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Wig W xr J 5, ' I ' f EX-Libris 251 WM QWMM W JWJJ-LJ MWJWM JJSMQ Zzpwiwfi K A-,9-far, LT .,.,-- I QKMLM f fa:.+f f'ff3g?f4pdQXVm3 wx t D ,KJV W GARCHIVE 1 9 4 2 S.. -nivgg ,Y .ivk 416-' 2--' 555- ff? 5 :- ,Wi G. A. R. MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL WILKES-BARRE, PA. Four FOREWORD ODAY, we inevitably hear the question put forth, "What are you doing for the cause?" It is as common as, "How are you?", or, "Nice day, isn't it?" Iust what, then, can one expect from this younger crowd, these graduates? It is a question of vital importance. Our young men graduates enthusiastically anticipate the chance to help Win this war. Most of them will be members of the -service. Others will take care of important civilian jobs. Our young women graduates will be repre- sented in the service also. The majority will take over key positions vacated by those who now serve in our anned forcesf E.. No matter what the task or who the doer, you can rely on us. Our President has pledged an all-out war for ultimate victory. It is our desire to follow him through to this final victory. And by final we hope and trust the causes for future wars will be removed. As future citizens and embryo leaders we must use foresight. We must do away with political, racial, and religious jealousies. We must do our part in making this victory the Final one. E CGNTENTS Page Dedication - 6 Underclassmen - 9 Seventh Grade 10 Eighth Grade ll Ninth Grade - 13 Tenth Grade - 18 Eleventh Grade 21 Student Organizations 25 Iunior High School - 26 Senior High School - 30 Clubs - - - 33 Athletics - 41 Stage and Music - 49 Publications ---- 55 Willzes-Barre Schools Administration y- 59 G. A. R. High School Administration 60 Seniors ---- 63 Senior Index 83 Calendar - 91 Five Six DEDICATION We, the Class of 1942, are different. Circum- stances have made us so, because we are the first class to graduate from G. A. R. Memorial High School while this great country of ours is at war. Therefore, being different, we assume special privileges. One great privilege that we dare to take upon our shoulders is in making a Triple Dedication of this volume of the Gar- chive. First: We, the Class of 1942, dedicate this volume to Miss Gertrude Silvius, who has spent her life in the field of education and who has given unstintingly of her time and effort in the progress of those boys and girls with whom she has come in contact. And now upon her retire- ment she can look back upon her handiwork and the echo returns. "Wel1 done." The Class of 1942 wishes many years of continued happi- ness to you, Miss Silvius. Second: We, the Class of 1942, dedicate this volume to Messers. Gilbert Schappert, William Iones, Charles Collini, and Walter Wood. They are the first members of our faculty to be called to the colors. We miss them, for they filled an important niche in our lives. We wish them a speedy and safe retum. Third: We, the Class of 1942, dedicate this volume to those former students who have given their lives for this country of ours and to those who are now doing their bit. Their sacrifices and work will become a part of the tradition of G. A. R. Memorial High School. It has been a difficult task to collect all the names and pictures of the boys, and the staff had no intention of omitting any. It is no over- sight, but the shortness of time, if any pictures or names are inadvertently omitted. Miss Gertrude Silvius THE RGLL OF HONORF or FORMER STUDENTS WHO ARE NOW SERVING 'THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ARMY James Abraham Shelfe Abraham Joseph Adams Edward Adomaitis David Albrecht Albert Ameable Horace B. Angrove Lucus Assid Morris Berman Ray Blaum Francis Brannon Milton Brown John Buziuk Sidney Carsmen - Fred Charles Carl Clausen Albert Clocker Anthony Curry Richard Curry Morris Cutler Sam Cutler Leroy Davis Kenneth Dean Victor De Luca Jack Edgell John Etzell Maurice Evans Saul Finkleman Douglas Flowers John Foster Bill Gaynor Mike Gazey George George Isadore Goldstein Charles Gribble Alex Gulick Michael Gulick John Gulick, Jr. John Hakim Eight Mike Hakim Hubert Hannon Hapert Hart Fred Homnick Billy Hughes Richard Hurst William Hurst Samuel Iorio Ronald Isaac John Ieckell Anthony Johns Donald Jones Jack Jones Thomas Jones James Joseph Leo Kaida Robert Kambies Albert Karp Joe Kassat Patrick Keating Bill Keller Edward Keller Patrick Kelly Floyd Kester George Knopic Zigmund Koniii Ben Kornblatt Teddy Kresh Carl Laboda Morris Levey Billy Lewall Bill Lloyd Joe Lumbis Paul Luty Peter Lynch Joe Maiaskas Edward Malta Sisto Marinelli William Martin Leo Matkins Richard Mike 'k Lawrence Miller Irving Miller Abe Mitchell Francis Mitchneck Jake Mitchneck Joseph Mollahan Vito Monto Teddy Moran Morris Moskow John McAndrew Harold McAvoy Robert McConologue William McGowan James McGreevey Jack McPeek Peter Nardell Arthur Nolan Albert Oliver Elmer Oliver Thomas O'Rourke Thomas Ostroski Charles Panes Arnold Parks Charles Payne Jerome Pearlman Michael Petrella Bill Phillips Joseph Pilch Herman Propker John Ras Clem Reckus Julius Rein William Revitt Robert Richardson Anthony Rollo Henry Romiski Harry Russ Louis Saracino Sam Sarcino Edward Sarnoski Francis Savitski Angele Sergi Tony Shaker Phillip Sheridan Joo Shieldski Sam Simon Joe Sincavage Frank Sividenski Charles Skurkis Abe Stein Ben Stemper Allred Stilp Sidney Sullum Stanley Szarek Tommy Tedesco Peter Terescavage Harold Thomas Robert Thomas Livio Trapaneze Meyer Troy Howard Worley Bob Wren Albert Yencharis Edward Zakaraskas Sam Zatcofi Charles Zimitis ' NATIY John Barrett William Barrett Tom Black Fred Charles Joseph Chizek Stanley Chizek Sam Cross Bernard Delleman CMissingl Richard Finn Edward Flannagan John Gartner Thomas Hughes Joe Kastelnick Henry Laboda Sisto Maranelli William Martin James H. McAndrew Joe Petyak iKilled In Anthony Poltanavich Frank Romanick Dominic Tedesko Robert Thomas Harry Womelsdorl MARINES Albert Ballier Harry Coats George Decker Leo Elias Joe Evena Joe Grzyb John Hersteck Louis Lenovitz John Okrogli Ray Raykovitz Barney Sawiek Melvin Schlom Michael Steiionetti Joseph Williams AIR CORPS William Allen Albert Baker Ted Cross James Decker Joseph Haslinsky Edward Jama James Joseph Robert Kaiser Elmer Oliver Tom O'Rourke Thomas Owens Harold Stivers John Thomas Howard Worley Actionl CLASSES 'f I 7th GRADE Ten MISS I-IAHN-112 First row: E. McCabe, E. Pytell, M. Lutes, M. Goeckel. L. Moresco. H. Bud- zyn, I. Walton. M. Lovendusky. Second row: Miss Hahn, D. Hartman, S. Troy, H. Martin, M. Williams. E. Mengok, R. Kwastcrvich. Yankoski. D. Glovin. Third row: M. Shaughnessy. N. Llewel- lyn, I. Sincavage, G. Stenccxvcxge. D. Brandt, H. Noble, A. Silkin, A. Cam- pella, D. Malta. Fourth row: B. McFad- den. L. Polininski, R. Phillips, E. Harrity, D. Steinert. H. Hockenbury, A. Bonoma, I. Rohart, E. Lock. MRS. KLEIN'-113 First row: I. Hutnick, B. Luft. G. Cook, D. Shimcott, R. Perlman, E. Tarutis, R. Mitelski. Second row: M. Collins, M. Gallagher, R. Kaschenbach. C. Weiss, A. Decker. T. Posukonis, R. Stark, M. Kelly. C. Gugliotti. Third row: E. Piwin- ski, I. Colony, L. Cohan. I. Civarella, R. McKay, R. Stahley, C. Bergstrusser, H. Gabriel. Fourth row: I. Isaac, I. Spi- nosa, N. Austin, I. Oldsey, P. Stankowf ski, T. Bozenko. M. Castrignano, W. Richardson. MISS MOYER-114 First row: R. Krombel. R. Most. I. German, I. Tcrlcrrczyk, R. Williams, S. Reno, B. Dehaut. R. Blaker, G. Webby. Second row: W. Daywood, A. Meluzzo, R. Maslowski. I. Barron. I. Okrasinslci, L. Price, F. Panek, L. Poperowitz, I. Hassick. Third row: Miss Moyer, C. Orowicz, C. Bicmchino, T. McEneny, B. Phillips, A. Ferro, E. Korey. T. Curry, R. Schmid. Fourth row: E. Thomas, M. Walsh, A. Shalkauskas, N. Owens, M. Kirkutis, C. Perugino, E. Decker. E. George, G. Cecere. x MR. WOOD-1 15 First row: T. Hall, C. Lipkin. C. Bcr- rone, M. Kalo. L. Ellis, M. Zoeller. Sec- ond row: Mr. Wood, T. Fornett, H. Malinowski, V. Gentile, I. Rudzenski, I. Erdmcm, B. Williams, E. McAneny. Third row: A. Wcrlakonis, Leo Smith, R. Long. F. Dehcxut. E. Woronka. I. George, R. Carter. G. Thomas. Fourth row: C. Altczvillcr, I. Olertcr, L. Olszewski. E. Mollahan, M. Goldstein, E. Theiman, R. Ahlbrandt, L. Rayeski. MISS G. SILVIUS-111 First row: A. Orlando, L. Martin, S. Minnick. I. Capriotti, E. Chernyl, L. Wade, F. Maita, T. Konecka, C. Soba. Second row: L. Novak, M. Mike, P. Batiste, I. Pytell, B. Gdovin, A. Monte. M. Ertle, R. Perrella. T. Petruzzini. Third row: R. Patsko, G. Martin. I. Thomas, I. Ferrucci, R. Zampetti, H. Stempin, B. Schwartz. K. Hughes, S. Pawlowski. G. Handza. Fourth row: D. Miller, I. Rod- gers, A. Krokoski. I. Cross. C. Kishick. R. Duttinger. E. Wyda, C. Roth. I. Kleem. MISS BUDDY--209 First row: A Behm. S. Ellis, R. Rohde, B. Iones. M. DeRocco. R. Edgar, R. Col- tey. M. Conrad. Second row: Miss Ruddy, D. Charles, C. Brody, M. Thom- as, M. Elias, A. Lucarino, M. Thomas, D. Decker. I. Skurkis. Third row: R. Amann, B. Bedwick. R. Woods. V. Len- czefsky, R. DiSanto. N. Perkins, A. Stern, F. Behm. R. Bassler. Fourth row: A. Buck, R. Decker, I. Ashman, A. Gass- ner, W. Drum, G. Collier. D. Gassner, I. Harrity. R. Charles. MISS M. SILVIUS-208 First row: H. Suchowiecki, M. Peters. D. Rayeski. M. Iones, D. Passeri. S. Hoskins. D. Martin, F. Smalls. Second row: Miss Silvius, M. Kelly, D. Orloske. M. DeMasi, G. Chiloro, G. Remphrey. C. Marsiccmo, W. Pensak, M. Goichman. Third row: D. Fuller, W. Schrode, W. Cook, R. Morris, W. Scott. R. Williams, V. Maori, I. Dutty, I. Flannery, C. Thom- as. Fourth row: A. Petrillo. A. Kajda. I. Chmiel, I. Baltrus, I. McCabe. D. Mc- Dade, R. Carey, I. Mascilak, I. Downie, F. Smith, R. Foster. I.. MISS E. WILLIAMS-208 First row: F. Zavila, R. Skawski, M. McGreevy, T. Elias, F. Teresinaki, A. Flynn, A. Martinez. D. Mills. Second row: Miss Williams. A. Colonna, R. La- boda. D. Zavislak, A. Ioseph, M. Houck. M. Salvi, W. Dombroski. E. Lovett, G. Endler. Third row: I. Cook, E. Keller, W. Grimes. E. Talkiewicz, F. Daniels, R. Gilbert, G. Glacer. M. Saba. Fourth row: T. Carr. P. Kassob, W. Blocker. A. Thiel. W. Garret. D. Phillips, I. Fedon- czak. I. Sherman, A. Roof. Sth GRADE Eleven Sth GRADE Twelve MR. COLLINI-201 First row: P. Kester. E. Yatko. I. Sleigo. B. Piper, E. Yurko, B. Lowe. L. Ioseph. M. Hughes. F. Ostrowski. Sec- ond row: Mr. Collini, A. Harry. M. Stork. I. Zobel. C. Monto, P. Bristol, D. Davis. F. Paulcmka, W. Sevitski. A. Chianicci. Third row: I. Kelly. I. Marich. B. Gallagher, C. Sorcrcino, I. Carlin. R. Konsavcge. K. Stesney, E. Romiski. I. Pinchock. L. Rallo. A. DeLuca. Fourth row: V. DeLida. R. Hannye. R. Mala- sius, E. Bristol. I. Swiderski, E. De- Michele. E. Tcrrloski, F. Bradshaw, H. Kambies, D. Kerins. MISS HART--211 First row: H. Conner. M. Hasenphig, E. Valento. A. Kenny, A. Davis. G. Winton, M. Audi. H. Gill, H. Scott. Second row: Miss Hart. D. Dorko. M. Gigentelli. M. Williams, M. Cross, P. Saba, A. Iamities, S. Wills, R. Klein. Third row: L. Edwards, W. Cook. A. Magera. P. Glasser, W. Conwell. I. O'Donnell, A. Philpots. A. DalSan!o. H. Simms. I. Helirick. Fourth row: F. Wil- liams, S. Dean, W. Cotter, P. McGavin. A. Ruzgis, F. Patsey. I. Zetsko, R. George, L. Harron. W. Loftus. gf 1":"l' 3 3' 'Mig Miss HOARY-215 A First row: D. Horowitz, A. Gross. R. Zakaraski, E. Albrecht, I. Miller, T. Mike. F. Dolny. D. Konecka, P. Austin. Sec- ond row: Miss Houry, D. Kcrram, P. George, E. Schooley, B. Hotiman. S. Ras. F. Chmiel. W. Cease. Third row: W. Womelsdorf, T. Thomas, V. Tedesco, F. Fried. R. Nesbit, I. Gilbert, A. Rauscher. I. Anthony, I. Martino. MISS BAUR-2 07 First row: G. Yazheck. F. Zakaraski. D. Cross, M. Paduck, R. Moody. I. Bar- atta, R. Gallagher, M. Swytck. Second row: Miss Baur, V. Nardone, R. Novick, E. Reese. B. Ralston. I. Dolny, H. Lum- bis. B. Flaherty. F. Urban. Third row: I. Hogan. I. Gallumo. I. Reh. E. Palla- dino, H. Miller. L. Phoenix, A. Savig- nano, R. Tobin, S. Korey. W. Zeek. Fourth row: G. Iohn. C. Graziano. F. Fischer, B. Iones, R. Snyder, P. Evans. T. Griffith, I. Hyder, E. Mailander. MR. MAGUIRE-110 First row: I. Magera, H. Vandermark, I. Evans, I. Ulgherait. R. Hefferman, L. Kaschenbach, R. Owens, E. Bucham, L. Wienstock, E. Tabbit. Second row: Mr. W. Maguire, I. Wivell. N. Helvig, B. Eckofi, F. Wierybicki, V. Lewis, D. Rinker. B. Musser. T. Davies. Third row: F. McFadden. I. Riley, I. Decker, I. Burnetski, S. Sabitsky, B. Decker, C. Rosspittsik, E. Ritts, T. Villani. MR. WARDEN-116 First row: H. Iudqe, V. Maminski, P. Keen. M. Budzyn, D. Davis, I. Owen, F. Urban, M. Paskwich. Second row: Mr. Warden, C. Yurio, R. Isaac, N. Bas- sler, G. Ney. R. Sergi. M. Wint, P. Gelb, F. Macierowski. Third row: E. Smith. D. Heck, M. Baker, V. Povilaitis, S Bozuiko, I. Boker, W. McGIynn, F. Hei- feran. D. Iones. Fourth row: C. Tusin- skig' C. Lahr. F. Ford. H. Meeker. D. Al- brandt, W. Iones. M. Villarossa., ',,,Vol- ley, F. Davis, A. Iozapaitis. Tl MRS. LOUGHRAN-118 First row: R. Barberia, C. Morroro, G. Lipkan, F. Mainolfi, B. Trotto, T. Iohns. R. Thorpe, S. Toton, -G. Moran. L. Lynch. Second row: Mrs. Loughran, L. Davis, I. Simerson, R. Pasone, D. Herskowitz, A. Tavana, I. Chamick. M. Lyons, I. Lynch. Third row: T. Swart- wood, L. Decker, M. Ellman. V. Villani, R. Swiderski. D. Kermish, I. Owens. R. Storz, B. Walker, G. Kreidler. Fourth row: E. Mislak, B. Shiner, I. Achey, B. Stetsney, A. Lynn. I. Zigmont, D. Bekam- pus, V. Borman, L. Dlugazewski. I. Kazimer. MISS E. O'DONNELL-202 First row: C. Buccina, S. Kanner, C. Conner, S. Rayeski, R. Levy. R. Martin, O. Gulick, I. McGrath. Second row: Miss O'Donne11, U. Lutes. C. Morasky, I. Brown, B. Savino. A. Paltanavich, M. Anthony, M. Zeigenfus, H. Vasquez, L. Melluzza. Third row: R. Dugan. 'D. Gardner, R. Kane. P. Mulcahy, I. Stem- pin, L. Kratz, W. Breese, W. Rernphrey, I. Colonna, R. Martin. Fourth row: R. Marinelli, R. Woronka, R. O'Donne1I. I. Mohan, I. Lowery, P. Dombroski, E. Iimison, S. Dudek. C. Medon. W. Zekas. 9th GRADE K . Thirteen 5' l raw 9th GRADE Fourteen I MISS STEMPLES--203 First row: T. Charles, I. Cecere, R. Perlman, M. Connor, G. Davis, K. Phil- lips, M. Hinerfeld, F. Lagonegro. D. Der- levich. Second row: Miss Stemples, G. Davis. B. Hall, B. Stankiewicz, A. Monto. A. Lewis, M. Naum, M. Iacobson. M. L. Everett, M. Grohowski. Third row: R. Compton. E. Krombel, T. Moses, M. Sen- ese. M. Green, L. Michael, A. Oleniak, I. Hassy. R. Berger, D. Thomas. Fourth row: I. L. Schmid. I. Assid, E. Shal- kauskas, D. Evans. A. Daley, F. Pas- kevich. R. Pelton, I. E. Schmid, I. Gresh, R. Bassler. 752.1 mfr... First row: I. Piccarreta, E. Bronchik, M. Nallen, F. Chipelewski, G. Lemke. W. Kelley. S. Cuscela, T. Decker. Sec- ond row: Mr. Dobb, G. Apostol. M. Simakaski, S. Rodgers, L. Granda, T. Frankoviak, R. O'Me1ia, I. Lenahan. Third row: E. Hall, R. Albrecht, B. Mc- Dade. D. Gould, D. Perrins. P. Kastel- nick, C. Hughes, M. Horton, E. Delinsky. Fourth row: A. Albert, N. Iones, R. Iano- ski. R. Schultz, I. Ruddy. E, Cohen. V. Lorusso, H. Aqua, R. Ioseph. MRS. EVANS-2 1 0 First row: D. Lavelle, A. Petruzzini, I. Stencavage, E. Kusman, D. Ienkins. D. Pierce, L. Sioltz, A. Pallazzari. Sec- ond row: Mrs. Evans, G. McAvoy, R. Newman. I. Boyle, H. Ahrendts, R. Sara- cino, H. Savage, R. Salvage. Third row: W. Nardone. W. Glawe, D. Poperowitz, G. Firm. I. Lloyd, E. Dalla Verde, I. Elias, M. Stein, S. Greenburq. Fourth row: I. Himelstein, R. Zielazienski, F. Gabel, A. Magli, C. Ott, G. Malcarne. I. Pawlawski, H. Malkemes, E. Lidz, R. Kraft. MISS LORD-212 First row: C. Birnbaum. R. McCabe. E. Ioseph, G. Pensak, M. Wilson. G. Williams. D. Cera. B. Price. Second row: Miss Lord, C. Zampetti. L. DeBiasi, M. Rose, D. Balleck, B. Himelstein, M. Dyke. A. Harrity, M. I. Martin, M. Ackerman, A. Collins. Third row: V. Marich, I. Lovendusky, L. Pudim, R. Philpotts, A. Manochio, H. Stucker, R. Iones, I. Sirota, P. McAneny, M. Verdi. Fourth row: D. Langan, F. Thornton, R. Fasulka, R. Fischer, P. Fiaschi, P. Benjamin, W. Snee, W. Morgan, L. Stcredele, C. Storm. A. Angelo. MISS MALINOWSKI-205 First row: M. McGinley. R. Kane, M. Golightly. A. Piwinski, B. Fenner, D. Urbanski, M. Washington. A. Leskosky. M. Dlugoszewski. Second row: Miss Malinowski, A. Brown. M. Kelly. B. Patterson, E. Smith. C. Devaney, D. White, A. Smith, E. Wicks. S. Karp. Third row: L. Majikes. I. Capriotti. G. Mozuraitis. I. Ostroski. I. Cease, D. Sa- vignano. I. Sielicki, E. Serhan, F. Ga- lano. P. Nardone, F. Cawley. Fourth row: V. Buccianna, E. Bogumil, S. Davis, R. Morgans. C. Stesney, S. Fendler. R. Davis, P. Corbett. I. Taylor, I. Monte, A. Okrongly. MISS REGAN-214 First row: G. Sine. F. Mosuta, R. Cross. M. Sims. D. Morasky, F. Slomo- vitz, I. Coury, S. Dziedziak. Second row: Miss Regan. D. Rowlands, M. Ahl- brant. L. Tippet. M. Corrigan. L. Davis, M. Schultz. G. Barnes. H. Okrogli. A. Moyles. Third row: B. Neckrich. W. Shock. A. Steionetti. I. Brennan. I. White, I. Hughes. F. Loftus, R. Lieb. W. Gruver. Fourth row: C. Chimolia. G. Yazbeck. P. Palladino, L. Pasquini. I. McCabe. R. Buickus. P. Thomas. I. Plantarich, T. Nardone, R. Pugh. MISS PHILLIPS--216 First row: I. Thomas. M. Bradshaw. T. Williams, E. Kaufman. T. Yanushonis. I. Gavlick. L. Martin. R. Williams. Sec- ond row: R. Chemin, B. Khristiansen. W. Macorkel. V. Oliver, R. Everett. T. George. A. Ellis, G. Ryan, H. Orowitz. Third row: T. Dougherty. I. Sebastian, E. Mitelsky, G. Boline. G. Santewan, R. McDonald, G. Hakim, I. Pugh. I. Dun- bar. Fourth row: I. Klimek, I. Ney. H. Meyers, I. Yensavage, F. Honeywell, H. Allen, I. Evans. A. Scureman, A. Car- dinali, L. George. 10th GR DE Eighteen MISS MILE!-IAM-204 First row: R.Feisi. I. Skeras. I. Mati- konis. H. McCloskey. E. Sebastian. E. Rutkoski. Y. Burginia, M. George. Sec- ond row: Miss Mileham, W. Poplaski. M. Lloyd, A. Stanziale, E. -Speer, C. Saba. I. Rodgers, T. Kennedy, L. Wag- ner. Third row: A. Gullo. F. Holzman, T. Iones. L. Hoyt, M. Chook. A. Tra- panese, E. Klapot. R. Martin. A. Sakey. Fourth row: W. Heberling. I. Harrity, A. Shinder. A. McCarthy, I. Salwosl-ri, W. Weiss, S. Dolinski, A. Zimenoii, C. Adams, R. Ziegler, S. Simoncavage. MISS O'CON'NELLA!U6 First row: B. Smith, C. Talkiewicz, I. Gillespie, R. Ciavarella, E. Schmid, R. Evans, T. Oldziewski, E. O'Lerta. Sec- ond row: Miss O'Connell. R. Iohnson, R. Roman, C. Castrignano, E. Dennis, I. Loftus, B. Iones, C. Riggio. R. Bozzey. Third row: A. Petyak, R. Ashkoff, I. Morio, I. George, W. Iames, I. Grohol, I. Klein, E. Hughes, P. Williams. Fourth row: I. Shiner, T. Butler, L. Roth, S. Savitz, I. Kaplan, I. Moresco, D. Moody, I. Washinis, M. McEneny. S. Kornacki. MR. I-IERMAN--3 01 First row: C. Deluca, R. Petro, F. Kwochka, B. Campanella, C. Raczkow- ski, V. Konsavage, S. Currie. Second row: Mr. Herman, I. Robson, C. Mc- Gowan, E. Balutis, M. Sarnoski, B. Her- stek, M. Ruddy. E. Pograniczny, L. Kanner. Third row: I. Brislin, R. Simon, I. O'Rourke, P. Kambies, H. Snyder. H. Weinberg, O. Owens. G. Storz. T. Aus- tin. Fourth row: W. Yurak, E. Klepacki. H. Meeker, C. Swenski, T. Hoifman, W. Iackson, C. Piotrowski, W. Plantarich, I. Williamson, I. Skawski. MR. OWEN-302 First row: M. Cochrane, E. Cecere, Y. Gazey, D. Capriotti, C. Martino. R. Zampetti, B. Stilp. Second row: Mr. Owen, E. Gothier, R. Gorham. A. Gross. Cf Schmid. M. Handza, E. Price, L. Bar- atta, S. Tripp, W. Owen. Third row: G. Audi, P. Mengak, F. Hoedl, S. Du- binski, M. Margo, F. Parrish, D. Flynn. L. Kanner. W. Galey, L. Gallagher, I. DeRocco. Fourth row: T. Ellis, A. Eigen- brod, D. Linker, L. Fischer, R. Lopatto, I. Miller, R. Mace. H. Rein, B. Zobel, F. Habib. MR. IONES-303 First row: G. Morrissey, H. Ioseph, I. Grz wacz. F Hendericks. P Davies y . . , M. Sincavage. L. Olex, R. Steinert. Second row: Mr. Iones. L. Davis, E Sokolek. 'D. Kairaitis, F. Miller, M Owens, G. Fink, D. Robinson, H. Cecere Third row: P. Llewellyn, I. Miller, A Zavorski, N. Gullo, C. Mackiewicz. A Miller. D. Gilbert. I. Dombroski. S. Rich- ards. Fourth row: T. Zavela, W. Schwartz. M. Davis, P. Andrews, I. Llewellyn, H. McDonald, L. Kalcxlut, W. Lowe, B. Goeckel. MH. SCHMIDT-304 First row: V. Flakes. A. Ryan, K. Hassick, B. Ioseph. G. Hyder. H. Schrode, N. Brennan, I. Bauer. I. Shiner. Second row: Mr. Schmidt, K. Gruver. T. Kester, E. Kemmerer, N. Decker. L. Smith. I. Nardone, S. Starke. I. Langley. B. Moran. Third row: T. Thomas. M. Dell'Aglio, L. Nardone, A. Orekinto. E. Koury, I. Berger. M. Lewis. W. Evans. L. West. Fourth row: R. Robbins. B. Zaikosl-ri, I. Glasser. D. Necknich, B. Corbett. I. McFarland. I. Peloso, S. Pa- duck, W. Riley. MISS G. WILLIAMS-308 First row: R. Skobodzinski. M. Kerins, M. Belchunes, R. Mack, L. Zakarauskas, A. Kelly, K. Birk, E. Carter. Second row: F. Terosavaqe, B. Winton, L. Pe- truzini, M. Weber. M. Kasper. M. Reiser, M. Foster, A. Marino, A. Ciavarellcx. Third row: F. Iozapaitis, E. Yapsuga, C. Moyles. L. Barashuskas. F. Kleem, I. Walters, A. Cecere. F. Kywak. MISS LAIDLER-309 First row: B. Thomas. V. Dombroski, R. Swartwood, F. Valenta, V. Haynoski, M. Stepniewski, S. Collins. Second row: C. Dayis, F. Okrosinslci, F. Chemin, F. Wojick. A. Pietlukiewicz, D. Majikas. I. Swantik. Third row: Miss Lcxidler. L Martin, I. Emanski, R. Nolan. A. Allan, I. Barberio. Fourth row: I. Shaiman, E. Smith, L. Wolfe. I. Waltos, F. Don- nelly. W. Iones. I. Woronka, C. Rayeski. 10th, GRADE Nineteen 10th GRADE Twenty v, , JP, 14- . ' . .gex ' . F' -"J, MR. ROBERTS-312 First row: M. Assid. M. Obercitis, C. Ney. Y. Charles. E. Luft. A. Scott, L. Saracino, A. Williams, M. Hay. Second row: Mr. E. Roberts. W. Novick, V. Branddlino. W. Langcn. M. Ccxiirey. P. Butkus. W. Blcsco. A. Langley. W. Stocher. D. George. MISS ROSS!-IR-313 First row: S. Huliord, R. Clocker. T. Krombel, R. Godleski. I. Godleski. R. Daywood. Second row: Miss WI. Hosser. M. Oliver. E. Ioseph. B. Winton, M. Mucho, O. De Cinti. L. Miall. Third row: L. Krcrchenfels. G. Mike, C. Schwartz. I. Woychick, G. Carroll. F. Ccxstrignono. A. Levy. C. Carter. Fourth row: F. Baumann, T. O'Donnell, L. Ostroski. B. Guttermcm. I. Gallagher. R. Stevens, I. Chulvick. M. Teich. C ND? 11th GRADE 1 ,I MISS LEONARD-310 First row: M. Gates, F. Grcmda, M. Tripp, D. Moses, L. Pogrcmiczky, A. Iohnson, S. Gizzo, C. Ioseph, I. Ictmcr. Second row: H. Evans. W. Gillmun. M. Burke, S. Burgos, R. Bcxssler, H. Butler, B. Stanish, L. Torrecmce, H. Pawlowski. Third row: I. Kristianson, I. Bcxsler, D. Andes, T. Swobodcr, F. Zielcrzienski, W. Ioseph, L. Smith. I. Ycrshkus. Fourth row: D. Cuscelc, E. Rus, I. Lyons. A. Zakaraskcxs, K. Perschuu, I. Bempkins, M. Roth, E. Roebuck. SS DEMBI 14 F' ro ' . Brannon. N. Stencavccge. . e B. Norkus, H. Lock. A. : kowiak. A. Teroscxvcrge. T. sli , . Beckwith, H. Milcsius, A. rla P. Tote, E. Elias. Third row: . Mu i, I. Mulreuny, R. Guwlcxs. D. hompson. W. Stevens, T. Gill, I. Stein, W. Simmers, I. Finkelstein. Fourth row: I. George, R. Coger. L. Andes, B. Gil- bert. I. Wende, W. Rudy, I. Connelly, E. Fried, R. Petrick, D. Verdi. . indler, M. Yurko. Second Miss R. o'noNNE1.L4-104 First row: A. Austin. I. Patsko, E. Anthony, D. Shcthwan. I. Vanden-nark, H. Woods, H. Nurdone. Second row: P. Evans, I. Icxckson, F. Mowery, A. Yus- kas, E. A Ycmchunis, R. Tcxlkiewicz, I. Hcxuse. C. DiSanto. Third row: H. Youe ells, T. Icxrnes. W. Stanziale, I. Kraft, R. Bcxur. E. Ioseph, I. Messer. Fourth row: G. Albert, A. Martin, F. Kimble, V. Ruzgitis, C. Eckcrdt, E. Orloski, M. Scott, A. Gelb. MR. WHITNEY-407 First row: E. Cruser, I. Martino. L. Hill. M. Edwards. L. Olenick. R. Rowan. Second row: Mr. Whitney, H. Kester. A. Silvick, C. Stcredele, C. George. A. Herstek, M. McGowan. Third row: F. Wint. W. Pcrsonick, S. Hughes. A. Iorio. N. Saba, H. Schultz, E. Lyons, T. Wahl. Fourth row: F. Bekampus. I. Gudctitis. I. Morusky. L. Krutz, L. Ashotf, F. Gries- hclber, P. Davis, I. Heberling, T. Thomp- son. 1 MQKQ- 04-1-we XX V ct A ' 2 G I Y f . ,fy Iuq, , Y 5504-'CfCa-1-'J-9 V, L .A J I jyJJXl. f' ' ' af, ,. , ,iuvph f.. .1 MR. CHESNEY-408 First row: G. Kratz. H. George, M. lf gf 'bfi tiff' 11fh GRAT5'A?S32xfl Wm rf v .64 l Xl S0 -.. l .Qi V X. 1 KY Srl N Gb, .Q as-- Twenty-two ".1 f ., ,V rr J .,u .3-. ' lf' Kaiser. A. Simmers. G. Musser. N. Bernstein, G. Villoroso. Second row: Mr. Chesney. D. Iozapaitis, M. Mushin- ski, C. Lasman, H. Sergi, M. Keen, A. Guogas. M. Finnegan, G. Davis. Third row: F. Iudge. D. Griffiths, A. Hodick, B. Finnegan, A. Milelski. W. Abraham, G. Brandt, S. Michael. Fourth row: H. Sienkiewicz. S. Siberski. F. Evans. G. Evanoski, Talarsky, P. Kretchmer. A. Peters. F.' oloman. P. Margo. ff. fa. X414-I fl' ...ij Mn. 1. RUDDY-409 Mf' First row: T. Wielgasz, I G. Turoii. P. Scureman. F. Sutkus. B. Mor- gan. P. Conwell, H. Mayerhoier. H. Coury. Second row: Mr. Ruddy. B. Evans. H. Snyder, M. Thomas. D. Shas- kas, M. Cera. M. Falkowski. O. Karam. M. Sloane. Third row: B. Opet. I. O'Conne1l. I. Catrina, G. Ellis. G. Sakey. B. Supplee. N. Davis, S. Delia. Fourth row: I. Gerchack, I. Malinowski. B. Un- gar. W. Zawilski, I. Bennetto. S. Novin- ski, A. Decker, R. Carpist. L. Finnegan. MR. STEINHAUER-410 First row: R. George, E. Petrella. K. Shea. A. Weron, H. Sidelnick. H. Toten. S. Rashewsky. Second row: Mr. Stein- hauer, M. Klein, S. Finkleman, R. Sirota. I. Lynch. I. Davis, B. Kupris. R. Bala. Third row: I. Audi, F. Chmiola, E. Buzuik, B. Iones, C. Fedonczak, H. Flowers. Fourth row: F. Kalaiut, I. Volley, F. Kirkutis. E. Uzdilla, R. Dor- ang. V. Magdalinskas, R, Daley. MISS A. HENRY-412 First row: E. Atherholt, W. Dziedziak, D. Owens, B. Abraham. A. Umlah. C. Stern, C. Dumble. B. Lukesh. Second row: Miss Henry, E. Blocker, H. Daqid- son. D. Schick, M. Gill. I. Halko, M. Chulvick, I. Martin. E. Walters. Third row: N. Goldberg, L. Iacobson. D. Art- mont. R. Yuknavage, R. Tippett. I. Gill- man, T. Tornovich, G. Richardson. Fourth row: M. Paduck, S. Altavilla. I. Dubinsky. L. Davis, R. Novakoski, I. Priestash. S. Morgan, I. Rosenbaum. A STUDENT GRGANIZATIONS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOCL IR. H. S. BLUE AND GRAY REPORTEHS First row: H. Noble, G. Chilora, W. Penscrk, I. Owen, G. Winton. H. Budzyn, M. Wilson. Second row: S. Karp. Miss Moyer, Adviser: I. Baltrus, R. Volley, I. Boyle, S. Fendler. M. Ackerman, I. Ulgherait, M. Horton, R. Kane, V. DeLuca. IR. H. S. SECRETABIES AND REPRESENTATIVES First row: F. Paulanka, I. Miller. B Gdovin. B. Swiderski, M. McCabe, G Winton. F. Ostrowski. G. Chilora. I Rudzenski, F. Urban, B. Flaherty. Sec- ond row: E. Wicks. M. Verdi, C. Bern- baum. A. Lynn. I. Pytell. G. Cook, S Rayeski. G. McAvoy. I. Boyle. M Green. I. Skurkis, I. Brown. Third row. R. Schmid, D. Konecka, M. Bradshaw. W. Nardon, I. Barron, I. Germann. I. Isaac, R. Berger. L. Phillis. V. Gentile. W. Pensak, N. Bcrsler. Fourth row: W. Loftus. B. McFadden. R. Decker. H. Io- seph, B. Hoffman. W. Cease, C. Tuslin- ski. T. Nardon, W. Blocker. F. Loftus, A. Colonncr. S. Karp. Twenty-six IR. H. S. BANK CASHIERS First row: T. McEneny. M. Gallagher, M. Conner, C. Conner, E. Machonis, F. Grandcr. A. Davis, R. Perrella, M. Kelly. G. Ryan. Second row: A. Ioseph, D. Ienkins, R. Isaac, L. Tibbet, L. DeBiasi. D. Herskowitz, B. Bernice, C. Stesney, L. Ioseph, I. Kane, M. Golightly. Third row: G. Martin. I. Anthony. B. Bed- wiclc, R. Woods, G. Palladino, H. Miller, I. Brennan. I. Gilbert, E. Harrity, W. Richardson. E. Keller, H. Novle, G. Webby. Fourth row: A. Mcmochio. W. Melan, I. Wivell, I. Mohan, D. McDade, F. Honeywell, D. Rinker. F. Patsey, I. Gresh, R. Ahlbrandt. I. Bokar. L. Smith. IR. H. S. ASSEMBLY SQUAD First row: R. Kachbauch, H. Connor. E. Valinta, M. Hassenplug, D. Dorko. M. Deflocco, T. Mike, A. Gross. Second row: A. Lynn, P. Corrigan, M. Shultz. D. Balleck, M. Simakaski, S. Wills. B. Flarrity, F. Urbin, M. Martin, D. Hersko- witz. Third row: G. Thomas, D. Thom- as, H. Noble. E. Harrity. I. Duiiy, I. Kelly, I. Maslowski. N. Perkins. I. Thom- as, A. DelSanto, R. Hannye. L. Smith. Fourth row: N. Austin. S. Reno, N. Blocker, G. Finn, P. Williams. C. Ott, E. Iimison, H. Meeker, S. Deidek, C. Roth. R. Gilbert. E. Serham. IR. H. S. LUNCH CHECKERS First row: M. Iones. W. McCorkel. V. Oliver, M. Verdie. R. Tischler. Pres.: C. Zampetti. I. McGrath, Mr. Pelton, ad- viser. Second row: C. Arowicz, I. Achly. V. Borman, V. Nardone. H. Sav- age, M. Naurn. Third row: M. Nallen. I. Kane, M. Sugtoch. R. Perlman, R Novak. R. Zakaraski. A. Iamitis. F. Dolny. IR. H. S. CAFETERIA PATROL First row: U. Lutz. M. Gallagher, W. McCorkal, M. Iones, R. Tischler. C. Zam- petti. V. Oliver, M. Bradshaw, G. Rem- phrey, D. White. Second row: M Houck. R. Pearlman, E. George. D. Pilch. E. Tarutis, D. Shimcott. E. Chernyl, M. Thomas, l'. Capriotti. G. Barnes, T. Moses. Third row: A. Collins. I. Thom- as. S. Minnick. D. Lavelle. M. Luiz. R. Mitelski. A. Martinez, M. Gallagher. T. Hall. Fourth row: Mr. Pelton. adviser: R. YVood. V. DeLida, A. DeLuca. W. Iones. I. McCabe. R. George. R. Comp- ton, E. Worely, M. Saba. Twenty-seven SR. H. S. STUDENT COUNCIL First row: L. Kaminskas, A. Caiirey. H. Schultz, Secreiary: G. Kupris, Presi- dent: D. Martin, Vice President: M. Weber, T. Thomas. Second row: Miss McAniff, Adviser: G. Audi. S. Morgan, T. Gill, M. Carpist, E. Smith, R. Shiner. G. Davis. Third row: I. Williamson, I. Charles, I. Talkiewicz, W. Kisller, P. Andrews, T. Chmiola, T. Valaikc, I. MacKenzie. SR.. H. S. BANK CASHIERS First row: C. Martino, A. Mitelski, G. Turrofi, E. Machonis, Head Bank Cash- ier: F. Granda. R. Talkiewicz, B. Stilp. Second row: C. Decker, M. Ruddy, M. Acid. H. Sidelnick, Asst. Head Cashier: S. Griitiih. P. Gill. C. Riggio, D. Kratz. M. Thomas. Third row: I. De11'Aglio, I. Wojik, F. Holsman, H. Snyder, I. Gillrncm, H. Youells, L. Martin. Fourth row: C. Tucker, T. Thompson, P. An- drews, H. Gutterrnan, I. Llewellyn, H. Teich, I. Gudaitis, I. Sidelnick, N. Cross. Thirty SR. H. S. H. R. SECRETARIES First row: E. Dennis, K. McCarthy, R. Gawlas, B. Gardner, D. Wf ' M. Kaspar, M. George. Se I M. Pepperling, R. Sirota, I. Falkowski, R. Coats. F. Mil browski, T. Haslinsky. TL' . Bauman, W. Evans, P. M. trosky, I. Waltos, T. Hughes T. Wahl. . ' J' . if' , .r'L"' .' .f ' . . - if .5 , r' J- u pf- X. WM if SR. H. S. CAFETERIA PATROL ' row: D. Owens. R. Gawlas, B. I 'isch1er, President: M. Mc- ' onwell. P. Scureman. Sec- ' Pelion. Adviser: L. Io- 'ies. M. Simon, C. Esseff, .vB. Opet, G. Davis. SENIDR HIGH cHo6i N I SR. H. S. HALL PATROL , First row: C. McGowan. E. Levey, L. Smulovitz, E. Cardinal, M. Geprge, R. Dryan. M. Golightly. M. Finnegan. P. Gill, M. Lloyd. Second row: A. Iohnson. Z. Pearlman, R. Habib, H. Vitchus, Capt.: P. Fisher, Capt.: T. Haslinsky, Capt.: M. Naum, President: M. Umlah. Capt.: H. Mayerhofer. Capt.: M. Al- brecht. R. Umlah, H. Coury. C. Decker. Third row: A. Ciavarella. Y. Burginia. M. Thomas, 'M. Keen, A. Mitelski. H. Davidson. M. Tripp. I. Iackson, E. Po- graniczny, L. Pograniczny, W. Dziedzic. L. Oleniak, R. Levey, Fourth row: Miss McAniff. Adviser: C. Connors, I. Petro. C. Schmidt. E. Schmidt, R. Ciavarella. R. Daywood. F. Sutkus. B. Winton. P. Lle- welyn, A. Oleniak, F. Teresinsky, M. Kocher. Fifth row: A. Ioseph, Rukosky. E. Dennis, M. Pepperling, M. Decker, A Decker. B. Evans, A. Teresavage. B. Kup- ris. K. Shea. . loane, M. Thomas, I. Hakim. Sixth row: M. Lewis, E. Conrad, M. Ruddy. M. Abod, S. Burgess. M. Appel, C. Riggio, S. Finkleman, R. Sirota, A. Miller. R. Lloyd. E. Atherholt. A. Gross. X . .-. . L- . SR. H. S. LUNCH PERMIT CHECKERS ' First row: E. Naum, R. Gawlas, R. O'Rourke, R. Tischler, P. Conwell, D. Kairkaitis. Second row: Mr. Pelton. R. George. T. Moses. M. George. N. Alti- villa. K. McCarthy. H. Toten. Third row: C. Most, C. Talkiewicz, R. Bozzey, R. Talkiewicz, R. Zampetti. D. Nardone, M. Naum. Fourth row: R. Godleski, B. Campanella. C. Castrigano, T. DeRocco. I. Conwell, L. Kaminskas. B. Swenski. C. Raczkowski. R. Clocker. V5 Thirty-one U HER SQUAD First row: I. Wojick. Head Usher: Mr. Highriter, Adviser: T. Haslinsky. L. aminskas. V. Uhlar, C. Stern. A. Ker- vage, I. Davis, D. Martin. Head Usher: ' . Villarosa. Second row: M. Finne- gan, P. Conwell. I. -Iackson, M. Tripp, . Naum, D. Owens. Third row: W. illman. W. Simmers. B. Supplee, T. woboda. A. Hodick, H. Schultz, I. udaitis. Fourth row: L. Davis. A. Mar- tin, R. Novakosky, B. Dorang. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Thirty-two SR. H. S. ASSEMBLY SQUAD First row: O. DeCinti, R. Roman. President: H. George, A. Lahr. B. Swen- ski. M. George, I. Gulick, C. George. Second row: M. Apostle, E. Rutkoski. R. Feist. C. McGowan, A. Yaskas, F. Patsko, B. Abraham, H. Coury, H. May- erhofer. Third row: I. Petro, E. Ioseph, H. McCloskey, L. Mialls, T. Krumble. M. Pepperling, N. Sincavage. D. Albrecht, I. Hakim. Fourth row: N. Cross, L. Stoiber, C. Mecavage, I. Charles, W. Iohns, L. Kwastavich, R. Hummel, P. Ellis. R. Iones, I. Clark. I E :' -.f2i: Q91 LIBRARY CLUB First row: I. Wojick. T. Hughes, B. Gartner, B. Lanterman, E. Price, Secre- tary: I. Bempkins, Vice President: O. Williams, A. Miller, D. Martin, M. Naum. M. Chiloro. Second row: Miss Brooks, Adviser: I. Parker, E. Cecere. G. Chi- loro. M. Handza, A. Mitelski, E. Dennis, B. Winton, H. Coury, B. Opet, H. David- son. A. Smith. Third row: L. Martin. M. Dell'Ag1io, G. McAvoy, M. Tripp, F. Mcxcierowski, I. Iackson, I. Boyle, M. Kelly, M. E. Shaughnessy, B. Phillips, L. Cohan, I. Helirick, A. Silkin. Fourth row: N. Davis, H. Schultz, A. Hodick, R. Lopatto, R. Pelton. P. Corbett, W. Coats, B. Corbett. D. McDade, A. Gelb. Treasurer: A. Ruzgis. F. Smith, W. Cook. wff ,nf WL aff? X CLUBS iyotb ,VV . IR. H. S. ART CLUB First row: B. Loftus, M. McGinley, Treasurer: B. Paterson. President: M. Green, Vice President: R. Martin, Sec- retary. Second row: I. Fetski, H. Hock- enberry, I. Mascilak, G. Cook, I. Lena- han. Third row: F. Patsey, I. Isaac. B. Hoffman, F. Charles. Fourth row: I. Stempin. A. Pauskionis, S. Ras. Fiith row: F. Matta, M. Lutes, B. McFadden, H. Gill. Standing: Miss Hourigan, Ad- viser. Thirty-four xf51.fr1fiEW ART - MATH. X. A. K. First row: H. Rein, D. Bergstrasser, R. Godleski. Second row: H. Milasius. B. Lorusso,-E. Bokar, E. Ford, President. Third row: A. Miller, S. Finkelrnan, R. Kane, Vice President: I. Messer, B. Iohns. Standing: Mr. Murray, Adviser: R. Shiner, S. Richards, Secretary. MATH CLUB First row: I. Hill, S. Davidoff. E. Levy. T. Stitch, President: Mr. Tope, Adviser: D. Kratz, Secretary-Treasurer: D. Coch- rane, O. Williams, A. Caffrey. Second row: I. Mitchell, I. De11'Ag1io, T. Kyjek, R. Deutsch, D. DePhi1lippi, T. Rayeski, N. Clemente, W. Coats. G. Anthony. Third row: B. Moskow, C. Baratta, I. Csenteri, I. McGreevy, F. Maskinas, E. Tarloski, F. Petruzzini, R. Hess. T. Va- laiki. QSECRETARIAL - GAR SCRIBES - SHGRTHAND ARTISTS SECRETARIAL CLUB First row: A. Senuta, L. Smulovitz, R. Anthony. Second row: C. Barone. I. Burnetski. M. Barrett, M. Duffy. Third row: A. Decker, M. Spilgys, H. Vitchus. S. Stein. Fourth row: R. Farrell, I. Conwell, R. Roman, I. Povilaitis. Fifth row: M. Lewis. K. McCarthy. H. Paniz- cko. Standing: B. Savitz, I. Gudaitis, G. Villarosa, E. Naum. H. Coury, T. Haslinsky, I. Cohan, M. Fischer. M. Naurn, I. Hakim, A. Mangano, Mr. Watts, Adviser. SHORTHAND ARTISTS CLUB First row fsittinql: L. Shiner. E. Speer. B. Stilp, C. Deluca, R. Carpist, C. Saba, A. Peters, M. Yurko, B. Thomas. Miss E. Malinowski, Adviser. Second row fstandingl: L. Gallagher, H. Schrode, R. Civarella, M. Kerins. C. Raczkowski, C. Schmid, M. Lloyd, R. Daywood, F. Chemin. L. Olen, R. Clocker, R. Swart- wood, E. Schmid, P. Lellwellyn, B. Smith, L. Krackenfels. Third row fstand- ingl: F. Hoedl. E. Iones, E. Elias, R. Bozzey, M. Reisser, M. Pepperling, L. Zakarauskas, M. Owens. V. Brackna, E. Kemmerer, I. Maiikonis. M. Ruddy, B. Ioseph, I. Nardone, R. Evans, D. Linker, S. Paduck. GARSCRIBES First row: N. Loftus. L. Newitt, A. Decker, R. Kyvak. Second row: M. Decker, M. Umlah, M. Duliy, M. Lewis. Third row: K. Mace, R. Mariano, L. Joseph, I. Geliand. Fourth row: A. Mangano, K. McCarthy, T. Gulick, M. Fischer. Fifth row: C. Diaco, I. Con- well, M. Spilgys. H. Pcmitzko. Stand- ing: R. Farrell. M. A. Lewis, E. Loftus, R. Hughes, D. Plantarich, E. Collins, A. Ioseph, E. Bumetski. . Qostes, B. Isaac. Miss Ritchie, Advise .V 'M I if I Iv,-' " I ' I 1 n ' I., . ' ,, -If I 'J l- , 1 ,, V,,f , , V - 4-fffi -1' ' JC' 4 ,f 5, .1 JM .,.-, I I Ab-:Q 1 Thirty-tive COSMOPOLITAN - HI-SPEED LDNGHAND - FANCY WORK HI-SPEED LONGHAND CLUB First row: T. Watts, F. Wilson, E Uhlar, L. Allison, Miss Malinowski, Ad viser: M. Simon. President: B. Isaac, E. Collins, F. Walters. Second row: E. Sutkus, B. Stanziale, A. Peters, R. Car- ist I Gudaitis Secretary: L. Kratz. p . . , P. Margo, V. Wade. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB First row: S. Cross, R. Gawlas. M. O'Connell, R. Lloyd, G. Davis, B. Opet. Second row: M. Gill, D. Kratz, G. Kratz. C. Stern, A. McHugh, V. Wade, E. Uhlar, N. Sincavage, M. Lewis. Third row: M. Finnegan, H. Davidson, E. Levey, A. Kerlavage, F. Maury. M. Sloan, E. Hoyt. , n A E 4'-f' ' J -X lv' -fn" . ' La ,1i Q m..f',,- fu -- 1 f it ' I ? , . ., IV an , ' IQAIK. Thirty-Six 4- " . i up Mff "ff , ,Iso '. A i' , 1 MV- f. ygwif. 'L' - n FANCY WORK CLUB First row Csitting around the tublelc Miss E. Malinowski, Adviser: A. Palaz- zari, I. McGrath, M. Sims, H. Puvinski, M. Icrcobson, E. Smith, W. Macorkel. Second row Cstandinql: M. Kelly, E. Wicks, T. Williams, R. Kane, F. Hen- dricks, A. Collins, M. Grohowski, G. Fink, H. Ioseph, K. Phillips, F. Yanu- shonis, M. Golightly, B. Patterson. Third row: M. Dlugaszewski, D. White, F. Walters, H. Milasius, B. Fenner. I. Halko, President. BOYS' PING PONG - HI-Y - BOWLING BOYS' PING PONG First row: I. Clark, M. Suvitz, S. Nowinski, W. Iohns. F. Greishcber, W. Gillmun. H. Gutlermcm, T. Gill, R Shiner, Mr. Miller, adviser. L. Troy, N Clemente. Second row: D. Macri, I Kcxtincr, I. Ellis, B. Finnegan. A. Gelb, E. Clocker, L. Finnegan. R. Cercr. BOYS' BOWLING CLUB First row: L. Finnegan. D. Griffiths. T. Kutney, H. Guttermcm, H. Snyder. F. Hojcmowski, I. Bosler. Second row: H. Roth, L. Kubik, I. Bcrsgier, I. Vincent, E. Torello, I. Morcrsky. Third row: R. Iones, H. Kemmerer, T. Vcxlcxiki, E. Roe- buck, E. Ros, E. Uzdillcr. A. Skobodzin- ski. Fourth row: Mr. Collini. Adviser: I. Tcrlkiewcz, W. Kistler, K. Perschou, I. Volley, F. Iuzwiuk, I. McHcx1e, V. Mcrgdelinskas, H. Talorsky. HI-Y CLUB First row: E. Martino. E. O'Donne1l, Secretory: L. Troy. Vice President: B. Johns, President: Mr. E. Roberts, Ad- viser: W. Lloyd. Treasurer: D. Karp. W. Pethick, H. Flowers. Second row: I. Volley, E. Uzdilas. T. Hughes, V. Magdelinskus, E. Tcrlowski, H. Roth, W. Hughes. C. Croncxuer, F. Mcxskinczs. Third row: I. Busler, M. Marino, I. Morcrski, H. Dumble. R. Corpist, T. Stitch, D. Cuscelor, A. Peters. JJ .. ..ifi3'Q1L 70 ri., Z ll Thirty-seven E 1 GIRLS' BOWLING- CLUB First row: K. Snyder, R. Gawlas. I. Brannon, A. Kervalavage, Capiain: I. Costes, Secretary: F. Sutkus. President: H. Sidelnick, Captain: B. Opet. E. Mora- ski, O. Karam. Second row: Mr. Thom- as, Adviser: I. Hause, B. Morgan, A Lahr, E. Pierce, H. Snyder, A. Romano ski I Yuskava e E Machonis M Fal- , . g , . , . kowsi, A. Karalunas, E. Sutkus, H George. - wgggfifiw i ., V. '. . We . t , 0 . p A r 11 f . , JE If 5 A O V ' is' V 3 Thirty-eight ,Ji ESERVES GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB First row: I. Simmonette, H. George. C. Decker, A. Petrella, M. Umlah. B. Standish, B. Ioseph. M. Edwards, A. Herstek, M. Oliver, E. Rograniczny, P. Scureman. Second row: C. McGowan, R. Gawlas, M. Decker, I. Cosles, M. Lewis, C. Staedele, L. Smulowitz. Third row: C. Riggio, G. M. Opet, B. Herstek, I. Brannon, G. Davis, A. Gross, O. ski, C. Raczkonski Finnegan, P. Gill, Austin. D. Albrecht, S. 0.x GIRL RESERVES , . .. ,., First row: E. Card mwh, E. Peirella. M. Gates, A. Petrella, I. Hakim, I. Vandermark, Treasurer: E. Fioti, Sec- retary: M. Lewis, President: G. Davis, I. Cowal, B. Abraham, I. Iama, M. Fal- kowsi, T. Haslinsky. Second row: M. Decker, M. Abod, E. Loftus, N. Loftus, S. Budzyn, I. Yuscavage, D. Weidner, B. Gartner, I. Brannon, L. Pograniczny, W. Dziedziek, L. O'Leniak, A. Lahr, K. Mace, B. Kupris, E. Ford, A. Miller, A Herstek, H. Davidson. Third row: E Pierce, M. Umlah, I. Wojick, L. Walters, I. Parker, M. Apostel, 'I'. Wielgoz, M. Edwards, H. Snyder, O. Karam, G Villcrroscz, G. Fillipini, O. Williams, D Connel, H. Loch, B. Morgan, K. Snyder, I. Iackson, M. Tripp, B. Opet. , , I . : EQQESTRIAN Y g . 1' EQUESTlllAN CLUB Standing: B. Opel, M. Sloan, G. Davis. C. Dumble, I. Mackenzie, P. Gill, T. Hughes, L. Finnegan. Sealed: I. Gelfcxnd, N. 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' -4.2. - . - ' , 1 -- -1 - P, . . - 'Ii - I -,I I I f I- .III II , ---, ., - I . ' e , f - I..I II . 1 I'3 , - . , I -L, 'lf' 31" , Ig - .-4-I,I-, .. . .II I I , I I H. - J ' A , .zu .Y A --.-x-L. c ATHLETICS 1 1 RECORDS .OF ATHLETIC TEAMS FOOTBALL . 1. Saturday, September 20, 1941 At Meyers 5. Saturday, October 25, 194171 At Plymouth G. A. R. vs. Nanticoke Q. A Plymouth vs. G. A. R. - 7 6 6 0 2. Saturday, September 27, 1941 At Meyers 6. Saturday, November 1. 1941 At Plains G. A. R. vs. Luzerne Plains vs. G- A- H- 0 7 19 O 3. Saturday, October 4, 1941 At Larksville 7. Saturday, November 8, 1941 At Meyers Larksville vs. G. A. R. G. A. R. vs. Coughlin 13 0 7 3 4. Saturday, October 18, 1941 At Meyers 8. Saturday, November 15, 1941 F At Kingston G. A. R. vs. Hanover Kingston vs. G. Ar R. 5 7 7 6 9. Thursday, November 27, 1941 At Meyers Meyers vs. G. A. R. 7 3 y BASKETBALL Individual Scores I-GGG'-19 Games Players Field Goals Free Goals Pts. Home Games Kisilel' .......... ............... 8 2 197 Date School A G .A. R. Opp. Pefshau, --"'-'--- ---------- 6 2 23 147 Ianuary 13, 1942 Newport .............. ............. 2 5 34 Evfmoskl --'------'-- ------'--- 5 11 17 137 Ianuary 20, 1942 P1yrr1eu1h ........... ........ 3 9 21 171.1315 """""""" """"" 3 6 12 84 Ianuary 27, 1942 Coughlin ......... ............. 5 3 40 Bwiuck --'---- -'--"-"- 3 11 18 78 February 9, 1942 Hanover . ........ ............. 4 2 28 gfuzwimk 1 -------- ---------' 1 5 17 47 February 10. 1942 Berwick ............ ........ 3 3 44 Audl ---------'--' --------'- 4 4 12 February 20, 1942 Kiugereu ........ ............. 5 9 45 FOWF11 3 ----'------' -'-------- 2 11 4 February 27, 1942 Naurieeke ........... ............. 9 3 41 1'U11'1eW1CZ H ------- ------'--- 1 0 2 March 4, 1942 Meyers- ............ ............. 5 3 41 L. Finnegan ......... .......... 1 O 2 J Skawski ............ .......... 0 U 0 Awqy Ganges I B. Finnegan ......... .......... 0 0 0 Date School G.A, Q: Opp. , Ianuary 6, -1942 Berwick ............ ................... 5 32 Ianuary 16, 1942 Kingston ........ .............. 3 0 24 Ianuary' 23, 1942 Nanticoke ........... ........ 3 8 29 Nonleague Game? Ianuary 30, 1942 Meyers ........... ........ 4 8 38 Date School G .A. R. Opp. February 17, 1942 Newport ........ ........ 3 7 46 December 12, 1941 Wilkes-Barre Twp. ...... 29 32 February 24, 1942 Plymouth ........... ........ 4 6 30 December 16, 1941 Alumni .................................... 45 44 March 2, 1942 Coughlin .............. ........ 4 5 .39 December 19, 1941 Stroudsburg ........................ 30 33 March 6, 1942 Hanover ........ ........ 5 4 40 BASEBALL TRACK Apr. 27-G. A. R ................... 13 Exeter .................. 2 Home Apr. 30-G. A. R .......... 48 5-6 Kingston ...... 64 1-6 Away May 4-G. A. B ................... 3 Nanticoke ......... 2 Away May 7-G. A. R .......... 48 Meyers ......... 65 Home May 7-G. A. R .......... - ....... 3 Coughlin ............ 4 Home May 13-G. A. R .......... 70 Plymouth ...43 Away Mayll-G.A.R ................... ll Meyers ............... 5 Away May 14-G.A.R ................... 9 Exeter ...,.............. 6 Away Forty-seven STAGE AND MUSIC X X X X -1 -X22 'Si k ' X 5 'V g L ., Q i ' XXX X f h x 'fr , K . K Y U 'Q XX ,X .x :X 'aff y YXj,.XqX 1- X Y-X ' SX. W W in 'H XR' M ws 2 WRYR? X 9 . , E - X X X XX W X X :XX - . ' XM X X K X. aw fir ' . ws' Q X -K . X - Q X , 1 5 RX x W u 4 0 4 P P V a v N N N . . -Q-in Ott Q X 2 ww ki x k ,el my .F k . f .NN 1 K ,ijiiix W. , 54 X ' mmm . Si x 1 K ,gum lf Q, TT x ' f-- -. X I 1 . - -if xx T ' mfg Q S lx i A ' -..x x I, xl I w i- -I x sk -L ,,., . - sr V X2 Q A X.. S 5 - .K ' f , . kk A Q- '- ff Q Q Ti N -- 'mv' . gp 5 if 2 1 X il W L. 1 S M" 1 . Q Y X X X Q -3 r s Y Q .A Ta ,fx f IUNIGR H. S. BAND First row: F. Smith, B. Morris, D. Fulter, I. Flannery. I. Baltrus. I. Downie. A. Daley, G. Michael, C. Thomas R. Pelton. R. Carey, V. Macri, I. Bokar, A. Petrillct. Second row: E. Worley, R. Foster, I. Chmiel. D. MacDade, B Compton, D. Thomas, B. Shrade, I. Schmid, I. E. Schmid. E. Krombel. I. Gresh, B. Cook. Third row: W. Scott, D Evans, B. Williams, Mr. Ayre, Adviser. JUNIOR H. S. ORCHESTRA I First row: G. Sautewcm, G. Kauaitis, M. DeMcci. C. Bimbaum. G. Davis, F. Honeywell, I. Downie, D. Fuller. P. Smith, A. Petrillo. Second row: G. Webby, I. Okrasinski, I. Gemiann, R. O'Donnell. D. Passeri, Ir., Miss Pugh, Ad- viser: M. Goichman, R. Pelton, I. Bokor, I. Gresh, A. Kajda. Fiity-four PUBLICATIONS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION School systems all over this country, now more than ever, have to adopt a philosophy of education which will not only be suitable in the stress of these times but also in the years following peace. No one can predict what is in store for the coming generations, but many lessons are being learned. New ideas, new achievements, new mechanical devices, and new everything else are going to be the result. What is a more fitting place to launch these things than the school. What group of men is more capable of attacking a changing education than the School Board. The present problems are definite and many. Among them are employment counselling, employment in war industries, technical specializing, and many others. The future problems are not quite so definite. For adults there will surely be rehabilitation of the physically handicapped. For the boy and girl it will probably be an adjustment into a highly specialized world in which specialization will begin early and not after the youth has graduated. As the youth is the citizen of tomorrow, so must his future education be guided first by the School Board, who in turn relegates the proper duties to Superintendent Bacon and his subordinates. SCHOOL W BOARD Seated: Mr. Kniifen. Mr Mr. ,Andes, President: Mr Brobst. Standing: Dr. Weaver Mr. Collins, Mr. Srnailes Mr, Shergalis. y SUPERVISORS Seated: Miss Phillips, Miss Wentzel, Miss Sturdevant. Standing: Mr. Gulli- ver, Mr. Hummer, Mr. Bradley. Mr. Far- rell, Mr. Roberts. Fifty-mise Mackin, Vice President: Mr. Henning, Principal GREETINGS There was never a time in the history of our school or in the lives of our young people when so much significance was attached to one word as now. That word is Victory. Victory, as it applies to students, means that they perform their daily tasks with the express idea of reaching the highest levels attain- able, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Physically, to be healthy and strong and able to endure any demands on vitality that future duties may require. Mentally, to be keenly alert and well prepared to exercise the best judgment in solving future problems of community, state, and church. Spiritually, to instill the ideals of fair play, brotherly love, and self-sacrifice in all dealings, one with another. Members of the class of 1942, how great are your contributions to this ultimate victory? May success and happiness attend each and every one of you, and may we all soon join in celebrating Victory in war and then Victory in peace. S. R. HENNING. May, 1942. Mr. Pelton, ,Director Iunior High School Miss McAniff, Director of Activities ,N gf wt' Q",..f"s"' WMM' 5120 lx' J r' , ,. .. H.. ..... rs, . f it V .tv .-,f, W., -. T -. --Y-----U t XXV xg AJ .939 ,xslt by at A X KT' 49' 'G -YN -- lr? - 'X -:ur .-. -, A -XC' 7 Sully N.. 9 , .K - x xg ' - X ' . l K . Q as ' i . xy XFX xgj:r'X QQ N ' C, 4 Sixty-two CLASS SONG , WRITTEN BY IAMES FLYNN, 1942 TUNE: Somebody Else Is Taking My Place There's always sadness in farewell Whenever we leave something dear. So 'tis with our Alma Mater We leave at the close of this year. CHORUS This is the night that our school life ends This is the night we leave all our friends Though at this parting A new life is starting Mem'ries of school we will carry afar Now is the time we must do our best Knowledge we gained will now take its test But as we're leaving Our hearts are grieving Because we must leave G. A. R. SENIGRS ix . J.. My Gnome Arm-tour. Listening to blue usic, eading books on aviation. and indulging in photography occupy "Murph's" leisure hours. "Murph" expects to join the United States Army Air Force. He ad- mires women who are good looking and sociable. ' I 1 Mnunszgjfmn AW cm' "SQ'tie s" quiet: umo is cert ' ef ing. Heryhrture b will V ver c I lain f she 's mod c ercial rsludent. - likes e yswxfg' Sports: 'male as' dsx ale. IOHN F. AUSTIN "Iack" is a "come-day. go-day" iel- low who doesn't seem to have a care. He possesses a true Irish sense of humor and makes no effort to hide it. We don't know whether or not he liked school lor he spent more time out of it than he did in. bl. s4.LmQ..l:.QJf de e a s in er strrd of her uaht der that er optimism. quie trength. u l'er- ing courage. a d : - . f- -1 --H f ' - -A r Lll - --i n u v - Q , it , I I , . I' V, 1 I I BIN BALTRUS X Intelligencefltalent for playing, the violin. and a tfue friend describes 'Al" who expects to become an age nt: a g bn you can be sure. QW Mxnfgglu BAR Ah! Here is a q eenly sort oi a per- son. She is calm. reserved and quite the pretty type. Yes, it is Mary. and she always has a smile for you. Mak- ing clothes is her hobby. and she hopes to become a secretary. "But 4'-I believes in hgving a good time w en opportunity strikes. for it may b the last time. He spends his leisure hours studying photography, readin , indulging in a goodvsport. and havin good time. "Butch" expects to co e a certified accountant. RME BARONE h Sixty-four l ff ,. .,, A 4 ----H : fr i' A. QI' " " H rYw r 015 X ' I 1 ' , -may do nt like peo e wlgq are W I in uisitive. We rn ticef at she al- ways "practices w " ches." She may be called ' t 1 uming. and helpful. A 6' ROBERT ANTHONY He's quiet, but he likes to participate in sports. especially basketball. "Bob" would like to become a typisti he may enter college. He fulfills his philosophy "practice makes perfect." in the music 4457? wwe BERNICE ELNORA ALLEN A blue-eyed blonde and a beautiful songstress. "Bunny" just loves barbe- cues and pie a-la-mode. She hopes to increase her alreadyv wide knowledge of music and some day become the singer of her dreams. line. o D . AU ,N A ot muc o write about this 'quietf b l "Shoo yt" lik -s ort and io g . e ' D- ist. His ilosophy is, ' 'f 1 neve too late to t again." .3 "- 1 "rf J' Cz re 4 MART A APPEL "illEt3f6ifCn'ever - be ikfifilsed.. of- snubb'ng o erg S s a ile for all She "be , , . 1 V VN ,' Y: W -.c,g,,f!fend to- veryone VSZXQDICSIY. ffrefw' , CARL L. BARATTA "Carlyfs" favorite pastimes are weld- ing. reading. or lunching. His ambition is to become a naval machinist. He ad- mires good looking women who have a pleasing personality. "Carly's" phi- losophy is "learn the right way, and you'll never forget." ' DOROTHY BERGSTRASSER "Don't let your heart run away with your head" is a very sensible saying by a very sensible girl. "Brassy's" hobby is collecting drawings-and drawing. her ambition. RITA MARIE BEYE11 There is,.neve11 a dull momeg when Rita is aroundfl VSfh'ei11i6i"' "f"f N1 mirers4are,,not tg.ki13g:,pp:'herPtime,Q1 - ing does. "Where therefs a"wlllf the a way" is onefregshopgshlll b f' suc- cess. ' ' ' .1 10 EDWARD FRANCIS BERGER "Kee lu in and ou will suc- P P Q9 Q Y ceed" is "Screechy's" philosophy. He spends his leisure hours indulging in a game of sports or lunching. "Screechy" plans to join the army air force. He claims to be uninterested in the opposite sex. ELIZABETH BOKAR "There are smiles that make us happy"-especially Elizabeth's. "Smiler" has a winning way with people and a lovely flow of conversation. Her company is recommended if ou wish to drive old man gloom a r- from your door. IC 1rm ed an t 1 g have t w 1 s forward n wk 1m a sure- re s ess I , ' IC OB ' 55 k H. .D . J uni hw I A I1 ox 1' II- l es 7 3-1 - eatl ng - refi '- . His in I. 'AQ - .E -,- fr ' ky 1 e - o f Q L A . I UR TSKI dium ed. nde n m hie- vo ly gl in A ue es. r' " urnett," h p be s retary r e 'ni s h aini in Busine egg! X - AJNTHONY IoH C I "Ton ' I o all friends. We mi call i cynic. dis- likes ig nt e and' "s - s." No one co all hyiei . EV YN IOS IN ARDINAL Ev n ms e e to get along with a ere i alwa s a smile on her I c We certain she will be e ' eal nur . 0 It sr wwf W I OSEPH BASGIER "Ioe," our own "Tommy" Dorsey, can iive it out on his trpmbone with the best of them. He hopes to go to Navy Band School at Washington, and if ability does it, he'll be there. SHIRLEY BERNICE BIRNBAUM . Grit, spunk, and determination to suc- ceed make up the caliber of "Shirl." She is especially keen on singing Cdarn good singer, tooll. Whatever lield of endeavor she pursues, this "gal,. will be on the top of tl1e heap. ' N IG I h oyal and t ue Irie a eakness or blondes, a ' d e a wh and a perpet l c er "Bigoo." His trump t 1 g h 1s- tinguished him not y in G 5-,Bvvf"" but in the outside world as w " - V n Q j I vnu- , , J' J! 'fx V, xv. 3' ,lf , ,. 1 Vt. Xvsrsuln LOUIISE nUDzYN IW? Ehe odd philosophy, "The path of I e st resistance makes both man and K ,J , xyiver crooked," belongs to "Stash." Her desire is to be a telephone operator. All J She intensely dislikes sophisticated N people. GABRIEL BRODY 1 A hearty laugh and a nice smile, and behind it is Gabriel. We call him "Gabby." and he doesn't deny that he is on the loquacious side. In fact he admits that his hobby is "just talking." bc,,,.l5Ln..c,flg'k-':0'tSiv-1,3 ALICE PATRICIA CAFFREY Wordsworth very aptly described Alice when he said. "A periect woman. nobly planned, to warn, to comfort, and command." She knows how to make the most of all opportunities, and there- fore Alice will be a success in whatever she undertakes. ROBER L M 'A o o knock, 4 gndertake " Cha ' ' p 11 sophy. hamp nd m 1 ework tructi planes t . . f h. . - 1 ' od . a - en ' g shQs, concerts, or a good sport game. His ambition is to become an aviator. His ideal girl must be ambiti- ous. loyal. and personable. Sixty-tive X 'E 3 it X . ' gy V in wh lOH'N I. V ES S913 ' icated girls are not uncommon, ' X A bgl5"Iohnny's" one the fegigarschool c s of th i anger sex. His " smooth da ' g is t envy of many a ' sta ll' R 0, ' his smooth line ,Bi e elms th rt of many a fair dfwwsj if ARGUERIT KAY 0 " ieve in puttin o n 11 mo ro u cfm d day. Sh i ill etfi. cient hos Iss wi that e sing smile. t-I ff- tv. .AEJII Jas' EJ I i .tl Q . V r iinujanltrirglg 'wh I "EFL" it the gentleman who never cea ,es t amaze us with his witty bits ,Wf P ' ' phy and knowled e of man ,. . 9 Y 'subyggl He spends most of his time thinking-a philosopher in the making! ff' I t .l ' . 1 ' , J , K t f fl ' 1 .f .1 t 1 tl thjdtbon II-IY cnnnf A R JI skat' g.Uwalkin pep . qi - TX' irlg . movie- ances, -dk W. . -tg ftnfvith crmds "Dottie' . Q - gas. 'Lf time 1 , r mo o. "Host .l es wqg.e," pf vtiill .ve to of val e er Course o nu sing. E WARD C CKER. IR. Vir il a loc r-' rqble, un. CO. f Cl ble. Brain ,.- hild lot Latin class and out-o -the-worl ceer r o s - : .X . :H ' IQ 0 f -ef . g femi : v H-wing him I ' SYLVIA SHEILA COHEN Slender. giggling. "Syl" is a firm dis- ciple of the Golden Rule. r one de. sire is to become a capable quticign, K Q CL ENCE NAUER X- " lats' " pet philosophx 1 "don't wo about i."-need ymo be sai With 'lots of time t spend he en s skati g and danci x ' 'S 5' ' Xx 'Q N six xi CAROLYN H. CASTllIGNANO Timid. petite "Carol" loves skating. dancing. and any other kind of fun. Her desire is to administer aid to the less fortunate. IERRY R CIAVA L J A xanga- : ippy." tor his ambitio rmy. Although he ma ve to - A up his favorite food, sp - etti, his min tion to do his part for Uncle a ' . T t I C ES I o - lue eyes. E- in feet. and - 0- - at iss. - -5 cr' e "Coatesie." She -- . - --'Q all ime. but don' c e n r her ' you are con- ceit . er nalit and lun are the , qual ties e ad res most in the oppo- , site sg ' 4 NICHOLAS G. CLHMENTE 1 When he stepped in sight all the l feminine hearts did flutter, but he's having cr good time with his pranks and witty remarks. f'Nick" likes sports. but to become an el crical e gineer is his umbitww V W ffl. i l Q - A , 5 t X IEAN AN X Q Blue rc ids h nothi ' W n n e's eyes. If W d ply e ygu see her o . and w beau ' ul it is. too! J ' , 1 l p B fu-Y r J ylfslgxi y' ' ,....,-ft 544- l WALTER cons F555 "Coatsy" is the very congenial fellow who has a "hello" for everyone. He may well be called "one ot the gang." There is nothing put on about Walter: he's everyone's friend. ' izzy 's a v r udent who I YC IZA CQL NS li e chers s of 11 second k er . to ' is glish piano playing. e've ll e e h music. and we 1 hop he ie er ambition- t eco a gre chur h organist. Q A EL ANORE K N C RAD . uxo ' e and de rr," Elea- s catty e. but football d dirty s oes are among her p like pl, to go in training. a e f urel 'll e a competent QQ , X IOSEPH E. CSENTERI Full of.vigor and ambition is "Cez." He is not satisfied with doing things half way-thus, his ambi ion is to be an expert welder. All who know him have nothing but praise for his candid and impartial judgment. W l - , woot" d "S -.:- ,:- - her n i ed ,we er and incr : fhum .,S i agreat v r of o d r spo s ' explains sf : unsu v and vitali ' 'Y ' f L, - ie- fl ,CT TTER- Q K A X' w 'ilGlen Miller, spaghetti, an fgX p tures like "Gone With The ' H".-:arefg ' "Ed's" preferences. After grgiiuaiion it's the Border Patrol for him. SYLVIA I EANNE CROSS "Shorty" was our lriend at all times. Not the least bit conceited was she. We especially liked her hearty laugh which would chase anyone's glooms away. She has very good taste ior clothes and should make a good dress designer. .i.A. DOMI D ILIPPE "Ig ' ve sp ng man of ary hours ching on some good food, 'tin o rner, or rid- ing about in p ns to obtain a job as a ma nr s ideal girl friend is one wi a good personality and one who is good looking. ANN MARIE DECKER "Deck" tinds pleasure from so many things in life-good books. music. book- keeping. candy. dancing, sleeping. She hopes to take a civil service test which will put her on the road to a good office iob. Q I 4 NORMAN M. CROSS There's always fun where there's "Nit." He provides many a laugh with his innocent comments. But "Norm" has his serious side, too, and it certainly came through when he was in there fighting tor the "Hilltoppers." ' f 1 I EAN PAT WE L T rr s human to! wine tain S latter er friends a p t philo' y, a she cer must endly and have sense of are r hobbi and home work beware' 0.50-img. Horse d reading ALFRED DECKER Hunter. eater, rnathemcfician. and basketball fan, "Al" goes about with his camel tinseparablesl putting his philosophy, "Love thy neighbor," into practice. .ff -rg 7I 241 au MARY ELLEN CRAWLEY It must be the Irish in her, fo like to visit Irelandz' Lunch an ctivit periods will always be emem ered by her, al e'll , forget the tests. ' 1 MARIO D. DeCINTI He's a bashiul iellow, but that doesn't matter. "Moe" spends much of his school time in the shops. He plans to go to college and become a mechanical engineer. SHIRLEY REBECCA DAVIDOFF Shirley is one who appreciates the iiner things of life. She makes the most of every opportunity. Some day we know she will be a very fine and conscientious nurse. fly!" IO H AMUEL BSIIAG 0 . ra 'cin Y- ' art of . te rg ' decora- ti' s ' I o's" -1 ' o 'J fine Qrture. es herni tr r J t, and pends w lit : --: .1 e has ancing. parties, . . ng."' Sixty-seven nonsnr DEUTSCH A , "B liv p t hi hiloso y. The e en- ing to the radio, 'ng to theaters. or attending any game of ts ' cupies most of "Bob's" leisur plans to attain a career i A the Army Air Corps. T' ' 4 . fy' 51 . jim, " 1 -' ' I s - A 1. I 2... , r .r- ' MARY ELIZABETH DECKER 5 "Warbling her native wood-notes wild" is one of "Dec's" hobbies. Her other is traveling. It she were ever to combine them "Dec" w'ould certainly be doing things and getting places. TOSEPH I. DUBINSKY "Ioe" is a perfect example of a per- iect sports fan-his hobby. aseball: pet li footbal . basketball , d mor! baseb nd i rt Q! and th . I' if 461140. 71 .4 57i'5.hEsh'M. DE Rocco "Ter " just loves liie and ou can TY Y see very well by' e wpaphilosophy. "Life cgff, e beau ul," that she does. This yo lady would like to be a navy nurse, She k Abest to go, the movies A oys it muchfbette ii she's it " panied by 'a dark.- and handsome male. ok" ' PAUL G. ELLIS Paul likes to "Leave well enough alone." Dark, suave. and quite hand- some. he will certainly look well in the uniform of a marine. which branch he expects to enter. ELEANOR M. DOMBROSKI No one has ever excelled her in hard work. perseverance. talent. or in being downright good fun. "Corny" iokes. piano playing. nice clothes, and a whopper of a giggle are typical of HEL.. I CHN: DOMINICK FIASCKI His exuberant personality and the dexterity with which he manipulates an accordion marks "Johnny" as one of the most popular of the seniors. Be- sides-he's handsome. too! Sixty-eight asf ' ' CELIA M. DECKER Here is a young lady who is the cause of much pleasure to others. Most of her time is spent singing, dancing. or playing the piano. We will always remember her lor her infectious smile. IAMES. DOYLE "Iimmy" at first impressed us as be- ing girl shy. This impression was only temporary for this Irish wit spends most of his time with the fairer sex. PAULINE DELIA Life is what you make of it, and "Polly" makes a lot of it. Reading, skating. and movies are her delights. but strangely enough. she abhors jitter- bugging. HAROLD I. DUMBLE The many friends he has is what he likes. "Muzzy" is interested in radio and likes sports and dances. He runs a mean race, whether for a medal or l I2-Wglo-ffwa -4154-'Cv CATHERINE MARIE DIACO N 'UM "Kay" has that irrepressible glint of humor in her eyes, and a gracious and straightforward manner. Her desire is X to be a success in whatever she does. 1 There can he no doubt that "Kay" will, ' 6..0v Y for a heart. be nothin b l! Q 'I 0 f ,o Y EVAN w. EvAN'S Y Full of fun, Evan is the official cheer- er-upper. He likes to spend most of his time hunting fdeersl and fishing. His philosophy is "To take advantage of a good opportunity." MARY DUFFY ry's y and reserved manner con- itdrn r . op s to ccoun an . she'llt succeed she -- ' h ' mag-is '1,v T' U C. I er leisure - om ts she istens t e I radio or :t si ' a movi ' ' 3-A I Wwe., p . ' A 1 'H 5 3 his ." ,JT Ex. CR'-J A Sl . F 3' CATHEEDIX' I E F ywhe we think of "Kitty," th of it-bf? hair, dark eyes, H k . green' cothes. To "Kitty," " 'ely is the spice of life." Her hobby is orre- sponding with foreign people. 0 - 9 tt- SL Wx IAMES FLYNN "lim" insists on "hiding his light un- der a bushel." Most people don't know what amazing thoughts are born in his gray matter, but covered up by that sense of humor which he- possesses. L-YW NU ELIZA ANN FIOTI "Betty." with her laughin es an beautiful wavy hair, spends ost of her time reading and dancing. To be a newspaper reporter is her goal, and we're certain she'll succeed. IOSEPH RICHARD GILL 'Oh me, oh my. chemistry again! That's what "Pete" is heard to say every morning. His leisure time is spent either roller skating or ice skating. He. wants to work in a book factory, pre- ferably outside Wilkes-Barre. FRANK MILES FLYNN "Laugh and the world laughs with you., cry and you 'cry alone" is "Flynnie's" pet philosophy. He spends most of his time dancing. It helps a lot if she is pretty and about five feet our. RUTH FRANCES FARRELL "Farrell," as all call her, exudes per- sonality. She appreciates kindness and in return exerts herself for others. Ruth admires a fellow who is a gentleman. Besides all this she likes potato chips and orange soda most! Her hobby is stamp collecting. CHARLES W. GATES His subtle. sarcastic humor and worldly intelligence make "Gatesie" an outstanding figure in the class of "42." "Ye Ed" ambles through these stately halls slightly bored with everything and everybody. , IVIARGARET R: ,FISCHER re is o A who always aims high 'V 're Lfaeggyu can keep a secret and is d true frigxg-1::t6 all who know her. Her pet likes are. baseball.. , i ' t , Dippe She expects o2b's4gseixeaqry. .f rehding4-'andfboogga pin , ,...f,-f . t 7 l ESTI-I MARIES RD EDWARD F. L, " Gu , 21119238 W1 "Eddie" ' 0 ioiuthe U. sgftmy Yo W and You Weep alone Air Corps nd ecome rofessional E351 01'd'S1ife- SHS. ni 1 infls, machi 's H: ake, est of every- of s .ts UHCQYQDIIIBK ellow whsasj r i lii, 91' opportunity only nf? IPI 9- Una HIUDUQY- '- strikes once. e 'admires a girl who blllfm to becom be - is not con ' but sociable. , fn 1 .', A K-'54, I 1 fl F r .551 + af . ,LJ 'E 1 Hmio D 1 . cum-:RM AEVITY GARDNER J Har d - t e -I- : - .lag e. He was J' "Betty's" friendly manner and charm- one of th I :- lr- J, ers 1 ur fo U ! I i g attitude 'toward others have won tea oo ,, 1 J, YM, 1,1 X h r many friends and the position of in G .,, . Q , ,H 6 ,. t em eer leader. These mannerisms will through at C011 be very helpful in her chosen career as a nurse. RUTH PEARL GAWLAS Music hath charms! It also has a great influence upon "Ruthie." Political speeches are definitely out. but riding and pep meetings are what she thrives on. She'll be a good journalist it her wishes are realized. CHARLES E. HALAS "Shorty" is a regular fellow. His ability to get along with people has won him many friends. Mechanically minded, he has a great interest in all sorts of machines. His hobby is swim- ming which he does expertly. Sixty-nine if I VJ'-1 ' .-,, T E WILLIAM I. HARRITY "Bil1" is happiest when he is com- pletely relaxed with ice cream and soda within reach. He doesn't like dancing class: it is much too strenuous for him. MARY LORETTA GEORGE "Peanut's" pet philosophy, to look on the sunny side and always have a smile ready for everyone, is one that she certainly follows to the most minute detail. IOSEPH HILL Eats. good time. swimming. and other sports are "Doc's" Musts. This happy- go-lucky chap has no worries for next year. for he has a job wai ing already. IULIE TRICI ISWOLD Th ' a dull, rnbrrient when ' lie's' und.N Thefthing she likes st ab t schoolxv,is"her classmates. hen n t ice skating or dancing. she's in the movies. She's as jolly as they come. ' " ,Qf ' , f ,,P,+' 'I ,, ' C' -"LJ 'f 1.0, '- .4"-'AZ ' J fl ,ff " ,ff V. .. 1 K ' V ' - 4 , '.. ' ' ' ,f,fe""r' 1 X PAUL-1. HOSAGE , ,P if f If you hear someorie'1aughing and upon looking up you are greeted by a flashing smile, it can be none other than Paul. His beliel in the Golden Rule accountslof his numerous friends. 'X Y l fp , u 1 df! ' 1? 1 mrs Guucxi f 1 - J .. A l rt! . A retty ce an l sunt smile make life wort hileseaankly de- scrib X ulie." is petite blu Eyed Miss ' to ulfill her am ' on L P , bY gettir5?oaeia d5r1mercial field. -- 1 ' r 1 -. K l ' J 1 mourns WILLIAM HUGHES Handsome and well-liked by all is this young man. "Tommy" likes sports. dancing, and music tespecially his "Do Do's"l. He expects to go away to school and then settle down and con- centrate on raising a family. F Seventy IENNIE GELFAND "Sally" portrays the smooth sophisti- caie-stunning dresser, meticulous and well-groomed, with lovely manners: and she demands the same of her men iriends. Music and visiting New York please her fancy. ROBERT HESS " A fiendish giggle. a yen for chemis- try, stacks of Blue and Grays, friendly smile, mischievous blue eyes. becoming countenance-all of these belong ex- clusively to "Bob." SHIRLIE GRI!-'FITH "Variety is the spice of life," is this pretty young girl's philosophy. Shirlie wants most of all to become an air hostess. and she shouldn't have much trouble filling the requiremenis. Her pet likes are skdting and dancing. 2 if 1- K UffrQ111g9wsfH':f"'X, 5-QA, " ' ' pvery i tqrested 'n the proc 5 I - 2 iss' of mild isiagtd' syntlitesid-In-'fthe .g J' mechanlcal v ws. He plans to obtain - affob in the navy as a machinist. His et likes are-eating. sleeping, gymnas- V, tics. .and beautiful girls. ,A 6531, M,-A., fj'IJ'If-,As-U"-AV+L!'. "1 MARIE THERESA GRUVER Petite Marie's great ambition is Zo be- come a nurse, and a very pleasant one she'll be with her quiet, steady manner. Reading, dancing, and playing the piano are her favorite indoor sports. ROBERT W. HOWELL "Actions speak louder than words." "Bob" hasn't much to say but his ability in sports speaks for itself. He plans to be a den.ist or join the air corps. 75 A2 ROSE DONNA 'HABIB We always thing of a bright .smile when someone mentions Rose. Shelssa real friend, which is a compliment any language. jg ggi Q Q los mms n. 1-mx: "Smile and the wor ' with you" is "Io's" pet philosoph S lives up to it and is noted f her sweet personality. "Io" loves fiotball, pep meetings, and dancing f which most of her time is spent. ROBERT HUMMEI. "Bob" likes a good "skate" in more ways than one. His girl friend must be a good sport. above all. and she must also be a good skater. as "Bob" spends most of his time cutting fancy figures on roller skates. p f l f . BETTY TH N T You e ' attrffcted to er by those Ho . mag t' wn eyes, a then, due to her g per a , you remain " A uld li e t be a dress de- signer. ,' tx L 4 E " j r. ,--i' 'g E , f WILLIAM C. I OI-INS "Bomber" is our idea of a real he- man with plenty of brawn and muscle to back him up. His hobby, basketball. is one of his many attributes. The abil- ity to hunt, fish, and play baseball are others. ,. . ,QM SIE IS ' X nds her time lookin pap , .Mg 1 ting to do. Sheitemm etra 1 m an office Shorth is er fa orite subj cikyt .she dbsiitelyuliilikgj J' t I' hPS'5'ff ' .,,j.4v U J' II LP- I f' J FRANK A. IUZWIAK Tall, handsome, and very masculine just about describes this football hero who expects to see the U. S. after he leaves school. His ambition is to be a teacher. ' 'O X MAR Airs IA Ma n is ve mathem ti lly i cline She ho otea at " so da , ut at th resent e is all r foo all and ' k a er hobb is ecting fo gall es. bf f 4" 3f:vfW44-J l W! if wginnsn H. HUGHEZ X To get along in the world is his aim in life. Warren likes to maketairplanes and plans to join the air czwyas a mechanic. The thing he likes -about school is the different activities. n SOPHIE HALAS N s bet than chi ' po atoes an g , rt- ha , and pep m ti to this varie h ho is stamp coll t' Whofmy "Soph" sel 1 ' ' ABRAHAM IACOBS Reading, eating. bowling. are well up on the list of "Abe's" favorite pastimes. You may be assured of a trustworthy friend in "Abe," for one of his out- standing qualities is loyalty. U ES r V I , r d nt ke h se np '- . but im Bsibl It 0 ot ys her. ' oads f fun, ie 5 ' d s get along with 'IE' all, a d person to know. THOMAS IOSEPH Happy - go - lucky "Tommy" spends most of his time dancing and dishing out his witticisms. He plans to be a bookkeeper, but who can imagine him sitting slill that long. ELEANOR IVANASKI In a few years from now "El" will be a famous dress designer. She is quite active in church work. "Math" and Eleanor just don't get along. but she loves history. THOMAS P. KANE GMN "Tom" is a very congenial lad. -,He is blessed with a knack of being able' to fix anything. No doubt he'll make' an excellent machinist or something similar. ' Seventy-one O W i I T X 1 VN A DAVID EARL KARP it This ytiung talented "Drummer Boy who, has "'oodles" of girls clamorinqlmj alter him. expects to study businesst cmd become a successful business may LEONP. K. IOSEPH They say that the best things come in small packages. cmd "Tiny" is deii nite proof of this. Typing and "Tiny" are inseparable. and it won't be ditli cult tor her to reach her goal. stenogra phy. LINCOLN PAUL KENNEDY ' "Link's" success in football and track has shown that his philosophy, 'Keep trying." is one well worth having. In his unassuming way he accepts success rnodes.ly. and will undoubtedly con tinue to be successful when he enrolls at Randolph Field to be a future flying cadet DOITUTXHY-'XRATZ N' 1' gl V X gdbd sense of ,Humor and a will- ingness to listen tg' a good joke best describes this outstanding girl-"Dot. X e iarely' hesita s and is alway prbmpt er ambi is to be a nurse she e oys ding a Q ovies - 4 l W LIAM L. ISTLER The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. "Doc" is clever on the bas- ketball iloor and dangerous to the femi- nine hearts. He would like to attend . college next year and become an ath- letic xnstruy. . - I rf rw inate1y an ' vert. She is meth 1 al in everything she under- ta es. don't see how she could fail answ some man's prayer for the ideal stenographer. . .1 y-rf ff t GOO! IN KUP Z Jr, upe." kno amog,gL her or his fine artistic tale t' kes y all to sleep However, u'll l un v much on t lert. for ,to i high tand' ceed li u ertakesxkwe pe it fr f f N l' 4 I fr x , , X 1 'T ga Y f' Sebventy-two ' 'f V 1 i fi Qfegsdi' E ROBERTA IOSEPH V Anne has not tailed to live up to the high standard set hy other members of the family who attended G. A. R. She will always have many friends it she doesn't change her sweet .unaffected anner. I I HAROLD x! L U "Hack" would like to work on the railroad. He likes sports and chemistry, most. but dislikes history and English. His hobby is making model airplanes. and he's good at it sometimes. ANNE ROSE KARALIUNAS Laughter is the food Anne thrives on. She is like a ray ot sunshine peeping out of the dark clouds. "To be really and truly happy" is Anne's ambition. and she is one who has really reached this goal. ' FRFJNCIS THADDEUS KIIEK "Tod" is a lellow not well-known by most of us. His friends assure us that he is not so quiet all the time. We will not be surprised to find some day that he is famous for his beautiful works of art. SARA KRISPER D ,. ky. with her lovely lashes n sense of humor. believes in old adage, "Eat. slee . and e merry. lor tomorrow y ma ' . to enter nursi g' l in order accomrish her a n. A Y Q O UBIK l' "Tut ano h he . . heart- bre s ' e captu g more hearts wh e becomes a dashing army pilot. e spends most of his time hunt- ing. tNot girls, they hunt him.l ALICE LAHR se s o e Old of all ene e . e also eem have no troube getting a n wit t opposite sex, which will probabl hep he ' her career as nurse. " " is ch r in ack-haired l s o b ' . A ?QqQ . 1 X A , - Q I i p ' H . is 'X e 'spends m 9 v fs at th ' . C. ' B we tpa - lv colle e ne e , 'I 1- ambit 's -B- . . tt. . . . .. BRUNHlI.Db M. LANTERMAN l "Brownie" is the charming 'Miss who never stops amazing us with her mental ability. "To succeed in whatever she undertakes" is her ambition. So far she has achieved it. Q onahty i ero Q l e EUN ICE LEVEY "Euny" has all the qualities lor an ideal child nurse. She is good naturecl, understanding. cheerful. loyal. intelli- gent. and always witty. How could we help liking her? ANTHONY l. LUCIDI A Many years hence we will still re- member "Tony" as ft "lady-killer." We must not get the wrong impression. though. He really did himself honors ,L 71' if' ' .. . 1' . ug 'Z' MARTHA ANN LEW is 1- .V ' The ideal"coilii'i'leraal studenttrtljflczrtxha- Ann is also a "cute number! .JShe'd' be the ideal boss's secretary. asssheu is an "A" student. X K t, A. 5' - .J I 'Z 1 ' 5' I OHN I. MacKENZIE The soft. tender strains of "Mexacali Rose:" a mile-a-minute twirl: a string of crazy puns: bangs: a blisstul grin: all tit "Iohnnie" to a "T." He never knows a dull moment. what the blues are like, or what school bells are for. ANN FRANCES LISCOSKY I To "Nan" nothing is more pleasing than German. dancing. chewing gum, and the clubs. She has chosen a very timely vocation-nursing, which shows her natural 'trend toward "keeping in step." M gf Q ff. Lib' LE - AV fri ,, T' inky: has a bi' f A vag bbnd in tem, for he e Ajraveli - tai Ty is not a proc - his firm 'ef "D n't p .oft ' tomorrow wh t ca e d ne t ' "' . , . 5. 1 xx, L-y Xxx , N . xx 'L LIl.LlAN LENOVITZ xx f To describe Lillian takes many ad- f jectives. Poised. capable. talentech charming. iriendly. intelligent. and hu orous are only a few. Most people kno her because oi her very iine act' . GEORGE LOKUSHEK 1 Football. basketball. and baseball ' games are largely attended by this l ardent sport ian. "Bud" is also cy 1 "swell" sport and a real pal. His am- bition is to do office work. and his favorite subject is bookkeeping. t U MARION ELIZABETH LEWIS We wonder at Marion's philosophy. "What tools these mortals be." The . l coming year will iind her at a beauty college. Thus. her favorite class is rt. s s IosEPH AC. o ' "Speed" likes to h p others. His 3 hobby is keeping a scrapbook on sports. He has no plans for next year but would like to become a sports pro- moter A465 I en "Mary o " li es something, she really likes i She is an' ardent o s a ' tball and s et all games takes up a ,great deal ' of her time. Girl Rpslerliesgfxls'-gbreceives much of her attention. 1 f ' A' 1 w SAM MALAGARA "Tiny" simply does not live up to his nickname. but he does live up to his philosophy, "Si1ence is go1den." He says. little but . . . sill water runs deep, theylsayu .I I Seventy-three f ' 1 MICHAEL MARINO Imagine a fellow who actually likes all qualities in the opposite sex! Well it's "Murf." He plans to put his philoso- phy, "Do it now." into practice by join- ing the air corps. ELIZABETH LOFTUS "Ii at first you don't succeed, try. try again." declares "Betty." This bashful "fem" Cand incidentally a twinl thinks personality and dress the most import- ant qualities to be found in the opposite sex. ELMER MARTIN O Personality is what 'Butch" desires most in the fair sex. His spare time is spent at dancing and drawing: and his ambition-carpentry. EATRICE S ORUSSO " in need is a friend indeed." d s ch a fri fs "Be. This , sweet ai ' e to listen o ical rn ' d r matic sketc er am-, bition to b a . s already Iosspn H. Mcnvor We can?" imagine "Sally's" becoming an electrical engineer-he's too ac ive, too full of "corny cracks." and too happy to settle down. been ac ieved " f ESTELLE M. MACHONIS "Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground." perfectly de- scribes this tireless worker, Estelle. IOHN McGREEVY A great hunter and fisherman. is "Iohnny." "When he's not cornmuning with the great out-doors. he is collect- ing stamps. Hot-heads are his pet peeves. Seventy-four N RUTH IEAN LLOYD "Smile and the world smiles with h . ou IS typical of Dishie Quotmg er in how she spends her time: "Dur- ng the week doing homework. on week- ends forgetting it." Her wish to be a secretary is why her favorite subject s typing. M Figures Knot the kind you meanl will Q y most of "Red's" time in the . as he lans to do clerical work. G 1 ! RE . . popular figure in the itics of G. A. R. and better liked han most politicians. - LZ, 7,4014 LT- 'N' U Nao . the other twin. delights in F e' h exp t o be a forest 1 diy. ,anci games. Nextsyear .ril ni c, ' her .xture plans at b ty co ege. ASKlNAS Do yo e tall handsome fellow 1 hip h ts breeches? Why that's 'To ke riends is qone thing but to e ' a t . 'Kitty" holds her nd ug , e ndor, understand- q, g ona 'ty. She is defi- ,D ATHQYN MACH Fely not a gocrastinator for she says here is no time like the present." - LIGENE McCLOSKEY "Alie's" fund of musical knowledge r outshines ours. His quiet. polite anner hides his subtle humor and :ep thoughts. Those close to him tow him as an ardent record collector id cr swell pal. Typewn and rig' go h and p ' ' a ' fn . o e successful e 's "An e' " l r 0 . NGEL E ANG O ' 1 md. This tirpid fe e ghts i eat- g ti s ts b al X E I d. 0 J r fav 1 4 ROSE M. MARINO Rose's soft-spoken and straightfor- ward manner impresses all those that come in contact with her. This is the reason for- her multitude of friends. EDWARD MENGAK Unlike most of our seniors, Edward despises dancing. His hobby, a most interesting one. is fishing. He hopes to become a taxidermist. and then he can preserve those big ones that he catches. Kathleens flowing tresses are the envy of many a girl. She is quite ca - able of fulfilling her ambition to becom a secretary. The fun she participated in will make her live long in o memories. f W- , li KATHLEEN ANN MCCARTHY 2 1 - "XXV jiiixdgy IACK MITCH ' ' U "Mitch," a great sportsm V enjoys hunting, fishing, sports, and drguments. l-le expects to take a course in en- gineering and then become a naviga- tor. "Mitch" claims to be uninterested in the opposite sex. who . ALICE MCHUGH Smiling Irish eyes and personality that delights all belong to this "cute" little Miss. Alice loves to make new friends and spends most of her time skating. She also likes to go horse- back riding and dancing. She hopes to be a nurse in the future. ANTHONY W. NARDONE Dancing with the ease of Fred As- taire. swimming with the grace of an Olympic champion are just a couple of "Tony's" accomplishments. In addi- tion to this he has not one bit of con- ceit in him. ARLINE MARGARET MILLER If you would like the truth go to Arline, and you can be sure of e ng it. Frankness is one of her ma mirable qualities. Imagine Lati IOSEPH McHAI.E ' "Mac" has hopes of being an avia- tor. With his pleasing personality he should go very far. Here's hoping for a happy landing. .f' - V f . xx-,,f f f 1 . . 1 ' .- -ry . ' l Y 'V 5 ANITAQ I. RTIN y at 1 1 - "'Blorfdie' I eieve ati "hast rrilxkes waste.'1 H r ietix d mure mtg ner ap- peals tone r he. That' is o y one of her A manxy ualifi ations gllwhich will mfxkejiar a goo ff urse..-ki J X. i K, I, , , I I 'fili- IOI-I'N S. MENGAK "Buddy's" philos is " portu- nity knocks but once." "B d" likes sports and the school's act' ities. He hopes to get a defense job xt year. VERONICA MCEVOY Vivacious "Vonnie" enjoys what she's doing, whatever it may be. She could dance from dawn 'til dark and be perfectly happy, if "he" were tall and smooth. Those smiling Irish eyes will cheer up many a patient when "Vonnie" enters the nursing profession next year. BEN Mosxow Ben spent most of his time at the "Y" and reading. He has acquired an intense fondness for the army and pic- tures of warships. His ambition is to obtain r nk in the' co tr 's armed forces. f l - fl 4 - ', 7' -, xr' , L1jl'4,l,-ls! L t 1 ,Ig - .! ,H JJ . . " :I f I' MAnrHe4h?i1E LA3- Marcia mtends to be,ar' telephone operator. Her cultured voice wil' e n asset, as we found it to be an to her engaging personality. G-X BERNARD I. O'CONNOR i .V 4 earty ugmying IM "corny cks," in ssant gig rene all go ith " rn' . is a to die ha will s ealized. hecaus he isat ogotherwise. ' K w L J 0 K0 3 Seve y-five 1 -. ED O'DONNELL Iolly and handsome is "Harp," the possessor of a great sense of humor. He hailed from St. Nicholas' school tweren't we luckyl. Ask Ed anything that is connected with railroads. He's a wizard at that. and he expects to spend the future working for one. A 9 - :f u : , 5 - - . - e, . . ' . ' , 1 . 5 l I ELMETA LOUISE MOORE "File," our blonde "bomber". is a firm believer in the Terpsichorean art. "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today," is her philosopsy. As a iuture air hostess, she will surely succeed. because she has what it takes. ROB ILL gmeat ser st nt, nice d . c umor. a hu appetite to and onion ire for col- e, a sol i is heart for chem- istry andxb s-"Rocco." - I DORIS H. MULV ' ' o g' l o a orts. p ely i in all tri is not " weather" iriend nd doesn't t to associate with others who are. Near!! ' EDWARD POWELL Quiet sometimes but always having a good time. What "Ed" enjoys most about school is the sports. He likes to see and play basketball. He plans to become a machinist. OLYMPIA A. NARDONE Eating and reading are "Limpy's" pet likes. History is not. Her ambition is to become an "angel oi mercy." PAUL RICHARDS J' L "Benny" just loves to eat and eat. His dry humor. attractive personalit smooth dancing. and his ability to laugh explain his popularity. As head cheerleader. he caused many a iemi- U Seventy-six nine heart to flutter. 5 y. K .,! Af Ls.. UV Cui' jwbb D ACE SHKEL Gr f, l 1- 9 twinkling e s, an ,- - -: r. she is one of e ni - girls I' the senior lcl ss. he d es, 1- -'- V --3' otball g es ' o e of her uniorget-I able me ories ol high school. f- 5 I 1 f . ff' A- .lj 1 A , I-,dy .- "P 1 K Qrou . andso iriend- . 'd amyiiqlrs, believe at on , the reat-he rted'c b ptjrien . The position of 5 o i'cer 'is the goal towards which he aspires. ELEANQL AN OR Y -- - t not t: quiet, bu -K -'f' n'.butnott n- ' : - e. - -'v na ' onf' ent. but c iident: alll ,but ot too HT tling: f"" s, v 'v pretty. 3 IOHN D. POVILAITIS ' , A good juicy murder story. an ex- citing "movie," or a girl with a neat appearance please ,"Iohnny" no end. His keen sense ot humor brings plenty of laughs when he is around. Though he spends most of hisgime reading. he'll take time otit, '51 look for a job. f' , e, or - K' 11- frv , ' f , Af". LLA" 3 Rb 'fei- f "Del' ideal night would be well 'einfeit rxskgting ozilgnging to Glenn Miller's rcl1estrcif"fShe.f too. yi likes to write to f'pen pals."'.J'Dell"2'is7. well knqwn kg of hpr6Beeti1.tiful"hair arijliaqlothese xx' ,' 1 J , ,-I' I, If l,1',JC"AN-"' wld QM THO . R SKI 1 ne doesn' et in by minding on ' own ' is typical of " 1 " His b' on is to be a ma- ch Wmffe admires boys of his own c 'bre but conceited humans of the feminine gender . . . beware! MARTHA RITA NAUM Gentle, mild. and sweet is little "Marly." She likes above all a loyal friend, and she in turn is a dependable friend. Martha likes typing and hopes to become a typist. MARY ANTOINETTE NA 'x Limited space prevents us from lis ing "Toni's" merry activities and pastimes. She brings out her lively personality through her singing, and she also takes an interest in playing the organ. Mary plans to enter college or secure a job next year. iw'-54-. MICHAEL SANTEWAN "Mickey" never has fm to a ut think t him i. "lt ays," a He n leg himself n bec te her. J- L LIAN 'NEWITT LA oes n "d s' o- viding they have mustard. ey taste especially good to her aite "movie' g or a dance with a good partner. WILLIAM SCHMIDT ' Witty, likeable. humorous and heaps more is this son oi G. A. R. "Weenie" or "Billy" if fpreier. believes in Ngcting iastflx 'ambition is to be a . C. P. A. RITA THERESA O'ROURKE Sincerity and friendliness are descrip- tive oi this future U. S. army nurse. "Eiiy Mae's" pet like is horseback rid- ing, and she enioys most of all doing charity work. Shes also very active in Catholic Daughters. STEPHEN FRNNCIS SEBASTIAN "Steve" is one oi those persons who like to take things apart and see what makes them go. He things "a rolling stone gathers no moss," so. he has made definite plans to be a mechanic. HELEN T. PANICZKO This quiet girl will some day be the perfect secretary. Helen believes in practice makes perfect, and plans to enter Business College after she leaves school. O- l'L Z-. 4 K F. HERMAN BOTH. TR. Q "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomor- row you may die" is "Buddy's" philos- ophy. His time is taken up exercising at the Y. M. C. A. Girls, in order to qualify. you must be able to take kid- ding. IULE RUTH NEVITSKY "Bunny" is a perfect example ol the quiet, dignified. well-dressed, intelligent senior. Her philosophy. "You don't know how much you know. unless you know how little you know" completes her make-up. MORRIS M. SAVITZ "Maishe" loves to spend his time at the "Y" indulging in a good game of ping pong or mingling with the so- called "weaker sex." He plans to be- come an aeronautical engineer in the navy. li, . I J MARY C. 0'CONNELL Mary thinks that life is what you make it, and she makes it one laugh after another with her favorite pastime of teasing people. IOHN CH ' HLES SCHUETZ " :,'.--i- ' ' -Lu' .- s Q- er they are tched. He is pl n ' .- . .n. ,...'.. . 9 an ai 1- - e m anic. is lik ab school - : as : blie pe eetin . qnd gif on -. s .' - -1 1: sonalit - d good looks. 1 xv- I , NE xr X ttf'-f'xrf43 horty" was nptfv loquacious in G. A. R. Her ph y, "Live let live" is the key er char- acter. She did just at and annoyed no one. We especially liked her quiet sense of humor. N E o mwiron L. snmsnf-f The moment his fingers touch the strings of his violin, glorious strains of melody burst iorth. "Ray" is really talking to you irom the bottom of his heart. Otherwise, he is what is known as the strong, silent type. J- 3 X Seventy-seven If x 2fvr,9L. 1 IACK HARRY SIDELNICK "Iackson" is the type of person who just takes things as they come and makes no iuss over it. He will some day reach his goal oi being an expert mechanic. ZELDA IAYNE PERLMAN "Zel" is a firm believer that "variety is the spice of life." Her amicability, steadtastness. and wit will greatly aid her in succeeding as a child nurse. IOI-IN DAVID SMITH Boxer and prankster. dancer and foot- ball manager. superior "Smitty" spends most of his time relaxing at home or training at the gym. . . A 'f' . ,,ps,5.':.. ' ' a-lv-XFN .. mrznnnrt-I ANN emacs -1 'f . K ..'fDon't put oft till tomorrow wlzgt du, can do today." says fBFttf5and'mgZtns it. To become Eridtsciple ot Florence ,..-dy. Jef' Niglfttnghle is 'this shy ymaid's earnest' desire. Q 5' , - 'P ' ' 2 .su ti" 'X xxx , . It K . . - ' ,.... i- 5 CARL STORZ "Murph" looks ward to having a good time w ' he is young. His am- bition is join the army air corps. His sure hours are spent indulging ' photography, radio. and skating. FLORENCE R. PROPKER "Better late than never" declares "Flo," a firm believer and adherent to this adage. It's no go to history, but she likes practical math. Her wish is to become a successful medical sec- retary. EUGENE 'EDWARD TARLOWSKI In his spare time you will tind "Ieep" walking or listening to the radio. "Ieep" is ha-ndy with tools. and his chief de- light is spending his time in the wood shop. Seventy-eight S. A Qs . quick a swe s, I. Q. her ei h dancer. ot ou h rizes straight: or ici good taste. and s s I a etu' Why lane c r I , "t THO I. SLINEY "Tom" is the picture of ambition it- selt-he spends most of his time study- ing, and desires above all "To get up in the wor1d." All we can see ahead for him is-Success. ANNE PETRELLA Brush and pallette in hand, working feverishly at the canvas. Who.do you suppose that is? "Boots," of course. who is a talented artist. 1 ST J -Z Boiling liqu' , est tubes. etc.. will probab c mo ot this chemistry "whiz's" ti se "Futz." who doesn't do on girls, plans to be a chemist. DORIS IEAN PLANTARICH "Dorrie's" attitude toward life can be seen in her philosophy, "Haste makes waste." Her gentle, unhurried manner. iondness for reading, and her ambition makes her a model student. - X, 1oHN ROBERT 'rigrunwlcz-'Sf Bashful but quite Qhe manfilgfl en- joys sports most of al-Lgndrwas captain of this yearfs football tfeam. Ifiiaalso on the basketbal TBesidesxsports, he likes to eat.vlEjfS..G1r1s-Hedikes apple pie and chocolate . SQ - K- - ARNA REED A future private secretary is Ama. Hence, her motto, "Forward ever, back- ward never." She does much reading which accounts for the fact that English is her pet subject. ,I I-'AY REED d E Fqfhas not been here very long- much to our sorr w. She has a quiet. pleasant way. abgut her which attracts many friends. Movies occupy most of her time. it E t- ,,-UM-e.au5.2f' IOSEPH THOMAS V He's an enthusi sticgsportsman, keen dancer. and h f as liberal amount of good looks., '. h ' not created from imaginatio Ioseph Thomas is genuine! ' t Q . 5 f, JN 1 ms mb rl gf- ., "Re-ne" .5 exci?-,,i:Iiancing,sf witti iSmS. sudden' s les, d skatin , H' ' " . is Ego ft-. .-1.9fg,,' ,. L fu r' ,f attitude? Gee this +,,v-13, old place"-acts A tl ulant' lifter-upper t ose wl-to know he' ' in g 'N " ,-f . 1. L .L -.W 5 -r. Lao TQY 90 "Lee" doesn't know the value of a monosyllabic answer. An ardent toot- ball player. enth siastic Latin and his- tory student. sukle sense of humor. hyper-intelligence bring us" up to his description. Philosophy, "Live and let live." ' DOROTHY RICHARDSON "Dottie's" smooth, sophisticated man- ner makes her stand out in whatever she does. We admire her neatness in dress, her poise, her complete corn- posure in any situation. and her super- smooth dancing. BERNARD USAS "Bernief' is a good natured lad. and is-liked by all. He shares honors' with a few other "lady-kil1ers" in G. A. R. We suspect his theme song might be "Easy Street." ANNE .n A sims R NCQ ll. pl an lt - re S he y ne- ri A , Wh ssl, o y er tim at - D mov and d ing V ui' A31 JL, . F gx-Xxfxwv L f w X. QR M 1 get .www HAROLD TEICH "Yorker" wasn't in G A. R. very long. But in his short time here we all saw that he is Ambitious. with a capi- tal A. Nothing seems to get in his way and at his present rate of speed he'll soon get to the top ot the world. fr H 'M 4 f f M79 lzwlei R' A ' 6' R Rfllyil ' I V knownjor tri' 31i.l.j,Z,trf,L If Q and gof sportsman gi 1.:rt.She 1!-f J Ei f d f d h f .f5XSf?lK.,fQ1'2,q3.09 ?.i1Wfi L ..aT.,.fs.f.i Us75i5'i2zfrfffifffclw-1 i x EUGENE N. TORELLO Although he is quiet. he has many friends. To "Ieep" football is the best sport. He likes algebra and would need it to become an avia or. . ,JJ El fff' ,J.j'A1.ssnrA RICHARDS 1, J' f gf J V' ,ts -A Our .faifhizz at lrnath, ,wie other than, "'fBerta" whojgiveis e impression rfjof Being quiet. hixtfsherjtriends tell us X ditterefrt. Her idealffellow must be neat and have a nice "personality, CHARLES TUCKER Slow. but sure. he gets there. "Chas" likes sports and math. His philosophy is "do things for yourself." "Low Gear" would like to take a course in aviation alter graduating. RITA ROMAN n Rare beauty. a vivacious personality. and gray matter, are rare combinations. Rita has' all three qualities: you see. girls like her come once in a lifetime. THOMAS I. VALAIKA "Quips and pranks" galore, and never a dull momentlfwhen "Cookie" is around. The pride arid joy of the foot- ball team, and the chiei jester of French class, he goes hishappy way with no time for gloom. Seventy-nine L4 -Sk as Q l I M 5' 3' ' ,, A ', I ' e X Y , . uf' ,M , Mt r ,lf , - ' Q! V' - 4 f' 'Q g ossvrrgs. vi ENT X ll EVELYN vm MV f .QP G0'xlrm or Gourmet. "Toe" likes to 'Q' l That Etwsytsmileltngm twinkle inthe! -I ' eat, and to eating his favorite in- I eYe- Cm eusweeu ace 'fm 9 C' fue door SP tk listening t lem! Miuefs X ,,,, , -I: ,W . portrayal of klvey. Her interest lies bqnd. F ,, ,- V in window designing, which she hopes , x .fi , some day to study. A k gl . kk.,Z:L: X , t 5 l . ff I t yy ,E 1 lr I ...1.-.-,,,,,.,,,,,, nn- k X .F .G Evmvr: If f . J, PAUL wzmsrocx ee to be davit' 440 PP r Q, ki SAM FRED WQRLEY ' ' Forest trails on horseback, camp tires, wood smoke, and perhaps a nice girl would suit Sam as much as anything. -V' ' sir:-rl-:nr:sAt,sr:NU'r ' 1 Bashiul, tallf and blonde are the characterist'wnnie" admires in e o k. To become ie t Se. ary t r r , she ex jf! to move to ork after comrrience- ment. -, ' . 1 A F.. ,V V1 1 . ' l 4' 1 . ,asians M. sr-ruvtdorr , im, "Birdie's" a "gal" who can tindgreat pleasure in the simple thin ,of life. The radiance ot her smile helggs spread cheer to all th se s e encounters. i 1 , 5. '... , . R , R y ci: is lvrrrn - ' old sa ng that, 'Good things com in small packages," certainly ap- ie to "smitty." This Irish lass tells 1? , s she spends most of her time doing vl, homework but we know better. Con- T-' ceited people should stay away trom her. 1 , H I I r Al I ICATHR Anlyt- s A it MJ! A 1 , I-V . will undoubfedlydfreacht her goalfa secretar , 'because aftergg adxi' ationf fcomesJ.BufszrQss Collegern 'il re- . tined.'una surning oairjgtzthers ,friends JJ among. thjrsltidenfs tmd the faculty. -' K' ' l 4 ' ' -J 9 Q A W 1 ! ,. if ' '-"',.,:r"! 17' .4 lf J V, 1 if ' L E fl! 1 Eighty 7 "' l . t ' Si 'S if V Quiet, dignified, and business-like de- scribes "Weiny" to a "T." His ambi- tion, which is to be a success in lite, probably will be fulfilled. He plans to attend college next year. CLAIRE MARIE SCHWARTZ Cheerleader, dancer, giggler, sports- fan, nonchalcmce, Claire-all synony- mous. Her irankness and moods leave you hanging in mid-air. Her outlook on life leaves nothing more to be said. Wjqy ggGE WYDA Personality is what ount in lite. "Whitey," who likes ebra, s also a lover of sports. He oesn't have any plans for next year, but hopes to be- come a state trooper. J fy Aff! zffeffff . ' V ,fx ' ' -Mt M , fx 'X "Boogie"' ,the g' 1 vWt'l'flhe gogtfagious fhlflqirgh, ddseiesf-tdfitt'aGxge45Td philoso- phy Q'Va iety is time-spice of liie " She L I - f - ff yerpecjffgfhedoftn a competent stenog- ! raphery. '1 V " T , I, ,I f - H Llp! L , LENA SHERRY SMULOVITZ Where there's will there's a way. and where there's a way, there's Lena. Helpful, clever, and always in a hurry, we feel confident she will attain her goal to become an efficient certified public accountant. MARY SPILGYS With her quiet, angelic countenance. Mary was able to make many friends in school. If she continues her policy of "Practice makes perfect," she'll sure- ly succeed in being a fine secretary. f SARA STEIN' "Don't cross your bridges until you come to them" is "Sheri's" motto, and a very good one, too. Her humor. friendliness, and perseverance will help her gain her ambition as a laboratory technician. BERTHA THERESA SWENSKI Many a time "Bert" dreamed of ad- ministering aid to the helpless and less fortunate. Her dreams will be realized when she goes in training as a nurse. AUDREY MAE THOMAS Her favorite subject. typing, gives us an insight into her unique personality. "Audy" has talent besides-playing the piano. Could one so small hold it all? LOR TY :I LL . " ' -0- ,v"'2v u:'v' things that co - i ma p .. ges. Ne , tv ' U4 pits' I' 121 , 6 E b danci ,n f .QS se v ' - li-- a ' all apt t Q -I sv t ' 'E vi i htful personalit ' REGINA UMLAH If you're looking for "Shorty" you can always be sure of finding her with a fellow who has a keen sense of humor and is a good dancer. This explains her hobby. which is dancing. H EN M. vrrc s l Xl X Tall. rac nd char -- i r - Helen. as the ability r get a K with ne. No do some m - would b delight ave her for h secretary. VICTORIA REGIN WADE, This intelligent. it . an edica minded Miss's n vel , narra . a d poetry are deli ful to rea i ' plans to ent oward ersit o study for e r a med' or 1' ry career. G Q Vw. v. x ,- u X , , . ELINOR REGINA surizus 'gf When ggkbing d n't .take 'most I9 of her tim ' ' sually dancing with her r spe She expects to enter Ie Un ity. 9 ' r MAnMf "Tisch.' as s e .5 better know is who o s o t 'ght sid of i e d ' ' where she may. Sh likes most to cam and play the pian t likes are swimming and footb MARY THOMAS Mary. buxom. blithe. and debonair. meets all the requirements of an ideal friend. She is wit. loyalty. lun. and beauty of face and form personified. MARTHA ANN UMLAH "Mitzie," who looks as if she stepped out of a fashion book, is always dress- ed moderately and fashionably. She struts through the halls with pretty blonde hair and blue eyes and a smile. She expects to be a typist. ELISABETH KINGSLEE UHLAR Elisabeth's sincerety, serene bearing. and common sense are envied by many a girl. Neither too garrulous nor too quiet she makes an ideal friend. LA VERNE DOROTHY WALTERS La Verne's sweet face and enticing smile may be seen at each and every football and basketball game. She loves to watch sports. and, of course. "Bobby" has a little something to do with it. too. FLORENCE WILSON - A lovely singer and a jitterbug just about describe "Kitty." After she grad- uates. "Kitty" is going to New York. for her one desire is to become a singer in a modern band. 'Eighty-one . h I ,P - WATT ,X V' el" s azi hobby of p ing b b nd range affinity r history d ' e ing gum. She plans to er the ield of beauty cul- ture ne i fall. W I fl x l L1 I -V an . ' i' '.' 59 :'- SG Q-'I ef o S f fl: time t the movies. , 1. . . U o 0,aA- co . r - it 1' rcs inl et" on STELLA WIERZBICKI Stella takes everything in her stride -shorthand. reading. movies. danc- ing. pep meeting , plays. football games. hiking. asse bly programs. and she loves them all. Could ,Xanyone be more versatile? fs' - NX' M fs gf J mam: c. w ,dx D07 ' l is nd cyn'c danc ancifsportx J en st. um- ' I abo t de rl thi ow dl X IRENE YUSCAVAGE "Mickey" is a perfect example of "Laugh and the world laughs with you. weep and you weep alone." Intelligent, witty, and very capable. she just dotes on green clothes. RITA E. ZAMPETTI W atxes w n ecom A rollirig st oss he sp n m t or njoying ' k and coba friend must be and ve ' nal! 1 IULE GERMAINE VENCHELL "lay" certainly doesn't know what she likes the best. sundaes or sodas. She manages to stay at one becoming size. but her friends keep right on in-, creasing. We were sorry to see leave school. Eighty-two seg? T , o sm' with sw emess. and B es. ver K vig She ost o er tim ntert ' ing Jothe x her a cing. e ex- -beets 'to New to y it. Also, "To my" is one er pet'likes. G ' 1 O Gu er "Olly" into spas the latest "corniest' jokes: overflows with feminine wit: d zes you with a love for horses. "math." and piano playing. She just leaves you breathless. ku IUI. 4' RI YUREL NIS "M e" stands fo to nce nd de- man it in returA - ilosophy prov - it- ' ever -- ide yourself bet- ter than the next so ." CAROLYN ZAMPETTI Movies. Latin, and sundaes are "Carol's" pet likes and the Golden Rule. her pet philosophy. After she receives her diploma, nursing will become "Carol's" profession. I REGINA ZOBEL Dark hair. a beautiful strut. short white skirt, high white boots-drum majorette. "lean" Zobel. You can see her philosophy percolating in every step she dances and in every baton she twirls-"Practice makes perfect." "But oh, for the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still!" The untimely death of WILLIAM A. LYNN. a member of the graduating class of 1942. was a sad blow to the members of the Senior Class. To those that knew him there will always re- main in their hearts all the things that "Billy" meant to them. SENIOR BOYS' INDEX GEORGE ANTHONY. Technical. Swimming Club ll: Math Club 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Swimming Club, President 12. ROBERT ANTHONY. Commercial. Variety Club l0: Sec- retarial Club 12: Senior Homeroom Basketball Champs: Orchestra 10, ll. 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Outing Committee. IOHN AUTIN. Technical. Dancing ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Musical Comedy Chorus ll. LEONARD P. AUSZURA. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Lettermen's Club 12: Dancing ll, 12: Football ll, 12: Base- ball ll, 12: Musical Comedy. ALBIN BALTRUS. Commercial. Representative 10: Or- chestra l0, ll, 12. CARL BARATTA. Technical. Math Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12. CARMEN BARONE. Commercial. Dramatic Club ll, 127 Secretarial Club 12: Senior Play. IOE BASGIER. Technical. Representative ll: Swimming Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Orchestra 10. ll, 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Class Song Committee. EDWARD BERGER, IR. Technical. Representative 10: As- sistant Representative ll: Hi-Y lub 12: Lettennen's Club 12: Basketball Manager 10. ll, 12: Track 12: Invitation Committee. FRANK P. BIGOSKI, IR. Technical. Glee Club, President 12: Math Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Senior Homeroom Basketball Champs: Musical Comedy 12: Orchestr! 10, 11, 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Class Song Committee. MICHAEL BOBICH. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy. GABRIEL BRODY. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10: Bank Cashier ll: Dancing Club ll. 12. ANTHONY CAPRIOTTI. Technical Blue and Gray Prin ing starr. ' . ROBERT CERA Academic. Ping Pong Club 1. Swi ming Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Gift Committee. JOHN CHARLES. Technical. Representative 12: Bank Cashier ll: Chapel Librarian 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Class Night Committee. IERRY CIAVARELLA. Technical. Chess Club ll: Swim- ming Club 12. IOHN CLARKE. Academic. Assembly Squad 10, ll. 12: Ping Pong ll, 12: Garchive Business Staff: Senior Play: Musical Comedy 12: Class Day Chairman. NICHOLAS CLEMENTE. Academic. Homeroom Secretary 10: Ping Pong Club, Pres.: 1VIath Club 12: Secretary, Bowling Club: Dancing Club ll, 12: -Swimming Club ll, 12: Equestrian Club 12: Senior Homeroom Champs. EDWARD CLOCKER. IR. Commercial. Ping Pong ll, 12: Hi-Y 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Tumbling Squad ll: Cheerleader ll, 12. WALTER COATS. Academic. Representative 10: Associ- ate Representative ll: Math Club 12: Library Student Staff 10, ll, 12: Usher Squad ll: Dancing Club ll, 12: Physics Club ll: Senior Play: Gift Committee. ' CLARENCE CRONAUER. Technical. Chess Club ll: Swim- ming Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Skating Club ll, 12: Track 12. NORMAN M. CROSS. Technical. Bank Cashier 10, 12: Senior Class Treasurer: Lettermen's Club 12: Equestrian Club ll, 12: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 122 Swimming Club ll, 12: Football Squad 10, ll. 12: Track Squad 12: Announcements Committee: Outing Committee. IOSEPH CSENTERI. Technical. Math Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club 12. ALFRED A. DECKER. Technical. Assistant Bank Cashier 10: Assistant Homeroom Representative ll: Dancing Club ll: Senior Homeroom Champs 12. EDMUND DECKER. Technical. Homeroom Treasurer 10. MARIO DE CINTI. Technical. Glee Club 12: Chess Club ll: Musical Comedy 12. DOMINIC DE FILIPPI. Technical. Homeroom Represen- tative 10, ll: Math Club 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club '12: Lettermen's Club 12: Baseball Manager 10, ll, 12. ' . IOSEPH DELL'AGLIO. Technical. Senior Glee Club ll, 12: Math Club 12: Bank Cashier ll: Garchive Editorial Bti' 12: Musical Comedy. ROBERT DEUTSCH. Technical. Math Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Ushers Squad ll: Invitation Committee. IOSEPH DUBINSKY. Technical. Vice-President ll. HAROLD DUMBLE. Technical. Hi-Y Club 12: Equestrian Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Track ll, 12: Blue and Gray Printing Staff: ChcQ'man Class Outing. PHL-gELLI echnical. Assembly Squad 12: Lettermen's Cl 11, .5 i-Y Club 12: Track Squad 10, 11, 12. EVAN EVANS. Technical. IOHN FIASCKI. Commercial. Representative 10, ll: Dra- matic Club 10, ll, 12: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Dancing Club ll. 12: Bowling Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy. FRANK FLYNN. Technical. Swimming Club ll, 12: Danc- ing Club ll. 12: l-Ii-Y Cbxb 12. IAMES FLYNN. Academic. . CHARLES GATES. Academic. Blue and Gray Staff 10, ll, 12: Senior Play. IOSEPH RICHARD GILL. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12. EDWARD F. GODLESKI. Technical. Glee Club 12: Danc- ing Club ll, 12: Lettermen's Club 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Math Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Football Squad 10. ll, 12: Musical Comedy 12. Eighty-three SENIOR BOYS' INDEX HAROLD GUTTERMAN. Academic. Bank Cashier 10, ll. 12: Lettermen's Club 11,' Ql2: Ping Pong Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Bowling Club 12, Pres.: Dancing Club ll, 12: Equestrian Club 12: Football Squad 10, ll, 12: Class Token Committee. A CHARLES HALAS. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Danc- ing Club ll, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Musical Comedy 12. WILLIAM HARRITY. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Blue and Gray Printing Staff 12. BOB I-IESS. Technical. Homeroom Secretary ll: Math Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Blue and Gray Printing Staff ll, 12. IOSEPH HILL. Technical. FRANK I. HOINOWSKI. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Bowling Club 12. PAUL HOSAGE. Technical. ROBERT W. HOWELL. Academic. Lettermen's Club: Foot- ball Squad ll, 12: Basketball Team ll, 12: Baseball Team ll, 12: Outing Committee. TOM HUGHES. Academic. Homeroom Representative 10: Assistant Homeroom Representative ll: Homeroom Sec- retary 12: Library Student Staff 10, ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Equestrian Club 12: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Band 10, ll, 12. WARREN HUGHES. Technical. Hi-Y Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Invitation Committee. ROBERT HUMMEL. Technical. Homeroom Representative 10: Bank Cashier 10: Dancing Club ll, 12: Roller Skating Club ll: Blue and Gray Printing Staff 10, ll, 12: Class Gift Committee. ABRAHAM IACOBS. Technical. Library Club ll: Table Patrol 10. BILL IOHNS. Technical. Bank Cashier 10: Assistant Rep- resentative ll: Ping Pong Club 12: Lettermen's Club 12: Pres., Hi-Y Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Skating Club 12: Swimming Club 12: K. A. K. 12: Dancing Club 12: Tum- bling Squad ll: Stamp Club, Pres. 10: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Baseball Team ll, 12: Chairman of Class Night Committee. THOMAS IOSEPH. Commercial. Dancing. Club ll, 12: Track Squad 12. FRANK A. IUZWIAK. Technical. Lettermen's Club: Bowling Club 12: Ping Pong Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Football Squad ll, 12: Basketball Team ll, 12: Baseball Team 12: Class Gift Committee. THOMAS P. KANE. Technical. Stage Crew ll, 12. DAVID EARL KARP. Academic. Hi-Y Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Track Squad ll, 12: Blue and Gray Reporter ll, 12: Band 10, ll, 12. HAROLD KEMMERER. Technical. Bowling Club 12: Skat- ing Club l2: Chess Club ll: Orchestra 10. ll, 12: Band 10, ll, 12. l Eighty-four I LINCOLN PAUL KENNEDY. Academic. Homeroom Rep- resentative 10: Homeroom Secretary ll: Associate Repre- sentative 12: Lettermen's Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Ushers Squad ll: Ping Pong Club ll: Equestrian Club 12: Physics Club ll: Head Usher 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Glee Club 12: Track Squad 10, ll, 12: Football Squad' 10, ll, 12: Musical Comedy 12: President of Senior Class. FRANCIS THADDEUS KIIEK. Technical. Math Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12. WILLIAM KISTLER. Commercial. Assistant Representa- tive ll: Homeroom Representative 12: Lettermen's Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Baseball Team ll, 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Garchive Dance, Chair- man. LOUIS KUBIK. Technical. Bank Cashier 12: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club, 12: Track Squad 12: Band 10. ll. GOODWIN KUPRIS. Technical. Student Council Presi- dent 12: Blue and Gray Staff ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Senior Play 12. LEO KWASTAVICH. Commercial. Bowling Club 127 Glee Club 12: Dancing ll. 12: Musical Comedy 12. WILLARD E. LLOYD. Academic. Dancing Club 12: Hi-Y Club, Treasurer 12: Glee Club 12: Math Club 12: Eques- trian Club 12: Track Squad 10, ll, 12: Homeroom Basket- ball Champs 12: Musical Comedy 12: Invitation Commit- tee. GEORGE LOKUSHEK, IR. Commercial. Homeroom Sec- retary 10: Bank Cashier ll: Glee Club 12: Ping Pong Club 11: Homeroom Champs 12: Musical Comedy 12. TONY LUCIDI. Technical. Lettermen's Club 12: Swim- ming Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Football Squad ll, 12. IOE MACHO. Technical. Basketball Team 10, 12. IOHN I. MACKENZIE. Technical. Homeroom Representa- tive l2: Equestrian Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Class Night Committee. SAM MALAGARA. Technical. Assembly Squad ll. MICHAEL A. MARINO. Technical. Swimming Club ll. 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Glee Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Bar Team ll: Musical Comedy 12. DAVID MARTIN. Commercial. Bank Cashier: Secretary of Student Council ll: Vice-President of Student Council 12: Usher-Squad ll: Dancing Club ll, 12. ELMER MARTINO. Technical.. Dancing Club ll, 122 Swimming Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Skating Club 12: Hi-Y Club 12. FABIAN MASKINAS. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10: Assistant Representative ll: Stamp Club 10: Swim- ming Club ll, 12: Treasurer Hi-Y Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Math Club 12: Skating Club 10: Gift Committee. IOSEPH MCAVOY. Technical. Bank Cashier 10, ll: Home- room Secretary l0: Assembly Squad 10: Glee Club 127 Dancing Club ll: Garchive Business Staff 12: Musical Comedy 12. EUGENE MCCLOSKEY. Technical. ' - SENIOR BOYS' INDEX IOHN MCGREEVY. Technical. Math Club 12: Homeroom Basketball Champs 12. ' IOSEPH MCHALE. Academic. Swimming Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Track Squad 12: Senior Homeroom Champs 12. EDWARD MENGAK. Technical. IOHN MENGAK. Technical. Dancing Club ll, 12: Base- ball Team ll, 12. IACK MITCHELL. Academic. Homeroom Representative 12: Track Squad ll, 12. BEN MOSKOW. Academic. Swimming Club ll: Math Club 12. ANTHONY NARDONE. Commercial. Dancing Club ll, .2. H BERNARD O'CONNOR. Technical. Dancing Club ll, 12: Senior Homeroom Champs: Blue and Gray Printing Staff 10, ll. 12: Garchive Dance Committee. EDWARD O'DONNELL. Technical. Homeroom Represen- tative 10, ll: Bank Cashier ll: Swimming Club ll, 12: Secretary, Hi-Y Club 12: Stage Crew 11, 12: Invitation Committee. FRANCIS PETRUZZINI. Technical. Swimming Club 12: Math Club 12. ROBERT PHILLIPS. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10, ll: Dancing Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Glee Club 12: President, Physics Club ll: Equestrian Club 12: Iunior Usher 11: Track Manager 10, ll, 12: Garchive Editorial Staff 11, 12: Musical Comedy 12: Band 10, ll: Garchive Dance Committee 12. IOHN D. POVILAITIS. Commercial. Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Secretarial Club 12: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Senior Play 12: Musical Comedy 12: Garchive Dance Committee. EDWARD POWELL. Technical. THOMAS RAYESKI. Technical. Math Club 12: Swim- ming Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12. PAUL L. RICHARDS. Technical. Equestrian Club 12: Dancing ll, 12: Cheerleader ll, 12: Head Cheerleader 12: Blue and Gray Staff 12: Band 10. F. HERMAN ROTH, IR. Technical. Homeroom Represen- tative ll, 12: Captain, Bowling Club 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Physics Club ll: Chess Club ll: Math Club 127 Hi-Y Club 12: Track Squad 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Senior An- nouncement Committee 12. MICHAEL SANTEWAN. Commercial. Assistant Repre- sentative 10: Dancing Club ll. MORRIS SAVITZ. Academic. Assistant Representative 10: Representative ll: Assembly Squad 10: Ping Pong Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Senior Gift Committee 12. WILLIAM SCHMIDT. Commercial. Dancing Club ll, 12. IOHN SCHUETZ. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10: As- sistant Representative 12. STEVE SEBASTIAN. Technical. Chess and Checker Club ll: Dancing Club 12. ' RAYMOND SHINER. Academic. Bank Cashier 10: Rep- resentative 12: K. A. K. Club 10, ll, 12: Ping Pong Club ll, 12: Art Editor, Blue and Gray 10, ll, 12: Orchestra 10, ll, 12: Student Leader, Orchestra ll, 12: Band 10, ll, 12: Chairman, Class Song Committee 12. IACK H. SIDELNICK. Technical. Assistant Representative 10: Assistant Bank Cashier 12. THOMAS SLINEY. Technical. Secretary 10: Band 10, ll, 12. IOHN DAVID SMITH. Technical. Representative 12: Let- termen's Club 12. S g THOMAS STICH. Technical. Hi-Y Club 12: Blue and Gray Printing Staff 10, ll, 12. CARL STORZ. Technical. Swimming Club ll, 12: Track Squad ll: Stage Construction 12. IOHN ROBERT TALKIEWICZ. Technical. Homeroom Rep- resentative 12: Lettermen's Club ll. 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Equestrian Club 12: Captain, Football Team 10, ll, 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Track Squad 10, ll: Class Gift Committee. EUGENE E. TARLOWSKI. Technical. Lettermen's Club ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Math Club 12: Track Squad 10, ll, 12. HAROLD TEICH. Academic. Assistant Bank Cashier 12: Chess Club ll: Dancing Club 11, 12: Math Club 12: Glee Club 12: Senior Play 12: Musical Comedy 12. IOSEPH I. THOMAS. Technical. Swimming Club ll: Dancing Club 12: Skating Club 12. EUGENE TORELLO. Technical. Bank Cashier 12: Letter- men's Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Football Team ll, 12. LEO TROY. Academic. Assistant Representative ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Lettermen's Club 12: Ping Pong Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Hi-Y Club 12: Football Team 10, ll, 12: Track Squad 12: Blue and Gray 12: Class Day Committee 12. CHARLES TUCKER. Technical. Bank Cashier ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Lettermen's Club ll, 12: Equestrian Club 12: Baseball Squad 10, ll: Football Team ll, 12. BERNARD USAS. Technical. Swimming Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Hi-Y 12: Dancing Club 11, 12. THOMAS VALAIKA. Technical. Homeroom Representa- tive ll, 12: Lettermen's Club 10, ll, 12: Treasurer, Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Math Club 12: Football 10, ll, 12: Senior Gift Committee 12. IOSEPH VINCENT. Technical. Bowling Club 12. PAUL WEINSTOCK. Academic. SAMUEL FREDERICK WORLEY. Technical. Bank Cashier ll: Swimming Club ll, 12: Stage Crew ll, 12: Senior An- nouncement Committee. GEORGE WYDA. Technical. Table Patrol 10: Roller Skating Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Baseball Squad ll, 12. Eighty-tive. 'V I SENIOR GIRLS' INDEX MARGARET ABOD. Academic. Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Skating Club ll: Dancing Club ll: Senior Tea Committee. MAUREEN ALBRECI-IT. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol 10: Hall Patrol ll, 12: Basketball 10. BERNICE ALLEN. Technical. Lunch Permit Checker 10, ll, 12: Senior Glee Club ll, 12: Garscribes Club 12: Musi- cal Comedy ll. 12. LILLIAN ALLISON. Technical. Senior Glee Club ll: Dancing Club 12: Hi-Speed Longhand Club 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Musical Comedy ll. MARTHA APPEL. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol ll: Hall Patrol 12. MARY BARRETT. Commercial. Assistant Bank Cashier: Secretarial Club 12: Senior Gift Committee. DOROTHY BERGSTRASSER. Technical. K. A. K. 12: Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Senior Gift Com- mittee. RITA BEYER. Commercial. Homeroom Secretary 10: Glee Club ll, 12: Dancing Club 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Bowl- ing Club 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Senior Tea Com- mittee: Token Committee. SHIRLEY BIRNBAUM. Academic. Glee Club ll, 12: Dra- matic Club 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Blue and Gray Staff 10. ll. 12: Garchive Edi- torial Staff 12: Senior Play: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Senior Girls' Tea, Hostess. ELIZABETH BOKAR. Academic. Girl Reserves 12: K. A. K. 12: Dancing Club 12: Girls' Bowling Club 12: Senior Roller Skating Club ll, 12: Variety Club 10. STELLA BUDZYN. Technical. Skating Club 12: Girl Re- serves ll, 12: Dancing Club 12. ISABELL BURNETSKI. Commercial. Garscribes Club 127 Secretarial Club 12: Swimming Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll. 12: Basketball Team 12. ALICE CAFFREY. Academic. Homeroom Representative IO, 12: Hall Patrol 10: Dramatic Club 10, ll: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll: Physics Club ll: Girl Reserves ll: Math Club 12: Iunior Usher Squad ll: Blue and Gray ll, Assistant Editor l2: Garchive Editor-in-Chief 12: Senior Orchestra 10: Garchive Dance Committee: Hostess. Senior Girls' Tea. EVELYN CARDINAL. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves 10. ll, 12: Costume Committee, Senior Play: Costume Committee, Musical Comedy. CAROLYN CASTRIGNANO. Technical. Lunch Checker ll, 12: Dancing Club 10, ll. MARGUERITE KAY CHII.ORO. Technical. Library Stu- dent Staff 10, ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Chairman, Senior Tea. RUTH COATES. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 12: Sen- ior Glee Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Musical Comedy 12. Eighty-six DOROTHY COCHRANE. Academic. Bank Cashier 10: Math Club 12: Skating Club ll: Dancing Club 12. IEANNE COHAN. Commercial. Dancing Club 12: Secre- tarial Club '12: Usher Squad ll: Senior Gift Committee. SYLVIA COHEN. Technical. Bank Cashier 10: Dancing Club 12. ELIZABETH IOYCE COLLINS. Commercial. Glee Club ll, 12: Hi-Speed Longhand Club 12: Garscribes 12: Dancing Club ll. 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. ELEANORE CONRAD. Academic. Homeroom Represen- tative 10: Lunch Permit Checker ll: Hall Patrol 12: Eques- trian Club ll, 12: Senior Dancing Club ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Musical Comedy 12: Senior Token Committee. IEAN CONWELL. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10, ll: Lunch Permit Checker 10, ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Dancing Club ll: Garscribes 12: Secretarial Club 12: Equestrian Club ll, 12: Senior Announcement Committee. IULE R. COSTES. Commercial. Garscribes 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Volley Ball Team 12: Equestrian Club 12: Bowling Club 12. MARY ELLEN CRAWLEY. Technical. Hall Patrol 10: Swimming Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12. SYLV IA IEAN CROSS. Technical. Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll: Cosmopolitan Club ll, 12: Dancing Club 11, 12. SHIRLEY DAVIDOFF. Academic. Cafeteria Patrol 10: Glee Club 11: Math Club 12: Musical Comedy ll. ANN MARIE DECKER. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Garscribes, President 12: Roller Skating Club ll: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Dancing Club 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Secretarial Club 12: Senior Gift Committee. CELIA DECKER. Technical. Bank Cashier 10, ll, 12: As- sembly Squad 10, ll: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Glee Club ll. 12: Swimming Club 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. MARY DECKER. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Skating Club ll: Swimming Club ll, 12: Garscribes 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll: Senior Tea Refreshment Committee. PAULINE DELIA. Technical. Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll: Danc- ing Club l0, ll. THERESE DeROCCO. Technical. Assistant Bank Cashier 10: Lunch Patrol Checker 10, ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Dancing Club 11. ATHERINE MARIE DIACO. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Garscribes 12. . ELEANOR M. DOMBROSKI. Academic. Secretary, Senior Class: Vice-President. Hy-Speed Longhand Club 12: Hall Patrol ll: Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll: Glee Club 12: Girl Re- serves ll, 12: Senior Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Senior Tea Committee: Class Song Committee. C SENIOR GIRLS' INDEX MARY DUFFY. Commercial. Garscribes 12: Secretarial Club 12. CATHERINE ESSEFF. Technical. Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll, 12: Variety Club 10: Glee Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Cos- mopolitan Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll: Musical Comedy 12: Senior Tea Committee: Announcement Committee. RUTH FARRELL. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Home- room Representative ll: Usher Squad ll: Garscribes 12: Secretarial Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Class Gift Committee. ELIZABETH ANN FIOTI. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10, ll, 12: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Glee Club 12: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12, Secretary: Dancing Club 11, 12: Volley Ball Team 10, ll, 12: Basketball Team ll: Senior Play: Musical Comedy 12. MARGARET FISCHER. Commercial. Homeroom Repre- sentative l0: Homeroom Secretary ll: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserve 12: Secretarial Club 12: Garscribes 12: Garchive Typist 12: Senior Girls' Tea. ESTHER M. FORD. Technical. Homeroom Secretary ll: Lunch Patrol Checker 10, 11: K. A. K. 10, ll, 12, President: Skating Club ll, 12: Dancing Club 11, 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Volley Ball Team 10, ll, 12: Announcement Committee. BETTY GARDNER. Academic. Homeroom Secretary 10, 12: Assistant Representative ll: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Twenty Grand Club 11, 12: Girl Reserves 10, ll, 12: Li- brary Student Staff 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club 11, 12: Bowl- ing Club 12: Cheerleader 10, ll, 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Garchive Editorial Staff.12: Senior Play Make-up Committee: Musical Comedy Make-up Committee: Gar- chive Dance Committee: Announcement Committee: Sen- ior Girls' Tea. RUTH GAWLAS. Commercial. Homeroom Representative 10: Homeroom Secretary 12: Assistant Captain, Lunch Checkers' Patrol 10, 11. 12: Cosmopolitan Club 11, 12: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Swimming Club 11, 12: Danc- ing Club l2: Bowling Club 12. IENNIE GELFAND. Commercial. Equestrian Club ll, 12: Glee Club 11: Garscribes 12: Bowling Club 12: Musical Comedy 11. MARY GEORGE. Commercial. Hall Patrol ll, 12: Secre- tarial Club 12. SHIRLIE GRIFFITH. Academic. Bank Cashier ll, 12: Dancing Club ll. 12: Roller Skating Club 12. IULIA P. GRISWOLD. Technical. Assembly Squad 12: Senior Dramatic Club 10: Dancing Club ll: Bowling Club 12. MARIE THERESA GRUVER. Academic. Cafeteria Patrol 10, 11, 12: Dancing Club 11, 12: Cosmopolitan Club 10. IULE GULICK. Commercial. Homeroom Secretary 10: Bank Cashier ll: Assembly Squad 10, 12: Usher Squad ll: Glee Club 12: Garscribes 12: Girls' Octet 12: Garchive Typist 12: Musical Comedy 12: Senior Play 12. ROSE HABIB. Commercial. Homeroom Secretary 10: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Senior Play Committee: Senior Girls' Tea Committee. IOSEPHINE A. HAKIM. Commercial. Homeroom Secre- tary 10: Assistant Bank Cashier 11: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Secretarial Club 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Dancing Club 11. 12. SOPI-IIE L. HALAS. Technical. Hall Patrol 10: Girl Re- serves ll. 12. BETTY K. HOYT. Technical. Lunch Checker 10: Cosmo- politan Club ll, 12: Skating Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Gift Com- mittee. RUTH HUGHES. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol l0, ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Skating Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Garscribes 12. BESSIE ISAAC. Commercial. Garscribes 12: Hy-Speed Longhand Club 12. ELEANOR IVANOSKI. Technical. MARION RITA JACKSON. Technical. Glee Club ll. 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. ANNE IOSEPH. Commercial. Secretary ll: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Skating Club ll: Girl Reserves ll: Garscribes 12: Secretarial Club 12. LEONA IOSEPH. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Skating Club ll: Garscribes 12: Swimming Club ll: Dancing Club 12. ANNE ROSE KARALIUNAS. Technical. Hall Patrol 10: Bowling Club 12. ANN KIWAK. Commercial. Garscribes 12. - DOROTHY M. KRATZ. Academic. Bank Cashier ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club 12: Math Club 12, Secretary-Treasurer: Glee Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Senior Girls' Tea. I SARA KRISPER. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol l0:.Eque:- trian Club 12: Dancing Club 12: Invitation Committee. ALICE LAHR. Academic. Assistant Representative ll, 12: Lunch Patrol Checker 10: Assembly Squad 10, ll, 12: Dancing Squad 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Skating Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12. . BRUNHILDE LANTERMAN. Academic. Homeroom Rep- resentative ll: Usher Squad ll: Assembly Squad 10: Li- brary Student Staff 10, ll, 12:'-Dancing Club ll: Blue and Gray Staff 10, ll, 12: Garchive: Editorial Staff 12. LILLIAN LENOVITZ. Academic. Assistant Representative 10: Dramatic Club 10, ll, Treasurer: 12, President: -Glee Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll: Blue and Gray Staff '10,- ll, 12, Associate Editor: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Senior Play 12: Musical Comedy ll: Senior Orchestra 10. 11, 12. Eighty-seven SENIOR GIRLS' INDEX EUNICE LEVEY. Academic. Hall Patrol ll, 12: Cosmo- poltian Club ll, 12: Dancing Club 12: Math Club l2: Senior Gift Committee. MARION LEWIS. Technical. MARTHA ANN LEWIS. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Glee Club ll: Dancing Club ll, 12: Garscribes 12: Secre- tarial Club l2: Bowling Club 12: Garchive Typist 12: Musical Comedy ll. MARY LEWIS. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10, ll: Hall Patrol ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12, President: Equestrian Club 10, ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Garscribes 12: Bowling Club 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Invitation Committee. ANNE LISCOSKY. Academic. Homeroom Representative 10: Cafeteria Patrol 10: Dancing Club ll: Roller Skating Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll. RUTH LLOYD. Commercial. Assistant Representative ll: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Skating Club ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll, 12: Garchive Business Staff 12. ELIZABETH LOFTUS. Commercial. Girl Reserves 12: Gar- scribes 12: Dancing Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Swimming Club 11. NAOMI LOFTUS. Technical. Dancing Club 12: Gar- scribes 12: Girl Reserves 12: Bowling Club 12: Senior Tea Committee. BEATRICE LORUSSO. Academic. Dramatic Club 12: Glee Club 12: K. A. K. 12: Musical Comedy 12. KATHRYN MACE. Technical. Lunch Patrol Checker 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Garscribes 12: Roller Skating Club ll, 12: Dancing Club 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Senior Girls' Tea Committee. ESTELLE M. MACHONIS. Academic. Bank Cashier 10, ll, 12: Assistant Head Cashier ll: Head Cashier 12: Dra- matic Club 10, ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Senior Dancing Club ll, 12: Blue and Gray Reporter 10: Circulation Man- ager of Blue and Gray ll, 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Senior Play Property Committee: Musical Comedy Cos- tume Committee: Senior Girls' Tea Committee. ANGELINE MANGANO. Commercial. Secretarial Club 12: Garscribes 12: Garchive Typist 12: Senior Tea Com- mittee. ROSE MARIANO. Commercial. Cafeteria Patrol 10: Gar- scribes 12: Garchive Typist 12: Serving Committee, Senior Girls' Tea. ANITA MARTIN. Academic. Senior Glee Club 12: Senior Roller Skating Club ll. 12: Musical Comedy 12. KATHLEEN MCCARTHY. Commercial. Homeroom Repre- sentative ll: Homeroom Secretary 10, 12: Lunch Permit Checker 10, ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Garscribes 12: Secretarial Club 12: Equestrian Club ll, 12: Roller Skating Club ll, 12: Class Day Committee. I Eighty-eight VERONICA MCEVOY. Academic. Bowling Club 12: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Senior Glee Club. ALICE MCHUGH. Technical. Lunch Permit Checker 10: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Cosmopoltian Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Roller Skating Club 10, ll: Invita- tion Committee. MARTHA MEDON. Technical. Basketball Team 10, ll, 12: Class Day Committee. ARLENE MILLER. Academic. Hall Patrol 12: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Library Student Staff 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Roller Skating Club ll, 12: Blue and Gray 10, ll, 12: Garchive Business Staff ll, 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. ' GRACE MISHKEL. Academic. Dancing Club ll, 12: Roller Skating Club 12. ELMETA MOORE. Technical. Dancing Club ll, 12. ELEANOR MORASKY. Academic. Cafeteria Patrol 10: Senior Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Variety Club 10, ll: Dancing Club 12: Hi-Speed Longhand 12: Senior Glee Club 12: Girl Reserves 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Senior Bowling Club 12: Senior Play Committee, Chair- man 12. DORIS H. MULVEY. Technical. Dancing Club 12: Swim- ming Club 12: Basketball Team 10, ll, 12. DELLA NARDONE. Technical. Lunch Patrol Checker 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Glee Club 12: Girl Reserves ll: Musical Comedy 12. OLYMPIA ANN NARDONE. Technical. Homeroom Sec- retary 10: Dancing Club ll, 12. MARTHA NAUM. Commercial. Homeroom Secretary 10. ll: Lunch Permit Checker 10, ll, 12: Secretarial Club 12: Senior Girls' Tea. Refreshment Committee. MARY NAUM. Academic. Captain, Hall Patrol 10: Presi- dent, Hall Patrol ll, 12: Variety Club 10: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Library Student Staff 10, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Octet ll, 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. IULE NEVITSKY. Technical. Dancing Club ll, 12. LILLIAN NEWITT. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Cafe- teria Patrol l0, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Garscribes 12. MARY O'CONNELL. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10: Assistant Bank Cashier ll, 12: Cafeteria Patrol 10: Senior Dancing Club ll, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll, 12: Swim- ming Club 10, ll, 12. RITA O'ROURKE. Technical. Homeroom Representative 10: Captain, Lunch Checkers 10, ll, 12: Assembly Squad 12: Twenty Grand Club ll, 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Senior Dancing Club 12. ANNE OSTROSKI. Technical. Fancywork Club 10: Dancing Club ll. HELEN T. PANICZKO. Commercial. Garscribes 12: Sec- retarial Club l2: Garchive Typist 12: Orchestra 10. SENIOR GIRLS' INDEX IANE PARKER. Academic. Homeroom Secretary 10: Equestrian 10, ll, 12: Ushers Club ll: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Student Library Staff 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Blue and Gray Reporter 10: Exchange Edi- tor Blue and Gray ll: Associate Editor Blue and Gray 12: Garchive Associate Editor 12: Token Committee. ZELDA IAYNE PERLMAN. Academic. Hall Patrol 10. 12: Chapel Librarian ll: Dramatic Club 10, ll: Dancing Club ll. ANNE PETRELLA. Technical. Hall Patrol 10, ll: Dancing Club ll, 12: Art Club 10, ll: Swimming Club ll, 12: Girl Reserve ll, 12: Roller Skating Club 12: Basketball 10, ll, 12. ELIZABETH PIERCE. Academic. Bank Cashier 10: Hall Patrol 10: Dramatic Club ll, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Swimming Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Gar- chive Business Staff 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Senior Play Property Committee. DORIS PLANTARICH. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, ll: Garscribes 12. FLORENCE R. PROPKER. Commercial. Swimming Club ll: Dancing Club 12. ARNA REED. Technical. FAYE REED. Technical. I-'LORENCE RENO. Technical. Bank Cashier 10, ll, 12: Cafeteria Patrol: Dancing Club ll, 12: Knitting Club ll: Cosmopolitan Club ll. 12. ALBERTA RICHARDS. Academic. DOROTHY RICHARDSON. Technical. Bank Cashier ll, 12: Dramatic Club ll, 12: Glee Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Musical Comedy 10, ll, 12: Drum Majorette ll, 12. IRENE ROHME. Technical. Bank Cashier 10. ll: Cafe- teria Patrol: Dancing Club ll, 12: Volley Ball 12: Senior Announcement Committee. REETA ROMAN. Commercial. Secretarial Club 12: Roller Skating Club: Dancing Club ll, 12: Chairman Invitation Committee. ANNA C. ROMANASKAS. Technical: Bank Cashier 10: Bowling Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Skating Club 12: Dramatic Club IO: Cosmopolitan Club: Stamp Club 10: Musical Comedy 12. EVELYN SAVITZ. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10: Secretarial Club 12: Dancing Club 12. GENEVIEVE SCHILLER. Academic. Associate Represen- tative 10, 12: Representative ll: Swimming Club: Drama- tic Club ll, 12: Blue and Gray 10. ll, 12: Garchive Edi- torial Staff 12: Senior Play Cast: Orchestra 10, ll, 12: Senior Class Song Committee. CLAIRE SCHWARTZ. Academic. Equestrian Club 10. ll, 12: Bowling Club 125 Dancing Club 11, 12: Cheerleader ll, 12: Glee Club ll: Musical Comedy 10. ALBENA SENUTA. Commercial. Bank Cashier 10: Secre- tary ll: Secretarial Club 12: Bowling Club 12. ' BERTHA M. SHIMCOTT. Technical. Hall Patrol 10: K. A. K. 10: Bowling Club 12: Senior Gift Committee. MARY SIMON. Technical. Lunch Patrol Checker 10, ll: Cafeteria Patrol 12: Senior Dancing Club 12: Hi-Speed Longhand Club 12. RUTH C. SMITH. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10: Assembly Squad 10, ll, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12. LENA SHERRY SMULOVTZ. Commercial. Hall Patrol IO, ll, 12: Garscribe Club 12: Dancing Club ll: Bowling Club 12: Swimming Club ll, 12: Garchive Photographer Editor 12: Blue and Gray IO. ll: Blue and Gray Typist 12. KATHRYN SNYDER. Technical. Hall Patrol 10: Girl Re- serves l2: Bowling Club 12. MARY SPILGYS. Commercial. Garscribes 12: Secretarial 12: Senior Girls' Tea Committee. SARA STEIN. Commercial. Secretarial Club 12. ELINOR SUTKUS. Technical. Cafeteria Patrol 10: Cos- mopolitan Club ll: Skating Club 12: Bowling Club 12: Hy-Speed Longhand Club 12: Senior Gift Committee. BERTHA SWENSKI. Academic. Lunch Patrol Checker IU. ll, 12: Dancing Club 12. I AUDREY THOMAS. Technical. Senior Glee Club ll, 12: Senior Skating Club ll: Senior Dancing Club 12: Girl Re- serves 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. MARY THOMAS. Academic. Bank Cashier 10, ll, 12: Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Assembly Squad 10: Dancing Club ll. 12. RUTH TISCHLER. Academic. Representative ll: Assist- ant Captain Cafeteria Patrol 10, ll: President Cafeteria and Lunch Permit Checkers 12: Glee Club ll. 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Swimming Club 12: Physics Club ll: Ushers Club ll: Garchive Business Manager ll, 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. LORRAINE TYRRELL. Technical. Dancing Club ll, 12: Assistant Bank Cashier 12. ELYSABETHE KINGSLEE UHLAR. Academic. Dramatic Club 10: Dancing Club ll. 12: Cosmopolitan Club 12: Hi- Speed Longhand Club 12: Senior Girls' Tea Committee: Senior Gift Committee. MARTHA ANN UMLAH. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10. ll: Captain Hall Patrol 12: Girl Reserves 12: Swimming Club 12: Equestrian Club 12: Garscribes 12: Dancing Club 11: I-Iostess Committee Senior Girls' Tea. , REGINA UMLAH. Technical. Hall Patrol 10, ll, 12: Danc- ing Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12. - IULE VENCHELL.. Technical. Eighty-nine SENIOR 'GIRLS' INDEX HELEN VITCHUS. Commercial. Hall Patrol 10, ll: Cap- tain Hall Patrol 12: Secretarial Club 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Skating Club 12: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Senior Girls' Tea Committee. VICTORIE REGINA WADE. Academic. Hy-Speed Long- hand Club 12: Cosmopolitan Club 12: Glee Club 12: Musi- cal Comedy 12: Senior Gift Committee: Dancing Club ll, 12. LA VERNE DOROTHY WALTERS. Academic. Bank Cash- ier l0: Secretary ll: Lunch Permit Checker 10: Dancing Club 11, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Equestrian Club ll, 12: Bowling Club 12: Musical Comedy ll. THELMA WATTS. Technical. Hy-Speed Longhand Club 12: Dancing Club. DORRIS WEIDNER. Technical. Homeroom Secretary 10. 12: Representative ll: Hall ,Patrol 10: Glee Club ll, 12: Art Club 10: Equestrian Club 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves 10, 11, 12: Dancing Club ll, 12: Skating Club ll: Variety Club 10: Bowling Club 12: Cheerleader ll, 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12. STELLA WIERZBICKI. Technical. OLWEN WIl.LlAMS. Academic. Orchestra 10, ll, 12: Student Library Staff 10. ll, 12: Girl Reserves ll, 12: Math Club 12: Dramatic Club ll: Twenty Grand ll, 12: Gar- chive Business Staff 12: Glee Club 12: Bowling Club 12. FLORENCE WI1.SON. Academic. Senior Dancing Club: Hy-Speed Longhand Club 12. IRENE WOIICK. Academic. Homeroom Secretary 10: Dramatic Club 10. ll. 12: Physics Club ll: Bowling Club 12: Skating Club ll: Dancing Club ll. 12: Student Library Staff ll. 12: Usher Squad ll: Head Usher 12: Girl Re- serves ll, 12: Assembly Squad ll: Garchive Editorial Staff 12: Blue and Gray 10: Circulation Manager Blue and Gray ll: Editor-in-Chief Blue and Gray 12: Token Com- mittee. lULE YURELANIS. Technical. IRENE YUSCAVAGE. Academic. Equestrian Club 11, 12: Dramatic Club 10, ll, 12: Girl Reserves 10, ll. 12: Bowling Club 12: Blue and Gray Reporter 10, 11: Exchange Editor Blue and Gray 12: Garchive Business Staff 12: Senior Play Property Committee. CAROLYN ZAMPETTI. Academic. Cafeteria and Hall Patrol 10: Skating Club ll, 12: Dancing Club ll: Girl Re- serves ll: Math Club 12: Senior Tea Committee. RITA ZAMPETTI. Academic. Lunch Patrol Checker 10, 11, 12: Cosmopolitan Club ll: Dancing Club ll. REGINA R. ZOBEL. Technical. Table Patrol 10: Glee Club ll, 12: Girl Reserves 12: Fancy Work Club 10: Dancing Club ll, 12: Musical Comedy ll, 12: Drum Majorette 11, 12. -K . .Mt ,Ile Rf 5 lNineiy .pw CALENDAR SEPT. 4-Back in the groove! Beatin' the old paths again! Nestled once more in the arms of our DEAR alma mater. And of course the inevitable, "Who did you get for home- room?" "Boy, now I'll NEVER be able to move without an excuse." "Why do I have to get HER?" SEPT. 8-Classes are in full swing on the first chapter and "You absolutely cannot have your schedule changed again. Isn't there anyone you get along with?"-Miss Gabriel has taken over the reins of THE OFFICE and rules supreme for better or for worse. SEPT. I5-Already scholastic authority asserts itself. "You ARE NOT to go to 'Bing's' for lunch." To Mr. Maguire has fallen the task of herding the hungry culprits from "Bing's" and policing those who skip out for the noon- time feed.-HOORAY! TEAM! TEAM! TEAM! The first pep meeting! And WHAT an uproar! Such spirit and enthusiasm is enough to Wann the cockles of anyone's heart. Our new football heroes hit the gridiron for the first time this season in a 7-8 victory against Nanticoke. Some game and GORGEOUS weather-The BLUE AND GRAY sprouted the first real social event of the season, a wienie roast. Much good food and much better dark- ness-Iane Parker and Paul Richards were there. This was one of the leading factors which started this couple on the "steady" track. Tommy Hughes and Doris Weidner still seek each others exclusive company. SEPT. 22-Oh, well. you can't win all the time. Good game. though-GAR 0, LUZERNE 7. But Yike! can that Kennedy play ball! SEPT. 29-Clair Schwartz has begun her eternal quest for a man. Ruth Lloyd and Freddie Wendell are STILL goin' steady: Alice Caffrey's better half hails from White Haven: and these couples last throughout the year. OCT. 6-Now I know what it is to be a Senior-not so good. not so good-What a shellackin'! Larksville 13, GAR O-The first dancing class! EUREKA! What a troop of Terpsichores! Iust listen to that jive-The Girl Reserves get under way under the guiding hand of Mary Lewis and looking in on the Senior element, that club is going to be pre-tty sharp-Our VERY FIRST BLACKOUT! What a thrill! SUCH opportunities-So soon the rumors of CLASS NIGHT whisper forth. You lucky girls!-MOTHER NATURE outdid herself in the spectacular northern lights: AURORA BOREALIS to the Seniors-The first issue of the BLUE :S GRAY. Boy. oh boy! looks good, mighty good: off to a nice gossipy start! OCT. 13-The BAND certainly can swing it out but solid! Rhythm plus! A nice sample of big time stuff-The Han- over-GAR game, pretty good. Score Hanover 7 GAR 6. At last-No more secret slams and digs and unsociable mutterings about The BLUE AND GRAY. The OUCH COR- NER provides a legitimate space for gettin' it off your chest and getting even with the sarcastic reporters.-The Stu- dent Council is certainly revolutionary! More power to you! Goodwin Kupris will make his cohorts step lively! Now we can really see the function of a student govem- ment. Little does he know of the future. OCT. 20-Our dignified Girl Reserves hold their first con- ference. From the report they must have had a lively time-G. A. R. O-Plymouth 6: with the sun beaming right into our eye and reflecting beautifully from the band in- strument-The first order for SENIOR RINGS! Tangible proof of SENIORITY-Senior Picture Proofs and our un- tiring, nonchalant Charlie, ye old photog, with his cherish- ed camera and blinding flashes of surprise candids.- The shining lights of the Iunior class. THE USHERS, were appointed and one half will be kept on the straight and narrow by none other than Kennedy himself. Wojcik rules the other half. OCT 27.-Amidst eerie lights and ghostly witches and owls, the HALLOWE'EN DANCE rode its broom to suc- cess.-Mary Thomas and Ioe Aszura are still as solid as the Rock of Gibralter. And in antithesis-Rocco Phillips is forever chasing "Olly" Williams Clncidentally he does it all year longl. Poor "Rocco!" And all you can get out of Lenovitz is that his name is Mickey-A few Seniors lost their traditional dignity: and the Underclassmen gain- ed a few horse laughs at the unconventional positions and friendly trouncings of some of the initiates at the Library Club Party. Delicious cake and no place for a timid soul-For the first in the annals of GAR. the Hi-Y Club makes its debut! It includes all the he-men and is under the guidance of Mr. Roberts, the he-manest of them all. NOV. 3-For one day it rained. And then it rained again. And the wind blew. And the wind blew again. REMEM- BER? The day of the GAR 0-Plains 19 game-with the field a pond of mud and our players a bouquet of water lilies! And a nice cozy, comfy crowd.-OOOO! Dimpled knees, slim ankles, short skirts, pigtails, wigs, especially those of Bill Iohns and Iohn McKenzie-they look positive- ly alive. Ll'L ABNER DAY-complete with Marryin' Sam !Morris Savitzl and Daisy Mae's girlfriend. Reminds me of burles-WHAT AM I SAYIN'?-VICTORY! VICTORY! GAR-COUGHLIN game. Topped our city rival at a 7-6 score. NOV. 10-"My proofs aren't good at all. They don't flat- ter me a bit"-Patrons' Day is either good or bad: de- pending on the number of E's one possesses-The Annis- tice program started you to thinking, didn't it? It doesn't hurt to get down to earth once in a while-Oh to be in England, now that the RAF is there! Oh such stuff! Pilot Douglas Simon spoke in chapel and left the starry-eyed maidens in a tailspin. CDO THEY GROW THEM NICE IN ENGLAND!! With such cute accents and intriguing ad- ventures-If it seems as if H- broke loose, it was just the SCAVENGERS from the Girl Reserve Scavenger Hunt hunting all over the city and neighboring "burroughs"- Once more we bow to mighty opponent, Kingston, in the heart-breaking score of 7-8. We'll do it every time. NOV. 17-It's a pleasure to have your picture taken. especially if you can get out of CHEMISTRY. !That's legal! -Charlie has the patience of Iob.-And it's another treat to run down a few flights of stairs from classes into a good movie in the auditorium, and that's not sarcasm!-The Assembly Programs improve and improve. And the cat- calls and rasberries becorne louder and louder. Insuffer- able conduct! Ninety-one t 1 CALENDAR NOV. 24-The Hi-Y club sponsored the Thanksgiving Pep Dance and proved their value by the success of the affair. The dance was their first real public venture and they did it up brown! The boys of the football team received little gold footballs-sort of souvenirs, you know, school days, school days, dear old golden rule days. etc.-The final burst of football pep terminated in the LAST PEP MEET- ING of the year, the last one the Seniors will ever attend, and it brought the grid season to a smashing climax.- To put the finishing touches to an eventful season the Hart Theatre sponsored a PEP RALLY in which the Garguys and gals really did themselves justice.-The crowning glory of our pigskin efforts, the Thanksgiving game against Meyers, brought our football season to a colorful finis though it ended in 7-3 defeat. You can't do more than your best. DEC. 1-All the energy of the students is concentrated on Xmas gifts for THE ONE AND ONLY. You can't get a thing out of them but that! All our activities and affairs fade into insignificance as we hear the cry WAR! From this point on we cease being individuals and work united for VICTORY. For the present "we put away childish things" as we realize the enorrnity of this catastrophe and our share in it. . DEC. 8-The controversy about The BLUE AND GRAY rages on, championed by a few staunch supporters.-The Senior English classes are just one massive oratorio, with the Whole class singing in unison, to the tune of the "Organ Grinders Swing," "Haste thee nymph and bring with thee"-It's nothing short of farcical. Two for the price of one-The Blue and Gray AND Roto: at last-something for nothin'. DEC. 15-The Senior Tea proved, miraculously, that some of our Sr. Girls CAN ACT cultured and dignified, which made everyone feel good, including the amazed girls: the carols were really festive and very Christmassy.-After all these years: we have finally procured Christmas dec- oration. All the silver and green! Pre-tty rare!-The bat- tle of words in the English classes fly fast and furious, curbed only by Parliamentary Procedure and Mr. Baiz's neutral hand. Some of the questions open for discussion almost lead to bloodshed, well anyway, at least to hair pulling. - DEC. 22-The first formal of the year! And it's a bare shouldered triumph! Amazing what a gown and a few other gadgets can do for a long sloppy sweater and a pair of filthy saddles! And to make you feel even more grown up and sophisticated there's the Girl Reserve Formal to show off at.-SENIOR H. S. really outdid itself in perfect conduct at the Christmas Play. Which just proves that the student body can appreciate something well done.-The sound of dribbling on hardwood floors gives rise to the rumor of BASKETBALL.-And now-the most welcomed and looked forward to breathing spell- it comes with a surge of relief from the kids as they let loose for a vacation of fun! MERRY CHRISTMAS! Ninety-two -1942- IAN. 5-Vacation was just too, too good to last! Back to the old grind again! But we always have our NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS to comfort us. Gee. you don't even get a chance to limber up!-Class night right off the bat.-All these mysterious goings on-such confusing ex- hibits and crazy posters are just a hint of the Garchive campaign.-But you're not supposed to know what they're for. See? IAN. 12-The Garchive campaign is really under way- and the Garchive skit is a riot! Originality at its best! Good jokes: even Iunior High School caught on. The fatal days are approaching! "THE TIMES THAT TRY MEN 'S SOULS"-Review is commencing. Now is the time when all good students begin to cram, cram, and cram some more.-If you see some of the girls gliding through the halls with a halo and wings, you know immediately that they must be knitting Red Cross squares for the afghan. Yes, the afghan. Yarn obtained from Miss Brooks. IAN. 19-"The Garchive Staff wishes to give you a per- sonality record of your days at GAR!" The Senior ques- tionnaire. You find out things about yourself that you never knew before. Wonder what the egotists found? "Put an X opposite your choice: vote only for one." The results: The President of the Senior class of 1942, Lincoln Kennedy: Vice President, Leo Troy: Treasurer, Norman Cross: Secretary, Eleanor Dombrosky. The War is getting too close to home! Make you sort of uncomfortable!- On five short bells leave your rooms, retum to your home- rooms for your wraps, at the next signal proceed to the shelter, etc., etc., until the all clear signal is given. Air Raid Drills and our imaginations furnish the bombers! Somewhere near here Dorothy Richardson becomes the possessor of a diamond which she continues to sport all year. IAN. 26-Our fate never hung by a thinner thread! Prac- tically painless and only lasts two days! SUCH mid-year exams! Toughest ones I ever sweated through! I-'rom school to "Bing's" and "Bing's" to school. Cramming every inch of the way. FEB. 2-"Every lassie has her laddie" even on a horse! The Equestrian club has opened its feminine stables to the stronger sex. It has never been done before. Novel idea. Do you have a social security number? You have, good. All you need is a job. Every Senior filled out a federal employment registration card for the convenience of Uncle Sam.-See you at work.-"Tis whispered that some of our young male faculty members will have to join the army. Let your soul give rise to Schappert and Wood in khaki." FEB. 9-Miss Cohen, 'scuse please, Mrs. Harrison, sur- vives Mr. Schappert as the Pilot of the BLUE AND GRAY. Wojcik survives Gates. No more loafing in the Blue and Gray office, assignments in on time, no more monkey CALENDAR business.-"Your in the army now." The band and the part of the student body which had enough bad nerve to skip, gave Messrs. Wood and Schappert a royal send off! Hope the boys learn to take orders NOW. We'll miss 'em though.-Instead of valentines this year, the girls used invites to the Girl Reserve Valentine Dance. Serves the purpose prettily. And a good time was had by all.-Alice Caffrey is appointed editor-in-chief of the Garchive, a po- sition which requires considerable responsibility, but she can do it. FEB. 16-After weeks of strenuous rehearsal the achieve- ment supreme of the Glee Club was reached "THE BELLE OF BAGDAD." The music was a treat and the costuming superb.-Our Library played host to future U. S. Draftees on Registration Day-we didn't have any school. You hurdle that one! Our red haired Cherub, David Martin. replaced Kennedy as head usher. FEB. 23-The war gets nearer and nearer.-"All the boys interested in model airplanes give name to homeroom teacher. Our minimum quota is 50 planes. The navy de- partment is greatly in need of them."-The movie "RUG- GLES OF RED GAP" had the kids rolling in the aisles.- Blanks issued to be filled out for Sr. Announcement orders come one, come all! The Announcements even rate a committee, gee!-The Senior Class held a meeting: Lin- coln Kennedy presided, Mr. Henning gave a pep talk.- Iennie Gelfand's secret has leaked out. lt is one lack Whitesnare of New York. New York no less.-Brunhilde Lanterman's "Buddy" is in the Medical Corps. One of our first to be left behind, but Brownie doesn't mind a whit. -Up to this point Bill Iohns and lule Nevitsky have done nothing but scrapped. Steadies you know and from what we know, they go right on scrapping for the rest of the year.-Laverne Walters and Bobby Howell get along bet- ter than anyone, pardon, any couple we have. MARCH 2-Bucknell Ir. College opened its stately portals to the aspiring youth who wish to further their educations. "Sub-Freshman Day" was a success, the food was delici- ous but scarce. the music rare and the attentive college men so-o attractive.-After due deliberation, "The Prince Chap" was elected as the Senior Play by Miss Cora Ed- wards. "Gatsie" has the male lead and Iulie Gulick the part of the kid.-Pvts. Wood and Schappert seem intent on squandering every cent of that S521 a day once a month on fan mail.-The "Futiles" are commencing to sneak up on us. Someone will regret this. They're enough to drive anyone to chewing on his false teeth.-The Bowling Bug has bitten. The first club is the Senior Club sponsored by Mr. Collini, and it is Gutterman and Valaika who send those balls thundering down the alleys. MARCH 9-Victory Book Campaign closes, you know help the U S O.-All the kids that had any part in the musical comedy dragged themselves to the Party in the gym and had a really hep time. MARCH 16-Oh boy-Iune draws nigh-the Gift and Song Committee have been chosen and begin work. Pretty soon other Senior committees will be picked and then- MARCH 23-Tope's "Terribles" lord it all over the Sr. H. S. just because they're the Basketball Champs.-People who are not cultured irk me no end-yeah, we mean the ones who don't enjoy Organlogues. We've had a coupla good ones, though.-G. A. R. was certainly jolted out of its rut. Several seniors nonchalantly appeared in slacks which caused no end of comment. MARCH 30-After seeing "The Prince Chap," Charles Gates is headed straight for Hollywood. The way "Gat- sie" heaved Iulie Gulick around it was positively pa- ternal.-The Iunior Class held a meeting and decided to give the Seniors a Prom. Rather decent of them don't you think?-Happy day: Easter vacation! Now we can all get in the groove and commune with Nature! APR. 6-We are not in school. APR. 13-Nothing! Nothing! Absolutely Nihil happened in this beehive of activity. It was just nice and monoton- ous.-Veronica McAvoy has ensnared in her service net one lack Smith who delights to stay there.-Mary Barrett and Leonard Andes continue to bill and coo unmindful of all others. Amor! APR. 20-All of a sudden, quick like, posters spring up all over the building, "Garchive Dance." A bit in the way of advertisment was a masterpiece of English. The ex- clusive Garchive Dance was held in the Gym Room of the G. A. R. Astoria. The waitresses were the Iunior members of the exclusive Garchive Staff. It was held in the exclu- sive cabaret style. It was the heppiest shindig these witches and zombies perked to in many a moon.-lohn Clarke is appointed Chainnan of the Class Day Activities: Bill lohns heads the Class Night Committee.-All those nice little bright kids in the Sr. class who are more brainy than others had the chance to prove all their sweet little heads held in the Bucknell and State Scholarship Tests. -The Two Girls' Bowling Clubs are under way after a bit of polite scrappin'. The Iunior and Senior Bowling Clubs. -Are we ever in luck-Registration Day-no school: wholesale sugar rationing the rest of the week which means early dismissal! Yippee! APR. 27-No school Monday-sugar registration: early dismissal and half hour periods for the whole week.- On Friday the G. A. R. proteges sat for 3Vz hours and concentrated for the State Scholarship Test. That positive- ly was the worst thing we ever sat through.-Iimmy Bemp- kins begins to collect his crew for the lr.-Sr. Prom. Nice kids, these Iuniors. MAY 4-Somewhere about this time the Seniors held a meeting. In the auditorium, which turned into a cate clysm. Blood and bones all over. "You can't go here. "You can't go there," no buses, no transportation. So we are off to the Sterling for Class Night. The Outing? Who knows? . Ninety-three xiii X , pered forth that the final test comes out Iune 1. Woe to MAY 25-Practice just joggles along happily.-The final week to make up E's and are they getting made up! Most of Mrs. Hay's class is in the clear. 1 ff . - CALENDAR if May ll-The Girl Re e ' have a hash-sling at the Y on Monday and for on the fooiwas good. Chickenl- ye "E" holders! Wednesday nigh super-a dience appreciated the weeks of toil put by Mr. re, the Band Concert. It was grooney. Ex llenytl Hep. eautiful! We can't say enough in prais abo'ti"t.-T day night the prom- Iohnny Marti ' rfhes ns a plenty-O'Connor and Co. viz. ggo, McK i , Basgier, R. Zobel: two luniors we have ot deign. to name, munched ' celery a peanuts all ring the eve and then stalked off wit 1 the decorations. Iohnny had the best time of all h as made up all his E's and is a blue blooded in the esh senior.-The tenor of the Sr: Chem. classes. o proof weight losers.-UNKNOWNS! For three days Srs. sweated through them and for three nights they worried about them.-Gas rationing this week with the teachers working overtime and the kids having a swell time.-It almost looks as if we will have the Outing at Rocky Glen.-The Token Committee begins to whet its verbal sword. MAY 18-The Invitations have arrived. Happy Day!- We start to practice. Do we ever e - ood.-'Tis whis- IUNE l-The List has arrived! That such a document should hold the destines of so many. The sword of Damocles!-Our outing, after weeks of arguing. unde- cidedness, and a positive pitched battle. we arrive. Be- sides one or two minor catastrophes, all Went hilariously well. Pretty rare! IUNE 8-The fateful week has arrived. Class day, with its notoriety, the gift and the variegated program at which we alternately shed tears, bawled, and hissed.-Gradua- tion brings to a close a very eventful and history making year. For us as well as to the world. We leave with a myriad of pleasant memories and a few pangs of regret. SJ.'li.L0...1 re bi X 'Lk "' Q 1 ,,o- is Q it is W f 5 1 ,-1: tE.f.2t1.ffi2'iiss it CKY? Ninetyliour f f C if y? X AUTOGRAPHS 'L F I 7? hwy K ww , PQ jQ5ggifg ! 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