimoff wills his importance to Bob Corey. X Dorothy Eereske bequeeths her blonde heir to Irene Erdely. X Pete nqegpzec leaves his musical talent to Flora DiNnrdo. T A Dave Geuriloif leaves his dancing ability to Al Perchinsky. 1 X Betty?Fulton leeves her goodndtured disposition to Valentine X 5ma's:y. I Julie Puskerieh leaves her long brunette locks to Done Cekovich X Gloria e re eaves her long fingerneils to Ann Lebetz. l x Vivien Idems leaves her slimness to Angelo DeSimone. I X iom Eowther leives his devilishness to the whole Junior Cless.4 N Jean Elliott leaves her height to Diene Hoslich. x, In witness whereof, we the Seniors above named, have hereunto X QI Isubscribed our names end affixed our seal this twenthieth dey of I gkhy in the year of Our Lord, one thousxnd nine hundred and forty X kthree. ' X Signed, sealed published and declared bv the above named Seniof Wcless to be their lest will and testament in the presence of us, who ,have hereunto subscribed our names et their request es witnesses A mthereunto in the presence of said Seniors end each other 1 W Gloria Hedge F 44+ PFW' +fr-wwra-2-v.4w-avr-'sw-r.vsz4z,weww-we-ffwax-714:-vnvw!--2.-aw-rmsrzgggugxgigfgigljwrwf+vr1-i.1pppfMr:pg.,,,Mer r lk ,eg v-4 it ,F Vivid-+ It 4 TIPPLE , ' ut, Nh :F ' :X " L-. L Af. ' ' .1 S' ' ' 3" gig V SENIOR ACTIVITIES Jean Elliot - HGingerU Class treasurer 53 Ticket committee 5gfJunier Play? Usher, Senior Playg Spaghetti Supper committee, 4g Senior Ball committee 4g Tri-Hi-Y 5,4, ., ., A . wwf "" we ,fa . .. PK HK 1 PF lk'-Xia-'f':r-xr.-Pr Hs.+.fsivr-Pk 1F+'1+xvk-vkifws was wk C I Ik 4 2 F x s Diana Huffman - HHuffyU . Checkreom lg Glee Club l,2g Tri-Hi-Y 2,5,CsecretaryDg Art Club lg Scholastic Banner l,2,5,4g Hallowe'en Party Program Committee 23 Junior Prom Ticket Committeeg Senior Play: Cheerleader l,2giDebate l,2g Spaghetti Supper Committee 4. Shirley Harris - nShirtsH Senior Playg Spaghetti Supper Committee 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. Janis Sewers - - Debate 2: Hal1owe'en Party Program Committee 2g Tri-Hi-Y ' S,4g Cheerleader 5,4g Junior Play: Junior Prom Decorating Committeeg Forensic 5,43 Assistant Director of Senior Playg Senior Dall Committees Vivian Adams - Uvivn ' Hallowe'cn Party Decorating Committee 2g Glec Club lg Junior Prom Decorating Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 2,Z,4: Spaghetti Supper Committee 4g Usher, Senior Play. Virginia Lloyd - HGinnyH ' Cheerleader l,2g Cleo Club l,2,5,4g Debate lg Art Club l,2 HalloWe'en Party Decorating and Program Committee 2: Scholastic Banner 5,43 Advertising Committee, Junior Prom: Tri-Hi-Y 2,S,4g Band 2,S,45 Property Chairman, Senior Play. Dorothy Sheka - WShekn Checkreom lg Hallowe'en Party Entertainment Committee 2g yTri-HieY Eg Cheerleader 5,43 Junior Prom Commiteeg Spaghetti Supper Committee 43 Usher, Senior Play. Irene Ambrose - NIH Hallowe'en Party Entertainment Committee 23 Junior Prom Committee: Usher, Senior Play. 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'fi ' if f v n -' fy Alberta kotulakl- 'Al . . ,e gi I Junior Class See't Treasurerg Assistant Director of DGU10T 5 W it Playg Art Club l,2g Forensic 5,43 GlGG.C1l1b 11g,514'1. ht 5 'i President of Commercial Club 4g Dramatic 1.22, 35519.13 rf f X Service l,2,5,4g Hallowe'en Party Ticket Committee 3. g T PE , ll X Associate Editor of Scholastic Banner 4? 3P3gh9t?1 HPQG :EF H 1 Advertising Committee, Year Book 4g Musical festival 5. jig T. . A' Helen Sebro - " Sebro" I u Q A . it X 1 Dramatic Club l,2g Junior Playg Senior Play: Commercial ,ag R- Club 4: ,if 5. P Nora Reed - HJOH ' . E5 fe- 'F Scholastic Banner 5, Commercial Club 45 G3-9? C3-ubfgaf I Z Senior Play Costume'Committeeg Junior Play h5VGTt1S1n? 4jg J ommitteeg 'QQ 'V' 'I Y Madeline Williams - HBobbyH X . S. . if 1 Glee Club lg Senior Play, Usherg Junior Prom Decorating Q? Y Committeeg Qi V qu 1 iii 'F George Sirlio I., 1 Band 2,5,4g Senior Play curtain puller: JU-11201' Profil 3,1552 H ', 1 Decorating Committee, Musical festival 5: M1m90ET3Qh9T: if ' + Business Manager of Scholastic Banner. W . , 4: V 3, . gi Y FrancisZZajac - uSusicu ci 'Y Senior Play, light sg Eorensi c 5 . dig: t ' ha. J 1 Pete Maczuzak - nMacH , P 1 Senior Play, Leadg Advertising Committee And Decorating Q 1 Committee in the Following: Senior Ball, Senior Play, 1 Junior Prom Junior Play, Spaghetti DUPPGTQ JU-1f110I' may .55 1 Scholastic Sanncr 2,5,4g Junior Class President: S9H10T gd ij 1 Class Vice Presidentg Freshman Class President: ATT? Club 5 yjl, 1 Basketball 5,4. y .Lyff N at 'ni b Q 1 Mary Nuccetelli - nNuccU ' , , ,ff xi 1 Glee Club l,2,5g Usher, Senior Play: Junior Prom Ticket Q3 Eff 1 Committee g Junior Hefreshmcnt Committee 7 131151110 SS M-'1f19-891' wi 1 of Senior Annual. s 'QE ' C 1 1. 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' 1 4 in '-.f w n . , Q 'T-A 'fe tg' , TTl'5l -'2- f 5,4g Lend 45 Senior Play Lhhe-up Committeeg 3 ,wi Lp' J Spaghetti Supper Committee 4. P ivfm I 1 eq . 4 1 A ar 4' 'f C '94 ' 4' ., , if: , HL 1. .f,,,. , f ?Q" 1, ?Glorie Hedge - UHedpoH4 4 Q Vtfig Q5 ,J 'Glee-Club 1,2457 Debate 2,53 Forensics 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 55 fx .xiii ge Junior from Ticket Ccmmitteeg Lead in Senior Pla g J + .f,QQf m, 1 4 ,w,H 5nf4 x Scholastic Benner 5,43 Spaghetti Supper Committee. x f.1giV Av T' it 3k . A 4 iff. 4. 5' Themes Lowther - ulommyn ' + inf? I. 15 f - :"'ri.' ggi , x Junior'Pley . 1 Qggg 2' Y 'wk 'z: ' . yy-1 . gy :F V N 1 we - Walter Mehsimoff - Min i A wwe: A '4 ak ,H,,1e W.. 7 . Sophomore Hellewe'en Party Program Committeeg Junior Prom' 4 . 1.egc lf? 2- 'lf Eg. 1 Deioreting Ccmnitteeg Senior Play Stage Manager: Aided 1 iiei Eff 4 W with Speghetti Supper. , e K Qi? get 3 Joe Ross H 'Zocmvn 1 j .fji L 4 1 Junior Prem Decorating Committeeg Senior Play Stage Managerg i JVQT 44 4 HeLiowe'en Party Program Committee 2g Aided With Spaghetti , ,gf o . rw, ' , if . U H C if I ,. g" Floyd Dorezio - Bebe . 'egg V gr gl: 4 44 ge. Hellowe'en Party Program Committee 23 Senior Pleyg Spaghetti fee Sf , I Supner Committee. :4 QQQEH "' Themes Guzik - "Cuze" ggg Y Hellowe'en Party Program Committceg Junior Play Ticket i JTFQEQN wwf W 1 eff my. . Comnitteeg Junior Prom Ticket Committeeg Helped operate time ,. , ak .?. 1, 1 'gv, Y lights for Senior Pley, ' e+Hig . 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Y Theodore Stechley - umacn t X Besketbell 2,4g Football 2,5,4g Junior Prom Decorating 1, Y Committeeg Junior Pleyg Prop committee, Senior Play. 1 ll 1 John Sedlek - WKongU Big G W Wolfn Gunner 1 Basketball l,2,Sg Football 2,5g,Hollowe5en Party Decorating t Committee 2g Spaghetti Supper Chief Advisorg Senior Play + grip gommitteeg Forensic 2g Senior Class Preeidentg Senior 1 a 1 ommittee. 1 f1 Edwin Adamson - NSpeedH o 1 Basketball 1,23 Sophomore Glass President, Ha1lowe'en Party 4 Committee 25 Junior Prom Decorating Committee: Senior Pleyg 1 Speech Zg Football Manager 1,23 1 1 August DiNerdo - nGustyH- X 1 Football Manager 2,53 Basketball 5,45 Decorating Uommittee, X Junior Promg Lights, Senior Play. 1 1 George Lipscomb - nPeteU , x Basketball 2,5,4g Footbell 5,43 Newspaper 4g Senior Play t Stage Hand:-Junior Prom Committee. 1 . . ' Q Y Naomi Lilley A X Forensic 5 Scholastic Banner Typist 4: Senior Pleyg i gunior from Decorating Committceg Hellowe en Party ,Y iicket Committee 2g Glec Club 1,25 Commercial Club 4g t Dramatic Club 1,23 Candlelight Service 1,23 1 1 Alvcrte Troyen - UBirdieH M ., Junior Pleyg Senior Pley Costumes Uommitteeg Commercial Y Club 43 Senior Clmss Sec't Treesurerg Senior Bell Committee 2, Spaghetti Supper' Committceg Checkroom 13 1 . C i Dorothy Peraska - Huottyn 1 x Junior Prom Decoreting Committeeg H1llowe'en Party , Refreshment Committee 25 Dramatic Club lg Usher, Senior Y pleyg Junior Class Vice President.' 3? x 1 Y Y Bertram Arflegk - HBcrtn 4 Debeteg forensiog Scholastic Bonner Editor 43 Junior Prom 1 Decorating Committecg Senior Pleyg Junior Play: Minstrel Z5 i lmusic Contest. i , , 1 A 1 , W "t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ak 3' 4 4 W 1 1 1 , 1 - girl' .. . , a- v,Qw,.,,' .1 W .- . . 4 ., . I . 4 " - - 1 fl- t . -b.'u"i 1,7 Lfylei -n. 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'F Decorating: Committeeg Senior Play Costume Committeeg ggi X Hallowe'en Party Ticket Committee 2: Cfgi ",' x fee, D Irene Sekerek - NIU X .fri ,u II Y Junior Pleyg Senior Play Make-up Com itteeg Junior Prom of yn ,, X Decorating Committeeg Scholastic Benner 45 Commercial ,if A ll 1 Club 43 Refreshment committee ior Hellowe'en Derty 23 '.o, QQJ A -yi ' X Betty Degue rt'ff X Senior Pleyg Glee Club eg Bend 2,3,4g Junior from 'i'C Lf X Decorating Commiteeg Tri-Hi-Y 5. fig N. 1 I' Bernedine Hershmen - nDernicH 1ff Y Commercial Club 43 Senior Eley Ticket Committeeg Hellowe'en iff I Party Decorating Committee 25 Refreshment Committee Eg E1 x m 1 soiveitoerm - 'F Slender Tender and Tell- - - Irene Selzerelc f 7 W Brnggin! ------ ---- George Sirko CF? . , X Modern Design ----- - - - Betty Jeno Degue i , Mister Five by Five - - - - - Bert Affleck W X He Wears A Pair of Silver Wings - - Naomi Lilley if t Hcyi Good Looking! - - - - - -Alvorte Troyen ,M tx Don't Get Around Much Anymore - Nora Reed ff? 7 X You'd be Surprised - - M - - Iete Jhczuzek 'QQE 4 5' Simple and Sweet - - - Q - - Dorothy Bereska -if ' W I'1l fWe'llD Always Remember- Betty Iqlion 4Qi L Y Chl You Beautiful Doll - - - bhry Uuvcetclli' gg Q N X M? Buddy - ---- X ----- Bnrnedine Hershmnn -C? f - W Happy-Go-Lucky -------- Francis Zejec i,g Q Y Just a Country Girl at Heart -Pauline Kurnik Q2 Cr, X I Like Mountain Music ---- Nhdeline Williams -ff Ei xv An.A ple For the Teacher - - Alberta Kotulek 1 ,Q P Y Gee But Youfre Swell ---- Helen Sebro QQQ l . Y This Is No Laughing Mutter - Shirley Harris Qfti ' 1 Why Don't We Do This More'Often - Pliy Hockey 'if ixif 1 Miss You- - - -------- Mr. Schwartz 'Q X Please Be Kind ------- Mrk, Currin is Navy Blues 4 -------- Je 's Sewers Q t Gobs of Love for the Navy - - G1 'e Hedge i i-'.i S5 4 W Smell Fry ---------- Sovi la Banks -,pe g Y There Will Never Bc Another You - - Diane Huffman fju X , r You Talk Too Much ------ Dorothy Sheha -U33 yi 1 Rosie the Riveter ------ Irene Ambrose ffm is -x Happy-Go-Lucky - - , , - - - Julie Puskerich lContJ has it vt dw vs FF wr P5 as is fb: a. we as w- as an Ir- w- ff His FF 24 wr :IH vs 114 wk -r wh Pr as wk vs ik if ' X A A J PM -- 5,5 4 fe- I A . X. 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"f Dark Ei-fes 4 --------- Virginia Mattozzi 'if 'Y Tm Savinfr Myself for Bill - -Frances Felton A if "' Cominff Through Thr, Rye ---- Frances Roberts if . 4' Moonlight Becomes you ---- Miriam ,tiller fr 'Y Lazybon-es ------- - - - Ed Milby Y 'Y If I Only Had A Brain ---- Floyd Dorazio lk 'Y Why Don't You Do Rieht - - -Walter Lfhlisimoff Y 'Y Sofmsterbrain - - - l- - - - -Joe Ross ' "' 'F Everyday is ri Holiday ---- George Liyseomb 'Y 'Y Oh! How I Hate to Get up in TE: ,'.o , Morning - Dave Gzuriloff 'F -If Beer and Pretzels ----- John Scdlszk if fr Whf4t's the I-fifttor 'Uith Me? - -Tom Guzik "' -r Nobody's Baby -------- Tom Lowther ar an Monkey On A String ------ Ed Adamson 'F ar Who 'Veu1dn't Love You? ---- A ugust DiNe.rdo fr at Alexander is a Swoose - - - -Alex Bonazoli as wr "Murder" he Says ------- Ted Steohley 'F . ,F My Little Buckaroo - ---- --Ted Pajac fr af I Written by ,k ,K Virginia Mattozzi ak . ,F Shirley Harris ,r ,gf if ak It av fr ak PROPHECIES CCOTILD Ik fr Jean Elliott we foind as the able assistant to her :Z 1 husbam famous chemist. if 'Ve found Quster Milby carrying away all the loving cups It where women are concerned. 1 'flalter I-hksimoff was fo und on a train Hollywood bound at to faTK'e'T7h, .pa sian's place. 1 Dot Sheka was found to be a recreation director in the U Y tv. A. A. e. S. 9 i 4: ak wk ak afar:ifaf-ra:-rarwfrsfafnrarsc:rarQraezrfraxvs-:r,+ssf:rxaf:r-r+:rv4-,ki 5? 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Short and cute and ell of that Ween there is any fun, he's et the hat With his short pants and fleshy socks It is Floyd Dorezio iho f-.1 stops the clocks. n noise breaks out with e crash and e boom You look into a for corner of the room There sits Dorothy Sheke with her heed in g book And on her face is an innocent look. Here's Hr. Bertram Affleck if you please Who always seems to be ,t ease X Here's something you didn't Know until today He left out n fairly-sized portion of the Junior Play. Next is Frances Fulton such Q quiet less 1 We never Know when she is in class She blushes till her cheeks ire pink When any boy does dere to wink. Themes Guzieh is our class bookworm He does his work in rather mood form But Lutin class Wes his one regret There were seven virls to make him forget. :ll bg' bg. xg. :Qi :g 4. :Lg X- rt :, jg 21 1. A1 .,. A 1 31 ,L I, jk ,L Pl'x5FPbH-free? rl! lk 1 wk H1 - ,1,... V. . ..y. A--. ,,, , , Y,W, - ..,.,.--1.1-M , . .1-. 3 , V. ,, 1 . W. A ., V, ., - .V , M , m u V' 7 -WNY .-v-- A If, " ,'f'..1- .2 1 ,L-3' 5 'V' HY If V. U.,-1.-T"-gz, ,Tvs , 4. F, ly. V 'z.!:!2 ,:',ges.,g--fl'-vsw . "" fri- ifwfi .N ,.. an -.fel-W, , V i,-,653 sj,,,, . Q . . . .A f .. . f , ., ...lp-. . ., ,E .,,,M,W ,mi-.,, ' w 4 JA ' TIPPLE Y X W Y 1 X X m x A x 1 w 4 S X X X + x 1 1 m 4 1 + X x 1 1 X x m Right behind him is Elnors Jae Reed A VCT? unusual end surprising sirl indeed She goes to church regularly with an innocent face But as e petty gambler, she takes first place. Thomas Lowther is the boy with freckles galore When he is angry, there is quite a roer Qspceisllf in English class there Wes quite e disaster Nhen those three letter words he couldn t mes . With nretty blue hri m Miller is eyes nd long black h ir l dy fdir, loves to d lCb, it s ner ont dclig t But ioiving HLFG ul F doe .aprt llix, Date Geuriloff 1 lot firl slivt it ecserves much credit for athletics too ere is hirdl nytiing he doesn't do. O Tllx I'OTI1C,mJ 11-Jill, puts Dave in ilignt emi Lilley, nor we see V 0 is lx ys buzzing like U ec o the thinvs she does Wren t lw ys iunnv once s coin? fter onothcr one's hone Our friend, Jeltci Lksimoff is e seholer he does not f ltc found this was true t kissing too On Questions oi sotcrnment Bwt t the S iio Party we H 1 lso cuitc n expert About the ouicttst irl in oui Lroshman We 1 Wes Vir ini mettovzi, whom you see here, But si'nf We rs went rolling p T c L lkins h.b1t snr learned f On Alex Bcnn.7olli trc teoehei did c ll But on deef eirs the words did fel or A c w s in drccml n fer w 1 Drewming of what we c nnot sry i right fellas here she comes You con st rt be ting all those drums Sie il 's the ilute in our di h school Band It' B ttJ J ne D .ue, at IOUI comm Thlt Doi Jurn, over tnerc t llcr tr n the rest Is P tc Jnczuzol t his best An arti t hier nd lso d musici ind in the senior Plug, his role as s physici . W X X x X w 1 1 s ,rg . 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V 1 1, 61,5515 :LN , . , . 1 ' - 1 - . fb , V 3, " ' , iqifiaf .-'ft 'fr We A ,- A . fr - fe - -l 4' "Elf-15'-lf? 13-Qifrlrifgit "1L:",',.QUf, -gg. -.zur ,til ,. V' w ' , . , - , , t K .4 - , 1 Q 5 - I ' gy, 2555-' 'S f' -fE:T:f ff' f t5 r ww JJ I .. , , , , '- - , -. Y. ,,', 1 ,. , 9 , Ti tm , , ,.. .. . f. . 1. - -. . ,-.. , ,., .,s,. , V., 1 . .,,, ., .,1,.,, 1 ,U ., ., , , M, A. :,. .,- , g gi . V LM. 'L A l, V HBV, , xjtrxxvll VZ. 'iv , W., 2 l .:, , "df .. Y. .. ,s, . f.. TIPPLE Xwf-dsvif1F1t1X1ivi-a4v0411-Hkfkbkvkilllrvkvkvkdfvkwlwsz PF was Of embnrresing moments, we've ill had some And Vivian Adams had her one, From her, we hoard not one small peep In Latin cliss, she w,s fast asleep. As in all around athlete we all know It is George Lipscomb who steels the shov The teachers soy, George is an intelligent boy But, to studying, he prefers playing with some toy. We no bring you Betty Fulton of 12B A friendly smile for ill, as you can see. She's been here two years while We'vc been here four But, l'll bet our friends don't number more, Most of the Seni ors will recall I F" The time Brencis When the two boys started But then he slipped and lost Aejac took that fell, out, he was in ell his speed. the lead Here's Miss Tmrdy of 1945 She's Alberto Kotulek to you and me Ten excuses she always makes For every one of Hero's George Si her mistakes. rko ind let me tell He plsys the trumpet very well He t Kes his place in the radical scat In forever talking, hc c,n't be beat. Well new wh3t's the fcscinition? Oh, I sec, it's our singing sensation In assembly programs, she mode Q hit lhry Nuccctelli? Thetfs rieht, you've guessed it. John Sedlak brooks dates, is often as he can But soon he will have 1 permanent one with Uncle Sfm New John's only worry in the army will be Trying to get buck to camp in time for revielle. Alwgys working, born to study Virginia Lloyd is eVeryone's buddy She is slso Knowing in religions things She plays in the band endlevon sings Short, dork, and han some he is described To dite Q "s' irl, he cnnnot be bribed August DiNardo didn't realize He Vos quite i shoik, in the eirls' eyes. 14447K-rfpsibkXPYXZY-Piizsvf-fr-vysbhsgalzsqn f'.4 :,1f42a:,.n:xgt4.nk ag y ,Y 4 x x 1 X w x 1 X l 1 4 N 1 IIN' is T 4 Ski is is 2" To ff 'K all 'N di 'F 'F 'F 1- w Q fi- 111 ws I-f vs- PY- fp A dork haired loss, with o freckled face le Bernadine Hershmen, in her place she comes to school with her shoes always shined A finer clsssmete we cannot find Ted Pajac is just smell fry, But to the other boys, he's s nice guy Ho mixes well with the other boys In English class, where they make the most noise. A sirl who c,n perform wonders with a hoe und seed Is Dorothy Psreska, 1 iormerettc indeed, A very nice eerson but 1 bit too quiet But ii she let loose, she could st-rt 1 riot. About Ted Steckly, we know one thing do his never hfurd the first bell ring but on tie iootboll field is 1 different storf he vos ilwgys there in fll his wlory. Why hello there, look them we hnve nom Cvmv On, 43501150 Willimms, tiko u bow In class discussions sho doesn't try to hide Thgt she is on the furmer's Side. Edwird Milby has not Q single care fo see him hurry is e siqht quite rnre But We will sec how ffst his wings unfurl Nhen someone else storts dgting his best girl. Here's Pauline Iurnik our humor eel In mnflish class sho's our favorite pal when something is boring ull we need Is Pauline, who mixes up the words, when she does read. Always worried about all of her tests When grades come out she's among the best A reel good sport und lots of fun Frances Roberts, naturally, is the one. Edwin Adamson we remember for ucting In humor and brains he isn't licking But Bd could never find 1 suitable sent In P. O. D. they always mide him retrect. Crowned volodictorion of the class Diana Huffm1n's brain never does rolex But studying isn't the reason why It was inspirotion that made her high. 5F7F7fl7I-7?-Fl'-FFPLPQQTl'-PF?FPiff.v+,- 4 :,e:i4:g1:y,xg4.faf4:k ,ki 9+ BK xy, xl gg o 5 l X X BF W. I 0 QI Pk P If 1 TIPPLE X4-:flirt'kvkvtififltxc1K111z11rrt4:g.4x:kg1,4.,gggqQ,g,g,k,F,fixzgiriqx Lest yofr Jenn Elliot, mode no sound But this year she really gets around She vos one of the first ton in the senior class And voted es the best looking less .She never lets any thine stind in her wav than basketbfll she begins to ploy lt's Irene Ambrose, always moving devine her around is quite soothing. One more Wes added to our class your Shirley Harris brought her good cheer New she became acquainted fest But it was on the boys her eyes were cast Gloria Hedge needs no introduction She had the lewd in the senior production To part with her is our great sorrow But she will go far in the World of tomorrow, A barrel of fun, e bouquet of flowers These together, give you Jenis Sewers A head full of brains, ond though Q temper Any service to you she will gladly render Julie Pusksrich doesn't dence, but sings nn innocent girl, with heavenly wings nt lenst sho seems that way in school She never ever breaks any rule. Seville Banks e Sophisticated looking less Is Q short girl of our class A prize tumbler she turned out to be And also Hood in writinw poetry . For Q humorous nal of the l2E class It is Helen ocbro who gets the laughs Mixes business with pleasure, Helen does And thit brain of hers can rcnllv buzz, We ho e fou have enjoyed our poetic roll cull T f.." Pl D We hive brought them to you one and qll Jith Q group like this I again repent This senior cl ss is hard to be t. Written by Helen Sobre Seville hunks. 'kvii:,-Pkfthlsyzapng. ,.,, pi.2e:3.ng,',,i,,',,K,i,,.,,Px,L,F+.x,kx,k',':x,K Q 1 af I 3 1 ' A A A 2 ' A . 9 I FY if af' Pk A" P." ? fr' 4' A' Rf 4' aff 34 P? if if :if if if 41 li' PF 221 PF if PF 4' Ulf rl: :lf if THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY i DIRECTWIJ BY ANNE M. TIIfrRA.NR if AQ MARCH 12, 1943 . CURTAIN AT 8:30 'V Q D-ARK VICTORY + ' "' """' A I DR. FREDERICK STEELE b ' SPETE PITACZUZAK 'V . MISS 'IAIIIIRIGHT LIILESSIHQQSQQ BETTY DAGUE I 4 DR. PARSONS ' - 3 physician BDRTRAH AFFLECK I 4' I 4 JUDITR TRAIIVZRITE wealthy sophistocate GLORIA IIEDGE I ALDEI-I BLAIK3 Society ngveligt IAIIRIAIZ I-AIILLER I "' COITITIE DIANA P'T.7Ff7'I'U3IlXI T I BILL , an MILBY A I JANETTE STIRLEY HARRIS + I LESLIE CLARK Country club set ED ADAVSON T I HICVAEL Judith's Irish groom ALEX EOHAZZOLI + I JOSIE maid NAOMI LILLEY I .. 1 ARSS JEYNV HELEN SEBRO + ill ' lf ACT I Traherne livingroom late afternoon T - A 1 ACT II SC. 1 Smae one month later early evening' 4 So. 2 Same Three months later, midnight i 1 Cten minutes intermission for change of set? i i ACT III SC. 1 Steele's farm in Vermont I 4 one week later 8 p.m. T 1 4 SC. 2 Same two months later, afternoon 1 I Cram I Y A.f3f3I'3TAI"TT DIRECTORS ALBERTA KOTITLAIQTTJAIXIIS SOVERS I 4 USHERS Vivian Adams, nary Nuocetelli, Jean Elliot, Irene I Q Ambrose, Dorothy Paraska, Bernadine Harshman. I X BUSINESS Nr. Anthony, Miss Barnes, Mrs. Currin, Betty Fulton, I X Ted Pajak, Pauline Kurnik, Tom Lowther, Tom Guziok, "' Y Ihdelaine Williams, Dorothy Sheka, Floyd Dorazio. I g STAGE John Sedlak, Ted Steckley, Francis Zajak, Dave Gauriloff' ak August DiNardo, Joe Ross, George Sirko, "falter Maksimofff it PROPS Virginia Lloyd, Savilla Banks. COSTUIES Alverta Troyan, Virginia Mattozzi, Julia Puskarich, 4' F41 ak Nora Reed. H MAKE-UP Irene Sekerak, Frances Fulton, Frances Roberts. "' A AQENQILEQQEUENIS I It Our thanks go to the following for their kindness: I Y Greenfield's Furniture Store Bentleyville I Zeidman's Furniture Store Charleroi I 1 Nelenyzer'S Furniture Store Charleroi : I sr ,kivzxaw+a+Ar++ArA-wererrraaaawmzwaaavavxwrtx if 4? "'3:k :afar ,r,,,,, Y 1 1 1 XQ , TIPPLE .r Y Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 SCENES BEHIND THE CURTAINS Y 1 AS TOLD BY'JANIS BOWERS 1943 1 ' 1 1 When word got around that the Senior play was to be Qarg 1 ifigtgry more than one skeptical eyebrow was raised. 1 1 . 1 1 College groups did not even attempt ity but when a high sehool1 1group chose it people had a right to look skeptical. 1 1 1 1 I trink Miss Tumpane should be given all credit for even 1 :ettempting itg but she 6an't be praised too much for what she did 1 1with it. If anyone doubted her ability before the play, there is 1 ww dmbtrww. 1 1 ' 1 1 No matter how good the coach the play can be nothing if there 1 1is no material to work with. By material I mean Pete and Gloria 1 1They too proved their ability. ' 1 1 1 1 We of the Senior class wotld like to thank Miss Tumpane, Pete,1 1and Gloria for the Hsweat and bloodu they put into the play. 1 1Orehids to you. 1 1 1 1 Wo ld you like a thrilling glimpse behind tle footlights? 1 1It really is wonderful. I strongly urge every Junior to get into 1 wthe Senior play next year. You don't know what ym.'re missing, 1 1 1 1 Evervone had a job tn do. I won't list them, but each is 1 iimportant, Ginny and Sevilla seaired the countryside for miles 1 1amcund to pick up plants, vases, and knieknaeks. That's how 1 1Ginny and Sevilla got their wrinkles. 1 1 1 1 Gusty took eare of the lights. UGusty, where's the spot?N Y 1HGusty, move that sun.H He tore his hair when he wasn't busy-- + frwhieh i.I- J as almost never. L "' 1 1 1 Babe was the postman. He put everybody in the aisles when I ihe appeared in his shirtsleeves in midwinter. 1 1 1 1 Now and then the air was pierced by shrieks of UWhere's my i 1eoat?H HWho took my hat?H HTurn on the lights.H t 1 1 1 We all had a wonderful time. It's hard work, but it's worth Y iit. You get mad, ydi get disgusted, but yol go on. Again I t Ysay--Juniors! Don't miss your play! Y 1 1 1 1 W Assistant Director Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 3 44' W Y 1 1 Dk Pk ,FX X . 1 Pk PF vk ii 21 if D94 I X 0 1' ffl Sl: J. PK wk wk X lk HK PF nk Sk Lk if l X IF vii X PY wk PF HF A1 PF X wk if IF Ik +4 wk Dk if P44 if Pk PF fk 31 Dk 2+- P? YYY HK PK Hkvkvk X X Zi 5+ X X X X A , 1 X X X X XTLPRLE X X X X X X X X X X X X X X CLXSS OFFICERS Yrcsidewt - Arthur Jamiwni Vibe Prusident - Silvino Vasco 3Qg't, Treasurer - Harrv Petorson X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X T41 4- X41 42 PF 4412 P' 'T' ?3'fEI""'?'C""" X Q I X X PI V 1 3,41 5 by ' X X 2 s 4 2 TIPELW HK X e + r x X X x x x x x x x x x x 1 1 x x m X X x w x X X x e six Z "JUNIOR eemmrea-Box" It was in September, 1942, that a noisy group of students gathered together to be known for the rest of the semester as WJuniorsn. The members of this group are as follovs: Florence Crew Flora DiNardo Theresa Forte Helen Gilmore LeWanda McCracken Lititia Radomilv Mary Sherya Phyllis Sewers Edwin Adamson William Baker Jack Booth Jranh Campbell Frank Reese Sam Silver John Sindrich Lawrence Smaroff Mike Zwirek Frances Begansky Dana Cehorich Angelo DeSimone Cynthia Diamond Dalmira Dilordi Margaret Dorko Irene Erdely Elsie Fantinel Shirley Fleming Stella Flex Pauline Gauriloff Bernadine Harshman Ruth Hildebrand Mildred Kotulak Ann Lebetz Catherine Mance Doris Thomas Sally Wightman Clara Zarlino Betty Ferris Joseph Dipyatic 11A 11B , Robert Carey John Clusta Arthur Damiani Edward Faber Albert Fedance Lawrence Foutz Joseph Krajnah Paul McAlister John Megles Nick Nuccetelli Albert Perchinshy Harry Peterson Savino Veseo William Wasulko Ralph Wilson Harry Wood Paul Tokar Josephine Marshaleh Doreen McCardlel Doris Meqles Vilma Meeles Josephine Merashoff Diana Moslich Edith Perry- Ruth Petroff - Gladys Pompei Dorothy Prosser Patricia Reese Annie Rush Therese Scheatzle Valentine Smatsky Helen Staneh Katherine Svetkovieh Joseph Grancy Donald Harshman Robert Homme George Lear .Alex Yancoskie f .if , ev ' N gt ,, q ,P 1 .- f X 1 :rl lkrlf Plfif X 4 WSF Ik PF PV ,au .u 4. 1? :Qi L: . 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PY IF if if 1? 1,2 if if if :lf Pk if if PF JY if Pk Dk '1 ,gf Ik RV PF if Ik if Pk if Pk 4' 244 4 i Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 44,3 Pk 3 1 1 1 1 1 'PkPk 1 ll PkPk Y 4 Pkfk F 1 1 TIPPLE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 131 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Sophomore Class oi 1942-1943 lhry Lou Adams Dorothy Ambrose '."7illiam Ang emi r N, Joseoh Anthony, Jr. T"TrdnSferred Phyliss Anderson Q--Quit Martha Grace Barnard Richard Eerardinelli --Q"Army Francis Bonnell-- Paul Buckingham Bernice Burger -0 Sheron Lee Burger---Q Charles Carson Celestino Ciuca Glenn Clutter---Q Gloria Conerty Vary Conrad Rose Constable Frances Conte---Q Ekranor Cousins Wilbur Crispin--- Sophia Cyanovich Raymond Delansky- Mary Dele gram Lois Dennick Rita Dihardo Angelo Dorazio Steve Durko---Q Jack Tvans-,,q Angelo Forte-J-A Josephine Forte August Grevhosky Frank Groncy Leonard Gullick lmrgaret Guzick Lloyd Hathaway--- Joseph Hamay Marcia Hedge Yvonne Herron Ruth Huffman Q "TT .L Gertrude Hildebrand Barbara Hulis Lewis Jacamantoni Keith Kearns---T O Ll d K' la , , Flggencenkoial Angeline Yakin William Kubina---o Ann Yufkovich Lucille Kukovioh George Kupar lhryan Ladisic--- G V Paul Lapcevic Clark Leaghty Carl Los Lula Mae Lucy Lucille Lakatich Olga Haczuzak John Nalisky Helen Nance Joseph Nance---Q Steve Matosky Carmine Mattozzi Helen Nerashoff Irene Hehelick Keith Moore---Q Frank Morrell---Q Stanley Oloif Robert Pavilkowski Alice Pelc Viola Pele Edward Per John Perchinsky Gilda Pereitti Tillie Petronka Robert Phillips-- James Piper---Q Bruce Roberts Frances Rocko Millie Rodacy Stanley Romanosky Walter Rosmire---Q Camille Ross Paul Sabolsky James Scorza Jenny Selvicki Alda Seneca Thelma Smith Margaret Skerya Lawrence Steckly- Arley Tharp Marjorie Toth Betty Tropak Edmund Tylus---Q Antionette Vacoa Mildred Wasulko Harley Watson James Wilson---Q Marjorie Zamiska Virginia Yankoski George Zoldak PkPkP-"PkPkPkPkPkPkPkPkPkPkPlfPkPkPkPkPkPkPlfPkPkPkPkPkPk'PkPkPk Pk xa Pk Pk Pk Pk sf: Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk if Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk Pk P1 1 1 Y l 1 1 5 1 " i o 'Q Ikrk 41411 Ilfflf 34 , 1 TIPPL1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A Salute to the President of the class 1 ik The president of the sophomore d.ass, Angelo Forte, is 1 congratulatedand honered by the members of his d.ass. He is nog now known f-1 to us by the name of just Angelo Forte, but Pvt. Angelo Forte. 1 We was known bv his friends as HJaggersn. He olayed 1 'masketwlla and 50 Oiballa and was known forhis outstanding T popularity. 1 He will be missedby everyone and we wish him all the luck 1 in the world. 1 - 1 Probably the most imoortant event of the sophomore class, if was their halloween party, October, 30, lUe2. Prizes were Y awarded For various costumes, ani everyone snent an enjoyable e 9V9UlUE1dancing. The gymnasium was attractively decorated with1 halloween GQSlgUGS. A clear profit of 523.13 was made. i The chamnion basketball players of the school were the l girls for lUE. Their final victory was over l2B. The i chamnion team was made up of: Rita Dihardo, Lula hae Lucy, W and Virginia Yankoski as guards, and Olga Haczuzak, Mary 1 Delegram, and Vonnie Herron as forwards. 1 Seven members of the class belonged to Forensics: Hit a e Dehardo, Glenn Clutter, Helen Nerashoff, Marth Grace Barnard, l lhrjorie Zamiska, Olga Uaczuzak, and Ruth Hufilan, the latter Y four receiving metals. Two other girls, Lois Dennick, and 1 Bernice eurger also received m tals for last years work. a Another important member of the class was August Greyhosky'a who contributed many drawings lor the Sdxolastic Banner, l When a few members of the soohomore class were asked if l they liked their sophomore year, and what their favorite subject, was,---well here are their answers. l 293923225 5322952 Pk Yes, I enjoyed my sophomore year, my only reason being x Y! 1? 9 1 1 1 t'at my d.assmates had out me on an equd. and understandiqg basis, which is the desire of any student. But my most pleasant e memories, I hooe to recall, will be in my homeroom of the lOth l grade. e My favorite subject was Business Arithmetic because I expect the knowledge that I gained this year will enable me to qualify', for a pasition that hasroom for advancement. l QSQESS Eupar 1 To me my sophomore year seemed no different from the preceeding school years. It had its share of fun and work. On.: the whole, It was Hpretty gobdn. i I have no favorite snbject because they all seemed the t same to me, although some had a little more work to dn than i other.. , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +P? at Yi if if if IF 'F if 2' ak If PF sy iff Pk at PF if if if PX' Pl' at PY :gf gf 4' fi' ,xo Y fl' PY PF if 2? Ik -if gf Pk HY if PF if ,le PY H., Lv sf: if 41, PY pf? PF if if Ik TIPPLQ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SOPHOYDRi CLATT OF l947-43 eon't. There were nine boys who played basket-ball and foot-ball FOOTBALL Bill Angotti, John Molieky, Angelo Forte, Angelo Dorazzio Frank Yorrell, Narvan Ladisic, and Steve Wotosky TMHHTET-BALL Angelo Forte, and Steve Notosky. Romanees are few tlese days---0h yeah? That's one thing they eanft ration. Present Qernioe Burger KXIYX 00000 Harley Watson Margie Zamiska XXXXX 00000 Johnny Goryl Lois Denneek XXXXX 00000 Paul Tokar Past Alda Seneca XXXXX 00000 Leonard Gullick Bernice Burger XXXXX 00000 Lloyd Hathaway Thelma Smith XKXXX 00000 Arthur Damiani Future Tleanore Cousins XXXX?00000 George Kunar Aida Seneca XXXXX?00000 John Nalisky Marcia Hedge XXXXX?00000 Bob Eoore This being my last column for the sophomore class I only hone that yotxhave enjoyed reading my columns as much as I have enjoyed writing tlem. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rr af wr if we + " 1 fr TIPPLE if 9 HY :rw:r:r:r1f+2+:rar:rwr-rwfwwrwfrxwavararwrarxzrarfrnrnrfrwrwrararar aw Y at ar X hr 4? 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Rosmier 1 Ralph Fahn Nancy Rodacy Y Joe iedar Margo Bintz + Eugene Yanxocci Ann Zoldau Y More Di Jerdo Walter Lelietz Y Larry Nciulty Mary Nuccetelli Y lhry Yurkovich Paul Kadilak Y Ann Nehelick Mary Kupar Y Richard Budris John Thomes 4 Dick Kotulak Helen Romanick 'F Florence Novicki ElG8U0T'Q Lill9Y 1 ygrg. Zelinski Roselle Ladisic + Rita Snsfko Gennie Di Simine 'F Anila Gauriloff' MOG NQg3'lffS f Dotty Kodugky Ruth Underwood Y Lguige Delggyam T81 YGFMSRKO W Ann Zuggar ounn lolmerchik x Carlo R053 Andy Herichko Y Dotty Goss Boy Evans Y Bill Lhtosky Emanuel Kubina Y Charles Svetkovich Ann Bedlak Y Silvio Harluto Crystal Kofakis i Ralph Gumbert W Betty Carey 9-9 Y Charles Gilmore 4' 501111 'wiglitman Jane Swagler i Bob Slabodnick Ray Fgnner it Peggy Homme Lois Elliott W Grace Wilson Beverly Horne Y Dolores Covalesky Allen Marten 'k Frances Dorko F Lewis Nuccetelli " Joe McGown 'F Earl Buckingham . 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X Vere goes for tie some-day Seniors Cwe hopej. f The following are song titles tovvhich the people seem.to T suit' + 1 Louis Ragni - HIt's The Little Things That Countu Y Angeline CTinaD Cicci - CTO that certain boy she is thinking? of? - HConstantlyU T Patricia QPatD Tiberi - HOh, The Lady In Redn CHer bright i Red Coatb ' Tune Dixon - Cto Laurence Ragnil HI Don't 'anta Talk With- T out You Eabyn 2 Ebrgaret Conrad - HBrown Eyesu T like CTQCD Waczuzak - HI'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleepu T T omas Hess - HI'm Always Thinking of You Hargieu I Joseph CJugheadD Forte - HDevil Nay Careu T Theodore CTedD Grimn - HDeep In The Veart of a Comic Booki T Thomas Pavlikowski - UPractice Lakes Perfect CHe ought to 1 knowD ' John CSutJ Doraizio - HSmall Fryen I Anna Sindrich - HSimple And Gweetu I Charles Huber-HI Had The Craziest Dreamm T Ross Doothe H i'ii Got along Gomehown i Catino CCuttyD Tomasello - UI Came Vere To Talk For Joeu' T CI'm sure Eileen Kurnick from Eentleyville would understandlf Velen Chumra - HDon't Get around Nuch Anymoren T arthur Gunbert - HBring Few Glory To Old Gloryn D.T.S's I flagman. Zee Bastich - HChewin Clowin Chewin Gumn I Andrew Yurchick - HPair of Silver Vingsu I Lula Marie Decker - U5 ft. 2 - Eyes of Dlueu T Ibrgaret Neroshoff - Uieepers, Creenersn I Vernon Homme - HVow I hate To Get Up In the Nonring I COur Q hour tardy manb T Verbert Jenkins - HM U R D E RH T Allen Byard - HScatterbrainn I Max Daniloff - UI Don't Want To Set The World On Fireu I Dolores Dulick - CTo tle boy in her hometownj Uliss Youn T Isabelle Thrano - nlexically Rosen I Norman Kennedy - HDoes Your Mother Come From Irelandu Y Tdward Zalo - HI Got Too Much of -2-Cn My Mindu T Adeline Kunzel - HSweet Adelinen T John Gurdish - HOld Faithfuin Cto hisstudiesl i Velen Osaba - HSing Baby Singn p T Carl Echols - UYou Musta Been A Beautiful Babyu T Edward Broudt - UTrumpet Bluesu T , Roy Clark - HComing In On A Wing And A Prayern T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:2 1 1 1 1 1 1 J ,.,1'1111111111111111IgTZl4'E4-11:1-u111111fk4"F:l' 1 Ate con't. 1 Carmel Bahestina - HCarelessH Movie Gearito - NOh Solo Niou 1 1 lst period - English Class - H7e've A Long Way To Go To- 1 getheru Ctill noon hell? 1 2nd neriod - Geogranhy Class - Hfhy Don't We Do This gnre ' 1 Often" Cifhen everyone 'passes . Ik their testsl 1 3rd period - Tistory Class - UAre You Having Any Funu 1 4th neriod - Literatrre Class - HDay Dreamingu 1 5th period - Study Fall - HBreathlessH Cafter talking all 1 F ' U neriodl , oth neriod - Gym Class - HJe're In The Army low l ' CForward Marehfb 1 7th Period - Arithmetic Class - N6 and carry 2U 1 Pth Period - Study Hall - HAmenU 1 X IF 1 Roy was a Hershey instead of a Clark. 1 Patty was a Beeohnut instead of a Tiberi. 1 Margaret was a comrade instead of a Conrad. Y Theodore wasa grinn instead of a Grimm. Y Ross was a telephone instead of a Booths. X Bostich was Julv instead of Iae. Y Dixon was January instead of June. 1 Carl was .f'i a freckle instead of an Echols. 1 Hrs. was a band instead of Sands. Pk 1 This year I think the Eighth Grade hada lot of enjoyment Y out of sdiool. Ye had lots of fun and we hope it shall 1 continue to the end of our 351001 days. 1 1 1 Jackie Jones 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 if I 1 1 1 1 Y Y Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if 4 if YYY Ikffifvlf Y 9 1 ifilflif if Sk it Pl' an Pk if iff it if if if if if :ff if if PF if Ik Ik Ik Pk Pk 1? if Ik if if ik if if Ik it if ik Ik if if if if Pk Ik PF if Pk if PF Ik if 1 1 1 1 3 W 1 1 1 :rx :rl :rx DVI? 14 it 1IfPIf4'2x'f4f2f1!fPlfPIf2f2lfPkfkPifggljipzg-YF31f3'2k2f441'a'f14ffkfPif4f4f2If1i' if f ff 5 , ' ff' , f - -1-.x--fa.: .'.. -az ,.-- If? QM- JE "', 12, N' "' 5221, ig 4- ff f """""""""""""" "" X , : , X if 4fP1f2If2k25f1kPlf2!f2lf4'1l'aP2?'HkaY1r1kP!'2'a'fPk2ifPk2F4"l'4f2lfDFPk8f :ki QPF Pkik IFF? 3? 4411 5 -'I 1 1 Y 9 Pi'4'1kvkd'1k,Y2k2k2IfPk14f1k'I'2kPf14'Y1if1lf20'2ka'f1if24fXf1F2kPIf2f4f2.'fPl'f4f .u August 31, 1642 we all settled down to work in the 7 A 1 d.ess. The members of our d.ass at the beginning of the year 1 were as Follows: 1 Qf'E1Fff?,eiQffgFY"'T George Bostich JP LTO jffelfi jj" John Cook Y iOSGQUlH9 neele John Lopetz 1 fjmffn Joe Zerlino W' J1l.e cerson Silvlo Conte 1 Kalhrzfn Seeedi Frank Oloff Levis Veeco James Uillhouse 1 Dolores Tiberi Anite Booth 1 Nlfk Scorze Margaret Vilggn 1 Betty lftmzel Lillian Evans at Josephine Segedi 1 Pearl Grimm 1 Fred Pavlikowski 1 Pete Temes 1 John Homme, Jr. 1 lhtt Kramer 1 The members of 7 B are 1 1 John Rodfo Anna Butch 1 Tony Forte Rillie Decker 1 Robert Branch Agnes Geuriloff 1 Stanley fovicki Zldore NcAVoy 1 Frank Ross Flora Lucy 1 jrmi Diffgiyfdo Rocko :V Albert Diolardi Julia Skerya Y Frank Sctetio Nellie Brandt 1 Otto Delegrem June Clerk 1 Lawrence Hegni Alice Ryan---Q 1 Steve Gvetkovich Uargaret Zmuda---0 1 John Kedish Joe McAvoy---Q 1 Felen Yromer John Romonesky 1 Josephine Osabo George Nilby 1 Frank Ross 2 1 t---transferred W 1 Q---quit 1 2: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y Y Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J ii' ' A TIPPLE ' T A T FlfilfflfilfllfilflkilfilfllfifikilfikflfikfkfkflfJkfkiifflffkilfflillfflfvk423281 On December ll, we the Q A and 7 B held our assembly. The characters were ' x Dolores Tiberi Silvia Margaret Wilson mother of Silvia Joe Zarlino father of Silvia James Fillhouse Bill, Silvia's brother Nick Scorza Buster, Silvia's brother Silvio Conte Silviafs first beau Anita Booth Announcer .Dolores Homme Ass, director' The assembly program proved to be a hit because of the great help of all the members of the d.ass. We wish to thank kiss Tumpane for the work and time she spent on our-assembly. On Uuvember the 28th, thee? b's with the help of Miss Tumpane put on a skit--the way Bentleyville would look before and after the game with Elksworth. The skit gave the boys and are whole student body the pep and energy to win the game, Ellsworth came tkrough with a score of 13-O The 7 A's and 7 B's held a Thanksgiving Party in the , audatorium on November 25. They received 3l8.8O. The pupils had refresh ents and pop which the people got free. There was dancing on the stage and games for everyone to play. Today, May 21, 1943, the d.asses are studying for exams on Tuesday, and I wish yol all good grades on your exams. ' Ve hope you all have a nice vacation during the summer. f . ' I ' flfikikillblfillilfilflkilfPlfflfflfilffkvlffkllfilflkfkflfxlkfkflffkflflkflfikfkprlf ana: 4:1 +41 fl' vi so O ll lk 'PX wk I Z X34 TIPPLE rrvvwvrw- mwvvwa-fS4KfrPtf2r24+1FvrrfnN:fiwxxxxvkx C5 SJ ,X 1 1- I . 4 4- XXX XX ,ff -'R 5 .Q N Xxx K 7' x xx , f ff -J 1 W 6 V 'x xg 'X .SN P ,b X. . ,A L5 gi 5 'N ,lv , I' fl . ff, tif ,, 'LA' '-' 3:9 . ' mm .. 0 f d N? 2 ' "H ff' .', - ,' If '::,'-'3 N ' x W M f x f ' ' 12 , X 1 , LA f 1' XX. XV 12 : .lv :S . " W- F ZH . 'f x , .-L.:.-- i 'iff' ' xxx- if X '-N 4 .1-' 73,1 X ' tryd M X x x lx Xx 4 IA N Wg, 4., -A M Q ff X--1,41 XX X X 6,1 ig A 1, K -V v ,X r :rivers xxxxzcxxwfxxw+xx++2sAf,-cf,cLCW-,-kvv-a-xx I PF? vi JF O Fifi: 1 l'W Fifa? Q1 VK i '1',Q,Q,-yi f J 1 1 w 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 QIEPQM1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FOOTBALL 1 1 3llsworth's football team, after getting off to a bad 1 start, enjoyed one of the most successful seasons it has had 1 in many years. The record was six wins and two losses. 1 1 NORTT BELLE VERNON 1 'lf A green excited team went against N. Belle Vernon with 1 the result -Ellsworth was beaten l9-12. It was a costly loss Y in that Steckley was injured. Harry Peterson came off the 1 sick bed to play. + Forte ani Peterson scored the toichdowns. Y , 1 JEFFERSON + 1 With the center of the line weaked with the loss of Y Steckley, Ellsworth was defeated 1? - O. The score is very Y misleading though as Jefferson was outplayed. But the lack Y of punch at the right time stopped Ellsworth. i 1 With the return of Stechly, Ladisic, Peterson, and Y Lipscomb to the lineup, Point Marion, East Beth, Belle Vernon,' Centerville, Bentleyville, and.tre Alumni were beaten by Y Tfl 1 ,-1,9-1-.-'LE :lf ...J ,---Ll.. .L ut 9 Ik Among these victories, the victories over Belle Vernon and' 1 Bentlcyxille were very important. The high-touted Wildcats of Belle Vernon were labeled unbeatable by several of the Y valley sportswriters . 4' 1 Scorers for Ellsworth were the following: Y Rf Forte 31 X Peterson 24 W Lipscomb 18 Y Bonazolli l2 Y Also for the first time Ellsworth placed five players on Y the first team of the Western Division Middle Nonongahela Y Valley Football League. Pk X Pk i 1 lug Pebifson Backs Stechly Guard X For'e .I Ladi sic center 1 Bonazaeli' End Y 1 . 'F if ,,,,, 111111111111111111111111111111111 4 Q, 3 3 4 L A PFPF , TIPPLE W 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 On or off the field Willie Wasulko is about as good a 1' friend as a person will TTEGT' """' 1 1 'Vhile is the best quarterback in our on the field Willie is quick and alert, and to me hex league. There isn't another 1 quarterback who can block nearly half as well as Willie. He 1 uses his head in calling plays, quickly diagnosing the defen- 1 sive position of the opponents. 2? The failure to get two yards in four downs was really a 1 blow to Willie on September l8, lq42. That day Ellsworth 1 went down to defeat 1? to O. Although he didn't score a stopped several times only one times he set up the touchdowns Point Marion, and Belle Vernon 1 1 toucldown this year, Willie WHS? or two yards short. Several 1 in the Jefferson, East Beth, 1 games by catcling passes inside1 the ten-yard line. In my estimation Willie should have made 1 the All-Conference first team quarterback without any trouble,1 if Willie went out for basketball a cdiple years, but soon 1 decided it wasn't the game for him. He told me last December 1 HI Can't play basketball, I'm 100 raigh, i'm liable to kiii Y somebody.N :If Ulf When Willie enters the armed forces next week his loss 1 will be felt deeply. He has been playing football for three 1 years. Beginning in his Freshman year he didn't see much 1 service. During the next two years he was a starter when he 1 wasn't injured. Ik Pl' Willie possesses that fighting spirit that few boys in 1 the Ellsworth High Sctool have--that spirit to keep fighting 1 until the final gun has gone off.. Y 1 Players lost through graduation 1 if Ted Stechly has blazed himself a trail of glory since 1 starting during his sophomore year. During that year, in the 1 first game of the season, Teddy was injured but played all but? about two munutes. He covered himself with glory that day, and from that day on he has distinguished himself as a star., 4' Because of bad luck, Stechly was out of action for about four Y games. i 1 In his junior year Stechly played one of his best years. Y Winning his first bert? on the all-conference team in Footballt 1 The senior year found Sted ly injured in the first game. T His absence was felt in the second game against Jefferson. Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 Y 3 Xfflf 'f1?tr"wsHw1 N 1 arivsvf f fa' H Kfw ' 1 - 1 1 TIPPLE Y 9 Plfltfiffkvki'ekP!fe!'1k1+'P!f2P2klralfkatakrifriffkrkllfvlflifvkfkilflifikikvk 1 ' On or off the field Willie Wasulko is about as good 3 1 friend as a person will TTHET' """' 1 1 1 While on the field Willie is quick and alert, and to me he1 is the best quarterback in our league. There isn't another 1 quarterback who can block nearly half as well as Willie. He 1 uses his head in calling plays, quickly diagnosing the defen- 1 sive position of the opponents. 1 1 The failure to get two yards in four downs was really a 1 blow to Willie on September 18, lW42. That day Ellsworth 1 went down to defeat l? to O. 1 ' 1 Although he didn't score a stopped several times only one times he set up the touchdowns Point Marion, and Belle Vernon touchdown this year, Willie was1 or two yards short. Several 1 in the Jefferson, East Beth, 1 games by catcling passes inside1 the ten-yard line. In my estimation Willie should have made 1 the All-Conference first team quarterback without any trouble.1 1 Willie went out for basketball a caiple years, but soon 1 decided it wasnft the game for him. He told me last December 1 Nl carft play basketball, Inm too rough, Ifm liable to kill 1 ' somebcdy.H I 1 - 1 When Willie enters the armed forces next week his loss 1 will be felt deeply. He has been playing football for three 1 years. Beginning in his Freshman year he didnft see much 1 service. Dwciug the next two years he was a starter when he 1 wasn't injured, 1 Y 1 Willie possesses that fighting spirit that few boys in Y the Ellsworth High Sctool have--that spirit to keep fighting W until the final gun has gone off. W 1 Players lost through graduation 1 ' 1 Qed steghly has blazed himself a trail of glory since 1 starting duging his sophomore year. During that year, in the 1 first game of the season, Teddy was injured but played all butf about tvs munutes. He covered himself with glory that day, Y and from that day on he has distinguished himself as a star. Y Because of bad luck, Stechly was out of action for about four Y game s . if if In his junior year Stechly played one of his best years. Y Winning his first bert? on the all-conference team in Footballk 1 af: The senior year found Stectly injured in the first game. His absence was felt in the second game against Jefferson. a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 in 11 , j 493 11 ,c ' 4 L 1 57 'Lf - V -.sr "1 1 nil. lkflf 1 l wr if 0 Q if PF Pk if PY if ,lf PY if HF li PF 01 'If if Plf lk Pk Pk if if fl' if Pk 'If PY Pk PY PY Pk PY fl' Ik if 'lf PF lk iff Sk 81 if if if PY Ik ai ifllf Y 4 Ill PF Pk if PF -P 414' 1 TIPPLE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Stechly also won a metal for ba.ng picked on the all- Y conference team this year. 1 In Alex Bonnozoli a persnn will B.nd that never say die i fig'ting spirit. This was Alex's first year out for football 4 and he really starred at his end position. I 4 Alex starred the season as substitute but finally showed i Coacl Wingrove he had the stuff to perform like a veteran. 4 Alex acquired the nickname of HBone Crushern because of some of? his exploits on the football field. Alex scored two very 4 important touchdowns in the Centerville and Alumni games, Q 1 In basketball Alex played guard very well. He was out i much of tie season because of a injury. x . . . . 1 Qegrge Lipscomb has been active in sports during all of 2 his high school days. He has completed two years of football X and three years of basketball. x . . ,, 'F In his first year of iootball he was not a regular per- X former, and saw little action. This year was more for the Y experience and tricks of football, During his next year he Y advanced to regular end position on the squad. In 3115 year i George proved himself very vd.uable, for he was rated one of i tle bestipass receivers in the section. When on the field , playing the opponents were always on the alerty but to no I avail, they couldn't stop the combination of Peterson and I Lipscomb. X In his basketball campaign he played one year for the Jr. 1 In his year with a Tlen he advanced. Varsity and two years on the Varsity squad. the Jr. Varsity he was their starting center. to regular on the vassity his last two years and proved to be 1 a very good offensive and defensive player. In his last year a he was high scorer for the Varsity. George will be leaving l for the service after graduation this week. 1 BASIQTBALL The basketball team got off to a good start but soon 1 slowed down to stay. Of the seventeen games played we won X five and lost twelve. Nay I add though that many of the games? lest were closely knit battles. Y The starting players for the first games were 1 Bonnazolli f x Dilardo f X Lipscomb c X Peterson g Y 't chl 1 1 1 1 1 9 3 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1g1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . l I ww 'lf Ulf '1 'L ri -wr ll 5 HI If Ik x4 :Q: 1: TIPPL ,,, 1lfPl'2lf4'2i'vl'4f1!'Pk2lff!'?vl'Jr'4ff-'P4'9"i' Toward the middle of the season Lawrence Smaroff came in to the center position and Lipscomb was moved down to the guard position as a starter and Stechly became a forward. But none gffthise changes seemed to help once we were on the road e ea . Lawrence played a good game and we were sorry to see him leave school. The scores for the 1942-43 basketball season are o o H o Iarion Beallsville 2 Beallsville Tefrerson 2 Belle Vernon Bentlefville f ast B th Centerville ' Belle Vernon 2: Torth Belle Vernon Dec. Jan. 2 Bentle vill a t Beth c Centerville 2 o th Belle Jeinon af erion 'W Dec. M. alumni During his sophomore year Pete Maczuzac played basketball for the Jr. Varsity. 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TIPPLE A c xr., n- vw 2.1 v as xl we ve: up Dax :L PF if 11- 2 fi 'f Nl vw PF 1:4 X X fix ft - X ASSEMBLIES Jo Stlrtoo tho fopr out with V:riouS pop mootinvs which P grow bottor opoi tion. Thom whom footb.ll Sofson H,s lmost over, tlc olx'sos Login vlvinp thotr ol so assomblios. On Ootobor 53, lU42, QA gave thoir H4llowo'on Program. It Vos 33 follovsz Pl flotzm HA Quiot HWllOwo'onn Girls: Sir? .. q.Floronco Yovioki Hifi .... , nlouisp Uolowrfm Floronoi. L1TtC Turkovioh Hnloi... ,.fLrm :ot A miskg Sue.. .. . . ,.Anit1 G urilofi Bovs: Vlob foto tl... . ...Lzrrf ioUultv Holph Ivins J.. ..ForQ Uif.rao ' N, Hgrold fo tl.. .. .0JioM it not Jim Covll... ...Cn Tina Gilmoro Clfrirot Solo.. . ..iiohard Budris do dino. ...B . ,.Cuorlotto Lenhart flSYlCt:- H'lO LLdQ IQQ Fiofu Loilol Unison ..,... .n... .... .Jotty Caroj vl "Q. F- f-liw4 i,nQLtorD ..... . ..Uorothy Koslosky lQIlQ ffowoftr d,ugQttFlo.. ..honriott. A flock :unit Cl I bolliwt.. .. . ..Dorottu lkldustf Tior' Cf: ,,,,n, ,,, ,.4iilyQ1 Hfltn L,UL5Tf foT. , ..XiokgTd Lotul t Bpkorf ?oTQ . . . ...RLQAQFG Eudrls Voc l Solo.. . ...Puawu iommo to Oinf ,.., ..,DoloroS Covxlosiv Assist nt Director - GT1CM 7ilSon Stypo hgnupor - - - Anno Aoholiot Sponsor ------- Lisa Eratm,n 2, Pi- ,V fkvk X 1 . i , In ii lk i 4 31 ff. fp TIPPLE ' 77' is Pi- ,F F11 Pi PF ?F 221 IF YF Til 28 P64 HK JK ri: S4 2,2 ay. 211 ak 55 :ic yy. ay: :jc :ga :ig af: gc .zia iv On November 20, 1942, MTS, Eidd1e'S Clgsg' 11A ggvg their W Assembly. It was quite humorous end full of fun and hilority. f It was given ns follows: f Playr- HFoul Play At Brown'su f 'P Mrs. BT0Wn fvietiml ..... .. .. ... ...Florence Crew A Mrs. Nhittlo fneighborl ................ ... ...Mary Skerya l Officer O'Loory iCorrespondenoo Sehooll... ...dobert Cfrey M l Detective J ' Tip DJUOCTSZ- A Mitsio .............. ... . ..Thorese Forte W Eritsie. ........ ... ...... .. . ..Floro DiNer6o T Mr, BrownCViotim's husbandl.. .. ...John Clusta W Doctor fvotorinoryl ......... . ..Harry Wood C H1 AQ On Jsnuiry 29,.l945, Miss Welsh and ner class, llB, gsvo T one of the most origin l and interostinn essemblies ever given. H We lookoe through an old fnsnioned album one this is whyt We sowzg Evelyn ............. .. .... ............ Doreen Mosrdlo W Vocal Solo by Josephine Joroshoff - HMoonlight 5 Rososn T Class Reunion W Chorus Sane - NSekool Dzysn f Greet Grandpa ond Grandma ..... ..Goorgo Lomr 'nd Ann Rusk C Phoebe ............................... Iildrcd Kotulsk Piano -HUnere'd You Get That H t?H Dr. Squibb ........................ ...George Leer Iinno - HTnQn You'll Lemomborn Four Generations .. ............... ..Ango1u DiSimone , Therese Sohoatzlo Dorothy Prosser The Biby Voc l Solo - Ann Rush - Hlhl Sweet Mystery of Lifeu Y Brthins Girl ......................... Elsie Fontinol Q Chorus Sing - Hin The Good Old Summer Timou i Q Johnson Girls ......... ........ ...... Pelmire Dilordi 1 ' Dernadine Hmrshmzn X Voexl Solo - Josephine Morishoff - HUisningn R Sheriff ............................. Don Horshmnn f Chorus bong - UComing Round The mounteinn Nancy Wutisine ...................... Edith Terry Chorus - Noidowilks of New Yorku 4 Bride 0 Groom ....................... Cynthia Diamond 4 Joe Granny X Pi no - Hfedding Marehn X 3uff1"LgCttG-x ganneuoo so ooo an q -Elon his HTr1mp, Tramp, Trampu W s 1 m X w s m 1 + 4 w + m m x r m + x + s X 4 m m 4 A w 4 K v 1 - S 72 ,QT-- W '14 Tlx 2:4 rr- vk as va: PF fe: rs 44 2.- fhIoIPaPLrE wr: wk an ::: :gg Pix qc HK g, P' liotlier' as Norm-ier lenu ...... . . . . .... . .Don H,f.1ise.',f.m..,1i Chorus - USocinn Nellie Homeu Liid of Lonf Ago... .,... ...... ..Jooenhine Hirst lei D01 rnrcl Csold ierb . . . . . Joe Graznoff HOver Theron Februafy 8, 1945, ine Dssomblf WLS liven ",1 pt b:0O D.m. bf the lOA students. It proved to be very enjoygble. Then woru assisted bv Hr. Anpotti ind Miss Liwhoad. The mist incluoodz Interlocutor ...... . ..HmYley Watson End Aon: 3 mbo .... ...nncclo Forte dufus ..... . .... Leontrd Gulliek Snowball... . ...Clprk Lo Quty Rastus ............ . .......... Lawrence bteohlev Chorus: Robert Yzvlikowsky Bruce Roberts Josenh Anthony, Jr. Czmillo Koss Arley Thorp A 5 it: iffL,lmq a U a 0 o o Q .cglcst C1li.C.'L E Engs.. . . ... ...Billy Angotti Accordion Solo: Eolero in 8 Htjor . . ...August Greynoshy nlnbumg Bouni .... ..Tqu1 Lapoovic Air Raid Warden... ...Aufust Groyhosky Husband... . ..Lloyd Kinder Wife. .......,... . .hrjorie Zpmiskz Property Aides... .. . ..J0hn Thlisky Fernico Buryer Llda Seneca Piano.. . . . .. . .diss Lawhegd as 3 tru t bofore T pnksgiviny holidau, we ull spent an afternoon of onjoyme t on Vovember 25, 1942 when 10 C put on their assembly. They erm assistef FT Miss L rnos on the "Llor?,.:1'n Version of the Jenn .ildent :::'isC:illg:. Elom:.nce" lqrr1tor.... .... ... ......... ...... Lleanor Cousins Priscillw., .... . . . . ...Gloria Conefty John lloen. ..... . ..T1u1 Buckinvhgm iles Strndish .. . . Jul Sebolsky Aunt E tience ...... ....... ...... 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Duet - 'mexocali Rosen - Thelma smith M Sophie Cyonovich 1 On Friday, December ll, l945, VA ind 7B, with the help of Miss Watson and Miss Dumpsno, presented some real talent of their students. flngt- Hier Jirst Eaten Isrggret filson Silvio Conte Joe Airline Dolores Tiberio Jimmy nillhouso Nick Scorze Rochester and Benny. ...John Cook, J. Lopez Louis R ani vOCaH'1 S01-OillrlllCIOllOOllOICOBOl!Olllligctty Style show: HJadamo Chnppoau's Shopningn Nodelsu Joe DiNsrdo.................Boby Doll Botbv Carson... .... ...Bathing Suits Joe Zqrlino..... .........Lvening gown John nommo John Cook ' Agnes Qsuriloff.... . .........Fnrmor's Wife Herhy Qonkins .. ...former Flora wuc7...... . ...Opera Singer Josephine osmha.,, .,Sugnr Daddy fiVo -znznzuk.. , .,,LkdgmQ Chgppegu Artru: Curhort.. ,,, Killer Diller Gump June C11if,.... .. ocioty Babe Eloorw mn1voy........... .... . ...Daughter College Vows: I Allen Byard, diehard Kotulik, Norman Kennedy Colored sons: George hilhy, Louis uagni, John Cook Htflkrfvvftsvhwkfsftlfifvzrrf-Hfleiifws.-2s1svFDrx211441iirr-vslklv-frvlfvk if-tO'X' -X' if- Tl -X41 E444 51 r 111 O O Q ,VHF '54 4484 TIPELE xfiriiivkfkfkiifftevkbisdfxirp2442-as-.-:lax:k2:x+:..:Q4:q:q4:gx:g: A good old-fashioned HChristmes at Dinky's Fletn was presented on Uecember 22, 1943 by the telentod little scholars of Lis. Send's home room. Sante Claus... Lbs. Gilmore.. UU. Gilmere .. mr. Frosh.... Aunt Lhriun... Fresh Children' Ike. Fresh.. Hrs. Boggs., Uncle Josh.. Sembo... A d Xstes... O C Q O O O I O l ..Duene Pinknoy ..Lby Bostich ..Duene Pinkney ..Louis degni ..Lulm.Dechnr ..Petricie Tiberie Allen Eyerd Norman Kennedy ..Helen Osobe ..Adeline Kunzel .Qnrthur Gumbert V .. ornon Homme ..Tommy Hess I h . " 1: - -1 D U Onor of bt, letrieh sv ey, We sew e musical program which Wes splendidly presented by Ars. dicherdson's 9C group. We are proud of the rere musical talent found in 2 Freshmen group. Chorus:-Hwhen irish Eyes Are bmilinau Piano Soloz- HFloWer Songuw - Koxie Lee Conner Chorus:- Ulrelend Must Be Heevenu - Beverly Horne Elorence Verosho Lois Elliot Nola Diamond Helen Wherry Joan MeArdle Vocal Solo - UMother MoCrea - Jane Swagler The Commercial Students with the assistance of Hrs. Currin, ably revised Stephen Foster's folk tunes. Mr. Foster.... ........... ...... ....Bertram Affleck Mrs. Foster.. ...Mary Nucetelli Jeannie ..... . . ...Nirgrinie Mattozzi Mirenda..... ...Lhdeline Williams Susanne... .. ...Alberta Kotulak Violin Solos.. ..Pete Nbczuzek Ink Drops .... . . . . . . . . . . .Bertram Affleck Francis Zajac Pete Maczuzek George Sirko Trumpet Solo... . . .... . ........ .. ...George Sirko 1 i 1 + X A + X X X X e + e x 4 X x x x w x x e x x + X X x x e 1 :ki bk .EL O O Ikvk '4 1014! JF? , , x x x x 4 x x x s w + x + X X QI?lQEi x x Y + x 1 1 x m K m X + x 2 1 l2A, assisted by Mr. Belough gave e verv interesting and original program about the HScum of Europen on February 19, 945. Ginny Lloyd was the character in u humorous skit called NMen or Mouseu? I still don't know the enswer. Then came 'Scenes of Hitler's Lifen in his Vellpeper Hanging Deus girly Soup-boxUDeys of Munich, Germany bpeecn before Kcichsteg German Vote Review of Troops Skit on Conquered Countries Russiin Dishster Downfnll of Hitler or Hitler Being Chased Into Oblivion Ey The Uevil The chzraeters were ns follows nitler ,.................... ..Ed Adamson Gochring ....... .... . . ..slex Bonezoli Goebbels........ ..Teddy Pejec Von Ernuehitsh... ..Velter fi-- hhksimoff Ven Bock ...... .. ..Tom Lowther Announcers ............ ... . . ..DianS Huffman Interpreter ............. ..Jenis Sewers HA Letter From Beteenn.. ...Gloria Hedge On Friday, Lhy 7, l945, 9B fave 1 very humorous Mother's Dey Frogram sponsored by Miss Williams. Melodremnz- nTne Lamp Went Outu Hero .... .. ..Gcorge Rosemier Heroine.. ..Helen Mnrcini Villain.. ...Walter Lebetz Mother... . . ..M1ry Kuper Render ..... ..Nhrgo Rintz Singing Duetz. .. . ..Frenk Sebetieh Y ' Eman Kubene 4 Poem .......... ... . . .... Eleanor Lilley Q 93 Girls Sauer- 4 HI Went A Girln HCnsey Waltzu k UWhen You And I Vere Young HThe Bells of St. lkry'sH 4 Imlggieu t Vocal Solor.. 0,., ....... .. .............. Kubenn, debetich 1 Skit:- Showing difference between oldffeshioned and modern X court ing. X Girl... . ...... . ........ Genevieve DiSimone x Boy ................... ........... Andrew Merichko X The Band played u few numbers. Written by:-Alberta Kotulekg e x X 3 X x x m X x x K K x x x X 1 + + +'+ + x ehgrf Eufefeilf X X 1 x x x K1 KY O 0 O 41 R4 ilk 9 lk 44 14 wk JK Pk 41 lk bk JK X JK JF Dk X IK 42 if PF wk FF if Pk 211 bk YF PK lk JF lk if IF 44 if 41 PK Tk DK Y HK Sk JK 44 lk X PK ff PF 214 42 PF 5- ,lf ' P Ik Ik PF Pk lk wk 'UT4 idx1KPk1K4fHkifHlfi4vk1kPk11TIXP2ff'BXPFXXXXrkfkvkfkkfkvk44 QfNMWERClAL CLQ3 CLUB GF'-'ICTRF3 Pressidemi - .al1geI'ta. 110111531 Sec't Tlqeasurer' - 'Jirgjinia Iiattozzi Reporter' - Nora, Heed Pkiifilfkfkwkbk'lf1K1If34PKPFlkPk1F1kbFPk4PKPFaN411kPkfFvFBF5K1l1 vga -PKC I li- 960 I L I Q I Qs . u I 1.1 Q S Ike? 51.1 , i v O O 1 1 i 1 1 1 4 Y ifrkfif 2k1kPIf'2If2k2l'Pl'f2'PlfP?fa"PlfP!f1lf2lffw'fPlf2k2lf2kfi'PF2lf2kPi'14'vk'Jl'Pi'PkPl' The Commercial Club of the Senior Class of '43 had its first real meeting on November 4, 1942. Prior to that time we had two, rather disconnected and disorganized,Cpurely an understatement, meetings just to see how the idea of a Com- mercial Club would apneal to the Seniors. At this time we elected of3icers,with Helen Sebro acting as President pro tem. Her duty during this meeting was to take the nomina- tions for club officers. After a vote by the members pre- sent, Cno stuffing, either! the results were as slown on the first page of this column. At this meeting we also adopted the Commercial Club Constitution. The amendments are: l. Meetings every Wednesday at 4:00. 2. Dues, five cents a week. 3.fOnlv Commercial Seniors are eligible for membership. 4. When the President is absent the Reporter presides. 5. The members for each succeeding year must be appointed by the members of the preceeding year. 6. Twelve members each year. We had our meetings at regular intervals???? During OHS meeting the members decided that each would purchase pins signifying membership. Someone had the unique idea tlat each teacler in the building that needed a secretary should have one, and so came the time when we drew slips from a box to see who was a secretary for whom. The results were supposed to be a military secret, but I guess that there must have been a few spys lurking just outside the door. The members at present of the club are: Bert Affleck Bernadine Harsrman Alberta Xotulak Pauline Aurnik Naomi Lilley Helen Sebro lrene Sekerak Alverta Troyan Virginia lhttozzi Nora Reed During the corrse of the year we lost one member, Lillian Gossett, irc moved to Martin, Penna. At cther meetings during the year we corrected Typing Budgets, cleaned typewriters, learned to cut stencils, mimeograph, use the duplicator, and change ribbons on t-e tvpewriters. Host of the members were kept quite busy with the work given them by the teachers, but some of us had lives of leisure. 1 The members for next year have been decided upon as follows: Ann Rush Edith Perry Ruth Fildebrand Pauline Gauriloff Dorothy Prosser Shirley Fleming Mildred eotulak Josephine nerashoff - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'kek QPF 'Yak 41? 31? 'Fil Plffkfkri'PYH'ffi'Plf2if1if2fHfA"11f2'4fPYPl'Pif2if2If1ifa"X'i'fh'fP!fPF2Y'V Joeopbine Uarsbalek Dana Cekoriob 11ujjela lJiSimone Sally '.'ligfl1tma1'1 Very soon now, the oerson in the Typing II class vlo has t'e higkost speed averago will get a pin. The pin was bought by the Commercial Club and will bo awarded aoon. Nora Reed 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if -'y 4 . if Y 'Fi lk Ifflf 441 TIPPIE PIf2f2l'Pk1!f2lfPl41ki'PkPl'flf1kflf2k2ifPl'1f1lf2!f2kvk2lf2+f1If2i'1+fPlf2k1lf1lf r l"Nf"P1f"'f 1 ,mf 4.1 A :ll .VK 'I " FD f I rf-'N LJJ WQW ..j.E:J PrQsident---Yvonne Herron Vice ?rQsjdent---Dolores Covalesky SQcFQt4rym--J0sQphine FortQ TTQQSUPQF---Josaphiue Narohalek 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 zlrek 9 :P if if 'F 41. 3 'lf if if ...J a + Y 1 1 1 if 44' Hifi 21'fl'1lf2I'Jlf2if2kXf2lf2If2If2k1l'Pl'2lfikikilkiilkiklkilkifdfikikfkif On August Bl, 1942, Ellsworth High Sdiool welcomed a new librarian from Bellevue, Pennsylvania. Her name was ME s Audrey R. Barnes, ani she had just graduated from the State Teachers College at Clarion, Pennsylvania. Although it is her first year' she can keep that library quiet, so next year wlen you go into the library he ready to be greeted by that smile of hers. During October and November the Library Club c.me into being, and the first thing we did was to elect officers. The members are: Naomi Lilley, Mildred Kmulak, Dorothy Koslashy, Margaret Guzick, Genevieve DeSimone and Angeline Cicci Our semi-monthly meetings began very soon and we decided that our dues waild be 104 a meeting. Our first meetings were spent learning the routine work of how to manage the library. We learned to stamp books, how to take care of fines, over due notices, magazines, and how to shelve and slip books. We were also taught how to use the encyclopedias efficiently and to use UReader's eviden when we needed magazine materials. This proved very helnful to us in our own work as well as helping other students, which was onz of our duties. At this time we d.so learned what a great many things had to be done to a new book before it can go out, ani we hearned the correct procedure for doing so. December proved to be a particularly nice month. For one of our meetings we hada party and decorated the library for Christmas with a tree, a Santa Ch use, and all the trimmings, We then had our feast and Miss Watson and Miss Barnes certainly showed that teachers can be a lot of fun. The rest of the sdiool year we put into practice what we had learned time taxing the library of the club ph nned for to end what V27 E, S in the first inventory of in order for the year one has Library Club. few months. In.lby we snant our spare our 2300 books and checking to See that for the summer. Our offcial d.osing will be our picnic which is now being of the last days of school. With it we ph n been a very successful year of the Ellsworth 2k2if2k2k4f2k'2k2k1kJk1lf1If8fll'2k2lf1lf2If2k2lf1F1kPifikikilfiifilfflffkflffk if 4' TIPPLE T" lk It wk 4: gf if 1 TIPPLE 'P 9 mar afarwxxwwxxwxxxxwf+fF1r'r-+4-2,r,6,k:k+,r+:k+++ fx 'Tf .r- f' 3 5 WX Q ..... Jw FIRST SEMESTER President---Ri Chard Kotula k Vice President---Norman Kennedy Secretary---Anna Butch Treasurer---Helen Chmura SECOND S11 ESTER President---Art Gumbert Vice President---Iflike Maczuzak Treasurer'---Helen Kramer' Secretary---Anna Butch wk if af U wt an 'FT -r-rxafwrarlr:rxJrfrwrrxarzrsrafx+:of4faf:r:r:r:rr4:rL:r:o:r T 4 'Y ,ar 3 If if PY FY 4, ,ft Y' l . Plfflf TIPPLE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if Ik The Art Club was orgaiized the second week of sh ool with X Miss Watson as our soonsor. We elected officers for the first X semeste1 at our first meeting. X I D fl X We also decided to miy five cents ior dues every week, x meeting in the Art Room every Tuesday and Thursday evenings aftqi sm ool. In order to boost our treasury, we sold homemade i jewelry and gave a Thanksgiving party in the Senior High School? building. The monev we made enabled the club members to attend, all of the sdiool activities during the entire year. We still 1 have six dollars in the bank to start next year off with a X bank! x 1 The Art Club hada large number of members this yetr, they X were: X 1 Pirie Yurhovich Anna Yurkovich Jim Hillhouse Anna Butch Alice Ryan Arthur Gumbert Mike Naczuzak Norman Kennedy Joe DiNardo Flora Lucy Joe Zarlino Joseohine Beale Ve hope to see even a bi I year. P. 3. Don't forget, we have year! Nellie Brandt 1 Jadc Vomme June Clark X Ann Nemeth x Richard Kotulak x Hd.en Kramer Pk 1 Allen Byard X Agnes Gauriloff i 3-lia Decker 1 Lillian evans Joe Cook Y Eldora Hcavoy Y ik Club next I Ik gger and a better nrt 1 Yours truly Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ik Arthur Grmbert YlGum-ps!! six dollars left to spend next PY if if Ik 4' if :lf PF 2lf1l'2If2klk2I'24'1lf1l'4'1l'1'1l'Pk1lf1l'1if1k2l'1l'2k2if4'2i'2kPlf4'1ifJlf2if4f 1 1 . , . .- . Pk :lf 1 9 1 1 3 1 IFPY1' 'Fli' Ii' if 2Y21fPlf2k2kP!fPF2!f2ifPlfPYPlf2lf1f1i"lf2lf1lfPki'3fPk1-Y1kf!'4fPlfa"2if2lfPi'4fPlf4'a"4' ik Pk if IF Ik ik Ik 4' lk 1' 1 Dk Pk lk 'lf Pk ,lf Ik 'lf Ik Ik ik if 4' lk JF HF lk . Ik Dk IF if Ik Ik Ik if IF if if HF Ik ik ll' PF Pk Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 Y 1 1 1 I llf JUNIOR DANCE T 1 The Juniors, vetoing a semi-formal dance, decided to make X it informal because they thought the attendance would be too X small if they decided on the former. X The music was furnished by Stan Vinton, which ti. by the way, i was better Euan expected. His vocalist, Toni Dale, had quite a good voice. The hours were from 8:30 to ll:OO. 1 The decorations were very apnropriate. Various camouflage + decorations werez- a cabbage head - a garbage can - poison-ivy W plant - trees - and some odd-looking animal. There were planes1 bombs and parachutists hanging from the ceiling in marvelous + array. The stage was surrounded by barb-wire. 1 And now for the dirt which I am sure you are all anxious + to hear. Y -Qhirley Yarris and Qrancis Zajac dance well together. Why + don't tHe"tr?'Tt again at the Senior Eall??? 1 J 3 l noticed Qetty-Qague ',,' was blue until Qlenlgluttgr came a- 1 long and then sre penned up marvelously. What does Glen have 1 Betty, that Qeorgg-Qirkg hasn't? 1 Then there were the usual couples such as Qiriam Millgr 1 - Dave Qauriloff, Qianagguffman - Ed Adamson-, Qorothy Pgosser 1 - isllafrlwafal, Mallialllg Z.a12.aea - :lQl1.Q.QQ.11L- T ff Does the student body agree with me tlat QQL-Qalgggh and 1 Qisg-Qarngs make a nice couple? Especially when they dance. 1 Some of the faculty appeared I hope they all come to our 1 Senior Ball??? Do you like to do the polka, Miss Watson? 1 I wonder why Qghg-Qgdlak always makes a late'appeaTancev 1 Is it because he wants to be noticed? 1 Qgseohine Qerashoff and Harry-Qetgrsgn got along swell all 1 evening until Qggllgglggggllgii decided it was time to cut in. + Vas Jane Swagler teaching Paul Tokar how to polka or vice + versa? """""" """"" 1 Who was the girl with you, George Qirko? T noticed you + didn't care to dance, either. "'-" " 1 Well I will sign off with apologies to those who become 1 angry with me for mentioning their little affairs but after 1 all it's the truth. 1 1 P.S, We had quite a few Uentlevville students as guests who 1 thought it was too boring for words. Well l'm sure 1 all the rest enjoyed themselves. 1 1 Alberta Kotulak 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 c JY X ,gg ,gf tl Y PHL +9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SENIOR CLASS DAY PROGRAM Y John Sedlak - announcer Y 1 Theme song written to the tune of the HArmy Air Corps Songn i Commercialsz- by Naomi Lilley 'i l. Whiz 4. Fitch Shampoo 1 2. Rinso 5, Virginia Dare . i ' 3, pgpgi C013 6. Dads Old-fashioned Root Beer-If 1 Nmrch Of Time - Class History - Alverta Troyan 1 Visit to Soutn America 7 Il Toreador I hatidor - fa ter Mahsimoff Bull , Bibe Dorazio. 1 Picodora - George Lipscomb A ex Bonazoli 1 Capadoro - Tom Guzick 1 Ginpv Simms:- by Janis Sewers . I voldiers to be: Those answering the Phones- I Jonn Sedlak Alberta Kotrlak 1 George Lipscomb Miss Tumpane 1 Ted Stechley Madeline Villiamsn 1 Inner Sanctum:- by George Lipscomb I Prophecies - Ginny Lloyd 1 Abbot - Ted Stechley 1 :YC at Costella - John Sedlak 1 Bureau od Missing Persons 1 Class Will - Jean Elliot 1 ll Key presented to Junior Class 1 Hour o? Charm 1 Vivlan ' frances Rqberfs Evelyn - Mary Nuccetelli i laxine - Betty Dague 1 UFor Me And My Galn - Trio 1 HNoonlight Becomes Youu - Chorus W 3HbY SUOOKS - Naomi Lilley and Daddy - Bert Affleck Y 1 Playa- K Larzan th? 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