Franklin Regional High School - Quill Yearbook (Murrysville, PA)
- Class of 1952
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THE SENIOR CLASS
THE SHOWBOAT EDITION
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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
We, the Senior Class of 1952, dedicate this issue
of The Quill to Mr. Ray L. McCauley, a teacher
who has not only been our sponsor, but who has
been our friend as Well. He has given untiringly
of his time and energy to make our four years at
Franklin Township High School ones that we shall
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MR. LEE S. ELLSWORTH MR. IOHN A. SWACUS
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MRS. IENNIE STOTLER it
First row-Mr. Louis Fisher, Mr. Lawrence Miller, Mr. Daniel Whitehead. Second row-
Mr. Harold Hughes, Mr, Leo Simmons. Not in picture-Mr. William Rose.
MISS KATHERINE RUFFNER
-"No one gave permission to
talk." Home Ec. Noted for
MRS. EVELYN STEPHAN-
"Oh, you people." Physical
Education. Noted for her
MISS IOAN YOUNG-l'Do you
have an excuse?" Spanish.
Noted for her sweet person-
MR. HUGH GILMOUR-"That
will be enough of that!" Eng-
lish. Noted for his swift walk.
MR. DONALD CHRISTIAN-
"You havin' fun???" Chem-
istry, Algebra. Noted lor his
MR. ROBERT CIESLIK-"Is he
bothering you?" English and
History. Noted for his beauti-
ful blue eyes.
MRS. LOIS JOHNSON-"Now
. . Commericial. Noted ior
her big brown eyes.
MRS. CORNELIA SPIEGEL-
'lit the shoe fits, put it on."
Mathematics. Noled tor her
MISS RUTH KRYSIK-"ln other
words," Commercial. Noted
tor her dimples and pretty
MR IAMES KELLY - "A1- MR. ROBERT AMALONG-"I'm
right, let's get quiet." Physi-
cal Education. Noted lor his
convertibles and sharp clothes,
not getting through to you."
History. Noted tor his ties.
MRS. ANNE GASPER-t'What
happened, Honey?" School
Nurse. Noted lor her hairdos.
MR. IOHN GEARHARD-"You
better get an excuse." Math-
ematics. Noted for his farming
MRS. EVELYN FERENCE-"I
can't hear the A1tos." Music.
Noted for her piano playing.
MR. IOSEPH BREVAK-"I don't
have time for such nonsense.
I have a class to teach."
Science. Noted for his wit.
MR. CARL VOLLBERG -
"Thats not right." Shop.
Noted for his baritone voice.
MR. RAYMOND MCCAULEY-
"X-'!?vuzzuvybbyb" tThis is
Russian?J English. Noted for
his willingness to give a help-
MR. EDWARD LONG-"Let's
cut out the talking." Commer-
cial. Noted for his pleasant
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We are proud to present the
students who have earned the
honor of being chosen as our
Senior leaders - Thomas Cain,
George Geiger, Iames Voithofer,
Eleanor Tomer, Sally Fagan,
and Marlene Towle.
These six people have served
our school Well and are found
to excel in scholarship, service,
leadership and character. They
have shown an unselfish devo-
tion to the best interests of our
President . ,... .. ,...,.,...,...,... Margaret Gebrosky
Vice President ....,.,.....................,......... Ioe Gruber
Secretary .,.......,.,. ...,...... C huck Kidney
Treasurer .. ,..,.,.,.. George Geiger
Sponsors ....,.,... Miss Ruffner
SE IUH CL SS HISTURY
On September 3, 1948, we, the "Class of l952,"
hesitantly undertook the duties bestowed upon
us as Freshmen. We readily entered into such
activities as Iunior Varsity Basketball, Iunior
High Cheerleading, The School Band, and the
Girls' Team. Then, too, each ot us participated
in the club of our choice. We enthusiastically
sponsored "Tea Dances" which added to our
steadily growing treasury. Our class president
that year was Helen Paulisick. All in all, we
had a very successful year which accounted for
our confidence as we advanced one more rung
in the ladder leading toward graduation.
Under the able leadership of our sophomore
president, Tom Cain, we continued to progress.
The outstanding events of the year were a skat-
ing party held at Rock Springs and our own
Easter dance. We were represented in the var-
sity by Torn Cain and Bernard Schlenke. The
girls' team boasted Margaret Gebrosky, Ioanne
Pyle, Sandra Watkins, and Barbara Holzshu.
Dena Restauri, Loretta Carfagna, and Maureen
McGarrity were chosen as cheerleaders.
To be sure, our Iunior year was one of sig-
nificance. We elected Bernard Schlenke to lead
the class, and at once we got down to business
with a highly successful bake sale. Next came
the minstrel which we all enjoyed with lack
Kelly as one of the endmen. Dolores Grudowski,
Eleanor Tomer, and Marlene Towle were chosen
for the National Honor Society. The traditional
Iunior prom was held at the Greensburg Country
Club with music by Bobby Dale and his or-
cliestra. Even more activities at this time in
cluded the school play, "For Pete's Sake," with
three Iuniors-Marilyn McElfresh, Mike Mastoro-
vich, and Iimrny Voithoter participating, and the
May Crowning with Eleanor Torner and Ellen
McCurdy representing the Iunior Class in the
May Court. We can't lorget the incomparable
job of our baseball team as they swept aside
all competition to gain the title of Western Penn-
sylvania Champions in the W.P.I.A.L. Tommy
Cain, Don Rivardo, Lawrence Stitfy, Tommy
Bebar, and Ioe Gruber were the lunior assets to
Now we are coming to the end of the trail.
As Seniors, we are potential graduates. With
Margaret Gebrosky as our competent president,
we started raising funds with a raffle and a
bake sale. Sally Fagan, Iimmy Voithofer, Mar-
lene Towle, Dolores Grudowski, and Ioe Gruber
participated in the Gay Nineties Production,
"Golden Hollyhocks." Next we held our Christ-
mas Dance with loe Menham and his ensemble.
Our activities are without end, for in the future
we still anticipate another play, our Senior Ban-
quet, May Day, and graduation. We can look
back on these past four years with pleasant
memories. They were four whole years of fun
and strife, and smiles and tears. Our sincere
thanks go to our principals, Mr. Ellsworth and
Mr. Swacus, our sponsors, Miss Ruffner and Mr.
McCauley, and the entire faculty for the knowl-
edge they've rendered and the patience they've
IOHNETTA ABEH-"Iohnnie"-One ot the effi-
cient student secretaries whose pet saying
is, "Where is that eraser?" Is fond of fish
and chips, anything gray, and Eddy Arnold
singing "Slowpoke." On Quill and Round-
Up Staffs. Seen during school with Edna,
after school riding her horse. Plans to travel
IACK ASPROS-"lack"-Greets you with "Hi
Buddy" and a slap on the back. His hobbies
are hunting and annoying Mrs. Iohnson in
Bookkeeping Class. He is crazy about ravioli
and the color red. He is sports' editor of the
Quill Staff. Where you see lack, you see
Ioe. He wants to become a machinist after
graduation, then get married.
ELIZABETH LOUISE BARRON- Betty Lou -
Always seen with Mac, Frenchie, and Shaw.
Past activities include Dramatic Club, Mixed
and Girls' Chorus, Round-Up, Quill Staff, and
Student Secretary. Will eat spaghetti and
mushrooms anytime. Generally heard say-
ing, "Can you imagine?" Likes "Sin" by
the Four Aces, skating, is a bop fiend, and
he: favorite color is lavender. Aspires to be-
come a millionaire.
THOMAS BEBAR-"Tom"-When you hear
someone say "Hey Duck" you know it's he.
Collecting match covers is his hobby. His
favorite dish is chicken and favorite color is
blue. He is on the school's baseball team.
His best friends are Iohn, Don, Lawrence,
Tom, and Henry. Plans to be an apprentice
to a brick layer.
GERALDINE BOHINC-"Jerry"-Girl with a
sweet personality whose favorite dish is
boys. Member of Mixed Chorus, Quill Staff,
and Round-Up. Could live in any color so
long as it's blue. Likes to dance and sew
in her spare time. Runs around with Helen,
Rita, and Shirley. Her favorite opening sen-
tence is "I could have died." Would like to
become a mad chemist.
WILLIAM BOVARD-"Bill"-Tall and Ouietl
His pastime is doing any kind ol mechanical
work. He likes any color as long as it's
blue and could eat steak three times a day.
Pals around with lack and George. Hopes to
become top-rate mechanic some day.
DEAN BRUNEKE- Dean -Often heard say-
ing, "Check that job." His hobby is girls, and
he is always seen wearing the latest fads.
Favorite color is blue, and he adores steak
smothered in mushrooms. Best friends are
Chuck, Iim, and Squeaks who make up the
"Sulpher Creek Rangers." Plans to join the
Navy after graduation.
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THOMAS CAIN-"Tom"-His hobbies are
sports of any kind and being with Barbara.
Doesn't have a specialty in food but claims
that he can eat "anything," Blue is his
favorite color. Pitcher of the baseball squad
and is on the basketball team. Best pal is
Don. Plans to go to college.
LORETTA CARFAGNA-"Pigme"-"Did I miss
anything?" Always with Margaret and Dena
Favorite color is red. Hobbies are hunting
fmenl and eating. She prefers hamburgers,
trench fries, and chocolate milkshakes. Has
taken part in minstrel, Mixed Chorus, Cheer-
leading, Kitchen Crew, and Phys. Ed. Club.
Plans to become a secretary to some hand-
SALLY FAGAN-"Hoppy"-Cute girl with an
iron clad digestive tract fEats anything that's
ediblel. Another of our engaged members.
Spends her spare time dancing and keep-
ing BilI's scrapbook. Usually with Norma,
Alene, Eleanor, and Margie. "Hi Boys!"
Loves green, Bill, "Sin", and Bill. In Girls'
and Mixed Chorus and in play cast. Plans
to become a nurse and to marry Bill in four
GLORIA GALETTI-"Galets"-Loves chicken
:md french fries and the song "Can't Help
Loving That Man of Mine". Was in Minstrel,
and is on Quill Staff, Round-Up Staff, and
Mixed Chorus. Usually heard saying "Oh,
crumb." Has a diamond on that certain
finger. Hobby is being with Copper.
Generally seen with Loretta, Shirley, Ellen,
and Dot. Wants to marry alter graduation
and have tour children.
MARGARET GEBROSKY Marg President
of class. Usually going somewhere in a
rush with Dena and Loretta. "Oh, my good-
ness!" Spends spare time visiting the mail-
box. Iust loves spaghetti and meatballs.
Member of basketball team, Mixed Chorus
Minstrel, Varsity Club, Student Council and
Kitchen Crew. Her ambition is to be a house-
GEORGE GEIGER-"Dink"-Likes tall, blonde
airls, steak, and the color blue. His ambition
is to be the only jitterbugging state trooper
in Pennsylvania. George and Iackson Q.
Kelley like Napoleon's Backtrack tBonaparte's
Retreat to you who are not hepl played only
bv Spike Iones. "Dink" was the manager
of our basketball team. He is always willing
to laugh at a ioke. but more willing to tell
JOSEPH GRUBER-"Ice"-His favorite saying
is, "l'm going to smear you." He is the "wit"
of the class and likes baseball and square
dances with plenty of girls. His special dishes
are spaghetti and girls. Blue is his favorite
color. Vice-president of class and Art editor
on the Quill Staff. ,He and Iack are in-
separable pals. His ambition is to become a
DOLORES ANNE GRUDOWSKI- Delo -Al-
ways seen with Edna and Marlene. Likes
any color so long as it's blue, hamburgers,
and vanilla milkshakes. lust loves to roller
skate, play the piano, and ride in Plymouth
station wagons. Is Features' editor of the
Roundup, on Quill Staff, Girls' and Mixed
Chorus. Made National Honor Society in
Iunior year. Hopes to become an English
and Spanish teacher.
RHODA LOUELLA HAUSER-"Tex"-Rides
"Rex" her horse during every spare moment.
Red is her favorite color. Loves all food in
general, spaghetti in particular. ls the cover
artist on Roundup, member of Ouill Staff and
Girls' Chorus. Usually seen with Betty Ann,
Rita, or Sench. Has one burning ambition-
to find a man. tBoys bewarell
RUSSELL HEIDER-"Rusty"-Nickname de-
rived from the color of his hair. He loves
to tinker with cars and likes anything that
is red. Likes to sit down to a big juicy steak.
Plays basketball. Best pals are Clarence and
Harold. He wants to become a big-time
ROBERT HILL- "Bob"-Tall and reserved.
Likes to play the saxophone and eat tried
ham. Blue is his favorite color. He plays
basketball and participates in Band and
Mixed Chorus. Usually seen with Ioe and
lack. Aspires to become a mechanic.
Ve., IAMES HIXENBAUGH - "lim" - Everywhere
you see Pauline, you'll see Iim too. ls crazy
about steak. Green is his favorite color.
Activities are Basketball, I. V., and Varsity.
Builds model airplanes in his spare time and
someday will be a fine pilot.
SOPHIA HOLODNIK-"Dot"-Has the honor
ot being one of the most talkative seniors.
Was in Minstrel, on Newspaper Stall, Mixed
Chorus, and Basketball Manager. Dark green
is tops on her color hit parade. Seen with
Shirley, Gloria, Loretta, and Ellen. Loves
chicken and apple pie, roller skating, and
dancing. "Merci Bo Co." Wants to become
BARBARA HOLZSHU-"Barb"-"What are
you doing?" Member of Round-Up Staff,
Basketball team, Student Council, Mixed
Chorus, Library Staff, and Varsity Club. Can
usually be found with Pinky, Bob, Bill, and
Sandy, ls fond of secifoods and cheeses.
Likes the color green and "The September
Song," Plans to go to college.
ALICE IONES-"Al"-Iust loves watching
television with Hugh. Member of Art Club,
Minstrel, Newspaper Staff, Mixed Chorus,
and Quill Staff. Along the food line she pre-
fers hot sausage and chocolate ice cream
Knot togetherl. Always seen with Dolores or
Hugh. "Forbidden Love" tops her hit parade.
Her main ambition is to make Hugh happy.
IACK KELLY-"Iackson"-"You know what I
mean," Usually seen driving a '38 souped-
up Plymouth and with him "Dink". Prefers
green, of course. Likes "Al," mechanical
work, "Al," photography, and "Al," Favorite
dishes are Chili and "Al", Basketball mana-
ger, '49 and '50. Minstrel, and Rag-Mop
Quartet. Would like to become a draftsman.
CHARLES KIDNEY-"Chuck"-"Now gaser."
A steady patron of Hall's Store. ls fond of
green. Could live on steak and love. His
favorite hobbies are women, women and
women. Great ambition to be a glump
DOLORES LAPCEVIC - "Dee" - "Oh! you
dirty dog." Runs around with Alice. Loves
pork chops with mashed potatoes and gravy.
Belongs to Art Club, Minstrel, Roundup Staff,
Mixed Chorus, and Quill Statt. Spends time
going to dances and shows. Likes the song
"Cry," Plans to become a secretary.
HAROLD LUCAS-"Luke"-"I-Ioly cow." Al-
ways palling around with Cy, Rusty, Bruce,
and Watson. Could eat steak and mashed
potatoes for every meal. Likes red. Gets a
thrill in driving his dad's car. Basketball.
Wants to be a draftsman.
WILLIAM MARTS-"Bill"-Usually seen tag-
ging along with Iack and George. Makes a
hobby ot working with wood. Likes green,
roast chicken, mashed potatoes, and peas
are his specialty, Mixed Chorus, stage crew.
Will someday be a fine pattern maker.
MICHAEL MASTOROVICH- Red - 'Pard-
ner." Likes to hunt deer fboth kindl, dance
the polka, and play football. Green is his
color. Can make a meal of steak, mashed
potatoes, gravy and apple pie a la mode.
Always seen with "Ig" and Dave. Minstrel,
Ir.-Sr. play, Mixed Chorus. Two ambitions
are to hunt moose in Canada, and be
Americas ambassador to Yugoslavia.
SAMUEL MASTOROVICH-"Sam"-Hold her
Nute, she'll roar." Favorite sports are hunt-
ing, basketball, and football. Drives a '39
Plymouth sometimes accompanied by "lg",
Dave, Bill, and Mike. Really goes for roast
chicken, mashed potatoes, and lemon merin-
gue pie. Basketball U. V. and Varsityl, Min-
strel. Wants to be a tool and dye maker for
MELVIN MAXWELL-"Mel"-Melvin came to
us from Shaler High School in his junior
year. It wasn't long before everyone was
calling him Mel. His hobby is playing foot-
ball, and his buddies are lack and Ioe. Alter
graduation he plans to go to Carnegie Tech
to study engineering. Oysters are his favorite
dish, but Ann is his main one. "Oh, I'd say,"
means Mel's here.
ELLEN MCCURDY-''Shortie"-Always with
Loretta, Gloria, Shirley, and Dot. Likes hot
sausage sandwiches, chocolate cake, and
dancing with Dick. Favorite song is "Iealous
Heart." Member of Mixed Chorus, and Dra-
matic Club. "Wait'll I see you." Green is
her favorite color, Will go to business school.
MARILYN MCELFRESH-l'Mac"-"lt's a matter
ot opinion." Blue is her favorite color. Likes
stuffed peppers, and "Sin" by the Four Aces.
Runs around with Betty Lou, Frenchie, and
Shaw. ls just nuts over Bop. Was in play
last year, Mixed Chorus, Student Secretary,
Round-Up Staff, and Quill Stait. Likes
horsebgck riding and roller skating. Wants
to sing with Louie Primcfs band.
IOHN NOVAK-"Iohnny"-Give it to Bebar.
When you see Tom B., Lawrence, Don H.,
and Tom C., you see Iohnny. Collecting
coins is one of his hobbies. Blue is his
favorite color. Could eat spaghetti and meat
balls for every meal. Wants to join the
:T 8, Coast Guard after graduation.
HELEN PAULISICK-"Hel"-Can be found
anytime with Geraldine and Betty Ann. Likes
green and yellow. Spends spare time skat-
ing and dancing. "You know, watcha ma-
baodlef' Her favorite dish is "Herky." Is in
Mixed Chorus, Round-Up Staff, and Quill
Statt. Plans to become cz second "Florence
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BRUCE PORTERFIELD-"Boo"-Pals around
with Rusty, Harold, and Swartz. Likes blue,
and roast chicken is one of his favorite dishes.
After graduation, would like to become an
IOANNE PYLE-"Frenchie"-Always heard
saying "Gee Dad," Loves blue Cadillac
convertibles. Hobbies are playing "Solitaire"
and eating spaghetti. Member oi Basketball
team, Varsity Club, and Quill Staff. Usually
seen with Betty Lou, Mac, and Eleanor. Plans
to write songs for Dean Martin.
LORETTA REBICH-"L"-Pet saying is "Oh,
for crying out loud." Mixed Chorus, Quill
Staff, Newspaper Staff, and Library Staff. Her
favorite dish is chicken and chocolate cake,
and likes any color, if it's blue. Being with
Mike is "l.'s" favorite pastime. Usually seen
paling around with Gloria, Ellen, and Dot.
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DENA RESTAURI-"Dee"-One of our cheer-
leaders, member of Mixed and Special Cho-
rus, Operetta, and Quill Staff. Red is her
favorite color. Pals with Margaret and
Loretta. Will be a secretary after graduation.
DON HIVARDO-"Duck"-Played both basket-
ball and baseball four years. On the basket-
ball squad he is a fine forward, and the
baseball team depends on Don's right arm
for pitching strike-outs. He has very black
hair, black eyes, and he is a very hand-
some boy. His favorite color is blue. His
pet saying is "Oh, I don't know."
DOHOTHY SENCHUR-"Dot"-Wears a Salts-
burg senior's class ring. Office is her second
home. ln Mixed Chorus, Roundup, and Quill
Staff. Seen mostly with Betty Ann or Rita.
Favorites are skating, dancing, swimming,
and talking. Would like to attend business
school after graduation.
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ELEANOR RUTH SHAW-"Pete"-Has no hob-
bies but could eat mashed potatoes or chili
con carne any time. Is usually seen at Hall's
with Frenchie, Betty Lou, and Mac. Loves red.
Was a Ir. High Cheerleader. Is now on the
Quill and Roundup Staffs, and Makeup com-
mittee of play.
BETTY ANN SMITH-"Freckles"-Loves green,
Don, spaghetti, and Don. Usually seen in
the halls with Don. Pastimes are Don and
getting into trouble. Activities are basket-
ball, Roundup and Quill Staffs. Don can
never get a word in when Rita and Sench
are near. Plans to become a secretary.
SHIRLEY SMITH - "Smitty" - Likes boys
tespecially from Penn Twp.J Spends her
time skating and dancing. Seen skipping
class with Dot and Sench. Likes blue, typ-
ing, and likes to stay after school. Will
probably work! Newspaper, basketball team,
and Mixed Chorus. "Holy Cow" is her com-
ment when in a tough situation.
WILLIAM STARN 1 Give Bill a big
plate of southern fried chicken and play him
a polka, and Bill will be a very happy boy.
His hobbies are raising rabbits and horsing
around in Mr. McCauley's class. lg and Sam
are Bill's fellow skaters Croller skatingl, and
join him in the belief-no girls. His future
plans are to own a small farm. His saying,
LAWRENCE STIFFY-"Larry"-ls the Senior
class's future Marine, but he may be there
sooner if Mr. McCauley can catch up with
him. Besides chasing blonds, Larry's hobbies
are basketball first and football second. From
basketball we get his favorite saying, "Give
it to Bebarf' Lawrence has a main dish,
Chili, and he likes it best when Mary serves
it. Baseball, basketball.
HENRY SWASKEY Herky Noted for his
pretty eyes and hair, His bashful ways and
quiet voice do not account for his pastime-
going to the office for skipping classes. Herky
likes the colors yellow and green. After
graduation, he plans to become an aviator.
His hobbies are hunting and fishing. Heard
saying "Geez." His favorite girl is Helen,
and favorite meat is steak.
DAVID THOMAS - "Fuzzy" - Noted for his
blond hair and blue eyes. Instead of "Hello"
it's "Hi Kid." Hobbies are cars and girls.
Blue is his favorite color, and he can eat
steak anytime. Seen sporting around in a
"flashy" two-tone Chevy filled with girls. Ig
and Norma are his best friends. His ambition
is to own his own New Car Garage.
ELEANOR TOMER- Tomer -Likes red con-
vertibles. Is Ouill Editor, score-keeper for
girl's team, Student Council, Mixed Chorus,
National Honor Society. Ususally seen kibitz-
ing around Franklin halls and always popping
up with "I Suppose." Pals with Norma and
Sally. Favorite dish is Pizza fthat's a dishl,
and goes wild over hillbilly music.
LILLIAN MARLENE TOWLE-"Paul"-Never
seen without Edna or Dolores. Likes red and
green. Will take french fries cmd shrimp
Ctails and alll anytime. National Honor
Society, Editor of Roundup, Quill Staff, Mixed
Chorus Girls' Chorus, the play, and County
Chorus are among her many activities. Makes
shell jewelry, is interested in textile paints,
and writes in spare time, but she also likes
to dance and skate.
WALTER URICK-"Ig"-This black-haired,
brown-eyed senior, is our shy cut-up. Ig,
the nickname is unexplainablep loves huge
dishes of spaghetti with hillbilly music play-
ing in the background. After school Walter
wants to own a sheep farm and raise
ducks. ???? Baseball is his favorite hobby,
deep blue is his favorite color, The only two
things lg doesn't like are dancing and school.
RITA VARGESKO-"Ritz"-Eats anything but
stuffed peppers. Pastimes are dancing, skat-
ing and shouting "Sam." Gets into mischief
with Dot, Helen and Betty Ann. Activities
are Quill, Mixed Chorus, and Newspaper.
Wants to marry a millionaire.
IAMES VOITHOFER Ilmmy Dancing
actor of the Senior class. His favorite saying
"Oh, you are a one." Iim likes fried chicken
and girls, Kpreferably pretty onesl. His main
ambition is to pass his drivers' test. Likes
any light shade of color, and his favorite
song is "Solitaire" His buddy is Sally.
Mixed Chorus, Band, Quill, Newspaper,
SANDRA WATKINS - "Sandy" - ls simply
wild about a senior at Colorado. Purple is
her favorite color. Usually with Barb. Eats
french fries dipped in chocolate ice cream
by the dishfuls. Noted for her piano playing.
Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Cheerleading,
Quill and Newspaper are the extras she has
taken part in.
DON WATSON-''Shorty"-Betty's boy friend.
Loves the color green fbecause Betty looks
good in it.l Favorite foods, fried potatoes
and stewed tomatoes. Played basketball dur-
ing his junior year, but his hobbies range
from swimming to football. "Hi Freckles" is
his greeting for Betty. Who can tell how he
greets Lucas, Heider and Porterfield? Don
likes to dance, only with his girl.
EDNA WEISTER - "Eddie" - Usually heard
saying "Gee Whiz." Loves trench fries, steak,
and chicken. Song, "Love1iest Night of the
Year." Green and gray are her favorite
colors. Has taken part in Mixed Chorus,
Girls Chorus, Quill Staff, Newspaper, and
Operetta a few years back. Usually seen
with lim. Marlene, Dolores, and Iohnetta.
Future plans are to get married.
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- HELEN PAULISICK
- ELEANOR SHAW
- ELEANOR TOMER
- SANDRA WATKINS
- BARBARA HOLZSHU
- - SALLY FAGAN
- - IOANNE PYLE
- BETTY LOU BARRON
- - WALTER URICK
- DON RIVARDO
- DAVID THOMAS
- - IACK KELLY
- DEAN BRUNECKE
- CHUCK KIDNEY
- IIM VOITHOFER
- GEORGE GEIGER
- - TOM CAIN
- IOE GRUBER
Senior Class Prnphec
Beverly Hills, California
May 26, 1962
I was sitting here listening to the radio when I heard an old song that
used to be popular when I was back in school. Gee, it makes you feel so
melancholy when you look back to the "good old days" and think about all
the kids and everything.
By the way, most of the old crowd turned out pretty well.
Waiting at the airport for my husband, Louie Prima, to return with his
orchestra from his tour, I saw those two world famous admirals, Charles
Kidney and Dean Brunecke, returning to their respective ships, the U. S. S.
Sarasota and the U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
Sally Fagan, Sophia Holodnik, and Helen Paulisick were just arriving
from their work abroad. Their sensational health clinic in Korea was finished
recentlyg and now that they have returned home, they will all receive the
world renowned Nobel Award for their exceptional work in the field of nurs-
ing. By the way, their airplane was piloted by Miss Dolores Lapcevic, who
has just set an endurance record with her non-stop flight from Murrysville
to Export. The stewardess was none other than Rhoda Hauser.
Oh my, I just looked out the window and saw the little white wagon
clanging down the street. Well, I knew it would happen sooner or later.
Iack Aspros and joe Gruber will soon be committed to the L. A. Mental
Institution where they will be under strict supervision of George Geiger,
head of the institution. Oh well, there are always an unfortunate few.
Getting back to my old classmates, many of them have become well-
known in the field of sports. Tom Cain, Sam Mastorovich, and Don Rivardo
have all been selected to play in the Olympics. Also in sports we hear that
Dolores Grudowski is once again coach of Notre Dame. This makes the fifth
consecutive year she has been with the team.
On T. V. tonight, they have booked for the main wrestling event, Marlene
Towle. The odds are all in her favor. Also, Bill "Mr. America" Marts, is to
wrestle against Argentina Rocco. Back in Pittsburgh, Loretta Carfagna has
taken over the Y. M. C. A., where Iim Hixenbaugh is the Physical Instructor.
More about T. V .... The critics are raving about Eleanor Tomer since
she made her debut on the "Howdy Dowdy Show" last week. She is really
causing a sensation as "Princess Summer Fall Winter Spring." And speaking
of the Indians, Melvin Maxwell, the last of the Mohicans, has returned to his
long lost tribe to becom-e their beloved chief. Movie stars have been per-
mitted to star on T. V. shows, and next Wednesday a long-awaited four-
hour show is to be presented to the public. Some of the acts will be: Louie
Prima and his orchestra with his featured vocalist and song stylist, Marilyn
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the Talcum, You're the Man for Me"g Gloriaggaletti, Ifbretta Rebich, and
Shirley Smith, better known as, fffhe' Three Twinkle Toes", famous dance
trio, Dena Restauri, "The Butterfly of Ballet," and the Metropolitan's latest
find, Geraldine Bohinc, will be starred with Iames Voithofer and Mike Mas-
torovich, winners of the 1960 Oscars.
Sandra Watkins, noted concert pianist, Eleanor Shaw, author of the best
seller, "A Tree Grows in Murrysville," and Barbara I-Iolzshu, whose latest
paintings have been hung among the world's most precious collections will
be among those of the other famous celebrities. The costumes for the show
will all be made by Ellen McCurdy, who has taken over the Singer Sewing
Machine Co. This benefit show is being sponsored so generously by those
two socialites Mrs. Rita Vargesko Rockerfeller, and Mrs. Dorothy Sencher
In the field of medicine, Dr. Harold Lucas in collaboration with Dr. john
Novak have finally brought into the world the cure for the dreaded cancer.
They will go down in history as quacks.
Thomas Bebar is beginning to lay the foundation for his new modern
clinic. The Stiify Construction Company will complete the job.
The new Weister-Hill Bus Company has opened its new station in Mur-
rysville where it will be run by the Smith, Watson and Kelly, Inc., self-service
station. Also in Murrysville, Bruce Porterfield and Russell I-Ieider have opened
their ultra-modern diner. They now will have to compete with Alice jones
who owns the Penn-Monroe. These restaurants are supplied with the freshest
fruits and vegetables by the two most modern farms in the county. These
farms belong to Mr. Walter Urick and Mr. William Starn. The cattle is
shipped in from Iohnetta Aber's ranch out west.
While traveling through Las Vegas last week, I made it a point to stop
at the fabulous "Frenchie's Gambling Casino" owned by that notorious card
shark, Ioanne Pyle.
I hear that Dave Thomas and Henry Swasky have just been offered con-
tracts to go on T. V. as Sport's Commentators and that Mr. William Bovard
was elected chief dog-catcher of Murrysville. Already he is setting a record
for the most dogs caught in a month.
A flash has come over the radio just now announcing that the Countess
Margaret Gebrosky Karp has just put an end to the revolution that was
breaking out in Germany. Her diplomatic influence has given her world-
Well that's about the whole class and they're all pretty famous by now.
I guess dear Diary I'm getting kind of tired so I'll say good-night.
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First row-Left to Right, B. Grudowski, D. Williamson, S. Patty, E. Schake, E. Lcrpe, D. Kemerer, C. Collins, R. Lockard,
P. Stutz, I. Cline. Second row-Left to Right, G. Smith, F. Gruber, P. Rubright, M. Bryar, P. Greene, D. Stover, H. Rub-
right, M. Mastorovich, R. Eberts, L. Stiffy, E. Watt, I. Barefoot, K. Rubright, B. Wilson, E. Tomer. Third row-Left to
Right, C. Hale, L. Kuznik, I. Eckles, F. Glunt, V, Vunovich, H. Hugh, I. Brady, A. Kapers, S. Friesell, P. Marschik, Miss
Krysik. Fourth row-Left to Right, E. Schall, M. Remaley, N. Sinan, E. McGurk, I. Mayer, N. Bruggeman, R. Deering.
First row-Left to Right, K. Phietfer, R. Moose, I. Iones. C. Nystrom, S. Drenjevich, A. Perfette, L. Swank, I. Pommer-
sheim, R. Larouere. Second row-Left to Right, D. Bush, H. Schall, S. Smithbower, G. Cline, A. Cooke, B. Paulisick,
I. Thompson, F. Stuck Third row-Left to Right, E. Stover, D. Peterson, D. Iones, F. Kosmack, A. Peterson, I. Kellerman,
W. Uhlig, L. Geiger. Fourth row-Left to Right, Mr. Gilmore, W. Faulk, T. Revolt, E. Mares, I. Liprando, F. Miller, L. King,
G. Casper. Fifth row-Left to Right, I. Hixenbaugh, W. Thomas, F. Ruzbarsky, B. Voithofer, T. Bush.
First row-Left to Right, P. Venus, E. Lucas, I. Grudowski, R. Rutter, E. Murray, L. Rebich, I. Clement, M. Frescura
B. Miller, P. Kathowski, Second row-Left to Right, I. Primozic, E. Watt, E. Shaw, A. Moose, P. McGuigan, R, Gebrosky
R. Fish, M. Lowes, P. Williamson, P. Perfette, M. Norton. Third row-Left to Right, A, Mayer, R, Stewart, M. Maxwell
G. Lavrich, D, Thomas, N. Doyle, C. Colter, C. Yanko. Fourth row-Left to Right, Mr. Long, L. Wagner, I. Klavon, K
Urick, P. Shaw, P. Porteriield, D. Stella, S. Lott, B. Thompson, P. Good, C. Mayer, M. Soles, Mrs. Spiegel. Fifth row-
Left to Right R. Smith, M. Maxwell, S. Rittko, G. Straley, L. Crihbs, B. Broome, M. Newton, L. Egloff, B. Polhamis
P. Farabaugh, D. Anderson, B. Bell.
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H. Remaley. Second row-Left to Right, R. Maxwell, I. McGuigan, E. Bovard, C. Skena, R. Urick, C. Restauri, I. Cappa,
R. Simpson, L Smith, E. Wolf, G. Kilgore. Third row-Left to Right, R. Rishell, C. Bryant, W. Kemerer, D. Kidney
B. Dopler, E. Kline, D. Marinelli, D, McDowell. Fourth row-Lett to Right, Mr. Christian, A Shuster, G, Dency, M. Sinan
K. Remaley, I. McKnight, A. Cook, P. Ellias. Fifth row-Lett to Right, B. Rubright, H. Shirley, I. Anderson, R. Iones
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fresh, E. Shaw, l. Weister, I. Marschik, M. Shero, E. Weister, D. Grudowski. Second row-Left to Right, D. Metrosky
H. Paulisick, G. Bohinc, R. Hauser, B. Smith, F. Rubright, S. DeZanet, R. McDermott, M. Bergant, B. Holzshu, S. Watkins.
D. Restauri, A. Iones, I. Aber. Third row-Miss Krysik, Sponsor, B. Thompson, S. Keeler, B. Barrickman, A. Astorri,
I, Gruber, A. Dickey, N. Daugherty. I. Voithofer, I. Kelly, G. Geiger, I. Aspros,
The group of students responsible for Franklin's Yearbook is the Quill
Staff. These students are supervised by Miss Krysik cmd their editor is Eleanor
Tomer. This yearbook is your book of memories because it reflects your life
in your school. But behind those words lie much labor, unending planning,
and a great deal of worry. The staff worked earnestly and devotedly. Each
member of the editorial staff became a rambling reporter, gathering bits of
information here and there, covering a definite assignment by a certain date,
and then combined it all into a complet-e and interesting story of what hap-
pened during the happy days in your school life.
First row-Lett to Right, P. Smith,
S. Beswarick, I. Konrad, M. Bergont,
M. McElfresh, B. Borron, R. McDer-
mott, M. Towle, S. DeZanet, E. Weis-
ter, D. Grudowski. Second row-
Left to Right, P. Senchur, A. Santo-
reillcx, W. Scott, P. Noel, G. Elwood,
M. Shero, H. Bebar, S. Smith, S
Holodnik, D. Britz, D. Senchur, I
Primozic, G. Galetti, G. Bohinc, E
McCurdy, I. Voithofer, I. Aber, R
Hauser. Third row-Left to Right, D
Metrosky, S. Fagan, S. Anderson
I. Marschik, O. Hartley, N, Porter-
iield, M. McKim, I. Eckles, Mrs. Iohn-
First row-Left to Right, C. Skera
I. Cain, B. Moore, M. Bergant, E
Lucas, M. Gebrosky, Mr. Amalong.
Second row-Left to Right, P. Simp-
son, E. Mares, D. Iones, R. Urick,
C. Cappa, G. Earll.
First row-Left to Right, D. Stella, I.
Klavon, M. Shero, B. Ferrington, B.
Kistler, I. Marschik, B. Clawson.
Second row-Lett to Right, S. Fagan,
I. Primozic, C. Bush, I. Mayer, M.
Simons, R. Hauser, H. Paulisick, G.
Bohinc. Third row-Lett to Right, K.
Towle, H, Towle, Miss Young, C.
Mr. Vollberg, Sponsor, S. Crooks,
B. Maris, E. Kovalcik, L. King, D.
Lane, I. Cappa, I. Pfeiffer, D. Thomas,
First row-Left to Right, S. Watkins,
A. Iones, I. Aber. Second tow--
Left to Right, B. Barron, E. Weister.
D. Restauri. Third row-Left to right,
E. Tomer, M. Gebrosky, M. McEl-
fresh, L. Carfagna. Miss Krysik,
First row-Left to Right, Voithofer,
S. Anderson, G. Hall, O. Hartly, R.
Hill, D. Iones, W. Uhlig, L. Tarr, E.
Kosmack, C. Dunmyre. Second row
-Left to Right, A. Peterson, G. El-
wood, H. Fish, N. Kilgore, S. Friesell,
P. Matthews, A. Schake, E. Kovalcik,
H. Towle, A. Klavon, G. Kilgore, A.
Astorri, Mrs. Ference, B. Yant, B.
Clawson, K. Towle, I. Anderson.
First row-Left to Right, Mrs. Fer-
ence, M. Howard, I. Fish, P. Smith.
A. Watson, M. Lucas, A. Dickey, L.
Carfagna, G. Galetti, M. Bergant, E
McCurdy, L. Rebich, G. Bohinc, M.
Mastorovich, S. Smith, S. Fagan, N.
Daugherty, M. Shero, T. Rose, M.
Geiger, P. Simmons. Second row-
Left to Right, C. Bush, D. Senchur,
H. Paulisick, A. Iones, S. Holodnik,
M. Nesbitt, .I Marschik, I. Eckles, M.
Gebrosky, S. Watkins, D. Restauri,
D. Lapcevic, R. Vargesko, E. Weister,
B. Shaw, B. Ferrington, S. Beswarick
A. Schlenke, N. Kilgore, B. Matesic
Third row-Lett to Right, M. Masto-
rovich, W. Rugh, T. Haas, L. Tarr
O. Hartley, B. Moore, A. Astorri, N
Portertield, P. Simpson, I, Voithoter,
D. Watson, M. McKim, B. Barrick-
man, L. Matesic, A. Klavon, R. Hill.
First row-Lett to Right, R. Smith,
L. Wagner, B. Scott, P. Elias, P. Per-
lette, E. Murray, P. Katkowski, C.
Mayer, S. Beswarick, P. Simpson.
Second row-Lett to Right, P. Ru-
bright, H. Rubri ht Clement P.
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Rebich, C. Mayer, B. Broome, D
Stella, Mrs. Ference, P. Portertield
N. Norton, B.. Thompson.
First row-Left to Right, B. Barron,
A. Dickey, M. Bergant, D. Grudow-
ski, M. Swank, E. Schake, S. Stay-
mates, C. Iohn, H. Bebar, A. Fres
cura, L. Remaley, P. Senchur, B
Senchur, W. Scott, M. Stairs, R
Kemerer. Second row-Left to Right
I. Neptune, K. Faulk, M. Evans, I
Clement, R. Cappa, R. Hauser, V.
Kramer, G. Bert, N. Geiger, M. Mc-
Alpine, S. Watkins, S. Fagan, N
Daugherty, I. Cain, A. Santoriella
B. McGuigan, E. Weister, M. Towle
S. Anderson, I. Miller, B. Clawson
D. Metrosky, S. Rogers, S. DeZanet
F. Rubright, R. McDermott, M. Mc-
Eliresh, Mrs. Ference.
NATIONAL HU UH SOCIETY
Miss Krysilc, Sponsor, E. Tomer, D. Grudowski, M Towle.
HDNUR Some -r
To become a member of the National Honor Society is the highest honor
a junior or senior can achieve. The faculty chooses three juniors and two
seniors annually on the merits of scholarship, leadership, character, and
service. It is a Worth-while achievement. At the end oi the year the members
of this nationwide organization are installed at a candlelight ceremony, Miss
Ruth Krysilc is the sponsor.
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Mrs. Spiegel, Mrs. Lessig
B. Barron, E. Tomer,
L. Ccxrfcgnc, D. Restcuri
Mr. Good Mrs. Patterson Mr. Ccxin
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F. Vrbcmic, L. Kuznic, 43 Mr, Hieder
I. Hill, F. DeZc1net
A boy who has a tremen-
dous desire to win. He can
be depended upon for his
calmness and his team
spirit when the going is
rough. lack drives in for
his lay-ups beautifully and
is noted for his skill in ball
handling. This is Iack's
fourth year in basketball,
and he is now reaching his
peak as a player.
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RICHARD URICK DONALD RIVARDO THOMAS CAIN
"Rich" got his start on the
Iunior .High School Team.
During the second half of
a game with Patton Town-
ship "Rich" sank shots from
all corners. Since then
"Rich" has been a very ag-
gressive boy, with a strong
desire to play good ball.
He should do his best play-
ing in his senior year.
Playing his last year of
varsity ball, "Duck" is
probably the most im-
proved boy on the squad.
He shoots exceptionally
well from out front, and is
also a fine playmaker. We
will miss Don and his ex-
cellent playing next year.
"Tom" plays the pivot spot
on offense. He is a cool
and steady ball handler,
and his terriflc one hand
shot "racks up" many
points for his team. "Tom"
has a wonderful attitude
toward fellow players and
coaches, and with his atti-
tude and ability he should
go far in the sports world.
He is among the best ath-
letes that graduated from
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SPCR I S
ROBERT HILL BENNY GEBROSKY WALTER UHLIG ROGER THOMPSON
"Bob" is a substitute cen-
ter, and a fine boy with
a wonderful attitude to-
ward sports. Hie has done
a lot for the team, and has
shown marked improve-
ment the past season.
"Bob" can always be
counted upon to do his
"Benny" in his first season
with the varsity has shown
the fans of what he is ca-
pable. He has racked up
many points with his fine
set shot, and is a very
calm, cool and collected
ball player. "Benny"
should have a great fu-
ture in basketball in his re-
maining years at Franklin.
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Walter is another one of
our very capable Sopho-
more boys, whose first year
with the varsity has shown
what we can expect of him
in future years. He has an
excellent shot from any
position on the floor, and
is very adept at tip-ins.
This year should prove of
great value to him in giv-
ing him experience.
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"Hog" with two years of
lunior High playing expe-
rience, has shown wonder-
ful improvement during the
last season with the varsity.
He can always be relied
upon to check the opponent
with his excellent defensive
play. We will look for-
ward to seeing Roger play
ball his remaining years
Right Fielder-Boy with a
wonderful arm and strong
desire to win, Hits a long
ball. Has a great future in
ROGER THOMPSON WALTER UHLIG ROBERT BERTL
Catcher-This is his first
season as a catcher. He
is a good receiver with a
wonderful arm. This year's
experience should pave the
way for future success dur-
ing his high school career.
Fielder-A fine fielder and
defensive ball player. Ex-
cels in bunting. He will
see lots of action this year
and will be a great help
to the team.
Left Fielder - 'fBob" is a
quiet lunior, but this has
no effect upon his qualified
handling of left field. He is
especially good at fielding
ground balls and fly balls.
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Shortstop - Carl is the
Sophomore whom you see
filling the gap between
second and third base. He
throws and bats right
handed and is a very cap-
able fielder. .He remains
calm in tight spots.
Pitcher-This is Tornmy's
fourth year on the team,
and we've found him prac-
tically indispensable. He
has many games to his
credit with his skillful
right-handed pitching. This
demon from White Valley
will finish up in his last
Shortstop-"Don" who has
previously pitched and
played the outfield has
been switched to shortstop
to steady an inexperienced
infield. He's a very fine
defensive ball player.
Center Fielder-This com-
petent Iunior is often called
upon to carry us through
with right-handed batting
and throwing. lack patrols
center field and can al-
ways be counted upon to
do his best as a base run-
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GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
First row-Left to Right, Mrs. Stephan, G. Yant, S. DeZanei, F. Rubright, I. Miller, M.
Gebrosky, N. Kilgore, S. Anderson, I. Cain. Second row-S. Holodnik, S. Smiih, P. Smith,
G. Smith, I. Clement, B. Smith, B. Holzshu, B, Kistler, S. Rogers, I, Neptune, R. Cappa.
SHIRLEY ANDERSON MARGARET
PAY RUBRIGHT BETTY ANN SMITH
First row-Left to Right, Mr. Kelly,
R. Bertl, W. Uhlig, B. Barrickman
K. Towle, F. Lavrich, C. Skena. Sec-
ond row-Lelt to Right, I. Hixen-
baugh, Manager, A. Perfette, G
Dunmyre, B. Moore, I. Reider, E.
First row-Left to Right, Mr. Kelly,
I. Hixenbaugh, W. Uhlig, R. Thomp-
son, R. Hill, T. Cain, D. Rivardo,
B. Gebrosky. Second row-Left to
Right, I. Hixenbaugh, Manager, R.
Bertl, R. Urick, I. McAIpine, L. Stilfy,
C. Skena, E. Stover, Manager.
First row-Left to Right, Mr. Cieslik,
T. Revolt, K. Kilgore, D. Iones, D.
Bush, F. Kosmack, E. Mares, I. An-
derson, B. Gebrosky, I. Liprando,
I. Hixenbaugh. Second row-Lelt to
Right, P. Elias, F. Krushinski, T.
Miller, B. Rubright, B. Shannon, D.
Kidney, B. Brady, C. Nystrom, B.
Scott, K. Krotz, W, Pass, K. Krutz,
int row-Leftt R' h L C f
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Rose, B. Th
B SEBALL TEAM
Firlt row-Left to Right, I. Liprando, T. Krushinski, C. Skena, I. Cappa, C. Bryant I Hxxenbaugh Second row I Reiter
I. McAlpine, C. Skena, D. Rivardo, L. Stiffy, T. Bebar, R. Thompson, R. Bertl Third row I Bryant T Revolt T Cam
M. Maxwell, B. Barrickman, E. Stover. Fourth row-Mr. Cieslik, W. Uhlig, B Gebrosky B Moore K Towle P Simpson
I. Gruber, E. Mares, G. Restauri, Mr. Kelly.
West Deer ..
We the class of 1952 do proudly salute the Baseball 'Team of 1951 who mar
velously won our section championship and went on to win the W PIA L Cham
pionship. To the coaches and the team-Congralulationsl
SE IUII CLASS WILL
We, the Senior Class of 1952, being ot supposedly, sound mind and body, bequeath to the
underclassmen, the following articles with the sincere hope that they will continue to uphold the
traditional glory of Franklin.
IOHNETTA ABER wills her love ol horses to Mary
LORETTA CARFAGNA bequeaths her cheerleading
ability to Barbara Thompson.
ALICE IONES leaves her quiet disposition to Kay Faulk.
DENA RESTAURI wills her hair to Lonny Shannon.
TOM BEBAR wills his fantastic grades to Margaret
EDNA WEISTER wills her red hair to Sylvia De Zanet.
IIM HIXENBAUGH leaves his love to Pauline Bowman.
BETTY LOU BARRON bequeaths her shorthand ability
to Marion Simons.
IIM VOITHOFER wills his ability to tlirt with the girls
to Bob Bertl.
SANDRA WATKINS leaves her driving ability to Bill
DOLORES LAPCEVIC bequeaths her wad of gum to
ELEANOR SHAW wills her love of Spanish to Patty
DOLORES GRUDOWSKI leaves her height to Tom
ELEANOR TOMER leaves her ability to go steady to
DEAN BRUNECKE wills his high boots to Alene
MIKE MASTOROVICH leaves his Toni home perma-
nent to Marilyn Nesbitt.
RHODA HAUSER leaves her ability to lose what she
wants to Margaret Swank.
MARILYN MCELFRESH bequeaths her ability to get
good grades to Iim Eberts.
DON WATSON does not leave Betty Smith.
BILL BOVARD leaves his mustache to Helen Earll.
BRUCE PORTERFIELD wills his hotrod to Bob Marschik.
GERALD-INE BOHINC wills her studious i?l ways to
IACK ASPROS wills his pouch ot tobacco to Iune
MARLENE TOWLE leaves her editorials to Horace
IOANNE PYLE leaves her pretty blue eyes to Anthony
IOE GRUBER wills his ability to bluff the teachers to
SALLY FAGAN leaves her Hopalong Cassidy suit to
ELLEN MCCURDY leaves her innocent look to Eleanor
MARGARET GEBROSKY leaves her sense of humor to
BILL STARN leaves his love of English to Fay Rubright.
TOM CAIN bequeaths his athletic ability to Richard
HELEN PAULISICK wills her sophisticated ways to
LORETTA REBICH wills her cute smile to Donald Watt.
RITA VARGESKO leaves her temper to Nancy Ryck-
GEORGE GEIGER bequeaths his ability to blush to
BARBARA HOLZSHU leaves her bottle of peroxide to
DOROTHY SENCHUR leaves her ability to skip class
to Glenn Tomer.
BETTY SMITH leaves her truck to Mary Shero.
SOPI-IIA HOLODNIK leaves her ability to get excited
to Peggy Simmons.
SHIRLEY SMITH leaves her love of the office to Wayne
IACK KELLY bequeaths his wavy, black hair to
IOHN NOVAK leaves his crutches to Rosemarie
RUSSELL HEIDER leaves his tenor voice to Rosemary
LAWRENCE STIFFY bequeaths his love ot sleep to
CHUCK KIDNEY leaves his ability to get expelled to
HAROLD LUCAS leaves his sister to Clarence Betz.
BILL MARTS wills his intelligence to Shirley Keeler.
SAM MASTOROVICH leaves his height to Dixie Noel.
DAVID THOMAS bequeaths his buddy to Thelma Rose.
The senior class leaves WALTER URICK. IWe don't
know what to do with himl.
DONALD RIVARDO leaves his basketball ability to
Doris lean Kistler.
HENRY SWASKY leaves his blond hair to Iosephine
ROBERT HILL leaves his farm to Rosalie Cappa.
GLORIA GALETTI is a tight wadg she's taking every-
thing with her.
Thus we end this, our last will and testament, signed, sealed, and declared legal by the
above named class.
The signatures of the Class of 1952 are hereby affixed, ipso facto, habeas corpus, ex post
facto, tempus fugit, and E PLURIBUS UNUM.
50 CLASS OF '52
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DOO. E. 1. HAMILTON CO.
KATE MENS STORE
GU-'S STYLE SHOP LUMBER-BUILDERS
CAPPA'S MARKET SUPPLIES
H1-WAY AUTO PARTS-Monroeville, PG. CONCRETE BLOCKS
OLOVER FARM STORE
O. W. DIXON-A Friend Phone no
MRS. E. WATKINS
MR. 1. HOLZSHU Export' PC-
Dulf's Tire Service
Bob cmd Arthur Duff
Phone Ex. 25R3
Pontiac Sales :Si
F. V. Fisher
Phone Ex. 66R2
306 Export. Pa.
Phone Ex. lO9R2
Residence Ex. 10933
Main Street. Export
For pickup and delivery
Call Export 92111
BA ' HUMES BROS. FISHER'S
UGHMAN S McHUGH'S
Meats :Sf Groceries VARIETY STORE plumbing
Electrical Appliances Well-Drilling Box 512
Kelvinator Refrigerator Export. Pa. Heating Old Wm- Perm- l'llWClY
Phone Ex. l3Rl
Phone IBURZ or 22R3
Compliments DUHISCQ'S R. C. Dubrock RICHARD'S
of Cleaning 5' Pfesslni' Clover Farm Stores
3 Hour Service
MIKNIAK'S The Best in Foods and
in our own Sanitary Sunoco station Meats
SERVICE Phone EX!-Tort 163 Murrysville, Pa. Levelgfeenf PU-
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Compliments IOHNS MOTEL EV S as mg reasing
"Your Home Away From E- G- Watson 6' S9315
of Home." Ice Cream 5: T' V. Gulf Sldlitbn
Handpainted Gifts G Murrysville, Pa.
WOMEN'S CLUB Route 22 Novelties Phone zeo R
East of Pittsburgh Light Lunch
M lu P Polishing
unysvl el G' Murfwvllle' Pa- Murrysville, Pa. Accessories
C. W. BEATLY
A. CARL BUKLEY
Route 22 at Pa. Turnpike
Monroeville. R. D. 1
Turtle Creek, Pa.
For Cars G Trucks
267-269 Braddock Ave.
Phones: VA. 0777, 0778
5820 - BR. 1-0278
Class of '52
607 Penn Ave
Turtle Creek. Pa.
Miller Bros. Shoes Bell's Esso Service TYPEWTIIBYS
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908 PM Ave' Compliments Gas- Oil - Lubrication Gifts
New Kenslngtoffs of Repair - Groceries NEW KENSINGTON
Largest Shoe Store Fresh Meats TYPE TERS Co
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--Quality Shoes for DENNY S Tele -New Kensington
Over 50 Years-H 677 I 12 Phone Edison 7-3515
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THELMKSI INC. IESS TAUB r or 0 or 0' Electric 6 Radio
501 Duquesne Ave. shop
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Chrysler G Plymouth Service
940 Fifth Ave.
964 Fourth Ave' 1- F- Schneider 819 Wood Street
New Kensington, Pa.
New Kensington. Pa.
817 Wood St.
"Shoes for The Entire
Phil Taylor 6. Son
Sprucelank 6. Helzel
I. D. Sprucelank
C. T. MYERS. IR.
Insurance in all its
"Myers Has It"
115 South Third St.
Export Home Appliance Co.
THE HUB STORE
"All Modem Electrical N' Cohen
Appliances for the Home." Phone 87
Phone Export 141 Export, Pa.
EXPORT TIRE CO. G O IO D ' S
Recapping and Vulcanizing GUS 5' Oil
Phone 120 T A g7R2
Export. Pennsylvania Export Pa
FARM BUREAU INSURANCE
Auto - Fire - Life WATSONIS
Earl G. Patty
Export' Pa' Export, Pennsylvania
COff11O1iIf1eUfS WIGLE'S DRUG STORE
of H. o. Wigle, Ph. G.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF Phone 38R-I
Export, Pemmsylvania Export' Pa'
IOHN ANDERSON 6. SONS
Your DeSoto, Plymouth Dealers
Phone - Export 51R-2
EXPORT LUMBER COMPANY
Yellow Pine - Fir Dimension
Hardwood Flooring Specialists
Wm. Penn Highway. Export. Pa.
Bruce B. Grable, Owner
Phone - Export 33
THE KEYSTONE DAIRY CO.
Quality Dairy Products
"Visit Our Store"
Phone: New Kensington 666
New Kensington. Penna.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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Easy Washers - Frigidaires
Paint, Glass and House Furnishings
4483 - Telephone Churchill - 4484
CALDWELL 6. GRAHAM
Penn Ave. 6 Wood St.
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WATKINS HAIR SALON
JOSEPH SHOE STORE
Iarman Shoes ci Men's Sportswear
701 Ross Avenue
Clay and 7th, Ieannette
For Your Every Household Needs."
Visit Our New
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