George E Westinghouse High School - Sketch Book Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)

 - Class of 1940

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From December 1915 until Decem- ber 1919 it was issued monthly, combining in its pages what is now the Bulletin and the present Sketch Book. In january 1920, the Hrst com- mencement class book was published. Since that time, the January and the June classes of each succeeding year have edited Sketch Books of their own. As George Westinghouse High School has progressed, the Sketch Book has also kept pace. And so, this year, as an innovation, the classes have joined in the publication and offer not two books but one --- a bigger and a better book, it is hoped. The combined staffs of the january and June 1940 classes present this year book with a sincere desire for the approval of its readers and extend their best wishes for future success ...... ..... .,.....,..,..,..,..,.................,.....gMGMI...........,.....,.....,.....,... Mr. Clark B. Kistler Pzfilzffijvrll Mr. Harry l.. Pedicord Vim' Prinfijnzl f Dorothy Aikin Jane P. Alexander J. Clyde Amon Agnes M. Anderson Martha S. Anderson Harry A. Bailey W. F. Baird JHerbert R. Barnett Gertrude Barthol ,fBeatrice Beares ,Kathryn E. Beazell Norman P. Bish ,fOlive Braham Viola Broskey Jennie F. Burgo Ctis H. Burton J Esther Cook Walter E. Crim Mary Cunningham F. J. d'Ambrosi f Claude Diehl ,lJohn M. Dinsmore James S. Dodds Etta S. Dugan fHelen C. Edgar FACULTY fleanor Freeland dna H. Geer Cora E. Gerwig LeMyra J. Gillis Mary E. Glasser Alvan Graham Elizabeth I. Griffiths Austin K. Grupe Emma Handloser Joseph Harsky J. George Hartlieb Mary E. Hayes Edith B. Heckert Mervin Himmler Mildred Hinderer Mabel Hogan Mary Holroyd Gertrude R. Hunter Ruby M. Jack Cornelius B. Jansen Mary Jeffrey JM. Marie Johnson Harry A. Jones JEda Kann JGenevieve M. Kelly Helen McAbee Helen E. McCracken Alice G. McCrory Carl McVicker Bethella Messick Ethel L. Morrow fDella R. Niemann James O'Dell Ruth K. Parrack J. F. Pounds Alfred C. Ritchey Olive M. Schillinger Emma C. Schremp Florence Schulz Daisy Sharp fDonald D. Shearer John E. Shott ,fCharles R. Shultz VE. Buchanan Smith Olive E. Snee J. Lang Speer India Stephenson Harry G. Swan Charles W. Thomas Louise Thorne Carrie E. Kim Martha A. Kim JBertha J. Kirkpatrick Ralph W. Emerson Emily S. Evans ,fPaul E. Felton lfAnna M. Tobin yOrville .Weber ,fRuth H. Wildman Helen S. Ferry Marie I. Fischer Martha Fohl Caroline Foresman ,Afohn A. Lantz Millicent S. Leech eorge Leopold Doris M. Lindbom ,fl-larry E. Long Fannie P. Wilson Leroy S. Wold Fannie R. Woodside Ralph R. Zahniser O F F I C E CLARK B. KISTLER .......... ......................... ............... P r incipal HARRY E. PEDICORD ....... ......... V ice Principal FLORA L. YAGLE ........... .......... C hief Clerk MARY F. LooMIs ........... .................. C Ierk ANNA JANE COCHRAN ....... ........,..,....,,,.. C lerk MINNIE OSTHOFF .................. .........,.,.,,,. B ook Clerk ZELLA M. BRECKENRIDGE .......... ,......,,.,..,,,.,,, G irlgl Adviser EVAN W. INGRAM ............... ........... V ocafional Counselor Louisa HETHERINGTON ......... ........ E xtracurricular Direfmr Fwe F A C U I. T Y G R CD U I3 S ffsfws-gay xang- Honor Students Clifton Arrington i ' Inez Womack Jeanne Kuenzig i Richard Brunk Edward Pitz Mary Emme I Bernice Johnson COLGRS : Blu? 'land ilver FLOWERS: i i American Bequty Roses MOTTO.: . Q "W e are valued as we make ourselve x V 1 1. -' fi Wiimgm me 'fy ' f .na ,JZ Plvsidmrt Vice Prcxvidmzf SFf1'FfUl'j' I O Class Officers EDWARD PORTER B Aftifuilifs-Class President, Home Room Vice President, Leaders, College, Basketball Manager, Home Room President, Coun- cil, Home Room Cashier .4mbition-Journalist Afvoration-Sports NEIL GALLUZZO Aftifvitiey-College, National Hon- or, Stamp, Book Ambition-Civil Engineer Hlvomtion-Collecting stamps GRAYCE HINCH Gracie Artifvitie: - Cheerleader, H o m e Room Secretary, Senior Dra- matic, Girl Reserves, Home Room Vice President, Council Ambition-Model Afvoration-Dancing ROBERT GIBSON Gibby .4rti-vities-Class Treasurer, Foot- ball Ambition-Gym Instructor .-hfofation-Sports DOROTHY DENICK Dot I-lvtifrfilies--Cheeirleader, Big Sis- ters, Class Social Chairman, Sports Activity, Personality, Assembly Usher, Volleyball, Council Ambition-Typist Aworalion-Sewing CLIFTON ARRINGTON Burns Artifvitie:-National Honor, Senior Leaders, College, Ring Chair- man, French Ambition-Doctor Afuofation-Reading TI'CfI5llI'!7l' Sofia! C l1t1Il"1llllll Ring Clzairmain ERMENIA BATHANTI Jllarmee Activities-Sketch Book, Personal- ity, D. P. S., Girl Reserves Ambition-Stenographer A1-vomtion-Singing JOSEPH BERGAMASCO Bfrgie Aftifuities-Safe Drivers Ambition-Bank Clerk .fhforalionfliaseball BURON BONNER Ebie Aftifvitie.vvPrint, D. P. S. Ambition-Mailman Afuoralion-Crossword puzzles WALTER ADER Smile: Activities-Band, Council Ambition-Naval Officer Awomtinn-Skating MARY BALDASSAR Penny Activities-Sketch Book, Council, Girl Reserves, Sports Activity, Big Sisters, Home Room Vice President, Italian MARY ALEXOPULOS Ambition-Private Secretary Actifvitiex-Service Room Arwmtmn-Dancmg Ambition-Secretary Awomtiun-Skating RUTH BASSETT Rudy Actifuitif:-Council, Cabinet, Home Room Vice President, Senior Dramatic Ambition-Singer HOWARD ALLSHOUSE Allie A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-D,,W,,,g Aftifvities-D. P. S., Senior Dra- matic, Council Ambition-Traveler Afvocalion-Basc ball CAROLE BASTONE Jackie Aftiwitim-D. P. S., Sketch Book, Rifle Ambition-Beautician Afuoration--Collecting snapshots LEONA BOYD Lee Adifvities-Sketch Book, Girl Re- serves, Big Sisters, Red Cross, Volley Ball. Ambition-Nurse Afvofation-Dancing MATTIE BROOKINS Mat Ar'tiLvitie.v-Poetry, Girl Reserves, Personality, Sports Activity, Tennis, Basketball Ambition-Nurse flfvofation-Reading DOROTHEA BROWN Dot Artifvities-Personality, Girl Re- serves, Sketch Book Ambilion-Social Worker Afvoration-Making friends WILBUR BROWN Pagliafci Activities-S t a g e Crew, Senior Dramatic, Poetry Ambition-Opera Awocation-Collecting books RICHARD BRUNK Dick Activities-College, Council, Sketch Book, National Honor, Stage Crew, Camera, Personality Ambition-Chemical Engineer Afvocation-Swimming LOUISE BUTKER Lou Activities-Senior Leaders, Sketch Book, Big Sisters, Service Room, D. P. S., Assembly Usher, Girl Reserves, Sports Activity Ambition-Stenographer flworation-Dancing RAY BUTLER Red Activities-Aviation Ambition-Agriculturist A-vocation-Aviation ELMO CALLAWAY Professor Activities-College, French, Na- tional Honor, Camera Ambition-Teacher Afvofation-Reading MARGARET CANGE Arliivitizrx-RiHe, Girl Reserves, D P. S., Personality Ambition-Seamstress Afvomtion-Dancing ANGELO CARRABBA Ang Activities-Italian, Football Ambition-Business School Afvofation-Weight-lifting OLIVE CATLEY Olly flrtiivilier-Sports Activity, Presi- dent of Big Sisters, D. P. S., Personality, Girl Reserves, Life Saving A mbition-Model Aivoration-Roller Skating DAVID CERCHIARA Dam' Activities-D. P. S. Ambition-Optician .41-vocation-Collecting stamps and coins Penny GEORGE CHARLTON Farmer Artirvitier-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Trumpet Player Afvoration-Football JAMES CIORRA Jimmie ffrtifvitirx-Italian A mbition-Aviator Afvofation-Football MARY COLAZZI Honey AftifvitieshSketch Book, Tennis, D. P. S., Council, Assembly Usher Ambition-Beautican A-vocation-Dancing MARGARET COLE Shorty Acliviticr-Red Cross, Sports Act- ivity, Music Appreciation, Big Sisters Ambition-Music Teacher Atvomtion-Dancing ANNA COLLIN Nan Actiwitif:-Pe rsonality, Camera Ambition-Stenographer ,4-voration-Collecting snapshots NORMAN CONWAY Norm Artifvities-Football Ambition-Mechanic Avomtion-Working on engines MERLE COOVER Ffayh Aflilvitier-Aviation Ambition-Pharmacist Afvofation--Photography ERMINIO COSENTINO Min ,4rti-vitin-Italian Ambition-State Trooper flfvoration-Swimming DOMENIC COSTA Tex flftifzfilies-Hi Y Ambition-Aviator Aqfomtion-Building airplanes ,HM MARGARET CRAVVLEY Marg A-'Irtiwitiex-D. P. S. Ambition-Secretary flfzwration-Tennis GER RUDE UNNINGHAM M v if Gertie Arliqziliex-D. P. S., Big Sisters, Personality Ambition-Actress flzioralion-Acting JAMES CUNNINGHAM Jimmy .flrtifvities-Hi-Y, Senate, Senior Dramatic, Personality, Camera, Social Committee, Class Foot- ball Ambition-Traveler 4'1U0Fdli0H-DflViHg ROBERT CUNNINGHAM Mat Alrtilvitiex-Orchestra, Home Room Secretary Ambition-Sailor flfuoration-Building boats HELEN DAVIS Toni Aftifvilies-Senior Dramatic, Red Cross, Personality, Girl Re- serves, Big Sisters Ambition-College zh'o1'alion-Swimming ROSE DELSANDRO Rosie Artifvitiznv-Girl Reserves, Tennis, Personality, D. P. S. Ambition-Secretary Afuofation-Reading ANNA ELSASSER Carry Artiwities-Personality Ambition-Secreta ry Afvomlion-Sewing MARYBELLE EMME Mike Adi-vitier-Girl Reserves, Council, National Honor, Service Room Ambition-Secretary Afvoralion-Reading COLUMBA FALVO Colly Artiwitics-D. P. S., Italian, Per- sonality Ambition-Governess Afvoration-Embroidering ELIZABETH DiPASQUALLY Lizzy Aftifvities-Volleyball Ambition-Nurse Avotalion-Dancing THEODORA DONATELLI Teddy Artivilies-Sketch Book, Red Cross, Girl Reserves, Etiquette Ambition-Opex'a Singer Afvomtion-Dancing DAVID DULANEY Dafve Hflifviliex-College, Nat'l Honor Ambition-To succeed Ivan Di- Mitri Afvoration-Photography ELAINE FARMER Laniu Artiwilier-Girl Reserves, Person- ality, Home Room Secretary, Basketball, Mushball Ambition-Nurse Afvoration-Drawing a MARY FINLEY Bobby - Aftiwities-D. P, S., Sports Activ- ity, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves Ambition-Private Secretary Afvomtion-Bowling ROBERT FLYNN Irish .f46lifvitie.t-Sketch Book, D. P. S. Ambition-College Awomtion-Saving stamps OGARETTA DURANT Grebby Activities-Sketch Book, French, D. P. S., Personality, Big Sisters Ambilion-Dress Designer A-vocation-Sewing BETTY EARNEST Betsy Avtiivities-D. P. S., Sports Ac- tivity, Personality, Life Saving Ambition-Social Worker Alvomtion-Walking LAVERA EDWARDS Pifkle: Activities-Sports Activity, Tennis, Big Sisters, Red Cross, Life Saving Ambition-Dress Designer Afvofation-Swimming MONTGOMERY GRAYSON Monty Adifvities-Personality, D. P. S. Ambition-Aviation Afvoration-Dancing LYDIA GRESELIN Lee Activities-French, Personality, Book Ambition-Seamstress Alvofation-Movies DOMENIC GULLIA Mzlrsif Aftiwilies-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Orchestra Player Aqloration-Playing instruments MARTIN Fox Sly Activities-D. P. S., Safe Drivers Ambition-State Trooper .fhlofation-Foreign Correspond- ence RUTH GOLDBERG Aftifllities-Sports Activity, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Life Sav- ing Ambition-Dress Designer WILLIAM GALBRAITH Bill y1,,,,,a,,,,,,-Swimming Artiqlitie:-Sr. Dramatic, French, D. P. S. H mbition-Actor A"J"m"""'SWlmmmg FRANCES GOLLA Fran Aftifvities-Orchestra, Band, Home Room Secretary, Red Cross Ambition-Musician Afvoration-Reading THERESA GENTILE Tree Arlifvitirs-Sketch Book, Big Sis- ters, Assembly Usher, Volley- ball, Personality, Sports Activ- ity Ambition-Traveler EARL GOODSON Goody Afvocation-Singing Artifvities-D. P. S. Ambition-Mortician Avomlion-Dancing RALPH HALLBERG Sfwfde Artiqlities-Aviation, Hi-Y Ambition-Traveler Afvofation-Aviation MARIAN HARE Elizzy A t'li4liti.f'.v-Girl Reserves, Service Ambition-Stenographer flfvofation-Movies MARION HARRIS Chink fldiwities-Senior Dramatic, Red Cross, Senior Leaders, Big Sis- ters, D. P. S. Ambition-Dress Designer .fl-vovation-Reacling MARJORIE HARVEY .Margic Artivitiex-Girl Reserves Ambition-Stenographer A-vocation-Movies VIRGINIA HEAGY Ginny Hrtifvitie:-Sketch Book, D. P. S., Poetry, Speedscript, Girl Re- serves. Ambition-Dietician flworation-Poetry NILS HENDERSON Spikf Adiwities-Stamp Ambition-Mechanical Engineer .flfuofation-Collecting stamps JUNE HENRY Activities-Service Room, D. P. S. Ambition-Private Secretary Avoration-Ice Skating ELMA HERSHEY Artifvities-D. P. S. Ambition-Seamstress Afvomtion-Sewing BENJAMIN HICKS Ben Afliwities-Stamp Ambition-Business Man Aworation-Weight-lifting ALICE HILL Ally Artifvities-Sports Activity, Senior Dramatic Ambition-Secretary Alqforation-Roller Skating RICHARD HODEL Did? Aftiwitie:-Mushball Ambition-Doctor Alfvoration--Photography ISABEL HODGE Isle .41'tifvitir.f-Red Cross Ambition-Social Worker Aworation-Sewing CLARENCE HODGES Stormy Activities-Senior Dramatic, Bas- ketball Ambition-Radio Star Aivoralion-Basketball JOHN HOFFMANN Toodle .4ftifvitie.v-Rifle Ambition-Forester Aworalio n-Sports CLARENCE HOPSON Hop Artiwities-D. P. S., Music Appre- ciation, Basketball, Senior Track, Class Football Ambition-Athlete Awocalion-Football PAULINE HOWARD Paul Activities-D. P, S. Ambition-Costume Designer Awocation-Art ROBERT HOWARD Bzzlzllfr Artifvities-French Ambition-Orchestra Leader A-vomtion--Sports JAMES HUGHES .lim Aftifvitirr--Life Saving, D. P. S. Ambition-Traveling Salesman Awofation--Swimming DAHLIA JACKSON Dal Artifuities-Bulletin Staff, Red Cross Ambition-Social Worker flfvoration-Dancing BERNICE JOHNSON Bernie Artifvities-Sketch Book, College, National Honor, Speedscript, Red Cross, Sports Activity, Girl Reserves Xlmlzition-Study medicine ,4fz'ofation-Piano playing BETTY JOHNSON Sir ffrtifvities-Girl Reserves Xlmbition-Air Hostess ,4fvoration-Ice Skating EMMA JONES Baby flrti-vities-Girl Reserves Ambition-Community Worker ,4woc'nlion-Reading MARY JONES Alrtiwilifs-Sketch Book, College, French, Personality Ambition-Teacher Aworation-Reading WALLACE JONES Bros. Aftifvities-Mushball, Basketball Ambition-Printer Afvocation-Movies JEAN KEALEY J1'1l71 Artifvities-Senior Dramatic, D. P. S., Book Ambitio n-Accountant Awofation-Reading RAYMON D KEENAN Ray Artifvitier-Hi-Y, Senior Leaders Ambition-Draftsman Afvomtion-Sports DOROTHEA KENNEDY Dottie Artifvities-Girl Reserves, Home Room Secretary, Home Room President, Personality Ambition-Seamstress Afvomtion-Roller Skating JEANNE KUENZIG Jeanne Artiwiliey-Secretary College, Sec- retary Senior Leaders, V-Pres. National Honor, Class Social Committee, Cabinet, Dramatic Ambition-Business Career Aworation-Reading LEE LACOCK Doc Aftiwities-College, Chess, Chief of Police, D. P. S. Ambition--Bacteriologist Alvomtion-Archery ALBERT LA GAMBA Al Artivitiex-Leaders, Italian, Home Room Vice President Ambition-Business Man Afvocation-Sports IDA KERN ER Activities-D. P. S., Sports, Per- sonality Ambition-Seamstress Aworation-Bowling ROBERT KIRBY Bob Activities-Senior Class Play, Dra- matic, Leaders, Council, D. P. S., Baseball, Hi-Y, Track, Swimming. Ambition-Gym Instructor Afvofalirm-Dancing PHILLIP KISZIE Kisz Aftifuitiey-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Printer Afvoration-Basketball ROCCO LAMANNA Rof Artifvities - Basketball, Printing, Mushball Ambition-Cabinet Maker A-vomlion-Making cabinets MICHAEL LAROTONDA Mike Artilvitiex-Camera Ambition-Auto Mechanic Aworation-Football ELEAN OR LOSEL Adiwities-Sports Activity, Service Room, Personality Ambition-Stenographer Afvoration--Swimming WILLARD KLEIN Will Artifvitic:-Stamp, D. P. S., As- sembly Usher Ambition-Machinist A410 cation-Football ROBERT KLOSE Bob Artifuities-D. P. S., Chess Ambition-College Afvofation-Bowling DOROTHY KRACHALA Dot Artiqfitifr-D. P. S., Service Room, Dramatic Ambition-Model Alfuoration-Ice Skating JOSEPH MARTINO Shaggy .4rtiwitie.v--Italian Ambition-Aviator Awomtion-Swimming HAROLD MASON Slab fldifvities-Swimming, D. P. S., Senior Leaders flmbition-Engineer Afvomtion-Ice Skating DORIS MATTHEWS Dorie Aftiqfities-Senior Dramatic, Girl Reserves, D. P. S. Ambition-Sixiger Aworation-Skating EUGENE MACKEY Mank Artifvities-Basketball Manager, Senior Orchestra, junior Band, Council Ambition-Lawyer Afvoration--Music WILLIAM MAHONEY Chief Activities-Safe Drivers Ambition-Mail Clerk, Aqmration-Swimming ALICE MALLEY Al Aftifvilies-Girl Reserves, Swim- ming Team, Basketball, Volley- ball Ambition--Traveler ,4fvofation-Poetry OLIVER MATTHEWS Ollie Artilvities-Hi-Y Ambition-Mailman flfvoration--Reading ONA MATTHEWS One Arti-vitie:-S orts Activity, Red P Cross, Chorus, Big Sisters Ambition-Nurse .4fvoration-Roller Skating EDVVARD MCCORKLE ifhtifvities-Baseball, D. P. sembly Usher Ambition-Ball Player Afvofation-Ice Skating Speed S., As- FRANCES ,,MALPEDE Frame Adifvities-Sports Activity, D. P. S., Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Basketball, Volleyball, Class So- cial Committee Hnzbition-Receptionist Hfvoration-Dancing DONALD MANKE Don flftifvities-Assistant Chief of Po- lice, Dramatic, Assembly Usher Ambition-JPhotographer Awofation-Photography JAMES MARSHALL Jim Aftifvitie.t4-D. P. S., Sketch Book A Business Manager, Assembly , Usher, Senior Dramatic Ambition-Merchandise Broker Afvbmtion-Building model air- planes ELLA MCCRAY Booty Aftifvities-Sports Activities, Girl Reserves Ambition-Seamstress Afvofation-Sewing JEAN MCDONALD Jeanie Activities-Home Room Banker, Assembly Usher, Basketball Ambition-Dress Buyer Afvoration-Art HELEN McGREAL Aftifvitin--Senior Dramatic, Sports Activity, Home Room Social Chairman, junior Editor, Bulle- tin. Ambition-Doctor Awaration-Reading FRANK MCHALE Mug Activities-National Honor, Class Football Ambition-Commercial Artist Afvofation-Art AUDREY MOORE Debbie Artilvitiex-D. P. S., Personality, Tennis, Life Savers, Camera Ambition-Dressmaker Afvomlion-Swimming ETHEL MOORE Van Avtiwitier-National Honor, D. P. S., College, Home Room Presi- dent, French, Girl Reserves Ambition-Teacher A110 ration-Music MARCUS MORGAN Mark Artiwities-National Honor, Home Room President, College, Coun- cil, Music Appreciation Ambition-Business Man Aivamtion-Music CHARLES MYERS Chuck Aftiwitief-Stamp, D. P. S., As- sembly Usher, Track, Radio Ambition-Electrical Engineer Afvoration-Radio DANIEL OWENS Dan .4 ftifvitify-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Arranger of Orchestra- tions Afvoration-Piano LENORE OWENS Leo Aftifvitier-Basketball Manager, Tennis, Red Cross, Sports Ac- tivity, Girl Reserves, Volley- hall. Ambition-Nurse fffvoration-Sports WILLIAM PALOMBO Billy Artiwities-D. P. S., Sketch Book, Italian, Camera, Dramatic, RiHe A mbition-Army Pilot Afuoration-Camera JEAN PALUMBO Chub Artilvilies-D. P. S., Sketch Book, Big Sisters, Bulletin Staff, Speedscript Ambition-Beautician flfuomtion-Darlcing DOROTHY PANNER Tiny Anti-vities-D. P. S., Personality, Tennis, Book Ambition-Secretary Afvoration-Reading MICHAEL PECCI Nlilzt' Adi-vities-Italian, D. P. S. Ambition-Business Man .4woratir1n-Photography FRANK PEGNATO Peggy Artitvitiey-Gym, Camera Ambition-Traveler Afvofation-Photography CECELIA PERRIN Cecile Alrlifvities-Speedscript Ambition-Piano Teacher Alrvofatiunvlce Skating JOHN PIPES Johnnie Artifvilirr-Senior Dramatic .4 mlzilion-Pharmacist Aivoration-Singing EDWARD PITZ Za Su ,4z'tifvitie5-College President, Na- tional Honor, Leaders, Drama- tic, Council Vice-President, Home Room President, Rifle .-fmlzition--Teacher .4fvoi'ation-Fencing BETTY REED flrtiqfitifr-Secretary Council, Sec- retary Cabinet, National Honor, Sports Activity, Home Room President, Cheerleader .4 mbition-Secretary .-iruomtion-Sports ALBERT REID AI .-Ivtifvities-Leaders, Council, Cam- era, Class Social Committee .-Imhition-College .-Ifvraralian-Sports LOUISE REIMERS Weezic .llflifvities-Council Pres., Leaders, National Honor, Big Sisters, Current Events, College, Life Saving, Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Mushball, Camera Amlzition-Dress Buyer Awofation-Sports JOHN RICCIARDELLI Cadoga Artiwities-Pres. Leaders, Sketch Book, Personality, D. P. S., As- sembly Usher, Dramatic, Stamp, Football A mbition-Football Player Hfvoration-Dancing HARRY RINGLING Bill Aftiwitier-Sketclt Book, Assembly Usher, Dramatic Ambition-Engineer Afvomlion-Football EVELYN ROBIN Huffhi Aftifvitier-Editor Sketch Book, Home Room President, Home Room Vice President, D. P. S., College, Council, Dramatic, As- sembly Usher, Basketball, Vol- leyball Ambition-Social Worker Ahvoralion-Dancing GRACE SCHMIDT Grade ,-lrlifvities-Sketch Book, D. P. S., Home Room President, Council, Dramatic, Girl Reserves flmbilion-Dietician Hworation-Reading FREDERICK SHELTON Fred Artifvities-D. P. S., Assembly Usher Ambition-Business Man A4-voration-Reading RICHARD SHIRK Dirk Klrti-vilie:-Leazlers, Bulletin Staff Ambition-Naval Officer Aworalion-Camping HELEN ROLLINS Billy Activities-Girl Reserves Ambition-Musician Aworation-Sewing EDNA RUDOLPH Carrot-Top Aftirvities-Leaders, Big Sisters, D. P. S., Sports Activity Ambition-Air Hostess Afvofatirm-Sports THERESA SANTARELLA Tresie Arti-vitier-D. P. S., Service Room, National Honor, Big Sisters, Bulletin Staff Ambition-Private Secretary Afvoratian-Dancing JACK SISK Butrh Afti-vities-Sketch Book, National Honor, Current Events, D. P. S. Ambition-Printer A-vocation-Sports EDITH SMITH Snujfy Artifvities--Current Events, D. P. S., Service Room, Bulletin Staff A rnbition--Author A-vofation-Walking NORMAN SMITH Smythe Aftiwitier-Senior Class Play, Col- lege, Home Room President, Dramatic, Cabinet, Social Com- mittee, Council Ambition - Chemistry Research Doctor Arvotation-Sports THELMA SANTORA Tee Activities-Sketch Book, D. P. S., Volleyball, Basketball, Mush- ball Ambition-Dress Buyer Afvofation-Dancing CARROLL SCHATZMAN Snooky Aftifuitie:-Basketball Ambition-Electrical Engineer Afvoration-Singing LENA SCHIRANO Lee Artiwilier-Big Sisters, Italian, Basketball, Volleyball, Svvim- ming Team Ambition-Nurse A-vomtiun-Swimming EDWVARD TAPPE Eddie f14'ti1fitiz'.r-D. P. S., Class Foot- ball, Aviation, Radio flrnbition-Football Coach I41'0c'ati0n-Sports BETTY TARRY Giggles Artifuitie:--Service Room, D. P. S., Council, Personality Ambition-Stenographex' flfvoration-Tennis GRACE TEDESCO Grarif Artiwities-Sketch Book, D. P. S., Assembly Usher, Life Savers, Basketball .flmbition-Beautician .4fvo1'11tion-Swimming VVILLIAM SMITH smifzy Actiwilizs-D. P. S. Ambition-Mechanic Aivoration-Dancing JENNIE STEPHENS Gin ,4rtifviti1'5-Red Cross, Girl Re- serves. A mbilion-Dress Designer rlfvoraiion-Dancing HONOR STEWART flffifvities-Sports Activity, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Basket- ball, Swimming ,4I71llili07l-NUTSC flfuoration-Sports JEAN THOMPSON ,4rtifuiIir5-Service Room Ambition-SecretaI'y I4-voration-Ice Skating ANDREW TIERNO Tielo Artifvitivs-Sketch Book, Leaders, Personality, D. P. S., Assembly Usher, Dramatic, Home Room President A mbition-Actor .4fvor11tion-Sports RAY TRAMONTE Hooker ,'fI'liflJifiB5-Dl'21mZlIiC, Italian, Eti- quette .flmbition-Attorney f1'U0l'llfi07Z-RC ading JAMES STEWART Jimmy Activities-College, National Hon- or, French Ambition-Surgeon A-vofation-Sketching JOSEPH STORTO Jog Aftifvitiex-Orchestra Ambition-Music Teacher Atvoratirm-Machinery MARJORIE TALLENT Pfggy Artifvitiexh-Tentiis, Library Ambition-Secretary Afvoration-Dancirig GEORGE TUCKER Rabbit Activities-Track, Class Football, Basketball, Mushball Ambition-Athlete Afvoration-Sports WARREN TUCKER Po Actitvitigs-Stamp Ambition-Business Man Avomtion-Collecting stamps DOROTHY VEANY Dolsit Aldi-vitie.f-Orchestra, D. P. S. Ambition-Musician Awofation-Cooking ANDREW VIA Andy Activities-Hi-Y, Mushball Ambition-Mailman Afvocation-Football RICHARD WEBER Dick Activities-Stage Crew, D. P. S., Dramatic, Aviation, Swimming Ambition-Stage Manager Avofation-Boating ANNA JO WILLIAMS Joe Adifviliex--Dramatic, D. P. S., Personality Ambition-Secretary Awocation-Dancing DOROTHY WILLIAMS Dottie Adifvitie:-Girl Reserves, Tennis, Red Cross Ambition-Nurse Awocation-Bicycling JAMES WILLIAMS Terry Artifvitiex-College, Sketch Book, D. P. S. Ambition-College A-vocation-Roller Skating MADELINE WILLSON Madge Activities-French Ambition-Stenographer Afvocatio n-Dancing EUNICE WILSON Activities-Red Cross, D. P. S., Personality Eunice Ambition-Sewing Teacher Alvocation-Reading INEZ VVOMACK Ngzzig Adi-vitier-National Honor, Senior Leaders, College, Big Sisters, Sketch Book Staff, French Ambition-Teacher Afvomtion-Dramatics WILBERT YACOPINO Willie Activities-Band, Orchestra, Ital- ian, Apparatus Ambition-Trumpet Player Awomtion-Playing trumpet PEGGY YOUNG Peggy Artifvitie:-Senior Dramatic, Life Saving, Secretary of Home Room, Senior Leaders, Bank Cashier Ambition-Nursing Afvocation-Animals Room 255 NORMAN SMITH .... ,,,,,,,,,,, P resident EDWARD PORTER ..... ..... V ice President MARJORIE HARVEY ...... ,,,,.,,.,,, S efremry JEAN KEALEY .............................. ..... T reasurer ROBERT KIRBY, EDWARD PITZ ...... ,,,. S enafgrg REUNION IN 1950 Ten years have passed since we bade good-bye to our school. Now, reunited in the familiar surroundings of the school auditorium, the members of Room 255, class of 1940, eagerly await the program soon to be presented by former members of the old home room. Under the able direction of Daniel Owens, the orchestra with the famous pianist Margaret Cole as guest soloist renders the opening number-a med- ley of VV.H.S. school songs. From the left wing of the stage, Clarence Hodges the famous radio star emerges to announce the program of the evening. As he withdraws, the curtain opens, and on the platform we find Dr. Norman Smith, a research chemist, about to give a demonstration on bacteria. We recognize his assistants as head nurse Peggy Young and the skilled patholo- gist Elizabeth Di Pasqually. The program continues with a lecture on "The Value of Educationv by Edward Pitz, now a high school teacher. This is followed by a piano solo entitled "Liebestrom', given by Francis Falvo. The next speaker Isabel Hodge, a social service worker, lectures on "Child VVel- farefl The curtain closes, only to open again to show the latest hair styles under the direction of head beautician jean Palombo, with her very able as- sistant Grace Tedesco. Among the talented models, we see beautiful Grayce Hinch. During intermission Doris Matthews, a singer with Sidney Long's Blue Room Orchestra, sings the ever popular K'Star Dust." As intermission con- tinues, we note in the audience two famous engineers, Harry Ringling and Neil Galuzzo, still telling jokes as old as the hills. Near the front of the auditorium sits Lenore Owens an accomplished nurse, and beside her is Rose Dauber noted for her famous designs. Our attention is once again turned toward the stage where little Louis Lee and Edward Porter are presenting a one-act play on "The Life of ai -Iournalistf, the cast of which includes distinguished' Marjorie Harvey and tactful Marion Hare as stenographers. Following this, the orchestra plays a march as the closing selection. The audience then proceeds to the cafeteria, where a light luncheon is served under the direction of the famous dietician Virginia Heagy. During the course of the lunch, Michael Pecci, the Owner of a large chain of stores. is seen conversing with Jean Kealey, his brilliant accountant, and with Ray Butler who has made quite a name for himself in the field of agriculture. Over to the left is seen Lydia Greselin who now is a famous seamstress in. New York, Farther back are seated Bob Kirby and james Cotter, both well- known bachelors. In the midst of all these faces is seen one slightly older but one still young in spirit, our one and only Mrs. Helen S. Ferry. Thus is concluded the First Class Reunion of l950, with a unanimous vote to be back again at our good old Alina Mater in 1960! VIRGINIA HEAGY JEAN PALOMBO Twenty-fam' Room 252 GRACE SCHMIDT ....... ....... ....... .... P r e sident BERNICE JOHNSON ........ ....., V ice President DOROTHY PANNER ..............................,..................... Secretary SHALL 252 EVER FORGET? ROBERT FLYNN ......... DAVID DULANEY .....,,.. DOMENIC GULLIAI JEAN MCDONALD I """" KATHLEEN STONER .......... MARYJONES ,.................. EUGENE MACKEY .......,.... WILLIAM PALOMBO .......... bashful ......,..,always brilliant On Guidance Day earnest conversation .............,Our Majorette quiet ................having ability tO sell tickets ......,.bringing excuses for being tardy MARJORIE TALLENT ......... ,..... .......................,.f... c hewing gum DOROTHY VEANY .......... ................ s inging OGTXRETTA DURANT ......... ...............,.....,... a lways studying BERNICE JOHNSON ......... .....,... 1 iever missing the honor roll JEAN THOMPSON ............. .........,................... t hinking up alibis MARY ALEXOPULOS ....,...v. ......... bsent On the same day as Jean THELMA SANTORA ,.,......... .........,....,.............,,.............. s miling DOROTHY PANNER .....,.......... ........ r eading JUNE HENRY I . DOROTHY KRACHALAS -'------- -----'----------- wmmg ALICE MALLEY ..,....,......,...... ,........, b eing attentive VVILBUR YACOPINO ,......... EUNICE WILSON .......... WALLACE JONES .......... PHILIP KISZIE ...,............ PAULINE HOWARD ......... v AN N GLIGANIC ...................,.. ..........b0r1'Owing Work ...,................dreaming ..........dOing nightwork ..................sleeping ..,......Our jitterbug .....,....,.,.laughing CARROLL SCHATZMAN ........ ' MISS DUGAN ..................... GRACE SCHMIDT ...,...... ..........................argu1ng guide to success ....,...presiding On Guidance Day GRACE SCHMIDT Twenty-five Room 304 ETHEL MooRE .......................................................... President MARY BALDASSAR ............ ....... V ice President ELAINE FARMER ,,.,,,,,,,,A.,.,.. .,,,......... S ecretary GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM ,,.,..........,....,......,.....,....... Treasurer DID YOU KNOW THAT? CAROLE BASTONE: Was cheerleader for the Barney Club Football Team MARY BALDASSAR: Won a jitterbug contest last summer. THEODORA DONATELLI: Expects to be an opera singer. ERMENIA BATHANTI: Likes to fill scrapbooks with movie stars' pictures. ELEANOR LOSEL: Likes mushball better than any other sport. DAHLIA JACKSON: Wants to be a social worker. ALICE HILL: Blushes at the thought of a certain tall blond person. BETTY JOHNSON: Is a true Billy Conn fan. ELAINE FARMER: Collects different kinds of gloves. LEONA BOYD: Never misses eating something at activity period. FRANCES GOLLA: Is as good at drawing as she is at playing the flute. MARY COLAZZI: Is getting to be a regular seamstress. ETHEL MOORE: Is president of room 304. GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM: Is not half so quiet as she seems. CECELIA PERRIN: Never misses a Stanley feature. LILLIAN KOGER: Won a spelling contest not long ago. MARIE MARTIN: Collects all kinds of samples. HENRIETTA THOMAS: Wants to have an orchestra of her own. ' MARY BALDASSAR Tweuly- .wt frances G olla theodora d O natelli betty O hnson mary bal D assar ethe L moore gertrude c U nningham mary C olazzi lillian K oger dahlia jack S on henri E tta thomas elea N or losel al I ce hill le O na boyd cecelia pe R rin carole ba S tone elaine F armer mari E martin ermenia B athanti 1 9 4 0 THEODORA DONATELLI Room 322 ILVELYN ROBIN ,....... ........... P resident ,ALBERT LAGAMBA ....,, ..... V ice President RAYMOND KEENAN .... ............ S ecretary l4EE LACOCK ........,. ..,., T reasurer BETTY ,TARRY ................,.,.,.,......,.,.......,,. Vv.,............... S enator WHY TEACHERS GET GRAY Students are often heard relating tales of the oddities of their peculiarly dispositioned teachers. Abrupt tempers and the possession of innumerable pets ffamiliar to all as pupils to scorn, but secretly to envyj are character- istics commonly associated with proctors. VVith Room 322 as the horrible example. let's investigate the habits of students that are responsible for the removal of nature's color from our teachers' tresses. Michael Laratonda, in a last minute scurry to complete his physical ge- ography, disturbs surrounding pupils with his pleadings. Late as usual, Dorothy Williams proclaims her urgent need of immediately rushing to her locker. Andrew Tierno and John Ricciardelli introduce to the classroom the latest tunes complete with various original additions. Seated near the rear of the room, Betty Tarry giggles as Albert La Gamba speaks of the trials which his car Q????j has withstood. Marjorie Crawley repeatedly chases one of the male species Ben Hicks around the chairs while her friend Helen Rollins urges her on. Dick Weber is continually soliciting orders for senior name cards while, nearby, Warren Tucker deeply slumbers. Sounds of an- guish are uttered by Ray Keenan as he frantically attempts to solve an alge- bra problem to the delight of Jeanne Kuenzig who incessantly chatters of her completed homework. We wonder why Robert Klose always inquires about his French assignments. VVhat can be occupying Willard Klein's mind dur- ing class sessions to make him oblivious of his surroundings? Clifton Ar- rington, james Williams, and Angelo Carraba continually chatter as do women over adjoining back fences. Audrey Moore and james Marshall ap- pear to be competing as to which one is able to be absent the greater num- ber of days. Lee Lacock's insistent speeches appear to disturb Donald Manke's solemn thoughts. Streams of notes are forever pouring from the hand of Lena Schirano who seems never to complete her list of events to be jotted down to the accompaniment of gum chewing. With the slamming of doors and a rush of feet, Evelyn Robin enters Qafter frantically collecting Sketch Book reportsj, just in time to lead the morning exercises. Thus, We have proven our assertion of Why Teachers Get Gray. All events recorded in the preceding report are ficticious, and any re- lation to persons living or dead is purely incidental. EVELYN ROBIN Twenty-seven Room 205 HOME ROOM OFFICERS BOB GIBSON ...,...,.....,... EDWARD MCCORKLE ....... HAROLD MASON .................. Howard Allshouse ........... James Ciorra .......... Was cheerful ................... peacemaker .... .......... President Vice President Is Secretary Will Be peace lover ............ pacifist mechanic ............., ...pilot photographer ......... camera man treasurer ........ Earl Float .............. ......,.. 1 Jicture fiend .......... Theresa Gentile .....,.......... collector .................. Buron Bonner .................. bookworm ,............. Bob Gibson ........ James Hughes .,,... .........leader.........., ........Scamp....... Harold Mason ..,,........,.,.., athlete .....,,.. Mary Emm e ......,.... ...........scribbler....... Edward Mcfforkle ........... scrub ...,,... Mattie Brookins ............... Cherub ....,,... Oliver Matthews ,..........., dreamer ...,.,, Andrew Via ....v,................ dancer .......... Frances Malpede .............. sprite .,.,.... Louise Butker .................. lassie ........................ Albert Reid ..,..,.,... ,....,., t ime killer .,..,.,....... Ona Matthews ,................. reserved .................. Ella McCray ....... Honor Stewart ....... .........Jov1al..,..... ...........pup1l......... George Charlton ....... ..... 2 egmner ,,....,..,...,.. ., john Pipes ............. Robert Howard ................ ........optimist....... Rocco Lamanna .............. .tomboy ..,..... Edward Tappe ....... ...........ch1ld.......... prankster ................ novelist ....... captain ..,,,,..,.. day dreamer. .........financier ........publisher Roosevelt ........,bachelor swimmer ................. Tarzan bookworm ...,. .........jOurnalist Sportsman ............... Di Maggio dear ............ L. playboy ,...... .........heartbreaker ........ladiesi men Jitterbug ,,,,...,,,,,.,,,, Swing leader ilapper ......... ...,,,,.Hedy Lamarr graduate ................. secretary ladies, man ............ Clark Gable friendly ....... ..,,,..,idealist seamstress .............. dressmaker Senior ....,...... bugler ..,.... ..,......sensation ........a Cab Calloway newsboy .................. editor punster ........ problem ....... .........philosopher ........lapprentice thinker .................... hero By LOUISE BUTKER Twenty-mne X Room 104 ROBERT Cox ...,.......,,.. . ,..............,.........,,. ........... P residezzt JAMES STEWART ....... ...., I fire President EDNA RUDOLPH .......,.................,.,,..................... ...... S crrctary ANOTHER DAY BEGUN! Rring! Rrring! Rrrring! Thirty-five hands in unison reach over and, accompanied by dejected sighs, turn off alarm clocks. Ho hum! Seventy feet are frozen stiff and bruised as they alight on cold floors and bump against bedposts. Ouch! Ho hum! Seven hundred toes wiggle into cramped shoes and plod silently- boom, boom, boom-down the deserted hall. Thirty-five faces are immersed in Camay, Ivory, or Woodburyls with a loud splash. Seventy hands hack away at cereal, fruit, eggs, and coffee with great gusto. Thirty-live electric clocks stop at 8:15 and warn the now awakened scholars that it is time for school. Hats and coats come off the racks and seventy feet run down the front steps out onto the sidewalk. Seventy feet crawl reluctantly to the gray building on MurtlandpAvenue. Charles Myers lopes down Monticello Street trying to attract Dorothea Brown's attentiong Joe fpresidential timberj Consolo takes his five steps from his house to school, James CBroken-toothj Stewart crawls in with his satchel of booksg Martin fLazyj Fox pushes his Model T to schoolg Wilbur CSho1-tyj Brown tunelessly murders Pagliacci in his own baritone styleg Madeline Wilson, in fur coat, mittens, earmuffs, scarf, and galoshes, walks three blocks and chills to the freezing point because she forgot her hatg and Lavera fLibrary Fineb Edwards holds up the corner waiting for the twenty-to-nine bell which stim- ulates the late arrivals. jack Qffollectionj Sisk shoves Richard fTugJboatD Shirk unapologetically into the room, Merle fContentedj Coover slams the door of his limousine unceremoniouslyg and Ray Tramonte slips into the room at 8:45 MZ. The usual absentees, Leroy Sprague and William Smith, are recorded on the books by Professor Shott. Nick Amendola and joseph Bergamasco speed up their morning chores. Thirty-Hve heads are bowed in reverence as the Lord's Prayer is re- peated. During ten minutes of consistent buzzing, the Daily News is read. As the Professor is about to lay aside the news, Joe Martino, who has been doing his daily crabbing, asks if there is to be an assembly fwhich fact the instructor has previously read and stressedj. Another little white slip is added to Earl Goodson's collection of illegal absence reports. Edna QTiogaj Rudolph, far back in the last row, tries to catch the eye of Walter CHotfootj Ader way up in the front row. Clarence Baker sketches the bathing beauty for which Jean Geller has been asking. Edith Smith chats to Theresa San- tarella about the latest capture in the field of masculine specimens. flf both young ladies are so fortunate as to be present on the same dayj. Emma CBuckl Jones and Bessie CStonewallj Jackson converse. The president of the class, Bob Cox, engages the versatile honor student, Betty Reed, in friendly conversation. As the bell for the first period grimly rings, Inez CPidgiej Womack fran- tically attempts to finish her shorthand. Thirty-five mouths open and close incessantly as the pubils of 104 file out of the room. Another day begun! Ho hum! Ho hum! JACK SISK INEZ WOMACK Thirty Stanley. MARCLTS MORGAN RICHARD BRUNK ELMA HERSHEY ...... FRED SHELTON ....... FRANK MCHALE Room 324 PERSONALITIES President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Senator likes RICHARD BRUNK-tall and blond . . . interested in photography swimming . . . home room vice president. ELMO CALLOWAY-witty . . . likes math . . . mischievous. MARGARET CANGE-short and sweet . . . quite friendly . . . accurate with a rifle. OLIVE CATLEY--always wears a smile . . . excellent roller skater . . . well liked. DAVID CERCHIARA-unassuming . . . quite a jokester . . . friendly. ANNA COLLIN-pretty . . . has a pleasant manner . . . liked by all. NORMAN CONWAY-well-built . . . unassuming . . . good-looking. JAMES CUNNINGHAM-good-looking . . . nice personality . . . intelligent . . . likes to sleep. HELEN DAVIS-friendly . . . neat dresser . . . has many interests. DOROTHY DENICK-good-natured . . . charming . . . enjoys dancing. BETTY EARNEST-congenial . . . has many friends . . . likes to attend the MARY FIN LEY-has a pleasant smile . . . reliable . . . interested in football. RUTH GOLDBERG-cheerful . . . a good friend . . . likes to bowl. MON TY GRAYSON-bashful . . . interesting talker . . . always smiling. RALPH HALLBERG-quiet . . . good dialect speaker . . . likes farming. MARIAN HARE-popular . . . neat . . . likes dancing. ELMA HERSHEY-has a pleasing personality . . . home room secretary . . . likes the Navy. CLARENCE HOPSON-congenial . . . likes to play football . . . well built. DOROTHY KEN NEDY-neat . . . friendly . . . likes to roller skate. FRANK McHALE-handsome . . . interested in art . . . likes basketball. RICHARD HODEL-humorous . . . good story teller . . . likes to make faces. MARCUS MORGAN-home room president . . . excellent speaker . . . scholarly. FRANK PEGNATO-quiet . . . agreeable . . . star gymnast. FRED SHELTON-likes to collectfmoney . . . carefree . . . good dancer. ANNA JO WILLIAMS--jolly . . . talkative . . . likes to dance. GEORGE TUCKER-happy-go-lucky . . . likes to give guidance talks . . . inter- esting personality. JENNY STEVEN S-quiet . . . intelligent . . . appreciates good food. JAMES CUNNINGHAM OLIVE CATLEY Thirty-one G'5S0h'-4 4 un l JJIQS, ' "'.Iq"'5t6Zf?fef1JTce.! SKI Ocvifgjy RP 50,Q1lhlZ-tlftlbhg Q' 2 eve!-MQQZKIEJ Q ' A f L M W 5-Egg Ren HW fi" 63f5f3?f fix J' " "fxgN'lCXX Ni x! I ...- M k,., .I i. 1 ,X qi ,,+ Esrf E - 'ffiafs Q09 M A I Z,ftli"f'Vi lifkY-f KL' t" lv' Yoxh yxgxxvkorgl veil!! 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S., Dramatic Ambition-Sailor Asvofation-Football LOUIS WALLER Louie Activities-Home Room President, College, Council, Gym Team, National Honor, Track, French, Apparatus Ambition-Doctor Awocation-Reading GORDON FORSYTH Red Adilvities--Dramatic, Band, Bulle- tin Staff Ambition-College 4-'Ifuocatio n-Playing trombone COLORS: Rom' and silver. FLOXYIERS: :i1IIf7'I.flI1l Beauty Rosas. MOTTO: , " lil' will find a way or make one". JAMES HICKCOX Hivk Actifvities-Sketch Book, Tennis, College, D. P. S., Hi-Y, Treas- urer of 12B Class, Basketball Ambition-Doctor Afvoration-Baskefball LUCY MAGGIO Aftifuities-Italian, Council, Girl Reserves Ambition-Secretary Afvomtion--Dancing I O Tlfirty-tlzree 135 M ' . 1- , I. v lr Fifi 'K Q Thirty-fozfl' FRANK ABBRUZZESE Jumbo Artifzfilifr-Dramatic, Football, D. P. S. A mbition-Coast Guard Afvomlion-Football ELVIRA AGNOLI Vera Activities-Girl Reserves, D. P. S., Council, Red Cross Ambition-Telephone Operator Afvomtion-Dancing YOLANDA AITA Pat Afrifvitifs-Dramatic, Italian A m lzizion-Journalist Afvoration-Dancing HELEN ALLER Aflifvities-Sketch Book, Girl Re- serves, National Honor Ambition-Business Executive Afuofation-Dancing JEANNE ALLER Aftiwities-Leaders, Big Sisters National Honor, College Ambition--Dental Hygienist fl'Zl01'l1fi07l1lCC Skating x U V IE AL Az' ' 'ties Fo Swimming A it' Gy acher M1 cntio ol , ng stamps K , GUY AMATO Butch Activities-Baseball Ambitian-Big League Baseball Alvomtion-Hiking IOSEPHINE AIVIATO Babe Aftifvities-Sports Activity, D. P. S., Life Saving Ambition-Dress Designer Awofation-Swimming NICK AMENDOLA Amy Artifvilie:-Italian Club Ambition-Baseball Player Atvocation-Horseshoe pitching LUCILLE AMODEO Lu Artiwities-Dramatic, D. P. S., Girl Reserves Ambition-journalist Awofation-Reading ANTONIO ANANIA Tony Acti-vities-Basketball A mbition-Engineer A-vocation-Football MARIO ANDONISIO Myfr: Actifvilies-Band, Italian Ambition-Musician Afvoration-Playing clarinet 4 , G RALDIN ANDREWS Gerry Activities-Girl Reserves Ambition-History Teacher Awofation--Music EDWARD AUEL Eddie Atiifvitief-Hi-Y Ambition-Commercial Artist Afvofation-Basketball JOSEPH AUTORE Joey Activities-D. P. S. Ambition-Aviator Awomtion-Reading CLARENCE BAKER Illar Activities-Camera Ambilion-Commercial Artist Alvomtion-Drawing JOSEPHINE BARBARITA Jo Artiwities-Tennis, Gi rl Reserves Ambition-Stenographer Awomtion-Dancing EDWARD BARSDITIS Barri Aftifviliex-Fencing, Aviation, Bas- ketball Ambition-Aviation Mechanic Afvomtion-Model airplanes ELIZABETH BEAM Bftxy Aftiwities-D, P. S., Life Saving, Girl Reserves Ambition-Newspaper Reporter Awomtion-Collecting pictures of movie stars ELSIE BECHER Artiwitie:-Girl Reserves, Red Cross Ambition-Private Secretary Awocation-Collecting post cards BEULAH MAE BELL Dimples Red Cross Ambition-Singer Q Aftivities-French, Girl Reserves, I . GEORGE BAKER Bah, Aqiofation-Reading Activities-Baseball Ambition-Naval Officer Afvomtion-Spo rts MARY BARBARA Balm Artifvilies-Girl Reserves Treasur- er, National Honor Society Ambition-Private Secretary A-vocation-Dancin 1' ,,g,,fz.9r MICHAEL BELLUSCIO Milep flrtifvitier-Class Football ,4mbition-Draftsman .41Hll'dfi07l--Blllllllllg motlel air- planes Tlzirty-ive VERA BENNETT Artifuities-Personality, Girl Re- serves Ambition-Trained Nurse Awomlion--Dancing Mwwj, MARGARET BOONE Peg Artiwitie:-Leaders, Big Sisters, Dramatic, National Honor, Per- sonality, Sports Activity, Girl Reserves .flmbition--Nurse ,fffvoration-Music RICHARD BOOTH Dirk Aftifvities-Hi-Y, Rifle Ambition-Salesman Afzforation-Guns IR BERES Rrnie flctifvil' .v rent Eve Ambit' rivae Secretar - Alvofaion-Da ingl ' V l f ANNA BOTTA Nan QSS i4ffiQliliZJ-T6HUiS, Big Sisters, , Basketball, Volleyball, Life Sav- aff :Y ' -R ' CHARLES BERGST R Cfzurk "" "T" ePf'mi', Alfvomlzon-Swimming Aftifvilies--Gym Team Ambition-Electrician Awomlion-Swimming VVILLIAIVI BOULDEN Ch114'kf6 .4ftifvitics-French Club, Person- ality .4mbition-Electrical Engineer ff i - . ' BETTY BERGTOLD Bells 'U"f"'Z"" Dm'f"'g Hftilvities-Bulletin, Personality Club, Girl Reserves Ambition--SeCreta1'y Aworation-Piano SAMUEL BOURNE Sammy Artiwities-Couiicil, Home Room President flmbilion-Aviator ELDA MAE BERTOLINA Elda f"""ml"""D'lV'nfl f'If'tifvilie.v-Tennis, Council, Girl Reserves Ambition-Designer Afvoration-Sports SAMUEL BOVVLER .film Alrlifuitifs-Hi-Y, Tennis i4mbition-Engineer ,4'i'0t'llfi07l"SPIll'fS GEORGE BOOKER Bf1UlJit" Artiritiex-Book Club Ambition-Engineer Afvoration-Tennis Tlzirfy-Six ' JM' .1 s X MAXINE BOWMAN Max Aftivities-Girl Reserves Ambition-Governess Afvoeation-Swimming JAMES BROWN Jimmie Alrtifvitie,v-Leaders Ambition-Air-conditioning Expert flfvoration-Roller Skating CONNIE BUSA Sflllfllfllfbll rlrtifvitim-Personality, Music Ap- preciation, Volleyball, Basket- ball, Red Cross Ambition-Singer Afvofation--Singing FRED CAFAZZO Freddie .4t'fifZ'ifiI?5-LCZ1ClCl'S, Baseball A mbitian-Photographer Afcfofution-Photography ROSS CALDWELL Pop Alrtiqfities-Sketch Book, Hi-Y, As- sembly Usher, Fencing, D. P. S. Ambition-Traveling Salesman Awomtion-Selling ANGELA CALLARA Angie Aftifvities-D. P. S., Basketball, Volleyball .4 mbilion-Stenographer .4fuo1'ation-Poetry AFRA CANZIAN After ,4c'tifuitie.v-National Honor, Ten- nis, College Ambition-Detective Awomtion-Dancing JOSEPH CAPONE Allmtraz flftiivitin-D. P. S., Sketch Book A mbizian-Drummer flfvoration-Drumming RALPH CAPONE Cappy fldiwtim'-D1'amatic, Leaders, Col- lege, Hi-Y, Football Team Manager, D. P. S., Current Events, Stamp, Bulletin Staff, Book Ambition-Dentist rffvoralion-Sports FRANK CAPUTO Frankie Klctitvities-Home Room Secretary Ambition-Wood-Shop Teacher Afvofation-Bicycling LUCILLE CAPUTO Lu Artifvilies-National Honor, Col- lege, Personality, Girl Reserves Ambition-Secretary Afvoration-Dancing ANNETTE CARB Carbie Artifvitiex-Leaders, Big Sisters, National Honor, College, Dra- matic, French, Red Cross flmbition-Business Administration fffvomtion-Reading Thirty-seven Thirty-eight ANGELO CARBONE Ate Adifvilipx-Orchestra Ambition-Machinist Afvomtion-Juggling OLIVER CARTER Buddy Aflifvitiw-Leaclers, Class Foot- ball, Track, Class Mushball, Soccer A mbition-Photographer Afvnmtion-Photography ITALO CASTELLI Rabbi Artifvitier-Football, Gym Team, Apparatus, Orchestra, Rifle Ambition-Landscape Architect A-vocation-Fencing FRANK CERCHIARO Legs Arlifuilifs-Basketball, Baseball, Class Football, Band, Volley- ball A mbition-Architect Afuoration-Radio KATHRYN CERVONE Sis Artifvities-College, Dramatic, Big Sisters, Council, D. P. S., Ten- nis A mlzition-Lawyer Afvofafion-Sports CARL CESTRA Blackie Arlifvitifs-Band A mbition-Musician Afvofalion-Reading WILLIAM CHAMBERS Sketch Atti-vitier-French, D. P. S. Ambition-Lawyer Afvocation-Collecting books JOHN CHIAVAROLI Rocky Activities-Safe Drivers Ambition-Print Shop Teacher Afvomlion-Automobiles P ii. K MARY VI CCIA A i-z!iQl!J-D. SJ Dramatic, enn' ir eser e, Person- ' , ity, b ll 5 . J:Amb io iss IQne k Awocalion- wing 'ax My il K DOROTH R Dottie A ' 'ies- ciat ditor Bulle- t , Dr a tch Book, Girl eser ,-P nality mlzil' - r Designer A f ion- etry , ' U, .1 It , H W' CLA,liSlF 'WJ' Ho dy ctwztz 1. va' t ,J Persona ty , - Avnbitio Accoultant 1 . I A-vocatz n-Dancing l LOIS CLAWSON Lole Artifvitie:-National Honor, Avia- tion, Council, Personality Ambition-Teacher A-'vocation-Public Speaking HELEN CLOHERTY Shorty Artifvilies-College, Big Sisters, Sketch Book, National Honor, Leaders Ambition-Secretary Alvocalion-Photography WILLIAM COCHRANE Cork Artiwiiim-Bulletin Staff Ambition-Military School Awofation-Sports fu , WV . G? ' LAIZZI Dynamite , , , Ar lviyi -Foiotbill Baseball, Gym eag Swim 'in V-' . Y X " Am 1t1on-F umm! flfvo, cfllpturing I 'v JEANNE COLE Aftiefities-College, Life Saving, National Honor, D. P. S., Bas- ketball, Red Cross, Swimming Team Ambition-Nurse Afvofation-Dancing FRANCIS COLONELLO Frame Artifvities-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Orchestra Leader rffvofalion--Sports ANGELINE CONSOLO Shorty Artifvities-Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Stenographer Hfvomtion-Singing JOSEPH CONSOLO Joe Arlifvitics-Movie Crew, National Honor, College, Vice President Hi-Y, Council Ambition-Surgeon Avocation-Playing piano JAMES COTTER mp Artiwitier-Gym Team, Leaders, Hi-Y Ambition-Aviator Awomlion-Gymnastics ROBERT COX Bob Activities-Swimniing Team, Lead- ers, Dramatic Ambition-Lawyer Afvocation-Swimming THOMAS CRAWFORD Sfwiymlale Artilvities-Hi-Y Ambition-Government Worker A-vomtion-Stamp Collecting DOROTHY CRAWLEY Doi fltlifuitirr-Library Ambition - Professional Dress- maker Afvoration-Sewing fix! f u A Qin U LA C 1 A tiwilies 'sk tb , Baseball, Cross try Ambition-College Afvocation-Baseball Thirty-nine ANNA CZOLBA Ann Artifvities-Tennis, D ramatic Ambition-Secretary A-vofation-Dancing MARTHA DAVIS lwatlif' Actiwiticr-French, Dramatic, Per- sonality Ambition-Dietician A-vo ration-Collecting pictures , lf! if R01yi?,TA DAV Bohbye di-vities C lege, Dramatic, Nu- , tional X onor, Big Sisters, Per- sonalityg, Ambition-Private Secretary Afvoration-Dancing ROSE DAUBER Artifvities-Girl Reserves Ambition-Artist Avoralion-Drawing Jimmie JAMES DE FRANCESCO Activities-Home Room Vice-Pres- ident, Secretary Ambition-Machinist Awocation-Collecting novelties JOSEPHINE DE LIO Jody Activities-Tennis, Dramatic, Per- f sonality Ambition-Stenographer Awocation-Dancing Forty MARION DE LONG Midge Artifvitie:-Tennis, Basketball, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Volley- ball Amliiiion-Salesvvoman Afvomtion-Dancing PAUL DE MAGLIO Puzzle Arlifvities-Italian A mbition-Musician A-vamtion-Accordion Playing JEAN D sr ON E ff X 1 . .. f . 4 '. , ,ze Slsters, f N tional no HU ,V 4 .Q Amli zo - eau icxan X- flfvorati 'l l THELMA DENHOLM Honey Aftiwities-Girl Reserves, Basket- ball Ambition-Beautician Aworation-Dancing ANTHONY DE RENZO Butch Adiwitiex-Italian, D. P. S. A mbition-S alesman A-voration-Collecting pictures GEORGIA DILLINGHAM Georgie Artifvitie:-Girl Reserves, D. P. S., Red Cross Ambition-Beautician Afvoration--Reading ROBERT DI PAOLO Bobby Arliwitie:-Assembly Usher, D. P. Q HLY Ambition-Funeral Director Awofation-Swimming ANTHONY DONATELLI Activities-Basketball Amhitio n-Aeronautical flfvoration-Sports EUGENE DONATELLI Artiwities-D. P. S, Ambition-Orchestrator Afvofulion-Skating EVELYN DOWDS Adifvitirx-D. P. S. Ambition-Buyer Afvocation-Swimming LOUISE DUFFY Tony Engineer Gene Elvy Wixh Activities-Girl Reserves, Big Sis- ters, Bulletin Staff, Personality, Life Saving, Leaders Ambition-Stenographer .4-vofalion-Sports 1 ' -Z ix , NB ROB FQPNSTON 'ez' ' X heerleader, Bob Leaders, wa Sketch Book Collector, Q, Camera 'Ai zon Government Man 3 z z 3 49 .- E-'H ation-Sports MICHAEL ESPOSITO Peler Activities-Baseball, National Hon- or Ambition-Boxer Aevofalion-Boxing MARTIN FALOON Marty Artiwitiey-Orchestra Ambition-Musician Afvofation-Music FRANCIS FALVO Franny Artifvities-Italian Ambition-Pianist Afvocation-Photography GLORIA FALVO G10 Actiwitier-Italian Ambition-Secretary Afvofation-Dancing LOUIS FALVO Two Points Activities-Leaders Ambition-State Trooper Aeforation-Ice Hockey RALPH FALVO Plucky A rtiwizier-Personality, Leaders, Council Ambition-Truck Driver Afvoration-Dancing Forty-one Forty-Iwo VINCENT FALVO .lim Alftifvitiex-French, National Hon- or, Current Events Ambition-Mechanical Engineer Aworation-Drawing EDWARD FARRISH Ed Artiivitiex-French, D. P. S., Track Ambition-Architect A-vocation-Reading SYLVIA FAZIO Sil Artiwitier-Italian, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves Ambition--Dress Designer Awofation-Dancing BERNARD FERRARO Barney Actiwitiex-Dramatic, D. P. S. Ambition-Machinist A-vofation-Sports MA FERRE ' ct' i .v ul , D. P. S., Girl rves quett bition e Alvomtio sic FERNE FQIE Terry Anti-vi fs-C ll e, E itor-in-chief u n, t azette Re- o Bi sters, Current Ev nts, . S., Council Ambition urnalist A-voralion-Dancing CAROLINE FIORE Carol Artifvities-Italian, Sketch Book, Basketball, Bulletin, Volleyball, Dramatic. Ambition-Interior Decorator 1-ffcoration-Art GLORIA FIORE Glory Artivvities-D. P. S., Personality, Sports, Girl Reserves, Basket- ball Ambition-Journalist Awocation-Dancing EUGENE FISCHIONE Fish Aftilvities--Radio Ambition-Machinist A-vocation-Photography HOWARD FISHER X Hofwdy - , - tiona nor, Drum U bztion- rche Lei er Artiwitie: tic i Y, Na- Afvoratwn CHARLES FITCH Chuck Artifvities-Aviation, Book Ambition-Pilot Aworation-Building model air- planes EARL FLOAT Angus Actifvitiex-D. P. S., Orchestra, Camera Ambition-Orchestra Afvoration-Swimming JEAN FORBES Jeannie Artifvities-Big Sisters, Girl Re- serves, Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Nurse Afvofation-Collecting postcards CHARLES FRANCIS Cllllfk Activities-Home Room Vice Pres- ident Ambition-Radio Announcer Awofation-Repairing electrical de- vices GUY FRANCO Tools Aftiivities-Orchestra, Dramatic, Italian Ambition-Pianist Awomtion-Music MARCELLA FREILAND Celia Artiwitics-D. P. S., Bank Cashier, Personality, Home Room Secre- tary. Ambition-Dressmaker A-vofation-Dagciqg DOROTHY FRIEN D Avtiivitiar-Mushball, Volleyball Ambition-Secretary Aworation-Skating BEATRICE GAITHER B66 Aftifvities-Red Cross, Girl Re- serves Ambition-Social Worker Afvomtion-Sewing RUTH GARDINER Red Aftiwities-Personality Ambition-Singer Awofation-Mushball CATHERINE GARLAND Kay Arti-vilirs-Tennis, Red Cross Ambition-Secretary A-vomtion-Dancing WILLIAM GARONE Bill Aftiwitie:-Band A mbition-Orchestra Player A-vocation-Sports CASIMER GASIOROWSKI Count Aftiqzities-Orchestra, Football, Band A mhilion--Naval Officer Awomtion-Swimming DOROTHYHGEIGER Dot Artifvities-Bulletin Staff, Girl Re- serves, Big Sisters, Personality, Hawaiian Guitar A mbition-Bookkeeper Afzmvation-Collecting cards JEAN GELLER .lmnnie Artifvitier-Big Sisters, D. P. S., Assembly Usher Ambition-Dressmaker Afvofation-Saving snapshots DANIEL GENTILCORE Danny Adifuitiex-D. P. S. Ambition-Actor Afvomtion-Collecting stamps BELLA GENTILE Jeep Attiwities-'Sketch Book, Big Sis- ters, Girl Reserves Ambition-Secretary Hfvomtion-Sports DORA GEORGE Bumzie Adi-vitifs-Home Room President, College, Dramatic, Girl Re- serves, Assembly Usher Ambition-Nurse SUSIE GLIATTA Sue .-lrtifvilies-Girl Reserves, Sports, Activity, Big Sisters, Basket- ball, Volleyball Ambition-Secretary Afvomtion-Dancing A-voration-Collecting elephants WILLIAM GIANNETTA Smoky Artiwitief-Baseball, Home Room President, Leaders Ambition-Athletic Director Afvofalirm-Sports MAMIE GIBSON Babe Adi-vities-Red Cross, Basketball Ambition-Beautician Afvocation-Dancing WALTER GIBSON Gibby Actirvitiey-Dramatic, Fencing Ambition--Reporter Awofation--Photography Forty-four ANN GLIGANIC flflirbfy irlifzfitifx-Real Cross, Basketball Ambition-Beautician flfuomtion-Dancing MONA GOSS Sadie flftifvities-Comme1'cial ffmbition-Secretary Hworation-Reading I MOFF Tarzan iafi - ' ' , ramatie, Lea s, Z1 , French, D. P. S ffmbifion SW1 mer Afuoralinn-Swimming ANTOINETTE GRAZIANA Toni flrtifvities-Basketball, Volleyball I4mbition-Stenographer flfvomtion-Reading REGIS GREENWAY Adifvfties-Volleyball Regf Ambition-Orchestra Leader flfvomtio n-Football ggi A I -IOSEPHINE GRIECO Jo Aftifvitir:-Italian, Safe Drivers Ambition-Secretary iflfvomlion-Dancing WILLIAM GRIECO Greek Artifvilirs-Italian, Band, Home Room President Ambition-News Photographer Alfvomlion-Photography MARY ANN GRUCCI Alrti-Uitif:-Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Secretary flfvoration-Dancing .a NANCY GUADAGNINO Nan Arti-vitier-Girl Reserves, Italian Ambition-Skater Afvofalion-Skating BETTY GUETH ' Dolly Artilvitier-Tennis, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Swimming Ambition-Typist A-voration-Swimming x "' I ELSIB GUSQON - ii ' 4 ' 'yi Reserves , A ition+- ecretary il.. .llE1o1'ation- ce Skating - Abi er-Sketch Book, Tennis, A HAGGERTY Sgl Wes-Girl Reserves Amb' JD .s Designer Avocation ' GRETCHEN I-IAINES Artiwilies--D. P. S., Girl Reserves, Tennis, Dramatic Ambition-College Afvoration-Horseback Riding CLARA MAE HALLGREN Alrlirvitier-Swimming, Basketball, Leaders, Life Saving Ambition--Beautician Afvoration-Driving NEIL HAND Avtiwities-Council, College, Na- tional Honor, Current Events Ambition-Doctor Afcomtion-Automobiles WALTER HARTRANFT Walt Artifuities-Swimming Team, Gym Team, Track Ambition-Traveler Afvomtion-Sports RUTH HEDGES Ruthie Artir-oitie.v-Cheerleader, Leadels, Big Sisters, Sketch Book, Ten- nis, Sports Activity Ambition-Receptionist f'IfL'o4'ation--Social Activities Forty-jizfe Foriy-si.r JOHN HERRON Jada Artifvities-Band, Orchestra Ambition-Musician Awomlion-Playing the trombone MARGUERITE HIGGENBOTHAM Margy Aftiwities-Girl Reserves, Sports Activity Ambition-Social Worker Afzirrrzllion-Sewing FL ' E nik ' Flossie fti 'ie.v- il Reserves, Chorus Iitio Stenographer 44voz'ation-Reading A l INCH Al rtifzfie D. P. S. Ad octor Arvor on-Sports VIRGINIA HOBE Ginnie i4CfiflJiflB5-C0l.IIlCil, Big Sisters, Dramatic, Sketch Book, Leaders, Tennis, D. P. S., Life Saving 44 mbilion-Doctor f1'Zl0fllfi07l-SPOIIS HOMER HOCKENBERGER Hofkey Alrti-vitief-Football, Band Ambition-College flftiwitifs-Stamp collecting EDWARD HOKE Eddie Actiwitier-Baseball, Camera Ambition-Baseball Player Hfvofation-Baseball BE HA OW Bert ti i -Leade Cheerleader, rl R s rves mbition Afvofation ectin ovelties BETTY HUCKESTEIN Hurley Activities-Poetry, Bulletin Staff, Life Saving, Dramatic Ambition-Veterinarian Afvoration-Dancing FRENCHIE HUGHES Tiny Activities-Red Cross, Girl Re- serves, Home Room Vice Presi- dent Ambition-Social Worker Afvomlion-Reading DOROTHY HUNTER . Dot .4cti-vilie:-Dramatic, Personality, Girl Reserves Ambition-Office Clerk Hlvofation-Dancing RUTH HURD Red Artifvitiz-J-Girl Reserves, Person- ality .4 mbition-Air Hostess Afvofalion-Swimming MARY JANE HUSSEY Jane Atti-'vities-Leaders, Tennis, Na- tional Honor, Sketch Book, Sports Activity Ambition-Comptometer Operator Arvocation-Typing MARTIN HYSONG Marty Aftivitier--Dramatic, Rifle, Stamp Ambition-Executive Awocation-Stamp collecting BESSIE JACKSON BMJ Artifvities-D. P. S. Ambition-Social Service Awofation-Reading ROMAINE JACKSON Ro Arlifvitizrs-Girl Reserves Ambition-Office Clerk Afuoration-Collecting pictures BUFORD JARRETT Boots Actiwitiex-Apparatus, Gym Team Ambition-Engineer Alvoration-Hockey EDITH JARRETT Shorty Aftifvities-Girl Reserves Ambition-Secretary Afuofation-Dancing THEODORE JEANNETTE Ted Alrtifvitiex-Hi-Y, Band, Sketch Book Ambition-Stenographer Afvoration-Sports EDYTHE JEFFERSON Jejfy Hftiwitifs-D. P. S. ,flmbifion-Mortician Afvo1'ation-Cooking LUCILLE JOHNSON Lu ffrtivities--Dramatic Xlmbition-Government Worker .filworation-Music MARGARET JOHNSON Marjee flrtitvitier-Sports Activity, Com- merce, Orchestra, Girl Rnerves Ambition-Musician Afvoration-Dancing FREDERICK JONES Freddie Az'ti4vitie.v-Hi-Y, Track Ambition-Auto Mechanic Afvoration-Dancing DORIS JUDD Dolly flrtilvitiznv-Big Sisters flmlzilion-Business School flfvoratiun-Sports F 0 rty-seven RICHARD KARL Dick Adifvities-College, Fencing, Coun- cil, Swimming Team Ambition-Business School Afvoration-Swimming THOMAS KELLY Tom .4 di11itiz'.v-Apparatus, Hi-Y, Life Saving Ambition-Mechanical Engineer .4410 ration-Auto Mechanics MARY KENNEDY Artiwitiex-College, Dramatic, D. P. S., Girl Reserves Ambition-Home Economics Teacher Afvomtion-Sewing EVELYN KIBEL Etvie Artiwilies-D. P. S., Basketball, Volleyball Ambition-Secretary Afvofation-Dancing ESTHER KERR lfs Adi ities i atic, L ders Big ., Co ' D Na- on , eserves, . lit 0 Almlitio rse Atvoralio Skating JOHN KNAPP Kntlppy flrtifuities-Fencing, College A mbition-Chemist Afvoration-Ping-Pong Forty-eiglzt V' - ,BET 'Y'ko-v- . ' B D QU' . F. a fm l fm .PS T, Basket nfl, D. P. s., rr SEV s '- Q bit' n ' ' er ' ' l. H41 L Foreign Correspon- nce ' HERMAN KRAPF .-hliwitiex-College A-fmbitian-Forester Afvomtion-Hunting IRENE KRAUSE Pier-ie .fhliwities-Big Sisteri D. P. S. pfmbition-Secretary flfvoration-Dancing Pl'ARL LANIER Betty Boop flrtifvities-Girl Reserves, Big Sis- ters, Chorus .J m bition-Secretary .-I woration-Dramalics ALBERT LAUERMAN Al .41'tifvitim-D. P. S., Tardy Squad Ambition-Accountant r'l'L'I2l'H1i0H-R6HCiiDg DOROTHY LAULETTA Dot .-Irtifzfities-D. P. S. .imlzition-Salesgirl .-Ifvoration-Movies Q MARGARET LAVELLE Peggy Artifvitiex-Girl Reserves, Person- ality Ambition-Secretary AWOfHfi0H-DHHCIHg CLIFTER LAWRENCE Old Forxil Afliwities-College, Dramatic Ambition-Paleontologist Avoration-Archeology ANNA LeDONNE Ann Aftiwitiex-College, National Hon- or, French, Camera Ambition-Authoress Afvomlion-Drawing ELIZABETH LEE Peaches Aftiwitier-Leaders, Tennis, Bas- ketball, Volleyball, Sports Ac- tivity, Current Events, Library Aide, Life Saving, D. P. S. Ambition - Physical Education Teacher Afvomtion-Swimming LOUIS LEE Louie Aftifvities-D1'amatic, D. P. S., Home Room President, Council Almbilion-Journalist Alfvomtion-Sports DORIS LINN Dee Adifvitins-Girl Reserves Ambition-Doctoris Assistant Awomtion-Dancing WILLIAM LITTLE Little Aftifvitie:-Guitar Ambition-Architect Afuoration-Sports DOROTHY LLOYD Dodo Aflifvities-Leaders, Bulletin, Big Sisters, Home Room President, D. P. S., Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Private Secretary Aivofalion-Swimming JOSEPH LODOVICO Loda Artifvities-Band, Swimming Team Ambition-Beauty Culturist Alvocation-Dancing JOANNA LOFFREDA J0 Activities-College, Girl Reserves, National Honor Ambition-journalist Xllvocation-Reading ANTOINETTE LOLLA Toni Arlifvitiey-Book Club, Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Secretary Amocation-Sports MARGARET LOMBARD Alargie Activities-College, Girl Reserves Ambition-Buyer Afvocation-Art o F arty-nine Fifty BYRDIE LUCK Dirnples Alrtifuitie: -- College, Personality, French, Book Ambition-Librarian .4fvomtion-Reading CLAIRE LYNCH 14t'fi"UifIr"J-C0llEgE, Dramatic, Na- tional Honor, Big Sisters, D. P. S., Sports Activity, Current Events, Chorus flmbition-Buisness VVoman A fvomtion-Singing EUGENE MACK Gcne ,-Iftifvities-Italian, Apparatus, Life Saving, Basketball. flmlzilion-Foreign Correspondent ,4fuoratinn-Collecting maps In MARE MAK1-31, Billie I4t'lI'L'ifiF.9'-FYEIlCll, Red Cross, Big Sisters, Music Appreciation ffmbition-Nurse Afvoration-Poetry RAYMOND MANGO Ray Artifuities-Football Ambition - Physical Education Teacher AI1farationAFishing NATHAN MANUEL Nat Artivities-D. P. S., Safe Drivers Ambition-Doctor Awofalion--Football v if VIRGINIA MANZI Ginny flrliqzitief-Big Sisters .4ml1ition-Hairdresser Afvofation-Dancing MARIE MARTIN Rie Artiivities-D. P. S., Personality Ambition-Secretary Awofation-Dancing DAVID MCARTHUR Mirkey Aftiivities-Orchestra, Apparatus, Band, Gym Team Ambition-Postal Clerk Awofation-Art EDWARD MCCAMMON Ed Az'tiwitie.v-Leaders, Dramatic Ambition-Engineer Afvocation-Driving EDWARD MCCLOSKEY Mat Artifvitiex-Dramatic, Band Ambition-Radio Operator Ahvoration-Radio EDWARD MCCUNE Afwpot flrtiwitier-Dramatic, Home Room Vice President, Bulletin Staff, Council Ambition-Refrigeration Service Afvorution-Dramatics W? MILVERA MCGUIN Millie Artiwitic:-College, D. P. S., Book Ambition-English Teacher Aworalion-Collecting coins I 1 GEORGE MCK N ff .Mar Aftiwitie - i minv m, Lead- ers, S C 'ok Ambition e anic Alfvofation ing l MARY MCKILLOP Fi-ve-thirty flrtifvitipx-Dramatic, D. P. S., Girl Reserves Ambition-Model Afvoration-Roller Skating OLIVE McKwp Artifvit' nnis,' Girl Reserves . - . l A no x ustgcaan ration i Qncing JACK MCLAUGHLIN Happy Activities-Football, D. P. S., Bas- ketball, Mushball, Personality Ambition-Machinist Awomtion-Football BERNARD MCMANN Bernie Activities-Band, Orchestra, D. P. S. Ambition-Dance Band Leader Aworation-Playing the saxophone MARGIE MEGLIO Marge Artiwities-Tennis, Girl Reserves Ambition-Stenographer Afvoration-Dancing MARCSARET MEYERS Peggy Afliwitics-Basketball, Volleyball, Swimming A mbition-Stenographer Hworation-Sports JANE MIGLIOZZI Jay Alftifvitie.v-Personality, Volleyball Xlmbition-Seamstress Afcoralion-Dancing I ROB T MILETTI Babe D 'KM Activities-Football, Swimming Ambition-Dentist Awzration-Dancing CL A1yRf5jM1LLER ti i's Tennis, . P. S., Na- onal o o Girl Reserves, Volle a , sketball Ambilio retary flfuoration Tennis TWILA MILLER Tlwit Activities-College, National Hon- or, Leaders, Dramatic, Council, Camera, Girl Reserves Ambition-Dress Designer Afvomlion--Dancing Fifty-one ANNE MITTEREDER Anne flrtiwities-College, National Hon- or, Leaders, Big Sisters, Person- ality, Council, Home Room Vice President Ambition-Secretary Afvoratian-Music SIDNEY MITTLEMAN Sid Activities-Current Events, French Ambition-Business Administration Awoeation-Fishing RUSSELL MITTS Russ Adiwities-College, Book, Current Events Ambition-Doctor Aqfoeation-Reading ALBERT MOLDVAY Bert Activities-College Ambition-Commercial Artist Arvofation-D1'awing JOSEPH MOLINARU Slang Activities-Football, Dramatic, Volleyball Ambition-Forester Afvoration-Poetry Personality, NICK MORELLI Nicko Activities-D. P. S., Orchestra Ambition-Army Officer Aworation-Dancing Fifty-two DAVID MUIR Dave .flrtifvities-Secretary Home Room, Nominating Committee Ambition-Business Manager Afzforation-Chemistry PATRICIA MULLANEY Pai Actifvities--College, National Hon- or A mbitian-Priv ate Secretary .fhvoration-Music JEANNE MURPHY Cookie Artiwities-Bulletin Staff, Girl Re- serves, D. P. S. Ambition-Dancing Teacher .44.'o1'ation-Dancing ELIZABETH MURRAY Bettie Artiivitier-Leade1's, National Hon- or, Big Sisters, Basketball, Dra- matic, Volleyball Ambition-Writei' I'f'I'0l'l1fi07l-DZ1HCIHg RICHARD MUSGRAVE Dick .4t'li'l'IfiEJ'-FEHCiI1g, Riiie Ambition-Electrical Engineer I'!fL'0fHfi0H-HUIllIHg LAWVRENCE NARDINI Larry flftifuities-D. P. S. Almbition-Machinist .41z'omtion-Sports l VVILLIAM NEDZ Aclifvities-Personality Ambition-Army Pilot A-vocation-Sports LEVVIS NEESON Artiivitiey-Dramatic, Sketch Chess, Cabinet Ambition-Bio-chemist Afuomtion-Sketching MARIAN NE UBAUER Ambition .-141 ion fy ancing A.-fzwzm-Balieri' X GEORLI fl' i - mb i n-- A- FH on 1' .P. S. rinter Dancing BERNARD O'LEARY Bill Lefw Book, M il P. S. Ham Bud .4c'tiQzitie.v-Sketch Book, Council, Assembly Usher, Chess, Avia- tion, D. P. S. Ambition-Business Executive Afvomtion-Chess MARGARET OLIVER Nooley nffli-vities-D. P. S., Sketch Book .4 mhition-Saleswoman .flfuoralion-Sewing FRANK PALMIERI Frankie Activities-Aviation Ambition-Aviator Afvocation-Baseball ALBERT PAPALE Al Adi-vitics-Italian Ambilion-Clerk Afvomtion-Singing CARMEN PAPP Puppy Aftifvitiex - Personality, Guitar, Home Room Secretary, Basket- ball Ambition-Aviator Afvo cation-Sports NICK PARAVATE "Big" Nici Actifvitie:-Bulletin, D. P. S., Vol- leyball, Assembly Usher, Foot- ball, Rifle, Council Ambition-Government worker Afvofation-Sports CORNELIUS PATTERSON Cornny Aftifvitiex-Track Ambition-College Afvomtion-Printing WILLIAM PATTERSON Pat Activities-Track Ambition-Radio Engineer Afuoration-Photography Fifty-three 'XS Fifty-four ELSIE PELLICCIONI Bobby Artifvitifs-D. P. S., Council, Bas- ketball, Home Room Vice Presi- dent, Volleyball .4 mbition-Secretary Xllvofation-Dancing EA PERR Peggy ' ies- ' rce, Dramatic Teacher ' ing MARY PIANO Az'tiQvitif.r-Girl Reserves, Volley- ball, Dramatic Ambition-Orchestra Leader flfvoration-Playing the accordion TONY PIETROPOLA Yunyers Alftiqzilifs-12A-12B Football A mbition-M achinist fl fuovation-Sports LOIS PISCHKE i4rtia1itiex-Leade1's, College, Big, Sisters, National Honor, Life Saving, Assembly Usher Alfnlzitiruz-Social Worker flfvozution-Reading PAULINE POCKETS Polly ,4ftifUilies-Girl Reserves, Tennis, Personality, Red Cross ffmbition-Secretary iA1'lJ0l'l1fi!17l'HIkIIlg HUGO POFI Gunga Din fhtiqzitifs-Band, Dramatic, Lead- ers, Basketball, Swimming Ambition-Pilot AfvomlionASports HARRIET PRICE Skipper r4cti-vities-French, Music Appre- ciation Ambition-Chiropodist Afvofation-Skating THEODORE PRIMAS Wil Aftifvities-Rifle, Camera, Home Room President, Council Ambition-Physician Afvoration-Collecting coins ANNA MARIE PRUNTE Ann Alrtiwities-Girl Reserves, D. P. S., Council, Home Room President Ambition--Private Secretary i'1'L'0l'Ilfi07l-D2iHClHg JAINIES PURNELL Jimmy A rtifvities-Dramatic Ambition-College .4 fvoralion-Football LENA QUEEN Queeniz Aftifvities-Girl Reserves, Big Sis- ters A mbition-Secretary Afvomtion-Collecting coins MARGARET QUEEN Margie Aftifvities-Red Cross Ambition-Private Secretary Afuomtion-Reading JAMES QUINN Blaze Activities-Tennis .4 fnbition-Niachinist Awocalion-Collecting stamps T.S.K. CLEMENS RAITH Adifvitier-Movie Crew, College, Dramatic, P. A. Crew, Camera, Council, Current Events, D. P. S. .-finbilion-Machinist Awxocation-Ice Skating GLORIA RAU Rnd Artifvities-Girl Reserves, Sports Activity Ambition-Nurse Afvoration-Sewing HILDA REDMOND Sixty Artiwities-Girl Reserves, D. P. S. Ambition-Beauty Operator Afvofation--Sports DAVID REGAN Bob Artifvities-Assembly Usher, Sketch Book, Current Events, Home Room President, Council Ambitio n-Avi ator Alfvofation-Swimming WILLIAM REGAN Bill Adi-vitie:-Sketch Book, Current Events, D. P. S. .flmbition-Lawyer Alvnfation-Building planes CATHERINE RENDA Kinga Aftiwitier-Girl Reserves Ambition-Dancing flfvofutinn-Attending movies WILLIAM RITCHEY Ritchey Activities-Rifle, D. P. S., Stage Crew Ambition - Professional Photo- grapher Aworation-Photography ANGELO ROBBE Ang Aflifvitie:-Business Manager of Sketch Book, Hi-Y, Tennis, D. P. S. Ambition-Band Manager Awofation-Collecting records ELLA MAE ROBINSON Activities-Music Appreciation Ambition-Seamstress Afvoration-Reading RODERICK ROBINSON Rod Artivitiex-Baseball Ambition-Doctor Awomtion-Softball I 'H .. 19 Q s ii 5 5 1 l 1 I 1 1 1 i Fifty-ji7Je l v i 1 ANN ROCHE Annie Aidiwities-Leaders, Life Saving, Basketball Ambition-Buyer .-Ifvomtion-Dancing LOUIS ROESSLER Louie Aflifvities-Band, Orchestra, 12B Football Ambition-Orchestra Leader Arvocation-Cabinet Maker .4-V MA IN ROGAN Bu! flffiillififf -- , lleyball, Base oster Ch 'rman, Ho om President, Basket- ball. A mbition-Football Coach .4110 ration-Football LA VERNE ROSE Torflly Avtivities-Tennis .-Imbition-Music Teacher A-vofation--Dancing VVILHELIVIINA ROSS Billie .'lt'liWilit?.Y1F1'8l1Cl'l Jmlzition-Social Service VVorker nlfuozvztion-Dancing LILLIAN ROSSVVOG Pinky ,4rtifviti1'5-Girl Reserves, Red Cross .-I mbition--Stenographer flfvorntion-Collecting souvenirs Ffffy-.3-f,f J! JUNE RUSSELL unie Artiwitiex-Aviati X i Sisters, Girl Reserves R - Ambilion-Teacher Afvorafion-Roller Skating HENRY RYAN Henry Ar'tiq1itieJ-Book Ambition-Business Man Hrvoralion-Model Airplanes GERALDINE SAUNDERS Pibhy Arliwilies-Girl Reserves Ambition-Beautician Afuoration-Collecting souvenirs PHILIP Q55 Sonny ' I es- ,and 4 mhiti -Busine s flwofa 'on-S ALAN SCHULZ Srhulz .4rtifvitie:-Council, Home Room Vice President Ambition-Engineer .4410 ration-Model airplanes BERENICE SCHWARTZ Bonnie .flftifvities - Program Chairman Home Room, Volleyball, D. P. S., Home Room Secretary Ambition-Costume Designer Alfuorntion-Dancing ua W' me ' K f I fa -s.. if 3 X M ra V , ,U WILLIAM SCHWARZ Sookie Alrtifvitiex-Science Club, Mushball Ambition-Commercial Art Aivoration-Model Railroading JOSEPHINE SCIALABBA Jo Alftifvitifr-College, National Hon- or, Personality, Big Sisters, School Reporter Almbitinn-Dietician .4fLfo1'11Zion-Singing PHYLLIS SCOTT Penny .flfzifvitins-Big Sisters, Camera, Commercial Ambition-Social Worker .'1'U0fIlfi0771sP0l'fS ANTHONY SCURO Tony Artiwfties-Aviation flmbftion-Aeronautical Engineer Alfuofation-Aviation SYLVAN SEMPLE Sonny Artirvitier-Dramatic, Track, Foot- ball, Volleyball, Basketball Ambition-Mail Clerk ,4fvo1'11tion-Reading FLORENCE SMITH Flo Arti-vilir:-Home Room Secretary Ambition-Sewing Teacher Afvoration-Dancing PAUL SMITH Activities-Council Ambition-Designer Afuomtion-Photography JOHN SOMMA A rlifvilies-Basketball Am lzition-Machinist Afvoralion-Reading WILLIAM SPAHR Foo Babe Bill Aftirvitiey-Bulletin Staff R'fl , 1 e Ambition-Sports Reporter Aworalion-Baseball LIDA SPEAKMAN Speak Artiwitiex-Big Sisters, Life Sav- ing, Girl Reserves Ambition-Swimmer Afvomtion-Swimming LEROY SPRAGUE Skeet: Artifvities-D. P. S., Safe Drivers Ambition-Transport Pilot Awomtion-Swimming KATHERINE STATON Kattie Activities-Girl Reserves, Person- ality, Commerce, Chorus Ambition-Beautician Afvomtion-Sewing Fifty-seven Fifty-01'gl1f KLENORE STEEL Diddy f I Adi-vities-National Honor, Col- lege, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, Camera, Red Cross ,flmlzition-Brain Surgeon ,4fUof'11linn-VValking LORRAINE STELLUTE Dolly JIrtiwitifr-Volleyball, Commercial Almlzition-Business Sch l Awomtion-Skating N STEWARMA Stefw Alftilvz J- ' Al mM e Lineman r4fU0lY1lI Fishing KATHLEEN STONER :Ilrtifvitifs--Basketball, Drum Majorette, Girl Reserves :Imbitiun - Physical Teacher .-lfwrrztion-'1'en1iis XVI LL1 Allwl STR.'XNC1E .lr'lifUitif.v-T1'ack Kay Volleyball, Dramatic, Education Bill fl mbilion-Auto Mechanic ,Jawratir1nwB1iyiIig records VIRGINIA SWVYERS Ginger rlrfifvitivf-Dramatic, Big Sisters, Orchestra :Imbitinn-Social Service Worker .-Iawrrltion-Reading LAWRENCE TAMBURRI Larry A ftifvilies-Orchest1'a Ambition-College ,4fvaration-Photography MARGARET TARDY Margy Adi-ville:--Girls' Sports, Big Sis- ters, Book, Camera Ambition-Social Worker Afvofation-Dancing JEAN TEDESCO squeaky Aftifvities-Sketch Book, Council, President Home Room, Volley- ball, Basketball, Mushball Ambition-Business -College Afvofation-Scrap Books HENRIETTA THOMAS Hinky Xlftifzxitiar-President of Home Room Ambition-Singer i41vofation-Commercial Art PAULINE TIERNO Poofhle Aftifvitim-Red Cross, Sports Ac- tivity Al mbition--Secretary xlamration-Roller Skating RUTH TREESE Blondie 1411i-vitirs-D1'amatic, D. P. S., Assembly Usher Ambition-Beauty Operator A4w0 a CAROL TUCKER Chfefurfe Arlifvitifr-Sports Activity, Big Sisters, Camera, Book Amlliliorz-Kindergarten Teacher Azioration-Reading BETTY VERONES Parkie Artifvitier-D. P. S., Big Sisters Ambition-Private Secretary fffroralion-Dancing U RICHARD VIT RO yfllff fhtifvil' " ,1 of Council, ij 1 ,, Hi-Y, Current E ents, JV ' Home Roo Pr sidapt, I .Su Bulletin, Mfgba dllege, wggmgwfsff- P lj KJ :lion-lVliIitz1ry Academy If .f4rvoff1tion-Dancing WILLIAM VOLLI'-IER Bud xl ffiillififi'-'Hl'yv, Chess i4Nl,lifi0H-RCPOl'ICf Aaeofatiozz-Skating MARY VVALKNEY Mary Bm Aftifvitify-Sports Activity .lmbition--Swimmer ,4vorutio11-Skating DONALD WALTZ Don Adi-vitiex-Varsity Tennis, Hi-Y, Basketball Ambition-Physical Education In- Stl'l1Ct0l' Awofaiion-Sports MARY VVARFIELD S7l00k1l77I.Y Xlrtfwilifs-Girl Reserves, D. P. S., Rifle, Book, Italian Ambition-Dancer Azoffzlien-Dancing BETTIE WARD Betsy Aftiwities-Cheerleader, Leaders, Dramatic, Big Sisters, Girl Re- serves, Volleyball, Basketball Ambftian-Actress A-'vofalion--Collecting short jokes ALICE WASHINGTON Al Artifvitim-National Honor, Col- lege, Leaders, Tennis, Girl Re- serves, Book Ambition-Teacher fIz'ar:1tion-Skating EDWARD WASHINGTON Bubbie Ac'tifvitie.v-D. P. S. Ambition-Music Recorder AUOIAIIIIIIH-MllSlC IRENE WASHINGTON Pat Adi-vitiey-Red Cross, Girl Re- serves AI mbilion-Beautician .4-roration-Dancing VVARREN WATSON J. W. Artivities-Orchestra, Band Ambition--Chemist Afuoration-Playing the trumpet . as .... if '39, f? l . fs l- 1 qT"r-' 3 - ' -- .... ::-2-2" 1 i Fifty-nine ROBERT WATT Bob Artiwities-Dramatic Ambition - Business Administra- tion Afvofation-Swimming BETTY WEAVER Daisymllf Afti-vities-Dramatic Ambition-Actress Afvotation-Designing WILLIAM WEISS Burk Activities-Sketch Book, Rifle Ambition-Engineer Afvocation-Making model trains EUGENE WEISSER Gene Activities-Aviation A mbition-Photograplier Afvomtion-Photography VERA WHETSELL Ki! Adiwitirs-Chorus Ambition-Private Secretary Awfomtion-Skating Sixty EDWARD WHITE Eddie Activities - Secretary National Honor, Editor Sketch Book, Leaders, Council Ambition-Accountant A-vomtion-Sports REBECCA WHITE Becky Activities-Tennis, Big Sisters, Red Cross, D. P. S., Girl Reserves Ambition-Singer Afuomtion-Reading ELEANOR WILLMAN Honey Artifvities-Girl Reserves, Big Sis- ters, Life Saving, Tennis Ambition-Beauty Operator Afuocation-Swimming LOIS WILSON Whiz Aftifvities--Tennis, Big Sisters, Girl Reserves, D. P. S., Volley- ball, Dramatic Ambition-Nurse Afvoration--Dancing MILFORD WILSON Red A1'tifvitie.f--Class Football, Track Ambition-Electric Welder Afvomtion-Football . bv' jj J if ful, WILLIAM WILSON Bill Activities-Leaders, College, Dra- matic, National Honor, Man- ager Volleyball, Home Room President, Rilie Ambition-Carnegie Tech Aavoralion-Baseball ROBERT WIMER Dearon Actifvities-D. P. S. Ambition-Lawyer Awocation-Saving jefferson nick- els JUANITA WINCHESTER Nita Activities-Girl Reserves, Tennis, Personality Ambition-Nurse Af-vofalion-Swimming JOE YALENTY Red A'ctifuitie.f-Football, Track Ambition-College A-vocation-Collecting stamps CAMILLE YANNIELLO Dixie Adi-vitie:-Girl Reserves Ambition-Secretary Afooralion-Skating JOSEPHINE YARBROUGH Joe Activities-D. P. S., Red Cross, Speedscript Ambition-Seamstress Afuocation-Sewing JAMES YUILLE Comati Activities-Aviation Ambition-Aviator Awocation-Auto Mechanics THERESA ZACCARI Tezy Actifvities-Girl Reserves, Council, D. P. S. Ambition-Telephone Operator Awocation-Music RUTH ZIEGLER ziggif Artiwities-Sketch Book, Girl Re- serves Ambition-Saleswoman A-vocation-Dancing THOMAS ZUMMO T. Z. Aftilvities-Leade1's, D. P. S. Ambition-Entertainer Afvofation-Swing musicians Sixty-one Room 9 JEAN Txznesco ..... ..,..................................,........ P resident ALAN SCHULZ ........ .. ..,.,............., Vice President RUTH TREESE ...............,....,........... Secretary and Treasurer JOSEPHINE AMATO ...............................,..........,, Bank Cashier FLASH! . : - . : - . : - ROOM 9 brings you the roving reporter Ruth fFidlerj Ziegler in a program of personalities. P E R S O N A L S Elvira Agnoli Anna Roche Nice . - - jolly - . - friendly . - Likes all boys . . . mostly out-of- talkative . . . pleasing smile. town bgys , , , talkative , , , pretty Josephine Aniato eyes' . Setter known as Babe . likgd Lillian Rosswog by a . . . enjoys sports . . . inten s Likes Walking i I l Sweet ' D G joy- to work. - . ous . . . pleasing personality . . . good Irene Heres dancer, Friendly . . . ideal secretary . . dresses well . . . nice hair. Alanvsfhuld 1 ki d d Connie Bum ery nice oo ing . . . goo ancer Shy . ' I pretty eyes u ' ' likes the . . . pretty hair . . . likes Ann M. boys . . . always busy. William Schwarz Gloyia Falling Sf100kS . . . Studious . . . likes to Good sport . . . quiet . . . favorite Sleep ' - ' Seed SPON- soliligpggohnnie, Ohlu . . . we wonder Jean Tedesw W Y' " D D Very cute . . . talkative . . . pet Eugeffe Ffffhlem' . peeve in Peabody . . . always smiling -I1ggs is well liked by all . . . en- , l , loves dancing. joys music .- . . likes the girls . . . teaser. . Ruth Treese - . Good actress . . . interested in Mainie Gibson . Popular with the boys . . . cute Iijfnl 223 ' pretty ' ' ' Jolly ' ' ' . . . delights in hair dressing. C ees 1e'pmS' Thomas Kelly Q... A-at Williain Vollnier Handsome . . . likes to sleep . .if Likes girls - . - full of fun . . . liked by girls , , , enjoys Cogking, good sport.. . . tall . . . good-looking Betty Kowcic . . . mischievous. - Talkative . . . enjoys singing . . Irene Wifi-9hm.9f0n ideal secretary. Quiet . . . sweet . . . likes boys Eugene Mack . . . friendly to all. Quiet . . . reserved . . . likes girls Eugene W eisser - - ' Vlee versa - - - 5hY- Delights in photography . . . taps Albert Mgldyay a pretty pencil . . . known as Butch Studious . . . well liked by every- - - i Alan 5 Stooge- one . . . very good public speaker. Ruth Ziegler Nick Parafvate Better known as Giggles . . . al- Tall . . . full of fun . . . popular ways laughing . . . very sweet . . . . . . liked by teachers . . . lot of per- noisy . . . interested in Carrick . . Sfvlmlity. likes dancing. Sixty- two Joe Molinaro ........ Pearl Lanier ......... Mary Warfield ...,..... Ralph Capone ....... Room 21 1 ANNA MARIE PRUNTE ......,. ........,,., P resident JACK KNAPP .................. ...... V ice President JACK MCLAUGHLIN ................,.,............................. Secretary TRY TO IMAGINE drearning of Hedy Lflinclri' a boyfriend ......sitting in her own seat during preliminary period whistling during fifth period noise Mary Walkney ....... Myron Buckley ........ Fred Jones ............ Richard Booth ................ Anna Marie Prunte .......... Jack McLaughlin ....... Katherine Renda ........ Eleanor Willman .... Jack Knapp ................. Nancy Guadagnino ..,..... Hilda Redmond .......... Russell Mitts ............... William Mahoney .......... Richard Karl .............. Philip Scassera ........ Doris Judd ..... I ......... Clifter Lawrence .,... Herman Krapf .,...... Dorothy Lauletta .... Walter Gibson ......... Edward Barsditis ....... Theresa Zaccari ....... Gloria Rau ............ Rebecca White .......,. Twila Miller ............ Dorothy Crawley ........ Irene Krause ............ not arguing with Fred Jones ..........doing his English without help .......without his shorthand books having fun quiet ..........talking during fifth period fast ..,...............being absent .......without her diinples ............not rlzewing gum ..................1nissing the Honor Roll ....,.,.without his Sunday' Press story blushing ........studying ...........late for school .......taking things easy ........working hard feet tall ....,....never siniling lazy black hair ..........not talking to Pea-rl Lanier .............C0pying her honieworle ..........'without Williain Mahoney ..........without her honiework done ANNA MARIE PRUNTE Sixty-three Sixty-four 4 nl 'X' 0. - , 5 .Z J 4,4 ,I h +4 A AAN, 7:9 ffl!! .U I li' l . I 1 L 5 AX4 . ' . ' , 4 AX k .V ..' X F r ., 11 'W 1 ,, y ,fd - 1 1 'T El '- I J VVILLIAM GIANNETTA ....., DAVID REGAN ,..., ......,. .... ...... -IOSEPHINE TRISTIANA Vv.... President Vice President Secretary NIARCELLA FREILAND .....,...,.w. ..... T reasnrer ELSIE PELLICCIONI ,v.........,.... ,,.....,w,... .. ...,., S enator DIANE INIIGLIOZZI, VVILLIAM REGAN .......,.A ...,... P rograni FAVORITE ALIBIS Elisabeth Lee - I had a terrific headache. Angeline Consolo - Had a bad cold. Betty Hnekestein - It was 'l'urner's fault. Edward Farrish - How did I know you wanted an excuse? foe Antore - I was needed at home. Jane M iglioszi - Sorry, but I didnlt have 1ny watch. Elsie Pellieeioni - Oh, last night was date night! Antoinette Lollo - Had a terrible toothache. .Mary Ann Grneei - I had a bad pain in the side. Bereniee Schwartz - I couldn't find time to write excuses. Marty Rogan - I didn't have time. Bill Giannetta - I had a heavy date. Patricia Mnllaney - I forgot. Carinen Popp - I went to church. Evelyn Kibel - I didn't hear the alarm. Angela Callara - VVhy didn't they call me? William Regan - Too sleepy to write! Edward Collins - I went hunting. Catherine Elsasser - Had a bad cold in de haid. Clem Raith - Things is too bitter. Jeanne Cole - Gee, that stage show was grand! Ferne Fiedler - It was Bulletin Staff business. Florence Sinith - I didn't hear about it. Dorothy Lloyd - Why didn't someone remind me? Anne Mittereder - Why? Wliat's new? LaVerne Rose - It slipped my mind. Dave Regan - I-Iow was I to know? Roderick Robinson - The clock didn't alarm. Marcella Freiland - I didnlt know about it. Dorothy Hunter - I didn't understand. William Krueger -- I had to go on an errand for 1ny mothei Caroline Fiore - I can't think of an alibi. lv C. Fr Room 2 jul lloykxic ,,,,, ,,,,.,,,w... I 'uwxirlclzf Grzoizrziz .1X1.r.IsoN ,,.. ,,,, I 'irc II1'l'.Yl.ffl'lIf -lonx QQIIIAYARULI .,,, ,,,, . , ,,,,, ,.,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,. . S il't'l'l'flIl'LX' BLUE MONDAY XYell. Nlonclay morning is here again. .Ns I approach Room 2, I can see Sam Bourne, the "early hirclf' clown hy the lunch wagon. I have to close my eyes when along comes Martin Hysong with that Chinese rerl shirt. In a huclflle. I see Louis Falvo and his sicleskick. Erminio Cosentino, who have alreacly started the usual claily argument on the war in Central Europe against opponents George Baker ancl Mario Andonisio. I,ater on, Frank Caputo joins in the argument ancl, still later. I hear Howdy Claus tell them that they are all "crazy," William Grieco, a quiet Romeo, is hearcl to remark to his Irienrl Lewis Neeson, "Those guys are ahsolutely nuts." You know Lewis Neeson, the hoy who is always pestering "I'at." Nearhy is Al Papale, the laflies' man, talking to sleepy Angelo Carbone. Henry Regan and George Booker are humming popular songs as they drift to their henchesi jack Her- ron, who can tell more tales than "Major Hoople." is cliscussing history or- ganization notes with George Allison. George is that goocl-looking fellow with the foothall letter. William Weiss sticks his heacl in the floor and yells "I'resent." Mr. Emerson is getting userl to it now. At the souncl of the bell. Mr. Emerson calls the class to orcler ancl hegins the roll call. Dominic Abrioli is so small that Mr. Emerson cloesn't see him and almost marks him ahsent. John Chiavaroli is in the hack of the room writing in a notehook while look- ing at another exactly the same, except that the other has a different name on the front. Mike Belluscio who lives two hlocks from the school comes in late as usual. Then as I glance about the room, I think to myself. "XX'ell. welll lfyery clay's the same thing!" l L IMQRNARD O'I.mi:Y. Si.rfy-ive Room 57 JOE YALENTY ..........,... ..,........ P resident MARJORIE CRISSMAN ..... .,.,. I fire President RAY MANGO .,.,.........,, ......,,,, . Secretary lNlARY FERREY .,......,. ..... C ashier VVILLIAM GARONE .e4.....,...,,.......,........,.........V ..e. . Yenator IN THE CORNERS OF 57 Betty Bergtold working to get more subscribers to the Bulletin. Margaret Boone giving private lessons in chemistry. Mary Ciaccia studying for her next dramatic part on our stage. William Cochrane wondering why he can't catch on to chemistry. Francis Colonello dreaming about the day when he'll be the Mozart of USA. Thelma Denholm quietly studying to be a dress designer. Louise Duffy trying in vain to become an A pupil in shorthand. Ralph Falvo reading his Superman magazines. Bernard Ferraro lazily looking out of the window. Mary Ferrey trying her best to make everyone bank. Gloria Fiore trying to please everyone but getting nowhere fast. Gordon Forsyth Ending things more interesting in the hall. Dorothy Friend practicing to become the worldls fastest typist. Beatrice Gaither just quietly reading. Ruth Gardiner using activity period for a beauty salon. William Garone learning to type in "Ten Easy Lessons." Casimer Gasiorowski looking for someone to argue with. Dorothy Geiger just studying. Antoinette Graziano trying to get her hair to curl. Bella Gentile trying to get more subscribers to the Sketch Book. Regis Greenway waiting for the big day when he'll be chosen to sing on the Hit Parade. Homer Hockenberger insisting he doesn't owe a library fine. Ray Mango boasting that no one in the school is bigger than he. Richard Musgrave reading Western magazines. Marion Neubauer studying hard to make highest honor. Paul Smith wondering why his middle name is Rita. William Spahr strolling in one minute after the late bell has rung. Warren Watson trying his best to become the best mathematician in school. joe Yalenty looking for someone to type his outlines. GLORIA FIORE. Si.1.'1y-.viii Favorite Sayings ROOM 318 1 Anna Botta-Well, all right! 2 Susie Gliatta-You donlt say! 3 Romaine Jackson-Aw, baby! 4 Milvera McGuin-Ah, cut it out! 5 Mary Piano-Gee whiz! 6 June Russell-Aw, shucks! 7 Carol Tucker-Oh, gosh! ROOM 214 1 Paul DeMaglio-Very funny! 2 Vincent Falvo-Absolutely! 3 Mona Goss-I'm in the groove! 4 Marie Makel-Get me a ham sandwich! 5 Williaiii Patterson-But, definitely! 6 Phyllis Scott-Honestly, kid? 7 Pauline Tierno-I don't get it. ROOM 320 1 Dan Gentilcore-That's right! 2 Erik Greiff-Ah, g'wan! 3 Virginia Manzi-Oh, how cute! 4 Cornelius Patterson-Wliy' sure! 5. Margaret Tardy-Ah, cut it out! 6 Lawrence Tamburri-Yes, very tasty-ve 7. Lois Clawson-He's my honey. ROOM 217 - 1. Ruth Bassett-Quote-Unquote. 2. Margaret Perry-No kiddin'! 3. Louise Reimers-You know what? ry very tasty. ROOM 301 l Maxine Bowman-Fancy that! 2. Margaret Lavelle-He's mellow. 3. Katherine Staton-That's swell. 4. Lorraine Stellute-Just imagine! 5. Mike Esposito-That's me. 6. Edward Hoke-Oh, why not? 7. Albert Lauerman-Did you hear? 8. Juanita Winchester-Yea, we have a quiz. ROOM 258 1. Edward Auel-Better late than never. 2. Dorothy Clark-Hello, Joe. 3. George Colaizzi-What'd ya know. kid? 4. Charles Fitch-Don't let it worry you. 5. Bertha Howard-Indeed! 6. Joanna Loffreda-Ain't it the truth? 7. Jeanne Murphy-You're out! 8. 9. Betty Weaver-VVOO! Woo! Margie Meglio-You ain't only say'n'. I MARGARET FELBINGER Si.rty-seven I eakw-Bai-1009 -.. L 1 T Q 'J mi 'N . N igzn -- 'gn F3531 v Ligsonav W his mind K F' fills? ..f ESJBRD Que: CCDGSP purple' Y A D i Qfovsyfhj G mx im Bm-'folivva F61-nn? 21 N Q Q C, f K 959 MX 2 j 'mega L, Q: X Clif' 2121-8 mm Mm Va' GHRBODEN W Ill HHH WHHMIHII ,N -1 'viz'-2.2 3tudeMS Viqewpgmf Q7 qw A ---+-ff My f-bf., Q qw gloom 330 if D Egfr: 'X X f I Hi 51 '23 JK VK XX-Ak! J Xixjz-10: 1 ' i s 1 l I 1? 'HL Pen-log I Lvldu 'livnel .0-' 1 ? S i.r!y-vigil! FORGET" J Q3 A YN aff' cial' for ygw at Seven? '-fB, Ferrarob E' O'K5N0N and L will be read .-Jiforbes W , X , 5, f . ,. Q fra Q A fi r ' L' ? ff! Bl -P' X I 35 - X f 2 g 3 N Q 2 '9'f,,,f,,, c1G5g,,?,,r X .'Q i 'fi f F . i Q 1 Q Huff W A 1 CJr'1,Gia-rrneTT'A I ' 7 x in gf .P Q -.., Q n, V rn V . v 5 , 1 , Ia! 1 , Knoppaf X X Y X 4 SCOfcH1'nq-nt Granfrn h v X IHIH as .Q X 3 - gl ' - .' ' n' .5 - . A- -5-if X X Y f N see what I of Ln'--'Q -... '. .Cv x 4,41 '3?vRRO"f QU" fem? VLA, Nc Kgylzlc 5 I ,lv ' ,G-xx ff . b S A ,.1.e4f,.zvdle A IVIIS 4 IHA . Rti Q 'Xlbffv wah , - : Exgfix iff BA ,fg . g V 7 Come oT1,.ReiJ, ii, - aYo""e lJe'Il never gel: QE, 'OVC i fo the game n ff- Il Iwi in J 1 TJ" L' Si.rfy-izilze Uhr 3 4 652122112 Vol.. XI-56 Nov. 15, 1953 THREE CENTS LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD The band of Bernard McMann who lived in Pittsburgh for thirty years has been chosen as one of ten all-swing bands. It will be shown to Pitts- burghers in Miss Jean De- Simone's beautiful night spot at the Come Right Inn. 0i A VVestinghouse High School report room, 354 namely, will have a grand reunion at Central Park in Pittsburgh. They may bring the whole family as there will be plenty of food and en- tertainment for all. ...Ol Lady Lawyer Kathryn Cervone is to have her first big case this week. Her office is located at 354 River Road, VVash- ington, Pa. . ,101 Mr. Louis VValler has completed his long study in three different colleges and is now ready to start the practice of medicine. His business address will be 3117 Riverboard Ave., Manhattan Island, New York. OFFICE JOBS TO BE GIVEN TO OUTSTANDING APPLICANTS The following will have lifetime jobs with the gov- ernment as secretaries and office bossesg Ted Jeannette, Helen Aller, Mary Barbara, Helen Clo- herty, Martha Davis and Elsie Guyon. io, Three former Westing- house students leave ffor the Olympics in Europe today. They are Anthony Donatelli, Frank Cerchi- aro, and Sidney Mittle- man. Norman Saunders will go as assistant coach and water boy. - - - Good luck, fellows! ici THEATRE NOTES Green Gardens is pre- senting that latest stop- erstep by Billy Boulden, the King of Taps with Miss Bell, the Queen of Song. - Miss Oliver is singing in the Sunset Room at 7 P. M. this evening - Anthony De- Renzo has the lead in Il Leovader now playing at the Nixon. - Josephine Barbarita is doing the Egyptian Stomp at the Swan Inn tonight. FAMOUS HYGIENIST TO VISIT EUROPE FOR STUDY Miss Jeanne A,ller hopes to visit the great schools of Central Europe in pre- paration for her career in the good old U. S. A. We shall be looking forward to her return. .......O.-.- FASHION PLATE Mesdames Bertolina and Haggerty produce a new fashion design whic-h will prove to be their master- piece. 10... Buddy "H" Fisher is 'to open a long-time engage- ment at the High Steppin' Club on Broadway. He has with him a ten-piece all-girl orchestra with five big acts, including singing and dancing. Don't miss this life of leisure dancing to the music of Buddy Fisher. Lo, APPLICATIONS FOR MARRIAGES Miss Margaret Johnson. Miss Gretchen Haines. Mr. William Nedz. Miss Harriet Price. lo? ANTHONY ANANIA DOES IT AGAIN Mr. Anania will ftell how he traveled around the earth in two days by super plane. SU'Zf'P1If.V Room 302 DORA GEORGE .,...,. .......,.... President CLAIRE LYNCH ...,.... ...... V ice President ROSE DELSANDRO ....,. ........... S erretary NEIL HAND ,.,,............,,......................,...,... ..A..... - S'enat0r 302 ALPVHABET A-is for Anthony, his first name is Joe, B-is for Becher, Elsie, you know. C-is for many. Some of them are Costa, Carb, Caldwell, and Carr. D-is for Donatelli and Robert DiPaolo, Marion DeLong and Rose Delsandro E-is for Edward McCloskey, a mischievous lady is for Franco and Faloon-to have, we are glad. G-is for Dora George and Bill Galbraith, In our school they have great faith. H-is for Hurd, Hand, and Alfred Hinchg Marguerite Higginbotham completes that clinch. -is for none. Oh, we regret it! -is for our only Edith Jarrett. K-is for Kindness, we try to preach, L-is for Linn, Lombard, and Lynch. M -is for McKillop, McKnight, and McGrealg Betty Murray ends them Qfor realj. F, I J N-is for Nils Henderson, that tall sturdy man, O-is for order. This we demand. P-is for Pauline Pockets, a jolly lass, Q-is for none, not one, alas! R-is for Louis Roessler, whom I think you might know, S-is for Sonny Semple, our football hero. T-is for our Teacher, Miss Schillingerg U-is for "U" who are sincere to her. V-is for Virtue, we all try to possess, W-is for Waltz, Ward, and Wilson and all the rest. X-is for X-tras, as you might know, is for Camille Yanniello. is for the closing, Y- Z1 We wish to extend Success and best wishes to all of our friends. DORA GEORGE Seventy-one Room 208 LUCY IWAGGIO ,... ,,....,...,.,,...,.,....,....... , . ......... .. ROBERTA DAVIS .....AA...,,.. GERAI.DINE A NDREVVS ...... LENORE STEEL ........... ASN lsxfxvn 4501 L.Qun4n f'5,l-lmsu, E .Baa-A kl.VJ1Nf5,.K T- evict! President Vifv PI'CS1kf611f Sccrefaryf Ejnkliv, E.,lR6X0fs.SIs-1 J. Qc.-Q.-CVT Scnatori Bflev uv-at L, .l"Ns.xX2o L51-mx P5,'ioNpWon. Q. Qavn -x.QaIg.., XA-Yq1nu-I4 5-cv-Avv-11.-Axa K. m,,Xg.k V. '5,g.XnNMz -2.55am-slug H go' If -X ' ' 'A .5 an. aww- N. Kivsmqxj uf. ,gf Q 7 E Ks Hlybuxkfs -5. Himktog 'ff is Q Q" -I xv., Hvs'-1 CWS Q.Fv..u.13 K X 0" svwmn Q5 , Fqqfwve. 7'uoK hee.. ..-.-f-f'X- ...N-,-,,. C----f f ,RS X kf ff A S .WF 'A++ Z f I X 'zvx if T 1wMw?. Mu, K1XmR15 Np.w1Xsvx D' nut' S-Atv Kb Q,NusskQyiXgyx Rakim- BXXw,,.,u5 SX 'KM-L, xxoovv. +411 -asv. -EX'-3-3Aki""" avul Amd, 11sQ.vvxXoX3vu.v..x's wgvvagxxx g0KVxQxa0.w'K'aX . Sl"UL'l1f1V-f'ZUO Room 1 1 ROBERT EDMONSTON ............................., ,, ........... President TONY PIETROPOLA ........, ,.... V ive President FRANK ABBRUZZESE ..... ....... S ecretary EDWARD MCCUNE ....,.., ....,.. S euaitor FAVORITE PASTIMES IN SCHOOL OUTSIDE SCHOOL MOFFAT fScottyJ GRANT ......... .Arguing .......................,........ Visiting the Swing Shanty BOB EDMONSTON .......... Acting as president of class ............,.,............... Talking CARL CESTRA ,........ Arguing, studying .............. Reading JIM De FRANCESCO .....,.. ,Arguing .............,.,... .. BOB WATT ,,.,... Taking life easy .............,.... JOE SULLIVAN ,...... Trying to be a "good" student .......................... FRANK Uumboj ABBRUZZESE...Studying, sleeping ............. BOB CUNNINGHAM .......... T rying to do night work .... THOMAS CRAWFORD ......,.. Studying .............................. JOHN SOMMA ......... Night work, arguing, dis- cussing world affairs .... JOE CAPONE .....,.,. Sleeping, daydreaming ........ NICK MORELLI ........ Debating on world affairs .... TONY PIETROPOLA ...v...... Doing homework exclusively' .................. SAM BOWLER ......... Ta king, messin' around ...... EDDIE MCCUNE ,.....,. Arguing ....... JIM YUILLE ,,,,,,,,,, Arguing .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, NORMAN fStewJ STEWART .......i, T alking, doing homework .... DAVE MCARTI-IUR ....,.,,.. Arguing ................................ OSCAR VAUGHN ....,.... Reading autobiographies .... FRANKIE PALMIERI ......... Studying a little too hard???????? ...... . Sleeping, sports Feeding ice cream to "babies" Eating, sleeping Reading, hiking Reading Basketball Reading f Zane Greyj Sports Playing drums Dancing, saving war pictures Sports Loafing on the corner of Homewood and Ben- nett Streets Dancing, eating Olive relish sandwiches Reading, electric appliances Building model airplanes Reading, acting Playing drums, mechanical drawing Raiding refrigerators in spare time EDWARD MCCUNE Seventy-three ffl F,-arf Room ESTH ER KERR ,,,, , WILLIAM VVILSUN ...... LUCILLE CAPUTO A. w. FLORENCE HILL ...... . AQFRA CANZIAN ..,,, buford jarr je Ho lawr charles ber Vi walter h domenic betty g willi edy richard v george mc ke mar fred ca esthe anna le fl robert wi Seventy-four W illiam little E A R E G R A D U A T I N G F R O M tt n forbes ence hill nce nardini stresser ginia swyers rtranft i leo eth m wilson he jefferson taro zie aret meyers azzo kerr nne er 207 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Senator lucille capu o josep lodovico rob rt miletti anna czol a clara ma hallgren jo ephine de lio ru 11 hedges italo ca telli lois pis hke vera W etsell evelyn d wds james br Wn byrdie uck miss carr e kim elea or Sweeney guy ama o tony scur ed W ard mc cammon afra can N zian R1cHARD VITARO Class Will and Testament We, the classes of 1940, in full possession of crammed minds and well-trained memories, being about to leave this sphere of education, do make and publish this, our last will and testament. Such estates as it has pleased the Fates Cand our hands and brainsj to win for us, we dispose of as follows: I. II III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. We give and bequeath to our principal, Mr. Kistler, our sincere affection, deepest gratitude, and the unlimited wealth of our eternal memory. We make over to him, here and now, a heavy mortgage on our future in the Great Unknown. To Mr. Pedicord, our vice-principal, we give and bequeath the profound admiration and lasting friendship of the classes of 1940. We give and bequeath to the faculty a sweet and unbroken succession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. No longer need they lie awake through the long watches of the night worrying over the uncertainty of whether we have done our nightwork, or whether we have remembered every rule of grammar in preparing our essays. Again, we give and bequeath to our beloved faculty all the amazing knowl- edge and startling information that we have furnished them from time to time on examination papers. We know that what we have imparted to them is a revelation to teachers everywhere, and if the faculty see fit, they are hereby authorized to give such information to future classes and to the world. VVS: give and bequeath to the leading school paper in the city, the Bulletin, all the events of our lives-past, present, and future-with all the wonders, sensations, attainments, and such deserved notoriety and fame with which we have been or may be associated, trusting that it will serve as an inspira- tion to younger students who so naturally look to us as examples. We give and bequeath to the football team of 1940, the ability of last year's team Cif we can coax, induce, or force the 1939 team to surrender itj. To future musicians, we give and bequeath the musical gifts of the Band and Orchestra. "Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast." We give and bequeath to future assemblies the P. A. system. We hope it will always have the S. A. CStudent Appealj it has now. Seventy-five IX. The following 1nay seem triHing bequests, but we feel that we should re- member future classes with these valuable assets and constant reminders A of our generosity. We give and bequeath to our successors: A. The school flag. As they watch its folds of gold and blue waving in the breeze, may they pledge themselves over and over to its allegiance. B. The secret of how to alibi. Apply early and avoid the rush. C. Gur knowledge of economics, philosophy, art, science, and the earth. QVV e trust they may be able to survive itl. X. We do declare the classes of 1941 the real and rightful heirs to: A. Our seats in classrooms and assemblies. May they endeavor to fill them as advantageously, and as promptly and faithfully as we have done. Our seats in lunchtime movies may be taken by whosoever is able to grab them first. B. Any stubs of pencils, erasers, or scraps of paper that we may inad- vertently leave behind us in the excitement of gathering up our cher- ished treasures for the last time. C. Our lockers, for which we no longer have any use, and any "Days Left for Seniors" signs we neglected to erase. D. Our Senior dignity. May they uphold it forever, with all seriousness, endeavoring to realize its vast importance, in spite of their natural lightmindedness. XI. Lastly, we give and bequeath the one thing with which it is hard for us to part-our places in the hearts and thoughts of our advisers and teachers. We trust that our successors will appreciate them as deeply as we have done. All the rest and residue of our property we give and bequeath to our dear and beloved successors, the classes of 1941, for their use and benefit entirely, and to be disposed of for the good of the coming classes. And we do hereby constitute and appoint the said classes the sole executors of this, our last will and testament. Signed: CLASSES OF 1940. In Witness Thcreof: JAMES STEWART INEZ WOMACK Seven ty-six Activities SEPTEMBER-1939 JUNE-1940 CLUB Apparatus ,...... Aviation .......... Basketball .....,,.................. Boys' Non-Swimmers ........ Boys' Junior Leaders ......... Boys' Senior Leaders ......... Bulletin Staff .................. Camera Club ................ Chorus Cjuniorj ......,, College Club ............. Current Events ............ Dramatic C Iuniorj .,.,..... Dramatic CSeniorj ............ French Club ............................... Girl Reserves C9th gradej .... Girl Reserves C10th gradej .......,. Girl Reserves Qllth gradej .......,. Girl Reserves Cl2th gradej ....... Girls' junior Leaders ............... Girls' Life Saving ............. Girls' Non-Swimmers .......... Girls' Senior Leaders ........ Italian Club ..................... Junior Etiquette ............. Music Appreciation .............. National Honor Society ....... Orchestra Club ............... Personality Club ......... Poetry Club ......... I .... Red Cross Club .............. Sketch Book Club .......... Sports Activity ........ Stamp Club ....,..... Student Council ...... Stunt Club ............. Tennis Club ......... Volleyball .,.,... SPONSOR Harsky Jones Zahniser Grupe Grupe Burton .......Miss M. Kim-Mr. Smith Amon Miss Lindbom-Miss Jeffrey Schillinger Shott Handloser .......,.Miss Fohl-Miss Aikin Burgo ........Miss Hinderer Griffiths M. Anderson Gillis .........Miss Snee ........Miss Cook ........Miss Snee Jack D'Ambrosi ........Miss Breckenridge Alexander .........Miss Breckenridge McVicker .......Miss Breckenridge Parrack Thompson ..,.,..Miss Hunter-Miss Beares .............................., Miss Kann Barnett Miss Hetherington-Mr. Ingram Harsky ,.......... Miss Jack Burton Seventy-seven TO EVERY PUPIL IN GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL IS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITY PROGRAM OF THE SCHOOL, THE PURPOSE OF WHICH IS TO TRAIN IN CITIZEN- SHIP, TO PROVIDE SOCIAL CONTACTS, AND TO ENCOURAGE A WORTHY USE OF LEISURE. ACTIVITIES Sketch Book Staff LITERARY STAFF 12-A Editor ....... ...........,.... , EVELYN ROBIN 12-B Editor, ...............,..... , ...... EDVVARD WHITE Assistant Etiiror ......................,....,.. -IAMES HICKCOX Mary Baldassar Carole Bastone Leona Boyd Louise Butker Mary Colazzi Caroline Fiore john Ricciardelli Virginia Heagy Thelma Santora Bernice johnson Grace Schmidt Mary jones jack Sisk Lewis Neeson Grace Tedesco Theodora Donatelli Bernard O'Leary Andrew Tierno Ogaretta Durant jean Palumbo lnez VVnmack Margaret Felbinger VVilliam Regan BUSINESS STAFF 12-A 12-B james Marshall .................... Busineyy Manager james Williams..A.fxi,ftanl Bu.rine.v.f Manager Theresa Gentile ..... ....... , 4d1verti.fing Manager Angelo Robbe ...................... Business llflanager Ross Caldwell .... Assistant Buyiness Manager Ruth Hedges .....,............, 4 dfvertiring Manager Helen Aller Bella Gentile Harry Ringling Ermenia Bathanti Virginia Hobe jean Tedesco Helen Cloherty Margaret Oliver Eugene Thomas Robert Flynn David Regan Ruth Ziegler PHOTOGRAPHY AND LAY-OUT Richard Brunk Mary jane Hussey Frank Pegnato Edward Porter William VVeiss TYPISTS Louise Butlcer june Henry Mary Emme lfiglzl-V National Honor Society Helen Aller Jeanne Aller Clifton Arrington Nora Bailey Mary Barbara Margaret Boone Richard Brunk Dick Burton Elmo Calloway Afra Canzian Lucille Caputo Annette Carb Kathryn Cervone Lois Clawson Helen Cloherty Jeanne Cole Joseph Consolo Gloria D'Alfonso Roberta Davis Rose Delsandro Jean DeSimone David Dulaney Mary Emme Michael Esposito Henry Etheridge Vincent Falvo Howard Fisher Neil Galuzzo Neil Hand Ruth Hieber William Higgins Grayce Hinch Mary Jane Hussey Bernice Johnson Esther Kerr Jack Knapp Jeanne Kuenzig Lee Lacock Ruth Lauterbach Anne LeDonne Jean Loffreda Claire Lynch Marie Makel Frank McHale Clara Miller Twila Miller Ann Mitterecler Russell Mitts Ethel Moore Marcus Morgan Patricia Mullaney Elizabeth Murray Norman Osmundsen Donald Over Lois Pischke Edward Pitz Bert Pollock Clemens Raith Betty Reed Louise Reimers Theresa Santarella Josephine Scialabba Jack Sisk Dolores Stahl Lenore Steel James Stewart Lawrence Tamburri Louis Waller Alice Washington Edward White James Williams William Wilson Inez Womack E ighty-one s x bf" il V9 wx' X I X VVzllter Acler jack ,-Xllen George Allison Mario Anclonisio Carl lionoino Octave Bonomo joseph Czlrlione Curl Cestra George Charlton Xylllllllll Coe Francis Colonello George Curtz lfrznik D'.'Xliezt11clro .Xrinanfl lie Hellis Jack Denning Guy Dunn Francis Farnan Shelclon Fiedler Gorclon Forsyth NYilliani Gztrone Casimir Gztsiorowski Roliert Geffel Robert Geyer F rztnees Golla Donienie Gullizt XYZllt61' Ilzirtranft .lurk Herron I Iqhfx frm Senior Band Homer Hoekenherger Russell Hunter l'hilip Kiszie Joseph Loclovico Joseph Mattern Eclwurfl McCloskey jzunes McFall Ambrose Mclieown Vvlllllllll Mclirell Bernard McMann Phillip Mollers Daniel Owens Williztlii Patterson Hugo Poli Daniel Poinpa Louis Roessler NVyutt Ruther Philip Seassera Robert Sehleieher Michael Seuro VVilliam Snoder joseph Storto Vincent Teclesco Everest Trilli Henry VVelsby XYilhert Yueopino Department of Public Safety Morning Squad Department of Public Safety Afternoon Squad ffl? Assembly Ushers lfiglzthv-flu F lfighty-four Service Room Student Council Sketch Book Room Representatives Senior Dramatic Junior Dramatic Stage Crew Ifighfy-fi wiiifw French College Italian Orchestra yfafzw Big Sisters V Little Sisters BMMQMW I f l fllx fgflll Girl Reserves l lth and 12th Grades Girl Reserves 9th and l0th Grades 4 MQ! 4.9-fb 3Z',JJ,v'J 'S' 'JG Bulletin Staff Football Basketball Track Baseball Gymnastics Tennis Volleyball Mushball Swimming Fencing Cross Country PARTICIPATION IN THE ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES OFFERED BY WESTINGHOUSE HIGH SCHOOL DEVELOPS NOT ONLY A "SOUND MIND IN A SOUND BODY,'I BUT ALSO PROMOTES IDEALS OF FAIR PLAY AND SPORTSMANSHIP, ESSEN- TIALS OF GOOD CHARACTER. :: 1: :: ATHLETICS CHAMPIONS I9 39 Football Team---1939 'I. Santone .,,,.. ,,,,.,,, I Q. H. bl. Sante ,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C., XY. Heilnian Y,,,, .,,,, I I3. lf. Granata ,..... ,Y,,,, V. Dcklinno ,..... , ,,,,,. I .. G. I.. Martin I,I,,,,A ..... . F. Diamond .,,,,, ,,,.... I .. H. bl. Henderson ,,A., ,,,,, . D. Johnson ,.... ,,,,,,, I Q. II. X. l'erri .,.......... Y,,,, . XY. lllilim ,,,,.,. ,I,, I .. E. XY. Sllrott .. ..... I. Iorclan ........ .... I Q. IE. il. Santora ........ ...... Y. Latrouica ..... ..... I 1. B. VI. Molinari, .,....... ...... R. Miletti .......... .... I Q. IC. DI. KIcI.auglilin ...... ...... D. Castelforte ...... ..... . G. Tucker ............... ..... . R. Burton ..,......... ...... C . ll. Ilockcnlverger .......... Ilellaquilla .,... . .... R. T. If. .-Xlmluruzzcse ....... , I. Castclli .,...................... Head Coach ................................, ..lNIr. O. H. Burton N Illgfj'-f'2U0 Chairman Athletic Committee .......... H. I.. Peclicorcl I . R. S. M. G. G C R. .I- .I- I. V. Assistant Coach ........................ Mr. Ralph Zahnizer Demasc ...... Mango ...... Scmplc ....... ...,.., Rogan ...... Allislon ...... Qolaizzi ........... ........ Gasiorowslc Gibson ......... ..... Yalenty ...... Sullivan ..... McCaulley Cimaclor ...... .... Treasurer ................... ........................... X X. Ii.. Crim Ticket Sales ............. ............... ......... Q . M. Diehl Faculty Manager ............... ....... IX Ir. bl. I.. Speer Purchasing Agent ........................ Mr. Hurt Atchison Student Managers Ralph Capone, Iiarl Kramer, Robert Roflclen IQ. G R. T R. H RE 1 .... ..... I .. G 4- I.. E I.. H C. R. G I . B I.. G R. H Yea, Team! Yea, Coach! Here he is - the one and only "Pro" Burton, the miracle man of football. "Pro" will long be remem- bered by the pupils of Westinghouse Qand by the community as Wellj for his outstanding achievement in developing, year after year, football teams of championship caliber. But far greater and more enduring in its effects is his ability to inspire boys to real sportsmanship -4 to be "thorough- bredsf' Hats off to "Pro"l N inety-three Boys' Athletics FOOTBALL A fighting slashing aggregation of VVestinghouse Bulldogs won their Way to last season's championship of the City League. Under the splendid coaching of "Pro" Burton, the Silver Lakers started the season with the hope of again being city champs. Urged on by this hope, the boys went through the season un- defeated and untied and ran the string of consecutive victories up to fifteen straight wins. The nucleus of the team was based on Hockenberger, Semple, Rogan, Col- aizzi, Sullivan, Miletti, McLaughlin, Castelli, Mango, Gibson Ccaptainj, Abbrus- zese, Burton, Latronica, Santora, and Cimador. Because of the individual brilliance shown by joseph "Red" Sullivan, he was honored by the Press by being selected on their All-Scholastic Team. In addition to this he was placed on the second team of the All-State' Squad. The Lakers, grid schedule for the ,40 season reads as follows: Football Schedule for 1940: Sept. 20 ......,.. ......... . At Perry Sept. 28 ......... ..,......, A t Altoona Oct. 4 ........ .......... O liver fherej Oct. 10 ........ .......... A t Allegheny Oct. 18-19 ......... ......, O pen Oct. 25 ........ ...... F ifth Ave. fherej Nov. l ........ ...... A llderdice fherej Nov. 8 ........ .................................. A t South BASKETBALL With extensive practice and several promising new players, Coach Zahniser hopes to present a much improved array of hoopsters who, though they may not be championship bound, will nevertheless try to be strong contenders and cause their rivals plenty of trouble. With outside attractions as well as the usual City League foemen, the schedule promises to be entertaining to the spectators. Al- though the squad is handicapped by their lack of height, Coach Zahniser hopes to offset this disadvantage by the speed and skill of his present players. The starting line-ups will be selected from the following players:- FORWARDS-Ladeda, Cutruzzula, Valentine, Renn CENTERS-Cerchiaro, Harvey, Arnold GUARDS-Cavalier, Lombardi, Frebraro, Chiavaroli, Walters GYMNASTICS Continuing his monopoly on the gymnastic situation, Coach Harsky guided his senior team to the city title. But the junior squad bowed to a strong Baxter team which won the junior championship. With hopes of going to meets at Slip- pery Rock and later at State College, thel team continues practice in the gfym. Boys who took honors in the city meet were :- TUMBLING-Etheridge-first. LONG Hokslz-Etheridge-second. INDIAN CLUBS-MCAYthL1T-HfStQ Curtz-third. Ninety-four PARALLEL BARS-MCAftl1uf-SCCOHdQ Colter-flfthg Antoniono-ninth. HORIZONTAL BARS-Pegnato-firstg Bergstresser-Hfthg Lynn-sixth. SIDE HORSE-VValler-secondg A. Castelli-fourthg Strong-fifth. TOTALS: W. H. S. - 622 Fifth Ave. -- 613.2 Schenley - 531.3 SWIMMING While the gridmen, basketballers, and gymnasts were supplying the thrills for the time being, the mermen were in the pool increasing their speed in the Water. They look forward to successful meets during the season. Schedule : January 25 .,.,....,.,..... At Turtle Creek January 29 ................ Connelly here QPendingj February 5 ...,............ At Allderdice February 8 ................ At Fifth Avenue February 1 .............,.. South here February 15 ....,........... At Carrick fPendingj February 19 ................ At South Hills February 22 ................ At Schenley February 24 ................ Western Regional Meet at Slippery Rock 2 March ................ PIAA State Meet at Penn State March 16 ................ Tech Relays and Sr.j BASEBALL Under the leadership of Mr. Grupe, the Westinghouse diamond nine faces a very gruelling schedule for the '40 season. Ten games in all will be played against Allderdice, Schenley, Peabody, Washington Vocational, and South. N inety- five Girls' Athletics The girls of Westinghouse have become champions also in athletics, the result of the efficient leadership of Miss Jack, Miss Kann, Miss Cook, and Miss Snee. SENIOR CLASSES Miss jack Miss Kann Interclass sports began with basketball, and games full of the old Westing- house spirit and sportsmanship were played. The praiseworthy winners were Mary Jane Hussey's team of the twelfth grade, and of the eleventh, Rose Capa- longa's team. Lenore Owens was the twelfth grade manager, and Lois Ericson the manager of the eleventh grade. Social dancing, which is a joy to the jitterbugs and a help to the wallflowers, is being taught in Miss Kann's gym classes, and has become quite popular. JUNIOR CLASSES Miss Cook Miss Snee -The tenth grade basketball championship was won by Gilda Serrao's team, 'which was defeated by the winning ninth grade team of Julietta Williams. The managers were Alice Hazley of the tenth grade, and Helen Johnson of the ninth. The juniors show great promise, top honors going to the eighth grade team of Mae Roeder and second place to the seventh grade team of Rebecca Robinson. ATHLETIC CLUBS The Sports Activity Club, sponsored by Miss Kann, has learned several new and entertaining games, including bean bag, shuffle-board, tenniquoit, quoit toss- ing, and-believe it or not-jacks. The club is informal, having no officers, and all strive for skill in playing games. The Tennis Club is looking for the Helen Wills Moodys of Westinghouse. The girls enjoy playing tennis and learning the rules of the game from Miss Jack, their sponsor. The girls of the Life-Saving Club are taught by Miss Cook to excel in swim- ming and to rescue drowning victims. Margaret Burkhardt and Betty Lutz re- ceived their Junior National Red Cross emblems, and Margaret Flaherty and Bernice Baumle their Senior Red Cross emblems. The Girls' junior Leaders are beginning to be seen and heard under the spon- sorship of Miss Snee. The neat appearance and exhibit in the girls' club room on Parents' Night can be attributed to them. They assisted the Senior Leaders in collecting games and sent a basket to a worthy family. The president and able leader of the club is Mary jo Borjas. GIRLS' SENIOR LEADERS Outstanding among the clubs of the school, as well as in athletics, is the Girls' Senior Leaders Club, which has this semester reached new goals. These girls, who are under the sponsorship of Miss Jack and the presidency of Ruth Hedges, ushered and took charge of information booths on Parents' Night. They con- ducted the Can Dance given in the Senior gym, which, besides being a success, enabled the Leaders to send many cans of food to unfortunate families. Discarded games and scrapbooks of Christmas cards, comics, and pictures were sent to the Children's Hospital. Other projects included collecting library lines and acting as substitutes for teachers. All tedious work-all well done. Senior Leaders, may your shadow never be less! ' N inety-six Parents' Night i Girls' Senior Leaders Boys' Senior Leaders .xiillfly-V1"ZK I1 v 1. ig, Qu uw ,Q 'g-,'g""fhg f' as 'zo 'gfgqib ag 1 5, ,Zu y nf, hw....m-up-an QR 4 7 . Q 'T ,, N A 522 gf at Q E1'f'l5:'.5':5"n ,-fy 4i""""'i ond' I' F' EW' fl, if 'Wm' Q 5 1'-if ESQ gfkzggfsf Om' Hzrlzrlrvrf Girls' Junior Leaders Boys' Tennis Girls' Tennis Boys' Swimming Team Life Saving Basketball Om' HIlIllfI'!'tf Ti Girls' Sports Activity Boys' Gym Team Junior Non-Swimmers THE FEBRUARY AND JUNE CLASSES OF --- 1940 -- Wish to thank those persons, Firms, and classes who have helped to make possible this yearbook. 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We will be glad to discuss with you the Ways in which a Life Insurance Trust can safeguard your family's future. FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY '34l-343 FOURTH AVE. PITTS B U F2 G H M ember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Om Hundred Six 0--0--0--0--o-+0ul--Q--0--0--M-0--Q-m-0-0-i-O--l-vl--0--Q-o1-vQ-s0-w- w0-vOw0w0--lwI--I--v-O--0-vOw0w000vOw0-4-O-0w0f4w0-0-0-o0w0 q..... .... ......,........q..... - - - - -of-o--o-.o--s--o-- WM. HARRIS, ARTHUR ALLEN, Prop, Mgr. COurt 9689 You're Next ! Prompt Service . . . Skilled Barbers . . . Sanitary Methods . . . 5i040' 105? IF YOU DON'T KNOW THIS SHOP, GET NEXT! I Q . 9 f Y :44LgI4A"Jl Qlrgztal 'Qnrhvr Svhnp RUTH LEWIS, Manicurist 1405 WYLIE AVENUE PITTSBURGH, PA. "O"l0O0O"OvO-' if 9 Q A ? A 9 9 6 ...... -o- 'Q--0 0- .g..g..g.-0-w One Hundred Seven Q..g..g..q..p..g..g..g..g..g..g The UNIVERSITY of PITTSBURGH helps the boy that IS to become the boy he WANTS TO BE 255 FOR BULLETINS, ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES McKEE STUDIOS Corner Homewood and Bennett Street Belmar 'Theatre Building Your Studio Where The Sketch Book photographs are produced o READY To SERVE You AT ANY TIME IN ANY CAPACITY .P OF 1940 .,,..,..,..,..,..........................,..,........ -- -on -0-fo--o-0-o--o One Hfzmdrcd Eiglzf .g..g..g..g..g.-9.-9--q-1g..g..g..g..g..q.-g Your Community BANK . Personal Loans Savings Accounts Christmas Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Safe Deposit Boxes 6 9 9 5, 'I' Q ? Y 5 5 5 Q Q 5 5 8 X Y 5 9 5 lllnmemnnh Zlank at Hittahurgh FLUDE'S Clothing Sale Buy an Extra Garment for S5 TWO 827.50 Garments for ......i.........,..i................... 532.50 TWO 832.50 Garments for i...,,....... ................ 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Sales and Service Everywhere g. ....................................... ....................................................................., Our f'IlHI!l'1'PtI1 T011 ng..g..q..g..q..q..g..g..g..g..q.4.4..Q....4..g..g..g..g.-9..g..pupq..Q..Q..gag..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..q. WE'LL BE SEEING YOU AT THE BIG Homewood-Brushton School Picnic WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26th, AT KENNY WOOD PARK 53? 0 X 0 -But you'll want to go beforehand to see Kermywood all dressed up for its 1940 Season. The Park reopens Sunday April 14. Picnics commence Friday, May 17 when Kennywood will be open daily thereafter, 5 0 x ! 5 .....Q....................................... ........... .,,,,,,,5 'Q SPAIIING as a. Z Sportsmen Who Know 4 SAY JM Jywww ffdwmam. HTHE SKETCH BooK" FROM OUR PRESS Tonat Printing Company, Inc. 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Q a 5 Q JEWELRY ' and WATCH REPAIRING city wide Grill Star E 9 ! Sold only at- 5 , The Puppie Shop 805 N. Homewood Ave. . .g..p..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g.....g..... .......g..g..g..g..g.. .4..g..g..gug.4..g.-Q..g.....g..g..g..g...... Compliments of George F. Bartley Co. Penn at Frankstown East Liberty HI1and 0340 - 1 - Z .g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g-.g..g.. .g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..guy.. .gn ug.. Z Second Federal Savings and Loan Association OF PITTSBURGH 4 72 Christmas Savings Cu"enf2a?gvidend Trust Accounts 920 N. Homewood Avenue ' ONE DOLLAR OPENS AN ACCOUNT --m-o-one--ouq.-Q--s--u--m-s-u--a-o--o--Q-o-0-....g..... O' U1 W Q 5' va N 5. ::x ue T 'P' fi A o s: :s FY P4 :z Z s: F1 fo Q. FY o Z Y' o co ? 'ko go -000- -0-0-ev 40000 meg. Current Dividend Rate CHurchi11 4475 One Hm1a'rcd Tlzirtcen U SP' 4 l'-1 U g E Q29 E 'Tl 2 U1 1 '4 2 P4 2 m 2 7' 2 ....c.,. ,-.,,,..,.M.,.,..-.,..,,,,,,E E Q l -n 5 E 9. 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SECRETARIAL SCIENCE division-practical, intensive train'ng for secretarial work of every kind. For descriptive literature, phone or write Robert Morris School of Business Telephone ATlantic C922 504 Law and Finance Building Pittsburgh, Pa. E z -i I i s 2 E i I i' 2 "O"O"O"OMO0'OvlHO0O0CIvO-llvlwlf' O0 0' 5 Q Private Exchange-MOntrose 4100 CREATIVE Lithographers and Printers 6915 Fifth Avenue at Hamilton D. J. WOOD Pittsburgh, Pa. 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Real Estate and Insurance Specializing in Homewood Brushton - Penn Twp, Properties 4 5 ? 5 Q ..,..... ..... ..,...... .4 Phone MOntrose 5114 - a De Luca Bros. e a 5 Cleaning, Tailoring, Dyeing 2 and Blocking WE CALL FoR AND DELIVER ! 6560 Frarzkstown Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. ' 0- o-U 0--0--0--0--cv-of-0--0--u--U--c-4-9.4,-0..,..... e.................,............................................,..,.............. .. .. . 5 : g--TYPEWRITERS--- 2 A real buys- i A ALL MAKES g . 5 New Machines - Rebuilts ALL GUARANTEED Q Low Rentals , ,Priced 3 and Terms L 815.00-Up Fort Pitt Typewriter Co. 644 Liberty Avenue 4-4'-f 'lAT.'8320 0. Q 5--ol-o--o-o--51501-S--6546-Jo-+-m-e-so--0--0-ld-0249--Bl-33-of-6--0--o--N-6--o-fs -fi One Htriiiired Sezienzteeii of-on 3 + + l a 2 9 6 6 6 6 0- -0-.O .pq 9 6 Q 6 a E 9 a Q O Z Q Q 2 Q . -5.4 O-'O-4--0-0-1f-O--0--0-Ow0--0--o-4-4--O--l-0vQw0--0v0--O--0--0v-O--O--O- Compliments of D. T. P. G. C. Murphy '55 Co. 5-loc Store Corner Homewood and Kelly .....g..g.....g..g.....g..g..g..g..g.....q..g. g..g..... -o--c--o--o--o--v-0-0--0-.Q--m-9--0-0--of-0-0-0 Compliments of McCoy's Garage 7246 KELLY ST. --Q--o--o--o-o--o--0--Q-.of-9--0--onvw--r-0--ra.-v-0--u-we--ww --0-In -of-Q-'O--of-0--ow0--0--v-0-'0-'Ov-lulf-0--0--0--0--l--0-v0-fOv0- --0--of-O--Of-C --0--0--9-0w0v-0v-Qwt-OnQ-0w0-l-v4--0--0--O1-0--0--iwl-- - -l--c- 0+w4mkr440mr4w- 5 4 5 a 3 5 Q 5 a 6 5 5 6 i Carl - H - Hobe 624 Brushton Avenue Quality Meats Electric Roasted Coffee Daily Phone: PE. 2212 5--one -o-o-A-0-1-0-0-o-4-e One Hundred Eighteen Q--0--l--0v-O--luQn9-owl-4-4-o-l--0-5-one-.guy pq. ..g..g..g..g..g..g.,-9 9 4 9 A X 2 2 2 Compliments of TSK 9 Q 4- l a a 5 Q 'l' 2 1 i ..............,,..,..,..,..,..,....... ....... ..,..,.....,..,..,.....,........a .,..,..,...........,..,..,..,..,..,........,.................,... .... Phone: MOntrose 4576 Lindsay Funeral Service ? Unexcelled HENRY LINDSAY, Funeral Director 165 Larimer Ave., E. E. Pittsburgh, Pa. 0 .....g.....g.4.4..g..g..g..g..g..p..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....i -Q..5..g..guy..q..q.-3.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g.. . .q..g..g Office, PEnhurst 0659 e 6 Residence, PEnhurst 4360 3 William G. Over 2 REALTOR 7631 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. Those Better Looking Shoes only 82.00 Sport Shoes---Dress Shoes Browdy's Hub Store 610 Homewood Ave. Y 'P10 v004' O40iKvks 0000"O"O"l"l"O"0vl0l0O"O"l"i"OMl"O'-01-l Phone 1425 and 1426 ATlantic Res. 3220 MAyHower "Say It With Flowers" HARRIS BROS. FLORISTS Market St. and Liberty Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. ....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g.4..p..g..g.. Q..g..g..g..g..9--01.9.-g..g..g..g..q..g..g. ug.. HI. 2793 Interstate Landscape and Landscape Contractors 1200 Montezuma Street Pittsburgh, Pa. gn...g...........n..o..c.-c..g..g..g..g..g.................g. --0--0-0-0--Q--o--o-m-0-o--0--0--0 Harkell's SHAVING PALACE 7221 Tioga street Homewood -.g-Q-4-o-o-e-o--o-w-o-o-o-o-o- - +cnMwwa.an.mnqnw-'wg-.Q Robin's Neighborhood GROCERY STORE 7000 Frankstown Avenue GROCERIES AND DELICATESSEN WE DELIVER - MO. 6345 Q-'O--u 00000--owo-0--9-Qwv-0--0v-0-0--I-'lvl--O-'O--u-0-441-Q--F-of-0---Q Q ? 3 5 COMPLIMENTS OF B . D A V 1 s 2 5 Q Dry Goods 2 S vos HoMEwooD AVENUE 3 6 ? .q..g..o.-Q-.g.....g..g..g..q.....g..g..g..g..g..g 3 Compliments of G 5 Penguin Dairy Store Ice Cream zz Cold Cuts i ! z Candies zz Light Lunches Q 1213 N. Lang Avenue Compliments 5 of 2 4 2 KIHICYYS Drug Store Q 14iQ-lu4 3--0--one-vvawmmamwuwowmwwmmuw-wwwuawwwg i E COMPLIMENTS E i OF Room 302 One Hundred Nineteen Q. gng..g..gng..g.4..q..q..q..g..g..g..g..g..g-.g..g..g..g.-gn Q I Q John Taylor E Director of Funerals E 30 odd Years in Homewood PE. 3134 a 5 7127 to 7131 Kelly Blvd. Pittsburgh, Pa. .....................,......,......................................... SWEET CLEAN Laundry 1111 Lincoln Avenue Phone: MONTROSE 8 700 Q 6 Patsy's 5 SHOE STORE Where Quality and 5 Service Prevails "WE AIM TO PLEASE" 611 Homewood Avenue Q.-...g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g. q..g..g..g..g.4..g..g..g. .g..g..g..g..g .E Btushfen Variety Store ea gi 821 Brushton Avenue : J- , 9 , Pittsburgh, Pa. Om' Hmzzlred T7C'C7If3' --0--0.-o--0 --o- --0--Q-v-9--0-.Q-.Quo-.0-.g...........g..q..5.4.4. Compliments of Mansmann's Department Store 5911-19 PENN AVENUE East Liberty c--0--0--o--c--0--0--0--0--0-1-m--o--one--a..o--Q.-m . ..q..g..g..g-. ..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..g.. Caldwell '25 Graham DEPARTMENT STORE Penn Avenue and Wood Street Wilkinsburg, Penna. Phone: M Ontrose 2200 Gaines Zllunrral Home GEO. W. GAINES DIRECTOR OF FUNERALS Casket Display Salon 5 220 Auburn Street Pittsburgh, Pa ..g..g..g..g..g..Q..g.....g..g..g.....,..g..............,.....g.-no-0-.......g.., ..g..g..g..q.....g..g..g..g..g.. .-aug.....g..g........g..g..g. Theodore T. Hill 'Presetiption Dtutjgist 69561iFrankstown Avenue L. Pittsburgh, Pa. I an Phone--EMerson 9:541 V N .' ' ,. 1. .1 ' 9..g..g.....Q..Q.....Quo..g-m+-o+-o--o--o--g-a-o--Q--pa- ,.....,..,.......................,....................... 6 s 9 . 5 Longwell Pharmacy if David C. Longwell, Prop. 5 9 6 Homewood and Frankstown , Avenues ' 4 CH. 9015 PITTSBURGH, PA. i ..q..g.4.4.4.-Q..Q..Q..g..g.4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..p..g..g..g..g. 6 ..g..g..... ....g..g..g........g..g..g........g.....g..g. .......... i Duquesne Baking Co. Bakers of ? "PITTSBURGH MAIDH BREAD Vilsack-Ray Inc. I-Iomewood's Finest . FOOD MARKET 5 614 Homewood Avenue 3 PEnhurst 3160 .. .. .. .. .....g.. . ....,...........g..... .. .....g..g..g..... .g..g..g..g.., i ' asluofz 'goS'ERy s "'0Ps 2 See Tckphoqc look, - 1 ' Page 635. for Nearest Locgtion. 9 Homewood Store 603 Homewood Ave. Q Q Outsells every other brand Q in town . . . E THEY MUST BE GOOD g.....g..p..g..g..5..g.....g..g..g.....g..g..Q..5..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g. Michael's Shoe Store Shoes for the Entire Family 3 We 5 801 N. Homewood Ave. 5 Phone: PEnhurst 6406 g..9..g..g.....g..g..g.....g. g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g McCully's Pharmacy Chas. Depp, Ph. G. Q ..-., 2 7701 Frankstown Avenue Q Pittsburgh, Pa. a 1 Serving the . . . , Westinghouse "Hi" District Compliments E Dearborn Dairy Co. ' , of Q Qis N. Muruand Avenue S 6 A' Cf. Club . I "Your Community Mi1kman" 5 Q 3..,..,..,.....,..,..,..,..44.,..,..............,..,.................,..,........ --Q--o--Q--u--n--0--o--0--o-0--0--u-0-.g..p..g..g..g..g..g..g One Hundred Twcniy-one "UNCHONOHOHOIUO'-I"O'vO'eO0lnO"O""'O"lWO Quai-uOwCMlHlwlMlK 00i1tv60NM'CHC' Compliments Q Nolla Shops of g . Ladies Specialty Shop and Slnilgne 8 Co' , , enera onttactots 3 Chlldren s Wear , 5 6924 Hamllton Avenue a . 2 619 Homewood Ave. Pittsburgh' Pa' 2 Mo. 0604 . -.,..........-MM-,,,....,.....-.n...... -.. 4 y Q 3 DURZ0 S , Itell's Pharmacy Gulf SCIVICC Statlon UH d, Old d Moto Sway Lubrications omewoo S est an : ' .U 3 courteous Service Most Relzable Drug Store Q . JgfSfgRfQQijQPQ'jQQ' Cor. Homewood and Hamilton 4 4. CORNER OAKWOOD AND u . 2 BENNETT STREETS Phone. CHurch1ll 9113 E Phone MOntrcse 4700 C 1' t 3 Huss Brothers ompmen S ' f E REALTORS 0 2 SALES ....... LEASES J. E. HOLT, M. D. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Q Insurance In All Its Branches and 5972 Baum Boulevard 2 At Highland Ave. D. C. KISSELL, M. D. 5 Pittsburgh, Pa. 6 X "U"l"l0.0'.0'0."l0."l"C".0C0"'C".0O".".NC"l'Q"l'Fl Compliments Bfucknlan of FOR , B b "Friendly Service" , ens at er op Real Estate and Insurance 7218 KELLY ST' 604 Brushton Avenue i M - Q, One H undred Tweniy-Iwo -9-0-4--0-0-Q--F-v-0--0--0-U-Q1-01-0--ov-one--v-of-0-fo--0'-0--0-0-I--0-1 0--owof-0--0--0-0--Ono-0-9Q-4--of-0-M0-0-Q80-0-Q--0-4-4-'Q--iv-in o'-o--o-4-o--0--o--o-r4-o-0-O--on0-0-0a0aU-o-0-4v4w0-4-O- w+ ++++aqM4-o-+1f-o--0--o--0-- ''l"l"l"."Q0"'.".".W."Q'lO"lf'll'OWONINCUCUC1'."ll'Of'l1'O0."l"O""'Q' Compliments 2' -I--0--Q--0-lv-l-0v-0v-0-0-vo-vo--o--o'-0- .--o--0v-0o-ov-l-Owv-Cv0v-0-Ow0wOv-0vO- . 9 6 6 Q. 3 f. Homewood Women's Club 2 E .000.4'CWI''l"."."l0"'."."."f"'nf''U''.".''."."."l"f".".".""'. : g'.'U'T l0Mi0li'Y4WX9Q'94'0'9Q"E9Ig Compliments of the . 1404 Lincoln Avenue ' T. N. T. CLUB 9 MO. 1516 Compliments MELBA THEATRE s 3 of 5 A FRIEND O--v-0-ww-ov-Q--0--O--O--0-Q-fo--I--0--of-0--U-O--0-O--0--0-O--0--O-'Cv-0--0'-0 The WORKINGMAN'S Store Shoes - Overalls - Pants 570 Homewood Ave. Cor. Hamilton A--0--9-04-vwwvwwowr-rw-94--I--0-04-9-O--0--5--I--o--one-vo-eo 0--M-0--0--0-af-owowh1-400--0--ov-M-of-own-Mwwf-4--9-0-0--v-0-'O--m STAGNO'S BAKERY Real Italian Bread 151 Larimer Ave. HI. 3485 Compliments of the CAVALIER CLUB ++ +4+h4++-N40 NICK'S PLACE 543 North Homewood Avenue Expert Barbers Good Service 'C--0' 01-0 0. -0-0-on 1513 Lincoln Avenue. Mo. 3434 5 3 Where you get the most Entertaimnent. 9 if i- -bwwv-Qwowv-M4-+-r-tvv4v-M-lf-t4wM4-0-r-Of4-4--0v0-Q-0+-0'-0 Q--0--0-0--0-fm-M-O-4--hdvo-fovlwv-M-r-0-1--9-O4-l-0-0-1--0f-0--O--O--l- -Q i 6 "NUTS" to You Q Mn-syl NUT SHOP 566 Homewood Avenue 5- -o--mw-u'-0-4w0v0w0wO-v4-4w0-On0-4-w-+-0-v-o--0f-v-r4wo--vw..i !"l'09'I"9'T'904"Y'?C4'4'll'T4' 99 U, Q 9 Compliments ' of 5 if DR. E. J. BUMILLER ? 9 6 no-9-9-Q-9.-o g-4-w--O--0--lv0--O-+-Ov-01uowh-v-0-owonv4-4-o-1wr-v+Q-O-4wO- -Y s. GIOVINNINA 1oz1 MURTLAND AVE. , Groceries-Cold Cuts Moe's Place 5 EM.9sa1 g 6 A 2 i -0-vO0O1lO"l' !""""" 0-o-o-o-9 -o Q 3 2 Compliments 2 Q 5 of A FRIEND One Hundred Twenty-three iGO0K' 1'kk0 Steve Adlesic A friend M. Berkovitz James Brnick John A. Butcher Edna H. Cloherty W. J. Cloherty Robert and Richard Crooks Boosters Thos. G. Forsyth Geo. R. Gallagher Jack Gordon Dr. VV. A. King Steve Magyaci Barke Maravic George Megela Helen McGreal R. VV. Emerson Room 53 Ferne Fiedler Room 354 E P. F. Flynn Mrs. E. M. VVadsworth 'I' . 2....Z..,...,.,...,....--M........,,.M.........,...,,.,,........ . . The Reason W hy . . . Q T . 2 That MOLLOY-MADE COVERS have been used on so many 2 of the nation's leading annuals over a long period of time, 3 D is testimony to the fact that they really do represent more 2 value." l TfHE DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT 3 THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY' 1' ' A CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 9 ' 5.,,..,..,..,....,,..,..,..,....,...,........,.............., .........Q..g--0-o-o-o-o-0-no--o-o-a-o-o-of-o-on-4--o-o--o--o-u-fo-o-wo--0--0--1--e i7'7izi'b1iziyif01fr1 -In -I--C-0--Of-0--0-M-M-0--0--Owl'-if-but--Ov-Ov-I--0--N-l--l--l--0-l-I--0--l--0-- - -Ov-I--0--0--0--O--0 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 0i0hQ0l'll4W0d09'FWl'6i6'i' HQ0lOQWF0Q'Q' N behalf of the 1940 graduating classes, the Sketch Book Staff wishes to express its appre- ciation to Miss Louise Hetherington, Mr. J. Clyde Amon, Mr. Joseph Harsky, Mr. Walter Criin, lllr. Ralph W. 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