Farrell High School - Reflector Yearbook (Farrell, PA)

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mo Reflector 1Farrell Senior High School Farrell, PennsylvaniaIke I9S0Reflector Volume Thirty-four Published by the Senior Classfeecficatich In appreciation of their many excellent contributions to our education, happiness, and welfare, throughout our school life, we, the Class of 1950, dedicate our yearbook to the ten school employees who have faithfully and meritoriously served the Farrell Public Schools for twenty-five years or more. 4Ttoehtif-tftte IfearA c f etdice Miss Alice Nicolls George J. Wetherstein Miss Celia Burns Mrs. Elizabeth Broderick Mrs. Helen Somogyi Davis Miss Florence B. Donlin Mrs. Hazel Adams McCreary M rs. Hannah Lucas M iss Sarah Cooley Miss Esther A. B. Zentz 5fllttia iflater Hail to the Blue and Gold, Mail ever hail! Thy sons with voices hold Thee ever hail. Our hearts will always be Loyal and true. Hail ever hail to thee, Our Gold and Blue. cMlhinti tratichHonored On April 27, 1919, at a sumptuous banquet held in the Sewing Room of the Home Economies Department, the Board of Education and Mr. John Hetra, Superintendent of the Farrell Public Schools, honored ten Farrell school employees who have served the district for twenty-five years or more. After the banquet, the honored guests and all of their school associates enjoyed a party in the auditorium. As the evening came to a close, a lovely luncheon was served to all of the guests in the school cafeteria. During the program, the Farrell Board of Education through its president, Mr. Anthony Tortorete, presented honor awards to Miss Alice Nicolls, director of elementary education, Mr. George J. Wetherstein, secretary to the Board of Education, Miss Celia Burns, school nurse, Mrs. Elizabeth Broderick, Mrs. Helen Somogyi Davis, Miss Florence B. Donlin, Mrs. Hazel Adams McCreary, Mrs. Hannah Lucas, Miss Sarah Cooley, and Miss Esther A. B. Zentz, teachers. The Farrell Parent-Teachers Association, represented by its president, Mrs. Frank Sherwood, presented the honored guests with silver service pins. Dr. Charles R. Cheeks, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, gave the invocation; Mr. Anthony Tortorete, Mr. John Hetra, Miss Margaret Reese, president of the Farrell Teachers Association, and Mrs. Chester Hogue, president of the Farrell Music Guild, gave short speeches. Miss Alice Nicolls responded for the honored guests. Mrs. Julia Wallace Jenkins, who composed “Eulogy” for the occasion, closed the program by reciting the poem in tribute to the honored guests. The members of the committee in charge of the successful affair were Miss Margaret Reese, Miss Ellen Fritchman, Mrs. Agnes Wheeler Magargee, Mrs. Amy Marks, Miss Olga Gojdics and Miss Leo la Phipps. For the first time in the history of the school, the Farrell School District honored its twenty-five year service employees.Soard 0 education WILLIAM B. GANAPOSKI President JOSEPH A. ROTELL FRANK J. URSETTA SAMUEL H. MAGNOTTO Treasurer EDWARD S. PURICH Vice President MICHAEL J. STEFANISII GEORGE J. WETHERSTEIN Secretary THOMAS II. ARMSTRONG School Solicitor 90 JOHN HETRA Superintendent of the Farrell Public Schools A. B., Westminster College, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh 10Principal ANTHONY J. PINTAll Principal of the Farrell Senior High School B. S., Grove Citv College, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh 11J te guidance program Guidance is not to be thought of as something apart from the regular educational program or something to be super-imposed upon it. Guidance is conceived to be individualized education. That is, it is assumed that the personality of every individual child is important and worth developing, not only for his own good but also for that of the state of which he is a citizen. Furthermore, he must understand and appreciate the significance of his own personality and his own powers. Guidance is the process of giving intelligent attention to a person according to his individual needs, interests and aptitudes. It aims to give the individual such help as will enable him to develop into a fully adjusted personality and a successful economic unit. As applied to our secondary school, guidance is thought of as an organized service designed to give systematic aid to pupils in making adjustments to various tvpes of problems which they must meet—educational, vocational, health, moral. social, civic, and personal. We endeavor to help the pupil to know himself as an individual and as a member of society; to enable him to correct certain of his shortcomings that interfere with progress; to know about vocations and professions so that he may intelligently choose and ANGELO M. GRANDE Guidance Co-ordinator A. B., Grove City College M. A., University of Alabama Bucknell University prepare for a life career; and to assist him in the constant discovery and development of abiding creative and recreational interests. These objectives are achieved through a better understanding among the school, the home and the community; through adequate and specific data of the individual pupil secured through a system of cumulative records and reports; through a comprehensive and effective system of counseling and guidance; and through a follow-up of the pupil after he leaves school. The services of competent counselors are always available. Everv staff member has some responsibility for guidance and does much to meet some of the pupils’ needs. As an aid in the guidance task, measurements and tests of various types, standardized or others, are administered and used with full knowledge of their values and limitations. In summary, the primary purpose of the Guidance Program is to provide services aimed at improving the development and adjustment of individual pupils educationally, vocationally, socially and economically thereby meeting their special needs, not otherwise provided for in the curriculum. Angela M. Qnande 12Jacultif James E. Bacon Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Typewriting, Salesmanship, Commercial Law, World Geography. B. B. A., Westminster College. Edinboro State Teachers College. Mrs. Victoria Barbu Farrell, Pennsylvania, Re lated English II, III and IV', Academic English II. B. A., University of Pittsburgh, Youngstown College, Pennsylvania State College. Teresa Bonito Wesleyville, Pennsylvania. Physical Education, Health. B. S., in Education, Slippery Rock State Teachers College. Anna M. Boyle Sharon, Pennsylvania Related Mathematics II, III, and IV, General Mathematics II. B. A., Trinity College, Youngstown College. Mary J. Brown F a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. Spanish I and II, Journalism, English II. B. A., Thiel College, Pennsylvania State College, Westminster College. Advisor of the Spanish Club, Advisor of “The Night Rider Staff”. Samuel J. Campagna Farrell, Pennsylvania. Music I, Director of the Junior and the Senior High School Chorus, the Glee Club, and Concert Choir. li. S., in Music, Indiana State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State Teachers College. Advisor of the Music Council Sarah Cooley Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania. Biology, B. S., Westminster College, M. A., Columbia University, Allegheny College. Chairman of the Department of Science. 13Florence B. Donlin F a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. Shorthand I, Typewriting II, General Typewriting. B. A., Allegheny College, M e a d v i T1 e Commercial College. Business Manager of Lockers, Attendance, and Lunch Tickets. Anne Gojdics Farrell, Pennsylvania. Coordinator and Head of the English Department. English III, and IV. B. A., Pennsylvania State College, 1. Litt., University of Pittsburgh, University of Wisconsin. Advisor of the Assembly Programs. Mrs. Mary C. Downey Sharon, Pennsylvania. Librarian. B. S., in Education, Clarion State Teachers College, Edinboro State Teachers College. Advisor of the Library Club. Olga Gojdics Farrell, Pennsylvania. Junior Business Training, Commercial Arithmetic, Typewriting I. B. S., Carnegie Institute of Technology, M. Litt., University of Pittsburgh, Grove-City College, Westminster College, University of Wisconsin. Business manager of “The Night Rider". Ralph E. Dresch F a r r e 1 1, Pennsylvania. Problems of Democracy, Related History II. B. A., Indiana University, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh. Director of Athletics, Advisor of the Ili-Y Club. Alice M. Griffith Farrell, Pennsylvania. English II, and III. B. S., Indiana State Teachers College, University of Pittsburgh. M. Ed., Pennsylvania State College. Literary Advisor of “The Night Rider," Advisor of the Tri-IIi-Y Club. Frances Dcritsa F a r r e 1 I, Pennsylvania. Head of the Home Economics Department, General a n d Vocational Home Economics. B. S.. in Home Economics. Pennsylvania State College, Columbia University. Advisor of the Homemakers Club. Helen Grimes Farrell, Pennsylvania. Coordinator and Head of the Mathematics Department. Plane Geometry, Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, Mathematics for Girls. B. S., Grove City College, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh, E d i n b o r o State Teachers College, Westminster C o 11 e g e, Pennsylvania State College. 14Mrs. Fay A. Hollingshead S h a r o n, Pennsylvania. General and Vocational Home Economics in the Junior and the Senior High Schools. B. S., in Home Economics, Oklahoma A and M College. Lillian R. Kitting Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational C o s m e t o logy. Cleveland E 1 y s e e School of Beauty, Philadelphia Marinello School of Cosmetology, N e w York Instructional Center of Beauty, Edinboro State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State College, University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the B. T. Y’s. Mrs. Julia VV. Jenkins F a r r c 11, Pennsylvania. United States History, Belated History III. Washington Seminarv, A. B., B. S., Muskingum College, Oxford Universi-tv, European Travel Study. Advisor of the Junior Class, Advisor of the Junior-Senior Prom. Mrs. Mary T. Jones S h a r o n, Pennsylvania. Shorthand I and II, Transcription, Typewriting II. B. S. C., Grove City College. Advisor of t h e Iiomecoming Program. Milton Katz F a r r e 1 I, Pennsylvania. Chemistry, Consumer Science. B. S., Pennsylvania State College. Coach of Wrestling. Paul A. Komar F a r r e 1 1, Pennsylvania. Art. A. B., Thiel College, M. A., University of Iowa, Indiana State Teachers College, Supervisor of Art in the Farrell Public Schools. Supervisor of the Art Projects in the Farrell Senior High School. William Lauer Sharon, Pennsylvania. Office Practice, Bookkeeping I and II. A. B., Westminster College, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh. Head of the Commercial Department, Supervisor of School Activities Fund, Advisor of the Office Staff. David C. Lewis M erce r, Pennsylvania. Physics and Belated Science II, III, and IV. B. S., Grove City College, University of Pittsburgh. 15Tudor Lewis F a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. Woodworking, Home Mechanics for Girls. A. B., Westminster College, Industrial Arts, California State Teachers College. Director of Intramural Athletics. Edward J. McCluskey F a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. World History, American History. B. S., Washing-ington and Jefferson College. Coach of Varsity Basket hall. William L. McCullough M crce r, Pennsylvania. Vocational Machine Shop. Jordan School of Diesel Engineering, University of Pittsburgh. Joseph C. Nestich Youngstown, Ohio. Mechanical Drawing I, II, III and IV, Art. B. S., in Education, Kent State University. Irvin Orr Transfer, Pennsylvania. Auto Body and Welding. University of Pittsburgh, California State Teachers College. Francis J. Patt Sharon, Pennsylvania. Director of the Music Department. Director of the Farrell Senior High School Band, Instrumental Instruction. B. S., in Public School Music Education, Indiana State Teachers College, Pennsylvania State College. Advisor of the Music Council. Annarose Moraca West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Biology. B. S. College of New Rochelle, Columbia University. Director of Visual Education. Anthony Paulekas F a r r e 1 I, Pennsylvania. Problems of Democracy, Belated History, World Geography. B S., Washington and Jefferson College, University of Pittsburgh. Edinboro State Teachers College. Coach of Varsity Football, Assistant Coach of Track. 16Kathryn Polyzou Farrell, Pennsylvania. Coordinator of Activities, Director of Dramatics, Public Speaking, Speech Correction. A. B., Westminster College, Pennsylvania State College, State University of Iowa. Director of Student Assemblies, Advisor of the Thespian Club. Bessie Stnick Farrell, Pennsylvania. Algebra I. B. A., Westminster College. Advisor of the Cheerleaders and Pep Hallies. Margaret V. Roux K a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. French I and II, World History. B. A., Seton Hill College, M. A., Tulane University, Sarbonne University of Paris, France, Columbia University. Chairman of the Foreign Language Department, Advisor of the Sophomore ('lass, Advisor of the French Club. Joseph C. Tommins Farrell, Pennsylvania. Physical Education, Health. B. S., University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State College, Westminster College. Assistant Coach of Football. Trainer of Athletes. Mildred Anna Roux Farrell, Pennsylvania. Latin 1 and II, English II. B. A., Westminster College, University of Pittsburgh, P e n n s y 1 v a -nia State College. Advisor of the Latin Club. Wilbert W. Wise Farrell, Pennsylvania. Electric Appliance Repair. University of Pittsburgh, California State Teachers College. Mary V. Scardina F a r r e 11, Pennsylvania. English III. Litt. B., G rove City College, Westminster C o 11 e g c, Pennsylvania State College, University of Iowa. Director of the Testing Program. Advisor of the State Scholarship Contestants. Esther A. B. Zentz Farrell, Pennsylvania. English IV. B. A., and Music, Thiel College. University of Pittsburgh. Advisor of the Senior Class, Advisor of “The Reflector Staff”, and Advisor of the Cap and Gown Committee. 17MR. Mrs. Pearl Bartholomew Mrs. Grace Bechtold Rose Bianco Felix Bonadio Dolores Callahan William Cantema Mrs. Helen Frankenberry Charles I lennen JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LEWIS SARCINELLA, Principal Mrs. Sara Ingram Anthony Kilbert Walter Kuhn Mrs. Hannah Lucas Alfred Malatesta Mrs. Nizza Mangus Stephen Marin August Miller Mrs. Victoria Moldovan Kathryn Polyzou John Popadak Helen Sage Margaret Sage James Scanga Florence Wells William White Lydia Zahariou ELEMENTARY FACULTY MISS ALICE NICOLLS Director of Elementary Education JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING Mrs. Geraldine Kuhn Mrs. Agnes Magargee Ann Hetra Mrs. Alberta Osborn Anita Salanti Mildred Sarcinella Mrs. Bernice Zahniser Mrs. Mary Hogue Suzanne Hetra Josephine Kaliney ECKLES BUILDING MRS HAZEL McCREARY, Principal Margaret Martini Margaret Reese Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Mrs. May Richards Ida Nugent Mrs. Mildred Wagner Mrs. Ethel Pintar Mrs. Rose Ballan Mrs. Audrene Batten Mrs. Helen Davis Mary Davis JAMES A. FARRELL BUILDING MRS. ELIZABETH BRODERICK, Principal Ellen Fritchman Mrs. Thelma Garster Margaret Grega Mrs. Virginia McGhee Mrs. Pauline Miller Leola Phipps Gladys Tennant Josephine Zarella Beryl Brown Mrs. Margaret Cheeks Mrs. Lucy Kaliney PARGNY BUILDING NEDRA INGRAM, Principal Edna Martin Mrs. Willie Smith Sara Roscnlx rg Mrs. Margaret Terpack Myrtle Skuse Mrs. Mary Vermeire Mrs. Margaret Smith Mrs. Marie Wellman SECRETARY Miss Rose Castiglione, Secretary to the Principal of the Junior High School HEALTH AND ATTENDANCE DR. A. B. WIERCINSKI, School Physician DR. JOSEPH CHERVINKO, Examiner of Personnel and Athletes DR. DAVID T. WILLIAMS, School Dentist CELIA G. BURNS, School Nurse RALPH MILLER, Attendance Officer 18Secretaries MRS. AGNES MIELCAREK Secretary to the Superintendent STELLA MUDRINIC1I Secretary to the Board of Education Secretary ELAINE CIIOOLITCII Secretary to the Senior High School Principal Clerks MARIE CHIAPPNELLA Clerk in the Superintendent’s Office DOLORES MILLER Clerk in the Superintendent’s Office JOAN BETCIIIE Clerk in the Principal’s Office 19Parent flight Each year the nation’s schools set aside the second week in November as American Education Week. During this time, they make a special effort to acquaint the public with its schools. This year, Parents’ Night was held at the Farrell Senior High School, on Tuesday, November 8, from seven thirty to nine o’clock. On this night approximately four hundred parents and friends visited our school. At seven thirty the students presented an educational program depicting the various activities of the school. Participating in this program were representatives of the various classes and clubs: Narrator—Robert Steiner, Senior Class— Merle Krickich, Junior Class—Thomas Kovach, Sophomore Class—James Marks, Thespians—Bernard Berks, Tri-Hi-Y—Eleanor Nicastro, Hi-Y—Robert Price, Language Clubs—Robert Somich, R. T. Y.’s—Dolores Juranovich, Homemakers Club—Shirley Scott. Library Staff—Michelene Gagliardi, Projectionists—Manuel Joanou, Office Assistants—Marlene Schultz, Attendance Staff—Mary Hansley, Cheerleaders—Jane Allen, Athletic Department—Herbert Williams, Night Rider —Alvin Ackerman. The band and the chorus also rendered several selections. After the program, the parents visited the different rooms and teachers and saw demonstrations in art, clothing construction, food preparation, chemistrv, visual education, mechanical drawing, physics, cosmetology, typewriting, office practice, library science, and publishing a school paper. Then they went to the cafeteria and had refreshments. Thus ended another Parents’ Night in Farrell High School. 20Cafeteria MRS. FLORENCE BURNS Supervisor of the Cafeteria 21ClaM Officer Class of 1950 President Merle Krickich Vice President Arden D’Amico Secretary Dolores Juranovich Advisor Miss Esther A. B. Zentz Class of 1951 President Thomas Kovach Vice President Jules Roux Secretary Margaret Karpinko Advisor Mrs. Julia Wallace Jenkins Class of 1952 President James Marks Vice President Ronald Bunyak Secretary Joanne Mastrian Advisor Miss Margaret Roux23 ddt 6c 6ClctAA ItySO Alvin S. Ackerman March 17. McKeesport, Pennsylvania. Academic Course1. Band, Le Cerclc Franca is. High School Play Cast, Thespian Club. Prom Committee, The Night Rider Editor. The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Quill and Scroll. Mary Ann Aiello September 18. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Homemakers Club, Le Cercle Francais, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Jane V. Allen September 9. Blawnox, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Library Assistant, Tri-Hi-Y, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Cheer Leader, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Bernadette J. Amico January 30. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Library Assistant, Tri-Hi-Y, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff, Latin Club. Donald Roy Anderberg January 1. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Academic Course. FI Circula Espanol. Eugene Bacich September 19. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Fl Circula Espanol. Prom Committee, The Reflector Staff, Public Address System Announcer, Class Basketball Team, Honor Student. Donatius Barber January 17. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course, Band, FI Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad. Marlene 1. Barrcca June 7. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Jeannette High School. SciHi Club, Collectors Club, Drum Majorette, Homemakers Club. Bernard L. Berks November 24. Sharon. Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Public Address System Announcer, Latin Club, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Stair, Quill and Scroll. John M. Berlin May 23. Livingston, California. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee. Thomas W. Bettua April 10. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Hi-Y Club, FI Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Varsity Football Squad. Mildred Bibich November 21. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Trill i-Y, B. T. Y.’s, Fl Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Rose Marie Bohach May 10. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Theresa M. Bosco February 13. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Library Assistant, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Steve Branzovich February 2. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. El Circula Espanol, Wrestling Team, Hi-Y Club. Mary Jean Broscoe July 28. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Tri-lli-Y, Homemakers Club, Latin Club, High School Play Cast, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Cheer Leader, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Model in the Style Show. Edward Joseph Bruno May 18. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Baseball Team, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Managers. Marjorie Burt May 23. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. William J. Buzzeo. February 3. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Le Cercle Francais, Prom Committee, Baseball Team, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, Hi-Y Club. William R. Camp May 8. Linesville, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Band, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Latin Club, Track Team, Honor Student. 24ClaAA ctf QSO Alvin Ackerman Mary Ann Aiello Jane Allen Donald R. Anderberg Eugene Bacich Donatius Barber Bernard Berks John M. Berlin Thomas Bettua Rose Marie Bohach Theresa Bosco Steve Branzovich Edward Bruno Marjorie Burt William Buzzco Bernadette Amico Marlene Barreca Mildred Bihich Jean Broscoe William CampClaAA cjj t9$0 A. Charlecn Campman January 4. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Chorus, Lc Cercle Francais, El Circula Espanol. Katherine Caravolias October 13. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Le Cercle Francais, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Agnes Madeline Carine January 18. Hubbard, Ohio. Commercial Course. Attendance Stall, The Reflector Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, The Night Rider Staff. Donna Charlene Carroll July 7. Transfer, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Tri-Hi-Y, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student. The Reflector Staff. Marilyn Castiglione September 23. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Henry R. Chaya July 25. Hazleton, Pennsylvania. General Course. Elaine M. Cheza September 21. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Library Assistant, Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gvm Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Frank Nl. Chiodo July 9. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Dorothy A. Clirnko May 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Attendance Staff. Mary Ann Ciccarone November 8. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, Homecoming Queen’s Attendant. Tri-Hi-Y, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Homecoming Queen. Nancy A. Cmar April 1. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beautv Culture Course. B. T. Y.’s, Homemakers Club, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Class Basketball Team. Mildred Elizabeth Crim January 13. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. I Iomemakers Club. R. Arden D’Amico May 31. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Sophomore Class President, Freshman Class Vice-President, Junior Class Vice-President, Senior Class Vice-President, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Hi-Y Club, Latin Club, Thespian Club, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Honor Student, Music Council. James N. Davis July 20 Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee. Dean IX Bastiani April 4. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Prom Committee, Class Basketball Team, Hi-Y Club. Ann R. IX Feo February 24. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. B. T. Y s, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Joseph A. DeLise March 19. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Hi-Y (flub, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad. Dolores DeMartinis August 16. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Band Majorette, Tri-Hi-Y, Homemakers Club, Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Betty Jane Denis April 9. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Band Majorette, Chonis, Tri-Hi-Y, Homemakers Club. Frank S. Deronja February 19. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Public Address System Announcer, Latin Club, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student. 26Clau cf I9$0 Charleen Campnian Marilyn Cast iglione Dorothy Chmko Arden D’Amico Joseph DeLise Katherine Caravolias Henry Chaya Mary A. Ciccarone James Davis Delores DeMartinis Agnes M. Carine Elaine Cheza Nancy Cmar Dean DeBastiani Betty Jane Denis Donna Carroll Frank Chiodo Mildred Crim Ann DcFeo Frank DeronjaClaAA tySO Joseph DeVito July 31. Lombardia, Italy. General Course. Hi-Y Club, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Wrestling Team, Gym Exhibition, Class Basketball Team. Ralph DeVito August 1. Lombardia, Italy. Academic Course, Ili-Y Club, Latin Club, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Wrestling Team, Track Team, Baseball Team, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Josephine Diaeoganes September 29. Yorkville, Ohio. Commercial Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition. The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Patricia L. Diegan November 3. Masury, Ohio. Commercial Course. Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Helen Noreen Dimery May 14. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, The Night Rider Staff. William R. Dravesky April 28. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Band, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Hi-Y Club. Francis Richard Dudosh October 5. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Band, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Music Council, Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, District Band. Carol A. Duritsa November 4. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Sharon High School. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Homemakers Club, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club. Peter Paul Dzurinda July 12. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee, The Reflector Staff. Rol ert E. Edwards February 2. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Varsity Football Squad. James D. Ellis July 3. Cambridge, Ohio. General Course. Band, Glee Club, Concert Choir, El Circula Espanol, Gym Exhibition, Mid-western District.Band. Ronald E. Esposito August 28. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Gym Exhibition, Class Basketball Team, The Reflector Staff. Hi-Y. Dorothy Ann Fabian July 15. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Honor Student. Patsy Fauceglia July 4. Washington, Pennsylvania. General Course. Hi-Y Club, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, Class Basketball Team, Thespian Club. Beatrice Ford July 4. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Shirley Mae Ford July 7. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Charles Mark Franek April 27. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Projectionist Staff, Public Address System Announcer, Latin Club, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Track Team, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Michelene Gagliardi June 26. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course Library Assistant, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff, Attendance Staff. Robert John Gelesky July 11. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Hi-Y Club, Latin Club, Football Reserves, Class Basketball Team. Lizabeth B. Gentile February 1. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff. The Reflector Staff.ClaM cfi I9S0 Joseph DeVito Ralph DeVito Josephine Diacogancs Helen Dimery William Dravesky Francis Dudash Peter Dzurinda Robert Edwards James Ellis Dorothy Fabian Patsv Fauceglia Beatrice Ford Mark Franek Michelene Gagliardi Robert Gelesky Patricia Diegan Carol Duritsa Ronald Esposito Shirley Ford Lizabeth GentileClaAA 9S0 Anthony E. Gerbasi April 1. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Sophomore Class Vice-President, Band, Glee Club, Concert Choir, ili-Y Club, Latin Club, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Manager of Baseball. Victor A. Giovanelli February 26. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Band, Music Council, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Track Team, Gym Exhibition, Class Basketball Team. John Ciroski July 14. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Track Team, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff. Class Basketball Team. Bernadine A. Goda March 20. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Tri-Hi-Y, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Homemakers Club. Steve N. Golub September 14. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Ili-Y Club, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Wrestling Team, Track Team. Hugh Richard Grear July 23. Lafayette, Alabama. General Course. El Circula Espanol. Morren Creenburg July 15. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Ili-Y Club, Latin Club, Track Team, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team, Quill and Scroll. Marie A. Griglak November 28. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Band, Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, Prom Committee, The Reflector Staff, Cap and Gown Committee, (’lass Basketball Team. Benedict Francis Gross SeptemlxT 15. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Prom Committee, Manager of Football and Wrestling, Class Basketball Team. Albert Hamilla November 3. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Mary Isabelle Hansley December 3. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff. The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. John Harkulich September 19. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Football Reserves, Basketball Reserves, Baseball Team, Intramural Basketball. Norene Mae Heath September 21. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Sharon High School. Vocational Home Economics Course. Leader's Club, Minstrel, Style Show, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, High School Play Cast, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff. Norma Rae Heath September 21. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Sharon High School. Vocational Home Economics Course. Leader’s Club, Style Show, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Choir, The Reflector Staff. Charles Hedrick September 8. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. El Circula Espanol, Manager of Track. Florence Joyce Hemsley July 30. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. General Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Le Cerck Franeais, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Mary Alice Herrick February 27. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff. Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Raymond C. Horner December 29. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. El Circula Espanol. Honorald Houston February 1. Richmond, Virginia. Academic Course. Band, Le Cercle Fran-cais, Gvm Exhibition. Madeline Vivian James January 26. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course . Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. 30ClaM cjj 19SO Anthony Gerbasi Victor Giovanelli John Giroski Steve Golub Hugh Grear Morren Greenburg Benedict Gross Allx rt Hainilla Mary I. Hanslev Norene Heath Norma Heath Charles Hedrick Mary Alice Herrick Raymond Horner Honorald Houston y t •Sr Bemadi ne Goda Marie Griglak John Harkulich Florence 1 Icinslev Madeline JamesClaAA 1950 Shirley Jean Johnson May 1. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Le Cercle Francais, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Robert J. Juback October 30. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Band, Music Council, Ili-Y Club, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Dolores A. Juranovich August 30. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Tri-Hi-Y, B. T. Y.’s, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Senior Class Secretary. Frank Kachaylo February 1. Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. General Course. El Circula Espanol. Steve Kaliney January 28. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Ili-Y Club, Latin Club. Track Team, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Andrew Kartalis September 19. Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin (dub, Prom Committee, Track Team, Honor Student, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Ili-Y Club, Class Basketball Team. Chrysanthie Kiriakou February 4. Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Octet. Bessie Kladitis September 1. Monessen, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee. Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Homemakers Club. Neina J. Kladitis March 9. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. B. T. Y.’s. Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Smaro N. Kladitis July 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Chorus, Homemakers Club. Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Dorothy II. Kovach February 26. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. B. Frances Kowalski June 5. Farrell. Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Merle Krickich March 16. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Senior Class President, Hi-Y Club, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Manager of Basketball, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Joseph N. Krizancic December 29. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Le Cercle Francais, Wrestling Team, Manager of Athletics, Class Basketball Team. Mildred II. Kubyako March 2. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Band Majorette, B. T. Y.’s, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Teresa E. Lanshcak April 6. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Robert James Laslow May 1. Lcechburg, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Junior Class President, Hi-Y Club, Le Cercle Francais, Prom Committee, Manager of Athletics, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student. Robert Nl. Lichvar June 14. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Chorus, Hi-Y Club, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad, Baseball Team, Gym Exhibition, Honorary Captain of the Football Team, Optimist Sportsmanship Award. Richard Lisovitch May 10. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Latin Club, Varsity Football Squad, Track Team, Gym Exhibition, Hi-Y Club. Victoria Lucas December 10. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Can and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Latin Club. 32ClaM Shirley Johnson Steve Kaliney Neina Kladitis Merle Krickich Robert Laslow Robert Juback Andrew Kartalis Smaro Kladitis Joseph Krizancic Robert Lichvar Dolores Juranovich Chrysanthie Kiriakou Dorothy Kovach Mildred Kubyako Richard Lisovitch Frank Kachaylo Bessie Kladitis Frances Kowalski Teresa Lanshcak Victoria LucasClaAA 9S0 John Ludu February 20. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Dorothy M. Malenky September 10. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Anthony James Nlancino January 22. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Chorus, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Track Team, Gym Exhibition. Rachel Ann Marasco July 9. Punxsutawnev, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Band, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, El Circula Espanol, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Night Rider Staff. Georgia Ann Marincich May 6. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Band Majorette, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition. Irene Annette Marnejon February 21. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Bettie McEndree November 18. Dillonville, Ohio. General Course. Band Majorette, Homemakers Club, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Helen McLaren February 25. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Library Assistant, Attendance Staff, Le Cercle Francais, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Suzanne McLaren August 11. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. B. T. Y.’s, Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Jerry J. Missory April 30. Farrell. Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Hi-Y Club, Le Cercle Francais, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team, Public Address System Announcer. Richard E. Moore February 20. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Track Team, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Cafeteria Staff. Virginia Mae Morrison August 21. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Albert M. Mudrinich March 15. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. El Circula Espanol, Basketball Reserves, Varsity Basketball Squad, Baseball Team, The Night Rider Managers, Gym Exhibition. Patricia L. Nakich March 17. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Band, Library Assistant, B. T. Y.'s, Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Class Play. B. Elaine Nelson November 1. Spring Township, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff. James Burton Newman July 24. Meadville, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Eleanor Nl. Nicastro August 17. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class Secretary, Band, Chorus, Concert Choir, Public Address System Announcer, Tri-IIi-Y, Homemakers Club, El Circula Espanol, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Evelyn Elsie Ondich July 3. Braddock, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff. Ronald George Qndich September 26. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Frank T. Opalenik November 8. General Course. Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. 34ClaM ctf 19SO John Ludu Dorothy Malenky Anthonv Mancino Rachel Marasco Georgia Ann Marineich Irene Mamejon Bettio McEndree Helen McLaren Suzanne McLaren Jerry Missory Richard Moore Virginia Morrison Albert Mudrinich Patricia Nakich Elaine Nelson James Newman Eleanor Nicastro Evelyn Ondich Ronald Ondich Frank OpalenikClaM ctf 1950 Mary M. Orosz February 27. Youngstown, Ohio. Conunercial Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Honor Student. Dolores M. Palanti August 25. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. B. T. Y.'s, El Circula Espanol, Cap and Gown Committee, Cheer Leaders, The Reflector Staff. Agnes M. Palik May 16. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Library Assistant, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Stall. Dorothy Ann Palko May 10. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. William N. Panzo January 8. Warren, Ohio. General Course. Ili-Y Club, Manager of Athletics. Agnes Marie Parcetich August 14. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club. William John Paszul June 15. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee. Paul Frank Pendel April 5. Sharon. Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Richard E. Perrine February 24. Greenville, Pennsylvania. General Course. James L. Phillips March 1. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Band, Chorus, Glee Club, Concert Choir, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Squad, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Jeremiah Alton Phillips March 4. West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Band. Thomas D. Phillips June 18. Sharon, Pennsylvania. General Course. Audrey Arlene Podolsky February 24. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Quill and Scroll, High School Play, Thespian Club. John Robert Pollack April 17. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, Varsity Football Squad, Football Reserves, Class Basketball Team, Hi-Y Club, Gym Exhibition. Eleanor Frances Pranic August 28. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Class Basketball Team, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Robert Price December 12. Steubenville, Ohio. Academic Course. Hi-Y Club, Le Cercle Fran-cais, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Wrestling Team, The Reflector Staff. John Joseph Reardon September 30. Sluirpsville, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Prom Committee, The Reflector Staff. Merrie Reda November 16. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, Night Rider Managers, Homemakers Club. Rena Marie Ricci June 26. Glen White, West Virginia. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Arthur R. Rocco June 17. Bencstare, Calabria, Italy Academic Course. Le Cercle Francais, Latin Club, Track Team. 36ClaAA cf[ 950 Mary Orosz William Panzo Richard Pcrrinc Audrey Podolskv John Reardon Dolores Palanti Agnes Parcetich James Phillips John PollacK Merric Reda Agnes Palik William Paszul Jeremiah Phillips Eleanor Pranic Rena Rieei Dorothy Palko Paul Pendel Thomas Phillips Robert Price Arthur RoecoClaM ctf 1950 Violet . 1. Rudolph May 21. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Tri-Hi-Y, Attendance Staff, Prom Committee, The Night Rider Staff. The Reflector Staff, Homecoming Queen’s Attendant, Office Assistant, Honor Student. Dominic A. Russo November 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Prom Committee, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Wrestling Team, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Hi-Y Club. John D. Sabo August 4. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. El Circule Espa-nol. Prom Committee, Track Team. Floretta Salandria November 28. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course, Band, Chorus, Music Council, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, The Reflector Staff, Cap and Gown Committee. Theressa E. Saribalas January 10. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cheer Leader, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Cap and Gown Committee. Jeannette Lorraine Satterwhite August 25. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. General Course. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Nicholas J. Scarmack August 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Hand, Latin Club. Lucille A. Scharville December 20. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Library Assistant. B. T. Y.’s, Homemakers Club, The Reflector Staff. Thomas 1. Schiller January 1. Baltimore, Maryland. Commercial Course. Marlene Schultz Noveml er 26. Youngstown, Ohio. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Shirley J. Scott August 18 Masury, Ohio. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Model in Style Show. Virginia B. Settle May 24. New Castle, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gvm Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff, Cafeteria Staff, Thespian Club. Mary Anne Sholtis July 29. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Library Assistant, Attendance Staff, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Office Assistant. Alberta Louise Shupienis May 20. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Homemakers Club, Class Basketball Team, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Shirley Ann Smiley May 21. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Band, Chorus, Music Council, Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee. Paul Fred Smith November 18. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Band, Latin Club, Football Reserves, Basketball Reserves, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Irvine Solomon March 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Le Cercle Francais, Gym Exhibition. Robert T. Somich May 23. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Ili-Y Club. Le Cercle Francais, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Honor Student, Class Basketball Team, The Reflector Staff. T. Harry Sposito January 11. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Latin Club, The Reflector Staff. Bert C. Squatrito September 3. Sharon, Pennsvlvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, Wrestling Team, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, Art Contestant Winner. 38ClaM ctf 1950 Violet Rudolph Theressa Saribalas Thomas Schiller Mary Anne Sholtis Irvine Solomon Dominie Russo Jeannette Satterwhite Marlene Schultz Alberta Shupienis Robert Somich John Sabo Xicholas Scarniack Shirley Scott Shirlev Smiley Harry Sposito Floretta Salandria Lucille Scharville Virginia Settle Paul F. Smith Bert SquatritoClaAA ItySO I homas R. Stanton August 24. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Wrestling Team, Gym Exhibition. The Night Rider Managers. Mary Louise Steihlv January 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Junior ('lass Secretary, Homecoming Queens Attendant, Tri-Hi-Y, El Circula Espanol, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Honor Student, Class Basketball Team. Rosemarie Steiner December 22. Mercer, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, B. T. Y's Club, The Reflector Staff. Margaret Esther Sweeney August 8. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. General Course. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Veronica M. lailarico September 25. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gvm Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. George Tatusko February 1. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Projectionist Staff, Hi-Y Club, Latin Club, Le Cercle Francais, The Reflector Staff, Track Team. Robert T. Taylor June 14. Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Vocational Industrial Course. Band, Prom Committee, Wrestling Team, Night Rider Managers. Frances’ A. Telega May 14. Greenville, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, Honor Student, The Reflector Staff. Beverly Jean Tennant December 16. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition. Osborne L. Thomas June 27. Farrell, Pennsylvania. General Course. Chorus, Veteran in the United States Army, El Circula Espanol, Varsity Football Team. Judith K. Tirotta April 11. South Bond, Indiana. Vocational Home Economics Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gvm Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff. Model iti Style Show, Tri-Hi-Y. Catherine Irene Totea November 3. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff. Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition. Irene M. Toth June 5. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Chorus, Concert Choir, Tri-lli- (Tub,Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff. Sarah Tuniage July 2. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Jean D. Unger September 4. Greenville, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff. Rosemarie Veltri October 10. Erie, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Chorus, Music Council, Concert Choir, Attendance Stafr, Tri-Hi-Y Club, Le Cercle Francais, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Honor Student, The Night Rider Queen. Joseph M. Wasko April 17. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, The Reflector Staff, High School Play Cast, Cheerleader. Marguerite Wharry January 7. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Library Assistant, Latin Club, El Circula Espanol, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff, The Night Rider Managers, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team, Quill and Scroll. Charlotte C. Williams November 3. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Commercial Course. Attendance Staff, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Exhibition, The Reflector Staff, Class Basketball Team. Herbert Williams October 26. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Latin Club, Football Reserves, Varsity Football Squad, Basketball Reserves, Track Team, Varsity Basketball Squad. 40Thomas Stanton Veronica Tallarico Beverly Tennant Irene Toth Joseph Wasko Mary Louise Steibly George Tatusko Osborne Thomas Sarah Tumage Marguerite Wharry Rose Marie Steiner Rolx rt Taylor Judith Tirotta Jean Unger Charlotte Williams Margaret Sweeney Frances Telega Catherine Totea Rose Marie Veltri Herbert Williams 5 - CtaAA ctf IQSOClaAA ItySO Edward Winiecki Donald Wojtanoski Dolores Xirakis Bernadette Yonek Philomena Zuccaro Concetta Jean Direnzo Edward R. Winiecki February 17. New Kensington, Pennsylvania. General Course. Latin Club, Wrestling Team, Manager of Athletics. Donald J. Wojtanoski October 6. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Freshman Class President, Projectionist Staff, Hi-Y Club, Latin Club, High School Play Cast, Thespian Club, Gym Exhibition, The Night Rider Staff Dolores M. Xirakis February 27. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Home Economics Course. Homemakers Club, Cap and Gown Committee, Model in the Style Show. Bernadette C. Yonek August 25. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. Band Majorette, B. T. Y’s. Philomena A. Zuccaro February 17. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. Home Economics Course. Band, Chorus, Concert Choir, Homemakers Club, Prom Committee, The Night Rider Staff, The Reflector Staff. Concetta Jean Direnzo February 14, 1931. Farrell, Pennsylvania. Vocational Beauty Culture Course. B. T. Y., Gym Exhibition, Cap and Gown Committee. Deceased July 6, 1949. In Memoriam. Jane Allen Bernadette Amico Eugene Bacich Mildred Bibich Jean Broscoe William Camp Donna Carroll Arden D’Amico Frank Deronja Ralph DeVito Carol Ann Duritsa ijchct £ctl Dorothy Fabian Michclene Gagliardi Morren Greenburg Mary Alice Herrick Dolores Juranovich Andrew Kartalis Chrysantbie Kiriakou Bessie Kladitis Dorothy II. Kovach Robert Laslow Victoria Lucas Dorothy Malenky Eleanor Nicastro Mary Orosz James Phillips Eleanor Pranic Violet Rudolph Thomas Schiller Alberta Shupienis Robert Somich Frances Telega 42ClaAA HiAto Ci 1950 Having completed eight chapters in our school career, we, the Class of 1950, entered the Senior High School as Freshmen. It was at this time that Mr. Kearns resigned his position as Superintendent of the Farrell Public Schools to accept a seat in the 80th Congress. Our former principal, Mr. Hetra, was then elected superintendent, and Mr. Pintar was elected principal. After several weeks of school, our class, under the direction of our advisor, Mr. Gene Vance, elected our class officers, president, Donald Wojtanoski; vice-president, Arden D’Amico; secretary, Eleanor Nicastro. Our main social events for this vear were two dances, an Autumn Frolic and a Spring Frolic. With the ninth chapter of our school career drawing to a close, we looked forward to chapter ten and our Sophomore year. Chapter Ten—Our Sophomore Year. Under the direction of Miss Anne Gojdics, our class advisor, we elected the following as our class officers: Arden D Amico, president; Anthony Gerbasi. vice-president; Eleanor Nicastro, secretary. Mary Lou Steibly was our class representative in the Queen’s court for the Homecoming festivities. We held our annual Freshman-Sophomore Spring Frolic, which was an enjoyable event. With half of our Senior High School years completed, we looked forward to our next school term when we would reign as Juniors. Chapter Eleven—Our Junior Year. We, as upperclassmen, were determined to make it a successful grade. With the aid of Mrs. Julia Wallace Jenkins, our class advisor, we elected Robert Laslow, Arden D’Amico, and Marv Lou Steiblv as our class officers. To represent our class in the Homecoming festivities, we selected Marv Ann Ciccarone as the aueen’s attendant. This vear we plaved hosts to the Seniors at the Junior-Senior Prom. The theme of our prom was “Down Mexico Way”. The gym was elaborately decorated in Spanish attire with a center-piece of two thousand balloons. As Lee Pritz. senior class president, presented the cap and gown to Robert Laslow. junior class president, at the Farewell Assembly, we were determined to uphold the standards and ideals of our school. Too soon, “Chapter Twelve, the 1949-1950 School Term”, came around and we were seniors. Miss Esther A. B. Zentz. our class advisor, directed us. We elected our class officers, Merle Krickich, president: Arden D’Amico, vice president: and Dolores Juranovich, secretary. Our first social event for this vear was the Homecoming Dance with Mary Ann Ciccarone reigning as queen, and Marv Lou Steibly and Violet Rudolph as senior attendants. Many members of our class were active participants in the band, the chorus, the football team, the basketball team, the school plavs, the school clubs, and the organizations. This vear. wr chose our class colors, navy blue and pink, our class flower, babv orchid, and our class motto, “Onward Ever—Ceasing Never”. Soon came May 12. when we attended the Junior-Senior Prom as guests of the Junior Class. This year the prom was held in an all night session with merchants and organizations of Farrell helping to sponsor it. On Mav 22. we held the annual Senior Breakfast, followed by the Farewell Assembly and a dav of merriment at Idora Park. With smiles on our lips and sorrow in our hearts, we bade farewell to our Alma Mater, classmates and teachers. On May 28 and 29 we attended Baccalaureate Service and Commencement Exercises. Now, with the greatest and the most enjoyable years of our school life completed, we look back upon our school years with fond memories that we shall never forget. 43 ELEANOR NICASTROCtaAA 795 First Row James Campman Steve Benya Samuel Carine Steve Butchko Vilma Betchie Raymond Chess Robert Ballock Martin Bauer Harrison Blackwell ROOM 4 Second Row Helen Bartko Mary Bullish Russell Buchanan Robert Carson Fred Bobby Norce Adair Rudolph Bacich Rosemarie Bukmuz Angcline Bonacci Vivian Bentley Third Row Raymond Carroll Ruth Ann Berger Clara Bosco Violet Balach Kathleen Broderick Murilvn Chaussard Violet Blazek Carmel Bencivengo Eugene Caputo Julia Abate ROOM 5 First Row Second Row Joseph Clovesko Philip Fieri Lenora Covington Ronald Chestnut William Hood Joseph Costa Paul Frankovich Alma Edwards Robert Elia Joyce Drake Edward Grear Paul Fetsko George Giroski John Grande John Goda Paul Chestnut John Chiodo Eugene Guerino Mike Gargano Walker Gunn Third Row Rosalyn DeMarco Thomas Fulford Ronald Fleet Gertrude I larakal Harry Grande Jacob Chrnko Eleanor Dmochowski Jean Gancsos Ann Cica Nancy Drake Phyllis Grimaldi MR. JAMES BACOX First Row Thomas Kovach Otto Kalman Andrew Meleky Louis Mirage Marion Lampkins Anthony Knott William Hornak Fred Husnick Robert Low Howard Meier ROOM 3 Second Row Frances LaCamera Pearlie Hooker Pearl Mosley Lila Lathrop William James Kathleen Meyers Anna McCoy Dolores Kajma Caroline Mineo I )olores Kowalcyzk David Mittman Third Row Sally Napoli tan Ursula Kibush Carol Liener Phyllis Kirshenbaum Irene Mudrinich Margaret Karpinko Elizabeth Kopnicky Marie Kopnicky Nancy Kubyako Mary Kladitis John Lehotay Dorothy Milikich 45 MR. JOSEPH NESTICITcum . mi ROOMS 10, 11, 29 46ClaM 195 ROOM 10 Forst Row John Roller Robert Schambura Stephen Prezgay Laurence Smith Michael Prezioso Michael Smith Edward Pencil Robert Sabo Anthony Palanti Robert Resler Second Row Betty Staul Minnie Roth Mary Pilone Lucille Satterwhite Malloy Sanders Eugene Robinson Henry Stawaisz Walter Smith Virginia Nastoff Richard Sposito Genovia Richardson Third Row Roselyne Nasser Margaret Phillips Barbara Palm Jules Roux Peggy Regis Otto Rogan Marlene Schiller Fritz Spnite Patricia Pagonis Barbara Perriello Patricia Rick MRS. JULIA JENKINS Class Advisor First Row-Jack Yurcich George Sveda Anthony Stroma Walter Ulica Edward Yakell James Vemille Franklin Tolone ROOM 11 Second Row Geraldine Stefanick Carmen Suso Roosevelt Tolone Frank Vellente Thomas Warwick Antoinette Testa Joan Sweeney Kenneth Thompson Third Row Patricia Wolfe Martha Weiser Julianne Uroseva Kathleen Steiner Betty Vranjes Rose Steele Wanda Summers Almeda Williams MISS BESSIE STRUCK First Row Leonard Sonoga Charles Brady John Apa Manuel Joanou Edward Volansky Noel Moss Joel Berger Andrew Erish ROOM 29 Second Row' Janet Matthews Armatine Moore Joseph Brown George Harakal Thomas Palmer Daniel Miller Edwin Davis John Antonino Third Row Marlene Gunther Jean Mastrian Robert Steiner Frances Leonard Magdeline Komar Thomas D’Amico Constance Marenchin Jean Kachic 47 MISS SARAH COOLEYC M of ROOMS 203, 204, 200 •18ClaM off J9SZ First Row Mary Aspromatis Robert Ackerman Dolores Darich John Caravolias Peggy Carine Dorothy Denis James Buchanan Catherine Brown Paula DeBrakeleer Angeline Basile Room 203 Second Row Elsie Bacon Richard Adler Sy Alii Paul Bohach Joanne Cheza Ronald Carson Dolores Cavalero Carol Brauchle Stephen Andrusky Dolores Amico Patricia Brady Third Row Ronald Bunyak Stephen Balough Anthony Bacich Samuel Dailey Nickolas Dan Ronald Crosby George Balluch Bruce Cumberledge Robert Adair John Daris Eli Crisan MISS HELEN CRIMES First Row Dolores Dresel Joseph Guiseffi Robert Hoffman Michael DePreta Joseph Fronko Ronald Frado Ronald Halula James Johnson Daniel Hurayt Richard Homyak Joseph Hedrick Room 204 Second Row Helen M. Dragash James Fakinos Paul Hranko Mildred Greene Dorothy Hutz Margaret Feher Mary Lou Hartskv Priscilla Feher Frank Gagliardi Doris Golub Sara Hooker Third Row Norma Gluich Martha Hardy Martha Fritchman Betty Hornyak Theresa Gervase Donna Green Nicholas Dragash Theresa Gatty Marie Gentile Antoinette DeSantis Dolores Gavdosh MISS MARGARET ROUX Class Advisor Room 206 First Row Second Row Ruth Marinchin Patrick Lenzi Leonard Kutnak Samuel Mathis James Marks Mary Kladitis Michael Missik Ruth Ann Matanin Raymond Kroskoski Veronica Kerlick Edward McCormick Beverly McCluskey Paul Malenky June Lee Jack Lait Connie Kashay Eleanor Ludu Larry Kilbert Norman Kcllum Richard Kozma Theresa Kulka Third Row Daniel Martino Dolores Maestri Andrew Kennedy Louise Morsillo Mary Lou Marks Joanne Mastrian Ann Liscio Theresa Grande Dorothy Moder Rose Mahonovich Edward Megyesi 49 MR. DAVID LEWISOu4 a i9sz ROOMS 22;], 224, 29 COFirst How Mary Ellen Roqueplot Alexander Pustingcr Nicholas Raich William Nemctz Eugene Roqueplot Julius McCoy Robert Pegues John Sabol Richard Santcll Virginia Rock First Row Gerald Wolfe Maximo White Charles Sturdivant William Schumaker Thomas Williams Ronald Schambura Ronald Wells Theodore Smith Donald Wright Thomas Tziahanas Paul Schiller First Row Michael Goda Elmer Falasco James Yazvac Albert Fronko Christ Kiriakou Donald Satterwhite Joseph Patrizi ClaAA I9S2 Room 223 Second Row Norma Partich George Phillips Joan Nauman Marian Polyzou Margaret Sabo Patricia Purash Peter Phillips Richard Pacileo Marcella Palm Walter Parcetich Third Row James McLaren Ann Reda Theresa Patrizi Margaret Sakony Shirley Paddock Thomas Pet rick Bernice Rothenberg Roberta Reagle Carmela Pilliteri Marie Rehak MISS ALICE GRIFFITH Room 224 Second Row Lavetta Satterwhite Pearl White Frances Soloski Morris Thompson Jack Scarvel Louise Scmons Violet Sremcich Marjorie Svetina Blanche Williams Jessie Williams Grace Toskin Third Row Margaret Tatusko Janet Unger Joanne Visclli Shirley Volansky Beverly Sposito Erminia Zuccaro James Squatrito Andrew Schuster Joan Unger Marie Santelli Bernice Telega MISS MARY J. BROWN Room 29 Second Row Joseph Biro Diana Rozzi Paid Stanton Michael Roth Pauline Paulekas Thomas Orlxm Robert Szabo Shirlev Kraynak Third Row Geraldine Elia Harriet Kozar Bridget Donatelli Terry Komar Joan Thomas Samuel Kladitis Caroline Dyll Jennie Gargano MR. MILTON KATZ 51Class c{f IQ49 Patsy A. Abate James Adair Theresa Marie Alexa Mary Annette Alongi Ann L. Alston Mary E. Alter Paul D. Amico Paul S. Amico Anthony M. Anastasas Antoinette Apa Andrew A. Apisa Frank Asafaylo Glenn Edward Bacon Elizabeth Balash Margaret Banas Shirley A. Bastide Evelyn M. Bauer James J. Bencivengo, Jr. Joan F. Betchie Hilla E. Blackwell Joanne A. Borawski Margaret Bowman John Richard Broscoe Casimar Buglak Lorna Jean Bukus Frank J. Busco Henrietta Marie Callahan Shirley Suzanne Capson Dorothy J. Carine Genevieve Castiglione Jack E. Chaussard Marcelene Chess Albert C. Chestnut Peter A. Chiodo Elaine M. Choolitch Dorothy Arlene Christman John Ciechasky Ellen Ciotola William C. Cipriano George James Connor Elio Frank Conticelli Alessandra Crivello Elena Dan Bernard N. David David T. David Leroy A. DeBrakeleer Theresa DeCarmine George Paul DeMark Carmella I eMatteo Joan Derloni Joseph Eugene Diatko Adele Dolores Dicke Carl E. Donaldson Frances Virginia Dunlap Gloria Margaret Jane Durbin Vincent Elia Louis Fatimus Frances Florence Fetsko Michael Bernard Fiscus Alvin G. Fore Dolores Elaine Frado Joanne L. Franek Karl F. Frankovitch James F. Fritchman Mary Catherine Gargano Edward Michael Coda Eleanor Frances Grande Theodore C. Gregoroff Pearl Louise Gutierrez Emanuel E. Hailstoek Simon Harakal Jay Leonard Hartstein Louis Raymond Hedrick Sally Ann Hetra Gloriann Hogue Berry Lee Holloway, Jr. Dolores Christina Hood Michael Hrisoulas Dolores Elizabeth Hyatt Joseph P. Iacino Raymond Ianniri David Elmer James Helen K. Janosko Albert S. Kachic Walter A. Kaletka Charles F. Kardos Stephen G. Karlovich George Keryan Samuel S. Kladitis Beatrice Ann Kolesar Michael J. Komar Patricia D. Komar Chester J. Kowalczyk Andrew J. Kowalskv Robert K. Kramerich Phyllis D. Kretchek Raymond Kustron Dorothy Kuzniar Slavko John Lazich Constantine N. Leftheris Ralph B. Lenzi Fred L. Leunis Betty Jane Liener Byrae Joan Liener Grace Louise Low Catherine Lucas Joseph Lucas Ossian Charles Luckey Raymond R. Maestri Gerald Marks Rebecca Martino Julianne Masian Dolores I. Matvey Gloria Deane McCoy James F. McCoy Beverly Ann McGhee Edward E. McIntyre Beulah Grace McNeal Henry D. Meier Louis J. Mercurio Edward Metelsky Doris Pearl Miles Ida Miletta Dolores Miller Margaret Rose Miller Joseph Nlirizio, Jr. Lee Mittman Jay Roger Moburg Mary Elizabeth Mosley Jerrold Moss Achilles Mouganis Robert Mudrinich Margaret A. Muscarella Frank J. Napolitan Mitchell Nasser Albert Nicastro Vincent J. Pacileo Irene Paczak Donald S. Palko Helen E. Parcetich Alfred E. Paulekas Theodore Pedas John Martin Pendel Catherine Viola Perrine Marie Perry Julia Rose Petrucci Shirley 1. Petrucci Michael Prezgay Hilton T. Prince, Jr. Lee V. Pritz Paul E. Ray Lena Repas Laurence Richardson Albert Joseph Rococi Michael J. Kogan Anthony D. Rotell Marie Jane Rugiero Michael J. Sabo Marion R. Sadowski Margaret L. Sanders Rcba V. Satterwhite Samuel George Sava Rose Marie Scarmack Joseph E. Scarvel 1 Theresa Louise Sed Julia Senick William E. Simmons Melvin Michael Slezak Edmund Julius Sonoga Thomas L. Springer Norman Joseph Stanger George Stanovich Philip Stanton Norbert Stefanak Francis Stefanick Betty Jayne Steiner Joseph M. Stetar Thomas R. Stewart Theodore R. Talbert Joseph P. Tarcy Edward J. Telega Charles J. Tennant Daniel Robert Thomas Richard W. Thompson Leona Bemadine Tobias Robert J. Toskin James E. Toth Norma Louise Tralich Richard J. Vasile Anthonv J. Venetti Mildred Ann Vernille John Mark Vozar Branvie Vuich Harold Edward Wasser Violet Louise Wasser Doretha Wearing Charles Edward Weiser Bertha Wharry Frank L. White Albert M. Wolgast Carl Yankovich Joseph P. Yazvac Rose Mary Yevchak Robert William ZickarUcHct £t CLASS OF 1949 Academic Course Gloria M. J. Durbin, First Honors Pearl L. Gutierrez, Second Honors Evelyn M. Bauer Theresa Louise Sed Beverly A. McGhee Alfred Paulekas Byrde Joan Liener Shirley A. Bastide Betty Jane Liener J. Richard Broscoe Anthony J. Venetti Michael Sabo Albert Kachic Betty Jane Steiner Raymond Maestri Suzanne Capson Commercial Course Sally Ann Hetra, First Honors Ellen M. Ciotola, Second Honors Lorna J. Bukus Joan Betchie Irene Paczak Dolores I. Matvey Elaine M. Chooliteh Theresa M. Alexa Anne L. Alston General Course Vocational Course Norbert J. Stefanak, First Honors Violet L. Wasser, First Honors 1948-1949 Farrell American Legion Award Farrell American Legion Award Farrell Booster Club Mathematics Award College Club of Sharon English Award Bausch Lomb Optical Company Science Award Women’s Club of Sharon All-around School Citizen Award Farrell Booster Club Science Award L. G. Balfour Company Honor Keys L. G. Balfour Company Honor Keys Farrell Music Guild Music Award Farrell Music Guild Music Award Farrell Parent-Teachers Organization Vocational Home Economics Award Farrell Parent-Teachers Organization Vocational-Industrial Department Award Monday Study Club I Ionor, Service, Scholarship Award Norbert Stefanak Theresa L. Sed Raymond Maestri Gloria Durbin Alfred Paulekas Theresa Sed Alfred Paulekas Gloria Durbin Pearl Gutierrez Gloria Durbin John R. Broscoe Julia Petrucci James Bencivengo Ann Alston 53ClaAA 1949 SENIOR BREAKFAST PROGRAM MAY 23, 1949 8:00 A. M. Welcome Speech Grace ............................ ............ Poem ...................... Speech....... ............. Quartet James Fritchman, Louis Fatimus, Eugene Original Poem Speech .......... Poem ..... Speech .................... President Lee Pritz Helen Dan Julianne Masian Patricia Komar Diatko, Richard Broscoe Rose Mary Yevchak Mary Alongi Mrs. Jenkins ............. Mr. Pintar FAREWELL ASSEMBLY PROGRAM MAY 23, 9:00 A. M. Processional “Star Spangled Banner” Devotionals Welcome Speech Piano Solo............ Speech ............... Awards Senior Orchestra Shirley Bastide Alfred Paidekas Richard Broscoe Mr. Pintar Edward Telega, Joseph Tarcy, Peter Chiodo, Michael Sabo. Richard Broscoe, Andrew Apisa Class Poem ...................................................... Violet Wasser Poem ............................................................. Byrde Liener Class Will Secretary Theresa Sed Quartet James Fritchman, Louis Fatimus, Eugene Diatko, Richard Broscoe Poem ..................................................... Betty Jayne Steiner Presentation and Acceptance of Cap and Gown Senior Class President Lee Pritz Junior Class President Robert Laslow Song by Octet Poem Farewell Poem Farewell Speech Dismissal Speech “Auld Lang Syne” “Alma Mater” Recessional Joanne Franek, Loma Bukus, Joan Betchie, Evelyn Bauer, Helen Dan, Ellen Ciotola, Elaine Choolitch, Doris Miles Betty Jane Liener ........................................ Pearl Gutierrez Evelyn Bauer ................................................ Mr. Iletra CLASS OF 1949 OFFICERS President Lee Pritz Vice President Joseph Yazvac Secretary Theresa Sed Class Advisor Miss Esther A. B. Zentz 54Cku ( W9 THE 1949 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1949 Processional—“War March of the Priests” Mendelssohn Farrell Senior High School Band Francis J. Patt, Conducting Invocation The Reverend Joseph A. Ciaiola Curate of the St. Anthony De Padua Church “Emitte Spiritum Tuum” (Send Forth Thv Spirit) Schuetky Farrell Senior High School Concert Choir Samuel J. Carr.pagna, Conducting Sermon The Rev. John S. Cizmar Pastor of St. Ann’s Church “The Lord Bless You and Keep You” Lutkin The Concert Choir Benediction The Reverend A. A. Petrick Pastor of St. Michael’s Greek Catholic Church Recessional—“Pomp and Circumstance” The Band Elgar FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1949 Processional—“War March of the Priests” F. Mendelssohn Farrell Senior High School Band Francis J. Patt. Conducting Invocation Dr. Charles R. Cheeks Clarinet Duet—“Dianne” Col. Vesey Walker Peter Chiodo and Edward Telega John Richard Broscoe, Accompanist Introduction of Speaker John Iletra Superintendent of Schools Commencement Address “This Is Your Day Dr. Russell J. Humbert Pastor, Trinity Methodist Chinch, Youngstown, Ohio Flute Solo—“Entr’acte Gavotte” from Mignon Ambroise Thomas Gloria Jane Durbin John Richard Broscoe, Accompanist Honor Roll and Awards Anthony J. Pintar Senior High School Principal Band Selection—Selections from “Carousel” Richard Rodgers Presentation of Diplomas Superintendent John Hetra Principal Anthony J. Pintar Recessional—“Pomp and Circumstance” Edward Elgar The BandCheer leader A Co-captain Jane Allen Co-captain Jean Broseoe Theressa Saribalas Nancy Kubyako Mary Ballish Dolores Palanti Advisor Miss Bessie Struck 5657 Athletic Athletic Council Anthony J. Pintar, President ATHLETIC COUNCIL Anthony J. Pintar Ralph E. Dresch Anthony Paulekas Edward J. McCluskey Charles E. Hennen John Popadak Joint Hetra Anthony C. Tortorete Edward S. Purich Samuel A. Magnotto Roy DeBrakeleer 58 RALPH E. DRESCH Secretary-T reasurer Director of AthleticsHwecwty October 21, 1949 Captain—Dominic Russo, Homecoming Queen—Mary Ann Ciccarone, Captain—Arden D’Amico George Keryan Samuel Nicastro Paul Amico Alfred Paulekas Joseph DeLise Edmund Sonoga Marion Lampkins Steve Butchko Merle Krickich VarMtif Xettemeh 1948-1949 FOOTBALL Anthony Mancino Ralph DeVito Edward Bruno Robert Lichvar Frank Napolitan BASKETBALL Herbert Williams Joseph DeLise Robert Juback Donald Wojtanoski Herbert Williams Joseph Mirizio Arden D’Amico Patsy Abate James Phillips Edmund Sonoga Louis Mercurio Robert Laslovv Thomas Springer James Squatrito Russell Wedlake Martin Bauer Herbc rt Williams Steve Golub Edward Coda Joseph Yazvac George Sveda Ralph DeVito John Harkulich WRESTLING James Benc-ivengo Richard Vasile Joseph DeVito TRACK George Keryan George Connor BASEBALL Edward Bruno Steve Butchko Mike Smith CHEER LEADERS Norbert Stefanak Raymond Kustron Alfred Paulekas Albert Chestnut Edmund Sonoga Richard Moore Theodore Tallx‘rt Albert MudrinicK Robert Lichvar • Richard Broscoe George Keryan 59 Joanne Franek Doris MilesJcctball £qua fj 60Jcctball FOOTBALL SENIORS Edward Bruno, Ralph DeVito, Anthony Mancino, Robert Lichvar, Steve Golub, Joseph DeLise, James Phillips, Richard Moore, Herbert Williams, Arden D’Amico, Dominic Russo. FOOTBALL SQUAD AT GREAT LAKES CAMP FOR BOYS First Row: Malloy Sanders, Maximo White, John Searvel, Paul Chestnut, Alexander Pustinger, Robert Hoffman, Joseph Fronko, Charles Sturdivant, Robert Santell, William Schumaker, George Sevda. Second Row: Edward Bruno, Ralph DeVito, Anthony Mancino, Robert Lichvar, Steve Golub, Joseph DeLise, James Phillips, Richard Moore, Herbert Williams, Arden D’Amico, Dominic Russo. Third Row: James Vernille, Theodore Smith, George Bullish, Ronald Wells, Martin Bauer, Robert Perguese, Eugene Roqueplot, Julius McCoy, Robert Ballock, Marion Lampkins, Edward Yakel, William Johnson, Robert Bunyak, Robert Carson, Harrison Blackwell. FOOTBALL SQUAD AND COACHES AT THE END OF THE SEASON First Row: Edward Bruno, James Phillips, Ralph DeVito, Anthony Mancino, Head Coach Anthony Paulckas, Captain Robert Lichvar, Herbert Williams, Joseph DeLise, Steve Golub, Arden D’Amico. Second Row: Assistant Coach Charles E. Hennen, Dominic Russo, Richard Moore, Martin Bauer, Robert Ballock, Marion Lampkins, Steve Butchko, Julius McCoy, George Sveda, Maximo White, Assistant Ccach John Popadak. Third Row: Robert Carson, William Schumaker, Si Alii, Robert Hoffman, Charles Sturdivant, Edward Yakell, Ronald Bunyak, Alexander Pustinger, Robert Peguese. Fourth Row: Manager Walter Smith, Theodore Smith, Joseph Fronko, Anthony Knott, George Ballish, Eugene Roqueplot, Harrison Blackwell, Jack Searvel, Manager Jack Yurcich. 1949 FOOTBALL RECORD September 9 Erie Academy 9 Farrell 12 September 16 Meadville 0 Farrell 16 September 23 Vandergrift 12 Farrell 0 September 30 Erie East 19 Farrell 20 October 7 Campbell Memorial 13 Farrell 18 October 14 New Castle 13 Farrell (1 October 21 Beaver Falls 14 Farrell 0 October 28 Rochester 0 Farrell 0 November 11 Sharon 0 Farrell 20 61Ifke 1999 Jcctltall £eaJch FOOTBALL CAMP Under the guidance of Coach Anthony Paule-kas and his Assistant Coach2s Charles E. Hennen, John Popadak and Joseph Tommins, the candidates for the Farrell High School football team left August 20 for the Great Lakes Camp for Boys near Erie where they planned to train for two weeks and then return. Upon returning home, Mr. Paulekas announced that the captains for each game would be selected from the senior players and an honorary a in would be elected by the squad after the season had ended. At the close of the season, Robert Lichvar was elected honorary captain of the team. ERIE ACADEMY 9-12 The Farrell Night Riders opened their 1949 football season with a well earned victory over Erie Academy by a score of 12-9. Erie scored a safety in the first quarter and a touchdown when a pass interference set the ball on the one vard line. From there Riazzi plunged over with Engel adding the extra point. Farrell scored both times on pass plays with Williams doing the passing. He completed one to DeVito and then came right back and tossed one to DeLise. both good for touchdowns. September 10 MEADVILLE 0-16 Farrell continued their winning wa' s by defeating Meadville 16-0. The Night Riders hit pay dirt first when Williams got off on a twenty-five yard jaunt to score. In the last quarter, Meadville fumbled in their end zone for a safety. A pass from Williams to DeLise was good for forty yards and a score. Bruno and DeLise each made a placement. The hard charging line did a great job, both on offense and defense and deserved a lot of credit. The farthest Meadville penetrated was to the twenty-five yard line. September 23 VANDERGRIFT 12-0 In their first W. P. I. A. L. game with Vandergrift, the Night Riders were defeated by a score of 12-0. I11 the first half, Farrell was continuously threatening but couldn’t push anything across. The closest penetration was up to the eight-yard line where time gave out, ending the half. Vandergrift, capitalizing 011 two costly fumbles, scored both touchdowns in rapid succession. Frantino and Mastro-cinque both scored on short plunges. The defensive plav of Lichvar, Phillips and Golub was the great factor in the game. September 30 ERIE EAST 19-20 Farrell bounced back into the winning column, after a defeat, in a thriller with a 20-19 triumph over Erie East. A fiftec n yard pass from Bruno to DeLise accounted for the first Farrell touchdown. Erie came back also on a pass play good for forty yards from Mahon to Kidder for a score. A pass from Williams to Bruno was good for another touchdown and to complete the Farrell scoring, Williams plunge d over from the two. Bruno and DeLise both added an extra point. A pass interception set the ball on the one yard line from where Harrington dived over. For the other score. Paterniti threw a pass to Kidder, good for sixty yards. Kujan’s placement was good, and the final score ended at 20-19. 62The 1999 Jcctb £eadch October 7 CAMPBELL MEMORIAL 13-18 Assuming the role of spoilers, the Farrell High School Team upset the previously unbeaten and unscored upon Campbell Memorial 18-13. The Ohioans, after recovering a fumble, scored with Rollin diving over. Borak added the extra point making it 7-0. Farrell came back with Williams scoring, climaxing an eighty yard drive. Kotula, with a few seconds remaining in the half, raced forty yards on an end around play to score for Campbell. The Night Riders fought back scoring twice in the second half, one by D’Amico who plunged across, and the other from a pass with Williams passing to Lampkins to complete the scoring. October 14 NEW CASTLE 13-0 Against great odds, the Night Riders fought gallantly, holding New Castle scoreless for three periods. They were heading for a tie, with three and a half minutes to go, with the ball in Farrell’s possession when a freak break set up a touchdown for the Red Hurricanes of Ne-Ca-IIi. DeFalco, a substitute tackle, caught a fumble in the air and raced thirty-five yards before being brought down on the two yard line. From there, Roussos plunged over for the score. Later, after the ball exchanged hands, they again scored with Roussos driving over from the five for a touchdown. Lewis’s placement was good, making the score 13-0. The defensive play of the Farrell line was outstanding throughout the game. October 21 BEAVER FALLS 14-0 Before a disappointed homecoming crowd, the Farrell Night Riders lost to Beaver Falls bv a score of 14-0. The Tigers pushed over two quick touchdowns in the first quarter. Both were scored by Brown, one on a pass from Winters which covered thirty yards and the other on a short jaunt around end. The extra points were added by Cupoc and Young. The Night Riders’ only real threat was up to the eighteen yard line where the ball was lost on downs. October 28 ROCHESTER 0-0 Farrell, playing inspired ball, battled Rochester, one of the newly formed rivals, to a 0-0 tie. Led by Williams, who did some excellent running and passing, the Night Riders continuously pushed the Rams deep into their territory, but the thrusts would always be stopped by a costlv fumble. The closest that Farrell got to scoring was the eight vard line, where fumblitis stepped in, ending the threat. Rochester never seriously threatened due to the stubborn defensive sparkplugged by Phillips, Lichvar, and Sveda. November 11 SHARON 0-20 In their annual Sharon game, the Farrell High School Eleven rang down the curtain on their 1949 football season with an impressive 20-0 victory. The Night Riders scored after recovering a fumble, with a pass from Williams to DeLise. After many threats were stopped by penalties, thev again continued to roll. Bruno scored twice for Farrell on a ten yard pass and a run around end. The placements were added by DeLise and Bruno, making the final score 20-0. The line played a wonderful game allowing Sharon very little yardage. Lichvar, Man-cino, Bruno, DeLise. D’Amico, DeVito, Russo, Phillips. Williams. Moore, and Golub have all completed their football careers in a blaze of glory, having never lost to Sharon. 63VarAitif SaAketball First Row: Captain Robert Juback, Marion Lampkins, Joseph DeLise, Albert Mudrinich, Herbert Williams. Second Row: Steve Benya, Julius McCoy, Raymond Chess, Michael Smith, Anthony Knott. Third Row: Sy Ali, George Sveda, Ronald Crosby, Harrison Blackwell, Walter Ulica. Fourth Row: Manager Robert Laslow, Steve Butchko, Manager Merle Krickieh. VarJitij Sa ketball Record December 6 At Ford City 19 Farrell 29 December 9 At Warren 31 Farrell .38 December 13 Franklin 26 Farrell 50 December 16 New Kensington 28 Farrell 52 December 20 Har Brae 23 Farrell 32 December 22 At Youngstown South 35 Farrell 50 December 27 Erie Strong Vincent 35 Farrell 46 December 29 Jeannette 30 Farrell .54 January 3 At New Castle 49 Farrell 57 January 6 Ellwood City 25 Farrell 29 January 13 At Ambridge 42 Farrell 45 January 17 Beaver Falls 26 Farrell 44 January 20 At Aliquippa 41 Farrell 52 January 24 Sharon 36 Farrell 44 January 27 Monaca 35 Farrell 49 January 31 New Castle 35 Farrell 63 February 3 At Ellwood City 28 Farrell ■38 February 7 At Altoona 55 Farrell 44 February 10 Ambridge 44 Farrell 56 February 14 At Beaver Falls 42 Farrell 46 February 17 Aliquippa 41 Farrell 47 February 21 At Sharon 42 Farrell 51 March 9 Jeannette 30 Farrell 44 March 14 Monessen 38 Farrell 54 March 18 Homestead 38 Farrell 36VatAitif Sa ketbaU Coach Edward McCluskey Ford City 19—Farrell 29:—Opening the 1949-50 season, Farrell traveled to Ford City and downed the Glassers 29-19. Both teams were unable to hit the nets regularly, which resulted in the low score. Coach McCluskey, experimenting with his team, used ten players. Steve Benya was high with a total of twelve points. Warren 31—Farrell 38:—Farrell defeated Warren 38-31 for the second win of the season. Flashing to the front, the Steelers held a commanding lead with its defense penetrated for only seven goals. McCoy and DeLise, both with eight points, led the victory. Franklin 26—Farrell 50:—Coach McCluskey’s five outclassed a fighting Franklin team 50-26. Unleashing a powerful scoring attack, Farrell piled up an early lead and increased it throughout the contest. The strong defense of the Steelers limited the Nurseryites to nine field goals. Twelve men saw action, with Juback leading with eleven points. New Kensington 28—Farrell 52:—Pouring twenty-four points through the hoops in the last quarter, Farrell turned a tight ball game into a rout by defeating New Kensington 52-28. Julius McCoy with sixteen points and George Sveda with thirteen points coupled their talents to apply pressure to the Kensters. The visitors could get only ten points in the last half while Farrell had thirty-five. Har-Brac 23—Farrell 32:—Another strong finish was needed by Farrell to drop Har-Brac 32-23 for its fifth win. After their potent offense was bottled up for three quarters, the Steelers scored thirteen important points in the last period. Again Farrell’s magnificent defense limited the Tigers to nine goals, while George Sveda dropped in thirteen points for the hometowners. Youngstown South 35—Farrell 50:—Although the South High Warriers had a decided edge in height, the Steelers overcame this to swamp the Ohioans 50-35. Farrell’s scoring was divided among DeLise, Lampkins, and McCoy. With the Steelers hitting the hoops from all over, the outcome of the game was never in doubt. Erie Vincent 35—Farrell 46:—Appearing impressive, the Steeler passers dropped the visiting Strong Vincent team 46-35. The determined Colonels stayed in the ball game for three quarters until Joseph DeLise with his one-hand set shot and McCoy’s left-handed hook pulled Farrell ahead. DeLise and McCoy finished with twenty and twelve points respectively. Jeannette 30—Farrell 54:—For its eighth victory, Farrell took Jeannette by a 54-30 margin. The contest was on the “rough” side with a total of forty-four fouls called. Leading the Steelers, Joseph DeLise, Marion Lampkins and Julius McCoy combined for thirty-six points and gave Farrell complete control of the bankboards. New Castle 49—Farrell 57:—Starting off on the right foot. Farrell dropped New Castle 57-49 in a high scoring contest. Reed did most of the damage for Ne-Ca-Hi by meshing twenty-four points. McCoy, DeLise and Lampkins combined to give the Steelers forty-three of its fifty-seven markers. 65Varsity Saihetball Ellwood City 25—Farrell 29:—In their next contest, the Steelers gained a small 29-25 victory over Ellwood City. The Farrell cagers, although a high scoring aggregation, could get only two points in the second and the fourth quarters. Only Julius McCoy, who accounted for sixteen points, was anywhere near his regular form. Ambridge 42—Farrell 45:—In a crucial contest, Farrell took the nod over Ambridge by a 45-42 score in the race for sectional honors. The score was tied twelve times with the lead going back and forth till the Steelers clinched the contest in the waning minutes. With McCoy hooking shots over his taller opponents and Lampkins controlling the bankboards, Farrell was able to hold a small 29-27 lead at the half. McCoy was high with fifteen points. Beaver Falls 26—Farrell 44:—Gaining its fourth league victory, the high-riding Steelers dropped Beaver Falls by a 44-26 score. Farrell’s strong defense limited the Fallities to nine field goals, all from outside. By his superior board work, DeLise also scored seventeen points, and Lampkins kept the hometowners in control of the ball a great deal of the time. Aliquippa 41—Farrell 52:—Defying age old superstition for their thirteenth win, the battling Steelers triumphed over Aliquippa by a 52-41 score in a hard fought contest. Enjoying the advantages of the home court, the Quips kept pace for three quarters but withered in the final three minutes when Farrell poured ten points through the hoops. High scoring Joseph DeLise with sixteen points and Robert Juback with twelve points led the Steelers. Sharon 36—Farrell 44:—The first meeting of the two undefeated foes saw Farrell triumph over Sharon by an eight point margin, 44-36. Throughout the first period, the score changed hands several times with neither team able to hold a substantial lead. DeLise led Farrell with fourteen points, followed by Smith who had twelve. Monaca 35—Farrell 49:—In a non-league tilt between halves of WPIAL competition, the hometowners downed the Monaca Indians for their fifteenth win. The second team started the first period and proved worthy enough to assume a 10-9 lead. Starting the first five, Farrell was able to assume a ten point margin at the half and increased it during the latter part of the contest. New Castle 35—Farrell 63:—Reaching its highest total of the season, Farrell routed New Castle 63-35. Paced by agile Joseph DeLise, who had nineteen points, the Steelers’ strong defense limited Ne-Ca-Hi to five field goals until the last quarter. Coach McCluskey gave fifteen members of the team a chance to see action. Ellwood City 28—Farrell 38:—An extremely stubborn Ellwood team held the first place Steelers in check until the final three minutes before losing 38-28. Robert Juback, versatile guard, sparked Farrell with his defensive work and his eighteen points offensively. The Steelers’ great defense limited the Wolverines to one foul in the first period and only six points in the last quarter. 66VarAitij Saiketball Altoona 55—Farrell 44:—At Altoona, Farrell saw its long winning streak broken by a 55-44 margin. The Steelers fought as hard as possible throughout the contest, but outside of the first period it could not cut the lead to less than five points. High scoring honors went to Julius McCoy, who with his left-handed hook dropped fourteen points through the hoops. Lampkins and DeLise followed with nine and seven points. Ambridge 44—Farrell 56:—Taking their ninth sectional win, Farrell subdued Ambridge 56-44 in a whirlwind finish before a capacity crowd. McCoy, a demon with a left-handed hook shot, sparked the Steelers with twenty-three points, followed closely by DeLise with eighteen. Ambridge’s high scorers were throttled for three periods with only eight field goals. Lampkins and DeLise combined to give Farrell control of the bankboards. Beaver Falls 42—Farrell 46:—Extended to the extreme limit by Beaver Falls, the Steelers downed the Tigers 46-42 to clinch at least a tie for Section III honors. With high scoring, center Joseph DeLise and stellar forward Julius McCoy combined their efforts to give Farrell a workable lead. Personals hurt the hometowners as both McCoy and Williams had to be benched, each with fom personals. Great defensive and board play of Marion Lampkins enabled the Steelers to get the ball at crucial stages. DeLise and McCoy again led the Steelers with sixteen and fourteen markers. Aliquippa 41—Farrell 47:—Before a jam packed crowd, Farrell won its first section championship by downing Aliquippa 47-41. The Steelers spurted at crucial moments during the game to stave off the threats of the fighting Quips till they finally forged safely ahead in the closing minutes of the third quarter. Again Julius McCoy, who had sixteen points for the night, started the rally by dumping in ten points. Farrell maintained its superiority in the final session by playing cool and deliberate. Sharon 42—Farrell 51:—Closing regular Section III play and breaking an eight year jinx, the Sharon Tigers fell to the mighty Steelers 51-42 to sweep the two game series. The game was typical of past affairs, with Farrell holding a slight edge in the first two quarters but falling behind in the third frame. In the closing eight minutes, the Steelers dropped twenty-one points through the hoops while holding the Tigers to seven. Julius McCoy again led the Farrellites with fifteen points, while Joseph DeLise, who had ten points in the last quarter, finished the night with twelve points. Jeannette 30—Farrell 44:—Opening their quest for a WPIAL title, Farrell High Steelers won an impressive 44-30 victory over Jeannette. Piling up a comfortable margin early in the contest, Farrell maintained it and then put on a whirlwind finish. Agile Joseph DeLise, who had fifteen points, was pressed for top honors by George Sveda, who replaced Lampkins, with twelve points. Monessen 38—Farrell 54:—Registering a stunning victory over a previously undefeated five, Farrell routed Monessen 54-38 to advance to the finals of WPIAL. The red hot Steelers left a packed house limp with awe as Marion Lampkins, with his deadly set shot, and McCoy’s left handed hook, connected for twenty-one and eighteen points respectively. Grabbing 80 per cent of the rebounds, Farrell jumped off to an early lead and held on. Homestead 38—Farrell 36:—With the District 7 championship at stake,, the Steelers lost a heartbreaker to Homestead 38-36. Leading throughout the contest by a small margin, Farrell increased it to a five point lead in the last quarter but fell behind in the last minute and couldn’t get the ball. Taking only thirty-six shots, Farrell was paced by DeLise’s thirteen and Lampkins ten points. Concluding their varsity careers for Farrell were Joseph DeLise, Herbert Williams, Robert Juback and Albert Mudrinich. 67 Sa ketball (ZeAertieA First Row: Andrew Schuster, James Marks, Nicholas Raich, Coach Felix Bonadio, Malloy Sanders, Norman Kellum, Terrence Komar. Second Row: James Yazvac, Gerald Hilt, Eugene Roqueplot, Lawercncc Smith, George Giroski. Third Row: Manager James McLaren, Hubert Hoffman, Edward Yakell, Joseph Biro, Ronald Bunyak, Charles Sturdivant. Fourth Row: Manager Thomas Petriek, Richard Adler, Elmer Fiasco, Ronald Wells, Nick Dan, Maximo White, Manager William Panzo. Basketball Reserves 1949 - 1950 December 6 At Ford City 25 Farrell 37 December 9 At Warren, Ohio 31 Farrell 37 December 13 Sandy Lake 22 Farrell 44 December 16 George Junior 13 Farrell 45 December 20 Har Brae 32 Farrell 47 December 27 West Middlesex 16 Farrell 36 December 29 Fredonia 34 Farrell 16 January 3 At New Castle 33 Farrell 29 January 6 Ellwood City 26 Farrell 41 January 13 At Ambridge 38 Farrell 31 January 17 Beaver Falls ... 27 Farrell 31 January 20 At Aliquippa 47 Farrell 33 January 24 Sharon 17 Farrell 29 January 27 Monaca .. .. 27 Farrell 44 January 31 New Castle 19 Farrell 30 February 3 At Ellwood Citv 23 Farrell 40 February 10 Ambridge 21 Farrell 28 February 14 At Beaver Falls 23 Farrell 29 February 17 Aliquippa 41 Farrell 22 February 21 At Sharon 20 Farrell 18 68WreAtlinq Under the direction of their new wrestling coach, Mr. Milton Katz, Farrell opened the season with two returning veterans, Joseph DeVito and Martin Bauer. DeVito was elected captain. Waynesburg 49, Farrell 6:—Opening the season, the matmen lost to Waynesburg 49-6 on their mats. The only decisions were by DeVito and Taylor. McLaren, Stanton and Chiodo lost on points, while Dragash, Bencivengo, Stroma, Harkulich and Pcguese were pinned. Bauer lost on a default. East Liverpool 19, Farrell 23:—In their second meet, Farrell downed the “Potters”, 23-19. Dragash, Thompson, Bencivengo, Taylor, Stanton, Bauer and Peguese won decisions, while DeVito, Chestnut and Harkulich were pinned. Ballock and Chiodo dropped decisions. East Liverpool 26, Farrell 18:—Turning the tables on Farrell, East Liverpool defeated the Steelers 26-18 in a return match. Those winning for the Steelers were Mathis, Bencivengo, Bauer, Peguese, DeVito, and Dragash. Harkulich, Taylor, Chestnut, Coda and Chiodo lost decisions in their matches, and Johnson was defeated in an exhibition. Chartiers 42, Farrell 10:—Again Farrell traveled away from home, losing to Chartiers by a 42-10 margin. The only wins were posted by Bauer and Johnson. Coda and Bencivengo were held to ties, while DeVito, Mathis, Peguese and Taylor dropped their matches. Both McLaren and Dragash lost on forfeits. Dormont 26, Farrell 16:—Completing the season, the Steeler grapplers defeated Dor-mont, 26-16. The winners for Farrell were McLaren, Dragash, Mathis, Bencivengo, Taylor, Peguese and DeVito. Chestnut drew a tie. The grapplers who lost were Johnson, Bauer, Coda and Ballock. W P I A L Tournament:—Joseph DeVito was the only one of nine Farrell entries to win a W P I A L wrestling championship. He defeated Cook of Munhall 8-1 to earn the right to compete in the state tournament at Washington. P I A A State Tournament:—DeVito was eliminated in the opening match of the 127 pound class by Cawthern of Shamokin, who pinned DeVito in the third period. The 127 pound class state title was won by Musser of Bellefonte. First How: Nick Dragash, Raymond Bencivengo, Anthony Stroma, James McLaren. Second Row: Robert Taylor, Thomas Stanton, Martin Bauer, Robert Peguese, Coach Milton Katz, Captain Joseph DeVito, John Chiodo, John Harkulich, Paul Ches.nut. Third Row: Kenneth Thompson, Samuel Mathis, Thomas Palmer, Charles Sturdivant, John Apa, Michael Coda, Robert Sabo, James J. Johnson, Richard Sposito, Richard Pacileo. 69Track Track Team Anthony Anastasas George Connor Edward Coda Louis Mercurio Alfred Paulekas Edmund Sonoga Theodore Talbert George Keryan Victor Giovanelli Steve Kaliney Steve Golub Richard Moore Herbert Williams Robert Ballock Martin Bauer Charles Brady Richard Sposito Edward Yakell Charles E. Hennen Coach 1949 Meets Farrell ............................... At Struthers Farrell At Campbell Memorial Farrell At New Castle Farrell ................................... At Girard Farrell ...................................... Sharon Farrell ................................... At Mercer Track Led by returning veterans Edmund Sonoga, Richard Moore, and George Connor, the track team opened their 1949 season in a triangular meet against Girard and Struthers at Struthers, Ohio. In this meet Farrell placed second. Farrell then lost to Campbell Memorial and New Castle and won over Mercer. In the meet which was held in Mercer, the Gindermen romped to a 61-34 victory, taking all the first places except in the high jump, the mile run, and the javelin throw. Connor won three firsts when he defeated his opponents in the 100. the 220, and the 440 yard dashes. Captain Edmund Sonoga won the 880 yard dash while Theodore Talbert jumped 18 feet, 1 inch to win the broad jump, and Alfred Paulekas took the discus throw. Farrell took all three places in the shot. W. P. I. A. L. Finals at Connellsville Farrell placed fifth among the thirty W. P. I. A. L. teams at the meet. Edmund Sonoga won the half-mile race. George Connor finished second in the 440 yard dash. Edward Coda finished fifth in the hurdle. The relay team of Sonoga, Williams, Moore and Connor finished second in the mile relay. State Meet at State College Herbert Williams, Richard Moore, George Connor, and Edmund Sonoga ran in this meet. The mile relay team finished sixth in the state. 70Satebatl First Row: Ralph DeVito, George Keryan, Richard Broscoe, Joseph Yazvac, Coach John Popa-dak, Robert Lichvar, Edward Bruno, John Harkulich, George Sveda. Second Row: Anthony Gerbasi, Michael Smith, AUx'rt Rococi, Albert Mudrinich, Steve Butch- ko. Raymond Kustron, Edwin Davis. The 1949 Baseball Record April 14 Ellwood City 5 Farrell 0 April 20 Ambridge 12 Farrell 4 April 26 Beaver Falls 2 Farrell 5 April 28 Sharon 5 Farrell 1 May 2 Ellwood Citv 12 Farrell 6 May 5 Ambridge 16 Farrell 11 May 9 Aliquippa 2 Farrell 4 May 9 Aliquippa 7 Farrell 1 Mav 16 Beaver Falls 1 Farrell 2 May 19 Sharon 6 Farrell 7 Under the coaching of Mr. John Popadak, the Steeler baseballers started spring conditioning with four returning lettermen. This group included outfielder George Xervan, infielder Joseph Yazvac, catcher Edward Bruno, and pitcher Steve Butchko. Farrell again competed in the W. P. I. A. L. league, but the teams were fortunate enough this season to play on the new high school field. Elected captain for the season was Joseph Yazvac. Opening the season away, the Steelers lost to Ellwood City 5-0 and Ambridge 12-4. Both losses were credited to Butchko. In his third mound appearance, Butchko stopped Beaver Falls on four hits and took the contest 5-2. Following this, Farrell lost to Sharon 5-1, Ellwood City 12-6, and Ambridge 16-11, then they split a double-header with Aliquippa, winning 4-2 behind Steve Butchko and dropping the second 7-1. Finishing the season on the home field, Mudrinich limited Beaver Falls to two hits to take the lead 2-1, and in the final contest Butchko won his third game by defeating Sharon 7-6. 71Hcwccmnq Farrell-Beaver Falls Game October 21, 1949 HOMECOMING DANCE Sponsored by the Senior Class HOMECOMING QUEEN Marv Ann Ciccarone ATTENDANTS Violet Rudolph—Senior Mary Louise Steibly—Senior Janet Matthews—Junior Grace Toskin—SophomoreflcWitieAfcrafttaticJ “SNAP U” Directed by Miss Kathryn Polyzon April 28, 1949 THE CAST Josephina Katherine Lucas First Legionnaire Robert Ballock Madge Stevens Joan Betchie Second Legionnaire ..................... Edwin Davis Laura Jessup Betty Steiner Ronald Stevens Richard Broscoe Ben Stevens Lee Mittman Pfc. Danny Baker Arden D’Amico Mr. Taylor Jerrold Moss Mrs. Garret ................... Norene Heath Kate Hereford Rose Marie Veltri Detective ........................ Edwin Davis Aunt Emily Byrde Liener Martha Vivian Bentley Senator Phil Ford James Fritchman Col. West.................................John Lazich 74foramaticA “NOW AND FOREVER” Directed by Miss Kathryn Polyzon November 17, 1949 THE CAST Ellen Smith Tommy Pierce Jennifer Pierce Virginia Pierce Mother Pierce Harlan Bushfield Vilma Betchie Thomas Petriek Rachael Marasco Carol Duritsa Theresa Kidka Audrey Podolsky Joseph Wasko Minerva Jim Holloway George Pierce Ronnie Pierce J. R. Bushfield Mr. Frazier Eleanor Nicastro Robert Ballock William Nemetz Edwin Davis Anthony Palanti Frank Deronja 75ItluAic Council AnncuncerA TkeApiahA Miss Kathryn Polyzou AdvisorIfluAic Council Mr. Francis J. Patt Director of the Music-Department, and the Band. Frances Leonard Robert Steiner Francis Dudash Floretta Salandria Eleanor Nicastro Bernice Rothenberg Theressa Saribalas Mark Franck Bernard Berks Mary L. Steibly Marguerite Wharry Phyllis Grimaldi Eleanor Nicastro Rachel Marasco Robert Steiner Mr. Samuel J. Campagna Director of the Concert Choir, and the Glee Clubs Mr. James Scanga Assistant Director of the Band MEMBERS Ronald Bunyak Andrew Erish Arden D Amico Vilma Betchie Robert Juback Noel Moss Shirley Smiley Announcer M iss Kathryn Polyzou, Advisor Alexander Pustinger David Mittman Virginia Nastoff Joanne Mastrian Leonard Kutnak Frank Deronja William Nemetz Eugene Bacich Joseph Wasko Jerry Missory 7he Apian Miss Kathryn Polyzou, Advisor Bemadine Goda Gertrude Harakal Bernard Berks Alvin Ackerman Arden D’Amico Agnes Carine Martin Bauer Robert Ballock Vilma Betchie Mark Franck Frank Deronja 77 President Bernard Berks Vice President Alvin Ackerman Secretary Gertrude Harakal Treasurer Vilma BetchieJamil Htyk £ckccl Sand First Row: Nick Marnejon, Donald Bechtold, James Susa. Gerald Geisel, John Niemiec, Robert Steiner, Thomas D'Amico. Geraldine Elia. Robert Zets, Mildred Schuster, Marcia Berks. David Apisa, Jean Kachic, Adele Moldovan, Ernest Moore. Second Row: Anthony Gerbasi, Robert Szabo, Francis Dudash, Shirley Kraynak, Dolores Hittle, Frances Leonard, Jean Nlastrian, Constance Marencbin, Terry Komar, Diane Rozzi, Floretta Salandria, Joan Thomas, Jennie Gargano, Marlene Gunther. Third Row: Joseph Patrizi, William Camp, Jerry Phillips, Paul Stanton, Donald Satterwhite. Magdeline Komar, Joseph Biro, Robert Tavlor. Samuel Kladitis, Clarence Thomas, Ronald Moss, John Strizzi, Pauline Paulekas, Daniel Miller, Philomena Zuccaro. Fourth Row: Edward Volansky, John Lambros, Richard Winslow, John Antonino, Edwin Davis William Amos, Joseph Brown, Bridget Donatelli, Thomas Orben, Shirley Smiley, Janet Mai thews, Joseph Roller, Claudia Williams. Fifth Row: Armatine Moore, Charles Brady, Robert Juback, Victor Giovanelli, Fred Smith, Leonard Sonoga, John Apa, Michael Roth, Michael Goda, Christ Kiriakou, Wilbert Shannon. Sixth Row: Harriet Kozar, Betty Jane Denis, Georgiana Marincich, Nick Scarmack, Manuel Joanou, Elmer Falasco, Thomas Palmer, James Yazvac, William Dravesky, Wilbert Nixon, Andrew Erish, Noel Moss. Albert Fronko, Betty McEndree, Dolores DeMartinis, Caroline Dyll. OFFICERS President Secretary Business Manager Librarians Robert Juback Floretta Salandria Shirley Smiley Jean Mastrian Frances Leonard Joan Thomas 78The Watiritif £twtf Farrell Senior High School Concert Choir Sunday Evening, December 18, 1949 PROGRAM 1. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. PRELUDE—Forward: “O Come, O Come Emanuel” Eighth Century SCENE ONE—The Annunciation: “The Magnificat Traditional Girls’ Chorus INTERLUDE “Adoramus Te” Palestrina SCENE TWO—The Nativity: "Hark in the Darkness Polish Carol Soprano Soloists: Martha Hardy, Roberta Reagle INTERLUDE "Silent Night” Gruber SCENE THREE—The Watching Shepherds: Selection from “Pastoral Symphony” ............................Handel Flute Soloists: Joan Thomas, Shirley Smiley "The Angels’Song" Tschesnokov “Angels We Have Heard on High” ................................Wasner INTERLUDE “Cantique de Noel” Adolphe Adam SCENE FOUR—The Watching Kings: “The Three Kings” Henry Willan INTERLUDE “Jesus, Jesus, Rest Your Head” Niles-Warrell SCENE FIVE—Adoration of the Shepherds: "The First Noel” Traditional "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing” Mendelssohn “We Three Kings of Orient Are” Hopkins Baritone Soloists: Edwin Davis, Noel Moss, Charles Bradv POSTLUDE “O Come All Ye Faithful” arranged by Closkey Choir and audience PERSONS IN THE DRAMATIC SKETCHES Reader.......................................................................... Robert Price M.nx Rachael Marasco Joseph Joseph Wasko The Angel x irginia Nastoff Other Angels Jean Broscoe, Virginia Settle, Margaret Karpinko, Theressa Saribalas Shepherds Steve Branzovich, Bernard Berks. Eugene Bacich, Shirlev Smiley Kings Edwin Davis, Charles Brady, Noel Moss Accompanists—William Camp. Noel Moss Student Conductors—Andrew Erish. Anthony Gerbasi DIRECTED BY Samuel J. Campagna, Vocal Supervisor Kathryn Polyzou, Dramatic Director 79(jlee Clubs and Ckcir 80Sty4' (jlee Club First How: Francis Dudash, Edwin Davis, Robert Steiner, Malloy Sanders, Arden D’Amico, Thomas Petrick. Second Row: Donald Satterwhite, Joseph Biro, Osborne Thomas, Honald Bunyak, Anthony Gerbasi, Honald Chestnut, Maximo White. Third Row: Daniel Miller, Michael Coda, Joel Berger, William Camp, Michael Roth, Nicholas Raich, Thomas Orben. Fourth Row: Paul Stanton, Edward Volansky, Leonard Sonoga, Christ Kiriakou, Charles Brady, James Phillips, Andrew Erish, Noel Moss. (jirU (jlee Club First Row: Helen Bartko, Julianne Uroseva, Philomena Zuccaro, Martha Hardy, Almeda Williams, Theressa Kulka, Josephine Diacoganes, Phyllis Grimaldi, Irene Toth, Judith Tirotta, Irene Mamejon, Mary Lou Marks, Harriet Kozar, Barbara Palm. Second Row: Patricia Brady, Shirley Volansky, Mary Orosz, Kathleen Broderick, Roberta Reagle, Betty Jane Denis, Martha Fritchman, Constance Marenchin, Janet Unger, Catherine Brown, Eleanor Nicastro, Certrude II a rake 1, Ann Liscio, Jean Cancsos. Third Row: Margaret Sabo, Mary Kladitis, Norma Pencil, Gloria Berish, Jean Mastrian, Bridget Donatelli, Dorothy Fabian, Marjorie Burt, Carol Duritsa, Caroline Dyll, Donna Green, Rachel Marasco, Audrey Podolsky, Floretta Salandria. Fourth Row: Patricia Pagonis, Diana Rozzi, Doris Golub, Mary Lou Hartsky, Marian Polyzou, Bernice Rothenl erg, Florence Hemsley, Vilma Betchie, Helen Marie Dragash, Chrysanthie Kiriakou. Mary Ballish, Victoria Lucas, Frances Leonard, Joan Thomas, Violet Schremcich. Concert Choir First Row: Helen Bartko, Philomena Zuccaro, Martha Hardy, Almeda Williams, Josephine Diacoganes, Theresa Kulka, Irene Toth, Ronald Chestnut, Thomas Petrick, Arden D’Amico, Phyllis Grimaldi, Mary Lou Marks, Judith Tirotta, Irene Mamejon, Harriet Kozar, Barbara Palm. Second Row: Shirley Volansky, Mary Orosz, Kathleen Broderick, Roberta Reagle, Betty Jane Denis, Martha Fritchman, Francis Dudash, Robert Steiner, Anthony Gerbasi, Edwin Davis, Malloy Sanders, Gertrude Harakal, Catherine Brown, Janet Unger, Eleanor Nicastro, Ann Liscio, Jean Gancsos. Third Row: Julianne Uroseva, Norma Perich, Gloria Berish, Jean Mastrian, Constance Marenchin, Dorothy Fabian, Bridget Donatelli, Marjorie Burt, Ronald Bunyak, Nicholas Raich, Daniel Miller, Maximo White, Joan Thomas, Carolyn Dyll, Donna Green, Audrey Podolsky, Floretta Salandria. Fourth Row: Patricia Brady, Dianne Rozzi, Doris Golub, Mary Lou Hartsky, Marian Polyzou, Bernice Rothcnberg, Florence Hemsley, Michael Coda, Charles Brady, William Camp, Michael Roth. Thomas Orben, Mary Ballish, Victoria Lucas, Frances Leonard, Rachel Marasco, Violet Schremcich. Fifth Row: Norma Perich, Mary Kladitis, Patricia Pagonis, Carol Duritsa, Leonard Sonoga, Osborne Thomas, James Phillips, Edward Volansky, Noel Moss, Andrew Erish, Paul Stanton, Christ Kiriakou, Joseph Biro, Joel Berger, Donald Satterwhite, Vilma Betchie, Helen Dragash, Chrysanthie Kiriakou. 81The Wight ffider 82“fhe Wight i4er £ta$ THE EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Managing Editor Alvin Ackerman Phyllis Kirshcnbaum Feature Editors Betty Vranjes Alma Edwards Sports Editors Morren Greenburg Richard Moore Cartoonists Bessie Kladitis Bert Squatrito REPORTERS Robert Ackerman Gertrude Harakal Ursula Kibash Dorothy Moder Barbara Palm Virginia Rock Joan Viselli Helen M. Dragash Violet Blazek Martha Hardy Harriet Kozar Noel Moss Thomas Pet rick Bernice Rothenberg Jessie Williams Adele Moldovan Bert Squatrito Catherine Brown Margaret Karpinko Joanne Mastrian Patricia Nakich Marian Polyzou Virginia Settle Donald Wright Joel Berger Ruth Matanin TYPISTS Phyllis Grimaldi Steve Kaliney Almeda Williams Andrew Kartalis Anne McCoy Dorothy Milikich Marguerite Wharry John Giroski Magdeline Komar Marie Santelli THE NIGHT RIDER MANAGERS Rosalyn DeMarco Julianne Uroseva Mary Pilone Mary Hansley Roberta Reagle Josephine Diacoganes Irene Mamejon Irene Toth Dorothy Denis Bernadine Goda Audrey Podolsky Carmen Stiso Phillip Fieri Victoria Lucas Elsie Bacon Ursula Kihash Dorothy Moder Joan Thomas Grace Toskin Magdeline Komar Ruth Ann Matanin Joanne Mastrian Margaret Karpinko Patricia Nakich Jane Allen Francis Dudash Bernice Rothenberg Eleanor Ludu Thomas Pet rick Frances Horzich Robert Ballock Vilma Betchie Virginia Nastoff James Marks Louise Semons Bernard Berks MISS MARY J. BROWN Staff Advisor THE ADVISORS MISS ALIGE GRIFFITH Literary Advisor 83The J9S0 (Zeflectw THE EDITORIAL STAFF Norene Heath Literary Editors Norma Heath Mildred Bibich Mary Orosz Bernard B'crks Nlorren Greenburg Ralph De Vito George Tatusko Paul Fred Smith Mark Franek Photographs Ronald Esposito Robert Price Robert Somich Robert Laslow Associate Editors Eugene Bacieh Chrysanthie Kiriakou Carol Duritsa Virginia Settle Alberta Shupienis Dorothy Chrnko Violet Rudolph Mary Alice Herrick Dorothy Fabian Steve Kaliney Marilyn Castiglionc John Giroski Eleanor Nicastro Alvin Ackerman Marguerite Wharrv Jane Allen Michelcne Gagliardi Andrew Kartalis Bessie Kladitis Josephine Diacoganes Helen Me Laren Elaine Nelson Mary Ann Sholtis Irene Toth Victoria Lucas Jeannette Satterwhite Charlotte Williams The Subscription Staff Eugene Bacieh, Salts Manager Carol Duritsa, Assistant Manager Eugene Bacieh0 Marilyn Castiglionc Patricia Nakicn Bessie Kladitis Elaine Che a Shirley Smiley Norene Heath Sales Honor Boll Carol Duritsa Dorothy Chrnko Victoria Lucas Andrew Kartalis Irene Marnejon Mary Ann Sholtis Bernard Berks Marguerite Wham-Violet Rudolph Marjorie Burt Harry Sposito Chrysanthie Kiriakou Philomena Zuccaro Virginia Settle Jane Allen Dorothy Fabian Teresa Lanshcak Dorothy Palko Mary Oros . Evelyn Ondich Rena Ricci Joseph Wasko Ann De Feo Dorothy Kovach Smaro Kladitis Ronald Esposito Florence Hemslev Audrey Podolsky Agnes Carine Eleanor Pranic Bemadine Coda Assistants Lucille Scharville Suzanne McLaren Frank Deronja Dolores Juranovich Dolores Palanti Virginia Morrison Rachel Marasco Margaret Sweeney Mary Hansley Josephine Diacoganes Patricia Diegan Steve Branzovich Mary Louise Steihlv Jeannette Satterwhite Ceorgiana Marincich Vivian James Theressa Saribalas Katherine Caravolias Mildred Crim Lizabeth Gentile Shirley Ford Marlene Schultz Marie Criglak Rose Bohach Theresa Bosco Helen Dimen-Fred Smith Frank Opalenik Charlotte Williams James Phillips Dorothy Malenky Mary Hansley Frances Kowalski Advisor Miss Esther A. B. Zentz 84 Highest SalesThe I9S0 (Reflector £ta 85ADVISOBS MISS FLORENCE B. DONLIN Advisor of the Attendance Stafl MR. WILLIAM LAUER Advisor of the Office Practice (’lass MRS. MARY C. DOWNEY Advisor of the Library Staff iibt-atif The Library Staff stimulates the spirit of thoughtfulness and real courtesy. They emphasize personal improvement by bringing pupils into working i elation-ships with the Library. They do this with the cooperation of the classroom teacher and the librarian. During the school year, the Library observes all holidays by having displays of pictures, pamphlets, books, or other material which students may study and use. Classwork is often put on display. Instructions are given to the sophomores and the new students on the use of the library. After graduation students need a knowledge of a library as a place where individuals may obtain needed information. There is a total of 3,126 books in our library. Forty-four per cent of these are non-fiction; twenty per cent are fiction and eighteen per cent are the teachers’ professional books. The members of the Library Staff are Lucille Scharville, Patricia Nakich, Elaine Cheza, Marguerite Wharry, Doris Golub, Agnes Palik, Joanne Viselli, Michelene Gagliardi, Dolores Kajma, Patricia Pagonis, Ursula Kibash, Helen McLaren, Theresa Grande, Donna Green, Veronica Kerlich. The officers are Theresa Bosco, president; Michelene Gagliardi, vice president; Elaine Cheza, secretary; Patricia Pagonis, treasurer; Patricia Nakich, social chairman; and Lucille Scharville, co-chairman.Office Practice Under the supervision of Mr. William Lauer, the Office Practice Class typewrites tests, records, reports and whatever the administration, the faculty and the school require to be done in order to have a smooth running system of records, tests and other data. This type of work requires the operation of not only the typewriter, but the mimeograph, the ditto machine, the comptometers, and the dictaphone. During the course of a normal six weeks period, these members not only study the assigned units of work, but are responsible for checking the state attendance books of each home room teacher, cutting stencils and making master copies for the process of duplicating not only tests but forms and other matters, and sorting and separating grade sheets. These girls are also responsible for the absentee list which is made up each day. They must collect the home room absentee slips and then through the process of duplication turn out the absentee list for the whole school. Each teacher and administrator receives a copy for that day. Also during the school year, each girl works approximately fifty hours on the central switchboard located in the Superintendent’s office, which controls not only the phones in the senior high school building, but in all the buildings of the Farrell School District. Here they handle all phone calls coming in or going out of the system or calls within the system. MEMBERS Rose Bohach Marilyn Castiglionc Dorothy Chrnko Shirley Ford M ichelene Gagliardi Lizabeth Gentile Mary Hansley Mary Alice Herrick Dorothy Kovach Elaine Nelson Dorothy Malenky Helen McLaren Eleanor Pranic Thomas Schiller Marlene Schultz Mary Ann Sholtis Alberta Shupienis Frances Telega Catherine Totea Jean UngerHcwtnaketA To enrich and to provide for greater personal growth of each of our members by putting to use the practical aspects of our classroom training and experience are the purposes of the Homemakers Club. The plan for this year is to select a topic for each month on grooming, courtesy, good manners, good citizenship and so on. Each month we shall plan a club program around each particular theme. We shall make the school conscious of these themes through the use of posters in the hall and announcements over the public address system. This year, we expect to be busy with many worth-while charitable communi ty projects. In that way we feel that when we are doing for others, we are giving the fullest meaning to the importance of the position and influence that we as prospective homemakers can contribute in the future to our homes and to our community. Officers President Georgiana Marineich Secretary Judith Tirotta Treasurer Irene Marnejon Social Chairman Shirley Scott Program Chairman Carol Duritsa £8B. T. Y’s Miss Lillian R. Kitting, Advisor Mildred Bibich Nancy Kubyako Lucille Scharville Suzanne McLaren Rosemarie Steiner Kathleen Steiner Neina Kladitis Wanda Summers Joan Sweeney Dolores Juranovich Martha Weiser Dolores Palanti Ann DeFeo Bernadette Yonek Mildred Kubyako Minnie Roth Patricia Nakich Betty Stahl r. tf Farrell High School is one of the few schools in this area to have a Vocational Cosmetology or “Beauty Culture” Course. It is the object of the course to develop, under as practical an environment as possible, in well adjusted students, an understanding of the profession, a knowledge of the basic fundamentals and an appreciation for the necessity of professional skill, standards and ethics. BTY graduates upon completion of the State Board examination are eligible to practice cosmetology anywhere in the State of Pennsylvania, thereby attaining a life long profession that has no age limit or enforced retirement level. The BTY Club was organized to aid its members in making psychological adjustments, a better understanding of professional laws and ethics, the development of social fellowship and the continuity of the advancement of vocational education. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Mildred Bibich Dolores Juranovich Nancy Cmar Lucille Scharville HOMEMAKERS Miss Frances Duritsa, Advisor Norma Heath Mary Ann Todoroff Bernadette Amico Shirley Scott Philomena Zuccaro Mary Ann Ciccarone Veronica Tallarico Margaret T atusko Eleanor Nicastro Irene Marnejon Judith Tirotta Teresa Lanshcak Ann Reda Bessie Kladitis Theresa Gatty Bettv Bobby Genovia Richardson Vivian James Mary Aiello Bernadine Goda Lavetta Satterwhite Virginia Morrison Erminia Zuccaro Bettv Jane Denis Mary Reda Dolores Xirakis Lucille Satterwhite Shirley Johnson Audrey Podolsky Rachel Marasco Dolores DeMartinis Georgiana Marineich Peggy Regis Srnaro Kladitis Norene Heath Dorothy Palko Marlene Barreca Alma Edwards Pearlie Hooker Jean Broscoe Elaine Cheza Hazel Mae Curry Evelyn Ondich Agnes Palik Carol Ann Duritsa Mildred Grim Marjorie Burt Helen Dimery Mildred Green 89ADVISORS MISS LILLIAN R. KITTING Advisor of the B. T. Y.’S MISS FRANCES DURISTA Advisor of the Homemakers MISS ANNAROSE MORACA Advisor of the Projectionists PrcjecticniAtA In the past few years, the school lias made great strides in providing the students with visual aids. Among these is the movie projector which plays an important part in teaching these days. The projectionists have been taught to run the moving picture machines in order to show the film movies to the students for our visual education programs. Seventeen boys have volunteered to give up their study periods to operate the machines whenever the films are available. It is their job to set up the equipment as well as to take it down and put it awav safely. It is also their duty to put in time after school in order to do a thorough job. James Squatrito Morris Thompson Thomas Kovach Ronald Bunyak Paul Hranko Gerald Wolfe Frank Gagliardi David Mittraan Michael Missik Manuel Joanou Otto Kalman Leonard Kutnak Raymond Krokoski Samuel Carine Lawrence Smith William Nemetz Michael Prezioso ) School Xijfe Photographs by Bernard BerksTri-to-lfW y In 1937 theTri-Hi-Y and the Ili-Y Clubs were organized in the Farrell Senior High School and are still active organizations in the school. The purpose of the clubs is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and the community high standards of Christian character. The function of the clubs is one of service. Their aims are self-improvement, Christian fellowship and united service. The Tri-Hi-Y takes charge of the Junior Red Cross drives and the Mercer County in-gatherings for the Children’s Home. Both clubs have sold programs, ushered at concerts and athletic events, conducted homecoming activities and assisted in many other school projects. Club funds are used to a large extent for donations to worthwhile causes. The clubs contribute to the aid for the Blind and to the Community Chest. The Hi-Y gives an annual banquet for the athletes of our basketball and football teams as a tribute to their efforts in behalf of the school. 92Frances LaCamera Eleanor Nicastro Josephine Diacogai ies Mary Louise Stcibiy Theressa Sarihalas Donna Carroll Marilyn Castiglione Bernadette Amico Judith Tirotta Mildred Bibich Helen Bartko Jean Nlastrian Constance Marenchin Tri-W-y Miss Alice M. Griffith, Advisor Members Betty Jane Denis Patricia Pagonis Dolores Juranovich Marlene Gunther Lila Lathrop Mary Orosz Ursula Kibash Magdaline Komar Mary Pilone Victoria Lucas Frances Leonard Violet Rudolph Dorothy Fabian Audrey Podolsky Margaret Karpinko Bemadine Goda Floretta Salandria Jane Allen Mary Ballish Chrysanthie Kiriakou Virginia Nastoff Vilma Betchie Shirley Smiley Jean Broscoe Carol Duritsa Agnes Carine President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Officers Eleanor Nicastro Jane Allen Mary Louise Steiblv Theressa Saribalas Martin Bauer Jerry Missory Rolx rt Lichvar Patsy Fauceglia Michael Smith Steve Benya Anthony Knott Ronald Fleet Anthony Gerbasi Edwin Davis Steve Branzovich Frank Vellentl Kenneth Thompson Morren Greenburg Jules Roux Thomas Bettua Mr. Ralph E. Dresch, Advisor MEMBERS Merle Krickich George Sveda Ralph DeVito John Pollack Andrew Kartalis Thomas Kovach Arden D’Amico Joseph DeVito Rolx rt Somich RoIxTt Resler Robert Laslow William Panzo Dean DeBastiani George Tatusko Frank Deronja Edward Yakell Robert Price Ronald Esposito Robert Juback Robert Gelesky Paul Chestnut Richard Lisovitch George Giroski William Buzzeo Robert Ballock Joseph DeLise Raymond Chess Steve Butchko Steve Golub Walter Ulica William Dravesky Steve Kaliney President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Officers Ralph DeVito Steve Benya William Panzo Martin Bauer Miss Alice M. Griffith 93 Mr. Ralph E. Dresch£pantih Club Martha Hardy, Marie Gentile, Marguerite Wharry, Theresa Grande, Jenny Gargano, Marie Santelli, Patricia Kick, James McLaren, Vivian Bentley, Geraldine Elia, Norma Gluich. Paul Bohach, Caroline Minieo, Delores Maestri, Pearl Swanson, Rose Mahonovich, Pericles Costes, George Phillips, Eli Crison, Osborne Thomas, Joseph Biro. Andrew Meleky, Ronald Carson, Francis Dudash, John Daris, Paul Malenkv, Samuel Carine, Hugh Grear, Albert Mud-rinich, Lewis Mirage, Otto Kalman, Howard Myers. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer SPANISH CLUB OFICERS Pericles CoSteS Otto Kalman Marie Santelli Marguerite Wharry Xatih Club Gerald Wolfe, William Nemitz, Dorothy Denis, George Sveda, Nick Dan, Nick Dragash, Joan Unger, Roberta Reagle, Patricia Brady, Louise Morsulo. Norma Perich, Thomas Perich, Mary E. Roqueplot, Mary Lou Hartsky, Marion Polyzou, June Lee, John Caravolias, Theresa Patrizi, Mary Aspromatis, Patricia Purash, Margaret Sabo. Mary Kladitis, Harriet Kozar, Delores Gavdosh, Margaret Feher, Peggy Carine, Marie Griglak, Beverly McClusky, James Squatrito, Terrance Komar, Richard Adler, Anthony Bacich, Elsie Bacon, Veronica Kerlick, Joanne Mastrian, Bernice Roth-enberg, Shirley Kraynak, Joan Nauman, Helen M. Dragash, Joan Thomas. Caroline Dyll, Thomas Tziahanas, James Marks, lack Scar-veil, Richard Kozina, Robert Szabo, Pauline A. Paulekas, Frances Horzich, Theodore Smith, Christ Kiriakou, George Balluch, James Yazvac, Noel Moss, Ronald Wells, Charles Sturdivant, Alexander Pustinger, Leonard Kutnak, Ronald Bunyak, Joseph Guiseffi, Richard Pacileo. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS President Gerald Wolfe Vice President William Nemitz Secretary Dorothy Denis Treasurer George Sveda Chairman Nick Dan Jrehclt Club Robert Ackerman, Paula DeBrakeleer, Lila Lathrop, Robert Steiner, Margaret Karpinko, Jules Roux, Violet Balish, Patricia Pagonis, Carmella Pilliteri, Robert Somich. Daniel Martino, Thomas Orbin, Lawrence Kilbert, Florence Hemsley, Honorald Houston, Henry Stawaisz, Edwin Davis, Jassie Williams, Bruce Cumberledge. Joel Berger, Jerry Missorv, Andrew Erish, Noel Moss, Robert Elia, Robert Price, Paul Stanton, Michael Roth, Alvin Ackerman. FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President Robert Steiner Viee President Jules Roux Librarian Lila Lathrop Secretary Paula DeBrakeleer Prime Minister Edwin Davis MISS MARY J. BROWN Advisor MISS MILDRED ROUX Advisor MISS MARGARET ROUX Advisor 94iawquaqe Club Spanish, Latin, and French Clubs 95THE 1950 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1950 Processional—“War March of the Priests” Mendelssohn Farrell High School Band Francis J. Patt, Conducting Invocation The Reverend William B. Furgess Pastor of the Magyar Presbyterian Church “The Lord’s Prayer” Albert Malotte Farrell High School Concert Choir Samuel J. Campagna, Conducting Scripture Lesson The Reverend Ernest V. Rupert Pastor of the First Methodist Church Prayer The Reverend Robert Chamberlain Pastor of the First Congregational Church “America, the Beautiful” Samuel Ward Farrell High School Concert Choir Sermon ...................... The Reverend George Needs Pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church “The Lord Bless You and Keep You” Peter Lutkin Farrell High School Concert Choir Benediction The Reverend Clemens W. Schirmer Pastor of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church Recessional—“Pomp and Circumstance” Elgar Farrell High School Band FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT MONDAY EVENING, MAY 29, 1950 Processional F. Mendelssohn “War March of the Priests” Farrell Senior High School Band Francis J. Patt, Conducting Invocation The Reverend Louis Puscas Pastor, St. John’s Romanian Church Clarinet Solo Francis Dudash Introduction of Speaker John Hetra Superintendent of the Farrell Public Schools Commencement Address The Challenge of Being An American Imre Kovacs Dynamic Exponent of Democracy Keen Student of World Affairs Authority', Central Europe and Balkans Vocal Solo Osborne Thomas Accompanist—William Camp Honor Roll and Awards Anthony J. Pintar Senior High School Principal Band Selection Presentation of Diplomas Recessional Superintendent John Hetra Principal Anthony J. Pintar “Pomp and Circumstance’ The Band Edward Elgar 96 ... .V A — — PH()TOGRAPHS Spano Portrait Studio B. P. Spano, Photographer Farrell, Pennsylvania PHOTO ENGRAVINGS The Northern Engraving and Electrotype Company Canton, Ohio PRINTING AND BINDING Kurtz Bros. Clearfield, Pennsylvania COVERS The Craftco Company Chicago, Illinois »" §" -' j V . Y Vv, h: ■« r7 K ' W if-. s ' ‘ ,.. -V V • « ,-; 'S, . • z. - Ml » ii»Si. • Cv V • »» . V ' . . ♦ J» - I . ’ 1 - ■■ , , • c _ -« v W 1; yf . yT ' ■• . • , : :' ' • ' „ e % ;. .; • • • ;- , _ '• ■ ’;£- 2S V .T , - 'J : r.v- zv j Y,‘0 S"r 'i-' ' 'r ptgmf, » X _- r , 4 N . . ' J, , - .' . 1 tT - b yjA . 'jV •1 f tf I: , 7 Vi » fc' 4 %: 1 V 7 1 -A cirK ¥?• . • . TV - .. s' • r- •." , - ,'.v jy v .,::‘ : V . '( -A .■ ■■ - .wV , ■ %,: . ‘ x . 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