Moon High School - Flame Yearbook (Coraopolis, PA)

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The lame NWVW f f X f i lT Page Two FOREWORD We, the fifth group to accept the challenge offered to us by the "Flame", have put forth our most earnest endeavors to produce a more bril- liant glow which may light the way for those who will come after us. We have attempted to profit by the example set by our predecessors and to establish new goals for our successors. May they follow our lead and blaze new trails for others who will follow in their footsteps. TABLE OF CONTENTS EMORIES Pages 5-8 Wherein we introduce our school, our faculty who have helped us through, and the staff who have given you this Flame. HE CLASSES Pages 9-16 Wherein we have the respective class officers, the Iuniors, Sopho- mores, Freshmen, and eighth and seventh grades. Here also are the alumni, who were classes in our school a few years ago. O ONORS Pages 17-28 With a representative ot each main activity on the division page, We present a resume' of sports, music, journalism, and all the other activities. ENIORS Pages 29-38 We have saved the best for last. Here are the Senior pictures, Senior activities, the Red Letter Days, and the Hall of Fame. Page Three Page Four -.A DEDICATION f ,K src f 7 .- QQ t f N2 J , M 5 fa ff. at F' W , 1- M Y pnt f y p fcii,tx stchte Xt At this time .Rich is IN M b 't er cri iwfod for oun A , 'ie Y g people of our idj ff a i . Q realize more 1 . Ng 9 " , - keenly than eve " Y ",,-, ' "', v our security and happiness. As lo " 6' K c , we are assured that our personal rights anddour democracy are not at stake. We, therefore, contrary to the usual custom of dedicating the year book to a persongt choose to dedicate this issue ,to peace. May the great countries of the world work out an enduring peace plan which wilitend present wars prevent future ones. Memories Commercial Mr. Crcxwshow Miss Tomlinson Mr. Mitchell FACULTY Administration Mr. Allard Mr. Brooks Mr. Mcmstield Music 6. Vocational Mr. Reed Miss Wulborn Miss Dickson Mr. Fritz English Miss Cokely Miss Braun Mr. Russell Miss Mestrezcrt Compliments oi CORAOPOLIS TRUST COMPANY Member F.D.l.C. Page Six Social Studies Mr. Hanley Miss Rugcrni Mr. Genclich i - FACULTY FACTS Mr. I. A. Allard Supervising Principal Mr. I. H. Brooks High School Principal Problems ol Democracy Miss Elsie Braun English French Mr. B. W. Crawshaw Commercial Subjects Miss Miriam Cokely Latin English Miss Grace Dickson Music Mr. K. L. Fritz Social Studies Band Mr. D. H. Hanley Mr. M. Gendich Science Geography Miss Rosaline Mestrezat English Health Art Mr. W. A. Mitchell Commercial Subjects History Mr. I. A. Reed Agriculture Shop Miss Cecelia Ruqani Arithmetic History Mr. C. H. Russell English Science Miss Carolyn Walborn Home Economics Health Biology Miss Eleanor Tomlinson Mr. C. Mansfield Mgfhemqtjcs Clerk Commercial Subjects BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MOON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS Mr. Edward P. Hawes, President Mr- lohn H- I-GRY-le Mr. H. S. Robertson, Vice President Mr. W. C. Dickson. Treasurer Mr, I, S, McCormick Mr. George O. Parry. Secretary l STAFF This page is sponsored by C. A. DALLY Hardware ci Supplies Aliquippa 610 844 Brodhead Road Aliquippa, Pa. Page Eight William Dally Norma Kern Harold Dickhart Lorne Campbell ,,,,,, Mary Trunick Mabel McMaster Katherine Salts A Georgia Caldwell Edna Thomas Irene Regotti A A Helen Gozdal loe Shust ,.... Andy Roznetinsky Eleanor Hegotti Harry Hyatt Margaret Schaffer Miss Elsie Braun AA AA A Editor-in-Chief A Business Manager A, ArtEditor A Athletic Editor Activities Editor Class Editor AA Alumni Editor Chief Typist AA A Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Assistant Art Editor A Assistant Athletic Editor A Assistant Activities Editor Assistant Class Editor Assistant Alumni Editor ,A AAAA AAAAAAAA A ssistant Typist AA Faculty Adviser The Classes , 1 IUNIORS Class Officers President ,,,,. .....,,,A....... ............., L o is Bailey Vice President .. ..... ,,,,,,., D orothy Lottes Secretary . ,,,,, ....., ..........., I a ck Bailey Treasurer . ....... , ....,... ...r....,,,,,....,,,...., I ohn LaRue Home Room Officers 1 1-X 1 1-Y Presldent .,...., iii. . .,,, . Iohn LaRue President ...., , Vice President , . ..ii.. , . Fred IVIcCutcheon Vice President .. Secretary-Treasurer ,. I Iack Bailey Secretary , Sunbeam Furnaces Coal Oil Gas Vacuum Furnace Cleaning HYATT'S HEATING AND ROOFING SERVICE Charlton Heights Coraopolis, Pa. Phone Cora. 680-W Page Ten Treasurer.. Dorothy Wilkinson Ioe Molinatti , .. .. Lois Bailey Ronald Torrance Home 10-X Presidentm., A..., ..,..... . Dale Goss Vice President ....,,,.. ........ ...4...,,,s R o bert Duer Secretary-Treasurer .....,.,,,,.... ......,,, Z oe Brctdish Clas President . ..,, ..,,, .... . Vice President A ..... . Secretary ,,,.. t..,t. A Treasurer ,.,,n4...,.4. Room Officers 1 0-Y President it Vice Presidentu., Secretary-Treasurer s Oificers Adelaide Iackson Dale Goss Henry Medwid Iohn Beddinger Catherine Bartley ..,,...,,,,..rClyde Rersdori Adelaide Iackson SOPHOMORES This page is sponsored by I. F. HARPER Builders' Supplies 873 Fourth Ave. Coraopolis, Pa. Phone Cora. 1420 Page Eleven FRESHMEN Class Ofiicers President A Margy Marnhout Vice President A ..i,,, .......,,,,,,,,, E rvin Poletti Secretary .... .... A Daniel Medwid Treasurer AA A. ,,,,,, Henry Borden Home Room Officers 9-X 9-Y President ,,,, A. AAAAA AA AAAA A Henry Borden President.. ...... .A A...., A AErvin Poletti Vice President A ..... AA... A .A .Donald Black Vice President A A AA A ..AAAA Daniel Medwid Secretary. .A A A ...A Mary Iane Granis Secretary-Treasurer .A .A AAAAA ACarrne11a Begotti Treasurer A AAAAAAAA Frank Gualtieri This page is sponsored by PITTSBURGH FORGINGS CO. Page Twelve 8-Y President AAAA Vice President Secretary Treasurer Home Room Officers , A ,, .. Iack Wilkinson 8-X President .. ..., i...... , , . , Carolyn Dally , .,,,,,,..,,, ,, ,, Marjorie Stark Vice President .,,,,. ...Ioseph Balogh Catherine Wiener Secretary ....,.,., .. . . Peggy Bremner , ,,.. .,,, S hirley Morrison Treasurer .,,,,, ,, Iarnes Fitzsimrnons Class Officers President... . ,,,. ,. ,,... A ...,. A t....,, Donald Rersdorf Vice President ,,,. ,,,,,,. .....,,, M a rjorie Stark Secretary ,, , Ruth Straight Treasurer . ., ......,, Iames Fitzsimmons EIGHTH GRADE .I A Compliments of A FRIEND Page Thirteen ' ,,A SEVENTH GRADE -J-df. 7-X President AA Vice President A A Secretary ,A Treasurer ,A ..e. Class Officers President, AA ,,AA,.. AA AA AA .....,,,, Donald Barnes Vice President .......... ,,..,,.,,.. K enneth Stoviak Secretary ........, ..... A ....,,,, M ary Caldwell Treasurer ,,i.. Dorothy Sawyer Home Room AA ,AAAIames LaRue A Mary Caldwell A Betty Bailey AAAAATeddy Brunette Compliments of DR. HALL Page Fourteen Offic ers 7-Y President A Vice President Secretary AAAAAAA AAAAAAA A A Treasurer A AAAAA A Kenneth Stoviak AA AAAAA AAAAA Iarnes Meyers AA lean Shafer Albert Wiener ALUMNI The Alumni Association was organized in 1938 for the purpose of keeping the graduates to- gether and keeping alive the spirit of the past school days. The first group of officers was as follows: President, Dan Borden '37: vice-president, Mary Alice Broscius '38: secretary, Olga Salaga '37, and treasurer, Theodora Medwid '36, In the new term, new officers were elected. They are Harold Meinhardt '36, president: Sue King '38, vice-president: Virginia Meanor '38, secretary: and Olga Salaga '37, treasurer. The group adopted a constitution and held its meetings the first Tues- day of every month. . The association under the supervision of Mr. Brooks presented a three-act comedy named "Try It with Alice." Harold Heinlein, Olga Salaga, Woodrow Cole, Harold Meinhardt, Eleanor McMaster, Dorothy Campbell, Betty Gebhart, Charles O'Laughlin, Ioe Schnelzer, Leora Link, Sue King and Harold Giffin put forth remarkable performances for the audience. A combined "Spelling Bee and Question Bee" was presented by this industrious association. We hope that the graduates of the future will join this very worthwhile organization. CLASS OF '36 Ioseph E. Arthurs .... .. ........,.,,.,,,,., ..,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,..,..... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,. . , ..., .... . . . ,...... ..., , .North Side. Pittsburgh. PG. Geraldine A. Busch tWestminster College? ........... .......................... ......... B U 1tim01'e,MCi- Joseph I. Butera. . ,,,,,,,..,...,,,,,,,,,...... . ,.,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,.........,...,.., ,.,,....,,,.,....... R .D. 2,Coraop01iS,Pa. Lawrence Butterini ..,,..,...........,....,,,,....................... .,,,.,...... ........., T h om Run, Coraopo1is,Pa. Helen E. Capenecchi ......,,,..., ................... R . D. 2. COICIOPOIIS- PCI- Woodrow W. Cole .....,,..,.,,,. ,,,.,.,...........,,.,,......,.............,.. .........,,........., .,,,.....,...,.....,...,...,,. R . D . 1, Coraopolis, Pa. Emily F. Erickson .........,,......,...,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,......,.....,,,,,,,.,..,.........,, ,,,,.,.., . . . ,,,. .,...,,,..... M aple Street, Coraopolis, Pa. Frank S. Evanko Clndiana State Teacher's Collegej ...... . ..,,...,,................ R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Wayne E. Goss tSlippery Rock Collegel ,.,,,........,...,......,. .. ....,,.............. R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Alexander L. Hill ..... ,,,,,.. ,...,,,....,..........,..........,,..... , ,....,..,,.,,,...,............,...,. C r alton, Pa. E. Louise Hofacker ..,,,...... ,,.,,,,,. ..,,,,, . ..R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Iohn W. Iava ,..,.,......, ......... . ..,..........,........,.......,,, ...... ...,,...,,. R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Vianna B. Kennedy ...,, .,.,.........,.,,,,....,,,,.....,,,,,,.....,.,.,,,,,,,..,,,, ,,..,, . R , D, 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Helen Winifred King tS1ippery Rock Collegel ,,,.,.,, ,. .....,., ,,,,, ............,,.....,.,.. R . D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. Chester R. LaRue ......,,,,, ,..,,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,.,.,,.,.,,,..,,,,,,,...,,,,,,..,, ,,,.., ,,,.,,,,,. ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R . D . 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Ruth E. Leonhardt. . ......... .,,,,.,,.........,,..............,,.,,,,,.... . .. ,,,,, ...Maplewood Avenue, Ambridqe, Pa, Iosephine B. Lucas ........... ..... ........... ..... . ..................... ........... T h o r n Run Hollow, Coraopolis, Pa. Helen K. McEwen tMrs. Hooverl ............... ..............,. . . ........... Devonshire Road, Coraopolis, Pa. Theodora E. Medwid fChildren's Hospitall ..........,,. .......... ........,,,............ R . D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. Harold Meinhardt ..........,,...........,......,,,,.,...,,,...,.....................,. ................. ....,.... R . D, 3, Coraopolis, Pg, Clara M. Morrow ..... ...........,............................................... .....................,............ R . D, 3, Coraopolis, Pu, Dorothy I. Moser fMrs. Moonl. ................. ........................................... R .D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Iohn I. Regotti .............. ...........,...,..,.,... ............... ..........,.. T h o rn Run Hollow, Coraopolis, Pa. Charles I. Roznetinsky fDeceasedJ ........... ..........................................,................,.............,.....,,,,.,......,.., . Alice C. Salaga, ..,.,..,., .. ................. .,........... ...... . , ........................ R . D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa, Clyde W. Shafer ,....... . .......... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Ralph B. Shenefelt... ..., ......,.........,................... ..,..... . ..R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. William A. Simmons ........ ................... ...................... ........,,.............. W e s t View, Pa. Thelma R. Smith tMrs. Herbert Heinleinl .......... ............ R . D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. Elizabeth E. Smonko ........... ...... . ........ , . ..,.. ............ R , D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Matthew W. Trimber ....... .... .... R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Paul E. Vernocy ..,............ . ............ R. D. l, Coraopolis, Pa. William F. Walker... .. ,..... ..............,. ...... C o raopolis, Pa. CLASS OF '37 Doris C. Adams ................ ...... ........ .................... .............,........,....... T o r o nto, Canada Edna M. Bicllowas ......... .. ., ......,.. . ,,,,.. .......,,.............. . HR, D, 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Nello Baldessari ,,,,,....... , ......... ...4l6 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa, Daniel T. Borden ..... ....., . ...... .......... .........,, . . ..............,............... R , D, 3, Coraopolis, PQ, Dorothy I. Campbell ..... ........................................,..,........ .....,..................,.. . . . ...,,,,,... R, D. l, Coraopolis, Pa. Elsie M. Fike tMarion Collegelw. ....... .... .,,....... ..... ............... ......,. ..... ,,...... R . D . l , C oraopolis, Pa. F. Wanda Forsythe tMiss Connelly's Business Collegel.. ............... ..,...,.. C oraopolis, Pa. Lewis I. Heiliman ..... .......,.,.,....................... ........ ........ .......,,,,.... .... ,,........., R . D . 3 , Coraopolis, Pa. HQt0ld D. Heinlein .... ....... ....,,, . . ..... .......... ....................... ...,....,... R , D , 3, Cgrgopolis, Pg, Katharine V. King tSt. Margaret's Hospitall ,... ............ R, D, 3, Ccrqopolis, Pg, Ernest L. Kissinger. ..,........,, ,,..,,....,, ,,.. ............................. ......,.. R . D . 1, Coraopolis, PQ, I. Franklin McCormick tPenn State Collegel .....,.... ...,........ R .D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa, Charles M. O'Laugh1in ......,,,,,,.................................,...... ......... .....,...... R , D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Olga R. Salaga ......,.,.,..................... .......... . .. .................................. R. D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. Iames G. Salts QU. S. Navyl .... ,....... .....................,.............. R , D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Ioseph R. Schnelzer ...,......................... ............. T hom Run Hollow, Coraopolis, Pa. Nicholas M. Shust ........................... ....,,,....................,...... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa, Helen M. Smonko ....., . .... .....,,,,.. R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Charles O. Somerville ......... .......... R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Gladys R. Springer ........... .....,..... R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. I. Richard Wyke ............ ........,.. R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. Page Fifteen Page Sixteen Virginia Bailey ,,,.....,...... Martin Baldessari ...,,....... Albert Blackstone .....,,,,AA,,,.. Mary Alice Broscius ...,.......,. Sam Brunette ..,,,,,,....,,.....,...,r. Eugene Castellon, .... .. Addison Dally. ..., Verna Erickson .......,,,.. Harold Giliin .,...,...,., Stella Gray .,........,.,..... Helen Hissam ..............,,. Elizabeth Kinchenn, Ursula King .....,,,.,,,.......r Andrew Kuzio ...,..,,....,..........,..,,,r......,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, .,,.r ALUMNI cuss or 'aa Virginia Meanor.- ,,,..,,. . ...,,, ,,,...,...,.......... Sarah McCormick CAl1egheny College? ,,,,, . Ruth McDonald . ...,, ,.... ,,,. ,...........,,,,. ,,..,,,..., ,.....,.. , . Ruby McElhaney. . . ,...,.,..,, .......,,,....,...,....,..,...,, . .. Sarah McKinley... Eleanor McMaster ,,,,, ......,, Virainia Nalesnick ..,........ Guido Poletti ......,,,,,,,,,,, Ruth RE1SdO!f ,.,......,..,, ...,.,..,.. Betty lane Richards .....,.,,,,,. George Shenetelt ...., Charles Smith ............,,,,,..,...,... ... . Thelma Somerville. .. ......,...........,,.,,,,,,,,... Tess Stark CWestmins ter Collegel ,,,v,.... Dragon Tesla ..,............,,.........,...,....,............,.... Margaret Trzmber... ,,.. ,...,,..., . Howard Trimmer ......,,.... Henry Trunick ......... Ethel Wood. CLASS OF '39 Iames Arthurs . ..., ,,,..... ...,..,........,,,,, ....... . , , ......,...... ., .. ...... Gertrude Alexander fMrs. Pannell .....,., , ...,, ..,,..... ,.,. , . Aldah Barnes ..... ,,..,.,,.,,,,,,.. .......,,,,,......,.,,,..... Ruth Bell CMrs. A. Newl ..........., Emma Brackus ,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,.r.,,, . . Virginia Cepulis ,,,.., .. Evelyn Cunningham ,.,, ,,,, Hazel Dull.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,...,,,,,, ,, Virginia Felbow ,,..,,,,,,,.,,, Davld Fxke ,,,,, .. Betty Gebhart ,,........, Dorothy Gittins .........,,,,,..........,,,,,......,,., Kenneth Goss ....... ..... .....,.,., . .,,,,,,,,,..,...,,. . Catherine Gozdal lMrs. Ruttnerl ......, Helen Harkness..- , .... ,........ . . ,.................... Viola Harvey .... .,,.....,,, ....,,,,,......,.,....,,,....,,,..,.,,.,,..........,,.,,..,, Edward Hawes lUniversity of Pittsburgh? Ethel Hofacker CPassavant Hospitall ...... .. ....,, .. Marion Hughes ...,.,...... ,,,, . .. ..... ..,,.........,,,... . Yvonne Iaussand ..,,,,.,,, ....,..., Margaret Kadlick .,,........l, Ronald Konter ..... .....,,, Lydia Kostlha ...,,,,,,...,,,, ...,..... , Anna Kruest ..,..,.,,,,,...,,,,, ,,..,,,, . .. Margaret Lauderbaugh-, .......,,.,,,,,....,,,, Faye Laughlin . ,,,,.,..........,,...,,,,,,.. .vv.........,. ..,........,,, , . . Leora Link CMrs. Ralph McMasterJ. ..... .. Elizabeth McCartney tSuburban Hospital? .,,l Samuel Llslca ......,,, ...............,,,,, ........,..,...., .......,. . ,,.,,.......... . Harold Lottes-. .,,,,,,,.. Dorothy Mccnmon csuiQQiQflilleftgl-Q5"lcQ5ii25LQ'eSifffffi.f .... Robert McLaughlin. , ., ,,,.. ..,, ,,....................,......,.........,,, . , Paul McMillan ...........,......,,v..,,,,..,.....,,...,...,.......,,...,,.,,,........ ,,,,, Iohn MOIIISSG ,,,,,,...,........,,...,.........,,, .........,.,,.,......... Y William Ondrasik . ..... ,......,......,,,. .,.......,,...,..., . Roberta Patterson CMrs. H. Highmanl ...... .. Mary Price, ..........,,, ,.... .......,,,,...,... ,....,..,..,.....,..,..... ,,.., . Marzo Polettr. ......,..,, .. ,,....,,............,,,..,...... ..,..... . .. Elmo E. Regotti .,,...,,,,,,,, ......,.,,.,...,.,...........,......,.,.... Robert Rouser ......,,,,,....,,,,.....,,,,,,..............., Virginia Schell tWestminster Collegel ......,.,,,,,,., Margaret Schmitt CWestminster Colleqel .,..., Leola Smith ........,,,.vv,............,. .. ..,.................. ,.,v........,,, . . Louise Wherry ,........ R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. 416 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa. PG- . ,,...,.,,... .,,,., ..,,, ,.,...... R . D . 3, Coraopolis. Pa. .. ....... ... .... ,,,....,r......., R .D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. .. ,.,., Thorn Run Hollow, Coraopolis Pa. , ..,,,,,,,,,..... R. D. 3. Coraopolis Pc. Maple Street. Coraopolis Pa. .. ,,.,,,,,.,......,, .R. D. 3, Coraopolis Pa. . ,..... .....,...... R . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. .R. D. 3, Coraopolis Pa. R. D. Z, Coraopolis Pa. ........,..Findley Township Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. l, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis Pa. ,,..,,,,,,......Glenwillard, Pa. D. 3 Coraopo1is,Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. HR. D. 2 Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. .R. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. . ......,. R. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. ,..R. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. D. l Coraopolis, Pa. ...R. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis Pa. ,,.., ,,......... R . D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. .,.........,Seventh Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3 Coraopolis Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. ,, ........, ,....,....,... . ..R. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. ,.......,, .. .....,.....,,, ,,,....., R . D. 3, Coraopo1is,Pa. . -Thorn Run Hollow, Coraopolis, Pa. .. D. 3 Coraopolis, Pa. . .,...........,.,...... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. ......................................Alliquippa Post Office .........,..Seventh Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. ..,R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. .....Ambridge, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. R. D. 3, Coraopolis. Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis. Pa. D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. .. R. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. . D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. ...Thorn Run Hollow, Coraopolis. Pa. ...R. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. Ohio . ......... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. Z, Coraopolis, Pa. .....,,,....... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 2, Coraopolis, Pa. Sixth Avenue, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 3, Neville Island Coraopolis, Pa. , Pa. Pa. ...Thorn Run Hollow, Coraopolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota R. D. l, Coraopolis, Pa. ,. ....... R. D. 3, Coraopolis, Pa. D. Z, Coraopolis, Pa. D. 1, Coraopolis, Pa. Honors wt CEB - ,, fx . ,..,..... 1 :Z -if Page Seventeen 4,5 Q3 Q? if Page Eighteen FOOTBALL Football practice started the first week of September with Mr. Gendich as coach and Mr. Hanley as assistant coach. Enough boys came out to make two teams with plenty of subs for each side. Soon after practice got under way, the sale of milk and season tickets was started to buy the necessary equipment for the team. Their persistent practice, under the leadership of Iim Lauderbaugh as honorary captain, produced the best team our school has had so far. However, chances for next year's team are still better because only two of the regulars graduated, leaving most of the players for next year's team. FOOTBALL SQUAD First String Position Second String :11Alexander Riccio ,,,,. ............ .......,,, L . E. , . .... itGraft Wheeler ......, ,, .. H L.T. ....., 4, i:Lauderbaugh ......,,, ,..,.., L .G. . ..., ,,.,,, iiHyatt i1Marnhout ,.,..t.,t,.... . .....,, C. ,,....... ..,.... I '1Grimaldi Konchar .. tt,,t ........ H .G. .,.. .. ,,..,,.,,.,,,,.,,. Falbo :i:Molinatti ...,.., ........ R .T. ....... .,.,.... I i:Schmelz itFaccini .,,. ..... ..... ......l.,..... R . E . . ........ ,..,.,,. i 1iBosetti ff1Campbell ,... .. .......,..,., Q.B. ,, ,...,.. .. .,.,.. :i:Grogan 'i1Trimber .......... ,.,....... L ,. i1Thompson '-LaRue ................ R.H.. ...... .,.. . .....,.... . , :fiBailey if:Reisdorf ....... .......,,.........,, F .B. .. . .......,.. , ........ Brackus Substitutions Poletti, Medwid, Berardi, R. Brackus, Williams, Lisica, R. Konchar, Doughenbaugh, Engle, Rozinsky, :f:Manager Iohn Gualtieri Lettermen '39 Season Moon 6 ....... .,...... ...., ,.., . , , M ,.......,,,,,,,... Neville 7 Moon 20 ...... .,,.,,,,...,.. C oraopolis 41 Moon 0 .....,., ....,,,, North Fayette 6 Moon 13 ...,,,, ..... ...... ,...............,. F i n dley 7 Moon 0 ......, ..,,.., ....,...,,......... R obinson 30 Moon 38 ........ l . ..................,, .......,...,,, O akdale O Moon 26 ........ ..... ...... , . ., Oakdale Industrial 0 Moon O ,. ..... ..... ............., ..... ..,,....,...,,,,.,.....,.............. C r a f ton 6 Extras Moon 13 ........ ......,....... ..... . , Coraopolis "B" Squad 0 CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders of Moon Township High were chosen by popular vote at the beginning of the year. Katherine Bartley was chosen head cheerleader: Emily Bodine, Dorothy Wilkinson, Dorothy Richards, Marjorie Marnhout, Fred McCutcheon, and Albert McKallip served as assistants. These cheerleaders were present at all football and basketball games to cheer and support the team. Under the direction of Miss Tomlinson, cheerleading sponsor, a cheer- leading club was formed. These people took turns cheering at basketball games and hope to be full-fledged cheerleaders before long. The regular cheerleaders and girls from the club raised the spirit of the school with their pep meetings in assembly and at noon. FOOTBALL Squad Trimber ,A me , ggi--mf? Formation Cheerleading Squad Boys' Squad Referees Phone Coraopolis 430 CORAOP OLIS TAXI SERVICE 976 Neville Street Coraopolis, Pa. Page Nineteen Page Twenty BASKETBALL "A" Squad Coach Brooks moulded together a fairly strong tearn, which gave stiff opposi- tion to the league leaders. Moon High expects to have a championship team next season as only two players will be lost by graduation. The varsity lettermen for the 1939-40 season are F. Grogan, B. Marnhout. A. Faccini, C. Reisdorf, I. Lauderbaugh, and L. Campbell. Moon 45 Moon 22 :1iMoon 31 i11Vloon 26 i:Moon 23 Moon 30 Moon 35 tMoon 31 :f1Moon 23 Moon 21 1 , North Fayette 13 , . ..... .Coraopolis 42 ,, , ,,,,. .. Bridgeville 28 Robinson 29 South Fayette 43 ., .............. Findley 28 .....Findley 54 .. .....,, Snowden 34 .Bethel 41 .. ....., Neville 31 Moon 20 ff1Moon 17 :11Moon 15 :f1Moon 25 :t1V1oon 25 :1iMoon 30 :11Moon 30 Moon 26 Moon 17 W.P.1.A.L. Games. "B" Squad The "B" Squad under Coach Hanley experienced the most successful season of Moon High's basketball history. ., ...... Coraopolis 37 Bridgeville 36 Bethel 37 Snowden 29 -Robinson 33 South Fayette 40 Clark 24 ,,. Neville 28 . North Fayette 37 Their experience and good work this season will strengthen next year's team. The following made up the "B" Squad: B. Alexander, Angelo Berardi, H. Engle, E. Gottschalk, E. Poletti, H. Medwid, P. Riccio, I. LaRue, M. Grogan, and H. Bosetti. Moon 16 ..,,, .,.... ....., N o rth Fayette 14 Moon 10 . .. .... Coraopolis 35 Moon 13 , . ........ Neville 28 Moon 18 ...... .. ..... Coraopolis 32 Moon 20 , , Bridgevi1le26 Moon 18 . ,...,,,,,,....... Bethel 12 Moon 20 .. . , Snowden 1 Moon 35 ..,,, . ,,,,, 1 . ,,,,,,. Robinson 27 Moon 40 South Fayette 12 Moon 21 ......,.... Moon 26 .....,,.. ...... Moon 29 Moon 34 ....,..... . Moon 13 ...,,... Moon 21 ,...,.....,. Moon 22 ..., ...... . Moon 28 ...., ..... .,,,,.,,,, Moon 24 , .. Clark 14 Neville 28 South Fayette 14 Snowden 8 Bethel 14 Robinson 22 , 1 Bridgeville 16 North Fayette 21 Findley 15 BASKETBALL "A" Squad ' , fAA ' f 11 P we me 3 P f " A .KZ I I il , r 15,1 W," I v "B" Squad This page is sponsored by CORAOPOLIS HARDWARE CO. Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies Magic Chef Ranges Sherwin-Williams Paint Phone Cora. 36 421 Mill Street Page Twenty-one INSTRUMENTAL Orchestra Drum Maior Band Compliments of CORAOPOLIS DISTRICT SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Page Twenty-two MUSIC OF MOON TOWNSHIP Music plays an important part in the activities of Moon Township High School. Some of its branches have been active here for many years and others have been newly added. The orchestra under the direction of Miss Dickson was present at many per- formances this year. Their ability was exercised at the Christmas program, the Senior play, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. Their presentation at the Spring Concert added much to their prestige. Four of the members, Hallie Iacobi, Deloress Heath, Gerald Gordon, and Eugene Herman were selected to play at the Music Festival at Neville School in May, together with boys and girls from other schools in this section. Two new instruments were added this year: the bass violin and a cello. With the capable supervision of Mr. Fritz, the band has come to the front this year. At football games the band made a spectacular sight in their red and white uniforms. The band has turned toward the popular music, and a concert was presented at which they played popular songs and marches. The pro- ceeds were used to help defray the cost of new hats. At the beginning of this year Moon's band was invited by the Coraopolis band to take part in the last of a series of summer concerts. It also appeared at a parade in Sewickley and at the Memorial Day exercises at the Sharon Presbyterian Church. Katherine Tesla succeeded Iohn Falbo as the Drum Major. The Senior High Girls' Chorus made appearances at some of the important events of the year, mainly the Spring Concert, Baccalaureate, and in assem- blies. Four of the girls, Georgia Caldwell, Dorothy Wilkinson, Dorothy Lottes, and Hazel McConnell traveled to Washington, Pennsylvania, in November to participate with 150 boys and girls in All Western Chorus. Twelve of this group have formed a small girls' ensemble and at the Spring Concert did a novelty as one of their selections. The Iunior High Boys' Glee Club, which meets at noon, has Monday as its day for singing. Proof of the boys' ability was displayed when they appeared as a vested choir in the Christmas program. Several times the Iunior High Boys' Glee Club and the Iunior High Girls' Chorus have combined to make a Mixed Chorus that sang for several events. It numbers thirty in all. A club that is fast becoming more popular is the Tonette Club. It is composed of Iunior High students and appeared at the Spring Concert and in assembly. As a grand finale for the music of Moon for the year '39-'40, all the organiza- tions combined on May 3 in their fourth annual Spring Concert. Page Twenty three Iunior High Boys' Chorus CHORUSES Girls' Glee Club All Western Chorus Iunior High Girls' Chorus Tonette Club Compliments oi SHAFER COACH LINES Corgopolis 1387 Mixed Chorus Page Twenty-four VOCATIONAL Moon Township High School has two vocational courses to offer its students: vocational home eonomics and vocational agriculture. In the home economics department, which is in charge of Miss Walborn, the girls have studied special units, some of which were cooking, sewing, budget- ing, interior decorating, home management, child care, and marriage. One of the girls' main achievements was the making of skirts and boleros out of burlap sacks. The only expense was the cleaning, and it was somewhat like a style show when one day all the vocational girls took the school by surprise when they came all decked out in burlap sacks. The vocational agriculture classes are under the supervision of Mr. Reed. Each of the boys has special projects that keep him busy not only during the school term but during the vacation as well. Among these are chicken raising, pig raising, and farming. Begun as one of these projects, Dick Newman's goat dairy has become not only a remunerative enterprise, but one of the best in this part of the state. SOCIAL Some of the most important social events of the year were dances and the outstanding ones were the Senior Dance in December, the Tri-Hi-Y Dance in March, and the "Prom" in May. At the Senior Dance the young folk danced to all the popular bands, thanks to a recording machine. The auditorium was dressed up in Christmas finery and colors. In the middle of the floor a large tinseled tree revolved. The Tri-Hi-Y Dance was also one of the year's gala occasions. The Tri-Hi-Y girls and their friends danced to the music of Frank Palaio and his orchestra in the auditorium, which was decorated as a Iapanese Garden. One of the biggest events of the year and one for which everyone waited eagerly was the Iunior Prom. The dancers and "palm trees" swayed to the music of Dick Ohls in a romantic Hawaiian decked auditorium. There were different class functions such as skating parties, dances, and the- ater parties. Benefit dances also appeared on this year's social calendar: and the Iunior class treasury was augmented by this means, to say nothing of the assistance lent to the athletic fund. DRAMATICS Two plays of importance were presented at the school by the pupils, namely "Where Lies the Child?", a Christmas play, and "Growing Pains", the senior play. In the Christmas play, Dorothy Wilkinson and Ralph Thompson had the lead- ing parts with a supporting cast consisting of Charles Dierker, Norma Kern, and Dorothy Waite. There was also a pageant in the play in which a large number of players took part. The play, under the supervision of Miss Mestrezat, was quite a success. "Growing Pains", the senior play under the supervision of Miss Braun and Mr. Brooks, was a comedy of three acts. The play told of the Mclntyres, whose son and daughter are entering the adolescent stage: but of course the two children reject all advice given them by their parents. The two children, George and Terry, go through their adolescence accompanied by the neighborhood children, who are suffering similar difficulties. However, all is well that ends well. The leading characters in this play were Eleanor Regotti and Darrell Konter. They were supported by a strong cast consisting of Georgia Caldwell, Bill Dally, Russell Gray, Dick Newman, Norma Kern, Mabel McMaster, Gladys Snead. Marion Shenefelt, Louise Dickson, Russell Arthurs, Katherine Salts, Harry lava, Anita Straight, David Scaletto, Harry Hyatt, and Helen Barnes. Page Twenty five IOURNALISM Moon Beams Moon Beams, the school paper, which is issued every other Friday, is under the supervision of Mr. Russell and contains school news, personal items, and an exchange column. The Moon Beams staff has many members who play important parts in the production. Norma Kern, who served as editor, was ably assisted by Edna Thomas and Robert Von Stein, news reporters, and Andy Roznetinsky, business manager. Awards were given to all typists and all members of the staff who had per- formed at least two years of satisfactory service. REPORTERS Each year a staff is chosen by faculty adviser, Miss Braun, to write Moon Hi Notes for the Coraopolis Record. This column, written every Week, contains all school activities that would be news of interest to patrons of the school. Louise Dickson and Betty Conway, with sports reporter Andy Roznetinsky, edited the Notes and Georgia Caldwell did the typing. We also have contributed many articles to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette School Page, and Norma Kern has handled this job most capably, having had printed a number of by-lines. In November she and Miss Braun were the guests of the Post-Gazette at the annual dinner for reporters and sponsors. Page Twenty six HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES Home room representatives have met this year in the form of a student council with Lorne Camp- bell as the president. The main job ol this council is to arrange the assemblies and discuss and try to remedy the problems of the school. They also take charge of intramural sports. Members of this council, which is made up ot two representatives from each class, are Mabel McMaster, Margaret Schafier, Arthur Berardi, Ioe Molinatti, Addison Parry, Henry Medwid, Ruth Wherry, Iosephine Franks, Ioe Balogh, Katherine Wiener, Robert Bart- ley, and Ioe Rabel. HALL PATROL There are seventeen traffic cops who keep order and quiet in the halls. It is their duty to see that the halls don't become jammed and noisy when classes are changing. They also see that all rules that have reference to halls are obeyed. These seventeen order keepers are: Mabel McMaster, Deloress Heath, Ethel Turner, Harry lava, Harry Hyatt, Russell Arthurs, Russell Gray, Norma Kern, Regis Grogan, Katherine Salts, Andy Roznetinsky, Iohn Gualtieri, Gertrude Schmetzer, Hallie Iacobi, Lillian Gottschalk, Gerald Gordon, and Helen Gozdal. TRI-HI-Y The Tri-Hi-Y sponsored by Miss Mestrezat has forty Iunior and Senior members. The officers are Mary Trunick, Anita Straight, Eleanor Regotti, and Dorothy Lottes. The activities of the year were varied: Miss Braun, the Rev. Walrond, and Mr. Long were guest speakers: the girls were the guests of the Cory Tri-Hi-Y at a meeting in the Y.M.C.A.: they gave a swimming party: and the Iuniors gave a larewell party for the Seniors. However, the highlight of the Club this year was the Tri4Hi-Y Dance on March 29. The auditorium was all aglow with Japanese lanterns and drag- ons and there was even a bridge in the middle of the floor. The girls and their friends danced to the music of Frank Palaio and his Orchestra. F. F. A. Since 1937 we have had a chapter of F.F.A.. the aims ot which are to better farm lite and to teach the boys to think for themselves. This year the boys intend to go to State College for a judg- ing contest and to Cleveland for the National Poultry Congress. The club is under the leadership ot Mr. Reed and the officers are Arthur Berardi, Howard Giitin. Richard Fischer, and Dan Doughty. Page Twenty-seven MERIT PARADE Each year the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publishes on its school page the pictures of three students from each high school who have been chosen by their respective high school classmates. To each cf these people the newspaper awards a pin. This year Moon High chose Lorne Campbell, Norma Kern, and Eleanor Regotti for this signal honor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Since l937 fifteen per cent ot the Senior Class has been elected by the faculty to membership in the National Honor Society. This award is made on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. From the class of 71949, Georgia Cald- well, William Dally, Louise Dickson, Hallie Iacobi, and Edna Thomas won this very high honor. Page Twenty-eight DEBATING CLUB The Debating Club, which was started in Octo- ber at the request of the students, was under the supervision of Miss Cokely. Ioe Molinatti was elected president: lim McCutcheon, vice president: and Adelaide Iackson, secretary. They had practice debates every week and on December 2 participated in the Pitt debating tour- nament. They had two forensic debates with Avonworth, in which Albert McKallip, loe Molin- atti, Frances Doughty, and Clyde Reisdorf partici- pated. There were four more forensic debates, two with Coraopolis and two with Sewickley. Carol Cummings, Robert Von Stein, Adelaide Iackson, and Clyde Reisdorf represented Moon High in these debates, and the affirmative team won its second debate with Sewickley. Seniors Page Thirty RECOLLECTIONS Before leaving our school life for the life of the world, we pause for a moment to reflect. We all remember that morning early in September, 1936, when we realized we were no longer in grade school, but in high school. We were freshmen! It was the second year of football at Moon, and our class was represented there by George Tesla, who won the varsity Two of our fellows played basket- ball for us that year. We were represented in most of the other activities: cheer- leading, chorus, band, and orchestra. Everyone also remembers the time we had winding the maypole for our dance in May. It was the first time a fresh- man class had held a dance in the school. The next year, 1937-38, We were sophomores! This time four of our fellows won varsity for football: lim Lauderbaugh, George tPokeyl Tesla, Lorne Campbell, and Regis Grogan. Both Lorne and George also won basketball em- blems that year. Our class sponsored a skating party, and in April we gave the Senior High School a dance with a spring theme. That year the play, "Mama's Baby Boy", was presented and more than half the cast was made up of mem- bers of our class. Our Iunior year was 1938-39. Everyone of us remembers both hard work and good times in activities. Almost half the journalism and Tri-Hi-Y clubs were Iuniors. One-third of the orchestra was made up from our class and we were well represented in band, glee clubs, and other clubs. That year three of our men, Campbell, Fritz, and Lauderbaugh, won basketball letters playing on the "B" squad. After our mid-term exams, We "threw" another dance for the high school and in March we held a Carnival at the High School which was very successful. ln April we gave the Seniors a beautiful blue and White prom. The theme was Dutch and it was better attended than any previous prom. After three months of vacation, we were ready to start again. Our home rooms were rooms four and five. We had some wonderful times. Three of our men played football, and Lorne Campbell and Iim Lauderbaugh played "A" squad basketball. We had lots of fun on "Sadie Hawkins" day and at the dance that night. In December we "threw" our last big dance for the High School. It was a Christmas dance in blue and silver, our class colors. The athletic dances gave most of us diversion in the evening: intramural sports and better assembly programs were recreation during school hours. We had an unexpected holiday when the school was closed during the "big snow." As a class we took an all-day trip to the courthouse at Pittsburgh: then for English class we went to see "Gone With the Wind". Most of us remember the excitement of working on the "Flame" and the Senior play at the same time. The play was "Growing Pains", presented the eighteenth and nineteenth of April. Eleanor Regotti and Darrel Konter had the leads. And now we are through high school! We have made friends, had good times, worked and played together: and we shall never forget our years in Moon Township High School. William Dally Norma Kern Edna C. 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Charlotte Beck Regis Grogan Harry Hyatt Helen Bames .A ..,,, AA A Darrell Konter Deloress Heath A A Lillian Gottschalk Anita Straight Irene Regotti Iohn Gaffney B111 Dally Katherine Salts Ethel Hughes ,,,.., A Mary Trunick A Georgia Caldwell AA AAAAAAAA A Harry lava Dick Newman Iohn Gualtieri Gertrude Schmetzer AA Russell Arthurs Russ Gray Conscientious AAAAA AAAAA A A AA Ruth Kennedy Helpful AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA,,,AAA A AA Ethel Tumer Orderly AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA A AA Helen Gozdal Opportune AAAAAAAAA .A AAAAA Andy Roznetinsky Loquacious AAAAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAA Norma Kern Page Thirty-seven SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER I AN UARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY I UNE Page Thirty-eight RED LETTER DAYS Back to the grind - new faces cmd old -first day of school. Kickoff at first football game - Moon kicked under to Cory. Teachers go to Institute -- Hurrah! twenty-four hours of vacation. F. F. A. members visit stockyards and get in the "groove" for a year's work. Teachers strut their "stuff" in a hilarious assembly program. Band steps high as Sewickley citizens nod approval. First day of hunting season-three-fourths of Senior Class suffering from "trigger-finger." On your mark! Get your man! The males are escorted to a Sadie Hawkins dance. "Sink that bucket" "Guard your man!" Hurrah! Basketball season is here! Thrills! Chills! Spills! Sophomores sponsor a skating party. Typing at 135 Words a half minute, Chester Soucek presented "And It Can Be Done" exhibition in assembly. Seniors see the stars - visit the Planetarium, the morgue, and the hot dog stand. With the flapping of stork's wings, Daniel Herbert assumes his role as "king" of the Brooks domain. Students put away pencils and books for two glorious weeks of Christ- mas vacation. The boys shave and the girls put on stockings for the Senior Dance. The snow flew: the wind howled: the basketball players shivered: and still the bus remained immovable on the way home from Bridgeville. Oompah pah! Oompah pah! Band "goes to town" in annual concert. The Iunior Business students got stiff necks looking at the tall build- ings in Pittsburgh. "Movie Magnate" Miss Brarn presents travel talk at Senior Party. Five Seniors modestly accept membership in National Honor Society. Seniors learn what not to do in the crime world when they visit the Court House. Hearts and flowers and stuff! Valentine's day but no school because of deep snow. Moon faculty trip hard but Cory faculty comes out on top as winners of B. B. game. Ouch! Oh, my back! Another skating party-the Iuniors this time. Seniors comb their hair and oil their voices: then try out for the play. Throw open those Windows - don your smiles - today is the first day of Spring - Also beginning of Easter vacation. Sweet music - gayly colored dresses - dashing Beau Brummells - Tri-Hi-Y Dance. Seniors sit for four whole hours to see "Gone With the Wind". "Tuxedo Iunction" and the "Doggie" reign at the "Sweater Hop". Audience holds sides and splits vests as Seniors present "Growing Pains". Oh, Ma! Ma, Iohnny stole my candy - Seniors celebrate "Kid Day". A hush comes over the audience --- soothing music comes forth and the Spring Concert is presented. From "kids" to "ladies and gentlemen" -- a swish of long gowns - a creaking of new shoes - Iunior Prom. Whee-ee! The "Dips" took a beating at the annual school picnic at West View. South Park was the scene of hot dogs, ice cream, and stomach aches at the Senior Round-Up. With a sigh and a tear, Baccalaureate takes place. Good-bysl Good-luck! Oh happy day! Commencement - the Seniors' Students have to make up lost time. Ha, ha!! Seniors don't have to. With a sigh of relief the old "Alma Mater" closes its doors and settles down for a summer vacation. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS To those who have so greatly aided in making possible this fifth issue oi "The Flame", especially by the purchase of candy and advertising space, we, the Class of '40, take this opportunity to express our appreciation. LEWIS FOUNDRY 8: MACHINE DIVISION of BLAW-KNOX COMPANY Page Thirty-nine COMPLIMEN TS OF UNITED ENGINEERING and 'FOUNDRY COMPANY Compliments oi HAROLD K. STIFFLER ECONOMY DRUG STORE H. M. Greenberqer, P11.G. EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 643 Fifth Avenue Coraopolis. Pa. Phone Coraopolis 406 PLYMOUTH DE SOTO PETE MYLE GARAGE F. I. Myl -- Chas. E. Duff Phone 890 1017 Fourth Avenue CORAOPOLIS. PA. PHONE CORAOPOLIS 1365 Duro Pumps and Supplies FIKE ELECTRIC CHAS. FIKE Montour Street Extension. Coraopolis, Pa. Motors Mazda Lamps Fixtures Wiring and Appliances 5' 5 BOYD LUMBER CO. "FOUNDATION TO ROOF" 1896 - 44 Years of Service - 1940 1425 FOURTH AVENUE Phone Coraopolis 1120 R. N. FERREE 943 Fiith Avenue Phone Corcxopolis 143 Coraopolis. Pa. NESBIT TRANSFER CO. MOVING. PACKING, GENERAL HAULING CAR STORAGE 912-14 Fourth Ave. Phone 224 CORAOPOLIS, PA. DUNKLES ESSO SERVICE Fifth Avenue and Ferree St. EXPERT LUBBICATION TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Page Forty-one Distributors ot Wholesale and Retail Cole Batteries Tires and Batteries 1030 Fifth Avenue, Coraopolis JOSEPH TALARICO phone 515 Retreading and Vulcanizing 410 Beaver Street. Sewickley 628 Fifth Avenue Coraopolis 9713 Coraopolis, Pa. Phone 1410-I Greenhouses at Carnot. Pa. Phone Coraopolis 935-M TRIOS AND TOPPERS iisquidgeuy ..Marg,,, and "Kate" ready for a spin - "Ham" Mansneld doesn't get angry with "Coach" Hanley- he knows better- Ah, heroes! Clyde, Hank, and "Buck" make a girlls heart go pitty-pat-Trun- ick,- Schaffer-,Y and Regotti - Three heads are better than 1-anyway that is what "Squidge", "Shenie", and "Billie" t h in k - What has Moon Hi got that Hollywood doesn't have?- "Casanova" Marn- hout, "Salami" Sa- laga, and Pretty- Boy Medwid, of course - Russ and Boots portray the "long and short" oi it-the inseparablcs - "Dot", "Kate", and "Mushy" -en- ticing - of course! - the hot dogs? - no - we mean the girls! Miss Walborn applies the correct technique for roast- ing "puppies" while Alimena and Barnes try their skill-just look at that arm spread of Reisdorf's -Adelaide and "Kate" clon't seem scared, though - use "Klenmore" tooth cleaner - so say the smiles of "Dot", Jayne and "Pegs," Cora. 6113 R-ll Cora. 6113 I-ll "It's Heqner's it it's Hardware" Sewickley Pennsylvania Compliments of A FRIEND GOSS AND ZIMMERIVIAN CARNOT, PA. General Repairing Day and Nite Towing Tires - Tubes - Parts Complete Lubrication Anti-Freeze Rental Batteries TEXACO PRODUCTS FREEDOM OILS Page Forty-two UNITED DAIRY Complimenls of "ITS PURE WERE SURE" GREEN DIAMOND Phone Arnbridqe 431 SERVICE STATION FOURTH and MULBERRY Compliments oi THE FAMOUS DEPARTMENT STO RE BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY Fifth Avenue and Mill Street Coraopolis, Pa. HENRY G. WHITE AGENCY, INC. "INSURANCE WITH SERVICE" S"NDw'CHES COFFEE ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS 953 Filth Avenue Phone Coraopolis 359 at JOHNNIES AMOCO STATION Broadhead Road Bonmeade L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Massachusetts LEADING MANUFACTURERS OI-' Commencement Announcements Fraternity Iewelry Class Rings Pins Diplomas Medals Trophies Official Ieweler to the IUNIOR AND SENIOR CLASSES OF MOON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL Represented by C. M. KLINGENSMITH 1101 MILTON STREET REGENT SQUARE PITTSBURGH. PA. Telephone Churchill 6801 Page Forty-three its VAN BALEN BROS. SOFT WATER LAUNDRY 1403-1407 Fiflh Avenue, Bell Phone 217 Coraopolis. Pa. BROADWAY PHARMACY 1010 Fifth Avenue CUTTS' MONTOUR STORE Slate and Monlour We Deliver - Any Time - Anywhere FRANK C. GEISLER CLEANING TAILORING PRESSING 903 Fifth Avenue Phone Coraopolis 647 THOMPSON SERVICE STATION Republic Gas and Oil Tire cmd Baltery Service Free Call and Delivery 5th Ave. and Ferree St. Phone Cora. 9796 Two pleasing personalt Bang! I've got ya'-Doughty sult in a lasting friendship be- is going to lose his shirt if he tween "Squidge" tries to get away from "Crack- hold tight-oooh-Harry and ers" Kern - Betty is scared Anita mus n' 'most to death of that shootin' camera-hey, "Dot" and john, iron-caught unawares-Cald- the gam is in well and Reisdorf don't seem tion-those Straight girls-this to mind-Russ, can't you see time it's Ruth and Fitzsim- Deloress is freezing-my, my- he must be bashful. ITIOIIS. I OE BOSETTI MEATS AND GROCERIES 500 West End Avenue WE DELIVER Phone Coraopolis 1149 WHEN YOU NEED HELP CALL . . . MILLER SERVICE STATIONS Fifth and Montour Fifth and Watt Phone 900 Phone 288 Corctopolis. Pa. Compliments of A FRIEND Page Forty-four EEE: GEORGE DOWNES GROCERIES and AUTO SUPPLIES Phone Coraopolis 9729-I-1 C. P. McLAUGHLIN 8: CO. GROCERIES AND MEATS 423-25 MILL STREET Phone Coruopolis 140 At Coraopolis Y. M. C. A. Every Friday I OHN GILBERT 108 SIXTH STREET PITTSBURGH, PA Violin and Piano Teacher Compliments of SCHELL CHEVROLET COMPANY POLL PARROT BUSTER BROWN STAR SHOE STORE 407 Mill Street "SHOES WITH A NAME" IALENE AIR-STEP BEIERLE'S BEAUTY SALON Individualistic Artists in BEAUTY CULTURE Corcropolis, Pa. Phone Coraopolis 1275 NOLTE SUPPLY CO. 937 FOURTH AVENUE Corczopolis, Pct. Hay. Grain, Flour Feed Vitality Doq Feed-Rabbit Pellets-Goat Feed Kaskp Feed in Suntast Dres-print Bags QUALITY, PRICE and SERVICE DAVID W. PENNY Ieweler Watchmaker Optometrist Room 15, Keystone Bldg. - 948 Fifth Avenue CORAOPOLIS. PA. Compliments oi A FRIEND EGER'S CREDIT IEWELER 402 Mill Street Corcropolis. Pa. Phone 1220 USE YOUR CREDIT Page Forty-five n EE' 5 CORAOPOLIS HEIGHTS GOAT DAIRY Pennsylvanids Largest and Most Modern . . . VISITORS WELCOME . . . The Allegheny Pennsylvania Herd Accredited "WHERE CLEANLINESS REIGNS SUPREME" Established through the guidance of Moon High's Agriculture Department. it is state approved and accredited and is on official test with Pennsylvania State College and County Dairy Herd Improvement. The Allegheny Herd is nationally known by its high-record producing and pure-bred Nubian dairy goats. Milk, produced under medical supervision, is especially suitable for infants and invalids. It is easily digested, contains every known vitamin, and is natur- ally homogenized. The milk is recommended by the medical world for stomach and digestive troubles and positively for infants allergic to coW's milk. It is a clean, delicious, and wholesome food. Try it and satisfy yourself. Page Forty-six GEORGE DRUGA CONFECTIONERY SERVICE STATION TURNER'S AUTO REPAIRING Carnot, Pa. Otticicxl Inspection Station Body and Fender Service Expert Lubrication Towing BURGER at SHONTZ 1014 Fifth Avenue Phone Coraopolis 896 Coraopolis, Pa. CAUGHT UNAWARES Marg produced look when the camera came . O p my dear-g mg up- her way-Kate gave oFf her brightest sm1le-- Superwoman" Straight - there must be a is etting a lift by "Gertie"-success beams all around Howard Giffin-by the mouse on the ground h said styles were short y way Kate and Nita offer so thing different in the art of posing-m-mmm-that candy must be delicious careful "Boots"-that means another pound - with that pp l g smile, "Dubs" can chase away the bluest moment Heckler Herman is certainly getting his kick out of life- probably at someone's expense -shy-but we happen to know he's "Butch" Grogan. ARTHUR W. GERMERODT MEAT MARKET C0130 1225 state Avenue MANUFACTURING PHONE 540 CORPORATION INKED RIBBONS AND CARBON PAPERS ALLEN WELDING CO. SHAMBURG 84 ALLEN MACHINE CO. CORAOPOLIS Chicago New York Corcwpolis 559 Factory: Coraopolis, Pa. Page Forty-seven n " B. 8: H. BARBECUE Cliff Mine Road Sandwiches a Specialty REPUBLIC GAS AND OIL ABIE'S AUTO WRECKERS Used and New Parts Coraopolis 9798 Cora. 77-I Dry Cleaning IOHN RECCHION Tailor Suits and Topcoals . . . Custom Made We Reline. Remodel and Repair 905 FIFTH AVENUE CORAOPOLIS. PA. . GILBERTI SHOE HOSPITAL Invisible Resoling for Beauty . . . Comfort . . . Economy 919 FIFTH AVENUE Corapolis 361 Coraopolis Stop and Shop at STEIN'S WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S WEAR and DOMESTICS 411 Mill St. Coraopolis, Pa. PERRY MERCER GENERAL MERCHANDISE CARNOT. PA. CORA. 11l3fI W. D. KENNEDY 5' Meet and Eat at BARTON'S RESTAURANT 8: SODA GRILL Formerly Custer's Restaurant TRY OUR FAMOUS WAFFLES Open 6:30 A.M. to 12 Midnight 1017 Fifth Avenue Phone 9717 MAPLE STREET GARAGE TIRES GASOLINE OIL R. D. No. 1 Coraopolis, Pa. M. A. RUSK REAL ESTATE INSURANCE NOTARY PUBLIC 507 Mill Street Coraopolis, Pa. AMSLER-OEHLING Pharmacists 942 Fifth Avenue Coraopolis, Pa. Compliments of GERMERODTS 1223-1225 State Avenue Coraopolis. Pa. Compliments of A FRIEND GEIER 8: HEILMAN Dentist Ladies' and Misses' Apparel Imperial 384 609 Merchant St. Ambridge, Pa. Compliments of I. S. MCCORMICK SONS STEENSON Dairy Products Beauty Shop CORAOPOLIS HEIGHTS 409 Mill St. Coraopolis 1502 Page Forty-eight COMPLIMENTS OF STREIVI STUDIOS Official Photographer for 1940 Flame 'ESETE Pug F ty 1-Tn. P PHONE CORAOPOLIS 6119 R-1 1 Visitors Welcome THE WOODLAND PRESS R. D. 3, CORAOPOLIS, PA. PRINTERS of' THIS YEARBOOK E Pg Pity 5iE1T5i11 .1 .-.'f1.Y1.Fl'f.H1L3l3i There are few fields where 'lhe necessify for progress-lhe demand for new ideas, is as pronounced as in 'the produciion of School Annuals. U' Here in Canion we fake pride in no? only keeping pace, bu+ in sefling 'rhe pace for innovaiions and changes in lhis highly progressive field. 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