Frontenac High School - Raider Yearbook (Frontenac, KS)
- Class of 1947
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oard of Education
ANTONE MENGHINI LEW MORICONI
Vice President Clerk
WALTER GADWOOD MAX.SILVA
Margaret Jane Zortz
John D. Turlip
Seated: B111 Johnson, Gerald Falletti, Bette Leyden,
Roger Bezinque, Modestyne Cornella Standing: Colleen
Simone, Evelyn Nichols, Jo Ann Vacca, and Mrs. Hand
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RECENT IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONS
We thought it might be of interest to those who have not visited
our school recently to learn of some of the things that have been done
in recent months.
The most extensive changes have been made in our Home Ee. Cot-
tage. The little kitchen and di11ing room have been converted into a
larger dining room and an archway made between it and the living
room. The door, formerly between the foods laboratory and living
1'oom, has been eliminated. All rooms have been redecorated and floors
refinished. But perhaps the nicest thing that has happened at the cot-
tage in a long time is the addition of new electrical equipment-fluores-
cent lights, electric stove, refrigerator, washing machine and sweeper.
In the main building the wall between the room just back of the
auditorium and the room at the south end of the hall has beenremoved
and a most attractive and usable room is the result. Since there is al-
ready a small stage at the east end of this room it can be used for
speech classes and meetings of various kinds.
In every room in the school, germicidal lights have been installed.
These were supplied by the P. T. A. All class rooms are equipped with
modern fluorescent lights. A flood light has been put up in front of the
main entrance which adds to the attractiveness of our school.
Painting and redecorating seem to be in progress intsome part of
the building almost all the time. At present the stage and scenery in
She auditorium is being renovated.
Venetian blinds have been hung at all windows in the south rooms
of the building. The P. T. A. also helped defray expenses on these.
The next project upon which work has just begun is a new football
field and stadium. This is to be located on the corner just south of our
Voc. Home Ec.
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CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class of 1947 being of sound mind and body, that is,
the biggest part of us, do hereby bequeath the following prize pos es-
sions to the Juniors of Frontenac High School.
Madelaine Ansart Wills her typing ability to Mary Lee Coleman.
Bob Bernard 's favored corner to Frank Rybnick.
Roger Bezinque bequeaths his blank mind to any Junior wanting it,
Rosemary Forsyth, Joanne Brock and David Eichorn.
Gerald Falletti leaves his school books to any Juniors wanting them,
.I oe Gitner and Bob Turlip.
Bette Layden wills her cheerleading to Jerry Poncliur and Corky
Bob Guerrero leaves his co-captaincy in basketball to Oscar Deplue.
Andrew Fenoglio leaves his talent in mechanics to Walter Marlier.
Arthur Guerreri leaves his typing book to Bill McNeil.
John D. Turlip leaves his Biology ability to Ernest Long and Greta
Paul Terlip wills his mischeviousness to Eugene Scascellati.
Dick Fogliasso wills his chewing gum to Julia Serra and Bette Clark.
Junior McFarland bequeaths his ability to get along with the teachers
to Donald Youvan.
Donald Marlier leaves his captaincy in basketball to Bob Pazzie.
Bill Johnson leaves his potato chips making to Virgil Tocci and Bob
Evelyn Nichols leaves her ability to travel to Jackie Lager and Cleo
Modestyne Cornella leaves her bashfulness to Betty Barto and Roma
Eugene Mangile wills his cheerful laugh to Bob Turlip and Art Tur-
Colleen Simone bequeats her man talents to Lavonne Fedell and
Joanne Vacca wills her black and blue marks to Donna Brock and Lucy
Blessant in gym class.
Joseph Maransani wills his reading ability to Bert Brown.
Margaret Jane Zortz wills her ability to make friends to Angelo Ro-
manzi and Sally Shonk.
MISS MONAHON DICK GERALD ROGER
Sponsor President Vice Pres. sec,-Treas,
Pep Club 1-2-3-4
Class Play 1-5
Glee Club 1-2-4
F. H. A. 1-2
We came, we studied, we conquered.
Red and White
American Beauty Rose
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Pep Club 1-2-5-4
Gles Club 1-2-4
F. H. A. 1-2
Class Officer 1-2-5
Class Play 5
Class Play l-5
Annual Staff, Asst. Ed
Class Officer 3
Basketball Captain 4
Pep Club 1-2-5-4
Glee Club 1-2-4
Fa Ho Ae 1-2
Pep Club l-2-5-4
Glee Club l-2-4
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Now Pm not the superstitious type--No siree-but I'm not one to doubt fatejand lt
was more than coincidence that brought the little man into my dreams last night. A
little grey haired old fellow-bent considerably by the passing years, with a wise wrinkled
face and bright little eyes that belied his years. v
But to get on with it, I seemed, to be walking alone on feathery soft grass searching for
something behind tall trees and low spreading shrubbery-and suddenly, from nowhere,
he was standing there with me! He chuckled and told me not to be frightened. He knew
what I was looking for, though I confess I don't know. We sat down on the grass and he
"Now dear, don't you know we should leave the future to take care of itself. But since
you're so intent on it, I'11 tell you ......
And as he began to talk I saw hazy moving figures in the distance as if the projection
machine was not quite regulated correctly, and the screen was merely the soft, transparent
The woman who listened to the tearful pleas of the many children was dark complexioned
and s-oft voiced. The little man smiled and said, "That's Modestyre Cornella, she's head
of an orphanage now."
And then the scene faded and another took its place. A young man was sitting at a
large desk I looked twice-and finally realized that it was Gerald Falletti. He is now
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court."
The next picture showed a tall, dark haired young man delivering milk. That's Dlck
Fogliasso. He's head of the Fogliasso Dairy.
And then I watched Roger Bwinque walk across the campus of Northwestern. He is
teaching History there now.
I haven't seen Bette Layden I said My but you're impatient, he said, "as you see, Bette
has changed. She is now Tyrone Power's wife."
Bill Johnson is now the president of the Johnson Potato Chip Co Bill is selling chips
in nine states now and is planning on expanding his business in the fall.
Evelyn Nichols has always liked to travel, and she is doing plenty of lt now. She is a
traveling saleswoman for the Real Silk Hosiery Co.
Bob Guerrero, who started as a paper boy, is now Editor-in-Chief of the Pittsburg Sun.
There before me, was a rather short, heavy-set man, sitting at a mahogany desk. The
little man said, "You should know him, that's Bob Bernard." He told me that Bob is now
President of the Santa Fe Railroad, and that the Vice-President is Donald Marlier. I am
sure they are both very capable of handling their positions.
The next picture really surprised me. It was Jo Anne Vacca, sitting at a desk in the
office of J. D. Rockefeller Jr. She is his stenographer.
Madelaine Ansart is playing her accordion at the Stork Club. She's doing quite' well now.
It is Paul Terlip! I could hardly believe my eyes. He is now the Vice-President of the
Then the scene faded. I feared the little man would not tell me about the rest. But he
only stretched and turned to me, smiling. He knew what I was waiting for. "Colleen
Simone is now Secretary to the President of the Simone Mining Company," he said, "She
is also very happily married."
I sighed and 'relaxed for this was most interesting. Th-ere was Art Guerrerri working in
his shoe shop in Frontenac. He owns shops in several other towns, but he prefers to stay
John D Turlip is now a great surgeon in New York. And guess who his nurse is? It is
Margaret Jane Zortz. They are doing very well now.
Richard Senecaut now has his own radio show. Featuring none other than himself and
his orchestra. He plays the Coronet.
The next picture I saw was one that made me laugh aloud. I saw two feet protruding
from under a car. I finally got closer and saw that it was Andrew Fenoglio Working. He
is half owner of the Oberto Service Station.
Last but not least, we see two men busily working. They seem to be surveying for a road.
The little ma.n told me that it was Joseph Maransanl and Eugene Mangil-e surveying for a
four lane highway to Capaldo and Radley. I heard Joe say he was tired of the dirt roads.
After this, the little man turned to me and said, "and now it's time to go. Your class
has done exceptionally well. W-e're proud of you. Good night, and good luck to all of you."
The little man then disappeared, leaving me very happy and well pleased.
Jchn D. Turlip
Margaret Jane Zortz
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"Are we having a test"
"Who! Not me."
"Are you kidden"
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"Wait for me"
"Is that so"
"That slays me"
"Open the door"
"You don't say"
"I didn't say that"
"Did you study"
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Gerald Falletti-Vice Pres.
Roger Bezinque-Sec. and Treas.
In September, 1943, Frontenac High School enrolled 17 new boys
and 12 new girls. That was 4 long years ago. Our sponsor was Mrs.
Mary Ann Kerns Jones. We gave a play called, 'Elmer 85 the Love Bug.
It is 1944, and we now emerge once again, on the second step of our
high school career. Mrs. Virginia Butcher was our sponsor. We had a
lot of parties. The girls had to prepare and serve the banquet dinner
1' or the Juniors and Seniors.
Nothing less than Juniors in 1945. Ah! sweet life, we get to plan
the Jr.-Sr. banquet. But wait-we must first raise some money for
such an occasion. We gave a play called "Aunt Susie shoots the Works. "
We really had a nice time. Our sponsors were Mrs. Fisher and Mrs.
The great goal is now within the reach of tus, Graduation! The
final count is seven girls and sixteen boys. Our beloved principal Miss
Monohan is our sponsor. The life we are attempting to grasp now is
Womanhood and manhood. The shoes of life are set before us. As we
struggle into these shoes, starting this May, let us hope for complete
fulfillment, worthy of the efforts of our teachers, good citizens. So
with hearts full of gratitude and love, mixed with feelings beyond ex-
pression for dear old F. H. S. We say "Adios" to all friends, classes,
sports, dramatics, love affairs, teachers, music, assemblies, and we toast
your future successes.
THE SENIOR CLASS H1946-1947"
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Elected cheer leaders.
Elected class officers.
Ordered class rings.
Raiders Wallop Panthers.
Juinor-Senior line party.
Raiders defeat Girard.
Home Ec. Girls travel to Chcrryvale.
Raiders romp Arcadia Bearcats.
K. U. Glen Morris program.
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Raiders wallop McCune.
Raiders defeat Rich Hill.
YOVEM BER :
Raiders scalped Cherokee Indians.
Raiders defeat Riverton.
Raiders upset strong Seneca team.
P. T. A. card party.
Raiders triumph over Arma Bulldogs.
on Thanksgiving Day.
lst basketball game, Raiders defeat
Formal school dance.
Raiders defeat Arma. t
Raiders edge out a victory over
St. Mary's. A
Raiders lose first game of basketball
season to Altamont, a non-league game
Raiders defeat Arcadia.
Raiders romp Girard.
Raiders win over Cherokee.
Raiders hand another defeat to Mc-
Raiders edge out a 34-33 win over
Arcadia Bearcats defeat home team.
Raiders win over Girard.
Raiders Defeat Cherokee.
Raiders defeat Ft. Scott.
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League Tournaments 13-14-15.
Raiders Walloped Ft. Scott, 22-60.
Raiders defeat strong College Hi team
Raiders take,1st placel in District B
Raiders lose to McCune in Reg. Tourn.
One-act plays C.C.H.S. in competition.
Basketball boys travel to K. C. to see
Boys get letter sweaters, hubba, hubba
J r.-Sr. Banquet.
Caps and Gowns came in.
All School Picnic.
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The realm of "make-believe" began with the presentation of the
three act comedy, "Star Crazy." In December, 1946, we saw the An-
drews family and friends ambitious to become "stars" in various
manners. The hero of the play Roger Bezinque, wishes to become a
baseball star-youth and the "fatale femme" Bette Layden, 11ot-with
standing. Evelyn Nichols is determined to be a famous short story
writer-plus having a hand in match-making. Margaret Jane Zortz,
older sister of the family, is having trouble with her lover, Frank Ry-
bnick, who is a baseball star. The lover's troubles are caused, in part,
by a glamorous movie star, Sally Shonk, a.nd, in part by dear old
astromer "dad",-the forgetful, lovable Junior McFarland. All these
aspirations become more involved because of the reluctant, grumbling
maid, Colleen Simone-and the high-pressure promoter, John D. Tur-
lip. Need we say that everyone, well-from there we go steadily to the
Yes, -at the District Speech Festival in Chanute, March 29, the one
act drama, "Submerged," came through with highest honors. The little
Irish cockney, Bill McNeil, was rated among the best. Roger Bezinque
the coward, showed a.cting ability in creating a realistic and forceful
character. The blustery and spicy Oscar Deplue gave fine support to
the cast. The courageous and determined Bob Lavery, the sympathetic,
understanding Commander, Bob Terlip, the tender, sacrificing
dreamer Arthur Turigliatto complete this undefeatable cast of players!
Hats Off! ' '
While we look upon another 'WVinnah!" "The High Window."
We shall never forget the fine portrayal of the wicked Aunt Emily, by
our one sophomore in speech, Carole Didier. Orchids to her! She was
suported by fine portrayals of the nephew by John D. Turlipg the
secretary by Modestyne Cornellag and the newspaper reporter by
Bette Layden, who solved the mystery. There were heights of dramatic
acting reached many times in this one act drama. We felt the strength
and domination of the Aunt, from the first word she spoke to her
friend, Judge Craig, Bob Pazzie. This play rated a third-but missed
a two rating by one point.
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To climax the year we present the comedy, 'tThe Inner Willy."
Played by three loving, dominating maiden Aunts, Jackie Lager, Donna
Brock, Joan Brock fwho adore their nephew Willoughby, Arthur Turig-
liatto, so that they almost smother him with attentions, 5 Willy's Inner
Self, Frank Rybnick, who flits around getting Willy into all sorts of
predicaments: the homely, but scene stealing Marbelle, Mary Lee Cole-
man, the flippy, stage struck twins, played by Betty Jean Barto and
Evelyn Krainzg the two boy-friends-blustery, popular Stanley, Bob
Pazzie, and Mike, the timid awkward friend played by David Eichorng
and the popular desired girl who rather complicates affairs, Greta
Gadwood. Oh, yes, "We nearly died a-laughing at you J uniors."
We must mention that Bette Layden missed highest honors by one
point in her presentation of "The Waltz," by Dorthy Parker, at the
John D. Turlip rated a third in his faithful presentation of Pol-
lock's "The Enemy." 'Not so bad for first attempts, eh. A
The Seniors have chosen a three act comedy "The Campbell's are
Coming" to be presented later this spring. Our annual must go to
press before members of the cast have been selected.
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SEASON 'S RECORD
OPPONENT F H S
St. Mary's 6
Rich Hill 0
St. Mary's 24
McCune ' 25
Ft. Scott 25
Ft. Scott 22
College Hi 29
Arcadia 30 .
St. Mary's 21
Collge Hi 34
B b G rero Dick Fogliasso, Bob Bernard, Donald Marlier, Ernest
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Zuech, Jack Simone, Frank Rybnick, David Ecihhorn Second row: Bob Lavery,
Billy McNeil, Junior McFarland, Roger Bezinque, Gerald Falletti, Bob Pazzie,
Donald Youvan, Oscar Deplue, Coach Third row: Virgil Albertini, Arthur
Turigliatto, Philip Sala, Joe Gintner, Bert Brown, Ernest Zupancic, o
Terlip, Virgil Tocci
Jerry Captain Coach Spigarelli Bob Go-Captain
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FIRST TEAM First row: Frank Rybnick, Roger Bezinque, Donald Marlier,
Bob Guerrero, Bob Pazzie Second row: Junior McFarland, Billy McNeil,
Bob Lavery, Oscar Deplue, Gerald Falletti, Coach
SECOND TEAM First row: Philip Sala, Bob Terlip, David Ecihhorn, Jack
Virgil Tocci Second row: Ernest Zuech, Robert Wente, Charles Longman,
Redlon, Vernon Titmus
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Carole Didier Jerry Ponchur Mary Lee Coleman
lst Soprano 2nd Soprano Alto
Jacqueline Lager, Aocompanist
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David Ecihhorn Mary Lee Coleman
Piano Soloist Piano Soloist
Three Act Comedy
One Act Drama
Three Act Comedy
One Act Drama
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JUNIOR CANDIDATES QUEEN Julia KING Frankig
SOPHOMORE CANDIDATES FRESHMAN CANDIDATES
KING Virgil QUEEN Jo Ann KING Donald QUEEN Margaret
BASKETBALL WEEN and ATTENDANTS
Carole Bob Ween Bette Donald Mary Lee Roger
ton Kri tz er' Layden Jane Zortz
XED CHORUS pEp CLUB
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- FINE FURNITURE
- PHILCO RADIUS 81' REFRIGERATURS
- ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
- HARDWARE .Q GLIDIJEEN PAINTS
D. J. 8: Marjorie Snia, Prop.
Phone 206 Pittsburg, Kansas
Best Wishes to Annual Advertising Salesnxcn and
SENIOR CLASS OF 1947
, A. B. C. ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
PURE FOOD MARKET
Phone 3054 Pittsburg 2001 N. Bwry.
TYDOL AND VEEDOL OILS
TYDOL GASOLIN E
f MANCI OIL CO.
Frontenac, Kansas Phone 5073
CICERO SERVICE STATION
. MOBIL PRODUCTS
BATTERY AND TIRE SERVICE
Phone 5177 Frontenac, Kansas
LERO GRQCERY AND MEATS
Phone 5093-VV Frontenac, Kansas
EVA'S BEAUTY SHOP
-Helene Curtis Fold VVaVe Machine and Maehinvless Pl'l'lll2lII0lliS--
Manicures and Facials
EVA oLonn, Pnor.
Phone 5075 Fl'0Ili0Il2l0, Kansas
DAY AND NITE SERVICE
General Repairs - Body and Fender Work
Phone 5064 Frontenac, Kansas
MARRONE BROS FRUIT CO.
wEu1,EsALE FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Phone 3885 Pittsburg, Kansas
206 S. Bdwy. Pittsburg Phone 1535
DOBRAUC OIL COMPANY
Phone 3081 Pittsburg, Kansas
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 1088 Pittsburg, Kansas
THE MINERS STATE BANK
BANK AND HURRQW
MEMBER OF FDIC
Antonc Menghini, President
R. Martin, CZISIIIOI'
Joseph B. Uinotto, Asst. UEISIIIUI'
.loc Cinotto, Vice-President
REPAIR ALL SHOES AT
A. G1lOl'I'I0l'I, Prop.
H. G. F. STORES
Better Foods - Frvsh Meats
Phone 5153 FI'Ollt0Il?lC
MENS CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
CAPPS CLOTHING DOBBS HATS
WILSONS SHIRTS CROSBY SQUARE SHOES
Broadway at Fourth Phone 403 PIffSbl1l'g', Kansam
SEMCO COLOR PRESS
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE YEARBOOKS
220 N. Moffet Ave.
Phone 1412 Joplin, Mo.
WALLPAPER - PAINTS - PLUMBING - TIN NIN G
HARDWARE AND GIFTS
MYERS WATE R SYSTEMS
PIIOIIP 5049 IDITJIIIUIIEIC, Kanszxh
When In Need of
I-IARDVVARE AND APPLIANCES
BEITZIN GER HARDWARE
,We Have Everythqkng
T222 N. Bdwy. Pittsburg, Kansas
THE FRONTENAC PRESS
JOB PRINTING - OFFICE SUPPLIES I
PHONE 5286 '
N UWAY CLEANERS
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
E. R. Ryan, Prop.
T001 S. Bwdy. PHONE 3993 Pittsburg, Kansas
You Haint Seen Nothin If You Haven't Been To
SELL AND SONS
They Have Everything and Smiling Service
General School and Janitor Supplies - Sport Goods
BOWLUS SCHOOL SUPPLY
1015 N. Btlwy., Pittsburg Phono lTT
Phone 666 Pittsburg, Kansas
PRETE BARBER SHOP
An Investment i11 Good Appearance Pays Big' llividoinls
Phone 894 Forest anal Walnut
FIRESTONE TIRES - BATTERIES
Phone 5050 IJTOIIIQHRC
FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES
The Self-Service Store
Phono 5033 I IIIFOIIICIIZIC
GENERAL REPAIRS - VVELDING - AOUESSORIES
Phono 5130 QFFOIIIQIIHC
GROCERIES - MEAT - HARDVVARE - DRY GOODS - SHOES
GENERAL MERCHANDISE - FEED AND FLOUR
Phone 5078 Frontenac, Kansas
EQUITABLE LIFE UF NEW YORK
Income Tax Accountant - Fire and Casualty Insurance
Kate Kotznian, Notary Public
Phone 5200 I'wl'Ollt0l12lC
JOHN C. FRISKEL
For Ambulance Service Call 5125
Phone 5243 Frontenac, Kansas
CLEANING - PRESSING - IDYEING
We Call for and Deliver
Phone 5050 Frontenac, Kansas
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
-HARD CRUST BREAD-
Phone 5005 Frontenac, Kansas
UNDER NEW MANAGMENT
Hamburgers - Ice Cream - Chilli - Short Orders
0 T T O W A Y
Charley Greer, Prop. Pittsburg, Kansas
FOR DEEP SHAFT MINE COAL
5919-F-4 OR 173
When Y0n'r0 Hungry Stop at
BOW KN OT INN
STEAKS - CHICKEN
HAMBURGERS - OHILLI
Leonard and Della Britling
GAS -- OIL - TIRES - TUBES
A. J. URIPE
TOWN TALK BREAD
STAYS FRESH LONGER
112 E. Rose Pittsburg, Kansas
IF KELSCVS EGG MASH WUN'T MAKE 'EM LAY
, KELSO SEED CO.
Phone 657 Pittsburg, Kansas
Security! First, Last, and Always
MARTIN KERNS, DISTRICT AGENT
THE NORTHVVESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
117 IV. 5th Pittsburg, Kansas Phone 1731
GROTCERIES - MEAT MARKET
FLOUR AND FEED
FEDELL DRUG STORE
For School vhilllI'0l1
Any Old Day
001116 and Eat at
Phono 5248 Fronts-nac
MENGHINI BROS. PACKING CO.
BEEF AND PORK PACKERS
Frontenac, Kansas Phone 5099
BEST W1sHEs TO CLASS or 1947
JAMES GROCERY AND VARIETY STORE
Prop. Mrs. Joe James and Sons
511 E. Tth. Pittsburg, Kansas
RECAPPING VULCANIZING TIRE REPAIRS
Rose and Bdwy. Pittsburg, Kansas Phone 10812
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