Ford City High School - Trireme Yearbook (Ford City, PA)

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Working hard side by side --........., l. . , se., ...M Are students from for and near by, Thrilled with the zeal to do, Fired by the pledge to try, With cheerful spirits and hearts so true They sing of the Ford City High. 4 Ever in days to come, Our fond memories will cling Steadfast to purple and gold, And wide will our banner fling With loyalty and pride shall we Our tribute to Ford City bring. I lfll .ildecflfconfe URING these times of conflict and strife, the Senior Class deems it proper to dedicate its yearbook to the youth of America now facing the paramount problem of world peace. May each member of this class take a part in the fulfillment of this dedication. 5 Marci, of gyoacalfion.. - - ... .... . - - .. Dr. J. F. Allison, Dr. A. R. Pechan, J. P. Frick, Earl Artman, John P. Bodura, Floyd E. Delong, John Mclntosh OFFICERS Dr. James F. Allison .....,. ..,.,.... P resident Dr. A. R. Pechan ...,.....,,,. .......,...,,.,. V ice President Miss Margaret Mongavin ...... Secretary Cnon-memberl J. P. Frick ....,.,................. ...........,............ T reosurer Z jke My 0,952 girecu,fiue5 an Hngmadlfer. We, the graduating class of nineteen hundred forty-nine, wish to take this opportunity to thank our board of directors, Mr. Vincent, our superintendent, Mr. Marsh, our principal, and all members of the faculty for the help and cooperation they have given us during our years of schooling in Ford City High School. 6 MR. P. N. MARSH Principal Our .xgalminidfrafion MR. Q. G. VINCENT Superintendent of Schools ADAMS, ROBERT T. Mechanical Drawing AUBREY, MRS. MARGARET K History AURAND, DORIS Spanish Latin BAKER, MRS. SARA English BARLETT, ELOISE History Arithmetic BAUM, WILLIS Mathematics BEAMON, GERTRUDE English Civics BEVINGTON, LOLA L. Instrumental Music BOTTLANDER, ANNABEL Twins BRODHEAD, MRS. ELMIRA D. English BRUNER, ROBERTA Kindergarten BRYAN, MRS. DOROTHY Elementary BUYERS, LEWIS General Science BYRON, MRS. NATHEL Elementary COGLEY, MRS. ELIZABETH English DAVIS, MRS. ELIZABETH C. History DAVIS, J. E. Physical Education Biology cj6l,CM,Ag DEEN, EVELYN H. Guidance DUPIERREUX, GEORGE Woodshop EKIS, BESSE Civics GLEESON, MRS. KATHERINE Elementary GOODHART, MRS. GENEVIEVE G Nurse GREGORY, C. E. Mathematics HEIGLEY, MILDRED Secretary to High School Principal HOLBROOK, DR. HAROLD L. Guidance Consultant JOHNS, MRS. ALICE K. Elementary KING, MRS. OLIVE Arithmetic Geography KINLEY, MRS. ELLA V. Music Penmanship LONGWELL, MRS. ANNA Sewing McCLINTOCK, RUTH Art MCCOY, KATHLEEN English MILLER, R. E. Mathematics MITCHELL, MARTHA Librarian ORTMAN, FRED Health 9 j6LClfLA? ORTMAN, MRS. HELEN Elementary Principal PAINTER, MRS. MATTIE History RHINES, JESSIE Geography RUPERT, HUBERT Physical Education Biology SCHAFFER, CLAIRE Nurse SHEARER, EDNA Elementary SHUBERT, MARGARET Shorthand Typing SH UMAKER, DOROTHY Physical Education SMITH, MARY E. Home Economics SOWERS, HAROLD L. Chemistry Physics THOMPSON, MARTIN E. Choral Music TYLINSKI, MRS. Reading English WEAVER, CELESTE Elementary WEAVER, ELIZABETH English WEAVER, MARION Elementary WEBER, MADGE Elementary WINNER, MRS. DOROTHY Booklceepfng Business Math. WOLFE, ARDENA Elementary EDNA R. 7122 'pmhafcle lqllq of eniom OFFICERS President William Turicik Vice-president . , ,.,. John Stroud Secretary , .,,. Doris Priester Treasurer . Marilyn Yingst l The Senior Class of 1949 has completed a most successful season filled with many activities. We started our year with a rollicking hay ride, followed soon after by a spooky Hallowe'en Dance. The big show of the season was our Senior Play, The Saturday Evening Ghost, which had the entire company hustling around in its preparation. After the usual spring dances, we ended the social activities with our Prom. The never-to-be-forgotten evenings-Class Night, Baccalaureate, and Commencement climaxed our school careers. The members of the Class of T949 are now ready to continue their Big Parade and to take their places in the world. SENIOR SPONSORS AND CHAIRMEN Standing: Miss Shubert, Richard Pas more, Mr, Gregory, Mrs. Bake Mrs. Painter. Seated: Joan Carberry, Jean Holizni Lila Lee Lhote. 12 VICTOR B. ARCO ,... "Al" sounds like a philosopher with his "Life is Life" , holds down Kling's corner in his spare time ,. . proud of his iob at the "Ford" .. very bashful around women?? best dresser in Ford City High sends all the girls hearts atiutter when he dances with them .. life of any party. HOPE ARNOLD .. "Hopie" .. friendly to everyone .. enjoys pro-baseball . president of the Tri-Hi-Y .. worries over her school-work .. she's always "So Tired" ...... ambition is to be a wo- man in white ,, would like to go down among the sheltering palms?? .. enioys movies and reading. ROSEMARIE BACULIK "Brown Eyes" .. has one weakness-tall men looks quiet, till you get to know her .. . vivacious cheerleader .. ,. ask her about "Bazooka" and watch her burn ..,. will she ever learn to swim??? is Donnie's better or worse half??? , where there's a fiddle-de-dee, there's Rose- marie. DONETTA BARBOUR , "Donnie Lu" ,,.. peppy gal from the lower half of town ,.... loves to dance , . always has a new favorite expres- sion .,.. maiorette that never runs down . .. she's a gal who can't make up her heart .. watch those eyebrows, boys!!! .. .. devilish in senior play, EILEEN BECK ,. ., "Eileen" ,. very active in girls' intramurals , at- tends basketball games with "Dutch" .. .. member of mixed chorus .. likes brown Oldsmo- biles secretary of class in iun- ior year prompter of iunior class play. 13 ESTHER BLONDEAUX ,.... "Esther" a shorty ofthe senior class . .... am- bition to be a kindergarten teacher we hope she does inter- esting hobby is collecting greeting :arcls ,,.4.. enioys movies and bas- ketball games ,,.... always attends the Tri-Hi-Y meetings .. favorite song is "A Tree in the Meadow." JAMES K. BOWSER ,..... "Jim" .. hails 'From Skinall ,, ., chums with Frank .. nice wavy hair .. .. seems bashful??? ., can really pitch a fast ball past you .. friends with everyone ..,... iust loves economics, ugh!! member of mixed and boys' choruses , . can play a wicked game of basketball. JOSEPH BUREAU "Butch" . . the boy who says "Let's went" where to-Freeport??? .. J. V. football ,. ,, boys' chorus in '46 , provided lighting for senior play enioys bowling ten pins and model plane building ask .lane about his future .. Marines, may- be??? BERNICE CAMPBELL "Bern' ' . "You know it"-she was a riot as Aggie in the iunior play ...,.. presi- dent of F. H. A. , ., likes to drive a green pick-up . .. captain of champion basketball team in iun- ior year ,. girls' chorus member you name it, she'll draw it!! GLORIA CAPIZZI ,.... "Glory" .. master of her drawing pencil , short but so sweet ,..... always ready to lend a helping hand ...,., a real friend ..... excellent cook and seamstress ..... boys, here's your chance .... oh, that beautiful hair . junior girls' ensemble. JOAN CARBERRY ,..... "Joanie" ..., ,. original with those witty remarks .. "Watch the referee" ,..... faith- ful Tri-Hi-Y member rides the bus to school from the hill a helping hand has a sunny dis- position .,..,. always full of pep .. .. iunior and senior ensembles. VERA ALYCE CARNEY ..,., looking for "Al"? . try "Carney's Place" thinks Willie Thrower is pretty spectac' .,.... F. H. A. ...... girls' and mixed chorus ...... ensemble in iun- ior year .,..,. played on winning basketball and volleyball teams .,.... likes New Kensington?? .,.... great- est thrill was meeting "Deacon Dan Towler." GEORGIA LOU CASSEL .... "Geor- gie" ...... her ambition is to be a housewife ....., likes to cook .... if you have never eaten any of her pies, you've missed something ..... her heart belongs to R. S. ..... "Stor- my Weather" is her favorite song because she likes to walk in the rain??? DOMENIC CESARE ..,.., "Punchy" the athletic type .. played left half for our eleven ..,... worked at McHenry Supply??? .. .. hails from deep in the heart of Cadogan oh, those waves!!! top rate catcher on our baseball team . enjoys driving-with girls!!! 44,,.. fu- ture coal miner??? FRANCIS CHURCHILL .,..,. "Slop" ambition is to get out of school comes up with "What do you think?" quite often .. very inter- ested in Brick Church ..,... star on Flynn's basketball team .. mem- ber of Hi-Y .,... plans to ioin the Navy after graduation ...... fsighj RICHARD CLEVER ,,... "Dickeybird" likes to hunt, ice skate, and fish believes there is only one thing worth living for 4,..,. "automobiles and brunettes" .,.. plans to enter P. l. T. ...... drives a Plymouth to school-and what nice passengers quiet spends spare time at the mountains. ELIZABETH CIPPEL .... "Betty" busy secretary of F. H. A. .. spends her spare time at the Ford Theatre .,..,. ambition is to get out of school-but quick ,,.,.. frequents Wray's Dairy Store ...,,. forever on a diet!!! ,..... plans to visit Baltimore with Dollie, Helen, and Peg .,.... wonder why??? HELEN COLEMAN .,,... "Snookie" one of our snappy maiorettes . Miss Shubert's perpetual head- ache ..,,.. wonder why she's "So Tired"? .... . could it be those late hours??? . drives us crazy with that giggle .. beautiful long brown hair ..,.., score keeper for Crooked Creek Beavers lucky gal!!! . heart interest?? VERLE COLEMAN JR. . ,... "Sonny" . simply bursting with personal- ity ....., always centered in a group of gals in the library ...... heart in- terest is forever changing ...... shortstop for Crooked Creek Beav-- ers ,.... best farmer around ....,. make some lucky gal a good catch!! plays basketball for Co. C. BEN COOK ,...,. "Ben" ...,.. one of the Cadogan gang .,,... enioys hunting and fishing . .. ask him about a certain sophomore .. in- definite future ...... reserves a seat in the school bus ..... dead south- paw shot on the court ...,.. 3 year member of the boys' chorus ..,. pet expression-"Yea." 14 EARL COOPER ....,. "Coup" , ., chief cook and bottle washer at Vicky's ...... pushes a '39 Chevy .. lives on choc-marsh milkshakes .. .. Crooked Creek Beavers "star" play- er?? ...... pulls hair "One by one, one by one" ....., secretary of Hi-Y always suffering from "heart" trouble .. loves to hunt??? WALTER CRYTZER ,,.... "Walt" . iack of all trades on football team wants a test in solid??? likes to see good?? movies at the State ...... plans to go to Carnegie Tech ,..... gets long vacations dur- ing hunting season!!! . graduate of Bellwood U!!! DELORES CZAPOR ...,., "Dee" . hobby is correspondence 4 . "Far Away Places" is her favorite , cheers for the Air Force ,,.., a vol- ley ball champ ..,... a loyal Falcon her friends are Honey and Frankie ...... abides in Ford Cliff. GRANT DAUGHERTY ,,..., "Doc" president of Hi-Y ., football let- terman for 2 years ALWAYS seen with Bill or Tom??? . plays basketball for Flynn's knows his baseball-and plays it well, too ...... well liked by all who know him ...... draws humorous car- toons??? ROBERT H. DAVIS ,..,.. "Bob" ambition is to become a great farm- er .,..,, very quiet!! ..... a nice friend once the shell is broken ..... rides the bus in from Burrel Township attended Vandergrift High School last year-their loss, our gain. 15 HENRY DIETZ ..,... "Hen" ,..,.. hails from the "ruff" and rugged ...., aims to take over Jim Davfs's Christmas tree industry , . out- field catcher for Crooked Creek Beavers ..,,.. hunting and pool strike a homer with him ....., "General" of the National Guard!!! on Co. C basketball squad . ..,. bash- ful??? DEAN DOVERSPIKE "McGee" oh, do the gals go for those cute dimples fsighl!! future pilot ,..4.. no interest in the cppo- site sex ,..... are you kidding?? cruises around in the tan Mer- cury on the lookout for??? . for- ever bursting out with "oo-la-la-we- we." MARILYN DUFF .. . . "Min" tall- est kid in the senior class??? ,...., lost without Myrt, Joan, or Nancy her Daddy's little helper!!! . races bell every morning .....t oh! what wit .. reporter in "Once In a Blue Moon" can really slug that volleyball!! ., loves short- hand??? RICHARD DUFF ..,.,. "Duffy" ,..,.. one of the best skaters in the class tiny shadow of Walt and Jerry a favorite pastime is wolfing "Sonny Boy" in senior play ,. very nice voice ..,... his "What do you thing, monkey" is famous . found often in Kittanning-at Walt's??? ...,,. a big headache of Miss Bottlander's. MARGIE DUNMIRE ..... "Margie" always very neat spends her spare time drinking chocolate milk at Wray's ...... president of Gregg Club ,..... also active in Tri- Hi-Y and chorus ..,,.. infant of the senior class ...... exquisite personal- ity 44,... a treasured friend to all , possesses the key to a bright future. PEGGY EDWARDS ...,., "Peg" ...... "Baltimore here I come" ..,.., likes to spend her time at the crossroads F. H. A. member haunts the Hollo with Bern, Sal, Mary Ann, and Betty enioys ice skating very quiet at times-wonder when??? .. future housewife. JOHN FALSETTI .,.,.. "Khaki" ,, .. the center of attention on any dance floor ..,.. can really iitterbug soft spoken and friendly sings like Frankie Laine . answers questions with a pert "What do you think?" ..,... works nights at his brother's pool room ,.... has a great admiration for girls . no specified plans for the future. PATRICIA FESTER .. "Pat" , .. ardent fan of the Pittsburgh Pir- ates ...... she really keeps the mail man busy ...,.. Virginia! where's the iewel case?? ,..... loves solid!!! why??? band member- 8 years ...... Wooster, here I come!!! dependable gal one of the blond set , sings tenor in chorus. GEORGE FITZGERALD ., "Ham- mer" ...,.. one of those hicks from out of town ...... first with the lat- est hillbilly songs ..... a great guy spins around in a gray '38 Chevy . ..,. no interest in females- fiokel ..,... future marine ..,, S. G. B. ...... pals around with "Ed," "Chippy," and "MaGee." FRANK GARIGLIO ..... "Chicken" has high hopes to enter St. Vincent's ..,,.. future Dr. Gariglio, D.D.S.? ...... second home is third avenue extension .. thinks his Kute Baby is tops!!! .. roams the hills with his bird dog ,..,.. F. C.'s tackle for two years ,..... one of Cadogan's bandits. EDWARD GERMY . ,,.. "Ed" ,,.... a future missionary ..,.., thinks "Where there's a will, there's a way" . ,.,. constantly drawing pic- tures in his tablet sings when no-one's listening ,..... loves sports "Just got to learn to dance." VIOLA GOLDINGER ,,... "Vi" .. .. her ambition is to be a bookkeeper a whiz on skates thinks the army is swell ..... likes to collect pictures ..., , seldom seen without "Olg" , ,. very friendly to all .. .. sells fruit at "Pete's." NANCY GOLDMAN ,... "Nance" invariably says "whata you think"??? ..,.., would like to take a "Slow Boat to China" .... . member of F. H. A. ,,..,. contributes to con- fusion in 303 .. always wears blue glasses with green eyes. LOUISE GOOD ,, ,. "Louise" .. .. rushes to school??? .,.... has a little dog, Daisy .. likes to collect and take pictures ...... taking a Commere cial Course .,,.. pet expression "Oh, well" , ..., member of Gregg Club and Mixed Chorus ...... on the business staff of Trireme ....., Comes to us from Cowanshannock. JOAN GOWETSKI . .... "J-G" ..,. .. completes back row of angels in typing class . ,,,. makes it at 8:29 every morning ,.... want to buy a paper??? Can't win an argu- ment from her!!! ..... impish eyes !! ,...,. highest in Pennsylvania test knows more people!!! al- ways pops up with "Yoy"!! I6 LEE RAY GREEN ,, "Greenbomb" Beethoven's competition in com- position ,.,4.. women-chasing mem- ber of Hi-Y ,,,,.. music is his life long time member of band, or- chestra, chorus ,.44.. president of band in '49 ...... first from Ford City to make All-State Orchestra and Chorus ,..., has own radio program. ROSEMARIE GRIBIK "Dolly" a cute little gal with sparkling eyes ...... social chairman of F. H. A. ushers at the Ford likes to be called Gracie??? ,,,.,. you al- ways find her with Betty and Helen keeps heart interests secret , what's this about Baltimore??? ...,, we know!!! ,..... neat dresser. JOAN GROSS ..,. .."Joanie" ,,... . always laughing , can't help no- ticing her dimple ,,... ambition is to be an office clerk ,... busy ushering at the Ford Theatre ..,.. "That Cer- tain Party" is her favorite song ..., . wonder why?? ..,.. listens to the exciting radio programs. JOSEPH HAGOFSKY ...... "Joe" ...,. , shy ...... reads sports stories when he gets a chance ..,.,. unconscious of the opposite sex .,..,. a member of the "Seventh Avenue Gang" one of the few boys who can blush exceptionally fond of senti- mental music especially "Just One More Chance" by Bing Crosby. RICHARD HAND . ,,., "Red" ,,.. . sports enthusiast ...... effective right halfback on the varsity football team ..,... well-liked by everyone shy when girls are around gives excellent reports in P. O. D. or economics . ..., has an apprecia- tive wit ...... hopes for a shining career in the military service. 17 AGNES HARRIGER ...... "Aggie" .. .. a Kittanning G. C. Murphy girl ,... daily patron of Penn Transit Co. quiet as a mouse in home room??? ..... Tri-Hi-Y member .,.., has the prettiest blue eyes .... , likes cooking class ,especially the eat- ing part , ,... ghostkeeper in our senior play. ROBERT HELM ..,,.. "Scub" ,..... am- bition is to get out of school ..,. cowboy driver of a yellow motor scooter .... ..nicest looking boy in Ford Cliff ...... loves blondes ,..... is that because of a certain sopho- more??? ,..... has a nice, friendly smile ...... an all-around nice per- son. FRANKIE JEAN HEPLER ...... "Fran- kie" ...... a cute girl ..,... keeps the home-ec class laughing ...,.. favor- ite song is "Here I'll Stay With You" ...... wonder who??? . works at McHenry's in Cadogan in her spare time ..,.., keeps on the lookout for '37 Chevys and motor- cycles ...... spends most of her time with Mabel and Pink. ROBERT HILEMAN .,... "Bob" one of our farm boys ....., likes hunting-only what??? ...,.. chases around town in his Dad's milk truck any girl's delight with that blond hair and innocent look in his eyes ...... often found holding 5th avenue fireplug down. DORIS HINDES ,,,,., "Dorrie" .... .. sweet and dainty ...... has a wit all her own ,..... likes the number 22 ..,,.. could it be FootbalI??? ...... takes pride in her Tri-Hi-Y member- ship ...... goes out of her way to be friendly .. wants to live on a farm ...... incidentally, she's afraid of chickens. JANE HOLIZNA ...... "Sis" .,,... us- ually seen with her double, Jean really proud of her strong will power ..,. peppy cheerleader ..,... always smiles and never lets on ....., ask her why she is forever chewing C-love gum ..... friendly with every- one ...... never leaves her belong- ings in cars. JEAN HOLIZNA ,..,., "Sis" .... one of our vigorous cheerleaders . . changeable heart ,...,. quietest one in the library besides her sister??? makes and keeps friends eas- ily could write a book on her troubles .. oh, yeh??? .. has she got naughty eyes!!! . .... on champion senior volley ball team. ALBERT HRIBIK .. "Abbets" aviation expert . .. enioys hunting and fishing ...... has a nocturnal hobby-pursuing girls ...... bursts forth with the exclamation "Oh, baby, you're for me" ...... has two years of faithful service in the mixed chorus .. .. wants to become a test pilot in the Army Air Corps, FRANK HRIBIK ....,. ""Yank" 4.,... small but dynamic .. possessor of an excellent physique . ,.,, invinci- ble center on the varsity football team .... enioys hunting, trapping, and cowboy melodies ...... a will- ing aid to those in want ., shows promise for the future. CHARLES HUTCHISON ...... "Pat" forever waking up his buddies ,. his heart belongs to his mother and the car thankful to "Shun" for helping him graduate ...... spends most of his time in McGrann future is undecided .. knows his baseball. JOAN JAGEMAN ,...,. "Jaggers" ., will be one of the best house- wives in F. C. ...... has loads of ex- perience ...... likes song "Bill" and color "Brown" ..,.,. wonder why??? can really sing if she wants to sports off a driver's license, and is mighty proud of it. WILLIAM JANSEN ..,,.. "Willie" ...... surprise package from Bellwood Gardens ...... plays his heart out on the basketball court ...... an ambi- tious outdoorsman by the way ...,,. admires girls from afar ,,.... full of mischievous ideas . .... a long John with a sunny disposition .. fu- ture??-"Let it come." EDSON JOHNSTON .4 "Hammer" wherever there's mischief there's Hammer ...... thinks girls are okay if you like 'em ..... devises elaborate schemes for disturbing the English class ...,.. loyal to his friends ..,,., rides around in the family car-with whom?? ..,.. you ask him ...... never gave the future much thought. RlCHARD KARABIN ,. "Dick" .. ,. one of Mr. Dupierreux's headaches aims to be a mechanic ,. al- ways "put-putting" around in an old '34 Plymouth . .... girls have no place with him ...... who's he trying to kid??? ,..,.. loves to trap continually saying "Practice what you preach" ,.... oh, those eyes!!! LEONA KANIA ,..... "Lonnie" .. looks forward to playing a violin in a symphony ....,. does the Charleston with Stogie ...... plays polkas on the accordion at the dam sparkling maiorette swell dancer ...... throws ice cream around at Klings ,...,. treasurer of Gregg Club ..,... ask her about those "silent movies"!! 18 ELIZABETH KENDRA . .... "Betty" wears her shoes out as floor girl at Murphy's ..,.,, lives in upper end, but usually 'Found at the low- er end ...... wonder why??? .. puts her whole heart into cheering one of the back row angels in typing class. ELISABETH KIJOWSKI ., "Honey" a tall blond gal with that en- viable "peaches and cream" com- plexion ,...,. a cute giggle used fre- quently in the library ...... won't re- veal her heart .,,,,. likes classical music .. very quiet?? ...... where there's "Honey," there's Marlene intends to be an "old maid"!!l JOE KIJOWSKI "Yuzhie" .. ,. takes life easy in lower end .. ., has a very quiet nature when everyone's looking enioys na- ture in the ruff ,..... has that slow determined way of doing things .. to know him is to love him . pals around with Merk, Yank, and Red. J. FRANKLIN KING ,. "Frank" silent type has lots of fun with his dog Rex ,..., how's the Chrysler, Frank??? ,. .. really gets after those rabbits during hunting season ..,... comes to us from Skin- all .... burns up the typewriter with his speed!!! pals around with Jimmy K. WALTER KISSICK .. "Walt" . that "Oh well" kid .. , could grow up to be a school teacher-or will the Navy get him first . .. likes hunting and women-or is it hunt- ing women??? . ,... haunts the li- brary if Duffy, Slagle, and Mech oren't around. 'I9 PAUL KLACKA .. "Cash" one of the "corner gang" from Sixth Avenue pursues the business course vigorously ..,... likes hunting and trapping ...... never mentions girls ...,.. very fond of baseball and other sports ...... a future big leag- er. PEGGY KRACHT ...... "Peggy" ...... one of the busiest girls in the sen- ior class ..,,.. Dagwood's better half all her future plans include her one and only John ...,., small but mighty cheerleader ...... assistant business manager of Trireme couldn't get along without her piano ...... would like to be a farm- er's wife. JOSEPH KRUKAR . .. "Yosker" .. . also answers to "Mohawk" ..,,,. all 'round athlete-played football, basketball, and baseball ..,.,, big "deal-er" for the lower-end "cor- ner" gang ...,., really "cuts up" in that 5th period woodwork class ,, good conversationalist who NEVER runs down ...... future M. D. KENNETH LETTRICH ..,,.. "Cork" hilltopper . ..,. unique in find- ing excuses to get out at night . end on football squad .,,. usually found near mischief ,..... one of the nicest boys in the class . .. wonder why "Janie" is his 'Favorite song??? LlLA LEE LHOTE , "Leelc" .. .. has cutest giggle this side of the "Rockies" . .... head cheerleader who touches the rafters when she iumps ....., mischievous and spark- ling eyes-blue at that ,..... her heart wears a monkey suit ....., big chief of the Trireme staff .. looks like a china doll, but don't let ap- pearances fool you!!! JAMES LIPTOW .. "Jim" . wants to ioin the Navy .,..., oh, that Liptow tenor ,..... why the 'Fre- quent trips to Cadogan?? ...,.. wavy, blond hair . what a smile! .. got a brain if he'd only use it occupies front seat in home room .. .. Churchill's other half. WILLIAM LUCIAN .. "Bill" ., quite a popular fellow!! ,..... has trouble keeping girls out of his hair!! rr,... peroxide, maybe?? .. want your picture taken?? ..... he's good at it ,,,,.. drives a blue Mercury coupe ...,.. record fiend- has millions!! ...... keeps tab on Kissick ,..... likes to shoot tin cans!! EDWARD LUNZ . . "Lunzy" wants to catch fifty muskrats in one season .. can play a mean game of basketball ...,,. idolizes Roy Rogers .. pitcher 'For Crooked Creek Beavers ..,.., as handsome as they come-"Look out, girls"!! ..., .. cruises around in a big, green Pon- tiac. PAUL MALAGARI , ..., "LolIy" ,, . pride of Cadogan , ..,. our sopho- more president ..,,,, a nice voice . sings in Cadogan Boys' Choir ,... good baseball player ,. .. hopes to become a sailor ...... senior football manager . ,,.. Mr. Gregory's prize student .. likes to "Dot". LOIS JANE MALC .. "Lo" , a girl with a very nice voice .. can usually be found with one of the "Snusheads" , thinks M. l. T. is "lt" .,.... lead in operetta in iun- ior year ,..... makes a pretty picture at the head of the band .. what are her plans 'For her luggage??? ROBERT MAUS ,. "Bob" like to be a marine .. .. spends a lot of time at lower Fourth ,..... one of our football casualties ..... likes "Far Away Places" set to music ,,... . traps for a hobby . ,.,, climbs the steps with Cork and Mech .. .. per- sonality plus. MARLENE McCARTHY . "Mac" .. , a blond member of the taller set .. loves to tickle the ivories when she isn't getting into any mischief . ,... lust loved that "plane" class??? .. hopes to be a nurse those lucky patients!!! , spends a lot of time singing ,,... pals with "Honey". ANNABEL McJUNKlN .. "Ann" interested in sewing, letter writing, and child care ,, ., sopho- more May Queen member of girls' and mixed choruses and F. H. A. . , likes to meet new peo- ple .. ,. played basketball and bad- minton in girls' intramurals likes all sports-basketball in par- ticular. PATRICIA ANNE MCMEANS . "Pat" oh, those big grown eyes!! ..,.. sets lots of hearts aflut- ter .. has trouble keeping her dates straight ,. attractive has a nice walk home to Bellwood maiorette for four years , loves dancing and who knows??? RICHARD MECHLING ,.,. "Dick" has one goal-to get out of school . .. can be seen driving a gray Buick almost any time-with whom??? .. fullback on the foot- ball team , . ranks tops as a neat dresser ..,. crazy about "My Dar- ling" .. wonder why? 20 BEVERLY MILLER .. "Dutch" loves to create excitement ,..4.. "An- chors Aweigh" is No. I on her hit parade ...... soda ierk at Wray's Dairy ..,... swell friend to all ,,..,, on champion girls' basketball team in Jr. year ,44,.. is forever writing let- ters ..... likes crossroads?? ,, lost without Eileen. GEORGE MORDA .,..,, "Mordy" .,.... oh! that curly hair!!! .,.... one of the hilltoppers ...... "wants to fly a iet job" .,.... member of Uncle Sam's National Guard ,.,... seen with "Hammer" when not visiting 14th Street ..,... practical ioker in wood- work class. JAMES MORVIK .. "Merk" strong and fearless ...... founder of the "Boys' Town" shack . .... likes anything connected with the great outdoors ,. keeps Mr. Dupierreux very busy ...... wants to see the world ..,... has determination, the key to success ..,,.. pals around with Yank, Yuzhie, and Red. ROSE MORVIK ...... "Rosye" hobbies are dancing and flirting has sparkling eyes gener- ally bursts forth with "What do you think?" ..,... especially likes "My DarIing" .. her best friend is Margie .. Gregg Club historian what's so nice about Kelly Sta- tion??? JAMES P. NOVAK . "Nobert" Small but very mischievous a devoted nature lover ..4,.. has an interesting hobby-girls!!! ..... loves the music of Roy Acuff ...... spends his spare time caring for his wild- life pets ..... plans to study forestry at Temple. 21 ROBERT ORTMANN ...... "Bob" ,.... , our only "SandpIanter" ..,.. excel- lent hook shot .. forward on "An- dy's Market Eleven' ., cruises around in his green "Ford" . pretends to be bashful!!! may decide to become a sailor , ex-P. and S. strong man ..... gets his ex- tra sleep in solid class .,.... a whiz in solid??? RICHARD PASSMORE .. "Dick" an ambitious lawyer can talk himself into ..,... anything-but can he talk himself out??? ..,... luck- iest boy in school-reason-the only boy in the Gregg Club and- oh, those girls!!! .. Business Man- ager of Trireme. DAVID PATSUE .,.... "Duke" .. only ambition is to loaf in pool room ...... loves to listen to records, especially by Bing Crosby ,,.... pool shark ..,... very shy?? .. .. man of leisure ..... often seen in Manorville . pops up with far-fetched opin- ions and theories. DORIS PRIESTER .. "Bill' .. a nice friend to have .,.... wonder why she likes to attend movies so often??? .,.... secretary of the sen- ior class . .. attends officers' meet- ings faithfully .,,.. treasurer of the Tri-Hi-Y ,. . voted most likely to succeed .. ambition-to do office work. VIRGINIA PROTZ .... "Jean . quiet and refined-"You wanna bet?" ...... busy with band, orches- tra, chorus, Tri-Hi-Y-and B. M. .... . one of A. B.'s back row angels .. loyal Sokol that would rather swim than eat ,. carries a shoe-horn at Mosses .,..,. "Middleman" for all troubled couples. WILLIAM TURICIK ,..... "Turk" don't get him started on science our class president , Cal's right-hand man .... pet peeve- learning how to donce .,..., loves to direct plays ...,,, "SheriIf, what a drawl you have" ...... strong, silent type!!! ,...., why so many class offi- cers' meeting s??? BEATRICE VALEK ,.... "B-B" .. ,. faithful Sokol ,,... spirit of the class . hair susceptible to change!! . still thinks Mr. Davis needs her on the team .,.... had 'em rolling in the aisles as "Lizzie" in junior play aims to be a beautician full of fun and mischief. JOHN R. VARHOLLA "Doodle" , .. plans to become an electrician . one of M. M.'s headaches ,. a Cadoganite ...... called "Henry" by his muddy-water blonde .. .. would rather ice skate than eat ,.... tall, "fair" fpun!J and Russian!! . ,. an Arthur Murray protege . .. swims like a fish. VIRGINIA WALKER .. "Dimples" likes to eat, read, sew, crochet, and drink chocolate milkshakes ..,. , candy girl at Murphy's on Satur- day ...,. proud to live the life of a hick ...,.. has pretty hair . .... rates "You Can't Be True, Dear" as her hit tune. JAMES WAUGAMAN , . .. "Cham" comes to school with his "spe- cial group" from McGrann . STANLEY WILSON "Kansas"..,... Pattonvillds prize contributTon to F. C. H. S. ...,., greets you with "hello dere" . always in a pleas- ant mood ., lacks an interest in girls??? ,..... loafs in "Ripples" gen- eral store .. a good friend to have ,,..., plans to retire early. ELOISE WISER "Eloise" one of the few in the class who wears an engagement ring ...,.. bashful in her own sort of way .. , small and neat ....., does she ever lose her temper??? . .. always broke test tubes in chemistry . .. can find her behind the counter at Klings. VALENTINE WOYTON . .. "Poker" ,. loves all sports ..,. our most athletic .. iunior class president ., captain of football team . greets you with a friendly "Hi deh youngin" , comes from the wilds of Bellwood Gardens .. , guard on the basketball team . never seen without Willie and Barrels. FRANK YASKULA .... "Zank" , . Sulphur City romeo plans to become a gob after graduation . centerfielder on our baseball team pool shark ,,.,.. no certain heart interest??? ,,..,. enioys dancing!!! has an excellent voice ,. .. sure basketball shot ..... enjoys step- ping on people's toes .. likes his food. MARILYN YINGST "Marilyn" .. can't be beaten at ping-pong dreams of owning her own smallubut ambitious ..... finds 507' horse someday ,... one of the taller usfactlon in physical labor ....,. won- se' H H on alhmound good swdem del' what CU'-'ses those 'ffequenl , treasurer of senior class .. visits to Kittanning??? .. tinkers plans to attend penn smie A U with automobiles for a pastime . friendly and helpful .. .. thinks he'll make good in the future. faithful Pirate rooter. 24 BEVERLY MILLER ..,,.. "Dutch" . loves to create excitement . "An- chors Aweigh" is No. 'l on her hit parade ,,..,, soda jerk at Wray's Dairy ....,. swell friend to all .. on champion girls' basketball team in Jr. year ....,. is forever writing let- ters .,.... likes crossroads?? ,..,, lost without Eileen. GEORGE MORDA ...... "Mordy" ,,..4 . oh! that curly hair!!! ...... one of the hilltoppers ...... "wants to fly a jet fob" .. member of Uncle Sam's National Guard .,,... seen with "Hammer" when not visiting l4th Street .,.... practical ioker in wood- work class. JAMES MORVIK "Merk" strong and fearless ,..... founder of the "Boys' Town" shack . .. likes anything connected with the great outdoors .,..,, keeps Mr. Dupierreux very busy ..,... wants to see the world ...., has determination, the key to success ....,, pals around with Yank, Yuzhie, and Red. ROSE MORVIK ...... "Rosye" .,.... hobbies are dancing and flirting has sparkling eyes gener- ally bursts forth with "What do you think?" ,..... especially likes "My Darling" . , her best friend is Margie .,,... Gregg Club historian . what's so nice about Kelly Sta- tion??? JAMES P. NOVAK . .,., "N0bert" Small but very mischievous a devoted nature lover .. has an interesting hobby-girls!!! .. loves the music of Roy Acuff ...... spends his spare time caring for his wild- life pets ...... plans to study forestry at Temple. 21 ROBERT ORTMANN ..,,.. "Bob" .. our only "Sandplanter" .,.. excel- lent hook shot ,.,,.. forward on "An- dy's Market Eleven' ., cruises around in his green "Ford" . , pretends to be bashful!!! .,... may decide to become a sailor . .. ex-P. and S. strong man ,,.,.. gets his ex- tra sleep in solid class ...,.. a whiz in solid??? RICHARD PASSMORE ..,... "Dick" . ..,, an ambitious lawyer ...,.. can talk himself into ...... anything-but can he talk himself out??? ....., luck- iest boy in school-reason-the only boy in the Gregg Club and- oh, those girls!!! ..,,.. Business Man- ager of Trireme. DAVID PATSUE ...... "Duke" only ambition is to loaf in pool room ...... loves to listen to records, especially by Bing Crosby ....., pool shark ,...,, very shy?? .. man of leisure ,..... often seen in Manorville pops up with far-fetched opin- ions and theories. DORIS PRIESTER . "Bill' .. .. a nice friend to have ...,.. wonder why she likes to attend movies so often??? ...,., secretary of the sen- ior class , attends officers' meet- ings faithfully .. treasurer of the Tri-Hi-Y voted most likely to succeed .. ambition-to do office work. VlRGlNlA PROTZ , "Jean .. . quiet and refined-"You wanna bet?" ..,.,. busy with band, orches- tra, chorus, Tri-Hi-Y-and B. M. .,,., , one of A. B.'s back row angels . ., loyal Sokol that would rather swim than eat .. carries a shoe-horn at Mosses ...,.. "Middleman" for all troubled couples. JACK REITLER ,..,,. "Crash" .: .,.. plans to go to college ...... thinks B. J. R. is all-reet ,..,.. senior bas- ketball manager ,...., star for 305 wears out Fifth Avenue with his motor scooter ....,. tenor in mixed chorus ..... likes to swim at the dam??? WIILLIAM RETZER .. "Bill" plans to enter Navy .,..,. likes to play basketball ..... short but does his share ,..... member of the pin- ball team ...... likes to work cross- word puzzIes??? .... favorite tune -"Buttons and Bows" .. ideas?? MARY CATHERINE RICH ...4.. "Kay" wants to be a lady in white loves to read in her spare time very quiet a member of the girls' and mixed chorus ,..... a very active participant in girls' in- tramural basketball and volley ball. DON ROBERTS ..,,.. "Bidoen" .. "Didn't we go to a different school together?" .,.... ambition is to get away from all schools .r,,.. J. V. and Varsity football ...,.. member of Hi-Y whose chief ioy is driving anything on four wheels ...... chases girls in spare time. WILLIAM ROBERTS ...... "Bill" .,... . end on football team ...... gets his money's worth out of a hunting license ,..,.. second home is "Bur- dett's Service Station ..,., nice voice member of Hi-Y plays sweet music on harmonica .. in junior and senior plays . .... never seen without Tom or Doc. JOHN RUDOSKY "Junce" senior class wit ..... favorite ex- pression, "Huh!" ..,... likes lots of sleep-could be that's the cause of so many absences?? ....,. has no room for girls ...,. gets along well with Jim Lerner . .,.. ambition is to beat George Todoroff at pool. CHARLAINE SCHWAB ..,,.. "Char- lie" ....,. she was "robbed up and held" ...... loves certain French Fries .,.... which one is the bass fid- dle??? .,.... ask her about her "trained" lamp .,..., how'd she really break that wrist?? ...... fu- ture iournalist ...,. what about Ko- komo, Ind.?? .,.... those cool and Iimpid green eyes!!! ANGELO SCOPEL ,,.... "Cheet" . .. one of Cadogan's true southpaws his ambition is to become a forest ranger pitcher on our baseball team-good, too!! .,,... swims the Allegheny for exercise wants Penn State to be his Alma Mater ....,. bashful?? ,...,. fools with electricity in spare time. GLADYS MARIE SIPE ,..,.. "Gladys" wants to be a pilot likes all sports, but particularly enioys seeing the Pittsburgh Pirates in night baseball ...,.. camera fiend F. H. A. oh, that beautiful long hair!! ....., drives her Dad's Chevy ....., ask her all those men in Algebra Il class. JOHN E. SKUKALEK ..,... "Skuky" thinks it's against the law to take books home ...... ambition is to cash his pay checks . .... builds mo- del airplanes ....,. close friends with Porky and Measles ...... likes to dance-and is good at it ...... quiet? forward on the basketball squad. 22 GERARD SLAGLE ...,. "Jerry," Walt, and Duffy make up the gang ...,.. J. V. and varsity basketball .. at- tracted to Kittanning at times has o nice tenor voice ..,. good dancer-ask a certain sophomore transportation provided by brown Packard ., unconscious of opposite sex!l!??? KARL STOLLENWORK . "Cud- dles" .,.... easy going and friendly wants to be a mechanic in the military service .,... pays frequent visits to Leechburg and Freeport- obiect??? ...... beautiful redheads likes to hunt small game with "Charlie" , ..,, efficient clerk at "Mack's" little store .. tough, but oh, so gentle. WILLIAM STOVER ,. "Smokey" one of the Cadogan gang an ambitious pilot "Yea"-of model airplanes .,,. likes the soplr- omore class-wonder why??? . thinks Vaughn Monroe's recordings are super . another one of those hunters. JOHN STROUD , "Jig" ,.,, Oh, that unruly hair!!! Latin whiz! , .... grrr!!! ..... best friends-horses aims to be a successful farmer his "Peg O' My Heart" is a pert, blue-eyed blond ...... wonder who that is??? .. drives you nuts with that whistle ,.,. been pals with a French horn since way back! HELEN SZALANKIEWICZ ,,,... "Lynch" divides her interests between sewing and "That Certain Party" on Sixth faithful member of the F, H. A. .,,,.. Betty and Dolly are her constant companions .. "So Tired" is tops on her hit par- ade ..,... never in a hurry. 23 BETTY LOU TAGUE ...... "StOogie" soda jerks at Kling's with her shadow, Lonnie ...... loves to sleep head brains of maiorettes vice-president of Gregg Club ,,.... ask her about those flicker flash- backs pants up the steps at 8:29 every morning ...... loves the good old Charleston days. RUTH LORRAINE THIRY ,...,, "Lor- raine' ' ..,.. a short blond . ,,.. comes to us from Pleasant View ,,.... am- bition-to get out of school .... likes to sew, crochet, and eat ,..... never gains weight .,.,,, favorite song is "So Tired" ,..... one of our engaged girls ,.... chlauffeured to school every day in a blue Pack- ard. GEORGE TODOROFF "Greek" oh, that beautiful hair shoots wicked pool .. . ambition- ask June ,.... it must be love-l've walked over 600 miles so far where'd that bass come from??? what do you think?? smooth on the dance floor. JUNE TOLLIVER . . "June" . what a seamstress!!! pals with the Gang at "Carney's Place" oh!!! ,..... that personality . Mar- vin's private fan big scene in junior play-ugh!! ,. our acro- batic maiorette wicked table tennis player . loves to dance don't get her started laughing! beautiful voice. JAMES TOMASWlCK .. , "Jim" wants to be a mechanic spends much of his spare time crow and groundhog hunting runs around with Karl . his quietness is very misleading much happier with his dog "Ringer" than with mem- bers of the opposite sex. WILLIAM TURICIK .,,... "Turk" don't get him started on science our class president Cal's right-hand man .. pet peeve- learning how to donce ..,,.. loves to direct plays .,.... "Sheriff, what a drawl you have" ..,... strong, silent type!!! ...... why so many class om- cers' meetings??? BEATRICE VALEK ,.,.. "B-B" , faithful Sokol , spirit of the class ., hair susceptible to change!! still thinks Mr. Davis needs her on the team ,.4,,, had 'em rolling in the aisles as "Lizzie" in iunior play aims to be a beautici-an full of fun and mischief. JOHN R. VARHOLLA .. "Doodle" . ., plans to become an electrician . one of M. M.'s headaches a Cadoganite called "Henry" by his muddy-water blonde .. .. would rather ice skate than eat , , tall, "fair" fpunlj and Russian!! , . an Arthur Murray protege . swims like a fish. VIRGINIA WALKER .. "Dimples" . likes to eat, read, sew, crochet, and drink chocolate milkshakes ,.,,.. candy girl at Murphy's on Satur- day ..... proud to live the life of a hick 4.,... has pretty hair .,.... rates "You Can't Be True, Dear" as her hit tune. JAMES WAUGAMAN . ., "Cham" comes to school with his "spe- cial group" from McGrann .. small but ambitious . .. finds sat- isfaction in physical labor ,. won- der what causes those 'Frequent visits to Kittanning??? .. .. tinkers with automobiles for a pastime . friendly and helpful . ,, thinks he'll make good in the future. STANLEY WlLSON . ,... "Kansas" Pattonvillo's prize contributlon to F. C. H. S. .. greets you with "hello dere" ..,.. always in a pleas- ant mood . ,. lacks an interest in girls??? . ,.4. loats in "Ripples" gen- eral store . ,... a good friend to have .. plans to retire early. ELOISE WISER ,.... "Eloise" .. one of the few in the class who wears an engagement ring ,,,... bashful in her own sort of way . ,. small and neat ,...,. does she ever lose her temper??? . ,.,. always broke test tubes in chemistry ..,., can find her behind the counter at Klings. VALENTINE WOYTON ,. "Poker" loves all sports our most athletic .. iunior class president .. captain of 'Football team . greets you with a friendly "Hi deh youngin" comes from the wilds of Bellwood Gardens .. . guard on the basketball team . , never seen without Willie and Barrels. FRANK YASKULA "Zank" . Sulphur City romeo , plans to become a gob after graduation , centerfielder on our baseball team , pool shark ,... no certain heart interest??? .... enioys dancing!!! has an excellent voice .,.., sure basketball shot , ,,.. enioys step- ping on people's toes . .. likes his food. MARILYN YlNGST "Marilyn" ,. can't be beaten at ping-pong ,. dreams of owning her own horse someday . ,. one ofthe taller set ., an all-around good student treasurer of senior class .. plans to attend Penn State cl faithful Pirate rooter. 24 IRENE YOUNT ..,... "lrene" comes to us this year from Vander- grift ...... likes the friendliness of F. C. ...... spends her spare time at square or round dances ..,.., enioys talking to Duffy at noon-wonder why??? ...... Miss Shubert's quietest student ..l... usually seen with her cousin, Ruth . ., 'Future beautician. Cf... MA! . Out of the Side Show and into the Big Top-we're readied for the Main Event. Once the Spotlight is on us, once the crowd sees us, there will be no turning back. So to our successors, preparing for their Act, we the class of 1949, leave the following bits of technique so that they may be more sure of their steps in the Big Parade. Hope Arnold leaves the Tri-Hi-Y gavel to whoever can pound it. Donnie Barbour leaves her 6' 4" sailor to anyone tall enough to reach him, or keen enough to catch him. Paul Malagari leaves his knowledge to Elmer Greenawalt. Nancy Goldman leaves her seat in the library to anyone out for a good time. John Skukalek wills his five o'clock shadow to Richard Asay. Jean Holizna wills her cheering tights fwith zipper brokenl to anyone who will wear them. . Bill Lucian leaves his bottle of peroxide to Don Hender- SOI1. "Dutch" Miller leaves her soda ierking to Rose Butko. John Varholla leaves his seat in 303 unoccupied. Lorraine Thiry leaves all the Senior teachers to the Juniors. "Bud" Zerick wills his position on the basketball team to Bob Stivason. Vera Carney leaves her post behind the counter at Carney's Place to Marvin Russell. Earl Cooper wills his baseball ability and heart troubles to Ed Waltenbaugh. Betty Cippel leaves her black shoes to whoever thinks she can walk in them. Jerry Slagle wills his bow ties and bashfulness f?J around girls to "Lamby" Olinger. Lois Jane Malc wills her overgrown baton to any Junior maiorette with muscles strong enough to carry it. HOWARD ZERICK ,..... "Bud" .,.... if he isn't huntinglgroundhogs, he's down at J. G.'s ...,.. pals with Stivy played in the State Finals last year ...... what a long shot!!! ...,., oh, those crew cuts of his!!! ...,.. some giggle he' l ot . .... future- plumber .,,.., fa rite subiect, moun- tains. V1 i Francis Churchill leaves Miss Mitchell to Jerry Liptow. Louise Good wills the Good girl she used to be, until she ioined the Gregg Club. "Cork" Lettrich leaves his height to "Shun" Byron. Joan Carberry wills 25 pounds to anyone who needs them. "Ben" Cook wills his ability to shoot rabbits to Wayne Sherry. Joan Gowetski wills her new gym suit to whoever can use it. fShe didn'tJ. Ed Lunz leaves his "Six-shooter" to "Poncho". The "Senior Snushheads" will their pink socks to the in- coming "Snushheads." Dick Mechling leaves his position as fullback to John Herbst. Joan Gross leaves those sweet dimples to June Fox. Walter Kissick leaves his curly hair to Mr. Baum. Helen Coleman leaves those yellow shorts and saddle shoes to "Dorie" Henry. Agnes Harriger wills her seat on the Penn Transit Bus to JoAnn Reed. Victor Arco wills his flashy clothes to Lynn Patchin. Doris Priester leaves the Tri-Hi-Y bank book to whoever can make it balance. Joe Kiiowski wills his ability in woodshop to Nicky and Rake. Peggy Edwards wills her ice-skating ability to Mary Ann Hlavac. Frank King wills his whiskers to anyone who will wear them. Marilyn Yingst leaves five inches of height to anyone who needs them. 25 CZ... MA Esther Blondeaux leaves to hunt some inches to add to her four feet ten inches. Joe Krukar leaves his naturally curly hair to Carl Folcik. Pat Fester wills an eight year band membership and her flute to Carol Stivason. Lee Ray Green leaves his cello out of tune. iAs usualll Gladys Marie Sipes wills her trips to Pittsburgh to see the Pirates to whoever can find a way. Henry Deitz just leaves. John Falsetti leaves his dancing ability to Dick Valek. Lila Lee Lhote leaves that ,giggle to Joan Croyle. Richard Passmore leaves his position in the Gregg Club to any boy who has courage enough to take it. Doris Hindes leaves her bangs to Pat Kiene. Jack Reitler wills his motor-scooter to anyone crazy enough to take it. I Pat McMeans wills her attractiveness to Carmen Miller. Robert Maus wills his ability to tackle low to Lee Gregg. Jane Holizna wills her gym shoe string to anyone capable of making one do the iob of two. Grant Daugherty leaves his car out in the country- "couldn't get the darn thing started." Bill Roberts iust leaves-to get "Doc's" car. Betty Lou Tague leaves her 8:29W dashes to school each morning to "Tessie" and "Shirley." Jim Liptow leaves his cue stick to Salvatore Quattrone. Bernice Campbell leaves her athletic ability, and B-B Valek, her red hair, to Bella Krukar. Paul Klacka wills his slick trapping to Wib Euchler. Charlaine Schwab leaves her "lively tongue" to her sister, Pat. Jim Bowser leaves his seat on the bus to Bill Smith. Betty Kendra leaves with memories of Chucky. Dick Dui? leaves his famous "You're for me, baby," to Jerry Liptow. June Tolliver wills her baton to Ruthie Edwards. Walter Crytzer leaves No. 98 to Bill Kruetzer. Annabel McJunkin leaves her position of taking two his- tories to anyone who can stand it. 5 Bob Helm leaves George Dupierreux to "Fat" Orton. Min Dult leaves her afternoon's freedom to anyone who is lucky enough to get it. Pat Hutchison leaves his cruising to "Dutch." Jean Protz leaves her horn playing and Miss Bevington to the future musicians of F. C. H. S. Frank Yaskula leaves his position as "Romeo of Cadogan" to any other wolf. Peggy Kracht wills her neck-breaking acrobatic flops to "Tootie" Tremont. Verle Coleman wills his seat in home room to anyone who dares to risk it. Georgia Cassel wills her typewriter to Pat Wolfe. Jim Morvik wills his ability in Wood Shop to Louis Hribik with hopes of better success. Frankie Jean Hepler leaves her wearisome bus ride ta school to Gloria Swanson. Joseph Bureau leaves all the wonderful teachers to his brother Felix Ray. Rosemarie Baculik wills her so-called gym suit to whoever dares wear it. "Hammer" Fitzgerald leaves his cowboy boots to "Pump- kin." Virginia Walker leaves plenty of good fresh country air to the city slickers. Bill Stover wills his library troubles to Elmer Greenawalt. Don Roberts leaves his crazy antics on the bus to Donald "Romeo" Henderson. Gloria Capizzi leaves the iob of drawing posters to any- one who is fool enough to take it. "Barrels" Skukalek and "Poker" Woyton will their seats on the bench to Tom Relich and Dick Heighley. Lonnie Kania leaves her smoothness on the dance floor to Diana Ritchey. Edward Germy leaves Mr. Dupierreux to Don Wolfe and Charles Temsick. "Dee" Czapor leaves her note writing ability to Dot Smith. "Chicken" Gariglio leaves his large shoulder pads to Lee Gregg. The fifth period Woodworking Class leave the pits to the healthy of next year. "Stogie" and Lonnie bequeath their "Charleston" and "Si- lent Movies" to all those headed for the padded cell. "Junior" Woyton wills "Sarge" another year's working in the wash rooms. The basketball team leaves Rupert's whippings to next year's squad. This will is signed, sealed, published, and declared valid by the above named class of nineteen hundred and forty-nine as our last Will and Testament. William Turicik, Class President First Witness: William Byron Junior Class President Second Witness: John Cippel, Sophomore Class President if , ,,... V if ,. 5. Q, X ,Jie X? me 1 S N 'x 5 'V wifi' W4 if Ezgzz 1 . w i-: W CW VLVLV, ' i 5 1 Q 3 ff 1 if ww? W, Aff 4 if be Jr' 2 45 ,Q 1 2 52125225 5 Q Y R 1' ff 5: " . -EY9. ' , .V ,W g9,.4.. Q. , .4 . M Q, K +9 2 if Mk E' X .ES ,E -L , ' 'WY M , ,,,,,.,f1?5 w' M W 32 e viii skxfffls 'E Ji, . is 52 . WW if L 1. an Q 1 s f if is P 31 m ! , Q A .. gQ n-.4k, ,,f, i Ofoofing in ,7!Le 5y51fa!Z?a! During our stroll down the Midway, we passed the tent of the fortune teller. Just for fun we stopped to see what the future held for our class. After we had crossed her palm with sil- ver, she told us to look into her crystal ball, where the following scenes passed before our eyes in rapid succession. The first thing we saw was a Naval Base where Admiral Walter Kissick was showing Wil- liam Retzer, Robert Ortmann, Frank Yaskula, Francis Churchill, and Jim Liptow how to scrub decks, while off in a corner we saw Chief Petty Officer Paul Malagari tinkering with the radio. A cloud formed in the crystal ball and we waited patiently for it to clear, wondering what would appear next. As the cloud cleared, we saw Donnie Bar- bour and Rosemarie Baculik, who met just in front of Arco's haberdashery. They waved to Vic, who was trimming the window, and then went across the street to Helm and Johnston's Dairy Store, where Beverly Miller made them an extra special banana split while they talked over old times. Father down the street we saw the twins with their four little J's, marching into Protz's Bootery to buy some shoes. Then we saw John and Peggy, the prosper- ous farmer and his wife, sitting in front of their television set. The big attraction for the evening was a program from Carnegie Hall where com- poser-conductor Lee Ray Green was about to lower his baton for the opening strains of his latest violin concerto in which Leona Kania was featured as soloist. Again a cloud formed across the crystal ball, and when it had cleared, we saw an airfield where Albert Hribik, William Stover, and George Morda were flying the latest jet jobs. We saw Betty Lou Tague, air hostess, checking her list of passengers. These included Dom Cesare, return- ing from investigating conditions of the coal min- ers in England, Richard Passmore, famous law- yer, John Falsetti, the international dancing in- structor, Gloria Capizzi and her assistant, Bernice Campbell, renowned artists, and George Tod- oroff, still trying to find a shorter way to Manor- ville. Coming in from the other direction, Pilot Dean Doverspike, and Co-pilot Gladys Marie Sipe made a smooth landing. While mechanics James Waugaman, James Tomaswick, and Richard Kar- abin were checking the motor, several passengers prepared for the take-off. Edward Germy, mis- sionary, was going to the coast on the first lap of his journey to the mission field in Africa, Miss Joan Gowetski was going to inspect one of her famous news stores, Privates Richard Hand, Karl Stollenwerk, Joe Hagofsky, David Patsue, and Stanley Wilson were returning to their base after their leaves. After seeing these scenes, we waited anx- iously for some that would tell us what had hap- pened tothe other members of the class. We did not wait long, however, for soon the ball cleared and this is what we saw: ln Maw Harriger Umny's Cafeteria, just off the campus of a well-known college, we saw Professor William Turicik dining with his secre- tary and assistant, Doris Priester. At one end of the cafeteria Coach Val Woyton and his star foot- ball players, Kenneth Lettrich and Walter Crytzer, were grabbing a nutritious lunch while talking over new plays. Over in a far corner we saw student Earl Cooper still trying to figure out his solid problems, and there was Grant Daugherty covering another tablecloth with one of his orig- inal cartoons. Leaving the cafeteria, we peeked into the dean's office and saw Helen Coleman 0520 ing in .7Ae Gydlfafgaf taking down shorthand notes from the Dean of Women, Marilyn Yingst. ln the gyms we saw Frank Hribik, boys' physical education instructor, and Eileen Beck, girls' physical education instruc- tor, putting their classes through calisthenics. Next the crystal ball took us to a farm show in a state capitol. There Edward Lunz, Robert Hileman, and Robert Davis, now prosperous farmers, met Doris Hindes, as they were looking over the various exhibits. Verle Coleman was proudly exhibiting his famous Poland China pigs. Chief electrician for the show was John Varholla. Again a cloud formed over the crystal ball and when it had cleared, we were surprised tc see a big city hospital in which Dr. Joseph Krukar was preparing to perform an important opera- tion on the famous newspaper columnist, John Rudosky. Assisting at the operation were nurses Joan Carberry, Hope Arnold, and Mary Catherine Rich. Recovering from an attack of ennui was Charles Hutchison, while Bob Maus was there for observation. ln another part of the hos- pital Dr. Gariglio had iust finished extracting a tooth for big leaguer Paul Klacha. Waiting pa- tiently in his outer office was Anabel McJunkin to see him about some of her charity cases. Next we saw a galaxy of famous radio stars putting on a program for the Teachers' Old Age Benefit. Bill Roberts as announcer, introduced singers Lois Jane Malc, Patty Anne McMeans, Marlene McCarthy, Gerard Slagle, and Dick Duff, comedian, B. B. Valekg and lecturer, Jack Reitler. Photographer Bill Lucian was on hand to photo- graph the many celebrities. The scene shifted to a lodge in the moun- tains where foresters Angelo Scopel and James Novak were discussing Christmas tree raising with Henry Dietz. Guests at the lodge for the week-end were the famous sportsmen, Howard Zerick and Bill Jansen. Ben Cook, James Mor- vick, and Joe Kiiowski were out hunting bear. James K. Bowser and Franklin King were exhib- iting their trophy, a 12 point buck. At Donald Roberts' grocery store we saw Vera Carney and Joan Jageman, now married, discussing their little girls' progress in kinder- garten with the teacher, Esther Blondeaux. Next door in Mechling's Feed Store, George Fitzgerald and Richard Clever were buying feed for their farm animals. Georgia Lou Cassel and Peggy Edwards were buying their fruit at Goldinger's fruit market. At the movie owned and operated by the Cippel-Gross-Gribik chain, Delores Czapor, Frankie Jean Hepler, and Honey Kiiowski were having a bubble gum cracking contest. ln an- other part of the theater Min Duff was complain- ing to Nancy Goldman about having too many of her father's shirts to iron. Betty Kendra and Chuckie were holding hands in the front row. Joe Bureau had just called Bingo for the third time in a row. The picture for the evening fea- tured the sultry-voiced June Tolliver. Another glance into the crystal ball showed us Irene Yount's Beauty Parlor, where Margie Dunmire, secretary to a prominent business man, was gossiping with Rose Morvik and Louise Good. lrene's assistant, Helen Szalankiewicz, was work- ing on their hair. At the church on the corner a wedding party was coming out. The bride, Lorraine Thiry, was attended by Virginia Walker. The minister who had performed the ceremony was Pat Fester's husband. The final scene showed Charlaine Schwab and Lila Lee Lhote, each in her own home by now, wondering if things had turned out as they had seen them in the crystal ball. 4 X 67 nf X5 6' lfmiom The Junior Class shows great promise as next year's Seniors. During their prosperous year, they sponsored many money making pro- jects. They provided us with the annual Vic- tory Dance at the close of our football season, sold Christmas wreaths, and sold refreshments CLASS OFFICERS William Byron , , . Presiden' Thomas Stroud . , Vice-presiden' Patricia Kiene , ., Secretary Barbara Bouch Treasure: CLASS ADVISORS Miss Bottlander Miss Aurancl Miss Beamon Mrs. Winner Mr. Sowers at the basketball games. This ambitious class crowned its year's activities by being hosts to the Seniors at the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Having successfully climbed past the third rung of the ladder, they are now prepared to enter the Big Top. Back Row: Joseph Omasta, Jack Ryan, James Heffeltinger, William South, Robert Davis, Salvatore Quattrone, Fred Fox Third Row: Beatrice Valek, Frances Putz, Martha Claypool, Mary Ann Olinger, Patricia Binder, Bill Kreutzer Second Row: Marlene McCarthy, Margaret Rich, Reatl-na Schall, Marcella Skukalek, Jean Goodyear, Charles Milligan, Miss Bottlancler, Joseph Cippel Front Row: Jack Iseman, Lucille Leque, Betty Dailey, Mary Ann Colonna, Marie Hromadik, Rosemary Butko, Patricia Kiene, John Michael Volek lfLlfLL0l".'5 Back Row: Lee Gregg, Paul Shumaker, Walter Kiiowski, Norman Huselton, Lamberson Ollinger, Marvin Russell. Third Row: Edward Chauvaux, Donald Wyant, Ronald Temsik, Dawson Clay- poole, Kenneth McCollim, Carl Folcik, Ronnie Jean Pendleton. Second Row: Dorothy Rupert, Betty Shotts, Anna Marie Beck, Magdelan Gayda, Cecilia Labutka, Doris Buhite, Eleanor Kane, Olga Magdy, Miss Beamon. Front Row: Delores Zimmerman, Donna Clever, Bernadine Tirpak, Maxine Reynolds, Janet Holizna, Patty Czapor,Betty Mohr. Back Row: James Karl, Donald Rupert, Donald Shotts, Lynn Patchin, Donald Wolfe. Third Row: Harvey Martin, John Gongola, James Swartzlander, Clair Culp, Samuel Nelson, Dick Humes, John Charney, Alan Fair. Second Row: Mary Ann Hlavac, Isabelle Rothwell, Betty Bryant, Frances Bartek, Glenna Cunningham, Isabelle Krukar, Jerry Minarcin, Mrs. Winner. Front Row: Joanne Thompson, Betty Shakley, Phyllis Zerick, Frances Remis, Myrtle Mack, Carrie Johnson, Helen Payo, Patty Chauvaux. 33 lfmiom .. , E -4-v-H --...T... Back Row: Charles Kamer, Ray Swank, Wayne Sherry, Lawrence Euchler, William Byron. Third Row: Donald Cowan, Albert Walleck, Albert Hribik, Enrico Papurello, Thomas Relich, James Manes, John Mysliwiec, Gloria Swanson. Second Row: Harry Gauker, Barbara Bouch, Geraldine Parisi, Helen Barber, Phyllis Sellers, Ann Irwin, Mary Jane Reich, Leatrice Miller, Ruth Yount, Miss Aurand. Front Row: June Fox, Shirley Cechvala, Joan Croyle, Thelma Hartman, Genevieve Kotyk, Vivian Lungrik, Diana Ritchey. Back Row: Dale Orton, Richard Asay, James Lerner, Thomas Stroud, William Scott, Frederick Gaggini. Third Row: Rudolph Durec, Robert Jackson, Jack Ray, Donald Henderson, George Morda, Judith Greene, Theresa Ondrusek, Joyce Stitt. Second Row: Richard Walker, Richard Clever, Joanne Coulter, Betty Riggle, Sally Bish, Jo Ann Reed, Sally Scheeren, Alice Lee Campbell, Mr. Sowers. Front Row: Dolores Fair, Barbara Wilson- croft, Marcella Hufhand, Jeannine Axton, Theresa Levcik, Clara Klingensmith. 34 The Sophomores, after a busy Freshman year, entered senior high school with many plans for their part in the Big Top's show. Their activi- ties during the year included a Midterm Hop, a dance after the final basketball game, and a bake sale. The main event of their act was a trip to Kennywood Park, the climax of their social life as Sophomores. Sophomore advisers are Mrs. Aubrey, Mrs. Cogley, Miss Smith, Mrs. Geiser, Mr. Adams, Mr. Ortman, and Mr. Thompson. -SZIQAOWQOPQ6 Mr. Brinker Mr. Rupert OFFICERS President . . ,. John Cippel Vice-president ,, ., . , .. John Herbst Secretary-treasurer . .. Janet Gordon Student teachers from Indiana State Teachers College -,V..r. T...., f' "7 Chi? ..,,.... i'f Back Row: Kenneth Davis, Randall Schrecengost, John Badura, Leo Liberto, Elmer Greenawalt, Norman Campbell Third Row: Joanne Waugaman, Janet Klingensmith, Joan Carpen, Helen Mauthe, Shirley Riggle, Mary Jo Pytel, Theodore Perdos, James Stivenson, Richard Luchesa Second Row: Valiean Heasley, Doris Smith, Elmira Hooks, Delores Delong, Loretta Parisi, Cecilia Kiiowski, Margaret Frerotte, Stanley Henry, James Kentfield, Mrs. Cogley First Row: Jacob Milz, Shirley Dry, Katherine Tremont, Louis Hribik, Lowell Simmons, Margie Boyd, Lois Fiscus, Robert Klin- gensmith 35 0,9 OWLOIWQ5 n.-... .IW Back Row: Richard Valek, Gust Frerotte, Vearl Lookabaugh, James Schmaus, Donald PaFFrath, Russell Crissman, Edward Shaffer. Third Row: Edward Leard, Robert Stivason, Edward Hribik, Eleanor Harrison, Clyde Beatty, Fortune Michaux, John Woodside. Second Row: Richard Heigley, Robert Kendra, Ernest Klingensmith, Coralee Fichthorn, Bernice Vensel, Mary Klaput, Ethel Cousins, Annette Kerr, Donna Jean Henry, Mrs. Aubrey. Front Row: Doris Thiry, Mildred Frantz, Glenna Lou Lewis, Lillian Sheasley, Dorothy Presko, Norma Jean Reich, Martha Odrechowski, Mary Alice Butler. Back Row: James Law, Henry Livengood, Herbert Adams, Robert Meek, John Tripp, Dean Spencer, John Kanzlemar. Third Row: Mary Ellen Theveinin, Louiseen Colosimo, Carole Karl, Julia Ann King, Marilyn Buck, Mary Heilman, Mary Louise Germy, Alvin Sellers, Jack Hatfield. Second Row: James Erdley, Douglas Wingard, William Ortman, Theresa Prazenica, Mary Louise Shakley, Rose Kudelka, Wayne Rupert, Mr. Ortman. Front Row: Howard Himes, Martha Fox, Doris Fair, Earlyn Reed, Esther Morelli, Dean Bowser, Charles Asay 36 ww... ....,...i - -11--ii - - 0lfVL0l"915 Back Row: John Lux, John Minarcin, John Herbst, William Simpson, Charles Temsik, William Schwab. Third Row: Gene Gregory, Lloyd Bish,John Vargo, Roger Klingensmith, John Chekan- ski, Leonard Davis, Edward Hutchison. Second Row: Mr. Adams, George Liperote, George Yas- kula, Norma Churchill, Dorothy Smith, Janet McJunkin, Patti Schwab, Miss Smith. Front Row: Theresa Hooks, Ethel Heckman, Clara Kiiowski, Virginia Dode, Eleanor Troup, Elaine Galanis, lrene Pella, Patricia Wolfe. Back Row: Edward Matus, Tom Booth, Charles Himes, Jay Kline, Jerry Liptow, Donald Reeb, Jr., John Cippel. Third Row: Robert Laing, Jr., Dorothy King, Jack O'Brien, Marlin Smail, Florence Fox, Robert Hagofsky, James Earley, James Thomas. Second Row: Carmen Miller, Patricia Em- monds, Evelyn Heide, Mary Catherine Petrovsky, Nancy Ann Reeb, Rose Marie Tedeski, Janet Blondeaux, Janet Gordon, Ruthie Bryan, Miss Deen. Front Row: Jo Ann Semmens, Olga Kuchta, Dorothy Cochran, Elizabeth Turicik, Catherine Hrabovsky, Paul Arner, Richard Vidanoff, Max Seclcinger. 37 ...,...k .ff 3 - ff 'ii 5 1, ,Ig my -an of aw., gm ary - 'W ,X '11 5, Q '9 if I In rg, 1 Q3 P Q' , w ,4 W 7 IN-,. b 'E' fix Q H ss unauqnuasnns- 9 V V ,, ww yt, 1f1,fh m H52-530-54 i?l"8:5Al4fL8lfL Back Row: George Davenport, Max Davis, Donald Decock, Edward Duris, Carl Dry, Richard Di- Gregorio, Thomas Emmonds. Third Row: John Englert, William Cunningham, Sally Fair, Jean Fickes, James Dunmire, Clinton Davis, Anthony Dinus, Robert Gibson, Eugene Eck. Second Row: Mary Czapor, Betty Durec, Gayle Davis, Belle Edinger, Lucy Gauker, Patricia Fichthorn, ldella Davis, Yvonne Emmonds, Mrs. Brodhead. Front Row: Charles Englert, Oreste Falsetti, Elder Fen- nell, Dail Fennell, Lois Dowling, Shirley Czapor, Betty Cyphers, Patricia Ferguson. Back Row: Dorothy Hallman, Shirley lseman, Gail Kentfield, Mary Ellen Hankey, James Good, Ed Hobaugh, Jerry Kamer. Third Row: Sally Haney, Ann Halas, Sally Green, Delores Henry, Ann Griffith, Norma Hawk, Elizabeth Hagofsky, Marlene Heinrich, Junior Hankey. Second Row: Tom Jansen, Ernest Jackson, Delores Hartman, Louise lseman, James Goodyear, Frances Hassa, Ber- nard Haney, James Hrabovsky, James Hilliard, Mr. Miller. Front Row: Joyce Kane, Janice Kane, Wendell Hartman, Tom Gray, George Gribik, Dick Johnson, John Jaworski, James Herbst, Paul Jackson. 40 """r .EAQJAWQQW MMT- Back Row: Bob Martin, Zelda King, Mary Louise Miller, Mildred Maus, Richard Livengood, Charles Klingensmith, Robert Kunst. Third Row: Jerome Morda, Bobby Kovalovsky, Harry King, William Liberto, Dick McGuire, James Kunst, Wayne Miller, Vivian Marshall, Shirley Lettrich. Second Row: Janet Mechling, Julia Malc, Patricia Moore, Eugene Miller, Virginia Miller, Delores Kradel, Car- olyn Kolek, Mary Ann Kunst, Miss Weaver. Front Row: Eileen McKain, Suzanne Myers, Donna McCollim, Sandra McCarthy, Shirley Kuhn, Harry Lessire, Edward Mechling, John Milligan, Dean Klingensmith. Back Row: William Rosenberger, Rennie Simmons, Joseph Retzer, Thomas Schrecengost, Robert Petras, William Rebaric, Edward Schnell, Eugene Omasta. Third Row: Vivian Pendleton, Joan Scott, Juliann Pavlik, Grace Pore, Lenore Schafter, Ralph Schaeffer, Arthur Rupert, James Shiring, Wayne Silvis. Second Row: Ethel Jane Rupert: Beverly Rupert, Joanne Rogan, Goldie Shotts, Kathryn Sanko, Shirley Smathers, Garnet Pore, Lillian Payo, Mr. Buyers. Front Row: Henry Shev- chuk, Kenneth Ritchey, Shirley Parisi, Janice Rupert, Beverly Paup, Helen Priester, Alphonse Radic, George Schaeffer. Al ...,........ :if l"Qf5Al4fL8lfL Back Row: James Stroud, Albert Wagner, Vance Stivason, Edward Waltenbaugh, Ray Watterson, John Wain, Raymond Zelek. Third Row: Keith Wilson, William Walker, Edmund Stofega, Lee Ann Vulgan, Marlene Trunzo, Doris South, Frances Waltenbaugh, Barbara Wintgens, Dorothy Smith. Second Row: Walter Stivenson, .lohn Waugaman, Dorothy Thomaswick, Helen Volek, Earla Westwood, Shirley Swartz, Helen Spachtholz, Beverly Walker, Barbara Visnosky, Miss Ekis. Front Row: King Woodside, Robert Walker, John Yassem, Stephen Zboran, Samuel Spencer, Mary Valasek, Elsie Vargo, Richard Voina. Back Row: Russell Anderson, William Culleiton, Walter Cochran, William Bowser, Russell Brum- baugh, Paul Coulter, Glenn Cunningham, Richard Chauvaux, Charles Boyher. Third Row: Donald Contrael, Faye Aites, Dorothy Bowser, Florence Beck, Mary Catherine Bower, Jean Boarts, Felix Bureau. Second Row: John Crownover, James Allison, Shirley Bernauer, Carrie Boney, Shirley Crawford, Celia Anthony, Mary Louise Campbell. Front Row: Gene Clever, Patricia Bowser, Mar- ilyn Beck, Shirley Blondeaux, Josephine Andrews, Florence Camp, Allene Beck. 42 ciglfl. Qu Q N 'T-"L"?" Back Row: John Klimkowicz, Edward Burdett, Ronald Baker, Harold Boyer, Frank Arnold, Marion Lysakowski, John Myschisin, Third Row: Alberta John, Helen Tihanovich, Carolyn Schreckengost, Ann Novak, Kathryn Harosky, Dorothy Churchill, Patricia Wiser, Betty Koiowski, Catherine Christ. Second Row: Donald Hrabovsky, Bob Fichthorn, Larry Huthand, Ethel Guthrie, Leona Rupert, Betty Markby, Mary Ann Guthrie, Shirley Bailey, Miss McCoy. Front Row: Betty Walbert, Lois Jean Woodside, Wiliam Livengood, John Manning, George Arnold, John Slagle, Clifford Sanders, John Ewing, Ronald Stitt. Back Row: Martha Crissman, Helen Kubatko, Joanne Hooks, Doris Marks, William Anthony, Donald Petras. Third Row: Wil- liam Miller, Helen Cyphers, Joanne Smith, Joyce Lefevre, Hazel Bish, Samuel Given, Amil Brisky, LeRoy Wiser, John Rosen- berger. Second Row: Jon Reed, Beverly Hockenberry, Mary Baker, Shirley King, June Schall, Agnes Goodgasell, Sandy Bryant, Ronald Klingensmith, Donald Simmons, Mr, Baum. Front Row: Edward Bish, Glenn Neale, Virgil Aites, Jimmy Byron, Barbara Hileman, June Cunningham, Edward Schaffhauser, Lowell Milz, John Goldinger, James Woodside. 43 SWA Qu Q - Back Row: Jimmy Roberts, Allen Welch, Raymond Miller, Bob Stewart, Joseph Gregory, Stanley Gowetski. Third Row: Rich- ard Gardner, Walter Kuchta, Harry Schaeffer, David Claypool, Bill Fichthorn, Beverly Cochran, Sally Dill, Marlene Foreman. Second Row: Nancy Everett, Margaret Baillie, Bernice Klingensmith, Phyllis Walker, Vivian Asay, Morilen Ruth Bowser, Peggy Procious, Lois Reeb, Mrs. Kinley. Front Row: Herbert Stitt, Joe Wilcox, Sally lrwin, Ann Eakins, Beverly White, Jennie Lee Morgan, Betty Bowser, Janet Hufhand, Harry Kololcowski, Andy Pytel, Frank Shaffer. Back Row: Richard Goodgasell, Wilbur Stitt, Robert Wingard, Dale McCullough, Earl Riggle, John Oliver. Third Row: Gretta Sharpe, Helen Waltenbaugh, William Harriger, William Morda, Robert Dunmire, Philip Hetriclx, Harriet Cassel, Norma Cooper. Second Row: Doris McGuire, John Smith, Walter Slagle, Alice Hartman, Frank Rupert, Betty Blusk, Dean Galanis, John Roudy- bush, Mrs. Tylinski. Front Row: Ralph Livengood, Edwin Slagle, Donald Scott, Robert Hallman, Patricia Heffelfinger, Marion Stivason, Shirley Emminger, Vera Yount, Rose Blusk. 44 -gZl!8lfLfA gm 8 Back Row: Richard Boarts, William Snyder, ,lack Bryan, Raymond Moore. Third Row: Janet Riggle, Shirley Dillard, Betty Heasley, Betty Herbst, Lois Lukehart, Shirley Schaeffer, James Wright, Clark Walters. Second Row: Charles Lutterbach, Jan- ice Swartzlander, Julia Nycz, Dale Anderson, Nick Wilsoncroft,William Heider, Robert Burdett, Robert Shumalcer, Miss Barlett. Front Row: Beverly McKain, Joan Martin, Beverly Yount, Carol Fulton, Louise Rupert, William Baker, Charles Goldinger, Veda Aites, Luby Kotyk, Leroy Davis. Back Row: Richard Grabiec, John Ollinger, Audrey Westwood, Janet Grove, Ruth Ann Stroud, Sara Wess, Delores Cowan. Third Row: Patsy Hazen, Shirley Wyant, Charlene Horan, Delores Green, Mary Ann Pacuch, Gene Nameche, Stanley Schaef- fer, Alfred Myers, William Myers. Second Row: Ronny Ewing, Larry Petrovsky, William Crawford, Lois Jeanne Lessire, Rose Marie Brisky, Norma Davis, Kenneth Klingensmith, Robert Salankiewicz, Bernard Lysakowski, Miss Rhines. Front Row: Mar- iorie Waugaman, Glenn Waugaman, Clifford Dunn, Sonya Myers, William Fullerton, Henri Mae Smith, Richard Heilman, Janet Kyiowski. 45 QUQVLKA gm 8 Back Row: Flanc Hollobaugh, Swig Dinko, Guthrie Third Row: Wri Klingensmith, Sti Hartman, Hilliard, thrie, Buhite, King Second Row: Skului Hollabaugh, R e hc Bailey, Fiscus, Jack Corbett, Miss I maker Front Row: Blondec Dunmire, Stump, Ha Toy, Paup, AII1 worth, Olinger Back Raw: Hilen Yassem, Thiry, Spen Crossman Third Row: Contr Chestnut, Dickey, 5 manski, Swcatt, Bo Novak Second Row: Fergu: Wright, Crytzer, St son, Wendell, Ste Evans, Mrs. King Front Row: Smelt Roudybush, Livengc Fuller, Heasley, N Sanoba, Hilliard Back Row: King, i' rison, Yount, Geii Burger Third Row: Davis, T sik, Rupert, Vinan' Evans, Pendleton, l maclik Second Row: Roclg Stitt, Mizarelx, Bi Evans, Crissman, wards, White, I Davis Front Row: Mil Hileman, Schreceng Piper, Yount, Mil Bowser, Wcyton, N ga, Fennell 46 X X, X F1 , - 4291244 I f MMV "4 4 22555555555 1655525556 f 504517 g ff if f 1:1 . 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X - M51 W! ww x-mm xw Q , 'mxwxxiixxxm e if , 'r' , Nm -- , N -f X K ' 5 G59 If my K. lx! 1 K, FIM Y Xkkxkiwx-N if ,A9 ,Jr ,Q xx ,QM ,Huh - A my . ' Nxwvbm V , I1-j ggijl XXNSKXEX tiiiifsq., ' ff' I5-:fl 1 F Uxiilxg Pmilff-'ISA X -f-ivy 1 f vii- N w'!fa.-fs '-xv? Win' , --YNxxX we X1 '5- gieei 1 'K ' by QQ g :e zqg21e :fffl-feisfi. .1095 M X ff X .gf IVY f 'w ,W - mx , ','f,n'n:5,f' ,, '1,4"',4i', xx- S flulig ' ' - 1 ffllwxi W , 1 5 'P 1, OW Zim! Last Row: Clair Culp, Frank King. Row 6: Lee Ray Green, Jim Shiring, Mary Ann Olinger, Marilyn Yingst, Bill Simpson, Don Patt- rath. Row 5: Jean Protz, Marlene Bowser, Janet Shiffgens, Charlaine Schwab, Norma Davis, Dolores Zimmerman, Shirley Bernauer, Beverly Walker. Row 4: Jack O'Brien, Eleanor Harrison, Patricia Fester, Mary Ann Kunst, Carol Ford, Douglas Wingard, Leonard Davis. Row 3: Robert Laing, Sally Dill, Carmen Miller, Jimmy Allison, Stanley Henry, Richard Gardner, Frank Shaffer, Barbara Bouch, Alvin Sellers.. Row 2: Miss Lola Bevington, Bob Gibson, Leona Kania, Henry Woyton, Raymond Miller, Tom Schrecengost, Wilbert Eucler, Helen Coleman, Lois Jane Malc. Row 1: June Tolliver, MaryAnn Hlavac, Betty Lou Tague, Donetta Barbour, Paula Jo Painter, Patty Anne McMeans, Diana Ritchey, Rose Marie Butko, Carrie Johnston. Absent: John Stroud, Jim Stroud, Renny Simmons, Paul Arner, Sam Spencer, Robert Stewart, Carol Ann Reitler. The Ford City High School Band, under the capable direction of Lola Bevington, has built a reputation of which its members, the school, and the community can well be proud. All eyes turn to this group. Led by 6 senior, 5 junior and 2 baby maiorettes, and four color guards, they execute their clever and unique capers at the football games. Their presence at the home basketball games has greatly added to the en- thusiasm of the players and spectators. Long after all other students have gone home, you will find the band rehearsing diligently, every Monday and Wednesday. Their Spring Concert is the 'Fine result of their united effforts and hard work. During the term several members of the Band have participated in district and county festivals. Ford City High School Band-we proudly salute you!!! OFFICERS President . . , ,, ,, .., Lee Ray Green Vice President .,.,, ,.... , . . John Stroud Secretary-Treasurer , . Patricia Fester Librarian , , .,.,.... ,, . . Leonard Davis Assistant Librarian , .,.. William Simpson Drum Maiorette . . . ...., Lois Jane Malc Wardrobe .. ,...... ..., M arilyn Yingst Sally Dill TRUMPET SEXTET: gard, Frank Shaffer TRUMPET QUARTET: Harrison, Carmen Miller 48 Alvin Sellers, Robert Laing, Leonard Davis, Jack O'Brien, Douglas Wm Barbara Bouch, Sally Dill, Eleanor enior Orc!Le5fra Violins: Barbara Bouch, Marilyn Yingst, Leona Kania, Mary Louise Germy, Mary .lo Pytel. Viola: Peggy Kracht. String Boss: Char- laine Schwab. Cello: Lee Ray Green. Clarinets: Delores Zimmerman, Mary Ann Olinger. Flute: Patricia Fester. Trumpets: Robert Laing, Leonard Davis, Eleanor Harrison, Alvin Sellers, Douglas Wingard, Jack O'Brien. Trombone: Wilbert Eucler. Horn: Virginia Protz. Drums: Bill Simpson, Stanley Henry. Piano: Marlene McCarthy. Director: Miss Lola Bevington. The Senior Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Lola Bevington, is one of the most prominent organizations in the school. In addition to playing lively marches for the weekly assemblies, it also performs at the annual Christmas Program, the spring concert, class plays, and the commencement and baccalaureate services. This year the orchestra sent eight members STRING ENSEMBLE: Lee Ray Green, Mary Louise Germy, Peggy Kracht, Cl-iarlaine Schwab, Leona Kania, Marlene McCarthy, Mar- ilyn Yingst, Mary Jo Pytel, Barbara Bouch TRIO: Lee Ray Green, Peggy Kracht, Patricia Fester 49 to the County Orchestra Festival at Apollo in January. President Vice President Secretary , . Treasurer . . Librarian I OFFICERS Lee Ray Green Peggy Kracht Leonard Davis . Robert Laing Marilyn Yingst vw Junior Orc!LeAfra Violins: Andy Pytel, Marion Lysakowski, Patty Bowser, Sally Fair. Clarinets: Beverly Walker, .lim Shiring, Shirley Bernauer, Norma Davis. Saxophone: John Slagle. Cornets: Frank Shaffer, Sally Dill, Dick McGuire. Trombones: Raymond Miller, Henry Woyton. Bells: Marilen Bowser. Drums: Richard Gardner, Jimmy Allison, Cymbals: Sally Irwin. Piano: Peggy Procious, Marlene Foreman. Director: Miss Bevingfon. The Junior High Orchestra, under the able direction of Miss Lolo Bevington, contributes greatly to the school by training many young musicians for our future Senior High Orchestra. Developing appreciation for good music, learning the fundamentals and the art of playing together-these are values obtained in this group. BRASS QUARTET: Bob Laing, Leona Davis, Tom Schrecengost, Wilbl Euchler CLARINET QUARTET: Marilyn Ying Charlaine Schwab, Mary Ann Ol ger, Delores Zimmerman 50 Wmxecf 6 amd Buck Row-Robert Laing, William Ortman, Clair Culp, Enrico Papurella, Leo Liberia, Domenic Cesare, Jack Reitler, Edward Chau- vaux, John Stroud, Lee Ray Green, William Simpson, Robert Meek, John Tripp, James Liptow, William Roberts, Gerard Slogle, George Todoroft, Valentine Woyton, Jerome Liptow, John Cippel, Leonard Davis, Ernest Klingensmith, Richard Duft. Second Row-Jean Holizna, Gloria Capizzi, Betty Kendra, Jean Protz, Mary Catherine Rich, Patricia McMeans, Leona Kania, Betty Lou Tague, Donetta Barbour, Rosemarie Baculik, Cecilia Labutka, Barbara Bouch, Louise Good, Pat Binder, Phyllis Sellers, Mary Jane With the raising of the baton at the opening of the Christ- mas Cantata, the choral department of Ford City Hi began a most successful year of providing musical entertainment under the able leadership ot Mr, Martin Thompson. Presented by candlelight with the stage set to represent a church scene, the Christmas Cantata proved one ot the most inspiring events ofthe season. At all-county chorus held at Dayton in November and at District chorus at Kitanning, Ford City was represented by a number of outstanding students selected from the various choral groups. 7 VLJQWQLL Patty Anne McMeans, Lonnie Kania, Pat Fester, Charlaine Schwab, Mary Ann Olinger, Lois Jane Malc, Betty Lou Tague, June Fox, June Tolliver, Peggy Kracht, accompanist. Reich, Peggy Kracht, Ronald Jean Pendleton, June Tolliver, Vera Car- ney, Helen Payo. Front Row-Mr, Thompson, Jane Holizna, Pat Fester, Elaine Gal- anis, Carmen Miller, Patricia Emmonds, Beatrice Valek, Joan Jage- man, Doris Priester, Anabel McJunkin, Hope Arnold, Lois Jane Malc, Charlaine Schwab, Joan Carberry, Mary Ann Ollinger, Marlene McCarthy, Marilyn Yingst, Georgia Cassel, Carrie Johnston, Lila Lee Lhote, Sally Scheeren, Ann Irwin, Myrtle Mack, June Fox, Shirley Ceclivala. The delightful operetta, "Marianne," by Yahres proved a huge success. The cast included Lois Jane Malc as Marianne, Myrtle Mack as Mabel, John Cippel as Marco, the butler, Bill Roberts as Al Carter, Gerard Slagle as Johnny O'Shea, John Stroud as Ramon, the bank official, and Leonard Davis as Senor del Monsara. Spring was ushered in with a concert consisting of selecf tions by the various choral groups in the department. After providing music for baccalaureate and commence- ment exercises, the baton was lowered, concluding the vocal department's activities for the i948-49 school year, ,ga ll .. V A 5 Q- I nr" , W 'S 'v ll bww I S 5 if E 183i "IZ all c 5 H FV ggi if Q Q ,yi -ff "1 W "1fS1 f ff Last Row: Grant Daugherty, Donald Wolfe, Lynn Patchin, James Karl, Richard Humes, Edward Leard, William Simpson, Donald Paffrath. Second Row: William Roberts, Robert Kendra, Earl Cooper, James Manes, John Cippel, Jack Hatfield, Leonard Davis, Francis Churchill. First Row: Robert Laing, Stanley Henry, Alvin Sellers, Gene Gregory, Richard Asay, Lee Ray Green, Dean Bowser, Mr. Adams. The Hi-Y of Ford City High School was reorganized after being inactive for five years. Although the club was late in getting started, the group, under the direction of Mr. Adams, has advanced rapidly. The purpose of the Hi-Y is, "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." Its platform calls for clean speech, clean habits, and clean scholarship. Any member not up- holding the purpose and the platform is violating a pledge which he has taken in the induction service. Among the activities the members presented the devo- tions over the P. A. system, sold programs at basketball games, and aided in the infantile Paralysis Drive at one of the local theaters. The officers are as follows: President , . , . Grant Daugherty Vice President ,. . William Lucian Secretary . .. . Earl Cooper Treasurer . ,. Donald Wolfe Reporter . . Alvin Sellers Sponsor . ,, Mr. Robert Adams 54 l"L- L' Back Row-Joan Carberry, Annabel McJunkin, Mary Jo Pytel, Beatrice Valek, Coralee Fichthorn, Phyllis Sellers, Barbara Bouch, Soily Scheeren Ann lrwin, Belly Bryant, Helen Barber, Maxine Reynolds, Jeannine Axlon, Agnes Harriger, Patty Emmonds, Carmen Miller. Front Row Patty Wolfe, Mary Alice Butler, Gloria Capizzi, .lane Holizna, Jean Holizna, Patti Schwab, Marilyn Yingst, Jo Ann Reed, Hope Arnold, Doris Priester, Charlaine Schwab, Belly Kendra, Virginia Protz, Patty Fester, Betty Shakley, Mary Lou Shakley. The aim of the Tri-Hi-Y is to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity high standards of Christian character. Many activities during the year have helped the club attain this goal. One of the most out- standing of these activities was the conducting of devotions on alternate Fridays over the inter- communicaling system. At Thanksgiving a box for a needy family was packed, and at Christ- mas a CARE package was sent to France. The girls also assisted in the lnfantile Paralysis "March of Dimes" campaign. Other activities included the impressive induction service for new members, the attendance of the West Central District Rally at Punxsutawney, and the selling of refreshments at home football games. The main theme of the club's program this year was based on the national organization's Teen-Talk series. The variety ofthe clulo's activi- ties makes it a service club to the school and to the community and provides for the all-around development of each member in spirit, mind, and body. OFFICERS President . Hope Arnold Vice-President Jo Ann Reed Secretory . Patricia Kiene Treasurer , . Doris Priester RepOrter .. Patricia Fester ozfowe omemoz em ,America Seated Patricia Ann McMeans, Peggy Edwards, Mary Alice Butler, Elizabeth Cippel, June Tolliver, Bernice Campbell, Virginia Protz Miss Mary Smith. Standing: Mrs. Longwell, Mary Ellen Thevenin, Nancy Reebe, Rosemarie Gribik, Eleanor Harrison Gladys Slpe Helen Szalankiewicz, Vera Alice Carney, Nancy Goldman, Beatrice Valek, Carmen Miller, Beverly Miller, Anna bel McJunlun Diana Ritchey, Patricia Emmonds. COLORS: Red and White FLOWER: Red Rose MOTTO: "Toward New Horizons" The motto of Future Homemakers of America expresses the purpose of the organization-learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow. Under the capable leadership of Miss Smith, the F. H. A., in its first year, has tried hard to live up to its motto. The group was initiated by the Dayton club with its own original candlelight cere- mony. lt has held candy sales in which candy made by the members was sold, and also sponsored a Sadie-Hawkins dance which proved to be a great success. Although the members of the F. H. A. are now Junior Homemakers, they are looking forward to the day when they will be American Homemakers and have as their symbol the rose, the F. H. A.'s national fiower. OFFICERS President .. , . . Bernice Campbell Vice-President .. .. June Tolliver Secretary , . . . ,. Betty Cippel Treasurer ..,., , Mary Alice Butler 56 Seated: Margie Dunmire, Peggy Kracht, Rose Morvik, Helen Coleman, Lila Lee Lhote Standing: Leona Kania, Louise Good, Richard Passmore, Betty Lou Tague, Doris Priester TAKE A LETTER . . . . . Ford City High School Ford City, Pennsylvania Sometime in 1949 Readers of the T949 Trireme Here, There, Everywhere U. S. A. Dear Reader: We would like to tell you something about the Gregg Club, an organization of which our school is iustly proud. This club, sponsored by Miss Margaret Shubert, has on its membership role those students maioring in the science of business. In order to give its student members practical business experience and the back- ground necessary to prepare them to become efficient and well-trained secretaries, the club sponsors many activities. lts members are on call to do secretarial and office work for people and organizations, both in school and in the community. During the year, prominent businessmen of the town brought the club many helpful suggestions and much worth- while advice when they spoke at the club's bi- monthly meetings. Probably the biggest project the ten mem- bers of the club successfully concluded was the conducting of the 1949 Trireme's sales campaign. Its nine girls and one boy sold seven hundred yearbooks, a record number. ln addition to the sales campaign, the club also handled all the necessary business connected with the produc- tion of the book-typing, bookkeeping, and dis- tribution. Its officers are as follows: President .. . Margie Dunmire Vice-president , . . Betty Lou Tague Recording Secretary Helen Coleman Corresponding Secretary . , . Richard Passmore Treasurer . , . . . , , Leona Kania Historian ,. . .. . Rose Morvik Librarian ,. , . Louise Good Parliamentarian Lila Lee Lhote Social Chairman , . Doris Priester Publicity Director and Program Chairman . . , Peggy Kracht Sincerely yours, A Staff Member ' iv! 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Armed with camera, pencils, pen, ink, Editor-in-Chief LILA LEE LHOTE Assistant Editors CHARLAINE SCHWAB WILLIAM TURlCiK Business Manager RICHARD PASSMORE Assistant Business Manager PEGGY KRACHT Business Advisor MARGARET SHUBERT Editorial Advisor ELIZABETH WEAVER Art Advisor RUTH McCLINTOCK drawing board, typewriters, scissors, paste, re- ceipt books, advertising contracts, and boundless enthusiasm, the members ofthe literary, business, and art statts, together with their advisers, have attempted to bring together the many acts that make up 1949's show under the Big Top. if W iii: , fu m V is .: vpyjgi 1' - 5-521 , fiflkga mm 1 QDMXJWA W., s. L., 515, ,, 21 1 y, Q qw: 'ii 1, . " 'pf ., fu url' W' U, - 1? Y sm- if if Y 45Wl.Ei. -W' -f M,w...u. , 5555i-,g 3 I N mg me S Q M I A Q X L I 4 - M5419 5 " M Q 2-,,g,ilb' l ff Q Il 5 L YW are 1, f-.sa-I f -Q 'ixgff 'WR A . , ,, JK! P 4' 1 QQ ?K" X V 2 1- ' f if ' iv V iw L Y ,KZA K ' A '. ' ' 1 'II - KQAVA, . 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'59 11 .g d J 1 3 . ,, gf 7 1 ' , - 1 I , K , , , ' " 1 1 2 '. . 'A A . f enior Odlffermen William Jansen John Skukalek Vol Woyion Howard Zerick Joe Krukar 73 ijardilfg armed Ford City 25 Dec. 3 Brentwood 33 In their opening game of the season, a graduation-crippled Glasser squad met a veteran Brentwood five and were tripped 33-25. Scoring for the Glassers was evenly divided as Jansen and Stivason led with six each. Ford City 27 Dec. 7 Farrell 24 The Glassers found their stride in tripping Farrell 27-24 in an exciting and low scoring contest on the latter's f1oor. Zerick led the Glassers, scoring with nine points. Ford City 26 Dec. 10 Brookville 33 Playing host to an underrated ball club, the Glassers were surprised as they were downed 33-26 by a veteran Brookvillle squad. Zerick and Russell led the scoring with 9 and 7 points respectively. Ford City 26 Dec. 16 Wilkinsburg 28 Traveling to Wilkinsburg, the Glassers were shaded in the final seconds by a fair Wilkinsburg squad 28-26. Zerick and Russell came through for the Glassers with 10 and 7 points. The Glassers led in field goals 11 to 9. Ford City 40 Dec. 21 Central Catholic 48 The Forders were handed their fourth defeat in five starts by Central Catholic 48-40. Again superior shooting from the foul line caused the defeat. Zerick was high man for the Forders with 16 points, followed by Skukalek with 8. Ford City 39 Dec. 23 Indiana 41 Playing host to an exceptionally tall Indiana squad, the Ford City-ites were defeated in the final seconds 41-39. Jimmy Watson, lndiana's 6 foot 5 inch towering center, could not be stopped as he racked up 26 points for the victors. Zerick led the Forders with 11. Ford City 36 Dec. 28 New Castle 48 The sharpshooting center from New Castle proved too much for the Forders as he scored 24 points and led the "Red Hurri- cane" to a decisive victory over the Glassers. Zerick and Jan- sen came through with 13 and 10 points respectively. Ford City 38 Dec. 30 Turtle Creek 30 Playing heads-up ball, the Glassers chalked up their second victory of the season by outclassing a fair Turtle Creek squad, Zerick with 12 and Stivason with 10 points led the Ford City scoring. Ford City 30 Jan. 4 New Kensington 43 ln their opening sectional game, Ford City met a veteran and undefeated Ken Hi squad and were turned back 43-30. In the final quarter, Marvin Russell sustained a broken wrist in a pile-up under the basket. Ford City 41 Jan. 7 Vandergrift 51 Although losing their second sectional tilt to the Vans, the Forders were credited a victory in sectional standings because of Vandergrift's suspension from competition. Zerick sparked the Forders with 23 points. Ford City 24 Jan. 11 Kittanning 20 ln a hotly contested but low scoring game, the Glassers edged their rivals 24-20. After getting ol? to a poor start, the Glassers sparked and went ahead in the final quarter. Jan- sen took scoring honors with 12 points. omior liluwilfy Z?oL5Le1fAa! First Row: John Herbst, John Minarcin, Russell Brumbaugh, Tom Schrecengost, Jimmy Earley, Wayne Rupert. Second Row: Mr. Ortman, Bob Martin, John Wain, Bob Meek, Randy Schrecengost, Edmund Stofega, Charles Asay. Third Row: Bill Liberto, Raymond Zelek, Jerry Kamer, John Lux, Jimmy Stroud, Dean Bowser. Ford City 41 Jan. 14 Har-Brac 23 Traveling to Har-Brac, the Glassers found little trouble as they swamped the Green and White 41-23. Zerick and Jansen led scoring with 14 and 12 points respectively. Ford City 55 Jan. 18 Arnold 34 The Glassers took their fourth straight section game at the expense of the Arnold Lions by a 55-34 count. After a closely fought first half, the Glassers lengthened their lead. Zerick led the attack with 22 points. Ford City 38 Jan. 21 Butler 40 Handicapped greatly in height by the loss of Jansen and Krukar in the first half, the inspired Glassers battled evenly with an undefeated Butler quintet, but came out on the short end of a 40-38 score. Stivason came through with 15 points. Ford City 42 Feb. 1 Ken Hi 51 Getting off to a poor start, the Forders couldn't overcome Ken Hi's early lead and went down to defeat Q51-425. Zerick was high man for the Glassers with 15 points. Ford City 34 . Feb. 4 Vandergrift 38 Playing host to the Lancers from Vandergrift, the Forders couldn't match their height and were downed 38-34. Except for the final quarter, there was little excitement, as Vandergrift led throughout. Ford City 24 Feb. 8 Kittanning 28 The Wildcats handed the Glassers their 4th straight loss in a low scoring and unexciting game played on the Kittanning hardwood. This was Ford City's first loss to Kittanning since 1940. Zerick was high man with 9 points. Ford City 41 Feb. 11 Har Brac 33 Out of the sectional running, the Forders played with little spirit, but outlasted the Har Brac Tigers 41-33. Most of the game was played by boys returning next year. Asay led the scoring with 14 points. Ford City 39 Feb. 15 Arnold 35 The Glassers were extended and had to come from behind in the second half to whip a determined Arnold five. Scoring was mostly even for the Glassers as Zerick led with il followed by Asay and Woyton with 9 and 8 respectively. Ford City 53 Feb. 18 Butler 38 Playing host to Butler in the final game, the Glassers avenged an earlier defeat at the hands of the Golden Tornado by trouncing them 53-38. Jansen and Zerick took scoring honors with 17 and 14 points respectively. W 1 ,fo 1 f , 1. Y T T ff' v . I If lgfflfi 1-- fx ,fr xx , 42551 ..!gCAI'L0lfUAC!g6f5 . We realize that it has taken more than the performers to produce the "Big Top." Behind the scenes there are many who have contributed to the success of this annual. Among these are Mr. Marsh and Mr. Vincent, who have done their utmost to assist the staff, Mr. Traut from the engravers and Mr. Wyant from the printers, whose helpful advice has made our book more of a success, Mr. Leister, who has been on hand when needed to take the necessary photographs, Miss Shubert, under whose direction the books were sold, Miss Weaver, under whose guidance this book was edited, Miss McClin- tock, under whose supervision the illustrations for our annual were made, and the faculty and student body whose cooperation has made possible the publication of the T949 Trireme. A special word of thanks is given to the "men behind the book" whose advertising appears in the following pages. The senior class is grateful for the support of these individuals and firms and urges the student body to patronize them. The Trireme Staff acknowledges its debt to all of these "behind-the- scene" assistants and wishes to express its appreciation to them and to all others who have aided in the publication of this yearbook. enior ,7A0zfzgAf5 For twelve joyful years we have spent our time To make ourselves ready for life's design. Some have succeeded and some have not, Some have learned and some have forgot. Those who have learned are the ones to succeed Without any doubt, they shall indeed. We leave behind us our good friends And go into the world, to never return To the wonderful place where we all could learn. -George Todoroff 76 ,jfle Mice of Me jfrreme I.-.,,, -.-...- Compliments of FEDERATION of GLASS, CERAMIC and SILICA SANDWORKERS OF AMERICA LOCAL 14, FORD CITY, PA. PRESCRIPTIONS "Dependability Plus" at the FORD CITY PHARMACY WALTER BALL "Jeweler" Hamilton - Elgin - Boulevard Watches 908-5th Ave. Ford City FORD CITY ELECTRIC CO. WM. H. SCHIFFGENS Repairing Wiring Appliances Phone IOI-Day or Night McCARTY'S WENDELL A. WELCH Funeral Home Phone 40 Ford City, Pa. HELM SERVICE ATLANTIC GAS - OIL - ACCESSORIES Complete Lubrication Service Phone 155W 51h Ave. 8. 'l3th St. FOREMAN'S HARDWARE 938 Fifth Ave. Phone 463-R Ford City, Pa. R. A. FOREMAN, Owner Compliments of FORD CITY NATIONAL BAKERY MICHAEL LUKOWSKY, Prop. 821-5th Ave. Phone 217-W THOMAS FLYNN CO. DEPT. stone '4- T" 22 ' E. FORD CITY' PA- --ZV -1- '. PHONE 342 I A'-A12"v .1Av' -I ef' Easy to hang SHADY NOOK AWNINGS Easy to take down Yes they will make a big difterence in the appearance and comfort of your home. We have in stock standard sizes ready to hang, and facilities to supply custom-made awnings in an assortment of bright painted and woven stripes. PROMPT SERVICE See us for Glider Cushions, Glider Raincoats, Chair Pads, Lawn Chairs, Porch Furniture, and Accessories. PEOPLES BANK DIAMONDS, WATCHES OF CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE FORD CITY, PENNSYLVANIA FITZGERALD'S JEWELRY Prompt, EFficient, Courteous Complete Banking Service "FirstWi1hthe I-GIGS?" Member Federal Deposit Insurance PHONE 2 FORD CITY, PA. Corporation 'I 79 PIPER'S GARAGE Kaiser-Frazer Sales and Service - 'Auto Body Painting 8. Repairing General Auto Repairing FORD CITY, PA. 4I'l Tenth St. - ' Phone 99 Compliments of CHARLES SANDER'S GROCERY STORE Free Delivery 1238-5th Ave. Phone 382-J HEILMAN and BAILEY FORD CITY, PA. Nimn Bush ELDRED CHURCHILL General Contractor Phone 287-L 721-4th Ave. FORD CITY, PA. and Florsheim New Floors Surfaced Shoes To Perfection Ford Street Phone 71 Old Floors Made Like New MISSION BEVERAGES MISSION ORANGE "Naturally Good" FORD CITY, PA. REITLER'S DRUG STORE F. A. REITLER, Ph.G. FORD CITY, PA. Phone 284 SPACE'S FRUIT MARKET FRESH FRUIT DAILY Open to 9 p. m. every night Ford St. Ford City MAGUIRE SALES AND SERVICE Fifth Ave. Extension Garage Phone 475-R Service Station Phone 475-J AMOCO PRODUCTS LEE TIRES EXIDE BATTERIES I l ELJER co. Makers of Fine Plumbing Fixfures Since 1904 SALEM, OHIO MARYSVILLE, OHIO FORD CITY, PA. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. Servel Gas Refrigerators Estate Ranges Compliments Deep Freeze Thor Washers of American Kitchens FORD CITY HARDWARE PAUI-,S AUTO PARTS I and 405 Ford sf. Phone 28 I I 81 KLINGENSMITH DRUGS Rexall Store 401 Ford St. Cor. Fourth Ave. FORD CITY, PA. Rieck's Ice Cream E. H. LASHER GARAGE W I L L Y S SALES and SERVICE 417 O'Connor St. Phone 23 We Deliver Phone 367 Ford City, Pa PITTSBURG-H PLATE GLASS COMPANY KERR LUMBER CO. 238 Market St. Kittanning, Pa. PHONE 190 LUMBER 81. MILLWORK Glass - Mirrors - Paints Sundries - Wallpaper Phone 250 Ford City, Pa Stationery Items "THE HQLLOH Dviw Bar'B'Q Compliments Open 'II A. M. to I A. M. of Intersection of Ford City and Leechburg Rd. at McGrann O. K. HEILMAN Undergraduates and Aiumni have preferred APPI.E'S CLOTHES for 44 years PETROLEUM SALES COMPANY Distributor of PENNZOIL PRODUCTS Automotive Accessories - Tires and Lub-A-Cables Phone 285 Ford City, Pa KLINGENSMITH MOTOR SALES C. A. KLINGENSMITH Soles DE SOTO 8. PLYMOUTH Service 3rd Ave. ond 7fh ST. FORD CITY, PA. one Ph 90 Cpltf GREENBAUM'S HARDWARE and FURNITURE STORE "MY BANK To over 8 OOO Armstrong Countians THE NATIONAL BANK OF FORD CITY b d CROYLE'S REFRIGERATION Sales and Service International Refrigerators Zenith Radios A. B. C. Washers Electromaster Stoves CHAS. L. CROYLE KAMER'S BODY SHOP All Work Guaranteed 'I2'l0 Third Ave. Phone 174-J Compliments of FORD CITY NEWS CO. I. LEFKOFSKY MEN'S AND BOYS' LORETTA AND sEtTY's BEAUTY SHOPPE ' Yours for Personal Loveliness LORETTA DUNMIRE BETTY STOUFFER WRAY'S DAIRY Where the Gang Meets to Eat After the Games CLOTHING Delicious Ford SL Ford CNY SUNDAES SODAS SANDWICHES Voted by "Box Office" Compliments magazine as the most beautiful of HEILMAN LUMBER COMPANY Everything with which to Build in Western Pennsylvania for its size. ROXY THEATRE FORD CITY The Photographs for this book were mode by LEISTER STUDIOS KITTANNING, PA. PHONE 59 Everything Photographic F SHUMAKER CHEVROLET CO. A COMPLETE SERVICE Under One Roof ANYTHING ON ANY AUTOMOBILE 'I0th Street ond 5th Avenue ORD CITY, PA Compliments of LEO GALANIS FORD THEATRE FORD CITY, PENNA I' ' - T i Compliments of H. E. ARNER LUMBER DEALER s. FLoRls1 VALASEK BROS. GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Welding, Brazing, and Radiator Repairs Gasoline, Greasing, Washing Exide Batteries, Tires 8g Tubes Omcial Inspection Station 5985 Phone 412 Fourth Ave FRIEDLAND'S FORD CITY Ladies' and ChiIdren's Wearing Apparel . ,.,...x......h -. ....,, .- Q., , A., I 1 .1 , YS ti 4.3. 75 sf g 'W ' A . kylie gg. op KLM in V , . I. Engravings . . . . . Photography ..... Printing . . . , 4 ' . The spotlight shines on the center ring And everyone stands up to cheerp, , ' The ringmaster walks-into the 'big briglitrlight-' To award the "stars" of the year. , A: - I . 1 Thelband strikes up a lively tune, The 'performers old and new ', Prepare for their last act of the season, For the "Big Top" must close this June. - While the stars proceed into"the ring Let's recall our big seasons now past And think of all the different folks That made our great, wonderful cast. As freshmen, we were inexperienced, And new to the ways of the "Top", But as the season unfolded, We were seen' on the "Billboards" a lot. 1 , I Our sophomore year was a whirlwind ot fun With high stepping ponies, and such, And our prom was one of the biggest delights But, let's not stop here-'fun's iust begun. U As iuniors we kept to that one true tradition Po be the iolly clownsifaf the gang, The acrobqtics our boys did at Phillie Ended our year with a bang. The fanfare of the band has ended, And the stars have taken their places, The Senior Commencement now has started In our troop are hopfpy and sad faces. All the gay times we've had We'll always remember And pass them on to you Who return next September. -Pat Fester Erie Engraving Co. Erie, Pa. Leister Studios J Kittanning, Pa. Kurtz Bros. Clearfield, Pa. P Q 88 5 1 he - T. 5' e 1. I N -. 121 .c 4 U. x .--w ,y Y HAD' - v .31 1 iii '15 ' :gf-ei:-2 . x L-ev ,- - nw 1, 4 4 2 gs.--afni g pg- 'f,:1"3"f" fgrfw fm: its ff -. 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