Mount Assisi Academy - Chimes Yearbook (Bellevue, PA)
- Class of 1946
Page 1 of 92
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1946 volume:
THE PATH OF
OU T ASSISI ACADE
In the passing ol' a score of years, Mount Assisi Academy has blazed a true path
in education, increasingly giving its students a real understanding of life in its different
relationships, spiritual as well :ls material. The generous vocational guidance affords
them an enlightened view of the future responsibilities that are ahead of them in this
postwar world. The goal of lvl. A. A. has ever been to train students for living by de-
veloping in them a strong moral character, loyalty to God's ideals and those of our
American way of life.
We lay our laurels of worthy achievement at the feet of the Divine Teacher where
wc learn the only Wisdom that can solve the World's problems because it is the wisdom
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The Youth Christ holds up His own divine life as thc guiding Light
for us along the path. Following with clear vision and Fidelity, we advance
as He did in wisdom and age and grace before God and men.
PUBLISI-lliD by the Senior Class so that you may know the story of the successful advance-
ment along the path of knowledge, chzuuictcr, and life by students of Mount Assisi Academy,
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MOUNT ASSISI ACADEMY, Bellevue, Pa.
Nlormsn M. Mnrnoum, O. S. F.
Studerzt leader: - Anna Grace Cokus, Alberta Straka, Dorothy Martin - in conference
DEDICATIO In the closing hours of our high school days, there comes to us a
never fading memory of ll beloved and cherished guide along the path
of M. A. A ...... a tender friend to Whom we owe sincerest
gratitude for help in the zidvanceinent vve have achieved ..... a
gentle lender, kind and generous, in the person of our esteemed and
We graduates of '46, therefore, consider it 21 distinct privilege and
honor to dediczlte this fourth volume of
T H E C I-I I lVl E. S
as LI token of sincere appreciation, to
ri-is REVEREND Mornmz M. MErHoD1A, o. s. 12.
MOUNT ASSISI ACADEMY is located in Bellevue, Penn-
sylvania, on one of the highest points in the vicinity. The climate
is ideal, the air invigorating, and the views beautiful as they change
with the seasons. There is every opportunity for close attention
to studies, for the student is far enough removed from the noise
of the city to be able to have the quiet so necessary for serious
scholarship. Within the campus the students not only have every
educational advantage, but also enjoy well-rounded social and
TI-IE CHIEF GUIDES pointing out the
Way along the path through Mount-hAssisi
These have the mission and the privilege
to Iead the students to a clear understanding
of a well-balanced life for time and eternityg
to inculcate true values and appreciation of the
benefits of our democracy.
REV. CLARENCE TSCHIPPERT, O. F. M. CAP.
Chaplain and Spiritual Director
First Row: Sr. M. Ieanne, Sr. M. Celestine
Sr. Magdalen, Sr. M. Eymard, Sr. M. Mildred
Sr. M. Lucy, Sr. M. Paulag
toria, Sr. M. Cecilia.
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Second Row: Sr. M. Felicitas, Sr. Immac-
ulata, Sr. M. Bonaventure, Sr. M. Gerard, Moth-
er M. Methodia, Sr. M. Catherine, Sr. M. Vie-
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The future belongs to those who prepare for it, 'ind the tw'n
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Mary Ann and Gertrude Kovae, know how to do it. They recom-
mend frequent use of eucyclopedias.
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huilding is under discussion and Christian social vir
tues are cultivated in the company of our beloved chaplain, Father
Clarence. The enthusiastic disciples are Marjorie Taylor Rosem
Solinsky, Yvonne Snyder, Dorothy Szykowny, Carolyn Rozman,
Care Villiains, Ruth Vogel.
Left Panel - Honour
Ready for the world oli tomorrow hy being Well-informed cit-
izens olf today are our freshmen in Civics - Martha McChesney,
Elizabeth Foglio, Cecilia Baker.
Books control the future: using them rightfully makes one a
leader. Martha Palka, Mary Giglio, Martha Kelly, and Shirley King
can tell you that hooks are ll't1C friends and always helpful.
The Sophomores make Mark Anthony
live and talk again in the person of Mary
Kaulimang Anna Mae Dakoski, Nancy Loge-
man, Mary Ann Soltis, Regina Walker, and
Rita Sala form an eager and interested au-
You will meet these Latin students -
Anne Markovich, Philomena Kuhanic, Mary
Louise Stack, Bernadette Bednar, Marion
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world ol' science, law, medicine, or business
where Latin terminology predoniinates.
Collier, Nina Cirineione
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There is always genuine interest displayed in National
Catholic Book Week and these English Students -- Mary
Lou Straka, Ioan Marshall, Mary Harris, Dolores lrgang,
Bernice Chasarik, including little Patricia Gallagher stress
love for good reading.
m les these students OE
Learning from concrete exa p ,
Slovak Class - Irene Mihal, Mary Lukach, Cecilia Iacko,
and Dorothy Sinchak - are examining real Slovak hand-
d dmirinf the original and 1n-
made embroidery an are a' g
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fine Latin American good-neighbor pol-
icy is demonstrated by the students of
Spanish - Agatha Baviera, Anna Mae
Lucas, Iune Ogden, Genevieve Naczyn-
Another eager group of American cit-
izens learning German pronunciation,
conversation, and dictation are Yvonne
Snyder, Marilyn Mclienna, Carolyn Roz-
man, Clare Williams.
With Loday's emphasis on science,
these freshmen - Mary Conway, Sarah
Wivell, Catherine Tevis, Thelma Barry
have an early start. They are demonstrat-
ing slow oxidation.
Cheek and double-check! Our fresh-
men learn discrimination and exaetness
while acquiring skill in tracking down
the unknown in Algebra class. They are
Ruth Bumiller, Ann Parrendo,,Eileen
Ford, Patricia McCampbell.
Learning to be atlept with the
protractor, ruler, and compass will help
these Geometry students - Theresa
Rudzik, Virginia Kontrik, Ruth Car-
lin, and Catherine Derbish - to gen-
eralize and think definitely in abstract
Marilyn Mclienna and 1-Ielen lirue-
ne are reaching the solution for this
trigonometry problemg Sister M. Fel-
icitas cheeks from the sicle.
Observing the exact methods of
procedure anal precision, our seniors -
Mary Voellaer, Agnes Kubanie, Marion
Wetzel, and Helen Bruene - are ap-
plying the laws of physics in an experi-
ment on Hooke's Law and with the
The important position of Chem-
istry in our modern world cannot be
doubted. Its future possibilities engross
our juniors - Patricia Galvin, Albina
Semancik, Margaret Matlia, Mary Capp
while they experiment with electro-
lytes and non-electrolytes.
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Elizabeth Patty, fstandingj-and Ber-
nice Evans and Amelia Husava fon
floorj - to handle any emergencyg
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I collection ol? plants
. for Botany class is proudly examined
3 and displayed by Agnes Wright, Rose-
mary l-Irabak, Ioan Nigrelli, Dorothy
The basic foundation lor the study of
medicine, nursing, or social work is be-
ing laid here by our Sophomores-Rita
Salad 'Anna Mae Kuzma, Christine
VVoods, Rita Mae Foley-who are se-
curing lirst-hand facts from observa-
Now more than ever the country
needs healthy citizens to carry on post-
war reconstruction. These Iuniors-
Ruth Mcfiurgan, Kathleen I-Ierzer,
Alice Connelly, and Catherine Geh-
ringer - seem to enjoy a class in Hy-
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Our school nurse, Sister M. Lucy, R. N., administers
quick and sure relief to the casualties sustained by Tillie
Vrsansky, Dolores Stecnkist, Mary Louise Klauscher.
What's cooking? You'll have to ask Iosephine
edorski and Dorothy Kutcher because they stirred
Sister M. Paula gives the Final
he ingredients while
Under Sister M. Catherines skillful directing,
ur seniors - Mary Ieanne Meiiurgan, Genevieve
Iajkut, Dolores Polyak, Dorothy Minihane - are
taining proficiency in plain sewing, embroidery,
ocheting and knitting. Some finished products are
Medicines must be given with exactness, the patient
must be comfortable, the nurse must be cheerful. These
luniors - Dolores Klimko, Dorothy Szykowny, Ruth Vogel
are putting Home Nursing into actual practice for future
efficiency. Marion Winkler and Albina Semancik are play-
These ellicient commercial students
are becoming well acquainted in han-
dling various office machines, as the
mimeograph ditto, mul-
tigraph. They are Nancy
vieve Majkut, Margaret Lascak, Mar-
Bottom - left
It is possible - 57 Words a minute.
The students - Mary Ieane McGurgan,
Olga Zello, Dolores Polyak, Martha
Palka, Bernadette Piekarski - realize
that speed is the introduction to a fu-
ture oflice job.
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Our future business experts-Andrey
I-lartigan, Audrey Gehringer, Marie
Thomas, Gertrude Bacik - put in
hours of practice at the Hling cabinet
in order to become somebody's efficient
Dorothy Choplto, Marie Slobodnik,
and Iosephine Vavrek have as their
goal 120 words per minute while Anna
Grace Coltus and Alberta Straka are
Watching out for accuracy in tran
scribing shorthand notes.
Adrniring au attractive display of completed canvases
are our topnolch art students Audrey Harrigan and Mary
Kaufman. Sister M. Mildred, instructor, looks on with
Masterpieces have a good chance of appearing from the
careful and exact lingers of our artists - Tillie Vrsansky,
Iacqueline Berie, Dolores Steenkist, Wilma Pechak, Albina
Semancik, Anna Mae Lucas.
Individual musical talent is professionally developed by
Sister M. Cecilia. The duet is played by Mayne McKee who
is at the piano and Theresa Rudzili who plays the violin,
while Sister checks on the time element.
Constance Frank and Mary Louise Parana Will be able
organists with all the training in the study of the control of
the mechanism of the organ along with manual and pedal
That's what we call aetive attention
in our sophomores-Bottonzz Sylvia
Raus, Alice Weber, Theresa Kasuba,
Lenora Zawoyslii, Mary Saunders, Mary
Heyl, Rita Potts, Dolores Swetonicg lop:
Agnes Lesko, lrene Mihal, Lorraine Car-
lin-antl you see why Sr. M. Gerard
takes such :i keen interest in choral
A source ol' enjoyment to the Eng-
lish classes-choral recitation. Our zest-
lul sophomores and freshmen carry over
a poem into lile, liorm, and feeling.
They are-Firxl Row: Anna Mae Kuz-
nia, loan Krall, loan Hartigan, llllen
Sirianni, Beatrice Cholko, Marie Bertlisg
Second Row: Helen Mereulov, Margaret
Safcak, Pauline McMahon, Louise Mar-
Hak, Virginia Kontrik, Third Rom:
Theresa Luther, Margaret Pnalcovich,
Margaret Helz, Irene Lippellg Fourth
Row: Anna Flack, Dolores Monuski,
ls the world in your way? Let the
Iuniors - Ruth Stephany, lietsy Ann
Coll, Anne Gregantla, Frances Howarth,
Franor Miller, Agnes Gnipp-show you
how to set facts straight. The globe is a
most reliable source and guide in Ameri-
Our freshmen-Mary Barntloller,
Virginia Roche, Catherine Reed, lean
Conti-are learning to cope with thc
problems ol: the present clay through
a stutly of the past. Here they set their
mincls at rest about the location of Rome
in the Ancient NVorlcl.
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Our Freshmen of Section I - First Row: Marion
Schumacher, Ruth Bumiller, Virginia Roche, Thelma Barry,
Dolores Dixon, Ann Callaghan, Frances Romano, Marion
King, Second Row: Catherine Tevis, Mary Barndoller, Mary
Lou Straka, Cecilia Iacko, Helen Merculov, Rosemary De
Temple, Catherine Reed, Ann Parrentlo, Dolores Irgangg
Third Row: Ioan Hartigan, lean Conti, Pauline McMahon,
Thelma Vavrek, Beatrice Cholko, Louise Marflak, Patricia
Walker, Loretta Solinskyg Fourth Row: Adrienne Berie,
Eileen Ford, Irene Lippell, Dolores Monuski, Amelia Hu-
sava, Mary Conway, Mary Harris.
Lenders for Fresh men:
Sr. Magdalen fHome Room Teacher, Sec. HD
Mary Lou Straka CSecretary, Sec. lj
Adrienne Berie fPresident Sec. U
Sr. M. Bonaventure fl-Iome Room Teacher, Sec. Ij
Mildred Shelleby fPresident, Sec. Ilj
Donna Dublino fSecretary, Sec. HQ
Our freshmen - CBott0mQ Alice Brunner,
Frances Romano, Rosemary DeTemple, Ann
Manzella, Thelma Vavrek: CTopJ Helen Mer-
culov, Elizabeth Foglio, Belly Miller - linger,
chatting pleasantly before the lunch period is up.
Our Freshmen of Section ll - Flillff Row:
C. English, E. Foglio, King, C. Baker, T. Ciba,
C. Vignale, C. Katusin, B. Wright, D. Steen-
kist, B. Chasarikg Serorzd Row: M. Amhrein,
F. Lamm, P, McCamphell, M. McChesney, B.
Miller, A. Manzella, I. Marshall, D. Dubliuo,
M. Klauseherq Third Row: B. Evans, T. Luther,
M. Shellehy, E. Loehig, P. Fratto, I. Timpani,
E. Patty, A. Brunner: Fourth Row: M. Lukaeh,
M. Pnakovich, D. Monuski, A. Flack.
MOVING AHEAD - OUR SOPHOMORES
Our So homores of Section II - First Row' I. Fedorski,
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I. Potocki, M. Saunders, A. Salinctro, D. Kutcher, C. Sham-
lin M. A. Soltis, M. Kelly, V. Kontrilig Slf6'0lZd Row: M.
Weaver, lo. Zawoyski, T. Ccnkncr, Nancy Logeman, li. Bed-
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Walker M. C. Murphy, A. Hannon, M. L. Stat , ren ,
A. M. liuzma, T. Kusubag Fourfh Row: R. M. Foley, C
Dcrhish, S. Raus, A. Weber, I. Fecheck, R. Hralnali, M. Bclz
Lccizlcrs for Sop!1omo1'c.v.' - Qliottom lcflj
Thcrcsa Cenkucr fScc1'etary, Sec. QI
Sr. lmmaculata QI-Ionic Room Teacher, Scc. .YI
Margaret Bclz CPrcsic.lcnt, Sec. Zj
Sr. M. Eymarcl fl-lome Room Teacher, Scc. lj
Marion Mngcr QPiesident, Sec. lj
Christine Woods Secretary, Scc. lj
Our Sophomores of Section I - First Rom:
A, W'right, N. Ross N. Cirincione, R. Breier, I.
Nigrelli, E. Siriunni, W. Pechak, I. Krallg Second
Row: E. Mitricka, D. Sinchak, H. Strike, M.
Shina, M. Berdis, C. Woods, M. Safchakg Thzrd
Row: N. Yantchik, C. Petter, R. Safa, A. Polyak,
M. I-Iudacin, L. Carling Fourth Row: I. Berie,
R. Carlin, P. Kubanic, A. Markovich, T. Rudzik,
A. M. Dakoskig Fifth Rom: I. Tock, M. Mager,
' D. Swctonic, M. Kaufman, M. I-Ieyl.
A jolly group of our sophomores heading
for the path home after a clayis Work. They are
loft zo right - M. Mager, I. Tockg M. Hudacin,
I. Potockig Middle: N. Cirincione, A. Marko-
vichg Top: A. Weber, M. Safcak.
Our juniors hold a "cram" session on one of the stair-
waysg looks as il: the test might be a "tough" one for Alice
Connelly, Agatha Baviera, Agnes Gnipp, Catherine Gehr-
inger, Patricia Galvin, Mary Giglio, Mary Capp, Betsy A. Coll
Our Iuniors are - First Row: A. Connelly, C. Rozman
C. Gehringer, I. Ogclen, M. Winkler, L. Ciz, A. Gregenela
A. Semancili, S. Franlig Second Row: Franor Miller, B. A.
Coll, A. Baviera, G. Naczynslai, M. Madia, I. Kovae. F.
Howarth, R. Stephanyg Third Row: P. Galvin, T. Vrsansky
A. M Lucas Mar Riordan G. Kovae M A. Kovac A
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Gnippg Fourth Row: D. Szykowny, C. Williams. R. McGur-
gan, M.. Capp, Rosemary Solinslcy, K. Herzerg Fifth Row
B. Korinsky, M. A. lennis, Mary Roos, R. Vogel, M. Taylor
Sixth Rom: R. Iohnston, Y. Snyder, V. liralosky, M. L. Pa-
rana, D. Klimko.
Lezzzlcrs for lunior.r.'
losephine Kovac CVice-president,
Mary Roos fSecretaryj
Sr. M. Paula fl-Iome Room Teacherj
Rosemary Solinsky CClass Pre-sidentb
Verne Kralosky ffreasurerj
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ON THE SUMMIT
OF THE PATH
Our Valedictorian . . .
Leaders for Seniors:
Marie Slobodnik QSccrctaryj
Marie Thomas fTfCZZlSUfC1'D
Sr. M. Icannc QHome Room Teachcrj
Loretta Taylor CVicc Prcsidcutj
Alberta Struka fClz1ss Prcsidentj
Our Salutatorian . .
DOROTHY ELIZABETH CHOPKO
347 Helen Street, McKees Rocks
Class President 3, Honor Student 1-2-4g
Catholic Action Zg Dramatics 1-4g Echoes
Reporter 1-2-3-43 Typist 4g Chimes Staff 43
ANNA GRACE COKUS
503 Vulcan Street, McKees Rocks
St. Mark Parish, Commercial Course
Honor Student 1-2-45 Third Order Memberg
Third Order Secretary 43 Dramatics 1-49
Committees 1-2-3g Echoes Reporter 1--2-3-4,
Typist 43 Chimes Staff 4
THERESA MARIE FRUSTACI
1304 Superior Avenue, Pittsburgh
Regina Coeli Parishg Academic Course
Sacred Heart High School l-Zg Catholic Action 3-4
Dramatics 43 Echoes Reporter 3-4g Chimes Staff 4g
Third Order Member
AUDREY IULIA GEHRINGER
R. D. 7, Box 3, Bellevue Road, Bellevue
Assumption Parishg Commercial Course
Basketball lg Dramatics 4g Committees 1-2-3-43
May Queen Attendant 4
HELEN MARIE BRUENE
612 Mindora Street, Mount Washington
St. Iustin Parish, Academic Course
Basketball 3-43 Catholic Action 43 Dramatics lg
Committees 1-2g Third Order Member
GERTRUDE SUSAN BACIK
1520 Island Avenue, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parishg Commercial Course -
Basketball lg Dramatics 1: Committees 1-2--3--43
Librarian's Aide lg Book Club 1
A CLASS OF '46
MARTHA IEANNE I-IAPP
386 Calderwood Street, Bellevue
Assumption Parish g Academic Course
Class Vice-President 1-2-33 Honor
Student l-23 Librarian's Aide l-2-3g
Basketball Manager 4g Catholic Action 3-4g
Dramatics lg Committees 1-2-33 Echoes
Reporter l-2-3g Co-editor 4g Book Club 1-2-3g
AUDRRY CLARK I-IARTIGAN
554 Maryland Avenue, Bellevue
Assumption Parishg Commercial Course
Catholic Action 2-3g Dramatics l-4g
Committees l-2--lg Chimes Artist 45
Sodality Attendant 4
MARIE ADRIENNE I-IURRAY
20 Oakwood Avenue, Avalon
Assumption Parishg Academic Course
Dramatics 4g Catholic Action 4g
Committees lg Echoes Reporter 3g
Chimes Business Staff lg
Third Order Novice Mistress
ELIQANOR DOl.UR1iS KELLER
206 Northwest l7th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Holy lnnocents Parishg Commercial Course
Gesu High School 1-2-3g Committees 4g
Catholic Action 4g Honor Student 3g
Basketball 3g May Queen Attendant 1
VERONICA DOROTHY KRALOSKY
2622 Harrold Street, Pittsburgh
St. Cahriel Parishp Academic Course
liaskethall l-2-3g Catholic Action 2g
Third Order Memherg Echoes Reporter 2-3g
Sodality Treasurer 2g Sodality Vice-prefect 3g
Committees lg Class Treasurer 3
AGNES MARY KUBANIC
2667 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parish: Academic Course
Honor Student l-2g llasliethall lg Dramatics lg
Committees l-2-3-4g Echoes Business Manager 4
MARGARET ELEANOR LASCAK
131816 Halsey Place, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parishg Commercial Course
Basketball lg Dramatics 45 Committees 1-Z-3-4
GENEVIEVE OLIVE MAIKUT
122 West Sth Avenue, Homestead
St. Ann Parishg Commercial Course
Homestead High School 13 Committees 2-3-43
Librarianis Aide 2-3
DOROTHY MAE MARTIN
21 East Orchard Avenue, Bellevue
Assumption Parishg Academic Course
Class Secretary 23 Honor Student 1-2-3-43
Basketball 1-2-3-4g Catholic Action 3-43
Dramatics lg Committees 1--23 Echoes Reporter 1-2-3
Editor 4g Chimes Editor 43 Third Order Vice-Prelcctg
Duquesne University Scholarship
DOROTHY ANN MINIHANE
2713 Brighton Road, Pittsburgh
St. Francis Xavier Parishg Academic Course
Basketball 1-2-3-4g Co-captain 4g Dramatics 1-'ig
Committees 1-43 Third Order Member
MARY IEANNE MCGURGAN
193 Kendall Avenue, Bellevue
Assumption Parishg Commercial Course
Basketball lg Dramatics 1-43 Committees 1-2-4
MAYNE OLGA McKEE
1 Royal Street, Pittsburgh
St. Boniface Parishg Academic Course
Holy Ghost High School 23 ,Dramatics 4g
Committees lg Chimes Business Staff -lg
Third Order Member
MARILYN ANN McKENNA
44 North Euclid Avenue, Bellevue
Assumption Parishg Academic Course
Basketball lg Co-manager 43 Catholic Action 5--45
Dramatics lg Committees l-Zg Echoes Reporter 3-43
Third Order Member, Treasurer 4, Book Club 1-2-.3
MARTHA CONSTANCE PALKA
1261 Columbus Avenue, Pittsburgh
St.. Gabriel Parishg Commercial Course
Basketball l-2, Dramatics l-4g Committees l--2-4
MARY LOUISE PARANA
2206 Lovell Avenue, Barnesboro
St. Iohn the Baptist Parishg Academic Course
Class President lg Honor Student 1-2-3g
Echoes Reporter 1-21 Assistant Editor 3g
Sodality Treasurer 33 Third Order Member,
Committees l-2g Co-organist 3
IIZERNADETTIZ TIA-IERESA PIEKARSKI
820 Gallion Avenue, lirookline
Resurrection Parishg Commercial Course
Elizabeth Seton High School 3g Class
Treasurer Zg- liaslietball lg Dramatics lg
Committees lg Echoes Reporter 2
DOLORES LORIET TA POLYAK
2929 Holbrook Street, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parishg Commercial Course
Oliver High School lg Irwin Trade 23
Dramatics 43 Committees 3-4
MARY IANE SNAVV
5712 Hampton Street, East Liberty
Sacred I-leart Parishg General Course
Peabody I-ligh School 2-3g Class Secretary lg
Dramatics lg Third Order Member: Committees l-4
ALBERTA MARIE STRAKA
1239 I-Iaslage Avenue, Pittsburgh
St. Ambrose Parishg Commercial Course
Class President 4g Honor Student lg Dramatics 1-45
Committees 1-2-3-43 Echoes Business Manager 45
Speakers' Club 35 May Crowning, Maid-of-honor 4
MARIE ALBERTA SLOBODNIK
2325 McCook Street, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parishg Commercial Course
Basketball 13 Dramatics 1-4g Echoes Reporter 1-2g
Cheerleader lg Committees 1-2--43 Prom Queen 4g
Third Order Member
LORETT A ANNE TAYLOR
321 Cleveland Avenue, Avalon
Assumption Parishg Academic Course
Class Vice-president 4g Basketball 1-2-3-45
Captain 3-4g Catholic Action 3-4g Dramatics 4g
Committees lg Echoes Reporter 3-43 Sodality
Vice-president 3g May Queen 4g Third Order Member
IVIARIE STEPHANIE THOMAS
5161 Carnegie Avenue, Pittsburgh
St. Kieran Parishg Commercial Course
Class Treasurer 3-49 Dramatics lg
Committees 1-3-43 Echoes Reporter 1
IOSEPI-IINE PATRICIA VAVREK
110 Patterson Street, McKees Rocks
St. Mark Parishg Commercial Course
Honor Student 1-2-3-4g Catholic Action 4g
Dramatics 1-43 Committees lg Echoes Typist 4g
Third Order Prefect 45 Echoes Reporter 4
NANCY DELLA VITI
1219 Second Avenue, Coraopolis
St. Ioseph Parishg General Course
Coraopolis Iunior High lg Catholic Action 3-4g
Dramatics 39 Basketball, Business Manager 4g
Committees 2--3-4g Sodality Prefect 4g Third Order Member
MARY ESTELLE VOELKER
704 Clinton Avenue, Bellevue
Assumption Purishg Academic Course
St. Benedict Academy l-2-3g
Mt. Assisi 4
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MARION LORRAINE WETZEL
1203 Superior Avenue, Pittsburgh
St. Gabriel Parishg Academic Course
Basketball l-2-3-4g Catholic Action 3-4g
Committees lg Third Order Member
OLGA ANN ZELLO l
Box lll R. D. No. 1, McKees Rocks
Holy Ghost Parishg Commercial Course
Robinson Township High School 1-2-3g
Mt. Assisi 43 Basketball 2g Committee 3g
May Festival l-2-3
ALMA MATER SALVE
F our long years, from day to day,
Thou hast helped us on our Way,
F1lled our hearts Wlth WlSdOm s food
Gu1ded us to paths of good
Now We leave thee, leave thy fost rmg care
ln llfe s battle We our part must bear
lVlay thy mem ry 1n our hearts ablde
Llghten all ou1 onward path, our footsteps gu1de
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'PRESENTING OUR HONORSTJUDENTS
OUR FOUR-YEAR HONOR
Below Right -
OUR ONE-YEAR HONOR
I7i1'5! Rom - Marion Mager, Alberta
Strzlku, Norma Ross, Wilma Pechak,
Sammi Row - Sylvia Frank, Mary
Cupp, Dorothy Szyltowny
Our Three-year Honor
Bottom:-Mary Ann Kovuc,
Center-Ann Grace Cokus
Top-Mary Lou Paruna,
Dorothy Chopko ,
Our Two-year Honor .
First Row-Martha Shina,
Elizabeth Mitricka, Dorothy
Sinchak, Ellen Siriannig
Second Row-Margaret Hu-
dacin, Martha Ieanne Happ,
linsky, Clare Fetter.
Agnes Kubanic, Rosemary So-
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IN GRACE -
ADVA CI GI
The center and source of light up-
on the Path of our high school life has
always been the Chapel. Here many a
classroom discouragement, ambition,
or dream is Whispered into the under-
standing ear of Christ. The Academy
provides numerous opportunities for
religious development, Holy Mass and
daily Holy Communion, the annual re-
treat, and an active participation in the
ceremonies of the liturgical seasons
create a spiritual atmosphere that is
conducive to personal holiness. The
spiritual direction of the students is in
the hands of the chaplain, Reverend
Clarence Tschippert, O. F. M. Cap.
Students are active in mission Work, in
providing catechetical instruction in
rural areas, and in offering their serv-
ices at the St. Francis Retreat l-louse.
Thus enlightened and strengthened in
their Faith, the students give gener-
ously of heart, intellect, and will for
the glory of God and the betterment of
BEFORE THE ALTAR TI-IRONE
Where falt'ring feet Hnd cool surcease,
And Weary hearts Win soothing peaceg
Where troubled minds forget to plocl,
And rest upon the breast of God. -
Where children's prayers, angelic sighs,
F rom hearts, like White-gold censers, rise
And steep the air with ling'ring scents
Of incense sweet of innocence.
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The postulants - Marie Berdis, Dorothy
Sinchalt, Martha Shina, Helen Strike, Eliz-
abeth Mitrieka - prepare lor Holy Mass in
the school auditorium, a weekly event.
The entire student body prays the Mass
with the priest, an impressive and inspiring
The pause between sessions linds a stu-
dent, Marjorie Taylor, before the statue of
the Infant lesus to pay silent tribute to the
virtues of the Holy Childhood and to seek
inspiration and guidance.
The Forty Hours' Devotion was an im-
pressive cercmony. It was an inspiring sight
to witness the devotion and reverence shown
to our Eucharistic King on His procession
through the school halls. The entire student
body joined in paying homage.
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The Christmas Story -
An Attempt to Brighten
And Maybe to Enlighten
"Angels we have heard on high
Sweetly singing o'er the plain
'Gloria in Excelsis Deo.' H
A Christmas Cantata was presented
by our graders.
Forgiveness and mercy
were ably portrayed in
Program the play "Cost of a Pro-
mise" hy Suzanne Rich-
ardson, Marlen Visok-
ey, Peggy Fleeger, Lois
Fusek, Anne Fuellen-
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graders stole the hearts of the audience.
Bottom: Bonnie Lee Lawton, Mary
Ann Lziuko, Catherine Marflak, Mary
Louise Nigrclli, Claudia Fuellenworth,
Ianice Grimes. Top: Rosemary Iournic,
Roselea Zaborowski, Annette Ferris,
Sandra Lee Caplena, Franny Di Pietro,
Mary Io Ferris.
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A long winding procession and I1 gift of
fragrant Hovvers are the students' tribute to
Our Lady each year on Coronation Day.
With dignity and loveliness this traditional
rite is performed - 21 symbol of love and
loyalty to Mary, our model of vvomanly per-
LORETTA TAYLOR, May Queen,
LORETTA MULLEN, Crown Bearer
"Sing, my soul, my Saviour's glory,
Sing, my soul, our Lady's name,
Sing the great and gracious favors
Mary's servants all can claim.
"Onward Christians, on to Iesus,
On through Mary, ever onl
This the secret of salvation -
Through the Mother to the Son.
i'Working in her, working by her,
I can treacl as Iesus trod,
'Tis the secret to be holy,
And to do the Will of God."
TO JESUS THROUGH MARY
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Placing first things First are our
freshmen - lane Timpani, Dor-
othy Monuski, Carmela Vignale,
who point with pride to the out-
standing zeal displayed by the
school in the work of the Holy
Childhood, ransoming pa ga n
IN FULL BLOOIVI
The little insignihczint st
has ll big mission to perf
across seas in foreign lands
We see - Philomena F
Freida Lamxn, Betty Miller,
Ilthel Loehig preparing them
their long and useful journe'
A delightful part of mission activity is enter-
taining a section of the "Colored Harvest" at a
Christmas Party, an annual event sponsored by the
Left io riglil: Adrienne Hurray, Dorothy Mnihane, Mary Voelker, Margaret Lascak,
Gertrude Baeik, Olga Zello, Theresa Frustaci
A VANCI G I
ln the midst of the confusion of chang-
ing standards and shifting theories, the stu-
dents of Mount Assisi Academy are shown
the sure path of character, strength, and re-
sponsibility in our democracy. Students are
trained to maintain good health, emotional
balance, high moral purpose, and scholarly
habits. Activities are so distributed that they
make for the growth of the interests of the
students and the development of their talents
in preparation for a career and a full life.
Sports, hobbies, social interests, membership
in various clubs, many in-school and out-of-
school experiences are drawn upon to cul-
tivate to the fullest the creative abilities. of
each student. As a result, the students are
prepared for group responsibilities in today's
THE "ECHOES" STAFF AND
An alert Cl-IIMES STAFF makes for an outstanding
and interesting yearbook. Audrey I-lartigan, Theresa Fru-
staci, Dorothy Martin, Anna Grace Cokus, and Dorothy
Chopko evaluate pictures.
The CI-IIMES Business Managers, Mayne Mcliee and
Adrienne I-Iurray, determine the winners of the senior ad
and patron drive on the graph chart.
The outlet for creative writing,
THE ECI-IOES, which merited
membership in the Quill and
Scroll Society with the hrst print-
ed issue. The memhers of the
staff are - Salted: Dorothy Mar-
We present the editor of the Echoes, Dorothy Martin
she glances at an evaluation of a copy ol: the school
tin, Marilyn McKenna, Dorothy A
Chopko, Anna Grace Cokus,
Iosephine Vavrek - Standing:
Martha lean Happ, Agnes Ku-
banic, Loretta Taylor, Alberta
Straka, Sylvia Frank.
LOGIC IN THOUGHT
Where but in actual practice in a debate club can a
student learn to comprehend ideas accurately, and to ex-
press and organize them clearly? The members of the De-
bate Club pictured here are - Sitting: Adrienne Berie, Mar-
garet Mae VVeaver, Norma Ross, Rose Marie Breier, Clare
Petter, Sylvia Frankg Srandi11g'.' Lillian Ciz, Grace English,
Rosemary De Temple, Anna Marie Polyak, lacqueline Bcrie,
Gavel news included a season ol' debating for Mount
Assisi as a member ol' the Federation of Catholic l-ligh
Schools. Scene from a debate finds Norma Ross and lo-
sephine Tocli as alilirmatives, and Rose Marie Breier and
Clare Fetter as negatives. The chairman is Anna M. Polyali.
GRACE IN SPEECH
Speech development has played a big role in school life
this year. The experience acquired by participating in a
speech or debate contest possesses a glory and satisfaction
all its own. Victories are just as sweet as, if not sweeter than
those won by physical exertion on the athletic court. It is
not easy to become an effective speaker, it takes hours of
practice and years of thoughtful laborg but its accomplish-
ment is worthwhile. Through the ability to speak well,
students of Mount Assisi Academy will become dominant
factors in the life of our Democracy.
Can you select the winner from among these orators?
Yes, it's our efficient junior, Lillian Ciz, second from right.
Alberta Straka, Sylvia Frank and Catherine Katusin showed
" IT WAS A GAY TIME
GAY WAS THE TIME, GAY THE NIGHT
EVERYONE CAME AND DANCED WITH DELIGI-IT
T THE IUNIOR PROM -- -
Below - Right
Where a glorious and up-to-date effect in dec-
orating is required, call upon the combined efforts
of our Decca Club members - Mary Riorclan,
Mary Ann Iennis, Sylvia Frank, Lillian Ciz, Regina
Those responsible for the delightful time at
the Iunior Prom were these chairmen of committees
- Rosemary Solinsky, puhlicityg Tillie Vrsansky,
ticket: Margaret Madia, decoratingg Dolores Klim-
ko, receptiong Dorothy Szykowny, checking,
The chaperons at the Iunior Prom were these
honored guests - Mrs. I. Slobodnik, Mrs. A. Mar-
tin, Mrs. I. Straka, Mrs. F. I-Iapp, Mrs. I. Palka,
Mrs. P. Viti, Mrs. E. Taylor.
A cheerful spot even on rainy days
is the car stop where a happy group
of girls go aboard toward destination
The honorary members ol? the Ri-
ders' Club as pictured here are Mary
Riorclan and Lillian Ciz who acquired
their skill in horsemanship at the Ross
Riding Stables, Bellevue.
The brisk cold weather gets out a
jolly trio at the Little Flower Villa
on the campus grounds. They are
Marion Mager, Clare Petter, Rosemary
The postulants of Mount Assisi
Convent pose among the cloister col-
umns. They are-Firrt Row: Irene
Mihal, Theresa Luther, Dorothy Sin-
chak, Anna Mae Kuzma, Theresa Ka-
suba, Marie Berdis, Martha Shina and
Elizabeth Mitricka. Second Row:
Helen Strike, Margaret Pnakovich,
Helen Kopas, Constance Frank, Vero-
nica Kralosky, Mary Lou Parana, The-
resa Baloga, Margaret Miller, Anna
Flack, Dorothy Benko.
Those wonderful and tasty cafeteria
meals had their origin right here in
this cheerful kitchen under the skill-
ful management of Sr. M. Alexia, Sr.
Pauline, Sr. M. Fabian, and Sr. M.
All the girls enjoy the lunch period
in the spacious cafeteria with its friend-
ly atmosphere. Sister M. Lucy is shown
displaying her wares while customers
are served hy Margaret Miller and
Theresa Baloga, our senior postulants.
Lively chatter intersperses the mo-
ments of social life at lunch period in
Sell?-Service is the big word at the
Coke machine where each awaits her
turn for refreshments.
KEY WOMAN BEHIND TITLE
HSECTIONAL CHAMPS OF THE CATHOLIC HIGH
. SCHOOL LEAGUE"
A coach designed for leadership and victory is Mrs.
Caroline Williams Zingle, who through her own attainment
of high ideals transmitted the same spirit to her team. An
authority on girls' basketball, holding a degree of B. S. in
Health Education from Slippery Ro:lt Teachers' College,
and having done graduate work at the University of Pitts-
burgh, Mrs. Zingle is one of the finest coaches and basket-
ball officials in Western Pennsylvania. The enduring spirit
of sportsmanship and fair play displayed in all situations
by the Mount Assisi team is the supreme tribute to a sterling
The CHIMES photographer "catches', our cap-
tain LORETTA TAYLOR and co-captain DOR-
OTHY MINIHANE as they plan last minute strat-
egy before a decisive game.
DOROTHY MARTIN- MARION WETZEL- LORETTA T
Our "shorty," Dorothy Martin, uses You'll always find Marion Wetzel Our tall, graceful captain, "Red Tay-
snappy fakes and passes to make up cheering her teammates and lending lor," once again guided the varsity
for her lack of height. a hand to turn the tide for victory. to victory. i
HELEN BRUENE- VERONICA KRALOSKY- DOROTHY MINIHANE-
The winning qualities of eagerness Energetic and resourceful Verne From "Dorn Minihane's twinkling
and fair play endeared Helen to all Kralosky has udribbled and passed" eyes shines winning friendliness
s. her way into many hearts since she which made her a dependable co-
first appeared on the court. captain.
Sylvia Frank, scorekeeper, and Lillian
Ciz, timekeeper, watch closely as the game
nears its hnal thrilling seconds.
Dorothy Minihane and Doroth M '
are illustrating a tagging foul at the clini
iversity oli Pitts-
burgh girls' team in a demonstration game which
was part of the basketball clinic held at Arsenal
Iunior High School.
MAA team against the Un' ' '
The vivacious cheerleaders led hy their captain,
Marion Mager, induce a resounding cheer from the
fans as Mount Assisi takes the lead. Left to right:
Marion Mager, Catherine Shamlin, Dolores Dixon,
Wilma Pechak, Ioan Krall, Ieanne Fecheck, Mar-
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We've dubbed our new scoreboard "Forever
Faithful," a title valiantly won since it has weathered
the hard knocks of excited fans many times to come
smiling through to victory.
First Rom: Rosemary Solinsky, Alice Hannon,
Iosepliinc Kovac, Dorothy Martin, Marion Winklerg
Second Row: Dorothy Minihane, Dolores Swe-
tonic, Mary Heyl, Tillie Vrsansky, Marion Wetzel
Third Row: Rita Foley, Loretta Taylor, Bernar-
dine Korinsky, Mary Ann Iennis, Verne Kralosky
Marjorie Taylor, Lorraine Carlin.
Rev. Stephen Basovsky
Rev. Michael P. Begany
Dr. Ioseph I. Bellas
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. A. Bodnar
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iames Bray
Rev. Michael Ditsky
Rev. Ioseph A. Ferenz
Rev. Ioseph F. Gasho
Mr. 8: Mrs. Fred Bacik
Mrs. Hettie E. Baker
Rev. Ioseph A. Hanik
Rev. George I. Barlock
Mr. Sr Mrs. Iohn Barlok
ir 'lr if PATRONS
Rev. Michael I. Holly
Rev. Clement I-Irtanek
Mr. at Mrs. Andrew Kasko
Rev. George M. Malinak
Rev. I. G. Novorolsky
Sr Mrs. M. Ondrusek
. Paul M. Pekarik
ir if P A TR O N S
Rev. I. E. Istocin
. Ioseph Kacprowicz
Rev. Francis Karabinos
Rev. I. Kerchnyak
Mr. 8: Mrs. Karl Klauscher
Rene Lorrain Et Cie
Rev. A. I. Sakson
Rev. Paul I. Simko
Mrs. Maria K. Sinak
Rev. Emil R. Suchon
Mr. 25: Mrs. Stephen Toth
Rev. Ioseph Vrhunec
Rev. C. Tschippert, O. F. M.
Mr. Sc Mrs. Stephen Parana
Miss Margaret Peer
Rev. Ladislas I. Petrick
Rev. S. C. Piekarski
Rev. William M. Pisarcik
Rev. I. S. Benson
Rev. Andrew Bialobok
Mr. Paul I. Bruene
Very Rev. Raphael Chonta, O.F.M.
Miss Agnes Danko
Mrs. M. Drobnak
Mrs. Daisy Ernst
Mr. 6: Mrs. Victor Fabian
Mr. 8: Mrs. Nicholas Konecny
Mr. Sr Mrs. Andrew Kralosky
Very Rev. I. A. Kushner
Rev. G. Leichs
Lou's Service Station
Mr. on Mrs. Thomas Lovrich
Thomas A. Lovrich
Mr. Sz Mrs. A. E. Martin
. Lawrence Pollak, O.F.M.
Mrs. Anna Polyak
. I. Popovic
Alice Ridzon R. N.
Rev. Martin B. Rubicky
Rev. Iohn P. Sedlak
Rev. V. G. Sedlak
Freshmen Sec. l.
Freshmen Sec. ll.
Mrs. Rachel Galvin
Dr. M. Gaydosh
Rev. Ralph Gladis
Rev. Francis Glenn
Mrs. Susan Golias
Miss Benedicta Grom
Rev. Ferris Guay
Rev. Iohn M. Matlos
Rev. Stephen Meko
Mr. 6: Mrs. Iohn Melichar
MAA Debating Club
MAA Sodality BVM
Miss Ann Mrockovski
Seventh 8 Eighth Graders
Rev. Ioseph Seyboldt
Mrs. Iosephine Shaw
Mr. Sr Mrs. Ioseph Sil-:ora
Miss Elizabeth Smieska
Sophomores Sec. l.
Sophoniores Sec. ll.
Rev. Rudolph Halvonik
Rev. Iohn G. Hamrak
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank N. Happ
Rev. Thomas B. Harnyak
Rev. Ignatius Herkel
Rev. Michael I-lornak
Mr. Ioseph I-Iuba
Mr. S: Mrs. C. A. I-Iurray Sr.
Rev. Francis R. Mullen
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul McGurgan
Mr. Sz Mrs. A. H. McKenna
Miss Mary McVeigh
Mr. Albert A. Novak
Rev. Andrew V. Stefan
Rev. Francis Vilha, O.F.M.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Pio Viti
Rev. Iohn Vlhu
Mr. Sc Mrs. Alois Voelker
Mr. Sc Mrs. Floyd Wenglikowsk
I. A. Zahorchak
Rev. Roger Zenaty, O.F.M.
We are indebted to all who have helped in producing
our Year Book, particularly
To Mr. Ropkey, Mr. Benson, and Mr. Noer of the
Indianapolis Engraving Co. for their valuable suggestions,
excellent workmanship, and promptnessg
To the Catholic Home Iournal Publishing Co., par-
ticularly Father Urban, for a similar reasong
To Mr. Partridge and Miss Kelly of the Chesshire
Studio for their photographic work and co-operationg
To Mr. Cooley of the S. K. Smith Co. for the 'beautiful
cover and prompt services
To Father Clarence for personal interest in the well-
being of "The Chimes" and for numerous helpful sugges-
tions and servicesg
To the student-body for their splendid co-operation in
the financing of the bookg
To all our Friends who have supported us through
THANK YOU ..... ALL
The flduiser and The Stag
These lassics ol' the upper grades are looking ahead to the
ime when they will he ushered into the High School life of
Mount Assisi which they have already learned to love. They
ealize the Path is a pleasant one: that it leads into many un-
'xplored turns and twists and exciting adventures, that they
vill find their feet on the path to fulfilling their utmost pos-
Ffryl Row: Virginia Burns, Iacqueline Baker, Bonnie Mac-
farland, Nancy Schumacher, Shirley Duhlino, Mary Ann Con-
iors, Lois liusek, Roselea Wills, llarhara Cushnahan, Shirley
lavanaugh, Rosemary Galvin, Betty Ann Krah.
Second Row: Eileen McDonough, Berthetta Planchar, Suz-
anne Richardson, I-lildegarde Rosenberger, Gloria Youhas, Peg-
gy Fleeger, Regina McDonough, Nancy I-Iuclak, Dorothy Kiel,
Third Row: Nancy Brown, Amaryllis Nee, Nancy Kress,
Eleanore Martin, Mary Mudrak, Marlene Visokey, Lois Schu-
macher, Florence Cavanaugh.
Fourth Row: Mary Deley, Mary Ann Pisarcik, Donna Low-
rie, Anne Fuellenworth, Mary Lou Nist, Louise Loefller.
Mr. 6: Mrs. Aiello
Alpha Delta Sorority
Rev. Ioseph S. Altany
Mrs. I. A. Amrhein
Miss Dorothy Andrasko
Mr. Michael Andrasko
Mr. 81 Mrs. Iohn A. Aul
Avalon Gift Shop
Mr. S: Mrsi Ioseph Babjack
Mrs. Iosephine Baker
Miss Mary O. Baker
Mr. Iohn Bakos
Mr. Sz Mrs. Louis Baldasseri
Mrs. Mary Balicky
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. Ban
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Bankos
Rev. I. A. Baran
Mrs. T. Barry
Mr. 6: Mrs. L. I. Baviera
Mrs. Elizabeth Bednar
Mr. Stephen Bednar
Mr. at Mrs. N. Bednar
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. C. Belz
Mr. Sr Mrs. I. W. Benko
Mr. 5: Mrs. August Berie
Mr. Sc Mrs. Michael Bichey
Mrs. M. I. Bodnar
Mrs. Mary C. Booker
Dr. C. F. Boucek
Dr. F. C. Boucek
Miss Dorothy Breier
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Breier
Miss Betty Brindle
Mr. Sc Mrs. Henry I. Brooker
Mr. Sc Mrs. I. T. Brophy
Francis O. Brunner
Mr. 8: Mrs. I. A. Brunner
Mrs. Bertha Bumiller
Mrs. George Butler
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iames Callaghan
Miss Betty Capp
Raymond L. Capp
Miss Margaret L. Carlin
Mr. Sr Mrs. T. A. Carlin
Mrs. M. I. Cenkner
Mr, 8: Mrs. Anthony Cercone
George R. Chasarik
Mr. Sc Mrs. M. Chasarik
OUR 'k PATRONS
Mr. Sr Mrs. Michael Chervenak
Mr. Bc Mrs. Ioseph Cholko
Mrs. Elizabeth Chopko
Mr. Sr Mrs. Edward Chraska
Chuck and Reggie
Mr. Sz Mrs. C. T. Cirrincionc
Mr. Louis Ciz
Mr. 5: Mrs. Michael Cizik
Clare, Dorothy, Kathleen
Mr. 6: Mrs. G. P. Coffer
Mr. Sc Mrs. Ioseph Cokus
Mr. Sc Mrs. I. W. Collier
Mrs. Irene Connely
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry Constandy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Oscar Conti
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. P. Conway
Mary K. Conway
Mr. B: Mrs. Iames Coons
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Cosentino
Mrs. M. A. Cronin
H. B. Crumbaker, D.D.S.
Mr. at Mrs. Ioseph B. Cullina
Mrs. Iulia Dankovitch
Miss Olga Demchak
Mr. 6: Mrs. Peter Derbish
Mr. St Mrs. Ioseph DeTemple
Mr. 8: Mrs. David Dietz
Mr. at Mrs. Patsy Dinell
Mr. 8: Mrs. Quito I. Dinell
Mrs. M. P. Dixon
Mr. M. P. Dixon
Mr. George Dublino
Mr. 8: Mrs. Durick
Miss Anastasia Dvorsky
Mrs. Ann Early
Mr. at Mrs. Ioseph Evans
Rev. Albert Farina
Rev. Edward Farina
Rev. Ioseph Farina
Rev. Wilburt Farina
Mrs. S. C. Farris
Mr. 6: Mrs. Ioseph L. Fecheck
Mrs. Iulia Fedorski
Mr. Mike Fedorski
Mrs. Carolyn Feinaugle
Mr. Sz Mrs. Iohn B. Fetter
Mrs. Mary Flack
Mr. 6: Mrs. Harry Flinn
Mrs. Iosephine Foglio
n Patrick Foglio
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas Foley
Albert Foytik S Zfc
Mr. 6: Mrs. M. P. Frank
Mr. Clement Frijio
Miss Anna Frustaci
8: Mrs. Earl S. Frustaci
Miss Theresa Frustaci
8: Mrs. L. A. Galvin
Mrs. N. I. Gehringer
Miss Catherine Gerba
I. C. Gessler, Tailor 8: Cleaner
Mr. Iohn Giba
Mr. Sr Mrs. N. Giglio
Mr. 84 Mrs. S. Giglio
Mrs. Sam. Giglio
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gmitter
6: Mrs. Paul E. Gnipp
Mrs. Emily Groetzinger
s Catherine Grogan
Rev. Robert Hanicak
Mr. Charles I. Hannon
Mary Katherine Hannon
Betty Iane Harris
Harris Cigar Store
I. P. Harris
Mr. 6: Mrs. R. C. Harris
Mr. 8: Mrs. I-I. M. Hartigan
Mr. Sr Mrs. Leo Hendrick
Miss Mildred Herzer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Theodore Herzer
Sc Mrs. Ioseph Hesboliek
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. L. I-Ieyl
Mr. Sz Mrs. Iohn Hough
Mr. dr Mrs. Martin Howarth
Mr. 6: Mrs. Aloise Hrabak
e Marie Hrabak
Mr. Bc Mrs. I. I. Hudacin
Mr. 84 Mrs. Michael Hudak
George 6: Mary Iane Hurray
Miss Ann I-Iusava
Mrs. Iulia Husava
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles lrgang
Mrs. Iacob Iacko
Mr. Sr Mrs. George Iacobs
Mr. Tony Iames
The laces of these our baby sisters on the Mount still gleam
vith the joy and excitement ol' the clay when the school bell
ang lor them for the lirst time. lt was announcing the begin-
ming ol' a new experience -- School - at lastl They are a group
hat is energetic and willing to learn, lull olf enthusiasm for
'aeh class anal school project.
.First Row: lilaine Porter, Mary Lou Nigrelli, Patricia
aowrie, Susan Maxwell, Franny Di Pietro, Eilene Maxwell,
lose Marie Iournic. Annette Ferris, Mary Io Ferris, Roselea
,aborowski, Ianice Grimes, Susan liellner, Catherine Marhakg
St'l0lIIf1f01l'f Susan Sciulli, Marilyn Beslier, Theresa Shatn-
in, Clantlia Puellenworth, Kathleen Cusack, Dolores Miller,
Jatricia Gallagher, Blanche Keller, Mary Ann Lauko, Mary
Martha Zaborowski, Michaelene Di Pietro, Iuclith 1-Iaminerle,
Roberta Pierce, Susan Kingsfordg
Third Row: Joyce Ford, Helen Goessler, Mary Kennedy,
Sylvia Coons, Gloria Wanniger, Mary Grow, Helen Smith,
Adele Michel, Patricia Connell, Carolyn Matlon, Margaret
McMahon, Mary Io McMahon,
Fourth Row: Patricia Iorclon, Loretta Muller, Shirley
I-Iaselen, Carol Porter, Ioanne Ford, Maureen Brown. Alberta
Barnett, Barbara Eason, Patricia Gossard,
Fifth Row: lean Rufhng, Elizabeth Kress, Helen Delph,
Carol Bakos, Nancy Shade, Mary Ioyce Brown,
Top: Marlene Krumert.
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IIIIIIIIIIHPULIS EIIGRHIIIIIIJ IIIIIIIPHIIV IIIE
DFSIGIERS Ann sucnvenx or Ynnluuns Ann scnnm Punmclrv
-V , 4 f AW- -- - --,ef - H--
Mrs. I. Iurick
Miss Regina Iurick
Mrs. Theresa Kasborer
Mrs. Anthony Kascak
Mr. Sc Mrs. William Kaschak
Mrs. Anna Kasko
Mr. Ioseph Kasuba
Mrs. Iohn Katusin
Mr. Sz Mrs. I. C. Kaufman
Lt. Iohn Kaufman
Mrs. S. L. Keller
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iames Kelly
Mr. Sn Mrs. I-I. Kelly
Mrs. Margaret M. Kennedy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Brooks King
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iohn King
Kitty and Iimmy
Mr. at Mrs. Thomas Klimko
Miss Dorothy Knapp
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Knapp
Mr. 81 Mrs. Iohn Knapp
Mrs. Iosephine Kocis
L. Kolarich Market
OUR ir PATRONS
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Leitner
Mr. Sc Mrs. Ioseph Leterie
Mr. Ioseph M. Loebig
Iohn A. Loebig
Mrs. Mary Loebig
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. G. Loeffler
Mr. as Mrs. I-larry N. Logeman
Miss Betty Logeman
Mrs. Mary Loretta
Mr. 5: Mrs. George Lukach
Mr. St Mrs. George Lukas
Mr at Mrs. Martin Luther
Mr S: Mrs. A. Mager
Mr 6: Mrs. Mamros
Mr 8: Mrs. Ioseph Manzella
Mr S Mrs R. Marilak, Ir.
Miss Viola Marchionda
Mrs. Hazel Markovich
Mr. Sc Mrs. Bennett Marshall
. 6: Mrs.
E. I. Maser
Mr. ZS: Mrs.
Mr. Iohn Mazzarese
Miss Dorothy Kollar
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. Kontrik
Rev. Ioseph Kopecky
ts Mrs. Ioseph Kopp
Mr Sc Mrs. A. Korinsky
Mr 8: Mrs. Kovac
Mrs. Mary Kovac
Mr. St Mrs. M. Kovac
Miss Veronica Kovac
Mrs. George Kovalik
Rev. O. Kowalsky
Mr. Sz Mrs. I. I. Krall
Miss Ann C. Kralosky
Mr. Sz Mrs. Frank Kralosky
Mr. Sc Mrs. George Kreutzer
. 8: Mrs. W. Kubanic
. 8: Mrs. H. Kumancik
. 6: Mrs. I. Kuzma
St Mrs. Lawrence Lalama
Mr. 6: Mrs. Tony LaRock
Mr. Bt Mrs. Lascak
Miss Margaret Lascak
Mrs. Mary Lascak
SfSgt. Stephen I. Lascak
Miss Elizabeth Lauko
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Lefko
Mrs. Mary Lehman
Mrs. William McChesney
Mrs. Mayme McKenna
Mr. at Mrs. Edward McKenney
Miss Agnes Mihal
Mr. 8: Mrs. I. A. Mihal
Mr. sz Mrs. Chester E. Miller
Miss Betty Miller
Miss Mary Ann Miller
Mr. Paul Milligan
Mr. St Mrs. I. M. Minihane
Miss Margaret Miscuk
Dr. I. P. Monda, D.D.S.
Mr. Alexander Monuski
Mrs. Frances Monuski
Miss Genevieve Naczynski
Mr. dt Mrs. Iohn Naczynski
Mrs. F. A. Najeski
Mr. Albert Nenno
Mr. Daniel F. Nolan
Mr. St Mrs. I. Nolan
Mrs. L. Nolfe
North Side Floral Shoppe
Miss Helen Oberman
Mr. 8: Mrs. I-I. Obrycki
Mrs. Iohn L. Obusek
Miss Agnes O'Connell
Miss Iean O'Connell
Mrs. Susan Ogozala
Miss Marie O'I-Iara
Mrs. Mary Ondek
Miss Eleanor Palka
Paramount Shoe Service
Mr. Ioseph Parana
G. I. Paslian
Mrs. Stasia Piekarski
Mr. S. Pinello
Miss Rose Pitel
Mr. Sc Mrs. Stephen Pnakovich
Mrs. Anna Poklemba
Mr. St Mrs. Ioseph Poklemba
Mr. Charles Pollak
Mr. 5: Mrs. Iohn Pollock
Mrs. Iohn Potocki
Miss Rita Potts
Mr. 8: Mrs. I-Ierman Puglielli
Mrs. Mary Pugliese
Miss Theresa Radermacher
Mr. Sc Mrs. Iohn Rander
Mr. 251 Mrs. Ioseph Rander
Mrs. Mary Raus
Mrs. William Reed
Mr. Daniel Richards
Mrs. Theresa Rocietto
Mrs. George Rohal, Ir.
Mr. St Mrs. Leo Riordan
Mrs. Florence Rohm
Miss Harriet L. Rohm
Mr. 84 Mrs. E. N. Roos
Mr. Stephen I. Rozman
Mrs. Catherine Rozman
Margaret M. Rudzik
Mrs. Ioseph Rusovic
Miss Anna C. Sabol l
Mrs. Iohn Sabol, Ir.
Mrs. Mary Safa
Mr. 6: Mrs. I. Safcak
Mr. St Mrs. L. Salinetro
Mrs. Emma Semancik
Mr. Frank Semancik
Mr. dt Mrs. Iohn B. Shamlin
Mr. St Mrs. Michael Shelleby
Mr. Bt Mrs. Ioseph Shina
Miss Clara Shuba
Mrs. Marie Simmers
Mr. sz Mrs. Andrew Sinchak
Miss Iulia Sipos
Mrs. Mary Sipos
Mr. 6: Mrs. A. I. Sirianni
Mrs. Bess Sltelly
Mrs. Mary Skosnik
Mrs. M. Skratek
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iohn Slohodmk
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael Smoley
Mr. Iames Snyder
Miss Regina Sohczak
Miss Dorothy Solinsky
Mr. Sc Mrs. I. A. Solinsky
Mr. Ioseph F. Solinsky
Mrs. Mary Soltis
Mr. 8: Mrs. Michael Sorokac
Mr. Sz Mrs. Iacob Spisak
Mrs. Mary Stack
Dr. I. W. Stanger
Mr. 6: Mrs. Ioseph Stayduhar
Mr. 25: Mrs. P. G. Steenkist
Mr. Sr Mrs. Ioseph Stephany
Divine Redeemer School
St. Iohn the Baptist School
SS. Cyril 6: Methodius School
Boonton, N. I.
Sacred Heart School
Carteret, N. I.
SS. Cyril 8: Methodius School
Holy Rosary School
Clarksburg, W. Va.
SS. Cyril 81 Methodius School
Clifton, N. I.
St. Ann's School
GOD BLESS THEM
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Straka
Mr. 8: Mrs. Iohn Straka
Mr. Sc Mrs. Iohn P. Straka
Mr. Sr Mrs. Ioseph Straka
Mr. 6: Mrs. Ioseph P. Straka
Mr. 6: Mrs. Martin Straka
Mr. Philip Straka
Mr. Sr Mrs. VVilliam Straka
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ioseph Suchy
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Suliits
Miss Hilda Sukits
Mr. Sc Mrs. H. Sullivan
Mr. Sc Mrs. Iohn Swetonic
Mr. Sc Mrs. Anthony Szykowny
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. V. Taylor
Mrs. C. Tevis
Mrs. Salvator Timpani
Miss Iulia Timpani
Mr. dr Mrs. O. R. Tock
Mr. Sc Mrs. Vincent Tucerri
Mr. Sz Mrs. Iohn Uhrin
United Steelworkers of Am., Dist. 17
Mr. Andrew Vavrek
Mrs. George Vavrek
Mrs. Iohn Vavrek
Mrs. Mary Vavrek
TO MAA GRADUATES - CONGRATULATIONS
AND BEST WISHES
Holy Family School
St. Ann's School
St. Thereszfs School
Iersey City, N. I.
St. Mary's School
St. Mark's School
McKees Rocks, Pa.
Our Lady of Consola
Blessed Virgin School
St. Peter's School
Anna M. Veseleni
Miss Nancy Viti
Mrs. Marie Vogel
Mary C. Vogel
Mr. Sr Mrs. Iohn Vojtecky
Mr. Sc Mrs. Ioseph Vojtecky
Mr. R Mrs. Iulius Vrsansl-cy
Mr. Sc Mrs. Richard B. Walker
Mr. 8: Mrs. Lawrence Walsh
Miss Louella Wassermann
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. T. Weaver
Mrs. Anna Wetzel
Mrs. C. R. VVilliams
Mr. YV. H. Williams
Mrs. Richard Winkler
Mr. 6: Mrs. Henry Wisniewslci
Dr. R. F. Wivell
Mrs. Catherine Woods
Mr. Iames C. Woods
Ioseph M. Wright
Mr. Sc Mrs. V. Yantschik
Youug's Card Shoppe
Mrs. Iosephine Zawoyski
Mr. Charles Zello
St. Michaelis School
New Castle, Pa.
SS. Peter St Paul School
Philipsburg, N. I.
St. GalJriel's School
N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
St. Francis Retreat House
Immaculate Conception School
St. Clair, Pa.
St. Stephen's School
tion School St. Clement's School
St. Anthony's School
Seraphic: Mass Association
ST. AUGUSTINE MONASTERY
220 Thirty-Seventh Street Pittsburgh 1, Pa,
Fr. Cecil, O. F. M. Cap. Schenley 4363-4364
F ANNINGS DRUG STORE
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED
uwnnu i Ununuuuv
N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
THE ANNUAL STAFF
EXTENDS TO ALL i
IN ANY WAY MADE
The Original Wonder Bakers
Wonder and Wabash Streets
Pittsburgh 20, Pa.
Bacha Funeral Home
Dr. John P. Monda, D.D.S
534 Lincoln Avenue
Linden 7532 Suburban Bldg.
BOWL ALL SUMMER
grannan A parg lgaface
1124 Charticrs Ave. McKees Rocks, Pa.
Dancing in Our Grill - Orchestra Every Nite
Phone FEderal 1888
prouidion 8' ,Dueling Co.
DIVISION OF ARMOUR and CO.
Pittsburgh 30, Pennsylvania
1261 Columbus Avenue
N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Saint Elizabeth's Parish
1620 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, Penna.
The Oldest Slovak Parish in Pittsburgh
Rev. Ioseph A. Gajdosik, pastor
The Mothers Club
E1 ghth Aveune Hotel
Mrs. I. Swetonic .. ......,..4. President
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Mrs. M. Krall .....,....,,. ,.,.,....... V 1ce-Presrclent
Mrs. R. Harris , ,....,..... Secretary I-Iomcstcacl, Pa.
BEST OF LUCK
Avalon Bank to the
Avalon, Pa. f
The Thomas Family
BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES
THE BELLEVUE SAVING AND
TRUST COMPANY of
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue, Penn.
M O R C' A N ' S SUPERIOR MARKET
CLEANERS and DYERS MEAT and GRQCERIES
MODERN COLD STORAGE
1533 Superior Avenue
RUGS and UPHOLSTERY CLEANED
IOHN FABIAN, Prop.
Meade and Monroe Avenues
OWEN'S DRESS SI-IOPPE
BISHOP SHOE CO- 538 Lincoln Avenue
Phone - Linden 7702
Bellevue, Penna. BEST OF LUCK
MILLINERY - DRESSES and COATS
LINCOLN PHARMACY AVALON PHARMACY
Balph Ave. at Lincoln JOHN C' CAMPBELL, Prop.
Li 1100 Bellevue, Pa.
606 California Avenue
Formerly Denlows Pharmacy
WHERE QUALITY and SERVICE MEAN Avalon, Palma'
SOMETHING BEST OF LUCK
Bastian Bros. Co.
Rochester, New York
DESIGNERS AND PRODUCERS OF
CLASS RINGS COMMENCEMENT ANNUUNCEMENTS
C. E. McDonald, District Manager
920 Investment Bldg.
239 Fourth Ave.
Pittsburgh 22, Penna.
REVEREND PAUL M. PEKARIK
ST. Ann's Church
REVEREND G. NOVOROLSKY
Reverend CLEMENT HRTANEK
St. Peter s
Saint Ann's Church
R. C. Church
22 State Street
REDSI-IAW MEN'S WEAR Goon WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
ARROW SHIRTS - FLORSHEIM SHOES
AUERBACI-I FURNITURE CO.
Cor. Beaver Avenue and Nixon Street
555 Lincoln Avenue Bellevue, Pa.
Linden 4154 Ce. 5547 Open Evenings
W. H. WIHIHMS
BUILDING and LUMBER MILLWORK
Island and Preble Avenue
BEST OP LUCK
TI-IE SENI ORS
GEORGE F. BRUNNER
JUSTICE OF PEACE
WEST PARK BOTTLING WORKS
1119 Ninth Street, McKees Rocks, Pa.
MARSHALL AVENUE CAFE
1418 Marshal Avenue, N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
KUDLAC BROS. Ce. 9335
THIRD ORDER OF ST. FRANCIS
A LAYMAN'S oRDER Fon ALL
FATHER RUPERT CLAID, Director
FATHER BERTIN ROLL, Assistant
220 Thirty-Seventh St. Pittsburgh, Pa.
FASHION DRESS SHOP
TO THE GRADUATES
LANDSGAPING and GARDENING
2207 Imperial street
0 I M o R T 1 M E R 5
BETCHER FUNERAL HOME
IEWELRY AND GIFT
545 Lincoln Avenue
220 - 37th St. Pittsburgh 1, Pa.
The Archconfraternity fosters the home education
of children h ' ' ' '
toget er with the ideals ot Catholic
womanhood, Wifehood, and motherhood.
"DANCE WITH DELIGI-IT, T
O MUSIC BY KNIGHT
AND I-IIS ORCHESTRA
Daniel I. Ponteri, Mgr.
Linden 2408 Superior Avenue
August A. Borza
CHAPEL and AUTO SERVICE
2439 California A
ve. N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
eg' ja Wayne!
The Day You've Been Waiting For . . .
Your high school education is over, and now it's either college or business . . .
Boggs and Buhl, the store that has watched you grow up congratulates you, and
wishes you the very best of luck. We've seen you go from our infants' department
to our children's department . . . and from there to our Teen-age department.
Boggs 8: Buhl is looking forward to serving you when you shop in our menis and
women's departments, when you buy your own furniture and household accessories.
Seeing that you get the linest merchandise available is our chief responsibility.
We're proud of that responsibility because we're proud of you . . . You're the people
who are going to run this post-war world everyone talks about! We know you'll
do a good job . . .
BOG S 84 HL
77 YEARS GF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
Mrs. Rose Frustzrci
CALL FEDERAL 3300 FOR
S T E E L
Steel Products Company
PITTSBURGI-PS LARGEST INDEPENDENT
IRON AND STEEL WAREHOUSE
200 Bradley Street
McKees Rocks, Pa.
OF AMERICA ii 965
C. C. CLAIR
O P T I C I A N
5126 Ienkins Arcade - Pittsburgh, Pa.
Offrce: Atlantic 7406 l Res.: Vlfellington 0101-R
Sewickley OEICC Sewickley 2260
409 Lincoln Avenue
Sewickley Valley Trust Bldg Monday Sr Wed. Evenings Bgllgvug, Pa,
HEVHHNH EEHHEE MHlINHK
PASTOR OF SAINT GABRIEIQS PARISH
Underwood Typewriter Representative
PEnhurst 5222 or ATlantic 6780
GUY FUSCO TRANSFER
1315 - 4th Avenue
COAL - COKE
USED BUILDING MATERIAL
Telephone: Flideral 2370
i IJIAMONDS, WATCHES AND IEWELRY
p COMPLIMENTS 'A'
HARRY T. CLUTTER Ir.
534 Chartiers Avenue
McKees Rocks, Pa.
317 Helen Street McKees Rocks, Pa.
Telephone: FE. 5556
220 Bell Avenue
McKees Rocks, Pa.
North Boro's Floor Covering Co.
17 West Park Way
N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
429 Lincoln Ave. Bellevue, Pa.
Rev. STEPHEN IVIEKO
AND THE SISTERS
OF HOLY FAMILY PARISH
2627 Shzlclclantl Avc. N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa. Erie, Pennsylvania
Dr. A. SILENSKY STEPHEN SEDLOCK
Barncsboro, Penna. Barncsboro, Penna. I
TO TI-IE SENIOR CLASS O
BRYANT FRUIT STORE
EAST LIBERTY, PA.
TI-IE BRYANT IVIEAT MARKET BRYANT DRUG STORE
EAST LIBERTY, PA. EAST LIBERTY
MICHAEL ZUGELL HATTMAN'S MILK
DRY GOODS, GENTS FURNISHINGS Sc SHOES PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS
5117 Butler Street 610-612 Island Avenue McKees Rocks, Pa
Pittsburgh 1, Pennsylvania Flideffll 0322
BELLEVUE CHOCOLATE SI-IOP
567 Lincoln Avenue
LOEFFLER S CAF E
Corner of East Ohio and Middle Sts.
KLEINER MEYER O ' 5 H E A
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR, ETC.
t ALL THE COMFORT OF YOUR
STEPHEN :Sc CO. i
207 E. Ohio St.
Jos. H. vooEL sf soN MAYNE MCKEE
Phone: Llnclen 1042 Open 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Evenings - Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
lVIARY'S BEAUTY SALON
MARY and SUE MocH1o
A. SANGUIGNI SONS CO.
SPECIALIZINC IN PERMANENT WAVING
C. F. SANGUIGNI, President
AND I-IAIR STYLED TO SUIT YOUR PERSONALITY
3035 Brighton Road Pittsburgh 12, Pa.
3304 Brighton Road N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
IVIATI-IER JEWELRY STORE
REDUCED RATES TO CAREFUL OWNERS
573 Lincoln Avenue, Bellevue, Pa.
Linden 3242 3128 Brighton Road
FOR BETTER FURNITURE
3501-3503 Butler Street
imma sumnlcy 077950780
816-818 Federal Street
Phone Fairfax 2046
Bellevue Electric and Radio Company
527 Lincoln Avenue
Linden 6660 Bellevue, Pa.
FRIGIDAIRE, GENERAL, WESTINGHOUSE, BENDIX
PHILCO, REA, ENITI-1, STROMBERG-CARLSON,
MAGIC-CHEF, THOR, EASY, AND OTHERS
Stephen J. Schuljak
PLUMBING AND HEATING ENGINEER
3127 Brighton Road
CONGRATULATIONS MANDL' 5 BAKERY
A 630 California Avenue
l'tll'lCl:5Cd,l'l Jafhefd JOHN SEXTGN at CO.
MFG. WHOLE GROCERIES
232 S. Home Avenue
Pittsburgh 2, Pa. Sexton Square,
225-227 Federal Street
COOKUI-IN TEA ROOM
560 Lincoln Avenue
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bellevue, Penna. ,k
Iuniper 0764 529 Lincoln Avenue,
Pharmaceuticals Physicians Supplies
THE-CHOICE-OF-DISCRIMINATING SENIORS Biologicals
L P R1 N T C R A F T THE CRAIG PHARMACY
Distinctive Graduation-Name-Cards PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Printcraft - Card - Co.
B. L. Craig, Phg. 174 Lincoln Ave
SAINTS CYRIL AND METHODIUS
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
BEST OF LUCK
llllll IIHIIH SIHHI
DRUGS AT CUT RATES
510 Lincoln Avenue at Balph
CONGRATULATIONS WILLIAM J. STROYNE
f CHOICE HOME DRESSED MEATS
ST. MARKS SCHOOL
MCKEES ROCKS, PA.
1931 Beaver Ave. Cedar
Congratulations and Best Wishes
1200 Allegheny Avenue ---- Cedar 4475
MARSI-I'S DAIRY STORE
1214 Woodlarld Avenue
N. S. Pittsburgh, Penna.
F. C. I-IINKEL 6: BROS.
1.812 Beaver Avenue
Bellevue, Penua. We. 2100 N. S. Pittsburgh, Penna.
Of DE soTo - PLYMOUTH
A FRIEND Bellevue Rozul Linden 6700
GRESS MEAT MARKET
N. 5. RECREATION CENTER COMPUMENTS
B O W L I N G
MICHAEL GILLESPIE, Prop.
10 Good Alleys
JUNIOR RESIDENT STUDENTS
100 Ella Street
MeKees Rocks, Pa.
KANAI FUNERAL HOME
300 Helen Street McKees Rocks
2838 Preble Avenue, North Side
500 Greenfield Avenue, Greenfield
1200 Wootllzmtl Avenue
MEATS, GROCERIES, and POULTRY
Pittsburgh 12, Pennu. 2822 California Avenue N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
S. M. BASSICK COMPLIMENTS
COFFEES, TEAS, GROCERIES of
GEREGACI-l'S GROCERY STORE
537 Tripoli Street, Cor. Middle Street
N. S. Pittsburgh 12, Pa. 301 Shingiss Street MeKees Rocks, Pa.
SUZAN COTTON SHOP Phone: Phone:
- 713 E. Ohio Street FEden1l 2272 HOmesteat.l 1259
N. S' 1,ittSbm.gh, Pa, BRASZO FUNERAL HOME
f 310 Ella St. 430 Eighth Ave.
MeKees Rocks, Pa. Homestead, Pa.
Ph0HC1C1'3df1f6151 COLONIAL BISCUIT COMPANY
EDWARD W- CLARTY DIV. OF UNITED BISCUIT Co. OF AMERICA
1801 Forbes Street
I 1305 Allegheny Avenue N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.
TI-IE MAI-IAN 6: WRIGHT STUDIOS
PORTRAIT - COMMERCIAL - PHOTOGRAPHY
PASTEURIZED IVIILK AND CREAM
Phone: FEderal 0731
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
First Floor McKees Rocks Trust Co. Bldg.
lien Avon, Pa. Phone Linden 2700
606 Chartiers Avenue McKees Rocks, Pa.
Mrs. ANNA MILLER'S COMPUMENTS
ST. IVIARICS SODALITY
3000 California Avenue
North Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. McKees Rocks, Pa.
WOMAN'S BENEFIT ASSOCIATIO
COMPLIMENTS REVIEW get 118
Alice Webefs Card Party
Mrs. BETTY WEBER - Hostess
MARY W IESNESKI
Meats and Groceries
61 McKinney Avenue McKccs Rocks
B A L O B E C K
MOUNT ASSISI ACADEMY
BOGGS 6: BUHL
Blessecl Virgin Mary Parish
T Reverend Michael P. Begany, Pastor
Reverend Ioseph F. Gasho, Assistant
Delicious and Nutritious
342 KHMOAC .NOIYLO JOUFHGI
"The National Vain' of Catholic' Women"
220-37th Street Pittsburgh l, Pa.
ST. GABRIEUS SCHOOL
N. S. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Latest Records Learn Now
Foreign Sc Popular To Play A
wk Musical Instrument
I Private Lessons
t fWl1CH Availablcj
Combination Call for
cWl1Cll Avnilablcj Appointment
Vcroncsi Music Store
3424 Butler Street Sc. 6160 Pittsburgh l, Pa.
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