Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)
- Class of 1942
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SALUTE TO THE FLAG
I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER
Oh, say can you see, by the dawn’s early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fight, O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air.
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
On the shore, ditnly seen through the mists of the deep, Where the foe’s haughty host in dread silence reposes. What is that which the breeze, o’er the towering steep. As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?
Now it catches the gleam of the morning’s first beam, In full glory reflected now shines on the stream:
‘Tis the Star Spangled Banner, oh long may it wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
Oh, thus be it ever when free men shall stand Between their loved homes and the war’s desolation!
Blest with vict’ry and peace, may the heav’n-rescued land Praise the pow’r that hath made and preserved us a nation! Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just;
And this be our motto: “In God is our trust!”
And the Star Spangled Banner in triumph shall wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
—Francis Scott KeyTHE 1942 REFLECTOR
FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Published by the Senior Class Farrell Senior High School Farrell, Pennsylvania Twenty-sixth EditionDEDICATION
To the alymni, the students, and the members of the faculty in the armed services of our country, we dedicate The 1942 Reflector in appreciation of their patriotism, their sacrifices, and their devotion to the preservation of those ideals that we cherish.FARRELL MEN IN SERVICE
Arthur Adair Elmer It. Adams Ernest J. Addis Lindo E. Agosti Catherine Alongi Carl Andree George D. Andree George B. Andrews Thomas A. Androsko Martin Andrusky, Jr. William H. Arnold John Asafaylo Nick Asafaylo Stephen Asafaylo John N. Askerneese
Nicholas Bain Eugene J. Barber John Bartolon Edward Basta Mike Begovich Homer E. Bender James Berkovich Arthur Berkowitz John E. Bialko Anthony Bich Andrew Billak Clifford E. Black William Blazius Harold Bobby Andrew Bobish Andrew Bogdan Andrew Bohach Stanley 0. Bombeck, Jr. Audre E. Bonce Charles Bordy Walter P. Borysewicz John Bovard William Bowers Nick Bralich, Jr.
Charles S. Brysh Joseph Bubba John Bubrik William Buckley Steve Budanka John Burgoon Frank Burich George Burich Ignatius Burich Thomas Burich, Jr.
Anthony Cagno Carl Cagno John R. Caminiti Franklin B. Campbell Thomas F. Caniff William Capitol Frank A. Caputo Cyprien C. Carre. Jr. Louis Caruso Eugene A. Cashier Ralph J. Casicato Julius A. Casimino Fred Steve Ceslak Dr. Joseph Chervinko I eonard Chess Joseph A. Chintella Jarin Cica John Ciesulski Mike Cilas, Jr.
Samuel Colundjia Robert T. Conner Eugene W. Cooke Walter Cross Joseph Czerwiec D
Edward P. David Nicholas T. David Arthur R. Davies William E. Dear, Jr. Joseph DeGregorio Ann Deluchi Henry De Martinis Rocco De Rose hrank Desput Robert W. Dignan Samuel A. Di Silvio William Dizdar Myron Dmohoski Arthur J. Doddato August J. Doddato Frederick F. Dondero h rank Drivere Edward Duruttya E
Edward Evans Michael W. Evans Paul F. Evans F
Joseph Fahr William Fahr William H. Flynn Matthew Frankovitch Phillip Freedman Alexander G. Frew, Jr. Archie Frew, Jr.
David E. Gallagher Vincent Gallicchio George H. Garfunkel Joseph S. Gaydek Charles J. Gaydosh Joseph J. Geiak Joseph Geletka Stephen Geletko Emanuel Gelfand Blaine George Otto Germandik William L. Getsie William Gilliland Robert E. Glover Richard L. Glover Joseph Gornik George Gotch Paul Gotch Charles Gracenin Joseph Grande Michael A. Grande George N. Grgurich William I. Griffith Wenceslas A. Gryc Bennie Guanciale Rocco A. Gugliotto Edward R. Gutowski H
Albert E. Hagerty Stanley Haniak Albert M. Harenchar Walter A. Heiges Stanley J. Herrick Cornell Sever Hertza Mollie Hesko Rudolph Hesko
Joseph Hetra William R. Hinkin John Hnida Joseph Hnida Stewart J. Hoak Joseph P. Hornyak Michael Hornyak Alfred C. Hunter Blair Frank Hursh William Hyatt I
Anthony J. Infante J
Jay L. Jackson Leo David James Jack Jenkins Jacob V. Jesano Harry E. Johnson Wesley Johnson Paul E. Johnston Harry E. Joho K
Paul J. Karabincik Edward Karolewski Andrew J. Karol Stephen T. Karol Alois Karpinski Michael Kavulla John H. Klein Lawrence C. Kerins Charles Kerlek Joseph R. Kocis Michael G. Kohut Michael Kolesar Michael J. Komar Thomas Koncar Stephen E. Koran Steve Kovac Andrew J. Kovach Stanley J. Kowlaczyk George Krayniak John Krayniak Stephen M. Kristonko Joseph Krojecic Andrew Krukar John Krukar William Kulchycki Joseph A. Kulnis L
Norman W. Lait Elias L. Lampros Carl Landa Irwin Lange Albert E. Laslow Norman C. Lee Thomas Lee Joseph Levine Charles F. Levitt Clyde W. Levitt Harold E. Levitt Thomas J. Levitt Ralph J. Leyshock Chester J. Linonis John Losik Carl S. Low John Lucas M
John C. Madura Joseph R. Madura Chester F. Magnotto Benjamin Malinoski Vincent Marcello John Marinovich, Jr.FARRELL MEN IN SERVICE
Frank Markosich Carl A. Marks Nicholas Matavieh George Mayerchak Walter C. McCartney Francis H. McCloskey Wilbert McCoy Edward J. McCusky Michael A. McCusky John Meleky, Jr.
Even Mihailovich Steve Mikota Walter Milankovich Joseph Miller Theodore J. Miller Steve Milojevich Peter J. Mirizio Michael J. Missik Steve Missik Obie Mitchell Frederick Mitcheltree Joseph P. Mohney Thomas Moore Albert Morocco Anceto Morocco Daniel A. Morocco Louis A. Morocco Louis J. Morocco Kenneth R. Morrison Walter Mrozek Theodore E. Mull George Munro, Jr.
Herman Nathan Maurice Nathan Joseph Naydusak Samuel Nicastro Frank Norris Richard Norris Alex J. Notz Jacob Notz, Jr. Matthew F. Notz Joseph Novocal James H. Nugent O
William K. O’Hare Raymond Orlando Nelson T. Owens P
George Palik John Palis Anthony Pandza Thomas Papay Alphonso Passaro Frank A. Perdian Angelo R. Perry, Jr. Frank A. Petuk Francis L. Picciotto Hugo G. Pisegna William J. Plaster Michael P. Popadak Paul P. Popadak Sabin N. Popovich John H. Popp Michael A. Poranda Clarence Preston Leo Pritz Benjamin Prizant Morris A. Prizant Sidney N. Prizant
Louis Prizant Ray C. Prosser, Jr. Joseph P. Pruent Patrick Pruent
George Leo Quinn
Nello Raketich Louis Reda Andrew J. Repas David Rhames Eli A. Richards Clarence W. Riffer Michael Rimko Edward Robich Leroy Robinson Frank Rocco Dwight Robson James H. Rodgers George Rogozan John Roman Nick Roman Arthur Rongo Carl Roth William Roth Frank Ruggiero Henry M. Rupert Martin D. Rupert Michael T. Rupert Anthony Russo
Carl J. Sabo Paul J. Sabo Alfred S. Salatino Albert E. Samball William Sanders Michael Sanitate Alfred Santell Harvey Saunders Frank J. Scar mack Frederick W. Schenker Eugene Schrieber Newell E. Scott Harry R. Sherwood J. Frank Sherwood, Jr. Cyril M. Sholtis Eugene Siciliano Steve Sincek Victor Skladanek Walter A. Skrypski John O. Slezak Andrew S. Smegal Eugene H. Smith George Smith Paul B. Sokolak William Soose Frank Sopko Gabriel Sopko Joseph Sopko Donald W. Spangler Bernard J. Speizer Matthias A. Spisak Louis E. Squatrito John L. Stabile Edward N. Stanger Anthony Stapinski Anthony Stawaisz Napoleon J. Steele George Stepanchak Ernest L. Steverson
Elvin L. Stewart John II. Stinson Stanley Stoner Matthew Stransky Matthew Sucich Edward Supel Raymond J. Swiecinski Frank S. Szabo John Szabo Joseph Szabo Joseph Szabo Zolton E. Szabo T
Milo A. Tarley Milton R. Taylor Frank Testa Edward Thomas Howard O. Thompson Edwin M. Thorn Francis R. Tobias Charles Tomich Nick L. Trotta Carmine A. Tucci Ernest Turanyi William Turk U
Francis F. Valetich Albert F. Validzich Armando J. Vance S. Woodrow VanEman John Varvarich William J. Vatavuk Anthony J. Verneille Nick Vintila John Vozarik W
Walter P. Wachter Randolph C. Walker Peter A. Wasko Sidney A. Weiss George M. Weyer Eugene White Elmer E. Wharton Jules M. Wilkes Morgan Williams Russell Williams Norman J. Winters Louis P. Wolfe Norman E. Wright
Dominic J. Yacullo John J. Yanak Harry J. Yankovich Mike Yevchak Joseph Yelovach George Yonchak Paul Yonchak Walter Yourema Albert Yu rich Z
Albert Zabadal Walter J. Zaborowski Carl Zappa Clyde Zappa John J. Zappa Leo J. Zappa
Edward W. Zimmerly, Jr. Charles W. Zubych
Courtesy of the Farrell Selective Service Board and the Alumni Association This list of Service Men was printed as of April 10, 1942.ADMINISTRATION★ ★★★★★★★★
BOARD OF EDUCATION
ANTHONY C. TORTORETE President
GEORGE VEKMEIKE DR. LOUIS R. LANDAY
Vice President Treasurer
HARRY C. TENNANT EDWARD THOMAS
CARROLL D. KEARNS
Superintendent of Farrell Schools B.A., University of Chicago; B.S., Westminster College M.M., Chicago Musical College; M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh★ ★★★★★★★★
TO THE GRADUATES OF 1942
You, the members of the graduating Class of 1942, hear a very special significance to me as Superintendent of Schools, because you are the first class to graduate under my tenure of office in Farrell. For that reason I am and always shall be especially interested in your future progress, as a class and individually.
During the past few months, you have witnessed many changes in the world situation some of which have been reflected in your own experiences. Just as grief and sorrow are sometimes needed before one seeks comfort in prayer, so danger and restriction too frequently must be faced before one comes to a realization of his many blessings and opportunities. The present world crisis has made us all more vitally aware of the innumerable privileges of living under a democratic system of government. Likewise I know that it has made each of you more appreciative of the years of schooling guaranteed to you by that democracy.
An educated citizenry is the life blood of a democracy, and the strength of democracy to survive is in direct ratio to the significance and attainment of the ideals of its populace. Those ideals, for the most part, are acquired and become fixed during one’s school years. They comprise the greatest wealth that you take with you when you graduate, the most valuable contribution which your education has offered you. They are yours not only to cherish but to preserve, for no one can take them from you, except by yolir own will. At the close of this war and conflict, when material things shall have been swept away, one’s ideals will be one’s only treasury of value.
My message to you is this — that you place your ideals high within the scheme of things and that you not be content short of the achievement of those goals. It is no compliment to do better than you ever did before if what you are doing is inferior to that which you could accomplish. A basketball team, in spite of a multiplicity ot laurels, is not a championship squad unless it plays the hall of champions. But while an individual or a group might maintain an existence without exercising high principles, a democracy cannot even survive; it can only die, when its ideals collapse and illiteracy becomes paramount.
Thus it is upon you, the educated youth of America, that the future of democracy rests. Determine your ideals and determine to “keep ’em flying”. Then I, with all the Farrell school population can greet you and say YOU HAVE GRADUATED GLORIOUSLY.
CARROLL D. KEARNS
—10—W. W. IRWIN
On September 1, 1941, after fifteen years of faithful service as Superintendent of the Farrell Public Schools, Mr. W. W. Irwin, teacher and administrator for forty-five years, retired. Students, teachers, alumni, and friends wish Mr. Irwin many happy years of well-earned leisure.
W. R. ANDERSON
Senior High School Principal A.B.. Grove City College; M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh
—12—MRS. V. ARMSTRONG
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Director of the Orchestra. Instructor on String Instruments. B.M., Grove City Collide. New York University. Pennsylvania State College. Carnegie Institute of Technology. Advisor of Music Contestants.
HARRY A. BERKOWITZ
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Problems of Democracy. A.B.. M.Ed.. University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the Student Council.
R. W. BRENNEMAN
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Mechanical Drawing. Industrial Arts. B.S.. California State Teachers College. Coach of Varsity Tennis.
MARY J. BROWN
Farrell, Pennsylvania. I atin I. II. IV. English I. A.B., Thiel College.
SARAH A. COOLEY
Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. Biology. B.S.. Westminster College. A.M.. Columbia University. Member of the A.A.A.S.
LEE ROY P. DAY
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Senior Science. B.S.. M.S.. Washington-.Ief-
ferson College. University of Pittsburgh. Life Member of the National Education Association. Member of the American Football Coaches Association. Coach of Varsity Football and Track. Assistant Coach of Wrestling.
FLORENCE B. DONLIN
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Typewriting. Shorthand. A.B.. Allegheny College. Meadville Commercial College.
RALPH E. DRESCH
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Problems of Democracy. A.B.. Indiana University. M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania State College. Advisor of the Hi-Y Club. Director of Athletics.
JAMES W. DUNLOP
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Director of Music. Director of Band. Director of Boys Glee Club. Instructor on Brass, Woodwind and Percussion Instruments. B.S.M.. Mansfield State Teachers College. M.M.. University of Michigan. President of the Pennsylvania School Music Association. Advisor of Music Contestants.
Farrell. Pennsylvania. English III. A.B.. Pennsylvania State College. University of Wisconsin, M.Litt.,
University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the Sophomore Class. Associate Advisor of “The Night Rider.”
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Business Economics. Commercial Geography. General Typewriting. B.S.. Carnegie Institute of Technology. Westminster College. Grove City College. University of Wisconsin. University of Pittsburgh. Business Manager of "The Night Rider.”
MARTHA F. GOLDEN
Greenville. Pennsylvania. English II. A.B., Thiel College. Columbia University, Carnegie Institute of Technology Library School. Advisor of I Poetry Reading Contestants.
ANGELO M. GRANDE
Farrell, Pennsylvania. English I. A. B.. Grove City College. M. A., University of Alabama. Advisor of the Cheer Leaders. Advisor of Lunch Periods.
MARY LOUISE HICKEY
Clarendon. Pennsylvania. Physical Education. Health. A.B.. Pennsylvania State College. Advisor of Supervised Play. Advisor of Intramural Basketball.
BESSIE J. HUMMER
Titusville. Pennsylvania. General Mathematics. A.B.. Allegheny College. A.M.. Columbia University. Pennsylvania State College. Mem-lier of the A.A.A.S.
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Modern European History. American History. A.B.. Westminster College.
MRS. MARY T. JONES
Grove City. Pennsylvania. Shorthand. Typewriting. B.S.C.. Grove City College. Advisor of the Tri-Hi-Y Club.
PAUL A. KOMAR
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Art. A.B. Thiel College, Indiana Stale Teachers College.
TUDOR E. LEWIS
Farrell. Pennsylvania. General Bookkeeping. Commercial law. A.B.. Westminster College. Pennsylvania State College. Coach of Varsity Basketball.
—14—ANNAROSE B. MORACA
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Biology. B.S.. College of New Rochelle. Columbia University.
ANTHONY PAULEKAS, JR.
Farrell. Pennsylvania. American History. M«xlern European History. B.S., Washington Jefferson College. University of Pittsburgh. Member of American Football Coaches Association. Assistant Coach of Football ami Track. Coach of Wrestling.
IRENE M. PETRICK
Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Home Economics. Vocational Home Economics. B.S.. Seton Hill College, Pennsylvania State College.
ANTHONY J. PINTAR
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Mathematics. B.S.. Grove City College. University of Pittsburgh.
HARRY G. PIRRUNG
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Chemistry, Physics. Chemistry for Nursing. Washington-Jefferson College. B.S.. Thiel College. M.E I.. University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State College.
MARY EDNA REYNOLDS
Grove City, Pennsylvania. Librarian. A.B.. Grove City College, Pennsylvania State College.
MARGARET V. ROUX
Farrell. Pennsylvania. French I, II. A.B.. Seton Hill College. Columbia University. University of Paris. France. Societe des Profes-yeurs Francaise en Ameriquc. European Travel Study. President of the Modern language Teachers of Midwestern Section of Pennsylvania State Education Association. Advisor of the State Scholarship Contestants.
MILDRED A. ROUX
F a r re I I. Pennsylvania. General Mathematics. English I. A.B.. Westminster College. Edinhoro State Teachers College. Pennsylvania State College. Advisor of Lunch Periods.
MRS. LAURA B. SADLER
Indiana, Pennsylvania. General Home Economics. Vocational Home Economics. B.S.. Indiana State Teachers College.
MARY V. SCARDINA
Farrell. Pennsylvania. English I. II. Lilt., B.. drove City College. Westminster College, Pennsylvania State College. University of Pennsylvania. Delegate to National Council of English Teachers.
WOODROW VAN EMAN
Grove City. Pennsylvania. Shorthand. Commercial Geography. Office Practice. B.S.C.. Grove City College. Pennsylvania State College, University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the Student Patrol. Enlisted in the United States Navy. February. 1942.
VAUGHN E. WAGNER
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Bookkeeping I. II. B.S.C.. Grove City College University of Pittsburgh. Assistant Football Coach.
ERNEST I. SCHROT
Clearfield. Pennsylvania. Business Mathematics. Ix)ck Haven State Teachers College. East Stroudsburg State Teachers College. Indiana State Teachers College. B.S., Pennsylvania State College. M.Ed.. University of Pittsburgh.
HELENA E. SPISAK
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Choral Music. H.S.M . Indiana State Teachers College. Northwestern University. Advisor of the Girls Chorus.
WILLIAM J. THOMAS
Farrell, Pennsylvania. Modern European History. Journalism. A.B.. Westminster College. M.Ed.. University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of “The Night Rider.“
JULIA S. WALLACE
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Modern Eu-roi ean History. American History. Washington Seminary. A.B., B.S.,
Muskingum College. European Tra-vel Study. Member of American Poetry Society. Advisor of the Declamation Contestants. Advisor of the Junior Class
ESTHER A. R. ZENTZ
Farrell. Pennsylvania. English III. A.B.. Certificate in Music. Thiel College, University of Pittsburgh. Life Member of the National Education Association. Advisor of the Senior Class. Director of Clans Plays. Advisor of "The Reflector" Staff. Advisor of the Cap and Gown Committee.
JOSEPH C. TOM MINS
Farrell. Pennsylvania. Health. Physical Education. B.S.. University
of Pittsburgh. Westminster College, Pennsylvania State College. Advisor of Supervised Play. Director of Intramural Basketball.
—16—FARRELL PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL: John Hetra, principal; Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Mrs.
Victoria Barbu, Emma Bobby, George Dvoryak, Mary Freebie, Mrs. Mildred Grande, Alice Griffith, Helen Grimes, Genevieve M. Heagney, Anthony J. Kilbert, Paul Komar, Lillian Leyshon, Mrs. Hannah Lucas, Stephen T. Marin, Margaret Martini, Thomas E. McDougall, August Miller, Helen L. Sage, Margaret Sage, Lewis G. Sarcinella, Mrs. Evelyn Schenk, Edna Short, Charles Snyder, Bessie Struck, Grace Struck, Mrs. Alberta Tate.
LINCOLN BUILDING: Mrs. Elizabeth Broderick, principal; Mrs. Rose Ballan, Ellen
Fritchman, Mrs. Anne Hollingsworth, Myrtle B. Rosenblum, Elizabeth R. Rudley, Gladys Tennant, M. Agnes Wheeler.
PARGNY BUILDING: Mrs. Nan Scowden, principal; Rose Bianco, Gwendolyn
Brown, Mary M. Davis, Mrs. Margaret J. Doerr, Lillian Garfunkel, Gwendolyn M. Leyshon, Sara B. Rosenberg, Anita Salanti, Sylvia Schermer, Mrs. Mildred Wagner, Mrs. Bernice S. Zahniser.
ECKLES BUILDING: Mrs. Hazel McCreary, principal; Geraldine Bianco, Pearl E.
Fowler, Ann Hetra, Roberta C. Hunter, Nedra C. Ingram, Ida Nugent, Mrs. May Richards.
J. A. FARRELL BUILDING: Florence E. Arkwright, acting principal; Mrs. Bertha
Bilkey, Hazel C. Bracken, Mrs. Helen S. Davis, Catherine Geletka. Rose M. Grande, Mrs. Myrtle Karr, Mrs. Nancy Nickolazas, Margaret E. Reese, Florence I. Schell, Mildred Sarcinella, William White.
SPECIALS: Alice Nicolls, director of elementary education; Wilbur V. Bauer, art
director; Celia G. Burns, school nurse; Dr. A. B. Wiercinski, school physician; Mary Louise Hickey, director of physical education; Joseph Tommins, director of physical education; Helena E. Spisak, choral music; James W. Dunlop, director of music.
Secretary to the Superintendent Farrell Hitfh School Shenanjro Valley Commercial Institute
Secretary to the Principal B.B.A.. Westminster College Grove City College
MRS. K. BRENNEMAN
Secretary to Mr. George Wetherstein Farrell Hitrh School
Farrell Senior Hi«h School
— 17—★ ★★★★★★★★
On Thursday, September 25, 1941, impressive ceremonies were held at the Farrell Senior High School to mark the official launching of a flag raising program which will be conducted daily as a measure of stirring the patriotism of the student body and gaining increased respect for the flag of our nation. The entire student body gathered on the front lawn of the building to hear the program.
The Flag raising and lowering has been conducted each day at eight thirty-five in the morning and at four ’oclock in the afternoon by the Boy Scouts and the bugler under the direction of Thomas Tortorctc. Flags have been placed in every Home Room where the students and the teachers give the pledge of allegiance at the conclusion of the daily ceremonies. In giving the pledge of allegiance, the school is directed by Principal W. R. Anderson.
The idea of the daily flag raising program was originated by Superintendent Carroll D. Kearns through the cooperation of the Board of Directors and the members of the faculty.
FLAG RAISING PROGRAM
Occasion....................................... Superintendent Carroll D. Kearns
Remarks ................................................... Mayor Lewis Levine
Introduction of the Board of Directors..........Superintendent Carroll D. Kearns
Remarks ......................................... Chief of Police John J. Sposito
The American Flag .................................. Principal W. R. Anderson
Scout Program .................................... Directed by Thomas Tortorete
Chairman of the Scout Committee of Farrell Troop 27
Remarks........................... Mercer County Boy Scout Executive. Paul Stolz
"Reveille” ................................................ Paul Turner, Bugler
“The Star Spangled Banner” ........................... Farrell High School Band
Directed by James W. Dunlop
CLASS OF 1942
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SENIORS ARE WE
—20—CLASS OF 1942
JOHN PETRILLO General
Class President 3: Football Reserves 1. 2: Class Basketlmll Teams I. 2. 3: Play Ticket Committee 3: Prom Committee 2; Dance Committee 2. 3: Reflector Staff 3 : Homecoming Committee 3 : Dance Ticket Committee 3.
EUGENE GRECO Commercial
Vice President 3: Cheerleader 1. 2: Class Basketball Team 2: Mixed Chorus 1 : Glee Club 1 : Orchestra 2. 3; Band 2: “Night Rider" Staff 1 : Class Play 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Prom Committee 3.
GOLDIE C. MIKULIN Commercial
Class Secretary 1. 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3: Latin Club 1 : Student Forum 2; "Night Rider" Manager 1. 2: Office Assistant 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 1 : Prom Committee 2 : Homecoming Dance Committee 3 : Class Play 2: Play Ticket Committee 3: Homecoming
Queen’s Attendant 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
LENA MAZZOTTI Academic
Class Secretary 2: Class Historian 1. 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3: Student Council 2: Press Club 2, 3 ; “Night Rider” Staff 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 ; Prom Committee 2 : Teacher’s Secretary 3 : Ring Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3 ; American legion Award Medal 3.
CLASS FLOWER Red Rose
CLASS MOTTO Be Prepared
CLASS COLORS Blue and White
CLASS ADVISOR Miss Zentz★ ★★★★★★★★
ANDROSKO AVRIL BABOS BACON BALACK
MILDRED ADAMCHICK Academic
French Club 2: Latin Club 1. 2: Librarian Assistant 1: Teacher’s Secretary 2.
ORA JEAN ADAMS Home Economics
Band 2. 3; Orchestra 2. 3; Cap and Gown Committee 2: Monitor 1 : Reflector Staff 3.
Monitor 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : "Night Rider” Staff 3.
SHIRLEY ALBERT Commercial
Schenley High School. Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, 1. 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Invitation Committee 3.
PAUL ANDREWS General
DOROTHY M. ANDROSKO Commercial
Mixed Chorus 2 : Girin' Chorus 3 ; Reflector StaflT 3 : Prom Committee 2; Cap and Gown Committee 2; Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Dance Committee 3.
MARIE AVRIL Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Monitor 1. 2 : Mixed Chorus 2 : Office Assistant 3 : Homecoming Queen’s Attendant 2: Homecoming Queen 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
ELMER E. BABOS General
Hi-Y Club 3 : Music Contestant 1. 2: Band 1, 2, 3 ; Orchestra 2: District Band 2.
ELEANORE P. BACON Commercial
Mixed Chorus 2: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Cap anti Gown Committee 2: Monitor 1. 2. 3: Drum Majorette 2. 3; Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Dance Committee 3.
Student Forum 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Stage Committee 3.
MILDRED M. BANJAK Commercial
BRONKO T. BARR General
Sharon High School 1, 2.: Rifle Club 2: Mirror Staff 2: Gym Exhibition 1, 2: Intra-mural Basketball 3: Monitor 2: Movie Projectionist 2 : Fire Squad 3: Reflector Staff 3 : Traffic Squad 3: Glee Chib 3; Wrestling Team 3: Dance Committee 3.
ANNE M. BASTECKY Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3: French Club 1. 2: Monitor 1: Girls Chorus 1. 2. 3 : Girls’ Octette 2 : Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Prom Committee 2: Class Basketball Team 1. 2: Play Ticket Committee 3 ; Student Council 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
LOUISE R. BATER Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 1 : Class Basketball Team 1. 2: Volley Ball Team 1, 2: Girls’ Chorus 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2:
Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Dance Committee 2. 8 : Pro- %
gram Committee 2: Monitor 1 : Girls’ Octette 2 : Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 ; Office Assistant 3.
—22—EUGENE BECHTOLD Academic
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Monitor 1 : Student Council 1. 2. 3: Dance Committee 3 : Glee Club 3.
ANTHONY J. BENCIVENGO General
Monitor 1 ; WrtmtliiiK Team 1, 2, 3.
SELMA BOHN Commercial
Cap and Gown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3: Dance Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
CHARLES BORAWSKI General
MAKY JANE BERTELLI Commercial
Monitor 1 : Student Council 3 : Dance Committee 3.
ANTHONY J. BIBLIS Commercial
(Mass Basketball Team 2. 3 : Basketball Reserves 2: Varsity Football Team I. 2. 3 : Varsity Track Team 1. 2.
MARY ANNE BILICH Commercial
Art Club 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2: Prom Committee 2: Club Basketball Team 1. 2: Teacher’s Secretary 2, Reflector Staff 3.
FRANK P. BILLAK General
Varsity Football Team 2. 3: Track Team 3.
JAMES BLACKWELL General
Class Basketball Team 2 : Track Team 1. 2. 3 : Glee Club 2.
WILLIAM J. BLAIR
Student Council 3.
GENEVA BOATNER Academic
Mixed Chorus 1, 2: l atin Club 1: Play Ticket Committee 3 ; Reflector Staff 3: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Class Basketball Team 1 : Concert. 1.
ELINOR BOBBY Commercial
Mixed Chorus 1. 3 : Club Basketball Team 1 : Student Council 2: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Prom Committee 2: Tri-Hi Y Club S; Stay: Committee 3: R fl ctnr Staff 3.
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Monitor 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Teacher’s Secretary 2 : Prom Committee 2 : Stajre Committee 3 ; Play Ticket Committee 8.
BOATNER BOBBY. E. BOBBY. M BOHN BORAWSKI
JOHN BOSCO General
Monitor 1 : Movie Projectionist 2, 3.
JOHN BRESKY Commercial
Class Basketball Team 1 : Track Team 1 : Monitor 1 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Dance Ticket Committee 3 ; Safety Patrol 1, 2.
BOSCO BRESKY BROWN BUCKALEW BULLOCK
CARLY CHINTELLA CHRIST ELLO CHRISTIE
MARY LOIS BROWN Commercial
Charleroi High School, Charleroi, Pennsylvania. 1. 2 ; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3; Chorus 1, 2. 3: Literary Contestant 1, 2: Homecoming Queen’s Attendant 3: Reflector Staff 3: Play Ticket Committee 3 : Mid-Western Chorus 3.
GERTRUDE M. BUCKALEW General
Sharon High School. Sharon. Pennsylvania. 1, 2: Sports Club 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2.
FRANCES BULLOCK Commercial
Monitor 2. 3 : Librarian Assistant 1 : Prom Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
DE ETTA M. BURT Vocational Home Economics
Mixed Chorus 1: Monitor 2: Reflector Staff 3; Cap and Gown Committee 2 ; Variety Club 3.
MICHAEL CAGNO General
Wrestling Team 3.
IRA CAMP Academic
Meadville High School. 1. 2; Gas Model Club 2.
PHYLLIS M. CAPOZZOLI Commercial
Student Forum 1 : Press Club 2. 3 : Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3: "Night Rider" Staff 3.
"Night Rider" Manager 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Reflector Staff 3 : Dance Committee 3.
PAUL R. CARLY, JR. Commercial
Safety Patrol 1 : Fire Patrol 1 : Class Basketball Team 2 : Student Council 2.
ANDREW CHINTELLA General
GRACE M CHRISTELLO General
Librarian Assistant 2, 3: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Girls’ Chorus 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Dance Committee 3.
PETE CHRISTIE Commercial
Play Ticket Committee 3.
JULIA CHRISTOFF Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3 : Student Forum 2: Student Council 1 Reflector Staff 8 : Mixed Chorus 2 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 Class Play 2, 3 : Prom Committee 2 : Office Assistant 3 Play Ticket Committee 3.
HELEN MARY CIOCA Commercial
Monitor 1 : Mixed Chorus 2.
TESS1E COLE Commercial
Cap and fiown Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
ESTELLE COLEMAN Commercial
Reflector Staff 3.
JOSEPH R. CONTICELLI General
Monitor 1. 2. 8.
MARY CRISAN Academic
French Club I. 2: I-atin Club 1 : Monitor 1. 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Art Club 1 : Dance Committee 3.
THERESA M. CRISTELLI Commercial
ETHEL CURRIE General
Band 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
ROSE MARIE DARLINGTON Commercial
Drum Majorette 2, S : Mixed Chorus 2. 3 : A Cappella Choir 2: Girls’ Chorus 3; Sunshine Minstrel 2: Reflector Staff 3.
HATTIE B. DAVIS General
JAMES R. DAVIS Academic
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Class Basketball Team 1 : Basketball Manager 1. 2. 3; Prom Committee 2: "Night Rider" Start 2 : Student Council 3.
JUNE S. DAVIS Academic
“Night Rider” Staff 1. 3 ; Band 2. 3 : Mixed Chorus 1 : Choral Concert I : All Nation's Festival 1 : Student Council 3 ; Press Club 3 : Dance Committee 3 : Band Concert 3.
CHRISTOFF CONTICELLI DAVIS. H.
CIOCA CRISAN DAVIS. J.
COLE CRISTELLI DAVIS. J.
COLEMAN CURRIE DAY
ROBERT LEE ROY DAY General
Washington High School. Washington. Pennsylvania 2: Varsity Football Team 2. 3: Varsity Track Team 2. 3: Hi-Y Club 3 : French Club 2. 3.
ROBERT E. DeBONIS General
—25—ANTHONY P. DeCARMINE
ANTOINETTE M. DeGENNARO
Reflector Staff 3 : Girin’ Chorus 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2: Girin Variety Club 3.
LUCY DEM ICO
Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Mid-Western Orchestra 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2.
LUCILLE DICK MAN
Monitor 2. 3 ; Class Basketball Team 1, 2. 3 : Home-coming Queen’s Attendant 3.
LOIS DONALDSON Vocational Home Economics
Monitor 1 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
DORIS I. DRESCH
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Piny Stage Committee |3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Dance Committee 3 : Girls’ Variety Club.
Student Forum 1: Reflector Staff 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Concert 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
ANTHONY V. DUICH
CARL J. DULEBA
Monitor 1 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
DeCAKM IN K DeGENNARO DKMICO DICKMAN
DALE A. DUNKERLEY
Glee Club 3 : Monitor 3.
Class Basketball Team 1. 2. 3.
Hi-Y Club 3; Football Manager 2. 3; Track Manager
1. 2, 3.
DORIS FASSER Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3 : French Club 2 : "Night Rider" Manager 1 : Reflector Staff 3: Monitor 1 : Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3; Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Class Play 3 : Student Forum 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
—26—IRENE FENCYK Commercial
"Niuht Riilcr" Staff 3 : Press Club 3 : Reflector Staff 3: Monitor 3 : Mixed Chorus 2 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Cap and down Committee 2.
JOHN A. FERENCE General
Play Ticket Committee 3: Dance Ticket Committee 3.
FENCYK FLACK FRANCZEK
FERENCE FLINT FRANK
FIG UR A FLYNN GABRIEL
FILL FOLSOM E GATET
ANNE M. FIGURA Commercial
Saint Ann’s School 1 : Commercial Club 1 : Class Play 1.
HELENE G. FILL Commercial
Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Reflector Staff 3.
DOLORES FIRLIT Commercial
San Pedro Hiirh School. San Pedro, California 2 ; Operetta 2 : Girls’ Chorus 2. 3 : Variety Club 2 ; Play Ticket Committee 3 : Homecoming Queen’s Attendant 3: Dance Commits tee 3: Reflector Staff 3.
MICHAEL W. FLACK General
Saint Ann's School 1 : Movie Projectionist 2. 3.
PAUL FLINT, JR. Commercial
Varsity Football Team 2. 3; Varsity Track Team 1, 2. 3.
MARY LOUISE FLYNN Commercial
"Niirht Rider ’ Staff 3 ; Monitor 2, 3 ; Volley Ball Class Team 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 . Prom Committee 2 ; Play Staye Committee 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3; Reflector Staff 3: Press Club 2. 3.
THELMA FOLSOME Commercial
Teacher's Secretary 2 : Girls’ Chorus 2. 3 ; Ref.ector Staff 3 : Sunshine Minstrel 2.
CASIMIR FORMICHELLA Commercial
Play Ticket Committee 3.
IRENE E. FRANCZEK Commercial
Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Class Basketball Team 1. 2, 3; Reflector Staff 3.
STEVE FRANK, JR. Commercial
Play Ticket Committee 3.
CARMELA GABRIEL General
Librarian Assistant 1. 2: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Dance Committee 3.
JACQUELINE GATET Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, 2. 3 : French Club 1, 2: Press Club 2, 3 : Student Council I. 2 : "Ni«ht Rider” Staff 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Monitor 3 : Mixed Chorus 2. 3 ; Concert 2; Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Prom Committee 2 ; Class Play 3; Play Ticket Commit tee 3 : Kintf Committee 2.
—27—HELEN JANE GEIAK
Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Monitor 2, Minstrel 2: Reflector Stuff ft.
ft ; Concert 1 : Sunshine
Monitor I. 2: Reflector Stuff ft: Prom Committee 2; (1 iris’ Chorus 1. 2 : Mixed Chorus 1 : Office Assistant ft : French Clut l : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Play Ticket Committee ft.
Monitor 1 ; Cap and down Committee 2
Class Basketball Team l ; Monitor t ; Cap and Gown Com mittco 2.
GOLUB GRANDE HABARKA HANIAK HAUSMAN
Monitor 1. 2. ft: Clns-J Team 2: Class Volley
Ball Team 2 : “Ni«ht Rider” Manager ft : Girls Chorus ft ; Pr« ss Club ft ; Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Dance Committee 2. 3.
DONALD A. GRANDE General
Varsity Football Team 2. ft : Play Ticket Committee 3.
CECILIA I. HABARKA Commercial
Hubbard lli h School. Hubbard. Ohio. 1. 2 : Class Play 2 : Girls Acrobatic Contest 2 : T. F. S. Club 2 : Play Ticket Committee ft : Girls Chorus 2. 3 : Prom Committee 2.
ELEANORE R. HANIAK j Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. ft: French Club 1 : Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3 : Choral Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Librarian Assistant 1 : Girls Chorus 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
Monitor 1 : Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2. ft; Girls’ Chorus I. 2: Student Forum 2: "Nisht Rider StafT 3 ; Reflector Stall 3 : Class Play 3 ; Play Ticket Committee ft : Prom Committee 2 : Press Club 3 : Dance Committee 3.
HAROLD IL HENNING
Hi-Y Club 2. ft : Monitor 1. 2 : Glee Club ft
ALFRED HESKO Academic
Latin Club 1 : Movie Projectionist 2. 3 : Reflector Staff ft : Student Forum 1 : Track Team 2. ft : Prom Committee 2 : Invitation Committee 2 : Glee Club ft : Monitor 1 : Class Play ft : Play Ticket Committee ft.
EMIL HOHOl Academic
Latin Club 1 ; "Ni ht Rider StafT 2 : Movie Projectionist 3 : Reflector StafT ft : Glee Club ft.RACHEL JAMES
JACKSON KACERSKI KATAKOWSKI
JAGF.R KAMNF.Y. I. KATIT.IIS
JAMES KALINEY. R. KERLEK
JOSEPH KALINEY, R. KLOTZ
CARRIE BELLE JACKSON General
Class Basketball Team L 2: Hand 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 3: Field Day P mu ram 2, 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
ISABELLE M. JAGER General
Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Girls’ Chorus 2, 3 : Monitor 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Concert 1: Sunshine Minstrel 2.
Latin Club 1 ; Class Volley Ball Team 2 ; Teacher’s Secretary 3 : Reflect or Staff 3: Cap and Gown Committee 2.
CONRAD M. JOSEPH Academic
Hi-Y Club 3 : Glee Club 3 ; Student Council 3.
ANDREW A. JUBACK Commercial
Safety Patrol 1 : Fire Patrol 3.
CASIMER KACERSKI Commercial
Class Basketball Team 1, 2 : Basketball Reserves 1 : Glee Club 3 : Golf Tournament I ; Play Ticket Committee 3.
IRENE KALINEY Commercial
Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Class Basketball Team 1 : Field Day Prouram 2 : Reflector Staff 3 ; Class Volley Ball Team 1.
ROBERT P. KALINEY Commercial
Football Reserves 1 : Student Council 2, 3.
ROSE MARIE KALINEY
Reflector Staff 3.
Vocational Home Economics
ANN KAROL Commercial
Mixed Chorus 1. 3: Girls’ Chorus 2. 3; Concert 1: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Dance Committee 2: Play Ticket Committee 3 : Mid-Western Chorus 3.
SOPHIE KATAKOWSKI Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Club 1. 2, 3 ; Student Forum 1. 2 : Student Council 2; Class Basketball Team 1. 2, 3 : Latin Club 1 ; Monitor 2. 3 : Dance Committee 2.
HERBERT KATILUS General
Art Club 1. 2, 3 ; Prom Committee 2: Class Basketball Team 3.
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Varsity Basketball Team 1. 2, 3; Varsity Football Team 1. 2. 3.
ALBERT KLOTZ Commercial
Wrestlinu Team 1, 2 : Track Team 1, 2.
ANNA KLUTCHER Commercial
Reflector Staff 3: Librarian Assistant 2. 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
Cap ami Gown Committee 2 : Reflector Staff 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
PAULINE KOHUT Commercial
Prom Committee 1 : Reflector Staff 3 : Girls’ Chorus 3 : ('lass Play 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Glee Club 3.
MARY KOMAR Commercial
Teacher’s Secretary 2: Reflector Staff 3.
ROSE KOMAR Commercial
Monitor 2. 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
RUDOLPH KOSIBA Commercial
Dance Committee 2: Play Stage Committee 3.
TILLIE KOSIOREK Commercial
Girls’ Chorus I. 2: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Concert 2: Reflector Staff 3.
JOSEPH KOVAC Commercial
Varsity Football Team 1. 2. 3: Varsity Track Team 1.
JEANNE KOZAR Commercial
Librarian Assistant 1 : Dance Committee 2: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 3; A Cap pel la Choir 2 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Class Basketball Team 1. Concert 3 : All State Chorus 3.
CATHERINE KRANTZ Commercial KLUTCHER KOMAR. R.
Mixed Chorus 1 : Play Ticket Committee 3. KOHUT KOSIOREK
KOMAR. M. KOVAC
KRANTZ KRUKAR KUSHNER. H. KUSHNER. J. LACICH
Art Club 1. 2: Track Team 2. 3: Glee Club 3: Play Stage Committee 3 : Monitor 1.
HELEN KUSHNER Commercial
Saint Ann's School 1 : Commercial Club 1 : Class Play 1.
JOSEPH KUSHNER General
Play Ticket Committee 3
MARIAN D. LACICH Commercial
French Club 1. 2: Art Club 1. 2: Reflector Staff 2: “Night Rider' Staff 3 ; Monitor 3 ; Teacher’s Secretary 2 : Dance Committee 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 3; Student Forum 2: Play Ticket Committee 3.
—30—LAFAYETTE LINONIS LUBINSKY
LEUNIS LIPAK LUCAS
LEYSHOCK LOBKOVVICZ LUCIC
LIENER LOMBARDO LUPCHO
LUCILLE E. LAFAYETTE General
Band 1. 2. 3: Orchestra 2. 3: Reflector Staff 3: Band Basketball Team 1. 2.
MARTHA M. LEUNIS Commercial
Monitor 2; Volley Ball Team I, 2. 3: Field Day Program 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3: Drum Majorette 2. 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2: Play Ticket Committee 3 : Play Stage Committee 3.
PEGGY LEYSHOCK Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 1. 2. 3: Student Forum I: Girin' Chorus 1. 3 : Mixed Chorus I. 2. 3: Mid-Western Chorus 1. 2: Student Council 1 : Prom Committee 2 : Homecoming Dance Committee 3; Press Club 3: “Night R!der“ Manager 3; Dance Committee 3.
SANDER LIENER Academic
Lincoln High School. Midland. Pennsylvania. 1.
WILMA M. LINDWAY Academic
I atin Club 1 : Class Volley Ball Team 1. 2; Class Basketball Team I : Music Contestant 2: Student Council 1. 2: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Prom Committee 2: Teacher's Secretary 3.
LILLIAN LINONIS Commercial
Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 2: French Club 1, 2.
ED ALENA LIPAK Commercial
Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Prom Committee 2 : Reflector Staff 3.
EDWARD LOBKOWICZ Commercial
Reflector Staff 3 : Glee Club 3 : Stage Committee 3 : Field Day Program 2.
ONOFRIO LOMBARDO General
Student Council 1 : Glee Club 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
CONNIE LORENZO Commercial
Field Day Program 2 ; Volley Ball Team 2. 3 ; Prom Committee 2 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Dance Committee 3.
OLGA LUBINSKY Commercial
French C’luh 2 : French Club Basketball Team 2: Office Assistant 3 : Reflector Staff 3; Girls' Chorus 2. 3 ; Concert 2 : Monitor 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
HELEN LUCAS Commercial
Cap and Gown Committ.ee 2 : Reflector Staff 3.
ANNE LUCIC Commercial
Cap ami Gown Committee 2 : Class Basketball Team 2: Volley Ball Team 1. 2, 3: Field Day Program 2, 3 ; A Cappella Choir 2. 3 : Monitor 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
LADISLAV L. LUPCHO General
Monitor 1. 2: Class Basketball Team 2 : Stage Committee 3.
ELSIE L. MADURA Academic
Latin Club 1 : French Club 2: Reflector stair 3.
AGNES MALGIERI Commercial
(Jills’ Chorus 2, 3: Sunshine Minstrel 2; Cap and Gown Committee 2 : A Cappella Choir 2 ; Class Basketball Team 2. 3.
MARTHA MALINOSKI General
Monitor 1, 2: "Nijeht Rider' Manager 2: Prom Committee 2.
ROSALIE MANKAS Commercial
Monitor 2: Office Assistant 3 : Prom Committee 2: Play Ticket Committee 3.
MADURA MALGIERI M A LI NOSKI MANKAS
M ARGIEAN MARSTELLER MARTIN MARTINI
McCOY. M. McCOY. V. MoKAY MELEKY
DOROTHY A. MARENCHIN Commercial
French Club 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: French Club Basketball Team 2 : Librarian Assistant 1. 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
LETICIA N. MARGIEAN Commercial
• NUrlt Rider” Staff 1. 2. 3: Trl-HI-Y Club 3: Class Basle: ball 1. 2: Press Club 2.
LEROY A. MARSTELLER General
French Club 1 : Band 1. 2. 3: Flay Ticket Committee 3.
JACK D. MARTIN General
Truck Team 1. 2: Hi Y Club 1, 2; Give Club 8.
WALTER W. MARTINI Commercial
Hi-Y Club 1. 2: Glee Club 3 ; Student Forum 2.
VIRGINIA MASTRIAN Commercial
Latin Club 1 ; Reflector Staff 3: Class Basketball Team 1 : Glee Club 2: Literary Contestant 2: Prom Committee 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Play Ticket Committee 3 : Dance Committee 3 : Student Council 3 : Librarian Assistant. I
MILDRED A. McCOY Academic
Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3: Choral Concert 1 : I .at in Club 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : A Cappella Choir 2 : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Reflector Staff 3: Girls’ Chorus 3: Volley Ball Team 1, 2.
VIVIAN A. McCOY General
Reflector Staff 3.
ELLAG McKAY Commercial
Monitor 1 : Choral Concert 1 : Mixed Chorus 1 : Latin Club 1 : Reflector Staff 3: Prom Committee 2.
PAUL MELEKY Commercial
Basketball Manager 2. 3; Wrestling Manager 2, 3: Class Basketball Team 2: Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Art Club 1 : Play Poster Committee 3: Dance Poster Committee 3: Reflector Staff 3.
—32—KATHERINE MIHAILOVICH STANLEY MILANKOVICH
Hi-Y Club 2. 3.
NICK NICKOLOFF General
YV rent I ins Team I. 2. 3 : »»«11 Tram 3.
JAMES NORRIS General
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Coif Team 2. 3: Glee Club 3.
MIHAILOVICH MOROCCO MUSIAL
JOSEPH MOLINARI MILANKOVICH MORRISON NAPOLITAN
General MOLINARI MOUGANIS NEVANT
Monitor 2: Band 1. 2. 3: Orchestra 2, 3. MONTESON MROZEK NICKOLOFF
YOLANDA MONTESON Commercial
GASPER MOROCCO General
GEORGE MORRISON General
JOHN MOUGANIS Academic
Hi-Y Club 2. 3: Variety Football Team 1. 2. 3: Track Team 1. 2: Latin Club 1 : Prom Committee 2 : Monitor 2, 3 : Student Patrol 1 ; Fire Patrol 1 ; Dance Committee 3 : Student Council 1.
ALBERT F. MROZEK Commercial
FRANCES MULARSKI Commercial
Cap and flown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Dance Committee 2.
STELLA B. MUSIAL Commercial
Reflector Staff 3 : Prom Committee 2 : Student Forum 1.
RALPH NAPOLITAN General
Band 1. 2. 8: Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Press Club 1.
THOMAS NEVANT Academic
”Ni«ht Rider” Staff 3 : Varsity Football Team 1, 2. 3 : Class Basketball Team 1.
ANNE PACZAK Commercial
Monitor 1. 2. 3 : Teacher's Secretary 3.
LEO PALUMBO Commercial
Hi-Y Club 3: Monitor 1. 2: Class Basketball Team 1 : Unnkcthnll Reserves 2 ; Piny Ticket Committee 3 ; Varsity Basketball Team 3 : Art Club 1, 2.
NELLIE PERILL Commercial
Reflector Staff 3: Play Ticket Committee 3.
JOSEPHINE PERRY Vocational Home
Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Sunshine Minstrel 2 : "Night Rider” Staff 2.
ANTHONY PERUZZI General
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Monitor 3 : Class Basketball Team 2. 3: Student Council 3.
AURELIUS PETRICK Academic
Hi-Y Club 3 : French Club 2. 3: Latin Club 1 : Monitor I. 2: Student Council 1 : Sound System Technician 2. 3: Glee Club 3.
MARIO PICIACCHIO General
Play Ticket Committee 3.
VERA PILIPOVICH Commercial
Reflector Staff 3: Monitor 2.
ENIS PILONE Commercial
Reflector Staff 3: Prom Committee 2.
ROSE PIPICELLI Vocational Home
Librarian Assistant 1 ; Class Basketball Team 1 ; Reflector Staff 3.
MARY POPP Commercial
Monitor 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Class Volley Ball Team 1 : Class Basketball Team 1 ; Concert 1 : Reflector Staff 3 : Chorus 3.
ELIZABETH PISEGNA Commercial
Mixed Chorus 2 : Girls’ Chorus 1. 2 : Prom Committee 2 : Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2.
GABRIEL PRUENT Commercial
Varsity Football Team 1. 2. 3 : Varsity Basketball Team 2. 3: Wrestling Team 2. 3: Class Basketball Team 1. 2. 3 : Track Team 2, 3 ; Glee Club 3.
STEPHEN P. RADASEVICH General
MARGARET REDA Commercial
Hand 1. 2. 3 ; Orchestra 2 : Music Contestant Accompanist 1. 2. 3.
NINA REDA Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Cltih 3 : Librarian Assistant 1. 2: Monitor 1. 2: Reflector Staff 3 : Prom Committee 2.
RAY REDDINGER Academic
Monitor 2, 3 : Wrestling T«»m 1. 2, 3 : Football Team 1. 2 : Track Team 1. 2, 3 : Student Forum 1 ; Fire Patrol 2: "Night Rider” Staff 1 : French Club 2 : Glee Club 2. 3: Play Stave Committee 3.
Monitor 2, 3.
RUTHETTA RIFFER Commercial
Press Club I. 2 . "Night Rider” Staff 2. 3; Reflector Staff 3: Class Basketball Team 1. 2: Girls' Chorus 3: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Prom Committee 2: Play Ticket Committee 3.
Crafton High School. Crafton. Pennsylvania. Track Team 1. 2: Hand 1. 2. 3 : Chorus 1, 2: Hi-Y Club 1 ; Science Club 1 ; Biology Club 3 ; Stamp Club 2 : Glee Club 3.
DWIGHT ROBSON General
Fire Patrol 2. 3; Movie Projectionist 2. 3 : Class Play 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3. Enlisted in the United States Navy. January. 1942.
DOROTHY ROCK Commercial
Librarian Assistant 1. 2. 3 : Teacher’s Secretary 2, 3.
EDWARD ROCK Commercial
Varsity Basketball Team 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y Club 2. 3; Student Council 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 1.
ELMER E. RODGERS General
Monitor 2: "Night Rider” Staff 2. 3: Reflector Staff 3 ; Play Ticket Committee 3.
ALBERT ROGAN Commercial
RUTH ROSENBERG Commercial
Hand 1, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3.
REDA. M. REDA. N. REDDINGER REMP
RIFFER ROBINSON ROBSON ROCK. I). ROCK. E.
RODGERS ROGAN ROSENBERG ROSENBLUM. L. ROSENBLUM. L.
LOUIS ROSENBLUM Academic
Latin Club 1 : French Club 2: Student Forum 1 : Press Club 2: Field Day Program 2: Glee Club 3: "Night Rider” Staff 2 : Monitor 1 : Prom Committee 2 : Sound System Technician 2. 3 ; Class Play 2. 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3.
LUCILLE ROSENBLUM Academic
French Club 2 : Student Council 2 : Reflector Staff 3 : Orchestra 3 ; Literary Contestant 1 : Latin Club 1 ; "Night Rider” Staff 3 ; Press Club 3.
RICHARD RUBY General
Play Ticket Committee 3: Student Council 3.
JOSEPH D. RUPERT General
Monitor 3 : Varsity Football Team 2. 3: Class Basketball Team 1. 2. 3: Wrestling Team 2. 3: Track Team 2. 3 : Glee Club 3 ; Play Ticket Committee 3.
MARILYN M. SABO
Monitor 1 : "Night Rider” Staff 2. 3 ; Cap and Gown Committee 2: Press Club 2. 3: Class Play 3; Reflector Staff 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
CARMELLA SCI BELLI
Wrestling Team 2. 3.
Vocational Home Economics
SANTELL SARCINELLA. A. SARCINELLA. J. SARCINELLA. P. SARSAN
SCANLON SCHERMER SCHON SCIBELLI SHADLEY. H.
PAUL SANTELL General
Wrestling Team 1 : "Night Rider” Staff 1. 2. 3 : Glee Club 3: Art Club 2. 3.
ANTHONY SARCINELLA Academic
JOSEPH G. SARCINELLA General
Prom Committee 3. i
PATRICK A. SARCINELLA General
Varsity Football Team 1, 2, 3.
MILDRED SARSAN General
Reflector Staff 3 ; Latin Club 1. 2.
ELMER SCANLON Commercial
Class Basketball Team 1. 2. 3 : Monitor 3: Prom Committee 2 ; Dance Committee 1.
SAM SCHERMER Academic
Student Forum 1 : "Night Rider" Staff 1 : Golf Team 2 : Ping Pong Team 2 ; Orchestra 3 : Literary Contestant 1. 2. 3 : Prom Committee 2 : Glee Club 3
EDA MARIE SCHON Vocational Home
Art Club 1. 2 : Monitor 1 : Cap and Gown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3 ; Variety Club 3.
Monitor 2. 3: Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Reflector Staff 3 : Club Basketball Team 1.2: Class Basketball Team 2.JOSEPH SHADLEY
MARGARET E. SKUBISH
Ref.ector Staff 3.
Vocational Home Economies
Student Forum 1 : Prom Committee 2.
SHADLEY. J. SKLADANEK SKUBISH SLIVKA SMITH. P.
Cap and Gown Committee 2.
PEGGY LOU SMITH Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3; Student Forum 1: Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Girls Chorus 1. 3; Monitor 1. 2. 3: Night Rider" Staff 1. 3; Prom Committee 2: Student Council 3 : Press Club 3 : Homecoming Queen’s Attendant 3.
Class President 1 : Prom Committee 2 ; Student Forum 1.
JEANNE SONGER Academic
Tri-Hi-Club 3: Press Club 2. 3: "Night Rider" Staff 2. 3 : Girls’ Chorus 1. 3 : Mixed Chorus 1 : Prom Committee 2: Concert 1 ; Sunshine Minstrel 2: Class Play 3: Hay Ticket Committee 3; Dance Committee 3; Prom Committee 3: Press Conference 2.
MARGARET R. SOROKICH Commercial
Saint Ann’s School 1 : Class Play 1.
CATHERINE M. SOSTARICH Commercial
Mixed Chorus 1 : Monitor 2.
TONY M. SPANOS General
Band 1. 2. 3 : Orchestra 1. 2. 3 : Prom Committee 3 : Student Council 3: Concert 1.
MARIE L. STABILE Vocational Home
French Club 1. 2: Monitor 2: Reflector Staff 3: Class Basketball Team 1, 2: Class Volley Ball Team 1. 2; Mixed Chorus 1 : Girls' Variety Club.
CATHERINE STAWAISZ Commercial
Reflector Staff 3 : Monitor 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.★ ★★★★★★★★
BETTY STEFANAK General
Saint Ann’s School 1 : "Night Rider’’ Staff 2: Hand 3: Homecoming Queen’s Attendant 2: Press Club 2.
FRANCES H. STEFANOWICZ Commercial
Monitor 2 : Office Assistant 2, 3 : Typing Contestant 2 : Club Basketball Team 1. 2, 3: Play Ticket Committee 3.
STELLA STEFANOWICZ Commercial
Office Assistant 2. 3 : Typing Contestant 2: Club Basketball Team 1, 2 : Class Play 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3.
GEORGE A. STIFTINGER General
Ili-Y Club 2. 3 : French Club 2 ; Student Council 2 ; Varsity Football Team I. 2. 3: Track Team 1, 2: Class Basketball Team 1. 2. 3 : Volley Ball Team 2 : American Legion Award Medal 3.
ALEX E. SWIECINSKI Commercial
Basketball Reserves 1. 2 : Class Basketball Team 2.
HELEN SZABO Commercial
FLORENCE M. TATASEO Commercial
French Club 1. 2 ; Cheerleader 3 : Cnp nnd Gown Committee 2; Class Basketball Team| 1 : Field Day Program 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : V’olley Ball Team 2.
MARY TATUSKO Commercial
Play Ticket Committee 3.
ROY THUT General
ANGELINE TOMICH General
Teacher’s Secretary 1. 2. 3.
MARY A. TOTA Commercial
Student Council 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Mixed Chorus 2.
3 : Sunshine Minstrel 2: Prom Committee 3 : Dance Committee 3.
ANNA E. TROTTA Vocational Home
Librarian Assistant 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Mixed Chorus 1 : (’.iris’ Variety Club.
R. JEANNETTE TRUESDALE General
Reflector Staff 3.
HELEN TSANTES Commercial
Monitor 2. 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Student Council 2, 3 ; Mixed Chorus 1 : Class Basketball Team 1. 2: Volley
Ball Team 1. 2: "Night Rider" Staff 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Prom Committee 2 : Dance Committee 3.
STEFANAK STEFANOWICZ. F. STEFANOWICZ. S. STIFTINGERLOUIS J. VELLENTE
TUROSKY VANECEK VELLENTE VERM El RE VRANGES
WACHTEK WASKO WEISER VVETII ERST El N WILLIAMS
YACULLO YURICH ZARELLA ZOLN1ER
CALVIN L. VERMEIRE
Hi-Y Club 2. 3: Orchestra I: Chorus I. 2. 3: Band 1. 2. 3: District Band I. 2. 3 ; Sunshine Minstrel 2: Concert 1.3: Music Contestant 2. 3 : Prom Committee 2 ; Class Play 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3 ; District Chorus 1, 2. 3 : State Band I.
MADELEINE M. VRANGES Commercial
Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3: French Club 2. 3; Girls’ Chorus 2. 3 ; Mixed Chorus 2, 3 ; Mid-Western Chorus 2. 3 : Prom Committee 3: Sunshine Minstrel 2 : Concert 2: Special School Choir 2.
ROBERT WACHTER Academic
Hi-Y Club 2. 3 : Student Forum 1 : Student Council 1, 2 : Class Play 3 : Band 1 : Glee Club 3 : Movie Projectionist 2. 3 : “Night Rider” Staff I ; Prom Committee 2 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Reflector Staff 3 : Concert 1 : State Chorus 3.
ALBERT R. WASKO Commercial
Art Club 1 : Track Team 2. 3: Stage Committee 3.
HAROLD R. WEISER
Monitor 2. 3.
INEZ WETHERSTEIN Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: "Night Rider” Staff 2. 3: Ijttin Club 1 ; French Club 2. 3; Volley Ball Team 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Prom Committee 2 : Cap and Gown Committee 2 : Concert 1 : Sunshine Minstrel 2 . Art Club i ; Student Forum 1 ; Press Club 2. 3.
LOIS WILLIAMS Academic
French Club 1. 2. 3 . Monitoi 2 ; Reflector Staff 3 : "Niirht Rider” Staff 3: Mixed Chorus 2: Sunshine Minstrel 2: Class Play 2. 3 : Play Ticket Committee 3 : Press Cluh 3.
MARION YACULLO General
Monitor 2. 3; Refector Staff 3: "Night Rider” Staff 3: Prom Committee 2: Stage Committee 3: Press Club 3.
EDWARD TUROSKY Student Council 1. Academic DOMINIC A. ZARELLA H'.-Y Club 1. 2; Wrestling Team 2 St valent Council 3. General . 3; Track Team 2. 3:
EDWARD R. VANECEK General MICHAEL ZOLNIER Commercial★ ★★★★★★★★
CLASS OF 1942
Four of the happiest years of our lives have just passed, yet it seems only yesterday that we commenced our high school careers as inexperienced but proud Freshmen determined to succeed in the many tasks confronting us. Under the supervision of Mr. Anthony Kilbert, we elected our class officers: John Mouganis, president; Rob-
ert Day, vice-president, and Lena Mazzotti, secretary. With the cooperation of the Sophomore Class, we sponsored the Freshman-Sophomore Frolic, our outstanding social event of the year. For our commencement exercises, we presented a splendid program entitled “Your Life in the Making.”
We were very proud of being the first Sophomore Class to enter the portals of the new Farrell Senior High School. After a short period of adjustment in our new surroundings, we quickly took advantage of the new courses and the facilities that were offered. With Miss Anne Gojdics directing us, we selected Norman Solomon, John Mouganis, and Goldie Mikulin as our class officers. We were represented in, almost every school organization and activity.
In our Junior year. Miss Julia S. Wallace was our advisor, and John Burgoon, Robert Wachter, and Lena Mazzotti were elected as our class officers. Under their leadership, our class helped to adopt the standard school ring which we were permitted to purchase and to wear as members of the Junior Class. We participated in the musical, the athletic, and the club activities of our school. We sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom, which carried out an interesting nautical theme. At the Farewell Assembly Program, we expressed our best wishes to the departing Seniors as we eagerly looked forward with visions of success to the final year of our school career.
During our Senior year, we did our best to uphold the scholastic standards of our school. Guided by Miss Esther Zentz, our class advisor, we began our many activities. The initial event of the year was the election of our class officers: John
Petrillo, president; Eugene Greco, vice-president; and Goldie Mikulin, secretary. We chose the red rose as our class flower, Yale blue and white as our class colors, and “Be Prepared” as our motto. On November 7, 1941, we presented “Old Doc”, a delightful three-act comedy. We attributed its great success to the capable director Miss Esther Zentz, and to the talented student actors who won the approval of an appreciative audience. With the proceeds of the play, we purchased our class memorial—two practical doors, a French door, and a French window for stage scenery equipment, and paid for the rental of our caps and gowns. On November 21, 1941, we sponsored a Pre-Thanksgiving Dance which was both a social and financial success. Benny Jones and his orchestra played. Many of us were members of the athletic teams, of the school organizations, and “The Night Rider” Staff. We published our Reflector. We observed the annual Reflector Day when we obtained the auto graphs of our classmates and friends. We chose our commencement announcements. We selected our class day uniforms which displayed our class colors and emblems. At our Farewell Assembly Program, we sadly left our teachers, and our friends, the underclassmen.
At the Junior-Senior Prom, we were the guests of the Juniors, who made it a memorable occasion. Then came May 24, 1942, when we, dignified in our caps and gowns, attended the Baccalaureate Services. On May 28, 1942, we presented our impressive Commencement Program, after which we proudly stepped to the stage to receive our coveted diplomas. Certain that we were prepared to go forth to serve our country, we departed from our beloved Alma Mater.
LENA MAZZOTTI, Class Historian
UNDERCLASSMENCLASS OF 1943
Home Room 3 Mr. Harry Berkowitz
First Row: Helen Bordy, Betty Blastos, Elizabeth Berkon, Antoinette Busco. Pauline
Asafaylo, Henrietta Barber, Dorothy Baron, Dorothy Andrusky, Anna Bandzak.
Second Row: Irene Betts, Rosella Brown, Juanita Bellinger, Magdeline Askerneese,
Arthur Bender, Angelo Amico, Shirley Blaire, Gertrude Burprich.
Third Row: Barbara Bralich, Placide Broderick, Rose Marie Bronich, Theresa Bagby,
Paul Borawski, William Armour, Robert Bastide, John Ballish.
Fourth Row: Joseph Bcncivengo, William Alsnauer, Alvin Amos, Joseph Butoryak,
John Botos. Paul Alongi. James Alter, Walter Biga.
Home Room 4
Mr. Angelo Grande
First Row: Henry Caputo, Florine DePascal, Samuel DeMatteo, Madelyn Capozzoli.
Gloria Cipriano, Charles Caetiglione, Stella Dmohoski, Rose Desput.
Second Row: Mary Continenza, Cornelia Cernea, Betty Jane Clune, Jean Davis,
Peggy Campagna, Anna Celenzi, Carol Cole.
Third Row: Fred Chavka, Neil Caputo, John Capson, Casimir Chestnut, Charles
Chiodo, Phillip Chiappianella, James Crivello, George Cherhit.
Fourth Row: John Chiodo, William Churlik, Victor Danilov, Peter Carine, Anthony
Churko, Harry Caminiti, Donald Cipriano, John David.
Home Room 5
Miss Martha Golden
First Row: Marcya Greenberg, Eleanore Dravesky. Ann Frank, Pauline Germane,
Ida Dyll, Myrtle Gibbs, Irene Gorleski.
Second Row: Martha Dyll, Albert Evanchan, William Douthit, Paul Duby, Nancy
Grande, Mary Gugliotta, Frances Fister, Irene Furey.
Third Row: Fred Grande, Ann Fukat, Kathryn Fauceglia, Jenny Gladys, Helen
Gladys, Mary Esmond, Albert Glavan, John Frantz.
Fourth Row: Paul Evakich, Mike Dzapo, Thomas Ellis, Andrew Gladys, Ray Elia,
Steve Gregorich, Virgil Gainer.★ ★★★★★★★★
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Home Room 9
Miss Helena E. Spisak
First Row: Ann Marie Kaliney, Mary Ellen Koehis, Laura Belle James, Stella Ja-
nusko, Richard Joseph, Mary Louise Gutierrez, Mary Gagliardi, Emil Hrivnak, Pauline Komar.
Second Row: Gertrude Horton, Geraldine Katilus, Lucy Jarwin, Becky Jones, Ruth
Hurst, Rose Hartstein, Ethel Kardos, Mary Horzich.
Third Row: Charles Joseph, Elmer Ivan, Sam Hamilton, William Grgurich, Edward
Hoagland, Gordon Hockenberry, Mary Ann Jackson, Helen Holega, Norma Juick.
Fourth Row: Tobe Jackson, Joseph Guthrie, Archie Iacino, Carl Klamer, Charles
Karpinko, William King, Henry Henrich, Jack Hanley.
Home Room 10
Miss Julia S. Wallace
First Row: Virginia Martin, Ann Leavens, Irene Kovack, Mary Kraynak, Evelyn
Liener. Alice Mazzotti, Julia Korp, Margaret Kulka.
Second Row: Bertha Matuk, Ruth Low, Anne Mastrian, Florence Mastrian, Helen
Lotka, Dorothy Madura, Harriet Lobl, Stella Krokoski.
Third Row: Edward Matuk, Francis Martino, Blanche Landa, Willia Mae Mack, Emil
Ludu, John Krawitz, Frank Kuncio, Thomas Marenovich.
Fourth Row: Nicholas Kurtonick, Joseph Lombardi, Clair McCartney, George Maren-
chin. John Kopas, Carl Marks, Anthony Mattozzi.
Home Room 11
Miss Mildred A. Roux
First Row: Lulu Paplomatas, Barbara O’Dai, Rose Pachan, Claire Mohney, Olym-
pia Missory, Dorothy Pearce, Margaret Miletta, Rosaline Nicaster.
Second Row: Eleanor Orendi, Rose Marie Petrillo, Frances Paladino, Sophie Pascel,
Mary Mikota, John Pasacic, William Moder.
Third Row: Irene Mikulas, Stella Mudrinich, Violet Perich, Robert Monteson, John
Pearce, Hector Morocco, August Petrillo, John Norris.
Fourth Row: Alex Novak, Albert Nicastro, George Ondich, Melcan McCulley, Theo-
dore Nogay, Joseph Palko, John Najdusak, Joseph Neiman.★ ★★★★★★★★
CLASS OF 1943
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Home Room 24 Mr. Rexford Brenneman
First Row: Emma Pilone, Catherine Richards, Anne Pillar, Irene Rogan, Rosaline
Second Row: Amelia Ray, Edna Phillips, Theresa Reda, Elsie Radasevich, Elizabeth
Third Row: William Rager, Clem Ragatcr, Joseph Rakoci, Rudy Prezioso.
Fourth Row: Herman Prizant, George Rimko, William Robinson.
Home Room 213
Miss Sarah Cooley
First Row: Theresa Scannella, Dolores Szabo, Della Sed, Gertrude Szabo, Joseph
Setek, Frank Tamber, Bruce Sarchet, Henry Schuster, Ronald Secovitch.
Second Row: Vivienne Shaffer, Laura Stanek, Martha Stanovich, Agnes Sostarich,
Wanda Supel, Alice Schmidt, Peter Schell, Peter Tatusko.
Third Row: Violette Shaffer, Nick Schiau, Rose Rozich, Dorothy Smith, Raymond
Steverson, Nathan Smith, Ronald Stefanick, Sam Scharville, Paul Suchy.
Fourth Row: Steve Skendrovich, Edward Russell. Andrew Skody, Elmer Szabo,
Victor Shapona, Richard Saborsky, Paul Russell, Raymond Sherwood.
Home Room 214
Miss Annarose Moraca
First Row: Mary Tobias, Margaret Varvarick, Anna Wauzzinski, Elsie Zink, Philo-
mena Zappa, Frances Veselousky, Josephine Vivolo, Nannie Williams.
Second Row: Stella Telega, Gloria Wagner, Betty Wasser, Rose Vranich, Mary
Vozarik, Frances Yurich, Johnnie Anna Thomas, Antoinette Yersky.
Third Row: Sam Weitzen, George Yanak, Dan Zipay, Carolyn Tomich, Benny Telega,
William Zelch, Emil Valetich.
Fourth Row: Eugene Watson, Guy Zappo, Victor Ujakovich, Thomas Yonchak, Rob-
ert Trombacco, Paul Yanak, Peter Yurcich.★ ★★★★★★★★
CLASS OF 1944
CLASS OF 1944
Home Room 202
Miss Anne Gojdics
First Row: Myrtle Blackwell, Wanda Basta, Violet Berkon, William Benya, Leo
Bechtold, Mike Bilich, Helen Babos, Anna Botos.
Second Row: Ethyl Adair, Dorothy Blazavitch, Anne Backovich, Florence Bialko,
Marylyn Balach, William Bobby, Matilda Bucholz, Paul Avril, John Balash.
Third Row: Larry Bettua, Francis Blair, Esther Bauer, Nancy Alston, Joseph Apisa,
Joseph Adams, Thomas Atkinson, Harry Boatner.
Fourth Row: Raymond Brown, Alex Bordy, Robert Bogdan, Emeric Rene, George
Branzovich, Leonard Bastide, Leonard Bitchko.
Home Room 203
Mr. Anthony Pintar
First Row: Vera Cerra, Sophie Curtician. Norma Carine. Henry Chestnut, Nick Cos-
tes, Rose Burns, Marian Castiglione, Sarah Capson.
Second Row: Violet Crim, John Crowder, George Carin, Betty Jane David. Emil
Crisan, Arcension Campos, Jane Constanza.
Third Row: Paul Chintella, James Daniel, James Carley, Patsy Christello, Olga Ci-
kity, Mildred Ciccarone, Mary Burt.
Fourth Row: Elmer Churlik, George Churlik, Frank Conner, Victoria Ceslak, Vas-
ile Chirila, Rudolph Burnach, John Conticelli.
Home Room 204
Miss Margaret Roux
First Row: Ada Dunkerley, Pauline Duby, Rosaria DeGennaro, Norma De Christo-
pher, Mary Ellen Davis, Joseph Duich, Harry Donaldson, George Douthit, Gilda DePascal.
Second Row: John Evans, Philip Davano, Angeline Donatelli, Marguerite Elia, Bette
Davis, Betty Dudash, Marjorie Diaz, Louise De Gerolamo, John Durisko.
Third Row: Paul Fasser. John DiFeo, Mary Dzaja, Louise Derloni, Gwendolyn Esa-
ias, Irene DeCarmine, Philip Disko, John Farmartino.
Fourth Row: William Facko, Donald Drake, Joseph Donatelli, Norman Edwards,
William Evans, James Dignan, Joseph Esaias, Russell Evans, Anthony DiMario.
CLASS OF 1944
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Home Room 206
Miss Louise Johnston
First Row: Virginia Gillespie. Irene Gotch. Helen Greco, Olga Gioan. Margaret
Grande, Dorothy Griffin, Louise Gabriel, Louise Gargano, Esther Guanciale.
Second Row: Victoria Gierchak, Betty Hake, Jonell Grande, Josephine Horzich,
Martha Gabridge, Irene Geletka, Patricia Glover, Violet Fronko, Eleanor Gor-leski.
Third Row: John Gancsas, Walter Gillespie, William Grande, Cesar Gallegos
Montes, Dorothy Grande, Betty Hagerty, Adrian Fiscus, Harry Gelfand, Edward Franczek.
Fourth Row: Edward Fill, Philip Formichella, Frank Halula, Russell Gracenin, Le-
roy Ganzy, Lee Harrison, Henry Gondek.
Home Room 207
Miss Olga Gojdics
First Row: Arlene King, Margueritte Krantz, Helen Klutcher, Bertilla Kozar, Eileen
Henning, Noreen Komar, Laura Jean Johnston, Helen Kaletka, Bernice Jackson.
Second Row: Mary Karlovic. Louise James, Lucille Iacino, George Kostik, Irene
Karol, Helen Hassell, Ruth Anna Kee, Lillian King.
Third Row: Mary Ann Holodnak. Margaret Kraynak, Dolores Horner, Julia Homak,
Pauline Karpinko, Mary Lee Johnson, Elizabeth Kuczynski, Jean Katakowski.
Fourth Row: Jesse Lee Jacobs, John Knezevich. John Joannow, Ernest Jackson,
John Kavulla, Leonard Kaletka, Gerald Jones, William Hunter.
Home Room 208
Miss Bessie Hummer
First Row: Jean Lloyd, Stella Maykowski, Thelma Marenchin, Rose Ann Morocco,
Joseph Laslow, Dorothy Milich, Esther Molinari, Edith Leichman, Alice Mar-steller.
Second Row: Bernadine Marasco, Frances Kuzniar, Joseph McNeal, Susberry Mor-
rison, Joseph Makara, Charles Lauderman, Fannie Maseley, Theodore Miller.
Third Row: Sam Miletta, Margaret Losik, Bertha Lotka, Mary Lingner, Anna Ma-
kowski, Genevieve Kulnis, Andrew Marcu, William Locke.
Fourth Row: Sam Manimone, George Lescisin, Claude McCoy, Frank Marks, John
Messina, George Mirkovich, Andrew Matanin, Valeri Marcu.
CLASS OF 1944
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Home Room 215
Mrs. Mary Jones
First Row: Marie Palrizi, Lucille Pellis, Christine Paplomatas, Catherine Nader,
Hawdy Prizant, Antoinette Necaster, Gladys Owens. Tressa Nicholson.
Second Row: Zora Pokrajac, Diana Pokrajac, Ruth Perrine, Margaret Perrine,
Marian Podolsky, Isabelle Mouganis, Corrine Petite.
Third Row: Emmanuel Nestor, Francis Pierce, Maurice O’Leary, Vernelle Murray,
Julia Palko, Pete Pokrajac, Daniel Pawlak, Milton Neiman.
Fourth Row: Ralph Perill, Joseph Pratt, Dave Muscarella, Lawrence Napolitan,
Paul Paglia, Stephen Pachan, Elias Paczak.
Home Room 217
Mr. Harry Pirrung
First Row: George Saribolas, Marietta Scannella, Helen Sekerak, Antoinette Rugiero,
Suzanne Rupert, Mary Elecn Shafer, Marie Sabo.
Second Row: Angeline Reda, Gloria Santell, Joanne Reinnerth, Ann Shapona, June
Shaffer. Mildred Schmidt. Philip Sarcinella. John Sakony.
Third Row: Dorothy Purash, Mary Raykovich, Mary Regis, Margaret Rombold, An-
geline Rupnik, Genevieve Skladanek, Edith Singletary, George Roman.
Fourth Row: John Schuster, Samuel Santelli, John Skarica, Jack Repas, Jack Saun-
ders, William Satterwhite, James Russo.
Home Room 223
Mr. Ernest Schrot
First Row: Mary Elizabeth Makara, Marjorie Taylor, Margaret Thomas, Jerry Tal-
larico, Richard Staul, Mary Stawaisz, Dolores Steibly, Dorothy Susa, Beatrice Takash.
Second Row: Rose Sommer set, Frances Stroma, Wanda Skrypski, Mary Toskin, Jo-
anne Tsantes, Betty Tennant, Marjorie Slezak, Betty Smiley, Cecelia Stanek.
Third Row: Earlene Thomas, Sarah Swanson, Theodore Stefanak, Bennie Taub, Ty-
kie Theofilos, Jack Sullivan, Edward Taylor, Marion Thomas, Grace Somerset.
Fourth Row: Robert Thomas, Leroy Smith, Herbert Speizer, Philip Tizio, John Sve-
tina. Joseph Sweeney, Andrew Stofan, Frank Szabo, Carol Stefanowicz, Russell Stepanchak.CLASS OF 1944
Home Room 225
Mr. Woodrow Van Enian
First Row: Harriet Wright, Marian Zippay, Helen Trozzo, Mary Varvarick, Harold
Wasser, Russell Williams, Richard Trombacco, Joseph Weitzen, Edward Williams.
Second Row: Helen Yanak, Bennie Mae Wright, Ruth Ella Woods, Lovenia Victor,
Johanna Vagliea, Mildred Wagner, Mary Yurcich, Rose Zarella, Julia Woloshyn.
Third Row: Paul Turner, Jack Wilson, Joseph Validzich, Harry Weyer, Louis Zic-
kar, John Warha, Arthur Tucci, Fred Tucci, John Vellente.
Fourth Row: John Vukovich, John Warobiew, Fred Uiselt, George Yellich, John Tsantes, Joseph Zippay, Joseph Zaboroski, Steve Uhalie, Alex Wojdanoski.
CLASS OF 1943 OFFICERS
President..................................... Robert Trombacco
Vice President ............................................ Peter Carine
Secretary ........................................ Jennie Gladys
Advisor ...................................... Miss Julia Wallace
CLASS OF 1914 OFFICERS
President .......................................... Joseph Pratt
Vice President .......................................... Russell Williams
Secretary ..................................... Gwendolyn Esaias
Advisor ...................................... Miss Anne Gojdics
CLASS OF 1941
★ ★ ★ ★
★ ★ ★ ★ ★
FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Monday, June 2, 1941—8:00 P. M.
Processional—“Festival March”.......................................(A. H. Bergen)
High School Orchestra
Invocation...................................The Reverend John A. Frischkorn
Pastor of Grace Lutheran Church
VITALIZED COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM
“Democracy—Our Way of Life”
Harold Smith Wanda Gondek
Sylvia Schwelling Angeline Bonadio John McKay
Norman Berger Joseph Paul
Selection—“University March”....................................(Harris V. Bergh)
High School Orchestra
, PART II
Introspection—“What America Means to Us”
Jack Weiss Betty Paplomatis
Louis Vatavuk Kenneth Collins Mary Tosich
Milton Greenburg Jennie Mattozzi
Flute Solo—“Un Air Ancien”.............................................(N. Tcherepnin)
Emily Jane Sherwood
A Modern Cantata—“Ballad for Americans”
Baritone Soloist—Matthew Tomich
Senior High School Mixed Chorus High School Orchestra
Presentation of the Class.........................................W. R. Anderson
Principal of the Senior High School
Presentation of Diplomas:
Introductory Remarks...........................................W. W. Irwin
Superintendent of Schools
Presentation..........................................Anthony C. Tortorete
Vice President, Board of Education
Announcement of Honors and Awards.................................W. R. Anderson
Recessional—“Huldigungs March”............................................(Edward Grieg)
High School Orchestra %
—56— CLASS ROLL OF 1941
KuIji Muw Aduir J wnio Mae Fore Julia Martini Albert Rybicki
Catherine Affronte Dorothy Franck Angeline Martino Michael Sabo
Doris K. Agosti Paul Franz Nick Masckal Grace Salatino
Wanda Andrukowicz Mary Fukat Jennie Mattozzi Loretta Sanitate
Elizabeth Apisa George Gainer Sophiu Matuk Saverio Snntell
Sue Arci Verna Galarde Catherine Mavrapidos John Sarsan
Mary Asafaylo Ann Gancsos Darrell Maxwell Mary Schell
Peter Habnis Helen Gibel Dorothy Mayerchak Sylvia Schwelling
Frank Babos Valentine Golub John McClain Kathryn Serrian
George Backo Wanda Gondek John McKay Emily Jane Sherwood
Michael Backovich Joseph Gotal Hughie McKinnis Blanche Shupienis
Frank Baniel Catherine Grande Charles Meier Aurelia Sirb
Mary Barber Elizabeth Grande Mary Mikulas Paul Sirb
Peter Barber Milton Greenburg Charles Miller Barbara Skendrovich
Paul Rastecky Elsie Guanciale Dorothy Miller Catherine Skody
Sonja Beader James Guffey Victoria Miller Sophie Skrypski
Margaret Jane Bean Ann Guley Gene Milliron Elmer Slezak
Naomi Bender Julia Hammond William Mirizio Harold Smith
Norman Berger Ann Harakal Alice Miros Rose Socci
Ruth Berger Carolyn Higgins Anthony Missory Theda Solomon
Marie Bibich Frederick Hoelzle Isaac Mitchell Mary Somutican
Martha Bishop John Holodnuk Edward Mlakar Sugar Spanos
Alberta Bitchko Julia Homchosky Earl Moore Anthony Stabile
Carl Blaze Anne Iacino Hugo Morrocco Michael Stabile
Angeline Bonadio Lydia Iacino Joseph Morrison Matilda Stanger
Frank Bordy Rose Iacino Ix‘nna Mudrinich Louise Stefunak
Leonard Borysewlcs Ralph Infante Genevieve Nader Mary Ann Stefanak
John Bosak Geraldine Jackson Marie Namey John Stofan
Rose Bruce Mildred James Beatrice Nathan Margaret Stransky
Mutilda Buholzer Stanley Januszko Rosa Nathan Albert Suchy
Chester Burger Robert Jennings Arthur Nawrocki Marjorie Sudzina
Alice Burprich Matilda Kajma Angelo Nicastro Mike Svetlna
Johnnie Mae Callahan Zigmond Karolewski William Nicastro Patricia Sweeney
Elizabeth Caminiti Cecilia Karpinski Nickolas Nosser Julius Szabo
Hurry Cannon Adam Katakowski Margaret Notar Mae Szabo
Alfred Caputo Betty Jane Katilus Leo Ottrok Mary Tarcy
Concetta Celenzi Edith Katz Eleanor Paezak Virginia Taylor
Charles Chavka Milton Katz Mary Padenich William Taylor
Anne Cheslak Margaret Kavulla Betty Paplomatis Valeria Telega
Anne Churlik James Kerins Lillian Pascal Elsie Mae Thomas
Harold Jack Clowes Helen Kerlick Felma Patrizi Matthew Tomich
Margie M. Clune Mary Kisegy Samuel Patron Mary Tosich
Kenneth Collins Mary K la pack Joseph Paul Stanley Trkulja
Emelia Conticclli Eileen Koch is Leo Pauline Samuel Trotta
Edward Czesnakowicz Steve Kohler Peter Pavuk Olga Turanyi
Philip D’Alcssandro Christina Koukis Vera Pawlak Samuel Urctta
Eleanor D'Amico Chester Krokoski Kathryn Phillips Steve U rsich
Andrew Danos Henry Krokoski Isadore Piciacchio Emma Varro
Perry DeBonis John Kukol John Pilipovich Ann Varvarich
Lillian DcCarlo Stephanie Kuncio Joseph Pinti Marie Vasile
Henry Deck Anthony Kurcon Frances Pipicella Louis Vatavuk
Anne DeMartinis Helen Kustron Theresa Pisani Sarah Vellente
Mary Derloni Stanley Kuzniar Dorothy Plodinec Mary Vlad
Jennie Dizdar William I afayette William Pochal Helen Volansky
Anthony Doddato Clara I«anda Ellen Podolsky Anne V’ranges
Frank Donatclli Dorothy Latsko Mildred Pokrajac Esther Wachter
Yolanda D'Onofrio Betty Lederer James Polyzou Genevieve Warha
William Drake Rutb I cichman Henry- Pratt Gertrude Warha
Lunda Drivere Francis Linonis Richard Prezioso Stella Warobiew
Vilitia Drozdal Hazel Lloyd Samuel Prizant Jack Weiss
Sara Duffee Nervine Lofton Albert Ragster Marjorie Weiss
George Duritsa Paul Low Eulia Ragster William Williams
Alexander Dyll Dorothy Lucas Johnson Ragster Daniel Yaukovich
Joseph Dziarnowski Joseph Lucich Margaret Ray Gloria Yapuncich
George Dzurinda Mary Ludu Rose Reda Lois Yersky
James Elia Theresa Luin Cecelia Repas Harry Yohman
Katherine Evakich Dorothy Luther Margaret Ring John Yovich
Alice Ann Evans Herman Magnotto Cornelius Robinson Catherine Yurcich
Eunice Evans Fiances Mahonovich Philomena Rongo Elizabeth Yurcich
Thomas Evans Margaret Malarchik Virginia Rongo John Zagorec
Joseph Falcon! Mario Mancini Howard Rosenberg Violet Zakan
Frank Fazzalore Ann Markich George Roskos William Zambelli
Grace Feigert Arthur Marks Joseph Ruffo Henrietta Zebrowski
Francis Fisc us Jennie Marks Emily Russo Myrtle Zoldan
Richard Ford Elaine Martin Henry Russo Gloria Zuban —57— Andrew Zolnier★ ★★★★★★★★
CLASS OF 1941
Dorothy Plodinec ....
John McKay ..........
Emily Jane Sherwood
Genevieve Nader .....
Angeline Bonadio ....
Catherine Skody .....
Lydia Iacino ........
Mary Klapack ........
Peter Pavuk .........
Julia Martini .......
Mary Tosich .........
Edith Katz ..........
Mary Vlad ...........
DOROTHY PLODINEC Valedictorian
JOHN McKAY Salutatorian
94.52 Mary Derloni .....................90.80
93.47 Stella Warobicw ..................90.79
93.20 James Polyzou ....................90.78
93.00 Wanda Gondek .....................90.62
92.54 Marjorie Sudzina ................90.52
91.91 Alice Burprich ..................90.45
91.88 Theda Rose Solomon ...............90.44
91.84 Peter Barber ....................90.41
91.77 Jennie Mattozzi ..................90.27
91.62 Cecelia Repas ...................90.16
91.13 Dorothy Miller ..................90.14
91.11 Emelia Conticelli ...............90.05
91.09 Frank Babos ...........:........90.00
91.09 Kenneth Collins ................90.00
90.86 Catherine Grande ................90.00
SENIOR FAREWELL ASSEMBLY PROGRAM
Processional .......................................... Selection by the Orchestra
Welcome Speech ...................................................... Henry Pratt
Patriotic Songs.......................................................... Audience
The American Co|de ................................. Leader and Soloist Doris Agosti
Dorothy Latsko, Mary Ann Stefanak, Mary Vlad,
Stella Warobiew, Julia Martini, Eileen Kochis,
Margaret Notar, Martha Bishop, Genevieve Nader,
Lillian Pascal, Elizabeth Grande.
Presentation of the American Legion Award Medals................................
..........................Andrew Podolsky to Dorothy Plodinec and John McKay
Presentation and Acceptance of the Cap and Gown.................................
Short Address ............................
Vocal Solo ................................
Farewell Speech ..........................
Dismissal Speech .........................
Songs: “Farewell,” and “Auld Lang Syne” Recessional...............................
Anthony Stabile and John Burgoon
..................W. R. Anderson
.................. Ellen Podolsky
............ Emily Jane Sherwood
.....................W. W. Irwin
............. Class and Audience
....... Selection by the Orchestra
Anthony Stabile . Henry Pratt . . . . Angeline Bonadio Miss Esther Zentz
. . . . President Vice President . . . . Secretary . Class Advisor
CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER
Red and White American Beauty Rose
“Onward and Upward”
W. R. ANDERSON President
LEE ROY DAY Coach of Football and Track
ANTHONY TORTORETE Board of Directors
RALPH E. DRESCH Secretary-Treasurer Director of Athletics
TUDOR E. LEWIS Coach of Basketball
DR. L. R. LANDAY Board of Directors
CARROLL D. KEARNS Superintendent of Schools
ANTHONY PAULEKAS Coach of Wrestling
ROY DE BRAKALEER Alumni Association
1941 FOOTBALL SQUAD
First Row: Louis Zickar, Albert Phillips, Alonzo Owens, Samuel Miletta, James Alter,
Alex Bordy, William Satterwhite.
Second Row: William De Capua. Hector Morocco, Joseph Kovac, Robert Day, Ga-
briel Pruent, Joseph Rupert, John Mouganis, Anthony Biblis, Frank Billak, Donald Grande, Nickolas Nickoloff, Anthony Falconi.
Third Row: Rudolph Prezioso, Joseph Bencivengo, William Mack, Philip Chiappia-
nella, Albert Nicastro, Thomas Adams, George Ondich, Joseph Guthrie, Floyd Jackson, Roy Thurston, James Basilone, Robert Trombacco.
Fourth Row: Harry Caminiti, Daniel Zipay, George Branzovich, Larry Bettua, An-
drew Skody, John Conticelli, Larry Napolitan, Frank Szabo, John Botos.
Co-captain Joseph Rupert, Coach Lee Roy Day, Co-captain John Mouganis.
Front Row: Frank Billak, Anthony Biblis, John Mouganis, Albert Nicastro, Joseph
Bencivengo, Gabriel Pruent, Thomas Adams.
Rear Row: Robert Day, Joseph Kovac, James Basilone, Hector Morocco, Joseph
Seniors: George Stiftinger, George Kerlek. Frank Billak, Anthony Biblis, John Mou-
ganis, Nick Nickoloff, Gabriel Pruent, Joseph Kovac, Joseph Rupert, Robert Day, Anthony Falconi, manager.
Others: Thomas Adams, Robert Trombacco, Philip Chiappianella, Joseph Bencivengo,
Albert Nicastro, James Basilone. William Mack, James Mack, James Alter, Hector Morocco.
Hawdy Prizant Henry Caputo Dominic Russo Carl Tralich Eugene Bechtold
Anthony Bencivengo Steve Radasevich Nick Nickoloff Roy Thut
James Alter Thomas Toskin Albert Klotz Joseph Bencivengo Gabriel Pruent
1942 VARSITY BASKETBALL AWARDS
“F” SWEATERS James Basilone George Kerlek
Frank Callahan Leo Palumbo
James Davis, Manager
Thomas Adams Steve Skendrovieh
Anthony Peruzzi Edward Rock Samuel Satterwhite Paul Meleky, Manager
—60—SQUAD. LEADERS. VARSITY
Photographs—Courtesy of The Sharon Herald.
—62—LEE ROY P. DAY
Coach Football and Track
1941 FOOTBALL SEASON
At the outset of the 1941 football season, the squad, although composed of practically all new and inexperienced players, displayed a shrewd fighting spirit and an ability to arouse the enthusiasm of the student body in the most popular sport of the school. Under the co-captaincy of John Mouganis and Joseph Rupert, the team inaugurated the season on the home field, against Greenville. This small but stubborn eleven were the first to show promise when Jim Dunnavant, speedy halfback. scored on a dash from the 15 yard line. Rut from then on, it was all Farrell, with the Night Riders combining power, speed, and deception to score a touchdown in each of the following quarters to win their first game with a score of 19-6.
When they played their second game of the season, the Night Riders tiuvclcd to New Castle to moot tho Red Hurricane at Taggart Stadium. Led by “General” Lee, a speedy halfback, the Reds made the game tough for the Night Riders. Lee broke through and reached the goal twice in the first quarter. The Reds also scored again before the half. At this time, the Night Riders settled down and held their ground until tne Reds again tallied in the third quarter; then Farrell started rolling and gaining ground. A long pass from Basil one to Mack gave Farrell their only touchdown, but it broke New Castle’s hopes of ending the season unscored upon. The Farrell Eleven played a good game against the tough Reds.
In the next game, the determined Night Riders played a powerful Donora team to a 6-6 tie. A brilliant run by Bob Day in the second period netted Farrell 57 yards, only to be halted three yards from pay dirt. Donora then came back on an 86 yard drive and made their single score. Rupert, who was injured, was replaced by Alter, a very able substitute. With two minutes to play, Farrell stopped Donora on the 2 yard line and started a 98 yard driv? with the help of a few nice passes and good plunging which netted them a touchdown and enabled Farrell to tic Donora 6-6.
Assistant Coach Football
Assistant Coach Football
On a slippery field, the Farrell Night Riders and the Sharps-ville Blue Devils fought to a scoreless- tie. Linemen on both teams played a good defensive game. Farrell threatened to score early in the first quarter when they were halted on the Sharpsville 16 yard line. Rupert was the sparkplug in the Night Riders’ attack. Sharpsville’s threat came in the second period when, led by the brilliant playing of Americus Baggiossi, the Blue Devils marched to Farrell’s ten yard line only to lose the ball on a bad pass. The rest of the game was battled out evenly.
The game with Chaney revealed the remarkable playing ability of the Night Riders. Before a capacity crowd of 3,000 at the Farrell High School Athletic Field, the Night Riders displayed the best brand of football they had played all season. However, the final score was 12-7 with the Youngstown team ahead. Chaney’s first score came by way of a short plunge hy Papach, and the second, on an end run by Brandovich. Farrell’s only score came in the final period when Hector Morocco broke through tackle from the eleven yard line to chalk up six points, with Pruent kicking off for the extra point. It was during the half at this game that the annual crowning of the homecoming queen and her attendants was staged.
1941 FOOTBALL SEASON
Farrell then traveled to Toledo to meet a strong Toledo Libbey Eleven. Kerlek stopped a Toledo drive of 60 yards by recovering a fumble on the 2 yard line. The first three quarters were played about even by both teams. In the last quarter, Toltz, a Toledo half-back, broke through for the only score. Farrell was handicapped by many penalties imposed upon them. They were set back just when the goal was almost in their hand.
Played in a field of mud and in rain, the Farrell-Meadville game ended in a tie 7-7. Farrell made their score early in the second quarter after a Meadville fumble was recovered on the Farrell 39 yard line, and from there sparked by Basilone and Rupert, they marched to the goal posts. Rupert ran the ball for the extra point. Both teams were within scoring distances more than once, only to lose the ball by fumbling. Finally in the last quarter, Bill Craine of Meadville made some nice plunges and reached the goals posts, and later the extra point was kicked. The game ended with the score still 7-7. This tie made the third draw of the season for the Night Riders.
In their final contest of the season, the Night Riders overcame the Windber High “Miners” by a close margin of 7-6. A blocked kick at the beginning of the second half gave Farrell possession of the ball on the 50 yard line, with the score made in five plays, sparked by Hector Morocco, to the three yard line where Jim Basilone scored. Windber’s score had been effected in the second quarter from the 44 yard line after several perfectly timed passes. Although odds had been tremendously in favor of the down-staters, the Night Riders managed to ring down their curtain on the 1941 football season with two victories, three ties and three defeats.
1941 FOOTBALL RECORD
September 1 12—Greenville 6 Farrell .... 19
September 19—New Castle 25 Farrell .... 7
September October 26—Donora 6 Farrell . 6
1 Sharpsvillc Farrell .... . . . . 0
October 10—Youngstown Chaney 12 Farrell .... . . . . 7
October 17—Toledo Libbev Farrell .... 0
October 24—Meadville 7 Farrell 7
November 1—Windber Farrell .... 7
1942 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
September 25 . Woodrow Wilson
On December 13, 1941, Farrell High School opened its basketball season by defeating a tall New Castle team, 32-21, on the home court. Frank Callahan provided a last quarter spark to carry the Steelers to victory with Steve Skendrovich as high scorer. Coach Tudor Lewis tried out all of the boys on the squad while he was planning and building a fast combination.
Showing a little better form than in their opening game, the Steelers coasted to an easy 38-2G victory over Har-Brack Union High School at Har-Brack. Again all of the players received a tryout with the sharpshooting Edward Rock leading the scoring.
The fast moving Steelers handed Canton Timken their first defeat, 40-36, when they used their fast breaking plays for close-in shots. Twice Farrell stretched their lead to ten points only to have Canton Timken cut the margin down. Seven players scored with Frank Callahan leading with twelve points.
When Sharpsville’s undefeated team came to Farrell, they hoped to break the Steelers win streak, but ragged ball kept the scores of both teams down. When the final whistle blew, Farrell was still undefeated, with the score 23-12 in their favor. Sharpsville was held to three field goals. Kerlek’s defensive work and Skendrovich’s scoring were the high marks of the game.
The Hickory Hornets also came to Farrell undefeated, but their string of victories was broken by the Steelers who won 27-18 in a close battle. The Farrell team hit their stride in the fourth quarter and Hickory could not stop them. Adams’ work at reserve center was very good. Frank Callahan sparked the offense.
By defeating the Conemaugh team, the Steelers met their fifth undefeated team and had their revenge for a P. I. A. A. semi-final defeat two years ago. Reversing their tight play of the last two games, the Farrell team was loose, calm and collected. Expert ball handling and smart headwork of all of the boys featured the game. The work of Leo Palumbo was outstanding. The score of the game was 32-22.
In a thrilling photo finish game in which the Farrell team proved their right to the name of Steelers, Farrell took their first and only defeat of the regular season at the hands of the Warren. Ohio, team. With Warren leading throughout the game to the last forty seconds, the Steelers fought an uphill battle. With a fighting spirit to advance, the Steelers took the lead 34-33, with only seconds to play, but Rhine of Warren had one more hurried shot which he made to put Warren in the lead 35-34. Before Farrell could put the ball in play again, the whistle blew and ended the game. Outseored from the field, Warren’s foul shooting kept them in the game. With Callahan’s shooting, the work of the reserve players was outstanding in the courageous fight presented by the Steelers.
Spurred by the Warren defeat, the Steelers trounced a highly rated New Brighton team by a 48-25 score. Farrell took the lead early and held it throughout the game. This game marked the appearance of Robert Trombacco in the starting lineup. Before the game was over, Coach Lewis used every man on the squad.
Playing a fast game of ball, the Steelers won their eighth victory by handing the Woodrow Wilson team a 37-21 lacing. Farrell had little trouble with the Youngs-towners and held them to one goal during the first half. The Woodrow Wilson quintet had an advantage in height, but they could not stop the Steelers from nabbing rebounds. Rock and Callahan were high scorers with 11 and 7 points respectively.
In their game with Alliance, Ohio, High School, the Steelers rolled to a 43-22 victory. Although Alliance had the height, they were unable to stop the Farrell quintet from clicking. The scoring was evenly divided with Skendrovich and Adams leading with eight points. The defensive work of Trombacco was beginning to be outstanding.
COACH TUDOR LEWIS
Limiting their opponents to just one pair of goals, the Steelers coasted to an easy victory of 38-11 over Ashtabula. The entire squad was given a good workout in preparation for the Sharon game, and therefore almost all of them scored.
In the Sharon-Farrel! game, the Steelers really showed the Tigers who held the upper hand by defeating them by a 45-35 score. The contest was a real battle with both teams playing excellent ball. They were tied 5-5 at the end of the first quarter, but Farrell quickly took the lead and set a pace that kept the Tigers on the short end of the score. This was too much for the Tigers in the last quarter. Callahan and Kerlek led the Steelers with twenty and fourteen points respectively, while Molnar and Suita led the Tigers’ scoring with thirteen points each. The fine defensive work of Trombacco was an important factor in the victory. This game was Farrell’s twenty-sixth victory in fifty-three meetings with Sharon.
At Sharpsville, the Steelers again proved their superiority by making it two wins in a row over the Blue Devils by a score of 34-22. The air-tight defense of the Steelers prevented the Blue Devils' scoring. Callahan's side court shots kept the Steelers in the lead. Skendrovieh was high scorer with eleven points, followed by Callahan and Kerlek with ten and eight points respectively. The floor work of Edward Rock was sensational.
Farrell made it two wins in a row over Hickory when they scored a 38-23 victory. Edward Rock, who was high scorer with thirteen points, sparked the Steelers with his excellent ball playing. This showed the Hornets that if they checked one Steeler star, that is the sign for another star to get in the scoring limelight. With Callahan checked well, it was Rock who was the star.
A highly rated Akron South quintet came to Farrell with the hope of adding the Steelers to their list of victories, but the accurate shooting and the air-tight defense of the Steelers brought defeat to the Akron qintet, by a 49-27 score. Callahan, Rock, and Kerlek set the pace for the Steelers with eleven, ten and ten points.
Beating a Friday 13 jinx, the Steelers defeated the Sharon Tigers for the second time this season by a score of 26-18. The Farrell High School Gymnasium was crowded to capacity as Farrell won the Mercer County Class AA Championship. Edward Rock came into the limelight with his excellent playing when he led the Steelers to victory. Farrell’s defense did not give the Sharon sharpshooters many chances to score because the Steelers also controlled almost all of the rebounds. The Tigers were never able to take the lead from the Steelers.
The Steelers ended their home season by defeating the Strong Vincent team 59-28. In the third period, they made twenty-one points. Andrew Gladysz, who did excellent work all season as a replacement, sparked the Steelers to victory by his sensational playing in this game. In tribute to the senior players on the team, Coach Lewis let the seniors play all but the last throe minutes of the game. The work of James Basilone showed that the Steelers had another player who could be depended upon in a pinch.
Without much effort, the Steelers upset the Greenville High School team by a score of 40 to 23 in the game played at the Thiel College court. As a reward for his fine playing in the Erie Strong Vincent game, Andrew Gladysz started in the forward position. Whenever Greenville threatened to cut the Steelers' lead, a barrage of baskets quickly placed Farrell out of the danger zone. Steve Skendrovieh tipped in timely rebounds to lead his team with eleven points. Basilonc's work in the last quarter helped to clinch the victory.
With a well balanced attack, the Steelers downed the Conemaugh Ironhorse at the downstate court by a convincing margin of 16 points, 41 to 25. The Steelers took an early lead and were never threatened by the Ironhorse quintet. Even with the reserves in the game, Farrell outscored Conemaugh in every period. Steve Sken-drovich and Andrew Gladysz, with fourteen and eight points, captured scoring honors, while Rock, Callahan and Kerlek were Farrell’s big guns in the attack.
The Steelers hit their stride in the second period and kept rolling at top speed until the end of the game to down the Sharpsville Blue Devils 40 to 21. The Blue Devils started a barrage of baskets in the first period, but the Steelers found their mark and took the lead in the second period and were never threatened by the Blue Devils. Callahan and Kerlek scored nine points each. The entire squad was given a chance to perform.
In the Mercer County playoffs which were held at Hubbard High School Gymnasium, Hubbard. Ohio, Sharon defeated Farrell by a score of 30 to 28. The Tigers never trailed during the game, but the Steelers threatened many times to cut their lead only to have the Tigers spurt ahead. Sharon’s excellent defense kept Farrell’s big guns silent. Adams and Basilone, substitutes at center and at guard, played an excellent game. The Stee’ers never gave up even as the end of the game drew near; therefore we salute the entire squad and our honored Coach Tudor Lewis for their successful season of nineteen victories in twenty-one games.★ ★★★★★★★★
First Row: Frank Callahan, Leo Palumbo, Edward Rock.
Second Row: Andrew Gladysz, Robert Trombacco, Anthony Peruzzi, Leroy Ganzy,
James Basilonc, Phillip Chiappianella.
Third Row: James Davis, manager; Steve Skendrovich, George Kerlek, Samuel Sailer-white, Thomas Adams, Victor Danilov, Coach Tudor Lewis.
December December December December January January January January 12 p 19 [..., 23 30 2 6 .. New Castle .. liar-Brack Union .. Canton Timken .. Sharpsville .. Hickory .. Conemaugh . 21 . 26 . 36 . 12 . 18 . 22 Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell 32 38 40 23 27 32
9 .. Warren . 35 Farrell 34
13 .. New Bighton . 25 Farrell 48
January 16 .. Woodrow Wilson . 21 Farrell 37
January 23 .. Alliance . 22 Farrell 43
January 27 .. Ashtabula . 11 Farrell 38
January 30 .. Sharon . 35 Farrell 45
February 3 .. Sharpsville . 22 Farrell 34
February February 6 .. Hickory . 23 Farrell 38
10 .. Akron South . 27 Farrell 49
February 13 .. Sharon Farrell 26
February February February 17 .. Erie Strong Vincent . 28 Farrell 59
20 .. Greenville . 23 Farrell 40
27 .. Conemaugh TOURNAMENT GAMES . 25 Farrell 41
March 3 .. .. Sharpsville ....21 Farrell 40
March 6 .. .. Sharon .. 30 Farrell 28
First Row: Anthony DeMario, Joseph Cannone, William Benya
Second Row: Philip Tizio, Daniel Zipay, William Facko, Daniel Pawlak, Leonard
Kaletka, Edward Williams, manager.
Third Row: William Ford, Paul Russell, John Tsantes, George Marenchin, Alonzo
Owens. William Alsnauer, Coach Charles Snyder.
New Castle ......................... 14
Har-Brack Union .................... 12
Steelers ........................... 29
Sharpsville .......... ............. 15
Hickory ............................ 15
Golden Pheasants ................... 19
Warren ............................. 16
Steelers ........................... 21
Woodrow Wilson ...................... 7
Alliance ........................... 21
Varsity F .......................... 21
Sharon ........................... 27
Sharpsville ........................ 16
Hickory ............................ 14
Golden Pheasants ................... 20
Sharon ............................. 16
Farrell Junior High School ......... 20
First Row: Clarence Wojdanowski, Rudolph Radasevich, John Bralich, Eugene Bech-told. Louis Stanovicli, Carmen Davanu, Lawrence Napolitan.
Second Row: Joseph Bencivengo, Anthony Bencivengo, Steve Radasevich, Nick
NickolofT, captain; Albert Klotz, Roy Thut, Gabriel Pruent.
Third Row: Coach Anthony Paulekas, Henry Caputo, George Cherhit, Theodore
Stefanak, Albert Nicastro, Carl Tralich, Janies Alter, Phillip Davano, Dominic Russo, Paul Meleky, manager.
WRESTLING TEAM RECORD
Under the direction of Coach Anthony Paulekas, Farrell High School Grapplers had a successful season of four victories and three losses. Caputo, NickolofT and Russo were the experienced members of the squad. Nick NickolofT, who was captain of the group, was the only undefeated wrestler of the season. The high scorers among the grapplers for the season were Russo with 28 points, Pruent with 27 points, NickolofT with 25 points, and Prizant with 21 points.
In the District 10 Tournament which was held at Farrell, four schools competed; namely: Farrell, Grove City, Hickory and Greenville. Grove City placed first and Farrell placed second with 31 points. Caputo, NickolofT, Pruent and Russo were the district winners from Farrell.
Caputo and Pruent of Farrell were defeated in the preliminary rounds at Pennsylvania State College, but NickolofT and Russo went to the state semi finals only to be eliminated. The only member of the District 10 group to win a title was Steve De Augustine of Grove City, who took the 120 pound wrestling title.
The record for the season was as follows: Farrell 29, Hickory 18; Farrell 27, Greenville 10; Farrell 10, John Hay 20; Farrell 18, Grove City 27; Farrell 28, Greenville 11; Farrell 38, Hickory 8. and Farrell 19, Grove City 22.
Sponsored by the Physical Education Department May 1, 1942
FREE EXERCISE DRILL Margaret Losik, Diana Pokrajac, Zora Pokrajac, Ruthetta Riffer, Rose Pipicelli, Emma Pilone, Ann Pillar, Cecelia Habarka, Irene Betts, Betty Blastos, Helen Babos, Irene Gotch, Ann Botas, Eleanore Dravesky, Laura Stanek, Antoinette Necaster, Louise Gargano, Theresa Scannella, Sophie Pascel, Olympia Missory, Cornelia Cernea. Dolores Steibly, Mildred Schmidt, Vivienne Shaffer, Cecelia Stanek, Gertrude Buck-alew, Florence Tataseo, Louise Salandria, Frances Yurcich, Agnes Sostarich, Stella Telega, Mary Vozarik, Gertrude Burprich, Josephine Horzich, Margaret Kraynak, Rose Desput, Blanche Landa, Dorothy Madura, Stella Mudrinich, Irene Geletka, Patricia Glover, Marjorie Taylor, Rose Petrillo, Florence Mastrian.
BOYS’ MASS EXERCISE DRILL TUMBLING GROUP Mary Varvarich. Laura Jean Johnston, Carolyn Tomich, Gertrude Buckalew, Marguerite Krantz, Margaret Rombold, Louise Salandria, Esther Guanciale, Anne Lucie, Florence Tataseo, Helen Klutcher, Sara Rothenberg, Betty Rothenberg, Mildred Schmidt, Beatrice Takash, Louise Gabriel, Inez Wetherstein, Ada Dunkerly.
BOYS’ MILITARY MARCH LA CONGA DANCE
Peggy Smith, Peggy Leyshock, Anne Bastecky, Madeline Vranges, Heien Geiak, Noreen Komar, Arcension Campos, Edith Leichman, Ethel Currie, Mary Crisan, Dolores Firlit, Inez Wetherstein, Marguerite Krantz, Helen Klutcher, Louise De-Gerolamo.
TUMBLING GROUP William Zelch, Leonard Kaletka, Paul Fasser, Robert Bastide, Thomas Ellis, Harold Henning. Edward Lobkowicz, Howdy Prizant, Herman Prizant, James Alter.
PYRAMID BUILDING George Balach, Anthony DeCarmen, Andrew Maturin, Vasile Chirila, William Doyle, Carl Duleba, Elias Paczak, Alex Wojdandoski, Mike Blasko, Paul Avril, James Alter, Paul Turner, William Benya, Guy Zupo, Robert Bogdan, Elmer Churlik, Joseph Conticelli, Harold Weiser, Samuel Mamone, John Joannow, Roy Thut, William Smith, Paul Andrews, Adrian Fiscus, Walter Gillespie, Charles Lauderman.
TAP DANCE Ethel Currie Mary Crisan
GIRLS’ TUMBLING FEATURE BOYS’ TUMBLING FEATURE
Esther Guanciale Herman Prizant
GOD BLESS AMERICA Group Number
GIRLS' CLUB TEAMS
First Row: Jennie Gladysz, Ruth Low, Della Sed, Leticia Margiean, Julia Christoff,
Goldie Miku|in, Florence Tataseo, Marie Stabile.
Second Row: Eda Marie Schon, Louise Salandria, Ora Jean Adams, Sarah Rothen-
berg, Irene Betts. Dorothy Milich, Antoinette DeGennaro.
Third Row: Laura Jean Johnston. Mary Varvarich. Esther Guanciale, Margaret Rombold, Gertrude Buckalew, Mildred Schmidt, Betty Rothenberg, Margaret Milletta.
GIRLS' CLASS TEAMS
First Row: Seniors:—Florence Tataseo, Marie Stabile, Carrie Belle Jackson, Helen
Tsantes, Lucille Dickman, Dorothy Marenchin. Helen Geiak, Gertrude Buckalew.
Second Row: Juniors:—Ruth Low’, Coach; Jennie Gladysz, Louise Salandria, Amelia Ray, Mary Ann Jackson, Willie Mae Mack, Dorothy Smith, Blanche Landa, Gertrude Burprich, Lulu Paplomatis, Irene Kovac.
Third Row: Sophomores:—Marguerite Krantz, Helen Klutchcr, Laura Jean Johnston,
Mary Varvarich, Arcension Campos, Betty Smiley, Margaret Losik, Cecelia Stanick, Esther Guanciale, Violet Crim, Anna Ruth Kee, Noreen Komar.
GIRLS’ CLASS BASKETBALL RECORD
BOYS’ CLUB TEAMS
First Row: William DeOapua, Anthony Biblis, Gabriel Pruent, Joseph Rupert, Joseph Bencivengo, Hector Morocco.
Second Row: Peter Carine, Edward Hoagland, James Davis, Paul Meleky, Alvin
Amos, George Stiftinger.
Third Row: Joseph Weitzen, Leonard Kaletka, Frank Szabo, Richard Trombacco,
BOYS’ CLASS TEAMS
First Row: Seniors:—George Balach. Gabriel Pruent. Anthony Biblis. George Stif-
tinger, John Petrillo, Alex Swiecinski, Joseph Rupert, Casimer Dyll, Joseph Viselli, James Davis.
Second Row: Juniors:—Henry Caputo, August Petrillo, Edward Hoagland, Theodore Nogay, James Gillespie, Peter Carine, Victor Ujakovich, William DeCapua, Alvin Amos, William Zelch.
Third Row: Sophomores:—Joseph Weitzen. Leonard Kaletka. Patsey Christello,
Herbert Speizer, Frank Szabo, Larry Napolitan, Richard Trombacco, Edward Williams.
BOYS’ CLASS BASKETBALL RECORD
Juniors .... ..........18
Neil Caputo, Florence Tataseo, Jennie Gladys, Irene Kovac, Jerry Tallarico.
Edward Hoagland, Joseph Weitzen, John Joannow, Russell Stepanchak, Joseph Neiman, Albert Mrozek, Adam Krukar, Alfred Hesko.
Rose Marie Bronich, Homecoming Queen Marie Avril, Laura Jean Johnston, Betty Jane Stefanak, Lucille Hickman, Mary Lois Brown. Dolores Firlit. Peggy Lou Smith, Goldie Mikulin.
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND
.lamps W. Dunlop, Director
William Ames James Crivello Anthony DeMario Michael Dzurinda Margaret Grande
ALTO CLARINET Andrew Simonik
FLUTE Ora Jean Adams
Mary Ann Holodnak Carrie Belle Jackson Walter Kustron Mary Makara Samuel Miletta Eleanore Mirage
BASS CLARINET Donald Drake
Ronald Secovitch Anthony Spanos
Ralph Neapolitan Steve Pachan Ruth Rosenberg Mary Ellen Somich Steve Uhalie
SOPRANO SAXOPHONE Marguerite Krantz
Betty Jane Stefanak
C MELODY SAXOPHONE TENOR SAXOPHONE
Ronald Stefanick CORNETS AND TRUMPETS June Davis John Suchy
John Capson John Harakal Anthony Mason James Roseboro Lawrence Roseboro Paul Turner Antoinette Yersky
FRENCH HORNS TROMBONES BARITONES
Joseph Robinson Edward Taylor Lucille Lafayette Leroy Marsteller Calvin Vermeire John Warha William Armour Edward Thomas
BASSES PERCUSSION PERCUSSION
Elmer Babos Ellis Robinson Russell Stepanchak Donald Reed Robert Sherwood Tykie Theofilis Eugene Watson Clem Williams Jack Wilson
GLOCKENSPIEL DRUM MAJOR
Margaret Reda MAJORETTES Elmer Szabo
Eleanore Bacon Rose Marie Darlington Martha Mae Leunis Dolores Szabo
Peter Tatusko Peter Yurcich
—76—SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND
James W. Dunlop, Director
James W. Dunlop, Director
First Row: Samuel Santelli, Daniel Pawlak, James Davis, William Rager, Mr. James
W. Dunlop, Edward Hoagland, Samuel Hamilton, Aurelius Petrick, Robert Wachter.
Second Row: Gerald Jones, Onofrio Lombardo, Russell Evans, Jack Hanley, Ellis
Robinson, John Chiodo, Emil Hohoi, Conrad Joseph, Joseph Weitzen.
Third Row: Samuel Weitzen, Harold Henning, Calvin Vermeire, Ray Reddinger,
Carl Marks, Alvin Amos, James Norris, Jack Wilson, Eugene Bechtold.
Fourth Row: James Basilone, Adam Krukar, Louis Rosenblum, Samuel Schermer,
Anthony Churko. Alfred Hesko, Edward Lobkowicz, Joseph Neiman, Robert Trombacco.
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Director
Emeric Bene Elizabeth Berkon Matilda Bucholzi Sylvia Camp Lucy Demico Ida Donatelli William Facko Adrian Fiscus Edmund Grgulak Betty Gustus William Hnida Kenneth Katz Thomas Leonard Alice Mazzotti Simon Mirkovich Claire Mohney Catherine Nader Joseph Robinson Rose Ruggiero David Vermeire
SAXOPHONES TRUMPETS CLARINETS
Adeline Bousiges Alice Charriere Raymond Greco Anthony Spanos Albert Glaven James Roseboro Carrie Belle Jackson Mary Elizabeth Makara Helen Minkoff Ralph Napolitan
FLUTES MANDOLINS PIANO
Ora Jean Adams Emily Jane Sherwood William Bobby Angeline Donatelli Joseph Apisa Lucille Rosenblum
BARITONE VIOLA TROMBONE
William Armour Louise Salandria Lucille Lafayette
XYLOPHONE BELL LYRA CELLO
Cecelia Kutcher Samuel Schermer Robert Sherwood
FRENCH HORN MARIMBA TUBA
Paul Turner Eleanor Mirage Elmer Babos
Eugene Watson Clem Williams Jack Wilson Eugene Greco Joseph Guthrie W’illiam Robinson
TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1942, AT 8:00 P. M.
Mrs. Virginia J. Armstrong, Director
“Old King Cole ’ Fantasia..........................................Brockton
“Minuet” from “Berenice”.............................................Handel
“Famous Waldteufel Waltzes”.......................arranged Cheyette-Roberts
Mr. Louis Cohen. Hickory Township, Conducting
“Russian Dance” ...............................................Tschaikowsky
“Showboat” ........................................................... Kern
M iss Helena E. Spisak, Director
“A Violin Is Singing in the Street”.................................Koshetz
“Song of an Old Fisherman”.........................................Lockwood
“A Spring Night”.....................................................Luvaas
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ ENSEMBLE
“O Divine Redeemer”..................................................Gounod
“Beautiful Saviour” ...........................................Christiansen
Mrs. Ruth C. Webb, Hickory Township, Conducting “E’en Such Is Time”...................................................Braun
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' ENSEMBLE
“Flower of Dreams” ..................................................Clokey
“Mother Goose Suite” ................................................Horton
James W. Dunlop, Director
“March of the Steel Men”........................................Belsterling
“The Traveller,” Overture ..........................................Buchtel
“Polka Dots,” Cornet Trio...........................................Buchtel
Soloists: John Capson, James Roseboro, Paul Turner
“King Arthur” .......................................................Thomas
Mr. David Rees, Sharon, Conducting
“Stardust” ..................................................... Carmichael
“American Patrol”................................................. Meacham
Miss Helena E. Spisak, Director
First Row:—Jeanne Kozar, Mary Lois Brown, Matilda Bucholfki, Gertrude Rurprich. Laura Staniek. Anne Pillar, Gladys Owens, Magdeleine Askerneese, Virginia Martin, Ruthetta Riffer, Miss Spisak, Norma Carine, Jacqueline Gatet, Irene Rogan, Cecilia Habarka, Dorothy Smith, Gertrude Horton, Thelma Folsome, Antoinette Ruggiero, Dorothy Baron, Helen Bordy.
Second Row:—Frances Golub, Martha Dyll, Eleanor Dravesky, Dorothy Madura, Madeline Vranges, Mary Ann Holodnak, Frances Paladino, Frances Veselosky, Rose Marie Darlington. Pauline Kohut. Peggy Leyshock. Barbara Ann O’Dai, Grace Christello, Ann Karol, Dorothy Androsko, Anne Basteckey, Shirley Blai» , Nancy Grande. Rose Desput. Bernadine Morasco, Mary Popp. Amelia Ray.
Third Row:—Mary Ann Jackson, Nancy Alston, Anna Fukat. Irene Miklos, Peggy Smith, Jeanne Songer, Perle Hausman, Carolyn Tornich, Isabelle Jager, Mary Tota, Rose Marie Bronich. Dolores Firlit, Eleanore Haniak, Rose Vranich, Betty Jane | Hagerty, Kathryn Fauceglia, Angeline Rupnik, Mildred McCoy, Barbara Brqdich, Plaeide Broderick, Eleanor Bobby.
"TOM THUMB WEDDING"
On Thursday, February 5, 1942, the Farrell Music Guild under the direction of Mrs. Edward Thomas sponsored the “Tom Thumb Wedding” in which the students of the elementary schools and the music department of the junior and the senior high schools participated. Four hundred students garbed in colorful and brilliant costumes made up the cast.
The following musical program was presented during the wedding ceremonies: “Triumphal March from Aida,” by the band, “To a Wild Rose,” by the girls’ chorus; “Liebestraum” by the orchestra; vocal solo, “II Baccio,” by Mildred Ciccaronc; “Kiss Me Again,” by the band; vocal solo, “At Dawning,” by Rose Marie Darlington; xylophone solo, “Wedding of the Painted Doll,” by Cecilia Kutcher; vocal solo, “Ah Sweet Mystery of Life,” by Mary Lois Brown; “Will You Remember” by the band; “I Love You Truly,” by the chorus; “Love’s Old Sweet Song,” by the chorus and the orchestra; “Flower Garden Tale” by the orchestra; Wagner’s “Wedding March” by the orchestra. and Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March.” by the band. The music program was under the supervision of Mr. James Dunlop, Mrs. Duane Armstrong, and Miss Helena E. Spisak.
On Friday afternoon and evening, March 27, l'J42, the Mercer County Music-Forensic contests were held at Farrell Senior High School. Sharon, Grove City, Sandy Lake, Greenville, Farrell, Stoneboro, Sharpsville, Mercer and Fredonia won first places in the contests; therefore, they sent their representatives to the Northwest District contests which were held at Edinboro State Teachers College, on April 10 and 11, 1042. The first place winners for Farrell were Robert Sherwood in violoncello; Eugene Greco in double bass, and Cecelia Kutcher in xylophone. The evening session featured the county high school girls’ choruses, the girls’ ensembles, and the mixed ensembles. Greenville, Grove City, and Sandy Lake won the first places in the evening contests. During the program, the Farrell Senior High School Band, under the direction of Mr. James W. Dunlop, presented several selections.
In the Mercer County meet, the Farrell contestants and alternates were as follows: declamation, Edith Leichman and James Crivello; poetry reading, Stella Mudrinich and Peggy Campagna; piano, Ronald Secovich and Nick Schiau; cornet, Paul Turner: trombone, Calvin Vermeire; baritone horn, William Armour; tuba, Elmer Babos: flute, Ora Jean Adams; clarinet, Ralph Napolitan; violin, Claire Mohney; violoncello, Robert Sherwood; double bass, Eugene Greco and Joseph Guthrie; Cecelia Kutcher, xylophone; alto saxophone, Anthony Spanos; soprano solo, Mildred Cic-cerone and Rose Marie Darlington; alto solo. Frances Paladino and Mildred McCoy; girls’ ensemble, Rose Marie Darlington, Mary Lois Brown, Rose Vranich, Pauline Kohut, Jeanne Songer, Placide Broderick, Jeanne Kozar, Bernadine Morascus, Ann Karol, Frances Paladino, Dorothy Baron, and Shirley Blair; mixed ensemble, Peggy Smith, Perle Hausman, Dolores Firlit, Olga Cikity, Peggy Leyshock, Jacqueline Gatet, Milldred McCoy, Elinor Bobby, Robert Wachter, Samuel Sohermer. Louis Rosenblum, Harold Henning, Edward Hoagland, Samuel Weitzen, and Ellis Robinson; girls’ trio, Annette Stepanchak, Eleanor Firlin, Elsie Mae Frank. The coaches of the contestants were Miss Julia Wallace, Miss Martha Golden, Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Miss Helena Spisak, and Mr. James W. Dunlop.
Eugene Greco won first place in the double bass contest in the State Music-Forensic Contest.
First Row: Edith Leichman, Ora Jean Adams, Stella Mudrinich, Paul Turner, Peggy Campagna, Lucille Rosenblum. Mary Lois Brown.
Second Row: James Crivello, Claire Mohney, Cecelia Kutcher, Mildred Ciccerone,
Robert Wachter, Ralph Napolitan.
Third Row: Robert Sherwood, Ellis Robinson, Joseph Guthrie, Edward Thomas,
William Armour, Ronald Secovich.
Fourth Row: Elmer Bahos, John Capson, Louis Rosenblum. James Roseboro, Eugene Greco, Anthony Spanos.★ ★★★★★★★★
THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY
A Comedy-Drama in Three Acts by Jean Lee Latham Directed by Miss Esther Zentz Farrell Senior High School Auditorium Friday Evening, November 7, 1941
Doctor John Hillary, “Old Doc"...............................................Dwight Robson
Doctor Robert Hi|llary, “Bob ' his son...................................Gene Greco
Pa Brown, a neighbor..........................................................Alfred Hesko
Ma Brown, his wife........................................................Jacqueline Gatet
Margaret Burns, Bob’s fiancee................................................Julia Christoff
Dick Burns, her kid brother.........................................Robert Wachter
Janet Martin, “Old Doc’s” niece.......................................Marilyn Sabo
Mr. Hepple, a lawyer................................................Calvin Vermeire
Doctor Edmond Brand, a friend of Bob ................................Louis Rosenblum
Helen Brand, his daughter............................................Perle Hausman
Mary Selby.......................................................Stella Stefanowicz
Mrs. Rossi........................................................... Pauline Kohut.
Mrs. Cronin...................................................................Jeanne Songer
Mrs. Mellon ...........................................................Lois Williams
Lois Warner ...................................................................Doris Fasser
Place: The entire action of the play takes place in the living room of “Old Doc’s”
home in a small town. This room is likewise used as the waiting room to his office.
Time: Spring, 1941.
ACT I: A Spring Morning.
ACT II: Scene One: Morning, a Week Later.
Scene Two: Late Afternoon, the Following Sunday.
ACT III: Night, A Month Later.
Furniture: Courtesy of Myer Frank Furniture Company and the Northside Furni-
Music: Farrell Senior High School Orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Duane
—82—CHRISTMAS IN POETRY AND SONG
The Senior Tri-Hi-Y and Ninth Grade Girls’ Chorus
“Christmas Fantasie” ....................
“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”!
“First Noel” I.......
Bible Story .............................
“Star of Bethlehem”......................
“Shepherds, Shake Off Your Drowsy Sleep” “O Little Town of Bethlehem”
“Angels We Have Heard On High”
“King of the East” ......................
“A Christmas Carol”......................
“Adoration at the Manger”................
“We Three Kings” ]
“Away in a Manger” I.....................
“O Holy Night”
“Judean Star” ...........................
“Song for Christmas”.....................
“Peace on Earth”.........................
“It Came Upon the Midnight Clear”!
“Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” I.........
“Silent Night” J
........... . . . Orchestra
.Ninth Grade Girls’ Chorus
.............. Doris Fasser
............ Jeanne Songer
Ninth Grade Girls’ Chorus
........... Anne Bastecky
......... Phyllis Capozzoli
.Ninth Grade Girls’ Chorus
.....Anne Marie Kaliney
.Ninth Grade Girls’ Chorus★ ★★★★★★★★
To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and the community high standards of Christian character is the purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y. In striving to live up to these ideals, each member is enriched in spirit, mind, and body. Through their practical, day by day work, the Tri-Hi-Y members endeavor to find expression in life rather than in theory.
One outstanding accomplishment of the year was the sponsorship of the Annual Homecoming Celebration. A queen and her court of eight were chosen by the student body to reign over the festivities which included a football game and a dance. Students will long remember the impressive Tri-Hi-Y Christinas rites which was the inauguration of a traditional program. In addition to these activities, the club conducted devotional exercises over the public address system each morning. They also featured candy sales during the lunch periods. To serve the community within their means, the Tri-Hi-Y girls donated baskets to needy families, sent scrapbooks to crippled children, and knitted for the Red Cross.
The advisor of the Tri-Hi-Y is Mrs. Mary T. Jones, while the officers are Jacqueline Gatet, president; Goldie Mikulin, vice president; Marie Avril, secretary; and Sophie Katakowski, treasurer.
First Row: Jacqueline Gatet, Anne Pillar, Dolores Szabo, Goldie Mikulin, Nina
Reda, Betty Jane Stefanick, Lena Mazzotti, Catherine Richards, Della Sed, Inez Wetherstein.
Second Row: Mrs. Jones, Marie Avril, Peggy Leyshock, Alice Mazzotti, Leticia Mar-
giean, Phyllis Capozzoli, Amy Kaliney, Geraldine Katilus, Mary Horzich, Ruth Low, Helen Lotka.
Third Row: Rose Marie Bronich. Dorothy Marenchin, Rose Rozich, Elinor Bobby,
Sophie Katakowski. Anne Bastecky, Julia Christoff, Virginia Mastrian.
Fourth Row: Doris Dresch, Jenny Gladys, Eleanor Haniak, Mary Ellen Kochis, Anne
Mastrian, Becky Jones, Placide Broderick, Jeanne Songer, Peggy Lou Smith, Madelyn Vranges, Doris Fasser.
Under the direction of Mr. Ralph Dresch, the Hi-Y members have successfully completed another year of service to their high school and community. To instill Christian character and ideals in the lives of high school boys is the club’s aim. The four planks chosen for its foundation are “Clean Scholarship, Clean Speech, Clean Sports and Christian Living.”
By upholding these high standards, the group has been of great service to the school. At all programs and athletic events held in the gymnasium, they acted as ushers and score keepers; they sold tickets, programs, and refreshments. In cooperation with the Tri-Hi-Y, they sponsored the annual Homecoming Celebration. They purchased attractive jackets to signify club membership, and they presented a donation to the High School Band. At the close of the various sports seasons, they held banquets honoring the football, the basketball, and the wrestling squads and coaches.
The officers of the Hi-Y are George Stiftinger, president; John Mouganis, vice president; James Norris, secretary; Eugene Bechtold, treasurer; and Mr. Ralph Dresch, advisor.
First Row: Mr. Dresch, Samuel Hamilton, Alvin Amos, Harold Henning, William
Moder, Eugene Bechtold, Elmer Babos, Jack Norris, Dominic Zarella.
Second Row: Leo Palumbo, Jack Martin, James Davis, Edward Hoagland, Aurelius
Petrick, Robert Wachter, Calvin Vermeire, Edward Rock, Robert Day.
Third Row: William Rager, William Alsnauer, John Mouganis, Joseph Guthrie,
James Norris, Victor Danilov, Conrad Joseph, Peter Carine, Anthony Falconi.
Fourth Row: Paul Meleky, Ray Elia, Stanley Milankovich, Walter Martini, George
Kerlek, Steve Skendrovich, George Stiftinger, Robert Trombacco, Anthony Peruzzi.★ ★★★★★★★★
VARIETY CLUB, PRESS CLUB, STUDENT COUNCIL
First Row: Miss Irene Petrick, advisor; Ora Jean Adams, senior president; Mary
Esmond, junior president; Marie Stabile, secretary; Rose Pipicelli, treasurer; Doris Dresch, reporter; Carmella Scibelli.
Second Row: Ann Leavens, Antoinette De Gennaro, Anna Trotta, Alice Marie Schmidt Eda Marie Schon, Grace Somerset, De Etta Burt.
Third Row: Pauline Germano, Dorothy Milich, Louise Salandria, Mary Gugliotta,
Irene Betts, Mildred Ciccarone, Anna Celenzi, Mary Gagliardi.
First Row: Robert Bastide, president; Peggy Hausman, secretary; Jacqueline Gatet,
treasurer; Miss Anne Gojdics, Mr. William Thomas, Miss Olga Gojdics, advisors; Lois Williams, June Davis, Leticia Margican, Delores Horner, Violet Franko.
Second Row: Ida Agostino, Helen Lotka, Mary Horzich, Frances Fister, Frances
Golub, Margaret Losik, Samuel Weitzen, Edward Hoagland, Nick Shiau, Anthony DeMario, John Joannow.
Third Row: Joseph Weitzen, Richard Trombacco, Paul Turner, Lucille Rosenblum,
Marion Yacullo, Peggy Leyshock, Florence Bialko, Della Sed, Lena Mazzotti, Christina Paplomatis, Ruthetta Ritter.
Fourth Row: Becky Jones, Placide Broderick, Peggy Lou Smith, Victor Danilov,
Jack Hanley, Steve Skendrovich, Helen Tsantes, Carolyn Tomich, Olga Cikity, Irene Fencyk.
First Row: James Davis, president; William Moder, vice president; Gwen Esaias,
secretary; Robert Wachter, assistant secretary; Richard Joseph, treasurer; Mr. Harry Berkowitz, advisor; Eugene Bechtold, Josephine Horzich, Olga Cikity, Margaret Perrine, Noreen Komar, Ann Piller.
Second Row: Virginia Mastrian, June Shatter, Florence Bialko, Neil Caputo, Becky
Jones, William Rager, Samuel Weitzen, Richard Ruby, June Davis, Daniel Pawlak, Leonard Kaletka, Harry Gelfand, William Lock.
Third Row: Edward Williams, Edith Leichman, Mary Mikota, Mary Popp, Anne
Bastecky, Rose Marie Bronich, Wilma Lindway, Julia Woloshyn, Arcension Campos, Dorothy Susa, Mary Ellen Davis, Alice Mazzotti, Marie Stabile.
Fourth Row: Alvin Amos, Joseph Lombardo, Helen Tsantes, Peter Carine, Walter
Martini, Steve Skendrovich. Joseph Kovac. Robert Kaliney. Robert Trombacco, Andrew Gladys, Raymond Sherwood, Conrad Joseph.
Miss Cornelia Ghenea, Director
First Row: Olga Lubinsky, Mary Guiterrez, Frances Stefanowicz, Goldie Mikulin,
Second Row: Rosalie Mankas, Helen Cioca, Cornelia Cernea, Julia Christoff.
Third Row: Marie Avril, Rosalia Galarde, Miss Ghenea, Louise Baler, Irene Horner.
Miss Mary Edna Reynolds, Librarian
First Row: Christina Paplomatas, Thelma Marenchin, Marguerite Krantz, Betty
Blastos, Catherine Richards.
Second Row: Jennie Katakowski, Mary Ellen Kochis, Edith Lcichman, Emma Pilone,
Third Row: Arccnsion Campos, Grace Christcllo, Anna Trotta, Anne Klutcher, Doro-
Fourth Row: Rose Rozich, Dorothy Rock, Dorothy Grande, Gwendolyn Esaias, Ruth
First Row: Ray Reddinger, Mr. Woodrow Van Enian, advisor; Andrew Juback.
Second Row: Emil Ludu, Bronko Barr, John Gancsos.
Third Row: Paul Evakich, Raymond Brown.
First Row: Elmer Ivan, president; Emil Crisan, Samuel Weitzen, Phillip Sarcinella,
Second Row: Robert Wachter, William Bobby, Emil Hohoi, secretary; Michael
Third Row: John Bosco, vice president; Bronko Barr, John Kopas, Alfred Hesko.
First Row: Paul Turner, John Pasacic, George Roman, Leo Bechtold, Harold Weis-
er. Angeline Rupnik, Margaret Miletta, Rose Hartstein, Victoria Cheslak, Olga Cikity, Harold Henning, Alvin Amos, Angelo Amico, William Moder, Paul Avril.
Second Row: Violet Crim, Roseline Nicastro, Helen Babos, Johanna Reinhart, Thel-
ma Marenchin, Catherine Nader, Mary Etta, Rose Anna Morrocco, Irene Karol, Dorothy Susa, Eileen Henning, Antoinette Nicastro, Helen Klutcher, Ida Agostino, Jacqueline Gatet, Julia Woloshyn.
Third Row: Lovenia Victor, Violet Berkon, Patricia Glover, Marjorie Slezak, Mary
Horzich, Rose Desput, Eleanore Bacon, Helen Geiak, Margaret Elia, June Shaffer, Marcya Greenberg, Catherine Stawaisz, Placide Broderick, Peggy Smith, Marion Yacullo, Mildred Wagner, Martha Gabridge.
Fourth Row: Vardina Sanitate, Mary Mikota, Rosaline Reda, Irene Kovak, Betty Tennant, Wilma Lindway, Anne Paczak, Rose Marie Bronich, Florence Mas-trian, Becky Jones, Frances Bullock, Nancy Austin, Vivienne Shaffer, Lucy Iacino, Agnes Sostarich, Ray Sherwood.
Fifth Row: Geraldine Kntilus, Stella Krokski, Joseph Guthrie, Ray Reddinger, Jo-
seph Conticelli, Robert Bastide, August Petrillo, John Mouganis, Joseph Pratt, George Misik, Helen Tsantes, Frances Golub, Ann Wauzzinski, Mary Gigliotto, Irene Fencyk, Frances Yurich, Rose Komar.
Joseph Conticelli Harold Henning Becky Jones
William Moder John Mouganis
Lovenia Victor Betty Tennant Helen Tsantes
The monitor system of the Farrell Senior High School was devised for the purpose of assisting in the organization and the handling of traffic in the halls during class and between class periods.
—90—THE NIGHT RIDER STAFF
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jeanne Songer
ASSOCIATE EDITOR Leticia Margiean ART EDITORS Marilyn Sabo Lena Mazzotti MAKE-UP EDITOR Samuel Weitzen
SPORTS EDITORS NEWS EDITOR PURI ICITY EDITORS
Victor Danilov William Douthit August Petrillo Della Sed Samuel Scharville Edward Hoagland Jack Hanley Thomas Nevant
Marilyn Balach Robert Bastide Placide Broderick Phyllis Capozzoli June Davis Irene Fencyk Jacqueline Gatet Perle Hausman Dolores Horner Mary Horzich Becky Jones Joseph Palko Lucille Rosenblum Paul Turner Inez Wetherstein Lois Williams Marion Yacnllo
Mr. William Thomas Miss Anne Gojdics Miss Olga Gojdics
HOME ROOM MANAGERS
Ida Agostino, Mary Lou Flynn, Frances Golub, Peggy Leyshock, Ralph Napolitan, Ruthetta Riffer, Paul Santell. Peggy Smith, Helen Tsantes, William Alsnauer, Betty Jane Clune, Frances Fister, Mary Horzich, Helen Lotka, Rose Marie Petrillo, William Rager, Nick Schiau, Carolyn Tomich, Philomcna Zappa, Florence Bialko, Olga Cikity, Anthony DeMario, Violet Fronko, John Joannow, Margaret Losik, Christine Paplo-matis, James Russo, Jerry Tallarico, Beatrice Takach, Richard Trombacco.
THE 1942 REFLECTOR STAFF
—92—THE 1942 REFLECTOR EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR Lucille Rosenblum STAFF
SENIOR EDITOR CLASS EDITOR ALUMNI EDITOR
Mary Lois Brown Virginia Mastrian Vardina Sanitate
ATHLETICS EDITOR ACTIVITIES EDITOR ART EDITOR
Emil Hohoi Jacqueline Gatet Lena Mazzotti
SNAPSHOT EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITORS ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Ruthetta Riffer Elmer Rodgers Marie Stabile ASSISTANT EDITORS Anna Trotta
Shirley Albert Thelma Folsome Anne Paczak
Eleanor Bacon Perle Hausman Catherine Stawaisz
Anne Bastecky Anne Klutcher Helen Tsantes
Mariella Bobby Dorothy Marenchin Marion Yacullo
Mary Crisan Paul Meleky Florence Tataseo
Helene Fill Frances Mularski Robert Wachter
Dolores Firlit Stella Musial SUBSCRIPTION STAFF HONOR ROLL
Ruthetta Riffer Vera Pilipovich Goldie Mikulin
Lois Williams Rose Marie Darlington Nina Re da
Mary Popp Marion Yacullo Vardina Sanitate
John Petrillo Paula Capson Florence Tataseo
De Etta Burt Ora Jean Adams Eleanor Bobby
Marian Lacich Tessie Cole Mary Lois Brown
Antoinette De Gennaro Julia Christoff Doris Dresch
Martha Leunis Olga Lubinsky MEMBERS Anne Bastecky
Mary Ann Bilich Carrie Belle Jackson Enis Pilone
Selma Bohn Rachel James Helen Lucas
Ida Agostino Irene Kaliney Edward Lobkowicz
Dorothy Androsko Rose Marie Kaliney Mildred McCoy
Hattie Davis Anne Karol Ellag McKa
Estelle Coleman Onofrio Lombardo Vivian McCoy
Tessie Cole Pauline Kohut Helen Tsantes
Mary Louise Flynn Lucille Lafayette Nellie Perill
Theresa Dudash Elsie Madura Dorothy Marenchin
Thelma Folsome Tillie Kosiorek Louis Rosenblum
Emil Hohoi Edalena Lipak Rose Pipicelli
Irene Horner Margaret Skubish Robert Wachter
George Balach Marilyn Sabo Eda Marie Schon
Mildred Sarsan Mary Tota Jeannette Truesdale
STAFF ADVISOR ART ADVISOR
Miss Esther A. B. Zentz —93— - Mr. Paul Komar★ ★★★★★★★★
FARRELL SCHOOLS ON THE AIR
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1942, AT 3:05 P. M.
“Theme”..............................................Farrell High School Band
James W. Dunlop, Director of Music
“Welcome”............................................John Fahnline. Jr., WPIC
“Response”...........................Carroll D. Kearns, Superintendent of Schools
“The Traveller”—Buchtel..............................Farrell High School Band
“Our Schools” ........... Anthony Tortorete, President of the Board of Directors
“School Law”........................Attorney Thomas H. Armstrong, School Solicitor
“Importance of Education in a Municipality” ............... Mayor Lewis Levine
‘‘Triumphal March” from “Aida”, Verdi ............... Farrell High School Band
“Will You Remember”, from “Maytime”—Romberg..........Farrell High School Band
“Remember Pearl Harbor”, Reid-Kaye...................Farrell High School Band
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1942, AT 3:05 P. M.
“King Arthur” Selection. Max Thomas................Farrell High School Band
Talk, “The Elementary School”........................... Miss Alice M. Nicolls
Director of Elementary Education, Farrell Public Schools
“Triumphal March,” from “Aida”, Verdi..............Farrell High School Band
“Remember Pearl Harbor” Reid-Kaye................. Farrell High School Band
James W. Dunlop, Director of Music
“[THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1942, AT 3:05 P. M.
“Field Tactics”, March by G. E. Holmes..................... Farrell High School Band
“Farrell Junior High School” ............................................. John Hetra
Principal of Farrell Junior High School
“The Junior High School Teacher”....................................Miss Emma Bobby
Member of the Farrell Junior High School Faculty
“Kiss Me Again”, from “Mile. Modiste”................................By Victor Herbert
Farrell High School Band
“Junior High School Student” .......................................... Dolores Glover
“God Bless America”, Irving Berlin ........................ Farrell High School Band
James W. Dunlop, Director of Music
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1942, AT 3:05 P. M.
AN INFORMAL PANEL DISCUSSION
“The Curricular Program of the Farrell Senior High School and the Place of English and Social Studies in That Program.”
MEMBERS OF THE PANEL
W. R. Anderson...........................Principal of Farrell Senior High School
Miss Anne Gojdics.............................Chairman of the English Department
Hany A. Berkowitz......................Chairman of the Social Studies Department
FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Thursday Evening, May 28 1942 FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Overture—“Lustspiel”—Bela...........................................High School Orchestra
Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Conducting
Processional—“Soldiers' March from Faust"—Gounod....................High School Orchestra
“Flower of Dreams”—Clokey ................
“Angels of Mercy”—Berlin
Miss Helena Spisak, Conducting Trombone Solo—“Fantastic Polka”—Pryor..............
Clarinet Solo—“Serenade and Polonaise”—Misud
Panel Discussion—“Our American Heritage”
Samuel Schermer, June Davis, Louis Rosenblum, Ellis Robinson, Jacqueline Gatet, Perle Hausman, Mildred McCoy, Emil Hohoi, Lucille Rosenblum, Jeanne Songer, Mary Lois Brown, Eugene Bechtold.
Miss Anne Gojdics, Director
Double Bass Solo—“Caballero”—Merle.................................Eugene Greco
Brass Sextette—“Moods” ..........................................Borowski
James Roseboro John Capson Paul Turner
William Armour Calvin Vermeire Elmer Babos
James Dunlop. Director
Presentation of the Class.............W. R. Anderson, Principal of the High School
Presentation of the Diplomas
Introductory Remarks............Carroll D. Kearns, Superintendent of Schools
Presentation..........Anthony Tortorete, President of the Board of Education
Awarding of Prizes....................W. R. Anderson, Principal of the High School
Recessional—“Romaine”—Gounod.............................................High School Orchestra
Through the cooperation of the Board of Education and Superintendent Carroll D. Kearns, the Farrell Senior High School Cafeteria was opened on February 26, 1942. By releasing the money that had not been used in the Building Fund, the Board of Education purchased the finest equipment available for the cafeteria.
The cafeteria is run purely on the basis of an educational health betterment program for nutritional aid to the students. The students learn food values and also learn to eat foods that give them the needed vitamins rather than the foods that are more palatable to them.
Farrell was very fortunate to be one of the four cities, recently chosen, to which an allocation was made for the employment of dentists by the State to examine and to treat children in need of dental attention. The money which was formerly alloted for this purpose from the Community Chest fund is now being used for the purchase of equipment and maintenance of the clinic. As a result, all of the students of Farrell Schools report to Dr. Applebaum and Dr. Shafa for examination and treatment.
This is one of the foremost advancements that the School District has made in looking after the dental health of the students. With the cooperation of the parents, the next generation, with their six-year molars preserved, can be assured good teeth.
Thursday, May 21, 1942...............................Field Day Program
Thursday, May 21, 1942...........................Reflector Autograph Day
Thursday, May 21, 1942....................................Junior-Senior Prom
Friday, May 22, 1942....................Senior Farewell Assembly Program
Friday, May 22, 1942..........................Senior Class Day Activities
Sunday, May 24, 1942...Baccalaureate Service for The Senior Class at 7:30 P. M.
Thursday, May 28, 1942.......Senior Commencement Exercises at 8:00 P. M.,
Senior High School Auditorium
Tuesday, June 2, 1942...............School Dismissed until September, 1942
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