Forest City High School - Forestscope Yearbook (Forest City, PA)
- Class of 1953
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We the class of '53 dedicate our
yearbook to the memory of Rose
Marie Reicnel, a friend and class-
mate, who left us in our freshman
year to be with God in eternity.
MISS MARY MCCORMICK MRS. MARGARET KELLY
ENGLISH HOME ECONOMICS
MR. JULES J. KERL
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MR. PAUL RAVNIKAR
MISS MARY BURIK
MR. JOHN DUNLEAVY
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MISS ALICE GILLESPIE
MR. JOHN OBELENUS
MRS. CHARLOTTE LEHUTSKY
MR . WILLIAM ANDZ ULIS
JEAN BAR ANOWSKI
CHAR LES AR ROWSMITH
"Chas," the strong silent type, is an outdoors-
man. He belongs to the Naval Reserves and intends
to make the navy his career.
"Jinx," a vivacious blonde, is the president of N
the F.H.A. and a student council member. She is
preparing to become an efficient housewife.
"Bart" is the beau of the class and also 'Sky's'
inseparable buddy. He plans a career as a pharma
cist's mate in the navy.
"Beeler," whose curly hair and rosy complexion
are the delight of the girls, is an accomplished
mimic. His pleasures are mystery stories, hunting,
trapping, and skipping school. His ambition is to be
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PAUL BER NESKI
"Moocher," a jovial lad, spends most of his time
thinking of ways to get out of studying. His goal is
the service and later the position of acrane operator.
"Carrot," our quietest boy and class treasurer.
is also our Vaughn Monroe. His ambition is to be a
, he smiler of the class, was a mem-
ber o t e basketball and baseball varsities. He
has one aim in life: to become an executive in a
large firm and give orders.
IVERNE CAR PENTER
"Idy" is our class belle and a member of the
HW3. Her hobbies are sketching and singing. She
plans to attend Mansfield State Teachers College and
become a home economics teacher.
"Cash," an honor student and winner of the eighth
grade American Legion award was captain ofanintra-
mural basketball team for three years and also a
member of the varsity baseball team. College is his
"Morg," class comedian, won a three-year schol-
arship to the U. of S. He is a member of the HW3
and plays the piano, banjo, and organ. His favorite
subject is chemistryg his vocation, engineering.
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"Dolly," a lively miss, belonged to the volley-
ball team. She is a member of the F.H.A. and hopes
to become an R. N.
"Chuzzy," an honor student and assistant editor
of THE SENIOR, is secretary of the HW3, a cheer-
leader, and our best dancer. She plans to enter
Binghamton City Hospital School of Nursing in the
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raw if 5 1- a bowler. Drawing is her hobbyg private secretary-
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"Deemer," a shy but friendly fellow, spends most :rl
of his leisure time hunting and fishing. He would like ,
to be a truck driver.
W DAVID DURKO
"Derg1e," an accordionist, played varsity bas-
ketball. When he returns from the service, he in-
tends to become an automobile mechanic.
Maryalyce, a happy-go-lucky girl, plays the piano
and enjoys cowboy music. Her ambition is to be a
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"Fes," class president and our most talkative
boy, is noted for his ready laugh and pert remarks.
He plans to pursue a course in business administra-
tion and eventually manage his own business.
"Moon," our best dancer and a member of our
varsity for four years, enjoys hunting and sleeping.
He plans to work in Cleveland and earn enough
money to buy his own stable of horses.
"Slits," a varsity basketball player for the past
three years, played in the '51-52 Dream Games.
A practical joker, he plans to make his fortune early
and then retire.
MAR Y GALINSKI
"Mare," our tallest girl, has a sweet disposi-
tion. She is a member of the HW3, enjoys music,
and is prepared to enter St. Joseph's School of
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MARIAN GR UDEN
"Spider," cooperative and friendly, now desires
more than anything else an automobile to transport
her from Browndale to Forest City. She would like
to become a W.A.F.
"Briss," scorekeeper for the varsity basketball, Q,
enjoys playing intramural basketball. He is always
ready for an argument in commercial law class.
Although "Uncle George" has joined the navy, he 'sc ,,,
is indefinite about his future.
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"Bozzaris," who came to us from Power Memor-
ial Academy, N. Y., for his senior year is a mem-
ber of the HW3 and a literary editor of THE SEN-
IOR. His interests are aviation, law and journalism.
His ambition is to travel, get married, and rear a
"Mare," an amicable girl and a good sport, is
news editor of THE SENIOR and a member of the
science club. She plans to attend college Miseri-
cordia and study dietetics.
"Butch," the most noncommital member of our
class, is president of "A" league, and a naval re-
servist. Tom says that his plans are definitely with
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"Brown Bear," our "Jack Benny," is a
council member and student basketball manager. He
is interested in mechanics and craftsmanship.
"Kitty," our shortest girl and a member of the
F.H.A., is on THE SENIOR staff. Kathryn often
entertained us with her skits. Her hobby is art.
She will attend Penn State where she will major
Janie, who participated in all our class games,
is a member of the science club and the F.H.A.
Jane has been accepted to the Hahnemann School of
FR ANK KONCHAR
"Kitch," an honor student, played varsity base-
ball and intramural basketball for four years. Frank
intends to enter Penn State to study civil engineer-
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"Nose" is a fun-loving iad who likes to ski. He if A'
intends to enter Harpur College and pursue a course U Y
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Q try, 4 ist, has a smile for everyone. Her hobbies are typing
NJ and readingg her plans, to become a secretary.
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"Smi1in," who is seldom seen without a car or a
girl, played intramural basketball and participated
in class games He would like to stud tool and die
making or join the paratroopers.
"Morse" hunts and fishes. Photography is his
hobby. His plans for the future include a term in
the service with the possibility of making the air
force his career.
"Dot," a quiet, but friendly lass, comes to us ,t
from Uniondale. She enjoys painting figurines and
would like best to become a housewife.
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MARY ANN LOZINAK
"Toots," a jovial and fun-loving lass, prefers
K skating, dancing, or swimming to school work. Her
ambition is to become a housewife.
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"Tex," the best-natured boy of our class is the X X 3 Je
president of the student council and a two-year mem- -1"""i M ' 'ggl Lrg
ber of the varsity basketball team. Radio is his goal. ,-,,
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"Louie," an ardent sports fan, enjoys baseball
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Janie, an honor student and our most popular girl, 1
is a member of the student council and the F.H.A., ' -
and was the winner of the eighth grade American -
Legion award. Jane would like to become a secre-
"Puff," an easygoing lad, is a receptionist who
enjoys hunting, fishing, and imitating people. He
fb has enlisted in the navy and plans to make it his
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"Buddy," who makes a habit of pestering girls,
is an amiable fellow. He played intramural basket-
ball and participated in the county music festival.
He would like to join the paratroopers. 3 ,
"Jake" would like to make amillion dollars and
retire early in life. Basketball and baseball occupy
his leisure time.
"Russ," an honor student, whose chief interest
is automobiles, is travel minded. A member of the
HW3, he has been accepted at Penn State where he
will study civil engineering.
"Kent," whom we all know as a quiet, reserved
boy, enjoys tinkering with his Ford coupe. He plans
to become a mechanic and stock-car racer and some
day win the Mexican-Pan American classic.
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"Carb," a very reliable boy, is vice president of the
HW3, sports editor of THE SENIOR and baby of our
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Joannie, the girl smiler of our class and our
"Queen of Hearts," is a member of the F.H.A.
Although her plans are indefinite, we are sure that
she will succeed in whatever she undertakes.
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"Sal" is one of our most industrious students.
She is the treasurer of the HW3 and a member of
THE SENIOR staff. She plans to enter Binghamton -A
City Hospital to study nursing.
Billy, who never misses a school dance, enjoys
working trig problems. When he returns from the
air force, he plans to enter college to study engi-
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"Sky" is our shortest and most popular boy.
He played varsity basketball and baseball and par-
ticipated in Dream Games. His plans include marri-
age and a large family.
"Lubi," our amateur boxer and accordionist,
played varsity baseball for three years. Building 7-v ff- 4:
gas-run model airplanes is his hobby. After a so- j W, ci
journ in the service, he plans to attend Williams- V 'A
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"Chick," whose favorite pastime is roller skating,
is a member of the United States Naval Reserve. His s
hobby is playing pinball machines, his ambition, a
submariner in the navy.
PAUL PETR US
"Pete," our tallest boy and operator of the
electric typewriter. has attained a speed of 75
cwpm in typing, an all time high. He was amem-
ber of the basketball varsity for two' years and
played in the Drea.m Game in 1953. He plans to
work in Washington, D. C., as a typist for the F.B.I.
CE CILIA SE PR OSKY
"Cece," a genial miss, is ticket collector for
the basketball games and a member of THE SENIOR
staff. She belongs to the F.H.A. and the art club.
Since she enjoys making her own wardrobe, she has
chosen fashion designing as her goal.
Rita, our quietest girl, and an amiable one, en-
joys writing letters. She would like to become a
CAROLE STR ATFORD . - '
"Squirrel," our fashion plate, is the only girl
in our class with ----- red hair. She is a mem-
ber of THE SENIOR staff and the HW3. Carole has
been accepted at Penn State where she will major
in commercial science.
JOYCE STR US
"Jerce," a spirited miss, is a member of the
HW3 and a typist for THE SENIOR. She belongs to
the F.H.A. and the art club. Joyce has been ac-
cepted at the St. Joseph's School of Nursing.
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Fran. an animated lass, is an office helper and f.
a member of the F.H.A. She enjoys basketball and iff' ' me '
dancing. Her fondest ambition is to be a farmer's tl 1
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Jeanie, a co-operative miss with a British air,
is an honor student and a receptionist. She arrives
iust in time to hear the last bell ring. Jean aspires
o become a secretary.
MARY ANN TRUSKY
Mary Ann, a pleasant girl and a member of the
F.H.A., enjoys playing the piano and the saxaphone.
She would like to become a stenographer.
"Swet," an honor student, winner of a U. of S.
scholarship, and voted the boy most likely to suc-
ceed, is president of the HW3 and editor of THE
SENIOR. He is a member of the school and county
bands, and the operator of the movie projector.
Donald plans to enter the field of industrial chem-
Aggie, a friendly girl from Uniondale, was an
enthusiastic participant in class games. Although
her plans for the future are indefinite, her con-
genial personality will assure her success.
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M "Truck," a literary editor of THE SENIOR, was
Q a receptionist, a member of the HW3 and the F.H.A.
, Her hobby is collecting records of Beethoven's con-
: certos and playing the piano. Her ambition is to be-
come a nurse.
ROBERT VAN AHNEN
"Vulch," our bashful boy, was chief supervisor
of all electrical equipment for the last two years and
submitted art to the county festival. He is a member
of the HW3, likes baseball and hopesto enter the navy. up
- ROBERT WHITECAVAGE
"Ollie," the sheik of our class, couples his ath-
letic skill with a pleasant personality. Bob, who
participated in Dream Games for three years, plans
A N to become a physical education teacher.
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for two years, is F.H.A. parliamentarian. Her hobby 5- "
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"Lee," our most talkative girl and amember of the
F.H.A., was a cheerleader for four years, two of which
she was captain. She enjoys traveling, but would rather
settle down and be a housewife.
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"Mickey," a nonchalant lad from Browndale, enjoys
the distinction of being the only senior taking a corres-
pondence course, one in mechanical draftsmanship.
This is the field that he would like to enter in the indus-
trial world as well as in the service.
"Zebby," class comedienne, is acheerful, sports-
minded girl. She enjoys horseback riding and assem-
bling puzzles and plans to become aFlorence Nightin- f
gale as the result of her training at the Hahnemann sh
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We, the class of '53, have chosen as our class colors green and silver, colors that are both beauti-
ful and inspiring.
Green, signifying spring and youth, a new life, reminds us that we, the youth of today, are about
to enter a life far different from the one we are enjoying at present. Now we are living under the
care and protection of parents and teachers on whom we are dependent not only for physical wants,
but also for guidance and encouragement. As graduates, we shall be free and independent as we
strive to reach our goals, engineering, nursing, army, industry. We shall be adults trying to make
our lives rich and honorable, rich, not in the sense of wealth, but achievement, happiness, friends,
good fortune, honorable in that we shall endeavor to do work that will reflect praise and respect
not only on ourselves but also on everyone who helped prepare us for our new life.
Silver, a hard, lustrous metal, reminds us that our a.mbitions, our shining goals, will be reach-
ed only through hard work. We will encounter many barriers, but, like silver, we must be ductile
and malleable and adjust ourselves to the successes and failures that comprise life.
Classmates, may our beautiful green and silver serve as an inspiration in the future.
We. the class of '53, have chosen as our class flower the beautiful and fragrant gardenia.
The spotless white of the gardenia signifies purity, a virtue which we must have in our daily
thoughts, words, and actionsg a virtue which we must not only possess ourselves, but also must
endeavor to instill in others.
The dark green leaves, unnoticed and unpretentious, stand for humility, a quality which must ac-
company true success. If we can remain humble in spite of success, our achievement will be more
The soft touch of the gardenia ought to inspire us to be polite and mannerly at all times. on all
occasions. The smoothness of the petals ought to encourage us to live amicably and harmoniously
with our fellow men.
Just as the gardenia is well known for its fragrance, which is an unusual but pleasing one, so
must we be and do better than the ordinary person because more will be expected of us as high
Seniors, let us always aim to live up to the high standards which we set for ourselves when we
chose the gardenia as our class flower.
- -Michael Hynes
To us, the class of 1953, our motto, WE FINISH TO BEGIN, brings an elation and a sadness, an
elation because we have reached one of the high rungs on the ladder that we have been climbing
for the past twelve years, a sadness because we leave teachers, classmates, friends. Our lives thus
far have been a molding stage during which the rough spots on the road were smoothed over by lov-
ing care and guidance, a period which has prepared us for our future economic and social life.
Our slow, faltering steps on the first day of school, our first trip away from home, and our en-
trance into high school were only minor steps compared with the one we are about to take today, a
step which leaves us with a link of cherished memories--memories of happy days in the sheltering
arms of home and the guiding hands of schoolg memories of patient teachers who endured our pranks
and listlessness in the hope of sowing the seed of knowledge in our mindsg memories of sports events,
dances, and parties planned for our entertainmentg memories of the friends we met here whom we
may never see again.
The new life we are about to begin is in the society of a fast-moving world. It is a democracy
in which men are judged by their accomplishments rather than their background. It behooves us
then, class of '53, to further develop those qualities of personality and character which we possess.
I know that some among us will achieve higher gains than othersg I trust that all will endeavor to be
worthy of the time and work involved in the development of our abilities. Let us realize that suc-
cess if determined not by great victories but by the life a man leads and the strength he shows in
the face of everyday living. A new life awaits usg we take a step across the threshold into a blazing
dawn, a dawn which symbolizes our awakening as individuals in a world where dreams are realized
only by genuine effort.
- -Jean Tagler
May God bless you with good luck, happiness, and success in all your undertakings.
We hope that in the years to come you will not forget the friends and pleasant times you had in your
four-year stay at this high school.
- - Ludwig Konzman
You are leaving not only your classmates but many underclassmen who will feel the absence of your
May you have a pleasant journey through life, a journey filled with dreams come true.
--Jo Ann Swetter
Remember, seniors, that good things do not come easily, that the realization of a desire is not al-
ways what we expect, and that success is achieved only by hard work.
--Margaret McGrath, Ann Romanczyk
May your journey over the jagged rocks of life become smoother and easier as time goes by.
The sophomores hope that you will win honors for yourselves in the future as you did for the high
school while you were here.
- -Joann Kameen
Class of '53, may your accomplishments in life surpass your achievements here.
SC HOLAR SHIPS
Jo Ann Williams
STENOGR APHY WINNERS
U. of S.
U. of S.
Pin 8: Certificate
Pin 8: Certificate
Pin 8l Certificate
The following seniors have merited pins and certificates for having successfully passed the Gregg
shorthand speed tests:
At 120 words per minute:
At 100 words per minute:
The PTA scholarship of S100 was awarded to Helen Wysocki, the valedictorian of the class.
The BPW scholarship gift was awarded to Helen Wysocki, the girl with the highest scholastic
The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute medal was awarded to Donald Swetter, the boy who achieved
the highest rating in mathematics and science.
The Charles 8: Martin Skubic Post of the American Legion selected Donald Swetter as Forest
City's candidate to Keystone Boys' State.
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FATHER, WILLIAM BARRY ....
MOTHER, GRACE BARRY. . . .
THEIR SON, EDDIE ..........
THEIR DAUGHTER, BEATRICE. . .
UNCLE GEORGE ........ .
SALLY ....... ..
MRS. GRANVILLE. .
TOMMY, HER SON. . .
ANN. . ....... . . .
MABEL WARREN. . .
MISS DALRYMPLE. . .
PROFESSOR MERRITT. .
. .Donald Swetter
. . .Sally Owens
. . .Robert Payne
. . .Joyce Strus
. . . .John Gulbin
. . .Cecilia Seprosky
. . .Mary Kameen
. . .Michael Kost
. . . .Ruth Trusky
. .Helen Wysocki
. .Frank Konchar
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The S 81. F Store
Mrs. William Feddock, Sr.
Wi11ia.m Feddock, Jr.
Mr. L Mrs. Edward Franceski
Joe Sukenick, Barber
David Krasno, Your Jeweler Sin
Mrs. Caroline Pavsek
Mrs. Pauline Pluscusky
Mrs. Margaret Mikulak
Mrs. Ina Kelleher
Mrs. Dell Burdick
Mrs. George Maile
Mr. A Mrs. Emil Demianovich
Mr. Stanley Damasevitz
Meadow Breeze Farm Dairy
The Country Store
Virginia's Beauty Shop
Mr. Edward J. Kollar
J. J. Newberry
Ray Tusar's Service Station
Sanitary Barber Shop
Mr. G. Mrs. Andrew Miskoski
Mr. Joseph P. Graham
Mr. Edward Bartosh
Mr. Thomas Kilpatrick
Mr. 8: Mrs. Nick Motsko
Mrs. Michael Dovin
Mr. Francis Mayers
Mrs. William Burshnick
Mr. 5. Mrs. Joseph Trusky
Forest City Repair Shop
Mr. 81 Mrs. James Arrowsmith
Mr. G. Mrs. George Strus
Mr. L Mrs. Joseph Machek
Uneeda Glass Company
Mr. ls Mrs. George Struss, Jr.
Miss Helen Prezelski
Mrs. Jean Omahen
Mrs. Frank Trusky
Mrs. Paul Timko
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Gerjeski
Mr. 8: Mrs. Louis Novak
Mr. Michael Goskowski
Miss Alice Romanczyk
Dr.h Mrs. Homer R. Bell
Mr. Gt Mrs. Michael Pelick
Mr. Joseph Pazel
Mrs. Ernest Knight
Mr. George Bartholomay
Miss Helen Wallace
Mr. 8: Mrs. Leon Wojcik
Mr. Andrew Morosky
Miss Lucille Fallon
Mr. 8. Mrs. Stanley Polaski
Mrs. Marjorie Shandor
Mr. L Mrs. John Matous
Casmer's Grocery Store
Mrs. George Zebrowski
Mrs. Mary B. Markunas
Mr. Anthony B. Markunas
Dr. Francis B. Markunas
Mr. 8 Mrs. John Motsko
Mr. Anthony J. Konchar
Miss Carole Pollack
From me to you, Dad
Mr. Gi Mrs. Frank Wilks
Mr. Paul J. Slick
Mr. Earl Tourje
Mr. Gr. Mrs. Anthony Wysocki
Mr. 8. Mrs. William Stratford, Sr.
Misses Teresa and Sarah Gorman
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Kulsinsky
Browndale Variety Store
A1's Service Station
Harvatin's "The Corners"
Zefran's Grocery Store
Browndale Feed Store
Vicky's Dress Shop
A. K.'s Restaurant
Mrs. Aurora Darling
Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman English
Mr. 8. Mrs. William Cox
Mr. Anthony Baranowski
Patsy In Kathy Fives
Mr. Frank Bostjancic
M. J. Walsh Gi Son, Agcy.
The Sweet Shop
Mr. Gm Mrs. Martin Kelly
Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred Lynch
Mr. Krank Kelleher
Mr. Adam Wysocki
Miss Victoria Wysocki
Dr. Floyd F. Todd
Mr. Sv. Mrs. Thomas Tedesco
Mr. 8. Mrs. Frank Gliha
Franceski Lumber Yard
Mr. 81. Mrs. Carl Franceski
Mr. Hugh T. Williams
Mr. Clark Cable
Furdock Trading Post
Mr. 8: Mrs. Peter Sukenick
Forest City Radio 8: Television
Mrs. Frank Rudolph
Mrs. Anthony Yeglinski
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Musho
Mrs. George Stahl
Mr. 8: Mrs. Valentine Swegel
Mrs. Mary Shivitz
81 Mrs. Joseph Sholcosky
8. Mrs. Arnold Swetter
Yale's Garage, Uniondale
E L J Hardware, Burpee Seeds
Kost Tire Service, 709 Main Street
355 Court Street, Binghamton, N. Y.
Mr. dt Mrs. Anthony Genis
Leo Nadzak, Barber, Browndale
Helen Carpenter Burnakis,
Beauty Salon, Vandling
Angeline Poloncic, Peggy Ann Shoppe
Capitol Food Market
A. Fortuna 8: Son
Betty's Fashion Centre
Dora's Dress Shop, Women's 81 Children's
Ready to Wear
Wasyl Mazuk, Excavating L Trucking
Phone Forest City, 281-6
Rexall Drug Store
Cooley's Stationery Store
Frank E. Piorkowski, Prop.
Mrs. Cecilia Pavlovich
Mr. William Stratford, Jr.
Mr. 61 Mrs. Edward Maile
Monasky's Market, Browndale
Mr. Frank Gibson, Uniondale
Samuel Entrot 81 Son, Uniondale, Pa.
Samson Brand Feeds
Davies Motor Co., Ford Sales and Service
Mr. 81 Mrs. Michael Hynes
Dr. A. B. Cimachowski
Harry J. Newak, Prop.
Mr. Joseph Mikalewicz
Kameen Hardware Co., Inc.
John Smith and Sons
Crystal Lake Hotel
Mrs. Stella Bochniak
Mr. John Gulbin
Mr. John Viniski
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Kameen
Forest City Press, Fred Garm
Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Williams
Red Cross Drug Store
Northeastern Telephone Co.
Dr. Michael Sterchak
Knowledge is strength
Dr. Leon Braunstein
William Ligus, Jeweler,
Forest City News
Dr. Ward B. Jones
John T. McGranaghan
400-402 S. Main Street
Dr. Philip Henstell
John G. Monasky, Distributor,
Mr. Edwin A. Bloxham Big Chief Markets
Ames Manufacturing Company Keystone State Shoe Co
R. B. Fries, Inc., Mr. Garfield Thomas
Dodge and Plymouth
Clifford Self-Service Market 6:
Frozen Food Locker System
Kilhullen Flower Shop
Thompson Travel Bureau
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