Garfield High School - Retrospect Yearbook (Garfield, NJ)
- Class of 1949
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OUR SCHOOL V- -- 2 FEATURES .... U 49
OUR SENIORS L , - .... 17 ACTIVITIES .... , L , - S 3
CLASSES ..... .... 4 1 ATHLETICS ..... .... 7 7
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We, the members of the Class of 1949, dedicate this, our yearbook, to our class
adviser, Miss Rose Porcelli.
Miss Porcelli has been a member of the faculty of Garfield High School since
its inception. During that time, she has unselfishly devoted countless hours to it in
loyal service. Her faithful and tireless work in building not only sound bodies but
sound minds as girls' physical education instructor is of immeasurable value. The
unswerving loyalty and guidance she has given our class during her two years as
adviser have been a beacon light for us to follow unfailingly and for us to remember
in the years to come when memories become more precious than ever.
Our sincere thanks to you, Miss Porcelli, and may you remember us as affec-
tionately as we will you.
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Commencement-how often have we wondered
why the end of our high school days should be
called commencement-the beginning. Yet in a
way, what word could be more appropriate! Al-
though it marks the close of our high school days
it is really the beginning of our real life. Here-
tofore, our lives have been carefully nurtured and
sheltered. As we leave these halls of learning, we
shall be "on our own", out in the world facing
both sunshine and rain, depending on our judg-
ment, foresight and perseverance. All these were
taught to us within these halls of learning from
which we are now about to depart. In the years
to come, we will often remember the many les-
sons we have learned both in academic subjects
and in just living. We will remember our teach-
ers with great respect and affection, especially
when bitter experience and mature understanding
have tempered the rash judgment and impatience
which is so characteristic of youth. We will often
return both physically and mentally to these halls
and we will realize that these really were the best
years of our lives. We will remember you, Gar-
field High School, with deep affection and envy
the students within your care. Yes, for many
years after our Commencement, you will be close
to our hearts.
Here, in our yearbook, our ercord of the high-
lights of the career of the Class of 1949 and of
Garfield High School itself, may you, gentle reader,
enjoy and re-live with us our treasured memories.
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MR. WILLIAM MR. STEPHEN MR. BRUNO KOMSA
Serretary to the Board
E. Komsa, J. Kramer, E. Schcmpp, W. Capone, C. Borromeo, S. Daniels,
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PETER L. HUBIAK
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JOHN HOLLIS Def'f"'me"'
. RIH IRENE KOSHLAP
OLGA B. KENSELAAR
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Head of Science Department
THOMAS A. MEEI-IAN
ROBERT P. NORK
Director of Athletics
Director of Guidance
MARTIN A. RIESCHI.
LILLIAN P. PIRRONE C A
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HELEN T. SCANDARIATO
PETER V. TENGI
BERTHA E. TRAVERS
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Dfpaffmfnf JOSEPHINE B. VILARDO
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GERALDINE KAROLY JOSEPHIEESJSSINKO
Head of Social Sludiei EDNA NEAVLING
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Liness Staff, Purple and
n the stage, she's a natural,
only off that she's acting."
Buiinen Education '
ill Fashion Editorg Business
ff, Purple and Goldg junior
"Silence never betrays."
Aviation Clubg Hi-Yg Track.
"A merry heart goes a long
way to bring good cheer
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"Talking merrily away,
You will see her everyday.'
G A R F I E L D
"I hasten to laugh at every-
"Happy and gay in a moderate
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"I don't worry, I don't care, I
don't hurry anywhere."
Footballg Quillg Chess Clubg
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"Always a friend to everyone."
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"He has no time for foolish-
ness or females."
Aviation Clubg Hi-YQ Quill.
"Happy is one who is gay and
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"A man isn't poor if he can
Glee Clubg Business Staff,
Purple and Gold.
"Along his way he merrily
Not caring a fig for worldly
"I am willing to be convinced,
But show me the one who can
Quillg C. 0.5 Hi-Yg Track.
"A friend to allg a foe to
Steno Club: Quillg Girls'
Chorusg Mixed Chorus.
"He knows the art of friendg
Glee Club gVice-President, Sec-
"It's no mater what you do
If your heart be only true.'
Cheerleaderg Glee Clubg Girls
Chorusg Mixed Chorus.
"A dash of sweetness,
A charming personality."
Quillg Purple and Goldg Glen
"She is a friend, good an
, she so quiet and demure,
iybe, but don't be so sure."
O., Quill, Purple and Gold.
Vithout music life would be
an empty sphere."
Glee Club: Hi-Y.
Vhat sweet delight a. quiet
"Variety is the spice of life
that gives it all its flavor."
Steno Club, Twirler.
"When she's around, it's
always fair weather,
Her disposition is light as a
Secretary, Steno Clubg Feature
Editor, Purple and Gold.
"A quiet man I'd like to be,
Cause then no one will bother
"Blue eyes, smiling face,
Quiet, gentle, full of grace."
"A little work, a lot more play,
Is how I'd like to pass the
"Friendliness is a wonderful
Steno Clubg Purple and Goldg
Girls' Chorusg Mixed Chorus.
Horace Di Tecco
"Cares I despise, because I
Business M a n a g e rg Quillg
Business Manager, Purple and
Goldg Hi-YQ Chess Club.
G A R F I E L D
"Accent is the soul of speech,
It gives feeling and truth to
"A willing, helping hand is he,
W'ithout him - what would
our Senior Class Be?"
Treasurer, C. O., Quill, Presi-
dent, Senior Classg President,
Hi-Yg Footballg Trackg junior
"I'll walk where my own
nature would be leading."
Library Councilg Business and
Literary Staff, Purple and
"The Summer's flower is not
Glee Club, Secretary, Senior
Class, Girls' Chorusg junior
Frederick Donovin Arline Dowiak
"Ted Horn" "Ar"
"A real He-man, we like his "Happy is she, whose spir
sort, is free."
Good-natured fellow, clean- GeneralB
cut sport." Glee Club.
President, Rod 8: Gun Club,
Hi-Y, Purple and Gold.
"Usually seen but not heard.
"She'll always be our queen.
"Ambitious in the work h
Glee Clubg Hi-Y, junior Pla!
"Small, but every inch a man.
Jr she is just the quiet kind,
nose nature never varies."
ve taken my fun where l've
is artistic ability is far
above the average."
"Young fellows will be young.
Glee Clubg Business Staff,
Quillg Business Staff, Purple
"To worry little, to study less,
Is my idea of happiness."
"With a friendly smile and a
Ralph passes no one by."
"Happy am I, from care I'm
Why can't they all be content-
ed like me."
"I don't say much, but who
knows what I think."
"Blushing is virt'ue's color."
Basketballg Glee Clubg Base-
"Quiet, courteous, gentle and
Ruthie is a friend to one and
Steno Clubg Purple and Gold.
G A R F I E L D
"Her hair is curly, brown and
And that tops off a mighty
"Not too serious, not to gay,
But jolly and good in work
Rod and Gun Club.
"He has wisdom and wit as
President, Edisonian Science
"His ability has won our
He's an asset to any team."
President, Dramatic Club,
Treasurer, Senior Classg Foot-
ball, Varsity, Captain, Basket-
ball, Varsity, Baseball.
"Gentle in both manner and
Glee Club, Band, Special
Girls' Chorusg Mixed Chorus,
"Not afraid of work, but not
exactly, in sympathy with it."
"Always smiling, always gay."
Glee Club, Girls' Chorus,
Mixed Chorusg Quill.
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"Quiet, demure and pleasar
You hardly know she's pre
"Liked are they of easy ways.
"ln the midst of gaity an
laughter she can be found
Glee Club, Girls' Chorus.
Raymond Handzo Ida Hansen
is only fault is that he has "A girl of few cares has few
no faults." regrets."
General B Burinerr Eduralion
:e Clubg Sports Editor, Modern Miss.
illg Sports Editor, Year-
George Hubert Palma Iannarone
natural fellow of natural "May her success be as pleas-
mind." ant as her character."
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te-President, Aviation Clubg
Quill 3 Modern Miss.
Marion janosky John Juricisin
"Silence is sweeter than "What mischief lies behind
speech." that sober man."
Burineu Eduralion Terbniral
asurer, Steno Clubg Girls' Glee Clubg Hi-Yg Basketball.
"Be the labor great or small,
She does it well and does it
"The world would not be in-
If there were no little people
"Our thoughts and our conduct
are our own."
"Good humored, lively, full of
"As merry as the day is long."
Peter SfCIl0 Club.
"He has malice toward none."
Vice-President, Edisonian Sci-
, joseph Kolodzei
Elizabeth Kocher "Why should life all labor be."
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"She is blonde and gay, RHd10 Club-
And in our memories she will
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"Worry kills me, why die?"
Bandg Edisonian Science Club.
"Her art, that is the one she
holds nearest her heart."
Dramatic Clubg Quill Artistg
Purple and Gold.
"A sincere and quiet Miss."
"His wit will see him
Edisonian Science Club.
"He is a manly, independe
"Oh, to be free from all
ood-natured - winning the
favor of all."
iation Clubg Hi-Yg Purple
-ler daintiness and charm and
'e pictured in her pretty
lee Clubg Literary Staff, Pur-
"She is pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with."
"Her quiet smile reveals her
"Of good wit, sparkling eyes,
and pleasant smile."
Dramatic Clubg Purple and
Rose Ellen Kroin
"With eyes so bright, and heart
You'1l find a reat girl in this
Steno Clubg Quillg Feature
Editor, Purple and Goldg
"With valleys of eternal
Steno Clubg Literary Staff,
Business Staff, Quillg Business
Staff, Purple and Goldg Office
"An honest man, a warm heart
"Twirling is my delight."
Glee Clubg Head Majorette of
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G A R F I E L D
"He may not score, but yet he
helps to win."
Dramatic Clubg Hi-Yg Cap-
tain, Football, Varsityg Track.
"My skies are seldom gray."
"A right swell. fellow, full of
fun, who loves to joke and
crack a pun."
Bandg Glee Club.
"Always happy, always gay."
Glee Clubg Girls' Chorusg
Business Staff, Purple and
"Not that I like studies less,
But I like fun more."
Glee Clubg Football, Varsityg
Trackg junior Play.
"She is neither shy nor is she
just a girl with a heart of
Steno Clubg junior Play.
"Silence is a great asset to
"Tall and dark and happy a
"A mischievous spirit fills hi
Football, Varsityg Purple an
Goldg Dramatic Clubg junic
"Her hair is as black as mid
typical all-around girl is
e Clubg Purple and Goldg
gness Staff, Quillg Cheer-
with the dance, let joy be
Clubg Quillg Business
, Purple and Gold.
Easy going in his way."
"Thou seest a man diligent in
'A man of good nature."
"A little learning is a danger-
Chess Clubg Business Staff,
Quillg Business Staff, Purple
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But her sunshine never dies."
President, Section Roomg Vice-
President, Senior Classg junior
Playg C. O.g Editor-in-Chief,
Purple and Goldg Quill Re-
"All the world loves a good
Vice-President, Chess Club.
"A long way with his quiet-
ness he'll. go."
G A R F I E L D
"A youth light-hearted and
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"Silky lashes, soft blue eyes,
One would never suspect she's
Camera Clubg Circulating
Manager, Quillg Literary and
Business Stall, Purple and
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'For though he's a wit, he's
"A woman's best ornament is
"A fine escort he'd make any-
Hi-Yg Glee Clubg Purple and
"Full of fun and laughter."
"A's and B's with the greatest
"Speech is great, but silence is
Vice-President, Radio Club
Hi-Yg Baseball, Varsity.
"The man that blushes is nc
quite a brute."
"My soul has its secret,
My life has its mystery."
C. 0.3 Quillg Purple and Go
smile is the whisper of a
"It is better for a young man
to blush than to turn pale."
Edisonian Clubg Band.
wo dimples flickering out
ghlight a face bright with
pep and vim."
e-Presidentg Dramatic Club,
mtaing Cheerleader, junior
little work, a little more
ps me going everyday."
ice-President, Steno Club.
"A boy of optimistic nature
and impish grin."
Hi-Yg Quillg Purple and
Goldg Central Organization.
"Tiny and determined."
"Five foot two and eyes of
Special Girls' Chorusg Bandg
Dramatic Clubg Mixed Chorusg
"When I'm not near the girl
I love the girl I'm near."
Football, Varsityg Glee Clubg
Baseballg Junior Play.
"In common sense, a merry
"Athletes are born, not made."
Glee Clubg Football Varsityg
Baseballg Junior Play.
G A R F I E L D
"She is quiet, she is shy,
But there is mischief in her
"Intelligent, quiet and keen is
this girl, jean."
"She wore a bashful look."
"Not quiet, not loud, nor short
But a swell combination of
President, Steno Club.
"Nothing serious never in a
Nothing in life can get him
Rod and Gun Club.
"Snappy, peppy, full of good
Seldom keeping still."
Modern Miss, Purple and
"A good heart is worth gold."
Rod and Gun Club.
"Dance light for my heart lie
under my feet."
Edisonian Science Club.
"And still they gazed, and sti
the wonder grew,
That one small head coul
carry all he knew."
Edisonian Science Clubg Band
Editor of "The Edisonianf'
Betty Ann Rose
"jovial Betty, with her brigl
Getting fun out of life is wh:
Glee Club, Purple and Gold
. Frances Rosol Richard Ruff
Sweet personality, full of "He has a happy-go-lucky,
rascalityf' pleasing air."
Burinerr Education General A
Glee Club. Glee Club.
Benjamin Sayor Norma Schaeffer
lice and tall liked by all." "Simplicity of all things, is the
General A hardest to be copied."
Girls' Chorusg Library Coun-
iootball, Varsity g Hi-Y.
Ingeborg Seifert Margaret Serritella
rr ways are ways of pleas- "Nice things come in small
Burinef: Education General B
Steno Club. Cheerleaderg Glee Club.
"A gentleman ever, with
Dramatic Clubg Quillg Junior
"A gentle lass, crowned in
Glee Clubg Vice-President, Sec-
"Always ready to laugh and
"Knowledge is the staff of
Library Councilg Vice-Presi-
dent, Section Roomg Mixed
Chorusg Girls' Chorusg Fea-
ture Eclitor, Quill.
"To know her is to like her.'
G A R F I E L D
President, Modern Miss.
"Not only one of the boys, but
one of the best."
Glee Club, Hi-Y.
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A ready smile, a winning
Cheerleaderg Dramatic Club.
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"A sweet, merry miss."
"A wolf in sheep's clothing."
Hi-YQ President, A v i a t i o n
"A regular fellow, why say
"It's nice to be natural,
When you're naturally nice.'
C. O., President, Service Lea
gueg Purple and Gold.
"Cheerful and kind in everj
President, Library Council
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus
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"A lass of gentle dignity
Marked by quiet simplicity.
Girls' Chorusg Small Choir
Secretary, Library Council
News Editor, Quill, Purpl
ie earns whatever she has." '
Steno Clubg Quill.
K quiet lad but a line one."
Edisonian Science Club.
'Her pleasing manner is
. Joy' .
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"A man of few words,
cheerful smile and a cheer- "A quiet nature and a stead-
ful heart." fast friend."
Bu.fine.u Educating Buiineu Education
Glce Club. Glee Clubg C. O.
'A gentle girl is rather charm-
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"Man abOI.1t t0Wl'l."
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"A sweet person, a rare find."
Steno Clubg Quill.
'True humor springs from the
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"A merry heart maketh a
"She is gentle and shy."
"A good sense of humor wins
Glee Clubg Baseball.
"Some think he's swell, but we
Basketball, Varsityg Baseballg
Her quiet way will someday
"A light heart lives long."
'A friend in need is a frienf
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"It's a friendly heart that has
"A happy smile all the while."
C. O.g Quill, junior Play.
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SENIOR CLASS HISTCRY
Do you remember your first freshman day at
Garfield High? The corridors looked so perplex-
ing, and students crowded in the classrooms, chat-
ting with their friends until the first bell rang.
The bell which opened a door to a new phase in
life. Dressed in our newest clothes we shyly re-
ported to our classes, and as the year progressed
we found ourselves going to football games and
Canteen dances. Although we never knew why
the football players didn't dance with us. The
only dislikes in our freshman year were final
exams, report cards and detention, but we man-
aged to see it through. Summer crept quickly
upon us and before we knew it, our freshman year
"Look at those tiny freshmen, I'm glad we
weren't like that", were the exclamations of the
proud sophomores. But they soon fell into stride
with us and we knew our sophomore year would
be fun. -- Fun, did we say, no sir, not with such
complicated lessons as Spanish, geometry and
shorthand, not to mention the tedious task of read-
ing book reports. There was keen competition
in intra-mural volleyball and basketball games.
Noontime dancing made us smoother dancers and
fellows seemed to take notice of us now. With
all our glory in School 9, we looked up to the stu-
dents in School 6 and yearning for the day when
we would be juniors.
Our anticipation for School 6 was short-lived
once we arrived in the cramped school. The
teachers looked so stern that we wished we were
back at School 9. Who ever heard of going to
another school for gym. Things looked grim and
the days grew longer. Getting our lockers made
us feel a little bit better. After meting our class
adviser we immediately elected class oiiicers and
opened the doors to a big year. Selling magazines
and candy was our first money-raising project for
the Washington trip. We then started selling
tickets for the "Harvest Hop". With pleasant
memories lingering, we picked a cast and set a
date for our junior play. Practicing for the play
was fun. We crossed the days off the calendar
and soon that awaited night came. Our junior
Play, "Life of the Party" was a hilarious success.
With this encouragement we prepared for the
junior Prom. The king and queen were well-
chosen, and as we danced to the strains of "Moon-
light Serenade", we felt our junior year had been
wonderful. With a sigh of happiness we waited
to see what the Senior Year had in store.
At last! Seniors. Could it possibly be us? Yes,
the suave seniors. It sounded too good to be true.
This year we wasted no time and elected our class
officers, yearbook and Quill editors wisely. We
proudly exhibited our class rings to our under-
classmen. Yearbook pictures were taken and we
wondered what the results would be like. Christ-
mas cards were sold for the Vffashington trip. Our
Senior Dance, "Serenade of the Bells", highlighted
the holiday season. We took our studies seriously
and worked hard on exams, knowing our goal
would be reached more quickly. It was cherry-
blossom time and we were on our trip to Wash-
ington. We told everyone of the beautiful sights
and the fun we had on the trip. Preparations for
graduation began with senior-singing. Cap and
g ow n measurements were taken. Committees
worked on the program for Class-Nite arduously.
We practiced hard and studied just as hard for our
final exams. The days following we signed the
yearbooks of our friends. - Now at last, Class-
Nite, the Senior Social and Commencement. The
singing of our class song stirred our emotions.
As tears filled our eyes, we looked at our friends,
with memories in our hearts. We knew that last
bell had rung, closing and opening a new phase of
our life. We shall never forget Garfield High and
the wisdom she has given us.
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Tliere wc were, juniors, strimling outsirle School No. 6, rlass advisor, we immediately eleiterl rlius othcers and then
waiting to gain enough courage to go into this new building. started raising money for our senior trip to w'klSl1lllgf17Il,
My, how different everything was? Gym claSSes held at D.C, Our first money-raising proyert was .1 iimgnziiic' sale
Sfhool No. l, crowded and noisy study hulls, and a chemiS- by which we ilCCLll11LIliliC'4l at worthwhile sum.
try lah with different nauseating odors every day. Much attention was given to the posters in the l
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First row: ID. X':inilerSamle, IZ. Bauer. ll. Unifer. L. Freedman, D. Drotos. J. VVindt, A. Schuster, R. Courtier.
Sei-ond row: A. Mulder, S. llurtos, l'. Miglizirio, Y. Kzirclash, O. llinneiiik, J. Mihalko, B. Konarz, lj, Le.
gutko. .l. Lohsen. Third row: R. Ilaskot. Al. Greeeo, R. Fuseo. J. Szwakoh. M. Sehinimenti: R. Tclson,
R. Zeekcr. Fourth row: .l. Zulwer, J. lluhicl, N. Salmnosli, l. Kushwara.
and everyone impatiently looked forward to the big night.
But detinitely, you managed a date for this dance.
Tryouts for the cast of the junior Play, "Her First Flame",
began at once. This surely must he a success! Finally the
tense night arrived and the curtain went up. Before we
realized it the evening was over and only the empty seats of
the auditorium remained. But it was a success and we
sighed with contented relief.
At last the highlight of our junior year approached-the
junior Prom. Ah! the most talked about school affair was
really happening to us. But like all good things it ended
too soon and only the memories of the music and of the
thrills it brought us remained in' our hearts.
As we look back on our past years, thinking of all the
excitements we have had, especially being juniors, we look
toward our last ancl best year-our senior yearswith the
hope that we will do as well next year as we have done
First row, lmttoni: l'. Yerga, lf. Nicltliis. ti. Allele, A. Bruno, A. Catziiizaro, A. lie Puri. l'. Hilde, li. lluclak,
F. tlinosrenti. St-eonil row: F. German, IJ. Kriseo, A. Pazinko, S. llolishiiey, B. Chieko, L. Serenee,
M. l'oeziio. l'. Yaiieeek, ll. lleinille, Mr. lrluhiak. 'l"hii'il row: IJ. Gall. R. Becker, ll. Oreshnik, E. Mucha,
R. Roth, j. Yelilwir, IJ. Russinko, L. Puzio, j. Rigolosi. Fourth row: -I. Kosmzi, j. foeula, C. Maklowski,
F. lilcvlia, R. Szayway.
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First row, bottom: K. Rareellonzi, M. fiereo, M. Ste-pat, B. Santo, M. Saks, A. Hernsdorf, J. Gzisorak,
V. johnson, M. Lihrezi, Al. Koeizin, R. l'oeumly, ll. VVykzi, N. Cueeia, R. Di Piazza. Sernnrl rovwf: R. Morton,
M. Mzirgxi, fl. Stie-r, II. liisenherger, M. Martinelli, M. Furnienzil-c, U. Cervetto, A. fhizziky. l. Freediuxm,
IJ. Vrgovies, M. 'l':xinlze. Third row: A. Serene, R. Tyhursky, R. llurvutli. R. Rohsler, N. Csziki, P. Proh-
lusky, l,. Kwzirter. R. liuonu, A. jones, If. Yam Leilten. Fourth row: 'l'. I,:i Roeezi, R. Msleziluso, 'l'. Arts,
M. VVislotski, A. Pzirios, S. Gximliino. A. Nieiijsully. ,l. l'etiz, L. Surgent, R. l,:az:ir, D. VK'riglit. Fifth row:
C. llrinilnggi, lf. Ruffle, R. 'I':mtilln, ID. VVL-st, R. VVright, R, Figlyzir.
Again 'md for our last year at the Annex, we
boarded a bus, but instead of entering 21 bright and
shiny bus, our eyes were fastened on an old and
comfortable looking vehicle. It fitted into the
way of school life that had become so dear to us
-CLASS CDF 1951
now. Now we were upper classmen. Our lnurels
had been won and the faculty were our friends.
The shy, bewildered freshmen reminded us of
ourselves and that not too long ago day when we
had come here. The months rolled by and assem-
lfirst low. lmttoin: ll. lliil. M. llelnink, lf. Lziinzaires, ,l. llrinku, tl. Sturm, I.. Silkoxuki, R. llrmieiito.
ll. luiigoliisi, K . Xzlrzuly, ll. lizirippxl, J. l,uZ, l. Rllilllllllll, A. Svlesiiixk. M. Przittz. Seriviul row: hl. Glirerkxl.
M llzirlrvgi, KA. Seuskie, XY. Cole, M. Alfuim, -l. Miekllls, lf. lfilku, xl. llixllii. lf. Sueeio. M. Yivzlrl. 'l'hird
row: M. K'l1:iilwit'k, l.. Miikl, l.. Rilixirilo, R. Meiiim, R Seltzer. S. Sivrnng, li. Nt-lwsnzik. l"mirth row:
'l'. l,in'm':ii'4li, R. Meyer. l,. fierinzm, -I. Monzisll, lf. lim' Nzirrhi. R. llzulley. R. fii'0ii1er. ,l. Ruiuzinrlizik. R.
Lzmgeri, IJ. Martin, L. Mzxzzellzi, R. lluttiier. Fifth row: R. Hzilog, K. tlyiigoysi, j. Ileinko. ll. Rmxileik.
M Align, Y. Muelr, lf. 1,4-liner, R. Russinko, A. Liieiaiilo, L. S2lllglS, Shilip. 'l. lfreilerieks.
First row, bottom: R. Tufnro, S. Molinari, C. Ali, S. Haladyna, R. Obsuth, VV. Yuhas. Second row:
C. Torkas, I.. Klein, De Boer. P. Tani, E. Yicari, IJ. Meyers, H. Harlmulanic, P. Ceitner, V. Terezkiweetz
S. Rostkowski, L. llc Nova. L. llc Bonte, ll. Kinetz. A Senmen. Third row: R. Toth, I. Rabela, ll. Jalan,
L. Yiolnnte, A. Marino, M. Spatam, R. Calilemne, E. Mnziekien. E. Rc-eg, R. Trentaeosta, M. Mozzio.
lfourtli row: A. Cangelose. ,l. Russinko, ll. Seratin, M. lliez, T. ilablonski, J. Murusin, P. Kuzel. E. Piela,
F. Serlin, H. Hurzik, U. Yonni. Fifth row: L. Nunno, J. Deniko, j. Tripporla, IJ. Seozarri, E. M. Zeek, A.
Granato, A. Roth, V. Yuhas, R. Colasso. S. Scrzifani. B. Marrhini, ,l. Cherup, C, Ammo. Y. Sala. Sixth row:
.l. Seralin, P. Mzizzzilani. G. Hulopka, M. jzicolvs, G Den.Blyker, M. Stieger, D. Gall, ll. Kovalcik, N. Glen-
lrezzi, J. Negerli, Al. Criskowitz, G. Atlgrinzilnzi, K. L'rgovies, G. Fitting.
blies and clubs were well developed and underway.
These group gatherings had made us many new
The Christmas and Easter assemblies were mile-
stones in the year. Football, basketball and base-
ball games were a source of our outside activities.
Then before we knew the term was almost over.
Final examinations came and passed. For many of
us this was a sad party, for our friends would be
left behind. But as we bid them "Goodbye" we
cast our woes aside to look forward to the new
joys and pleasures that we'd nnd at Number 6
school in our approaching junior year.
First row. hottoin: S. Watson. R. Vllttsoii. M. Fuller, C. Anzolut, E. llowiak, B. Alfonso, D. Sehiffly,
P. Toth, A. Trentzieosta. A. llolsrowolski, L. Kroll, D. Yentolx. L. Ptlota, A. Affonte. Second row: M.
liolzisa, R. Plucinsky, M. llanilzo, XV. Snhonash, ll. Cascone, R. Schiniilt, T. liellina, J. Gutifo, P. Regal,
J. Nfmnlrt-rg. Thirrl row: D. Allvzinese. V. Buck, Y lie Maria. B. Korinrla. G. Brezina, A. VVimlt, E. Kotch,
l'. Bruncln. Fourth row: R. Stuffit, G. Fette, E. Astalas, S. Cuecio, E. Szabo, F. Bianco. J. Majersak,
lf. Cook, j. Favzxtn, P. Ozgzi. Fifth row: L. Divak, Gerriera, J. Gaul, J. Celmra, VV. Little, E. Bareellonzi,
VV. Tzikzieh, T. Tantillo, P. Petoek, E. Majka, S. Pianattini.
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First row: R. Regan, j. llziuer. F. Rieenrili, R. Lihu, P. Kzreminsky. A. Nzickmiexlmy, M. Griglnk, ,l.
Miimiilzi, M. lillllllllllll, vl. Riluirilii, C. Kozel, L. Ernst, T. Pizzi, A. Micklus. Sei-mul row: ll. llinzipclk,
M. -lziiikiivvskl. R. l'gilsi. ll. Beilvizirrik. lf. lfccmxvitz, M. Ni-luiker, M. lilziilliiigziilu, M. Xiilizis. l' lim-lit-1,
M. Minn-liiiuii. 'l'luril row: li. Nuhzis, IJ. Ye-lcluir, Li. Bzilczirivik. VV. Lzikelvelil, S. Rulislvr, Lf l,iiMothv,
j. 'll-svrzi, lb. Siiiliil. Finurlli row: l'. Kziiipars, j. Alhzuio, L. tizizicgi, A. Unppiwlzi, M. lizisliiiw, VY. liiiiqilski,
l.. Mlifnliisii, R, llrlmil. Fifth row: M. Alutln, Fiisso, A. Role. ll. Attxuti. ll. Youriiiziii. ti. Foster,
,l. Rziinrmo, M. llc-viii.-ii. l'. llel,illis, J. lizimisi, Pzilislikriwitvz, Y. llni, M. iiovziliv, ll. Siiflul.
FRESI-IME -CLASS or 1952
'l'he shiny bus pulled up in front of the school we too, were attending high school. The first few
and slowly the group of chattering students left it. days we thought the sophomores were aloof and
Suddenly we were quiet and subdued. This was superior, the teachers quiet and different. Classes
indeed a new experience for many of us. Now, and assemblies brought us in Contact with every-
First row: I.. Payer, L. Hastick, R. Gilbert, M. Cimino, li. Uliiiitiilzi, J. Yasilyk. M. jiilinsoii. -l. liimilowski,
M. Layusi, -l. Skoski, D. Fercnee. A. fulenilrillu, M, Lieastri. Seemiil row: B. Luz. B. Schiniilt, lf. Stilmer,
J. Szumero, li. Suekow. S. Conte, bl. 'lediek. A. Estok. ,l. Figlyzir, li. 'l'eiisera, C. Marehese. 'l'hiril row:
R. Gasprr, K. Burdzy. 'I'. Vagcll, M. Lieastri. R, Yzmce-l-c, ll. Zelesnak, M. lliihis, M. Ussi. Foiirtliqrnw:
J, VVolos. j. Schlopn. L. Turba, R. Amico, l'. Vzmgelosi, A. Bozarniki, A. I'ieri'e, R. llrmge, A. Lovnli.
Fifth row: L. Arthur, K. Ptaky, M. Longo, M. Agnello, M. Yenvemitu, N. Market, A. Ulzsutli, R. Nnrk,
H, Rubino, W. Lesko, A. Kovnlik.
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First row. bottom: II. Shumelln, R. IJell:i Porta, I. Rudy, A, Bugohno, J. Charvan, A. Kureliak, M. Duschak,
li. Sieizirsik, I". Ili-lln fziszi. IJ. Quinta, L. Meli, A. llzirroineo, ll. Hnclgeson. Second row: ID. Fliziliorn,
A. lllihal, U. l"t-liwiilwzicli, ID. Szirti, lf. llelzick, I'. Pavlick. A. Morclenti, C. VVeye1'i1i:ii1, S. Riggi, Third row:
I'. Salerno, I'. Metnsy. A. Lrirlmue, -I. .Xvc'llzi, A. Cicrzlzzi, L. Liclienlmerg. li. Tzihnsik, Il. Siliilel. Timlxo
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li. l.zipm'ski. Fourth row: IJ. lic-Ink, IQ, lla-iiuski, R. Gyknnski, fi. Koch, I' Tzieks, R. Gzivlzik. F. Pettiiieo,
NI. Ilnrlmit-r, lf. I'np:irozzi, VI. Yiilmziggy Fifth row: Ii. Ste-fzinuo, A. llivorcl1:ik.j. Pt-trillo, li. Zolzivn. I". Fern-lice,
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body and new friendships were formed. Football
games, varsity dances, and the canteen were on our
list of activities.
The seasons changed and with them, the sports
which we attended. Baseball and track were now
in the spotlight and we showed our enthusiasm by
beginning to see as many games as we could,
Soon our final exams came and then were gone.
We now would be the upper classmen in September.
Yet though we were overjoyed at this prospect we
realized that we would surely miss our new-found
friends. But we will again meet them as we, the
class of 1952, follows them up the road of education
First row: A. Ge-rliino. M. Fizil, M, Stnliula, ll. Kopec, L. Rim-lixirt. F, Perrilli. A. IJeLotto, R. Melnick
ID. Lehnvr. li. Iluclnk, j. Augustowslii, M. Bzilla, M. Ribauilo, L. Razasn. Sefonil row: E. VVinklei', T. Mar
tino, J. Schwinge. B. SL'llWiliZl1lg.f9l', M. Alfanso, Il. Schlerro. M. Acomondo, T. Woll M Schferilv M
Schweighart. R. May. Tlliril row: I. Mura, A. Mithal, S. Luz, E. Lisovsky. I. SCIILYHZIS, M, Zeeker, E. Pet-
risin, G. Alirucato, R. Mesko. I'. VVilIc. Lesko. Fourth row: G. Inserrzi, N. Polick, Tufaro, R. Golick,
I'. Phauly, II. Gergnwirz, Zzifonte. VV. Salxonzisli. Fifth row: F sto, Stefanco, j. liuilles, S. Tarnoski,
IJ. Vetrasek, R, I'relich', 1. Dt-voos, R. Gerrislen, G. Wren.
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JU IOR PRQM
Each year, in the month of May, we wait for it
certain day-the junior Prom. It is the most so-
ciable night for the junior Class. The auditorium
was transformed into a romantic garden with stars
glittering from a dark sky ahove. Each girl was
a princess whirling in lace and taffeta, while her
escort was a prince-charming handsomely clad in
black tuxedo, dancing dreamily to the strains ol'
Alison Barton's soft music.
At last, the piece de resistance, the coronation.
The knights Arthur Pierce, George Casper, Rich-
ard Furman, Williilni Plucinsky, Julius Farkas, and
Michael Gutches, and the ladies-in-waiting Evelyn
Lesko, Mary Ziemba, Harriet Pescevich, judith
lfasso, Evelyn Schuster, and Eleanor Kopchak
formed a pathway to the throne as Geraldine Fig,
lyar and Richard Petrasek were crowned King and
Queen to the strains of Moonlight Serenade.
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and Richard Ruff. '
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right--Mae liolcaig Ruth lXion.ish, Mi
celli, Rose lfllen liroin. Doris l'e.1i
Mary 7lit'inlwa, Stamling, Al XY'alt'iicn
-Iolin Kuiclic. Al Spitfncf, Micilc
Gutclies, Julius Farkas, Floyd l,ohs
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SEATED Le!! Io right L Dolce E Kzlgus G Opielcun A. Zalewski, 1. Mickel, R. Mamola, M. Farinella, R
Santo D Tyli lc D Haitrrann R Vicari I Roedema D. Novack, D. Kolek, D, Sulyovszky. STANDING-E
Flmta R Scarpa M De Franco I Kohlzus O Bak M A Korba, O. Novak, M. Ladika, R. Mastrangelo, P
Hudak A Plz 1r'1enI1 T Guzio V Scialampo P De Franco, M. David, F. Zemlonsky, I. Salisky, L. Mikula, E
ROBERT SANTO, DAVID TYLICKE
EDITORIAL STAFF: Marie Farinella, Doris Hartmann,
Ross Mamola, Iuliana Mickel, Ieanette Roedema, Ed-
ward Sudol, Rose Vicari.
LITERARY STAFF: Iune Elias, Edward Flinta, Doris.
Hartmann, Eleanor Kilgus, Mary Ann Korba, Doris
Novack, Rita Scarpa.
SENIOR SECTION: Marie David, Paula De Franco,
Marie Farinella, Lorraine Mikula, Ioan Salisky, Doris
Sulyovszky, Frances Zemlonsky.
ACTIVITIES STAFF: Olga Bak, Theresa Guzio, Lillian
Knapp, Marjorie Ladika, Doris Maitland, Angie Pizzi-
menti, Ieanette Roedema, Elaine Super.
QUOTATIONS: Helen Bozyk, Patricia Hudak, Iacqueline
Kohlrus, Dolores Kolek, Rosalie Mastrangelo, Agnes
PHOTOGRAPHY: Ioseph Fedor, Ross Mamola, Olga
Novak, Violet Scialampo,
SPORTS: Robert Aboczky, Gladys Benti, Edward
TYPISTS: Mae De Franco, Elvira Fatuova, Rosalie
Oh! lmu' we danred on the nile of our ,facial again."
Picture once again, if you will, a little white
church surrounded by Christmas trees, silver bells
suspended from blue and white streamers, and the
sweet music of Alison Barton's Orchestra. Pre-
vailing throughout the evening was a jubilant air,
reflected in cheerful greetings and smiling faces.
For one night the auditorium was transformed into
a beautiful ballroom, filled. with merry dancers,
whirling on a cloud of ecstasy. To add to the ex-
The friendly guafdiaflf-0111' liZ7df7t'7'0!IL'.1
-Andrew Simko, Rose Porcclli, Angela
Martino, and William Stefanelli.
SE IOR DANCE
citement, a Miss X contest was held, and a corsage
was given to the person who guessed she was
only imaginary. This was our Senior l3ancefOur
Serenade of the Bells.
WI' YIOTU f77L'J!'l1ff The General Llriiiiiiitlecz
Seated, left to right: Evelyn Schuster,
Marge Serritelln, llelen Ruin, Betty Rose,
Corinne Millo, llurriei Pesecvich, Tillie
LoBizn1rln, Ruth Mnnzish, Stzmding, left
to right: just-pli Magee, julius Farkas.
Michael Arenrlnrs. 'l'liinu:is Yuhhs. Louis
llellnetto, Angelo Mziscziro, Fred' llonovin,
Floyd Lohsen, xvllllillll Pluciusky, VYilli:ini
Suklich :mil Michael liutclxes.
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"LIFE OF THE PARTY"
--- Ruth Monash
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jean Hughes .....
Amy Hughes ......
Teddy Hughes .......
Walter Lebscomb ....
Mildred Hughes ....
Mike Tisdale ....
Dottie Kixmiller ......
Snazzy Mitchell .........
Mary Rosalie Vogulhut
Ruth Coates ..........
Hope Shuttelworth ---
Mrs. Victoria Coates ....
Tommy King ......
Charles Collier ---
Sally Frazier ---
M-- Julius Farkas
--- Santa Bartello
--1--- Arthur Pierce
--- Floyd Lohsen
---- Judith Fasso
--- joseph Magee
--,- Doris Pearce
---- Camille Maciag
------ Florence Zyla
--- Rose Ellen Kroin
--,-- Lillian Stier
,,,-- john Russo
---- Alfred Fadil
--- Mary Ziemba
Oh! my goodnerr, what
happened? - fleft to
right, Ruth Monash,
W i l l i a m Plucinsky,
julius Farkas, Harriet
len Kroin, William
Plucinsky, Floyd Loh-
The curtain rose quickly, unfolding before a
throng, the combined efforts of a host of people.
Our most anticipated and difficult project was on.
Worries and mishaps had plagued everyone but
this seemed impossible to the audience. The char-
acters were true to life and its name and theme
were more truth than fiction.
"Life of the Party," was a fast-moving comedy
concerning a newly arrived family in Butterfield.
Mom's a lover of the American Revolution while
Pop struggles to keep peace at home. Teddy is
kept on the run by his never-ending line of girl-
friends, while Amy, a rowdy cheerleader, falls for
Snazzy Mitchell. Mildred had her eye on a college
man and jean would be happy to have anyone.
Her transformation in order to get her man and
the swift, drastic action that results in a public
brawl is what made "Life of the Party" a never-t0-
, jd' , d If lh I I playerr-The entire cast, standing Qleft to rightj.:
E1lihyi'lbeLiilf!en,jIfilligiieSflizer,djoseghpieiggeeefflelglfojfence Zyla, Alfred Fadil, Rose Ellen Kroin, Doris
Pearce, Camille Maciag, Mary Ziemba. Seated: William Plucinsky, Harriet Pescevich, Judith Fasso,
Ruth Monash, Adviser Miss Porcelli, Julius Farkas, Santa Bartello, john Russo and Arthur Pierce.
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mic Al--Adviser, Martha S. Luster.
Hard work brings results.
"Wl1en will the Class History be finished?" It
seems we've changed it a dozen times. Say fel-
lows, the sport articles aren't finished. Aren't
those pictures in yet? From those expressions you
can well-imagine what the members of the Purple
and Gold Staff went through. A long and inter-
esting task of preparing the high school yearbook,
bringing material in last minute, worrying about
ads, typing page after page of articles. It meant
long hours of hard work, but it was worth it. We
knew our friends better, by exchanging ideas and
friendly thoughts and who would ever forget the
skating party at Erskine Lakes? This book to us
will always contain cherished memories of Gar-
There are our bury little beaverr.
Seated: Rose Ellen Kroin, Feature Edi-
torg Ruth Monash, Editor - in - Chief.
Standing: Gertrude Diezel, Activities
Editorg Ray Handzo, Sports Editorg Ruth
Geyer, Co - Literary Editor. Missing:
Marguerite Chervenok, Co-Literary Edi-
tor, ' Financial Department-Miss Adler
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U"e fherked and reclyecked fill everything war perferl. The Editors, left to right: G. Diezel,
R. Handzo, R. Geyer, R, Monash, R. Kroin.
lklrs, .Martlrri Luster -s- ...,.,..gv.. , Advirer fiom: Betty Rose, Helen Raia, Helen Byra, Rose Ellen Kroin,
Miss Florence Adler --- ...,-.. Burinerr Adzfirer Ruth Geyer, Elizabeth Smith, Tillie LoBiondo, Alite Elias.
Miss Eleanor Kosheba .... --- Burinerr Ad1fi,rerN0. 9 Afli1'ilf6l' Sldff Gertrude Diezel, Tillie LoBiond0, Audrey
Ruth Monash ....s.s.,...,,s....s....s. Editor-111-Claief
Horace Di Tecco ...,,................ Burinerr Manager
Etllflllfftll Smf: Rose Ellen Kroin, Ruth Geyer, Gertrude
Diezel, Marguerite Chervenok, Fred Drunovin, Ray Handzo.
Lrfemrvy 516151 Alice Elias, Marguerite Chervenok, Audrey
Darling, Gertrude Diezel, Marie Martinelli, Margaret Babey,
Evelyn Lesko, Elizabeth Smith, Tillie LoBiondo, Ruth Geyer,
joan Szekely, Barbara Hartmann, Rose Ellen Kroin. Senior
Ser'!irn1,' Betty Rose, Helen Byra, Helen Raia, Evelyn Lesko,
Tillie l.oBionlo, Ruth Geyer, Rose Ellen Kroin. Qnola-
Tmnblw. lmnlnler, Iroufvler. Ike Lilemfy Sldf worked bard.
lieft to right: R, Kroin, A, Darling, G, Diezel, E. Smith,
E. Oshnik, M, Babey, R. Monash, E. Lesko, H. Byra, R.
Geyer, E. Marchini, T. LoBiondo, V, Palatini, F. Nelson,
R. Furman, R. Petrasek, E. Stricsek, J. Magee, R. Handzo,
j. Kurelic, j. Turcillo.
Darling. Ar! Sldff Eleanor Kopchak. Sportr SMH: Ray
Handzo, Fred Donoyin, joe Magee. Ty,t1i,rz,r.- Ruth Geyer,
Gertrude Diezel, joan Szekely, Betty Kocher. Burinen
Surf: Alice Elias, Barbara Hartmann, Tillie LnBiondo,
Irene Conte, John Arendas, joseph Bosco, Santa Bartello,
Helen Byra, Eileen Marchini, Margaret Larko, Fred Dono-
vin, Marie Martinelli, Fred Nelson, Elsie Oshnik, Vilma
Palatini. Carole Pluhar, Betty Rose, Helen Raia, Ioseph Tur-
cillo, Richard Furman.
Wfe mean bu,rine.i'r,' The Business Staff, left to right: H
Byra, E. Marchini, T. LoBiondi, E. Oshnik, M. Babey, V
Palatini, F. Nelson, R. Petrasek, j. Magee, E. Stricsek, J
Turcillo, R, Furman.
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!lil.l'0llC, Louise Gornlski, Evelyn L1-skrw, llrlcn llym, M:1rg:11'cl
Szckely, llorutlly VVz1silik, Fl111'1'11c1' Zyln, Rosc K1'11111, L'z11'ul
lllllllllf, Nlzirgzxrct Lzirko, Lu1'r11i11u llyu11gy11si, Lois Mitchell,
G1':1rc M1111:1c11, Elizulmctli Nicklus, Vilma l':1lz1tix1i, Ruth M1111z1sl1,
ko, Anim l'z1ze11kr1, Szmtu llsirtcllu, Zlllll l,illiz111 ,S1ic'1'.
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R1cl1:11'1l Pctrnsuk mul Miclmel Arendacs.
lil:-11111111 K01lK'llIlli :mal Alex Glctuw
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llmimll Phyllis V'111ccck M' "' - I' k Ll'll'fIlC 1'lllll'lf ' "y
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Freedom of lbe Preu if our motto. The Pres: Club.
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Lax! minute ruff: before the deadline, Our journalifm clan
did the work.
to right: D. Heindl, P. Vzmeeek, J. Williamson, L, Serence, M. Chervenok, F. I uf!-f ,rqylh
S. Blickstein, M. Gutches, R. Monash, Y, Rigolosi, D. Farinella. g010S1, 3 X P!-eside
Goxernment of the people, by the people, and
for the people! Those famous words insure us
we are a democracy. That is the way the Central
Organization, consisting of presidents from each
section room, operates. Its main function is to
plan assembly programs and solve any problems
concerning the welfare of the student body.
Miss Iaciofano ......-... .... A dffiwf
Georgia Fitting H, ..,.... Pfiifldffll
Audrey Seaman --.. ---
Theresa jablonsky .... .YY.. S errezary
Michael Wislowski ...,.
- - - Trearurer
Miss Teresinski .......e..... Adzfifer
Vincent Rigolosi -- ......, Preridenl
Lillian Serence -- ---
Phyllis Vanecek --- .g... Serrezary
Julius Farkas ..., --- Trearurer
First row: N. Cuccia, j. Augistowski, A. Hernsdorf, D. Fgrovitrh, J. Eisenberg, Lf Kawnrta
A. Seaman. Second row: A. DeLotta, Mommula, S. Rostkowski, R. Regan, M. VVisl0wski. fi.
Fitting, E, Chimala, T. jablonski, E. Maziekieu, J. Tctick. Third row: R. Seltzer, S. S rung,
A. Mlttle, L. Payer, C. Anzolut, A. Micklus, E. VVinkler, E. Siedlarzyk. Fourth row: Di-
Amico, V. DiMaria, A. Gerrera, A. Parilos, E. VanLenten, L. Diviak, J. Gall, P. Tacks, E, Koch,
E. Barcellona, K. Gyongonsi, J. Demko, K. Urgovitch, K, Burdzy.
M. Miller, M. Seozzari, J. Pilch, A. Catanzaro, M. Serento, A. Bename,
C. Alessi, J. Moscuri, B. Smith, M. Zicmlm, F. Zicmha, A. Dowiuk, F. Maka-
rowicz, F. Uowatskv, ,l. Turcillo, C. Uiinino, li. Bug, j. Spezio, J. Lohsen,
l. Surlnl, M. Stefancik.
Oh, no joe, no drinks now, please keep moving. These
are familiar phrases of the Service League. The members
are considered the watch eyes of the fountains and guar-
dians of the halls. This club is always at your service if
you may need them. At the end of the year each member
looks forward to their annual trip, which is usually a boat-
L. DcNov:x, Mammolai, A. Borromeo, M. johnson, E. Mazickien, R. il'5r:mcato,
M. Stepat, R. Watson, C. johnson, R. Mcnnzi, H. Santo. E. Lisovsky,
M. Vicari, A. Mithal, I.. Violante, E. Zeek, S. Watson, R. Gilbert.
Mrs. Neavling -- Arlifier'
Betty Smith W.-- Prwident
Phyllis Di Sclafuni
Speak up, Madam Preridenl.
Pay utlenlion, girlil
Mrs. Lascari .... Adviser-
Roslyn Seltzer -- Preridenl
Beatrice Santos -- Secretary
Mrs. Graham .... Adriier
I.ill1i1n Steir ,,,, Pr'ei1dw1l
joan Szekley W, Serrefrzry
Helen Onifer -e Tre,1.izn'e1'
If lloere'J anything you wan! 10 krzoug
Need a book report?
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Our lmrerz of knowledge-V. Hudak, G. Monoco, P. Verga, D. Van
der Sande, D. Demmerer, Mrs. Graham, adviser, H. Onifer, A. Dem
merer, A. Elias, XXI Xveber, A. Bruno, T, Wfalgnecz, A, Scoskie.
Seek knowledge, for it is strength. How well the Li-
brary Council knows these words. The members of the
club stamp and prepare books for the shelves. During
the regular club periods, they discuss the latest books and
read articles which may give them a wider knowledge on
Left to right: A. Alfonte, B. Alfonso, A. Hernsdorf, A. Chizacky
M. Yuhas, A. Molina, J. Trippodo, Mrs. Roman, adviser, H. Garippa:
J. Eisenberger, A. jones.
Mrs. Roman ..., Adziirer
Ann Affronte --, Sefrelary
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Mr. Coleman ---.. Adzfirer
David Gall .... Preiident
Your move, Ronald.
Now let me ree, where Jlmll I move?
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Miss Rocco ,,... Advimr
Vincent De Maria
F. Malkowski, R. Kmetz, ll. Gall, E. Luka, F. Nelson, R. Glinbizzi, Mr. Coleman
ll, lli Tesco, E. Miskowicz, li. Ulier, li. Suhlegel, G. llemkow, A. Fmlil, P. Kimak
R, Furman, L. De Ghett, A. Kroll, R. Szaiywxiy, A. Quzirtroue, VV. ,lllllt'llli', R, Donner
hack, J, Seno. M. Awmlrlcs. J. lvlngve, M. lliitvlivs. J. Jurcisin, 'lf Yulms, R. Nebiker
Your move, wait a minute, I wi1sn't watching. The fellows in
the Chess Club are enjoying a friendly game of chess while creating
a competitive spirit. They are not only learning the game, but de-
veloping a keener mind. To flimax the season, a chess tournament
is held in which every boy participating hopes to he the winner.
l'. Vlfeyerman, D. lirutcs, R. Vl'rigl1r, R. Hmliwr, NV, Lesko. Y. llui, M. Longo, ll.
Ruhino, L. Germain, A, Luccizmo, Yoormzm, R, llnillny. R, Gavlnk, S. Hnlailynzi, F.
Ference, P. De Lillis, V. lie Maria, I., Lurlm, 'l'. Liccnrili, A. ll-rlmone, J. Noonherg,
A. Pierce, R. Griener, A. liazainicki, l'. Tacku, L. Szmgis, Y. Ruflel, J, Favzita,
B. Attardi, W. Goralski, L. Mazzelh, P. Hanrloga. ,
Ifirst row: L. Rudlay, A, Pupilchek. H. Suclol, J. Garb, C. Dobinski, G. Balla, J. Pelkn.
hrecond row3AJ. Duhiel, R. Jnsket, J. Zuber, J. Chopo, J. Glogiewicz, S, Kalasa, J.
lX21l'Ch. B- Nwklus. Third row: L. Kwaitkowski, Czuba, J, Takach, M. Mock.
Have "You" ever thought of becoming a member of the'Camera
Club? Think about it. No special talent is needed but an interest
in photography. Through the use of the new enlarger and sup-
plies the members have an enjoyable time making their favorite
photos cherished possessions by enlarging and coloring.
J. Bauer, E. Chintzila, A. Mihla, J. Tdick, Stefanco, T. Vagell, A. Gerraci, M. Cavallo,
E. Yuhas, D. Velebir,-G. Koch, Fusco, S. Gambino, A. Trentacosta, M. Ribaudo,
E. Petrisin J. Skottes, L. Gnziek, R Balog, D. Cangalosi, A, DeLotto, P. Probolski,
R. Sachalara, W. Lakefield, B. Casko, C. Torkas, G. Feda, W. Sabonash, A. Parilos,
J. Zufonte, R. Plucinsky, P. Tyburski, M. Avella, E. Van Lenten.
Mr. Franzino .... Adviser
George Balla --- Pferident
Jennie Pelka --- Secrelary
Richard Jaskot - Treafurer
Hurry up! We wan! to Jee lbose pic
Tke camera if a delicate ifulrument.
Miss Kosheba --- Advifer
Eugene Van Lenten
Alberta De Lotto
Sal Gambino --- Trefuurer
l'he Women nf tomorrow.
Miss Smith .. ,,,, .. Adriier
Carol Dubinslci .. Pwiident
Audrey Dcnum-rcr ,. Serretary
janet Lohsen ,,,,, 'I'reafurer
Doris Vander Sande..Clm1plain
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Mr. Cielatt . . . . Adriief
julius Farkas M. .. P1'L'lfl1l'77l
Antliuny Dc l.oi'cnzo
Mike Arc-ndacs . Serremry
joscpl1'l'urtillo H, 'I'i'ei1s1u'er
joseph Magee . ,H Clr.11il.11n
Knights of the square table,
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high school girls. The triangular emblem of the Y stands for Body, Mind
and Spirit. The "Y" Club helps girls to understand each other better, be-
come friends, and learn to get along with each other. There are four meet-
ings each month: Educational, Social, Religious, and Business.
Seated, tirst row: M. Nelriker, S. Luz, Nl. Dulns, li. Vl'yk:i, ll. lXl:ircliini, j. l,u1. lf. liilko, J.
Koi-iaii, L. Klein, li. lloilgesrui, bl. Clicrup. Si-cond row: lf. llzirippa, ti. Monaco, l'. Yvrga,
ll. lmlisi-ii. Y. lluilak, if llohiuski, A, lh-iuuu-r, IJ. Yauilt-i'S:u1ilt-, U. Augulut. l. lirivrliuann,
R. llr-ck. Thircl row: li. Nicklus, Al. 'l'es:irik, U. Gervettu, ll. Scliwar17iiigi'i', M. liziglicrclatto,
G. Abruscalo, j. Marusin, J. Sachmann, ID. lleuimvr, L. Serence, J. Windt, M. Pecora, E. Lisov-
sky, j. Moscate.
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Seated: F. Lnhsen VV. Ludwig, J. Magee. ,l. Farkas j. Turcillu, A, Faslil. ,l. Si-no. Standing:
F. Nelson, lf. llonnvin, D. lfariuelli, T. Yuhas. T, Alhaucse, Y. Rignlnsi, Mr. Gr-latt. Mr. Vase.
llorace lJcTccco, R. Stafford, ll. Saynr, li. llnrxzitll, S. lllickslt-in.
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community high standards of Christian Character. The am-
bition of a Hi-Y member is to do the best he can in speech, manner, study
and to make life worthwhile for himself and his community. The club's
slogan is: "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship and Clean Living."
Uoes hyurogen support combustion? lfor the answer to that question
ask any member of the Etlisonian Science Club. The boys perform scientific
experiments uncler the watchful eye of Nicholas Casini. At the close of the
year the club publishes the Eclisonian Newspaper, which enables them to
purchase pins for members which graduate.
lf. Mui-lizi. l'. liimzik, XY. linicif, Il. Kirziziaiio. A. lfziilil, R. Rziilteillii-rg. Secoml row: I. Grecco,
A. l'ovlic:i, .X. l't:iky. lf, Xi-lsun, 'l'. Yuhqis, Nl, l'uns, lf. Ulivr, li, Luka. 'l'liii'il row: j. Koinsi-
lNl, Ai'c-iiilzics. R, Ytitlilllllli. ,I. liuliyliirz. li. l'1'istfIs. Bl. Kliitvlles, lf, Mislwwicz, Rigolosi,
lizirlwzito, J. Coculzi, Fourth riwv: lf, Malkuwski, I.. llc-Cllii-tio. ll. Furman, bl, Seno, ,l. Magee,
nl. Russo, ll. Ti-riezzi. A, Quartrune, j. jiircisin.
, Zzilizilnvxi, C. Gcreuz. R. Reagzxu. li. fiykowsky. ll, Yoormzui, J, Schlopo, A. Estook, M. Allotfa,
If you have good common sense and an interest in science, join the
cience Club. The wide-eyed members experiment with chemicals and dis-
uss various scientific theories. Some members give talks on the lives of
imous scientists and their accomplishments. Who knows, we may have a
:ientihc genius in this club.
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Mr. Casini ..,,...., Admer
Dominic Graziano - Pfeiidwzl
Peter Kimak Y- Vice-Preiiderzf
Mr. D'Aciemo -, -- Adrifer
Ruth Reagan ...,.. Preiideut
Sylvia Conte -s Vive-Pferident
Maria Allotta ....,. Serrelmj
Clear the room! Wfe'fe
Mrs. Pirrone f,f, Adrfieer
Selma Sprung ,W Prvudent
jean Luz ,,Y, .- .- . Serrelafy
"On with the play."
Mrs. Grady L,,L,,A, Admer
Michael Gutches . W Preizdent
janet Lohsen ..,., .- Sefrelafy
M. Martinelli, J. Lawrence, T. Martino, S. L.u , A. M t' , K. B ll , D. V' l , R1 1
Oreida, M. Alfano, B. Nabezniek, S. Sprung? Z ar In arcs Ona mm 3' L Han D'
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joseph Magee ..... Treaiurer
"All lbe u'f1rld'r 4 mage and
all the people merely plural."
First row: L. Gasko, H. Pescevich, D. Pearce, M. Gutches, F. Malkowski, F. Conscnti, E. Kopchak.
Second row: J. Cocula, J. Lohsen, I. Sudol, T. LuBiondo, O. Bakomcnkn, IC. Olicr, j. jurcisin,
A. Faclil. Third row: R. Furman, L. DeGhctto, E. Miskowicz, j. Magee, A. Quzxtrone, j. Russo,
S. Lucas, S. Kaminsky. Fourth row: F. Lohsen, VV. Plucinsky, J. Seno, F. Nelson, M. Aremlucs,
C. Rautenherg, J. Farkas.
Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo? As we pass through the
halls these heart-warming strains reach our ears. The Dramatic Club pre-
pares for action. This well-known club, under the direction of Mabel Grady,
helps to promote a better character and fulfill the dreams of all those who
wish somday to become actors.
Mrs. Charboneau --- Adfiiw
Joan Tidick ....,. Pffisjcfefll
D. Meyers, H. Harbulanis, J. Luz, S. Luz. L. Pear, V. Yuhas, M. Janowski, Mammola, A. Roth
R. Meyer, J. Romanchek, M. Wislowski, J. Fnsso.
Let me demomffate firrl.
M. Janowski, A. Roth, R.
Meyer, D. Meyers, M. W'is-
lowski, J. Romanchek, J. Luz,
Mrs. Charboneau --- Advifer
B. Eberhardt, J. Wegryniak, S. Ksminsky, J. Jurcisin, D. Latza, M. Martinelli, G. Ribardo, M
Bolear, M. Handoga, L. Gyngoysi, A. Schuster, M. Serritella, J. Violante, J. Francicn, T. Casielln,
. IJ'Amico, J. Lohsen, D. Pearce, B. Rose, M. Langeri, F. Rosol, H. Byra,EJ. Wasik, M. Ziemba,
. Duwiak, F, Ziemlm, E. Marchini, L. Veliky, B. Simko, G. Figlyar, . Lesko, A. DePeri
J. Farkas, B. Sayor, E. Stricsek, R. Schmegelski, E. Olier, G. Casper, M. Stefancik, J. Mihalko,
V. Dzuibzi, D. Slot, E. Miskowicz, C. Rautenberg, M. Gucciardi, D. Yow, A. Triola, F. Veliky,
J. Graziano, W. Plucinsky, l. Suclol, T. LoBiondo. F. Lohsen, M. Gutches, J. Seno, J. Russo,
J. Reeke, M. Tantillo, E. Gletow, F. Malkowski.
Of all the arts, music is the one which appeals most to the emotions. Lek wai'f0'lhe i"'md""i0n'
The members of the Glee Club find this to be true. The chief objective of
the Club is to broaden a cultural sense of music to the students as well as
to develop their voices by singing.
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Dorf! lie the bandage torn
M. Schweighardt. j. Mum,
M. Fial, M. Gagliardotto, G.
Abroscotto, C. Balcarivisk, D.
Sarti, E. Wfinkler, G. Rams-
dorf, D. Chabora, I. Rudly.
MI'S. Ktlfllly ..,A,,- Adfjigy
Fvel n Winkler H- Prerident
Ahrnsi-otto, U. Ilalcdrivi-sk, Iii':il,'D. Sarti. I I ' A ' y
Irene Rudy --- Ser.-Tre.1.i'ure1
Are you skilled with your hands? Do you like to make things? If so, join the
handicraft club and explore the unknown. Learn. under Mrs. Karoly's supervision,
how to take crude articles and materials and transform them into magic garments.
Composed of eighteen boys interested in radio and television, the members of
the Radio Club planned a progressive year. With such an able advisor as Mr. Gelatt, R
the boys experimented with parts of the radio, gave talks on the future of television
and listened to records concerning the Morse Code.
W. Plurinsky, ll. l'grovics, M. Schwc-iglmrrlt, A. Megaro, j. Palmera, F. Allen, F. Nalconechny
J. 'l'uri-illu, j. Kozel, S. Ni-injutlly, J. NYcgryniak, Kziminsky, F. Moloisky, C. Orlofski, J. Mul
ligan, F. Ilartnmnn, R. Mal-cl, IC. Ulier, j. Tronucn, R. Ruff, S. Pennisi, Russe, C. Kopec, A. Pre-
lirh, J, Koloclzicj, J. Violante.
Mr. Gelatt ......,,. Adzfifef
Richard Telson .... Prearidenl
Fred Allen ,,,,.,,, Serretary
Wfalrb rlofely, boyf, and linen.
Left welcome me Navy to
Mrs. Blackford ..... Advixer
Leonard Divak .... Preridenl
Ronald Golick ..,,. Secretary
J. O'Neil, R. Gerristeo, D. Pelrasek, R. Prelick, G. Whren, M. Hzmdzo, R. Cangelosi, G. Brazina,
l'. Brunda, R. Karinda, VV. Yuhas, Astaloz, M. Steiger, P. Petnctz, L. Macziluso, L. Deviak,
G. Inserru, S. Tarnowski, E. Majka.
Mr. Hubiak ........ Advifer
Richard Stafford ---Pretridenl
Geor e Hubert-Vice Prerident
Buzz . . . Bang . . . As you pass the shop doors you clap your hands over your
ears to keep out the noise of all the mechanics within. These are,our potential engi-
neersg the future builders of our country under the capable leadership of Mrs. Black-
ford who affords them all the opportunities available.
Hear the whirr of propellors? The members of the Aviation Club can. Boys
with an inspiration to fly or work on airplanes in their later life can be found in
this club. They discuss the fundamentals of flying and learn interesting facts by
reading and discussing articles on modern aviation.
F. Lohsen, J. Kurelic, R. Stafford, C. Miskosky, F. Hartmann, J. Gergowicz, Plucinsky, E.
Olier, J. Seno, M. Schimmenri, B. Sayor, S. Kaminsky, Arthur, j. Wegrynialg, A. Quatrone,
A Spitzner, T. Albanese, J. Turcillo, R. Bombel, J. Francica, G. Gasper, J. jurcism.
Read an, Mr. Preriderzl, I0
our future pilolr.
Mrs. Boesel ...f.,.. Admw-
Laura Kiwarta L... Prefidenf
Joan Banko L - Vine-Prerident
Carol Scoskie ,..... Secretary
Ralph Fngylar ,..TL,Trea.rurer
Would you like to take a trip to Mexico? Well then, let's join the Travel Club
in one of their imaginary journeys. The members of this club widen their knowl-
edge by studying the customs of people in different parts of the country with the
hope they will travel there someday.
M. Spataro, R. Czilderone, M. Mazzeo, M. Protz, G. Tinsera, IJ, Sciierlly, A. Seoskie, L. Rhine
hart, U. Farenhbziek, A. Nnehonzwhzy, M. Grigelak, J. Scoskie, M. Schferly, V. Trekwictz, L
Kwarter, R. Colasso, S. Scrafani, I. Friedermann, M. Nebider, J. Cherup, N, Csaki, J. Danko
if Lu Moths, C. Yanni, J. Griskowitz, E. Lehner, A. VVin1lt, R, Figylar, N. Pollock, J. Fasso,
A. Nic-njadly, J. Negerle, V, Halupa, M. Bradrogi, M. Quiecka, S. Rostkowski, D. Scozzari, C.
Natoli, R. Toth, P. Krezminski, R. Tichasek, Romano, B, Liba, D. Bednarcik, C. Kozel, J.
Pxiliskewitz, IJ. Albanese, R. Meyers, F. Ferenee, H, Molmandiec, N Market J. Romanehak,
F. Bianco, D. Gavlak, A. Rovalj, R. Glenski, R. Oris, G. Den Blaker, J. Wallace, J. Shipp,
Mr. Stirba ,...,.,.L Advuer
Stasra Rostkowski s-Pre1idenl
Ronald Meyer- L Vife-Prerident
Mary Curecka , - .. , -Svrrelafy
Diana Scozzari W. -Treasurer
"Far away planar."
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Miss Gross v,,,.... Adzfzref
J. Petrullo ..,. Vire-Prerident
Evelyn Soccia ,,,... Sefrelary
F. Salerno ,..L r-,'I'rea.rurer
L. llillonti, ll. l'grovies, D. Wyka, VV. fole, M. Tamlxe, E. Felko. R. Trentacoste, E. Soecio, Miss Gross,
6 Que hora es? It's time to travel to the mystic lands of our foreign friends.
This is a friendly club with everyone trying to learn and understand the language of
their native country. If you want to have fun while learning, why not join the
Language Club in their travels?
A born artist is rare indeed. The members of the Art Club, though they are
at born artists, try to develop a keener sense of art by learning the fundamentals of
rawing and the use of colors and paints. They also study the colorful lives of
iany famous artists by the use of motion-picture slides.
ivxited: R. Cocumly. J. Ilizini, M. Saks, A, Marino, C. Varatly, F. Licastri, R. Buono. Second row:
Nilk. T. Jahlonsky, A. Dobrowski, J. Gasorik, J. Tesarik, T. Pizzi, J. Ribaudo, J. Mickluss, M. Baldanza.
l'hird row: M. Jacobs, J. Devoise, E. Cook, R. Gasper, E. Reigh, J. Timko, J. Paparozzi. Fourth row:
4, Patacky, Ozzie, Golick, R. Maculaso, L. Nunno, K. Burdzy, G. Wolbert.
Mrs. Kenselaar ,,,.,. Adzfiier
FW Kenneth Burdzy ,--Pre,r1denl
J, Edward Cook--Vire-Prerident
ju: .sf Tess Jablonsky .... Secretary
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John Hollis ....,.., Adzfirer
Victor Buck ....... Prefidenl
Seated: T. LaRocco, J. Cebra, R. Tufaro, W. Liddle, A. Serne, E. DeMarchi. Second row: H. Kovalcik,
S. Molinari, J. Albano, R. Tantillo, S. Pianettine, P. Regal, J. Griffo, S. Cuccio, A. Ali, A. Gerrera. Third
row: D. Gallo, A. Obsuth, G. Amato, N. Nebizzi, A. Tantillo, V. Sala, R. Horvath, R. Larger, J. Grenbo-
wuz, R. Obsuth, R, Longer. Fourth row: A. Staifa, J. Monash, M. Barbier, J. Majersak, R. Roshler, W.
Takack, E. Barcellonu, H. Trawinski, T. Arts, L. Surgent, G. Fitting, D. Martin
Rough, tough, and good sports at all times, are words which the members of
the Commando Club are proud of. Under the capable leadership of John Hollis,
the fellows are-taught to respect the rights of others, and make clean-cut, law-abiding
citizens by following the rules of Good Sportsmanship.
ir the gun I rbol the deer
Mr, Walders ,,,,.,. Adrfifer
Fred Donouin v.... Preridenl
john Veleber --Vire4Preridenl
Andrew Prehlich ,--5erre1ary
George Roman ,,.. 'I'rearurer
G, Hubert, C. Kopec, 1. Gergowicz, G. Balla, R. Bednarcik, A. Bauer, E. Augustowski.
Want to hear some good fish stories, or howvlireddy killed the deer? Why not
step in a minute to the Rod and Gun Club. Youll find these fellows to be the out-
doorelife type. The members hope to go on field trips in the spring-and have
pledged to conserve and protect other states natural resources.
S. Riggi, M. Alia, E. Kock, A. Boli, L Arthur, M. Bashaw, E. Stefanco, E. Szabo, J. Pettineo,
R. Rusainko, D. Wright, J. Gergowicz, M. Colasso, M. Devinko, K. Gyongyosi.
joe, adjust the lights-no, no, a little farther back-all right, now face the
camera! That's the familiar expressions heard in the Projectionist Club. The mem-
bers learn the parts of motion picture cameras, and how to run them. They are of
valuable service in the visual aid program of the school.
Mrs. Merritt ....... Adviref
Kenneth Gyongyosi -Prerident
Ernest Szabo --Vire-Prefidqni
Richard Russinko --.Yerrelary
Peter Ozga ,...... Trearurer
Lighlr off, u'e'll thou' the flir-
Speak up girly, loud and :leaf
Mr. Tengi ......... Aduiier
john Gall ........ Prerident
Larry Nunno --Vice-Pruident
Anne Mordenti .... Secretary
Left to right: Licastric, A. Mordenti, A. Jebino, J. Gall, J. Marusi, B. Stier, Mr. Tengi, E. Szabo.
An agile mind belongs to a well-rounded person. You'll find that is true by
visiting the Discussion Club on meeting days. Under the guidance of Peter Tengi,
the students voice their opinions and ideas on newspaper and magazine articles. They
also view domestic and world affairs by reading and debating articles.
To keep up with the le dernier cri, a wise miss would join the Home Economics
Club. The girls come in close contact of costume designing, and the work involved
in actual dressmaking. So if it's the title of "best-dressed" that is your heart's desire,
this is a fine place to start.
, , I N. Cuccia, B. Yancek, M. Alfanso, S. Rohl , M. C' ' , B. S h 'dt, E. V' ', P. T '
MISS IaC10farlO ...... Adrflier Schmidt, H. Zelesnak, V. Ciolina, A. Granatimfrfl Scariurgsnlg. Dowigkinll. DiPiazfziln am,
Nancy Cuccia ..... Prendenl
Jean Schwmge- Vice-Prefidenz
Lorraine Hastick --Trea:ufer
Too many rookr Jpoil :ke
K G What sweater shall we knit first? W That one looks too complicated. Maybe
we'd better start with a scarf. The Knitting Club members, within a year, have
advanced from the simplest stitch to complicated sweater design. The girls have
made their sweaters, mittens and socks as a hobby in their leisure time.
Left to right: I.. Ladynai, ll. Schwartzinger, M. Belniak, M, Layosi, E. Ifcovitz, L. Ennst,
l. Rr-ishxncn, P. Kosher, M. Alfzinso, G. llul, j. Augustuuska, L. Payer, A. Pnlmerm, D. jaon,
J. Sr-rahn, I. Bobela, P. Toth, IJ. Seratin, E. Steeger, B. Luz, L. Rzasa, M. Duschak, B. Schmulla,
D. Kopec, B. Hodgeson.
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Left to right: M. Gentile, E. Secko, M. De Teco, D. Orechovsky, S. Scaglione, P. Radwan,
R. Cangelosi, I. Hansen, M. Nicastro, B. Foss, M. Santoloci, J. Di Salvo, M. Gallo, M. De Nova,
j. Surlol, H. Raia, IC. Vergn, T. Violnnte, IJ. Dorso, A. Vagasky, H. Szucs, A. Caratenuto, M.
Morowa, M. Babey, G. Intervitz, J. Warnaar, K. Spalluto, P. Sassano, A. Veltri.
Miss Novack ,,.Y... Adznw-
Eleanor Siedlarczyk -Preriderzf
Lorraine Kroll -Vice-Preirderll
Beverly Luz uv-Se'r.-T1'c.1.r11rw
julia Novack ,..... Adrirer
joan Augusiouska --Pf'6'l'fd6'?ll
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are we progferring.
Planning the Budget wirely,
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Miss German ,...s. Advirer
Helen Raia ...,.... Serfelary
Jennie Sudol ,...., Treamrer
jane, where did you learn to dress so nicely? - Could it be in the Modern Miss
Club? - The girls try to improve their appearance by learning how to wear their
clothes and apply make-up correctly. Each year the girls invite a beauty expert to
lecture on care of skin and hair.
Anyone interested in stenography as a career? The members of the Steno Club
practice their shorthand by dictation from 80 to 140 words a minute. By means of
informal talks and discussions, the girls have learned that neatness, accuracy and
punctuality are the keynotes for a successful business career.
Miss Bonelli ,.c.ve. AdZ'f.l'E1'
Dorothy Ridush .... Preridenl
Carol Pluhar --Vire-Preridenl
Gertrude Diezel A,,Serrezary
Marion jonasky ,--Trearrzrar
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Nurring ir a valuable pmfer'
Miss Adler ...,.s.. Adrfirer
Doris Drotos ...,.. P1'e.s'ide1zl
Barbara Bauer ,.... Serretary
Seated: S. Yeates, M. Klimkowsky, G. Yeates, E. Brunda, M. Janosky, C. Pluhar, D. Ridush
G. Diezel, D. Wasilik, V. Caeciatore, E, Pados, M. Szekely, I. Seifert, D. Potuczak. Standing:
l. Conte, B. Kocher, R. Geyer, A. Scucci. G. Uobrowolski, IJ. Ackerman, O. Procovic, R. Kroin,
E. Krehel, Miss Bonelli, Adviser, P. Larko, D. Szmaciasz, G. Dobrowolsl-ci, A. Darling, j. Wolosz,
I. Andocsy, M. Caceiatore, J, Ingala, C. Maciag.
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Seated: N. Dorshak, R. Spots, R. Cangialosi, P. Gillen, D. Drotos, B. Bauer. Standing: J. llemeny,
J. Windt, F. Ziemba, A. Dowiak, 0. Bakomenko, T. Lo Biondo.
Need any first aid? We have all the remedies. The members of the junior
Probies are girls who intend to further their education in the nursing field. At each
meeting different fields of nursinfr are discussed. The girls have visited local hospi-
tals and read books on the subjecf, of their choice.
Hear the music! It's the Garfield High School
Band parading into the football field. Look at
them! The new purple and gold uniforms, divi-
sions of the band, and the new steps made us feel
proud that our band had developed so for the 1948
season. When they played the Star Spangled Ban-
ner, and the crowds were quiet, tears filled our
eyes as we watched our classmates bring to our
school a new dignity, and we thought of the happy
Fir!! Majorette-Doris PearcegSec0nd Majorclfe-wjule XVilliamson
Captain of Flag Twirlerf-Eleanor Verga.
years in Garfield High School. The band did
many things this year, such as entering in the Pas-
saic Festival, Bergen County Festival, and appear-
ing formally in the Christmas Concerts. Yes!
1948 has brought us a wonderful year.
Time out during me half'
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Sparkling silver batons twirling in the sun! Here
Come our twirlers. Aren't they neat in those pur-
ple and gold uniforms. That's what the crowds
were saying at the football games. The twirlers
have improved this 1948 season with new uniforms
and new steps. They made a fine addition to our
band, marching in step to the strains of our foot-
Honor Guards: L. Goralski, R. Concundy, C. Maciag, A. Sea
more, E. Mazieken. Twirlers: A. Di Peri, D. Donatelli, J. Trip-
poda. M. Gentile, T. Villante, L. Serence, P. German, H. Garippa
M. Porcoro, P. Verga.
ball songs, and exhibiting their twirling tricks.
The group itself has grown larger and we can all
proudly hold our heads high and say: "There go
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Mary Bolcar, Marilyn Stefancik, Irene Sudol, janet Lohsen, Alien Mittal, Harriet
Pescevich, captain, Mildred Tantillo, Barbara Chicko, Virginia I-ludak, Marie
Vicari, Marie Tamby, Mary Ziemba and Marge Serritella.
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are the vigorous cries of our cheerleaders as they cheered 'ff' l X
the boys to victory and the title of "State Champs." Every 2 'V X '
game found the girls right behind the fellows leading the x, 1
crowds in cheers, and when the going seemed really tough Q: V 5
they cheered louder and better. To them and their able 'Q fig, -
adviser, Miss Rose Porcelli, we owe in part, the team's 5 f ' ' Z'
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and looked for figure at our basketball games in their white Q! Q 4.1 -1
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ield. We hear a shrill whistle, the hollow thud as the
mall is kicked, and we're off down the field.
Our season started with an Alumni-Varsity game
which we lost 19-6. But it was a good loss for it acted
aoth as an incentive and a lesson. We didn't lose any
games after that.
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This season was full of thrillers - The Bloomfield
game was a close one-a O-O tie, and that only because
of our fine defensive play. Never will we forget the
last minutes of the Trenton game with the Boilermakers
losing by one touchdown and just two minutes to play.
On a naked reverse play we scored a touchdown to win
that game 13-12.
Our final game with Clifton on Thanksgiving Day
drew a record crowd. The sun shone, and although the
air was crisp, the stands were filled with warmth and
good fellowship. This game meant many things to us.
. . . We were defeated for two successive years, and the
State Championship. Yes, we won the game by a margin
William Plucinrky mrrier the ball for
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fb Jeemf 4 liltle worried. You can bet your boon we did. beat Clifton, making zu "Stale Champxu.
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A. DeLorenzo, F. Malkowski. Standing: L. Surgent, E. Chmiel, R. jaskot,
Coach Hollis, R. Elasik, j. Cocula.
Unfortunately our basketball team did not meet with the same success
as did our football team. Although both Coach Hollis and the players gave
their all, we didn't seem to hit that lucky combination. The season began
most auspiciously with two victories in three games. However, from then
on, scores were close, but victories were few and far between. There's
always next year and that may prove to be a banner year after all.
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R. Chicko, H. Ptak, Coach DeVito. Second row: R. Schmegelski, E. Straub, E. Chmiel, R. Lazor, Wislot-
ski, R. Handzo, S. Nienjadley, T. Yuhas, J. Wegryniak. Third row: R. Plucinsky, S. Kadis, J. Bovitz,
R. Horvath, L. Surgent, E. Barcellona, J. Berkowitz, C. Barcellona.
With the return of seven lettermen, the Boiler-
maker nine is looking forward to a good season.
The inner defense will be particularly strong since
it is composed of four lettermen. Ray Becker will
be at first base, with Tommy Yuhas playing at the
keystone sack. Art Pierce will shift from the out-
field to third base, while Ed Chmiel will be play-
ing his usual good game at shortstop. In the out-
field the returning lettermen are Bill Plucinsky and
Ray Handzo. On the mound, diminutive Ray
Schmegelski is the only returning vet, and on his
shoulders will be the brunt of the Boilermaker
Besides the lettermen, there are many young,
hopeful candidates who will see plenty of action
in the future. If Coach De Vito can develop one
or two more pitchers to aid Schmegelski, the Boil-
ermakers will prove to be mighty tough foes to all
their opponents, and who knows, we may win the
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Albanese
Mr. and Mrs. M. Arendacs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bartello
Mr. and Mrs
. S. Belii
Mr. and Mrs. H. Blickstein
Mr. and Mrs
. J. Bolcar
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bosco
Mr. and Mrs. M. Brunda
Mr. and Mrs
and Mrs. S. Cacciatore
. A. Caratenuto
Mr. and Mrs. B. Casimiro
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
and Mrs. J. Conte
. A. Crusco
Mr. and Mrs. A. Denboske
Mr. and Mrs.
. and Mrs. E. Diezel
Mr. and Mrs. C..Discenza
Mr. and Mrs. L. Dobrowolski
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dominik
Mr. and Mrs. F. Donovin
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dowiak
Mr. and Mrs. A. Elias
Mr. and Mrs. S. Fadil
Mr. and M.rs. J. Farkas
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fasso
Mr. and Mrs. S. Figlyar
Mr. and Mrs. P. Francica
Mr. and Mrs. J. Furman
Mr. and Mrs. F. Garippa
Mr. and Mrs. M. Gasper
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gemski
Mr. and Mrs
. J. Gergowicz
Mr. and Mrs. P. Geyer
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Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr .and Mrs
. J. Glinbizzi
. H. Goralski
. J. Graceffo
. F. Grasso
. G. Gusciora
. M. Gutches
. J. Gyongyosi
. J. Handoga
. A. Handzo
. A. Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartmann
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hubert
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ingala
Mr. and Mrs. B. Janosky
Mr. and Mrs
. S. Kaminsky
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kane
Mr. and Mrs. M. Klimkosky
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kobylarz
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kolodzej
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. A. Kroll
. L. Kubitz
. W. Kurilec
. S. Langieri
. M. Larko
Mr. and Mrs. M. Latza
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lesko
Mr. and Mrs. F. LoBiondo
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lohsen
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lo Re
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
. M. Ludwig
. A. Lukacs
. J. Magee
. F. Marchini
. J. Marchioni
Mr. and Mrs. J. Marmo
Mr. and Mrs. A. Martinelli
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mascaro
Mr. and Mrs. M. Millo
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mock
Mr. and Mrs. J. Monash
Mr. and Mrs. F. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. A. Nebiker
Mr. and Mrs. A. Olier
Mr. and Mrs. P. Orechovsky
Mr. and Mrs. H. Orlofski
Mr. and .Mrs. F. Pados
Mr. and Mrs. G. Palatini
Mr. and Mrs. J. Palatini
Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmeri
Mr. and Mrs. A. Papio
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pataky
Mr. and Mrs. C. Pescevich
Mr. and Mrs. F. Petrasek
Mr. and Mrs. W. Plucinsky
Mr. and Mrs. A. Prelich
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pristas
Mr. and Mrs. H. Procovic
Mr. and Mrs. L. Radwan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Raia
Mr. and Mrs. P. Recke
Mr. and Mrs
. G. Roman
Mrs. and Mrs. G. Rose
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sandro
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sassano
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schaeffer
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schuster
Mr. and Mrs. G. Scoskie
Mr. and Mrs. W. Seifert
Mr. and Mrs. S. Serritella
Mr. and Mrs. M. Simko
Mr. and Mrs. J. Spalluto
Mr. and Mrs. C. Spitzner
Mr. and Mrs. S. Stafford
Mr. and Mrs. E. Steepy
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stier
Mr. and Mrs. P. Stricsek
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sudol
Mr. and Mrs. W. Suklich
Mr. and Mrs. J. Szekely
Mr. and Mrs
. J. Szmaciasz
Mr. and Mrs. A. Szot
Mr. and Mrs. A. Takach
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tencza
Mr. and Mrs. W. Thieme
Mr. and Mrs. W. Toth
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ugrovics
Mr. and Mrs. M. Veliky
Mr. and Mrs. L. Veltri
Mr. and Mrs. C. Warnaar
Mr. and Mrs. P. Wasik
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wasilik
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wegrzyniak
Mr. and Mrs .A. Wolosz
Mr. and Mrs. J. Yuhas
Mr. and Mrs. G. Zetkulic
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ziemba
Mr. and Mrs. N. Zrybko
Mr. Anthony Ackerman
Pete Br Sophie Arendacs
Mrs. Mary Balla
Mrs. Helen Bombel
Mrs. Jozefa Byra
Camille and George
Mrs. Maria Casiello
Doris and Louie
Mr. Michael Dziuba
Mrs. John Estok
T. H. Fial
Mr. Edward Frank
Mrs. Alex Gletow
Mrs. M. Iannarone
Mrs. Mary Jurcisin
Kenny and Dolores
Mr. Jack Kessler
Mrs. Anna Kimak
Miss Helen Kimak
Miss Mary Kimak
Mrs. P. Kopchak
Mrs. Anna Kozel
Helen 8: Sophie Leciston
May 8: Ba
Mrs. K. Nienajaclly
Mrs. Susan Nunno
Mrs. Margery Pearce
Mrs. R. Pennisi
Mrs. Cora Pluhar
Mr. Samuel Potoczak
Mr. G. Rautenberg
Mrs. Evelyn Rosol
Mr. Frank Russo
Miss Irene Schweininger
Audrey, Alice, Carol, June Scoskie
Mrs. Steven Szekely
Walt and Joyce
Wapiti Co-eds 1948-1949
Mrs. Samuel Yeates
Mrs. Stella Zyla
Feit Motors Co., Plymouth - DeSoto
General Auto Supply Co.
King Pontiac Co., Inc.
Stasia's Beauty Salon
Cleaner: 6 Dyer:
F. Hetel's-Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing
Palisade Cleaners 8: Fur Storage
Ann's Sweet Shoppe
Choch's Ice Cream Parlor
Genevieve's Sweet Shop
House of Faust
Mae 8: Ollie's Sweet Shoppe
Dr. Michael Bosco-Teaneck
Dr. Francis Budz-Passaic
Dr. Wm. Fish-Class of 1951
Dr. Louis Pink
Dre:: S bop:
Rosalie Dress Company
Albert's Drug Co.-Passaic
Elertrir S upplie:
N. B. M. Radio 8: Appliances
Frank Spataro-Electrical Contractor
Commercial Finance Co.
Five ana' Ten Store:
Garfield 5 8: 10 to 31.00 Store
Food Market: 6 Dealer:
Charles Di Bello, Groceries
Kovac's Meat Market
Kovalcik's Market-Meats 8: Groceries
Harry Kroin Pickle Products
Molinas Fruit 8: Vegetable Market
North Jersey Ravioli Co.
G 8: F Rienzi-Meats 8: Groceries
Steve 8: jerry's-Italian American Grocery
Tom's Meat Market
Andy's Glass Shop
Cimino Importing Co.
Arthur J. Messineo
John D. Vasilyk
Harrison Linoleum Shop
Lunebeonette: - Diner:
joseph Kuhta Esso Station
Lakef1eld's Esso Service
Sport S bop:
Carriero Sport Shop
DODGE PASSENGER CARS PHONE: PASSAIC 3-5200
1313513 .SSS I 3 Llndy Motors
milk BENJAMIN LIND
514 RIVER DRIVE GARFIELD, N. J.
PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS
The Garfield Guardian
PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
121 MIDLAND AVENUE GARFIELD, N.
PHONE: PASSAIC 3-0120
Garfield Womarfs Club
Forstmann Woolen Co.
PASSAIC -- CLIFTON -- GARFIELD
Your Yearbook Photographer
196 HARRISON AVENUE
GARFIELD, N. J.
63 BELMONT and 44 PLAUDERVILLE AVE.
GARFIELD, NEW JERSEY
Passaic 2-0268 M. Trechak, jr.
AMERICAN RAVIOLI CO.
Makers of the Best Ravioli
Made Fresh Daily -- Delivered Anywhere
34 Belmont Ave. Garfield, N. J.
20 Outwater Lane Garfield, N.
Gregory 3-1114 Trade in Allowances
Vacuum Cleaners - Air Conditioners
BARRALE HOME SUPPLY
Philco Television -- Radios - Refrigerators
Thor -- G.E. -- Admiral Products
Suitable Time Payments 133-135 Jewell St.
Pa. 3-6776 Free Delivery
PIETRANSKFS FOOD MARKET
Meats -- Vegetables
Groceries -- Dairy Products
269 Lanza Ave. Garfield, N.
Phone: Gregory 3-0020 joe Lupichuk, Prop.
BELMONT SERVICE STATION
Auto Repairing - Lubrication - Washing
Tires - Tubes - Batteries
468 River Drive Cor. Belmont Ave.
Garfield, N. J.
Phone: Passaic 3-0575
Plumbing and Heating
Garfield, N. J.
Everything for the Builder
HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
- L u m b e r --
Tel. Fairlawn 6-2900
10 Stefanie Ave. QOH Route 6 84 Boulevard,
East Paterson, N.
43 Hudson St. Garfield, N. J.
Telephone: Passaic 2-1587
VOGUE DRY CLEANERS
Same Day Service
All Work Done on Premises
222 Outwater Lane Garfield, N.
Expert Alterations - We Call For and Deliver
Pa. 2-6153 Chas. Laverack, Prop.
RIVERLANE AUTO SALES
Cars 8: Trucks Bought Sc Sold
Used Cars 8: Trucks
555 River Drive Garfield, N. J.
KRAMER FUEL 8: SUPPLY CO
Phone: Passaic 2-1084
45 Hepworth Place Garfield,
Jewelry, Appliances, Gifts
101 Jewell St. Garfield,
Phone: PASSAIC 2-8667
M. J. Lyons
DIAMONDS --- WATCHES
53 BROADWAY PASSAIC,
Four Years of High School
Four Years of Banking
From freshman to senior represents four years of progress
through high school for this year's graduating class.
Back in 1945 when today's seniors were freshmen, the First
National Bank in Garfield had resources of 37,730,771. The
next year, 38,177,474 Last year, 358,418,964 And now
Continue your progress through Life by choosing a pro-
gressive bank for your bank.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN GARFIELD
CORNER PAssA1c STREET AND MIDLAND AVENUE
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
SAL'S AUTO GLASS
Where All Friends Meet
Candy , Cigars , Cigarettes Channels and Regulators
Home Made Pies Home Made Cooking 635 River Road Garfield, N.
Sporting Equipment Cameras Passaic 2-6311
Sweaters Jackets MERIT GARMENT CO.
GARFIELD SPORT 8: CAMERA SHOP M3UUf3CtUfCf5 of
Ladies' Coats, Suits 8: Sportswear
32 Outwater Lane Garfield, N. 380 River Drive Garfield, N.
Good Luck to the 194-9 Graduating Class
GARFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
ROUTE 6 EAST PATERSON, N. J.
GARFIELD TRUST COMPANY
"The Friendly Bank"
WE EXTEND OUR GOOD WISHES TO YOU, THE GRADUATING
CLASS OF 1949.
MAY YOUR AMBITIONS BE FULFILLED TO HIGHEST EXPECTA-
TIONS AND GOOD HEALTH AND HAPPINESS FOLLOW YOU
WE WILL ALWAYS BE READY TO SERVE YOU, FEEL FREE TO
CALL UPON US.
Largest Financial Institution in Garfield
12 OUTWATER LANE GARFIELD, N
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
We have a right to expect our boys and girls to turn out to be
good American men and women. As the twig is bent, so grows
the treeg hence it is our duty, by word and deed, to teach the
youngsters not to be cowardly and weak. We must teach them to
work hard and play hard. We must teach them to be clean-
minded and clean-lived, prepared to hold their own under all cir-
cumstances and against all comers. We must imbue their hearts
with the spirit that will govern their lives according to the Laws
of Providence. It is only on these conditions that they will
grow into the kind of men and women of whom America can
really be proud, for in life, as on the football field, the principle
to follow is: Hit the line hardg don't foul and don't shirk, but
hit the line hard.
THE FIFTH QUARTER CLUB
PROGRESS ASSOCIATES INC
264 Bloomfield Ave Caldwell N J
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