G A R Memorial High School - Garchive Yearbook (Wilkes Barre, PA)
- Class of 1954
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SENIOR CLASS with the STUDENT BODY
G. A. R. HIGH SCHOOL
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BOARD f ED CAT
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Mr. Allen E. Bacon
Superintendent of City Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
First Row: R. Gloman, A. Dunn, H. Gillman, J. H. May, Standing: L. Jones, J. Gallagher,
A. Aston, C. Smith, Dr. J. Valenti
Focusing our television camera in the
proper direction to insure complete cover-
age of all the essential education factors
so vital to our success in future life is the
responsibility of our capable and compet-
ent superintendent, Mr. Allen E. Bacon.
His unlimited knowledge of the iob in-
sures a clear image of the task ahead.
Providing the finest in equipment
and counselors is the responsibility
of this highly esteemed group of
public citizens. Our cameras would
have little to report if it were not
for their thougbtfulness and long
range planning. Their constant
thought of our welfare makes it
possible for us to enioy the finest
in educational reception.
Co-ordination and supervision of our vast network of
educational projects is the direct responsibility of our
Principal Mr. Victor Baiz. Competent by training and
experience his position as Director makes it possible
for students to achieve the finest in educational pro-
graming. His counseling and guidance will long be
appreciated by his many associates.
Mr. Waller Wood
The control room or nerve center is responsible for
personnel and program scheduling. Being able to
locate a specific performer at the exact moment and
maintaining a complete record of all achievements
of each individual concerned represents but a few of
the innumerable tasks. Their efficient manner has won
the respect of all concerned.
Mr. Victor Bai:
Miss Mary McAnlff
Director of Activities
Nancy Williams Mabel Brennan
Ozzie is of medium height,
attractive and has an ex-
quisite taste for clothes.
She enjoys professional box-
ing and wrestling, traveling
and listening to good music.
She is sure to succeed in
the future as a business-
Tall, attractive, cultured, and
a grand sense of humor
describe Alice who was one
of our cheerleaders. All
food, animals, good music
and books rate high with
her. She will certainly make
an efficient government
Girls, cars and spaghetti rate
high with this happy-go-
lucky senior. Gordy is hand-
some, intelligent, witty and
popular. His future plans in-
clude the armed service and
with his determination he
will surely succeed.
George is one of our more
quiet senior boys who likes
french fries, sports and tele-
vision. He has no dislikes
and we know he will suc-
ceed in whatever he plans
to do in the future.
Toni is a fun-loving girl
with no dislikes. She can
usually be found dancing at
the C,Y.C. After graduation
she is going to California
to enter the business world.
We will certainy miss her.
ARTISTS . . .
G. A. R. CLASS SONG-1954
Moments we shared in High School
Will always linger throughout the years.
Forever we'll always cherish
The thoughts of students and teachers dear,
We will honor G. A. R. forevermore
As we part now, we the class of "54".
The future will be much brighter,
But we'll recall them, the days gone by,
Our Alma Mater will be remembered
n our Graduation day.
This petite senior likes spa-
ghetti, people with a sense
of humor, reading and
music, while she dislikes
conceited boys and girls.
She also dislikes crooners.
She plans to be a telephone
operator in the future.
Tall and blonde with gray
eyes describe Carol. Among
her likes are music, sports
and bookkeeping. While
spending her leisure time
reading, she also enioys
listening to music. Her fu-
ture plans include ioining
Energetic and full of fun
best describes Bucky. He
enioys being with the gang
as well as fishing and hik-
ing. Among his other likes
are pizza and music. Bucky's
future plans include joining
the Air Force.
the rippling Susquehanna,
slowly winds its way
our dear old Alma Mater,
forever and for aye.
Good things come in small
packages and this is true
where Chas is concerned.
He is a happy-go-lucky guy
with a terrific personality
who likes hunting, fishing,
or playing the guitar. His
future plans are undecided.
Loyal sons and daughters greet thee,
Greet thee, dear old G. A. R.
When we sing our life's last message
Sweetest on our lips will be,
Memories of our days in high school,
Days that live so rich and free.
Loyal sons and daughters praise thee.
Praise thee, dear old G. A. R.
Tall, dark and good-looking
is a description of Paul. He
prefers nice girls, and good
foods rather than conceited
people. Paul's hobby is
playing golf. His future
plans are to ioin the Air
Traveling and good food
rate high with this quiet
senior whose only dislike
is mathematics. His hobby
is hunting. We wish him
lots of luck in his future
plan to join the Air Force.
Tall, handsome, and full of
fun are a few descriptions
applying to Bogie. His likes
include home cooking, cars,
hot music and all sports.
The Air Force will be gain-
ing a very handsome pilot
Medium height, friendly,
ambitious and good-looking
describes Tom. He likes
good food, boat racing and
fishing. He is also sports
editor of the Bue and Gray.
He plans to enter college
Always ready with a
smile and a friendly "
for everyone is Dol. Pi
movies and dancing
among her likes while
dislikes iealous people.
future ambition is to
come a secretary.
Jim is full of fun and always
ready to join in a ioke.
His likes are good movies
and food, while his hobby
is hiking and readfng, Jim's
future plans include college
and the Army.
Tall, energetic and good-
looking describes Marty.
With his cheerful manner
and friendly smile, he rates
high among his fellow stu-
dents. All kinds of sports
are included in his likes,
with college in his future
BERNICE PHYLLIS CELENDER
Bernie is short, cute and
sociable. She likes good
music and dancing, but she
dislikes conceited people.
Bernie plans to enter busi-
ness college and become a
secretary. With her delight-
ful personality, she is sure
Five feet eleven inches tall
with dark hair and eyes
describes Bob. He likes
steak and music while he
dislikes anything having to
do with homework. His
hobby is swimming. His
future plans are uncertain,
Tall, handsome, well groom-
ed and a beaming person-
ality best describe Bob. He
will be well remembered
by his classmates for his
friendliness and fine schol-
astic work. In the future he
intends to enter college.
Maggie is a petite blue-eyed
blonde who enioys food,
sports, movies and dancing
to good music. She will al-
ways be remembered for
her activeness in school af-
fairs. She will surely be a
successful child technician.
Bill a handsome, happy-go-
luck chap, likes girls and
sports, but dislikes conceit-
ed people. His carefree
ways have won him many
friends. After graduation,
he plans to attend college
where success will be as-
Tall and Blonde, Rose is
well-known as editor of the
Blue and Gray, She is liked
by everyone for her splen-
did personality, This senior
enters the business world
after she has helped our
paper to fame.
Theresa is one of our pret-
tiest senior girls who likes
sports and typing. Theresa
excels in music and delights
in playing the accordion. Her
future ambition is to be a
secretary in a large office.
Blue-eyed, blonde haired
and energetic best describe
this good-looking athlete.
Pizza, spaghetti and girls
are among his likes while
he dislikes conceived people
He is sure to excel -n any-
thing he undertakes in the
Blue eyes, curly blonde
hair, and good natured
describes Pat who
loves participating in sports.
vivacious senior also
food, and hum-
people among he'
likes Good luck to a future
Very cute and happy-go-
lucky describes this care-
free senior who has loads
of friends. Conceited peo-
ple are her chief dislike,
while modern dancing and
skating rate high. After
graduating Peggy plans to
Lecc-me a secretary.
Tall happy, and a fine
friend to all is a descrip-
tion of Mer. He will be
well remembered for his
personality and scholastic
We are sure that
nts career in DuPont will
be a success,
Happy - go - liicky describes
this gay young fellow who
is known to his friends as
Sye. Among his likes are
hunting, fishing, swimming,
and dancing, At the pres-
ent time his future plans
SARAH JANE DAVIS RACHEL DELL AGLIO JOSEPH DeLUCCO ROBERT DIAMONDS BERNARD DOBOSH
Attractive friendly a n d
nice to be with best de
scribes Janie T is ass
likes men pizza and danc
ing but dislikes nothing
Wit her friendly er
sonality we are sure she
w ma e efficient
Lots of fun and a bunch
of laughs describes none
other than Rach who has
personaity plus Music
good food and dancing
are superb with her After
graduating she plans to be
come a secretary
ikes include eating and
movies He dislikes
who are conceited
better known as
plans to be a writer
future and is sure
fun loving seniors
Friendly and good looking
describe this popular senior
Bobs hobby is playing the
Tuba which accounts for
his love of band music and
music class He is bound
b a success in a
endeavor he chooses
a handsome athletic
and intelligent are a fw
characteristics f Bernie
An outdoor type he
loys hunting fishing drink
ing milkshakes and danc
mg We know Bernie will
surely make good his
chosen field of engineer
Friendly and ambitious are
ony a few words hat
describe Tom He has no
dslikes but his likes which
are many include pizza
chem stry movies a n d
track His future plans are
to loin the Navy
Tall attractive and reserved
descr be Tesse one of our
popular cheerleaders who
led our team to victory
Letter writing making ice
ceam sodas and sports
are among her interests
T se plans t rom
Good natured and fun to
be with is Isabelle Skating
football games steaks and
french fries rate high but
she dslikes conceited peo
e the future
pleasing senior plans to be
come a secretary
Hauling from home room
is this quiet goo
natured fellow Among hs
es a all sports an
good music He is a mem
ber of the band and orch
estra His future plans in
clude radio and television
Eck's quiet nature, carefree
ways and athletic ability
have won him admiration
by all. He is meticulous
in manner and dress, ath-
letic, friendly and intelli-
gent. With his pleasing
personality he will succeed
in all he endeavors.
Emily will be remembered
for her personality and
well - groomed appearance.
She enioys dancing, televi-
sion and pizza, but dislikes
conceited people. Although
her future plans are inde-
finite she can't help but
Full of fun, carefree, and
plenty of personality is
Babs. Collecting good rec-
ords, movies and social
people are her main likes.
Her pleasing personality
will aid her in making
many friends at designing
Ike, whose favorite pastime
is designing fashionable
automobiles, finds con-
ceited people very distaste-
ful. His wonderful sense
of humor has won him
many friends. He hopes
some day to own a little
ranch farm with horses.
Tail, dark brown hair, and
smiling brown eyes de-
scribe this pretty senior.
Babs likes happy people,
pizza, and movies. She
dislikes conceited people.
We are sure Bal.-as will
make a good secretary with
her pleasing personality.
Chuck has a frendly per
sonaluty He lukes all sports
and enuoys being wuth peo
pe and having a good
time He duslukes conceuted
people His hobby us buuld
ung thungs Hus future plans
include uounung the Navy
Tall likeable and friendly
us Irv who possesses a mar
velous sense of humor
which makes hm the lufe
o every party H w
long be remembered for
us dramatuc abuluty us
future plans unclude attend
Fruendly and cute with
bond haur and brown
eyes descrube Em She en
uoys lustenurug to the radio
television dancing and eat
un She has no dusu es
Her future plans unclude
uounung the Aur Force and
nn well known or
beung an actuve member of
our class She us one of
o u r outstanding cheer
leaders Her lukes are many
while she duslukes anything
dull She wull be a success
un whatever she undertakes
Tall handsome athletuc and
untellugent descrube Swet
who wull be remembered
for hus sense of humor and
hus way wuth women
lukes sports money cars
an gurls wu be
handsome and competent
Ta sophisticated a n d
meticulous un dress and
manner best descrube Jean
Among her lukes are danc
ung lustenung to records
and talkung with witty peo
ple Wuth her wonderful
characteristics Jean w ll
surely succeed as a model
Vnce likes skating dancung
eating puzza and Art Class
but duslukes conce teo boys
an gurls very
good cook and after grad
uatung plans to be a cook
un the Unuted States Navy
Frank who us very active un
sports lukes food movies
musuc and television H
us always wullung to take
p t un any good tumes
wuth his fruends He plans
a future wuth the Unuted
Joe us another one of our
tall good looking athletes
Among his likes are foot
ball pizza and pretty gurls
hus duslukes are con
ceuted people Joes future
unclude the Unuted
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Fun, a member of the
wrestling squad, likes pizza
and raviola while he dis-
likes conceited people and
mashed potatoes. Fuu's
future plan is to go into
business as the manager of
a large market.
music and a wide
of friends. He can
be heard talking
electronics. In the
he plans to enter
in which he is sure
Among Jack's likes are
good food, popular music
and pretty girls, while he
dislikes conceited people.
In his spare moments you
will find Jack listening to
records. Jack's future goal
is to loin the Air Force.
and poised describes Spider
who possesses the gracious-
ness of a perfect lady. She
enioys driving, dancing,
loafing, and traveling and
dislikes bad weather. She
will surely succeed in all
Short, dark, and friendly
describe Betty. She likes
friendly people, dancing,
and the colors red and yel-
low, and dislikes conceited
people. Her hobby is roller
skating. Her future plans
include being a secretary
Jerry likes movies and
sports, while he dislikes
conceited people and his--
tory. ln his spare moments
you will find Jerry watch-
ing television and drawing
pictures of dogs. We know
Jerry will succeed in what-
ever he does.
Neat, pleasant, and fun to
be with describe Elinor.
With a shy grin and quiet
manner, she is always
ready to help others. She
loves to eat and dance and
will surely make an attrac-
Popular, good looking and
All-Schoastic describe Kib
to a T. Among his likes
a r e football, wrestling,
mathematics and pizza.
This senior will long be re-
membered by his class-
mates and teachers. Leo's
future plans include college.
Friendly but quiet describes
John who likes fishing and
hiking whie he only dis--
likes conceited people. John
has the first chair of the
clarinet section in the
band. John's future plan
is to study music.
Tall, good-looking and full
of fun describes Gabe to a
T. His captivating per-
sonality won him many
friends. Because he played
the Saxaphone in our
band, we know he will be
a successful band leader.
Dancing, traveling, clothes,
and music are some of
Rozie's interests. In her
spare time, this pretty
senior can be found driving
her father's car. Her won-
derful personality will aid
her in making friends at
MARY ANN GEORGE
Mary Ann is like a doll
who will steal your heart
away at one glance. You
can't find anyone as friend-
ly or as sociable as she.
Her plans for the not too
distant future include mar-
Roger will be remembered
for his friendly disposition
and keen sense of humor.
He enioys hunting and
fishing. Football and base--
ball games are his main
likes. His ambition in life
is to become a Marine.
Zip, an active member of
the track team, likes dogs,
Chile Con Carne and mathe-
matics, while he dislikes
blondes and English. Zip's
plan to become an engineer
in the future is sure to be
Popular, good-looking and
v e r y friendly describe
Grumpy. He will be re-
membered for his witty re-
marks and fine guitar play-
ing. Cars and Hillbilly
music interest him most,
His future plans are to be-
come a rancher.
Short, friendly, good nat-
ured, and pleasant to be
with, is Sissy. After grad-
uation, Sissy plans to be-
come a typist, and we are
sure she will succeed in
becoming an excellent one
with her marked typing
Tallulah is a petite, fun-
loving blonde who likes
lobster, pizza, football, and
dancing. She likes to read
but dislikes homework. We
know that with her intelli-
gence and fine characteris-
she will succeed in
At this gas station the sign
will read Hal's. With his
terrific personality, intelli-
gence, and friendliness, he
will make a wonderful
businessman. ln the mean-
time, he will be found
horseback riding and swim-
Nancy will always be re-
membered for her striking
appearance and perform-
ance as a maiorette. This
happy-go-lucky senior is a
tiny package of dynamic
personality. She'll be an
asset to any office as a
Jim is good-looking, ener-
getic, popular and always
in on the fun. His sense
of humor brightens most
classrooms that he is in.
He likes to eat and work
while his future plans are
to attend college.
Quiet, sociable and fun to
be with describes Dick, a
member of our band, who
enioys cars, eating and
movies. His future plans
are undecided, but we
know he will succeed in
anything he undertakes.
Brown hair, sparkling blue
eyes, and a sweet per-
sonality describe Cathy.
Her likes include eating,
football games, music, and
people with a sense of
humor. We know that
Cathy will succeed in what-
ever she does.
Tootie can be found sew-
ing in her spare time. Con-
ceited people do not rate
with her. Good food and
well-mannered people are
among her likes. Her friend-
liness will insure her suc-
cess as a private secretary,
Petite, with dark brown
hair and brown eyes de-
scribe Tootie. Her likes
include reading, and good
music, while her pet peave
is getting up early. Tootie
plans to work in an office
in the near future.
Joe is handsome, well-built
and has personality plus
which has won him many
friends. He likes pizza,
spaghetti, and baseball. He
also loves to play golf for
a hobby. He will surely
suceed playing professional
Jabber, a member of the
Blue and Gray printing
staff, likes pizza, french
fries and girls, although he
dislikes girls who smoke.
Jabber's future is undecid-
ed but will surely be a
success in anything he
Red hair, quiet and friend-
ly best describe Jack. Play-
ing in the band and sing-
ing in the Glee Club are
among his favorite activi-
ties. We are sure that he
will succeed in his future
Oswald has a friendly per-
sonality and gets along
well with everyone. He
enioys playing in the band
and 3-D pictures. His hobby
is fishing and working on
cars. Oswald plans to ioin
the Navy in the future.
Ace wull be remembered
for hus fune sense of humor
personaluty and hus way
wu the opposute sex
Dancung puzza and pretty
gurls rate hugh wuth hum
Aces future plan us to be
come a travelung salesman
Sweet and tuny us a good
descruptuon of Jeanue Her
lukes unclude records danc
un puzza and skatun
whule her duslukes are few
Her personaluty and eager
ss Il d r un
comung an excellent pruvate
Short wuth brown haur
and graygreen eyes best
descrube thus quuet senuor
Aluce enuoys good books
popular musuc and travel
ung Her hobbues unclude
art and musuc To become
a stenographer us her f
Tall brown haur brown
eyes and fun to be wuth
best descrube Arlune whose
I kes unclude barbecues
farmer dancung and draw
ung Arlunes only duslukes
are show offs and conceuted
people Her future plans
in I alllnlvaai
Tall blueeyed and good
lookung wuth a keen sense
of humor descrubes Cal
Hus athletuc ab luty un as
ketball and baseball wull be
remembered Wuth hus fune
personaluty he us sure to
M rru s tall dark haured
and very cute She lukes
travelung and football and
duslukes thoughtless people
Among her hobbues us the
puano W wush Merru
every success un her chosen
career as a school teacher
Short attractuve and peppy
descrube Mlmu who was
one of our cheerleaders
Skatung and good food
rate hugh wuth thus fruendly
senuor but she duslukes con
ceuted people After grad
uatuon Mumu plans to uoun
Johnny us tall handsome
and was that wonderful
left tackle on the football
team He lukes football
track and food H pos
sesses untellugence whuch
wull be a valuable asset un
hus future plans for college
An undustruous untellugent
fellow wuth a good sense
of humor best descrubes
Abe H enuoys eatung
dancung skatung and lusten
ung to cowboy musuc
tuve un scholastuc and socual
affaurs Abe wull surely
succeed un college
Petute extremely attractuve
and ever smulung descrube
Carol Very actuve an
energetuc she enuoys
mg skatung sports an
football games After grad
uatuon thus charmung young
a y plans loun e
Waves and see the world
THERESA ANN KATYL
Poused charmung and cute
s Theresa who has
fruendly smule for every
one Among her lukes are
movues dancung and tele
vusuon whule she duslkes
uealous people e
bound to be a successful
mong Arts lukes are
dancung travelung a n d
sports whule he dusukes
trouble makers and too
much homework Arts fu
ture plans unclude a good
uob to support a wufe and
three chuldren or uoun the
T h u s handsome senuor
known as Tuger wull always
b remembered fr has
outstandung work on the
ootball fueld H u es
football baseball cowboy
musuc and food and dns
lukes quuet people Future
plans unclude the Aur Force
wuth a oke
of fun good
eat ng puzza
rate hugh wuth hum whule
he daslukes conceuted peo
ple After graduatuon he
plans to uoun the Navy
Ambitious and fun loving
are only some of the traits
a describe this ass
Reggies likes include pizza
and music As a nurse her
gay spirits will certainly
brighten the dull days for
many a patient
MARY JANE KOREY
Sociable energetic and
iolly describes Mary Jane
t a T She likes foot all
games dancing and typing
ie h r 0 ly dislike
concerted people After
graduation she plans to be
come a secretary or typist
Sonny is handsome good
natured and a very sharp
dresser Among his likes
are french fries girls horse
bac riding sports and
ancing w ich is
hobby s certai
going to make a handsome
Theres never a dull rn
ment when this witty and
carefree senior is around
Chic likes pizza spaghetti
sports and the song Drag
net while his only dislike
is conceited people Chics
f ure plan is to loin e
CHARLES M LECO
Tall good looking and
carefree describe Tubby
Pizza football and square
dancing rate high with this
popular senior who has no
dislikes. ln the future he
plans to work in an office
or ioin the Coast Guard.
Fried chicken and dancing
are the chief likes of t is
gay senior while she s
likes concerted people an
silly boys. We know s e
will be a great success in
the future as a nurse.
As a hobby Lemle enloys
fishing and hunting H
then chooses blonde headed
girls pizza and spaghetti
aseball d ce '
while good movies. He dis-
likes boring people. is
fu ure includes the Air
Tall, handsome, v e r y
friendly in his quiet way,
and athletically inclined
describes Joe. His likes in-
clude sports and girls.
With his pleasing disposi-
tion and friendly smile, he
will surely be an asset in
the armed service.
Quiet, petite, and intelli-
gent, best describe this
charming senior whose
hobby is writing and keep-
ing a scrapbook, With her
writing skill and good
scholastic record, we are
sure that she will be a suc-
ANN MARIE MANCINI
Ann's quick wit, sense of
humor and gaiety, brings
laughter wherever s h e
travels, Her sweet pleasing
manner is not only skin-
deep as she proves by her
friendliness to everyone.
She will make the perfect
Pe ite auburn hair an
sparkling green eyes d
greatly dislikes conceited
people. Terrys future arn-
bition is to become a sec-
Terry This pretty
enioys talking tele-
good movies and
Cute, short and full of fun
describe Esther. Her pleas-
ing ways have made her
many friends. Esther likes
good music and roller skat-
ing, while she dislikes
conceited people. She is
sure to be successful secre-
Mike is a guy who is cap
able of holding friends and
appreciates good food and
music He also goes for
s orts a d last but n t
least girls He dislikes con
ceited people His future
plans are undecided
Talented, pleasant and al-
ways willing to help others
describes Marsha. Among
her likes are drama and
interpretive dancing. Her
ambition is to attend col-
lege. We know she will be
successful with all her fine
Joe is quiet, good-looking
and is very popular with
h i s classmates. Sports,
music, girls and good food
rank high on his list of
likes, His future plan is to
join the Air Force.
Attractive, friendly and
always eager to join in the
fun, describes Patsy, She
spends her leisure time
learning the latest Latin--
American dance steps. She
will always be remembered
for her attractive appear-
ance as a maiorette.
Ed will be remembered
for his fine scholastic ability
as well as his athletic abil-
ity. Playing basketball and
being in the band are two
of his favorite pastimes.
His future plans are to at-
tend engineering school.
SHIRLEY MEDLEY BARBARA MIHALCIK LEONARD MILLER MARGARET MORRIS
Dimples is attractive and
has a talent for singing,
dancing, and steak dinners
and dislikes conceited peo-
ple. Her future plans are
to attend the State Training
School in Philadelphia to
become a "mortician."
ROSE MARY MORRISSEY
Five foot two, eyes of blue,
and cute too is Mouse.
Always an asset to every
group, Mouse enioys popu-
lar music, football games
and mathematics, but dis--
likes homework. To be a
nurse is her future ambi-
Lucky will be the person
who has dependable, reli-
able Murf to work for him.
With a pleasing personality
and a winning smile, Murf
is sure to be a wonderful
choice in whatever work
she takes up.
Tall, well-mannered, and
very attractive, Barb is a
friend to all. Her interest
in traveling and in meet-
ing people and helping
others will aid her in en-
joying her chosen vocation
as an air hostess.
Among lenny's likes in--
clude cokes, eating, good
music, television and swim-
ming. He dislikes con-
ceited people, Lennie plans
to ioin the Air Force or
attend college. He's sure
to be successful in the field
Heedless, unconcerned, and
c a r e f r e e, characterize
Peggy, for she has a smile
for everyone and is easy to
get along with, Among her
likes are dancing, football
and going out. She plans
to ioin the Waves.
Cute, tiny and full of
mischief describes Jeanie
to a T. Her main interests
lie in music and eating.
Her personality will help
her to attain great heights
in her career of nursing.
Norm, with her radiant
personality and helpful
manner is one of the
nicest girls in the senior
class. This cute girl always
has a smile and good
word for everyone. She
will make a perfect nurse.
name is Ace, is a new
student at G. A. R. His
favorite food is potato
are basketball and baseball.
His future plans include
college and an engineering
Tall, friendly and good-
looking, with a sense of
humor describe Norky.
Among his likes are pizza
and sports. This popular
senior's pleasing personality
and intelligence will surely
aid him as a successful
Neat and attractive, with
blonde hair and sparkling
brown eyes, best describe
Marie. She is very active
in school affairs and enioys
dancing, movies and foot-
ball games. Her future plans
include a career in nursing.
Pretty, reserved, and pleas-
ant to be with, is Marlee.
She enioys movies, music,
an ddancing. Her future
ambition is to do Steno-
graphical work. This dark
blonde, blue eyed girl, will
be an asset to any profes-
Full of fun, very attrac-
tive, with a charming per-
sonality, is our peppy cheer-
leader Eunice. Being very
friendly and helpful, it is
almost sure she will be a
terrific success as a tele-
phone operator in Philadel-
Tom has a very friendly
personality and gets along
ve well with his class
mates His interests include
skating and swimming H
likes pizza and spaghetti
His future plans include
working in a steel plant
Rather quiet but good
natured and very ambi
tious Pic likes frien
people television a n d
sports He dislikes con
ceited people while writ
ing is one of his favorite
hobbies After graduation
he plans to attend Business
Joe s interesting hobby
has to do with wood work
H likes to take hikes
the woods good movies
an to eat He dislikes
school and concerted peo
pe He plans to loin e
Everyone knows Worm for
her intelligence wittiness
and well groomed appear
ance Her pleasing versa
tile personality brightens
any gloomy day T is
poised attractive and in
dustrious senior who
ioys food and sports will
become a secreatry
Tall, with brown hair and
green eyes, best describe
Joni. She likes dancing,
roller skating, chic clothes,
exciting people and good
music. She dislikes flashy
clothes and conceited peo-
ple. Her ambition is to be
Mike is the outdoor type
who enioys hunting and
fishing This popular senior
will always be remembered
for his wit good looks and
wonderful personality I
the future he plans to enter
the U S Armed Forces
Jerry likes girls lespec ally
guniorsl and among h
favorite foods is pizza His
personality is such that he
can gain friends very easily
is hobby is fishing is
future plans include the
Although Bob doesnt have
an dis ikes h enioys
sports of all kinds good
food and nice people His
hobby is playing cards T
get a rob with a construc
tior company is his future
Dark and friendly Joanne
enioys all kinds of sports
pizza and good music Her
hobbies include swimming
roller skating and reading
We are sure she will be a
sucess in the future as an
F n is one of the m st
popular senior girls and t
is always fun to be wth
her A charming personality
and friendliness are only
two ot her many outstand
in qualities Her future
plans include college
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Attractive, friendly, and
nice to be with, describes
Red. She enjoys dancing,
dramatics, and smart look-
ing clothes. With her many
admiring glances, she will
be a definite asset in her
chosen career of modeling.
Brown hair, blue eyes and
a pleasant smile describe
May whose hobby is col-
lecting pictures of movie
stars. She likes music,
cooking and sewing, May's
plans for the future include
working and then getting
Quiet, dark-haired, ambi-
tious and friendly describes
Dick. His l,kes include hot
dogs, sport cars and horse-
back riding, while he dis-
likes conceited people, His
future plans are to attend
college and study medicine.
W.l!fam has a very friendly
personality and gets along
well with people. Among
his interests include sports,
fishing and pizza. He dis-
likes conceited people. His
future plans are either ioin-
ing the Navy or attending
Dolly, ambitious, sociable
and always smiling, has
her mind set on becoming
a secretary. Her hobby is
dancing, while her dislike
is conceited p e o p I e.
Through her influence many
a friend fell into her com-
Bob enjoys playing the ac-
cordian while he dislikes
nothing, This energetic fel-
low will be long remem-
bered for his beaming per-
sonality and sharp wit. We
know Bob will succeed
with his future plans in
Tall, dark and handsome
describe Bill, a member of
the band, This friendly
senior likes pizza and foot-
ball. We are sure that
Bill will be successful in
his future plans to go to
Tall, glamorous, and al-
ways well groomed, that's
Cookie, who was one of
our most beautiful and
talented maiorettes. This
popular senior and future
nurse, lists swimming, danc-
ing, and sleeping, among
her likes, but has no dis-
NANCY L. SCHMALZRIEDT
Pretty, friendly and intelli-
gent describe Nancy whose
hobby is playing the piano.
Her pleasing disposition has
won her many friends.
Among her likes are televi-
sion and football. Her fu-
ture plans include college
or nursing school.
Quiet and friendly best de-
scribe this tall, blonde
senior. Music and good
books rate high with Helen
while her dislikes include
womework. We wish her
every success in her chosen
:areer as an office worker.
Brown hair, blue eyes and
deep dimples best describe
Joanie. This senior likes
sports, movies and dancing,
dislikes conceited peo-
We are sure that with
her "smiling voice" Joanfe
be an excellent tele-
Pretty, intelligent, and per-
sonality plus best describe
Strag-a-long. She likes to
talk, eat and collect popu-
lar records. As one of the
most popular girls in school
we know she will succeed
as a Telephone Operator.
BETTY JANE SEVERN
Sparkling eyes and brown
hair are possessed by
pretty maiorette. BJ is very
fond of pizza, dancing, and
milk shakes, but she
likes conceited people.
are sure that she will make
a very successful secretary.
CELIA MAE SINAVAGE
Ciel is the gay type, full
of fun, and always ready
with a quick come back.
Her never ending iokes
and continuous laughter
livened many a classroom.
She is sure to become a
successful air stewardess.
As a hobby Ronnie enioys
reading and playing his
trumpet. To pass the time
away he enioys popular
music, fishing, eating, and
the movies. He dislikes
wise guys. His future plans
include the Navy.
Bob, best known for his
athletic and scholastic abili-
ties, lists eating, sleeping,
loafing, and sports among
his likes while he dislikes
homework and conceited
people. We are sure Bob
will succeed in whatever
field he chooses.
Shorty is petite, full of fun,
and never at a loss for
words. Her likes include
coke, french fries, and foot-
ball. Although her future
plans are undecided, she
can't help but succeed with
her sparkling personality.
Sociable energetic and
Iolly describes Toohe to a T
Among her likes are pizza
spaghetti and cokes while
her dislike s conceited
people Being able to carry
out orders well she should
succeed as a secretary
Attractive ambitious and
very active is Nance who
possesses the remarkable
ability of getting aong
with everyone Her sincere
personality and friendliness
are admired by all In he
future Nance plans to at
tend Business College
ry is quite ac Ive in
school affairs as she is a
member of the Senior Or
chestra Glee Club Honor
Society and Blue and Gray
Staff This ambitious and
intelligent senior lists col
lege as her future goal
Tall gcod looking and full
of fun best describe Cornle
Football and boxing rate
i with this frien y
senior while homework
and school are on his black
s Corme plans to oin
the Navy after graduation
Lynn is peppy well liked
and full of fun which ac
counts for her success as a
cheerleader Her likes in
clude pizza coke and danc
ing We wish her luck in
the future as a Bell Tele
Tall friendly and quiet de
scribe Bob who likes to
draw and sketch His likes
include writing stories
poems and pizza His only
dislike is conceited people
Bob plans to go on further
in business education
Dot is tiny, cute, and popu-
lar. She likes movies,
horses, and dancing. Hav-
ing no dislikes, "Smithy" is
completely contented with
life. Vlith her pleasing per-
sonality, she will make a
wonderful secretary for
some lucky boss.
Combine good looks with
an overpowering personality
and artists genius and you
have Dave He has many
likes some of which are
girls and food To become
a mechanic is his mam am
bition in fe
Tony is a devilish character
lolly sort of wa
Among his likes are movies
and playing cards His good
sense of humor rates him
high with his classmates
His future plans are unde
Six feet tall brown eyes
clf hair and the tate
Ungy are a perfect descrip
tion of this popular senior
Fishing and good music are
among his likes In the
ture he intends to become
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Blonde hair, bright blue
eyes, and a pleasant per-
sonality describe Jeanie
whose hobby is oil paint-
ting. Her likes include
movies, swimming, dancing
and sleeping. With .loanie's
charm we know she will be
a good secretary.
Attractive, naive and sophis-
ticated describe Lil who en-
ioys pizza and music, and
dislikes moody and loud
people. She will always
be remembered for her
pleasing appearance, co--
operation, and intelligence
and will succeed as an oc-
This friendly, attractive
senior, known to all as
Gerry enjoys cokes and
Bar B---Q's while listening
to cowboy music. She dis-
likes loud and conceited
people. She is sure to suc-
ceed in the future as a
people, dancing and music,
but who has no dislikes, is
among the popular members
of the senior class. Her
future plans are undecided,
but whatever she does she
will be successful.
who likes friendly
Pretty, popular, with per-
sonality plus, is Marcella.
She is one of our friendliest
seniors and is always fun
to be with. Marcella plans
on a nursing career and we
know she will make a won-
Smiling, laughing and full
of fun would describe Dot.
This pretty senior rates
high in art ability and is
bound to be a success as an
art teacher. You'll find her
dating and dancing.
There's never a sad or
dull moment when WilIie's
around. She loves to sleep,
draw, and watch television
while her only dislike is
work. As an excellent artist
she will surely succeed in
Barb has a sweet and clear
voice which accounts for
her eager participation in
the Senior Glee Club. Here
is a happy, carefree gal
who brushes ill doings
aside. Her future ambition
is at the switchboard.
Energetic, clever, musical
ability, and an A-l per-
sonality b e st describe
Woshie. This popular senior
can usually be found dis-
cussing radios or problems
in electricity. His future
plans are to enter college.
Tall and poised, Geri pos-
sesses 'he charm and
graciousness of the perfect
lady. Chic clothes, meeting
people, and traveling, rate
high with this Senior. Some
clay she expects to be a
successful and capable sec-
JOSEPH A. YAKUBASKAS
Words can't fully describe
this tall, handsome, carefree
senior, Yak enioys hiking,
movies, good food, radio
and golfing, while he dis-
likes Shakespeare a n d
mathematics. The future
ambition of this sociable
senior is to become a chef.
Quiet, very intelligent and
reserved, portrays Barbara,
who is an efficient worker
and student. She enioys
reading historical romances
and mathematics, but dis-
likes braggarts. In the fu-
ture Barbara plans to be--
come a school teacher.
Good things come in small
packages when we describe
Joanie. Among her likes
are movies, television, and
flowers while her only dis-
like is forward people.
Joanie's future ambition is
to work in an office.
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Flrsf Row V Valernus J Kuhl P Gngams F Havley
A M Tonrey P Ebert A McGlynn J Chere J
Humphrey F Roulston A Buttenbender D Saporufa
Second Row A DeC:ntu W Hossage M Morro
A Johnson N Wolfe P Relser R Eckert E Weber
T Regula D Keyes
T rd R w S Vasule J Angove W Brown P
G vnn J Ausfln R Stravmskl A Deeb G Su co
H R 03 Miss Hahn
Furs! Row N Jozapams A Kolenda R Estock G
ewucz D Quater raz Kenney
Second Row R Glowacku W Young J Mehm
Moses J unes J r nm 1
penn P Flnnarelln P DeCln1l J Hendler F ong
T :rd Row R Stocker G Gaughan E Reuck R
Harris C Rodrlquez A Karalus R Hlghsmlfh R
Chupcavage C Calabrese C Savnno R Bedwuck
H R 4 Mass Lenahan
lrsr ow M ur 11 Grxvner
Moore S Zqplca D Ford J Lukasayage L Whale
cayage B Whatecavage B Evans J S an r
Second Row D Mannoffu A Coopey J Bennlck
nnedy F S y rr Srac
Gelswnger B Bonsall M Cywunsku J Danc eck
Thlrd Row D Lynch J Neddoff C Donaldson J
Frantz R Mallery P Everet L Oplnnger W ob
left A Tymnz W Gablllo J Marshall
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st Row L ot! G F A Shortz C U
llollu A M Jarmlkoskr D McCaffer1y I Sfelmack
H Koslerowskn A M Parry N Droblsh B Chlub
Second Row F Gralanella N Wuelgosh E n
Why C Jackson A Smalls S Decker M Vuncerne
F Barberro W Grlganus F Gnbble M Bulskr
:rd Row J Klem G Dante L Yanora C Harrl
son J Yoska E McGovern J Brown J Hargrave
Robbuns G Wullnams L A n
R Mr Sfemhauer
nrst Row nuewskl B n r I
Benush P Sknptunas A Gualemella V Wynn M
Harrls P Mlnoiola H Joseph H George M Sian
klenruecz J Demmeck E Hopkins
Second Row F Lorghrane J Kastrab E Lowe G
umll G Verry R nfurl F enry
caretta G Krlzenoskas M Fmo
LIGHTING EIGHTH GRADE
H R 05 Mass Aufnero
A L Mark A Wren M A Kochanskl A Collins
A Henry S Kane G Perednls A STorm
Brlce E Longfoot L Kaplan M Krackenfels
Second Row C Severn R Evans N Bekamprs P
Perschau F J Gallagher S Gonda C Urban D
U ol C orrnssey J ur mrs Wa er
Thnrd Row W Traynham H Oriel J OBruen M
Hablb P Petrnllo S Wemsrock A Clbello A Man
crm J Hughes D Dancheck A McCloe
H R 207 Miss Baur
st Row J B mer Mar rn
n r R Walsh M R Elgonnos E Yarrush M Pe a
J Lewls E Sutton M A Baeur J Patsko E Aaron
S cond Row J Cnvarella R Hutnnd A Gran e
E McDerrno!1 L DeBuasl R Salvage M Bernesky
James M Freed C Hughes T Ellns L Sher: an
Thurd Row M Thoroe G Koonan R Gelsrnger
trrfznnger T O er1a n P u
Kovaleskl E Aosfln F Scarnolls G Regan
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First Row: B. Pavilonis, J. Rodiquez, J. Crawford,
sa, , .lV-'g",lP.- Ik fre:
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R Miss Hughes
First Row J Galnard J Anslllo R Blasu P Gwa
dowsks D Minnich C Gustalnus J Bergstrasser
E Anderson J Bertosh J Stankiewicz P Charles
T Baratta L Daniels
Second Row R Kocker l Malacheski L Green
rg C Gross J i o Rink C Corbe
Zalora R Paterson M Wachs J Smith VV White
:rd Row R McNellis R Glas Fe W a
E Giampetro P Poepperling J Traskus G Nekrasg
Miller D Peters J Spay er
H R 6 Miss Lersch
First Row D Korey G Kingeter H Roth G Aleo
C Kendra M Llpka J Bennett G Jacobson P
Sheehan B Soececk J Darby S Barone N Kuhl
Second Row E White R Donnelly R Dyanick P
Witkowski M A Jasonis C Ellisen R Oldzielew
sky C rn Pa n
Third Row P Loughnane J Domer R Vlglone
Casey V Mooney J Morgan P Haydt
H R O9 Miss Moyer
i st ow V berts D Wasilefski E R1
P ko K Hovey P Nagle C Frantz M Mas: E
F wers D Thieman D Kurkoskl A Elli
Second Row R Dydynski D Nestorick N Cron
auer G Roux J Benson J Polifka J Patterson
J Elmy A Paglnocca J Nardone J Meighan
Third row R Oberdorf V Smith B Yoblonsku
K uffman C Nagle Tabu E Kenned
Un ar J Garrison T Finnegan
H R 2 Miss Ritchie
st Row S ones J ki Here N Et
t M Coughlun M L Brown A Bnscontini
Wren H Broadie R Murphy B Achuft M Mallery
Second Row M Solomon L Ostrowski G Saba
J Hando J Hankey M L Puglrese P Owens C
M Norton J Williams M Abraham Paul Tymitz
Thurd Row Joe Mulvey G Decker R Guttos J
Simon W Nesbitt R Hovrick W Darko L er
tyco J Hossage J DeBios: T Bashom R Evans
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M hutsku M La o D Lync C r
man S A Deeb H Morrls M Askew
cond Row H Harrrs H Hams R Berd
Wrlluams D Wood E Stark C Percosky M Han
n M Mlddaugh B Dougherty D Partulla
T :rd Row W Cersku J Pnotroskn A Andnaruo R
Par er S Lnvtngstone K Davles A Stelnberg B
Mozloom S Jablowskr J Rothenbecker F Thneman
Furst Row M Dougherty B Roper L Honeywell
M Charles M Partrka J Moran C Boston S
Davis M Pugh M Bryce P A Godlsh
Second Row P Endler G as D B rgnt
I varella M Mnchael H R hards L Ke p
Snmon B Prnce J Grampretro C Lltzenberger
Third Row F Ebert N Yankovrch R Stahwlskr
Deatnck B Honeywell B Whne
A F Brrslun
:st Row M Barone J Ba M Gonz es
Karchln J A Domlmck A Crenlewtcz T Lyons
Chrmko F asnle B man K e
Second Row T Sadowskl E Smuth G Pr J
W kers R Monsuer A Morgan J Young L
Schwartz A Draht T Carnprsano L Melf
Third Row C Medley R Eckensteln S Rutstenn
D Schmldt J Morgan W Lynn J Lewis J Maye
sk: J Dymond E Petro S Mazess A Jantz
rrst ow on nu I Jon
Moser D Barrett M A Eddy R Grlroy J Altman
Bona P OH ra A Clavre a L Cl on
Second Row R Talacka G Jones F Olevrtch
H mes S Davies M Stelnlnger A Kozup
rntu J C Sparks G A ert
Thrrd Row J McAdarra S Peters T McAfee
Dopko J Fnno R McGlynn G Gaza A Zrdoch
Klapat W Brennan
Absent when plctures were taken C KITRUTIS
Labecku R Hughes
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M le S C Luebman A Gagllardu Sumakaskr
Second Row F Saparnfa T Gardan T Konopka
A M Murphy M Scotch M Brennan T McGlynn
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Thlrd Row D Marclmcavage J Whm A Flnn A
ella J g W Wu am J Pnsano
J Donmne L Bradford R Chupas P Gagluardu
Fnrsr Row A Koss J Alper L Waskell B Mezanko
M Koury J Swobado E Fox R Senufa G Gron
R Kornfeld M Snyder P Br
Scond Row R Evans S Thomas R Zugok A
Wynn S Leubman C Bonomo J McCloe J Quadu
sko W Wullnams E Rersser J Krageweskn
Third Row T Edmonds W Walters D Weber E
Swlda D Melnsfer A Wlutecavage A Kaplan G
Jones S Urban J Hrynkrw W Peters
lrsr w I orne re May r
K et V Sadowslu J Hull S Peterrn n
Second R w B J Gaynor F Coo er
Hughes H Decker J Cunnungham C Rhunes
Mooney G Dudley G Casterlrne S Martvn
Tlward Row H Hannon S Banomo E Mltclwell
Chupeleske A Mnchael J Machey J Magda
PCl'56V H alker Peully R Lukasavae
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P Magee Vl Sllnger R Mercadanfe
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Abe Kifami PYES- Marie Schuler, Sec.
ln order to televise any show without ditticulty, there
must be an able crew of dependable people to plan
and direct the shovv. This same procedure is carried
out by the Student Council. The Council is composed
ot a representative from each homeroom. These rep-
resentatives are selected by the members ot each
homeroom. The primary duty of the Council is to plan
educational activities. The Council also gives the
students an opportunity to express their ideas in a
First Row: L. Williams, E. Ritza, W. Coulter, B. Swida, P. Fuge,
J. Haydt, J. Ford, M. Schuler, B. Brown, F. Havley, P. Kratz,
A. M. Jamilkoslci, F. Luclcesavage, J. May.
Second Row: J. Marshall, B. Lehrman, J, Roth, N, Srtibaugh
C. Anthony, P. Jones P. Mercadante, J. Chaplco. P. Flannery,
N. Frey, O. Abraham. E. McDermott, R, McNellis, A, Pagliocca,
Third Row: M. Habit, D. Loftus, J. Nedotf, A. Karam, D. Bogu-
mil, C. Slease, R. Wiliiarns, M, Gorham, A, Steininger, L Merli,
J Kubicki, R Saba, C. Laine.
First Row: C, Anthony, C. Hossage, E. Mangano, J. Partilla, G.
Woronko, A. Jones, B. Brown, D. Brown, E. Foley, J. Fiedorczyk.
Second Row: M. Gianuzzi, L. Friedman, E. Fried, M Dedato, H.
SENIOR ASSEMBLY SQUAD
Every Wednesday mornlng at 8 35 a group of capable
and ambntlous gurls from senior homerooms gather In
the Televlsron Studro to distribute the Blue Books for
chapel These gurls are carefully selected by theur
homeroom teachers to lend a hand to see that the
chapel exercises go off as scheduled After chapel
they collect and account for all the books
Bertosh, E. Alessi, A. Colonna, D. Smlth, D. Sabestinis, G. Pangonls,
A. Harley, C. Arway.
Third Row: R Melluzo, V. Reiser, H, Dunn, C. Desmond D. Barr
L Sheehan M Caruso E Muller M Fnnarelll G Thomas
JUNIOR ASSEMBLY SQUAD
Here IS one Televlsuon Studio we see our Junior As
sembly Squad reportnng to perform theur weekly task
of supplyung theur undnvldual homerooms wlth cnapel
song books These capable gurls and boys are chosen
by theur homeroom teachers After chapel they collect
and return all books
lst ow B os H ve A M n Second Row J Benntck M Solornan B Eckert T Baratta P Cha e
N Droblsh G Weber L Stanulns A Claverella D Quater J Ga nard J Rrnko E Hugwey T God sh C Lntzenberger J Strr' n
Vlewlfz rd Row B r ku sotc P I-'ayd B Honeywel
M er R Cer-nrngrvam A Crande 5 Golden A Cloello
F'r R : . Sip , V. Valerlus, P. Grigaitie, F. a l y. . , . To - : . . . . , , . , . , . r s,
rey, . ' , . , . ' , . ' , . . G. , 1 . . ' , . , , l , , ' , , ' 0 .
' 4 Th? 1 . vaaeows '. D. Net f R. , . f, . tl D.
First Row: R. Kornfield, R. Estock, P. Grigaitis, C. Miller, C
Hossage, E. Mangano, F. Rossi, Pres., M. Schuler, Vice Presi
dent, B. Mooney, N. Drobash, P. Bassler, M. Harris, M. Gierak,
Second Row: D. Waslifski, A. Mark, J. Bertosh, J. Herron,
M. Pugliese, J. Valentukonis, L. Vindetti, A. Murphy, R. Cohen,
R. Melluzzo, H. Ptashinski, J. Pulleri L. Albert, L. Friedman,
J. Gist, J. Lukas.
Third Row: B. Bean, E. Woods, S. Barone, K Oravic, J. Hil-
bert, B. Schuler, G. Jacobson, C. Miller, R. Kane, M. Motz.
N. Nardone, J. Verginous R. Paul R. McGlynn J. Bennick, H.
Fourth Row: K. Hovey, P. Picarretta, R. Fino, W. Morgan, R.
Klapot, H. Hall, R. Anstett, S. Blocker, J. Stelmack, C. Lewis,
W, Dennington, .P Kerrigan B. Suda R. Berditus, M. Barone,
A favorite program on TV is "Break The Bank" but at
G. A. R. one usually banks on Monday. Realizing the
importance of saving, the bank cashiers at G. A. R.
assist students in the Savings Program at G. A. R. They
also know accuracy is a keynote to success and to
follow up on this, a bank cashier and assistant are
elected from each homeroom to aid in the correct
tabulating of the individual book.
Efficient workers such as these are often under-
estimated. They take notes on discussions held at
each homeroom meeting. These notes are then tran-
scribed and turned over to the Director of Student
Activities. The minutes are brought up at the next
meeting and the worthwhile suggestions and criti-
cisms are adopted to improve the functions of our
First Row: B. Sipas, J. Fadusko, P. Oleniak, V. Roberts, C.
Desmond, M. Visentin, F. Visentin, R. Shimcott, L. Cihon,
Second Row1 H Joseph, V. Vaierios, M. Aufiero, G. Llewellyn,
R. Hankey, S. Deeb, B. Sobeck, F. Gallagher, S. Filipin
Thomas, R, Burwell, C. Bartlett, P. Henry, A. Smalls.
Third Row: L. Schwartz, L. DeBiase, F. Ebert, L. Greenberg M
First Row: R. Cohen, P. Kaplan, J. Rominski, K. Walsh, A
Povalaitis, A. Smith, D. Smith, M, Giampietro, F Rossi, B
Brown, B. Hill, N. Nardone, Pres., R. Morrissey, Vice Pres
A. Ostrowski, C. Deinbroski, G. Pangonis, A. Jones, M. Schuler.
Second Row: M.Visentin, O. Abraham, M. A. Stankiewicz,
P. Grigitus, C. Morrissey, P. Pershean, N. Bocanpes, F. Galla
gher, A. P. Mark, A. Wren, D. Sava, D. Zampetti, R. Chlubeski
D. Lynch, D. Brown, C. Stefanko, D. Caruso.
Third Row: J. Valentukonis J. Kennedy, L. Tarrutis, P. Grigaitus
Llewellyn, P. Fuge, B Salvaterra, M. Bolton, M. Autiero, H
Fourth Row: N. Stribaugh, J. Ford, B. Chlubeski, P. Bean
J. Fino, A, M. Tonrey, I. Stelmack, L. Burwell, A. Colonna
L. M'chael, P. Callons, M. Catrino, M. Gainard, C. Desmond
L. Gagliardi, L. Friedman.
Fitth Row: P. Dancheck, C. Anthony, N. Hanks, R. Dell'Aglio
F, Visentin, R. Ccnnyngham, J. Partilla, J. Pulieri, L. Alberts
P. Conaboy, J. Na'done, E. Rizh, D. Wasilefsky, J. Pastko, C
J. Zionce, J. Davis, A. Harley, L. Albert, R. Rossi, J. Cook, G
You can see them every day stationed at class room
doors, and at the drinking fountains. Members ofthe
Hall Patrol, are from grades seven to twelve. With the
help of their director, Miss McAniff, they are very
successful in keeping order in the halls. The student
body of G. A. R., has found these young ladies to
have very pleasing dispositions and wonderful per-
sonalities. I am sure that everyone is proud ot our
Hovey, P. Nagle, D. Dourand, M. Gianuzzi,
JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
A talented group ot young vocal artists make up our
musical program on television. They always give a
performance which is thoroughly enioyed by their
audience. Their musical exhibition on Patron's Day,
and the admiring compliments given to them by the
audience, proves this. The Junior Glee Club is directed
by Miss Pugh, who has helped the Club become one
ot G. A. R.'s top television entertainments.
First Row: B. Whitecavage, T. Godish, E. Hughey, A. Reh,
J. Berrini, P, Kratz, L. Burwell, V. Wynne, D. Sincavage, A
Second Row: P. Grigaitis, A. M Tonrey, V Valerius, F. Hayley,
G. Ulewicz, N. Drobish, D. McCatterty, H George F Melt,
JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
Third Row: P. Oleniak, M. Harris, M Gierak, R. Estock, J.
Fino, S. Weinstcck. M. Kosierowski. B. Salvaterra S Filippini
P. Skiptunas J. Demmeck S, Jones
S i V I
Fourth Row: C. Gugliotti, C. Wills, B. George. A. M, Jarniiko-
ki L Vhitecavaoe B Exans J Sh
M , . , inet R. Vtoses J. Kennedy,
L. Buss. A, Dedato
First Row: J. Davis, L. Alberts, M, Williams, M, Oldzieievvski, N. Schinalzriedt, A, Povalaitis, E. Foley,
R. Gelb, B. Detrich.
Second Row: M. Orloski, A. Maminski, C. Miller, N. Frey, P. Conaboy, C. Hughes, T. Katyl, R. Casello,
Third Row: H. Fiori, C. Serhan, R. Dell'Aglio, G Estock, A, Ostrovvski, A. Mancini, R. Shimcott, R
Fourth Row: R. Katyl, E. Elgonitis, R, Saba, R. Rutstein, B. Connors, R. Stempin, H. McAnd'evv, J. Roth
Will F. Maguire
The stage is set for another performance featuring the Garchive Staff of
T954 with Mr. Will F. Maguire as master of ceremonies. The many events
of the past school year have been photographed and published in this,
your year book. The staff and their advisor, have worked hard to make
this one of the outstanding publications, bringing back, through the
numerous pictures, memories of happy school days, Much credit should
be given to Robert Stempin for his fine art work, which can be seen on
the various pages of this book.
Marie Oldzieiewski Ann Mancini
Business Manager Staff Typist
X T4 Rose Cunningham
First Row: M. Hammond, P. Rossi, J. Hilburt, K. Oraric, R. Estock, A Ton
R. Chapko, H. Ptashirski, A, Shortz.
Second Row: M, Krackenfels, F. Sheehan, F. Gallagher, A. Mark, J, Kennedy P
Kratz, D. Ford, B. Chlubiski,
Third Row: C. Moyer, N. Zima, D. Challis, L. Allen, D, Peters, S. Weinstoc
BLUE AND GRAY
First Row: N. Hanks, O. Abraham, C, Miller, N, Frey, M. Motz, D. Estock, P. Snarski, A. Ostrowski, R. Klosko, L. Michails, J, Ellis.
Smith, E, Mangano, M. Stanaitis, F. Rossi, R, Morrissey, Third Row: V. Zak, C. Dornbroski, T Sawicki, J, Beck, T. Brennan,
Second Row: P. Dancheck, A. Mancini, R. Dell'Aglio, M Williams, G, L. Lanterman, M. Davis, J. Davis, B. More-lli.
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BLUE AND GRAY PRINT STAFF
First Row: J. Quinn, R, Chapko.
Second Row: M. Larnooney, R. Fino. J. Jablczwski. L. Kfanc
Third Row: D. Lennonoski. P. Kerrigan, M. Daigeaun. J. Barratti G. Ayres,
J. Yakabaskus, L. Palladino, E. Solt E. Berger, Mr, Romig.
The Blue and Gray is the newspaper ivhich
informs all T. V. viewers of the important
and interesting events which are taking piace.
Under the supervision of Mr. Schappert, the
staff produces an interesting newspaper and
in this way they receive valuable training in
the fielcl of Journalism, Miss Moyer 's the
advisor of me Junior Journalists and me orint-
ing staff has Mr, Rornig as advisor. Spending
tireless hours in school and at home this
efficlent staff harmoniously completed oaper
after paper, This year's Blue and Gray won
high acclaim from its many readers in and
out of school.
First Row: J. Harley, Sec., S. Blocker, Pres., V. Fillipini,
Second Row: P, George, Treas., J. Achey, Sgt. at arms, J.
Macri, Vice Pres.
The HI-Y Club is a fellowship of tine young men who en-
deavor to do good and to live clean, upright lives. Under
the direction ot Mr. John Jones these boys aid the school
and the community. The principles which they learn will
help them to be better citizens and also good leaders.
First Row: G. Ayers, D. Lemonowski, C. Lahr, J, McCoy, J. John, Martin, S. Weinstock, S. Blocker, M. Brennan, A. Steininger, B. Den-
J. Kuhl, J. Yakubaskas. R. Fino, J. Flynn, J. Harley, V. Filippini. nington.
Second Row: R. Saba, H. Hall, J. Davis R. Solomon, R. Wint, R. Third Row: Mr. Jones, J. Jablowski, J. Macri, V. Zarnpetti, F. Lewis,
C. George, H. Nardone, A. Malee, J. Achey, L. Bevan, W. Connor,
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First Row: W Connors, J. Harey, C. Jon
Second Row: G. Johns, J. Macri. R. Saba.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
First Row: M. Oplinger, J. Zionce, M. Williams, D. Buck, T. Katyl, A. Second Row: T. Lilenthal, B. Zalora, M. Stanaitis, J. James, R. Stem-
Jones, N. Schmalzriedt, A. Mancini, N. Hanks, C. Anthony, A. pin, F, Norlcunas, J. Woitowicz, E. McGlynn, R. Rutstein, M. Oldzie-
Poyalaitig- iewski, R. Conyngham, M. Visentin.
HONOR SOCIETY STAGE CREW
A video production can be no better than the men
beyond the camera make it. The skill and depend-
ability of our stage crew, under the supervision of
members of the faculty on the basis of high scholar- M155 MCAniff and head Cugtgdian, Mr, S, Stefanko,
ship, leadership, service to the school and personality. HaVe been l5'QelY f95F3OVT5ll3le TO' the lTlQlT C1UalllY OT
this year's programs. These boys, who gave unstint-
ingly of time and effort in adiusting and arranging
curtains, scenery, microphones, and lighting, merit
They are sure to be successful in the future careers. our appreciation and share in our applause.
The stars of our show are the members of the National
Honor Society. They are chosen by Mr. Baiz and
Members of the twelfth grade who have attained four
hundred points are elected as honorary members.
First Row: B Harring, P. Fioti, T.
Dorko, J, Elias, J. Pockevich, M.
Second Row: A. Caruso, R. Gio-
vino, E. Brannon, J .Kutrwey, J,
Third Row: R. Anstett, C. Lewis,
R. Eckenrode, J, Senuta, H.
Saba, T. Merli, R, Saba, D.
J. Kubicki, D. Fetsko, A.
Steininger, J. Macri, R.
L. George, J. Llewellyn, C.
Jones, M. Dudley
J. Griffiths, D. Bogumil, J.
Judge, J. Irvin.
S. Blocker, J. Joseph, B.
Williams, M. Gorhan,
The goal ot achievement in television is to become a
great star, but the aim of these boys is to win and
wear a G. A. R. athletic shield. These men are the top
performers of our show and are the ones who give
you the kind of thrilling entertainment you like. This
club encourages younger boys to participate in various
sports, teaching them fair play and clean sportsman-
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First Row: J. Roth, H. Edwards, L. Greenberg, F. Hogrebe, J. Malinowe
ski, R. Oldziejewski, M. Shergalis, J. Demmeck, B. Schuler, C. Serhan,
N. Frey, R, Oldzieiewski, S. Deeb, C. Ellison, K, Hovey, J. Gainard,
L. Balmer, M. Krackenfels, D. Peters, L. Miller, L. Allen.
Second Row: G. Kaswinkel, J. Macri, E. Szeyko, R. Casella, P. Kratz,
I Stelmack, A. M. Tonrey, S. Weinstock, P. Krull, L, Price, R. Lamas,
One ot the best groups ot stage hands at the studio
is the Library Club. Under tae direction oF Mrs. Hayes,
the students are always willing to help someone in
need. We also have one ot the finest libraries well
established in furthering the education of the students.
It you are in need ot a book tor class study or tor
your own enioyment, ask any of the Library Club
members, or Mrs. Hayes, and they will gladly help
you get a book which you will like. This is why the
Library Club deserves high honors.
A. Ostroski, J. Zionce, M, Visentin B. Severn, A. Jones, M. Oldzie
ievvski, P. Malee, M. Aufiero, J. Davis, L. Lanterman, H. Fiori, J
Third Row: A. Clocker, R. Thomas, C. Gustanius, C. Corbett, C. Wills,
R. Estock, H. Kosierowski, R. Havley, D. Ford, H. Joseph, M. Gainard
J. Pulieri, C. Anthony, P. Fuge B. Williams, C. Hughes, R. Dell'Ag:Iio,
N. Schrnalzriedt, A. Bartlett, B. G, Williams, G. Woronko, C. Miller.
First Row: N Frey, Vice-Pres., C. Sernan Pres J Demmsck, Treas
Second Row: B. Scheler, Sec.
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First Row: N. Stribaugh, A. Aigeldinger, A. PovalaitIs, A Smfth, D
Smith, M. Giampietro, J. Valentukonus, F. Visent'n, F. Rossi, T.
Sawicki, M. O'dzieiewski, E. Mangano, C. Hossage, A. Jones, A. Ferry.
Second Pow: C, Anthony, T. Coulter, B. Ertle, B. Severn Vt Visentin,
O. Abraham, M, Stanaitis, P. Conaboy, J. Nardone, C Stefanko. D.
Waltos, M. Williams, R. Klosko, C. Serhan.
Third Row: R. Conyngham, T. Lilienthal, N. Schmalzriedt, B. Frantz,
J. Hughes, M. Oplinger, P. Dancheck, J. Searfoss, T, Katyl, D. Buck.
J. Zionce, R. M. Morrissey, N. Nardone.
Fourth Row: J. Partilla N. Hanks, R. Dell'Aglio, A. Mancini, H.
Scutch, E. Foley, J. Fiedorczyk, L. Vendetti, E. Eddy, I Dowey, S
Davis, C. Bamer, S. Azain.
The Y-Teens is a club composed of Junior and Senior
girls who are respected and admired by everyone at
G. A. R. They have set peace, unity, freedom and
brotherhood as their goal. With this thought in mind,
and under the guidance of the Y. W. C. A., these girls
are striving to promote better understanding among
themselves and other students. During the year these
girls plan many vviener roasts, dances, and swimming
parties under the supervision of Mrs. Mabel Brennan.
We know that with their efforts the Y-Teens will con-
tinue to maintain the respect that they so rightfully
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First Row: P. Kaplan C. Arway, B. Hill, R. Casella, A Clocker, C.
Desmond, B. Brown, D. Zampetti, R. Kane, M Gloflca. A. Jones, D.
Roberts, J. Kennedy, D. Chapko.
Second Row: J. Rorninski L. Andiario, M. Orloslci, P. K'ull, K. Walsh,
L. Freidmen, M. Gianuzzi, D. Caruso, A. Martin, L. Jones, D Brown,
M. Bolton, G. Bangonis, M. Powell, A Harley.
Third Row: S. Blecker, D. Krushin, M Motz, I. Catrino, G. Estock
M. Elias, A. Maminski, C. Mills, J. Yankoski L. Albert, M. Godley, E.
Morelli, L. Forenski, A. Brornheld.
Fourth Row: M Schuler, E. Marshall, C. Miller, N. Frey, J. Ellis, L
Klosko, P. Crawford, T. Gonda, B. Mooney D. Gonda, A. Jones, D
Ansilio, R. Janoski. M. Gainard.
Fifth Row: B. Mooney, R. Miluzzo, L, Williams, A. Joseph, L. Bogu
rnl, P Delmore, R. Ciavarella, M. Finarelli, G. Thomas. M. Grivner
V. Reiser. H. Dunn P. Malee L. Sheehan D. Barr, J. Davis.
Frs' Pow: D Senuta, C lf.l'ik3NSi't.
Second Row: B. Edmonds C. Alberts, ?
Janoslri, D Ansilio, J. Yanxowzf'
Third Row: J Yakuhaslfas
This club composed ot iunior and senior tive hour art
students under the guidance of Miss Barbara Check
have been giving their time and talents to the many
school activities besides other outside vvork. With
time still on their hands they also learn silk screening
fashion design, stenciling, block printing, and many
more interesting artistic fields in which to improve
their knowledge of the subject. Our most grateful
thanks tor a iob vvell clone go to these students,
Mr Stanley R Hennmg
Teacher Prmclpal and friend Hrs was a labor of love Hls courage and mtegruty
shone forth for all to follow He was truly a Chrlstnan gentleman whose character
we deem nt an honor to emulate
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Witltams and Danny Satvaterra at the Shamrock Prom
greets the participants for the musical festival.
ng class in action,
First Row: P. Gillespie, S. Weinstock, J. Shiner, A. Jones, L. Williams,
L. Sheehan, M. Stanitis, E. Marshall, N. Frey, B. Williams.
Second Row: R. Thomas, A. Primatic, J. Woitowicz, D. Suclol, B. G.
The orchestra sets lust the right mood for our televi-
sion show. lt's able conductor is Mr. Richard Ayre,
whose fine leadership aids in presenting the best in
music for every occasion. The orchestra is one of the
most important factors in the show and is truly out-
Williams, Vt. Shergalis, J. Furman, D. Ungar, W. Zaikowski, Mr. Ayers.
Third Row: J. Koury, R. Fino, J. Goditus, P. Cera, R. Harring, T
This orchestra under the direction of Mr. Donlin spend
long hours rehearsing. They played for Junior High
chapel and gave many fine performances, in the
studio and outside. Many of the members through
their fine playing, will go on to the Senior Orchestra,
a great organization in the television studio.
First Row: G. Gronski, P. Brice, A. Storm, A. Wren, A. Marla, J
Crawford, J. McCIoe, A. Collins, C. Morrissey, J. Faduslco, A. Wynne,
Second Row: A. Jamtlkoski, G. Orowicz, P. Gillespie, B. Mezanko
M. Marich, L. Waskwll, J. Alper, P. Nogee, L. Kaplan, M. Krackenfels
S. Jones, J. Swoboda,
Third Row: J. Marshall, W. Peters, R. Evans, T. Hryrrlciw, C Bonomo
P. Perschau, J. Shiner, S. Weinstock, F. Gallagher, G. Jones, J. Koury
Fourth Row. P. Petrillo, C. Severn, S. Thomas, A. Whitecavage, M
Habib, A. DeCinti, C, Calabrese, J. Goditus.
A pleasant smile and a polite greeting
is certainly what you are positive to re-
ceive from the ushers at our television
show. They are Juniors selected on the
basis of their scholastic ability and per-
sonality. The squad is under the direc-
tion of Mr. Highriter assisted by two
head ushers who are Seniors. Their re-
sponsibility is to take care of seating
arrangements and ticket collection at all
school affairs. They are to be con-
gratulated for their outstanding per-
Behind every production there are many
tedious hours of labor. Here we find
the String Ensemble under the capable
direction of Mr. Donlin. They are greatly
rewarded for their continuous practice
by the high recommendation they re-
ceive from all listeners. Mr. Donlin has
a group to be proud of.
First Row: M. Gainard, F. Navitski, D. Malee, A. Clocker, R. Shimcott, J. Partilla, L. Forenski
Second Row: M, Schuler, C. Miller, J. Davis, M. Orloski, J. Ford.
Third Row: J. Thomas, W. Coulter, P. Snarski, G. Estock, L. Heck.
Fourth Row: E. Elgonitus, J, McKeon, R, Martin, J. Dydynski, K. Sava: A. Cohen,
Fifth Row: R. Stempin, R. Klapol, L. Bevan, R. Rutstein, R. Katyl, J. Barbarigl
Sixth Row: R. Williams, L. Lanterman.
First Row: P. Brice, C. Morrissey
P. Perschau, D. Sudol, L. Kaplan
A. Mark, A Wren, A. Collins, M
Second Row: C. A. Bonome, J
McCloe, L. Washell, M. Marich
J. Alper, A. Wynne, B. Mezanko
G. Gronski, J. Fadusko.
Third Row: J Koury, G. Jones
R. Fugok, G. Orowicz, A. Wein
stock, A. Jemakowski, J. Shiner
P. Gillespie, P. Walker, W. Trayn
ham, R. Evans.
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SENIOR GLEE CLUB
First Row: E. Hockenbury, W. Kennedy, B, Eckert, G. Wilkie, M.
Jones, B. Zalora, R, Lama, R. Casella, B. Williams, J. Romiski, M.
Aufiero, E. Marshall, N. Hanks W. Zaikowski G. Kaswinkel, J. James.
Second Row: M. Piccarreta, R. Payne, G. Teresavage, R. Patsko, A.
Maminski, B. G. Williams, D. Caruso, C. Anthony, J. Ferry, L, Cher-
noft, J. Macri, R. Closkey, R. Diamonds, F. Schwartz. W. Bergstrasser,
R. Slease, R. Saba.
SENIOR GLEE CLUB
The musical background for the Television Studio is
contributed by the Senior Glee Club. It is composed
mainly of the tive hour music classes and is under the
direction ot Mr. Richard Ayre. This club has given a
great deal ot entertainment to the school and each
person in it is looked upon vvith admiration. No Tele-
vision program would be a success without some
music and G. A. R. is honored in having such a hne
group of voices.
Third Row: Mr. Ayre, P. Basso, H. Edwards, J. Bernesky, N. Monte,
V. Claiborne, M. Glofka, N. Frey, D. Collins, A. Joseph, P. Bartnick,
A. Aigeldinger, M. Stanaitis, B. Dennington W. Connor, B. Thomas.
Fourth Row: J. Furman, J. Kubicki, F, Norkunas, C. Leco, B. Winton,
C. Hughes, A. Ferry, C. Stefanko, A. Bartlett, G. Llewellyn, B. Schuler,
J, Yankowski, C. Serhan.
One ot the highlights of our show is the Selected
Chorus. Under the direction of Mr. Ayre this group
is made up ot talented students with especially fine
voices. They have given several enioyable programs
during the year and an especially fine one at the
musical. Their excellent choral work during the
Christmas season has made them known throughout
M. Jones, M Glotka, A Bartlett,
C Se-han, R 'A Case-lla.
R Lamas, E. Marshall, C. Anthony,
A. Aigeldinger, M Stanaitis, B.
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No television show would be complete without music.
The program this ,fear featured a record department
of a music store winere records were played to various
customers. The Garchoir portrayed iiving scenes and
rendered many fire selections. The second part ot
the musical was presented by the Concert Band. The
performers and their director, Mr. Richard Awe, are
to be congratulated on this fine performance, which
was enioyed by a ,arge audience.
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standing by ail trose who had the opporxini ,
of attc-ndng this event.
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First Row: J. Furman, T. Payne, R. Jennings, D. Ungar, R. Ciavarella,
R. Melluzzo, M. Motz, T. Sawicki, P. McFadden, L, Betz, B. J. Severn,
N. Frey, N. Hanks, B. Blaker, R, Diamonds, F Norkunas, E. McGlynn,
R. Sava, J. Woitowicz, J. Quinn.
Second Row: L. Betz E. Brannon, J. Hosage, G. Roux, M. Habib, A.
Mancini, C. Slease, E. Elganitis, A. Michael, J. Macri, J. Beck, D.
George, W. Walters, J. May, F. Catina, P. Basso, R. Gibbon.
Third Row: R. Ayre, C. Leco, F. Long, E. Lee, S. Thomas, J. Marshall,
C. Calabrese, A. Whitecavage, C. Severn, R. Cunningham, R. Dydyn-
No matter what channel you have tuned in on your
TV set, you saw a delightful showing ot our wonder-
tul Senior Band. The band is under the capable direc-
tion ot Mr. Richard Ayre. Their ability to march, drill,
and play tine music, has brought much tame to G. A. R.
sik, J, Rehn, R. Evans, J. Yuska, M Babyak, J. Garrison, D. Meinsrer,
J. Dancheck, G. Gabriel.
Fourth Row: M. Lamooney, J. James, A. DeCinti, G. Popeck, D. Miller,
A. Primatic, S. Musial, A. Parulis, W. Peters. P. Petrillo, J. Lynch, R.
Katyl, C. Nagle, L. Tablt, W. Morgan, R Thomas, L. Oplinger, A.
Williams, R. l-larring, T. Dydynski.
Last Row: R. Slease, R. Thomas, W. Zaikowski, W. Savitsky, W,
Brown, P. Cosgrove, H. Edwards, G, French, R. Patsko, P. Cera, E.
l-lockenbury, R. Thomas, M. Wynn, R. Payne, F. Schwartz, J. Dydyn-
ski, D. Senuta, W. Bergstrasser, E. Furman, N. Monte.
Every show needs understudies, and the Junior Band
members are ours. These competent musicians, under
the direction ot Mr. Ayre, are given the necessary
training and tree use of instruments to turther their
musical ambitions, with the hope ot entering the
Senior Band. The result of this training has been a
tine group of young musicians who have provided
us with excellent entertainment.
First Row: Mr. Ayres, W. Doubgert, J
Bedwick, J. Stritzinger, E. Lee, R. Dydyn
ski, F. Catina, J. May, G. Migatulski, E
Smith, A. Rossi.
Second Row: J. Macri, S. Ungar, V. Smith
G. Roux, C. Nagle, A. Nardone, M
Babyok, J. Nardone, C. Bartlett, J. Gar
First Row: T. Sawicki, B, I. Severn,
N, Frey, M, Motz, R. Melluzzo, N.
Appearing on our talent show are our skilled
Majorettes. Twirling with graceful precision,
and performing marching maneuvers with ease,
you can be sure they stole the show wherever
they appeared. They have performed many dif-
ferent and novel drills and you can be certain
that everyone looked forward to their appear-
ance. They added much to the enjoyment of the
crowds and deserve the best of credit for such
ist ow A omas R va r r o Har e
Sawucki M Mason P McFadden M Stanaitis M Visentin M Jones
P Dancheck R Morrissey R Klosko N Nardone M Oldzl lewski
Chemists of tomorrovv can be seen busily experiment
ing every Wednesday and Friday during the Activity
period in the chemistry laboratory Under the excel
lent guidance of their instructor Miss Pauline Utz they
investigate the field of analytical chemistry With
complete and modern equipment they are able to do
much advanced Work The knowledge which they
obtain will be a great benefit to them as they continue
their studies in college
Second Row J Furman H Hall J Griffiths T Brennan R Rutsteln
P Fnotr G Gabriel E McGlynn J Woltowicz
This club under the direction of Miss Emily Hourigan
has established itself as a very interesting creative
and skillful organization This very talented group
tions Combined with their skill and creative talent
this friendly group still has time for fun and an eager
relationship for others
st Row J Ellis L Lanterman M Williams W Vurginis M Geor e Wlllams R Stempn N Magda
Alles D Wang-,S N Ma 6 rd Row C ane Tala L Caruso H Mars
Second Row T Katyl B Luca A Jones C Hossage E Gomez B
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F st Row M Powell M Bolton D Brown R Genla D Roberts
A Jones B Brown A Mancum A Augeldmger C Serhan E Alessn
Abert Flno E Rrtza R Salvage M Bernes
Second Row H Wynne R M Mercadante R Cohen P Kratz S
Weunstock B Dotter A Smalls A Marnlnsku M J Ellas L Bogumnl
M Flnarelll H Bertosh M Dedato S Llpka V Brodne Vl Martnn
E Yarrlsh D Smcavage
Thnrd Row S Lelbman D Lynch D Barr L Sheehan V Reuser H
Dunn M Gruvner J Davus L Klosko J Partulla M Mason J Chere
To keep order when time for chow lS called us the
'ob of the Cafeteria Patrol This attractive group of
gurls rs under the direction of Mlss McAnlff Theur
duties consist of making the Cafeteria a more cheerful
and neater place to eat Helpung students malntaln
proper traffic regulatsons eliminates all confusion In
the change of classes Pleasantness patience and
efficiency are a few of the qualities these young ladles
B Whutecavage B A Ross: L Whltecavage M L Pugllese A Shortz
Fourth Row C Kendra M Lnpka C Eyerman B Flynn S Rothstean
G Thomas R Senuta M Dalgeaun L P ul B Schul r D Ford J
D mmeck H Joseph F Havley L T utls V Vl s M T V
c ntl P Sknptunas S Fllnppnl
Flfth Row J Alper S Daves F Eyerman P Charles J Swoboda
mrth T al P Oren M F Barone P Br ce
These efficient gurls have Insured the smooth runnmg
of our TV programs They allowed only those wnth
permlts to leave the studio at lunch time and were
careful that those without permnts dad not disturb the
other actors This was only part of their many dutues
Fnrst Row E Rntza P Flannery P Murphy N Strlbaugh C Hosage
E Mangano C Stefanko C Anthony A Ferry R Gelb A Povalaltns
E Foley J Fzedorczyk A Angeldlnger B Wlnton C Serhan
econd Row J Roberts A Kcss J Her on R Hankey T Lllenth l
Ck I o ertos c l M A Lats
R Cohen P Kaplan L Vendetta D Dowey M Jasnonas S Davus
P Nagle K Hovey
lrd Row B Mezanko L Balmer R Chapko G Jacobson
sh nsk: R Meluzzo V Reuser H n Ba L Sheehan
Pangons L Whstecavage B Whntecavaoe C Elllson : Grnffth
Fourth Row C Bona 'Vl Dalgeaun L Paul L Sabestnnas N Coma
n A M 'NA phy Lo oot S eeb Be tosh Ar ta
wey C Wal s ru ls Skup as Va erlus M Pug
Zalora D Wasrlefsku B Sobeck
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The main hall which took on a
gala holiday air, was bright with
Christmas decorations and candle
lighted tables for this annual
mother and daughter event.
One ot the most outstanding social events at
G. A. R. is the Senior Girls' Tea, which was held
on December 15. At this traditional tea the
mothers' of the girls were the guests of honor.
Tea was poured by Mrs. Baiz, Mrs. Lloyd, Miss
Dembitz, and Miss Juzvvialc.
Preceeding the serving ot the delicacies, a pro-
gram depicting the gay and solemn sides ot
Christmas was presented. This delightful pres-
entation vvas under the direction of Miss Lord
and Mr. Ayre.
Patrons Day at G A R was held on November
10 1953 At thus time students Invited therr
parents to vusut vvnth the teachers In one of our
fnrst televusuon appearances of the year
This event profed to be profltable and engoy
abie to both parents and teachers Entertain
rnent vvas provided by the Junior Orchestra
Junuor Glee Club and Turnblung Teams
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Thomas Mass Allce Steldunger Mlss
Grace Keefer Mrs Florence Evans
Mrs Anna Pulasku Mnss Ann Jones
Muss Jean Smuth Dnetman rear
Mrs Betty Wnllsams Mrs Ellzabeth
cast These women prepare the excellent meals and
keep the group un happy contented spurnts They also
lend a helping hand to many of the social actlvltles
not for the eftlclent custodians Their duties are many
and are carrled out to perfectlon These helpful men
wuth tnelr wonderful sense of humor help to brighten
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C Dombroskt N Conaboy J Conny
Qf Course our TV Sfudio has a Cafeferia for H5 hungfy Our TV show would never start on schedule if it were
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Cari Jones, Mr. Smith, and Joe
Oh, the-re're faklng my picture!
The final pep-meeting.
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First Row: E. Ostrowski, M. Jones
T. Gentile, A. Ostrowski.
Second Row: M. Dourand, C. Ste
tanko, A. Ferry, A, Aigeldinger.
On our television show we have songs and cheers led the direction of Miss Gates, who has taught them
by our peppy and energetic cheerleaders, who en- many manuevers which encourages the team and en
courage the G. A. R. fans to cheer our athletic teams tertains the fans.
on to victory. This talented and snappy crew is under
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First Row: D. Loftus, D. Bogumil, M. Daigeaun, J. Llewellyn, R.
Eckenrode, L. George, J. Macri, J. Judge, A. Steininger, R. Williams,
J. Fetchen, D. Salvaterra, S. Blocker, J. Kubicki, J. Joseph, P. Kerri-
gan, .l. Achey.
Second Row: T. Woronko, M. Morio, A. Feminone, W. Lynch, M.
Dudley, W. Dennington, A. Lovecchio, R. Weale, R. Smalls, R. Saba,
C. Jones, T. Merlie, R. Anstett, R. Sundae, S. Weinstocke, C. George,
M. Gorham, J. Parker.
The G. A. R. football team, displaying fine sportsman-
ship and a determined will to win, found many laurels
during their gridiron season. They completed a
record of 25 games without a defeat. Their Coach,
Mr. Luther Richards, is to be highly praised for his
wonderful achievements, as well as his able assistants,
Mr. C. Wasilewski and Mr. W. C. Woods.
A strong G. A. R. team had little trouble defeating
Larksville, at home, 44-O. From the first play on,
everyone knew that the Grenadiers had the first game
of the season under their belt.
Again the Grenadiers showed their remarkable ability
to play good football by over-powering the powerful
Plymouth Indians, 2G-O. This victory chalked up lf?
games without a loss on the G. A. R. scoreboard.
The tension began to mount and it was too much for
the G. A. R. eleven, but they came out of the nip and
tuck battle with a tie of 6-6, however they remained
unbeaten in the preceding 20 games.
The tie with Nanticoke did not affect their high spirit
and determination to win. The Hilltoppers walked off
the field carrying the winning banner of a 27-O vic-
tory over Luzerne.
Third Row: W. Wood, Asst. Coach, L. Smith, B. Lucas, H. Hall, R
Lynch, R. Morowski, S. Henry, G. Maffei, J. Kutney, M. Monsuier,
T Malarky W Connor L Rinker J Verr T Stoodle R. Cole M.
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Thomas, W. Capbella, D. Karam.
Fourth Row: J. Lakovitch, P. Picaretta, G. Lee, J. O'Brien, O. Lynch
J. Nedoff, B. Suda, R. Stravinski, P. Gavin, W. Cooney, L. Richards
G. Morrissey, L. Palladino, J. Causdrop, R. Solomon, J. lorio, R
Berwell, C. Wasilewski, Asst. Coach, L. Richards, Coach.
The G. A. R. triumphant eleven met with a big surprise
when they were tied by Hanover 6-6 on the Hanover
field. The Grenadiers started with their feet on the
gruond but they iust couldn't seem to get going and
the game resulted in a tie.
Anxious moments were felt by the fans and team as
our winning ball club tried for their twenty-third
straight game without a defeat.
Newport put up a good fight in the first half of the
game, but the true G.A.R. spirit came back in the sec-
ond half to wind up the game with a 13,6 victory.
Plains was our next foe, everyone knew that Plains
was strong, but with our clean G. A. R. sportsmanship
and skill, we came out on top by a 26-O score.
Coughlin was scheduled for the next game but due to
a snowstorm, the game was postponed.
In a rough and tough battle, which saw tempers reach
their high points, the Hilltoppers set back Kingston
25--l3. The fans witnessed many thrills and spills as
the G. A. R. team broke the record by acquiring
twenty-five undefeated games in a row.
The next game was against Coughlin, and caught
G. A. R. unawares. Before the Hilltoppers could get
on their feet, the whistle ended the first half and
Coughlin had a substantial lead. As the second half
started, the Grenadiers scored in the first few plays
but that was all, the Coughlin Crusaders wound up
The G. A. R. fans wondered how the previous loss
would affect our team and if the Grenadiers could
stage a grand finale on Turkey Day.
After the first few plays of the game their was no
doubt that the G. A. R. ball club had not lost their
fine spirit and determination to win. The curtain
closed on the season, finding G. A. R. triumphant once
more in a 2l-6 victory over the Meyers Mohawks.
This Year's Results:
44 Larksville 0
20 Plymouth O
6 Nanticoke 6
27 Luzerne O
6 Hanover 6
13 Newport 6
26 Plains O
7 Coughlin 20
25 Kingston 13
21 Meyers 6
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Second Row: R, Solomon, W.
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T ird Row: Coach C. Wasilewski
J Yusko, T. Long, G. Preat, J
Kooney, B. O'Brien, R. Mustick, J.
lorio, W. Connor, manager.
Gorham. J. Llewellyn, D. Fetsko,
Merelie, R. Patslco, K. Stubley.
wis, E. Furman, F. Baur, L. Pal-
A tisket, a tasket, who made that basket? was the
theme of many G. A. R. games this season, due to the
expert ball handling of the players. Coach Chet
Wasilewski is to be highly commended for his endless
work with the boys, instilling them with a great spirit
At the start of the regular season Nanticoke came to
G A R and walked off victorious to the tune of a
7l 49 score The Hilltoppers then rode to Plymouth
and lost another game 70 48 Next on the agenda
was Newport and again the Grenadier lost at home
in a close game, 63-61. G. A. R. then traveled to
Seminary and lost to the Seminary Squires in another
close game, decided in the last second, 53-52. Hanover
was next and the iinx finally was broken, it being
won by the Hilltoppers in the final minutes, the score
being 59-58. Kingston was played at home, and
again the game was pulled out of the fire in the final
minutes by a score of 69 68 Playing Coughlin away
the Hilltoppers failed to connect all evening and the
tTnal score was 73 45 in favor of Coughlin At home
the quintet functioning well again won 79 66 against
Meyers This ended the first half of the season
Starting the second half G A R lourneyed to Nant:
coke and came away victorious with a score of 67 47
The Plymouth game was played at home and again
Mr Jinx was on hand tney winning to the tune of
54 47 The Hilltoppers then traveled to meet a
strong Newport teafn and were outpolnted 62 45
Hanover was entertained at home and vvon by the
close margin of 62 61
Unfortunately for G A R the league sconng record
was broken by a Kingston player In the next game
and the Hllltoppers lost 95 54 Losing to Coughlnn
by a score of 64 56 brought another defeat to G A R
Traveling to Meyers for the final game of the season
a determined G A R team flnally defeated their arch
rlval rn a spirited contest the score being 72 66 Thus
ended the G A R basketball season of l954
G A R
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First Row. V. Zambetti, B. Saba, H. Hall, J, Judge, J. Nlacri, J.
Yakabacus, D. Salvaterra, R. Closlcey, C. Marowski, R. Saba, J. Senuta,
S. Livingston, manager.
Second Row: E. Elgonitis, J. Barberio, E. Henry, R. Neddoft, R
Riskoff, T. Malarkey, J. Kutney, T. Dorko, R. Herstek, L. Richards,
R. Thomas, manager.
Third Row. P. Piccaretta, W. Morgan, I. lrvin, D. Lynch, R. Solomon,
J. Dydynski, J. Hadvance, P. Cavanaugh, J, Marshall, R. Fino, R.
Wint, F. Gubitose, manager.
Fourth Row: R. Lynch, R. Smalls, C. George, R. Thomas, E. Maffei,
H. Hall, J. Oplinger, J. Verry, A, Parker, Luther Richards, Coach.
The G. A, R. wrestling team, in their tenth year in the
league competition, provided many exciting moments
for their fans. The competition of the matches was
very keen, hovvever, the l-lilltoppers were able to
finish second in the city meet and vvin halt of all the
matches in which they participated. Mr. Luther Rich-
ards does a commendable iob, not only in the field
of coaching the sport of wrestling, but also in giving
the boys fine leadership in sportmanship.
:st Row D ewls C nes C nnor Woronko J vm
uovlno J KJb1cku L Palla mo
Scond R w B Kamlnnsku B Mustnck J Stelmack B Solomon T
When Sprung comes G A R s baseball team starts to
practice ID order to have a successful season Coach
Ken Smnth us well assured that the team well have a
vvrnnung season Wlth sorne Letterrnen back and some
very talented young players everyone IS lookxng for
ward to G A R for a tune shovvlng
Wilkes Barre Townshlp at G A R
Kun ston at G A R
G A R at Meyers
Hanover at G A R
C Flynn J Harley L Stoodly D Lemonowskl G Ayres
ow J ua ad of Lucas B Wullna
M Dalgeaun K Smxth Coach
Coughlln at G A R
G A R at Klngston
Meyers at G A R
G A R at Hanover
G A R at Coughl n
rrst Row R Hudnn k L Green
rg L Tablt Pao J DeBua
n n E m
Second Row J Morgan E McDer
mott A Steinberg E Kennedy T
Pegllocca R Casey V Mooney
A Rocco Grande L Ostrowslcu
EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
The eighth grade city championship was won by Mass
Lerchs homeroom after completnng an excntnng sux
game serles It the brand of ball played by these
upcoming players IS any nndlcatnon of things to come
G A R rs assured of a first place team Besides learn
Ing to play good basketball they are also traxned In
fair play and clean sportsmanship
SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
The seventh grade basketball team under the dlrectlon
of Mr Kenny Smith displayed a fine example of
sportsmanship whlch IS necessary tor a winning team
A tune competitive team sprrlt and a will to wan com
brne with thevr nndrvudual playung ablllty to form a
I st Row J F n C Spar
Bonorno S Peters W Stetz
'Vle ey A Zudock R Klap
Second Row A Nardone J Hock
e ury A Draht F Cooper R
McGIynn E Dopko R Talacka G
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First Row: P. Dancheck, P. Delmore, R. Rossi, F. Rossi, L. Mic
A. Povilaitis, P. Crawford.
Second Row: J. Ellis, C. Novak, R. Conyngham, M, Godley, C. Ste-
fanko, F. Navitsky, M. Dudley, A. Colorina, G, Novak, M, Dedato,
On the sports parade We find the thrilling and ex-
icting game of hockey. The girls, under the very
capable direction of Miss Gates, have proven that
they can provide a different kind of entertainment
packed with thrills. This sport is picking up monen-
tum at G. A. R., and vve are sure to have more teams
as successful as this year's. The girls are taught rules,
fair play and get the opportunity to make many new
friends from different schools.
First Row: J. Ellis, C. Novak, P. Crawford, A. Ferry, P. Dancheck,
P. Delmore, L. Sheehan, D. Barr.
Second Row: M. Oldzieiewski, M, Williams, A. Povilaitis, M. Godley,
I. Catrino, D. Zambetti, K. Walsh.
Third Row: F. Rossi, N. Nardone, D. Waltos, J. Yankoski, C. Stefanko,
M. Visentin, L. Albert, E. Foley, R. Conyngham,
GIRLS' SWIMMING CLUB
As we turn the dial to the swimming program, we
hear "splash" and many cries of laughter. Under the
direction of Miss Gates, this group of Senior and
Junior girls can enioy their favorite summer sport in
the winter as well. We can find them splashing around
every Monday after school at Meyers. Those who
can't swim are taught how, and those who can are
taught different strokes and dives. Everyone really
has a fine time at these get-togethers.
OZMA ABRAHAM Commercial
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Glee Club 12 Specsal Gsrls Chorus 12 Musscal 12
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GORDON AYERS Academsc General
GEORGE AZAIN Commercsal
Gsft Commsttee 12
SHIRLEY AZAIN Commercsal
YTeens 11 12 Gsft Commsttee 12 Sensor Gsrls Tea
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CAROL BALMER Commercsal
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JOSEPH J BARBERIA Academsc General
Token Commsttee 12 Baseball Manager 10 11 12
Usher 11 Wrestlsng 11
CHARLES BAUER Academsc General
Band 10 Outsng Commsttee 12
PAUL BEDWICK Commercsal
Bank Cashser 10 11 Baseball 10 Basketball 10 Class
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JAMES BIRD Academsc General
Gsft Commsttee 12
DAN BOGUMIL Academsc General
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Class Treasurer 12 Swsmmsng Club 12 Outsng Com
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MARTIN BRENNAN College Preparatory
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THOMAS BRENNAN College Preparatory
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JAMES BURATTI Commercsal
Labrary Club 10 11 12 Class Day Commsttee 12
BERNICE PHYLLIS CELENDER Commercsal
YTeens 11 12 Sensor Gsrls Club 12 Class Day Com
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ROBERT CHAPKO Academic General
Chess Club 10 Hsksng Club 10 Hs Y 10 11 Garnsval
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ROBERT CLOSKEY Commerclal
Sensor Glee Club 10 Bank 10 Concert Band 10 Home
room Representatsve 10 11 Natsonal Honor Socsety
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PEGGY CONABOY College Preparatory
Hall Patrol 10 11 12 Tumblsng Team 10 Garchsve
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WILLIAM CONNOR College Preparatory
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PATRICIA DANCHECK College Preparatory
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MEREDITH DAVIES Academsc General
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LEON DAVIS Commercsal
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MARGARET DAVIS Commercsal
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SARAH JANE DAVIS Commercsal
Hall Patrol IO II Cheerleader IO YTeens II I2
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ROBERT DIAMONDS Academsc General
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BERNARD DOBOSH Academsc General
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MARILYN C DOURAND Academsc General
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ISABELLE DOWEY Commercsal
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CARL EICHHORN Academsc General
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PETER FIOTI Colege Preparatory
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