Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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V.,!A,,,.g1ggj?5,gf,i,,?m5ggiajigfm,,?fQgQfi,5 M W. 493, A A K, -143 4 img, ,W sf31f'4:.Mzma: .Q-'rf :T ' r s ,nn O 1 94 ff' 3 L, l Til. H? '-v-' 1, 51 ii M 'W 52 , EQW DQ W., w- I El Eli N if xii -- - LIE 3 , mn A -V W. Nl E-J t,.,i,X L . -, r' Z' , ,,,,Y g , aa uigw awww: d"5,'S iw A W L ' 1 Av W ,4 .M - iw. tl, xy' ,fr FOREWORD As the pages of our annual portray school life in pictures and in words, may they open your personal diary of treasured memories of the many pleasant educational and recreational hours spent in Farrell Senior High School. AL fl -3 f" 1 - i -' K 4 ' k - MR. TUDOR E. LEWIS DEDICATION To Mr. Tudor E. Lewis, alumnus, teacher, friend, and varsity basketball coach of Farrell Senior High School, we dedicate The 1943 Reflector in recognition of his Iine record and service to his school and to his community. 5 S E 2 Ganfenii xx in OO Z E T IV: 50015 2 ,L vf T Z X XXX QE? f I f f wk 'Tl 1 vw f i Q 27 . 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We pay tribute to the Farrell High School Graduates and the Farrell Citizens who have given their lives that the principles of Freedom may live. BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education at Work:-Harry C. Tennant, Edward Thomas, Superintendent Farroll D. Kearns, George J. Wetherstein, Anthony C. Tortorete, Andrew J. Podolsky, John E. Giroski, Dr. Louis R. Landay, George Vermeire. OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Anthony C. Tortorete - - - President George Verineire - - - Vice President Dr. Louis R. Landay ------ Treasurer George J. Wetherstein - Secretary to the Board Attorney Thomas H. Armstrong' - School Solicitor CARROLL D. KEARNS Superilitentlent of Farrell Schools B.A., University of Chicagog B.S., Westminster College M.M., Chicago Musical Collegeg lVl.Ed., University of Pittsburgh W. R. ANDERSON Senior High School Principal A.B., Grove City Collegeg M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE l Qin 1- '-,. A A ',K, A f Miss Pe-tI'ick's Boys' Cooking Class, Miss D0nlin's Typewriting' Class, Mr. Bremleman Shop Class. FARRELL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN WARTIME Our senior high school has made some adjustments so as to contribute as quickly as possible to the war effort. We have kept in mind the continuous growth of youth in addition to our provision for a youth participation in the war effort. Our home guidance program informs youth of the manpower needs of the nation as well as encourages them to choose wisely some phase of the war effort. Already, youth are contributing to the shortages in manpower. A survey shows that fifty per cent of our student body were employed full time and part time, while others were interested in part time employment. There has been a decided increase, this year, in the number of students who are enrolled in algebra, plane geometry, chemistry, and physics, courses which are basic to the war effort. Thirty per cent of our senior boys are enrolled in a war enriched course in physics which will give them a background preparatory for additional spe- cialization. It is from this group that officers will be drawn. Other senior boys are enrolled in advanced science and will receive training in the fundamentals of machines and electricity as outlined by the War Department. A small group of senior boys are taking a pre-fiight training course in aero- nautics. This group is small as the pre-requisites, mathematics, science, and physical fitness are rigid qualifications. This course is made up of topics which can be taught with limited equipment and by a teacher who has a background of science and mathe- matics. Fifty boys are enrolled in a course in cooking. They have shown a keen interest in the course and will have the opportunity to prepare foods in large quantities, learn the technique of the kitchen, plan suitable menus and learn the value of foods. This type of training will qualify these boys for cooks in various branches of the armed forces provided that they have the aptitude and the interest for this kind of work. A physical fitness program for boys covering a study of the Soldicr's Handbook of Basic Field Training, Swedish free exercise drills, instruction in tumbling, light calisthenic drills, military marching, parallel bar drills and exercises, horizontal bar drills, leather horse drills and recreational games such as basketball, soccer, volley ball, table tennis is in operation. Our wartime program has many other general features which apply to all mem- bers of the student body, such as first aid in all health classes, a school lunch program, a continuous campaign to collect scrap, military drill for the Victory Corps and em- phasis on the sale of war stamps. Space does not permit, nor do I have the insight to relate what our school will be doing six months from now to aid the war effort. We shall, however, do our best with the equipment, the teaching staff and the student body to go all out for the war effort. W. R. ANDERSON MRS. VIRGINIA ARMSTRONG FACU LTY Sharon. Per is, ' mer- Farrell, Pennsylvania. Director Vlml' Of AV' 5 -- 'flinhvm of the Orchestra, Instructor on 'mu' 93" "V "T 9554" Venn' String Instruments. B.M.. Grov Sylvanlfx- Q - Art Ad' City College, New York Unive - vi 0 f , t Rider." and sity. Pennsylvania State College. 0 '-' eflcmfll'-H Carnezrie Institute of Teehnolo- KY. MARY J. BROWN Farrell, Pennsylvania. French I, II, Spanish I, Journalism. A.B.. Thiel College. Arlvisfmr of "The Night, Rider." Advisor of the French Cluh. Advisor of the Spanish Cluh. Sharon. Pt-nn:-xy H , j-ab- lems' of 1-' n Dem 1-Qacy. X. ., M.F'.y, niversity of Pitts- lllurja. . ilreetpr of AL-tivities. Af of th? Student Count-il. WILBUR 3 ER HARRY A. BERKCFVITZ, 1 -" ' Ta T , I A uw rs if' l R! , t v e e r SARAH LEY Con neaut Lake, Penn sylvan ia. Biology. Chemistry, B.S,, West- minster Collexre, A.lVl.. Columbia llniversity. Member of the A. A. A. S. LEE ROY P. DAY Farrell, Pennsylvania. Aero- naut ies. Mat hematies. Physics PLS.. VVashington-.Iet'Eer- son College. University ol' Pitts- burgh. Coach of Varsity Foot- ball. Coaeh ol' Track. Director REXFORD W. BRENNEMAN Farrell. Pennsylvania. Mechan- ical Drawinzx, Industrial Arts. PLS., California State 'Feaehers College. Unitewl States Army. . ' C e I . A , I I Tr, Q xgfg , - . 1- gif-1 1 vt f F rei , . ' .. . .mx .. f,f.11a:e,:,:mg FLORENCE B. DONLIN Farrell. Pennsylvania. Type- writing. Shorthand. A.l5., Alle- fheny Colleme. Meatlville Com- mereial C:xlleQ'e, Ilireetnr of l'lac-ement Aetivities. RALPH E. DRESCH Farrell, Pennsylvania. Prrvlx- lems of Ameriean Ilemoeraey. A.B., Indiana University, M.Efl.. University of Pittsburgh, Penn- sylvania State College. Westmin- ster College. Advisor of the Hi-Y Cluh. Manager of Athlet- ics. ol' Athletics. JAMES W. DUNLOP Farrell. Pennsylvania. Director of Musie, Conductor of the Baml, Instructor of the Brass, Vlloodwinrl and Percussion In- stiruments. B.S.M.. Mansfield State Teachers Collexre. M.M., University of Michigan. CECELIA SAUNDRA FARBER Mc-Keesport, Pen nsylvania. Em:- lish ll. B.A.. Pennsylvania State College. W...-r-" -1 vw -' - sl FACU,TY " r. , s KF . y 4 . m xrgf' V if , . 1 if 61' CORNELIA GHENEA ANNE GOJDICS OLGA GOJDIFS ANGELO M. GRANDE l"a1'l'ell Pvnnsvlvmiia Shri,-1. l":ir1'n'll. l'n-rivlsylvzlllizi. Eriilisll l'1""1"'- Iwnllfyllvulllu' Tylw' l"?1"Vllll- P0Y'lNS5'lV3l1l3- EYUIHS1 hand 1' II ordi-Q I'r'u-.tivo mi-,f. ll. lu. mx.. in-nnsylmnii. sum- Wlifimf- Cf1mfw'f'f'iH' f9f'f'f"211'l1Y' I. Iwfwlwlems uf American DPm ical pIj3.1'liCl'. BJLA. Vvglmin- Vmvllr-ri-. llriixi-rsity nl' Wisum- -lVllhm"'lf'- B-Sq f'2ll'T"'5li" IN- m-muy. A.H.. Grove City Col sim' Cnllvgo Grovmg Vifv Cwllwlv. sill' M-llillu llUlN9l'Sil5' of PINS- Slum" 'lf 'l"A"hN"'f'2Y' Univml' 'csv' IWJXH Unlvprsily nf A12 ' im,-Qi.. A,,,,..i,,',, A,gk-i,,,,- ,,l' silv1mflVis1'vnisin. l'11iVi-rsitywf lmzinm. Advisor uf the Sopho , --'Vy,.- Night Ri,1,w,,-" l'itlslmrQh. llusinvss lllmiasrcx' mvvrv Class, , I of "'l'hr' Nisht Ri4l0I'.l' . ff - , 19" , f ,- . sg, 1 V ,V I S ll f ,, 'SR , nw - f W ' I .fy ' ' f - - E. f, ' A ,, , ' 1' ' W. ' bfikl'-ff, . - . n.. 5.1 l ' ' 1 v 1 v 1 v PALLHNE HAAS QIENEX IIUQE HILAGNEX BESSIE J. HUMMER l" l ': , lu' J 'lkz ':. Cl 'zl , H- - - ,x1'eT.lTnHg'lilT1il lmlii I4.lJmx Slzzirmi. Punnsylxanizi, l'ulml1c lllUSV1ll0f I'1'nl1S3'lVHl1lH- :USC- A UML' Amulllinl U Aluen- Sire-zxlainq. Ili-:in ul' Girls, B.S,. lim I. ll- A.B.. Allvzhvny Col- lury Svhcml llliisic., B,M,. Grow' gy. ,Q U - gl. M X Q' - lw--0 X 'VI fiulumbiqi Univchrsitv City Cnllvgv. Nm'tl1wc'siern Uni- 5 valust , ml! IM 3' H ml ,M l V . A V l , , ni-ll llm wi-suv, lm-pf-f,,,- Of lonnsylxzuim State C ollvqe. Mem- ivrsity, Pvniisylxzinln Stats' Vol- ' . A - 4 g,,,.U,.h4 lwi' uf ilu' A. A. A. 5. If-uv. Illrrvtm- nf Nlixwl llwrus. f Girls Ensvmlulv. Girls hllrin. lirwys 'Jl1IlI'lf'i. ,I fl LOUISE JOHNSTON Farrell, Pvnnsylvania. lNlm,1ci'n liuropcan L Histcgry, 'A nerii-an nisim-y. A .'-in-Ami mimi. 'qip Wg! Us J pl pf jf MRS. MARY T. JONES TUDOR LEWIS HELEN LYNCH F111-rf ll, l'z-misylvmiia. Tylw- l1'zirx'vlI. l'r-nrlsylvunin. Hunk- Nlvadvillrf. l'ennsylvania. Health xx Filing. ll.S.i'.. llruvc- City lisavpimg. l'mnm1'1'1'i:ll Law. A. Physical Ellllvutiwn. B.S., Slip Gills-MP. .-Xflvisur of tha: 'l'1'i-lli- li.. XV1-stminsier Vullvgrf, l'vnn- nary Rm-k Stair' Tvachers Col Y Fluh. sylvaniu State Cullegv. Vuach lvxe. Advisor of the Cheer of Varsity llaslcvtlmll. Lcarlvrs. Coach of Girls Gym nastiv Team. 1 X X FACU LTY I ,U ANTHONY PAULEKAS ELEANOR MCDOUGALL ANNAROSE .MORACA HELEN NEEDHAM F'1i1cll Prnnsglvania. Type- Farrell, Mniisylvania. Biology. Greenville, Pennsylvania. Dra- l"P1!'1'Ell. PGTIYISYIVPIYIIPI- AYTIl'l'i- uritin Buslncss Mathematics, l5.S.,1rfllcue of New Rochcllc. matics. ILA.. Denison Univcr' s-an History, M01lCI'r1 EUVODQRD Applud Mathematics. B.S.C.. Columbia University. sity. Advisor of the Cheer Lcarl- Hislofy. B.S.. lV2lShil1Ef0N-JL'f- Crowe Citv Lollcgc. 1-rs. Director of School Plays. IGTSUU COIIOMP. UFllV1'VSil1y Of IRENE PETRICK Farrell, Pennsylvania. General I-I o m 0 Economics. Vocational Home Economics. B.S,. Scton I-Iill College. Pennsylvania State Colleyzc. Arlvisor of the Variety Club. MARY EDNA REYNOLDS Grove City. Pennsylvania. Li- hrarian. A.B., Grove City Col- lege. Pennsylvania State College. YVestern Reserve University School of Library Scienre. ANTHONY J. PINTAR Farrell. Pennsylvania. Mathc- matics. Plane Gcomctry, Solirl Geometry. Algebra I, Trigonom- etry. Grove City College. Univvrsia' of Pittsburgh. v I . , Why. MARGARET V. ROUX Farrcll. Pennsylvania. French I. II. A.B.. Seton Hill Collesrv. Columbia University. University of Paris, France. Europcan Travel Study. Societe des Prn- fcsseurs Francaise en Amerique. Sabbatical Leave of Absence. Pittsburgrh. Assistant Coach of Football anrl Track. Coach of XVI-t-stling. Dean of Boys. HARRY G. PIRRUNG Farrm-ll. Pennsylvania. Chvmis- try, Physics. Chu-mist ry for Nursinu. VVashinfzton-.Iefferson College. B.S.. Thiel College. M. Efl.. University of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Slate College. Unit- erl States Navy. T x MILDRED ROUX Farrell. Pennsylvania. Latin I. Il. III, English I. A.B.. VVost- minstor College. University of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania State College. Erlinboro State Teachers College. Arlvisor of the Latin Club. hmmm.-we-n..l.., t. ,lt FAC U LTY MRS. LAURA B. MARY V. SCARDINA ERNEST I. SCI-IROT CHARLES SNYDER N SADLER Farrell, Pennsylvania. English Clearfield, Pennsylvania. Busi- Greenville. Pennsylvania. Sci Indiana' Pennsylvania. General I, II. Litt.B., Grove City Col- ness Mathematics. Lock Haven ence II, Chemistry, B.S., Thiel Home Economics, Vocational lege, Westminster College, Penn- State Teachers College. Indiana College. Coach of Junior High Home Economics, BS., Indiana sylvania State College, Univcr- State Teachers College, B.S., School Football and Basketball State Teachers COUPE: sity of Pennsylvania. Advisor M.Ed., University ol' Pittsburgh. Teams. of State Scholarship Contest- United States Navy Instructor. ants. WILLIAM J. THOMAS Farrell. Pennsylvania. Modern European History. A.B., VVest- minster College, M.Ed., Univer- sity of Pittsburgh. Advisor of Home Room Activities. JOSEPH C. TOMMINS WOODROW VAN EMAN Farrell, Pennsylvania. Health, Grove City. Pennsylvania. Short- Physical Education. B,S.. Uni- hand, Commercial Geography. versity of Pittsburgh, XVestmin- Oflice Practice. B.S.C.. Grove ster College. Pennsylvania State City College, Pennsylvania State College. Director ol' the lntra- College, University of Pitts- mural Basketball Teams. burgh. United States Navy. VAUGHN E. WAGNER Farrell, Pennsylvania. Book- keeping I, II. B.S., Grove City College, University of Pitts- burgh, Assistant Football Coach. JULIA B. WALLACE ESTHER A. B. ZENTZ Farrell, Pennsylvania. English III. A.B., Certificate in Music. Thiel College, University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the Sen- ior Class, Advisor of "The Re- flector" StaH'. Advisor ol' the Farrell, Pennsylvania. Modern European History. American History. VVashington Seminary, A.B., B.S.. Muskingum College. European Travel Study. Ad- visor of the Junior Class. Presi- dent of P. S. E. A. Can and Gown Committee. swam- s i ., I , ' 11' 1 ,f 5 Q1 811-1 5, N h 1 f 4121, fd ff Sir A . Lf- :H " . 321 -1.11 -55 ,film 1 AGNES LATSKO ANGELINE BONADIO PEGGY LEYSHOCK Klueretary to the Sum-rinlrmlrfnl S1-crolary to the Principal Sec-rotary to lVlr.Guorgs'XVc'lhel's1Ulr1 SECRETARIES AND OFFICE ASSISTANTS First Row: Dorothy Baron, Mary Louise Gutierrez, Antoinette Busco, Jane Con- stanza, Elizabeth Berkon. Second Row: Miss Angeline Bonadio, Helen Lotka, Elizabeth Kucyzinski, Alice Mazzotti, Gertrude Burprieh, Mary Lingner. Third Row: Dorothy Maclura, Florence Mastrian, Cecilia Stanek, Cornelia Cernea, Mary Ann Holodnak. Fourth Row: Margaret Milvtta, Joanne Tsantes, Lucy Jarwin, Rose Rozich, Geraldine Katilus. SECRETARIES TO THE DEAN Boys, Mr. Anthony Paulekas: Myrtle Gibbs, Dorothy Madura, Ida Dyll, Gloria Wagner. Girls, Miss Genevieve Heagney: Laura Stanek, Evelyn Liener, Mary Mikota. 1 FARRELL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Mrs. Virginia Armstrong-Orchestra Mrs. Victoria Barbu-English Mrs. Grace Bechtold-Geography Felix Bonadio-Physical Education Anne Boyle-English Adeline Cipriano-English, Language Gloria DonDero-Physical Education James W. Dunlop-Band George Dvoryak-Geography Mary Freeble-History Mrs. Mildred Grande-History, Penmanship Alice Griffith-English Helen Grimes-Mathematics Pauline Haas-Choral Music Genevieve Heagney-Speech Mrs. Sarah Ingram-Geography Mrs. Mary P. Johnston-History Anthony Kilbert-Science Paul Komar-Art, Vocational Art Mrs. Hannah Lucas-Mathematics Stephen Marin-Guidance Elmer McDougall-Mathematics August Miller-Civics Helen Needham-Dramatics Francis Patt--Music Helen Sage--English Margaret Sage--English Lewis Sarcinella-Science Evelyn Sarcinella-Librarian Esther Schermer--Mathematics Bessie Struck-Mathematics Mrs. Alberta Tate-Civics Marie Avril-Secretary to the Principal DIRECTORS OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Miss Alice Nicolls-Director of Elementary Education James W. Dunlop-Director of Music Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Director of Instrumental Music Pauline Haas-Director of Choral Music Wilbur Bauer-Director of Art Genevieve Heagney-Director of Speech HEALTH AN D ATTENDANCE Dr. A. B. Wiercinski-School Doctor Celia Burns-School Nurse Ralph Miller-Attendance Officer TEACHERS IN ARMED FORCES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Miss Edna Short William Ritter Leo Meizlik Keith Stoner ELEMENTARY SCHOOL William White ' ECKLES BUILDING rl 4 . ....X.,,., ,- , . , .,,x .. W.. ... . , . 1 .yy 5 MRS. FLORENCE BAKER, Principal Geraldine Bianco, Gwendolyn Brown, Nedra Ingram, Lillian Garfunkel, Agnes M. Wheeler, Mrs. Mae Richards. FARRELL BUILDING -.MRM L MRS. NAN SCOWDEN, Principal Hazel Bracken, Ellen Fritchinan, Josephine Kaliney, Mrs. Myrtle Lesser, Margaret Reese, Sara Rosenberg, Harriett Rosenblum, Florence Schell, Mrs. Elizabeth Strausbaugh, Gladys Tennant. LINCOLN BUILDING " 9335 MRS. HA ZEL McCREARY, Principal Mary M. Davis. Anne Hetra, Roberta Hunter, Mrs. Mae Kester, Mary Miller, Mildred Sarfrinella, Mrs. Bernice Zahniser. PARGNY BUILDING MRS. ELIZABETH BRODERICK, Principal Mrs. Pearl Bartholomew, Rose Bianco, Mrs. Margaret Doerr, Rose Grande, Mrs. Myrtle Karr, Gwendolyn Leyshon, Margaret Martini, Ida Nugent, Anita Salanti, Sylvia Schermer. CAFETERIA On September 8, 1942, a continuous session of school was scheduled. Four twenty-five minute lunch periods were assigned to the four different groups of teachers and students who patronized the school cafeteria and who enjoyed the well-balanced lunches that were served by the Cafeteria staff, at a small cost of only forty cents per person per week. CUSTODIANS THOMAS TORTORETE In the Service of the United States Army , . .. . ,1 FRANK KOZAR Custodian, Farrell Senior High School W, BOOK H-Seniofzfi 'L1,4Zf M mx Ng CLASS HISTORY With the upperclassmen as our audience, our premiere of high school life began. The program slated us as the Sophomore Class. While an orchestra played the over- ture, the curtain parted and revealed us as an eager cast. With the choice of leaders as our cue, under the assuring guidance of our class advisor, Miss Anne Gojdics, we selected Robert Trombacco, president, Peter Carine, vice president, and Jenny Gladys, secretary. We voted for and adopted a standard school ring. We partici- pated in the organizations and the activities that were open to sophomores. On May 2, 1941, we presented a one act comedy, "Say It With Taffy," directed by Mr. Angelo Grande. The new visual education program made our school hours educational and entertaining. After a brief interlude, we returned to a satisfied and respectful audience. As Juniors, we were active members of the various organizations of the school. Under the supervision of Miss Julia S. Wallace, we re-elected our class officers. We pur- chased our class rings. We represented the school in the athlectic, the literary, the music, and the social events. Highlighting our year as Juniors, we devoted all of our eHorts to entertain the seniors at the annual Junior-Senior Prom which was at- tended by mor-e than four hundred guests. At the close of the school year, at the Senior Farewell Assembly, our class president, Robert Trombacco, accepted the cap and the gown, the symbol of the Senior Class, for us. We felt proud that day for we were determined that our class would uphold the traditions that were bestowed upon us. Thus, the curtain rang down on us completing our second year at Farrell Senior High School. As Seniors, under the direction give an excellent performance. We class flower, the red rose, our class "Keep 'Em Flying!" We published Norma Juick, a member of our clas of Miss Esther Zentz, we were determined to re-elected our class officers. We selected our colors, green and white, and our class motto our year book, The 1943 Refiector. Through s, we attained the highest individual Reflector r sales record any Farrell High School student has had in the history of our year book sales since 1917. Norma sold more than eighty year books. We helped to make the school plays: "What a Life" and "Night of January 16th," a success. Through our home room programs, we learned what to do in an air raid, and many other sub- jects. Our girls sponsored the Senior-Sophomore Tea. We became accustomed to the continuous session and the very short lunch periods. We learned to take our personal problems to either the Dean of Girls or the Dean of Boys. We sponsored the Senior Dance, featuring the melodic strains of Benny Jones and his Orchestra, and the alumni as our guests. We were active in buying defense stamps and war bonds, in collecting scrap materials for the war effort, and in attending all of the school activities. Our senior boys helped to bring the football, and the basketball championships to the school. They also helped to give Wrestling and art honors to the school. The lull in our school activities came when we were given a week's vacation while our teachers issued War Ration Book II. Next came the featuring of the 315,000 War Bond Rally and the dedication of our school song, "Alma Mater," at the Farrell-Sharon Basketball game held in the Farrell gymnasium. We shall never forget the splendid pep rallies for the tournament games and the early dismissals in honor of the team. We shall always remember the trips to Pittsburgh and to Phila- delphia where we were more than proud of The Class of 1943 'Basketball Heroes. Added to the diary of treasured memories was the lovely Junior-Senior Prom that we attended on May 27, as the guests of the Juniors. On May 23, attired in our caps and gowns, we attended the Baccalaureate services. We held our Farewell As- sembly Program and our Class Day Activities on Monday, May 24. Under the direc- tion of Miss Genevieve Heagney, we presented our patriotic Commencement Pageant on Tuesday, May 25, 1943. We were seated together as a class for the last time. How happy we were to complete our twelve years of school and how proud were we to walk to the fern-decked stage to receive our diplomas. Now we leave the portals of Farrell Senior High School to enter and to continue, as successfully as we had in the past, our drama of life. When the doors of our high school career close behind us, they sign "finis" to the three most beneficial years of our lives, thus far. We leave knowing that we have fulfilled the necessary requirements of graduation, and that we can never enact these scenes again. ROBERT TROMBACCO Academic Class President 1, 2, it: Varsity Football Team 1, 2, Zig Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3: Student Council 2: Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Glec Club 21 Prom Committee Z3 Salvage Com- mittee 3. PETER CARINE Academic Class Vice President 1, 2, 31 Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Monitor 33 Student Council 1, 2: School Play 1: Class Basketball Team 2: Club Basketball Team 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Prom Committee 3. JENNY GLADYS Commercial Class Secretary 1, 2. 3: Class Historian 1 : Student Council 1: Night Rider Manager 1: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Club Basket- ball Team 1, Z: Class Volley Ball Team 1, 2: Cheer Leader 2, 3: Prom Committee 2: Dance Committee 33 Reflector Staff 3: Press Club 1: Homecoming: Committee 33 Senior Tea Party Committee 25, ROSE MARIE BRONICH Commercial Reflector Staff 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club ZZ, 3: Minstrel Show 13 Concert 13 Monitor Z: Student Council 1. 2: Chorus 1, LZ, 333 Libl-arian's Assistant 15 Prom Committee Z: Can and Gown Committee 22 Junlm' Homecoming Attendant 21 Senioi Homecoming' Queen 3. CATHERINE RICHARDS Academic 'l'ri-Hi-Y Club 2, 34: Librarian's Assistant 1, Z, C13 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Reflector Statli 33 "Night Ritter" Staii' 35 Spanish Club 3: Homecoming Dance Committee 2, 31 Dance Committee 3. PLACIDE BRODERICK Academic Retileetor Staff 25: "Night Ritter" Staff 2, ll: Music Con- testant 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 35: Minstrel Show 1: Monitor 2, 33 Concert 2: Student Council 1: Chorus l. 2: Club Basket- ball 2: Prom Committee 23 Press Club 2: Homecoming: Queen's Attendant 3. VICTOR DANILOV Academic 1 " Refiector Staff 35: "Night Ritter" Staff 1, 2, JI: Hi-Y Club - 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Team Z. 33 Honiecomine' Dance Xb Q Y Us 1 Committee CS: Press Club 1: Basketball Reserves 1, 2: Sal- vage Committee 3: Class Volley Ball Team 1. NORMA I... JUICK Commercial Chorus 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 1: Sunshine Minstrel 1: "Night Ritter" Statf 31 Music Contestant 2g Reflector Staff 251 Monitor 31 Dance Committee 2: Gym Exhibition 2: School Play Committee 3. CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER R nf G1-een and White ed RW CLASS MOTTO "KEEP 'EM FLYING!" SENIORS 7943 CLASS ADVISOR Miss Esther A. B. Zentz l I SENIORS MH Ulm THOMAS B. ADAMS General Varsity Football Team 1, 2, 33 Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3. PAUL ALONGI General Track Team 1, 2: Chorus 3: Club Baskctball Team 2: Stage Committee 2. NVILLIAM ALSNAUER Academic Hi-Y Club 2, 25: Basketball Reserves 1. 2: Varsity Basket- ball 'l'c-am JAMES ALTER Academic Varsity Football Team 1, 2, 3: Vlrestlinfx Team 1, 2, Zig 'Frank Team 1, 2: Gym Exhibition 2, 31 Class Basketball 'Team 1. 25 Club Basketball Team 2. ANGELO AMICO Academic Hi-Y Club 33 Monitor Z: Student Council Il. ALVIN AMOS Academic tilt-e Club 23 Prom Committee 23 Freneh Club C33 Hi-Y Club 2, 3: Monitor 1, 2: Student Count-il 2, 131 Class Basket- ball Ta-am 3: Club Basketball Team WILLIAM ARMOUR General liantl 1. 21 Music Contestant 2: Orehestrn 1: Minstrel Show 1: Coneert 1. 2, 231 District Hand 2: Track Team 1: Bannl Basketball Team l, 2: Danel Committee Sl. MIKE ASAFAYLO Home Room Club 3. PAULINE ASAFAYLO Reflector Staff ZS: Tri-Hi Y Mixed Chorus 1. THERESA BAGBY Rellet-tor Stall' 31 Nlonit JOHN BALLISH Press Club 1. HENRIETTA BARBER Reflector Stall' 3. DOROTHY BARON UI' Club General Commercial Minstrel Show 12 Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club IS: Musie Contestant 23 Minstrel Show 12 Convert 2: Chorus 1, 2, 753 Oftice Assistant 3: Dance Com- mittee Z: Can antl Gown Committee 2: Tom Thumb Wedding 23 lit-tlertor Stall' 31 Invitation Committee 151 Girls' Ensem- ble 2. JAMES BASILONE Academic Glee Club 2: Student Council 2: Varsity Basketball Team 1. Z: Varsity Football Team 1, 2, 3: Track Team 1, Z: Prom Committee Z. ROBERT BASTIDE Academic Gym Exhibition 23 "Night Ridef' Staff 2, 31 French Club 13 Hi-Y Club 3, Monitor 2: Club Basketball Team 2. T JUANITA BELLINGER Academic Roilvvlor Sizllf 141 f'horu:4 l, Z, 3. N JOSEPH BENCIVENGO General Hi-Y Club Il: Yzlrsity lfoutbzill 'foam Z. ll: XVrL-slling' Squad 12. 31 Class liziskn-tbzill 'l'4.-:ini l. 2. 3. ARTHUR BENDER General ELIZABETH BERKON Commercial Curwert 2. 31: Minstrvl Shim' 13 Urchuslrzx 1, 2. H: Rlixul l'hurux'11 Ufficv .-Xssisizxnl 1, Ci: Tum Thumb XYudrling 12: 'l'cm-livr's Sv1'i'eiui'y 1. IRENE BETTS Home Economics Reflovtor Stull' 25: lfhurus 1, CS: Variety Club 2, ll: Club lizlsiwtlmzill 'Fi-znn 2: Minstrel Show 1. WALTER BIGA Commercial SHIRLEY BLAIRE Commercial Rullcctur Staff Ili Music Curilestulll 21 Minslrvl Siiuw ll f'0Il1'I'I'i 1: Chorus 1. 3. 31 Vain and Gown Conimittve Z. BETTY BLASTOS Commercial Gyn. Exhibition 22 Rk'liL'Ql4ll' Stall' 553 "Night Rider" Stall' 37: Lilwziry Assihtant l, 3. Il: Cap and Gown Frunniiiu-0 21 Prom Fonunitiev 21 Art Club l. HELEN BORDY Commercial Ri-flea-tm' Stall' C53 Music Voritwlzint A1-coxnpzinist 1. 21 1'ui1rm-rt 21 Minslrvl Show 11 0rc'hL-st1'a li Gym Exhibition ZS. Chorus 1. Z. BARBARA BRALlCH General RL-flex-tru' Stall' 731 Minstrel Show ll C'uncer 21 uru ROSELLA BROWN Commercial l'hzirlerui High School 11 Cougar Courier Stull 11 Reflcc- wr Stuff 213 Tri-lli-Y Club 13 Concert lg Cup and Gown Cum- inillm- Z2 Chorus l. DONALD BUCHANAN Commercial Sharron High Si-huul l, Zg Szilvugv Connniuei- " GERTRUDE BURPRICH Commercial lieilvctm Stall' Ii: Mixed Chorus 1. Z1 Minhtrel Show li i'0iicL'1'i If Oflirc Assistant SSL flass Baskeibull Team 1, Z. ANTOINETTE BUSCO Commercial lim-fiectur Stziil' 233 Oflive Assistant 3. JOSEPH BUTORYAK General i l ' f-f 74 SENIORS 661244, a PEGGY CAMPAGNA French Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 32 Monit General or 33 Band 13 Mixed Chorus 33 Literary Contestant 23 Gym Exhibition 2: Cap and Gown Committee 23 Dance Committee 3: School Play 3: Student Council 3. MADELYN CAPOZZOLI Commercial "Night Rider" Staff 1, 2, 33 Office Assistant 3. JOHN CAPSON General Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Minstrel Show 13 Music Contestant 1. 23 Concert 1, 23 Wrestling Team 12 Class Basketball Team 23 District Band 2. HENRY CAPUTO Reflector Staff 33 Wrestling Squad 1, 2, 33 ball Team 2. NEIL CAPUTO Student Council Z1 Cheer Leader 2, 33 Mi General Class Basket- Commercial xed Chorus 33 Track Team 1, 23 Class Basketball Team 1, 2, 33 Class Volley Ball Team 1: Program Committee 3. ANNA CELENZI Home Economics Mixed Chorus 11 Variety Club 2, 33 Refl Salvage Committee 33 Minstrel Show 1. CORNELIA CERNEA lieflector Staff 33 Office Assistant 2, 33 At mittee Il. - .f , GEORGE CHERHIT' 3 " Wlesding Squyl 2, 3, Nr 3 CASIMIR CHESTNUT PHILLIP CH IAPPIANELLA Glee Club 21 Varsity Basketball Team 2, 33 ball Team 2. 31 Track Team 1, Z3 Footba Basketball Reserves 1. CHARLES CHIODO ector Staff 33 Commercial tenilanee Com- General General Academic Varsity Foot- ll Reserves 13 Academic Class Basketball Team 13 Varsity Track Team 13 Football Reserves li Club Basketball Team Z1 Salvage Committee 3. JOHN CHIODO Glee Club 23 Football Reserves 13 Club Bask Academic etball Team Z1 Minstrel Show 13 Salvage Committee 33 Wrestling Squad 3. ANTHONY CHURKO Academic French Club 33 Band 33 Glee Club 23 District Band 33 Salvage Committee 33 Club Basketball Team 21 WILLIAM CHURLIK JOHN CILAS State Band 3. Commercial General DONALD CIPRIANO GLORIA CIPRIANO General Commercial Reflector Stall' :EI Monitor I1 Gym Exhibition 211 Cap and Gown COTY'lTTllllPt' 2. BETTY JANE CLUNE Reflector Staff 32 "Night Chorus 11 Minstrel Show li Press Club 2. EUNICE COLCLASER Commercial Rider" Stat? 21 Monitor 31 Cap and Gown Committve ZZ General Sharon Hiyzh Sr-hool I, Z: Chorus Z2 Minstrel Show 2. CAROL coma Commercial Can and Gown Committee 2. J MES CRIVELLO Commercial . St. Ann's School I1 "Night Rider" Staff 33 Band 22 Reflector Staff 31 Mixed Chorus 31 Literary Contestant 2: Cone-s-rt ZZ Svhool Play Sl: Spanish Club 3. JOHN DAVID Varsity Football Team I. CONRAD DE CAPUA Varsity Football Team 1. Class Basketball Team 1. 22 2: Club Basketball 'Team I, Club 2: Prom Committee 122 WILLIAM DE CAPUA Varsity Football Team 22 General Y General 2, 31 VVrf'stling Squad 2. 341 French Club 22 Track Team 1, 21 Basketball Reserves ll Gln-0 Salvage Cmnmittr-0 3. General Football Reserves I1 Basketball Reserves I: Class Basketball Team 21 Wrestling Team 21 Prom Committee 2: Track Team I. 22 Monitor 3: Salvauv Committee 31 Club Basketball Team 2. FLORINE DE PASCAL Commercial Reflector Staff 31 Chorus I: Minstrel Show 1. ROSE DESPUT Commercial Rollei-tor StaE 3: Monitor l. 2. 31 Student Council il: Chorus I. 2, fl: Gym Exhibition 21 Concert 23 Minstrel Show 1: Can and Gown Committee 2. SAMUEL DIMATTEO General STELLA DMOCHOWSKI Commercial Cap and Gown Committee 2. WILLIAM DOUTHIT General "Night Rider" Stall' I, 2: Club Basketball Tram l: Track Team I. ELEANORE DRAVESKY General Glee Cluh I. 2: Mixed Chorus 31 Minstrel Show ll Cav and Gown Committee 22 Monitor 32 Concert, I. 2. 3. SENIORS Q x i943 SENIORS F Glam IDA DYLL Commercial Reflector Staff 33 "Night Rider" Staff 31 Mixed Chorus 12 Gym Exhibition 22 Minstrel Show 11 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 2: Svcrvtary to tht- Dean of Boys S31 Class Committem- fy Q. MARTHA DYLL General Monitor 1, 31 Chorus 1, 2. Cl: Choir 13 Minstrzl Show 11 Concvrt Z: Secretary of thc' llomc' Room Il. MARKO DZAPO General RAY ELIA Academic l"rc-nvb Club lg Hi-Y Club 2, 14: Stumlvnt Count-il 11 Trac-It Team SEQ Varsity Football 'Fvain CZ: Club Buslfolbwll Tcnm 2, 31 Prom Committvc 2. THOMAS ELLIS Academic Movie Projocljonist lg Gym Exhibition 2: Gln-v Club 2: Football 'Team 1, 22 Club Basketball Team 2. ill Saluagge Committvc 3: Tumbling Tvam :li 'l'rac'k Tram l, Z. ALBERT EVANCHAN General KATHRYN FAUCEGLIA Commercial lfroncb Club 11 Chorus 2, fll Convert 21 l'rom Committre 32 Stuclonl Council Z1 Tom Thumb XVe1lrling 2: Minstrel Show ZZ Dam-0 Commiltvv 2. FRANCES FlSTER Commercial Rc-Hector Staff ti! Monitor 31 Press Club 2: "Night Rider" lllanager 2. OLIVIA FORD Commercial Roflvctor Staff 3: Home Room Club Comznittve ti. JOHN FRANTZ Academic Hi-Y Club fi: Flub llarkvtbzall Tram 11 l'hairman of thr- Program Committee Cl: Srl ago Vommittve fi. ANN FUKAT Commercial Chorus 1. Z. 3: Minstrel Show 11 Concert 22 Monitor 33 Cap and Gown Committve 2: Rvflvctor Stafl' fl. IRENE FUREY General Tumbling Club fl: Home Room Club Committr-P 3. MARY ANN GAGl..lARDl Home Economics Chorus 12 Minstrcl Show l: Vzirirtj, Club Z, CS: Salvagv Vommittve 3. VlRGll.. GAINER General Salvzvre Committee 3. JOHN GASPAREC General Hickory High School l, 22 Monitor li Chorus 11 Track Team li Varsity Basketball 'Foam l. 2: Prom Committev 21 Latin Club 1. MYRTLE GIBBS Commercial Sharon High Svhnnl I2 l,ibrurian's Assistant 32 Sn-vretary tu tht- De-an of lluys 3: Gym Exhibition CIT llf'I'lm'tm' Stuff 21. ALLENE GILLESPIE Home Economics liL'l'ls-vtm' Stull' 731 Mixml Vhurus li Vurivty Club Z 331 t'rrm'0rt ll Minstrvl Show 2. JAMES GILLESPIE General Traclc Toum 1: Class Dzusketluzill Team 2: Fzmlball 'Team li Club Baslutbull 'Foam 3: ltnskvtball Iiesm-n'x'Qs l: Sulvagrv f'mnnn1ittt'v il. HELEN GLADYS Commercial ll1'l.J.'ctm' Stull Sig Tri-Hi-Y Club 711 lVl0nit0r Cl: Class lists- lu-tball Team 1, 23 Club lluskvtbzlll 'IH-..1u 22 Salvaue Com- mittve fl: Prum t'un1mitts'v 1, ALBERT GLAVAN llzxnfl 1. 2, 123 tlrcln-strzn ' flj IRENE GORLESKI f'tYI1lY11Cl'K'l2ll R4-Ilmctor Stull' 11' FRED GRANDE 'l'r:lf'k Tvzxm li "Night Rirls'r" NANCY GRANDE Chorus 1. 2, 211 Minstrvl Show MARCIA GREENBERG General Movir- Prujectionist l. Commercial Homo limml Cmnmittvn' fl, Commercial Manager IL Commercial 12 K':u1r'vl't l. 3. General linnrl 32 Cup :xml Gown l'fmrnrnittvr- 21 Orvhn-stru Jil Muni- tur 21 Varivty Club 21 llxuiro Cummittvv Ill Concvrt ll: Dis- trirt lianfl ll, STEVE GREGORICH S:ilX'z1Q1-H Vmninittvx' fl. MARY GUGLIOTTA General Home Economics Class liaslivtlmll Team ll Nlixvfl Chorus ll "Night liirlz'r" Mzxnzmel' 12 Monitor Z. fl: livflr-1-tm' Stuff Il: Variety Vlub 2, ill Minstrvl Show li llnnm' mittev Zi. JOSEPH GUTHRIE liunul 1. Ill Orchestra I, 3. 1 Cfm1'nittt-4- 21 Salvnuv Unn- Commercial Monitor Z: Sturlc-nt l'uunr'il li Music Crmtvstunt Z2 f'1uu'm't 1. 2. Ill Football llvsvrvvs l. 22 Hi-Y f'lub 2. " MARY LOU GUTIERREZ Commercial flvm FX'1ibitir-n 2. Ill llvflcctult SMH' Ili 0rf'h0s1t'a l. 22 Tri- lli-Y Club Cl: Stmlvnt Vnuna-il Ill Music Contestant l. Z. il Olilim' Assistant Z, il. SAMUEL HAMILTON Academic Rvflprtm' Stull' fl: Fre'nr'h Flub 1. 22 lli-Y Club LZ, 31 Mixrnl iumrlls G1 fllve fluh Z. JOHN HANLEY Academic R1-flector Statf 213 "Night Killer" Staff Z. C42 Hi-Y Club fig Student Cuunvil Si: Glee Club 22 Football Manager l. 2. 'S Prvss Club 21 Mixed Chorus Ill Dancer Committee II, -Y -- ? SENIORS ' 1943 SENIORS Elma ROSE HARTSTEIN Commercial RL-flector Staff 33 Monitor 1, 2, 31 Senior Tea Party Com- mittee 32 School Play Committee 3. HENRY HENRICH General Salvage Committee 3. EDWARD HOAGLAND Academic Gym Exhibition 23 "Night Rider" Stall' 1, 23 Hi-Y Club 2, Il: Glee Club 23 Class Basketball Team 1. ZZ Basketball Manager 1, 2, C53 Cross State Relay Team Captain Z2 Prom Committee Z. MARY HORZICH Academic Reflector Staff 33 "Night Rider" Staff 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club Z, RQ Monitor Z3 Student, Council 11 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 23 Ring Committee 1: Press Club Z3 Homecoming Qucen's Attendant 31 Homecoming Committee 2: Art Club 1. EMIL HRIVNAK Academic Gym Exhibition 2. ARCHIE IACINO General Thrift Director 31 Salvage Committee fl: Reflector Staff 3. MARY ANN JACKSON Commercial Chorus 1. '21 Class Basketball Team 1. Z2 Reflector Staff 3. TOBE JACKSON Academic Monitor I: Salvage Committee 3: Refllvctor Staff Ill Latin Club 3. STELLA JANUSKO Commercial Cap and Gown Committee 21 ReHec't.or Stall' 32 Senior Tea 'Party Committee 3. LUCY JARWIN Commercial Office Assistant. 31 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Usherettc 31 Senior Tea Committee 3. REBECCA JONES, X, ll tx Academic , 'S Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 34X 'om Co 'tee Z2 "Night, Ridern Stafl'VZ, 'tlrslxrcss I 21 Studs o ncil 25 Club Basket- ball Txeam 9 S ol Playnli Ionitor 1, 21 Usherette 23 llomecom' N Commis eesikfj sf-5 lj If CHQREES J 5161-1 General , A - , 'eam 1, Cross State Rvlay Team 2: Moni- , tor 'X X rl ffl RICHARD JOSEPH Academic Student Council- 21 Hi-Y Club 231 Club llasketball Team 21 Salvage Committee 31 Latin Club Ili "Niftht Rider" Man- ager 3. ANN MARIE KALINEY Academic French Club 11 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 31 Monitor 1, 3: "Night Ritln-r" Staff Cl: Reflector Staff 35 Club Basketball Team 13 Ushvrette Il: Dance Committee ii: Senior Tea Committee 32 Club Play 1. GERALDINE. KATILUS General Monitor 1. Z: Tri-Hi-Y Club Z. 3: Office Assistant, 32 A Cappella Choir 1: Dance Committee 3. WILLIAM KING General CARL KLAMER Commercial Mixed Chorus 3: Club Basketball Tcam 23 School Play 52: Salvage Committee S31 Press Club 1: Air Raid Warden 23. MARY ELLEN KOCHIS Academic Student Council ll Librarian's Assistant 1. Z. 33 Tri- Ili-Y Club 2, R3 Prom Committee 21 French Club 3: "Night Rider" Staff SZ, Reflector Staff 3: Monitor 32 Usherette 2. 32 Senior Tea Party 223 Invitation Committee 53. JOHN KOPAS General Movie Projocztionisl 1, 2. JULIA KORP Commercial lVlonitor 1: Hells-ctor Staff 3g Dance Committee 2. IRENE KOVACK General Cheer Leader 21, 3: Monitor 2. 31 Tri-Hi-Y Club 31 Class Basketball Team 1, 21 Club Basketball Team 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 21 School Play Il: Senior Tea Committee 32 Salvage Committee 3. MARY KRAYNAK Commercial Monitor lg Chorus lg Reflector Stad' 33 Minstrel Show l, STELLA KROKOSKI Academic Monitor 1, 22 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Latin Club 13. FRANK KUNCIO Commercial Student Council 32 Club Basketball Team 22 Salvage Committee fl. NICHOLAS KURTONICK General Monitor 31 Student Council 3: Thrift Committee 3. BLANCHE LANDA Commercial Class Basketbell Team l, 2, 33 Club Basketball Team 1, 2, 32 Volley Ball 'Team 1. 21 Reflector Staff 32 Salvage Com- m'tt,ce 3. ANN MARIE LEAVENS Home Economics Variety Club 2. lil Reflector Staff 31 Club Committee 3. EVELYN LIENER Commercial Reflector Stati' 3: Cap and Gown Committee 22 Student Forum 2. 31 Secretary to the Dean of Girls 32 School Play il: Senior Dance Committee il. HARRIETT LOBL Commercial Rayon High School l: Reflector Staff 31 Cap and Gown Committee 21 Student Council 11 Latin Club ll Senior Dance Committee 3. JOSEPH LOMBARDI Academic Student Council 1. 2: Class Play 13 Minstrel Show 1: Club Basketball Team 1, 2: Salvage Committee 3g School Plays 3. SENIORS 1943 SENIORS ef HELEN LOTKA Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, Sli "Night Ritter" Manager 21 Retbeetor Staff 3: Class Basketball Team lg Club Basketball Team 1, Z: Homecoming Dance Committee 2. 33 Office Assistant 3. RUTH ELLEN LOW General Chorus lg Student, Council 1: Class Basketball Team 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 31 Club Iieskctball Team 1, 2: lfreneh Club l, 25 ReHeetor Staff 3: Minstrel Show ll Volley Ball Team 1 WILLA MAE MACK General Class Basketball Team 21 Reflector Stat? Il: Spanish Club Cl. WILLIAM MACK General Track Team l, 22 Basketball Reserves l: Varsity Football Team 2, 3: Football Reserves 1. DOROTHY MADURA Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club 33: Cap and Gown Committee 2: Art Club 12 Mixed Chorus 2. 35 "Night Rider" Staff 333 Office Assistant 32 Secretary to the Dean of Boys il: Cmeert 121 Dance Com- mittee 2, 35. GEORGE MARENCHIN General Hi-Y Club 33 Club Basketball Team 2: Basketball Re- serves 1, 213 Salvage Committee 3. THOMAS MARENOVICH Commercial Monitor 3. CARL MARKS General Band Sl: Glee Club 25 Minstrel Show ll "Night Rider" Manager 35 Prom Committee 23 Salvage Committee 3: Music Contestant 3: District Band 23 State Band 2: Dance Com- mittee 3. VIRGINIA MARTIN Commercial Minstrel Show li Concert 2: Mixed Chorus l. 2: 232 Dance Program Committee 3. FRANCIS MARTINO General ANNE MASTRIAN Academic Chorus lg Minstrel Show l: French Club fl: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 355 Monitor 35 Prom Committee 21 "Night R.lfl91'i' Staff fl: Reflector Staff 3: Homecoming: Queen's Attendant il: Play Committee 31 Dance Committee 3. FLORENCE MASTRIAN Commercial French Club l: Club Basketball Team ll l'tlo'titor l, 2, fl: Reflector Staff fl: Office Assistant 25. BERTHA MATUK Commercial Cap and Gown Committee 21 Reflector Staff Il. EDWARD MATUK General Salvage Committee 3. ALICE MAZZOTTI Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club 2. 3: Student Council l, 2: Orchestra 1. 2, 33 Concert l, 2, 31 Librarians Assistant ll Office Assistant. 31 Midwestern String Orchestra 2. IRENE MICKULAS Commercial "Night Rider" Stall' 33 Reflector Staff 33 Cap and Gown Conimittoe 22 Glev Club 1. 2: Mixed Chorus 31 Minstrel Show ll Concert 1, 3. MARIAM MIKOTA Commercial Monitor 2, 33 Student Council 2, 33 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 23 Secretary to the Dean of Girls 31 Redector Staff 3. MARGARET MILETTA Commercial Monitor 1, 23 Omoo Assistant 3: Cafeteria Assistant 3. DOROTHY MILICH Home Economics Varivty Club 2, ll: Club Basketball Team 21 Reflector Stat? Ill Gym Exhibition Cl. OLYMPIA MISSORY Commercial Cap and Gown Committee 2g Reflector Staff 3. WILLIAM MODER Academic Hi-Y Club 2, 33 Monitor 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Press Club 11 Sound System Technician 3. CLAIRE MOHNEY Commercial Orchestra 1, 2. 31 Music Contestant 2: Midwestern String Orchestra 21 All State Orchestra 23 Tri-Hi-Y Club 32 Min- strel Show 13 Ref.vr-tor Staff 3. ROBERT MONTESON General Spanish Club 3. HECTOR MOROCCO Commercial Football Reserves 11 Basketball Reserves 1, 21 Varsity Football 1, 2, 213 Class Basketball Team 11 Prom Committee 21 Softball Team 2. STELLA MUDRINICH Commercial Reflector Staff 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 33 Literary Contestant 23 Cap and Gown Committee 21 Art Committee 23 Volley Ball Team 21 T0achor's Sricrotary 3. JOHN NAJDUSAK General Rofloc-tor Staff 35. ROSALINE NECASTER Commercial Monitor 1, 2, C32 Chorus 12 Minstrel Show 1. JOSEPH NEIMAN Academic Track Team 11 Gym Exhibition 2: Glt-0 Club 13 District Chorus ll Salvage Committee 11: Relay Team 11 Tumbling Team Il: Latin Club 1. TED NOGAY Commercial Class Basketball Tvam l. 22 Club Basketball Team 2. JACK NORRIS Academic Hi-Y Club ZZ, 31 VVrvstling Manager 2, 31 French Club 3. Y ' SENIORS nh 6 1943 i 2.4 SENIORS QQ' Glafm ALEX NOVAK BARBARA ANN O'DAL Commercial General Retiector Staff 3: Monitor 13 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Concert 23 Minstrel Show 13 Spanish Club 3. GEORGE ONDICH Gen eral Gym Exhibition 2. 31 Art 1, 2, 533 Varsity Football 'Fcam Z. 23: Football Reserves 1. ELEANOR ORENDI Monitor 13 Reflector Stat? 'E' FRANCES PALADINO Commercial 'I'e:icher's Secretary tl. General Tri-Hi-Y Club 32 Prom Committee 23 Chorus 1, 2. 33 Minstrel Show 13 Homecoming Dance Committee 33 "Night, Rider" Staff 31 Concert 2: Literary Contestant 24 JOSEPH PALKO "Night Rider" Staff 2. LULU PAPLOMATIS General Academic Reflector Stalf 31 "Night Rider" Staff 3: Monitor 2, 33 Chorus 1: A Cappella Choir 1: Minstrel Show 1: Class Bas- ketball Team 21 Press Club 23 Literary Contestant 13 Dance Fommittee Il. SOPHIE PASCEL Commercial Mixed Chorus 13 Gym Exhibition 2, 2l3 Cap and Gown Committee 23 ReHect,eor Staff 3: Minstrel Show 1. VIOLET PERICH Commercial Reflector Staff 133 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Mixed Chorus 13 Minstrel Show 13 Dance Committee 3. JOSEPHINE PERRY 5 Home Economics Minstrel Show 13 Chorus 1, 23 Variety Club 2, 32 Class Basketball Team 1, 21 "Night Rider" Manager 2. AUGUST PETRILLO GCHCFHI "Night Rider" Stall' 2, 33 Monitor 1, 2, 253 Press Club 22 Relicctor Stat? 33 Student Council 21 Prom Committee 2, fl Salvage Committee 33 Class Basketball Team 1. ROSE MARIE PETRILLO Commercial Monitor 1, 2, 33 Chorus 11 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Press Club 21 "Night Rider" Manager 2: Gym Exhibition 2. 3. ANNE PILLAR Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 33 Monitor 13 Student, Council 23 Concert 23 Minstrel Show 13 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Gym Exhibition 23 Reflector Staff 33 Homecoming Queen's Attendant 1, 3. EMMA PILONE Commercial Llb1'Hl'l?lH'S Assistant 1, 2, 33 Gym Exhibition 23 Reflector Staff 33 Cap and Gown Committee 2. PETER POKRAJAC General RUDOLPH PREZIOSO Commercial Varsity Football Team l, 2. Ci: Track Team l. Z1 Prom Committee 25: Wrestling' Su HERMAN PRIZANT Football Reserves l. ELSIE RADASEVICH uaal Il. Commercial Commercial Cap and Gown Committee Z1 Literary Contestant 1: Re- flector Staff 32 School Play 32 Dance Committee 3. BILL RAGER Academic Hi-Y Club 1. 2, 32 French Club 33 Glee Club Z: Class Bas- ketball Team ll Student Council 23 Gym Exhibition 21 "Night Ritlt-r" Manager 21 Prom Committee 21 Basketball Reserves 1. CLEM RAGSTER Track Tt-am 1. AMELIA RAY General Commercial Rt-Hector Stuff Il: Monitor li Minstrel Show lg Class Bas- ketball Team 2: Cap and Gown Committee ill Chorus 1, 2, ill Concert 2, 3. ROSALINE REDA Monitor 1, 15. THERESA REDA Commercial Commercial Chorus ll Student Council 31 Minstrel Show lj School Play 3. ELlZABETH REPAS Reflector Staff 3. WILLIAM ROBINSON Orchestra 2. Iii Concert Team 1. JAMES S. ROSEBORO Commercial General 23 Club Basketball Team 21 Track General Orchestra 2, 33 Concert 21 Club Basketball Team 25 Band ' ' 1, 2, 33 District Band 23 Music Contestant 2. SARAH ROTHENBERG Commercial Johnstown Central High School 1, 2: Gym Exhibition 21 Student Council 31 Teacher's Secretary 33 Reilcctor Staff 32 Salvage Committee 3. ROSE ROZICH Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 31 l.ibrarian's Assistant 1, 22 Office Assistant SZ: "Night Rider" Manager 11 Press Club 1: Mixed Chorus ll Minstrel Show 13 School Play 11 Literary Contest- ant lg Student Council 1. EDWARD RUSSELL French Club 3. PAUL RUSSELL Academic General Varsity Football Team 2, 33 Basketball Reserves 1, 23 Varsity Basketball Team 3g Club Basketball Team 2. SENIORS ly :W queue l L 1 G I fr' ,.:'i': : : EHS I ' u k? HQ. 1: . - te 1943 1 1 . RICHARD SABORSKY General Prom Committee 2g Basketball Reserves 1, Varsity Foot- ball Team 1g Reflector Staff 35 Salvage Committee 35 Club Basketball Team 1, BRUCE SARCHETT Commercial , Gym Exhibition 25 Club Basketball Team 21 "Night Rider" Stafi' 11 Press Club 2, Salvage Committee 3, SAMUEL SATTERWHITE General Varsity Basketball Team 33 Class Basketball Team 1, Z1 Club Basketball Team 2. THERESA SCANNELLA Commercial Cap and Gown Committee 2: Reflector Staff 3. SAMUEL SCHARVILLE Commercial Mixed Chorus 31 "Night Ruler" Staff 1, 2, 31 Press Club Z3 Prom Committee Z: Salvage Committee 3, PETER SCHELL Commercial "Night Rider" Staff 13 ReHector Staff 33 Press Club 1. NICK SCHIAU Academic Orchestra 3: Press Club 23 French Club 13 Literary Con- testant 23 "Night Hitler" Manager 23 Gym Exhibition Zg Salvage Committee 3. ALICE MARIE SCHMIDT Home Economics Chorus 1, Variety Club 2, 3, Reflector Staff 33 Minstrel Show 1: Program Committee 2, Monitor 1. RONALD SECOVITCH General St. Annis School 11 Band 2, 33 Music Contestant 25 Con- cert 2: Salvage Committee 3: District Band 3. DELLA SED Commercial Tri-Hi-Y Club Z, Ill "Night Ritter" Staff 1, 2, 31 Librarian Assistant 1, 2, 31 Press Club 1, Z3 Gym Exhibition Z1 Cap :tml Gown Committee 23 Reflector Staff 3, Club Basketball Team Z2 Dance Committee 2, 33 Salvage Committee 3. JOSEPH SETEK Commercial Monitor 1. VIOLETTE SHAFFER Commercial Press Club 11 "Night Rider" Staff 1, 3: Monitor 1, 33 'V Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Reflector Staff 3. VIVIENNE SHAFFER Commercial Press Club lg Tri-Hi-Y Club 31 Monitor 1, 2, 31 "Night Rider" Staff 1, 31 Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Salvage Committee VICTOR SHAPONA General "Night Rider" Staff 33 Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Art Club I, Z, 33 Reflector Staff 3g Football Reserves 3. 61644 RAYMOND sl-1ERwooD General 5 Football Team 1. 21 Class Basketball Team 25 Monitor 1, 2, Student Council 23 Hi-Y Club Z, 3. STEVE SKENDROVICH Academic Hi Y Club " 'S' Val"itv lntsketball Team l " '9' Varsitv I-'ootball Team Zig Salvage Committee IS: Stutlent Council ANDREW SKODY Commercial Football 'Team l, Z. 251 Track Tram 1. 22 Monitor 3Z Salvaie Committee 15 DOROTHY SMlTH General Chorus l, 2, 151 Class Basketball Team ZZ: Minstrel Show 1: Concert 2. Club Basketball Team 1, 2. NATHAN SMITH General Art Club 33 Art Club Basketball Team 21 Salvage Commit- tee 152 Football Team 2. AGNES SOSTARICH Commercial Monitor Z2 Minstrel Show 13 Chorus 1: Class Volley Ball Team l: Iietieetor Stall' 32 Salvage Committee 3: Concert 1. LAURA STANEK Commercial Chorus 2: Reflector Staff CS: Concert 2: Class Basketball Team 1. 23 Club Basketball Team 23 Program Committee 31 Salxare Committee 332 Secretary to the Dean of Girls Zi. MARTHA STANOVICH Commercial Monitor l, 2, 35 Salvage Committee 3, RONALD STEFANICK General Bantl 1. 2. Li: Concert 2. RAYMOND STEVERSON General Track Team 23 Club Basketball Team 2. JOHN SUCHY General St. Ann's School 1, Banrl 11. 31 Orchestra 2, 33 District Hand 21 Salvage Committee 352 Concert 2, Iii Club Basketball Team 15. WANDA SUPEI.. General Salvage Committee 3. DOLORES SZABO Commercial Drum Majorette l, Z, ZS: Monitor 331 French Club 1: Tri- Hi-Y Club 2, 33 Minstrel Show 21 School Play 31 Prom Com- mittee 2: Homecoming Dance Committee 353 Reflector Staff 21: French Club Basketball Team I. ELMER SZABO General Banc! 1, 2, Ci: Choir lg Monitor 31 Class Basketball Team 31 Club Basketball Team 2. GERTRUDE SZABO Commercial Cap annl Gown Committee ZZ: Salvage Committee 3. FRANK TAMBER General Student Council ISL Salvage Committee Si. 7 YY Y , 1 SENIORS erm of PETER TATUSKO General Club Basketball Team 23 Band Color Bearer 23 Band Gun Bearer 3. BENNY TELEGA General STELLA TELEGA Commercial Monitor 13 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Program Com- mittee 3. JOHNNIE ANNA THOMAS Commercial Reflector Staff 33 Home Room Club Committee 3. MARY TOBIAS Commercial Chorus 13 Home Room Club Committee 33 Salvage Com- mittee 3. CAROLYN TOMICH Academic Chorus 13 "Night Rider" Manager 1, 21 Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 33 Class Rin,-I Committee 13 Tumbling' Club 33 School Plays 33 Student Council 31 Latin Club 33 Invitation Com- mittee 33 Dental Clinic Assistant 33 Program Director 33 Monitor 3. CARL TRALICH General Sharon High School 13 Hickory High School 23 XVrestling Squad Z, 33 Salvage Committee 3. EMU.. VALETICH General Bulletin Board Committee 33 School Play 3. MARGARET VARVARICK Commercial Monitor 13 Home Room Club Program Committee 31 ROSE VERNILLE Commercial Reflector Stall' 2, 33 Student Council 33 Chorus 13 Minstrel Show 13 Bulletin Board Committee 3. FRANCES VESELOSKY General St. Ann's School 13 Reflector Stall' 33 Concert 23 Chorus 23 Cap and Gown Committee 2. JOSEPHINE VIVOLO Commercial Reflector Staff 3. ROSE VRANICH - Commercial Reflector Stai 33 Concert 1: Sunshine Minstrel 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 33 Cap and Gown Committee 33 Dance Committee 2. MARY VOZARIK Commercial Chorus 1. GLORIA WAGNER Commercial Reflector Staff 33 Cap and Gown Committee 23 Secretary to the Dean of Boys 33 Dancing Club 3. BETTY WASSER Commercial Reflwtur Staff Il: Hnnw Room Club Committee ll. ANN WAUZZINSKI Commercial Reflvctur Staff 31 Munitor Z. 3. SAMUEL WEITZEN Academic Minstrvl Show l, 22 Projvctiunist 33 French Club 31 Rv- llectox' Staff II: "Night Rich-1"' Stall' 1, 2, 3: Glc-e Club 231 Mixed Chorus 31 Distrit-t Chorus 21 Prom Cunnnittvv Z1 Music Conti-stunt 2: Suhnul Play ll: Studi-nt Count-il 3. NANNIE WILLIAMS General Variety Club 533 Reflex-tor Stuff 3. GEORGE YANAK General Rellevtrn' Stuff 3. PAUL YANAK General ANTOINETTE YERSKY General St. Ann! School 1: Bnnd 2, 3: Hand Librarian 3: "Ni!ht Ridex"' Staff Ili Rvfiuvtui' Stafl' 31 Conan-rt 2, C51 Chortls ll Spanish Club 232 Senior Tru 3. THOMAS YONCHAK Home Room Club Voinniittn-e PETER YURCICH Band 1, 2, fl: Home Room mittee 241 Minstrel Show 1. FRANCES YURICH Coninmitteu Ci: Dance Cmnniittw- General ., .,. Commercial Air Raid Wards-n 3: Primm Cum- Commercial Munitor 23 R4-fluctur Staff 15: History Club lg Salvage Cum- mittce Sig Tea Party Cunnnittce 3. PHILOME NA ZAPPA Commercial Monitor 1, Ii: "Night Rider" Staif 2, 33 Salvage Cunrnit- Ice 223 Ten Party Cunnnittae 3. WILLIAM ZELCH General Class Hasltetbzdl Team l. LC: "Night Ruler" Stall' JI: Tumbling Club 2, H1 R4-Hector Staff 33 Art Club 51. ELSIE ZINK Commercial Rcfectur Staff 35: Home Ruoin Club Cuinrnitu-0 IS. GUY ZUPO General Student Council 3. MIKE ZURAWSKY General Club Basketball Team 2. -suv SENIORS 7943 SENIOR HOME ROOM OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President ........ Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ........ President ...........,. Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ....... President ....... Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... ROOM 102--MISS MARY SCARDINA ..........James Basilone ..... .Rose Marie Bronich .......Pauline Asafaylo .............James Alter President ...................... Placide Broderick Vice President ..... ....... R obert Bastide Secretary .......... .......... D orothy Baron Treasurer ...... ...... J oseph Bencivengo ROOM 115-MR. HARRY BERKOWITZ ...........Peter Carine .....,William DeCapua ........Martha I. Dyll ........James Crivello President ...................... William DeCapua Vice President ..., ........ V ictor Danilov Secretary ......... ............... I da Dyll Treasurer ....... ....... J ames Crivello ROOM 1164MISS ESTHER A. B. ZENTZ .....Edward Hoagland Frantz .......Jenny Gladys .......Helen Gladys President ............... Vice President .. Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... ROOM 120-MISS MILDRED ROUX President ............ ..... . .Joseph Lombardi Vice President Secretary .......... Treasurer . .... . . ....... Richard Joseph ......Geraldine Katilus ............He1en Lotka ROOM 121-MR. President .......................... William Moder Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... President ........ Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... ........R0se Marie Petrillio ...........Alice Mazzotti .......Emma Pilone ROOM 124-MISS ....Catherine Richards Schlau ............Rose Rozich ......Peter Schell President .......... Vice President ..... .... Secretary . ..... . Treasurer ....... VAUGHN WAGNER Secretary .......... Treasurer ...... FLORENCE DONLIN ......John Gasparec ........J0hn Hanley ......Mary Horzich .......Helen Gladys Mary Ellen Kochis ........Frank Kuncio ....Dorothy Madura ...........Lucy Jarwin ............Jack Norris ...Stella Mudrinich President ............. .... Vice President ........... .......Alice Mazzotti .......Emma Pilone President .................... Catherine Richards Vice President ,,... ..,... R udolph Prezioso Secretary .......... ........... R os: Rozich Treasurer ...... ROOM 130-MRS. LAURA BELLE SADLER President .................... Robert Trombacco Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... Szabo ........D0l9res Szabo .......Vivienne Shaffer President .......... Vice President .. Secretary .......... Treasurer ROOM 133-MISS IRENE PETRICK President ........,..,............ Samuel Weitzen Vice President Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... ..........Betty Wasser ......Frances Yurich .......Thomas Yonchak President ........... Vice President .. Secretary ...... Treasurer .........Pete1' Schell ................F1'ank Tamber ..........SteVe Skendrovich ............Laura Stanek ........Carl Tralich .. ..,...... Peter Yurcich .......... Gloria Wagner .........Anne Wauzzinski ......Thomas Yonchak 4 x .uf 1 5. , U W9 , 74' 3 gf N A ,JW Y! Vfwy lf av 'fllfvl 1 N 'fl I 1 " ' X 6 E m 5: R x Sw-1, , , if 'fm f E3 TQ , , Kg i 1fee-- - 34 f ff f L " EX i ff 'iff " Q M , gd1eQw ua. f UlM11,JePeF.m'l H E:---gf' , I-5 ri, I.. V , N Q, X Ji ' A tieiillklfl' M , 1 1 .Y ,4 -J XA-Hi,,:..-P A,-Q VIC, SHAPONFN Boom In - Zlmfmc HOME ROOM PROGRAMS "I feel more at home in school now." "I have more friends this year than I had before." "I know my teacher better and I feel she knows me better." These were typical comments made by Farrell Senior High School students at the end of the first semester when they were asked to evaluate their new home room programs. The emphasis upon the home room was initiated in September, 1942, when Superintendent Carroll D. Kearns designated William J. Thomas to arrange a program of subjects to be discussed in the home rooms throughout the year. A period of fifteen minutes each morning was allotted for the programs, with the week's activities centering on the Friday morning home room period. The subjects selected were chosen with the following purposes in mind: To encourage individual group discussion of certain problems that seem irrelevant in the class period, to develop desirable pupil-teacher relationships, to build school spirit, good attitudes and pride in accomplishment, and to expedite the educative handling of routine. After several weeks discussion of parliamentary procedure, the home rooms selected officers and named committees to carry on the work. A few of the subjects discussed during the first semester were: Citizenship, Study Habits, Home and Family Relationships, Personal Appearance, and Health. With the start of the second semester in January, emphasis was placed on voca- tional and educational guidance. It was felt that this was especially timely as many of the students were confronted with serious problems concerning their futures caused by the war situation. The give-and-take discussions in the home rooms have helped many of the boys and girls to see their problems in a new light. The semester's program included a study of daily programs, of various occupa- tions, how to secure employment, how to secure Working papers, the value of a col- lege education, of marks, and grades. The music department had charge of one week's program, while the art department had charge of another. These added spice to the semester's work. During the second semester, the morning home room period was lengthened to a thirty minute period. During this Friday period, the programs of an educative and entertaining nature were presented by the students while the teachers engaged in personal conferences with students during other morning sessions. There is every reason to believe that the inauguration of the home room period has been a step forward and that Farrell High will send forth graduates better able to meet the ever rising requirements of the youth of our land. WILLIAM J. THOMAS ROOM 3 MRS. MARY T. JONES First Row: Ann Botos, Mary Bozzo, Norma Carine, Helen Babos, Ascension Campos, Myrtle Blackwell, Magdeline Askerneese, Ethyl Adair. Second Row: Mary Burt, Florence Bialko, Leo Bechtold, William Benya, Violet Berkon, Anne Backovich, Sylvia Camp, Nancy Alston. Third Row: Alex Bordy, Francis Blair, Rudolph Burnach, George Carin, Mike Bilich, William Bobby, Paul Avril, John Balash. Fourth Row: Robert Bogdan, Joseph Apisa, Joseph Adams, Leonard Bitchko, Harry Boatner, Larry Bettua, Joseph Cannone, Victoria Ceslak. ROOM 4 MR. ANGELO GRANDE First Row: Ada Dunkerley, Norma DeChristopher, Pauline Duby, Sophie Curtician, Gilda DePaseal, Louise DeGcrolamo, Mary Ellen Davis, Jane Constanza. Second Row: Nick Costcs, Rosaria DeGennaro, Violet Crim, Joseph Duich, Olga Cikity, Bette Jane David, Angeline Donatelli, Irene DeCarmine. Third Row: Anthony DeMario, Anthony Dalessandro, Louise Derloni, Betty Dudash, Joseph Donatelli, James Daniel, John Crowder, Henry Chesnakovich. Fourth Row: John DiFeo, Donald Drake, Patrick Christello, Frank Conner, Vasile Chirila, George Churlik, Elmer Churlik, John Conticelli. CLASS OF 1944 ROOM 5 MISS CECELIA FARBER First Row: Louise Gargano, Margaret Grande, Irene Gotch, Helen Greco, Olga Gioan, Louise Gabriel, Dorothy Griffin, Violet Fronko. Second Row: Victoria Gierchak, Marguerite Elia, Irene Geletka, Patricia Glover, Alma Easley, Martha Gabridge, Dorothy Grande. Third Row: John Henry Evans, Walter Gillespie, Edward Franczek, William Grande, John Gancsos, Gwendolyn Esaias, Eleanor Gorleski. Fourth Row: William Facko, Harry Gelfand, Richard Flack, Leroy Ganzy, Phillip Formichella, Joseph Esaias, Adrian Fiscus, Paul Fasser. ROOM 9 MISS HELEN LYNCH First Row: Helen Kaletka, Elizabeth Kuczynski, Irene Karol, Helene Klutcher, Marguerite Krantz, Laura Jean Johnston, Bertilla Kozar, Bernice Jackson. Second Row: Joseph Laslow, Lucille Iacino, Eileen Henning, Margaret Kraynak, Mary Karlovich, Laura Belle James, Helen Hassell, Mary Ann Holodnak, Noreen Komar. Third Row: James Kaikis, John Knezevich, Julia Hornak, Genevieve Kulnis, Pauline Karpinko, Josephine Horzich, Dolores Horner, Gertrude Horton. Fourth Row: Frank Halula, Charles Lauderman, John Joannow, Ernest Jackson, Samuel Hickman, Leonard Kaletka, George Kostik, Jesse Lee Jacobs. ROOM 10 MISS JULIA WALLACE First Row: Josephine Mickshaw, Edythe Leichman, Catherine Nader, Rose Ann Morocco, Stella Maykowski, Thelma Marenchin, Jean Lloyd, Antoinette Necaster. Second Row: Margaret Losik, Mary Lingner, Anna Makowski, Mary Makara, Eleanor Mirage, Isabelle Mouganis, Bernadine Marasco, Theodore Millzr. Third Row: Frank Marks, Joseph Makara, Samuel Miletta, Charles Mather, William Locke, Dominic Russo, Milton Neiman, Vernelle Murray. b Fourth Row: Andrew Matanin, David Muscarella, John Messina, George Mirkovich, Simon Mirkovich, William Locke, Valeri Marcu, Lawrence Napolitan. CLASS OF 1944 ROOMS 5, 9, 10 CLASS OF 1944 ROOMS 11, 213, 214 1 CLASS OF 1944 ROOM 11 MR. JOSEPH TOMMINS First Row: Angeline Reda, Christine Paplomatis, Lucille Pellis, Antoinette Rugiero, Betty Rothenberg, Suzanne Rupert, Gladys Owens, Tressa Nicholson, Corrine Petite. Second Row: Joanne Reinnerth, Mary Raykovich, Julia Palko, Marie Sabo, Marie Patrizi, Zora Pokrajac, Diana Pokrajac, George Saribalas, John Sakony, Hawdy Prizant. Third Row: Gloria Santell, Dorothy Purash, Angela Rupnik, Mary Radu, Maurice O'Leary, Marian Podolsky, Ruth Perrine, Margaret Perrine, Margaret Rom- bold. Fourth Row: Samuel Santelli, Joseph Pratt, Elias Paczak, Paul Paglia, Joseph Pacinda, William Satterwhite, James Russo, Philip Sarcinella, Jack Repas, Daniel Pawlak. ROOM 213 MISS SARAH COOLEY First Row: Marietta Scannella, Helen Sekerak, Ann Shapona, Wanda Skrypski, Dolores Steibly, Marjorie Taylor, Mildred Schmidt, Peggy Thomas, Mary Ellen Shafer. Second Row: Rose Sommerset, Sarah Swanson, Edith Singletary, Betty Tennant, Frances Stroma, Cecelia Stanek, Marjorie Slezak, Mary Stawaisz, Beatrice Takash. Third Row: June Shaffer, Richard Staul, Russell Stepanchak, Jean Skladanek, Betty Smiley, Theodore Stefanak, Jerry Tallarico, Andrew Stofan. Fourth Row: Tykie Theofolis, John Skarica, John Schuster. Herbert Speizer, Edward Taylor, Bennie Taub, Carl Stefanowicz, Frank Szabo, Leroy Smith. ROOM 214 MISS ANNAROSE MORACA First Row: Lovenia Victor, Mildred Wagner, Mary Varvarick, Harriet Wright, Mary Yurcich, Bennie Mae Wright, Rose Marie Zarella, Julia Woloshyn. Second Row: Helen Yanak, Mary Toskin, Johanna Vagliea, Ruth Woods, Joann Tsantes, Roberta Vuich, Alice Williams. Third Row: John Vellente, Russell Williams, Edward Williams, Harold Wasser, Joseph Weitzen, Jack Wilson, John Tsantes. Fourth Row: Richard Trombacco, Harry Wedlake, Fred Uiselt, Joseph Zippay, Paul Turner, Steve Uhalie, Louis Zickar, John Warha. JUNIOR HOME ROOM OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President .................................. James Kaikis Vice President ....... ................ J ames Russo Secretary ............. .................. J une Shaffer Advisor ....... ...... M iss Julia S. Wallace First Semester Second Semester President ........ Vice President ........ Secretary ....... Treasurer ....... President ........ Vice President Secretary .......... Treasurer ., ..... President ............. Vice President Secretary ........ Treasurer ....... President ....... Vice President Secretary . ....... ..... Treasurer ....... ROOM SQMRS. MARY T. JONES .......Robert Bogdan .......William Benya , ......, Florence Bialko .........Marylyn Balach ROOM 4-MR. .......John Oonticelli ......Dona1d Drake .......O1ga Cikity .........Betty Dudash President ........... ..........,. A lex Bordy Vice President ..... ............ J oseph Apica Secretary ........ ...... A scension Campos Treasurer .......... ........ X 7ictoria Ceslak ANGELO GRANDE President ........... ....... J oseph Donatelli Vice President .................... Pauline Duby Secretary .................. Rosario DeGennaro Treasurer .............. Norma DeChristopher ROOM 5-MISS CECELIIA S. FARBER .......Harry Gelfand .........,....Dorothy Grande .........Violet Fronko ........William Facko President .......... Vice President . Secretary .......... Treasurer . .... .. ROOM 9-MISS HELEN LYNCH .........James Kaikis ..............Leonard Kaletka .......Noreen Komar .. ....... Laura Johnston President .......... .......Helen Greco .......Harry Gelfand .,......Violet Fronko .......William Facko .........James Kaikis Vice President ..... ...... L eonard Kaletka Secretary . ........ . Treasurer ......... ROOM 10-MISS JULIA WALLACE President .......... ...... A ndrew Matanin Vice President Secretary ........ Treasurer ....,. President ........ Vice President Secretary .......... Treasurer ...... President .......... Vice President ..................William Locke .. ....... Rose Ann Morocco ........Isabelle Mouganis ROOM 11-MR. ........James Russo ........Joseph Pratt ..........Ju1ia Palko ......Angela Rupnik President .......... Vice President . Secretary .......... Treasurer ......... JOSEPH TOMMINS President .......... Vice President ....... Secretary ................ Treasurer ............... ROOM 213-MISS SARA COOLEY .......Jerry Tallarico ........Beatrice Takash President . ......... Vice President Secretary ....... .......... J une Shaffer Secretary .......... Treasurer ...... ...... D olores Steibly Treasurer ....... ROOM 214--MISS ANNA ROSE MORACA President .......... ............ J ohn Tsantes President .............. Vice President ..... ......... P aul Turner Vice President ..... Secretary .......... ....... L ovenia Victor Secretary ........... Treasurer ...... ...... J ulia Woloshyn Treasurer .... .......Noreen Komar . .... ...Laura Johnston .......William Locke .............AndreW Matanin . ...... Rose Ann Morocco . ....... Isabelle Mouganis ..........Daniel Pawlak ...............Jack Repas Christine Paplomatis ...Margaret Rombold .......June Shaffer .............Andy Stofan .......Mildred Schmidt .........Dolores Steibly .......Russe1l Williams ...........Louis Zicker .......Mildred Wagner .........Julia Woloshyn CLASS OF 1945 ,'i X -7 V, g,1,.1,l!r,X YJ . ffl-q'vl 7 H 9- -,full IV 4 1 I MCL M C7 'X ,XJLLLTCA " 26-A f 2 -f ROOM 202 MISS ANNE GOJDICS First Row: Irene Bosak, Mary Ann Baran, Lorraine Beane, Bertha Alli, Jennie Buccino, Alfreda Bucholz, Jennie Amico, Charlotte Amico, Anita Bertelli. Second Row: Violet Antonino, Anne Blasko, Estelle Biga, Chester Borawski, Fred Bencivengo, Kathryn Bastecky, Kathryn Asafaylo, Edna Pearl Brauchle, Adeline Bousiges, Howard Broadway. - Third Row: Ruby Boles, Rosa Armstrong, Paul Blastos, Anthony Bronich, Shirley Bruce, Katharine Alston, Glen Brown, Andrew Barth, Dolores Bucy. Fourth Row: Michael Branzovich, VVilliam Amos, Thomas Atkinson, Paul Ballish, Mike Bralich, John Bralich, Frank Bruce, Steve Barth, Alex Alter, Ronald Bishop, Anthony Barber. ROOM 203 MR. ANTHONY PINTAR First Row: Alice Charriere, Jennie Chieffo, Mary Buzzeo, Mary Demico, Yvette Charriere. Armenia DePascal, Eleanor Denis, Theresa DeMarco. Second Row: Jack Davis, Angeline Cella, James Callahan, Sylvia Capozzoli, Frank DeSantis, Thomas Covington, David Campman. Third Row: John Depreta, Anthony DeChristopher, William Caputo, Jacqueline Cowdrey, Veronica Butchko, Bernice Dizdar, Anthony Celenzi, William Cairey. Fourth Row: Patsy DeCarmen, Mark Deronja, Norman Cheeks, George Danos, Alexander Costar, Edward D'0nofrio, Carl Cilas. xy, . -x...,, 19.74 f ,i ' 4' ' .ng ..,. M rj, A .f',, ' ,QM ' -fur 1 11 U - mm , .nm Y .f,..1:Y.,,..,-:seen ' mein-me v-mwa:,wmma.r 1- 1 1 1 1 gi F. ff' P X J M ff -,fa ,, W! . ky J ?',' rw Ykr 5 M ,rf-5' 2" K .-.fi . Xl, 1:4 " 'L 4, 'C-ld. Tw . T' Q, My QS fy WW , CLASS OF 1945 ROOMS 204, 206, 207 I v,f,. f 3 P I 4 N' ff Qgfg 1 , 1 .mnsl - I ll r ll I I I if W 4. Y' I I W CLASS OF 1945 ROOM 204 MISS MARY BROWN First Row: Pearl June Fowler, Alice Gunther, Leah Drivere, Jennie Giuseffi, Eliza- beth Gustas, Rose Gutierrez, Elsie Mae Frank, Gloria Grande, Marion Geimano. Second Row: Minnie Ganzy, Harrietite Gelber, Gertrude Grzeszczak, Camille Gross- man, Margaret Grega, Helen Fall, Marie Falconi, Rose Facko, Betty Grande. Third Row: Clara Guanciale, Rose Gagliardi, Lena Gagirica, Margaret Grgurich, Eleanor Furlan, George Dunn, Gerald Crago. Fourth Row: Wilford Hammond, Thomas Gray, Mario Formichella, Andrew Dudash, Nickolas Evanchan, George Fetsko, Frederick Frado, Harold Folsome, Jack Geuss. ROOM 206 MISS LOUISE JOHNSTON First Row: June Lewis, Mildred Kochis, Mary Karidis, Steve Kacerski, Arlene King, Dorothy Karney, Florence Lenzi, Audrey Kretchek, Theressa Laslow. Second Row: Audrey Lewis, Betty Jane Latsko, Violet Koluncich, Cecelia Kutcher, Barbara Karlovich, Lois Henderson, Elizabeth James, Claraissa Haun, Alice Korab. Third Row: Dorothy James, Catherine Jankovich, Doris Liener, Ray Hoguc, William Kohut, William Hnida, Helen Karabincik, Ann Hurayt, John Jeiinek. Fourth Row: Leo Joseph, Casimir Kuncio, Frank Kozar, Simon Harukal, Joseph Klutcher, Charles Kohut, John Janosky, Henry Kowalczyk, Thomas Leonard, John Harakal. ROOM 207 MISS OLGA GOJDICS ' First Row: Genevieve Messina, Mary Mikulas, Catherine Najdusak, Mary Louise Mercurio, Lena Miletta, Christine Morocco, Mary McBriar, Antoinette Musial. Second Row: Dorothy Napierkosky, Jennie Lorenzo, Pauline Mankas, Marie Man- cini, Erma Mohney, Ralph Martino, Frank McCroy, Joseph Marenovich. Third Row: Edward Marks, Rudolph Morocco, Fred Miller, William Mastoris, Danny Mastrian, Jack Morrison, William Lombardo. Fourth Row: Walter Machuga, William Miles, Steve Lucas, James Mack, Frank Kramer, Levan McKay, James McCauley. 1 1. fbe. 0,211 32323 I' f" 1 4 A, n QJJJ-f ,-'x rr X J ,, .gf 'I CLASS OF.-1945 .' Q-'Q ROOMS 208, 217, 223 ,IY2 ld - ' . 256 of Egg, ij 2""'EY Q14 IW 4 v'fM fl fs' f ' .fl nn W K4 A , H Ax' , CLASS OF 1945 ROOM 208 MISS BESSIE HUMMER First Row: Albert Phillips, Frank Reardon, Betty Prizant, Rose Rosati, Estelle Nogay, Frances Palermo, Betty Pilipovich, Antoinette Piciacchio. Second Row: Lawrence Roseboro, Joseph Perriello, Louis Piciacchio, Jerry Ring, Mary Nawrocki, Marie Robinson, Helen Pipicelli, Matilda Nathan, Delores Ondich. Third Row: Ronald Prezioso, Daniel Roskos, Charles Prochenets, Joseph Palik, Roy Paulson, Albert Rock, Rudolph Radasevich, Edward Palmer. Fourth Row: Byron Patron, Leonard Paulits, Adam Pochal, Russell Phillips, Alonzo Owens, Anthony Perell, Michael Passaro, Edward Nicastro. ROOM 217 MR. CHARLES SNYDER First Row: James Serrian, Carmen Sarcinella, Phyllis Scott, Viola Steward, Aurora Somatican, Mildred Sutton, Ida Steele, Jeane Serrian, Second Row: Eugene Scharville, Anne Sarsan, Mary Skiljo, Bernice Scurry, Cath- erine Sponberger, Celestine Stefanick, June Schuster. Third Row: Andrew Simonik, Edward Stanek, La Vida Sturgis, Pauline Silvestros, Rose Skibo, Helen Sitar, Pauline Skubish, Annette Stepanchak. Fourth Row: Frank Steele, Dan Shapona, Paul Sremcich, Joseph Stroma, Robert Sherwood, Robert Schuster, James Stabile. ROOM 223 MISS ELEANOR MCDOUGALL First Row: Helen Trozzo, Catherine Zupo, Amareliss Yakell, Helen Telega, Cath- erine Thomas, Dorothy Takash, Frances Yurcich, Delores Takash. Second Row: Rose Zarella, Catherine Tatusko, Sandra Tona, Mary Testa, Myrdis Thomas, Rita Testasecca, Lydia Zahariou. Third Row: Grace Zikmund, Ernestine Zappa, John Yohman, Raymond Zickar, Bernard Wachter, Alfred Viselli, Guido Zupo. Fourth Row: Louis Vuich, Joseph Volansky, William Varro, Edward Thomas, Alex- ander Wojdanoski, Joseph Trotta, Dominic Zarella, Cyril Wasko. First -...Mps.,-.,..t-1:se-any-4:-.-1-2:-Mfwwvfaff-S-., .w Hs: ,Wu-1-V SOPHOMORE HOME ROOM OFFICERS President ................... . ........ Norman Cheeks Vice President ...... ...... R aymond Zickar Secretary ............ .................. R ose Facko Advisor ....... ....... M r. Angelo Grande Semester Second Semester ROOM 202-MISS ANNE GOJDICS President . ................. Katherine Asafaylo Vice President Secretary ............. 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Vice President Secretary .......... Treasurer . ...... President ............. Vice President Secretary ............ Treasurer ......... President .......... Vice President Secretary . ......... Treasurer ...... ..........Betty Latsko ., .... Violet Koluncich .. , ...... .,.. J une Lewis President ............ Vice President ...............Minnie Ganzy Treasurers ........ A Secretary ........... LOUISE JOHNSTON President ............. Vice President .... Secretary ....... Treasurer .....,... . ROOM 207-MISS OLGA GOJDICS ........William Mastoris .,...William Lombardo , .......... Mary Mikulas ....,.Genevieve Messina President ........... Vice President Secretary ....... . .........,......Mary M1kulasfA ..........Ronald Bishop .......Yvette Charriere ........James Callahan ......David Campman .....Veronica Butchko .......,.......Rose Facko ...Nickolas Evanchan Dudush and F. Frado ......Violet Koluncich ...........John Jelinek ........Joseph Klutcher .........Mary Karidis .......Philip McDonald .. .. ,... ...Claude McCoy Treasurer .................. Genevieve Messina ROOM 208-MISS BESSIE HUMMER ...........Joseph Periello ...Rudolph Radasevich ........Betty Pilipovich ......,.....Byron Patron ROOM 2 1 7-MR. ......Robert Sherwood ........James Serrian ........June Schuster President .................. Rudolph Radasevich Vice President .......... Charles Prochenets Secretary ............. ........ B etty Pilipovich Treasurer ................ ......... B yron Patron CHARLES SNYDER President .............. ........ J ames Serrian Vice President ..... ........ R obert Schuster Secretary ........... ......Bernice Scurry ......LaVida Sturgis Treasurer .........LaVida Sturgis ROOM 223-MISS ELEANOR McDOUGALL ..........Lydia Zahariou President ........................Raymond Zickar ......Bernard Wachter Vice President .............Sandra Tona ........Frances Yurcich Secretary ........Grace Zikmund ........,.Sandra Tona Treasurer .........Lydia Zolnier s ' x - xwif 'lyk- : Vik 'Y EG- ' g' R2 - L 5 23 x ,. V fy a . A V "W :fi in nf. 1 C , W f hu! V ' 3, ZX 2 W wb X .XY 4 'RX .gg-AQ! ' L ,Q t ff , N, k I 3 Q .4Q'?'QFf Cqx I 55 lf r 4 3 f 1- f ,, , f 2 Q x- Q 5 W 1 if f e 5 i , 4 '. ,,, Q y ,4 2 5-X 'mx f ew gif 5 ,x f2f Q 111 Qgf g 5 'Wi :naw ' 1 J ,X S511 i 2 5 ,V ..' fEs,i f ,x ggi ' N fi Za, F, T755 !- 1' ' A R f : A W9 w w , W ,QSO al X 2- 'L Q N-4 . I 1 ,mf ' Vu. SHAPONR ' 4 rf' I 1 J' ff 1 .f . " 5 f 1 .. 2 w -, .Y 4- A , a .zz r' 3 .i - 4' . 2 KK ' 'V ,f fl Il 9 2 " E ' 1, f ., :xx Q, J,irf'3'.'3 iff ' 3' 'I f , .,..' ,,n.-'Wes ', 2" fm: If grin. , . 4: la 'iF P r i 1 Mildred L. Adamchick Ora Jean Adams Ida Agostino Shirley I. Albert Paul G. Andrews Dorothy Mae Androsco Marie I. Avril Elmer E. Babos Eleanore P. Bacon George Balach Mildred Banjak Bronko T. Barr Anne Marie Basteeky Frances Bater Eugene Beehtold Anthony Bencivengo Mary Jane Bertelli Anthony Biblis Mary Ann Bilich Frank Billak James Blackwell William Blair Mike Blasko Geneva Boatner Elinor Bobby Mariella Bobby Selma Bohn Charles Borawski John A. Bosco John A. Bresky Mary Lois Brown Gertrude May Buckalew Frances Bullock 'A DeEtta Mae Burt Michael Cagno Ira Camp Phyllis Capozzoli Paula Capson Paul Carley Andrew Chintella Grace Christello Peter Christie Julia Christoif Helen Cioca Tessabelle C,o'le Joseph Contieclli Mary Crisan Theresa Cristelli Ethel Currie Rose Darlington Hattie Belle Davis James Davis June Davis Robert Day Robert DcBonis Anthony DeCarmine Antionette DeGennaro Lucy Demico Lucille Dickman Lois Donaldson William Doyle Doris Dresch CLASS ROLL OF 1942 Theresa Dudash Anthony Duieh Carl Duleba Dale Dunkerley Cashmere Dyll Anthony Falconi Doris Fasser Irene Fencyk John Ference Anne Figura Helene Fill Dolores Firlit Michael Flack Paul Flint Mary Flynn Thelma Folsome Casimer Furmichella Irene Franczek Steve Frank Garmela Gabriel Jacqueline Gatet Helen Geiak Mary Geletka Alfred Giuseffi Joseph Gladys Frances Golub Donald Grande Eugene Greco Cecilia Habarka Eleanore Haniak Perle Hausman Harold Henning Alfred Hesko Emil Hohoi Irene Horner Inez Icetty Carrie Belle Jackson Isabelle Jager Rachel James Conrad Joseph Andrew Juback Casimer Kacerski Irene Kaliney Robert Kaliney Rose Kaliney Ann Karol Sophie Katakowski Herbert Katilus George Kerlek Albert Klotz Anna Klutcher Mary Kocis Pauline Kohut Mary Komar Rose Komar Rudolph Kosiba Tillie Kosiorek Joseph Kovac Jeanne Kozar Catherine Krantz Adam Krukar Helen Kushner Joseph Kushner Marian Lacich Lucille Lafayette Martha Leunis Peggy Leyshoek Sander Liener Wilma Lindway Edalena Lipak Edward Lobkowicz Unofrio Lombardo Connie Lorenzo Olga Lubinsky Helen Lucas Anne Lucic Ladislav Lupcho Elsie Madura Agnes Malgieri Martha Malinoski Rosalie Mankas Dorothy Marenchin Leticia Margiean Leroy Marsteller Jack Martin Walter Martini Virginia Mastrian Lena. Mazzotti Mildred McCoy Ellag McKay Paul Meleky Katherine Mihailovich Goldie Mikulin Stanley Milankovich Joseph Molinari Yolanda Monteson Gasper Morocco George Morrison John Mouganis Albert Mrozek Frances Mularski Stella Musial Ralph Napolitan Thomas Nevant James Norris Anne Paczak Leo Palumbo Nellie Perill Anthony Peruzzi Aurelius Petrick John Petrillo Mario Piciacehio Vera Pilipivich Enis Pilone Rose Pipicelli Elizabeth Pisegna Mary Popp Gabriel Pruent Stephen Radasevich Margaret Reda Nina Reda Quentin Ray Reddinger Dorothy Remp Ruth Etta Riffer Ellis Robinson Dorothy Rock Edward Rock Elmer Rodgers Albert Rogan Ruth Rosenberg Louis Rosenblum Lucille Rosenbluni Richard Ruby Joseph Rupert Marilyn Sabo Vardina Sanitatc Paul Santell Anthony Sarcinclla Mildred Sarsan Elmer Scanlon Samuel Schermer Eda Schon Carmella Scibelli Henry Shadley Joseph Shadley Agnes Skladanek Margaret Skubish Mary Slivka Peggy Lou Smith William Smith Norman Solomon Jeanne Songer Margaret Surokach Catherine Sostarich Tony Spanos Marie Stabile Harry Staul Catherine Stawaisz Betty Stefanak Frances Stefanowicz Stella Stefanowicz George Stiftinger Alexander Swiecinski Helen Szabo Florence Tataseo Mary Tatusko Roy Thut Angeline Tomich Mary Tota Anna Trotta Ruby Truesdale Helen Tsantes Edward Turosky Joseph Validzich Edward Vanecak Louis Vellente Calvin Vermeire Joseph Viselli Madeleine Vranges Robert Wachter Albert Wasko Harold Weiser Inez Wetherstein Lois Williams Marion Yacullo Michael Yurich Dominic Zarella Michael Zolnier HONOR STUDENTS LENA MAZZOTTI WILMA M. LINDWAY GEORGE A. STIFTINGER Valedictorian Salutatorian American Legion American Legion Award Medal Award Medal CLASS OF 1942 - HONOR STUDENTS Lena Mazzotti Rosalie Mankas Irene Horner Wilma M. Lindway Marie Stabile Samuel Schermer Goldie Mikulin Lucille Rosenblum Stella Musial Louis Rosenblum Olga Lubinsky Jacqueline Gatet COMMENCEMENT AWARDS Salutatorian ................ Wilma Lindway Li. G. Balfour Company Medal Valedictorian ................ Lena Mazzotti L. G. Balfour Company Medal Science Award .......... Louis Rosenblum The Bausch and Lomb Medal CLASS OF 1942 OFFICERS President .......................................... John Petrillo Vice President ...... ...... E ugene Greco Secretary ............ ................. G oldie Mikulin Class Historian ...... ..........,.......... L ena Mazzotti Class Advisor ...,.. ....... M iss Esther A. B. Zentz CLASS FLOWER CLASS MOTTO CLASS COLORS Red Rose "Be Prepared" Blue and White 1 3 wa-g,w.c.1-fra... ..' -,,-,..q ,I-af,,ggg,.,-1. .......... ,.- . .W THIRTY-NINTH ANN UAL COMMENCEMENT Thursday Evening, May 28, 1942 PROGRAM Overture-''Lustspiel"4Bela ........................................................ High School Orchestra Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Conducting Processional-"Soldiers' March from Faust"-Gounod ............ High School Orchestra "The Star Spangled Banner"-Key ......................................................... ........ A udience James W, Dunlop, Director of Music, Conducting Invocation .... .................................................. T he Reverend H. L. Porterlield Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church Y KK ' Y! s -5 Chlldfen of the Moon -Warren ,................... ....... ....... G ' 1' Ch ongs l"Angels of Mercy"-Berlin If S orus Miss Helena Spisak, Conducting Brass Sextet-"Moods" ......................... ...............,................................. B orowski First Cornet4James Roseboro Baritone-William Armour Second Cornet-John Capson Trombone-Calvin Vermeire French Horn-Paul Turner Tuba-Elmer Babos Trombone Solo-"The Holy City"--Adams ....,...............,........ ....... C alvin Vermeire Ronald Secovitch, Accompanist Introduction of the Speaker .................................................... ........ C arroll D. Kearns Superintendent of Schools "Our American Heritage" .............,.......................... The Honorable George H. Rowley Judge of Mercer County Court, President, Thiel College Clarinet Solo-"Serenade and Polonaise"-Missud ................ . ..... Ralph Napolitan Ronald Secovitch, Accompanist Double Bass Solo-"Caballero"-Merle ....................................,. ........ E ugene Greco Mary Louise Gutierrez, Accompanist Presentation of the Class ......................................................... ........ I V. R. Anderson Senior High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas: Introductory Remarks ................................................ ..... fl arroll D. Kearns Superintendent of Schools Presentation .... ........................................................................... A nthony Tortorete President of the Board of Education Awarding of Prizes ..... .......................................................... ....... W . R. Anderson Senior High School Principal Recessional-"Romaine"-Gounod ....... ..... ........ H i gh School Orchestra vac swxoomfx 'iff I cxlflx x afiizzf J ATHLETIC DIRECTORY ATHLETIC COUNCIL W. R. ANDERSON RALPH E. DRESCH President Secretary-Treasurer' CARROLL D. KEARNS ANTHONY TORTORETE DR. L. R. LANDAY LEE ROY P. DAY TUDOR E. LEWIS ANTHONY PAULEKAS ROY DCBRAKELEER COACHES COACH LEE ROY P. DAY COACH TUDOR E. LEWIS COACH ANTHONY PAULEKAS Football Basketball Wrestling COACH VAUGHN WAGNER COACH CHARLES SNYDER Assistant Football Coach Basketball Reserves HELEN LYNCH JOSEPH TOMMINS Intramural Sports Intramural Sports 1942 FOOTBALL SEASON SEPTEMBER 11, 1942 GREENVILLE SCORE 7-0 Under the co-captaincy of James Basilone and Albert Nicastro, the Night Riders inaugurated their 1942 football season by recording a 7-0 victory over a hard-fighting Greenville eleven. The contest was typical of a first season game with considerable loose play and fumbling on the part of both teams. The lone score in the contest came when Hector Morocco smashed across from the Trojan three-yard line. Phillip Chiappianella then kicked the extra point. The tally followed a 75 yard Farrell march from their own 25-yard line. In the final stanza the Trojans battled desperately for a score but were held in check by the smooth functioning Farrell defense. The game ended with the ball in Farrell's possession on the Trojan 14-yard line. SEPTEMBER 18, 1942 ELLWOOD CITY SCORE 6-26 The Night Riders suffered their first defeat of the season when the Ellwood City Wolverines turned back the locals, 26-6, before 4,000 football fans at Lincoln' Stadium, on September 18. The score does not indicate the even calibre of the two teams. Nine fumbles by Farrell during the game contributed to the four Wolverine touchdowns. Farrell could score only once against their powerful opponents. It came when Thomas Adams caught a 14-yard pass from Hector Morocco on his own 47 and galloped the remaining 53 yards for the touchdown. Phillip Chiappianella failed to make a placement try for the cxtra point. SEPTEMBER 25, 1942 YOUNGSTOWN WOODROW WILSON SCORE 0-7 Still licking the wounds of their defeat with Ellwood City, Farrell met its second consecutive defeat, 7-0 against a bigger, more experienced Woodrow Wilson Eleven at the Farrell Athletic Field. Through a fumble by Hector Morocco and three suc- cessful plays by Grybos and Kuchmaner, the Wilson team scored their only touch- down in the second period. The Night Riders had two chances in the first period to score but penalties and fumbles interrupted. Once, when they were on the Wilson 4-yard line and the other, when Chiappianella, Farrell left tackle, intercepted the ball on the Night Riders' 20. The victors were 1942-1943 Youngstown City Cham- p1ons. OCTOBER 2, 1942 SHARPSVILLE SCORE 48-0 The Night Riders rolled up seven touchdowns and six extra points as they downed the Sharpsville Blue Devils, 48-0, in the twentieth meeting between the two schools on October 2, at the Farrell Athletic Field. Scoring in every quarter, the Niglht Riders smooth functioning attack could not be stopped. Players who took part in the scoring follow: Hector Morocco, James Basilone, Robert Trombacco, Steve Sken- drovich, Larry Bettua, Albert Nicastro, Frank Bruce, Andrew Skody, Thomas Adams, and Phillip Chiappianella. OCTOBER 9, 1942 NEW CASTLE SCORE 12-33 "General" Robert Lee and Russ Currie paced a rebounding New Castle eleven to a 33-12 victory over a hard fighting, but bewildered Farrell team before 8,000 fans at Taggart Stadium on October 9. Striking with the speed of lightning, the Red Hurricane built up a substantial lead in the first half which was difficult for the Night Riders to overcome in the second half. Farrell's two touchdowns came on passes to Steve Skendrovich and James Smith. a:mvQ5i'?E5n'it!E-:gE.7x3-2F-LbZ:h:-1.'i!a1 13f:5'ub.?1.2'.n2m 1942 FOOTBALL SEASON OCTOBER 16, 1942 AKRON GARFIELD SCORE 28-0 The stalwart men from Farrell upset a favored Akron Garfield eleven, 28-0, in the Night Riders' Homecoming contest on October 16. Bill Mack, Hector Morocco, and Thomas Adams played brilliant ball as they helped to down the defending Akron City Champions. Mack netted two of the longest runs of the year when he galloped 55 and 52 yards respectively on two different occasions. The only safety of the year was recorded in the final period by the Farrell subs. OCTOBER 23, 1942 MEADVILLE SCORE 37-12 Farrell's revamped team showed tremendous improvement in strength and ver- satility in their game with Meadville. The Night Riders scored by air, power, and long runs. Farrell's first six pointer came when Trombacco caught a pass from Mack and ran 15 yards for a touchdown. By recovering a fumble made by Morocco, Mack recorded the second six pointer. Meadville's first score came by way of an 80-yard march, climaxed by a six-inch plunge by Winiecki. Bruce thrilled the specta- tors by plunging for Farrell's third touchdown. Chiappianella made the only extra point of the evening. Through a recovered fumble by Adams, Basilone was able to run 17 yards to make the score, 25-6. Then Frank Bruce released a sensational 74- yard run to push the score up six points more. Smith featured the next time Farrell was in possession of the ball by sprinting 43 yards for another touchdown. The entire Farrell squad was outstanding in their game against Meadville. OCTOBER 30, 1942 SHARON SCORE 7-6 Before a record crowd of 10,000 fans, in the renewal game of football rivalry, the Farrell Night Riders defeated the Sharon Tigers, 7-6. In the first forty seconds of play, Farrell made its first and only score when Morocco grabbed a Sharon pass and raced 43 yards for a touchdown. Chiappianella successfully kicked for the extra point. Sharon's score came in the last few minutes of the second period. Mack fumbled and the ball was recovered by Valentino. Then Bill Stratter threw a beautiful pass to Valentino over the goal line. Short's try for the extra point was wide, leaving the score 7-6. The Night Rider line was sensational and James Basilone handled the game expertly from his position. Bill Mack was the speedster of the evening, while the work of Connie DeCapua and Albert Nicastro was impressive. NOVEMBER 13, 1942 OIL CITY SCORE 13-0 Battling through the first big snow of the season, pushing cars up the hills and out of the ditches, the Farrell squad arrived at the Oil City Field at 10 p. m. The Night Riders racked up their fourth consecutive win as they defeated the Oil City Oilers, 13-0, on an icy and snow covered field. Farrell's first score came in the sec- ond quarter by way of a 19 yard run around right end by Owens. Bruce made the extra point. Farrell's second score came in the final stanza when the Night Riders marched 55 yards and Mack plunged across from the one-yard line. As a fitting climax to a brilliant season, the Farrell Night Riders were awarded the District 10 gridiron championship at the conclusion of the season. Coach Day's boys, who played with matchless spirit and determination all year, ended their season with a record of sixleague victories and no defeats for the best season recorded in the district. The three losses in the schedule were administered by non-league rivals. It is the first time in the history of the school that Farrell officially captured the converted District 10 crown in football. September September September October October October October October November 1942 FOOTBALL SEASON FOOTBALL RECORD Greenville .......... At Ellwood City Woodrow Wilson Sharpsvllle ........... At New Castle ..... ...... Akron Garielcl Meadville ........ At Sharon ...... At Oil City ...... Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell 1942 FOOTBALL SEASON SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS I P First Row: Steve Skendrovich, Ray Elia, George Ondich, Andrew Skody, Connie DeCapua, Albert Nicastro, Joseph Bencivengo, Phillip Chiappianella, Paul Russell, Thomas Adams. Second Row: Rudolph Prezioso, Robert Trombacco, James Basilone, Hector Morocco, James Alter, William Mack. A ,-NJ! vi' FOOTBALL SQUAD Q 'f ay' First Row: Paul Russell, Ray Elia, Rudolph Prezioso, Phillip Chiappianella, Thomas Adams, Joseph Bencivengo, Robert Trombacco, Connie DeCapua, James Basilone, Albert Nicastro, Hector Morocco, Andrew Skody, William Mack, James Alter, George Ondich, Steve Skendrovich. Second Row: John Tota, Edward Nicastro, Norman Cheeks, John Bralich, Arthur DeBonis, William Caputo, Fred Fredo, Alonzo Owens, Russell Phillips, Sam Miletta, Louis Zickar, Alex Boroly, Larry Bettua, Paul Paglia, Lawrence Napol- itan, John Conticelli. Third Row: Anthony Barber-assistant manager, John DeFio-assistant manager, John Schuster, James Smith, Frank Bruce, Harry Boatner, James Mack, William Satterwhite, Patsy Christello, Charles Mather, Joseph Weitzen, Harry Caminiti- senior manager, Jack Hanley-trainer, Frank Szabo-trainer. 1942 FOOTBALL SEASON Thomas Adams James Alter James Basilone Josfph Bcncivcngo Phillip Chiappianella Conrad DeCap1:a Harry Larry Bettua Alex Bordy FOOTBALL LETTERMEN SENIORS Raymond Elia Floyd Jackson William Mack Hector Morocco Albert Nicastro George Ondich MANAGERS Caminit! LETTERMEN Frank Bruce Norman Cheeks Rudolph Prezioso Paul Russell Steve Skendrovich Andrew Skody Robert Trombacco Jack Hanley Samuel Miletta Louis Zickar 1943 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE With an F With an A With With an R With an E With an E,L-L F-A-R 311 September 10 ..... ...... G reenville September 17 ..... ..... E llwood City September 24 ..... ..... A t Meadville October 1 .... ........... S harpsville October 8 .... ...... A t New Castle October 16 .... .... A kron Kenmore October 22 .... ............ O il City October 29 ....... ....... S haron CHEERS F-A-R-R-E-L-L Yeah Farrell Beat ..............ti... 1-.Oil S T -E E L E R S S-T-E-E-L-E-R-S SAT-E-E-L-E-R-S STEELE RS ! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Farrell! Farrell! Fight! Fight! Fight! ,Fightl Farrell! Farrell! Yeah Farrell, Fight! Yeah Farrell Hear Our cry v 1 V -elf-L,-T-O-R-Y Victory! .....0-T 1-2+3--4 Who for? What for? Farrell! .3-2-1-4 HOMECCMING QUEENS -cr Creating a beautiful scene with their vari-colored gg the Homecoming Queens and their attendants were hon mony at half time in the Farrell-Akron Garfield game. Bronich, Junior Queen Marguerite Elia and Sophomore Q crowned queens by Peter Carine, president of the Senior Anne Pillar, Plaeide Broderick, Anne Mastrian, Vivienne Polly Paulekas, Shelly Thomas, and Charleen Greenberg Shaffer, and Mary were crownbearers. CHEER LEADERS Jenny Gladys, Neil Caputo, Irene Kovack, Jerry Tallarico, and Jean deserve much credit for their work as cheer leaders. owns and individual beauty, ored in an impressive cere- Senior Queen Rose Marie ueen Camille Grossman were Hi-Y. The attendants were Horzich. Serrian ALMA MATER SONGS THE BIG TEAM SONG Cheer the gold, cheer the blue, For the team that's always true We are singing our victory song. Play the game fair and square, Fight to win, to do an d dare, Watch the big team go rolling along. CHORUS For it's Farrell's day, And we all are on our way, Lift up your voices loud and strong. In every sort of game, It will ever be the same, For the big team goes ,gi For our school, we wil Keep her colors clean rolling along. l fight. and bright. We are singing our victory song. Every man gets a cheer. Do your best, the victory's near, Watch the big team go rolling along. ....-04... Hail to the blue and gold, Hail ever hail. Thy sons with voices bold Thee ever hail. Our hearts will always be Loyal and true, Hail ever hail to thee Our gold and blue. CHEER, CHEER FOR OLD FARRELL HI Cheer, cheer for old Farrell Hi! We're out to beat you, at least to try. We've got spirit in our cheers, We're all good sports and have no fears. Our girls are cheering, so are our boys. We have our sorrows, we have our joys, While our loyal team fights onward, Onward to victory, Rah! Rah! Rah! .0-, FARRELL HIGH SCHOOL Farrell High School, Farrell High School, To thee we belong. We are for thee, We adore thee, Stalwart, staunch, and Fight! Fight! Fight! Farrell High School, Farrell High School, Colors gold and blue, strong. School days with world's of friendship, We love you. Rah! Rah! Rah! :uni VARSITY BASKETBALL AT THE SHARON-FARRELL GAMES-BUY WAR BONDS! VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Victor Danilov, Thomas Adams, Robert Tromlzaceo, Steve Skendmvich. Phillip Chiappianella. Second Row: Leroy Ganzy. William Ford, Jack Geuss, John Tsantes. Philip Tizio, Paul Russell. Leonard Kaletka. Third Row: Coach Tudor Lewis, Senior Manager Edward Hoagland. l943 BASKETBALL SEASON Opening' another season under the helm of Coach Tudor Lewis, the Farrell High Steelers started on the right foot by downing Youngstown W'oodrow Wilson, 43-25, on the local court. With dead-eye Phil Chiappianella leading' the way, the Blue and Gold jumped to a 10-5 lead in the first quarter. As the game progressed, the margin of victory gradually increased until everyone on the bench saw action. Playing their first game away from home, the Lewismen barely eked out a 24-22 win over New Castle. With the contest tied almost continually, it wasn't until the closing minutes of the game that Farrell was able to pull away from the Lawrence County boys. Tom Adams, Bob Trombacco, and Steve Skendrovich stood out for the Steelers. The Farrell Steelers captured their first Mercer County Basketball League victory of the season when they turned back the Greenville Trojans, 314-14, on the Farrell hardwood. Presenting a stubborn defense that Greenville was never really able to penetrate, the locals had an easy night of it. Victor Danilov and Steve Skendrovich had eight points apiece for the Steelers. f 4 VARSITY BASKETBALL With Victor Danilov scoring 19 and Steve Skendrovich 16 points respectively, the Farrell Steelers walloped the Grove City Eagles, 47-23, at Farrell. In scoring their second straight county win, the Steelers couldn't be stopped. Bob Trombacco again played a splendid defensive game, preventing many possible Grove City scores under the hoop. Playing the best cage team in the city of Akron at that time, the Steelers handed Akron Kenmore a stunning 31-23 defeat in a Christmas vacation contest. Although they didn't play their usual brand of steady ball, the Lewismen had no trouble in scoring their Hfth consecutive triumph. Skendrovich and Danilov were high for the locals. The Alumni could not keep the pace of their younger opponents, thus the stars of former days were trounced, 35-19, by the Farrell High varsity. Composed mostly of last year's stellar varsity five, the Alumni showed that they still could give any team a good run for its money. Victor Danilov with 15 markers led the victors. Playing a brilliant and smooth brand of basketball, the Farrell Steelers handed the Warren, Ohio, Presidents their first defeat of the current season, 58-34, on the local court. Displaying their best form of the year, the Lewismen took a commanding lead in the first quarter and kept it throughout the remainder of the contest. Sken- drovich tallied 22 points and Danilov 19 as the Steelers won their seventh straight. Coach Tudor Lewis' proteges had to go all out as they nosed out Campbell Memorial, 29-23, in a rough and tumble contest on the Farrell court. Held scoreless for the only time this year in the first quarter, the Steelers rallied to take a 13-10 lead at half time. As in previous contests, Danilov and Skendrovich were the leading scorers. The Steelers scored their ninth straight victory by defeating Hickory, 37-18, in a tough contest on the Farrell hardwood. It was a close game until the final stanza when the Lewismen began to hit the hoop with some regularity. Victor Danilov spearheaded the drive by scoring 19 points. The Sharpsville Blue Devils held the Farrell Steelers momentarily in the first quarter, but from then on it was practically a rout, with Farrell eventually winning 43-25. The Lewismen recorded 21 field goals in turning in their tenth win of the year. Skendrovich had 13 points and Danilov scored 12 markers to feature the point-makers. Rolling up the largest score in the history of the school, the Steelers shellacked the Mercer Mustangs, 66-22, at the county seat gym. After the team led 59-15 at the conclusion of the third quarter, Coach Lewis inserted his subs who continued to pile up the score. Skendrovich, Danilov, and Trombacco were the luminaries in the victory. Grove City became the first team to fall before the Steel-ers twice in the same season when they lost 42-19 to the Blue and Gold cagers. With every man on the squad seeing action, the Lewismen had little difficulty in recording their twelfth con- secutive win. Danilov and Skendrovich, the county's leading scorers, paced the attack by scoring 28 points between them. The Farrell High Steelers assumed sole possession of first place in the Mercer County Basketball League by trouncing Sharon, 26-24, before a record-breaking crowd of 3,300 fans at the Farrell gym. Gaining an early lead, the local cagers fought off a desperate last minute rally by the stubborn Sharon quintet to score victory number 13. It was the mighty right arm of Victor Danilov that gave the Steelers Victory, as he tossed in 17 markers. A hard-fighting Hickory Hornet quintet fell 46-26 before the well-balanced attack of the Farrell Steelers at the township court. Leading 24-7 at half time, the Lewismen coasted to victory in the second half. Chiappianella and Adams were out- standing in their fioor play while Danilov had 13 points to head the individual scorers. The Bradford Owls sufered their first defeat in nine games when the Farrell Steelers walloped the previously undefeated up-state five, 47-20, at Bradford. Lanky Steve Skendrovich tallied 20 points to lead the scoring parade. The entire squad was superb in its display of offensive and defensive power. Bradford lost only one game in two years before falling before the locals. The defeat was handed them by Sharon in the state playoffs last year. S VARSITY BASKETBALL In their last home appearance of the season, the Farrell Steelers ran rings around Mercer as they scored a decisive 48-18 triumph. With everyone getting a chance to perform before the home town crowd for the last time, the Steelers ran away with the Mercer Mustangs. Bob Trombacco and Phil Chiappianella had 10 and 9 points respectively. An inspired Sharon Tiger aggregation played its best ball of the year to defeat the Farrell High cagers, 36-23, in the second meeting between the two schools. The win put the Mercer County Basketball League standings in a two-way tie for first place and gave the Lewismen their first defeat of the current campaign. After trail- ing 8-3 in the early minutes of the game, the Sharon lads stepped up their pace and pulled away to a sizable lead. Tom Adams with six points led the locals. The Farrell Steelers got back on the victory bandwagon by whipping the Sharps- ville Blue Devils, 44-20, on the Blue and White's hardwood. The Lewismen had their hands full during the first quarter, but from that point on the locals were not pressed. In the remaining periods the Steelers scored almost at will as they rolled the score up. Lanky Steve Skendrovich had 14 points to head the scorers. The Farrell Steelers put the Mercer County Basketball League in a two-way tie by defeating Greenville, 49-33, on the Trojan court. The big gun in the Lewis- men's attack was Victor Danilov, who caged 11 field goals and two fouls for 24 points. Thomas Adams and Robert Trombacco also won prominent places in the Steelers' last regular scheduled contest. Farrell High School earned the right to represent Mercer County in the state schoolboy playoffs by defeating Sharon, 35-27, before 4,000 people at Youngstown in the third and deciding game between the two schools. Featuring a tight defense which held Sharon in check throughout the game, the Steelers were never headed. The Tigers failed to score a field goal during the entire first half. Skendrovich had fourteen markers and Danilov eleven for the victors. Coach Tudor Lewis's proteges once again copped the District 10 title as they downed a fast Erie East quintet, 42-25, at Sharon. The team play of the Mercer County Champions reached a new high in the contest. The Erie boys put up a game fight and pressed the Steelers until the dying minutes of the encounter. Skendro- vich again topped the scorers with thirteen points. The game featured the excep- tional good work of the substitutes. A spirited drive in the final quarter netted the Farrell Steelers a thrilling 34-28 victory over a hard-fighting Bradford aggregation at Sharon. After trailing for three periods, the Lewisman turned on the heat in the last stanza to score fourteen points and clinch the contest. The aggressiveness of the Owls cagers gave the locals plenty of trouble all through the game. Robert Trombacco had eight points and Victor Danilov seven to lead the Blue and Gold attack. Again the substitutes pro- vided the needed spark to win. A well-balanced Farrell team showed impressive form as it walloped Johnstown, 51-28, in a regional game on the local court. Gaining an early lead, the Steelers had little trouble in downing the District 6 representatives. An interesting sidelight of the game was the splendid foul shooting of both teams. Victor Danilov paced the Steelers to the win by notching eighteen points. North Braddock Scott found its 25 game winning streak come to an end as the Steelers recorded a brilliant 51-23 win over the WPIAL champions at the Univer- sity of Pittsburgh Stadium. The Blue and Gold cagers won their first Western Penn- sylvania title by virtue of their superior shooting and all-round play. The Scott Raiders were unable to find the range as the locals hurried them on almost all of their shots. Skendrovich had twelve points to spark the Steelers. Farrell's first bid for the state scholastic championship fell short by one point as Lower Merion won the state crown for the third straight year before 10,000 fans at the Palestra in Philadelphia. In losing 29-28, the Steelers were never out of the ball game until the final gun went off. Fighting back and forth for the lead con- tinually, the Lewismen overcame an eight-point deflect in the final quarter to pull the game almost out of the fire. People everywhere in the state acclaimed the Steelers as one of the best teams ever to participate in the state playoffs. Steve Skendrovich led the scorers with ten markers. December December December December December December January January January January January February February February February February February February March L VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Woodrow Wilson .. At New Castle ...... Greenville ........ Grove City ...... Akron Kenmore .... Alumni ....... ...... Warren ...,.............. Campbell Memorial Hickory .....,............ Sharpsville At Mercer ..... . At Grove City ...... Sharon ............ At Hickory ...... At Bradford .,.. Mercer ...... At Sharon ...... At Sharpsville ..,... At Greenville ..... 25 22 14 23 23 19 34 23 18 25 22 19 24 26 20 18 36 20 33 TOURNAMENT Farrell ....., Farrell ...... Farrell ...,.. Farrell .,.... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ....,. Farrell ...... Farrell .,.... Farrell ...... Farrell ....,. Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... Farrell ...... March 10-At Youngstown South High School Field House:- Mercer County Championship ...... Sharon ,... , ....... ,..... March 12-At Sharon High School Gymnasium:- District 10 ...........,.......................... Erie East . .... .... March 16-At Sharon High School Gymnasium:- District 9 ........................................ Bradford .............. March 20-At Farrell Senior High School Gymnasium:- District 6 ........................................ Johnstown ............ March 23-At the University of Pittsburgh Stadium:- Western Pennsylvania .. ................ Scott High ...... March 27-At the Philadelphia Palestraz- Pennsylvania State Title .............. Lower Merion ...... BASKETBALL LETTERMEN Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Farrell Captain Steve Skendrovich Victor Danilov Jack Geuss Captain Robert Trombacco Edward Hoagland, Manager Paul Russell Thomas Adams William Ford Philip Tizio Phillip Chiappianella Leroy Ganzy John Tsantes Leonard Kale-tka 43 24 34 47 31 35 58 29 37 43 66 42 26 46 47 48 23 44 49 35 42 34 51 51 28 D- V, rf First Row: Coach Charles Snyder, Celenzi, Edward Stanek, James William Facko. Second Row: Obie Cricks, VVilliam boro, Levan McKay, Adverdism Joseph Adams, Robert Sherwood, Anthony Callahan. Charles Prochenets, Patsy Christello, Basilone, Anthony LaCamera, Lawrence Rose- Halestock, Frank Petrillo, Raymond Bechtold. Third Row: Norman Cheeks, Simon Harakal, Dominic Za1'ella, William Miles, Mike Bralich, Hairy Boatner, Herbert Speizer. BASKETBALL RESERVES Under the direction of Coach Charles Snyder for the second straight year, the Farrell High School Reserves had a splendid record of nine triumphs and three losses. Unable to find other reserve teams to play early in the season, the locals were forced to play valley independent quintets. After losing two of their first three games, the reserves began to roll, and it wasnlt until Sharon won 34-23 that they tasted defeat again. Because there was no Junior High cage team this year, freshmen composed the majority of the squad for the first time in the history of the school. A number of promising players, who should prove varsity material next season, appeared during the course of the season. December December Deemnber January January January January February February February February February 18 28 31 5 8 12 19 5 9 11 19 26 RESERVES RECORD Fighting Dukes Farrell Steelers Buhl Club ......... Warren .... Campbell .... Hickory ....,. Sharpsville ..... Sharon ........... At Hickory ...... Buhl Club ...... At Sharon ........ At Sharpsville 17 Farrell 28 27 Farrell 24 25 Farrell 24 22 Farrell 37 25 Farrell 32 14 Farrell 37 12 Farrell 15 24 Farrell 39 15 Farrell 45 21 Farrell 32 34 Farrell 23 11 Farrell 29 i GYMNASTIC GROUPS DANCING AND TUMBLING GROUPS GYMNASIUM EXHIBITION APRIL 16, 1943 Baseball Mimetic Drill ......... Senior High Girls Military Drill iwith wandsj .... Junior High Boys Country Dancing .,.............. Junior High Girls Apparatus Skills ,....... Senior High Boys Tap Dance Routine ....... Senior High Girls Dumbbell Drill ......... Junior High Girls Girls Tumbling .... Senior High Girls Tunnel Relay ........ Junior High Boys Indian Club Drill ..... Senior High Girls Boys Tumbling .... Senior High Boys Skaters' Waltz ...... Junior High Girls Victory March ...... Junior High Boys Men in Silver .............. Senior High Boys Mass Exercise Drill ....... Senior High Girls DANCING GROUP Pianist-Helen Bordy Jean Lloyd, Mary Louise Gutierrez, Helen Babos, Betty Hake, Patricia Glover, Ann Botos, Gloria Wagner, Mildred Wagner, Ruth Woods, Jo Ann Tsantes, Irene Furey. TUMBLING GROUP Katherine Bastecky, Myrtle Gibbs, Louise Gabriel. Amareliss Yakell, Marguerite Krantz, Betty Rothenberg, Dorothy Takash, Helen Klutcher. Lorraine Beane, Esther Guanciale, Bertha Alli, Pauline Skubish, Irene Furey, Theresa DeMarco, Barbara Karlovich, Betty Hake, Antoinette Rugierio. Beatrice Takash. TUMBLING GROUP Emil Crisan, Emil Hrivnak, Robert Bastide, Edward Williams, William Zeleh, Harold Wasser, Russell Stepanchak. Cyril Wasko, Paul Alongi, George Ondich, Victor Shapona, Joseph Neiman, Gerald Jones, Frank Kramer. WRESTLING SQUAD First Row: Conrad DeCapua, James Alter, Dominic Russo, Henry Caputo, George Cherhit, Alex Bordy, Joseph Bencivengo. Second Row: Coach Anthony Paulekas, John Bralich, Dominic Zarella, Carl Tralich, Rudolph Prezioso, John Conticelli, Joseph Kardos, Jack Norris. Third Row: Hawdy Prizant, Richard Stahl, Rudolph Radasevich, George Lewis, Fred Bencivengo, Ted Stefanak. WRESTLING For the first time in the history of the school, Farrell High Schoolls wrestling team finished its season with an undefeated record. Three times the grrapplers went to the post, and three times the Blue and Gold representatives came home the victors. Under the direction of Coach Anthony Paulekas, the wrestlers began practice early in December. As each succeeding week rolled by, the grapplers showed more and more promise. Dominic Russo and Henry Caputo were selected co-captains for the year. Other returning lettermen were Hawdy Prizant, Carl Tralich, James Alter and Joseph Bencivengo. More matches were originally scheduled for the grapplers by Faculty Manager Ralph Dresch, but transportation difficulties prevented the squads from making the journeys. The three that were held ended in Farrell victories. Their scores were as follows: Farrell 28, Greenville 11, Farrell 28, Greenville 9g and Farrell 24, Green- ville 18. In the District 10 meet, Farrell placed second to Grove City in the number of boys capturing district honors. The Farrell grapplers who won were Dominic Russo, Hawdy Prizant, and Conrad DeCapua. The team scoring in the District 10 tourna- ment follows: Grove City 4, Farrell 3, Erie Academy 2, and Greenville 2. The 1942-1943 wrestling lettermen were as follows: Domonic Russo, Henry Caputo, Carl Tralich, George Cherhit, James Alter, Joseph Bencivengro, Conrad De- Capua, Hawdy Prizant, Jack Norris, manager. X - ,Tv A F ,Q "W 'Mft I 1 5 Q - X Nu E1 f '-,- ' X-. ' -3 5 i xi! , ?--41440 4' ."6,"e 2 W f v Aly. ,.,, H J qfkzgff , mr ANI-U ,f Q4 Jw ' An- 1 ff., A--'Q 1 11, v-w fgfff 1-A L. 4 8 3 L, , VN 1 1 X 'fin A .gag 1 iff-.. I M A FH- WL ' f-4 ',, X -5, 'fb ffl P ,F X ' QQ ' ffl il' V M ' ' Q C 'K f' X Q ' ' R? ,If JC t Q ' BOOK vu- clfwdze .J FARRELL SCHOOLS ON THE AIR 1942 - 1943 Every Thursday-2:30 to 3:00 P. M.-Station WPIC Broadcast from the Auditorium-Gymnasium of the Farrell Senior High School OCTOBER 15:-"Introducing Our Program" Mr. H. A. Berkowitz, Director of Activities, Panel of Senior High School Students. OCTOBER 22:-"Farrell Schools and the VVar" Mr. C. D. Kearns, Superintendent of Schools Mr. W. R. Anderson, Senior High School Principal Mr. John Hetra, Junior High School Principal Miss Alice Nicolls, Director, Elementary Schools OCTOBER 29:-"Pep and Sportsmanship" Senior High Student Body, Coach Day of Farrell, Coach Stewart of Sharon. NOVEMBER 5:-"Lesson on Brazil" Twelve Grade 5 Students, Pargny Building Miss Margaret Martini, Teacher NOVEMBER 19:-"National Book Week" Twelve Junior High School Students DECEMBER 3:-"A Teacher Looks Back Over One Year Of War" Mr. Harry A. Berkowitz, Teacher DECEMBER 10:-"Tuberculosis Prevention" Group of Junior High Students Mr. George Dvoryak, Teacher DECEMBER 17:-"Story of Silent Night" Eighty Voices, Junior High Girls' Chorus Miss Pauline Haas, Choral Director Drama Students, Senior High School Miss Helen Needham, Teacher JANUARY 14:-"Tales of Courage and Victoryi' Grades 1-6, Elementary School Pupils JANUARY 21:-"Band Concert" Broadcast by Pennsylvania State Music Association's All-State Band during rehearsals for annual concert. JANUARY 28:-"Art and the Warl' Group of Junior High Students Mr. Paul Komar, Junior High Art Instructor FEBRUARY 4:-"Pep and Victory" Senior High Student Body, Coach Lewis of Farrell, Coach Moore of Sharon, Sportswriter Johnny Pepe, Sharon Herald. FEBRUARY 11:-"Consumership and the War" Home Economics Students Miss Irene Petrick, Teacher Appropriate music for each program was furnished by the Senior High School Band, under the direction of Mr. James Dunlop. ALL-STATE BAND CON DUCTORS WILLIAM D. REVELLI Guest Conductor CAPTAIN GEORGE S. HOWARD Guest Conductor JAMES W. DUNLOP Director of Music FARRELL HIGH SCHGOL BAND JAMES VV. DUNLOP, Conductor First Row: Carl Marks, William Amos, Anthony Churko, Mary Elizabeth Makara, W'illiam Grande, Helen Minkoff, Robert Sherwood, Marcia Greenberg. Second Row: Margaret Grande, Anthony DiMario, June Lewis, Eleanor Mirage, Nick Sabol, Richard Davis, Herbert Camp, Daniel Roskos, Edward Taylor, David Vermeire, Donald Drake, Marjorie Taylor. Third Row:-Michael Dzurinda, Thomas Covington, Steve Uhalie, Mary Ann Holod- nak, Shirley Adams, Edward Lindway, Walter Kustron, Ernest Hartsky, Mar- guerite Krantz, Andrew Simonik, John Suchy, Adeline Bousiges, Nick Costes, Genevieve Hesko, Andrew Dudash, Ronald Secovitch. Fourth Row: Larry Pintar, Mary Ellen Somich, Jack Monaco, Catherine Giovanelli Paul Turner, John Capson, William Misik, John Harakal, Antoinette Yersky, Anthony Mason, Samuel Moldovan, Gerald Paulson, Helen Hamilton, Albert Phillips, Andrew Dennis, Alvin Vermeire, Frank Kozar, Adam Polcha, Ronald Stefanick, John Warha, Edward Thomas. y Fifth Row: Cecilia Kutcher, Raymond Brown, Jack Wilson, George Saribalas, Joseph Zippay, Tykie Theofilos, Conductor James W. Dunlop, Russell Stepan- chak, Levan McKay, Jack Davis, VVilliam Mastoris, Thomas Leonard, Joseph Guthrie, Ronald Marks, Peter Yurcieh, Peter Tatusko, Dolores Szabo, Norma DeChristopher, Pauline Duby, Marie Patrizi, Elmer Szabo. ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL BAND ALL-STATE HIGH SCHOOL BAND CONCERT Pennsylvania School Music Association FarreH Sennu'IHgh School Guest Conductors -- William D. Revelli - Captain George S. Howard SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1943, 8:15 P. M. PROGRAM PART 1 "Star Spangled Banner" .................................................................. arr. Bronson-Howard Stanley M. Gray, Berwyn fConductingJ Greetings ...... ............................................................................ C arroll D. Kearns Superintendent of Schools Response ...... .........................................,.................... S tanley M. Gray President of Pennsylvania School Music Association "American Patrol" ,..,. ...... ............ ............ . . ........... ......Meacham "Salute to Alabama" ................................................................................ A. D. Davenport A. D. Davenport, Aliquippa fConductingJ "There's Something About a Soldier" .... .........,.......................... ...... G a y "In Dulci Jubilo" ............. , ................ . .......... Bach "Maritana Overture" . .................................................... ....... .Wallace "La Rougetten ............................................................................... .... .... B e nnett Piano Soloist, Dorothy Haas, Farrell "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" ............................................. ........ L oesser Captain George S. Howard, U. S. Army fConductingJ PART 2 "Bombasto" .... ....................................... , .............................................. ....... F a rrar C. Porter Huntington, Johnstown fConductingJ "The New Moon Overture" ................................................................. ...... R omberg "Children's March" ............................................................,.............. ...... B oldman James W. Dunlop, Farrell fConductingJ "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty" ....................................................... ........ S ousa David Rees, Sharon fConductingj "Pop! Goes the Weasel" ................................................................... ...... C ailliet John G. Loos, West Lawn 1ConductingJ "March Wagnern ................................................................................... ....... T routman William Jenkins, Sharpsville fConductingj PART 3 "March of the Steel Men" ....... Belstering "Oberon Overture" ....,....... .... ,... ........ W e b er "Midnight in Paris" ..... ........ a rr. Bennett "The Purple Carnival" .........,.......... ............. A lford 'tThree Dances from Henry VIII" .... ........ G erman "Stars and Stripes Forever" .............................................. . .......................... ........ S ousa William D. Revelli, University of Michigan fConductingj l l l l 1 und SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA Alice Mazzotti Claire Mohney Sylvia Camp Elizabeth Berkon Lydia Zahariou STRING BASS Joseph Guthrie William Robinson SAXOPHONES Andrew Dudash Adeline Bousiges John Suchy BASSOON David Vermeire DRUMS Tykie Theofilus Jack Wilson Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Director VIOLINS David Vermeire Simon Mirkovich Thomas Leonard William Hnida Matilda Bucholski CELLO Robert Sherwood CLARINETS Carl Marks Thomas Covington June Lewis Anthony Churko OBOE Helen Minkoif Laura Ann Roskos TYMPANI Ronald Marks BELLS AND TRIANGLE Cecelia Kutcher PIANO Mary Louise Gutierrez Nick Schiau Betty Gustus Kenneth Katz Rose Ruggiero Mary Saribalas Edmund Grgulak FLUTE Marcia Greenberg Gloria Durbin TRUMPETS Paul Turner James Roseboro Albert Glavan TROMBONE Edward Thomas FRENCH HORNS John Capson Daniel Roskos CONCERT PROGRAM FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1943 PART I---ORCHESTRA Mrs. Virginia Armstrong, Conductor Campus Pride" Martha" ........... ......................,.........................,...... Adoration" Lydia Zahariou, Violin Soloist Intermezzo Russe" ..... Glory of Egypt" ...... Melody" ............. ................... ,......... ............ Stringed Orchestra Piano Concerto No. 1" All Out for America" ................... ......... . . PART II---MIXED CHORUS Miss Pauline Haas, Conductor Hear Me Pray" .......... Ole Ark's a Moverinl' .... Nightingale" .............. ................. . ........ Mixed Chorus Stout Hearted Men" ......... . Climbin Up the Mountainl' .. Old Man Noah" ................. Tavern in the Town" ....... ........ ..... ,......... Boys' Quartet v All in the April Evening' .... God Bless Our Land" ......... . ....... .. . Your Land and My Land" ............................ Mixed Chorus PART III---BAND Mr. James W. Dunlop, Conductor Pigskin Pageant" Bogar" . ................. ....................................,.... . .... . ......DeLamater 'Von Flotow .........Bo1'owski .......Franke , .......... King ....,...Reynard .......Tschaikowsky .. ................... Lake Spiritual - Bron-Wright Spiritual -- Cain .........Tschaikowsky-Luvass ..........Romberg .................Krone , .......... Bartholomew .......Old College Song ......Roberton .......Kountz .......Romberg ........Bennett .........Geary Willow Echoes" ....................................................... . ..... ..Simon Paul Turner, Cornet Soloist There's Something About a Soldier' ..... ......................, ..... La Rougetten ......................................................,.................. Dorothy Haas, Piano Soloist Cypress Silhouettes". ....,............ The Stars and Stripes F01'6V61'H .. ............Gay ........Bennett ......Bennett ......Sousa MIXED CHORUS Miss Pauline Haas, Director First Row: Marie Robinson, Irene Rogan, Lovenia Victor, Irene Gotch, Ada Dunk- erly, Catherine Naydusak, Genevieve Messina, Mary Mikulas, Edward Hoagland, Maurice O'Leary, Samuel Weitzen, Edna May Brauchle, Marion Castiglione, Antoinette Rugiero, Frances Yurich, Angeline Donatelli, Miss Helena Spisak. Second Row: Dolores Liener, Sandra Tona, Dorothy Smith, Margaret Kranjak, Violet Koluncieh, Margie Wagner, Dorothy Napierkosky, Rose Rosati, James Crivello, Paul Alongi, Samuel Hamilton, Shirley Blaire, Pauline Mankas, Rose Desput, Jennie Lorenzo, Dorothy Griffin, Gloria Grande. Third Row: Catherine Thomas, Elsie May Frank, Rose Zarella, Gladys Owens, Amelia Ray, Betty Pilipovich, Betty Prizant, Alonzo Owens, Gwendolyn Brown, James Mack, Samuel Scharville, Stella Biga, Gertrude Horton, Honey Haynes, Virginia Martin, Dorothy Baron. Fourth Row: Lois Henderson, Sarah Swanson, Eleanor Dravesky, Dorothy Blazewicz, Elizabeth James, Bernadine Marasco, Juanita Bellinger, Norma Carine, Frank Bruce, Thomas Gray, Carl Klamer, Shirley Bruce, Nancy Alston, Dorothy Takash, Dolores Takash, Ann Bolasko, Mary Shillaga. Fifth Row: Rose Vranich, Rose Marie Bronich, Ann Fukat, Irene Mickulas, Grace Zakan, Martha Dyll, Irene Betts, Julia Palko, Margaret Slezak, Tillie Nathan. Eleanor Furlan, Peggy Campagna, Barbara O'Dal, Dorothy Madura, Angela Rup- nik, Barbara Bralich. 6' MISS HELENA SPISAK MISS PAULINE HAAS Director Director September to November November to June "CHRISTMAS IN POETRY AND SONG" Presented by The Tri-Hi-Y Club Senior High School Mixed Chorus and Boys Quartet Farrell High School Band Silent Night" .............. The Christmas Story" ..... Light of the World" Christmas" ........ .. sing We Noel" .... Three Kings" ...................... Two Thousand Years Ago" Adeste Fideles" ..............,. ,. Gloria in Excelsisn Lead Kindly Light" Birth Night" ........................ The Sleep of the Child Jesus" Judean Star" ......................... Later Christmas Eyes" .. Log' on the Fire" ...., .. Christmas Prayer" Peace Will Come" God Bless Our Land" White Christmas" Christmas Chimes" Q5 49' f-"Q S " f'W H H . mf f. as N N fn fri, 4' 2 PROGRAM .,.....Senior High School Mixed Chorus Marie Kaliney ..........Bertilla Kozar Noreen Komar ......Senior High School Mixed Chorus Lou Gutierrez ................Rose Rozich ........Boys Quartet ......Stella Mudrinich .......,...Irene Kovack Leichman .......Senior High School Mixed Chorus .............................Marian Podolsky .......lVlargaret Perrine Quartet ........Arcension Campos Elia .......Senior High School Mixed Chorus ........Fa1'1'6ll High School Band Miss Alice Griffith L ,,, , "WHAT A LIFE" Miss Shea .,..... Mr. Nelson ...... A Play in Three Acts by Clifford Goldsmith Directed by Miss Helen Needham Farrell Senior High School Auditorium Friday Evening, November 20, 1942 THE CHARACTERS Mr. Patterson ....... Miss Pike ........ Bill ................... Miss Eggleston Miss Johnson ....... Mr. Vecchitto ...... Henry Aldrich ..... Barbara . .......... Gertie ................ Mr. Bradley .... Miss Wheeler' ...... George Bigelow ......Rebecca Jones .....James Crivello ........John Messina .......Bette Dudash Edward Hoagland Peggy Campagna ...Carolyn Tomich ........John Tsantes ......Samuel Weitzen ......Dolores Szabo .......Shirley Bruce .Joseph Lombardi . ...... Evelyn Liener ............E1mer Szabo Mrs. Aldrich ............................................................................. ..... ...... E l sie Radasevich Mr. Ferguson .................................................................................................. James Kaikis Students ...... Harold Wasser, John Joannow, Betty Rothenberg, Dorothy Blaze, Theresa Reda, Irene Kovack, Carl Klamer, Betty Jane Clune, Gloria Cipriano, Rosella Brown, Jerry Tallarico. The entire School. V ACT I. The ACT II. The ACT III. The THE SETTING action of the play takes place in the principa1's office at Central High SCENES princ-ipal's ofiice in Central High School. A morning in Spring. same. The following morning, same. An hour later. "NIGHT OF JANUARY l6th" A Comedy-Drama in Three Acts By Ayn Rand Directed by Miss Helen Needham Farrell Senior High School Auditorium Friday Evening, March 5, 1943 THE CHARACTERS Prison Matron .... Bailitf ........................... Judge Heath .................... District Attorney Flint .... Defense Attorney Stevens Clerk of the Court .............. Karen Andre ......... Dr. Kirkland ............, Mrs. John Hutchins Homer Van Fleet ....... Elmer Sweeney .......... Nancy Lee Faulkner .... . Magda Svenson ................ John Graham VVhitfield Jane Chandler ................... Sigurd Junequist .......... Larry R ego n ...........,.......... Roberta Van Rensselaer .... THE SETTING ......Mary Fratilla ......Harold VVasser .....,..William Zelch ..........James Kaikis ................James Crivello Russell Stepanchak .....Carolyn Tomich .........John Messina .........Amelia Ray .......James Russo ........Jack VVilson ......Anne Mastrian ........Violet Fronko ........John Chiodo .......Norma Juick ........Emil Valetich ......Joseph Lombardi ...Evelyn Liener The action of the play takes place in the Superior Court of New York City. The time is the present. SCENES ACT I A day in March. ACT ll. The next day. ACT Ill. The following' day. STUDENT COUNCIL I 1 Front Row: Alvin Amos, John Tsantes, Edythe Leichman, Angelo Amieo, Mr. Harry Berkowitz, Second Row: Mary Lou Gutierrez, Catherine Bastecky, Yvette Charriere, Gloria Grande, Antoinette Musical, Elsie Mae Frank, John Jelinek, Irene Karol, Mary Ellen Davis. Third Row: William Bobby, Peggy Campagna, Rose Desput, Mary Mikota, Rose Vernille, Betty Jane David, Eileen Henning, David Joseph, Paul Blastos, Frank Tamber. Fourth Row: Bernice Dizdar, Grace Zigmund, Dolores Ondich, Nancy Alston, Dolores Glover, Louis Zickar, James Russo, Samuel Miletta, Frank Kuncio, Rudolph Morocco. Fifth Row: Jack Hanley, August Petrillo, Nick Kurtonick, Sarah Rothenberg, Gwendolyn Esaias, James Stabile, Andrew Stofan, Harry Wedlake, Guy Zuppo, Herbert Speizer. OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President ..,........ ............ A lvin Amos President ............ . ..... Hector Morocco Vice President ..... ............. J ohn Tsantes Vice President ...... ......... F rank Tamber Secretary , ......, ........ E dythe Leichman .... Secretary ....,.... ....... E dythe Leichman Treasurer .... ........... . .... A ngelo Amico Treasurer .. ............... Angelo Amico Advisor ..... ....... M r. Harry Berkowitz Advisor ...... Mr. Harry Berkowitz PURPOSE The Student Council of Farrell Senior High School aims to develop student responsibility, initiative, leadership, and school pride. It aims to promote worthy citizenship training, to provide for expression of student opinion and to promote the general welfare of the school. MONITORS First Row: Russell Williams, William Moder, Dolores Szabo, Rosaline Necaster, Helen Klutcher, Marietta Scannclla, Thelma Marenchin, Catherine Nader, Sarah Capson, Rose Ann Morocco, Helen Greco, Jennie Amico, Irene Kovack, Lulu Paplomatis. Second Row: Helen Gladys, Frances Fister, Peggy Campagna, Mary Ellen Kochis, Marguerite Elia, June Shaffer, Anna Marie Kaliney, Theresa DeMarco, Bertilla Kozar, Catherine Asafaylo, Charlotte Amico, Isabelle Mouganis, Bertha Alli, Catherine Bastecky. Third Row: Thomas Marenovich, William Bobby, Olga Cikity, Betty Jane Clune, Mary Ann Baron, Anne Mastrian, Alice Schmidt, Mary Gugliotta, Florence Mastrian, Betty Tennant, Rose Hartstein, Eleanor Gorleski, Norma Juick, Anita Bertelli. Fourth Row: Andrew Skody, August Petrillo, Victoria Ceslak, Louise Derloni, Patricia Glover, Mary Mikota, Ann Botos, Elmer Szabo, George Mirkovich, Car- olyn Tomich, Martha Stanovich, Ann Wauzzinski, Nicholas Kurtonick, Toby Jackson. CAPTAINS Mary Ellen Kochis William Moder Betty Jane Clune Norma Juick Rose Hartstein Bertha Alli Peggy Campagna PURPOSE The monitor system of the Farrell Senior High School was devised for the pur- pose of assisting in the organization and the handling of traffic in the halls during class and between class periods. In addition to performing these duties, the monitors direct visitors through the school. VICTORY CORPS VICTORY CORPS The Victory Corps is proposed as a Nation-wide wartime student organization for secondary schools. Membership in the Corps will be an honor because it will mean that the student is making at least two definite contributions to the war effort. He is participating in some volunteer civilian service now, and he is preparing him- self for the necessary service in the future. All high school students may become general members of the corps, provided that they participate in a physical fitness program, and in at least one continuing wartime activity, such as O. C. D. work, model airplane building, U. S. O. volunteer work, and so on. They must also take school courses which point toward some useful- ness in wartime in the armed forces, in essential industry, in the home or in the community. The special service divisions, each of which has distinct requirements, are as fol- lows: Air Service Division, Land Service Division, Sea Service Division, Production Service Division, and Community Service Division. There is a place for every American student in one of these five divisions. The immediate problem is the organization of an efficient teaching corps, for many of the courses demanded are now missing from some school curricula. Q The Members of the Farrell Senior High School Victory Corps are: Paul Alongi, Joseph Apisa, Paul Ballish, Paul Blastos, Michael Branzovich, Donald Buchanan, Charles Cheeks, Patsy Christello, John Conticelli, Alex Costar, Nick Costes, Tony Dalessandro, Anthony DiMario, Joseph Donatelli, Paul Fasser, Fred Frado, John Gancsos, John Harakal, Edward Hoagland, Roy Hogue, John Jelinek, John Joannow, Gerald Jones, James Kaikis, Frank Kozar, Andrew Matanin, Francis Martino, Charles Mather, Sam Milctta, Fred Miller, George Mirkov h, William Misik, Daniel Pawlak, Maurice O'Leary, Hawdy Prizant, Jack Repas, illiam Robinson, George Saribalas, Eugene Scharville, James Serrian, Victor Shapona, Robert Sher- wood, John Schuster, Robert Schuster, Paul Sremcich, Frank Steele, Jiseph Stroma, Bennie Taub, Tykie Theoiilos, John Tsantes, Paul Turner, Bernard Wachter, Harold Wasser, Harry Wedlake, Joseph Weitzen, Sam Weitzen, Russell Williams, John Yoh- man, Louis Zickar, Raymond Zickar, Guy Zupo. Bertha Alli, Katherine Alston, Nancy Alston, Charlotte Amico, Jennie Amico, Violet Antonino, Lorraine Beane, Rosella Brown, Shirley Bruce, Alfreda Bucholz, Dolores Bucy, Sylvia E. Camp, Arcension Campos, Theresa DeMarco, Martha Dyll, Frances Fister, Mary Ann Gagliardi, Rose Gagliardi, Harriette Gelber, Marion Ger- mano, Pauline Germano, Clara Guanciale, Mary Lou Gutierrez, Rose Gutierrez, Claraissa Haun, Barbara Karlovich, Irene Karol, Helen Klutcher, Cecelia Ann Kutcher, Teressa Laslow, Marie Mancini, Mary Louise Mercurio, Barbara Ann O'Dal, Dolores Ondich, Lulu Paplomatis, Sophie Pascel, Antoinette Picciacchio, Irene Rogan, Betty Rothenberg, Louise Salandria, Della Sed, Marietta Scannella, Mildred Schmidt, Ida Steele, Dolores Steibly, Annette Stepanchak, Beatrice Takash, Dolores Takash, Dorothy Takash, Rita Testasecca, Myrdis Thomas, Carolyn Tomich, Jo Ann Tsantes, Frances Yurcich. Advisors of the Victory Corps are Miss Genevieve Heagney and Mr. Anthony Paulekas. HI-Y CLUB During the past school year, the Hi-Y Club enjoyed one of its most successful seasons since its estaablishment in this school seven years ago. By creating, main- taining, and extending high standards of Christian character throughout the school and the community at all times, the club followed the national organization's oath to the letter. The club's four planks are clean speech, clean sports, clean living, and clfan scholarship. . To the best of their ability the Hi Y members under the direction of Mr. Ralph Dresch, fulfilled every assignment that they were called upon to do. They acted as ushers at all the school plays, concerts, dances, and athletic events. They sold tickets, programs, and refreshments Whenever the school held a social function of any kind. Together with the Tri-Hi-Y, they sponsored the annual Homecoming Celebration. At the conclusion of the various sports seasons, they honored the members of the football, the basketball. and the wrestling: squads by feting them at special banquets. OFFICERS Peter Carine .,......... .............. P resident William Alsnauer Vice President William Moder ,... .... .............. S e cretary Alvin Amos ............ ........ T reasurer Mr. Ralph Dresch ......Advisor MEMBERSHIP First Row: Angelo Amico, Robert Bastide, Leonard Kaletka, Jerry Tallarico, Paul Turner, Ted Stefanak, Russell Williams, William Moder, Ted Williams, Richard Joseph. Second Row: John Frantz, Jack Norris, Joseph Bencivengo, William Rager, Samuel Hamilton, Joseph Guthrie, Alvin Amos, Edward Hoagland, Raymond Sherwood, Leo Bechtold. Third Row: Alex Bordy, VVilliam Alsnauer, Joseph Pratt, George Marenchin, John Tsantes, Victor Danilov, Peter Carine, Steve Skendrovich, Jack Hanley, Mr. Ralph Dresch. ! , . 4.l...a 'fV:0u"l 4 A I" PM ' ' A 'inf Assam fakci l TRI-HI-Y CLUB First Row: Mrs. Mary T. Jones, Mary Lou Gutierrez, Anne Pillar, Marguerite Krantz, Ann Marie Kaliney, Catherine Richards, Della Sed, Edythe Leichman, Dolores Szabo, Dorothy Baron, Alice Mazzotti. Second Row: Stella Mudrinieh, Noreen Komar, Ascension Campos, Frances Paladino, Julia Woloshyn, Mary Ellen Davis, Jean Katakowski, Bertilla Kozar, Pauline Asafaylo, Marian Podolsky, Rose Marie Zarella, Peggy Cainpagna, Betty Jane David. Third Row: Geraldine Katilus, Claire Mohney, Marguerite Elia, Mary Ellen Kochis, Margaret Perrine, Ruth Perrine, Laura Jean Johnston, Mary Ann Holodnak, Vivionne Shager, Dolores Horner, Mary Horzich. Fourth Row: Anne llflastrian. Lucy Jarvvin, Olga Cikity, Dorothy Madura, Violette Shaffer, Helen Gladys, Jenny Gladys, Rose Marie Bronich, Gwendolyn Esaias, Rose Rozich, Rebecca Jones. Plaeide Broderick, Josephine Horzich. TRI-Hl-Y At a solemn and inspiring candlelight service on October 8, 1942, thirty-th1'ee girls were formally inducted into the Tri-Hi- Y Club. The purpose of the organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and the community high standards of Christian character, and the objectives of the club are to seek, to find, and to share. The aims are selt'-improvement, Christian fellowship, and united service, and the slogan is 'tpure thoughts, pure Words, and pure actions." The club's colors are red, white, and blue which signify sacrifice, purity, and loyalty. The Tri-Hi-Y sponsored the annual Homecoming Celebration for which Lne entire student body chose a queen and her court of seven girls to reign over the football game and the dance. During the football season, the members of the club sold candy at the games and utilized some of the proceeds to purchase a Thanksgiving' basket for an unfortunate family in the community. They also sent scrap books to the children's ward at Buhl Hospital. They presented the annual Christmas program which was an inspiration to the entire student body. They served as guides for the All-State Band members and ushered at the All-State Band Concert. Through the combined efforts of Mrs. Mary T. Jones, their advisor, and their officers President Ann Marie Kalincy, Vice President Della Sed, Secretary Catherine Richards, and Treasurer Mary Horzich, the membe1's of the Tri-Hi-Y were active in all of the campaigns of the school. LATIN CLUB First Row: Miss Mildred A. Roux, Irene Karol, Mary Ellen Davis, Helen Klutcher, Gloria Grande. Richard Joseph, Violet Grim, Bernard Wachter, Frances Yur- ich, Violet Antonino, Marietta Scanella, June Lewis, Lulu Paplomatis, Thelma Marenchin, John Jelinek. Second Row: William Mastoris, James Serrian, Delores Steibly, Josephine Horzich, Anne Sarsan, Isabelle Mougganis, Raymond Zickar, Bertha Alli, Camille Grossman. Stella Krokoski, Cecilia Ann Kutcher, Pearl June Fowler, Ruth Ella Woods, Leonard Kaletka, Margaret Rombold. Third Row: James Russo, Delores Takash, Dorothy Takash, Dan Mastrian, John Harakal, Maurice O'Leary, Thomas Leonard, Rita Testasecca, Carolyn Tomich, Katherine Alston, Sylvia Camp, David Campman, William Cairey, Philip Sar- cinella, George Kostik, William Misik. Fourth Row: Jack Repas, Michael Branzovich, Robert Sherwood, Jack Davis, Levan McKay, Norman Cheeks, Joe Neiman, John Tsantes, Tobe Jackson, John Kneze- vich, Paul Fasser, Charles Mather, Mark Deronja, Harry Gelfand, Frank Steele. LATIN CLUB The Latin Club, organized in the fall of 1942, is an extra-curricular activity de- signed to provide cultural entertainment for Latin students. Through its activities, the student becomes familiar with the contributions made by the Latin language and literature to the English that we speak, write and read, and further, the student ir able to apply with greater power and facility, his knowledge of facts relating to Roman civilization to his interpretation and critical appraisal of modern customs and institution. At the organization meeting, the Latin club formulated and adopted a constitu- tion, and elected the following officers: James Russo, president, Jack Repas, vice president, Josephine Horzich, secretary, Norman Cheeks, treasurer, Richard Joseph, head of activitiesg and Peggy Thomas and Philip Sarcinella, reporters. Delores Takash, Violet Antonino, Bernard Wachter, and Raymond Zickar together with the head of activities, Richard Joseph, plan programs for the various classes. The committees which insure a well regulated club are as follows: membership- scholarship, social, program. athletic, and publicity. The club's activities were a Christmas party, educational, entertaining talks by well-known speakers, and radio programs with patriotic themes. g ,, T J .1 -'ff Q.. :Oi , :few . LE CERCLE FRANCAIS First Row: Miss Mary J. Brown, Phillip McDonald, Catherine Nader, Ted Williams, Mary Ellen Kochis, Yvette Charrlere. Alice Gunther, Helen Pipicelli, Phyllis Scott. Second Row: Jack Geuss, Tressa Nicholson, Marguerite Elia, Lydia Zahariou, Alice Charriere, Ascension Campos, Leo Betchtold, June Shaffer, Julia Woloshyn. Third Row: Alex Bordy, Alex Costar, Anne Mastrian, John Schuster, Jerry Tallar- ico, Gwendolyn Esaias, Russell Williams, Paul Blastos, John Yohman. Fourth Row: Ernest Jackson, lVilliam Facko, Edward Russell, Jack Norris, Alvin Amos, Anthony Churko, John Messina, VVilliam Amos, Jack Morrison, Anthony DeChristopher. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS To develop every member's ability to speak the French language as a social and a business asset is the aim of Le Cercle Francais. Therefore, the alloted time for the club meetings was devoted to the development of French conversation and skills. singing songs. reciting poems, playing: ,frames and working on skits. Under the direction of Miss Mary J. Brown, the members have had a particularly successful social year. At Christmas time, Le Cerclc Francais joined the Latin and the Spanish clubs to hold a combined Fiesta. For Valentine's Day, the members en- joyed a theatre party at the Capital Theatre. The club brought its social season to a close with a large Bon Voyage banquet and party in honor of its senior members. In addition to these social activities, the club also formed a bowling team that promises to become a worthy opponent of any club team that may care to oppose them in the future. The success of the or,f:anization has been largely due to the following officersg Le President, M. Jerry Tallaricog La President Honoraire, Mlle. Mary J. Brown, La Premiere Ministre, Mlle. Anne Mastrian, La Secretaire, Mlle. Mary Ellen Kochisg Le Tresorier, Anthony Churko. ...-V-new-11 , ,.,. -.,,,N..,,-7-J . SPANISH CLUB President . ...,,.......... James Crivello Vice President .......... James Kaikis Secretary ., ....... .... Noreen Komar Treasurer ........ Catherine Richards Advisor ..... ...... ll Iiss Mary Brown Aims:-To further deeper rela- tionship and understanding with our South American neighbors. First Row: Miss Mary Brown, Antoinette Yersky, Frances Veselosky, Dorothy Haas, Catherine Richards, Noreen Komar. Second Row: Kathryn Fauceglia, Bennie Mae Wright, Juanita Bellingrer, Barbara Ann O'Dal, Beatrice Takash, Rose Facko. Third Row: Russell Stopanchak, Annette Stepanchak, Dorothy Blaze, Willa Mae Mack, James Kaikis, Neil Caputo. Fourth Row: Theresa Bagby, Michael Passaro, William Bobby, Robert Monteson, James Crivello. VARIETY CLUB President ...... Mary Ann Gagliardi Vice President ........ Sarah Capson Secretary .......... Mildred Ciccarone Treasurer .... .......... A nn Celenzi Reporter ..... .............. I rene Betts Advisor ............ Miss Irene Petrick Aims:-To serve the Home Eco- nomics Department, the School, the community, and the country in every way possible. First Row: Miss Irene Petrick, Victoria Gerchak, Pauline Germano, Sarah Capson, Esther Molinari, Louise Salandria. Second Row: Anna Lieavens, Mary Gagliardi, Irene Betts, Mary Gugliotta, Mildred Ciccarone, Corrine Petite, Nannie Williams. Third Row: Allene Gillespie, Mary Burt, Anna Celenzi, Dorothy Milich, Lovenia Victor, Marion Castiglione, Mary Shafer. LIBRARY STAFF Front Row: Helen Telega, Aurora Somatican, Myrtle Gibbs, Marguerite Krantz, Betty Blastos, Helen Klutcher, Christine Paplomatis, Catherine Richards. Rear Row: Margaret Rombold, Dorothy Grande, Emma Pilone, Lydia Zahariou, Ascension Campos, Thelma Marenchin, Miss Mary Edna Reynolds, Librarian, Edythe Leichman, Mary Ellen Davis, Della Sed, Margaret Perrine, Ruth Perrine. Gwendolyn Esaias. FACTS ABOUT OUR LIBRARY Libraries need to redirect their thinking and planning in order to provide for new needs and services involved in the wartime emergency. As a War information center our lib1'ary attempts to supply to pupils and teachers the facts about World War II and its implications to our daily living. First aid, foods and nutrition, avia- tion, radio, consumer education, rationing, and the opportunities and duties of the various branches of the armed services are of paramount interest. We must try to do all that We can to contribute to victory, and to help to make a better world. In June, 1942, the total number of books in our library was 2230. The total circulation for the school year 1941-1942 was 7272 books or an average of 48 books per school day. Of this amount twenty-eight per cent were fiction. The largest daily circulation during the year was one hundred twenty-six books and the smallest was fourteen books. LIBRARY Students like to spend their time studying or reading in our beauti- ful library where Miss Reynolds and her assistants make every- thing convenient and pleasant for everyone. NIGHT RIDER STAFF First Row: Miss Brown, Miss Gojdics, Horzich, Danilov, Sed, Scharville, Costes, Saribalas. Second Row: Bousigcs, Zahariou, Veselosky, Kochis, Rothenberg, Thomas, Richards, Frank, Thomas. Third Row: Yersky, Nathan, Shaifer, Klutcher, Woloshyn, Blastos, Capozzoli, Prizant, Horner, Geletka, Klutcher. Fourth Row: Shaffer, Sarcinella, Stebly, Fowler, Kaliney, Elia, Mastrian, Bialko, Joannow, Weitzen, Zelch. Fifth Row: Bruce, Mickulas, Crivello, Petrillo, Shapona, Tsantes. ASSOCIATE EDITORS Della Sed Mary Horzich SPORTS EDITORS James Russo John Tsantes Arcension Campos Miss Mary Brown EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Victor Danilov FEATURE EDITORS Rebecca Jones Madelyn Capozzoli Philip Sarcinella STAFF ARTISTS Betty Blastos William Zelch Victor Shapona ADVERTISING MANAGERS Stella Mudrinich ADVISORS Russo, Madura, Esaias, Rumbold, Shaffer, Jones, COPY EDITORS Placide Broderick James Crivello NEWS EDITORS Nick Costes John Joannow Lulu Paplomatis Mr. Wilbur Bauer Miss Anne Gojdics Miss Olga Gojdics NIGHT RIDER MANAGERS I First Row: Miss Olga Gojdics, Business Manager, Madelyn Capozzoli, Lulu Paplo- matis, Jane Constanza, Catherine Nader, Betty Rothenberg, Mary Karidis, Mary Ann Castiglione. Second Row: Ann Sarsan, Betty Grande, Helen Greco, Olga Gioan, Catherine Richards, Della Sed, Mary Ann Holodnak, Antionette Piciacchio. Third Row: James Callahan, Bernard VVachter, Jacqueline Cowdrey, Bernadine Ma1'asco, Mary Yurcich, Philomcna Zappa, Violet Berkon, Nick Costes, Edward Marks. Fourth Row: Shirley Bruce. Betty Tennant, Carl Marks, Philip Sarcinella, Fred Grande, Jack Hanley, Emil C1'isan, John Tsantes. THE 10054 NIGHT RIDER ROOMS SENIORS Room 102fP1acide Broderick, Manager Room 124-Catherine Richards, Manager Room 116fFred Grande, Manager Room 130-Della Sed, Manager Room 121-Lulu Paplomatis, Managcar Room 133-Frances Yurich, Manager JUNIORS Room 10-Catherine Nader, Manager Room 214-Mary Yurcich, Manager SOPHOMORES Room 208fAntoinette Piciacchio, Manager JEEP CAMPAIGN From April 8, to April 21, 19-13, the Night Rider sponsored a ten day Jeep Campaign which was a success. The drive was inaugurated at a special assembly by Miss Olga Gojdics who explained the rules and set the quota at 32700. The presidents of each class selected one of the Axis leaders' faces to be blacked out. These faces were drawn by the students of the art department. The seniors selected Hitler, the juniors, Mussolini, and the sophomores, Hirohito. Each home room was given a certain section of the face and had the privilege of blacking it out. The following rooms were awarded a picture of a jeep that was named after them: Rooms 115, 116, 130, 124, 120, 102, 5, 223, 206, 208 and 203. The total sales of the campaign were S22,206.30, which consisted of 319,725.00 for War Bonds and 552,481.30 for Defense Stamps. THE 1943 REFLECTOR STAFF A , A A m sf .. N - ' A X k d,NN : k,.' f W' - fl : ' w 9-6. iw K S eff , Wir' X i VK, TN C... Qfx ' ,L X 1 A! X 1 1 ,MW -'wr X, :. M , X450 3. 5'- ,.... ,. -Rx an 'S 'X -3 w?-x 'Sin wx , ,, vs. 1 ,ei-M. X , X In 11 ,. 6 3 QlNv. v -Z6 f air'- U. lun .W at W Q if if 1--.f..:. hmm Q , Nik. lgfmm' Midg 'f Q k , 1, a. RW' ,i x my .fm X Q ,f ' fs 5 Q P Quin , Q- M. 1 N . RX-15:21 A wx K is if -F' WN- u . S , 7 An Jr ,Qi 'Q A 'Z1',-' i , 1 4' THE 1943 REFLECTOR STAFF LITERARY Catherine Richards CLASSES Evelyn Liener Dorothy Baron Helen Bordy James Crivello Rose Desput Ida Dyll Betty Blastos Jenny Gladys Della Sed Anne Leavens Tobe Jaskson Johnnie Anna Thomas Nannie Williams Olivia Ford Gertrude Burprich James Crivello Rose Hartstein Pauline Asafaylo Henrietta Barber Shirley Blaire Gloria Cipriano Archie Iacino August Petrillo Florence Mastrian Emma Pilone Rosella Brown Sophie Pascel EDITORIAL STAFF ADMINISTRATION Placide Broderick ATHLETICS Victor Danilov ASSOCIATE EDITORS Ann Fukat Myrtle Gibbs Anne Marie Kaliney Harriett Lobl ART STAFF ART ADVISOR Mr. Wilbur Bauer ART EDITORS William Zelch Victor Shapona THE SUBSCRIPTION STAFF HIGHEST SALES HONORS Norma Juick sold eighty-five Reflectors HIGH SALES HONORS George Yanak Mary Ellen Kochis Rose Desput Richard Saborsky Frances Yurich Dorothy Baron Henry Caputo Frances Fister Blanche Landa STAFF MEMBERS Cornelia Cernea Helen Gladys Ida Dyll Irene Betts Rose Marie Bronlch Sarah Rothenberg Laura Stanek Agnes Sostarich Irene Gorleski STAFF ADVISOR Miss Esther A. B. Zentz SENIORS Violet Perich ACTIVITIES Ma1'y Horzich Irene Mickulas Mary Mikota Sarah Rothenberg Betty Wasser Samuel Weitzen John Najdusak Placide Broderick Willa Mae Mack Anne Mastrian Claire Mohney Eleanor Orendi Lulu Paplomatis Amelia Ray Violette Shaffer Rose Vernille Gloria Wagner Frances Veselosky Josephine Vivolo Antoinette Yersky Theresa Scannella Irene Mickulas Antoinette Busco Allene Gillespie Samuel Hamilton Mary Ann Jackson Peter Schell l ART CLUB Like organizations all over the country, the Art Club, under the supervision of Mr. Wilbur Bauer, is doing its share towards the war effort. Besides making war posters to stimulate patriotism and an interest for victory, the artists have made plans to camouflage the buildings of our town. The Art Club is the outgrowth of the Junior High School Art Club and the entire Senior High School Art Classes make up the membership. Mr. Bauer is supervisor of art in the Farrell Schools. To announce and to advertise football and basketball games, school plays, t'The Night Rider", "The Reflector", and other school activities, the various art staffs produce attractive posters. This involves individual originality. time, and effort. When you open your copy of "The Night Rider", you are greeted by art cuts that were carefully and diligently prepared by the members of the Art Staff of "The Night Rider": William Zelch, Victor Shapona, John Najdusak, and Betty Blastos, The students responsible for the excellent football and basketball posters are William Zelch, Victor Shapona, John Najdusak, and Paul Alongi. The Pep meetings for the Basketball Champions were very interesting and entertaining due to the beautiful and thoughtful posters that were displayed especially for those meetings by the Art Club. Many of the art suggestions were used as cheers and slogans for the student body throughout the tournament games. The members of the Art Club are Paul Alongi, Paul Avril, Betty Blastos, Sylvia Camp, Carl Cilas, Jacqueline Cowdrey, Harry Donaldson, Joseph Esaias, John Henry Evans, John Joannow, William Kohut, William Locke, Andrew Matanin, John Naj- dusak, George Ondich, Leonard Paulits, Lawrence Roseboro, Josephine Mickshaw, Victor Shapona, Mildred Schmidt, Robert Schuster, Paul Sremich, Russell Stepan- chak, Myrdis Thomas, Louis Vuich, Dominic Zarella, William Zclch.


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