Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA)

 - Class of 1950

Page 1 of 92

 

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1950 Edition, Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1950 volume:

Amuwmnm M PHAEMVILM HIEH EEHUUL PHAEHVIM PA s X Pun uuvwaugw man THE EEHIUQH KLHES is H E an 1 X X H, Hip? fI5H.N A q 3 ,. N055 . Q 4 i 'Q ' GA C'-1 ff Q f k Ma w ' I 71 4 f 4 V 'I W alla, -Pa M ' - f 4 E! . 0 It xxx! Xl JI' -4. Q I ff f X AX ' x ff! QXXKX Ns! i MX . 'ff If X X1 S V VY Nr xl f . ltxg f Q H N r LQ, r QQ Y X K " . N ' f f , -A ', x ix 'qi , V' J-'X 5 XX X ff A fx! js , ft A ' X X ix X Q A ii?- -7 13:11:60 LW EH S 333 EEE, HAEHViH HHH EW UMM -QP , HJ HHH HHHHSSHHHHHH HHH HHHEH - HH H HHH EHHSSHHHHS HH H HH H W, H HHHHEEHHISLHHH. IHHH LHHWEH HKHH HH LHISH HJ HHHIH. We all need guudance but yy ho needs more guudance than hugh school freshmen' When yye as a class, sauled unto Irackvulle Hugh School un September of the year 1946 we really entered a neyy vuorld Although yye had been durected und un fluenced by our teachers durunu, our elementary edu cutuon neyer before were yye all enrolled as one lurgc guoup The rRFsHMAN cu Ass lNoyy as yye reached the great harbor of thus neyy yyorld yve needed a guude on our four year tour of exploratuon and learnung Mrs Ruguenuus met us, wuth open arms at the shore She has been our guudung spurlt on our enture journey durcct to our goal GRADUA TION' Wuth calm serenuty she assusted us un early organuz mg oursely es as a class She cautuoned us agaunst mak mg our electuon of ofhcers a popularuty contest and remmded us that candudates selected for ofhces should be of such 1 calubre that they would not only shovu unterest un but yy ould also assume the responsubulutues of any undertakung yu huch mught as ofhcers fall upon theur shoulders Iolloyyung her yy use counsel and prudent judgment yye feel proud of our many achuey ements durung our four year tour through Frackvulle Hugh School' Mrs Eleanou Ruguenuus a natuyc of Gurardyulle youned our hugh school faculty un the full of the year 1943 She clme from a teachung posutuon un the Dcllno Hugh School und assumed the yy ork of teachung unuor and Senuor Scuence Iolloyyung her graduatuon from Gurardyulle Hugh School Mrs Ruguenuus enrolled as a student un Kutz toyyn State Teachers College After attendung that unstututuon for tyyo years she yyas offered a posutuon un the elementary schools of Gurardyulle yyhuch posu tuon she held untul 1942 yy hen she accepted the posutuon un Delano Durung the summer sessuons Mrs Ruguenuus has furthered her educatuon and un 1941 Kutztown State Teachers College conferred upon her a Bachelor of Scuence Degree un Pducatuon Sunce that tume she has takcn graduate yyork ut Pennsy lu anua State College und at Duke Unuyersuty Durung thus our senuor year the bug utem on our lust of actuyutues yy as thc publucatuon of a Yearbook Hayung had evperuence yuuth the many unexpected obstacles yu huch confront one un charge of such a pub lucatuon knovyung vyell the whums and carefree attu tudes of many senuors and realuzung the great respon subuluty yy huch vuould be hers Mrs Ruguenuus, never theless assumed vyuth a smule the tremendous task of assustung us un makung a realuty of our happy dreams of a 1950 MOUNTAINEER' Many were her tasks great yyas her patuence, stu pendous vuere her sacrunccs Late and early she planned these tasks and touled over them and never d1d anyone seek he adyuce or cooperatuon yyuthout receuvung ut most heartulyf As each one of us receuy es a copy of thus eherushed volume yy e yy ull be bubblung oy er wuth unterest enthu suasm and prude Hoyy ey er un the years whuch lue ahead of us as vue leusurely leaf through uts pages we especually the membeus of uts staff shall recall both the arduous tasks as yy ell as the happy tumes whuch yye experuenced durung the preparutuon of thus work for publucatuon all mungled yyuth the spurut of our Sponsor eyer present Wuth deep upprecultuon and gratutude yye deducatc to you Mrs Ruguenuus thus our dream THE 1950 MOUNTAINEER 1 rom the depths of our hearts yye extend to you our fervent thanks and yyuth these expressuons may yye unclude for you our earnest yyushes for much happuness un your future lufe' Page four ' 1 . , . , 11 ' 1 1 , 1 . 1 . , . . . . . . - - 1' a a 7 , 1 1 1 , 1 . . . . . . , , . . , 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 . , ' 1 1 Y. 1 ' 1 ". ' 1 ' 1' 1 ' - A .Y . A 1 1 . 1, , 1 1 ,- 1 , 1 1 1 . 1 ' ' 1 ' ' 1 ' A 7 , . . 1 . sw 1 .i 5 .Y.. Y I . . . 1 1 1 . Y , , , . . ' 1 . . . 1 1 - 11 1 1 1 - . 1 L 1 1 1 1 -1 . , s v ' ' 1 y - 1 . ' . ,' , ' '- v 1 ,1 . 7- , ' . ' ' 1 1 ,t - ' ' 1. '11 , - . .. . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . , . Z 1' ' .1 , 1 . . . . . U 1 1 1 - 1 . V - . 1 1 . y a ' - ' u 1 . ' . 1 s 1 , 1 '1 ' 1 1 ' ". 1 1 ' . ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 , . . Y . .. . V .i D A I, . ' r 1 K 1 r B ' 1 r '- 7 y ' 1 1 3 ' ' . ' 1 1' ' , 1 ' ' - 1 y 1 , y , ' ' 1 l ' Q 7 y ' Y 7 1 Y' ' ' 1 A 1 1 ' - 1 . 1 4 L s 1 - i - y' ' - - '11 ' 1' . . -' 1 1 K 1 A 1 , 1 V. V . I I I 1 1 , 1 , L . u 1 1 . 1 'K' - ' , ,' " ' 1 1 ' 'J 1 1 , . 1 D 1 - - 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 4 1 1 X D ' 1 , - - 1 , , . 1 1 , 1 ' - ' 1 1 1' 1 . , . . . Y 1 V . . . Y V . Y - , u 1 , 1 . Y . V. 7. .- Y. . . Y . 1 9 ' l 11 1 u 1: l 1 MIUN MRS ELEANOR K RUGIENIUS Page fzve Foreword Dedication EUllllllE Board of Education Mr Trautman Mr Drumm Faculty Health Clmrc Classes Sports Actlvltles Clubs Seniors Advertisements ' ' . . Pagel5 Page 2 3 Page 4 5 Page 8 Page 9 Page 9 Page IO Page 16 Page 25 Page 36 Page 47 Page 58 Page 75 1 HUWHEHQWIUH if K P X J fb fi W 2 W MW gil'-7 ll...ff K K Spmmhwf' p N 6 CO Of0Cf7'n7-,mv MM, If fff QM! I J We 'FAX -k , 'af ' ' ' EYE J kfxx :iff 'N X 4 N S , ' Yx ' X, XX 4- - jf I xx Y.: NX 'XX -xxx X X -f J XTR if! I NA KT FAX! X, fl XX 4 A , I I I l t f NE X 69 Q ' ' MQFLJ A? I5 AB f fx J ff' 1 D izw , g 'X - , ,X H 3 ff A P Q w fx X i Q IX' xx ' xx X X' X xi jj! A ,X X. 1 5 ' xx X 3 . Q f A J X, yx A A' K ff f V V XXX f i K N , X !,,,Hx4 4 X , X . I K' f " LZTJK X! X ,-N 1 x, X 2, f H M X 2 K 4 f' 3 P X A 0 'X xNR aff i Q iw , 2 'X 3 X' , Q? X19 Q CPD i Q X W , XL f 43- QQQM 'ff K -JJQ UHHU UI U CHARLES D EX ERETT Pnlwdpnt VIH' Presldcfnf FRANK G DIETRICH Treasurer DR H M SMITH UEHUUH JOEL L FELSBURG JOHN E BEDDOW Sec rc tary PAUL E HAMPTON WILLIAM E HESLOP The foundatxon for tomorrow s vsorld depends upon our educatlonal system and to these men of the Board of Educatnon we extend our heartfelt thanks m appreclatnon for thelr untnrmg efforts toward nm proung educatnonal standards The students of Frackvllle Hugh School salute these men for then' cooperatnon and efflcxency nn servmg the school and commumty The world IS what we make It and m the makmg each one of us must contrnbute May we remain loyal to these establnshed Ideas m servmg our commumty and socnety 7 . . - 1 , gnupg - 'X . , . 1 V . 1 ,' - ' . 1 . V . . . . 9 . . I . V During the course of our high school days 1 r Trautman has not been wery closely related to our activities but vxe vividly remember his frequent an interesting visits during our grade school years Mr Trautman is also vi ell known throughout our boost civic projects especially those which benefit the MR CHARLES W DRUMM Prlnr :pal The constant efforts put forth by Mr Drumm as our guide and counselor along the road of achiey ement to the Crossroads of Success have won him the title of trusted friend and esteemed leader After receiving his degree at Susquehanna Univer sity he taught biology trigonometry geometry Eng lush and general science at Frackville During this period he completed post graduate work at Nevx York University and Bucknell Unnersity Through his dili gent and conscientious endeawor he attained the posi tion of school principal in 1930 As a class we the Seniors of 1950 and the sixty third graduating class want to take this opportunity of extending to Mr Drumm our thanks for the task he has so capably performed and best wishes to him for the future 'Sir Wlllllfll R Trxutmm ind secretiry Miss Betty Knittle MR WILLIAM R TRAUTMAN Supcrz mug Prmczpal youth of Frackville Prior to becoming supervising principal of the Frackville schools Mr Trautman taught in the ele mentary grades for six years The respect and admira tion of this community for him hovx ever has mainly 196 .IS SUPCIW lSll'lg pI'lI'1ClpI1l Pagr nz ll , , , Q . . Q . 1 L L ' Q ', I ' 1' i - V. . . V. ' ' f , VI . ' . . ' 7 ' , . . . . . . .. , V . . y . d l . - . v 1 1 . 7 ' . V . V - . - . i 1 ' - I i i V i 1 V s A . community. He has always been willing to help and come from his forty-seven years of distinguished serv- 9 . 7 . . - 5 Y 1 Q , . - Y 9 Y Y . .- I Y 1 9 i s - ' . . . . V , . I 'P w Hamm usz flnnlung., lu! Slugun Ixmg, ot rh. slmopx I.,1ux,l11m, gurl Sll PIII 'N H BOBI XIX f 1:4111 I yu ll Ifrunu If IH I IUI Sl Irmus Cu pgs. IRI Ill RICK C ISOXIIH RC I R ll Nlll I li S NIAII r UIIL Still fuaclurs Cu ny. QONSII ANCI P BAI CIII mx, B HIL Ing Slll1lI'II'4I CLI'llfIu.1lL Bngklq Collq,c IDNA NI lil IC.IxI I I Hg ln I Sumhrd C arllhul IUOIIININIFIN SI an L lg urs Collqg. lg x - 5 .Ar is Av X U, 1 f xl Typ' J: ln' wx f glixlr l'."wr: ' "1 il II'r 'L L 1' ' K '- " ns.-y 1. f 11-3- 1 , H2 95 N I ,-v" I My , I gf' L.: A' 1 'L I 'I , Q C I "' 1 IIIJ ,N -, ihf, N H . :I ...A D-H ,V I l.,t Ql- , .-. c s ' A ' ' - mm First rntc dcnmnstrntor liinstcink prodigy Angles, angelic seniors .mtl nlgcbm Nu Studies! ENIILY ILNGLIL Homc LIUUUIIIIIS B S NlCll'lSflCld Start Teachers College Ji. bs Ilbr :nm S 1 f rnmlry 7flHlllHlIIIlflX li S Bloomsbury, Statt ftnlmtrs Culltht B S L S Vnllanoxa N1 A Ctrtxiicue Bucknell Unncrsxty -WW! ROBLR I' HAI L Jyxllx Cbtnmtrx B S P nnsylxanm Start Collq.,t II xlurg C lllt IXUIIKUXKII Strut Ttatlurx Qu lug 1' , 'Q if X A .N . J ' 4 :. -. I'lY'.":g - I' Q l R' ik' Ax I 1 'D PAULINE R. FliNNliI.LY GILORGIZ GRABFY . 1 L i 'Q f' "Q .'uI.l In 4, BS.-' ' ' . - -" xl-H Jw ,lv 'g. nl' 'Qi ffm ROX A XXIRTI um C fm f X1u1u1u:.n, C Lg llu A murslu ug! I XI RNX Il-XXIIVION S nlfmllf H1 nl 11 VHIQ IINIIYKI 1r1hs.1tL Bug u C 1 u L Othgml suulx lulls IXAIPX 41 I ISI Suxudslnrn, Slum. hu my s K ug X1 XY I IOXI S lnqlnlv X H flood Qullugu RLllx1ns.,7' In lu ur nu! lu lu 41 W ffl I I I Hun fc mg K nmrm rf ml lun liu nn I Hulln nmtn IS 5 Iiloumsbun, Stan. Iuglurs Cullku. Xlnlunmatus XI.1srv.r AI ICI XIORC AN IYIUIX lr lal mx 0 D mm r 1 y IS A XI A Pu1nssIx.mm SILIIL C,oIILg,L Cmurnnnnt for mln. Sluduus STAINIIY I RAKOV SKY K mu fr Inq nfr flhfill 3 B A S! Iranus Lo LLL I'rLsIm1cn Ideal XHRIII X1 PURXIIL Hlxlum I5 S XIUIIICIIIJLYI, COIILI,L Prnamblu vlorl-cb0oIn .1nnIs.,um' WA ,HPR II. .ASH fc rrp J: f , III. 'AJ ,'Il I' 1' "I 2 tl,.: Q . .1 . 5 'l ' ll-H XX RLC II 'X ' mngy 1 Utmxn KIIL Igunrx C 1 g L LX! I1 IR XXIxIIN XXOIII 1 n lun Nl UL IIIIIII LIIIYLISII P Puge lun: M011 Lnsun my Llnldr n XIII I If S H1117 lux, 1 IXUIIIUXKII Suu Inulurs Cu c L I QL an C II NRI I S C XX MINI R lI1fIlI A H XILIIIILIIIILYI., CuIILx.,L Cuxns Lmdx amIu1l1111glt1m1s in B X lxutltmx n Stan lmclnrs C.ullu3.,c ,K -r xV l'I.lZAl5l:'I'Ii WAGNICR E. Nl.RDll.I,.A VOLFGANG HJKiflL'llL'j Pfryiml Elllzmfzwl BS.-Vl'cst Chesrcr State Teachers College Ari Snfwrz nur A rumc ulcnt lus P pcrsonallty Test next wcck cur Q EHHHUWHE UP HHH llfllllll The health of our school ch1ldren IS uppermost m the mmds of our school authormes so nn accordance vuth 11 new stltc lux the II'1LliNlllC School Dxstrxct promptly cstlblxshcd .1 clmxc m thc Lmcoln school buxldmi, ie. NIRS 1 C IDR XX j DOUCJHLRTH XID The CllI1lLlSlI'k charge of Dr amcs Doughcrtx xx ho IS clpablx lsslstcd by Wlrs Bl.11r F53 RN Dr Doughcrts h1s been medncml cmmmcr for the pxst txxents sxx xe1rs Thc health clxnlc hw ll lLljOll1llN5 LlLI1tll clnmc operated by Dr H M 5m1th.1ndDr j j Vcdzxnakas A l Y X Wie -.al Aa . K. lil 'XIR li Qfmli, R.X. ' ' M ' ' ' TL ' 1' 5 ' 1 . " -", .l. . 'v ' 4 1', ::' " ' ' ' K ' 1' . 'Q ,. ' 1 n ' Y . . ' " " 4, gr . ' ' 4 " r' . . .T l ' . . .A x'- ' ' . Approachmg the first lmport mt crossroads of your hlgh school career maklng a cholce of preparatory courses XY7l'l1Cl1 shall nt be? Turnmg for help you are told th It th1s 15 a decnslon whlch can be made by you alone and then only after much careful study and conslderatlon So you s1t down to ponder the questxon Whlch shall rt be? XV1ll If bt the road to academlc tramlng because you ye always dreamed of bemg 1 doctor, 1 nurse or an eng1neer7 But you also llke to tmker wnth thmgs and to work wlth your hands obv1ously then, you should head up the road t1ve or hrs glrl, Fnday, and dreamed of occupy mg such an envmble posl t1on9 Isnt commercml tralmng the most logncal stcppmg stone to the busmtss world? Oh, whlch shall It be? You wonder and you thlnk and you enyy your frlends who have 1 dLEI'llfC goal But, finally tht dec1s1on IS made and mlraculously lf IS the r15,ht one, md you alt rthex ed and prepared to contlnue your journey C 7 S n I C ' 0 C . K . I L , Y L I 7 . I to Industrial Arts. How many times have you admired the Business Execu- . . . . 1 x 7. .C .- . . , ls 1 . . 7. K , . I A J 7 ' A . L 7 D L 7 Y ' 7 - L K I . S 0 I. I I ' I ' L K A y ' D ' Y . , y - m 1 ' r . . , . . . Pr ge sz 'tccw 'ff'-HIL, 1 Lyfffj L g L1 S! LN X Q xf T'--fa f HR fpfiif i x A fi XN 1 f f- ff' lx X A 'yu : Qt X ff!! Q fr! Mk X N f! , Him V FAX j , X -if i H O ffji :A Q mv, QQQQS, k if my 1 X A V 4 M, A ' X , i f 5 I ' ' w- if L if Q- 7 ff, hw J ,V ' ,W ff ,N f , KX f ' I, 'J A I L 4 A .N ' L ,F , ' !-"4 f.f ,ff f--MN Wffly fu f If XR 1xX K-.Ai I: ' Z A I, ,I fy !f X1 XX XX f ff X- ! "rv X', XX I 5 A X1 xx U3 , , " N X, X Q X! an ff C! J lj' . ,Zvi fl ff I- fx M X If lfjiV,1 ,f f 1 I ' f if 1 xy, -X X-2 .i-til... EX H, j I lxrst lxow E TVTILUII A Auhcnbach R Williams Sceond Rovs I Yulneh T Gorskn D Norvueh F Lore 5 Patula LHSS UI Thxrd Row S Hreshko I Bronlek R Seo!! I bnolcus ll Garravay A Schult7 Fourth Row R Schucker C, Xlclrfsky B Lrang, -I Il nl F1rstRow R ones G Vloytr A Pulca V An,hcnbaf.l1 Second Row B Smith X Thorsk V Malmchok S lrun A Xl4.I.ar n S Santee Tlnrd Row B Shaboskne I Shucy B Iclsburg, CV Olvuukn I Nhnakowskx I Bcaeher R Brassmgton C Spexdel IKlUfll1ROW D Chuma D Xlnllcr N Orelmvxxlu I Stauffenberg I Illlott J Kcdams 7' w . . x . e . r-- . . . , . , . - ,. '-. In I VI1- .T A , . , . , . , . :. gt. 'Q . ' gl. 3 . "g . . . . 3 ., ' 'g . 'Q . 'a 1 ,Q .. ", . g . ' ' '. .. , . 1 , . , . , .. L, . ' V. '. V. I ,. ' '. ' V '- - - ' - ' . . ,A. . . , . . ,L., ,L. , . , - ' ': . g .. Q.. ' ' jg 50. 1 , . . . . . ,, ,, . . 1 y 1 , . , V . .. ., . I Y 7 - - ' , . , ' ' ., I . ' - V - ' . . . . V ' . v. , ' . A . , . . . . . , V .V V - V V V J V. V Ah' upperclassmen m sxght of that trtle Semors the cream of the crop" The cl1ss of 1951 has proxen Itself vsorthy of beings entrusted mth certain chscn plmary authorxty over the undcrtlzssmen of I rukvxlle I-Inbh School An outstandmtg uem: xx hreh xull lne on 1n the mmcls of many ,Iumors was the umor Class play Page czghtcen Once Too Often The cast of characters mcludecl Robert Greene, as the captnatmg Casanova, and Lounsc Flanl, hrs breath of sprung tame, john Harhlgh a calm low er, and Alma Walters, hrs only love, George Nloyer as the bellhop, and Sadne Irwm the bellhops delnght joseph Fadule, the handy man wnth has mann outlook, Margxc Chuma, the keeper of a summer hotel, Furs! Ron Fadule K kelly S Nla7ur A Walters D Herb Second Row B Faetor V Kern G Chesko J Wagner J Roberts Hmkle Thnrd Row C Kore P Dyszel CJ Bnrkltbath T Duron Stoppn D. Brown J Nlucha Fourth Row C.: Thomas I Conrov F Cooper J Buteayage B Cuttu. Fnrt Row L 5chult7 Harhxgh Nl Ploxa Sewnd Row Inst I: Dra5,an D Rador Nl Danes B Dyslel S Ilouser Tl1urdRow B Comxshoek B Fxsher R Geary Nlorton J Grxseayage Nl Hmklc I Charloek Nl Chuma Fourth Row H Anthony R Surheld N1 Halupa R Greene I Ilanl IN Cut me John W agner, a recuperatmg sulor vsho meets .1 dy namlc beautnelan Naney Cuttxc Helen Anthony as a flely Spamsh Senornta, Dorothy Nom xch as a my sterx ous spy Xera Thoryk as the colored maid and Gerald Blrklebach as her melodlous lox er Another hlghlnght whxch always mll be remem bered ns the purchismg of thexr Jumor Class rmgs Under the guxdmg hands of ohn Harhngh as Presx dent, James Roberts IS Vlee Pres1dent, X erl Thoryk as Secretary and Sadne Irym IS Treasurer the class of '51 has prospered ID all nts undertak1n5s Page nzuefeen 'ay .t , I o ,1 l " 9 - . L2 .Hy 5 g . 'g .1 ,Q . 'Q . ' v- - . 'V . , 'V , o ' .. , . , . ,. ,. ,J. :. g. 'Q . "'g . , gJ. 5 . g.T v. T v . me w-y1- 4. . . 1, .. ,. ,. s ':'. Q.. ' SJ- vs. 's - cr, 's:. " : -' ': . 'q. 3. 5. " Q.. 3. Wg.. r. v. . . ' . f'. V '. . .. 1, . ,.. , . , . r , . . V I Q . . . . . . . - ' " 1 , '. Y , , 1 .. J I . . 1 . . . Y. Y .- 1 , .Q . 1 V . Y ,. Y , '. . Y ' 9 , , V , . ,- . . ' 7 V . . V. VV V. - NISE UI .-J' nrst Row B IIS I Inxngstun XI Hummem Iiurmskx I XIag, os X Seeond Rovs H rlugelw A P lebenk S .msson I' YlK1UltFCIO XX Blovsert I nuuel T xrd Row C Laws Waller I.1p.xel11nskx A Kesselrm R Caton I XX enum. le ourth Rom D breglow XI SIr1xer R Qehucker R Xluller I Ilnllup L Svm hrs: Row I KILITILIWIIIXILI H SIOU.1XlQ.,L X Furman I Sus: In ceond Rovs C Inns I mes XX rx A Ruse uk I ISusI1ku B I5rus1uu1 urd Row hrn usea us u nts x L mae Xurvx xrk C1 1 Sloteasage urrh Row XI Sagcm Qouldncr S SICILYO C Blaelmcll I IJ er el I Xen e Xiou T e class of S2 under the gmdanee of Xfirs C Bmlche 1nd the Ieadershlp of newly elected Presldent Thomas MJIIOX, Vxce Presndent joseph Holoxmtx Seeretarx Pat Balslex md Treasurer Icln Cyouldner has shovsn much class spmt and ll'llfl.1flXL Alreadx preparlng for thexr role as iemors thex haxe made grelt strldes ln msurmg thenr fin1ne1z1I st1nd1n3., Page tuenty Among the projects of thus enthuslastle .md co operatne elass vu as the rex oIut1on.1rx mstntutxon of A student bmkmg Qxstem ulneh ns open to lll lTlCl'l1bC1S ofthe LIMS of Deposnts lre mxde unth rhe home room representi tue xx ho m turn cheeks xt xuth the student banker I. 1' . Wm it , , 11' I 9 Q1 . ' S, FA : u .3 .. .I " ' Q I . ' jg tl. ' jg A. . 'I kj . ' LlI'14. e"I1 g.'..I',. g'. 1 " q ". " : ..xI.1"'A' h' ': . 'fg nl. " ' 3 LI. .' ' ' . ' ' ' gg . : '. - 1-d'- I5 'z 'g.. l4"Q g..":f."4s:..'rrL ". 'z . ' - . '. '. '-5 I. 3 ., f. fu S ' 'z . C " 5 i. jrni 3 ,I. W.1"Q . "h 'Q C. . " 'kA TI' ': U Ang IJ. NI 'I Q NI. ll Iv' kj: XI. Svf. "Ii: IL. .' 'icIxg S. CI. ': :X. QI.xIuur1 F. ' ' ' IIC ': . .. ' 5 ' :,. f 1' 1 . " ' 3 f. I-1 5 .. I',v.msg N. .I g I: I".. j'r I ' j, 'gg , Q I Q IL '52. 52 lxrst Rovu XX Andrews R Dixon Nlastclla A Stlckltr CJ Barnes Second Ross P Ixopcx A Harms J Sarra N1 OConncll S Cooper Nl Hrcshko Thxrd Ron R Hoffman Tamusaltxs NX Ptlko I Scltltr P Scdar 1' Harsest Duclash ourth Row D Norgan T T0liael1 X Sulluan Snokus A Vern N Lord N1 Schae er I-nrst Rom V Dans Halovratx T Nlallox R Zxmmcrman XX Nhenalman Second Row P Ixopu 'X Hamas Sarra N1 O Conml S Looper 'Nl Hreshko Third Row N1 Cnnsh C Bcnenskx S Rogtrs D lxlnmko S lxlnmko Nl I' Schnal B Grabex -I Alex lourth Rom D I-rompou 1 S Kexper Prev P Balslu S Hahn Y Hrwshko Carol Benensks The total recexpts are then deposxted rn the hrst Natlonal Bank of town Because of thxs foresxghtedness thex hope to find themsels es free of flnanclal worrnes m thenr semor year Thus ambluous class not only has 1 great clcal of class spmt but also has contrxbuted hnghls to the gen eral school sp1r1t It ns largely represented 1n mam extrt currncullr actnxtnes such as the malorettes flag tvs rrlers chorus, etc Among the outstandmg members of the class are Nlarxe Grxsh, who was selected as the ludcr of the flxg tnxrlers, and Carol Benensky, who httds the bankmg ss stem Page tu evzty one l 1 :- ,. I '- ,AIM ... .5 1 , . " 'z . ' ' 1: . 5. ' 'gf. . 'g. . ' ' 'r . :I M: ' :K-"fs . ' zf- ' JJ- li ': . .1 Y : . ' 1 .'. l.. A' 5 il. 'Q . " .3 .'. 5 . . ff " ,Z "' .' Q . I.. U A J: . ' , : , H S-' ': .Y ','g,. ' ' '1.. ' ':.. ' .X jg. f: :..1."'g. jg. 5 ': . ' "cz . ' : J. ' 'z . .. z ,' - v , - ' . I 1 V 1 ' - I Y . ' . . .- . . , . v lv v V. s I . . Y . . . . Y . 3 A I . . Y Y 3, 3 . Y. v y V S 'V K ,L 3 . . Y . i - - - ' V - ' t . 7 - September and the beginning of each school year brings into our high school L1 group of new students. The class of 1953 resembled every other preceding group of lfrosh-from frightened uncertainty to an almost uncontrollable eagerness to begin their next phase of schooling. After six weeks of intimidation and ridicule by upper classmen, these ninety-nine freshmen realized that in order to become 21 more integral functioning unit of the student body, organization was necessary. After electing the following officers: President, Harry Harhigh: Vice-President, David Rosser: Treasurer, ITRIQSI lNl AN CLASS l'irst Row: ll. lionnur: li. ,lwLll1li.ll.lN.lgCQ l.. Gomev: A. Kahudie: il. Caron Second Row: R. llampton: Ci. llarhay: lliasltowslii: A. Keim: N. Sagan: Nl. Thoryk Third Row: NW. -lenkins: A. Cliukuskyg P. Birmingham: A, Swade: -I. Tregellas: j. Ploxa: ll. Buseavage liourth Row: R. Sincavage: NY. lfellowsg nl. Nlfagner: NV. Roberts: ll. Nlfolfgangg J. Zemansky First Row: S. 1.Clll'I11.1HQ R. Blackwell: j. Nlartinel: A. llrassington: D. Rosser Second Row: A. Nied7wiecki: Nl. Shabuskie: NI. Buscavage: D, Heddish: lf. NlVysincavage: Nl. Smith Third Row: Nl. A. Krcit7er: G. Koropchakg J. Skurnowicv: li. Nloran: A. S1mkavit7: Nl. A. Nlucha: Herb: Nl. Nvilliams Fourth Row: Nl. W'as.1itas: j. Cahill: xl. Smart: NV. lfgge: G. Graclwell: xl. Nleskunas: KI. jefferson LHSE Ui Page twenty-tim Joan Smarrg Secretary, Eleanor Moran, and choosing Mrs. Edna Blickley as their faculty adviser, they gained more confidence and began to feel more Hrmly launched upon this great adventure. With newly acquired assurance, their talents and abilities were soon discovered. Some joined the ranks school. of the flag-twirlersg others became color guards and FRE SHMAN CLASS First Row: H. Falulag A. Kurchockg Cuttic Second Row: A. Rowlandg B. Beenickg T. Cutticg M. Chumag E. Lewisg S. Xvalters Third Row: Blickleyg I. Unsworthg D. Costa: E. Yatcillag E. Griscavageg R. Bescsparisg R. Chappell Fourth Row: P. Harviletzg B. libertg E. Tatarg Y. Birminghamg Whery'g Cv. Morgan First Row: G. Williams: j. Krolickg D. Forneyg T. Conroyg j. Tenaglia Second Row: V. Spence: Campbellg F. Youngg A. Cickavagcg xl. Hornbergerg V. Tomko still others joined the corps of cheerleaders to give their fellow classmate athletes a boost. The class of 1950 congratulates this class of 53 They are no longer meek little lambs-now they are self-reliant individuals and an accepted part of the Third Row: A. Peleschakg H. Harhighg N. Straubg M. Cresswellq M. I.ockettg F. Mmscioli: J. Kellyg P. Ratchko Fourth Row: Zelonisg XV. Miller: C. Harrisg A. Gurskyg R. Cooper: F. W'ilensky Page twenty three I Il 'VIR WALTFR LASH Q'- JAQ fm X 0 5 ' auf 1 X .. Y F x 1 , Q Q G f' SPUWS J ,M-'Q 6 W yas S'l'lN,'XVAixl MURPHY NIORCLXX KL'l'CfllA TYNIO XVOOD Sideline chatter W W the right foot by sneaking past Nlahanoy Twp. 7-ll .... But things weren't all peaches and cream, as Nesquehoning invaded k lfrackville and walloped the W .,N,f f' V V lfraeks 37-U .... However. the Ifraeks proved they were game by stubbornly holding a mighty Lansford team to a mere 7-0 vie- tory .... The Mounts garnered their second win of the season by prevailing over St. Clair 6-0. . . . . ClOfCi'XlYl4AlN B. lfOUCiliRT Home fans witnessed one of the best defensive games played by Il Fraekville team in a number of years, as the Fracks held a seemingly invincible Minersville squad to a 7-ll lead before succumbing to a VARSITY SCORES IJATI: OPPUNIQNT l:RAl'KVII,LIf OPPONL NT Sept. 10-Nlahanoy Twp., Home 7 0 Sept. 15-Nesquehoning, llome O 37 Sept. 24-Iainsford, Away 0 7 Sept. 29+St. Clair, Home 5 0 Oct. 6-Nlinersville, Home 0 20 Hurried Instructions 3403 :Q CO-C'.'Xli"l'.XlN IJ. S'I'R.'XL'l'i won 20-6. to leave the l7racks with a 2 and S record for 1949. Da Oct Oct Oct 20-0 reverse .... Bernard Doug- ert. guard, turned in a brilliant defensive game. serving as .1 stop sign for Nlinersville trathc .... Successive defeats. at the hands of Mt. Carmel Twp. 19-6 and Nlahanoy City 20-12, removed much of the tight in the liracks' spirit .... Combining a fighting urge with pure stability against Sch. Haven, a newly-added pow- erhouse to the lfraeks' schedule. the lfraclas outplayed the Haven- ites ..... ' Xshland blasted the Mounts 35-U and Shenandoah VARSITY SCORES 'rl Olvlfom NT 13--Nlt. Carmel Twp., llo Z2-Nlahanoy City, Away 2 7-Sch. Ha Ven. Home Nov. 3-Ashland, Away Nov. 10-Shenandoah. Home lfull IUC .cl lfimc iwll ii f5l'I'ONlfN'I' 1. will QQ? 15-V4 V! 'UQ , 'W--til A ,, gi n, CQO5'l'.X ii! l.'Xl-'l'l'l'R 6 19 .., S. ,. . lJlI'I.l lxfXlIl.fXS 12 20 imzn xls cam 1 I R 6 12 U 53 6 2U Weed ahead Kly, that bench was hard. X ARSITY SQLAID lst 1 1 :ns 1 s xmo T Dxxon Cosm A lxustxnaxage S lxupclm B Dougert D Strau Conf! SIQXL Bililllx A 6 A A A A - l"r Row: C1111 fl, 51.11 links ' ky: L. liafln: 9. Tg A C '- Q .l- i Ai A V ' 'JZ - r ' 'Q - S - bl f t , .' - f l'. ' Second Row: XY, Murphy: IJ. llerbg I.. Diienisg Nl. Ploxag BN Morgang N. Orchowslcyg R. Dieug T. Scluefferq D. W'oodg Nl. Cutler 4 7 1 Page tzl enty ezyht STFXE BOBIAK AND STAN RAKOWSKY The most 1mportant and powerful men behmd any wthletxc contest are the coaches These tnreless men 1re the unsung heroes wx ho has e spent many gruelmg hours on thc Held, the floor, .md the dmmond Thur eompensatlon consnsts of the knowledge that 1 prospectne athlete vslth abllxty ns as :ulmg hnmsclf of the tmmmg prouded .md ns applymg the most nmportlnt rules of all those of good sportsmanshxp md clc1nl1x1ng Qozehes Stexe Bobmk .md St 1n Rakovs sky hue been hnghlx comphmented for the excellent hnndlmg of our zthletlc program The class of 1950 also expresses nts admnratnon for these fine men and extends smcere xushes for contnnued success WHHHETHS Though all the honor and glory of a successful season go to the coaches and team, much should necessarily go to the boys who soothe the players in time of need and who administer great care in the handling of the uniforms .... Hats off to these hard-working boys and may they keep up their good work for seasons to come .... Emil Harvest, Basil Cuttic, Andrew Peleschak, and Nicholas Sagan, as managers, kept the equip- ment in fine shape and the boys in tip-top condition during the practice weeks and throughout the entire season. MANAGIQRS Kneeling: N. Sagang 1i.H.irveszg A. Pelescliak Stamling: B. Cuttic I, V. FOOTBALL SQUAD Sitting: XY. liggeg T. Conroy First Row: ffmub. Stan Rakowskyg R. Dixon: XY. Miller: xl. Roberts: Rl. Xlaglosky: ml. liutisg R. Shocker: D. llerh: R. Shucker: H. llarlnghg Cfmlrfv, Stcxe liobiak Second Row: KI. Holowalyg il. lnxduleg xl. Vfagncrg Ci. Thomas: Al. liutcaxagez C. Harris: A. Chukuskyg A. Swadeg nl. 'liregellasg gl. Dudash llllllllll l5Hlll ALI.-STARS Four Frackville boys were selected to represent the North in the annual North-South All-Star Dream Game .... The players chosen were Donald Straub. L. Eg Anthony Kustinavage, R. G.g Steven Kupcha. R. T.g Donald W'ood, R. H. B. EHIHI IIHUIHS LMI EHIHI PUR HUU - P C II I RI I ADI R5 LL lllg o L un o o lllkllh, SLIM. Ill UXNS I ll I FX Coouhgx Stmn Rxkoxxxkx md Stun. Bobxllx dLuLIu.I nhg stlrtlng, lrrxx xx ould Connst of Igd Dlxon Nlnkg PIOA1 Nuk Orghoxx skx ov. Costm md Andx Pukl xxlth sugh mpzblu rgsgrxcs 15 Stew Iqx mo, Stun Kupghi Pgts. Dyszul Nelson Broxxn and IOL Holoxx ltx rcldx at 1II tlmcs to ISSISI rhg Stlrtmg hu xx hen DCLCSSIFX Xhghtx Pxm Cyroxc furnnshcd thc oppoxmon for thc Frauks opgngr 1nd thc C1rox ers dxsplaxcd httly rcsput for the Niounts IS thcx xx lllopcd them 56 22 C0155 Txxp mx qdgd the moun tuntop stronghold mtgnt on xmtorx but the. Irulxx mldc. opgnm nmght If honn xumcssful bx ghppme, C lxs 44 25 II'ONll1.,lI xx lsn t luCk thu I rukx trlxdcd to C lxs Txx p md lgnn trnnrnui C 1xx 46 v7 Thu Irnkx just mlssgd mlklng IC tru hm hx IOSIIIL, to Ngsqmhonnns., it home. ln nr xmg thrxllu C ll 1r4Ix1IIL xx ho lost out rhg Irlulxx Ilxt xux tor thg North Sghu ll-ul In ut o. g11n1.CIxxx1.gt ILNLIlL,L bx uuxhnm, thx. Xlountx 5 17 ourngxms, to Nlmhmox Lltx rhg Iruks CIISPIINLCI ,mtxng xpmt ID ugnstuxn, 1 6 half txnn I age, H111 fy CO I I QQ .Q . Iin-'I' j: II. 'Ir x-llg I. Zig.Ix'I 3 N. I. rd: QI. S.n'r.1 SL. I' jx I. 'hug XII .Ii 'Ix'3 Cfuflh ll,,xI.IIlII1L I., II.1iI3 S. I 'in I I' ' ' l', ' Q 1, L I' .5 'A J ' 1' Y 1 N , rl lf Q 'Y , L ' K ,. , - L N , I ' .K 4 , L4t'A3N1Ag 1' IA' .I" ' 'jg 'A nI1.A-r.1i4rt' ' 37-35 .... QI1 'A ', ' ' to - 5. " .' ' -.' x' 'I .nguc . . . KI 3 . . . I' " - f 4- ' .1 C.-Xl"I'.'XlX Jos. 5 sux nyl ' K' I ' ' "A" y . 26-2 tic .lt . I- A X but fell apart during the remainder of the game to lose. 64-35. . . . The Nlountaineers were routed by Pine Grove. 53-25 and Shenandoah, 63-43 ...., f X few of the varsity were thrown off because of foolishness and lack of teamwork after their poorly-played 50-26 loss to Nlnhanov Twp ....' I'l1e lfraeks traveled to NY'est Mnhanoy Twp. but were nipped. 35-23 ..... ' X decided improvement was noticeable as the Mounts dropped a close 54-45 decision to St, Clair ...., f X game Fracltville squad held Ashland on even terms before losing., out in 1 thriller 41 40 Girirdxille ieun drubbed the Prlelvs 43 57 Butler Twp rin up lgunst 1 stone wall is thex lost to tht Xlounts 5w 47 Shenindoih hrst hllf ehimps I'l1lLllLd tht I'ruks 68 A btllted rallx enabled Nlihinox Tw p to win D9 35 XIIITIIIOX I IHSYII N ORCIIONXSKN X ARSI TX B XSIxI 115111 eelme NI Ioxa S Ixuptlia 5 Timo I. Ixati s ' Y ' . ' 1 - ' . v' . ,, ' 1 5 - Q ' Q ,, . ' ' I . ' , -44 .... 1 . ' , ,. 5 . . ... , , W Y Knr ' j: . . 'I 3 3 ' ' 3 .. A' A g . ' 'la Standing: Crm 11, S, Bobiakg KI. Ilolowatyq P. Dvslcl: T. Dixon: plifrlrfzr' .NIt1f1.1grf', Nlr. NY. lush: N. Orelinw-slqg I. Clottag ,L I'uLag "' .' ' A . "Y ' ' ...., It. ,' . ,' 't -' ., . ,K t- , , . .. , jt..' -5 ' ' I k - 1' ' ' ' I Q . i' x . 3 -3 A ' 5 nlv - .... J - . -A fs i . ' 1 a ' ' L' ' " . C K ' . I mnb S R Ivowsln Citi s Bluk Diamond Champs visited Fraekxillt and left with .1 eonxineing 61 J7 w n Undefeattd in second half plat the Vest Nlahinox Twp Rims were dealt .1 stunning 61 40 upset bv the amazing, Fraeks oe Costa with a record breaking totll of 37 points lcd the Prieks to their most glorious 1nd surprising triumph ot tht SLISOI1 S Clin stubbornlv but blek the rtmlrlnblt Irlelxs 44 6 the next w Lek The Tlounts lost to Xshlmd 65 40 ind Cilbtrton upset them S 1 roi their o win of the veir I nine, the reeord of the Irielxs it 5 wins 1nd 18 losses Pfrqf fhufy om .I ,I Duc. Ilcc Ucu Ilcc. Dec. Dec 5-Pine C11'ox'c, .'XNK'.lf' 7-CQ.1ss Twp., llomc Ufflxsx Twp., IXXVJY l 2-NcSqucll0ni11g, Ilumc 16-Ciir.u'dx'illc. Home . 20-Butler Twp,. Away UCC. Z2-Mabnnoy City, Awgy Dec. 27-Pine Grove, Home plan. fill. dll. 5+Sbcn.1ndonl1. Home 6-Nlxbnnoy Twp., A w.1y IU-C5ilbCl'lOI1, Homc VHHSHH HHEHHHML l'r 29 44 46 55 52 44 5 5 23 4.3 26 -+I Kbp. 56 Z5 57 5 7 53 52 64 53 63 Su 29 ,Ian ,lan -l.1 n I.m Ifcb Iicb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb xI.lI'. .Zh I7 . 241 74 ll 3 7 IU 17 .21 74 , 2 Vfcst Xl. Twp., ,Xwny SL. Clair, Away .'Xsl1l.1mi, llomc Cii1'.11'dx'illc, Away' l5L1llc1'l'wp., Home Sl1cn.1ndo.1l1, Away xl.1h.1l'l0f' Twp., Homc Nlalmnoy City. Home XVQSK M. Twp., Home St. Clair, Home Ashland. Awax' Gilberton, Aw.1y 'N KUPCHA PUKA 'xxn PLOXA IJIXON JHH-VH Wllliillill ml. Y. IS.-XSKIi'l'li.XIl Kneeling: ll. llarliiglig .-X. liurslsyg li. Stliuelierz I. ltidulei Al. Snokusg li, Dixon Standing: ffrilifi, S. llobiakg li. Sineasage: Ci. Harris: ,l. 'I'i'eeellasg .'X. Kesselring: .X. Sisadeg liludasli Ci. Cheskog ffnilifi, S. Ralxowsky Hlliill HHlllllllBE HISPLHH HEHHHB Wlllll . . . The V. squad was composed mainlv of freshmen and sophomores .... Timing, coordination, ball- handling, teamwork, and shooting were taught these boys by our able mentors. Stan Rakowsky and Steve Bobiak, who witnessed, the previous year, how a lack of good reserves can hamper a teamis winning effort. . . . Both coaches were thinking in terms of the future. . . . After weeks of endless practice, the sl. V. squad awaited their seas0n's opener against Pine Grove .... XVith the aid of a few of our varsity, the Frack V.'s whipped Pine Grove. 27-23 .... The liraeks lost their winning habits as they proceeded to drop 9 straight before tripping Gilberton. 45-35 and Vest Xlahanov Twp., 38-32 .... The lfraeks lost a ehanee to make it 3 in a row bv losing 7 consecutive games .... XYest Nlahanov Twp. fell prev to the lfraeks. 54-28. . . . Two more losses and another win over Ciilherton. 34-27, gave the Ifracks .1 seasonal record of 5 and 18. HHSHW MQ Wrrh baseball rnght around the corner Coaches Stanley Rakovw sky and Stephen Bobnk readxed all the dxamond eqmpment for the approachnng 18 game schedule Approx1mately 35 candxdates reported for practlce Thxs lnst was eventually cut dom n to 19 1n preparatlon for their first game which was sehed uled for Aprll 5 Robert Zexgler Ch1rles Lmden muth Charles Herb NV1ll1am Andrews Jack Buren Donald Dznems and Frank Holowlty were the Sen1or members on the team The l'r1cks were very sue cessful agamst GllbClIOD and Gnrardvllle as they de feated each of them twxce West Mahanoy Twp was the only hardball nme to hand the Fracks a double setback hven spllts agamst Butler Twp Mahanoy Cnty Ashland Shenandoah Mahanoy Twp and St Clanr gave the Fracks a seasonal log of 10 w1ns and 8 losses The Fracks rolled to 7 VICIOYICS at home but could salvage only 3 wlns on the road Seated Prom B Cuztc manager Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Mzy May Ma May May May May May May VARSITY BASEBALL Butler Twp Away Gnrardvxlle Home Shenandoah Away West M Twp Home St Clanr Away Ashland Away M1hanoy Clty Home Cnlberton Home Mahanoy Twp Home ButlerTwp Home Gxrardvxlle Away Shenandoah Home Mahanoy Twp Away West M Twp Away St Clalr Home Mahanoy Cxty Away Ashland Home Gllberton Away Prst Rom Comb S Bobak S Tymo R Zxegler C L de muth P Squ erdo F Holovxaty C Herb W Andrews I Costa Cfldfh S Rakowsky Back Row E Shult7 W Murphy D Wood N1 lloxa R Cure L D en I Kat la Buren 29 iam H Page thu ty four g ' ', ' ' . 51 ., .. , ' ' ' - , . 71 2' ' , ..... V .... l Q ' .191 . ., ' ' n ' ' ' - .201 . ', .,,.,.,.4, . .. . ' .... I , . ' - .251 , , ., . , , ' ' ', . , .261 . ' , . ' I, ' . 4 ' . 281 2' ' , ..,.,,,..,, .. . , , , , Ng - .291 ., . .. .El ' ' '. ' - 2 31 ., . ' .... . 51 I A , . ' y l0- , ,.,....,,. B ' A ., . 121 1 ., D , , . , ., . 131 . ., ,. ' ' 171 . I, ............,., . . . . ' ' ' 231 l , A . 241 , ,.,............,.. . 251 ' , .....,........ , ' : . i, Y Ai ': ' , . i 5 , 'g . ' ' 5 . in n 3 . i g . ' 'g , 5 ': . .5 . 5 . g . . 7 .' g . N eneg . Zi isg .. i sg .f f 445.22 Q' I , Gill? ElllllllE Clear the way. Here eome the girls for their XY'etlnestlay, three o'eloek session of haskethall which hegan in lleeemher. lDI'CYl0LlS to this. other games were playetl in their regular gym classes. Among them were softball. ping-pong. volleyball. matwork. .intl archery which has been atltletl this year. .Xlthotigh other games are enioy etl. basketball is prevalent oy er all. ilillis year's haskethall season was terminatetl hy a tournament with seyen teams par- tieipating. They were as follows: XVolf Pack. eaptained by Phyllis Barnett. Senior team: Bloomer Girls. cap- tainetl hy Nlarion Davies, .Iunior team: Red Sox. eaptainetl hy .lean Livingston. Senior team: Hot Shots, eaptainetl hy Anna Nlae llouser. Sophomore teamg Ciilmos. eaptainetl hy Nancy Sullivan. Soph- omore team: l,inky's. eaptainetl hy Laroline Benen- sky, Sophomore team: and Dare Devils. eaptainetl by Lois Eyans. Sophomore team. The Wolf Paeks have heltl top honors during their four years in lligh School. ln 1947 they took first plate in the l reshman tournament. In '48 they took first place in the Senior tournament. il-his was the hrst time that a Sophomore team took top honors in the Senior tournament. ln '-W they tietl for first place yy ith the South lzntlers. a Senior team. In 'SU onee again they took first plaee in the Senior tournament. Runners up were the Bloomer Ciirls in seeontl plate antl the Retl Sox in thirtl plaee. I Our extm curiieulu 1CIlVlIlCS require yuet 'ii much COl19ldCI"lIl0I1 QQ 0u1 foimil Studies, for we know thit herein lies in opportunity to eXp1ess ourselxes ind to Find ind expose our hidden tilents There me the musicll actixities including the b1nd, the orchestr'1, ehoius mljoiettes Ind tleng txxiileis XX hit 1 list to choose fiom' An 'appetite for the dmmatic em be lppeased by p1rt1c1p1t1ng in the various C1155 plly 9 The school newspeipei 'ind 1nnu1l ye1rbo0k 1re excellent prov mg giounds for developing lmdeiship 'md would be writers md reporters beeiuse limited time ind energy does DOI permit successful pirtieipition in ill Resgudless of your ehoiee ind the feiet thlt m1ny timee the rold beeomes bumpx mel xoui speed fllteis beeluse of the often merciless elemlnd of xour time 1nd effort these momentQ hue pioxided us with mueh Tun ind llU1:l1U.l, new friendships md experienees 'and memories to be foiex ei eheiished ' ' 1' ' . 1 . fi ' ' V 1 1 S ' ' . n I 4 e l e 1 7 4 Q I e i l . . c 1 7. . e l e e e ie e ' Although many activities often appeal to us, a Choice must be made I 2 'Y l l L X ' : I' l L4 K V1 ' '. 1 x' . leg: flzirfy-self DISTRICT CHORUS REPRESENTATIVES Scaled: Dorothy Oleksickg Mary Alice Morgan Standing: Irwin Thoma sg Robert Howerg David Herb: Bill Kern V ITT ECXJRNHIISM, lpgnmnhca' GERMAN ! T I X- I J 1 ,Q-1 ggei 'Ye Q! I Q I I gm" N 7 4' Olav Q Sl ,gk R Qx L an ,L get I, J.-' GU. :K hrr,,,s Q 4 ...- llllll HHNU lirsl Row: li. Xlucltlowg l'. lliwriinicli: Nl. Vlfisiluskyg il. Youch: l,. l'x.insg lf. XYysiiic.iv.igeg Nl. A. Ndydocltg li. Phillips: N. Siillivani I, lisingsion: .X. xxvCI'llQ 5. Y.irnell1 xl, luhiiisliyg A, Cliulsiislxyg S. Buren: C.. lilnclurcllg ,I. Hnrliiigli: l'. Shvinslsy Second Row: l'. Nlircoong X. Xlengle: li. Snsltieg li. lirnssinglong li. Cimheyg tl. l'me.1cher1 Xl. Hreshlsog Xlgrtinelg li, liliclswellg Reese: QI. Shueyk l.. SW.ll'Il1 S. NY'.igiierg Nl. Cuiinphell: XY. l7ud.ishg Ci. l'ml.iclswell Third Row: N. Ziinnicrnmng A. lir.issini.gton: ll. Yfilligiiiisg XV. Nlk'CH.ll1.lll, K. llowerg li. Zinnnerinnn: H. Ci.irr.iw.iyg R. l. ilihoingisg li. 'lurnbullg ll, liiircng QI. A. Pitts: R. Greene ,si .. Ax 'W r Alf" Y A Q t -A XY'ithin the last decade there has been not only Ll tremendous improvement in the Band, hut also many clever and unique additions made in the Music Department. Pretty girls dressed in snappy uniforms is what inspired the Cadet Band to entertain the fans and give that extra "uniph" to the football players at the Veterans Memorial Stadium. Under the supervision of Mr. Ifrnnklin XY'olfe, the Cadet Band entertained the basketball fans .it all the home games, while the majorettes under the direction of Carol Murphy and the lflng Corps supervised hy Nlirie Cirish, thrilled the spectators with their exciting drills. The High School Dance Orchestra nude its first dehut, which proved to he .1 success. .II the annual 'lilmiiksgiving lhnce sponsored hy the Seniors of 1950. The Concert Bind, formed in Ileceniher, 19-PS, nude its initi.il .1ppe.1r.1nce .ll the Annuil Spring Nlusic liestixyil of 1949. lorcgronnd. It-ti lu Right: Xl.:-lofi. lit-xtrlx Rah, hill: liclu l'x,ihud.c: Xl.iri ,Xnn Rahluiil lhrlsuriiiiiitl: lli',1.l liiivfri, f.irol Xlurplii' MARCHING BAND MAJORETTIQS Kneeling: B. Chukuskyg -I. Frcw, S. Kcipcrg P. Kopcy Standing: C. Bcncnskyz V. Su bachg K. Kodisg C. Murphy: S. R031 ers: J. Flliottg A. Haines FLAG TXVIRLIQRS First Row: C. Fclcgig M. A. Krcil nr: D. Frompoviclg M. Slmbuskic U. Morgan Second Row: J, Buscavagcg F. N1usc.1lus:M.Grisl1g,I. Alcx: C, Tre- gcllas 4 Pngr' fllirfy-ninv -An NIIXVD CHORUS Altus :md Bassas NIIXP D CHORUS Sopranos and lwenors IRI SliX1A'N' CHORUS Lett: Rulwrl llmxcr,rcprcwcm.1Inc,n lluc Suu- lhnd lfcxtiul Right: Acconmpgnms Mary Alice Morgan, lhwn Rader. lhr- l7.ll'.l lclslwurg. Xlnry Ann Nluclu DANCI-. OKCI Il-' STR A Front Row, Scmrcd: R. llnwcrg D. Ilcrb Second Rnw: Xl. Hrcslmlmg I. Tlmrnns: R. Zlmnlcrnmlnz .-X, l'mr.usi11gtnr1: S. lcllrnun: R. Blackwell: tl. Nlartincl Stannlingz il. Faglulc: Nlr, Wlulfcq li. Turn bull Ewa? QUARTI T TRIO W'ill1.1l11 Kcrng Irwin bl-l1Ull1.lNQ lhxill llcrlwz linlwri llmvur Nlr. lmnlxlxn Xynllu :SQ-.nn-d .xl pmnol Smmling: Xlary .Xliw Xlllrggng Nullll Slulllcg lluruncc Clulvlcni Puyw fnrfy-ml' 5 sl lu.I X1 L 1 Q lx 1 L Ilsk THF PAPI R COLS IO PRESS' s thlts oux om md onlx Niountun Inms snoopu doopgr of I H S It ns publlshcd bx the. Stu dgnts m tI1v. mtuut of bgttgr sghool mms xx m nts sggumI xnr of pub lution md nt 1 s nmpmud nn Lontgnts and IDLFLISLLI m sm. It noxx nuns I u 113llLL J I s Llls HL I , Q IX L 180 5 LH un I ll I' I Y In XI. IIrcxI ku: II'I'Iug I'. I .I IW " 4. 2 5 2 " Yu , LI' ' ' . 1' . L' .' ", IIIC l5lI"A A' "H I L I IJ mu. " 1'3" Ivy l-I" 'OI 1. "I If 'tI S" Ivy IH" of last year. A fcw ncxx' I:C.lILlI'L' .lrliclcs such .us "Cut U 'I . JI "Veil Yoyu- S."sI'I1.1x'.I Ic' . IIQII. LII: NIIr.uIw Im Jn' If 4I.II!ur-Irv ImI1m::XXxIIi.1mII.1x1x4Np.,r'1wIII1tm'Jg IX lllmn II.xIwx I .Xwm,1:u I Jmfvj TX PINK ST -KH S ndnm, H111 11,1 II Y 1 'XL xlsor St ttd Dorot IN Xhtrmt 1 .xrx 'I 11111-1 xlfgllll S1 HK Y' Rx Leadmg the st 1ff of th1rts four members IS Nhss Ehzabeth Folk f1cults ,zduser Humg done graduate vsork IH 1ourn.1l1sm INAISS Folk IS vxell equxpped for thlS tremendous job VN hlth she hmdles llong vx 1th her rtgu Although M115 Polk jomed our fleulty 1n M1reh of 1947 sht xulhngly took thlrgf. of tht sthool pubhtl IIOH 1n Septtmbu of tht SIITIL xur 'Iht plptl how u er, xx IS then known 15 the Cllssnnte md was LllSSlHCd 1s 1 n11meographed 11112121116 The transfor I'IlltlOI'l hom the CIISSHIIIQ to the present Moun tun Lmes took plue tht follovung sclr 1948 49 Pubhshed hxe fllTlLS xelrly the Mountun LIHCS IS not onlx bctommg more popullr 111th the students but llso v11th mlm of the plrtnts 1nd pltrons vx ho hnd lt 1nte.rtst111g to follow sthollstm md tdue1t1on1l trtnds BL SINFSS ST -XF? Stated Xl1ss Folk S ndmg, Ktdnms X I Lartn H Semanelnk R Gtarx Crxstmkagt B Shabosklt -Xnthom Page fm fu H1700 , A, Q S A .r fu ' j: , A l'I' bel folk . 1 ' 1 f'.1 ' : I ' . ' "lil: ' X1 1 '1 'og " L" '.1 'll.nIll Y ' ' ' ' 1 V V 1 1 U , " , v K t ' - A 1 . . . . ' rf 1' I 1' - 'L ' . 1 ' 1 . ' . ' - v 1 , - 1 K t L . .... . . - -1 .1 A I 11 1. 1 1 ' L . . . - 1 . . . - 1 11 - 1 - 1 1 f 1 - A . ' ' ' L j 1 , - . lar teaching duties. . - v - I Y I V I. . . 1 . , . .Y y . 1 X A 'I 1 -1 i ' I , w y n , w - YA - Y 1 - X 1 - V 1 ," , w, ,, ,-1 '-.- Q ' ' 11,-' 1-1 b'-L 1 -L' L 1 1 1- 1 t-L 1 I1 1L u ' 1 A 1-' 1- 1 K. 1 1, . ta. ' 'z sl- in -': 1- .iN Q 1, V A 1 f - , - ' , -- 1 or 1., , -111. . 'L THE VHUUHTHIHHH I IJIIORI Xl Sl' XH -3-Z.."' 0 0- ted li ke 7 irn ie me oe er Rllbllgllf K Koeis ndlm., R Homer e ei s mi ln THE MOUNTAINEER STAII Work xx ork vxork and more work is the ery of our groups, the Fditorial Smff and the Business Stiff The Fditoriil Staif, under the excellent superyision of Nlrs Rugienius, promptly began its work in Sep tember One of its first deeisions was the seleetmg of 1 theme 1nd then the deelie ition Its five subdixisions include L1y out Copy Typing Photography and Art The Liy out group headed by Irwin Thomas, begin work promptly by setting up the dummy and deciding upon the phcement md sizes of pietures and eopy The Copy group headed by Joan Rubright and Phyllis Bunett began work xery soon after Their job vi .is to seeure mel wx rite ill the information on Seniors Sports ere 'Ihcn all this miteriil had to be typed ieeording to speeifieitions This vms a very diffieult f rrgz fill fy flllll BUSINIH S9 YI AI I N r lash A Duri N X y o ls ko Xl Tomko H Semanc 11 lx XX onn I Barn tt 4 ' ,. sw' f T 1 , 1 -1 Sea ' : .Hin l-5 I. lie cttg D. M'-r '-ki:-1.5 'k' 3 yl. 3 . l" Stn ' j: . " Q nl. l"r'Arng yl. Living tug H. Q iglc J: ' ,- , ' f " Y Y L7 v ' Vw l 7 I- T Y A- K K Y T ' em as busy Mountaineer Staff, which is divided into two f . . .- 1 Iy. T Iv L , , 'v .K ' '. , - s v' ' - ' . - 1 yy v vs v I I ' A . fs ' 1 s . ' 1 ' - rr s- ii v ' Q x ' ' l . s- s ' 1-" . ins,-' ' is-. T ' L A2 f x xl 1 1 1-'f I 4 I .Y.- ,x- l - xv.-'v ' I' Vt A T .l,. Q . .:i'..ljk- j : . . : . !'k: '. " : '. c 1 , ' . -' . 'Xl ll YILT HHLX lgmr Og x1 rxxk xxlth muglx tmu hung spgnt lftu xghool lux ilu txplstx xx ho dld U1 gxullgnt job Xluudu lxguduo BILILL, 'WOIQIII md ulu Qhrm munbus ot thu. Alt Stiff put thur l1Cld5 toggthu' md Lmu up xx nth soma brxqht ldus xx hugh tlux skgtuhui on PIPLI Ihn Ho togrxphx Stlff xx huh mgludgs Rox Munglg 1ndS1mmx Niorgm hld Llllfgt of lSSCI'HbllI1g gnoups for plgturgs Thu Busnmss Stlff under rhg Lompgtgnt supu x mon PI IO I Of R XP! IX 'NTLHLLI Q Ninn x xx LHIII XXOI III Uu.v.mn1 IIX lomko xx IS lpPOlI1ILLi BLISIHLSS XillllgLl llm puxposg of thnx stxti xx IS to u llggt ldXLlflSLITILI1lS md pupux tlxk ldxutxxungnt sutlon of our ook Hn Nlountumu SMH Ins trnxd nts but to sglxg to wmoxs tgmlmux md undudxssnun 1 book xx hugh thu un not onlx by proud ot but llso om xx hugh xx nll blllig buk pluxml IULIHOYILS xxhgmxgr nt 15 :md X urn 1 rx x g m ii l 114 1 Page forty-si 'N 1 PHP? II cf " X ,I E I H X INST XLL XTION OI Ol I ILLRS 1 x Sur r II l Illll mm nt, N L i !,,,. 10 I 4. .4, . I v,4 AL A' A Y V j I Iruul: Ilhmur Klrclmul-ig PI1'IIis I. - I nerr: Yum Ilu- yk Puck: Duns -I.xu XVII. sg Iilurcncc Clglwiunmlx: NI.mc Iircslmku f 'I A i K , A ICQ I I GQ LJ 1 ll I n 1 I SC le ra I1 , ff 1 D U Uh :J U L-I U wx . D nl I MX ,Y--1--N ---I--xxx H z - C3 nj Z7 CJ CI rw ij E3 L! . IA 'W C3 G I 0 ITE I, 4 is V SHIIII PHIHUI HIC H SCHOOI PATROL rsz lun L 1 Lo 1 1 X Ielurn lxum I CJo111s.l XX Blovmrt I Caron N 5:1 :111 eeond Row xr uk .1 lS1r1111ng.,l11111 A IXLNSCll'll'I.L, I.1p:1eh111skx R C,:111m R SIIILJNBRC 1rd Rovx I rnmr I u1r S1111 us I Su 11'1l ISUSCJNJLL I Nhrlllllbkl A Kal1u1e GRADI S XXII PAROCHIAI SCHOOL 1-11 I v1 1 11 s 1 c I Rlbblll D Nlusea us lx IXDIIIIC XX Vonn Lu1111lRovn N Cu L s Illll ll lrmlxs X XILIHLLI 11rcl limw C 1 1 11 s 11111. u1m111u lourth liovx ul1elx L 11111s 11 1 1 L R XIIIIS On rum dug the d1l1..,Lnt members of rhf. SlfLIX Pltrol un be sun g111rcl1n1, the lncs of Ir1Lln1llLs mam School Students bx pltrollms., the n11111 1ntcr sceuons of our borough To .nd the Slfetx Patrol 1n th1s hne xx ork the toxxn borough PJIHICCI yellow gmdc l1ms JI the sehool 1ntcr seeuons To proteet che hellth of the student mem Page jo: ty elght C Pu as 1 .IXLYIQ L1 J us XX nlucr 1e1.1r s au er L13 1 SIULSIXZ c I low r bers ram cqmpmcnt sms contmbuted bx the local braneh of the Amenmn I.cg1on In 1pprec11t1o11 for thc-1r serx mes XOILIDIAFIIX offered the Pltrol xx 18 rexx lrdcd 111th .1 tr1p to Ph1l1dclph1.1 11 here the members sutnesscd 1 profcss1on.1l b,1seb1ll mme Fi I ':I.'f R'gl1-1. '---I1kgA. Q .. I "3 ". " QA. :1'. g S" ': C111 "rA"g il. W' ltcrg Il. ' ' ' . Q . " b 'Q .' ' ' jg . ' q . .' " ' 'I'l1' ': I. B1 ' 5 ,. I.i1'i111.gxl1111g P. S'l1 3 .I lc g .. f '. 'Q " "Q 3. "M jg . Ll' ' lfi I 11 ': R. ll.arr1 1 KI. I7 ugcrlg il. NVy111c.1'.1g : R, ll.111cl1cr: .. ' A IQ . . ' I C r- I I I I' S" ': 1111151 I. l'il'h.1 l1g I.. Clnugl ' 1 . n 'g . ' "1 . l lx, Tl' 1 ': 2. Il.1rl1gl1: I-.N1i1.1k w kip 11.8.1 'rg lt. N1 lI.' fg F. Ifnglislu S, CJ " 'kg il. Clark: G. Ru-lg I", I .1 ": ' ski 5 ':1I,I'rih S. Dellwkq P. Sl' " ky: 1.51.1 kg H. SI1il-1 I.. R"l d 5 If. NI' g' g G. Sl llgg AI. M ' ' 3.1 3 I. 1 'lcg ORGANIZERS OF SAFETY PATROL The parents of Frackville's school children owe a vote of thanks to Mr. Roy W'ertz, State Patrolman McGrew. and Mr. jack james Lpictured abovej who are responsible for the organization of the Frackville Safety Patrol which was formed in conjunction with the Pennsylvania State Highway Department. lHllllHE ElHl2l The oldest, all girl organization. the Leaders Club. was formed in October of 1933 and has been extremely active ever since. Mrs. Harvey Wolfgang is the competent faculty adviser. Students from the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes, who have met the standards of the club. are voted upon. The standards of this organization are high moral, mental and physical ideals. Club oiiicers for the year '49-'50 school term are as follows: President, joan Rubright: Vice-President, Jean Livingston: Secretary. Mary Alice Morgan: Treasurer, Helen Semanchik. The most outstanding of the many Leaders Club activities throughout the school year are the Hal- lowe'en Dance and the annual May Dance. It is the custom to pick a May Queen and her court for this gala event. The final club activity is a farewell party for Senior members which is usually held at Lakewood Park. This past year Ql949j the club donated archery equipment to the Physical Education department. LEADERS CLUB L. Reading Forward: S. Irvin Nl. Davisg V. Circene: P. Gray, K. Kodis: A. Poiakenis: M. Escu- dcro: Nl. Huth: P. Felegi: lf. Zigahylog Al. Dillman: S. Blanch: H. Semanchik: Nl. A. Morgan: Rubrighzg LI. Livingston: il. lflliott C. Reading Forward: Nlrs. Y. Xlfolfgang: B. Grabeyl B. Fels- hurg: VI. Nl. Fast: S. Hreshko: D. Miller: A. Haines: S. Rogers: yl. Alex: A. WVCYIII A. NI. Hous- cr: D. Morgan: H. Troxell: N. Lord: L. I-lail: IJ. Rader: H. An- thony: Nl. Grish In recent years, the Junior and Senior Hi-Y club has grown in seniority until it ranks as the leading club for boys in Frackville High School. An important phase of Hi-Y activities is the field of sports. For the past two years the club has been rep- resented in a basketball league at the Pottsville Y.M.C.A. The squad is composed of ten club members. Striking blue and gold uniforms have been purchased for the team. The Senior and Junior Hi-Y has been noted for its numerous activities but who could ever forget the cry of "Hotdogs" at the football games, the bustling busi- ness of refreshments at basketball games and Room ll, the supply room for hungry students, or the joint dances held between the Senior and Junior Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y clubs? In the past school year, the club was well represented at the Hi-Y Rally at Pottsville and the Older Boys' Conference at Allentown. Another new activity was the sponsoring of the March of Dimes program in Fraekville by the Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y clubs. The Junior and Senior Hi-Y was organized in 1936 and the charter was received in 1938. Since this time the club has been under the very capable supervision of Mr. Charles C. Wagner. Although the Freshman Hi-Y is an infant, under the supervision of Mr. Jack James, it is following in the footsteps of its big brother, the older club. JUNIOR AND SENIOR HT-Y l'irst Row: C. DiRomauldog R. Vfilliamsg J. Hinkleg XV. Kerng R. Schuckerg A. Achenbach Second Row: B. Craigg N. Brown: G. Birklebachg Mr. Charles Vfzigncrg J. Dcllockq li. Stauffenbergg P. Dyszel Third Row: R. Jonesg J. Faduleg D. Herb I-irst Row: G. Moycrg Harhighg H. Engleg J. Ccnroyg J. Roberts Second Row: S. Spiedelg C. Kore: J. Sloppig Mr. Charles Xvag- nerg WI llragong -I. Mucha: H. Hockings Third Row: V. Achenbachg J. Wlignerq G. Thomas: J. Flail' H. Garraway FRESHMAN HI-Y First Row: S. Lehrmang A. Brassington Second Row: J. Krolickg M. Thorykg Cv. Gradwellg G. Vfilliams' T. Conroy: J. TCHJ1liJ Third Row: D. Rosserg XV. Ijggeg H. Harhigh: R. Blackwell' D. Forney: Kelly s Fourth Row: NV. Fellows: J. Nlartincvg XV. Miller: Mr. Jack James: P. Ratchlto: J. Lelonisg R. Cooper 'hymn 13-sin 1' p fl V lx x X X X JUNIOR AND SI-.NIOR TRI-HI-Y lirsi Row: S. llouser: li. Dragan: A. Xlcl.are11: IJ. Xlierniclyiz yl. xllllllgUl11Cl'y'2 D. Shuey Second Row: QI. Kedanis: R. Geary: il. Kirisc.1x.1ge: Xliss Y. llanipliin Lphlviserj: K. Wionnz Nl. il. XX'ag11erg ll. Olcluiclx Third Row: A. Dura: N. Nlykolylwz Nl. illlllllliill ,l. Soclyer: N. Shadlc l5Rl'.SHNlAN TRI-HI-Y lfirst Row: G. Koropcliakg pl. Meskunasq Nl. Xvillianis Succnd Row: bl. .Ietlcrsong Xl. A. Kreitlerg li. lfulasliig bl. Sniarr. si. Cahill: V. ilionil-in Third Row: N. Straub: 5. Vihlters: xl. l'1usc.nage: A. Liclm.1y.1ge: l'. Xlnrang Nlrs. lfdna lilicliley ifhlviserj: l'. Yatcilla: A, 5.1111- li.lXlllQ Sl'illl'I10W'iCl2 V. Spcnceg Xl. Cresswcll ljliklflll Row: -I. Herb: Nl. A. Mucha: ii. Morgan: l'. Young: ,I. Campbell: li. Xlasciolig Nl. Locliett: Nl. Sl1.1l1oskieg l'. Xx'yNll1- caxageg ll. llornbergerg NI. Vllisaitas The Tri-Hi-Y, an interdenominational club, arlili- ated with the Hi-Y Club, was originally founded as part of the Y.M.C.A. Its purpose is to establish higher standards of character for its members, in order that they might be better equipped for a well-rounded life. The burning torch is symbolic of the club's undying activities. Tri- st.1nds for the three factors which tl1e club upholds: Self-Improvement, Christian lfellowship and United Service. The objectives of the club are: To Seek, To Find. To Share. In keeping with their standards, their ideals and their desire to aid the less fortunate people, it is not surprising to learn than the Tri-Hi-Y, in association with the Hi-Y, was largely responsible for the organi- zation and success of the March of Dimes Campaign in our community. The junior-Senior Tri-Hi-Y, under the direction of Miss Verna Hampton, has conducted several very en- joyable dances. The financial gain from these social events was used in the further development and ini- provement of the club. The oihccrs of this club are as follows: President. Nelda Shadleg Yice-President, plane Montgomery: Secretary, Nlary Tomkog Treasur- er, Anna Dura. The Freshman Tri-Hi-Y Club under the leadership of their President, -Ioan Hornbergerg Vice-President. joan Smarr: Secretary, Annette Ciekavage, and Treas- urer, jane Herb, is following in the footsteps of the sister club. Under the gentle guidance of Nlrs. lldna Bliekley, it is already gaining recognition as an up and coming organization. gr' fifty-wx iw, f' E I , W m My 1? f my I A 1 If X ff V ,W ,, , , 4 -7, yu +9 Q if fx 9 Q VW- f ' , ag. M. 9 -' X WE ' , , ' 5 ff 1 ' fi , Q 'A 7 3 1 ,, W 'K Q 6' ,VK ,MMM A' W ,,'h f rr-W ?k 'G W, 'M , 5? Msg. M9-4 331: f ,fi nu 9 Z3 2 4 'Fm 1 Ox 1254. 4 , ,C za 44 L , 4 A , -, 1 ff mf QM, w n q ff N- 7 4 ' ,, ,V ' Www fi ,L ' Aa f V mg 'LM I K? eu.. 97 5' 8 M wif Y 5 V4 X . 13 I: V -2- 4 '22 Hi f' ww ' H s'y 1 hw w 'dv' Y ,,J6,? ,- Jie ," ,? ATHLETIC CLUB The Atlas boys of Fmckulle I-hgh School spend one W'ednesday 1 month 1n Room 19 dnscussmg sports To qualxfy for membershnp, the nnterested boy must partncxpate ln one or more of the three major sports The financxal status of the club IS mamtalned by an agreed amount of dues pald by each nndnndual member Gundmg the members are our tvso popular coaches, Mr Steve Bobxak and Mr Stan Rakowsky, who recogmze thls orgamzatnon as an excellent mednum for promotmg good sportsmansh1p, nmpressmg the athletes vuth the nmportance of physxcal fitness and dex el opmg a keen mterest m sports LIBRARY CLUB Presldent Harry Engle X xce Presxdent Walter Dragan Secretary Mercedes Lscudero The Lxbrary Club as an orgamzatnon whxch gnves 1ts members an opportumty to learn the technxque of checkmg out gomg and 1n com1ng books of fllnng of keepmg shelves m order and keepmg records of books 1n clrculatxon Although the club 15 not socxally actxve lt 1S of greater value educatnonally Each year new members are enrolled and taught the club prmcnples These members are students who voluntarnly sacr1flce thelr study pernods IH order to g1ve assxstance ID the l1brary to students seekxng mformatxon on varlous asslgn ments Accordmg to them, the hbrary can answer ex ery need whether xt IS knowledge or entertamment you seek Not only do the members perform an excellent job of dxspatchmg thenr varnous dutles, but by placmg 2 cents mto a small bowl for each tame they asslst 1n the lxbrary, they Contrlbute to the S5 award given on Commencement Day to the semor gurl haxmg tht hnghest average IH mathematlcs for four years EHPHH HHH Buck row Left to Rnght l Wxlmsky B Bonner Gayenck L Lumgstnn NX Blovserr Nlnddlc Rovs L SWJYI7 P Blrmlngham J Walter J Lapa tlunsky A Kesselrmg R Caton R Slncayage Front Row R Hampton L Gomez J Buscaxage Vlr R VCFI7 Caron A Kahudxc A Kenm The need for a club whose pr1nc1pal functxon would be to teach students the fundamentals of safety and safe drnvmg has been known throughout our school dnstrnct for a long txme Mr Wertz, upon hrs return from the seruce, formed an orgamzatlon for thxs pur pose Thrs yy as the or1g1n of the Safe Drrvmg Club noyx known as the Safety Club As preuously stated, the pr1mary functxon of the Slfety Club IS to promote safe dr1v1ng among the student yehlcle operators of the school X arnous meth ods such as e tempormeous dxscusslons by the mem bers, motxon pnctures md reldmg of prmphlets 1ssued by the Pennsylvann Hxghway Department are used to present the explncxt need of lelrnmg to be 1 more conslderate and clreful drlyer The Safety Club has become closely assocxattd vuth the Safety Patrol throughout our tntxre school dxstrnct Page fzfty three 5 .Q U , V- -Y . K . 1 Y . ' x , , ,f X ' :V , A . . . II, fs 5 - Y . . . ' 1 ' -'S f'X sex . . V t y , K . . . . V. . V - ,. - . . ,..,... ....,.. ..,....... . . .K ' L , " 27. 'N 'Q . gl. ' ' g 7 . - M - "y V, Treasurer ..,.,..,... ,.........,..,.. , .,.....,....,, ..., X e ra Thoryk V ' . y V . 1 ': . ,Q . g . Q . - . . . . . . . v p 1-5 U 3 , 3 1 , . . . . , . , . , A . . 7 . . A . ' al- , - , - - - 9 : ' - r . . . . . A - ' Y L I V . . I . . D . . ' K ' . . . ' V - ' - f Y . . .... , Y T Y- . Y ' ' 1 ' K . , , - Y , V U - I Y L . . V - g L a ' . . . . . . , ' ' , . . . . , ' ' I ' I ' V. X 4 . . , - ,- - , V, , , , Q 1 a V ' I V ' H The Future I-Iomcmetkers of Amer1c1 Club spon sored by our Home Econom1cs mstructress Nlrs E Engle, IS open to pupxls enrolled nn home makmg W'1th sex entx four members nt bo1sts of belng the llrgest Our local club became pxrt of the Natxonal orgam 7at1on September 1946 Each xear, pms are an 1rded to the Semor members IS 1 rexs ard for fenthful par t1c1pat1on 1n the club actnmes Its officers 1re as follows Presldent Phx lhs Barnett X xce Pres1dent, X er.1 Thorx k Secremry Florence Czeb1en1ak, Treasurer, Mane Hreshko Recreatlon Page jzjty fum GIRLS AT VVORK M. Dubitskyg M. Stcfaniclqg F zinger Foreground C Ifxans Nlrs E Fngle Unstructressj I jones j Wary Background N Mengel L Fxans E Moyer II Slottaxage I KlCI11CHIOWlC1 N Sagan A Chabon S Steiero Leader, Dons Jane Wllllams, Reporter, Eleanor Kur chock An outstandmg actxvxty of the local club ns the Annu.1lCandlel1ght Serv Ice m whlch the new members are recewed mto the club and the officers are mstalled The F H A brmgs together state groups mterested nn, and workmg toward better home and fam1ly hvmg, prov1des opportumtnes to share nn solx mg certam prob lems lmportant to home lnfe, and sponsors group projects It mcreases opportumtxes for the dex elop ment of lefldershlp and lntelllgent partncxpatnon whxch IS so much needed ID a democrauc SOClCIy 1' g.I 51 " , li. . IM. ' ' ' ,A . . . club in the school. .- - - ' - r ' r . ' l.. . ': ' , 1' " 3 ' . ' " f - - I , - . . Left to Right: A. Nl. Furman: S. Clarkg j. Uhring I. Seasockg Norwichg B. Brusiewskig Seite NIFN AT WORK " D. Hamptong Nlr. F. Bomberger: G. Harhighg C, Harrisg H. XY'olfg.1ng Foru.,round I Zeman sky I' Vmlmsky Baekgrouml N Sagan Nlr Bombtrttr A Ptlt sclak W Roberts C Harrns H Wolfpang., A burslcy W ltnkms Industnal Arts IS an attempt to coordmate the mmd wuth the hands to teach the basxc tool sk1lls, to fabrt cate useful objects for home and hobbx use lt IS not ney men or tradesmen Rather lt gnes an owerxll p1c ture ot many trades and manual xocatmons and mstllls an apprecnatnon for good craftsmanshxp IS vxtll is for beauty The mam Held of xx ork IS nn the NX ood Shop beclust the department ns best equnpped for NX oodxx orknm, lHllUElllHll WE About equal 1n the emphas1s placed upon them are A Mechlnlcal Cl1'.1XK1I1Q vorklng dk'.1XX1I'15S free hand sketchmg of mtmmxte objects md a touch of archltectural drmmv B Electrlcttx prlmtrxlx household or handx man elcctrxutx along vt 1th bell xx 1rmg repurmg cords etc C Nletal XX ork-on the llthe md tn sheet mettl list md posslblx le1st tn tht lndustr11lArts held rs Auto Nltchmxcs ln ulnth the tsstntnls of tht atsolmt md LllLSLl tngmt optrltnon lre tlLlgl1f Pzgr' flffll flu X .4 '.' 51l"' I 'lx l ' Z A . I .., , , rl g '. 5 . 1 ' " '. 7 , V. . , Q , I . . . K L , 'l . ' ,. ' I K' 'L A 1 h 4 ' ,' - . ' 1 ' b. an endeavor to trillrl students to become sknlledjour- '- ,- A - . ., , f ' . ,' I' 'L "- ,.", 1 ,' , 1 l . . - alt 1 1' A k 5 ' Y v 5 'Y ' 'l r.',L I I' . A ' '. '-' I l .. 'Y i X ,A ts1'- ' -'- ss . 't- J ,UL ' x . I H C . L 1 '1-s 1 ,' 1 ,L ' . l A , v , ,H . . I - 1 n J 'Norvutx S Hrum m S Ill .1 I' l1SIl'llkll' Lll cllfi 1 of our sthool swstem vs us suecessfully mtroduecd to the hrst ught grades durmg tht sthool xeqr l94'4 1949 Attordmg to plm nt xx 19 llso 1dded to the Sthedule to the entlrt lrtshman Cllss thls past xelr Tht Art PFOQTII11 xxhlth xx ms orgmucd bx Nlr XX lllllrd ns bung suemssfullx tontmued bx Nlrs Flu lbeth W lgncr xx ho ns Ll0lHtL, ln excellent job Page fzjfy sm om vx r 1 ww an u 1 mar S INUIYLII t Ram S L o .ISRILYSI Xl llau Tht Stlenee Club under the leldtrshlp of Nlr Hall eonslsts of ,1 sm 1ll group of members At elub meetlngs tht members haxe the opportu nltx of pcrformms, any experlmc-nt vxhleh they Ullghf not be lblt to perform ln thexr rs.3,ul1r stlcnte Cllssts Regent sutntnht clutlopmtnrs lrt llso dmtusscd xxlth tha. ldxlser vs ho IFICS to lnsxur IFIX questions thlt lrlsc. l.ef I Right: F. l,orug A. Sl1LllIl1 l . .' 'V 'lg ' l lv: l5r Ro ': Mr. Reber H.1Ilg XY. S '41 l': I. ll-l10IT'l.lS1 A. G. 'cr- Nlr. I-ll" . bt-th XY' gnu fl ' cssjg il, Y l'ch: T. Q kia: lcls: R. llr " 1 ' 'l . S' ll-'ull lirk 'z Tyniug li. ln: 't rg A. sl " k'g . . l pn Art, one of the latest additions to the curriculum ' .x -' 1 ' , 1 L . A- ' A D . , . ' ' K' L , ' 'L L Y . . Y . Y I Y Y . V .i Y . Y ' 1 , ' A ' 'Q S ja " 1' 1 . Q . . . . SIRI IIUUIH IIIIHIUQHIE Studtnts do xou hlxt mx athts or puns' It so do not sufhr go to tht Suk room Thtrt xou xx 1II hnd ltttndmts xx ho xx1II lzdlx tlkc urn of xou Thu In xxtll Lquxpptd xxlth bmd udx lntlxtptlts dlgtstlxt uds md othtr hxst nd supphcs I unds fox the Lst1bI1sI1mtnt of thus xx orthxx hxla. proj ttt xxuc obtuntd through tht Lfforts of tht Ludcrs Club xx hugh IS sponsortd by 'Vim Ntrdllll XX olfgmg, xrst Rovx A Durx Dxllmnn I XIontx,ormrx 'N Xx o Ixko D Nlntrnltkl I, Roux ttond Rovx Xllnalxoxxskn X S bath Inxlngston Xrx o tam, K Vtonn I-ImkIL In lv. T11rdRovx Rubr1g.,ht D IFOIHPOXILI C Bemnskx I I-rux E Bushkn A Rushok Iht xnnull munttnmu, ot thus room xs supported through funds tontrlbutgd bx tht sthool bozrd Tht mtttndmts xrt s,1rIs xx ho IIINC xoluntttrcd to Slxflhkl. om xtudx ptrxod 1 xxttlx to ILIIUIDISILI' nd to tht mtdx Thtx ut xlso rtsponslblt ton kttpnm, tht room tldx md tht LQLIIPIULIII tlun Tht dttor of tht room xx 15 tompltttd xxnth the ud ot tht IA md tht Homt Itonomn. dtplrtmtnts lrxr Roxx L t fur Dragan NI Danes ttoml Roxx R burht QI C urvmx Barnttt XII' o gang I Q1 IJlt.Ill3Ix III1ott C BI,1tIxxxv. 'lhxrd Roxx I Z mbxlo I Chrm L FIJI D NI1lIer F u d I Baxlex U IWAIWI as A ' L ' 'I gg 1' 1 X 'Q X 1' . "'. ' x i n- E Y. 1 V ' , H X ,- V,-, .' 1 , x I x 1 , I . I: ': . .Q A I K. . X ' "3 .'. .I,'IC Q F' ' ': A. XI-I.Jr'n: S. NIJ 1 If. X' 2 . . 'I j g .. " " 'Q . ' IQ' A. Ilouxcrg B. Fclxburg S" ': .' ' ' I: I. u ' 3 ."' I' :.I 1 S" ': . I "I: 1, NI II4': IJ. ' 3. S. V V. W' Iff' gg . " g B. ' X: KI. 5 ILI' XY' IV' Q: '. "c " ' 'z II. f ' 1 . " '-ll I' ': " 1 .5 . ' K. I' ': f, II 1' zk. I: . iz q d if t IX 7. . N to ' xxxt w 'ev V ix " . . 6 1- 1 f Q- 5 i 6 ' . bf F . , fe . I 'I I Y 5 I 1 of .I 2 x I - , 3 ' A, I- F at ' ' 5 u xg, 1 J. ' . llllllllll Hllllll Ilw "l'.lLlLl.lIC IS Ll.ll!lCkl hx nhl' lwrnllmn A cn' of rho LKLSN XX H 1 OHS W LILISV. k1UlLLS Q gn Ol lk llll I s n Cr s Ihn Raul of I lfn hut xxhgn Il1Ll'lCLLSSl x mms Q umhdgmn 1 Tgk hom x mu Ill I L sl X I H tx N Oll XNIHLIII IL U .N C LISIUH IH S nntlngnt L of SUCK fx x'lF"1:Xy-H i H1r"':1 -J rg w-F-T -1 W ,JLJLJ "'f' ill L,J H gli T25 .LA ,U su 'l Ll .lW.lllS himg joy lc '. ' his 'l .lt th- C I'flNNI'U.lLlS h.1vc lcal him In the t"'JI g ,lf gr. ll. -Ol. ln h1 cxLxhcl.mcu, hc f.1ilQ to wc mlm 111.1 y fow- I'O.lLl alluring ' . .' X ' X ' 'ti' ." ', rhf ' Q ' "g.il Xl p' lis fm'-sigl 'nl judg- mu nhving th' p.1 x-'ll yuil' hir Ihr gh thc V ll g mm - f work, slruyglc, lc"" 4 tl di - Appr' - to th- hrml pinlmclc ' ' f flfSS. -ii1!i1?L"f'l --mix, MW ' -1 fl K I' ' 4 - iliggl, A 'f-"QU l' l lf la 5 1 Q V, ' HN ,5hf-- - N ,-- 3 , I ,lf Ql gQ4l-,Tflf l U arf? HR "" Q l fl--'L e -'f ffl E- -F Q f 163175 QFR-2,1 W1 +L-Q - N- l'f -' 17l-'T'f" u l Elfillf lllilllgs l Ill l 1+ V H1351 lwllliliwfyi I l y I 1 1 1"1r:::g:'-1:-l-T Q: S 4, I I .kj I K l lihjlh l iilQ Il, 57, l Ifffiifr-::Qf::::t3H lgqli 14 l 'H wh l ll llllllllil 1 Mi l l W RTT-"'fETfwF1l 1 V.-ww 1- H l l ,J 'll ll'--,n plllllglull ff i E L X L X 'ir','1 A,...- --" qluillblh 4 'X f ivl J l LFWWu,4JT3e,i1' A l A if f , Q, W if X fm. Q- lf hx' A L f? J lil Tl' s I .I M! IWEJ 1 H M V i -I , j -4 ,l X I-ff 5 ff, QUQCKX ,fi X WN W K 4 Us UA gi! I A S MC B MSN A 'E Robert Howcr, Pnwillwlf Phyllis Barnett, Vim'-l'1'niLlvr1lg Anna Dum, Sn'1'l'4'I4ll'XJ M. j Xl"' NI. gg , T" J " ffa V J! ji .,!ZjZfy,,,41" ff' KKK, ,ff if ff" 7 ,ff '-iw , f ff M ff' 6 xy K ,ff 'vf ' ff ' ff 5' D' K , X' ,.- . I " f V T X w f X- WX X. X ' f 'K 1 1 f M ' A a 1 1 X I XE v 4 fi E in l I X I Y u T 4 X... 1 X I , X ' FI M' ' Y w 1, 7 ' U u ff 1- xv' W-kg rvce GY I thae B Seated Nlarx Tomko lup,ema Z Standing Andx C Ioan R b lomas S utabylo Slnrlu B axtrxtk Stue K lanehe uptha TI egmnm g mth of 5 our fre 0 hay shman e elected home year w one room t e of th or tvso o serxe f ea e clas person 'IQ OUI' pable e s from represe , nergetn has u eac ntatne e and h IlSClHSl1l ffer u rxtht ostph ltrura Ilorenee C7eb1tmak Very often h s This ard vxo y gnc. to the group rknng elass me n txme and eff Class mbers ort to b Man t of se y have ruee served fanthf l uttermg a eo u ly for four years wlthout mplalnt happy to be of servlet They made lmpoxtant eholees sueh as our ellss motto, IIINIIZIIIODS etc u xoted approx al rmgs l pon xx hr l e ass em ut as 1 cllss Lach one deserxes 1 share of the pranse for makmg the class of 50 one of the most suetessful and pros perous By vsorkmg m elose eollaboratnon ofhcers and adusers they h the orderly dns Page szxty w1th class au been rtsponsnble for pateh of all class matters ' Z 1. Q ..'-Q ,. , 3 , :J .. 1. ,',:: A . .L V. 1 lv S - 1 , , , , V x Q t r' r retur f ., ' .' ' . isridi ' o 1 " f ' -' mpletin ' ' ' Y .Vx . . 1 Y' u . . ' I 1 I 1 x -'1 V . . ' ' -'H ' I ., . l - . Y' l x r hw vx f ' . ' - - , ., , . . . . T 1 H- .' - ' V , . 'I 7 vu 1 - . . V . they suffered the scorn of thexr class m1tes when eolleetmg dues and othe varnous class projects Th from co ns from cule d1d not deter them g 11 job to whxch they had pledged thelr tmost efforts The success of the v1r1ous class actrvxtxes was due to the persxstent labors of the representatxves In each of the four years, we sponsored some event whnch requnred a great deal of planmng and orgamzatnon The cxecutxon of these projects was under the dxrec tnon of the elass ofhcers and representatxves Thelr ac eomphshments are proof of the many hours of hard work and effort put forth The class of 1950 wnshes to extend thexr smcerest thanks and apprecnatxon to these leaders who haxe so ably gunded them lll llllllllllllllll -N., Oetober 1911 November, 1241 Three friends more sure thin ellx or night Himself his 'NI xkei As the class of 1950 leixes the xx xlls of fraekxille High Sehool, xxe eirrx xxith us memories memories both plelslnt and sld of our lute ellssmate, Chlrles DePuk1 Chlrles kept plee xxith the axerlge student during his first txxo years in high sehool, but he became espe elallx interested in school xctixities during his junior and senior xears Fond of football Porkx xx as not only a regular attendant at the games but, as an aetixe member of the I-Ii Y Club he eould be seen during the quarters, busily xxorking at the refreshment stand. Charles was a consieentious type of student-espe- cially during the few months which he attended dur- ing this school term-for his studies were always up- permost in his mind. Conversations at the games alxx ays led to his school xxork. Teachers speak highly of him, and all of them agree that he was respectful polite, and well-behaved in all of his classesg while students regarded him as an all-around good fellow., md the Angel DEATH' Culrmlgz 'I he nexxs of his illness exme 15 1 shoek, not only to his oxx n family but xlso to lll of those xx ho xx ere duly lssoeilted with him in his work in our high sehool As his life hung in the bxlxnee during his l"lOSPlfll1l1 tion, every one mxiouslx xxx uted my news xx hieh might bring even 1 slight hope of his reeoxery Hoxxexer Cod s xx xxs ire not our xx 1x5 1nd ifter hxe daxs of suffering the Nlzster called him to the Grext Bexond We miss Chxrley s happy smile as he mingled in the croxx d, and we shall miss him more so as Commence- ment Day Cl1'flXVS near. However, on that day he shall be xxith us in spirit and, as the years roll on, he shall often come flitting into our thoughts. We hope that .us Charles was drifting out of the world he hid the feeling expressed in the beautiful words of the poet I.oxx'ell: Death is beautiful as feet of friend- Coming with welcome to our journey s end! Page sixty-one Il ANI BAILI Y llmm 1111110111111 15111111 tlu l5u.gl1nut g.,u111 kld suond l1tLlL Lulu for 1.,1:t 11113, 1nto trouble nunr 1 dull IIIUITIKUI VllLl1 C111 5 around grut 11l1111r1.r of tl1L farmers from l'ount1111 Sprmbs H1 Y lhskula l H A 3 4 Suk Room Attnnd 1111 4 SHllil l l Bl AINLH Ill 11111 mfr Sl11rl1.y .1 lrxm l111l1. Ll11Lk Loxnpucnt salcsvn 0111111 at ll1e Hu and dung to bu or not to bc Zl nursv. or Z1 lwusuufc Trl H1 Y l Lndars Club C, 111 s 4 llxskcl 1.1 r Clxss I ln l1l1r1r1 ull 3 LII LS u book JOAN CARI TON C om m1 1 1 ml yolncd our Alma Mater 111 l1Lr jLlI1lLl' mar fasluonablx Lllmd ymrns to lDLLUI11L Lompulunt 'Nu111bLr Plgasn gli' 111 1,11 lllL un L3 llI1l,lLLl lllvrarx Club '4 4 Qlwrus 3 llI1LS Sllfl IUI IA CHRIN 11111111 1111111111111 llugk o L1111L l1CrL fllilll Vast xllll.lI1UX lownslup ful cf 1 Ll y 1, 1 11111, vx nulul for l11r Sllklll l.1u1,l1ur unll lx 1 grunt tlLSlQ,l1Ll' or .111 ,lrusl scum dn X I 4 11111 A to.11d1nt 4 llbrarx ub 4 Nl! lungs Stall-1 book l"HYl l IS ISARINI Tl 11111111 lillllllflllll ll clLpu1dabl1. loxlal 1bl1ors Z1g.,1.,w s l,Lll11 Lranlum., Laptaln of tl1c NX olf Inks for four years skuball l 4 KCJ7 r Cl'r1.s 4 ll ru S1Lkroo111 A1 1a.1nt 7 4 lll7l'll'y Cluw Class Y me Pru 4 Yaarbook IOHN llRUSll'NV5Kl l111l111l1111l A115 Always busy bctvx can bells 1111111115 lns l10I11LW0l'li out Ll00!'SI1l11l1 Xl l1o pcnds l11s sum mars pnkmp, burns nrrns 1111 lucsl cnlnuons of flll. nuxs PrLXkl'll'N Jlklfllllts ll lllL 111111 111 tl11.11Lr Wllll 1 rul l11.,l1t wou Cl lll-xg to L mln proud possgssor of :1 Qdllllllk ALFX CHARLOCK Iu1ln1I1111lA1t1 ma1.,cr slnuth famed 1111pLr so1111or of x1lUj.,llI1 Nlonrog ll'lllLlXI'l12ll'l at ilu Garden ll1utLr loy .ll sports hn 1n1lolL11l s1l1ol1r l'HlSLlllLXOUS 1 ll 1 Lr of our I1 s fulurg limrnnglg lilll Y lil' RNICE CHUKL Slkl C 01111111 rrml Attractnv. lllgll stcppmp, 1111 11111111 :1lv1 11s xxcl gfllflllltkl q111o.t:u11lnsL1'u fum llc p.1st11111 IS kllllkllll., lllllklkl llll., IS lur 1No1l 1 onlin l o us Nl! l111Ls S1111 Room ALlC111la11t r Class llu L1br.1r Page suty fu o ' ,I.I . , ' "I1l'1" I I I . . . I I I -' 1 Q- 'f I A ' 111 1 ,2, 3, IIJZ 4 ' ' l5.ll.A. 1, 2 QVicc-P cs.j, 3 Tri- '- 1,25 .' '1ll3,4: -..j, ' mjgf' - 5. . .., 4 ' - L01 l -, g ,A . ' ' l 45 1 . ' V' - g ' . .- .- I II I II ZI 1 I I ' ' I . . . 3, 45 il ru' 3, 3 1 l ll ' 'I 'I ' I l lI2I3I4I I I -II 1 y: I' I , ' "- - '. ' l1lS lille Cl , 43 Mt. '1-. 4: Y'.1r- ' ' ' ' ' ' I I l" Al . 1' ' 7 .Ioan . . . 11 llighty miss who Alcx ' ' ' Cheerful ' ' A SCC' 53 ' -5 ' fin- . . ' ' I. . , . UI' x ..I il!" 1 1 . 4' L - . 1 I ' Iul A l l do' ,. . ur. 1 . 1 " l.lj I , . 1 rox" l.ll.' , . . ' 111.4 J 5 'lf , A l Hi' 4- ' f' 'HX i l R' l'Lll .Ill uns' lo 'cl . ln 1 'ill1 I ' ' I' I ' I"d - ' - 4 ' " ' ' 1' ' - 11.11 - - , 2, 1, 41 l5.ll.A. l5.H.f . 3, 4Qc31OI'US 5, :Sick I' 31AU1 V 3-511 ' f ' SMH R11 l ' . 1 .I 1' "3 ' U 'I lv 1- Cl 1 . . .' 1 ' 3 Year- lv 43 .l ' l I5 Y 4- l05l PH C051 X XIARX IX L01 l l R C Ulllllle null AUH1,-,,,,t One ot lraekulle Lllhll s3 let ter men member of tl1e 1949 N SL Cl1.1n1p1onsh1p Basketbnll team one blfl man headed lor sueeess 111 l11s chosen eareer as a eoaeh Y l ball A em. Club 5 5 4 Cho etball l 4 o b l Ilolll NCI CZI Bll NIAlx Hmm L1 wmmn 1 H1de the 1111rror and eombs here eomes llo she wears tl1e natural look seeond loc Huth 1n basketball Flo and her words sueh as 5151110 and pruny s etb.1ll l 3 4 Cho fSee Suek Room Auendant 2 4 Llbfdfy Club 4 ROBI' RT DIL TZ Azademu Izlmo lean and lanky an cxeellcnt left l1alfb1ek an 0UtSt3ndlnb, 2ll'lL,lKr .Ind vmoodsman brmb, em baek dead LJILII h1s crooked sm1le snares all females sat and dreamy brown eyes H1 Y Club l AIl'llLIlL Club 4 ketball 3 CHESTER DIROMUALDO Commrrfml Chess one of the l1ttle fellows 1n our elass qu1te :1 eomed1an 1,ets alonp., well Wllll exeryone an enthusus ue vsorleer at the eoneess1on stands dunng, football season frequents h1gh sehool dances d1sl1ltes na,1.,1,1n1., teachers HY! A xenturesome fellow mln 5 l1e s one of the four Sen 1or boss who eleeted l1t1n pursues 5IUllle5 d1l11.,e11tl1 need Il gnoel lolxen ask Xlarx has xeeess to l11s Dad s 49 Chen 1 l At 1 Llle Club s elball l l'0utb ll Clorus 3 4 lANll 5 DELLOCK l1111f1m1c 1 l1anclso111e lad from 5 e l earefree ardent sports f1n fanthiul buddy of Wa y s has clran1at11. talent dream boy v11ll eertamly be .111 asset 111 thc Held ol duelor 1n A1l1let1e u l H1 Y QXILLIFLSD r Classll 1 IOAN DILLXIAN A1 111171 mir lJ.ll'llL our UW ll 3lLLpy Illllk sal attraeuve brown LyECl nllbi C,0n5ldLr.lU. AHCQIIOIIJIL pleasml, person a1ty her mam d1s IS blond boys detests .llbtbfl Tr1 H1 Y 1 Leaders Club 7 4 l1brary Club3 4 Chorus 4 51ele Room Attendant 4 BERNARD L DOUCPRT Azudcrrln Capps exeellent lootball plaser 1n no vnu c1,11t1st1eal ClIl,3Q,ll'IQ., Sl'!1IlL and sparkllnp, personalny enloys Span1sl1 elass"' earefree works d1l11,ently at what l1e l1lees moue entl1us1.1st H1Yl Chorusl 4 Atheue u 3 4 LPr J loox .1 Page smfy th: ec XEAITIR IJ IJRACAN ANNI DURA Ar alll nm A Bn., Sxx member dustr1ous7 3 Chief Bn, het f Sectnon I ns that a rhmoteros a trutk or a dmgnblea Oh no' thats W ally vuth clue gang., Ill hxs 37 Oldsmobnlt Oh that femmmt appeal' H Y12 '44 L1brarvC b 4 Chorus 4 IIONARD UZII 'NIS lurfusflml Arif wllll In mathematlts hxs first football game was an evcperxenee to be remembered crates the company of the oppo snte sur dreams of entermg, college after domt, hxs part for the U S 'Vlarmes Y l 7 A!l1lLKll. C lb tt Fmotball 5 4 Fnst 2 IOAY I SCRICHE A1 azlemu' A leader ln tht parade of fash xons leads the pate for all dangers hopes to make mod elmg, her career Suk Room Attendant 1 2 s ee 5 Lnbr Cu I 2 4 ItadersClub3 4 C etrlmdcr 1 2 3 4 Cho s Tru H1 Y 1 JI ANNI 'ITE FADUII A1 mlrnur Txltnted ehauntress as tntertamed mam an aunhence vuth htr mterprttlye Sll1f.,Il'lj., plnsnng., personahly a flare for the dramatne T 1 H1 Y l llbrary Club l 7 1 4 Sxck Room Attendant C orus 7 I' H 4 Ireas 4 Orehestra Soloxst 4 Y earbook Acmfr mn Dlshkes klI3CIlL people serxous about her sehool work vullmy, helper hnds the radio 1 good sourte of tntertammtnt II-Il Y 1 4 flrcas I- H A 2 Suk Room Attendant 4 Llbrarv Clubl 4 Basketball 3 4 Class See 4 HARRY I NCLI1 Aamir mu Curly 'marred thap mth a mm IHI15, 5l'l1llC Wlt I ar around there ns net tr a dull mo INCH! detotts much of hls IHIIC I0 tlIL prolfllltllln altlkv mes for H1 Y benefit Y I 7 1 Lt rt r Cass ay brary Club 4 lPresj Yearbook MI RCFDES I SCUDERO Armfrrnlc Merge has a vtarm frlendly smlle speaks vuth smcernty ts preparmg, for a eareer as 1 eommerual nllustra or Suck Room A ttndant I 2 Spanish Club 3 Ilbrary Club " 4 Ieadnrs Club 4 Chorus 4 XII Innes Stag 'G 4 Qfdltor ln Chlefj Baskttballl 2 4 Yc1r buok NIARCJARI T A FELEGI CIHIIIIIL rrml u, always on her toes rtgular Xkasaltns daneer happy 5,0 lutky Stop traekmp, Il tum' neat frxendlt t lractut attnt III more ways than om x H1 Y It e Club 3 4 Stk Room l ant 7 3 Chorus B Page sixty four Bl TTY l FISHF R C umm: rt :al Gigbling girl sociable vyell mannered excellent typ ist bookkeeper too unsel s considerate of eyeryone true F H A girl student companion A 1 3 1 res M Lines Sta 4 Yearbook PRISCILLA C RAY Lonnm rua! Rusty has tnyiablc red air neyer seen without Howie can hardly be called trouthy efficient representa tive good typist Tri Hx Y I Leaders Club 2 3 4 Sick Room Attendant 2 3 Librarv Club Z 3 Chorus 3 4 Classmate Staff 2 ay ueen XX ILLIAN1 HAI l Y Aaatlt mn Busy busy if you can Find um worrits about studying, hard worker in school actny ities yearns for those College Co cds 'Vhss Folk s right hand man Y 3 C rus 2 Library Club 4 Mt Lines Staff 4 QAssoc Ed Q Yearbook KFNNETH HEINLY Commrn ml Kenny quiet assuming, always teasing the girs full of big ideas abhors noisy females helpful cooperatne full of ambition . . . has an interest in Delano Pa .... concerned with P.O.D. classes-wants to be a good citizen. ANDRFV CAN l RICK lmluiluul Arti Champion billiard playtr companion of Black Petr. alms Alfred J3SklEl'Skl dcptndablt friendly airmindtd has a yariety of nicknames always smiling likes to ta e walks during school hours Football 2 3 Science Club 4 VIRGINIA GRI l Nl Camml rt ml Crecnie champion baby sitter excellent dancer easily excited happy at 1ll times likes the works on hamburgers looks forward to an office position Suck Room Attendant l 5 4 Leaders Club2 3 4 Class mate Staff 2 Library Club l 2 4 Tri H1 Y Nil' TRO HALUPA Atudf mu Curtain goes up" enter Sonny' pzuama clad minus two front teeth begins to sing., sigh' strong silent type un to be with genius in disguise talks little-says much Y I Football l 3 letic Club 3 Science Club 4 BERINICE HIINKII Academft Sure Ill help ya is Hunks favorite expression eompetes with a French connoisseur of ood responds to thc call of the needy T i-Hi-Y 1 2 QPres.j' eada ers Club 5 4' Sick Room At- tendant 4- Library' Club 4' Classmate Staff 2- Yearbook' r. Class Play, Page sixty-five HAR Ol D HOLKING Armin mn Alys nys smlhng., takes great CL H1 115 lllf Ll0L,2.,lL ytndor at the football punts pnrls mttrest lnm mort than anythlng else nutr takes ll'llI1gS seriously espe tnalls Spanish Xthltuc Club 1 2 Basketball H NUXRH1 HRT SHKO Acatlemn The only semor lass who sur sntd four years of Iatm pxano keys hve at htr touch bursting, xurh tntrp,y as ttblll I Ban 'I rms 4 CSec J Dance Orch 4 T' l541lqrLasjl1braryCub3 Nlt Lanes Staff 4 Yearbook ALT RILD JASKIERSKI Imfuslnal Arls The famous hllarlous charac ter knovnn as Black Pete ltktd bxology so much he took xt for two years seems to hase formed a Sxamese pact vuth Andy Gaurnck would luke to trayel around the world m that old black jalopy of hxs IIONARD lxATII AS lmlutlrlal Arts Katlly shovstr room barn tone rough tough and ready football player Nlr Halls g.,1ft from heaven dxsapproxes of gurls wtarmg the modern short halrcuts would luke to con tmuv. with sports after complet mg, lnth school Y 1 4 Fottball 2 ROBFRT G HOWPR Atatlnrm The leader of our class rehable and ambitious emtd musxclan it l 4 Ban 1 C 4 cs 3 n 4 tree Club 3 4 State Band 2 Ch rus 2 4 Mt Ll Staff3 jr Class Play Yearbook MARY A HUTH Commercial Snappy captam of tht chttr leaders a ready smnlc for eyeryone musnc IS her spe cxalty frequently seen danc mg, at Wasaltls Cheerlcaderl 2 3 4 LCaptj Sxtlt Room Attendant 2 3 rn H Y 1 r Class Play Leaders Cu 2 3 4 Chorus2 3 FERNE M JUDD Home I umomu s Wanna be beautxful' Fuz mll help you after graduatnon comes second to Mr Belse dere nn baby sxttmg crack mg, a loud bubble during a silent assembly IS her cherished mem or IHA Clubl 2 3 4 Basket I 2 3 4 Suck Roo tentlant 4 Lxbrary Club 4 RUTH J KYHLIR Comrm rrml Happy go ucky gal no a worry m the world nntngu mg smnlc fashlon fanatic a steady at all dances travel and ste the world ns her 3I1lblIl0l"l Trl H1 Y l library Club l 2 3 4 Suck Room Attendant 1 Z F H Page stxty sw RATHI ll N KODlS Azaulrmlr Kathy fondest dcsurc us ro become a lab tcchnucuan promunent mauorette happy go luckx a popular blonde tlothts consuous FHA l Leaders Club 3 4 N orcttcl I 4 Sutk Room A cndant l " C orus 7 3 4 Lubrrury Club I 4 Yearbook STEPHFN KUPCHA A4 uulu nm Aggressuue mtmber of our strong, forward wall another Iunstcunnl mtlts the hearts of many :u female us untred ubly modest an ambutuous student Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Athletuc Club3 Scuencc Club 4 ANTHONY KUSTUN AVAGl Am aflrnuu Kuba our hard fughtunu, tatkle7W well knovun or hus tall tales a quuet one un Spanush Class lukes gurls and more gurls muscles galore wull be a member of 'Vlarunes otballl 3 4 Athletuc Club 3 4 Chorus 4 JIZAN LIVINGSTON Acaufvmuu Halls from jersey Shore loads of fun sunny dusposu tuon lughthearted typucal hugh school gurl she wull fol low the Healung Arts uHu Y l and I LTreasJ Chorus 2 3 4 ad Club 7 4 Ouee Pre Suek Room Attendant l 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Yearbook Al.lll RT IKOZAK lmfuulrlull Art: Abbsut au Royal reu,u ar hates homcvs ork maun pzustume us plaxung, tht punball mathum a braun un mat t ass one ot thu. ttvs quutt lndustrual Arts boss blushes .ut thu. subht ot .1 female H Yl 3 4 l'o0tb ll hLEANOR KURCHOCK Hmm I u Ulllilllll u Admurer of tow boy musue tolleetor of xaruous souutnurs therushts memory ot her hrst Hallovut cn dantt eoncotts the most palatable duslues uus eonfurmatuvt ytn tor work .1 a beautucuan FHA Club' 3 4 TruHuX Clubl HI Lk 'V KUZIO COIIINIL nlul Helen ptuutt and prttuu quutt dusposutuon dumplts are her trade mark socuable makung new ncquauntances comes easy passuon tor dancung, duslukes people who are out spok an asset to any ofhce FHA Club I ROY XX NILNGEL Commu n ml Becky ASLPS ace em ployee famous quote- Nlax I ask a questuonr ask to set hus pun up eollectuon a go getter smulcs for exerxont a shutterbug, extraordunaru Y 1 3 Camera C d 3 C " QPresJ Yearbook Page suxty seven Page szxty ezght DOROTHY NIII RINICKI C mmm rt ml Sem regularly at all our hugh seho l dances hates concerted pu ple loual personahty IL le ILI' Vkfl ljookklip e to e llbrar C u 1 liask wall I 2 I Trl IT eas 4 Mt Lin Staff 3 4 Suck Room Attendant 4 Yearbook IAINIH NIONTC OMFRY Hum: lronomn 3 lun lount, eonsxderatc of xeryone loual always vurh Norm pleasant retxrmg gcrsonahtt outspoken a real frlcnd to all vxho know her I Hn Y 1 4 I cs I :bran Club 1 2 I nes S aff 3 Sxek Room At rendant 4 XIARY ALICL NIORGAN Home Et uuomlcs She rty personahty plus she took Acad eourse Hrst 3 years plays the piano artns treally smart dresser ng, 1 hopes of being, a music teacher Tn H1 Y 1 fTreas J Leaders C ub 7 3 4 Qsecj Chorus 2 C eas 2 4 Clorus " 3 4 I xRUI NIOSI R Lam mt rt ml Pretty and pleasant friend the dreamer type talking, and gxggllng., thats La Rue detests gemng up for sehool ln the mormng ta ks eontxnually ln study hall Tn H1 Y I 2 Slek Room At ten ant I 2 3 4 Lnbrary C ub NIARDI LL MII I I R Hom! 1:4 UHOUIHI Nec any help' ask Xhller Ull those people who eraek gum a st1r guard of the XVolf laek Basketball Team noted tor her Blue NX altl Perfume r faxllrllk plfitlnll IH ffl Lf skatmg, sketball I I I 2 3 4 Sxek Room Atte ant 4 BRUCL NIORC AN At nfl lille An artist arehlteet and ath ete our ovsn Qornel Whlde uell hked makes a good shoumg at danees Pootballl 7 3 4 Basketb II Z 3 H1 Y 4 Athletic C 3 4 Classmatc Sta ss 'ay C rss Pres Chorus 3 4 Yearbook SAINIULL XX NIORCAN Com ml rt ml Good Sam could be eompared to a xnnehtx mxte Nlr Atkins I5 lost vuthout hun around vull own a clam of stores some day hkes to lend a helpmp, hand-especnally to the opposxte sex only 111 xle redhead H1 Y 1 Chorus PA I RILK NIURPIIY C umm: re ml at smxhng, ov mam Interest ns basketball pleasant personahtw grew sense of humor frxend ll'I need usnts Slums regularly popular wxth tht t,1r s me ambltlon IS to play o ha ketball s etball l 7 Iootball 4 XX IILIAN1 XIURPHX C nmmt rm Il Hu. N .1 mekname he dns :kts charming personality played baekheld and lme on the grxdxron to be a gob xs has ambltncn proud of IS crapbook H Y I Athletne Clu seball I 7 3 4 Footba Nl! Lines Staff 3 IOAN I NAHAS Cumnn ra ml A quxet easy gomg fun lox mg gal thanks sm hours day ls plenty of tnme for school prefers to spend her time rcadmg or trayelnng enyoys muslc her pleasmg person ll b an asset to er chosen career Trl H1 Y 1 MARTIN OLSFN Az mlvmn Nlarty wntty xkts dantmp, and females can alv. ays thunk of more mterestmg thmgs than work or school vtants to be one of Uncle Sam s soarnng auators happy landmg Niartv' Band 2 Chorus 2 DINLPI-IIINF I. PHILLIPS Comm: n ml Small but ambxtnous thinks dancing to Nhnarchlcks Orchestra ns wonderful can always laugh off troubles had yarled educational courses durmg four H S years plans to lne loye learn and en joy life A Club12 N ANCY MYKOLAYIXO A4 atlrnm Retncent C0!'l1lL.ll well lnked by eyeryone su plements extra pocket money by vyorkmg at the Benefit Pool sports and dancmg fill her ndle moments Tn H1 Y 1 3 4 Suck Room Attendant 2 4 FHA 7 Cho s 5 4 Vt Lmes Staff 4 Lnbrary Club 4 DOROTHY Oll KSICK C ommz n ml D y tall dark and talka uye bubblmg oxer with con ycrsatnon dynamnc smgxng voxce though gay and eare free she detests teasing as chosen Opera for her career orus 2 4 fTreas uartet 4 Trl H1 Y 1 4 Oper etta 4 JOSFTH PTRI IRA C'n1nm4n ml A charter member of the Cvumea Hull Gang one of the few fellows not enamoured by gxrls-oops' just heard he lost thts dlstmctlon llked for hrs dry humor and straxght forward ness Y I QSecj 2 C Z 4 Yearbook LSports Edj ANNA 'HAIL POQIAKILNIS Comm: n ml Neyer forgets her friendly Hn There to anyone you mnssed that joke? ask Anna Nlae she knows them all erccellcn dancer movne my sternes cap tnate her to be rn the lnme lxght as a mademoxselle of fasluon IS her atm Tr1HxY I Leaders Club r-yr-n Page szxty nmc L. Page seventy ARIINI Nl PULASKI IOAN I' RUBRIC HT K umm: rr ral Ar arlrmn Pun losrnr, and carefree enjoys many frrtndshrps avr lorer of books-especrally mur der mssterres because of her vsrtty remarks she creates a not rn the classroom keeps people happy enthusrastrc morre g,cer Trr Hr Y I THOMAS QCHAEPFLR Com mr rrral Schaef handsome and well manmred sharp dresser gets along well vrrth everyone though a speedy fullback hrs far orrte sports are huntrng flsh rngr, and trapprng recently -rppornted manager of the Vrc Athletrc Clubl 2 3 4 Foot 1 Comm: rrml Nrna asprres to become a profrcrent typrst musrcally talented but hates to practrce yolly and mrschrerous co lects thrng,s drslrkes ep,otrstr tal people rHrY l 3 4 Cho 3 4 Band 2 lrbrary Cu 2 Dance Band Solorst Operetta 4 JF AIN SOCKF R Ar arlrmlf An excellent student cheerful and frrendly enjoys dancrng lealous football fan ranks vrrth the senror honor students certarn to succeed rn the Held of nursrng r Hr Y l Yearbook A leader rn school actrvrtres Charmrng personalrty valuable asset to the class of 1950 Srck Room Attendant I 2 4 Class Vrce Pres l 2 Trl Hr Y 1Pres Lrbrary Club l S rtsl Drst Chorus 2 3 Class Play Chorus2 3 415ec Yearbook Hlzlul N SLMANCHIK Commercial A yrracrous and rndustrrous blonde recerwed the basket seat treatment from Mr Wagner durrng Freshman year plans to enter the secretarral field Leaders Club 2 3 4 QTreas J Mt Lrnes Staff 3 4 Trr Hr Y l Lrbrary Club I Yearbook Commerrlal Unlrke most grrls Dorrs quret a farthful football fan serrous about school actn rtres enjoys musrc and danc rn lrstenrng to the latest hrt tunes rs her farorrte pzrstrme Il'llYl 2 3 4 Mt Ll Staff 4 Yearbook SAMUEL SPFIDFL At adernlr Teutonrc appearance actrse Hr Y member rnterested rn all sports deepest sympathy grrls he s taken Ruth s rn terests are Sams lr es rn a world all hrs own metrculous rn hrs attrre Y e CTreasj Chorus 3 4 Basket ball 2 Football 3 .E ir . 1. 9 A W " 1 .mr ,2, ' 'n H 3, 4: Leader Club 2, 3, 4 ' ' ' QP : ' . , :Jr- Y ,': , . - -D: 14352 I A 7 I I l r,s1r,z,4. ' l ' A NELDA B. SHADLE DORIS SHUEY . - . . . , . is 1 l Tr'- '- , 2, , , 9 rus Trl '- , , , 5 . 'nes y 2. . 1 1 f ' lb : " . I. : ' 4: . , , ' ' ' ' l. 'v' ' l 1 Trl A- , 2 CSec.J, 3, 4g ' ' ' V . Hi- 1,2 CSc.J,3,4 DONALD STRAUB X IRQ INIA SLB XCH A411111 mn Dutk outstandmg., ltit en whu ln Spanrsh glass look at those bxg brown cus another Daniel Boom has ll un for a CLI'f3ll"l Sopho mon. p.,1rl the ttcl n as mmm' tourteous seruce statxon attendant At 1 ttlc Club 1 '4 4 res otball Chorusi 4 W ILBUR SW ADI Auuff mu Wrb pet ptue ns bum, ealltd Svuaclu. dtadlx duo Stexe and Wrb tue joker occupatxon soda jerk magnetic personalnty ace camera man super salesman sharp dresstr wrll always retall teathlng, Spamsh class Basketball 2 Sclenee Club 4 NIARY TONIKO Com nlertidl Sweet and shy smetrn. and earnest ardent sports fan ambltxous ent s as a plamst atuse eommtrenal student punctual with tlass work blxthe and pay among, her numerous friends rl-ll Y I 4 Q e Nlt Lmts Staff 3 4 Ytarbook QBu5mess 'Nlgr J JOHN UHRIN1 C omrm rflal johnnx pretlrs trappmg., to homework hrs favorites are gurls and goodnes ml al ways remember hrs sxsnt to the Wlme House to see Prtsrdent Truman distributes the Re publxcan excry exemng quxct but not bashful HYIZ C omrm HILII Ds namxt nmgorutt laugh ang, gurl att g.,um thus er dancing enthusnast sull bt an adtlltron to any olhtn Slek Room Atttndant l 4 . .1 ortrtc l 4 Lnbr Clu l N lnms Staff Chorus 7 1 4 Baskttball 4 ltacers Club 3 4 Ytar ook IRW IN THOMAS Aralla mu Y Lrsatxle sutnct enthusiast musnuan ettraordxnarx halls from Km3.,ston tu bram dettrmmtd tc sur. eted H Y 1 Ca nera Club l an 1 CX1ce Pres fpresj Class Trcas 1 r Class a Chorus 7 3 4 Scxtntn Club 3 4 Dance Orthcstra 1 4 Ytarbuok Operttta 4 STEPHI N TYN IO Az mln mu Stcxe Xlrss Fennelly prldt and joy apparentls a woman hater pool shark three letter man mtmbtr of tht Guinea I-lull hang wx make. a competent eoaeh Hn Y Club 1 Football l 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Athlttxc Club 3 Baseball Z 4 Sutncn Club 4 VARY JANF VAGNFR Comrm nml an: rtserud alvxaxs cheerful and tooperatlvt traordmary basketball player all sports enthusiast stamp cclltttor noted for htr str:ug,ht hanr nn a family of curly tops tull of fun and mxschlef TlH1Yl 2 3 4 Basktt all Page seventy one CLAUDI W HI RY Lomnzzrzml Wher one of the SIX foot fellas competmon for Pepe Le Moco and Z1pper W1lson joual esen when perturbed excels 1n huntmg f1sh1ng trap pmg femmes fall to ent1ee 11m physlque of an athlete Y 1 KATHLI FN WONN A1 atlrmu Kathy tall and atzrac tue vull be remembered for her role 1n r Class Play as all necessary qual1ficat1ons for the nursmg profess1on 1 H1 Y l 4 1 Room Attendant 4 Basketball 4 Llbrar Cub 4 Class Play SHIRLFY YARNELL Commrrrml The 1deal commerc1al student musncally talented has a sweet and charmmg d1spos1t1on dependable fun to be vs 1th makes amusmp, observa t1ons vull follow a seeretarlal career fl H Y 1 nd 2 Chorus 4 Mt Lmes Staff 4 Yearbook Class Colors Purple and Gold Class Motto- Conquermg and St1ll to Conquer DORISJANI' WILLIAMS Hom: 1:1 onomzrt Dee a most talkatne gal d1d you ever hear the French horn7 thats her spee1alty labored vuthout adxancmg 1n our magazme drne htr pet aversmns are Be Bop and cowboy l"I"lU9lC L1braryClubl 2 4 Chorus fl H1 Y n l 2 DONALD W OOD Commf rnal Daff an easy pomg fel ow congemal promment football player class art1st seldom seen wxthout HlCk fMurphyj to become a good husband IS h1s goal Footballl 2 4 Athlet1e Club 2 3 4 QStev1 ardj Base 3 4 Basketball 2 H1 Y 4 FUGENIA ZIGABYLO Home F1 OIIOWIIFS Ziggy leads 1n latest dance steps cracknng, bum 1s her trademark colltets sou xemrs Qmenus aspnres to be a d1et1t1an Cheerleader l 2 3 4 Leaders u 2 3 C us S1ck Room Attendant 2 4 Bas k alll 2 3 4 Jr Class Play L1brary Club 4 Page seventy two rv'N .J ff THE CLASS OF i950 extends sincere 'rlficinks To our PARENTS, TEACHERS cmd FRIENDS for their unselflsh guidance ond scicrifices ll Ulll lllllHUE Hllll lllllllll ll 1 k K 4 O L IL L 'Q an mg Xmuztsux xxlun Tm Q l xnxx X x pill L n N LIIIIL 1 I N lNNl ff fl Xl.1x uf :llc C r'msm.1llk umuuulmtullll Ll.llll l1CL'L'NNl.1lL' Llxu Llv ln' xlL'.ll' tlumlxmg .xml xlmlcx Ll lll4lAQITlCI'll if yuu .irc In m.1lxu ll1m1'l1111u.1Llug NL-lull ns. XY". rl ' Cllms of WSU. mg' vnu to gu11slllcr Llmc full W' K .- l'-Ai " ' ' I. 'cl xx'1Ll1 llw nccnl of making .1 Llccuxinn. Yum' p.1t1'm1.1gc will lu' gruatly .1pp1'cgi.1lcLl lu' lllcw lAl'lL'l1klN of tllc lllill MUUX l .-XINI l li .lml xml lill Nll f'l'C.ll A KLIICIICNN lu' u fl lu ll' KIALINI in mum .ml xxmnuu lxlm lmxc kllSPl,lfL'kl tlmir llmlm im Ll , llw futurc ' ' 'nm lu xxlxmj' tlm ,l11IlLI.ll P4 lull-. ljllillllllt um' .mlm-z'liwr'N. 1'4 Jw :f fu 11,41-1-II!" lie-Nt x11xI1es fm S111 ww to tl I IIM IxVII I L HIC H Sf IIOUI If LI 11Iu IEEE cf SCHUYLKILL COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE H1111IcI XI 11 eh I Iilg, 1 111111 ll 11II111 U x Il lung hud 1111111 Ifmn 111 II1111I1I hu 1 I h111m.f111 X 1 I I1111m 111 I I1 111111 I REPUBLICANS VOTE REPUBLICAN 4' 'Q 'q 1 11-1 z Q 1 4' ji v V v J A41 2 A1 w X J 2' 'zkius 'z"' MI I 1 ,QIIJ '1'g'f11s , fic- ' 2" z as .I. ICVZIIIS - Asst. ' Q" 'Ill I I'I1111'I11s SIl'2l ghn S11c1'et,z11'y Ioh C. I 1 I Iuw , I , 'I'1'v:1s 11's 1' V V V I, FAI,l'I'II'I'I3I,II'.-XNC'OBI1XII'l"I'I'IIi .Inn fs IIz1h11 T91 ' 1' 2 ' If . , XS -Im ls IIz11'l'is 1 ' ' gex best mshee to the Claes of 1990 Schonroudln s Pharmacy Pmckx 111e Chusl 1 Ph mouth J A SEITZINGER Day and Nlght Tovslng Se1v1ce Iedeml Motol Tlucke Phone FI"1CkX1119 666 BASTIAN BROTHERS ROCHFSTER NENV XORK Claes Jewelry Name Cazds Commencement Announcemento PAUL L WAGNER Dlstrlct Manager Box Tamaqua Plfu H1016 Llxe LOIIQQI SHENK AND TITTLE Ex C1 ythlng fo1 qIJO1t 31 3 'NI xrket Stlf-361 HARRISBURG ATKINS STORES COMPANY 552 to ST OO Store SCHUX LKII I HAT FN CONIPLITIENTS CIRCLE SYSTEM Athletic Equipment Recondltloners ILASTON J k - : 2 f. f ' . r : : E E ab , ' ' ' i 97 . , Q E M E E Q 1 A c . . 5 5 .. y : : Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll : : lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ........................... ................................ A . . v 0 . , , 5 E . V ., E E : I ' , .. . . : , L 3 E FRACKVILLE 5 5 , , v I E E E 1 J 4. , , . c 5 5 Ill!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllll 5 : nuns:nuunulInnlnnnnmnnunuunanuunmoannunnunsumnunmmnuu :nuImmunnuummmmnlnmm 5 g . . V E E ' Ak 1 E : l ' V r 1 E E . E E llllll lllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllll : : Page se t LEISL S HOTEL FRACKVII IE STOCKING SHOP Prop Helen Bakdlal Succeesor to Flora Bowel SALDUKAS J EWELRY STORE Glfts Jewelry Applldncee Admlral TBIGXISIOH Best wlshes to the Class of 1950 lllers Servue Statlon HARRY LEHRMAN HATS SHOES FURNISHINGS Flackvllles Moet Populal P1lCt.Cl StO18 Phone 1298 VI LTOR SMITH Furnlture 7 S I ehlgh Avenue FRACKVILLE MEYER S I ADIES APPAREI SD9Cldl171l12, 111 Junlor and Teen Age Fashlone Success and Best Wlehes to the gladuatlng class of 1 3.50 SWADE'S RESTAURANT 48 S Lehlgrh Axenue I1IlClxX1llL I age seventy mght S M EVANS Tw pux 1 1te1 Sold Rented and Repdn Ld P none 348 401 I NOINNLLIIII St Pottsvllle LOTLFR S MI' AT MARKET FRACKVILLE Best WISHQS MUSH S CAFE IOHN DOMAI AKES INSURANCF W Pulldmg F1'dCkV1ll8 Congratulatlone SQDIOFS Bushkles Centlal Bar 13 S Iehlgh Avenue Flackvllle Best W1sh0s to Hou of 0 FRACKVII LE FDWARD J BURKE FUNII' RAL DIRPCTOR 217 South Lehlgfh Avenue Phone Frackvllle 226 NICI' S FUNERAL HOME I RACKVILI E 1nnnnunnunnumnunmumnmmnmmu unummmmnnImumnnmnnumumuml 5 I E Q . . E E E 1 , 1 .' ,S - - E 5 5 - , 5 4 1 : : 1 - . - , . . 1 : 5 - '-w . .- - lunun:nu:nunnulnnmnmnmnuulnnuuunnvunlulnl ' -nnnlnnnmnnlunuunulmulnnnunnulnunununanunlnnmnununl - llInunuuunIunnunnnnunnnInunnnnnunununmnnmnunnun - nunnnnnn1nunnnmumlunummumm:unnmnuumuununmmv E E E W 9 1 : : 5 J ,A : . 1 1 E E E E E ,1 . 1 1 1 : - : I . : : : llInnunnnnun:Inulnlnuumlun:nunmlmnuuunnunn ' 1 nnnulmlulununnuununluuluuunu uIIInumnnunmnnnuuununnnnunnunmmnumunnmummnn nunnununmnummnmnmun E E E ' 5 - - ' - ' - E E I E ' 1' f' E E : K : : - nmunannnnInannnn1nnnnnumnunmnmmnumnnnn ' ' unnnuunnnummmnnmnnmununnmnnmnnmunu unmumunununnunuunnnnmmmnmmmu Y muunnuunnnnnununnnumuunnunnnumnmmnnnnunuuu 5 1 ' 1 1 E E E . I . : : , J E I' 1 1 1 E E . f 1 K : , : : : J 5 . . . : E . 9 : , . . 1 : M ' L ' : E Lil J ' ' 1mnnnnnnun:unnnnuunmmnuumn:Immunnnunnnnun ' 'nunnnunnnlnnunnnnulu1ulllIunannulunmunnulnunmunnuns nnnnI1unnnnnnuuunuInnununnununnanummnnnnumn unmmmnnunummmnunuummmnuunumunununnnunnmn E E E . ' ' g : : I . I E ' - E E ' 7 1 E .. - v. 1 .- , . 5 5 E 1 E 5 ' 1 . ' : : : 1 . 4 ' InnInnmnuunuunnumnununnnnnnnun ' '1IIn11umm-I1-nlnnInmmnIImn11IInn11I-1mulmmummnmmum W ununnnumunnnunummnnnuumuumnnunmnn nuunnuuuununnmnnumln:ummmnmmunumnnnnnnmmuuuuu 5 1 E A A : E E I 1 ' . I E E Y 1 9 E : I 5 E . .A 5 5 : 5 E 1 . : :nnnnnlnuunnlununnnlmmumnlu ' ' nun1lnnmInInumInnm:nunInnInnlunnmuunmuluumuuumnn nunnuunumunmnunInnumuuuummnnm ummm:nnmumunnnnununnnuannnannnumunnumununmn E I E E I 5 : : J . 5 , 5 E 1 1 : J A : E I J . 5 ' , f - H 5 5 E ' :E . . ' 1 : . : : : nunlnunnlnnnnnnulnunnnnmnunnunnumuuununnnunuunu ' : uumnnuan:munnnuuumnnnmlnunmuuunnn annunnnnunnuunnnnnnunmnnannunuuuunnununuum - I num:munnnnnnnnunmnuunnnununnnuunmnn:nunmmnumnnn E I l . . . E 5 1, X E 1 1 4 :A f E E J E E E E I . E : 1 E 1 ' 1 , 1 -2 , 1 , E 5 - nlnunmnunnununnnnnnunun ullnnnnunnlunuunnn ' ' unulnnulunuuunnnnmnuml I . Best uwhee to the J Claw Of 1910 WILLIAM .I DOUGHERTY MD FONII I INII' NTQ H Brokhoff Inc NI1lI Dau x P1 ocIuCtQ Ice C1 eam Telephone Iott xllle Q04 SI'lf,ll1INI0lh Z 1601 Cowm INIFNTQ CHAS D KAIER BREWING CO B1eu 91 Q 3691 P01t9l Phone Phone Mqhfmox Cm Best vushee to the COIUDI ltul itl0H QQUIOI CIISS Of 1900 LIPKIN S MARKET GEORGE BURCHILL FRACKVILLE LUMBER CO Plox ed by the Paet ITTIIJIOX ed f01 the futule FRAf KW II I F IJ fjll . E E , 1 v 5 1 . A . 1. . . Q E 5 v 5 : . . E , 5 : 2 - - 1 5 I - r' E 5 I E 1 ' I : 1 - . . - 5 I , . : : A X ' I ' v . : 5 - I ' ' E 5 . , ,- 5 5 1 3 s ' 3' 2 E . 4 E I I 2 c ' ---I-............L 5................... .......... H...-....H.................... ...H..........H.................................... v , . A . A L . . . . v . . I . . . V 34 30 l Y I v 1 l I u ,,,,,.,,,.,.. ...................-................................ ..........................................-.......... ..........-....-.-J.I.-.-U............................................. ........... , f'z z S K 's . , - 5 - . . E 5 5 . . Y 5 E I c . : 5 9 - I . v , E5 E : 3 ' : I . v . . 55 . , , E E , 4 A 4 E E nnnuuuunnumunmnuuumu 7 ' ununuunnunnunnnunIn1anunnunanunnnmunununmum 'au' sv COMPI IMBNITS OF STEOMAIER BREWING COMPANY Wllke Bfule Pennfl STEGMAIERS GOLD METAL BEER C 81 A KIRELAWICH DISTRIBUTOR 212 Spllllg Street I' ack llle Penm T r S- 4 1 I , I . Brewers cmd Bottlers of I . . , 'I' ' 'V' , I ' . VIILHAEL LAHUTSKY PHOTOGR -XPHER Phor e 3 -'IJ 11.3 'Nl Rallload -Xvenue FRACKVILLE Standard Pennant Company 1 l Chenxlle -Xxwa S eater and Jacket Blg., Rul Iefftl on County CONGRATULATIOINS LINDY S SERVICE STATION COllgl3tUl3t10I1 Claw of 1930 The Treasure Shop -X Trex ule Isle of Glft fo1 Even Occa lon Penn ylvanm 30 N Lehlgh Avenue Frack 1 e Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1950 COLUMBIA BREWING COMPANY SHENANDOAH CONGRATULATIONS Frackvllle Shops Company FRACKVILLE BOWES GARAGF Your FIISDCIIX Ford Dealer ROBERT FILER 43 South Lehlgh Avenue FRACKVILLIL VIACK S STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY 111 N Centre Street POTTSVILLE Page czghty one IIlllllIllllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllIllllllllllllIlllllllllllllll - IllIllIllllllllllllIllIllIllIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - ' 5 Y L E 5 E lf I 5 E E E c ' - 2 E I I . . 5 : 1 E , , : : llllllIIlllIIllIIllIllIIllllIllIllIlllllllIIIIlllllllIIlIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll : : llllllIllIlllllllllIIIIllIlllllIIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill : .........................-.............................-............................. A ..........-.-...........................nn.................................... Y E E ' ' S , . . . T E Felt 2111 ' , " rds 2 Q 2 w 's ' s Q E . z s ' ' S Q ' r 1, . 2 's ' E E - ' " S' 5 S '. E E ' .'. ' 1 v'll E ......................................... H... ..... ' .l......nm.............mn........................-H.. .N...............-................' --......... .... ........................................ ..... ............... Z . - E IllIIlIllIIlIIlllIlIIllllllllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll E Inun:ununuuunnnmlmlnuuumnnunumunnmuunnn . - 1unnunmnnnunnuunun:uluunlmnulnnunnmunn . : 5 5 . 3 : : E E , 1 5 lllllIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllll - : lllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll : nnnuumnunuunnuuuuumnlnnunlnunn L - Iuumnuunnnnuuunnnlunnluunununnnnnuunnn - E 5 , 9 5 E : L 5 J E E 5 - E E , Y , 5 - ' ' : : 1 . 5 um :mums mnnuunnu uununnnnun - : umnnnluunlnunnlmumununnmmm E C'onq1atu1at1one to the Clase of 1990 X1 1th Best Vh1ShLS of the Potfsvllle Repo bl lcon FOMP1 IMENTS Crystal Pepsl Colo Bottling Co Whx T lke Tees When 16911515 Beet Phonc Mount Q xrmel Mo1e Bounce to the Ounce Frclckvllle Mfg Co LAST OAK SI' Pay mms A n1ce place IH xxh1ch to wo1k I aye mghty two Ford School Of Busmess S llttlll ll Accounting md flY1l 51,1 xpclt nc ID great dcmmd X u n t spccldlly tlfunecl t qu 111 x uc pon lhlc po 1 lon The 'um of thc F01 cl School 1 to DlLpdl9 xounc pcople tholouchlv fol succc ful u e ca1cc1 Villtc OI phonc fol full lllfflllliltlllll S fLl1tll Pott xlllc Tclcphonc 1818 CONIPI llNII:,'NITQ Gllberfon Cool Com po ny beet vushes to the Class of 1900 Frockvllle Service cmd Equipment Corp FRACKVILLE - ' .............-.........-.-. .................-.-.- .. ' Y 5 5 J : : 1- I I . . " is Sv"-z"2, " 'fi I-'vice L. Q v : : . , 4 :5 cz' vsz' P' 'z . o me Q 5 hc' .' U' '. o 2 ff for S h 5 E res s st S. " V' , 1 E E . . I L' K AL E E ' C , . L', S ., , . 5 5 V ,- 1 - f - , ,S Q 2 ln sin ss 'H's. E 1 .- . 1 . - . - 5 5 'f 1 ' . . Q E V 55 223 . - HSL. s' - 5 5 . 1 , : : llll ........................-................... , - . Q 5 : E ' f T E E X 1 1 u . E E 7 2 ' J c " E E ' " : I , Ch. Q E K k : 5 Y E E ,K . - 630 ' 1 j llIllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll - : gi J i ,' . - . Q E . . E E ' . 7 F ' I I 2 5 . . c . : : . : : E E I E E - I 7 1 : E CONIPLINIENTS Yarowskys Shoe Store J Z APPLIANCE Y Ru Flttmgr P4 Nolth Izhxgh -Xxumur PR-XCkX II LI- MILES FLOWERS F1 1ckw1lle S unt Cl 111 9 0 IN Iehlgh Axenue FR-XC IUKII I E BANEX K HERW ICK BI' ST IN II-XRDYX ARI uk ind ILl"ll2.l1 Au. DLIINLI Phone 'JJ KEMMERER PAPER COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS UF Standard Ploducts of Ameucas Folemost Manufacturers lepresentlng the entue lange of qLlcll1l219S fo1 evely lequlrement of the modem schoohoom Blackboard ACCQSSOFIQS Flage Cornposltlon Books Inks Constructlon P xper Note Books Drawlng, P lper P iste Dunklng Cupb Lead PQHCIIS Erasers. NI lSt9 Baskets Pract1ce P xpers Rulers Sw eeplngb Compound T lblets Tollet P zpels Paper Tow els We also car1y a complete l1ne of Mllton Bladlev Companv s KINDERGARTEN AND PRIMAR3 SUPPLIES ALLENTOWN PENNSYLVANIA PRIIN TCRAFT Dlstmntlve Gladuatmon Pel onal Calde and Announcement PRINTCR-XFT C-XRD CO IN 142g E Flm St Sclanton Pa Congl 3tLlld.t1OHS SQHIOI s BOHARD'S Quahts Shop FRACKVILLE HI' LEN EVERETT MUSIC Studio P1dIlO and Volce CONIPI INIFNTS OF TED SWINBURN Fulnlture and Apphances Pagz ughfy three umn1unI1mmunmum1nnmmummnnuunnumun um11u1mun111n1unumn1nn:muununumu1uumm111mumummmumn A - L 5 5 2 9 E E ' 5 A - 2-v rs E E 4 , 1 r v x E L A' . A, ' ., , 5 5 11 . 1 5 1 1 1 1 E E 1 1 1 1 E A ' 4 E 5 A 4 4 E n11nunn1mumn1nnumnn1ummnuunmumnnnu -v ' muunummnn1u111munuInumu1n1nummnmmnnmu ' 1mnn1111mm11u1nmnnnumnnunn1numnunnnuunm - umnnnummnmmum1mmnn1mm11n1munnnmnunnmm - E E ' Y E ' I Y I E : ' Y ' I E : 3 1 . . . I : . . . E 5 '.. .1 . ' 1 E 1. 1 1 . . . - , Pl. 1 .- f . -. - c c 1 c : - - I s 5 W 1 1 118 nnum:nmnnnmmumn nnnnmmnnnnunmmm ' 'mn1nmmuuuunnnumnnnu uuunmmmumn111mmmnmunuumu' 1nmmummnunum nmuunn lnmmmunnnun mmm mmm - 1 1' 9 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 E 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 5 u I 1 I 1 Q 4 I 1 ' 1 1 ' . 1 E L. 1 K c I - 1' ' 1 1 1 E 1 1 . I - 1 1 . , . 1 1 1 1 - , 1 2 ' . 1 K ' 7' , : ' " f 2 as 1 z .' .' z 1 1 y I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - n CT A I L I u u , I I I lr I I 1, 11 5 7 E 1 E 1num1n1nnmnnunmmmmunm mulnuunmmunuumnunn1mm1mnmmnmmmunum ' 1nmuuenmmnu1ummnnmmnmumu A 1nn1111nuuumm1nnumn11nnunan1mnnmnmunmnnmn u r Y E E 1 5 E E J 1 E E . . E 'S ' ' . S : : I E 1 1,- E 5 E A , . ., . L. : , . 1 . 2 5 - ' : . . ., , . : : : nnmn1anmn11nummm1nmmnunmmmnnmmunnn ' ' nnnnunn11nnmmuumnnmuumnmnu : unnnnunnnunumnnnumnnummnmummununnnn - unum1unum1:1umm1annnmnuunmmuuunu . 1 ' 1 ' 1. E E 1 1 E ' v ' E 5 A A A 4. I 1 5 5 1 ' . '1 1 E unmannnnnnnununnnuumnunnn Y Y nlluunnnunnunnnnnunnnmum:namnuunvnuumnun - 1 .' 1 A F LAURUSAVAGE Dealer m BLDG SUPPLIES WALLPAPER PLUMBING PAINT Phone 162R 104 N Lehlgh Ave COMPLIMENTS Paulmes Dress Shoppe 50 S Lehlgh Avenue FRACKVILLE Hoffmans Gas Statlon Car Washmg and Greasmg Accessoues of all klnds Phone 9765 We call for and dell er cars DR LEON H MILLER DR A A HELLER OPTOMETRISTS I hone 140 Pottsvllle COMPLIMENTS CLAWSON S Rellable Jewelers for 41 Years POTTSVILLE TUCHLER S DRESSES MILLINFRY COATS LINGLRIE SPORTSWEAR 19 N Centle St Pottsvllle Congratulatlons Senlors HARTENSTINE s BAKERY GORDON GRADWELL Insurance T G BESESPARIS PRINTING CO BEST WISHES FRALKVILLE BENEFIT POOL COMPLIMENTS HOROWIT7 Everythlng ln Luggage Leather and Travelmg Goods Shenandoah BEST WISHES W GRAND STORE POTTSVILLE COMPLIMENTS S S WEISS DEPT STORE POTTSVILLE Good Food Fountaln Servlce ALTAMONT DINER Route 122 Flackvllle St Cla11 Hlghway FOX S FURNITURE STORE WHITE SPOT MARKET Meats Grocerles Frozen Foods Cor Oak and Centre St Phone 179 ltllI'lBt R Illl I I I-l Il Page ezghty four - llllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll - llIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E ' E E ' ' allllllllllillIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll : : llllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - IIlllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllIIlllllllIllIlIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllll - V llllllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E 2 E ' : llIIIllIIIIIIIllllIlllllllIlIlIlllllllIlllllllllllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllll : : IlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll - lllllllIllIllIlllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - lllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E 1 ' S 5 - lllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - - lllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIlllllllllllllll - - IlllllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll : E E 0 O EllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE : IIllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - lllllllll IlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllll - - lllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIIlllllllIlllllllllllllllll : llllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll : E llllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll - ununlunnnlnlnlnunluuuununnunn - In:nunlununaunnunlluuulnnnmnnlnllnlnunnnulununlnu E 1' - 5 E :IllIIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll: : IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - lllllIIllIIllIllIllllIllllIlllllllllllllIllIllllllllIllIlIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll - - llllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllll E . . 5 5 I : IllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIll : : IlllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllIlllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlll -IllIllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E E E - - ' - L- : ll'llllIllllllllllllllllllllllllf E : mn Inmm:mnnInnnnnnmumnn If n' " K4 lj .M Q on'-- r ,, nl'-gg, 111' I


Suggestions in the Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) collection:

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 68

1950, pg 68

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 10

1950, pg 10

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 62

1950, pg 62

Frackville High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Frackville, PA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Page 33

1950, pg 33

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.